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, THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL PORTLAND. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 190f.
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Yesterday's Game Makes
. Thirteen Without Defeat
BEATERS LOSE AFTER
GETTING LONG LEAD
' Callff Clean Bams With Two-Bagger
la Second, tmt Weaken! Later
'Error by Donahue and Atherton
- ' Help Clab on to Defeat.
' TKSTUAT,4 RESULTS,
Oakland. 8; Portland. 4.
Los Angeles, 4; San Francisco, L
, STANDING OF THT5 CLUBS,
, r ., ' Won. Lost. Pot
Los -Angeles 87
Oakland ..... 68
pan Francisco 84
lerUaad ,... 41
; Pitcher Hogan of . Oakland broke the
. season's record (or straight wins yea-
tsrday by dafsetlng the Portland ag
t bt ration by a eeore of 8 to 4. It was
- Hogan's thirteenth, straight vlotory.
, , The Beavers betted Hogan heavily,
' end at one time had 'a lead fit three
res. Ther had every chance In the
world te break the hard working Irian
Jaffa string ef conquests, but. ae usual.
they made errors at critical times and
threw the game away. ' '
It looked at the start as If "Ernie"
i Callff was going to win his own game
' with the big stick., With two out and
the bases full . in the seeond Inning.
Callff whacked a two-bagger past third
. base whloh oleared the sacks and rang
.1 the bell three times. But Callff weak-
ened la tha fifth and the Inning snded
i with a tied score. Portland got another
t In the second half and than Klnaalla
-I went In. but tha boy with ths large
( head had not recovered his form and,
i having poor support behind htm, bs was
unable to hold the locals In the lead.
' ForUaud leores Three,
f The soorlng began In the eeoond half
1 ef the seoontL Atherton want out on a
ahort fir and McCrsdis beat out a bunt.
I Bliss whip caught him easily whan ha
. tried to steel and when Donahue put a
1 two-swat to the right fence everybody
wished Mao had waited, uurastte was
' soaked. Fay knocked a short single and
'the bases were full. Then Callff earns
; to bat. Of course Callff would fan out!
But he didn't He soaked one. so hard
that few aaw It until Smith was chas
! lng after It in left fields Donahue, Bur
cette and Fay all loped home and Callff
'got the glad-mlt Bassey retired the
aide on a short grounder. :
The bad doings started la the sixth
. with a free rasa to Haley. Devereaux
came along with a Texas leaguer and
' Slogan followed ' with a liner to center
which scored Haley. Burdette threw in
too late and Donahue 'heaved a mile
; high buck to second in an attempt to
IWKl?' JOE TYLER WINS
n fieiits in
I'EEK AND HALF
That's What ihe San Fran-
cisco Sporte Haye in
. IrbspecC r ;
SCHEECK VS. KAUFMAN
18 FIEST ON PROGEAM
Tbomag-Ketohell Bout Follow and
Brltt-Oans Match Comes as Big.
gest. Attraction Bttllng Xelson
6yg He' Not Down and Out. '
Brooklyn today. Pastotins kept
Kecr hits well scattered, score:
Cincinnati ....0 0 0 0 1 0 M l
TlwnAkln. AAAA, AAA A
HIVVWJH .ttV V V V . V V V
. Batteries Welmer and McLean; rae
torious and Hitter. Umpire Johnston.
McGlynn Wins Pitcher's Battle.
8t Louis, Aug. 10. MoGlynn had the
better of a pitcher's battle with Flaher
ty toaay ana &c iouis again aeieaiea
Devereaux scored on the I St Louis 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 I T
' wild throw. Smith smashed ' one
! through Atherton, scoring Hogan, and
,-the Inning ended with a tie. -'.ft
"K.fyi'Oa SCore lm Sixth, '
Bassey walked In the second half and
iMott reached lirst on a muiiea tnrow.
- ranev ains-led. fllllna- the bases. Ather-
1 ton flew out to center and Baasey beat
' the throw In. ' McCredle singled to left
and Mott destroyed ua chances or an-
other score by trying te travel, two sta-
; lions on a snort niu
Kinsella went In In the sixth and
walked the first man, Blgbee. Haley
rrounded out and then Devereaux tied
: : the score again by a three-bagger to the
center field fence.- That ought to have
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 I
Batteries McOlvnn and Noonan: Fla
herty.and Asmussen. Umpire Bmslle,
BUTTE BEATS SPOKANE
(United Pme br Bperial Laaaed Win.)
BDokane. Wash.. Aur. 10. Qulnn's In
dlans lost' todajrs game after a hard
flaht 8ensattonal Dlays were ' f reauent
ana the rans went crasy. Kooseveit aid
fairly well for the miners. Wright was
a disappointment, being unable to eon'
trol his curves. Altman brought the
rans to their feet In the ninth by
three-bagger, but he never reached
ended It. but Atherton, in a IB-foot 5pma Ripley, the Indians' new catcher,
throw to Casey at first sent the ball I did great work and made a double play
wild and Horan was safe. Hosan scored
the final and winning run on a hit made
a little later by Van Hal tern. Fay got
ills second single or tne oar in tne nintn.
He reached second on a grounder by
lloore., Dut Basse new out to weit
tnuller. , Mott grounded out and It was
all over. Portland hit safe the largest
: number or times ana nit tne hardest
but Oakland won. , Put that in your pips
and smoke it.
' Today's double-header program will
begin at S o'clock. Pernoll and Qroom
are scheduled to do the twirling for
the home club. Offlolal score:
t ' . OAKLANTX
AB.R.H.PO. A. a.
Smith, If. ........... 10 110 0
Van Hal Urn. of. J 0 1 f 1 0
JllBS. O. ..
-laiey, no. . . . .
, Totals II B
AB. R. TL PO. A. BL
Mott, b. .....
, Atherton, lb. .
McCredle, rf. .
' Burdette, ef.
Fay, ss. ....
Callff, p. ...
bloore . . . .
t Totals .....33
' 'Moore batted for Kinsella In ninth.
SCORE BT INNINGS.
CaWand ......... 00 0 0130006
Portland 080010000 4
Hits 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 3 110
Btruck out By Hogan. 4: Callff, 1;
Klnaella, 1. Bases on balls Off Callff,
3; Hogan. 8: Klnoella, 1. Two-base hits
-Callff, SIcCredle. Donahue. Three
base hit Devereaux, Sacrlfloe hits
Van Haltrn Haley, Donahue. Hogan,
, Hit by . pitched ball Burdette. First
waBe on errors uaKiand, 2; Portland 1
Left on bases Oakland. 8 ; Portland! 1
innings pitched By Callff B; Kinsella,
Ji . , t T" cnarge de
feat to Klnaella Time of game, I hours.
, Umpire Perrine.
;v Exciting; Struggle t Chicago.
F Chicago, Aug. lsPhlladelphla made
It three i four from Chicago today In
a most eensational and exciting at rug-
Chicago ...v;.. I 0 M t 1 I o t a a
Philadelphia .0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 04 T 1
Batteries Taylor, Overall, Pfiester
end Kllng; 6parks and JackUtch. Um
pires Klgler and Carpenter. .
;ZK,KewTorken Bunch Hhs.
nttsbnrg," Aug. 19. Bunching their
Mts in the third Inning, the New York
ers scored three- runs snd secured . a
..ninifinoing jeaa over iitteourg. core:
l org. i . .o n U 0 0 0 J 7 1
ire ....0 o l-e 1-0 O 02 1 1
j.'iictif adim ana renaani WIN
11h, 1,i-- or and Oibson.: Umpires Klein
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 S
Spokane 0 0300000 02
Batteries Roosevelt and Me vera r
. . . - . . '
wngni ana ipiey.
ANGELS BEE AK SEALS'
LONG WINNING STEEAK
Ban Francisco. Aua. 10. Bv rerelst
ently hammering the benders of both
Eddie Quick and "Silvers" Henlev. the
Angels took today's game from the
seals, Breaking the lone: wlnnlnar streak
or tne locate, score by innings:
Los Angeles .0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 14 1
San Franclsool 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 2
Batteries Los Angeles, Oray and Ho-
fan; San Francisco, Henley, Quick and
treet Umpire Derrick.
....... 4 0 0 I 0 0
e se V ss at m v
4 0 0 S 8 0
.... S 1 111 1
....... 4 1 0 1 0 0 II 4V?4 .
I i I 1 '
:::::: 4 I'll 5 a l
3 1 3 4 3 1 1 A K.
1 0 0 0 1 0 1 a , ' t v I
-1 0 0 0 0 0 I V , i 1
. II i Vj' . , M v 1
4 10 IT IT 4 1 ? ? I
tit, I,""' v:!
The natural end of the pugillatlc career of Jameg J. Jeffries will be defeat. He eayg that he will not fight
again, but some day the call of the battle will prove too alluring. At he sprang np so will his vanquisher
appear. The above cartoon Illustrates Artist Carter's conception of the act of finale In Jeffries' ring
Leading Teams Preparing
for Final Pennant Strug
gle 4 Games Today.
Close Game at Cincinnati - ,
Cinr.lnn Aug. 10.7Tn a close game
CU)u.iuiaU y;eu down te defeat before
. A't 't
fi V I j f 1
I tf i
" r - v
.Porkorny, Portland's1 Substitute
first Baseman, "
TODAY S TRI-CITT QAMEB.
At St Johns Apostles va Bohemlana
At Kelso Trunks vs. Tigers, double-
At Wood barn Brews vs. Indians.
German, the new twlrler for ths
Woodburn Indians, has been working in
the Trolley league all summer. He
ranked among the leading pitchers of
that league, has speed, a good change of
pace and fine control. As a fielder ho
ranks away up. Manager Orover has
secured a good man to heln out In the
The nennant race has assumed Inter
esting proportions inaeea, with wooa-
burn. the Frakes and Kelso neck and
neck, headed for the stretch and all
three straining every muscle to crods
unaer tne wire nrsi. coming rast and
Just behind Is Charlie Moore and his
Apostles, taking ths dust, but well in
the running. Kelso Is picked as the
favorite, and ths fans are betting that
the Tigers will land the rag. During
this month the leaders will play among
themselves a gams or two, and in Sep
tember the finish flag will drop with
the leaders playing among themselves.
In the second division Astoria seems
to be clinging to first place, with the
frisky Cubs banging onto the Trunk
makers and Brewers flirting with tall
end honors. The tallenders will play
among, each other In September when
ever possiois, ana as tne teams are
evenly matohed and all local boys, they
win prove um interesting u tne strug'
Kiss vi tne icnaera.
MEL LONG HAILED AS COMING
WORLD'S CHAMPION AT TENNIS
(Journal flpedal terrlea)
Los Angeles, CaL. Aug. 10. Los An
gsles believes that Melville Long, the
17-year-old coast . champion at tennis
who wrested ths championship of south
ern California from Hal Braly last Sat
urday, la destined to be a world's cham
pion before he reaches his majority.
Long, who Is from San Francisco, is
a tall, lanky boy of 17. who Is still
in his freshman year at college. He
has defeated all of the leading expo
nents of tennis on the Pacific coast
He holds every title of Importance on
the coast the Paclflo coast champion
ship, the California state champion
ship and now ths southern California
championship. In each of these events
he went through to the challenge round
without the loss of a set. In the
tournament last week, he did not lose
one set or singles until the challenge
round, although he was obliged to slay
in succession Oardner, Bell, Sinsabaugh
and Braly. This In ths face of the fact
that he was - playing on cement courts
for the first time In his life a thing
that has caused the downfall of many
northerner who has tried for Long's
new title In the past
Longrs style of play is said to re
semble that of Malcolm Whitman, ths
greatest of the American champions of
the past decade. He delivers his
strokes In the same easy manner that
distinguished Whitman's style, never
wasting his strength by unnecessarily
clouting the bait and never racing
about the court In a vain effort to re
cover "killed" balls. His game never
lets up, but he refuses to tire himself
for a point that is not necessary. In
this and other ways he displays a mas
terful Judgment that conserves his
strength, and Is ths ons element In his
present game that points mors surely
than bis fine stroke to future possi
Three elements In Long's game dis
tinguish him as a great player. They
are his "tennis Judgment" as mani
fested in his conserving his strength.
jliis choice of strokes, and ths unfailing
way In which he takes advantage of
his opponent the moment the latter
gets out of position; secondly, his build,
which gives him height and reach, and,
thirdly, his mastery of all of the funda
mental strokes. The combination of
these elements produces tennis that is
artistlo to a degree that even thoss not
familiar with the nns points may en-
lov watching It.
Joe Daily, the old professional, who
has watched the development of the
Whltneys, the Hardys, and other coast
champions, believes that Long has de
veloped the greatest form of any Pa
cific .coast piayer. ,
' ' By W, W. Jfaugtiton!
(Hsarat News by Longest teased Wtraf
Baa Franolsco, ' August 10. Three
fights la 10 days. That Is what ths
sports of Saa Franolsco have to" look
forward to and ths prospect Is enough
te dull the appetite of the most pro-
Ia the pressnt Instance there Is no
reason for doubting that the various
attractions will gat whatever le coming!
to tnsm in the way of reward. Thej
Schrsck-Kaufmana affair, which Is tol
be handled by Aleck Oreggatne on Au
gust 10, looks like a whole-souled what
lng matoh between a couple of strong!
The Joe Thomaa-Toung KstchslI eon
test which Cof froth la to stage at hlsl
Mission street arena, haa har.4
irom us last place, as it were. Thd
young stalwarts met at Mirvivin. l
July 4, and the battle was such a thrilH
lng, tempestuous struggle that the spee-J
tators voiced a demand for a return en-j
cvumer rciore tney iiir tne ringside.
Depends on Oans-Kemslo Cto.
Then there la tha Rrltt-Aana
um dui on at some point yet to be named
m bu nuicisco on Admission day. Ac
cording to Jack Oleaaon. whn tn m.-
age the event the fate of this particular
go will hsng in the balance until the!
Oans-Msmslo match Is decided. n This)
meeting taaes piace at ixa Angeles onJ
August 23.. Oleaaon feels that nnttlnJ
n j. xr ii m,--iJ"11" "? "T"" wow fl
UUULUreS XlUriU Treat J. CUIUS stags wouiane equivalent to betting
la large sum to nothing that Oana wiiu
whip Memsla As things stand, thersH
tore, until me uans-Memslo contest be-f
comes a Dart of record the Rrltt-ftanJ
fight can simply be regarded ae soms4
luing mat may or may not be.
Tha writer had a talk wtrh nattftnJ
Nelson a day or two ago and found hlmj
ae jaunty and confident ' ever. And!
ths Battler made rather a at ran re arlJ
mission. Some fighters often attribute!
their adverses to drink, but ths Dane.
says ne worked his undoing by eatla
tO 111 UGH.
Xaoeked Oat by Two Steaks.
"It was this way," said Nelson,
Championship at Ta-
CALIFORNIA GIRL IS
Tyler and Miss Ryan of Pasadena
Win In Mixed Doubles Over Craw-1 bunch of us want Into a restaurant
coupia or nours before the fight
ford and Miss Hotchldss of Oak-
(Special Diapatea te The JosrsaL)
Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 10. Some of
the best tennis ever seen In Tacoma
took place here today In the playing off
of the finals In the Pacific northwest
Joe Tyler, the Seattle "phenom, did
ths star work all day and tonight stands
champion of the Naclflc northwest In
two events. ,
The contest between Tyler and He-
Burnsy of Spokane In the men' singles,
was doubtless the best exhibition of
fast work Tacoma tennis enthusiasts
have ever seen. Flvs sets were played,
the players tying time after time, and
there appearing to be no end to the
cleverness and resource ef each. In
winning Tyler got three out of five
sets, the final score standing 8-8, 8-8,
6-4 4-8. 6-0.
Nearly as good as this notable exhibi
tion or sKiu was tne cnampionsnip
match ill ladles' singles. All the local
and even Northwest players were elim
inated in the semi-finals yesterday,
leaving Miss Hotchklss and Miss Ryan,
two fast California players, to dispute
the field. Miss Hotcnklss of Oakland
won in two straight sets, ths score be
ing e-4, -s. Miss Kyan is from Fasa
The otfcer matoh In which Tyler made
Sood for the championship was In mixed
oubles, ths finals of whloh closed ths
tournament late this afternoon. With
Miss Kyan lor a partner, Tyler jdsfeat
wanted a big. Juicy steak and the others
ordered steaks, too. WelL mine waa
cooked first and It was a fine slab oft
meat I tell you. When I had finished
tne otner eteaas were coming in. and
ws found they had cooked one too many
It looked so good that I wouldn't let
them take It back. I just tackled ifl
right then and there."
WelL I didn't get away with It alL'l
said Bat with a show of confusion. 't
put a big dent In It, and I was loggy all
through ths fight." - 1
"See here, continued tne Dane. "I any
afraid to onen my mouth for fear I'll
be accused of trying to take soms ot)
the credit from Brltt But this talkf
that I'm all In and that Oans beat aii
the fight out of me Is stuff. I'm as
good as ever."
Nelson says he will be ready for Brltt
again whenever Jimmy cares to glvi
him a chance.
"We fought three of the best flghti
ever Seen hereabouts, and 1 guess we'l
pull a big gats again next time," said
For a psnnant winning team the
woodburn Indians are receiving the
ranaesi or support both financially
and morally. The fans of the little
ourg are not saucing up tneir team, nor
seem to appreciate the efforts of the
management to land the nennant Tha
advertising for the town alone should
bring out ths good will and shekels of
a unitea ianaom. it costs money to
operate a ball team, no matter what the
mass, ana it is a tnanxiess job even at
its best for the man who eaaava th
leadership of any aggregation. It is
van more discouraging when the local
sang ao not turn out to Cheer the team
on. The largest crowds the Woodburn
team has nulled have been made un nt
people zrom surrounding towns. It Is
the plan of the league officials to
but the weak towna next year and flfi
ineir piacea witn live ones.
The umpires will work tndav tni.
lows: Burnalda at Relan OhAwna st
Johns,' Mangold at Woodburn. -
The Frakes and Cubs have a damn
today, no games being scheduled for
Johnnie Tanscher and Rmta Rtmit
two of the clever members nt ) rnk
aggregation, are shooting deer , up In
tne mountains or vvasmnglon, .
The regular monthly, meatfn tha
board of directors of the Tri-City league
will be held Wednesday, evenlnv ha
14th, of this month, a the. office s
Secretary Smith. 122 Grand avenue. A
couple of protested games and a big
bunch or miscellaneous business win re
ceive the attention of the magnates.
Somebodv has remarked that the re
organised "Cubs are putting up a mighty
fast article oi ban, ana aaas tnat it is
Ditv that tnev didn't get togetner in
the early part of the season." The Cubs
have all along played good ball, and
have held the leaders to many close
scores, but couldn't get together long
enough In one series to pull the
requisite numoer or games to win. xne
trouble seemed to have been In having
too many good individual players and
not enough team work. '
Manager Partlow of the Trunkmakers
has released his star twlrler. Oardner,
whom he secured from some local Inde
pendent team. He has also released
''Old Reliable" Jameson, the lad who Is
liable to break up any game at any old
time with a smash over the fence-
Gardner returns to Independent ball,
and Jameson is being angled for by
several managers in tne league.
league rules Insist upon an official score
of each match game, and only such as
ars so reported count In the winning
of the pennant Failure to properly re
port a game not only throws ths game
out, out lays ins oiienaer name to a
COLIN IS CHAMPION
Manager Rankin of the Kelso Tigers
nas released irst . Baseman Beeoee,
snortstops snairer ana eater, outfield
ers Halbert Smith, Lachapelle and Nel
son. He has signed Shortstop Hearne,
one of the fastest lnflelders from the
Trolley league, and has plugged un ths
hole on the infield that lias cost so
many bases.. Pitcher Hull can now lob
'em over, or play with the batter, as he
pleases, confident that he has a stone
wau nenina mm. ana one of tne fast
est outfields in the league.
Michel, the man-whom everv nltcher
fears, now leads the league with a bat
ting percentage of .4(2, which Is some
"swatting." Michel Is a natural free
batter, hitting the ball with eass at
Some of the Trl-Cltv league niiunn
will be. a bit Surprised at the close of
the season . to find that some of the
Rames played will not be Included In ths
st of games won and lost for the tea
son thai no official score has ever heen !
nailed to tne secretary for tUin$. Thej
(Hearst Haws by Loegeit Leased Wire.)
Saratoga, Aug. 10. Colin, ths great
son of commando-rastoreiia, is now
without a rival for the S-year-old
championship. With the heavy burden
ot 122 pounds on bis back, ths undefeat
ed colt won the Saratoga special from
Uncle In a -manner. Derating his - noble
sire. .. - j
With the purse; won ; today, Colln's
earnings have reached the high mark ot
168.000. He has started flvs times and
won every, event.
First race, seven furlongs Tom Mc-
uratn (Miner, even, won raust du
gun), second; Inquisitor, (Henry) third.
Time. 1 126.- .-. v "
Second-race, about three miles, stee
plechase Commissioner Fontaine
(Stone), 11 to 20, won; Rocket (Me
ciain). second; st. voima (Archibald),
third. Time, 8: J2. ; f ' ,
Third race, six 'fuMtrars. ' Saratov
special conn t Miner; r to &, won;
Uncle (Dugan),' second. .' Time. .1:12.
Only two starters. -v.- - .
Fourth race,- mile and a quarter
Ball (Dugan) second; Cork H1U (Miller)
third. -Time.' 2:07. x. -:: ,
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs
Marbles (Notierj, o to l. won; Tenancy,
y courtesy iuo we), second; James is.
Brady (Beckman).- third. Time. 1:07.
. Sixth raoe. mils and three-sixteenths
cairn uorm (Mountain), 18 to f. won;
Tourenne (Korner) - second i vGaliavant
(Miller),, third. - Time. l:8. .-. ; V
Padron. the Cuban ; nlaver with tha
Brooklyn Atlantlcs. is a versatile nlaver.
wnen not Ditcntoa- na niava in ua out-
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' A; t.iaf airito'Biilliftff.an
"Pearl" Casey, Portland's Star . In-
fielder,' the Best Second Baseman
ia ' the ;Coaat Leaf usA; !
ed Miss Hotchklss and Crawford In two!
straight sets, the score standing 6-4J
Miss Hotchklss as winner of tha la.
dies' championship gets the Ashton oupj
and Tyler receives the Thorps cup. Fofl
lowing the announcement of the vlo-l
tors in tne tournament the cups wersi
presented to tne cnarnplons.
Tonight the visiting nlayers are scat.
terlng, most of them going to Vancou4
ver, iintian uoiumDia, where the inter
national tournament begins Monday.
WEEK'S SPORT CALENDAR
Monday German American
sondsr-class yacht races berlr.
Kiel;, North Dakota tennt
plonshlp tournament opens at
Grand Forks; International ten
nis competitions begin at Van
couver, British Columbia; grand
circuit race meeting opens at
Poughkeepsle, New Tork; Iowa-Nebraska-Kansas
pionship begins at Sioux City,
Tussday Great western elr-'
cult race meeting opens at Gales
burg, Illinois; Vermont state
tennis championship tournament
opens at St. Johnsbury, Vermont;
twenty-eighth annual tourna
ment of the National Archery as
sociation begins at Chicago. ',
Wednesday Ninth annua
Georgia stats shooting tourna
ment begins at Atlanta.
Thursday Annual tournament
of the National Association of
Angling clubs opens at Raolns,
Wisconsin; east south and west
tennis doubles at the Crescent Ai
C, Brooklyn, New York. .
tlons begins at Port Clinton,
Ohio, for places' on the American '
team In the rifle shoot for the
Saturday First series of tha i
Llpton cup races of the Colum-A
bla Tacht club, Chicago.
RSSTORES VITALITY Here cared thoaunda
or cases of ' NerTOM Debility and laeomala.
They lu the brain, streactbea the lronlatlon.
naks dlfeation perfect end imptrt isiiigDene
vigor to tne wbole belsg. All dreloa uX,
Meopee pernaaeauy. 8L09 ner bos. fifc-?
sealed. Book free. Perilaa Wed. Oe., SS5
arcb it, PbiladelDhia. Sold in Portlaad entr
oy wonawara. Ulars Co.'