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Last Event on the Card, Relay
Race, Decides Day's
The League of the Cross Cadets {
packed the south side playgrounds to
its limit yesterday afternoon at their
annual track and field meet, fully 5,000
people crowding within the inclosure.
It was the greatest meet ever held by
the soldier ladf=, everything; running!
off smoothly. j
The contestants were all in fine con- j
<lition. as was shown by the excellent j
performances, and Superintendent Bay.]
Daugherty had the grounds in the \
best of shape.
The cadet band was in attendance
and delighted the large crowd with its
popular melodies. Mayor McCarthy |
pper.t a grood part of the afternoon
with th# boys and enjoyed the meet,
congratulating the officials on their
It was a preat fight for the cham
pionship and it was not until the last
event, the relay, was -run off that Com
pany A of this city was declared win
ner, with 44 points: Company X of
Oakland second, with 42: Company L,
£; staff officers. 7. and Company B. 5.
All of the events were closely con
tested. William Garvin. Mervyn Joy
and William Hobur*r. all prominent
Olympians, were responsible for the
majority of points scored by the win
ning team. Major J. Raleigh Kelly
was the only staff officer brave enough
to don bis spikes, winning the quarter
mile and getting third In the running
high jump.
The tug of war between Companies
L and B was won by L
The officials for the meet were;
Referee and starter. Herbert Hau«i»r: judges
of fini»a, J. Martin. P. T. McMahon: T. P.
O'Dowd. Dan D^ran: fi«>ld judge?. William Mina
hsn. William Flannagan, Rer. Fathrr Richard
Co'lin*: timers, George Schlitter. Ray Oonlisk;
cleric »f coarse. Ray Daugfaerty.
The results were as follows:
75 T«rd duf-h— First heat won hy Ed Martin
Ni; second. Duggan (Company At;
time. 6 4-5 seconds. Second beat »on by Mer
rjn Jor (Coapgny At: second. Olf^n (Company
N); time, •> 4-5 seconds. Third heat won by
Frank Smith <Comp«ny JSf); second. Raiei;-h
Kel!y <staff; : time. 6 4-5 seconds. Final beat'
•*r<ya by Ed Martin (Company N>: spcond, M.
•J«vr u':omnsnr At: third. F. Smith (Company
4 minute* 52 2-5 i-eronds.
One ciiic run—Won by William Garrln (Com
f.any A': sef«nd. Joseph Ferguson (Company X*:
third. William Hoburj (Company At. Time,
4 minutes 5 2-5 srvonrt*-.
120 yard low hurdles — Flrrt brat won by
Frank Smith (Company Nt: second. Kelly <Com
p«ny A*: time. 17 seconds. Pe^ood beat won
by Kefir iCom^ny A); time, 17 1-5 seconds.
Hrvburg (Company A»: time, 17 1-15 seconds.
Third lieat wad by Suli;t»o. CCompsny A> : ee<-
ond. Ll"y<l < Company N);" tlm»-. 17 secrmdf.
Final beat won \y Sulllxan <Ompany A): sco-
F. Smith iCompany N): third, G. Martiu
« Company Si : tlm*. l«J 3-5 *e<-nndf.
4*o y«rd run — Won by J. Raleigh K«>llj
• staff): Feeond. Merryn Joy CCompany A>; third.
YA Msrtln (Totapsny N>: time. 55 2-5 secendp.
Officer** race. 120 yards— Won by Green
»»ts.STt: second. Slltr (Company N».
22^ yard dash — First heat won by Merryn Joy
< Company At: s*cond. Olsnn (Company Nt;
titae 2.*> seconds. S^<v»nd b^at won br E>d Mar
tin <Gomp*Ey Nt; time not tsk»n. Third he»t
\u25a0won by Frack A. Smith <Company X>: pe\->nd.
TVtmrsn (Company Ai; time.- 25 seconds. Final
-heat won by E<l Manln (Company N>; peeond.
M. Xr<j (Company A>: third. F. A. Smith (Com
pany N>: Time. 24 4-5 «;e^onds.
Two mile run — Won by William Gsrrln fCom
r«ry A<; s^fouil. James MKJm> (Company Dz
third. Willism Hoburg (Cooipany A); time, 10
c*.!nut<»f! 4K sf>«-on<s!e.
WO y«rd rim — Won by Jo^pph Ferguson (Com
pany N't: M"»on»!. ti«» het^xn PullfTan (Com
pany A i sn<i William rinburg A>:
tim«. 2 minut«H« 2fi iMvon/Js.
Fir*> mile run — Won by James McGee (Cbm
rany L>: William Hohurr (Company A«:
third. Connolly (Company At: time, 30 minute) 1
3<? *«x-oriiis.
S.«> yard rrlny — Won by Company X. with
Ferguson. t.loyd sntl TA Martin: second,
Company A: tln>«\ 1 minute 47 seconds.
Running high jump — Won hr Georc* IJoyd
iCotnpitry Jf|: second. R. T>loyd N>
third. J. Ralfigb Koily (staff). Height. 5 feet
9 inches.
Rtmninc brr^ad Jump — Won by George T,loyi]
iCorapiny Ni; second. Morryn Joy '(Company
.\>: third. Dugan (Ompany At. Distance. 19
f«>pr 11 incbe.«.
Sbotput — Won by Mah*>r (Company Bt; sec
ond. Kelly (Citnpany At: third. Smith (Com
j>Rry N». Distance, rj" fe«>t 11 inches.'
Tug of war — Won by Company L,. with J.
Ade. J. FRgan. J. Broderirk. B. Casey, p. Dlg
nar. «J. Wb.it<» and M. Striir.a: second. Com
peny B. w-ith A. Smith. P. Maher. J. Dargan
J. Dillop. P. Coney. J. Murray and L. Pelgcn.
Princeton Eleven Leads
College Teams
BOSTON". Nov. 6. — The football sea-
Fon will close in two weeks and sev
eral, championship games are scheduled
for next Saturday. The semifinals were
reached yesterday, and of the eastern
rollpgres Princeton is placed first. The
Tigers have scored SS points and their
opponents none.
Although harvard was scored, upon
hy Cornell yesterday, the power of the
crimson is so manifest that good
judges place the Cambridge eleven
close to Princeton.
The navy, which lias not yet been
scored upon, is jriven third place, Dart
mouth fourth find the army fifth.
Tale's record on the basis of points
pcored by her games played thus far is
now ninth. Yale has been defeated
by West Point and Brown and tied by>
The standing of the first nine col
leges is:
Oppo- Oppo-
Oollege — S^ore nent* College — Score j\*t\\*
Princeton.. P* 0 Penn'rania 172 13
Harrard -.137 3 Cornell ...141 2«>
N«ry £1 <* Brown K3 41
Dartmouth HI *. jYale. S3 38
Army <* 9
San Francisco Soccer
. Team Wins
Just when the soccer game between
the San Francisco and Independents
looked like a deadlock yesterday the
San Francisco boys made -a desperate
rally and shoved Jthe sphere between
the uprights for the only goal 'of; the
game at Freeman's park, Oakland.'..
The teams: - ;
<«gn Francisco — Clements. . J Gates. Jewtett.
Hates. Perkins. Spencer, Priest, Haiffh, Garrte, i
Baton and Glaf*. " \u25a0. ,
Independent* — Kyle.' Carton.. Spauldisg, Mcln- :
trre Anderpon. Soutar. MHthlcs.cn. T. . Fay,
j'aroieson. Bremner and Mahon.%
The Vampires and Thistles played a ,
rough game at the Alameda grounds.'
the Thistles winning out by a score 'of !
2 to 1. after being 1 to the : bad-at the
interval. .
Thr Pastimes scored a 3 to 1 victory
over the Soldiers at the Presidio ath
letic grounds, but thef club boys did
not try "very hard.
' The Alamedas defeated the Oakland
team in a game played under the aus
pices of the Bay Counties soccer league
at the Oak ajid Clement street sroundr,
• .Aiameda," Tlie score- waas to 1:
J Start of finalhcaiin 75 yard 'dash 'at 'League >/ 'jGifoa/ games.VL>cfitojight,EdMarlm^M
Peerless Coffee Team Trimmed
by Crack $t. Mary's Col
lege Players
OAKLiAND, Nov. 6. — The Phoenix
nine of St. Mary's college handed the
Peerless Coffees of San Francisco a
2 to»0 defeat on the college diamond
this afternoon In a close game." A
mixture of errors, a squeeze play and a
timely outfield fly gave the Phoenix
their two runs. The score:
R. H. E.
Phoenix 2 4 1
Peerless Coffee 0 2 3
Batteries — Leonard and Miller; Mad
den and Wilkenson.
•• \u25a0 . • •
The cnllcglans of. St. Mary's oollpge and the
Goodyear team put up a scrappy game of ball on
the college diamond this forenoon, the game ter
minating with a squabble in the serenth inning.
Sootp: \u25a0 R. H. E.
Collegians " 4 « 2
Gortdvpsrs 4 9 4
Bat'eries — French- and Remmerj Erans and
.i* - • «
STOCKTON, Nov. 6. — The Tokay
league game, at Oak park this after
noon between Gait and Tully & Byrnes
of Stockton went 11 inningß, each side
having made considerably more errors
than runs. Gait took the game by the
score of 5 to 3. Tully & Byrnes tied
the Sacramento county team in the
eighth inning and after several more
errors by both sides Gait scored two in
the eleventh. The score:
R. H. E.
G«H - 5 9 9
Tiillr & Byrn.ee. 3^ 3 13
BatterleF— Gait. Rohwer and Smith; TuHy &
Byrnec. Shlnn and Gieseje.
The Phono Braves defeated the Athletics in
the morning game. Both sides put up good ball
for tix Inn&gs, but the Athletics went to pieces.
The score: , . R. H. E.
Phooo Brates 6 « 2
Athletics 1 «- 4
Batteries: Phono Brares, Meyers and Klcntz;
athletics, Scully and Fox.
OAKLAND, Xot. 6. — The Emeryville baseball
team took a game from the Ashland nine on the
EmTyrille grounds this afternoon. The fea
tures were the pitching of Sinclair and Beach,
the hitting of . Irwln and a running ca tch by
Left. Fielder Mensor. Score: It. H. E.
Emeryville 5 2 3
A*hland 0. 3; fi
Batteries — Sinclair and Crosswait; Beach and
Broad, Held.
« » •
HAY WARD. Kov. 6.— The Bohemian ball team
of Oakland sprang a sensation this afternoon
when they marched out on the home lot,, and
handed the fast playing local nine a 9 to 0 de
feat. From the first ;. Inning, when Sperry
bounced the ball oft the left field fence for a
two bagger. Johnson, who pitched- for the locals,
was an open book. Score: . R. H; E.
Rohemians » 12 2
Harward 0" I 7
Batteries — Healon and Moore; Johnson and
• - • •
OAKLAND.' Not. 6. — The Monarchs slipped
another game into tbelr win column' when they
defeated the Rlncon Hill team of San Francisco
this afternoon on the Twenty-third avenue dia
mond. The feature of rac game was the pitch-
Ing of Akerly and Geary. Score: R, H. E.
Monarcbs .;...•.... 5 9 f4
Rincoln Hill 3 4. .3
>i Batteries — Akerly and Williams; Geary and
Kevall. , \u25a0 - , ?
- " - * .• .' •v. •
CORBIN. Nov. 6.— The Raspiller baseball team
defeated the " Tribcnes in a sensational :2" to 0
struggle on the local diamond this, afternoon,
which brings the locals'- record to- 25 won and 5
lost. The winners claim the amateur champion
ship />f the bay.' counties.^ Score: . . R. H:.. :E.
Uasplllers :. 2r2 r 3.2
Tribunes 0 1»
Batteries— Wihon and Schwake; Englcfield and
Steinbeck.'.. .."-.\u25a0/•- . - \u25a0 .>
• . •..\u25a0 • \u25a0 \u25a0 •\u25a0 ".
ALAMEDA. Nov. 6.— Tne Models, of this city
defeated the Claremont nine of Oakland , this
afternoon at Lincoln park, score 4' to 2. The
batteries were: .- Models. " Mackle and .Khisky;
Cltremonts, Whitebouse and Baker. . • • "
• - * . • .. • i-. \u25a0 . . \u25a0 ,
OAKLAND, Nov. 6.— The Bohemian- basfball
team took a 4 to 1 encounter, from , the Braley
Grotes this forenoon on the state league grounds.
Score: ' - ' R. I H. E.
Braley Grfttes 1 8 .4
Bohemians .... ..:... ......4 10 2
Batteries— O'Neill . and McCloud; : Pordy., and
Moore. • . • • > , . \u25a0 , <\u25a0 \u25a0'..-. .
'.- \u25a0:\u25a0- • , . • .-• ;•.. ' \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 .- \u25a0. - \u25a0. \u25a0; \u25a0•
SAN AKSELMO] Not. 6.— Toe G. B. H»nds of
San Anselmo lost a/hard fought game v this;aft
ernoon on the local diamond to the' regular San
Ansflmo team, by a score .of .7>to 5. A ques
tionable decision at second base 'turned; the tide
to favor of the regulars. The. feature was the
pitching of O'Connor, who allowed San Aaselmo
but four hits. • >\u25a0•*.'- -\u25a0 H \u25a0•' \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0
The fire department 'baseball team 'took the
Presidio \u25a0 nine" into' camp • yesterday I afternoon \u25a0on
the Presidio field .by a score.'of :8 to 3. Shea,,
for the fire laddies, was in- grand form, striking
out 10 of the soldiers.
_• •-• - •.-,'\u25a0 :.t - ' .' '". *• /.'
OAKXAND. Nov. 6.— The , Newsboys^ . a newfy
orgsniied ball \u25a0 team, defeated the Owl Cigar
Company team. on the East Lake diamond; Oak
land,, this afternoon by. a sco*e of 'l4 to 5. - .- \u25a0
100 Olympians Take
Long Walk
i Cross Country Commissioner.' Jack
Settle and Secretary Fred . Fenwick led
100 members of the Olympic" club -on '.a
cross country tramp yesterday morn
ing' from Manzanita to tlie Big' lagoon
in Marlh county. The day was an ideal
one for walking and the, five mile trip
was made in good ' time, jf After a" dip
in the' lagoon and \ a", number ' of-Im
promptu races^the club: steward -pre
pared luncheon for the . hungry ath
letes.*. The return: tramp ,wasj made :iri
good , time, the party, reaching*- the: city
William Garvin (left) t winner of one and Itoo mile races, and J. R. Kelly,
: N . winner of 440 yard dash.
Brooklyn Club Team Beaten by
Crack Vallejo Players,
\u25a0 11 to 8
Before one of the season's largest
crowds of enthusiastic football fans',
the Winged V. football team, of .Vallejo
scored a 17- to 8 victory, over the : Brook
lyn club of this city. There -is no'de
nying that . the good old American game,
has a strong' holdi on the "sporting pub
lic,; as .was ; shown at* yesterday .after
noon's gathering at the Presidio ath
letic ~ grounds. \u25a0 Vallejo had \u25a0. its . usual
crowd of. 'rooters on hand, while. Brook-,
lyn also brought out a , large follow
lngr i The game was a hard fought con
test from start to', finish,' and it was
not until the last quarter: thajt Vallejo
seemed, to show 'any of its champion
ship form. \u25a0'.. \u25a0 * o". *. '
The . visiting. team started scoring in
the first quarter .with a'quarterback
sneak by B&nco : for a,touchdown which
was .converted i into ','a \u25a0 goal fby : Castag
netto, while in' the same period
lyn scored = 2, points ona safety and' 3
more' on- aidrop kick by Adler: in .the
second quarter. - - - •;\u25a0-'\u25a0.• . \u25a0
In -the. third period Tredigo, on a
| blocked:klck, fan; 15 yards: for a touch
down/ but; no goal was kicked. :In;.the
last quarter after 7 or 8 straight bucks
down' the 'field.' Castagnetto ;was : put
over for .a'touchdown. whlleVDaly_:for
the Brooklyns . kicked, a 'lucky, field goal
from the '30 yard line; the ball hitting
the goal-posts ; and ! ;goingiris.lde. '- .
The-players*linedvup as follower \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
-" Wlnjred V. v •"\u25a0\u25a0" Positions." . ' Brooklyn.
Mclnnts - Center. ..... . . . . .- Schlamm
Hilton and; " - . .•"\u25a0' PuTaland...
Cavanaugh' V. .'.'.. Left puardl .'......' Brnnemann
Perry ............. Right guard. . . .'. . . McLauchlin
Fielder \u25a0 . .".'.:. . . .-.'.Left tackle; . . ... V. .' McKenna
Weatberal . ; . . . . : Right tackle. . . '.'. . .. .*. . . V Adler
Capt.Hood. Mini I-eft end.Schroeder. Sebastian
Watson, O'Brien- ...Right end.... ..".. Judge. Cerf
Blanco ...*....:.... .Quarter:....-. .;.\u25a0..;. Flatley
Kute. Tredigo :;.... Left half..., Captain McHugh
Perry. Faulk \u25a0'. . Right half .v; .-. ..... . .\u25a0 Isaacs
Castagnetto '". -' ......." .Pu11.".:*. :.'..-.':'.': . Dalj- ;
: Referee. 'Pete; Smith; umpire, ."'Bishop; -field
judger- Martin. * \u0084 ,• - ; . . / *
'The' Century athleticclub.Nvon ahard
earned .victory; over ;" the ;Yosemite, club
yesterday morning^ at: the ;r Presidio
athletic; grounds'in a well, playedgam'e
of American' football,; the; final "-score
being s;to 0. ..
;\u25a0 The .teams "line, up, as follows: \u25a0," ' '
<>' Vofeinite. -\u25a0"' ; . .''Positions. . >- .\u25a0 Century.
Partridge ".. Center. ........ David Moir
Mehrtens f '. . . . . ....Right guard. .'....'.* J. Moore. ~
-\u25a0'-.*:" \u25a0 \i '••\u25a0< \u25a0 \r \u25a0' C.Hampton
Bruce l>f t guard ......... : .J.. J . Wilben
Barry ......:;..'.' Rlcht tackle:.*.". 1 : B. Bruzxone-
Johnson ...'..."..%. Left tackle. ..*... .'.^ M. Moore
Bhoff.- . .'. .'.'..'.'.... .Right end.'.. . . . M. Bruzione
Sohroeder • •. ?.::: :v.;Left cad;;.'.:;^:.-. .: Stewart
Newton, Sbeppard '. .'.Quarter >.7l".\'C.'."i\ .W. Molr
\u25a0 Heilman*'.'.'. . • .:..: Right half !'»..» . J iS »V Vi ..'- Riser
McMillan :••• •• . • •'. Left ha1f . . ; . . . . . :."?. - Intel!
IBekbeart.'A .'.-.". :...•:. .Full. ;; ."/. ..\v:.~. .. Burns
\u25a0. '.- Referee.: Pete, Smith;; umpire, 'Beddieh; timers.
Green and' lsaacs. . •-\u25a0-':; — * \u25a0 -.— _./f :
Black Bird and The Limit Reach
Final a t Ingleside Cptirs- -
ing Park
The v open stake run at In*rleside
coursinjr park yesterday was" divided,
as Black Bird..and<The L.imit, -which
reached the« final course, did not; race,
owing- to darkness.. The. former:grey
hound looked, to be ,the. best, but "The
Limit *shp wed .fine form. . . •. -
/.The hares were exceptionally: strong
and long;, races* were" the. rulel '.". " The
betting- was brisk throughout the after
noon . and j the favorites-held; their -own
in the 'individual betting.\^Tom s ! Finn
showed ' fine ; form, , but./severe 'racing
took the edge off his speed and ,helwas
• beaten' .after.a i. hard > run "b>v« Black
Bird. The latter is a very clever, per
former.: Teddy ; Bliie, .'John Esb'ee's^big
blue dog, also ran' well.: . ' : V- \u25a0;.'. - -
5 An open stajie: will he, run next-Sun
day." The results; follow: - <. . " :
' Open- : stake.- first ? round— Miss -Hudson • beat
True ; : Wing; I Galtemore beat* Llttlft -Eva: \ Young
Pasha beat Gertrude: .The -Limit', beati Little
Wedgewoort; i Black". Bird beat : Mlss^ Luxor;
Georgetown beat ,Uold Musk; .Turkey's Best heat
Peralta Boy: Tom Fiun-beat Scamp; Teddy Blue
beat Union Label: Myrtle boat* Master Bishop.
Second round — Miss Hudson' beat Galtemore:
The Limit beat .Young \u25a0: Pasha :*BlackV ßird- beat
Georgetown :'.* Tom .Finn.beat-Peralta:Boy;"Myr
tle beat Teddyjßlue.' \u25a0 •. \u25a0 - ' ' '; ,':'-^
"Tbtrd-:round—The .'Limit beat : Miss. Hudson;
Tom .Finn beat" Black Bird; Teddyßlue a-byc.
I Fourth round— The Limit beat Teddy Blue; i
3 Final— Black, Bird \u25a0"and^The. Limit diTlded. :\u25a0.,
Baseball Notes
• The ; fans' should not. forget' the .benefit for the
Seals on the local .diamond- tomorrow, afternoon..
The team which will 'oppose San' Francisco; will
be: made :up'of j the 'best \u25a0bnsbers- throughout , the
state. .They, are . all very, /anxious", to show -what
they ' can \ do, g and | some i3o> of j them ; will- show
up In . the . hope jof j getting £ into': the' game.* ;, The
regular ,semi-llueup \ will »be ; . sent - against* the
brush perforraeirs. * In addition there s wiU be. field
contest."," Including J long ) hitting.' \u25a0 accurate | throw
ing,:' bunting, and, running.', to' the bases-. and s > the
like. -The \u25a0 proceeds \u25a0 of tho > game ? wi 11 • be ' divided
among the San <Francis<jo ball. players.' so it's; up
to all th« fanß.who can to help as* much -as pos
sible.- Tickets are 25 cents. \V r . - ;
".Some, admiring fan'sent: Melchoir a. handsome
bouquet of, flowers when he came^upito-the bat
in the first inning.' \u25a0 llie bouquet proTed*to be ..a
Jinx, .for Mcl wont' through the, game: without
getting a hit.; \u25a0:\u25a0 ; •,; ',: -, \u25a0''-'\u25a0 : : - : ' - '
""Manager I Harry , Wolrerton V of . the Oats dei
parted/on. the -OTerland^limUed lart might- for
Philadelphia; where 'his wife and' children V lire.
Before- Uioileft ,Wolycrtons signed .a' contract to
captain! and managers, the** Commuters 1 nextisea
son." 'Oakland, Is ninety/ trt^get." WolTerton' back.
Heididimorojfor. the ; gam's 'across; the !bajc than
any of them outside of. 'Bill/, Reidy. > ;
\u25a0?_Trim" New^oflpansV-iV- Vote ".: for all
constitutional \ amendments',' ,.'.: .~.~-_ - r ~.:
Puts r~ Up Magnificent' 'Battle
i Against cLoiighlin/ but- '
«.".'\u25a0 • li ' ''- : - i '-\u25a0 ' ' \u25a0*
\u0084 by Rally) /
. Two. ot'the three bay counties cham-.
pionship titles were! disppsed r "qf'yester-"
day; 1 ", on the ; Golden 'Gate .paj-k. paj-k tennis.
courts. • Maurice '\u25a0McX.oughlin wrested:
thei'senior>singles> titled from Charles
Foley.and; .William .Johnston. .won the
junior/ singles' .championship,' beating
Elie Fottrell/ih. the. finals^ ;.The;chal
lenge match "in -the "doubles was post
poned after three"; sets had been' played,
with McL.oughlin ; and Janes in the lead,
two .sets "to. one... . ; , -.'> -c V
Charles 'Foley, holder of the singles
championship^, came within an ace of
springing. the -biggest surprise. fn years,
when .he hooked up with Maurice Mc-
Loughlin in the.' challenge match. The
match was .virtually , conceded to . Mc-
Loughlin, but\ only a rally when he
looked to be beaten enabled him to pull
out '\u25a0by/ the narrowest of margins.. The
score in. his 'favor, was 10 — 12. : 6—l,
6— S, - 6—l. B— 6. - : \u25a0\u25a0: -\u25a0 •. H i
P'oley ; played ' the same game Ithat
made | him stand hhearJ r and shoulders
abo.ye anybody on ,th.e ; . coast five or
six' years ago. He "came back" .'with
a vengeance and .his wonderful -show- 1
ing^- was. not due to, poor -playing on
Mcljoughlin's part, as. the latter was at
his -beat: "\u25a0 '_: "\u25a0".'\u25a0;\u25a0 . •;v * ' i : \
Fpley's forn^injrecentyears has been
most indifferent,- due mostly to a lack
of praclice. *He. played -a 'beautiful
game yesterday; 'fighting' for* the net
on all- occasions f and cutting off Mc-
Loughlin's speedy * 'drives '. in clever
fashion: -.'•\u25a0 / C* *"
With the score standing two sets
all and 4— 4rF/oley broke in on Mc-
Loughlin's "service for the first time
.luring .the fifth. set and took the lead
at 5—4.5 — 4. He had! not dropped a game
on service in this . set_ and -he looked
to have a grand chance to retain, the
title and score his third and last win
on the cup. McLoTighlln put up a
great finish, evening up the score at
5—5, and .finally, winning the set, — 6.
Thejinar-match of 'the junior singles
did not prove as .much", of a contest
as was expected. .Junior Coast Cham
pion William Johnston beat Elie Fott
rell- in straight sets, the. score being,
6—4;6 — 4; 6—l, 12— 10/,;
In the challenge match of the doubles
Foley and- Reuben Hunt, holders, won
the^first set, 6— ,2,* and 'lost, the second
andl third* by similar scores. I Darkness
put a stop to the. match at the end of
the- third., set. *•-_ The match will be
completed next Sunday..:
The .final match^, of the ; consolation
handicap singles, tournament was won
by Strauss: "He received a handicap of
15 3-S and owe 15 from Curley and won
by a score of 6—o,6 — 0,6 — 3. :
The prizes were awarded by *' Judge
James -M. Troutt. ~. .
Driving Club Closes the
. The San Francisco driving club
closed the harness racing. season at the
Golden Gate park stadium yesterday.
Special cups were hung up for the six
races' that made up; the card and one of,
the best day's sport of the season was
enjoyed' „ -A. ;•. '
The feature eventiwas the free for
all pace for the Theodore Bell cup.
In /he absence of Luke Marisch's cham
pion, Tjittle Diek v , which was . barred- on
account of having won the Hirtlm John
son cup,, the honors went to F. Bur
ton's Walter .Wilkes. The latter won
the second and third heats after fin
ishing-last in the first heat.
The -time was unusually good, par
ticularly, in the first. heat, "which was'
\u25a0won by John 'Kramer's ''CeliaK. The
mare stepped it in 2:10^,. which is only
two seconds behind the- track- record.
The' mare was all in after her fast mile
and did little in the next two heats.
The second race, a 2:24 trot'for the
Judge -T. F. Lennon cup, was won by
B. J. Rybickl's Babe Benton, who took
the second and' third heats." The first
heat was won by F. L. Matthes' Wal
ter "G. '\u25a0- .- -\u0084 ' ;-••-'.-\u25a0«' >-•
,T. H. Corcoran's Calerute- Girl won
the 2:20 mixed 1 for ; the Judge; Melvln
cup. 'Summary: ' - •
. First race, free for all pace, Theodore Bell cup:
F. Burton's Walter Wilkes. ....V.. ....... 8 1 J
John Kramer's Celia X. .............. ...1 8 3
M. Donnelly's MolHe Button... .3- 2 S
D. Campbell's Ginger... : ......4 5 2
James O'Kane's King V .5 S 4
H.Frellson's' Jack :....:... ...'......6 " 4•4 •- «
, P. Kohn's Alfred -D.. ..,.......:... 7, 7 ,7
C. James* Rey McGregor..... ........2 2 -
«: Time— 2:lo"4. 2:14H.- 2:l4*^;.
Second race,*; 2:24 trot, "Judge T. F. Lennon
cup: •.-.-.-.\u25a0,.\u25a0\u25a0 •.-\u25a0:-• :. ;--' h . '- •• -.'
B. J. Ryblekis' Babe Benton. .....3*l 1
F. L. Matthes' 'Walter.G.. 14 4
J. VT. McTlgue's DsrbyMC ...8 2 2
G^ Tassl's 5teTeD:. .......; ........2 f> : 3
1 W." Higgenbottom's 5ie5ta...'.: ...;.. ....5 3 :5
W.P. Hajnner's Clara ;W ...;.. ....4 B fi
M. M. : Bates' Lassie M. 7 7 7
R. Consani's Dividend. .............. .....6 S
..-\u25a0-\u25a0. \u0084.'\u25a0- -Time— 2:23, 2:23. 2:24.
; Third race, 2:24 pace.Rolkln cup:
S. Burns' ' Dickens >8 .'. .".". .... .-r'. .'..'.:. i 1 i. 1
H. Cohen's Eden A'ale..... 2 -2
H. M^' Ladd's R1ngr05e. . . . . . . 4 3
H. Camjtodonlco's Baldy ; Mitchell..... S 5
H. Schbttler's Lulu S. '.'.. .5 ' 4
R. P. . Glorannonl's Golden -Buck .6 \u25a0 >
Time— 2:22»4. 2:17.
•Fourth race,T2:l9i trot, San Francisco dririns
club cup: \u25a0\u25a0 - • •-* i '\u25a0- - - -' \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 ' '-\u25a0"\u25a0' . .
F. Doraenlchlnl's Rejio D ...........1 2 1
F. L. Matthes' Raymond M......;...:.'.: 2* 1 2
V. Verllbac's Dr., Hamm0nd. ;...;.:.. ...4 3. 2
H. C. Ahler's Sunset Bell; 3 4' 4
: -Time— 2:l9%. 2:17>4..2:t9.
Fifth race, 2:18 pace, John Nowlan. cup:. V : . . \u25a0
F.iPerelra's Uttle Medium..... ....2 11
George Giapnlni's -George Gin. ..;.".. ..:..! . 4V24 V 2
F.;L. Matthes' . Opltsah. '.V. ......... ;3 2 3
W. J. ' Kenney's W J X ...".. ... .... ..4 • 3 4
. - , • Time— 2:lß.- 2:23. 2:23. " - -= r
. Sixth; race,; 2:2o mixed. Judge Melrln cup:'
T. H. Corcoran's Callente Girl 1 1-
H. Hagensen's Search Me.'...;...'... ..2 3
F. P.'.Lauterwasser'B Prince A1m0...... 4- 2
J. Kramer's Cloudlight. .;;,.... .*. . 7. ..... .3 4
Time— 2:24,, 2:23*4.-- • '
Modesto Reds Trim All
[Special; Dispatch io The Call]
; MODESTO; Nov. - ; 6.— The Modesto
Reds defeated an all • star .nine ; com T
posed ; mostly/ of ' players 'from the
Northwest -league/ by t a .scorer' of- 3, !t0
2 -: today. ; 4r>The» r game -'was 'one of : tfie
best' of :the season 'artd-.the feature was
M'obley'sV'rpitchingr.V the >leakuars T . being
unable: to \u25a0: hit f him*hard.* : . Her also won
the. game- with ahit in the r ninth with"
thescore'tied.' .\: ;' ; : ~
'. (VJensenFof the, Vancouver nine was re
sponsible''if or : the f runs _ scored %by 'the
visitors,* his horne s runj scoring *a man;
?.^ The ; Oakland Coast ; leaj?ue team plays
a 1a 1 d oubl e v h eaJer J , ! here " with : ;t he : Red s
next'- Sunday.-'. \u25a0••Summary: .
: .-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0;-;•;• : - ,/' : ," \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 •\u25a0 n. ; ,h. c.
Modesto " ...... .;;: . ...'..-.3' D: ", . 1
•Ali'-'Starsv- 1 .":':-:' \u25a0.:'.'.•.\u25a0;•. "..:••.. 2 .2
?i;Batterlesf-Modesto,s (Mob ley and
Palm; " All /Stars.^Meiklel' and v Burke.;
Uropire=nJakejr." Baumgarther* ?\ — -2JUi \u25a0"]
59P Nominations Received to^ 12
; Big. Races of Emeryville
.\u25a0'-'\u25a0•-\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0••': '\u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0 •
;'. Secretary. Percy W. Treat of th<? Xew
California; jockey club announced.yes
terday the entries to\the stakes -which !
'will be tutl at "Emjeryyille.- There is a •
total 0f. .591' nominations to ihe 12
events, an average of almost 50 to each
stake. ' . " . . , \u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 '
-Among the nominators are-sqme of
the leading turfmen of the country, the •
list i including ißarney, Schreiber, J. X.
Camden, " J.- O. 'and- G.» H.' Keene, = Xapa.
stock farm,, Henderson & Hogan. M. C.
Prlchard, T. "W. Flynn,.TVilliam Walker^ j
A." O. Blakeley, C.'sJ. Qiiinn, James Mac- ,
Manus, Captain E. B..Cassatt. Green B. ;
Morris, Earl ; Linnell, R^ J. Mackenzie,
G. ,- M. Gray, 1 . Thomas ,H. 'Ryan. •C. \u25a0P.
\u25a0Waterhouse", O. A. Blanchi and the Or-
Ifnondale* stable. '.' '\u25a0'* '
The entries follow: -
One mile, .to b* run Saturday. ' Norember 12,
1510. weights to be> announced Wedii^fday,
Norember 9 — Setback. Rose Tale. Daddr Gip. Fre
donia. Ed Ball. Sonla. Bubbling Water. Harlem
Maid, TorbeUlno,' Olathe. - Redeem. Spellbound.
Veneta Strorae. . Sea Cliff. Phil Mohr. Roman
Wing. Coppertoprn.; Colonel Jack, Special DeliT
ery.-Responsful. Acumen.- Edwin T. : Fryer, Ara
see. Black Mate. Twenty-four entries.
\u25a0One mile and a fnrlong.to be run Thursday,
Xorember 24. weights to be announced Monday,
November 21 — Star Actor. Miami. BelleTiew,
r*dy McNally. Daddr Gij>, Fredonla. Molewy.
Sea Cliff.' Rocky O'Brien, SepulTeda. BubMing
J\'ater. Chester Krum,. Whtdden. Torbellino.
Prlncegs Alma, Sir. John. Marigot. Dute of Or
monde. Spellbound. Veneta Strome. Eddie Gra
ney, Phil -Mohr. Roman Wing. ColoneV Jack.
Special Dollrery. Stanley. Fay. Elgin. Edwin T.
Fryer. " Arasee, Molesley, Endymlon 11. .. Thirty
entries- ...
One mile," to be -rnn- Saturday. December S.
1910— Hampass. Rosamo. Sake. Setback. Anne
McGee. . Lotta Creed. RubiaGranda. Paddy Gip.
Schoolmarm., Sir Fretful. Jim Gaffney.- Eulalia
May, Gre«»nhridge. Balronia. Nyanza. Great .Ttjbt
lee. - Raleigh P D. • Roy Junior, - Bonnie Bard.
Quality Street. Fytey. . Rosslare. SepnlTeda. Ed
Ball. Sonla.i ClouGUght. Harlem Maid. 7 Arthur
Rouse, Buckthorn.' Tnrbc-Hlflo. 'Olathe. Zinkand.
Black. * Oxer. Bigntick. Keep MoTing, Rimini.
Redeem.-. Spellbound. Veneta Strome. Sea \u25a0 Cliff.
Likely Dieudonne. Eddie Graney, Roman Wing.
Judge Henderson. Coppertown. Miles. March
mon»t. Meltondale. Servicence. i Colonel Jack.
Special DeliTery, Noon. Cbepontuc. Responsful.
Edwin T. Fryer.' Howard Pearnon. Arasee, Likely
Dieudonne.- Eddie Graney, .Roman Wing. Fifty
eight' entries."- - - •
One and a sixteenth miles^ to b<» run Satur
day. December 10, HUO—EUerd. Starry . Night,
I»tta Creed. Daddy Gip. Fredonla. Crei, Fancy.
Direct, Rocky O'Brien. Bubbling Water. Ch-ster
Krum. Whldden. Torbellino. Black -Mat*. Duke
of* Ormonde. . Spellbound, . Veoeta Strome. - Sea
Cliff,.' LlKely .Dieudonne, Sager. Jadge Hender
son; Miles. Colonel Jack. Special DellTery. Stan
ley "Fay. Apologize. .Edwin T. Fryer, Arasee.
Twenty-eight entries. • ' -
SLt - furlongs, to be run j Saturday. December
17, lniO-^Allendale Queen. Jest. Enfleld."Shoot
ing. Spray. .Medallion. Mis* Perigord. Venetian.
John H. Sheehan.- Rosamo. Sugarmaid. Wapo
qoca.'Home Run. Fernando. Daddy. Gip, Princess
of Wales. Jim. Gaffney. Colonel Hogan, Winning
Widow. Balronia. Raleigh P D; Cantetn. Ario
netre. Bitter Sir. Flying' Footstep*. Elfin Bean.
-Rocky O'Brien. • Rosslare. Golden Agnes. Bub
bling Water. • Cloadlight. - Prejulcin. . Edmond
Adams. Deadwood. Napa Girl. Olathe. Torbel
lino. Portola Qu«>en. Rey Hindoo. PlnYius. Big-
Ftick. Oser, Duke of Ormonde. Palo Alto. Bit
of • Fortune. Spellbound. Veneta Strom*. S«»a
Cliff.- Heretic. .Likely Dieudonne. Judse Hen
derson. Jim Basey. Tripping. Thistle Belle, Cop
nertown. Marchmonet. Darfington. V*lsbal, Wa
lakao. Kyl««. Maxdlce. . NatlTe Son. Swede Sam.
Arasee. Yo Solo, Pnwhuska, Pride' of Lismore.
Sisty-seTen entries.
One -and a quarter miles, to b» run. Monday.
December 26. lf>lO — Star Actor. Miami. Zahar*.
Laymlnster.- CintrelU. Fnlletta,^Cl«mor. Belle-
Tiew. Belfast. Starry Night. Lady McNally.
Daddy Gip, Fredonia. Endymion 11, Eulalia
May, Crex. • Binocular. Direct, -Rocky O'Brien.
Bubbling Water. Whidden. Chester Krnm. Tor
bellino. Sir John." Marigot. Duke of Ormonde.
Spellbound. Sea Cliff. Pete. Phil Mohr. Roman
-Wing. Sager, Merllngo.^Stantey Fay. Elgin. Cbe
pontuc. Edwin T. Fryer.- Eddie Dale, Altarec.
Southern Gold, • Markle M, Arasee. Forty-two
entries. .
One* mile. and a furlong, to be run Monday.
January 2. - lf»ll — Star Actor. Miami. Zahara.
Laymlnster,' Cintrella. The Bailiff's Daughter.
BelleTiew. Belfast. Starry Night. Lotta Creed.
Daddy Gip. Fredonla, Endymion 11. Crex. Binoc
ular. Direct. Michael Angelo. . Fort • Johnson,
Rocky O'Brien." Bubbling Water. Chester Krum.
Whldden.' . Torbellino. - Sir John. Marigot, Court
Lady. Duke of Ormonde. \u25a0 Spellbound. Veneta
Strome^ Sea Cliff. Sager. Feather Duster. Miles,
Stanley Fay. Responsful. Edwin T. Fryer. Al
tarec. Eddie Dale. Araste, Soathern Gold, Markle
M. Forty-one entries. \u25a0 'n_
One mile, to be run Satnrday, January 14.
1911 — Ben Howe. Falcada, Rlnda, Jest. Shooting
Spray. Medallion. Sallle O'Day. Toe Dancer.
Miss Perigord. Jack o' Lantern. New Capital.
Rosevalejv Early Tide. Starry Night. Daddy Gip,
Pride -of Lismore. Fredonla, Jim Gaffney. Crex.
Great Jubilee. Binocular, Raleigb -P ,D. Fort
Johnson. Direct, . Michael Angelo. Sona} Kocky
O'Brien. Golden Agnes. Bubbling Water. Cloud
light. Harlem Maid. Chester Krum, Old Mexico,
Black Mate. Bigstick. Oxer, Duke of Ormonde.
Princess Alma. Torbellino."^. Ray- Hindoo,- God
father. •\u25a0 Spellbound. Veneta Strome, Sea Cliff,
Likely Dieudonne. Colonel Mazuma. Sager. Trip
ping.. Coppertown. .Miles, Eddie Mott, Walakao.
Planter, \u25a0• Stanley Fay.- Chepontuc. Edwin "T.
Fryer. Altarec. Eddie Dale. Southern Gold, Mar
kle M. Arasee. Sixty-One entries. <
Six and -a half furlongs, to be run Saturday.
January 28. 1911 — Falcada, Enfield. St. Helier,
Phebe.G. Twilight Qrfeen. Shpotlng , Spray. Me
dallion. Sallie O'Day. Hampass. Rosamo. John
H. .Sheehan; Oswald 8..- Setback, Early Tide,*
Sugarmald. .Waponoca. Ruhia Granda, Rpd K.
SUet, Daddy Gip. ' Commerce w Princess of Wales,
Jim Gaffney," Winning Widow, Balronia. Binocu
lar.'Raleigh PP. J..H. Barr. Roy Junior. Can
tern. Arionette, Nab. Quality Street. Bitter Sir.
Lady Elizabeth. Fountain" Square, Peccart, Elfln
Beau. 'Flying Footsteps. Rosslare. Goldeo Agnes.
Cloudlight, Harlem Maid. 'Peadwood. Olathe.
Torbellino, . Portola ' Queen. " Oxer, .Rey. Hindoo,
Big" Stick.; Rimini. Bit of Fortune, Palo Alto.
Godfather.: Spellbound. Veneta Stroma. -Seymour
Beutler, Sea Cliff. 'Heretfc. Likely Dieudonne,
Colonel Mazuma.- Marse- 'Abe-. J«dge -Hendersoo,-
Import.' Banorella. Thistle Belle. Coppertown,
Miles. Marchmoriet. Servlcence. Meltondale, Colo
nel * Jactr Darelngton. • Velslnl.' Walakao, Kyle.
Sir. Edward. Bay. Rose; Southern "Gold. Joe Moser.
Natlre Son. • Arasee, Yo Solo^ Pawhuska. SeT
enty-slx;entries. -^ ; ...:•. - , ' . . .
- ; One mile 'and H^rnrlorig. to be run Saturday.
.February 4. mil — Wap.'Star Actor. Rlnda. Day
Star. /St." Helier.-. Zahra. Tahc*, Th# Bailiff's
Paughtsr. Miss Perigord. Jack o' Lantern. BeXJp
riew,- Belfast. Lotta Creed." Starry Night." Daddy
Gip. Fredonia'. , Eulalia May Crex,- Great Jubilee.
Miss Greenwood," .^Quality Street, Fort Johnson.
Direct,- Michael "Angelo, Pon Antonio, Rocky
O'Brien, ' Tay Pay, Bubbling Water. Chester
Krnm, Whldden. Old Mexico. Torbellino. . Sir
John.; Marigot, Court Lady. Duke of Ormonde.
Rimini; Spellbound. -Veneta Strome. Sea Cliff,
Feather 'Duster, ! Downpatrick. Colonel Mazuma,
Sager. Twickenham. ; Ajo, Fes. Creel. Miles,
Colonel Jack. Stanley Fay.- Elgin, Apologia*.
Acumen. Edwin T. Fryer. Altarec. Eddie Dale.
Southerni Gold, Markle M, Arasee. Sixty-two
entries. * .... -
> r WATERHOCSE CUP OF $1,500 .
•Two and a quarter miles, to be run Saturday.
February- 11. ,1911— Kogo. : Star. Actor. Miami,
Zahra. Tahoe. The Bailiff's Daughter, Cintrella.
Miss Perigord, Fulletta. Clamor. BeUerfew,
Lotta Creed, Lady McNally,' Fredonla, Endymion
ll,' Henry- 0, . Treasure ' Seeker. Sir < Angus. Dl
•rect.'Don Antonio. Mr. Bishop, El Paisano. Buck
thorn, Whldden,. Chester Krnm." Old , Mexico. Sir
John, : ' Marigot; Dukel of i Ormonde,"- Spellbound,
Pete- Roman Wing, Downpatrtck. . Azo. Fez.
Creel/ Zoroaster,- Flora Rlley. Elgin. Apologize,
Acumen. Lltlus. ' Maikle -M. Howard Pearson.
Dare v Weber." Arasee. '• Forty-six entries.
", ". CALIFORNIA \ PERB V OF . $2,500 ...
" One and a quarter miles, to N» ran Wednesday.
February 22, « 1911 — Poncaster, Jest. : St. , Helier.
Phebe * G.". Tahoe. Shooting Spray, . Dutch Rock.
The BattiflTs Paugbter. - BalH* O'Day, Pay
Streak," Venetian^ Maxtng. Belfast. Starry Night,
Captain Miller. Commerce,' Doctor Bodine. Helen
Hawkins. 7 Melton Street. ,; Duac ; Campbell. . Star
O'Ryan.iTay Pay. Golden Agnes, I.a Camanrne.
Hal-Wortb. - Deadwood. » Edmond Adams. Parlor
Boy.': Portola Queen; ' lri^h Gentleman. Pleasant.
t?.ureon, Plotlus." Feath»r .' Dn»t«>r. • Captain- Car
mody.'.. ZwrcV, Jim Basey. Oscuro, ' Trlppinr.
Twickenham. !Fe». ' Agare, sZlata Brana,-> Sokol.
Walakao. Robert • Hurst. . Eddie ' Mott. Velsinl,
Amala.- Planter, l>»CJ»r. Maxdic*. Altarec. Eddie
Dale, Yo Solo,; El Pueate.fPawiraskt." 'Fifty
iKtq eotriwi . ----- '.-;:- -- ;
Change of Fields Will Make.
'-'\u25a0' • \u25a0' - • \u25a0'. ' v . .
Little Difference to the
?i :*\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0& Stanford Team
Jlucb/ is heard of the great dis
advantage that the Stanford team will
be under Saturday by playing the Cali
fornia team on a dirt field. The Car
dinal team all through the season has
played on a fast turfed field, {md Jt is
asserted that the going on the, dirt
field will be hard for the Palo Alto
team. '
Last year the California team played
at Stanford on the turfed field and th«
change from the heavy sandy surface
at Berkeley to the fast turf was cer
tainly in favor. of the blue and gold
men. This year, however, the game is
to be played at Berkeley, where the
field is not turfed, and here again the
California team will have the advant
age of knowing just how the ball act 3
on the rebound from the dirt surface.
This is the only advantage that there
is in the difference of the fields, unless
the Say Is wet and the ground particu
larly muddy and heavy. On a turfed
field the ball rebounds quicker than it
does on the dirt surface. The rebound
of the ball from the turf I» sharp and
quick and can be judged better than
from a dirt surface. The resilience of
the ball on a sandy surface is some
what deadened and the ball can not be
depended upon as on turf. The entire
difference is so slight that to well
trained athletes it will not be noticea
ble, but changing f ronV dirt to turf Is
another proposition and th« team that
Is trained on the dirt and plays on the
turf always will have an advantage
greater than in the reverse case,
though both are slight.
The accident to Kern of Stanford Sat
urday when this player fractured his
leg is the first really serious accident
on the local football fields this year.
The. accident was-' the result of a "miss
kick." Saturday was a day of acci
dents for both varsities, and it ts highly
improbable that either Elliott or Swartz
of California -will be able to play on
The bettin*? on the* varsity game next
Saturday is quoted at 10 to 8.. with Cal
ifornia the favorite. But an even
money bet would be nearer the mark,
judging by the form shown by both
teams. The relative scores of the two
teams are not worth a ftsr in judging
the ability of ,the teams, but from
close observation' of the actual playing
of the teams, the difference In the abil
ity-of the two teams i 3 hardly noticea.
ble. It's a tossup.
Referee J. Jenkinson of Vancouver
is expected to arrive in Berkeley to
day. He will confer with Coach
Schaeffer of California and before the
game will go to Stanford and have a
talk with Coach Presley of the Cardinal
OAKLAND, N~o\*. $.— O. Lillern©. re
cently from Los Angeles and now a
member of the Shell Mound pistol and
rifle club, rolled up the big score >ot
97 in the pistol shoot oC that organ
ization this afternoon and captured the
honors of the day. James E. Gorman
was second with scores of 95 and 95.
Llllemo's score is all the more credit
able, as he was shootinar in the second
class, while Gorman, the recogrnized
champion of them all. competed in the
champion class. Results:
Shell Mmin<l pistol and rifle club, monthly rfla
?coref»: Champion class — E. Schierbaam. 210.
220: J. M. Klassen. 224. First clasa— J. W.
Phillips. IS9. 190: C. W. Seeley. 2tO, 100; A.
L. Poulsen 160: J. G. Day. 194. 212; R. Lomr.
194. 203: A. Thompson. 192. 199: K. O. Klad
gren 206. 209: C. Otten. I*l. I*3. Second
class— C. W. Wbaley. ISB. 195; L. Erickson.
155. 164: L. Sutter. 19S. IRS; G. Rollstein. 18S.
179. Third class— f. PhilUp<«. 150. 104: A. de
Ca«'cia. 90. 61: J. BaumaD. 166. 173; C. Tbieli*.
IS4. 188; R. Christianer. 144. 15t: G. Larsen.
164 155: J. Nielsen. 113. 103. Unclassified —
M 'v Frttro. S7. 28: J». W. McLaughlln. 106, 80;
C M. Kraal. '2oo. 191.
Pistol and reTolTer scores: Champion clas» —
W A. Siebe. S2. 86: J. E. Gorman. 95. 9fi: C.
w! Whaley 94. 84; H. A. Harris. 91. 96. Flr<«t
class^ — Captain George Larsen. S3, st: A. 1..
Poulsen «fi^ 7«: Dr. R. A. Summers. S«. «J>: H.
Wlndmuller, 77. 72. Second class — L. Krlclssen.
78 SI: F. Poulter."*?!. 81; J. W. Kletnbrolch.
70 '69; J. VT. PhlU!ps«. 84. 73: M. Nielsen. «*».
83; J C. Say. «6: E. SchWbanrn. SO. RJj J.
Jones." 81. 81: C. J. Soehring. 7»: O. Lillem",
92. 97. Third class — C. W. Whaley, 75, TJ2; C.
L. Thlele Jr.. 71. 34: A. Thompson. 71, 70; R.
\ Christianer. .Sfi. 69: J. A. Baunaan. 61. 67.
i'nclasslfled— H. F. Gloy Jr.. 40. 39^ C. SI.
KrauL 50. 67; J. L. Phillips. 12. SO
Independent rifles, monthly medal shoot — J.
H. Kuhlie W. F. Schohay 24. Sergeant P. Volts
man 44. C. Herine"32. F. Rlppe 70". A. Deaa 50.
B. Hassler 44. . Cfirporal H. Pap« 35. F. An
thony 30, C. W. Sehmldt 15. Sergeant L. Mayer
JS3 Sergeant B. HlUten 50. H. Marzolf 46, E.
E Crane 35 Sergeant C. Person 60. J. J. Jor
gensen 11. V?. B. Coot 5«. J. Eichner 30, M. C.
Sehleemann 13. F." Schonig 65.
Deutseher krelger rereln.. montbly. medal
shoot — First champion class. O. Dammer 410;
serrond champion class, John Bender 353;- fourth.'
class. Charles TTeller 253; first best shot. W. P.
Pflster 24; last best shot. Carl Metzger 23; mo«t
red flags. Ojcar Dammer.
Bullseye prize winners— J. Bender. H. Hcn^
nlnger. O. Dammer. C. Weller. F. Mlefcley.
*»—MMg^, It t*}\* ho-x- joti ran
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