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Angels Lope Off With Both Games and the Series Cap Dillon's Seraphs Still Loom in Race Come Back, Like Fabled Cat, and Do Seals to a Seal Brown WILLIAM J. SLATTERY tt the Angels can manage to pursue the rushing tactics* that they employed against the Seals in yesterday's double header, they are not yet counted out as contenders for the 1912 pennant. Their lot was 1000 per cent of the two games, meaning one victory right after the other and also the scries, four games out of seven, just when the Seals had the edge and apparently loomed up strong enough to put the rollers under the gang from the The Angels showed that they were game and full of fight. Tliev showed that they could do a comeback with much success. They showed that they had more class tha*i has been bestowed upon the local ag gregation, and they showed that they would keep those Oaklandere hustling up till the last week of the season — unless the goddess of hard luch should wish something unforseen upon them between now and that time. They are in the limelight and coming strong. The morning game was rather close. Lea Angeles putting it over 3 to 2 — still, the score does not tell the whole story. The Angels had a better front at all times. They played perfect ball in the field and sneaked in the two telling hits in the eighth spasm. The Seals were rather erratic and over looked many a chance. It was a legit imate victory for the men from the orange groves. The last game was an awful explo sion. Two Seal slabsters. the once re liable-Henley and the bush performer. Arlett, were pounded and pummeled and walloped in every conceivable man ner, Henley looked bad enough until they began to smash Arlett.' Then the fans were willing to admit that the old timers were still as good as the youngsters. The Angels did ntft seem to care. THEKDIEDIII VI TWEEDLEDEE Henley was hoisted in round three after the Angels had sapped him for four tallies and six binglers. Reidy really should have given the veteran >fflee to vacate the slab in the previous inning. It did not make much difference, however, for Arlett was just ft. They put three over on him in the fifth and swelled the grand total by two more in rlie sixth. Reidy was seriously considering another pitcher or two between innings, but he wisely decided to save them for some other occasion when they would stand a chance. The Anscels started in the opening round. They overlooked no chance. •rst man up. Howard, fell down, but Berger cracked a three sacker to the alley alongside the clubhouse and Daley bunted him home. O'jr Seals were stronger in their half of this period than at any other time during the game. They stuck two tallies on—legitimate ones at that — for they hit the ball on the pick and had the rooters all smoked up. Wuffll fell down and Mundorff drove a two sacker to center. Siagle was afraid of Howard and gave him a walk, only to find Zimmerman there with a wallop to center that put Mundy over. Yohe next dumped a two cushion drive against the right field fence and our boys had a lead. seraphic joshers The Angels were only kidding, how ever, as subsequent events showed. They hammered Henley for a tally in the second, which evened it up. The third was goo i enough for two and it also saw the finish of the elongated slabster. Howard singled past second, Berger sacrificed and Daley walked. Dillon put the ball safely into right, regis tering Howard. Page polished it off by slamming a two sacker beyond the reach of Zimmerman. This made the score 4 to 2 and the Seal rooters were about willing to admit that their team was gone. San Francisco's last stand came in the fourth after two had been disposed of. Arlett swung in with a two bagger and so did Wuffti. This coincidence looked inviting until the Angels had their licks in the next frame. Those southern club swingers lit upon the benders of the kid for all that was in them in that eventful round. He started badly by passing Berger. Daley follow.-d with a safe drive to center and they both made the home trip after Page had driven a double far into left. He waited only a second, for Driscoll singled to right and the score was 7 to 3. The rest of the game did not count. It is sufficient to say that Los Ang eles assaulted Arlett again in the sixth for two more, one of them being th« result of Merger's second triple foi the afternoon —but the interest had flown by that time. They all knew that San Francisco was in and that it was only a question as to how many runs Loa Angeles would s<oop up. Th< score: I. Howard. 3b 8 1 2 1 ft fi Berger. s> 3 8 2 ft 6 ft Daley, c f 3 'z 8 8 ft ft Dillon, lb 8 f » I 13 8 fi Page. 2b 8 2 I 3 0 DrTseoll. r. f 4 fi 1 3 fi 0 Con. 1. f 4 fi 1 1 ft 1 Brinks, c 2 ft ft 3 ft 0 Slagle. p 4 1 ft 0 1 0 T-tal 5 8 a 27 10 1 SAN IRAN' IS< O AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Wuffil. ss 8 0 2 2 4 1 Mundorff. r. f 8 2 1 1 1 0 Mol'itvi.-. 1. f 8 0 1 ft " ft Howard, lb 8 l <> 12 l 0 Zimmerman, c. f 4 ft 1 2 ft Yohe. SI, 4 ft 1 2 2 ft 2b 3 fi fi 4 8 1 :; ft ft 3 l o Henley, p ' fi ft fi 1 0 Arlett. p 2 1 1 1 3 o »\|,. \v,,\ 1 ft ft ft 0 0 It 1 "0 0 0 ft 0 88 4 7 27 16 2 r In ninth. ■t a for Arlett in ninth. RUN* ANI> HITS BY INNINGS i \ •.-,.',., i i I 8 ■"■ ! fi «) ft— 9 1 2 -'I ft 3 2 1 1 ft—l 3 2 09109 14 ft— 4 . .:: Q o 2 0 ft 1 ft I—7 SCMMARY runs sU hits off Henley. Taken eat la third with two on has,-* and one oat. Charge defeat to Henley. Three base hits -Berger I2>, Wnffii. Two base hits—Mundorff. Yohe. Arlett. Wnffii. Page. Sacrifice hits—Daley, BrlacoU, Stolen liHse—Daley. First bam on halls -Off Slagle 1. off Henley I, off Struck out —Hy Single ft. by Henley Irletl 2. Hit by pitcher —Mohler. Double Mnndorff to Howard: Zimmerman to How ard. Time of game—l hour and ."54 minutes. Umpires—Wheeler and Neadaoaa*. * CUBS 9. WESTERN UNION 2 OAKLAXD, Oct. 6.—The S. J. S. Cubs trounced extern I'nion Telegraphs this afternoon at Frnitvale Recreation park. The feature was the hitting <if Julianelll of the Cubs. Score: R. 11. K. g. J. S. Cafea 8 l>; 8 Western Datona 2 3 2 Batteries —Perry, Benaallack and Baldwin; Prior and Abbott. • KILL VALLEY 10. OAKLAND GIANTS 7 [Special Dispatch to The Call] MILL VAI.EV. Oct. «,. -The Oakland (Hants (•staid to n tafe surprise this afternoon when the Mil' Valley lads trounced them in a wety placed iEdflic liy a scute vt 10 to T. TIGHT BASEBALL IN THE MORNING Both Twirlers Handy, but An gels Support Theirs and Seals Fail to Do So The morning game was a tough one for any team to lose, so the Seals had the sympathy of the rooters with them, even if they did take the-three end of a 4 to 3 score. Tight baseball was the rule throughout, the hits being evenly di vided, each team getting four. The Angels, however, mastered the art of making the best possible use of theirs, so they were there at the finish. Miller should have been accorded bet ter support than his teammates gave him. Yohe dropped a foul from the bat of Berger in the eighth spasm, which should have retired the side. Then Berger, with a new lease of life, popped up another soft one that went fair. This time MeAvoy was the offender, misjudging the bail and allowing How ard to sneak in with the winning tally. There is no disputing the fact that the Angels played better baseball; still, the Seals might have taken the game handily enough had tney been more balanced in the right places. Chech, who worked for the southern brigade, got splendid support. His fielders never fell down on him as they did on. Miller. The Angels opened up strong. Ivan Howard drew a pass, but was forced by Berger. Little Daley, who has been getting better with the stick every day since he recovered from his recent ill ness, met one that he liked and sent it sailing over the right field fence. This gave the Angels a nice fat lead of two tallies to start off with. No wonder they were all loaded with pep. The second round found the Seals right on the heels of their opponents, and when it ended the score was dead locked. Del Howard was the startoff man. slamming the ball through the Angel Infield. Zimmerman filed to Ivan Howard, but Yohe made up for lost time with a two sacker to right field. Right behind him came old Kid Mohler himself, his hit to the right field fence, chasing both runners through. The Kid was trapped trying to stretch it into a double. For the next few innings they all knuckled down and handed out some j regular baseball. There was nothing. to choose between the pitchers, each ; giving a fine exhibition of the art. It : looked as though the time limit would . expire with th e score still a tie. but j the Sea's stewed things up in the j eighth. . Dos Angeles put the necessary tally j over, with two of its members out of ; the way. Brooks had fanned and Chech j had filed to MeAvoy, when Howard j sneaked in a hit and Immediately got i away with a 'steal of second base, j Berger popped up a little foul right! into Yohe's hands. The Northwestern j recruit dropped the ball and Berger had another try. This time he sent a Texas leaguer to the outfield. MeAvoy should have got under the ball, but he , failed, so it rolled away to the fence j for a three sacker. Howard arrived and the game belonged to Dos Angeles because the Seals could not do any good for themselves In their two final turns. Miller was steady and consistent throughout and the loss of the game can not be directly charged to him. He suffered from hard luck. The score: LOS ANGELES Moraine game— AB. R. BIL PO. A. E. ' I. Howard 3b 3 1 1 2 .'. fij Rercer, as.' 4 1 1 3 4 ft Paler, c. f 4 112 0 0 Dillon lb 3 ft ft 18 0 0 Page. 2b 4 <> 0 1 4 ° Prl-0011. r. f 3 fi 1 1 0 0 Tore I. f 4 ft 0 0 I 0 Brooks, c 9 ft 0 3 0 0 Chech, p • 0 0 ft 2 0 Total 31 3 4 27 10 0 SAN FRANCISCO AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. iWnffli. 3b 4 ft 0 1 2 0 i MeAvor. r. f 4 0 0 3 ft 0 Mclntr're. 1. f 4 fi fi 2 fi 0 D Howard, lb 4 1 1 7 1 1 Zimmerman, c. f 3 0 fi 3 0 0 Yohe. 3* 3 1 1 1 2 1 Mohler. 2b 3 ft 2 2 2 0 Schmidt, c 2 ft 0 7 1 0 Miller, p 2 0 0 1 2 0 Total 20 2 4 27 10 2 RCNS AND HITS BY INNINGS Los Angeles 2 0 fi 0 0 0 0 1 o—3 Basehits 1 0 ft ft 0 0 1 2 o—4 San Francisco 0 2 0 fi ft fi ft 0 o—2 Baaeblts 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 o—l SUMMARY Home run —Daley. Three base hit—Berger. Two base hit—Yohe. Sacrifice hit—Miller. Stolen base —I. Howard. First base on called balls—Off Miller «. off Chech 3. Struck out— By Miller •"». Hit by pitcher—Schmidt. Time of game—l hour and 40 minutes. Umpires— Newhoose and Wheeler. Northwest League Sets Notable Records SPOKANE. Oct 6.—The season of 1912 was notable in the Northwestern league' for broken records according to the final averages Just made public. The most interesting new record set was that of Ralph ("Hap") Myers of the Spokane club, who stole 116 bases. Official guide books show that in 20 years this record has not been equaled in any league in organized baseball. Catcher Whaling, Seattle, worked in 138 games, made only seven errors, threw out 188 base runners and? aver aged 002. Pitcher James, Seattle, won 15 games without a defeat, while the Vancouver club won 16 games straight. The Spo kane team stole 399 bases, leading the closest contender by more than 150. Eleven players in the league batted over the 300 mark. The league's three leading pitchers. •lames, Seattle; Noyes. Spokane, and Clark, Vancouver, finished in the same order as did their teaihs In the pen nant race. All three pitchers go to the major leagues next season. The clubs batted In the following order: Seattle. Spokane, Portland, Vancouver, Tacoma, Victoria; while the fielding order was Spokane, Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, Victoria, Tacoma. .THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912. STANDING OF CLUBS IN COAST LEAGUE VV. I* Pet. Oakland 108 74 893 I.os Angeles 104 73 575 Vernon 100 7» 558 Portland 76 88 468 San Francisco SO 104 435 Sacramento 64 110 388 RESISTS OF 4JAMES I.os Angeles 3, San Francisco 2. Los Angeles n, San Francisco 4. Oakland 1, Portland O. ■ Portland 5, Oakland 1. Vernon 6, Sacramento 2. Sacramento 4, Vernon 1. GAMES TOMORROW Portland at San Francisco Oakland at Sacrament. Vernon nt I.os Angeles. HOGAN ONCE MORE A PHILANTHROPIST He Courteously Divides Another Double Header With the Deacon's Flock [Special Dispatch to The Call] DOS ANGEDES. Oct. 6.—Hogan again J achieved the unique in playing two • games of ball lind landing where he j started. In other words, he duplicated the feat of yesterday and divided a I double header with the Sacramento Senators. The Hooligans took the morning game by a score of 6 to 2 and Van Buren's athletes cleaned up the Villagers by a score of 4 to 1. The morning game offered op portunity to take observations regard ing Roger Edmondson, who recently was drafted and purchased by Hogan. He shone with great brilliancy. Three hits only were taken from his de livery and these netted only two- runs. He also showed some aptitude with the stick, taking a single and a double to establish a respectable batting average. Williams pitched for Sacramento and was freely touched up by the Tigers. In fact, he was clawed for* 10 hits. He was jolted first in the second inning. With one down, McDonnell cleverly cracked one of Heister's shin bones. The ball was delivered in a northerly direction, and when Heister finished rubbing the injured member McDon nell was perched on second. Ditschi then hit to center and McDonnell scored. Ditschi became restive and was caught off the base. The sixth inning yielded two runs and the Tigers were at no time in danger. The afternoon game was a duel be tween Arellanes and Hltt, and Hitt was woefully outclassed. The Sacs took 12 hits and four runs with apparent ease, and the Vernonites could only gather four bingle.s from the delivery of the visiting heaver. Vernon players amiably made three errors in the after noon performance, which added to the gayety of the occasion and made Arellanes' work less arduous. The statistics: SACRAMENTO Morning game— AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Shlnn. r. f ■ ft 2 0 2 1 Van Buren, c. f 4 fi fi 0 1 0 fVßourke. 2b 4 0 0 1 2 0 Swain, c. f 4 0 fi 0 ft ft Heister. 3b 4 0 0 2 4 fi Orr. ss 3 fi fi 1 4 ft Miller, lb 3 0 1 18 2 ~. Cheek, c 2 1 ft 4 2 1 William*, p 2 1 0 fi 6 0 Total ~ .20 2 3 *23 23 3 •Martinke out for interference. VERNON AB. R. BIL PO. A. E. Carlisle. I. f 4 2 3 1 2 fi Martinke. r. f 3 ft 1 2 fi 0 Bayless. ,: t 3 ft ft 1 1 ft R. Brashear, 2b 3 l 0 2 3 0 Hosp. ss 4 ft 1 1 « 0; McDonnell', lb 2 1 1-14 ft 0 Litsehl. 3b 4 ft 2 2 3 1 Brown, c 3 fi 0 4 1 fi Edmondson, p 3 2 2 0 2 ft Total 29 0 Ift 27 18 1 RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS Sacramento fi ft ft ft ft ft ft 2 ft— 2 Basehits fi 0 fi 0 0 1 0 2, ft— 3 Vernon 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 ft x— fi Basehits 1 2 ft fi 2 2 3 0 x—^o SCMMARY Home run—Carlisle. Two base hits—McDon nell. Edmondson, Carlisle. Martinke. Shlnn. Sac rlfie hit —Bayless. Bases on balls -Off Williams 4. off Edmondson 3. Struck out—By Williams 3, by Edmondson 4. Balk — Edmondson. Time of game—l hour and 56 minutes. Umpires—Finney and Hildebrand. SOLONS 4. TIGERS 1 SACRAMENTO Second game— AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Shlnn. r. f 8 2 3 3 ft 0 Van Buren. c. f 5 0 2 I 0 0 O'Rourke. 2b 3 0 2 1 4 ft Swain. 1. f 3 1 0 0 0 0 Heister. 3b 2 0 1 1 4 0 Orr. *# ....5 0 1 2 1 fi Miller, lb 4 1 2 13 2 0 Kreiti. o 4 0 1 4 2 0 Arellanes, p 4 0 0 2 3 0 Total 35 4 12 27 16 0 VERNON AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Carlisle. 1. f 4 0 1 2 fi 1 Kane. c. f 4 fi 0 2 fi 1 Bayless. r. f 4 0 1 2 0 0 R. Brashear. 2b 3 0 ft 1 2 ft Hemp, sn 2 1 1 1 5 1 McDonnell, lb 3 0 0 14 0 fi Litsehl, 3b 3 ft 1 2 B 0 Agnew, c. 2 0 0 3 10 Hltt. p 3 0 0 ft 1 0 Total 28 1 4 27 14 3 RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS Sacramento 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 fi— 4 Basehits 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 2 I—l 2 Vernon 0 fi 0 0 0 ft 0 1 ft— 1 Basehits ft 0 fi 2 0 0 0 2 o—4 SUMMARY Three base bit —Bayless. Two base hits — Miller. Hosp. Litschi. Sacrifice hits—Heister (2), O'Ronrke. Stolen bases—Shlnn. Heister. First base on called balls —Off Arellanes 2. off Hltt 4. Struck out—By Arellanes 3, by Hitt 2. Double plays—O'Ronrke to Miller to Heister; Arellanes to Kreitr. to O'Ronrke. Wild pitch— Hltt. Time of game—l hour and 45 minutes. Umpires—Hildebrand and Finney. Siwashes Land on Indian Twirler and Win SEATTLE. Wash.. Oct. 6.—The Seattle picked team, which has been playing; a postseason series with the Spokane Northwestern league club, hit Strand in the latter part of today's game and won, 4 to 3. Today's game marked the passing of Yesler Way grounds as a baseball park. The field encroached on a street, was too small and was so near the business district that it was too valuable for baseball purposes. A hand some new park In Rainier Valley will be the home of the Seattle Northwestern league club next season. Score: R. fl. E. Seattle ." 4 10 6 Spokane 3 8 1 Batteries —Meikle and Hanna; Strand, Ostdiek and Devogt. Umpire, Moran. NEW ERAS 11. DALY CITY 8 The New Eras downed the Daly City nine at Balboa park yesterday afternoon in a loosely played game. Score: B. H. B. New Eras 11 IT* o Daly City 2 7 3 Batteries— RjnalUeit and Gallnto: Helnts and White. BUSHERS REFUSE TO CALL A HALT Fine Weather .Once More Fills' Out Schedules Here and in Country Towns Although the baseball season has closed in every league in the country save the Pacific coast, the bushers of the Golden state are still at the grind as hard as ever. From the number of games scheduled yesterday. It would appear as though they Intend to remain in the going just as long as the weather permits. The crowds are still holding out and the interest is as great as It was last July, so the youngsters have come to the conclusion that the fans want to see them in action. Tne y dl " vided their time between San Fran cisco and the suburban and country clties yesterday and good ball was the result all along the line. Some of the million-odd scores follow: HEALBSBURG 8, MAVERICKS 8 [Special Dispatch to The Call] HEALDSBTRO. Oct. 0. — Healdsbnrg won from the Mavericks today. Doc Mosklman for the home team let the visitors down with. tour scratchy hits. Is* O'Hare caught a One game for Hcaldsburg. Score; X- «'• *'• Healdsbnrg ,- £ " .' Mavericks J ■ * v WOODLAND 5, OAK PARK 1 [Special Dispatch to The Call] WOODLAND. Oct. «.--roor fielding by the Oak Tark team of Sacramento helped Woodland win this afternoon. A double play by the Hoag brothers featured the playing of the Woodland team C.lll was invincible, allowing but 3 hits and striking out 10 men. Bill Baird played a great game at short for WoodlaDd. f* ol^ Woodland 5 J j? Oak Park * ™ Batteries—(Jill and Hoag; Baltz and Shaw. BE3ASTOPOL 5, DUNCANS MILLS 2 [Special Dispatch to The Call] SANTA BORA. Oct. fi.—- Sebastopol defeated ' Duncans Mills today, the feature of the game being a home run by Campl in the ninth innit.e. Score: "• •*■ ■% Sebastopol 5 5 2 Duncans Mills -M J> a Batteries—Fielder and Crosswaite; Decarly and Abies. HOLY CROSS 6. S. P. CO. 4 [Special Dispatch to The Call] SANTA CRT'S!. Oct. 6.—City league standing* were altered today when the Holy Cross team defeated the Southern Pacifies. The railroaders were tied with two other teams for first place, but defeat at the hands of the tailenders ends their pennant hopes. The Southern Pacifies scored three run* In the first frame, but were unable to solve the twists of Roney. who suc ceeded Harly in the box. Score: R. H. E. Holy Cross *> (J - Southern Pacific ■» ■_ ■» -j Batteries—Hanly. Rony. Oarvanta; Abbott and Hickey. T'mpire. Otto. SAN MATEO 6. SOUTH CITY 2 [Special Dispatch to The Call] SAN MATF.O. Oct. 6. —San Mateo trminced the South City lads here today through heavy bat ting and seme clever base running. Score: R. H. K. San Msteo fi ' 2 ° South City 2 •• 2 Batteries — Noonan and Schafer; Maglnnl and Rollins. SPERRY FLOUR 10, WHITE HOUSE JRS. 2 The Sperrv Flours walked ■ away from the White House" Jrs. at the park yesterday after noon In a listless game. Score: R. H. E. Sperrv Flour 1 n ' 12 White House .Irs 2 4 6 Batteries —Carter and Oaver, Adams Brown. LINCOLN MERCHANTS 8. DIMMONDS 2 OAKLAND. Oct. (j.—The Lincoln Street Mer chants and the Dlmmonds engaged In a stub horn ten Inning battle at the lakeside grounds this afternoon. Nenbert and O'Connor pitched splendid ball, hut the winner's bits came at opportune times. Score: R. H. E. Lincoln Street Merchants 3 £ 1 Dlmmonds 2 7 2 Batteries -Neubert and Sullivan; O'Connor and Tobln. MELROSE HTB. 8, JACKSON FURNITURE 7 [Spect'a/ Dispatch to The Call] MEI.ROSK. Oct. 6. —The Jackson Furniture nine invaded Melrose this afternoon and suffered defeat at the hands of the Melrose club. The furniture lads outbatted their opponents, but poor tmse running was the cause of their down fall. Scon: R- g- *. Melrose Heights * '2 1 Jackson Furniture 7 13 2 Batteries—Kenton and Smith; Lfcber and Ilelntr.. BEULAH PARK 7. FALLON MERCHANTS 5 [Special Dispatch to The Call] OAKLAND, Oct. ft—On th- Fallon street grounds this afternoon the Beulah Park nine succeeded In downing the Fallon Street Mer chants In an exciting contest. Score: R. H. E. Beulah Park J i* •» Fallon Street Merchants '"► 2 1 Batteries—Shilling and O'Connel!; Hanson and Houghton. STANDARD GAS ENGINE 8, WESTERNS fi ALAMEDA. Oct. 6.—The Standard Oas En gine company put the crnsher on the Westerns here this afternoon in a game that was replete with tnanv spectacular plays. Score: R. H. E. Standard Gas Engine company 8 12 1 Westerns •"• 7 2 Batteries —Storer and Phelan; Downey and Leighton. MONARCHS 8, BAY SIDES 3 OAKLAND Oct. 0. —The Monarchs continued their winning streak this afternoon, when they took the newly organized Bay Side nine into camp M the Levi grounds. Score: R. H. E. Monarchs 8 10 1 Bar Side Manufacturing company... 3 4 2 Batteries—Muir and Wilson: «Kenty and lenders. MILL VALLEY 5, FORT BAKES 1 [Special Dispatch to The Call] MILL VALLEY. Oct. fi.—Company D of Fort Baker was no match for the Valley lads here to day and finished on the short end of a Aye in ning game. Score: B. H- E. Mill Valley, » 7 Oj Company D. Fort Baker 1 •» 1 | Batteries-Reuther and O'Donnell; Becks and ; CASUAL CAMP 6, S. F. MOOSE 4 [Special Dispatch to The Call] ANGEL ISLAND, Oct. fi.—Tbe San Francisco Moose lost a very exciting came to the Casual Camp nine here today. Howard of the home team allowed but 4 hits. Score: H. H. E Casual Camp •' ' * San Francisco Moose _ Batteries--Howard and Thatcher: McKntie and Johnson. WHITE HOUSE 18, PIRATES 6 The White House nine made it two for the day by slaughtering the Pirates at Lobos "l« a £f yesterday afternoon. Score: "• *'■ F. White House 'f ' 2 J> * Pirates « » 4 Batteries -Lydon and Paymuller; Bnah, Lack man and Thomas. WHITE HOUSE 14. HABBOB VIEWS 8 The Harbor Views fell a victim to the White House nine at the park yesterday afternoon. Score: R- H. E. White House 14 1« 1 Harbor Views • 3 J . f Batteries—Comber and Johanson; Desmond ana McCarthy. GOLDEN GATES 18, EAGLE LAUNDRY 11 The Golden Gates won their sixteenth straight game yesterday afternoon at the park by de feating the Eagle Laundry nine. Score: R. H. E. Golden < Jates 12 1 3 Eagle + H 9 2 Rptteries—Davis and Warring; Wilton and T. Jackson. POTREROS 6. FORT BABBT 8 [Specie/ Dispatch to The Call] FORT BARRY. Oct. 6.—The Potreros of San I Francisco took the measure of the soldier nine this afternoon In an Interesting game. Score: • R. H. E. Potreros • 5 *4 6 Fort Barry 2 4 4 Batteries -O'Donnell and Graham; Ramery and Steffen. JUVENILES 14. BEBKELEY MOOSE 0 A coat of whitewash was applied to the Berkeley Moose at the South Side playgrounds yesterday afternoon by the Juveniles. Morton gave but two scratchy hits to the Moose nine. aside from striking oat 13 men. Score: Jnvenile Clothing Company 14 1» 0 Berkeley Moose 0 2 3 Batteries—Morton and Magulre; Walter*, Wil son aud Pestli. LAURELS 8, REHAB 0 BERKELEY, Oct. 6.—The L*ortd9 tied the Reaas Warehouse nine tor flnrt place bonora In the Berkeley City league thto afternoon on the San Pablo ground* by almttln* <mt the leaders. lit was « pitcher*' battle betwaea Hadamaik CONVICT TOSSERS BEAT WALLA WALLA WALLA WALLA, Oct. 6>—ln the last frame of the season be tween the Mavericks, an the state penitentiary ball team Is known, and the "AH Star," prac tically the Walla Walla Tri-State team, the convicts walloped the locals 9 to 7. Five gaanes were played and the "Stars" have taken three. The state prison team Is atrictly a "home team" and frames are only played on the prison grounds, on Sundays. Some talented players are serving; time in the local Institution and they frequently trim their opponents, . mainly because the entire prison roots for their own team. and Boldt. The former pitched a no-bit no-run game and fanned 13. Summary: R- H. E, Laurels 2 4 2 Renas Warehouse fi 0 2 Batteries-—Hedemark and Palmgrln; Boldt and Dahl. ALAMEDA ELKS 10, BERKELEY ELKS 5 ALAMEDA. Oct. 6.—The Alameda Elks and the Berkeley Elks, old time rivals, met at Lin coln park this morning In the second game of a series of three. Alameda won, 10 to 5. The winner of the series will be presented with a silver cup. Much enthusiasm has been created over the trophy. JACXSONS 8, MANUFACTURERS 2 BERKELEY. Oct. 6.—The Byron Jacksons beat the Berkeley Manufacturers this afternoon on the San Pablo grounds in the Berkeley City league competitions. Score: R. H. E. Byron Jacksons 3 5 S Manufacturers 0 2 3 Batteries—Jones and Eli; Knickerbocker and James. COLUMBIAS 3, WELLS FARGO 0 BERKELEY, Oct. fi.— The Columbias shut out the Wells Fargo nine In the Berkeley City league on the San Pablo grounds this morning. The score: R. H. E. Columbias ' 3 S 4 Wells Fargo ..0 6 5 Batteries—Lloyd and Dahl: Connelly and Tieder. VAN HORN'S COLTS fi, EL CAMPO 3 EL CAMPO. Oct. 6— Before a large gather ing of picknickers here toSay, two teams. El Campo and Van Horn's Colts, met in a lively tussle, with the Colts finishing on the long end. Score: R. h. E. \"an Horn's Colts 5 11 0 El Campo 3 5 2 Batteries— Wheaton and Collins; Ferguson and iVhelan. OROVILLE 2, BROOKS 1 [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO. Oct. 6.—Blame Durhln, for mer Oakland pitcher, twirling for Oroville this afternoon defeated the Brooks team of this city, holding the locals to 2 hits and 1 run, while his teammates scored 4 runs on C hits from the delivery of Johnson. SANTA ROSA 3. PETALUMA 2 [Special Dispatch to The Call] SANTA ROSA. Oct. fi.—The Petalnma base ball team met defeat this afternoon at the hands of Santa Rosa by a score of 3 to 2. The pitch ing of Kline for Santa Kiwa was the feature. He struck out 16 men and allowed three hits. Kersten seenred a eonple of doubles and a single and was responsible for most of the run getting. WATSONVILLE 8, TURKEY; REDS 3 [Special Dispatch to The Call] WATSONVILLE. Oct. 6.—The Watsonville Giants had a soft time with the Turkey Reds of San Francisco this afternoon. Gla'vernieh fanned 13. Score: R. H. E. Watsonville 8 H 2 Turkey Reds g g 2 BatOries -Glnvernich and jehlo; McNamara, Shoulders and Coleman. LrVERMORE 11, Y. M. I. 2 [Special Dispatch to The Call] LIVERMORE. Oct «.—The I.ivermore Giants walked away from the Young Men's Institute nine tills afternoon In a onesided listless game. Score: B. h. k . Llvermore XI 12 3 Young Men's Institute 2 3 4 Batteries —Garbina and Shenave; Catano and Tubbs. KRIEG A HALTONS 13. CRANES 0 OAKLAND. Oct. 6.—The Frultvale Krleg & Haltons smeared a coat of whitewash over the Crane company nine on the Davis street diamond this afternoon. Score: R. H. E. Krieg & Haltons 14 9' 0 Crane company 0 1 7 Batteries—Calvin and Ercker; Dixon and Dean. DECOTO 8, NEWARK 4 DECOTO. Oct. 6.—The locals grabbed an 8 to 4 I victory from the Newark aggregation this after noon on the local grounds. The Decoto !>oys led all the way and were never in trouble. Score: R. H. E. Decoto 8 jo 1 Newark '4 6 2 Batteries—Catalina and O'Brien; Goldenson and Peraoln. TRIBUNES 6, SAMUELS fi OAKLAND. Oct. fi.—The Tribunes defeated the J. M. Samuels this afternoon at Bay View park in a Hose game. Score: R. H. E Tribunes fi 8 2 Samuels 5 7 4 Batteries—petty and Lyons: Hoffman and Helve. AMERICANS 4, TACOMAS 8 EMERYVILLE. Oct. fi.—The American Rubbers scored a 4 to 3 win over the Tacomas this after noon on the local park. Score: R. H. E. American Rubbers 4 7 1 Tacomas 3 4 2 ! Batteries —Sinclair and Pourroy; Cammis and I Maillot. ! SNOWS 11. MOOSE 4 [Special Dispatch to The Call] FITCHBCRG. Oct. fi.—With a record of IS ! strikeouts and four hits against him. Pitcher Martin of the John F. Snows led his mates to an 11 to 4 victory over the Berkeley Moose at Flteh burg this afternoon. Score: R. H. E. John F. Snow* It 12 4 Berkeley Moose 4 4 7 Batteries—Martin and Thollander; Spear and Walker METROPOLES FORFEIT GAME OAKLAND. Oct ft.— Through failing to put in an appearance at Frultvale Recreation park this morning the Mefropoles forfeited their game with the 8. J- S. Victors. !> to 0. The Victors defeated a picked team of Frultvale merchants by a score of fi to 4. Staraslnlch and Abreu did tbe work for the winners, while Dake and Summers formed the merchants- battery. *** CALLS 6, CHRONICLES 6 OAKLAND, Oct. 6.—lt took 12 innings for the newsboys of The Call and Chronicle to settle their dispute* at First and Pnlon streets this .morning. the hustlers of Tbe Call finally putting over a 6 to 5 win. Third Baseman Lead of the winning nine put his slates in the winning class with a homer in the final round. Score: R. H. E. Call Newsboys « 12- 3 i Chronicle NewslKiys 5 7 » Batteries—Paulina and Paulina; Bernhelm and Ryan. ALBERS BROS, fi, BUPLEY STARS 3 OAKLAND, Oct. 6.—The speedy Albers Bros, nine took a close and exciting game from the Ruplev Stars on the Myrtle street grounds this afternoon Price twirled his usual game, hold ing his opponents to five blngles. Score: R. H. E. Albers Bros 5 11 0 Knpley Stars 3 3 2 Batteries —Price and Oulllard; Sousa and Smith. BARNEY FRANKELS 6, FORT McDOWELL 4 The Barney Frankels of San Francisco added another victory to their credit by defeating the Fort McDowell nine yesterday afternoon. Score; R. H. E. Barney Frankels 8 11 1 Fort "McDowell * 9 3 Batteries —Coyne and Buckles'; Stevens, Sand and McCrncken. MARSHALLS 9, TELEGRAPH HILL 1 Cnder the leadership of Sam Campl. the newly organized Marshall* managed to sneak a win over the Telegraph Hill club on the North Beach grounds yesterday afternoon. Score: R. H. E. Marshalls 9 10 0 Telegraph Hill i 1 « 2 Batteries—Ferrill and Tudor; Crespl, Lahey and Krtola. WEINERB 1, HOWARDS 0 The M. Welners and the Howards crossed bats on the South Side playgrounds yesterday after noon in a hard fought game. McAllister and Blanchard engaged In a pitcher's duel, the for mer having the better of the argument. Score: R. H. E. M. Welners 1 « 1 Howards 0 6 0 Batteries —McAllister and Grimmer; Blanchard and Robinson. CLARIONS fi, MARTINEZ 3 [Special Dispatch to The Call] MARTINEZ. Oct. fi.—The Clarions of San Francisco defeated the Martinez today. The pitching of Ooouey of the winners was of class A variety. Score: R, H. E. Clarions 5 7 1 Martines 3 4 1 Batteries —Cooney and Gardina; Peterson and Jackson. BROWN BROTHERS 8, TELEGRAPHS 1 The Brown Brothers administered a severe drubbing to the Telegraphs on the North Beach grounds yesterday afternoon. Barrier allowed but four scattered hits and waylaid 13 men via the strikeout route. Score: B. H. E. Brown Brothers 8 10 1 Telegraphs 1 4 9 Batteries—Barelejr «*4 Kraft; Gblo, Ferrlll and Scott. Oaks and Beavers in Spectacular Windup Split Fighting Double Header and Incidentally the Series Too [Special Dispatch to The Call] PORTLAND, Oct. 6.—The Beavers wound up the season on the home grounds by dividing a double header with the league leaders, and incidentally dividing the series, 3—3. Two spectacular pitching battles sent a crowd of fans home with much rnore % than their moneys worth. Abies won the opener for Oakland, one to nothing, but had to go 10 innings to come home with victory. Klawitter, who opposed him, pitched wonderful ball, and both hurlers kept out oi trouble until the tenth, when the Oaks bunched three hits and sent one man across. The second, game was a brilliant victory for Harry Suter, the former Seal, who in a shortened eight inning engagement allowed only two hits, fanned 10 men, did not issue a pass and won, sto 1. The Oaks' sole run came as the result of an error by Ban croft in the eighth inning. That error. however, tied the score, but Portland fell on Gregory hard In the last of the eighth and made five hits count for four runs. Then, when the third man was out, the game was called on a time agreement. The opener was a hard one for Kla wltter to lose. Until the tenth inning not an Oakland runner got past first base, while the Beavers had threatened mildly several times. In the opening frame a walk, sacrifice, hit by pitcher and double steal put Portland men on second and third with only one out. but right there Abies started to pitch and from then on to the sixth not a Beaver reached second, an error then being responsible for the advance. MITZE'S WILLOW STRONG The Oakland victory came suddenly, and was due to the fine stick work of Mitze. Hetling opened in the tenth with a clean single. Delmas popped up and Cook singled, advancing Hetling to second. Tiedemann also popped up when Mitze sent a drive down the first base line. Hetling scoring. The Beavers didn't have a chance. Suter's pitching was a revelation to the fans who had counted the former; Seal down and out. For the third time in two weeks he performed marvel ously and the Oaks never had a real lookln. Gregory, however, was going at a nice clip and until the eighth the only Beaver run squeezed across was in the fourth, as a result of Doane's long two bagger down the first base line and Krueger's single. In the sev enth Howley got as far as third, where lie died. Chadbourne. Doane and Rodgers singled in succession in the eighth after Suter had fanned, Chad scoring. Doane then came in on Krueger's sacri fice fly and Rodgers also came in when Mitze let the throwin go through him. Howley and Fisher then completed the fun by doubling. Howley scoring. ABI.ES HAS R-R-HEVEMJE—HA! It was great revenge for Abies, who had been walloped 6 to 0, by Klawltter j in the first of the series Wednesday, i On that occasion Klawitter whiffed j Abies every time he came to bat. and i the big southpaw put everything he i had on the ball against his opponent I today. Klawitter consequently fanned j three times, as did Higginbotham, who! essayed to pinch hit for him in the j tenth. Abies was in superb form j throughout, striking out 10 men and j allowing five hits to seven off Kla witter. Southpaw Suter should have had a j shutout over the Oaks in the second j eighth inning affair. The score was thus: OAKLAND First game— AB. R. BH. CO. A. E. Leant, 2b 4 (» ft 3 I 0 Abbott. 1. f •» fi 0 1 O 0 j Coy, r. f 3 <> 1 0 0 0 Hetling, 3b 3 1 1 2 3 1 Delmas, c. t l fi <> l S ft ! Cook, ss 4 fi 2 2 1 1 Tiedemann, lb 4 0 1 11 1 0 ; Mitze. c 4 0 2 11 1 0 \ Abies. p. .. 3 0 0 0 2 0 , Total 33 1 7 30 11 tj PORTLAND AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. j Chadbourne, 1. f 4 0 0 2 0 01 Doane c. f 3 0 2 3 0 0 Rodgers. 2b 3 0 1 5 2 0 Krueger, r. f 4 •<> 0 2 0 ih Hawlev, lb 4 fi 1 « 1 ft I Fisher, c 4 ft 1 9 2 o*l Baker. 3b 3 0 0 0 1 fi '■ Bancroft, ss 3 0 0 2 2 ft; Klawitter. p 3 0 0 1 1 0 •Higginbotham 1 0 0 0 0 0! Total 32 0 5 30 9 oj •Batted for Klawitter in tenth. RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS Oakland " "> 0 0 0 <> 0 0 fi I—l J Basehits 0 1 1 ft fi o I 1 (t 3—7 1 Portland fi O 0 ft fi ft ft ft ft 9—« l Basehits 0 001 01 111 0— o ! SCMMARY Struck out—By Abies in. by Klawitter 6. First base on called balls—Off Abies :i. off Kla witter 2. Two base lilt —Mitze. Double play- Bancroft to Rodgers. Sacrifice hits—Donne. Hetling. Hit by pitched ball—Rodgers. Wild pitch—Abies. Time of game—1 hoar and 4ft i minutes. Umpires—McCarthy and Casey. BEAVERS 5, OAKS 1 OAKLAND Second game— AB. R. BIL PO. A. E. ' Leard. 2b 3 0 0 2 3 0 * I 11 TZ^a l"A A^l." l <*\M M ."V^y^Jßl BBbTbH 888^88888888888888888888888888888888^^^^^^ - CV ■ MttlffTwltMH |fl !■■ E 1 KKflffl 4a«a4Ba l|| *BBai^B^4a | aila^aaßB**aBß a^^BB*>aaßB* I fiE*—»<-«-«-—«« »«»»»■»»» t .».« »!».»»> (MUSEUM OF ANATOMY °* KUN „! OFFiCE A iGRtATta than rveat) I / • M*~*\ Weakness or any contracted aiacua I , ™ i m the san francisco IM DISEASES OF MEN C.A I /'COT Mfl CeaaulUbM fr«» and (triedr private. fl| ■ B^_^_ (»°B V tt> Treatment pmrnlW ar by Utter. A ' > aW Va* 88888881 BBBBaTaI «JL poalOve cure at avary cam ua- HBbT aWtakan. "^J FT xHss^T- 904 BRO&DWAY DR.JOMAH.^rS 1 S.F..CAL j 0 .-'*'!^"" i i i I I Abbott, 1. f 3 0 <> 2 i) 0 I Coy. r. f :: v 1 <> 0 « He'tling, 3b 8 # fi 1 2 0 O'dmas. c. f 3 T 1 2 0 0 Cook, ss 2 o ti i 2 o Ticdeniann. lb 3 0 n 12 1 0 ! Mitze, c g <> fi 4 2 1 I Gregory. B I 0 " fi 2 0 Total M 1 2 24 12 1 PORTLAND ; AB. R. BIL P<). A. E. Chadbourne. 1. f. 4 1 1 n fi fi Doane. c. f 3 2 2 O 0 0 Rodgers. 2b 3 1 1 fi 2 fi Krneger, r. f 3 0 1 4 0 fi Hawlev. lb 4 1 3 f) 0 fi I Fisher, c 1 ft 1 0 2 0 Baker. 3b 3 0 0 1 1 1 Bancroft, ss 3 0 0 I 2 t Suter, p 3 0 0 0 3 0 Total 2" 5 ft 24 10 2 RUNS ANR HITS'BY INNINGS Oakland fi 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—l Basehits 0 0 0 10 0 0 I—2 Portland I) 0 0 1 fi 0 ft 4 —5 Basehits fi 10 2 0 0 1 5—9 SCMMARY Struck out—By Gregory 2. by Suter 10. Ifrat base on called balls—Off Gregory 2. Two base bits —Howley (21. Doane. Fisher. Double plays i —FNlier to Bancroft, Tiedemann I unassisted». Sacrifice hits —Rodgers, Fisher. Cook. Sacrifice fly—Krueger. Stolen bases—Doane. Rodgers. Hit by pitched ball —Fisher. Time of game—l hour and 30 minutes. Umpires—McCarthy and j Casey. Solonettes Get Bath Of Whitewash | [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, Oct. 6.—Stockton de j feated Sacramento in the state league j game at Oak Park today by the score jof 5 to 0. Press Martin was In fine I-form and struck out 11 men. Heilman i also pitched a good game. Timely hit i ting made the victory easy for Stock ! ton. Garibaldi distinguished himself by ! knocking a home run In the eight') j inning. The score: SACRAMENTO AH. It. BH. PO. A. r.. j Bonador. c. f 4 0 fi 1 fi 1 ! Sliver. 1. f 4 ft ft 2 1 0 I DeloM, ss 4 ft o .". 3 fi I Foster, 9b 3 ft ft « 3 " • Wright, 2b 3 ft 1 1 2 o Tobin. c 3 (l ft 7 2 1 : Ciilverson. r. f 3 ft ft ft ft ft j Koch, lb 3 ft ft 4 0 ft j Heilman, p 2 0 0 1 2 0 Total 20 0 1 24 13 2 STOCKTON AB. R. BIL PO. A. E. Oiannini. 2b. 4 1 1 1 1 0 iFranck. ss 1 ft 1 2 3 ft j Garibaldi, c. f 3 1 1 1 ft ft i Norton, lb I 1 0 11 1 1 : Thrrnton. r. f 4 1 ft 0 0 ft Russell. 1. f 4 0 2 I 0 ft .Tovee. 3b 3 ft 1 0 2 fi Priest, c 3 1 1 lO 1 0 j Martin, p 3 0 0 1 1 ft Total 26 5 7 2T © 1 RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS Sacramento ft ft ft ft ft ft 0 O o—ft Basehits ft 0 0 O ft 0 1 0 o—l Stockton 1 1 0 0 ft ft 0 8 x—s Basehits 2 10 0 0 0 13 x—7 SUMMARY Home run-Garibaldi. Three base hit—Wright. Two base hit —Priest. Struck out —By Heilman 7. by Martin 11. First base on called balls—Off Heil'man 5. off Martin 1. I.eft on bases—Sacra mento 3. Stockton 5. Stolen bases—Norton. Priest. Wild pitch—Heilman 2. First base on errors—Sacramento 1. Double plays—Joyce to Franck to Norton. Passed ball —Priest. Time bf same— 1 hour and 52 minutes. Umpire— Zeigler. Scorer—Davis. MODESTO 8. GALT 2 MODESTO AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Warren, r. f 4 2 1 0 1 2 Wares,, ss 4 1 0 4 2 0 Mcllale. 1. f 5 1 2 2 0 ft Hoffman, c. f.. p 3 0 2 4 ft O Kellv, 2b 4 0 1 0 3 1 Osborne. 3b 4 ft 0 0 0 1 Perils, lb 3 1 1 7 1 0 Ryan, c 4 1 2 8 0 ft Mobley, p 4 2 2 1 3 ft Murphy, S. f ft 0 0 1 0 ft Total , 35 8 11 2T 10 4 GALT AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Madden, r. f 4 ft 0 0 0 0 Hern. 2fc 3 1 ft 2 2 1 Hausman. ss 3 0 0 2 3 1 Carrigan. I. f 4 1 1 1 0 0 Johnstone, c. t 4 0 1 4 0 ft Burns c 4 ft 1 fi 2 0 Coultrln. 3b 4 ft 0 O 1 0 Greenlaw, lb 3 0 0 9 0 ft Wiggs, p 3 0 0 0 1 2 Total 32 2 3 24 9 4 RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS Modesto 2 ft ft 3 0 3 0 0 x— 8 Basehits 2 2 1 3 2 1 ft ft x—ll Gatt ft ft ft ft 0 2 0 0 o—2 Basehits t ft ft ft 1 2 0 0 o—3 SUMMARY . Two base hits—Mcllale. Mobley. Sacrifice hits —Warren. Wares. Sacrifice fly —Hoffman. Stolen bases—Mellale (2). Hern, Johnstone. Bases on balls —Off Mobley 2 in 7 innings, off Hoffman 3 In 2 Innings, off Wiggs 1. Left on bases— Modesto 7, Gait 8. Wild pitch—Mobley. Time of game—l hour and 42 minutes. Umpire— i Boone.