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Some of the poses of AL Kaufman, the San Francisco amateur heavy
: weight champion. In action. Kaufman, who is only 19 years of age,
--- shows- such great speedtscience; end. Jiitting power -that "John' Lr
Sullivan, after seeing him work, pronounced him the coming cham -pion
of Jthe world. . I v.
Locals Land. on Oakland fitchers
tnd Drive ' Out poubles, '
. Trtpies and a Homer.
H'HALE KNOCKS OUT I :
CLEAN CUTi HOME RUN
Commuters New Pitcher Is Treated
' Badly by the Portland Slufgerm
: UcLean and McHak's Batting and
Atx Fielding Were the Features.
PorUand. OaUand. S. , J i
Batteries Jonas and McLean; Blexlud,
ttevereanx and Hackctt. t
- . Portland defeated Oakland yaaterdar
afternoon In the easleat possible faah
ton. tae score beins 14 to .' From the
rerr start of the aama It looked aa If
the loraJs vera out for blood, and before
Ions It was quite evident that nothing,
could stop r afcCredla'a Tinea. " Oakland
presented a new twlrler In the. person
of Mr. Blexlud. and before the same
Dad sone far Into tue fifth lnnlns, mat
ter looked very dlacouraslns for the
Commuters' t latest' recruit, and after
tarry 8chlaly knocked out a - triple,
' scoring three men. Van Haltern relieved
the . new . man . and aubatituted , "Brick
Pevereaux. the "old war dog." It was
certainly Portland' day for batting, and
when tba smoke cleared away four
doubles,'- triple and a bom run' went
to th locale' credit. -
." Th match" started nicely. ' la.th
second Inning McLean and McHale got
extremely buay with the stick and three
well-placed double scored two runs. In
th fourth Inning a single by Francke
. ad s triple by Dunleavy, with a fly to
- 'ouseholder enabled the. .visitor to tie
j the score. In tb locals' half of the
urth Inning, with two Tout. McHale
"ted one over the fence and then the
-crls forged to the front once again.
. i to fifth Inning the locale gave the
1 -ritore a touch, of high' life. Bert
Jnea got a. base on balls and At was
rare on Mosklman's error. Van Buren
t a, base on balls and Mitchell fol
wed fashion and got a pass, forcing
mes home. Larry Bchlafjy enme up,
1 before the natives knew what had
-pened. Laary drove n triple to the
ce, scoring At. Van Buren - and
shell. ' Then Mr. Blexlud made hi
"Brick" Devereaux ascended the
i, and aside from McLean'a double.
. i . t scored Bchls.iy, there win nothing
r s- 1 f-in In the sixth -Brlck".let
k .e !... down without a run. but In
tne seventh an error, with a brace of
Via,- p' ' 1 th locals two mora tallies,
This a- d th scoring for-Portland.-.
.. -, i at 1 artland- Jones jltcAed..a . clave
rama. keening the six hlta well scat
. t"4 th fourth lnnlns a alnsfs
and a triple netted two rune, and In
the ninth chapter a slngl and -a double
sent Ihjnleavy across the pan. Jonea
waa'Slven aliaost faultless support.. th
work of At at short being oi tn sen
sational order. . Sweeney was slower of,
.strength at third, and his Jimeiy ooudi
was productive of two, runs. "McLean
as In tip-top shape and his work added
the gaiety of nations, especially his
'n. In four times up jaciean
S off two doubles and a single.
was also strong with the wll-
i a-made a alncle. double and
run. Van Buren alao touched tb
h -ood effect.
.nd appeared to outclass th vis
i at every stag of the game. Oak-
.ented -an ntlreW new battery.
"l Ilaeku. T-he rrrrmer ha
d and rurvea. but didn't seem
' 'a enough hefor drllverln
i nt look the goods, al
i i .her fat ana pudgy- "-
How the Coast League Men Are Catting
Tennis Tournament at Iryinjton . lacrosse
Match at M. A. A. C. Field Coxinj Sports.
alrk and Qraham will. obpos each ethitr
thi afternoon. Th acora: "
PORTIAND. : . , '
" 7V AE R. H. PO. A. E.
Ata, aa, 4 I
an Buren. It. ...... 4 1,
nitf'livit., JD, .i.-..:.
1 13 -I
, i o
Sohlafly, Jh. ........ 8 1
Householder, rf. ..... 9 1
Mrlan, . 4 '
McHale, cf. 4 3
Sweeney, Sb. 4
Jonea, p. s 1
..'.......-. It 11 IT 11
OAKLAND." - . , -
van HinrM.,',.., 4 0.01 1
rancM, an. .....v.. 4-11
DtiBteavy, it S I X
Kroger,- rt 4 - 1
Keny. so. ........ 4 . 0..1
Moaklman, )b. '4 4 0
IvruJ,lU-On. -4 -
WlemTnt.-p.-"r: 7 1 dt
Rlcharda, ab.. , 1
TeUls . t .:. ." .'. : . . ! .M - I 14 14
" 'BCORE BT INNINGS. .'
' 1 --- -On-,
Porttahd ltlil.it 14
Mtts . .0 1111111 a
Oakland . I t 1 t t t 1 S
, Hits ltllMU-
Struck out Jonesj 7; by Blexrud.
I; by Devereaux. 1. Bases on balls OS
Jones, 1;' off Blexrud, 4; off Devereaux,
1. Two-base tilts rKelly. McLean 1. Mc
Hale, Sweeney, Dunleavy. Three-base
hits Dunleavy, Schlafly. Home run
Mr Hale. Left on bases Portland, 8:
Oakland, t. Sacrince. hi Atx. Stolen
baae MltchelL Innings pitched By
Blexrud, t; by-Devereaux, 4. ' Baae hits
Oft Blexrud, 4. Runs scored by oppo
nents at time Pitcher Blexrud was taken
out, i. iime oi gameone hour and
minuiea. empire aicupnald.
AK6ELS GIVE THE TIGERS
A SEVERE DSUBBIIiG
After Making a Dozen Hits, the
Tacorra Players Could Not
f Bunch Them to Win.
' (Special tMamtcb t Ise JvarssLI
Tacoma. wali, Sept. 2. In a heavy
slugging game yesterday tb Angels de
feated th Tiger 11 to 3. Th Tiger
touched up Gray for a dosen hits,, but
could not bunch ' them sufficiently to
garner runs. , Fltsgerald was knocked
out or the box. . The score:
. . - v TACOMA. -
, r Aa att po. a:e.
Doyle, rf...,i,, . list
nneenan, so. ........ I I t
Nordyke, lb. -.. . . , 4. t 1 12
Hasan, as. .......... f t 1 2
McLaughlin. If. , i . . . I t , t I
Lynch, cf.-p. ,..,., 1 1 t t
Casey, .2b, . . ,', .... 4..2.0
HOgmn. c. ........... 4 t I t
Fttsirerald, P. ....... t t t 1
tsrown,. p. -ci. .., 4 t t 1
ToUla.. ........... 1 it 17 It
' ' , , AB. R. H. PO. A. B
Flood, -b. ....... t t 1 I . 4 t
Baum, lf. -r1,-.rrt-7r t
Toman, lf.-lb. ....... fTT ft t
Smith, lb. 4 2 1 t -t t
Dlllonlb. t'nn n n r t -1 -1 1 f '"f
"!A4-J -J f
Spies, j' '
T.UU i 41 11 It tT It
score bt Innings,
.TTTTTf t 1 t i o l
t I 1 i t I 1 211
.....4 1 I 1 1 4 t t 111
Hits r ..."
: una .. . ...
t 1 4 t 1 1 1 t 111
Struck out By Lynch. 1: bv rtraw. T
2"i,4I.bl1! Off Fltxgerald,' lj-off
.'svwas. MU 4VJ HVH, gj Oil iTfm X, t
un 1 1 r- iin
Stolen baaea tin.. r .
hltslkoyle, Nordyke) Casey,
Horn run Ura
ni i. mtm simk-ivb, . , iKomL j. Dou
ble plays Fltsgerald to Nordyke to Ho
ran: Cravsth to Spies. Left on bases
, roma J I; Loa-Anaelee; --,nn,n(,
ritcned By Fltsserald. 1; by Brown, 1;
I v Lynch, I. Hits Off rt Us. raid t
! Brown. I; off Lnrh, 4. Time of
ne One hour and 44 minutes. Urn
. Perrlnv "
Tiis cszGOir Sunday jouniiAt, PonTtAND. Sunday
v; ;' Hp.
II. - . szzr --z-Tt - frl 1
Kitty- the . Angelio Utility Per
; former, Continues to Connect.
With Pitcher's Curves.
IS THE MOST.
Portland's Big: Catcher Swings With
Terifxc Force Householder Drops
Down- a Few Pegs Last Week
Shields Holds Nominal Lead. ;
' "Kitty" Brashear, utility man In the
Loa Angelea team, continue to hit the
ball with pleastng regularity. Charlie
Shields is the nominal leader, hitting
lit for' 110 time up. McLean la really
th. heaviest . hitter in the league and
also the most consistent. Householder
fell down .a- few points lately. , The av
erages of all player batting .100 and
over, from the first of the season up
to and Including August 17, are as fol
Players " , Y
KM Me, - Seattle -s . . ;-. . ;
Brashear, jm Aarelr
Blankeeahlp. Heattie . . . .
Illlflehraad, Has rraarlaee
WaMron. Saa Fraartoco .'
ilowbolter. Portland ...
.- 4S :
- a ' 1
' H ' 7
' ii i
.- T .
T 1 -
Irwla. Hao KraorlBco.V.
Itanleavy. Oakland ....
Nralea, saa Francises .
Nnrdrke, Tamma ......
tvavath. Lot Aacelea ...... 44 '
Dlltf. 1m Aasrlea .,....,,. -
Smith, lt Anavlra ...... ...4I1
Kane, Seattle 441
Kasaa. Tarmna Mf
Krasrr. Oakland ,. r,. ...... .4
Mrklatj, Partlaad ,.W2
Iioyle, Taeoou a4S
Hbeehaa, Taeoau ...........IMS
Hall It., Seattle.. ,.4 -
lloula. Heattie ,42
Wheeler, Han Francisco .....3N.1 1
rrary. Heettle ..........a .
Bernard. Loa Angeles ,4T
McLaushltn. Tirama 4M
Van Haltrea. Oakland . ..,..oa
Muaklinan. Oakland J....I.-..1.T1
Ata. INa-tland ...,r,,M7
Flood. Loa Aoarlea ....... ...444
now, Mjam ilRrip. ' .17 ' ST
Mrllale, Heattie and Portland. bas 3
Gray, Las Ansclia .......... a '. 72
KVII.T. Oakl.ixi : 41 . 1(4
Miller, Saa Fraa. and Seattle. M
Ca-y, Tarama Mt " m
Walters, Has Fran-'aad Saa.nMl ' m
Baser, IM Aniflr. . ........ 1X0 aa
Hosaa W.. Oakland Knt Kl
Orahani C. Tatoma .3M 7
Franeks. Oakland ......... .47 . v m
Jonea, Portland ............. Jo . at
Vaa Pttrra. IWIUM i ...... 41
Brahaaa O--Oaklaad. IH4
Mohler, Saa Fraoclac ,
.111 fL-22 -'.Sue
..1S iff 'JU0
Halt C, Seattle w A,
.PACIFIC COAST, LEAGUE
Los Angelea ,
a. a Fraaeisre
- Olos Went Aeeept. f
Dal Desbrlaay, the Victoria oarsman,
has challenged Ed Otoss of Portland to
a single scull race at victoria some
time this month, but owing to business
Oloss will be unable Id accept the chat
lenge --. Gloss ha ; dale tad.. Daabrlssy
several tlmea at the oar. t
Woodburn Independent: Th hop In
duatry will- prove th laalVatlon of ithe
.rV'Ulamett valley thlfyear.
SAII FRAKCfSCO DEFEATS
SEATTLE : SI17ASHES
Although . Seattle OutbatS : the
Seals, the Puget Sounders
Could Not Deliver Coodr.
(SpeeUI Dwpstch't Tbeiraraal.1
San Franciaco, Sept. 2. " Although
they outbatted the Seals today, th 81
washes wer outplayed in every other
department of the gam and lost -4 to 2.
An rror at ftrst base by Frary in the
st 1 Hilling 11 uiesenled "W-ltci
run and Charley Hall gave them ' an
other when ' Hlldebrand scored on his
wild - pitch. Nealon s fielding was th
feature of the game, hi double play,
unajalted.,bclng sensational, r Score ?-
,-. - -i . , .(. SEATTLE.. ,,
'-'-' , :-; V AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Walters, rt ......... 4 0 10 4
Miller, cf. 4 0
Kane, .tb 4 0
Blankennhlp. c 41
Frary, lb. 4't
Houts, If. .-. 1,1
Runkle. lb. ...I 0
R. Hall, aa. ......... t
C. Hall, p. .......... I t
ToUli.. ..........SI, t 1 11 II I
i, ': BAN FRANCISCO. ' '
''- ..". . . . . .ab.r.h.po,a:e.
Wsldron, cf. 2 1 t I t t
Mohler. 2b. - t-'l-t-t-lt
Hlldebrand, If.- 1 t t 1 t
Irwin, lb. ........... 1 111 1.4 1
Nealon. lb. S 0; 1 11- 0 -1
Spencer, rf. ......... 1 4 t 2 t 0
Gochnauer, as. ...... 2 t 0 2 4 I t
Wilson, e. 1 0 0 2 1. 4
Henley, p. I t t t 1 t
.Totals..'... .22 -4 4 17 17
BCORE BT INNIKGS."
Seattle ... .0 t t t 1 1 t 0 02
Hits . . ...(....0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 t 8
Ban Francisco ...l t I 2 0 t 1 t 4
Hits . , 0 4 0 1 0 1 2 0 4
: ' BUMMART.
1 wiruai. ill mvui,i a, n. flail.
Sacrifice hits Mohler, Hlldebrand,
Spencer, Oochruuier. First base on er
rors Seattle, 1; Ban Francisco, i. Stolen
buses Mohler, Hlldebrand. Blanken
ahlp, Houts. Bases on balls Oft C, Hall,
2: off Henley. 1. Left on bases Seat
tle, J; San Francisco, 2. . Struck out
By Hall. 4; by Henley,. L Double plays
Nealon . (unassisted); Gochnauer to
Mohler to Nalon Wild pitch C. HalL
Time of game One -hour and 24 min
utes. , umpire uovis. . ..
- tie With Vancouver
.' An ' exciting game of ' lacrosse wn
played at Multnomah field yesterday
afternoon, . between the Portland and
Vancouver '" team, - th score ' resulting
in a. tie. I" to I. A falr-slxed crowd
witnessed the sport. Tomorrow after
noon th teams will Play. Ih ooncludlng
match. Th lineup was: - - - -Vancouver."
" ' " - - Portland'.
T. Campbell . t .foal . Banderaon
W. Madison ......point........ Hyath
11 ancox...... .cover points ... .,Porer
Ritchie first defense. v, . Campbell
Payne ... .second defense. ,, Jennings
Cameron ........ center .... . Hamilton
14ttlo ..il r. itrrfrd fwm. .... ;".'"HoTd
Knight ..... second home.v McDougaU,
wuigiey nrst noma.., McNIcholl
Clarkson . .... outside- bom. . William
Douglas . inside home. McKay
JOE WALCOTT STILL "
AFTER A CONTEST
;" " ' - Joornal Special Serrlea.) "
. Boston, Sept. 2 -r-Joe Walcott ha not
retired from - th ring. He mad that
statement today and then he went on t
tell why. he wa (till entitled to om
consideration, ; ' ' "'
"My hand is all right,' th colored
boxer ald. , "Last week I went down to
Jacksonville..- where there werg s coflfHe
of colored boxer with vision -of be
coming champlona. ,
"A friend of mine asked 'me. If I
would try them out and I did. The pair
of then! did not last six round all totd.
and It was a good test of my injured
hand. . I knocked - them both out and
the hardest punches were banded out by
the hand that had been snot. It did ribt
jar it a bit.' i--:'.'- . ,
"So I -am back In the. game again.'
am ready .to fight any one . who claim
to be th- welterweight champion. No
one ha defeated me at that weight'
lnce I beat Robe Ferns for th title
at Buffalo. I don't car who comes
along looking for a bout. "Honey' Mel-
Jody might be anxious to meet me and I
am ready.-- - .-'--- .-.-a -.rf-. ,.
1 -hav .bad - good rest and -now I
am in fin shape. . I shall -not be oar-
ttrcuisr auoui tue weight unless the man
who lights m clalma to be a welter
weight and I looking .for : th title.
Then b will have to make weight for
UNfc 10 TWENTY SHOT
FIRST AT SHEEPSHEAD
(Special Dispatch' by Leased Wire to th Journal)
Sheepahead Bay. N. Bept,'2. Tes"
terday's race results were:, -
Steeplechaae, handicap, three and ' a
half miles Buck OTIowd (Roderick). St
to 1, won; Ploua, second; Grandpa, third.
Time," :lt-t. ' 1: '., .v--:.' -
Slxurlongs Pat Bulger (O'Neil). It to
I, won; Marjoram, second; Cloten, third.
Time. 1:13 2-6. .;-.
' Seven furlongs,. Flatbush stakes-
Yankee Consul., lit (J. Martin). -J to 1.
won; Timber,' second; 'Whimsical, third.
Time. 1:24. .'.-v.- . .'- --- '..,'-
sane ana a uaji . ceniury eysonoy
(Nlcol), 1 to 10, won; Broomstick, sec
ond; Eugenia Bnrch, '- third. . - Tim.
It (Be well), to 1 . won; Sterling, sec
ond; OddeUa, third. Time, 1:07 2-J.
One. and on sixteenth miles Don't
Ask Me (Romanelll). t to 1, won;
Pronta aecond; Fleur de -Marc, third.
Xime, l:4l-l. . V".
A" man in . Philadelphia laughed ' so
long and loud at th bewhlskered Joke,
Why doe a chicken cross the street T"
that he dislocated his Jaw. Why can't
these Philadelphia people let ' burled
things alone T- , "
Clanti Give the Oaklandsrs a Cood Ceatln
' rals Ceat Timers Seals Vanquish
Ciwchev Qotsip of the Sporting World.
DANE TO 1X1
Manhattan Thinks That Britt
k Will Not Be-Able-to With
expects Victory about v
" THE TWENTY-EIGHTH
New York Expert Declaref Thar the
Result Will Depend Upon Who Is
the More Rugged Bpxer-i-Nelson
Is in the Best of Condition.'. " -
k By 'Manhattan.
(StMctal Utipatck by Laued Wire U The loarnali
New YorkJ Sept 2. Th main tonta of
discussion among New Tork boxing en
thuslasta at present Is. . of .'course, the
coming Britt-Nelson pontaat, Both men
have .thousands.. of admirers in Father
Knickerbocker's town.and thar ther
will be plenty of betting support for
th champion and the man from Hege
wisch goes without sayina-. As a. Den-
aonal -friend of both th pugilists and
as on who deslres to be most, impartial
tu" t hem, " man and: mait"allke... I shall
set down 'her my personal -opinion as
to in outcome of the forthcoming "bat
tle for supremacy, t ";" ".v. I
First of all I wlUaay-4ht I think
Nelson Is an underrated man, aa I be
lieve there are many of Brltt'a friends
who count bis coming antagonlat alto
gether too cheaply.- Nelson is on of
the greatest fighters that ever' stepped
Into, an arena, He can take a world
of punishment e-d-still com on and
deliver teUing t-,wg as rf he had lust
left his dressing-room' - Whil It 1 con-
Monday in Observance of
':, : - r "'- , I' ', - ' '' ' - y-r '' ' " '
.m.'if .' i ., .... .. ' mi ... ,..y.m, . v . ' J1; "
, , ...'.ry,' 1 '. ""t ; . -t ) , ...
Tt'.rd St. Sctmcii Start
tC2TEJlWC3 FISH CLOTIZTX.'-
J. A. l.Z3Mij
ceded, that Britt is equally X wonderful -pugilist,
hw has nearly always fought
In bis own city, wher th referee, his
personal friends, war no strangers to
me net inat aa urjtt was the champion '
It was up to th other man to make the "
-I believe that the last contest between-"
Britt and Nelson should hav been de
clared a draw. I waa led to th con
clusion by th ip formation given to m "
by my friends Who sat by th ringside
during that memorable encounter. They '
iold me that . really kelson waa th '
srsor alt during th r contest and '
that at-times it seertied as If Nelsoa--
would floox hta man with a-olean kaouk
Out Mow. , v .- .
Basing raytrplnlon On the assurances :'
dT well-posted, ring followers, who Jour- '
neyed all th way to "Frisco to see the
mill and who; watched carefully every
movt mad by Nelson and Britt in their "
Uat bout, I will aay that I expect Nel--
son to win the coming contest.. I be-
lleve be will go Into jth. contest In th :
pink of condition and that h will beat .
the champion at his own game, that of.
boxing diplomatically and keeping cool -as
be waits for a chance to send In a
punitlv blow. v ' - . -,- .
There is one. queer; thing, about the- ;
sfd bets put up by. both men that has "
not a yet been explained. ' Nelson .'
wagered 210,000 with Britt that he. Net
son, would ', win-'. Now,' If. Nelson bad -
not bet this money on-even terms with '
Britt, be oould have watted until few '.
days before tha -ffghW'-and than most
likely be would .;jpt: about -ll,B40
against his money,' Instead' of 1 1 0,000. .
Th .odds will be about i to t several
day before the bout,' and It. can be Been " ,
that Nelson has apparently. Siren him--self
th worst of it on his side by about
22,640. why Nelson should put "Up his -
Aiooa-agntpat- aw eanai- amount 'w-7
gered by th champion is a pussier to
me, and I can -only excuse Nelson's ac- '
tton on the ground that as h was so -;
eager for a return -match . no let nis
haate get the better of his Judgment "
I look to see Nelson win in about 28 ,
or It rounds. ' He will certainly be right -ther
with Britt until after th twen- ,
tloth round, and after that. It seems to
me, it will only be a question aa to who ' - -
la .Via nMM mmmmA rtvtiter. ' ' '. ' ." '
Roads around Dufur worn deep by
wagons - of gralnhaulera, i t-