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AND THEN THE SEALS WON ANOTHER GAME
LEFTY LEIFIELD,
LIKE SHERIDAN,
SAVES THE DAY
Hurried to the Firing Line in
the Ninth, He Mows
'Em Down as With
Canister
Lefty proved a very handy
man on the ]ioh yesterday afternoon,
checking a belated batting: rally in the
eighth frame, when the Tigers took to
swatting and threatened to capture a
game that looked to be sewed up.
Seven saff biugles had been annexed
off Jess Baker and Doc Thomas in this
frame, when the former big league
star was called upon to save the day.
The bases' were crammed, two were
' down and two runs were needed to tie
the score, and a single would have
tied it. I
This was the situation handed to tbe
big southpaw with Meloan, a snappy
left handed sticker, facing him. It
was this same chap who had started
the rally in the opening of the eighth,
when he sent one of Southpaw Baker's
binders against the right field boards.
Even with such a dangerous hitter as
M<=loan faring him. Leifield went on the
bill .iust as if he had walked out of an
Jre chest. Meloan watched one bend
over the rubber and then belted at two.
which he missed, and the day was saved
for the Seals, score 11 to 9.
DON IV f BROOK AFFAIR
It was the real Donnybrook of the
season, nine pitchers participating in
the affray, and most of them were
pounded to a fareyouwell.
The Tigers looked to have the game
clinched in the third frame when they
rounded out five runs, sending Henley
to th» bench In the same half of the
frame the Seals went them some better,
rapping out «teht runs, causing Klep
fer and Raleigh' to b» canned in the
same round.
Patterson sineled to left In the third;
Klliott bit safely to right field and
Klepfer advanced both men on an in
fold out Carlisle walked, filling the
bases Kane doubled to center, scoring
Patterson. Elliott and Carlisle. Bay
less' double scored Kane.
Pakf replaced Henley. Brasbear
sineled to center and scored Meloan,
who was running for Bayless.
ONE Bt «.v i\>i\r.
In tbp third Clarke walked, Baker
s'naled to right and Charles singled by
fiorond. scoring Clarke: McArdle beat
but an infield bit. filling the bases: .
Johnston flied to Karre: Schaller was
bit by a pitched ball. Baker scoring.
Raleigh replaced Klepfer: Downs
reached first on Elliott's error of a
X rounder in front.-of the plate. Charles
B "i ing: Corhan singled over short, the
ball hounding pver Hasp's head. Mc
trdle and Schlatter scoring; Cartwright
singled to° left field, rilling the bases:,
S'-hmidt batted for Clarke.
Koestner replaced Raleigh: Schmidt
fouled out to.' o Carlisle, who made a per-,
throw to the, plate. Downs scoring
when Elliott dfoppe.d the. ball. Corh'a'n
going to third on the play and scoring
later on a. wild pitch; Baker singled to
r'ght. scoring Cartwright: Charles
forced Baker at second, ending the in
; \. ." .
BAKER HITS SNAG
Baker went great until the eighth,
when he struck a snag; Meloan started
it by walloping the right field boards:
Brashear lined to the left field fence, j
Meloan taking second: Hosp singled
through short scoring Meloan: Litschi
einsrled by third, scoring Brashear.
Thomas replaced Baker; Patterson
singled, filling the bases: O'Rourke bat
ted for Sterrett and popped to Charles:
McDonnell, batting for Griffin, who had
been pftching since the sixth frame,
singled to left, scoring Hosp and Lit- ]
schi: Carlisle flied to Cartwright; Kane
singled to left field, filling the bases.
It was here that Leifield was sent to
stop the slaughter and winged Meloan
on strikes.
Xot a man reached first on Leifield in
the ninth. The score:
VENICE
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Carlisle, t. t 4 1 0 1 1 0
KaDe. c. f B 1 2 3 1 0
Bayless. r. f 2 0 1 0 ft 0
Brashear. 2b » 1 2 4 1 ft
Hosp. ss 5 1 1 0 ■ 1
IJtsrhl. 3b 5 1 ft 1 2 0
Patterson, lb 3 1 2 10 0 0
Elliott, c 2 1 1 .'1 1 2
Klepfer, p 1 ft 0 ft ft o
Cirifflu. p 1 »» 1 ft 2 ft
Meloan. r. f 3 2 1 1 0 0
Raleigh, p 0' O It O 1 O
Koestner. p , 1 0 ft It ft 1
Sterrett. c 1 ft 0 1 1 ft
O'Rourke. c 1 o o ft 0 ft
M-Donnell 1 ft 1 ft 0 0
Bantu 0 0 « ft ft 0
Total 42 » 14 24 13 4
O'Rourke butted for Sterctt In ninth.
McDonnell baried for Griffin In uintb.
■ , SAN FRANCISCO
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Charles, r. f 4 1 2 3 W 0
MeAn*le. n> 8 i 2 IS l ft
Johnsi .ii. X f 4 1 1 1 0 ft
K< bailer L ** 4 2 2 1 ft 0
Downs. 2b 5 1 1 0 2 0
oCorban. as 3 1 2 ft 1 ft
rartwright, ss 4 1 2 ° 2 5 0
<larfce. c ft t ft I 0 ft
H. -nley. p ft -ft 0 1 1 0
Schmidt, c 4 (i ft . 4 ft 0
Thomas, p ft 8 ft. ft ft 0
Baker, p 4 13 110
I. cifleld. p... 0 it ft ft 1 0
Total 39 11 15 27 12 0
. RUNS AND HITS BT INNINGS
Venice 0 ft I ft ft ft ft 4 ft— 9
Basohlts 0 ft .1 6 0 1 1 7 ft—l 4
San Francisco ft ft 8 2 ft ft 1 ft x—ll
Basebits . % 1 1 « 4 ft 0 2 1 x—l 3
SUMMARY
Four run* and 4 bita off Henley in 2 1-3 in
p'lijs, 2 runs and 3 lilts off Klepfer in 2 1-3 In
nings. 3 run? and 2 hits off Raleigh ( taken out In
third. 3 on and 1 outl. 2 run* and 7 hits off
Baker (taken out In eighth. 2 on. and no outsl.
2 runs and 2 hits off Thomas In 1-3 innin;
i taken net with bases fnllt. 1 run and 2 hlt« off
Griffin in 2 inning«. Charge defeat to Raleigh.
* rrdit Tictory to Baker. Home run—Schaller.
Two base hits—Kane. Bayless. Stolen base*—
Joanstoa. Schaller. First base on called balls —
Off Henley I, off Baker 1. off Klepfer 1, off
Griffin 2. Struck out- By Henley 1. by Baker
::. hv i.eifleld 1. by Klepfer 2. by Koestner 1.
by Griffin 1. Hit by pitched ball—Schaller. by
Oriffln; Charles, by Griffin. Double plays—
Bate* to M'Ardlr. Passed ball—Elliott. Wild
pitches —Koestner. Baker. Earned runs—San
Francisco 3. Venice 8. Left on bases— San
Francisco 7. Venice 5. Tito* of game—2 hours
and 3 minutes. Umpires—Bush and Guthrie.
Governing Soccer Body
Admits America
NEW YORK, Aug. 15.—Secretary T.
AY*. Cahill of the United States of
America Football association received
.1 cablegram today from C. A. W,
Hirschman. secretary of the Interna
tional football association, saying the
rmergencv committee of that associa
tion had admitted to membership the
United States of America Football asso
ciation.
This recognition by the governing
i er body of the world makes It pos
sible for this country to compete In
• the Olympic soccer games at Berlin
in 1916.
it also means, according to the an
nouncement made here, that the I'nlted
States association will conduct the in
ternational soccer contests at the Pan
ama exposition at San Francisco in
WORLDS SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP
If George Richardson, the present one mile
c hampion. can defeat Fred Marshall on Sunday,
August 24. at the Coliseum in the pursuit race
he will be the first skater who has done it.
Clifford Howard of Los Angeles, generally re
garded ss the second best skater on tbe coast
Just now. thought he would do what so many
had failed in accomplishing, but he came In
vsrds behind. Will Richardson haTe better luck ?
T 1 c world's champion Is certainly skating In
excellent form just now, his sprint against Dan
Arena g. perhaps, tbe fattest skating seen at
tlie Coliseum this year
Standing of Clubs
in Coast League
W. L. Pet.
Portland .*. 60 B5 RB7
Sacramento 63 61 SOS
1 .o* Angeles . . 66 65 504
Venice 66 6S 483
San Francisco 63 70 474
Oakland 63 71 470
RESULTS OF GAMES
San Francisco It, Venice 0.
Portland 2, Onklnnd 1.
l.os Angeles 5. Sacramento 0.
(■AMES TODAY
Venice at San Francisco.
onklnnd at Portland.
Sacramento at Los Angele".
VETERAN DILLON,
HIGHLY HONORED,
PLAYS HIS BEST
Six Thousand Fans Acclaim
"Pop's" Leadership of
Angels and Make
Him Present
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 15. —Frank Dil
lon, veteran manager of the Lee An
geles baseball club, responded to the
acclaim of 6.600 fans, who gathered to
day to pay him tribute on the tenth
anniversary of his leadership of the
Angels by sending a winning combina
tion to the field to oppose Sacramento,
ramento.
Dillon's team no* only outplayed the
Wolves in evvery department of the
game, but Dillon himself came in for a
large phare of the credit for victory.
He covered first base perfectly, and in
the sixth inning sta rtod a baKing rally
that turned the tide of battle in favor
of the southerners by placing a drive
over second for a single.
.Having hit safely, Dillon retired in
■ favor of Moore.
The final penre was 5 to O. perritt
allowing -Sacramento not more than
one hit to an inning.
A floral horseshoe and a silver table
set were presented to the Angel leader
before the game.
Special athletic events, in which the
players of both clubs participated, were
then staged.
The Los Angeles players won every
speed contest except the bunt and run.
which was called a iraw after Ken
worthy and Howard tied in two at
tempts. Score:
'. : SACRAMENTO
• ° AB. IL BH. PO. A. E.
Young ss •. 4 ft 8 5 I ft
Lewis. ] f ; 4 0 0 1 ft ft
Moran rj t 3 ft ft 4 ft .0
Shinn. r. f...° s 4 0 ft ft ft 0
Tennant, lb '...4 ft 1 Ift n O
Hallinaij. ss 4 0 2 1 4 0
Bliss, c '. 2 0 1 2 2 0
Arellanes. p 2 ft ft f» 2 ft
Stark. 2b 3 ft 1 3 3 ft
Van Buren 1 0 ft ,ft ft ft
Klnsella. p 0 ft ft 0 l> 0
Wolvertoo I 0 ft f» 0 0
Total , 32 0 7 24 15 0
Van Buren Arellanes in seventh.
Wolverton batted for Bli«s in ninth.
LOS ANGELES
AB. R. BH. PO. A. K.
Page, 2b 4 ft 2 ft 3 0
Ellis 1. f 3 0 2 3 ft 0'
Dillon, lb I <» 1 8 ft 0
Maggart,. c. f 1 I ft 6 0 0
Howard, r. f I 1 ft 2.0=0
Johnson, ss 4 1 2 1 2 1
Metxger. 3b 4 ft 8 6 _> 0
Arbogast, c 4 ft 0 7 1 0
Perritt. p 3 ft 0 1 .3 0
Moore lb 1 1 ft 3 0 0
Wotell 0 1 8 ft <-
Total •*» 3 10 27 11 1
Moore ran for Dillon in sixth.
Wotell rsn for Maggart in eighth.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Sacramento 0 0 0 ft 0 ft 0 0 ft— 0
Basehlta t- 1 ft 0 1 1 1 1 I—7
Los Angeles 0 0 ft 0 ft 2 0 3 x— 3
Basehits 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 2 I—lo
SUMMARY
Six hits. 2 runs off Arellanes in C Innings:
charge defeat to Arellanes. Two base hits —
Page. Tennant. Sacrifice hits—Ellis. Perritt.
Stolen bases —Maggart (2i. Moore. First base OH
called balls —Off Arellanes o. off Perritt 2. off
Kinsella 2. Struck out—B.V Arellanes |. by
perritt 6, by Kinsella 1. Balk—Perritt. Time
of game—2 hours. Umpires—McCarty and Held.
Comiskey Takes Maggart
From Angels
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 13. —The chances
of the Los Angeles Baseball club to
win the Pacific Coast league pennant
this year took a slump today when it
became known that President Comis
key of the Chicago Americans had ex
ercised his option on Harl Maggart.
center fielder.
Maggart. who has been leading the
Coast league in battitig, and who has
been second in stolen bases and a good
run getter as well, has been one of the
greatest assets of the Los Angeles
team. He is expected to go to Chicago
immediately.
Comiskey. who also holds ap option
on Ernie Johnson, the Los Angeles
shortstop, telegraphed to Henry Berry,
president of the local club, that he
would permit the player to remain
where he is until the end of the season.
Wimbledon Cup Match
Won by Vereer
CAMP PERRY. O . Aug. I.l.—Torpors I Thomas
p. Vercer. Company G. Fourteenth I'nlted States
infantry, won the Wimbledon cup match at tbe
Camp Perry range today. Ills score was 99 out
of a possible. 100. with eight bullseyes to his
creTflt.
Lieutenant Colonel C. B. Winder of Ohio was
second, also with a total of 90. but with only
four bulNeyes to his credit.
One hundred and sixty-three prizes were,
awarded In this match.
Scores were so high thst the first 1,500 men
all had records of 92 or better.
The Hall match was shot in five relays, as
I there were 4MB entries, and 50 targets were
i u>-e/|. with two men shooting at each target.
In this match there were a large number of
I possible scores made, and the winner. Captain
iB. F. Co'e of the First Infantry. West Virginia.
I led by running a string of 22 consecutive bulls
eyes, missing the 16 inch bullseyei on his
twrnty-flrst shot for record.
BRITISH GOLF STARS ARRIVE
NFW YORK. Aug. »15. -Edward Ray. winner
lof the 1912 British open championship golf title.
and Harry V anion, fans rap In that event, and
'champion in 1911 and on four other ocfasJoae,
arrived today from Eneland. They will com
pete In the Fnlted States Golf association's
ii'imi championship at Brookline. Mass., Septom
her 17 and Is. vardon won the American title
In 1900 at Chicago.
BALK IS DEFINED
CHICAGO, Aug. IS.—President Johnson of the
American league has notified all his umpires
that no balk shall be charged to a pitcher when
he. while In the act of pitching, accidentally
drops the ball. Mr. Johnson's latest ruling keeps
the ball In play, the pitcher escaping the penalty
of a balk and giving him the right to recover
the ball and play on a base runuer.
GRANDE KANE FIGHT POSTPONED
V ALLE.TO, Aug. 15.- As the result of a street
fair being held in Marysville next week the
Marysville Athletic club hns decided to postpone
the contest between Charles Grande of this pKj
and Russell Kane to the night of August 30.
The men were to have boxed 20 rounds a week
from tomorrow evening.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913.
PORTLAND TAKES
FOUR STRAIGHT
FROM OAKLAND
Hard Game for the Oaks to
Lose, but Would Have
Been Just as Hard
the Other Way
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
PORTLAND, Aug. 15.—Four straight
the Beavers made It from the Oaks to
day, Krapp winning a hard fought
pitching battle 'from Pruitt by virtue
■if a ninth rhning rally on the part of
Portland's pennant race leaders by a
score of 2 to L
It was a hard game for Pruitt to lose,
but it would have been equally x as hard
for Portland to drop it. Bill Rodgers'
tutting put Pruitt to the bad. In the
seventh, with the Oaks leading 1 to 0,
Rodgers doubled and scored on Doane's
sharp drive over second. Then in the
ninth, before any were out. Derrick
doubled and scored from second on
Uodgers' fast bounding smash over
second J se. »
X RAP' S WILD
Kr - as wild as a hare at the
start, nd i:„ appeared on the verge of
•< nbbling all through. Time after time
be got into bad holes —in fact, third
was populated by an Oakland runner
in almost every inning.
Twice sharp double plays pulled him
out, once he himself tore around- the
Infield like a terrier after a rat, and
nailed a runner between second and
third, and again worked himself out
bj striking out the second and third
Oaks in the inning.
But that couldn't go on forever, and
finally the visitors took a lead when
Cook singled cleanly to left field and
■cored a runner from first.
FISHER THROWS IHDIiY
Fisher's throwing early in the gam»
was poor, and he let runner after
runner steal on him; but he steadied
toward the end and nailed his men,
'although Mttze's warriors kept on try
ing to pilfer, even when the pilfering
byname poor. The score:
' 'OAKLAND
AR. R. BH. PO. A. E.
I.card. 2b 8 0 0 1 « g
Hetlfng. 3b 4 S I 1 J 0
Gardner, lb 3 ft L II 1 g
Coy r f S 8 ft 1 0 0 •
Ksr!«r. c. f 4 1 1 1 ft ft
( lemens. 1. f 3, 0 0 1 0 •
Cot*, as 3 ft 1 2 2 ft
Mitre, c 2 ft 1 / 1 ft
Pruitt. p. 3 0 ft 1 3 0
T-tal :..«27 1 6 24 10 0
PORTLAND
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
rhadbourne. c. f 3 ft 0 ft 0 1
Derrick, lb 4 1 3 8 0 0
Rodgers. 2b - 4. 1 3 1 1 ft
Lindsay. Sit 3ft 8 1 2 ©
Doane' r. f *3 0 1 ft • ft
Kotos. ss 3 O ft ."> I 0
t-oher. I. f 3 0° ft 2 ft ft
Fisher, c 3 ft 1 8 3 ft
Krapp. n ,2 ft °6* 2 4 ft
Total 28 2 7 27 13 1
None out when winning run was scored.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Oakland 1 8 0 1 ft 'ft ft ft—l
Basrhlts 0 ft 1 2 1 1 «> 1 ft—«
Portland ft ft ft ft 0 b 1 0 I—2"
BaselUts 1 it 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 —7
SUMMARY
Strn. k out -By Pruitt 4. by Krapp & First
lia*e on tailed balls—Off Pruitt 1. off Krapp 6.
Two base hits—Rodgers. Derrick. Stolen bases —
Lean) (2>, Coy, Kaylor. Cook (2), Derrick.
Double playa—Priaitt to Iletilng to Cook; Korea
t-o- Derrick: Krapp to Derrick. Sacrifice hlta —
<;nrdncr, Krapp. Hit by pitched ball—Mitxe. by
Krapp. Passed ball—Fisher. Time of game—
2 hours atid 3 niluutes. Umpires—l'hyle and
Finney. , «
O'BRIEN IS AMBITIOUS
BELI.I.NGHA.M. Wash.. Aug. 15.—Percy Cove,
feather weight champion of the Pacific coast,
and Young Jack O'Brien of Philadelphia went
six rounds to a draw here last night. O'Brien
wirnts to meet the winner of the Ritchie-Welsh
light at Vancouver Septemls?r 1.
WHITE SOX'S NEW FIELDER
CHICAGO, Aug. 15.—Out fielder Roush, who
was recently obtained from the Evansvllle club
of the Central league, rejiorted to Manager Cal
lahan .of the Chicago White Soi today. He
donned a uniform and showed up well in practice
before the game.
I ANACONDA SELECTIONS |
By JOE MURPHY
The fo 1 low 1 tig art- the entries and seleotlous j
for the races to be run today at Anaconda: |
FIRST BACK —Pout aud a half furlougs;
selling; 2 year olds:
Index. Hoist. Wf.
:!(X)4 CEOS » US j
3000 ADA KENNEDAY 11l
2987 ART RICK 110
30U4 Deal Carroll «. 107
31M>4 Auullc Curl 10"
2Stf7 Fafner 107
Ceos. btill looks the best of this field and
should lie run his slake race over would win
euslly. Ada Keuueditv should be secoud and Art
Rick tMrd. •
SECOND RACK — Futurity course; selliug; 3
year olds an<! upwanl:
Index. Hone. ° Wt.
3031 ANGELUS 11l
3052 BRITON 115
2257 DECENCY 109
3<r."l Country Boy ...» 11l
2830 Abe Slupskey 11l
MS Clint Tucker 11l
31M i Beversteln 11l
8037 Annual Interest 11l
277K Kmlly Lee 1(19
3086 Medio 10»
8061 Anne McGee 109
3047 Brlgbam 108
Angelus i* running to his best form and should
win. Briton should be second and Decency third.
THIRD RACK -four furlongs; selling: 3 year
olds and upward:
Index. Horse. Wt
2930 ELIZABETH HARWOOD 105
3035 ENVY 104
IMS PAJAROITA 110
1040 Daddy <iip °. ..10S
2349 Duncsaggan KM
125fi Hardy 10»
If this race Is only half a mile Elizabeth
Harwood should win with ease, as she has got
the foot of tbem all. Envy snd Pajaroita should
fight it out for show.
FOURTH RACE—Futurity course; handicap: 3
year olds and upward:
Index. Horse. wt
8663 PAY STREAK 118
3083 JACK PAINE 115
3083 PARLOR BOY 112
WW Sir Fretful 107
3063 Sempsilla 104 1
3463 New Haven 8$)
Pay Sneak should win today. He got a bad
ride last out, so if they let him down bete It
is all oyer. Jack Paine will be itencflted by
last race. Parlor Boy should get the show.
I'll Til RACE—One mile: selling; 3 year olds
an*' upward:
Index. YVt
3049 DR. DOUGHERTY K>B
3049 MOLL IE RICHARDS §?
3006 ENGRAVER Hi;,
.... .•; <irs MeGee lo'i
2969 Nannie McDee 101
2880 Sugar Lump KiO
Here Is where the Doctor will get a hurry up
enll and should have no trouble getting there.
Motile should be second aud Engraver third.
SIXTH RACE —OM mile; selling; 3 year olds
and upward:
Index. Horse. xyf
5( Co LAJOIE U2
30-8 MADELINE MUSGRAVE p<>
3050 WASSAIL 11l
3061 Mike Doelin 11l
3068 Sharper Knight Ofi
9083 Harlem Maid flo.
30fi't Big Claim 11l
3005 Offfl'oade Cunningham 11l
:t'»"«0 Tony Faust 114
Lajoie was rushed too fa«t the first part last
out. If ridden with better judgment today
■ ant help but aria, Musgrave shouhl get the
place from Wassail.
SEVENTH RACE -Seven furlongs; gelling; 3
and 4 year olds: ■ .
Index. Horse. wt
SOW ROSE SWEET 107
304* ETHEL SAMSON 107
3047 WATSO irn
3A47 Ha tn 102
3W Kingsiey .jag
3048 Golden Shower 10"
2923 ldun 107
2519 Ethel Wicks tO7
3083 Gomul 109
... Qnille ..Iff
.... A Iberf Jones jjo
Rone Sue, 1 has gii the ipred and should win
all tlie nay. Sainsou should be secoud and
1 Watso third
Standing of Clubs
in Various Leagues
c ■ " 1 »
AMERICAN LEAGUE
dub— W L Pctl Clubs- W L Pet
Philadelp'it, H 36 b(o Boston". 53 54 481
Cleveland . 67 44 604 Detroit 4T 64 484
Waahiatgrtß 60 48 5561 St. Louis ... 44 71 888
Chicaeo.... 69 54 582! New York .. 86 68 346
NATIONAL~LEAGUE
Club— W L Pctl Clufc— W L Pet
New York.. 75 88 701' Brooklyn ... *46 57 447
Philadelp'ia 64 37 634 Boston 44 61 419
rhicago ... 68 51 633! Cincinnati.. 48 70 879
Pittsburg.. 66 51 523!5t. Louis... 41 68 376
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Club— W L Potl Club— W L Pet
Vancouver.. 71 49 592 Victoria 58 65 463
Seattle 69 68 566! Tacoma 65 69 448
Portland ...64 50 6671 Spokane 44 66 400
CALIFORNIA LEAGUE
Club— W L Pet! Club— W L Pet
Stockton... 52 S3 612 Watsonville. 39 50 438
Fresno 49 36 598 San Jose Z2 62 381
CALIFORNIANS IN
FLASHING PLAYS
Strachan and Griffin Gain
Way to Semifinal
Round
SOUTHAMPTON, N. T., Aug. 1?>
William J. Clothier, former national
champion, played Into the final round
today with G. F. Touohard. the middle
states title holder, in the lawn eennls
singles on the turf courts of the Mea
dow club.
Clothier, while winning in the semi
final round from A. 8. Dabney of Bos
ton, failed to be decfpjve or to display
the strength expected of hUn. The score
was 6—3. 3 6, 6— *.
Touchard played In bis most brilliant
form. He held Karl H. Bebr. the for
mer international champion, upon the
defensive until he had defeated him,
6-—3. 6—3
Touchard is favored to capture the
cup tomorrow provided his form holds
true
Strachan and Griffin, the 17 year old
boys who hold the Pacific coast doubles
championship, .furnished the thrills In
•the doubles. In the third round they
defeated Alfred S. Dabney and G Iff,
Church, the latter tho Princeton inter
collegiate champion. 6— 3. s—-7,5 —-7, 6 —4. 1
This contest surpassed all of the
others in point of interest, and the
wonderful, (lashing plays of the boys,
as well as the superplaylng of Church,
who fairly surpassed himself, were all
liberally applauded.
Strachan and Griffin, by their victory
gained the semifinal round, where they
will meet T. C. Bundy and William M X
Johnston, the other California pair, to
morrow morning.
Long Shots in Money at
Anaconda
ANACONDA. Aug. 15.—The talent were in
clover today, as many well played long shots
were bowled over. Summaries:
FIRST RACK- Four and a half f.-.rlongs:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. Sir. Fin.
«1- (B)ROUND UP. 109 (Stanford! 4 1 1 h
30-1 —Bob Hensley, HO iNelsom... D 2 2 6
20-I—Marta Mac. 110 t.Murray i 7 • .". n
Time. 3Round Up 5-2 place. 6 5 show;
Hensley 12 place. 6 »Uow; Mac 4 show. Rara
Vcz, Say, Dr. Bailey, Ifarum Scarum. Eddie
Foy. Andrew O'Day, also ran.
SECOND RACE—Fire furlongs; selling:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Joi-kev. St. Str. Fin.
8-5—(2 iREGARDS. 11l . Pendrgst 1 3 3 1 I' a
5-1 —Amohalko. 100 (Douovan i. .. . 7 2 3 ' >
4- 1 — (1)R. ESTHER. 109 (Pauley). 4 4 I 2
Time. t:O3 1-3. Regards t-.-> place, show:
Amohalko 2 place. 1 Khowj Ruth Estber 4-5 show.
Traffic. Gomul, Young Pansy. Maxlne Wheeler.
I.edH Lake, also ran. Scratched —Idun, Hola
blrd. Lord Clinton.
THIRD RACE—One mile; srlllng:
Odd". Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
7- I—(3)R. SWEET. 107 i Branson I 2 1 15
«-3— (I)McALAN, 109 (Cut torn... Ii 4 2 n
8- I—Force, 114 (Unburn > 1 3 3 5
Time, 1:43 4-3. Rose Sweet 3 place. 3-2 slmw:
Mi Alan l-l' place, out show; Force 3-2 sb-iw.
Jack Ellis. Judge Waltou. Marie Coghill. Mike
Kit-bs. also ran.
FOURTH RACE—Seven furlongs- selling:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jockey, St. Str. Fin.
16-5— Footloose. 108 (Woodsl 3 3 1 l«i
:: 1 — (2)B0B FARLEY, 109 il'uulvl 4 2 2 IJJ
13-3—(S)SLEEPLAND. 114 (Cflbaro) 5 4 3 %
Time, 1:30. Footloose !»-lti place, 2 3 show;
Farley 1-2 place, 1-4 show; Sleepland l-.'l show.
Roberta. Lady Reosaelaer, I Igeut. also ran.
Scratched—Fancy.
FIFTH RACK — Plve furlong*; celling:
Oddi. Horse. Weight Jockey. St. Sir. Fin.
2-I—Kdna. 109 (Smithi tt 1 1 p..
5- I—(I)SAINEST. lit!» (Nelsoa) 3 S 2 5
9- 2—(S)VALHAX, ill (Orate*) 8 s 3 I
Time, 1:02 3-5. Kdna I place, I*2 show; Saln
e<t 5-2 place, 6-3 show; Yalual 1 show. Copper
fleki. Dorian Prince, Qood Intent. Bellsnlcker,
Albert Jones, \Yabanan. i.uy Low. also ran.
Scratched—Scary* Williams, t'arl P.
SIXTH RACK -Futurity course; selling:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jockey, St. Str. Fin.
6- I—Alice Teresa. 105 ißezansonl. 2 1 1 2Vj
16-6 —'3iDAD STEARNS. 107 (Orm) 4 2 2 1
6-I—Kingsiey. 110 I Fischer 1 5 6 3 Vj
Time. 1:14. Teresa 5-2 place. 7-3 show;
Steams 8-3 place. 4-3 show; Kingsiey 7-,"> show.
Fleiknev. Sainvlile. Dr. S. P. Tate. Motoric* As
pera, Dick Benson. Maud Uammann, Joe Bttaker,
also ran. Scratched—Hatu.
SEVENTH RACE —One *lle; selling.
Odds. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
8-1 —(1)8. CONNOR. 108 (Woods). 4 1 1 2U
13-s—Patriotic. 109 (Ormesi . n g 2."
2-I—Jim Uafferata. 11l (Stabfotd). 1 4 3 .".
Time. 1:44 2-.". Sam Connor 8 place. 3-2 show;
Patriotic 1 place. 1-2 show; UafTerata 1 show.
Uw Hill, Foreguard. Iron Queen, Touy Faust,
also ran.
California Driving Club
Sunday Entries
The California Driving club has ar
ranged a series of trotting and pacing
races which will be held on the Oolden
Gate park speedway Sunday. The en
tries follow:
Eirst race. 2:22 nii*ed. mile heats, two in
three, cup donated by E. W, Thompson—C.
Petersen's, Eodell, F. Clotlera's Dick Vernon. T.
II Corcoran.'* Callente Girl, J. Ryan's Tom
Hack, S. Benson's Devil Wilkes. L A. Bang*'
Ateks. A. Combs talade's Blrdeye.
Second race. 2:15 pace, mile heats, frro in
three, «up donated by J. W. Bo.iney—J. J.
Pollard's l.lttle Dick. E. T. Ayers' Tom Murphy.
D. E. Hoffman's Balboe.
Third race. 2:18 pace, mi'e heats, two In
three, cup donated by Majestic Konling works
(Gctz Brothers! - D. W. Keating's Victor Pointer,
('. I.cc's Gold Bond. W. Newman's Kitty D. W.
G. Walkup's Golden Buck. J. M. Kidd's Pointer
Bell. C. L Becker's Pilot. G. Sebrieber's Al
legro.
Fourth race. free for all pace, mile h»ats. two
In three, cup donated br I>. K. lloffiiiaii—J.
Ryan's T D W. H. Cohn's Vera Hal.
Fifth race. 2.2.". mixed, mile heats, two In
three, cap donated by Phoenix Bottling works
Mi. Fa user >— D. Bellurnlnls Edna S. McKinney
stables' Red Pointer. D. Desmond's Vincent D.
E. T. Avers' Dalta A. R. Nolan's Billle Burke..
J. Williams' Harold G. J. Klappeiieh's Effle
Madison.
Sixth race. 2:".'> trot, mile heats, two in
three, cup donated by Judge W. P. Lawior —
.1. M. Kidd's Aito Trix. C. M"< ormiek's Bobby
H. C. Borromeo s Ella Wlll.es. P. Cecil's Circus
Witt.
Starter. W. lllggmbottom : judges—J. A. Me-
Kerron. 1.. A. Bangs. J. Kidd; timers—,T. J.
Pollard, o. T. Thompson. G. Fause r: marshal,
A. Hoffman: secretary. F. W. Thompson.
Catcher Milford In'iured by
Pitched Ball
SAN JOSE. Aug. 15.—Catcher Milford of the
Watsonville State league team, formerly a mem
ber of the San Francisoo Seals, was badly In
jured at Watsonville today when he was hit
behind the ear by a spit ball pitched by AshleT
l*or>e. the San Jove pitcher,
Milford is unconscious tonight in n hospital
sod is said to be suffering from concussion of
the brain-
BIG LEAGUE RESULTS
i NATIONAL LEAGUE |
— c
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 15.—Philadelphia made
a clean sweep of the series of three games with
Cincinnati by winning today, the score being 3
to 2 in 11 Innings. Score:
CtftCl AB RHP A! Phila. AB RH P A
Bescher.lf 3 0 2 2 0! Paskert.cf. 4 112 0
Groh.2b... 4 0 0 1 sjKnabe,2b.. 5 ft ft 1 S
Marsans.cf 5 0 0 1 0 I»bert.3b. . 5 2 3 1 2
Hobltßl.lb .'t ft 112 o|B*cker.lf.. 3 0 0 1 0
Egan.ss... 4 0 3 2 llMagee.tf.. 10 10 0
Sheckrd.rf 3 0 (> S 01 Uravatb.rf. 3 0 1 10
Packard.p. 1 0 0 0 llLuderus.lb 5 0 212
Dodge.3b. 4 1 2 2 2!DooUn.ss.. 4 0 0 5 4
Kllng.c... 4 0 0 6 0 Kllllfer.c.. 4 0 18 3
Johnson,p. 3 0 00 2 Brennan.p. 3 0 0 1 1
Bstes.rf.. 2 0 1 1 llAlexnder.p 1 0 0 1 1
Tinker.... 1100 0| TITTT
Ularke 0 0 0 0 0! Total ...3S 3 833 15
Total ...?0 2 930 121
Tinker batted for Shecksrd in the ninth.
Clarke went to hat for Johnson in the ninth.
None out when winning run was scored.
SUMMARY
Two base hits —Hoblitzell. "LobeYt. Crarath.
Home run -Paskert. Stolen bases —Bescbor.
Batea. Double plav—KMUfer to Lobert. Left on
bases—Cincinnati 12, Philadelphia 9. First base
on called balls—Off Johnson 2, oft* Brennan 5,
off Alexander 2. Hit by pitched ball —Cravath.
by Packard. Struck out—By Johnson 4, by
Packard 2. by Brennan 5. by Alexander 2. Time
of game—2 hours and 5 minutes. Umpires—Rtg
ler and Byron.
CHICAGO 14, BOSTON 6
ROSTON. Aug. 15.—Chicago batted three Bos
ton rdtehers hard today, easily winning their
last game here this season 14 to 6. Bcore:
Chicago AB RII PA) Boston AB RH P A
I/each, cf. 6 3 8 0 0 Marnrllle.ss 3 2 112
Evers. 2b. t ft ft 0 ft Myers, lb.. 6 ft 111 1
Phelsn. 2h 3 2 2 ft ftConnolly. If 2 2 ft 4 I
Bebulte, rf 4 4 2 2 o|Sweeney.2b 4 110 3
/lmrnm..3b 4 2 3 2 4|Lord. rf.. . 4 0 ft 0 ft
Baler, lb.. 4 2 312 OlSmlth, ."Jb.. 4 0 1 1 4
WHiams.lf 3 0 11 ft' Mann. cf.. 3 ft ft 2 ft
Bridwell.ss 3 ft ft 3 3'Rariden. o. 3 ft ft T 2
Archer, c. 5 1 2 5 1 illess. p.. .. 2 1 1 1 1
Bresnahn.c ft ft 0 2 ftiPerdne. p. .ft ft ft ft ft
1. aiendr.p. .'! 0 no S .Tames.' p.. . n O o 0 ft
« henev p. 1 r> n o 1 Strand p. 0 0 0 0 ft,
McDonald.. 1 ft ft 0 0
Tots! ml 4 t*. 27 12|Rudolph.... 10n 0 0
I Total 32 «327 14
batted for Perdue In seventh.
Rudolph batted for James in eighth.
SUMMARY
Errors—Sehulte. Zimmerman. MsrsntlUe, Two
ba«e hits -Schulte, Zimmerman, Myers. Thre*
alts—Lecek Saler i2'i. Stolen bases
rV-ktrlte, Maranvlfl*. Brldwell. Saler. I,eft rm
Chicago H, Bostop 8. First has* «n called
hn'N Off Hess 2. off Lavender 7. off James 2.
off Cheney 1. Hit by pitched balls- Williams,
by Hess. Struck (rat—By Hess 2. by Lavender
6, by Perdue 2. by Cheney I. by Strand I.
Passed ball - Rarlden. Wild pitches- Lsvender.
James. Time of game--2 hours and 13 minutes.
Umpires -Klem and Orth.
NEW YORK «. ST. LOUIS 1
NEW YORK. Aug. 15. New York msde it
thro- straight from SI. I/rals today, the cham
pions winning the last home game of the season
with St. 1/v.ils by 6 to 1. Score:
St Louis AB RHP A| New York AB R H P A
Hurgins.2b 4 ft 1 4 2!Burns.lf... . 3 ft 1 3 0
Ethos, rf.. 4 0 1 ft ft!Shafer.2b.. 4 13 3 3
Magee.cf. .3001 ft Fletcher.ss. 41013
Mowrey.Sb 4 ft 0 1 4lH»rzog.3b.. 3 1 1 1 0|
Knetchr.lb 3 ft oil l|Merkle.lb. . 2 1 1 Ift ft I
Whltted. ss 4 ft ft 3 ft Murray.rf.. 3 0 0 2 0 j
fathers.!f. 3 ft 0 2 ftlSndgrass. cf 3 0 13ft
Wlngo.c... 3 111 s!McLesn.c.. 3 ft 1 2 2
Perritt.p.. 3 ft 1 1 2! Hartley.c.. ft o o ft 0
Fromme.p.. 3 110 1
T0ta1...31 1 4 24 19'
! Total 28 6 827 9
SUMMARY'
Errors —Mowrey. Huggins. Shafer. First base
on error* sc H ort i. Two base hit X row roe.
Hntue runs Wingo. Shafer. on bases -St.
Louil 3. Double plays -Whltted to Huggins to
Konetcby; Mcl*«n to Shafer. First base on called
hr.Ui -Off Perritt 2, off Fromtne 2. Struck out
Rv Fronime 2. by Perritt I. Time of game—l
hour and 26 minutes. Umpires—Brennan and
Eason.
FOURTEEN INNNINOS TO A TIE
BROOKLYN. Aug. 13. Pittsburg's farewell
appearance for the season here today produced a
14 inning tie game with Brooklyn, darkness end
lug bitstllities. with tbe score 3 to 3. Score:
Titts. AB RIIP A! Brklyn AB RH P A
Bvme.Sb.. 6 0 1 1 5' Moran.rf... 3» 1 0 1 0
Carey If.. 6 0 13 01 Kirkpatrck. ft 0 0 0 ft
Yiov'2b... 1 2 2 3 Renlbach.p. 0 0 0 0 0
3 1 0 4 4 Meyer.cf... 1 O ft 0 0
J Miller.lb 6 1 1 19 0| Cutshnw.2b 5 1116
W'lson.rf. 7 0 1 4 0i Stengel.cf.. 5 0 0 5 1
Mitchell.cf 3 0 8 3 ft! Hhelps 1 ft ft ft 0
Simon.c... 3 0 12 *| Rwker.p... 1 0 0 ft 1
Butler 1 ft 0 0 0| Wheat.lf... 6 0 2 7 ft
Oibaon.C... ft 0 ft ft ft| Daubert.lb. 4 1 217 ft
Kellr.c... 10 12 ft Smith.3h... 6 0 ft 3 3
Robinson.p 3 ft ft ft 3! Fisher.ss... 5 o 3 1 5
Hendrlx... 1 ft ft ft ft l O.Miller.c. 6 0 0 7 0
Cooper.p.. 10 0 0 2'Ragon.p... 8 O 0 ft 2
lAllen.p ft 0 0 0 0
T0ta1...51 3 11 42 2*4Hutumel.rf. 2 0 10 0
I Total... .48 3 *42 18
Butler bstfed for Simon In ninth.
Hendrix batted for Robinson In eleventh.
Klrkpatrick batted for Moran In tenth.
Phelps hatft-d for Stengel in twelfth.
SUMMARY
Knors—Vlox. Simon, Kelly. 0. Miller. on
bates—Pittsburg 15. Brooklyn 12. Two base
bits—Carey. Mitchell. Fisher. Three base hit —J.
Miller. First base on errors—Brooklyn I. Stolen
l >BSP!l _Wagner. Mitchell (2>, Danhert. Fisher. O.
Miller. First base on called balls—Off Ragon 2.
off Allen 1, off Reulbach .'!. off Rucker 2. off
RoblaSMl 3, off Cooper 3. Struck out —By Ragon
2. by Robinson 2. by Reulbach !, by Rucker 2.
by Cooper 1. nit by pitched ball—Dauhert. by
Cooper. Time of game—2 hours and 35 miuutes.
Umpires —O'Day and Emslie.
Schedule of Football
Games
Following is the schedule of football
sanies to be played by California uni
versal y:
VARSITY SCHEDULE
Saturday, September 13 —Barbarian club.
SaturdaV. September 2ft —Olympic club.
Saturday. September 27 —Barbarian club.
Wednesday. October I—Santa Clara.
Saturday, October 4—University of California
clnb.
Wednesday, October B—New Zealand.
Saturday. October 11—University of California
etob.
Saturday. October 18 —Olympic club.
Wednesday. October 22—University of Nevada.
Saturday. October 25—New Zealand.
Saturday, November I—New Zealand.
Saturday. November B—Stanford.
Saturday! November 33 —All Stars veraus New
Zealand.
Thursday. November 27 —University of South
ern California at Los Angeles.
FRESHMEN
Saturday. August 30 —Barbarian clnb and
Cogswell high school.
Saturday, September 6—Olympic club and In
aurrectos.
Tuesday, September 9 —Berkeley high school.
Thursday. September 11 —Lick high achool.
Saturday. September 13 —University of Califor
nia club.
Thursday, September 18—Mission high school.
Saturday, September 20 —Oakland high achool.
Saturday. September 27—College of Pacific.
Tuesday. September 30—Lowell high school.
Saturday. October 4 —San Jose high school.
Saturday. October 11 —Open.
Saturday, October 18—University of Southern
California.
Men Who Lifted Davis
Cup Arrive
NEW YORK. Aug. I.V —Maurice E. Mclaugh
lin. R. Norris Williams and Harold H. Hacketi.
the victorious American tennis players who
lifted the Davis cup, came back home today on
the liner France.
All will play In the national all comers' tour
nament «t Newport, beginning next Monday.
TRINKLE AND RICHTER MATCHES
VAI.LEJO. Aug. 15.—Sammy Trinkle. the
pride of the fighting cruiser Maryland, and Bsr
nev Biehter of San Francisco will appear in the
main event at Flosden the night of September 5.
The men will box 20 rounds.
* UNION ASSOCIATION \
———•
Missoula T. Salt T.ake City 1 (first gamei;
Missoula •">. Salt Lake City 13 (second game).
Butte T. Helens S.
Ogden 14. tjreat Falls 4.
* TRISTATE LEAGUE \
c »
Pendleton ft. North Yakima 7.
Walla Walla 1. Boise 2.
1 WESTERN LEAGUE \
c , ■ »
Sioux C'ty 2. Wichita 5.
Omahs 2. Lincoln 7.
Dcs Moines 4. Topeka 6.
St. Joseph 5. Denver 7.
j SOUTHERN LEAGUE f
Chattanooga 2«, Atlanta 1-2.
Montgomery 5. Memphis 4.
Birmingham .". Nashville 2
Mobile 8, New Orleans 4.
I AMERICAN LEAGUE |
«.
DETROIT. Aug. 15.—Walter Johnson. Wash
lngton'a mighty pitcher, made baseball history
today when his team defeated Detroit. 9 to 7.
It was his twelfth consecutive victory. this sea
sons, record in the major leagues. Earlier in the
season he w«u 11 games Itefore being beaten. To
day was the fifth time he opt>osed cDtroIt this
year. On c-ieh occasion he was r- turned the win
ner. Score:
Wash. AB It n P A! Detroit AB It II P A
Mooller.rf. « 3 3 0 0|Bm»h.ss 4 10 2 3
Poster.3b.. 4 0 1 2 31 Bauman.2b. 4 2 10 3
Milan.cf... 3 3 2 5 OlCrnwford.rf 5 113 0
Gandll.lb.. 5 2 3 12 OlCobh.cf 5 0 3 3 0
Morgan.2b. 4 1 2 4 3! Veaeh.lf... 4 0 0 2 0
Shanks.lf.. 10 10 0! Galner.lb.. 4 0 0. » 0
Laporte.lf. 4 0 11 OlMcKee.c... 4 1 1 « 0
McBride.su 5 0 10 4! MnriartT.3b 4 0 2 2 2
Atnstnlth.c 5 0 0 3 l'Hall.p 0 0 0 0 0
Johnson,p. 4 0 10 OiLake.p 3 12 0 1
fta.llla.p... 10 10 0! House.p 0 0 0 0 0
Harper.p., o o o o oiiiigh o l o o 0
Hughes.p.. 0000 0! —
1 Total 37 7 10 27 9
Total...42 9 10 27 III
High batted for House In foe ninth.
SUMMARY
Errors—Ainsmith. Bush. Rauman. McKee. Ijtke.
Two base hits—McBride. Rauman. Morgan. Craw
ford. Three base hits— Mocller. Morgan. Cobb.
Home run—Lake. Stolen bases—Milan <2>. Mc-
Kee (2), High. Double play—Moriarty to Gainer.
Left on bases—Washington 10. Detroit R. First
base on called balls—Off Johnson 1. off Gallia 3.
off Hall 1. off Lake 1, off Hughes 1. Struck out
—B.v Gallia 2. by Lake 3. hy House 1. Wild
pPches— Johnson. Take, Harper. Time of game —
1 hour and 55 minutes. Umpires—O'lxwighlin and
Sheridan.
PHILADELPHIA 12, CLEVELAND 5
CLEVELAND. Auk. 13.- Philadelphia defeated
Cleveland In the second game of the series today.
12 to 5. Score;
Cleve. AB R H P A! Phila AB R H P A
T-ethold.cf. 0 1 3 2 01E. Mrphv.rf 5 4 4 10
• rhapmn. ss 4 10 2 .VOIdrlng.cf.. 4 12 4 0
Jackson, rf 4 2 2 'I 0|( f»llins.?b. . H 2 3 2 2
LaJo4e.2fe.. 4 116 2! Raker.3b. . . 4 0 2 4 3
Johnstn. Ib 5 o 1 c, 3| Mclnnl«.1h. 4 2 2 4 0
Turner.3b.. 4 0 2 1 1 Strunk.lf.. . ?. 1 1 0 0
Bates.3b.. 1 o O 0 0| Walsh.If.. . 2 0 1 2 0
Graner.lf.. .1003 ojLapp.c 3 1 0 S 0
O'Neill.e., 3 n 1 3 OlOrr.ss 5 0 111
Kniser.o . 2 0 O 1 UPlank.n.. .. 00000
Kahler.n 1 o 0 rt 0 Shawkcv.p. 5 1111
Flkuburc.p 1 « O o nl -
Cullop. p.. 2 o o 0 ?! T«tal 40 12 17 ?V 7
lioung .... 1 o o 0 n|
Total. .41 5 12 27 U
V-Vjng batted for Cullop ir> 'he moth.
SUMMARY
Errors Chapman. O'N'eii, e Murphy, ffldrlaf
C2K Collins (8>, Shawkey. Two base hits Tobn
ston. O'Neill. Molnnis. Oldrlng Baker. Three
base hit—OMrlng. Stolen bases—Graaey, Mofn
nls. Double plays — Chapman to Lajofe to John
ston: Baker to Mclnnis First base on called
balls-- Off Kahler 3 off Fslkenbnrg 3. off C.,l|op
1. off SbawVey 4. Struck out Bv Knhlor 1. by
Falkenberg t. by Cnllon, 1. by ShawVy 5. Wild
pHrhes Fnlkenbcre C!i. Kahler. First base on
errors Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 1. Left on
bases Cleveland 4. Philadelphia 10 Time of
game 1 hours and 5 Balanites'. UfflajTM Ev*Bi
and HUdebrand.
CHICAGO 3. NEW Y0BK 2
CHICAGO. Aug. 15. President C/naUkey'a
fifty-fifth birthday was celebrated t«dav* when
his tram, the Chicago White Sox, defeated New
York. 3 to 2. Score:
N. York A BR H I* AI Chicago A B R H P A
Malsel.Sb.. 4 0 10 niCbappell.lf. % 1 12 0
Cook.cf.... 2O 0 2 0 Bcrger.2b. . t 0 0 1 .'!
Cree.if 4 0 10 0,lord.Mb .1112 fl
Hartaell.rf 4 0 1 2 0|Chs«e.1h. . . 4 1 1 13 0
Poknpgh.ss 4 0 1 1 3 Rodlo.of .. . 4 0 2 2 0
Knipht.2b. 4 0 1 3 4' I Till Ins, rf. . 4 O 1 2 0
Wlllims.lh.t 1 1 ft 1 Schnlk.o... . .'! 0 0 2 1
Sweenev.o. 3 116 OfWeavev.ss.. 3 0034
Caldwell.p. 3 0 12 2 Clct.fte.p. . . 3 0 0 0 7
Total... 31 2 S 24 Mi Tot at 32 3 6 27 15
SUMMARY
Errors- P'ecklnpaugli, ( base. Two base blf -
Collins. Three b;<se hit -Lord. Caldwell. Sacri
fice bit—Cook. Stol'- n |> a sc Chappell. Double
play—Cicotte to Weaver to Chase. T.oft on
bases—New po*-k R. Chicago R. First base on
called halls—Off Oootto 4. off Caldwell I. H>t
hv r.itcbed bull—Cbappell. Struck out —By Cs'd
woli «. bv (icottc 2. Passed ball—SchatV. Wild
pitch—Cicotte. Time of game —1 hour and 50
minutes. .Umpires—Dincen and Eean.
BOSTON 2. ST. LOUIS 1
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 15.—-Moscloy and Hall were
almost' Invincible tbis afternoon, while YA'cilman
j wns bit opportunely. Boston maklncr it two
j strnlgbt from St. Louis, score 2 to 1. Score:
St. L. AB R II P A Boston AR R H P A
I Shotten.cf. 4 1 2 4 2 Hooper.rf.. 4 0 16 0
j Stovall.lb. 3 0 0 9 1 Eugle.lb... 2 0 0 11 0
] Pratt.2b.: 4 0 0 2 4 Sposkec.ef. 2 0 o 2 fl
j Willams.rr 3 0 0 0 0 T>>wis.lf. . . 4 0 2 2 fl
' Austin.3b. 3 0 0 3 1 I U rdne r .3h 3 1 1 0 0
I Balcnti.ss. 200 3 21.Yerkes.2sv.. 3 1 2 1 2
I Jobnstn.lf 3 0 0 1 O .lnnvrin.ss. 2 0 1 2 8
i Alexundr.e 2 0 o 3 2 Vmmakr.c 2 0 f) 2 fl
I McAllstr.c 0 0 0 2 '.'I Mo-.cley.p. 2 0 0 0 1
Wcilmn.p. 2 0 o 0 t II.ill.p 1 0 0 0 0
Riugrdnr.p 0 0 0 0.0i r- - i
Compton.. 1 0 0 0 0; Total ...25 2 7 27 11
Brief 1 0 0 0 0
Total . .2S 1 2 27 IS
Compton batted for Al-xando- in the eighth.
Brief batted for Weilman in the eighth.
- . SUMMARY
Two base h'fs—Yerkes (2i. Lewis. IToonei.
Hits—Off Moseloy 1 in 6 innings; off Hall. 1 In
2 Innings: off Weiltnan. 0 In N innings: off Riuni
gardner. 1 In 1 In-iing. Stolen bases—Speaker,
Shutter (2). Williams. Lewis. Left on haw
St. Louis I. Boston 2. First base on culled halls
—Off Moseiov 3. off Wfiimun 2. off Bauaae*ar<lner
1. Struck out—Br Moseley 2. by Weilm;in 2. bv
Baumgardner I. Time of game—1 hour and ".()
minutes. Umpires—McGreevy and and Connolly.
I Northwestern League
VICTORIA. B. C. Aug. 15.— Tacoma won ftOan
Victoria, 11 to 2. Score: K. H. k
Tacoma 11 14 \\
Victoria 2 4 j
Batteries— ami Harris: KantlclitiPf.
Tooer Shea and Meek.
SPOKANE 5. VANCOUVER 4
SPOKANE. Aug. - 15.—Spokane wuti from Van
couver. 5 io 4. Score: r. h. e.
I Vancouver ; .4 » i
Spokane .", fl 1;
Batteries—Sclimutz aud Qriudell; Smith ami
Hannah.
SEATTLE 4, PORTLAND 0
BEATTLE. Aug. 15.—Seattle turned the tables
on Portland today. Score: R. II. E
Portland 0 :: 1
Srr.ttle 4 4 1
Batteries—Stanlcv aud Williams: Fullerton and
Wslly.
1 CALIFORNIA LEAGUE !
FRESNO, 15.—The home team sh'H ont
the visitors today. Score: I{. 11. E.
Fresno 2 7 1
Stockton ' 0 16 0
Batteries —Itarklns and Hoffman: .lopes and
Agnew.
WATSONVILLE 13, SAN JOSE 12
WATSONVM.LE. Aug. 15.— It was a great
slcgfest Watsonvillc winning. Score:
R. H K
IwatsomiUe 13 17 7
! San Jose 12 14 .1
Batteries —Killild.v. Htiebes, Kiibn and Milford:
J Walker. Pope and 0'Donnell.
j * AMERICAN ASSOCIATION!
! «>
] St. Paul 2, Louisville 3.
Minneapolis M. Toledo 2.
I Kansas City 2. Cotwnbn* 3.
I Milwaukee 1. [ndhinapoUa 0.
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BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE i
ONE OR VIE OVERALL
WILLIE GREEN
Truth crushed to earth shall rise again from
'neath the tyrant heel;
At least that is the proper way to make poetic
spiel.
The Seals, like Trnth. arc fighting hard to climb
the cellar stair,
And at the present time, dear 80, are doing
very fair.
This hunting Tigers ain't do Joke with hlrdshot
in your gun.
You'd better use big bullets and then *lioot 'em
in like fun.
It make* no difference how you shoot, left
handed or with right.
Just so you keep your weather eye correctly
on the sight.
A game won o'er in Oakland gave the cellarlte*
new hope.
And Howard ss'd unto his men: "More Tigers
we will rope.
And when we get a pile of them we'll make
another try
To get out of this hole and catch one glimpse
of real blue sky."
So when Jess Baker missed a shot Cack Henley
was sent In.
Then Thomas, I<eifield followed up, and fired
'em o'er like sin.
And when today the Tigers come, a sight will
them, appall—
For "on the mound" they'll plainly see on*
Orvle Overall.
TRENDALL WINS
OVER ROBINSON
Leo Kelly and Louie Reese
Draw and Hennessey
Loses
SORIC of the eastern hovers who p-iqdo
their debut lajfl night at Pavilion rink
showed up In excellent form, particu
larly Harry Trendall. who won a four
round decision over Willie Robinson,
and t.eo Kellv broke even with Louie
Reese, while Frankie Hennessv lost the
decision to Roy Moore aftetr, a hard
fight.
Kelly made an excellent showing,
and It was only his anxiety to finish
Reese with a knockout that gave nee = c
an even break. Kelly sent Reese to
the mat in the opening round, and it
looked as If Reese was out for good.
Reese was very wobbly, but Kelly ap
peared wild, while Reese managed to
stall the round out by hugging.
Harry Trcndall easily outboxed Wil
lie Robinson, winning: the decision on
points. •
Frankie llennessy lost to Roy Moore,
but the St. Louis bantam put up a good
bout. He was hadlv advised, and Moore
had the best of him at the rough work.
Salinas Jack Robinson knocked out
Kddie Hart In two rounds.
Kid Bertelsen and Maurice Flynn
put up a slashing four round draw.
Referee Eddie Burns gave Charley
Givens a raw deal when he declared
Tommy Ryan a winner. Givens won
by a mile.
Tommy Stevens won a four round
decision over Billy Holmes.
Jack Bratton and Walter McDermott
boxed a draw.
Soldier Le Roy put Boh Smith out In
two rounds.
Stanley Dean and Al Herman boxed
a draw.
Results of the Pleasanton
Races
PLEAS ANTON. An*. I.V —Expedio. «n •«*■
"bier, tost the honors today by defeating May
Mnek In the 2:12 trot. Summaries:
First rare. 2.2.") class pacing, purse $900:
Lock Lomond, br. g.. Zolock (Blackwellt 4 12
Dirt W. b. g.. Athadon (Walton \ 6 2 1
Nifty, eh. c.. Tidal Wave (C. Smith i. 2 5 .1
Stella McEwen. eh. m.. McEwen (Chad
bourne j 5 3 4
Rradmout, b. g.. Alto Ley burn (De
Ryder) 8 4 5
Hamburg Belle, b. m.. Stillwell (Benson I 1 d 1
Asa Pointer, b. g.. Star Pointer tjamesl d
Time—2:l2> 4 , 2:13 1 i- 2:11%.
Second race. 2:12 class trotting, purse $1,200:
Expedio. b. tn., Lijero (Qulun) 7 11
May Mack. b. in.. Arthur Wilkes (De
Ryder) 1 2 2
Albadoma. b. s.. Almaden tßlaekwell i. . 2 3 »t
Dr. Wayo. b. s.. Wilkes Boy I Ward I. . 4 S 3
Mountnln Boy. b. g.. Seymour Wilkes
(Springer) 6 4 4
Merry Widow, cv. vi.. G. Albert Mac
Parsons I R ft H
Rodaker. ro. Antrim iTwohigt ti 7 w
Time—2:ll' 4 . 2:10> 4 . 2:12',.
Ray Campbell Will Work
With Ritchie
SEATTLE. Aug. 15.—Ray Campbell, a
local lightweight whose match with
Frank Barrieau at Vancouver, B. C,
has been called off. has been selected
by Harry Foley as sparring partner for
Willie Ritchie, the world's champion
lightweight, during his training in
Vancouver for the 20 round battle on
Labor day with Freddie Welsh, the
English lightweight champion.
Campbell returned from Vancouver
last night and will join Ritchie when
he goes through Seattle Sunday night
on his way to Vancouver.
The bout between Campbell and
Barrieau has been called off because
of the proximity of the Ritchie-Welsh
fight.
PLAT FOE HURD CUP
SEATTLE. Aug. IS.—The play for the Georgo
A. Hurd cup In the state tennis tournament
today resulted, among tbe .iuoinrs. as follows:
Wagner of Tacoma defeated Hurd of Seattle
and Ross Williams defeated Jarri*. In tho
seniors Allen boat Burrlll of Taeoms.
TROTT OUTPOINTS KETCHEL
WINNIPEG. Aug. I.V -Sammy Trott of To
lunabus. <).. outpointed Steve Ketchel of Chicago
in a fast 12 round bout here tonight.
•>■** a^fj^^^i^* r -""»* I
aa*** prompt relief H
■Hv^aa* without Inconvenience
particularly in obstinate cases.
H Preferable to nauseating drug* which sra ■
I de_«trucri»o to the stomach. All drnggisla. J
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