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SEALS FINALLY TRAP DANGEROUS WOLVES
GLORIOUSVICTORY
LARGELY DUE TO
DOCTOR THOMAS
Visitors Fight Hard, Real
izing That to Win Meant
for Them Ticket to
Third Berth
The Wolvep* winning streak was
rhrcked decisively yesterday by the
Seals in the sixth frame, when they
pullprl off .1 clean batting rally that
annexed them four runs and a victory.
Up to that time the locale were play-
Ing from behind, and it looked mighty
tough for them, as the Wolves had a
run to the good, they were playing
smooth baseball and Ralph Btrond was
delivering a mighty fine line of bend
ers.
Stroud weakened in the sixth, and
1 lie Seals opened up their guns. which
brought about Ralph'! retirement.
Munsel! succeeded troud, and he
finished the game, but failed to cave
tlic situation. The Onieh was *> to*2:
T)r. Forreet Thomas, who seldom
pitches on ihe local lot, was asked to
throw the hooks into the flying Wolves,
end he performed ac requested. .The
medical man went along in his usual
methodical fashion and pitched a con-
Kistrnt article of ball, apparently im
proving as the game progressed. [it
the flrnt half of the fracas he was
touched up for occasional hits, but he
I'ept them fairly well scattered.
.\nor\n Till. \\OHI,H ,
In the openlnsr round, after two were
down, Moras flayed one of Thomas*
offerings to a spot In back of the right
field fence which entitled him to a. trip
around the bags. The only other
run accumulated off the local fiinger
came along In the third frame, •when
two safe belts gave the Wolves'.-.,' a ,
lount. t-.'«.v-
Both teams played fast ball in the
field. Charles, at second, played an ex- !
<ellent game, handling eight chances
without a ■lip, and he was very ag
sressive on the paths, nailing two
bases. Thomas helped himself in win
ning the game, as his hit to the j
right field fence in the sixth scored
two runs.
The Wolves tried hard to annex the
aame, as a victory meant that they
would be stepping into third place.
They looked to have ■ fine chance of
gaining the honors until Stroud blew j
up la the sixth.
In the opening frame Young lifted
i" Corhan, Lewis was pegged out by
Charles and Moras came along with a
hot drive which cleared the right field
IVnce for a homer. Van Buren fol
lowed with a double to center, but
Tennant was nailed on a grounder to
MeArdle.
SEALS Til-: it IP
The Seals tied it up in the second •
frame on a couple of safe bangs. Me- ;
Ardle was safe on a hit to X eft worthy J
«nd moved to second on an error of
the Sac's second eacker. Corhan lifted
to Moran and Cartwright was slipped
a. pass. Schmidt secured a clear drive j
to left and McArdle scampered home.
Thomas forced Schmidt at second. ,t.
The Wolves lost no time In going
into the lead again. In the third frame
they sampled Thomas' offerings for a
pair of safe drives, which gave them
a count. Th« inning opened with
Stroud being retired on strikes. Young
followed with a two base hit to right
and L/owig was safe on a. Cincinnati
liit. Corhan trying to get Young at
third. Moran lifted a long- fly to John- j
Fton and Young Just beat a great throw j
to the plate by a. nod. Van Buren Was i
retired on a grounder to Corhan.
THE BIG i\M\(;
The sixth was the big inning for j
the Seals, as they got to Stroud good
and hard. Johnston grounded out to :
Tennant, then Hogan followed with a!
.slashing double to center. McArdle j
followed with a hit to the same spot i
for one base, advancing Hogan to third, j
Corhan cracked out a clean single to
left, scoring Hogan. Cartwrignt fol
lowed with a healthy double along the !
first base line, scoring McArdle. Mun
sell replaced Strovid on the hill. '
Schmidt was retired on a fly to center.
Then Thomas advanced to the rubber.
After taking two unsuccessful swipes I
he finally landed on one of Munsell's
choice benders, and transported it to
the right Held fence, scoring Corhan
3 lid Cartwright.
The Seals scored one in the seventh.
Charles walked and stole and moved
to third on a wild pitch and scored
on Johnston's fly to Van Buren in right
field. This ended the scoring. The '■
B IUEXTO
AB. B. BH. PO. A. F. i
.41222 ii i
i>>Tvis. 1. f . . 4 <i 2 s 0 0 j
Moran. p. t :s 112 0 0.
Van Bereo, r. f 4 O i o 0 0 j
Kemcortby 2b '...4 0 • 9 4 11
Hallinan. 3b 4 o 3 0 10 i
Tennant. Ib 4 0 0 "10 1 Oi
Kliys, c 2 0 (i I 2 0
Ftrond. )> '_' 0 0 O ] o
Mun«ell, p.. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Wolverton 1 0 0 0 0 0
Total ....:..... :..&} 2 ( it'll 1
Volverton batted for Ellse in ninth.
SAN FRANCISCO
AB. R. BH. PO. A. B.
Mundorff. r. f... 4 0 0 a 0 i
Iharles, 2b.. .....2 1 0 r , . 5:0
Johnston, c.. f 20 0 3 0,0
Hopan 1. f.. 4 1 '_• 2 0 0
McArdle, 1b....' 4 i 2 10 0. "": 0
Inrhn. 5«............... 4 1 12 " • 0
Cartwripnt. ft) 3, 1 ] 0, 14
Priimldt c ..4 0 14 0 0
Toomas, p.. ....?, 0 1 0 0 0
Total .......30 6 8 27 11 2
RLKS AM) HITS BY IKiriMGfl
S»rr»mPl)to I 0 1 0 0 00 0 o—2
Basehlts 2 0 2 12 1 0 0 2—9
Kan Francisco ..0 10 0 0 4 10 —6
Baseblte ........0 2 10 0 5 (I 0 x—B
SUMMARY
Three runs and 7 hits off Stroud:' txkon out
5n sixth, two down, one out; charge defeat to
fitroud. Home run—Moran. . Sacrifice - fly- -
Moran. Johnston. Two l,:i-c him Van Biiren. ,
Ycuns. Hopan. • irtwrifht. Stolen bases—Halll
lian. Cbarlp* (L'l. First base on called balls—Off
Strond 2. off Munsell 1; Srmck out -Br Br rood
•2. by Thomas 3. by Mtn<'i: 2. Hit by j.lu-lipr—
Charles by Strond. ■:!»;•■ plays—Corhnn •to
Charle* to Schmidt: Corhan to MrArdlr. Passed
balls —Bliss, Lefr on bases—Sacramento 8. 5 . iSan
Francisco 5. Wild pitches— Mil),ell. " Earned
rues—San Francisco . or Stromi, 2 off ICemtctl:
Bacramento 2. Time of game— I . hour and (0
minutes. Umpire*— I'inl" , and Finn".i. ■" :
-» . , : __♦-■
I DIAMOND SPARKLETS /| i
.» ,—«.
The Oak« are. now bony slpiiinc new-mon/ !
Yesterday W!'it*-y llc»11n« of tlie San Diego <-\i;)\ !
*««•.purchased for $1,i.'00. - fie is a shortstop
«nd 1h said to be .1 very fa«t man. ii. .'will
join the team Immediately. » -
Schmidt is petting, to be somewhat of ■ crab.
In the third Youni; scored .on : Moran'e saeriflce j
fly to Johnston. ' The latter made -a : beantlfnl , j
)i»C. but Schmidt failed to touch thi» runner. H« '
hollered at the umpire and .Howard later t'>i.k
«p tlif argument. - , The play was easily seen
from the press box.
• "'.':< •'•",-. *'■ •'' * ■ " ■
Ilogan and--McArdle did the hit tin; for, the
Seals yesterday, both'ot them getting two hits
ea?h. ' t '■
UaHinan'twnred t!ir>-»- bit* for tue.'VirolTe*. •
IOWA WOMAN TENNIS CHAMPION
!'h.s MOIXES. July: 11.—Mis* Jennie* Jones. of j
SiofflC City, won tht; women'K MHti> golf charoolon-, !
►bin ljere'today.when'sbe beat Mrs. \V. !■'. Moore j
of uiT(i>'uil club. lies Moines, ,BUy ami 0 J
to X". ' • ■
Standing of Clubs
in Coast League
« 1 '.' ' ' - V »
•- ;•':*-:>,] "> ,J f'•*:'■ ~W. ■ 1.. Pet.
1 «>• Ugrlrn ...{!» 44 ,/ ". »«l
Portland .. . ~.. .. 47 44 * me
Han FrencUco..... .TJ ll» RIB
Sacramento -.!..... 45;. 45 - : boo
%>n Ice .. i..'.;..... 4e 531 406
Oakland ....;..... '45 S3 " 450
RESULTS OF MIM
"ian I 'mnWiii'u «l. Sacramento "J.
Oakland 7, I.oa Angelva 3.
Portland 7, Venlcr 5.
GAMES TODAY
Sacrnmrntn at San; Franclifo.
Oakland at !.<»■ \riK«>leii. *
Venice, at . Portland. ' '
PORTLAND TAKES
THIRD STRAIGHT
Wins in a Contest Featured
by Rank Errors at
Outset
PORTLAND. Ore.. July 11.—Portland
took the third straight game of the
•fries today, 7 to 6,: In a contest fea
tured by errors by the locals at the
start.
Venice scored two rUM in the first
Inning on one lilt and four errors,, of
which McCormiclc, subbing at third for
Lindsay, made three.
Portland came right back, however,
and scored three runs In Its half, get
ting , five hits off Koestner. who was re
tired In favor of llarkness.
In the seventh Harkncss gave ,way,
to Xieleon. a pinch hitter,' who drove
into right and scored two.
Higginbotham retired in favor of
' Krause,. off whom one-run was made.
Score:
\"KM<
AH. K. BH. I , '". a;;e."
Carlisle. If 4 1 I <> 10
Kane. tr. ' .....4 113 ■• »
Bayle**. r. f. * • 1 it 0 0
Brakbear. 2b. 4 0 <> 3 1 0
H,yip. »a 4 0 1 I. « 0
Lit*chl. .''.b ...: ...3" 112 1 1
MrDoonell. 11. ... V.; 4 117 11 ■ .'0
Elliott, c. ;... 4 0 13 10
Kr-K'<«tniT. p.... 0 0 0 I 0 0
Harkn»ss. p. ....2 I • 0 0 0
Meloan 1 1 1 0 0 0
Feriroeeo. p....... ; o 0 0 0- l 0
O'Ronrke 1 0 0 0 0; 0
T0ta1............ 31 I 8 24 11 1
Mcloan batted for Harkncss in the seventh.' "
; O'Umirke batted for Ferguson in the ninth. .
PORTLAND V
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Chadbourne. c. f . .... .....4 12 10 0
Doane. r. f ..... 8 2 1 2,1 0
Rodeers. 2b. ............ 4 I 3 4 I 0
MpCormlck, 3b. .......... I 1 10 I I
Kores, am .............\.: 4- 0 0.0 2 0
Spea«. 3 b ............... 4 1 1 14 0 0
I>ol.er. 1. f. .„........... 3.0 2 1 00
IlijErßlnWtham. p .3 0 1 9 1 '
Krause, p. \ ........... 10 0 0 O 0
Berry, c." ....* I 13 •Vβ
"Total. ....I .83 7 13 27 ,16 -1
RUNS AND HITS BY," INNINGS •■,..
rente* ..*.......■; 2 5 0 .0 0 0: 0 3' 0-0-- 5
ft*Thitl ...I 0 110 0 4 1 o—B
Tortlautl ......... B. 0 0,00 1 1.0- x— 7
Ba?ehit« :..... 5,1 B 0 If •'"• '-' • i— 1-
SUMMARY.
'■■' Struck «at— :Harkne«f» 1. by HigEinbotham
2. by Ferpusoji 1. by Kransp 2. Tirst base, on
called- ha!!"— Off K<>estn»r 1. off Harknese 2. off
Hlsfrinbothani 2. Two base hits—Carlisle. Kane.
Chsdbourn«\ Rodger*. McCormlck. I/ob*T. Three
base hit--Doaae. Poiibl<> play«—nosp to Brash
ear: McCormirk to RoOgere to Si>' % ai; BoH to
Breshear to McDowell Sacrifice bit —Bayless.
Stolen' base* —Kores. Higfrinborham. Parsed ball
—Elliott. Charge defeat to Kocstner, Tictory to
Hlgs'nbotham. : Inning , !" pitched— By Koetttner
*4, runs A. hits l : Ilarkness 5%.- rasa 2, hits 5;
Hißßinbotham 6 1 *.' nin« 4. hits G. Time of game
-1 hour ami 45 minutes. Umpires—Held and
McCarthy. - ,
'- , >-; — • ■
Premier Rowing Event of
North Pacific Coast
VANCOUVER, B. C...-July. 11—With
crews from Victoria. Nelson. Portland
and other cities, including the local
crew, the X. P. A. A. O. , regatta, the
premier rowing event of the . north
Pacific, eoaet. will be opened at Indian
River tills afternoon.
A large number of Vancouver en
thusiasts are making the trip to the
famous pleasure resort, which is 17
miles north of this city.
Today's programme includes the fol
lowing:
Junior singles, one and a half miles,
straightaway, six and a half miles.
Junior fours, one and a half miles
straightaway, four entries.
Junior doubles and .intermediate sin
gles, one and a half miles, straight
away, four and two entries, respect
ively.
The intermediate doubles consists of
three entries. /,.
The annual meeting of the North
Pacific association of amateur oarsmen
will be held this evening at Indian
River, when officers, will be elected^ and
the course for the 1914 regatta will
be selected.
Auto Reliability Run to
Glacier Park
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. .July 11.—In
a heavy downpour; of rain today 2S
cars left here shortly before ,9; o'clock
in? the American Automobile associa
tion's reliability run to Glacier park.
The distance is 1,300 miles and is to be
made in nine days.
The first car ;to leave was . the pilot,
followed 18 minutes later by the pace
maker, occupied by the committee- In
charge. :
The first car in the lifit of entrants
was driven by L. \V. Hill of the Great
Northern railway, ..
: A fully equipped - hotel railway train
is, the ■ feature of the tour. The train
is preceding the line of * automobiles
and will make stops at noon for din
ner and at night will be the home of
the tourists.
;'•; One car of the train contains a com
plete newspaper plant, from which a
newspaper will be issued each even- ,
ing during the trip. ■■' >;,;
? Half a dozen newspaper men are in
cluded? in the-party. f« ■ - ■--. '{>\;\
j AMERICAN ASSOCIATION)
♦ ■ ; ; "' ;■ ■■■" '■♦
Si. I'auT 1. Milwaukee 8. "
_—•
VAXLEJO'S LATEST FIND .
', YAU.KJO. .Inly .11.—Manager George Grey of
the- Vnli»jo baseball ; team a has; just . discovered
another, crock j player ,' In % the navy • and % will ; pre
sent him to the fane next Sunday, when the local
teem meet* , - the Barney Krankels of ? San Fran
cisco." Tin* -, new man- Jβ", WettlnjcaU, a crack
shortstop from the receiving.ship CleTeland, 1 ..wh0 ;
has been ■ creating. a teaMtiea by hi*i great ,-play
in;: at the navy yard.) , . - v *

TROTT ' AND KETCHEIX MATCHED
'CHICAGO,:" July" 11. -Sammy Trott of .Colum
bus, r 9.'.' was matched • today, to fight St*T* Ketch-*
ell: in Winnipeg. : Man.7; August Iβ..The flftlu I* ; to
be '12 rounds," Hip men, to s weigh 1.03 pounds *at 13
o'clock.'*, iAu •' effort < will; ; be .<* made 5. to Sarrange
a match between"- the winner, and Ad Wolgast.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JULY 12,' 1913.
LEAVITT SMILES
AT OAKLAND'S WIN
IN LOS ANGELES
Transbay Sluggers Come
Out of Their Trance and
Hammer Poll Perritt
Real Hard
(Special Dlapatch to Tbe Call),
IiOS; ANOET.E3, July'", 11.—A smile
•lit Frank..l>avltt'e ample countenance
from ear to ear. Hen Berry's chin hung
down like a wet awning,, and President
, Raiim diplomatically admitted that v It
in a great race. This Is merely by way j
of breaking the nova gently. ;
Oakland won by the scandalous *cbre
of 7 to 3, thereby making It two In o
row. The Oaks , came out ..' of their
trance and climbed i Poll Perrltt'e man- v
ly frame in the. third, 'and, as they had
previously "touched him up for .two',
in the second- the result' was never bp- ,
rloualy In doubt after the third In
ning outburst.' ~. . .
PER ITT IK A HAU "; .
During the two liming!* that Oak- |
land made its killings Verritt. igener-j
ally one of our most reliable function- j
aries, had naught save a hope In future
life, and thatidldn't seem to. get him
anything, He settled down «wh*e
quently, or. to be more ..specific In the
fourth, and;after that the Oaks were,
not allowed a smell. ■ • ..
• ,Charles;Prultt, a citizen of Now Bed
ford, and som« of whose relatives are
believed. to have made the trip in the
Mayflower, was placed on the mound
by Mltze. ' He' impressed his pitching
personality on 'those present ,by hold
' Ing the Angels to four hits in seven
Innings. He was ousted by Ifitse in
.the,; eighth after Moore and -, Maggart
had mauled him for singles, as ' Ifltse
didn't care to do any flirting with fate.
OAKS PM < X POM.
, V Oakland] began slaughtering Poll in
the* second. Zai her shouldered one
that grazed*Metzger and .tdok.Johnson
hack into short center. 'Gardner ill
speared when Moor» muffed; Howard's
throw on Gardner's "drive. Guest Ailed
the bases' with a tantalizing fly that
descended in short left.' Rohrer cut
the ball between Metzger and Johnson,
both missing it 'by not more, than a
finger's length, Zacher and Gardner
piled In on the wallop. Pruitt fanned
and Iveard fouled to Moore, leaving the
other strays stranded. ••
It was In the third that the real
reign of , terror took -place. <■ Every
body on the Oakland team batted in
' this horrific' session. Hetling walked
ami being the first , man up, it was con-'
elusive proof -: that Poll couldn't get It
over. Schlrm shot toward left. John
son swung on the ball with his right,
i brought it to earth and '-i kicked It to
j the bleachers. August ambled ;to third, ;
I and Sehirm got clear around -: to sec
! ond., Coy smacked one , down to ? John-j
son. Schirni started for third with the i
crack of the bat and i there was no i re
treat for him. Hetling Insisted on hold
ing on to third and Johnson, having ,
'Schirm '} at "ills mercy, crowded him
! down to - the hot 'Tcorner.;' and tagged
him out. Coy circulated along to 1 sec
ond while this was taking place. Zach
er then belted the ; ball well over the
educated dome of Magrgart. It was an
ideal \ three bagger, and dumped .Het
ling 'and Coy * over the > plate. At : this
point there was no restraining, Jack
Cook's joy. - ''Hell-u-p, send .for -the
wrecking * crew," - screamed -~ Jack in
Henry Berry's shell: like ear. "The
cafferiterla has collepsed.' , "Yea, 80.
but we still have the free lunch with
us,'. , came - back In . clarion tones.; Im
agine the rest by this score: ; . /
OAKLAND
: , An. R. BH. Vn. x. F-.
Leard 2b......... ... 5 0 ft 4 .Til
Hetling, 3b......... 4 1 1 I i; 01
Schirm, 1.f.............. 4. 0 J 1 0 0
Coy. r.f.. 4 1 1 0:0 0
Zarh«>r c. f 4 9 2 3 00
Gardner.; 1b..;....:..... 4 2 1 II 0 1 !
finest, ss.. 4 13 2 8 0]
Robrer, :<• ... '.. ........... 4 0 .". . 3 '1 ,0 i
Prnltt. p.. .......... 2 0 0 0 i ;0
Pf-rnoll, p................ 1 0 •' 0 0- 0
Total ...:.... .....Sβ 7 IS 27' U 2!
LOS ANGELES /
AH. R. HIT. vo. a. i: .!
Howard,- , 2b.'.'..'..'.......; 4 1 0 4 6,0
Metztrer.-.";b....... ..4 0 1 " t'Vfl
Moor**. 1b,..V...... 4 0 i i:i 0 1
Massart. c. :f.. :'. 2 - <• l f>
Kills. 1f;........ 3 0-1 2 0 -O.
Rrogvr. r. - f............ 4 o 0 i 0- 0
Johnson, u5.;............ 4 0 A■■ 1'"• 4!- 0
Byrnes, r 4 0 0.33. 1
Perritt, p................ - 0 ii 0 3 0
Wot I'll - 1 O (i - l> 0 0 i
Crabbe. .p........... . 0 0 (» 0 i o
Page ..... . ... 1 0 0 0 ,00
Total ..Y. M I 6 27 4»' : 2
Wotell batted for I'erritt in neTenth inning.
Pag? batted for Crabbe In ninth inning. I
'."RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS,
Oakland ■ •.:.'...".... 'i '■ 1 .". 0 (i 0 0 0 0— 7
Baßehlts 0 •'• 5 112 l 0 0—
Lo*;Anz«>leß..;;.v.osl i i 0 0 o 0 0—" 3
lißschlts .......0 1 1 2 ii 0 0 2 0—
SUMMAItY
Thirteen hits and 7 runs off Perritt In 7 in
ing-: <C hits m<l 3 rw nff I'niitt in 7 I-.! In
nings. Charge defeat, to I'rrritt. credit victory
to I'rultt. Three base- hits—Maggart. Zuelier.'
Two base hit —Sehirm. Sacrifice hit—Pruitt.
Stolen :• bane— Magcurt. Firm base 'on called
ball*—Off i Pruitt 2. off Periltt 1. Struck out--
Br Pniltt 2, by Perrltt 1. by Crabbe 1. Double
play— to Leard to Gardner.' Time of game
— 1 hour and' 50 .minutes.•■■: Umpires—Bueh • and
Abbott. ... ■■ :: "
Rusie Swiftest Pitcher
Says Peitz
« Ileinie Pietz. who managed L«ouisville
several, seasons J ago. says that 'Amos
Rusie, i the old I Giant 1 star, had It ron
Johnson In the matter of • cannon ball
delivery. 'Heinle admits that Johnson
can:•■' get 'em •} over the plate .: without
•wasting much time about 'i it. but he
thinks; Rusle had him' beat at that. And
Heinle goes on to tell: one about when
he ■ was ; catching * Rusie in I.Uduiaville'
some ; years ago and the ' infield support
had - been ; wobbly.- • Peltz and i Rusie got
together for a little chat in the pitch
er's box and Rusle said he ; was i going
to put 'em over jas |. fast as he i could
and , ; would Heinie please hold on to
them—that's all. The result-was : that :
three men went out in succession on
called strikes because ;" they simply
couldn't see the ball at all. 'Heinle* al
lowed ", that Johnson could have a won
derful bunch :of speed, but he doubted
if any one was ever in the same class
with Rusie. s / ~'" ;■';,■■.--
I SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Atlanta Mobile r.."'--. , •',
Nashville 'l.\ New. Orleans I.
Birmingham 1, Memphis 4..
WESTERN ; LEAGUE
St. Joseph 1. Wichita 4. ; . ;. ,' . , .
«>-DesiMoinee 7. Topeka 7. ; ,
? Sioux City 6. Denver. 0. r
UNION ASSOCIATION
-•-—■■'■ ■■ "1"""-' '*■'—-"■•"■''" *■'—■■■ : "~ ■'''"* ' ••'
Isntte'7.<:OgdenH. ;
Salt Lake US, ■-■ Wissoula.3.
Great Falls «i. Helena 4.
SOUTHERN CAL. LEAGUE
■ Santa Barbara 0. liJtijf (Beach! c.
San Diego 6, San Bernardino 9.
Standing of Clubs
in Various Leagues
: ■'.*-r AMERICAN I LEAGUE v.;:.;/ ; ,
■: dub— ;;: . ■W-; L - Petl '< ■■ Olnb--' v , ;-: ■ lW.■■ L"' Pot
PMltdelph* 50 80 787|80it0a...... 37 507
•Ol*T.l*nd.;., 49 81 619 St.* Louii.... 33 .18 8«S
Wathlnfton 4486 550 Detroit i.r.T; 3289, 881
Chicjo . :. T; 43 : M Ml K*w York... 83 58 807
NATIONAL LEAGUE.^'-J.
Club— , '. - : W-" L Pct| Club— :: ;-W.-t". Pet
New York.'. 60 84" 676 Brooklyn. ..;85 17 «*e
Phil*4*lph* 41 80 577 805t0n.:...,. IS « 44€
Chlo*iro.... 41 37 52« St. Louii ... 88 45,418
Pittiburf. ;. 88 81 600 Cincinnati.. 81.48 B*2
NORTHWESTERN V LEAGUE
. Club— . W L Pet Club— W L Pet
Vancouver.. 49 86 Victoria. .. 48 44 488
Seattle..... 51 86 656 Taeoma ... 89 49 4*?
Portland... 48,86 644 1 Spokane ... SO 64 861 j
CALIFORNIA LEAGUE
Club— • ■'. w": L ' Pct 1 * Club— ;." V*' W, V Pet
! Btockt.n ..87 »4 607.San Jo»* .. Sβ 84 483
! Freino .. 88 SO SierWattor.Tille. 86 36 426
NORTHWEST LEAGUE J
■ ! TAOOMA. Jul.r 'l2.~T«e)>nie/';,awl Portland
pla.rM 'scrip* tir>nal' ball today, tli* <Kirn* ■ Kolns ■to
the Tiiriirejn the rlrYMifh Innlnjc by a ocori" of; 3 j
to 2. Score:, ;" : ; "-',V.T'*^-?"->. : ■ %'■ ~ ij '-iT;
Tortlnd AB !.H'"l , 'AiT*.T»pomi 'AB X H >:>?
; Btncrofi.si .*» ,1 •1 4- (TFirM.ef. .." 5"0 U-4 ;o
M*hon»y,rf 4 0 1 2 0 Harblr»olti:M"R* ; o' i 2"0 '1:
Ouignl.lh. t f> 2 0 O|MrMnlln,3b-4 0' 0 I■. li
Mulcblor.rf S''l 1 0 o■fnim.lf. ~. -i 1 0,4 (>
I>t»ra.!b.. 4 0" it 14 1. .NVlirhbri.rf 4 1 13 0
Mohler.Vb. '4,0 2 5 ;:'lli>Mrntti.lh 8, 0 2 VZ 0
Mnrrar.r.. 4.00 7 '2|Kell»r.2b;.. 6 0 1 2, <t
C01tr1n.3b.,4-.O I <t 2,Harrl»,c 2004 1
Callanau.p 4' 0 • o', 0- ; .'. Orlmlfll.c. 2:1 0 2 1
.i•„ > \\>i- —~_ '-. ~ McQiuntr. p.V;fl,l 1 4
Tota 1 :'i?.ZH '■ 2* 8 312 19 ; "V;'.> 't': *— — ■ —|
i T0ta1.... 3 083 14
Tito out .when winning run wai scored.
SCORRBV" INNINGS
Pnrtlanii ....rt o 0 ft 0 0 1 0 ft ft I—2
Tacotna/.. ./.0: 0. o 0 :0 .0,. OV 0 10 J—t
9IM\rARV
I Error*—Bancroft.'"' Coltrln, ('(illalmii. Poiible
play - Flerrte to K«>11«t. Two ban* hit*— Molrlcr
man. Oulgnl, M»lrlilor. Mohler. • HirtP. bae»> lilt—•
HoMerman. - Struck out—ltjr Callahun! ft. br <Mr-
ainnitj- 4: Klrnt base on called balls— C«l!»
--'ban 4. ..'Wild pitch—McGlnijlt.T.T.Time'of game—
1 hour and 4!\ minute*. - I'miilrc —Toman. , "
HHHBBHStTIOTOBIA 4. SEATTLE ' 8 !
sr.ATTI.E. .Ttil» 11.—Wit* upore U«« »nj
the b3%tn full in the ftrrentli,'M»ek hit two ba»oe
nn«l won today's game for Victoria. 4 to "2.
Score: ■■ ,• .■ ■•" ....■■■:■■-.■■ ;.'-.," .'.■.■.
• H.-attlw Alt n II I , A Victoria AD «II PA
Miavr. .-. 0 1' 0 -' Madden. If.' 4 110 0
Tiirkaon. 1b ."• 'ft 2 » linawllngn.2b 3 10 4 4
Ni11.;2b... 4 0-1 1 :; Swfihi, of.. 4 0 1 4 0
I strait, If.. 4 14 o'Meek, 1b... 4 0 12 1
Cadman. <• 3 0 1 ? rf. .T 0: 1 10
I Wllaon, rf 2 i) 0 0 <> l>*>lni*n, «T. 4 n IS' 4
! Killllay. <f a 0 n 3 ft|t.amb. 3b. . 4 I 2 ; 0 ,°.
1 Kaymud.H " ;.f%O .1 TBroften. c.4 © 11 1
01pe..../. 10 10 OToner, r p... 3 1 0 0 4
riillertou. . 0 0 0 0 0' ;_ _
M.l»or. p. 4 •?■■ 1 10 0 Total .-.::.53 - 4 027 17
T0ta1....34 2 827 15 , •
»;ine battrd for llitmond in ninth inning.,"- . '
Fuller ton ran for Gipe;.ln. ninth inning.',- • .
, , •,;; SCORE BY IXNING3 "' i
5eatt1e..;......... O 0 0 0 2..0 ; 0 'ft ft—2 \
Victoria .......... 110 x O. 0 0; 2s 0 o—4 1
SUMMARY ...v
. . Error—Delmas. Two baa* hit* —Mclvor. Jack
eon. Mock (2). .Home run—Limb."- Stolen bases
—Nill. Alberta, Lamb. , : Struck ? out—Br Mdvoi
7. .by ■: Toner 1. Kiret '. base ! on called t ball*—Off
MclTor.'e, •, off Toner 2. ■■ Wild*plteh«'R- r >rclTor.
.Toner." Passed -, ball—Cadman. ? - Double? plays—
• Nill to , Raymond to Jackeoo. Time of /game—l
hour and 40 minute!", ' —Shactleford and !
Ostdielc. i -■: : - •■; .:-\ f ,'w:; '• •' ;■'. :\
- . Spokane 3. VANCOUVER 2 **, ?
VANCOUVER, B. C. * July It—Charlie
I BchmutJ!, > Vancourer's premier twirler, ..was
: knocked to all i corners ior the lot - today, by the
! once ; despised v Indians,*: {whplagaln . won •;•. their
I game "by a i»pore of '3 to -2* furore: ??i "' •
i ■ Hpokanp ABU II P Al Vancouver AB ft II P A
i n'nflli. .%. 4 0 0 0 :: HeMter. 3b.*' 4 0 1 3*-2
VHllion. If. 3 0, 2 8 O'Bennett. 2b 3 0 0> 4 4
Pappa; rf.. 4 1 0 2 O'Ktppert. cf. 4 1; 2 SO
U'njtn«>r.2b 4 12.'. 2!Fri«k.rf.... .". 0 0 0 0
Lynch, cf.. 3 1 . 3*l; 2'Walsh-, lh.. 3 0' 1 j 0-0
McCari;ib.' v 4; 0 0 ,7 • HBrljjsff.'lf." a 0 1 0 0
Fltzsrans.s 4 0 0 r> 3 PcbjmjeT,*. 4 0 0 3 2
Hannah, c. 4 0 15 . S KonhffU; c".? 2* 1 0 5 0
Coralesk.p. 4 0 0 0 liSchmute, p. ' 1 <» 0 0 3
_. jr«*wi»......10100
T0ta1....34 3;8 27 IS Doty, p.... : 0 0 0 0 0
'~" >| Total 28 2 C 27 11
' Lewi* ' batted for;Schmutz,ln eighth:, j
BOOK! BY INNINGS \.' '].'.,"'.
Spokane .......... 0 10 0 0 2 0 fl'.ivi-jj
v 11 hi .;..,..:.(> 0 0 '0 0 '1 0' 0 I—2
SUMMARY,
Errors—Fltisimmoos, Bennett. Two'baee hits—
Klppert (2).".- Wagner, Lynch (2>.' •;Three base
-Walsh. Woßnpr. - rouble play*—Bennett in
Wtluk; Lrnch -to ■ Hannah: Hester to i Welsh; ]
Lynch to Uα iinnh *to .Wagner. Stolen —Wag-
ner. ■ Flr»t base. on called balls—Off,CoTale*kle I
4. off Srbmnti r 2.' Struck out— By;CoTalpeklp;2,
by Schmutz 4. Left on basp«i—Spokane. S. Van- (
couver .",. . Time of game— l h<mr and 43 mln-
l ••«■. Umpire—Cn«ey. .■ : ' {'•
I • CALIFORNIA LEAGUE j
S FRESNO. July , 11.—WarRonrillr continued ■ its
good work . this afternoon > and took another ' easy
rirtory from . the home team .by doing J hotter,
all-around work.»' Leonard did not baTC ciioujfh
»tuff, : , tomfool ; the:- visitors iin the early "etaßpa."
Fresno:; made'»', great " bid a for victory, ' scoring
two runs ;in ' the i last -alanine.:: Score:
; Wntsvlle Ml It UFA Fr<-<n,, vABR II PA
KmtAm.wm.. 5 1 2 2' fllripree.rf... .%' 0 0 2 0
ilolntrm.rf 4 0 11 wiieoier.tb 3>lV2 , 7 0
Reid.of... 4 0 1 It o!SßWyer.3l>. 4 0 0-21
F.Mgle.rib.. 5 0 I 0 1 Fahey.ss.;. ■» 0 I " 4
Derprpx.lb 3 10 fllMeiiKel.lf. . 4 11 3 0
Stmlrpre-.lb 0 0 of 2 lOjßender.cf .. 4 0 12 1
Wlliams.lf,3 1 1 3 ,o!Clerenj{r.2b 2 0 0 1 0
Chrl»t«n.2b 3 116 ;2iHoffman.c. 4 0 1 5i2
Kuhn.c... 3 0 1 1 I'Leonard,p.. 3 0 0 05 2
Klllllay.p. 4 0" 0 1 2lDrlscoll..:; 0 1 0 0 0
T0ta1...34 4 827 X 2! T0ta1...31 3 627 10
RUNS and hits by innings ;
Watsonville :/;;...0/0 1M 01 0 10—4
Basehltsv:......l OIL 1 1 1' \. o—B
Fro-«nrv .".....".....■. 1 O 0 0 0 0"O" 0 2—3
..' Bcsehlts .V...".:.l ; 1,2 .0.0 0 0 0 2—
',". ;:SL'JIMARY . '' - . , .\ ;
Krrors— Fabey <•'■>. : f-'enyer. K«oln. Fjirnrd
rini!" — Watnonville I. Fri'Mo '2. . l*ir«t' base ;on
(filled ;ball»—Off Killilay . (1. • off Leonard' 2. I.eft
on : —Watsonrlllp ;9. > Fresno -C. ■>•■■" First base
on • errors—W*ii»ofivil|p 3.«-* Fresno :1. Two ', bane,
lilts— Esolai .William?. "Hoffmen."- nonie;.* run— :
Wheeler. -": Struck out—By KUlilay o. by Leonard
". Double play—-Eagle to Chrletennen tosDere
iTam. [ nit 'by & pitcher—Christeneen. ••■ c Stolen
banes—Fabey.'Reid.; Sacrifice , —Klllllay. Sac
rifice • hits— Holstruni,«Reid:".-;Time ' of ;. game—2
hours and 5 minutes. Umpire—Knell. ;.
' • •■;"■". STOCKTON \ 3,' SAN • JOSE 2 "
" STOCKTON, July ; It. —Stockton broke op 1 «
deadlock in th m ninth inning' of this" afternoon's
Fame by hamnierlnir '. Pitcher i Walker of I San 1 Jo*e
for;three hits,., which ,'netted the winning tally.
It 'was a ; close > game " all the way , through and
many , sensational " plays were «- polled ;by .; both
teams. Score:';; ■: ■- •;■■;}■; ■■_'■'"■■ ,'.<,
; San J ATI It II P A! Stockton A RTI P A
Abbott.rf 5 0 12 Schmidt. i> 0 ;.::• 10
Nagle lb. '■r. • 0 011 Oj WJlhol ; .5:0 24 ; 0
Smith, Cf. -Ti 1 3' 2 v 'o!McClelU.3b 4 10 '3 1
Harper. If 5 0 2 B o!Ro*ckel,2b " 4 1 OS? T,
Lynn. c.. 4 12 6 l!Butler, en. '; 41;0■. 16 2
Reader, ob ■, .">■ 0 01 1 3iThom.in.lb. 5 006 J
Harmut us i' 4' 0 0 0 . SiAndrnda.cf 3 0 0 10
Bnnlchrl.2b -402 • 3 Rlmpeon.c '5128 3
Walker.p.-' 4•o■ 10 * 2|/oneß, p.., 5 0 112
T0ta1::.39:211 30 14! " T0ta1...40 3 953 14
SCORE BY INNINGS
San f Jo** .1 0 o>o 0 :!0 *1 0/0 o—2
'Banehits .1! 0-1:2 0. 1.1 0 1 2 I—ll
Stockton ..0000020000 I—3
Basehits .0 01 0, 0 ,:iy M- 1 l> 0 3— 9
SCMMAKV
■ F.rrors — Xajjle • (91. Lynn, Harmuth (2), vßntler.;
Horn* , , run — < Smith. Three bane hits — Lynn.
Sacrifice < hits —Reader. ft Williott. i Butler.'' Stolen
baseß — Harperk(2).?. Walker. McClelland. First
bnee on cnlie.l balln—Off .Walker 2. Struck out—
»y Jonos 7; by Walker 4. Bit by pitched ball-
Schmidt. Bookel ". AnUrads. -V I>«ft on bases —
Stockton ' 14: • San Jose 5. ! First , base ion error*—
Stockton 4: 1 San Jo«e Sl. v Double plays—Her-"
muth to Bankheafl to Naeel; McClelland to
BoecUel <to Thomas. .'i. Passed sball —Lynn, f Time
of 4 came—l - hour and iSB " minutes..; Umpire—
Cheshire. —:—
♦ ~
Judge Dunne Modifies
Fight Picture Order
Judge Dunne of J the superior s court
yesterday - evening" ;\f, modified the re
straining order preventing thf moving:
pictures of ; the Rivers-Ritchie battle
being shown.,, ."-,-'* .*■."- "
'* On the 1 presentation of facts by coun
eel representing: William .}P. r Kyne.
Judge Dunne ■ allowed i the ; pictures to
be shown. :.*,.*. ~■• '%/.'.■ V .;•■: -.' il-i ~<■
'•. Kyne :wa sreijuired to deposit $2,000
and give a true statement of facts
until : the case is finally disposed J of:
The pictures were shown last night'
at : the Empire theater. Market street
near Sixth, and will be shown today
Xor the last time at this theater. t rj-"
BIG LEAGUE RESULTS
I; NATIONAL LEAGUE
PHILADELPHIA. July 11.—Plttsburg made a
clean aweep of the series'of. four] 'games here, the
'Tiiltora'wlnulhg'ilodajr>byff toil. ■ '•*Score:' ~ .
Pittii. rr AR RIIP A i rhiln. AH X H V A'j
;V10«.2b... 4 MS; 1 :2 Beeker.lf... 4 11 1 0
Carey.lf... 3 1 030 Dolan.im. .. ,4?0 10 3
Koinem.of 4; 0 2 1 0 I/ibert.ab. . 4 -:0;2;i4 21
Kutler.sn.."" 4•■ i!, 11 .«6] Pasfcert.rf. 3 o<o>6y 1, |
' J.Mlllcr.lb 5t 1 * 114 0 Cravath.rf. 4>o ; 0 I*o
Wilson.rf. 4012 0 Ma«ei>,lh;.V4 '0?2 ,620
Mr< 3b 4 0 (» 0 0 Walr.h.2b..'4. 0.0, 4, 1
Simon.c... 4 0 0 .VI Howlcy.c.-.'J 4 0 0 'T»- 0
Hendrli.p. 4 a. 2 0 0 Marshall.p. 2 '00-o*l
:<juC> ■:.-- —-_ |Rtx#y.p... 0 O 0 0 «♦
Total |..5e*7;92T 13! n.Miliar... 1 1 1 o 0 !
. ''•■ .('• Total-:..34 : 2 ".7 '.'7 8
H. Miller betted for M«r«imil In the rlghfli.
; SCORE BY INNINGS < t _
Plttuburic ;......■. 4 -Of)' 0 0 .1. 1 1 <*■ "
Philadelphia ; .V.;; 0 ;,0. v 0 0 0,101 0— 2
■",'.;■• _, ;v_; ■■'.'SUMMARY -. ; . '
■:>■ Krrora- Ctrrr, J. .Miller.'-DoUn. I.obTt. Me-.
K»«<.Y Two base' lilf«- Btcaer. R. Miller. Three
I ba*e hit*—JVtaffee,\Vlox."- ; Double, play-- W«l»ih ■to
Ktf**. on base*—Plttubure 1). PhU»<le!jtb!a
0. . Fir»t bane,? on :called ball* Off lltiulrlx 1.
off Marahall 19. ; '» First. bum , ;on i <"rrorn— Pltteborg.
-'. PhlladelnUU 1. . Struck * <>ut By i HendrU4,4, '■
■h.f,r,Marshall • ::. by •. Rlxey ;I. .': Time; of '. game- 2
( honre.'v I,'mplres—llrennnn < mid I Kason.'.r" ','::" V'
CINCINNATI 6. BROOKLYN 3 ■ •
BROOKLYN, July LI. — iMnriniml. •■.winning'
again today; by ,% to 8, '.took, all 1 four'gamp* "of ;tbe'
•erle,t;wJth'Hr«r»klyn. "i'-iffcore:'- :. . ■• '->
(Inoi'tl. AH II It PA< BralJTI. An It 1! PjA;
I»»rorr. rf r>ifO-4 »1 ;OlMoran, >-t.. .'• 0 I n<l ,
Itemlipr.' If 4M.1 • .'5 0 CiitHlmw.LMt , 4 0 » 5 I
Marsans.rf n 10 2 OIWbMt. IT.. .1 -1 <:i;10
l>orl«e. :tb. 4 m,2': 2 t'!>aubort. lb 4 1 1 « 1
HoMltrl.lh ♦ 0 2 lO.Oilluniracl. rf':i o*o .Ot'l
Tinker. M. » 1 1 - ' etaltb. Hb.."4 12 14
Groh.«2h.; 4 .1 ■ 1 4 4iKl»ihe'. M.. a i> '-" 1v -
Clark.":r:v'4M * 1 .I\o Meyer...... 0 0 0 0 0
Benton. p. 4 i> 1 "<> I!Kirkptrk.*i 0 0 0 tt;O
... , — —(MIIIT., (•....ICO 0 * o
Total ■.■."» SIS 27 12IFI»rh<«r.- ?..;.T 0 0 4<3
~ ■ • • ,- i Una;) Inf. p 1 <► 1 1 '
• ! ■>. IsiHck; , p.-.. 2 o;o;o«o
:■•. -.-} •- -. .<■>-, Phe!pe...;. 10 0 0 (I
I Tettl M I 827 13.
Mi f#r ran for Kl«h»r In eighth.
I riioJpa• batted for St«rk In .; nlnrh. , .
BCOBE BY INVIMiS
Olnclr nat 1.,....... 0 12 2 <> 0 " o I —."
rook I.tii ...0 0 0 •' 0 0 0 0. 0—
SIMMARY
i Krrors—Groh., nenton, .Wheat.. Smltb. Fl«her.
•ft on baeea—Cincinnati;7.", Brooklyn 9. Two
bate hlta— Bencher, Uoblitifll, Smitli <2). Three
haae hits— Tinker, CUrk,*l)aubrrt.''-Flrat bane on
error*— Cincinnati, l^BrooJilyni. , .; Stolen banes—•
DeTore, .Marsana ; ('.!), IlnbHtr.*')!. .Double ~p!ay— *
Tinker,to Hoblltsell. First base onTaJi'd.lialli—"'
Off Stackii;-io«f.He,Blon-.V.iStruck out- By Vlng
llng 1, by Stack t, by B»ntpa 3. , Wild pitches—
Benton (2)." "Time of game— 1 hour:and.4o ron
utes.; Umpires—Qulgle.v »nd Eni*l!e.
. ' ST. LOIJIS 6. BOSTON 4 , I
. BOSTON. July 11. Trier, the Boston .'pitcher.'.
ml , one Imil limiiift today- anvl St. I-onW won
Ihf last gam<> of the n<*ric* by 0 to 4. " Score:
> St.'l.: AH UUP A Bi»ton. AB II II V A
niißKinN.2b till BiMra?tll*.t<i. .1111
Haueer.2l). 2 0 0-32 McDnld.Sb. 3 0 0;0 : 2
Magee.lf.. Bill 'O Lont. ft. . . 20000
Oaken.cf.': 4 -..' "■ si 3 OiCouMtly.lf. »'■ i 2 2 1 0
W'hltted.3b'4-JL: 'J 2 1 Smith.lf;T. "I- 0 0 1 0
Kntchy.lb. 3 1 1 S. o Titnu.rf. ... 3 0 0 1 0
KTann.rf. . 3 "0;. 1. 1 olSww»ni\v.2b 4 10 10
Win«o.<. .; 3 0 Ort 1 Myers. Ib.;vß 0 0 0:1'
O'l*ar.T,sa 4 0 0,2 3 Ilarlden.c. . 3 119 1
IMrk. p... 2 0 0 0 1 Mann.cf.;.;2 0 0 1 0
Sallee, p.. 2 0 0 0 0 r>e*lln.3b.t il i> 0 12
' ; ':;:■■■■ —— — |Tyl»»r,!). . . . 0 1 1 4
Total.;. 33' β-s 27 111 Seymour. . ."Vl' 0 1 0 0
,■ : :- ■■ jys----i'-.::-:Z*"..-,^ ! < j Collins-..'..:0 o O 0 O
8r0wn..... 1 0 0 0 0
. . I Total 32 4627 12
Lord batted for , McDonald -In sixth. ':? , -
.Seymour hatted for Mann in sixth. ... -'. ?
■ Collins.' ran r for Seymour in , sixth. ,■; *'.■ ',?*■>
Brown batted for Tyler in : uintb. , - ; .'J
SCORE BY, INNINGS
St. - I.onia ......:. 0 0 0 0 14 0 1- O—C
Boston ........2:0 0 0 0 2-0.0 0 —
.SUMMARY
- -MarenTille. . Sweeney. 4 DeTllai" Tyler.
Two base hit—Oak's. «TUree base Ult—Rarldeo.
Home;run —Connolly. ><Stolen baaee—MaranTllle.
Hauscr. : Double;'. plnys—MaranTi!!e * and; Myers:
o'Le.ary. Hnuser and Kcnetchy. , L«ft, 011 bases—
St. '.'!• Louis " C.,- Boston 7. ■ '-'First r base on called
balls—Off/Burk 5. off Tyler 2.iv Firs- 1 base on
errors—St. ; ; Louis •1. r Hit by ipitched bail—Hug
gins.- by Tyler: Rariden, by Burk. Struck ■ out—
By Burk ■* 3.'.: by :■■< Tyler 0.. by Sallee ; .t Wild
pitch—Tyler. ; Time of ; game— '2 hours and -1
minute. - Empires—Klem , and Ortb. • :
j NEW YOaX 14. CHICAGO 4 ■ ;
' NEW. YORK.: July 11.—The New/* York* over
whelmed their old-rtrals. the Chicago Cubs,' at
tbe ; Polo grounds today. 14 to 4. ;; Score:;-.; -----
:-Chicago AO U II I , A New York AB RHP A
Uach.cf-3b 4 1 1 <• 2 Rurne; 1f... 4 2 2 2 0
Ever*. 2b ' 2, ; 0 0 0 1 Shafer. Kb.. 5 0 0 0 0
Mitchell.of. 2 0 I 2 O-Urant. 3b..-l 110 2
Ritchie p.. O O 0 0 0 Fletcher.es. c 1 4 13
Rchnlte.rf. 4,0 JlO OlDoyle. 2b... 3- 4 3. 0: 1
; Their... 4? 2 2vO 5 Her*og. 2h. 10 0 2 2
Ralor. lb.. :'. 1 1 8 2 MerUle.lb. . r . :3 2 8 0
Miller. If.. 4 0 12 OlMnrray." rf. - ;5 2,4 1 0
Corridon.ss 4000 2 Wilson, c.. 20040
|B'«nahan.c 4 0 I.'. 2jM»yer«. c.. 2 0 "l.:-S:,0 |
Lavender.p 2 0 0 O 0 Hartley, c, 1 0 1 0 0
Pierce, p.. 0• 0 0-0 0 -tnMgrns.cf 201 3;: 0 J
WUiams.cf'!2- 0 0 IVOiMcCrmk.cf. 10 0 10
— — —iTesreau. p. 2 0: 1 0 0
•V T0ta1....35 4 SMUJCooeer .'...; 00000 !
■ •;.■■" - ; Fromme.'p. <4 1 2 0 1 J
-" I '*■ Total J441422 27 9 j
Cooper ran "for Tesreau in the third. . j
.:.■■■;'■■ \h-Jf-;- SCORE BY INNINGS : j
I Chicago ........'. 0 2 2" 0 0 0 0 0 o—4 I
New York '.... 0 0 .'! V 4 2 2;' 3 0 x—l 4 I
''SUMMARY . /: . : -; j
, Errors—Leach: (3), 'Mitchell.Miller (2)., Wil
! son. first base on errors —New York 3. -' Two ]
I base hits—Ptaelan. ' Bresnahan. ■ • Doyle. > Grunt.;
Fletcher (2). Stolen basee—Fletcher, Leach..!
Doyle,'.; Cooper/ Mitchell. , "* :*' I>ef t*on ; bases —New j
I York IC." Chicago 5. : First base on called balls— 1
Off < Tesreau ■: 1, ; off , L«render . 8. >~ off ..• Plerc* ; 1. i
Struck out —By Tesreau 3,'by.Frcmme 4. by Lav- j
ender 3; V Time of game—2 hour and 2 ' minutes. |
Umpires—Rlgler and Byron. ,' . 1
International Athletics
Regulations
* NSW • YORK, July I!.— Secretary
.'James E. Sullivan of the Amateur Ath
letic union today received the tenta
tive regulations to govern international
amateur j athletics, to be discussed in
Berlin f August >. 21 next, at a meeting
of the proposed international amateur
athletic I federation. O, . '
The communication is i from J. S. Ed
strom of Sweden, president of; the pro
visional committee appointed at Stock
holm July 17, 1912, to standardize and
control the } ; world's amateur athletic
events.:; The functions \of* the. I interna
tional federation will be restricted to
three activities, ,as follows: v ? '
'-" To /'drew - ; up ' and '■' agree ' to ; rule* : and • regula
tion!! for International competitions ■in ath
lMlo*.-.-■'"■.%':■.: ■ '.-•., •.-,,,.■ r,--.-.-:-:^ , : ,'■.-, ~>.
•» -To register . world's Olympic,-. and national
records. , ■■ ■' \ "." '- : ■"■ .-. ■ ; ■'' : '-"••'... ■
••-To; draw up , a common ' amateur ■ definition ; for
International athletic \ competition!.-. . -'
l>: Th« following erents i are ■to" be s registered, for
"world's record*','.. by.the federation: : L :
. Running—loo. 400. SOO, 1,000. ? 1,500.
8.000, R.OOO. 10,000, 20.000 ' and * 30,000 ' meters;
one-half ■, and one hour's ■ running. - * - ■ - f• r >
• Hardies* races—llo and 400: meters.' '•,' ~, •
Relay . races ' (teams of 4) —400 r and 1.600
meterF. '-;}-7.\ '''•■■■" . ? ;"'-"-- :: : ■-■;■*:- ■'.■-..--.";
-.' Team <. races (teams ,of ' 3)—1,500, ■ 5,000 . and
10,000 'meters.'(;-,i ;--' i: ' : .' ...■..-'■■:.■■ - '
:j Walkinsr—.*>ol and 100 ' kilometers.- : * ' - : . -'
v - Running !-.igh Jump; standing'high; jump: run
ning •' long Jump: ! standing ; long .-jump; ■ hop. step
and * Jump: •$ throwing ,' the Javelin (with > javelin
held^ In H the middle i best i hand; throwing the
.laTollti. right ■, and ~j left :■ hand;?-*,throwing the
discus, > right': hand ■ and left hand; '■: throwing : the
discus, if? best ; hand; ''i putting the >■ weight, 1 best
hand; putting the weight right and left hand;
throwing; the hammer. ■ :■; -. . , v c -
Vancouver Oarsmen Win
All Events
VANCOUVER.. B. C, July 11.—Hun
dreds of enthusiasts watched Vancou
ver "hog the show" lin th'lβ* afternoon's;
regatta"; on Indian river, winning four
out of five events. :^. : : -; ■■'*. ; ">^ y '■,".'~i',. -C-'* '/■
,' ! In the ftret event ;F. SG. Hudson,
V. R/.; C. pulling a '■:: slow, powerful
stroke, covered the mile and a half in
10:36 r,-r>, defeating. U. G. Cooper of
Portland by six lengths, who was also
defeated for second place ;by F. Hender
son, V. A. rC. v- ' : ''.."
--" In the junior fours Vancouver took
first f place, covering ;, the mile and a
half iin : 9:06 'i-o, with Victoria second,:
Portland third • aiidr Vaucouver second;
crew. last. v , , •
The junior doubles, the next event on
the h card, went; to the home crew; also;
ieo did 'the final. . -
! j AMERICAN LEAGUE |
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' ;CniCAGO,. July 11.—New York played "a; slug
ging! game today, and defeated Chlcago,"ll" to I.
Score : '•.■■".;;"'.''f,';- ■ ■#v : ' , '
N fork AR RII V At: Chicago AB R II P. A
Daniel*, rf ft i 2 4 r. oRe«Il .f... 4 0 it 0
Woltcr. cf. 3 a 1,00 Rath. 2h... 3 0 112
Crec.: 1f... "6Mh2•' I*■ 0 Lonl.-USb.v; 4 0 0 0 1
irartzell.2b 3 1:2 1 lia«o. ll>. . 4 V 2, 72
rcknpgh.M4 v O.'l 2 4Colllns, if.. 3 0 0 1 <>
Knight, lb 5,1■- 3 ouo Kournler. rf I 0-020
bolder. 3b. 4 1 1 3 0 Hotlle. 1f... 4 0 1 3 -i
,T. Smith, c .1 1 '2- it 1 Sctoalk, c. 2 0 0 1 1
Keating, p .' ;i .1" oj3 KwUn. jp....;0 i> n l> i>
:'■>!.— ■"■——"*~ ' —Weaver.'M. 3''O'rO* ; T 4
-Total.:. .58 11-17 2711 O'Brien, p.'.1l o>o',l 1
• ' • Shnller t'flfO.O 0
' .-.-.• White; p.Y.o 0 0 0 0
.: . . . C. Smith, p2 ' a Jl
'- •" ■.. VV:.-' ,, I !Totnl.'-...32~r : ?6 27 14
Shnller. l>alte,l for O'Brien In, fifth. ■-%'r , jj--»
'• 'i ., SCORE BY IXMMIS. --'>Vi
Sew Y0rk........ 0 0 .'! ,01' 7>o '..ft^O—ll
Chicag0:.i........ 0 1 (I ..o:.o-i'o;-ovo ,o— l
;v«',r.,v-: '. : 'i"v;Vv summary; :j._ '■;
Krrora nath..' Bodie.• Wearer (2).' Two bate
hit Uamcll. T!>reo basathits—Danlels.vChase;
Hod 1e.V,. , : Home run —Oreo.' j Stolen "bases—Cree,
Pwklnpaugh.'Knhn (2>, LordT: .Double , ; plays—
Wearer to Rnth: >■ nnth .to ' Wenvjr. to • Chase.
L*ft on bases—New York • 1.0. Chicago 8. , First
base oncallcdballe—Off (Vllrlpn 3.. off Kratlnn
•A. off White ■li off : I. Smith' 2,' Hit l»y~pitched I
balls—By .Keating. .Weaver: ,liy« White." Zetder. |
HtrtK-k out By Keating "'.by C. Siplili 1. Wild
pitch -Keating. s *Tlra'!' of (ame 2 lion;«. ': I'm
pl.'eii-Kvan!" niul Slirridini. ■ , :..: , .
PHILADELPHIA 11. CLEVELAND 5 .
OI.KVKI.ANI>. Jiily ; 11. riii!a<Vlphlii mad* It ,
(w.i out ■of three .today, defeating Cleveland, i
>1 lfc to .'.. i S.oie: ■'■'•.?■■■.'• ■■■ : :.-- ~' ■' ■ -..- ;
(le»e. -. Alllt H P A! I'htlfi. A B RHP A ;
.Thn-<tn.il>. -Ill** t> K.Miphy.rf. 4 2 2 3 0
(Tbpmn.aa.. 4-l ; i;.. 1 •Jl'iidrlnß.lf.. 4 o 1 « o
Turner.rtb.* 3 o 'ft "2 - 0 Celitnt.Sb.. 2 10 0 7
Bates. 3b.".* I*o 0"l .(>!HaWer.3b... li'.ll'l 2 ,1
■TacUsn; rf. :i -2 ; I':i' 1 M<"lnnls.lh. .'». 13 9 0
.1.ej0)e.2b..4 111 r. nnk.cf.. •", 2 3 0 0
Ryan. cf. . •_• ; 0 0 l O'Harrr.••»... .'. a 3 5 0
i 1.e1h01.1.r-f. 2 0 l-« ilKchanjr.c. . 4 2 2 2 ft
i (Jrnney.lf. i 4 0 2 7 Of Bender, j> .. "■ 0 0 0 2
I O'Nell, c. .TO 0 •_• 2 '■
BfiSNler.C. 20010 Total... .37.11 13 -" 10
Kahler.n.. 1, 0 0 (t 1 . ' i . i
81ndng.i»...3. 0 1 0 >>
T0ta1....34;T; • I 27 I2|
■''; * SCORR BY INNINGS "Z;Z
rieTeland 0 H 0 0 i> 0 . 1 4. 0— .%
Philadelphia ~ 1.3 0 0 0 5 0 -' O—II
','.'. SUMMARY
"' Fri'o.-n- Chiipman,' O'Neill. : Bsssler. Two base
hlta— Graney. I.njoie. I.eibold. Barry. Strunk.
TUree t has* lilt* Splusff. Ifclania, . Barry, Jack
•on. i Sacrifice. • hit—Oldrlug. Stolen base—Mur
phy. V: First base on called balls-Off Ki>hler ■-.
off* BlandliiK'l. off Bender I. Hit by pitched
bstl—.R. , , Murphy.- by Kahler. Struck.. out— By
Bland'.t>c 1. by Bender '2. Passed -Baaal«T.
■Wild nUeli— B*nder. l*ft on bases—ClcTeland
4, Philadelphia 5. Time of gam*—2 hours.-; I'm
plres—Connolly and iteOrPfwf.
. "; ri, WASHINGTON 6, DETROIT 3 :
DETROIT. July 11.—Detroit's eirori helped
Pitcher Joe ~ Bnehilng to his ninth straight vie-
I tory ,today. 'Washington winning the last game
lof the series, r>. to 2:
Wish. AB KHI , A Detroit AT? KM P A
Morgan.2b 4 I 1 3 1 Bush.ss 4 0 » 2 4
Fo«ter.3b..'.i 11 OR Vltt.Rb. ... 4 01 1 7
Milan. 4 114 .11 Orawfrd.rf. 4 0 1 10
Gandil.lb.. 4 1 212 0 Veaeh.lf. .. 3 0 0 3 0
CalTO.lf... 2 112 OiGaJner.lb... 4 1 1 17 0
Shank*. rf.. 4VO '> 2 OjetaMfe.c... 4 1 •'< 0 2
Mcßride.es 3 11 1 0 41111fb,cf.... 3 0 0 4 0
Henry.c. .4 O 1 4 o|lx>udpn.2b.. 2 0 " 0 3
Boebiln.p.. 4 00 0 liWillet.p.... <> '> 0'• 1
„_. 1 House.p..'.. 1 0 0.0-2
Total.. ..34 5 827 141Lake,n..... I 0 0 0 1
Cobb 10 0 0 0
Dnlmc I <>. 0 0 O
Boadeau... 1.0 0 0 0
,*;■*".:. ■ ■ .-- • ... , ■ • -- - __ ___
v- ■- v :■'-... . ,-,;'.■•, -. . .. ■■ — — —~ ~^
• ; , ,>■> ' T0ta1.... 33.2 027 20
I -"robb butted Hoiisr in ninth. ' "" '
'. ; Dubuc batted for Ixmden in ninth.
Rondeau. batted for Lake In ninth. --.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Washington .......0 li 3 0* 1 0 0 0 O—s
Detroit ........... 01■<> : 0 1. . 0 '> , 0 <>— '2
i '. v'l -' SUMMARY v»."t- : >,?'^
. EJTOtS—Shanks. Vit! i3K bocdes. L.Thrpeba«e
"bit—Stanagr. Stolen base—Stanapp. • / Double
play—Btt«b, 'Louden and (Jaip'-r. I-oft on bases—
Washington :7.: Detroit S. First base on called
balls—Off. Wilier 3. off Boohlinp 2. Hit by pitched
hall—Hy sWillet (Cnlvo). by: Boehling (Teach).
I Struck *out— By Boehlins 4. Time of (fame —I
i horn- 'and ."0 minutes. Umpires—O'Loughlin and
J Hildebrand. I
" ST. LOUIS 5. BOSTON 1 " : Vjf
ST. LOUIS. July 11. St. Louis i took a l«*ad In
th" . first inning that • Boston:- could : not. overcome '
and won the final gam" of the series by a score
of;&'to 1. Score: ... .
v Boston AB RHP A ;it Louis AIS HII P A
Hooper.rf.. A 0! 1 0 0 gotten.ef.. 5 1111
Yerke«.rf.. 4 0 11 o Brief. ... ,3» 2 212 2
I <neaker.ef.* 4 11 3 0, Pratt. 'Jt>.... 4 0f 1 4
i Lcwfa.ir.. 4 0 I's; OiWllllams.rf 3 12 8 1
r.ardner.r.b 4 0 11 . O'Johnston.ff 4 -I 10 0
iEngte.ib... 4 0 1 r. 0] Wallace. 4 0. 0 1 C.
; Wajtner.ss. 2 0 1 4 2La van. «5... 2 0;0-2 .. 1
Carrlgan.C. :: 0 o VR\ Agnrw.c... 3 0- 3 ; •'> 3
Bedient.p.V i> l> 0 0 , OlHamlltOß.p. 4 '0 .0 -J 2
lieonarrt.p. 2 0 0 0 1, — J - —
Maloy.p..;'. OOOOO! 'Total... .32 5 10 27 20
Janvrln. ... 1 ;0 0 0 Oi ■ .
I Total 81 17 24 ej. - •"'
<\: Janvrin batted for Leonard in the eighth.
: SCORE iBY INNINGS, ;,
Boston; .....'....;. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
St. Louis ......4 0,0 0 0 0 ,1 0 x—
:: - • : : - summary
' 'Error* — Wagner. iJiTan.". Hamilton. : Two bnse
bite—Aguew.'. Brief. Williams. . Stolen ' base—
Agr.eVr .'••'•;• Double ■ Wil'.inms to Agnew;
Pratt. T.aven to Brief. .Left on base« -Sr. I,ouis
« . Boston '">> First bns«> on called -balls—
Tledlent : '■'~ off 7 Hamilton 2. Hit ivy ; pitcher—'
La run l>.v Muloy. Struck eat— Hamilton :4'..
by Bedleel t. by Leonard •"■ Time of game—2
hours:'and" 5 /minutes. —Dlneen and
r?:an. -"-. . .. . ' '■. ■;■' . ■•'
American Whist League
Names Officers
rfCCHICAGO.. July ; H.—C. l>. Patten of
New; York city was elected president
of, the American . Wliist ; league at its
business '.meeting,;here p today..
Other officers elected were A. J. Moii
att. Chicago, vice president; .M. P.
Kaiser. St.; L*)u>s>, corresponding secre
tary; J. C. Beardsley. Cleveland.,record
ing: secretary: E. ■G. Comstock, Milwau
kee, treasurer. ' ' V '"-..,,••■ ,
>; The jfollowing directors were elected
for three years: ; George 8. Adams. New
York; ?< C. ■';. D. ;■■ McChesney, • Chicago; v A.
Ryesdale. Grand ; Rapids. ' " ' ■,
F. R. Hutchins. 'Springfield, Mass.,
was elected Jto fill the " two years of ■ the
unexplred term of Mr. Mouatt. i
TRISTATE LEAGUE
Pendleton 0, ; Boise 2. - - :
Walla Walla 10. '; North ; Yakima 4.
AUSTRALIANS ; GREAT i CRICKETERS
■ PITTSBtJRO, : JuIy - 11. —A large crowd " wit
ncesed ; the i first : innings of a cricket game here
today between «the X touring '. Australians - and s a
team "■*- representing 1 the ?.; Plttsnurg =; Field i: club.
The local cricketers made a (rood showing against
the 5 visitors.' getting . them ; all out i for »127 runs,
which •Is : said sto be t the ■ smallest total , made iin
one I Inning by the Australians during their I tour.
The 'local team, however, could '■■ do i nothing with
the i wonderful} bowling eof J their | opponents and
gathered 44 runs. V. Play will be resumed tomor
row. ** :",:y'.,\ J • •■ J.v '(■' ■■'■;/'■'-■' " -; -■:" " ':-:'•-.•,
CANOE ' CUP t DEFENDER WINS
'■' ■ BROOKLYN. 5 N. V.. July, It.- It.' B. -Brltton,"
fJauanoque • Canoe' and ? Motor »Boat < club,": lost j the
first International ; race I for the canoe ', challenge
tropin- here SJ this < afternoon."-'; Britton -. was; not
only'Beaton;by L*o.Frlede, defender of the cup,
but I •!■* I wan • disqualified I for fouling > a mark. v
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DEFIED HIS ROYAL UMPS
WILLIE GREEN
They . iund>« him captala ;of 'the ; team, which
dwelled.hi* heart, with' pride
And addi'd-hauteur to bin mien,. majesty to his
/, ■~> stride. . : ' v.-.' ; '' ■ ;i;;.VJ ','''>', \ .'
Whcne'r lie strode upon ■ the field his em!l«
". _ wan s 'itUvnywht4pd: f
lie nerer fnlled to throw a glance up Into. (lit
>;niinN|:inif.
Hi made three hllß nnil one home run," then stole
in from third bane: ,
In fact'that afternoon bo was the hero , .of; the
;.', place.
The roctori yelled until quite hoarse.: "Take
' off your cap, you lout.". *
He doffed his headgear, .with a grin. in answer
to the'shout.'s
Whon they made, him captain tli* , " Ml heart
iV ';] began to swell.;.
The ;MVT:UIng ftook an upward turn and rained;
, y*,thp,merry—-well;,,i.
It puffed this,.Tonnmter'd thinker till bin cap
, grow .Tory, .email.
And after .that'he failed to ?ee Ul« Royal
: -Unipsiafali: , ; ■ ■ ; '
"You"re out!";tbe umpire shouted/but the young
. man .did not budge,* ,
And when" the ' ump« repeated it he merely
>n*wered "Fudge!" >, • -
And now he stands outside the fence and peep»
5 , In at the game. .' .* .; ..
"In thirty 1 days.' , the umpire say«, "1 thin*
; he'll come bark tame."
WATSON DEFEATS
MODESTO BOXER
Has Plagg in Bad Shape
When Referee Stops
the Bout
Red Watson clearly demonstrated
last night ,at Pavilion rink that he has,
the class ;of the lightweights in the
four round ranks by easily disposing
of Kid Plagg of Modesto In the fourth
round of their battle. The fiery haired
scrapper : had ; Plagg kin bad shape in
the fourth round ! and . Referee Frank
Schiller. ■■ used V good judgment';.ln stop r .
ping the contest as Plagg had no
chance." ■"": ; ■-''. . ■■• ''■■' - ■ ■ .. '■- . ■ • • • •*'■ .
. Watson did not start fighting: until
the third round and then he opened up
his guns and ;it was not long before he
had Plagg in a bad .way..
■ The Modesto lad proved , game, as he
took . all : that came ". his way. .and
fought back even though the battle
was going against him. v Near,:, the end
of '; the third round he sent i Watson's'
head back with several straight lefts
which angered the latter, who opened
up and dealt Plagg, a hard ■ right cross
which sent him sprawling ;to the can
vass. The : blow; was , delivered just be
fore the bell sounded for the end of
the third round. .
\ Plagg was i groggy when he an
swered- the bell for the fourth round
and % Watson lost no time .in getting:
busy. Plagg. though in bad shape,
showed! a willingness to mix ,it and he
went s after Watson. The . latter meas
ured him and put another, right to > the
jaw which sent Plagg reeling , and Ref
eree -Schuler; lost no time in stopping
the 0 fight.; " Plagg would not have
'• lasted the round ' had t the ; referee al
lowed it to go on. : .
; Sailor Charley I Grande knocked out
Jack ONeil, the English light heavy
weight. in a round. The latter -was
boxing nicely when ; Grande • landed a
hard > right handed swing , - which sent
the Englishman down , for the count. .
The visitor had ; hardly a chance to
show his worth when , he- ran ■ Into one
of ' the sailors ; haymakers. 7. ; „
:; Bubbles';: Robinson, the, colored light
weight of L.OS Angeles, showed a re
versal of form in his fight with Willie
Robinson by holding him to a four
round draw. The colored 'boxer; had
the edge, but It was hardly sufficient
to gain him the verdict. •. . ".
* Eddie Miller and Kid Bertelsen, two
of t the best j 118 pounders in this sec
tion, put up a rattling four round draw.
There ■* was plenty of action ]in the bout.
Bertelsen appeared to have ; a little the
better of ; the early fighting, but Miller
evened it up in the last two rounds. ,
; Kid Expositor stopped Buck Brown,
the colored ligntwelght of Philadelphia,
In the fourth round. The latter proved
a clever" fighter, but Expositb crowded
him and landed a haymaker in the
fourth. The bout was stopped.
Heine Orchard stopped Raymond
Monroe lin a round.
; Tony Baronl outboxed Young , Ketchel
and was given ; a four • round decision.
• In the curtain raiser Jack Bratton
was awarded the decision over Johnny
Aaron. : *' : -■:.-.' ,•-,■ -;" ■- : ■. .-" ■ -■/
A subscription :was -»aken.for WU]I«
Hoppe. the Butchertown lightweight,
who recently.; suffered an Injury.. to his
hands as a result of * a toy cannon ex
pioair.*?. r A couple -of hundred dollars
was "collected , for:tho:Butcherfown;lad.
>■, Ad Wolgast, -the former lightweight
champion, led the list by : donating $100
to the unfortunate boxer. : Others ■to
help out were Red Watson. $10; Bob
McAllister, $10: Frankie Burns , $5;
Frank Ix>gan. $5; Charles Miller, $5;
Doctor Koenigstein. $5: * Optimo clgrar,
$5. A good sum was collected from the
audience. '[• i ■>■ : •■ '~ : ':'J'spotM
; A number of fighting celebrities were
on . hand. Willie " Ritchie. Leach Cross j
and other stars were present.
No Frenzied Finance in
.;;!l7ife, League :f
: CALUMET. Mich.. July 11.—Calumet
and Hecla Mining company, which pro
vides free librarien, free hospitals, free
schools,* 1 ; free bathhouses, . etc., for the
people of J Calumet and vicinity, : hae
now provided ; free baseball, with eight
well organized and strongly patronized
teams. Admission to all parks, scat
tered Sin .-; five :' : towns of ~ the district, lis
free 1 and the sport t put up :; is of high
class, with half a dozen ; former major
and many former minor league 'players
in the teams. • , : : ■ ■
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