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TTTR MOTJNTNO OTIEGOAX. TTTURSDAT, JULY 29, 1915.
GAGK HENLEY'S HIT
Beavers Are Shut Out, 1-0, in
Game in Which Chances '
Are Tossed Away.
PINCH SWATS ARE LACKING
Bases Are Filled in Second, bat Hal
yard, Kahler and Carlisle Fail.
Again Speas and Bates Are
Helpless With 3Ien On.
' Vaclfic Coast League Standings.- ,
w.l. p.c; w.l p.c.
B. Francisco 63 50 .558Oak1and.. . . 57 CO .487
Los Angeles 64 55 .538iVernon 54 61 .470
Portland... 54 55 .i&JiSalt Lake.. . 5162.451
At Los Anireles Vernon 1. Portland 0.
At Salt Lake Los Angeles 8. Salt Lake 7.
At fc'a nirancisco San Francisco y, Oak
LOS AXGELES. Cal.. July 28. (Spe
cial.) Cack Henley won bis own game
from the Beavers today both by his
pitching and his war club, which is a
pretty good day's work for any heaver.
ack held McCredie' s hustling bunch to
five hits, and In the sixth inning he
cent a line drive over short that
scored Purtell, who had doubled, with
the only run made during the game.
Therefore the final score was 1 to 0
in favor of the Tigers.
But twice, just the same, Mr. Cack
was in doubt as to the outcome. The
first time was in the second inning
when Berger mussed up Stumpf'a
grounder and Fisher singled to left,
sending Stumpf to third. Hillyard did
his best but that was only to fan. As
he hit at the last one Fisher sneaked
down to second. McArdle looked bad
to Cack and was purposely walked,
filling the bases. With things thus,
Kahler also fanned, and Carlisle, who
bad the chance of his life to ease his,
ruffled feelings at the town generally
.tor being traded, gave Doane an easy
fly out in right field.
Irk the fifth the Beavers again had
' two men on, with only one down, but
neither Speas nor Bates could deliver
the goods. McCredie took Kahler out
In the sixth to let Lush .hit for him. and
then in the seventh put Evans in to
Today's game puts the Tigers and
Beavers on an even keel with one
T. The score:
Portland I Vernon
. BHOAEt B H O A K
Uerrlok.l. 3 17 OODoane.l... 4
fcpeas.r... 4 0 1 0 Oi Wllhoit.r. ! 1
Bates.3... 4 0 1 2 t Bavless.m 4 1
,Stumpf,2. 4 O 1 -1 U;Purtcll,2. 4 1
3 0 0
2 0 0
1 0 0
0 2 0
8 1 ()
3 3 1
, r isrier.c. . 4 17 4 utilcich'n.l 3 1
IHill'ard.m :! 1
1 0 OiBermer.s.. 4 1
3 2 0 Spencer.e. 2 O
. McArdle.s 3 0
8 1 o
Lush. . . .
; Kvans.p. .
o 0 Oj
o o o.
0 0 0
Totals. 32 5 24 10 1 1
Totals.. 30 10 27 8 1
! 'Batted for Kahler
1 Rnn tir r n.h In - . .U
. Batted for Hillyard In ninth.
'Portland 0 OO 0 o o 0 0 0 0
' Hits O 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 o
.Vernon 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Hits 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 10
i liun. Purtell. Two-base hit, Purtell. Sac
rifice hit, Rader. Struck out. Henley V.
Kahler 2. Evans 4. Bases on balls, off
2. Fisher. Doane. Gleichmann. Berger. Kuns I
responsible for. Kahler 1. Eight hits. 1 run,
22 at bat off Kahler in 6 Innings. Charge de
'feat to Kahler. Double play. Gleichmann to
:Eerger to Gle'.chmann. Hit by pitcher.
Lus'i. wild pitch, Kahler. Time, 1:30. Um
pires. Held and Brashear.
SEALS BATTER OAKS' HURLER
Burns Unable to Stop Leaders While
Fanning Pitches Good Ball.
, SAN FRANCISCO. July 28. Wn
rancisco hit Burns. the Oakland
pitcher, hard in today's game which
iwas won by the Seals, 9 to 2. Coran,
;in the fourth inning, with bases full,
hit a two bagger and drove in all the
runners. Fanning pitched a good game
San Francisco Oakland-
is 1 KJ A tti
u 1 1 0 ".Mundorff.r
4 10 0 U;Jlarcan.2.
5 2 2 OMiddlefn.l
olio 0 Johns' n.m
4 14 8 1 Elllott.c. .
. Schmidt, c
; Jones, 3. ..
B H O A
4 1 2 1 l
3 14 3 0
4 1 O 1 0
4 O 4 5 11
4 0 2 1 0
3 12 4 1
4 1 12 0 1
2 0 o 3 0
O 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0
31 6 27 20 4
3 0 0 I.itschi.3..
3 11 0 u'RfAri
1 4 7 O.Guest.l
1 U 2 0 Burns.p..
Totals. 86 13 27 14 1, Totals..
Kan Igor Burns In seventh.
Ban Francisco O 01301 13 0
"Its 1 0 1 4 2 2 0 2 113
Oakland 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 O 0 2
Hits 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 6
; Kuns. Schaller, Downs 2, Jones 3. Meloan
B. Marcan, Reed. Six runs, 10 hits off Burns.
20 at bat In 7 innings. Balk, Burns Two
base hits. Corhan. Johnston. Meloan Sac
rifice hits. Corhan 2. Bases on balls Fan
ning 4, Burns 1. Struck out. Fanning 3.
Hums 3, Russell 1. Hit by pitcher, Jones,
by Russe.l. Double plays, Lltschl to Guest,
Corhan to Meloan. Johnson to Marcan.
Stolen bases. Kltzperald, Schaller. Meloan,
Middleton, Johnston, Reed. Passed balls.
Schmidt. Wild pitch. Burns. Runs respon
sible for. Fanning 1. Burns 4. Left on bases.
an Francisco 4. Oakland fi. Charge defeat
to Burns. Time, 1:50. Umpires, Guthrie
IB EES LOSE SEE-SAW CONTEST
Angels Maks Rally in Xintli and
Pull Ont Game Apparently Lost.
SALT LAKE, Utah, July 28. Salt
Lake lost a see-saw game to Los An
geles, 8 to 7. Johnny Williams started
for- Los Angeles and did fairly well
until the eighth, when he was relieved
by Perritt, who in turn was taken out
ior Bcoggins. Claude Williams was
taken out for a pinch hitter in the
eighth, and Hall, who went in for Salt
J -a Re with the count 7 to 4, was hit for
four runs in the ninth. Orr's error
with two out also helped considerably.
Los Angeles Salt Lake
BHOAE' bh n i p
Mag'ert.m 5 2 3 1 0, Shinn. r. . .. 5 3 2 03
2 6 4 O Hallinan, 2. 5 15 31
3 3 0 O.Barbour. 3. 4 0 2 40
2 8 3 0 Kyan,l 5 1 1 2 1
0 1 0 0.Zacher.m-. 4 4 2 0 0
T-arry.a. . ,
Holcs.c. . .
1 z o iiurr.s 5 i
2 S 0 0Tennant,l. 4 1
0 0 2 O Lynn.c 4 0
1 u a u CWirms-n 2
Perritt. p.. 0
O 0 OO.Hall.p 0 0
0 0 0 0Reuther.D. 0 0
0 0 0 O.Nutt 0 0
Totals. 38 13 27 17 l! Totals. 39 13 27 1' 4
Batted for Perritt .in ninth; batted for
O. Williams In eighth.
Los Angeles 0 0000 2 0 2 4 8
Hits 1 o 0 1 1 4 0 3 A 13
Salt Lake 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 7
Hits 1 2 114 0 12 1 13
Runs, Maggert. Buemiller 2, Wolter 2
Boles. J. Williams, J. Ryan, Zacher. Orr'
Tennant. Lynn 2. C. Williams, Nutt Two
base hits, Masgert. Koerner, C. Williams
Hallinan, Shinn. Three-base hit. Wolter'
Home run. Zacher. Base on balls off J
Williams 1, Perrlttl. C. Williams 1.' Hall l"
Struck out. by J. Williams 4. C. Williams 4"
Four runs. 11 hits, 33 at bat off J Will
iams In 7 2-3 Innings, out In eighth, baaes
full, two down, 3 and 2 on batter; 3 runs
1 hit and 2 at bat off Perritt in 1-3 in
ning; no runs. 1 hit and 4 at bat off Seog
Kins in 1 inning; 4 runs, 10 hits and 31 at
bat. off C. Williams In 8 Innings; 4 runs
3 hits and 6 at bat off Hall in 2-3 of an
lnninpr. out with man on second and 2 down
no runs, no hits. 1 at bat off Reuther in 1-3
inning. Runs responsible for, J. Williams 6
Perritt 1, C. Williams 3. Hall 3. Credit vic
tory to Perritt; charge defeat to Hall Left
on bases. Los Angeles S. Salt Lake 8. First
i.e.-,-: u 11 ' ' ' 8 1 -AllRCjeB , r-a.il l.KKO 1.
Stolen bases, Shinn, Lynn. Double plays, J.
Williams to Terry to Koerner: B. Ryan to
Hallinan. Hit by pitcher, Barbour by J.
Williams. Umpires, Phylo and Toman. Tims
of same, 2:39.
Answers to Queries.
Q 1. Men are on second and third
with one down and the batter flies out
to deep center, the man on second
staying between second and third and
not touching second after the catch
and both runners beat the throw to
the plate. If they throw the ball to
second and touch the base, does either
2. If the score is against the pitcher
when he is taken out and then the
team takes the lead and loses off t.ie
second pitcher, who is charged with
With a man on third, a batted ball
hits the umpire. Will the man on
third be allowed to score?
A FAN. City.'
A 1. Ttie run brought in by the
man on third will count, it it be scored
before the last putout was made.
2. The second pitcher is charged
with the defeat, as the game was lost
durfhg his incumbency.
FISTS FLY IN FED GAME
UMPIRE CORCORAN IV FIGHTS
WITH STOVALL AND MAGEE.
Kansas City Manager Is Expelled After
Clash and In Next Game Brooklyn
Chief and Impa Exchange Blows.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 28. Two
fights with the umpire, one in each
game, which hesulted in the manager
of each team being banished, featured
a double-header here today between
Brooklyn and Kansas City. The visi
tors won the first game, 4 to 3, and
the locals the second, 3 to 2.
In the first contest Umpire Corcoran
called two Brooklyn runners safe on
an attempted perfect play. The argu
ment which followed was punctuated
with fisticuffs by George Stovall,
manager of the locals.
In the second game Lee Magee, man
ager of the Brooklyn team, objected to
a decision by Umpire Corcoran on balls
and strikes. Magee struck Corcoran
and when Corcoran drew blood from Ma
gee's lip, Kauff came to Magee's res
cue. Magee and Kauff were bota ban
Brooklyn ..4 6 2 Kan. City.. .3 7 1
Batteries Frank Smith, Wiltse and
Simon; Main and Easterly.
Brooklyn .2 10 1
Cullop and Brown.
Kan. City.. 3 8 3
and H. Smith;
Pittsburg 4-2, Baltimore 3-3.
PITTSBURG, July 28. Pittsburg and
Baltimore Federals split today's
double-header, the home team winning
the first game. 4 to 3. in 11 innings.
Baltimore took the second, 3 to 2. Ben
der was knocked out of the box in the
ninth inning of the first game. Suggs
wielding two '.Tits in the eleventh that
sent over the winning run. Bailey was
effective in the second game after the
first inning. Scores:
R. H.E. R.H.E.
Baltimore. 3 13 1 Pittsburg. 4 13 1
Batteries Bender. Suggs and Owens;
Rogge and O'Connor.
Baltimore. .3 8 lj Pittsburg ..2 3 0
Batteries Bailey and Owens; Hearn
Xewark 7, St. I.onis 6.
ST. LOUIS. July 28. With St. Louis
leading by three runs, Newark rallied
in the ninth inning and won today's
game here. 7 to 6. Davenport, who
had pitched airtight ball for St- Louis
until that inning, was relieved by
Newark ..7 11 41 St. Louis.. 6 6 3
Batteries Kaiserling, Moseley, Fal-
kenberg and Raridan; Davenport.
Plank and Cnapman.
Sidelights and Satire
Rowdy Elliott is much agitated
about a report that Ed Maier offered
$10 to the pitcher who would stop Jack
Ness' hitting streak. Well, what if he
did, Maier is pulling for Vernon and
In a recent game at St. Cloud. Minn.,
Jake Thielman, former Portland player.
lined out a long hit to center field. It
hit a rabbit and Mr. Bunny started for
the infield, touched second base, sped
along the base line to third a few
jumps ahead of Thielman, rounded
third on account of the fans on the
sideline and dashed across the home
plate with Thielman only a few yards
behind. The story stops there but we
presume St. Cloud won by a hare. To
make it real good, the artist should
have had Jake beat bre'r rabbit to the
disc. Why not tell a good one while
you re about It?
George Perrlns, Kansas City Federal
player, uses a novel bat. Before some
woodturner fashioned it into a bat It
was & hunk of scaffold upon which
many an Ohio criminal swung to his
death. George's father used It for 20
years and George has batted with it
Newark, N. J., is planning on a huge
track meet next year and athletes
from all over the country are to be
brought there.- We trust the promo
ters will not omit the 56-pound weight
event for this Is truly the most thrilling
thing on the programme.
POTATO BEETLE APPEARS
Attempt to Eradicate Pest Will Be
Renewed in Eastern Oregon.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
Corvallis. July 31. (Special.) "The
Colorado potato beetle has reappeared
in Eastern Oregon," said Professor H.
F. Wilson, entomologist of the Agricul
tural College experiment station, upon
receipt of reports from extension offi
cers of that part of the state.
"This pest has evidently become es
tablished here. Its first appearance In
this state as far as records show was
last year, when every effort was put
forth by growers and officers to keep
it from securing a foothold In Oregon.
The attempt was not entirely success
ful, a? its reappearance clearly shows,
but will be renewed this year."
Witnesses Paid 6 Cents in Trial.
HAZELTON. Pa., July 23. Five wit
nesses at the office of Alderman Joseph
Moody, who held out for a rate of 25
cents an hour, what they got In the
mines, raised a big rumpus at Hazleton
when they were given 6 1-4 cents, each
having testified three minutes. They
said they had seen Jennie Kapchak at
tacked by Mary Nancheck and held up
the procedure of the case until the
magistrate acceded to their demands.
Locky Marriages In India.
. A third marriage is considered un
lucky in certain parts of Indian. A
fourth marriage is not. So when a man
wishes to become a benedict after two
previous trials and still evade super
stitution. he evokes a very clever
scheme. Mr. Man of India goes
through a ceremony with a bird or ani
mal or flower as the bride In order tha
his next wife will be the fourth and
not tho third venture.
WHITE SOX CHECK
RED SOX' ADVANCE
Yanks Take Twist in Tiger's
Tail, Dubuc Being Hit
Hard and Often.
BROWNS BEAT ATHLETICS
Mackmen T-leld Poorly and Every
St. Louis Player Gets at Least
One Hit Indians Swamp
Senators. Score 10 to 1.
BOSTON, July 2S. Chicago's sharp
fielding today held the Red Sox run
less, notwithstanding Scott's erratic
pitching, while the White Sox scored
a single run. This came in the third
Inning, when Schalk. who had singled
and had reached second on & sacrifice,
scored from that base after Scott hit
o right field. Thomas failing to hold
Hooper's throw to the plate.
Loving cups were presented to Um
pire Thomas Connolley and to Presi
dent J. J. Lannin. of the Red Sox,
by a delegation of enthusiasts from
B U U A t
B H O A E
0 0 Hooper.r. .
2 OtBarry.2. . .
6 0 speaner.m
0 0 Lewi.. I
tl u (iardner.3.
0 0 E Scott, s..
1 0 Thomus.c
1 Olrihore.p. . .
E. Corns. 2 3
lit. Corn a. p. 0 0 0 OO
(Gainer.. 1 0 0 00
Totals.. 25 5 27 11 01 Totals.. 20 5 27 24 2
Batted for Shore In eighth. Batted fur
E. Scott In ninth.
Chicago 00100000 0 1
Boston 000000O0 0 U
Run. Schalk. Double Dlavs. Blackburne to
Fournler, speaker to E. Scott; K. Collins to
Fournier, Weaver to K. Collins to Fournler,
Barry to E. Scott to Hoblitzell, Gardner to
Hoblitzel to Gardner. Bases on balls, off
Scott o. off Shore 3, off R. Collins 2. Hits,
oft Shore 5 In 8 Innings, off R. Collins none
in 1 inning. Struck out. by Scott 2. Um
pires, Evni and Connolly.
Xew York 6, Detroit 4.
NEW YORK. July 28. The New York
Americans defeated Detroit today. 6
o 4. The lankees hit Dubuc hard.
five out of their nine hits being for
extra bases. Detroit also batted Cald
well bard, but he kept the hits scat
tered except in the second and ninth.
Dubuc drove in three of Detroit's runs.
BHOAE' B H OAK
Vltt.3.... 5 0 3 30 High. 1 5" 1 2 0 0
Young. 2.. 3 0 1 1 0 Boone. s.. 3 O 1 2 0
Kavan'h.2 2 O O 1 0 Maisel.3. .. 4 2 1 4 0
Cobb.m... 4 2 0 0 0 Plpp.l 3 111 0 0
'Jraford.r 4 12 OOCook.r 3 1 4 00
Veach.l.. 4 13 0 1'ibarney.m. 4 1 8 00
Burns.l.. 4 2 8 0 0 Hauman.2. 4 2 3 20
Bush. 3 114 0 Swtenty.e 2 0 2 0 O
Stanage.c 2 14 1 o Cald'ell.p. 4 10 30
McKee.c. 2 1 1 0 2
Dubuc. p.. 4 2 0 2 II- ,
Moriarity O 0 0 0
Totals. 37 11 24 12 2, Totals.. 32 0 27 110
Ran for Dubuc in ninth.
Detroit o 2 0 0 0 OO 0 2 (
New York 2 O 1 1 0 0 2 o o
Runs. Vesch. Burns. Bush 2. High. Malscl
2, Pipp 2. Bauman. Two-base hits, Cobb 2.
lalsel. Biisn. uubuc. Bauman X. Hlgn. Home
run. Pipp. Stolen bases. Pipp. Barney,
Maisel 2. Earned runs. New ork j. De-
roit 4. Double plays. Boone to Bauman
o Pipp. Left on bases. New York 7. De
roll 7. Bases on balls, off Caldwell 1, off
Dubuc 5. Struck out. by Caldwell 1. by
Dubuc 4. Umpires. Wallace and Chill.
St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 5.
PHILADELPHIA, July 28. St- Louis
mixed three base hits with a pass
and four errors by the Philadelphia
Americans, in the fifth inning of to
day's game and scored five runs. The
rally gave them a 6-to-5 victory.
Every player on the fct. Louis team
got at least one hit. while Austin se
cured two singles. Score:
St. Louis I Philadelphia
a M o A a
2 11 OOHealey.S.. 6 14 48
3 2 1 3 0 Walsh. r. .. 4 1101
5 11 0 0 Oldring-.l.. 3 0 100
3 1 3 4 0 Schans.m. 22000
5 1 3 0 0 Yajole.l... X 2 14 10
4 1 13 0 0 Malone.2.. I 0 1 2 0
4 1 4 7 2 Ipp.c 4 0 4 1 0
4 112 1 Kopf.s 2 112 1
3 1 0 6 0 Wyckoff.p 2 0 14 0
- 4 liic A voy -.. 1 o u o u
Totals. 35 10 27 21 3' Totals. 40
7 27 IS 6
Batted for yckoff in ninth.
St. Louis 1 0 0 O 5 O 0 O
Philadelphia 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 6
Runs. Shotton 2. Slsler. Pratt, walker.
Howard. Walsh. Oldrins, Sohans 2. Kopf.
Two-base hit, Lajoie. Three-base hits. Shot-
ton. SychanK. earned runs, ht. Louis 1'. Phila
delphia :t. Stolen bases. Malone. Walsh, Old-
rlnfr. uouDie plays, uwwrmitK 10 i-avsn 10
Howard: Pratt to Lavan to Howard. Bases
on balls, off Lowdermilk 5. yckoff 5.
Base on errors, fet. louis 2, Philadelphia 2.
Struck oul, by Lowdermilk 5, Wyckoff J.
Balk, Wyckoff. Umpires, Dineen and Nallln.
Cleveland 10, Washington 1.
WASHINGTON. July 28. Cleveland
batted in an easy victory over the
Washington! Americans today. 10 to 1.
Both Boehling and Harper were Inef
fective and poorly supported. Jones
baffled the locals except in the fourth.
Cleveland I Washington-
B H OAF.
B -H O A E
3 1 1 n n
S' worth. I j
Eschen.m 5 2 r. 1 o Moeller.r. .
0 o'Koster.2. .
1 O'.Milan.m . .
0 O Shanks.l. .
0 OiOandll.l . .
5 0 Henry. c. . .
2 1 Williams. c
1 n McBrlde.s.
Klrke.l . .
Smith. r. .
Totals. .41 17 27 12 1 Totals... 32 6 27 12 4
Cleveland 3 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 0 10
Washington 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Runs. Southworth. Chapman 4. Klrke.
Turner. 'Wambsitanss, O'Neill. Jones. lilan.
Two-base hit. Southworth. Stolen bases.
Moeller. Turner. harned runs. V. aahlnjctnn
1. Cleveland 7. Double play. Southworth to
Wambsgansa. Bale on error, Cleveland 1.
Bases on balls, off Jones 1, off Boehllns; 2.
off Harper 4. Hits, ofr Boehling 11 In 0 In
nings, none out in sixth; on Harper, 6 In 4
Innings. Struck out. by Jones 1. by Boehl
ing 1. by Harper 3. Umpires, O'Loughiln
ST. LOUIS DEFEATS PHILLIES
Cardinals Hit Alexander, Who (lets
Poor Support Throughout.
ST. .LOUIS. July 28. St. Louis Na
tionals hit Alexander opportunely, and
helped by Philadelphia's six errors,
won from the visitors 3 to 1. Doak
held Philadelphia to three scatterea
singles. Three errors In the first Inning
gave St. Louis a run. St. Louis made
another tally In the second when
Butler singled, was sacrificed to second
and scored on Bescher's double. The
third run came In the sixth on Wilson's
double. Snyder's single and an error by
Niehoff. The score:
ti 11 U A C
B II OA b
Pancroft.s 4 13 ,rtescher.l. 8 1 0 t tl
Byrne.3... 4 O 1 1 Hugglns.2. 4 0 3 4 0
Becker.l.. 4 12 vuviiler.l.. 4 12 In
Cravalh.r 3 0 1 0 Wll.on.m. 4 2 2 O t
Nlehoff.2. 3 12 2 1Snyder.c 4 2 4 30
Whitted.m 2 O 1 0 I Long.r 8 0 1 0 o
Luderus.1 u 7 1 " 1 .ut ler.s . . 8 2 4 4 1
Kllllfer.c. SOS 3 2 Beck. 3... 3 O O 00
Alexan'r.p 2 O O 2 0 Doak.p 2 0 1 10
paskert". too imi(
Baum'r-p O 0 0 0 01
! Totals.. 30 7 27 13 1
-l oiais. a ii
Patted for Alexander In eighth.
Philadelphia o 1 O o O O f O fl "
St. Louis 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 !
Runs. Cravath. Miller. . Wilson. Butler,
Two-base hits. Wilson. Reseller. Stolen
bases. Miiier, KiUifer. Earned run, 6L Louts
1. Sacrifice hits. W'hltted. Doak. Double
plays. Bancroft to Nlehofr to Luderua. First
base on errors. Philadelphia 1. St. Louis a.
Bases on balls, off Alexander 1. Doak 2. Hits.
off Alexander. 7 In 7 Innings; Baumcardner.
none in 1. struck out. by Aiexanner 1.
Doak 5. Umpires. Quisle? and Email.
Boston 3, Cincinnati 1.
CINCINNATI. July 28. Boston by
opportune hitting won the first gams
of the series from the Cincinnati Na
tionals today 3 to 1. Rudolph pitched
a good game, allowing only five hits,
two of which were made In the sixth
inning when Cincinnati scored their
one run. The score:
B H O A KT
B H O
0 f rsroh.3. . .
fc.vers.2. . .
Magee. m .
t'mlth.n . .
3 O llerxog.s. .
O 0 Kmiirrl.2.
1 II llrif fllh.r..
2 O rlarke.c. .
20 Williams. I.
1 O Motlwlia.1.
4 0 McKenry.p
(londy.c. . 3
Rudolph. p 4
Totals.. 32 S 27 13 oj Totals... 30 S 27 14 0
Boston O O O 0 0 O 1 1 1 3
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 O 0 1
Runs. Connolly. Schmidt. Smith McKenry.
Two-base hit. Smith. Three-base hit. Magee.
Stolen bases. Mollwltx. Connolly 2. Maran
vllle. Earned runs, Boston 3, Cincinnati 1.
Double play. Herxog to Kodgers to Mollwltx.
Left n bass, Boston 6. Cincinnati 2. Base
on balls, off McKenry J. Ftruck out. by
Rudolph 2. by McKenry 1. Umpires, Klera
GOTBOAT SMITH BEVTS COIVLEJl
Jim Corbctt's Protege Makes Good
Showing, but Lacks Experience.
NEW YORK. July 28. ''Gunboat
Smith, of San Francisco, defeated Tom
Cowler. of Vancouver; James J. Cor
bett's protege, in a ten-round bout here
tonight on points.
Cowler put up a good fight, having
the better of the first three rounds.
Smith's experience and ring general
ship won for him. Smith weighed 1
and Cowler 205 pounds.
Eastern Athletes Arriving.
Members of the New York Athletic
Club team, which will compete next
week at the Panama-Pacific Exposition
in San Francisco, are expected to ar
rive in Portland today. Norman S. Ta
ber, of Providence, R. L. holder of the
world's record for the mile, arrived in
town yesterday and worked out on
Multnomah Field. He will be here un
til Saturday, when he leaves for San
Doty Defeats Cliehalls, 4 to 3.
CENTRALIA, Wash.. July 27. (Spe
cial.) There are two fewer contenders
for the baseball championship of South
west Washington, the Chehalis Athletic
Club having been defeated by Doty
Sunday by a score of 4 to 3. and the
Rochester team having disbanded.
Rochester this year bad one of the
strongest teams in its "history, having
won & big per cent of its games.
Tennis Play Held at Ccntralla.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. July 28 (Spe
cial. Jerome Whisler and Miss Nel
lie Watsoi. Monday night in the r'.xed
doubles defeated Jack McNlven and
Miss Clara Dueber, the match being
one of the city championships staged
by the Tennis Club.
Grand Circuit Races Postponed.
DETROIT, July 28. Today's grand
circuit races, which Included the 110.
000 M. Ac M. stakes, were postponed
until tomorrow on account of rain.
What the Box Scores Show
About Player You Know.
DAVE BANCROFT. ex-Beaver, con
tributed a hit. figured in a double
play and handled five of six fielding
chances for the Phils.
Bill Rodgers, ex-Beaver, failed to
hit for the Keds, but handled all seven
fielding chances which came his way.
Kenneth Williams. ex-Spokane, did
not get his customary hit for the Cin
cinnati Reds. He gobbled up three fly
balls in left field.
McKenry. ex-Northwestern Leaguer,
pitched a full game for Cincinnati, los
ing to the Braves, 3 to 1. He gave
nine hits, walked one, fanned one and
scored the only run made by his team.
Vitt, ex-Seal, failed to hit for De
troit. He handled six chances at tho
Pep Young, ex-Sacramento, didn't
get his customary hit for Detroit. He
had only two chances at second, ac
WITH Prescott and S
tery work, the Ool
the National lsund
Shea doing he bat-
olden Rods defeated
ll r V n In. Nnudav ,,n
he diamond at Peninsula Park, la-o Unm..
was tho batting star of the session, while
Prescott whiff.-.! 12 batsmen for tne Golden
Rous. The score:
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Golden Rods. 1 14 0, Laundry O 2 5
..B,?tterl'!" I'rescoit and shea; Miller and
The White Salmon (Wash.) team triumphed
over Mount Brook Sunday by the score of
5-4. The winning runs were put over in
the last of the ninth with two down. Pre
vious to this the Mount Brook boys had a
one-run lead. Pitcher Onerbough's stick
am me trick, Inning his own game. The
E. R. H. E.
Mount Brooks. 4 u White Salmon. .S 8 4
naileries unrroouin anu reuerlcks
Shoemake.- and Newsy.
nontavuia arrested Peninsula Park. 7 to
-. last feunday on the losers' grounds.
"Sunny" Moeller. former City Leaguer,
pitching for the Park nine, was hit hard
for blnglrs. while Zwlfel. on the mound
for Montavilla. allowed seven well-scattered
lilts and fanned 15. The feature of the
game was the batting of Messlnger and
duck or the winners. The score:
? H. K.I R. H. E
Montavnia 1 1.1 1 Peninsula 2 7 3
Batten.-. Zwlfel and Messlnger; Moeller
ana Linanan, jinniy.
The Paelfle Coast Biscuit Company squad
dropped a game Sunday to the hard-hitting
Capital Hill aggregation. 22-2. The Capital
mil sluggers were too much ror the his
cult boys, and the suburbanites also had a
pitcher on the mound whom the bakers
could cot solve. V an Blsrlcsn twirled
tor the winners.
The J. S. Beall team came In for a severe
panning from the manager of the Capital
iiiii niuad for railing to show up Tor the
game he had scheduled with that learn. The
pltal Hill team baa scratched the Bealls
from Its visiting list, aa a large rra.d of
fans were dl.appolr.ted Sunuay when the
Bealls failed to put In appearance.
Manager Red Poplck is perfectly satis
fied with his Newsboy squad. He says hli
team is the fastest semi-pro outfit out of
the City League.
A sensational nlnth-lnmng rally enabled
the Kast Portland Southern Pacific learn to
wallop the Tabor Giants, 7 to G, Sundsy at
Kast Twelfth and Davis streets. With one
down. Captain Burnhans doubled and scored
the tying run on a single by l.angford.
A walk followed by two errors In the
ninth gave the railroaders the contest.
Jne Bonds, the Tacoma heavyweight, is In
Sydney, Australia. According to reports he
la doing well in the land ox the nancarou.
Frank Parrleau, who meets Kid Brewer
over the V-round route tomorrow nichl In
Hoise. ldauo. will leave for the East after
the battle. Barrleau has a reputation that
ouicht to set nlm by with the best ot them
Blllle Vascott. Just up from two weeks'
confinement In a sick bed. Is anxious to set
a bout llh Tex Vernon when that worthy
pays his visit to the Northwest shortly. Mas
cott will fisht Jo key Bennet at Fendle
tnn In September and Is anxious to take on
Vernon before this.
Bobby Evans" injured arm will be all rlrht
within a couple of weeks, the Itahtweight
said yesterday. He will then so after Blllle
Karrell for a return match, as he feels sure
he can hand Fsrrell a good lacing when they
Denver Fcottv. a hard-hittlnff middle
weight from Denver. Is In town, and Dudley
Kvans has Just ahout completed arrange
ments f'ir a !'. round go between him and
Joe s-a!n in i'endleton. fiwala is at present
KORES IS DEFENDED
Gilmore Blames Johnson for
Feds' Latest Raid.
MINORS SAID TO CONTROL
Jump of cx-Beaver to Klelder
Jones' Outlaw Club Declared to
Be Part of light to Offset
Action of Majors.
CHICAGO, July 28. Declarlnr hi
belief that the minor leagues hold the
whip hand and need not "stand the
gaff" unless they choose. President Gil
more, of the Federal League, today
replied to a protest by C. T. Chapin.
president of the Rochester Interna
tional club, against the St. Louis Fed
erals' signing Arthur E. Korea, whom
Rochester bought from the New York
.Xatlonals for 12500. Mr. Chapin In
closed Kores' contract with Rochester
"Please note contract has five-day
clause. Kores left the Rochester club
without giving any notice.
roniraet-Breaklna; urn rises.
"We are curious to know how you
Justify the action of player Kores In
deliberately breaking his contract and
of the St. Louis club in encouraging
the player to do so.
"How It can be possible for any
such player to receive the Indorsement
of the Federal League we cannot under
stand any more than we can under
stand how you can expect to bring
about recognition for your league bv
organized baseball In the face of such
questionable methods that only tend
to widen the gap.
Mr. Gilmore answered today:
Vt hen the Federal League first
entered the field we expected to
recognise contracts of ball players. In
tending to deal only with those whose
contracts had expired.
Blame Pat Jahnsjoa.
"My first and only conference with
Ban Johnson, In February. 1814. was
to ascertain If he would meet us on
that ground. When he declined there
is only one course open to a ne
league, and we have followed It.
"I am. of course, sorrv that the minor
leagues are standing the brunt of the
fight, but as I view the situation, they
noid the whip hand and need not
stand the gaff unless they choose. You
are entitled to protection and there Is
way to secure It. but the minor
leagues chose to be guided bv Messra.
Johnson and Hermann at tha Omaha
meeting. In November. 1914. There
fore, your complaints should have been
forwarded to them instead of to me."
SKATTLi; DEFEATS VANCOUVER
Malls Pitches Air-Tight Ball, While
Col well.AVea kens After Injury.
SEATTLE. Wash.. July 28. Air-tls-ht
pitching by Mails gave Seattle a 12'
to-0 victory here today over Vancou
ver. Colwell. who started for the vls
Itors. was hurt by a hot liner, which
hit his wrist In the sixth, after which
the locals hit and ran bases seemingly
at will, scoring nine tallies in that in
R- H. E.I R. H. E.
Vancouver.. 0 4 2 Seattle.... 12 14 1
Hatteries Colwell and Cheek; Malls
Spokane 2, Taeonia 1.
TACOMA. Wash.. July 28. Wuffli's
home run was the only earned ran of
the game, Spokane and Tacoma each
getting one through errors, the visitors
winning, 2 to 1- Score:
It. H. E. R. H. E.
Spokane . 2 4 S Tacoma 15 3
Batteries icker and Brenncgan;
Parson and Stevens.
JOHNSTON LOSES TO NILES
Coast Tennis Champion's Defeat at
Long-wood Is Upset of Tourney.
BOSTON. July 2S. The defeat of
W. M. Johnston, of San Francisco,
Pacific Coast singles champion, by Nat
W. Nlles. of this city. In the fourth
round of the Longwood Cricket Club's
annual lawn tennis singles tourna
ment waa the only noteworthy upset In
K. Norrls Williams II. the National
title holder, vanquished G. P. Gardner.
Jr., the present state champion. In
straight sets. Williams did not miss
a fhnt off his backhand during the
match. An Interesting contest Is ex
pected tomorrow when he meets C. J.
Griffin, of San Francisco, who defeated
him recently on the Pacific Coast- The
Eastern doubles championship devel
oped no matches of great interest.
PRrXEVILLE WIN'S It ALL TITLE
Bend Is Defeated In Central Oregon
Championship Game, 11-0.
PRINK VI LLE. Or.. July 28. (Spe
cial.) Prineville defeated the Hend
baseball team for the championship of
Central Oregon. 11 to 0. The Prine-
ville team knocked Springer, late of
Srattle and ellwood. of the Portland
City League, to all corners of the field
in the early stages of the game.
The feature of the game was the
pitching of Tethrow of the Prlneville
team. This Is Tethrow's tenth consec
utive victory for the season, having
a strikeout average of IS men to the
Coast League Leaders
S TO be expected. Jack Ness, of
Oakland, the world's champion
batsman. heads the list of Coast
League batsmen. The hardhitting first
baseman, who. according to reports Is
due for a chance In faster company
next year, has batted .386 for 110
Karnes. This includes the frames pre
vious to the present series and Is two
points lower than his average of the
Johnston, of the Oaks, is away out In
front In the stolen base department.
He has pilfered . 65 sacks. "Biff"
Schaller, of the Seals, is his nearest
competitor with 32. Those at the head
of the various departments follow:
Hitters Ness. Oakland. .3S; Hellmann.
Pan Krancisco. .3l. Wolter. loa Aiiae.es.
.s:J: Johnston, Oakland, .34; t.aruner,
Oakland. .:i4i- Kjan. j-alt lke. .3tu.
iiates, 1'ortland. .&-IW.
Hun alakers Johnston. Oakland. T:
Magsert. ls Angelas. M; Kvan, Salt Uka.
74; Thaller, ban Krancisco, 74; Ness, oak
land. J; Oedeon. bait a-ake. T3; Wolt.r.
liie Angeles, 6, stumpf. 1'ortland Oo; orr.
belt l.ake. M; Shinn, Salt l-ke i'.l.
lias's stealer Johnston. oak:and. 5.1.
Schaller. San Krancisco. 53T; Maxgerl. l-os
Angelas. ;il; Hellmann. ban Krancisco. -7.
olter. Los AnB.lrj, ;; llodle. t-an Kran
cisco. SI; McVull-n, Is Anselrs. ;u; Klts
Kerald. ssn Krancisco, IS; bpeas. Portland.
11. KlRbetr. Vernon. 19.
Home Run Hitters Herman. Pan Kran
cisco. 13; Scha'.ier, San Krancisco, 12: Ness,
Oak'.and. 11; Oedeon, Salt 1-ake. D
Three. Base Hitters Wolter. ixe Angeles,
11: MsEsert. U Angeles. In; Carlisle.
To-Hae Hitters Gerteon. Salt I.ake. ST.;
Johnston, oskland. 1'; loan, salt take' i'
iSpas. I'ortiand. is.
Sacrifice Hitters Berger. Vern.-n. SI; Mc.
Mullen, l.os Anles. ;i; Orr. Salt Ijke li'
Terrj-. Loa Angeles, SJ. Jaelxger. loa An
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CARLISLE GETS LOBER'S JOB
Beaver Manager Says Ty lias Hook
Worm" and Is Loafer Promise
Made to Re-veal Great Short
stop in Murphy Next Year.
LOS ANGELES. Cal July 2S. Wal
ter McCredie. manager of the Tortland
ball club, announced here today that
ha had sold Catcncr Haworth. of the
Victoria Club In tho Northwestern
League, to the Cleveland Americans.
"Haworth has been hitting the ball
like a steam engine, and Cleveland has
been pestering me to get him." said
McCredie. T think he Is the best-look,
lng catcher In the Northwestern
League, so I gave him to Cleveland. I
don't need any other catchers right
McCredie. although not connected
with the Victoria club, had an option on
the young catcher.
Declaring that Lober has the hook
worm." McCredie today decided that
Walter Carlisle will finish the season
in left field for Portland.
xber hasn't the pepper to play reg
ularly for roe." said Mac. "Not only
does he lack it. but the other players
seem to catch his loafing spirit when
he Is playing. I will hold onto Lober.
however, and use him as a utility
"Carlisle Is my Ideal of a lead-ott
man and fielder. He hasn't loafed on
a play since, he Joined the club, and
he gets at least one walk In every four
trips to the. plate. A m-alk and a sin
gle amount to the same thing for me.
both meaning that the batter can reach
first base. I'm more than satisfied with
McCredie. who Is known as the great
eat developer of shortstops In the minor
leagues, promises to reveal a new star
nut. hi. team next year in the person
of Shortstop Murphy, now playing with
the Spokane club.
-Johnny Butler, the new Angel play
er was a star during Us last few
weeks In the Northwestern League, but
h won t compare with Murphy when
I get ready to use the latter. said
McCredie today. "Murphy la Just as
good a fielder snd will hit :0 points
more a sesson than Butler."
VKSS SIGNS CONTRACT
Oak Slues" Sld to "ve KeceUed
Substantial Salary Increase.
SAN FHANCISCO. July IS. (Special.)
.. v- in,l hla 19l con-
acat - -" . . ,
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cording to report, it is i
Increase In salary. This doesn't mean,
however, that Ness will or. l.He
Coast. The White Sox have the right
to claim If they want the player.
Rowdy Elliott announced that he ex
pects to release a pitcher at the end of
the week. Kemneaa, Heer and Russell
are the three who are presumably
trembling In the balance.
Regatta Pates Selected.
ASTORIA. Or.. July !8. (Special.)
The Chamber of Commerce at Its ses
sion last evening adopted September
. 1 and 4 as the dates for the annual
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Rain Slints Ofr All Kxcept Six Stale
Rain put a damper on the activities
In the sla.te tennis tournament yester
iay. Six matches were played on tha
Walter A. Jos. one-time champion,
lost to William Marcus, the Callfornian,
ll-S. 4-6. 6-4.
Other result yesterday follow:
Second round, men's sniKles 11. Jones
beat W. R. I'ubols, 7-i. 5-7. 7-5; Kelly
lice beat James Shives, 8-6. 4-6. 6-2.
Third round, men's singles 1. R. Ed
gar beat II. K. Gsither, 6-:, 6-4: II. V.
L. Johns boat Mortimer Urown. 6-1.
Men's consolation D. E. Lanceflrld
beat Harry Kurtx. 6-1. -4.
Cliurtli and Malhey Itoth Win.
MlVPiml.l! J uK- ?M r.fr.rr 1
Church and Dean Malhey. the Eastern
stars, reached the sciiii-r inals today In
the Northwestern tennis tourney.
Church won In the fourth round from
R. M. Uurr. or M Irneapolis. 6-2. 6-1.
He will meet John Adams In the semi
finals tomorrow morning. Malhey
eliminated Sviford Stellwagen. of
Minneapolis, in stralirht seta. 6-3, 6-2.
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