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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, - PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER IB, 1106
Fresno Jigers Surprise Giants
by Taking the Sunday
CHICAGO AMERICANS ARE
Whit Sox Take the Fourth Vic
tory and Deciding Game
of the Series.
(JsaraaJ Saeetei miM.i
Chicago, Oct II. The Chicago Ameri
cana ar world champions. Yeeterdsy.
In the presence of nearly 10,000 excited
fans, the White Sox demonstrated their
superiority over tbalr National rlvalh
by defeating them by tbe score of to
I. As this was the fourth victory for
the Americans, the series csme to an
end, and Prealdent Comlskey's players
were awarded the coveted honor of be
ing called world'a champions, aa wall as
receiving the lion's share of the gate re
ceipts, which amounted to $16. OSS for
11 men. Manager Chance and 18 of bis
men will receive 18,150.
Yesterday the Americana had tbelr
ye on the ball and knocked Brown out
of the box in the second Inning. Overall
succeeded Brown and managed to hold
the big fellow down to a single run
defeating th. pennant winner. In both h " - -'VsaSt
M'CREDIE PITCHED '
THE SECOND CONTEST
McGregor Was Effective in the First
Game, While Gum Wss Found at
eh Right Time Schimpff Slams
the Ball Hard in the Second Match.
Uoarul Special Service.)
Fresno, Oct. tl. The Tigers enjoyed
double doae of revenge yesterday by
Baseball Teams That Have Car
ried Off the Pennant Hon
ore This Year.
CUBS AND SOX CAPTURED
FIRST IN BIG LEAGUES
Buffalo Won the Eastern, Des
Moines the Western, Scranton the
New York State, and Portland Will
Receive Pacific Coast Banner.
gamea. In the first contest the Giants
were unable to connect safely with Mc
Oregor'a curves, and consequently suf
1 fared a ahutout. The second game laated
' only five Innings, and tbe locals found
i McCredle whenever they pleased. The
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
I 0 0 12 0
McHale, cf .
Smith. Sb. . .
Cars saw a. . .
Lister, lb. .
Gum, p. ....
Totals . ..
t S M S
Doy?e.' t . .
AB. R. H. PO A.
McGregor, p. . .
1 4 17
SCORE BT INNINGS
Portland 00000000 00
Hits 10 10 0 111 01
Fresno 0 0001000 1
Hits 00011110 4
Sacrifice hits Sweeney, McLaughlin.
Cartwrlght. Two-base hits Casey,
Dashwood. Basel on balls OUT Mc
Gregor, 1; off Oum. 4. Struck out 4By
McGregor, 1 : by Gum, !. Left on bases
Portland, 5: Freano. S. Double plays
Casey (unassisted); Casey to Delmas
.to Hogan. Time of
and Si minutes, limp
' Sweeney, aa.
Hmlth. lb. .
Carson, c .. ,
Meter, lb. .
Totsls . ..
and hla work was superb. He held the
Cubs' heaviest hitters down, and when
thlnga would begin to look oerioua he
would pitch phenomenal ball.
At the close of the gsms ths specta
tors carried the members of both teams
off ths field. The Cubs were cheered as
much aa their successful rivals. The
score of ths game:
Donohue. lb. .
Sullivan, c. . . .
white, p. . . . : .
AB. R. H PO. A. E
.5 2 4 0 0 0
'4 0 2 16
lit I I
Shekard, if. .
Schulte. rf. .
Chance, lb. . .
Tinker, ss. . ,
Overall, p. . .
Gassier . . . .
IT I 14 17 10 I
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
6 1 2 3 0 0
The following la the official Hat of
the baseball teama that have . won pen
nants this year:
League sod (Ink
Asierl.sii, Chi esse
Western. Oea Moines
New ItBgland, Worcester
South Atlantic. Baranash...
Seath Texas. Aaatln
(Sue A Peon., Ymtngat-wn. . .
Three-I, I'ailar Rapids
SC. I. T.. Vlscennes
Northern Copper. Calumet...
Booth Carolina. Camden
Iludaon Blrr. f'aterana
1'run Ohio Mary.. Catontown
Wis, oasis. La Croeee
New York State, Srrantea...
South. Michigan. Mt. .'len-ns
Iowa State, Burlington
Central. Oram) Rapid
American Aae'n., Colnmbua
Waatara Association Toneka
Pacific Coast. Portland not finished.
WHITMAN TOO STRONG
FOR SPOKANE HIGH
Won. Lost. P. C.
.110 Sf 7S.I
. . os M eio
..as r ,sm
. SB SB vn
. ST SO SOU
. TS 62 .801
. TS 42 .ess
. 71 63 .673
. 72 41 ,B3T
.SO 28 ore
. 44 IT .721
. 04 88 .018
.TO 4B .048
.74 44 .038
. 77 SO .000
S3 SB 02U
. TS 80 .070
. 40 IT .701
. 04 41 .004
.80 42 671
.TO 42 .044
. SS 48 .081
. 06 41 .018
.00 84 BT0
.88 40 878
SO 81 .060
06 BT .826
.SB SB .080
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Because we will train you for successful promotion and
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DAY AND EVENINQ. CATALOGUE.
Phona Main 59
MIL MILITARY LADS ARE
PLEASED m RESULT
Saturday's Contest at Forest
Grove Proved That -Cadets
Are a Lively Lot.
.IS I T 14 10 0
1 K! lc, cf
Woltare, rf.-p. . .
Mclau ghlin. If.
HoeTHr. C. .
AB. R. H. PO. A. F.
1 0 0 0 t 0
S 1 1 4 0 0
1 1 1 1 0 0
2 0 0 0 I 0
1 0 0 1 0 0
1 0 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 I 1 0
t 0 0 0 1 0
14 "1 ii 1 i
AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
1 1 1 4 I 0
1 0 1 1 0 0
.2 0 0 1 0 0
. 2 1 t 1 1 1
.10 0 14 0
.0 0 0 0 1 0
.0 0 0 0 0 1
.2 0 0 1 1 0
Batted for Overall In tbe ninth.
SCORE BT INNINOS
Americans ..... .1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 I
Nstlonsls .10001000 11
Left oil' bases Americans, 9: Na
tionals. . Two-baae hits Schulte,
Overall, Evers. Donohue, Dsvls. Hits
Off Brown, I In 1 2-3 innings; off Ovar
ii. I in I 1-1 innings. Sacrifice hits
Struck out By Overall. 2: by White. 1.
Bases on balls Off Brown. 1; off Over
all, 2; off White. 4. Hit by pitched ball
Chance. Time of game One hour
and 66 minutes. Umpires O'Loughlln
gameone hour : Hheksrd, Jones. Stolen
'ire r-errine. 1 Tinnhla nlav navls
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Whitman College. Walla, Walla, Oct.
It. The Whitman college "varalty foot
ball team Saturday afternoon, defeated
Spokane hltrh school by the score of. IS
to. 0. The touchdowns for Whitman
were made by Perlnger, Cuahman and
Phllbrook one being In the first half , wn)cn bucka j tormeA
and two In the aecond. The lineup of th Incp., mod. of atUc EnJ run,
the two teams was as follows: quarterback kicks, double and forwvrd
ArL C' in Peases were the most successful ground
Ollbreath . . .c Ch" sslnera. and frequently brought the
The football team of the Hill Military
academy played Lie flrat game of the
sea eon last Saturday, when It met Pa-
unlverstty's strong eleven on the
Grove gridiron. The fsct that
P. U.'s 'varalty la stronger and faster
than It baa been for several years and
that this was the first game played In
Foreat Grove under the new rules, had
attracted an unusually large crowd of
arectatora; and If they hsd come with
the expectation of seeing sn exciting
contest they were nt disappointed. The
game, though; a scoreless one, proved
faster, more exciting and more tntereat-
lns from the spectator's standpoint than
the old style game of previous years. In
Time of halvea
.re Rouse. Wilson
..Is... Borleske, Pullen
.1h Lewis. Solberg
ROSS WILL PLAY WITH
THE ASTORIA ELEVEN
Barring the fact that only two
were killed, the Vanderbllt cup race was
a huge success. I
17 4 I II 10 I
SCORE BT INNINOS.
Portland 1000 0
Hits I 0 1 0 01
Fresnp 0 1 I 0 4
Hits 1 2 4 0 S
Sacrifice hits Lister. Doyle. Two
base hit Wolters. Th re base hit
McHale. Flrat base on balls on rok.
bine; 1; off Wolters, 2. Struck out By
1. iniijnsa pucneo tfy Kob-
Wns. 1J by Woltsrs. 4. Wild pitch
rioooins. mi or pitcher Careen.
umo 01 game rtny minutes.
(Special Dtasatefe to The Jearaal.l
University of Oregon. Eugene, Oct. II.
Thla afternoon secret practice beglna
The Multnomah club squad had a with the 'varalty aquad for the Aatorla
good workout yesterday morning. Th'o game next Saturday. The Aatorla team
team la somewhat lighter than last year, Is becoming more formidable every day
but has considerable apeed. In order for though Dick Smith will not play,
to prepare for Saturday's gams with 1 Ross, the former big Columbia end
Albany the squad will practice on Tues-; Multnomah guard, la to play with the
rtav Wedneadsv and Thursday evenlnas. coast cltv club. He. with the addition 1
as Of two or three Fort Stevene players. to P. U.'B 16-yard line by a series of
Another ear has hit the telegraph pole j Dut" Jh team on a basis from which
at the shsrp turn of ths Vanderbllt cup nr",,n mv h"PP- . ,
....- t. 1. .m. i.mi The Oregon men are showing up wsll.
mind now thst the rsces are over, that 041 ' ? " practice game Saturday when
It would pay to remove the pole.
spectatore to their feet, while frequent
line and tackle bucka rurnlened sum
clent excitement for those who preferred
to eee that atyle of play.
To the visiting cadets the game did
not prove so satisfactory aa usual, and
they have sundry severe grievances
agalnat Pacific university's coach, who
acted aa one of the officials.
Hill kicked off to Pacific university.
P. TJ. made yardage onee and then lost
the ball qn downs Hill Military acad
emy from the middle of tbe field ad
vanced to P. U.'s 26-yard line and then
lost the ball on downa. P. TJ. made
yardage twice and returned the ball to
the middle or the field. At thla Juno
tur H. M. A.'s fullback. Hayes, who had
been playing a very good game, received
a broken collarbone, which made hlra
almost useless, though he gamely fin
lshed the half without complaint. H.
M. A. could not make the required die
tanoe; P. TJ. carried tbe ball about II
yards Into Hill's territory and lost it
on downa. h. m. a. advanced the ball
If Sir Thomas Upton find
apathy on yachting subjects he need not
be surprised. There ie a sport In this
country called baseball.
the first team beat the aecond II to 0
their work waa still a little ragged.
' Considerable change will probably be
anv made, which "with the surprises that
Besdek la likely to prepare this week
will win the game by a good score for
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
(Journal special Service.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. II The St. Louis
wanonaJs won from the local Americans
yesterday in the flrat game. Tbe aecond
contest was a nve-tnnlng draw
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A few experts have been quoted as
saying that the new football rules are
more dangerous than the old. This Is
the best thing we've heard about 'em.
Another minister has come out In
favor of boxing. The next announce
ment will be that be baa received a call
to another church.
It la ssld Jimmy Brltt haa great hopes j SBwasbes Bat Hard,
of Induclnar Battllne Nelson to sign up ' Uonrnai Specie! BerTlce.;
for a fight in San Francisco In Decern- toe Angeles, Oct. 16. The Slwaahea
ber. He thinks that a third contest be- hit the ball har.l and often yesterday
tween the Dene and himself would be and won. easily. The score:
VJkm Angeles . .
Oakland . . . .
, . 16
. . 66
a bigger drawing card
ttane-Nelson match but be
the only one who thinks so.
the list of money
seasoi, having 117,-
Nutboy, the Boston trotter, won seven
out of eight starta on the arena
circuit this year and cleaned up 114.771
Ed Oeers head
earning drivers thia
7 SB to his credit.
This seaaon waa the fifth for a Chi
cago team of the National baseball
league to go over 700 per cent In a pen
George Tebeau wlU have to sign new
msnagers for both hla Kansas City and
Denver fcall teama next season
From a financial standpoint the sea
aon waa the beat In the history of the
Canadian laeroaae league. The figure
for the seaaon ahow recelpte amounting
e e . -
Dick Hyland. who defeated Eddie Han
Ion, baa been placed on the list of desir
able attractions by sll the fight pro
Soma of the closest followers of
pugilism do not hesitate to express the
opinion that Jack Johnaon. the giant
black, la the moat likely heavyweight
In the country today, with the single ex
ception of Jeffries.
The Washington and Jefferson eleven
surprised the football crltlca by play
Ing a magnificent game against Prince
ton and holding the Tigers to the low
score of 0 to 0.
The circuit of horse shows In the mid
dle west begins this week with the
annual exhibition la Kansas City.
(Joarns) BatlH Barrios.)
city. Mo.. Oct ib. r-Olo teams
from Chicago. St. Louis and Louisville
and from various paints In Colorado.
Texas, Kansas and Missouri are, here to
participate In this week's tournament
for the polo championship of the west.
The tournament was opened thla after
noon en the new pole grounds at the
Kim Ridge Jockey crab.
R. H. E.
Los Angeles ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 I i
Seattle ..10100040 0 7 11 I
Batteries Burns and Eager; Vlckera
and Blankenahlp. Umpire MahnfTey.
Oaks Take Two.
"Oakland, Cel., Oct .16. The loeala
won both gamns irom the Seals yester
day. The scores:
First gams I Innings. R. H. F.
Frisco ..101O0O0C000000 0 I 0 I
OaJrl'd. .001 10 4 00000000 1 S S 1
Batteries M 'vers, Hltt and Spies;
Reldy snd HackHt.
Second gam. R. H. F.
San Franciaco . . 0 0 J) 0 0 1 0 1 S 0 7
Oakland loiAlOOl ( 7 1
Batterlas Wslch and Wllaon; Ora-
and Hacket;. Umpire Derrick.
Impure blood runs you down makes
Sou an eaay victim tor organic dlaeaaes.
urdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood
curen th" cause builds you up
giefwed stook Oaaaed Oooda.
Allen Lewis' Bst Brand.
INDIGESTION A CRIME.
(Joernal Special Hervtee.)
Butte. Mont., Oct. it. The fight be
tween Jack OKeefe end Maurice
Thompson, which waa to have been
puned off here tonight, has been de
clared off Because of the refusal of the
aelhorltiee to grant a permit
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cleverly executed double paaaee, end
rune and fierce tackle bucka. Tbe re
mainder of the half waa finished In P.
u.'s territory. In the second half P. .TJ.
twice managed to penetrate into H. M.
A 'a 'territory, and their line held better
than In the flrat half, forcing the cadete
to rely almoat entirely on bucke outelde
of tackle and end plays. Nevertheless,
H. M. A. again advanced, once to P. U.'s
8-yard ltns and once to their 11-yard
Una, from which position a field goal
waa attempted. The ball, however,
rolled along the ground and over the
goal line, eecaplng two of the. P. U.
players, who tried to fall on It. and
being recovered behind the goal line
by Hill's speedy right end. It looked
aa If It bad touched some of the P. U.
plsyers while rolling along the ground
and aa If a touchdown had been acored. 1
Howevey, the officials decided It to be
a touchback. The game ended near the
center of the field In H. M. A.'s terri
tory. For. the cadets, deprived of the
services of their regular fullback and
leftsTuard. began to show the strain of
the fiercely contested 16-mlnute halvea
and were becoming very tired.
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AUTO DRIVER DIES TO SAVE
RICH GIRL'S LIFE
Louis Lleber Wrecks His Machine
to Avod Threatening
Central Valley. N. T., Oct. !. Dealt
lng in a runaway auto down the Snake
road, which winds over the dlssy (edge
of thr Ramapo mountains with the
aheer drop of 100 feet to the valley be
low, and finding his pathway blocksd
by another nu to containing If las Cut
ting, daughter of H Fulton Cutting.
and a friend, Louis Lleber, to avoid
collision thst would be almoat certainty
fatal, threw hla life Into the balance
and was killed. As he rounded a sharp
curve on the steep deseent at express
trsln speed Lleber saw the Cutting
landaulet climbing the mountain road
Juat a abort distance below. Inetantly
he reached his courageous determine
tlon and acted.
He jammed the emergency brake on
tight, ripping the machinery to srrap-
Iron and throwing the hssvy oar right
about. But Its momentum was not to
be arrested snd It skidded to the out
side edge of the road, struck a boulder
end threw a somersault, pinning Lleber
la the wreckage.
Denver, Oct. 11. Discrimination In
freight ratee In favor of the Standard
Oil company agalnat the merchants
and manufacture of Colorado by rail
roads operating between Chicago and
Denver and points furthsr weet are al
leged to exist In the tariffs now In use,
and the merchants' trafflo association
of Denver has petitioned the Interetate
commerce commission to equalise the
rates so that the keroaene monopolists
will have no ad van tests over the average
The Interstate commerce commission
will sit In Denver during November,
perhapa aa early aa the latter part of Denver, Oct. II. Cartnetlna florino,
this month, and at that time the case ths beautiful 11-year-old Italian girl,
will be heard I charged with killing her husband, Oae-
SPOKANE MINING MAN IS
ARRESTED FOR FRAUD
J. P. Redding Charged With Ob
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Spokane, Oct. II. t. P. Redding, who
for some time haa had offices In the
Selgler block, where he waa engaged in
selling mining stock, waa arrestee yes
terdsy on ths ohsrge of obtaining
money under false pretenses. Redding
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within the laat two yeare, of which
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Palouse towns. About SB persons are
Redding is held In the county Jail
under a Sl.BOC bond. He claims a mis
take haa been made and that the com
pany la incorporated under the laws of
British Columbts. This will be looked
Into. The preliminary hearing will be
held next week In order to give Red
ding time to furnish information that
the company la Incorporated. He will
be defended by Judge Wilson of Nel
son. He had not engaged a local at
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tarto, waa found guilty of voluntary
manslaughter. The jury recommended
The crime waa committed on August
I. Oeetano Florino, double her age.
married the girl on Eeetsr Sundsy, lfvl,
and soon after Csrmellna learned that
ho had a wife and family la Italy.
She eloped with a former sweetheart,
lived with htm for several months and
returned to Florino.
On the night he met hla death Ftprtno
was writing a letter to the glrl'a brother
In Italy, telling him the girl waa Im
moral. Aa he aat writing the girl fired
the fatal abet