The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on August 24, 1942 · 11
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Caught in the Draft .." Mysterious John Montague was strefched out on a bench in the locker room at Shaughnessy yesterday when one of the stewards informed him that Hollywood was on the phone. Monty shuffled off and was back in ten minutes with a very serious expression on his plump jowls. ' ' ' "Boy, did I just get some news," he cracked, "that was to tell me that my draft notice had arrived. I m In the army as soon as I get home." Monty had been expecting to be drafted but not quite so suddenly. . He should have reported, according to the notice, on Saturday but of course that was a tough date to keep. He left this morning with Bill Frawley for Hollywood. Frawley, incidentally, will work a couple of weeks and then leave lor the East and the World Series. BUI, who owns part of a Los Angeles ball club, is a baseball Tan of the first water. Guy Kibbee, George Von Elm and Lew Scott climbed into Kibbee's station wagon last night and started south. They're heading for some of the streams in Oregon for a week of fishing before moving on home. - Lloyd Maiigrum has a flare of color just like any other big leaguer. When he'd finished his final round he acknowledged the loud applause with a wave of his arm then tossed his ball in the air for the crowd to scramble for. He's a better than fair speech-maker, too. He wrapped up everything very nicely in his Texan drawl and wound up with ''and I also want to thank my fellow professionals for taking as many strokes as they did. Sailor Tucker Looks In Without exception the visiting professionals had Bincere praise for the way the galleries conducted themselves. Von Elm, who should know about galleries, said he'd never seen such well-behaved galleries anywhere. Mrs. Neil Christian, Neil's number one fan, was asked how her spouse was doing. "We were 69 this morning," she replied. " Ken Tucker, the likeable young professional -from Yakima who has always been a contestant in local tournaments, didn't play this year because he's in the U.S. Navy. But he couldn't stay away. He and a buddy arrived to see the fun yesterday all decked out in their naval finery. One vouns? Jadv in the gallery introduced herself to Bill Frawley and remarked how much she admired Bill's tie. So Bill whipped it off and gave it to her. Harrv Forward was over from Nanaimo to see the finals dav's Dlav. Harry is secretary of the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey League and says the first league meeting will be held the middle of next month. The hockey picture isn't a rosy one, says aarry. Van couver has no ice and likely won t have any, xsanaimo has ice but no team yet. .-.. - Jack Nicholson was down from Cyama In tho Okanagan and so was Bill Cooper on ,f ourlough from his army unit. In the draw held in connection with the tourna ment Wing Commander Pitt Clayton drew a Mr. Belan- ger's ticket from the barrel for the $500 first money. Dune Hamilton took second money of $200 and Bob 'Capilano Brown was the third lucky number for a C-note. THE VANCOUVER SUN Vancouver's Home Newspaper MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1942 PAGE 11" DOW OSBORN CHALKS UP NUMBER 21 BELIEVE IT OR NOT By RIPLEY , Spok ane Here Opens Tonight inoVEL ALAMHN-the Egyptian town WHEW "IHI EN6H.ISH.STOPPED ROMMCL, WEANS: "THE EVER FAITHFUL ON WHKH WE CAN RELY 4 RAWSHS GROWN 15fiETHR N.Y. .C. or E.C.lWDERHia Yanktort,S.& 1 BANISH IANGUA6E 'GIFT MEANS BOTH 'POISON m 'MARRIED' WALLACE WATA8ABE 60U6H SAT UP AT THE AGE Of - 7tYS WWorIK Tex MAJOR LEAGUE BOX SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 84 St. Loul 77 New York 65 Cincinnati 59 Pittsburgh !S5 Chicago 58 Boston du Philadelphia , B4 (SUNDAY) YORK ill h t Werber.Sb S 0 0 SjReese.ss 4 1 1 4Rigg.3b 4 3 1 liRelser.cf 4 1 16 0 Camilll.lb 8 0 3 nWalker.rf 0 0 0 O.Medwlck.U 3 13 0jHerman,2b 4 0 3 l Owen.c 3 O'O S.Hiibe.p 1 0 0 u 3 10 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Oi .706 .642 .533 .492 .466 .460 .403 .296 Wltek,2b Ott.rt Mite, lb Young, c Maynard.ct Barna.lf Jurges.ss Mancuso.c Marshall Schmachr.p Danntng.c Feldman.p BROOKLYN ab h o a 5 13 5 3 0 1 4 3 10 4 310 0 ' 3 0 6 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 3 4 3 7 0 3 1 0 ! SO 10 Totals 84 6 X27 20 Totals 36 1 Ratted for Mancuso In sixth. xNone out in tenth when winning runs New York 000003000 34 Brooklyn 000101000 48 Error Reiser. Twobaae Camilli, Owen. Three-base hit Reiser. Home runs Ott. Mize. CamiUl. Bases on balls Off Schumacher 3. Higbe 9. Struck out By Higbe 5: Losing pitcher Schumacher. " PITTSBURGH I ab h o a! ST. LOUIS ab h o a Coscarart.ss Wasdell.rf Stewart.lf Ellic,tt,3b Fletcher, lb DIMaggio.ef Gustlne,3b . Lopez.c Hentilmn.jr Klinger.p 4 2 4 6 Brown.2b 5 1 0 d' Moore. cf 4 0 3 OlSlaughter.rf 4 3 3 3 Murial.lf 5 2 10 II W;Ccoper.c 5 11 0!Kurowski,3b 4 3 8 8 Marion.es 4 14 1 Hopp.lb 10 0 liGumbert.p 3 0 0 Cricket Bill Hendy Hot as Locals Beat RAF j . By TOM SELLERS It was particularly unfortunate ior the Royal Air Force cricketers that they should catch Bill Hendy at his best when they opposed a Mainland League eleven on upper Brockton Saturday. Batting first, the local team hit up the formidable total of 246, and the best the RAF could do in reply was 62. Hendy was their bogey both In batting and bowling. He made top score with 78 which Included 124's and 2-6's. Not content with that he then proceeded to take 7 wickets for 26 runs. Consistent batting with such scores as 40 by Bert Rush, 39 Teddy Smyth, 35 Dick Hardisty, and 25 Gibbons featured the Van couver innings and the total would have been much higher but for brilliant work in the field. . The work at "Point" was really marvellous. The only batsman to reach double figures for the visitors was J. Hooker with a nicely played 18. Batting a second Innings, the RAF scored 97 for 8 wickets when time was called. Hooker again batted well to score 20 not out and N. Lowes scored 23. .- ' MAUiXAVD LEAGUE IX W. Clarke, e Peckham, b Lowes . R. Hardisty. low. b Redman..... A. Roughton, b Peckham ..... E. Smyth, c Lows, b Peckham... Bill Hendy, c Hooker, b Borden... K. Mair, b Lowex S. J. Remnant, r Redman, b Lowes L. Gibbons, b Peckham B. Rush, b Peckham ............ T. Peddle, not out H. Lane, b Borden R. Humphrey, b Peckham , txiraa ...... SPORT EWTS Total 346 Bowline analysis Lowes 3 for 74: Peckham 4 for 76; Palmer O for 40; Redman 1 for 26; Borden S for 23. ROYAL AIR FORCE M. Hodge, lbw, b Peddle 3 J. Hooker, b Hardisty J8 R. Peckham, b Hendy 4 N. Lowes, lbw. b Hendy 4 S. Borden, b Hendy . ....... 3 M. Harris, e Lane, b Hendy...... 3 A. Palmer, atp Ls.ne, b Kendy.... O K. Cole, (tp Laie. b Hendy...... 2 T. Williams not out S P. Pike, e Smyth, b Hardisty .... O C Redman, c Remnant, b Hardisty 1 ka. Perry, lbw, b Hendy 4 ; Extra 15 j Total ............762 ' Bowling analysis Hendy 7 for 36; fcardiatjr 3 lot S; Peddie 1 for 12. ( TONIGHT Western International Baseball 8:00 Vancouver vs. Spokane, Ath letic Park. Burrard Baseball Semi-final 6:30 Diethers vi. St. Regis, Powell Street. Horse Racing 4:45 Seven running racei, Hastings Park. Lacrosse 8:30 Norvans vs. Burrards, Calll-iter Park. Women's Softball Finals 9:00 Hedlund vs. Liberals, Centre Fane TUESDAT Western International Baseball 8:00 Vancouver vs. Spokane, Athletic Park. Horse Racing 4:43 Seven running races, Hastings Park. Men's Softball Finals 9:00 Angelui vs. Stacys, Centre Park. Mrs. D.iamond Wins Golf Tourney Mrs. Diamond won the ladies' pitch and putt golf tourney at Stanley Park yesterday with a score of 54 over the 18 holes medal play. Audrey Moon was second with 57, Diana Moon third with 58 and Mrs. Wilson fourth with a 6a In fifth place was Mrs. Heritage. SACRAMENTO. Calif. The Sacramento baseball club, in second place as the Pacific Coast Leaeue enters the home stretch, Saturday purchased Gene Lillard. third baseman pitcner irom Rochester. Totals S 11 2T : aSanders M.Cooper.p bWalker Krltt.p Totals 4 114 4 0 10 ;n : o 4 0 10 3 0 7 0 4 112 3 10 5 4 1 It 0 3 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 S3 f 37 13 aBatted for Gumbert in sixth. bBatted for M. Cooper in eighth. Pittsburgh St Louis 00020103 0 S 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 Error Elliott. W. Cooper. Marion. Three-base hit Gustine. Home runs Kurowski. Fletcher. Bases on bails Off Heintzelman 0. Gumbert 2. M. Cooper 1. Struck out By Heintzelman S. Klinaer 1. Gumbert S, M. Cooper 1. Winning pitcher Klinger. Losing pitcher M. Cooper. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York ........... 81 42 .659 Boston 72 81 .585 Cleveland ' 64 58 .525 St. Louis 64 59 .520 Detroit 61 64 .483 Chicago 53 64 .453 Washington 48 71 .430 Philadelphia 48 82 .369 SUNDAY' BOSTON PHILADELPHIA OiMasgio.cf Pesky, ss WlllUms.lf Doerr,2b Lupien.lb Finney.rf Tabor.3b Peaeock.c Hughson.p ab h o a 4 1 1 m Kreevlch.cf 3 0 1 3 Miles. rf a 1 3 0 Suder.ob 3 0 1 4 Siebert.lb i nu 4 10 0! 3 13 5 4 0 3 1 4 1 1 31 Totals 30 6 27 IS aBatted for Wolff Johnson.lf McNair.ss Davis. Jb Wagner.o Wolff.p aBlalr ab hoa 4 3 0 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 3 T 4 1 14 1 4 0 2 0 2 0 2 2 3 12 1 3 0 3 1 3 0 0 2 10 0 0 Christophr.p 0 0 0 1 Totals m 8th. 31 4 37 15 Boston 10010000 0 i Philadelphia 00000080 00 Error Lupien. Two-base hits Kree- vich, Lupien. Home runs Tabor. Bases on balls Off Wolff 4, Hughson 1, Chris topher 1. Struck out Hushson Wolff 1. ST. LOUIS ab h o a Gutridge,2b 5 110 Clift.Sb 4 13 1 Laabs.rf 2 0 2 0 Judnlch.cf 8 2 10 Stephens. sa .1 0 3 3 McQuln.Ib 4 0 0 McQuillen.If 4 3 0 0 Crlscola.lf Ferrell.c Nlggeling.p Blodwrth.2b Cramer.cf McCosky.lf York.Jb Higgins..1b Harris, rf Lipon.ss 0 0 1 0aGehringer III U arsons. c 4 0 0 2i bRadcllff cGorsica i Newhoser.p dRoss DETROIT lb hoi 1 4 0 1 3 2 1 4 0 3 2 0 1 4 11 3 0 3 10 0 8 0 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 10 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 83 7 27 S Totals 33 3 2715 aBatted for Llpon in 9th. bBatted for Parsons in 9th. cRan for Radclift In 9th. dBatted for Newhouser In th. St. Louis 00000030 03 Detroit 00000100 01 Errors Lipon. York 2. Two-base hits McQuillen. R add iff. Bases on balls- Off Niggeling 4, Newhouser 4. Struck out By Niggeling 7. Newhouser . PHILADELPHIA I ab h o al L.Waner Mrtaugh.ss Glossop,2b Lltwhiler.U Etten.lb Northey.rf May,3b Bragan.e Hoerst.p aKlein Podgainy.p BOSTON ab h 0 4 0 4 0 Holmes.cf 4 0 1 4 2 0 SSistl,2b 3 2 1 3 0 2 1 Fernandes.lf 4 2 0 4 0 8 olGremp.lb 8 011 4 2 3 II West.rf 4 13 4 12 0 Kluttz.e 2 0 1 8 12 1 Miller ,ss 4 0 8 2 0 3 0 Roberge.Sb 4 11 3 0 0 OlJavery.p 2 0 0 1 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 24 8! Totals aBatted for Hoerst in seventh. 30 27 14 Philadelphia Boston . . . ,010000000 00200010 X Error Murtaueh. Two-base hits Fer nandez. West. Three-base hit Etten, Bases on balls Off Hoerst 4. Podgajny 1 Javery 2. Struck out By Hoerst 1, Podgajny 1, Javery 1. Losing pitcher Hoerst. CINCINNATI ID B O II CHICAGO ab h o a 4 15 4 Hack.Sb 4 0 0 0 Cavareta.lb 1 0 0 0! Nicholson. rf 5 12 0iNovikoff.it 3 3 2 0' Dalesndro.cf 4 2101McCullugh.e 4 0 0 HHemandez.c 4 0 2 2jMerullo,ss 4 13 8Sturaeon,2b 4 3 0 2 Paseau,p Frey.2b M.McCrk.cf aWalker Marshall, rf Tipton, if F.McCrk.lb Haas. 3b Lamanno.e Joost.ss Walters.p Totals 37213f Totals 23 7 27 14 aBatted for M. McCormlck In ninth. 4 2 1 4 113 1 3 13 6 8 0 3 0 8 13 0 10 10 23 2 0 0 2 3 13 4 3 11 Cincinnati Chicago . ,000000000- 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ox 8 Errors Haas 3. Marshall. Hack. Two- base hit Cavaretta. Bases on balls- Off Passeau 3. Struck out By Walters 2, Passeau 3. New York Brooklyn IMEBKATIONAL Sunday Rochester 5-6, Jersey City 3-t Buffalo 2-0, Montreal 5-3. ' Toronto 3-0, Baltimore 0-7. Newark 3-2, Syracuse 8-6. Satnrdsy Rochester 5. Jersey City 6. Toronto 1. Baltimore 3. Montreal 2, Syracuse 19. Buffalo 1. Newark 5. AMZBICAX ASSOCIATION Sanday Kansas aty 1-7, St Paul 8-1 Toledo 5-0, Indianapolis 1-L Milwaukee 6-3, Minneapolis 5-6. Columbus 2-3, Louisville 7-7. Saturday Kansas City 7. St. Paul Z Toledo 4, Indianapolis 9. Milwaukee 8, Minneapolis 4. Columbus fi, LouUvlUa 1Q. Second Games) R. H. E. ... 100 04 5 6 0 ... 020 32 7 6 0 (Five innlnes) Muneo, Carpenter (4) Adams (5) ana uanning; Head, Casey, (5, Macon (5) and Sullivan. Pittsbureh .. OOO 000 002 21 St Louis .... 100 200 20x 5 11 1 LannlnsL Ham In (2). Wllkie (6). Dletz (7) and Phelos: Dickson and O'Dea. Cincinnati .... 000 000 000 0 2 0 Cihcago 010 010 lOx 3 9 0 uemnsrer ana Lamanno; warneke ana scnemne. Philadelphia . 100 100 000 2 7 0 Boston 000 OOO 000 0 4 0 Melton and Livingston; Salvo, Tost la; ana amoarai. SATURDAY R- H . New York .... Ill 010 15 9 4 Brooklyn 221 103 110 16 0 McGee, Lohrman (3) Sunkel (5) Adams (6) and Dannlng; Hlgbe, Casey (2) and Owen. Pittsburgh .. 210 111 OOO 11 1 St Louis . 104 200 OOx 7 11 8 Klinger WTIkie 4. Gornickl f5 and Lopez; Kriat Pollet (5) Beazley (5 Lanier (7) and W. Cooper. Cincinnati 102 100 OOO OO 4 11 3 Chlcaeo .. 022 000 000 01 5 13 1 Riddle, Thompson (7) and La man-no: Flemins;. Bithorn (3) Errickson (11 and McCullouch. Philadelphia 000 010 000 0 1 7 0 Boston .... mo iw uuu 1 2 a o Huehea and Livinpstnn: Tobin and Mast Second Game Phnadelphlat . Ill 100 100 5 12 1 Boston ...... auo uuo UUO 3 6 0 Johnson and Bragan; Tost Sain Oi. and Kluttz, NEW WASHINGTON ab h o a Case rf 4 3 3 0 Spence.cf 4 2 10 Cullnbine.lf 4 2 2 0 Vernon.lb 5 4 12 Sullivan. ss 5 0 2 0 PofahUb 4 0 10 Croucher,2b 4 0 17 Evans, c 3 13 1 Hudson.p 8 12 1 Zuber.p 0 0 0 1 aCampbell 110 0!Breuer,p Masterson.p 0 0 0 01 bRosar Rizzuto.ss , Rolfe,3b Henrlch.lb DIMasgio.ef Keller.U Gordon, 2b Dickey ,e Selkirk, rf Ruffing.p Murphy.p YORK ab h 0 a 5 18 4 12 1 4 2 5 1 4 13 0 3 12 0 4 3 4 2 4 o r o 4 110 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 Totals 87 13 27 171 Totals aBatted for Zuber in dth. aBatted for Breuer in 8 th. 3! 11 37 8 Washington 10101010 37 New York 20023000 0 Errors None. Two-base hits Dl-Maggio. Cullenbine. Home runs Hen-rich. Keller. Case. Bases on balls Oft Ruffing 3. Zuber 1, Murphy 1. Strike-outs-r-By Ruffing 5. Hudson 1. Zuber 1. Breuer 1, Masterson 1. Winning pitcher Zuber. Losing pitcher Murphy. CHICAGO ab h o a Kollowy.2b Moses, rl -cl Hoag.cf Kennedy ,rf Appllng.ss Wright, If Kuhel.lb Wells,3b , Tresh.c Lyons,p CLEVELAND ab hoa 4 0 1 4 Hockettrf 4 0 10 2 2 0 ojweatherly.cf 4 18 1 4 2 2 0Keltner.3b 4 14 0 0 0 0 4 114 3 110 4 0 151 Heath. If Fleming.lb Boudreau,ag Mack, 2b 3 1 3 2Desautels.e 4 0 4 OlSmlth.p 4 0 1 01 Totals 33 7 271l Totals 4 110 3 0 10 0 8 0 2 0 8 0 5 0 8 0 10 (02 ,. Vancouver Capilanos, even though sporting a comfortable 10-game Western International baseball lead over the second-place Tacomans, are a very worried bunch of ball hands. Reason for this is that the bumptious Spokane Indians open a seven-game series at Athletic Park to night and the Caps remember the last series when the Spokes walloped the leaders five games out of seven. - Needless to say another series like that would Just about force drastic measures by the Caps. , A Saturday . doubleheader split with Tacoma preserved the locals' ten-game lead, but : they still thought they should; have had the lead up to 12 garnet. In the sunlight cocktail Don Osborn shook out his twenty, first win with a 6-5 call over the Bengals but it was touch and go all the way. In the nightcap Ta. coma salvaged one out of the seven-game series with a 4-2 triumph. DONOVAN TRIPLES A very tired bunch of ball players trooped off .the field after the afternoon set-to, mostly because the sun's scintillating rays made the players droopy before one inning had elapsed. Tacoma took a 2-0 lead In the second inning of this first game when singles by Joe Brovia and Dave Molitor, a double by Manager Pop Koehler and Pat Roon-ey's infield out sent the brace scurrying across the plate. That lead was very . shortlived, however, as the Caps evened the count In the third. Maury Donovan, with Mai Mai-. lory and Clare Maddern on the sacks, lined a short fly into left field and Morry Abbott, instead of playing the ball for a single, went after the shoestring catch and missed, the ball rolling to the fence and Donovan pulling up at third for a triple and two runs. The Tigers took another two- run lead in the fifth when the Abbott, Koehler and Brovia combine clicked for base-hits and the tallies. MARSHALL LOSES ! Fred Bradley, Tacoma's righthander, appeared to have the verdict safely stowed away, but Vancouver scored once in the fifth and three times in the sixth to take away the call. Joe Brovla's homerun in the ninth brought Ta-coma close but not close enough. Big John Marshall started for the Caps at night, but he unfor tunately came up against Charlie- Schanz on one of Schanz s better nights.; , . ;.. Schanz had a no-hitter for four and two-thirds innings and in all allowed the locals six hits, the same number Tacoma collected from Marshall and Flaugher. One run In each of the fourth, 'fifth, seventh and eighth gave the Tigers their win. AJTERNOOX GAMS TACOMA ABRHPO Youngman, cf Lilly. 2b Abbott. If . Brovia, rf . Molitor, 8b Koehler, ss Stagg, c .-. Rooney, lb uraaiey, p 1 16 3 0 Totals 37 VANCOUVER AB Mallory, ss 5 Mullen. 2b 4 Maddern, cf ..... 2 Donovan. 8b 4 Jonas, It ........ 4 Ban, n 4 Sueme, c ........ 4 Paton. lb ....... 4 Osborn, p 3 S 12 24 15 R H PO A 1 2 1 It 0 0 Total 34 6 10 27 19 2 Score by Innings: Tacoma 02002000 1 5 Vancouver 00201300 X 6 31 8 27 Chicago . Cleveland 00000000 83 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 Errors Moses. Kuhel. Keltner. Two- base hits Keltner, Wells. Weatherly, Appung. eases on Dans off bmitn Strikeouts By Lyons Smith L Second Games R. H. Washlneton OOO OOO o ' New York 000 12x 3 7 Newsom and Early: Bonham and Hemsley. (came called in sixth: darkness. Chicago ... 000 OOO OOO O O S I Cleveland .. 000 000 000 1 1 10 : (10 lnnines) Wade and Turner: Bagby and Den ring. St. Louis 020 OOO 000 2 4 7 Detroit ..... 000 110 OOO 0 2 6 (10 innlnes) Muncrief and Hayei: Trout and Parsons. Boston 010 012 102 7 11 Philadelphia . 000 OOO 000 0 4 uoDson ana conroy; Aiarcnuaon and Swift. SATTTRnAT R. H. E. washlneton ooo ooo ooo o s New York ... 010 000 OOx 1 4 0 Carrasouel and Evans: Borowy and Hemsley. Chlcaeo 100 003 OOO 8 7 2 Cleveland .... 000 100 000 1 7 1 Smith and Tresh: Dean. Kennedy (9) and Denning. Boston . ... (500 000 42511 13 1 Philadelphia . 001 002 000 3 8 4 Terry, Brown (7) and Conroy, Pea- pock (7): Knott. Fowler (7) and Swift. Second Game Boston 034 022 00011 17 0 Philadelphia . 310 OOO 100 5 10 3 tvewsome ana reacoca; u. narru. and H. Wagner. YnkowsW (7). FACinC COAST LEAGtK Sunday Portland 4-8, Seattle 3-4. Los Angeles 4-4, San Francisco 2-3. San Diego 2-L Sacramento 6-X Oakland 4-7. Hollywood 5-1. Saturday Portland 9-4, Seattle 8-3. Los Angeles 0-2. San Francisco 3-3. Oakland 1-3, Hollywood 4-1. San Diego 3, Sacramento 91 i Summary: Runs responsible for- Osborn 3, Bradley 4. Struck out By osborn l, by Bradley 2. Bases on nans un usoorn 4. orr Bradley 3, Wild pitch Osborn, Bradley. Left on bases Tacoma 9, Vancouver 7. Home run Brovia. Three-base hit-Donovan. Two-base hits Koehler, Mallory, Paton. Rum batted In Koehler 2. Rooney, Donovan Brovia 2, Mallory 2, Paton 2. Stolen base Mallory. Double plays Koeh ler to Lilly to Rooney; Mullen to MaiJory to Paton: Maddern to Mul len. Time 1:45. Umpires ienezlch NIGHT GAME TACOMA . AB R H PO A E Youngman, cf .... 3 0 0 1 0 0 Lilly, 2b 4 1 1.1 2 0 Abbott, If 4 0 1 3 0 0 Brovia, rf 4 0 1110 Molitor, 3b 3 1 0 1 3 0 Koehler, ss 4 13 13 0 Spurgeon, e 4 0 0 7 1 0 Rooney, lb 2 1 0 11 1 0 Schanz, p ....... 3 0 1110 Totali 30 4 6 27 11 "VT VANCOUVER AB R H PO A E Mallory, ss 5 0 1 3 2 0 Mullen. 2b 4 0 0 2 5 0 Maddern, cf .... 2 11 11 0 Donovan, e 3 112 4 0 Jonas, If ....... 4 0 1 3 0 0 Ball, e 4 0 0 2 0 0 Sueme, rf ....... 401110 Paton, lb 4 0 1 13 0 0 Marshall, p 2 0 0 0 1 0 Flaugher, p ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total . 33 2 6 37 14 "fl I OFFICIAL FORM CHART Hastings Park, Vancouver. B.C., Saturday, August 33, 1912. First day. ' A i M FIRST ACE Claiming. - Purse $500. For three-year-olds and up. 4iUl Claiming price 1700. Purse divided: First 32S, second 3100, third 00, fourth 125. SEVEN ' FURLONGS. - . OdsStr Index Horse and Owner PP Vt St K V, K Str Fin Jockey" 4385 Love Us A (CMEneix) ..1 115 8 51 8 2 3" 4358 Patolan 4 (Johsn&Hanfrd) 8 111 1 2' H 1 11 4384 Hoops My Dear 4 (Johnsn) 8 107 3 8 4 8' 8' (4386) Stolen Color A (Couplnd) 3 134' 2 .1' ,l ' (4304) Beauty Warm (rorihaw) 4 112 S 71. S" 4S 4l 4373 Lady Aurellus A (Yateal 7 107 7 3 8.8 71, 4331 Oulmax 8 (MrsChandler) 111 4' 4' 2 . 0 (4391) Frisco Boy 7 (RosebankS) 5 121 S ' 7s 7 8 1" AHowry l JWBailey' 8' RSummers 4 RNielsen 3' ESporri 2.571 8.80 1.85 28.20 2.05 Sivewright 49.10 7 Chrlatnsn 25.UI 8 JRKelly 20.10 32 MUTUELS Lave Us Patolan Hoops My Dear Stralsht Place ,., I7.1S' 83.80 ... 87.20 Show 32,55 Br g A. 84.1) 32.80 Winner Marcus Aurellus-Desert Love Trained by ; C. M. Enelx Apprentice allowance. At post and off at 2:47. Time: .24 4-5, .50 1-5, 1.10 2-3, 1.29 4-5. Track fast. Start good. Won all driving. Winner entered for 3700. LOVE US followed closest to pace of PATOLAN and managed to get up to get nod in final Jump. PATOLAN only weakened In last Jump. HOOPS MY DEAR, possibly best, was forced to run on outside all the way. STOLEN COLOR was outrun. - BEAUTY WARM, In between horses back of leaders, ran Into several blind switches and had no clear running at any time. Scratches Somers Tangle, Even Trade, Murler, Dodd, , Overweights Patolan 1, Oulmax 3. , BEAUTY WARM CLAIMED BY WEST BROS. FOR J7C0. , ' HOOPS MY DEAR CLAIMED BY D. PATTERSON FOR 1700. . -SECOND RACE Claiming. Purse 'S00. For three-year-olds and up. Claiming price t'UO. Purse divided: First .3325, second 8100, third 160, fourth 320. SEVEN FURLONGS, . , - - - Index Horse and Owner PP Wt St Str Tin Joekey OdsStf 4402" 4388 Seedoe 8 (DoubleTS) .... 7 107 8 81 5" 4 4372 Tommy Sand A (CEneix) 3 .115 8 41 S 3' 4280 Flagborp 4 (LRsptls) ... 1 107 4 2' 2' 1' 4380 - Wexford Boy A (Achean) 8 109 2 8 8 ' 7 4339 Dalmahoy 8 (MldlothianS) 4 111 5 Si 4, 5 4318 Btokesley 5 (OEFosterl .. 2 113 3 1 1 2i . 4363 John B A (FerncllfiS) .. 8 111 1 S 6 6 . 4863 Rusty Mum 5 (GLubbock) 107 T 7 7 8 3' . 1" AHowry 2 21 NCiiik ! s ESporri ; 5i 4 MOriffin 5 AHaller 4 RSummerg ? 7 JWBalley 8 8 Hruschak 2.40 2.1 2.(5 31.30 17.20 4.00 10.80 77.'.'0 $2 MUTUELS ttraiiht Placa Shaw Winnar Seedoe . 86.80 $3.73 ' $2.55 B it. Bargello-Lady Bienville Tammy Sand ' ., $3.70 $2.40 Trained br Flsiboro t . $2.50 A. H. Dillman Apprentice allowance. At post i mln. Off at 3:151. Time: .24 4-5, .49 4-5, 1.17, 1.31. Track fast. Start good. Won all driving. Winner entered for $700. SEEDOE waa outrun in first quarter, then moved up steadily, came fast through final eighth and got to top a few yards out. TOMMY SAND, in close attendance throughout, looked like winner turning for home but was no match for winner near wire. FLAGBORO tired. WEXFORD BOY closed well. DAL. MAHOY showed good race. STOKESLEY stopped in final Quarter, The winner worked out to a mile and sixteenth. Scratches Terry Tet. Llloade, Wavelength, Poker Player. i Overweights Flagboro 1, Wexford Boy 1, John B Z, Rusty Mum 4, Seedoe 3, Tommy Sand 4. DAILY DOUBLE ON FIRST AND SECOND RACES PAID $28.05 JlQ THIRD RACE Claiming. Purse -$500. ' For three-year-bids and up. Ut claiming price $700. Purse divided: First $325, second $100, third $50. fourth $2.1. ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH. Index Horse and Owner 437T Arab Somers 4 (HJFisher) 1 106" 4377 Halstead f (CAyre) .3 116 4.177 Jelsweep A (JDHowell) . 6 113 4395 Valerie Jean A (SandrkS) 6 111 4380 Craiglochart 4 (EraemarSI 3 111 4.180 Piroyal 6 (Mercr&Applby) 8 107 4377 Master Beau A (Fsh&Jsn) 4 116 4388 Slalacum 4 (JAEvans) ... 7 115 PP Wt St M 1 . 4 5t 2" "l 6" 41 2nk 8 e 7 81 Str Fin Jockey OdsStr 1 Summers 1.724 2 AHaller 8.90 3 Christensn 17,20 4' ESporri 3.73 5 JWBalley 7.90 6' Hruschak 10.80 76 KTaylor 29.10 8 NCizlk 4.20 $2 MUTUELS Straight Plaje Show Arab Somera $5.45 33.40 $2.75 Halstead - . $4.80 $3.20 Jelsweep . . $6.30 Winner Blk c 4. Will Somers-Arabella S. Trained by H. J. Fisher ' Apprentice allowance. At post i mln. Off at 3:42. Time: .25 1-5, .512-5. 1.18, 1.45 2-5, 1.52. Track fast. Start good. Won handily, second and third driving. Winner entered for $'00. ARAB SOMERS took big lead at once snd was always In command of field. HALSTEAD moved up in final quarter, outgaming JELSWEEP for second place. Latter challenged for lead on back stretch but was not good enough. VALERI8 JEAN hung en gamely, pulling up lame CRAIGLOCHART had (round break out under him at start losing all chance. Scratches My Tom, Shawnigan. Eunice Broom, Comradeship. Overweights Arab Somers 2. Craiglochart 2. A A (A FOURTn RACE Claiming. Purse $500. For ihree-year-oids and up v foaled in Western Canada. Claiming price $700. Purse divided: First $300. second $100, third $50, fourth $25; to breeder of winner $25. ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH. lniex Horse and Owner PP Wt St H H Str Fin Jockey OdsStr (4389) Rlverworth 3 (RosebankS) 8 109 3 1 11 1 1 1 MGriffin 1.50 4315 Scotch Jean (JosKerr) .4 111 4 21 2'1 21 2 2s AHowry 40.! 4378 Lady Macduff 5 (JMStbl) 0 115 6 4 4 4S 3 31 NCIzik 3. 4378 Wild Deer 4 (ScotiaS) ... r. Ill SB' M 51 4 4 RRussell 13.70 4.179 Hazel King A (JackBell) i 111 I )' 3 1 l 1 Hruschak 44.05 4.181 Miss Sadie 4 (CUacques) 1 111 5 6' 6 6 6 6 RJohnston $2.60 4372 Hi-Jinny 7 (MrsElander) 3 111 I I' 7 7 7 7' RSummers 2.65 Youville 8 (JBrown) ...... 3 ICS I I 8 8 8 8 ESporri 8.75 $2 MUTUELS ' Rlverworth Scotch Jean . . Lady Macduff Straight Place .. $5.00 $3.80 .. . $22.70 Show Winner $2.70 Br g 8, Papworth-Sandy River $6.10 Trained by $2.75 F. Iaci Apprentice allowance. At post and off at 4:10. Time: .26. .52, 1.18, 1.45, 1.51 2-5, Track fast. Start good. Won easily, second and third driving. Winner entered for $700. RIVERWORTH had no trouble with opposition, always being In command of field. SCOTCH JEAN held others safe. LADY MACDUFF moved up in final quarter. WILD DEER went well.. HAZEL KING tired. HI-GINNY was very aore and ran dismal race. Scratches Lome Sable, Blore Heath, Bob-jack, Ynomla. - . Overweights Lady Macduff 4, Rlverworth 1, - -FIFTH RACE The Richmond Handicap. ' Purse $1000. For three-year olds and up. foaled in Western Canada. Purse divided: First $650. sec ond $200. third $100. fourth $50. ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH. Wt St str Fin Jockey OdsStr 4405" Index Horse and Owner PP 4397 Klllarney L 7 (WHSmith) 5 117 1 H H 11 l (4397) Franworth t (JDiamond) 2 122 5 t" S 8" 5 . 4373 Mesmerist (WETolaon) . 8 105 3 8 8' 3 31 4897 Dalkeith 7 (MldlothianS) 8 115 2 2 2' 2' 2' 4397 Hl-Rythm 8 (MissRBainV . 4 109 4 4 4' 4 4 4370 Contributor 7 (JMStable) 1 115 8 8 8 8 1" DAIlen 2.63 2' Woodhojtse .93 3 Slvewrght 19.93 4" AHowry 4.30 3' Sylvester 11.85 6 NCIzik 7.90 Str.ltht Place , . $7.30 '$2.65 ,. . $2.65 Show $2.50 $2.50 $3.20 Br f T. Winner Simony-Nurse Trained by W. Buchan Whittier $2 MUTUELS Klllarney L Franworth ....... Mesmerist . . . ; At post and bff at 4:39. Time: .23, .50 1-5, 1.16 1-5, 1.42 2-3, 1.48 4-5. Track fast. Start good. Won all driving. ' KILLAENEY L was forced all the way and Just managed to hang on to win narrowly. FRANWORTH did not make move quit aoon enough, came through between horses at sixteenth pole and waa going very fast at end. being in front a Jump past the wire. MESMERIST went well, showing excellent race. DALKEITH ran gamely only giving way in final eighth. Scratches Some Turley, Sahara Chief. Overweight Mesmerist 2. 44-0(lS,XTH BACE Claiming. Purse $500. For three-year-olds and up. vu Claiming price $lono. Purse divided: First $325, second $100. third $50. fourth $25. SEVEN FURLONGS. Index Horse and Owner (4398) Teeworth 4 (Bncft&Snidr) f 111 7 6 6 4.198 Steveston Bill 5 (DDmnd) 4 1114 4 4 41 4S97 Patage 6 (WKPepper) ... 1 m 8 7 ?a st 4.197 Jack O'Spades A (ISyks) g 118 3 li 1! 14 4398 George Corn 4 (JMStable) 8 118 8 8 8 8 4376 Sun Madras 7 (Ros&Ptrqn) 8 118" 3 2' 2 2 4359 Ronrico 3 (JRIaci) 3 117 i 5 B 7 4369 Simony's Boy 7 (LPalltti) 8 113 1 3 3 3 PP Wt St Str Fin Jockey OdsStr .4" 8 8 .1 1 JWBailey 4.20 21 Woodhouse 4.80 m ESporri 3.4 4 AHaller 2.55 5 NCIzik 18.90 $2 MUTUELS Teeworth Steveston Bill Patage 3". RSummers 8.60 8 71 RNielsen 20.10 6 8 JRKelly 16.05 Straltht ,. $10.40 Placa $5.30 $5.60 Show $2.75 $3.00 $2.60 Bff. Winner Papworth-Tee Hea Trained by R. Maskell At post and off at 5:13. Time: .24. .48 2-5. 1.15, 1.28 2-5. Track fast. Start good. Won all driving. . Winner entered for $1000. TEEWORTH, outrun for a half, moved up leaving bacft stretch, got through on rail and in drive Bailey outrode Woodhouse. STEVESTON BILL looked like winner at head of stretch but permitted winner to slip through on rail and Just missed. PATAGE came from far back to be third. JACK O'SPADES weakened In final eighth. GEORGE CORN waa making up ground at end. Scratches Flying Heir. Saff worth. Sunny Park. Overweight Simony's Boy 4. Ruth Slaps Two NEW YORK. Babe Ruth, who "built"- the Yankee Stadium, came back today to fill it with fans and gold for soldiers and sailors. : -Naturally, the bltr truy. hit-tins; two "homers" off Walter Johnson as the top attraction on the card, had a lot of help bringing 69,136 fans Into the Bronx lallyard to contribute an estimated $80,000 to Army and Navy Relief. But all you had to do was hear the folks holler for old Moonfacu to realize that the lure his big bat has always had for tho fans still works, and that he was the drum major' In the parade that Included a showing of what is left of the 55-year-old Johnson's smoke-ball, a doubleheader bo-tween the Yanks and Washington Senators, and a hltting-run-ning-throwlng field "meet" between players of both clubs. SERIES AIR There was World Series atmosphere all over the "House That Ruth Built," long before the first game got under way. After the Senators had come on with a ninth-inning three-run rally to talie tho first game 7-6, Ruth and Johnson strolled out to show the crowd how a couple of the greatest (ltd It. Benny Bengough, who used to catch for the Yanks in the Babe's heyday, was on the receiving end of the Big Train's slants, and Bill Evans, also turning the clock, called balls and strikes. TWO HOMERS Seventeen times Johnson pitched with that machine-smooth motion of his. Seven were balls. Three were called strikes. But two had the old Ruth trademark on them right among the customers In the right field grandstand. And with the last one -which, to tell ' the truth, was slightly foul the Babs gave It the old Ruthian flourish, circling the bases wilh his mincing, pigeon-toed steps and acknowledging the roof-shaking roars with his traditional hat-wave. The Yanks and Senators broke even In their twin bill. The Yanks piled up a quick lead on Buck Newsom in the nightcap and won 3-0, when the umpires called the game at the 5 -inning mark because of darkness. Tiny Bonham chalksd nis 16th win of the season. Francisco Segura Wins Tuneup Tourney CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. Francisco Segura of Ecquador prepared for the national singles tournament beginning, Thursday Thursday at Forest Hills, N. J., by capturing the 48th annual Longwood Bowl tennis tournament yesterday. Segura, two-handed stylist an1 top-seeded foreign player, de feated Lieut. Gardnar Mulloy. of Miami, Fla 6-3, 6-4, 7-9, 3-6, 6-1. In the women's final, 19-year- old Louise Brough of Beverley Hills, Calif., won her fifth straight major title, defeating third-seeded Margaret Osborne of San Francisco, 6-2, 6-L 41(17 SEVENTH BACE-Claiming. Purse ISO". Claiming price 1700. Purse divid fourth 125. ONE MILE AND ONE-EIGHTH. For four-year-olds and up. Index Horse and Owner PP Wt St y, Str Fin Jockey OdsSt? (4382) Pepper Pot (MrsBriggs) I 110 2 ss 8' S 2 (439 Ascot Maid 4 (DDiamond) t 103 4 4 4 3 439J Streamline A WFSmith) . I ill 1 ss j t 4.171 Kandahar A (HFullerton) 1 114 f 8' as gs al 439 Ancient Rites 4 (Mortlmr) I mi I I, 6 5 5" 434 Tetra Play A (AMarshall) 4 113 I 1 1 Ji 4 4399 Major S A (MrtKlpling) 109 i s fa T T 4399 Commencer A (FDippel) . 1 Hi I l I 12 MUTUELS Straight Placa Shaw Ascot Maid 12.90 $2.90 $2.50 Fewer Pat $2.70 $2J5 $2.15 Streamline . ' 53.25 It ESporri l.SS 1 Woodhouse $.15 S Christensn 15.55 4i AHaller M $l Sylvester 05 DAIlen 4.50 Tl Sivewrght S3.10 i WVoung 50.50 CHEERY WAR-TIME THOUGHTS I "I've had a lot of troubles in my life and most' of them never happened" Ahrakan Lincoln Winner B h . Dolan-Rose Hill II Trained y Mrs. T. Briggs ' neai ior iirsi. -Apprentice allowance. At post and off at 5:46. Time- S5, ,4 8-5, 1.16 4-5. 1.43, 1.57. Track fast. Start good. Won all driving. Winner en- kj cu ior a 1 uv. PEPPER POT, always well placed back of pace, made up ground steadily tn final quarter and managed to hold ASCOT MAID to even terms tn final few yards. Latter moved up In stretch and held on gamely. STREAMLINE only gave way m rmai aixteentn. Scratches La Gate, Last Hand, The Mouse, Mr. Finn.' Overweights Streamline 4, Commencer 1, Tetra Play a, Ancient Rite S, Ascot Maid 1. QONELLA ON THE SEVENTH BACE PAID $6.70 ' JJJQ EIGHTH RACE? Hurdles. Puree divided? Tint trie Sixth $16. ONE MILE AND NINE-SIXTEENTHS Puna 40. For four-year-olds and via. second $75. third $35, fourth $20, fifth $lv Index Horse and Owner Score by Innlnes Tacoma Vancouver OOO11011 04 00000020 02 Summarv: fi hita. A mm nff Mar. snail in 7 1-3 innings; o hits, O runs off Flaueher In 1 2-3 Innlnes. Struck oui By acnanz o, ojr Marsnau i, oy Flaugher 0. Bases on balls Off Schanz 5, off Marshall 4, off Flaueher 0. Wild Ditch Marshall. on oases lacoma 3. Vancouver 8. Home run Lilly. Three-base hit Maddern. Two-base hit Koeh ler. Kuns Dattea in Koehler, Youne- man. Jonas, Ball, Lilly. Double plays Mullen to Paton: Donovan tn Mullen to Paton. Time 1:47. Umnlrea .Nenezich and Walker. Dale Alexander, former batting champion of the American League, is running for sheriff at Greeneville, Tenn. . 4400 Lee Somers t (DoubleTS) 4 130 4400 San Anselmo A (SnshneS) 1 142 4400 Sugar-Cookie f (JackBell) 13 4400 Boy O Mine A (CChlappa) 13t 44 Dolando S (MrsMackeiuie) 4I (4400) Sunny Monday T (Munre 1 ' 146 . $2 MUTUELS Lea Somers .. Baa Anselma , Serar Ceekie . PP Wt St 14 M M4 Str Fin Jockey OdsStr 1 KTaylor 1 JRussell !' JRKelly 4 AHaller 5 Williams JWells Strairht ... $4.20 1.10 $.50 15.7 -56 15.16 $.1$ Flaea $2.80 $2.85 Shew Winner $2.35 Br h $. Win Somers-Vesper Whittier $2.40 Trained ky J1 A. H. Dillman At poet and off at :15, Time: 3:55 4-5. Track fast Start good. Won an eaiilyi LEE SOMERS ran head and bead with SAN ANSELMO most of way. took top a quarter out and drew away. Latter was best of others. SUGAR COOKH5 moved up In last part to be third. BOY O MINE tired tn last eighth. DOLANDO was outrun. Rider en SUNNY MONDAY lost stirrup early in running but finished. Overweights San Anselmo S, Dolando L IS ' &Sm I 5S U Another 5$&J5!1a thought X fy i Devil's Thumb Wins Fourth at Saratoga SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. VV. E. Boeing's Devil's Thumb won his fourth straight stake at Saratoga Saturday when he accounted for the 40th running of the Grand Union Hotel Stakes. Bidden by. Conn McCreary, the Sway, son of Grand Slam took the lead at the top of the stretch and finished a length in front of the YVhealey Stable's Devil's Luck. The mile and quarter of the $10,000 Saratoga Handicap went to the outsider, Myron Selznick's Can't Wait, by a head over Mrs. Payne Whitney's Swine and OLD SCOTCH WHISKY HSTiixca, airvcra n aoTTLga IN SCOTLAND as This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.

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