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only four singles in eight innings, but
went wild In the ninth, giving a pass.
forcing In Chicago's first run by hitting
a batsman and being hit for a single and l
a double, good for two runs. The game
was called at the end of the tenth to al
low both teams to catch a train. The at
tendance was 6500. The score:
Chicago 2 6 2;Plttsburg 2 11 2
Batteries Rculbach and O'Neill; Fla
herty and Peltz.
Miserable Support Is Given
Fitzpatrick, the Twirler
for the Indians.
Detroit 1, Chicago 0.
CHICAGO. July 9. Detroit defeated
Chicago today. 1 to 0. Detroit bunched
their hits In the seventh, and with a sac
rifice and an error, made their tally. Mul
len pitched in fine form. The attendance
was 10.500. The score:
Chicago 0 4 lDctrolt 19 1
Batteries White and Sullivan; Mullen
PORTLAND 8, SEATTLE 1
THE 3IORXIXG OREGOXIAX, MONDAY, JULY 10. 1905.
Daslnvond, Behind ihc Bat, Makes a
Number of Dummy Plays.
Other Errors Prove
SEATTLE, "Wash.. July 9. (Special.)
Esslck went back In again todHy, and he
held Seattle, safe all the way. with the
exception of the seventh inning, when
McHale hit for two bases and scored on
Hall's single. The support given Fitzpat
rick was weird. In the ninth Inning our
runs were scored off one hit. Dash wood
stopped thinking altogether, and after he
had fielded Corbctt's bunt he heaved the
ball into the tall grass back of the right
field bleachers, and Corbett came all the
way home. Corbett had the hit beaten
ot when Dashwood threw.
A moment later Johnny Kane threw to
the bleachers, trying to head off Van Bu
ren, and Van went to third on the play.
The score does not begin to tell of Dash
wood's poor work, for his heaves at the
bases were fearfully wild and uncertain.
He .hatf the whole team up in the air.
A summary of Dashwood's performances
shows these as his most glaring mlsplays:
He made one throw that was good for a
home run; he stood with the ball in his
hand and allowed a man to steal second:
he had a man caught off the place a city
block on a squeeze play and lost him,
and he had two passed balls at critical
Fitzpatrick pitched good enough ball to
win had' he been given the right kind of
support, but he was tiresome in his de
llberateness. The. game was a joke, ac
centuated by Bray's uncertainties. When
the Big McLean stood up In front of him
Bray on tiptoes could not tell the ball
had been delivered until he heard it sound
In McLean's glove. The score:
AO. R. IB. TO. A. E.
Walter, rf 4 0 0 2 0 1
stlckney. cf 3 o 0 j o o
Kan 3b 3 0 0 0 1 2
Frary. lb 4 0 0 12 0 0
Houtz. If 4 0 110 1
McIJale. 2b , 4 1 3 2 3 0
R. Hall, w 4 0 1 15 1
Daehwood. c 4 0 1 8 3 1
Fitzpatrick, p 8 0 0 0 3 1
Totals 8n 1 0 27 15 7
AB. It. IB. PO. A. B.
Atz. e 3 1 X 4 1
Van Buren. ci 4 1 o S O 0
('Rtes. lb 5 O 1 D 1 o
Schlony. 2b 4 o 1 2 0 0
HoufoheWer. rf 4 o 1 1 O o
McLean, c 4 1 1 1 0
Runkle. 3b 3 113 4 1
Corbett. If 4 1 1 o. 0 0
Bsstck, p 4 110 10
Totals 35 8 8 27 11 2
SCORE BV INNINGS.
Seattle o 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 O 1
Hits O 2 0 1 0 O 2 0 1
Portland 1 1 o 0 1 o 1 o 48
Hits 1 2 O 1 0 0 2 0 28
Earned run Seattle. 1.
Two-ham? hit Mc'Hale.
Double play Fitzpatrick to Dariiwood to
Frary; Jtunkta to Cates to Runkle.
Sacrifice hits Atz, Van Buren.
Stolen baw-Kaiip, R. Hall. Atz, Schlafty
Struck Out By 'Fitzpatrick. 5- by EMck. 5.
Bass on balls Fitzpatrick. 3; Bsstek. 1.
Hit by pitched ball Kan.
Parched 1ml If Dashwood. 2.
Left on bases Seattle. 7; Portland, 5.
Time of ga'rhe One hour and 50 minutes.
TIGERS WIX TWO UPHILL GAMES
Errors of the Seals in the Arternoon
Responsible for Defeat.
TACOMA. July 9. Tacoma took two
games from San Francisco today. In both
contests the visitors took the lead, but
the home team fought against odds and
won out. In the morning there was much
wrangling. Graham and Gochnauer being
fined and put off the grounds. Lynch's
Eteal home was the ftviture. In the after
noon Thomas was hit harder than Hltt,
but Tacoma took advantage of San Fran
cisco's costly errors at oritical times.
B H E
San Francisco 1 0 0 4 0 0-00 0-fi 9 2
Tacoma 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 6 13 3
Batteries Henley and Shea; Fitzgerald
R. H. E.
San Francisco 2 0000000 02 9 S
Tacoma 0 0 1 0 01 2 0 4 C 1
Batteries Hitt and Wilson; Thomas and
Graham. Umpire Davis.
AXGELS SCORE TWO WINS.
Oakland's Errors Have Much to Do
With the Result.
SAN FRANXISCO. July 9. Los Angeles
defeated Oakland today. The Los An
geles team's superior work at the bat and
Oakland'.s errors gave the morning game
to Los Angeles by a score of 7 to 2. Ho
gan was batted hard, while Goodwin al
lowed six scattered hits.
Bunched hits and a wild throw by Mos
kiman. which let in two runs In the first
Inning, won the afternoon game for Los
Angeles by a score of 7 to 5. The scores:
Morning game R.H.D.
Los .Angeles 0 10 10 011 37 12 2
Oakland 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 02 6 4
Batteries Goodwin and Eager; Hogan
and -Stanley. Umpire Perrinc.
Afternoon games ILH.E.
Los Angeles 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 05 10 3
Oakland 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 14 9 1
Batteries Tozer and Eager; Iberg and
Oiynipia Takes Another Game.
MON'TESANO. Wash.. July 9. (Special.)
In the .Southwest Washington League
game today Olympia won by a score of
7 to 1. the same as yesterday's game.
Montesano could not get hits when she
Tiad men on bases, while nearly every
man of the Senators, who was walked or
hit by a pitched ball, managed to score.
Cincinnati C, St. Louis 1.
CINCINNATI. July 9. Three bases on
balls and a balk gave St. Louis Its only
run in the first inning. Sensational field
ing by the Cincinnatis kopt down the vis
itors' score. The attendance was 4200. The
Cincinnati.... 6 11 lSt. Louis 13 2
Batteries Overall and Phoinc T.in.
Chicago 2, Pittsburg 2.
CHICAGO." July 9. Pittsburg scored two
runs In' the fourth by bunching their hits.
Flaherty ..had the locals shut out with
Cleveland r-9f St. Louis 3-3.
ST. LOUIS. July 9. On a soggy field and
in a drizzling rain, Cleveland took both
games In a double-header today. The sec
ond game was Mopped in the fifth inning,
owing to a heavy downpour. The attend
ance was 3900. The scores:
St. Louis 3 S 6;Cloveland 5 7 1
Batteries Sudhoff and Roth; Rhoades.
Bernhard and Buelow.
St. Louis 3 6 ljcicveland 9 11 0
Batteries Morgan. Buchanan and Sug
uen; Donahue and Burns.
Games in Coos County League.
MARSHFIELD. Or.. July 9. The base
ball games today In the Coos County
League resulted as follows:
At Marslifield-Coquille 3. MarshfleM 2.
At North Bend North Bend 5, Ban
Manager Grin stead Takes Charge.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON. Se
attle. July 9. (Special.) Loren Grlnstead.
lately appointed graduate manager of ax
fairs at the university, has arrived in
Seattle. Coach Cutts and Manager Grln
stead will immediately begin a campaign
to get the men back at the college In
good season. Letters will be sent to all
of the prospective candidates, urging
them to be In Seattle by the first of Sep
tember. The coach and manajger will
spend a certain amount of time on each
man until he returns at the time ap
pointed. One other change which Is now contem
plated is in the training table. Hereto
fore when the management has attempt
ed to offer a place for such purposes. It
has been at the dormitory . There con
ditions were not favorable for such a
plan, and the results were that it would
only be a short time before all of the
men were back at tholr old boarding
houses. This year it is arranged or will be so.
if the present ideas of the management
are successful so that the football men
will have a house by themselves where
they can gather before their meals and
stay an hour or so after, if they desire.
In this way Cutts hopes to get the men
well acquainted as well as to work up
Knibbs to Coach California.
BERKELEY. Cal.. July 9. (Special.)
It has been officially announced by
Graduate Manager Dccoto. of the Uni
versity of California, that William J.
Knibbs. of Dartmouth, will coach the
football team that will represent Cali
fornia this Fall. Knibbs was captain
and fullback on Dartmouth for two years,
during which time that team was not
scored against. He comes from Worces
ter. Mass., and Is a graduate of Phillips
Exeter Academy and is about to be graa
uated from Dartmouth. Walter McCor
mack. the well known football authorjty,
has been visiting here recently and In
regard to the choice made by the Uni
versity, he said:
"Knibbs Is -a brilliant player. He has
never coached before, but he Is sure to
be a success. In the first place he Is
a fine athlete and weighs about 175 In
football uniform. I coached Dartmouth
when Knibbs captained the team and
played full. He displayed wonderful
ability in filling these positions."
McCormack Is the one who recommend
the selection of Knibbs. The selection
was made, however, only after an ex
tended trip East by J. A. Force, captain
of the team. In which he visited all the
big Eastern colleges.
Dillon and Dclmar Matched.
DETROIT. Mich.. July 9.-Loti Dillon
and Major Delmar. the only two-mlnuto
trotters in the world, will be seen In a
match race during the Blue Ribbon meet
ing at Detroit, the opening of the grand
circuit. July 24 to 2S. The Detroit Driv
ing Club will give a handsome gold cup
to the winner.
AT THE THEATERS
What the Prem Aeeata Say.
"THE BEAUTY SHOP."
Kolb and Dill Musical Burlesque To
night at the Marquam.
Tonight at 8:30 o'clock the famous
German comedians, Kolb and Dill, will
present their merry musical comedy suc
cess "The Beauty Shop." at the Marquam
Grand Theater on. Morrison street be
tween Sixth and Seventh. These runny
comedians have surrounded themselves
with an excellent cast of principals and
a chorus of 40 beautiful girls who can
both sing and dance. "The Beauty
Shop" was written to make theater-goers
forget their troubles, sit and laugh with
out thinking; In fact an ideal Summer
weather play, music and fun from begin
ning to end. Kolb and Dill arc entering
on their third week and it Is safe to say
that never in the history of Portland
theatrical annals was their ever a com
pany that presented a musical-comedy
that would compare with these clever
players. They have made a hit. Seats
are now selling for the four performances.
Do not wait buy In advance.
"A FOOL AND HIS MONEY"
Rattling Farce Will Be Offering at
the Bclasco for "Week.
Beginning with Its first performance to
night, one of the funniest farces of mod
ern times. "A Fool and -His Monev." in
which Willie Collier attained one of his
greatest successes, will be the offering of
the Bclasco Stock Company. The play is
a clever modern skit, dealing with the
foibles and weaknesses of presont-day
metropolitan society. It is snappy, up to
date and clean, and affords the finest
opportunity for the best work of the re
spective members of the companv that
they have yet had. The management rec
ommends It as one of the best stock bills
ever presented on the Pacific Coast, Elab
orate stage settings and correct costumes
will enhance the finished perfection of
the performance. Bear in mind the fact
that the first performance of "A Fool and
His Money" occurs tonight,
ADVANCE SALE TOMORROW.
T. Daniel Frawlcy in "Ranson's
Folly" at the Marquam.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the
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Daniel Frawley. Portland's favorite actor,
who comes to The Marquam Grand The
ater next Thursday. Friday and Satur
day nights. July 13-14-16. In Richard
Harding Davis great Army comedy
drama. "Hanson's Folly." This comedy
was conceded by the Eastern press to
be the best play Mr. Davis has given
us and one of the best Army plays ever
written. As Mr. Frawley Is one of the
most popular actors visiting this city and
coming as he docs with a play that had
a single stay of 100 nights in New York
alone, there Is every reason to believe
the engagement will prove a most at
tractive one to the theater-goers who
like clean comedy on the stage. As is
usual with Mr. Harris, he has surround
ed his star with one of the most capable
companies leaving New York this season.
"The Heir Apparent."
Matinee at 2:15 and evening at S:15
every day this week. The Empire Stock
Company presents for the first time on.
any stage, Johnston McCuIleys great
romantic drama. "The Heir Apparent."
Don't fall to see it.
ithe Grand this week, starting this after
noon. This will be the first time Gaylor
, has visited Portland since his triumphant
l starring tour In "Sport McAllister. more
j than a dozen years ago. The name of
I Bobby Gaylor stands for new jokes and
plenty of them. His stories and sayings
are as widespread as the continent. Mr.
Gaylor Is now considered the biggest star
in vaudeville, and draws the largest sal
ary paid a vaudeville performer. This
week will be a treat for vaudeville lovers,
for Bobby Gaylor will be a bright and
brilliant entertainment In hlmsef. Fisher
i and Johnson, the world's grcntest bi
cyclists, will give the act which they pre
sented so successfully in Europe. The
Hcaleys are refined specialty artists.
Byron and Langdon have a funny sketch
called "The Dude Detective." said to be
a continuous scream. Richard Charles
will sing the new Illustrated song. "A
Pal of Mine." The Grandlscope has amus
ing films. The Grand has special cooling
j fantry. w-as the victim of a pickpocket
j who extracted from his coat pokcet
j while standing on the sidewalk In front
j of the Stockholm saloon. Sixth and Flan
! ders streets, last night. Sergeant Little
1 is In charge of a squad of men en routo
to San Francisco. He had been in the
saloon a few minutes, and was seen to
put the money in his coat pocket. He
was followed to the curbing by one of the
saloon hangers-on. who reached for the
money and ran before he qould be appre
hended. A good description of the pick
pocket was given, and detectives are
working on the case.
"VENICE" DRAWS THE CROWDS
Kiralfy's Great Spectacle Is the Cen
ter of Interest on the Trail.
The show that is creating the big talk
is "The Carnival of Venice." greatest of
modem spectacles, which commands the
attention and respect of every visitor to
Thousands of people sec it daily and go
their ways singing Its praises. This Is
an important tip. see "Venice" if you miss
everything else on the Trail. It Is the most
stupendous stage production of the age.
Performance every afternoon and night.
AT THE VAUDEVILLE THEATERS
Bill at the Grand.
Bo)3by Gaylor. the for.emost Irish come
dian in the countrv. will head the bill at
The Star's Xcw Show.
A good show In a cool and cpmfortable
thonter is what the Star offers Its pa
trons for the week. The Star's cooling
device has proved itself a success, and as
a result large attendance Is the rule.
The bill for the week Is headed by
Shields and Paul, two young men who
have served time as Arizona cow-punchers,
and will show us what Is possible
with a piece of ordinary rope, and of
which so many people know little. Carl
W. Sanderson & Co.. people from the
legitimate stage, will present their charm
ing little comedy. "Two Theater Tickets."
Abbott and Bryant are on the bill, and
will furnish wholesome amusement in the
comedy line. Joseph M. Golden will de
liver an entertaining monologue, and the
Great Parrlsh, ventriloquist, will make
his number very entertaining. Mr. Bon
ner sings by request the pretty ballad.
"I'm Trying So Hard to Forget You."
and the 5taroscopcs offering. "SU Peters
burg Riots." will constitute one of Its
Serjeant Has Pocket Picked.
Sergeant Charles Utile. Seventeenth In-
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"Columbia" (3000 tons). July 5. 13. 23.
"St. Paul" (2500 tons). July 10. 20. 30.
From Alnsworth Dock at S P. M.
REDUCED ROUND-TRIP RATE. $23.00.
Berth and Meals Included.
JAS. II. DEWSON, Agent.
Phoa- Main 202. SA Washlxurton SC.