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THE MORNING OREGONIAN". THURSDAY, .TULY 11, 1912.
shutout, not a New Tork Giant reach
ing second. Richie allowed the vis
itors four scattered hits, while Ames,
who opened for New York, was hit
hard in the second inning when three
1. 4 . kail nn halt and a wild Ditch
TWO COLTS BUMP
HEADS: BOTH HURT
BEAVERS WIM GAME
III LUCKY SEVENTH
gave Chicago three runs. - Fletcher was
hit on the linger Dy a piccnea db.ii au
retired. Oroh was spiked in the hand
and Wilson retired when a foul tip In
jured his finger. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago ...3 S 0New Tork.. 0 4-1
Batteries Richie and Archer; Ames,
Tesreau, Crandall and Meyers, Wilson,
At St. Louis St. Louis-Boston game
called In fourth lnnlner: darkness.
Score: St. Louis 1, Boston 5.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati, rain.
Philadelphia at Pittsburg, rain.
Cruikshank and Kibble Collide
Chasing Ball Wtiich Givqs '
Game to Seattle. ,
Beautiful Smashes by Fisher,
Rapps, Doane and Lindsay
Give Three Runs.
HARKNESS BLANKS SEALS
Fanning Goes Along Fine for Six
Frames When Portland Hops on
Him Speck Wriggle Out of
Many Tight Places.
Faetfle Coast Um BtandiBgs.
- W T. S f t W. I P.C
Vsrnsn ....6 IT.eoz'Portlsna' il'il?
Oakland 13 1J .S78 5an Fran S SZ
Los An ...50 41. H9,scrmnio
At Portland Portland 1. San Franolico 0.
At San Francisco Oakland . Sacramen
At I-oa Anselea Vernon 4. Loa Angeles S.
The stellar twirling of -Speck" Hark-
ness and a spectacular seventh Inning
rlly gave the Portland Beavers a S-0
victory over the San Francisco Seals
yesterday afternoon, making the teams
even for the series and likewise for
the srames played this season.
Fanning, the light bander with smoke
galore, was introduced to the Elks'
week crowd of tOOO, and until the fatal
seventh the twirling advantage was
his. During the first six Innings the
hit column showed six against both
Fanning and Harkness. but while Fan
ning was traveling along at an easy
clip, only the most sensational twirling
saved Harkness from early scoring.
Faaalag Blows L la Seveata.
But In the seventh, the cheering of
the fans for the regulation rally seemed
to unman the Seal moundman and four
healthy bingles encompassed his down
fall. Gus Fisher, the flrst man up.
singled sharply to center on the flrst
pitched ball. Butler sacrificed to sec
ond, and "Roaring Bill" Rapps. whose
roaring was not confined exclusively
to the voice, drove the ball over Mun
dorfTs head In right center. "Mundy"
toyed with the ball a few moments and
Rapps went to third. Fisher scoring.
Harkness fanned for the second out,
but Doane rewarded his admirers by
dropping the ball Into short left, scor
ing Rapps. Doane stole second, and
scored when Lindsay lined out his
fourth hit of tho game, a drive be
tween flrst and second on a slow ball
meant to be deceptive.
Seals Bid for Victory.
In the sixth and the ninth Innings
the Seals made bids for victory. In the
first-named period, three men reached
the paths, but two were gone; and
"Speck" struck out Corhan. In the
ninth. Seal hopes took on a bullish ap
pearance when Corhan beat out a
hard grounder to Butler and Gedeon
walked after Wuffll had fanned. But
Williams' shoved In to bat for Fanning,
itruck out, and Mundortf was unequal
to bis oft-repeated task of lifting the
sail over the fence.
The feature of the game was the
hitting of Bill Lindsay. Beaver in
ilelder. In four times at bat ho singled
each time, tbo daily average of 1000
bringing him up again Into the class
of .300 bitters.
Elmer Koestner will carry the Beaver
mound burden today, opposed prob
ably by Delhi. The irame will not
start until after the Elks' parade, but
will not be delayed later than 4
San Francisco Portland
uHHff rf a 3 liDoane.rf.. 4 1
ltohler.b I 1 1 OJ.Ind.'y.tb 4 4 S
,-hnildt.e 4 t I !Rods;'s.2b. 4 0 1 J 0
H w rd.lb 4 1 4 Kruegr.cf 4 S 1 J 0
H'rtley.cf S I S o oButcner. ; ; ' '
Torhan.n 4 t I 0Fishr.c. S I 1 1
Wuffll.3b 4 111 OButler.ss. J J J 1
3cdeon.lt S 0Rappa.lb. I 111 1 j
'nn'i.p a 1 HTk'nss.p 0 1 0
A 111 ms 1 9 9 9 w
Totals 4 T 24 11 Totals 1 10 it 11
Batted for Fannlns in ninth Inning.
SCORE BT INNINGS.
San Francisco ... 0-0
Hits 0 1 1 1 1 O 1 1 7
Portland 0 t
Hits 1 110341 10
Runs Fisher, Rapps. Doane. Struck out
by Fanning. : by Harkness. . Bases on
balls off Fanning-. 1: off Harkness. t. Two
bsse hlta Hartley. Fisher. Krueger. Throe
base hit Rapps. Sacrifice hit Butlsr.
stolen btwi Howard. Doane. Schmidt. Hit
bv pitched ball Fisher. Time 1:40. Uu
stris Casey and McCartney.
Notes of the Game.
McCarthy Joined the error squad on his
flrM Portland decision. He called Doane out
at flrst when It was apparent to all that
the fleet outfielder had the throw beaten by
a foot. ' '
When Butcher failed te come up on a
Texas leaguer and dropped a fly. the fans
started a chorus of "Chadboume." But
Hank made a nice running -catch, which
started another cry of "Butcher."
Del Howard made his initial appearance
before the Portland fans. He la a big fel
low, but handles himself well at first.
Kid Mohler tried to steal third In the
fourth Inning, but waa nipped with ease.
Two were on when he made the attempt
and his effort robbed the Seals of a splen
did chance to score, n? not of a run..
Bill Reldy and Mohler occupied coaching,
line positions tn an effort to start some
thing in the ninth, but Harkness had the
' batsmen at hla mercy. Nine strikeouts was
his record for the day.
Mundorf let Lindsay's hit get through him
In the seventh. Doane scoring without the
chance of a close play at the plate.
Herby Byram. the twlrler released by
Sacramento, was tn Portland yesterday on
hla way to Vancouver, where ho will join
Bob Brown's Northwestern League club.
Byram pitched splendid ball for the Sena
tors last year, but haa failed to strike hla
stride yet this season.
CRIPPLED PITCHER WIXS GAME
"Rube" Carson Hurls Tigers to Vic
tory Against Angels.
LOS ANGELES. July 10-Vernon bat
ted out a victory in the ninth Inning
today, evening up the series. "Rube"
Carson. Vernon's crippled pitcher, was
Invincible until the seventh Inning,
when the Los Angeles batters found
him for three hits, netting two runs.
Slagle was easy for Vernon. Score:
R. H. E-l R. H. E.
Us Angeles.! s 2Vernon ....4 12 1
Batteries Slagle and Smith; Carson
OAKS BEAT SENATORS EASILY
Williams Batted Hard in Vninterest
ing Game Errors Costly.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 10. Oakland
defeated Sacramento In an uninterest
ing game. 8 to 1. Williams was hit
hard at opportune times, and Sacra
mento's errors were costly. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Sacr'mento 1 4 4Oakland... 8 11 0
Batteries Williams and KreiUe:
Gregory and Mitre.
NATIONAL LEAGUE. '
'Chicago 3, New York 0. - . '
CHICAGO. July. 10. Chicago won a
Detroit II, New Tork 8.
NEW TORK. July 10 New York
lost their eighth straight game. Detroit
defeating them easily. Cobb made four
scratch hits. A spectacular stop by
Bush and a great catch by Maloney
were features. Score:
New York 3 6Detroit ...11 IS 1
Batteries Ford and Sweeney; Duboc
and Stanage. -
Waehington 8, Cleveland 7.
WASHINGTON July 10. Washing?
ton played a hard up-hill game and de
feated -Cleveland after the latter had
.i. ... in the first innina".
driving Groom from the box. Cashion
and Vaughn were wua, dui enecuvo.
R.H.E-1 R. H. E.
TTash'ton .8 IS lCleveland .772
Batteries Groom, Cashion. Vaughn
ani Henry; Baskette and Easterley.
Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3.
PHILADELPHIA. July 10. Chicago
scored the winning run in the ninth
SPORT CALENDAR FOB TODAY.
3:30 P. M. Baseball, Portland vs.
San Francisco, Coast League, at
.8 P II. Basketball, Multnomah
Club vs. Triple B. Elks, of Billings.
Mont., at Multnomah Club.
- 8 P. M. Moonlight excursion foot
of Salmon street. Abe Attell va
inning. Philadelphia knocked Peters off
the rubber In four innings. Lange, who
took his place, was effective until the
ninth. Then, with men on third and
second and two out. Walsh went In and
ended the game by throwing out Old
R.H.E-1 R H. E.
Phils, 3 11 4ChIcago ...4 6 2
Batteries Plank and Egan;. Peters,
Lange, Walsh and Kuhn.
St. Louis 9, Boston 3.
BOSTON. July 10. St Louis batted
four Boston pitchers hard today and
won Its first game of the season from
the Red Sox easily. Powell pitched and
batted well for the Browns. Hooper
and Lewis contributed sensational
R. H.E.I R.H.H.
Boston ...42 8 lSt, Louis ..9 18 3
Batteries Bedient, Collins. Smith
and Cady; Towell and Stephens.
MENSOR LEAVES COLTS
OUTFIELDER GOES TO PITTS-
' BURG TO JOIN PIRATES.
Fast Little Player Signs Contract
for $2100 Detroit Burs Zam
lock From Missoula.
Eddie Mensor,. Portland Colt out
fielder, left Tuesday night for Pitts
burg, where he will join Fred Clarke's
National League pennant aspirants.
Mensor confided that he signed a
contract calling for $2100. almost dou
ble his saalry with Portland, and one
of the best figures ever secured by a
Northwestern League player breaking
into the "big show."
Carl Zamlock,- former Pacific Coast
Lesgue twlrler, turned over to Mis
soula of the Union Association, has
been purchased by Detroit. Zamlock
figured largely In the early-season suc
cess of Cliff Blankenshlp's team.
Governor Tener, of Pennsylvania,
who Is in Portland attending the Elks'
convention, once made a trip round the
world in baseball togs. He was one
of the twlrlers of Anson's squad, which
circled the globe under the direction of
Tyler Out for All Play.
SPOKANE. Wash.. July 10. JoeC
Tyler will again go after the cham
pionship of the Pacific Northwest in
the singles. Tyler Is anxious to take
the "measure of Nat Emerson, who de
feated him last year at North Yakima,
his only defeat of the year. He will
meet Emerson and Bob Breese at Ta
coma, and will later go to Vancouver,
where he will meet Schwengers. and
will close In the South, playing at
Santa Barbara. Cal.. late in August
STANDINGS OF THE LKAGTJES.
1 S3 .
w t p. I
Boston ... 5J 3S .t-spieveland X
Washington 4S SI .601 Detroit ..
Chicago .. 4S S3 -S7J St. Louis
Phlladel . 43 SS .S60.New Tork
New Tork. 17 II .7IPbSdel .
Chicago .. 4S it .00it. Louis
Pittsburg . 41 SO .B77Brooklyn
Clncin .... 8 SS .H7 Boston ..
Columbus . IS SO .459IM11W SS 60
Mlnnean - SI 11 .C4'St. Paul .. 39 II
Toledo ... 53 S3 .S12)IndlanapoIis S3 SS .884
Kan City. 43 45 .483' Louisville. 30 50 .375
. Western League.
3t. Joseph 45 31 .B3I Wichita .. 41 41 .100
Sioux City. 44 SS .657 Dee Molnea 37 41 .474
Omaha ... 41 37 .531 Lincoln ... 33 47 .413
Denver ... 43 40 .613 ropeka ... 33 47 .413
Salt take. -.11 31 .7i;Butto S3 45 .4:3
Missoula . 4 2i .4SOgden .... SO 48 .391
Great Falls Si 30 .SOOIHelena .... 2 43 .347
Yesterday's Bee alts.
American Association Milwaukee 0-7,
Louisville 7-3: Kansas City 4-. Indianap
olis 1-8; Columbus 3, Minneapolis 1; To
ledo 8. St. Paul 3.
Western League Denver 4, Dea Moines S;
Wichita 10, St. Joseph 7; Omaha 3, Lincoln
3; Topeka 7, Sioux City i.
t'Dlon Association Salt Lake 4-18. Great
Falls 3-11; Helena I, Ogden 3 (12 innings);
Missoula t. Butte 3.
Portland Batting Averaces.
' Ab. H. At. I Northwestern
B-rnecer . .299 97 .325IIT Ah-H. At
Lindsay ..234 72 -JOSIC-rkshnk .197 '(4 .321
Butler ...173 II .295Tles 389 91 .274
Doane ...204 IS .284i3peas 318 88 .270
Rodgers ..321 93 .tftSIBastley ... 78 21 .270
si 3 2 o 5 v in lama ..zio 9 .iso
84 .I? Kibble ....290 74 .255
. 61 13 .IT.
91 22 .242
Rapps ...214 79 .2j0ironneson
Bancroft .248 17 .230 McDowell
Koestner . 77 17 .220(:oltrln ..
3ureh ..... 49 10 .204IMoore ...
Crregg .... 15 3 .200!DotT ....
Klawitter . 61 13 .197Hariis ...
Howley ...114 30 .miBloomfld
Butcher .. 11 3-18!
Harkness . 34 .176
H'rnbtra .31 .181
Steiger IS a .125,
.388 3 .236
. 7S 17 .227
. 48 10
. 43 (
. 3 2
. ( 0
PLAY CLOSE AND EXCITING
Bags Score In Last of Ninth and
Break Tie on James' Hit, Which
Results in Two Portland Men
Being Knocked Unconscious.
Northwestern Leagwe Standings.
W.L.P.C.I W. L. P.C.
Spokane ... .47 8 .564,IPortland ....40 43.483
Seattle 47 37 .SSOyictoria ....J8 45 .468
Vancouver . .45 40.5I;Tacoma ....3151.407
- At Seattle Seattle 4, Portland 3.
At Vancouver Vancouver 15. Tacoma 0.
At Spokane Spokane 12, Victoria S.
SEATTLE. Wash., July 10. (Spe
cial.) James won. his ninth consecu
tive victory today, beating Portland,
fi-3, in one of the hardest-fought and
most sensational finishes of the season.
The winning run came over in the last
of the ninth, on McMullin's Texas
leaguer over third with the bases full.
In a desperate effort to reach the ball
Cruikshank and Kibble had a head-on
collision and were knocked senseless.
The moment the crowd, which had
been worked up to great- enthusiasm
by the desperate struggle, saw that the
ball was going to fall safe, they broke
into wild cheers, only to be silent when
they lav the two lunners come to
gether with terrific force and bounce
back, falling to the ground, where they
lay as If dead.. ,
Both Heat Badly Hurt.
Hundreds of fans swarmed on the
field and surrounded the stricken men.
Several minutes elapsed before they
regained consciousness. Cruikshank
was able to walk, his injury consisting
of a blow on the Jaw and mouth. He
was spitting blood. Kibble had to be
helped. His temple was badly bruised.
At the beginning of the ninth the
score was a tie at 3-all. The hits were
a tie at S-all and both James and Vea
sey were going strong. James lost
McDowell for a starter. Moore shot a
grounder past Chick. Ccrftrin skied
oft to left. Harris, batting for Vea
zey. struck out. Kibble skied to Moran,
ending the half of the inning.
With Veasey out, Williams sent in
Girot, who walked Moran. Chick bunt
ed and Girot threw the ball over first.
Both runners were safe. Jackson, who
had given Seattle their three runs by
a homer In .the second, was walked,
filling the sacks. Williams yanked
Girot and sent in Doty. Whaling drove
to McDowell, who made a swell peg to
the plate, forcing Moran. McMullIn
batted for James and had two strikes,
Doty's drop being a peach. On the next
ball McMullin sliced It over third.
What happened has already been told.
Seattle I Portland
Ab H Po A E Ab H Po A E
Shaw.2b. 3 1 3 2 0KlbbIe.3b 4 12 3 1
Rayd.ss 8 13 4 l'Prles.rf.. 4 3 10 0
Stralt.lt 8 0 1 O OJCi-ank.lf. 8 O 3 O 0
Mann.cf. 4 0 8 0 0Speas,cf. 4 10 10
Moran.rf 8 110 OlWlll's.lb. 4 1 6 0 0
Chlck.Sb 2 112 l;McD'U,2b 8 0 4 4 0
Jack'n.lb 3 1 9 0 0-Moore.c.. 8 2 8 8 0
Whal'g.e 4 1 T 1 9Coltrln.ss 4 O 3 2 0
jamas, p a o v z o Harris--, x u v u o
McM'n.. 1 1 O O O-Glrot.p.. 0 0 O O 1
J Veasey. p. 8 0 O O 0
IDoty.p... 0 0 0 O 0
Totals 28 T27 11 21 Totals 83 T 25 IS 8
Batted for James in ninth.
Batted for Veasey In ninth.
One out when winning run waa made,
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Seattle O 3 0 O OO 0 0 1 t
Portland ..3 0 0 00 1 0 0 O 3
Buns Moran. Chick, Jackson. Kibble,
Fries 2. Two-base hits Chick. Fries. Home
run Jackson. Sacrifice hits Raymond,
Chick. Jackson, Cruikshank. Stolen bases
Shaw 2. Strait, Kibble. Fries. Speaa, Column.
Pitchers' summary Three runs six hits oft
Veasey In eight Innings: score a tie and
none on when he was taken out to let Har
ris bat for him: no runs, no hits oft Girot
In no Innings; one run one hit off Doty In
1-3 of one Inning.- Struck out By James 7,
bv Veasey 4. Bases on balls Off James 2,
off Veasey 2. off Girot 2. Hit .by pitched
ball Moore, by James; Chick, by Veaxey.
Double plays James to Raymond to Jack
son: McDowell to Coltrin; Moore to Coltrln.
Time 1:50. Umpire Toman.
INDIANS POUND BEE PITCHERS
Spokane Piles TJp IS Runs Prom
Total of 20 Safe Hit.
SPOKANE. July . 10. Spokane hit
three Victoria pitchers all over the lot
today and won an easy victory. Leonard
was relieved when the visitors got after
him. With a big lead the Spokane team
tried out Laird, a recruit, and he held
the visitors safe. The score:
R. H- E. R. H. E.
Victoria... 3 S lSpokane.. 12 20 2
Batteries Kaftlehner, Wilson and
Meek; Leonard, Kraft and Ostdlek.
CHAMPIONS WIN" WITH EASE
Gordon and Hunt Batted to All Parts
of Field Tigers Lose, 1 to 0.
VANCOUVER, - B. C July 10. Van
couver won as It pleased In today's
game with Tacoma, hitting the ball to
all corners of the lot. Willis kept the
Tigers'- hits well scattered. Score:
Tacoma... ..0 11 4Vncouver.l6 12
Batteries Gordon. Hunt and Crit
tenden; Willis and Lewis. v
CENTRALL4. LEAGUE IN TANGLE
Resignation of President O. j.
taENTRALIA. Wash, July 10. (Spe
cial.) At a meeting of tho Centralla
State League Ball directors, held here
last night. It was voted to withdraw
the local team from the league) unless
President O. J. Albers either resigned
or is forced out of office.
Action of the directors follows Al
bers' action in throwing out a game
played here June 7, which Centralla
won, pat which Manager Joe Wilkins,
of Hoqulam, protested on the grounds
that Miller used a loaded bat.
Albers action In allowing Golden, a
discharged umpire, to work In Satur
day's game when Rush Hall was on the
grounds, strengthened the local direct
ors to determine to secure the presi
dent's scalp. . League Lirectors Lamb,
of Hoqulam. and Zimmerman, of Aber
deen, were notified today of the action
taken last night.
FRIENDS OF PUGILISM BUST
Californians Circulate Petitions to
' Legalize Boxing in State.
LOS ANGELES. July 10. To coun
teract the activities of church federa
tions and other organisations which
have launched petitions to initiate anti
boxing legislation, sportsmen who are
represented here by A. L. Greenwald
are preparing petitions for legislation
to establish the legality, of limited
" TT "TT THAT tricks are you from a turkey's wishbone a box P '
B 'jM&fafKwT-''. of Turkish Trophies."
WSm- V V asked the Kink, ' ' - -
when they brought before him - "And a lucky thing for you '-'
the Royal Magician. that you . didn't do the trick 'P '
Wm "A mighty stunt, your ma- backwards," said the Kink, as ;f
: jesty ' proudly answered- the he borrowed a light from the jflB
round boxing contests throughout ths
The petitions will be circulated in
Los Angeles Immediately upon their
completion. Ad Wolgast, who Is due
to go to San Francisco at the end of
the week, will take copies to that city.
The entire state will be districted by
the sporting men and the campaign
for signatures prosecuted with the ut
i The anti-boxing people already have
their petitions in circulation in various
sections of Southern California, asking
for the absolute prohibition of boxing.
Herbert Strong Leads Golfers.
EYE, N. T.. July 10. Herbert Strongr.
the Inwood professional golfer, led the
field in the first day's play of the
Metropolitan open championship at the
Apawamls Club links here today with
rounds of 73 and 74 for a total of 147.
Gardiner W. White of Oakland had the
best score of the six amateurs entered,
returning a total of 152.
First Wheat Brings 72 1-2 Cents.
PASCO. Wash., July 10. (Special.)
vt ui. Owen, of EltoDia. in tne nortnern
part of this county, delivered the first
load of wheat to tne warenoose mon-
day from the 191S crop. Mr. Owen will cents a bushel. Weather continues cool, horses are scarce and hard to get.
harvest 2000 acres, averaging from 20 making birvest weather ideal. Every From J3 to 7 per day is being ot
to 25 bushels per acre. The price Mr. combine and heading outfit in the coun- 'JJ
Owen received for his wheat was 72 I ty is worgmg " " "
MEN ARE HELPLESS AS CHILDREN
Whea Takes Suddenly III Here Is a
Big, strong roan is as a helpless in-
M . Via m aiMrinlV 111-
The sturdiest chap In town usually
loses his soil -control, ana in uucnj
unable to regard his condition with the
common sense that characterises his
For example: He comes home tired,
eats a heavy dinner and sits down to
read and smoke away a quiot evening.
Suddenly he notices a weight on his
stomach; then sharp pains around his
heart, and a feeling of suffocation.
Thoughts of "heart disease" rush over
him, and In his agony he fears the
worst. . . .
His trouble was acute Indigestion,
brought on by overloading his tired
A couple of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
might have given him relief might
have saved him hours of suffering.
- Carry a package of Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets In your vest pocket or keep
them in your room. Take one after
each heavy meal, and ward off Indiges
tion. .. "
Rexall ' Dyspepsia Tablets relieve
stomach troubles by, aiding nature to
supply those elements, the absence of
which In the gastric juices causes in
digestion and dyspepsia. They tend to
aid the stomach to digest all kinds of
food and to quickly convert It Into rich
We know what Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets are and what they will do. We
guarantee them to relieve indigestion
and dyspepsia. If they fail, we will re
fund your rooney.-
Three sizes, 25 cents, 60 cents and
$1.00.- Sold only at our stores or by
Sold only by The Owl Drug stores
In Portland, Seattle,. Spokane, San
Francisco. Oakland, Los Angeles and
. - i
Before you leave visit
A Delightful Trip DOWN THE
O.-W. R. & N:
TWO BOATS DAILY TWO BOATS DAILY
Leaves Ash Street Dock 8:00 A. M. and 10:30 P. M.
The morning boat arrives Astoria 1 :30 P. M., Megler .
2:15 P. M. The night boat, in its journey down the
river, passes ships from every sea, arriving Astoria
early, the next morning and Megler at 7:30 A. M., ' '
where trains make close connection with boats for
North Beach Points. -
THE TRIP WORTH WHILE
SURF BATHING FISHING
Pull Information Cheerfully Given at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
THIRD AND WASHINGTON STREETS