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LATE HAPPENINGS IN SPORTDOM
OAKS TAKE ONE
MORE FROM HAP
Wolverton, Captain of Commut
ers, Struck by Pitched Ball
in First Inning
OAKS AND BEAVERS CLIMB
dub— Won. toit. VeX-
Portland 01 '.3 -611
Oakland 1«» 83 -657
Pan Francisco I" »I -510
Vernon »i »* - 491
I.os AnftelM 03 09 •4tl-
Sacramento .... {y™ M» •SM
<;ami:s today
I.ob Angeles, at Son Francisco,
Sacramento, at I'ortlnnii. •
Oakland, at Vernon park.
KESUI/TS YESTERDAY
I.on Angeles 4, San Francisco 2.
Vernon 0, Oakland 2.
Portland 3. Bnrranifnto 1.
In a closely contested struggle of the
pitchers" battle style, Oakland made it
two straight from the Villagers yester
day afternoon at the Chutes, winning
by a score of 2 to 0. A single error
marred the fast fielding stunts of both
delegations, and the fans were Joyous
at seeine the semblance of real ball
again. , ,
Wolverton, captain of the visiting
team, was struck on the temple by a
pitched ball in the first division, and al
though able to walk to first after re
gaining consciousness, he was com
pelled to retire in favor of Cameron.
Willie Hogan moved up to the final
corner station, Pfyl went to center and
Cameron appeared once more on his
regular sack. The Oakland captain will
probably be around for battle soon,
but will not be seen in action for a day
or so at least.
Maggert's iielding work was the fea
ture of the day. He came into the cir
cus program in the second inning, when
Kitty Brashear banged a game-win
ning swat to deep left center. Maggie
sprinted for the fence and picked off
the missile with one hand. It looked
like Peter de Jeff back on the home
lot, and the fans went wild.
The only scoring of the game took
place in the second inning. After Mng
gert had gone down, Roy to Kitty,
Wares received a base present and
went to second on Pfyl's biff to left.
Hogan singled to the infield, tilling the
Backs, and Wolverton won the same by
becoming a martyr to the cause in
getting in the way of the ball, Wares
being forced across the plate. Cutshaw
singled through Llndsey, scoring Pfyl.
and Swander and Mitze retired the side
with lofts to the field. Score:
OAKLAND
An n II SB ro A c
Masgert. If '•> 0 0 0 4 10
wItJ. ss 4 10 0 0 3 0
Pfvl, 1b ami rf 4 110 3 0 0
v,-. Hogan, cf an.l 3b.... 4 0 3 0 14 0
Wolverton, 31 0 0 0 0 n 0 0
Cameron, lb S 0 1 0 11 1 0
Cutshaw, 2b S 0 10 2 7 0
Swander, rf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Mitze, c 4 0 0 UF 4 1 0
Moser'jp 4 0 1 - j> 1 -
Totals ■•■ 2 7 0 27 19 0
VERNOX
Ali R HSBPOA E
Carlisle, cf 4 0 0 0 10 0
Burrell, 8b 4. 0 0 0 a 1 1
Roi!< , .if 3 '• 1 r > 1 0 U
i Brashear, 2h 4 0 0 0 13 0
,-,,,- r f 3 0 0 0 2 0 0
N. Braihiar, lb 8 0 1 0 11 1 0
I.ln-lsay, ss 3 0 I 0 i 6 0
H. Hogan, 2b 2 « " "J 1 0
x lit , n 2 0 0 0 110
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TVtals 2S 0 4 0 27 12 1
xliosp batted for Hltt In eighth Inning.
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SUMMARY
Hits-Off Hosp, 8. Throe-ba?o hit -W. Ho
ean Two-base hit-R< Sacrifice hlt-H.
,T<£an* Innings Pltched-By Hltt, 8 -Bases on
hall=-r>« Hltt. 8; ofl Mosvr, .!. Struck out
,,, vim 4- by mosv. 2. Double playß-Ma-
K Pri to Cutihaw to Wares to Moeer to Mttze to
Cameron- Wares to OitEhaw to Cameron,
imbyptched • ill Wolverton. Time oUamo
-1-40 Umplreß- Van Haltren an.l Hlldebrand.
MAURICE McLOUGHLIN
TO ARRIVE HOME SOON
BAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 6.- In a tele
gram to B. R. Marvin, founder of the
Golden Gate Junior Tennis club, Mau
rice McLoughlin stated yesterday that
he will return from the easl next week.
He won the Longwood and Southamp
ton events two of the .bigg' I annual
tournaments, but was rather over
shadowed by TI omaa Bundy, the Los
Angeles cra-k, who won the national
singles event al Newport and gave
Champion Lamed an awful scare in the
challenge match. McLoushli Is one of
thf- most popular players in the country
and will receive a hearty welcome from
local fans.
NO RESERVATIONS TO BE
MADE FOR BIG SERIES
CHICAGO, Oct. 6.—Only 1
■t the 0 National li
ball park will be sold for tl
championship series g ' "<•
reservations will I by mail.
Tins decision was rea
by Robi it Mcßoy, secretary ■ I
\m.T (r t!:r ■•"■".
;,,,, h ere, ai 1 President .Murphy of
the Cubs, .
v s a com 1 quence the recommi
tioii sen! the national comm
Tuesday asking that th grand-
Btan d 1 ) k'ed, will be abani
Ml four umpli assigned to the
world' will officiate In
same One «111 rule behind the btl
„'no will make •ai 1 di ona and two
will offlclate In the field,
_ - -o ♦-■♦- — ——
WORLD'S SERIES WILL
OPEN IN N. Y. OCT. 13
NEW VOItK, Oct. B. —The. scrirH of
post geaffon Buniih to be played under
the auspices °' "v" national commix
■lon between the local National and
American league teums uill Hurl Thurs
day, CM'loher 13, at Hie polo km.uihls
and' «ames will be played dally except-
Ihk Sunday, alternating at the two parlu
till one team hu» won '°"r contest*.
ohonlil a seventh game be necessarj
the place and date will be decided by
the tons at » coin.
HOWARD, INFIELDER,
WHOSE HOME RUN
HELPED ANGELS WIN
jp -'Mhßhl sic Hsj
'tj^ JHnHHSHi S'
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club Won. Lost. Pet,
I'hiladelplila l»i *» •«*«
New York 88 BS .377.
Detroit 83 «8 . .3<i;t
Boston 81 *° J"*'
lev.lnnd «'•> ft" .46»
C'liiciißn «« 81 -1 »<>
Wattliingrton li« »■"• .4:iJ
St. l.i.uls 4.6 103 .305
GAMES TODAY
Boston at Washington.
New York at Philadelphia.
WASHINGTON DIVIDES
DAY WITH BOSTONIANS
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6.—Washington
and Boston divided today's double
header, the visitors winning the lirst.
5 to 2, and the second going to the
locals, 6 to B. Milan's steaA of home
was a feature. Score:
First game:
Bhlngton 2, hits 8, errors 2.
Boston 6, hits 10, errors 1. ,
Batteries—Gray, Otey and Ainsmith;
Ccllins and Carrigan.
Second game:
Washington 6, hits 8, errors 3.
Called end eighth; darkness.
Batteries —Walker, Johnson and
Street; McHale, Wood and Carrigan.
NEW YORK AMERICANS
WIN FROM PKILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 6.—New York
defeated Philadelphia today by scor
ing two runs on HemphlU's double,
Chase's single and Knight's three-bag
ger. Score:
New York 3, hits 6, errors 1.
Philadelphia 1, hits 7, errors 3.
Batteries—Ford and Mitchell; Uygert
and Thomas.
CHICAGO TRIMS DETROIT
AND CINCHES POSITION
CHICAGO, Oct. 6.—Chicago virtually
clinched sixth place todiy by taking
the first game of the series from De
troit, 11 to 6. Manager Jennings tried
a. left-hander, Peasley, who was
rapped freely in the second and fifth
innings. Lange, who relieved "White
in the fourth, drove in four runs for
Chi.ago. Cobb got a double and a
tingle and a pass in five times at bat.
Score:
agro 11. hits 11, errors 3.
Detroit j, hits s, errors 3.
Batteries—White, Lange and Sulli
van; Pei I y, Wlllett and Casey.
LAJOIE SHINES, BUT
BROWNS TAKE CONTEST
ST. LOTIS, Oct. 6.—St. Louis won
from Cleveland today, i to 5. Lajoie
yot three hits out ot four tUni
bat. Si lire:
St. Louis 6, hits 7, errors -1.
Cleveland 6, hits 8, errors 4.
Batteries 11. Mitchell and .Stephens;
Koestner and Clark.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
flub Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicairn t'« I* .871
\,-w York BO BO ■(il>>
I'itUbure 8B i;l •s1:l
l-liilmldphia '8 M •■>l)-'
( iiiciiiiiiiii 7* W .481
Brookl)-n 63 xx .418
m. I.miU 60 x<» .HI
Boston 51 0» .340
GAMES TOOAY
Philadelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn at New YorK.
BABE ADAMS SUFFERS
BEFORE CUB SLUGGERS
CHICAGO, Oct. 6.—ln the first game
on the home grounds since they
rllnchod the National league pennant
Chicago today shut out the Plttsburgs,
4 to ii, the loca] team hitting Adams,
tin star of the world's series of 1909,
hard, \-hile Richie was Invincible and
had tei ling support. Score:
Chicago 4, Ims 8, errors 0.
Pittsburg 0, hits 6, errors 3.
Batteries—Richie and Needham;
Adams, hillippl and Gibson.
Umpires—Brennan and O'Day.
DRUCKE EQUALS LEAGUE
RECORD OF STRIKEOUTS
NKW YORK, Oct. 6.— New York de
feated Brooklyn today, 9to 3, irucke,
the local pitcher, tiding the National
league strikeout record of the year of
thirteen. Score:
Brooklyn 'd, hits 8, errors 6.
New YorK S. hits 1">, errors 0.
Batteries—Barger and Miller; Drucko
and Wilson.
Umpires—ldem and Kane.
BOSTON MAKES QUAKERS
LOOK LIKE BUSHER NINE
BOSTON', Oct. 6.—Boston secured
twenty-two hits and scored twenty
runs off three Philadelphia pitchers to
day, whlli the latter made twelve hits
and seven runs. Score;
Philadelphia 7, hii 12, errors 3.
Boston "0, hits 22, errors 3.
Batti rles—Ewlng, Glrard, Slaughter
and Doom, McUonough; Parsons, .Mat
tern and Kariden.
Umpires—Bason and Jennings.
«> » » — ■
The Union Hardwares will play the
Verdugo Park team at Verdugo to
morrow afternoon. Players are re
quested to port at the Pacilic FJee
trio depot at 1:45 o'clock.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1010.
WALDO THROOP TO
LEAVE FOR MEET
Crack Los Angeles Sprinter Will
Join Northern Athletes in
Eastern Trip
William Martin of the Beattle \th
letic i lub and Charlie Thro of the
University of Southern California are ;
the two crack sprinters from the Pa
cific coast who will compete In the na- '
tional track and Held championships to
be held at New Orleans on Friday and j
Saturday of next week. Word was re
ceived from Seattle a .few days a o
that Martin would bo the only repre
e ntatlve from the- northern club to
participate in tha Amateur Ath etic
union games. Throop liis been train
ing; all summer and is expected to be
well to the front when tii- short dis
tance men reach the tape in the 100 and
2?0 yard dashe*. Mart.n is expected to
join the Olympic club team, which will
leave for the scene or' the gaincs Sat
urday from San Fran(
The announcement that these two
sprinters will be in competition in
New Orleans has been received with
considi enthusiasm. Both Mar
tin and Throop are as fast aa the cist
ern sprinters who are runnirg; at the
present time and their efforts are suro
to result in additional victories fir
western athletes. The . Olympic club
team will not be particularly strong in
tha sprints, but the entries of Martin
and Throop will witness a Wi 11 bal
anced aggregation from the coast that
is likely to make a clean-up in the
senior events on Saturday afternoon
of next week.
Lee Scott, tha former Stanford po!e
vaulter and holder of the world's rec
ord in that event, who will compete for
the Olympic club In the American
championships, will be on the scene of
competition tomorrow. Scott let. New
York 'on Monday and will have plenty
of time to practice on the field which
is to be the scene of the games next
v,. cii. The balance of the Oiymi ie
club team will proceed by way of Los
Angeles and will stop here to prac
tice.
WILL CONSTRUCT NEW
U. OF C. CINDER PATH
BERKELEY, Oct. 6.— With the re
pori today of the secretary for the
ts for the University of
California to the effect that the pe
tition of the student body for a new
track had been favorably looked upon
by the building and grounds crmmit
tee and had received the indorsement
the president of the university, it
seems very probable that a much
ed new cinder path will be con
structed on the Berkeley campus in
the near future.
The location selected for the track
is in Strawberry canyon, beginning at
a point near the reservoir, below the
dairy farm. It will extend across the
bed of the canyon, west and south,
terminating In a tennis court below
the Stringham property.
Thf plans that have been considered
for the new track call for a flr<t class
structure throughout. It- will be a
nuarter-mile circular track, with a
,■■.l straightaway. Space for the
tii-iil events will be laid off inside the
cinder path. The fact that it is to be
located in a canyon presents unlimited
facilities for unique bleacher con
struction.
MILWAUKEE WILL HOLD
A. A. U. CHAMPIONSHIPS
CHICAGO, Oct. 6.—Milwaukee will
be the scene of the central A. A. U.
indoor track and field championships
for 1911. This «as the announcement
made by President Hermann yeater-
Mr Hermann Issued a call for a
board meeting, at which the decision
• -rd. the meet to Milwaukee will
be ratified, and regular date set. It
I H probable the affair will be run on
either the first or sf-cond Saturday
of next March.
DANNY LONG SECURES
NEW PLAYERS FOR SEALS
Danny I.nngr has secured two tipw
players for the Seals. They are
Weaver, who played shortstop for thn
York club of the Trt-state league, and
Me] i maid, outfielder and third be
man of the Tern Haute club of the
Central league. During the pn
n they have batti d .286 and .270
iiv.lv. They will not don the
Seal uniform until next sprinff.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
TEAM TRIMS KEIO JAPS
Ti iKK ). Oci 6. Before 10, apecta
i Included American Ambas
i I'Brii n, the University 'if Chl
baseball team today defeated the
Ktelo university nine, 3 to 1. Score:
errors 1.
Kelo 1, hits 5, errors 2,
HARRY BURNS IS HERE
Harry Burns, manager of the pen
nant winning baseball clubs of Em
palme, Bonora, Mexico, In the Sonora
Winter league, during the seasons of
, who, in Hi- sporting 1 In I
tnd I often referred to as
the "father of 1 a ball on the
„,,-, t," .ii"; 1 ■'1 Into the city y.
na.
p ur lng the two leasons that Burns
the Empalme club, he had
such celebrities as Pitcher Scott, now
twirling tor the Chicago White
i ■ i (andil, a! 0 of the Box;
"Klti '■ " Knight, I ' ! tie North
west league; YOl 1 ••■i — ' nager of
the Waco • lub In tl c T xas league,
and many others on his club and to
contend with on the teams of Hermo
■Hlo and ' iuaymaa.
SOME STATISTICS
During the season Oakland has
. m ore vlctoi over Portland
than any other club In tin league. The
Wolvertona nave twenty-four wins to
their credit on the league lea i i ,
while they have beaten Sacramento but
twenty-one and Los Angeles twenty
times Another peculiar feature of the
[g the fact that th( ft ■•■
[g due to tluir failure to )> at
■ ■), the tail eiul<'is Poi tland
iventy-nlne games from the
while the Bi als beal them M
out of thirty-two games play. d.
Waldo Throop, U. S. C. Time Clipper
Who Will Enter New Orleans Meet
; — r —p —_,
KING BODIE HOLDS
BATTING THRONE
Ffyl, Nominal Leader, a Lacking
Feature in the Oakland
Batting List
Ping Bodie continued to larrup the
ball at a regular gait during the week
and had little trouble in retaining his
lead as the coast's best batter. Pyfl
and Krueger, who have taken part in
but few games, loom up with good
averages, but the honors of second
place belongs to Fisher. Perry, Dan
zig, Van Buren and Shinn of the Sac
ramento force made gains for the
week. Melchoir took a slump down the
line for the Seals, while Jimmy Lewis
made a gain of a few points. Maggart
is running wild stealing bases, but
Howard is coming strong in that line.
Carlisle Is the only player with more
than 100 runs to his credit. The aver
ages follow:
Games. AB R H SB Pet.
Pfyl, Oakland 24 Tii 10 23 4 .303
Bodle, can Francisco. .186 631 90 177 27 .181
Krueger, Portland ... 27 M II 27 B .231
Fisher, Portland 143 4tlti 62 12S 13 .275
rry, Sacramento ...169 62S 73 172 32 .274
Shaw, San Francisco.l2l 377 45 103 16 .273
Tennant, San Fran . .104 723 73 193 30 .267
Madden, San Fran.... 70 237 23 63 1" .266
Lewis. San Franclsco.ll9 430 35 114 16 .265
Danzig, Sacramento,.lll 420 39 111 13 .264
Hosp, Vernon 18 103 13 27 6 .264
Daley, ..Los Angeles. ..187 666 97 ISO 41 .262
Carlisle. Vernon IS7 67G US 176 36 .269
Melchoir, San Fran... 554 54 143 26 .2f.S
Maggart, Oakland ....183 614 75 167 59 .256
Hogan, Oakland 162 600 Bt> 152 29 .261
Wolverton, Oakland..ls2 52? 42 130 fi .250
Cameron. Oakland ...US 538 46 134 16 .249
Casey, Portland 144 453 36 113 6 .247
Bernard, Los Angele».l63 518 66 128 23 .247
R. Braahsar, Vernon.lSO >j2'J 82 152 34 .245
Howard, Los Angcles.l7l 607 62 14S 62 .244
Van Buren, Bacram..lsl 638 54 130 IS .242
5-hlnn, Sacramento ..168 EM 71 144 40 .211
Ryan, Portland 167 627 69 151 25 .241
Rapps, Portland' 170 673 66 138 23 .239
Swander, Oakland ...ISO 642 54 152 19 .237
Dillon, Los Angeles...l6o 665 59 131 27 .237
Hetling, Portland .... 83 253 24 6(i 6 .234
Stewart, Ban Fran.... 47 107 10 25 4 .234
Nagle, Los AllKfles .. 4t 120 7 28 5 .233
Thomas, Oakland .... 7S 198 9 46 9 .233
Murphy, Los Angeles. lßo 6-18 69 160 S3 .232
Wares, o«k!and 187 675 61 156 44 .231
Willett, Vernon 40 I2ii ll 29 7 .231,
Olsen, Portland 171 652 s>i 150 34 .230
Coy, Vernon 172 «20 57 142 23 .22.!
I: irdman, Sacramen.l6o 654 42 131 6 .229
Viit San Francisco ..165 605 74 137 35 .226
Burrell, Vernon l"2 453 37 109 13 .226
Stovall, Vernon 119 353 40 B. 22 .225
Kastley, San Fran .. 33 SO 4 18 0 .22:>
Roth, Los Angeles ...122 429 25 96 13 .224
Tozer, Los Angeles .. 37 107 10 2! 3 .224
Delmas, Los Angeles.lßo 805 47 132 14 .222
N Braahear, Vernon.l6l 886 44 119 14 .222
Cutxhaw, Oakland ....185 656 68 150 41 .219
Brlggs, Sacramento ..MS 629 40 188 18 .219
Waring, i-'is Angeles. 57 144 13 31 1 .217
Lively, Oakland 46 127 10 27 1 .213
Rom,, Vernon 97 288 26 60 S .210
McCredle, Portland .. 62 163 16 84 0 .208
Brown Vernon 121 865 27 76 16 .208
Speas. Portland 149 486 38 98 20 202
Carroll, Oakland .... 102 2SB 32 68 13 .201
INJURY OF EVERS HAS
CHANGED ODDS ON SERIES
CHICAOO, Oct. B.—While brtting on
orld's series between Chicago and
Philadelphia has not yet become brisk,
ral wagers have been laid.
"Piker" bets have been laid at vari
ous place?, the average price being 10
to 7 on the cubs, but those, on the long
end now demand even money. Most
, , the wagers were placed before the
injury to Johnny Evens, and the lay
ers contend that with liim out of the
game it is an even-money content.
AMATEUR SCHEDULE
OAMES FOR SUNDAY
r.ns AngelM Atliletlc dul> and ralms,
at I'nlms.
>„uth Central* an<l Burk Athletlo club,
at Ascot I'ark.
Ktvals an.l Downey, at Downey.
I.os \dkcU-h t'ul)» «ud j:i Monte, at
El Montt.
Gn-at Easterns and Oeeanslde, at
Oceanßlde.
\\. si minuter* and Jeffer«nn Centrals,
nt Fortieth and MeKlnley avenue.
Los Angeles Grny» and Oxnard, mt Ox
uarcl.
J'ecan I'latinc and San Fernando, at
Sun Fernando.
O!hi(!a First* and Goldninlths, at
Ollnda.
Ollndn Second* and Santu Ana, at
Sun I v Ana.
Eurllils and California Athletlo < liih,
at Boyle llel(flit» (morning.) .
Bedondo and Gardena, at Gardena.
Vnlverslty Merchant* and San Tedro,
at .San I'edro.
Moneta Merchant* and Dya*-CHne», at
1-ort.v-seventh and Moneta avenue.
Wblttief and Teddy Uear*. at Lai
Nelton (second game of aerie*.)
Walnut and rotnona, at Toniona.
Klvemlde and Arlingtons, at Arlington.
HATL'KDAY GAMES
Clune* and Soldiers' Home, at Soldiers
Itome.
EVERS' INJURY SERIOUS;
MAY CAUSE RETIREMENT
Friends Fear That Speedy Sec
ond Baseman Will Never
Play Again
CHICAGO, Oct. 6.—John Evefs, the
•Chicago National's crack second base
man, had his leg reset yesterday at
the West Side hospital. A number of
his teammates were located in the
gallery of the operating room and
watched the setting of the broken
bone, and when Dr. Davis, who con
ducted the operation, declared it was
the worst break he ever saw in any
man's leg, they all left the hospital
with the id/-a that Bvan might never
get well enough to come back.
For forty-eight hours, at least, Evfirs
will have to lie with his leg elevated
at an angle of forty-five degrees. Be
fore he can move the Injured member
the plaster cast will have to harden.
Some unforeseen accident might occur
between now and the time of healing,
and such a thing Is possible, accord
ing to Dr. Davis and his assistants. He
acknowledged that the break In Evert'
leg Is the most complicated he has
ever Imd to deal with, and while the
physicians feel certain they will be
able to turn him out in good shape,
six chances 'in ten are aganst the
scoedy second baseman.
OUTLOOK FOR RACING
BRIGHT A EMERYVILLE
EMERYVILLE, Oct. 6.—The outlook
for some fair sport this coming race
season is very encouraging. While but
few important stables have been an
nounced to campaign out here up to
date, it is safe to assert that there will
be several hundred useful horses at
Emeryville at the opening on the 12th
of next month. Last season turfmen
were timid about shipping out here on
account of the uncertain condition that
surrounded the turf. Judging by the
rulings last year, the California Jockey
club do not fear any interference, al
though it is common gossip that the
steam roller is to be applied to oral
bitting at the next legislature.
The purses this season are to be
bingor. which will have a tendency to
Improve the sport, which was very b>\<\
lust season, and judges standing for a
Whole lot of In and out running. The
horses that performed at Salt Lake.
Vancouver, Butte, Ogden, Denver and
other western points are now being
shipped to Oakland. California should
secure at least ten stables from Louis
ville and half a dozen from the Can
adian trucks. It is also likely that half
a hundred horses that figured at the
y C( nt New York meetings will be sent
here.
SOLDIERS ENJOY BALL
GAMES AT ATASCADERO
CAMP ATASCADERO, Oct. 6.—Ac
tive maneuvers were commenced by
the California National Guard today
when Its cavalry, acting from Asun
i i<in toward Sandy Ridge, worried the
Infantry into deploying for action. In
tii" morning the entire command, reg
ular, and national guard alike, turned
out to witness the field firing of a war
strength infantry battalion, augment
ed by three machine gun platoons, all
under Major Wright of the Eighth
infantry.
The baseball league is providing 1
much sport of Interest to the camp.
Two games were playi il yesterday, the
Eighth infantry defeating the engi
neer! 19 to 7, and the Thirtieth Infan
try winning from the Eighth cavalry,
9 to 3. The standing now is:
Team. Won. Lost. Pet.
Eighth infantry 2 0 .1000
Field artillery 1 0 .lono
Thirtieth Infantry 1 0 .1000
Engineers 0 1 .0000
Eighteenth Infantry o 1 .00(10
Klghth cavalry 0....J .OO.Hi
BRITISH COLUMBIA WILL
PLAY STANFORD AND U. C.
SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. 6.—The Brit
ish Columbia Rugby unions are m >k
ing preparation! lor the annual visit
of their representative team to pi ly
California and Stanford universities
hero this month. The team -will ar
rive here Sunday, October 22, and play
the first game of the tour against Cali
fornia university on the following
Wednesday.
A. A. OF C. HOLDS MEET
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 6.—The
thirty-third semi-annual field clay of
the Academic Athletic league of Cali
fornia will be hold on the University
of California cinder track next Satur
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. The en
try list exceeds that of any previous
fall meet of the league, and from nil
Indications the meet should be a record
breaker, aa seventeen of the leading
high soliool teams of the state have en
tered teams.
ANGELS DEVELOP
SPEED AND WIN, 4-2
Howard Slams Ball for a Home
Run, and Criger Makes
Three-Bagge-
OAKIAXP, Oct. 6.—Six lilts off
Browning, one of them • homo run "y
Howard, proved •ufllolent today to
give Los Angeles its second victory
over San Francisco by ■ iOOre of 4 o
2. Hrownlng was relieved In the slxtii,
Kastley taking up the burden, and w ille
the latter was touched up lor flva nits,
none ot them figured In the tally line.
Los Angeles had its batting clothes
unpacked for the day, Crlgar hammer-
Ina out a triple and Smith B doubli'.
bealdea Howard's long drive (or n
homer. Crlger and Nagle, wlio relieve;! |
him in the BUth, allowed ne hits,
but fast fielding and poor base running j
prevented San Francisco from piling
up more than two runs. Score:
LOi ANGELES
ab r h sn ro a H
rialov cf * >> ° ° 1 '■ 0 ' 1
So'narx'rt":::::::::::.... Si j 0 1 J 0
Howard. 2h S » 4 « 1 4 0
Dillon, lb ■« l 3 I '. : „
Murphy, If !• S ? -2 1 ? ?
Halllmm, 3b 3 0 1 0 1 1 1
K-i'-SHE
SSK ,' ::::::::::::::::::j j. jjj J j
Totals .....' 32 411 8r 14 '
SAN FRANCISCO
AH R H SB PO A E
Madden, of » ] • • • \ »
Shaw, ss , b rt ■> 0 3 0 0
Melchoir rf • ft J • « ' 0
Bodle, If :;::::::::::•:::« o 1 110 0 o
T«n»«yt. lb i ? Jo 3 l o
•::::::::::::::: . s »
Mohler. 2b 0
Browning, p l o 0 o o 0 o
xllenley 2 0 10 0 10
Eastley, p -J _____ _
Total , 36 2 9 1 87 17 1
ibattea'tw Browning In flfth Inning.
SCORE BY INNINOS-
Urn Ansele. 0 0 0 I I 0 0 0 0-4
Ba.e hits J J J * f J Jo 0-2
ta^TSu^..::::::::SS ?«»•••*-•
SIMMAUY
Four runs and 8 hit, off nrownln* In *r«
smmm
too Umpires-McQreevy and Irwln.
LOUISVILLE RESULTS
TOUISVILLE, Oct, 6.-CHmatic and
tho favor™. was cut off in the back
sUeUh and finished outside tho money.
Summary:. lon .,_idi«weiss, won;
l-'lrst race. six f urI °"* envor. thlra.
Mln.ilnette. Becond, Ja*-W «ea
I:l" 6i'fth race six furlon S «—l-lttie Father,
""sixth race mile and » sixteenth—Camel,
wonf The Pee™ second; Pirate Diana, third.
Time, 1:64. _________
OGDEN RACES
nrnF « Oct. 6.—Arlonette. the favorite,
won The feature race today. Balronla w..
a close contcn.ler. Joek.y Qaugel wa» 1U"
pended Indeflnttely becau.e. with Alaxle,
he cut off lnau«i.ratlo,i In the second race.
Summary:
vimt n\x furlongs—Hannibal Hey. wnn;
Silver blocking, .ccond; Altalr. third. Tlmo'
1:1 T.
Baoond race, five furlonus—Alaxlo. won;
Inauguration, second; Cruzlnda, third. Pime,
1:03 3-5.
Thir.l race, flvo furlongn— won;
Tuhe Rose, second; Zlcll Ahrams. tutrd.
Time, 1:03 1-6.
Fourth r«ce, nix furlongs—Arlonette, won;
Balronla, second; Sowell, third. Time, 1:15.
Fifth race, one mile —Captain Burnett,
won; Oberon, neconil; Knight of Ivanhoo,
third. Time, l; 48 *■'■>■
Blzth race, seven r\irlon_»— Netting, won;
Dorothy Ann. second; Dr. Downle. third.
Time, 1:31.
OGDEN ENTRIES
First race, live (urlonga—Zlch Abramn,
Aquiline, Aunt Polly. 105; Jim CafTeraln,
10a; Galene Gale, Runsum, 99.
Second race, live furlongs—Amargosa, Dor
lde, 100; St. Heller, Copper City, 105.
Third face, five furlongs- -lit: Knowi,
Alaxle, Byron, 106; Busy Man, HurnlnK
Buih, 101; Susie Qregg, Ill; Orelio, 99.
Fourth race, five furlongi—Thtetle Eell<-,
118; llannuh I.oulse, 105; Metropolitan, 1H;
Tube ROM, 100.
Fifth race, one mile — Geiico. Pnrlnst Ban,
Swell Olrl. 102; Hannibal Oheron. 107.
sixth raoe, six furioiiKS —Sir Barry, 105;
Harry Btanhope, Judge Bhortall, Pal, Moss
back, Nebraska Lass. 108. (
CLANS GATHERING FOR
GOLF TITLE TOURNEY
CHICAGO, Oct. 6.—Miss Lillian B.
Hyde of Bay Shorn, L. 1., representing
the advance Ku;irU of eastern golfera
who are coining for th'o national
woman's championship, which takes
place at Homewood next week, arrived
in Chicago yesterday.
Many players are expected to arrive
today. Including Mlsk Fannie Osroocl
of Boston, MIH Frances Griscom, Mrs.
R. H. Barlow .ma Mrs. Caleb Fox of
Philadelphia.
The Canadian delegation, Including
Miss Dorothy Campbell, the present
title holder; Mrs. Thompson and four
or five others, are due Friday. The
Canadian women will meet a team of
western women In match play on Sat
urday.
PHIL BROCK AND TOM
MURPHY FIGHT A DRAW
CANTON, Ohio, Oct. (].—rbll Urmk, of
(Wi-lund, und Turn Murphy, i>f Ni-iv
York, fought a fa*t 1 ©-round, draw here
tonight.
WEBFOOTERS TRIM
SENATORS AGAIN
Portland Still in Winning Stride,
and Arellanes Is Selected
a Victim
y
POUTLAND, Oct. 6.—Portland won
tlio Moond game of the present series
with Sacramento, 3 to 1, today. Both
pitchers made flno ihowinga, and It
was only the good fortuno of Portland
In hitting Arrellanes In two Innings
that saved the day for the locals.
Score:
BACRAM.BNTq
AB R H BB ro A M
Shinn. 2b i 0 0 0 1 40
v,u, Burco, cf .. 4 0 i 0 4 0 v
ll.isi.r. lb I 0 0 0 1,0 U
Dan»ig. lb 4 0 0 0 10 0 0
, Uoai-diimn, 3b ... 4 0 1 0 0 0 ■
Brlggs, Tt I 0 0 0 0 0 0
Burns, M 3 10 0 3 10
La Longe. c 10 0 0 2 0 0
Arrellanos, p ... 3 o 1 0 l 3 l
Splmmao, o 1 0 o °_f-_f_
Total, 30 1 * *\.H 19 1
PORTLAND
AB R 11 SB PO A M
Ryan, cf a 0 0 o 10 o
Ol«on. »a 3 110 2 3 0
! Kruegor, if « 1 1 ° * ° °
> c««ey, 2b 3 0 0 0 I 3 I
I Sheehan, 3b 3 0 0 0 1 3 0
I R.i|)|>B. lb .1 0 1 0 » 0 0
I ni-l. rl 3 0 3 0 2 0 X
Kisher, c 4 0 0 0 I i a
; Sieon, p 2 1 1 0 0 J_ J_
Totals 2,7 3 « 0 27 13 3
■OORH BT INNINGS
Sacramento 0001000 —
Baiie hits ...11001100 o—i0 — i
Portland 00000210 —3
Base hit* ..0 0101211 •—
SUMMARY
Struck out — By Steon, t; Arellanes, S.
Bnsos on balls —Stecn. 2: Arellanes. 4, Two
base hit — Kruogor. Baorlßo* hit,—Helster,
Caaey, Ryan. Stolen bases—Arellanes,
Bheehan, Rappa. Hit by pitched -K.ru«
ger. Paand ball—Flshor. Kirst ba,e on
errors—Sacramento. 1; rortland, 1. Wild
pitch — Steen. L*ft on bases —Sacramento,
5; Portland, S. Time of game, 1.40. Ur
n. plrM — Finney and Rankln.
HETLING CASE MAY
DECIDE PENNANT
National Commission's Decision
Will Probably Be Pennant
Award of 1910
Judge Graham derlarea that Waltp»-
McCredla is laying the Portland olub
open to a rleal of trouble with the na
tional baaeball commission by defylns
the pn-sitifiit of the Coast league with
I threats of turning outlaw.
Up to uato President Oraham has not
officially received Wolverton's, protesta
of all the games in which Hetling took
part, and until tho official scorer at
Portland'delivers the written protests
to him the Judge of course cannot de
cide whether Portland will lose to
Oakland the three games which Het
ling helped win. President Graham re
fased to commit himself, but the Ouks
Intend to make a fight for their con
tentlon and Portland stands in dangrr
of losing its hold on first place. If the
games are awarded to Oakland the fig
ures stand as follows:
Clubs— Won. Lort, P<-t.
OaklanJ i"4 80 .6W
Portland 94 73 .663
Tho decision of awarding the three
games practically means tho crisis- of
the pennant race, for with such a good
lead obtained the Oaks would have a
half Nelson on the Beavers, who only
have two more weeks of play on tholr
own grownds.
PIONEER OF BASEBALL
CONGRATULATES CUBS
CHICAGO, Oct. 6.—A. G. Spaldlnsr,
candidate for United States senator
from California and a veteran of thb
baseball game, called itt the hpad
quarters of the chioiiffo ' National
leaguo team yesterday to congratulate
Manager Frank L.. Chance, president
C. W. Murphy and momhers of tha
team for winning tho 11)10 pennant.
During his visit Mr. SpiUdinp; was
pri lented with the baseball which ho
pitched- forty years ago this summer
when the Chicago White Sox defeated
the Forest City team at Rockford.
Mr. Bpaldlng expressed tho opinion
that the baseball season should bo
shortened. v
•| am heartily in nccord with tho
stand taken by President Johnson oi"
the American league, and to my notion
the ideal baseball season should start
late in April and end October. 1," said
Spalding. "Then the world's series,
the greatest event of the baseball
yfiir, would be started under perfect
weather conditions. Mark my words,
the game li going to the dogs unless
some radical changes are made along
these lines."
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