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Orbicular a Nose Winner
in San Leandro Handicap
Chester Krum a Close Contender, While
Archibald Rides Four in Front
In one of the most sensational fin
ishes of the season Orbicular gained
a nose victory over Chester Krum in
the San Leandro handicap at Emery
ville yesterday. Few 'races have
aroused as much enthusiasm as did the
stretch struggrls between the son of
f-'mile and the clever 3 year old.
When betting opened the 3 year
old was installed favorite, but there
\u25a0was a rush to bet on Orbicular, as it
\u25a0vvas figured the extra furlong would
help him, as would the presence of
Archibald in the saddle and he closed
favorite. •
They were sent away to a good start.
but Chester Krum swerved down to
»he inner rail. Colonel Jack went out
in front with Inclement and Orbicular
571 close attendance. On the back
stretch Orbicular assumed command.
At this stage Chester Krum was in a
pocket, but before the three-quarter
j>ole was reached Selden found clear
failing.
a From that point on the race was
\u25bc practically between the pair. The su
perior finishing ability of Archibald
told, however, and he landed the favor
ite in front by a narrow margin. In-
£t >ment was third, eight lengths away.
(The race was run within a second of
thr track record.
Archibald thoroughly established his
riosition as the leading jockey here by
riding four of his mounts to victory.
In addition to taking the handicap on
Orbicular, he won with Banrose, Whid
tien and E. M. Fry.
The only incident to mar what other
wise proved most enjoyable sport was
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryville
Order in whirh horses figure la The Call Handicap Is indicated in Mack face type.
" OAKLAND, Wednesday. April 6. 1910.— Ninety -ninth day. Weather clear. Track fast.
K. <'. Hituxr, presiding judge. Rtohsrd .Dwyer. 6tarter.
g/M^Q fIBST~EACI^-SJx furlongs; selling; 4 year olds and upward; value to first $150.
Tnripx, Hiyse and Owner. jWtlSt. "» '? 34 Str. Fin. I Jockey. I Op. Cl.
*t.4ti| Hanrnsf 4 (Kaisin City 5.)...;i09j 7 ... 523 h 2 1"41 b (Archibald ... 9-3 2
t.545 Mr ral. a <W. It. Encstrom 1 . \u25a0 1 1 1 1 1 ... 7 1 8>45% 21% Ortms 20 10
«U23 ,Fredonia. 4 <tirafff>rdt 1106 9 ... 81 7 a 7n 3n . Shale 8 '2
«4U« -rdUh R. ." <Hnllvirood !«tablei!lO9j 6 4 I"£2 1 3n» 4 h Cotmrn lf> '15
i\Xd |<3)8.. A. McCUEfiY, 4 (Stowe>jlOß 3 ... « 2 5 n 4 h 5 5 Cotton «t '10
•;:«\u2666 (2)PACIFICO. « tMoropoulo*). 11l 10 ... 9 9ilo 2 « 1 '6 lit. Bore! 5 5
CM Rot«| N. c (Wilson «r R.) 1114 4 ... 2 b 4 2 6"4 7 % A. Williams. 15 10
«*»<! Coiflßfi Braflr. 7> minkey Co.)!llljll ... 11 4113 II S S h Klein SO 50
r,»i» lAmftbTM. .'. *<B*K>kwltli stable) ;10Pi R ... 10 l»i« 110 2 O 1 A. Thomas.. S 8
H"7 iiDCOKBUEY, <5 »K!nneman».ilH 5 ... lh 12 1 H Stock .'. •"» 7
MN7 'Kianrbe O, 6 «H. Mack) "104 2 ... 3h 93«2 11 2 Anderson ... 10 "5
r.4CS LsiTTTa. 4 <S«it Lake stable; JU'l'l 2 ... 12 12 12 12 Drolette 20 40
1 imp — :2i 2-5, :i:* 1-Z. 1:15 2-5. At post 2»i minutes. Off at l:47Vi- Banrose, 0-10 place. 2-5,
\u25a0how: I'sJ. 4 p!s<-e, 2 fbow: Kredonia, 3 show. Winner b. m. by Tbe Commoner-Bose
stendii^b. Truirvd by U. T. Owen. Start good. Won driving. Second and third came.
Banrose took tii<' lead at paddock and »imier vlcorous hsndlins jost lasted. My Pal closed
verr strong and would have won in another stride. Fredonla also closed Stoutly. Edith
R ."-vn rail and bothered toward the end. Combnry had the speed, but backed up very
hartly at the finish. \u25a0
GAQf\ SECOND It ACE— One aad an eighth v) lies; selling; 4 year olds and upward; value
D3OU tl> flm gir , ,. - m . c
i-ulf-xJ Htorae and Owner. iWtjSt. ".; 'i <4 Str. Fin. | JocVey. I Op. Cl.
«:>4<>.-» (t)MIKE JOEDAJT, a (St.Vn)ill2! 2 4 6 1 % 1 I^l 2 1 l^lDenny 4 0
e«S7 .'(DSPWIfG BAN. * (Nrthwst) 110 I 1%2 \u25a0% 3 1» S 3 3 2ds Rice 8-3 6-3
Cl.'.a 'Cork Snn. a (Frstier &. F.).. 112 3 3 n 3 I»s2 n 2 n 3 h A. Williams. « 10
6463 iNasnjerito, 4 (Pctaluma 5.).. I<J" 8 5n5n65 5n42 J. Klnp 10 15
«43»> rrlicron, « <M. A. Dodre)... 10" 8 7 « 2>£s 1H« 10 5 4 G. W. Carroll 12 S
fiSas H<nael<i>B. <i <W. T. Anderi<on)!ll2 ft 2-i 4 6 4 2^4 2 «10 Archibald ... 3 7-2
\u2666J4.-.9 St. Albstis. 6 <<;. P. McNeil). |lo7{ fi C 1*47 7 7 7 Jahnsen .... 10 30 '
6SS9 !(3)B.EDWOOD 11, a < Cain)... 107 1 4 Fell Selden 10 13
f.«2t) :Tni>-t. 5 (Maltla & P.) llo7| 5 Fell Taylor 30 60
i trime— :24 3-5. :.V>. 1:1". 1:43 1-3. 1:55 2^ At post 3 minuter. Off at 2:13. Jordan. 2 place.
1 show; Ban. 3-3 place. 1-3 show; Cock Sure. S-3 show. Winner b. g. by Nephew-Zylpha.
Traiiii'd by W. St. Vincent. Start jrood. Won ridden out. Next two drivlnjr. High price —
S|.riug Ban 2. Fcligro»»o 13. Winner bid up from $200 to 5*05 by W. Ilawke; retained.
Mike .Jordan murh Itetter ridden todsy. He moved up at half mile pole, took the lead
and hrlij hl« field safe without much trouble. Spring Ban wss used up setting the pace,
which is cot the way she *hocld be ridden. She wants to come from behind. Cock Sure
r«n hlf race. Nagmerlto closer! strong. Pellgrrao bumped apd bothered in final sixteenth.
i*X$M XIIIRD UACE — Futurity course; selling; 3 year olds and upward; value to 'first $200.
Horse and Owner. iWtjSt. \i ¥t % Str. Fin. I Jockey. I Op. Cl.
<tt469)j<l)GOLDranT i <p. Lynch*. Sirxj; 4 ... 2n In In Id KJrws 0-5 1
•\u25a0^72 U2)THIS. BELLE. 4 'Frailer) 103 «... 1 1 2 1*42 I^2 h Kent 3 6
C 434 Balronia. 3 <F. M. Hopper).. »1 2 ... 52 4 I^3 2 3 5 Parker 10 13
WSS 'Binocular. 3 (A. J. Jacksoa).. Dl 5 ... 3 n 3 1 4 1 4 2 A. Thomas.. 12 20
C 350 Jim r,afft)«r. .'. (Harlan) 10» 3 ... 4 U fi 2 6 1 5 >4 Archibald ... 5 IS-5
<J4>«« (3)EE"«XLL. R (W. c~ahUl)..|llo! 1 ... «1 •"> 2 6 1 «2 Mentry 7 12
MfiQ IKld North. 3 <G. A. Marshall)} SS] 7 ... '7 7 7 7 Kederin 6 10
Trim*— :24, :4S. 1:00. 1:10. At poet 3 minutes. Off at 2:37%. GoMunn. 0-20 place, 1-4
*h.>« : Belie. 2 place, 4-5 show; Balronia, 3 Fhow. Winner b. m. by Gold Heels- Wings.
lYained br T. Kirk. Start pood. Won driving. Second same. Third easily. High price —
1- :\u25a0:-.\u25a0. u 7-. Goldfinn took tbe lead at la*t turn and under persuasion lasted It out nicely.
Thistle Belle broke badly, but quickly rushorf to the front and ran a very clever race. Bal
ronia vras running over them both at the end. Binocular ran to present form. There was
••«»n6id*raMe crowding between half and three furlong poles - between Jim Gaffney, Sewell
and Kid North, the latter being wjneezed out entirely.
fFAQO .KOUBTIfRACE— One and~an~elghth rnlies; the San Leandro handicap; 3 year olds and
PHOh -upward: mlue to first >275. ________^
7nd>-*.; Hontc and Owner. IWtjSt. M hi %, Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op. Cl.
'A'O .(DOEBICULAR, a (Johnson). {ll2: 2 3 ?i 2 2 Tl 2 3"-il ns Archibald ... 8-5 11-10
i«47<"')'(2)CHESTER KKUM, 3 tM.vn) 92! 4 410410 2 n lh 2S Selden 6-5 9-5
<1470 !(«)INCLEMENT, 4 *O'Leary).'looi 3 2% 3 h 3 2 3 1 3 n Van Duscn.. 6 12
fi47l IE. T. Trjer. 0 (Walhauoer) .. . 101 3 "\u25a0 5 6 5 4 2 V4 Gross 7 5
'X 76 .Colon*] Ja«-k. 0 <O. Terek) | 07! 1 13m n 4 3 4 3 5 A. Thomas.. 12 15
Time— :24, AU, 1:14 3-.'. 1:35 4-5. 1:52. At po.'t H minute. Off at 2:88%. Orbicular. 9-20
place, out show; Krum. 1-2 place, out show; Inclement, 1 show. Winner eh. h. by Smlle
ort«-<i Maiden. Trained by G. Gray. Start good. Won driving hard. Second easily. Third
driving. HigU price — Orbicular 2. Chester Krum 2. E. T. Fryer 8. Orbicular showed great
imiiruvcment. H<- wag clot* up all the war in fast time and. standing a long drive, won
out under Archibald's superior finish. Chanter Krum best horse, but he swerved badly at
the beginning, which cost him much ground. He also swerved In the stretch and at the
»>T!d Selden was outridden by Archibald. Inclement ran his race. Fryer sulked as usual.
Colonel Jark showed good *peed, but was outclassed and stopped at six furlongs.
gTQO rTFTIirRACE — One mile; sellins; 3 year olds and upward; vslue to first |200.
K.i ~"jHor»c and Owner. IWtiSt. 14 Vi % Str. Fin. [ Jockey. | Op. Cl.
<;.171 <<S)WHiDI>EN, 5 <Mslne 5.)..M1l 2 7 2 7 3 7 6 5 n 11% I Archibald ... T\ a3
r.4.'.S 'Bcfj Man. 4 (B«rd & F.) 108 1 1 «i 1 1%1 % 1 l£2 2 Taylor 6 7
• CifA RfKlwm, 3 \J. W. I'aulsen)... $H3KhG63l2h3n A. Thomas.. « 7-2
C47\ !(2}KIACKO. 5 is. Davidson). ITO S 3 n 2 2%2 %3 2 42% A. Williams. 3 t>-2
<:«*•.-, -Hu«li Money. 5 < Fountain) 104 4 «4 5=4 42 41 54 Ooburn 8 20
<«v«r,7>'(I)6ILVEB LINE. 6 (J.Schrb) lOl! 7 2«i 4 U 5 n 6 2 6 4 W. Gargan.. 8 12
<Wl7 'Cnarlfty Paine. 6 (Merckel)... 110| 68 S 8 7373 Van- Dusen.. ' 7 15
«;*47 odd Rw>, 3 <Pevin k Co.) 1 »*): 5 4 2 3 I^6 2 8 S Selden 20 20
23 1-5. :«3-5, 1:13 4-3. 1:42. At i«Ht 1«i mtuute*. Off at 3:26 H. Whldden. 8-5 place
7-10 ghow; Man. 3 place, 9-3 show; Redeem, 7-10 show. Winner blk. jr. by MUler-Kran
• ortia. Trained l>y W. Fay. Scratched — 6457 Coblesklll. 6456 Roy Junior, 5451 CigHr
ligbter, fi47lFollie L. Start eood for all hut Hlacko. Won cleverly. Second cleverly.
laird driving. High price — Redeem 7, Odd Rose 23. Whtdden came from far back under
Archibald* j>owwful handling and ran over, the leaders at tbe eDd. Bean Man showed
<li*tiiK-t lmproveni«-nt. fcavlnjr good speed and hanging on well under a weak finish. Re-
O-fm mn a good race. Iliacko, off badly, rcabed to the front quickly and then hung at the
«-nd. others no charwre. \u25a0 ">
RAQA SIXTH RACE— Five furlong; selling; 3 year olds and upward; value to first $150.
rTTtr-y. ! Hon>e and Qwa«*r. JWtiSt. ij Vfc % Str. rtn. | Jockey. | Op. Cl.
iA'JA ,K. M. Fry. .", (H. <i. Bedwell)jll»| 3 ~. 3bln 1 1«41 2 Archibald ... 3^ 7^2
«:3.«4 (t)MIKKEDOCIA, 3 <Oakwd). 07! 2 ... 1K 2 1%2 2 2 2 Kederis ..... 3 4
*J4.".r. Rev el Tovar, 3 (Baldwin) 102 1 ... B I^3 32 3s; Selden (i 10
6*75 UUn.KX. 3 <Cahill Jt Ms»on)|lo2 6 ... 8 I>^4 24"44 «i C. Williams 6 8
ISBS (Trsmotor, a (A. Goofiln) 113 5 ... 52 6V3 5 1 ft 4 Mentry . . °0 12
MiW Kmrna G, r. <J. Schre!b<>r» .1061 4 ... 9 h 8 2 6>4fi 4 W. Garcan H fl
4^34 f(3)LOED CUNTON, 3 (Fraw) 1» 8 ... 7 n fl 1 817 5 Kent ..... 6 3
«>4«4 jMollle Montrose. 0 (Strltr).... lOfl' 9 ... 41 7%»2 82 Shale '. lr> 15
«341 BU!.v Msyhara.* a (SC Vincent) 1113! 7 ... 2h 5n 7 n J» 2*4 Denny 15 r*
.V»47 Ybor, 4 <W. T. Anderson) lftSllO ... 10 510310 310 4 Nolan 15 '21
v M\ 4 JAenie Wells. 4 (Albright) jlOSll ...11 11 11 11 K1c1u. ...... 15 25
- ' 'limr— :Zi 3-5. :4S, 1 :00 4-3. At post 2>/j minute*. Off at 3:57. Fry, 8-5 place. 8-10 sbotv :
Mlcnedoela. 7-5 place. 7- 10 «how; Tover, 2 show. Wlsscr b. c. by Saln-Carollne Hamilton'
Trsln«d hy J. O'Malley. Scratched— 64o9 Tllllnghßst. Start good. Won cleverly. S«con<i
«ame. Third driving. Hlja price — Tramotor 30. Emma O 10. Molllo Moatrcso 20 Winner
b'<! up from $300 to $*0.% by H. Tobln; retained. E. M. Fry took tbe lead at the last
tt;rn «nd held bis field cafe. all final furlong. He bothered Mlnnedocla at head of stretch
Minnedwia ran a good race. Tovar ran a game race for him. Ilex ran to form Tramotor
\u25bahowed speed and race will help him. Others showed little. «•*•««»
track glossip
. Jockey Moleswortb, who was one of the b#*t
ri<i«rs at the Juarcx meeting, was doe to arrive
last *v»nluic from b!« home in Texas. He will
r.'.r- for Jobnsoa & Gray.
• * • a
Charles Sanford has gold J. C. Clem to George
Frswlej".
Hrnry ForsTcnd. who tcpreFcnted rastern pub-
Jli-atioD« at Juare* during the meeting, arrived
icßttT'taj' from the City of Mexico vn route to
*N«-w York. F<*r»laud reported tiiat J. Holxi/h.
\u25a0 prmoni'f to the turf, platmed to leave
.Inarez Monday for Emeryville with five homes
nwutly purcbasod. Amoup them is Sllrer Stock*
Inf.
Wi ;iinm Havrln Md cp Mike Jordan from" s2oo
to f*«»" and 11. Tohln. trainer for J. S. Dun
««n. artverxvl the price of B. M. Fry from $3uo
in $105. Botb wore retained.
\u25a0 • •
owing to tie Improvement dS^plsyfd by Mike
,l,,rdjD. th«- stewards derided to Jnveftlgste the
ride ot XCi Towers, wlio had the mount the
lagt time the St. Vincent performer started.
•* * \
1. TV. Paulnen lias a bigh regard for Banorella
*n<l l»<ucbt her back at an advance from Guy
\u2666irsj", who bid the filly op Monday.
• • • •
Among the pale* reported yesterday was that
of J. H. Lsugbrry to James Murphy.
• • •
». Jud;e Tettlngill leaves tliis ercning for New
% iork to ««sume his duties In the *t»nd at
Awdact. I/)uis IJsbSk. one of the stewards,
will act ia |>l*<-e of Judge Fcttlnglll.
SQperintmrfTjt Jim Grant has the trsck in
fine shape. The fast time made In the handicap
yesterday U ao evidence; There is a good
cut bion on the track.
• • •
G. A. Blankenrhip. owner of the Btockton
Ranch etable. took out a . trainer's licence yes-
t<Tday and will handle bis own string in future.
an accident in the second race. Round- |
ins the clubhouse turn Trust stumbled
and feel. Redwood 11, closely follow
ing, also fell and rolled over Jockey
Selden. He was hurried to the-hospi
tal and found to be uninjured.
Favorites and second choices fared
well during the afternoon. Three first
choices were successful. Banrose ruled
favorite for the opening: race at six
furlongs and won by a head from My
; Pal. Fredonla closed fast and secured
: third money.
Spring Ban was plunged on to win
the mile and a furlong race, second
on the card, and Homeless was warmly
supported. Rice took Spring Ban to
S the front, but before the half mile pole
! was reached Denny had moved up with
! Mike Jordan, and after that it was
I easy for the son of Nephew. Cock
! Sure was third.
\ In the third Paddy Lynch's conslst
i <?nt performer, Goldflnn. ruled a heav-
IHy played favorite and won by a
I length from Thistle Belle. Balronia
j was third.
i Redeem was backed into favoritism
! for the fifth at one mile, with- Hiacko
i and "VVhidden next in demand. Wil
• Hams got away poorly with Hiacko, and
'• although he ran up prominently,
I estopped badly. Beau Man, showing
I much improvement, led most of the
way. but Whidden closed fast under
j the vigorous riding of Archibald and
won cleverly. Redeem was third.
The colors of H. G. Bedwell were
carried to victory in the last race by
K. M. Fry, who ran gamely. Mlnne
docia, second choce, was the contender
at the end, with Rey el Tovar third.
! Jacksonville" Results
# JACKSpXVILr.E. Fla., April 6.— The feature
of today', mediocre card was the JraDresllve
victory of Darling over a field of "mart 2 rear
Sumo« a rr: Ft>UDtaln ° f Youth se "" n " *&"
»/-| r8t ™ ce A V-J furlon « f< - «*-»inff— Aphrodite, 0
to a. won; C. Clamp. HlO to 1. socotid- Leven-'e
fton. 7to 1. third. Time. 1:14 4-3 ' eT ' n S e
Second race— Seven furlonps. neillnK— Colonel
Jot. S to k won; M. J. Wbelan, 18 to ITVe/oud'
hemnare Queen, 0 to 2, third. Time. 128 15
Third race, six furlongs, nelllng— Barnwlale,' 7
to 1. won; Camel, 15 to 1, second: Serinour
Beutler, 11 to 10. third. Time 1-14 ae y mour
Fourth race, four and a half furlongs. Fountain
of .\tath •elllne stake-'Darlln,;, 0 to s.' won;
l r , * a ZS n ' 5 t0 h B<>e< >n <l : Moncrlef , 0 to 3
third Time, :55 2-5. \u2666Williams entry.' '
Jubilee. 7 to J, won; Merry Gift, 2 to 1. second;
First Premium. 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:44 3-5.
Sixth race, one and a sixteenth miles, selling—
Pirate Diana 9 to 5. won: Jack Right, R to 1
recond; Msxlmiim. 4 to 1. third. Time l-iS"-5
Catcher Kliftg Ordered
to Don Mitt
. KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 6.— At* last
the case of John G. Kllng, the catcher
of the Chicago national league base^"
ball club, appears to be at an' end.
Today X ling received a message from
President Charles W. Murphy ordering
the player to report at Indianapolis
April 6 or 7. Kllng said tonight he
would telegraph Murphy lie would
joJn the team in- Columbus April 10.
THE SAN FRANCISCO GALL, THURSDAY, APR-IE" 7;: 1910/
VERNON UNABLE TO
GET BY BEAVERS
\u25a0
Villagers Take Kindly to. the
Curves of \u25a0 Seaton,'but 'Are
Sewed Up in Field
JJDS ANGELES, April 6. — Portland
won from Vernon again today on the
grounds of the Paciric Coast league.
The score was 6 to 3. Seaton. pitch
ing for Portland, was batted freely,
but the Portland players put up the
kind of playing that prevented runs.
VERXOX
AB. R. 811. PO. A; E.
Carlisle, c. f 4 0 1 O 0.0
N. Brashoar, 3b. ..". 3.1 0. 0 D . 0
Martlnke, 1. f : 4 0 2 10 0
n. Brashear, 2b 4 0 1 4 3' 0
Coy. r. f. 4 11 2 0 0
Lindsay, ss 4 114 <3. 0
W. Fisher, lb 4 0- 1 -9" 0 0
Brown, c ...2 O 1 7. -2-.0
Stovnll, p 4 0 0 o*4l
. Total .....31 3 S 27 ; 17 • 1
PORTLAND
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Xetzel, 3b. . 3 0 10 0 1
Olwn, so 3V3 V 2 03- 3 0
Casey, *_b 2 2 0 .1 ;3; 3 0
McCredie. r. f. 4 1 3 3-o*o
Spcas, -1. f. .'.*.•. 2 0. 0 5 10
J. Ryan. c. f. » :. 3 0 1 2.00
Rapps, lb 4 11 S 0 0
G. Fisher, c. 3' O 1 5 11
Seaton, p. .~. ; 3 0 0 0 2~ 0
Total ....... ...'.V..". 27 6 7"27 10- 2
RUNS AND HITS BY INNING^:.
\>rnon ......... I 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 o—3
Basphits .....". 1 2 I*ol 20 1 o—B0 — 8
Portland 0 00 3 0~l 2 Q 0—«0 — «
Baschits 01 02 1 1200—7
\u25a0 - • SUMMARY
Two base hits— McCredie . and Coy. Sacrifice
hits — J. Ryan, O. Fisher, Seaton, Olsen; Brown.
Stolen bases — Carlisle, Lindsay. Olsen. Speas.
First base on called balls— Off Stovall 8, off
rieatnn 1. Struck out— By Stovall 5, by Seaton
4; Double plays — N. Brasltear to It. Brashear to
W. Kistjer, Speas to Olsen. OUen' to Casey to
Rapps. Passed ball — G. Fißher. Hit by pitched
ball — N. Brosbear and Speas. Time of game — 1
hour and 45- minutes. Umpire — McCreevy.
Sacramento 2, Los Angeles 1
SACRAMENTO, April 6.— Fitzgerald
and Tozer had ari 11 inning pitchers'
duel this aftirnoon, the Senators finally
winning by a score of 2 to 1. Up to
the ninth inning ; the score stood 1 to
0 in favor of the Senators, but Dar
ringer, at third, booted Howard's
grounder, after Dillon had singled, al
lowing the Angels' captain to tally the
run that tied the score. In the eleventh
inning Van Buren doubled and. was
scored by""Perry, who swung through
with a single, winning the game for the
Senators. Score:
LOS ANGELES
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.-
Daley, c. f 5 0 10 10
Bernard, r. f 4 000 00
Murphy. 1. f 5 0 2-3- 1 0
Dillon, lb ".3 1 • 1 15 2 1
Howard. 2b 4 0..<. O 0 1 O
Roth. 3b 4 -O 0' 2 2 0
Delmas, s. 8....< 4 0 0 3 2 0
Orendorff, c..... 2 0 1 3 .10
Smith, c....... 1. O 0 10 O
Tozer, p.... 4 0 1 3 7 0
Koss* 10 0 0 0 0 (
Total 37 1 6 SO 17 1
•Batted for Orendorff in eighth inning-
SACRAMENTO
AB. It. BH. PO. A. E.
Shinn, f. s 5 1 2 2- S- 2
\'an Buren. lb .....4 1 2 10 0 0
Perry, 1. f 5 0 2 4 0 1
Brlgßs, r. f 4 2 0 10 0
Pearsons, c. t 4 0 2-3 0 0
Raymer, "2b 4 0 0 3 0 0
Darringer, 3b 3 0 0 1 1 1
La Ix>nge, c... 4 0-2810
Fitzgerald, p 4 0 114,0
Totals 37 ~2,13 33 9 4
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Los Anpeles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 o— l '
Base bits 0 0 1 LI 0 0 110 1— 0
Sacramento 1-0 00000 000 1 — 2
Base bits 2 021121011 2—13
SUMMARY
Hits made off Tozer 13, Fitzgerald «. Two
base hits. Van Buren (2). Brlßßg 1. Sacrifice
lilts, Bernard. Dillon, Van Buren. Fitzgerald.
First base on errors. Los Angeles 3. First
base on called balls, off Tozer 1. Left on bases.
Los Angeles 5, Sacramento 5. Struck out, by
Tozer 1. by Fitzgerald 3. Double plays, Fitz
gerald to Darringer; Roth to Dillon to Tozer.
Passed balls — Orendorff. gtolen bases, Dillon,
Tozer. Time of same 1 hour 43 minutes. Um
pire, Finney.
Papke Signs to Meet
Frank Klaus Here
KEWANBE, 111., Aprjl 6.— Billy Papke
will meet Frank Klaus, the Plttsburg
middle weight, at San Francisco May
14. This was announced last night
by Ed Papke, manager of Billy, follow
ing' negotiations with James -Coffroth,
the promoter, who will stage the battle.
The match was closed by Papke with
the understanding- that the winner will
be matched to meet Ketchel for the
championship, probably in the early
part of July.
ATLANTIC OCEAN TRAVEIi
Mflrth^^?s ON TUESDAYS
B«yi 111 BREMEN 10 A. M.
I Express Sailings .
Kaiser Wllhelm a. Orosse.April lf> I
KronprlnzesKln Cccllie. . .. April 20 I
Kronnrlnz WUbelm. . May 8 I
-^ Kaiser ' Wllbelm II May 10 \u25a0
o§rman<wi THIJRSDA¥S
gaCI lIIMII Bremen 10 A. M.
1/1 wiu-ricrew fallings " » 1
Prlns Frledrlch Wilhelm.April 21 I
•Zleteix'. . . . .April 28 I
\u25a0 George Washington (new) May .0 I.
Oremen .M»y 12 I
„ m *Bremen direct. \u25a0 •
BMJUfeyJ M GENOA 11 A. M.
ItarbarOHsa April 16
Berlin (new) April 23
Frlodricb di-r Grosse.... .April 30
, Neckar May 7
Wireless and Submarine Signals.
Independent Round the World Tours.
Travelers' Checks, good all over
the World.
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5 Broadway, New York
. Robert Capelle. G. Ai I\ C, 250 Powell st.,
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Telephone Kearny 4794.
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Philadelphia — Queenatovrn — Liverpool
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
New York — London Direct
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
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r i - New York—Dover— Antwerp
WHITE STAR LINE
N.Y.-Queeni»town-Holyhead - - Liverpool
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G. If. KOEPPEL, Passenger Agent Pacific Coast.
319 Geary Street, opposite St. \u25a0 Francis
Hotel, San Francisco.
Canadian Pacific
. Less Than Four Days at i Sea
Weekly nailing: between ': Montreal,
.-\u25a0\u25a0: Quebec and Liverpool \u25a0- . «'
Two days on the beautiful St.\Law-
rencfr-: River and the shortest ocean
route to Europe. t
Nothing better on the -Atlantic than
our Empresses. Wireless on all steam-
ers. ~' y &jS&t§B&fßßS&£B3&£2< v '"'•\u25a0\u25a0' ' -\u25a0.'\u25a0\u25a0'
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E.- E. PENN, G.; A., Palace Hotel, San
U6Ha«Hrarag : Frunclsco.
George^Morgan,
Track Captain ;
At -Janta;,Glara
COLLEGIANS NAME
NEW TRACK LEADER
All Around Athlete Elected to
Succeed "Babe" Reams at
Santa Clara
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA CLARA, April 6.—At a"meet- :
ing of the Santa Clara college track
team, held today for the purpose . of
electing a captain -to seeped "Babe"
Reams, who leaves shortly to join the
Sacramento Coast league ball team,
George Morgan of . Virginia- City; -Nev.,
was chosen. ''.'.'
Morgan, . besides being a good .ath
lete, is popular with his fellow students.'
He is a senior, a member of the Phil
alethic d j ebatin,g; senate, and of sev
eral societies here;";-^ --;V \u25a0
After graduating- from" the Virginia
City high school Morgan came Here; in
1006 and has since been .prominent' in
all branches of athletics.
SERPBXTBAU "WINS PRIX
PARIS, April 6. — W. K. Vnnderbilt's
Sorpenteau won the Prix Kendall in
the races at Tremblay today. Karmel,
owned by Ross Adams, finished third
in the Prix Martagon.
MOEHEGAN' KNOCKED OUT
SYDNEY, N. S. W., April 6.— Johnny
Summers of England knocked out H.
Moehegan today in the nineteenth
round of their fight for the lightweight
championship of Australia.
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
r \u25a0 Stpsmys leare from Broad-
y^SjS«4^gk way WbarTes (Piers 9
iW«nMk|TU Low rates. Including berth
1 I Y^S^) J 6 P cclal Itound Trip Kates.
VJ*l\|. \)W '-irOS ANGELES
>^testSlg7 SAN DIEGO
*SANTA BARBARA
President or Governor. .Alternate Mondays, 4 pm.
•Santa Rosa Every Thursday, 11 am.
•Duly steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
! TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle for Southeastern Alaska,
iSkagway, Dawsou, Fairbanks.
President or Governor.. Alternate Saturdays, 2 pra.
City of Puebla, Umatilla or Queen
.....Alternate Tuesdays, 2 pm.
EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
. City of Topeka April 7, 12, 17, 22, 27, 10 am.
EXCURSION MEXICO AND RETURN
GUAYMAS, MAZATLAN, LA PAZ
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CADO,
. . SAN PEDRO
Senator, April 20, $75, Inc. berth and meals.
Nome, St. Michael. .. ..Umatilla, June 2
LEAVE SEATTLE
Nome, St. Michael. . ....Senator, June 5
ALASKA CRUISES, 1»1O /
Spokane.. June 14, 28; July 12, 26; Aug. 0, 10 pra.
Queen .July 12, . 28, 8 pm.
Right reset-red to change this schedule.
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Telephone Kearny 402.
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B *^ Tehuantepec Route
NEW YOKK TO PACIFIC COAST POUTS
AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,' sailing from New
York I every six days, making direct - connection
with Pacific steamers salllnK from Salina Crue,
Mexico, \u25a0 every six days for San -Francisco. t
PACIFIC - COAST- POKTS. TO NEW YORK.
Also to Mexican and all principal European ports
nuder through rate and through bills of lading.
Sallliiffß from Snn Francisco every 12 days.
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TO HAWAIIAN ISLAND PORTS, direct every
2S'duys, and via Puget sound every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars apply to
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Bridge st., .New York:. WILLIAMS, DIMOND &
CO., General Agents, Paclttc Coast.
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TOYO RISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPAN\
S. S. " Chiyo Maru "...• —Tuesday, May 3, 1910
8. S."Tenyo Maru? ..-.•..Tuesday, May 31, 1910
.'•• Steamers \u25a0 sail from company's * piers, Nos. : 42,
44, near foot of Second st.. at 1 p. ni.vfor Yoko-
hama nnd Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hiogo) nud Nagasaki and Shanglial. and . con-
necting at Hongkong with, steamers for Manila.
India, etc. No cargo received on ; ljoard '\u25a0 on ' flay
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TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND— S.S..
MarlpoKa sails -11 R- 'n.. April > 13. Special
round trip.' Tahiti. ?123 first class. :.y,- \u25a0;.
UAUAI 111 II S.-S-; Sierra sails at 11 a.m.'
I IUiIULUIU, round j trip,;, $U0; first class.!
OCEANIC S. S. CO., 07.", Mkt. ; T.- Krny. 1231
SOUTHERNERS LOSE
TO BLUE AND GOLD
Lack of Entries in All Events
Keeps Pomona From M aking
Better Showing
[Special Dispatch to The Cal[]
BERKELEY, April 6.— The Pomona
track team met defeat-at the hands of
California this afternoon on the Berke
ley oval in the best contested meet of
the season. Although the local ath
letes piled up a score, of 79 to 43, the
southern men pushed them hard in
almost every race "they entered, the
disparity being due in part to the fact
that Pomona had no entries in the broad
jump, high hurdlAs .or shotput. „
One Intercollegiate record, that in the
two .mile, went by the board when
Fischer won for the visitors In the fast
time, of ' 9 minutes 54 seconds. Again
in the relay the Pomona team, consist
ing- of Spurgeon.vP. Sloane, Lorbeer,
Parker ' and H. Sloane, won by a nar
row .margin from the Calif ornians iri 3
minutes 19 2-5 seconds, closely -ap
proaching the coast record. >
-The results were as follows:
100 yard dash— Sloane -(P.) won, C. Whitney
(C.) second, Kant (0.) third; time :10 1-.~. :
220 yard dash— Sloane (P.) won, Rathbone
(C.) 'second, Claudius (C.) third; time, .23 sec
onds;
440 yard - dash— Johns (C.) .won. Chase (C.)
second, "Spnrgeon (P.) third; time, \u25a0'\u25a0 :."2 1-5.
SSO yard run— Kelly- (O.) won. Rice (P.)
second, Carver (P.) third; -time, 2:3 3-5.
Mile run— Fisher (P.) won, Saxon (C.) sec
ond. Billings (P.) third; time, 4:29 3-5.
•: Two mile run — Fischer (P.) won. Sturgls (P.)
second, Rowe (P.) thl^d; time, 0:54.
120 . yard hurdles-rCowles (0.) won, Donald
(C.) second, Wallace , (C.) third; time, :15 4-5.
220 yard hurdles— Grubb (C.) won. Havens
(C.) second, Redman (C.) third; time 2C sec
onds. ; , - "
Hammer, throw— Gnbbert (C.) won, Barnes
(P.) second. Kittrelle ,-(C.) third; distance.
134 feet 3% inches. . \u25a0
Broad Jump— Allen (C.) won, Kretslnger (C.)
second. Chapman . (C.) third; distance, 22 feet
HVj inches.
High jump — Bull and Ilill (C."> won. Wing
(C.) and Wolfe (C.) tied for third; height,
5 feet ly-, Inches.--
Pole vault— Barnes (P.> won. Potter (C),
Ball (C.) and Brown (C.) second; height,
11 feet 4 inches. j
Shot put— Hale . (C.) won, Scott (C.) second.
Hardy (C.) third; distance. 41 fe*t 5 inches.
Relay race — Pomona won; time 3 ' minutes
19 2-3 seconds.: -
Contradicting stories to the effect
that Myron Harris, varsity pitcher, had
hroken a tendon yesterday. Coach Smith
announced .-today that the twlrler'was
little the worse for his slight injury,
although he would be given a thorough
rest before Saturday. Harris tried otte
of his hard' underhand balls before he
was fully warmed up and strained the
tendon. "' . . . . • \u25a0
-•'•> • • - •
After tryouts held for over a month
the. university cadet rifle team has been
selected, and next Saturday the 12
members, of. the team will compete for
the gold and silver medals offered an
nually, bn the team are: C. ' C. de
Wolf, E. O. White, A. G. Eddy, H. V.
Leffler, C. A. Waldmann, F. C. Clarke,
W. Gordon, ,V. R. Hook, R. H. Taylor,
J. A. Dias/ L. McSpaden and H. R.
Angwin.
Breeders report that foals are late this sea
son. Barney Schrelber visited Woodlands this
week and found that none of the mares bad
foaled. There are four foals by Cunard up to
tbe present. . "
RAILWAY TRAVEL
/@SSb± Schedule Effective
PSR*) November 15, 1909
: * UNION FERRY DEPOT
Snn Franclseo
Leave VIA SAUSALITO Arrive
7:4oa|PetalGma, Santa Rosa, Healds-
- I burg. Cloverdale. Uktab. Wtlllts,
Sherwood. Sebastopol. •Gnerne-
ville. *Mt. Rio, "Duncan Mills.. 8:17p
8:20 a »Pt. Reyes, 'ML Rio, *Cazadero t6:57p
8:20 a • 'Sonoma, **Glen Ellen |5:37p
t9:ooa Petaluma, Santa Ro*a, Cloverdale. t7;37a
11:00 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa 4:17b
3 :00p Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsbarg,
Cloverdale, Ukiab, GuerneTille,
Mt. Rio, Duncan Mills, Sebas-
| topol 10:87 a
t4-ofip Pt. Reyes, Occidental...
4 :40p Sonoma, Glen Ellen 9:17*
6 :20p Petaluma, Santa Rosa 8:37 a
ELECTRIC BUBURBAN VIA BAUSALITO
Sausalito, Mill Valley. Son Raf ael— Daily
every 40 minutes frotn 7:00 a. m. until 9:00
a. m. ; then hourly until 4 :00 p. m. : then every 40
minutes until 6:40 p. ta.; then 8:00 and 10:00
p. m. and 12:01 a. m.
Fairfax — Leave San Francisco t7:00, 7:40, 8:20,
0:00. 10:00. 11:00 a. m., 1 12:00 noon.,ti:oo.
2-00 4:00, 4:40, 5:20 and 6:00 p. m.
San Quentin via Ban Kafael— Leave 0:00 a. m.
and 2:00 p. m.
Tiburon and Belyodere — 17:00. 17:40, lO:t5
a. ra. (|12:0O noon, - except Saturday), 112:30
14:00. 15:20, 7:15 p. m. \u25a0 Sundays, |7:OO, *7:40.
10:15 a., m., 12:30, |4:00. §5120, 7:15 p. m..
J12:0l a. m.
•Sunday arrive- 7:37 p. m. .••Sunday arrive
6:57 p. m. t Except Sunday, t Sunday only.
only. |Via Bausallto.
Pacific Transfer Company's agents are author-
ized to check baggage direct from residence.
/jJBLjA Trains Leave
§ral|llip San Francisco
H^ J Market ! Street
Ferry Depot
Leave For— • IA.M. | P.M.
Bakersfield ...... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Chicago ......... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Fresno 7:15 4:00-8:00-10:00
XjTand Canyon.. . 7:15 8:10.10:00
Hanford ....7:15 ....-10:00
Kansas City...... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Merced . . ... . 7:15 4:00-8:00-10:00
•Stockton . . . . . '\u25a0: . 7:15 4:00- 8:00-10:00
Stockton, Oakdale
and Sierra Rail-
way point*. .... 9:45 -^
Tulare 7:15 8:00-10:00
VisaUa .......... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Yosemite ........ 7:15[....
"Stockton Local leaves 1:28 p. a.
California limited through to Chicago leave*
at 10:00 P. m. Offices — «73 Market street aad
Market street Ferry Depot.* Saa Franclaco; UU
Broadway. Oakland.
\u25a0^m^. muir woods
TAMALPA.3
via sausalito ferry
. ' FOOT OF MARKET STREET
LECAL HOUDATt-SiniDAT TOW
- tt?Si» Frittcbci . It. Mdr Weefe . U. Tmilult
Wee Yd • i Snaday Wee May Snad»y WteM»y _S_ada__
"10:00* 9:00 a t7:35a 12:03p ?:3»a110:«a
2U)Op 10:00 a 1:50p , 2:00p VMf Ij:s2a
AM ":00a 9_:55p; 3^3P 4:25? . \ 45p
..;... 1:00p . 4:30p 4:26j» \u26669:16p 2:s|p
...... 2:00 p...... 5:10p f-\\9
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Ticket Offices— Sausalito Ferry and 874 Market
: '^\ : General Office— Mill Valley, California " .:
"TAVERN OF UMALPAIS"and "MUinUW"
y ara ahnrayt open far om»t« ;
OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY
: 'v F. S. Stratton. ' BccelTer.
Lt: 8. P". dally-^e:ooa. «4:SOp. Ar. S.~ T.
dally— t3:lßp, •8:25 a.' \u25a0".'
\u25a0Arleta. tTunitas c Glen ; - atage for Snj Gra-
gorio and Pescadero. - ' \u25a0: , : \u25a0• -'\u25a0-•- - -\u25a0 '\u25a0•'\u25a0-
N BAY ASD INTEBCKBAN KOUTKS
MARE ISLANLX^NAVY YARD x
Vallejo, Napa, St. Helena .
ST. 'hBLE.VA-NAPA \u25a0 VAtUEY ROUTE
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It. \u25a0 B. Co. \u25a0•-.-; Close connections; : \u0084"; * ' -' :
6— >ROU.\D ' TRIPS' DAILY— G J
' Boats -leave -San. Francisco 7:00. *0:43 a. m.,
12:30 noon, 3:15, 6:00, p. m. ;
\u25a0 Sau Francisco \u25a0 landing and office. Clay \u25a0 street
wharf, ; north cud - ferry building. . Market street
ferry. Meals a la carte. , Pbones Kearny . 406 or
C47<jS.^- -:\..::. ;.-. -.- \u25a0.. . ;• \u25a0 ° : - o \u25a0:.
\u25a0•Landa r nary yard direct.
Agonizing Exhibition Ends
With Seals 12 Run Victory
Commuters Excel Only ,in Boneheaded
Stuff Handed Out to Fans
JOSEPH MURPHY
STANDING OF. THE CLUBS
(Pacific Coast I.easrue)
Cluba— W. I*. Pet.
San Frarfclneo 5 2 714
Vernou 5 3 ASS
Portland 4 3 STI
Sacramento 4 '3 Jl7l
Oakland ....... ....3 5 286
Los Angeles ....... 2 <s« -250
lIESULT OF GAMES
San Franci«co 11. Oakland 5.
Portland 6, Vernon 3.
Sacramento 2/ Los Angeles 1 (11
Innings).' •';':\u25a0
The only, redeeming feature to yes
terday's game was that the Seals were
victors. Let us hope that it will be a
long -while until wfe are forced to wit
ness such a performance as the faithful
were forced to look at yesterday. It
was 2 hours 20 minutes of agony and
It took exactly 25 men to finish trie
game. At the conclusion of the nine
frames just 16 ruhs had been scored.
12 of which belonged to the Seals.
The score does not exactly show the
poor work that was handed out. Bone
headed playing abounded in the con
test and in this respect the transbay
tossers carried oft the honors. It Is
true that Umpire Van Haltren weak
ened the Oaks to some extent by chas
ing two of the Commuters off the field,
but he was forced to take~this action
owing to the ungentlemanly conduct of
Captain Harry Wolverton and Out
fielder Swander. - -
" In the early part "of the contest it
looked as if Oakland was going to put
one over, but the aspect of the game
changed in the third frame. In the
second frame Willie Hogan started the
trouble .by banging a single into right
field. Wolverton doubled to center and
Hogan scored. In an effort to catch
Hogan. at the plate McArdle threw the
ball over the , catcher's head and Wol
verton took third. Wolverton scored
on Cutshaw's out. v
The third .was a disastrous frame for
the Oaks. Nelson, who had distin
guished himself in the. opening frame
by striking out three men. started the
second frame with the reverse English.
He walked Berry and McArdle and
then Henley • laid down a safe bunt,
filling the bases. Nelson tried to get
Henley at first, but threw the ball
into right field, and Berry scored. Vitt
was safe on an infield hit and Henley
scored. Bodie singled, scoring Henley.
RAILWAY TRAVEL
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM APRIL I. 1118
VIA OAKLAND PIBR
Leave (Foot of Market Street) Anrre
2.15* Naes, Livermore, Tracj-, Lathrop.
Stockton. Lodi. Sacramento 10.33|
6.40 a Hayward, Niles, San Jose. 7.08 a
7.00 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benin*, Suisuo,
Dixon, Sacramento, Roseville, Marys- ""
ville, Reddinc. Dunsmuir 758 a
7.00* Haiira, VacaviUe, Rumsey. 7.28?
7.00* Davis. Woodland (Mirjrrslle. Oro-
\u25bcille), Williams. Maxwell, Waiowi,
Hsmilton, Gornine. Red Bluff 758p
{7.00* Newark. Saa Jose, Los Gatos, Wrijat. B. 48»
7.00* Felton (Boulder Creek). SanU Cms. . . 9.5€»
7.40* Vallejo, Napa, Calistogs, Strati Rosa,
Martinez. San Ramon 6.08?
740 a Kile?, Pleaxinton, Lhrermore, AlU-
mont, Lathrop, Stockton 7.28 i
7.40 a Tracy, Los Banos, Kennaa, Fresno,
\ Hanford, Visalia 458p
8.20 a Port Costa, Martiaex. Bj-ron, Tracy.
Stockton, Merced, Fresno, Gosbea. «
Junction (Hanford. Armona), Visalia,
PortervQle, Bakersrleld 4.48?
8.20 a YoE»mit e Valley via Merced. 7.48?
9.00* Nilcs. Livermore, Stockton (*Jliltoa).
Valley Spring, loneT^acramento.. . . . 4.28*
9.00* Sonora, Tuol umne snd A n g4s 428«
9.00 a Atlantic Kxprea — Sacramento, Tru>
kee, Oeden. Salt Lake City. Denver, .
Kansas City, Omaha. Chicago 8.28 »
940 a Richmond. Port Costa, Martian.
BsyPobt «-48 a
1 0.20 a Vallejo Mare Wand. Napa 1 1 .28*
1020* Los Angeles Passenger— Port Costs,
Martinet Brron. Trsey. Stockton. I
Merced. Fresno, (Hanfnrd. Coalings,
VL-alia,) Bakerafield, Los Ancelcs.... 7.48p
10.28* Moj.tve. Olanchs, Lose Pine, Mt.
Whitney 7.48p
10.40 a Sin Francisco Overland Limited —
v Denver, Ksneas City, St. Louis,
Omaha, Chicago. 7.28»
1 1.20* Shasta Limited— Portland. Taeoauw-
Seattle fl.l«»
IZOOn Goldfield Pass.— Port Cosra, Benicia.
Sacramento, Truekee, Hszen, Miaa,
Tonopah. GoldSeW, Law?, Keder. . . ; 7.48 a
IZOOn Marysville, Chieo, Red Bluff 4.28p
- 1.20? N7.es, Irvinictoa, San Jew 2.43?
1.40p San I^an.Jro. Niles, Ceaterville,/ 9.08 a
Newark, San Jose. • 7.28p
1.40p Newark, San Jose, Lo* Gain.*. Wrifht,
Felton (Boulder Creek). Santa Crui. . 9.58p
2.40p San Leandro, Niles, Ssn Joae. 9.28*
3.00p Ifcnicia, Winters, Sacranento— Wood-
bad. Maryrrflle. Orovflle — Yolo,
Arbnekle, WatLims. WBlows 10.48*
3.00p Via Sausalito, West Napa, St Hdena,
Calistoga 10.37 a
3.20p Port CostA (Stockton). Martins^/ 1208?
Brron, Modestn, Merced, Fresno.. \ lOJBp
4.00» Vallejo, Napa. Calistsga, Santa Rosa,
Martines, San Ramon, Dougherty,
Lrvermor* 9.28 a
4J»p N3es (Centervaie), Tracy. Stockton I 10.23*
L0di........... \ IOJ«p
4.40b San Leandro, Hayward. Niles, Pleas-
anton, Livermore, Tracy, Newman, -
iveiinan, Fresno.. ••••.....•.•«•*•'• 8.28 a
B.oOp Richmond, . Pinole, Vsllejo, Port
Costa, Benicia, SuSsun. Baersmeato
—RoseviDe. Marj'sville, Oroville 11.28*
BJXJp Ruswll. Saa Jose. Los Gatos.. 9.28*
8.20p Saa Leandro. Niles, San Joss. 7.48*
6.00p Owl Limited— Los Angeles &08a
• 6.40p Eastern Express— Ogden, Pueblo, Den*
- vcr. Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago. .
Port Costa. Benicia, Sacramento,
Keno. Sparks 8.28?
6.40b Hayward, Niles and San Jom 6.48?
J7.00p V»l!ejo, Port Costa, Martiaes, Bay
Point and Way Station*... , JII.IB*
740 a Richmond. Port Costa, Byron, Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton 12.48?
Bw2op Oregon Express — DavK (Saeraoento),
Waiotrs, Redding (Klamath Falls).
. Ashliind, Portland. Taeoma, Seattle,
. - Spokane 9.28*
9LSOB Chins and Japen Fast MsQ— Ogrff n, '
Cheyenne. ' Denver, Kansas City, -
Omaha, Chicago.. 7... 248p
9j3op Port Costa, Beaieia, Sacramento. Cd-
fax. Truekee. He no, Sparks, Ogden.. 248b
1 1.00? Yosemite Valley Slseper via Merced
to El Portal ..: &2Sa
lI.OOp Nile;. Ptrasanton, Livermore. Lathrop,
; \u25a0 . ' . Modesto, Mertfd, Fresno.... 10.23?
I I.OOp Fresno. Selma. Goshen June., Hanford,
Armona. Lemoora, Coaliaga 8.28 a
11.40p Portland Express — Sacramento, Uarys-
• vflle. Red Bluff, Weed. A*Wand. Rose-
- burg. Portland. Taroma. Seattle. . . . : t£2B>
NETHERLANDS BOUTE-From Padfle Strsst Wharf
Collmsville, Emmaton. Rio Vista. Iststoo. Ryde, Wai-
nut Grove, Vorden. Cburtland. Clarkiburg. Sacramento.
Leav« 8.00 ajn. TceU Thurs.. Sat. Steamer Narajo;
j arrive § 0.00 p.m.
L«ve IXO p.m. DaSy. except Smdsy, Steamer Uodoe
or Apache: arrive 11.30 pjn. |
OAKUNO HARBOR FERRY-From San Franchco
1 Market Strsst Wharf— Week Day»— Hourly from 6CP
a.m. to 9.00 p.m. Sundays— 6.4s. 8.15. 9.4-5. 11.15
ajtu. 12.43. 2.1 j. 8.45, 5.15. 6.43, 8.13 aed 9J5 p.p.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Vh Alimsd* fltr.
T« Oakland and.Alamsd*— l6.lo, t6t43 ajn.. *ad th«»
\u25a0 \u25a0 - 10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7.45 dra - then
8.30, 9.15, 10.00, 10V45, IL3O p.ra. sad 12.15 ajk
To Alamsda and Fruitvafo vi* Henesno* ami as abovs.
I \u25a0 a for Morning. \ p for Afternoon.' f Sunday excepted.
-: . J Sunday only. ~ § Arrive Moa^Wsd^ FrL -
Union Trawfer Co. authorised b'eheek Baggage
direct from residence. :\u25a0 -
Melchlor bunted and Nelson tried to
get Vltt at third, bat failed. Tennant c
hit to Wares, who tried to get Vltt at ,
the plate, but the ball struck the run- |
ncr and he was safe. Bodle scored on
Mundorff's out.
The Seals tucked the encounter away
for good in the eighth, when they put^
five more runs over the pan on a like
number of hits. McArdle started off
with a beautiful triple to center. Hen
ley walked and Vitt doubled to the
center field fence, scoring McArdle.
Danks replaced Tonneson on tha hill I
at this point, but ne failed to stop the
slaughter, as Griffin sampled him for
a double to the fence, scoring Henley
and Vitt. Tennant was safe on an in
field hit. Mundorff doubled, scoring
Tennant and Griffin.
The Seals made the last run of the
game in the ninth. Berry taking third.
Berry scored on Vitt's out. Score:
SAN" FRANCISCO
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Vltt. 2b 6 2 r. 2 5 0
Brodle. 1. f. and ss 5 1 I 2 O «>
Melchlor, r. f 2 1 t 2 0 O
Tennant. lb 5 \ .•» ,$ ft o
Mundorff. Sb 4 01-tlO
Mctlale. c. f 5 t» I 4 2 o
Berry, c S 2 I 3 2 O
McArtlle, ss 3 2 2 2 t 1
Henley, p 3 2 2 0 O O
•Williams, r. f 2 «> O 1 O O
("riffin, 1. f t 1 1 1 © O
Stewart, r. f 0 O O o 0 0
Tofals 33 It 13 _7 It 1
•Williams batted for / MclcnSor ia fouztti
OAKLAND* /
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Carroll, c. f 5 » t 1 0 O
Wares. -w» 1 O 1 O 0 O
Swander. r. f **- 0 <\u25ba J <> t>
Hoiran. ."U> an.l 1. f 4 1 2 1 to
Wolverton. 3b 2 2 2 0 2 O
Cameron, lb 4 0 1 8. 1 O
Ciitshaw. 2t> 4 t> 1 2 3 »
Mltze. c a 1 1 io 5 •>
Nelson, p 0 O 0 O O 1
Tonneson. p 3 1 2 3 i> t>
Magsett, r. f 1 11 •> 1 1. 1)
Thomas. 1. f 1 rt i> o 0 0
Dunks, p t 0 1 O 0 O
t Totals 54 3 12 27 12. 1
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Sao Francisco O O .", O O O 0 3 I—JI1 — JI
Base hits O 0 3 112 2 5 I— l.T.
Oakland 0 2 O 1 2 O O <> O— 5
Base hit 1 " 1 S 1 2 3 11 W I—l 2
SUMMARY
Hits off Ne!s«o S, runs off Nel!«nn S. when
taken out in first of third Inninc. Saerlflp* fly —
McArdle. Stolen basert — Tennant. Slundorff. Mc-
Ardle. Three buse hit — McArdle. Two base hit*
— Wolverton (2). Tnnoeson. Mundorff. Cameron.
Vltt. Tennant. Griffin. Mcllale. Sacrlflce hit —
McArdle. First base on culled balls— Off Hon
ley. 1: off Nelson. 2: off Tonneson. "; off Danks.
1. Struck out— By Henley, t; r>y Nclyon. 3; by
Tonneson, 5: by Danks. 2. Hit by pitched bait —
Magjjett. Double play*— Vitt to McArdle t»
Tennant. Medal* tq Tennant, Mundorff tn Ten
nant. Passed ball — Mitze. Titnn of game— 2
hours and 20 minutes. Umpires — Hildebrand ami
Van Haltrvn.
,VIA COAST LINE
Lmv* (ThM tad Townsrad Strwta) Arrivt
tS-254 Looj>— 2M Swt, Vjsitacion, South
San Francisco, Valencia Street. . . . . . t&35«
t5.35* Loop— Valencia Street, Ocean View.
' Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street. Srd sod Tcvnsend t&*3*
6.20* South San Francisco. Ssa Joe*. Hiiro;-,
(Hollister), Ssrtsnt, Psjaro, Watsoa-
Tflle, Santa Cms. 7.5Cp
7.00* Bouih Saa Francisco. Falo Alto. Saa
Joe*. Way Stations 7.35*
7.00« Mayficid. Los Alter, Kos Gatos t7.20s
8.-00* Shore lice limited— Paso Robles
Hot Spriass, SanU Barbara, Los
Anjeles 9.30?
BJBS* The Coaster— Saa Jose. Paj*ro (Wat-
eonvillf. &Nt» Crus), CastroTille.
(Dd Monte. Monterey, Pacific GroVe).
Salinas, Soiedad, Paso Robles Hot
Springs. Saa Lais Obispo. Surf,
(Lcicpoc\ Santa Barbara, Veatnra,
Oxrard, Los Aageles 1 1.45?
8.20* Mayfield. Los Altos, Los Gitos. Wright.
Glenwood(B<«ilder Creek), Ssnta Cms,
Wat son ville. Cristrovillf. Del Jlont,-,
Monterey. Pacific Gtots 9JMf
9.00k Eaa Jose. Oiiror. Salinas. Paso Robles
Hot Springs. San Luis Obijpo— Tres
: • Pino*— WatsonvSle. Santa Cms, Del
Monte, Monterey. Picifle Grore 4XO*
10.40 a South San frsnris-o. BuHingame, Saa
Mitep, Palo Alto. Sin Joss 6.2Ct
1 0.40 a Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatos. . { *fj{£
11.305. Vsleneia Street. Ocesn View. Cctea.
Ceraetcrirs. Bxien, t?an Bruno 1 JS>
1 1 .40* South San Frar.rieco, Saa Jow tS.Ma
2.00s M Monts Express — Saa Jcse. G3ror.
Sargent (Watsonvflle. SanU Crui).
Det Monte. Monterey, Paciao Grove.
(fSilinas) li3o>
205» South San Francisco, Palo Alto, Saa
Joss «.... 8.40*
t2.03» Los Altos, Menta VisU. Los Gates. . . T3.2C >
3.00» South San Francisco. Ssa Msteo, Saa
Jose, Gilroy. Trw Pinos, Filial".... 10.10 a
3.0O« WatsonTille. Saota Cms. Castrovilb;
Dti Monte, Monterey. Pseine Grove. 10.00*
3v*o» Sin (a Clara, San Jose. Los Gatos.
Wri«ht (Boulder Creek). Santa Crus. IO00«
4.00p Snnset Express — Tacjon, Petnmg,
; El Psso, Houston. New Orleans,
Paso Roues Hot Sprine>. San Luia
ObiKpo, Santa Barbs ra ana Los Angeles • 1 .40*
400» Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago 11.4 C*
4.20» South Saa Francisco. Saa Jow t9OC»
|3.00» Duriin^irse, Sstn Mateo. Palo Alto,
San Jow and Wsy Stations 9.40«
t5.05j» Loop— 23d Street. VWtarion. South
San Fraaeisco, Valencia Strtet 1 8. 1 5 »
t9.2f1? Redwood. Palo Alto. Saa J0w. .~ 1 . 1 0»
t5.20? Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatos.. . \3JZCp
f 5.25 » Burlingiae. Saa Matco. Saa J05e.. ..." t3.20»
j5.30» Loop— Valencia Street, Ocesa View,
Cemeteries. Sooth Esa Fraaeixo, .
23d Street, 3d and Towssead 16.40*
5.407 Saa Bruno. San M*teo. Bedwood, Palo
Alto. Saata Clara, Saa Jose 7.40 a
15.40s Los Altos, Mont* Vista. Los Gatos... J9.4Ca
t6.00» MUlbrif. San Matco. Palo Alto, *L*y
field, Los Altos. Los Gatef. ..-*»... t&OO*
j&OSt 23d Street. Visjtaeioa. South Su
Francueo, Valencia Street \7. 1 Sp
f8.25s Loop— Valencia Street. Octan View,
Cemeteries. South ?sn Francisco, y
23d Street, 3-J and Towssend 17.49 a
6.30» South Ssa Francisco. San Jose 5.40»
8.C0» Los Antsias Pawenier— Gilnr/.Stlhas,
Psso Robles Hoi Springs. Saa Luia
Obirpo, Santa Barbara aad Lot Angeles 8.30*
it.4si£outh fc'aa Francisco, Pilo Alto,/ 7.20»
StaJose. \ 7,43b
1 LOCAL FERRY TRAIKJ-V?» OiJUand Ptar.
T» Otkland. Berkeley. Bsrryman, East Oakland and
\u25a0 Fruttvaii — Daily— From tt.oo s-iiu. and erery twenty
minutes until 7.C0 p.m. inclusive; then 7.40. 5.3).
9.00, 9.40. 10JM. ILOO, .IL4O pjo, li2o aad
UOsjb.
T» Sathsr and Msiross vfa Seventh St— Daily'— From
6.C0 a ja.. ar.d every twenty minutes until 7.00 pan.
iadesve. then 7.10. &20. t).0O. 9.4 a 1020. UO.
and 11.40 pjn.
To Stonshwrt— Dail? Except Sunday— 6.00. 7.C0. S.OO.
9.00 ajn.. 2.20, 3.00. 4.00. 3.00. a4O p.m. Sunday
only 9.C0 10.00 aim.. LCO pjxu 2XO, 3.C0. 100. SXO.
5.40 pjß. "*
Ta Oaklsad First St.. FruKvals. Alamsda. via Horiethus
— D»Et — From t&.00, a.20 ajr. and every twenty
miautes until 8.20 ajn. inclusive: then 9.C0. 9.^0.
IaOO. 10. CO. 11.C0. 11.20 ajn.. 12 0..1Z20 .1.00. UO.
2J». 2.3), 3.00, 3.20, J3.40 pjn. snd every twenty
minutes until 7 pjn. mrlTwive; 7.40. f.20. 9.00. 9.10.
1020. 11.C0 snd 11.40 pjo.. 12.20 snd I.CO sjo.
AdJitioasl train to Oakbcd First St. 2.1? ajs.
Ta Wnt Bsrktley— Daly Except Sunday— From 8.00
a.m. aad tmnr twenty minutes until 5. 20 a.m. inciu-
kWe: then 9.C0 s.n. and every hour ua t3 100 p.m.
inclusive: then 120 p.m. snd every twenty minutes
until 7XO p.m. inclusive: then 7.40 pjn.. 8.20. 9.Ca
9L40, UL2O, ILOO, ll.4op.as.iad 12.20 ajp.
To Wsit Bsrkslsy— Sundays orily^— Trom 8.00 sjjj.,
then 7.00. BJOO, 9.00 a.m. inclusive: then 9.20 sjb. snd
CTery twenty miautes until 3.40 p.m. incfanve: then
i 100 p.n». snd every tirentv minutes until 7.C0 p.m. in-
daxn; tiea '.Wpxi., i.2Q. 9.C0. 9,10. 1020, U.MX
IL*) pjn. and IZ3O ajn.
Tb Caraln— Daily Escept Sunday— Prom oLOO aja. and
every 20 minutes until S.L"O a.c. then 9.00. 10.C0
ajn.. 12.00 a.. I.CO. 2.00. 3.00. 4.00. 12C, 140. 3XO,
5.20. 5.405ad0.00 pjn. \~ -
Ta Cartln— Sundays only— From 6.00 sjn.. thfa 7i50,
8.00, 9.00 a.m. inclusive: then 9.20 ajn. aad ncr .
. twenty minutes until 3.40 pjn. inclusive; then i.ot
p.m. and evtry twenty minutes until 6XO pjq. . -
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