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*AGE TWO.
Adolf Is
Perfectly
Contented
With
Osgar—
Fer-fect-ly.
tBut Ye-
Worda by I Sefiaef er
MwlO By ftfardoaal. <
TACOMA LOSES EIGHTH STRAIGHT VICTORY TO THE PIPPINS
FINE GAME GOES
AGAINST JOE WHO
PITCHED GOOD BALL
§|~* It took Portland Just one honr
and eighteen minutes to score a
I win ] over • Ticonu j yesterday . aft»
| ernoon. The score ■ was 1 to 0.
Anyone • might; know ■ < that Mc-
I Dlnnlty pitched most of the game.
; When Joe goes In to servo there
■Is no loafing on the field, and his
I appearance ■on I the mound Is al
tnoat a aure guarantee that hubby
will go home to supper early.
• • • • •
£3The. Tigers have lost their An
gora which seems to be .gracing
7on ! Nick Williams' : pasture. Yes-
I terday's defeat was the ■ eighth
straight disaster chalked up .to
' the '„ Tigers with the Pippins on
the winning end.
;J;'" Joe started the game and for
eight • Innings \ pitched ball that
was worth any price of admission
to ' see. ,At the end of; the last
I round he gave way to Kurfuss.
;Tr-:«v ■ ' ;■-•--■:- •■ ■ ,-.,.:• •
i Portland earned Its right to the
Came ■in the third ' when Martino
*ii reached - first on a bunt and
got to second on a bunt by Ban
croft. Fitz struck out and when
- Guignl' came up with : a single
Martlnon! ■; scampered home with
'i one < tally , and , th&t was all Port
land got during the whole game.
•-> The score tells, the story:
?W , '-:*■?" PORTLAND. —_*^^-
A AB R H PO A E
Bancroft, ss. .4 " 0 1 2 * 3 0
I ritxgerald, df :4j. 0 1 3 0 0
Qutffnl, If ... 4 0 l~i 0. 0
rfjfahoney, cf. 4 0 17 0 0
,'Peters, lb. .. 4- 0 1 10 2 0
t Mohler, 2b.. S 0 11 3 0
■Williams, c. 4 0 0 2 0 0
"Coltrin, 3b.. 3, 0 11 10 0
Martinoul. p. 3 - 11 0/ 3 0
;*-•" rf.--j.'- ■„: v . . __ . . _
Totals ...33 1 8 27 11 0
TAOOMA.
.», AB R H PO A EJ
|rrles.rf ... 4 0,211 0
McMullin, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 <0
• Keller, 2h.. 3 0 1 3 « 0
Crum, If ... 8 0 0 3 0 0
'Keighbors, cf 2 0 0 « 0 0
Harbison, ss. 8 0 1110
Holder man ..2 : 0 110 1 0
< i- Harris, c..;.; 3 0 0 3 0 0
McGinnity, p;2 0 0 8 3 0
•McMurdo ? ; .10 0 0 0 0
Kurfuss, p. .0 0 0 0 1 0
Orlndell, tc. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...27 0 6 27 14 2
i; •Batted I for McGlnnity In Bth.
i^ Summary: Stolen —Fries.
Double plays— to Keller to
Harris: McGlnnity to Keller to
' Holdarman. Two-ibase hit —Har-
■:lbison. Sacrifice hits—Mohler 2,
S® Keller, Cram. Sacrifice fly—
Neighbors. Pitchers' record —1
run |t J hits off McGinnity in 8
Innings; no runs 5 hits off Mar
9tinoi >ta■ 9 ' Innings;: Struck out —
By Martinol 1, by McGinnity 1.
* Base on balls—-Off Martinonl 1.
:J»a«sed ball —Orindell. Time of
■ game—l:lß. .- Umpire Toman.
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« Won. Loot. Pet. •
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BKATTIJ! COMES tP BTRONG.
6BATTL.E, July —Seattle
was scoreless up to tha fifth in
ning with Victoria two to the
good early In the game. And
then it happened. The Tillikums
started to swat the ball and when
the noise stopped * three, Giants
were ranting on the bench after
a . pleasant journey around the
circuit. The score was 3 to 2 for
the Giants. ■ ■
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««ili. BBAVKB WIN OUT.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.. July —
Vancouver leads i the league but
It - eatne : . pretty- near '. dropping - a
notch yesterday In its game. with
the .. Spokane . Indians. • \ For t a
while it looked like Indian vic
tory but after the pennant lead
ers began to work their sticks In
regular order the peace of the
bleachers was! again re-estaib-
Hshed >and the score ended > 7 to
6 for the Beavers. ' vv-, j
'. ; 1 .
CX>AST BATSMBN BtJXCHKD.
With Maggart (Los Angeles)
313, Lindsay (Portland) 313,
Mundorff (Frisco) 311, and John-
Bon (Frisco), Shinn (Sacramen
to tied- for fourth position with
batting averages of 309, the race
for the champion slugger of the
Pacific Coast league has become
a great one. Fans throughout
the circuit are watching tho flglit
between these men as much as
they are the pennant race, and
it Is a guess to try to dope out
who will come out winner in the
end. . : ■ .
■ .. ■ •• '
MURPHY PROTESTS.
CHICAGO, July B.—Charley
Murphy of the Cubg has entered
a protest in the second «game of
the double header with St. Louis
yesterday. Murphy, agalnat whom
the contest was forfeited for di
latory methods, declares ho will
appeal to the high authorities.
WILiKESON WINS.
Wllkeson is victor over th«
fast Piper & Ta-ft Excelsiors of
Seattle, having won a series ol
three games in the following or
der: 3-0, 1-5, 6-5.
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Having shown what he could
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Johnson eiroult, "Tex," also
known as "Rebel" Russell, the
heavyweight left-hander of the
White Sox, is due to receive rec
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pitcher th«t ever broVce into the
national game.
Russell has been pitching won
derful ball ever since the season
opened. He has been defeated,
but seldom has he been out
pitched. Eddie Plank, the great
left-hander of the Athletics, beat
him, although the Sox made eight
hits to the Athletics' three.
In the last Cleveland-Chicago
series, at Chicago, Russell won
three out of (our games from the
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to relieve a faltering brother, and
RITCHIE PROVED
HE WAS A REAL
WORLD'S CHAMP
:•■.■---■*. .nV RTXGSIOEK. - .
SAN FRANCISCO, July B.— .
Willie /Hitchle proved on July 4
that he wu a real world's cham
pion when he retained the light
weight title by knocking out Joe
Rivers, the Mexican contender,
the ' 11th ■ round. ; With \ the excep
tion* of * the { third round - Ritchie
was never In danger. In that ses
sion fa I swing : caught "?. him - and
dazed him ♦ for the rest ?, of ?(, the
round, L but in , tbe ,fourth •he *- re
gained ". his confidence,' and ■ from
that time on It was simply a mat
ter of waiting for an opening and
taking| advantage of lt.twhich; he
did 'In tbe eleventh. .Kltcliie out
boxed,* oirtfought and ■-outgamed
the 'Mexican, fy From the ,*; fourth
round he was absolutely master of I
the situation. - ■ *
@fAI pldeltgbt? on the! sportsman-1
«hl]# of au ex-charnpfon was given I
when J"Ad Wolgast. from W whom
RitchJa * took - the I title, J, left ij* the
ring. :.CA*: the;one-time title-hold-1
•r, left bis .-Jj aeat ■& he remarked^
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THE 7AOOMA TIMES
he did it so nifttly that the stam
peding Nape were held scoreless
while the Sox shot the runs across
to win.
In the last game of the series
Russell begrvd to go the route
against the place team, and Cal
lahan permitted him to start. The
Sox won, 2 to 1.
Usually it is a war-scarred vet
eran JlUat Ed Walsh, Mordecal
"What do you know about the
luck of that mutt," meaning; that
Ritchie had won simply by i a
lucky punch. *■::,.. '-• v
It doesn't matter what anyone
saya or thinks. Willie Rite I ia
an A. No. 1 ; champion, ',■ and ' ha
proved It when he knocked out
Mexican Joe Ttlvers, said by all to
be the tougheet of the lightweight
brigade. of championship contend
ers. Ritchie will I probably hold
hi* ' title ; for many months, as . he
is a clean liver and does notblng
to aap hia fighting strength. ?g;-F:
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REDPATH OFF
ON SCOUTING
EXPEDITION
. Frank Redpath Is away this
week on a hunting expedition.
He la after Cub Tigers. Joe Mo-
Glnnity has sent the secretary of
the baseball club to Walla. Walla,
Boise and other cities in the In
ter-State league, "where it is said
that bunting Is good, and It is
expected that Frank will return
with a pretty good ba#. The
Tigers have not been going as
well as might be expected during
the past few weeks, and it is only
through the hard work of the
pitching staff that the boys have
displayed as much class as they
have.
• : .—, «
| National League 1
"Won. Lost. Pet.
Now York ......46 23 .667
Philadelphia ....41 25 621
Chicago .........38 34 .528
Brooklyn ...... 31 32 .615
St. Louis ......31 30 .508
Pittsburg ........83 38 .465
Boston .........28 41 .406
Cincinnati .....27 46 .870
National League.
Pittsburg 5, Cincinnati 1.
Philadelphia 11-3, Boston 15-2.
New York 6, Brooklyn 1.
American League.
New York 6-1, Washington 2-8.
St. Louis 10, Detroit 5.
Boston 4-8, Philadelphia 7-3.
1 American League T
# ——.~——___~—■ O
■Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia ... .53 18 .746
Cleveland 47 28 .627
Washington ....47 28 .627
Chicago ..41 37 .526
Boston .........30 35 .507
St. Louis ......34 51 .400
Detroit „, 30 49 .380
New York .....21 52 .288
J Pacific Coast League [
Won. Lost. Pet '
Los Angeles ....51 42 .549
San Francisco ..51 46 .526
Portland 44 44 .500
Sacramento ....42 44 .488
Venice •., ..46 50 .79
Oakland 43 51 .457
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If it is any consolation to yon,
we are perfectly willing to ac
quaint you with the Information
that Kankakee Is In last place In
the Illinois-Missouri league.
• • • * •
Yob may laugh at the fellow
who gets a lot of those nasty, ag
gravating Texas leaguers, but
when ■ the records are compiled
he'll stand far above the chap
who whales so many terrific line
drivers right at the outfielders.
• • » • •
Wipe away your tears» Larry
is back in the game. That waa
an easy one.
• • • • ■ • •■
The St. Louis Browns are nr.
quiring so many college ball
players thai we soon are likely
to hear something like this after
every game: Rah, rah, rah; rah,
rah, rah, rah; rah, rah, rah;
Brownsl Browns! Browns!
• • • • •
John McGraw Is pretty lucky
to be able to have a .300 hitter
sticking in eighth place in the
batting order. There are a lot
of managers who, if they Tfad a
.300 clouter, would keep him In
a glass case.
• • • • •
They've finally got Frank
Chance going. He's beginning to
protest games.
•-•■ • « •
Now that the Indians have be
come acclimated to the last place
weather, they'll probably linger
there for the rest of the summer.
• * • . »
Yankee golfers are lofting con
sistently in France. What's the
use of winning w.hen there are so
many other good things handy?
• ■ -> • » * *
Three days ago 1..n.ji.1e was all
in and waa put on the bench for
ever and a day. Now the old boy
Is back in there for hlg batting,
fielding, base running and think
ing. They recover quickly In the
national game.
••■ • • •
We have an Idea this TTniver
sity of Michigan sprinter who is
going to run the 440 at the Chi
cago pre-Olympic games, would
be more successful at the Haff
mile.
• .:*.:» • • ■r.
O, boy, pleaae page Mr. Ad
Brennan, our new white hope.
\ • ; •.. ■, * £.«£* ! m. - V -
The Millers did not go under
the ag 8 limit when they signed
Lee Tannehill. Say,. Joe Socks
Seymour ia at liberty. .. ■
*•• n • ■ "■- • • ' . .
> We're a little suspicions about
Tuesday, July 8. 1913. -
that rather fulslme English '
praise of our tenniser, MeLough
lin. Perhaps, they are m-akin
him look so good to us that in
case their own man comes along
and hands him a beating, the tri
umphant Britisher will size up
all the more Important.
• • • • a
We're glad to know that Bom.
hardier Wells has finally found
somebody he could lit*. Bomb
had a long search before he was
successful. —
• • • • *
Danny Murphy says it is going
to be easy for the Athletics to
cop the American rag. To make
such <a prediction at this time re
quires neither brains nor nerve.
*****
We. never realized how poefl.
cal, how aesthetic and how artis
tic an umpire could look until we
saw Jim Johnstone in suspenders.
• . * • • • • «
It is very delightful to have a
summer home on the palisades o(
McGinnity meadow. We are able
to sneak away from the office
early la the afternoon and spend
two or three hours there about
every day. Everything is con
venient. We even have a tele
phone at our elbow and are able
to transact all our business with
out leaving our chair. 'Tls «
great life to be rich and Idle.
••• • • -
Our idea of nothing at ail-
Taking baseball as a duty in
stead of as a relaxation.
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