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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1907.
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ANGELS SHUT OUT
IN SPLENDID GAME
Long Bobby Groom Winner in
Pitchers' Battle With
LUCK 'WITH THE BEAVERS
With Pitching. Hitting and Fielding
Even, Home Team Gets Lone Ace
That Carries Victory Pokorny
Plays at Fir9t Base'.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland 1, Loa Angeles 0.
Oakland 3, San Francisco 2. '
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. F."
Los Ang-les SB 44 .373
San Francisco ... 50 .5:8
Oakland S8 M .518
Portland 40 3 .388
Long Bobby Groom, who has had sev
eral large doses of bad luck adminis
tered to him during the past few weeks,
drew a prize package yesterday and be
cause he had enough varied assortments
of puzzlers up his sleeve to cause the
Angels to take kindly to henhouse wall
coating, Portland was t..e victor In one
of the neatest games of the season. One
lone ace was all the home team needed
and as this was forthcoming In the Ini
tial chapter, the well-satisfied fans wend
ed their separate paths homeward in high
It was truly a splendid game, and both
teams contributed to the glory accumu
lated in the eight and one-half innings
of actual play. The elongated jackknlfe
doing duty on the mound for Portland
was at his best and could hardly have
pitched a better game had he been up
against a Russian terrorist campaign
and ordered to win or be strung up on a
steeple by his ears. Bobby was all the
candy, and had tue good fortune to be
backed up by as fine an exhibition of
fielding as the home guard has put up
this season. Groom was opposed by
Dolly Gray, and barring Mott's lucky
tap in the first inning, which with
Lovett's daring base running, gave the
game to the locals. He worked against
the home aggregation in the most sat
isfactory manner imaginable, irom a Los
Angeles point of view.
Dolly really was up against hard luck,
and now knows how some of the Port
land pitchers have felt at losing a game
by the margin of one run on many
How Portland Scored. '
The play that put Gray In bad and
was t responsible for the Portland vic
tory came about in the first Inning.
Lovett beat an infield tap to fte initial
cushion. Mott attempted to sacrifice and
h-s effort was a pop fly. but Jud Smith
came tearing in expecting a grounder
and the ball sailed over his head, landed
several yards back of him and he rolled
slowly toward the shortstop's position.
Delmas had run to cover the bag ex
pecting a play on Lovett. and the latter,
seeing the opening, uashed past second
end raced with Delmas for third and suc
ceeded in reaching that base before the
ball could be fielded. In the meantime
3dott was safely ensconced on first.
Casey hit to Gray andexcept for Mott
moving up a peg, there was nothing do
ing. Bassey laced a hot one along the
first base line, of which Dillon made a
grand stop hut was unable to prevent
Lovett from racing across the pan .for
the lone run of the game and confined
his efforts to retiring the batter. Mc
Credie's effort was a long fly to Carlisle
And the side was retired, but we had one
run, and after Long Bobby had been
pitching several Innings, that one tally
looked as big as a mountain to the Angel
Pokorny's Good Showing.
'Pokorny, McCredle's new man, who haa
bee'n decorating the bench for the past
three weeks, made his initial bow to the
Portland fans, and he made good In ex
cellent style. He played first base while
Atherton took a rest, and the young fei
low showed himself to be a clever fielder.
He Is a tall, rangy chap, and hi a
reach on him that if anything surpasses
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not yet the knack of catching the ball
as securely as does the veteran Los
Angeles man. Pokorny seems to be the
real goods, and McCredle would do well
to play him oftener. He did not connect
safely yesterday but then there were
very few basehlts secured by either team,
and this game should not count In esti
mating his batting ability.
A peculiar coincidence at yesterday's
game was the fact that Los Angeles got
two men on bases In the first Inning in
much the same manner as did Portland.
Bernard beat out a dinky Infield ta-p and
Carlisle .was likewise successful. Brash
ear fanned in attempting a sacrifice, and
when Dillon flew to Lovett. Carlisle was
doubled before he could get back to first.
The score follows: t
A.B. R. IB. P.O.
Bernard, cf 3 Oil
Carlisle', rf 3 0 14
Braohear. 2b O O 1
Dillon, lb .4 O O 11
Bills, rf 3 O o 1
Smith. 3b - 3 Oil
Delmae ss 3 0 0 0
Began, c 3 O 1 5
Gray, p 3 O 0 0
Total 33 0
A.B. R. IB. P.O.
Lovett. cf 4 l 2
Mott. 3b 4 O 1
Caeey, 2h 4 O O
Bassev. If 2 0 0
McCredle, rf 3 O O
Pokorny. lb 2 0 0
Donahue, c 3 O O
ray. o l
Groom, p 3 0 0
Total 28 1 4 27 12 1
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Los Angeles 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0
Portland 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Struck out By Gray. K: Groom. 8. Bases on
balls OfT Gray. 2: Groom. 1. Double rlay
Loverft to Pokorny. Stolen bases Smith. 2:
Bassey. Hit by pitched ball Carlisle. First
baee on errors Los Angeles. 1: Portland, 1.
Left on bases Los Angeles. 4: Portland. 6.
Time of game, 1 hour 30 minutes. Umpire
Fandoni at Random.
Ray Lovett, Portland's speedy cen
ter fielder. Is H.o quit the baseball
game at the conclusion of the present
series with Los Angeles and will enter
the office of Harvey O'Bryan as an in
surance agent. Lovett came to Port
land to enter the employ of Mr. O'Bryan
last Winter, but some hitch occurred
and he signed to play baseball with
McCredie. He was star member of a
crack Chicago amateur team before
coming West, and has made good with
Portland. His loss will be a severe
blow to the team.
When Lovett leaves. Pokorny will
play one of the outer gardens and
Atherton will be back at first base.
McCredie will probably play center
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Held, which position he held on the
champion Oakland team of 1902, and
Pokorny will stamp around in right
Catcher Moore was on the coaching;
line in the fourth inning yesterday,
and when Derrick called a bad strike
on Lovett, Moore shouted "Help!"
whereupon the "ump" exerted his au
thority and ordered the coacher to the
bench. Jud Smith and Happy Hogan,
however, repeatedly violated the offi
cial's order to remain quiet on the
lims when no one was on bases, but
their actions remained unpunished.
Bassey hit the ball hard on the two
occasions he is charged with times at
but, each of his hits were gathered in
by Dillon. The first tap .resulted in a
score for Portland, as lr was too hot
for the Angel leader to handle in time
to get Lovett at the plate. The other
was a line drive squarely in Dillon's
hands. The second time up Bassey was
Carlisle, the fleet-footed Angel left
fielder, was hit on the head with one
of Groom's wild shoots in the sixth in
ning, but, fortunately, was not serious
ly injured, as it was only a glancing
In the third, fourth, sixth, eighth
and ninth Innings yesterday only three
men faced Groom. During these In
nings two men got on but were nailed
by Donahue on attempted steals.
Jake Thielman, the former Portland
twirler. who has been pitching great
ball for the Cleveland Napoleons, was
yesterday treated to his first drubbing
of the season. The Boston Americans
secured 23 hits off the St. Cloud boy
and tallied a total of 14 runs. In the
meantime the sluggers under La jo I e
were unable to hit his opponent and ail
Cleveland could do was to avert a
shutout by annexing a lone tally.
Jack Pfeister, who will be remem
bered by the local fans as a member of
the Helena club's pitching staff in 1932,
and who joined the Los Angeles team
of the Lucas league in the year of the
baseball war, was on the slab for tha
Chicago Cubs yesterday and won his
George Kngle, the crack little pitcher
who Is now In the Western League, hag
written a friend in Portland to the ef
fect that he expects to play on the
Coast next season. He wants to Join
the Portland team and will open nego
tiations with McCredie in the Fall.
Oakland 3, San Francisco 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Aug. 1. Oakland
won from the San Francisco team in to
dayv's game. Not a run was scored until
the fifth Inning, when the visitors put two
over the plate. Each side scored orp In
the sixth. The Seals landed another In
the ninth. Score: R.H.E.
Oaklanrk 0 0002100 03 3 4
San Francisco 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 12 6 2
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Nelson's Home Town in Tears
Because He Lost.
MOTHER FORETOLD RESULT
Chicago Suburb of Hegewlsch Filled
With Gloom Over Fall of Idol
of Whom They Were
CHICAGO. Aug. 1. fSpecial.) Hege
wiseh, the home of Battling Nelson, Is
today the scene of intense gloom. Every
body from the village blacksmith to the
tow-headed youngsters drifting aimlessly
and tearfully about the deserted streets,
is in the megrims, or doldrums, or what
ever follows such a defeat. When the
Idol of the town fell before Britt. at San
Francisco last night. Hegewisch went
Into tears and obscurity. Nelson recently
saved the name of the town,. Inducing
the Pennsylvania railroad not to change
It. Now the town does not care. Its
fame and fortune was bound up In Bat
tling and the citizens feel that they have
met an overwhelming calamity.
In the Nelson home papa, mamma and
the little Nelsons spent the day in tears.
Battling's mother warned him not to en
gage in any more fights for a year, as
she saw he had been weakened by a sur
gical operation and the heavy cold he
contracted after the battle with Gang.
She' felt a presentiment that he would
lose this battle, but he would not heed
her warnings. The town also lost heavily
on the battle, financially.
Nelson Suffers Severely.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 1. Suffering
from the severe punishment received af
the hands of Jimmy Brltt In their 20
round fight at the Auditorium, Battling
Nelson, the defeated Dane, was today
attended by a physician. Nelson's con
dition Is not serious, but he is still at the
baths, and is reported to be suffering in
tensely from the blows rained upon him
bv Brltt. His face bears marks of the
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battle, but It is the body p ir.lshmnt re
ceived that Is showing the effects of the
Bcience and hitting power jC fie Califor
nian. NORTHWEST LEAGl'E.
Tacoma 3, Spokane 2.
TACOMA. Wash.. Aug. 1. (Special.) A
finely executed "squeeze" play in the
tenth inning of today's game won for
Tacoma against Spokane. Kellackey,
who had reached first-base on an error
and was sent to third, scored the win
ning run when Collins made a perfect
bunt. Not a run made by either team
was earned, errors counting largely In
Rastus Wright was wild, however, pass
ing five men to first, hitting two with a
pitched ball and making two wild pitches.
Doyle, of Tacoma, gave four scattered!
hits, but struck out only one. McCune's
three-base hit followed by an outfield fly
in the first inning, brought the visitors
their first run. In the third, Carney's
single, a sacrifice, a stolen base and
Shea's wild throw were good for one
more. Tacoma tied the game In the
sixth when Lynch was hit by a pitched
ball after two were out. Collins and
Shaw singled In succession. Shaw's hit
scoring Lynch and Collins coming home
when Suiss fumbled a grounder. The hit
and run play gave Tacoma the winning
run in the tenth. Score:
Tacoma 0 00002000 16 5 S
Spokane .-. 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 4 2
Batteries Doyle and Shea; Wright and
Seattle 9, Butte 3.
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 1. (Special.)
Van Zant gave six bases on balls in a
little more than one inning today and
Russ Hall took him out when Seattle had
three runs and the lead. The bases were
full when Samuels went in, but Qulgley
drove in everybody with a long single.
Samuels had his troubles and Hall only
iet him work three innings. Then as
Seattle had a hopeless lead the Miners
experimented with Jurgens. He wasn't
so bad. - During the game Butte had It
men in play, for Hall tried out Davis at
Bhortstop and Wilkins as catcher. Stan
ley was spiked in tagging Irby at the
plate and Arbogast relieved him. Coy
was hit hard In the second inning, but
held things safe at all other times. Score:
Seattle 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 9 S 1
Butte 0 2 0 0 000 1 0-3 7 3
Batteries Coy. Stanley and Arbogast:
Van Zandt, Samuels, Jurgens, Meyers
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Cadichon Breaks Track and
Equals World's Record.
71-2 FURLONGS IN 1:32
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at Eight to Five.
SEATTLE!. Wash., Aug. 1. (Special.) E.
Dealy's 4-year-old gelding Cadichon. with
Manners up. equaled the world's record
for Tfe furlongs at the Meadows today.
Cadichon was off in front and was never
headed, finishing a length In front of
Orleans, apparently as fresh as when he
started. Cadichon did the distance in 1:32.
clipping 2. seconds oft the' track record
and equaling the time made by Dainty at
Oakland on December 19. 1904. Dainty
carried 105 pounds for her record, but was
driven hard, while Cadichon, with 107
pounds up, was not pressed at any stage
of the race. Cadichon carried a world of
money and pressed Orleans for first choice
among the bettors. The gelding closed at
S to S.
Five furloniss Ed Davis won, 8l(thtly sec
ond, San Kamon third; time. l:U01i.
Five furlongs Illusion won. Duke of Or
leans second. Kemcmber third: tim. 1:00.
Six furlongs Aftermath won, Salnrlde
second. Jack Adams third; time, 1:13.
Mile and sixteenth Salable or., Impoe
second. Eckersall third; time. 1.45.
Mile Bes.ie Welfly won. Roaearo second,
BimoDft 11 third: time. 1:42.
At Brighton Beach.
NEW YORK, Aug. 1. Brighton Beach
2:19 pace, purse I15O0 Judge Wilson won
three straight heats and the race. Best time,
2:17 trot. pur SISOO Beatrice Belllne won
three straight heats and the race. Beat time,
2:11 trol, purse 1000 Watson won two
straight heats and the race. Best time. 2:074.
2:09 pace, purse 1XX John A. won two
straight heate and the race. Best time,
Three-year-old trot. 2:20 class, sweevstakes.
J30O added Bell Bird won two straight heats
and the race. Best time. 2:11 tj.
Six furlongs Number One won. Rialto sec
ond. Ztephen, fhird; time, 1:13 4-5.
Five and one-half furlongs Please won.
Wm. H. Lyon second. Marbles, third. Time,
Mile and sixteenth Baylor won, Miss Moyle
second, Von Tromp third; time. 1:45 4-6. '
Mile and quarter Ballot won. Dandelion
second, Cslrngorm third; time, 2:03 2-5.
8ix furlong!) Xlmbus won. Red Bonnet sec
ond. Monopolist third; time. 1:12 1-6.
Mile and sixteenth Eldorado won. Neoska,
ieeta second, Lally third; time, 1:45 2-5.
Results at Butte.
BUTTE, Mont., Aug. 1. Today's re
sults: Five-eighths mile Robert Mitchell won.
Netti Hicks second, Sh&r? Boy third; time,
Five-eighths mile Iadora won. Bell Reed
second, Happy Chappy 'third; time, 1:01.
Five-eighths mile Burning Bush won,
Ray Egan second, Annie Scott third; time,
Three-quarters mile Sea Air won, Gladys
Belle second. Mendon third; time. 1:15
Silver Bow stakes. IIOOO. three-quarters
mile The Bear won. Gemmell second, 8ea
slsk third; time. 1:13.
Three-quarters mile Mountebank won,
Sprlngleaf second, Mellor third; time, 1:15W.
WINNERS IN GRAND CIRCUIT
Large Crowd at Cleveland Witnesses
CLEVELAND. O.. Aug. 1. Another
large crowd was out to witness the
Grand Circuit races today. The results
of the five events were somewhat sim
ilar to those of Tuesday, each race be
ing won In straight heats. Results:
Wen. Lost. PC
Chicago SS 24 . 739
Pittsburg 85 34 .K1S
Kew Tork 58 35
Philadelphia 7 39 .547
Boston Sft 47 . 441
Brooklyn 41 52 .40
Cincinnati 3 53 .41tl
St. Louis 22 .73 .227
Philadelphia 4-0, Cincinnati 0-1.
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Philadelphia took a game each in today's
double-header. Seorea First game:
R.H.E). I R..H n.
Cincinnati ....0 3 2j Philadelphia ..4 7 1
Batteries Coakley, Mason and Schlei;
Moran and Dooin. Umpire Rigler.
R.H.B.i R H El
Cincinnati ....1 4 Philadelphia . 0 2 I
Batteries Weimer and McLean; Richie
and Dooln. Umpire Rigler.
St. Louis 8, New York 7.
S. LOUIS. Aug. 1. After having won
four straight games from St. Louis, New
York lost today's game by a score of 8
to 7. Sore:
St. Louis 8 11 6New York 7 13 2
Batteries Lush and Noon: Taylor, Amea
and Bresnahan. Umpire Emslle.
Chicago 7, Brooklyn 2.
CHICAGO. Aug. 1. Chicago won easily,
giving Scanlon one of the hardest drub
bings he has ever had. Score:
Chicago .;....718 4BrookIyn 2 7
Batteries Pfeister and Moran; Scanlon
and Bergen. Umpires Klem and Bmslie.
Boston 4, Pittsburg 2.
PITTSBURG. Aug. 1. Boston won today
from Pittsburg through the timely bat
ting of Beaumont and Brain, two ex
Pittsburg players. Score:
Pittsburg 2 10 0; Boston 4 11 3
Batteries Lever and Gibson; Flaherty
and Brown. Umpires Carpenter and
Won. LfVt. P.f.
Chicago ?iT 3. .S13
Detroit 3S .spy
Cleveland R4 3H ..VT
Philadelphia M 37 .581
New Tnrk 42 47 .472
St. Louis 37 63 .411
Boton M ."3 ,4M
Washington 29 56 .S33
. Chicago 7, Washington 3.
WASHINGTON. Aug. l.-Chicago easily
outplayed Washington today and won.
Washington ..3 4 4!Chicago 7 13 0
Batteries C. Smith. Patten. Gehrlgn,
Warner and Heydon; F. Smith and Mc
Boston 14, Cleveland 1.
BOSTON. Aug. 1. The local nine bat
ted Thielman for 22 hits today and won
easily from Cleveland, 14 to 1. Score:
Boston 14 22 O.Cleveland 1 7 4
Batteries Glaze and Shaw; Thielman,
Clark and Wakefield.
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 0.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 1. Philadelphia
shut out St. Louis in .a pitchers' battle
here today. Score: (
St. Louis 0 4 2;Fhila 2 5 1
Batteries Dlneen and Spencer; Plank
Detroit 4,. New York 3.
NEW YORK. Aug. 1. The final game of
the present series between New York and
Detroit was won by the vistors today.
Detroit 4 10 INew York 3 6 2
Batteries Donovan and Schmidt; Orth.
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