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BIG KILLING MADE ON
M'GRATHIANA PRINCE
After Being Backed From 6
Down to 2 He Comes
. On and Wins
J. R. Jeffery
SEATTLE, July 19. — In «p!t« of the
mediocrity of the horses engaged the
racing at The Meadows today \u25a0was
fairly formful. although Rudabek. : th£
on'.y odds on choice of the day, lived
up to the traditions of hot favorite*
md finished outside the money. Ruda
b^k's defeat was due to "Cricket"
Kelly's injudicious forcing of a fast
*>arty pace, his mount quitting all over
in the stretch.
Dr. RowelJ's failure also cost the
public a pretty penny. He had all hie
foot, but found six and a half furlongs
too far to carry his speed. As three
favorites were successful the public
had the better of the setto with the
layers. V
Peter Donaleche arel his connectfor.s
brought off a coup with the horse Mc-
Orathiana Prince, which won In a
gallop. He was backed from f! down to
2. which hit the ring; hard. Metla
katla, neglected in the betting. because
of the present* of the novice : Lentz In
the saddle, was the only surprise. She
won on her own courage.
Charles Green was bid up by Early
Wright, but was retained by the Baker
City stable. Vr'O
Seattle Selections
J. R. Jeffery
First race— Money Mnsa, Elfin j
Kins, Mtke Jordan.
Srcond race— Sachet, A l l errnut b,
Irfxh Mall. . %yf:
Third rae* — May L X, Hereafter,
Aunt Polly.
Fourth rac^ — CoHr^e \Vido>r,
Alter F, rtaletch.
Fifth rarr— FantoKO, Croix dOr,
Qnren Alamo.
Sixth raff Edwin T. Fryer,
Logistllla, Chollt Iledrlcfc.
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First race —Five fcrlonp*. arlllng:
2C2 Elfin Kins*..ll2' 1271 H. C. Runte..lO7
iT5 Mike Jordan..ll2 1250 Willi* <;repK..lo7
?2t? ni.k Wilson.. 11(»! 12*0 T>avUi Poland..lo7
£T>s G'.rndeanlng . 1071 1280 Hersain I«5
274 Money Mass..Hi7( 1247 I'r. Wheeler..l«r
i2<j Selisco 107! Su«lc Cress ..110
Kecnnd race —Seven furlong*, filing:
2IS Aitanero 1131 1169 Haielin* 107
yS Aftermath ...109! 12J>1 Iri.-b Mall ...1«*
lS4)Kruia 10&| 12C5 SacUt-t 104
2*1 n«"d Bail ....l(»i 1273 Weatbcrford ..I(i3
£l Taos \u25a0 1091
Third rae*> —Fire and a half furlong*. sellincT ]
V3 LaCy MrthfuLlosi 1203 Mary «. Clark.'lOO j
2f3 Aont Polly .'.103 12S* Hereafter SS
SC* CaCichon 102! 1205 S. Uunayinede. 'M
17S Kappa 10i| 1C29 Otto IMoe ... 93
25S Ptkcjoa lOlj 127S May L N 31
rnnrtb race —Fire furlong*. Woodland's ban
^2l C«l!^c» Wdowllß! 1257 Alie* F 105
257 Kalelgn llfii 1257 Arthur Hyman.lo4
7»»)F<»llie L 112! 1257 lU!nade ......UH
25T Erantart ....llli 1273 HertTes U3
til? Earij Tide ..110j 10U Glorio .. ..IVi
!60 Creston 110|
Ear'y Tide and Crwton coupled as De Arraan
try. '
Fif:t race —One and an eighth miles, selling:
173 Kennit 107) 1270 Capable 107
2V2 Tarriran 107) 1252 Bessie Vasey.-IUJ
252 Faiiti>BO 107 i i 276 Qoeen Alamo..ltts
241 Croix dOr ...107J 1252 Hippocrates ..102
Sixtb race —One mile, handicap:
2SS LoyistllU ....1151 964 Judge Nelson. 33
... Oriiene 9& 1258 Johnny Lyons. »2
277 E. T. Fryer., fij 1277 Vox Popnll ... 1»2
24Ss Cholk Hedrlcl 124S Trea*. Seeker. 90
Th^ Call's Form Chart of Races at Seattle
SEATTLE, July 19. — Eighteenth day. Weather fine. Track fast. H. H. Egbert, presiding
Judge. Arthur Me Knight, starter. * ' ' \u25a0
* ooe FIEST EACE — Six and & half, furlongs;; selling; 4 year olds and upward; value, $250.
Index.] Horse— t w tt St. Str. Fin. | Jockey. \ Op. Cl.
1252 ißakersfleld JlO7 \ 2 15 15 Palms 2 8 5
SSOI Trsmway |1O« f*O 3 2 -2 n Riddle ....:.. 12, 10
1269 Rcstic Lady 10G 4 21 31 Small 6 7
1212 Caroburn .". ; 105 6^*B 1 4 3 H*yes ....... 10 13
1268 Bessie Weifly 105 1 4 1 .5 1 ; Clark '- 8 8
1212 Lady Kent « 105 7 6 2 6 1 A. Smith ... 10 15
1275 Bonnet 105 3 7 3 7 6 GroM 6 8
1214 Pepper Pod 100, . »S. 82, 8 5 Gilbert ..... 20 40
1203 Lydia Wroosman \u0084..109] » 93 .91 Hoieomb .... 12 25
1262 JDe«carte» 107] 10 10 10 McClala ..... SO 60
Time— :2tU. :<9H, 1:14%. 1:21%. Bakersfield, 7-10 place; 2-0 show. Tramway, 4 place; 2
chow. Eostle Lady. 6-5 ahow. Start pood. Won easily. Next three drirlng. Bakersfleld
had only to gallop all the way. Rustic Lady shot her bolt trying to keep within striking ,
distance. Caxoimrn ran well. '"•-\u25a0'•- -' '- ; - - -\u25a0 • \u25a0\u25a0 -. \u25a0
1 OQC SECOND RACE — Six and a half furlongs; selling; 4 year olds and upward; Talue #250.
Index.! Howe— |Wt| . St. - Str.. Fin. 1 Jockey. | Op. "cT
1275 Charles Green t 107 8~ 4 3 1~1 '. Clark ....... 5-2 .5-2
12T4 Katie Bell 105 6 3 3 3 1 Mcßae . 8 7
1255 Miller 1 * Daughter -.105 4 7 1 8 1 McClala'.;..'. 12 13
(1249) Dr. Bowell '..102 1 12 4 p Mentry 2 9-5
674 Royal Scot 107 6 61 5h |Gross ...... 30 30 "
(12«fl) Lorey Mary 105 : 7 81- 61 Hayes ...... 6 13 !
111% Marie Antoinette 105 32 2 7 1 Garrsn 60 100 |
1261 Hattle Carr .. i 105 9 92 8 8 Howard 5 7
1241 Old Mike ....107 10 10 96 Palms ...... 20 75
1250 Black Clond 107 3 •5 1 10 - McEwen .... 20 75
Time — :2354. :48, 1:14. 1:21. Charles Green, 4-5 place; 2-5' show. Katie Bell. 5-2 place; 6-5
show. aiffler'e Dacghtet, 2 show. Start good. Won first fire driringr. Charles Green much .
the best. He came from a long way back. Dr. Bowell found the route too long. Katie Bell
and Miller's Danycter finished well. "
1 4Q7 Till ED RACE — Seres furlongs; mares, 4 year olds, and upward; Talue, $200.
l^O/ \_ . '. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 " ' .'\u25a0-..\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 ..--' #' ' j
Index.! Horse— |Wt| St. Str. Fin. t Jockey. | Op.~~cT j
UlTOHCrferM 103 1 1 1 1~3 Mentry 3-2 6-5 I
1197 lEamona II 10* 3 3 1 2 1 Keoeh 6-2 9-2
1241 Southern Lady II 108 7 4 1 3H Manders 15 10
1261 Dangerous Girl 103 2 62 43 Gilbert ...... 25 »30
1282 Bessie Vasey 10S| 6 -74 5 2 Hunter ...... - 8 12
1226 is'torma 10SI 4 5161 Clark .......I 6 IS-5 >
1261 illaud Mulier :. lOSI 3 2% 78 Gargan ...... j 10 20
1255 jSnaTita jlO3| 8 8 8 • Holconb •...'. | 40 60
Time — :23»4, :49. 1:15, 1:28. CriglL 1-2 place; 1-4 show. Ramona 11, 8-5 place; 7-10 show. :
Sonthera Lady 11. 6-6 show. Start good. Won easily. Next three drlTlng. Crigll waited !
fa front for fire fnrlong», then west on and won easily. Utmona lay off pace first part. !
Dangerous Girl finished welL Mand Mnller showed speed.' Bessie Vasey improrlng. -. '.- \u25a0• \
[OQQ FOURTH BACE — Scrcn furlongs; selling; 3 year olds and upward; Talue, -S2OO. j
idfx.j Horee— > |Wt| St. Str. . Fin. | - Jockey. | Op. Cl.*, :|
250 IMetlakatU ."*. 1041 « 5 S-; In Lent* ....... 8.. 12 i
258 JBnnsutn 98t 5 36,. 2 4 Manders .....' 20 30 ,
2CS iSenator Warner ...........:....... 83' 4 1 h 3 1 Charbonneau.. 5 7
2C2 {Rndabck . 11l 2 23 4 9 W.'Kellr ... 6-5 9-10
.251 jSeTtn Be»s 103 7 64 , 5 3 Daris ... 3 3
J^6 El Chthuatc* ....... ....11l 1 '4b- 6 h Clark ....... 10 20
255 jJackfnH . ..............1111 3 7 7 --\u25a0'\u25a0- T. SnlllTan. . . 15 15
im* — :23. :47fe. 1:14 U. 1:27H- Metlakatla, 4 place; 7-5 show. . Runsum, 12 place; 4 show.
Senator Warnpr. <-10 show. . Start good. Won -first two driTin*. t . Third stopping. Metla
- katla end Eunscm came from behind after the rider* had raced Senator Warner and Rodabek
to s standstill In a -hard drive- Metlakatla outgamed ;; Runsum. Seren Bells - got away
' poorly and showed little speed. -• -\u25a0 • . \u25a0'. \u25a0' x. - ' . : r * v
1 OQQ FIFTH RACE— One • and a siiteenth ralles; selling; i year olds and upward; Talue, I
I^OJ. g.50. . .;... - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0,"\u25a0.-\u25a0.-'. \u25a0 ' , . '\u25a0\u25a0. --\u25a0\u25a0-.'.; -/'\u25a0--.; ;-;,-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.- *-y . ; .\;
Indt-x-l Horse— |Wt} St. Str. Fin, j Jockey. t Op. "cC *'
<«40S)]McGratiiana Prince 109 3 ~2~i 1 3 Mentry 6 12-5
1282 iJlngler .109 7 41 -2n Riley ....... :6-. 7
12^2 IPacifico .'. 103 .2 11^ 3 1 ~ Gross ...;:.. *\u25a0 6-5 8-5 >-
1270 j Moor ...V...;...« .................. 104 > « 6 b 4 2 . Andrews .... 15 vl6
1232 'Our Sallie 107 5 3 H 5 1 Hayes V*....V. > 5. ;' lO
1235 llkki :. ..i.. ......... 107 1 01 "64 . Archibald ... 15 :16
1216 !Pre*tolus .......-... — ...... 109 B ', 8 7 8 Small ....... 60
1263 !Duellrt f .....109[ 4 73 - S', -". 'T. SalllTan... ..-60-
Tlme— :24%, :.\u25a0», 1:16, 1:42%, , 1:48. McGnthtana Prince. 6-5 place;' 7-10 sbow. Jingler, 3-2
place : "7-10 show. Paeifieo. . 1-4 snow. Start good. -- Won easily. . Next • three • drlTlng. * Me- ,
Grathi&na Prince waited on Padflco for six fnrlongs, ". then : rolled la. When collared'
: Paclfleo quit." Moor and Our Sallie ; ran fairly well. "\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
I pQf| SIXTH RACE— One mile; selling; 4 year, olds and upward; Talue, $250. \u0084 ~*7~~
Index.) Hmw — IWt- St. Str. Kin. t{ Jockey. \ Op. CL .
1276 Jack Ad»m5. ...................... 107}- 331 ,1 1^ IGross .......I -6-29-5
1272 Santa Ra.r .: ...inrj; 4 .52 2 3 Gilbert ...... -10 16
1272 Rod Reynard ..<.. : ....107 .*i 62 3h Butwfll ..... 79
(I^4) Judße ;...:...\u25a0......\u25a0;....'..... Uf 1 2 : H,42 RiDaTli..:.. f 6-2 .B-2
12Tv3 iSllTer Wedding .105 S 4«& 5 2 Manders,...'.. 6 0
' 1259 JDewey .'. .":......... 110 6 7 1 6 1 W: Ke11y. .... 6 12
. 1276 PresUte , ..!105 2 11 -. !7 4 - Buxton - ...... 10/:l6 :
\u25a0 1264 |Fon«i»ta '....'....•..'.•;.'..-..•....'...".. 102 7 8 r.fj .-\u25a0 Ryan ...:.;*.. 10 15 "
Time — :2*H, :4ft. 1:1494. 1:40>4.: Jack Ad»ms. 7-10 place: 1-3, show. Santa Ray, .6-2, place. "
Red Reynard. 3-2 show. \u25a0;" Start ; good." -* Won all : out.*- Next _\u25a0 three" driTing. •' Jack ";' Adams '-
waited on pace,tn stretch, then!wentL«n.-:Santa"Rsj-»nlmpn»Ted ma re. - Prestige dogged":
it badly.' Judge stopped in the ta»l.furlons.v t ßcd;Reynard,closed'stoutlj. \ -.'.-. \u25a0.\u25a0..'-.- ".~ ---..\u25a0; * :
Fast Yachts Meet Today in Race Around Heads
WILD THROW BY DELMAS
LETS COMMUTERS WIN
Three Runs Come Over
When Angel Shortstop's
, Wing Goes Bad
RESULTS OF GAMES
Oakland 5, Loi Aae^iem 2.
Pftrtland 7, San Francisco O (10 In
nings).
STANDING OF TI|E CLUBS
W. 1,. Pc«.
l.os Angeles .53 SO .570
San Francisco ........ 53 4.1 .550
Onklsnd SI 50 . 505
Portland S4 n!> JiO4
It tckes more than figures to
win baceball games, as can* be
seen by reference to the score
of the game at Recreation park
yesterday, when the Oaks took the
proud league leaders Into camp. 'While
Los Angeles scored only two runs off
nine hl's. the men from across the bay
6?nt five men over the plate on seven
hits. Opposite the name of Delmas,
the Angel shortstop, a big 3 looms up
In the score under the heading of
"errors." These were really respon
sible for the bulk of the runs made by
the opposing team.
Oakland started well pn the first in
ning by scoring the first man up. Smith
singled and stole second. He was sent
to third on Van bunt and
brought home on Eagan's out. The
team did the remainder of its scoring
in the sixth inning.
Heitmuller hit theY right field fence;
Eagan walked, and Bliss forced him at
eecond, Keitmuller going to third. Big
bee wPlked, filling the bases. Haley
singled through " shortstop Delmas'
hands, scoring Heitmuller and' again
filling tho bases. Devereaux thought
itswas pretty soft down in the: short
stop's territory, and he also hit there.
Delmas then did the star act of the
afternoon. _ Ke \u25a0 fumbled the ball In
,or<ler to g^l a hold on It and then made
a bad throw to the initial sack to cut
off. Bill. . The ball rolled to the
bleachers. To the excited spectators it
seemed the entire Oakland team had
gone mad and was tearing around the
sacks, but as the flying streaks gradu
ally took shape it was seen that only
Bliss, Bigbee and, Hale 7 were making:
their way Around to the home, plate,
where, .they . could catch the eyes of
. the official scorer. Four runs satisfied
them and they then knocked off the
run getting for the day.
I The Angels made a bit of a rally in
the eighth, but it proved of no avail.
Pitcher Xagrle was there with . a two
I baggrer to center. . Bernard, the next
; man, struck out, but Bliss dropped the
I ball. This meant that the sphere had,
to.be sent down to first and Xagle
took advantage of the play to start for
third. Ke slid into the bag end reached
out to touch it, but he slid past, owing
to the- momentum of his body. Dev
ereaux put the ball on him and he was
out, much to his disgust.
Ellis then singled to center and
Brashear followed with a hit down the
I same groove. The ,ball was relayed
in from the field to head off Ellis, but
he beat It out and scored the first run
for his team. A moment later Brashear
made his daring steal of the home baer.
This was all Dillon's men could do, as
the "Cap" wae out on a little hit to
the pitcher retiring the side. The
score:
LOS AXGELES
AB. B. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Bernard, -c. t 4 0 1 0 2 0 O
Elli*. L t. .......... 3 11 0 3 0 0
Brashear, 2b 4 1 2 1 4 2 0
Dillon, lb 4 0 0 0 8 3 0
CraTath, r. t 3 0 10 100
Smith. 3b .;...'..». 4 0 2 0 0 10
Delmas, sj 3 0 1 0 I's 3
IH.1 H. Hogan, c 3 0 0 0 1 1 0
THE/. S AtSi[ ; K* K A^N ( f! I ?S(i/tJ !s A:T.U ßD, A.Yjr^tel,,lJ \£T&: '-^o^ . -lyuT.'
Star Skippers of the San Francisco Club Will Compete for
the Handsome Trophy Donated by Commodore Phillips
FIVE OF THE FASTEST YACHTS OX^THE CAY WHICH WILL^ RACE* FOR THE :'BLUE ''KIBBOX OF THE PACIFIC. THEY ARE, READING FHOM THE LEFT TO RIGHT,
TOP HOW, YANKEE *AXD IOLA. CENTER. NIXIE;, BOTTOM < RQW, SPEEDWELL AND HARPOON. , .
Nagle, p. ..301 0 4"2 0
•Eager \u0084. 1 o 0 0 ,0 0 0
Totals .. .....32 2 9 1 24 14 * 3
- OAKLAND ;
! AB. K. 811. SB. PO. A. E.
Smith, 1. f . . 3 1 2 2 0 0 0
Van Haltren, c. f 4 0 2 0 3 0 0
Heitmuller, r. f.....4 1 2 0 2 0 .0
Eaffan, ss. .......... 3 0 0 0 5 4 0
Bllfs. c. ...... 4 1 0 0 0 3-0
Bipbce, lb ..V3 1 10 13 1 ; 0
Haley, 2b .. ....3 10 0' 14 0
Devereaux. 3b ....... 4 0 0 0 3,21
W. Hogan, p. .. . 4 0 0 0 0 6 0
Totals ....... ......32 5 7 2^27 20 ,1
•Batted for H. Hwran In the ninth. /.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Los Aneeles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.0— .2
Basehltt ....... 1 "11 0 1 0 13 I—9
Oakland .........1 0 0 0. 0 4 0 0 x— s
Basehlts .......2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 x— 7
SUMMARY *
- Two base-hit»— Delmaa, Van Haltren, Najtle,
Brasbear. Sacrifice hits — Haley. Delmas. First
base oa called balls— Off Nagle 3. off Hojran 2.
Struck ont — By Nagle 1, by Hogan I. v- Double
plays — tt\ Hogan to Kapan to Bigbee: Bliss to
Bigbee to Devereaux. Time - ; of game— l hour
50 minutes.- Umpire— Arlett." | '
BEAVERS : FINALLY LAND
Charley Irwin's Error Puts Schimpff
Over Route in Tenth
PORTLAND, Or.. July 19. — It was
ladies' day this afternoon and the
Beavers celebrated by taking from the
Seals their - r first game of the home
series by a score, of seven to six. ; It
took: 10 innings to do it. and five pitch
ers were- on the mound for the two
teams. Quick started out „ for San
Francisco, but was "so wild that he was
relieved and Henley put in during the
fourth. He also. got off color In the
eighth and ninth,- .and Jones was- al
lowed to finish. . ,
An*, error'by Irwin, in . the tenth
started Schimpff around the circuitand
a hit by Bassey clinched the game. In
the previous session the < local fans
had seen -victory glooming up for the
Beavers/ but a much criticised decision
by Derrick ended this hope Juntil the
tenth. Hartman pitched In > fairly \u25a0 good
form, although he gave six passes and
failed to* strike out a single Califor
nian. The score:
\u25a0"\u25a0** . ".'\u25a0 : SAN FRANCISCO .
AB. R.BH. PO. A. E.
Shanghnessy, r. f . . . . . :. : 4• 1 12 0 0
Mohler. 2b .....40 0. 1 .7y-0
Wheeler,-, 55. .....;.;.....' 6 0 1 0 \u25a0.» 4 1
Hildebrand, 1. f... .'.\u25a0..:. 4 .1 0 2 0:0
1rw1n,^3b..i..v. ......... 4 2 1 111
Willlame, 1b..... ........ 5 1 4 , 19 0 0
Spencer, C. f............ 4 \u25a0-. 1 0 0 0 0
E«ola t c.... ............. 10 0 12 1
Qalck, p................. 1 0. 0 0 ,1:0
Street. C.... ......... -...3 0 1 4 0 0
Henley, p. . : . . r. . .". . .\ . . 4 0 0 0 \u0084 . 4• .0
Jones, p. ............'."•'\u25a0• 0 - 0' 0 0 :0 : 0
Totals. .........39; 6 8 »29 .10* 3
\u25a0 ; POKTJUAND \, : \ •
.. . AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Bassey, 1. : f . . . . . . ... ... . . 6 ' 1 : -. 3 4 -0' .0
M0tU5b... ........... ...4 0 0 1 0. 2
Casey. 2b.........V.V.^:8 ,; 1 2 41
Athcrton. lb ;...... 5 0 -1 12 10
McCreedie, r. 1......;..'.:3 . 2:. 2 1 :, 0 '0
LoTett, c. f.... ..;.....-.. 5 :1 2•.2 ; 0 ,0
Donahue.- C. ." ....;. ., ... 5 r 1 :a - 5 -20
8ch1mpff.:5*..............:5 1r • 0 •2- ; S 1
Hartman, i >p.':.-...........' 2 0 0 1 si: »0
••Porkoray , :".~V. 7. '".:'. : 1 : 0 0 0 i; 0 - 0
Kln«ell«; P- • - • ....... ••• 0 o^.o 0. V 0; o
T0ta15........;^. ......41 : : 7 11 ;So^ 18 f 4
•Two onf \u25a0when winning run was scored.. *
• ••Batted \u25a0 for ; Iltrtman s in; ninth.
. RUNS AND ;\u25a0 HITS BYf INNINGS
San Francisco.'. o •. 0 ; 3?0 :3 .0« 0 : 0 ,:"0 vo—'v 0— ' 6
Basehits . : . 0.2 . 2 ' 0. 1 . 1' 1 \u25a0--. 0 1s 0— S
Portland .:r..0 ' 3 10 "o 'oo " 1 1 1— 7
. Basehits .'. ; 0 2^20 , J 0/0132 ; I—ll
--;\u25a0*\u25a0. : =\u25a0.-\u25a0.:' \u25a0'<\u25a0{ SUMMARY ;-\u25a0\u25a0.' :-*."\u25a0\u25a0,- :";\v?
\u25a0-.' Struck ont— By Qnlck- I^ by \u25a0 Henley 4. T \u25ba Bases
oa balls-^-Off. Quick 2,ioa:Hartmaa C,l off- Henley
I. "'• .--. Two /:-. basei , hits— lrwln, \u25a0-";"- Street,*^ Bassey.*
Double F play — Casey sto "\u25a0\u25a0 Schimpff : ; to f Atherton:
Sacrifice hit— Kinsella. > % ; Stolen -' bases— Molt;
Hildebrand, % Casey,-; Shanghnessy,'. Donohue.^s Hit
by," pitched -X balls— rlrwln.w HartmanSS First f ba>«
on , errors— Sun : FraDCisco 4,'^ Portland 3. i; l*f t oa
ba»e»— San > Francis*?** P.ip Portland *,7.s'?t Inn in§s
pitched— Qntck3.t Henley fi."Jone« ; i;- Hartman t».
Kinsella I.v Basehits— Offi Oulck " 4.; off.; Henley:
6," off .'Jones - IT' off , Hartman • 8: ': of rgame-r
2 nours and 15 minntes.*^ Umpires-Derrick. •
\u25a0- " . •-.- :--. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0• ",.-\u25a0•.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: '\u25a0\u25a0.'•\u25a0"
BOB'S AND JACK'S COIN
HELD OUT BY THE CLUB
If^They; Exfiect to Collect,
Heavy Weights Must
'- . Go to Court
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL
\u25a0 PHILADELPHIA, July •' 19.— 1f Bob
Fitzsimmons-and : Jack-.. Johnson^ ever
get' their money for; their fight at the
"Washington^- sporting 1 -club', Wednesday
night they must: go'tto = court .for. it
After consulting. with their counsel, the
ofßcials'of" the" club ; have -come • to the
conclusion .that the two \u25a0fighters" are
not, entitled to their money, the con
tention being that the men did not put
up a real flght. ":•;: ." . " \ : : . ;
' It has just leaked"; out that < Fltzsim
mons Is about down' and out financially.'
The $2,ooo; that he shoi^ld get for fight
ing Johnson Is allihe-.has In the world.'
The.veteran fighter's friends -in J town
received the news today with much re
gret . and are ,. arranging ; to \u25a0go . to ;• his
aid. Already they.are making plans
for a monster benefit.' •
Baseball Notes
.How 1 those " fans do love the; umpire! ; Arlett
fell 'over , a bat in T tbe fourth .and - there • were
broad prlns on tbe faces of the spectators la
the stands and bleachers. : - " : «.' '
..The players are commencing to* bully, the. new
umpire ' and the spectators ' are \ also questioning
his decisions.' A» tbe rate they are progressing
that tr cation of ißuir Perrlne's will not be an
extended one: I . . '' : ..' '.- \u25a0'.-,.<'\u25a0*
Arlett does not hustle. the players along as fast
as he should."^ It 'required ' ; I*. hour " arid : |J0
minutes to play'olght and a; half '.innings '.yes
terday, \ which Is not showing ; much speed. ;^ It is
a ' source '• of ; continual ' surprise ; that^ the \ players
"who haTe nothing else ' to' do .will not* put a little
more 'energy : Into their, actions ; and* play; ai more
snappy ; game. ;* No ga me : of \u25a0 the usual number of
Innings ' should ta ke more \ than ; an : hour ' and ;• a
half ; in": the'playing: -~ Quick 7'actlbn |would please
the ; crowd and make : - them "j want ' toj.'come ) back
to *see' another game.""-; Where things drift along
in -a humdrum \ sort^of .\u25a0 way - there Is \ nothing
to bring. back ~\i' spectator. •",- -;
: Nagle is credited with a two bagger to center
in ';. the ? second which :• might \u25a0 haTe ; been ." an : out
if :"- Van'^: Haitrcn had ; gone , after J It;- with " any
determination. .; Smith] gare chase; in .Van's \u25a0 ter-^
rltory : and ;.' Jnst missed It. f _\u25a0• While ';, the ; experta
Were ; crabbing "over Van"« lack of energy, "j Nagle
was "retired trying to steal: third, He ; slid * into
the" bag . with" such , force , "that he 1 was be
yound'; a ;of ;7; 7 toehes j and J before he \ could
reach* back Derereaux had •.tagged : htm ; out. '; ;
.-.;. Brashear . made a clean steal : home j from _ third
In ; the eighth' Inning. _He started before Pitchir
Hogan iwas in "position ; to*; deliTer;: thCj ball,' and
, the ' latter , wag nearly charged with a' wild pitch.-
Bllai s blocked ['' the* ball,^; but 1 he^ was .. unabla to
tag;hia man out. . \u25a0\u25a0'" '\u25a0- ~ a ' ;_, . ; ' -.;,
'/Roger Bresnahan.; the crack 'catcher •of ; the
; New|,york -Giants. , -Is ;iiack"< at "tv&rk; agalnT after
being : nearly", killed : by 'a ; pltclicd : ballj In Ja^gami*
at ; Cincinnati, -r By : " a strange .coincidence ' his j re- t
appearance . was ; made '.against 1 the s pitch»r : who
tbi t ' bim-^Coakley ; of i the ;• Beds?; ,'• Bresnahaii V did
not i seem :. to/ be _ in" : . f ear j, during \ his J appearance
rat t the I bat! as he': made , two • hlts. ! His \ first fap^
pcarance '} mr made >in "h center Afield ; Instead Sof
behind ".the-] bat. 'i : >.:' ' ":''^ -,:-'-\u25a0- V 4> - "" : >"';-"\u25a0 " : 't : l
:\u25a0} He ine^- Heitmuller- is" connecting w with ;, the ) ball
in' jrreat > 'style* these : da^s.^ He ) eeems good Fforji'
"cobyle'bf blts'tD the 'right ; field ; fence each game;
'. The/ daring yachtsmen ' "will be in
their, ? glory .'.today. Commodore Phil
lips , "of .the San, Francisco yacht club
has* given a cup for. the! yacht that
makes , the best -time from the heads
around the middle Farallon and v back
to the starting line in the annual\race
of .the San Francisco club. Of all the
yachts in the bay only nine have taken
up> the gauntlet : and ..wilt,l t , try for the
high honors of .- the Pacific^ V
Pew. yachtsmen 1 and the land lnbbers
appreciate .what : it -means to .; race
around the farthest point west of the
Tlpited; States. ''Under; ordinary -circum-"
stances the amateur sailors are satis
fled toVdp "their.; sailing ; on the bay. It
gets rough enough for them there, and
when! the,»summer winds; have spent
themselves and there is- but a mild
breeze > remaining .they stick the nose
of; their yachts outside of" the heads
and -think they, are ; deep v sea sailors,
without even igetting across the bar.
The ground swellatithe heads Is gener
ally: enough and they are willing .to
slacksheetH and run for smooth water.
/Today;; however; J the \ real, mettle of
the 1 yachtsmen j'-wlll;' be", tried out, : and
those 'w^hov, are- counted v among . the
crews-, will • be I' able thereafter/, to; walk
around { the on opening | and
closing/days with the* air of a pastmas
terinthe art of sailing. " : v " , ;.; \u25a0*
;•; The ; sea ; is Va*-flckle thing, especially
off the Golden- gate.";, From May t(>.Oc
tober .there Is \ always a sailing, breeze
on .the ; bay, ,but the .wind : does not ; hold
as \u25a0 true; outside ; of L the heads. 'It Kks
been .known , in to "be .calm
for: three days,; and; yacht; owners who
have ventured^to*the deep have had to
go ;.;,on :' short Nations V-uhtil ; assistance
came " to their . aid and they : were
brought back to, the waters of the ba>.'
With« these; facts in .mind it" is some
what of a gamble as to r who will carry
off ' the\\ honors.'-. t. Under ordinary; cir-;
cumstancesilt',. would Ibe possible*' .to
name? the -winner. But the work sail
ing : ; across < the bar, is-, something -now
in.the gamel 'A^j'acht may be 'extremely
fast, 'but 'when she -, is sent ; over." the
'outside*" course Z the skipper . and crew
mayibe ! taken >-seasick. ..This \u25a0 would
slightly handicap; any. yacht. .
; The sloop < Annie ,: is [ the scratch boat,
but \u25a0 she -Is- of "the iniodel 'of the \ ; old
school -and Is ;handicappedT out of ; the
race; CiThe * Yankee, : the ; Nixie \ and ' the
Speedwell i should be" the leading boats,
with;? the S Harpoon.' close i up. -If i it^ls
rough * and i\there~; is :; anything- like a
sea* running i it ''will \be up ) to - the lola,
Mischief I and the . Martha. / The" other,
yatihts *are 'not in it- in smooth or
roughCwater. ' .\u25a0 ' fi - *-.'\u25a0_'
i r One i peculiar/^ feature iof .the "-_, ocean
race'^ is 'the fact; that = Fulton G. Berry,"
who I will = sail f x the . ; Nixie; will ,be -- the
only; one } in I the race who' took { part In
the \u25a0}. first 1, yacht ;.\u25a0: race ;., outside .jof 'A the
heads *in~ 1868,\when the , yachts '\u25a0 of \u25a0 the
San I Francisco yacht club raced ; to
Santa^CruE^:- ;• v;-'; ; : ';'.;.,>;.:/..._ ... .__•
RThef start? will itftke -place at .9; a." m.
today/: off •• Point • Bonita,": and * trom'x that
point Vtho 7 yachts j/willi beat;- out to. the
middle I Farallon ? and J then 'slack i away,
sheets and run, for; home. : _ '.'\u25a0 ;
PLAW. IS TRAINIKG
* OAKLAND,' JuIy 1 ?-~AI Flaw, Paci Qc
coast^ champion ; hammer thrower, has
gone into i; training; with Constable
Thomas Carroll at Fruitvale. to prepare
forthe coming athletic contests at the
Jamestown /exposition.!" Carrolli for
years held championship • honors as a
h'atnzn'er i thrower. \u25a0] ; Under - his ..- instruc
tion;Plaw|developed'as!a^student at s the
University |of. 'California -: In -:the ." sport
and?gained|high?records. r iHe; hopesito
beat|theCthrowJof;;lß74feet,with-th©sl6
p6und\'shbt, ; '.whi<jhswftfl;made by? Flan-*
nigan Vat J St./ Liouis.; -. Plaw/; at practice
recently- threw^lOT -feet. \u25a0
DARKNESS ENDS BATTLE
WITH THE SCORE 0 TO 0
Cleveland and Washington
Go Twelve Exciting
\u25a0\ Innings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club— .I:'" V*» :-Woa Lost Pet.
Chicago ...."..*. ......r.V 52 29 .642
Cleveland .........;.. 47 33 .5.58
Petrolt \. ..::.....'...... 45 35 .5*4
Philadelphia \...... ......... 43 33 .. .577
New York 35 , 43 .449
.St. Lools 34 44 .436
Boston .\u25a0*.....\u25a0....... 29 43 .379
Washington .....25 50 .333
CLEVELAND, July 10.— CleTeland and Wtsh-
Ins tou play oil 12 Innings, oto 0. The prame wis
called at the end of the twelfth intnls? on ac
count of rain and darkness. Score:
\u25a0\u25a0 .\u25a0 . - :\u25a0-.-•\u25a0: \u25a0-.-•\u25a0 - - ' . ..' R. H. E.
CleTeland ;-.... 0 12 0
Washington ••• x 0x 0 7 0
Batteries — LJebbardt- and Clark; Smith and
Haydon. - . .
ST. LOL'IS, July 19*. — St. Louis defeated New
York today by the score of 4 to 2. Pelty
pitched la fine style. Score:
: r \ R. H. E.
St Louis ....... 4 7 ,1
New York ....t;. .-...;\u25a0.". 2 4 1
Batteries — Petty and SteTens; Chesbro and
Kleinow. - \u25a0 * \u25a0.
DETROIT. July 19. — The Tisltors used three
different . pitchers In tiie first threc'.lnulngs.
Score: R. H. E.
Detroit... 6 6 1
Philadelphia '................;..... 1 5 / 2
\u25a0'Batterles^ — DonoTan and Schmlt; Dygert, Crat;, 1
Bartley and Powers. , • ;.:\u25a0.-.
XATIOXAI/ LEAGUE
'- Clvb — *\u25a0" • "\u25a0 Won Lost . Pet.
Chicago /. ....61 20 .753
New York . ......... .,;.. ...... 47 3O .610
Pitb5buTg.' .................... 4~ 31 -.603
Philadelphia. ........'....:.... 43 34 .538
Brooklyn ........;..'.......... 36 45 .444
Boston . ....:.... ........ S3 44 .429
Cincinnati 32 47 .405
St. Louis ..................... 13 67 .321
- PHILADELPHIA, July 19.— Philadelphia shut
oat - St. Lou I* through ; the eSeetiTe pitching of
Moren. L Score: " K. H. E.
St.Locls .0 2 4
Philadelphia .*.;...'......:. ...5 IJ> 0
Batteries— Eeebe and Xoonan; Moren and
Dootn. • Umplre-^Emslie.
- NEVT -YORK. July I».— The New York dnb
dropped another point In \ Its battle for cham
pionship by being beaten by Chicago* Score:
.;. -.'-- Rl H. E.
Chicago. *........ ......12 14- 0
New. York 1|»... .... :..........V... 3 7 2
" Batteries— Brown * and Kllng ; MeGlnnity and
Bowermaa. Umpires — Kigler and O'Day.
* BOSTON. '-July I».— By benching hit» Ja • the
seventh today Pitt sbnr« won a well played gnat.
Llefeld was: tt bill best. "Score:
-••..\u25a0-'-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.:\u25a0 : B. H. E.
Pittsburg J-;8 0
Boston ...;.. ...V.......7. ... ;.%... 0 .-,-..«• i
~": Batteries — Llefeld \u25a0 and Gibson; Yonnj . and
Brown. Umpires— Carpenter and Johnstone.
\u25a0i BKOOKLYX. . July ; 19.— Tbe borne team kent
up its reputation aa a winner today in an initial
game . with . the Cincinnatls, : whom they :• beat by
a score of 8 to 1 1." Score:
.-',--:-"\u25a0\u25a0,- • .-'• ' ' ' R. H. E.
Cincinnati 1 11 1
8r00k1ynr^r:*'..Tr::.r^............ S 13 • ' 1
- Batteries— Hitt \u25a0\u25a0 and \u25a0 McLean; Pastorlos and
Ritter.^" Umpire— Klem., ; - ' •.
BANK BOOK; KEEPER EXDS UFE
LOS \u25a0 ANGELES.' July 19—John";l2
Schroeder, 4S*, years /of f age, a i book
keeper! of ~ the"; National i Bank of Call
forniar-committed/suicide lin his; room
atv3ol7}Normahdie!avenue early; today
by/ drinking,;; carbolicTacidr His ? body,
wasjrdlscovered 2. two/hours plater. He
had? broodedSoyer,: the recent;,death;of
his wifeVand-6f * his floss 1 of hearing.
His^.accounts|at :the; bank are; said to
be entirely "straisht. -\u25a0 -*/
, Edited' by
R. A. Smyth
M'CARTER FAILS TO
LOWER MILE RECORD
Services of Radtke, One Time
Star Jockey, -Sold
for $500
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THIS CALL
"NEW YORK. July i 9. — The special
race at one mile at Brighton .Beach to
day In which. an attempt was road* to
lower the 1:39 mark, had the effect or
brlnglnsr aorr.e 15.000 race go«ra to th©
track. The running of the event, how
ever, proved a dismal failure, Inasmuch
as McCarter. the 3 to 7 favortte. only
toyed with his field at all stages of the
running, easin? up by four lengths.
Cresstna was second. 10 lengtths befor*
Kentucky Beau, the only otner starter.
The race, from a tlm«s standpoint, was
also a fiasco, the mile belnar neso
ttated In I:3> flat. .^;.:
Considerable disappointment was v
manifested when It wa.<» learned that T
Charles Edward would not start, as It
was considered a safe waarsr that, with
the colt In his present good condition,
the world's mile record would surely
corn* to Brighton Beach track.
For the Inslgrnlflcant sum of $509
Herman Radtk*. a one time J35.000
Jockey. ' has been transferred- from
Ralney Brothers to the stable of Frank
R Hltchc&ck.
" Ftrst ne*. »!x fnr!ons"— Cnel» won. Gene
Ru»«»l se<wad. D*sd Goai tMrd. Ttme. 1:1 V«
Second race, steeplechase, aboat 2 oiUe* —
Blue Plsemi won. Thintleda^ serond, Jwls»
O'Gia third. Tlm«. 4:02. yj .
Third race, ooe mlie— itcCarter won. Cressin*
secontl. KeatwkT Be«a third. Time. 1:33.
Fourth race, one and a sixteenth mile* — Rapla
Water woa^ Rye second. Orblcilar third. Time.
Fifth race. &rf aad a half fnrJongs— slm
btw won. The Squire second. Gladiator thiru.
Time. 1:07. X
Sixth race, one end a quarter mt!es — \fOnoßt*
Belle won. FTaTJsny «ecoo<). Racine II third.
Tim*. 2:03 1-5. , , " .
COLTON RACES HOME IN
THE SIX FURLONG EVENT
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THB CALL.
BCFFALO, X. Y^ July 19.— Weather clear,
track • fast. \u25a0
Hrnt raco — Fire fnrtocj?s, maiden 2 year «Id
ci>lt». pnrse:
lUi(<x. IKr«e and Jnrkey. Wt. St. Str. Fin.
7-s— Kins Foil.- tNk-ol* 112 12 1 l.m
6-I— *;-*en I>ale »Mi^^raTe>.ll2 H S 4 2 U»
0-I— G'.oryer «Lee> ...112 3 12 3 1
Time." l:fiQ 4-5. Running Account Terah. Jen
nie's Beau. Bayardw. Henry Kelly, Javelin,
ttar Boy, Oceanic, finished as named. , .
S*cond race — Ft^e furlons*. 2 year oWs. "
perse: .
o<Jt!s. Horse and Jockey. 'Wt. St. Str. Fta.
S-l— Cwlc Toby (Joe. noss)lo7 7 & I^l »ii
I *-l— l^ Clay (C. ScbllUas>..ll4 4 2.14 ft
j 4-I— Feast tLeei 104 3 3H3J
i Time. 1:00 3-o. Seymanr Bentler. Bridse
j Whist. Serrile. Hands Around, Aphrodite.
j finished as named.
Third race — FlTe and a half furlongs. 3 year
old*, sellin?:
Odrts. Hor«e and Jockey. Wt. St. Str. Fin.
13-s— Med. Bey (McCarthy).. 108 4 4 2-11
3-I— Ailerion, <XlcDaniel)...l«; .3 2 2 2 Hi
ft.l_Geo. Swain <G. Swata>-105 1 I^3l
Time. 1:07. Hanlhara, Sallie Safer. Captain
Hale, Rectortown. finished as named.
Fourth rne«— Six furlongs, 3 year olds and up
ward, selling: . -
Odds. Hone and Jockey. ; Wt- St. Str. Vta.
7.l_C:oten <McDaniel> ...10>* 22111
40-t— Fiat (MnsertTel lOrt 3 1 n 2 n
2rt-l — Lmplriauar <C.ShUjßar>-lt* - 7 8. 10 3 h
Tim*— lU3. KUliecrankla, *: Alencoo. Ralhert.
Durban, Ida Reck, Atutia Alien, finished. as
named. -.
Fifth race — One mile and a sixteenth, 4 year
old.i and opward. selling:
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt. St. *» Fin.
11-10^ — Chippewa (McCarthy). 100 5 1111
12- I— Jnplter <McDaniel> -.101 3 2 3 2 1
ft. &_peter Knlaht <Lee)..loi 2 8 4 3 4
Time — I:4s 1-3. Roly Poly, Xo Trumper. -8a
- lsbed as named.
Slith net/— One mile. 5 year old'," »Hllajr:
Odd*. Honw» and Jockey. Wt. St. .% Fla.
ft-I— Halhard (J. Murphy).. W J 3H'«l!i -
?-s— Crafty (Lee) 102 S 1 1. 2 h
C-l— Willis Green (J. Ho?s».102 1 4 2 3 h
Time— l:4o S-5. Edwta U. Zlpan^o. Puaky. En
core, finished as named.
- SeTenth nee — One mile, 3 year olds and up
ward, parse,:*
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt. St. %'. Fin.
2-I— Pol. Prim <C.Sl>mias>. » * 2 4 1 h
11-2— G. S. D*Tis iG.Swaln*. 95 4 1 I^2 Ift m<
&-2— Missouri Lad (McDan).lOl 2 3 3 3 5 4
Time— -1:38. Cobmo«a. Mark Antouj 11. Mar- *
ster," finished as named.
BUFFALO E-VTRIES
First race: six fnrlonss: selling — Omah J 10«.
Trackless 103, Pl*&Usan«t ic.l, Jactata $9.
Laura A 89. Raciaette 02. Heine XOS. Incor
rigible 105. Hiram 97. Reaction 105, Destroyer
105. .
Second race: steeepleehase: about two aD*a;
handicap— Jodsre Xolaa 133. Roth's Rattler 144.
Bilberry 143. Paprika 122. Knmshaw 130. Russell
A 130. Drmbeath 156. Dr. Heard 126, Caloora
hatchl« 159. SUlker 14s.
Third race; mQe and threw sixteenths; seU<
Inz — TyrolUn 101. Reqmest 101. WMow's Mite
101, Jnnetirae S3. St. Jeanne S3. Wllli* Green
$G* Prince of Oranse »«. Coort Martial ICKJ. Peter
Knight 10S. Carsus 103. Graaada 1<».
Fourth race: flTe forlonss: selling: the Gane«e»
stakes — DretU-er 105. GrevneSQae !)4. Giles 04.
Mimmjmoa 94. Eleanor Fay J*4. | Loui* Roederer
80. Enraa O 99, Lou G 102. Boaadl&£ E!t 102.
Tee Tick 87. Old Acquaintance 90.
Fifth race,; mile handicap— Bellsaickoer 100.
Solon Shlnsle 107. Cot>mo»a Ift7. rv»uc« 110.
Polly Prfan 110. Xotua Katcctlls SU Joseph
108. Bight Royal 102. Ma-ter Lester 96.
Sixth race: mile and 40 yards: selling — Mona
cordor 101. Widow's Mite 101. Tyrolian 101. Kn
ripidea 101. St. Joseph lA7. Radaette $\u25a0*. Doiitstia
100, GreTiJU 100, Juaetiox* 5% Elfall 9". Cano
pian 104. * i 1i 1
Sereath race: six farlonss; seHlns — Belt 9of
Jessamine 103. GabrfeUa 103. Darter 93. Toot's
Mook 08. BabyWUlie 99. H. L. rr«nk ICO.
Cyclops 97, Alencon 110, Alsooo 110. Cock Sore
105. New Yean II ICS, Clotea ICS.
BUFFALO SELECTIOXS
By X. T. Morntng Telegraph.
First raw — Heine. Jactata, Hlr»ra. \
Second race — Dunbeatt), Paprlia. Calocrt
taatcbe*. . ;
: Third rae« — Peter Knight. Cnrsns. Beqoest.
Foorth race — Emma G. Strnss entry. Tee Tie*.
Flftb race — Lotus Eater, Solon Shtagle. PqUt
rii i n i 'PiM 'M?!} umun wi hji <j« *|jfti
Sixth race — Monacodor. St. Joseph, Canopian.
SeTenth - race — GabrieUe, GildenlecTe entry.
Toots aiook.- « mjnui^O»«y
- Weather clear. Track fast.
WILL REPAIR WAREHOUSE
The^ board .of works requested tho
supervisors yesterday to provider $JOO
to repair the warehouse at Eighteenth
and Division streets -In 'Which vt>tln»
machines to the value of % 125,000 are
stored. The * board will • allow A.-M-
Armstrongr to construct that portion of
his buildir.gr at McAllister and t^lllard
streets ; which, does - not \u25a0 encroach - upon
the street line, pending the adjudica
tion sof the . point.- The Invitation of
bid* , for the paving: of Harrison street
from \ Fourth to Sixth was postponed
until next Wednesday, when It Is ex
pected "that Mayor Taylor will sl^n the
authorization of the supervisors.

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