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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. THURSDAY ' EVENING, AUGUST 1. 1007.
NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD 1
' i . . .
CATTLE GOES TO
BRITT ON POINTS
Jfitlre. Son Fights Dane to
- Standstill and All But
; Kiiofkgllim.Ont. '
- NELSON IS BESTED IN
NEARLY EYEEY BOUND
-'X V-;' ' ' .'
Calif orniaa Poe Not Shirk Encase
ment at Cloae Quarter and Pat
V Tp Bwt GIta and Take Battle) of
: , Hi Entire. Career.
' , V' JoaraaI apeHat fcnta.) , -San
Francisco. Aug. 1. In on of tha
bardet, lightweight battle ever ran In
thi city. -Champlon Jimmy Brltt laat
night won tha declaloa over i-Cham-plon
"Battling" Nelson 4a to round.
Mora than ,1.0 ring follower wit
nessed tha mill, ' ' ' -WhlU
Nelson did tha greater part of
tha leading. Brltt tended mora than two
blows to Kelson's on. Tha Callfornian
excelled at every tag of tha game ex
cept Infighting.. He displayed great
ability to take punishment, and gradu
ally wore down the endurance or the
Dane inttl the Utter was all but out
In the twentieth round. Brltt tried hard
to put hta opponent out In the final
round and ha nearly succeeded. It ap
pearing that the gong was the only
thin that aaved the battler. Itr an
nouncing hla declalon Refer Welch
said that he only rare two rounds to
the Dane tha second and tha aeventh.
Tha fight by rounda followa: . '
- Brttt sent Nelson tottering back with
a right- to tha Jaw. Nelson almost went
to tha floor. Ha waa up oulckly In
flvhtlnr nnaltlon and Britt smashed
right and left hard ; to the faca
and then -hooked a, hard left to tha
body. Nelson closed In ana smiiea at
hla seconds. Brttt cleverly protectod
himself from tha Danes onslaught
. Briu hc-1 tha advantage of tha round.
..' ( . ' Boand ..
Brttt closed and at rloee range JTil
"aon uppercut twice with right to-- tha
body. Brltt shot hla left with great
fore to the stomach. After Nelson had
driven a hard right to tha faca. Nelson
walloped his man with two fearful lefta
to the stomach. At closa rang Nelson
whipped right and left to tha - face,
Brltt retaliating with hla left to the
stomach again and then swung hla
left to tha Battler'a ear. In a mix Britt
won hla left hard -to tha ear. Nel
son's rlrht ear bled aa the Dana went
to bis corner. Both men fought vicious
ly and tha advantage waa with Brltt.
' ' Nelson waded In with left to tha faca
and at close quartera drove- his rlgnt
thrice over tha kidney. Both missed
some forceful blows, and after some
aparring. Brltt nearly sent Nelson
against the ropea with right and left to
the Jaw. 'The Dane came back lighting
viciously, only to receive a terrific left
to the atomach and a ' right swing to
tha face. Apparently Nelson waa un
daunted, and he kept forcing tha one
and made Brltt break ground. Nelson
Jabbed a vigorous loft to the face and
followed It with two left awlnga to tha
came spot. Then onaued a furloua rally.
Nelson having tha better of It. Aa
the gong sounded. Brltt aunk hi left
twice to tha Dane's stomach, making
the latter wince. Tha round was com
;:-. Bonad 4.
Nelson, as usual, stepped qutewly to
the center, and after some sparring,
Britt drove two straight lefts to tha
ace and followed it with a right to tha
ear. Brltt. bled at U. nose from the
effects of Nelson's left Jaba In tha
previous round. Nelson forced the Cal
. Tforalan to hla (Brltt's) corner, where
Hrlit sent Nelson back, with short-arm
left swings to tha Jaw. Nelson only
, smiled significantly, however, and, get
ting In close, swung a left and then a
.right to the faca. Brltt covered him
self as best ha could and they mixed
it furiously. In-th center of the ring.
. 'Nelson doing much execution with his
short-arm Jolts.- At tha call of -th ball,
Hrltt rallied and drove In two terrlnc
Mows to tli face. Nelson went to bis
corner quickly." showing no-effects. It
was a hard fought' round, with Nelson
. enjoying a nad.v
against tha ropes, but did not land. . Nel
son then forced Britt against the ropes,
landing at will. Brttt electrified the
crowd by making a great rally. He
weded Into, the Battler and plunted left
and right, and then right and left to
Nelson's face. Nelson smiled aa the
gong rang, and the round ended with
honors about even. Jo Gana lnlected
life Into the contest bv rlslne- in hla
seat and aboutlng. "Good boy, Jimmy."
. ... Boand .
Brltt ataggered Nelson with left hooks
and short rlaht-arm Jolts to tha Jaw.
As Nelson missed a left ivlnr. Brltt
brouxht the blood from Nelson's noae
with three hard lefta to that organ. Then
oritl Docked away and continued to
pepper Nelson's face with left and right
swings. The Dane shook hisbead and
went in ail tha time., without however.
stemmlna the rain of blowi tn tha face.
The round ended with the honors Brltt'
oy a ctean margin. -
.' v . Bound a.
Tha crowd cheered Ttrltt aa ha arose
Tney went in close and Britt, backing
on, snot two left to the Battler'a race.
He followed It with left to the Jaw and
right to the sam dace. Nelson, mad-
doned perceptibly fought back hard and
ianaea twice wun tne ten to me race.
Nelaon nearly slipped to hla knees from
a misspent blow and, as ha came In.
Brltt whipped hla left with great force
to tha law. After some aoarrlns Brltt.
backing away, drove his left thrlca to
the face-and varied It with a couple of
right swings to the face. Nelson closed
In. onlr to be a taraet for Brltt's un
erring left to tha face. -Nelson went to
hla corner with a battered faca and Brltt
smiled grimly as he aought hla corner.
It was Brltt s round by a bla- marain
and ha received a tremendous ovation
aa he took hla seat.-
..Bound 10. "" '
Nelson endeavored to ' get to closa
quartera, but tha Callfornian waa. too
clever. He backed am ay and drove two
rights to the head and foUowed.it with
three lefta to the same a Dot. Brttt
clearly outpointed Nelson at every turn.
neison ianaea a glancing lert to me
nose as Brltt stepped back. Again step
ping away, ths Callfornian ahot hla left
to tna race twice and then uppercut
with right to the Jaw. Britt laced out
with left, landing on tha nose and bring
ing the blood afresh from Nelson's nose.
Brltt then shot two raking lefts to the
nose and tha gong closed the round. It
waa all Brltt's. Nelson waa. clearly
outpointed and could scarcelv locate hi
.' Bomad U. : : , ' .'
Brltt etaaaered Nalaon -with two
rlghta to tha face. Nelaon forced1 the
then shot his right to the noae. A i
hook "to the mouth sgaln started Nelson-
bleeding. Britt sent a straight
left to 'the face and then awung his
Nelson force Britt -to a neutral cor
ner and the. men fought shoulder to
shoulder without damage, Brttt awung
twice with left to the face and Nelson,
leaning his head against Brttt' shoul
der, walloped the Callfornian several
times with right and left uppercut.
Nelson then sent -his left twice to the
mouth and Brttt spat mood. Brltt got
In two lefta to. tha face, but Nelson
f oreed hi man to tha ropes. Clever
footwork, ' however, enabled Brltt to
. wlggla away from - harm. Then they
foua-ht to the center- of the ring and ex
changed a vicious f uaillade of .short
arm blows to the head and faca. Brltt
had the better of the milling at this
-etase, but the roand nded In Neleon'e
favor. Nelson looked tha stronger of
. the J wo, '
- Bound i. ; .
Nelson Jabbed left , to Brltt's sore
mouth and Brltt sent tha Dane's bead
bark with a left hook. Then they
mixed it, Brltt doing much clever duck.
ing ana amoinering. Britt a rove his
left bard to the body and Nelson Jarred
Brttt with three terrific left uppercuta
to the Jaw. Brltt fought back desper
ately and In a mid-ring mix both landed
fearful light and left wallops to tha
iHWand face. It was give and take,
Irltt throwing science to the winds.
Brttt came out of the melea with bleed
ing noetrlls, while Nelson did not ap
pear disturbed to any extent It was
Bound, r.- '
They exchanged left to tha Jaw and
then followed soma In-flghtlng, In
Which Nelson invariant axrellea Kal.
son forced his man about tha ring and
fighting, however, but Invariably Brltt
met mm wun lert and right snort-arm
mows to the head and face. Although
Brltt beat Nelson In this round. Nelson
forced the fighting throughout.
Kelson forced Brltt agalnat tha ropea
and landed his left and right to tha face.
They worked to tha center of the ring
and Nelson went to his knees, partially
from a slip and Brltt's Impetus In his
direction. Then they mixed Jt viciously,
Brltt outpointing the Dane 4 to 1 at
closa range. Nelaon kept forcing the
fight, and waa met time and again by
left and right to the Jaw. Brltt fairly
smothered hla man with left and right
smashes, and Nelson tottered about tha
ring like a beaten man. He hung to
ttrlit and at timea butted tha Callfor
nian. for which ha waa warned by the
refere. The bell rang and Nelson spat
blood aa - he went to his seat Brltt
brought thee rowd to Its feet In this
round and clearly earned tha honors re-
ceivea. , .
' ' Bound IS.
Brltt fighting carefully, landed twlea
wun lerta on tn uane's stomach. Nel
son advanced, with Brltt backing away,
and batterlna- tha Dane's faca at will.
Brltt was very cool and appeared to
gain strength aa tha fight progressed.
Then Brltt. shot .a. fearful left to tha
atomach and followed It with a light
left to th Jew. Nelson, however.
lorcea tne rignting. ho wss rewarded
with a right swing flush to the Jaw.
Nelson again almost slipped to his
haunches, hut waa quickly In fighting
position. Brltt landed two right swings
to tha Jaw and then a left hook found
refuge on the same spot Nelson vainly
sought to land on hla antagonist, but
could not locate him.- "Brltt Brltt"
failed th crowd In unison, aa th gong
closed a Brltt round
. Bound 14. ...
Acting nnder Nolan'a Instructions.
ioxiaon, wun a aeierminea expression,
forced Brttt 4 bout the ring. - As usual,
hla efforts to locate Brltt were fruit
lens, and Brltt landed several left
awlngs to the Dane s head. - They closed
In and Brltt peppered his man with
right and left Jolts to tha faca. .. Brltt
drove Neleon's head back a foot with a
terrific straight rl-ht Brltt then ahot
his left and right to the face and they
wrestled for a moment., during which
Nelson gava. Brttt tha elbow and
floored him. The crowd yelled It die.
approval. The men went at It hammer
and tonga. Nelson landing a hard right
to Brttt s body aa, the gong rang. It
waa Brltt s, round -
Bound 18. . ' .
i WrlaHin nisihswl Xirltt awn ji - . i
"T'wwn tlliuu l"wt tX I UUFUJ Til g I rl M
and received a hard left clout to the
face. Brltt then drove two wicked lefts
to Nelson's Jaw. completely turning the
Dana around. Ha followed thlo with an
other left to the face, and they fought
to close quarter. Refere Welch pry
ing them apart. Britt backed about tha
ring, landing his left to the Dane'a Jaw
with telling effect and regularity. Hj
continues tnia to tne close of the round,
which found th men ,ln a clinch. The
crowd was again on Its feet yelling for
Brttt Up to this time Brltt had"
clear lead over the Dane. .
' .' Bound 1,
They fought Ineffectually at clo
quarter.. Breaking. Nelson uppercut
with right to the Jaw and then "butted"
with hla head. - The' refere pulled the
men apart and Britt swuna his left to
the head. Again tbey closed In with Nel
aon -inclined: to Dutt. Nelson aent
Brltt's head bark with a right to the
jaw ami men sent nia lert to tha face.
Nelson fought atrongly, forcing Brl't to
a corner. Th elusiv Osllfornlsn. how
ever, sent th Dan to the center of the
ring with a succession of right and left
smashes to -the faca and' head. ' Brltt'
round. , i
i Bound 17.
'Th boxer closed In. both hnldlng'to
soma extent. - Britt staggered - Nelson
with a left awing to the Jaw, and they
clinched. Separating, Brltt landed right
and left to, the Jaw and enallv avoided
the Dane' attempts at retaliation. They
enncnea ana weicn separated tn men,
"Go In." cam the Injunction from Net-
son's corner. Th Dan obeyed, but
waa met with left to th face. Nel
son drove his rlaht- to Brltt s atom
arh and Brltt staarered Nelson, with
left swings and with a terrific right to
the earn place. Then Brltt aent the
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The gong rang and for the first tlroa
tne uane anowed signs of weaaenwg. -Bound
Britt crossed his left to tha ear and
then shot his right to the nose. A left
right to tha Jaw. Nelson forced hi
man about, only to receive a telling left
uppercut to the mouth. A stralaht left
to the-mouth waa followed oy two fim
awlngs to the same place, and tha Dane
waa forced to cover up and stall. Brttt
stsggered his msn with a right to the
head and then sent in a ten nooa
body. Brttt continued to pepper his
man and got away wunoui w
hla anruannlat. It VII Sll Brltt Nel-
son's right ey was nearly cloaed at tha
end of th round.
Nelson sent Brltt's heed bsck with a
straight left In tha mouth. Th crowd
hlsned Nelaon for what It believed was
butting. Nelson forced Brltt around
but Brltt stopped hint with well-directed
left and right awlnga to the Jaw. Fin
ally, at close quarters, Britt landed a
riant that looked wicked enough to put
out an ordinary man. but Nelaon never
faltered. Nelson sent in a siraiant ten
tn tha face, but Brttt forced hlra to
cover with right and left awlngs to th
sore face. Brltt foucnt back vlcloualy.
It was all Brttt again. - .
Thev ahook hands and fouaht hard al
close quartera Nelson drove a wicked
rlaht smash to th law. Nelaon ai-
reuied to th refere about. Britt'a hold
ng on. and they mixed It furiously,
Brltt having all tha better of It Brttt
drove Nelson td th ropes with severer
hard swings. Nelson tottered-about th
ring helplessly. Brttt went at hla man
like a maniac and almost aent Nelson
through the ropes with a right flush to
th Jaw.. Th gong rang at thla etag
and saved Nelson from a ' knockout
Nelson went to his corner vomiting and
Brltt waa alven th decision at tha and
of th round.
nil IS HIT
Ed Morgan Steal March en Fellow
: ' Clubmen- Won High Honors -
on the) Track.
Edward E. Moraan. one of tha most
noted athletea tha Multnomah club ever
turned out. waa married yesterday to
Mlsa Martha. C Davidson of New York
City. Th wedding was a surprise to
Morgan s closest rrienas. a no an
nouncement cards had been Issued and
th clubman had not breathed a word
Of It to any one.
Mr. ana ura Morgan lert at one
for a two week's outlnc in th Traak
river district. Retnrning.-they-will re
main in Portland but a few daysrwhen
they will go to New York City for sev
eral weeks They will be back In Port
land about October 1 and th athlete
will go Into business here.
Morgan has been known as an ama
teur athlete ever sine he waa 14 years
old. He Joined th Multnomah club
while a small boy and became a senior
in 1.- lo-the- rr-44i-l-and
18 he waa all-around champion of tha
northwest Ho won honora on th Stan
ford track team In 1J7 and lit and In
111)8 he won tha all-around championship
of the Pacific coaat Morgc.n' records
are aa - followa: 110-yard hurdles,
IS !- seconds: 440-yard dash, il sec
onds; 120-yard hurdles, It I-t seconds:
100-yard dash, IS l- aeconde; 210-yard
dash, tl seconds; high Jump. I feet lt
Inchea. i, . . - .
chairman of tha outdoor committee of
the Multnomah club. He waa already
a director. He haa always been known
as a clean sportsman and an amateur
without the alivhtest taint of profes
sionalism attached to his nam. , .
nOLD FIELD MEET. ON
Chemawa, Or., Aug. 1. Tha Chemawa
Indian school commencement exercises
yesterday war auDDlemented br ath
letic competitions, chief among which
waa a five-mile cross country run over
a rough and hilly road. Walter Halght
waa tha winner and, aa ha waa not hard
pressed, his time of 2 minutes 1 sec
onds is considered goon. The summary
of tha field events followa: .
eO-yard dash Won by Sorter, Smoker
secona; time. i- seconds.
60-yard dash (Juniors under It yeara)
Won by Henry . Darnell, Frank Wll
llams second; time, 7 seconds.
440-yard dash Won by M. Wilson,
H: Queahpanma aecond; time, ( 4-6
seconds. ; ..
100-yard dash Won by Bortor, Mo
Cully second; time, 1 1 seconds.
100-yard dash. (Juniors under 1 vearsl
Won by Henry Darnell, Robert Bervlce
second; time, l aeconda.
440-yard dash (Juniors under 1 yeara!
Won by Frank Wllliuma, John Steel
secona ; time, -.
120-yard hurdles Won 'br William
Watklns, Tom . McCully second; time,
17 seconds. . .
Mil run Won by Smoker, Dan sec
ond; time, i.lt t-5.
220-yard dash Won by Bortor. Wat-
ams secona; time, zi z- seconds.
Polt vault Won bv Calvin Darnell.
Robert 'Cameron second; height.. feet
iv incnes. ...
Broad Jump Won by Jack TTnham.
William Watkrna second; distance. It
feet a inches. ; ,
- High Jump Won by Sampson, Vpham
second; height, I feet. .
jp-ysrdhurdlea Won by. William
Watklns. Tom McCully aecond; time,
29 seconds. . - t
Half-mil -relay -f Junior- tinder -1
years) Won by Frank Wllllama, Mlka
wienon, r-eter jonn ana jtooert Bervlce;
Mile relay rare Won by Excelsior
society team, represented by M. Wilson,
Amos Smoker, Dan Nichols and Frank
uun; time, i:oz. - , '.,,' -
- - COOS' COtTITY LEAOfK. . "
STANDINQ OF THE CLUBS.
Coqullle i T .t7l
Marahfleld , . .600
North Bend .100
Sunday games: ' ' .
At Bandon Bandon. ; Coqullle,' ll"'
tMA 4r,h Ben Nort B i Marh
Fo'llowlng was th line-up in th
Marshfleld-North Bend game.
Marshfleld Poa. North Ben
Wright., ...p. ... j ... Foot
Tower ,..js Oaf nay
McKeWen lb Keen.
Wells f p,i
Trry .......... ,rf . . , , Wlckman
. Next Sunday, North Bend plays at
Coqullle. and Marshfleld at Bandan.
- NORTHWEST LEAGUE
At SeattteButta, 4; Seattle, 1. "
At Tacoma Tacoma, I; Spokane. 1;
v AMERICAN LKAQCE. ;
At Waahlnarton Oileaea. 1 "nr.
, , ..mii.
ton. . ,
At noston Cleveland. 4: Boston. 1.
At I'hlladalnhla lhlljrf.rr.hi. a.
- - , ow
At New York New Tork. 1; Detroit, 1.
;' NATIONAL LEAOVE.
ll'St T.nli1a-TCaw . V-V Jj..ai.
Louis. -t. !
At t'lttsourg r-ittsourg, T-li; Boston,
Jk.t ChicagoChicago, t; Brooklyn, J.
HARD BY ANGELS
One .Triple and Two Doubles
Are Included in Eight
. Safe BIngles.
LOCALS TIE SC0EH !
. IN SIXTH INNING
lint Burns Prevent Bunching of
Hit aad Bearer Am Unable to
Land More Run Visitor Get
One Each la Seventh and Eighth.
TESTERDAT'S RESULTS, i
Lo Angeles 4, Portland 1. -
Oakland 1. San Francisco 7. , ' ,
8TANDINQ OF THE CLUB 8. .
. Won. Lost. '. P. C.
Lo Angeles ...... . . 44 . , .71
San Franclaco ....It - 61 .til
Oakland . .....,..6t . tt . .611
Portland ., 1 i , ."
Th Lo Angeles ban toaaera are
finding their batting eye again. Tues
day their nlta Included two double., a
trlpl and a horn run; yesterday they
hit two two-bagger and en trlpl.
Th gam yesterday waa won by bitting.
Otherwise honor war ven between
th two team. Th final aeor waa
4 -to . ; -J.-: '--;-
Burn was on tha mountain for th
visitors, Hartman tor tha locale. In
tha aecond Inning th Angela fell upon
Hartman for & triple and two-lngle
and these, with th help of a double
steal, put two across tha pan
. McCredle scored In the aecond half on
a walk, an -error and Fay's single. Port
land took another In the aixth and tied
the score on Casey's hit. Atherton' sac
rifice and Baasey' line drive.
But that waa all for th Beavers.
Two two-bagger in succession gava Los
Angeles another in the aeventh and a
soaking and two sacrifices put their
fourth run over in th eighth. Official
cor: ' ,
' v LOS ANGELES.
AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
Bernard ef rrr.vrr7. i: l l"0"e
Carlisle, If 11 1
Rrashear. lb 10 0
Smith, lb' I
Nagl. rf ., 4 0
Dillon, lb ..11
Delraaa. sa. ......... I 1
Eager, e 4 1
Burn, p. . 4
-Toti-tr;.rr.T:7rr;" i it u i
Aa R. H. PO. A. E.
4 0 0 1 0
U K 1
Casey, lb. 1
Atherton, lb. ....... 1
McCredle, rf. 1
Brasaey, If. ..,......4
Donahue, e. ........ 4
Fay, ss. v
Hartman, p. 1
Maor ............. 1
.Total ......11 .1 .7 IT 1
Batted for Hartman In ninth. ;
SCORE BY INNINGS. .''"
Lo Angelea ......0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 I
Hits ...1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 08
Portlsnd 0 1 0-0 0 1 0 0 01
Hit ......'...'...a 1 0 1 0 t 9 t 1 t
Struck out By Burn. I: by Hart
man, 1. Bases on balls Off Burns, 1;
off Hartman, 1. Two-bake hits Eager.
Burns. Three-bas hits Dillon, Mc
Credle. Double plays F.ager to Smith;
Hartman to Fay. Sacrifice hits Bra
shear, Mott Dillon, Atherton Smith.
Stolen . bases Delmas, Eager. . Hit by
pitched balls : Bernard, Carlisle.
Passed ball Eager. Ktmt base on er
ror a Portland, . t Lef tan bases Los
Angelea. tl Portland, 7. Tlma of gam
Two hours, ( mlnutea. Umpire
Derrick. .,..-. - .... - , ...
NOTES OF THE GAME .
The Coast league baa decided to dis
cipline the California aiate league by
taking playara away from that organiza
tion. Btrange. but th atata league
rromlses " to take tnor -player away
ram the Coast lesgue than the Coast
league can take away from tha "lesser'
baseball body. Manager Fred Mayer
of the San Jose team la reported aa be
ing In San Francisco looking for new
material, and th Oakland and San Fran
cisco managers Are scared half out of
their boots for fear ha,wlll take some of
their best men. It IsVald that Mayer
haa about persuaded Truck Eagan to
quit tha claaa A organisation for a high
er salary in the Prune City. ,
Nothing nw yet about tha Dillon as
sault It la not becaus tha matter will
b allowed to drop. Cal EWlng Js In
tha south and for that reason nothing
has been heard from him about what
will be don to punish th - big first
ba fteman.. . .
Delmas makes a good many ' errors
around short, but ho la axoeedlngly fast
on hla feet, quick to recover after field
ing a ball, and speedy on tha throw.
He euta off many a ahot that would b
safe were an average Inflelder playing
there. Thla fully offset what error
hMcCredie made the prettiest hit of the
day. H lined one past Braahear that
traveled o fast that Benard threw Ma
hat at it aa It passed. It hit the far
fence on the bound and Mao went to
third before It cam bouncing In. No
body waa out, but McCredle died there,
Basaey,. Donahue and Fay each being re
tired on a grounder to Delmas. ina
bility to hit Tn a plnoh seems atllMo at
manv of the Reaver battera. Now.
when Dillon hit for thre baaea h came
In a moment later aa easy aa crawnn.
Mott rsn on third the way across
the diamond In the second Inning yes---.
v anl then threw the ball lust too
late to catch Eager between basea. Th
fsns howled derision, ana rtgnwy, ior
th play waa lneacuaabl. . - "
Lovett seems to have hard luck in al-
waya being called out on a cloaa play.
Portland's center fielder la faat, on hla
less and he tried hard to beet out hla
bunts and Infield ahota. From tha reaa
box he looked safe in the fifth inning
yesterday, but Derrick waved him aside.
Tha Beavera pulled themselves Out of
a bad hole In the flret. Bernard walked
Carlisle followed with an Infield hit
and Brashear sacrificed, yet not a run
was scored. When Smith landed on the
ball Fay got it and threw K home,
catching Bernard. Smith was caught
trying tovpuu Oil a aouoi aieat s w
McCredle ha signed '; another- bush
Eltcher. - His name is Drew, ana n
alia fmm Wallaoa friaho.
Miqu Fisher, who was one king of
tn Taooma isengais ana cniei not an
artist of the. Coaat league, la now run
ning a cigar stand tn nan rrancisco.
The. atand. aa everybody who know
Mlque Fisher will know,. Is th hangout
ror ail Dau piarers aooui nil uj,
or little. Fisher Is planning an inva
sion of th Hawaiian Islands to show
the American and cosmopolitan popula
tion over ther how th gam Is ptsyed
In the states nowadays. H Diane to
start immediately after tna ana or tne
1 . ..Int, n
irigu. avaav,,. pnv .ami. " piw.
all-atar combination from the four
eluba According to- nta Plan, Barney
Joy, "Ovie" overall anu -anvere rten
lev will be the Ditchers. Nlo Williams
will play first. Pearl Casey second.
Truck Eagan short and Brick Devereaua
third. Heltmuller, HUdebrand and Nea
Ion will probably be-the outfield. . This
Is not a bad layout. It wUl be a great
hittlnv bunch and they .Will -play th
game to the aatlafactlon of tha Island
era Already tha Honolulu papers are
herlnnlna to nlav ur tha ''lnvaalon."
Tha laat napar from there used tha story
on th first page, where all tha great
events of tha day werw chronicled. Joy
haa bean ao successful that hla country
men are one and all deeply interested In
tha Coaat league nlayera, Honolulu peo
ple ar famoua for their lavish hospi
tality, so th nlayera will b royally
entertained while away. ...
H. BERRY ENTERTAINS.
' PRESIDENT C. EWINO
A lata axchang from Lea Angelee
'President Cal Ewlna af tha Pacific
Coaat league left Los "Angelas for San
ranciaeo laat nlcht, alter enjoying tha
day aa a gueat of Hen Berry.
Kerry, who never does thing ty
halves, took Ewlng for a long automo
bile drive over to Paaadena, through
Baldwin'a ranch and bom by way of
. "Ewlng and Barry had a look at Pas
adena aa a baseball city. They were in
terested apectatora at tha gam Between
th Pasadena and Alhambra taama of
th Southern Stat league.
"The work of umpire Q. w. KOMnson
mad a hit. with the Pacific Coaat mag
nate ana Berry suggested to Ewlng
that he give Robinson a try-out for
Derrick' position. Ewlng ha appoint
ed Berry his agent in the matter and
th latter will mak Robinson an offer
aa soon aa h can get In communica
tion with tha Paaadena man." 1
From tbia It anneara that. Berry la
"honeying up" President Ewing In great
shape. Doubtless It is part of a scheme
of Berry's to aava Dillon from tha black
list. It remalna to be seen to what ax
tent Ewlng la to b Jollied.
Carbonle - acid ra and oda water
appliances. Btlderback 4k Crane Co.,
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R0SEBURG MEN WIN ; ..
Roaeburg.- Aug. ' 1. After - th - Rose-
burg sharp-shooter lost ths state cup,
they more' than exonerated themselves
by winning nine out of eleven medals
In th Individual matches. Lieutenant
O. E. Houck won the gold medal that
rma ,.'111 , " I .no Hi... nvi.i M,nw
Ing 286 points out of a possible 160,
Captain' Hamlin was aecond with It,
and Corporal C. 8. Jackson third, with
250. B. F. Shields made th best record
at the 200-yard rapid fire range, mak
ing 10 successive bull's-eyes.
Lieutenant Houck broke the atat rec
ord at the 1,00 yard, range, making a
score of 41 out of a possible to. The
medal winners and eight other riflemen
are still In camp at tha target range
preparing for the national tournament
next month at Port Clinton. Ohio. -
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Ten StyIe.AH SIzes-Wci:e Closing Them Out
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