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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - July 2, 1917, Oakland, California V io MONDAY EVENING Ctftune OAKS BREAK EVEN IN DOUBLE BEE SESSION INDIAN BLOWUP BEATS By CARL E. BRAZIER. Indian Smith staged about ae clean-cut -.....jp -s afternoon as any pitcher in the league has shown this year, and that blowup was all that stood in the way of a double Seal Victory for the day. Also it stopped the Angel losing streak after the Chancemen had lost four straight gtmes of the series to Jerry Downs' sc.uad. Five nips the ninth inning brought the Angels from be- hind and gave them a 7 to 4 win. But the Seals had won, 4 to 1, in the morning rame through tight pitching by Spldti Baum and through loose and wild pitch- Ing bv Jack Ryan, and that morning win gave the Seals their fourth win of the week necessary to sew up the series. Indian Smith has shown a tendency to blow up In the closing stages of his games Wins Another, But Goodbred Cannot Shake Off Jinx That Makes Him Lose SALT LAKE CITY, July Bernhard's Bees could not break I Clinton Prough's winning streeak in the first game, and "Happy" Goodbred could not break his losing streak in the second the story of yesterday's doubleheadcr ivhich the Oaks and Bees divided. The Oaks took the first game, B to 2, in as pretty an exhibition of close- cut OaaeOoU hui> bettn on ihv Sail Luke lot this, year. In ihe sec- ond game the Bees wobbled in their fielding behind Jean Dubuc, who might have pitched shutout ball if errors had not given the Oaks two runs in the opening frame. But the Bees made up for their bad field- ing by doing hard hitting and they chased Goodbred to the bench and put over one more run off Sammy Beer for a 6-to-3 ivin that gave them the odd game of the series, four games to three. After Saturday's big slugging exhibition, yesterday's real baseball seemed rather tame. The Oaks were away to a lead in their half of the first inning in each game. In the first game they held their lead all the way. In the second game the Be.es came right back and evened the count in the first frame and went out ahead for a final lead in the j iast half of the fourth after the Oaks had again taken the lead in their half of the fourth. LEVERENZ IS HIT HARD Levcrenz was hit for twelve safeties in the first game, but he kept uiufw Mp in _ __ 1 l i i t 1 I of late. Yesterday's ninth inning ascen-1 them well scattered and managed to hold his own fairly well in a tight rwteh in pitching battle with Prough. A double and a single gave the Bees starts, and it was largely through over- f jrst oij prough, Tobin making the hit that chased in the run. confidence that the Indian blew up yes- i _, i i i -i terday. He -went into the ninth inning i i ooin also started the second Bee run with a single, scoring on an out, a two-run lead: he had been pitch-1 j ing great ball: his teammates had been a steal ana a sacrijice Jly. giving him great support in the field, and j QaJfS put over one in on doubles by Mensor and Lane. they had been hitting the ouermgs 01 9 T- i j r Hogg in ail directions when those hits Murphy s double started the Oaks to their run in second run and Lane hi eight" and scored the third on his single, an out and "Hack" Miller's second hit of the game. Tajkg once wt ERRORS GIVE OAKS A START steadiede after the Dubuc, Hannah and Rath gave the Oaks a two-run start in the first third'inning and looked like an easy frame of the second game, Mensor's hit and three errors ner going Into the ninth. t> j j r TpRRY HITS A GROOVER, j tvjo tallies. L he Bees came back with a double and two singles for two 'start th? ninth.a he' runs in their half, and in the fourth they bunched four hits off Good- had two strikes on Terry, Smith made him off the slab. Beer finished and outside of three the Pacific Coast League the UliaLOAC Ul. W4H. 'T I Tk 1 7 T T 1 the middle and Terry clicked it down the hits in a row that netted the Bees one in the sixth, he got by in good left Held foul lines for two bases. Bqles i J took 'third on the drive. Bobby Davis, Sliape. who had been pjjying a great fielding, ftut fad tightened and his support steadied after the first game, added to his laurels by picking out i T IT W. Him -in' A PITH.. C. IVT. 35 'Washington .................25 St. Louis ...................26 Philadelphia ................23 2-t 24 29 32 30 41 33 .642 .631 .547 .503 .507 .391 .388 .377 GAMES TODAY. Chicago at Cleveland. Detroit at St. Louis. Washington at Philadelphia. New York at Boston. RESULTS YESTERDAY. At St. game: Detroit 5, St. Louis 0. Boland; Severeid. Hamilton. Second troit 9, St Louis 13. Khmke, Cunningham. K. Jones, ilitchel; Hale, Sothoron, Davenport. At 4, Cleveland 5. CIcotte; De Berry, Mor- ton, Coumbe. .Northwest League fall i u If It AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville 8. Minneapolis 2 first gamo; Louisville 6, Minneapolis 4 second game Milwaukee 2, Indianapolis 1 first game; Indianapolis 13, Milwaukee 4 second game Kansas City 8. Toledo 5 first game; Kansas City 13, Toledo 4 second St. Paul 2, Columbus 1 firn game: St. Paul 6, Columbus 0 second game. Phnncr H. Pflllne Mldiil-ten G. Thomas 1'op Men-Ill A'ir. 44'C II V.rrUon. F. Nwian 42iW. II Prirr J. Tru-scott Carman STANDING Great Falls -is'Tacoma I Seattle Butte Vancouver OF THE CLUBS. Won Lost Pet. ...........32 ...........33 ...........25 ...........30 ...........29 26 27 30 31 36 35 .552 .550 .456 .455 .453 A. M. Oerbordt......41'P. H. HsoWns., Ted HaniTmnn A. Cook---- George F. Beater----431 'Professionals ,SV ..43 -.44 ..S3 -.43 There were 142 er.tries !r. C.o Pacific roast handicap at Snn Cal., the high mnrk for this event. SUMMER DISORDERS OFTEN COME FROM BiPURITIES IN THE BLOOD RESULTS YESTERDAY. At R. H. E. Vancouver 1 8 3 Tacoma ........................15 14 0 Ely, Clink, Hod, Brown and Patterson; Sutherland and Stevens. At R. H. E.' Seattle 7 10 3 Spokane .......................11 16 4 Eastlcy, Dailcy and T. Cunningham; Biebee. Schorr and Marshall. E. 0 Get in condition for perfect health. So many people drag through the Rummor season with th.it worn Oown, tired-out that almost entirely tiiciii lor their l.i'-X.-. oui Knowing just what thp i.e. Jl is just now that
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