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THE SUNDAY OKFGONIAX. PORTLAND. APRIL 2fi. . 190S.
OUT A HANDOUT
the eighth, whin DvtterV who had pre
vtnusly held New Tork v one hit. became
wild and was hit hard. ataM patting the I
IN COAST MEET
rtrtttora ahead with home run which
cleared the bases. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. B.
Phfladelp'a. ( 4 New Tork 7 1
Batteries Orlh. Newton. Manning and
KJelno.w OygeH, Viaaers, Carter and
Smith. ' '
Washington ; Boston 1.
WASHINGTON. April S5. Pelehanty's
triple In the first inning and Freeman's
home run 4n the eighth clinched -the vic
Make Oakland a Present of the
Game in the Ninth by a
J Spore of 6 to 5.
Club Carries Off Seven Events
in Boxing and Wrestling
tory for Washington over Boston. Score: j
R. H. 1G.( ' . R-11. K. (
Washington S 4 1 Boston I S
Batteries Keeley and Wsrner; Morgan
COONEY IS GENEROUS ONE
Make Wild Throw It nm, Allow,
injr Two to blip In Bloomfleld
Trifle Wild Beavers Hit, biU
Generosity Prove Ruinous.
I TJLCmC COAST XJCAOrC.
Caklsnl S PnrtUnd .
Ijoo Aji.j1 7, aaa Francisco 1.
;. (.rajadln; of the Club.
ik ! X
3S: 3 X
! ? T : 3
I.,...1! 'l 41 41 a "1 '11 t
oi s ix;
4 3 i ,
3; at 1! m '.31 4
.'." I Ti 8, 9 13,3 I
SAN. FBANOSCO. April . (Special.)
Tim Beavers slipped another cob in tlto
tMntli tills afternoon and tossed the game
awajr after they had It under their belts
by a score of 6 to 4. With two down and
ail the sack full. "Truck" Egan shot
a ylanclhg: bounder down to Cooney. The
little shorutop fielded the ball nicely,
but peeked it wide to first, allowing Slat
tery and Cook to tear In and break up the
gam with a S to 6 score.
Youne Bloomfleld pitched his first game
on the local diamond and did very nicely,
barring his wlldness. The Beavers hit
Wright hard enough to win a whole series,
but they kept falling down and presenting
runs to the Oaks at the critical stages
all the time.
Portland, .Sad. he game well In hand
wheu they pulled of! one grand rally in
the eighth. Danilg-and Johnson opened
up with hits and advanced on an error.
Danzig" was nailed at the plate on
Cooney' grounder to Hogan. but Mad
den responded with his fourth drive of
the day and registered both Johnson and
Cooney. The score: . .
t A B. !
Cafy, 3b ;
iiytn, ,rf ..
l'.mlrf, 11) .
)iapey. If . .
Johncnn. 3b ,
I'ooney, a ..
Maddrrt. c . ...
. . .4
, H. P.O. A. K.
0 T 4 0
13 0 0
1 1 0 "
1 8 2 0
u 1 . 0 . 1
2 2 S 0
4 4 U O
0 0 1 0
11 Z 14 2
. H. P.O. A. 5.
.1.1 : O
0 1 .rt
. u l 1 0
1 O S 0
10 3 0
i s is ' 0
t 2 o
1 o o o
8 ."it IT 0
t o.ik. ir .3 1
Van Iranian, rf.' 3 o
ll-ltmullei-.Titf 3 o
IJftVitn. s . . . .- 3 0
lluran. lh ..3 3
.Mtnitu). 3b .1 2
Mali-y, JO . ...2 o
I.wjp. c..... 3 o
IVrlfht; p ,., s 0
Klal'.ory. .1 1
rU'NS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Portland 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 3
Hl 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 S 0 11
Oakland..-.; 2 0 0 0 10 1 2 M
Hits ! ,'vV 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 S
Twob hit Cagan. . Stolen baae
Tlyaa. ' Cooriey. Couk. tagau. Hogan. Sacrl-.
flc hii-i-Bassey. . Altinan. Haley. Ryan.
Itaftery, Wright'. Doubt plays Cooney to
Iansl; Casey unHastMed; Cooney to Oasoy
to Danzig. First, base on balls Oflt Bloom
field, s; Wright. 6. Kit by pitcher Van
llallrrn. Struck out By Bloomnold :t;
Wright. ,4- ..Pasted ball Lewis. Wild
ritvl-es Bltainitlaiu'. c. Time 2 hours. L'ro-
lietrolt S; Cleveland 3.
CI.EVEUANn. April :6. -Crawford's
home run in the tenth won today's game
for Detroit. After an error and passed
hull had let letrolt score two runs.
Cleveland tied the tally In the ninth on
O' Leary's error nnd hits .by Birmingham
and lllnchman. .'ore:
R. H. E.! R. H. E.
Oevelsnd ...J10 J,petrolt ......3i0 1
Batteries Rhoades. Chech. Llobhardt
and Bemls; N. Clarke, "Summers and
Chicago ; Su Lonls t.
ST. LOLTS. April IS Chicago had
little trouble In heating St. Louis. Powell
was batted hard. Walsh was hit safely
10 times, but kept them scattered. Score:
St. Louis.... J 10 Chicago . 11 4
Flatteries Powell. Bailey . and Bpencer;
Walsh and Sullivan.
Won. Lost.. r.T.
7 2 .778
S 4 "0
, o 5 .fc0
, S 5 .5O0
4 B .444
. 4 - .I'M
... 2 ' 8 . .200
Chicago . .
B.tnn . ..
St. Louis ..
Boston S; riilladelpliia 2.
BOSTON. ' April 15. Boston made it
three out of four . by winning an
11-tnnhig contest from Philadelphia. In
the eleventh a two-bagger by Sweeney,
an error by Knabe and Bowerman's sin
gle gave Boston tho gjime. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston J ? J'Philadelp'a.. 3 9 3
Batteries LlndamaO .' and ' Bnwerman;
Rlchey and looln. I'pnplre Klem.
Brooklyn 4; ?few Vort 0.
NEW YORK. April 2e. Brooklyn made
It three straight. The, batting and base
running of Pattee was a feature. Score:
R. 11. E. R. H. E.
Brooklyn ....4 OCew Tork. ...0,4 3
Batteries Rucker and Ritter: Wlltse,
McGinnlty and Bresnahan. I'mpirer-Ems-lle.
JOHNSON LOSES TO CROFT
Pittsburg S; St.. Louis 2. .
FITTSBVRG. April SB. Leever was
strong and Higglnbotha'iu pitched a grand
game, but weakened somewhat - In the
PitUburg ...S 7 0St.- Lonls 3 8 0
Batteries Leever and Gibson; Higgln
botham and Hostetter. Umpire Rigler.
.Wet CJrounBs. at Chicago. .,
' ' CHICAGO, ; April ZS. Chicago-Cincinnati
game postponed; - wet grounds. -
" NORTHWEST LEAGrB.
- Yesterday's ltesulta.
Seattle . Butte 3. . -
Tacoma 2, Vaacouver 0.
Aberdeen ft, Spokaae 3.
ANGEL .WIN - lXm STRAIGHT
Onlj Alhtw Seals One- Run to
; -J. i ' f.Ttwir Seven.-
LOS ANCBlJrS?, Cel., April S5.-Los An
geles -wAlkreJ' Sain Francisco once again
in Chutes" Park this afternoon in the
fourth of their present series. The record
thus fsr shows up four straight for the
home ream. Today's score was 7 to 1
against the visitors. San Francisco man
aged, to, save a whitewash with a hit In
Los Angeles scored one In the first and
sixth innlts. two In the third and three
in the -.eishth. Wheeler being unable to
appajh left held, .where he has been
tilling or Bills on account of the latter'
bad foot. Log. AnKclis tried an amateur
tioodman in tho nrst-named position.
The cots j i " '
... LOS ANdKI.ES
, . AB. R. IB. TO. A. E.
Fernard. 2b 2 1 0 a 1
ik". cf j 1 1 1 ,0 e
jMlb.n. lb 2 t 0 IS 1 0
Hrahenr. rf A O 0 o 0 o
Sinuh. :n. ; . .. .4 1 2 U 4 0
Uoodman. If .4 1 2 1 0 0
I-lms. sr, .....4 1 1 1
Kiirl . c. .3 1 . 2 2 1 0
Hosp. p 4 1 1 o 7 0
Man ding of the Crab.
.- Won. Lost. .Pot.
Aberdaen 1 .633
Tacoma 4- 1 oi
Seattle .. ......... .;.'.3 -3 ' .600
Butts .2 '3 .400
Vancouver (B. O.....I 4 .200
Spokane ,.1 s S .167
Svattle Butte 3.
SEATTLE, . Wash., .'April . IS. (Spe
cial. 1 With the score 3 to 1 against
the locals, Seattle came from behind
with a rush in the seventh Inning;, and
when the smoke cleared ' away the
score was s to 3, in Seattle's favor. A
pretty exhibition of consecutive hitting
did it. Captain Bennett led off with a
single and the next two men went out
on long- flies.' Then Frisk hit, Qulsrley
walked and Hammond, Cahlll and For
tler hit in a row. the' last two negoti
ating two-baggers. Metcalfe" pitched
a fine game for Seattre, and was reallj
entitled to a shut-otit. But In the
early part of the game errors by the
locals were numerous and three runs
were chalked up- on two hits. It
looked to be all off, when two men
went out In the seventh, but the bat.
ting rally saved the Aay. The score:
Seattle 0 0 0 0. 0 J i S 1 6
Butte 0 0013000 03 7 1
Batteries Metcalf and Fortler;
Ehmke and Shea.
' Umpire Caruthers.
Olmar Dranga. of Multnomah.
Pleases SportHmen by Defeating .
Billy Speck, of tlw Paget
PACIFIC COAST AM ATECR CHAM
PIONS. ' .; " ., Vrnstllac. ' '1-
3J5 pound Hjvy tMnaldaon.
Seattle T. M,-. Aii-
125 pounds Edgar B, Frank.
Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club.
,335 pounds-ryictor Venabjes, Seat
tle Ashletlc Clab.. . . 1.
145 pounds Frank' Vance, Seattle
1A8 pounds Julius Johnson. Segttle
Heavyweight H. B. Grim. Seattle
Athletic. Club. . . . . ' .
- : f '.'Boxing-. . ,
'103 .pounds Helney- Ritter, Spo
kane. Athletic Club.. . ', ,
115 pounds Eddie Dennis, blym
pic Club, 8an Franclseo. . (
.125 pcunda pimar Dranga, Mult
nomah ..Amateur Athlctlo.Tlub.
las pounds Gene' West. M. A. A.
C:,' and Gus Rosche. unattached.'
boxed to a draw.
145 pounds Chester Brown, Seattle
Athletic. Club. .. ,
15S pounds Fred Sax. of Portland!
Heavyweight Henry Crott, Seattle
Athletic. Club. ., ,-, .
liner, cf ...
Herrv.ix'? . .
V llllr. V
TotuV' '.'. .
. :.2s 1 X 24 0 1
SOORK BY INNINGS.
Angtlea 1020010 3 7
Hits 0 0310113 9
San Krmntlsco ..00O001O0 0
HI'S' : 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3
T'o-baa. nils. Goodman 2. Easterlv
Jirssharj tbree-bftse bits. Curtis - and
Smith; nacrlrtia tiijs, 0ki-. Ziider. 'Will
lams. Beitiard. Pi lion; stolen bnes. Brain
ard Oak o 2. Fattrrly. Mohler. Borry:
double plays. Bernard to Dillon. Williams
una9i?ld; left on hasrs. Los Angeles ;t,
Fn KranclSco 3: flrt bas on balls, oft
Hosp 2. off Wills 4: nrst base on errors. Los
Angeles 1. Pan "Franclsio" 1; struck out, by
Hoap 2. Willi 3; passed balls, berry; time
of game, l -'b'uur. 3 minutes; . umpire.
O'ConnelL . .
' AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Kw York ........;....;.. T 3 .7"0
St. Louts-.. . 1, 7 4 .tin
Cleve.and 5 4 ..Wi
notion a 5 45
i'hlcaso' . 5 .& ;,-.cio
I'tllla.'.elphla 5 ' .4,-J
l!!! 3 - 6
Vashlnitoa 3 7. .3v0
New Vork ; Philadelphia S.
PH1LADFL.PHIA. Xprll 25. Philadel
phia had what looked a safe lead, untti
Tacoma C;.. Vancouver 0.
TACOMA. Wash.. April 35 (Special.)
The Tigers had all the luck In today's
game with Vancouver, and won in the
first inning by the schrts of 3 to 0. George
Engle's two wild pitches in succession;
after Graham had doubled to right field,
let In the first score, and Ham Hyatt's
muff on a fly let In Burnett, who had
got a base on balls. Except for Hyatt's
bad mistake, the game was errorless.
Engle , had his spitbalT working finely,
and the Tigers could hardly touch him.
The Vancouver twlrler held Mike I-ynoh's
batters to three hits --and struck out
eight. Lynch used - his only southpaw.
LnKoff. and 'the new man made good.
He lacked control at times, but was
steady when men were on bases. He
Could not be hit In the pinches. Tacoma
aKain played a great fielding game, and
though Vancouver frequently got men on
bases, the visitors could not send them
around. Burnett's pickup of a slow bunt
and his throw to first was the fielding
feature of the da. Hyatt robbed Mar
tlnke of a hit to rlcht field by throwing
him out at first. The score:
R. H. E.
Tacoma ; 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0
Vancouver . , :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1
Batteries LaKoff and Shea; Engle and
Aberdeen 5; Spokane 3.
SPOKANE. April SS.-Bunohed hits off
Killaly and a base on balls and an error
gave Aberdeen Its five runs and the game
today by to S. Scof
' ' R. H. E.
Aberdeen .. 0 0.0 0 1 2 0 3 0 5 4 0
Spokane HHtilO 0 3 t t
Batteries Starkell and Spencer; Kil
laly and Renlcker. .
College Baseball Result.
- Ann Arbor. University of Michigan
1. Case School of Applied Science 0.
New York.-Yale 7, Columbia 14. .
Berkeley. Berkeley V Stanford 1.
Annapolis. Md. Navy t. University
of Pennsylvania 0.
v hlcago University of Chicago (,
University of Iowa 3.
The Seattle Atl.-etio Club distinguished
itself tn the finals 'of the Paolfic' Coast
boxing and wrestling championships,
which were, held '.last night at the Ex-i
position building. ' under the . auspices of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletlo Club,
by taking six of the ten events scheduled,
which, with, Julius: Johnson's victory,
gives them, seven ..championship events.
With one exoeption, all of Seattle's vic
tories were not questioned in any wayf
and all rere w ell . earned. In the lone
questionable bout, a point has been raised
as to the amateur standing of the vic
torious athlete. The athlete in question
to Henry Croft, the Seattle heavy-weight
boxer, who knocked out Ed Johnson, of
the Multnomah Club, In the second round
of the last night's curtain raiser. The
snusplclous part of the bout Is the fact
that the -Seattle men who1 came to Port
land to witness the, contests succeeded In
placing bets amounting to over $1800 on .
the result of the Croft-Johnson "go. and
Insisted on betting all their money on
this one man.' It Is, rumored tluit Croft
has been boxing professionally for two
years. . -' 1
Aside from the heavy-weight event, the
chief Interest among the Spectators cen
tered in the 126-pound boxing event and
the 13a-pound wrestling bout. . The for-
mer was far the most popular bout, for i
with It came a local victory so decisive
that It eclipsed all the other events of the
meet. ' '
. Dranga Delights Large Crowd.
This star tjattie of the night and the
one that roused the big crowd to a de
lirium of delight was when Dranga prac
tically knocked out Billy Speck, of Seat
tle. There was blood in this battle. In a
figurative sense, as Speck held a victory
recently won over the" local lad. Dranga
was out to .clean the slate and If
ever a boxer ' got a . lacing Dranfra
gave It to Speck. Dranga fought
with rare judgment,- splendid foot
work and used both his hands
and his head. - He had to, for Speck was
a glutton for punishment. He. stood as
the receiver-general of Dranga's "punches
for two rounds without showing signs of
distress. A low glancing blow, uninten
tionally delivered by Dranga, started
Speck on the road to queer street and in
the third and final- round, the local bat
tler put on the finishing touches.
In this round the boys stood .toe to toe
and exchanged eight straight lefts that
landed fair In the face, without either giv
ing an inch. Dranga was indomitable
and once he' had the Seattle lad going.
He was relentless. He smothered him with
wallops to the head and then switched
and paid his respects-to Speck's chest. A
terrific right to the heart started Speck
wobbling. Then came a shower of jabs
and at last a right swing and Speck went'
down. He got up without a count, .but
Dranga was on top of him. Speck was
defenseless and all but. out when Referee
Grant -stopped - the battle. Never before
In the history of local boxing was there
such a, demonstration aa when Dranga
left the ring.
" Donaldson Defeats Mills.
Harvey Donaldson, of the Seattle Y. M.
C. A., won the opening bout of the finals
among the grapplers by defeating Eddie
Mills, of the Portland Y. M. C. A. The
lads wrestled for the honors in the 115
pound class, and Donaldson placed Mills'
shoulders quarely on the mat after three
minutes and 15 - seconds of splendid
Edgar Frank and J. S. 'Killeen, both of
the Multnomah Club, contested for the
honors in the I2o-pound wrestling class.
Frank finally won by means of a half
nelson, which Killeen vainly strusgieu to
Frank Vance, of Seattle, won the 145
pound Pacific Coast championship wrestl
ing match, throwing J. H. Tuttle, of Port
land. -.It took the Seattle man just one
minute and 45 seconds to pin the local
wrestler's shoulders to the mat.
Right on the heels of this match H. H. I
Grimm, of Seattle, took the heavyweight ',
championship from Ed, Johnson. It .took
Grimm Just 22 seconds to turn the trick.
Johnson had received a bad beating at the
hands of Craft tn . their ring go and
Grimm's rapid-fire victory was due to his
opponent's weakened condition.
Victor Venables. Wins Again.
Victor Venables, of the Seattle Athletic
Club, demonstrated his superiority in the
135-pound wrestling class by defeating F.
A. Brownell. of the Reliance Club, of
Oakland, by securing a hard-earned fall
In the second bout of their contest. The
first bout went the six minute limit with
the advantage In the Oakland lad's favor.
After five minutes and 35 seconds of hard
wrestling In the second bout, Venables
secured a hammerlock and placed
Brownell's shoulders on the mat. '
West and Rohse, lh the 135-pound '
class, furnished- a whirlwind milling
match of four rounds. There was little
science, but lots of vicious slugging and
holding. At the end of the battle, Rohse
had a shade the better and the Judged
were at sixes and sevens. They left It to i
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318 Worcester Building
Referee Grant, who called the bout a
Eddier Dennis, of the Olympic Club, 1
the 115-pound boxing champion of the
Coast, having defeated Fred Couture, of
Reliance, Friday night.
"I'll meet you again," said C. C.
Ralph, unattached, when Referee
Grout stopped th$ uneven bout between
him and Brown- of ; Seattle.! Brown
smiled and then planted a few -wallops,
took what Ralph had to offer and then
sent him. to . his knees with a short
Rushton's Hand " Is Broken.
Fred Sax. Tommy Tracy's pupil, won
the last fight on the card, beating Ted
Rushton, M. A. A. C. Sax had Ruahton
going when the bell (topped them. Dur
ing the rest Ruehton's second dis
covered that he had broken his left
hand and Referee Grout called the fight
Julius Johnson, of Seattle, Is the
middleweight champion amateur wres
tler of the Coast as he defeated G.
Anloff, of the Reliance Club, for the
-medal on the opening night of the
Among the ' well-known persons at
the ringside on the closing night were:
George McMillan, president of the
Multnomah Club: Judge George H.
Williams. Rev. A. A. Morrison, Sheriff
R. L. : Stevens, Gus C, Moser, Walter
Gearln, H. E. Judge, F. P. Baumgart
ner, T.-Scott Brooke, A. R. Diamond,"
Colonel D. M. Dunne, Frank Dunne of
Oakland. R. D. Inman, M. C Banflald,
Jordan Zan, Dr. J. C. Zan, Brandt. Wlck
ersham, J. E. Hlrsche. Arthur O. Jones,
Irving Rohr, Martin Pratt. John
O'Neill, David- Campbell, W. W. Banks.
William Oadahy. Matt Troy. Paul Mc
Cann, J. II. Hickman. Dr. Fred Wat
son, Dr. Harry F. McKay. Will Good
man, R. L. Sabln, Lloyd Breed, "W. K.
Dunlway, George J. Bills. F. O. Chad
bourne, W. P. Swope, Pete Mells, Rob
ert Krohn, , T. Connertln. Ed Lyons,
San Holbrook, A. H. Willett. R. R
Warrlner, R. C. Hart, C. L, Merrlrk,
Will Donovan, Larry McKennn. John
Cordano, Charles Wright. H. L. Grif
fin. Bud James. Fred Adams. Ned
Barrett. John Manning. Dan Delahantv,
M. J. Dclahunt, Charles E. McDnneil.'
Harry LHt, Dave Jordan. O. J. Krae
mer. Harry L. Keats, Dom J. Zan, Dr.
George Alnslee. Lou Coulter, Harvev
Moreland. J. S. McCord. D. V. Walker.
Higgina. a cocker apani-l of New Tork
City, whose hind legs are paralyzed, ia
strapped backward into - a small two
wheeled gocart and sets along quite well.
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FOR $2300 A six-room cottage which will be ready for occupancy
in thirty days. Lot on corner, 50x100, close to carline; modern" in
every respect ; building restrictions ; terms. Some fruit trees.
FOR $1700 Five-room cottage now being built, modern; will be
ready for you in sixty days. Three blocks from carline-. Terms, $100
dowa and $15 per month.