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THE INTELLECTUAL LIFE OF A GREAT UNIVERSITY
SENATORS AVIATE AND
SEALS EVEN UP SERIES
Graham's Colts Go Up in the Air While
)v; The Locals Run Like Reindeers
•.••/\u25a0 The Seals and the Senators plugged
<Pach other to a standstill yesterday
J:- jnorning on the Oakland grounds, and
\u25a0vihey might still be slugging; had not
. ;U*nj>ire Hildebrand called time when'
'\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 -tfre ' limit expired and the hour of no«n
:; pas-sad. It was a great eight inning
: ii-e and it seemed to whet the appetites
. :p'f ' the Seals for the afternoon fray.
: They- ran true to form for the second
..A-ime on the Valencia street lot and
; : fa-irly carried the Senators off their feet
; aiid buried them under an avalanche
:-'.of runs.
:•;\u25a0 it was fortunate for the boys that
' ihey" did get by with that afternoon
•.'jrame, for it was the only thing that
. -saved their lives. The series up to then
, V'yi'as mortgaged to the Senators, three
\u25a0 gjames to two. and it • looked rather
: :s=haky and unsteady for the honor of
• : -the home team. In desperation the
;: b.oys got together and rallied like a
IVihch of cornered soldiers fighting for
vTiieir lives.
;'-.• : They drove the steam engine south
,.:paw Hunt right back to the barnyard
•\u25a0\u25a0aiter four innings, and Brown, who
:• succeeded him, found the task of be
!:-wildering the Seals just as difficult as
' -'-tie big fellow. Once the lads began to
>ap their pitchers, all the Senators be
::>ame aviators. They soared high in
the air every time that the ball was
: walloped, and the Seals were active
• >nough to make every one of these bad
\u25a0- v aots and wild pegs count. Not a
.~f.?twas overlooked. This is why five
. ;;rts earned six runs.
' '.\u25a0 '' The Senators opened up like bears,
'getting a run over on Ames ere he was |
": well warmed. Both Shinn and Van '
sßUren stung the ball safely, Shinn get
•ting around to third on the Deacon's
.hit. Perry lifted a long fly* to the
right garden, and Shinn came on with
the initial tally of the game.
'.. The Seals could not do any good for
\u25a0themselves till the fourth. Then they
.went for three in a row. Cap Mohler
sva3ked and stole. Melchior sacrificed
nd Tennant registered the run with a
\u25a0 rive'V.o left- Tommy got to second
: . 'iaen Raymer juggled the throw and
,": . itt sent him around to third on an
; :«.i:t. Then Bodie walked and stole and
Claude Berry made a good job of it by
Jacing out fnto left, which sent both
\u25a0runners througli.
After this it was all peaches and
cream for San Francisco. The boys
cornered all the old confidence there
was in the lot, even corraling the stock
which the Senators brought in with
them. Ames souped up everything he
had in his assortment and the Senators
kept vainly swinging their heads off
and doing practically no good for them
selves.
The Seals woke -tip again in the sixth
i and hooked two nrore. After Tennant
got a slap in the ribs he celebrated
with a steal and landed when Vitt bit
off a two sacker into center. Vitt
•• 'started to make a steal of third and
••Fournier tried to cut him <Jn* with a
fast peg. But the throw was very much
-too- low and while the left fielder was
•chasing it Vitt found his way home.
" Boardman hit Ames for a three cush
ion wallop in the seventh and Raymer
'\u25a0• puX him through with an infield out,
but this r\i* did not bother the Seals
in the least, especially as they got it
-back in the next inning when the
: Senators climbed into the "balloon for
t few minutes.
: \u25a0 There was absolutely no comparison
between the work of the two teams.
Sacramento was /away to the bad in
the field and on the bases, while San
Francisco played a nearly perfect fleld
lne game and every man on the lineup
ran the paths like a flock of reindeers.
Tournier*s arm was so bad that
chased him in the eighth and
Mickey la Longe finished the game out :
behind the bat. The stealing stopged
when Mickey went to work. Score:
•\u25a0' AFTERNOON* GAMK
\u0084 SACRAMENTO
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
a «. * <j « » i o
&£&«. 3b * 1 2 0 0 0.
Stf c. 3 0 0 4 2 2|
P?own p. 1 0 0 110
La Lontre. « _0 _^| _ _ _
Tot*l ...-•-- 31 C 1 24* 12 3
SAY FRANCISCO'
AB. R. 811. PO. A. E.
Cll ._ „ \u25a0- ~ 4 0 0 0 3 0
xt«i,TA- "b "-. 3 10 3 4 1
*uSSg££& I | ill? Ml
.SS*.^.:::::::::J jj j j J
Total \u25a0• 6 3 27 19 ,'}
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
S.rr«m«to 1 \%%\% i.S'o=?
Sa ß«eMt«^-.::0 i 0 2 0 1 0 1 x- 5
SUMMARY /
Thr«. hiu 3 runs off Hunt In 4 lnnlnjrs. pree
\u25a0Tare* »«**'"» T hits— Boar-man,
™ b "fricS»r Sacrifice Mt*-Ra-mer vitt
H^V&JSTi Struck oat-By Hunt 5. by Amos
•F £T? (L nitrfied ball— Ten-ant. I>y Brown.
.3*js__KSs3--?« It "~ ~
Morning Game a Tie
The fans who sailed over to Oakland
™MSe » etc
awful day of it. The Senators took
the bit right in their teeth and started
*fter Mr. Stewart in the third spasm.
They bunched and mixed up their hits
">ff him and in Jig time three of them
lad completed the circuit.
There was no rest for Stewart. The
Senators got his number again in the
fourth and kept up the sapping proc
ess. After Perry had slammed the ball
oXit of the lot in this round Long gave
Etewart the office to vacate the box
and Miller tried his hand. He fared
little better, for the Senators continued
to hit the ball on the £ick,-and ere the
round was over three more of them
tad registered, making seven for Sac>
•amento.
Babe Hollis, the high school lad who
bad his first tryout with Sacramento,
tid very well for the first round, but
they got to him for three runs in the
second. He got away with it for the
next four rounds, but the big blowoff
came off in the seventh. They waded
right in after the youngster and binged
everything he tossed up. Hollis was
bewildered, but Graham made him
stick. The result was that the Seals
put four runs over on him, and when
Brown finally did take up the burden
they grabbed another, which made the
score 8 to 7 in San Francisco's favor.
But the Senators were still* full of
fight and they rallied for the last time
in the seventh, getting another and
making it a deadlock. The time limit
expired at the end of the tenth inning,
en Umpire Hildebrand called time and
the rival teams journeyed across the
bay to resume hostilities before the
hungry afternoon assemblage. The
score:
OIORXING GAME
SACRAMENTO
AB. R. BH. I'O. A. E.
Shinn. j^ 4 1 I . » 3 0
Van Biiren. c. f 4 2 1 1 1 0
Perry, \. t 5 2 2 4 0 0
Danzic, lb 5 0 1 4 0 0
Bri^jts. r. f .*» o 2 :; o o
Bnardman. 3b 5 1 2 :$ 0 0
Raymer. 2b 4 0 0 5 0 1
Ij» Ixmpe, c B 2 .1 7 2 0
Hollis. p .10 1110
I Brown, jt 1 0 0 0 1 0
Total 41 S 13 SO S 1
SAN FRANCISCO
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Shaw. 68 3 2 1 2 4 0
Mnhlor. 2b 4 1 0 2 3 0
Melchior, r. 1 4 0 2 1 0 0
Tnnnant, lb 5 1 2 12 0 1
Vitt. 3b .1 1 0 3 1 0
Bodie «\ t 5 1 1 4 2 n
Williams c 5 1 1 4 -2 0
Munriorff. 1. f 4 1 1 10 0
Stewart, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
Miller, p 3 0 1 1 1 1
Total 37 8 0 30 15 2
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Sacramento ..00340010 0 0— 8
Basohlts ...1 0-3 3 2 1 2 1 0 o—l3
San Fmnclspo 03 0 000500 0 — 8
BascUlts ...0 3 1 0 1 0 40 0 0 — 9
SUMMARY
Four runs and 6 hits off Stewart In 3 1-3 i»
otngfe; 7 runs and 0 bits off HollU in C 2-3 in
nlnes. Hom<» run — Perry. Tbree bane hit — Bodie.
Two base hit*— Shinn, Williams, Perry. DauzlK.
Le Ivonge, IJollis, Hrlcsrs. Shaw. Sacrifice hits —
Raymer, Shaw. Melchior. Stolen bases — Shaw, \
Tennant. Williams. Mundorff. First base on ;
called ball«— Stewart 2. Hollis 4. Struck out — -
By Stewart 1, by Hollis 2, . hy Miller 3, by
Brown 2. Hit by plu-hpd ball — Muudorff. by
BrOwU. Donble play — Bodie to Mnhler. Passed
hall— Williams. Wild pitches— Stewart. Miller.
Time, of game — 2 hours 20 minutes. Umpire —
Hldebrand.
Portland 6, Oakland 2
PORTLAND, April 24. — Oakland lost
the final game of the series to Portland
today by a 6 to 2 score. Portland won
by bunching hits on Dank in the sec
ond, while Oakland lost because of the
work of Portland's left fielder, Speas.
Four times Speas went into the crowd, \u25a0
which had encroached on the field, after ,
long flies, and four times he got what
he went after. In each Instance Speas'
work cost the visitors at least one
run. 'Ihe game was a batting contest
throughout, in \u25a0which none of the pitch
ers reflected any particular credit on
AB. R. BH. TO. A. E.
Cutfhaw. 2b 4 0 0 4 1 0
Wares, m 4 0 2 3 3 0
Wolrerton. 3b.... 4 0 0 1 3 0
Cameron, lb 4 J 2 7 1 0
Carroll, c. t ,4-. 1 2 1 \u00840 '0
Swandor, r. f 3 0 2 0-0 0
Maucart. L t 2 0 0 3 2 0
Mitze,- c 3 0 0 s 2 0
Dank, p .1 0 0 0 2 0
Christian, p 2 0 0 0 0 0
Total 31 2 8 21 14 0
AB. R. BH. TO. A. E.
Netxel. r. 1 3 0 12 0 0
Oliton. c«. \ 4 1 8 :i 1 U
Rapps. lb 3 1 1 10 0 0
Heltllng, 3b T"« 0 12 0 0.
Ryan. c. I. 4 12 0 0 0
V. Fisher, c 2 1 1 4 2 0
Ort. 2b 4 1 1 1 10
Speas. 1. 1 2 1 0.5 1 1 (
tiarrett, p 3 0 1 0 0 0
Total 1-.29 6.10 27 11 1
BUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Oakland 0 0 00 2 0 0 0 o—2
Basehlts ...'.. 1 1 0 0 S 1 1 0 1— 8
Portland 0 4 10 10 0 Ox — 0
.Basenlts 002020 10 x— lo
SUMMARY
Struck out— By Dank 1. by Garrett- 2. \u25a0 First
base on called balls— Off ' Dank 2. Two base
hits— Ryan. Ort, Cameron, Olson (2). Double
playo — Mapzart to Mitze to Wolterton to
Wares; Speas to Ort. Sacrlflce hits — Fisher,
Maffgert. Hit by pitched ball — Netxel, FftUer,
by Christian. . Left on baaes — Oakland 3. Port
land 4. Innings pitched— By Dank 4. Hits— Off
Dank 0, runii 6. 1 Tlm<« «»f game — 1 hour and
33 minutes. Umptre-^-McGreevy.
Break Even on Day
LOS ANGELES, April 24. — Vernon and
Los Angeles each took a game of today's
double h,eader. The. Angels won the
morning : game, 4 to' Z, principally be
cause Vernon could do -nothing with
Thorsen, and Vernon won the afternoon
THE SAN FRANCISCO GALL; MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1910.
STAXDIXG OF THE CLUBS
(Coast League) !
Club— W. li. Pet.
Portland 15 8 OS-
San Francisco 14 10 583
Vernon 14 11 500
Los Angeles ...14 12 538
Oakland 8 15 348
Sacramento 7 16 304
RESULTS OF GAMES
San Francisco S, Sacramento S
(10 inning-).
San Frnnclsro G, Sacramento 2.
I. os Angeles 4, Vernon 3.
Vernon 7. Los Angeles 6.
Portland 6, Oakland ".
-Vo games scheduled for today.
\u2666 . \u0084 ' __: : *\u25a0
game, 7 to 6, for just the reverse rea
son, they hitting Nagle hard. Roy
Brashear was the heavy man with the
stick, getting two home runs, one in
each game. Scores:
MOIIXIXG GAME
VEUNON /.
AB/ R. BH. PO. A. E.
Carlisle, c. f. 3 0 0 2 1 0
N. Brasbear, Sb "4 0 0 1 4 0
Martinke. 1. f 2 10 o O 0
K. Brashear. 2b .3 1 1 3 S 1
Coy, r. f 4 11 O 0 0
Lindsay, ss 3 0 U 3 3 0
Fisher, lb.. 2 o 0 12 2 0
illopan, c 3 0 o 4 4 0
Stovall, p 4 0 0 2 4 1
•Hltt 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 28 3 2 27 20 2
•Batted for Hoßan in ninth.
LOS ANGELES
AB. R. 811. PO. A: E.
Daley, c. f 5 1 1 4 0 0
Ross, r. t 3 0 1 1 0 0
Howard, 21) 4 1 2 1 3 0
Dillon, lb 4 1 3 12 1 0
Murpliy. 1. f 3 0 1 2 0 0
Roth. 3b 3 10 11 0,
Deluias, ss 3 0 0 2 5 0
Orendorff. c 2 0 0 4 2 0
Thorsen, p 3 o 1 0 1 0
Total 30 4 9 27 13 0
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Vernon 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 o—3
Basehits 0 1 0 0 0 t» 0 1 o—2
Los Angeles 3 0 0 0 0 0 O 1 o—40 — 4
Baschiu 4 0 10 2 1 0 0 I—9
SUMMARY
Home run — R. Brashear. Two base lilts —
Dillon. Coy. Ross. Sacrifice hits — Ross. Dehnas.
Thorsen. First bas« on called balls — Off Stovall
0, off Thorsen b. Struck out — By Storall 4. by
Thorsen 3. Double plays— -btorall to Hognn to
R. Brashear. Carlisle to n. BraMioar to Lind
say. Balk— Storall. Hit by pitched ball— R.
Brasbear. Time of game — 1 hour, and 50 min
utes. Umpires— Finney and Vau Haltrt-n.
AFTERXOOX GAME
VERNON
AB. R. BU. TO. A. E.
Carllslf. c. \u25a0 f S l l ,1 0 o
N. Brashear, :5b 3 _ o v 1 1 1
Martlnkp, 1. f .2 2 1 :i » 0
It. Bra6heer. 2b 2 1 1 3 4 0
Coy, r. f 4 112 10
Lindsay, ss 4 1 1 I 1 2
Fishor. Ibw 4 0 1 10 1 0
Brown, c i... 4 0 2 5 1 0
Willctts, p 4 1 2 1 3 0
Total 30 7 10 27 12 3
LOS ANGELES
AB. R. BH. PO. A* E.
Daley, c. f 4 1 0 2 0 0
Ross, r. f 3 3 2 0 0 0
Howard 2b..: 4 1 1 1 o 0
Dillon, lb. 4 0 (t 7 l-o
Murphy. 1. f 4 1 3 4 I 0
Roth, .*>b 3 0 0 4 3 0
Delmas. so 3 0 0 0 2 0
OiNjndorff, C ."! 0 0 4 0 1
Nagle, p 2 0 1 2 0 0
Delhi, p 0 0 0 0 HO
\u25a0 "Otll I 0 ,0 0 O 0
••Wheeler »,.. I 0 0 0 .0. 0
f Total ...32 6 7 24 l 6 1
•Batted for Orendorff in ninth Inning.
••Batted for Delhi in ninth.
HITS AND RUNS BY INNINGS
Vernon 0 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 x — 7
Baschits 0 0 4 2 3 0 0 I x— 1(»"
Lo« Angeles 1 0-3 0 0 0 0 0 2— fl
Basehlts 1 1(2 01000 2— 7
SUMMARY
Hits off Naj;le.-8 in *4 1-3 Inning. Home
run — R. Two base hits— Murphy.
Willotts, Lindsay; Fishpr. Ross. Sacrifice lilts —
N. Brashear, Carlisle, Howard. Stolen bnsos —
li. Brasbear. Ross (2). First base on called
balls— Off Willetts 5, off Nagle 3, off Delhi 1.
Ktrnck ont— By Willetts 4, by Nagle 1, by
Delhi 1. Double plays— N. Brashear to Fisher.
Murphy to Orendorff, Coy to It. Brashear to
Fisher, Roth to Dillon. Hit by pitched ball-
Roth. Time of game — 1 hour and 60 minutes.
Umpires — Van Haltren and Flnney.
| Northwestern League |
SEATTLE, April 24.— A crowd con-,
siderably- larger than that- which was
present at the opening game saw the
Tacoma team win from Seattle by a
score of 7 to 5. Home runs by Hartman,
Hall and Byrnes, with men on bases in
"two instances, settled the battle. Seattle
did not get started until the seventh,
but Hall managed to last out. The
Bcorc: . .
R. H. E.
Seattle .'..... 3 12 _
Tacomii -, 7 0 4
Batteries — Scaton and Coster; Hall and Byrnes.
SPOKANE, April 24.— Weak fielding
cost the Indians today's game, an error
in coaching judgment robbing them of
a^chanca to tie the ; score. Brlnker
pitched Bplendid, ball, striking; out 11
men. Hlckey also pitched good ball, but
his own errors were costly. The score:
\u2666 R. H. E.
Vancouvlr 3 8 i
Spokane 2 7 5
Batteries — Brioker and Lewis; lllckcy and
Brooks.
Germany Enters Cars in
Vanderbilt Race
NEW YORK, April 24.— William K.
Vanderbilt Jr. announced today the re
ceipt of a cablegram from :the Kaiser
licher automobile club of Berlin.'enter
ingr three Benz cars f6r the grand prize
race for the gold challenge cup, to be.
held on the , new motor parkway ; and
adjacent-rq^ds In Long Island, October
15. It Is considered^ likely that the
example Bet J>y Germany; will/ be fol
lowed by France, \ Italy ' and ' possibly
Great.Britaln and Belgium- -Z\ v. •
VAMPIRES CARRY
OFF SOCCER CUP
Score Hollow Victory Over the
- Burns in Poor Exhibition
on Presidio Field
In a poor exhibition of soccer, the
Vampires yesterday afternoon defeat
ed the Burns by a score of 1 to 0 at
the Presidio grounds and won the per
petual challenge cup of the California
soccer football association. The im
portance of the occasion proved too
much for the players and team work
'was at a discount throughout the game.
Although defeated, the Burns proved in
no wise inferior to their opponents,
and if the game was ' replayed the
Scotch laddies would probably prove
the winners. The Vampires had all the
football s luck and this, combined with
the excellent ivork of McFarlane in
goal, brought home the bacon for the
men from Alameda.
The Burns won the toss and elected
to play with the wind behind them in
the, first half. McFarlane was tested
early, Doig and Welsh sending in well
directed shots which caused the Ala
meda goal keeper considerable worry.
The Vamps nfver had a lookin during
the initial period, the Burns being in
close attendance to McFarlane during
the entire half. Shots from all angles
were rained upon the custodian, but ho
managed to get the ball away, although
he was forced to concede many corners.
The Burns secured 13* corner kicks in
the initial period, but were unable to
score. >. v
Referee James Duncan got his
lamps crossed and called the first half
seven and a half minutes too soon. The
linesmen called his attention to the
mistake and the time was made up
after the, intermission. The Vamps
started strong when they had the wind
at their backs and for a time the Burns
defense had a merry time. There was
nothing doing, however, until 20 min
utes from the. finish, when SJwaine
reached the net with a fast shot.
Swaine had been playing a classy game
and his success was well deserved. The
Burns went into the game with re
newed energy after this reverse, but
were unable to equalize. Munroe was
of little assistance to his side in the
last period, tho clever forward having
been injured shortly after the resump
tion of hostilities. Doig, Melville and
Welsh were best for the losers, while
McFarlane, Middleton, Hunter and
Swaine performed deeds of valor for
the winners. L/eCoutier, who took
Jackson's place in the Vampire team,
played a good-game but was lacking in
backing up his forwards. Jackson waa
injured in the practice.
The soldiers from the Presidio de
feated the United Caledonians, 4 to 1,
in a game played under the auspices
of the Bay Counties soccer league at
Freeman's park,: Oakland. -^
JUXIOIt TOSSERS BUSY
[Special Dhpalch lo The Call]
BURLINGAME, April 24.— The base
ball team of St. Matthew's school took
an easy victory from tliv Hillside Junior
club of Berkeley on the diamond of
the local military academy yesterday
afternoon by a score of 10 to 1.
St. Matthew's second team won over
a nine, from the town of Burlingame
by the score of 3 to 2. .
The third team of St. Matthew's, from
Tyler hall, was defeated by the Physi
cal Culture nine of Burlingame-by a
13 to 2 score.
-National League
Standing of the Club.s
\u25a0 Standing • of- \u25a0 the \u25a0' National lcajrue, includins
games of April 24:
Club— W. 1,. IYt. Club— \v. T,. Pet.
Thlladelpbla. « 1 857 Cincinnati .. 3 ;i iKH)
Plttttburg ... 5 1 833 Boston ' 2" 5 -284
Chicagro • . . . . 4 2 007 Brooklyn .... 2 r> »l
New York .. 4 It 571 St. Louis .... l 7 123
• Standing of tbe American league clubs, -. iu
cludftTK games of April 24:
Clubs— W. L. Pet. Clubs— w. 1,. I'ct.
Detroit 5 2 714 Cleveland ... -1 4 ."JOO
New York .. 3 2 COO St., Umis ... 2 2 500
rhiladelphia. 4 3 571 WashinKton . .". 5 37.".
Boston ..... 4 4 500 Cbicago ...... 1 4 200
' \u25a0' s . . . .
/CINCINNATI, April 24.— The Cincin
nati team had little .trouble in winning
today's game from St. Louis, 10 to 6.
The visitors used four pitchers and all
fared equally. Anderson, for Cincinijati,
was wild, giving j four bases on balls
and allowing a;sacriflce>to the first five
men. Suggs was hit hard also.
' ' R. \u25a0H. E.
St. Louis ............'. (» 12 0
Cincinnati . ........... 10 i; l
Batteries—^Rieger, Higgina, Geyer,
Lush and Bresnahan; Anderson, Suggs
and 'r McLean. Umpires, O'Day and'
Brennan. . !
CHICAGO. April_24.—Pittsburg-Chi
cago game was postponed; -rain.,,.'
American League,
At St. Louis— Chica&o-St/ Louis game
postponed: cold weather. -• '.
At Detroit — Detroit-C leveland fjamo
postponed; wet grounds.
|f- 1 American Association j
\u25a0At Milwaukee— : Kansas City-Milwau
kee game postponed; snow. \u25a0
At Louisville — Louisville 2,"lndianap
olis. 0. \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '-\u25a0? -:>-: -•'-•--' \u25a0\u25a0 ; "- •:'\u25a0- '-\u25a0 : - ' . ' :
•At Columbus — Columbus 5/< Toledo 4.
'^At; Minneapolis— Minneapolis = 16, St;
Paul 4. v \u25a0 ' v
League
At Denver — Lincoln. 3, % , Denver 4.
A t ! Topeka— Topeka \u25a0 3,^ Siou x City -5. \u25a0'\u25a0•
At -Wichita"~Wlchita 1 8: , Omaha , 3. v \u25a0
At St. J o«— St. ; ' Joe ;4; - Dcs ; Moines 3.
MONTEREY BLANKS
SANTA CRUZ NINE
BHIy Papke Acts as Umpire,
White Jeff's Nephew Plays
on Lfising Team
[Special Dispatch la. The Call]
SANTA CRUZ, April \u25a0 24.— -Monterey,
came over .with a bunch of fans and
defeated the locals 3 to 0. in the Three
C league game today. Billy Papke um
pired the bases, and a number of spec
tators were present from Jeffries'
training camp, including Tad Boyer,
Jeff's nephew, who -played center Held
for the local team. . •
Score: ' . R. H. E.
Monterey 2. 3 4 3
Santa Cruz 0 - 3 5
f Batteries — Thiele and Grinzel; Hardi
son and Arellanes.-
Trafiickers Beat Salinas
SALINAS. April 24. — The Traffic
team defeated Salinas today before a
large crowd. Benham was a mystery
to the former St. Mary's players, strik
int out eight and allowing only four
hits. /
Score: R. H. E.
Salinas ..i. 2 4 3
Traffics 4 9 1
Batteries — Wilcox .and Simpson;
Benham and Perkins.
Modesto Reds Win, 13 to 0
MQDESTO, April 24. — The Modesto
Reds defeated the Stockton athletic
club here today by a score of 13 to 0
in a game that was so lopsiSed as to
be almost a farce. At no stage of the
game did the visitors have a chance.
Next Sunday the San Jose Brasgys
play here, and a closer contest is ex
pected. > -
Score: R. H. E.
Modosto 13 15 1
Stockton .*> 0 1 7
Batteries — Mobley and Palm; Knight
and Tesch.
Santa Rosa Wins
SANTA ROSA, April 24.— There were
only seven innings played in this city
today in the Class D league because of
the late arrival of the St. Helena team.
In that period Santa Rosa annexed 6
runs and -St. Helena 1. The, visitors
started off well by getting a three bag
ger, followed by two hits, bringing the
only run. Santa Rosa secured the first
two runs in the second, one in the fifth
and three in the seventh. Lenham was
hit freely, but the support was as poor
as his pitching.
Score: \, R. H. E.
Santa Rosa 0 9 5
St. Helena .yt 17 1
Batteries — Peterson and Westphal;
Lenham and Jones.
Giants' Undo Williams
WILLOWS, April 2A. — At noon today
an. excursion train filled with baseball
fans, n brass band and nine husky
baseball, players pulled into this city
from Williams/ The event was a spir
ited baseball game between the team
of that city and the Willows Giants.
At the end of nine innings- Willows was
on the' long end of a 4 to 1 score. •
Newman Beats Goodyears
NEWMAN. "April 24.— Newman got
into its stride again today and batted
like old times. —The Goodyears tried
three battery combinations, but could
not check Newman's hitting.
Score: R. H. E.
Newman ...... r ....'l3 If? 2
Goodyear ....'......,.. 1 5 ,'s
Batteries — Pierce and Hilton; Drain,
Olsen, Miller and Jensen.
Marin Teams Winners
SAN RAFAEL. April 24.— Three Mar
in county teams won victories on home
diamonds today. At San Rafael the
Regulars defeated the Sperry's of San
Francisco by- the score of <6 to 1, the
pitching of Welch for, .the locals being
the feature of the game. '
At Larkspur the home team defeated
Studebaker^Brothers 5 to 3, the fielding
of Sheldon in left field for»the visitors
attracting marked attention/-— k
i San Anselmq's Geo. B. Hund team
won over Lobreo Brothers 6 to 5, the
pitching of Eddie McGrath for the lo
cals being a feature.
San Rafael Beats Healdsburg
San Rafaelxwon pulled up at Elm
hurst yesterday in their game against
' tho hard hitting Healdsburg. team.
Kline a.llov/cd but two scratch hits and
slammed the ball around himself when
at bat. . Arlett* pitched nice ball for
Healdsburg. but received poor support
from his team mates:
Score: R. H. E.
San Rafael 4 6,1
Healdsburg \u0084 ' .0-2 2
Transbay League Games
OAKLAND,' April ' 24. — Transbay
league games were played today as
follows: if) • ... •
Frultvale. defeated Elmhurst at Fruit
vale.vscore S t 0.7;. 7; batteries:;Frultvale,
Russell and Ryan; Elmhurst, Wilhelm
and. Murphy. --;'" .
\u25a0 Score: . . R. H. OE.
Fruitvale ................... S 64
•Elmhurst .. . . . . . . . V. . . . . . .*. . 7 .4 "5
•San Leandro defeated Alameda at San
Leandro,' score 8/ to 2; batteries. San
Leandro: Westphal and Peterson; Al
ameda, Crcsswaflo and Perry.
-. Score: v* : R/ H. E.
San: Leandro 8 6 2
Alameda ... ... .......... .'. . 1 _ - 3 6
Chance Holds Up Kling's
"Reinstatement
\u25a0 ? CHICAGO, April 24.— John G. Kling,
formerly a member- of ..the Chicago
Nationals,, arrived here : today from
Kansas-City,- ancl^heHd~: a
'with^.President'- Murphy at 1 the/ West
Side ball .park. : "Manager Chance "of
the Chicago? team, however, | said Kling
had" not*; ofiicially •reported to the. club
and;fould not do -so .until, he had .paid
,the>s7oo fine; against him.^ It>is said
this~ matter r will. be set tied -tomorrow.
OAKS ANNEX DOUBLE
HEADER FROM SAN JOSE
Prune Pickers Outplayed and Outhit by
Moskiman and His Swatters
It was a bad day for the Prune-
Pickers, as they returned home last
night with two defeats in a day. The
Oaks annexed both games by outhlt
ting and outplaying the visitors.
The morning exhibition at Recrea
tion park was a particularly fine con
test and Doc Moskiman. who was on
the firing line for the transbay team,
annexed nis own game by swatting the
ball over* the fence in the sixth inning
while Eddie Burns was on base. This
netted two runs for Moreing's men,
which proved sufficient to give them
the victory.
. The Prune Pickers managed to get
a run in the third. Rutledge reached
first on Moskiman's error and went
around to third on Baldwin's two base
hit.
Both Baldwin and Moskiman pitched
masterly ball, the latter having the
better of-the argument. Streib played
a particularly good game at second.
Score:
AFTERXOON GAME
SAN JOSE
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Mensor. ss \u25a0. . . 4 1 2 0 2 1
C. Keller, 2b 4 »> I 4 « 1
Peters, c. t 4 111 0 0
Townsend. lb \u0084 4 0 2 13 O 0
Russell, r. f....^. *. 4 0 10 0 0
Baldwin, I. f 4 0 o 0 0 0
Serusps. 3b 3 0 0 0 2 0
Dashwood, c...... 3 0 0 H 2 0
Emerson, p 3 0 0 0 2 1
Total 33 2 7 24 14 3
OAKLAND
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Smith. Gb.... 3 0 2 12 1
J. Keller, lb 4 2 1 11 0 1
Garibaldi, c. f 4 t> 1 1 0 0
Burns, ks 4 1 2 0 2 0
Streib. 2b 4 0 1 5 4 0
Henderson. 1. t 4 0 0 3 O 1
Hackett. c 3 1 0 5 3 0
De I'anll, r. t 3 1 1 1 1 O
Bloomfield, P 2 10 0 5 0
Total 31 6 S 27 IT 3
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
San Jose. 2 0 0 0 00 0 0 o—20 — 2
Basehlts 2 0 10 0 111 I—7
Oakland 01003020 x— «
Baseblts 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 x— B
SUMMARY « >
Three base hits — Burns, Smith, Russell. Two
base hits — Streib, Town«eml. . J. Keller. Sacri
fice hit— Smith. Stolen ba.-«e— Burns. First base
on called balls — Off Emerson 1. Struck out — By
Emerson 5, by Bloomfleld 4. Hit by pltebeH
ball — Scruggs, Hackett. Double plays — C. Kel
ler to Townsend; I>e I'aull to J. Keller. I'assed
ball — Dashwood. Wild pltch-s£merson. Time
of,*anie — 1 hour and 35 minutes. Umpire — Cu
sack. . <
One Sided Contest
The afternoon's contest atUhe Oak
land ball park was one sided, Oakland
winning with ease. Misplays were re
sponsible for a number of the runs
scored by Oakland. After the opening
inning, Bloomfield twirled good ball
and kept his hits well scattered. Long
hits were numerous. Burns, Smith and
Russell scored a triple each.
San Jose was unable to score after
the opening inning when they got two
runs on a c\>uple of hits. Emerson and
Bloomfleld were rather liberal with
passes, the former allowing five men
to reach first on balls.
Score: •
MORNING OAMK
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Mensor. sg 3 0 0 2 2 0
C. Keller, 2b 4 0 1 2 1 0
Peters, c. t 4 0 2 1 o 1
Townsend, 1b... 3 0 0 S 0 0
Russell, r. i .....3 0 0 10 0
Scheelf. 1. f..... .... 3 0 0 ,3 © 0
Serums. 3b 3 0 0 1 3 l
RntleUfje, tf». 3 10 5 2 0
Baldwin, p. 3 0 2 1 00
Total ...............1.30 1 5 24 *8 ~2
OAKLAND .
/ AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Smyth*, ob.. 4 0 0 1 3 1
J. Keller, 1b...... 3 0 1 11 1 0
Garibaldi, c. f 3 0 12 0 0
Burns, ss .....4 1 .2 3 1 0
Streib. 2b 4 0 0 8 6 f>
Moskiman. p..... 3 110 2 1
Hackett, c... 10 0 8 4 0
Henderson, 1. f. 2 0 1 1 0 0
Do Paull, r. f 3 0 10 0 0
Total 27 2 Ji 27 13 2
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
San Jose. 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 o—l
Basehlts 0 0 2 10 1 O 1 o—s
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 x— 2
Basehlts 00111211 x— 7
SUMMARY
Home run — Moskiman. Two base hit — Bald
win. . Sacrifice hits — J. Keller, Townsend. Stolen
base — De- Paull. First base on -called balls —
Off Baldwin 3. Struck out— By Baldwin 4, by
Mosktman 5. • Hit by pitched ball — Mensor,
Hackett (2). Double play — Mensor to TownsetJd.
Time of game — 1 hour and 30 minute*. Umpire —
Cusuck.
Sacramento.4, San Francisco 1
SACRAMENTO. April; 24.— Doyle's
lads fell to Bexger this afternoon and,
hitting opportunely,' captured d 4 to 1
victory from the San Francisco boys.
Hales, for. the Baby j Senators. • knocked
out' a double: and a single and. scored
two runs. Heister also batted well,
scoring two tallies on as many blngles.
Score: . . _'\u25a0 :\u25a0...'\u25a0.>-;,'.: ••'-"•",
BAN FRANCISCO .
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Lewis, c. f.. /. 2 1. 1 2 1 0
.McKcne, ss 4 0.0 1. S- 3
Sheehan. 8b......... .3 .01420
Conway, -'I." t .......... 3 iO "1 •; 5 ' 0 0
Carman.r.'f Ti 0 0. 10 1
NeUoa. lb.. .-• 3 ,00 10 0 1
AtthOwe. . 2b. 4 0 0 0 1 l
Burke, c. :..:....-...... 2 0 0 4 I' 0
Waring; c... ...::.....:.: 2 0-0 2 *l- 0
BcTger,- p^.. ."..-.". ..".V... 3 -0 1 0 5 0
Total SK> 1 3 21 23' 6
SACRAMENTO \u25a0\u25a0• \ \ c ;v
AB.'R. I *BH. PO..A. E.
Haley, 2b '. ... 5 2 2 2 2 1
Doyle, c. t...... ...... ...".3 O 0' 3r 1 0
Heistcr. p.. :..'.:......'.. 3 2 2 1 7 0
Egan.-55.. :. :..:.". .V.....-J4' :0,-:Jl 0 2 0
Thornton,- 1b.......... ... 4.- 0 0 10 0-0
Murray, 1.f ............; 5 0 0 ."? 0 0
Ingram, 5b. .'.'.... 4 0' 1 2 :2!"0
STAXDIXG OF THE CLUBS
(State l.cauuo
Club— AY. !„ Pet.
Oakland S 5 615
Stockton !> A . «0O
San Jose S 7 533
San Francisco <l « 500
Sacramento 7 7 500
Fresno .1.. 4 n 2^7
RESULTS OF GAMES
Onkland 2, San Jose 1.
Oakland 6, San Jon* -.
Fresno «*, xorkton 1.
Stockton r», Fresno 4.
Sacramento «, .San Francisco 1.
Vo etmei schedal«d for today.
\u25a0»
Conrad, c 3 0 0 4 0 •>
Trippett, p 3 o 1 2 w »
Total 32 4 7 2T W ~I
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
San Francisco 0010 '0 000 o— t
Basehlts 1 o 1 0 1 O O O o—3
Sacramento 20 2 O 0 O O © x—lx — I
Basehits 1 30111001 x— 7
SUMMARY
Two base hit— Haley. Sacrifice hits— Nelson.
Haley. Doyle. First base on called bal!.v— UK
Berger 4. off Trippett 4. Struck out— By Berser
4. by Trippett 2. Hit by pitched ball— Carman.
Double play— Berser to Burke to Nelson. WiM
pitch — Bereer. Time of game — 2 hours and 10
minutes. Umpire — Irwia.
Stockton Wins and Loses
STOCKTON. April 24.— 1n the closing
games of the series Stockton split even
with Fresno by winning the mornlns
contest and losing the afternoon strug
gle- through a flocl{ of errors at critical
times. Fresno was strong on dumping
the ball when squeeze plays were need
ed and cinched the last game. The
morning affair was a case of shake dice
for two or three innigs, but the local
steadied down and won out after.the
crowd was very nervous. The scores:
AFTEHXOOX GAME
STOCKTON
, AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Spencer. I. f 4 v 1 4 O 1
WllSlns. c 4 O 1 2 1 0
Miller, c. f 4 o 1 5 11 i>
Ptyl. lb 4 0 l> 15 1 0
McLean, t. f 3 O 0 0 0 1
Halllnan. 2b 4 10 3 3 0
Turk. 3b 4 i> 1 0 4 2
FrancKs. ss 4 1 2 2 ;• 0
Kratzberj, p v o 0 V 0 1
Total 3_ 1 4 27 13 6
FRESNO
_^ AB. R. BH. PO. A. U-
Traey, lb 5 0 »» 11 O 0
Kelly. 2b 4 10 4 4 0
Dickinson, r. t 4 2 2 2 O «
Householder, c. t 4 •\u25ba 0 S 1 O
Kubn, c 3 0 I 3 I 0
Funck. Cb 4 O O 0 - o
Waters, ss .4 2 2 1 3 2
Schimpff, 1. t 4 1 1-2 i> it
Jones, p 3 0 0 14 0
Total D 5 6 6 27 13 2
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Stnektnn 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—l
Basealts 0 1 O 1 10 0 1 o—4
Fresno O> rt 3 o »* 0 1 1 1— 1;
Basehlts 0 O 3 0 0 0 1 1 I—6
SUMMARY
Three base bits — Tnrk, Waters. Two bnse
hits— Spencer, - Waters. Saorttlce hits — KuUn.
Jones. First t>a»# otr' called balls — OS Joae*. 2.
struck out — By Jone*. 3. Left 00 bases — Stock
ton, 6; Fresno, 4.' First base 00 errors — Stock
ton. 2; Fresno. 3. Wild pitch — Krntabcrsr. Tim«
of game — 1 hoar and 44 miontes. Umpire-
Toman. Scorer— Harlln.
MORMXG GA3IB
STOCKTON
*.. AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
.Spencer, 1. f. 5 12 3 0 0
Sillier, c. t 3 0 o 4 o O
Pfyl. lb 4 0 17 11
McLean, r. 1 3 1 0 1 0 (I
Hallln-n. Sb 3 lit 0-1
Turk. 3b %, 4 1 1 5 % \
Fraack, ss 4 12 2.0
Hoag. p .....8 0 2 O 9 0
Moore, c.... 2 0 0 4 0 o
••WUltln* 10 0 0 0 0
Total I. 34 5 » 27 14 3
IT X*\u25a0 fc»o * '
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Tracy, lb ..3- 0 1 10 4 t>
Kelly. 2b 3 0 115 0
Dickinson, r. (...- 5 o 1 1 o ti
Householder, c. / 4 0 0 1 0 1
Kubn. c. -'. 1 10 8 0 1
Fimck. 3b..... 4 10 110
Waters, ss.. 3 O 1 4 4 .
Scblntpff. 1. f 3 2 2 1 O 0
Smith, p 40013U
Total.., 34 4 8 •_« 13 \
•T-ro out when winning run was scored.
"Wtlklns batted for Moore in ninth inninr.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Stockton ..."..:.. 00022000 I—s
. Baseblts ....... 1 0 1 3 2 0 0 O 2—o
Fresno O O O 0 3- 0 1 0 o—40 — 4
Basehlts 0 O O 1 2 o_l 1 I—B
SUMMARY ,
Sacrifice nt!»— Hoas, Slnore, ' Waters, stolen
h.isp* — McLean. Hoatr. Kelly. Kuha (2). First
ba« oa called balls— Off Hoa* 4. Struck out—
By Hoait 3. br Smith 5. Left on bases—Stock
ton 7 Fresno 7. First base on errors — Stock t«a
3, Fresno 2. Hit by pitched ball— Halllnan. Mc-
Ijean. Drtubl* play— Waters to Tracy to Fuock.
Time of same — 1 nour and 47 mlnutn. Vmplro
— Toman. -
Si Ignatius Racquet
WieldersWin
PALO ALTO. April 2*.— St. Ignatius
college of 6an Franctsco won the lnter
scholastlc tennis tournament here to
day. -Jn the singles E. Fotterell of St
Ignatius defeated Johnson of the San
Francisco Polytechnic school. 2— 6, 4 £<«£4.
7— 5. ' In the doubles the Fotterell
brothers defeated - Johnson and Grlfflta
of the Polytechnic^' 6—l. 8—«.8 — «.
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