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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENINO, JULY 3. 1C0T.
LEAGUE AT BAT
Hill Military Acad
Groom at Top of Bearer Slab
sters Full Batting and ;
Hi TEN H1.1I.1CS
"Bassey Ties Score In Ninth
and Bats Out Victory in
.L:VU;: Extra Canto. ,
l,''-.-" ' I" i saswsnB.WnB t,
GAifc IS FULL OF"
: . STRONG FEATURES
After Henley doe ha to Pitch And
Visitor Get Lead of Two, Local
Seem t Din No Chance, bat
' !" They Make Sensational Finish."
60 - .tOt
Portland T, San Franclsoe (. : '
a Vaauena . juo Angeie a,,,.... .
STANDING OF THB CLUBS.
Won. Lost P.C.
IOs Angeles ......... I
Ban Franclso? , St '
Oakland . ............ ft
Portland .......J...... It
Portland cam through with ana yes
terday after It looked aa if old Phoabua
, himself and a-team of horses oouldn't
full It away from tha gresdy Seals,
r A Ions lead, which was Overcome
easily aa It f u eeourad, a piling up of
- run against tho who lad first, than'
Blow, creeping forward and a tla again
in th crucial Inning; finally, a finish
which "tha tight (itm won auch la tha
story of yesterday's axhlbltlon at Atb-
' ' To "Shorty- Bassey, Portland's laft
Solder, belongs th honor of lining out
-tha shot whloh aadad tha game la- Port
land a. favor la - tha tenth Inning.
"Loray Lovstt ahoald have had tha
honor la tha previous canto, but Dr
- rlok aallad hint out after ha had beaten
bis bunt and th ninth andad la a tie.
. " Fte Pitcher Wee Wp. ; :
. Five pitchers and three catchers wera
sed ap In th contest. It was ladles'
dar and. thou ah trofeeloaal ball oleV'
re nearly always fight hard for their
sama, taay fought like aempna yeeier-
&iick and EsoTa started to do th bat
tery work for tha visitors. But th
locals batted Out four hlta and four
runs In th first thro Inning and th
Pan Francisco battery was changed to
Henley and street In the fourth.-
Though Hartmaa wa wild and n
hit freely, he clayed on the mountain,
until the tenth, when,- the score being
tied, he was replaced by Klnseiia. - Hen
ley. stayed until th tenth. Ha put th
Beavers out In one-two-three order for
while. Tbn th Beaver began to
land on him and In tha tenth ha waa
replaced by oscar 4 ones.
. Portland rot three In tb third through
' a walk to MoCrdle, bunt hits by Lovett
and Donahue, v a fielder' eholc .by
Schlmpff and two unsuccessful -at
tempt to catch a men at tha plat on
ground -ball batted' by Hartmaa and
. . - YlaltOT Tl Scorei
frtsco cama back and tied matters
n tha third on singles by Shaugrmeeey
and William and tow error by Mott,
on wM throw and th .other a f um-
Portland got a lead a rain 'la th sec
ond half .by putting Casey across the
Plata on a light field hit by himself, a
steal, a fielder oholc and McCredle
hot on whloh want through Mohler's
A walk, a double play which missed
fir, aa error bySchtmplf and a two
bagger by Street put three Seal over
In th fifth and tha Portland fan
Ther waa no more scoring until th
Ighth, when three singles In line put
' McCredle over. In th ninth Bassy
tied th score by a hit. Will lam a error
and Atherton'a alnrle. and In tha tenth
Schlmpff broke th hoodoo by scoring
on a wua- mrow ny irwin, Kinseua s
sacrifice and BffssVty'g single
Tha official soorei . j - ,i
SAN FRANCISCO. .
AH. R. H. TO. A. R
fhaoghnessy, rf. .... 4 1 1 to 0
Mohler. lb. .... 4 00 It
WheeUr, sa, .10 10 4 1
HUdebrand, If. 4.1,01 0 0
frwtn. lb. 4 11 111
Wllllama, lb. I 1 111 0
Spencer, of. ......... 410960
eola, e. 1 0 0 111
- Qulek, K-DtriMiirir 1 00 040
Street, a. 10 14 0 0
Henley, p. ........... 4 0 . 0 ,0 4 0
Jonea. p. 0 0 0 0 0 0
.Total.. ........ ,.t I'll II I
AB. R. H. PO. A.
Passer, 11. ......... i
aiott, d. ............
Casey, lb ..A.......
Atherton, lb. ........
McCredle. rt ........
Schlmpff, ss. ........
Hartman, p. .........
Pokorny" . .........
klnseiia, p. .........
U I i i
ii i,i J
I It 10
i.i i to
I i i I I
I I o I I
1 0 0 0 0
t 0 0 0 0
Tou-s ....41 7 11 10 II 4
'Two out when winning run scored.
. Batted for Hartman In tha ninth.
8COBH BT INNINOS.
San Francisco . , , . .0 0 I 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 I
Hits 0 1101 11010 I
. . Portland . .. ........0 11000011 1 7
i Hits .w 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 111
. SUMMARY. ; -'
Struck out By Quick, 1; by Henley, i.
Bases on balls Oft Quick. 1: off Hart
1 man, I; Off Henley. 1. Double play
Casey to flchlmplt to Atherton, Sacrl
So -at Klnll. Stolen be so Mott,
- HUdebrand, Casey, Shaughneesy, Dona-Ji-.
Hit by pitched ball Irwin, Hart
maa. First baa on errors sn Fran
cisco, 4; Portland, I. Left on baaee
San Franc! sen, Portland. 0. Inning
pitched By Quick. I; by Henley, f ; by
Jone. 11 by Hartman, by Klneella, 1.
' pes hlta Off Quick, 4; off Henley, 0:
Oft Jones. 1; off Hartman, I. Time of
turn Two hours and It mlnutea Um-
plre Derrick. .
KOTES OF THB GAMB ' ;
What's th matter with Portland mak
ing It several straight now?
Judg Williams went to tha ball game
reeterday with the avowed Intention of
breaking tha "Jlnka." When Basdey hit
1 ''"' 'i 1 ' him" n, p.imm a m,."'di 1 " "' ' 'W " 1 wiiii.inw ,1.1 iiiip .11.1 .iigwww M.
.-...- ' .
' ' T " ' -
-A.t:.- . . . .. ,- ....... ... . , . . , ,
A goctloa of tho GroensbarK ptk, trsrerfod on tbo elgata dor of thoOUdden tour. Tho road is la western
. FooniylTanu and Is tha roughest op. tho ontlro oiiddon route.
that last bingla h was heard to say:
uian i wit you ra ao ur .
Trs-rather"Tiard on Hartman. but
Klnaelle will, eet tha official credit
tor winning yesterday's game. It waa
m lie wneu uniT went in ana me ue
was broken In favor of Portland. Erro
Klnaella did It. - Such are tha soorlng
rules. Quick get credit lor losing tne
gam. . as . jus . team was- peaioo -wnen
he was put out.
Thdt double elar In tha second kent
'Frisco from winning in the ninth.
Casey waa th star of th double aad
tne piay wa mora phenomenal tnan li
looked. The baaee were full and only
one waa out. Any old shot meant at
leaat ona run unleee a double play
ould be pulled off.- Quick knocked a
faat grounder to Caaey, who lifted --It
and, with the aaroc movement, passed It
ideways but on a line to seoond.
Schlmpff waa ther and, with one of his
fast throws, ha sent th ball to first
ahead of th blond twlrler, retiring th
id, without a run. . . .
aCsey made another star play in tha
eighth, when be leaped high Into tho
air and took a Una fly from tha bat of
Kid Mohler. Caaey is Ilk "Nap" I
Jole, generally conceded to be th
world' greatest ball player In that hi
tar playa are pulled off with auoh ap
parent eae that tha spectator ic In
clined to underestimate th difficulty of
What Was Intended for a doubl play.
ad properly ao, by Mott, missed fir In
tne xinn. miaeorana waa on xirsi,
when Irwin cama un and knocked a
bouncer 'to Mott. The latter threw It
to seoond, but ther wa nobody ther.
Casey caught th sphere aeveral fet
way from th bag and sent It to first,
but everybody 'wa aafe. Had seoond
been properly covered HUdebrand would
have been out canny ana irwin migm
have been out. Since the best baeehsll
tactic would have been for Schlmpff to
back up Mott. It looked aa If Caaey waa
Th rrsateet bit of Individual work
wa don by HUdebrand In . tha sixth
Inning. Atherton was at bat and Hlldy
played deep. Otherwise the flrct base
man'a long fly would have meant two
and possibly three base. Aa It waa,
Hlldy turned hi, back and ran at full
speed, turned again aw th sphere fHl.
reached ona hand far no and oulleil
down tho ball out of th aky while atlU
on th run. . .
Schimnff did a lot of Pretty fielding
TheBeavra are batting better. Baa-
Bey hit safe three times yesterday and
MoCredle, Donahue and Lovett secured
two eate onaa apiece. Nlok William
captured four out of th vlaltora' eight
- ,n i m . .
Pokornv. McCredt' new outfielder.
who ha been warming th bench ! ur
ine this week ram as. made his first
appearance In battle yesterday. , He
batted -for Hartman In the ninth, but
failed to connect.
Lovett Is getting Into th gam one
more tn good shope. Tuesday ho fanned
cut three time and mada aa error
which resulted In one run. Wedneaday
he made another costly error, but he
scored two saf hlta and a sacrifice and
quit the day with a batting average of
.44. Since Wednesday he has made
four put-out, no error and three hlta
He looked awfully safe In tha ninth
Inntnr yesterday, and had Derrick not
choaen to aee It otherwl he would
have had another safe swat to his or edit.
When Derrick called Lovett out' In
th ninth Inning there waa a long bowl
on tha nart of the fane. Several men
from the bleachers jumped over the
curbing Into th field and made hostile
resturss toward Derrick, Mohler and
thlnse In general. As they did not
attempt- to advance or attack anyone
It waa Plainly a bluff and the Inradera
of tha aacred preclrfcts were eaelly per-
suaaea to return - e me oieecnera. - it
was. however, the most hostile demon
tratlcn yet mads by the Portland Jans
idis year. . :..
Southwestern Amateur Oarsmen.'
' ' ' f Jearail BDeclal gfrvlea.1
Bt. Louis, July to. The annual re-
Capture , Baseball Tourna
ment by Defeating: Cubs
In Final . Match. ,
It took 11 hot innings for th Cubs
and Trunkmaker to settle their dlf
ferenoea on th Gladstone diamond ree
Ernie Strelt waa' put en the hill for
the Cube and had the husky Trunk-
makers at his mrcy for seven innings,
but one man getting aa far as eooond
vase. Ernie ' Weakened then and tittle
Klohle parrott - with his big brother'e
bat led the onslaught. - Th valise maa
srs mada six hlta that tied tha ecore,
4 to 0. Klaer then went In to relieve
the "Midget" and kept the Trunks from
scoring until the eleventh, when the
winning run eame m on a oaa mrow
r or tne uun, n.ntiernn iiri, ivi
er at seoond and Gain In eentergnrden
etarred In headv playa. For tha Trunks.
Fleming. Sater and Day were In the
Thle gsme gives the pennant to th
xrunamaasrai jne same teams pir
this afternoon at Oladatonc for a puree.
A-big crowd thoroughly enjoyed th
game, which was pronounced th beat
Of tn eaaon. me acore:
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Gains, cf. 4111
Klaer. Ib.-P. I lit
DuvalL ea. ,. ,, I
Krurer. tb. I
Tauacher, rf. ........ I
Emerlck, a. I
Lrch. If. I
Kotteman. lb. 4
Strelt. p.-lb. 4 I
ToUlg 41 I 11 II II I
- TRUNKMAKER S. '
. A.B. R. R. P.O. A E.
Fleming, lb. 7 0 1 I 0
Shockley, rf. I 0 j 0.0 1
Parrot L lb. f I U 4
Van Nortwlok. If I I I 0 0 0
Day, lb. ............. 11114 1
Price, cf. 8 0 110 0
n.7 ea .4 1 IVl 4 0
MoKlnleye. ..I I 111 j 0
Gardner, p. ' I 0 1 1 I 0
Totala .48 T 10 II II I
SCORE BT INNINGS.
he , 1 10 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 I
nts I I o 0 1 l l i i 6 oil
inks 0 OOfOIOlofl f
lit 1 1 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 V 18
tta of th Southwestern Amateur
iwlnr aaaociation beeen on Pr,
Coeur lak today and will continue ever
'. riru sim.a
.'rat won't corns off. appears on baby's
Mies after one tottle of White's Cream
t.rmiruit. the areat worm medicine.
Why not keep that amll on baby'a face
If rot .keep this medlcln on hand,
you will neVOf anything ala but
mil on hl" tr Mra S w Black
well, Oklahoma, writes:
"My baby wa peevish and fretful.
Would not cat and I feared h would
CI a I need a bottle of White Cream
ermlfuge and h has not had a alck
tav sine." bold by all druggists. - ,
tomorrow. Among the entries for the
various evvrnts are representative of
tn leaamg Dost ciud or Bt. jjoui and
vicinity and also a number from vari
ous points la Illinois and Iowa.
Oakland Winant Frisco.' ;
. (Jaarael Icealal Si l ) - W
San Franclsoo. Julv 10. Errors en
th part of Los Angale In th alxth
rave th Commuter - th gam. Loa
Angel' two run cam whan Hogan
weakened In the eighth. The score:
R. H. E.
oX.::v.:!oo:.nitrl f !
Batterlea Narla and Hogaai Hogaa
and Bliaa.. Umpire Arlstt, , . .
American Leagne, ' -
At "Brooklyn Cincinnati 1. Breok-
At Boston Plttsbiwg I, Boston 0.
At Philadelphia SU Louis 0, Phlla
I Near Tora Chicago II. New
, At ft. Louis St. Louis 4. New York t,
At Ietrolt Detroit 8. Philadelphia 1.
At Cleveland Cleveland 0. Washing
ton 0. .... u
:i Kortbwest Lacnv
Taenma 4, Seattle I.
Aberdeen It, Mutt V.
... .. v ; . ; . . ' '
M . u. . a. triads e.
OirHl'ft WliDJ Pi4.it , avin.,, -
Gardner. 10. Baaea on balls Off Strait.
I: Klaer. 1: Gardner. 1. 1 Two-baae hlta
Klaer. Lerch, Parrett.Three-base hits
I u villi, Parrott, Van Nortwick. Dou
ble piay cltreit to Jtiser to Kotteman.
Sacrifice hlta Emerlck. Kotteman.
Htolen baaea Cuba, I: Trunks, I. Hit
bv Ditched ball Van Nortwick. Paaaed
bail, battery . error McKlnley. ; Wild
pitch, battery error Strait. Gardner.
First base on errors Cub, I: Trunks,
1. Earned rune Cuba, 8; Trunka. t.
Left on bases Cubs, 7j . Trunks. 10.
Innlnga pitched Strelt, I: Kleer, 1;
. . in.. . t o . i 1 .
UHrunvr, j. j , 11 1 1. uuiuv ui i dubiv, ..
off Klser, I: off Gardner, 11. Time of
Came i ncura. , Attenaano uooa.
""T EACESIN; SUMMARY
At Brighton Beach. ' ,
Sin furlong Unci won, Gene Rue
sell seoond. Dead ; Oon third; tlm.
1:11. . , -. v . i.'-'- ' - .
StMpleohas. about two miles Blue
Pigeon won, Thlatledal acond, . Judg
O'Oln third; time, 4:01.
- Mile MeCarter won, Creaalna aec
end, Kerttubky Beau third: time. l:l.
Mile and alxteenth Rapid Water
eron, Erie eoond, Orbicular third; tlm,
Five and a half furlongs Nimbus
won, Th Squlr sacond. Gladiator
third; tlm. 1:07.
' Mile and Quarter Sonoma Belle won,
Fla Vlgnv second, Raolne II third;
time. l:6fV. . ' , ,v
" . ; " "A At Seattle.
I Big' end a half furlong Bakerafleld
won. Tramway seoond, Ruatt Lady
third; tlm. l:ilH.
Slz and a half furlong Chart
Green won, Katie Bell eeoond. Miller'
Paughtar third) tlm. 1 11.
Seven furlongs Crlgll won,' Ramona
II - aeoond, Southern Lady II - third;
Seven furlongs Metlakatta won,
Runaum aeoond, Senator Warner third;
Urn. 1:17 - - .
Mile and sltfeenth McOrathlana
Prince won, Jlngler second, Paolflco
third; time. 1:40.
Mil Jack Adams 'Won, Santa Pay
second. Red Reynard third; time, l:4ty.
EASTERX BASEBALL; KOTK8
"Tr" Cobb, of Detroit, ha a grouchy
disposition, but he can play ball.
The season Is half over and you can
see nothing but Chicago In both major
Xb Cincinnati team alad a had ataxt
on their eastern trip, losing four out of
flv game to Boston. -
"Doo" Newton' leaving Montreal ha
shattered all hopea of tha Canadian
"false alarm" vr seeing ... daylight
Johnny Flaher, now with Columbua,
defeated Indlanapoll recently, 8- to L
Another eaa of a "canned" pitcher mak
ing monkeys of hi old team-tnata.
If . the fluperbaa would- play aa good
ball agalnat the other National league
clubs aa tbey do agalnat Chicago and
New Tork. the Brooklyn . fana would
have a firat division team.
Thar waa - discovered recently - In
Grand Rapids, Mlohlgan, a silver ball,
which waa won by tha champion cf
.Michigan, the Kent, of Grand Rapids,
"Brlgga, the youngster of Indlanapo
ll s, writes an American Association
scribe. Shade of Grandfather Anson I
Bert Brlgga young? Thla I too plenty,
Helnic Pelts, the former National
leagus eatoher now with Louisville,
ay he has a e tending offer- from
President Pulllam to become an um
pire. . Perhapa Pulllam want, to get
even with Helnic for trying to turn the
Pittsburg grounds Into a slaughter
house last aeaaon.
- With the Propetskls and th Nahren
thorss breaking Into th game, w may
hear soon of a manager wanting a ball
But once In two eeaeons have the Chi
cago Cuba lost four straight games.
Pittsburg holds tha honor of downing
tb champions four times In succession.
Manager Clark Griffith seldom geta
tha . woret, of a trade, but It looks aa
though he grabbed tha hot end whan he
traded Walter Clarkaon.
"Wild BUI" Donovans of Detroit, has
caught his second wind and la Junt
about the laat word In the pitching busl
nees. 'Bill haa won nln of to ten
game he ha pitched.
Th St. Louis National have won two
famaa from New Tork. one from Pitta
urg and none from Chicago thla aea
BOY DIED TRYING
TO SAVE BROTHER
(Sseelal DfiMtte te- The Jeataett
- Albany. July 10 Tha bodies of both
tha two small sons of Frank Bayne, of
Feorta, who were drowned Wednesday
svenlng la tha Willamette river at that
plaoc, i-ave been recovered. They were
Playlne on the bank of th river and
went out on come logs lying In the wa
ter. Tne younger ooy, go s year.
icii into tne water ana tne oiaer, agea
ll. undertook his rescue. This resulted
In both being thrown into th water and
the loss of both their uvea.
It waa at firat ouMiahed that a roll
ing log swept both boys from th river
Dana into in water. .
4 11, V H.BI . V I 1 1 U I vvilili.nj
1. Si 1 -A . I .. . I .
Capital, 170,000. The acreage between
the river adjoining th O. R. N. Co a
and Swift Co' a property give vl
dence of aa exceptionally fine Invcat-
very core of the
disease anal atone
the aaot deae-eat,
"Oaree overy allaseeJ
el Man er ateaat
thai a good, heaeat '
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or tu xAKza v
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Secretary Long, of the Coaat league.
ha oompllad the batting and pitching
avaragae of th player of all four elub
for that part of tha season ending June
10. Because a Scorer failed to end
la his report for th week andlng Jun
17 In Portland, tha recorda of tha Port
land and Loa Angelea players for that
week are not taken Into account .
Walter McCredle, of Portland, leads
the league In batting; Dillon, Loa
Angelesr first baseman, coming eecond,
and Eagan. Oakland s heavy-hlttlna
shortstop, being third In the list. Of
the pltchera who have twirled more
than three games, "Silver" Hnly, of
Baa Franolaoo, is first Groom lead
th Portland slabeters and Klnaella is
second. Mr. Long'e figures arc aa fol
lows, the Beavers' names appearing In
' Utan ATerares.
KoOrsdte ........ Tl
Eagan ........... It ' 111
Cravath ....t.... Tl .141
Eaola , It
W. Hogaa.. ft
Wright If .
van Haltren ..... it
Carlisle i tl
Hmlth (Oak.) ..... If
Brashear ........ tl
Williams ........ 17
Casey . ,,, TO '
Street .... 71
Jone ............ It
Mohler ,. It
Blgbe .......... 10
Shaughnaaay . .... 48
Moor -,.., i , 40
Mo . T. S, 00 "
Whrerv ... tt
Bernard ......... It
Smith (ia A)..... tt
Heltmullar ....... II
Gray ............ 10
El He, ft
Delmaa .......... IT -
Henley ...(...... tl
kaMNV t(ietl 44
Donahue ......... t .
Spencer ......... 10
Daahwood . ....... I .
Burn ........... It
Hogan (L. A.).... 14
Hosp , 11
Oroona ,. 10
Willi ........... It
Bergmann ....... It
, ti '
- so -ft
" Won.. - Lost.
Jones ....... II
Nasi If T
Quick . f t
Burnt,,,. T f
Bergmann .......... .
Xlnaella , ......4
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(ODedal DleiMtch te The JeereaLl
Cbehalla. WaalL. Julv SO. The Pres
byterian church people hav ordered a
pipe-oraaa or a v-nicago nouaa, to oe
ready for uac when the new structure
now belne- built. Is completed. The In
strument Is to cost 11,600. and la to
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Most all drugs are doped with poison aad poison never
cure anybody. It kills n great many. Oat back to
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sne. Nature will cure yon If ahe hae the power.
-This powsr la lctrlclty. That's because electricity
build up eupplle nourishment, strength te tb body.
Drugs destroy, tear down, becauae they contain poison
Instead of nourishment. Of course poison will. ease
pain. Why? Becauae It paralyses the nerve. The
. nerve are delicate wire that nabt yon to feel pain.
If yon poison your nsrve with drugs yen can't feel
th pain antn th stupor."
..war oft . Then - th pain,
comes back and you have
to repeat the do until
Nature remove th oause.
If yon have a pain In pour
back, you can atop It for,
a few hour by stupefying
th liervec with, poisonous
drugs. But to euro that
pain ytfu have got te remove -the
cause. That "pain la
' tometlmee caused by kid- '
ney trouble. So can't yon
se that to remov th cause
''of the pain yon must re
store the kidneys to a
healthy condition) .
. The re son th kidney. ,
liver, stomach or ether -organs
become weak er do
, bUltated- 1 because, they
lack alcotrlclty. This must be
' restored, either t artificially
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Weekaeee In mea I eaueed by aa xbauaUon of eUo
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ft remove th cause ef dleeaae, and whan th ci
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w - A. F. BOTN&
Meacham, Oregon. ''
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