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SEALS FIND A NEW HOME IN MISSION ROAD
MAGNATES READY
TO CLOSE DEAL
"' FOR BALL PARK
Grounds Near College Hill
Will Be Ready by Fair
Year if Plans Are
- Carried Out
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The Seals are going to" have a new
•ball park, and it is not going to be at
Twenty-ninth . and Valencia streets,
• ~ either. .*' As a result of the opposition
made against this location by the di
rectors of St T.nine's hospital, which is
In the vicinity, the local baseball mag
nates decided some days, ago to abandon
that site and look for another? loca
tion. They found it, and negotiations
have reached a stage where the matter
is practically settled. ; 7 : y •
The officials of the Pacific Coast
league admit that, they have£| new
grounds, but there are a few details
that have hot been settled, and until
they are the local magnates will not
say where the' site of the; new -ball
park will be. They admit,: however,
fc that it is- in the vicinity of: the Mis
™ sion; within a five minutes' 7 car ride
•* from the Twenty-ninth aantd t Valencia
* streets lot. ['' . \ A--.-.;, -
The owner of the new grounds is
In the east and the local officials are
.ting to hear from him. They have
been dealing with his agents "here, and
the terms seem to be agreeable. - ! -" ;
The new, field is near College hill, on
the Mission street car line, and but
six or seven minutes further than the
present site. Special car service is
guaranteed by the United Railroads as
t soon as the deal is closed.
The * grounds will be purchased out
right or else a 20 year lease will be
secured. It is the idea to get into the
new grounds as soon as the lease of the
* Recreation park r at . Fifteenth and
Valencia streets expires. , This lease
• ires 1915, and the baseball magnates
propose to start' work on their new
park immediately. •
* The present location is unsatisfactory,
for a baseball park on account of its
size. The short right field fence \ has
been responsible for the loss of many
a game that would have been won on a
* lot of fair size. * '~""77
• J. Cal Ewing and Frank! M. Ish, the
money powers behind the 7 San Fran
cisco Baseball club, propose to build an
up to* date : ball park. They plan to
erect a home for the Seals which- will
compare favorably with any ball lot in
the country. r They are counting upon
an expenditure of $350,000, for the new
baseball grounds.. Their plans are to
build a new concrete grandstand that is
modern in every /detail. The seating
capacity of the grandstand and bleach
ers will be 15,000, and can be added to
at any time. y-XyyXi "
A popular demand by the fans has
been made for a new ball park, and
their cry was heard by the local base
. ball magnates. They figured to secure
the location at Twenty-ninth and Va
lencia streets, but they met with oppo
sition from' the directors of St. Luke's
hospital, who declared the ball park
uld prove a menace account of
(n \ne~~noise: Tlie supervisors passed an
•I ordinance against allowing the .ball
t park to be located at Twenty-ninth and
Valencia streets". 7 ' * y•- -.
The officials of the local club say that
they will be ready to.. announce the lo
cation" of their new,' ball park within a
lay or two. There are one or two
details/to be-settled, and they will be
ready, to make their announcement. It
will be in the Mission, In the.outlying
part-of it some place. That is* all the
officials will say. ... ..7;*.*--",/-.
TWO MEN TIED IN
GUN CLUB SHOOT
Cracks From Nevada and
Arizona Are Left to
Fight It Out
SAN DIEGO, May 6.—The second an
nual, registered tournament of the Pas
time Gun club- closed today with two
men still shooting for the Panama-
California exposition cup, the feature
event. Darkness-: found-. Frank; StaJil.
of Wlnnemucca,7 »v,. and Del Morrell
of Phoenix, Ariz.- tied for first honors,
after shooting at I*o birds. :* The race
for this prize will he "shot*,ott".'-'at Los
Ange-les this week;:* /; XX.AX '...;, -- y •'.;.
Lester Reid of Seattle led the pro
fessional ranks, breaking 479 out of a
possible 500 shot at. Dick Reed,* the
San Francisco expert, followed closely,
with 476.; y •;"" '; ;._'_.,". . \ '<ySy-y ■ Ai. "'■
i Th the amateur ranks Ernest Chin- j
grin of Spokane finished high gun for \
tlio three days with 473 out of 500 and
William Varian of Pacific 7 Grove;*was 1
two down for second honors, '"scoring |
471 out of 500. . ' y ' ; ; .Sf.Xy'y S :'S '■ I
Chlngrin also won the miss and out!
trophy with' a straight run* of 60 birds. j
C. 11. Mohaghan' of San Bernardino be
ing second in this event.
Washington Tossers Are
Wanted in Japan
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SEATTLE, May ft—-Moiji university,
:*Tokyo. vestcrday cabled to the Univer
sity of Washington baseball nine an In
vitation to visit Japan and play a series
of games with Met ji: .' The Japanese
offer to pay the = Americans' expenses if
'they leave here August 6 and return to
"'Seattle. October 24. "" >?»V v ft'^
7" These dates would: cause the men to
lose five weeks of the,school term and
consent of the, faculty is being sought.
The Washington" men are*- eager to J go.
Eleven Washington ball players - de
parted today, for Oregon to. play Oregon
5- university at Eugene tomorrow - and
-Thursday and Oregon r Agricultural col
..lege at Corvallis Friday and "Saturday?
British Varsities Back, Out
Of Big Meet
-• OXFORD, England; May 6. — The ath
lete authorities .at Oxford and Cam
bridge; universities have declined the
challenge from Harvard.and 7 Yale uni
versities \ for*a track" ; and7 field meet at
• the Harvard; stadium.; in j June because
' lack of necessary funds -at', that
. date -and because examinations 7 will
'then •be in -progress. ! 'They r y suggest
■ September as more suitable. :v f :
ff .y.sSy, "... ;■''-'•'.;: •:." ' :;.*
•-V ■ Mccarty VS/7FOLKEY 7yy '/.-■?
» CALOAR\%' Alberts. May '.;. - Luther rM'*Carty
..Will meet Arthursl'olkejr in a 30.round,'bout-here
Saturday. May 24.' ; Tommy Burns received,' a
' wfre-*tbday7.' from McCarty accepting* conditions.
YANKEE YACHTSMEN PUZZLED
OVER RULES TO GOVERN RACE
Time Allowance and System of Measurement
Have Been Changed Since 1902
.7. LOXDOX, May .6.—-The Royal Ulster
Yacht club today received a letter, from
the, New York Yacht club replying to
Sir Thomas Lipton's challenge to a
race with Shamrock /TV for the Amer
ica's cup, in.which it is stated that the
New York Yacht club since 1902 has
made radical changes in its system of
measurement/and time allowance, and
that important changes have been
made in the racing rules. The letter
continues: ~" ~
77 "Your reference, therefore, to , the
regulations of the last contest of gov
erning the present challenge leaves un
certain whether you mean a challenge
for a -match' sailed : with or/without
time allowance," and If with time allow
ance, whether, you propose it, to be
sailed under the .New York Yacht club
system of measurement and time allow
ance and under the racing regulations
of 1902. which governed the last con-
CLOSE FINISHES
STIR THE CROWD
Three Neck and Neck Affairs
7 Feature Big Day's Meet •
at Alan
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
ALAN*, May 6.—Three close finishes
had the grandstand hysterical at Alan
today.* The Richmond selling' stake,
the feature event, was the sensational
struggle between Seneca, and Delaney.
The big black Tigue gelding forced a
terrific pace. and outfought Delaney in
the last few jumps. • y v
A nose was/all that measured the
difference between first and second
places in the * third race, when Country
Boy, % under- Burlingame, just lasted out
against the stout r finish of the well fig
ured Azurea. 7 . -y-y-y:--7
In the last race Sugar Lump and Bal
cliff fought for every. inch of ground
from the paddock gate home.: Bur
lingame's desperatej work drew him "a
15 7 day suspension : from the judges*
stand. Summary:.
FIRST RACE—She furlong.*:
Odds. Horse. Weight.-Jockey. St. Sir. Fin.
13-9 (I)STEELIN,-.113 (Gr0th)....:4 1 12
15-1 Maggie, 83 (Bezanuoui .. .7.. .:8 .'. 2 2
12-I—Oratorian, 113 (Pauley)..... 7Y 3 2 3 7,
Time, : 1:15 3-5. : Sterllnvl place. • 2-5 show;
Maggie 6 ; place. 3 show; Oratorian 5-2 show.
Locust Bud.- Kitty. W. (2)Lulie Van Zandt, Ada
Doyle, - (3)Robert, Captain , Lindsley," also ran.
Scratched Phoebe May. . 7 -.' A'\
-SECOND RACE— and a half furlongs:
Odd*. Horse. Weight. Jockey. ..-. St. Str. Kin.
6-6— (I)HAZEL 0, 106 (BurUngm*) 3 2,: 1 2 .
- '.'.". -Rama}-, 108 (McKwen)........ '-' 4 2 ns *
S-l— 2,V. FORTY, i*3 (Bezanson). 3 ' 1 I ■ *
-Time,- 1:081-5. -Hazel 1-2 place, 1-4 show:
Rainsv "hi place, 1-3- show; veil* ■ Forty : 3-2
show." . '3)Yo Solo, David Warfleid, Sorrowful.
Southerny Gold, lieu *. Great-eat. also ran.'
Scratched—Abe: Slupskey. 7, , ■ ■','-'•■'■
* '■'' THIRD "RACE— Five and a half furlongs: k
Odd*. Horse,' Weight, Jockey. St.'Str. Fin.
S-l—Country Boy," 106 tßurllugamei 5 .2 /In
7-s—(l, AZURE A. 104 (Hi 11)....... 3 1 2 2
-10-I—Tremargo. 11l (Murphy) .*... '.: .*! 7 6 I 3 ns
4, Time. 1 :CS 1-5. : Boy 3 place, 3-2 show: Aznrea
3-5 place, 1-3 show;. Tremargo 2 show. (3)Third
Chance, ■ (2*Molier, Sadie Shapiro, Golf Ball, Ro
berta,*' also ran. ..- Scratched —Darglu.; . ■■ *
- FOURTH RACE—Five and a half furlongs:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jockey. : St. Str. Fin.
1-1 —(B)SENECA, 108 i (Anderson).; 2 2 I %
i 2-1— U'DELANEY, 116 (Burlingm) 4 12 2
12-1— Elk. 101 (Hi11).........3 8 3 b
* Tim* 1:07 1-5. > Seneca . 1-3 : place, out show;
Delaney A l-2 * place, • out | show; Elk ■-. 7-10 * show.
(3)Daddy, Gip and Hugh Gray also ran. *:*■*
FIFTH 'RACE—7 furlongs: -■ . - V, -.'X Xy \
Odds. Horse, Weight; Jockey. : St. Str. Fin. ,
7-I—Rosenta. 109 c'avanaugh) ....: 3 ' 112 y
-7-1— (I)ROSEY POSEY, 100 (Srath) 4 27 2 14
7-I—Sallie O'Day, 109* (Taylor . 2*3 73 1 y :
.: Time,*' 1:01 2-5. Rosenta 5-2 place, 6-5 show; i
Posey 5-2 -place. .: 6-5 show; * O'Day -•■ 6-5 X show. !
(2)Rogon, (3) Sidney .Peters, Fort Johnson,: also
ran.-- Scratched-—Lee: Harrison 11, McAlan, Phil
Connor, ".-'y. *- - '.'-* '..'.-: .".-:"■* ■' j
: SIXTH RACE-One mile: '-
(Mi's. - Horse. Weight. "Jockey. •- St. Str. Fin.
i 2-1 — (I)SUGAK LUMP, 111 (Hill) .1-1 71 h *
3-1 (2)BALCLirF, 113 (Seldeui... 3 2 2 2 '
15-I— Acolin.* lOl'(McMartin)...TV.*. 2 4 3 hXX
Time. 1:41 3-5. - Lump 7-10 "place, "out j show;
Balcliff 1 place, 2-5 showjAcolln 3 show. Holn- '
bird, Zoroaster. ; (3) Nannie '*.*, McDee, <y also '7. ran.
Scratched —Hannls. , . • 1
Rifle Title Goes to West
Virginia
• i^MbRGANTOWN,; W.^a., May 6.—The
University of West Virginia today won
the Intercollegiate rifle team champion
ship from Harvard by a score of 988 to
373. After along drawn; out contest, in
which teams from all parts of, the coun
try participated. Virginia and
Harvard 7shot the final 7 match at their
respective ranges and.the score was ex
changed by telegraph. *; '_ ".
WILLIAMS IS UNEASY
NEW YORK. : May ■0. Having grown* weary
of U waiting ' for Bantam 1 Champion'; Coulon Sto
come ;■• to terms. ; Kid A Williams - has jj' decided to
engage •■ In an * unsanctioned *. championship | event
,with ' Youuk i- Dlgglns >of 7 Philadelphia *• as ta \ sub
stitute If or* Coulon. The $ men J arc f. to J meet * for,
15 i; rounds ':■ at *Baltimore A on*. Ma.v 14. "- and the
affair. will be billed as a «sure enough title go."
.It 'lwill J be # the ** Baltimore *i blonde's £ first :*. ring
engagement *in his ■; home y town -* : since the 7" out
pointed Coulon at the garden.
FERNS; BEATS PERKY
7 KANSAS ; CITY. ■':.". Mo., May 0. : — Clarence
:''Wildcat"'; Ferns of this city was given : the. de
cision ; o»er ]" Jimmy * Perry of Pittsburg. Fa., here
last '■ night .* at * the < end *of'a■; 10 1 round . flakt which
was tame and featureless throughout.'"*" "'" '-"* *
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7. 1913.
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JOHN M'GRAW'S BASEBALL TIPS
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test, but which are not in force at the
present time." " v •-""./■ X
The letter concludes 7: by asking r for
information on these points, "ac it Is
essentials/that/ our committee be In
fbrined - of . the 7specific 7 nature 7 of 7 th
match proposed before it can 1 take any
action on the j challenge." ;y '■'-'.-
Sir Thomas in Doubt
: LONDON, May:? 6.—Sir Thomas Rip
ton said tonight that/ he .had not yet
received 7 a copy of the letter 7-which'
had*: been addressed 7by 7 the * New -York I
Yacht/club to the /Royal.-Ulster/club |
and on. the spur.' of- the moment .was ,
unable to /answer y the 7 questions 7 pro
pounded. ,7 But he added: * 7*7'
"The "New York 7 Yacht 7club's com
mittee which has the matter in charge
is composed 7of "thorough sportsmen .
and; as anxious f or' a 1 race as> I: am 7 and
I haven't the slightest; doubt that the \
points: they" raise will be settled to/our
mutual satisfaction and 7 that l the race
will; take place." *
Alan Selections
JOE MURPHY
The; following -are-the entries and selections
\ for the races to be run at Alan today:
FIRST RACK—Fire and a half furlongs; A
year olds, and ".upward: y-7 :•: «y : • -- =
Index. y < Horse." '-: " Wt.
2194 i FRANK G. HOGAN .... ......... .'.104
229.' COMFTQN .*.. ...7.7.7. 7. ........... 112
'7-291 ZULU ......-.. ......7.. ...77. 77. .77.109
2297 , Lookout ......:.....: 7."77t7i77.7..7.710Q
2304 Trnmargo '.*.*. 7.7.7: 77..7777777777.7.7.10 7
2306 Phil C0nn0r..... .7.777 777. 77. ........ 104
, 2272 / Galene 0»l<i ..*:.'..'.......... .77.7.7.102
7,. Top one looks like a, good bet. r,< y
i-SEODND : ACE— Six fnrlongs; 13 : yearmolds and
upward: ,*•;*-■-.' * y':*' -- y ":—'-, ■-'-■:>■ -y
: Index. Horse. i '** Wt.
. 22*38 * GATY PALLEN ......7.............112
2294 MASALO v.................. :'.*.......-. 101
: 1043. FIGENT ..7..*"..;...............vr.V. 101
2290 ■ Elmeta Hamilton ...... 7"........ .. '. 96
* 22-83' Cool ;•.::......:... 7,...... .........v:.i07
. 2271 •". Tladad 7.; ... *. ...........-....-.....".*.;.. 104
-.' Top - one In - fine form. ". ' - :, >
THIRD RACE—Five* aud a half furlongs; 4
year olds and; upward: * ■ . y
Index. Horse. : wt
2270 80A5...;.:......V........... . \ 109
: 2270 AUTO GIRL 77. .7; . 7.7.7 77 103
* 2290 /SPECIAL DELIVERY ........*;...;. 109
1254 X Kid . North f.-. .„- .....;. 109
2284 I Ray Egan St. 7 .7. .7 .. .V.7..100
2250 James Blaokstock .7.77. 7...... 7 777.10 a
2202 Helena '.....': ;.*..'................... 11*17
2278 Lillian Ray "-.'.<.. ,77 ........ .107
2202 -Evelina ":".:.. ........ 7,7777. .."....*..*..101
2285 Queen Ruth .: ...7..... 7,. 77.. ..... i<x>
: Boas is due to wake up. *
FOURTH ; RACE—Five furlongs; purse; 3 rear
olds and upward - - y:, ; ■? • > , ■ - '■-■-. -„
Index. ; Horse. 7 wt
2107 PRIDE OF LISMORE..../........ 103
.'2257 LADY PANCHITA 777.777.7' 101
2259 .;-'• MONA CANOMANN . 7.7777. ....... 07
2293 .'. Platinum ....:.. ...7.7. 77.7 7.7. 7.. 7.7 94 i
2289 Elizabeth Harwcod ..... ."-.*.'.' !...82 !
Top two have the speed. ■"'-: yy-.y-y.
y FIFTH : RACE—Five furlongs; 3 year olds:
.Index." -•'-' Horse. -■*.* ... • -*'•--••■ wt
2292 INGUIETA :............:.... y 116
* 2308 7 VELIE FORTY ... ...7 -.". • " 103
2207 7OKONITE .:;.:.......;.... ' 11.-,
~ .... Old . Coin ... .1 ....... ...777777.115
2270 Tommy Burns .......................110
-....' Portlai)d«oti ... 7. 7.'.:.. 7... 7; 7 *107
_3M Little Birdie ...:....;.■........ .;.-;ios
*'.1.132 '. Retenle?...;,..-.,* ..;*.:.'..;..".' •*-10*5
: 2284 X Santa Call .*. -.*-.".-;."".;;'.-.. ' *' to*
. 2230 : Bells ............. .*.-.;* ... ....... Xy 105
.... Satehelette ..................-...;".","! 103
.Top* one figures , best. . ~. ■..-■. '-• - ".'.'-',y
SIXTH RACE -One mile; 4.year olds and up
ward: * - ■ . :*'■•-■- _■: ' ,- --y---
Index. -Horse. 7 vr.i
-. 2"<>77 NANNIE McDEE :............ '■''*" mi
'~ - 29- C. W. KENN0N.:...,,.*... * *"iv»
2--.«- CANTEM:-..... 77.. 77. 777.7.. : .r.V.r.103
22SS: A line McGee ... 77.7777. ......"...,. "irtS
: 2280 Mary Emily ...........;...;;; 7:777777105
2293 ' Harlem 521 aid ... 77. 7.77.77...:... 105
Against this field top one figures best. *
Upton Motor Boat Race
Set for June 21 r
7 NEW YORK, May The New York
Athletic club has -chosen* June 21 as the
date-, for the first race: for the 7 $2,500
Viking cup 'offered * by. Sir Thomas Lip
ton :f or cruising motor boats of a ; water
line length between 30 and 38 feet. The
course will be from -Newyßochelle
through Long ?Island7 sound to; Block
a distance of 100 miles. ■ X7'y:-,'X
The prize must be won three times
by the same owner to become his per
manent property. The crews must be
made up entirely of amateurs. Boats
competing for, the Llpton cup may race
at the same time for.the ! Davis trophy,
which "is open to cruisers from" 25 to
40 feet. . , ;
A special cup is being offered a
well! known yachtsman to the boat de-
eating f the largest X number -of boat 3!
that 'compete iin the following; three i
long distance races: . C 7
77 The * Block island ■ race' June 21. the
New York to Albany7and7return? race
June , 28, and the I New York . Cornfield
shoal .• and • return race * July: 127 7.7
Grand Circuit Has a Bright
Outlook
S CLEVELAND}/May 6.—'.- only . one
of the six stake graces in the opening
meeting of the" grand. circu;t7 here the
week of July 7 were any of the entries
declared :out; according to announce-*
ment made S today.- 7 The big f amateur
feature race, the Tavern "steak" for
2:14 trotters."lost-; 20 of its entries, 62
Btill remaining In the list. From 5
to 23 horses are entered in each of
the other five .stake, races. .Several
big ? stables have, already arrived?: at
the North. Randall track for training.
yyyyy. baseball at Stanford
(Special Dispatch .to, Tlie Call)
■STANFORD INIVERSITY, May I,—Delta Fp
silon won' the J right! to plar the Sigma No |teara"'
In the 4 finals f: of 7. the y interfrafernlty base-fell l
series by defeating the Kappa Sigma nine'in th*
semifinal game by »'score of 10 to 3. * '»'S||w
THORPE'S PRIZES FADE
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Laurels for Sweden and Norway
GENEVA, Switzerland, May 6.--The prizes won at the,
Olympic games at Stockholm by James Thorpe, the Carlisle
x Indian athlete, will be awarded to ■ the men who finished sec
ond in the events. The international committee at the
Olympic games so decided on motion of the American dele
- gates. *•-._.••- "yy-S - " "a■-■;■--SXS- ""'".'-•
yS;Jhei' Thorpe case came up in a private session of the com
mittee which 'discussed, it ;in all its phases. Thorpe, who
yafterythe\gamesl : at Stockholm confessed to professionalism,
was the winner of the much coveted trophies, the t Viking
ship offered by the emperor of Russia to the winner of the
Decathlon, and the bronze bust of the king of Sweden, of
/ fered by ' the king *to the winner lof the / Pentathlon, both all
round competitions. These trophies will now go to Hi;;
Weistander of Sweden, and F. R. Bie of ' Norway; re
spectively. .....
1 / The committee unanimously adopted .... the British pro
posal to send : congratulations xto \the~ Amateur Athletic
Union for the sportsmanlike manner in which the Ameri
can organization had handled the case. All delegates regret
the Thorpe affair, but praise the Americans for their prompt
itude In making amends.
Sixty S delegates attended the regular session of the inter
national committee, this being the fifteenth annual meeting.
Racquet Players Figure in
Fast Games
(Special Dispatch.to; The Call) .-i*r. 7.7 y.X
a NEW YORK, May: 6.— Racquets *at its
best" marked j-every; 5 ] minute of a four
handed 7 professional . matcfi in which
Jock Soutar/bf'Philadelphia-and, George
Standing defeated Charles jy Williams
and i Peter Latham;*; four 7 games to j one)
In the court of the) Racquet; and : Tennis
club today. . •
,*•*: Sou tar}*ands Standing were/In vincible
today, X and* the first named had ! aH,]of
that-rare .speed which 7 enabled him to
wrest"the world's title : from Williams.
The team work of Standing and Soutar
was also: developed to 7 a»i high standi
ard, and "they 7 rarely j got] their," "wires
crossed," as .was : the 'ease]' occasionally]
with the other pair. 7: y "Ss '--y '.' "7
S I The f gallery -became J enthusiastic 1 dur
ing the -third» game, "where | Soutar.;; and
Standing smothered? their opponents to
the .tune» of 715 ■], to S'l .-* % Standing's service
was unsually effective, 7 and 7he y. also
scored*] several ' r aces by superb ; place
ment. The :'only,*' game won by 7 ; the
Britons was the fourth, which went to
set three.
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I 7 BURNS: BEATS MURRAY 7
(Special Dispatch to The Call) .
NEW YORK, May C—Frankle Burns iof Jersey
City 1 defeated } Jimmy * Murray i of # Brooklyn 1 1 n . a
fast 110 X round! bout "-tonight *at the Atlantic: Gar
den * Athletic ; club. Burns had \ the ; better of* the
majority of •the: rounds and several times jarred
Murray with short right band h'»oks to the jaw*,
in the opening 110: round*battle Young Gradwell
of Jersey > City stopped ' Gene Gil try, of the : Bronx
in the sixth round. '
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Griffin Calls Off the
Hoppe-Watson Bout
S. Promoter Jim Griffin of the Humboldt
"club • declared "last night that the 'match*
between Red Watson and Willie Hoppe,
which ,he -proposed to 7stage S. in. June,
was off. Griffin' is dissatisfied 77; with
methods of doing business and
he is now seeking another card. '".,.'
X. It seems A that ; Grl;Hn7secured *the
consent 7of Hoppe and 7 Watson to box
in j June. , The match r was*'practically
j arranged when Ad Wolgast,: ; : who ■• is
I managing a Hoppe, r sign ed 7. hi m' to ;-. box :
I Frankle Burns:7at Oakland 7 21.
i Griffin, did ; not think that "-Wol gas t was
protecting] him and told him so. Wol
j gast 'I would t? not*,; change his arrange
i merits" so Griffin tossed up the match.**7 ■-"'"
-'■]._ Griffin 7is \ now; angling for Eddie Mc-
Goortyj and * Sail Petroskey. « The for
mer in dispatches 7)has 7declared7' him
self anxious to j come to thet coast. 7 7
7 It seems X that -■ Red ]7 Watson -" is ' the
most injured 7one." He gave up an op
portunity to box Frankle % Burns at
Oakland S.to'§. box X Hoppe r before Griffin,
and now it looks as if he^ is going 7to
lose out altogether if - Griffin matches
McGoorty. and Petroskey. 7
'a- YANKS IN,] BAD I LUCK S
(Special i Dispatch to The Call) y ;7
NEW YORK. May 6.—Not a single : game did
the * Yankees win in 2 their i home grounds in the
first t monthf of i the 1913 ? season. This * la" a feat
no/: other £■ team ** in * the ** major,** league t has ever
accomplished— if such lan : affair ; can ibe spoken of
as an ;»* accomplishment.* .Not \'once bare si the
Yankee'] rooters enjoyed 7 the : privilege of "* seeing
the home team win. / : ~ - •'• '7 .-■•
AMERICAN* ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee 8." Minneapolis 7.
: No; other * games ' scheduled.':;'
Edgren
FAMOUS BOXERS APPEAR BEFORE
GREAT LAWMAKERS OF ILLINOIS
Packey McFarland, Johnny Coulon, Old Jim
Barry and Others Don the Gloves
: SPRINGFIELD,' 111:'/May/ 6.—Members J
of the Illinois general assembly,7state
officials and municipal officers from a i
large -number of cities of Illinois wit
nessed, /7/a scientific 7/7 boxing ; en
tertainment;/ at Arion XX hall **.* to
night.;* The" affair, in . y which |
Packey V MacFarland / of Chicago j
and 7" Johnny Coulon. bantam;__ champion i
of the world, participated, was given I
lln the Interest of Senator 1 Carroll's bill,
I which* • legalizes 10 round boxing
matches -' in the/ state./ of l Illinois.
The first bout ■'-, on' the \ program was
between Fred Gilmore and * Mickey
Sheridan : of-; Chicago; who „ went /three
fasts rounds: The second /bout brought
together Barry, undefeated ban- '
tarn champion of the/world/retired, I ..arid
Johnny Coulon'-. 'of y Chicago, 7 * present
holder '■ of the bantam title.'/ Barry and
Coulon went /two rounds, and the for
! mer showed! his old time cleverness. SKA
Coulon then took 7on Frankie: White
iof y Chicago / or "X two *•' rounds. y« These
events 'were:;refereed;7by/- Representa
tive FfankfMcNicholsl of Chicago.
7 7 Coulon 7/addressed " the audience,
pleading 7 for the pending bill by. the
general assembly. . ./. *
afc Representative George Hilton of
Chicago, 7 ; who'? also , ? has a 'bill 7in the 1
house .':,"•. to legalize /boxing; went our
rounds; with Pete 7Boyle* of Chicago. j§1
'/The last number'on the program was
a fast four round' bout between
McFarland: of /"Chicago 77? and Willje
Schaefer,, also of Chicago.* McFarland ]
: was :• given an ovation: before and : after
the bout, - .y
were held... The boxers .came from
Amateurs After Honors V
BOSTON, May The eliminations
necessary 'to/ determine the national
amateur boxing champions /were begun
tonight, when 7 the preliminary, contests
of the annual championship.tournament
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I -COLLEGE BASEBALL ] I
:-♦—_—;— _—_j —" -;■-- - "*_*.. -*..*——:—*
At ':' lowa I City, : la.— -University. -of -. lowa 4.
Cornell 7 college 1. • *-' - "y :* .
-«.*At j Cambridge, Mas?.—Lafayette 4. Harvard >2.
7y'At X Ann Arbor, Mich.Washington .and Jeffer
son 1, Michigan 7. * > ■
4 :?At^Beloit,*Wls.—Beloit college 4, Lake Forest
university S. '
:-■-'At Ames, la-r—Ames 3, Grinnell 2. „
'"' y. ■: —— '■ ♦ ] ' " ■' '■' S'-yA-
■ Syy BIG AVIATION • MEET -
(Special Dispatch, to' The* Call) ; 7;]7 y
77. SANTA ROSA. May C—The Chamber of Com
merce tonights signed a 'con tract; with Fried
man" for lan International I aviation meet. here | May
17 and .118.7 ; This will - take t the place i of ; the\an
nual 2 rose -earn Ival. this I year, y--Among,.' the* avia
torsi £ promised -• are "* Silas \ Cbrlatoferson. '".;■ Thaddeus
Kearny Tom j Duck I Ounn: and I? Roy .1 Francis.':!* An
auto polo game will be: played each day In * addi
tion -to' the flights.' "A7. :y -,-.-■-.,.'.-.- ",■:... y;.7
LJbac/c East ,
fxcisions ~_k
14 '* 15 17 ?18 ; '°1 "-oo 03 * ■:*^7 "'tti''
V i6, :^2,.23;g;30/ ' j^^^^^^^^^^^ : ;
August 1, - 7,«8; 9,;i0,^13/\C^fe^|^P?^^^fe&'
.14, 20/21 *22,*26,;27, 28.
September 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, f^^^f^^^B^^'^
j -Sample Fares . 'Stfei
' Chicago $ 72.50 '% &' \* "' X^'?
j Kansas City .... . 60.00 y.. ?M^WB^_W^^^l^^^^o^
%% ™^ v '^
New Orleans 70.00 «£?* l^f^J^^^^'St-^i'
New York 108.50 <. '
Omaha - - 60.00 -
Washington, D. C. 107.50 ' :'
and many., others. "■ * -^V^^Sl^4>j% f ls * r **"-"'^-^im
.Good for-, return three *%&>' S-^P^^^ s^ . . . : r ; '
'months from date of sale not 7 ■''■*£&£'* «/• '^i' i ?' : „*gv*-** *
to exceed October 31,1913. .££.-;V'BHf '"^^'■-^^.mSß
See Yosemite Valley and * ■: -■ : ~^ifefe' : '"' *"' f a I
Grand Canyon this trip. ''/-*];W]ffi-'S>| d»_fl _t _f ft
Santa Fe City Offices: - *|)f ■ -£fe^
San Francisco, 673 Market V> |P^
Street. Phone Kearny 315* h';^^^SM^^^^^t\
Oakland, 1218 Broadnay. ?*MiHS_^^
f PhoneiXakeslde• 42* K. x" *' v f^^-M^B-S-g_at^Sy^^§^^B
S_s®_SSr*-.V-- . 7 -.-•'.,'*. •*- - ■ *
many parts of this country/and Canada.
7* : ln the 108 pound class*, two youths,
regarded as strong contestants for/the,,
title. S. A. Schaff of ; New/ Orleans and
Frank!/ Pacey of ■ Toronto, were elimi
nated, 7 each In : three rounds. Thomas
L. Regan, / a.* Boston 7 high : school boy.
national/champion in ..the 7: 115 pound
I class* won/ his; trial . with H. . Cline /of"
New York. ■ yy' '-, /' //7/.' ../ .■/■ "7;.
/ Some of the contest of more than
local interest were: , . y
, 108 ; pound class-Harney Snyder," 7 Boston, I de
feated A.^Schaff,iYoung Men's Gymnasium club,
New, Orleans,*-, three round*. : •'• • - ■: .7.-■ -
.',: Steve I Philips, - Barton . Young ■ Men's Christian
union, 1 defeated* Frank Pacey, Riverside A.'C,
Toronto, a three rounds. , •-. •■ '7/ ■" ■
>; - 115 % pound- Thomas 1 L. 1 Regan.'' 1 Boston, 1
defeated;!!.' Cline, New York, three rounds.- -
I 123 pound class—W.-Hitchin, Riverside A..C*
Toronto, defeated H. C. Clark, Roxbury, In, one,
round. '•■ y yyX '■■"- -" ■■ ", ° ■". ■ ■■■-, ■.' Xy .
A-- Walter; Jackson of -, Toronto. In l the . 133 * pound "
class.-was stopped by Mike Sullivan of Boston. ,
New i England j champion, *• In \ two.. and:., a 7 half '■.
rounds 7 :.-■"._:<'• 7y A 77-.'•■"■' '.-' ■■• 7" 'Ayy.-.-x: X-.:. -..-•
--.; "William /. Sehrt/ of •**' Young * Men's' Gymnasium
club.. New -. Orleans, defeated i J..: Baker of > New ■
York" in r three;rounds in the 133 pound class.
s.- It: required "• only .two..- rounds:, for '.William 1 37
McCans -of: Philadelphia jto stop his opponent,
'Dave' Hagan "of Salem. In the 138 pound class.:.
Dan McDonald of New Glasgow, N. S., runner
up last : year. % stopped, Charles ; Fullerton of 5 Bos-"'
| ton in two, rounds In the same class. y j-tfcSr
MSmmmZESSSEmmm SB '■■Idly'" 1
cut down I
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tire bills j
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