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BBIG SPECIAL
FEATURES
TIGERS EARN WELL DESERVED VICTORY OVER PORTLAND COLTS
McGlnnity Shows
Streaks of Former
Ball Greatness
A tl—rk coat of whitewash waa
a—rend a—er the Colt* yesterday
9m oar own t—il-etad Tig in ■■ J.J
■ana of old. He was as baay- aa
a man franaaag moving picture*
A Tj-wa Chhh at hat, a MawJww
saa ta tha haa, aad aa mlAdtm t_l-
B—s an the bases, he pia-ad a
amahlastl an of all-round hag sari
dnaa witnessed in the nhm
leagues. Ths heat Portland could
do against Joe was six hits and
they were scattered over as man)
taulugs and usually came with
two ont oe with aa ruiuacra »
the sacks. Yea, Joe was tha Mg
smoke y saw as-day, and the nana!
liulet gaatlaering of I ally fans nee
ar overlooked an opportunity U
ahms their approval.
• • s
What do you know about the
Tigers pulling off two double
steals In one game Tbey nevei
did thst before. Of course tbe
Colts should have broken up both
of them but that doesn't covet
tbs fsct that the Bengals stole
McOinntty on first and West oa
third negotiated the firat robbery
Murray threw to catch Joe go
ing to second. Coltrin returned
the threw to Murray to catch
West hat the throw was wide.
Brottem and Butler repeated
the same performance la the
sixth frame, Butler scoring when
Coltrin threw high to Murray.
p a a
The Tigers displayed a slight
tendency yesterday to take aa
occasional chance on the bases.
At that it looked aa If they ahould
hare stretched four hits for an
ether base. So far the Bengali
have been loafing on the paths
Perhaps their success yesterday
will .arm their feet a trifle.
. . .
Murray, Portland'a big leagui
aspirant behind the bat. displayed
about the best example of bush
league bsll seen this year. He
Insulted McOlnnity in nearly
every way possible The climax
cams in the eighth inning aftei
Murray had thrown a handful ol
dirt down Joe's back while he
VANCOUVER TOPS
LEAGUE AGAIN
VANCOUVER, July 18—Van
eouvar went back to first place
yesterday, defeating Victoria, 5
ta 1. Tha scare: X H I
Vancouver 5 16 1
Victoria 1 * 1
Batteries Hunt and Cheek:
Drlecoll. Mr Henry and Hoffman
MOGULS DISCUSS
LEAGUE UMPIRES
Tha qaeetloa of league umpire*
will be dtaenased st a meeting of
tha North -western league mag
nates at Seattle today.
_h_t_""_fTPL I •**» and O Bt
_rb_A<l l>*T ABB
SfffW^Jj M'~Hr
mfm txmooi.
■ \IF "-~"*B ENTKR IOW
Tacoma it Indianapolis
Fastest ant Finest Uiv stiiim
era —the viutrk and Qulst
Way ta Seattle.
rii.m not an i.ii'« nun
Lasva Municipal Docg. Taco
ma. T li. tat. ll.tt a m.,
IN. 3 tt. % tt. t.PP, % SO. t tt
p. —'.
I—eve Cotmaa Dock. Seattla,
T at. t.tt. list a. m., IN.
J St. I'M 6 tt. 7 <!• Ili p re
•ingle Par* *Pv Rous* Trip tor
a aTKana BVKBI a hsi na
ant ■ g Irosuota for Seattle
orle IM p. m.
a a- joiki %a*Met
_^-ic_kualci»all>ot^iri««S
«-■_•_•
Seacow
in th*
Irtlanil
IN THE WORLD OF SPOR TS
was at bat la the seventh Mur
ray came ta tha plata in the
eighth and Immediately began to
rartle MeOlaatty. Jaa stood It
aa long as possible then dropped
the ball and started to pat the
silencer on Murray. Wheelei
stepped between tha two aad
saved a general raw.
TTMKS BOX SCORE.
Portland AB R H PO A E
Coltrin, as . . 4 0 0 1 1 0
Milligan. cf . 4 0 1 2 0 0
Melcholr, rf 4 9 1 0 0 I
Lewis, If ... 2 • • I • t
Oulgul. 3b . . 3 0 1 1 T 0
McKune. 2b . 2 0 1 • 2 0
Williams, lb 3 • • » 0 0
Murray, c . . S ti I 1 3 ft
Haaseu, p . . 3 9 I 0 1 0
Totals ... 29 0 • 24 14 1
Tacoma AB R H PO A H
Bender, cf . . 4 0 0 1 0 ii
Neighbors, rf 3 0 1 SOU
McMullln. 3b 2 0 0 3 3 0
Butler, ss . . 4 2 2 4 3 tl
Brottem. c.. 3 1 2 4 1 0
Stokke. .Mi . 4 • 0 2 3 0
Fries, If .... • 1 B 7 1 0
McGlnnity. p 2 0 1 2 4 0
Totals ...M 4 7 27 12 C
Portland ....») 0000 00 0 o—o
Tacoma 00003100 • —4
Summary: Stolen bases Mil
ligan, Butler 2, Brottem. McGln
nity. Double plays McKune to
Coltrin to Williams: Guignl tc
Williams; West to McOlnalty tc
Brottem: McOlnnity to Butler to
West. Two-base hits - Butler 2
Fries. Hansen. Guignl. Sacrifice;
hits- McMullln. West. McKune
Base oa balls— Brottem 2, West
2. Neighbors. Struck out Lewis
McOlnnity. Bases on balls Oil
Hansen 6.
4 4
4 NORTHWUSTKR.* IMAUVU 9
4 , —
♦ Testerday-s Reealtn •
♦ Tacoma 4. Portland ■• •>
A Seattle 2, Spokane 1. ♦
♦ Vancouver 5, Victoria 1. *>
♦ •
4 Standing of tha Clubs. •
♦ Woa. Lest Pet •
♦ Vancouver .61 33 .323 >
♦ Spokane ...57 SB .330 p
9 Seattle mi 37 .619 »
♦ Victoria ...38 33 .333 *•
» Portland ..S3 33 .373 4
*> Tacoma ...33 32 .331 A
4 •
♦ Whaww They Play Today. 9
4 Portland at Tacoma (3: IS A
A Spokane at Seattle. ♦
A Victoria at Vancouver 4
♦ «
RATIONAL
Standing of the t lulls.
Won. In. c Pet
New York |5 31 .532
Chicago 4 4 37 .643
St. Louis 41 43 .SM
Cincinnati 39 40 .494
Philadelphia ...33 39 .483
Brooklyn 34 39 .498
Pittsburg 34 *9 .4~>»
Boston 34 42 .447
ResaHs Viltidaj
New York 3. Pittsburg 1.
St. Louts 9. Philadelphia «.
Chicago t, Brooklyn 2.
Boston 12. Cincinnati 19.
AMERICAN
st and ing of the flans.
Wen. ta—g. Prt.
Philadelphia ... 43 32 .590
Detroit 48 38 .548
Washington 42 38 .525
Chicago 43 88 .825
St. Louis 42 38 .525
Boston 44 39 .470
New York 31 45 .488
Cleveland 37 63 343
Rcwalt* Yesterday-.
Cleveland t. Washington 1.
Boston 8. Detroit 2.
ST. LOUIS TEAM IS 810 SENSATION OF TEAR IN BASEBALL
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WHAT A OOOD MANAGER CAN DO WITH POOR MATERIAL IS
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SHOWN BT BRANCH RICKEY WHO HAS HIS TEAM N_fAR TOP
By Hugh H. Enllertoa.
St Louis is furnishing the
double sensation of ths baseball
season: spoiling the stock of the
Jokesmiths. and spreading large
over the Western baseball map
With the season almost hall
over the Browns and Cardinal a
so long hopeless teams, are dp
there, close behind the leaders
and fighting every inch of the
way. refualng to slip back to
FEDERAL
Standing of the Clnba.
Won. Lost. P-t
Chicago 42 SS .B«0
Indianapolis i'l 34 .558
Brooklyn 3» S4 .584
Buffalo 39 3*5 .520
Baltimore 41 37 .521
St. Louis 37 45 .451
Kansas City ....38 45 .458
Pittsburg 30 46 .395
M. biili» Ip-iimlsi
Pittsburg G, Brooklyn 4.
Kansas City 3, Chicago 2.
Indianapolis 8. St. Louis 2.
Baltimore 4, Buffalo 3.
Pacific Coast League
Staadiag of the < inbe.
Waa. I*l*l. Pet
Los Angelea ...58 48 .541
Portland - 52 43 .547
Venice 54 48 .511
Ban Francisco .55 51 .511
Sacramento ....48 6« .481
Oakland 41 «2 .481
Resalts V mater day.
Portland 6,-Los Angelea 1.
Oakland 4, Sacramento 1.
Ban Francisco ?.. Venire 1.
the tacJoma times
where tlie critics declared t"hey
belong, and growing etmnger
Branch Rickey, college man
theorist, and sportsman has the
Browns above most of his high,
priced fompetitors. and so cloae
behind the Athletics that a week
of luck might bring about the
mlrai le and place the Brawns st
the top.
Miller Muggins, with a team
which at the start of the season
seemed doomed to last place, is
keeping away from the bottom
and 'laying the best bail af an>
of ths Western teams barring tha
rejuvenated Reds.
While it is hardly probable
that the Browns caa stay In the
first division, or that tha Car
dinals can hope to remain a
their present station, their sue
cess thus far is a distinct tri
umph for the managers.
Ia the spring Rickey, himself
an untried manager, had about
the worst looking bunch of ma
terial of aay leader in either Jt
the old leagues possibly except
lag Chance and Hersog. His
pitchers had shown strength. H*
had four that in fact ware of
championship caliber if with
strong teams. He was wlthon 1
aa Infield, had tae remnants . ."*
a broken outfield, and a exieri
neotat catching stsff.
Rickey took l.eary. a proaiis-.
Ing recruit, snd made a Oral
baseman of merit. He wortseal
Wares, who waa laat fair oa tha
Coast and gave little promise ot
major league strength, lata a
good man. Ha made a ball play
er of Del Howard, manager of
Baa rraaeiseo. But his moat
surprising success haa been with
Clarence Walker. This boy wa*
with Washington when oaly aa
Immature youth. He had apeeil
and little else—and now he is
up there with Cobb In batting,
and is fielding better than ever.
There you are outside of pitch
ers and catchers ths Brown i
have scarcely a man any other
team in the league would want
aa a regular—and they are near
tbe top and still fighting. The
answer Is that brains aud hust
ling count.
INS AND OUTS
Boeckel waa la the grand
stand yesterday. Ha Is out
temporarily with a alight attack
of blood poisoning.
Some race we're having. Van
couver jumped to the lop yester
day with Spokane and Seattle
only a game or so behind.
I.enaett who played three
games on first base for the Tiger*
the last time Vancouver was hen
is working for an uncle in Spo
kane.
Stokke has played good ball
i In left field, at first base and on
tbe keystone corner, in the shot*
time that he has been with the
Tigers.
Which Is the best third base
man. Ouigni or McMullln?
"Over the garden wall"—a
three-act tragedy staged by Ben
der and Ouigni. These two play
era have knocked four fouls over
the left field fence this week that
have just missed being fair by
inches.
Evidently there Is another
pitcher on the Tiger staff. Man
agerial worries you know.
Tacoma and Portland will play
a double-header at Athletic park
Sunday afternoon. The first
game will start at 2 p. m.
SEATTLE EVEN
WITH INDIANS
SEATTI,E. July 1 «.—Seattle
evened the series with Spokane
>esterday. winning ths game 2
te 1. Tha score: It II I
Seattle 2 5 1
Spokane 1 11 C
Batteries: Dell. Bonner and
(adman. Arlett and Shea
CLABBY SHOWS
PLENTY OF CLASS
SAYS FULLERTON
Br Hugh H. Kullertaa.
It looks as If we have at last
a middleweight with rlas. Jimmy
Clabby appears to hare -proved
tbat his In provesaent during the
last* eighteen mouths Is real aad
not due to inferiority of his op
ponents -
A month ago f received a let
ter from an Australian boxln*
expert v> ho declared Eddie Mc-
Goorty had cone oa so rapidly
that he had a magnificent chance
to beat Clabby "If Clabby does
not continue to Improve."
"Claby la a wonder," he con
tinued. "I don't know what hit
limit Is but hs ia getting Better,
faster and cleverer all the time.
I thought he had reached tha
ATHLETIC CLUB
FOR TACOMA
Tacoma now haa an athletic
club whoss interests will he
»holly concerned with the pro
mot ion of rleau sport In Taeoma.
The organization grew out of
the Conversation league that has
been defunct for several months
At a meeting of the old C'onver
sationallsta last night It was de
cided to turn the old organiza
tion into an athletic club.
Clinton Munley waa elected
secretary of the new club which
as-ill begin ac;rvitles right away.
CALIFORNIANS
WIN AT TENNIS
CINCINNATI, 0., July 18. —
Californiana were the only en
til.-s left In the finals and semi
finals of the clay court tennia
championship tourney here yes
terday morning. Griffin and Fot
teral of Han Francisco eaaly de
feated Wayne and Brown of _os
Angeles'in the semi-finals.
attellTwill"
manage vernon
ABEIiPKKX, July 1 g.—"Tex"
Vernon has signed a contract
with Monte Attell as manager.
This disposes of the aervlces of
Eddie Marino, who has been man
aging Vernon. Ku I lowers of tha
boxing game say that thla is one
ot the best moves that Vernon
has made.
Hungary Hires
U. S. Trainer
I-awson Robertson, fur a num
hat of >cur~i tminer af tie Irish-
American Athletic club, has b-e
--engaged for' a period of si» >ear^
to train Ihi track and fie.d m *,
of Hungary. It Is aaid that Rob
ertson will receive the highest
aalary ever paid a trainer going
from America to Europe. He it
the fourth American to coach
European teama for the coming
Olympic games.
BASEBALL I
BOXING I
limit of hia ability, but hs keepa 1
Improving. MrGoortt is bettei
now than Clubby waa when ha
came ore.-—aad it will be a test.
or dabby. He beat MrGoortv
twice—hut haa a better man t<>
beat this time.
The Hammond boy evidently
fought rings around the clever
Oshkosh battler who grew des
perate and lost It by fowling— j
probably saving himself a knock
out. It la pretty tough on Mc-
Uooity to get better and better j
and keep 011 tackling a fellow !
who Improves even more rapidly.
Again it Is possible Clabby "has
something on" McGoorty. Al
though the Australian critics be
lieve ha Is a real champion.
Ray Bronson Is
Now a Manager
Word comes from Auatrallu
that Ray Bronson, Indianapolis
welterweight champion now man
aging Milburn Baylor, haa de
rided to remain in the antipodes
until fall. Bronson who Is a
good fighter himself haa a rt-um
bor of crack battlers under hla;'
wing, and has Just added All
Moray, Australian welterweight 1
to hia stable.
n. vow c'MiMßaa iißMiani r«
t\v\i people wlio haia
been doctoring wllh
sut results. try ths
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■To the Public:
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ing from ohroalo
stomach troufitsa for '
ysars and found no i
Other medicines could
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gan to take Yes Wo s
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taking Ms remedy I i
•suit not aat any- !
thing 1 wanted. Now
I can eat anything
besides I am feeling
wall, ga I wis* to writs him thla I
latter ta show the public that whst '
he has dona for me ha can do for ;
yea. Re jpectf ully.
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Na. 1441 Fairbanks st.. Tacoma. Wat?
MARTIN DELANEY
MAY BE HONORED
Known the world over as a
great trainer of athletics. Martin
Delaney may be asked to trait}
the American team for the next
Olympic games. Delaney who Is
now with the Chicago Athletic
club, has had great success with
that organization, his teams win
ning moat M| track meet in.
which the.\ were entered.
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