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Coffroth Angling for Match Between Moran and Abe Attell
PROMOTER SEEKS
LIVE ATTRACTION
Charley Hkt-vey Herein Interest
?f.]&ritistier and Is Anxious
;\u25a0. r. '\u25a0:. .-{q det a Battle
.^.Pfaraotief;. jjin Co ff roth has returned
t°:'-tow n a short vacation at Santa
J?^ii^;and - ; &as' lost no .time, in getting
V*^'" -V I*?'1 *?' >.u*lness^. -It looks as if the
Tit^n. iiVire^l" pro-moter is going to re
:*^yf; the.; professional -'sport here as he
is i" oa: tfe- frail of 'a. couple of boxers
ami .he \hs likely to make a match to*
<la>-i' r coffroth is after Owen Moran.
the- Errglisji . lightweight , and Abe
Attell.V--f.he . . featherweight . champion,
and "it looks .as if he will succeed in
getting, .the -fighters to come to terms.
.••Charley". Harvey, representative of
the English scrapper, is on the ground
and he., is- sinxious* to pit his .man
against -the' California "phenom;" but
there- -is aVslight Hitch over weights,
which Tna.y keejithe boys apart.
The Englishman, has grown a hit
-heavy and tlje- featherweight limit is
no longer- a -weight • which' he can
makel." At 126 pounds the Britisher is
a bear.aLnd lie/would. not care how- long
th# flg-ht; wo.uid ".go if he rould get the
American" into the ring at this weight.
Harvey. . lias agreed \u25a0to sign- for
CogTQth .an d. Benny Sellg who is man
aging: At t.?ll looks- • upon the match
with faVpf. \u25a0 However Hie weight is a
Httl* above TJUteU's limit. The Califor
nian^is-: "a- 'legitimate featherweight,
\u25a0»;'ho \u25a0• can .'ma ke the notch ban Jily and
.he-" would' -be giving away a little to \u25a0
>l&rari Co ; .g<> iTito the ring with the,
-Jatte'r: at'l2« pounds.
.;• Aifen- is ' irT Los "Ange>l«s and Selig
.'>v4r : ed;t«" Wm -last night about the terms ,
.Coffroth,ofT«»rea.' Selig expects to hear*
\fr.o\m - ArtWir. today, and if the feather
\u25a0..vveLght-'c-hampiori is - satisfied to fight
Moran thjs*' month the match will likely
bie '.friade' T?t.; oncei,
;' : Mf»ra.n;knd Att*ll should prove a ban-, I
ncr aitractioh with which to revive the
spojrt. -There would be but little chance
fo£ttie: knockers o.f the game to "hol
.lpr'': prize: fight,, as no one who knows
the .least; thing about the sport would
accuse either- man of being anything
else- ttian a • finished boxer.
.^Both-' fighters- have appeared in the
• ring ;.sirice Ihe Johnson-Jeffries fiasco.
•' <Irj>vei:n r bt; Gillett;. -ailowed -them to box
, j.Q rouhdfe. at. Lios. Angeles and the b,oys
p«t up- a. . gbo.d. .scientific . sparring ex
fcib'ition. : - Th«>r« should be nothing to
• j?T.e.verit' ; thes« men from sparring 20
\u25a0.'\u25a0ToimJip,-'- It' is: a-- 3fo ' l shot that the
rboys^lii gp, their distance if they meet.
.and., everybody " who' knows the game
is. willing ;to ""-declare -them boxers, not
pri?;^ fighters.., .;' '. BfrßE
Butte Results
Pliil'E, :Xvg. : 2.~-ljtmg fehots • divided honors j
yfith . the •"firorlt<*» • at the Bntte Jockey club i
JrifK/tnday". ;'f>rm<>n<le Cunningham and Smiley ;
Met«n«*. two .12- to" 1 shots, cashed. Copper
rtown- Uy<)c <he feature race of the day from a
C<r>d; \u25a0•field.- ""Reiratts:
-FIRST : RACE— five furlongs. " selling:
OMs. \u25a0 -tforne. Weiarh't and J*vkey. Fin. |
\u25a012-1 — Ormonde Cunningham,- 104 (TaylorJ 1
IS. 1-i-C-ansera, ' 103 . iKe<Jerls» : ... . 2
9 -2— Herfvfs v -! 109 \u25a0«Pri'>r) 3
Time. l:Ol".l-5. •\u25a0 Gurter Wght. J. M. StokM."
li«Tila<l.r. War/are; Mary I>ees, Manha Jeffer
, tua. als« r-irn.'
\u25a0-• SECOND TRACE— Five furlonp*. selling:
.Odd*. \u25a0• JTnrs*; ; n'»lrtt and Jockey. Fin.
T*-T. — Tube. .Rose, ..lo2 <G«uceli-. .-. 1
C-l^fTfaiiSMW^ "109 '-<Flwber> :..... 2
7 1--Tirus.n. "lti» .Jahnf-oni ; 3
\u25a0.Tiijie; I:ft«2-5. Burlelgh. The Slicker. IJl
l.ian.Ray; ißitter sir. Firm Foor..Yama. also ran-.
.-"THiRnRACK'-Fiiturity course, selling:
\u25a0.•<Hd*...Hr>r>». "Weight «n<l Jockey. Pin. 1
-Ts -1— La^y- Adeia-iflr. 10R 1
•.r.-r-^No/ "Qusftor.. 10S {Tuylori 2
\f& (Van Dusem 3
• Time. . -mi.; .Crx.l." TillinFhast. E. M. Fty,
: ;:'|*lat««en,-."MBy Pink. Wistaria, also ran.
\u25a0:.Ftir.RTII RACK— Sis and a half furlongs,
T'iw>c:-.' . • . *
«.Wdi>.- Jlnrse. .Weight and Jockey. , - ,Fin.
.. ft-sn—^«ppcrto»Ti; 'U'2 iKederisJ . ..." 1
t-^— ifalrorili.."-;*) <Callahan> 2
'jt-2— Fernando, 162 (Batti^te) 3
\u25a0 ; : ; -Time. "1;13.- Lcwiston, Jack Paine, Novgorod,
'.:al<jo ra.n,- =
•*.". FIFTH KACE— «ne mile, selling:
< Udd*. •*. Horse. Weipht and Jockey. Fin.
.' 7-r»^-natlier' Pjoyal. 11l (GaugeH 1
.Vl^Albfoa- H. i(K) «Soldeat 2
f-1-^-Treat.ure. Seeker, HI <W. Mclntyre) 3
\u25a0 .Time.- 1:42 l-o. Sialpearl* J. C. Clem. Kogo,
ej.fo- ran«." .*•-.-
SIXTH-RACE— gix fnrlonjrs. selUng: .
Odds.- Horse. Weisbt and Jockey. Fin.
12-I— Sinllej: Mrtzner. 101 (Taylor) 1
*\'-X—^}kte«J. 102 <Imes)..., 2
li-S-^Patterson'," 105 <X'osper> 3
.Tfjue;' 1:15 2-3. Patriotic. Alve B. Senator
W.arner.* George Kismet. Harry. Stanhope, Bar
r.T.'ia, 'Priiene.' also *an.
Butte Entries
*'• '.'...,'\u25a0''. '• r- : >—.———\u2666\u25a0
RACE—. Five • f urJonj s, selling, maiden
.1* year.oW*; .'
r'a-Tj'Peck ..: IW'Phoupborus 104
Ataxle 'i.^ 102|WiIl Morris ... 108
!-»ang IlfHe -. lOSiFlfins; 112
• '.BJa<:»f; Ben . . : .'-\u25a0. .. . 102 j .• ,
' JfEtOND.IIA.CE— Six «0d h half furlongs. Bcll
intr.-.Zf year olds and npward:
r«>nj:kln" .: 10<»i Dorothy Iy>dt*-tt ...107
Ornate ' . . V. . ... . UGCanritx Palae ..... 103
Mackie .Mayer. .-...UW'OaOlction .H«
.Gliucps •\u0084.....:'..... 107<J»rk..0" Lantern J0I»
V::T«iRB RACE— Five fcrlnns*, seMnir. T5 rear
'nl.df and ,upw-ard: •
A;bihu' \u25a0.'.•.".'..'..•. x OX'JpsMipburn .ri.*.loT.
" »..«d.r-.Elleabeth .V.MlMiArlonette 107
Harinafc txiuise. . . . .I.or>jßlaniPlPSK ..107
o <»n Parole •'....•. JO.Vrintr HI
..1-e**' Hajrrfsna 11.-..105 BTuffe 114
;jLiinlc ; W<H* ••.;-•.., lC^lCliarlo? ........110
\: .FOL'htri' RACn — Onn and a "«isteonth mile*.
the.-Ham'ltro handicap. 3 rear old k and upward; \u25a0
Fir '.J-rthn- "••• ..-...\u25a0-... iK»iO<-«>an yuwn ...103
Rojr Junior •....-..., 9*>' Edwin T. Frjw- •.".'. iltt
n_»ußdn _»ußd a nd • Brmnd . . 100'
« -Fllvni .BACE-:-One mile, selllns, 3 year olds
»nd npwardi- ' -
cMiw"Piartc" .:,..•.-.. STJMattJe Mack ..109
•Tdrona' : .'. ...,102'Knijrht of lTanhoe..lH
Harka • •• *.-> .K4!Ed«ardi), :.m
v.lsprlsloo/ :....'.... loG'Joh« J: Ropers in
i^rqula ...;•.•.. -V.:...loX]Fr<>n«"b Cook ...'....112
'^snth.el . .':.;..... . — loT»i Charlie Doberty ...114
: ' £i-XTI*. RACE— Futurity coarse, scllSns. 3 year
olds a"nd upward.: -
La' Petite .•..;..'.\u25a0... 102'Gra0e G 109
Bona.- ..'..'•. ..'....,: .^.lo2:piatoon 11l
Uramercj .".•.\u25a0.....•:'..l«4rswa«:erlator ......;.. in
Jfll^tt .;....'...'. l<e>;Bonfils .11l
.iiantWk- . ..."V. ... ..lOSlAnffleeea : 11l •
Kir '."Parry ,•*.*--'- ' ...109! Able .....114
.' : . -Track'- f«« % \u25a0 •
..American Association
At.Kanßas City— Toledo 1, Kansas City 3.
At" St..'-Paul— lndianapoliK 1. St. Paul 3.
At" Ix>uisTillej-4.^«ult;Tllle 1. Minneapolis 12.
'At** Mil waubee— Columbus 3. Milwaukee 2.
1 Empire City Results T
'\u2666— :—: — :: — '—— ~ : — : \u25a0\u2666-
EMPIRE CITY ! RACETRACK^ X. V.. Aujr. 2.
On a- Bjuddy tra.ck"an«l farored^by light weight,
I»aJ3ffW Mark won the Frlrollty selling stake here
today in a romp by six lenrth*. Snramarleis: 4
First raf*. f^lliuc .fire and. a half furlongs-*-
HeKltateJ ll_tO's, won; Kandrunnlng. 5 t»;2j
\u25baonmd: Naughty Lad, 5 to- 1, third. * Tlmc^
I;(i9<-3. . .-,-: . ' ;
Second race. ! one mile — Star Actor, 7 to2j
won; Bishop, 2 to 0. second.'- Time, 1:43. Only,
two start*"/*. \u25a0:•
Third -rave, - «ix~ furlonps — Ro^waur, 11 to 5,
yrvn; Al Mnllw. 8 to 5, second; JM sty, 7, t0 1,
tbJrd.3 Time. 1:13 1-5.
Fourth race, five and a half furlonjrn — Dancer
M a rk. 9* to 10. won ; Cra*h. 4 fi • to \u25a0- I, ' " second ;
Am»lfi.*3 to 1, third. Time. 1 :07 4-5. . ; \u0084 .
Fifth race, one mile and 20 _ yards — Alice
George. 7 to 1. won: Adirondack. 3"to 1. second;
MayAineHa. 12 to 1. third. Time/ 1:46.* "
Sixth^race,- one: and a half *n»ileg— Dull. Care,"
9 to 5. "won; Tlie Peer. 11 to .".second; Fault
less 10 to 1, third. Time. 2:37 4-5.
P' TUe |»rotefted game hPtwccp Portland and Oak-
Ib mi. irnlrb wa« declared "no- contest.? -will: be
placed -*R«ln . when rbn- Oaks i and ; the ;" Beavers'
meet in their «ext iwries. This Is ; the game In
-wuk-h- Umpire Vsn Haltren r*»ndTe«t' a deolslon
* f*t flrrt wbfn h* nhouted "*»fe!'.* '. then .* "rmtl"
• and wbeo Fir>-t Hss"ni«n Hos«n of. the. Oakland
«-«6 -mUled -br r the tndJc«t»jr -.roan «t»4 -threw,
tlio ball into- the in fit-Id and allowed I'ortlaud t<j
ecore:. . . - - " \u25a0-.'; .-**\u25a0\u25a0
MARION "BOBCAT" A
"SASSY" AUTOMOBILE
j William Peddler of r J. W. Lcavitt & Co: at the wheel of' the Marion
I J "Bobcats
Captain H. D. Ryus, Noted Mqtx>r Car Driver,
Joins Local "White" Selling Force
R. R. L'HOMMEDIEU
There will likely be something
stirrinp in -the contest line very soon
in San Francisco. So far this year,
but one contest, the. hill- climb -of the
San Francisco motor club, has taken
place. But it would not be surprising
if there would be something doing, for
H. D.. Ryus of Los Angeles, better
known as "Cap" Ryus, has . come to
\u25a0town.
Ryus has joined the Belling force of
the White company in this city. It
was Ryus that piloted the .White in its
victorious ciimb up.Mt. Baldy, and who
was one of the drivers in Fernando
Nelson's steamer in the record run to
I^os Angeles and return.
In fact, Ryus has been in almost'all
the big events that have taken place
in .the', southern part of the state.
Ryus ?old White steam cars in San
Francisco when they first came to the
coas=t, * and is likely to be a strong
factor in . the automobile, game here
abouts from now on.
Lieon T. Shettler, who has been
spending the last week in San Fra'n
cispn, returned
home to Los An
geles, yesterday.
He-had just closed
a five year contract
wun in^ Apperson people for the coast,
and while in the city had made arrange
ments with Max Roeenfeld to handle
the product north of Tehachapi.
»~ — - — .^
I Bonenfeld Clone* I
j for the Apperson |
E. C. Collins has just received a copy
of a letter written by George H. Harte
concerning the
Carterca r- which he
took delivery of at
the factory. Harte
pays:' "Just a 'few.
lines. My Cartercar is all that I have
could ask for. Have had very little?
trouble. Have had no punctures and
have only pumped my tires once.- Have
run now a -little over 2,500 miles. Will
spend this month touring Indiana.:
Will then spend 30 days in Ohio, after
which will start for the coast."
m \u25a0•
I Unite Trlli* of
! His Carterear.
A. D. Plughoff. vice president of the
j. w i^avitt onmnany, will leave this
morning for a trip
I through the coun
try territory* Plug
..hoff, has been ad
vised . "by the com
pany's agents that the crops- are .now
well in and that the farmers are be
I PluKboff Off
| for the Country'
Three C League
STAXpiXG OF THE CLUBS
\u25a0 Clubs — Won. Lost. Pet.
Watsonville 2 0 1000
(Jilroy 2 0 .1000
Santa Cruz Traffics 1 1 500
Salinas 1 1 500
Monterey ...\u25a0*.. ......... :TyT?V~.V. 0' 2 000
San Jose 0 2 000
Watsonrille and Gilroy are tied with a per
fect percentage, while Salinas and Santa Cruz
are tl«f<! for third place. Monterey and San
Jose are not on the • boards as yet. --»
The league Is evenly, balanced. San Jose and
Monterey have exceptionally fine teams. and will
not be at the bottom of the heap, very long.
Harry Schaufele, manager of the Monterey team,
will have a strong team in the lea,gue next Sua*
day against Waisonville. jjz -<
Emmerson will twirl for Watsonville, ' Alle
saert for Santa Cruz. Jee Berger for San Jose,"
l^eonard- for Salinas, Levy or ; Matley tor Gilroy
and Frink for Monterey. /
Northwestern League- j
VANCOUVER.- Aug.. 2."— Jenxen>was pounded
bard by Taeoma today. and tbe'vistors won. -7 to
2. MfCamment started to pitch : for. Taooma.
but w*en . the locals became • dangerous ." in the
fourth inning. Manager^.Blank'enship, substituted
Schmuti end- stopped the rally. Score: .; r .- •
: \u25a0 " :• .' . :\u25a0•: \u25a0.. :\u25a0- ' '.'. R. Ii; E^.'
; \ an<-ouver .....:.: .-.'..- 2 s ' 4 -
Tacoma-- .."..*. ........-.\u25a0;.\u25a0...•; ,-7 ll'"^?"l
' Batteries— Jensen aud Lewis; : Sebmutz, ,Mc-
Camroent and Byrne*. ' . . /r
SEATTLE. Aug. 2.— After.: a ; lonjr^ series of
defeats, .Seattle managed to win from. the lead- !
ers today by a score. of 3 to 1. Clafiin was en
tirely . rpeponsible . for Spokane's defeat, . as 'he
mixed bases on balls with hits. .Score: • -
. R. H. E. '
Seattle ....3, 6 "2
i Spokane err. .-; ;r: ..... . . . . : .Tr^rrrnp^ -~ ' 0
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Ul* riCIU *X V". San: Francisco
SKPARATI'] PARLORS '.FOR PRIVACY. V .
THE SAN -FRANCISCO -CALL; WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 3; 1910.
coming interested in the purchase of
motor cars. He leaves for. the express
purpose of. closing up many of these
sales, which are now under, negotiation.
The San Francisco Motor Car Deal
ers' association will entertain all the
- .-fift'aiftr s in 'the
t r ad c, : including
accessory men;- on
the.; -'evening '. r of
August 7 10 at an
automobile night rat the Chutes. The
regular monthly meeting will be held
at noon August 10 at a downtown res
taurant.
Hltrh .1 inks for
1 -""'rrnde 3l^mhem
*George Osen and O. C. ; McFarland of
the Osen & Hunter automobile com
pany will, cleave
August - 15 ; for, the
Mitchell factory '< at
. Racine, .Wis. They
go by way of Seat
tle and Canada, and are going .east
thoroughly to look over } the Mitchell
lines for next year, which : they will
handle. \u25a0.'/. . \u25a0 ; \u25a0
Will Visit the
Mitchell Factory
LT.. V. Lynch, head .of the Speedwell
motor, car company. In this: city, has
'eceived, word from
he east' to 'theref
ect that the:pro
noters of the. re
cent: good roads
tour troni. Atlanta to New York have
acknowledged their error in not placing
the Speedwell,- driven by Colonel S. M.
Smith i'of ? Bluefleld.,AV. .Va:. among the
prize winners. The Speedwell, through
a clerical error, .was rated as amon
contestant. whereas the car went
through with a perfect score. -
I One
I of the Winner*
F. L. Dußroy, San -Francisqo,man
ager *of Jthe IL 0.. Harrison, company,
reportsrtwo --recent
pu rchassprs ; of * T Ev
eritt cars. They
are George Blodg-
Ptt and'J. A.-Ques
tion.. -They took Immediate delivery- of
their cars.;/ \ \u25a0 "\u25a0'\u25a0 . \u25a0 :*%<, _:-:f:\-K \u25a0: )•''";\u25a0'/
iXew Ownfre'iof -
I Everttt Cars
\u25a0 "From, tidewater. Commencement
bay, to "snowline, the Nisqually glacier
)n Mount Tacoma,"
was ?r the-"-;, slogan
and trip made: by.
:he \ Hudson ; "car
owners of Tacoma.
Wash., on Sunday, .Tuly^ 17, when seven
of /them entered the- first' experience
co/itest in this partof the coiintry.-and
successfully ranto 1 Nisqually glacier.
6,006. feet .above the sea,-, and' return,' a
distance of 141. miles, without having
occasion -to > make the; slightest repairs.;
I IlndftonN Up a
| . High Mountain
*.__ _ — \u25a0 :_ __ —
American League
CHICAGO, Aug. 2.— \u25a0By^bunchlnV'ajtripleland
: two singles with an error in .the, first,; Philadel
1 phla, Jumped- to a -lead of three runs,: enough, to
win tiie second game of the series from Chicago,
3 ;to 2. Morgan ..was 'driven -, from" the '\u25a0 slab in
the seventh.- Blackburn; was- injured ' In a' col
lision with /Barry in the sixth and -will -be, out
; of, the game three weeks. Score: :E. H. E.
I Chicago ..... .:..'..\u25a0..... 7". :...... .2 4 2
Philadelphia- .........:.. .;... 3 ' 8 2
.-. Eatteries— Scott, Lange. Olmstead /and Snlli
van; Morgan;. I'lank ' and • Livingston. " .
\u25a0-.....-.. • .. . \u25a0 m^- \u25a0 • - . \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 - - -
;' ST. LOUIS, '.} Aug. 2.— St. Louis defeated
Washington '•\u25a0 in the ' second : game • of the series
today, 5 to 3. • Gray •• was injured in the second
inning by "a drive 'from Griggs'; bat and jwas
succeeded by " Relsllng.^ Lelivelt was '; spiked - by
: Xtwman in the fifth inning. Score: . - ' :
- . ; , R. H. E.
St. Louis .......:-........ 5 11 0
\ Washington *T.i~.~.. ..:........'.':. k ".."3;. 11- 2
Batteries — Kinsella and Stephens; Gray,"Reis
ling.and Henry. . - ;;-\u25a0" •
- \u25a0 - *._:'••-*'•* \u25a0 - •\u25a0, \u25a0" ' \u25a0 ' ;
: . CLEVELAND,-. Aur. . 2.— New. York-. took \u25a0 ad
! vantage, of Fanwell's ;'wlldrie(«s;*in ' the* first 'ln
' nhig \u25a0.to'"Fcore-cnough^runs.to-Cdefeat ; Clevelaud
today, yi ItchpH, ontpl tched i Hughes^ after \u25a0 the j sec
ond inning. The- batting, of -Knight -"and Stovall
was the; feature.. T-- -.r - %,- R.-. H.-. E.
Cleveland-. : :,:.. :./. .v. .'.'.'... r2 \u25a0 : ' 7- 1
Xew .Tfortt .....;..'.-. .......... ,"» -^ .-' 5 > - 0
\u25a0 Batteries— Kanwell and W. Mitchell; Aßemls,'
Hqghcsand J. Mitchell." f - •-.- ; ;
-...--\u25a0 \u25a0 • - - ••..-••*. .« ,-\u25a0 ..- . -.\u25a0: \u25a0- — ~.<
DETROIT. Ans. ,'2.'— Boston; took the": second
game,of the 'Detroit . today .^by. 11
foore iof 4 .to 3. . The : home team . rail led » in tlic
ninth '?. and i scored, two - runs; • , but : Kargeir, - who
relieved -.Wood* with • one ' out, i checked i the > cham
pioni». Collins ilost • his 1 effectiveness In x the , sev
enth and retired In favor \u25a0 of ' Wood. Score: .« \u25a0'';
\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0, '\u25a0 \u25a0 : \u25a0\u25a0}\u25a0 -\u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.. R.: H..-E.
Boston - ..' ..........,.......::. 4 ' 10 v •:- 0
Detroit ..\u25a0...."..:.:tt7.V.J..... .;..:' 3 : 8 I.', 2
. , Batteries^-Collins. -Woods.;.' Karger • and i Carcl
/gau;-^^Summers,-Wlllett^and'^Stanage.'-'- ; -.,.: - \ \
HIGH SCHOOLS ARE
READY FOR RUGBY
Lowell, San % Jose and Palo Alto
Complete Tentative Sched*
r tiles for Season
WILLIAM UNMACK
All. the; higli school football , mana
gers have practica liy t completed^ their,
respective football schedules, and ; the
season promises to be a ; particularly
bu.«y.. one. \u25a0 V.- ;" : ' \u25a0' v *'\u25a0 '\u25a0';\u25a0•. '- — , :;$?
Manager Heacock 'ot the .. Lowell
school; has ; announced the /schedule 6t
games for his team as: follows:! .
"August ,18. - vs. St. Ignatius 'college," fat St. Ig
natius : grounds. 'V \u25a0• - ->i \u25a0 - .\u25a0
-August 27. vs. Mountain View, high, ' at Moun
tainiView. " .
'\u25a0September 3, '-vs. University of Pacific, at San
Josp... \u25a0 ":' -\u25a0 '-'. . ; \u25a0 * :-: ." * ' \u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
•- September 10. vs.; Stanford' freshmen., at Palo
Alter. - , •-\u25a0-. - ;\u25a0.-. - '\u25a0<*--;> \u25a0 ' \u25a0. .- - - ..;- \u25a0 •
September 17. vs. Palo Alto high," at Palo Alto.:
.- September -21, \u0084vs. ,\u25a0 California"- { freshmen, V at.
Berkeley.-- "• , *"" \u25a0 -\u25a0."\u25a0;-" •'. -•- •\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : ' •\u25a0 ' ~>
September, 24, vs. Palo Alto high, at San Fran
cisco. \u25a0'.'\u25a0.- " '. •- . \.: ' •. \u25a0 \u25a0''----\u25a0.-—/,.'-' - \u25a0-'\u25a0 •\u25a0-;;.>- \u25a0;.'\u25a0\u25a0;
October 1. vs. Oaklaml high."" at Onklanrt.'
' October '{*,' vs. Berkeley high. lat" Berkeley.
- . -\u25a0 . - . :"-•' *."-\u25a0 •\u25a0- *•' - * -\u25a0\u25a0 >-\u25a0'
' Manager. Bowden . of i the ,\ San.. Jose
high team, has made arrangements -for
weekly . practice , games for his team
with both Santa Clara high, and the
Santa Clara college teams.; A. Stewart,
who : played- such a fine ;garne on the
Kan Jose - champion team -as a three
quarter 'last season, /has been unani^
mously elected to captain of^ the team
for ' the' coming season. J The \ Sari- Jose
boys will have a:large number of last |
year's veterans to clraw from.-particut
larly in the forwards,-, as 'J.-rßrown;
Douglas, Smitherun,' Hayes, .-Bowden;
Chase and Russel will be -out again.'for
honors. ; In the back , field I there are
only four veterans^ in \A. Stewart, S. £
Brown, Hazetine,,^and. Bacon who. have
returned to 1 school. Manager Bowden
has so ) far arranged the - following
games: .-. -". '^ . :-, .'. \u25a0'
"-. September 17, vs. Stanford freshmen, at Palo
Alto.'- -.. . • \u25a0 . - '-,- v \u25a0-"\u25a0• - :'"- .". \u0084- \ \u25a0 .;;"',
; September 24, vs. California freshmen,, at
Berkeley; \u25a0 ' .•' • \u0084. , ' •
• October' 1, vs. Mountain View^. high\ . at San
Jose. . - . ' . : : . ..-\u25a0_\u25a0'., \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0:
October S. vs. Oakland high., at Oakland.
\u25a0..\u25a0.November 41 vs. Santa Clara high at Santa
Clara. \u0084. ; • \u25a0.'•.- .-' •• '. - "-, '."
\u25a0 • .*"'•*.
Palo Alto' high does not open till
the end of ?• the : present month," but
Manager Ransay has V arranged a
lengthy \u25a0 schedule for: the . .team. . B.
Risling will captain the team and he
will play in his usual place on;the five
eighths line, where he made; good lant
year. Twelve of last year's members
will, be in ; harness againr> : >v'-5; :
•Darsie, last year's captain and ; Wi
lson have decided, to "enter Stanford
and will make a bid.,for the cardinal
baby.fi team.' The . games so (far ar
ranged for the Palo Alto .team follow:
September 17, vs." Lowell high, at Palo 'Alto. :
• September 21, vs." Stanford freshmen, at - Palo
AltO.: \u25a0 .'\u25a0,:-- ' -\u25a0-- "' -\u25a0:»\u25a0. -. -;.'\u25a0' •"\u25a0\u25a0'
September 24, vs. Lowell high at San Eran
clsco. --'"\u25a0 - • -• \u25a0\u25a0-.— '. •'\u25a0-', " .• \u25a0 '.• '-\u25a0 \u25a0 j
•September 2?, vs. Stanford freshmen, at. Palo
Alto.:- :- . \u25a0 \u25a0 ,-' ".\u25a0 . ;. . \•\u0084 >:';'\u25a0 - \u0084'/ \u25a0 \
• October. P." -vs. -Manzanita;. at Palo Alto. . \u25a0 ,",\u25a0
. October^ $.- '.?».' U. C; freshmen, «t Berkeley.
Ryan's triple to- center in the fifth wss a bean
tlfui swipe. , - ', :
. PACIPicf OCEAN '-TOaVel' J
-\u25a0'. - \u25a0-\u25a0 •\u25a0.•\u2666-.•\u25a0 -' ;\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0-' "\u25a0:-' -- \u25a0•- :\u25a0\u25a0'-'\u25a0- --- \
««fc. Steamer* leave from Broad- \
y^Vps-^Qiv way .Wharve* (Piers S
uy\to«| yA Low rate?. Including berth
I l'^3K« I I and meale. - i
II Yr^Ska/ J Special Round Trip Bate*, !
V^\ ">W XOS ANGELES - ~ j
N^agCfW/T. J ! i ; SAN ' DIEGO i /
' \u25a0' .^ N ** -rf ! > T; . :. ' •* • SANTA : BARBARA " " j
President or -Governor Alternate Mocdaya,"4 p. m. j
•Santa R05a '. ....... . .Every Thnrsday, II a.: m.
.. -*- 'Only . steamer calling at ; Santa" 4 Barbara. ;
SEATTLE !'\u25a0 (DIRECT), TOWNSEND;
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at .Seattle ifor Southeastern Alaska, j
" Skagway,': Dawson, Fairbanks and all points on
the: Yukon. \u25a0 "';"./ -- -"
President or Governor Alternate Saturdays. 2 p.m.
City of Puebla, UmatlHa or Qneen. .......... .
. . . ... . . . . . . . . . . .: • Alternate. Tuesflay*. 2 p.m. |
$37.50 Seattle and return," inc. berth and meals. |
EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY) j
State of" Cal.'. Augl* s.'; 10,-15, -20, 25. 30,^3 p. tn. T j
GUAYMAS, MAZATLAN,; LA* PAZ \\
ENSEN ADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO <1
Curacao .^li'.. : ... ..'. ...... Sun., -Aug. 7,; 12 m.j
Nome-St. MlcbiaelUmatilla. Aug. 24, 4 'p.m.
, I^AVEISEATTLE : - ' J
ALASKA CRUISES, 1910 * I
Spokane (last trip this season) .lAug. 9, 10 p.m.
NOME^ST. ;' MICHAEL
5enat0r. . ....:... •. '. ". : "\u25a0• r. ... . . . Ang.rie, Sept. 0
';\u25a0.:' -, Right reserved -to change -, this 7 Bchednle. ; %
TICKET OFFICES— ;PaIace . Hotel, % 653 Market
st., 16 ; Market at. " and Broadway wharf. .
*" Telephone Kearny 492. > "/ :-:
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. -, Tel.-; Oaklarid \ 5680.
« C." D. DDNANN, r General' Passenger 'Agent. V ., .
©AiVIEIWAN-HAWAIiAN
ST^MSHII|(^MPANY
Tehuant ipec! Route
Hesmlir F«ait F i*elsbt : Service
NEW^YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLAND*
sailing \u25a0• from New York every, six^days,
making direct '\u25a0 connecUon^wlth Paclflo
Bteamera sailing frpnw Sail na-^. Crua,
Mpv every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW j
YORK/ Also >to Mexican <- and all prin-
cipal » European ' ports '„ :\u25a0\u25a0. under ;: through i
rate and through bills of ladlnar/H Sail- \
Ings from San Francisco every; 12 days, j
For rates and further particulars ap^
ol y to DEARBORN i & * LAPHAM. "\u25a0:- Gen-
eral ..Agentsr 8 < Bridge i New
YoTk. WILLIAMS, ft DIMOND %\u25a0&% CO.;
General "Agents, Pacific Coast. ;
310 i Sansome (• SUt San Francisco. ::\ '\u25a0:.
I SEATTLE -TACOMA
'* : Bellinjthara. Anseortes. Everett, PortHTown-
!Mnd,' Victoria; Vancouver and all ; Alaska ,
'ports. - \u25a0 :"• ''\u25a0'\u25a0 > -'\u25a0'- '.*"*:'\u25a0-»\u25a0'•' '.'\u25a0-.\-~\ -.'•,'\u25a0-\u25a0 .-:'
iS. i S." ADMI RAL SAMPSON . . . .... . Aug. 2
; S^S.< WATSON -.'.;: ........ :'... : .-..".Aug.:- «
S. 5. i 8UCKMANJ. . .•:..;..;.... r. : -.; Aug. 12
LOS ANGELES DIRECT
- S S.i BUCKMAN =-*. . . -••' • •'• •• • '\u25a0•\u25a0 . . . Aug. 6
S S.^ADMIBAt- SAMPSON ." ...W.Aug. 12
S.i S. WATSON T- ••!:>.• " • " " • •• • • • : Aug.~lB
Alaska-Pacific Steamship Co.
\u25a0 \u25a0:• """• \u25a0 " ? \u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0- ; ,,;TICKET,BOFFICES: ;:j :v;-:,;--'";.^
General' Apent's Ot flee,"; Howard" Street Wharf
No. : 3 . ~> Ticket ;• Offlcps. r«o4.- Market 'i Street
~ "and - WS J Market \u25a0-' Street. ~ 'i ft, - t , r
; Sailings i from | Howard -Street ..Wharf; No.f 3.,
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
\u25a01..-'.. ;*;•-.\u25a0../.-. \u25a0;- -;\u25a0•\u25a0'\u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0. •• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0':•\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:- ; .--J :t '« -~ : -- -.\u25a0.-:•:•\u25a0••.. f... \u0084 -..?...-;\u25a0
"ORIENTAL; STEAMSHIP COMPANY *
S. S.V"Xenyo Maru" . . . . . : Tuesday, Aug.; 16, 1910
B. ; & lWipffon Maru'! ....". Tuesday, ; Btpt 1 6, s 1910
B. • a U'Chiyo ? Kara. :T7TTT. Xuaaday. > Oot 4,'t 1810
« s Steamers ,' sail I from i company's | piers, No«.r 42,
44,- near > foot; of Second et.y atrl p.-m.; for Toko-
bama t and Hongkong,^ calling iat | Hooolulu,*% Kobe
i ( Hlogo) | and % Nagasaki ? and t Shanghai, and | con-
necting t at ; Hongkong i with I steamera j for J Manila,
India etevS No cargo received on [board : on day of
Bailing.' Bound itrlp • tickets ; at \ reduced i rates. «rs
«^ For freight 2 and \u25a0> passage | apply sats of flee; 1 240
James fc Flood building ,«->•; .' W. : H.VA VERT, T T' :
:/\u25a0 .2,: -'.' i^.r-.i \u25a0'-"; v j AaMstant .General " Manager.';-',
;•-.;. • ..'.-;-; l.;'-.- ? - *-.'-'-; "j-i^^.'—-- -/C'"*.:'-- '"'\u25a0\u25a0;•..\u25a0. ;"'; "' • ;.;<
frAHVTlfAJmiy^i'Wi SKB A LAXD^sTs^
-"', Mariposa; sails : 115 a.1 m.f August i 6.* •>; " *
AfspecialiTahitij round -trlp ; sl2s,\flrst?claBB.
liniinillf II S.'S; 1 Sierra '(lo,oooitons7dls- : )
•^nilliULtLUjS placement) 'sails ' lV a.m.'TAug.^
J 20,> 1910-1 Special S round 'jtripj^lllO." first (class.-?
I OCE A N IC LINeS6T3 ; MktJ; ;tel. 9j9 j Keairnyi i 23lff
GIANT FARMER IS
CORBETT'S PROTEGE
M ites M cLeod, 21 i; Years Old and
Weighing 250 Pounds, May
' Challenge Johnson'
; BAKERSFIELD.; Xug. 2.^-TWfe ' ; - iden^
tity of James J.Corbetfs "unknown,"
who is slated, to win : back : the cham
pionship .honors from Jack; Johnson, for
the white race, was revealed thfs morn-
ing '• by; a^newspaperraan ; in the employ
of ; the"Californian \u25a0•;, of \u25a0": this ,-- city \u25a0 in a
message " from} Albany,: Mo' _;Miles : Mc-
Leod,; a i young} giant; 27 -years of -age
and weighing . 250^pounds, • is : Corbett'a
protege.^ - \ . r-'-X : A : ' .;. :'•':":'
. .The "message, which is from a strictly
reliable source, istates that ;McLeod has
signed a contract with; Corbett to enter
the ring - and .that ' he ; is": now;- secretly
recefvingboxing instructions^ from the
former* champion."--"- - • / \u25a0:\u25a0''.
'.Miles conies fromTa family of giants,
having two "brothers his size. He is a
collegemanr and an athlete. .'
Farmer's Son ; -
: l AIBANY. Mo.,; Aug. 2.-7 Miles McLeod
is, a .giant farmer,: whose "parents : - reside
near * here. 1 -He Hs- 6 feet "6 inches in
height and; powerfully ibuilt.* ~ V V~:— "•"
•:\u25a0 Recently , he .--' left, ; here ; for ~ Chicago,
and~ it was rumored he; intended, to go
into^training with- the purpose. of chal
lenging; Jack Johnson. .- ; : .. :
< His; parents are opposed. to: their, son
taking tup pugilism." say he
has 'never* had . a • prize ; fight. They re
gard the announcement" of his pugilistic
aspirations is a' joke.. I *; -
Bedwell Granted Another
Hearing in Case
[Special- Dispatch' to The Call]
CHICAGO, Aug. 2.— The Kentucky
state racing commibsion announced, to
day .that it : would reopen the case of
11. G. Bedwell, who with his stable was
ruled off the track. for the alleged dop
ing of the'i horse Nadzu. rat Latonia on
July *4. .-'• The .date ; for the * rehearing
has not been set. !v The commission: de
cided -;.; : ; to Vf reopen - the ".- / case -on B the
strength -of r an affidavit ; madei by 'Kiel
a; former employe of Bedwell,
who was. recently located at.Sheepshead
\u25a0Tn the -third Murray hit' by second and-Seaton
struck out;' Ryan hit to center and Murray went
to third. ; The \u25a0 Beavers ,looked ss ?if . they would
score, '-\u25a0\u25a0 but ; Olson : hit; « grounder « to '.Wares and
Ryan and Olson ; were,- doubled. V, .\u25a0 :'. \u25a0 V.,- ; .VVf/r
- " -'. RAILIVA : Y: TRAVEI/ '; /:\u25a0
/^^ Schedule Effective
p^*] June 12, 1910
y&JLAi/ — UXIOX! FERRY DEPOT
-•\u25a0J^Sjfi^'. '\u25a0 ';.V f:\tfSan* Francisco v;;!^;-
Leave. ' . \u25a0 Via SAUSALITO. „ \ \rrive.
t«isa Petaluma. Santa- Rosa.' *Healds-|; '.' *
' ; -'\u25a0 - burg, *Cloverdale, ,Gueruevl!l?,r ~
~Xf, : -; Monte ; Bio,". \u25a0. Duncan ;. Milts.)
' \u25a0 ~ Cazadero %<\u25a0../.\u25a0. '...V..V. :.'.."7:. i t^ : O^P
7:15* Sonoma. Glen Ellen -....:".:... .| 6:05p
['.7:43 a Petaluma, ;- Santa Rosa,. Xleahls-i
I burg. , Cloverdale, : Uklah,|
. \u25a0 WIHItJ", Sherwood-: .....:.... j 7:33p
'8:15 a Pt. Reyes, : Camp *Meeker, Caza-|
'"\u25a0-• der0:..... .....:.........) -7:33p
8:45 a Petaluma,' < Santa :Rwi,\>Giii*rni*-( \u25a0
% i ville, Monte ."/" Rio, Dnn^inl.,
\ +~; r ] Mills (leaves from Cara-| "
I; 1 ! ', 'dero) ........ ........; it" 7:05p
tD:l5a Sonoma. G1en. E11en .".........:.. JB:3,*>p
i J9:lsa Pt. ;Reyes. .."..\u25a0.-. .:...:.. .v:.. .. JB:osp
10:45 a Petaluma. Santa R05a.......... 4:35p
Pt.. Reyes, Camp, Meeker, Caza- -'\u25a0'<\u25a0
der0. . . : . . . . : . . . . . : . . .'.-. .:..*.: . •»ll:05a
3:15p Petaluma. .i Santa Rosa; Heatds-
;,«; - burg, -Cloverdale, Uklah. Guer-
' " nevtlle, i: Monte .- Rio." : Duncan
Mills, Sebastopol (to Caza-
dero, Saturday, and" Sunday).. 11:05 a
t3:lsp Pt. > Reye5. .. ....... ..... .:: .... $5:05p
,4:4.*tp]Sonoma,;Glen E11en..:... ....... •\u25a0". 9:03 a
: -5:15p Petaluma. Santa Rosa::. .v.".v.". \u25a0 8:35 a
; js:4sp]Pt.. Reyes v (leaves 7:15 p. m.
(^5unday5).;......:............. 8:05 a
\ : ELEOTBZO^ STTBTTHBAN VIA 1 BATJBAIJTO
1 . Sausalito, x Mill Valley, : San ',-; Eaf ael — Dally
' every : 30^ minutes -from' 6:45. a. :uj.. until 9:45
a..- m. ;* hourly until 2:45 p.m.,. then 3:15 p. m.
and every 30 minntes until 7:45 p. m., then 9:00.
10:35 vp. . m.Vand 12:01 : a. m. :-'- (On - Sundays in
addition— Every ,30 minutes • from 9:45 a. m. to
3:15 p. m.j; excepting 2:15 p.m.)- ~- *r.*---
Fairfax— Leaves t«:45, -7:13. '7:45; 8:15, 8:45,
8:15, - 9:45, . }10:15.' 10:43,: tll:15. S 11:45 . a.* m. ;
$12:15. 12:45.- tl:15, 1:45. 2:45. 3:15, 3:45, 4:15,
4:45, 5:15.^3:45. 6:15.' 6:45, -17:15, 7:45. 9:00,
|J10:35 p. m.;tl2:01 a. m. . \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 -.- V: , .
San Quentin via San Hafael— S:4s a. m., 1:45
p." m. :*'• .•\u25a0•,\u25a0-*\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0-•\u25a0•\u25a0'"\u25a0-' ' ..,- v * y'V .. \u25a0>\u25a0*". " \u25a0-•\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0;•\u25a0'
Tiburon and Belvedero-r-Week days,' 7:30, J>:00.
110:45 a. m." (112:45 p. m. r Saturdays only). 3:30,
5:30- p. m.;; Sundays— 7:3o,' 9:00. .11:00 a. m.;
12:30,, 3:30, 5:30 p. m.t and Jl2:olia. ; m^. . . • \u25a0-
..\u25a0 *Sundays ; 7:05 ; p.- m. \u25a0 "Monday only.
Sunday.* JSunday only/ only.*
{{Saturday and Sunday only. '; fVia Sausalito. *.
. . Pacific Transfer? Company's agents are. author-;
ized. to check, baggage direct from residence. .: ; \u25a0
fMUIR WOODS
'-' - '' - '\u25a0- '-'\u25a0'. OR •-- '-"\u25a0 ' :
IVIT. TAMALPAisI
r VIA' SAUSALITO FERRY/
, ' -FOOT OF MARKET *TREET .\u25a0.'.•-. |
Bauwd \u25a0 Trip 1 froa Saw ' FraiwUaa, $I.l*o j
U.tM ffuctoa s -^tr.MairWMfc^- I
We«M»y Saaaar Wee May Smmitr Wee May Saaiay !
4 9:45 a v«:lsa t7:2oa r 11:00 a -<7:28a11 0:10a
9:16 a 1:40p 11:45 a 1:40p -11:16*
\u2666 4:46 a ,9:45 a 02:40 a :12:50a r 4:1 4p 12:40 a
/.:.';\u25a0• r 10:45 a 4:20p > 2:40p a 9:50p
.:..;. ,11:46 a ri...;. 3:50p :::..:. 3:45p
...... t:4sp ...... 5:20p ;..... : 5:11 a
...... 3 :46 P..;.- .G:4op r....r. •«:«?
.".-.... w4;l6p®ToMt. Tamarp aiaonly r.~.%.^
i To Muir Sat. only.'vjt Mon. only, a Sat. onlv-.i *| Mair only.
I Ticket ; OfEces— Sausalito Terrj- and 874 Market '
In;-' - General Office— Mill Valley. California . \u25a0
I "Tirtn if Tanaiptls'* ul "*tt In" »ri ilww iw hr ntsts
: ; OCEAN SHORE ;': RAILWAY
Depot 12th^ and Mission— F.;S.^Stratton.l Receiver
Leave ; San; Francisco.' ''\}'Oi Leave ' Arleta.' -V> \u25a0
*A. M.8:00,i9:30.if10:50 a:m/:5:25.^ 6:40.- 11:20
P. M.3:00, = 5:40,5 15:40 P.M.:5:25. <f4:loi '
: - "Leave s Tunitas Glen : c A.M.', 1 18 : 15.' \ P.M.7= 3 :00.
.vJAlljtrains daily .except Sundays; only.' IMon-
days;only.*i|TunltaB;GlenrSaturdaya only."^Stage
for i San *, Gregorio 5 and S Pescadero. *.j. j -. { •,;; ; ; :.: :"-j] ~\ • ~~
' BAY ANA INTERUR.BAJ* ROUTES ."
ifiTpA rvAiUir-ROOf F
Marelalaod ttavfYardTVa'lieJo, NnpoVit.Helena
. • Beats leave 7XM, 0:45 a. m . 1 2:30. s 3:20.
Pbones: jtearny 406; Home C 4708.
\u25a0^yr7 : ATLANTfcKpCBAN^
FRENCH LINE
CIE. GLE/ TRANSATLANTIQUE.
DIRECT UNEwTOIBAYRE^PARIS
: '"Sailings * Every Thursday , and Saturday.'- y. «
; Bretagne* " . Aug. ! 1 1 1 La i LorraJneisept:- t
'Aml Provence. Aug." 18 L*s Provence. Sept.; S; '
5 Espagnc ; r. : VAug. 25|La j Savoier." Sept. 13 :
Extra Sailings-^Carry ing one! class "(II) cabin*'
.- .\u25a0\u25a0._.,-.' -passengers.:- ".>--/;
Chicago '\u25a0 ..".... i ". -.\u25a0*;•.' n. rr."^;.:": .*'.". ...Jn1y. 23'.*
Floridc 1 . . .'.'. . . . .'. .: :. ..'.'.-. .v. . .". . . .July 23 -
' i v.'"' FUG AZIg BROTHERS^ ,
> •..-;\u25a0• Pacific: CoastiManagers,";; _, ; . -
,-"•, -"• ; ' ; C3O l Montgomery;- st. ;-/.., vil^, - " ;
' \u25a0•..",\u25a0 : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0".\u25a0'•'Cabin Office. CKj Market *t. :\u25a0\u25a0, \u25a0 ':\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
'; TioStanl&d'Campus
Western -League
At St. Joseph— St.- Joseph ; 6. Des' Moines 3.
.At Penver — Denver 11, Omaha d.' \u25a0
At Wichita— Lincoln 9. Wichita 6 (first
game) : Wichita 1. r Linroln'o <sec»md came). • -\u25a0
RAILWAY TRAVEL
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\u25a0Pj^ pa H mm Fl BB 188 SB JM . ffflrnj XV ?: X S3 iccn Sa Sn B HmBM
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:• TRAINS LEAVE AWP ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM JULY 3. ISIO . " \u25a0
1 VIA" OAKUANO PIER . '
Leave \u0084 (Foot of Market Street) .. Arrive
2.15 a Nile% Tracy, Ijtthrop. Stockton,
: Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove, Sacramento.. 10.35*
\u25a0 6.40 a Hayward. Nfles, San J05e.......:.:.. ' 7.08 a
7J)Oa Richmond, Port Costa. Benicia. STusun.. -
, " " " % Dison. Sacramento, Roseville, Maryv
-, vflle," Redding,' Dun smuir........... 7.28 a
7.00 a Etmira. Vacavlle.' Rum5ey. .......... 7.28 a
7.00 a Davis, Woodland (Marvsville. Oro-
, ,- viUe), '\u25a0 Waiiams. MaxweU.' Wfllows,
Hamilton. Corning, Red 81uff....... 7.28 a
7^oaViillejo,* Napa, Calistoga, Santa" Rosa, \u25a0"->«»
\u25a0> '-•'-\u25a0\u25a0'\u0084 Martines. Sao 'Ramon, livermore.:. 6.08?
7.40 a Niles. Pleasan ton, ' livermore, Traey,-i- '-
-- >- ; ••Lathr0p.'5tbckt0a. .......;...:...;.. 7.25s
7.40 a Trecy.^Los Banos. - Kerman. Fresno. * 4.28p
aOOa Newark. San Jose.' Los Gatog. Wright.
\u25a0':: -i \u25a0 '\u25a0 : Fdton (Boulder Creek), SanU Cru». . . 5.48 a
8.20 a Port Costa, Martinei, Byron, Tracy,
Stockton,' Merced,";: Fresno, 1 Gosbrn
. f Junction (Hanfcrd, Armona), Visalia, .
;-!\u25a0> ->\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0' Porterville, Bakersfidd. \u0084. 4.48p
&20a Yosemite Valley via Merced.......... 4.48»
9.00 a Niles. Livermore,. Stockton (*M2ton), "
-.- Valley Spring, lone, Sacramento.... . 4.28 a
9.00 a Soaora, Tuolumne and Angd5........ 4^Bi
9030 a Atlantic Express— Sacramento. Trac-
kee, O?den, (Lake Tahoe), Salt Laks
\u25a0 City, Denver. Kansas City, Omaha.: .
Chicago 8.28 a
'\u25a0- 9.40 a Richmond, Port Costa. Martinez,, '•' ''"; ;
- ; -Bay P0int^^..;....'....... ....... 6.48 a
1020 a Vallejo llaro Idand. Napa. . ......... 1 1 .28*
I d2oa Los Angeles Passenger— Fort CosU.
V'r'T'. "" Martinet. -Byron, Tracy. . Stockton,
\u0084' Merced. Frwno, (Hanford, Coallasa, • •
Visalia,) Bakertfield. Los Angeles 7.48p
-\ 10.40 a San , Francisco • Overland Limited—
. 1 - Kansas \u25a0 City, Sf Louis,
-\u25a0'--•><.- Onwhft. Chicaga.....;....^.».c...... 5.23?
: IliOa ShasU Limited— Portland, Tacoma.. -
5eatae.t....:..'...... ...".....;.. 8.18?
12.00n Goldfield" Pass.— Port Costa, 1 Benicia. "
". \u25a0 : Sacramento, Truckee, - Haien,->Wa-;.
buska (Yerln^ton, Mason)," Miaa, .
•-\u25a0 • Tonopab, Goldheld, Laws. Keeler.... 7.48 a
t tZOOn Maosville, Chko, Red Blufl .-....."..» 4.28 a
1.20 a Niles, Irvineton, San Jose. \u25a0• 2.48 a
', 1.40p San Leandro, Nfles, Centerville, ( 9CBa
\u25a0" '\u25a0* - Nawark, San J05e.*..'.: . : . : . . . . .":: i 7.25p
: 140 a Newark, San Jose, Los Gato?, Wright.
-. Feltoa (Boulder Creek), SanU Cnxi.V 9.18 a
2.40p San Leandro. Niles, San J05e.. :......- 928 a
". 3.00 a Benicia, Wintsrs, Sacramento— Wood-
' • : " % land," • Marysvjlle, * \u25a0 Oroville— Yolo, '"\u25a0 -• " ' .'
;-•;''\u25a0-•"•\u25a0'-% Arbuckle, Wflliams. W2lows. lu.*3a
v 8.20 a Port ; Costa (Stockton), . Martines, f 1 2.08»
- Cyron, Modesto, Mercetl, Fresno r. I (I. lBa
-' &43b Va Sausalito, Wert N»pa, St. Helena. - • .-,.
! . Calistoga . . . ,Y.\ ;. . . . . . . . : . 10.35 a
4.00p Vallejo, Napa," Cklirtosa,. SanU Rosa, '
' \u25a0""\u25a0\u25a0-'"-Martinei. San Ramon, Livermore.. . 9.28 a
y 4.00p Niles (Centervflle),Llvermore,Traey,f 1028 a
v 5t0ckt0n, L0di;....'.: :.......... I 11.18*
4.40 a San Leandro, 'Hayward, Niles, Pleas-
- .^'' vanton,". Livermore,, Tracy," Newman,
v Kerman, Fre5n0...... ....:.....:.. \u25a0 1 1. 1 Si
' 6.00p Port Costa. Benicia, gscra- ': --; *~»
•;,;. •-\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 mento. Roseville," Marrsvills. Oro-rille ; 1128 a
' > 5.00s RinoeU, San Jose, Los Gatos. . ..':.:.'. \.- 928 a
i5.00p -Wright, Fdton, SanU Crai... .. ..... aS.2Ba
,5.20 a San Leandro. Niles, San J05e......... 7.48 a
y6.00» Owl Limited— Los Ange1e5.....:.... B.oBa
' 6.40 a Eastern Express— Ogden, Pueblo, Den- ..
-\u25a0 ~-'.v- , •?' ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chkajto.r v
.. ' Port JCosU. 4 Benicia,'-! Sacraniento, .
Reno. Bparks .*? .T.'r.-.r.T.V.V. .... \u25a0 8.28b
. 6.40p Lak«s Taho« 51eeper...:..;........ 7.48 a
c* 6.40p Hayward,Niles and San J05e . . . . . .". . • 6.48p
" J7.00p Vallejo, Port Costa, : Martine*. \ Bay. . -
and Way Sutions. .... .;.;.. \ lt . l Bp
7.40 a Richmond, - Port'- Costa* Martmex,
:-v: -v' •"'"'•" W* Cornwall, 1 Tracy, Lathrop.' Stockton. - 12.48p
." 820p Oregon Express-rDavis, (Sacramento),'
-\u25a0''• . • :\u25a0.:":: \u25a0 .:": Wmows,. Redding. (KJamath'. Falls),- •
Ashland, Portland, -Tacoiaa, Seattle,
i* ; Spokane:. ::^.V:.r.::r.:^.r::.:^.. 9.08 a
' 9.00p China and Japan '« Fast i Mail— Ogden,
.*. > Cheyenne, "DenTer.Kanraj City, , .
\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0-...\u25a0' Omaha, Chicago. rJr;'?il.-f??~~.'?.':. 2.48 a
9.00p Port Costa, • Benicia > Sacramento, Col- i. -V
-. r -;• • . i fax. Truckee.'Reno,' Spark*,". Onden. . - ' 2.48^
' . 9.40p Yosemite Valley .: Sleeper via Merced .
*;"- to E1P0rta1:.:..".. :....:.:. ...... 8.28 a
.«. 9.4oa ;Bakersfield* s 'McKittrick. 'Monarch.' ; -..; .
; -. Moron,*. Fellow fr". *:V. ;'.:.". ."'-..'. 8.28 a
9^4op Richmond,*; Por- CosU, iTracy.'^ Mo- *
desto. Merced, . Fresno. ;. Hanford.
\u25a0« :J Coalinga' Visalia, a Tulare.... ...... . 8 fc>a
j I I.OOi San Leandro. Niles, San Jose .T.: . .. . : 7.08 a
1 1 40p Portland Express ---Sacramento. Marys- \u25a0
\ , \u25a0;'- • ville. Red Bin?. Weed; Ashland. Rose-" -
-. '\u25a0 burg. Portland.'-Taroma. Sta ttle.' .'. . : . : »228p
\u25a0ETHERLAHO'S ; ROUTE-Frotiii i Paelfle Street Wharf {
; - i Collinsvill^ Emmaton," Rio Vista* lsleton, Ryde. '.Wal-
nut Grove.'jVorden,' Courtland," darksburjt." Sacramento; 5
P Stvamsr * Mavajo.- leaves San FrandscoB:oo a. m. dally
except Sunday.' stopping at points shown, arriving Sac-"
ramento 6:00 p.nvt- Leaves Sacramento 9^oo p.m. daily
except Sunday (no stops en routs), arriving San Fran-
cisco 5:00 a.m/ : \u25a0:'-\u25a0 \u0084 . .jr - ' -- -:,- f-.--.-vv
it; Staamtr. Matfoc or Apachs, leaves San Fra-ciseo 1.00
p.m. Daily, except' Sunday; arrive San Francisco 11.30
'p.m^» i--ji-\ \u25a0.:<\u25a0-\u25a0.\u25a0. :\u25a0.:,\u25a0.-. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 *\u25a0 -:-,,::\u25a0:- \u25a0• ,s.. ::.<•::..-..\u25a0."
OAKLAND : HARBOR FERRY— From ? Un ; Franetea,
Market Strtet, Wharf— Week. Days— Hourly from 6.C0
S Km:] t0 } 9.00 p.m. sSondays-6.45.s Sondays-6.45.' 8.15. 9.45. ; 11.15
p-f a.m.^ 12.45. 2.6, 8.43. 5.13. &45. 8.15 and 9.45 pjn.
%^i LOCALS FERRYiTRAIMS-^naAUnwaa Har. v 6 -^J-
To^jOaJUamJ and i AJanwda— tfi.lo4t6.4s a.mr and then
\u25a0 10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7 45 d m : then
» &80, 9115.-; laOO.'. 10745, 1L» pjn.'and 12.feTm!^
•Ta Alamtfa and Frtritvate via Hormhoa atma at afcava.
,J a for Morning*^ for Afternoon. .; : t Sunday exeepted.
: ? '.i J Sunday only.'S; { Saturday and Sunday only, r -
-. V-^ / ;; g i aSunday and Monday only/ '. --. Z-^Z-"-.'.,-
f- fit Union Co. ' authoraed -to check Baggage
; direct fram residence,":: -C 1 : : \u25a0.-., .-.;.\u25a0 ...-\u25a0-; . .;.:.».
FOOTBALL STAR
WILL REJOIN TEAM
M ember of Noted Alt California
Team of l9oß Brings Joy to
. Cardinal Rooters • v .
[Special Dispatch to The Call}
. STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Augr. Jl—
George C. Faulkner, a former, football
star; and. 'a -member.Vof ' the Ail.'.Cal!
fornJa - team ; bf>l 90S."* "will return to
college , this fall: and will be a.candi-
date "for ' liis ; , old. ppsitioa' "as - t full.
"Faulk" .was 'a star player *".in.V, thd
Intercollegiate team. of two years ago
and -his ~ sensational stop of the -fast
California rushes won forl- rbim" the
plaudits of all the spectators.
* Faulknerleft college after that sea
son and has since .been the physical
director of .St! ; . Mary's, where he has
had. charge of the football, basket ball,
and- track squads. \u25a0 He .was. highly re
garded "there and turned :t: t out- strong
teams- during! his leadership "In; Oak
land. Last season Faulkner was a
member of the" -Olympic team and
played several positions on that ot
ganization-in a capable manner. ' He li
a clean athlete and stands for college
amateur sports.
The "possibility of "Mow" Mitchell:?
return for another season and the sure
return oft "Mickey' 1 Evans are regarded
as giving the players down this way -a
splendid chance.- of successfullyconi
petlng with the representatives of the
blue and gold this fall. The injection
of new blood, which Was regarded £s
almost varsity material last fall,, win:
mean that the old Stanford, reputation
of turning out a fighting team win; be
maintained.. Coach .Presley is already
hard at. work on outlining his fall
program. }.
The cardinal delegation on the team,
that has spent the summer in . Aus
tralasia was largely raade up of play
ers that will not compete again for the
university. \ . : .- . ; \u25a0 \u25a0
31ORE LEEAVAY FOR AUTOISTS
[Special Dispatch to The Call] '.
; SAN Aug. 2.— Following;
the protest of the Mariii County gocid
roads association and ihe complaints
of many automobilists ai the strict
enforcement of the state law regarding
auto speeding, M.J. Pedrotti. a mem
ber of: the board of. supervisors.- said
today during the session. of the board
that he would allow, autoists' to? travel
up to. 28 miles an hour in. his road dis
trict. Supervisor' L.;C. ,'Plstolesi de-i
clared'such a speed, would not be al
lowed in his district around curves' or
."over bridge-s?. - . \u25a0 v
VIA COAST UINB ." :: "';:'
LeaTe . (Third and Town«f!iJ Sfaeets)-'- . AriilrB-; •
t5.25» Loop— 23d Street. Visitacion. South ; " •'
" San Frsncwco. Vslencia Street : . .t6.35» - ;"'
|5.35 i Loop — Valencia Street, Ocean View,. * -^
Cemetwiw, South" San Fraacisco, '. •"\u25a0-\u25a0.-"•. *,
23d Street, 3rd »ad ToTnaead." 't6.45»" ..
6.20 a South San Francisco, San Jo». Gilroy, . . .=\u25a0 ;
(Hoilister}, Sars«n.t, Pajaro, Wataoa- ". . . ":
\u25bcflle. Santa Crui... :....:..., 7SQ9V.
Tooa Monterey Sunday Excursion ...-. IO.50p"
t?00* South Saa Francisro. Palo Alto. San \ \u25a0 f7.2C» '
Jose. Way Statwns .....:.. j " • 7^C* •".
7.00« Jlayfidd.Los Altos. IxsGatog.. ." t7^op ".
8:00 i Shore.- lino Limited— Pa«o Hoblei
HotSprisgs, Saata Barbara, Los • '-'\u25a0
Anjsles. '.~ :.'...:... 9.33 a
BDS« The Coaster— San Jo». Bajflro (Wat.. • .••" '• •
\u25a0oaville. Santa " Crai). CftstrOTJjle, ' \u25a0-"-.\u25a0--
(Dri Monti?. SloifttTfy. Parific Groye>, • • •'.-'; , \u25a0',
. , Salinas, Soledad, Paso Kobles Hot
Springs, • San ' Lois Obifpo, Surf. ' . ; •;•
(Loapoc\ Saata Barbara, Ventara, -
Omard, Los Angeles ..' 11.45*'
8.20 a Mayfield. Lp» Altov Los Gatos, Wright, \u0084 • .
Glenwood( Bocldir Crtek), Santa Crua, " . • " ,
WatsonTille. CastroTiile, Dd Monte. :'
Monterey, Pacific Gtotc. - . 9.13 a .:
B.ooa San Jose. Gilrov, Saliaag, P»so Robles " y ' "
. - Hot Springs, San Luis Obin>o-^-Treq /
Pinos— Wataonrale, Santa Crua, Del ' • •
Monte, Monterey, Pacific GroTe. .•... '4.COs •
10.40 a South San Francisco. BuHingame. San •- * .
Uateo, Palo Alto, tan Jcse "f&3oa
- 10.40 a Los Altos, MonU Vista. Lo« Gatos. . { * ' \,
1 1.30 a Valencia Street, Octan View. Cola*. " . ... -. :
Cemeteries, Baden. San Bruno. " !.35(» •".
H.4oa South San Francisco. San J0e5....... :f8.20a- •"
l.00» Saturday Pafo Alto Local:.. .• .fi.OCl' -
2.00p Del Monte Express— ftia Jow..Gilroy.
V.",-, y, Sargent (Watsonyille, Santo Crua). '\u25a0 . \u25a0'• •
De! Monte, Monterey, Pacific GroTe. - : s "'.'
' (Salinas)..... ..•....;./...:.. I2^»|i
2JISa South Saa Francisco,' Palo Alto, San V • •-
: J0ar.".. .......... ;....V.t...».:.. a4oa' . '
12.05 a Loj Altog, Monta Msta, Los Gates'. .. " |3^op ' .'
3.00p South San Francisco. San Mateo, Sas ;
Jose. Gilroy, Tre» Pinos, Salinas. .:. 10.10 a .'
3.00p Wataontille. Santa Cnw. Castroville* • ' -T*
Del Sionte. Monterey. Pacific Grore. lO.lCa
3. 1 5t Msyfield, Los .\ltos, Los Gates, Wright •
(Boulder Creek), SanU Crui........ " 11.05 a" .
.4.001 Sunset" Express — Tuencn. Deming, "/ •• ~
Q -Paso, -Houston," New Orleans." " •"•
. Paao Robles Hot" Eprine?, San Luis'
. Obispo. SanU Barbara and Los Aageles .- 10.55 a -
*XXSp Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago...... ICSSa ;
4.20» South f?an Francisco. San Joae tSCOa "
t4.S5a Hayaeld, Los Altos. Los Gatos, Glen-
- wood, Fdtoa (Boulder Crtek). Santa ;•" • .
Cm 5....:..:,......•.....:......:. tl.lßi
t5.00» Burlinjaaje. ' San Mateo. Palo "Alto.
-.: 'San Jos« and Way Stations....;.... 9:4oa'
. t5U5p Loop— 3d Street." Visitacian. South
'j£- tt Fran Cisco," Valencia Street.....; * f8.15» .
\fs2oa Redwood. Palo Alto. Saa ioee. .'...;.. I.IO#, '
t5.20t Los Altog, Monta Vista. Los Gates... " t32Ca .
t525p Buriinsarue. San Mateo. San Jo«e t3.2Ci •
t5.30§ Loop— ValancLi Street, Ocean "View. "••
Cemeteries, 'South San Francisco. * - * •*
-.. 23d Street. 3d and Townsend.. ..... **40a
5.40 - San Bruno, San Mateo. Redwood, Pal*
. Alto, SanU dam, Ean Juse ;, . 7.35*. ;
J5.40? Los Altos, Los Gatos Santa Cnu... {9.40 a •
t6.00» Millßrse; San Kateo, Palo Alto, May-
\u25a0."^•^^-Jefd. Loa Altoa,- Lo«Gatot.-.:- fB.ooa '
t6.05» 23d",St»eet. -Visitacjon. 'South gaa * •••
-_ Francisco, Valencia, Street.. ... .....' "t7.15r '-*•
|6.23» Loop— Valencia Street, \u25a0 Ocean View,'. ," •'
CeneCeriea, • South « San \u25a0 Francises. : >.
... 23>i Street, 3d and TownKnd.r...:"; \73O*.'
a3O» Sooth San FranciMO. San J05e. .....: 5.40 a
8.00 p The Lark— Paso ' Robles Hot Spring,
'\u25a0'•'".'- SanU Barbara. Lm An jelet." .'....-... • 9.30*.
8.05p Los Angeles Pa ssenpr—Gilroy, Salinas, ' : *
, Paso, Robles Hot Sprfogs. "San Luis • .•-'-'••-
\u25a0*.« " Obispp.SanU Barbara and Lo* Angeles -a3oa
f 10.00 a San Jose and Way Stations-..-. . . : . 7 20» *
11.45b South San t Francisco, Palo Alto. San
-Jote.-;::"....-..-.r;.^.-;.-.. ...:......- 7.45 a ..
\u25a0>\u25a0..-'•; LOCAL FERRY TRAIHS-Vla Oakland Pkr.
T«. Oakland. Berfctlty, \u25a0? Berryman. \ Eatt Oakland and
. Fniitvalt-n-Dafly— From.ltCO ajo^ an"d eTery twenty
JS?^ y ta " *-°° Jn - in^usrve: then ; 7.40. B^o,
; 9.00, 9.40, 10.20. \ 11.00. ,11.40 p.m., 12.20- and
1.20 ajn. ;;."*" - ' -. -. ' %
To Sather and MsVom via \u25a0 Savanth i St— Da3»^-From
6J» a js»4 and eTery twroty minutes unta t.OO p.m.
mchiwre. -then 7.40. -8.20.- 9XO. 9.40. -10.20, ILO. .
and 11.40 p.ra. - ...*\u25a0. '.-.-.-. -:-\u25a0\u25a0 .
Ta Stonehartt— Da3y Except Sunday— 6.00, 7.00. B.C0 t
; 9.00 ajn^ 2.20. 3.00, 4.00. 5.00. d.40 p.m. .. Sunday
.only MO, KM ajt,^Loo. 2.00, 100, 100. iJOO
.'SMvjn.' - • \u25a0 '.;\u25a0-..;: \u25a0. •. - \u25a0 \u25a0-.-. \u25a0
To Oakland Firtt St. . Fre«vtl«, Alameda. v<a KaruthM '
.—DaQy— From; t6.oo.. 6^o ajn. and wery twenty
. minutes - until 120 a.m. inclusive; then 9.C0. 9.20,*
iaoo. 10.20. 11. Q0. 11.20 s jn.. 12 m^ 12.20 . L00. UO.
-2.00, i.20,. 1.0a 3.20, J3.40 pjn. and e«ry twenty
roiautes until T p.m. inclusive; 7.40. 8.20, 9.00, 9.40,
ia2O.;ll.OO. and 11.40 p.m.,5 12.20 and L2O aja. \u25a0
Additional train to Oakland First St. ?.15 ajn. *
Ta • W«t B«rlcstey— Da2y ~ Except Sunday— From' 1C0 1
: -. aja. and: every; twenty minatesnntiJS.2Oa,m-indu-
«ve: then 9.00." ajn.* and every hour nntfl 100 pja. "
inclusive: then' 4.20 pm. and. errry twenty minutes ,
-'-. mti'7.oo p.m. iadusive: then 7.40 pjn., 8.20.-9.C0,
. 9.40. ia2O, l LOO. 11.40 pjn. and 12.20 a jd. .
Ta ' W««t > Bark clay —Sundays 1 only— From 6.00 a j»..
; : then 7J00,>7:40, 8:20, 9.00 ajn. indmive; then 9.20
, ajn.' and every twenty minutes 7.00 pjn. incluav*: "
,tthen 7.4OTnLnW &20.9.C0. 9.4 a 10J».- 11.00, IL4O.
p.m. and -12.20 a.m. "-. , ;->.».«, . •»-• ---. \u25a0\u0084-*..\u25a0 -. "
Ta Cartin— DaOy Except Sm«&T--Fnßn 6.00 aju. and
"-" evwy* 2o - minutes -\u25a0 untfl &.20"a.ra. mdustv*, ,then '-
• 9.00. 10.00 a.m^ 12.00 m^' l.oo. 2.00. 3J00.100. 120.
5.00, 5.20. 5.40 and aoop.m. , . •> • -
Ta Cor bin — Sundays only— From 8.00 aj%. th«n 9.00
\u25a0 . \u25a0; a jru,' 1 9.20 < ajn. aad - every twenty minutes ; until '
. 6.00 plm.'. -' \u25a0- \u25a0- \u25a0 . :>\u25a0: \u25a0--.:', :.-.:.'." ;\u25a0 i \u25a0 .; ; - .
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