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Baseball, Racing, Boxing TEAMS BREAK EVEN ON DAY'S STRUGGLE Angels Connect with Morning Show, and Vernon Comes Back After Lunch KLEIN GIVEN CHANCE ON HILL Berry Sends Youngster Into Box and Opponents Fail to Solve His Curves SEALS BEAT SENATORS; FOUR TEAMS BREAK EVEN Clvb — Won. Lost. Pet. San Francisco "0 68 .547 Oakland 68 <;i .527 Portland 61 S3 .526 Vernon 66 60 .524 Los Angeles 63 67 .48.1 Sacramento 48 15 .300 RESULTS OF GAMES Los Angeles 5, Veroon 4. Vernon 4, Los Angeles 1. Oakland 4, Portland 2. Portland 1. Oakland 2. San Francisco 8. Sacramento 0. San Francisco 3, Sacramento 2. The Angela and Villagers went two heats to an even break yesterday, the morning epat at Doyle park going to Hen's hireling* by a 5 to 4 tally; and the Chutes contest being decided In favor of Vernon, 4 to 1. Neither feet waa what could be called blood curdling, and er rors were plenty common, nine being: recorded before lunch and six In the post meridian c hooting. Thorsen distinguished himself In the morn- Ing game by slowing up the Villagers for the time being and breaking in on their winning streak. The Angel twirler was slightly fav ored by luck, however, for his opponents gath ered eight hits on* his slants, which went for four runs. Willeit worked on the mound for Hogan, and held the Angels down to four very scattered safeties. He was scantily rewarded for this clever performance, however, for the Villagers came through with five misplay* and In one Inning allowed three men to get over the platter when all should have fallen by the wayside. The Haps were In turn handed the horse shoes In tho Chutes affair, and piled in a trio of noise producers off a stingy bingle. Perhaps Hogan thought more of the near life size picture of himself which was presented Just before the game began than Dillon did of his gift, for each' leader was handed a present by attaches of the Chutes and others. Cap and Hap doffed their ltds, smiled appreciation, and then weot ahead. Klein, the youngster Hen Berry picked up in Alameda a few weeks aijo, was allowed to go on the hill for two innings In the afternoon game, and presented a varied assortment of classy stock in trade. The contest was already beyond recall when the little fellow was given his chance, and while in the box Klein made good on every claim that has been made re garding his ability. Only one safe swat was garnered by the opposition while the kid was bending them over, and tho heaviest hitters on the Vernon lineup were unable to connect for healthy drives. Klein may be given a regular turn from now on, although Berry feels he ought to be nursed along for the rest of the season. Hltt and Castleton opened the game as op posing slabsters, and ea^h was extremely care fttl about giving anything away. The Angels broke in front, scoring in the opening halt of the fourth inning. They did not retain com mand long, for the Villagers came right back In their section of the frame and romped Into a lead which was not to be overcome. ANGELS BEGIN KARLY Action began with the first inning, the An gels coming close to hitting the bullieye. Daley drew four broad ones and stuck around the initial Back, while Ross popped to Hltt. Howard ripped off a double to left that al lowed Daley to reach third, and he was sent In to try and score on Wheeler's drive to Roy Brashear. The peg to the plate was made in plenty of time, killing iff Berry's chance for a tally. In the fourth inning Howard shot a single out past Burrell, and Wheeler laid down the prettiest kind of a sacrifice that went about six feet from the plate. Murphy fi>w to cen ter ftnd Howard stole third. Hogans bad peg to Burrell sent the pill way out to left field. and the runner kept, right on for the. first tally of the day. The Villagers went to work In their portion of the frame and soon had things their own way. Kitty Brashear walked and Brother Roy took one in the ribs for a chance to run. Cay's effort was fielded by Castleton to Hallinan to force Brash, liurrell slammed out a single to left and Murphy let the ball get through, Roy Brashear and Coy tallying. Lindsay waa out. Hallinan to "Wheeler. Hogan was safe when Wheeler dropped Hallinan'! tou. Hap used his noodle an.! drew a throw to get him off first, being blocked between l.as.-s and stalling: until after Hurrell had s.nre.l In the fifth Inning the suburbanites added another to their lint, all without a single safe swat. Carlisle was hit with the pill, and Stovall's grounder toward second was bungled by Howard. Daley retrieved the leather and threw wild to first, Carlisle registering. The hit and run with Kit Brashcar at the bat failed and Stovall was nailed. In the morning game the Angels ripened up with a fair burst of speed an i tallied right off the reel. They added another in the fourth, and In the fifth three runs more were chalked up, mainly because of Vernon's poor playing. Then the Villager! Nt together and in the sixth went through with a tally gathered as a result of two safe. hits. In the seventh they stuck on another, and Just to throw a scare into the Angela broke in again in the ninth frame and scored two men off a like number of hits. Jimmy Smith's batting was the feature of the wlndup, the Villager taking nasty's turn with the club and grabbing off a safe one when it was needed, later scoring with the winning run. The scores of both performances: HORNING GAME VI7RNON ah it H sn ro A c Carlisle, If 4 0 0 0 10 0 Stovall, cf .4 13 110 0 N. Braihear, 1b IS 0 1 0 13 0 1 B. Brashear, 21 3 0 0 0 4 4*9 Coy, rf 4 0 10 0 0 0 Burrell, 3b 4 0 0 0 2 3 2 Lindsay, as 3 110 2 3 0 Hogan, c 10 0 0 2 0 0 Hasty, c 0 0 <> 0 2 0 0 Willett, P 4 110 0 6 0 xJ. Smith 110 0 0 0 Totals 33 4 S i 27 18 5 LOS ANGELES ah r ii SB ro a c Daley, cf - 0 1 " I 1 0 0 Bernard, rf 1 110 10 0 Howard, 2b 4 10 0 0 4 0 Dillon, In 5 1 l 0 18 1 0 Murphy, If 4 10 0 3 0 0 Holllnan, 3b I ! 10 18 1 Delmas, as 200022 " H. Smith, c I o 0 ii 0 0 0 Thorten, p 3 n 0 0 .'4 0 Totals 32 r, 4 " -'7 11 1 xJ. Smith batted for Hasty In ninth inning. SCORE BY INNINGS Vernon 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 (I 5-4 I3a*e hits 111"., 2 0 12-8 Los Angeles 10 0 13 0 0 0 0-6 Base hits 10 1110 0 0 0-4 SUMMARY Three-base bit! -Daley, Wlllett. Two-bam hlts-N Urashear, J. Smith Sacrifice hits- Howard, Hogail, Daley, Sit,vail liases on balls-Off Willett, 6; off TH men, 2. Mru<k out _-By Will.lt, 3. Double play-R. Brashcar to K. Jfrash.ar. Wild pitch-WUlett. Hit by HERALD SPORTING PAGE STANDING OF THE CLUBS NATIONAL I.K.VUK Club— Won. Loft. Pet. Cicago 04 M -B«0 rittHlmnr 54 8* ■s*' New York »l 80 .581 rilartelpliia 47 47 .500 1 Cincinnati 47 49 .4!H) Hrooklyn 41 .")4 .433 St. Louis 89 B8 .404 Boston :« 08 -SO* AMERICAN LEAGUE Club— Won. I.out. Pet. Philadelphia '■•■■ 0.1 31 .667 liiiHton 80 39 .600 New York S3 42 .507 Detroit 56 43 .5001 Cleveland 44 50 .468! Washington 40 58 .408 I Chicago ....-i 38 88 .396 St. Louis 28 65 .301 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Club— Won. Lost. ret. Minneapolis 76 39 .661 (it. Paul 63 50 .558 Toledo 60 50 .345 Kansas City y.... M 58 „ .509 Columbus ,-..... SI .-.0 .477 Milwaukee 49 60 .450 Indianapolis 40 65 .415 Louisville 40 6!) .367 WESTERN LEAGUE Club— Won. Lost. Pet. Sioux City 66 39 .639 Denver 65 40 .619 Lincoln 57 45 .559 Wichita 59 47 .657 St. Joseph 56 61 .479 Omaha 48 59 .438 lies Molnes 40 59 .4:18 Topeka 31 68 .333 LEAGUE LEADERS TAKE 2 GAMES AT SACRAMENTO Ping Bodie Breaks Up Afternoon Show with Single in the Tenth Inning SACRAMENTO, Aug. 7.— Ping Bodle's siz zling single to center broke up this afternoon's game In the tenth inning, Jimmy Lewis, who had previously doubled, scoring the winning run, with a 3 to 2 score. The Seals took both games, Henley shutting out the Senators In the morning, 3 to 0. By ram, the former Princeton college man, who pitched for the Senators In the morning, showed up well, but was given ragged sup port. The largest crowd of the season saw Sutor pitch his second victory of the series in the afternoon. Baum was in good form, but bunching of hits by the Seals gave them vic tory. Scores: MORNTN'G GAME SAN FRANCISCO AB R If SB PO A E Vitt, 3b 4 0 10 2 0 0 Mohler, 5b 3 0 10 13 0 Lewis, cf 3 0 112 0 0 Tennant, lb 4 0 10 9 0 0 Bodle, If 3 113 0 0 0 Madden, rf 3 2 2 0 10 0 Berry, c 3 0 0 0 10 2 0 McArdle, as 3 0 112 3 0 Henley, p 4 0 0 0 0 3 1 Totals 30 3 8 5 27 11 1 SACRAMENTO AB R H SB PO A E Shinn, 2b 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 Helster, cf 4 0 0 0 0 11 Perry, If 3 0 0 0 110 Boardman, 3b 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 Hunt, lb 4 0 10 9 10 Brlggs, rf 4 0 10 2 10 Burns, ss 3 0 113 11 Splesman, c 3 0 10 6 4 0 Byram, p 8 0 0 0 15 0 Totals 30 0 4 1 27 16 3 SCORE BY INNINGS San Francisco 01000010 I—3 Bate hit* 121010111— Sacramento 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o Base hits 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 o—4 SUMMARY Two-base hits—Bodl?, Madden. Sacrifice hits Mohler, Lewis, Berry. Bases on nails—Off Byi*am, 3; off Henley, 1. struck out—By Hen 1< >"■ 10; Byram, 6 Passed ball— Splesman, Time of game—l:ss. Umpire—Van Haltren. AFTERNOON GAME SAN FRANCISCO AB R H SB PO A E Vitt, 3b 5 0 2 0 13 0 Shaw. 2b 5 10 112 1 I<ewls, cf 4 110 4 0 " Tennant, lb 5 0 2 0 4 0 0 Bridie, If 4 0 10 2 0 0 Madden, rf 5 12 0 3 0 0 Williams, c 5 0 0 0 11 3 1 McArdle, S3 10 0 0 4 0 0 Sutor, p 3 0 10 0 0 0 Totals 37 3 9 1 SO' 8 2 SACRAMENTO AB n ii SB po a E Shlnn, 2b 6 12 0 0 6 0 Holster, cf 4 0 2 0 3 0 1 Perry, If 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 Boa-dman. 3b 4 0 2 0 2 11 Brings, rf 5 0 0 0 10 0 Burns, ss 3 0 0 0 13 0 La Longe, c 4 0 10 2 2 0 Bpleunan, lb 3 0 0 0 16 0 • Baum, p 8 1 0 0 0 5 « Totals 35 2 7 0 »20 17 I •Sutor hit by batted ball. SCORE BY INNINGS San Francisco 0 00001 I—3 Base hits „.. 010002301 2-3 Sacramento 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 o—2 Base hits (10 10 2 1110 I—7 SUMMARY Three-base hit—Shinn. Two-ban hits—Ten nant (2), Vitt, Lewis, Bolster, Bases on balls —Off Bourn, 1; off Sutor. 6. Struck out— Baum, 3; by Butor, 9. Hit by pitched ball — M ami, ■. Time of came—l:so. Umpire—Van Haltren. ** * ♦♦♦«$. * * *♦•!♦** ♦$• *♦♦♦> + ; pitched Carlisle. Time of game—l:33. Umpires—Hlldebrand and Flnney. AFTERNOON GAME VERNON AB Ii H SB PO A X Carlisle, If « 110 0 0 0 Stovall, cf 4 0 0 0 10 0 N. Brashear, lb 3 0 0 0 18 0 0 i: Brashcar, 2b 110 0 14 0 Coy, rf 3 10 0 2 0 0 Burrell, 3b 1110 2 3 0 I.ml.ay, ss 3 0 10 14 0 Hogan. c 3 0 0 0 5 11 Hltt, P 3 0 ii 0 12 0 Totals M 4 3 0 27 14 1 LOS ANGELES AB It H KB PO A E Daley, cf 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 Ross, rf 4,if)oooo Howard, 2b 4 12 117 1 Wheeler, Ib 3 " " 1 16 0 2 Murphy. If 3 0 10 0 0 1 Hiilllnan, 3b 3 0 10 2 4 0 I). Una-. IB S 0 0 0 1 2 0 Orendnrff. c 2 0 0 '220 11. Smith, o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Castleton, p 2 « " " " 3 " Klein p 10 0 0 0 10 xßoth I_JJ _V _? " Total! -' 1 4 - 24 19 '" xßoth batted for Orendorff In seventh inning. SCORE BY INNINGS Virm , n 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 «-4 ißaio hit's" 00110010 •-! Js Angeles :.. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 Base hits 10 0 10 0 2 0 0-4 SUMMARY Two hits and four runs made off Castleton In y\x InnlngK. Two-base hits-Howard. Bac rlfico hits-Wheeler, Jiurrell. Bases on balls- Oil Hltt, l: off fasti, ton. 2. Struck out-By inn i Hit by pitched ball—R. Braihear, Carlisle. Time of game-1:60. Umplres-F!n ney and Hlldebrand, LOS ANGELES HERALD: MOiSDAY MOKMMJ, AUGUST 8, 1910. OAKLAND AND PORTLAND DIVIDE HONORS OF DAY Commuters Have Things All to Themselves in Morning. Lose After Lunch SAN" FRANCISCO, Aug. T.—Oakland split the difference with Portland in the double header today and marched away with the series. In the morning at Oakland the trans-bay aggregation fell on Seaton for seven hits and had the came all to them .srhi>s. winning 4 to 2. Portland took the afternoon game, 1 to 0. Scores: MORNING GAME PORTLAND AB R H SB FO A E Ryan, cf 6 o 3 l 2 o o Olsm, ss 5 0 1 U 4 3 0 Kapps. lb 4 0 0 0 12 0 0 Fisher, G 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 Casey, lib 4 0 0 o 1 1 0 Sheehan. 3b 4 1 2 0 0 2 0 Speas, If 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Ort, rf 3 ' 1 2 0 3 0 0 Ort, rf 3 1 2 0 3 0 0 Si-aton. p 3 0 1 1 0 4 0 McCredie, I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 2 10 2 24 13 0 OAKLAND AB R H SB PO A E Hogan. cf 4 1 3 0 0 1 0 Wares. S3 1 0 0 0 2 4 0 Maggert. If 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 Cameron, lb 3 l o o 16 o o Wolvarton, lb ... 4 0 2 o 0 3 X, Cutshaw, ;b .... 3 o 0 0 4 1 0 Carroll, rf - 0 0 0 1 0 0 Thomas, c 3 0 0 0 3 1 0 Lively, p 8 1 1 0 0 10 1 Totals 26 4 7 0 27 21 I xßatted for Seaton in ninth. SCORE BY INNINGS Portland 00001100 0 — 2 Base hits 1 0 2 0 3 i 0 1 I—lo1 —10 Oakland 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 •— 4 Base hit 10 4 0 10 0 1 •— T BUMHARY Two-base hits—Maggert, Ryan. Sheehan. Hosran Sacrifice hit?— Wares. 3. Bases on ball, —Off Lively, 2; off Seaton. 3. Struck out—By Lively. 3; by Seaton, 1. Hit by pitcher—Carroll. Passed hall—Fisher. Time —1:60. Implre—McGreevy. AFTERNOON GAME PORTLAND AB R H P¥ PO A X Ryan, cf 4 0 1 » 0 0 .0 Olscn. ss 3 U 1 0 1 - U Happs lb 1 1 1 0 7 0 0 Casey. 2b 3 0 1 0 3 2 (I Sheehan. 3b 3 (l 0 0 v 0 0 gpeas, if 4 o o o l o o Ort. rf ..; 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Murray, o I 0 0 (I 15 3 0 Gregg, p 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 Totals S8 1 4 0 27 10 0 OAKLAND AB R H SB PO A E Hogan. cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Wares fS 4 0 1 0 0 7 0 Maggert. If 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 Cameron, lb .... 2 0 0 0 12 2 0 Wolverton. 3b..3 0 1 0 1 3 0 Ctltshaw, 2b 3 0 0 0 4 4 0 Carroll, rf 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 Mttze, c 3 0 0 0 3 3 0 Nelson, p 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 Harklns, x 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 27 0 3 0 »Jt 18 U •I'aaey out. stepping over plate. xßat for Nelson in ninth. SCORE BY INNINGS Portland 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—l Base hits 20000000 2—4 Oakland 00000000 o—o Base hits 20001000 o—3 SUMMARY Two-base hit —Rapps. Sacrifice hit —Olsen. Basis on balls—Off Gregg, 1; oft Nelson, 2. Struck out—By Gregg. 14: by Nelson, 4. Hit by pitcher—Rapps. Nelson. Double play — Murray to Olsen to Sheehan. Wild pitch— Nelson. Time—l:4". Umpire—McGreevy. BILLINGS GOING AFTER WORLD'S WAGON RECORD Noted Harness Horse Owner Will Drive at Big Cleveland Meeting NEW YORK. Aug. 7.—C. K. G. Billings, owner of Lou Dillon, has gone to Cleveland to drive his trotter, Uhlan, 2:02%, at the opening of the grand circuit meeting there tomorrow, in an attempt to lower the world's record to wagon without the aid of a wind shield. T1,,. r Hi> !:O8!4, made by Major Delmar Mr. Bllliiißs deftly drove l'hlan a mile to wagon in 8:02%, nut tlie performance was made at an amateur meeting and was not a tech nical record. Vhlnn trotted a mile to a sulky a few days ago in 2:oo'i, which Ii faster than any other hone lias ever ihown in public or private without a wind shield. SEA LIONS TOO HEAVY A LOAD FOR PIONEERS REDONDO BEACH, Aug. The Pioneer Truck team ml unable to handle its load today when it sought to move the Baa Won* from their winning streak. Masterly pitch ing by both Clark and Cummlnga kept the lilts (scattered, and but for an epidemic of error! the (tame might have continued until dark Bharkey, at the first sack, inaugurated •i noise In the grandstand when he made an ascension of nearly five feet and harpooned Bouetfi high throw. Bouett later redeemed himself by gaffing Leahy's hot grounder and smuggling the ball to first in time for a SS2&. S3 1 0 .4 0 0 0 0 -5 RnaA him 0 1-0 3 1 0 0 0 — Pi"neer Truck. 0 0 0 2 0 0 10 0-3 Uase hits 0 0 110 0 10 1-4 WIELANDS TAKE FAST GAME FROM MERCHANTS The Wielands overwhelmed the South Cen tral Merchants en the Thirty-eighth and ilameda street diamond yesterday afternoon to, score of 12 to 2. The South Centrals started off with a four hit. two run rally In the first epoch, only to drop the lead to the brewers in the second when the Wleiand ers got busy and collected a couple of hits a few error! and sent four tallies over the pan \.una, the Wteland twlrler, sent the sphere out for a homer and the opposing mound artist, Bell, lobbed the horsehtde out for a three Backer. Score: „,,,., Wielands 0 3 0 3 0 0 3 2 '—12 '" hiti ' ••••a nio»n «-i-> B' C Merchants. 2 00000000-2 liase hits -.2 10 10 0 0 2 0-6 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Kansas City-Kansas City, 1-7; LouU [. Paul St. Paul, Ii Columbus, 2. \t Milwaukee-Milwaukee, 4; Indianapolis, 5. V Minneapolis- Minneapolis. 3; Toledo, i. It'ii aa ««T to ••our* a Bargain In a und automo"'.. through want advertising, a. It ije<j to be-aad etIU U-to eecum a hor». carriage. AMERICAN LEAGUE CHICAGO. Aug. 1.-VA Walsh held Wash ington to two hits, both made by Conrey. and Chicago won, 4 to 0. The batting of Meloan. the recruit, featured. Score: Chicago 4, hits 9, errors 1. Washington 0. hits 2, errors 3. Batteries-Walsh and Fayne; Groom, Meyer and Beckendorff. .SETROIT, Aug. 7.—Detroit made It three straight from New York today, winning 4 to 1. Summers deserved a shutout, but lost It through ragged support. Score: New York I, hits S, errors 1. Detroit 4, hits *, errors 6. Batteries -Hughes and Mitchell; Summers and Schmidt. ST. LOt'IS. Aug. 7.—Philadelphia, through the splendid work of Coombs today, shut out St. Louis. 6 to 0. He struck out 9 men. Lake was hit hard In the third Inning. The Held was wet and soggy. Score: St. Louis 0, hits 5, errors 1. Philadelphia 6. hits 11, errors 1. Batteries—Lake and Stephens; Coombs and Livingstone, BLUE LAWS MAY DRIVE OUT NEW YORK BASEBALL State League Cannot Continue Without Playing Scheduled Sunday Contests UTICA. H. T.i Aug. 7.—"Unless Sunday baseball Is permitted in the New York State league it is extremely doubtful whether the league will continue after this season," Bald President John H. Farrell following a meet- ing of league representatives this afternoon. The meeting was called by President Far rell to consider the agitation against Sun day games in the state. "The league," said Farrell, "Is now costing $24,(W0 a month. To go on with this sea son's schedule, which will close September 17, will, without Sunday games, cost the league at least 05,000. But the members of the league have decided to give the people the promised schedule. However, the league cannot exist without Sunday baseball, and without It no games can be had after the close of the season. It Is therefore up to the baseball loving people to see that Sun day baseball games are permitted another rear." CITY LEAGUE PLAYERS STAR IN TRIO OF GAMES Nadeaus- Nationals and Blinns Are Victors and Former Take Leadership CITY LEAGUE Club— Won. Lost. Pel. Nade«u» 4 1 .800 Hat Box 4 1 .800 Radiums 8 i .«00 Nationals 8 2 -800 | lllinn * 3 .400 South Hollywood 0 5 .000 The Nadeau club defeated the South Holly- Garden diamond. The feature of the game was the batting of H. Graham, who got three doubles and on" single out of five times at bat. Rhodes twirled a good game for his club, but lost through errors by his teammates at critical moments. Nadeaus 9, hits 7, errors 4. Hollywood 4, errors 4. Batteries— Fullager and H. Graham; Khoads, Pepping. Umpire— Hoag. At Radium Springs the score resulted In a 5 to 2 contest infavor of the National Lumber team. Rankln and Durate were the stars with the willow, the former getting a three and the latter a two-saeker. There were so many dou ble plays in the score sheets of the winner that the scorere could not keep up with them. DeMagglo and Nelson starred for the win ners and showed they were In a class by them selves. Radium Springs 5. hits 7, errors 4. Nationals 5, hits 7, errors 5. Batteries— and Valdez: Shonley and Finley. Umpires—Danlles and Hopkins. On the Twenty-fifth and Alameda diamond yesterday afternoon the Blinn Lumber company 'defeated the Hat Box club by tb» shutout route, the score being 2 to 0. The feature of the game was the pitching of Pratt and Olsen and the sensational running catch of Kunzler in left field. The gam.? will go on record as being the fastest ever played this season in the City league. liattrrles—Pratt an 1 Garcia; Olson and Townes. Umpire^-Bradshaw. LONG BEACH LEAPS INTO LEAD OF THE SO. STATE Newly Initiated Beach Aggrega tion Wins from Andres Team and Shows Great Form SOUTHERN STATE LEAGUE Club— Won. Lost. Pot. Long Beach ' » •'•><> Hughes 8 4 .61M Andre N 8 5 «JJ Whittler 1 5 JM Sim I'edro 6 7 .404 Kar.vilen » 8 . «:t aoldunttiui 3 8 .n& HUGHES TEAM WINS On the Vernon diamond the Hushes nine defeated the Recycles by a score of 4 to 3. The feature of the tame was the fielding of Rlley and Miller, each covering his posi tion in big league style. Don Smith for the winners twirled in line style, allowing but I two hits and strllclnjr out eight of his op ponents Carl Sawyer and I'urland for the winners connected with the ball for two sin gles apiece, McClain, the Hughes' new hack stop showed up well behind the bat. Hughes 4, hits 10, errors 6. Racyclei 3. hits 2. errors 3. Batteries— Hughes—Smith. McSlaln; Ra cyc Clark, Sankey. Umpire. Proctor. ANDRES DEFEATED Long Beaoh .lefeated the Andres Brother! on the seaside diamond In an eleven Inning (same by the wore of 7 to «. Leonard and Wilkinson sent the »pht*e out for two base*. Knur pitchers were on the mound. Lequln, Myers, Crossman and Hatch l.equln struck out leven; Myers three, Crosgman four and Hatch four. WHITTIER WINS AGAIN AM PEDRO, Auk. 7.—The Whittle,- team defeated the Redraen In a well x-layed gam* here this afternoon by a «core of 6 to 1. Mom teams were tied for fourth place and snappy ball «as played throughout the game. The features were four fast double play» made by the Redmen '> i JUNIOR LEAGUE PROGRAM IN FULL SEASON SWING Eight Teams Line Up for Second Day's Play and Leaders Hold Position :; ' Club— Won. Lost. rot. ?:rnon.-y.y.v.7...:::::.. ; • i.-oju Simmon » ..}.' >«•» Hornet 1 . J ?9« Merchants J « '™° Echo Parks 1 1 •*» Central* « ° •00° NELKB WIN OVER MERCHANTS By the one-sided score of 14 to 5 the Nelks grocery team won from the-. Tenth Street Merchants on the Sixth and Alexander dia mond. • The game was fast throughout, not withstanding that Kid Mohler tried to de velop himself Into a pitcher. He was hit hard and before he retired In the seventh spasm seven runs were secured off his delivers. The heavy hitting of Merry was of high class caliber with a single, two doubles anil a triple out of five trips at hat. Tcmpleton, mound artist for the winners, struck out eleven of his opponents, while Dudley and Mohler each fanned seven. Nelks 14. hits 10, errors 3. Merchants 5. hits 3, errors 5. ', Templeton, Cook; Mohler, Dud ley and McOrlllo. - :; HORNETS DOWN SLAUSONS The Hornets, notwithstanding that they worn defeated by a large score last Sunday, came through victorious yesterday on the Slauson avenue diamond and advanced a peg In the percentage column. The score was 4 to 3. Both teams played well throughout and several sensational plays were executed by both clubs. Little Peter Hill, the fast third sacker of the winners, sent the sphere out for a home run. The game showed that -there was class among the pitchers, for Donovan and Max on the mound twirled good games for their teams. The former struck out seven and the latter eight. Umpire Robinson came near getting sent to the hos pital by the airship route, for after the game several rowdies took the liberty of 'marring his classic features, and as a result there was ■ battle royal on the public high way, but friends parted the warring con testants before much damage was done. Hornets 4. hits 13, errors 5. Slausons 3. hits 5, errors 1. lotteries— and Herbster; Max and Miller. BOYLES WIN FROM CENTRALS The Boyle Heights club won from the Cen trals by the score of In to 8 on their diamond at Fourth and Indiana. Lyons, the Central twirler. was knocked out of the box in the second Inning and before he retired the win ners had scored eight runs'. M. Leahy went into the box and showed by his delivery that he had a little more than Lyons and kept his opponents guessing. The feature of the name was the heavy stick work of Guest, who made two three baggers with the stations full and won the game for his team. Boyle Heights 10. hits 9. errors 3. Centrals 8, hits 7, errors 4. Batteries— Murphy and B. Leahy; Lyons, M. Leahy and Mellville. VERNONS DEFEAT ECHOS The Vernons defeated the Temples yester day afternoon in on.- of the best Junior sanies played this season on the Crown Hill diamond by the score of E to 4.. The game was exciting from start to finish and was any ones game up to the last of the eighth Inning There was more excitement than a droua among the little fellows and they played like big leaguers throughout the con test. Twlrler Reynolds for the winners pitch ed a heady (sibe and was good In retiring his opponents by the strikeout route, nine of the Echo Parks being benched by Reynolds' "etr rible" benders, lilgler. picking 'em off the bat for the winners, showed excellent form for a youngster. Vernons r., hits 8, errors 0. Echo Parks 4, hits 7, errors 1. rtatterles-Reynolds and Blg-l.er; Janssen and Roberts. SANTA BARBARA PLANS GREAT YACHTING EVENT Program Promises Week's Car nival for Lovers of Wind- Chasing Game The program for the week's yacht ra-lng at Santa Barbara has Just been announced and the enthusiasts of the wind-chasing sport will have the chance of a lifetime for a week's carnival of the sport they love. The program will be as follows: Saturday, Aug. 13 —Start of the race front Ban Pedro at 10 o'clock. Race to Santa" Barbara for the Commodore Smith cup. At 6 o'clock the start of the race to Santa iinii.ua for cruising power yachts for the Santa Barbara Yacht club cup. At 9 o'clock the start for the race to Santa Barbara for speed launches for the Santa Barbara Yacht club cup. Tuesday. Aug. 16—At 10 o'clock the rac ■ for sueed launches will start from Santa Barbara on a 12-mile course for the Santa Barbara committee cup. At 11 o'clock the race tor cruising- power yachts over course to be solected. for cup offered by Santa Barbara committee. Wednesday. Aug. 17—At 10 o'clock will he held the arbitrary handicap fur ail power boats, for cupn offered by Santa Barbara committee. ■ At " o'clock the start of races for all sail- Ing clashes as follows: Division 1. Universal rule classes 1.. M and N: division 2. Univer sal rule classes P. Q and It sloops; division S classes P. Q and K. yawls; division I. Santa Barbara Yacht club 15-footer«. For cups offered in all four divisions by Santa Barbara committee, On Thursday. Aug. 18—At 2 o'clock the staff for the open race, all sailing classes, for Santa Barbara club challenge cup; win ner to have name inscribed on cud and to receive a medal In commemoration. On Friday. Aug. IS—At L' o'clock the start of arbitrary handicap, open to all sallin;, yachts which have competed In previous races, handicap! based on past performance. For Santa Barbara chamber of commerce perpetual cup. _ FERNANDOS LOSE FAST GAME TO LOCAL GRAYS When the Pan Fernando baseball team tan el.,l with th. l/is AJlfelei drays on the Kan Fernando diamond yesterday afternoon they ran UP "Kalnsi the real thing In the baseball line, dropping the name to the visitors by the score of 8 to 2. Pitcher Kyle of the vlsitlnK Cll i proved Invincible at all lUf« of the con test, and only for the seven errors behind him would have shut r.u> his opponents. Not only ,V(J he a Itar In lh<- Ik-Id, but also gathered In all the honors with the stick, getting a home run and a triple The score: 1. \ Crass 0 2323000 0-8 Has.- hits 13 3 2 3 0 0 0 o—ll San Fernando 101 000000-2 nase hits 10 10 0 0 10 0-3 WESTERN LEAGUE At Denver—Denver, 2; Dcs Molnea, 3. At St. J"M"j>h ;;t Joseph, 2-S; Ohmaha, 3-2. At Topeka—Topska, 2-5; Lincoln, 6-11. At Wichita—Wichita. 7-5; Sioux City, 1-7. Amateur Sports, Athletics SUNDAY MORNING LEAGUE Club— Won. Lest. It. Euclid. * - ■•" llj ■>•.-« I » * ■"'" «rr«t Easterns « « . *& lT»nhoes v .'.... -2 8 - -*11 The Dyas-Cllnes boosted themselves to the top of the Sunday Morning league. standing by defeating the Euclid* in a fast contest on the Mace park diamond yesterday after noon by a score of » to 5. The winning ag gregation put up a great blngllng play and ■hoved the tallies over with long hits in bunches. The score: • Dvas-Cllnes 10202040 o—9 Base hit 2 0 2 10 2 4 0 o—ll Eurllds 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0— , Base- hits -H_i 1 0 1 0 0 2 10—6 The Great Easterns i>ut another over on the downtrodden Ivanhoes yesterday fit Ath letic park by a score of 6 to 4. The game was a snappy contest and the errors at criti cal points had a great deal to do with the also-rans losing. The score: . • Great Easterns 13000110 •— Base hits 2 5 0 0 0 2 1 0 «-10 Ivanhoes 00004000 o—4 Base hits ■■ 10 00 4 10 o—B PI-PICKERS WILL TRY SKILL IN BALL TOSSING Local Composing Room Teams Will Hook Up in Spectac ular Fray at Mace The type sllngerJNif The Herald and Exam iner will mingle In a melodramatic version of the national game at Mace park this afternoon, and from the .gigantic prepara tions made for the contest It looks like a big event. Back lota all over the city have 1-oen rented, begged, borrowed and stolen during 'he paßt week to put In some strenu ous pmcllce for the muchly billed affair, and The Herald staff of balltossers have de veloped the flood tide of skill until there Is little doubt that their rival pi-plokeri will be swamped In. the nine oulpourlngs of strenuuua ball chasing this afternoon. Constant practice In the composing room In tossing an "f" or 'V across the room without Its sliding down into another box has given the artists of the point and stick confidence in their ability at tossing the larger object and they expect to surprise even themselves with double plays, blngles, bun gles, crabbing and all the various depart ments that make up the perfect ball fray. The Herald lineup is a sight for sore eyes, and the publication of the nine ball halters has been suppressed until the victim was firmly placed under contract to play. The all-star, all-winning squad will be operated as follows: Hawley, left field; Somerset, center field: McCoy, right field; Crlswell, first base; Ran xnnl, «ecun<W base: Uelarme. shortstop; Kratka, third base; Young, catcher; Garrett, pitcher. LORES TAKE NINTH WIN IN SEASON'S SCHEDULE The score of 9 to 8, with the Anderson-Lores on th« long end. hardly tells the story of the Fiard fought contest that waged between the Lores and the Teddy Bears at Athletic park yesterday afternoon. The game was anybody contest until the final out. Only the heavy clouting of Oberles, Smithy and Leonard gave the contest to the Lores. A long homer by Oberles gave hl.-f'the stick honors of the day. Out of ten games played, this makes nine vic tories for the Anderson-Lores. The score: Anderson-Lore 0 0 8 0 5 10 1 •- 9 Base bit* 1 0 I 2 6 0 0 3 ■•-14 Teddy Hears 0 0 »008 1 0 0—« Hase hits 2 0 12 0 4 2 0 8-13 YOUNG WOMEN SAVE MOTHER FROM FIRE Carry Her to Safety and Then Turn in Alarm PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 7--Awak ened by the reflection of a flre in the grocery next door to their home. Misses Mary and Sellna Molineux carried their 77-year-old invalid mother from the house when the flames threatened to destroy their dwelling. Then the two young women sent in an alarm and saved the store from destruction. The flre started at 3:30 o'clock and was well under way when Miss Mary Molineux awoke and saw the glare of the flames. Barrels of oil and dry, empty boxes in the rear of the grocery store added fuel to the flre. The rear end of the building was burned away and part of the brick main structure of the store. Several hundred dol lars' worth of newly made garments in the rooms of Mrs. C. Tiers, a dress maker on the second floor of the build ing wore destroyed. The clubrooms of the Delta Phi Sigma, on the third floor, were badly damaged. George C. Worthington, proprietor of the store, was at his country house at Parksvillc when the flre occurred. His loss will reach $3000. The damage to the Molineux reside ue will amount to $500. . WHY THE SNIFFER SNIFFED •"Vo you see that may going along with his head n the air. sniffing with his nose?" "Yes; I know him." "I suppose he believe In taking in the good, pure ozone.*' "No: he's hunting for a motor garage. — Suburban Life. EST. 8900 Da. QATLIN lI2SS G d A nd AYE L°S ANSELES INSTITUTE H25 S.GRAND AM6. CAurORNIA BR'D'Y 1377 c«//, pao«« or write HOME F1022 COLUMBINE FIRST IN SUNSET EVENT Commodore Mitchell's Crack Yacht Leads Mischief I Home at Long Beach ALERT MAKES GOOD SHOWING Santa Barbara Craft Finishes in Good Time—Mah-pe Meets with Mishap BERT S. COLEMAN Tn full sight of the tw*\. at the Hotel Vlr pinla ami thou Minds of spectators on the ocean front at Long Beach, the first race for the him Isome Vlrslnla cup was sailed yesterday rftarneon by boats of the Sunset Yacht club. The contest waa won nfter a boautlful atruK- Kli' by the Columbine, sailed by Commo.!ore Mitchell. In 1 hour 2f> minutes and 8 sec onds, over the twelve-mile course. Than was a llsht breeze, which freshened shortly after the start, and the entries made a grand picture on the blue water in front of the big hotel, from which point of vantage the raco could be seen from start to finish. Dos ens of yachts followed the contestants around the course and gave the Impression that there were at least twelve entries. There were only five, however, I and the latter simmered down to four when the Mah-pe, with her usual luck, came to grief two minutes before the starting gun by bumping the yawl Arrow, which was pr paring to follow the racers. Tho Mah-pe had a splendid chance to win the race and great regret resulted from her mishap. She had too many men on board for the yachting rules and endeavored to put a couple aboard the Arrow. In doing so she carried away her spreader. This put her out of the race, because the hollow mast bent Ilka a pipe-stem in the breeze, and it would have gone overboard if sh> had attempted to flatten her sheets. 4 ALERT RIIOWB CLASS The Alert, the new craft which is expected to do wonders at tho Santa Barbara races, commencing next Saturday, was entered In the race twenty minutes before the starting gun I • Don Leach and Joe. Fugh, who were sail- Ing her. She had never been measured, how ever, and as this Is required at least twenty four hours before a race, she did not became a factor In the contest for the cup. She aroused much.. Interest, however, a.i her trip yesterday was her maiden race and she showed that sh» had considerable speed, especially when the. wind began to freshen. She was the third boat to finish, the Columbine and the Mischief I leading her over the line with a comfortable margin. As her measurements are unknown, It Is yet a mystery where she stood under cor rected time. . ' The Columbine sailed a pretty race with the !*l«chlef I In the first lap of the Blx-mlle tri angular course. The Mischief beat her around the first flag by a coupl- of lengths, but when the commodore's boat spread her balloon jib and started for the third flag she drew ahead and held a "rood lead until the finish. The Mischief could point a little higher, but when Mitchell pu» his boat a point or no off the wind he ran away from the fleet as though It were standing still. The Venua, jailed by Johnnie Farnum. wan first over the line at the start, but being a smaller boat, she soon dropped to the rear and lent all her-efforts to get home in time to make her allowance count. Walter Horn, In the Diana, followed the contestants around the course with a party of friends. Hie boat showed up so well along with th» others that he declares he will throw the engine out of her, pack on more sail and be In with the best of tern for next year, as the Diana has good racing lines if she Is pushed. The Idler, ex-Commodore Bradley* handsome new yawl. Walter- Fol som'B Mlchlef 11, and a fleet of other sailing craft from the South Coast club followed the contestant around the course, taking a deep interest In the event. The launch Nellie, packed to her capacity with sightseers, fol lowed the yachts for several miles. CUB PROSPECTS BRIGHT The Olita. another entry in the race, made a fair run of It and was only a few minutes behind the crack yachts of the Sunset club, which 1h taking hold of the sport with leaps and hounds. So many handsome cups are being put up for the club r«c«s that outside yachtsmen are beginning to look hungrily at the array and each week new yachts are be ing entered into this club, which haa a big flort already, although only a few months old. . The Virginia cup has to be won twice by the" some boat before It Is presented, and the tecond race will be pulled off In about three weeks, the races continuing until the cup Is lifted permanently by some contestant. The club has five more "mugs" in Bight to be raced for during the rest of the season and there will he a race nearly every 'week In front of the Virginia hotel from now on until September. It Is probable that the Alert and lhi> Slwash will be the only Sunset Yacht club boats taking In the Santa Bar bara races, as there is some handicap agalnat th~ club's other boats In the use of tha universal nil* at the Santa Harbara races. The yachts entered In the race yesterday ami their time follows: Mah-pe, scratch, did not start: Columbine, 7-3,5 handicap, corrected time 1:20:08; Mis chief I, handicap 12:30, corrected time 1:21:4:1; Venu.-i, handicap 1S:48, corrected time 1.23:30; Ollta, handicap 17:24, corrected time 1:30:15. The race started sharp at 1:80 o'clock and the Columbine made the twelve miles In 1:57 M; Mlsrhitl. 3:14:19: Venus, 3:12:18; Ollta. 3 l!i (17 Intemt whs aroused over the fact that the Alert, which was trying out her sped, finished »t 3:09:43. ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS At a meeting of the lodge in a "way back" village a member suggested that cuspidors be secured. "I move, Mr. President," said an ever ready member, "that the executive committee be empowered to employ two competent cuspidors to serve during the ensuing year."—Everybody's.