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OAKS WIND UP WEEK LIKE THE CHAMPS THEY ARE
"TIE IN THE FIRST
GAME, VICTORY IN
THE AFTERNOON
Prize Bonehead Play by the
Portland Catcher, Fisher,
Hands Contest to
Oakland
WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
The championship class that the Oak
land team showed the world last sea-
son remains intact this season. Oak
land finished up the second week of the
XfM campaign yesterday afternoon on
the San Francisco diamond with a per
centage of 700 for seven games won
and three lost. The grand total W9M
swelled yesterday when the champions
tied the Beavers in a twelve inning set
to on the Oakland diamond in the
morning and beat them in the after
noon.
H wa« a wonderful day for bftMball,
and it was duly celebrated by two won
derful games and witnessed by two
separate and distinct wonderful crowds.
The very fact that Portland slugged the
hall all over the field made ftp differ
ence to the t'ommiitfrs, who were as
o weak with the stick as a hiinrt man in
■ faro game. But they inarched off the
field with the gravy, and this is what
counts in our glorious national pas
time.
SOLID IVORY MMI
The main event, designated as the
■ftentooa game. wa.« a shocking exhi
bition on the [iHi-i <.f .me Portland in
dividual. Catcher Qua Fisher. He rftade
two of the champion bone headed errors
of thp season In the fiftli round, the
only one in which the Oftks showed
their fighting spirit. Four runners
dashed madly home and the game was
■broken up. although only one little
bingler was sandwiched in. Fisher's
work was a crime against the wonder
ful game.
Bill James, the lofty smiling one,
latched a conteet that would have won
him fame, honor and glory in any
league. During the seven innings of
his session on the slab lie held the™ >i \<?
to three hits, and they were all scat
tered along the Use Of battle. The
further he went the better lie was. but
the best he got wns a setback in the
percentage o«olumi,.
A\ FUT M PPORT lUCAJIf
This just jioes to illustrate what sttp
leans to a man in the box. Old
Bill Malarkey, twirling for the Oak*,
pitched a ShtttOUt game, although he
was tapped for seven lOtld wallops.
But the men behind him overlooked no
chances. There were no Fishers among
them. They played baseball first, last
and all the time, and whenever the fin-
mer big leaguer did get Into a tlpht
hole there was- always somebody to ko
to the. bst to save his life. No wonder
on.
Tt may as well be said ripht here
that MeCredi* is never Koing to create
any sensation in this leag-iie with his
tvvn backstop?. Fisher and Berry.
Neither of them can be trusted for a
fraction of an inning- behind the bat.
Berry* is always pulling a rough sttukt
or tossing the ball awi-y. Fteher can
neither throw nor hold a thrown ball,
lie is a good hitter, but his hits fail to
make up for the rough stunts that he
piles up in the meantime.
HARD I,ICK, OI<D TOPI
No wonder the' sympathy of the
spectators went out to .James.
Nine-tenths of them were for him, and
the cries of ffcoan who were against
hm could not be heard] with the ma
jority holding- the floor And to think
that the official ret ordß must charge
James with the loss of the g-ame!
Tho history of that awful fifth frame
is about as sad as it Iβ long winded
and complicated. James Started his
own trouble by hitting Hohrer. the
first man to face him. Then Malarkey
bunted and Fisher heaved the ball
away at eecoml. heard i \. <i with
another hunt. Tt was fielded by Der
rick, who whipped Malarkey out at
■econd, but Rohrer pulled up at third.
J I ST THF. PRKFME
This was only the start at the dis
turbance. Leard quickly ffol away
with a steal. Then, with two and two
hiriTi. Umpire Fitmpy sailed a
ball when it looked as though the hat
ter struck at the >>a 11. Anyhow, after
-«'ial wrangle followed. Schirm
walked and each bag held an Oakland
runner.
Elmer Zacher swung- hard on a fast
'l hit it on a lively bound riaht
into the waiting mitts of .lamrs. The
big fellow whipped the hall in to
Fisher, and ]i>. and behold, thin highly
touted American league backstop let
the pill slip through that big pillow of
:t was a heave that a schoolboy
would have been ashamed to drop, but
It let Rohrer and Leard scamper over
the plate and started the Oaks on their
way to a victory.
i IIKER IP, GWEJVDOLYIfI
The worst was not at hnnd, » ith«*r.
Ks( !ipr started for aecond while .lames
held the hall and no attempt was made
to nail him. Berry Coy delivered a red
hot binglT over second base, Schirm
and Ooy tore all the way home and
Oakland amassed four tallies on one
hit. Can this one be beaten in any
league?
There was no fight left in any mem
ber of the Portland team from that
time on. James' B/oed natured, cheery
smile was supplanted by a look of dis
gust that made everybody hoot at
l-'isher. The other Beavers realized
that their catcher had purnmod every
thing upend that with Halarkey work
ing as he was their chances of getting
* run were about I to 100.
DKir TOI R BKAMK, HO:
Hat* off to th<> Oakland Mabster for
\." brand of ball he hurled! He kept
theee seven hits .'ill scattered and
seemed to know the weattaese of all
Ms opponents. His control was superb.
;ind so was his support. The one error
did not do any damage and the fans
forgot it a few moments after it hap
pened. It wa« his second victory of
the week, for all the rooters will re
member how he let the Beavers down
with one run last Wednesday.
The Beavers had a fair chance in the
fifth. With one down. itcCormkffc was
passed and Fisher belted the ball
t the .enter field fence. A great
throw by Zacher '-aught him at Beeond,
and then James flied to Coy.
In the ninth, after Roiigers had been
retired, Krueger picked off a single to
tenter and Derrick beat out an infield
JWM.. MeCormkk forced Krueffer on an
(*■ f grounder and Berry ended it all
u-iking out.
IF OM.Y— BIT AVHASSI SKf
Hairing the fifth, when tlu\v made
r very tiling count, tfte Oaks were not al
all danseroUS. James had them all
tumbled up. and but. for those two
fatal mistakes that Mr. Fisher made,
Standings of Clubs
in the Coast League
♦- ! «■
>v. l. Pet.
Oakland 7 8 700
I.on \ ngelri 8 5 «ir.
P«r< land « c r»00
Venice c nM 420
Sarrmnputo 4 « 400
San Francisco 5 8 885
RKSULTS OF* GAMES
Oakland % Portland 2 112 Iβ
ulnft-a).
Oakland 4, Portland 0.
Venice 2, San Fraeclaco 1 (11
i nitlnß n. »
\ i-niff 5, Sun Franelaeo 4.
Sacramento JS. Lot* \u»t«-l«-« 4.
fllli— TOMORROW
Oakland at San Franelnco.
l.ofc Aneelea at Portland.
Saerameuto-Venlee at ••<>« Aβ
*ele«.
MORNING BATTLE
ENDS IN A 2-2 TIE
Twelve Inning Hair Raising
Mixup Holds Attention of
11,000 Ardent Fans
After 12 rounds of hair raising ball
on the Oakland diamond in the morn
ingr, the time limit put the rollers un
der the ambitions of the rival tossers.
So they were forced to leave the field
with honors unsettled.
Once more the hard luck brothers
formed a combination against the
Heavers. They slammed Pitcher How
ard Gregory for II nice drives and
they only netted two tallies. They
would have been jjood for only one
had not Daddy Rohrer made what is
known on the line as a "sucker peg"
in the third spasm. This gave the
Reav«>r« ; » tally which they were not
entitled to.
The new park was Jammed to the
limit. The turnstiles registered more
than 11.000 admissions, Riid as one of
the wags in the stand remarked. "They
were all f«.r Portland but about 10,000."
That was the way it went. The men
from the north were forced to Work
against sentiment and popular ac
claim. But they did their work well.
as the score shows. They hit the ball
on the pick and they fielded nicely, but
somehow or other, they could not get
a fifty fifty break In the lock column.
and tniH one figures just as strong in
the game as the runs, hits, errors and
other featttrei which help make up
box scores.
The Heavers booted the ball behind
Stanley in thu first round and the
Oaks put over a tally that was not due
them. They were there strongr in the
s* i ond. Avlu-n Kesa nipped otT a three
seeker to center and Cook brought him
home with a long fly t<. Fitzgerald. In
cidentally, this was the last one which
the transbay slugfrprs were able to
nf-jrot iate.
The Beavers laid low till tlie third.
Then L4DdSSv)r put ■ s-afe one through
lletllng- and Rodßers bunted him along.
Derrick lifted Si long fly between sec
mid and center, which nhould hiive been
erHbb.'d by either L»e*rd <>r timcinr. But
they both passed it \ip. so Portland
landed on tbe genre sheet.
Tlie deadlock happened in round
Lindsay singled to center ami
K«M inisHcti a throw of an easy
p;roupd«r from Derricks bat. Kodg-ers
took a iv'.ance and to third and
then they worked the double Hteal, sim 7
ply lit-. :iiide Rohrer was foolish enough
to pe*r the ball down to secottd with
two gone. This is one of the reasons
why Oakland should have won the
aair... even thouph its tossers made
Billy 2 bit! against IS by the Reavers.
Tlie S<
i'URTI.ANi>
M'.rnlnp Game— AR. H. PH. PO. A. K.
rhttdbonroe, I. f «; o 5 | 0 0
mt**r*ld. r. f « i> 0 1 o 0
LlndMjr. :,b r> \ | o g
Rddff»T«, 2l> 4 i> % I 4 0
Knifgpi-. c f j 1 o 1 ft 0
Dvrrick. Ib 0 0 2 l"i 'A 0
MrO.irmii li. s» a .1 1 i> r, fj
Fl*B*r, • 1 11 ;_> (5 3 q
Stanley, p 1 0 «> it •_> 0
W*'st. p 4 o 1 1 4( ,
'i'o-.ii aj 1 ir> st 21 .1
OAKLAND
AH. n. BH. PO. A. K.
r.card. 2b r, i> <> .1 .1 o
*lt!i-»i. 1. f 2 1 0 .'{ 0 0
Zaratr. <■. r r> 0 o 2 i» 0
•oy. r. f 4 0 (i 2 11 §1
llcilinir. .Mb 3 <> 1 7 r, ~
Kese, ib 4 1 1 || (i o
<ook. h» ;( i> i> 2 .'{ I I
J{ohri»r. c .4 11 i> 1; 4 1 1
Ottgorr, i< 4 ii i> 1 .•{ oj
T'.tai m a : m is "2
BUKfI A\t> lll'iy HY I\MNi;S
Portland .. .11 0 1 i> | 0 1 t> 0 i> 0 0— 2
liHM'iiit* ..1 121-♦%"J 91, i ] 1 ].'{
Dnklaml ....1 1 11 i> 11 0 i> 11 i> t> Q o—2
B«aeklta . .0 1 n 1 i> i> i> •> 0 •> <> <>— •> \
sv,\\M.\n\
Two nun and ono hit off Stanley la two in
nmsTH. Thrft* ti.isc hit — Wss. Two l> H si- |,ji
1 niK.'i ; . Sacrtflcf Jilts—Ko<Jgcr>.. Schirm. Kriie
2iT. «'p<!. Cislipr. Sacrlflc fly—fook. Stolen
bean Knipgpr (S». Derrick (5), Plsher, siiirm
Klrvt bnxp <>n ,■*]]*,] bHlln— Off Oratory 7, off
Stanley 1. off 2. Struck out—By Gregory
I, by Stanley 2. by \V>st 4. Double plave—
We»t to Derrick t<> Lind«n.v: Gregory to Rohrer
to IlPtllint to iirrtzory 10 Rhlrtn; Went to >r.
(ormick to Derrick. Wild pitch—Oregnrv.
Time of Ramp—2 hour* and 22 minute*, l'm
pire»>—Phylr and Flnnpy.
there in no telline; how long the teams
might have been deadlocked in a score
less combat. The score:
PORTLAND
AltPrnooo Gnm*»— AB. R BH. To. A. K.
riiadlH.unie. If 4 0 1 0 0 0
rilzgciMld. r. f :j 0 0 O 0 0
Llndaay. :?n 401010
I;o.|por-.. 2b 4 0 o 2 ft (>
Krnecer. p. f 4 o \ r, a 0
I'fTii.k. n> 4 n 2 11 1 0
M'tii!milk. «g .1 0 \ 2 r> 0
Fiwlipr. c 2 0 1 ."{ 1 3
.Taiiiw. p I o O 0 1 o
•erry. c 1 0 o 1 o 0
•l'O.Tfl' , 1 l> I! (> O 0
Hicginbotbatn, p 0 g i> Q ■ <,
"Kraw 1 n (I i> it §
Total a 0 7 24 M 3
•Rattfd for Jamps in the oighth.
♦''Batted for Berry in thf> ninth.
OAKLAND
AB. R. Hll. PO. A. K.
2b :; 1 i> 1 SO
Scbirm. I. f x 1 i> .•{ 0 f
Zachpr. c< ;{ 1 1 i 1 t>
<'".v I. f 4 (1 1 1 O tl
He til Of. 'Mi 4 11 i> 0 '2 0
\i«s. lti :; 1 1 ]5 0 o
Cook, s> « i> o 1 21
Kclirrr. r -' 1 it 4 1 O
Malarkoy, p :', i» i> 11 | 0
T«ial M 4 ri 27 1C 1
lil'NS AND HITS Bt INNIM.S
Tortlani! 0 O O (i 0 <> i> o o—o0 —0
Baeehit* 0 1 '• <» 1 1 1 1 £ —7
Oaklnnil it t> 11 t> 4 0 0 0 x—4
BasiMiit* ~.1 1 (i 11 1 0 0 0 x—3
Sf-MMAHV
Pitcher* raeord 4 roM «i>d :'. .iff JFessts
in 7 iniiinu'-: eterss defeai to hiM. Two base
ail Ken. Sacrifice uit i.«ani. gtritw .
I.ceril Zin In r i-i. Ftnt base on callPd hatle —
Oft James :'.. off Malarkcv ■£. Struck out— By
James I. by Malarkoy 4. Hit by pitched ball—
Ilohrer and N«e by Jimw. IVitihle play—McCor
midt te Hodßors to IXrrirk. Wild pitch— .Tatnee.
Time of >;:iiiip•— 1 hour and .■>.'» minutes". Umpires—
KiniKT nnd Phrlf.
MISSOURIANS SHOW MINNESOTA
nil.! MBIA. Mo., April 13.--Nicholson and
Tjitclifr of .Missouri were thr stars in tbp track
n<rei $-e«terday bciw<>e)i (he aalvenitlei of Mis-
M-'iiri Mli'l Minnesota, which Missouri won, vv .
t.. I'm., Nirlmlson vv.in |we, nml tied for ■ third
place. Tat'-Ucr übiaiueU two firsts aud a t-ctuad.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1913.
TIGERS TAKE TWO
AND THE SERIES
Our Prides Lose Each of
Yesterday's Games by a
Run Apiece
ANY OLD SEAL'S LAMEXT
(With apologies if required)
I I Mood in Venice on the Bane of Slrli*.
A pitcher mid a catcher on each
hnnd:
I aavr ill.- pitcher, with adroit dlngrulfte.
Twirl me a apltball—Gee, could I but
laad
One wallop on the Hpbere, It would be
grand—
The baaea full—and a dying fflory
amllea
O'er the far time* when the old Seals'
brave band
Lapped up the winged Tigers by the
nillee—
Bnt I Mrnck ont—rnnr on Hap M<>
gan'* wllea!
—A. L. P.
a
(Special liispatrh to The CalU
IX)S ANGELES. April 13.—When the
Tigers today clamped the lid on the
Seals in the second gamp by a score of
r> to 4. after a hair raising eleventh
inning finish in the morning game by
a score of 2 to 1, it was evident that
the Venice team had recovered all its
Old time ferocity, and was now ready
for anything , that the season may
bring forth.
The morning game, with those extra
innings, was entirely a Lou IJtschi af
fair, for not only did he score the
J Tiger runs, but it was his home run
in the eleventh, with two out and only
a minute to play, that effectually
scrambled the fish for the despondent
visitors, and set their mascot to pack
ing up their bats forthwith. For the
lloganites had won the series, and that
was all.
Harry Stewart in the morning game
allowed the visitors but four hits and
was credited with eight strikeouts,
while Thomas also struck out eight
men and allowed but five hits.
The last of the ninth found the
j Tigers without a run, but a walk and
a wild throwing neance by the Seals
aided them. Thing* drifted alon<
serenely until the eleventh when, with
two out mid but about a minute to
play, Llteohi's wallop went against the
inside fence and it was all over.
The afternoon game opened with a
fusillade of bast- hits by ibe Tigers and
ended about the same way, with a firml
rally for the Seals Which netted them !
three runs, but they were not enough
and it was soon finished. Jack, Oilligan
pitched at the start and lingered for a
third of a game, during which he
walked two men. made a balk and was
hit for four rune.
Standridge followed and pitched hit
j less bull until the eighth, when the
; Tigers made one more run*. Tt looked
as though the visitors might tie in
the ninth after sending in three runs
and a man on third, but their hopes
were dashed when Hogan went out at
first. Score:
SAN FRAXCISro
Affonioon OasM - AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
MitndorfT. r. f S i> o 1 0 n,
McArrtle, -jt. 4 i •_> 'j I 1
««-Cml. Hi 4 « (• tt 1 I)
-ton. If 4 J o 4 ~ o !
j Zimmermen, c. f 4 1 2 .'! <» l>
('(■Hutu. «*. .* ;( i 2 2 j (i
' fartwriglit. .tb 4 (• 1 2 2 0
I Schmidt, o ;: q ii 1 \ o
i.lllluaii. i> <> it it «. o ~
Stmidrlilgp. i> a o it ii 2 i>
"Howard l „ i ~ 0 o
•Mr. Hogaa l g o o o ..
Total 34 4 8 24 IS 1
*Ha Mcd for Schmidt In ninth.
•'Bsttpit for Standrldße lit ninth.
VKMCB
A 1 , .. U. HH. PO. A. R.
I Carluli*. 1. f I i i 3 o o
I MVl.xm. c. f 4 1 1 2 0 0
j Bar lea*, r. f 4 i 1 ] o o
I "'"*!'■ » ■ i> i> I o o
I'HttfrPon. lb 4 1 1 12 0 0
I.itPehl, :tl, g (i ] ) 4 o
Hallinan. sm 4 i 2 2 .". (i
Tooaemsa, c i Q ) 4 S n
I sTeeataer, a j | 1 s 1 0
'l'"t*l 32 B 11 -'7 12 0
lIiNS ami liITH Bf ENKINOfI
.San rrsncisio .. .0 t> 11 11 <i n 1 o 3 _ 4
Basehits 0 11 i> 11 0 t> :; i> §. . x
I Vealea 1 o o 0 0 i> 6 1 x—r.
Ba*ehit« 4 o 1 'i 1 1 11 | x -11
SIMMARV
Pour bit! and four raas off Gilllicnn la oiip
third Inning. Charge ii»-ieiu ta <iiiiiga<t. sa<Ti
fi<'«» hit— ffw»p. HaiTifW tty—- Kocirtaer First
l.»i>n 00 <n11..(t ltritlM— Off Otllffma '-'. «.(T Sl.inil
ridfie 2. on KoestMT 2. Htrink 00t -By Bttßd
ridge 1. l>y KocstOK 5. Balk—Uillijren. Stolen
bftnea—McArdie. Johnston. Hit by pltdter—
I C«rll<)»- l>y Standridgf. TlB»e .if Smee—l hour
and a< mnatM. Dmwlr— Pwh anil SUCartliy.
SAN FRANCISCO
kferalog Game— AB. K. I.U. PO. a. k.
Afundoiff. r. f 4 <» 11 ■> o 11
McArdl*, 2b I 1 i> 1 2 j>!
MoCarl. ]|i S <l 1 r, f> 2 I
JobMtoa. I. ( 4 i> I :; o o
ZilllHHTliinil, C. t r> 0 1 $ (I II
t'nrliaD. M 4 i> <« 1 ] ~
Cftrtwrightt .".l> 4 0 1 1 :! 6
I Spencer, c r? o c ft 1 0
I Tlioinax. |i 4 i> i> 1 2 1
Itotsl ;:4 1 4 »aa 19 a
VENKT.
AH. H BH. PO. A. E.
f'arlislp, 1. f B t> i> 2 O I)
Meloan, 0. t 4 <• 1 to Q
BajrteM. r. f.; 4 Q 1 1 o a
Hopp, 2b. ..., r> o i> 2 t> i'
Patterson, lb 4 0 0 j> 4 n
MtHohi. 3b 4 2 1 1 3 1
H.illlnan. s<< li f> 2 R 5 1
Tonneman. c 4 0 O 10 1 0
Stewart, p 3 0 0 4 5 0
Total 36 2 r> 33 18 2|
•Two f.ii( winning run «<*or<!d.
nr\s and hits ry UOflMOfl
San KranriKco. .0 00001 0000 O—a
Basrbits 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 n 0 4
Venire ..(> (» 0 O O O 0 n 1 0 1 2
BsMbits 110000110 0 I—r>
StMMARY
Home run—f-ltscUi. Two base hits— Meloan.
.Tohnston. Halllnan. ICcCmI. Sacrifice hitu —
/Itnmorman. Johnston, Stfwart. Hellinan.
Stolen I>as.-K—MunilorlT, AfrCarl. Mrloan.
base on called balls —Off Tliouias 4, efl Stewart
5. Struck out—By Tlioraa* S. by Stewart 8.
l)onblo play-—Stewart to Tonnoman to Paftcr
non. Tim« of game—l hour b>4 TiT minutes.
Umpires—Mr-Carthy and Buxli.
BELLA VISTAS 10. DIMOND GROCERB 6
Tlip Bella VlxtMjt njtflin bumbled fbe l>imond
CrottTi; on the Iwere' irronndu nt Fruitvnle vpb
tfrday mernißK. Tbf r M of Dmrrow for the
w ir,tipr!> fmttirpil. Bc6rc: R. 11. E
BHla Vistas 1o 12 h
Dlmond Qtotttt 0 9 ?,
Battorlps—Cooften and Harrow; <;rpcn and
BAYSIDES 11. PACIFICS 4
The Ra.rsldP3 eeptnrprt an ln<? victory from
j the Pacific* on the lake diamond, Oakland, yps
i tcrday morning. Score: R. 11. E.
itß.rsidps 11 U 2
1 Pacifies 4 8 3
Betteriee —Harrington and Healy; Birvey and
Leach.
PIRATES S. PICKED TEAM 3
Tlip PiratPs ran away frmn a pteked foam at
the park yt-stcrdjij at'tciiiuon. Score:
R. }l. B
Pirate* 8 1 ♦ :;
Hrked 'IViim S 10
liattcrlcs-lvcki'ls mikl Oralili; Uoutl .Mini N,\v
■ liniiSP.
PARK BOYS 7. OWLS 2
Tim Park BeTa ilwuvd tba i»wu n 1 iio nark
diamond yeatwasy afternoon. Score:
K. 11. r..
Turk Bojw ' 7 l.i 8
Owls ' 2 H ;s
Batteries —Klorcsr Mini N«onan; I)irg>> am!
Lee.
ALL STARS 13. NOONAN STARS 7
The All Stnrs KOrad an pasr win frmn (hi-
Xixraan Stiir" at the park yealertey nlti-rnooii.
Siwc: ft. 11. i:
All stnrs 1.1 17 ::
Xooean Btar* T 14 . i
I'.attiTi'v Xi -ily auU rowell: Ciiliiil. Leslie
and Hard/,
Standings of Clubs
( in American League |
Wi L. Vet.
Philadelphia % 0 1000
\\ nHhiiiK-t •>■! 1 a 1000
St. Lou Ik 2 1 667
cihicnjro a i eer
Cleveland 1 1 800
Detroit 1 3 333
Ronton 0 2 000
New York 0 1 000
RESI LTS OF GAMES
Cblcaffo 7, St. Lomlm 2.
Other game* oft*. Rain.
WOLVES BREAK IT
EVEN WITH ANGELS
Southrons Are Dangerous in
the Last Two Spasms, But
Fail to Win Out
PACIIAMKN'TO, April 1 r , ,. — Sacra
mento broke even with Los Angeles
fOf the series at three games each by
taking today's game, fi to 4, in a tight
pitchers' battle, which the southern
ers all but broke up in the last inning.
Kenworlhy'.s home run in the sec
ond started the scoring for the locals.
Lot Angeles tied up in the third on a
walk, passed ball arid Page's triple.
In the fourth Sacramento droVe Orab.be
out of the hiix. Two walks and sln-
Kles by Kenworthy and Lewie put
over two runs. Driscoll relieved
Crabbe anil Stark's sacrifice fly and
BliM' single to left put over two
more runs In the same inning and
ended Sacramento's scoring-.
Arellanes held the Angles to one hit
up to the eighth, when Ellis' home run
followed Ken worthy's error and Page's
single and put>over three rune.
In the ninth Lober opened with a
single and went to third on ■ sacrifice
and wild pitch. But Brooks ftmnerl
and Driscoll popped up to Htark. Score:
1..X A. AH.X. H.P0.A.1 Saoto. AH.X. H.PO.A.
I'age, 2t> 4 1 2 2 O'Shinn. rf 3 O o ] 0
Kllix. If. 4 1 1 •' o'Moran. cf 2 1 O 4 0
\i.jrc, 3b :i 0 <> 1 r.OUkc, 3b .'? 1 0 v 1
Mftrt. e± > 0 i> 4 0 Kthv. 2b. 4 2 i '1 B
liwd. rf. 4 ii 0 •> Oi'l>n'f, in. 8 (i "J :> 0
(Jill, n>. :; ii cl 2 o'L*wl», if. :; 1 1 i o
Ihmii. «a. II i* it 3 .VXturk, ss 1 0 0 2 ]
Brok», r 'A 1 <• S .' Hll«s, c.. • i< 1 7 2
Crabe, i> 1 <• i> <• 1 Arlnpa, p:i v O t 1
Drscl. p. .1 I U 0 2| —
♦I.ober ..1 (i 1 « <> T0ta1..20 5 C 27 16
T0ta1..82 4 4 24 16!
*Lotof battnd for Cill in ninth.
RUXfI AND HITS HY INMNtIS
l.o* Angelr* «• 1.1 I ( f> o 3 O-—4
BstcMtJi o o l ii i> (i »> 2 I—4
Sa'TamViito .. ..i> 1 ii 4 i> o 0 o I—6
Hasehltx 9 '-' *> I 0 1 0 0 x—6
M MM.U'Y
F'liir lil»« tliree runs off Crnlibf in 3 1-3 In
nings. Charge .lt-f.-at to ('ralilx-. Home runs—
Kpnwortby. Ellll. lliri-c ImM lilt--Fane. Sao
rilice iiit —Jnh!i-"»n. 3ftcrifl<-i> fly—Stark. Struck
OOt- U.v ArcllniifH (i. by Oabb« 1, hy I)rwro!l
!. First bMt on callpil balls—Off Arellanos ;;.
..IT Cinbbc t, oft Drlsroli g, WiM nitrlipw —
DrlacoU, Awllanee. I'assM bail Hlin>. Hit
li.v [iilchPd ball — BhlM by DriMOfi. I>nublP
play — Brooku t*» Johnson. Errm-.j -Johnson.
Kpiiwortiiv. St.irlr. Htolen hasps—Moore <2i.
MaitKiTf. Morau. of (jamo —2 hMft. Vm
ptrW HtM ami XrWlionse.
Diamond Sparklets
Ba*pliits don't nlwey« i\in bnsolinll j,':imps. One
peek a( th« oakland-'Pnbtlaml scores will ilera-
this beyond tbp <inpntltnj of a <l(iulif.
•if * *
"It doesn't make any diffmnee how they win.
so long as they are on the top and I know they
an on thp square," nays PreaMeet Frank W.
l^eavitt.
If Bill .Tames smiles at Fisher any mori> this
season, tl 1 " fans will rotne to the conclusion that
thett> is aotMtfttOg wrong Witli him.
■5t # «■
Daddy ItohrfT inu»t hare taken hie tbrowinn
leaaoßl from Claude Berry. Had he arted rijtht.
the Oaks would have gotten away with that
morning game.
* * *
Blr Ness has not been hitting the hall lately
as hard as John Tiedemaun used to hit it la*t
season, but he has been making all his drives
count. That three Baek<*r in the morning WM a
live iiri'r. sure.
* * *
Why McCredle took lefty Stanley out of the
fUH M thp Oakland diamond is a puzzle. The
tooth paw was crent citns, nnd was not re
apoßaible f*r the two iHiifes nrhteh fht OHkn
KOred 1 iff him. But McCredie bas \ uliiir ideas.
F.noh and McCarthy will be the umpire* here
this Week, uliiic Meld and NeWbODRC Will go to
l'ortland and I'hyli , and Flmicy will work in the
RiPiith. PreeMem .\i Btam belleva In «witeiiing
bis lndica'.or men early and often.
*' * *
Th" reaaon why siartod Krepp 1n
SHuriliiy's k:uiic was simply bectVM ihe umpire
l:nd iiuikf a mistake in innkine the announee
rnpnt. .MiCredie lntendec! to use Carson, but
when the break was made. Ik> had to po through
wilh it, so he yanked the l>! tic fellow out and
put tho soldier to work.
* * #
•Tames mm to be afraid to ii*p that fust ball
of his. He lucUs control of it. simply becanee It
carried BO inncli speed that he can not jndcp i:
properly. He depended more upoa hia corred
ball yesterday aftenwoo, bat had he <-ut leoae
with his enoofce, he bare frlctttened all his
i tipp"iients.
* * *
'I'lic Beavera fleparted for Portland last rree
ing. and tliey were joined «i ineranientr. by the
AnsjeN. who will open up the season With them
tomorrow afternoon. In the meantime, the Seals
and the Oaks will do the honors here and on the
other side of the bay, while the Senator* and the
Tljffirs will settle their liltle differences on the
Los Angeles diamond.
ALL VALLEJOB 6. OWLS 2
VAT,LBJO. April 13.— The All Vallejos de
j fcated the Owl baseball train of San Francisco
iin a jrame devoid of interest by the one sided
! score of 6 to 2.
HANFORD 13, FRESNO 2
HANFOKD. April IS. —A week in advance of
the opening of tlie eighteenth week schedule of
the Sati Joacpiln Valloy BaaebaU league Tommy
Sheenan's Hod S« of Hanford showed splendid
form against the Brunswick tttfl of Frmio in a
practice session today. Massow was batted '--it
nf the box in the second inning; by Bheehaa's
hard hittinp Red Sox and was supplanted by
Harry Johnson. Furle. Ra witter and Hilly
Hloomfield divided slab honors for thp Ked Sox.
both showing excellent form, Topnerio grabbed
n triple, a ooeW* aei two ninnies out of four
my a is. Been: it. H. B
Han ford 1! j:; 1
Branswieki I 7 0
S. J. S. CUBS 1. N. S. G. W. 0
OAKLAND. April I".. The S. .1. s. Cubs
registered a abotoot in a cloae eoßteel with ttte
Berkeley Native Bern this !i!'l<'!-iHM)]i «t Fruif
vnl-- Ileerention park. Pitcher Beaaalac '»f tho
winners won his own coate*l When lie singled
with « man M MCQM in tin , Iw Inning. Sum I
hihi-v: R. If. E.
B. J. B. cut'- 1 n o
Berkeley N. s. <; Wo g j
Batteries*--llaftio tad Schwa kP; BPinialnc and
Baldwin.
RICHMOND 5, BURNS COLTS 3
RICHMOND. April 13.— The local* defeated
the Burns Colts thfa afternoon. Tho Rich
mond's classy new little catcher, Dill, regis
tered the big hit of the day by placing two
bard blafiefl and sealing thp doom of three
aspirants foe baee ateallfig booora. Score I
U. If. B.
Richmond .. ■"• I
Bnraa Colta ..•• •■'• 7 :;
Batteries—Coyne and Dill; Tracy ~:,,! Bern*.
BANKERS 5, 8. J. B. VICTORS 2
OAKLAND, Api-i! 1.".. -"I'll" H.-iMk of i-'n-ii
\hlc Bine hiintr defeat on the S. .1 g. \litors
«t the Fniitvaic ijroiiiHla. Both pitcber* were
In u<>■ »<i fore, t'ln the baakera ateqiHred their
wallops when hits lin'iint nm. s
It. H. E.
Bank o* I'niiMiili- ;. ;» o
8. .1. B. Vict'Ts 2 7 1
Batteries -CwMe and DHebaebi Coffey, Star
erasinii-h :m<t il.il!.
SAMTJELB 8. HAYWARD 1
HAVW.MU). Aprs! 18. ■ Th<- .7. M. Samuels
journeyed ti> Howard mid Mntnped the locals
tcxlav.' Kelvin, pitching for t!ic Samuels - nine.
allowed ..niy two hits. Score; R. n. E.
I. M. Samuels s i:i 7
llaywurd . . 1 $ "
Batteries—Kelvin aud Atulrcws, i'urkiu and
Calbrao.
CUBS TAKES FIRST
ONE FROM PIRATES
Hendrix Hit Hard by Windy
City Sluggers; Evers
Does a Bonehead
CHICAGO. April 3 3.—The Chicago
Cubs won the flfrst game of the series
with Pittsburg here today, 7 to 4.
Pitcher Hendrix of the visitors had
two bad Innings, In which the locals
batted him all over the field and
caused his retirement. Cooper, his
successor, had little trouble holding
Chicago safe for the remainder of the
jrame. ,
Bunched hits, coupled with an error
by Manager Evers, resulted in three
runs for the visitors a"nd a double and
a single netted another.
Cheney, although a little wild at the
outset, kept the hits of the visitors
well scattered.
The crowd was so large that it over
flowed into the fields.
Miner's batting, sensational running
catches by Viox, Zimmerman and Wil
son were the features.
Boost:
I'ITTSBPRG CHICAGO
AB.R. H. 0.A.1 AB.R. H. O.A.
Carey, l.f. .4 1 l> 4 01'lymfr. cf..4 2 3 8 I
HofuiHD. rt.o 10 0 OSotmlte. e.f.5 2 3 » o
Byrne, 3b..4 1 i 0 1 Mlt.-licll. 1.f.4 " I r> 0
VIOX, ss. ...4 (t 1 1 oZlmrmmi..'U>.s 112 4
Miljer, lb. .4 0 S 7 OJArcber. lb. .4 <> 1 7 1
Wilson. r.f.4 i> o l ofSrerm, •_>»».. .4 1 1 .2 1
Butler, 2b. .4 1 2 2 2 BridweU. 5».;5 1 2 O 4
OitMoa, c...8 <i i> :. Oißre«Mlutß,v.S o 1 5 1
•Mensor ...I 0 <> n o!cheney, p. ..4 0 1.0 -'
Kelly, C...1 (i O 3 t>!
lii'inirix. P.i 0 0 1 Sj
tßooo l (i i n (,
Cooper, p..i <» i (J <,
Total. ..;«; 4 924 6: Total 36 71227 14
•Batled for (ii^on - in the sixth.
fßatted for IW-mliix !n the sixth.
Stulii: 1!Y INMKGS
Pttttfcscg 0 o :{ o o oo l o—*
Chicago 2 t> <t (> 5 0 0 0 x—7
STMMARV
Errors — BrMwell, Bresnnhan. Two
base hits—Chenf.v, Miljer. Vlox. Builer. Base
Hits—Off HendrJx to In r> inntnjt*. off Copixr 2
in .'{ inninffs. Sacriiiri' hit —Mitchell. t#>« on
b—ea -Chlcaja '.). Plttatorg ». First hase on
CjUtod !>all« -Off Cheney 4. off Hemlrlx 2. off
< 00|Mf 1. Struck out—By Hendrix 4. b.v Client. v
4, bj Cooper 8. Time of game- -1 houi- and 50
i mlnutt's. rmpire«-()wPDS «nd Guthrie. (
Howard Wins World Two
Mile Skating Title
Clifford Howard won the world's
roller skating championship for two
nrilleH at the Coliseum last night. Mat
shall was eeco'id and Sherman third.
gun to finish. Stoutenberg. Richardson,
Weingarten and Dan Arena all had
.spills, and the crowd was treated to
the sensational spectacle of four skat
fin in rapid succession In different
parts of the rink being victims of acci
dents.
SAX MATEO 10. FRABEBB 9
HAN MATEO, April is.—Three Mtfl ;uni three
rmiK by O'Connor. BeM nml Ooldinann in th<>
ninth inning gave San tfateo Uw same acaiu-t
tlip hra.-cr Photo* lu>rt» tbll nftoruwm In thf
fourth frame, with the tcore f i.» b Iα Ban
- faror. the Prasem r<X two nine ami
in.v .'..id.'!! aevehi uiorf In the flrfU. piirtlne Nip
Sun Kiancfscnns fn thp load unifl ih» ex'itlne
wimliij) in ihr ninth. The "core: » It II E
MlttPO in y' a
Vnten '.'.'.'. ' <> 9
BattiHos - -Wllir, Kolly 1M Thiirhe'r: Coflmy
aud Bati-mun.
BROOKLYNS 7. WESTON CLUB 6
The Brooklyn! took a thriller from the '.Veston
club at fee park yeaterday afternoon. The iceee:
nrooklynH 7" ]~' *■',
Weaton club .'... n c •■»
Katterles -Oakle, .Slatterr and <»ffler: BarrteM
and MacdonouMli.
BUICKS S. WHITE HOUSE 2
Hβ Buieks won from the White ILmse nine
at the park >e*t«Tday affernoim, «f(pr 11 in
ninss of uphill baseball. Score: X }i ta
Buieks •(' -' ',1
White HOBM 2 4 1
Batteries—Black nnd Totori Davis !t nd Zim
mer.
FORT MILEY 6. TYPO CLUB 1
1 OUT MII.KY, April I::.- The For) Mjley nine
continued its winning streak by tnkinß the Typo
Athletic elnb Into camp thl* afferiioon. inahilv
through the masterly heating »»f Beck Score:
Fort UN. f ? 1: :.
Typo Athletic dub 1 •• 7
Batteries—Bcek and Bartly; iioiman and i
BufTan.
BARNEY FRANKELS 6. CROCKETT 4
rnot'KFTT. April in.- The Barney Fr.mkels i
of San Francisco invaded Crockett thl« after- I
iKNiii and su< ceeded In trouncing the hon;e team '
mainly through CoeaiatMl lilttinjt with men on
bases. Score: j{ v j.-
Barney Frankels <;' •](,' a I
< 'rocket t j ,; j>
Miitteriee- Jolmsnn and Iriliirr.v: GMey nnd
PETALTTMA 5. MAVERICKS 1
I'KTVUMA. April 1::.-The Mavericks of San
Fraiielsico lost h hanl fought battle to the bone
j team here today before on* of the Inrccst crowd* '
of Hi- seaiton. Ttmely blnflei in tbc pincbea
j wiin the ganw for the ehickea town toaaen
JtSSti R. *£ b.
Petalnma | 4 1
MilvcrirUs \ f, ~
Battertea—-Forker and Ereapori and
Miller.
I. X. L. TAMALES 8. YERBA BUENAB 3
'Die 1. X. L. Tamnlec adinihistered severe !
dnibbinpr to the Verha Huena« on the i>lnnd dia
mond yesterday afternoon. The brilliant, field
ing of Shortstop Carrol of the visitors, who
pulled down several drives, was one of the manr
features. Score: R IT I:
I. X. L. Tamales s' 12' o
Yerba Buenas '. 3 " 2
Batteries—Enoe and Biirroeghs; Reed and
Bosel.
POPPIES 6. LAMITA CLUB 1
The Poppiea defeated the I>nmita eiub at the
park yesterday afternoon, wen: 11. H F j
Pcpptes .n" 10 J i I
Lamita club , 1 7 3 j
Batteries—Ahem and Joost: Lean- and Meson. I
JUVENILE CLOTHING CO. 8. OUTLAWS 5
Tho .liivonile Clothinpr company defeated the
North Beach Outlaws oil the North Beach dia
mond yesterday morning. Score: R. v, f..
Juvenile Clothing company s m !
North Beach Outlaws .* r g j
Batteriev—Bexermegn and Lancaster; Cnmp
ball and (Jric-.i. .
MISSION 4, COMPANY B. L. C. C. 3
The Mission nine took a snappy MMMt from
Cnipaity B. L«>iiv'iip of the CrdM i'adets. ot Bal
j linn park fMtercUy mornlnu. Pierotti of the
Idem fennert 18 but ragged support at
critical moments spoiled dofcat for the rarlot
nine. Beer*; l<. it. i;
i Mlnsloo ' + fi i
: ( "iii'-tuy B, 1.. ('. <■ :'. v l>
Km tt fiios—Onool and l>olan: I'iorotti and
Kranee.
SAN FRANCISCO MOOSE 4, FORT BARRY 2
lOKT KAHIiV. Aj.ril I:'..—Tlip San Franfiaro
dipped r>ii(> dvii- on 11n- Fort Karry tomm
Ihi* aftwnoon in a Imttlp fenturod by many
hritiiit fielding stunts, gcorei n. 11. i;.
San Francisco ICoQM t | 1
Tort Barry 2 7 1
Batteries —Scott «nd Marshall: Smitli an<l
Gtauea.
FURRIERS 8. UNION IRON WORKS 6
The Robert Wallace ntnten won a clttn
■ verdict from the liiimi Iron Worts Icmiii It the
j imrk yestci-dny afternoon. Sciic: K. ){. k.
B<*ert Wallace Furriers 8 in 2
\ iiinn iron Wnrks c B •:
Better!**-—Devi* and Sclinedcr; Knnfnor,
i BcaJJlou end I-ucy.
REDWOOD CITY 11. 3. H. KRUSE CO. 3
KKinvooP cri'V. Aiirii r;. Ti.f rtfrswork
i , (;!■;(:■'• of the home team, wlm flrore oat a
! homer, two doubles and n find the
f RtelltT flinging of Tom Keating g*.vb Redwood
j City the opeiiTng eamf against the J. H. Krnsc
' nine of f FraocJeco li-re this •ftemooo.
geere: *• ". i:
Redwood city n u> )
J. li. Kruse CO ■: 4 X
Batteries —Keating and Matior; Dillon and
Boghee. •
SANTA ROSA 13. GLEN ELLEN 4
<;!.KN KJjI.KN. April Hi.—Santa R"<ji un
i mercifully bttmbardrd thf <;iou Kilcu elabetera
I|}.vr iiid.n.. the c> itexf. devoid of feeturos. going
to tU«j visiturs, 18 to 9.
Standings of Clubs
in National League
AY. L. P«t.
Boston to hi.us
St. Louis i o 1000
Brooklyn t i r>oo
« hlcago 1 1 .-MM>
Philadelphia 1 1 mm*
>e w York 0 1 000
Cincinnati 0 1 004)
RESI'LTS OF (iIMKS
Chicago 7, lii (Mhurc 4.
Other gamen off. Rain.
SOX WHIP BROWNS
IN BREWERY TOWN
Three St. Louis Flingers Un
able to Stem Tide of
Chicago Runs
(Special Dispatch to The Call>
ST. LOUIS. April 13.—The White
Sox won from the St. Louis Browns
today, scoring their second victory of
the season and administering the first
defeat to Stovall's men. The Browns
used three pitchers, but they were un
able to stem the tide.
I>ange wrs etYeetive in all but two
innings, the fourth and seventh. In
the ninth inning. witli none out,
Lange walked three players in suc
cession and was relieved by Walsh,
who retired the side on strikes.
Weaver got a home run, thus aton
ing for his error. The final score was
7 to 2 In favor of the visitoy.
The score:
CMC AB.R. 11. P.A. Si. 1.. Ali.K. H. P.A.
Rath, l»b. 3 0 11 :{ Shot'n. of :i 0 1 - 0
iAint, :ii>. 4 <i (i i llStmta, i.f 3 t> i i o
Collins.rf 5 12 1 MWlllme.rf 4 0 11"
Brxiie. of. 4 0 1 o llPr«tt,2t>. :s 1 1 "• ■"■
Borton.lb 1 1 013 lfstoyail.li. •': l - '•' •"•
Mttlck.lf 2 I t> o 0 Austin.a»» :( o 1 •'' 1
Weavpr.ss :t 2 2 4 2 IXWNh.as i> 0 1 1 3
Sohalk. c. 2 2 2 .7 ljßaUtT. »« 1 t> <> 1 1
ijingc p. :; o <i o BJAfeew. c 2 o o 4 :\
E.Wish.j) o 0 0 0 O'Alexmliv 1 O <> 1 1
r>»vernz.i> 2 0 t> 0 4 j
Total.. 27 7 Bi!7 14 Allison.p. »> " " ° °
Stone, p. 0 0 0 1 _'
[•Comptoa I o 1 o o ;
l"Wnlker. 1 <> <• o o:
Itßonnln.. 1 t> 0> ■ 9 i> !
JBrlef... 1 0 o o ii!
! Total. 31 2 027 23
*RattP<l for D. Walsh Id ||h ninth.
**BattPd for Agnen - in the sptpnih.
tßatted for Allison i:i the neventh.
IBattocl for Stone in thp ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Chiciigo 0 9 O (i 0 3 1 O O—7 I
St. Lonli t> ii o 1 0 0 1 0 o—-'
SIMMAMV
Krrora—W.avor. Johnston. Pratt. H. WhlhU.
Two !:■«»(' hits—StoTall, Johnston, 15..«1ih. Three
haup hit—Bi'lialk. llouip run—Weaver. mmi~ ;
flip fly—Lange. Sacriflop bits —l/ord. JnUii»tu:i.
Sehalk, Mattlfk. DoeMf ptajra Ratu t.. Weaver; i
!.;uiift> to Wi'iivpr to Bortoo, H'»rt<>ii to Wrarw,
Passed liall— Bcbtlk. Firnt Imsr on called ball!
— Off Lrvt-rens! t, <<tt Allison 1, off BtOOC 1. .rr
I-angp 4. Ktruck «int —By l,,pvprenJ! '2, liv Lasge
4, by Walsh 8, hy Stono 1. Hits—Off LPYftrtttl
4 in 8 )nninp». off Allison 2 In 1 Inntnp. off
Stoiif 2 In 9 Innlns". off l-an(fp n In H iunlnicx.
off Walsh none in 1 Inning. l>ft on hasps
Chicago .*!. St. I.ouls 7. Time of itame— Two
hour* and 5 minutes. liupinx— Evans and .
Illl()phral)d.
• 1—
McDonald & collett 4. orescent a. c. i ,
'ITie McDonald-Collett »iine added to it* l.i-ipr !
Htrintc of victories by taking the Bealß •>> tba
Athletic Club at the Mouth Sld>- plrtv
gruumis yesterday afternoon. Hcore:
K. H. X j
McDonald fc Colletf 4 ." t
Crescent Athletic Club 1 4 .% i
Butteries—stelgeruiaiin and Honey; Wilson
and Queua.
SANTA CRUZ 6. HOLLISTER 4
IIULLISTKH. April 1.l A «reai id(< hers ,
duel between TValters of Savin Cruz mid .leuwn
of Hi>!lister kept a lartre gatkerlog of funs on
eda* this afleraoatt. The former «iabHter neiit
Iβ men back to the bench, while the latter bad
1. , : sirikeouts to hi* eredti. Score: R. 11. fc.
Santn Crui ft 7
Hollisfer 4 rf a j
Haiferies—Walters and Arullams: Jcaatß a>4
Doarie.
BUNBET OUTLAWS 10. MEfcRIT STARS 5
"I'!)►• SuiiKrt OutlawK put a ciiuip In tlr Menit !
Stais' winning streak at the park yesterday I
■ftmraoa. s<011: is. 11. K.
Sunset Outlaws' 1n !i 2 '
Mrrrir Itan .". 1; t I
Batteries—Shoemscker and ntoepSOe; Adams j
and SrirajriH'.
FORT BAKER 15. BELMONT GRGAYS 8
FOHT r.AKKIt. AiTi! 18. • St vi,.-v hittint: and!
bus.- iiiiiiHiic wttt iin' ot/ty brlftrl iiwi.iiMii-; Iα ;
("M.ays irume. Stiire: IJ. 11. E. '
Fort I'.iikfi- K> M 1 !
Bclmont (iray* 2 *J 'J I
Batteries—Robinson and Crave; Speck and !
LHrla.
NEW £RAS 9. INTEHSTATE AUTOS 3
The >"<■«• Kras BMW til down the latentet* '
j Alito nine Ht the park yrMpnlnv fiftentoon in ,i
IKb me wlilcli w«« featurcil l.y the pitching «.f
Carburrjr. Sew*: it. n. K.
j .New Kr;i« ft I S j
I Interstate Aotoa ..'■'• - I
It;it!priP!»— t'arlmrry ati<l Kora; Klaiuluinl and ■
I Rot>in«iin.
ALAMEDAB 11. V. S. LAUNDRY S
AI.AMKI'A April 18.— I** Aiamrdu ran- |
j ihf TnitiMi stntes laundry team :it Rn-- \
reation park this afternoon. Boor*:
! H. 11. K. J
! Aliiini-cliis 11 U
United Staf.< I..iini,li> -• H 1
Bfllt'M-iPH—RtitKPll. Dfei I *<-H«t<l and Jfiiotn: j
Sniilli and Johnson.
FACIFIC CYCLES 11. PANAMAS 5
AI.AMKUA. April 13.—Tb* I'.ii'inV Cjet« ami j
Aißia < niiipnii.v niiio ilefeatiMl tbc Nmmi at
Lincoln park this aftprnoon. Score:
r. ii. i:. j
Par-inV (yelp and Arms pompnny . ... 11 1.". .'! :
Panamas 5 H »j
Batteries —Pene and tiPldcrinan; nirrt:r. F.li- j
ncr and Giimmfloian
BANK OF FRUITVALE 10. CAL. OPT. CO. 7 '
The Bank of Frultvale xtiowed uiidpr the i
California Optical crmjpany nine of San Fran- J
Cisco at Fruitrale yeetenlay afternoon.
GRAYS 6. PENINSULAS S
SAX MATEO. April IS.—Tnp Califmnia Gray!"
ninvpd up a few notches In the Interi'hih Baxr-
Imll lineup by defeating the l'en insula club
nine of this city In a listlef"* gamp today. A
large crowd turned out to sco the sport, hut
niino of the plnyt'rs v«« orerbTirdciied with ppp. \ ,
ti,p Bcore: - R. H. E. I
c.iiif.fliiia Oraye «
rpiilnwnla ('!nb B 'J ."i
Batti-rles —M'l'li.i' and licKeasic; <;prrity and '
Coll.
LIVE OAKS 17. W. 0. MERCHANTS 1
i FITCHBUBG, April 18.- Tli" lArt Oaks aad j
I West Oakhimi MiTcuants tanjtlrd at Fitcliburg „
asd the Onk< won. Thp winnern gathered l<! t
hifs off O't'i.nnor's dPlivpry, while the Mi-rcUanti {
I plooted »afc!y on four occasions only and built i
up four error«. Hear*: H. 11. K. j
J Live Oak« IT M 1
i \V. O. Mfrrlinnt-" 1 4 4
Batteries—Murtiii nml Cullender; O'Connor and '
RUBBERS 12. BROWNS 7
K.MF.RYVII.LK. Arirll 13.—The American Ruti i
l»r!« defeated the Brown Brotht-r* tUH afternoon.
The teatere Wμ the hitting of Webber of the j i
winners, wlio m.Hle a pan of doubles and :i :
single out of four trip*. Score: B. H. R. j i
American Rubbers 12 11 I
Brown Brothers 7 1
Batteries— Coddington and Clark; Bond and
Snow.
EMERYVILLE 14. PRISES 5
KMKHYVILI.E, April IS.—Court Emeryville
took a runaway from Court #Priu> of Alameda
■ this afternoon "in tht» Foresters' league. Tlie
' feature was th<- butting of Kly ~f the locale. |
1 wh<i set up a pair of two badgers and a single
'out of a* many attempts. Score: R. 11. I; |
Coorl KinervTille 14 11 ::
Court I'rlde of Alatneila ."> .". 3j J
Batte-fies —CavaiJaugli and Stroeter; Brown and i
Hanrl*. i
American Association
At Minneapolis—Minneapolis ♦, Columbus 2.
Batteries— Patteteon and Oweaa; Cooke and
-Smith.
At Milwaukee —Milwaukee >\, Lttmisvtß* 1.
Batteries — Hefttke and Hiighc<: Smith and
FCoth.
At Kansas I'it.v Khiikh- ' Colede 2. Bet
ttrln- Morsrsn and Km. i fZrtgg tM
l.lriiiK ,^!"!!.
At St. I'lml— St. I'iiul *. lU'li.)iiii|Miii-< L". I.at
ti'iitv Kii-gcr and Greeu. lied uiul
Cotter.
COLTS COME BUCK
AT THOSE SMOKES
Nick's Squad Outhit Giants
and Win, 2 to 1, in Ten
Inning Contest
PORTLAND. Ore.. April ». — Port-
Northwestern league club defeated th«
American Giants (Colored) of Chicago,
here today two to one, in ten innings.
The Colts outhit the Ohicagoans, but
Johnson, the (Hants' pitcher, received
spectacular support.
Beeee: sr. n. F..
Portland 2 ]0 1
• iiniits 1 f, I
BattiTiex—('allnliati. Fit.liner «n<l Murray;
BIUs. Johnson and IVtwm. finpirt-s --Tmuan
LAKESIDES 3. STANDARDS 0
I Thp l.:ikcsi,|(. N blanked tbc Bteadudi on th«»
Ijikenide dianiond Oaklaßd, ye»t*rday afternoon.
Si.iiv: k. n. E
I.akfsiil.'-* :i 7 1
Standard* O 4 2
Batteries — Meiutz and Moore; I'hclan anil
Freitas.
MERCHANTS 5. BABES 2
The Twenty-third Avpiuk' Mervkaatf opened
their bull Htmi !n five (Mbtoo iifter
noon by easily taking the nWMHUrc <>f thr- Owtm
worth Bain , "! on the Levee groaßd*. Osklaad.
Mr. -iv: R. K. B,
Twenty-third Avenue Mprchantu • 18 1
tmetuworth Babes 2 3 S
Batteries M.iir and Wolfrom: Strininctz and
I Henrtrtrksen. ♦
CHICO 5. BHOOKXS 3
(IlK'O. April !■'.. *Tn ■ CHinP Mi'letP with
errors and with Do Beaut tonal ]il:iy. CMcO «" : i
handily from Tito Brooke BealttCl Of Sai-rainenti*
today in the second (SDM o< the troiley leafu*
Series. i mired people >;nv thp (JHliie.
Srure: ft. 11. I
Ohieo r> 7 5
Brooke BmUlm .. _. ■ S c
Butt! ties—Broinlpy and ffttes; an«l
Burke.
CRESCENTS 9. AVENUES 3
The Creacenta prored too strong for thp Are
itoef at 0.-ikiittui yesterday tfternoon, wtanlng
with iipparent envi- Heore: H. if. V..
CresretitM !> 14 1
A rpniies :; 4 4
Batteries—dates ami Street; Reward ami
Beiif.
WHITLOCKB 7. CONCORD 2
CONCOKD, April IS. -The Wbitloek Oofdxce
team of San PraßClaco invadeii Cobcoi
nfternooii and managed to ■qtMcaa «n cany win
over thi' home taann; Beom R. 11. I).
Whltloek-Cordage 7 11 a
i Concord 2 R :'.
Itatterieii—Biihin and Jackson; Wools and
■ Soaren.
THIBITMES 5. SAY LEANDRO 1
S\\ I.KANDRO. April V\. -Tlip Tribiinos mid
, Snii l.pandros playeil « loose ennip at the gau
Leantlro ncroitndK. 12 ci rors beteg Imilr up. Tl ■>•
Trlbiir.px won. Beor*: R. H. K.
Tribunes I t; r
Smii l.enndro 1 S.".
PiatierleH—Whitehmiwe and Oawogx; Murphy
and Corta.
914 For
Blood
Poison
Prof. Ehrilch'* Improrpd Sulrarsan for
fiOfi). the POSITIVE OOBE FOR BLOOD
DISEASES. Tho«. the t ieotrlcal wt»
i>rd. derlnrpd ' - eofi" to be the greatest dis
covery nf the ypar 5911. The Improved Sal
vor*™ Is ptpi» more amneins: In Its rp?«'ilt*.
often pffeotinc a cure in ONE 'TREATMENT.
Result* art* Bwrvekna. All nyniptomx vnnt.«h
Immediately as if by majjle. never to return.
I ba»e NEVER bad n circle feliore to our*
•with thl« wonrterfnl remMty. I n<»e the cen
nlne "!>l4" Impror*il <eoe>, lmnortni from
Prof. Elirllch'* lnhoratnrlpd. I «m the only
spTlallut mlvertldlne "»14" In San Franclooo
who lisps thi» fffnulni , "014" Imrtortpfl from
Ormaiiv. und pmnloytne the TXTRA-VRN-
OfS METITOD—TFTF PAINI.FSS AUTHOR
IZED METHOD FOR OIVINO THIS
T-A\rors BRUKDT. P*w. if H:iy. eeees of
TVqofl Poison ar« bop*lc»s— whut in Deeded
1« riehf trpatmrnt. I huve and
lin-irirfds nf onspn. What I
done for othrr« I »tirely <'«i do for yon.
Consultation and Examination Free
If you har* lnfl.imtnatfon of the mucotn
membranp in thp month and throat. prnptloM
on any pnrt of the hody. achJnj of the bonps
spots and all discoloration* of the nfeln]
whfrb xlgnlfv drrar nnd prpm»tnr<* dpath
LET ME fiIVE YOU TniS FAMOUS CURE
v.orr. Do cot «}el:i.r. funic ti«I»T.
§DR. A. M. HAMILTON
th" cmlnrnt Now York «pe
rlalist in >fpn'<i Dlsoaeps. n
gradnatp phy«lclan. licensed
to practice In New Yorfc
end California. Iβ hore.
rnrlng In one treatmp.nt
many cuspr that have b<>en
«ron<tl(lerc<l tiy other doc
tors .is uttcrlr incurable.
I TREAT SUCCBSfULLY
all rontrartp.l dKpnjp«. VARICOCELE AND
HYDROCELE. WITHOUT USE OF A KNtFR.
Kidney and Blndiler Pilos, Fistula.
In fact, all Prlraf Diseases of Men.
Dr. A. M. Hamilton
721 Market Street, S. F.
Hour* OA.M.toB I\ M. nally j
Snndayß, ff -\. M. *o 1 V. W.
M. S. CHENOWETH, M. D.
Jl>(»nt be deceived by the QT.V X S
! ivho pretend tbpy us* Animal Bβ
riiins (Lymph Compound!'), for [
' am the only HteeeiaMst who act
ually uses it. ANIMAL SKRt'M la
the only permanent enf tot
WSAKNKfIB. With...it a sinitl*
dot* of infernal niPiiieine the BK
-1 RUM re-tores you to your full
—" power and vigor. BLOOD. POI
j SON: I pive morn new German
Remedy treatnmtl than all other specialists put
together: why take n chance , wifli the less ej
perienced. when tke beat lit my head* is cheaper
In tlie end? Hydrocele, Varicocele, Kidney
J'rfwtatli , . Bladder and Contracted I»isea«ea. Pltes
and Kifiula arc my specialty. Send fie for my
boofes, "The Truth Aboet 'floe' and Meriicl
Faker*." It tolls th» truth aboat the One and
Fire Pny Core Quacks. Office hours, 9 to It
dnily: 9 to l Sanaiiya.
Tl« MARKKT ST., SAY FRAXOISCO
ySvilrr dr. JORDAN'S «^^T
} MUSEUM OF ANATOMY]
J A iGUTATCR THAN tVCUi Jβ
J ST*\ WeakiMt* or any contracted dues** I
W VjJo positively cured by the eldest ■
y apecialwt on the Co**L Ettabiithea' I
B DISEASES OF MEN »
Ja/7 SSeßrfß n Consultation free and strictly private. I
»jj (p Trnlinent personally or by letter. A ■
§k positive cure in overv c«te un- T
A Ja£dC Writ, for book, PHILOSOPHY y
7 Or MARKIACr < nuu!o4 f'eo—(• i
A || Iμ vahmbl* book lor men I Qk
11 DR. JORDAN, 9 o!!posi. e *l~h' S.F..CAL I
gD^KINGQM^si^ENP
832 MARKET ST.. Over Boeder's \
mßk \ Consultation free. or write. Nerve, i
W etti Blood and Skin Ommk Specialist. K<d- \
H3 Bladder and Catarrhal Duea*e». |
T J MEN $10 I
Vot a dollar need !»«■ paid until cured |
I V.rav^>^r^-K-rrmazaab
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