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SEALS FINALLY TRAP DANGEROUS WOLVES
mis iiirar
LARGELY DIE TO !
DOCTOR THOMAS!
Visitors Fight Hard, Real
izing That to Win Meant
for Them Ticket to
Third Berth
The Wolves', winning ■■'••'-!: was
checked decisively yesterday by the
Seals In the sixth frame, when they
pulled • iff a clean batting rally that
annexed them four runs and a victory.
Up to that time the locals were play
ing from behind, and it looked mighty
tough for them, as the Wolves had a
run to the good, they were playing
I smooth baseball and Ralph Btroud was
delivering ■ mighty fine line of bend-
Stroud weakened In the sixth., and
the Seals opened up their guns, which
brought about Ralph's retirement.
Munsell succeeded Strond, and he
finished the game, but failed to save
the situation. The finish was 6 to 2.
Dr. Forrest Thomas, who seldom
pitches on the local lot, was asked to
throw the hooks into the flying Wolves,
and he performed as requested. The
medical man treat along in his usual
, methodical fashion and pitched a con
sistent article of ball, apparently im
proving as the game progressed: In
the first half of the fracas he -was
touched up for. occasional hits, but .he
kept them fairly well scattered.
AnOI.AD THE WOHIiD
In the opening lUnd, after two were
down. Moran flayed one of Thomas'
offerings to,a spot in back of the right
field fence which entitled him to « trip
around the bags. The only other
run accumulated oft the local flinger
came along in the third frame, when
t*yo safe belts gave the Wolves a
count.
Roth teams played fast ball In the
field. Charles, at second, played an ex
cellent game, handling eight chances
without a slip, and he was fc very ag
gressive on the paths, nailing two
bases. Thomas helped himself in win
ning the game, as his hit to the
right field fence in the sixth scored
two runs.,
I The Wolves tried hard to annex the
Frame, as a victory meant that they
would be stepping into third place.
They looked to have a fine chance of
gaining the honors until Stroud blew
up in 4he sixth.
hi the opening frame Young lifted
to Corhan, Lewis was pegged out by
Charles and Moran came along with a
hot drrve which cleared the right field
fence for a homer. Van Buren fol
lowed with a double to center, but
Tennant was nailed on a grounder to
ilcArdle.
SEALS TIE II UP
The Seals tied it up in the second
frame on a couple •■• safe bangs. Mc T
Ardle was safe on a hit to Ken worthy
and moved to second on an error of
the Sac's second Backer. Corhan lifted
to Moran and Cartwrlght was slipped
a pass. Schmidt secured a clear drive j
. to left and McArdle scampered home.
Thomas forced Schmidt at second.%.
The Wolves; lost no time in going I
into the lead again. In the 'third frame
they sampled Thomas' offerings for a
pair of safe drives, which, gave them ■
a count. "lie inning opened with j
Ftroud being retired on strikes. Young j
followed with a two base hit to right
and Lewis was safe on a Cincinnati
hit. Corhan trying to get Young at
third. Moran lifted a long fly to John
ston and Young just beat a great throw
to the plate by a nod. Van Buren was
retired on a grounder to Corhan. ;
THE BIG I\M\«.
The sixth was the big inning for
the Seals, as they got to Stroud good
nnd hard. Johnston grounded out to
.Tennant, then Hogsn followed with a
slashing double to center. McArdle
followed with a hit to the same spot
for one base, advancing Eiogan to third.
Corhan cracked out a clean single to
Ifft, scoring Hogan. Cartwrlght fol- j
lowed with a healthy double along the;
first base line, scoring McAr Mun- j
sell replaced Stroud on the hill.
Schmidt was retired on a fly to center. ' <.
Then Thomas advanced to the rubber, j
After taking tWO unsuccessful swipes i
lie finally landed on one of , Mum |
choice benders, and transported -it to !
thf* right field fence, scoring • 'Than j
and ■twright.
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
fi"M. This ended the scoring. The
SACRAMENTO !
AB. R. BR Pβ. \ v. ;
•2 s n
!. f -. . 4 0, '2 3 D oj
.M"!an. r. f .'! 1 1 U 00!
Vai< r.ur<vi. "r. f 4 (I 1 0 '-,«) fi '
Konworth.T. 2U. .-..-.. 4 no ' i> 4 t |
Tlallinan, Hb 4 0 :; 11 1 0 i
■IVnnant... ]b 4 ii (i 10 10!
miss, i' ..... '_• (» 0 5 ■_' oi
Stroud. i> .... 2 0 n n 1 0i
MunsHl. v- ■ • • • 10 ft 0 O 0
Wolrerton 1 0 0 0 o 0
— — — ■— _ '
Total ..X\ 2 ft 24 11 1
VVolverton batteil for Blips In ninth.
PAN FRANCISCO
AH. R. BH. PO. A. E.
M.ii,dorff, r. f 4 0 (» 3' 0 ,*1
rharlev 2ti.\ ......'-' I 0 3 r. 0
.lobnfion. c. t....'.:.:....-2 0; 0 no ,-.t»
Hocsn. 1. f... 4 12 2 ;0 -A
McArdle, ii» ... 4 '2 2 in 0 ii
<orhan. Kb ....4 X t 2 : • <>
farrwrtglit, 3b 3 11 <» 1 1
Fdimi<lt <• ..:. 4 o 1. 4 0 A
, Thomas,' p.-- , '•'- <> 3 0 0 0
•J'otal 30 *'• S" 27 11 2
ttl.'XS AND HIT", BY INNINGS : .
SarVamonto 1 0i 0 it ii 0 0 o—2
nc.sfhirs ........ 2 O 2 1 - 1 " 0 2—ft
Fan Francisco..: ...0 10 0 0 4 1 0 x—(>
ttasehit* .. ..0 3 1 0 0 ■"• 0 0 x— •■
SUMMARY-
Thrrr> rnnf and 7 bitK off Strew!; taken out
in sixth, two down, one out: charge defeat to
Stroud. Ilnim- run—Moran. Sai-riflce fly—
! Moran. .Johnston. Two bas-c liits—Van Union.
Yiuinjr. llosan. Cartwrlght. Stolen baoen — II aUi -
nan. CliHrles j2i. First .ban- on called ball* Off
Strond 2. off Mun-i-U 1 Struck wit— By Sfroust
2. liy.ThoixiaH ?.. by Mnnscll 2. Hit by. )• teller—
CliarJps by Stroud. I>oulili? plays—-Oorban to
f'iiarlcF to Schmidt; <"orU:ui to MrArdle. I'ass l *-*!
l,alls-r-IJliss- J>fl on< bases—.S»oraini>nto''fi* Sufi
;' Francisco .". 'Wild - pitches—Mun«ell. .'•
runs —Snn 2 ntt Str<v.ld,'2'off Mnn«eH;
J*Bcra?i!ento 2. Timo-of, pame—l boar and 40
minutes. - I'nir/tres—Pb.Tle and'Finney. . '
j DIAMOND SPARKLETS :|
, ' .A-
V . Z : ~
The Oaks are now ibu?y now
: y«strr<lny Wliltpy. llpuliutf of Dlec'o r:luh
w»« purchased for §1.2 i«». lit;" Is' a shortetop
«nd fs said :ti be .a;-tpi->' fast .inaa. Ue will
join tlie team jnimc-diatrly. . . ■ - ■
S'Mnnldt-is icp'ttiu? to Ik , somowhat of a rrah.
In tlio tbinl YounK ■■~■■■■ I on Morsiu's sacrifiop.
, fiy »to; Johnston. Tlw lattPr inndf" a,;bp;nitlfnl
pejr. b'ltSchmtdt failed to touch I riiiiSHT. [?«
1 iiollVrcd i;t tlip imipln , and Howard Inter took
up tli*- anftimcnt. ~The play, was wis-ily scon
from tbe;proes box. . . .
* * *
llot,Tin »nd MfArdlc t]j-i the. hitting; for, the
Seals jpstenlay, both of them setting two hits
ravh.'
. -5:- * w . _■'
Jfallinan three hits for Hip: Wolvps.-.
IOWA WOMAN TENNIS CHAMPION ;
l>KH' ■uiN!:s. July li. —Miss'Jennie'Jonoii of t
1 Si« usCitv wou t!u- woiupii's stati' Kolf ohampicm
k.>-!ihi liuiVtortny xvlir-i <ll- beat Mrs. W. K. Moon*
■ m tin: \Vavel»-uii, club, Ucs lli/inw, ;S' up -and M
j! to no. '.'■'- ' : '. '
Standing of Clubs
* in Coast League!
* - —: ——. — . :—*-
...-'-' ■' \ '•. : \V. 1,. Pet.
l.oa Ansreleii. .. . ... 53; 44 546
Portland .;.:. :.. .47 44 510
Snn r Francisco.*".-.'.•. .Vi > 49;'':'515
Sacramento' . ... 45 * '45 ;'■ 500
Venice . . .:.... . . -Hi. 53 405
Oakland .... .... . J 45. 53 450
RKSI i/rs OF ; GAMES
San I'rnnclMOo 0, Sacramento 2.
, Oakland 7, Lou Angeles '3.
Portland .7, Venice,, 5.; '■■
GAM ES today
; Sacramento at San Franclii'ii.
Oakland at '■'Los* AiiKeles. ;
Vecke nt ; 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
series today, 7 to 5, in a contest fea
tured by errors by the locals at the
start. . .
Venice scored two runs in the first
inning on one hit 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 Harkness.
In the seventh liarkness gave way
to .Nielson, a pinch hitter, who drove
into right and scored two.;.
Higginbotham retired in favor of
Krause, off whom one run was made.
Score: /
VENICE
1 AH. K. Ml. PO. A. E.
Carlisle.-1. f -* 1 I 0 10
Kane. .-. f ..4 l 1 1 . C 0
Bayless. r. f . ..:......... 8 D"\ 1 I 0 0
Brashear, 2b. 4 ii ti 3 10
Hasp, ks. .....4 0 1 S 8 0
Litscht. •;h 3 ! l - 1 l
McDonnell, lb. 4 1 .1 7 0 0
Klliott. <• ...4 0 t. ■'■ 1 0
Koestner. p. 0 0 0 " 0 0
Ilarknoss, p. ..2 • 0 " 0 0
Meloim l i i (» 0 0
Fergwtoo, p ... 0 0 0- 0 10
O'Uourte 1 0 0 0 0; 0
T0ta1!................. U 5 8 2* 1] 1
Mcl ex batted for Harkness in the seventh.
O'liourke bai for FerK«son in the nlntb.
rOKTI.ANIt
AB. It. .BIT; I'o. a. K.
Chadlwurae, c. f ......:. 4 12 10 6
I>oßue. if •• .': 2 i 2 1 6
Uodcers. 2b. .....;...... 4 1 3 4 a 0
McCorinlck, 3b. .......... :! I 1 Oβ I
Kores, ss. 4 8 0 0 2.0
Speas. lb. .4 1 1 14 : 0 0
Ixiber. I. f. ............. 3 0 2 1 0- 0
Hieclnbotham, p. ........ '■', 0 ! II 1 1
Kranse. p. ~..1 ,*) O (> 0 li
Berry,"; , c.-. ... 4 ! 1 o o 0
T0ta1.:...........:.... S3 1 12 -' M 4
BUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Venice ....... J.. .2 - 00 0 00 3 00—.*
Baaehita ....10 110 " 4 1 «)— S ;
Portland .v....... £00.00110 — 7|
Basehits .... o 10 0 1:3 2 0 x—-12
sr.MMAItV "
4 Struck out ßy ITarkness I. by Hizßinbothaih
-. by . Ferguson l. 'by "Kranse ~2.> i"ir-i base, on
called —Off :Kof'stner '. off Ilarkness 2, off
niKriribettmni 2. Two base hits—Carllsle, Kane.
ChaJbourne. Rotlgers, Mrr..-uii,-k. I>ibtT.'.Tliree.
base hit— Doane. Donble plays—Hospto Brash
ear: MeCorml to Itotlgers to Speas; IIo«p to
Brastiearto "McDonnell.- Sacrifice hit—Ua.rle.su.
Stolen bases'—Kores. Higginbotham. PaMMri ball
—Elliott. v - - , Charge defeat to Kw-stiier. victory to j
Higgtnbotham. Innings pite)ted—By Kofstner j
Vα. runs 4. lilts s ; llarknes» ~>%, runs 2, hit r>; ]
Ilicginbothani (>%', runs 4. hits ii. Time of came :
—1 bonr and 4.'. minutes. Umpires—Held and]
McCarthy.,
'.. ■ m . ;
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 N. P. a a. O. I ;' regatta, the '
premier rowing event of the north j
Pacific coast, will be opened at Indian
River tlfis afternoon.
A "large number of Vancouver en
thusiasts are making the trip to th" j
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, j
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 5
River, when officers will be -elected: and
the course for the 19H regatta' will j
be selected.
Auto Reliability Run to
Glacier Park
• MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., July 11.—In
a heavy downpour of rain today 28
cars: left here shortly before 9 o'clock
In the American Automobile associa
tion's, reliability run to Glacier park.
Thedistance is 1.300 miles'and Js to be
made in nine days. >V *v
The first car to leave was the pilot,
followed 15 minutes later by tho-pace
maker. occupied by the coijimittee in
charge. . "
The first car in the list of entrants
was r - driven by L. W. Hill of the Great
Northern railway. . HTOBraff^^
.Awfully equipped hotel ; rail way* train
js,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^tourlsts., . ' ■ . f ? :
; .One car of the train ~cont«ains a com
plete, newspaper plant, from which ; a
newspaper will be issued each even
ing'durinjf'the trip. •/ . ■
Half a dozen newspaper men arc in
cluded In the party.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONI
-St. Peel l. Milwaukee 8. ;
VALLEJOS LATEST FIND
;VA!.M;ao, July 11.— Manag«r «;e<irjrn (Jra.v of
the:-Vallfjo ■ baseball: team ■'. (ins .••just - <libootcred
another crackr player In the "navy, anil t wllUpre-
K»'iit lilmU't the fans.next Sunday,,when the local
te«ni; iiipcta tlw; Barney Ftankdß of j San,Fran-'
• ■is.-... The new man is Wetttngale, ' aiorack
shortstop from tlie receiving shipClerolntid;: who
UitM l»'cn 'croatlng l ; sensation by his great play
la?'nt the navy yard.
THOTT AND KETCHELL' MATCHED
" CHICAGO. .li;iy 11. -Sammy TrOt< of Colum
bUK.:O.V was matched t«xla,v, to fight St<" <• Ketch-"
oil in VVlnnlpvff.Man.v Angnul i< , .. Tlji- tjsrlu i- to
; lie 12 rounds; i!i'' men .to tvpigh; 133 icmuiis ,ut " 3
I o'clock. An -effort■: will 'be marie :to .arrange
'« , match between the winner. aud Ad Wolgast. -f
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 V
(Special Dispatch to The" Call) ; v
LOS AXGEL.ES/ July • 11.—A smile
slit- Frank Leavitt's ample countenance
J from ear to ear, Hen Berry's chin hung
' down like a wet awning, and I , resident
j Baum diplomatically admitted that it
is a great race. .This is merely by way
iof breaking the news gently. -
Oakland won by the scandalous score
lof 7 to ,3, thereby making it two in a
j row. The Oaks came out of : their
trance and climbed..Poll Perritt's 1 man-'
ly : frame in the; third, and as they 'had
previously touched , him up for ; two
in the second| the result was 1 never se
riously in doubt after the third in
ning outburst. '.. '~*"*• ' '
PEBITT I.\ A HAZE : „*?
During the two innings that Oak
land made its killings Perritt, gener
ally one of ; our most reliable function
aries, had naught save a hope in future
life, and that didn't seem to get. him
anything.; :1 Tie settled down subse
quently, or. to be more specific in the
fourth, and after that ther Oaks were
not allowed a smell. \
Charles Pruitt, : a citizen of New Bed
ford, and some of whose relatives are
believed to have made the trip in the
Mayflower,; was placed on the mound
by Mitze. r He impressed his pitching
personality on those present by hold
ing the Angels to four ; hits in . seven
innings. , He was ousted by ; Mitze in
the eighth after Moore and Maggart
had mauled him for singles, ;as Mitze
didn't care to do any flirting with fate.
OAKS IM.lt X POM.
Oakland began slaughtering Poll In
theY second. . Zacher shouldered i one
that grazed Metzger..and t<>.>k Johnson
; back into short center. Gardner was
speared When Moore muffed 'Howard's
throw on Gardner's drive. Guest filled
i the bases with a tantalizing fly that
i descended In short left. • Rohrer cut
the ball between Metsger and "Johnson,
both missing it by not : more ;.than»*a
finger's; length. Zacher and ' Gardner
piled in on : th.' wallop. Pruitt fanned
and Leard 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. Hetitng walked
; and being the first man up, ,it was s con
: elusive proof that Poll couldn't get it
over. Schimi shot toward s left. John
| son swung on the ball with his right,
I brought it to earth and kicked it. to
(the bleachers. August ambled, to third, |
and s< hirm got clear around to sec- 1
ond. Coy smacked one down to John- j
j son. * Schirm Started for. third with the j
I crack of the bat and < there was no re- |
< treat for,him. Hetlinginsisted on hold
ing on to "third and Johnson, having
' Schirm;'at his mercy, crowded, him
[down to the hot corner r and tagged
I him out. . Coy circulated" along 'to sec-'
ond while this was taking; place. Zach
er - then belted the ball well over the
educated dome of Maggart, 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. "llfll-u-p, v send .*■ for the
wrecking crew." screamed Jack In
Henry Berry's shell like ear. ~ "The
cafferiteria lias ■ collepsed." "Yea, 80,
J but we ; still have the free lunch with
I us." came back in clarion tones. • Im
j agine the rest by this score: :' ■
OAKLAND
at:, U. BH.'I'O. A. EI
I-furd 21>................ 6 0 -i "4 a 1
; IlPtlinß. Zb A 1 l i i 0
i S'-!iirni. I. f.............. 4 021 00
Coy. r. f 4 1 100(1
Zachor * <■. t ...:.. 4 •■ I :; 0 0
Oardner. 1h.........'.... 4 2 1 13 i> 1
Oiioft. m 4 1 :: 1 | 0
Kobrer. c... ....;.. 4 0 :i •'! 1 ol
i'ruitt. p ."";. 2 ii ii (i ■■■ i ;:""0 j
Pf-rnoll, p ■• •.1 0, 0 0 'i 01
Total ..30 7 13 27 14 2i
' * LOS ANCKLES I
An. i: nil. I'M. A. K. I
Ilowarii.: 21) .4; 1 ii I c ii i
I Molzeer. V,b..;. i 0 i .V 10'
! Moore, 11l .. 4 II 1 18 II 1 1
! Macßart.ic. f. .......:! 3 S f > i (U
I Ellin. I f n,O, l 2 on
Krnpor," r.; f . ....... 4 0. 0 100
John«on, k«......... ..... i 0 1 1 4 II
IJjTn'o«;--.'c I ii ii :( a t
IV; ; it!. p. ........... 2 o'o 0 :! - 0
Wotolt 1 'i II ii n 0 j
Oalibo', p.........;....... '■ 0 ii 'i>l: ii 1
I I'hjrr .................... 1 0 0,00 ii
-/.Total'... .- . '.'.'. .....rU .Tβ 27 10 '; 2
' V,'ntf\l betted for•Tcrrltt in f>fventli inning. ,_
I'ase batted for CrabbP in ninth Inning.* '.
RUNS AND HITS BY INXIXOS
Oukland ..........0 2 5 0 0 0 00. o—7
Baxfhits. .1..-.. 0 3 5 112 1 0, (»— i::
' Los A:iL.-'!c-. ... ..0 11 1 0 (I 0, (I o—:t
, Ilastliits .... :..O I 12 00 'I 2 0— (i
SIJMMAHY
: Thirteen lilts and 7 runs off IVrr!tt in 7-In
ins": .'J."hit« ;<■,<! 3 ron« off. I'rultr. in 7 I- , : in
nins*. Ch*ri(e ili'f<'iit to PwrJtt, credit victory
to , Prtiltt.: Tlircf ba-<f bits—Miij-gart. '/•<<\\-i-.
Two base- bit—Schirm. Sacrifice -Pruitt.
Stolen :, i.asr- lUairitart. First be** , m : cnllpd
, ball*— Priiltt 2.: off Periitl 1. Struck out
Bt I'rnitt 2. by IVrritt I. by Crahbe l:DfHible
J piny—(lnest If. I-oanl[to Gardnpr. Tiinr Of gamp
—l hour and 50 minutes. • I'mptres.—Boflti ; and
Abbott/ . : ' ,
Rusie Swiftest Pitcher
Says Peitz
HeiniePietz, Who managed Louisville
several seasons', ago, says that . Amos
Rusle," the old .Giant star, had it ;on
Johnson In -the -matter .of cannon ball
delivery. Heinle admits; that' Johnson
can k r et "''in over' the plate S with out
wasting; much time \ about ; it, hut ho
thinksßusle had him beat at that.' Arid
Heinle goes* on to tell one about, when
lie was catching; Ruife in Louisville
tome years ago and the \ln field support
had been \ wobbly. Pel and »Uusie; girt
together 1 for Mt l ll- chat in the pitcfi
•?'s box*and Ruele said >he was" going
Ik put 'em ■' over as fast as-he could
arid would : Heinle, please ? hold:'.' oh to
them—-that'siall. The result was that
three 'men .went out In succession on
called strikes because they/ simply
wouldn't see the ball at all. j Heinle al
lowed* that - Johnson could have a won
derful hunch of speed,' but he j doubted
if any one f was ever in the : same (lass
with'Husie.j
I SOUTHERN ; LEAGUE ~f
; . '. . ■■ -■; ; «■
■ "Atlanta '.Mobile 6. '•', ■".'.:■ • , ,W
>H-.ii\ Hie 2. New Oi leans I.
Hlriii i;i-vi.;i •>.Memphis 4. ; \ ~- ...
I WESTERN LEAGUE " .- j
♦ ' ■ '; —: - . —: .'.. ' ' --♦■
St. Jo?ppli t. Wichita 4. ~ *
1 Don MoiiifS-'.Topeka 7. . \- * ]'}■
'H 8 ion I City C." Denver 0.• * : ' .-- ■ :
!J UNION ASSOCIATION f
♦ '•■--——■ — r~. 7—
': Ruttf 7. J 0K(le» 4. . ■
- Halt; Lake 10.* Mlsxoula :>,.
v Greet Falls (i, U«"!oiin •; 4.
J SOUTHERN CAL. LEAGUE , T
Santa* Barbara o. \ \jna%[ Beach;C*
ijau L>k-go 0, San lleruariliiio a. f
Standing of Clubs
in Various j Leagues
AMERICAN t LEAGUE
Club— ' W. L Pet! - Club— W L , Pet !
Philadelpha 60 20 737 Boston ..... 38 37 307
Cleveland... 49 31 613 St. Loins.... 33 52 388 j
Washington 44 36 660 Detroit ..'.Vl*32; 53 381
Chicago... 43 38 631 New York. .. 23 52 307
V- NATIONAL i LEAGUE ;'£ ,a<
.'i Club— : : W L Pet? Club— . W L"Pet
New York . .160 24 676 i Brooklyn.... ', 35 37 486
Philadelpha 41 ;30 ' 5771 Boston .-..";;. ;33 42 44C
Chicago.: V:\ 41 37 526 St. Louis. 132 45 416
Pittsburgh. 38 38 500 Cincinnati .31.48 352
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE ;;
Club— .-W ?L : Pet! ; .SClub-iVIA- W L Pet
Vancouver..3 49 35 683 Viotoria 42 44 488
Seattle ::.. 61 38 586lTacom*..;. 39 49 443
Portland... 43 36 544 Spokane 30 54 351
CALIFORNIA LEAGUE :
Club— w'.L Pct 1 r Club— W L Pet
Stockton. .'.' 37 24 '. 607 ISailJtme'.'..~ 26 84 433
Fresno. 32 30 516!WatsonvilIc. 26 35 428
NORTHWEST LEAGUE ;; |
TACO.MA. July ; 12. —Tacome and Portland
played sensational bell* the pauie going to
the : Tigers in the eleventh JDnlug by a score of 3
to 2.;; Score: .'':'■'.<■■■ '\^-: : -X/i •■ '■'; ", .. ' ,^-f' , ;'
1. Tort In. I All R II PAt Tm-oina AB R ii Pi
Bancroft.ss 3-avl ;4".(\ I*lres.cf... ;;5 0 :«: 4 0
Mahoney.cf 4 o 1 2rO Harblsou.es o> <• 2-- 0 1
Gnlgni.lb.' 4 0; 2 0 ■ o r McMullu..'!b 4 0; 0 ,r: I
Melchlor.rf 5:l 1 0 0 (rum.lf -:.V 4"l 0 ! 0
I'eters.lb.. 4:0-0 14 1, Nelgrhbrs.rf •4 ; 1 I 3 0
Mohler,2b. -4; 0 2 .* 3 Iloldrmn.'lb 5 0 2 12:0
Murray,.-.. 4 :'o<», 7 .2lKeller.2b.'.; 5 (i.l 2:0
Coltrln.3b. 4 0 1 0 2 Harrie.c. ... 2 .0 o 41
Callahan.p , 4 0 0 0 SlGrtndeH.e:. •_• 10 2 1
— "-r- — MeG lnnty, p 3' 0v 1 . 1-4
Total 1 :;.38"2 s 32 191 " V-.'Z>.^ ; -:~r~—~ ——\
,~ . :.;i-T0ta1.■..'.30 3.033 14
j- Two out when winniiiK run was scored. ,:
- . BCOBB BY INNI.NCS
Portland ....(> O 0 0/0-0 1 0 0 .0 12
Tacoina. .:...O . 0 <> 0.0. 0 0 0 10 2—3
",',-'; *-■-.' ~; .'"■,-'.'•. SUMMARY ■.'.'%",'■■■■■: ,;';•- ■
Errors—Bancroft. Coltrln. > Callahan. -. Double
play—Harris -to.; Keller. •;" Two ba«" Holder
man, Gulgnl.'Melchlor, Mohfer. ~ Three base hit -
Holderman: Struct out—By. Callahan •'.. by ■M-
Glnnlty 4. ;i, First base on called balls—Off ("tilla
han 4. Wild pitch— MeUiiuitty. Ttnte of game -
1 hour and IB minutes. Umpire—Toman.-..,
- -■; VICTORIA 4, : SEATTLE 2-T
SEATTLE. July; 11.—With the score tied and
the bsst'e full in the neTeOtll, Me««k hit two bases
and .• won, today's" game' for Victoria. 4 to 2.
I Score: i ■■'■■' ■■--. '1 ■.■- ■. ■■■- "•-. : -.-'.» ", •■.':.■.".■■
■ Seattle AB RII V A Victoria AB RHP A
Shaw 3b. ."> :0 1 0 2 Madden. If. 4 1.JT0.0
iHCkson. lb 5 i> 2 ii ! i Rawllng!».2b 3* 10- 4 4
Nill 2b... 4 0 1 1 3 ! ,Swalu,-c/,.4: <> 14-0
Strait. If. . 4 «■ 1 4 ! o : Meek, 1b. .-.' 4 (i 212 1
I "adntan, c. 3 0 1 7 2 Alberts,' rf. 3 0 110
I Wilson,' rf 2,0 0 <> ■ 0 Delinas. ss. 4 0 1 54
I Killllay: Cf •'! 0 0 .'t Ol.amb. 3b..- 4 1 2.0 .'!
I Bayinnd.ai "3-1-0 .'! 7 BroFten, - .'. 4 0 1 1.1
liipe ;.'.'..:' 1' 0 I: - 0 (i Toner, p. .. 3 100 4
Fullerton;. 0 0 <> 0 0 : - • —— —. — _
M.lvor, p. ' 4 - 1 1 0■ Oi Total ..... 33 4 927 17
Total. ....'! I -2 ; 27 15 V
«ripe : biitt'-d for Raymond in ninth' inning. -.'■'.'••"■,:
7 .-Fullerton ran for Olpe In ninth inning. =
SCORE BY INNINGS ' ;,
Seattle ........... 0 ii - 0 0 2; 0 ii 0 ' o—-2
Victoria .......... l i i> i) O. ; 0 2 0" 0—
". ' SUMMARY/:,' ~:■' ;.'-.. .;• ■
-DeJmas. Two ' bane : hits—M'lvor. .Tack
son. Meek (2). Home run-—Lamb. .'.Stolen:bases
, —NISI. Alberts, Lamb. : Struck out Byj-Mclvor
i 7. by .Toner 1. First base on called- balls— Off
Mclvor 5, off Toner "2.V. Wild pitches Melvor.
! Toner. - - Passed ball —Oilman. ■ Double i plays—.
Nill to Raymondito,'Jackson.,' Time of Kami —1
hour and.4o minutes.- : Umpires—Hhackleford and
Ostdiek. 'i. -.. .;.-,-' ■
SPOKANE; 3. VANCOUVER 2 . ' .;
VANCOUVER. B.**C.,- ; July .11.—Charlie
I Sthniutz, Vancouver's ■ premier '; wirier.' _ ; - was
knocked to all comers of the lot today by Hie
once" despised Indians,', who <aenin won their
(tame :by a i score of ■< 3 to -. 2. * Score: •
Spokane AB H II P A Vancouver AB It H P A
Wnffll. ?.b. 4 0 0 Ci :: trobjter, 3b. 4 0 1 3 2
! Million. If. 3 0 2 3 0 Bennett. 2b 3. " <• 4 4
Pappa:rf.. 4 1 0 2 (MKlppert, cf. 4 l 2 •'! ii
\VamnT.2b 4 i 2 5 2,'Frisk.rf.:;. •• 3 : 0 0 0 0
Lynch. <-f.. .i 1 3 I 2.\VnNh. n>.. i 3..0 j, I'D : 0
McCarl.lb. 4 0/0-7 linrliikw.'lfr-S 01 1 ,0 . 0
Fltzsmns.s ' 4 0 •> ."i 3'Scharney,s. i-i .' i> :<> 3 2
Hannah, c. 4 0 1; .V 3 KociilckD<*.<"- I 0 f> 0
CovMlesk.p. 4 0:0.0 1 Schnintz, p. 1 n 0 0 3
: :■■ -.-- u-'—'—r^-wis:^.-, ,'.i\\ o Too
Total 34 3 527 I.' Deij-.;p;.*.'. 0 0 '0.',0-0
. I TdtnU...2R -• 027 M
Lewis batted for: Schmutz'lu, eighth. / v •.-
SCORE BY INNINGS' ;
Spokane ....... .'. .f>- 1., Oj " 9: - 0 OT 0—
Vancouver ....... i.O 0 O'.JD 0 l 0,0 1-2
,: summary; ' ■ '-".,.,• ; -;j. '■'
' Errors— t tsaimnKma, Bennett. Two bast hits—
Klppcrt (2). Wagner, , Lynch (2);" Three- base
hits—Walsh,. Wagner. -~';:Double -plays—Bennett to
i Walsh: ' Lynch- to Hannah; [leister to Walsh;
I Lynch to Hannah to".WsKiKT."' Stolen;base—-Wag
■ ner. First: base on called: balls—Off CoTal«skTe
4. off Scbniutz 2. struck oat By:Coraleskle:2,
jby • Schmutzl4.«:. Ltiti on bases—Spokane 8, Van
' couver .'. , Tune of ; ,game— 1 hour ami 4:; inln
\ ntea. " rinplrc—Casey. >" ",;X : ->~"J;V-
J CALIFORNIA LEAGUE % |
4 ,;■• .•. ~-,■;- ■- _ —-r, -,_ • -' --■
' FRESNO, .luly 11. Vratßonvllle: continued' Its*
I Rood work this-afternoon* iinri took another
! victory from tin' homes' team by ■ doinß*.better
all around fret*. • Leonard . did not hare, enough
I stuff to fool it he, \ visitors , - In the early,-staßes."
Fresno" made a £ great bid for victory." scoring
two ran* in the la.«t' Innlnc.• Score :>»i ' > .■"••'
WatHTfle ah it II I , A -Fresno AB It II PA
Eoota.RH.. \'Tt 1 '-' 9 ;o|Pierce.rf.*..,«"• to: 0-2:0
Hnlstrm.rf 4 II 1 1'• 0 : Wheeler. lh .'! 1 2-7 0
' Reid.cf... 4 0 l;3;-0 Sawyer.3b. 470-*0 2 1
Eagle.Sb.. .". o l 0 : 1 Fahey.Hß. ..>J^O?- 1 ■ ">; 4
Dprcrex.tb ': 1' fl- § fl Miwcl.tf.. :4 i i 3 0
I Snidrf.lli 0 0 0 2 0 Kinder.of. . 4 0.1 2"l
Wilimns.lf .". I I ' 3'o|ClevpnKr.2b 2 0 ft 1 0
.'iuiß!sn.'j!> i 1 (i. 2!Hoffman.c.V4 0 i R• 2
Knhn.erv." 3v (i .1:^1'. I'l.Ponnrd.p.. M f> 0,- 0 2
i Klllilay.p. 4 0 0 l'i2ll)rlscoll...; 0 1 0 0. 0
Total.. M Xα ;> 27:121 Total. . .at 3 i:: , ; 10
** RtTKS AND HITS BY INNIXCS
WatsonTllle ;....:; 0: " l i 0 10 i ; —4
, Banrhlta /. ...... :t 0 1. 2 11 ! i (V— B
Fn'stio ". . .'•'..-....... 1.O; 0■ 0 (I 0 01 0 —3
: lir.sohlts ....... :i ■; I ; 2*,'o:o° 0 0 o 2— «
" SUMMARY ,'-'..'
• r Krrors— lalirv -- (Sf.. Sawyer, Kkolji. , :Earned
ninK—Wntsonville 1. Fresno 2.""First Imsp on
.<;:..,! MI« <>(T Klllllsy o.'ort:r,eouard-2. Left
j mi bits.-- -\V-!i<onvill.' - -Flr«t; lin!«o
on . crrorn-i-Wdt«oiiTille ":. 3, Fresno I. . Two base
hit- — i'.sol.i. WlllUttHi. 'lloffmnna '• Home run— '
: Wheeler. . Slrmk ndi -Bjr Killllar 0, by .Leonard !
.1.": Dontilp pIHT--K:iclf to , (?lirist«»n(«eu to !>rvp- j
re.Mi\. t Hit by . pitflwr- ('hristfitsfii. ■•''•> Stolen
I b;iho«— Faliey.v Itpld. v ; Sacrifice. flv—Klllila.r.. Sac
rifice hits—Holstriim; , Keid. T-me of Rarae—2
I hours and B minutes.: s —Knell.
. r STOCKTON 3, SAN , : JOSE 2
- STOCKTON, .Tiily 11.-Stockton broke Yin n
deadlock sin - the ninth inning : or ' this raf t ernoon'i
jr.'ime by hammertoe ; Pitcher..Walker of iSant',rt»se |
for;three hits..?which; netted Hie winning* tally.
If ; was a, close)game * all • the.; way., through " and
many sensational ; plays : wore pulled hy both
teams. . Score: - - ,' - -.
San J.- 'ABiJl'll V - Al Stooknon A RI! PA
Abbott.rf -T> 0 1 2 <> Schmidt.rf 5 '». 3*l- 0
Najtle.lb. R 0 Oil , OjW'Uhi>lt.lf."'.r» 02 4 '-0
Smith, cf. r«r.T' 3V2; 0 Mcolella.3bi4' 10 j 3 1
Harper.lf .".0 2 ■ •"> Oiß<w>pkel,2b • 4 1- 0 .". r,
Lynn.C. '4 1 2'<> ; 1 Butler, us. 4. 0 1 « ; 2
rteoder.Sb .'! • O 0 1* .". nionin«.ib. r> 0 o*o-1
Harraet.Mi 4000 :: Andrnd:i.cf .3 r 0 0 1-0
Bankbd.2b .4. o[2<' 3 r>! Simpswi.e. IS ". 1,.2 . B I
Walker.p. 4 0I ; 0 2jlonos, p. ._. yr. , 0 1; 1; 2
Total... "2 11 •'.oil . Tot Hi. . .40 3"033 14
SCORE BY'INMNOS,
San J[Qflt .10 0 0 001 0000—2
. Basehits .2 0 1 t2 0/ 11 0 1 •_' I—ll*
■ St'K>kton .000 0 0 '2; 0: 0 o .0..; 1_ 3
It.-isehits .0 -0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 3— 9
SIMM ART , ' *,
Rrron Nagle C_'>. I.ynn. llnrnnitli (2),' Butler. \
I Hour' v ; m — Smith. Ti'rce :base hit ; — I.ynn.l
1 S;t<TihVe . hits—Header.vWHholt. Butler. Stolen
; bases—-I Iμ!-j.. i- ', il'i. Walker. I McClelland.) J First
' bnse;on called, balls—Off Walker 2. Struck out—
By .Tones 7: by Walker. 4. W Hit byj pitched ; ball -
Schmidt:' Bockel. Andruda. Left „ on; buses ,i. - —
■Stiii 14; Sun' JoM 5. - First base.'on piTors—
I Stockton i 4: ■ San •: Jose 1. f> Double -, plays—liar-
I ninth ,to "- Bnnkliead: io Nh«pl: McClellandi<tn'
BoeekeJ '.to;Thomas;V. I'.issed bull—l.ynn. Time
of J »ame— l hour and 58 •minutes; I'mplre—
; Cheshire. ' •' B : ! :
Judge Dunne Modifies
Fight Picture Order
: 3 a Age Dunne of the J superior court
yesterday evening modi . the re
straining order, preventing the moving:
pictures of the Rivers- Ritchie battle
being; shown.- .'_ ' r ■'. :
..."• Onithe presentation of .facts by coun
sel * Vrepresenting'T^ William p. Kyne;
Judge Dunne allowed the: pictures; to
be 'shown."/ .•,.•"' " J 'j, r ;-~. '.'V;>■.•;■"';;-,■■■ ■;; . ._; - ,.^,-'
": Kyne wa srequlred Ho [deposit $2,000:
and . give :' a t:\ true ;'• statement ?of \*\ fac is
until -the: case is finally disposed of.
.The: picture* were' shown last nigiit
at the Empire theater. Market street
near Sixth, and will be shown today
for the last time at this theater.
BIG LEAGUE RESULTS
! V NATIONAL LEAGUE
PHILADELPHIA. July 11.— Plttsnurgimade-a |
clean sweep of , the series of four, games' here,; the
visitors winning. today t by 7^ to 2. :-. Score: ; - -v'
; f Pitta. iAB v ii ; r a '■■ '. "vJAB' R 11. r A i
Vios.ab... 4-1 2.1 2 Broker.lf. .T4VI -I 1 0.
Carey, lf. 3 1 0 3 (HDoIaB.M... 4 lO'jl; Of 3
Koini-rs.rf ; 4"0 2 1" 0 l.obert.Sb. .4-. OK 2 ,-4 2
Butler.a*.. 42 11 si I'askert.cf.VS <■ , 0"0 ;0il!
Millar,lb s'l- 114 0 Cravath.rf *4 0-0 1 O-
W!l«on,rf. ':< 4 * o'. 12 ,- 0 .Mapet>,U>. . 4 ,0, 2*, 8 0
MeCrty.Sb 4-0 = ° 0 0 Wa15h,21... 4 0 0 4vl
Simon..:..: 4- 0 0:5 > 1 Howley.c. ,4■0,„ 0:■ ."5 ' 0
llendrix.p. 4 2 2: 0 5 Marshall.i). 2' 0 0 ,0:rl
... .i_-X-u_ nixev.p.... 0 O o.:o,«t
; ! >t Total ..30 T:9 2T 13! K.MlHer..'.<l: 1 .'l.'O^O
. *-.'- ; ! Total ...iu " 2^727 M
H. Miller batted for Mftrsnail In''the elghrli.J:-"
SCORE BY INNINGS, f]
Pittsbnrjr ....:-...: 4 0 <> - 0 0 ': 1' 1-' 1 - ■ "<V— "
Philadelphia ..:.. li 0 0 0 o: l' 0 1 o—2
t \ ''■•"•• Sr.MMUIY : - n ,~'.;''•' -
Krrors--Carey. -, J. Miller. - Dolan.' !...hpvt. Ma-,
gee. a Tw6:base;hlt»-rßfcker,. It. Mil!-;-. Three
base hits--M:«spc. - Viox. Double ', pla.v.—Walsh ito ,
Magfc. Lpft on bases — Pltt«T>urt i , - 'Philadelphia
0. *--. First base on called; balls—Off Meii'lrlx 1. t
off 1 Marshal I - 6.\f First t base; on • errors — IMttsburfr
2. Philadelphia. 1. -..".■ Struck * out—By A llondris t4. i
by) Marshall". 3;-; by Rlxf.v l. Tinted of : game—
hours. VlTiuplres—^Brennan' and Kason. , 1 '■).'■ -•. ;'
--:-• : : CINCINNATI 5. BROOKLYN : .*Yu£%:.
ItROOKLVX. . July 11. — Clnolntiati, f winning;
j again.today By 5 to :i, took all games of tbo i
series i with Brooklyn.*- * Si-ore: i - ; ; -, ; ; ? *>' s
;>-Clncrtl.*?AH.Rfll:l'.:'A|*,BrklyD'.VAß-R II P A
Devore,-. <f r» >0 ; 4 !1 O'Moran. scf. . 5 0-. 1 3.0
Hf-siii.-r, If ,42 11/3 : OlCutshaw.'-'b 4 '0 ;• 0 ;S>l
Maisniis.rf r> ;1 -0- 2-* O|\Vhent.= If.. r> 1 s 1i SO
Dodge.".Tb.' 4 0 2 2 I ! l>niibert. lh 4'l' 16 v 1
Hbblltzl.lbJ'4 "0 2 10/0 Huraincl.': rf :: o 0 o,l'
Tinker, m. 4 1 1 2 O'Smlth, Sb.. 4 12 14
(;roh. 21... ? 4 114 - 4 : Kisber '■'**. 3' it :2il S
Clark, r-.. 4 1 1 8 0 Merer......<o"; 0: 0 0 0
Ben ton, 'p.'4'O 10 ' ifKirkptrk.iM 0 0 0|l" 0
-." :. vj ___ _ — IMIH-I-. c. .. 1;' 0 0 \tijO
. Total.... >5 13 27 12IFIarh«f r.. 3~; o 0• 4 .1
|Yln:,'lltiß. p 1 0 1 11
Slack, p. .. 2 0 0 0 0
iriK-lps 10 0 0 0
I ' Total...'.':3d 3-8 2713
; Mtjrer ran for Kisher, la eighth.v--- ; : , ,*: :
-" I'helps batted for stack In ninth.
SCO UK :BY IXXIX (J S'
Cincitnati '. (i t 2 2,0 0 0; 0 —■"
Brooklyn :..... 0 0 O:8 ' 0 0 <> '■> 0--3
->'-:■ ~'■;■-■ ■;::'.■"} SIMMAUV -;'.."'.■ ' .; ,-'.',
-. —Or.ih. Benton. \ Wbfnt. Smith. Fisher. j
Left, on ' bases—Clncinnr.tl 7. Brooklyn".0." Two
base hits—Rescbev. Hobl'.taell. Smith (21:-Three
] base, lilts—Tlnker.'t Clark, Daubert.-'- First base on
errors— Cincinnati 1. Brooklyn 2. ■? Stolen b»sps—
I De-rore, Marsnns (2), Hoblltiell. Double/ play
Tinker to FloblltseU. lirst.bose-on <■-.)'■''. balls—'
Off Stack 1 off Ben ton .'!. Stru.-k out -By Ylnjj-
Uug l, by stack ■'!. by. Benten S. Wild pitches—
Benton i2>. Time of Rame-r-l. hour and 40, mi
nutes. rmpires— n:ui Ematte. ,' ;
■ ?; , ST. LOUIS 6. BOSTON 4
l: BOSTON. July 11. -Tyler, the Boston 'pitcher,
■bad one bad , imiinK '. today and St. I.ouls won
the I last game of the eerles 'by 6•to ;4. Score:
►. St. 1.. *AB II II I , A h Boston/ ABU II .P/A
HuffKlns.Sb. 1 1113 MrnTille.ss: 3 ill-,
Hauser.2b.' 2' 0 0 '3 2|McDnW.ab. 3 (> <> 0 2
Magee.lf: .■•.■> 1 1.1 •<> I.o:.l. cf. :. 20 0 () 0
Oakes.cf:.; 4 2 2 3*o Oonnolly.lf. 3 1-42 2 0
Whltted..lb 4 12 2 1 Smith.lf... :1 -0 ,0.1 0
Kntchy.lb. 3 V 1 S O Tltns.rf, ... 3■ 0 0 1 0j
I Kvnns.rf.. 3 oil oi Sweeney.2b 4 10 101
Wlniro.c..-.-3 0 0 I! 1' Mvers.ib... 3' 0 0 .0 .1 |
O'Le«ry,aa 4 0 0 2 3 Rarldeu.c.. 3f 1 .1: 0, 1
Burk, t>... l , ifli'o; 0;: i Msnn.cf... 2 0 it 1 0
Bailee, p.. 'J 11 0 0 0 Deri I n,3b:. 10012
—- -r. ~ Tyler.p.... 2 0 114
T0ta1...53 •; 827 11 Seymour... 10 1 0 0
,"' C011in5. . .... 0 0 0-0 0
;*:;'•' , Browu . 1 0. 0 0 0
-':..:'■ ... I Total 32 4627 12
Lord batted for 'McDonald in sHth. . :;', ,;
•;■' Seymour, batted .for' Mann In sixth. .■_.-■ ■
ii Coll inn rnn for Seymour; in sixth. * . , _■■■'. \ ':,
; Brown batted for Tyler in ninth. " /"i.';
'.- ' SCdltE BY INNINGS •'
St. I.fiiiis .:.....'. .0. (I 0 i) 14 0 ! o—f.
Boston ........... .2 0 00 0 2 0 'I 0—
SUMMARY
Errors— MnranvilH-. Sweeney;' Devlin. 'Tyler.
Two base : bit- Oakea. 1 Three; base ihlt—Rarlden.-.
Home, run C.>:nioll>-. Stolen bases—Maranvllle.'
Ilauser.' limbic iplaje-— Maranrlllc and Myerx;
D'Leary, llnus"r and.Konetchy; 1.-ft on bases—
St. Loata ■■."),%Boston 7. r First base on called
balls- Off Murk r>, of Tyler. 2. First '>>:>■<'■ on '
errors—St. - Louis 1. Hit by pitched ball—lius ]
gins -by Tyler: • Rariden, h.v Bnrk. > Stn-.ck out — j
By * Burk -i. by Tyler * (i, r by Sallee :.] ,y., Wild ]
—Tyler. • Tlm<» of iKanie—2 hours and '1 i
Diiuute.;rlj'niplres-;-Klom*,ind Ortli. ; >;- ."C % . "■> \i.
■ NEW. YORK 14, CHICAGO ; 4 \'•
NEW .YORK; July II, — New':Yorks' over
whelmed': their old rivals, the cliicu(co Cube, at
the Polo grounds tedaj , , 1( to 4. S'-ore - .
Chicago AB RHP A] New York AB X IIP A i
Liach.cf-3b 4 i ,10 2 Burns. 1f... ,4 '.'i ' 1 3 0
Gvers. 2b.. 2 0 HvO 1 Shafer, 31».. '5 0 0' 0 0
Mitchell, cf. 2 0 12: o'Hraar, Sb.. 1 1 1 0 2
Ritchie, p.. 0 0 0 (I 0 KletchT.ss. i; 1 4 13
Hclmlte.rf;£4 9 10 0 Doyle. 2h... 3 4 3 0 l
[ rheln,3b-2b 4 3 - 0 5 Herzo(f.'2b. 1 <> v 3 2
Sfiier. lb.. a 1- ' I s ■-' Merkle. lb. r> 3 .' 8 0|
Miller. If.. 4 0 1 2 OJMnfray. rf. :'>.,2. 4 10
C<nr4Ann.atf 4" 0 0 0 2[Wils6n. c:. - (i <> l 0
Brsnahan.c 4. 0 1 5 2!Mi>vors/c. . 2 0 1 5" 0
Lavender,p 2 0 v. 0 0 Hartley; c 1 0 10 01
Pierce, p .. 0 i> 0 0 ofrnodgrae.rf :2 0 'i;.. 1 0
Wlliams.cf; 2 0 >> : 1 O'McCrmk.cf. 10 0 1 0
; _■;— ! .-sretiu. p. 2 0, 1 .0 0
, Total... .33 1 S 21 I4l('ooper. (I 0 O'OiO
'Kroim-.iM. p. 4 1 2,0 1
I Total. .1:44 14 22 27 0
Cooper ran for ■ TssrMfl in the third. , ".
SCORE BY INNINGS .
! cklracn ......... .0 ■ 3 3 0 0 0.0 O'O— 4
New York .......0 0 3 4 2 3 3 Ox—l 4
SUMMARY"
.Errors— l.e:ich (.1). /Mitchell. Miller i2i. Wil
son. : '■. First -base on '-■■ errors—-New"-York - ,'i. Two
base hits—Phelan. . Bresnahan. :- I>oyie. Grant; ,
Fletcher •'■; 121. Stolen —Fletcher. : ; bea-efe, ,, *
Doyle. Cooper,". Mitchell." Left '■ on -■ bases— New
York; 10, Chicago S. First base on called balls—,
Off;.Tesreau 1. off i Lavender; •!, ■ off "Pierce.! , 1.
Struck out— By Teereau '■'>. by Fromnie 4. by Lav
ender 3. ■ Time of game—2,hour-and 2.minutes.
Umpires—Rlßler. and;, Byron. ■ • •'
International Athletics
Regulations
NEW YORK, ; July:; 11.—Secretary
James; K. Sullivan of the Amateur Ath
leticininion : today received the tenta
tive regulations to govern international
amateurV; •thletics, to' be .discussed:; in
Berlin "August 21 next, at a meeting:
of 'the' proposed; international amateur
athletic federation. :;:; ~" .."";.';
The communication Vis from J. S. ' Ed-
Btroia oT Sweden, president of the pro
visional committee appointed at Stock
holm- 'July IT, 1012, to standardize and
control ':. the world's amateur athletic
events. The functions of the interna
tional f federation will be ; restricted ito
three activities, as follows: ; * '■"['. ■;■■'■_ >
■ To draw," up-and agree to rule* unci regula
tions ■ for. International •■' competitions :.-. in » ath
letics. •/ ':.* :' .-• :' ; "- ' ■-.-: .:; •, *. * ■
»" To 'register world's ?Olympic and national
records.- .' ■ '.■_.■-•,•-.> . ,„;.'
,-, To ■ draw jup ,1' common ; ntnatpiir ; definition for
international '.athletic Scompetitions.-;-"" "■ ' .> .-,
Tin- follnwiiiK ar<' to h<« : reglstered for
."world'«.records"vbyithe fedoratiou:i. '.,■-.-■:■■ >.
■: Itnnnlnsr-—100;>200.* 400.V 8t». i,o<k>. 1.r.00,
5.J000, , J5.000, 10,000. j 20,000 and 80,000- meters;:
oiip-ha!f and "one hour's; running., ~" ■' : i .-
Bardic* races—llo'and 400 meters. .- :
y- IJ <•1 a y ;■•,; races .. (teams ;■; of 4) —400 and ,1,000
meters.-** ".'■■ ''': :'"■■ ' ; ." ''- -■'■ •■•'■ . '■' " : ■' -
Team '.'• races ; (teams of ~ — 1,500, 000 - and
10,000 meters. -r: ; • -:.\i ■■■-■.■>■■ .r w - ;vi:; ■:
> Walking— and 100 kilometers. ■~* v J
itritratng 1 high J Jump; i standing) hi jump: run
ning • Ions; , Jump : « stntniiner I' long < .lump: •; hop,* step
iiii<i jump; ; ; throtrlnff f the Jatelin '£. (with-:- javelin
beld 5s In ■■" the ? 7 middle ? best (- hand : S throwing,-" the
javelin,»; rielit ?and. left,*;hand;Ctithrowings£the
discus, right hand and' left-hand;* throwing "the
: discus/-" best : hand; ?; putt Ing 'A the 1 weight, : best
hand: puttlii.ar ;the ! weight''light and left;,hand;
throwing ; the , bammpr. •.-..;/.':;;,:': ; -
Vancouver Oarsmen Win
All Events
■ IVANCOUVER, B. C, July 11. —Hun-
dreds of s enthusiasts ?; watched ft Vancou
ver "hog the show" in this -afternoon's;
repratta; on Indian river, winning , four
out of five events. ; / : r -,
yln the first - event F. G. Hudson,
V. , Ft -.;'. <'.. polling a slow, powerful
stroke," covered the mile and fa half in
10*:3fi3-ri,; defeating D. GL Cooper of
Portland by six len,?tlis, who was also ;
defeated for second by F. Hender
son, V. A. C.
r ln the junior fours ~ Vancouver/ took
first place, covering the mile and i
half in 9:06 3-5, with Victoria second.
I , (irtland third and Vancouver second:
crew last. ' . ,
Tlio junior doubles, the next event On ,
the card, went to the home crew also;
so did the tinal. '
AMERICAN : h, LEAGUE
CHICAGO. July 11—Now York played a slug
gliiK'game today and defeated Chicago, 11 to 1.
Score: .'-■".■;■ -:": -■» ■-, '<■'■■ ■ _- : * -:
i X. York AB RHP A'< Chicago AB R II PA
I Daniels, rf 5 2 4 r> oneall-'cf.V. 4 01 l ">
Walter, »S3 ilvfl ORnth," 2h... 3:0; l i 2
We*, if... i 2 i or.ord ;»{>... 4 0:0 fT i
Hi>-**ell.2l) 8 12 ; 1 ::chnse. lb'.::'4 12 7 2
I Peknpgh.ss 4:0-12 4 Collins, .'.,'» 0 0 1. 0
Knlfrht,, lb ."> 1.3 9 OF>>iirnter. rf Jl 0 0 2 0 i
Zelder. 3b; J 4 11 - 3 0 Bodle. 1f... 4 0:1, 3. 2|
J. Smith, cl 3 11 2 0, 1 Schalk, C..-2 0 0 1.1
Keating, > p 8 1, 1 0 3|Kuhn,, c..;:. 0 0 0 2 0
-^-4-'-^-'—Weavrr,':ss.*'3-0':0..;7 4
Total.: 38 II IT 27 Br len, p. r ,l'*oilo*:l 1
-:\./ ■ ;- - ;■'-;? jShiiller 1 0 O 0 l>
..'; , ,' ■ White, ' p. . 0 "-OxOvO (1 |
'«." \" ' >'- C. Smith, p2olt I 1
' }' " .' ! 'T0ta1.:;.'.32 • I*s 27 14
'■■[ Shaller batted for O'Bricn in fifth. ,
v ; .■•.'■; SCORE BY INNINGS.
New York .. ;V.... 0 0 3>o '1 * 7'o 1 0 .*- o—ll !
Catcngo :v.;:..;...-. f 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0— 1 I
' '• v '-*' . . Sr.MMAKY '• , ".
-; V Errors—Ruth, l?odh\ Wf-arer »2). Two base
ljit--ITartzoll. "■'Tlire«>7bßsP. ir " hits— Daniels.- , Chase,
I Botlle. Home run—Cree. Stolen ,' bases— Cree,
PecklnpnuKl). Kuhn - (2) ft; Lord. .;, Double J pin— j
I Weaver to V Rath: i> Until '* to Weaver to i' Cliase. '
Left on oases— Now i'ork m>. Chi.-nBO 8. First i
basel on ■ called ilwlis—^Off.-O'Brien: ">; r off Keating .
:!. off » White 1. off C. Smith 12. Hit ;by pit.-he.! I
ivtllK— By Keating Weaver:; by ; White. Zeiiler. \
Struck;out— Kestlnjt 5, by C. Smith 2. Wild |
Keating. Time of gatnr —2 hours. - Tin-
I pl>vs—Kviuis and Sheridan. ;,':'. '.\\ ''-; '•
PHILADELPHIA 11. CLEVELAND 5 - j
U C;.KVELANI>. July 11. — Philadelphia made It
Aw out of ■- three today, defeating - Cleveland, i
111' -to:s;'. Score; J > '•./(. ■ ■'• . 1
tleve. 1 - AB Ft II PAI Phlla:. AB II IIP A
.Thiistn.lb. 4'l 1 *8 OiE.Mrphy.rf.4 .2- 3 3 0
I Cbpnin.ss.. 4 1 1 »3 2lOldring.lf-. 4; 0- I 0 0|
! Tnriier.il>. :! 0 n ";2 01rolHns.2b.. 2 10 0 7]
Iliiti's.. , :!-. . 1-0 0 1. " linker.. . 5 0 1 2 1
.Tacksn. tt : , «; 2 1 1 tlMcljmis.lb. 5 '13 9 0 |
Laf>le.2b.. 4 111 Stmnk.cf. . -." 2,. 0 0
Rrnn.'cf.. 2 0 •> ' 1 Ojßarry.ss:..; r> "■ .3 5 0
T.i■ll.iilil.cf. 2 0 10 I'Sclmns.c.. . 4 2 *_• 2 "
(Jronev.lf. 4 0 2 7 01 Bender,p... 3 0 0 0 2
O'Neil. <-. .1 0 0 0 2 ' — — —
Bassler.c. 2 0 1 0 1 0 Total :. .37 II 27,10
Kahler.p. . 1, 0 •> << '1 »,
llJtniriK.il. . .". Ii 1 0 01
. , i
_~" - Total. ... •#"» *» R*MS| _*" ■ . t .
;" ./ SCOBS BY. INNINGS :.""
i Cleveland ........0 0 0 0 0 0 1%4 0— 5
j Philadelphia ......1 3 0:0 0 5 0 3 o—ll
* . SUMMARY
V Krrors—Chapman. , O'Neill, -Bassler. Two bass
bite—Graney, Lajoie,; :'-Lell>old,' Barry, % Strunk.
Three base'hits—Schann.'Mclnnis.BariT.! Jack
»ion. ■ Sacrifice hit Ol<Mn«. '■<■ Stolen bus-—Mur
piiy.> First; base on ' called balls— Off Kohler 2.
off BlhihUiik 1. off Bender 1. Hit by pitched
ball—E. Murphy by. Kahler. Struck out— By
Blandluß 1. by Bender 2. Passed ball—Ba»»ler.
Wild —Bender. Left on bases—Cleveland
4. Philadelphia r>. Time of frame—2 hours. Um
plies— Connolly/andiMcOrei'vy. ,' .
f; ; r WASHINGTON 5, DETROIT 3 . -
>: DETROIT,.; July 11.— Detroit's errors helped
Pitcher Joe Boeblinf to his ninth straight vic
tory today. ; Washington winning the last game
of . the series ."> to 2: ■.'.- ".::••■". :
Wash." : ABB II P 41 Detroit ABB II i , A
Morjr.iu.2b 4 113 1 Bush.si .... 4 0 0 2 i
Foster. '..-., 1. 1 0 SiVlU.3b.... 4 0 ' 117
Milan.cf... 4 114 ; Crawfrd.rf. 4, 0 1 I 0
icjandll.il).. 4:1 212 OVeacU.lf... ■"■• 0 0 2 0
Calvo.lf.'..- 2 i 1 _• of Gainer, 1b... 4 1 117 0
Shanks.rf.'.*4 i> 0 2 0 Stanage.c...-4 ;13 0 2
Mcßrlile.ss 3 0 1 0 4lllifi;h.cf.... 3 0 0 40
Henry, 4 0 .14 o!r»udpn,2b.. 2-> 0 0 0 3
Boeblin.p.. 4; 0 0 0 1| WUlet.p.... 0 0 0 0 i
•v--: , __- — — House.p.... 1 00 0 2
Total... 527 14 Lake.p..... I 0 " 0 i
ICobb I 0 0 0 0
♦ ' imbue..... 1 '• 0 0 0
. " . ; .- , 'Rondeau... >I\'O : 0 ,0 0
.f ~ ;. •• :I : T0ta1....33'2 C 27 30
v i -I>l> t>H!tert fi.r House in ninth.
1 T baited for Louflen in nlntb.
Rondeau batted for Lake la ninth.
; SCORE BY INNINGS !
Washington .:.... 0 i. 3 0 1 00. 0-6-^5
Detroit .........,;... 0 1 ~0 <> 100 0 it-2
"?■};'?. ",'■■■' .SUMMARY '.-''.■..■.■ ;• J
f Errors—Bbaak«. Vit't '.('.'A. Louden. . Three ba*e
hit—Stunoße. -..-■- Stolen -Stanaße. * Double
; play—-Biish.-I»uden and Gainer. Left on bases —
W.-iwiiiusto'i 7. Detroit K. First base on called
balls—Off Willet 3. off BoehJißji 2. Hit by pitched
j ball—By Willet fCalvo). by ;- Boehlhtg (Veach).
j Struck 'out—By Boehlinc(4. 5; Time of rame - !
' hoi;, end .16 minutes. Umpires— o'Louglilin | and
i Hildebrand. ' - >
ST. } LOUIS 5. BOSTON 1
ST. LOUIS.* July 11. -St. liouis" took a lead in
th- first Inning that Boston ooaW not overcome
and won the final genu* of the series by I score
of .". to 1 Bcore: -; ; ■•'• W'..V -j-"«. 'it ': • "- ;
Boston AB RHP A sr Loah AB R il PA
Hooper, 3• 0 1 0 oijJbotten.cf.. 5 1111 j
Yerk.-s.if.. 4 .0 1 1 Ojßrlef.lb. .:.'3 ,2 212 2
I-toeeker.cf. 4 1 1 3 o|Pn«tt.2b.:.. 4 <> 1 14
Lewis If.. 4 0 15 oUViniams.rf"3, 1 I2>-3 I
lJardner.3b 4 0 s 11. Oi.Tohnstoh.cf 1110 0
Kn2le.ib... .i 0 l •"■ oJWallace.3b. 4 0 0 10
[Wajrner.M. 2,0 1/ 4? 2 Lavan.ss.: . 2 0■ " I I
I rarrlgan.c. 3 0 0 •' 3 Acm-w..-. . 3 0 3. B 3
I Beillent.p.-.'-O-0 0 " '' Hamilton,p. 4.0 0 -' -
l/ponard,p. 2 0; 0 " i — ; ——
Maloy.p... 0 0 0 O'Oj T0ta1....53 r>lo 27 20
I Junviin. ... 1 noon - '
Total.. ..31 1 .7 24 B .
- .l:iii\rin batted for, Leonard in the eighth. - - t
:; SCOKE BY INNINfSS
Boston .*. :.. ..... .1' i> i> 0■ 0 " 0 (i < o—l i
St. Louis ...;.;... 4 OOOO' 8 i .i s-—o
-;■;.-,., '-.-":. .summary:. .
Errors—-Wagner. Lavan." Hamilton: Two base
1 Agnew, Brief.. Williams. Stolen base—
AKiiew; Double plays—Williams ;to -A?new::
Pratt.') La van to Brief. Left on base! —St. Louis
R. Boston 5. : First base -, on called balls—Off
Bedlent';.V off ; Hamilton 2. Hit by pitcher—
LdTito "by M.iioy. ; Struck .'out— By He bo 11 ton 4.
,by;Bedi('Ut. 1. by Leonard 5. Time of gauie—2
hours and ."> minutes. I'niplrej Dlneen % and
Esau. ' . ' £. ' ".; ' ■ .'.
, - ', ■ , ■ - ::_..«■ .... : _. .::--.
American Whist League
Names Officers
CHICAGO, July I.—C. L. Patten of
New York city "was elected president
of the American Whist league at its
business meeting? here today. - •
;; Other officers elected were A. J. Mou
att. Chicago, vice president; M. P.
ECaleer, > ; t. Louie, ! corresponding secre
tin-; .J. C. Beardsle>. Cleveland, record
ing secretary. K. Q. Comstock, Milwau
kee;: treasurer. /'
The following directors were elected
for three years: George 3. :Adams, New
York: C< "D. McChe»nejr, Chicago; A.
Ryeedale, Grand Rapids., *
* p. [lutchins, : Springfield,' Mage,
was " elected - to ) fill the • two j years of the
unexpired term7of"Mr. 'Mouatt.:- '-', •
TRISTATE LEAGUE |
Pendleton 0. Boise 2.
Walla Walla 10, North • Ynkiina .4.
AUSTRALIANS GREAT CRICKETERS
•-IPITTSBUKO.■» July • 11. —A . large * crowd : wit
nessed ; the , first: Innings *of: a , cricket game; here
today;'between ;; the ; tourinc: Australians anil a
team r vrepresenting:";the -s>PittPburtf;." Field : - clnb;
The local | cricketers, made a : jtpod • showing, against
the 1 visitors, getting ? them v all k oat , ? for i 127 runs,
which Ii said to be t&e itiasUeti total made in
one 1 Inning ■by \ the \ Australians during j their tour.
The local team, however, , could-dotnothing, with
the wonderful ... bowl ins; ;of c i heir 'i opponents« and
gathered 44 runs. :;• Play will, tie resumed tomor
row. •*;- C.-.r.-ri -'■•■: '"-.-". ' ..'■ ; .. ■.';."•'. '.'• ':'■;. '"'.
CAKOE CUP DEFENDER ; WINS
BROOKLYN. N. V.. July 11. —H. B. F.ritton.
i',!iniiiH>i|iie ; Canoe . and \ Motor ■ Boat; club, * lost; the
first < international Z race for the ' canoe ] challenge
atrophy here this; afternoon.', Brittoo was Knot
ionly > beaten \by Leo prletie, defender of tho cup,
bht- also 5 was, disqualified » for fooling a' mark, s-;^
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DEFIED HIS ROYAL UMPS
WILLIE GREEN
■They made * him* fniitain of the team," which
' swelled Ills heart; with pride ■
And added '" hauteur to his mien, majesty to his
.. ? stride. ;".. '_■ - ■':.'-■''■ ' ' 7r* '■ J ..'
Wbcoe'f be strode upon • the field his smile
; ; 'wa3 always Hand:
- He never fjiilwl to throw a glance up into' the
grandstand. -
Ho m:iil(> three hits and one home run. then stole
in 'from; third base;
In ; fact that afternoon he was the hero of the :
place.,;.-.
The rooters .'yelled;' until quite hoarse: "Take
; ; . off yonr cap, you lout."
' He doffed his headgear,' with a grin, in answer
- : ':', to the , shout. '
When first th'-y made him captain turn Mi heart
began to swell:
The ■ swellliis took ■an upward turn and" raised
the merry—: _•
It puffid Oils; youngster's thinker; till his cap
v prow very small.
And after flint, he failed to sec His Royal
Imps nt all.
"You're out!" the umpire shouted, but the young
' . Vf- man did not I budge,' , ,
And when the limps repeated it he merely
answered "Fudge!" . .- . * ..
And now lie stands outside the fence and peep?
i'.,-'■[ ln at the game. ' i •
"In thirty days." the umpire say*,. "I think:
~ '•'■"' he'll come-back 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 In bad shape in ■
the fourth round and Referee Frank
Schuler used good judgment in stop
ping; the contest as Plagg had no
chance. V • ■■//*-■. .;, .' ' ■' • :
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 ;-i all . that came his way, and
fought back even though the battle
was going against him. Near the end
of the third round he sent Watson's
head back ' with several straight ; lefts
which angered the J 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.
if Plagg was 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 after Watson. The latter meas
ured him and put another right to ; the
jaw which sent Plagg reeling and Ref
eree,<Sqhuler lost no time in stopping
the fight. : , Plagg would not have
lasted? , the round had the referee < al
lowed it to go on. ■ ''.'
Sailor ; Charley Grande knocked out
Jack . O'Neil. the English . light heavy -
weight, in a round. The latter was
boxing, nicely when * Grande landed 3a :
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 sailor's haymakers. ;
Bubbles Robinson, the colored light-'
weight; of Los 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. ~v
Eddie; Miller and Kid Bertelsen, two
;of the best . 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 th**
better oi the early fighting, but Miller
evened it up in the last two rounds. .
Kill Exposito stopped Buck Brown,
the colored,lightweight of Philadelphia*
in .-the; fourth round. >;; The latter proved;
a. clever fighter, but Exposito crowded
him and landed a haymaker in the
fourth. The bout was stopped.
Heine. Orchard ; stopped Raymond
I Monroe in a round. • •
Tony FJaroni outboxed Ketchel
and was given a four round decision.
In the curtain raiser Jack Bratton
was awarded the decision over Johnny
Aaron.; :
A subscription ..was taken for WUlle.
I Iloppe, the Butchertown lightweight.
j who recently suffered an : injury to his;
i hands as a ; result of a toy cannon ex
: piodlnir. .A couple of hundred dollars
|Uvas collected for the Butchertown lad.
A.d Wolgast,the7former 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 $s: ',
Frank ' Logan, $0: Charles ; Miller, $5;
Doctor Koenigstein. $5: Opttmo cigar.
$5. A good sum was collected from the
audience. '•'■ "J
A number of fighting celebrities were
:on hand. Willie Ritchie, Leach Cross ,
and other stars were present.
No Frenzied Finance in
This League
.CALUMET, Mich.. July 11.— Calumet
and Heela Mining "company, which pro
vides free libraries,' free hospitals, free
schools, free bathhouses, etc., for the
people ;of r Calumet 3 and ; vicinity, has
now provided free baseball,- ; with; eight
well organized and strongly patronized
teams, c Admission to ■ all parks, scat-
in .five? towns, of the district, is
free - and ; the { sport put up is ;of i high;
class, with half a dozen former major;
"and many ,: former minor leaguej players
in the teams. V M ■ \ '
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