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LATE HAPPENINGS IN SPORTDOM
VERNON WINS ONE,
ANGELS ANOTHER
Morning Game Forfeited to Los
Angeles, and Villagers Annex
Afternoon Struggle
BATTLE FOR LEADERSHIP
IS SPOILED BY SHOWERS
Rain at Portland yesterday spoiled the
nice little fight the Beavers and Oaks
were liming for the leadership of the
league. All week the teams zigzagged
for supremacy, and it was anybody's
heat for the series honors when shower.,
slipped down to terminate the most In
teresting struggle on the circuit.
And maybe those despised Senator*
didn't hand the Seals something like a
beating, rive out of »even on foreign
grounds Is going some, and since Gra
ham's sang made that record in their
bouts with San Francisco they ought to
be handed the prize.
The same thing happened here, when
Hogan's hirelings beat Berry's boys for
ffie of the seven contests. This made
business brisk up and down the line.
. I'm Hand taking three of the five games
played on their lot.
There will be nothing on the local lot
until Wednesday, when the Oaks hook
up with' the Villagers. The Seal* and
Angels onvn in the northern city Tues
day, and /Sacramento tackle* Portland
in the casual city. I'his Is the way
they stand today:
Club— Won. Lost. Pet.
Portland „.. 85 '3 -ft6s
Oakland ... • 1«2 S3 .'>.'> 1
San FranolWO »0 M .519
Venus .. „. »1 M •*<«
Los Angeles 00 88 .478
Sacramento „ 70 109 .800
XESTEBDAX'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 0, Vermin 0 (forfeited).
Vernon 3. Los Angeles 0.
Sacramento — San Francisco —.
San Francisco —, Sacramento —. '
Portland-Oakland game postponed;
ruin.
The Villagers and the Angela broke
even on the final play of the home
team aeries, the morning affair being
awarded by Van Haltren to Los An
geles, 9 to 0, when Hogan and his war
riors began to play for time. In the
afternoon a moment's weakness on the
part of the so-called invincible Walter
Nagle resulted in a rally on the part
of the Hoganites, which landed a 3
to 0 score with the Dillonltes on the
wrong end of the tally,
Castleton'a hoodoo succumbed at
last, although it came dangerously
near being another tale of woe for tho
Angel band until the tenth came
around and the cherubs sent two over.
That duo of tallies made Happy green
with envy and tho village scout be- j
gan to delay the play in order that
those two same tallies might be thrown
out "ii account of the unfinished in- j
ning. But Van arose in wrath and
Bent Happy's hopes to the ground with
a forfeiture of the contest to the Dil
lonites,
Both t ill. is. Castleton and Schafer,
were in real heaving form on the Doyla
turf and the other sixteen ball-tossera
handled the sphere in errorless lash
ion. Delmas slid Into second in the
ninth and twisted his ankle bo that
Deakina and Nait had a chance to
come Into the limelight again. As
Del had not sufficiently recovered
from the injury by the time the after
noon game was called, Nast acted in
the capacity of shortstop, and although
two errors were chalked against his
name, neither was costly and the fans
had several chances to give him the
glad hand.
•/, t VEBXON TAUJES IX FOURTH
Vernon made her first tally in the
fourth division. Burrell -singled to
left, went to second on a wild pitch,
advanced to third on Ross' out, Cas
tleton to Dillon, and crowed the plate
when Koy Brashear went down, Del
mas to Dillon.
The Angela annexed one in the first
of the ninth after two were out. Hal
iirian tingled to left, went to second
on a sacrifice by Nast and scored on
Delmas' drive to left field.
In the first of the tenth Dal' began
with a single to left, Nast sacrificed,
Sehafer to Kitty Brashear, putting
Pete on the stone, and aft<
Wheeler flew out to Ross, Dillon dou
bled and sent Pete home, Pop suc
ceeded in i tea ling third and home
without much trouble and iin:'.in, two
scon a in the rear, began the di lay
stunt which forfeited the game.
Six innings went by in the Chutes
affair without a rum.ci coming with
in sight of the homo plate. Then
Judge Nagle became easy to the V- r
nonltea and the game was won. Bur
rell singled to left In the seventh to
begin the trouble, went to second on a
sacrifice by l: ns, omith to Dillon,
proceeded to third when Nasl dropped
Naglo'a peg to tha keystone and
crossed the rubber for i lie first tally
on a sacrifice by Hoy Braaheer.
Kitty Brashoar watched one of the
judge's rare groove balls come wab
bling toward the plate in the eighth
inning and swung hard, the ball van
ishing " eh i d the left field fence. Car-
Bon made the third tally when ho
slammed the- sphere over second and
made good use of Carlisle's double to
the right field fence.
Carson outpointed Nagle In. every
phase of the program and held the
visiting Angela ;,t his merry through
nut tin fray, Th tabulated score of
both games follow:
MOIiMNO GAME
ra,-,.5, ( , cf : Ul n 'o'-KM Eo
i „
Burrell, 3b 4 i i „ 3 s (l
Bom. if a o <•. ,> „ ( , n
K. Braihtar, :i i o o i) i :> „
<'ny. rt 3 Hindoo
>.' Praanear, 11• :i ,-, i, n j,, j { ,
Lindsay, k» i o 1 d 3 4 0
Brown, a :i n .. 0 4 ■; a
HrhafrT, p '1 (\ 0 0 1 j 0
•Hoap, If 1.000000
■ Total* !l 1 4 0 27 n fl
■Ml It H SH I'D A F.
Dairy, cf < 11 j 0 .1 1, •■
livrnardr rf i 0 i 0 11 0 0
Nast, an nd n' 2 (1 1 0 1 0* 0
Win-. I. r, '.'l> ■ 3 " 0 0 1 1 0
IHllon, 11. 4 0 11] ] 0
Murphy, If i 0 n o 1 a 0
I!al!lnan, 3b 3 1 2 3 I S 0
I)plmas. us * 0 - 0 13 0
Un in lord, c 1 o 0 0 3 0 n
NORMAN BRASHEAR,
WHO POUNDED BALL
OVER LEFT FENCE
ft ""'"y JSm BP^■■*■ \ \
AB R H SB PO A E
Smith, c 0000100
Caatleton, p 40000:1
Deaklns, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 J>
Totals 31 1 10 3 27 12 1
SCORE BY INNINGS
Vernon 000100000— 1
Base hits 0 0 1110 10 o—4
Los Angeles 00000000 1-1
Base hits 2 1 1 0 10 1 1 3-19
•liosp batted for Ross in ninth Inning.
Game forfeited to Los Angeles in last half
of ninth Inning because of Intentional delays
by Vernon team.
SUMMARY
Two-base hits—Coy, Dillon Sacrifice hits—
I Wheeler, Nast. Bases on balls—Off Castleton
2, off Sehafer 3. Struck out—By Castleton 3,
by Bohafer 1. Double plays—Delmas to Dil
lon, Burrell to N. Braahear, Carlisle to N.
Brashear Wild pitches—Carlisle 2, Bohafer.
Passer! Orbnrtorff. Umpires—Van Haltren
and brand. Time of game—l:3s.
ABTEHNOON OAMB
VERNON
AB n H SB TO A E
Carlisle, cf 4 0 10 10 0
Hurrell. SI 4 110 2 3 0
Ross. If 2 0 0 0 2 0 0
n. Brashear. 2b 2 0 0 0 2 0 0
Coy, if ! 0 0 0 0 0 0
N. Brashear, lb 3 110 13 0
Lindsay, ss 3 0 0 0 111
Hogan, c 3 0 10 3 0 0
Carson, p 8 110 3 4 1
Total 27 3 5 0 27 16 2
LOS ANGELES
AB R II SB PO A E
Paley, ct 4 0 10 4 0 0
Bernard, rf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Wheeler, 2b 4 0 0 0 10 0
Dillon, Ii 4 11 0 0 10 1 0
Murphy, If 3 0 0 0 : 0 0
Hallinan. 3b 3 0 0 0 0 4 0
Nast, v 3 o 0 " " ;; -
Smith, c 2 0 2 0 4 2 0
Xagle, p 2 11 " 0 13 0!
Totals 20 0 .3 0 24 13 2
SCORE BY INNINGS
! Vernon 0 I) 0 0 "012 x-3
Base hits 0 0 1 " 0 0 13 *—5
Los Angeles " 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Base hit 10 0 0 0 10 10-3
SUMMARY
Home run— Brashear. Two-bail hit—Car
lisle. Sacrifice hits—Smith, Rom, Kaglo.
Struck out—By Carson 3. by Nagli 1. Double,
nlavs—R. Bra heai to Lindsay to N. Brashear,
Nagla to Smith to Wheeler. Balk-Xagle. Time :
of Jan:. • JO. Umpires—Van Haltren and llil
debrand. '. . . i
NATIONAL LEAGUE
flub— Won. Lost, Pet.
Clilruiio »« *"> ■*>'tl
i.!!ii«i"iShta>::::..: « » »
Cincinnati * ;i '• • -4HI
U«rooM.vn M M .410'
M. Louis ■•!' 85 .410
1J,,,1,,u »*> »■! .340
CUBS TAKE PENNANT BY
WINNING FROM CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, Oct. 2.—By winning
today, Chicago won the National
league pennant for 1910. Score:
Chicago S, hits 1 i, errors 1.
Cincinnati 4, hits 19, errors 6,
Batteries—Reulbach and Kilns; Gas
par, Burns and Clarice. Umpires—-
Brennan and O'Day. *
!LEIFIELD'S EFFECTIVE WORK
GIVES PITTSBURG VICTORY
" •
.ST. LOUIS, Oct. Pittsburg won
from St. Louis today, 5 to 0, Lelfield
was effective, allowing only seven scat- ,
i tered hits. ore:
St. Louis 0. hits 7. errors 2.
Pittsburg 5, hits 9, errors 1.
Batteries — Sti ele and Breanahan;
Leifield and Gibson. Umpires— Rlgler
ami Emslie.
INTEREST INCREASES
IN MONTHLY SHOOT
Opening of Quail and Duck Sea
son Prevents Many Cracks
from Attending
The Lin Angeles Revolver club held
its regular monthly class medal shoot
yesterday on the Bishop street range.
Although many of the cracks were
missing on account of th. opening of
the quail and duck b. son, there were
I Dim excellent ccores made, and inter
.■st in the spurt la Increasing steadily.
The scores made yesterday are as
follows:
CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS
]'. .1. Franer tit M K-ZK
.1: liouKlaa ...1)0 78 KU—2«7
W. B. Bmith 89 S7 S7—l'ti-1
FIRST CLASS
J..K. Holcotnb *.» fi| ss—l'«,"i
.1. w, Hli ten .... m 7'J 63—;51
SECOND CLAife
A. D. Macomber r..:.;*..";,. 1.. *■! 77 S5-244
♦ ♦ ♦-
LACROSSE TEAMS PLAY
TIE GAME AT FIESTA
Th.- LJniver Ity and tl
lai rosse clubs played an exhll
the Fiesta park field
.i ternoon, the final hi on bi Ing 5 I
.la growing In favor among
the local fans as they are becoming
educated to the flneste of play.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1010.
SENATORS HALVE
DAY WITH SEALS
Home Team Manages to Win
After Dropping Morning
Game at Oakland
(Assorts tea Pre«s>
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2.-Sacra
mento went to pieces this afternoon at
Recreation park and the home team
annexed the game by the score of 6
to 2. Hut In the morning, with the
score 1 to 1 in the ninth, the visitors
stepped out In the extra frame and,
landing on Henley for four hits, drove
in three runs. They held the locals
runlesa In the last half of the inning
and made their record the out of sev
en games for the series.
La Longe's three errors in attempts
to tag base runners gave the locals
the afternoon game. Sacramento led
with the score I to 1 until the sixth
lnnnlng, when Fitzgerald was found
for three hits. Poor support passed
the three base runners to the plate
and the game was lost. Scores".
MORNING GAME
SACRAMENTO
AH n H SB PO A E
Shinn, In 6 11 0 3 3 0
Van Buren. cf..6 - 1 0 1 0 0
llelster If I 1 - 04 0 0
Danzig, lb 5 0 2 0 11 1 0
Boardman, 3b .. 5 0 1 0 3 6 0
Brlggs, rf 5 0 3 0 3 0 0
Burns, S3 3 0 1 0 2 o 1
l.a I^onge, C....S 0 1 0 '-' - 0
li'aum, p 4 0 0 0 0 2 1
Totals. 42 4 13 0 *26 19 2
SAN FRANCISCO
AB H H SB PO A X
Lewis, cf i 02 0 1 0 0
Shaw, 2b 4 1 - 1 4 7 1
Melchoir, rf 3 0 1 1 0 0 0
Bodle, If 4 0 l 1 3 0 0
Tennant, lb .... 4 0 0 0 13 1 0
Vitt, 31 4 0 1 0 0 2 0
Berry, c 4 0 0 0 4 1 0
MoArdla, ss .... 4 0 0 0 4 3 1
Henley, p 4 0 0 0 0 3 0
Stewart, cf 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Madden" 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 38 1 7 3 30 17 2
SCORE BY INNINGS
Sacramento 100 0 0 0 000 3 — 4
Ban hits .3 10100102 4 —12
San Francisco ....0 00 100000 0— 1
Base hits 2 00100121 0 — 7
•Vitt out, hit by batted ball.
••nan for Lewis in eighth inning.
SUMMARY
Two-base hits ßrings, Shlnn, Sacrifice
hits —La Longe, Melchoir. Struck out — By
Henley, 3; by Baum, 2. Double plays —
Boardman to La Long-e to Shinn; La Longe
to Boardman, Passed ball — Berry. Time
of game, 1:40. Umpireslrwln and Me-
Qreevy.
AFTERNOON CAME
SACRAMENTO
AB 11 H SB PO A. X
= hinn, 2b 4 0 1 0 2 7 0
Van Buren, cf.,4 0 1 0 2 0 0
Heister, If 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Danzig, lb 4 0 1 0 11 1 0
nnardman, 3b . . 4 0 1 0 1 3 0
Brisgs, rf 4 1 1 0 3 0 0
Burns. ' Ps 4 0 1 0 2 3 0
Salesman, C....1 0 0 0 1 0 2
Fitzgerald, p...3 0 0 0 1 3 0
La Longe, c .... 3 1 2 0 1 1 3
Totals 34 2 8 0 24 1! 6
SAN FRANCISCO
AB R H SB PO A B
Lewis, cf 3 1 1 0 2 1 0
Shaw, 2b 4 1 1 0 2 4 0
Melchoir, rf....2 2 0 1 2 1 0
Rodie, If 3 1 0 1 2 0 0
IVnnanl, lb 4 1 2 1 12 1 0
Vitt, 3b 4 0 1 0 0 3 0
Berry, o 4 0 2 0 4 1 0
McArdle, us 3 0.0 0 3 1 1
Crowning, p.... 1 0 0 0 0 2 0
_ — — _ _ — —
Totals 2S 6 7 3 27 14 1
SCORE BY INNINGS
Sacramento 01001000 o—2
Bate hits 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 —8
Ban Francisco 10000302 • —1
Base hits 0 0 0 0 130 3 —7
SUMMARY
Sacrifice hits—Lewis. Fitzgerald, McArdle.
liases hi bails —Off Fitzgerald, 5; off
Browning, 1. Struck out—By Fitzgerald, 3;
by Browning, 4. Double plays—Fitzgerald
to La Lnnee to Boardman; Lewis to Mi -
Ardle; Burns to Bhlnn to Danzig. Time ofj
game, 1;28. UmpiresMcGreevy and Ir
win. • '
AMERICAN LEAGUE
I ______
I Club— Won. Lout. Tct.
rliil;li!.-l|illlii 1.1.1 in .<;«.',
.Neiv York «:l d-.- .573
Detroit HI fit .5118
■ '•"Mini XI) (i 7 .544
< I-\.-I.iii.l (is 78 .4(10
«'llil'HKii li.-, Hi .4:t.i
WashinKlnn at x:» . 4 a.-i
St. Louis 1 3 in.-) .300
MELOAN'S STICK WORK HELPS
WHITE SOX WIN FROM NAPS
CHICAGO, Oct. 2.—Chicago defeated
Cleveland today, i to 0, mainly through
Meloan'i batting and base running.
Both White and Kaler pitched good
ball. Score:
i 'leveiand 0, liits t;. erroi
Chicago I, hits 5, errors 0.
Batteries- Kaler and Smith- White
and Sullivan.
DETROIT DEFEATS ST. LOUIS;
COBB'S BATTING A FEATURE
ST. LOUIS, Oct. -'. -Detroit won from
Bt, Louis today, 12 to 7. Nelson was
hit hard. C'obb ■• t four hits out of
five times up. Score:
l>.'ti"it 12, hits 20, errors 3.
St. Louis 7. hit : S, errors 3.
Batteries Works and Schmidt; Nel-
Bon and Stevens.
FITZSIMMONS WILL "COME
BACK' TO LOS ONGELES
Bob Fitaslmmons, the man whom the
lately defeat! d ,i ffrles ». parati d from
the championship heavyweight belt,
w\\\ arrive in the city this morning, lie
will lie ace panied by hia wife with
whom he will appear In "A .Man's a
.Man for a' That,' a I ketch Of his own
writing at the new Pantagei theater
this afternoon.
"Fits" wa,s due to arrive Id thr city
yesterday, but Manager Johnson oil
Pantages received s wire Sunday that
the former champ would noi gel in un
til today. While here Pita will give
„ne or two boxing exhibitions tor the.
lipht fans of the city. During his en
gagement here many little parties will
be given in his honor by followers oi
the of the squared cm le,
OLINDA TRIMS BURKES
Ollnda ball tram won from the Burke
Athletic club yesterday by a score of
x to 4. <'rlp|is and Collins were on the
points for tin winners, while Hopgood,
Content and C. HopßOod were on the
firing line for the loser?
Bowling Gossip
INTERURBAN BOWLING LEAGUE
Pasadena •till holds first place In the
Interurban Bowling league, but the Grand
Cubs and Venice are making the Crown City
boys extend themselves to the limit. Tho,
team standing Is as follows:
Games. Won. Lost. Pet.
Tnsadona 13 11 ■ 1- .917
Grand Cubs 13 9 3 .750
Venice 12 . 9 3 .760
Morlay Giants 12 7 I .613
Grand Juniors 12 6 6 .600
L. A. Athletic club. 12 5 7 .417
SUlnson Juniors ... 12 4 8 .111
Morloy Tigers ..... 12 ,■4 ; • 8 .113
Morley Pirates .... 12 3 9 .-'on
Shell Theater 12 I 10 .167
Howard of Venice still holds on to first
Individual honors, although Platt of Pasa
dena is gaining ground every game. The
Individual still dings:
Name. Team. Games. Ttl.. Pins. Avg.
Howard, Venice 9 1677 186
Platt, Pasadena 12 2810 181
Kennedy, Shell Theater. 3 842 181
M. Treostl, Stinson 12 1995 177
McClelland, Grand' Cubs. 9 1590 177
r.-iyno. Pasadena 13 2083 174
Meador, Venice 13. 1011 174
Massctt. Morley Giants.. 12 2080 173
Jensen, Morley Giants... 6 1018 .; 170
Alonxo, Venice „... 12 20:12 I.
Kuhn*' Grnnd Cubs 9 1618 169
Bolhm, Morley Pirates.. 8 1342 168
Green, Grand Cubs 12 2009 167
Smith, Shell Theater 12 - 2004 167
I House, Grand Jrth,...... 9 1504 167
Illllburn, Oran*<"Jn-s 6 111 184
BobßlUcki Pasadena 12 1938 162
Neai. Morley Giants 12 1930 161
Mullen, Venice A 9 1450 161
I,' 1 win, Pasadena 9 1436 160
Weldon, Brand Jrs 6 u«l 160
Brfurth, Morley Giants., la 1901 111
Sjostrom, Grand Jrs 12 1906 169
Bahrain, Grand Jrs 8 1373 159
Mcister, Grand Jrs 11 1719 159
' Gates, Pasadena 6 948 15S
Meyers, Grand Cubs .... 12 ISS4 157
McDowell, L. A. A. C... 11 me 157
Goldberg, Grand Jrs 8 1254 157
Lay ton, Grand Cubs 9 1407 166
Clark, Venice 1; 932 156
Mockler, stlnson Jrs 12 1552 154
Hlncki, Morley Giants.... 9 1181 154
Crocker, I* A. A. C 9 1366 111
, Best. L. A. A. C 9 1311 150
I Stasch, Morley Giants,... 9 1348 150
, At a meeting and luncheon held in
■ the Hoollenbeck hotel the business of
' the second tournament of the Electric
, Bowling league was closed and the
prizes presented to the winners of the
i last event. Chairman Theo. Burger
' marie the presentation speeches in a
very happy manner. Theorizes con
■ slated of cups and medals emblematic
of bowling. A vote of thanks was ex
tended to Mr. Burger for the able
manner in which he conducted the
executive end of the league.
The second tournament of the Elec
tric league has made history In Los
Angeles bowling circles as being the
most successful bowling event con
ducted by any association.
The league decided to start the third
tournament Tuesday, October 18, on
the Brunswick alleys.
The following firms were admitted
to membership in the league: L. A.
Duncan Electric company, Gans Bros.
Electric company. Electric Supply
company and F. O. Engstrom'a elec
tric department.
The league will start play with
twelve teams, and will bowl on Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday night
of each week, play commencing at 7:30
sharp.
The complete team and individual
standings, as prepared by Secretary
Alfred Mackenzie, are:
ELECTRIC BOWLJNO LEAGUE INDIVID
UAL, STANDING
Games Total High
Bowled. Pins. Average. Game.
Myers 70 11,885 IN 215
Arbogast 70 11,225 167 222
Roi p 70 11,538 164 219
Grass 70 11,41)8 161 213
ntmyan 55 5.557 159 225
Hedges 70 10,978 15« 210
Burger 60 9,379 15« 113
Spring 60 7,832 liii 204
Thomas 65 ■ 9,902 163 19$
Hogg 70 10,611 161 205
George 20 2,983 149 IS7
Spilßbury 65 8,87S iii 224
Uoran 70 10,8(1 117 219
Potts 70 10,348 147 211
nendler 70 10,257 in; 206
Warner 30 4.3.' iS 115 IN
Hoag 54 7,609 140 1-".
Munsle 70 7,727 158 171
Graham 68 7.56!) 157 IS6
McGinlny 60 8,355 137 182
Reynold! 40 6,4*5 137 192
Chase 25 3.3K3 135 174
E. G. Snow 65 S.TJS 134 170
Borte] 60 7,922 132 M
Wallace 45 5,814 129 Ml
Know 611 7,739 12S 190
Bowers 45 5,721 127 169
Carter 30 3,702 126 172
TEAM STANDING
Won. Lost. Pet. Fins.
Western Electric 63 17 .766 32,670
Woodlll-HulH 61 ID .728 SAWS
Southern California 60 20 .714 63,347
Newberry-Bowera 3S 32 .543 31,212
I, A. Electrical Dept.... 30 40 .420 30.413
-U>atlnghouso 2S 42 .400 3.', 17
Holahlrd-ncynoldß 17 53 .542 27.57U
Pacific States 13 57 .183 IT.MO
High ' team—Woodlll-Hul««, with 610 tor a
game and 2603 for a serietf.
HiL-h Individual game—llunyan, 223.
High Individual, flva games, ArbogMti 010.
Tupper had high score on tjio Bruns
wick alleys last week. Other scores:
Mackenzie 235, Roop 200, Hannum 206,
Conner 212, Greenbaum 212, Simpson
215, Bishop 210, Stratton 201; Griffith
204, Tupper 236, Andrienni 216, Laugh
liii 212, Goldwater 216, B. G. Snow 217,
Graham 203, Stymcst 221, Allen 237,
Cold worthy 227, Johnson 216, Wyman
213.
Jlmjons—Burns 105, Campbell 156,
Mackenzie 124, Hopper 134, Luatig 142,
Eldrldge 133, Iluyler 120, Stymest 187,
Allen 127.
Ladles' tenpins—Mrs. H. C, Scott 200,
Mrs. Mack 201, Mrs. ECnox 160, Mrs.
Tuppper 140, Miss Owen* 142, Miss
Hickey 199, Mrs. McGlnley 111, Mrs.
Thurston 142. Miss Allen 180, Mrs.
Stymest 172.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Club— W«n. I-ost. Pet.
Kloiiz City »M «;; .Ml
limiver «« <<•■ M*
tlncoln M (ilt .««
(Wi.hita »* M -BJS
Omaha , «<> « •»»«
St. Joseph " 81 •**»
I)« Molne «« •■ \ •«"
Tupefcs 41 118 ■»*•
At St. Joseph—First gamp: Topeka,
i; st. Joseph B. Hoconii game: Topeka,
0; St. Joseph, 2.
At Wichita—First gnrne: Donvor, 11;
Wichita, S. Bocond game: Qenver, S;
Wichita, 9,
At Lincoln—Omaha. 14; Lincoln, 7.
At Sioux City—First game: Dei
Molnai. n; sioux rity, 2. Second fame:
Dei Mollies, 4; Sioux City, 7.
SANTA ANA HIGH SCHOOL
HAS FINE PROSPECTS
SANTA ANA, Oct. 2.—Santa Ana
high school has organized it.", football
team with a now coach, Prof. Katvllfte,
recently in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Ho played with the Whlttior team four
years ago. A number of last year's
players are back with the team. Gran
vllle Tedford is manager of the team
and has eight or nine games in Bight.
Two games each will bo played with
Ban Diego, rasadena and Long Beach.
NELKS CONTINUE
WINNING STREAK
By Defeating Beach Also-Rans
League Leaders Boost
Themselves Higher
1 :f.
JIVKMI.E I.EAtiIE
Club— Won. Lost. ret.
N,lk» 8 1 •»«»
Merchants 1 » ■•»«
Hornets « •» •»<™
Boyle. Height* » ■ .»<>«>
Centr.l. 4 5 444
Vwrnona 4 8 .400
Hlausona 3 1 »ou
Long Beach 'i 8 -*00
NEI.KS KEEP <'l,IMIllN<i
Nelks advanced in the percentage
column yesterday when they defeat*
Long Beach by a score of 2 to 1.
Neither team scored until the fourth
limning. Pitcher Templeton ehou a
have had a shutout credit but for the
fact that Catcher Highland threw the
ball wild at third, allowing the sea
siders to score. Romero must be given
a little cie.lit, for he twirled good 1 a'l
and lost only through the Ivi ry head
playing of his inflelders. Tempi.'ton
] allowed but two hits, while liomero
, was chalked up with three. The game
was one of the best over witnessed in
1 the juvenile ranks. Score:
NELKS
AB 11 H SB ro a 13
Newton. »b 4 0 10 0 2 1
Cook, cf 3001000
Richardson, If 0002000
Arellanos, ss 4 0 0 0 0 3 1
Jluber. lb 4 111 5 0 0
Buck, 2b 4 1 0 0 2 Si V
.Humbury, rf 8 0 0 0 2 0 0
i Highland, c 3 0 0 0 12 1 0
Templeton, p 10X2020
liallard, If 10 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 2 3 « 21 10 2
LONG BEACH •
AB R H SB TO A X
Delaney. c 4 0 1 0 2 0.0
McCrlm, 3b 3 10 0 0 IS 1
Romero, p 3 0 18 0 1"
Morality, es 4 0 0 10 3 0
Mendoza, 2b 3 0 0 1110
Fulton, lb 2 0 0 0 5 0 1
Robinson, If 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
Ybarra, cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Olson, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 1 £ 3 » 1
SCORE BY INNINGS
Nelks 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 o—3
Base hits 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—3
Long Beach 0 0 (I cl « 0 0 0 I—l
Base hits 8 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0—
SUMMARY '„,
Sacrifice hit—Richardson. Bases on balls-
Off Templeton, 1; oft Romero, 1. Struck out
—By Templeton, 12; by Romero, 2. Double
play—Romero to Mendozo. Hits made—Off
Templeton. 2; off Romero, 3. Hit by pitched
ball—Highland (2), Humbury, Cook. Time
or game— l:l3. Umpire— Kennedy.
TENTH BTHEET9 WIN
Tenth Street Merchants won from
the Boyle Heights at Sixth and Alex
ander streets yesterday afternoon by
a score of 8 to 1. Errors by the losers
■were numerous. The features of the
game were the catching of Steele, the
pitching of ChicK and the sensational
catch of a long- foul by Broggie. Score:
TENTH STREETS
, . • • AB R HSBTO A Hi
Mohler, ss 4 0 0 0 2 5 0
Kaufman. 2b 5 0 10 13 0
Cl mut, If 2 3 3 13 0 0
Ka.is. Cl « 110 110
Black, rf 4 1113 0 0
Btei I, , c I 10 0 • 3 0
Bculger. 3b 4 2 112 18
McDonald, lb 3 i' 1 2 11 0 2
Chick, p 3 0 110 I 1
Larson, cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 o
Totals 31 8 8 6 27 IB 3
BOTLES
AB n H 81) FO A Ha
BrnßKic 3h 3 0 10 6 3 2
Little. es 4 0 0 0 3 » 0
Leahy, c 3 OXO3OO
nueef. If 4 0 0 0 3 2 1
I Antuniz. 2b ..: 4 0 0 0 3 3 1
Carter, cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 1
Goetz, It 3 II 1 0 1" 1 1
: Ha»l, rf 3 110 0 10
I Murphy, p 3 0 0 0 13 0
Totals BO 1 4 0 27 14 6
SCORE BY INNINGS
Merchants 5 0 10 0 0 1 0 1-8
Base hits 4 0 10 0 0 2 0 I—B
Boyle Heights 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 v—l
Base hits , 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 o—4
SUMMARY
Bases on balls—Off Chick, 1; off Murphy, 4.
Struck out—By Chick, 6: by Murphy, 7. Hits
made—Off Chick, 4; off Murphy, 8. Passed
! balls—Leahy. 1; Steele, 1. Wild pitch—Mur
! phy. Hit by pitched hall—Compt (2), Black.
Tune of game—l:so. Umpire—Kennedy.
HORXKTS MTI.XO CENTRALS
The Hornets stung- the Centrals at
Vernon by a score of 9 to 7. Lorenson,
for the winners, sent the sphere out
for four station*. Braly, pitcher for
the winners, had the batting demons
at the Central nine swinging wildly.
Lorenson and Daley were the heavy
hitters for the winners. Scoie:
HORNETS
* AB R H SB I'O A &
Lorenson, ps 4 110 13 1
Dangerfleld. lb 3 1 2 4 10 0 l
I Herbiter, c 4 1 2 1 id 3 0
D.inavan, 3b :> 1 I A I V 1
Lewis, 11 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Trockßell, cf 4000001
Daley, rf 4 3 3 110 0
Thill, 2b 3 12 113 0
Brady, i> 4 3 2 4 2 10
Totals 35 9 14 11 37 12 4
CENTRALS
AB B II SB i'O A M
Miller, c 4 0 10 6 10
Ilawley, rs 4 0 10 13 0
French, P..••• 4 2 18 3 2 0
B. Loftus, 3b 6 110 3 3 1
Outman, lb 6 0 0 0 10 0 1
M. Loftus, 2b 3 0 10 111
Thomas. If 6 110 0 0 1
I. Hawley, c( 4 110 10 1
Wolfe, rf 4 10 0 10 l
Totals 38 « 7 3 24 10 6
SCORE BY INNINGS ■ •V-
Centrals 0 20110300—«
Base hits 0 2011020 0-6
Hornet* 0 3030301 •—a
Base hits 1 3 12 2 4 0 1 *-14
SUMMARY
Home run— Lorenson. Three-bate hits—
DalKy, Donavan. Two-base hits—Daley,
Wolf*. Sacrifice hits— Brady, Dona van.
Bases on balls—Oft Brady, 6; off French, 3.
Struck out—By Brady, 10; by French, 4.
Double plays—Thill to Lorenson; 15. 1-oftuH
to M. Loftui to Gutman. lilts made— Off
Brady, 7* off French, 14. Hit by pitched ball
— Dangerfleld, M. Loftus. Time or game—
1:40. Umpire—Cochrane.
iI.USIiV hi ItriUSKti FANS
Slauson Avenue team, one of the
tail-enders, surprised the fans jester
day afternoon at Slauson by defeating
the Vernonites by the one-sided score
of 14 to 3. Although Charley Hall op
posed one of the best pitchers in this
organization, he seemed to have the
Indian sign over Reynolds and struck
out ten of his opponents, Score;
VlillNON
AB It H SB PO A M
Oehorn, II I I I 3 I • «
Eitrleb, :b 0 1 2 0 1,6 1
DE ROSIER SMASHES TWO
WORLD'S RECORDS IN TRIAL
Inofficial world's record" were made
nn the Motordrome track jreaterdny hi 1
ternoou when Jake U« Rosier, trylns; out
a new machine, went a mile In 42 2-5
seconds. The demon Frenchman then
took a shot at the century whirl and
tore off the hundred miles In rijiiij
minutes and fifty and three-fifths sec
onds. In the latter event l>e Hosier won
forced to stop for four minutes at the
seventy-first mile because of a break
down hi his machine. He repaired the
damage and finished on the same wheel
In the time given above. The tlmliitf
whs accurate, but liecnuse of no rexu
liir racing and no sanction for the Irltiln
from the governing body the record will
not htand aw official.
AB R H FB VO A E
Max Rugg, 3b 5 2 3 4 2 4 0
ti. Scott, lb 4 1 » 1 B - «
HolhHck. st 3 1 6 0 0 6
Reynolds, p 6 1110 4 1
Wood, c 4 113 6 1 0
Hopkins, cf 6 3 110 0 1
McGreal, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 1
Totals 40 14 14 IS 20 IS »
SLAUSON
AB U H SU PO A t
Sch. Mocker, rf 4 2 110 11
Claike, 3b 4 1 1 1 1 1 ii
Rayburn, 0 4 0 1 1 1 2 1
I). Mnllna, ■• 4 0 0 0 3 3 2
Rodaz, 2b 3000111
Hall, p 4 0 0 0 5 3 0
.1 Molina, cf 4000001
Dudley, lb 3 0 0 0 7 » 0
Alamo, If 3 0 10 2 0 0
Totals 33 3 4 8 SO 11 8
SCORE BY INMNCJB
Slauson 0 9 10 0 18 0 o—l4
Vernon 1 00002000—3
SUMMARY
Homo runs—Alamo (2). Three-haso hit-
Alamo. Two-base hits—Hopkins, Kayburn.
Sacrifice hits—Estrich. Bases oil balls—Dlt
Iteynolds, 2. Struck out—By Reynolds, «.
Double pluy—Varnnn, 1. Hits maile—ore
Hall. 10; off Molina, 4. Passed balls-Hull,
3. Hit by pitched ball—Wood.
ANDRES TEAM TROUNCES
HOEGEE ORGANIZATION
Andres ball team of the Southern
State league won from the Hoegee
nine nt Dolgevllle yesterday by a aeon
of 4 to 2. The feature of the game
was the twirling of Tetzlaff, who
struck out ten of his opponents, al
lowing but two hits and winning his
own game with a timely two-bagger.
Score:
ANDRES BROTHERS
AB R H BBTOA E
Cosby, rf 4 10 2 0 0 0
I). Smith, 88 5 0 0 115 1
Salllvan, 0 3 0 0 0 10 3 0
Bllande, cf „ 3 0 0 0 10 0
Lea, 3b 2 10 10 2 1
Leonard, lb 3 I 1 2 10 0 0
Stadellle. 8b 3 0 0 15 11
Dean, If 3 10 0 0 0 0
Tetzlaff, p 3 0 10 0 0 0
Total 29 4 2 7 27 12 3
HOEGEE SPORTING GOODS CO.
AB B H SB PO A E
Daniel, ss 3 0 0 0 0 6 0
Hefferman. 2b 4 0 0 0 14 1
Finley, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lehman, cf >.... 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Ward, lb 3 0 1 0 M » 0
McDonald, 3b 3 0 0 0 0 2 0
Gonzales, If 4 110 3 0 0
Price, c 4 10 0 6 0 1
Fullager, p 10 0 0 0 11
McElroy, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Totals SI 2 2 0 24 13 4
SCORE BT INNINGS
Andres Brother 1001000 x—4
Base hits 00010001 x—i
Hoegac 00002000 o—3
Base hits 01001000 o—2
SUMMARY
Two-base hit—Teulaff. Bases on brill*—Off
Tetzlaff 2. off Fullnger 6 In 7 Innings, oft
MeKlroy 8 In 1 inning. Struck out-By Totz
laff 10, off Fullager 3. off McElroy 1. Hits
made—Off Tttzlaff 2, oft Fullager 2. Wild
pitch—rullager. Time—l:4o. Umpire—Schov
ell. ■r'-'T---'-' :• •
BREWERS TAKE SCALPS
OF SHERMAN BRAVES
The Wlelands defeated the Indians
yesterday on the Thirty-eighth and
Alameda street diamond by a score of
16 to 7. Score:
WIELANDS
ah It h P a E
HirUntUlß, 2b 4 l S 1 3 i
&t- 11... if 6 2 2 10 1
Dlmond, lb 6 3 3 8 10
Marshall, If 5 4 3 0 0 v
Acuna. p « 2 2 * \ «
Mulr, 3b 6 1 '2 » 2 U
Fltzpatriek, ■■ 6 2 a « i 0
Lomasney, rf 6 12 0 10
Burden, c I 1 1 * 1 «
Totali * « 10/19 21 '-' 2
BHERMAN INDIANS , . "
Ali 11 H P A E
F. Lopez, 2b 6 1 1 4 0 a
J. Gault, 3h 6 0 0 0 Si 0
V. liiKi-aham. If 6 2 2 0 0 0
H. Ingraham. lb 5 1 4 II 0 0
e-Samora, rf 5 1 0 1 « «
0, \\atlclns, i> 5 10 2 3 9
Harry Ingraham, s» 6 0 13 11
Ferguson, of 4 0 2 3 0 0
August, c 4 11 8 4 ,0
Totals « 7 11 27 it a
SUMMARY
Two-bane hits—H. Ingraham (2), V. lnsra
ham, Dlmond (2). Three-base hite—Marshall,
H. Innraham. I^'inanncy, AURUHt. Home run
— Marshall. Sacrifice hits-Marshall, !.o
ir.asney. Stolen bases— L«omai-ney, Marshall
(2), Mulr, 11. Ingraham. Hltl made—Off
Acuna. 11; off Watkins, 20. Umpire—
Time of game—2:ol. 1
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PYE ANNEXES BIG
EVENT AT FIESTA
Australian Wins Two of Three
Heats in Paced Race
with Duer
Ernie Pye's clever work in defaatmg
Ray Duer two heats out of threo In
the three-mile motor-paced match
race was the feature of the afternoon
yesterday at Fiesta park. The Aus
tralian followed his speed setter as
regularly 11 clockwork and never fal
tered through the long grind.
The first heat, as originally started,
wont but a mile, for Duct's tire full
flat at this point and Pye consented
to another start. Paced by Herb Kit
tle, Pye wont ahead and took the
heat in 5 minutes and 13 seconds, Duer
following with his pacemaker, Whit
tle r.
In the second heat Duer rode a great
race and redeemed himwelf, winning
by about fifty yards in 5 minutes and
9 seconds. In tho final heat It was
nip and tuck to the last half mile,
when Pye went to the front to win In
5 minutes and 17 seconds.
Goodwin had things all his own way
in the final heat of the hulf-mlle han
dicap affair for Overland club wheel
men. He was followed by Rusher,
with liults third, the time being
1.03 2-5.
Champion Iver Lawion was suffering
from an off day, for he landed fourth
in tho second heat of the half-mile.
open professional, falling to qualify
for the final. The event was won by
Gordon Walker, Brodheek second,
C'arslake third and Keefe fourth, the
time being caught at 1 minute and
11 seconds.
Al Ward's one-lap handicap was too
much for Graves to overcome in their
match race. Huey was better than
the rest of the amateurs opposed to
him in the mile handicap, and Brod
bock took tho two-lap professional
from Berryessa. The results were as
follows:
Half mile, Overland club handicap, final—
Goodwin won, Busher aecond, Hulta third.
Time, 1:03 2-5.
Half mile profesulonal. flnal — Walker won,
Brodbaok second, Carslakc third, Keefe fourth.
Time, 1:11.
Three mile motor paced, two heats In three
—Won by rye (Kittle), Duer (Whlttler) second.
One mile handicap, amateur, final—Huey
WOO, Goodwin second, Tearne third, Smith
fbourth. Time. Jilt S-5.
Two mile lap. profesilonal-Brodbeck (80
yard), won, gsriyaaia (110 yarda) second.
Walker (scratch) third) Carslake (80 yards)
fourth. Time, f.K 3-5.
Three mile motor match—Al Ward (1 Up
handicap) won, M. J. Gravea (•cratch) Me
ond. Time, 3:27.
NATIONAL COMMISSION
TO WEIGH HETLING CASE
Graham and McCredie Issue
Statements in Regard to
Portland Third Sacker
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2.—Judge
Tinunas Graham, president of the Pa
cific coast baseball league, after an
examination of the facts that have
come to his notice in the case of
Third Baseman Gus Hetlingr, Hgainst
whose playing with the Portland club
Manager Wolverton of Oakland has
filed several protests, stated today that
he believes the player 1b not eligible
to engage In' any games t between
teams of the coast league. He sent
the following telegram to Manager W.
W. MeC'redle of Portland today:
"If the contract between Hetling
iinri Spnkane was entered into without
knowledge and consent of the Port
land club, then Hetling can only be
classified as a contract-Jumper and Is
ineligible and disqualified from play-
Ing with you under provisions of ar
ticle 23, national association rules. If
Spokane negotiated with Hetling with
out the consent of the Portland club,
then Spokane Is liable to a fine (ar
ticle lfi, sections 1 and 2, national as
sociation rules). From the records be
fore me I am of opinion that Hetling
Is Ineligible and disqualified from
plHying with Portland."
In response Judge Graham got this
message slgnec". by McCrcdle:
"Spokane never had authority to
sign Hetling. We never sold or re
leased; under contract with us all
season and now on our reserve list.
Let Oakland or anyone else show any
release from us. We can't lose player
by act of someone else. Spokane con
tract void if it exists." '
The case will be decided by the na
tional commission.
It* tu> tur *« Mcure m tmrgain In » imm
automobile, thiough want advertlatn^, v It
omu] to be—and (till to—to iwura a bom
»n4 pr>—"»«.

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