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,xiJ3 JIORSKG OREGOXIAN. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913.
Outfielder Drives In All Runs
Scored by Angels in
SOUTHERNERS PLAY FAST
BH1 James, Working for Beavers,
Allows Visitors to Bunch Hits In
Fourth and Sixth Innings.
Rodgers' Hitting Timely.
Pacific Coast League Standing.
W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet.
Portland... TO Si .Sil Venice . 70 .433
c ... - st 9 Sn C-an US 73 4 i 4
LosAng'les 7 6S '.460akland . . . 64 73 .467
At Portland Los Angeles . Portland I.
At San Francisco San Francisco 3. Oak
At Venice Sacramento 3. Venice. 1.
Br ROSCOK FAWCETT.
C. A. Comiskey defeated Portland 3-
In the opening game of the Los An
geles series yesterday. Comiskey Is not
a ball player. He owns the Chicago
White Sox. But when the "Old Roman"
yielded to Hen "Berry's appeals for the
retention of Harl Maggart, abrogated
his option and permitted Harl to gam
bol longer in ttieae parts, Comiskey
paved the way for the aforesaid Port
Maggart . came up twice In the
pinches yesterday and the great swats
with which he responded a double
and a single scoring all the Angel
tallies secured off Bill James. While
Portland bad the satisfaction of ham
mering Crabb off the rubber in the
sixth, the best Bill Rodgers could do
was two doubles, scoring two athletes.
So. as has been hinted before, the
final score was Maggart 3. Rodgers 2.
Dillon Crew beta Breaks.
"Pop" Dllon was garnished with a lot
cf geranium horseshoes and other Junk
at the recent "Dillon Day" celebration
at Los Angeles. And the Coast League
Kicodemus must have had a couple of
Tiobbin cleats on the bunch yesterday.
For, really, there was- a lot of tough
Jack mixed in that opening canticle, as
"Evervwoman would have It.
Second Baseman Page, of Los An
geles, thiee times pulled down fierce
drives and started double plays that
cheated the locals out of victory. But
Paie is entitled to some considerable
credit inasmuch as two of his catches
were one-hand stabs. And Ivan How
ard, in right for the visitors, also fig
ured prominently, for he made a per
fect throw to third base and nabbed
Korea for the fourth Angel double-
James allowed only five hits in his
eight frames, three of them bunched in
the fourth. Page and Wotell singled
and Maggart drove both in by a two
base swat that barely eluded Fred Der
rick's outstretched mitt at first base.
The other two clustered in close Juxta
position In the slxt.h when Wotell sin
gled to center, stole second and scored
on Jtlaggart's single to center.
Kriase Tightens la Ninth.
Errors by Lober and Derrick and a
walk filled the bases off Southpaw
Krause in the ninth, but Harry tight
ened and the Angels were held without
Two-base swats past third by Der
rick and Rodgers gave Portland a one
run lead in the initial frame. Rodgers
was doubled at second when Page
kiled Lindsay's scorcher with his nude
hand, and that robbed us of a tally or
In the sixth a walk and Rodgers'
second - double pulled the bell-cord
again. Perritt relieved Crabb at this
juncture and allowed but one hit In
the remaining three innings.
The game was started 30 minutes
late, owing to train conections from the
south. Over 3000 fans saw the matinee.
Los Angeles ( Portland
Pmge.S. 3 114 5 O Chadb'e.m. 4 1 a O0
Wotell.l.. 4 2 1 0 0 Derrick. 1.. 4 1 13 0 1
Moore.l... 3 0 12 0 01 Roders.2. 4 3 120
Jlaag'rt.m 3 2 1 0 O Lindsay.S. 4 0 0 3 0
Howard. r. 4 0 3 2 O'Dotne.r. .. 4 0 100
Johnson. s. 4 0 4 4 0: Kores.s. . . 3 1150
Metsger.3. 3 0 2 3 0 Lober.l. . . . 2 14 01
Arbog st.c 4 0 0 lOFisher.c. 3 0 O 10
Crabb p.. . 2 0 0 0 O James.p... 1 1 0 80
Perrltt.p.. 10 0 1 0-,'Speas. . . . 1 0 0 00
K.rause,p.. v v v vu
Totals. 31 0 27 17 01 Totals. SO T 27 14 2
Batted for James In eighth.
Los Angeles .'. 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3
Hits 0 0080200 05
Portland 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2
Hits 2 110 110 1 0 T
Rons Page. Wotell 2. Cnadbourne, Der
rick. Struck out By James 4, by Krauso 1.
Bases on balls Off Crabb 2. off Krause 1.
Two-base hits Derrick. Lober, Rodgers 2.
Vagart. Double plays Page to Johnson;
Page to Moore: Pago to Johnson: Howard
to Metzgsr. Sacrifice hits Moore. Lober,
Maggart. Stolen bases Wotell, Maggart 2.
Hit by pitched ball Page. Innings pitched
By Crabb 5 2-3. by James 8. Base hits
Off Crabb 0, runs 2; off James 3. runs 8;
charge defeat to James. Time of game
1:33. Vmpirea---Flnney and Phyle.
Xotes of the Game.
Lindsay suffered twice from sensational
tabs. Page cheated him of a hit one
trip, while Howard was In at the death
th other time.
Arbogaet hoisted a drive over tba left
field fence and circled the bases in antici
pation of a 72-package smoke, but Cmpire
Finney opined the fly was foul. -
The games Thursday and Friday will be
called at 3:3t Instead of 3:1S owing to the
Howard and Page gummed up a fly by
Chudbourae and let it drop safe, but, us
luck would have It, James was on first
and the Angels forced him at the keystone.
Speas battrd for James in the eighth, but
grounded out. third to first.
Arbogast formerly managed the Omaha
club of the Western League. He was lit
out in midseason this year and promtply
signed with the Angels.
"Dutch" Krueger witnessed the festiv
ities - from the bench yesterday.
Either Krause or West will hurl for the
locals today, opposing Chech.
Lou Stanley has done another "off again,
on again" stunt. Walter McOedie pon
dered over his Carson-Stanley lineup Mon
day night and finally decided to adhere
to his original plans, and Stanley will
Join the Beavers at once. Carson leaves
today for Victoria to mingle with the
Portland Colts as payment for Stanley.
"1 aspect to work Southpaw Stanley against
the Angels." said McCredln last night.
FAXXIXG AIRTIGHT IX PIXCHES
Seals by Timely Hitting and Fancy
Base Running Defeat Oaks.
. SAN' FRANCISCO, Aug. 19. Malar
key failed to puxzle the Seals today,
while Fanning was not hit freely until
the last two innings and proved air
tight in the pinches, the Seals winning,
3 to 1.
Charles' singrle and Johnston's drive,
too hot for Cook, sent the first run
across in the third. Hits by Charles
and McArdle, a base on balls to Schal
Jer and Downs' clout to Leard, with
some fancy base-running, netted two
for the locals In the seventh.
An Oakland rally in the ninth netted
but one run. The score:
Oakland San Francisco
Lard.2.. 4 J 1 2 har!e.r. 4 2 10V
Hetling.3 3 0 2 2 0 McArdle.l 3 3 3 0 0
Uaran'r.l 4 1 9 0 0 Johns'n.m 3 1110
Coy.r 4 0 0 OSrhalier.l. 31410
Ka-ylor.m 4 0 10 1, Dowr.s.2. . 4 0 4 1 0
Clem'ns.1 4 12 0 O.Corhan.s. 4 13 2 0
Cook.s... 4 12 1 ICartwr't.S 1 2 1
ailiae.c.. 4 3 7 0 l,Stianudt.c 4 1 T 0 oj
Mal'key.p S 1 0 4 O'Fannlng.p 4 0 0 0 0
Ness 1 1 O 0 o;
Prultt.p.. 0 0 0 O 01
Totals. sT 24 2; Totals.. 31 27 0 0
Batted for Malarkey In eighth.
Oakland .'.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Hits 1 0201008 2
San Francisco 0 (1100020 3
Hits 2 1 1 1 11 2 0 '9
Runs Mltse. Charles 2. McArdle. Three
runs. 9 hits off Malarkey In 7 Innings.
Charge defeat to Malarkey. Stolen bases
Charles. Johnston, Schaller. Three-base
hit Cartwrlght. Two-baso hits Leard.
Schmidt. Sacrifice hits McArdle. Cart
wright. Johnston. First on balls Off Ma
larkev 2, off Fanning 1. Struck out By
Malarkey 4. by Fanning 5, by Prultt 2.
Earned runs Oakland 1. San Francisco 0.
Lft on bases Oakland 7. San Francisco
9. Time 1:30. Umpires Bush and
TIMELY HITS AVIX IX XIXTH
Williams and Banm Furnish Classy
Twirling Duel, Venice Losing.
LOS ANGELES, Aug.. 19. Timely hit
ting in the ninth inning gave Sacra
mento the first game with Venice to
day. 2 to lr-: Sacramento's first run
in the sixth was scored without a nil,
while Venice earned its only run on
Kane's triple to right and Hosp's sin
gle. Baum held Wolverton's men to five
scattered hits until the ninth Inning,
when he yielded three singles, which
gave the visitors the deciding tally of
the game. Williams proved a puzzle
in the pinches. Score:
, Sacramento 1 Venice
t U A C. EXl4&
Youngs-. 3 2 2 2 0 Carlisle.!. . 4 2 1 00
Lewis.!.. . 4 0 2 OOKune.m.... 4 2 1 00
Moran.m. 4 13 1 OMeloan.r. . 4 0 0 0 1
Jhlnn.r... 4 2 2 0 0 Brashear.2 4 0 4 21
Tennant.l. 4 1" OO.Hosp.s.... 4 2 6 0
Ha!ltnan,3 3 1 2 4 0 LItschl.3. . 4 1131
Blfss.c... 3 0 4 2 0 Patlerson.l 2 0 9 00
tark.2... 3 1 3 2 0 Elliott.c... 3.1 4 4 0
Wtlllams.p 2 0 0 1 ljBaum.p. ... 3 0 110
Totals... 30 8 27 12 l Totals.. .32 8 27 15 3
K0RES CAUGHT AT THIRD ' BASE BY METZ0ER AFTER PERFECT THROW BY HOWARD IN
FIRST GAME OF IMPORTANT SERIES. ...
Z ' -J. " "l"V. "-"A
Sacramento ...........0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2
Hits ...1 2 1 0 0 0 1 8 8
Venice. .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Hits 0 0 3 1 0 1 2 08
Runs Shlnn. Williams, Kane. Three
base hit Kane. Stolen base Shinn. Sacri
fice hit Young. Base on balls Off Baum
1. Struck out By Baum 4, by Williams 8.
Double plays Hosp to Patterson, Hallinan
to Stark to Tennant. Wild plteh Wllllama
Hit by pitcher Patterson. lime ot game
1:35. Umpires McCarthy and Held.
LEWISTOX BIDS FOR BIG GAME
Guarantee for White Sox-Giants Ex
hibition Is Orfered.
LEWISTON, Idaho, Aug. 19. (Spe
cial.) The Lewiston Commercial Club
today signified Its willingness to
guarantee $1000 to bring the New York
Giants and the Chicago White Sox to
Lewiston to play one gams here early
in October, while on their world's tour.
Considerable preparation will bo made
by the Lewiston fans In arranging for
Baker Golfers Enter Contest.
BAKER, Or.. Aug. 19. (Special.)
Threo o-olf contests will be played off
at the Baker Country Club this week
and a fourth will begin next Sunday,
a 4- tha ,nd of the first round W. L.
Patterson and V. E. Moore, Dr. H. B.
Sook and J. T. tonneiiy ana jonn nana
and J. T. Elton are the winners to
face each other. In the women's cham-
f.a IT T?AlfT Mrs fAnrsrei Jptt
and Mrs. Mose Fuchs are to play. Dr.
W. L. raraer ana rru wtwer m r
motcnxH to nlav the final round In the
directors' cup contest.
8XANDENGS OF THE TEAMS.
W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet.
N'ewTork. 77 34 .64 Brooklyn. . 49 S9 .434
PhlladeL.. 6 41 .10 Boston 4rt 6 .423
Chicago... 03 61 .519Clnclnnatl. 4S 73 .SS5
Pittsburg. 6S 63 .5231. Louis.. . 43 71 .377
Phlladel.. 74 3S .SrtT Boston ... . 53 67 .4S2
Cleveland. 69 4 .600 Detroit. ... 4U .40
Washing.. 6:1 4' .3S St. Louis... 40 73 .3S1
Chicago... 02 &Z .S30.New lork.. J8 t! .aii
Milwaukee 74 50 .6i7iSt. Paul.... 35 65 .45
Minneap'lis to tvi .."bo-1 oieao n o .e
I.oiii.vllle. 611 54 .5C1 K. City 64 69 .439
Columbus. t9 66 ,65-ilndianapolls 45 77 .8t9
Western Tri-State Leafiie.
Boise 23 14 .622;W. Walla. . 18 19 .4f
N. Yakima 20 l, .tvti.fena.eton.. ! .ool
American Association Indianapolis 6, To
!., a: Kansas Cltv 8. St. Paul 3: Minne
apolis 8. Milwaukee 0: Columbus 6-1. Louis
ville 0-2 tsecond game 11 Innings).
Western League les Moines 10. Wichita
4: Lincoin -3, St. Joseph 2; Topeka 2,
SIOUX City 1. Po Otner games scneauieu.
Southern League Atlanta 7, Birmingham
8: Chattanooga 4-2. Nashville 3-2 (second
game called on account of darkness).
Games Scheduled Today.
Pacific Coast League Los Angeles at
Portland; Oakland at San Francisco; Sacra
mento at Venice.
Northwestern League Portland at Vic
toria: Tacoma at Spokane; Seattle at Van
couver. llow the Bene stands.
Pacific Coast League Los Angeles 1 game.
Portland no game; San Francisco 1 game,
Oakland no game; Sacramento 1 game, Ve
nice no game.
Northwestern League victoria 2 timet,
Portland no game; Seattle 1 game, Van
couver 1 game; Spokane 3 games, Tacoma
.S03 Todd. ...
.017 Stanley. ..
Doane. . .
Lober. . ..
Fisher. . .
Speaa. . ..
Kores. . ..
Berry. . .
34 6 69
Krapp. . .
West. . . .
COLTS LOSE THIRD
GAME TO VICTORIA
Ragged Fieldirjg in Sixth Inning
Responsible for Port
SIXTEEN MEN STRIKE OUT
Mays and Fitchner Allow Eight Hits
Each, but Errorless Support
Gives Bees Victory Heil
rnann Gets Home Run.
Northwesters League Htaodinga.
W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet.
Vancouver. 73 61 .BiSVlctorla. . .. Bl 87 .477
Portland.. 7 83 .63S facoma S7 72 .44:
Seattle 70 3$ .647Spokane. . . SO "5 .400
At Victoria Victoria 4. Portland 2.
At Spokane Spokane 6. Tacoma I.
At Seattle Vancouver 10. Seattle 2.
VICTORIA, Aug. 19. Ragged field
ing in the sixth Inning gave today's
. ? r. s- . -:w
-T- 1 .CrTT , -M-.7rt.)!,H
OUT IX OSE OF DOUBLE PLAYS MADE
rams to Victoria 4 to 2. Fitchner,
Victoria, and Mays, for Portland,
pitched good ball. Score:
Portland I Victoria
B H O A E!
Bancrofts 4 3 3 SlCrum.m...
G'tgni.m.3 4 111 0 R'wllnga.1.
Melchlor.r 4 12 0 Alberta.r. .
Mahoney.l 4 0 1 0 1 Meek.l. ...
Mohler.3.. . 4 1 1 3 O.Swain. 1. . ..
U'llm.-K 1 A 1 S e OiDelmaaS..
8 0 0 1 0
3 110 0
4 2 4 0 9
4 11 3 0
Coltrln.I.. 2 9 1 lOI.amb.J.... 8
1 7 2 0
Klng.c 10 7
V w.nea.c. ...
1 0 Fitchner, p. X
Total.. 33 14 1t
Total.. 30 8 17 10
Hellmnn. Crum. Rawllngs
Swain Sacrifice h.- Alberts, bacrltlce
flu ulr Two-base Mt Bancroft, Mel.
chlor. Three-base hit Oulgnl. Home run
Hellmann. Struck out By Mays , by F ten
ner 8. Base on balls on Mays i. on phui
ner V Time 1:25. empire Casey.
DELL IS DRIVEN" FROM BOX
Vancouver Takes Hard - Hitting
Game From Slipping Giants.
SEATTLE. Wash., Aug. 19. Vancou
ver hit Dell and Reardon hard today
and defeated Seattle 10 to 2.
Dell was knocked out of the box In
the second Inning. Reardon, who re
lieved him, pitched good ball until the
seventh, when Vancouver began an
other batting rally. Score:
2 0 14 lOBrinker.l. 4 2 2 0 0
1110 Bennett,.?, o t x o v
0 0 0 0 Kippert.m 2 0 8 0 0
12 4 1 Konnlck.o 6 3 8 10
0 0 0 0 Scn'n'b'r.e S 2 3 1 0
1111 McMurdo.l 4 2 8 1 1
0 2 0 O Frlsk.r... 4 2 2 0 1
13 0 1 Helster,8. 5 0 0 0 0
2 5 4 0,SchuUi,p. 6 3 0 3 0
0 0 2 1!
0 0 4 01
Totals. 80 0 2717 3
Totals- 38 18 27 8 2
netted for Dell la second.
Seattle 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Vancouver 0 4 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 10
Buna Wally, Klllllay. Konnlck 2. Scharn
weber McMundo 2. Frtek. Helster. Schultx
3. Two-base hits Brlnker. McMurdo.
Scharnweber. Home runs Konnlck, Schultx.
Sacrifice hit Frisk. Stolen bases Nlll.
Klllllay, Raymond, Konnlck. Btruck out
By Dell 1, by Schultx 7. Base on bahs
Off Dell L off Reardon 4. off Schultx 7.
Hit by pitched ball Reardon. by Schultx
Passed ball Konnlck. Double plays Mc
Murdo to Bennett; Scharnweber to McMui
do Pitchers' summary Five hits, 4 runs
off Dell In 2 Innings; 8 hits, runs otf
Reardon In 7 Innings. Charge defeat to
DelL Time 1:86. Umpire Toman.
M'GIXXITY GETS POOR SUPPORT
Indians Win Second Game of Series,
Beating Tiger Boss.
SPOKAXE. Aug. 19. Poor pitching
by McGinnity and even worse support
by his teammates gave Spokane the
second game of the series with Tacoma
by a score of 6 to 3.
Smith for Spokane did not pitch in
his usual form, but was given the best
kind of support. Score:
Tacoma I Spokane
Hensllng.s 3 0 2 2 l.Wuffll.S.. 5 1 4 SO
MJUion.l. 3 16 OliMcCarl.l. 6 1
Frles.m.. 4 2 1 0 0 Wagner.l. 4 2
Holdei-n.l 4 0 7 0 lLynch.m.. 4 1
Neighb's,r 4 2 1 0 O Vohe.3. ... 4 2
Keller.2.. 2 0 2 3 l,Pappa.r. . . 4 1
M Mul'n.3 4 1 0 lFltaslm,s,s 4 0
Crisp, c... SOL 1 lHannah,c. 8 1
M'Gtn'y.n 8 0 0 2 0jSmlth,n.. 4 2
Kurfess.2 2100 0j j
Totals 32 T248 6; Totals. 87 112710 2
Tacoma 0 1000300 0 8
Spokane 0 0104001
Runs Million. Fries, Neighbors, McCarl,
Wagner, Lynch, Hannah, Smith 2. Two
base hits Neighbors, McMullin. Three-base
hit Smith, Double play Wuffll to McCarl.
Hit by pitcher By Smith, Hensltng. Bases
on balls Off McGinnity 2. Smith 1. Struck
out By McGinnity 1, Smith 6. Left on
bases Tacoma 4, Spokane 9. Tlma 1:43.
Chicago 5, Boston 1.
CHICAGO. Aug. 19. Chicago made It
two straight from the world's cham
pions today when they defeated Boston
S to L In the seventh inning Manager
Carrlgan, of Boston, protested a de
cisioh on Weaver at first base and 'was
sent to the clubhouse. Score:
Boston t Chlcago-
B H O A E
4 0 2 0 OICh'pelIe.1..
e 0 Berger.z...
0 ahase.l. , ..
1 0'3odie.m. ..
4 0 J.Co'llns,r.
0 0Clcotte.p. .
Total.. 12 ! 01 Total.. 13 1127 10 1
Batted for R. Collins In sixth; batted
for Moseley In ninth. "
Boston 0 0 0 0 1 1
Chicago 3 tttllH S
Runs Speaker. Berger 3, Lord. Bchalk.
Weaver. Two-base hit Chase, Berger. Chap
pelle. Three-ba-ie hit Bodle. ' Hits Off R.
Collins, in S Innings; alt Mosvley. ( In 2
Innings: off Hall, none la 1 Inning. Sac
rifice hits Clcotte. Lord. Stolen bases
Chase. Janvrln. Speaker. Lewis 2. J. Col
lins. Double plays Chase to Weaver. Left
on bases Chicago , Boston 1. First base on
balls Off Clcotte L lUt by pitcher Hall,
J. Collins. Struck out By Clcotte 3. by
R. Collins I. by Moseley . Wild pitch
Clcotte. Time 1 hours. Umpires Din eon
Washington 5, Cleveland 1.
CLEVELAND, Aug. IS. Walter John
son pitched his 13th straight- victory
for Washington today, downing Cleve
land in a contest that went 10 innings.
The score was S to 1. Score:
Cleveland t Washington
B H O A E Moeller.r.. 5 2 00
Lelbold.m. 5 0 2 0 0!Foster.3... ! J J
"hapm"n.s S 2 2 7Miln.m.. B 2 1 09
j"k.nTr. 8 11 0 0 3andll.l.. 5 117 0 0
LoJole.J. 4 1 3 3 0'Morgan.2. 6 10 30
lohnson.l 4 0 0 0 1 ihanks.1.. . 8 3 1 0J
Turner.3. 4 0 3 SOMrBnde.s. B 2 3 0 1
Ry.n l... 4 12 0 O'Mnsmlth.o 3 0 5 2 0
Carlsch.c. 4 2 111 O.Iohnaon.p. 4 S 1 1 0
Farnb'g.B 3 0 0 0 0(
Olson... 1 0 ou
.. 1 0 0 001 ,
. 86 30 12l .Totals. 4218 80 111
iTi.ttMi fnr lralkenberff In tenth.
t-ieveiana 1 " y , ;
Washington 000010000 46
Runs Chapman. Moeller. Foster, Gandll,
Mclli.de. Alnsmlth. Two-base hits Jack-
... inhnutn 1 : j n H i 1 Three-base hlti
!arlsch. Johnson. Sacrifice hits Jackson.
k.... inhnunn McBrlde. Milan,
Gandll, Foster. Double plays Carlach to
Lnlole. First on balls Off Falkenberg L
jAhnmn 1. Struck out FslKHloers
Johnsons. Passed balls Alnsmlth 2. Wild
pitch ralkenoerg t. r irst on erro.j ;
7. i , r .., nn baBi.4T1eveland 7. ash
Ington's. Time 2:13. Umpires Evans and
Philadelphia 4, Detroit S.
DETROIT, Aug. 19. Detroit present
ed Philadelphia with a 4 to S victory
today. Wild throwing, loose fielding
and an error at a critical moment en
abled the visitors to come up behind,
score three runs In the sixth inning
and win the garni. Score:
Philadelphia ' I Detroit-
UHUAE.I O n 4J A
0 2 OOBush.s 4 1-8 SO
1 2 8 0 Louden. 2. 2 0 181
Baker. 3. .
Walsh, 1. ..
I.app.c. .. .
0 8 2 O CrawfonLr 8 10 0 0
2 1 1 l'Cobb.m.... 8 1 8 00
0 8 0 liVeach.l... 4 2 4 02
12 1 OIGalner.l. . 3 0 10 0 0
1 s oorutweler.l O 0 8 OO
0 2 0 O Stanage.c. 4 12 10
0 0 2 0 Mortarlty.8 4 0 1 10
0 0 10 Hall.p 2 10 10
14 0 1 Lake.o 1 O 0 8 0
0 0 0 0 0 High' 1 0 0 00
IDausa".. 0 0 0 00
.HcKee". I (0 H
Totals., .sz 7 zi li a
Cobb. Three-base hit Crawford. Hits
Runs Oldrlnr Pollins. Baker 2. Bush.
Louden. Hall. Two-base hits Baker 2,
Batted for Gainer In eighth.
Ran for Stanaga In ninth.
Batted for Lake in ninth.
Philadelphia 0 1000800 04
Detroit 0 0800000 3
in 5 none out in ninth: off Bender none In
1; off Hall 6 In 6, none out In seventh; off
Lako 1 In 8. Sacrifice bits Houck 2. sac
rifice files Mclnnls 2. Crawford, Stolea
bases Schang, Oldrlng. Bush. Left on
bases Philadelphia 6, Detroit 7. Bases on
balls Off Shawkey 2. off Hall S, off Blake
1, off Houck L Hit by pitcher By Shaw
key, Louden. Struck out By 8hawkey 1,
by Hall L by Bender 1, by Houck 2. Time
of game 1:69. Umpires- O'Loughlln and
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 19. New York-St.
Louis American League game post
poned; rain. .
DECAXN1ER has been re.
by the San Francisco
Seals. Only a few weeks ago Del
Howard purchased him from Van
couver, but the addition of Lelfield and
Overall to the Seals has hoisted the
former American Association southpaw
out of his Job.
The delightful game of craps has
been placed under the ban by Presi
dent Al Baum, of the Pacific Coast
League. Play all the card games you
want while in transit from one city
to another, la substantially Baum's
ukase. But, crap games nixl
San Francisco sport writers, for
some reason or other, are trying to
make a joke out of the Welsh-Ritchie
match. In one breath they extol
Packey McFarland as one of the
greatest 136-pounders in the business,
but Welsh, who has battled McFarland
with credit to himself several times,
is a joke. Admittedly, Welsh does
not go In to kill and Ritchie ought
to win through his superior hitting
powers, but the Joke lies mostly
against San Francisco promoters, who
let this only real International cham
pionship In several years slip through
The fact that Cleveland has exer
cised Its option on Dave Gregg at
Waterbury, in the Connecticut League,
once again emphasizes how convenient
it la to have a great brother.
Jim Coffroth la trying to land a
fight between Langford and "Gun
boat" Smith for San Francisco early
in September. That match would
constitute the first real good heavy
weight bout of the past 12 months.
Chances are, however, the authorities
will frown. Langford has been billed
there thrice. Blot had him booked
, , , er
with Kaufman back In 1910, but the
supervisors blotted It out and not long
ago a permit was refused for a four
round go between Sam and Miller.
The Tar Baby's only appearance was
a one-minute knockout of Jim Flynn.
Only three blows were landed. Sam
hit Flynn in the stomach and then on
the "kisser" and Flynn hit the floor
with a terrific thud.
CALIFORNIA HAS ALL TITLES
With McLoughiin, Griffin, Strachan
and Johnston Honors Are Many.
SAX FRANCISCO. Aug. 19. It is In
teresting to note that three of the four
Californians who will compete at New
port tomorrow in the challenge match
for the United States lawn tennis cham
pionship In doubles are not only fel-ow-townsmen,
but members of the
same club the Golden Gate Tennis
Club of San Francisco. Maurice E.
McLoughiin, Clarence E. Griffin and
Jobn S. Strachan learned to play the
game on the public courts of Golden
Gate Park, as did William Johnston,
who has won a string of victories in
the Eastern tournaments this year.
Added to the achievements of Mc
Loughiin in the Davis cup competition,
members of this club hold the follow
ing tennis championships:
National lawn tennis singles Mc
Loughiin. National lawn tennis doubles Mc
Loughiin. coupled with Thomas C.
National Clay' Court singles Stra
chan. National Clay Court doubles Griffin
Western singles Griffin.
Onwentsla elimination doubles. East
South, Middle West and Pacific, Coast
Griffin and Strachan.
Longwood Bowl, singles Johnston.
New York State singles Johnston.
Southampton doubles Griffin and
Pacific Coast singles Johnston.
Pacific Coast doubles Griffin and
California doubles Griffin and Stra
chan. Thomas C. Bundy, joint defender with
McLoughiin of the all-comers' doubles,
lives in Los Angeles, as does Miss Mary
Browne. United States champion in
women's singles and doubles, and Clif
ton B. Herd, National lnterscholastlc
BOISE HELD TO ONE III
WELCH PITCHES GREAT GAME
AGAINST LEAGUE LEADERS.
Pendleton Defeats Idaho Team While
Walla Walla Is Beating North
Yakima Braves, 8 to 4.
Pendleton took a fall out of Boise,
the league leaders, in the opening game
of the series yesterday in the Tri
State League, winning a sensational
game In story-book style, 1 to 0. Walla
Walla had an easy victory over North
Yakima, 8 to 4.
At Pendleton not a score was made
till the last of the ninth inning, and
after two men were out. Peterson,
of Pendleton, had two strikes called
when he lifted a ball over the first
baseman's head and scored Lodell for
the only run. Welch, for Pendleton,
was In great form and allowed but
one bit. He was given sensational
Melter was In fine shape except In
the ninth. Lodell hit and the next
man went out. Doan singled, Melter
walked Haworth deliberately and then
Frlen caught Osborne's fly. With
two strikes called, Peterson connect
ed. Boise had but one chance to
score. In the eighth, but Dean cut off
a runner at the plate. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boise 0 1 lPendleton. . 1 9 1
Batteries Melter and Gard; Welch
At Walla Walla the Bears put the
brakes on the Traves, fresh from
seven straight victories. Mclvor, who
left tonight to join Seattle, pitched an
excellent game, allowing but six hits.
Boatman allowed 11 hits, but wasn't
altogether responsible for the loss of
the game, as his teammates played list
less ball. The Bears took a lead In
the first Inning, putting four across,
and. while the Braves tried to come
from behind, the Bears put the game
on ice in the fifth with three more
runs. A feeble rally of the Braves
was stopped in the eighth. Score:
R. H. E.l R. H. E,
N. Yakima .4 6 ,W. Walla ..8 11
Batteries Boatman and Taylor; Mc
lvor and Brown.
COLLEGE GAMES BILLED
MCLTNOMAH FOOTBALL SCHED
ULE BEING ARRANGED.
Manager of Clnb Team Declares
Members Are Poor Supporters
of All Classes of Sport,
When the Multnomah football
schedule for the next season Is fully
dated, there will be many games with
the Northwest Colleges, according to E.
Plowden Stott, manager of the next
winged "M" eleven.
Preparatory games also will be
This is somewhat of a departure and
will cost the club considerable money
and that is the feature which Is
troubling the manager.
"Last Winter the question was asked
the management, 100 times if it was
asked once, 'Why dont you play more
college teams?" The reason Is that the
club members themselves fall to sup
port their team properly," said the man.
"We have found that football Is the
same as boxing and everything which
the club backs. Last year we gave
coupons as a means of checking and
found that the club members, who are
really the ones to do the supporting in
asmuch as they do the most "kicking,"
are just the people who do the least
"However we are going to make an
experiment this Winter. I have already
signed Pullman for October 25 and Ore
gon Agricultural College for October 4.
"The members have been asking for a
game with Pullman for several years
so we proceeded to sign the game. To
get a contract I bad to agree to a
payment of I860 which probably will
mean a loss as October 25 Is not one of
the days which make football profitable.
"I have also started to sign up the
many amateur teams of the city and
will give the members a chance nearly
every Saturday to show their loyalty to
the team. A game with the Piedmont
Stars was contracted yesterday."
Solomon-Johnston Match Arranged
Henry Solomon, the Northwest bil
liard champion, goaded by the defeat
recently administered by Walter John
ston, the Los Angeles crack, will play
the California man a return three
cushion match this evening at the Co
lumbia parlors. Sixth and Washington
streets, for a purse of $100. Solomon
met his defeat last night at the same
place. Tonight's game will be started
promptly at 8 o'clock.
A new printing, gumming and perforating
machtna In the bureau of engraving and
finished postage stamps every live ininteaL8ePtemDep dar calculated to bring
printing at Washlgton turns out a mile of
WEST STILL HOLDS
PLACE AT NEWPORT
McLoughiin, Bundy, Johnston
and Strachan Win in
CHAMPIONS PLAY TODAY
Bandy and McLoughiin Will Meet
Griffin and Strachan for Conn
try's Title Out of 148 En
trants Only S5 Remain.
NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 19. Out of the
field of 148 entrants for the all-comers'
singles championship in the thirty-third
annual tournament of the United States
National Lawn Tennis Association,
there remain tonight but 85 contenders
for th title.
Under fairly favorable playing condl.
tlons the elimination process was both
rapid and without sensational upsets.
Among the survivors are N. W. Nlles,
Alfred 8. Dabney, W. M. Washburn, R.
rs orris Williams, William M. Johnston
6. S. VosbelL M. E. McLoughiin. J. R.
Strachan, T. C. Bundy, w. J. Clothier,
Dean Mathey, Robert Leroy, Wallace F.
Johnson and Richard Palmer.
The ranking players came through
true to form. Champion McLoughiin
won from Hoffman Nickerson in
straight sets; Clothier required four
sets to dispose of G. M. Church: Bundy,
doubles champion with McLoughiin.
eliminated the last foreign player when
he defeated Baron H. von Lorsener
Johnston won handily from G. C. Ka
ne r. 8-6. 6-1. 6-2. while Strachan used
A. F. Kennedy, Jr., as a means of ad
vanclnjr to the third round.
The youngster of the tournament, r.
A. Drew, of St. Louis, who is but 16
years old, gave W. D. Brownell. of St.
Louis a five-set tussle before he ad
mitted defeat by a score of 2-6. 6-2, 7-9.
6-2, 6-L W. F. Burden, the one-armed
expert, won his way into the fourth
round by defeating A. D. Champlin.
The grandstand court was given over
to the match between G. r. Touchard,
the brilliant but erratie New York star,
and R. Norris Williams, a member of
the winning Davis cup team. Williams
won in five-set match which devel
oped only occasional brilliant tennis.
by scores of 3-6, 6-4, 1-6, 6-4. 7-5.
The first championship of the pres
ent tournament will be decided tomor
row. when the National doubles title
play is staged. M. E. McLoughiin and
T. C. Bundy, the present champions,
will face J. R Strachan and C. J. Grlf
fin. challengers. All four players are
residents of California.
Another feature of Wednesday will be
the play for the lnterscholastlc title.
Williams. Philadelphia, defeated Touch
ard .New York, 8-fl, 0-4. l-. S-4, T-5;
Duman, New York, defeated Colston. Balti
more. 2-0. 6-4, 6-2. -l: Strachan. t-sn
Francisco, defeated Kennedy, Philadelphia,
6-1, -4, 6-1; Bundy, Los Angeles, de
feated Hors von Lorserner, Berlin. 6-0,
6-1. 0-2: Dabney. Boston, defeated Weber.
Chicago, 12-10, 6-1, 0-4: Johnston, San
Francisco, defeated caner. f nuaaeipnia. e-o,
8-1, 6-3: Johnson. Philadelphia, defeated
Slocum, New York, 6-1. -8. -: Clothier,
Philadelphia, fefeated Church. New York.
6-0, 3-0. 6-3, e-3; Wlghtman, Boston, de
feated Huvl, Philadelphia. 6-8. 6-1. 0-3;
Nlles, Boston, defeated it' Kim, Short Hills.
N. J., 6-3, 6-1, 6-2: Law, Philadelphia,
defeated Cutting, Boston, 7-5, 4-6. 0-8. 6-8:
Brownell, Providence, defeated Drew, St.
Louis, 2-0. 6-2, 7-9, 6-2. 6-1: Leroy. New
York, defeated Armstrong, St. Paul. 6-4.
A.R ft-l 7-A McLouBhlin. San Francisco.
defeated Nickerson. Pittsfleld. 6-8, 6-1, 6-3.
Shannon Wins at Everett.
EVERETT, Wash., Aug. 19. The first
and second rounds were played today
in the men s singles of the Western
Washington tennis tournament on the
courts of the Everett Tennis Club. The
feature of today's play was the match
between Clare Shannon, of Seattle, in
tercollegiate champion of Washington
and Oregon, and M. H. Wildes, of
Everett, Shannon winning 10-8, 4-6, 9-7.
OREGON KID LOSES AT CHICAGO
Baby Speed Demon Wins When En
gine Tronbles Western Boat.
CHICAGO, Aug. 19. The reputation
for consistency of Commodore J. Stuart
Blackton's Baby Speed Demon was en
hanced today when she piled the
American 26-foot motorboat champion
shio on ton of the 26-foot champion
ship won yesterday at the National
meet In this harbor.
The time for the It miles today was
17:31. as compared with 17:51 yester
Four boats. Oregon Kid, Kitty Hawk
V, Van Blerck and Baby Speed Demon
contested In the finals. The Oregon
boat made the fastest lap as she did
yesterday and In the same time, 2:45,
and had a lead of several seconds over
Baby Speed Demon when she went out
with engine trouble after making eight
NO PHYSICAL DIRECTOR NAMED
Multnomah Clnb Has Difficult Task
Finding Successor to Mr. Krohn.
Unless the "Krohn successor commit
tee" of the Multnomah Club gets some
unexpected returns within a short time,
it will be at the "end of the rope- in
its efforts to secure a man to step' in
where Professor Krohn, physical di
rector for many years, stepped out.
The opening of the classes Is less
than a month off and in spite of the
many letters which were sent to the
Eastern centers of physical instruction
and to the majority of the big clubs
throughout the country, the returns
have been meager.
The replies which have been received
were not thrown away but the commit
tee would like a much larger list to
make Its selection from.
A meeting will be called by Edgar
Frank. "chairman, gome time tnia weea
at which the question will be thor
ouirhlv threshed out.
Letters were sent to James Sullivan
before he went to Europe lor the ath
letic conference but not a word came
CROSS AND DUNDEE MATCHED
Rivers Unable to Meet Anderson's
Conqueror Labor Day.
L03 ANGELES. Aug. 19. Leach
Cross and Johnny Dundee were
matched tonight to box 20 rounds on
the afternoon, of September 1 at the
Vernon arena. This ended the anxiety
of the fight fans over the canceling
of the Cross-Rivers match, owing to
the Indisposition for training of the
The winners of the two Labor Day
contests here and at Vancouver will
be matched. The winner of the local
fight will meet .Ad Wolgast. Should
Wolgast fail, Rivera will be used.
Paper Chase Is Arranged.
The annual Gearhart Park paper
chase has been arranged for Labor day,
Building: up a
reserve fund in
this bank to
hard places is
tate. "We cordially
invite you to
open an ac-.
count for a
large or small
Surplus and Capital
Third and Oak Sts.
out the largest numbers of entries.
James Nlcol, of the Portland Riding
Academy, has been placed in charge
snd be has 16 entries already on hand.
Horses from Portland, Astoria and
other Oregon cities will be at the
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opinion to eliminate friends.
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