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Baseball, Racing, Boxing
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VERNON SHARES WITH SACRAMENTO
FINAL DAY'S PROGRAM OF SERIES
Villagers Annex Ten-Inning Morning Struggle with Roy Brashear's
Home Run and Senators Retaliate at Chutes Park by Slug
ging Two Tallies Over in the Eighth, When Local Boys
Were in Lead-Sacramento Has Only Two Victories
for Her Southern Trip-Oakland and Vernon
Will Open New Series Tomorrow
Hits, errors and tallies were shaken up in King Luck's hat yesterday and
the Senators and Villagers picked them out at random. When the fans desire
something that Is sure, to produce excitement of every variety they hie them
selves to wherever Happy Hogan holds forth and the excitement is always
there. The Villagers are not always on top, but as excitement producers of the
ninth inning rally kind they are the real thing.
The morning game was safely cinched by the visitors until the ninth
division, when Hunt got busy with the base presents and Vernon sent over
two runs and tied the score. Everybody prepared to leave when the Sacramento
side of the tenth produced nothing of value and Kitty flew out to Van Buren.
But Roy Brashear had been figuring on his bat and came to the conclusion
that his fifteenth home run was almost due, and when the tally-keeper was
fingering the rope of the time bell Roy's pet willow met one of Hunt's big ones
and the big one chortled out to the vanishing point behind the left center fence.
No more loyal supporter of the double umpire system can be found on the
coast than Eugene McGreevy. He is no half-hearted enthusiast either for lie
himself, the "unimpeachable one," lias passed through . the throes of the
"thumbs down" bleachers and has felt the singeing fires of the lonely indicator
method. The Sacramento half of the fifth in the morning game yesterday was
enough to tax any judge of the diamond of Jobish tendencies to the utmost,
but when it cropped out in the afternoon program Emperor McGreevy climbed
his throne, and hid for safety behind the symbols of his power.
The morning affair, with Wlllett and Hunt on the mound, started out for
blood, and the fans did not seem to desire the presence of an umpire in the
least. He was a useless commodity with the crowd of aspirants to the position
In the bleachers, and every decision was objected to by some recalcitrant en
thusiast. To cap the climax, with the ether redolent with the crabbing fever,
"How I Win Happy" was sent paddling back home to mamma for making
faces at Professor McGreevy when the mudslinging was growing strenuous.
The Vernonites should have kept their hold on the afternoon struggle, but
the eighth was too much for the local pickaninnies and they gave up the ghost.
Splesman won the game for the northern aggregation with his hard drive to
right, but the Senators' lucky bunching of the safe ones contributed largely to
the result.
Neither game was featured by a pitchers' battle or anything of superb base
ball, but for slugging from start to finish, with never a let-u-; for the sake of
the mound artist's arm, the two aggregations showed their class. Sacramento
got her share of the glad hand, and their slugging bee in the eighth inning of
the afternoon mill brought the bleachers into action of a lung-testing kind.
HORNING GAME
Sacramento started the trekking in
her half of the second. Board man
doubled to left center, took third on
Wlllett's wild heave and waltzed home
on Burns' sacrifice.
The fifth was another lucky division
for the northerners and another tally
crossed the pan. Hunt singled to left,
went to second on Bhlnn'a walk and
scored on Perry's hard drive to right.
Shinn, the first man at bat for the
Senators in the eighth, came into the
limelight by lobbing a long one over
the left field fence.
With a start of three on the home
squad the lawmakers were feeling se
cure and when Carlisle doubled to
right, made third on Hunt's wide twirl
and scored on Kitty I Ira shear's single
to left there was still a safe margin
of two for the safety of the win. But
Vernon dies hard. Her side of the
ninth brought two tallies. Hosp and
Lindsay both received four plate miss
els. Hosp stealing second while the
little Vernon shortstop was waiting
for his package. Brown sacrificed, ad
vancing the pair to second and third.
Widen then received a glad hand for
saving the game when he picked out
a beauty and rattled the left fleld fence
boards for a double, scoring Hosp and
Lindsay and evening the lists.
With the usual tie game in sight half
the grandstand left for the city and
half of those who were left vanished
when Kitty began the Vernon half of
the tenth by a weak little poke into
the arms of Van Buren. But Hoy
turned the tide with a home swipe
over the fence and the game was won.
Hosp pulled off a pretty double in
the fourth Which might have been a
triple if the one-down sign bad not
been out. Heister drove a liner over
third, Hosp picking it from the sky
with one hand and doubling Perry,
who was playing off the bag. Board
man would have been an easy triple,
hut Danzig had died before and the
inning was over.
McGreevy got into deep water ln the
fifth on two close decisions that saved
a run for the Senators. Hunt was on
third and Shinn at the initial station.
The two men started a double steal,
but could not make lt successfully and
dodged back to the sacks again. That
Hunt was out on third the left hand
bleachers will aver to a man, but it
was too close a decision for the bleach
ers fo make, and McGreevy docs not
tall the bad ones very often.
HORNING GAME
VERNON
,1; It II SB PO A X
Carllsle, If 5 1 2 0 1 0 0
Stovall, cl 5 0-1 0 1 1 1
N. Brashear, lb. 4 0 3 0 13 1 0
It. ashear, 2b. 4 1 1 0 3 3 1
Coy, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hosp, 3b 3 ! 0 1 2 3 0
Lindsay, _. 3 1 1 0 5 3 0
Brown, c 3 0 0 0 4 1 0
Wlllett, p 3 ft 1 0 1 3 0
Totals.. • 31 4 8 1 30 14 2
SACRAMENTO
AB R H SB PO A X
Shinn. 3b 3 1 1 'I - a 0
Van Buren, cf .1 (I 0 "400
Perry. If 4 11 2 0 2 0 0
Danzig, lb 3 0 0 0 10 0 0
Boar'dman, 3b... 1 _ 0 2 5 1
Burns, sh 2 ii 0 0 1 3 0
iii'i ■'• r, rf 4 1. 0 0 1 0 0
I.a Lunge, ...... 0 0 0 i; 1 11
Hunt, p 4 1 2 0 0 0 C
Totals 32 3 7 »'!S 11 1
•One out when winning run scored.
SCORE ny INNINGS
Vernon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 I—4
Has," hits 31000 1051 I—i1 —i
Sacramento 010010 0 10 11 —3
Base hits 111-0011 o—7
SUMMARY
Home runs—Shinn, I: Rrashcar. Two
base hits —Boardman, ll'int. N. Brashear.
Carlisle. Sacrifice hits—N. Brashear, PPurn.,
Wlllett, Danzig, Brown, Bases on balls—Off
Hunt, 3; off Wlllett. 1. Stru-k out—By
Hunt, 5; bj- Wlllett, 'I. Double plays —
Hosp, unassisted Lindsay to K. Brashear,
Willi pitches Wlllett, Hunt. Hit by pitcher
- -Burns, Shinn. Time —1:50. I'mplre—Mc-
Greevy.
BATS DELIGHT WINS
PARIS. July 24.—At the St. Cloud
course today W. K. Vanderbiit's Hats
Delight won the Prix de Norzay at lft
furlongs. Frank Gould's Dee Remen
del finished second in the Prix d»s
Genets, a 2-year-old event at 4'_ fur
longs, Mr. Vanderbiit's La Hire was
third.
E. V. WELLER
AFTERNOON GAME
Baum and Splesman handled the
heaving department for the Sacra
mento boys in the afternoon game and
Hitt and Brown were on the Vernon
line of fire.
Vernon started the scoring in the
first division. Carlisle, the first man
to face the tall Senatorial twirler,
rammed a single Into the left garden,
made second on an error by Burns
and scored on Roy Brashear's single
to right.
Sacramento came back again in the
second and tied the score. Bcardman
singled to left, took second on a sac
rifice by Burns and scored on Heister's
long drive to right.
Vernon see-sawed back Into the lead
again in the fifth with a second run
by Carlisle. The Villagers' left fielder
singled to left, went to second on Sto
vall's sacrifice and scored on Burns'
error. This was the last of the tally
listing on the Vernon side of the sheet
and Happy was down and out.
Sacramento won the game in the
eighth. Danzig started the joy with a
single to right, Heister following with
a blngle to left and Splesman sent
them across the board with a long
double to right.
McGreevy's unlucky part of the
afternoon mill took place In the first
division. Stovall anticipated Van
Buren's catch of Coy's sacrifice fly to
center and left third too soon, In the
opinion of McGreevy, hut otherwise in
the opinion of the howling bleacherites
and the head chief cutup, who trotted
forth to raise his wail against the in
justice of the man of many woes.
"Five and five more" was McGreevy's
decision on Happy's crab sauce, and
finally "out of the game"—and back
again to the side lines the wrathy
umpire-player ran to chatter away in
sulky sadness while his teammates
took up the role.
Sacramento secured only two games
of the series and th. Vernon stock Is
on the rise again. They are scheduled
to trim the Commuters in this week's
battle royal, and if Hogan has his way
will be topping the percentage column
before many moons have passed.
The tabulated scores of both games
follow:
AFTERNOON GAME
VERNON
An l; 1! SB po A V.
Carlisle, If 4 . 3 n 3 0 0
M"' rill, cf 4 0 1 'i 1 0.. 0
N. Brashear, lb, 4 0 1 <i 8 1 0
R. Brashear, 2b, .0104] 0
Coy, rf 4 'i 0 0 1 0 0
Hosp, 3b 4 11 1 0 1 ] 11
Lindsay, sa 3 " a D _ 3 _
Hogan, c (1 noonoo
Brown, c 4 0 1 0 « 0 0
Hltt, p . 11 11 0 1 3 ,1
Totals 31 2 7 0 27 . 1
SACRAMENTO
AB i! 11 SB I'l 1 A 1.
Shinn. 2b 5 11 1 0 _ 3 1
Van Buren, cf . . 4 0 11 0 3 0 0
Perry. If .1 11 2 0 1 0 (1
Dan lb 4 1 3 nil _ 0
Boardraan, 3b ... 4 1 1 0 2 3 0
Burns, jis 3 0 n 0 _ 4 3
Heister, rf 3 I 2 0 2 0 0
Splesman, c 4 0 2 0 i 1 0
Baum, p 4 0 0 n v 2 0
Totals 36 3 11 0 27 15 4
SCORE nr INNINGS
Vernon 1 0 0 0 1 ( 0 0 0 — 2
Base hits _ 12 0 10 10 0— 7
Sacramento 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 o—3
Base hits ... 0 2 2 12 0 0 3 I—ll
SUMMARY
Two-base hits—Danzig, Splesman. Sacri
fice hitsLindsay, Burns, Van Buren. Bases
on balls—OK Hltt, 1, Struck out—Hy Hltt.
4; by Baum, 2. Double plays—Van Buren
to Baum to Btoardman; N. Brashear to
Hosp. Time—l:Bs. Umpire— Mci; cc
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Omaha —Omaha 4, 1»e Moines 2.
At Topeka—First game: Topeka 7,
St. Joseph 12; second game: Top, r,,
St. Joseph 1.
.I Wichita First garni : Wichita 5,
Denver 7 (twelve Innings); second
game; Wichita 8, Denver 1. |
MONROVIA WINS TWICE
Monrovia has been producing some
great exhibitions of the national game
during the past few days, and the fans
are correspondingly delighted, Satur
day th, home team defeated the local
California Furniture aggregation 9 to
0, and alendora fell an easy victim
yesterday by a score of 10 to 6.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1910.
HERALD SPORTING PAGE
The Mah-pe, Speedy Ocean Skipjack, Owner Morgan
Adams, Winner of Montgomery Cup Race Yesterday
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SAN PEDRO, July 24. — Morgan
Adams' big sloop Mah-po' won the
Montgomery trophy this afternoon,
when she sailed past the end of the
breakwater on the home run in the
race around Catalina island at 4:06:57.
The second to arrive was the Michief
I, sailed by Warren Wood, at 6:11:10.
As the Mischief I had but an hour's
time allowance over the Mah-pe the
NATIONAL LEAGUE
CHICAGO, July Chicago defeat
ed Boston twice today, winning the
first game 5 to 3, with Overall on the
slab, and the second, 5 to 0. In the
second Cole fanned nine Boston bat
ters and gave but four scattered hits.
Score:
First game
Chicago 5, hits 10, errors 1.
Boston 3, hits 9, errors 2.
Batteries: Overall and Kling; Curtiss,
Good,- and Graham.
Second game —
Chicago 5, hits 7, errors I.'
Boston 0, hits 1, errors 1.
Batteries: Cole and Archer; Fergu
son and Rariden, Smith.
Umpires: Kan,' and Klem.
ST. LOUIS, July 24.—St. Louis lost
to New York today, -l to 1. Ames
pitched for the visitors. Bailee re
mained in the box until the end of the
eighth, when Corridon displaced him.
Bridwell starred at the bat, getting
two triples and a single. Score;
St. Louis 1, hits 4. errors 2.
New York I, hits 8, errors 2.
Batteries: Bailee, Corridon and Bres
nahan; Ames and Schlei.
Umpire*: Rigler and Em lie
CINCINNATI, July 24.— Cincinnati
defeated Philadelphia here today, 6 to
4. Score:
Philadelphia 4, hits '.'. errors 5.
Cincinnati 6, hits 6, errors I.
aßtteriea: Swing, Moore and Dooln;
Burns, Rowan and Lean.
Umpires: I I'Day and i irennan.
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SALINAS SHUT OUT
SAUNAS, Cal., July 24.— Santa Cruz,
represented by the Traffics, shut out
Salinas In tie- opening gat of the
second half of the Three-(! league sea
son today. The locals found Miller a
puzzle. Score:
Santa Cruz 4, hits 4, errors 3.
Salinas 0, hits 1, errors 0.
Batteries—Miller and Perkins; Wil
cox and Simpson.
+~m+-
BUTTE ENTRIES
BUTTE, Mont., July 23.—Monday*- entries
are as follows:
First ra,.-. 4 furlong., selling Miss Tori
die. Kinfolka, Helen Hawkins, Neta, Elisa
beth Daly. Vita Ray, Bessie C, Great i'an
sa.. Wabaaa, St. Heller, Albetto, 109; Child's
nay, 12,
Second race, s'_ furlongs, selling—Queen
Full. Warfare, Babe Neely. Balnfox, Mary
Dees, 105; Ormonde, Cunningham, Flying,
Han Leandro, Hlg Eldorado, Ramon Carona
Sixteen, 107.
Third race, '• ft furlongs, selling—<3ra
merey. 102; nlady, Blsctrowan, Xutjrose,
Reglna .rvl, 106; Qelloo, 107; Hey El Tovar,
110.
Fourth race, 6 furlongs Durant handicap
—Burleigh, .5; Fernando, Roy Junior, 100;
Thistle Bell, 103: Early Tide, ill; Enfield,
116.
Fifth race, 1 mile, —Misprision, Di;
Tugboat, .7; Harlem Maid. Plume, 100;
Royal River, I.lvlue, 102; Cabin. Mike .lor
dan. 104; Dorothy l.edgett. 106; Albion H.,
107.
Sixth race. 6 furlongs, selling—Fusileer.
(19: Mi Itondale, Patterson 102; Sugar Mai I,
Lady Adelaide, Kogo, 107; No Quarter, Na
tive Son, 109. '
big sloop was an easy winner. The
other two yachts, the Idler and Wave,
had not been sighted at dark.
It seems to make little difference
which way the yachts go around the
island— they always get caught in
calms. This year the yachts left the
island to port in hopes that by going
around the west end first better winds
might be caught.
Last night the yachts were becalmed
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Clvb — Won. Lost. Pel.
Chicago 54 i- .651
New York 4" 35 .573
Pitt-burg 45 34 .570
Cincinnati 44 41 .518
Philadelphia »'» *3 .481
St. Louis M 47 .447
Brooklyn 84 ">° .405
Boston M 55 .SB
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club — Won. Loot. ret.
Philadelphia 511 26 .683
New York 50 33 .60-
Boston 51 »4 .600
Detroit 4« 41 .520
Cleveland M 43 .440
Washington '•• M 40 .417
Chicago 33 50 .898
St. Louis -5 .'5 .313
COAST LEAGUE
Club! Won. Vast. Pet.
San Francisco 63 52 .548
Portland M 48 .534
I.os Angeles 61 56 .Ml
Vernon 'iK ■■' •'[_
Oakland 80 88 318
Sacramento 40 71 . ._-<)
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
(14,1,-— Won. Lost. Pet.
Milium polls 68 31 m .607
m. Paul •'", «l? M«
Toledo 38 41 -3"
Kansas City 4« It) .481
Columbus 43 50 .462
Milwaukee '- 53 .142
Indianapolis 38 59 .302
Louisville «3 61 .365
WESTERN LEAGUE
Club— Won. Lost. ret.
Denver 37 33 .633
Sioux city 34 »* «1 4
wlrhHa ■•7.7.V.V.V.V.V.V: 5i U IB
St! Joseph *• ♦• ♦«
Omaha *_] Jl .440
I>.h Moines *» S3 .430
Topeka •" 38 -''''
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SPANISH SONDER BOATS
TO ARRIVE NEXT MONTH
BOSTON, July 21.— Tho three Spanish
Bonder class boats that are to meet a
similar number representing the United
States in the international sunder races
off Marblehead beginning August 17,
are expected to arrive at Marblehead
August 12, which will give tiie boats
a few days to be tried out under wind
and water conditions that may be aim
liar to those existing during the races.
V. 1,. Doriga, the owner of one of
the Spanish boats selected, saw active
service for Spain in tin- Cuban war
in 18ns. The boats, together with, heir
owners, are: Chonta, owned by Jose
Arana, vice president of the Club Mar-
Itlmo of Bltboa; Papoose, owned by
Messrs. Echeguren and Iberra of the
Heal Cluub Nautica do San Sebastian;
Mosquito ii, owned by Victorlano L.
Doriga of the Real Club de Regaas of
Santander, I
off the west end of the island. This
morning at 6 o'cock the Mah-pe
caught a good breeze and sailed away
from the others. She stood well out
In the channel, while the Mischief I
was closer in to the shore. The two
sighted the Idler, sailed by K. R. Brad
ley, this morning, but nothing was seen
of the sktop 'Wave, sailed by James
Gibson, after she was left behind yes
terday afternoon.
SUNDAY MORNING LEAGUE
SUNDAY MORNING LEAGUE
Club— Won. Lost. Pel.
Kuclids » 0 1.000
DyaH-Cllnea 7 i .778
Ureal Easterns * 8 .400'
Ivanhoe. 2 3 .400
The Euclids are still in their winning
stride and do not seem to be able to
drop a game in the schedule. The
Cllnes are threatening dire vengeance
when next they meet, however, and the
Euclid! will need all their strength to
hold their place. There Is no tail
ender, now that the Great Easterns j
and Ivanhoes have evened up, and It
looks like a close race from now on. j
The Dyas-Clines pulled themselves
up again in the running in the Sunday j
Morning league race with a victory
ove the Ivanhoes by a score of 12 to
6. Murphy and Haskell attended to the
heaving of the Ivanhoes and Frayer
and Kohler manipulated the sphere for
the winning squad. The Dyas-Clines
are winning regularly now and will
press the Euclids hard for the first
position.
The Euclids established themselves
firmly in the initialfpositlon by a third
successive win In the schedule of the
Sunday Morning league by defeating
the Great Easterns at Athletic park by
a score of 12 to 3. Peckham and
Knight were the sphere managers for
the Euclids and Johannsen and Grimes
for the Great Easterns.
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CHICAGO GOLF EXPERTS
SEEK INTERCITY CONTEST
CHICAGO, July 24.—Chicago's cham
pion and former champion golfers have
issued an informal challenge to, any
city in the United States to produce
a team which can defeat National
Champion Robert A. Gardner of Hins
dale, Westtern Champion Charles Ev
ans, jr., of Edgewater, Intercollegiate
Champion Albert Seckel of Hinsdale,
and former National and Western
Champion K. Chandler Egan of Ex
moor, with Paul Hunter of Midlothian
as substitute.
LOS ANGELES REVOLVER
STARS HOLD CONTEST
The regular weekly shoot of the Los
Angeles Revolver club was held at the
Bishop street range yesterday after
noon. The hunting season cut down
the attendance, but the competition
was very keen betweeen the high men.
Dr. 1.. M Packard took the high score
honors with a ninety-five round on the
U. R. A. target. The score for the
day's shoot was as follows:
Pletol R. J. Fraser 87-91-85-91-89-88—631
1) I. M. Packard.. 93-86-87-87-96-89636
Dr. O, O. R0yce....88-90-91-91-91-85-_.l«
Revolver-E. M. plckerson 88-84-82-81—3*
Amateur Sports, Athletics
ANGELS AND OAKS
JAKE ONE EACH
Morning Game Goes to Commu
ters- and Berryites Win
After Lunch
CAPT. WOLVERTON PUT OUT
Northern Leader Blocks Progress
of Runner and Incurs the
Wrath of Umpire
[Associated Press]
SAN FRANCISCO, July 24.—Oakland
and Los Angeles secured a game apiece
today and the series went to the trans
bay players. In the morning Oakland
played shut out ball on the home
grounds and Los Angeles was blanked,
2 to 0, in a pitchers' battle between
Lively and Castleton.
The afternoon encounter was a slug
ging bee, with the Oaklanders crip
' pled through the banishing of Cap
■ tatln Wolverton to the clubhouse. Tho
score went to Los Angeles, 5 to 3.
Wolverton was put out of the game
for blocking the progress of Smith at
third. When Umpire Finney permit
ted Smith to score, making the tally 3
to 3, Wolverton created such a scene
that he was told to put on his street
clothes. Wheeler distinguished himself
I by sending the ball out of the lot. The
I scores:
MORNINO GAME
I.OS ANGELES.
AB It II SB PO A E
Daley, cf 4 010200
, Bernard, rf 3 0 10 10 ; 0
i Howard, 2b 4 0 3 0 2 10
Wheeler, lb = 0 10 7 10
i Murphy. If 3 0 0 0 2""
'Roth. Sb .- 3 0 0 0 1 I 0
Delmas. ss * 0" 0 0 3 11
Waring, c 3 0 0 0 6 1 0
icastleton. p 3 0 0 0 0 5 0
Ross, x 1 0 _° • _« _° __
Totals -9 0 I 0 24 It 1
OAKLAND.
_-_ AH R H SB PO A I
Swander, rf I 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wolverton. 3b 4 0 2 0 2 10
Mas-part. If ._ 3 0 0 0 n * «
Hopan. lb I 1 J 0 TO « 0
Carroll, cf « 0 10 2 0 0
Cutshaw. 2b 4 0 0 0 2 6 0
Wares. ■• 3 1 1 0 « 4 0
Thomas, c 3 0 1 0 0 7 0
Lively^ p 2 -0 2 ______ _
Totals » '= 7 0 27 18 0
xßntted for Roth In ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Los Angeles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Base hits 0 1,0 1;1,1 «<}*-«
Oakland " " " 00,0 Ul !~;
i Base hits 0 M 1 0 I I 3 «-7
SUMMARY.
Two-base hits—Howard, Bernard, Carroll.
Sacrifice hits—Murphy, Wares. Wheeler. Swan
der. Bases on CastletOD, 4; Lively. 3.
Struck out—Castleton. 4; Lively, 4. Passed
ball—Waring. Tine- Two hours. Umpires—
, Finney and Van Haltren.
AFTERNOON GAME
LOS ANGELES.
AB R 11 SB PO a E
! Daley, cf 4 13 0 110
Bernard, rf 3 2 3 12 10
. Howard, 2h 3 0 0 13 4 0
Wheeler, lb 4 1 2 0 10 0 0
Murphy. If * 0 10 3 0 0
Roth, Ib 4 0 10 2 3 0
Delmaa, ss 4 0 0 0 3 4 1
Smith, 0 4 110 3 6 0
Tozer, p 3 0 0 0 0 a 0
Totals '..-33 6 11 2 27 19 1
OAKLAND.
AB It H SB PO A B
Swander, rf 3 12 12 0 0
Wolverton. 3b 2 0 10 0 4 1
Magpart, If 4 0 10 3 0 0
Hopan. lb 4 0 1 0 10 1 0
Carroll, cf 3 0 0 0 10 0
Cutshaw. 2b 4 110 3 4 1
Wares, ss 4 n '-' 0 2 1"
, Thomas, c 3 0 2 0 5 10
1 Moser, p 3 110 110
1 Christian. 3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
> Harklns. p 1 0 0 0 0 10
, _____ _ __
Totals 31 3 11 1 27 10 2
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Los Angeles 0 00200300-
Base hits 1 0 13 114 0 0-.11
Oakland 0 0000 100-3
Base hits 0 0 112 4 3 0 0-11
SUMMARY.
i Three runs and ten hits on* Moser In six and
one-third Innings.
Home run—Wheeler. Two-bait hit—Moser.
! Sacrifice hits—Bernard, Howard, Moser. First
j base on called balls—Moser, 1; Tozer, 3; Har-
I kins, 2. Struck out—By Moser, 2; Tozer, 2;
I Harking, 1. Double play—Howard to Delmas
Ito Wheeler. Time—Two hours. Umpires—
j Haltren and Finney.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Toledo—First game: Kansas City
2, Toledo 0; second game: Toledo 11,
Kansas City 2.
At Indianapolis—lndianapolis 1, St.
Paul 6. ,
At Minneapolis—First game: Minne
apolis 9, Louisville 4; second game:
Minneapolis 6, Louisville 4.
At Columbus—First game: Columbus
0, Milwaukee 1; second game: Colum
bus 6, Milwaukee 7.
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JEFF SAYS NO TO
M'CARNEY'S OFFER
Former Champion Declares There
Is Nothing Doing for Quaker
City Promoter
JOHNSON TALK NOT FANCIED
Opinion Is That Promoter Rick
ard Is Arranging Return
Match with Champion
A little trifle like twenty thousand
bones will not tempt Jim Jeffries back
Into the squared circleat present.
The former champion, accompanied by
Tex Kid-aid, Jack Kipper and their
wives, arrived from his Catalina fish
iii!; trip yesterday, looking the picture
of health and apparently entirely re
covered from the Heno episode.
As soon as he struck town the big
boy was approached on the offer mado
by Billy McCarney of Philadelphia, In
which Jeffries was tendered either $20,
--000 or 40 per cent for his end. "Abso
lutely nothing doing," he replied to his
questioner. "I do not want to enter
the ring, and that settles it."
'What about a return match with
Johnson, Jell?" he was asked.
"That is something I don't care to
talk about at all," was the rather
brusque answer, and It took a switch
to the subject of hunting to get Jef
fries back In a talking mood. Whether
the one-time premier meant he cared
for DO more of the smoke's game, or
was simply awaiting a. more propitious
moment to announce his plans along
this line could not bo determined. The
latter is thought to be the dope.
The Jeffries plan at present calls for
a long period of hunting big game In
the mountains. Jeff Is besieged with
offers to Join parties about to trek
from the city to the wooded hills, and
Is greatly in favor of getting out in
the open. *
In all probability ho and Tex Rlekard
will organize a bunch of their own anil
be.1,1 for the Tehachapis. Tex, who
went to the beach last night, Is weary
of talking tight or promoting in any
form, and declares for a rest, which he
says is coming to him, considering the
Reno profits which are still to his ac
count in the bank. It Is thought, how
ever, the sagebrush magnate already
has Jeffries in line for a bout with
Johnson and is awaiting news from the
dinge before letting the public In on
the deal.
HENLEY TAKES ANOTHER
CONTEST FROM BEAVERS
Seals' Twirler Proves Too Much
for Northerners—McCredie's
Men Make Bungles
PORTLAND, 0r,.. July 24.—San
Francisco won today's came and the
series from Portland by a sots of 3
to 2. The local team, although it has
drawn heavily on Its stock of errors
during the past two days, seemed to
have a good assortment left, and used
them today with good effect—for San
Francisco. Henley, as usual, when he
pitches against Portland, had control
of the game throughout. Score:
BAM FRANCISCO
Alt R II SI) PO A E
Vltt. 31) • 4 0 0 0 12 0
Mohler, 21, 2 2 0 0 2 3 1
Lewis, ef 4 0 .2 10 0 0
Tennant, lb 4 0 1 0 10 0 0
Hoclle, If 4 ii 10 10 0
Melcholr, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 1
Berry, c 4 0 0 0 9 10
Show. ss ...2 10 0 4 4 0
Henley, p 1 000020
Totals 29 3 4 0 27 12 2
. PORTLAND
All It lt si; PO A B
Ryan, If 4 010200
ids, n. „ 4 0 0 0 2 10
Rappa, lb 4 000400
Sheehan, 31) 4 0 10 0 0 1
Casey, 2b •• 3 110420
Martlnk.-. rf 4 0 10 2 0 1
Spell, cf 4 12 0 5 0 0
Murray, 0 3 0 0 0 8 10
Krapp, p 11 0 10 0 3 1
Fisher, x 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 'I 2 7 0 27 7 3
■Batted for Murray In ninth.
SCORI. BY INNINGS
San Francisco 1 0200000 0-3
Base hits 1 0100101 o—4
Portland 0 0 0 10 0 10 0-3
llano hits " 2 0 2 0 0 3 0 o—7
SUMMARY
Struck -Krapp, t; Henley, 7. Bases on
ball. Krapp, 3. Two-base -Bpeaa, Bodia.
Double plays—Vitt to Berry to Tennant; Olson
to Caaey to Rapps. Sacrifice nits—Casey, Hen
ley. Stolen base—Lewis. Passed balls—Murray,
Merry. First base on errors— Francisco,
3; Porfhrnd, 1. Wild pitch—Krapp. Left "ii
base— Portland, 6; Ran Francisco, 4. Time,
1:30. Umpire—lHldebrand.

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