The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 21, 1914, SECTION TWO, Page 2, Image 18

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    THE SUNDAY OREGON IAN. PORTLAND. .ITTXE 21. 1914.
CLAUDE WILLIAMS
all ovr the lot whenever they chose.
Venice
BLANKS
PORTLA
ND
Southpaw Evans Loses Game
Early and Then . Beavers'
Interest Wanes.
VICTORY WOLVES' FOURTH
Itlcger Goes In to Rescue but Is Met
...With Single That Scores Young
and Martlnoni Is Called On
to End Engagement.
Pacific t'oaxt League Standing.
W. L. Pct. W. L. Pet.
Venice.... 42 33 .660'PortIand... 3S 35 .455
Los Angel's 41 85 .CSlSaeramento 14 40 .461
San Fran.. 4J 38 .544iOakIand. .v 2 45 .883
Yesterday's Besults. I '
At Sacramento Sacramento 5, Portland 0.
At Oakland San Franciaco 3. Oakland 2
(10 innings.) , ,
At Los Angeles Los Angeles ft. Vsnlc
SACRAMENTO, June 20. (Special.)
For 12 weeks Sacramento fandom has
entertained the opinion that Sailor
Stroud was the only Sacramento pitch
er who could twirl a shut-out game.
Today Claude "Williams, Southern As
sociation southpaw, acquired via the
Detroit route, achieved the distinction
of pitching the first ehut-out game tor
Sacramento this year In which Sailor
Stroud did not ligrure. Thanks to the
inefficiency of southpaw Evans. . the
, Portland Beavers drew B-to-0 blank,
the Wolves' fourth win of the elght-
: game series. '-'
The game was won and lost in the
second inning, and the Twirler Evans
has nobody but himself to blame. . With
"one gone, Van Buren and Moran each
'beat out infield hits when Evans
knocked down drives, fatting to hold
' them himself and knocking them just
far enough so that Shortstop Bancroft
could not field them. Then Evans
cut loose a wild throw to Derrick to
catch Moran off first ana both run
ners advanced.
Evans issued a walk to Hallinan,
filling the bases. Hannah bounced a
wicked drive off Bancroft's toes for
a single, scoring . Van Buren and
Moran.
Evans looked around, saw second
base unoccupied, so walked Williams
in order to have the sacks loaded again.
Young rapped one at Bancroft, who
tonsed to Rodgers, forcing Williams.
.Rodsers threw wide to first in the at
tempt for a double play, Young mak
ing second, Hannah making third and
Hallinan scoring
Evans looked around again, saw that
i first was unoccupied and once, again
: filled them . walking Orr. Then,
for fear somebody else might happen
to leave a base unoccupied, Evans hit
Coy on the wrist with a pitched ball,
.forcing in Hannah and keeping the
bases loaded.
That was all for Mr. Evans. Rleger
t went to the rescue and Tennant wel
comed him with a single to center,
, st oring Young. Billy Orr tried to
score from second on the hit, but Bill
Speas was on deck with a perfect throw
to the plate and Orr was trapped, end
ing the inning. -. b;c-
. llartinoni took the mound in the next
Inning and held the Wolves to four
hits and no runs In six tedious innings
tedious because the Beavers were not
showing enough signs of life to create
liny doubt about Sacramento's five-run
lead being a sure ming. score.
YActlan1
a a u a JJ.
B M J A cj
Bancroft, 8 2 4 4 0 Young". 2.
Derrlck.l. 4 11 uyiorr..
1 1
0 0
1 2
0 2
0 S
0 1
0 2
O 0
0 O
1 0
0 0
0 0
Podsers.2.
i. Pavls.r 4
. Speas.m.. 4
Kores.3. . . 4
:-j.sbrt.l.. 3
Yantz.c. .. 0
..Bren'g'n.o 2
' Kvans.p.. O
- Hlcger.p. . 0
"M'rtln'nl.p 3
ITIggln'm 1
Brash'T 1
Sacramento
B H O A K
4 0 8 21
2
8
4
4
4
3
1 ICoy.r
0 0 Tennant, 1.
2 ov.Buren.l.
1 OjMoran.m..
0 0i Hallinan, 3
1 OIHannah.c.
1 0 Wililams.p
0 1
Totals. 28 8 27 101
oni
3 Oj
0 0)
121
Tntala SSI T 24 13 21
Hlfcginbotham batted for Yants In third.
Hraanear oatiea lor isrenrgun in niniu.
Tortlnnd 0 OOO0O 0 0 0 o
flits 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 7
..Sacramento 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5
!;; Nit M 4 1 0 0 1 0 2 9
Runs. Young, Van Buren. Moran, Halll
pun. Hannah. Charge defeat to Evans,
"pitched 12-3 innings, 5 runs, 4 hits. 8 at
.- bat. taken- out in second with .two out and
three on. Rleger pitched 1-3 inning, no
runs. 1 hit, 1 at bat. Runs responsible for.
T. .Kvans 1. Two-base hit, Moran. Stolen
bases. Moran 2, Hannab. Struck out, by
r Martlnoni 2, by Williams 3. Bases on balls,
..ff Evans 3. off Martlnoni 2. off Wllliama 4.
--Hit by pitched ball. Coy, by Evans. Paased
r ball. Brenegan. Double plays, Martlnoni
- to Bancroft to Derrick; Orr to Young. Left
"on bases. Portland 10. Sacramento 3. Time,
2:05. Umpires. Phyle and Finney.
;;-sK,LS .WIN IX TENTH, TO 2
-Tobin Slams Out Two-Bagger and
Aided by Fanning, Crosses Plate.
" SAN FRANCISCO, June 20. A two
" bagger by Tobin in the tenth Inning
-pent across the run that enabled San
:Francisco to beat Oakland today, score
'3 to 2. Fanning helped his victory
'"by advancing the winning run maker
0 with a sacrifice.
"--" Oakland started out to win with two
'nim in the tirst. but Fanning tlght
' nied and held them safe.
' - (Juinlan, of Oakland, stole four
"bases. O'tieary and Downs were put
out of the game for hectic argument
The series is Oakland, 3; San "Fran
cisco, 2. The score:
Ban Francisco I Oakland
BHOAE B H O A K
5 11 0 OIQulnlan.r.. 5 2 2 00
0 O 1 OiMiddlefn.l
1 2 0 OiZacher.m.
0 1 12Ness.2....
0 1 1 oHetllng.S..
0 14 0 0,Gardner.l.
2 2 10 Cook.....
2 6 3 OlMttie.c. ...
0 0 4 uiPrough.p. .
0 1 BOlKayiort...
1 1 0 0 Murphy J..
0 1 0 0
2 3 00
1 3 00
0 2 4 1
12 10
1 10 2 0
0 0 00
0 3 20
0 0 3 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 U
Tobin. m..
l.eory.3. ..
.Schaller.I.
l)wns,2. .
Mnd'l,2-r.
t'harles.l..
Corhan.s.,
1'lnrke.c. .
I-'nnniiig.p.
i 'tw'ght.S. 8
l itis: id. r. 1
bcliradil.c 0
Totals. .34 TS0142I Totals. . .85 T 30 12 1
'Schmidt run for Clark In tenth.
tKavlor batted for Frough In tenth.
Murphy batted for Mitsa in tenth.
San Francisco 000010100 1 3
lilts 000120101 27
Oakland 200000000 0 2
Hits 1 10010020 1 t
Huns. Mundorff. Charles. Schmidt.' Quln
lan. Zacher. Stolen basea, Schailer 2, Wutn
lan 4, Zacher. Two-base hit. Tobin, tac
rine hits, MIddleton. Cook. Charles. Mun
don'f. Fanning. First base on called balls.
Fanning. Prough 2. Struck out, by Fan
ning 8. by Prough J. Hit by pitcher,
lacher. JJoubie play, Silts to Hailing.
Passed balls. Clark. Left on bases, San
Francisco B. Oakland 8. Runs responsive
for. Fanning 2, Prough 2. Tlma ot gam.
1:45. Umpires, Held and McCarthy.
ANGELS AGAIN BEAT TIGERS
Hughes Is in Fine Form and Holds
Rivals to- Two Hits.
LOS ANGELES, June 20. Before the
largest crowd that has assembled at
the local ball ground. Los Angeles
again defeated Venice. Hughes was In
fine form and the Tigers got but twn
lilts. While Hughes fanned seven men.
he aio walked eight. Up to the sev
enth Inning Hogan's batters were un
able to drive out a real safe one.
The Angels drove Henley's offering;.
score:
Lu Angeles
B H
Wolter.r.
Moore. 2...
Mag'ert.m"
Abstein.L
Eliis.l
Johnson.s.
Metzger.3.
Brooks,c.
"Hughes.p.
,
r . stl
0 0 OlCsrlisle.l..
4 1 'llueard,2...
2 0 0Kane.m...
C a 0:Baylesa.r..
5 0 Oll.itschi.3..
3 3 01 Borton.l ..
1 1 OlMcArdle,.
1 0 Elliott.c...
1 OiHenley.p..
IMeloan. .
McD'nell.3
Hosp. ...
B H
2 0
O A E
3 Ot
1
1
0 0
10
1 0
1 0
2
1 o
O 0
0 0
0 0
Totals. J4 10 2T 7 0 Totals. "337 11
Batted for IJtscnl in eignin
for Henloy In ninth.
Los Angelea 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 S
Hit 1 J 1 1 O 1 3 310
Venice 0 0 000100 0 1
h.ts 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3
Runs. Wolter, Moor 2, Metzger, Brooks,
Carlisle. Three-base hit, Henley. Two-base
hit, Metzger. Sacrifice hits. Hughes 3. Ellis,
irnn Runs resoonslble for. Henley t.
Hughes 1. Baaes on balls, Hughes 8. Hen-
lev 1. Struck oat, Hughes i, Hemey .
.Stolen bases. Wolter, Moore. Brook.. Carlisle.
Time. 1:55.- Umpires, Hayes and Guthrie.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Boston 3, St. Louis 2.
BOSTON, June 20. Boston managed
to defeat St. Louis. 3 to 2, today, al
though James weakened in the- ninth
and passed four mtn, forcing a run.
Score:
St. Louis-
BHOAE
Boston
BHOAE
0 2 0 0
13 3 0
12 10
12 30
1 10 0 0
mnoMl.s 2 0 1 3 0
1 0 Mann. in. .. a 0 3 0 0
1 OlGowdy.c. . . 3 1 4 20
8 OlJames.p... 3 0 0 20
0 01
0 0
Huzrlns.2. 1 O 0 o 0 Oilbrt.r. . 2
Magee.m.. 3 1 2 2 0Evrs,2 A
Cnther.I. .. 3 .0 1 0 OjConnolly.l . 4
J. Mlller.l. 4 '1 11 1 OlMaran'lle.s 8
Wilson, r.. SI ww:riesa.i
Butler.s. ..101
Snyder.c 4 0 5
Dock.3 3 0 1
perrltt.p. .301
C. Miller,. 0 0 0
vVlneo. .. 0 O O
Willi's," 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .25 3 24 10 01 Totals ..26 5.27-14 6
Ran for Cather in ninth.
Batted for Butler In ninth.
Ran for Wlngo In ninth.
St. Louis 1 0 O 0 0 0 0-0 1 2
Boston .0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3
Runs. Hugglns 2, Hose. Deal. Gowdy. Two-
base hit, Gowdy. Home run, Hess, ajacrl-
nce nit. Alagee. uouuie piays.
Snyder; Deal, Evers and Ueaa. Left on
h:.Be Mt Tuia 5. Boston 3. Bases en balls.
o Perritt 4, off James 5. Hit by pitcher,
by James (Butler 2), (Hugglns). Struck
out. by Perritt 4, by James 3. Time, 1:40.
Umpires, Kaaon ana wuigiey.
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 4.
nair A ncl DHT i " .Tun A 20- Three
home rung enabled Chicago to defeat
Philadelphia here today, 5 to 4. Saier
and Schulte each hit the ball over the
right field wall with a base occupied
in the first Inning., tsoore
Chicagi
BHOAE
3 1 2 00
111 0jBoker,i..
4 114 0
Leach.m.
Oood.r....
Saier.l...
Z'erman.3
Schulte,!..
Phnlin.l 4 1 I 1.1
IT't , n A A R 1 A
Vaughn,'p. 4 0 I 0 1
Irelan.2.
Lobert.3,..
X 1 1 1 OiMufee-B. .
4 2 10 OiCravatb.r.
a A g OI.uderua.l.
paskert.m.
Kllilfer.c.
Alex'der.p.
BHOAE
4 0 2 4 1
4 1 4 10
4 13 10
3 110
8 0 1 0 0
2 0 7 0 0
4 0 3 00
4 1 I 10
0 0 0 00
3 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
T3f 1
" 0 0 0 15
IBynre
Philadelphia 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
Runs, aood, Saier, Zimmerman 3, scnuue.
ireian, iooerk, juasee, vcvns.
hit Magee. Home runs, Saier, Schulte, Zim
merman. Hits, off Alexander 2 In 1: off
Oeschger 6 in 8. Stolen bases, Zimmerman,
Saier. Left on bases, Chicago 4. Philadel
phia 4. Bases on balls, off Vaughn I, off
Alexander 1, off Oeschger 2. Bases on er
rors, Chicago 1, Philadelphia i. Struck out,
by Vaughn 6. by Oeschger L Time, 1:45.
Umpires. Rlgler and Hart.
Brooklyn 3, Pittsburg 3.
BROOKLYN, June 20.- -The Brook
lyns played poorly behind Reulbach In
the first inning and lost-to Pittsburg
today, 4 to 8. Score:
Pittsburg-
HO A J
Cnrey.l... 0 1110
Mowrev.3 .31130
Vlox,2 4 1 S 20
YV&gn'r.s.. 4 13 0 0
Konetc'y.l 4 0 10 10
Mitchell.r. 4 18 0 0
Kelley.m.. 3 2 10 0
Gibson. c. 2 0 3 1 0
Cooper.p. .4 1 0 4 0
Moran.r. ,
Herzou.s.
firoh-2...
Mlller.l. .
Niehoff.3
Brooklyn
BHOAE
O'Mara.s.. 3 1120
Daubert.1. 4 1 10 2 0
Dulton.m.. 4 10 0 0
Wheat.I... 4 2 5 00
Smlth.3... 4 1 1 50
RiBgert,r. .41300
Cutabaw.2. 2 2 2 1 0
Elberfeld,2 2 0 2 2 0
Miller.e 4 1 2 10
Reulbach, p 0 0 1 10
Hummel.. 1 0 0 0O
Aitchts'n.p O 0 0 0 0
Totals .33 8 27 18 01 Totals ..321027140
Pittsburg 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 04
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3
Runs, Oarey, Mowrey, Konstchy, Kelley,
Daubert, Smith, Miller. Left on bases,
0!,r.h,,,-r Id Hrnklin .r, TWO-baSO hitS.
Carey, Mitchell. Keliy. o'Mara. Three-base
hit. Wheat. Home "in. Smith. Sacrifice
hits, Viox, O Mara. Stolen oases, auueivujr,
Kelley, Reulbach. Double play. Carey to
Cooper to Wagner 10 vioa. oae uw
oft Reulbach 4, off Altobison 1, off Cooper 2.
Struck out, by Reulbach 2, by Cooper 3.
Hit by pitcher, by Reulbach 2, Konetchy
and Gibson. Wild pitch, Keuluacn. Hits,
oft Reulbach 7 In 8 Innings, off AUchlson 1
in 1 Inning, luufl, a., uuipucs, wiuuu
Byron.
New Xork 7, Cincinnati 2.
xttw VAP W Tune 20. A crowd of
world's series proportions came out to
a, ti sAa . Charles Herzosr. the old
n(An. fovnpltA an manaerer of the Cin
cinnati team. The visitors made a sor
ry showing, losing the second game oi
the series, 7 to 2, although New York
made only one clean hit. Score:
Cincinnati I r-ew lork
. . , r r-. , TI n a I.
5 1 3 0 0;Bescher.m. 2 1110
5 11 8 llBurns.l.... 3 1 1 00
3 0 0 8 llFletcher.a. .4 1 4 SO
4 0 3 0 0Doyle.2... 3 0 0 3 0
. ., t u -I ' n n n b i
xxienoii.o, o - - -
Hobl's'1,1. 4 2 3 0 0Merkle.l.. 4 110 0 0
Batea.m.. 3 0 2 0 0Rob't's n,r. 4 0 100
-,.., .. :i 1 r, nll.stock..t 4 0 1 0 0
Douglass',p 0 0 0 0 0Meyers,o.. 8 0 0 1 O
singling-. v v u - - - - -
Snyder.p. . 1 1 Ml!
VonKU" l o o oui
Totals.. 35 9 24 12 5 Totals... 80 4 2710 0
Batted for Douglass in second.
Batted for Snyder in ninth.
Cincinnati OOOIOOOO 1 -
New York 60002000 7
Runs, Bates, Clarke, Bescher 2, Burns 2,
Fletcher, Doyle, lierkle. Base on errors. New
York 3. Two-baae hits, Niehoff, Burns. Home
run, Clarke, stolen basu, Hersog. Beacher 2,
Groh. Left on baa, New York 3. Cincin
nati 9. Doubl play, Niehoff. Herzog and
Hoblitzell. Bases on balls, off Tesraau 8,
oft Douglass 2. off 6nyder 2. Btruok out,
by Tesreau , by Snyder 4. Wild pitch,
Douglass. Passed ball, Meyers, Hits, off
Douglass 2 in 1 Inning; off Snyder 2 In 7
Innings. Time, 2:02. Umpires, Klem and
Emslle.
AMER1CAX LEAGUE. '
Detroit 1, Washington 0.
DETROIT, June 20. Bobby Veach's
timely single again enabled Detroit to
defeat Washington today. The score
was 1 to 0. It was the third consecu
tive shutout victory for Coveleskie,
who has pitched 32 1-8 innings without
having been scored on, and Detroit's
third straight defeat of Washington.
Score:
Washington- Q A D.trolt- g H q A g
4 0 s o w riusn.s. , . 4 v x
V u MOriariy.is 4 i x a v
lO.Cobb.m.... 3 O 0 01
1 HiCratord.r 3 2 3 1 0
I UIVeach.1... 3 1 2 00
3 l:Kavan'h,2 8 0 8 1 0
t 4 0Burns.l... 8 0 11 2 0
S 0 0 Stanage.c. 2 000
9 0 O 8 O.Covel.P 2 1
0 0 0 00)
1 1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 01
AN EXCITING MOMENT IN THE RECENT INTERNATIONAL POLO PLAY.
j a-o-i-w. $ w i.v y -m m .. "71 f
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wt - - tX-r :y.iTvyy- i r ' -, rJt!3 I
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AT LEFT CAPTAIN BARRETT, OF ENGLISH ,"!A8, HIl'IINt;. WITH RK-4B LA MONTAGXE, OF THP
AMERICAN TEAM, READY TO BLOCK THE HIT.
pie by Peckinpaugh and a single by
Cook gave-New York si runs In the
inning. Score:
Cleveland I New York
B H OA El BHOAE
Qraney.l.. 4 2 1 OOMaiscI.S..
Turner,2.. 8 11 1 0 Truesd'e.2
Llabold.m 4 O 8 0 0Peckin'h,s
Johnston,l 80 11 1 OlHartaell.l.
Olson.3... 4M 1 1 0Cook,r
z vtusiey.u..
5 2 O'Sweeney.c.
Chapan.s. 4
O'Nulll.c. 4
Bowman.D 1
James.p.. 0
Morton, p.. o
Hage'an,p 0
Lajole... 1
Bassler'. 1
2 0 01
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 10
0 0 0)
0 0 0
William s.l
Caldaell.p
Totals .88 T 27 18 2
Total-:. -20 8 27 12 4!
Batted for James in ruin.
Batted for Morton In eighth.
Cleveland 00001000 Ol
New York 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 0 07
Runs, Chapman, Malael, Troesdale, Peck
inpaugh 2, Hartzeli. Cook, Williams. Hits
off Bowman. 4 in 4 2-3; off James, none
In 1-8; off Morton, 2 in 3; oft Hagerman,
1 In 1 Two-base hit. Chapman. Three-bas
hit. Peckinpaugh. Sacrifice hit. Turner.
Stolen bases. Cook, Maisel 2, truesdale,
Peckinpaugh, Daley. Bases on balls, oil
Bowman 5. off Caldwell 1, off Hagerman 1.
Hit by pitcher. By Caldwell, Johnston. Lett
on bases, Cleveland 7, New York 7, btrui-k
out. By Caldwell 2, by , Bowman , by
Morton 3. Double plays, O'Neill to John
ston; Caldwell, Maisel to Williams. Time,
2:10. Umpires. Connolly and Dlneen.
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 2.
' ST. LOUIS. June 20. Philadelphia
could not do much with Hamilton's de
livery until the eighth inning, when
they swung their bats with deadly re
sult, bunching four hits for as many
runs and scoring more than enough
runs to win the third game of the
series with St. Louis, o to z. score:
St. Louis
B M O A Hi
Philadelphia I
a a j
Murphy.r,
Oldrlng.l.
Collins,:!..
Baker,3..
Mcinnis.1
strunk.m.
Barry.s. .
Schang.c.
2 0 00
13 8 0
0 10 0
2 2 10
0 14 10
2 8 8 1
0 1 50
1 2 40
0 12 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 00
4 0 OiShotton.m: 4
5 2 3 0 0,Pratt,2. . . 8
i 1 2 2 lWilllams,r 4
1 1 1 OiC.Walker.l 4
4 2 8 OOjLeary.l... 4
3 1 2 0 0 Howard. 3. 4
3 0 1 2 O Wares.s... 8
8 16 2 OlAgnew.c. 3
Shawkey.p 4 3 0 3 t)Ha ilton,p 1
E. Walker, 0
IMItcholl,p 0
Totals. 84 13 27 10 1 Totals. 30 8 27 22 1
Batted for Hamilton In eighth.
Philadelphia 0 0001004 5
St. Louis 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 02
Runs. Oldrlng. Baker, McGinnis, Strunk,
Schang, Pratt, Agnew. Two-base hits, Me
lanin, Collins, Shotton, Schang. Shawkey,
Agnew. Home runs, Pratt, Mclnnis. Strunk.
Hits off Hamilton, 11 In 8 Innings; off
Mitchell 2 In 1. Sacrifice hits. Pratt, Ham
ilton, Collins, Schang. Double plays, Barry
to Collins to Mclnnis: Howard to Leary.
Lett on baaes, Philadelphia 6. St. Loula 4.
Bases on balls, off Hamilton 1. off Shawkey
1. Hit by pitcher, by Hamilton 1, Barry.
Struck out, by Hamilton 8, by Shawkey 5.
Time, 1:40. Umpires, Evans and Egan.
- Chicago 5, Boston 2.
CHICAGO, June 20. Joe Wood had
one bad inning today when Chicago
connected with bis delivery, amassing
sia hits which Included a borne run, a
triple and a double and three singles,
and scored four runs, giving the locals
the third game of. the series from Bos
ton here today, 5 to 2. .
Cady was spiked in the leg by
Schalk. Speaker wrenched his ankle
and had to be assisted from the field.
It may be several days before he will
be able to play. Score:
Boston Chlca
Hooper, r. 5 3 3 2 0 wee
Scott, s
Spenker.m. 3
Henrl'n.m 0
Lewis. 1. ..
Janvrin.l
Gurdner,3
Yrkes,2..
Cady.c. ..
Thomas.c
Wood, p. . .
Reha
Sngle"..
iver.s.
0 1 4 0Blackb'n,2
111 O Demmltt.I
0 0 0 0Colllns,r. .
2 1 0 0 Chase. 1...
0 10 Sl'Bodli.m..
1 0 2 OlSchalk.c. .
1 2 7 0;Breton,3..
0 8 10 Russell.p,
1 1 10
12 10
0 0 0 0
10 0
BHOAE
4 2 4 4 0
8 2 5 7 U
4 1 0 00
8 1 0 00
3 0 10 0 0
3 1 2 00
3 1 4 00
8 118 1
3 0 1 .1 0
Totals. 29 8 2717 1
4 0
8 10
4 18
3 18
3 0 8
Moeller.r.
Milan, m. .
Foster.3 . .
Gandll.l .
Shanks,l. ,
vora-an.2.
M' Bride,. 8 0
Henry.c. . 8 0
A re.p. ..
Bentley.p.
Williams
Schafer"
Totals. 80 4 54 18 l) Totals. 28 4 27 14 2
Patted for Avres in eighth.
Ran for Williams in eighth.
Wsshlngton ?2S2 2 2?S ? ?
Detroit 0 0000010 1
Run, Crawford. Two-base hit, Foster.
Three-base hit. Crawford. Hits off Ayers.
Coveleskie Stolen bases, Morgan. DoubU
.. , , , it n.nll l.Mrt
UtaVS, JblCfriue, mn vwauw.M -
on bases, Washington 8, Detroit 4. Base
on balls, off Ayres 2. Coveleskie 2. Bentiey
1. BtrUCK OUI. oy un rnnio o, -1 J ' ' -
Time. 1:45. Umpire. Chill and Sheridan.
New York
Cleveland 1,
CLEVELAND. June 20. Chapman's
error in the fifth inning gave New
York an easy victory over Cleveland
today, 7 to 1. Two were down when
rtapman missed a chance to retire the
side. Two more errors by Chapman,
four bases on balls by. Bowman, a tri-
Tnl:,l, 35 11 24 22 1
Batted for l nomas in nintn.
Batted for Wood in ninth.
Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12
Chicago 0 8 8 0 1 0 5
Huns, Hooper, Yerkes. Weaver, Blsckburn,
Deminltt, Collins, Schalk. Two-base hit. Bo
die. Three-base hits, Hooper. Demmltl,
Weaver Home run, Collins. Sacriilce hit,
Blackburn Stolen bases, Schalk, Breton.
Double plays. Weaver to Blackburn to Chase;
Blackburn to Weaver. Left on bases, Chi
cago 4 Boston 9. Bases on balls, off Hussell
2 off Wood 8. Struck out. by Russell 3. by
Wood 2. Time, 1:45. Umpires O'Loughlla
and Hildebrand.
TEAMS TO PIAT AT MIDNIGHT
Annual Baseball Carnival In Alaska
Is Set tor Tonight.
While most of us ars sleeping to-night-between
13 and 1 o'clock, prac
tically the entira population bf Fair
banks will be Witnessing the annual
midnight baseball game between two
rival organisations. The celebration la
known as the Festival of the Midnight
Sun and this is the third annual affair.
Besides a big parade and carnival
and the midnight baseball game, a mid
night shoot on the Tanana rifle range
will be indulged in. Fairbanks is not
the only city in Alaska that will cele
brate the first day of Summer, as Val
doz has already scheduled a five-inning
fray between the town team and
the soldiers at Fort Liscum, to take
place as soon as the midnight hour
strikes tonight.
Yakima Pitcher Breaks Wrist.
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash., June 20.
(Special.) Fred Kile., Yakima pitcher,
broke his left wrist in slldin to seo
ond in the game with Walla Walla
today.
College Baseball. .
At Wllliamstown. Mags. Wllliama
8; Chinese University of Hawaii, 3. -
BRENEGAN IS LIKED
Colt Loaned to Spokane Wins
Approval of Critics.
SCHNEIDER MISSED SADLY
Vancouver Lead Not Regarded in
Immediate Danger by Portus Bax
ter, V1k, However, Comments
on Strength, of Spokane.
BY PORTU8 BAXTER.
SEATTLE, Wash., June 20. (Spe
cial.) The Portland Coast League club
has a promising young catcher In
Brenegan, who was seen In Seattle a few
days following tne injury of Catcher
Danny Shea, of the Spokane team. In
a collision at the plate with Pitcher
Al Bonner, of Seattle. Whether the
owners of the Portland olub did the
right thing in bolstering up the Spo
kane club to the detriment of Seat
tle is a question that probably will
fall by the wayside, as Seattle did
not enter an official protest, It was
taken for granted hera that Spokane
had acquired title of some kind to
Brenegan when he started in to catch,
but suddenly he was recalled, which
made it appear that Portland only
"loaned" Brenegan to tha Indians.
Brenegan comes the nearest to
Catcher Larry McLean, who was In
his prime when with Portland, of any
young backstop seen in the Northwest
ern League. It is true that he does
not receive quite as easily and may
be a trifle less in height, but he is
at least six feet two Inches tall, and
will weigh close to Its pounds. He
throws accurately and has a 310,000
avm. From what I saw of him I
should Judge that, like most young
catchers, he tries to get too much
speed on the ball. In other words,
he throws too hard, but plenty of work
will straighten out that matter. He
is a free and a hard hitter. Unless
the pitcher is keeping the ball well
on the outside corner the right . field
should play close to the line for him.
He Is something like Melchlor, of the
Portland"- Northwestern Club, In pull
ing hem fast down the right alley.
Don't feed hrm fast balls within reao.
He will kill them.
Last year Brenegan was with the
Petersburg club, in the Virginia State
League. In $9 games he batted .278.
He stood tenth among the catchers
in fielding, with a record of .871.
-Seattle
feels tne loss ot Pete
Schneider. When the - ederal League
tried to steal him and were so suc
cessful in their attempt that the only
way out for President Dugdale was
to let him go to Cincinnati, they did
a "fine" Job toward knocking Seat
tle -out of the pennant. Taking
Schneider out of Dugdale's club was
the same as if Mathewson 'deserted
New York or Walter Johnson "Jumped"
Washington. With Schneider pitching,
Seattle's won and lost columns would
look considerably different. It cer
tainly was an odd coincidence that
Manager Raymond lost the services of
his star pitcher on the same day in
two successive years. Al Gipe was
the leading pitcher of the Northwest
ern League in 1813 until he Injured
his Bhoulder in Portland. Schneider
was not Injured, but his lack of moral
stamina injured Seattle.
Nick Williams will bring his Port
land Coast League club back to Seat
tle Monday. The series originally was
scheduled for Portland, but transferred
here because the Portland fans do not
care much for the Northwestern
League.
The coming week In the Northwest
ern League does not Suggest any de
velopments that will weaken Van
couver's hold on first place.
Seattle lost the lead through Van
couver's success with Tacoma and their
misfortunes against bpoaane. a
that could not ao anytning
own
team
Baseball Statistics
20 82 -3So
18 S .315
28 30 .438
23 27 .481
22 27 .4411
MS 82 .418
24 25 .480
28 30 .483
28 85 .M
1U 88.343
23 21 lb2S
1 27 .400
15 21 841
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
National League.
W. L. r.c.i . W. L. P C
vv ill in (1J0 Chicago 28 30.4S3
31 2j .o.nil'nnaoeipnia ji.w.iov
28 25 .310;Brooklyn. .. 21 28 .41111
28 28 .OUO Boston 22 80 .4 J3
American League. .
Philadelphia 3 21 .818 Washington 28 27 .518
f,troit 36 2 SOOiChlcago..... 28 81 .4.8
4 . I, T . . , dw w ..... .
20 27 .oi0!Clviana.
Federal League.
28 23 .MdKansa City
28 24 .538, Pittsburg...
20 27 .518.Brooklyn...
Indianapolla aoit.SliiSU Louis...
Americas Asseelatloa.
Cleveland.. 84 2T .557,Indlanapolls 31 32.402
Louisville.. 84 27 .557 Columbus... 2 81 .4sS
Milwaukee! at 24 .504 MlnneapoiU 2S 80 .488
Kansas City 28 27 .SUSlMt. Paul.... 22 88 .3T
Western League.
15 21 'J5 Omaha..,
H8 24 -67H Lincoln. .
81 24 .514 Wichita. .
80 25 .S45,TpekA. .
Vnlon Association.
28 18 5l0 Murray. .
.28 28 .581, Butte....
28 20 .585 Helena. . .
Yesterday's Results.
Aatfnciatlon KSDtal City 7.
t -..iii a- Indianapolis 7. Milwaukee 4;
St Paul .5, Cleveland 1: Minneapolis 0, Co-
""fveMri League Denver 8 Topeka 2:
Toseka 6, Denver 5: Wichita 4. Lincoln 8:
St. Joseph 11, Omaha 8; D Moines 6,
Sioux City 4.
Union Association Ogden 10, Murray 2:
Salt Lake 8. Boise 4; Butt T, Hslsna 4.
Hew the Series Staad.
Paeltio Coaat League Sacramento 4
a-amea. Portland 3 games; Oakland 2
gam? Ban Francisco 2 games; Vanlc 3
games, Los Angeles 2 gsmes.
Northwestern Lagu Spokane 4 game.
Portland 2 gam: Seattle 4 games, Tacoma
2 games: Vlotoria 4 games, Vancouver 2
""""Where the Teas May Today.
, Pacific coast League Portland beavers at
Sacramento, Los Angeles at Venice, San
Francisco at Oakland. ,' .
Northwestern League Portland at Spo
kane, Seattle at Tacoma, Vancouver and
Victoria at Seattle.
Portland Batting Averages.
Pacific Coast j Northwestern
" AB. H. Pet. AB. H. Pet
pv.ni 5 1 .4Wr-allsnsn, . lJ4 1.:ill
Kyn 234 T .S8S Balvesnn
Fisher.... 148 48 .815 Melchlor
Derrick
New
Cincinnati
Pittsburg.
SU Louis
St. Louis
Boaton...,
Buffalo. ..
Baltimore.
Chicago
Denver
Sioux -City..
St. Joseph..
Des Moines.
Boise ..
Salt Lake..
Ogden
American
14 4 31
2211 s:i .27U
221 87 .808 Milllgan. a 215 AS .2i:
Ranerofta 147 l .r'w atoa.ua
Doanw,
Korea. .. ..
I.ober
nodgers. -Brenegan.
Martlnoni.
Brashear..
Kpeas
Krai:. . .
Davis ,
West
Higg.--.
Yants
Miliar.....
rape. . ....
141 81 .2(1
220 6b .205. v iiliam. . 1 Tit
2-i-i ",7 .2.) Oulgnl 243 80 .247
228 84 .2M,Coltrin. ... 24 55 .22.1
2.1687 -22 Haworth.. 41 lo Ji-IH
2 8 .250 Hausman. . I10 20.21H
20 5 ,2.-i0 Murray. ... 17187.2111
:t'j 8.231 Brown : 6.17s
1 18.2(' Leonard. . 38 7.1U4
M 11 .2"4 Kastley.... 38 3.12.1
113 22 .185 Hanson. . .. 3 . . .000
.-,7 7 .10 Frambaeh. 13... Out)
69 11 .JS4
34 8.176,
oou,
ooo
against Vancouver the week previous.
Th. oHriitinn of Win Noyes and Ar-
lett. the latter from the San Francisco
club, will make Spokane strong In th
pitching department, even tf Maker ana
McCorry do not recover f fectlvenesa.
Spokane haa been trying to art Pitcher
Kastley from Portland. Should su.h
a deal be consummated Spokane will be
in a position to make a grand fight
for the pennant.
COAST. LEAGUE V ILL IK.llT
Bauni Nays Other Minor. Mnt Not
Be Allowed Prexixloiu-ri.
SACRAMKNTO. Cal.. June 20.-Preg-Ident
Allan T. Bausn. of the Pacific
Coast League, -in speaking of tb re
ported plan to organl-e a third major
league in the Kant, issufd the follow
ing statement today:
'I know nothing- officially of the
plans for tit formation of a third
major lague, but in regard to- what 1
learn from the press dispatches I can
sav this for the Pacific Coast League:
We will fight to the finish for our
rlgbts. the National commission or any
other body notwithstanding.
"When the Coast League went bark
from Its outlaw career Into the ranks
of organized baseball In 180? It was
with the definite understanding with
th National commission that no other
minor league would ever be given a
higher classification than the Coast
League. That Is the promise that was
made to us at that time. If the re
ports of present plans be correct, that
Is the promise that the National com
mission now proposes to violate by
raising the rating of clubs from the
International League and American
Association without giving the Coast
League similar recognition."
KILE .HURT; BEARS Wi
XI DB A;AIT YAK I VI A WHUS
PlTt HER BHKAKs) A HIST.
10 Is .441
11 1 .!
At Baker Game Desreaeratee l fa'""
and PenHletoa Takes t'onte, M it,
I aspire l-ta Plajera Ra.
Wrxtera Trl-Blat League tttaadtags.
W- Pet.: rv
Walla W'la 17 18 Baker
Pendielon. I .4iN- Yakima
Vterday'S It 1
At North Yakima Walla Walla 8. North
Yakima . ..
At Baker Pendleton 8. Bakr 3.
Walla Walla won over North lakima
In Western Trt-State yeslerday. 8 lo 8.
mainly as the result of an unfortunat
accident. Kile, who was hoiaitia" lb
Bears down, broke his wi ist In the sv.
enlh inning sliding to second. fhre
home runs were hit In this game.
At Baker, Pendielon won a nam v"
deKenerated Into a farce. 6 to 2.
The injury to Kile at North Vakinia.
when tha Yaks went rheud. resulted In
Welch going In and the Bouia tapped
him for threa singlag and two double,
his teammates adding an error whlcn
gave three runs. A passed ball and a
hit gave another in the ninth.
The first scote was made by Plaunl
In tha second with a homer. Nalia
Walla came back in tha third for on
run and tua Braves in the fourth got a
lead of two. in the littn tha B.ars
flfO Ail tthM. with two walks and
.inui ilurmd nut a bonier in th,
of the sixth and Sheely on in the Uiat
of the sixth. McWuari y want on as
runner for Kile after hi accident, ami
scored on a triple. Score:
x RHEl KUb,
WallaWalla 8 13 4N. Yakima. . . 8 8 8
Batteries Rees and Sliecly; Kile.
Welch and Webb.
At Baker, with the score tied In the
ninth. Baker, the Baker hurler. weak
ened and Pendleton, .with live lilt and
an error by Togneti, came In with four
runs and the game. Th Kubs got three
hits in their half of the nintu. but
could not .core. Th nam was with
out a feature.
Umpire Wilkin, whose work Wednes
day resulted in an attempt to uiob him.
allowed th players to ma' a a farce of
the game by continual .Ickinn. The
score: - u u i.-
KHKl R K
pendleton.. 10 2Bake. . . . . . . 2 83
Batteries Kltchner und I'uiiibiiike,
Baker and Kins.
last
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE AVERAGES
Club Fielding liecoras. Bi
'k.
fl,,h O. Po. A. E. PC P.C.
San Francisco... 75 2028 luSS 108 .W6 .
ftnlce .......11 1U10 l8 100 MM .no
Oakland .. . 60 1807 105S W- -
lost inrwlet ...73 Ji'.ttf lUflt 8W
Portland . . itflli M 113 M ?
L.-ramlto :::::u7 hi -'
Individual Batting Records.
1
Plaver, Club.
PrnnB. Sac.
riill.in- L. A 1
I vr, SU,- 17
Rrenecau. Port... 7 10
Elliott, Venic .
P5 an, 'Portland... 61 224 27 77
Fltxgeiald, S. i.58 109 2j 58
Last
w'k.
G.A.B. P.. H.S.H.P.C P C
0 2
0 1
3 8
0 4
47 140 IS 61
17 t
1011(1
10(K 1000
.4(10 .474
17 :l'J 4 13 4
.12 27 2 8 3
. 2 3 0- 1 0
.40 127 10 42 4
.82 1H7 20 63 12
.40 13- Ij 4:
.15 3S 5 12
.S3 22-l 25 6
.15 32 4 10
.71 258 35 80
.47 142 10 44
.21 58 4 18
36 5 U
Chech, u A...,
Killilay, Oak. ..
Kvar-a. Port. ...
Howard, b. F..
Derrick, Port..,
Kaylor, Oak....
Prulett, Oak...,
shlnn. sac
Gregory, Sac. ..
I'.aMess, Venice.
Fisher, Port.. .
narrtr.tr. Oak...
?oSnk. Sac!:.... 7 238 43 72 sj
Murphy, oak. ...41 ii j ?o .
Alexander, Oak . . J 1 IS J3 .
MIddleton, Oak. .04 2 ,2 8o .6
Schaller, S. F....JS 2 9 8 8
Kores, Port ; 2'3 4 11
SchmiJt, S. F....2S 0 13 J7
Dcaue, Prt 3U 204 2. 61 7
ulnl..n. Oak.... 61 244 2S ji .
Tennant, Sac ... ; 2i3 24 .8 6
Lober, Port 01 210 a. b2 6
Klawitter, oac -v jj .
Nes. oak .. 2?;' ; 5
viinan. Venice..."- Ii3 2J oo
Wolter. L. A I? . Si
Maggert, L A.
Ellis. L. A
Corhan, 8. F.
Carlisle. Venice
Bancroft, Port.
Colltgati, S-S.F
Abstein. a
.400
.::4
.353
.344
,:t43
.333
,:i33
.a:n
.820
.318
.:nu
.314
.313
,810
,;ilo
JI1U
.805
.81 '3
.::
,SS3
.3K1
.353
.31)0
.805
,1I4
.1114
.3.18
.341
,313
.2bS
2 13
.814
.821
.-it
.31)1
.300
.33
Hot
.307
Tobin. a F. .
Hannah, bac.
lernoll, 6. F
Klegcr, Port.
Leard, Venice
page, L, A...
LltaVhU vAle...MM
Kane. Venice. ... . 1 fj
Downs. San Fran.if 2i3 33 i4
Toser, B. F 'J
Arellanes. Sac....'
Zacher Oak...
;". r":B -a s si n
JMohr.nnsac tV.l li "20 48 14
lS,8.i,::.M 2.-5 21 82 5
.harles. S. F M l-'B 32 41
Brooke L. A..... 37 l
Brashear, Port... 6 a
Orr. sac...
Harkneas. ven.... ' j
8
7
.71 274 4r 78 12
.117 23.1 27 67 11
.58 20S 22 60
.63 252 48 7 '
.40 122 23 35 O
. 8 2S U 8 0
.65 240 20 68 11
..12 ll7 36 03 3
.4S 154 14 43 3
.19 4:1 5 12 O
. 8 IS 5 5 1
.68 257 44 71 14
.lis 243 41 67 31
.45 1.11 10 36 6
v
8
7
0
1
8
7
.8u:l I .329
.:m:
26 2
"8 4 7
.66 SUA 28 70
.(IK 211 II M
8
4 0 2
14 0
12 0
0 I 0
T 25 10
5 25 2
2 12 1
. i - V nt-f . . . . n
Hllss. Venice 4 104
, a at ne
Mundortr, s. '2
Martlnoni. Port.. 8 17 1 4 O
Hetllng. Oak j' 22- 24 Si J
SESrv"::::" -?
McArdle Ven ...58 187 18 43 10
?CAkrl oak.".... 06 241 22 55 6
ri7,e . o.k -V !. ?
Van Buren. Sac. 41 l.t
Krause. Port I"
McDonnell. ven.,
Christian oaa.
Forton.
8
50 3 11
02 8 20
.15 23 I 5
..52 171 18 26
Hsrwr. L.
White. vn
Clark, 8. r....
Moh.er, Sac...
West, pott. ...
Parkin. . r.
.301
.31 KJ
..'too
-lr.it)
.2 jo
.211"
.2'.'3
.2'.Ci
.2112
.2!H
3-8
.28
.288
.2K
.2X6
,2r6
.2 S.l
.278
.278
.27
.278
.276
.276
.'73
.278
.278
.271
.26(1
.261
.268
.261
.258
.255
,2.',4
.254
.253
.250
.2.-.0
.2-0
.250
.25(1
.248
.240
.24(1
.28U
."85
.231
.2111
.210
.230
.28
.2J4
.2L'3
.2-11
.217
.217
.211
.306
.803
.300
.278
.301
.310
.8O1
.3U
.277
-287
.20"'
.i 7
.2S7
.3tU
.2S7
.226
.2X6
.284
.304
,24
.2113
.184
.281
.21
.21! :i
.268
.262
.2X5
,26V
,2iH
.282
.2511
.261
.235
.256
,24H
.2511
.247
.257
'.250
.318
.270
.242
.235
.248
.235
.244
.21
.221
.234
.232
'.
.233
.1U8
.250
.208
'1 44 K U
,.18 84 2 T
7 A S 20
..49 167 18 84. 11 .208
,.li 35 3 7 4 .2'l
4 r, a t o .200
H..1..nn KaO "
Following player hav batted afely t
teast once, but r batting below the .200
m"k: Hosp, Venice, .luf; Hlggjnbait
.208
.104
.228
.212
.212
.18
.200
.2O0
Portland. .1V8: Davlfc Portland. .18.; ""'
veda. San Francis. .. .IbO; v artx nsl 11, -
Francisco. .180; Spaa, lort.and, .1... Hill.
ar 1-.I. V rmr. ..Draa,I (' II I . .
Metsger. Los Angele .170; ilalarkey Oak
land.'. 172; Arbosa.t. Oakland. J';..Lr"".
Oakland-Lo Anse.ea. .16.; alooifc Lo.
Angeles, .157: htroud. Sa. raniinlo, .154; Lei
field, san r'rancisco. .152; Kaui.iiig.
Francisco, ,14u; rltandrldgo, han rrauslscv,
MV Robrer, Saoramento. .145; Perritt, I.".
Angvles, .143; Williams. Sacramento, .143.
Ki.-pfer Venice, .1311; lluglic l...s Ange .
135; Vanta, Portland. .133; Lhuike, l.us
Angeles, .125; Kamv. Oakland, .1111 I roua.i,
Oakland, .105; Powell Venice. ;
cannier. Venice. .0111; Fleharty, Venl.-r., .0.4,
Barham, San Franciaco, .Oil; Oejer. Oak
land, .036.
Leading nun aw" ..-.,
Ven!
48- ilaggert, Lo Angelrs, 4.".; Leard. Ven
ice. 44; Itodgera. Portland. 44: Young, eeo
ramento. 48; Wolter, Los Augdea, 4 1 . I ".
Los Angeles. 41; Schaller, San I-rallci.io.
8U; Tobin, San Fran Iku, 36; llayleaa, Ven
ice 35; MIddleton. Oakland, 8-.
Leading Base steak-re Kudners. 1 ort
land, 20; Young. Sacramento, 22; Manger;.
Los Angeles. 22; Schaller, San rrautlsi'u,
is; Wolter, Los Angeles, 16; Leard. Veil
Ice 16; Schmidt, ban Kranriaen, 14; u 11
lan, Oakland. 14; Page. Lo Angeles. 14;
Fllzgerald, San Francisco, 13; Derrick,
Portland, IS.
Leading Two-ba Hitters Teimnt. Sac
ramenio. 17: !", Oskhind. It. I,
San Francisco, 1; Lltacnl. Venice, l;
Bhlnn. Sacramento 15: Howard. San rrali
clsco 18; Kores. Portland, 13: Lol.er, 1'orl
land, 13; Abstain, Los Angeles, 13
Leading Thre-base llllttrs Iiayl',
Venice 10; Ryan, Portland, ; Ham-rod,
Portland 8; Leard. Venice, 6: Fliaaaraid,
San Francisco, 3; Schaller, San rraiio!. o.
5; Wolter, Lo. Angeles, 5; alaggert. Los
AILead'ng8'Mom-run Hitters Bayless. Ven
ire, 6: Schiller, Sn Francl.cn, ; loein,
Sn Francl.ro, S: Korea. Portland. 4; liu
learn Venice, 4; Ellis. Los Anseles. 4.
Lesdlng Sacrifice Hlttere I'age. Los An
gelea 31- O'Leery, Pan Fr.ncls.-o, 21; Leard,
Venice 14: Moran, Hacremenlo, 14; Der
rick. Portland. 12; Maggert, Loa Angelea 12.
Pitching Record..
Including gsmes ot jun. 1.
Pitcher, Club.
Dersnnler, Venice
Harham. San Francisco
Smith, Vnlc
st.-uwrt, fcu.-rani.-nto ,
Khmke. Angeles
Kleger, Portland
Hyan, Loo Atxles
Martlnoni, I'crtiand
White, Venice
Standrldge. 8n Franclso
Pernoll, San Franciaco
Perritt, Lo Angeles
totroud. sa-rmenlo
Klepfer, entce
1'ruiett, Oaklsnd
Hughes. I.os AnKele.
Leilield, San Francisco
Hltt, Venice
Hlggllibothsm. Portland
Krause. Portlsnd
Toser, fan Francisco r
Slagle, Ba.Tinento
Haiim. Ran Francisco
parkin, San Franciaco
Klawitter, 8scTamnto
Fleharty, Venice
ilrenot). ,Ha, rainento
Chech, I-o Angel
Henley. Venice
prough, Oakland.
Christian. Oakland
Went. lori:nu
Poaeil. Venice
Gever. Oakland
Malarkey. Oakland
Fanning. San Franrlaco
Mu.ser, Los Ange,
Arellaues. K.-r.ri,ento
Killilay. Oakland
Kremer. sacraanento
Harney. Ciekland
Arlett. Ban Frsnciseo
darkness, Venice
Williams, Karrmente
Hanson, Portland
F.vans, Portland
t ral.b. Los Angeles-Oakland ...
Keleased pitchers
W. L. Pot.
4 0
3 v lew
I 0 1000
1 (I )..
,6 1 ' il
8 2 .e"U
4 1 .son
6 4 .;
8 8 ..,7
11 6 .,.t
,8 8 UI5
V 8 ,H.t
T 5 ,;vi
, 7 . ft . :..i
7 " .." sj
8 6 .5:i
8 1 .-11
9 S ,fi"i
T 7 ,eotl
4 4 .500
5 8 ..""'
2 2 ,5t'u
I 1 ..V'O
10 .474
, 8 8 .444
4 - .411
7 .41-
8 4 4iU
3 T ,I7
, 1 3 .4011
5 s -3Vj
3 8 '
4 "1 .861
8 10 .33
,2 ft . i Ml
1 4 . -00
', 1 4 .2""
, 8 1 .iti ti
, 0 1 1.'"
, 0 1 .nt'.i
u , ,.mh.
0 2 -0"n
. 0 4 .oov
,6 8
Club
Portland .....
Oakland
Sacramento .
Venice .......
Los Angle...
baa Franciaco.
C2
60
67
......71
73
78
Total garnet
Club Batting Keeerd.
All. ft. II. 2B. 8P..
en
.20. 207
24111
2J33
2304
23t;
2462
241
294
272
634
578
5:i2
605
!13
71
83
S3
23
18
M
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COASTER AMD Will
Spokane Falls, 8 to 4, With
"Pop" Arlett on Mound ard
Portland Slugging.
BAKER RUSHES TO RESCUE
riflh Inning I I'alal to Indians Wliei
Cannot Ilrcovrr In Tlm, Altlmath
I'rimitWIi I Prlvfit U Pug
n. Iwi'tlc) Saving Iaj.
lrth mierw I esgve ana11i.
W. L. Pel W. U r-.
Vanconuv'r 44 11 7 ferlland... !k 4
a.slile..,, 4:1 24 - T.co . . .. ?
8pkn... If IT lt Victoria. .. si 41 .14
Veeterday' Us. Ha.
At !pcksne P il.nd S, sp'8en 4
At la-".ite heattle . 'l'-om 4
At Victoil V ivlorl 5, tm
HPIIktM". Vak. Ja
asrr Vtlke l.rk .f Ik apukaae n8
nratera Lrsgae trasn mrmt a i .teat ta
Prvaldenl FlrlHer J)e lkt a Ik
ana ada, klrk PorlUad a a 4V
I. yark rkargea lkl I'artlaad katted Ml
of order la Ike alatk laalaa. wfcra
man were made, la Manila
Ike leaaa'a Iradlaa killer, ltrl. k
II -a t alrker llawarlk'n larst. k. la
Ike rr.-prr ardrr ald ka heea fwl
lonrd k I'll. krr Kle.
SPOKANE. Jun 88. Kpcial
"Pop" Arlett. lornier Coaat Iaguf.
was hit ten tunas for sis luns In th
first ri Inning ot today's asm, and
Bilker was unable to lup the onslaught
until after Portland had piled up a
lot.il of eight core. enough to win.
In th fifth Inning pohn kit flv
times and scored four rung In other
Inninaa lliry wta unable lo bunca
hits and lost 8 lo 4
The Cuita stalled aflr Arltt In tl
third inning with three sal bloa,
idling uiii run. Only perfect pegging
to break up a double ateal prevented
Spokane bring nun worse tht Inning.
Williams' aluggct rested for n In
ning and then wjtit back to ta atlatk.
Three mule aingla and a double in that
hkIiiii brni2lit two runs. Another rl
and then in th fifth Arlelt got th
bump th.it sent him to I be viable.
Cnltrln. rallah.n nd Melchlor m
glcJ from tli start of th gong. Col
11 In ai-urlna A wild throw lt Call'
hi.n In and Williams plucked a hit
scoring- another run. It enough
and then some fur the ea-Caeet
Leaguer, and Jea Baker l.wih up the
burden In the sixth. Meanwhile lpo
kans was not very busy, waking; up
only In the fifth, a hen the locals nil
were bunched. A single, t we doubles
and snolher single, also two base on
balls, gave William obllL Kour run
were across Kully wag rubd t
the rescue and Kranibeth joined tk
Arlett colony.
To put the asms y on lc Tort
lund copped a pair of runa off liaker,
on drive being for a triple, all In th
sixth Inning. Thrfler botk tma
sttld dow-D and the performance ta
machlne-llke. Score:
Portland I Mpkne
11 II u : B 14 U H
Ooltrln.s.. 4 I 3 tl,tl.l 4 I 3 I
t'aliahl.ll.l. 3 1 3 l Holler, a... .' 14 8
M,.l.lil..r.r i 2 I I." I1..U..I... 4 12 I
Mlllisa.i.m 4 3 4 sa,r rl.a.t . . . . i I I J
Wlllluma.1 8 2 1 aan.r. 2 .. 4 2 3 1
lluiKiil..!.. 4 I 0 I I Hos .n.lM.. I
l,Kune,2. 4 18 1 I , Weil 11.3. . . 4 I 1 S
Mawurth.c 3 2 I A II inan.r . . 4 3 3 81
Y ranili li.p 3 "I rl. II. p . . . 2 12
Kaalley.p. 1 I I " l set ,p . . . 8. 8
Hauain'll.l I O 3 Oil,
Totals .36 1.127 1121 T.,1.1. . .It 8 27 17 4
Portland 132
spokuu O 4 U
Hum.. ('"Itrlll 2. t'allohan. It.lrhlor 2, MIL
llgnn, lliiHilia, Oulgnl, lwlm l'ulli. All
malt, Allan. T-l-.e Int. -eia. Thw
i.hm hits. .giier. Hel. hior. Sr.t 6. bits.
Hhui-iiihii. Mllli.n. VV 11.1 I'lt.li. l-.astley I.
Ha.e. HI balls, Franihai a. on Kaaller
I off Arlen I. oil K..kr 1. Slni.k om. b
A ilut I. Hit". "IT Ailetl IO In 8 lnnlr,
runa; oil Hanil.a'h I In 42 3 Inmn... 4
runs tredil i.-loiy lo 1 ram ba.'h. geie.t I,.
Arli-lt L.-rt ou I'lU-a. Porlt-nrt 5. Hkaa. .
II. Tim. 145. fill pi Its, Ma U4 Kill
sld. t ham ps i.om; SI (I N T HI-
Vk'turla'lM-a WUut So Oilier Clua
In I on a ue llaa let lxnr.
VICTtilllA. H. C. June 10. Th VI. -toriu
Bi'e today capped lhlr bl
week's prtormnnce inc th season
opened by takliisT the erls from th
champion Uxavers. a feat whloh none
of Hie other team h Vt hn abl
to artonipllsh. Th . won th itfc
BHiiie. 7 to 4. making Ihalr wine four
gud their" loners lo. Meorel
Van.-ouver I Vluloria
V,nv0a rTil OAK 8 Ho I f -
ji a 9 Moran.r... s a w "
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2 18 11
4
3 n 1
2 I II
2 2 e i
2 w 8
3 2 11
lirktiker-nt 4 11
H.. 3. 8 0 I
H, liain'r. 3 o
llrlmll'-.c. 8
llunin... " "
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Totls. 18 "f IS Tola s. It "81111
!, Ited "'r H".lr In ..venttt.
tlaina called fcy gln.enl.
Vsnra-v., f J , ; t ll,
V it (tr 1 1 w "
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pile, Wli.elef.
t ACOM
Inm .Mini' MtK.lnnHjr llmrgi j Willi
Defeat by Kfalll?.
T 0M A, Wsh, Jun 18 Huh" s
pinch hit in Ih. tenth Innlns; r.
attl a 6-to-4 victory on tha iacon.a
(rounds today, bcor.
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