FOR PALO ALTO
The most Interesting: cricket match of
this season was played yesterday on thi
ground at Webster street. Alameda, be
tween the Pacific and Alameda elevens,
Coleso and Other Members of
tho Team Also Play a
Victory Is Mainly Due to
Excellent Stand by
A CLOSE MATCH
SPECTATORS CROWDED THE WHARVES YESTERDAY AND WATCHED THE EXCITING BOAT RACE BE
TWEEN ITALIAN CRAB FISHERMEN. THE CALL'S PHOTOGRAPHER PICTURED THREE POINTS IN A
HIGHLY INTERESTING CONTEST.
chants' Exchange station on the seawall
around Blossom Rock buoy and back
again and then to and around the Fort
Point 'buoy and back again. I
J. Farrelly. tho starter, sent nil four
boats promptly away about Z p. m. Sen
nett secured a two lengths lead, but was
unable to hold it, as GroRorio soon over
hauled and passed him. Crowley's jib did
not set well, so he took it down and reset
it. It was nip and tuck to Bloxsom Rock,
but Gregoiio was first around, followed'
by Crowley, Beng-es and Sennett in tho
order named. Gregorlo now headed 'his
boat for the sea wall, while the others all
headed up for Alcatr.iz against the flood
tide, but at the same time getting the
benefit of the river current. Crowley gain
ed steadily on the'othcrn and had a com
manding lead when Harlow. thinking It
was getting too rough, threw the ballast
overboard. The boat Immediately lost her
grip on the water and it took Crowley
A small boy is never so full of emotion
that he has no room for dinner.
SANTA CRUZ. June 23.— The base
ball same to-day between WatsonvllI*
and Santa Crux resulted in a victory fcr
the home team. Score. 20 to 2.
HOLLISTER, Jun« *3.~HoIlisters K.
Heesemaas 0. Batteries— Mills and Ford,
Peterson and Fairbanks.
HEALDSBURG, June 23.— The Del
Monies of Oakland defeated the local*
to-day by a score of 7 to 3. This is the
first game the Healdsburg team has lost
Minor Baseball Games.
PETALUMA, June 23.— Tha 'Santa
Rosa baseball team leads in the Sonoma
County League. It defeated the Clover
dale team to-day. 14 to 4. - Geyservlila
defeated Petaluma, 14 to 11.
Playing Cards and Poker Chipi.
We have by far the largest assortment
of playing cards, poker chips, dice. gaxn«
counters and tally cards In this city.
Prices right on every style of backs and
we have them alL Sanborn. VaiJ A Co.,
741 Market st. •
The Pacifies started their batting irtth
J. Myers and C. P. Coles, who scored sev-.'
enty runs before tbe partnership wa»
broken. The second wicket fell for 95.
and, the next four wickets added only 10
to the score. W. Petherick, 13, not out,
rendered most valuable service and E. T.
Langdale's 8 were very useful. The last
wicket was not captured until the score
had reached 124. victory thus falling to
the Pacific team. Harold Ward captured
seven of the Pacific wickets. Croll taking
two and Bird one. Of the ten wickets, six
were bowled and four caught.
the former winning- by the narrow mar*
gin of four runs. Alameda. under the cap
taincy of R. B. Hogue. went to the bat
first, five batsmen scoring double figures.
These were R. B. Hogue 13. G. I. Baugh
19. F. J. Croll 45. F. S. Stahl 15 and W. G.
Fort ma nn 13. The seventh wicket wa»
down for 114. the v last three batsmen
bringing the score up to 120. Caaidy took
four wickets and Coles three.
SOME HIGH 8CORES
Members of the Local Club Enjoy
Fine Sport on Stow
' Tho San Francisco Flycastlng Club con
tinued Ub monthly contest on Stow Lake
yesterday. The wind blew from the north
west, but did not Interfere with tho cast
ing. Tho following scores were made:
The monthly shoot of the Empire Gun
Club at Alametfa Point yesterday brought
cut a fair attendance of club members
and visiting sportsmen. The day being a
perfect one 'nsofar as flying target
shooting was concerned some excellent
scores resulted. The principal events
were the Allen hnndlcnp gun shoot and
the 8weeney record medal shoot. For the
former C. W. Drb«nham made the l.est
score for the dcy, with fifteen breaks out
of a possible twenty, shot In five palm of
doubles from the eighteen-yard mark, be
ing distance handicapped to that- station.
W. O. Cullen *pt a new mark for the
Sweeney record medal by scoring twenty
five without :i miss. This was the highest
score In this event for the day and also
for the season, nnd considering the con
ditions under which this medal Is shot for
Is certainly a remarkable performance.
In this match for each five birds broken
the shooter Is handicapped two yards un
til the twenty-yard mark Is reached, when
doubles must be shot, and for each five
pair broken the shooter Is again com
pelled to go buck two yards. Cullen broke
five birds from the sixteen-yard mark and
five Irorr. th« eighteen-yard mark and
five pairs of doubles from the twenty-yard
mt»rl:. find an additional four pairs and the
first bird of the fifth pair shot at from the
twenty-two-yard mark, making a contin
uous run of twenty-five straight. Twelve
other contestants entered this match. In
the other events the scores follow:
25-blrd race— Reed IS. Juster 20. Jeffreys 10,
Hannah S, Robertson 22, Chestnut 22, King 17,
Allen IS. Wetmora 20, Drown 15, Mlncke IS,
Paver 22. Peltier 17, Anderson 14. Debenham 20.
10-blrd rac«— Peltier &, Knlch «. Balrd 6. Jef
freys 4. Wetmore 8. Debenham 10. Reed ».
Robertson 8. Ramnn 7, Hauer *, Hanna 7. Cul
len 10. Allen 8. Chestnut 10. King 10. Anderson
S, Justcr 8. Bennett 7, Brown 8.
The day's sport was concluded with va
rious practice nnd pool events.
Shoot at Alomeda
EMPIRE GUN CLUB
Pine Scores Made nt the Monthly
the deciding course by a score of 7 to 1.
Alto's victory was not unlooked for. In
the over night odds the great flyer wai
held choice for the stake at o to 1. D. T.
Healey's Slsquoc was next in favor at
about the same odds and the prediction
that the latter dog would contest with
Palo Alto for final honors, and Incident
ally take second place, eras a general one.
Cronin's hound let the wise ones know
that something was doing when it made
a short undecided of the course with the
Petaluma aspirant and then. In return
for their lack of faith, sent Sisquoc to its
kennel a beaten dog and without a point
at that. Vandal's backers got 7 to 1 for
No one looked for Vandal to increase its
standing in the stake after that and there
was no disappointment when it failed to
Agamemnon furnished a surprise by re
tiring- Wedgewood in the second round.
War Kagle. the choice at 5 to 1. went
out to Talk to Me. in a course that brought
the dogs around the lot after a phantcm
Little Sister ran like a champion. It
beat Homer Boy in a close course. Sis
ter led and took the turn and the Boy
scored the kill. Both dogs were heavily
backed. Sister finally lost to Palo Alto.
John Doe was a 24 to 1 choice over Me-
Kinley. but the old courser showed that
on a wild hare It was in its element and
won out by a score of 13 to 11. Ireland
went against a pesky rabbit that could
travel a bit. too. and 'when the judge's
flag went up It told that Real Article, on
the short end at 2 to 5. had beaten Geary's
dog In a course where the score figured
Flying Fox ran well and destroyed Har
lean Gladys' chances for final honor?,
though the talent bet 5 to 3 the other way.
Following are the day's results, with
Judge John Grace's official scores:
Open stake, second round— P. M. Curtis* "War
Kanle beat K. M. KellcKR's Sweet Emma. «-?:
Rusaetl & Allen's Talk to Me beat S. M. Con
nell's White Hat. 7-6: Pasha Kennels' Roman
Athlete brat P. M. Oirtls' Echo. l*-4: Pash&
Kennels' Real Article beat Thomas Maher's
I»aa Hoy. 5-0: C. O. Peterson's Silver Cloud
beat Pasha Krone'.** Rollicking Aim. 6-5; T.
J. Cronin's Vandal beat K. Geary'a Bonnie
Pasha. C-3: K. Geary's Ireland beat J. P.
Thrift's Tyrone Prince. 5-4: George Sharman's
Chicago Hoy beat Rutaell & Allen's Castaway,
2-0; A. R. Curtis' Flying Fox beat Russell fc
Allen s Wedding Belli. 5-0; F. R Price's Bru
tes beat >•. M. Curtis' Mrs. Ftske. 5-0: Pasha
Kennels' For Freedom beat Russell A Allen's
Itosle Clalr. 10-9: F. Jones Harlean Gladys beat
Aeneld Kennels' Fine Fire. 3-2; D. J. Healey's
Slsquoc beat W. C. Glasmn's Sleigh Dells. S-i;
Star Kennels' Game Boy beat E. M. Kellotrg's
Frisco Lad. 3-0; G*on» Sharman'e Black Flush
beat Paaha Kennels Master Locket. 10-7: T. J."
Mclnerney's Norah beat P. M. Curtis' War
path, l-l: F. A. McComb's Warship beat Chl
arlnl Hron.* Dewilrop. 5-4; F. A. McComb'a lit
tle Sister bent O. 7-ihl's - Homer Boy, 3-2;
Aeneld Kennels" Agamemnon beat F. Jonea'
Wcdgrwood, H-2: E. N. Whtteslde's Greenback
beat P. M. Curtis' Cash. 5-2: Pasha Kennels'
Rural Artist beat Russell & Allen's Spiteful.
4-3: F. A. McComb's Sir Pasha beat A. R.
Curtis' Lord neaconsfleld. 9-4: J. Markland'a
The Grafter beat O. Zahl's Miss Wilson. S-3:
K. Geary's Palo Alt") beat Pasha Kennels*
Rocker. 6-2; F. B. Gerber'a Rlenzl beat T. J.
Cronln'a Thomhlll. ll-«: P. M. Curtis' Anchor
bent S. A. Smith's Petronlus. 4-2: J. R. Mc-
Carthy's John Doe beat Pasha Kennels' Law
rence. 1-0; A. R. Curtis' Vulcan beat W. C.
niassnn'a lone. T-6: P. M. Curtis' McKlnley
beat Sterl * Knowles' O'Hara, 3-1: P. M. Cur
tis' Narcissus beat P. Jackson's Golden Rus
Thlnl round— Talk to Me beat War Eagle.
24-19; Silver ITIoud beat Roman Athlete. 4-0;
Real Article beat Ireland. 15-11; Vandal beat
Chicago Hoy. "-?: Flying Fox beat Brutus. 4-0:
Harlean Gladys bent For Freedom. «-l; Slsquoc
beat Game Boy. 3-2; Black Flush beat Norah.
11-6; Warship beat Agamemnon. 5-0; Ldttle Sis
ter beat Greenback, 7-2; Sir Pasha bent Rural
Artist. 4-0; Palo Alto beat The Grafter, 4-3;
Anchor beat Rlenzl. P-0: McKlnley beat John
Doe. 13-U; Narcissus beat Vulcan. 6-3.
Fourth round— Real Article beat Talk to
Me. 7-S; Vandal beat Silver Cloud. 7-3: Flying-
Fox beat Harlean Gladys. 12-5; Slsquoc beat
Black Flush. 4-2: Palo Alto beat Warship, r.-; :
Anchor beat Little Sister. C-4: Sir Pasha a bye;
Narcissus. a bye.
Fifth round — Vandal beat Real Article, ?-;•
Slsquoc heat Flying Fox. 5-0; Palo Alto beat
Little Sinter. 3-2: Sir Pasha beat Narcissus. 5-0
Sixth round— Vandal beat Slsquoc. J-0; Palo
Alto beat Sir Pasha. 5-3.
Deciding course— Pnlo Alto beat Vandal. 7-1.
\V. G. Morrow and W. M. Edgell cruised
up to tho navy yard In the yawl Roynl
which seemed to do good work under a
single jib. mainsail and driver.
In addition to the yachts already named,
the following were under way yesterdav
The schooner Lurllnc. Chlapa and Wave'
the yawls Naiad and Spray, the sloopa
Ariel,.* Flirt. Surprise, Clara. Siren.
Mlgnon. Aeolus. Freda. Speedwell, Bolle.
Thetis. Mischief. Oenesta. Tigress. Sap
pho and Presto. The yachts Chlspa end
Royal were towed out of the straits to
Bausallto. nnd tho yachts Harpoon. Freda
and several other Corinthian craft ac
cepted the aid of launches. The auxtllarv
yawl Naiad, while towlngNhe sloop I la r
poon, ran aground on a point near tbe
Tiburon ferry slip, but both were towed
oft by a launch. The tide served poorly
for the programmed cruise, as It was eb
bing on Saturday night, and flooding nil
yesterday afternoon. A craft that at
tracted the attention of the yachtsmen
was the curious boat with a lateen sail
a jib fore and aft, and an outrigger but
there was not much opportunity to ob
serve her qualities as a weatherly vessel
as the breoKe was very light nnd tho
water unusually smooth.
Rarely has a. prettier sight been seen
on the bay than yesterday afternoon off
Paradise Cove and California City, when
a large portion of tho fleets of the S;:n
Francisco and Corinthian Yacht clubs
were trying to get Into Raccoon Straits
on their way home from various points In
the upper bay. The wind was light, hard
ly atrong enough to enable the boats to
stem the Incoming tide, and several times
threo or more yachts were so close to
gether that a man could have stepped
from one to the other with ease. All the
three clubs had a cruise to Vallejo sched
uled for Saturday, but. owing to the lack
of a favorable tide, several did not make
the rendezvous. Commodore W. N. Mc-
Carthy's schooner Ramona anchored In
Paradise Cove, while the yawl Phyllis and
the sloops Mny-and Cygnus got up as far
as McNears Landing. The sloop Harpoon
anchored at some distance from shore oft
McNenrn. Commodore H. D. Hawks car
ried his -flag on the sloop Nixie, which
with topsail set, made wonderful head
fornias Out on the Bay in
YAjCHT CLUBS CBUISE
IN A LIGHT BP.EEZE
Corinthians, San Franciscos and Cali-
half ah hour to get her back to MelRfrs
Wharf, where he gave up the race.
Grreorlo did not gain anythlnR by his
rush inshoro and Bengen boat him nearly
two minutes over the first leg of the
course. From that on Sennett was out
called, but the other two made a very
pretty race of It. Oregorlo's bout was the
ranter, but Benges handled his like a past
master and trained a ©oat length every
tlmo he tacked. He wan. first around the
Fort Point buoy by five minutes and all
Gregorlo could do was to cut a minute
and a half off his lead at the finish.
The race was originally fixed for the
large boat*, but the owners backed out.
Then the crab fishermen took It up and
arranged for an eight-boat nweepstake.
Then it came out that three of the owners
had secured boatmen to sail their boats
and four of the men withdrew. Gresrorio
stayed with the match, however, and won
"The Missouri Baciflo Limited"
The only route having through Bleeping
car service between San Francisco and St.
l M & u: jS!i! lly '"L Bto 1 > '? r * n alle/wed at Salt
if k 5i 9 U u y * ' A TfJJ V. 1 !' 'n'onnatlon ask . L.
rVI. notcher, 213 qalif ornla itwet. ¦¦¦¦•¦* ¦
tiSS§&..~ 7- \ ' "• V ..'-V
Bvent No. 4. lure caatlnir percent— B.Konniff,
89.8; C. R.Kenntff, 87.7; Iiattu, 69,«j Man»neld,
83.tjOrant.65.il. ' ..--.,
Judgea-Voung and Turner; referee. Maw
flcld; clerk, Smyth.
Pabst is called the' "old rcllnblo" by hia ad
tnlron. Tho IXitch good-looklnr captain Is
almoitt certain to poke out h hit: when it will
do tha moat rood. ¦¦. /
Moore had an off day. yesterday. Neverthe
less his "alatleU" la playing exceptionally
good ball. : • . \*\
"Daddy" Harper la playing with Sacramento
and not in a minor learue. "Saoho" atlll
hail Hla graceful curvea. • - .-,¦¦.
Bvana U a solendid . pitcher tor seven i Inn
ings. He haa great speed up to this time •»>«
then he toeroa to lota hit «orc«. -
Doctor MoBklmnn la practicing medicine. He
got hlti flrat sntlcnt yeatcrdoy. It la now his
duty to drcsa hia left . les, which wm cut by
Mr. Schwartz. *
Cal Kwlnrc plays In hard luck. lie koIh a
utrniiK team tni;<-tli<T . and then his men fall
victims to tho hoodoo. It Is the rule thai when
Cal H»:r.n a player, tho new member spends a
week In the hospital.
Charley Oraimm l« rewarded with a peanut
by an ardent admirer In the pre«n stand every
time he <\M\ni;uM\<-n lilmnrlf at bat or behind
the iiIjMk. Ho Is iiromlned a biff bac If lio
knocks ii- homo run. Charlltt Ih appreciative
of the«3 little favorn.' . • '
"Truck" Kagan Ih confined to hla homo by a
Club«— l'lnycrl. Won. Lost. . Cent.
Kan FroncUeo r.r, 20 ' 25 .&I5
Los Angeles CO 28 24 .MO
Sacramento G2 26 I 28 .f.nn
Oakland :.S5 '24 SI .136
Notes of the Game.
Followlni; I* 1 tho standing of tho team*:
Schultz, 20 and 24; F. Fcudncr, 19:Karney,
21: Kle\-e»ahl. 10 out of 15, and Bchultx, 8 out
of 10. . '
Following tho regular club event sev
eral of tho trap shooters practiced at tho
inanimate, targets, with the following: re
•Bird dead out of bound*.
JJcuatatlter 2 112 2 2— «
JackKon 1 12 0 11-5
O. Feudncr 1112 2 1-6
Six-bird poo), high gun« winning.
Colcmnn 1 1 • 0 w
In a. practice shoot G. Jackson succeed
ed in making tho following straight score:
Eight-bird pool, high guns winning:
O. Feudner 112*1212—7
.Tacknon 2 2 0 112 2 2—7
Neustadter 1 10 2 10 1 0^-3
The following is a list of back scorca
which were shot by members of the club:
M. O. Feudner 1 1111112121122 2—15
If. Justlns 0 21222IO222222 2—13
W. II. Neuntadter..l 1211221201111 2-14
J. V. Coleman 1 OOllllOlOw — 0
A. Roos 2 2222201201001 2—11
Even M. O. Fcudncr was out of form
and in the club shoot hQ lost two of his
birds." In the back score shoot, however,
he made a clean .record.
The scores for the day were as follows:
San FrancUco Gun Club's regular monthly
»!ioot at live birds, 15 birds to each man:
M. O. Feudner 2 132212»2I1220 2-1J
G. II. T. Jackson..! 12212121221:2 "-1I
J. P. Karncy 1 2221101*01221 2-12
"L<ta" 0 11022»2220021 2— ID
IV. H. NeustaCtcr..! 120211111211* 0-12
V.Ak. Former 2 2121212012112 1— 14
n. Klevesahl 1 2101121011012 2—12
VV. E. Murrlock....l 10111211111*2 2-13
T.. 1* BchultJ! 2 220202122022* 2-11
H. Juatlns 2 012222220*202 1-11
Cuthbert * 02*02*11200 — C
J. V. Coleman 1 0022212111210 1— 11
A, Roos 2 0202211102010 2-10
J. V. Coleman shot at the traps yester
day and the best accredited to him was
12 in the club race and 6 in the back score
A poor attendance and scores that were
scarcely up to the average marked tho
regular monthly shoot of the San Fran
cisco Gun Club yesterday at InplenMe. A
preat number of the trap shooters havo
deserted the traps for tho rod and reel.
The indifferent scores wero principally
due to the birds, many of which were
"setters." which, when turned loose from
the traps, refuse to fly. but commence to
investigate the turf for something to eat.
By the time they do condescend to take
flight the trap shooter han become so
nervous and impatient that a miss is gen
erally registered against him.
Cisco Gun Club Marked by In
Regular Monthly Event of San Frnn-
FOOIt ATTENDANCE AT
THE TRAP SHOOTING
have been more than 2000 people
strung out betv.-een the new fishermen's
wharf at North Beach and the foot of
Powell street, all discussing the merits of
the boats and betting on tho result.
The owners of the boats are all Italian
fishermen, but three of them were sailed
by Whitehall boatmen, the owner in each
Instance acting as helper. The entries
were: Captain Barlow's boat, sailed by
D. Crowley Sr. ; Captain Barbarossa'u
boat, sailed by Heine nenpes; Chico de
Grecorlo's boat. Failed by the owner, with
his brother to help him. and Captain
Sneuk's boat, nailed by J. Sennett. The
first boat received a $50 nnd the second ft
120 prize. The course was from tho Mer-
A FOUR-CORNERED race in crab
boats was the center of attraction
on the v/ater front yesterday.
About startincr tlmo there must
learned ran*— Los AngelcH 3. Sacramento 1
Three-baM hit— Householder. Two-bAM hit*—
Householder. R«llly, Hutchinnon, McOucken
Devercaux. FJrut bane on errors— toB AngoleH
¦L 8acramonto 1. First bae« on called ball»—
Off Hale 3. Left on bauen-I/w Anicclm 4, Bac
nunento S. Struck out-By Hale 4, by rftricJc
lett 1. Hit by pitcher— Hutchlnnon. Double
play«-8he»ha.n to Doyle to 6he«han; Roltz to
fcefly to Hutcbinson. Wild pltch-etrlcklett.
T»m« of nm»-l;«5. Umolr«-Or*y«m,
I»fi AnsclMi 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 •— I
Base him ?. 2 2 0 1 1 1 I •—ill
Sacramento 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o— i
riaer. falta 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 l ]_ 7
Totals 34 1 T 0 24 12 3
RUNH ANI» IIITB BY INNINOH.
Total* 32 in 4 27 ' 3! 1
AH. H. BH. BH. I'O. A. E
D»V«:reaMX. H. P 4 1 10 1/21
McljUUKhlln, If ft it. 4 0 0 0 2 d n
Courtn«O', 2b 4 0 10 1 4 1
1/oylfc. r. f. & lb.... 4 0 10 8 10
McOucken. o. t 3 0 1*0 J 0 0
Strlekl*ti, V 4 O . c» 0 0 1^0
fitanWry. c >10 2(i42 0
Slu-fhan. t\i 3 0 0 o 4 2 1
Carter, lb *. r. f -4 0 10 a 0 0
Harper. I. f 1 0 0 'i 0 <l 0
ATI. R. nu. KIJ. PO. A. E.
Rrockh'.ff. r. f 4 0 0 1 J 0 . l>
It»ltz. 2b 4 12 12 10
Hou*ehol4»r. c. f... 4 S 2 1 1 0 0
Spl**. c 4 1114 10
HuichliiHon, lb 3 0 1 0 13 0 o
ReJlly. Sb 4 0 10 3 3 1
K« II;--, a. ¦ 4 0 0 0 2 !i H
liowro»n, 1. f 3 0 2 0 1 0 0
Hnlc. p 3 0 10 0 3 0
LOB ANGELES. Juno 23.— Householder'*
batting vran the feature of to-day'B game,
in which the Senators wen ntver danger
ous. D*:vr:r«iaux !njure<l himself sliding
home In the elffhth. Hanlon did not j»!ay,
owing to hlK father's death. The score:
Another Game for Los Angeles.
Run* rmfwulM* for— Wh»l«n 1. First ba»«»
on trrorc — San Fr«nd«co 1. Oakland 2. First
bao» on call's^ bails— San Krsnciftco I. Oaklan'i
2. I>eft on baneH— San Franclnco 3, Oak In ml 3.
Ktruck yit— Hy Moskiman '1. Double play—
SrhTrartz to Krug to I'abr.t. Pawled ball—Gra
ham. Time of B»me — ". minute*. Umplre~Ty
l'-r. orn'ial >orrr— II. O. McFv.rlMne.
Tctai* 17 3 4 1 13 4 2
RUNS AND HITS BT INNINGS.
San FrascSiico 0 0 10 0— I
IJ«*» hl»» 0 0 2 0 1—8
Oakland 1 0 2 0 •— J
L'l" h!t» 0 0 4 0 •— 4
AR. B. Elf. I'O. fc"M. A. E.
Dur.te»vy, 1. t 2 2 1110 0
Drcnnas, c. f Z 0 C 0 3 0 0
Stre!b. lb 2 I J 0 4 « 0
MoisUIma^. u 2 0. 1 0 0 0 0
Arreilanfrs. 2b 2 0 1 (< b 2 0
Francks. r. • 1 9 0 0 1 1. 1
Moor». 2b 2*00010
l»hman, e 2 ft 0 0 3 0 0
Babbitt, r. f 2 0 5 0 0 0 1
Totals 16 1 2 0 1! « 2
Red Mfn't Fchuetz«n Cornrwny, monthly
medal shoot — Champion class. William Dres»
ler. VIZ: ftr»t does, r«.ptain Grleb. 311; s-cond
cla.r.r. J. A. Mohr. S75; third claim. II. Schult.
KS: fourth clac*. I>. Tamke. 21C: best ftrnt
fhot. C Oldasr. U; best last «hot. J. A. Mohr,
Red M«n'i Fchuetz*-a Company, monthly
bulliseye shoot— Captain BUtbit m»dal. lina.1.
Captain H. Grleb: flnt prize. 'Willtara Dream
ier; mreond prire. P. H. itullfs; third prize. II.
lUrh, fourth prize. Captain H. Grleb; flfth
prize. D. Tarnke.
Golden Gate RISe and Pistol Club, semi
monthly handicap— A. Gohret. 727. 2JS: D. n.
Faktor. 214. Gold medal— W. F. Blaise. 1S2.
203: M. F. Blaise. MO. 2(13. 214; B. Jonaa. 205.
2f«. 814. 21«: C. M. Henderson. 224. 222: J. F.
BridK-es, 20C. Sliver medal— F. Fay, 173, 151,
191. 1V>: E. L. RlArr.»n»chneldf-r. IS3. 190. PIh
tol. handicap— J. E. Gorman. T,. ?6. S5. »i. 8i;
W. F. niasse. 80. SS. 8L Silver n:ednl-M. J.
Graf^m. e 2 1 1 0 1 C 9
Whalen. p 1 0 1 0 0 « 0
NordiJ^utfcher Schuetzen Clab, a:onthl7
meOal shoot— Firs', champlo:; cias*. F. P.
K-hu«*»r. 440: second champloc clasa. not won:
flrat clasw. D. Salfleld. •W7: cwoad clos«. L,.
Brune. 37f: third claa.«. V.'. Doell. 3SC: Tourih
clasK. H. S"thxnann, S24; best first shot. I).
Salfle!d 24; be»t Ibbi nhOw W. F. Oarm». K.
Gfrmania Schuetzon Club, 'mcnthly b«il*ey?
j-hool— R. Steitir. I7S. J. Geffcen 27S. \V. Doell
3u3, K. Brandt 5J0. C. M. Heodencm 4t5. H.
Z*ch«>r 4SC. D. B. Faktor 600. F. P. Schuster
CSS. D. Salfleld TOO. J. F. Bridges 7S1. 1^. N.
Rltzau -%6. L. Haake 80«. \V. Gootze S15. H.
Schwl^K»r 905. J. Utschlsr 325.
Ssn Fracrlsco Schuetwn Verein. nonth:y
bullseye *hoct— F. H»nsel 100. D. Saift«-!<i IBS.
L. BendH 3«. J. Ofken 416. F. Brandt 459. J.
Horstmann £60. H. S'clSlnc £71. Cas>tnln J.
Tho<J« 6iO, R. Stettin 601. J. UtBchlfr €15. W. F.
Garms t«3. J. Beutt>r 710. F. P. Schuster 713.
H. Meyer 773. A. Pape 7S5. F. Baeckmann 80S.
Alec Pape £29. W. Oliaa^raann S3j. C. F. Tbler
barh &3». G. H. Haiir-i 310.
The scores were as follows
The marksmen were present in large
numbers at the Shell Mound ranges yes
terday and good scores were the order
of the day. The international shooting
festival is only a few weeks distant and
local interest runs high. All of the oid
timers are In good form and many of the
ydunger marksmen are looked upon as
likely to win some of the best prizes.
The San Francisco Schuetzen Verein
made more bullseye« yesterday than on
any previous day since organization. The
other club? present were the Golden Gate
Rifle and Pistol Club. Germania Schuot
ren Club. Red Men's Schuetzen Company
and the Xorddeut?cher Schuetzen Club.
more than a record he established la^t
month. Gorman is but a novice with the
small arm and his feats are attracting
general attention among the crack shots
of the country. He also holds the recori
for a string of 100 shots. His remarka
ble shooting was done in the presence of
club officials and other witnesses and will,
when properly authenticated, undoubted
AB. R. BH. PO. SB. A. E
<>o!i. e f 2 0ooi»o
HJHrbrand. 1. 1 2 0 10 0 0 0
Srhwartz. 2b 1*00011
T'A'.ft. Ib 2 0 0 0 £ 0 0
Krcr. *. ¦ 2 0 0 0 2 2 1
>.v.r4jrk», r. t 2 0 0 6 10 0
.J. RMliy. »b 2 0 0 0 13 0
V l'x> to the time of the trouble the Dudep
nad a lead of two runs. In the third they
tent out four sinclen in rapid succession.
' Whalen objected to Tyler adjudging his
ell^ren attempt to hit the ball a bunt.
nn^. of necrsBity. a strike. Jimmy claims
he tried to send It out and it went foul.
At any rate the effort ended the game.
Following Is the ncore of half a game:
'Umpire Tyler and Whalen had a dippute
In the fifth inning of the morning game.
and, as ir. all affairs, the former came out
on to?. "Chimmy der Whale" wax asked
to contribute I* twice and also to Ir-ave
the came. He did the latter and will lat«>r
pay the money, a* the Dutch had no
other pitfher on hand the iramo wax for
Oakland 9. San Francisco O.
v-V ¦¦¦¦.;¦ ..'¦.'¦. <By default.;
Hodson. as usual, pitched a fine game.
but iraii given miserable support. The
I>udes rolled up seven errors in as many
innings. Moore was responsible for two.
r.!thou£h many believe the scorer should
have given him four black marks. All
his chances «vere hard. His throw home
to Lehman in the eighth was fairly good,
but Petey let :t po through his mitts, and.
Moskiman was accidentally spiked by
Schwartz and had to retire late in the
same.-.: Following is the score:
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Croll. e. f 5 0 ; o 4 0 <»
HUdebrand. 1. i 5 c- 1 0 1 0 0
Pehwartz. a> 4 ; : 1 3 0 0
P»b«. lb 4 ; i : s i e
Knur. %. * f : J T 1 ; 0
Ncrcyke. r. f 3 . o 1** 0 2 0 o
TWllr. 3b 4 10 • i 3 o
Ortbim. c 4 1 0 o « 1 0,
Kvans p 3 !"• 0 0 i> 2 0
V.balea. p I ? 0 0 0 1 0
Total* 37 « R I r » 0
¦ ; ?": AB. R. BH. PB. PO. A. E.
r>nsl<»»ry, I. ? 5 J 1 o 1 0 9
Drer.nan. c. f 4 : 0 o 4 0 0
Str«lb. r. i 4 1 2 0 ; 0 I
M«>sklman. Ib 4 2 2 1 12 O 1
An»ll»n*f £ « C 0 2 3 1
Francks. 5 s= 110 0 3 2 1
Moore. Sb « 0 l 0 1 3 :
lyohman. '•.. 4 0 2 0 1 3 1
Holsnn. I- • •• 4 • 0 <i Z 2 0
Babbitt .. I 0 0 0 « 0 0 j
Totals".. I* * « 1 r n ; I
. /RUNP AND HITS BY INNINGS.
San : Tr*nr\*tt 0 0 110 0 0 4 0—6
&**» bits 9 *> 1 2 1 1 0 3 0— S
O*5clan<J 0 i) 0 0 2 0 0 3 (V-6
Base hit* 0 0 0 0 2 ; I 3 0—2
}\ V;-i::? '¦ -' .' SUMMARY.
Runs - r*»rrnslbip for— Hcyl^on 3. E^•an» 3.
' PacriSc* hits— Ev*.rr. Nordyke. ArreMan*;*.
Flr«t ba*» on errors— San Francisco 3. Fiirt
has* on f-a'.led ball«— San Francisco 2. Oakland
S. L*ft r,r. ba«*» — San Fmnclf"^> s. Oaklanr] S.
Strnrk out— By Ho4«on 1. by Evans J. by
T\>al*n 2. I>ouble play— Hodson to M^«klmaa.
Wild pit- h— Hmiron. Time of ram* — 1 :15. I'a-
Tlrt— Tyi«T. Official ncor^r— MrFarlane.
Evans and Bodsba were the opposing
pitchers until the eighth, when I'ncle
Hank pent Whalen in to twirl. This
move was the right one. as Evans was
tirinp and hi« preat speed was diminish
ing. Had Evans remained there is a prob
ability that victory would na\-e gone to
the Oaklands. ss in this inning they be
pan to use the Mick. Whalen stopped the
The frame vif full of thrills and retained
the Interest of ihe spectators to Its con
San Francisco 6. Oakland 5.
; Fully- 7009 people crowded Recreation
T*ark yesterday afternon and sa» the
Dutch take anoi n«»r grame from the Beau>.
Dudes Give Hodson Ragged
Support— Standing of
Locals Defeat Oaklands
in an Exciting
J. E. Gorman, the crack pistol marks
man, again surpassed his own fifty-shot
world's record yesterday. His score for
the surlne was 475. which is one point
Many Schuetzen Club Mem
bers Gather at Shell
Wonderful Score Made
by Gorman With
BREAKS HIS OWN
THE SAN FRANCISCO CAI/L, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1901.
SPORTS OF THE FIELD AND WATER ATTRACT MANY FOLLOWERS
The Favorite, Sailed by D« Crowley, Is Beaten Because the Own<
Throws Out Ballast When Broken Water Is Reached*
ITALIAN CRAB FISHERMEN RACE
FOR PRIZES IN STRONG BREEZE
Eugene Geary's Palo Alto, the fastest
courser in the game, won first money In
the 120-dog open stake yesterday at Union
Park, beating T. J. Cronin's Vandal In
Vandal Beats Sisquoo at
Odds and Lands in
Geary's Fast Courser
Wins Money and
C. O. YnutiK
II. K. Mullcr
K. A. Mocltor
C. R. Kennlff
| 87. S
C. O. YnutiK
II. K. Mullcr
K. A. Mocltor
C. R. Kennlff
| 87. S
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Risks and Premiums. Msr. Risks. Premiums.
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