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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENTNO, AUGUST VT, 190j
JEFFRIES WHIPS MUNROE IN EASY FASHION THE
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Portland. 1; Oakland. I.
Iberg and Bteelman; Buchanan and
Imgdale's bunch started off yesterday
like winners, but before they got Barely
away from the poat the Oaka sUrted
something themselves, and assisted by
the usual up-ln-the-alr proceedings on
the part of Bill Hurley and aa arror by
Slorey Steelman, scored three runs In
the third Inning and were safely In
the lead thereafter. Jimmy Buchanan
had everything up his sleeve and after
the first Inning, when a single, an error
by Bchlafley. a sacrifice and a long fly
to Kruger allowed Campbell to score,
he waa Invincible. Ham Iberg pitched
ball that would ordinarily win. but he
didn't have a chance yesterday with
the support accorded him.
Lehman's team Is now playing great
ball. The best men on the club, who
have been crippled at different times
"during the past six weeks, are back In
the game and the Oaks now present
their regular lineup. Dunleavy. Kruger,
Bchlafley and Francka have thoroughly
: recovered" from their Injuries and are
playing the game of their lives.
Buck Francks beat out an Infield
-hit as a starter yesterday, and waa
caught off first by Steelman. Buck pro
tested too strenuously and Umpire Mc
Carthy evidently decided that Oakland
could beat Portland without his serv
ices and . promptly fired the shortstop
'out of the game, "Doc" Mosklman was
then haled Into the game In place of
Francks. and Pete Lohman Is to be
congratulated for having such a bril
liant all around player aa the "hand
some doctor" to call upon In cases of
emergency like that of yesterday. The
doc" Is slated to pitch against the lo
cals today, and It Is up to "8kel" Roach
to prevent the Oaks from making It
' Yesterday's game was a listless af
fair after the third Inning, except for
the pitching of Buchanan, which waa
brilliant at all stages. Iberg also
-pitched well at times, but he lacked
the confidence of his opponent -after
his support weakened. .
Jimmy Byrnea led off In the third
with a single to left. Buchsnan sac
rificed and Mosklman walked. Oanley
bunted and Bteelman threw to Hurley
who muffed the throw and failed to pick
up the sphere as quickly as he might,
and Byrnes dashed for the plate, making
It by an eyelash, Qsaley taking second
and the doctor going to third. A passed
ball scored Moaklmsn and Steelman
threw badly to third In the effort to
-catch Oanley, who scored when the
sphere eluded Beck's mlts and rolled to
left field. Dunleavy hit for two bases,
but was forced at third and Kruger
flew out to Drennen.
Oakland cinched the game In the
eighth when Dunleavy hit for his sec
- ond two Backer and Bchlafley was hit
by a Wild shoot. Kruger flew out to
Drennen, after which Btrelb singled to
center and Drennen allowed the ball to
. roll between his under-plnnlng and Dun
' leavy and 8chlafley scored, 8trelb going
to third. Devereaux struck out for the
second time and the run-getting was
The score follows:'
AB. R. H. PO. A. K
Drennen. c. f.
' Castro, r. f.
Raymond, a. a
Nadeau. 1. f. .
Bteelman, 0. . .
Thielman . .
Totals 36 1 27 12 t
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Francks, a c .
Mosklman, a a
Oanley, r. f.
Dunleavy, 1. f.
Kruger, r f . . .
Byrnes, c . . . .
Buchanan, p. . .
SI t I 27 I
'Thielman batted for Iberg in ninth.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
I f 14 1 T I.
Portland 10000000 0 1
Hits 11110001 1
Oakland 00200002 0 t
Hits . . 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 2 08
Stolen bases Nadeau, Btrelb. Bases
on balls Off Iberg, 2. Struck out By
Iberg. 6; by Buchanan, 2. Sacrifice hits
Drennen, Iberg, Oanley, Buchanan.
Two-base hits Dunleavy 2, Kruger.
Left on basea Portland. 9; Oakland..
Hit by pitched ball Bchafley. Passed
ball Steel niaji. Time of game One
hour and (0 minutes. Umpire Mc
Carthy. CAJT LEAGUE.
At Hew York.
St Louis 2 2
New York 3 10 1
Batteries Howell and O'Conner; Clax
ton and Klelnow.
R. H. E.
Boston I I 2
Chicago 1 4
Batteries Gibson and Crlger; Smith
and Mc Far land
R. H. K
Washington o 4 0
Cleveland 1 11 1
Batteries Patten and Klttredge, Joss
Detroit 4 ( (
Philadelphia T I I
Batteries Mullen and Bevllle; Bender
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land yachts that competed In the re
gatta have left for home except the Ori
ole and Zephyr. The Oriole waa severe
ly Injured in a collision with the steam
er Potter. The owner Intends to sue for
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settled this week when the rival
who desired to pull off the bout
Armory building, which is one of
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The long shot fiends had their inning
at Irvlngton track yesterday afternoon,
when Badly Uaed, an 80 to 1 shot,
walked home a winner from a bunch of
"skates" In (he first rare, and mulcted
the bookmakers out of a coo! $4,600
chunk of coin. There were only a few
of the live ones on the winner, and they
kept their tip so quiet that scarcely
anybody outside of the owner, W. C.
VI veil, and he man who placed the
money, knew that there was anything
doing. Badly Used has been a consistent
trailer for many moons, never being
sble to come within a furlong of the
money, but his owner believed that if
he started his nsg often enough, some
day he might get Into company as bad
as he himself and prance away with
first honors. In this dr:am Vlvell was
right. Badly Uaed, according to his ap
pelatlon, waa properly named. After
running poorly on Thursday, he was
entered again yesterday, but In a poorer
class of horses. When the odds opened
at iO and there were no takers, the
bookies raised them to 76. When thst
figure was shown on the board, a prom
inent betting man of this city, bet 226
on him to win. Bookmaker Jones see
ing the bet made called across to the
bettor end said: "If you come over to
my book. I will give you 20 to V The
wise gentleman promptly said: "I'll take
you for 210 acroea the board," and
the bet was recorded. This ssme man
then put up sufficient to make his win
nings about 24,000 In solid cash. .The
bookies smiled, not even giving the bet
a vsgrant thought until the race was
on. When the barrier flew Badly. Uaed
was well uaed and he got swsy second
and was In the lead by' a head at the
quarter. The crowd thought that his
spurt was only temporary, but when he
still kept his lead at the half, and three
quarters by a length, and maintained
It into the stretch the bookies wore
looks thst would not wear off. Down
the home atretrh they came. Badly
Used first and being hard pressed by
Our Choice. Closer and closer Tullett
forced his mount to the long shot, but In
the last stride, Stewart gave Badly
Used a final thrust and hla good old head
shot scross the wire by a nose In front
of Our Choice. It waa a pretty finish
and the crowd's breath had gone.
Imagine an 80 to 1 shot winning. Vlvell
and his bettor were hsppy ss a result
and the bookies were correspondingly
unhappy. The Judges sent for the bet
ting aheets at once, and scanned them
carefully, mat said nothing.
Young Pepper. In the third rare, was
another good thing for the talent, and
almost everybody had a bet on him.
Jack O'Brien will battle before the Tuxedo club, formerly the National A. C. club of Philadelphia on the night of Wednesday, September 7. This was
boxers mat to consider bids for their six-round battle. The Tuxedo Athletic club made an offer of 75 per oant of the gross gat receipts. J. B. Creamer,
in the National Baseball park, offered 80 per cent of the receipts. The fighters considered the Tuxedo club offer the bettor, as the club has an option on
the best in Philadelphia, adapted for a boxing contest.
Hogg got - him away third and at the
half had him first by three lengths. Hogg
encountered all kinds of trouble en
route. His saddle girth broke and hla
right stirrup did likewise, but the plucky
young jockey held on for dear life and
hanging on by a hair, pushed his stop
ping mount over a winner. It was a
wonder that Hogg was able to hold on
considering his troubles, but his game
ness endeared him to the crowd who hsd
plunged heavily upon him.
Swift Queen was a good thing for the
bettors In the second event. The Queen
wss quoted st 7 to 10 and went to the
post at 2 to t well played. Herbert got
her away in good shape and was never
troubled, Welar coming not within two
lengths of her.
Tom Klngsley upset Juan Belardo's
ambition to enrich the talent In the
fourth raca Belardo went to the post
at even, while Lady Rice carried a f
to 6 price. Belardo got off in good
style and kept the lead to the wire,
where he was nosed out of a victory by
Klngsley. Failure of Belardo to win
saved the bookies a lump sum.
My Surprise and J. V. Klrby were
the favorites In the fifth and sixth
races and they performed to the satis
faction of the talent, both winning by
safe margins. Red Damsel got a bad
start and couldn't catch the stride.
First race, Beven furlongs, selling
Badly Used, 107 (L. A. Jsckson), 20 to
1 won; Our Choice, 107 (Tullett). to
S second; Montoya, 107 (T. Stewart), 20
to 1. third. Time, 1:12.
Second race, four and ons hsjf fur
longs. Belling Swift Queen, 104 (Her
bert), S to 6. won: Molar, 105 (Hoi
brook), t to 1, second. Brookdale, 100
(Fttxpatrlck), 12 to 1, third. Time,
Third race, five and one half furlongs,
selling Young Pepper. 102 (F. Hogg),
even, won; Harka, 10& (Holbreok), 7 to
6, second; Rlceful. 100 (Kent), 10 to 1.
third. Time, 1:0.
Fourth race, five and one half fur
longs, selling Tom Klngsley. 102 (Her
bert), 4 to 1, won; Juan Belardo. 107 (I.
Powell), even, second; Lady Rice, 100
(Kent). 6 to 5, third. Time, 1:02H.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling My
Surprise, 107 (I. Powell). 2 to t won;
Lady Kent. 106 (Holbrook). 2 to 1, sec
ond; Profitable. 102 (Fltapatrlck), 26 to
1. third. Time, 1:144.
Sixth race, one mile, selling t. V.
Klrlfy, 107 (Holbrook), even, won;
Chickadee, 106 (W. Coleman), 2 to 1,
second: Ooid Finder. 107 (Tullett), to
1, third. Tlme,l:42Vi.
VAOXTTO COAST LZAOUH.
clubs. : I
Taroma 0 01
Seattle 0 . .
Los Aaeeles 0 4..
I'.rtland 0 4
lUa Prancisee 2 6 0
Oakland 0 8 2
Preferred Stock Canned (roods.
Allen A Lewis' Beat Brand.
TIE VICTORIA TEAM
The Portland lacrosse team played an
Interesting match with the crack Vic
toria team at the Astoria regatta yester
day and the result was a draw, 2 to 2.
The contest was a brilliant one, the
Portland boys putting up a great game.
The two teams arrived here last night
and will play Sunday afternoon at Haw
In the Victoria team they have two
men playing that played here nine years
ago, when Victoria and Vancouver were
in Portland. The two men are George
Snider and Art Belfry, the captain of
the Victoria team. They alao have an
other old lacrosse, player who used to
play In the Shamrocks of Montreal, but
has given up the game now. His name
Is Thomas Hooper, president of the Vic
toria club. Stan Peele, the famous
Westminster lacrosse player. Is also
playing for Victoria and Is one of the
fastest men, having played for the
Westminster boys four years ago when
they went eaat and played the Sham
rocks, Montreal and the National la
crosse teams, all of Montreal. The
Westminster lacrosse club won all the
games through the aid of the wonder
ful playing of Stan Peele. William
Glaholm is another wonder from
Nanalmo and very few can paas him.
He is also a clever stick handler. The
two oldest players that have been play
"Handsome" Dan Lally,who is to join
the local team tombrrow, was at one
time one of the greatest outfielders in
the country. . He has been playing ball
longer than Piggy Ward or George Van
Haltren and whether he has gone back
or not we cannot say until he has played
here awhile. Lally requested Fred Ely
for a poeltton last") kilter, but ss the
local outfield waa already filled Ely
could not use him.
Krve Beck Is having a temporary bat
ting slump which we hope he will soon
shake off, for his timely bingoes are
missed by the local fans.
Jimmy Buchanan and his side partner,
Jimmy Byrnes, or Boynes, ss Jack Mc
Carthy calls It, worked together nicely
yesterday. Buchanan had everything in
the pitching .line.
Billy Dunleavy distinguished himself
by rapping out two two-sackers yester
day which helped offset his muff of
Nad en u" n liner in the second.
Skel Roach is slsted to put a crimp
Into the Oakland's winning streak this
afternoon and Doc Mosklman will oppose
TUBWF.R WTJTSJ OH A fOUL.
(Journal Special Serriee.)
Ogden, Utah. Aug. 27. Rufe Turner,
of Stockton. Cel., was given the decision
over Barney Mullln. of Butte, Mont.,
on a foul In the fourth round of what
was to have been a 20-round contest.
Turner had the best of the contest
ing for the Victoria boys for years are
Art Belfry, captain, and George Snider,
and they both are hard men for anyone
to pasa Victoria also has a goal
keeper that has no equal and all the
crack teams on the coast ars after him.
James Mollis, who has been treasurer
of the Victoria lacrosse team for the
last three or four years, will be playing
again tomorrow for the Victoria boys.
He la another eastern crack, having
played for the Montreals.
With the Victoria team la the famous
trainer who is known all over the world
aa a trainer and prise-fighter. He is
Bob Foster, better known to the boys
as "Tulip." He Is 63 years old and as
quick on his feet aa a cat or aa any of
the young boys.
The lineup for tomorrow's game will
be as follows:
8. Lortmer goal.., J. Braden
A. Belfry point A Stewart
Capt. McConnell. cover point.... J. Oddy
Geo. Snider... 1st defence... T. Jennings
Jaa Mellls....2d defence-. .... J. Brown
R. Rosckamp..2d defence T. Haas
W. Glaholm center J. Wallace
D. Clegg 2d home S. Hague
J. Richmond. . .2d home...F. Lawrence
T. Crocker 1st home Thurston
A. Stevens. . .outside home.M. McCance
Sam Peele. . .tnsloja home. . .Alex Smith
R. H. E.
0 6 4
New York '
Batteries Brown and Kllng; Elliott
and Warner. Umpires Emslle and
At St. Louis.
R. H. E.
St. Louis 12 I
Boston 2 8 I
Batteries Nichols and Grady; Willis
and Marshall. Umpire Zlmmer.
Batterlea Lynch and Phelps: Corrl-
don and Dooln.
First race Eldred, Black Cloud, Bati
dor. Second race Homage.
Third race Sallle Goodwin, Ball Reed,
Fourth race Forest King. Illowaho.
Fifth race Instructor, Nonla
tflxth race lnvlctus. Suburban Queen
ASTORIA BOWLalRS WTJT.
(Jnn.ntl Spactsl :rvlee.)
Astoria, Or., Aug. 27. The Commer
cial club team of this city defeated the
Multnomah club bowlers of Portland for
the regatta trophy by the following
Commercial club 212 261 220 S4I
Multnomah club 248 224 228 239
TO REFEREE MATCH
Jack Lally, a famous lsc'rosse player
from Ottawa, Canada, arrived hare last
evening for a few days' visit, and he
will referee the Portland-Victoria match
on Sunday afternoon at Hawthorne park.
Lally waa a atar member of the Ottawa
team eight years ago and won many
honors on the field. Mr. Lalry is the
patentee of the Lally lacrosse stick,
which Is used all over the world where
over lacrosse Is played.
FACTFIC HATXOHAZ. LEAGUE.
m J J
Butte. 0 0 1 000 00 1 2 6 8
Salt Lake 11000100 02 7 2
Batteries Bandelln and Swindells;
Esslck and Hansen. Umpire Davis.
R. H. E
Boise 0 0 1 00000 0 1 4 1
Spokane 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 02 7 t
Batteries McFarlan and Hanson;
Hogg and Stanley.
referred Stock Oaaaad Goods.
Allen A Lewis' Best Brand.'
For the balance of the season to close out and
make room for other goods, we will sell all
BASE BALL QLOVES, MITTS, MASKS, BALLS
AND BATS' at 'greatly reduced prices. The
chance of a life time!
Bargains in Second-hand and New BICYCLES
TWO DOLLARS UP
.Big stock of Loaded Shells, Huntins? Coats, Leggins and Belts
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GRAMEY STOPS THE OOBTZST
(Journal Special Service.)
San Francisco, Aug. 27. Jim Jeffries
did to Jack Munroe exactly what the
public expected In last night's battle at
the Mechanics' pavilion, and once more
the fight fans feel that they were badly
bunkoed, and they certainly were. It
is not going too far to state thst the
much heralded miner from Butte didn't
have one chance in a million, unless
Jeffries suffered the breaking of hla two
The fight didn't laat two rounds, Mun
roe being pounded ao badly after 42 sec
onds of the second round had passed
that Referee Graney stopped the light
and declared Jeffries the winner.
The fight was a disappointment to
those who expected to see Munroe make
aa good a showing as he was reported
to have made in Butte, when he boxed
Jeffries four rounds. The Butte men
was never in It in the slightest, ths only
wonder being that be wasn't killed In
the first round, having been knocked flat
on the canvas four times, the gong
alone aavlng him. He presented a piti
able sight as his seconds rushed him to
his corner, blood streaming from his
mouth, and nose. Jeffries walked to his
corner entirely unconcerned, as though
nothing had happened. The crowd
quickly saw that the fight couldn't laat
another round, so they took their re
venge on the miner by hissing him for
his poor showing.
The second round opened with a rush.
Jeffries forced the fighting. Inflicting
severe punishment, pounding his oppo
nent's fsce to a pulp. The miner ap
peared absolutely helpless and afraid.
A hard right on ths tip of the jaw sent
him to hla knees and while In that po
sition Referee Graney stopped the con
test. Munroe never landed a blow on the
champion and the only mark Jeffries re
ceived was a alight scratch on the arm.
which he got during a clinch. Monroe
presented a sorry exhibition after the
fight, his best friends being scarcely abla
to recognise him, ao badly waa his face
swollen and disfigured.
The ratal Rounds.
Round 1 They stepped quickly to the
center and sidled around. Jeff pawed
the air with hla left to draw Munroe's
fire. Munroe tried with left and right
for the body and was short. Jeffries
hooked him In the wind with the left
and they clinched. Jeff was there again
with the left body punch and another
clinch. Munroe missed a left for the
head and they clinched again. When
they parted Jeff rammed a hard left on
the stomach and Munroe swung a right
on the ribs. They broke away from a
clinch and Jeff floored Munroe with a
left on the temple. The miner was up
at the count of four and waa met with
two left hooks on the body and a rasp
ing left on the Jaw. The miner was
game, but clumsy and amateurish. He
slid a light left over Jeffs shoulder,
Just scraping the face, and Jeff beat
him back to the ropes with snappy half
arm lefts On body arid face. Munroe
backed Into a corner. As he tried to
come it again Jeff dropped him to his
knees with a left hook and uppercut
him with a stinging right on the chin
as he was falling. There were cries of
foul, but the punch was perfectly fair.
Munroe arose wearily and was tumbled
with another crushing left The blow
closed his right eye completely. He got
up and lurched toward Jeff. They were
clinched when tne new rang, munroe
face was In a bad way, and his seconds
busied themselves sponging off the
blood. Jeff grinned in his corner.
Round 2 Jeff came quickly to the
scratch with his left arm sticking out.
He drew it back to his side, and Mun
roe lowered his head, ducked in and
clinched. Jeff pushed him away and
banged him on the nose wlththe left,
bringing blood. Munroe tried to clinch
again, and Jeff nearly tore his head off
with a right uppercut Then a quick
fire left on the face sent Munroe to the
mat The word 'loser" waa stamped all
over him, but he dldnt' try to hug the
floor. He spread his legs and raised
himself. He was covered with blood,
and another smash, between the eyes
sent him to the boards again as he rest
ed on his side and wriggled his legs.
Graney looked toward the miner's cor
ner aa If Inviting Interference. No sign
came from Munroe's seconds, and mean
while the miner reached his feet and
stood there wobbling. His knees were
bending and he made feeble attempts to
pat up his guard. Jeff looked first at
the referee and then at Munroe's sec
onds, and then tore In again. The
champion used both hands on the miner's
body, and poor Jbck doubled in two and
went back to the ropes. Jeff followed
(Continued on Page Eleven.)