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' tiie monyrfG bREGoxiAy. aioxPAY, AtTGtrsT 9, i9i5. - ' . '
purnT iinnr n
Beavers Score 4 in Ninth of
Afternoon Game, Winning
, Their First in Series.
WILD PITCH LOSES FIRST
HJffff Is Batted From Mound In
3Iorning and Evans. Who Ke
IIere Him, Tome Ball
Away, Lo4n Contest
ractne Cssm Ihim Maadlas.
In AaplM T3J4 .U4Parllia4... s 4 .-I.J
Francisco TO S. Ml Oakland M J
-Varaoa.... 62 .- Sail La.. i4 I
At Lea Al Port land 2-S. I-oa ABt-
At Fit Francisco Vernon a
1 J a -
ai Salt Lake Baa Francisco 12. '
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Aug. I (Fp-
rUL Enabled by Urn FUhera four
baser and th mysterious removal of
Huihit from tha ama In the ninm
Innlna- thla afternoon, tha Beavers
wnmwtmmmA in rhti In four men. take
tha lead, and acluallr win ona out of
tha seven games they played M ma
Ana-ela. Tha score was I to I
Ther lost the morning game 1 to S.
principally because they were unable
to hit Lovsj.
HlgKtnbotham. who baa irenerally
won about all his Karnes down here,
was forced out In the eighth, after he
had filled the bases twice on walks or
Infield sin!. He forced In the 'tie
Ins; run and when Evans came In Rube
made a wild pitch and let Ryan In
with tha wtnnlnr tally.
This afternoon Kahler. Krauao and
Erans minaxd to pull tha a-ame out
of the coals, thoush tha first two
were chased out In the fifth and sixth
respectlrely and It looked right up to
the ninth a If tha Ansel were going
to make a clean sweep of tha series.
In their half of the fifth tha Ansel
hammered Kahler and Krausa for five
hits and four runs, taklns- tha lead.
I to 1 Tha Beavers made It 5 to 4 In
tha eighth and then In tha ninth won
Just as the Anrela did yesterday after
everybody thought they had lost.
F?afcra Hit la Tlaaety.
r.rtl.l. atarted It with a walk,
Lober doubled, scoring Carlisle. Ryan
let Leber to third with a wild pitch
and when Butler mussed up Bates
rrounder Lobar came In and Bates
made second. Then Out Fisher put
tha ball way up on top of tha right
field bleachers and brought Bates In
ahoxi f him. Fisher not a nomer,
two slna-tes and two walk In five
trips to tha plate.
Just why rlUon took Hushes out In
the ninth for Ryan Is not known.
Hurhea was srolns; a-ood and did not
m to b In any trouble. Ryan,
however, was not warmed op and the
Beavers srot to him before he could set
his stride. Score:
-..ti. t ail e o Marert.m 4 1 1
.. - a l 1 IdRumirtr J 3311
rpeaer.: 4 1 3 oawoiter.r.. 2 2 S 0 0
t i a 1 0 Kerner.l. 1 0 3 0
;7L-. a 1 I 1 I F.III..I 3 1 2 00
: '. .r..-h c. 3 T I 1 V.tixer.S. I I 1
M,u.rtm s t 4 Bae'r.e 3 4 1 20
IWrrlrk I. 3 13 H Jtlrr.s. . 3 0 3 4 0
m.-.m n see sn iMtn . 400
ranrp.. OORjan"... 0 0O O
k-ai-iw.. 1 a OOProokete. O 1 oo
Trr.. . . O 0 0 0 0
vt i a -a a
Fattrd f r Rrans In tttntb.
Haitrd for )itnf In eishth.
tRattrd for Builer in elshih.
Portland 0 O O 1 I 0 a S
Hits 102031 1 1
le Anrrl t 0 0 3 x 3
Hlta 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 x 4
Ron. HllWard. Massert. Ellis.
Ryiio. Two-ba hits, Batea 2. Hlllard.
tor haaee. Macfert. nolter, Palr. Kac
' rlfica M. rt. Irrlrk 2 Mruck out.
k trirrinhotham 4: Lora T. Baaa on batla.
off llxrlntotham . I.or i, tna 1. Runs
responsible for. Hlreinbotbam 3 lve l.
Fe bite, x run. ?i at bat. off lliscln.
ttfithara in T 3-2 Innlnsa. t'harxe drfrai to
IflsamlVitham. Doub: plan. Boiler to
Mr t Koomor to Botler, Bntlrr to Bue.
miller. Wild pitch. Evan. Imprea. Held
asd Brasbear. Time,
rortiand I Los Angles
B K OAK BHOAE
Otrltalel. 43 0 o Vatr-rt.m 3 3 3 00
a!n'eod.3 4 I 3 3Huelllor.3 2 3 SS
l..t . 3 3S lOWoll.rr.. 3 1 3 as
B.I..3... & 1 T 3 I Kiwncr.l. 4 113
.tamal.l. 3 t 1 a 1 Kills I 4 3 I e
Ftstior.c 3 3 a 2eMtisr.3 S 1 1 30
Mlilsrd.m 3 3 0 Brooka.e. . 4 1110
TMmrk.l. 3 2 1 HailatJi... 3 1
Kahler.p. Sit llushea.p. 301
Kraojro.S- 1 a a Ren.p... a 1
tj..h' ... 1 a a OOTerrj'... 1 00
Total.. 37 1237 l:' -- -
T .. 33 13 27 10 1
epatted for Kaaae tn riehtb.
.rHatred for Kiaa In sloth.
Vortlaad Saa34 S
Hit 3 a a 1 I 3 3 2 lit
Loa Asset's 1 04a
lilt. , 3 0 1161 311
Ran. Carrt.le. Itajnmoad. Leber. Batrs.
sttwmpf X- riaber Boomlt'.r. Wa'ljt X.
Kaara.r. EVIn Hotn run. r'.her Tnrra
hits. Wol"T. a'nnf, Two-baae hlta
Mnmpf. Bowilller. Lober. facrtflce hlta.
Vt'olt.r M.taser Hammond. Bears oi balL.
of Ka'hl-r 2. Hain . Kraaiio 1. F'aa 1.
nana r.pon.lb!o f-r. Kahlrr . HujKh. 3.
RTan 4. Nine hmfta. 3 nan. T3 at bat off
Kiklar In 3 l-t Innlnsa: no bum as ran, ft
at bat of Kraoe. In I 3-3 Inning.. In bit
S rvna. 33 at bat off Hush' In Innlnr
ruaraa d.f.at to Bran Credit rlctorr to
Fan. Ooab'e p'ara. Potl.r t Bo.mlllo
to K-ni.r; PH.ar t Kooraer: Stempf te
Hammond to P-rrtck Slol.t. bajj-m "l"hr'
Ms"t. yti wild pitcn. Pita. Time. 2.-OL
-1 mrrav Brasbear aad H.ld.
nr.nts wix two axd skries
Oak Loeet Both Clorw? Conteata, Soc
raimbinK to Heavy liattlnt;.
FAX FRANCISCO. Au. 1- Vernon
won both lamia today from Oakland
the momma contest ( to t. and the
afternoon 4 to 2- Thla (are Vernon
th sarlra. flv games to two. The
feature of th afternoon game was
tha heavy hltttnv by th Tljers. Prouaxb
was driven ont of th bos ln th sec
ond vama. Tha scores:
Versoa I Oakland
BHOAE B It OAK
('fl . 4 1 a I'Vimil .
4 12 2 4
4 3 OS
I S I O SIlddlr'B.L
.raa.m 4 1 2 o jihiua.a
3 1 3 30
Wllhott.r. 3 3 a O.Mr... I..
11 II tt
4 1 3 0
3 1 2 30
4 3 13 2
Fartrll.3.. 31 SOOardnrr.r.
r.lrk'aa. I 3 3 1 OOLIli-chtS..
IJ.rsr.a.. 3 3 4 1 1 Kubn.e...
v nm.r .... ft 3 ft leourt.B...
riiKk.p.. 3 1 2 n Kla'lttrr.p 3 40
Bi.t-ra'.. 1 Buras.p... 0 0 (
.vitcn'l. 3 1 3 0,
Totals. 43 14 313 11 Total.. 33 ( 30 13 2
Batted tor chwh la arvrnth.
Batted for Bajleaa la ninth.
Vernon 2 1 3 1 0
Hlta 0 1 0 0 1 3 3 2 3 314
Oakland 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Hits 2 1 1 0 ( 1 0 It
Bnaa. Radr. Poena, tlletrhmann, fltse.
Prrgrr. Chech. Marrao 3. Jobn.ton. Gard
ner, tlu.at. roar rana. 7 hit off Chrch. 33
at bat In 0 toning.; 3 runa. 11 hlta off Kla
witter 33 at bat la 3 1-3 Innlnsa. lak.a out
In ninth. 3 on. 1 out. Credit victory to
VltchrlU Chare nVlral to Bam. Home
ran Marcan. Three-haae hit. Jobn.ton. Too
bae hit. Bay:. l.ltschl. MUso. Sacrifice
bit, llld:et"n. purtell. Klaaltt.r. Baste on
ball, off t hrch 2. off K'.awltter 1. off
sfitchell I Sttrock oat. by Chech 1. by Kla.
witter 1 br -alltcheU 3. Sacrifice r. Pur.
tsIL Stnl.a baaas. Not, Kuha. Left on
Hj it. Varaea a Oss snd Anas re-
sponsible for. Chech S. Klawltter S. lfltrhell
. Bams 1. Time, 1:60. Umpires, Finns
V.rnAn I Oakland
Radar... S 1 i.slarean.2. 4 2 I 80
Doaul sol OOTohlnl a 1 0 00
Parlaa.m 13 0 0 Johnsi'n.m 0 0 0e
Wllhnlt p. all OON'aULl 1 0 1 11
Purtell.t. 4 0 4 i II Girdntr.r. 4 112"
Glelch'n.l 4 1 13 lULHKhl.1.. 4 3 1 4V
Mrrser.a.. 4 3 2 lOKunn.e... 3 2 S 10
Ppencor.o 4 3 2 IOOutit.1... 4 0 3 3 0
HUUP.... 4 11 evProuah.p. 1 0 0 IV
Ken.ueaa.p 9 0 110
lEiiiott.c. l o 1 00
inlddlen. 1 0 0 00
Totals. S6 11IT all Totals.. 3S 27 20 1
'sauta zor ittmncu aiu.n.
Vara. 0 2010100 0 4
Hit 1 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 11
Oakland 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3
Hlta 3 1 0 20 1 1 1 t
Runs, Olelchmann. Barter 2. Spencer.
Mai-can. Nm Toe runs. hlta off trough,
lu at bat In two Innings. Home runs. Berer.
Spencer. Three-base bit. Glelcbman. Two-
"-- '-..'--"TV4 - .-":.
Cwa Ftaher. 'vthaaa Paychelesl
eal Hobs Raw Brake Pwrt
laada jLmIbk tree at Mlta
bo, hit. Tobln. Saerlflce hit. PnrtelL Bae
en ball, off liltt 1. oft Remneaa 4. Struck
out. b Hut 3. Remnea 3. Hit by pitcner.
Bay:., by Bmn.. Double plays. Kad.r
to Purtell to Glelrhmann: Uardner to .
Buna rponlblo for. Brouslt 2. Kmna 2.
Left oa bear. Vernoa s. Oakland 3. Chars,
drf.at to Prouch. Time. l:4u. Umplrea, t' In
ner and Guthrie
REE riTCIIEHS E.SY FOR SEALS
Four Home Rons Fr-ature Contest In
Which ring; Dodte Is Star.
SALT LAKE Aug;. I. San Fran
cisco hit Flttery. Cipe and Reuther to
day for a total of 15 hits and won
easily from Salt Lake. IS to S. Bodle
was the clouting; star for th visitors,
setting; four hits out f as many times
at bat. ona being; a home run.
Downs. Reuther and Ryan also bit
for tha circuit. Inflelder Halllnan will
be left at home and Inflelder Menges,
formerly of Oakland, was signed for
third base today. Score:
Ria Vr.nd.co Salt Lak
B H O A El BHOAE
Fltss'M.r 6 3 3 0 u Qulnlsn.ni .1 o 5 o 1
Sch.ll.r l. 3 0 1 0 '- Shlnn.r.... I V 0 0
Schmldt.c. 4 1 6 0 o Hrtef.a. . .. 3 3 1 30
Dowu.:... I 3 2 SIM.ni'i.1.. 1 0 1 Oo
Bodle.m.. 4 4 4 OORyan.1.... 4 1 3 00
Corhan.a. 4 11 3 o ;edeon.2. . 3 O 11
Mr loan. 1. 3 2 T I 0 rr. 4 0 3 1 0
Jono3... 3 2 3 2 0 Tennant.1. 3 0 13 Ov
Fanntnc.p 3 11 1 0 l.ynn.c. . . . 3 3 3 32
IFIttery.p.. 0 0 V 1 v
ioioe.n 1 O 0 3 1
Reutber.p. 2 113 0
Totsls. S13 27 113i Total.. 30 7 27 12 3
San Pranrlaes I 3 2 2 0 O 2 O 2 1 -
Hlta I I s I a a v 4
Salt Lak. 0 00301 2 o ft
Hits 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 2 0 a
Ran, ntujerald. Poena 3. Bodle 4. Cor-
han. M.loaa 2, Jonea, Fannlns. Brief 3.
Ryan. Una. Two-ba hit. Kllijtrrald. Cor-
han. jHrloan IT), bchmldt. Powna. Ryan.
Brief. Home run. Down. Bodle. Ryan.
Rruthrr. tacrine hlta Flisserald. Rcb.llrr.
IVhmldu Bodle. Fannlns. Sacrifice file.
Nchaliar. Ordeon. B on ball, off Fan
nlns 1. ofr K.utner 2. Itruc out. oy ran
nln 4. Brother 3. Tbroe runa. 4 hits. 3 St
bat off Flttery In 1 Innlns. taken out In
arcoad. man on second and none out: three
runa. 3 hlta. 3 at bat err oipe in - innins.
takra out la fourth, man on accord and
third, none out: runs. hit. 23 st hst off
Reuther tn 0 tnnln. Buns rponaioie tor.
r,nnln, s. Flttcrr 4. C.I DO 3. R.uther 4.
Char, defeat to Fitter. Left on base.
Fas Franalaco 7. Bait Lake 1 Flrat baa on
rrora Pan Franclaco 2. Bait lata 2 DoubU
plaa. rtowno to Corhan to Jone.; Corhan to
Nana to Meloan. Hit by pucner. rannma
by Rent her.
Time. : OX L'mplree. Toman
SPOKAVK AXD TIGEUIS DIVIDE
Indians Win First Game by Small
Nrorv and lyoee Next in Hltfest.
SPOKANE. Wash- Aug. . Spokane
divided a double-header with Tacoma
today, winning th first game. 3 to 1.
and losing the second. to S. Noyes
wsa hit bard In only on Inning of
th first game. In tne second Spo
kane's rally In the ninth drove Kauf
man to the bench, but stopped one
run short of a tie. scores:
R. H. E l R. H. E.
Tscoma.... 1 T llSpokane... 14 0
Batteries McOinnlty. Kaufman and
Stevens: Noyes and Brenegan.
R, 11. F. I R. H. E.
Taroma.... t 13pokane... I 11 I
Batteries Kaufman. Meikla and
Stevens: Lelfer and Brenegan.
Seattle 4, Vancouver S.
SEATTLE. Wash- Aug. S Sesttle
defeated Vancouver. 4 to 3. here today
In 10 Innlnsa. Tying the score In the
eighth, when Berth's three-sacker, with
one man on. and Cad man a single.
netted two runs, tha locals got the
winning tally when Shaw reached
home on his own single, aided by an
other aingle and a sacrifice. Score:
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Seattle.... 4 11 Z.Vancouver. S 7 1
Batteries Kastley and Cadman;
Hughes and Clark.
XKAVARK BEATS KANSAS CITY
Big; Crowd Vlsitsj Federal League
Park at Reduced Prices.
NEWARK. N. J, Aug. 8. A triple
by Esmond following Campbell's sin
gle and an Infield out gave th New
ark Federals enough runs to win an
other pitchers' battle tn th first In
ning today from Kansas City. A large
crowd took advantage of the reduced
price. Rain prevented th second
game. Th score:
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Kan. City. .1. SINewark. ., 8(1
Batteries Hennlng. CuUop and
Easterly; Vosely aad Rarlden.
m i rS i - -it
ss V W a es
w w r jr
ANGELS HAVE BIG
EDGE 0(1 BEAVERS
Seraphs With 10 Victories in
Last 12 Games With Port
land Dim Hopes. '
TABER FAILS DISMALLY
Athlete Who Told of Intent to Cp-
get Three World's Reoords Does
Xot Win One First Boxing
in Chicago Looking Tp.
BT ROSCOE FAWCETT.
Although tfs no time to quit inci
dentally we don't believe Walter Mc-
Credle said the things credited to him
In Loa Angeles In quite the spirit In
which they were reproduced, Portland
will have to begin winning a game oc-
eaalonallv from Lol AnSTeleS If th
Reaver, hc.no for a first division finish
Recently when the Angels visited
Portland they romped south with fou
out of the five games in the aeries,
and this last week the Dillonltes won
six out of seven aames.
This Is a total of 10 wins in tbo last
13 aames with Portland.
Outside the Angels and Oaks th
Mackmen have done well. In the sea
son thus far Loa Angeles hss won
from Portland and lost 8: Oakland has
won IT and lost 11: San Francisco has
won IX and lost 12. Portland has th
edge on th Vernons. 10 to S, and
nrtda mars-tn on Salt Lake. 17 to I.
Vernon will be here this week, be
ginning tomorrow. Salt Lake follows,
and then the Angela will be here. And
during that week If the Beavers don
take a reef in the Angelic wings tn
sood shin "Success" may carry some
thlnar more across the Astoria bar on
her outward trip than a carload of
rusty Iron and an unripe odor amid'
When the New Tork athletes were
quartered In Portland a week ago put
ting on the finishing licks In the!
trainlnc for tha exposition games. Nor
man Taber Informed the waiting world
that he Intended breaking world's rec
ords not alone in his own event, the
mile run. but also in the S80 and 440
How many did ha win? do on and
The Oxionian finished second to Ray.
of the Illinois Athletio Association, in
the mile, and as Taber's name doesn't
appear anywhere else in the summary
we are of th opinion that the Boston-
Ian will hereafter do his counting when
the stork has visited the hencoop not
. e e e
It's an ill wind that doesn't blow
something off the neighbor's line into
your back yard. The Eastland disaster
terrible as it was blew something
In the direction of the Chicago boxing
public. Several benefits were staged
In and around the city under official
sanction for the benefit of the sufferers,
and now several clubs have been
organised. At the close of the recent
Illinois Legislature th aolons used
German gas on a boxing bill that was
Intended to open th game In Chicago.
Thirty-two thousand Ave hundred dol
lars Is a mint of kale these democratic
swimming days, but back East the ex
perts say It s the truth that this purse
has been hung up for the Glbbons-Mc-Farland
boxing bout at Brighton Beach.
The match was made In Chicago.
-What'll you fight for?" asked Wal
ter St. Denis, manager of the Brighton
club, to Gibbons.
-Oh. 115.000 for my end." said Gib
"What do you want, Packey?" in
quired St. Denis.
"Oh, 115.000, too," said Packey. Then
he turned to his manager.
"How about you, Ernll?"
"Oh, I think my services ought to be
"All right, then. $17,500 for us or we
don't fight," announced McFarland.
Manager St. Denis coughed slightly,
swallowed with difficulty, and when he
had regained speech he said: "Why
don't you two men take an automobile
ride? Perhaps when you have had time
to think you may lose your avaricious
All left the cafe and Gibbons hustled
up to his room. When they met again
20 minutes later St. Denla asked how
-Well. I looked up that word and 1
still stick for $15,000." replied Gibbons.
SEATTLE TE.VXIS RKGIXS TODAY
Star of Oregon, Washington and
California Enter State Tourney.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Aug. 8. The
twenty-fifth annual state tennis tour
nament will begin her tomorrow and
continue throughout the week. Among
th women players entered, are Miss
Sarah IJvlngston. of Seattle, champion
of the Northwest: Miss May me McDon
aid .and Mrs. A. A. Bragdon. of Seattle.
winner of the Northwestern doubles
at Tacoma last week. Miss Stella Ford
ing, of Portland. ex-Oregon champion,
and Mrs. W. F. Northup. of Portland.
Among th men ar Van Dyke Johns.
of San Francisco, who won the tour
nament last year, and Joe Tyler, of
Spokane. holder of the Northwest
It is planned to get all the matches
down to the semi-finals played by
Thursday night, so that Friday can be
devoted entirely to th semi-finals
and Saturday to the finals.
TROEII TO ENTER B;G SHOOT
Vancouver Scatter Gun Expert to
Ijeave Today for Chicago.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Aug. . (Spe
cial.) Frank Troeh, of this city, who
has won many medals, cups and other
tokens of expert marksmanuhlp on the
Pactlfc Coast this year, will leave to
morrow morning for Chicago, where
he will enter the Grand American
Handicap Shoot, to be held August 1
to 10. Trapshooters from all parts of
the world will be contestants.
In one event Mr. Troeh will be shoot
ing for the championship of the
United States, and he will represent
As Mr. Troeh has such a high rec
ord. it ia possible he will have to
shoot from about 81 or 28 yards,
whereas soma will shoot from the 15
ANGLERS ARRESTED OX CARS
Flsliermen Charged With Slaving
Trout Less Than 6 Inches Long.
C. D. Lombard and W. F. McVey were
arrested on a Bull Run electric car
last night by Deputy Game Warden
Clark and Special Deputy Smith for
having trout under six Inches long- In
their possession. The men will get a
hearing today in the District tjourt.
This is the flrat time the ' wardens
have made an arrest on the cars for
some time, but the cars returning from
fishing districts will be watched for
violators of this law in the future, ac
cording to State Game Warden Shoe
maker. The two deputies also arrested W. A.
Travera, Roland Taft, Charles Howe
and Otto Johnson Saturday night for
fishing after dark. The arrests were
made in Park Rose, about 10 miles east
of the city. '
Twin Falls Defeats Caldwell. .
CALDWELL, Idaho. Aug. 8. (Spe
cial.) Twin Falls won the first of
a series of three games for the base
ball championship of 'Idaho here today
defeating Caldwell, 5 to 4. With the
game tied in the sixth caapman, oi
Twin Falls, won the game with a home
run. scoring two ahead of him. More
than 1000 persons saw the contest.
which was replete with spectacular
plays. The concluding games will be
played Monday and Tuesday. Score:
xt. xl. jcj. I JK-Jti. tu.
Caldwell.. 4 S l(Twin Falls. 5 10 0
Deputy Game Warden Is Parent.
Another game warden has been added
to the forces of State Game Warden
Shoemaker. The latest addition will
not molest the unlawful ushers and
hunters for some time, however, as he
is Just one day old and weighs but
seven pounds. The stork called on
Deputy Warden E. H. Clark at 9 o'clock
vesterday morning. Mother and son
are doing well.
GOBS LOSE TWO GAMES
DODGERS WIS DOUBLE-HEADER
AXD TAKE SECOXD PLACE.
Haak O'Day Dona tTaaplre'a Spaaglea
After Year's Absence Brave Loae to
Cardinals and Reds to Phillies.
CHICAGO, Aug. 8. Henry O'Day re
turned to the umpiring staff of the
National League today, after a year's
absence, and officiated at the double-
header between Brooklyn and Chicago,
both games of which went to the vial
tors, 10 to 7, and 6 to 4, the latter
game going 11 innings.
Brooklyn batted the local pitchers
hard in the initial contest, and this.
coupled with errors by the fielders,
gave the visitors an easy victory.
In tha second game, Daubert scored
the winning run, having also secured
two of the other runs. Scores:
Brooklyn ..10 12 HChicago 7 12 5
Batteries: Douglas, Smith and Mil
ler: Vaughn. Zabel and Archer, Har-
Brooklyn ....5 7 llChicago 4 11 2
Batteries: Rucker. - Dell and Miller;
Humphries, Lavender and Archer.
St. Louis 7, Boston 2.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 8. The St. Louis
Nationals overwhelmed three Boston
pitchers in the opening game of their
series hero today and won. 7 to 2, the
world champions losing their fourth
successive game. A ninth-inning- rally
saved Stallings team from a shutout.
R.H.E. . R.H.E.
Boston 2 8 4St Louis ...7 10 1
Batteries: Ragon. Hughes, Davis and
Gowdy; Ames and Snyder.
Philadelphia 14, Cincinnati 6.
CINCINNATI. O.. Aug. 8. In a slug
ging contest today th Philadelphia
Nationals won the first game of the
series from Cincinnati. 14 to 6. Cravath,
with four doubles, brought in eight
runs and scored three times himself.
Mollwltx made a triple and three
singles out of four times up. Score:
R. H.E.I R.H.E.
Phil 14 14 2Cinclnnati ..6 15 1
Batteries: Alexander, Chalmers and
Killifer. Adams: Dale. ' McCloskey
Toney, Benton. Lear and Wingo.
HOWARD DREW WILL RETIRE
Great .Negro Sprinter Says This Is
His Last Year on Cinder Path.
SPRINGFIELD. Mass.. Aug. 8. How
ard P. Drew, of this city, the negro
track athlete, announced his Intention
of retiring from racing. In a signed
statement published here today.
Telegraphing from the Panama-Pa
cific Exposition field, where yesterday
he was beaten in the 100-yard dash
event of the senior Amateur Athletic
Union track and field meet. Drew said:
'I was bothered with my legs a great
deal today in the race, so that I pulled
up lame at the finish. I have been in
poor physical condition, for I now
weigh only 150 pounds, and that is
much below my normal. I want to say
right her that I am through with
open competition after this year."
Marshfield Hatchery Team Wins.
MARSHFl ELD. Or.. Aug. 8. (Spe
cial.) The two leaders in the Coos Bay
Baseball League. East Side and Hatch
ery, met today in North Bend and the
Hatchery won, 5 to 0. Johnson, who
pitched for the Hatchery, allowed five
hits, and Collier, of East Side, was
touched up for eight, five in a row in
the last inning, three two-baggers and
a triple. The game was the best seen
here this year. There was a good at
tendance and the game was interesting
from the start.
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
W. U P.C.1
W U P.C.
SO 49 .505
50 60 .SOU
4f A3 .40
42 67 .44
Phlladrl-pa A3 44 .546 Plttiburg..
Brooklyn. . 32 4$ .520 Boston . . . .
v 4T ..MA St. Louis..
40 47 .510,Clnclnnatl.
61 34 .42:.N"ew York
61 3S .616!.nula
60 40 .6i Cleveland . .
Boston. . . .
Dr troll.. ..
37 S9 .3S3
Washington 53 47 .630,Pblladrlp'l 33 66 .353
Kansas City 67 42 .37;st. Uouls. .
SJ 47 .630
Chicago. . . 56 44 .3611 Buffalo.
Pittsburg. . . 54 44 .5511 Brooklyn. .
Keatark.... 54 44 .331 Baltimore. .
4t .19 .433
4ft 66 .4.'.!
33 63 .350
St. Paul.. . 63 43 .53;ixulsvtlle. .
54 30 .61 B
47 36 .4.-
ndlanaoolls 66 47 .&44 Milwaukee.
Minneapolis 58 49 .342,Cleveland. .
Kansaa City 63 49 .32V .Columbus. .
43 37 .4S9
40 63 .3S1
5? 5? .500
40 54 .476
43 54 .426
39 63 .301
59 M .322
M 08 .473
Des Molne S3 38 .631!Topeka
Denver.... 62 40 .Hu8 Omaha
Sioux City. 56 52 .51 Wichita. . .
Lincoln.... 5150.505.Sl. Joseph.
Spokane... 67 44 .60 Seattle
Tacoma.... 62 53 .439, Vancouver.,
American Association St. Paul 14-1. In
dianapolis 3-5; Louisville 9-3. Milwaukee 1-1:
Minneapolis 8, Cleveland z. No other games
Western League Wichita 4. St. Joseph 2;
Des Molnea 1-2, Lincoln 2-1; Omaha 0-3.
Denver 3-2; Elouz City 6-6. Topeka 4-1.
Where the Teams riar This Week.
Pacific Coast League No games sched-
led today, teams traveling). Vernon at
Portland, Salt Lake at 8an Francisco, Oak
land at Los Angeles.
How the Series Ended.
Pacific Coast League Los Angeles 6
aames. portlsnd 1 game; Bait Lake 5 games.
San Francisco 3 games; Vernon 5 games,
Oakland 2 games.
Beaver Batting Averages. '
AB. H. Ave.' AB. H. Ave.
Hammond 4S 21 .43 Carlisle. . . 463 117.251
ates.... 3t!V l.v ..iJ-tiuemcK. . 474119. Z4U
i.her... 22 l4 Ji:i3.Lush 63 16.246
Stumpf. . 4H6 153 .312, Evans.. . 4S 11.229
Speas.... 3S4 11S.294'Kraue... 76 16.210
Carlscn.. -"J- o.xi'.i,jacArai... o 1. .ion
HUlyard. 3K M .273 Kahler. . . 33 5.151
Lober.... 84H 06.276'Hlgg 86 12.125
Davis.... 30 61 SJiCovgaUa 64 1.125
4 Days Monday to Thursday Inc.
Any This Season's Fancy
$20.00 Suits $10.00
$25.00 Suits $12.50
$30.00 Suits...... $15.00
$35.00 Suits $17.50
If We Have Your Size, This Is a Rare Opportunity
NO GOODS CARRIED OVER
C J. Mathis & Co.
147-149 Sixth Street
GAME ENDS IN FUSS
Rupert Refuses to Be Put Out
and Forfeits Contest.
EAST SIDE WINS, 3 TO 0
Squabble In City League Match Is
When Two Are Out in Ninth.
Piedmont Has No Trouble
Portland City League Standings.
W. L. PCI W. U P.C.
r,.l Rlri . 4 ' .66i;SellwOOd..
Piedmont... 4 2- .67West Side.
enm Piedmont 12. Sellwood 2. Sec
ond game. East Side 3. Monarchs 0.
President "Red" Rupert, of the "West
Side Monarchs. furnished the grand
finale to a red hot day yesterday at
The West Side leader caused a near-
riot In the first of the. ninth canto in
tha second game by arguing with Um
pire Drennen over a decision. The ar
gument ended when "Red" was ordered
off the field and refused to go, then
the near-riot ensued. Rupert retired to
the Monarch bench and the umpire or
dered him to the clubhouee. Rupert
still held forth on the bench like the
Rock of Gibraltar.
An officer, seeing something was
amiss, hopped over the grandstand rail
and made his way to the bench. The
crowd followed at his heels. It be
held the spectacle of Rupert sitting
quietly on the bench with Umpire Dren
nen standing by him. holding a watch.
After five minutes had been ticked off
and Rupert bad refused to leave the
bench, the game was forfeited to the
Reds. . ..i
The controversy started wnen um
pire Drennen called Fttcner usDorne
nnt nn a grounder to third. The ball
looked four from the grandstand, but
Thirdbaseman Brown, oi in jneas.
heaved it to first and beat the run
There is a question as to whether the
win will be chalked up as to o, in
favor of the Reds, or will go as a 3
to 0 victory. There were two down
when th play that caused the excite
Th first game was a much one-sided
affair. The Maroons had the hump
on the Dingbats all the way after the
first two Innings, une score.
First rarno: ,, ,
TUHmnnt Sri I WOOQ
B H OAE! B H OAE
eteno2... 5 4 2 2 O R. K'dy.m 4 0 2 01
Blsnhd.l 8 1 9 10llngles.s... 2 0 2 20
unran s. 5 2 4 1 1 Garner,3. . 4 0 0 40
c v"Hv m 5 1 2 0 0 Nadeau.2. . 4 0 5 4 1
Ketsel.3 . 4 1 0 2edwards.l. 111 10
Finland I . 5 3 0 OOSmlth.r... 4 V 2 uo
i a 1 0 O Hovf.nn 1. 2 O O 'OO
Moreland, p 5 0 0 801
- . a w . t i n i l
.nAIJJ Bl.U A " -
Helman.p. 2 0 0 00
Anderson.l 1 0 0 0 0
iKoss.n.... 0 0 0 00
Totals. .39 16'26 9 4
Totals.. 31 2 27 14 3
Edwards out for Interference.
Piedmont 00242011 z is
Hits ...............o u o o i a a m
Sellwood : 2 00000000 1
Hits 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 02
Runs. Stepp 3, Blanchard, Ketxel, Boland
3 Groce 2. Bartholemy, Moreland, Ingles,
Kadeau. Struck out by Maxmeyer 3, Hl
man 1. Moreland 7. Bases on balls, off Max
meyer 3, Moreland 2, Hose 1. Helman 2. Dou
ble plav. Nadeau to Edwards. Sacrifice hit.
Bartholemy. Sacrifice fly, Blanchard. stolen
bases. Ingles 2, Nadeau. Edwards. Blanchard,
Stepp 3. Netxe Boland. Passed ball, Bar
tholemy.. Innings pitched by Maxmeyer 4.
Helman 4. Charge defeat to Maxmeyer.
Runs responsible for Maxmeyer 6, Helman 3,
Bom 2, Bas hits off jVtaxmeyer 6, runa 6.
25 Odd Overcoats
All weights, regular
$20.00 to $30.00
Time of game, 2 hours. Umpires Rankin
-v Second game; '
Weat Side I East Side
Ltnd.l 3 10 1 OjPrltchard.s 4 13 10
Watts.s... 4 11 4 0Bron,3. . 3 10 30
Osbofe.p.r 4 1 1 1 OlHlnkle.l. .. 4 1 0 00
Murray.m. 3 0 0 0 0;McKeen.l. 4 0 11 0 0
Lodell.l.. 3 010 0 0Luckey,r.. 3 1 2 01)
Ripple.3.. 3 0 1 2 0,Hughes.m. 2 0 0 00
Neilson.2. 3 0 1 2 0;Haye.c 3 1 8 20
Irvlne.c... 10 8 1 0,Samuels,2.. 3 0 0 50
Mumhv.D. 2 0 0 4 OiDonald'n.p 2 12 2 0
Bleeg.r... 1 0 0 001
Colvln.c... 1 0 2 OOj
Totals. 28 3 24 15 11 Totals.. 28 6 26 13
Two out when West Side quit field.
Wet Side 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hits 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 03
East Side 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3
Hits ...10100121 - u
Runs. Prltchard 2. Brown. Struck out, by
Donaldso-i 7. Murphy 4. Osborne 1. Bases on
balls, off Donaldson 3, iiurpny o. uhooioj i
Two-base hits. Brown. Luckey, Hayes. Sac
rifice hit. Murray. Stolen bases. Luckey,
uavH f.lnri Rrown. Prltchard. Watts.
Passed balls. Hughes, Irvine. Wild
pitches. Murphy. Donaldson. Innings pitched
V, v M,tmhv ft rharee defeat to Murphy.
Runs repsonsible for. Murphy 3. Base hits
off Murphy, o, runs a. umpires, iicuuc,.
EVETC5 TO RETIRE THIS WEEK
Braves' leader, Tired of Criticism,
. to Quit Game, Friends Say.
CHICAGO. Aug. 8 Johnny Evers,
field marshal of the world's champion
Braves, will leave the Boston team and
baseball for good at the end of the
series to be played In St. Louis, some
of his friends who say they speak with
authority announced tonight.
According to those friends of Evers,
the player is "tired of being the butt
of a lot of unwarranted criticism" and
will go to Colorado or California to
recuperate. Evers nas not been in first
class physical condition lately.
Told on the Links
The "around 90" tournament at the
Waverley Country Club. is now down to
the finals as the result of Saturday's
Dlav. Rav Small and M. Whitenouse
will meet for the title either, today or
In the semi-finals Mr. Small defeated
S. Tevis. three up and two to play. Mr.
Small's handicap was two up. while
Mr. Tevis had a handicap of four up.
Mr. Whitehouse won his place in the
finals bv defeating; Tom Robertson in
the semi-finals, three up and one to
play. Mr. Whitehouse had a handicap
of four, and Mr. Robertson two.
In the third round Walter Cook, with
a handicap of one up, lost to S. Tevis,
three up and two to play.
AUTO LOCK TO BE MADE
Company Is Formed at Vancouver to
Manufacture New Device.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Aug. 8. (Spe
cial.) The Ford Lock Company, with
headquarters in Vancouver, and capi
talized for $25,000, has been incorpo
rated by Ben P. Youmans, the Inventor
of an automobile lock. J. M. Hoff,
County Game Warden, and George B.
Simpson, City Attorney and member of
the County Game Commission. These
three are the trustees of the company.
The Invention is a lock that will
prevent an automobile from being op
erated by its own power, though it
will permit the car to be moved by
pushing; tn case It is desired to move
from the street
75 Acre9 of Grain Burn.
DAYTON. Wash.. Aug. 8. (Special.)
Seventy-live acres of grain belonging
to.N. James and Edgar imager were
burned over Friday afternoon by a fire
originating from a spark from the
threshing- engine. Word was hastily
sent to Dayton and to nearby farms,
and more than a dozen cars rushed to
the scene. , By heroic work the Are was
stopped- before further damage was
done, though a slight breeze was blow
ing, which, made the task difficult.
RAGE TO BE PROTESTED
riUZE AWARDING BY JUDGES AT
DES MOINES TO BE PROBED.
Injured Autoiats' Condition Shows But
Sllsht Change Change of Award
to Mulford Causes Inquiry.
DES MOINES, Ia..Aug. 8. An investi
gation into the awarding of prizes in
Des Moines' tragic 300-mile speedway
contest yesterday, in which two men
were killed, and two injured, seemed
probable tonight when it was an
announced that a protest would be filed
with the Automobile Association of
After an all-night session Saturday
night the decision of the Judges fol
lowing the race in the afternoon, was
reversed and Instead of Ralph dePalma
being declared winner Ralph Mulford
was given first place. MuUord's time
was announced as 3.27:0V.25.
Mulford was awarded the first prize
of $5000 and $100 by the judges for
leading at 100 miles; De Pal ma second
prize of $2000 and $100 for leading at
200 miles. Eddie O'Donnell in third
place, gets $1000. The other prize win
ners were W. W. Brown, fourth place,
with Barndollar, fifth; Pete Henderson
sixth, and W. J. Shrunk seventh place.
There was little change in the con
ditions of Driver Billy Chandler, who
was injured in the second of the acci
dents yesterday, in which his mechan-
cian, Morris Keeling, was killed, or
of Louis Pieo, who was In the car in
which Joe Cooper, . the driver, was
DETROIT LETS JOXES WAIT
Tigers Have Enough Left-Hand Hit
ters and Let Seals Keep Player.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 7. The fact
that Bobbie Jones, San Francisco's
third baseman, recently reported as
sold to the Detroit Americans, is a
left-handed batter has proved a stum
bling block in the way of his imme
diate advancement. Word to this
effect reached San Francisco tonight
in the form of a letter from Hughie
Jennings, manager of the Detroit
Americans, who said that at present
he did not desire any more left-handed
hitters in his lineup. ,
It also was announced here tonight
hat "Daddy" Rohrer, the veteran
backstop released last week by Salt
Lake, had been signed by the Oakland
team as relief catcher.
Roseburg Blanks Canyonville.
ROSE BURG, Or., Aug. 8. (Special.)
In the fastest game of baseball
played here this eeason, the Roseburg
Regulars today defeated the Canyon
ville nine by a score of 1 to 0 in 10
innings. The Canyonville team was
strengthened by Ray Baker, pitcher
for the Cottage Grove team.