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WOLVES HANDLE CACTUS WITHOUT GLOVES
SEALS OBSCURED '
BY HEftVY CLOUDS;
NEED SUNSHINE
Lambasted, Cuffed, Kicked
and Tossed About the
Ball Lot by Jack
Atkins Huskies
JOE MURPHY
These are dark days for the Seals,
md unless a ray of sunshine breaks
Slirough the heavy clouds soon our
hopes will be Intrenched in the de
*plsed second division. For the third
successive time during the week Jack
Atkins* ball team showed its superior
ity over the Seals in the most decisive
fashion and dealt them out the short
end of the count. Yesterday, on the
transhay park, the Wolves captured a
wld and woolly game from the Seals.
The finish was B to 5,
The Wolves took an early spurt,
■wruch they maintained throughout the
nine frames, though the Seals made a
frailanf.figrht under a. heavy handicap.
CACTUS LOSES sum,
Cactus Henley, who has been going
great guns of late, was used at the
outset, but the elongated hurler was
far from being himself, and after being
lambasted to the various corners for
three rounds Manager Howard woke up
to the fact that it was time for a
switch. Howling Harry Hughes, who
,:afi been thoroughly subdued of late
wee turned loose for a brief spell'
being allowed to go two rounds, and
Lefty Decannler succeeded him. finish
ing the fracas, pitching good ball while
*>n the hill.
Honolulu Jack Williams, who Is being
h n OmJhe VariOus sections of the
baseball map by the big league mo-
Kills Bras sen. to the front after being
reUtVf ' f ° r K ° me tlme as the re
out L fi a f°J c wing. Williams worked
out tl.e first frame in fine style, but in
• -seemed to iose hi*
control, and he was quickly dorricked
in favor of Jack Lively, Whe -tarred
With the Oak. a couple of masons ago.
In If Jrn ,YeS USed the wtUow iik« -,
lot or strong arm men, and before the
*ame was fairly under way they had
•V-> In the second roun? the"
nett*H » »C y ° r three ~st8 ' SWch
retted a like number of runs and in
he following inning they duplicated
!m« Pc °tr ance - This ended Henley's
time on the mound.
heal FIREWORKS
, ° pen /"«" ro "nd pa- along
without anything happening that might
startUng, but r.al BrewoS.
were set off In the second inning
E>eacon Van Buren, an ancient mem
ber of the Wolvea, who seems to be
;: ,ln V? an age of rejuvenation, con
tinued his batting clip by whacking
out a double to center. Kenworthy
follow?- v 7 r^r. s olJt tQ
* erounaer. iJa!lir.an singled to right
(■coriner Van. Then Henley tickled Ten- |
Jisnt in the ribs with the sphere. Bliss i
came along: with a rattling three bag
per to right, scoring- Hallinan and Ten- '
ant. Williams hit to the infield and
Bliss was toased out at the plate
The Wolves indulged in another bat
ting rally i n the third round, which
brought about Henley's finish. Lewis
« Seal discard, made us unhappy by
slamming out a three base hit to left
Moren went out to the infield. Lewis
being detained on third. Van Buren
flammed out a single to center, scor
ing- Lewis. Kenworthy walked and
ITallinan fouled out to Cartwrlght. Then
Tennant kicked through with a slash
ing triple, scoring Van Buren and
Ivenworthy. Bliss went out on an in
field grounder.
■\Vll.imis WOBBLY , '
"Williams started off wobbly in .the
second frame, and, after passing- Ho-
Kan and serving McArdle with three
balls, Jack Lively was ushered into the
contest. He gave McArdle his fourth
ball and then settled down to business.
Corhan forced Hogau at third, and then
Cartwrlght was given a base on balls.
Schmidt went out. Young to Tennant,
the men on bases advancing and Mc-
Ardle scoring.
In the fourth the Seals put another
rount over. McArdle singled to center
and Corhan singled to the infield. Cart-
wright was safe on a fielder's choice.
but McArdle was caught off third.
Schmidt singled to center, scoring Cor
han. - V. .*;.'•;
Moran singled to second in the fifth
snd reached second on Charles' error.
Van Buren was safe on a fielder's
choice and Moran was safe at third on
Hughes' error. Kenworthy walked.
Hallinan hit into a double play, Ilogran
to irtwright. Moran scoring on the
play. Tennant tripled to left, scoring
Kenworthy.
SEALS LOOK DAVGEHOIS
The Seals made three hits in the
fifth and threatened to overcome the
Wolves' lead. Charles singled to cen
ter. Johnston filed out to Moran.
llogan was safe on a fielder's choice
and Charles reached second on Young's
prror. McArdle singled to right, filling
the bases. Downs, batting for Corhan;
was safe on Young's error, scoring
Charles. Cartwright flied out to Bliss, ;
McArdle scored on Hallinan's wild
throw to first. Zimmerman, batting for
Hughes, out, Lively to Tennant.
SACRAMENTO : j ■':'-.
AB. R. BH. FO. A. E.
YonnK. M 4 0 <> 3 4 2
I.rwle. 1. f...'. .4 11 10 0
M"ran. r. t I I 2 X O 0
Van Rnrrn, r. f. 5 1 3 0 0 0
Koiiwortby 2b 2 2 10 6 }\0
Hnlllnan. Sb. 2 1 It t 1
T'Minant tl ..3 1 2 16 0 0
Wi«». r 10 14 1*
AVilliani". P- .1 <» 0 0 ~ 0
Llveir, p : .T 0 1.0 41
. ,■.,-..,-., . —— ~ .- ~
Total ..82 • 11 27 IS 4
SAN FRANCISCO
AB. R. BH. '" A. E.
Mun-iorff. r. f..... .. I • 12 00
Cijiflrijps, t **•••••♦••*••• I * ■• * .*. -J
.lofjiiston. c. f... •"> ;'ft '-- 0 0 0
4logan I. f » 1 0 2: 1 0
MrArdle, Ib ■' 2 2 11 - i>
Corhan. ps. ........::.... 2 1 1 " 1 0
Oertviright. 3b .......... I " 1 2 3 0
jicbmWt, c 2,0 I I 0
Henley, p ' 0 0 0 0 1
niches. p.'-.V. .'.VV ..- 10 • 0 1 1
Downs m.:'. I ■ 1 4 1; 0
Zirnmcrnian ........ . 1 " 0 0 0 0
I>i cgnn p .... 1 <> '> 0 10
Clarke, c - 0 0 - '■ 0
Total .........40 > 10 27 IS 4
Zimmermen, batted for'Hughes in the fifth.
nUKS AND HITS BY I.NNIN<;S
S.i> rani' ......03 3 0 2 0.0 00—8
Basehltß ........0 3 3 0 - ' 1 5 I— ll
Kan Franclfco 0 10 1 a 0 0 o .' 0— 5
Baschits .......00 1 3 2 0 - 1 o—lo
SUMMARY
jfits No run*, no hits off Williams; taken
out In s.coDfl; none cut, 1 on-ami a ball* on
batter Six rune, 0 hits off Henloy In .1 fnn!nc!».
Two run* .-,■■ J 2 hits oft IliipiH-K in 2 innings.
Crt Jit victory to IJtpl.v. • Charge defeat to Hen-"
I'v. Three "base hits—Bliss. ;l>wK ; Tennant,
12) Two has«v hit—Van . Buren. Stolen ■ liafes— -
Moran. KenwortUy. Schmidt. , Sacrifice hits—
and Lewis. First base on called balls —
Oft William* 2. -iff llenleyl,-off l Decannirr: 2, j
off Lively 2, off Hushes 1. ' Struck out—By,
Williams 1. by Henley 1. by Lively 1 .by
Hiirlm-s 1. by i necannicr." 1. Hit by pitcher—,
Tennant by Henley. : Double, plays—Kenwortby;
to Yonr.g lo Tennant;,,l)ccannler to Downs: to
M'-Arille Left mi banes— ■". San
I rant-Uci !>. Karned runs— .ii-i■uiiK'iiid "J." Sun
J !;;uic-ii-<-i. n. Time of same—l hour auJ; D 5
iuhiQtcis.* Uuiiilres —Fiuuey - au<l Tliyle.' I
Standing of Clubs
in Coast League
« . — :___—_—_+.
W. 1.. Pet.
i."l Aupelex. . 1.. .. r»:: "43 ",2
I'ortlnnU Hi 11 511
San Francisco..... .Til V.I . 510
Sacramento ...... I."> -: M .'<>ss
Venice .........4(i • .12 4fi!)
Onkland .. .44 .'.'. 4.V4'
nESULTS Or GAMES
Sacramento 8. San l-'rarn-lsoo ."».
- Oakland 0. l-»« Ancolcn r>.
Portland 8, Venice 1.
GAMES i. TODAY.'
Sacramento at San Francisco.
Onkland at I ok Ansrelea.
Venice at Portland.
HOGAN BANISHED
FROM THE FIELD
Beavers Win Game and
Thereby Move Up to
Second Berth
PORTLAND. Ore., July 10—Left
Fielder Elmer Lober starred in a game
with Venice today which resulted in
an k to 0 victory for Portland and
placed the Beavers la second place
In the league standings. Not only did
Lober knock in Portland's first tally,
but he also started a batfest in the
eighth With his third consecutive safe
hit. and also made a circus catch of a
difficult fly in de-p left ;
Up to the eighth inning Portland had
a 1 to 0 lead. Leber's initial hit in
that inning was followed by another
by Berry. Hagcrman went safe on
Litschi's error and a two bagger by
Rodgers, after Chadbourne and Doane
had each driven in a rurf. .
Hogan was banished by Umpire Held
for too volubly protesting a home plate
decision, and wltli O'Rourke catching
in the ninth, two more runs were made
for Portland. Score:
vi:\
AB. n BH. PO I r
Carlisle. 1. t . .4' 0 I'J '0' 0
Kane. c. f... 4 0 1 i 1 -' 0
Meloane. r. f I 0 0 0 ovo
i:rai=hear. 2b . .V 0 0 0. ! 0
Hosp. b* :< (I ;O" 3 5-0
Lit!«<hi. .lb ...4 0 0 0 4 fl
McDonnell, ■ lb.. ~...2 0 en 0 11
11ccan.c....;..... ... •"• l! 1 R 10
Griffin, p ..... ....1 0" 02 ! I)
O'Uourke, c..........' 1 11 1 ii <> 0
Bayle?e 1 0 11 0 0 0
Total .................:;i 0 4 24 l."i 11
!■"!: CI I
An. n., nil. PO; a. E.
riiadbourne. c. t .:....".. 4 ! - 12 1- 0
I»oane. r. f.. 4 1 2' 4 0 0
llodeers, 2b./. 4 1 1 2 2 0
Llndnay. 3b........ .2-2 0 14 0
Korea, »«.. •- 4 II O 2 11
•Spean, Hi .... ....... 4 0 2 0 01
Loiter, 1. f 4 13 2 0 g
Berry, c........ S: 1 I B 10
Ilagerman, p 3 1 1 0 2; 0
Total 32: 3 12 27 11 2
B«yle«» batted for Griffin in the 'ninth."'.
RUNS AND hits BY INNINGS
Venice •*...........0 0 000 11 00 0— 0
Base-hits 1 11 000 n 0 1— 4
Portland . - ....0 1 0 0 0 'i 11 7 x— H
Bast-hits .......0201 0 207 x—l 2
SI'XIM \rtV,
Struck out—By »*"Griffin _'. by Hucrman'.•'.".'■
First ■ base on <allp<l balls— Off Griffin 2, off
IlpfrTiiiJiii 6. Two base hit —Hodgprs. Doable
ple.Vf"-- Kane J" Litsrhl to i !<.~t ■ tOrllopranM.rif-'
fin to Heap to McDonnell. Stolen. bane* Mr
loane. Hosp,Grlfnn. : Donne., Rodcen. Hit; by
pitched ■ ball—Kane t>y Ha?erman.: ? Time " : of
jr»ni«>—l . hour aa«l 50 mlnnte*. ■ Umpires Held
mill McCarthy.
♦ "'"'' ii ; —— i ' —«-
iAMERICAN ASSOCIATION!
; Loulr»IH» lft.Columbns 1 (first game); Leels
tlll« 3 (second ;ame). ' .
Toledo 5, In.HiUiHt'n!. :-•"' , • '■ •"
Minneapolis 12, Kansas City C.
St. Paul 1, Milwaukee-7.
] WESTERN LEAGUE f
« _—__ __— —_ !'"■ ' ■-■ '.".'♦'
Siour City 1. Topeka 7. .
Omaha 11, Donrer. 10.
Ht. Joseph '7.': Lincoln .3.
D.-S Mo!ne« ft, Wichita 7.
] SOUTHERN LEAGUE ; f
I Atlanta 2," Mobile 8.
Nashville 4. New Orleans 3.
' Birmingham*rJ,Memphis 2.
- Ctuttaaeaga 7. Montßfimery 9. .
I UNION ASSOCIATION [
♦ ■ -■'-'- — ;. —..':,■.. —— ; ■■ ■'" ♦■
Mlsßoula 8.-Salt'Lake City 2.
15utte 14,0jrilen 9. . . •
Great Falls 0,: Helena 7. ; , - -
j TRISTATE LEAGUE ]
—_ —— r - r _ —-- —————♦■
I'eneileton 3. JSoiKo V. . ■ - • ;
Wall. Walla (i, Noitu Vuklm. l.
THE SAN , FRANCISCO CALL, FKfDAY, JULY 11, 1013.
OFFICIAL FAMILY
BEING PRESENT,
OAKLAND WORKS
Squeezes Out 6 to 5 Victory,
During Which Abies Is
Knocked Off the
Landscape
(Special Dispatch to Tap rail)
LOS ANGELES,'- July 10.—Spurred
into action by the rattle of "tin cans"
Jn their midst,, and ■••'• the entire
"official family" looking on. Oakland
won a panic today, squeezing out a
0 to r. victory. ■ '. I"
Harry Abies Avon his camp,, hut got
knocked off the landscape doing . it.
After Howard's triple had, scored two
men in the seventh, \ the stretcher was]
sent tor Harry, and Lphroan prevented 1
any further batting demonstrations..
Jackson quit his job in the seventh;
Eight hits were made ■'off him. Crabbe,
our. main finisher, made the Oaks'look
like sprouts In the last two inning;.".
OAI\I,AM) : mxivs
Oakland began ranting around In the
<: -st inning. Leard walked, and swiped I
<-i<md. Hetling flicked, a} sickly fly In j
s'.iort center that dropped safe, Bill j
taking third. Hetling also stole sec-;
ond. Bchirm was subjugated on strikes, |
Coy drove over Jackson, but Johnson :
grabbed the ball, in mid-diamond and j
hurled the sliding Leard out at the;
plate. Hetling took third on the play, i
and made a souvenir of the tureen when
Zacher ■ made sausage .. ©at of .the ba11.".,
Coy went i<> second on the hit, and
Gardner, shoved him across with a line:
to center. •. Zacher attained third
on the smack, and scored on a wild ;
pitch. ". - ' '•'-- ■' . '■:■ ''' J
; Abies survived the first round,nicely, j
but three men facing him. Bat try <
as he would, Harry couldn't,•: get it!
over for MaggSbrt in the second, flail |
Stole second ■ and betook himself ;to !
third when Zacher proved to be the!
only person present capable of stop-j
ping Rohrer's low peg. Ellis tried to |
"squeeze" Maggart home with a bunt
to ; Abies, but it didn't work. Harry
shooed Harl ■'~ back and then threw
Rube out at first. Krueger walked.
Johnson hit to center, Maggart reach
ing the plate and Krueger romping to i
third, scoring while Leard; was throw
ing out Boles. /
in the third Howard's double and
two outs blossomed , Into the'tying run.
SOUS;REPLACE SMILES
Smiles gave way to sobs: in: the
sixth, when two visiting roustabouts
desecrated the sanctity of the home
plate. ; ; Zacher',«- walk and singles by
Gardner, > and ~; Quest, with two long
flies, again put the Oaks In the lead.
The 'sixth: and last ace came; in the
seventh, and it was. the big one. Leard
bounced one over Metzger. .Hetling
bunted safe down i the third base* line. l
Schirm sacrificed both runners a base; i
arid Coy f scored Leard- with a fly to ;
Krueger. * Zacher popped -to; Johnson."]
•Los 'Angeles ifought back; bravely in
this same, round, chased' in two men, j
and : also chased Abies out of the game;
but all this makes do difference, as
they didn't, win. and consequently their
bravery is of no especial public in
terest. They lost, and here's the score i
to; prove it: ■
OAKLAND
■'..■■■* 18. R r.H. I'u. A. E.
Lrarrt. 2k 4 1,12 4*o
Hetling. 3b. •"■ J ", ~1 * "
Siliirui. I. f .-•.........•'. Oil ° 1
Coy. r.f. ...'...........•-: 1- 0 1 0 0
Zaeher. c. f .. - '■'• - ' U 0 .0
Ganluer. Ib .r.......... I l 8 13 i <>
Gnest. ss. .........:..... .*» '■(» I '-' 40
RoUrer, c H; I) U ■■'. 1 I
Abies, p. ...... .... I " 0, a 4 (I
l/oliman. p. ............. 1 " 0 ; 0 1 o
Total .................31 * 10 -" Iβ 2
los ANGELES
AH. H. ISU. PO. A. K.
Howard, 2b. and 3b .-4 1 I > •'( .■ 4 4 0
.\[Hzs>r. 3b.,...-.;...... - " <> 0• 1 ; 0
Moore, Ib .............. 4 1 0 •■< 0 v
Mazgart. c. t ... :: 1 1 .V .0 o
Kllis, 1. f ..;....'..'..:..■ 4* (I (i ;1 0 0
Kruescr, r. f . .1.02 'J 0 0
Johnson, s*. ............ « i> X •_■ 3;:0
Holes. C •...........;.... •'! :■■-■■ .1 " 7 2 0
Jackson, p. .............. - i 0 0 O <i
1'f1E0;......;............ 11' 1 <• :'i 0
Ooodwiu, 2b. V..;.....:.. 1 <> " " l: t>
Crabbe. p. :.'..'............ " •".<».' o_" <> :■> B c
Brooks ......i........... l (»<•(> ii o
Total ~..."....1....'...32, rr 5.27 12; 0
Pa pc * battert « for ; aekcon; in * the i seventh ",\ v
,:. Gomlwtu batted'fur^Metzger'lln'ithe seventh ■'-
Brooks;batted for Boles;in l the;ninth.*, :
; J ItINS AND , HITS BY I.NMMiS ' "'*'
O*tland:/.r.:-.;V. 3 ;o- 0 0-02 ? 1 0 Vo— 6
Basohits V..:.. ."$■ •■• " 0 "l; 2 ■ •_• 1 , I—lo
Los AiißPii'S ";.".■..;-'o\ I 10". (»•() *2: 0--<V—l 5
•; Un-eliits, .-■.'..'." '.• .1 i 21 1 i> S3j, tl o— 8
\ ,".,.. SUMMARY
K);lit -hits Bud 6 runs off. ,|,;,>.-.: in 7 , lnnlnj:s; ;
I li'Us iind .') inns ittt Abl«i; iv Hi* iuuiujjs; ciiarge
HERE AND THERE IN SPORTDOM
BIG LEAGUE RESULTS
I NATIONAL LEAGUE : | ,
. . «-
BROOKLYN, July 10.—Brooklyn '■- its eighth
: fstrnffflit game t'xiay awl dropped into tliti second
j division. Score: .-..'.'' ~i
! ri;iel:i. AI? Is II P M tirookUn Ali It HP A
l>. v<, re., f.. 3 1 1 R <> Moran.cf. - .. ■ 5 1 : 1 •"> * "
Bescher.lf. 4 12 3 1 j Cut*ha w.2b 4 0 0 1,4
.Vl a>-—si tj. .if 5 2 3 i) i. Wheat.lf... 4 0 1 •> 1
Dnd*e.3b. .3 r <> I l| Dauh.rt.lb. 4 0 1 '•' . 0
Hoblltzl.ll> 4 2 2 15 0 Hummel.i f. Ill""
Tinker.*;*.. 4 l '.» 1 r. Smilh."t>. .. 4 2 '■'■ 4 0
<;r0h.2b.... 3 <> (! 1 ',c !-"l*!l«'i - .. 4 i> - 1 2
Kllnjr.c.... 3 1 <» 1 1 Ms.-lim-.i-. .. " <> 1,10
Biowu.it... 4 i:; m .i Riteker.p. .. 0 0 0 0 I
— — _-_— Wujrner.p.. 1 0 0 0 1
■ 'Total., . :;.-. 10 13 27 14 IlnH.p .~ 1 " " " 1
' Callahnn... i 110 "
V Keat.p 0 i> 0- 0 I
Yinsling... l " " Jl> 0
, I Total "•♦■> •'• n 27,11
;.. Caliahan • : led for Mnii in the eighth.
I , Tingling baited for Kent, l« the ninth. .
SCORE : BY .1 N'NINGS
:.Cincinnati .......0 5 ii *•> ;; " 2 0, • I"
1 , -, -.<.;■. i,. ii ....-....' ii t> ■: ii .0; '-'0 '• 2 1 — •'.
..:/• -..'■/ -'summary t -•• - : ;--
Krror— Dody. Left OB '■•■"• Cincinnati 8,
Brooklyn ■■».'.. Two bans hits— ]■■■■■• ■ . IteblltMl,
'! 'inker. Fisher- <2). Fischer. Three base hit —
f'.illnlian. Stolon baeea P.e-eiier. r Marsans (2),
Dodger Holiiitzel. Mr.rail (2»."*-, Double ', plays—
Oatsaaw. Fisher and Daubvrt; Wheat. Fisher
end ;l)aubert. .-First Vase mi called bulls—Off
i Rocker .l. off Hall 2. "IT Kent 1. Struck out —
By Brows 2. Hit by pitcher— by Hall.
Wild pitch—Hall Passed I toll—Fischer. Time
of. "game—rl boor and -*"> minutes. Umpire*—
Quisle; and Emotie. ... : .
PITTSBURG 3. PHILADELPHIA 2
PHILADELPHIA, July. 10.—A . reconstructed
team of Philadelphia players, composed largely
of !?iib«Hiutes. (t»r« Plttnlmre; « -hard battle,
here .i;i;.. l>ut l<*t' taw taw by 3to 2.800rc:
i Pittsburg AB RIII* A V Ptatto. AH If II PA
I Viox 2b.. 4 0 0 .'. - Becker, of. 4 0 2 30
Can If. 3 2 11 -• Dolan. --.. -I 0 10,4
Komr.in...f -i 1 1 1 0! I-obert. Sh 4 0 0 0 "
Bntler. m, '■■ 0i 0 4 R.MHI.t.i 3 0 0-0 0
I .T.Mllier.lt" 3 0 i !i i (i-.-ivitii. if 4 0 0 10
V.'"l "ii. rf 3 0 0 4 0 I inlen:s.lb 4 1 • 2 l<! 0
.MCrtliy.r.ti 3": 0 <> 11 '. Walsh. 2!>. 4-0 .". 2 B
Simon/c.';', 4 -0 0 '• •• Hovioy, c. -2' 1 0 ;r>! 1
MeQulan.p 2 0 0 1 4JKmifer.c. 0 0 0 0 0
_ dialinerH, i» 3 0 2 .0:2
T0ta1...2) 3 427 14|Mapef..... 1: <> 0 0 0
r«sk<rt. .. 1 0 0 0 0
Hi-.l;in. ... 0:0 0 0 f>
'-I ; I Total. ./.'A 21027 10
Mncee botted for Howler in the seventh. .;■ -J
I'uskert batted Killift'r, in th» ninth. \"
;Doolan ran for Walsh in the ninth.
SOOBE BY INXIKOS
! Plttsbiirj: ........ 2 fl *l ; 0 00 00 o—3
Philadelphia ......<» 0 1 0.0 0 0 9 . I—2
STMMAKV ■''■:■■' - ..-:'-' - ; : . ~./j;
" Krrors—P.. Miller, Ilowley. Two liase lilt*—
Koniniers' i.uiicir,-. .Stolen banes—Carey (2).
Doubl* , play*— Wiilsii and l.udcrii*; Viox and
J.::. Miller.* Left ;on.. baHen~Pittslmrft "?>.- Phil-,
edelphia 0. ■ First base: on called : balls— ( »ft; Me
Qnlllan 1. off Clinliii* s •'>■ struck ■ out—By Me-
Quillan "4.. by Chalmers 8. Pawed ball—Simon.
Time of same — 1 boot and 45 minutes. lni
pires—lSrennan and Kason. ; .
■ BOSTON 3. ST. LOUIS 1*
. BOSTON. July 10—Boston won it* fourth
straight fame from St. l-"iii« ; today, I to 1.
i All IX HP Aj':i'.oston AH T! II V A
I lliiKftiDii.Jb 4 0 <> 3 «Mrnvillf,s»i; 4 it " -' 2
MiiiriT- If .V. 4 0 1 •_' <>..\lcl>iinlil.:tl> 8 1^22
OnkoK rf *3 0 1 2 OlCoiinolly.lf .V 4. 0-lil X 0
W!iitt'ed.'::b 4 -i 0 -J 3 Titus.rf -, ..-2 l 0■ a o
KlWtchv.lb 4 1 210 ii Sweeuey,2l>. 4; 0 1- 1 2
Rraßs.rf . 4 (» i i AO|Myeri>.lb. .. 3 i 3 •> 0
Wincoc .. 3 0 0 :S l:It;ni(l»Mi.<:. . 4 0 1 H> 0
O'lear'r ss. 2f 0 0 1 0 Mann.ef.... 3 0"2 ; 2:; i
■Roberta.... I: <> 0 " 0 Perdue.p.:. 3' 0 0 0 1
Elanaer.n.. 0 0 0 0; 1 : ___.- . —
Ilarmon.p. 8 0 1:0,0 1"fa1....:;0 ; 3::8 27 I
Total.. ..32; 1 (', 24 i! , -
Hubert's batted for.OT>«ary in iiii» eighth.
SCORE BY-INNINGS ;
st i o ,,iH ....;:... 0 0 O o, 0 O ;.i 0 0— 1
Boston ....:.....- 1 1 0 0 0 10 0-: x—3
' :/.( • SUMMARY ;r' ":. : ' ■ )
Errors—llUßglns* Wingo, O'LCary, ' M<l>onal<i,
Two base hit—Erans.v Three base hit—M.nnn.
Stolen bases— Konetchy; 2. •;?. Doable , plays—Hug
vina WhittPtl and Konetehy;:,Whitted ; and Kon
etcbr; Haggißt and Whiftid. Left ,on .biiseu—
St i>'.ris .'.. Box ton «." £ First, banf on called bulls
— off Harmon '•■ Firft:on error*— Boston 42, St."
T-ouis 1; Struck out—By Perdue T. by Harmon •_'.
Time of same— i hour and 4 "' minutes. Umpires
—Klein l ami Orth. .■ ."-."' ' ,
'"• ,' CHICAGO 3. NEW YORK 2J •
Ni:\V YORK. July ;:■ 10.— Chicago broke; New:
York's wlnuiriK . streak here today, the ehamplons.
droppiDE « : eloM game, :t i-> -'. Score: , ■:_ ' ;
(hi AB RHP A N. V' AH Fl II PA
leach ..-f.. 4-0 0 0 0 Bnrns.lf. .. 4• i> 2>« ::O,
Erers ■'!. 411-" elßb*fer.3b.. 4,0 iin
Schnlte.rf. 4021 01 Flctcher.s!..:4 Ti 2;' 0; 7
Phplan.3n 4 0 1 o*2 Dot If, .. '.' it If 2 2
SaW.lb." V 4 - 210 0 Merkle.lb..' 3 0 111 0
i Miller If . 4 0 - 5 1 Murray.rf.:- 47 0 110
f.irrldii.sV. 4 0'0;l:l Meyers.c.;; 3 0 1,5 : 2
Brs.nahn,c. 4 0, 1"5.52 Berwxf.... H 0 0 » 0
Smith, i> ...'4O 0 0 2 wlttoa.e... o 0;t>; I=. 0
.•■•■■;., • r L- ■-_"-— —i- MeCormiek ■■ l*o .' 0 i> 0
Total .;20 'J 27 KjSndgrass.cf 3 1,1 0 0
Mthwson.p. 20004
. ; ■- I Total: . ..30 210 27 1")
HerW ran for Meyers in the seventh. .: ;
McCormick j batted for WlMoe in the ninth.
„ SCORE] BY INNINGS
Chicaco . .0100020 O :o—3
New, York rv.". :r.J0.:;0.* ° i;l -1 ",0 • "-
--.-■ ;■■': .•■.-■ SIM.MARY t . ■~;»'' <' ". ;
Krrors—siiafe'r i'J.. " First' base 0:1 ' error—Chi
cago '1 :< Three bast , • hits—-Saier, .Miller. i. Stolen
bases Bnrn»"i:(2.l ,"*- Murray;? Fletcher.? , <,lA>tt t on •
bases—New: York C,* Chicago 0. 'Double*pUyn—
j Miller to -. Ever*; t Corriden ;to aVrari ito * Seier;.
! Evere to Siller 1-i. '- f Viret base on > called \ balls-
Off Smith 4. iStruck out—By s MatlTMvson ( 5,; by .
Smith j 4.T- Time •■ of gamp —l i hour f and 45 min
utes. rinplreß-Rlgler B.vrtfn. ; , : -~,
defeat to Jsrkßon; orrdlt victory to AMp». Three
base j hiu-^-Kruee* , ]-;" Howtnl. Two s base £ : bits —
Howard (2): Saoriflc* —Scblrra, ! ?Guest."
Sacrifice flies— nolirer,? Coy. Stolen ' bases— -Ijetitif,
Schirni. Maggart.¥jFi«itibnse on, called bells —Off
.Tai-knon 4, off ' Able* 2.-^Struck; out—By Jaekeoa
%*< by J A blew « ITM Double I play*-=Ablee | to S Rotirer ;
to I Lpard: % Johnson l to k Hotranl Ito I Uoorc. Wild
fpltcl— Jackson. F Hit by pitched ball—Mctzgrr.
'iltnr K«[pe— l-, l»our anil.'34 minutes, fm-
Dlre-B«U. - "3fcfflS
AMERICAN LEAGUE P
I AMERICAN LEAGUE |
i.t; r —: —: —— — —■—-——-♦•
j- 1 ■ 1 ;" i i;hi r. Midi.. July. 10.—Although oiithil
i today. Detroit;«!cf.?sii(l Washington; in a »pl*-u
--j d : dl» played came. 1 1. 2. Score: : , V
I .Wash. AB 1: il I- a Detroit AIS.lt HPA
i Morc;in.»'l. 4 -.0 2 2 4i Kii-h. «1.. .". <• 0 O 1
i Fiwtor, :;b. 4 t 1 T 2 Vttt. :»>..'. -2 •i 0 1 S
[.Milan, ef. 4 11 _• ( vawfnl.rf :'. 1 1 11
Qandll. Ui :: 0 (I Id 2 Vracli. if.. :; ' 1 1 1 "
("alto. if. 4 0 2 0 otcainor. lb. 3 I 210 0
Shanks, ■f "4 0 1 1 (1 \i,-K.->. ,-.. i 0 1 in (t
Meßrfde.es 4 (> 10 II Illgti. cf.. 4 R 0 ::■«,
l!"lll-y. c' 4, fl )i n- i! ||fn,:-( 2;0 0 l> O
Hushes, p. 3 0r 11 2' i\ Ij>uden.2b 0 0 0: O 1
— - ——I Mali. p.:... - 0 0 1 1
Total .. .34 2 524 is Cobb... ... 0: •' 0 0 o
I
. i Total... 4 ■'. 27 ; 9
: ~ 1 <■!.!. ; batted for Ilrnneseey in iii« seventh.
SCORE ', BY .INNINGS
Wn'hincioij ~.... i> a n \r> 1 <> o o—2
Detr0it...:....... .3O 00.0 001 x—
SUMMARY •
Error McHrldp. ,Twi ha**" 1,:- Foster.Mr,r
--i pan (2>. _'Thre<s ■ b(!.<e hit— Crawfonl'. . ftaerlflee
: hit-— Hall. >--a Stolen 4 lia»es«-—Mon-H".'. Shank*.
; Double iilay--''VMwf..ni i.> Gamer, ;Left <>ri bases
— Wnnhinston '. F>etreti 0* Fir« b*a> on , railed
ball* Off H»!l . 1. -■ off Hufbea 6. Hit by pitcher
— Vltt by IMihes. etrork " rnit— By Hall 10.
Wild pitches—Hall <2i. rime of nw i hour
! am! 4.". minutes. l.'mplrellildfbrand and
I < >'1 .1 i:jfiilin.
,
NEW YORK 2. CHICAGO 1 : -
CHICAGO-. July 10, — Manaser Frank (•hence
J worn his fir«t gam" in Chicapo today; a« head of
the American league "club of New. York, which
defeated Cliicagol2 to I. Score:
N. York AB R M P A Chicaco AM R II PA
\ Daniels, rf. 5 " 2 0 Olßeml, ct.,.. 3 0 0 1 '-• 0
I Wolter. cf. 3 0 1 1 o Ruth 2b... 2■ 0 02 2
I Cree. If;.. 4 0 I 4 0 Lard, ."b.. . 4 0 1 11
rTartMll;3fc 4 11 % .".ChHSo: Hi.. 1 10 0
Peknpjtb.aM 4 12 0 r.JCrtllins, rf.. 2 0 1 2 Q
Knisht. 1b 3 n 2 17 0 Bo.ile; if... 2 n o « o
I JWder,."!!».;.l 0 O o njSchslk. c... " 0 O'f!?1
Smith. <-.. 4 11 I. ■_• 4iWeaver- aa. I 0 0 4 7
Warhop. p. 2 0 0 0 1 Hnssell. p.. .'I 0 113
I McConull.p 2 0 0 0" llEasterlf.. ..'1 0 *)' 8. 0
, -_ fc— [ j - - , ; ;
Tot*!... .:;* 2 027 17 Total ... 29 .1827 It
Easterly bait.! foe Weaver in ninth.
SCORE BY-INNINUS ~'
New. Y0rk......... o 1 0 00 I*oo l>—2
Chicag0.......:.... 0 1, 0 0 I 00 11 .'' O-^l
. ■':-]■ ■■'"•'"{■'. ■••.■■'•'. ••.■'■"'.■ SUMMARY •' .■>■'■'.;' "■'■■
Errors — Warhop. RnsKell. - Tiro be?p hit«—
Knight (2), Russell, Stolen banes—Dai> Ma, Col
lins. Wolter. Double plays— Russell to Weaker:
Russell to; Sena Ik; to Weaver to Bath, :l#lt on
ba^es—New, York K. Chicago 7. First - base, ot
called balli—Off Warhop 4: off ißuJieell B. Hit
:by pitched ball—By Wnrhop.', Clias , * , and- Weaver.
Struck out—By, Warhop. 1. by Ri:s>-ell it. -. Time of
(tame 1 hour and 7 :;.". minutes. .Umpires—Evans
j and Sheridan.
CLEVELAND 4. PHILADELPHIA 1
CLEVELAND. 0.. July 10.—Cleveland de
feated Philadelphia 4 to 1 'today. Falkenhurg
outpitching ;Plank and Rooek. ,The hitting of
Ryn:i and Sarlsch and Hmick. Score: " •*
Cleveland AB it II P4l Phila. AB RII PA
Johnt-tn.lb 3 1 015 llEMurphy.rf 5 0 1; 11
Chapnm.M 411 -2 1" SjOldrtaa. if 4 0 0 it 0
Turner.: , .!) 1 10 Oα Collins, 2b 3 0 0 1-3
i .I.iik.-o.i.rf 3 0 0 0 Ojßaker.Se.. 4010 3
I Lβ Jele. 2b .'!. 0 o 2 31 MelnnU.lb 4 12 13 c
i Ryan. ef.. 4'o' 3. 2 0 Stnink.cf . " 3 11 0 0 0
I (Jraney, if •'! ' 1 12 0 Barry,* **.'. 4' o'■ 1 ;-'2">2
t rn''lti<-i). .'. ■'! 00 ." 0 Lapp. <■.... 3 0 2 7 3
I Falknbrg.p 2 0 0' 0 ;:s Plank.p.. 2 0 (» 0 1
■ , lloucK,-p.'.'-•»> i> 0 0 1
' Total.. .28 ' 4 827 12) Daley::.... 1 0 0 0 0
, r ■ .. ?. .: -*. Si-hang. ... o 0 (> 0 (>
I
I Total.. .98 ' 724 li
•.'••■' Daley but led for Plank' in the eighth. ■ >
.- Schang baited lor Jlouck in the ninth. '
SCORE BY INM\i;s '
Cleveland ......;..!'. 1 0- 00 0 0 2 x—
Philadelphia ......(>(> 0 0 0 Q 0 0 —1
STMMARY : : ;
': Error*—Chapman, Baker. - Two ha.«t» hit —
Lapp.' Stolen ba*< —Granev. Double play —
phy. and MclnnlK. Z Flr«t:ba*e on called* belle-—
Off Falkenbors 3. off Plank' 3. off Honek 4.
Struck out— By 'Falkenl>«rgß. by Plank ■".. by,
Honck ;"1. • Passed 1- ball—Carisch.'-Tj First -base
on i errors—Cleveland 1. Left on 1 , bases —Cleve-
land S. Philadelphia o.'• Time of «amc —2 ; hours
and; 20 : minutes. ',;- Umpires—McGreavy and ■ Coo
-11..11.V. ;":.'.•,.',: .. .- ■. ;.'.'; ■ -.--. .'.--.
BOSTON 6. ST. LOUIS 2
ST. LOUIS. July' 10. The pitching, of'^Rube
Foster % was "too- much for',; the imme team, and
! (TRENCH republic PROPERTY)
j Natural Alkaline CD
I; Water M
i For 50 years MMsd:
the standard MSm
Mineral Water |55p~**F
for the relief of pßKi^S?j
Sour Stomach, kj^s?lfjj
Indigestion and . i^i^^^ l
Uric Acid. gjSjjSp
skvo urx
PHYSICIAN **11l Bottled at I
r . fjar ° the Springs W
Standing of Clubs -
in Various Leagues
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club— W L Pet! Club— W L Pet
?hiiade!pha 65 20 739 Boston ~... 38 36 514
Cleveland... 49 30 620 Detroit .. '. 32 61 388
Washington 63 36 544 St. Louis. ~. 32 52 381
Chicago ... 43 37 533<Ne«v York.. . 22 .52 297
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club— W: L Pet ; Club— W L Pet
New York. 49 24 671 Pitttburg. .. 37 38 493
?.-.i!adeipha 41 29 586 805t0n...... 33 41 446
Chicago.../ 41 36 St. Louis ... 31 46 408
Brooklyn... 35 36 423 Cincinnati. . 30 48 385
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Club—£. W L Pet! Club— W L Pet
! Vancouver..' 49 33 5S8 t Victoria . 41 44 482
Seattle...;. 51 35 £93 Tacoma :... 38 49 437
Portland. . . 43 35 551 Spokane. . ; . 28 54 341
CALIFORNIA LEAGUE
Ch'b— . W t. Pet Club— W I. Pet
. Stockton... 3S 24 6CC San Jose.... 2S 38 441
I Fresno . 32 29 525 Watsonville. 25 35 417
} Ho* ton nfH', won from St. LouU. score 0 to -.
B*or»:
I -■■■Boston Al! !'. II PA| Si I.oni- AR R H I' A
i riooper.rr. l , 2 l: l Bhottoe.cf.. 8 0 <• 11
! yerkps.2b.. 4 0 112 Kriof.tb... -' 1 011 0j
I Bppakp"r.ff r, 2 :'. 2 (I I'ratt.2b. .. -» 0 0 2 4
I I.ewlsc.lf...' 4 o ! 1 (ihVilliains.rf •'» 11 "-• o
j <Jardnpr.3t> .*? <> o ~1 llJohnston.lf. 4 0 0 2 0
Knßie.lli.. 4 0 0 ii a Austin,:ib.: 4 0 I 1 2
\\'agnrr,*a. I 2 ■ ■_• ' •_• ljLaTan,s.«..'. ; : O* 0 3 4
Thom*«,c.'. .TOos 1 Airnew.c.. ■' 0 0 42
Koster.p. .•■ -J 0 2 0 3JRmerdnr.p. •'! 0 0 11
_ Oompton... 1 0 " 0 (»
Total. ....'!;; 6 11 27 8 ~-r— , —
f T0ta1....30 - 227 14
Compton bßiif.; for I.uviiu in ninth.
scor.n HV innings •'•"
Boston ........... .2 0 11 00 21 0 1 -1;
m. l>oiiis... ..oo 0 0 (i v 11 vO 2—2
SIMM AMY
!' Error* -Gardner. .Ti'nsrncr. . Lartß. Apnew,
I Bannieardnpr. Two base hits —Speaker (21, Wag
; ncr „ r.'i. Three base hit—Williams. Sacrifice
1 hits—Yerkp.< TliomaK." Hooper. Double play— :
; Ague w to I.a van. Left on bases—St. •Louis 5,
i Iloston (J. Fii--i base en called balls —Off Foster
i 3.1 '..T Baßß>KardiM>r 3. Hit by pitched ball
itri.T 1.-, Foster. Struck out—By .Foster T. by
BiiiiinjriiriliH r 3.,: Parsed ballAgnew. Time of
Kame—<-l- hoar 4 and .43 minutes. Umpires— Egan
and Dim Ml, >■ . ~ ,-,*
'; ; :•■ ■-.'■■., -—". *' . —■— " '■ . ■ ;_,',
Y. M. C. A. BALL PRACTICE
OAKLAND. July 10. Arriv.< baseball practice
■ wit) be resnnird by the Oakland V. M. ■. C. A.
Saturday, - *rli«i the player* will be put through
their lui.f- .t! Froemen'n'park."' "The asuoclaHon
li«s obtained a leas- ■ m the park and will work
out; on <>~• tie!'! regularly. Scv.'n tonms li.iv.>
li-en formed, of the DO,»WO, ISO end 130 pound
dlTtaiooa, - together with the ,; seniors, unlimited
liovK ami police team. 'U'iUi the beginning of
school-leagues will be started in each division
and,practice games will b« held until that time.
I SOUTHERN CAL. LEAGUE |
San Dlojro 7. Shu Rprnartllno 2.
Santa Batten 11, Loag Beach 0.
wife'- $ 41Ik> "X; 1
'•ILwOT &$ I tJ? ; H^^^^wll^ffl
of Ar Vibon-al|f|| • m
: —en an unordinary vacation on ffiflMl \w
the brink of the "Titan of Chasms, ,, **«Ms«r M*
7000 feet above sea level —Excel lent . i *""**W.|js!**^
accommodations at.Hotel El Tovar and Bright Pullman
Angol Camp. The new Hermit Creek Trail is : Sleeper to tke
D i rim —
a wonder. : '—jm_
Santa Fe City Offices i^^^KiSk
San Francisco 673 Market Street. Phone Kcarny 315 fi^Hlivls^f
Oakland 1218 'Broadway. Phone . Lakeside 425 WV- "Js. jß •'
aw»sv-:-;.---.-."'---"-av-.--'O'-■■■■■:■■-■..': -■-■■ -..■ ■■-■ - . .■.■.-■■--; .-'-■' .' ■:■•=■■;■.,■ >%iiijglgrtffr i
I CALIFORNIA LEAGUE
FRESNO. July 10.—The boy* from Watson
vl He were full of hits in the last two innings of
the gam« this afternoon and they landed on
Pitcher I Hewitt for , runs enough to carry them
through when if looked as though th«» home team
had the game : sewed up. Shortstop Fahey of :
Fresno made four errors, which were Tery, costly.
Score:
WtsVlle. AB RIIP Ai Fresno. AH R H P A
Esola.ss... 5 11 13 Pierce, rf., 2 1 0 3 0
Illstnn.if. 4 1 0 l (l'Saw.ver,3b.. 3 2,1:2 1:;
Held, cf... ." I •_' 3 0 Fahey.ss.. 4 0 0 4 3
Eag1e.3b...4 I O J 4 Meusel.lf. . 4 O 1 10
Dvreanx.lb 3 0; 012 0 Bender.cf. .40 l i »
Stndrdpp.p 3 .-0 1 0 0 Smith. lb.. 2 115 <»
Wlllms,lf. ; a 0 0 10 Wheeler. Ib. 2 0 0 2]
Chrhtsn,2b4 1 -2 1 ejrivnger.2b. 3 0 0 14
Kubn, c... 4 12 6. 1 Hoffman.c.. 3-0 0 8 l •
___ -— Hewitt.p... 2 0 10 4
T0ta1....35 68 27 ——
f Total 20 4 627 14
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
WatsonTille ....... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2—6
Baeehits ........0 0 2 10 0 0 3 2—l
Freano ....10 2 10 0 0 0 o—4
1 Basehits ........1 0 1 10 0 11 0—
SUMMARY
Errors—Fahpy (4>.: Williams. Two base lilt*
Metnel, ' Wheeler, Hewitt,- Bender.; Reid.•: Eagle,
Chrlstensen. Knhn. First base on called balls—
Off Standridge 5, off Hewitt 2. Left on be sen— ;
WatsonTille 15,' Fresno 4. •. Struck out —By
Standrldge 4, by Hewitt 7. Double .plays—
Clevenger to Fahey to Hoffman to Sawyer. Bit
by pitched ball —Devereaux. .: Time of game—
2 hours and |5j minutes. Umpire—Knell. ,
;/ . , SAN JOSE 8, STOCKTON 3
STOCKTON, July 10.—The San Joe* „ team'
showed a reversal of form this afternoon m th»
second game of the series with the locals," and
gained a handy I victory. They - started In after
tidmbndson - right off the reel and pounded hip
vara throughout, and the result never vriut iv
Conbt. Score:-- ..
1, Jose AB R H PA] Stocktn AB RH P A
Abbott.rf.. 5 111 o,'Schmldt.rf. 5 I I 10-
Najrle.lb.. 5 2 210 0 Wllhoit.lf. 4 0 3 2 0
Smitb.cf.. 2 1 2 0 O'MeClelld.3b 5 o 1 a 0
I Banhead.cf-2 1 0 0 l|Boeckel,2b. 4 0 12 4
Harper.lf.. 5)1 2 2 o|Butler,s»... 4 0 13 4
J.ynn,c 4 0 18 0 Thomas,lb. 1 0 0 10
Reeder.2b. 5 1 1 2 4 Simpson,lb. 3 0 0 7 0
Harmth.ss 5 0 14 > 3 Andrada.cf. 3 1 0 10,
Pierce,3b.. 4 0 2 0 OAgnew.c... 4 0 0 7 O
X'ope.p.... 110 2Edmnden,p 3.1,2.03.
T0ta1....42 813 27 10] Total 35 3 927 11
-■ V- : . I
SCORE BY INKINGS
San J05e...........0 13 10 1 0 2 0—
Stockton ......0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 o—3-
SUMMARY
Errors—Harper. McClelland (2), Thomas,
Simpson -(2) - Edmondson. Three base hit — ;
Schmidt. Two base hits —Abbott, Edmondson.
Lynn, McClelland. Sacrifice. —Najjle. ; Stolen
bases—Harper. ■ Lynn. Reeder, - Edmpndson. First
base on ; called bells—Off Pope 2. ' Struck out— '
By Edmondson. 5. :by Pope 7. Left* on base* —
!?tockton 0, San Jose 10. - First base on errors—■
I Stocktoa 1. San Jose "S.: Hit by pitched ball—
Boeckel. :. LynU, WilUolt. Pierce, Edmondson.
Time of game—l hour and 59 minutes. Umpire—■'
Cheshire.
DAVIS TO WALLA WALLA
AUBURN. N.Y., July 10.—The National As
sociation of Professional Baseball clubs today
awarded the services of Robert Davis to Walla
Walla; Wash. ■ :
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