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Enthusiasts at Both North
Bend and Marshfield Get
THE DAILY COOS BAY TIM ES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1907.
MARSHFIELD WINS ONE
Xorth Benders Lose To Coqtilllcitcs
Iliiy Tennis Arc Now Tied
4 ?$ 4 J
STANDING OF CLUBS.
4 Coquillo C
Marshfield . . . C
North Bend ... C
$ fr $"& 4 4 J $ 4 4 4
Sunday has passed and tho Co
nulllo hall team has a comfortahlo
lead in tho leaguo contest. North
Dend could not take tho county seat
boys Into camp, and while they wore
going down in defeat 'Marshfield was
drubbing Bandon and getting in
shape to dispute second place with
North Bond. Coquillo has two games
to play on now, -and this is consid
ered n prettj strong lead where
there is but ono game each week.
She meets Bandon next Sunday and
unless she takes a big slump, should
emerge from tho scramble with two
games to tho good. Marshfield and
North Bend will come together on
tho Marshfield grounds, and with tho
teams tied for second place, it is
probable every lover of tho national
sport will be out to seo tho game.
Bandon will content herself with
trying to keep Coquillo from gaining
any greater lead, and it would bo no
great surprise to seo them wallop
the leaders, sfneo their new pitcher,
Holm, is dishing up a variety of
curves which keeps tho best of them
The Coquillo side contingent camo
over strong and tho Bandon team
was accompanied by tho band from
tliaf r1tf rpi. l..l .( .
w.-w ...,. x..u ui.ni which urougnt North Upnd. nb. r. h. po. n. o.
tho players and their supporters was Wlckman, 3b 3 0 0 0 2 1
crowded, and tho throng mado n pro- Gaff noy, 3b 10 0 0 10
cession which reached from the depot Foltcr, lb 4 o 0 4 0- 2
neany 10 town. it was a much Gale, 2b G
larger crowd than has over gone from ' Keano, s. s .'. 4
this sldo to tho games on tho river, I Ilummell, c. f. &'p.'. 4
and interest should be aroused to ' Graham, n & r f 4
such a pitch by the time the bay' Lyons, c 4 l
teams limko tho return dates that Foote, r. f .. 4 0
mo irains will havo trouble in ac
commodating the demands for transportation.
Everybody got his money's worth) Score by Innings.
nt the North Bond ball game on Sun- j Coquillo 00003 3 10 0 7
day. Tho contest was Interesting North Bond 00000010 34
tlirnilLMHim mill linlmv cif.ln r.,.,1
until the fifth Inning, when Coquillo
Paul, l. f.
4 0 0
Totals 37 4 9 24 10 4
gathered threo runs through a base
on balls, and as North Bond looked at
it, a mistaken decision. Ono of tho
Coquillo boys ran Into tho diamond
and interfered with a throw to first,
and the runs piled up afterwards.
According to tho rules, a runner who
goes outside tho three-foot limit
within forty-five feet of third or first,
Is out. Coqullle repeated in tho
sixth and took three more, while
North Bend had none. Tho boys
who livo where the now brewery will
bo built earned one in tho seventh.
Coquillo got ono as well.
When tho North Bend team camo
to bat In tho ninth they needed six
runs to tie. They started a bom
bardmont and had three men across
tho rubber and two out, besides threo
men on bases, when Dr. Gale, of
whom tho fans expect a hit when
needed, camo to bat. Excitement
was running high, and everybody was
up and encouraging the shifty doc
tor. But Coquillo was not destined
to loso out after having had the game
safely won through the eight Innings.
Dr. Galo hit a grounder to first and
tho agony was over.
Thoso who witnessed the game
wore well pleascc with tho cxnibltion,
and except for the decision where
North Bend thought they had tho'
worst of it, everything was satisfac
tory. Tho pitching was about equal
and tho crowd was large.
ab. r. h. po. a. e.
Lorcnz, 2 b 4
Howell, 3b G
Langworthy, c. f. . . G
Prey, s. s G
A. Collier, r. f 3
Hartley, lb..'. 4
Nosier, 1. f 4
Poralta, c 3
J. Collier, p 4
0. 0 0
0 2 0
2 li 0
Summary. Earned runs North
Bond, 2; Coqullle, 1. Struck out
By Collier, 12; Graham, 8. Bases
on balls Collier, 1; Graham, 1;
Rummell, 1. Hit by pitcher Lor
onz and Gaffnej. Doublo play
Howell, unassisted. Two-base hits
Foote, 1; Peralta, 1. Three-baso
hits Foote, h.gf o'
hits Howell, 1; Keane, 1. Umpire
Those who witnessed tho contest
botween Marshileld and Coqullle Sun
day went away with a satisfied feel
ing. From start to finish the game
was of tho gilt-edge variety, marked
with sensatiional catches and fast
fielding. To bo sure, tho inveltablo
errors happened, but only in ono or
two instances did this affect tho re
Mickey McKeown mad,o a sensa
tional running catch of a high liner,
and for a while' It looked as though
he would havo to acknowledge the
demonstrations of onthusiasm, but
tho storm passed over without seri
ous damages. Liljeqvist in center
field covered himself with glory,
going after everything in his territory
witl out an error.
Marshfield. ab. r. h. po. a. o.
Tower, s. s 3 1 0 2
Dlmmlck, lb 4 0 0 12
McKeown, 2b 4 0 0 1
Hohn, p 4 0 1 0 1 1
Cox, 3b 4 0 0 0 1 1
McNair, c. f 4 0 0 4 0 1
Totals 32 1 2 24 8 8
Score by Innings.
Bandon 10000000 0 1
Marshfield 10010020 4
Summary. Two-baso hit Wolls.
Struck out By Wright, 4; Hohn, 7.
Bases on bnlls Off Hohn, 2. Um
pires Sneddon and Lee. Scorer
Cowan, c 3 1 0 G
Ferrey, r. f 4 0 0 0
Liljeqvist, c. f 3 0 0 3 0 0
McLean, 3b 3 0 0 2 2 3
Wolls, 1. f 2 1 1 0 0 0
Wright, p 3 1 1 2 2 0
Totals 2D 4 2 27 1110
Bandon. ab. r. h. po. a. o.
Swift, c 4 0 0 7 1 0
Deverix, 2b 4 0 0 2 4 1
Blaikerby, s. s 4 1.1 1 1 1
Flegor, lb 4 0 0 10 0 3
Gavin, 1. f 4 0 0 0 0 0
7 8 27 8 2 Rosa, r. f 4 0 0 0 0 9
Postmaster A. F. Llnegan, of Co
qullle, camo over Sunday to visit
friends on the bay and see tho ball
team win another game.
Ex-county Surveyor Charles S. Mc
Culloch, chl-jf of the Bandon fire de
partment, was among the throng
which accompanied tho Bandon ball
team over to this city.
Editor Irving S. Bath, of the Ban
don Recorder, was in Marshfield Sun
day. A. J. Hartman and C. A. Trow
bridge and wife, citizens of Bandon,
came to Marshfield Sunday and re
turned in tho evening.
Frank J. Fahy, cashier of the Bank
of Bandon, was among the fans who
witnessed the ball game.
Charles Lorenz, a Bandon mer
chant, took advantage of tho excur
sion and spent tho day in Marsh
field. Miss Nettie Jenkins, of Bandon,
was In Marshfield on Sunday.
Messrs. and Mesdame3 H. S. Tower
and P. M. Wilbur enjoyed a pleasant
day at Milllngton Sunday.
Mi's Peterson, of Haines Inlet, was
In Marshfield yesterday.
Mrs. J. T. Collver, of Catching
Slough, was a Marshfield visitor yes
terday. Mrs. R. M. Wieder returned home
from a short visit to Coquillo.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, of Empire,
were Marshfield Visitors yesterday.
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