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ONE CENT IN CITY. ON TRAINS, FIVE CENTS.
Beavers Defeat Indians, 4-2
BA TTRIES FOR TOD A V:
SPOKANE —KILLILAY AND OSTDIEK
VANCOUVER—JENSEN AND LEWIS
Before; a large weekday crowd, plentifully besprinkled
with femininity- today being ladies' day- the Indians
again this afternoon faced the Reavers at Recreation park,
determined to retrieve lost honors and even up the score.
'The principal change in the local lineup was the re
moval of Pehdry at second, the subtsitution of Cartwrighl
at that position and the putting of Granville, originally
intended For the place, in the game at shortstop. IVndry,
who made errors galore yesterday, went to the bench.
The day was too windy for good, fast hall, and the play
ers were more or less hampered throughout the game.
The teams lined up as follows:
Spokane, - Davis, If; Cartwright; L'h; Kippert. cf; Weed,
rf; Nordyke, lb; Flood, 3b; Granville, ss ; Ostdiek, 05
Killilay, p.
Vancouver- Adams, rf; Breen, 3b; Streib, lb; Flana
gan, cf; .lames, L'h; ( apron. If; Scharnweber, ss; Lewis, c;
Jensen, p.
Umpire- Frary. Attendance 2,000.
FIRST INNING.
Adams struck out; Breen out.
Cartwrlght to Nordyke; streib
grounded out, Granville to Nordyke,
For Spokane, Davis flew out to
Scharnweber; CurtWrlghl thrown
out at first by catcher; Kippert
dropped a Texas leaguer Into right
(enter for a double; Weed walked;
Nordyke struck out.
SECOND INNING.
Flanagan out, Cartwrlght to Nor
dyke; James safe on Granville's
error; Capron got base on bulls;
Scharnweber flew out to Kippert!
Lewis singled Into ripiit center,
■coring James; Jensen lilt to short,
who threw Lewis .nut at second.
For Spokane, flood hit hot drive
to Btrelb, who got it with one hand;
Granville Btruck out; Ostdlek hit to
short center for two bags, bul was
thrown out at third trying to make
it a triple,
THIRD INNING.
Adams fouled out lo Ostdlek;
Breen out. Cartwrigh! to Nordyke;
Streib flew oul to Weed.
For Spokane Killilay went out.
Janus to Strelb; Davis grounded
oui to Strelb; Cartwrlght went out.
Broi ii to Strelb.
FOURTH INNING.
Flanagan singled over shortstop;
James sacrificed him to second;
Capron Bingled over second, scor
ing Flanagan, but was touched oul
at second, center field to catcher
to second; Scharnweber hit a high
one to left Held, and Paws made
n star < Rtch.
For Spokane. Kippert went out.
sjeharnweber t" Strelb; Weed went
out. .lane s to Strelb; Nordyke flew
out lo Scharnweber.
FIFTH INNING.
L( wis walked; Jensen sacrificed
him to second; Lewis scored on
Adams' smashing two bagg< r to
left center; Davis made another
star catch of linen's high fly;
Strelb fouled out to Ostdlek,
PLANS FIGHTS FOR HIS CHARGE
JOHNNY COULON A M> JOE CHOYNBKI.
Will take charge of Jin Joffrles,
to prepare bun tor the right with
Jack Johnson.
Sam Berger, manager of the
big fellow. ma> be all tight as a
trainer for a man nutting ready
for it four round bout, but no one
bad any faith In Bam when it
came to preparing Jeff tor it fight
such as the battle of Emeryville
promises to be.
But Qhoynskl! That's different
Every lmtu hi touch with the tight
For Spokane, Flood walked;
Granville struck out; Ostdiek safe
on Scharnweber's error, latter los
ing B chance tor double; Killilay
struck out; Davis grounded out,
pitcher to first.
BIXTH INNING.
Flanagan singled through short;
.lames sacrificed hlin to second;
('apron Btruck out; Scharnweber
singled to left field scoring Plan*
agan; Lewis struck out.
For Spokane, Cartwrlght was
safe on Hcharnweber's error; Kip
perl singled down past first base;
Weed out. Breen to Streib; Nor
dyke singled past shortstop Cart
Wright scoring; Flood singled into
left field, and Ktpert scored; Gran
ville grounded to James, who touch
ed Flood on the wax to second.
Gram tile being sale; Ostdlek flew
out to James,
SEVENTH INNING.
Jensen opened with a three-bag
ger; Adams was hit by pitcher and
stole second; Breen flew out to
Cartwrlght; Streib slnuk out;
Flanagan grounded out to Nordyke.
For Spokane. Killilay struck otit.
Both Davis and Cartwrlght went
otu on grounders, lames to Streib.
EIGHTH INNING.
James flew out to Kippert; Ca
pron flew out to Weed; Scharn
weber grounded out to Nord.
For Spokane. Kippert singled into
left field, but was doubled out at
second when Weed grounded to
Scharnweber. Nord grounded out.
Scharnweber lo Strelb.
NINTH INNING.
Lewis flew out In Davis; Jensen
out. Nordyke to Killlluy, Klllilny
covering second; Adams fouled out
to Ostdlek.
For Spokane, Flood flew oul to
Scharnweber; Pendry batting for
Granville, Pendry walked; Ostdlek
ground to James, w ho threw pendry
out al second; Hrooks batting for
inn game Itnowi the blond phs*
mini, anil his ablllt) Id point
Jeffries for the big show ll admit
, tod i ight and left.
Men who have been slow In ex
pressing their opinion of the
fight, who hung back and refused
to declare their belief in Jeff's
ability to win, are now out in the
open, laying their money.
Cboynskl lias caused this reac
tiori Men are tutting because
Continued on Pago Three.
Vancouver
Spokane
Killilay, Hrooks was lilt by pitcher.
Keener is running for Brooks.
Davis out. .lames to Streib.
> MORE SPORTS ON PAGE 3
Additional sporting news
and gossip, including an ac
count of yesterday's game at
Recreation park, will be found
on page 3 of this edition.
MAJOR LEAGUE
RESULTS
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Pittsburg— R. H. E.
Cincinnati jj 8 2
Pittsburg 5 t> 8
Batteries—Beebe and Mclean;
Adams and Gibson.
At Chicago— R. H. IC-
St. Louis 1 7 1
Chicago 2 6 1
Battries —Corrldon and Bresna
han; Coleman and Needhani.
At Philadelphia— n. H. B.
New York 6 11 1
Philadelphia 2 S 3
Batteries —Raymond and Solei;
More undo Doom.
At Boston— R. H. E.
Brooklj n 10 IS 3
Huston 3 8 6
Batteries—Rucker and Bergen;
Richie, Evans, Orahaiu and Rior
dan.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
At Cleveland —Chicago Cleveland
game postponed: rain.
At New York— li. 11. EC.
Philadelphia II 5 4
New York 7 9 'i
Batteries Coombs. Dygert.
Thomas and l<app; Fold and
Sw eeney.
At St Louis 1!. II- E3
Detroit 7 10 0
St. Louis 1 4 4
Batteries Mullin and Btanage;
Batle) and Stephens,
At Washington— it. H. K.
Boston i i*> 3
Washington 2 12 1
Battrles Collins ami Carrigan;
Johnson and Street.
( 12 innings t
JEFF HAS A
BOIL LANCED
(By United Press Leased Wire)
RO WARDEN NAN, April 28.—Jet
frtea planned t<> resl throughout the
day following the lancing of a boil
on bis back that has been troubling
him for several days. The big
fighter went to Santa Cruz last
night, where a miniature Aetna
was lanced by a surgeon. The
wound was dressed carefull) and
precautions taken to prevent infec
tion of tiie wound.
Although suffering some discom
fort from soreness Jeffries did a lit
tie light Work in the course of the
day to keep his muscles limber.
Jeffries skipped rope and plan
ned to play baseball, but his advls
ers were not willing to have him
risk serious injury by too violent
exercise while he is feeling a "hit
under the weather."
JOHNSON WILL
TAKE II EASY
(By United Press Leased Wirel
PORT COST V Cal., April JS
lack Johnson, who passed through
here last night on his way to Los
Angeles, where he Is lo give an ex
hlbltton, stated he would begin
training within a Week and would
take matters vcr> cas> until the
middle of May,
The big fighter said he could not
understand whj people were so
much concerned about when he
would commence training
"it matters more to me whether
I .1111 In condition than it does to
the people." said Johnson. Hut 1
have been In condition in every one
of my California fights and I will be
this time I am going to fight as
I never did before because 1 want
to win this fight."
Johnson will arrive in San Fran
cisco Saturday morning and go to
his Seal Hock training place tin fol
lowing Monday or Tuesday.
ROBEBURO, April 11, Jilted by
her lover. Veluia Davis, 16, swal
lowed carbolic mid Tin timet)
arrival of physicians saved hc-r.
"THE PINK"
Baseball Extra
" 9
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1910.
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. H. E.
0 10 1110 0 o—4 7 3
00000200 o—2 6 1
_
SEVERE TEST OVER LONG ROUTE FOR JEFFRIES
LATEST PHOTOGRAPH OF JIM JEFFRIES—HIS
TRAINING FACE
Here's the big hear, just as he
looks Whet) he's a little bit sore at
something. Imagine then the face
that will glare at .lack Johnson
when the two meet at Emeryville,
July 4.
Jim Jeffries with a mad on Isn't
a pleasant proposition for any one
to buck up against, and he's pretty
sure to be In just this shape when
he stacks up against the present
JACK FLASHES GOLDEN
SMILE ON ANGEL CITY
(By United Press Leased Wire)
LOS ANGELES, April 28.—Five
hundred howling, cheering ne
groes greeted Jack Johnson to
day when he stepped from the Owl
limited train at the Southern Pacific
arcade station. Flashing his golden
smile and bowing right and left to
his worshipping black brothers, the
champion followed Manager George
Little to the automobile that was to
carry him to his quarters.
With Johnson was his wife,
lieorgo Little and Mrs. Little. Sid
Hart, Baruey Purey, Martin Cutler
ami Qeorge Col ton.
This is the party that will estab
lish itself at the negro's Seal Rocks
training camp, where his actual
work for the Jeffries fight begins
Although few of the local sports
SPORT SPICE
A fellow out in the bleachers yesterday got a black eye and was
frighteued out of about a year of his natural life for knocking the
home team Moral Boost.
Pendrj is an enigma Tuesday he played a fine game of ball, with
the exception of a couple of error s that did not happen to prove
costly, but yesterday he was a frlghu Some of the fans are already
in favor of taking him out of the second base position and that don't
sound like a bad Idea Ills hatting la good, that is it was Tuesday,
and the home team needs it, but his errors of yesterday show that a
big pin I- is being paid for bis hits.
The Sati Francisco sports are buying the big seats for the Jeffries
Johnson go Leave a few for us.
Keener could casilv have won that gome yesterday If li hadn't been
for those Infield errors.
Snapping <>f human bones in a I errwle accident could scarcely have
affected the patriotic Spokane tuns mou- than the cracking of the
Beavers' bats in those last two Inaldks. Didn't it make you sick?
Brlcksog is a good natured anlma) If they do call him a "bl| moose,"
!>)(l you pipe ,ii>«' Cohn I'ountlag noses In the grandstand yesterdayt
No, lie is not mi enumerator, ho t* (resident of tit*■ home team
Where are the with their "jpe|>"? The Indium seed all
of it that they can get
• ventured an opinion on Johnson's
appearance, preferring to wait until
he stripped for his exhibition at
,\atid Junction tonight, others were
not backward In stating that the
negroes hat vest moon face and a
suspicious wrinkle beneath his chin
might be evidence of the good
things to eat and drink mentioned
in reports of his Chicago doings.
Johnson will go four rounds with
.one of his trainers at the Naud
Junction pavilion tonight.
After his work is done he will at
-1 tend a reception in his honor at the
; rooms of the Blue and Cold club, a
lorsl colored organization.
! He expects to leave for San Frnn
cittpo Saturday or Sunday and to be
in his training quarters soon after
May 1.
holder of the heavyweight title.
The amount of love lost between
Jeffries and Johnson would never
get a reward for any one who found
it lying around loose. While John
son professes to have nothing but
the friendliest feelings for his oppo
nent. Jeffries refuses to dissemble,
and says what he thinks about big
Jack.
Just to get an idea of how big
Jeffries really Is, look at his thigh.
It resembles, more than anything
else perhaps, a sturdy oak tree. Its
immensity caste much doubt upon
the story that Jeffries weighs but
230 pounds, and gives color to the
story that the big bear tips the
beam In the neighborhood of 250
or 260 pounds.
LANGFORD WANTS
ANOTHER FIGHT
(By Unittd Press Leased Wire)
PHILADELPHIA, April 28.—Sam
Laugt'ord wauts to arrange to mcci
Stanley Ketchel for another fight,
lollowlcg Langford's defeat in a six
round contest before the National
Athletic club.
It was a slashing affray from the
first round to the last, when
Ketchel won the verdict by rushing
9ani and punishing his ribs and
stomach.
Up to the last round it was any
body's fight. Sam gave as much as
he took and made a splendid show
ing. In the fourth round he had
v 'etchel on the defensive.
SPORT BRIEFS
Ed Reulbach, Cub pitcher, ill
with diphtheria In St. Ixiuis. im
proving.
Jack Thoney left in Cincinnati
on account of lame shoulder when
Huston Red Sox went home.
Washington critics say Nationals
will finish no lower than sixth.
Hooper. Red Sox left fielder, has
been handling ground balls poorly.
lahi Criger Is counted on to catch
two thirds of Yankee's games.
Duffy Lewis, Pacific coast re
cruit, will be Red Sox extra out
fielder.
Johnny Kling is active in reor
ganization of Kansas City league,
and may not rejoin Cubs.
Firemen of Pittsburg suburb
threaten to quit if not allowed to
play Sunday ball.
Tea Richard has Jeff and John
sou insured for $30,000 each with
Lloyds.
Canadian house of commons de
clared race track bookmaklng
legal.
Harvard favors forward pass
while Yale opposes it.
(Bt United Press Leased Wire)
SAX FRANCISCO, April 28.—
netting on ths McCarthy-Moras
fight, scheduled for tomorrow
night. fluctuated around even
mono) today-, ow ing to the presence
of considerable McCarthy coin. Mo
ran is touted a technical favorite,
the price ruling recently having
been 10 to 9 on the Englishman.
KEOGH HOLDS POOL TITLE
(United Press Leased Wire.
ROCHESTER, N. V., April
28. —Jerome Keogh has retain
ed his title of world's pool
champion. He successfully de
fended the title against Clar
ence Safford of Chicago. The
final score was 600 to 493 in
favor of Keogh.
EIGHTH YEAR. No. 160. 10 CENTS PER WEEK.
GADDY AND SEATON IN
BOX IN TACOMA TODAY
SEATTLE, 3; TACOMA, 4
TACOMA, April 28. —Manager j
Blankenshlp put Gaddy in the box
In the third and last game of the
Turks-Tigers series at the home
i baseball grounds today. Weather
; was a trifle cool, but there was no
1 sign of diminishing attendance.
Seaton and Shea constituted the
Turks' battery and Byrnes was be
hind the bat for the Tacoma outfit.
FIRST INNING. |
Seattle 0 j
Tacnioa 0
▲kin caught out by Coleman. I
Raymond struck out. Benentt flew,
out to left field. For Taconia. Hart-j
man out at first. Rockenfield flew;
out, left field. Bassey struck out.
SECOND INNING.
Seattle 0!
Tacoma 0
Lynch out on long fly to Hart-;
man. Frisk out at first. Johuson
struck out. For Tacoma, Stevens,
made a two-bagger to left field. |
Coleman sacrificed, Stevens going j
to third. Jansing struck out. Mott
also struck out. leaving Stevens
hugging third. j
THIRD INNING. '<
Seattle 0
Taconia 0
Thompson flew out to Hartman. 1
Shea out at first. Seaton flew out'
to short. For Tacoma. Barner out
at first. Gaddy struck out. Hart
man out at first.
FOURTH INNING.
Seattle 1 j
Tacoma 0
Akin went to first on grounder
to center and Raymond walked.
Bennett reached first on Stevens',
error and Akin went to third.
Lynch brought Akin in with a long
| fly to left, and was caught out.
j Raymond stole secoud. Frisk sent
j short one to second and Raymond
, was caught out at the plate. John
; ston out on fly to right.
I For Tacoma, Rockenfield and
j Bassey both out at first. Coleman
setn a grounder to right field and
reached first. Jansing and Cole
man out on double at second and
« first.
TODAY'S RACING RESULTS
Emeryville results:
First race —Abigail X., 9 to 10,
won; Abe Slupskey, 10 to 1, second;
, Lizard. 3 to 1. third. Time. :4S 2-5.
Second race—Goltco, 7 to 2, won;
Rev el Tovar, 3 to 1. second; Elec
trowun, :i to 6, third. Time, 1:07 3-5.
Third race —Redeem. 2 to 1, won;
Beauman, 11 to 2. second: Marburg,
9 to 10, third. Time, 1:40 3-5.
Pimlico results:
First race—Chilton Belle, 16 to 1,
won; Hertic. 1 to I!, second; Musk-
I melon, third. Time, :57 25.
Second race —Wenna. 4 to 1,
won; Kyle. 3to 1, second; Jennie
| Wells, third. Time. 1: !8 2-6.
j Third race- —Apologize. 5 to 1.
■ won; l.ad of l.angdoii, 5 to 2, sec
ond; Olive Ely, third. Time. 1:44.
Fourth race—Ross Fenton, 16 to
1, won: Tourney, 8 to 5, second:
"I SAID I WOULD
WIN, AND I DID"
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LONDON, April 28.--Claude O.
White, the aviator, beaten by Louis
Paulhan in his flight from London
'to Manchester, reconsidered his
determination not to complete the
flight and ascended at Polesworlh
at 0:02 o'clock this afternoon.
White was forced to abandon his
flight this morning when he struck
' adverse air currents at Polesworth.
I He was flying 200 feet high near
the start and was making rapid
time.
"I said I would win. and I did,"
was I'aulhau's comment today. "I
am sorry the cold prevented my
winning without .slopping. 1 have
SEATTLE BOXERS ARE HERE FOR
S. A. A. C. SMOKER TOMORROW
To be thoroughly prepared for
their bouts in the S. A. A. C 5
smoker here tomorrow night at
the gymnasium of the s. A. A. C,
Monroe street aud Malu avenue,
several Of the Seattle athletes,
who are being sent by l-onule Aus
tin, are reported lo have already
arrived in Spokane.
These bouts, which are to be the
la*t of the season in boxing and
wrestling, will, beyond doubt, be
the 11 st given, because of the fact
thai Promoter Uullivaut has care
FIFTH INNING.
Seattle 0
Tacoma 0
Thompson out at first. Shea
struck out. Seaton got to first
when Coleman threw high. Seaton
out at second on Atkins' fly. For
Taenia, Jensing out on a high one
to Raymond. Mott flew out to left.
Byrnes struck out.
SIXTH INNING.
Seattle t
Tacoma 0
Raymond flew out to Bassey.
; Bennett grounded to Coleman, out
lat first. Lynch drove long one to
deep center and made third on
: Hartmau's error. Frisk grounded
'to short and gave I.nch an easy
• score. Johnston made first on one
jto center. Thompson out. For
| Tacoma. Gaddy sent one to center
' and went out. Hartman made a
. hit to center and reached first, and
; Rockenfield put him on second with
a good one to left field. Bassey
j flew out. Stevens out at first.
SEVENTH '\NING.
! Seattle 0
' Tacoma 2
Shea flew out. Seaton got to
first on a grounder to deep center.
Akin sent him to secend. Raymond
flew out. Bennett out at first. For
Tacoma. Coleman sent one to Ben
nett, out at first. Jansing Walked.
Mott flew out to Raymond and
Jansing stole second. Byrnes
brought in Jansing and came In
himself on a single to short, which
Kyamond missed. Gaddy out at
first.
EIGHTH INNING.
Seattle 0
Tacoma 0
NINTH INNING.
Seattle 1
Taconia 2
FINAL SCORK:
R. H. E. •
Seattle .. • 3 8 1
Tacoma 4 7 3'
Seven girls and three boys were
born in Spokane yesterday.
Stella Lang, third. Time. 4:23 2-5.
Fifth race— Layminster. 10 to 5.
won: Teddy, 4 to 1, second; Laste
ful, third. Time, 1:19 2-5.
Aqueduct results:
Second race—Kocky O'Brien. 3
to i, won ; Rose Queen, out, second:
King Olympian, third. Time,
1:11 3-5.
Third race —Madman, 8 to 5,
won; Campeon. 9 to 10. second;
Eddie Ougan, third. Time, 1:12 3-5.
Fourth race—Guy Fisher, 6 to 5,
won; Question Mark. 3 to 5. sec
ond. Right Easy, third. Time.
1:81 4-5.
Fifth race—Golden Agnes. 6 to 1,
I won; Vashti, 3 to 5, second; Hori
zon, third. Time, :47 4-5.
I Sixth race —N'unda, 11 to 5, won;
Faultless, 7 to 1, second; Brighton,
third. Time, 1:28.
the highest admiration for YVhite'a
pluck."
Although the public was some
what aggrieved because of Paul
han's 70 minute lead In the race,
both aviators declare today that
the contest was honestly run. No
unwarranted advantage was. taken
by either man. It la stated.
White, at the earliest opportun
ity, wired his heartiest congratula
tions to Paulhan. The beat man
won, he said.
The Mall sent congratulations to
Paulhan and White.
"Cordial congratulations to Paul
han, mingled with sincere sym
pathy for White, his gallant rival,"
the message read.
fully chosen the moat prominent
and efficient talent he could find
en the coast to go on with local
men.
One of the most Interesting box
lug bouts will be that of Jack
l-an'all versus tommy Kellv, at
12!> pounds, lainfall boat Cliff,
Dyer a few weeks ago, and Is eon-/
fidcnt of putting over another vie
to.y on Kelly, but those who know
Kelly's capabilities believe the
hut els in this bout will be kept
lv Siw.kaue. #

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