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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. WTONESDAY, JUNE 24. 1914.
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ANGELS, H 9 T0 1
Evans Has Opponents at
, Mercy but Gets Only
ia. Fair Support.
LOBER'S HOME RUN HELPS
On Third Appearance of Season at
IO Angeles, McCredie's Cohorts
. Pound Out 17 Hits Off Chech
and - Mnsser Ban lifted.
" Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. Tj. Pet . W. L. Pet
Venice.... 44 S3 .571 Portland... 5 JS .493
Kan Fran.. 45 87 .649 Sacramento J 41 .468
Los Angel'. 42 37 .63SOakland... 29 48 .377
At I.os Angeles Portland 9. Lob Angeles L
At Ban Francisco Venice 7, Ban Fran
cisco rt , , .
At Sacramento Sacramento 3, Oakland i.
LOS ANGELES, Juno 23. Portland
mads Its third appearance here this
season, celebrating the occasion by de
feating Los Angeles. 9 to 1. The Beav-
' era made seventeen hits off Chech and
Mnsser, one a home run ahd two of
them triples. Lober lined the homer
In the seventh, when two men were on
bases, securing Portland's last three
Evans, for Portland, had the Angels
: at his mercy throughout the game.
The ban on McCredie has been lifted,
and so he coached from the third-base
line most of the time.
Evans cause for joy lies in the fact
that he registered his first victory
f the season, having lost four straights.
McCredie's presence In uniform worked
wonders In his men. Starting in the
second, they never let up on Chech
until he was taken out In the seventh.
The Angels tied the score In the fourth
and then let the bars of misdeeds
The game stood 4 to 1 for the Beav
ers when they came up In the seventh.
Walters dropped Doane's foul and then
Doane singled, but was caught steal
ing. Speas was hit In the back. Korea
sent a neat single over second, and be
fore anyone knew It Ty Lober had
banged the ball up against the right
center field fence for a home run, chas
ing Speas and Kores In ahead of him.
Meek helped things by dropping Fish
er's foul and Fisher kept It up by
sending a triple to left
This was too much for Evans and
he' flew out. ,
Sentiment, however, had no place in
Bancroft's bosom, and he tore off his
third hit a double, scoring Fisher and
also putting the kibosh on Chech. Mus
ter relieved the veteran, with Derrick
up The latter hit a vicious liner at
Johnson, and Ernie became wobbly,
throwing wild to first Bancroft scor
ing. Derrick; however, misjudged Ab
steln's alertness and was thrown out
when he tried to make second on the
The hitting of Lober was fierce, he
chasing in three runs, besides stealing
home in the sixth In a pretty steal
with Bancroft Score:
Portland - J Lo Ansel"
B H O A E BHOAE
Bancrofts 5 3 4 3 UiWolter.r... 4 1 1 0 1
Uerrick.1. 3 1 12 0 OiMoore.3. . . 3 0 4 2 0
Bodger.,3. 4 12 J Mag'ert.m. 0 1 0 0
Doane r. . 3 2 2 0 liAhstetn.1.. 4 110 10
p"L: I i-a ?o!eiji..i.-., 4 ? 2
Kores.3... 6 2 0 1 llJohnson... 8 14 22
Lober.l... 6 3 2 0 lMetzger,3.. 4 12 10
Flsher.c. 6 3 6 1 0;Meek c. ... 4 0 3 6 1
Kvans.p... 5 1 0 3 0 Chech.p.... 1 0 0 3 0
IMusser.p... 1 1 0 00
ITerry.s 10 110
(Page 110 0 0
Totals.' 37 17 27 14 3 Totals. 83 8 27 15 4
Batted for Muaser In ninth.
.' ::::? i 5 ! I 5 1 ? ?
Runs. Bancroft, Derrick, Speas, Kores 2.
Lober 1, Fisher 2 Absteln. Hits, off Chech
15 and runs, 19 at bat in S 2-3 innings.
Charge defeat to Chech. Home run. Lober.
Three-base hit. Fisher. Two-base hits, Ab
steln. Bancroft, Rodgers. Sacrifice hits. Der
rick Doane 2, Walter.. Buna responsible for.
Chech 5. Evans 1. Base on balls, off kvans
3 off Chech 3. Struck out. by i-vans o. by
Chech 1. Double plays. Rodgers to Bancroft
to Derrick. Rodgers to Derrick. Stolen bases,
Bancroft. Derrick. Rodgers. Doane, Lober
Ellis. Page. Passed ball, Meek. Hit by
pitcher. Speas by Chech, Speas by Mueaer.
Time. 1:66. Umpires. McCarthy and Held.
HARRV ABIES FAILS AGAIN
Wolves Win, 3 to 1, Christian Fin
ishing Game for Oaks' Twlrler.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. June 23. Harry
'Abies started his second game of the
season for Oakland today and for the
second time failed to go the full route,
Riving way to a pinch hitter In the
seventh after the Sacramento Wolves
had bunched hits for two runs off him
In the sixth.
Arellanes, pitching for Sacramento,
was hit freely, but Quinlan's home run
was the only hit that counted for a
run, the Wolves winning-3 to 1. Chrls
tlon relieved Abies. Score:
Oakland I Sacramento
oa ana BHOAeI BHOAE
r,..iiun - 4 11 O OIVounir.2i.. 4 . 1 U 4 0
i V J'lun.s .
110 0;Ooy,r 1 1 2 0
1 5 S 0 Tenhant.1. 4 SU 00
0 2 2 OiVanBun.l. 4 0 1.00
2 I OOMoran.m.. 4 2 3 0 0
1 2 S 0HalUnan.3 '3 0 0 00
1 2 OO HminBH.C. 3 0 4 iu
OFFICIALS OF AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION IN PORTLAND
FOR ORGANIZAION OF FAR JVESTERN GOVERNING BODY.
S O 0 2 0 Arellanes.p, 2 0 O
n n r. in .
Totals. 9 8 27 16 0
Guests. . 3
A hies D . . .
ChHsfn.D 0 0 0 10
KaylorV. 1 0 0 00
Murphy" 1 0 0 0 o
Tnt.l. S4 S 24 12 0
"Batted for ADles in seventn..
Murphy batted for Christian in ninth.
Oakland 0O00O0 0.1 01
Hits 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 29
6acramento ,0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 S
Hits -1 1 0 1 0 3 1 1 S
Runs, Qulnlan, Orr. Coy. Tennant. Charge
detent to Abies, pitched 8 innings. 2 runs,
6 hits. 21 at bat. Home run Qulnlan. Two
bass hits. Coy. Orr. Moran. Young. Sacrifice
hit Coy. Stolen bases, Zacber. Tennant.
Struck out, by Christian 2, by Arellanes 2.
Base on balls, off Abies 3. oft Christian 1,
off Arellanes 2. Runs sponsible for, Ablea
2 Christian 1. Arellanes 1. Double pi&ys.
HetUng to Guest to Gardner; Gardner to
Ness; Arellanes to Young to Tennant. Left
on bases. Oakland 8. Sacramento 7. Time,
1:30. Umpires. Guthrie and Hayes.
VENICE POUNDS , BATJM HARD
Spider Nailed for 8 Hits and Seven
Runs 'in Third" Inning-.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 23. Venice
stayed at t-":e top of the Pacific Coast
League today by slamming Spider Baum
In the third inning for eight hits and
seven runs and eventually winning, 7
to 6. Baum fled from the board and
Barham and Standridge kept the Tigers
out of the run column thereafter, lie
Ardle started the-fatal third with a
homer and in the time Inning, banged
a double that scored a run. Nearly
very Tiger got a hit while Baum was
In distress. - .
The Seals drove Fowell out of the
game In the fifth after accumulating
four runs and 13 hits. The score:
Venice I San Francisco
Carlisle. 1. 4 2 3 OOTobln.m.. 5 1 1 00
Leard 2 . . . 4 14 1 Olo-lary.3. 4 0 0 1 0
Kanem.. 4 12 0 O.Schaller.l. 5 S 8 Oil
Bayless.r. 4 10 0 OlDowns.3. . . 4 3 3 20
I.ltschiS. 4 1 4 2 0MundorT,r S 8 2 0 0
BortonVl-. 4 1 1 OCharleal. 3 210 20
MeArdlas 4 3 1 4 l,Corhan... 4 S 1 SO
Elltto." 4 1 4 0Clark..e... 4 1 T 0 0
POW.1I.P.. 110 10iBaum.p.. 1 0 0 10
:. - . t - 5
dlgn-flTfliiiiiiinii miMiiwniiiiiiw ii
Left William XJnmaclc, San FrancUeo, -Vlce-PreBldent of the Pacific
Association. Rlsltt J. J- McGovern, In Charge of Athletic at Pan-
Paciflo Expoaltion at Sam Francisco.
Flehartr.p 2 0 1 2 OJBarhamp. 1 0 1 00
IStandrt'e.p 1 0 0 2 0
Totals. S5112T15lj Totals. 87 1527110
Fitzgerald batted for Barham in i'"?
hattoH fnr O'Learv in slntn.
.w a "
Venice 0 T O 0 0 0 0 0 7
VS',t? ......1 0 8 1 0 0 0 1 011
Sa? Francisco., 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0- 6
1113 - - - " "
ton, McArdle, Elliott, Downs. Mundorff 3,
.-. , l- . .una Q 1 1 1 C 15 at
t;naries, wratui. - -
bat off Baum in 2 2-3 innings; four runs.
12 nitS. 23 at Dai Oil ruwo.,
5th, 3 on, 1 out; no runs. 1 hit 8 at pat
off Barham in 2 2-3 Innings. Credit victory
to Powell; charge defeat to Baum Home
run, JUCAruie. iiiho-ums a..-. - ------- -,f
base hits, Schaller, Bayless, Norton Mc-
itoSf FfrsV'base" on V jR.Sg
1. Struck out Baum 2, Barham 2, Fleharty
4. Standridge 8. Double play", tnanes y
Downs, Down to i-orun io
on bases. Venice 2. Ban Francisco 8. gassed
ball, Elliott Runs responsible for, Powell
3 R,.m 7. Time. 1:85. Umpires, Finney
TINKER SELLS OKEGOX TRACT
W. W. letzger Says Coast Article of
Ball Faster Than Middle West,
.Tn Tinker, manager of the Chicago
Feds, has sold ins orchard tract near
Newberg, according to Information in
i.tt.r tmm W. W. Metzger, business
manager of the Portland Baseball As
sociation, now In the Bast on a ouuii:
mission. . , ,
. tu T.u TinlfAr and watched
no pol " 1 L" w
a game today between Boston and the
e .. i hat- Tt, from
Chicago box, 'u "-
Chicago, "and Joe Informed us of the
disposal of his Oregon property. All
the Federal League players were here
today, as they had an off afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Metzger stopped off in
Minneapolis and he ovintm, after
watching one game, that the Coast
article is faster than the American As
sociation. Also that the American As
sociation umpires are stricter.
hubs ITbIes lose
TRI-STATB tEAGTJK CLOSES SEASON
IX FIVE WEEKS.
Walla Walla, Playing; Fast Ball, De
feats Baker 1 to 0,1 Pendleton
Beating Worth Yakima.
Western Tri-State League Standings
w T . D, I W. L. PCt.
Walla Wla Ss'29 .567IBaker ... .. 30 S7 .448
Pendleton. 3S 28 .om.-
At Walla Walla Walla Walla 1. Bak.r 0
At Pendleton Pendleton 8. I.orth Yak
With the end of the Western Tri
State League season but five weeks
away, two teams are tied for first
place, and the tail-end team. North
Yakima, Is ten games behind the lead
ers. Walla Walla, by defeating Baker
1 to 0 yesterday, and Pendleton, by
trouncing North Yakima, 8 to 3. con
tinue their lead, neck' and neck.
Luck and errors gave Walla Walla
her lone score against Baker. In the
first inning Childers sent a bounder
to first, which Fulwider knocked down
but did not hold, and Sigsby picked It
up and threw wild to first, giving
Childers a life. He scored on John
son's double. Bridger started for the
Bears and' held the Kubs scoreless In
the fifth a foul off his own bat laid
open, his cheek, forcing him to retire.
Leeper, who followed, was hit for a
double by Fuller In the eighth, and
Captain Childers yanked him for Lund.
Lund purposely passed Nadeau, then
retired the side. The Kubs looked
likely several times as they filled the
bases, but could not deliver. Score:
B-H.E.i ' ' R.H.E.
Walla Walla 1 6 3Baker. . . . . .. -0 7 2
Batteries Bridger, Leeper, Lund and
Eheely; Fulwider and King.
At Pendleton the Bucks donned their
hitting garments before they left the
clubhouse and didn't take them off.
They put eight across during the
game, while the Braves managed to
bunch the bingles off Fltchner in the
fifth inning for their three runs. In
the first Pendleton hit two over the
pan, in the third two more, and in the
seventh, with two down and two on,
Curley' Coen tapped one acros the fence
for the final scores. Ford, stating
that Umpire Hall failed to announce a
change in the Pendleton line-up, pro
tested the game. The score:
N.Yakima.. 8 8 lPendleton. .. 8 17 1
Batteries McQuarry and Webb;
Berry, Fltchner and Pembrook.
Junctlon-Harrlsbnrg Leads League.
JUNCTION CITY, Or., June 23.
(Special.) The Junction - Harrisburg
baseball team leads in the Upper Wil
lamette Valley Baseball League with
an average of .857. Cottage Grove
scores second with .666. Junctlon-Har-risburg
defeated Cottage Grove on the
latter's grounds Sunday by the score
of 8 to 1. Junction-Harrisburg plays
at Brownsville June 27, Eugene at Har
risburg, June 28; Junction-Harrisburg
In Eugene with Eugene July 3, 4, 5,
and the last game of the league will be
played at HarriBburg July 1 with Cot
MEET DATES ARE SET
Due July 30-31.
CONFERENCE HERE TONIGHT
Thousand and One Details to Be Ar
ranged Before Harmony Among
Associations Can Be Fully Set
tled, Says J. J. McGovern.
Track and field athletes from the 12
Western states included In the five
Amateur Athletic Union associations
may compete for the Far Western
championships July 30 and 31 in San
This is the opinion of J. J. McGovern.
chief lieutenant for James E. Sullivan,
who is in charge of athletics at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition In 1915.
"This date has not been officially
settled upon," said Mr. McGovern, a
Portland visitor, last night, "but, that
is one of the matters for which this
conference has been called In Port
land." The conference to which Mr. McGov
ern referred was ordered ' by himself
several days ago and includes repre
sentatives from the Southern California,
the Pacific, the Pacific Northwest, the
Inter-Mountain and the Rocky Moun
tain associations. William Unmack, of
San Francisco, vice-president of the
Pacific, and W. E. Day, of Salt Lake,
president of the Inter-Mountatn, al
ready are In Portland and the other
three, Seward Simons, of Los Angeles,
"Pike" Johnson, of Denver and A. S.
Goldsmith, of Seattle, will be in today.
The meeting will be held at the Mult
nomah Athletic Club tonight and prob
ably will hold over until tomorrow.
"The Exposition heads will pay the
expenses for the Western athletes for
track, swimming and boxing and
wrestling championships," added Mr.
McGovern, but there are a thousand
and one details that must be arranged
before we can get these five associa
tions in harmony as to dates and gov
"The National track and field cham
pionships are scheduled for early in
August, so it seems most feasible to me
to set the Western events the week be
fore. By so doing only one trip to
San Francisco will be necessary. The
National swimming events are set for
Mr. McGovern says that the exposi
tion athletic heads are now negotiating
with the South African Amateur Ath
letic . Union of Johannesburg with a
view to having McArthur and Gitsham,
winners of first and second places In
the marathon at the Stockholm Olym
piad, compete In San Francisco In 1915.
"In addition to these men," contin
ued the exposition official, "we plan
to- bring a great number of European
distance men to the fair. Some of these
are Jean Bouin, of France; Strenroos,
the 10,000 metre champion of Finland,
and Hannea Kohlemannen, another fa
"America will be well represented In
the 1916 marathon with such men as
Frank Kramer and Harry Smith of
New York; Gaston Strobino, of Pater
son, .N. J., who finished third In the
Stockholm marathon; Tewanima, the
famous little Hopi Indian, and S. Les
lie, of Long Island City, who has been
performing well In the East.
"Information has been received to the
effect that three winners of the New
York Mail marathon next May will be
sent to the exposition. Denver will
also send first and second men In Its
The exposition marathon has been
scheduled for September 25.
Duke Kabanamokn Arrives.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 23. Duke
Kahanamoku, champion swimmer of the
world, arrived here from Honolulu, ac
companied by 14 Hawaiian swimmers
who will compete in a swimming tour
nament here July 4. A team from the
Illinois Athletic Club, due to arrive
Saturday, and California swimmers will
oppose the Hawaiian experts. Kaha
namoku has with him two 14-year-old
proteges, H. Kruger and C. Lane.
Spokane Lets Jess Baker Go.
SPOKANE, June 23 Jess Baker, left
handed pitcher of the Spokane North
western League team, was uncondition
ally released today. Baker was sold
to the Chicago Americans by Spokane.
From the White Sox he went to San
Francisco and then he was returned
"Casey Jones" Gets Match.
TACOMA, June 23. "Casey Jones,"
the Tacoma blacksmith, considered one
of the best of the young heavyweights
of the Northwest, today was matched
to box Tom Cowler, heavyweight cham
pion of Canada, in this city on July 1.
The contest will be held under the aus
pices of the Moose.
GIANTS SHUT OUT,
EASTLEY IS VICTOR
Colts Put Across 5-to-0 Score
Hitting Bonner at Will in
L Totals. 82 24 18 0 Totals.. 2 6 27 18 1
Pittsburg ooo?;s tZi
Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i
Runs, Carey. CMara. Dsubert. L't on
bases, Pittsburg 8. Brooklyn .1. Two-basa
hit. Konetchy. Three-base hit. Wagner.
Sacrifice hits. Mowrer, Mitchell. Djlton.
Base on errors, Pittsburg 1. Stolen tu'i,
Carey, Cutshaw. Double play, Mitchell to
Wagner to Vlor to Koneti-hy to Wagner.
Base on balls, off Cooper 2. off Bucker 3.
Struck out, by Cooper 2. Time, l.lo. Lra
plrea. Rigler and Hart.
SEATTLE GETS THREE HITS
Dngdalc's Boys' Brilliant Fielding
Saves Them From Worse Defeat
at Hands or Nick Williams'
Northwestern League Standing!.
W. L. Pet. w. L. Pet.
Vancouver. 45 24 .SB2Portland. .. 27 41 .397
Seattle 45 25 .643!Vlctona 5 43 .S8
Spokane... 40 29 .680Tacoma. . .. 2S 4 .35.
At Beattle Portland 5, Beattle .
At Tacoma. Tacoma 6. Vancouver 2.
At Epokane Victoria 8, Spokane 0.
SEATTLE. Wash., June 23. Portland
won from Seattle, 5 to 0, today. Bon
ner, who was In the box for the home
team, was hit hard, but brilliant field
ing behind him held down the score
except In two Innings.
Eastley, who pitched for the visit
ors, was In fine form and allowed only
three hits and his support was per
fect Seattle got nine men on first
during the conflict, but not one of them
In three Innings Seattle broke up
Portland rallies with double plays. In
another inning, the seventh, Haworth
led off with a double, but lightning
fielding retired the side without a run.
In the ninth Portland had men on third
and second with one out, yet could
not reach the plate.
Portland won the game In the third
when McKune led off with a single
to right Haworth followed with a
three-bagger to deep center, scoring
McKune. Eastley's sacrifice fly to
Mills let Haworth come home. Mills
return was accurate, but the ball did
not come fast and the runner beat
the ball by a full step.
Seattle battled desperately but in
effectually to overcome this lead, but
Eastley and his followers blocked them
at every turn. Coltrin, Milllgan and
McKune were especially perniciously
aCForfive Innings-Eastley let Seattle
a -..1,1 . . .Ithar hit nr tUS. Bon-
aUWU wtuiuu. - -
ner opened the sixth with an apparently
safe drive well over on v-miriu '6"
Bobby scooped the ball on the run with
his bare hand and by a wonderful peg
got Bonner by half a step. Mills drove
to the fence, between right and center,
for Seattle's first hit Callahan made
a grand try and almost speared the
balL Mills kept on running and a per
fect relay from Callahan to Coltrin to
Gulgni retired Mills at third.
Portland riveted the battle In the
eighth, 'after one was . out Coltrin
singled. Callahan was hit Melchior
i piMn ' Mllllsran'g drive
put Callahan and Milligan across. Score.
Seattle 1 rorumoa- ,
Mills m ..41 0 0 Coltrln.s. .. 4110
Huhn.lV" 1 16 110ulgnl.7.. 4 1 ? 10
liwiason.s. v - . : ' , a a ca
Perrlne.1. Ill 1 OiEastley.p.. 1 0 0 0
'. 3 0 401
in 17 1S21
o. i 99 11 si Totals. 31 12 17 11 V
.. AAAAOAAO 0
p""ana":'.:::::::"."'-o o 2 0 0 0 o 1 o-
Buna, Coltrin, Callahan. Melchior, McKune.
Haworth: Two-base hits. Mills, Haworth.
Gulgni. Three-base hit Haworth. Sacrifice
hit. Haworth. Sacrifice fly. Eastley. fetruck
Sit. by Bonner 1. by Eastley 4. Bases on
pal s, off Bonner 1. off Eastley 2. Hit by
pitcher, by Bonner 1 (Callahan!, by East ey
2 (Duddy. Cadman.) Double plays. Perrlne
to Glalason to Huhn to Perrlne; Bonner to
James to GIslason to Perrlne to James, Col
trin to McKune to Williams: Huhn (unas
sisted.) Time. l:l. Umpire. Casey.
BEES STING REDS FOB. SHUT OCT
McHenry Pitches Wonderful 4-Hlt
Game With Errorless Aid
SPOKANE. June 23. While McHenry
held the Indians to four hits, the Vic
toria Bees stung Pitchers Stanley and
Noyes pretty freely, and won todays
contest from the Indians S to 0. Score:
Victoria ! Spokane
BOO AE B H O AK
Moran.r.. 8 0 0 0 oLewl.,l. . .. 4 O 1 00
Nve2 ... 5 2 8 SO.Butler.B... 4 11 00
Cafvo m.V 4 i 1 00 Holke.1... 4 1 13 10
Wilho'ia. 4 1 3 0 0 Frisk.r. ... 8 1 1 0 1
Scanlon 3. 4 2 0 2 0 Wagner.2. 4 0 141
Keiivl . 2 2 13 2 01Hogan.c. 3 O 3 00
Totals. 85 13 27 ISO) Totals. 29 4 27 14 8
victoria O 1 4 0 1 2 O 0 08
Spokai ...0 00OO00O0-H)
Buns, Nye, Calvo 2. Wllholt Scanlon 2.
Hoffman. McHenry. Two-base hits Delma..
Kelly Frisk. Home 'run. McHenry. Sacri
fice hlti Kelly 2. Noyes. Nye. Double play..
Shea to Holke; Wagner to Hoiks i 2; Del
mas to Kelly. Passed ball, Hoffman. Bases
on balls, off Stanley 1, off Noyes 2, off Mc
Henry 2. Struck out, by Stanley 2. by oy
by McHenry 2. Hits off Stanley 8 and 2
r'unV in 2 1-3. off Noyes T and 6 run. In
8 2-3. Left on bases. Spokane , Victoria 5.
Time, 1:30, Umpire., Wilson and Burn side.
M'GIXXITY'S MES WXV 6-2 GAME
Tliough Brown's Twlrlers Are In
Good Form, Tigers Hit Them Hardw
TACOMA. June 23. Tacoma batsmen
hit hard with men on the bases today
and easily defeated Vancouver, to 2.
Both Kaufman and Clarke were In
good form, but the Tigers bit oppor
Vancouver q a I Tacoma-
haw 1. .411 OOWestl-.- 51 8 00
Bennitt.2 8 1 3 5 ofxe hb s.mr 3 1100
McCarl.l. 4 0 10 0 0;Brottem,r. O 0 O0
Powell.r... 4SO OOM Mullin.S 4 1 1 10
Brinker.m 4 13 OOgtokke.l.. 3 1 6 00
Hiester.3.. 4 11 1 1 Butler. . 4 1 8 8 1
Scharn'y,. 4 2 3 8 1 Boeckel,2. 414 60
Cheek.o.. 3 0 3 1 0;Frlea.m. . . 1 J 20
Clarke.p.. 3 0 0 SOHarnac. 4 2 1 00
Hunt.... 1 0 OOKaufm'n.p 3 1 1 10
Totals 84 8 24 13 3i Totals. 84 10 2T 18 1
Batted for Clarke m 8th.
Vancouver 0 O 0 1 0 0 0 1
Ta?oma -.0 lHl-
Runs. Powell, Scharney. Neighbors, Stokke.
Butler. Harris 2. Kaufmau. Stolen bases.
Powell. Neighbors. Double plays. McMullin
to Boeckel to West. Two-base hits, Neigh
bors. Butler, McMullin. Boeckel, Powell.
Home runs. Scharney. Kaufman. Sacrifice
hit. Kaufman. Struck out. by Clarke 1.
Bases on balls, off Clarke 1. off Kaufman 2.
Hit by pitcher. Neighbors. Time of game,
1 :20. Umpire, Wheeler.
Brooklyn 2, Pittsburg 1.
BROOKLTN. June 13. Nap Rucker
pitched one of his invincible games to
day and downed the Flttsburgs, 3 to 1.
In a battle with Cooper, who, barring
his first Inning, was equally effective.
Pittsburg I Brooklyn
" B HOAE BHOAE
Carey 1 4 2 4 0 OWMara... . 8 1 1 6 0
Mowriy.S. 8 11 1 0Daubert.l. 4 8 J 10
Vloi 2 . . 4 O 3 8 0Xa!ton,m. 10 2 4 0
Wagner... 3 15 SOWheatl... 8 1100
Konetc'r.1 4 1 T 1 OlSmlth . . . 3 1181
MltchelLr. 1 3 1 0!tengel.r. . J 0 4 0 0
5ibioa7e'.T 41 3 OiMiU.r.e. .. 3 0 3 40
St. Louis T, Philadelphia 5.
PHILADELPHIA. Juno 23. S
won today's game by knocking
the rubber in the third Innl
score being 7 to 5. Score:
6t Louis I 1-nJiaaeipni
4 2 1 2UIreIan.z.
Wilson, r.. 3
Butler.s. . 3
Steele.p. . 4
0 0 Reed. 'i....
2 OiLobert.S. .
0 0 5 Magee.s.
3 0 Cravath.r.
IByrne. . . .
I S 20
1 12 0 1
8 3 00
Totals. 85 13 27 12 0 Tot... 38 11 27 14
Batted for Irelan In seventh.
IBatted for Reed In ninth.
Ft Louis 1 O S 0 0 0 0 1 0 T
Philadelphia 11000008 08
Runa, Hugglna, Magee, Dolan 2. Miller,
Wilson. Steele. Irelan. Cravath. Luderua,
Paskert 2.- Two-base hits. Hugglns. Dolan.
Steele, Irelan. Three-base hit. Paskert
Hits, off Hageman 3 In 1 1-3 Innings, off
Steele 8 In 7 2-S, off Rlney 7 In 2 2-3. off
Jacob. 8 In 6 1-3. Sacrifice hits, Wilson,
Huvglns. Sacrifice files. Miller, Lobert.
Stolen bases, Wilson. Hugglns, Paskert.
Double plays. Miller and Beck. Luderus (un
assisted). Left on bases. St. Louis 5. Phila
delphia 8. Base on balls, off Hageman 2, oft
Steele 1. off Jacob. 1. Hit by pitcher, by
Hageman. Kllllfer. Struck out, by Steele 3,
by Rlxey L by Jacob. 1. Time. 2:15. Um
pire., Byron and Orth.
Cleveland S, Detroit 4.
DETROIT, Mich.. June 23. Cleveland
and Detroit played off a postponed
game here today and by heavy hitting
in the early innings the Naps won, 6 to
4. The batting of Wood, with four hits
out of five times at bat was a feature.
B d O A E BHOAE
uvumnj .... s i i i
1 0'PurtelI.3. .
0 0Hlgh.m. ..
Olson. 3. . .
0 OlVeach.l. . .
4 l K'naugh.i.
Main, p. ...
t'avet.p. . .
0 3 4 1
0 0 0 0
3 10 0
10 0 0
10 4 0
014 1 4
0 2 10
0 0 0
0 0 0
Totals. 38 10 27 11 1 Totals. 83 10 27 18 t
Batted for High in .lath; "batted for
Main In seventh; tran for Vitt In seventh;
Ibatted for Cavet In ninth.
Cleveland 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0fi
Detroit 0 0 0 O 0 0 1 1 04
Runs, Graney, Turner J. Lelbold, Good.
Bush, Crawford, Baker. Moriarlty. Two
base hits, Crawford 2. Bush. Three-base hit.
Lelbold. Hits, off Dauss 7 In 3. off Main 3
In 4, off Cavet none in 2, off Mitchell 8 In
7 (none out In eighth), off Blending 1 In 2.
Sacrifice hit Graney. Stolen bases. Chap
man. Bush. Left on bases, Cleveland 8, De
troit 7. Base on balls, off Dauss 1, off Main
2. off Mitchell 4. off Blandlng 1. Struck out.
by Main 3, by Cavet 1, by Mitchell 4. Time,
2:15. Umpire., Hlldebrand and O'LousJilln.
Buffalo 4, Chicago 2.
CHICAGO, June 23. Errors by Stan
ley paved the way for a 4-to-2 victory
for the Buffalo Federals over Chicago
today. A timely hit by Hanford drove
In the winning run in the eighth in
ning. Beck's home run In the seventh
gave Chicago a temporary lead.
Score: R. H. E.
Buffalo 0001001 1 t 6 1
Chicago ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 2
Batteries Anderson, Ford and Le
vlgne, Blair; Watson, Hendrlx and
Indianapolis 1(2, Brooklyn 3.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 23. Indian
apolis batted around in the first inning
today, scored five runs and won, 12 to
3. It was its fourteenth straight vic
tory. Score: K.1L E.
Brooklyn ...000001 10 0 111 S
Indianapolis S000310I 12 12 0
Batteries Peters, Sommers, Chap
pelle and Land, Watson; Falkenberg
and Rariden. 1
Kansas City B, Pittsburg; 2.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., June 23. Adams'
teammates gave him tea early lead In
today's game and he was never In
danger, the locals defeating Pittsburg,
5 to 2. Score: R. H. E.
Pittsburg -...00010001 0 3 S
Kansas City .0 2 100002 G ( 3
. Batteries Walter and Berry; Adams
and Easterly. -
Baltimore 8, St. Louis S.
ST. LOUIS, June 23. Though tbey
had not made a hit before, St Louis
rallied In the sixth Inning and hit Wll
helm for five runs, tlelng today's game
temporarily, but Baltimore won, 8 to
5. Score: R. H. E.
Baltimore ...30300021 0 8 12 2
St Louis 00000500 0 5 6 4
Batteries Wilhelm, Qulnn and Jack
lltsch; Davenport Keupper and Simon.
TAIiB SHUT OUT BY PRXVCETOX
In Sensational Pitchers'. Battle
Tigers Take Old Ell's Scalp.
NEW YORK, June 23. Princeton de
feated Tale in the deciding contest of
their series on the Polo Grounds here
today in a well-played game. The
score was 1 to 0. Deyo and Way had
a sensational pitcher's battle and the
little Princeton star won by a shade.
R. H. E. R.H. E.
Princeton ..1 4 2Tale 0 2 1
Batteries ;Deyo and Salmon; Way
- Cincinnati Reds Defeated.
BALTIMORE, June 23. After shut
ting out Toronto, 3 to 0, the Baltimore
International League club today de
feated the Cincinnati National Leaguers
6 to 4. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Baltimore ..5 ( lClnclnnatl ..4 4 t
Batteries Shore and McAvoy; Lear,
Rowan and Gonzales.
Cubs Defeat AtlJetlcs.
TOLEDO, Ohio, June 23. The Chicago
Cubs defeated Connie Mack's Athletics
this afternoon, 8 to 7. Score:
Philadel ...0 1010113 0 T 11 3
Chicago ....0 0301040 8 3
Batteries Bender, Brown, Bressler
and Schang, Thomas; Lavender, Pierce,
Vaughn and Hargraves.
- Chehalis Wins Long- Game.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. Juno 23. (Spe
cial.) -Chehalis and Centralis Moose
ball teams played a 14-innlng game at
Millett field in Chehalis Sunday. The
locals won by a score of 6 to 4. The
Chehalis catcher smashed out the ball
a hit that Drought nome tne win-
ig run. This game leaves cnenaiis
at toe neaa oi tne juoose lessua
Oakland Upheld In Roberts Case,
r k vr A vn fal - June 2!.(rfcia1.)
The Oakland club Tecelved word to
day of a ruling by tne national com
mission against the St Louis Nationals
relative to Catcher Roberts. The Oaks
refused to pay the 31S00 purchase price
on the ground that the player refused
to report after .Manager Hugglns had
o Theater o
Program Balance of This
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or African Hunt
Cannot be compared
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Paths'! Wild Animal Masterpiece In Four Parts.
Full of Excitement, Humor snd llair-brnadth Escape.
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aad sharpskoatera. a sail Irea Maraelllve srrlie4 at
Alexandria, Bsrrpt. five slays laer. Krsisa ta-e-re ar
jauraered ky easy Huh Klla, tkea met flrat
tribe of Afrlcaa aatlvea. ke Saaaaeasi.
Tke "ret retaatreake the trip sxiriil Hk ke
deatk ef tke espedltloa'a aaat, wklrk waaaerrd a river
aad suddenly dUasard dawa tke (kraat sf aa alllaatar.
Tke disaster nerved la lateral Ike esplerera Ikat Iker
was kantlng at kaed. aad la a very ekert wkll (key kad
kagged a ckalee aellarllea ef Ike sseaster alllaatar.
Traveling Inland, Ike eaplarera pnaaad Ika naat. marked
kr a aaennnsenk wkcr Lard Kllrkanar mrt Ika Marrkand
eanadltlea la ISM. -
Tfcrr cam la a villas a Ik af Kedek. lakakllad kr
Ik Shllluka, a war-Uk net, wk lira knt C ank
aad straw. Ilera Ikey ratnrd a Jaaler sneaker. Tkr
ckrUtraed kirn Cac. aad k Braved aa anjaalag
paaloa daring Ika rant af Ik aadltla.
Leaving tke Sklllaks, Ika axplarar ram I Tans, aad
fram tkera plansrd lata Ik wild Jansle. wklrk wne ta
afford tkena nanny fin pletnrea, nanny Ikrllla and In
aumernkl narrow earane f rasa drain.
Leonarda, naankeyn. liana aad alkar vrtld araatnrae)
parnlUr I Ik ragloa aaknwlnsly nee.d kefar Ik
At Lak IV a, klpneaetasnl war dlacevared and fcant
wna Immadlntely arcnalnad. Kllllnc Ika klpnaa was aa
nay Inak eamnared ta kriaalnc hem Ik prlaaa, nana
af wklek maaanrad Iklrlaaa fact and walskad nearly taar
Neat a vnltara knnt wna nrsnnlaad, and nl graal
risk a aatlv waa lowered lata Ik are! near Ik tan
nf meantnln. Artec nn aarltlna knttl In mld-alr, ka
gave a ttlannl and Ik banters kclnad klm mp wltk aaaa
fine nparlmrnn af Ikra glnttanana ereatnraa.
It In from a bird Ikat dwells la Ik kaart af Ik Afrlraa
desert that tk mnrlkea feat kr re. cemmaaly nwrd la dr
ratlng womrn's nppnrcL, ar ektalard. Tk enptnr ( tk
mnrtkou I nkewa.
Knrtkrr an a ealeay af aigrette waa dtaravarad, aad a
demonstration given af Ik matked af aacmrlag Ifcrlr
vnlunbl featkers for millinery narnaea. Tw and Ikraa-
uarter panada af tka frntkvrn aarnrrd ky tk espedltlaa
kad a vain of 1S0O.
Tk parly aaaa arrived aa Ika Akyaalalnn freattar, and
Iknt algkl a land Immprtlnn- rcvrnlrd Ike prrmrwr ml
clephantn near at kaad. Karly Ika njst marnlng a knnt
waa orgnnlaedt nnd In a akert list several manatee
rlrpkanta kad fallen kef ore tk rlflea f Ika kcatarn.
' nnvlng neaared tk Jnagl fram and la and, tke knnt.
crn fnced abeut for kern, praad af Ik Ikrllllng plrtara
tkey kad neenred and eangratnlntlng aark atkrr aa Ika
kalr-breadtk rseape from ckarglng elepknnta aad Iran
log leopards wklek marked Ik trip tkreagkaat.
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XHE COUNTESS Drama Featurlnc Francis 3L Bashman,
Winner Ladies' World Hero Contest.
Big Klaw & Erlanger
This great sensational comedy success bad a record-breaking
run of Four Hundred and Two consecutive performances
at the Astor Theater, Xew York.
guaranteed that Roberts would report
for a salary consideration of 111! a
month. Although the Oaks offered
Roberts 3250 he still refused to report
and Jumped to the Tltunurg Federals.
The National Commission held that tne
Oakland club waa not rasponelble for
the player's Jump and not liable to
pay for him. This la In accordance
with a new rul passed about a month
Carpe-ntier to tight 1 uuu. Aln-arn.
LONPON. June 11 It nan announced
today that "Touna" Aharn. of 1'reoh
lyn. and Genrse f'arpanci.r, bay
welcht champion of F,ur"pa, had baan
matched to flht In Lnlra Ausu.t I
tor a pur. of ISO. end. Tha tnnnar wa
put up br Horatio Rnttomlsv, tha EnsT
ll.h publisher and finaneiar. h for
mer Liberal member of rsrllam.al