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Baseball, Racing, Boxing JEFFRIES MAKES TRIP DOWN TUN Passes Half a Day at His Spring Street Cafe, Where Many Call Upon Him CONDITION WORRIES FRIENDS All Convinced Something Radi cally Wrong, but None Can Explain What it Is JAY DAVIDSON Jeffries came down town yesterday forenoon and remained at his Spring street cafe for several hours, being the object upon Which hundreds of eyes ■were trained during his stay. He was accompanied by Jack Kipper, Jack Jeffries, Bob Vernon and John Brink and seemed to enjoy being back among his friends again. Nothing In the nature of fight talk was attempted by any of those who called upon him dur ing the day and he never once broached the subject. Those who called were pleased to note that he bore no marks of his fups with John son, but all were worried because he still seems to be suffering from the effects of some drug or other thing that makes it difficult for him to re call with any readiness events In the past with which he bhoulil be perfect ly familiar. This was illustrated In a striking manner when the name of a local business man, with whom Jef fries has been intimately associated for several years, was mentioned. He inquired in a bewildered manner re garding this friend and as to his pres ent whereabouts and line of business. This was only one instance that in dicated that the big boy stil! is suf fering -with something more than nervous prostration. There was none among those who paw him yesterday who did not leave fully convinced tliat Jeff either was "doped" and still is suffering from the effects of the drug or that he has ex perienced a complete nervous break down. Even in his unsteady walk one finds proof that something radically wrong is affecting him and only oc casionally did he brighten up and talk and act like the old happy Jeffries of other days. His friends looked after him with the same solicitude they would extend to a child, guarding him against the intrusion of undesirables nnd the thoughtless friend who might desire to talk of the fight. When they decided it was time for him to return home, rather than remain down town and take any riska of further worries and too much annoyance, he refused to go home and it was with difficulty and only after much persuasion that he finally was induced to get in the automobile and ride to his Cypress avenue home. Jeff Is taking a rest now and has postponed his trip to Catalina until Friday or Saturday. He pfans to put In several days there find then return here and go for a long hunting trip to the. mountains. He diacuised several places where he would like, to try his Fkill again with the rifie In search of big game, but came to no definite con clusion in that regard and will not know just where lie will go until he gets back from Catalina. It is believed that this long trip to the mountain.; ■will aid materially in restoring him to good health and condition, and a few good friends are planning to make the trip with him. Talk of a return match vith Johnson has been silenced until after he returns from this hunting trip, ■when his condition at that time will govern entirely In tho decision in favor of or against a return match. Jeff Is known to want the return match, and if he returns from the mountains in Rood health and spirits and then wants to try it over with the negro he prob ably will bi> able to induce or force Johnson to give him another chance. If it is true, as many contend, that Jeff Is suffering from a nervous break down, inst'M'l of being affected by the action of a powerful drug, the lonl- and enjoyment he Will get out of tho hunting trip should restore his he:: Ith and spirits. If it is the effects of a drug that in causing him t« 1 act so pe culiarly, it will be a long time before he recovers fully, and fears are cx i - d that a drug that would affect him so long after its administration may have more permanent effect In \inaVrmining his strong constitution and impair his genera! health, \\ I ttt ever It may be should be determined coon, anyway not longer than his re turn from the mountain hunting trip. And when he doea fully recover both :i and spirits it will be Inter* to hear him talk about the tight and Klve jii a own opinion as to the cause for liis poor showing against the negro. CHICAGO GOLFERS BELIEVE THEY HAVE BEST QUARTET NEW YORK, July 12.—With the In timation that Chicago has the best quartei of amati Ul the coun try, if not the ' . ical pa per wants them to challenge the world to a match. ag the re cent work of the Chicago golfers the article conclud "Chicago undoubl a great four in Evans, in, Beckel and Gardner, it Id to the snap of the national tournament it' ild challenge infor jnully tc-ains of 1 r from uny oth'?r city In the world, To Rive everybody a Bhow for a I lon »t Brookline, to be determined by the ■cores of the qualifying rounds." Y. M. C. A. CUTS OUT ALL OUTSIDE COMPETITION CHICAGO, July 12.—Adopting a new policy, the Central Y. at, c '■ l hereafter take no part In i ut; ■ ■.■ ath letic competition of any sort. [1 for a curtailment In all branches of ■port and membnrs no longer will be allowed to compete under the ntral association, proved unpopular with almo i nthletie crew, for with f< w I tinns they sought new homes, while others will compete unattached. The policy does nol mean thai athletics v. ill 'i a abandoned • lUlrely, bu( after will l»' confined to rivalry among the different classes of the organiza tion. HERALD SPORTING PAGE Rialto Gossip Baseball will be resumed at the Chutes this afternoon, when Vernon and Los Angeles will hook up in an other seven-game series that will ex tend until next Monday afternoon, and unleu they see-saw and hold each other at a standstill one of them will be on the top rung within a week and the other Is apt to be doing a desperate life and death stunt with Sacramento to keep out of the basement. Two whole days without baseball has whetted the appetite of the fans, and there should be an extraordinary crowd at the grounds this afternoon to see the start. Hogan and his scrappy bunch got in yesterday from Portland and not ohly are ready and anxious for the engagement with their natural rivals, but believe they will put the kibosh on to Dillon and Berry's hopes for llrst plnee In the immediate future. Oakland won yesterday, while the local teams were standing still, and drew away from a tie with Vernon for fourth place to a tie with the Angels for thirc. place. Sacramento pulled the Seals a bit (loser by beating them yesterday, and the way the Senators are going now 1 makes it rather certain that the Seals will not do much advancing during the week. All this rends good to local fans, because either of the lucai teams can go to the top this week. Carson or Hrnsllng will twirl for the Villagers this nfternoon and Thorsen or Tozer will heave for the Angels. A scrappy and most exciting game is looked for, and the rivalry that exists between them teams and their factions among the fans should make it a most lively session. Another pleasing bit of news for tho fans is the announcement that Eugene MeOree.vy will be the main guy on tho indicator Job during this series. Van Haltren has emigrated to Frisco, thank good new, and either Finney or Hilde hrand will come south to help Mc- Greevy whenever the double umpire system is used here. McGreevy and Hildebrand are very popular with the fans because they are competent um pire.-, quick In making decisions and absolutely fair nnd impartial in their work. They ne\-er have any trouble with the fans because they know their duties and perform them well, without fear or favor. It Is unfortunate that there are not more of their kind In the Coast league. If the league magnates would adopt the double umpire system and put Jimmle Toman to work there would be little or no trouble, between the fans and the umpires, and It is hoped that this will be done before the season is much older. The league race is entirely too close to do any experi menting with Incompetents or to at tempt to work only one umpire In each game. It Is unfair to all the teani3 and will do niuih to keep the attend ance far below their proper size. Adolph P.erker and Billy Dreyfus ar rived yesterday from Frisco by boat ami put in a few hours along the Rialto in renewing acquaintances. Dreyfusa probably will remain long enough to give Claude Welker a chancu to take his annual vacation, while Adolph will look after business in terests here for a few days and then return home. Billy looks almost as good ns ever, although he has re modeled his front porch to some ex tent since going north and finds it no trouble now to see his feet when ho takes the trouble to look for them. Enrique Robles, the Spanish torea dor who is to reopen the bull-fighting game Sunday at Pia Juana, left for San Diego last night to perfect ar rangements for the big fight he will pull off just across the border Sunday afternoon. He promises to furnish the sports who attend his show with the FOUR BASES ON BALLS THROW GAME TO OAKS Krapp Walks Four Commuters After One Man Is on Cush ion, Forcing in Two PORTLAND, July 12.—Oakland won the opening game of the series with Portland today in the seventh inning. The score was 2 to 0. Krapp' had been pitching a steady game, allowing only one hit to each inning and an occa sional base on balls, which had no effect on the score. In the seventh, however, the Portland pitcher, with one man on base, lost control and walked four men, one right after the other. This forced in two runs, the only scoring of the day. Willis pitched a superb game, allowing but two lilts and one base on balls. He was accord ed perfect support. Score: OAKLAND AB It If SB TO A E Swandnr, rf 6 12 0 3 0 0 ilverton, 3b 3010030 Manrert, If 5 0 1 2 3 0 0 Cameron, 1b 2 1 0 0 11 1 0 Carroll, cf 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 Cutshaw, 2b 4 0 2 0 .1 3 0 Wares, fa 2 cl 0 cl 0 3 0 Mltze. c 2 0 10 3 0 0 Willis, p 4 0 0 0 110 Totals 31 2 8 2 27 11 0 PORTLAND An n H SBPOA f Ryan. If 4 0 '< 0 2 0 0 Olsen, us 4 0 0 '1 2 10 RRpps, lb 4 0 0 0 7 10 Fisher, 0 3 0 1 0 11 2 0 Casey. 2b 2 0 0 0 12 1 llptllliK, 3b 3 II 1 0 2 0 1 Spea», of 3 0 0 0 10 0 Ort, rf 3 0 0 0 10 0 Krapp, p 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 xMcCredle 10 0 0 0 0 0 Beaton, p 0 < 0 0 0 0 0 Totals "' 0 2 0 27 9 2 »Batted for Krapp In eighth. SCOTIE BY INNINGS Oakland 00000020 0,-i Base hits 11111110 1-8 Portland 00000000 o—o Base hits 00000011 o—2 SUMMARY Struck out— Krapp, 7: by Stilton, 1; by wills, 3. Bases on bull*—Off Krapp, 8; oft Willis, 1. Two-base Cutjihaw, Snander. ' Double play—Rapps to Casey. Sacrifice hits— Wolverton, Wares, lilt by pitcher—Wolverton, by Krapp. Passed ball—Fisher. First base on j ..rrcrs— Oakland, 1. Left on baa**—Oakland, 13; , Portland, 4. Innings pitched— Krapp, (-; Keaton, j 1. Ti.aan hlts-Kiapp 7. runs 1; Beaton, 1. Time of game—2. Umpires— Flnney anil Hlldabrand. WESTERN LEAGUE At Dei Molnes—Des Molnes, 2; T.tn roln, At Sioux City—Sioux City, 5; Oma ha, 3. At St. Joseph—St. Joseph, 13; To peka, 3. At Denver—Denver, 8; Wichita, L LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1910. highest class entertainment in that line ever pulled oft at Tla Jinina, hav ing shipped four bulls from the City of Mexico expressly for this show, as well as bringing along his favorite horse. Ha gives a Kuarnntee that the horse Will hot be injured during the battle. Special rates have been made for the round trip from Los Angeles, and he Is expecting a bljf attendance from this city. Hen Berry will attempt to enjoy himself at Catalina for four or live days while his Ansel band is playing its iinal series of the present at-home encasement and will return to Los Angeles the last of the week and go north with the team. He is so stuck up about the chances of the Angels to win the pennant that he cannot per suado. himself to iet them go away on a long playing trip without his en couraging presence, and he will make the two weeks' trip with them. While at Catalina he expects to do some deep pea fishing and annex a few buttons and other medals emblematic of his skill with rod and reel. Eddie Ryan writes from Wheeler Springs to Inform his Los Angeles friends that he is doing nicely and having a big tlmi. He incloses a photo of a. barbecue party at the springs and It Is r.o trouble at all to find Eddie next to the head of the table with both hands filled with bar becued meat. He says that the fellow who goes trout fishing and returns with less than the limit Is In disgrace thereafter, as the trout are biting line and are so plentiful that bait must be hidden in the bottom of tho boat to keep them from jumpbig into the cans. C. E. Harshbergrer, son of A. J. Harshberger, president of the Missouri society, has returned to Frisco after visiting his parents for a week. He is chief clerk in the medical depart ment of the war department offices at Frisco and has held this position for several years. Charles Gernghty, formerly a mem ber of the house of delegates at St. Louis and a prominent business man and sportsman of the Mound city, is passing a few days In sightseeing in Southern California while on his way home from Reno, where he attended the big fuss July 4. Geraghty is a prominent politician In Missouri and has some hopes of seeing boxing on a limited scale and horse racing with the pari-mutuel attachment revived In that state soon. He had a ringside seat at the fight and was one of those who assisted Jeff back in the ring when knocked out. Bob Vernon, known all over the United States as the Pommery kin* and a thoroughbred sportsman, lPft last nisht for New York after visiting with his friend. Jeffries, for several days. He came to Los Angeles with Jeff after the fight and remained until he saw that his big friend was nearly recovered from the »ffects of the fight and would have gone to Catalina with him but for demands of business that ma lie it necessary for him to return to New York. Vernon is a national fig ure in sporting circles and is deserved ly popular wherever known. The election yesterday of Garry Herrmann of the Cincinnati baseball club and member of the National Base* ball commission to be grand exalted ruler of the Elks was delightful news to Los Angeles Elks and sportsmen. Herrmann was a candidate for the office last year when the Elks held tlvir annual reunion here, but missed out by a narrow margin. He Is one of the most popular sportsmen In the country and the order will prosper under his leadership. SEALS LOSE GAME AND WANT IT THROWN OUT Van Haltren Gives as Much Satis faction in Frisco as He Did in Los Angeles SAN FRANCISCO, July 12.—Sacra mento hit the local pitchers hard to day and took the opening game here by a score of 8 to 5. Browning, late of the Detroit team, started in the box for San Francisco, but after ten hits had been made off him In seven innings he was withdrawn in favor of Stew art. Stewart lost strength In the ninth inning, allowing four hits. Shlnn was the star batter of the day, garnering four safe drives. Berry interfered with Perry, who was batting, In the ninth inning, and Umpire Van Haltren gave the latter a base. On account of this decision San Francisco protested the game. Score: SACRAMENTO All X H SB PO A E Shinn. 2b 5 2 4 0 3 6 0 Burns, ss 3 10 0 2 2 4 Perry, If 4 3 2 2 2 10 Danzlir, lb 3 1 1 0 11 1 0 Van Buren, cf 4 110 10 0 HrIBES, rf 5 0 10 4 0 0 Boardman, 3b 4 0 10 0 4 0 La Longe, o 5 0 3 0 3 2 0 Whalen, p 6 0 10 110 Total 38 S 15 2 27 17 4 SAN FRANCISCO AB R H SB PO A R Madden, cf 4 10 0 2 0 0 Mohler, 2b 3 10 0 4 3 0 Vltt, 3D 2 2 1114 0 Tcnnant, lb 3 1 1 0 11 11 Bodle, If 4 0 2 0 10 1 Melchoir, rf 4 0 10 10 0 I Berry, c 4 0 0 0 7 12 McArdte, as 3 0 0 0 0 10 Browning, P 3 0 10 0 3 1 Stewart, p 10 10 0 2 0 Shaw* 1 J> 2 1 _0 - - Total 52 6 7 1 27 15 5 1 •Shaw batted for Mohlor In ninth Inning. SCORE BY INNINGS Sacramento 0 1300020 2-8 Base hits 1 13110323-i; San Francisco 2 02000100—6 Base hits » 1300000 1-7 SUMMARY Six runs and ten hits off" Browning In seven Innings. Sacrifice —Tennant. Home run—Tennant. Two-base hits—Bodle, Vltt, Danzig. Sacrifice hiu— Burns 2. Van Buren, Vltl Danzig. Bases on balls— Browning 1, Whalen 4. Struck out—By Browning 2, Whale n 2, Stewart I. Double plays— to Shinn to LaLonga; tihlnn to Burns. Time at game—l:4s. Umpire—Van Haltren. WHITNEY WINS TWO STAKES NEWMARKET, England, July 12.— Harry Payne Whitney's Newcastle It today won tin' Beaufort stake, welter handicap, of 10 sovereigns each, with 300 sovereigns added. Thirteen horars started. The Springhalt plato of 200 sovereigns, seven furlongs, was won by Mr. Whieuey's Hillside XII. ENTRIES ARE LARGE IN ANNUAL GOLF PLAY Western Amateur Championship Event Attracts Entrants from Several States CHICAGO, July Many entries for the western amateur golf champion ship, which will be held at the Mlnl kahda club, Minneapolis, Minn., the, week beginning July 25, are being re ceived by Secretary Charles E. WIN lard of the Western Golf association at his Chicago office. The entries close on July 18. Among those who already have entered are Robert R. Gardner, national amateur champion, and Charles Evans, Jr., the western title holder. The Southern. Trans-Mlsslsslppl, Minnesota, lowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Colorado, Missouri and the Western as sociation will be represented by teams in the Olympic cup contest. It la also possible that a California team will be In the play. The Western Golf asso ciation team will be composed of Charles Evans, Jr., captain; R. A. Gardner, national champion: Albert Seckel. Intercollegiate champion, and Paul Hunter, California champion. SALT LAKE RESULTS SALT LAKE CITY, July Pour favorites cashed today for their, back ers. The card was only an ordinary, one, but good fields faced the barrier In all the races. Results: First race, five furlongs, aelllnit-Lee'n Friar, 110 (Selden), won; Bessie C 107 (Callahan), second: Alata Ray, 107 (Pag*), third. Time. 102 4-6. Ellrabeth Daley. Albetto, Ravelston II and Captain Ned finished as named. Second race, mile. selltnir-Llvlus. 103 (Llnd hurst), won: Wicket. '■'- (Cotton), second: Jim Cafferata, 102 (C. Williams), third. Time. 1:13. Liberto. Wlneberry. Clgarllghter, Roy Shum way. Panthla, Swell Girl and Manila 8.. fin ished as named. Third race, mil. selllng-Mattle Mack, ■ 107 (Rettig), won; Mike Jordan, 109 (Vitn Dusen), second; Tugboat, 102 (C. Williams), third. Time. 1:43 4-8. , Misprison. Captain Burnett, Smiley Metzner, Proteus, Orilene and Camera finished as named. Fourth race, seven furlongs, selling— Charlie Doherty, 108 (Fischer), won: May Button. 103 (Smith), second: Emma 0., 107 <Vo»per), third. Time. l::s. .Nebuloßua, Hancock, Elder, Bon nie Prince Charlie. Bellflower,. Lord Bossing-^ ton and Cardinal Barto finished as named. ..,: Fifth race, five and one-half furlongs, sellln* -M*lton<tsle, 108 (Rettig). won; Sabado. sW (McCarthy), second; Burlelßh, ion (Otis), third. Time. 1:03 S-S. Reglna, Arl, Rosen. Sam Me- Olbben. Bay Garter, Caesar and Wanor fin ished as named. Sixth race, »lx furlongs. selling-Hidden Hand 111 (Rettlg). won; Warner Orlswell, 1"6 (Wrispen), second: Billy Myer, 111 (KirKch baum). third. Time, 1:16 2-5. St. Joe, Lady Adelaide. Minnie Bright, Dixie Dlxon and Oberon finished as named. SALT LAKE ENTRIES SALT LAKE CITY. July 12.—Entries for Wednesday, July lj. at b'uena Vista: First race, five furlongs, selling— *Tbor. 104 Hattie Dodson. Runauin, Hannah Lou ise Em and Em. 107; Bill Mai ham. Col bert. Jessup Burn, chief Desmond. Usurptf, Rube, 107, Del cruwdor. 113. , . ; . Second race, four and a .half furlongs — Louisa 8.. Abigail X., 105: Edmonti Adams. Twenty Hours, Othele, 107; Ed Levan, Little Friar. Abe Blupskey. 110. Third race, six furlongs, selling—Queen Full 94; Babe Neely. Tansy. '.«:■: Flying, 101: Brighton, 101; Tom Adams, 1031 Pat terson. 104; Miss Emerald. 106; Pilain, 104; Macall. Joe Woods. Cool, 100. Fourth race. six furlongs, handicap— Januellna, 90; Ballronla. 92; Ocean Queen, 97; Fernando, 100; Lena Lech, 101; Enfleld, 117. Fifth race, five furlongs, selling—Phos phorus Ormonde Cunningham, 93; Lawn dale Uelle, Gresham, 100; Queen of Low lands, Aquilene. Susie Gregg. 102; Chan ate, 98; Ilex. 105; Figent, Wistaria, 107; Burning Bush. 109. Sixth race. mile, Weymouth, 92; •Flora Riley, 98; Royal River, Convent Bell. 99- Qsßlnlan. 101: 'Duchess of Montebelle, 103; J. C. Clem, Oberon, Coppers, 103; Ak sar Ben. HO. >i . •Apprentice allowance. Clear; track ■ fast. • EMPIRE CITY RESULTS EMPIRE CITY RACE TRACK, July 12— Newcastle stable entry, Dan ger Mark and Royal Meteor, the lat ter an added starter, ran one, two In the Winged Foot handicap here today. The entry was odds-on in the betting. Results: First race, six furlongs-Little Rajah won, Aldlvla.eecond, The Haguo third; time 1:14 2-5. Second race, six furlongs—Galley Slave won. Ross Eaux second. Black Chief third; time 1:13 3-5. Third race, mile and twenty yards-Guy Fisher won, Star Bottle second. Cliffedge third; time 1:41 4-5. Fourth race, six furlongs-Danger Mark won, Royal Meteor second, Qulncy Belle third; time 1:13 3-5. Fifth race, six furlongs-Cherryola won, Marlgot second, Infatuation third; time 1:11 4-5. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth— won, Lad of Langdon second, Ardri third; I time 1:47 1-S. GREAT WESTERN CIRCUIT RACING POSTPONED ONE DAY TERRE HAUTE, Ind., July 12.— Races of the opening day of the Great Western circuit, to have been held here this afternoon, have been postponed on account of heavy rains. The meet now carries over until Saturday. STANDING OF THE CLUBS COAST LEAGUE San Francisco 60 47 .514 Portland SO ■*- -fi4^ I.op. Angeled 84 50 .510 Oakland 5* M •sl!* Vernon al 48 -"i 5 Sacramento 38 "3 Ml NATIONAL XEAGCB Club— Won, Lost. Pot. Chicago *•» 2« M» New York 4* ii -BUM I'ittiburK »3 Si .S3* CliKiimati 88 :!."» Mi I'liil.nldiilila M 3(1 .478 ! Brooklyn 3:! 39 .181 I St. l.ouli 81 « -4-5 Boston 89 *' •••• AMERICAN LEAGUE (lnl,_- Won. Lout. Pel. i Philadelphia <» 23 .681 | New York « M .Ml 'Boston 41 « B«; Ortrolt , •> 41 8S .53'J Vlevrland 31 M , .413 Washington S *» « ••'»' St. Loul« S3 48 ■•*" AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ( 1,,|,_ Won. I/««t. I'rt. MlnnrapolU «' 80 .««3 St. Paul 84 80 .843 Toledo « 37 .Jilt) Kannas City 3H 4J .475 Columbiu M ** '"- Milwaukee 3' 1* ♦« •*»' ln.ll»n«pollH 34 47 .420 LouUvlll 30 »2 .808 News of Amateur World Santa Monica has disbanded for the summer after one of the most suc cessful seasons any of the teams around the local camps can boast. Nine straight the beach boys have made It, and they have decided to quit the game while the change is good. They have had great success In all lines of the sport and the players will be seen on many of the local squads during the summer schedule. Ollnda Oil Well team has reorgan ized and is'after Sunday games. They will pay the expenses of local squads to the Fullerton diamond and show the boys a general good time. " TJw Verdugo park boys are out after nam«» and will play both Saturday ana Sunday ball. The railroads hnve promised free transportation from Olendale to Verdugo park for the play ers, and big crowds of the fans are expected at the summer schedule. The park Is one of the, most picturesque of the Southern California diamonds and the fans have a chance for a coun try excursion while they arc on their way to their favorite pastime. The Barker furniture team will spend Sat urday In a seance with the Vcrdugo players, and Sunday the Hyperions will be seen under the pepper trex-s. The Artesla team is enjoying a fine brand of success anil has prepared an excellent schedule for the ensuing few weeks. Tho Apex team of Los An geles will be the drawing card next Sunday, the Teddy Bears will be the opposing squad on the twenty-fourth, and the Pioneers will line up on the Artesian diamond August 7. Now that the leaffU"s arc so numer ous the "joiners" are havinpc the times of their lives. With the whole week full of league meetings tho players and managers have a strenuous time of It and the discussions sometimes are fast and furious nnd last Into the wee sma 1 hours. The Southern State meeting Is scheduled for this evening at 435 South Spring street: Thursday evening there will be two meetings, the Department Store talkfest at 435 South Spring, and the Sunday Morning league meeting at 447 East Third street; Friday evening' the Intercity will hold forth at the Walker theater building, nnd the pro tested games and protests of all kinds will be brought forward for considera tion. The Los Angeles Blue? will play the Soldiers' Home team at YVestßate Saturday afternoon. The Burk Athletics have disbanded and will not be in the .came apaln until fall. They have had too much success to satisfy their manager, and the principal reason ho gives for tho move is that there la so little chance to schedule a really classy contest among the Southern California teams. The Dromgolds will meet the Union ("ill team at Seventeenth and Mallard streets Saturday afternoon. Harry Bouett, formerly with the (inldsniith team, has signed with the Redondo squad and will be seen in ac tion next Sunday with the beach team. The Tenth Street Improvements will moet the Modern Woodmen Sunday morning at Sixth nnd Alexander streets. I.os Angeles and Moneta Merchants will have It out at the Forty-seventh and Moneta diamond Sunday after noon. The Teddy Bears and Sierra Madre clubs will "cross lints at the foothill ground! Sunday afternoon. Manager Woo of the, Fernando team would like to henr from the manager of tlic Pioneers for a Sunday game as soon as possible. The Lon* Beach Y. M. C. A. In to have n baseball team and it will prob ably be coached by the famous Occi dental athlete, Fred Thomson, from re- PRESIDENT LYNCH IS EXPERT ADJUDICATOR NEW YORK, July 12.—President Lynch of the National league in a de cision handed down today declare! against the New York club in the mut ter of a protested game with Boston on July 7, won by the latter 5 to 2. Before the game a time limit of 6:25 o'clock had been set to enable the Bos ton players to Catch a train. The score at the end of the seventh inning stood 5 to 2 in Boston's favor. In the first half of the eighth New York made six runs, which were not counted he cause Boston's half of tho innim? was not finished before the time limit ex pired. " , . Brooklyn loses In a decision handed down by Mr. Lynch covering a protest of the game on June 30, won by Now York 2 to 0. Brooklyn claimed that a hit by MeElveen, with a man on base, went into the stand and entitled him to a home run, whioh would have tied the score. President Lynch holds that the ball hit the Outride of the upper tier of boxes nnd bounded back into the playing field. Under the cir cumstances, the baseman was not en titled to a home run and the game stands. NATIONAL LEAGUE CINCINNATI, July 12.—Cincinnati won a 13-inning gunie from Brooklyn here today, Ito 0. Barger pitched magnificent ball, as difl also Gaspar and Heebe. Barger lost tho game in the thirteenth lnniner by lotting down and Klvintr two basea on balls. Those wore followed by Miller's hit that scored Paskert. Score: Brooklyn 0, hits 6. errors 1. I ineinnati 1. hits VI, errors 0. Hiittpriea—Bargcr and Erwln; Gas par, Becbe and McLean. Umpires, Klem und Kane. XT I-OUIS, July 12.—Boston won from' St. Louiß today in a 14-inning game 7 to 5. Four hits In thn ntntn evened the score for tho visitors and a triple by Graham and singles by Getn and Colllna won In the fourteenth. Score: Boston 7, hits 16, errors 2. St. I,ouis 5, hits 10, (Jirors 2. r. itteries—Curtis, Slattern und Gra harni Raleigh, Lush and Bresnahan, Thelps. UmplreH, Kason and Johngtone. PASADENAN GOES TO REDLANDS rum.anus. July Jl.—W. B. WlnUn, a Pan adcna bu Incn man and lieutenant or company I. ha» purcha«ed an Intertut In the Peterson. Mclntlro clothlnf store and moved to Realandj, to! ing up hl» work. Amateur Sports, Athletics ports around the Long Beach head quarters. The beach boys are arrang ing games with the Southern Califor nia associations and will start with a game with the local Y. M. C. A. nlno. Mullon and Hluett stars are putting up a classy brand of ball for the younste.r.l. They will be out of their class into the older runks before the season is over. The Orange. m;umger Is out with an offer of $15 for any of the local man agers who will put up a game with the Orange Stars next Saturday. The L. A. A. C. baseball tonm tian reorganised with William McClellun as the head of the squad and will soon be seen In .the Sunday amateur ranks. Montcbello has brought together an aggregation of ball tosaers and will be reudy for all comers at any time. Thoy will meet the local South End Merchant team at Montebello Sunday. They are anxious to secure more Sun day gamca. Cull F35M5. The South End Merchants, resplen dent in new uniforms of gray and orange, are after games among the local Independents and may join a league if they find an attractive berth. Call F3595. Roy Hoslctt of Echo playground fame returned from his honeymoon to San Diego yesterday and assumed his old place at the head of the play ground. Ho has purchased a bungalow In the western part of the city and expects to stay In this locality for some time to come. Directories will meet Redondo at Redondo next Sunday and the two teams expect to huve the bleachers crowded with enthusiastic fans to mark the reopening uf the park. Sierra Madre has made a fine record in the Sunday ball ranks and have ret to find a team to tako their scalps. Their record to date is as follows: Santa Monica 3, S. M. 16: Lacys 4, S M. 16; Thistles t, S. M. fi; Hlinns 0, B M 5; L A. Bricks 3, S .M. 4; Rem- Ingtor.B 2, S. M. 8. Pete Tucker, one of the foothill boys, has mado a great pitching record for himself in the lists of the Sierra Madre fans and will make a hard tight against Drown, the TCddy Bear twirler, next Sunday. James Lamar Moore, catcher for the Radium Springs team, will join the benedicts Saturday with a Colegrove maid for the managing side of the contest. The good wishes of all the local fans and players go with the couple. The complete schedule of the De partment Store league Is as follows. All games will be played on the Har vard Military academy diamond on Western avenue: July 16. Broadway vs. Blackstones, Boston vs. Bullocks; | July 23, Bullocks vs. Blackstones, Bos ton vs. Broadway; July 30. Broadway vs. Bullocks, Boston vs. Blackstones; August 6, Boston vs. Bullocks, Broad way vs. Blackstones; August 13, Bos ton vs. Broadway, Bullocks vs. Blaclt ■tonM; August 20, Boston vs. Black stones, Broadway vs. Bullocks; August 27. Broadway vs. Blackstoncs, Boston V«, Bullocks. j. . manager Valentin? of the Glendale team la rejuvenating his team and making changes by the dozen. He is at present looking for players and would like to hear from any of .the local men at room 21, Walker Theater building, ai soon as possible. A num ber of berths »re open for his Satur day club and the sooner the applica tions are in the better. Valentine has been having' a struggle to keep his diamond beauties together and at last decided to release the whole squad and put some real blood Into his lineup. Next Saturday'! lineup with the ma terial already on his list promises to be a great exhibition and the Valen tine nine will be f?olng up the league ladder in a hurry. 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Main 8447' CORBETT SAYS JEFF WAS ALL IN Tells of Incidents in the Dressing Room Few Minutes Before Big Boy Went in Ring NEVER SAW ANYTHING LIKE IT Worry Over Criticism of Fight by Governor, Among Other Things, Made Californian Collapse . TAHKOcliited Proas] NEW YORK, July 12.—Jim Corbett threw some Interesting side lights to day on the Jeffries-Johnson fight, de claring that Jeffries could have beaten a dozen Johnsons ' before July 4, but that worry over several things caused hig defeat. Corbett said Jeffries wor ried over the criticism of the fight by Governor Glllett; that he fretted con stantly over the news that his friends were betting all their money on him, and also the fact that Billy Delaney, his old manager, was going to aid Johnson. Corbett, speaking of the final rubdown before the fight, said: '■ ' "I've seen many a fellow who was all in before a. fight, but never one to com pare with Jeffries. We found our room all right and the big fellow stripped for a rubdown. Roger Cornell, the greatest rubber In the world and one. of the best Judges of condition, started In work over Jeffries as he, lay on the table. Jim was lying on his stomach. Suddenly I hoard a low sob from where I stood to one side. "It was Cornell. He realized that Jeffries was all In and It broke his honrt. I tapped him on thn shoulder, and as he looked up I shook my head and frowned at him. The tears were streaming down his cheeks and the muscles of his face were working con vulsively. But Jim did not heed any thing, and I doubt greatly that ho would have realised even had he looked around at the rubber." AMERICAN LEAGUE NEW YORK, July 12.—Though out battod, New York defeated Chicago, 4 to 3, in a gamp featured by Wolters' hitting. The New York right fielder made two singles and two triples and drove in the deciding run. Score: Chicago 3, hits 11, errors 0. Now York 4, hits 7, errors 0. Batteries-Kcott and Sullivan; War hop and Sweeney. BOSTON, July 12.—Oft three Cleve land pitchers Boston hammered out fifteen lilts and made 17 runs today. while the visitors could secure but 5 runs. Cleveland played a ragged field ing game. Score: ■■..-. -> ifntuoTS Cleveland 5, hits 12, error*. 5.,-■• •. i*p Boston 17. hits 15, errors 2. Butteries—Falkenberg, Mitchell, Do rane and Bomls. Easterly; Clcotto, Ma honey and Carrigan, Madden. PHILADKLPHIA, July 12. — Poor pitching by the Dptrolt twlrlor enabled Philadelphia to make it four straight over their opponents. Cobb failed to arrive on tho grounds until the thlnl Inning, and Manager Jennings declined to discuss the reasons for his late ar rival. Pitcher Bender of Philadelphia is confined to his homo with an attack of stomach troubles and a heavy cold. Score: Detroit 4, hits 8, errors 1. Philadelphia 6. hits ft, errors 1. Batteries—Works, Stroud, Pernoll and Schmitt; Coombs and Lapp. WASHINGTON, July 12.—Washing ton and St. Louis today battled to a tie, 4 to 4, the game being called on account of darkness in the first part of the ninth after being interrupted twice by rain. Score: Washington 4, hits 6, errors 1. St. Louis 4, hits 6, errors 3. Batteries —Johnson and Street; Crouch and Allen. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Louisville—First same: Ix>u!s villo 7, Toledo 6. Second frame: To ledo 0 Louisville 0. Called at th« end o fthe sixth inning to allow Toledo to catch train. At Kansas City—St. Paul 11, Kansas City 1. Game called at the end of the seventh inning to allow St. Paul to catch train. At Milwaukee— Minneapolis-Milwau kee game postponed; rain. At Indianapolis—lndianapolis-Colum bus gamo postponed; rain.