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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1907.
Beavers Give Poor Support to
HITS FAIL WHEN NEEDED
Oakland Also Excels in the Field
Winning by a Score of 5 to 2.
Donahue and Henderson
Are Due to Report.
Portland, 2; Oakland. 6.
Los Anffeles. 2; Pan Francisco, 0.
Standing of the Club.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Ios Angeles...- 7 3 .TOO
Fan Francisco 8 4 .BS6
Oakland 4 6 .400
Portland 8 B .2SO
SAN FRANCISCO, April 17. (Special.)
"The Beavers, were stowed away again
this afternoon by the Commuters, who
played another grand same of ball, es
pecially at the bat. They made all their
hits count,, while the Northern stars
could not connect when a hit might mean
a run or better.
There was little to choose between the
work of Cates and Groom. Both pitched
. good game, but the former had his
hitters and fielders doing the best they
knew how behind him, while the latter
could not depend upon his supporters at
the time he most needed their assistance.
Oakland started the scoring in the first
when Van Haltren was passed and ar
rived on Eagan's two-bagger against the
center-field fence. Not a run showed
again till the fifth. Then Cates got four
bad ones and Smith put a hot liner Into
right. McCredie let the ball get away
from him, advancing both men. The
squeeze play was worked nicely by Van
Haltren. who laid down a perfect bunt.
TVhlle the Portland fielders were busy
catching Van, both Cates and Smith
sneaked in. Smith took a long chance,
but got away with it. Incidentally fur
nishing the prettiest piece of base running
sen on the local diamonds this season.
Not till the seventh did the Beavers
break In with a run. Then a pair of
long doubles by Newman and Staton pro
duced the tally. In the eighth I-,ovett
was given a lift on Smith's muff, going
as far as second. Casey's out advanced
him. MrCredie walked and a double steal
was planned. The ball was ' passed to
Devereaux, who let It get away from
him, giving I.ovett a chance to tear home.
The Commuters easily annexed two more
In their half of the eighth, cinching the
MoCredie announces that Donahue and
Henderson are due to report to him for
duty tomorrow. He Is not sure of the
stars as yet. hut believes that he will se
cure them before the week ends or not
at all. The score:
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Bhlnn. 3b 0 -0 1 1 2 0
Lovett, If 4 110 0 0
Cawey. 2b 4 0 0 1 0
MrCrcdlo. rf a 0 1 1 0 1
N'niu, lb 2 1 1 17 0 2
IHinleavy. cf 3 0 110 0
Ftatnn. as 4 0 112 0
Carson, o 4 0 0 2 1 0
Oroom. p 3 0 0 O 7 0
Moore O 0 0 0. 0 0
Total 32 1 1 24 IS 1
AB. B. BH. PO. A. B.
Pmlth. If 4 1 2 0 0 1
Van Haltren. ct 2 1 0 2 0 0
Xitmullr. rf....... 4 0 0 2 0 0
Eaean. as 8 1 2 1 0
HI IKK, C 2 1 1 fl 1 O
FlKho. lb S 0 0 13 1 0
HHli-y. 2h 3 0 1 2 2 0
Fevereaux. 3b 4 0 0 0 2 1
Cats., p 2 10 1 6 0
Total. 27 K 6 27 18 2
Batted for Groom in ninth.
Portland runs 0 000001 1 0-2
Base hits 0J210O20 0 fl
Oakland runa 10002002 5
Bane hits. 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 6
Summary: Two-base hits Eazan, Shinn,
Newman. Ptaton. Sacrifice hits Haley,
Van Haltren. Bliss, 2; BiRbea. First base
on called balls Off Oroom. 3; off Cates. 4.
Struck out By Oroom. 1 ; by Catea. 7. Htt
by pitcher Moore. Tiina of game 1:40.
t mpire Derrick.
SEALS FAIL TO GET A SCORE
Gray's Pitching; and Heavy Batting
feature of Game.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 17. Gray's
ahut-out pitching, with heavy hitting,
nave the game to Los Angeles. Wheeler
made the only error of the game with a
wild throw to first. Score:
R. IT. E.
Los Angeles 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 0
Ban Francisco 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 6 1
Pal terles Gray and Hogan; Willis and
Street. lTmpire Perrlne.
Won. Iost. Pot.
Chlcaao 3 o 1000
Boston 8 0 3 000
New York 3 1 .7(50
Cincinnati 3 1 .750
Philadelphia. 1 2 .333
Ft. Louis. 1 4 .-'00
Brooklyn 0 3 .000
Pittsburg- 0 3 .000
Chicago 0; Pittsburg C. (
PITTSBURG. April 17. In spite of
the cold weather over 8000 people saw
today the opening of the local haseball
season with a pame between Pittsburg
nil Chicago. President Pulliam of the
National Iagup was present and
threw out the first ball. Score:
R. H. EJ R. H. E.
Ittsburg 2 10 4;rhlcago 6 9 0
Batteries Willis and Gibson; Taylor
Boston 2, Philadelphia 1.
PHILADELPHIA. April 17. -Inability to
hit Lindaman's delivery caused the de
feat of the Philadelphia team today.
R H. B.I R. H . E.
Philadelphia.. 1 8 O.Boston 2 10 3
Batteries Lush and Dooln; Llndaman
L'mplres Klem .and Emslle.
Cincinnati 8; St, Louis S.
CINCINNATI. April 17. The errors of
the St. Louis team were largely responsible
lor the victory of the local team this
R. II. E.' R. H E.
;inclnnati .... 8 7 4.SL Louis 3 11 $
Batteries Ewlng and Schley: Brown
Umpires Johnston and Carpenter.
New York S ; Brooklyn 1 .
BROOKLYN, April 17. In a . hard
IPURht ten-Inning game today. New Tork
defeated Brooklyn. Ferguson pitched a
fine game, and Bell, while be -as hit
hard, showed a great deal of ability.
R. H. EJ R. H. K
Brooklyn 1 4 lVew Tork .... 2 9 1
Batteries Ferguson and Bresnahan;
Bell 'and Rltter.
- AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Boston 4 1 .soo
Cleveland 2 1 .
Chicago 3 2 -O0
Philadelphia. 3 2 .600
Detroit 2 2 .500
New York 1 3 .250
St. Louia 1 3 .250
Washing-ton. 1 8 .250
Boston 2; Washington 1.
BOSTON. April 17. Glaze held Wash
ington to three hits today, and. although
substituted batsmen made trouble in the
ninth, Boston's two runs were enough
to win. The accurate first-base play
ing of Unglaub was the feature: Score:
R. H. EJ R. H. B.
Boston 2 7 liVashington ..131
Batteries Glaze and Armbruster; Smith
Chicago 4; Detroit 1.
DETROIT. April 17. Chicago bunched
three hits and a base on balls on Kll
lian in the fourth, scoring three runs
and deciding the result: Score:
R. H. E.J R- H. E.
Detroit 1 8 l(Chlcago 4 1 1
Batteries Kllllan and Schmidt; Smith
Cleveland 5; St. Louis 2.
ST. LOUIS. April 17. Cleveland won
from St. Louis this afternoon. Cleveland
bunched its hits In the first and ninth
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Cleveland .... 5 7 2i3t Louis 2 7 3
Batteries Joss and Clark; Howell and
New York 5; Philadelphia 4.
NEW YORK. April 17. In a ninth in
ning rally today the New York Americans
defeated Philadelphia. Score:
R. H. E.I R- H. E.
Philadelphia .. 4 5 4iNew Tork.... 5 9 2
Batteries Waddell. Bender ard
Schreck; Doyle and Kleinow.
TR1-CITY LEAGUE GOSSIP
PRESIDENT WHITEMORE GIVES
OUT LIST OF PLAYERS.
Official Roster of, Men Eligible to
Participate in Games Next
President C. A. Whltemore of the
Tri-City Baseball League issued yes
terday a list of all men eligible to play
during the coming season. By the
rules and constitution of the league the
contract of each player must be pre
sented to the president before the
player will be allowed to participate in
games. Last Sunday this rule was not
observed, as the president was unable
to make out his list In time. Manager
Smith of the Trunkmakers has sprung
a surprise on the. local fans by signing
Brock, a well-known catcher. This
player has beer, with a number of the
local teams, and won a reputation by
his catching- in the University Park
team in. 1905. Charlie Moore did the
pitching and Brock's catching was al
ways one of the features of the games.
Next Sunday the Bralnard Maroons
and the Trunkmakers will cross bats
at the league grounds, the Frakes team
will play St. Johns at St. Johns and the
Brewers will play Woodburn at Wood
burn. The St. Johns game will be a
very important contest, and Charlie
Moore will officiate on the mound for
the St. Johns team, while Bert Johnson
will do the samo stunt for the Milliners.
There was some talk of placing Soldier
Myers in the box. but the big boy re
fused, stating as the reason that he Is
out of form. The grounds at St. Johns
are now in fine condition, and the back
ers of the team have Invested 3600 in
a s'uitablo park. The Bralnards and
Trunkmakers game would prove a very
Interesting contest, as these two teams
are the best matched in the league.
The men who have been declared
eligible for the conMng season are:
Woodburn-i-C. W. Grover. manager;
Concannon, Hart, J. King, McKay,
Lavier, Sharey, Hunt, Huddleston, Fox,
White. Coleman and Welch.
St. Johns Goodell. manager; Adams,
Parker. W. Lee, Ray Lee, Norene, Kin
ney, Loy, Scales, Clark Moore, Otto
Moore, Pat Gains, Babcock, Smith, Fred
Gains and Charlie Moore.
North Pacific Brewery Helser, man
ager; King, Kelt, Pender, Goodwin,
Fairmen, J. C. Helser, Felt Woods, Fry,
Thomas. Farrell, Van Riper, McHolland
Frakes Whitehead, manager; New
ell. Archie Parrott, Johnson, Oliver,
Houston. Rich Parrott, Troy Myers,
Slavin, Joe Fay. Jack Myers, Newell,
White, Rupert. Stockton and Mangold.
Bralnards Smith, manager: Olney,
Krugcr, Holteman, Striet, Shea. Lodell,
Morrow, Turk. McElwain, Kennedy,
Magness, Tansche, Chapln and Brock.
Trunkmakers Partlow, manager;
Jameson, Taylor. Ball. Harndon, Smith,
.Heitsman. Fleming. Enrich, Day, Van
North wick, Briggs and O'Brien.
The list "of players for the Astoria
and Kelso teams has not been made
out. as neither of these two cities will
begin play-in? this month. Astoria will
meet Kelso May 6, but the place has
not been selected.
HARVARD COACH A THEORIST
Crane Will Delegate Practical Work
' to Subordinates.
A novel coaching scheme will be tried
at Harvard this season by Joshua Crane,
jr., whe will have charge of the Crim
son's football eleven. Crane will not
coach the men himself, but will oversee
the work, which will be done by a staff
of assistants. In other words. Crane's
work will be technical or theoretical and
the practical work will be done by the
This is in direct contrast to the poli
cy of his predecessor. Reid. who not only
personally directed the team, but coached
each man individually in his position.
The outcome of Crane's school for foot
ball players will be watched with inter
est by the college world.
Pool-Selling Stopped at Dearborn.
INDIANAPOLIS, April 17. Attorney
General Bingham telephoned the Gov
ernor's office from Hammond today
that the pool-selling at Dearborn Park
has ceased, for the time at least, and the
situation is under control of the local
Mr. Bingham said seven policemen were
in charge there last night, and that 15
would be In charge today. Unless the
crowd from Chicago overpowers these
policemen, the local authorities will re
main in. charge, at least until Saturday.
Daniels to Swim Taylor.
NEW TORK. April 17. C. M. Daniels,
of the New York Athletic Club, has ac
cepted a challenge from Henry Taylor,
long-distance swimming champion of
England. The match will take place at
Baitersby Seotember la.
SQUIRES SIZED UP
Pugilist Arrives and Meets
NO MATCH FOR JEFFRIES
Sporting Gentry Impressed With Ap
pearance of Australian, but Does
Not Consider Foreigner Equal
of America's Champion.
SAX FRANCISCO. Cal., Aprll.l7(Spe
clal.) Bill Squires is here. The sports
have passed Judgment and their ver
dict is one of approval. Most of them
regard him as too small a man to cope
with James J. Jeffries, but all regard
him as a man well able to give a good
account of himself.
Dressed In a quiet sort of travelling
suit, he did not impress the sports at
the first glance. A second glance re
vealed a pair of broati sloping should
ers, and a chest of massive proportions,
that gave evidence of a punch on tap.
His arms are long and well muscled,
and he bears Inspection well. As one
sport said. "He's Fltz, Sharkey and
Jeff boiled into one, stirred up with
a little of old Peter Jackson."
Despite his 21 battles. Squires bears
no marks of conflict. Regarding this
he says: "Oh I've been a bit lucky,"
but his friends Insist it is due to his
skill, and the fact that he usually
gets his man before he has a chance
to mark him.
Regarding Jack Johnson, he said he
did not fight him, because he would be
unable to get a match if he beat the
dark man decisively. He will not draw
the color line, but on account of the
long voyage thinks- he should have
at least six weeks to acclimate him
self before taking on any first-class
Squires Broad and Long-Armed.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 17. The Aus
tralian pugilist. Bill Squires, landed
from the steamer Ventura today. At first
sight. Squires is not very impressive, as
he is much shorter in stature than
American heavyweight fighters, but he
has remarkably broad shoulders, a
powerful chest and long arms. When he
left Australia, Squires weighed about 175
pounds and apparently has not lost any
weight on the trip. Squires will rest for
several days before seeking a match.
VAULTERS TO CLEAR 14 FEET
Coach Discusses Possibilities With
Use or the "Shirt."
Further use of the "shift" in pole
vaulting contests, many experts say, will
bring the record to fourteen feet. The
"shift" consists of bringing both hands
together along the vaulting bar when the
athlete is about to go up in the air in the
attempt to clear the bar. By so doing the
vaulter uses his arms as a lever and a
hand stand is accomplished, aided by
which he pushes himself over the bar.
Ray Albertson, a prominent Western
coach, who in his palmy days was a
pole vaulter of distinction, talked of the
progress which is being made in this
"The way that 'shift' was Introduced
was this." he remarked. "Keene Fltzpat
rick was once at Yale, you remember,
and while there he taught Clapp his new
idea, embodied In the 'shift. The first
time any of us Westerners ever saw it
used was In 1S98 at Parkside, when the
Chicago Athletic Association track team
clashed with the squad representing the
New York Athletic Club. The world's rec
ord then was 11 feet 2 inches, and Clapp
boosted it to 11 feet, lO inches.
"It is dangerous enough at the present
time, for any athlete who goes !n for the
sport is taking his life tn his hand. Ev
ery coach teaches the vaulter to get over
the bar regardless of consequences when
he lands.' and the average athlete never
looks to see how he is about to alight.
As a result there are quite a number of
accidents, but it is a wonder to me that
there are not more."
PLAN TO BUILD BOATHOUSE
Boys or Y. M. C. A. Canoe Club Will
Erect Building on East Side.
A meeting of the Canoe Club of the
T. M. C. A. was held Tuesday night In
the association building and plans for a
boathouse were laid before the boys. The
club Is without financial support from
the directors of the association, but this
will not hinder its plans, for the mem
bers will go ahead and build the boat
house on their own money. The house
will be 25x75. built on a pontoon of logs
There will be room for the canoes and
ample dressing rooms. The boathouse
will be located on the east bank of the
river, a few hundred feet below Bundy's
bathhouse. The ground and landing place
have been donated by the O. W. P. Ail
the expense to be incurred in building
the house will be borne by the boys.
It is their plan to go ahead with the
club, buy their own canoes and boats
and operate as an independent associa
tion. In this way they hope to secure
the aid of the directors of the Y. M.
C. A. and later to have the association
take the club under its control. Physical
Director Grilley of the' association Is one
of the promoters of the movement, and
Is doing a great deal to advance it. About
20 young men already have signed as
members of the club.
DATES FOR HARVARD ELEVEN
Cornell Among New Teams That
May Be Met.
Manager Dutcher. of Harvard's foot
ball team, has already begun arranging
his schedule for next Fall. It will differ
largely from those of previous years es
pecially as regards the earlier games.
The game with Yale will, of course, be
played at Cambridge the second Satur
day in November. Games with Dart
mouth and the Carlisle Indians have been
assured, although there has been consid
able talk of playing the Carlisle game
the Saturday before the Tale game, and
the Dartmouth game two weeks earlier.
THE POLICYHOLDERS COMPANY
BEST FOR AN OREGONIAN
Home Office Cor. Sixth and Ankeny Streets, Portland
A, L. MILLS, L. SAMUEL, CLARENCE S. SAMUEL, .
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STMPTBHS DF PARASITES
MANY ST. LOUIS PEOPLE HAVE
It Is Claimed by Cooper That These
Monster Worms Cause Most
ST. LOUIS. April 17, 1907. Noth
ing has done so much ' to arouse
the people in St. Louis as the Immense
number of parasites or tape-worms that
are' being removed, from Individuals by
a preparation known as Cooper's New
This preparation is being Introduced
in this city for the first time by L. T.
Cooper, the young philanthropist, who
has made and Is making a fortune by
its sale. The medicine Is prepared at
Dayton, Ohio, and is sold for various
forms of stomach trouble. It is now
being sold in St. Louis in such enormous
quantities as to have caused a general
discussion by physicians throughout the
Cooper claims that much suffering is
the result of tapeworms, and stated early
during his visit that the creatures were
responsible for 50 per cent of atl stomach
trouble. This claim seems to be verified,
as fully one-half of the individuals who
have taken this preparation have been
relieved of one of these creatures.
A reporter who epent . an hour &t
Cooper's headquarters, secured state
ments from a number of people, who
brought one of the creatures to the young
man, yesterday. The following are some
of these statements and are similar to
all the rest:
Mr. Chas. H. Muetz. living at 4031
Easton avenue, who brought with him
a tapeworm about 50 feet in length,
when questioned, said: I have been in
poor health"for eight years. I have at
tributed It to my stomach, although I
was not certain just what was the mas
ter with me. I felt dull most of the time,
and the least exertion tired me. I had a
verv irregular appetite and always had a
coated tongue. I was troubled with short
ness of breath, headaches, dizziness,
sleeplessness and would see specks before
my eyes if I stooped over and raised up
"My worst trouble was that I seemed
to lack all ambition and it was difficult
to attend to my business as I always
felt tired, even after a night's sleep. My
mind seemed dull and sluggish most of
the time and I had difficulty in remem
bering. I have had headache a great deal
and have done everything possible, but
could get no relief.
"I heard so much of this man Cooper
that last Wednesday I bought a bottle
of his preparation. I did not use it till
yesterday, when I took two doses of it,
and about two hours ago a parasite left
my system. 1 know now what made me
feel so badlv all these years. I consider
this the most remarkable preparation I
ever heard of. It has made life worth liv
ing for me once more, and I am very
The statement of Mr. William Bracken,
of 720 Morgan street, was as follows: "I
had suffered with stomach trouble for
three years. I was not sick enough to be
in bed, but just felt bad all the time.
Mv greatest trouble was that I always
felt tired, would get up in the morning
feeling as tired as when I went to bed.
"I had a very irregular appetite and
was troubled with dizzy spells. If I stood
for any length of time I wolud have a
dull pain In the lower part of my back.
I was nervous and felt all the time as
though something terrible was going to
happen. My memory has been getting
bad during the past year and my eye
sight Is not as keen as it was. I have
tried many kinds of medicines, but noth
ing ever helped me.
"I had about given up all hope of ever
being in good health again, when I heard
so much of Cooper and decided to try
his medicines. I bought one bottle of
his New Discovery, as it is called. I took
just three doses of the medicine and this
tapeworm, which is over 70 feet in length,
left my system. I never suspected that
I had this thing. I feel better already,
and believe I will got back some of the
flesh I had lost during the past few
years I would not have that thing in me
again for a thousand dollars. 4V
TThese statements and others like them
go far toward accounting for Coopers
immense success here and elsewhere. So
far every claim made by the young man
seems to have been verified.
reversing last season's order. Brown is
solid with the Crimson football followers,
so that the Brown game will take place
without . question.
West Point has been asked to play at
Cambridge this Fall, and it now remains
for the cadet management to reply. The
announcement emanating from Annapolis
that Harvard was to play there has been
denied by the Crimson management
Cornell is anxious for a game in Har
vard's Stadium and will probably be
taken on. The members of the Harvard
eleven are anxious for such a contest.
Amherst College, which has a stronger
eleven usually than the Aggies, is likely
to be represented by a team at Cam
bridge. Bowdoln and Bates are under
stood to be reasonably sure of playing
Harvard again, but there is some doubt
about the University of Maine eleven.
Tufts has been mentioned to fill Maine's
It was recently learned that steps were
to be taken by some of . the players to
have Wednesday games discontinued en
tirely. THE DAY'S HORSE RACES
NEW YORK, April 17. Aqueduct race
Four and a half furlongs Rustle won,
Evelyn Q. second. Trey of Spades third;
tlme."0:54 1-5. " - -
Steeplechase, about two miles Hot Shot
won. Commodore Fontaine second, Arabo
third: time, 4:32.
Six furlongs Grapple won, Clare Russell
second: time. 1:14. Workman fell. Only
Six furlonga Juggler won, Sllckaway sec
ond. Jacobite third;-time. 1:14 1-5.
Five furlongs Suffrage won, Handzarra
second: time 0:59 2-5. Only two atartera.
Four furlongs: Master Robert won, Bridge
Whist second, Senator Beckham third,
SAN FRANCISCO, April 17.-Oakland
Four and a half furlongs College Widow
won. Abbey second. Love of Gold third;
time. 0:54 4-5.
Mile and three-sixteenths. Belling Daniel
C. won. Tarrigan second, Ray third; time.
Mile and three-sixteenths, selling Cadf
chon won. Nina Spot second. Fury third;
time. 2:01 3-6.
Acushla Handicap, mile and 50 yard.
Raold Water won. Princess Titania second,
Eduardo third; time. 1:43 1-5.
Mile and 70 yards, selling Bedford won.
So much goodness
dwells in a little dry leaf I
Tosr grocer returns year money if m AmI
like Schillinr's Best; we pay bim.
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For the Next 10 Days We Shall Offer at Less Than Half Price, as Follows:
1000 bottles of Fort, Sherry, Angelica and Mus
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500 bottles of Blackberry Brandy; regular price
50c and 75c, at
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Mail Orders Will Have Our Prompt Attention. Telephone Main 70.
Earl Rogers second. Sir Brlllar third; ttmtt,
Seven and a half furlong-a True wing
won. The Mist second. Phalanx third; time,
Oil Company to Be Bankrupt.-
FORT SCOTT, Kan.. April 17. In th
United States District Court her to-
OF THE NEW STORE
, THIS EVENING, 7:30' TO 10 O'CLOCK
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It's to be a gala night the most brilliant opening ever held in this city. At great expense
tre have secured twenty-live thousand of the most costly and extravagant souvenirs ever
given in this city. These will be presented to all visitors attending. No goods will be
sold during the opening hours, for this event is planned simply to letter acquaint you
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You Are Invited and Expected
Than 12 Bottles Given to Any One
day an application was filed to declare
the Uncle Sam OH Company bankrupt
and asking- that 'a receiver be ap
pointed. France Rejoices at Meeting.
PARI8, April 17. The forthcoming meet
ing of King Edward and King Victor Em
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500 bottles of Bock and Bye; regular price 75c
and fl, at
40c a Bottle, or $2.50 a Gallon
manuel at Gaeta la viewed with the ut
most satisfaction in governmental circles
here, where the royal conference is con
sidered as not only likely to strengthen
the cordial relations existing between
Italy and Great Britain, but as binding
closer the ties between those two coun
tries and France and as exerting a good
effect upon the European situation.'