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SWANDER PULLS OFF
REAL CIRCUS STUNT
Eddie's Catch in Ninth Saves Game and
Bacon for Commuters
Eddie ' Swander tightened his hold
en the good graces of the Oakland fans
at Freeman's park yesterday by pull
ing off a circus catch in the ninth in
ning: and turning what looked like a
hit into an out and saving the game
for his team. The score stood 3 to 1
In favor of the Oakg when Graham's
nien came to bat in the ninth. Nelson
srot Shinn's angora and retired him by
the strikeout ir.ethnd. But nothing like
that happened to Perry, who straight
ened out one of Nelson's tenders for
a clean two Backer. Burns . was an!
fasy out. but Danzig beat out an in
fltld hit while Perry was busy going to
third. It looked like the big blowup
for the Oaks when Wares booted an
easy one from Briggs' bat and Briggs
reached first safely while Perry scored.
•"Slim" Nelson added to tile agony of i
the fans by slipping over. a wild pitch j
hm«l allowing: Danzig- to reach third and
Brigg.s second. Boardman then came
to bat and he lifted out one that had
every earmark and brand of a Texas
leaguer. The ball headed for a soft
looking spot just back and a little to
the right of eecond and was going too
speedily for either Cutshaw or Wares
to g-et under. Swander came in from
his field on the dead run, but it seemed
certain that the ball would get to the
srround before Eddie could handle it.
Danzig and Briggs were coming home
as fast as their legs could carry them
and it looked like a sure two runs for
the S-inator*. But Swander was travel
ing faster than it was calculated and,
leaning as far forward as possible, he
raked in the ball about a foot from
the ground. This made the third out,
and Die noi« that the Oaks fans cut
loose- was a misery to the ears. The
catch will be one long remembered, and
last night the name of Swander was on
the tongues of all the Oakland fans.
HOW SENATORS FARED
The Senators got their other run in
the first inning, when Shinn drew a
pass, took second on Parry's sacrifice
third on Burn*' out and scored on Dan-.
Tiizm lnn>Jd life. Nothing but goose
egzs came to the visitors between the
first enj ninth innings.
By duplicating their feat of Wednes
day s game and piling up three runs in'
•one inning is just how the Oaks got
away with yesterday's game. It all
happened in the second inning, when
(.ameron reached first and kept right
on to second when Hunt fielded- the
drive from the Scot's bat and threw the
bell over Danzig's head. Then Willie
Hogan laced out a two bagger to right
field and Cameron came across the rub
ber. Hogan reached thirdand Cutshaw
first, when Hunt made a boot of "Cut
ty'ky drlvo. Wares was an easy out,
hy% -"Nifty " Mltze slashed out a single
*nd -brought Hogan in and sent Cut
* haw to second. Nelson bunted into, an
out, but Cutshaw grabbed third and
Mttze second, during the operation of
retiring •'Slim." Swander. laid down a
pretty infield hit and Cutshaw scored
the thfrd run. -Wolverton was an easy
out.
Both Hunt and .Nelson, u-ho~. could
team nicely together a* human flag
poler, pitched splendid ball with the
exception of the little, rough, spots
when the runs were scored. .The game
was In a good many way's a close du
plicate of the Wednesday's battle,
which was pronounced one of the best
games of ball the fans have seen this
season. \u0084
Charlie Graham has promised his
friends that he will capture the bal
ance of the four remaining games, but
the Oakland crowed insist that Charlie
is just as much a kidder as ever..
The same teams will mix ,it at
Recreation park today.
The score:
v SACRAMENTO
AB. E. Bit. TO. A. Er
*hlnn, r. f 3 .1 -O 0 O fl
p«tt. I. f ..:;.. 3 I 2 200
Hum*. ** .-;.::..-. •«: o 0 *2 1 o
PatJElp. i lb. '.: .....: 40. 2 S .0.:: I
Brirjrt*. r. f f - 0 O 0 0 0
R*>W<sra»D. 3b 4 0 1 3-2 0
H*.va><>r. 21> 3 ,0 0 3 10
\-» l^nsc <• .".;.\u25a0 3 : fl 0 5 4 0
!=«-«n<ler. r. f...'.. 4*' 0* 1 " 2 ? 0* 6
Wnlrmon. Sb 10 0 2 2 0
M*Rit«rt. I. l .4 0 0 10.0
CsiKPron. lb ...3 1 1 U 0 0
Hogaa, c. f .4 112 0 0
Cut»*«w. 2b ..2 10 I'-.S *0
W"«re«,.6* 3, 0-12 - &\u25a0' 1
ADVICE--IT'S CHEAP, BUT IT CAN'T COOK AN OMELET
Three Leading Teams
Hold Their Places
STASDIXG OP THE CLUBS
(Const League)
Clubs. W. \u0084 L. Pet.
San Francisco. .. .55 43 531
Portland 40* 39 557
Oakland 53 46- 535
Vernon 40 47 " 510
I. os .\iißcles 51 49 510
Sacramento 30 03 323
RESULTS OF (.'AMES
Oakland 3, ; Sacramento 2..
Sjin Fnncl«co 7, Los Angeles 6.
(Thirteen inninsa.)
Portland 3, Vernon 0.
The three team* oecupjing firat,
\u25a0eeonVl and Ihlrd places in the
pennant race, all won their gamea
of yesterday and drew a little
further away from the Villagers
and Ansrels, who are tied . for
fourth position; and also the tall
end Senator*. Even nt that the
race for the streamer Is about
a* Let nn the most rabid fans
conlil with for, as all five of the
teams are bunched within 51
points.
,The consistent performance of
the Seals and the Beavers is no
table, as for the last three days
both teams havcytvon and lost on
the Name days and have steadily
maintained the narrow margin of
four points:. which* separate* the
two teamK.
Sacramento went deeper Into
the cellar anti seems to be hope
lessly out of the race. AlthouKh
the Senators are -putting; up a
nice, erratic of ball they seem to
be considerably weaker than the
other/five teams and are lirlni;
used as stepping atones by their
opponents.
Mltze. c ..3 o i 6*l o
Nelson, p ....2 0 0 0.1- 0
Total 26 3 : 5 27 12 1
RUNS AND HITS BY- INNINGS
Sacramento- ...10 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—2
Sasehlts 1 O 0 0 11-0' 0 2— s"s
Oakland 0 3 0 0 0 OVO 0 x — A
Basehits ..0 3 0 10 0 0 1 f— 5
. •Cnteliaw cut for iDterferenee.
SUMMARY
Two base hits — Hogen. Boardm»n. Terry. f?«c
rific<» . hit* — Cutshaw.'. Nelson, Perrr. Stolen
ba«e — Danzig. First base on called balls — Off
Nelson 1, off Hunt 4. Struct out — By Nelson .",
by Hunt 5. Double play — La . Longe to ' Burns. •
Wild pltcb — Nelson. Time of game— l- hour and
33 minutes. Umpires— HHdebrtnd and Mc-
Greery. '- \u25a0*.--.-
WOMAN'S ARGUMENT
SHOWS SHE KEEPS SECRET
Engagement Ring Was Paste
and She Never Told
'"It is not true that women can not
keep a secret," declared a bright;col
lege woman, who has taken her place
in the world of letters.
"A woman can keep a secret as well
as a man," she continued. "I know a
little lady who once got into: an argu
ment with her husband about' this.very
subject., She was; defending : women
and, asserted that .women ."were 'never
known to ; tell; a -secret which reflected
on her husband, or "children. ,V This ;,very
woman was anxious ; to knowithe^out
come of an - important' business ," transr
action her husband- was/ promoting;- She
took a proper; interest: in itandTasked
as to 1 1» progress. * ;
"No," sneered the' husband, : . "1 won't
tell you. If;l.did you'd? repeat it. - You
women cart never keep a, secret." ~ -.'.''
"John," said : the- iwoman'c quietly,
"have I ever ; told .- the \ secret k about ; * the
solitaire engagement ring you .gave =me
IS . years .ago ; being . paste T'.'-^Philadel
phia. Tiroes.. 1 : : * v.
THE SAKFRANCISGO CALL, FRIDAY^ JULY 8- 1910ff
BERRY BOTTLES UP
13 INNING GAME
Seal Catcher Steals Home on
Shaky Chance /and turns'
Tie Into Victory
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES, July. :' T.r-Catcher
Berry of .the Seals won a : 13 inning
game today , by" stealing home after
he had singled, .going to second on 'an
out and to third on Eastley's single.
After the seventh, when the' Seals tied
the score at 6. a1l by scoring five runs;
the teams battled for nve innings with
outjbeing. able. to ; put. a man across, and
if Berry had {not: taken the /buli-bythe
horns and stolen home they .-might" have
been playing yet. The Angels scored
five runs in the third- on heavyVhit
ting. .:. ./ -• ; -.- r -*:;'i'-?~:'S
Delmas singled, stole : second and
scored on Waring's single. Tozer sin
gled, but Daley/ was an easy out. Ber
nard walked, and hits by < Howard and
Murphy put four men over :,the -, rubber.
-The Seals had scored once' in their
half of the third and. the fans, believed
the game* was" safe with [ four Cruns'" to
the good. The Angels scored again
in the sixth on Dillon's single," twh
outs and a double.": Many of .the :fans
left the park, thinking . the game was
as good as^ won. ' The SesTTs fell on
Tozer in the seventh and rang the bell
five times, tying/the score.- tTennant
s tart ed j off with a single. Madden : sin
gled and Tennant scored on Berry's
out. McArdle and Stewart singled,' arid
Shaw hit a three - sacker scoring Mad
den - McArdle and -Stewart, v Vitt, .bat
ting for Mohler, was- out, but Shaw
scored.^;,"' \u25a0'.'.'\u25a0 \u0084 - - -/{
Eastley relieved, Stewart.iri the ninth
inning and the teams > settled down' for
the extra innings. /Neither could put 1 a
man around until-the thirteenth,/ when
Berry -gulled off his specialty/ With
Eastley on first -Berry, started for home.
Smith, who had relieved -Waring,: threw
to catch Eastley, vartd -before: the ball
could be returned Berry: had crossed
the plate. Score: . ~ ;'
LOS ANGELES
AB. R. BH. TO. A.' E.
Daley, c. f 5 :'\u25a0 Of 0 - 5 0 0
Bernard, r. f. ..........4: l; 0 (l-';0c0
Howard, "2b. ....:......« 1 3 3 0 1
Dillon, lb. ($ , 1 2 12 10
Murphy. 1. t. ...... .:. r 7> : O 1- « 0 0
Wheeler, 3b. ...^ ... ."• O 13 3 -" .1
Delmas.- «s. .. .6. ,1 2 :{. 0' 1
Waring, c. ..*. ..4 .11 5 1•; si
Smith, c. ................ 2 0 .1 2 .1 -O
Tozer, p. ....... .;.T:... 5- 1 -2. "0 4.0
Total ..48' 0 .13 '30 15 .~4
:- \u25a0
AB. R. BH. TO: A. E.:
Shaw, 3b. M: G 1 2 12 0
-Mohler, 2b.~ .:........... 2. 0 ...1 3 a 0
Bodie. 1. f. ...........6" 0 : 1 2 00
Tennant, lb. ;... 6 1 .2 14 1 .1
Lewis. c f • • Jr;Trrrrrr. . 6 . 0 - 24 00
Madden, r. t. .... ..:.'.. .5-,1. 2 4 1 0
Berry, c. ........... '.'. v." 5 - I' , 2 . (i 20
McArdle, es. ...........:6 2 2 3. 3 0
5tewart.cp:.. ............ : 4.-. l< l i 1 0
Eastley,.p. :;.....:. .-.'... 2-01 o*2 . 0
Vitt, 2b. ............ .\..^fl j oj) l ; ' 1 ; 0
Total ........ ..;...... 51,. 5 7- 16 33 18 1
RUXS'AND HITS BY INNINGS
Los Angeles.... r. 00 5 0 0"l ! 0 00 00 0 o—6
. Baoehita ..:....O I*s 0 0 2 0 2 10 2 0 o—l3
San Francisco.... .0 0 10 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 I—7
BaseUits ...;.'. .0 11 0 1151. 0 0 13. 2— 16
SUMMARY
Hits made— Off Stewart 11 for 6 runsUnS 1-3
Innings. Three base ; hit— Shaw.": Two base hits—
Murphyr '. and - . Delmas. • \u25a0 Sacriflc \u25a0-• Vhlts — Berry,'
Murphy and Tozer: \u25a0 Stolen bases— Delmas,' Shaw,'
McArdle.^-; First base ' on called > balls— Off Toter,
3; . off Stewart, 2. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 Struck v out— By .Tojser, 7 ft; -by,
Stewart,", 4: :by A Eastley," -• 2. \u25a0 \u25a0 Double : V plays '
Wheeler - T to ; Dillon,*; Delmas rto . . DlHon.v i Wild ,
pitch — Toier. :- Passed 1 ball— Waring." Hit -^by
pitched >ball— Bernard, by : Eastley,*; Daley. .Time
of ';\u25a0 game— 2 /hours and 20* minutes.".' . Umpire^-"
Van Haltren.' / 'j?{~ ''^ '."> \u25a0:' \u25a0 :.-\u25a0><{ ;'<:\ -.\u25a0:-\u25a0'\u25a0? \u25a0\u25a0-\u0084
JEFFRIES i LEAVES % OAKLAND
[Special Dispatch jo The Call]
. r OAkLAND,'?Juiy^7?-~^Jim" : Jeffries ; left
tonight/ on theaOwl r^for; Los .-'Angeles
and his home, at Burbank:^lHelwaa:ac
compariiediby/his wife/' hisibrother," Jack
and Mrs; Jack Jeffries and ] ft few others
who wehe^ in. the party." :/./: w
\u2666 : : — \u25a0 \u2666
I % :\u25a0: Americanj Association A |
;.*A.t Toledo— Firsts gamp; t Columbus 4." 1 Toledo ! 5
(12 .lnuings).'.. ' Socond : came — Columbus 9"-To
ledo:0.-. , \u25a0.;-.,.; _ : \ '\u25a0-:\u25a0\u25a0*"'\u25a0
'At Kanda8 : City — First game:; Minneapolis ; 0,
Kansas -, City < 2; *. Secondif c«toe— Minneapolis ;'3,-
Kansnas City 4*,(10 lnnlDHs).,'.; M - \u25a0< .
. At ; Louis ville-^nrst '\u25a0'\u25a0 Bam*:^, Indianapolis \u25a0 3,
i/oulsrllle 6. Second game— Indianapolis I.' Ixiuis-
Tille.4. -; .•-."•\u25a0 \u25a0:\u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0- '. \u25a0:\u25a0• '.-—-•,- -.V,.:-
• At . Milwaukee — St. ": Paul , 5, \u25a0. Jtilwaukee ? 3.
Western LJieagiie
At P*»s MolnM— De» , Molnes 1 2. ''} Om.iha 1 1;
At Wichita— WlchJta :li; iTopcka 6." i \u25a0:\u25a0..-
At Sioux City— Sioux \u25a0 City < 8, . Llmfolu 13.
PORTLAND SHUTS
VERNONITES OUT
Beavers Find. Their Stride and
by Pretty Fielding Blank
_ the Villagers
PORTLAND, July 7.— Portland shut .Vernon
out todny by. the score of 3to 0. The local team
struck ,a fine gait andidtd some mlgiity pretty
work, especially in the fielding department." Sea
ton was hit fairly often, but not effectirely at
any stage of the 'game and while Willettß only
allowed four hits, three of them came at"inop
portune/ times and .: f urnisju-d sufficient ground
work'to enable the Portlanders to work as many
runs across the plate.i; The "score": :'.''''\u25a0 . .. . ..;
_. , ' : \u0084',verxon . 5 -. :.-•\u25a0
n ',« , • r.i/ N( AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Carlisle, 'l. t. ..;..?3 \u25a0"• 0-? 12 \u25a00• ,0
Stprall. c. f. . ......... .'4* 0 v 3 1 0 0
:Burrell, 3b. .....7...;;....4— 0 0 1 2 -"l
Coy. r.f._... ............. 2 0 2 0 0- 0
K. Brafibear, 2b. .'. '4 - 0 0 3 ; 2-*'o
W.t Fisher, lb. ; 4 0 0 0 ; O'"*O
Lin<lsay, *?. ...:..;... .V 1 0 o>s 4. 0
Brown., c. ;..:.;...\u25a0 3 0 0 3-3 0
Willetts, p. ...........: 3 0 I' 0 51
Total ........28 7 24 IC. 2
Portland' :
\u25a0 AB. R. BIL PO. A. E.
Ryan. 1. f 414 1 1 1 3 1 0
OUen, i sb. ............... 2 .v 0 3 5 0
Rapps, .lb.- ... ...... ..'.. 4 " 0 0 7 1 0
Fisher, c' .............. 3. 1 2' 2" 2' 0
Casey, 2b. .\u25a0....•..'.;•.".... 2 '*0 0 «^ 3 0
prt. r. f. ... ....... 3 0 0 10 0
Hetling, 3b. ............ 3- 1 1 1 <^2 -0
Speas.c.f. ..;....'...... 2 00 2 0 0
Seaton, p. ...:. ....2~ 0 0 0 1 0
Total .. .... ..:.... ..25 3" 4 27 15
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS '
A T efnon ...0,0000000 o—o
Basehlts ". ...... 1 .0" 2 l:-0 10 1 I—7
Portland .';..'.'. .-. .0 0 2 o 0 1 ; 0 0 x 3
Basehlts ....... 0 0 2 1 0 10 0 x—ri
i, . ." .- '/ SUMMARY _v'
-Struck out— By Seaton 2. b.r WlHeVts 2. First
base on culled balls— Off Seaton 4.~ 0ff Wlllettß'2:
Two base blU— Ryan. Fisher, Carlisle. -Home
run— Fisher. ~ Double plays— Hetllug ' to Casey to
Rapps.Hetllng to Rapps to Olsen. Olson to Casey
to Rappf.i Sacrifice; hits— Carlisle, Speas, Olsen,
Casey.- Stolen base— Coy. L First base on errors-
Portland 2. i\u25a0:': Lefti \u25a0:': Left banes — Portland 3, :. Vernon
6. "Tlmeof/game— l hour and 40 minutes.'- Um
pire—Finney. .-.;" ' ~ : .'-\u25a0.. ,
National League
STANDING ; OP. THE CLUBS
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUE t
Clubr- \u25a0"• W.L. Pet. Clubi — W. L. Pet.
Chlcajto ....41 23 .641 Phlladelphia..44 ' 28 "611
New . York ..38 2G 504 New York . ..38 ' 27 555
PittiburK -...:« 29, 532 I>«;trolt .... .40*30 ; 571
Cincinnati- :.:15*39- 473 Clereland :.:,28 81?473
Phlladelphia.3o/34-, 469 Bof ton ".;..:. 35 40 467
Brooklyn . .' . .28 >35 "444 Chicago \u25a0:'. . r v.2S 36 V 437
St.- L<.uls .".•.29 38 433 Washington .26 ; 41 388
Boston .. ...26 44T371 St.>Louis ...21 43-328
\' r BOSTON, July . T-VtvA' 1 agreempnt : to "call the
contest Jat / 6:^3 'o'clock cost Kew 'York . the
second "game .after getting \u25a0 a lead of x three
runs,',, and - allowed > Boston . to .- win both games
of : a^double : header ".today.-. 1 ' . "... \u25a0,
\u0084: With only;a Tew minutes to play New York"
opened .'the eighth inning of the second game
by batting : Ferguson | out of | the \u25a0 box , and * scoring
eixi runs off Matters ' and ' obtaining \u25a0'• a s lead . of
three : runs. •t. Beck ; of Boston .went to . bg t ' In the
last half of ! the eighth ;and \u25a0 purposely, fouled off
several balls ;iintll : the 1 umpire, called time.^The
score j then * rererted" to > the end ; of . the \u25a0 serenth'
inning. * giving ;Bostonj the? Tlctory; -'Score:' ; '1
'First-game — R.H. J B.
New; York •.'../. '.J. .'.*..'...." 4 " 7 /'3
\u25a0 Boston . \ . '.". ..'..'; ;.......:.'..........; 5 /.. 4 .- 2
\u25a0 Batterles-^Drucke, Crandall 'and Myers; " Cur
tls.'ETanß,V Frock and- Graham." '. ;\u25a0 / .:. :,\u25a0
'-Second "game — . " • ' -R.. H."'E."" :
Ne w i Y0rk r rvv. "...*. :.'. ......'....... ..2 1\ 7 :. 0
805t0n : . : . .V. : :;.;.:.: ;'.'; . . .": .... :::/; 5 . 10 0
\u25a0: -\u25a0 Batteries— Raymond, 'Ames <\u25a0\u25a0 and r£enlel ;' Fer-,
guson;and;Rarlden.,/ Umpire— Johnstone." .
CHIC AGO. ; -July,- 7.— Burns -held -Chicago I to
two ; hits -'and •Cincinnati -won today's •, game, vl'
to. 0. ; : .The ; winning v run -.was, scoreu on a single
by : Burns ~;Seore.-j • •_\u25a0 R. h. E. s
Chicago*. .....*. .............' ...sO ' 2 -V-I-
Cincinnati * ..,'.*:*'.'. .. ... . .'". .-. . . ..... . 1 , .4; L^o
;--Batterles-r-Cole- and-\ Archer: \u25a0 Burns 'and ~Mc-'
• Lean. ijUmpires-^-Klenj' and;: Kane. ..; - >'X"\
\i PHILADELPHIA;- Jnly!.7.—Br'ookVnrwon both
games •' of "?- today,' 8 j?. double ~s header i from U rhila
delphla.". iThe f second /game twas t won I. on * Dau-'
berts ' home run with , two men on ; bases. * Score :
.'.First game-T-,-' -;, R."h./E.';
Brooklyn ............... . .. . ."". •'.\u25a0".'. 2 JsefeO
Philadelphia . : .'. . ...*.• ; '. . y. .:.::. . . :• 0 >*'- 4^2
v -Batteries— Rocker andVßergen;. ; Moreo and
Dooln. - y nUmplres — O'Dayr : and ; Brennan. ". ' r.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:. Second game— '\u25a0; rr;. .• . '. \u25a0 '. R.'. : H.' E.
Brooklyn ,r. 1............... ".;'.'.. -T 10 3
Philadelphia: •: .". ..'.'. \u25a0 '. \u25a0\u25a0 •"• '\u25a0 '• ... .'..'. .* 4 ':.. 11 2
-. Batteries— Barger •; and - Erwin ;;-;;-\u25a0 Foxen; , : Mc-
Quillan <anfl ; JacklltJ!Ch. /Umpires — Brennan and
O'Uay! / (11-inplngs:) "-^" -^ v :.-, , \u0084
r American League
"'» WASHINGTON. - ; Ju' T. • T.-^Gra j-,' held Phila
delphia *\u25a0 to 1 three 1* scattered h singles / and - Wash
; ington s won \ easily. ! 4>to I l;V.Oldrinsr ; and I; Elber
! feld •\u25a0< were ;, put £ out *of ? the f game for ; disputing
rteclslons.?; Score: ;<^ ;. - - '"\u25a0 "sR^H.vE. :
Washington ;:".* .". '.'.'• ;: . . ....'........... 4 , c> ... \u25a0\u25a0 3
Philadelphia v.-; . ;-7vr.-rr? rr rrrrrrrrw, iv :, 3 .- 3
Gray and Street ;' Coombs andDona
hu". \u0084: .'\u25a0''\u25a0''.; :i-:- ' ,',.'.-,-:'.'. .:.. \- \u25a0 - /"'\u25a0,-\u25a0*;-. ?•<":?
V /XEW; YORK.': July \u25a0•7.— Boston routed' -.\u25a0New"
York t today,"- 13 X to ,v 4." > The -X visitor* : got '- 19
: falfs ; "off i- Vaushn \ and s Frill: r> A" double : . header
Tvlllbe played Saturday.".; Score: R. H: E;
; Boston i . -.TV-vr.Trr.rf :..'. '. : . . : . : . ; ; -. . y, 13 •„<: 19 . - >a 4
: New ;^orkr^rr^rrr:'r i r^v:r.v;v:vv:^4«:io*::B
I ' * Batterlen-^Karger. >2 Carrion / nnd -\u25a0 :\u25a0 Madden :
I -.Vaughn,-: Frill,"? Sweeney/ and Walsh. - , j
MOTOR BIKE DOES
1,200 MILE TRIP
Justin E. Gunnison Tours South
[Halkoi State With Lit- ~ \u25a0
tic Expense
/Ari interesting story of a" trip; on : ., a
i motorcycle' i^ told in a " letter : ; to Joe
Holle,'; local" agentv for v the Harley-
Davlds'on machinei The writer, Justin
E. Gunnison, of this, cjty, said: -
'Jiist ' returned 'from % a
very .-successTul trip-south^ on* one
• pf^your machines, I thought I
: would ".write you, just these, few .
|: lines "to letvyou? know.' how I got .
along. '* As you know, I * had never,
l.vridden a /.motor ..bike until. t: one. .
week before I \u25a0 started on; this trip,
f : 50..-. went 7apilttle : . slow:- at'-. first; I
, hadn't been- on \the "road .long,
however, before'l was hitting. It '
. up like 'the; rest of them, and." it '
\u25a0was not long before I had gotten -
" on ;- to., they mechanism :of 'the ma-
\u25a0: chine,, "which is. very? aimple. .when-
1 other. motor cycles. v
IV believe i: owe my successful; trip
mostly, to this simplicity of parts,
transmission, and so forth.' I made
, thetripdown to San Bernardino in >
three and a half v days,; U3ing' but .
; seven "gallons of gasoline. -Some
wise, hayseed /told me to take -a -
shortcut Just' before getting into
San T Luis Obispo;,i got lost for
about four hours t^ in the moun
tains^ otherwise 1- would- have - :
. made the -trip In much less! time.
As far as ; the machine 'was" con
cerned, I had no trouble at all. ?
The only repairs-. I had to -have ,
done were to istraightfn the-crank
.and put. in one spoke. :I: I let' the
. machine- fall \u25a0:. to one side, --which
bentthe crank, and got a stick in -j
'.-\u25a0 my- spokes and '\u25a0\u25a0: broke one.'. When
. about 12 Smiles from San: Bernar- :
-dino-I * gotv caught in thexjdark .
-/.: without any carbide. I was tak
\u25a0,;ing chances on -a strange; road "and \
; while'vgoing about >. 10 f:': miles I an'
:':";•-, hour? ran Into? a sand "drift and
\u25a0 took- a. healthy. tumble." V l-bent my .
:crank;so ithat it: would, not pass ;
\u0084. the* exhaust/pipe.. I. managed to
get it /started, however, and got '
-into San Bernardino a.t -11:30 o'clock
that \u25a0> night. -" r .-- \u25a0 ;.,- - • ;
• .: On' the -return trip I. dld : not have .(.
to pay; a cent for repairs. ,I' left :
-- Ventura on .the sedond' day., out. I . ..
I was too I early, for. gasoline • so I :
thought -I- could - 'make*; Gaviota.'
: This was a - distance "of; 70 miles .
\u25a0> and?my. tank -wasn't full. There-" .
suit ; was that; I* had /to push" the •
-^machine/ four .miles" over* rolling
roads in: the /hot I sun; in ithe heat..
: of the day./- Never, again! . After ';
\u25a0 that" I -bought gasoline; at t every *
'town whether I -needed ;itJ or not. '\u25a0.
At : one s little i. village.' called vNew- -
. berry -Park,' ;" I \u25a0 bought-, .what :' I - •
thought wasvgasoline from a, little 1 :
\u25a0boy. : When:- 1 r got .into > the: tank :
the" storekeeper. : showed '\u25a0' up and -
said lf-was distillate.". He • had" no " ;
/ gasoline, " so -I ...had .to make .", the \i
best of it. The /distillate- did the 1
" ; , work.- vl> could see no difference; in J
'•:\u25a0 -the runnings of cthe- machine. -I ar
; rlved"ln t Oakland«at 2 o'clock Sun- : f
/ day t afternoon^' \u0084\u25a0 -.- ." .\u25a0', ' ~ , ,'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .' ,
"^ I attribute the success -of my ;
\u25a0 :"trip' mostly to Ithe. :belt-/;i;can not • -
- see * wh^re r . a 1a 1 chain .'driven i machine • ;
'could '.make ;; some of » the v hills ; I . i
V; got overr. especially just before get- . .
\u25a0, ting -.into, Sant a; Margarita. '.> The* \u25a0[
. 'road- was 'hot steep, < but -very dusty \u25a0;
*;and rocky. "iiOf - course, /I •- atn. ; not '
-". claiming >that'i l \u25a0 rode all 1 - the way "
c; up , this \u25a0mountain.. 1 That would be ;';
impossible.. lf you were ,to>rldeva :
' donkeyup that hill you'd slide v
off* over.: hrsitailSi' .What; If dldvdo -'.J
in. bad- places <was* to; put /.her -"on -..\u25a0':
Athe I stand,;start;her,:loosen.the belt, ,
Vdrop y her . off .the;, stand .<w'ithV the :.;
1 engine "running:. free.> gradually,^-,
i tighten; the.'belt, until ;shet.-:took
'• hold; then -when I" had .enough mo- ';.
?>j mentum »I 'would jump on 'and? ride :
"? until i- I- had .to do'it 5 overXagain.'^ '
'.' '\u25a0: I - passed * three '\u25a0 or/ four, chain \u25a0 driven V*
, ! on ,!myy .trip :';• that-, were \u25a0
i'i: pushingf.when:i \u25a0 thought" how.f easy .
Cit I- would •> have -"• been \ f or,* me Ho * get . '
~5 a" starti where they-: were ? sweating. v :
- •:'\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 I C made' 1 theT return - trip?:in ithree/'
\u25a0 days.'t The whole ;trip; cost' me only T
" $24, n including, "hotel «. ( blUs,^gaso- ,
- line, : repalrs.and?six : 'days'.*camping '
upsln- the San .Bernardino moun
tains.. ;"..;./-./ . .';..-.„!.-/\u25a0 ':':.':'. !-,"T^' : : - - --
' trip taken, by; Gunnison . covered
more -than i 1,200, 200 smiles/ " "' y^:,:-' : ~" '-•>"
Plans for/the; meet; of * the; Federation
oCATnerlcahiMotorcycllstsjarelwe.ll un
der^,way I'andVthe >: eventj-.which ; is ; to
'tak«Sp.lace '.from .'August |8; to .13, j pfom
.isfts'tplbelevenla^ greater^ success ;Uhan'
lastt year.< ? The ifirstithVee'! days fQfJthe
"meet iwill ) be 'deybted to j the, /endurance
runS covering. I:the1 :the ] route 1 ; from .;P_hiladel^
phia^to^Reading^The ""affords
everyjoppbrtunlty i to display .; the .powex^
roadabilit^ffand^hlll^llmblngj abilities
of jthe'i machines. '/ p'- *;.':'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'/-•.:•' vr ''.-/,
L : At> ; th«r annual dinner of * the". South
Mol tori £ harrier -hu n t, ;. says i the^ London
Graphic,/ Fred * Day : from • writ
ing* I b>^| afGreekf a"u thbi-^whol lived J4 6 0
years\bef drelChrist, {to ; prove ; that I hare
,hiinUng'Twas?. the > oldest £ sport ;in' exist-;"
AMERICANS ANNEX
GAMES PREDICTED
University Rugby Team Takes
Western District Fifteen
Into Camp
WILLIAM UNMACK
As was exclusively predicted in The
Call both before the combined American
football team left here and again, be
fore the series of games was started
in Australia, -the team has won the
e*act two games they were scheduled
to win by the writer. The first game
won was against/the Hunter river disr
trict team by. a score of 10 points to 9,
played at. Maltland. The second game
that was predicted would be an Amer
ican victory was won in yesterday's
contest against the western districts at
Orange in New South Wales, this game
going to the combined American team
by^ a score of -11, points to 9.
.This makes the second victory for
the team, and the next game on Satur
day, "if against . the team as at present
scheduled, namely., the representative
"New South 'Wales team, should be an
easy win for , the New South Welsh
men.
'.After Saturday's game the team Jour
neys.to Melbourne, where they play the
Melbourne university two games. The
first ; of vthese will. be on Wednesday
arid the second one on the following
Saturday afternoon. Both these. games
should.be wins by. close margins for the
American team. .•
"JEHU" IS REAL
SHERLOCK HOLMES
Cabby Finds Address on Very
• .'-\u25a0-\u25a0..- 'V/,V Small Clew
'• A, venerable looking man with whis
kers;rea9hing.to his chest, with stove
pipe 'hat and old fashioned clothing,
indicating him^ to be , eccentrfe. hailed
a "Jehu" the-. other ; evening at Broad
street station. :\u25a0''.'\u25a0 '- . \u0084 ". " --Vr.-/-.,
: The; driver of the coupe dismounted
from his- perch • and hastened ih the
direction of» the old man, at his bid
ding. When he' saw. that the man an
swering this call ;wa*s a bright looking
Irishman; £ the troubled look soon dis
appeared from/the 01.l man's face'and
the * wrinkled brow: assumed the aspect
of placidity, says the Philadelphia
.Times.
"Young man,", he began. "You see
I'm absent minded. I came to this city
from Albany 'tp attenj> the" weddlng/of
my.' niece, -a*Ne w • York girl, to a - young
Philadalphlan c who; ; ll\*es /somewhere
In .Thirty-third street across from Fatr
mountipark.. I'm blessed if l_haven't
forgotten-even/ his name,"' h« \u25a0 almost
yellad,' :and struck • his thigh Irritably^
"And t my.; niece," he added, "Is" entirely,
unknown: in 'this city, excepting to the
immediate relatives of the prospective
bridegroom.* T Now thef a Tis . very little
chance 1 that the name will recur to me
before and -ther* , is'; abso
lutely.* no; chance of ; remembering his
address.'^- : The A only- clue, if /it may- bd
called ; suchi'- for ' us to find 'out .the :ad
dress '}\u25a0 is 'that Rev. Ezekial ;- Simmons
of New York la "to perform - the = cereV
'mony.'aSjßßß " '\u25a0' ' ••'•'"'• '\u25a0\u25a0•* : - '-'' \u25a0\u25a0'<\u25a0':-
wr."IMl * find; them • for you," volunteered
the Irishman,' respectfully,-; and [with
this assurance the visitor steppeci,into
itheT'vehicle. The; coupe, w^hirled- him
to Thirty-third - street rand; Columbia
avenue/ .where .houses extending to
Ridge; avenue; face -the .park. .[. : '
j/>Beglnhing with .the ; first' house, -the
'driyer".made'vhiß" way -up •Thirty-third
street,'--;inquiring. of the/ parsons who
came to the 'door, in answer to" the bell
if -Df. Ezekial .Simmons had arrived.
For ' nearly ,^an : hour * the "jehu" " kept
asking without anyresult. As he. drew,
near ; Diamohd'*, streat." he / finally i struck
uponithe: house.,. " /
" ."Has f: Dr.*. /Ezekial Simmons arrived
yetr* he^asked 1 of the mtidwho an
swered the 'bell.
I- "Xol" i was the prompt' ansnver, "but
we- expect' him any, moment."
-"\u25a0'..The;; number was [jotted ."down "in i/his
notebook s and -carried 1 to ; the Told Vman
waiting In the carriage^afew v squares
.below:/ \u25a0-/\u25a0;;. v f^'. . .- -' / .' '/ " : \u25a0'.\u25a0'\u25a0' \u25a0
"After the venerable looking gentle
man ' hadp made J sure ijthat "it was, the
rightKparty^he; did? riot \u25a0fail to i show
his } appreciation ;of ? the 'cabby's? labors.
\u25a0 '.The organ :usedr|n the^Moravian
"church fat Llti^'from 7 " 1787: to US79j and,
'froniltheilatt^r' date • until " In)
Moravlan " church' at ? South | Bethle-i
;hentTiiWill?be}returhed!tp^L<ltUx;a.'nd'Prer'
isVryedasja'relic/^lt^Tra/ built by;Dav!ii
'Tarinenberg, the Lititz organs builder. 7 f
H. LEWIS IS AFTER
KETCHEL OR PAPKE
Claimant to Welterweight Title
Returns From Paris and!
Seeks Match
NEW YORK.. July 7.— Harry Lewia,
the. welter weight championship,claim
ant, Is back in town after a jtay of •
several weeks in Paris. Lewis declares .
he intends tti go out for th/o middle
weight title and says h# wlir«:halleng«
Stanley Ketchel and. Billy P*pke im
mediately. Lewl3 is also anxious, he >.
declared, to meet Willie Lewis as soon
as possible.
He says that' he beat thej latter la -
the 10 round fight in Paris which the
referee decided a draw. Lewi3 has
taken on weight and thinks he will tee \
able to defeat anybody who will make '
15S pounds ringside.
6 "There Is a. lot "of grjod material
among Frenchmen for the development
of the fight game." said. Lewis, "but
the general trouble on the continent
is the fact that as soon as a man has
reached a fit state of development he*''
must enter the army." : '
WIRE TRANSMITTER OF
POWER IS INVENTED
A German machine manufacturer has
invented a new meann of power trans-
mission by the use of steel wire. It is.
asserted that the sy:*tem Is equal In
every way to leather 'belts, steel bands"?,
and chains and lstrouch cheaper. The 4
wires are thin and endless.
MUCH PAPER FROM
SPAIN SENT ABROAD;;
Spanish paper .mills export paper.-.'
chiefly to former Spanish ..colonies, and.
very little foreign -made paper finds its',
.way Into Spain. The manufacture oor*C r *
cigarette paper is carried on widely and,.;
the- various Spanish specialties find a'.J
fair market abrond.
DIVIDEND JfOTICES OP THB
ASSOCIATE!* SAVINGS BANKS
S 'OF »A^ FRANCISCO.
XHE HIBBBNIA SAVINGS Asl> LOAN SO-
CIETY. corner J Urket. McAllister and Jones
• its.. Sao Francisco, Jane 27. 1910. — Dividend
Notice — At a mrejtlns of tb<* board of director*
or this society. .l;eld .this day. * dividend ba»
' been ; declared »%,- the rate of three and three-
f ouirtbs {3% > ftjr cent per annnm 00 all <*e~ \u25a0
posits for ttht «Ix montas tndinx Jane 30.
1*10,: free from all taxe*. and payable on and -
. after July 1, J 910. DiTidenda not drawn will '"
be added to depositors' accounts and become a .•
Sart thereof , ., and will cam dividend from •"
air 1. 1910., . Deposits made 60 or befora' -
- July 11. ldlC, will draw Interest from July -'-
\u25a01. 1910. . R. M. TOBIX. Secretary.
SAVINGS DMUN.tU.XK Ui' SAN' FRANCISCO. '
whose •- - name • wa» . San Fr&nciaco S»»ini i
Cnlon. sorthwcist corner CalUocola aod Moat- .
romerr »treet«».' - .
1 Kor tie hiV/ year. ending Jun* 30th. 1910. x
dividend has teen. declared at the rats of four .
(4) per tent uer annnm oa all deposits, free o£
.taxes. \u25a0 pavabli oa and after FRIDA7. Jal/ Ist.
\u25a0 •\u25a0 A " divider.^ not drawn will be added to thm \'
' dtpoelt ace»crat,~ become a part thereof and earn ;
dividend f n»m July lit. \u25a0 UaDC7 deposited tx?- '
tween \u25a0 J tia -• 15th and Moodsy . Jaly IKb. !>ara .
•Ist* incluiVve. commences to «ara interest froa
JvlT Ut. U.-M. WELCH. Cainler.
THE GEEItfAN SAVINGS AND LOAN" 30CLBTX I
(Uj« Gertr. *n Bank}. 52K California »t.: MUalon '
br« neb. 3072 Jll«!on st. n;ar TJ4; Blehraonrt
' district branch. 432 element st. between SUt and
Ctb ars. For the balf year endias June 30 tb. '\u25a0
1010. a dividend has been declared at the<rat» '
of foor H) per cent per annum on all deposits.' '
free of -taxes, payable on ami after Friday. July .'
lit. 19 J J. Dividends not called for are added tt» . \u25a0
the deposit account and earn dividends from July
Ist. liSo.r .' GKOSGE TOURNY. Manager.
MOTCAL- SAVINGS BANK Ob 1 SAN* ifBA.V-"^
CISCO, 706 Maricet st. opposite Sd— For tta half
retr'trndins June 30. 1&10. <t divldendaas be«a *
declnred at the rate of four U\ per cent per «n- ;
num en all deposits, fre* of taxes, payable- oa.,
andl-^fter Friday. July 1. l»10. Dlv*»ends n»c ;
eallrd for ar» sdded to and bear tiie same- ra :•> .
of Interest as the principal from Jnlj_l. ; MXO. .
Moi«*y deposited oa or before Jnly 10th. wIU draw
lat*rest from Jnly l. 1310. „!"_, _ k
. \u25a0 GEORGE A. STO ST. Cashier.
TFIE "Italian-American Bank of San Franciiw. »
,"SE.'- corner, of MoatgooerT and Sacramento .
sts.— For the half year ending Jon« SO. 1910. *
dividend has been declared at the rate of four \u25a0
.Mi per cent per annum on all deposits.' free- of,
\u25a0 ; taxes,' payable *on and after Friday. Jnly .\,
1810. \u25a0'\u25a0 A drrMend no* drawn-, will ..be .added "
tothe deposit account, become a part thereof %\u25a0
; and earn dividend from July - 1. Money - dfrr ',
'posited between June 15 and Mcndny, Juiy'U.
both days inctnsive. commences to earn interest <
from July 1- : A. SBABBORO. President.
\-:A. E. SBARBQBO.Ca'iMfr. ... : . .
METBOPOUS TRUST "AND SAVINGS BANK. >
Ssn Francisco. — For. the bait jfar endin? Jnni
• 80. 1310. Interest on savlnss deposits at foue
per cent per annum, free of taxes, will b* .
payable on and after rridav. July 1. 19 10. In- '
\u25a0' ter«st not drawn will be added to the principal ' -
and become a part thereof, and will ears inter-
est from - Jnly - 1. 1910. : - Deposit* made :on or ;
'..'-before 'Jaly 'lS. 1910.. will draw interest from J
• Jnlv I. • Wtft.- \u25a0 PBAN'K X- FISH. Cashier.
Continued oa Aeit Past
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