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Baseball, Racing, Boxing VILLAGERS POUND THORSEN IN FINAL GAME OF SERIES AND DEFEAT ANGELS Big Fellow Leaves Winning Stock in Trade at Club House, and Hogan's Pets Meet His Curves In Many Instances-Brashear Brothers Start Trouble Which Leaves Berry's Hirelings in the Lurch and Deprives Them of Chance to Grab the Seals Before Beginning Away-from-Home Expedi tion, Which Begins Today—A^ Fans Expectant Whatever Bull Thorsen uses when he puts over hi* v-inning games the iii boy loft In the clubhouse yesterday when he mounted the hill to Villagers in the final game of the Vernon-Angela series. Horn's pets garnered ten nice swats off Bull's de livery, and while they netted but three runs the luck broke Wrong for the suburbanites or there would have beer more work for the score boy out In midfleld. The Angels' record for cross ing the r-'ln amounted to nothing but nothinpr, and it was only In rare in stances they even threatened enough tc scare the opposition. Herr Scbafer, heaving for Mister Hogan, was very stingy in giving opposing batsmen curves that they could reach, and the four hits he allowed were productive of nary a tally. After Vernon, going through tho first inning with Kitty Brashear failing to land on second with a long enough hit to get there walking, opened the soc ond inning with some real fireworks, Hen Berry boffan to lidget around in the press box and say something about luck. But the cheerful cherub perked up when Roy Brashear and Coy were doubled and the side was -etired with out getting a man to third. i BrwIMAT Brothers and Company, the company represented by Coy, gave lion heart failure in the fourth spasm when the real show came off. Btovall was the first up at the opening of the heat and was retired on a fly to Pete Daley. Kitty Brashear repeated his batting of the previous effort and rapped the sphere on the nose to center, the leather traveling well out Into the garden. Kit again did the fee wagon act and would have been nailed at second on Daley's retrieve had not Howard fumbled the throw-in and given the big boy a chance to rest at the middle pillow. The other member uf the Brashear family, Roy, came to the front with a long single to center, sending Norman home with tally the first. Roy landed on second while Daley was chasing the ball out toward the fence, and Coy came to the rescue to get him home with a neat single to left. It looked like another might be added to the string when Coy, who had gone to second on the throw-in to try for Brashear at the plate, ambled over to third on Burrell's out. But there he died, for the best Lindsay got was a chance to see Waring nail his high foul. The eighth round was another busy period for the Villagers, but it was through no fault of theirs that the third tally was chalked up on their Bheet. Carlisle led of£ with ar. infield single that might have been called an error on Howard's part had the scorer been so inclined, and wandered on a peg when Stovall grounded out to Wheeler. Norman Brashear drove to Roth and two Villagers were on the bags because of failure of the fielder's choice to do any damage. Roy Brash ear's effort was well meant, but Koth ■was there like a big leaguer and threw the sticker out at first, Carlisle being, kept at third and Kitty being allowed to advance to second. Coy walked, tilling the bags, and Just to show how generous he was Thorsen gave Burroll four wide ones, forcing Carlisle home for a bell-ringer. Lindsay was not there with the necessary clubbing and ended the round with a fly to Wheeler. | The Angela had visions of tallying in i the fifth frame, but they were rather netLr-sigbted, as after events proved. Delmas tore off a grand single, but was pinched a minute later in trying 1 to make the rounds without a regular ticket, Hap's trusty wing gxHtint; the sphere down to second in plenty of time to meet him. Waring btngled and when Lindsay mutilated Thorsen's ef fort Waring stuck on So. 2, with the Bull occupying the Initial pillow. Both men advanced on Daley's out, but Ber nard was unable to get either home, his boost to Burrell being well taken care of. That was the nearest Hen's pennant chasers came to putting one over on Herr Schafer, Dillon waa out of the game because RACING YACHTS SEEK SHELTER FROM STORM PfT-IX-fiAT, Ohio, July 18.—Driven to shelter by a heavy northeastern Kale which broke over Lake Krie late Saturday afternoon and was still blow ing today, numerous yachts that will partlciptae in the annual regatta of the. Intertako Yachting association this I along the south shore of Lake Erie from Toledo to Port ciint.n. The catboat races on the program for today have been post d. No serious damage has been reported. Your Hunting ji^rlv^ Layout 4b;'A\\ we have it f \ '^'ie Layout way . WE HAVE IT The best of everything in the way *'''"»"' ul'" j of Guns and Ammunition. >KM<t Hunting Coats with Pockets Jti >t'lsY^^ W Knit Shooting Jackets. «H^^Efe^^[ Khaki Suits for Men and Wo men. High Laced Boots, Canvas and '^m^JWS- . } Leather Leggins, Soft Leather w^sP*w* Still Hunters. Gauntlets, Canvas Hats, Bandana Handkerchiefs, Vacuum Bottles, Pocket Flasks, Compasses, Hunting Knives, Tents, Blankets and Bedding. sol 'TILI.II.V CALIFORNIA RBPRUEKTATIVEI I oil TIIK VAI.K .MOTOKCYt LE The Wm. H. Hoegee Co., Inc. GIiK.VIEST SPORTIXO GOODS mil si; OX Jiu. PACIFIC COAST. Home 10087, Main 8147. 138-142 SOUTH MAIN 1 J. G. GRIFFIN m&BKBBB&BB'SSKG&BK&i^. ■■■ ■ ■"i:- ffmSfflP™ fjfc^ l\ , v . _Jj HKKR GEORGE SCHAI"ER of injuries received Sunday, but Ole I Reliable "Wheeler filled his shoes in a creditable manner. The errors credit ed to Daley and Howard were what really gave Vernon its start in life, for otherwise it would have been a closer tit. The nuinbera: VERNON AB R H sb ro A X Carlisle, If 4 1:0000 Btovall, ef 4 0 0 n 3 0 0 N*. Brashear, lb 4 1 1! 0 11 0 U R. Brashear, 2b 4 13 0 4 1 0 Coj-, rf 8 0 10 0 0 0 Burrell, 3b 8 0 10 110 Lindsay, fs 4 0 113 4 1 Hog&n, c 4 0 0 0 6 2 0 Schafer, p 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 Totals 31 3 10 1 27 12 1 LOS ANOELES AB R, H SB PO A E Daley, cf 4 0 0 0 4 11 Bernard, rf 4 o o 0 0 o 0 Howard, 2b S 0 10 4 S 1 Wheeler, lb I 0 0 1 10 0 0 Murphy, If 3 n (1 0 3 2 ' 0 Roth, 3b 3 0 0 0 12 0 Delmas, ss S 0 2 0 110 Waring, c 3 0 l <> 4 3 0 Thorsen, p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 | Totals 2S 0 4 1 27 14 2 SCORE RY INNINOa Vernon 0 0 '• 2 0 o o 1 O—3 Base hits 120 0111 I—lo Los Angeles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o Base lilts 0 0112000 o—4 SUMMAHY Twn-hase hits—llurrell. Ila&cs on balls—Off Bchafer 4, off Thor»er 3. Struck out— By Schafer 4, by Thorsen 3. Doubla playiHow ard to Wheeler, Lindsay to R Brashear. Um pire—McOreevy, Time of gamt-1 hour and 45 minults. TENNIS EXPERTS GATHER FOR LONGWOOD TOURNEY BROOKXJNE, Mass., July 18.—Ten nis exp< rt« from all over the country. Including National Champion William a. Lamed of Philadelphia, gathered today at Longwood Crick* t i lull courts, where the twentieth annual lawn ten nis tournament In singles was lifpun. Seventy players were entered In the singles, and in the eastern doubles championship, which Btarts tomorrow, thirty pairs are entered. Drawings for the rounds in the doubles tournament wore made today. LOS ANGELES HERALD! TUESDAY MOISMNG, JI'LY 10, 1010. HERALD SPORTING PAGE Another hope of the white race Is about to be uncovered—end by none Other than our old friend, J. .Tosher Corbett. The actorlne, despite his long absence from the ring, is still in ■ class by himseslf and holds one un disputed premiership—that of cham pion bull dispenser— so the American public \\ ill not sit up nights waiting for Jim to unbelt and give us the name of his "unknown." Oorbett has long beon known as the only cute kid der along the Rlalto, so it would not be irprlslng if the man he is framing to go up against Johnson in an elTort to offset the Reno calamity were none other than himself. The one-time champion heavyweight, while he may have forgotten the finer points of ring cxaft, is there with advertising spe cialties galore, and it may be that the stage money Hugh Mclntosh is talk- Ing about betting will be used to help the good cause of boost along. Jack Kipper Is expected back from Catallna this afternoon and will doubtless confirm the reports that Jef fries is himself again and lias com pletely recovered from the black hand attack to which he was subjected a few weeks ago. Jef£ has been trying his luck on the Catallna fishing grounds for the put few days, and has fared pretty well for an "old man." He and Tex Riekard. together with I the misses of the families, will be back j in civilization by the end of the week. Bad Bill Aldrich has been a member of the life corps at Venice, and in his waking moments will hereafter sit arounil until some maiden In distress flashes a signal [or help. Then Bill— if lie lives up to the practices of his associates, will throw off his coat and dive in after the fair one. Since Wil liam is some swimmer, let's hope he is not hooked by mim Impersonation of a millionaire's daughter and falls for the matrimonial game. Jay Barm s, who engineers more ENGLISH POLOISTS WILL USE AMERICAN FEATURES Hurlingham Club Seeks to Put Sport on Sounder Basis Than Formerly NEW TORK. July IS.—The New York polo committee today received interest ing news from England informing them ' that the committee of the Hurlingham dub decided to copy some American methods in an effort to obtain a found er game. The English committee has ordered the abolition of the recent form list and the substitution of the Ameri can system of handicapping playeri by points as a better means of classifying them. As an instance of what the change means, it was pointed out here today that the HurUngham recent form list [or the present season contained the names of more than thirty men who are regarded as first-class players. When, however, these same men have been handicapped by points on lines similar to those adopted by the Amer lcan Polo association, it will be seen thru as wide margins us four points separate some of them. M'LOUGHLIN WINS FIRST LONGWOOD MATCH EASILY The opening 'lay at the Longw 1 tournament brought forth few sur prises, although some of the matches were closely contested and only de cided after the full Bye Beta hart been played. The first round was complet ed and a tew •<( th<- matches in the Becond division played. W. A. Lamed was on the courts and watched the play with a great deal of interest. He Btill needs a third victory to secure the Longwood Cricket club cum, and l'loin present Indications will be lined up with tlie Calil'ornian, Maurice Mc- Loughlin. McLoughlln has been putting up a splendid game and has not dropped a. get or been pressed closely In any of the events. He won from J. O. Ames of Province In easy style by a score Of 6-4, 6-2, 6-3, playing carefully yet brilliantly and using his marvelous forehand with great effect. McLough lln is playing in much better form than he displayed In the Davis cup last y:n- and is seriously considered Cor International play this year. i: h. Palmer of New Fork proved his right to a place in the top rung of the tennis ladder by defeating !•'. <'. Inman the metropolitan champion, In the second round of play by a score of 2-8, 8-4, 6-3, 6-4, BOWLING I,ast night on the Bruniwldl all»yi the rirands took throe straight rom the Monarch*, niume rolled hlKh score md the high aver age ij the evening. MONARCHS 12 3 Tot. Ay«. , Mvers 1M »« >M 4:is -1W Conntra 178 I.i 130 HI .1.".7 1-3 Parks-Andrews.. 'IV 12* IH 4K .114 Rising in Itl l!>n 488 .163 5-3 Ohlsen n« JL2I I<X «I .1521-9 Totals 7M 733 7SJ 2257 ORANDB 12 1 Tot. Avc. naloh IH 12* l"' '•-■ -I*2 1-3 i !lU m9 us 219 ' ■■' 5'J5 .1!«H Taylor IS3 ls» lsl r>:3 .1M 1-3 l,,,if cr ISO Xt 1«3 572 .190 3-3 Bowron 153 171 Jis m -134 Totnld 902 914 913 27W In the Eltetrie league the I-os An«tl< City Electrical Department took the odd game from the Hrilalilrd-Ueynolds team. Mumle made high averai?« and Graham high score. L. A. CITY ELEOTKICAL DEPARTMENT 1 2 3 4 r, Tot. Aye, Mlimla 170 SS 161 U3 113 7»5 .1M McOlnley 168 IF. J 117 157 IBS 7W .liS Hedges SU 151 164 13! 130 6SO .IK 4-5 Totals 451 403 442 4»S 4M UK HOTvABiRD-njiIYNOLDS 1 • 3 4 5 Tot. Aye. Graham 148 107 116 Ut IM MO .131 tinow 133 U3 131 160 157 694 .138 4-5 Wall* 100 1- 137 183 127 654 .130 4-5 j Totals 357 3« 354 «61 4U4 2038 Rialto Gossip novel stunts than any youth In Los Angeles, returned from San Diego yes terday after a couple of days aboard a buzz wagon. Jay took a party of local about-towners down to the bull tight at Tla Juans Sunday, and while none of the party will admit he saw any true sport in Uie butchery pulled off In the pit each will declare Jay is a royal uid is a grood excuse to accom pany whether it's to San Diego or the smith i»>h'. George Heaudrand, the genial little fellow whose official title at the liur bank theater is assistant treasurer, was one of the crowd rooting for the Angels at the Chutes yesterday. Al though he lost his initial bet since re turning from his vacation at I.ake Ta hoe, George Is too happy at being back on the old stamping ground to notice a mere trifle like giving up money. His only regret is that the Berry pets are not performing at the chutes, for Beau drand is sure the rooting kid for Hen and his hirelings. No fight news on the Rialto these day*. Unc Torn McC&rey and George Hancock have annexed their mufflers, and to get either of them to mention the ring Is worth a dinner ut any body's place, Al Levy or Mrs. Alexan dria not expected. Judßlng from all the silence iluit emanates from head quarters, the local Antic magnatea are content to let well enough alone, and not monkey with tho bUSf saw while the engine is K"iiiS- But cheer up— election, is only a few montbi away. The double ump system is still in em bryo, so far as Los Angeles is con cerned. After a couple of derisions at the Chutes yesterday Col. Brooks was heard to murmur unseemly things, but at the same time he was hoping the powers that be would see things differ ently and send down a first aid to the injured crew to the local indicator man's assistance. KENTUCKY RACING ASSN. TO DECIDE FALL MEETING Patrons of Turf Declare Event Would Be Success in Later Months LEXINGTON, Ky.. July IS.—A eajl has been issued for a special meeting of the board of directors of the Ken tucky Racing association to be held here July 21, to decide whether a fall meeting shall be held in conjunction with those of Churchill Downs and La tonia, It is said the decision hinges on the way the directors look at the situation in the east. With New York's last stringent law going Into effect September 1, horse men here say there is no reason why a meeting there should not be a suc cess. If the races are held they will be either late in September "r early in No vember. WOMAN GOLFERS ENTERTAIN COMPETITORS IN BIG MATCH CHICAGO, July 18.—Women golfers of the Beverly Country club will be hostesses today and the three days fol lowing to memben of the Women's Golf association. There is every pros pect the Held will be one of tin' larg est of the season, as up to last night Mrs. M. Davidson, chairman of the sports and pastfines committee, had received over 100 entries and more are espected to enter at the tee today. Miss vida Lilomellln of La Orange, western champion, who has appeared In only one tournament this year, will be among tbe competitors and It looks as if the battle for the honors of the tournament will be between her and Mrs. W. F. Anderson of Hinsdale, who won the Glenvtew and South Shore tournaments this year, with Miss MlCa Helmer of Midlothian as the third contender. AMERICAN PLAYER DRAWS HAMBURG, July 18.—In the first round of the international cheat tour nament played hen today the Ameri can champion, Frank J. Marshall, dn w with Fergtics. STANDING OF THE CLUBS COAST LEAGUE Club— Won. I.OKt. I'd Portland 58 4J .1146 Sun lriilirlwo »» BO ,j«l Lai Anueleii 58 .V; .til"! Oakland .vi 53 .514 Vernon S3 ■">: .30.5 Sacramento 3» 66 .303 XA'HO.NAL LBAGI B Club— Won. Lost. Tct. ('lll<'UK<> 4U '-'« ,B3tl New York 44 »'i .378 I'ittuburir 40 '■'•'■'■ ■•"'!» (iurinuatl -H 88 .fill) riiilinl. liiliia M 8i .480 ISrookl.vu 83 II .428 St. Louis 84 41 ,l:;.i Hostun • 31 50 .H»i:] AMEISICAN LEAGUE Clvb — Won. Lost. Pot, riiiladeliibin 58 -' I .HBX N«» York 4« 81 .890 BnUon 47 33 .598 Detroit H 87 .848 (l,i. 1 88 88 .4.-.H CliiiiiKo 81 4IS .403 Wellington SO t7 .300 St. Louis , 21 61 .320 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Clvb — Won. Loit. r.'t. Minneapolis <<"■ 83 .633 fit. I'aul 34 38 .58; Toledo M 38 .578 KuiihUH City 4J 4.". .483 Columbus 3!> 47 I,;; Milwaukee. 38 SO .43? In.llanapolU »7 54 .407 1.,,,,i5vi11e ■■■ ■■ ■ ■'« 34 .379 LEFTY RUSSELL SOLD TO ATHLETICS FOR $12,000 KOC'HKiSTKR. N. V.. July 18.—Thr Baltimore Kuxtrrn league team liv* «old rtiihfr ■i.rfty" Uunril to the rhiia ilfl|i!ii» Amrrlinn Iraijue team for »IJ, 000.' mil—ll will flul«b tlie eastern »ea hiiu Ith Haltlmore. ; PRESENT SERIES MAY SEE SWITCH Coast League Teams Are Fairly Lined Up in Dash for Pen nant of Season ANGELS' PROSPECTS GOOD Berry Predicts Sacramento Will Beat Vernon While He Is Winning Games With every team in the Coait league ranks playing 1 at mlfltinssrrn clip and the race for the bunting as uncurtain a proposition as one. could llnd in the annals of the national pastime, the series which opens all over the circuit today will probably account for the ultimate winner. So fast and furious has been the play and so often the changes in the percentagi column that the fans hardly know which way to look, and as n consequence this year's strife is doubly interesting. The Angels, who have been the sen sation of several weeks past, left la»t night for San Francisco, when they will open with the Oaks. With the ex ceptioin of Dillon, the Berrylteg went abroad with their full fighting strength, and unless the dope is sadly astray should account for more than an even break before they move up to Sacra mento next week to take a whirl at the Capitalists. The series with the Senators should be one of the closest the local aggre gation lias participated in since the men on Berry's payroll struck their real gait. Like the Angels, Sacramento got away to a late start, but their re cent efforts have proved that if they had only left the barrier with the rest of the Hock they would be contenders for first honors. As it is is, Graham's gang are making all the rest of the teams look to their laurels, and the Angels will be up against a much harder prop osition next week than they are this series. At home we will have Hap Hnean and Ills Villager! fighting to set within railing distance of thi> leaden again. The set to with Los Angles, in which the latter carried off the honors, almost put his Happiness down in the cellar division with less than an even split on the percentage column, ami Hogan Is hoping- Sacramento will play back to early season form and sive his un derlings what they need, the long- end of the issue between now and Monday. According to Hen Berry the Angel pluggers are glad Hap is booking the Senators, instead of having them for their own dish. Berry looks on the capital bunch as the real dangerous children in the league, and werald rather try out the northern climate on Oakland before going up against the valleyites. •These other teams have shot their bolt," says Hen. "and from now on there will be nothing- to it but our ilde. If Sacramento hadn't been so slow in getting itarted I would give then a royal chance to finish either second or third when the banner is unfurled by us after the season's percentage* are figured, The way mutters now stand, mento will be our greatest aid in reaching the top, for while they can hardly hope to pet up, the Senators will do more than their share in beat ing te other teams, This Is just what we want, as we will be going right along at our natural speed and can take of them as fast as they come." While the rest Of the nines are -;trug gling in pairs th° league leaders, Port land and San Francisco, will I" 1 cutting each other's throats In McCredle's vil lage away up nnrth. It should be a pretty close-cut between them for the week's honors, and with the Angels trimming the Oaks and Vernon ac counting for Sacramento, a^ Hogan hopes, chain:"- ,n the Pacific Coast league lineup should be in order. CORBETT HAS 'UNKNOWN' TO SEND AFTER CHAMP Mclntosh Also Interested in the Fighter He Says He Will Bet $5000 On NEW YOKic, July 18.—Jamei J. Cor bett has an "unknown" under cover, who he hopes wtll show hlmaelf lit to win the title -I c- ff lost to Jark Johnson at Heno. Hugh Mclntotb haa been sufficiently Impresaed to put out a challenge today in behalf of 111 »- "un known," backed i>y a $5000 forfeit to be vied later a« h side bet. ir John- Bon decllnM the offer is open to any Other tnan worthy to be considered ;i candidate tor heavyweight honors. Oorbett refuses to make known the I If ntlty of his protege. Mclntoah, who is in New York, aayi in liis chullenßo: "The unknown will be narni.d by .1. Corbett and will also be trained by him, the tight to take place in the United States or Australia, and I agree to offer a put*M greater than that offered by any other person. "As an evideme of good faitli I am willing to deposit $5000 as a guarantee With Timothy Sullivan or any other responsible person. The same deposit will go ai a side bet if il.-sirirl. "The only stipulation I make is that the contest be twenty rounds or over." JACK JOHNSON PAYS HEAVILY FOR BOAST CHICAGO. July 18.—Champion .lack Johnson will have to turn about $700 over to Cook county as a result of his tx.a.st follovvlnK a recent controversy v. ith George Little, that ho had J30.000 in the bank, a valuable automobile anil diamonds worth $16,000. The state ment was printed and a copy retained by the county board of assessors. Now he will be assessed on this amount of personal proi>erty. Ilia profits of the flpht are not subject to the tax under the Illinois law, having been acquired stnca April 1. The Directories have earned the proud record of fifteen victories in twenty-one frames and are making a fine percentage lor the season's work. .Amateur Sports, Athletics KILLS BUCK AND LIMIT OF DOVES IN ONE DAY A. B. Conrad, chief ijcnuty rltj u» neuor, hn» demonstrated that l-»« An (ele* U.the center of. a wonderful hunt- Inif country by l>s«Kßln|t hnlf the. limit of deed and the full uuota of dove* In one day of huntliiK near Acton. Sun day he followed n deer trull for Ihroe quarter* of an hour and killed a five point buck. After arriving ot th» rail road Htatlun anil finding tliat ho would have to wait several bour« for a trnln, he decided »o try his luck with doves. In n »ln>rt time he had killed the num ber nllowed by Inw. NATIONAL LEAGUE PITTSBURG. July 18.—Plttsburg and Boston split even in a cloublo header today. Timely hitting won for Boston in tne first gamo and in the lecond White had his former team mates at his mercy. in the seventh inning of the second game Bock was banished for disputing a decision. Score, first game: Plttsburg 2. hit* 9, errors 0. Boston 4. hit* 10, errors 3. Batteries—Leifeld, CamnlU and Gib son; Mattern and Graham. Umpires— Klem and Kane. Second Maine: Plttaburg I, hits 11. error 1. Boston li, hits S, errors 0. Batteries—White and Olbson; Fer guson. Brown and Graham: Umpires— Kletn and Kane. ST. LOUIS, July 18.— Pitcher Corri don won his own game for St. Louis frfom Philadelphia in the twelfth in n ig today. :> to t. He opened the la. t Inning with a single, was sacrificed to second by HuggiDS and scored the winning run on Ellis' single to center. Score: St. Louis I, hits 8, errors 0. Philadelphia -', hits 16, errors 2, Batteries— Corridon and Phelps; Ew- Ing and Doom. Umpires—O'Day and Brennan. CHICAGO, Jul- IS.—Overall today Signalised his return to the slab after an absence of six weeks, owing to a lame arm, by boating Brooklyn, 3 to 1. Chance clinched the victory with a single after Scanlon had walked two locals in the eighth. President Lynch, here to investigate complaints against the ball now used In the National 1 ague, witnessed tho contest. Score: Chicago 3, hits 5, errors 0. Brooklyn 1. hits 4, errors 3. Batteries—Overall and Kling; Scan lon and Erwin. Umpires— Johnstone and Eason. CINCINNATI. July 18.—Cincinnati and New York broke even in a double- Leader here this afternoon, Cincinnati winning- tho first game, 13 to 3, and los ing the second, 3 to 1. In the first Cin cinnati pounded all three New York pitchers hard, but 1 nthe last WiltM was a puzzle. Scores: First game- New York 3. hits 10, errors 8. Cincinnati Ki. hits 15, errors 3. Hatteries: Murquard, Raymond, Dmcke and Schlel, Meyers: Gaspnr and Clark. McLein. Umpires—Higler and Emslie. Second game— Now York 3, hits 4, errors 2. Cincinnati 1. hits 5, errors 0. Batteries: Wiltse and Meyers; Roo man, Bcnton and McLean. AMERICAN LEAGUE BOSTON, July is.—After having tal lied three times in tho first and sec ond, a home run, three two-baggers, two singles an. three bases on balls In the tifth inning gave Boston six runs, which sewed up the game with Detroit. Score: Detroit -1, his 9, errors 3. Boston 1), hits 1-, error 1. Batteries—Mullln, Works and Sttan- Colltna and Corrigan. PHILADELPHIA. July 18.—Phila delphia had little dimeulty in defeat ing Chicago today, Combs holding the visitors sate alter the second inning. Score: Chicago 2, hits 5, errors 2. Philadelphia 5, hits S. error 1. Batteries—White and Payne; Coombs and Lapp. NEW YORK, July 18.—St. Louis to day won its first game of the season from New York, 4 to 3. The loss of thf game put the locals in third place. Lake pitched great ball for the visit ors. Score: Bt Louis 4, hits 8. errors 2. New York 3. hits 10, errors 1. Batteries: Lake and Stephens; War hop, Vaughn and Mitchell. WASHINGTON, July 18.— The Wnsh- Ington-Cleveland unit wai postponed on account of rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Toledo- Minneapolis 1, Toledo 4. At Columbus—Bt Paul 9, Colum bus 1. ai [ndlanapolli—Milwaukee, t, Indi anapolis 0. At Louisvilie • First same: Kansas City 3, Louisville 4: second game: Kansas City l. Louisville 2. EST. I9QO GAT LIN * . _^ OR BAD A?"^ .: GATLIN ||25SGRANDAVE U)S AN6ELES INSTITUTE HZS S.tiKMNU AVt. CAL |RNIA BR'D'Y 1377 Cmll, Phone or Write HOME F1022 AMATEURS ATTRACT FANCY OF SPORTS Cry Against Professional Pas times Direct Toward Many Old and Popular Lines BASEBALL STILL SURVIVES Protest of Antis Fails to Touch Diamond Frolic-Will Be a Reaction That the amateur name will super sede iho professional la the boiler of many In local sporting circles. Th« rovival that is iprefcding from east ti> waal has settled on LOS Angeles as an Idea] center, and the fans of the Angel City an correspondingly downcast. Tho present feeling is anti-fight, anti-bet, anti-professional spurt of every kind— save baseball—and tho blgr sport pro moter* are pricing the tickets to moro promising points where long-hair is an obsolete nr unknown torm and t!io wide open gates beckon invitingly. The present council Is not entirely responsible for the general movement, and tho politienl situation Is but. a cost in the general wheel. Tho stand of tho general public against the raring gamo is the result of the too strenuous en deavor of the bookmaking department of the sport and not through any an tagonism against t ho sport itself if con ducted on the basis of a sport for spurt's sake. Tho stand against boxing can be traced to the same cause of •'lnside Information" for tho select few, with the thumbs down sign on the small Interest* Racing and boxing are sports that have been the diversion of real men i from time immemorial, and if conduct- I ed on the lines of what should consti tute the sporting game will com* back Into their former glory in a short time. The bookmakers, the paddock follow ers, the fight throwers and others of their ilk have had their day and have done their task In the condemnation of the good and bad alike, the real sport and the imitation. Los Ange'.es had too many hoavy a Jolt from tho promoters Of both games and will not recover for some time. There Is Dot a tight fan who will not Maud up for MeCarey and his work for clean sport in Los Angeles, however, and there are no fakers on his list of celebrities. The sweeping revival in the north and ea-st has combined every thing in the category of fixed tights, and the straight game suffers in conse quence. Boxois whoa month ago were prepared to make Los Angeles their official headquarters have scattered In the California emigration, and tho training camps are deserted. Amateur sport has received a quick ening impulse from the deadly blows delivered against her brother sport, and the fans, with their usual fickle turn of mind, have given their attention to the amateur Held \sith scarcely more than a parting word on tho dying of tho bis: professional sport. Then has been scarcely a time In tho history of one line Of sport that any thing else than a strictly amateur feel- Ing has been prevalent, and for that ii more than any other baseball lias become our national pastime with out a rival on the list. Haaeball has survived on account of the practical Impossibility of subsidizing the result, through tho large number of partici pants, and this safeguard has preserved at least one of the standard sports for the diversion of the twentieth century man. Football track athletics, golf, tennis, motoring and the rest of the list will be the Angeleno program for some time to come, and even orlcket and soccer I inuy coino into their own with tho i rival on the side track. There are .still the old guard, and you meet I them on every sldi , who will draw you to one side and swispor: 'It can't last, you know, it can't last," and perhaps after all they arc right, and the "sport of kings" and the squared circle mills will come back with the turn of the. tide to stimulate tho idle pulse of tho slothful fans. GOULD'S YOUNG RACER LEADS FIELD IN FRANCE PARI3, July IS.—Frank J. Gould's Jnrretilerres won the Prix Dolma RaKhtche of $1000 for 2-year-olds, dls tanco flvo furlongs, which was run at Malson Jaflette today. In the I'rix d'Ogremont, the Jti'io sellinK event, dis tance six turlonj*, Nash Turner's Alex Hnlahed second. WESTERN LEAGUE At Dcs Molnes— Dcs Moines 6, Sioux Citiy 3. At St. Joseph—St. Joseph 5, Wich ita 2. At Lincoln—Lincoln 4, Omaha 1.