Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View This Issue
THE MORNING OREGONIAX, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1909
BEAVERS WIN OUT
IN LUCKY SEVENTH
After Angels Lead for Six In
nings, Batting Rally Pulls
Game Out of Fire.
FISHER'S TRIPLE HELPS)
Koetner Has Better Control Than
. Carson, but McCredle's Men Put
Vp Brilliant Ball and
PACIFIC COAST I-IAGCX.
Portland S. Loa Antrelea L
u rrandseo 4.. Oakland 8.
Paerajnanto- A Varnon 1.
Standing of tha Clnba,
5iS 'f la
S if '2. iS
San r. I19!22 21
Portland . -H' 1 1
Loa Ang'1415 Ul
e n it'll!
Oakland !1312 lT.tel
Vamon . I 8 13 111 81
.541 - J
1 63, 7 1, SO. S4 1103' 100 S34
For six innings yesterday afternoon,
with Lea Angeles one run ' to the good
and Portland unable to hit the visiting
pitcher. Koestner, to any extent, .It
looked as thoui the Beavers were
dAomed to defeat, but the local sluggers
pulled the game out of the fire In the
seventh with a batting rally that netted
them two runs and three hits. Including
a three-bagger by Gus Fisher. The brand
of ball displayed yesterday was as good
as la seen In any league In the country.
Both teams made brilliant catches, ran
bases nicely and, In general, pl.iyed fine
Koestner. despite his defeat, pitched a
steadier game than Carson. The Beavers
annexed only six hita off the Angel
pitcher, while the Los Angeles crowd got
nine bingles off the local boy. Carson
was responsible for the ran that was
made off him In the fourth Inning. Jack
Graney made a perfect throw home and
Al. Instead of letting Fisher have it.
caught the ball and threw It to Cooney.
who caught Howard at second for the
third out. The sphere was headed
straight for Fisher's mit and the catcher
would have headed off Godwin at the
Portland got a man as far as third in
the third Inning. This runner was Speas,
who had singled to left, been sacrificed
to second by Carson and went to third
on Cooneys hit to center. With the lat
. ter he tried to make a double steal but
wAs thrown out at the plate. Oiendorff
dldn"t touch him on the play but the
runner failed to touch the platter and
was out before he could get back.
In the "lucky" seventh. McCredle. who
was first at bat for .the Beavers, singled
to the Infield and registered one run for
Portland, when Gus Fisher, the crack
catcher, poked the ball over Daly's head
for a triple. The latter scored Immediate
ly after dh Ort's liner to left. Speas
sacrificed Ort to second and when Car
son hit a grounder to Howard. Ort was
run down between second and third.
Cooney flew out to Godwin and ended the
inning. The score:
AB K K PO A E
T,lv rf ' 4 0 1 4 0 0
OoS-in: If 4 1 1 8 O 0
Iail. lb 8 0 1 11 0 0
Howard. 2b 4- 0 -J 1 S
Smith. 3b 3 0 1 -2 2 0
rims. 2 0 10 6 1
OrendornT e ,...3 O O 8 1
Koestner. p 3 0 1 0 .5 0
Totals 28 1 24 18 1
AB R H PO A B
Oonav. So 3 1 2 1
Olfon. sa 3 O 1 2 3 O
Gran.y. cf ?. . . 4 0 0 1 1 O
Johnson. 3b 4 0 0 1 8
MoOredi. rf .' 3 I 1 8 1
Fisher, c 3 1 1 3 6 0
Ort. lb 8 0 1 w 10
oea. II - 1 3 v .. u
0 0 0 6 0
27 2 6 2
SCORE BY IXNINQ3.
Lo Anceles 0OO1000O 0 1
HIM 1 0 12 112 0 19
Portland 00000030 (l 2
Hiss ..1 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 06
Struck out By Koestner 2. by Canon 1.
Pinti on ball Off Koeslnr 1. off CorRon 2.
Three-base hit Fisher, Sncrltice hits
Smith. Delmas. Wheeler. Grany, Speas.
Carson. Stolen bases Smith. Cooney. Passed
halls Fisher. First base on errors Los
Ang!e 1. Portland 1. lft on bases Los
AnuelfS 5. Portland 3. Time of fjme 1
hour 33 minutes. Umpires Toman and Van
San Francisco 4 ; Oakland S.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 22. San Fran
cisco defeated Oakland today. 4 to 2, by
bunching .hits in the first, seventh and
ninth Innings- Willis was In rare form
and allowed the visitors but four hits,
two in the seventh resulting In two runs
and two in the last, inning scoring one
San Fran 4 8 i;Oakland 3 '4 0
Batteries Willis and Berry; Nelson and
FAND0M AT RANDOM-
when Ort dumped him on his face In the
seventh Inning. Ort was caught between
the bases and -was headed for second,
with Smith after him full tilt. Ort played
foxy and ducked, sending Smith flying
through the air. It looked, from the
stand, as though Smith didn't touch him.
but Van Haltren ruled differently and
Ort was out.
Daly was on the Job all the time yes
terday. He made several good catches of
JOHNSON TRAINING FOR BOUT
Black Fighter Says He Will Beat
SAJN FBANCI9CO,. Sept. 22. As evi
dence that he will be in the best kind
of shape when he fights; Stanley Ketchel.
Jack Johnson Is boxing at the Seat Bock
House with his sparring partners every
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. This is In direct
contrast to the easy fashion In which
Johnson prepared for his bout with Al
Kaufman, when the heavyweight cham
pion didn't have on the gloves more than
half a dosen times all told. This time
he will have three full weeks for his
"There li no man Ilvlruj that I am afraid
of. but I want to knock Ketchel out, and
I'll do lC too, inside of 13 rounds. There
has been a lot of talk of my lack of ag
gressiveness and I am going to show them
a few things with this fellow Ketchel.
There will be so let-up In mr work lor
DEMABA FIRST IN LONG RACE
Wins Six-Day Blcjcle Event, Though
Finish Is Close.
KANSAS C1TT. Sept. 22. With the
six-day, eight hours a day. bicycle race
over, the close of tonight's performance
round the riders fairly well bunched,
the eight leaders being less than two
miles apart. Schnell has not been well
enough to ride continuously. The stand
Demara. B05 miles 6 laps: Williams
and Hunter, 605 miles 4 laps; Mitten
and Morgan, 605 miles 2 laps: Stein,
505 miles 1 lap: Crebs and Palmer, 603
miles 9 laps: Wells. 494 miles 3 Japs:
Schnell,. 390 miles 3 laps.
American Association Scores.
At Columbus Minneapolis, 8-4; Co
At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 1-8;
Kansas City. 4-i.
At Louisville Louisville, 4; St.
SCHOOL HORSES ENTER
HIGHLY TRAINED STEEDS TO BE
FEATCRE OF SHOW.
Fancy Gait of Animals Afford
Beautiful Spectacle Entries for
One of the finest classes to be seen
athe Portland Horse Show, in the
Oriental building at the Exposition
grounds, October 7, 8 and 9, will be
the high school horses. This class Is
always a great attraction at a horse
show, the fancy gaits of the, animals
entered affording a beautiful spectacle,
which Is appreciated by all who ad
mire fine horses and are interested
in their performances.
Uarda, an entry of Miss Bernloe A.
Baker, of Tacoma, will be one of the
best-trained animals to be seen in this
class. Sol G.. owned by John F.. Gib
son, of Portland, is another horse that
is expected to make a .strong bid for
the cup offered In this class. Dr. J. M.
Coglan, of Portland, has entered Can
tell In this division. This horse has
only been in training six weeks, but is
said to have developed rapidly, and
those who have seen It train predict
that It will give the more experienced
high school horses a hard run for first
honors.' Several other classy steeds
will compete In this class, and mem
bers of the Hunt Club say that the
high school exhibitions are sure, to at
tract much attention. "
A committee has been appointed of
Hunt Club members to secure cupsNfor
the classes for which trophies have not
yet been provided. This committee will
call on business men to fill out the list
of awards. Altogether cups are to be
given in 90 classes, and most of these
cups have already been donated. The
cups are mux'h finer and more valuable
than those frlven last year.
Entries for the Horse Show have
now been officially closed by President
Cronln. A few more names may be
added to the list, but the copy is al
ready being compiled for the catalogue,
and horses hereafter listed will not ap
pear In it. The entries of the past few
days, have surpassed all expectations
and the number of horses to appear in
the show ring will be much larger than
FROM THE FIRST
Clever Base-Running and Ta
eoma's Blunders Make
' Score 7 to 5.
SUPPORT ; DISGUSTS HALL
Young Geehan, Substitute, Holds
' Fortlanders Down to" Two Hits.
- Kinsella Hit Freely, but
. Few Make Circuit.'.
Portland T, Tacoma. 6. .
Seattle S. Aberdeen .
Spokane 6. Yaneouvac 4. ' '
Stan dins of the Club.
Seattle . . .
Portland . .
Tacoma . .
101121 9 141
81 l 7114.
TACOMA, Wash., Sept 22. (Special.)
The Colts got off at the crack of the gin
today and hy clever baserunning com
bined with sloppy work on the part of , the
Tacoma Infield piled up five runs which
put a damper on the crowd, for with Ed
Kinsella in the box things did not look
propitious for the Tigers.. However, they
made a game, uphill fight and with bet
ter judgment in baserunning would have
tied the score. At the end the count stood
Portland 7, Tacoma 6. '
Hall stated pitching fa Tacoma, but
after getting disheartened by the rotten
ness of his support was batted freely,
and Geehan, a young Tacoma recruit, was
substituted. He held the Colts to two
hits In six Innings and displayed remark
able nerve and pitching ability In the
pinches.- - I
Portland won the game thus: Adams
walked, the next two were easy outs, then
Coleman and Broadbent fumbled and Sta
ton, Crocker and Armbruster followed
with singles. This, with a mixture of
stolen bases, netted five. A pass to Sta
ton, followed by Crocker's drive to right
which Hopkins let go through him, added
another In the third. Errors were wholly
responsible for the seventh. . 1
Tacoma began to hit Kinsella 'freely
from the start, but could not make the
circuit until the sixth, when Geehan, Hur
ley and Coleman hit safely in succession.
Hurley stole home. Another rally was
started In the eighth, when Adams' error,
Coleman's single, Stevens' two-bagger and
Hopklne" three-sacker, which he tried to
stretch into a home-run, added three. In
the first Inning Kippert was aiso thrown
out at the plate when he tried to make
the circuit on his drive over Crocker's
AB K H PO
Hurley. If ,.. 4 2 1 0
Coleman, 2b 4 0 2 2
Klprert, cf 4 111
Stevens, rf-c ....8 1 2 9.
Kellackey. lb 4 0 1 1
Blankenahlp. e 0 0 0 2
Hopkins, rf 4 0 10
rxiwnie. 3b 4 O ,0 8
Broadbent, mm 4 0 0 0
Hall, p 1 O O 0
Geehan, p 8 110
A 1am. 2b . .
Brtsen, as ....
Fournler rf .
Bassey, If ...
Btaton. as ...
Crocker, of . .
8 27 18
Totals ' .33
SCORE BY INNINGS. .
.0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Portland ;'.. S 0 1 10 0
Stolen basest Hurley, Adams. Basaey, Sta
ton 2. ' Double plav Broadbent to'Coieman
to Kellackev. Two-baM hit Steven. . T&re
hase hiti-Kippart. Hopkins. Sacrifice hit
Breen. Kenndlv. Left on bases Tacoma, 4;
Portland. 4 Hits OfT Hall 6. runs 6 In 8 In
nlnxa. Struck out Hall, 2: Geehan, 6: Kin.
sella. 8. Bases on balls Off Hall, 2; off Gee-
g KB BT7TL.ER. the former Tacoma man-
I ager. vas in a Los Angeles uniform
yesterday. Ike will finish out the sea
son with "Wheeler's team. Ho was re
leased by Tacoma, at his own request.
after the arrival of Cliff Blankenshlp,
late of the Washington team in the
American League, who succeeded him as
Phil Cooney made a great try for
Wheeler's hit in the first Inning. . The
serond baseman jumped high in the air.
and touched the ball, but couldnt bring
Umpire Jimmy Toman was the goal for
one of Carson's fast shoots yesterday.
Al sent in a fast one that Fisher wasn't
expecting and It hit the umpire In the
breadbasket and doubled him up for a
McCredle made a dandy play in the
sixth frame, when b dug Godwin's hit
out of the dirt and caught Daly at the
keystone sack by a close margin.
MoCredle had Speck Harkness wanning
up to relieve Carson In the, event of bis
weakening, but he didn't need him.
Jud Bn-.VM received a pretty hard jolt
ENTRY.THAT WILL BE STRONG COMPETITOR IN LADIES'
SADDLE HORSE CLASS OF PORTLAND HORSE SHOW. '
I - . ' " - . . J"
..?-!wi ? : "
if 1 in
. ' ::
I 1 - ' V ' - ! -4 "
I ? -rA - " ' , f i " i , -
t h ... - )! ' 1
t " ' v1' ' I
it , r , - ( 1 1
MRS. AMBROSE CROXIN, WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT OF PORTLAND
HUNT CI-UB, OX BRt'SSBI.S. ,
ll THtMAlf .. i
!WHO OWNS " . . I
11 ONE" its j
" ' V : i
r"iii' - f
Seventh and Oak Sts.
Phones Main 4542, A 1127.
han 1; eff KtMella. 1. Passed ball Stevana.
Hit" by pltohad bajl Kltiaeila (by Qeehn.
Time of gama 4 boor, 46 minute. Umpire
TURKS DEFEAT BLACK CATS
Seattle' Wins In Eleventh on Hits by
Capron and Allen.
BEATTLE, Sept. 22. Lejeune'a home
run In the ninth Inning after two were
but tied the score. Seattle finally won
in the last , of the -eleventh on hits by
Capron and Allen and : Magee's error.
Score: ' '
. . 8 BATTLE.
AB R H PO A E
Raymond, as...; 6 0 1 2 10 1
Bennett, 2b ...6 1 1 8 1
Lynob, cf 1 10 0 0
Frisk, rr..... .... 3 0 0 3 1 0
Capron. if 5 1 1 8 0 0
Magee. lb 4 0 1 16 .1 1
Allen, 3b 5 0 " 1 1 -1 0
Shea, e .....4 o 2 4 2 0
Engle. "p s. -8 0 0 .1 1 0
Totals '. 88 3 8 83 20 8
AB R H PO A E
Moore, ss G 0 0 6 8 0
CanpbeJl, rf ,5 0 2 0 0 1
Swalm. If 4 0 0 8 0 1
Lejeune, cf 4 2 2 1 0 0
Bswer. 8b 4 0 0 2.3 1
T. Strelb. 2b 4 0 1 8 8 0
J. treib, lb 4 0 1 11 0 0
O'Brien, c 4 0 0 4 1 0
Staj-kelL p.... 4 0 0 0 8 2
Totals .38 2 6 80 18 5
Wlnnlna; run made with none out.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Seattle 1 0 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 0 18
Aberdeen .0000-001010 02
Two-base hit Bennett. Home run Le
jeune. Sacrifice hits Magee. Engle. Stolen
bases Magee. Lejeune, Starkett. Struck out
EnKle 8, Starkell 4. Bases on balls Stark
ell 2. Hit by pitched ball Lynch (by Stark
ell). Umplrea Carney and Drennan.
RtrSH. OX MOUNT SAVES DAT
Whelsman Loses Control In Ninth,
; Spokane 5; Vancouver 4.
SPOKANE, Sept. 22. Pitcher Whels
man, Ihe youngster secured from the
Twilight League, almost lost his game
by loss of control in the ninth inning to
day. Rush was substituted and Just
managed to save the game for Spokane
by striking out Flanagan, the third out
with bases full and one run needed to
tie. The Indians : made their few hits
count. Burnett's wonderful fielding was
a feature. Score:
AB R H PO A E
Davis. If 2 1 0 0 O 0
CartwrlKht, lb 3 0 2 7 0 0
Flanagan, cf 4 0 2 0 0 0
Swain, rf - -. 4 10 0 2 .0 0
Snyder. 2b 4 .0 2 2 8 1
Scharnweber, ea 4 1 1 S 8 1
Smith, 3b 8 1 0 2 3 0
SuMn, c... '.... 4 0 0 8 8 0
Erickson, p 8 lv 1 ,0 2 0
Totals ...... 81 . 4 8 24 14 2
AB R H PO A E
Brlnker, cf i..4 2 1 3 0 0
Altman 8b i.... 3 10 0 1 1
TVeed. rf 3 2 1 0 0
James, 2b 2 0 1 2 6 0
Nordvke. lb 2 0 O 11 -.2 0
Thompson, If 3.0 1 1 ft 0
Burnett, as S O 0 4 7 0
bpencer. c 3 0 0 ' 3 0 0
Whelsman, p 3 0 0 2 2' 1
Rush, p - 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totala) 28 6 4 .. 2T 17 2
: SCORE BY INNINGS.
Vancouver .1 -0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 (
Spokane 2 0O"0800O 6
Two-base hlt-r-Wed. Sacrifice hit Cart
wright. -Flanagan, Nordyke. Stolen bases
Snyder. James. Double play Burnett to
Nordyke: Burnett to Nordyke; James to Bur
nett; James to Burnett to Nordyke. 6truek
out By Whelaman. 1; by Rush. 1 ;. by Xrick
son. 3. Basea on balls Off Wlieisman. 5; off
Rusk, 1: off Erickaon. 4. Wild pitch Erlck
eon. Left 'jenf bases Vancouver. 8; Spokane,
2. Time of 'game 1 hour, 2S mlnutea. Um
pire Frary. . .
, . NATIONAL LEAGUE. '
New York . .
Cincinnati . .
St. Louis ...
Brooklyn . . .
Won. Lost. - P. C.
103 35 .741
92 '. B .672'
81 63 .6U5
' 70 6S .606
ti 71 .490
47, 87 .350
47 . V8S .848
S 99 - .283
Cincinnati 4;. Philadelphia' 4.
CLVCIXNATL Sept.- 22. Cincinnati
and Philadelphia played 14 innings to a
tie today, a great one-handed catch by
Magee saving the Phlladelphiana from
defeat In the final round. " Score : .
' R.H.E.f ' . R.H.E.
Cincinnati ,.4 LJ 3 Philadelphia, 4 8 0
Batteries Fromme, Gas'par and Roth:
Moren, McQulnian and Dooin. Umpires
Emslle and Klem.
New York 4; St. Louis 8. -
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 22. St. Louis lost to
New York in the first game of a sched
uled double-header here today. 'The sec
ond game was called after three Innings
with the score 4 to 0 infavor of St. Louis.
R.H.E. 1 R.H.E.
New York ..4 3 .6) St. Louis 3 12 2
Batteries Mathewson and Meyers;
Beebe, Laudermilk and Phelps. Umpires
Brennan and O'Day. . i
Pittsburg 12; Boston 7.
PITTSBURG. Sept." 22. Pittsburg hit
the ball hard and often' today and defeat
ed. Boston. Score: -'
R.H.E.f ' ' R.H.E.
Pittsburg .'.12 13 2 Boston ......7 11 2
Batteries Leifield. Leever, Willis and
Gibson; Brown, Richiev Cooney and Gra
ham. Umpires Kane and Rosier.
CHICAGO, Sept. .22. Chicago-Brooklyn
double-header postponed; rain.
. Logger Accused of Forgery.
MARSHFIELD, Or., Sept. 22. (Spe
clal.) Robert Roberts, who has been
employed in logging camps, was arrest
ed today on an indictment charging
him with forgery.. He was confined
in the County Jail. - .
The British railways In 1907 are reported
to have had a total length of 23.101 miles.
The Tea Room service is TUlUL & GUBlSo, JUKKJ. The convenience of time pay-
,i, fr mirl-rlav ' PAMrjT TTTTT . nts extended to purchaser.
lunch and afternoon tea.
of Housefurnishing Goods.
MANY OF THE BERKEY & GAY REPRODUCTIONS ARE SHOWN IN OUR
GATHERING OF FINE FURNITURE-SEE THE FIFTH FLOOR DISPLAY
Style Interest Centers io tlhe
' Mew Tailored Suits
MANY ARE BEING RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS
The season's handsomest creations are conspicuous
among them those in the imported English homespuns,
basket cloths and many other imported materials Suits
that in style, fit and workmanship are unexcelled. Hand
made buttonholes, hand-felled collars and the styles that
are free from all stiffening no canvas or haircloth. The
colorings of some of these imported materials are not to
be found in any others, from $65.00 to $100.00 is tne
price range of these handsome garments.
Our new tailored suits, ranging in price from $35.00 to
?50.00, are more complete than ever. And here, too, you
will find so many "one of a kind," and yet there is the
distinctiveness of style and fabric in each that is easily rec
ognized. . You who have yet to choose your Fall or Winter
suit must surely recognize in our new showing the variety,
the distinctiveness and correctness of styles.
THIS IS THE LAST WEEK OF MRS. REDDING'S DEMONSTRATION OF THE
"MODART" CORSET-PLAN TO ATTEND TODAY-NEW CORSET SECTION
acey Sectional Bookcases
The influence and value of good books is greatly enhanced
by their convenient and'' pleasing arrangement. Therefore
the bookcase is the essential consideration in any library. In
the Macey Bookcases every desire is realized the unit idea
has reached a' state of practical as well as artistic perfection.
Harmony of treatment, pleasing effects and convenient ar
rangement are possible through the many different woods and
finishes and style of design as well as the various sizes of
"Macey',' -Bookcases. We show these to advantage on our
Fourth Floor. Catalogue mailed on request.
Sale of Dining Tables
Six of these have been selected from our line
and will be most interestingly priced for today
and tomorrow. You" can take advantage of our
liberal payment terms as .well , as these
$10.00 Table at $6.75 Square table in golden
ash; a five-leaf style. '
$17.00 Table at 9.50 An '8-ft. extension table,
in quarter-sawed oak finish. Hound top.. Has
five fluted-pattern legs.
$14.75 Table at $9.75 In the golden oak; a
roundtop pattern, with pedestal base. Extends
to six feet. . ' -'' -". ' '
$18.50 Table at $10.75 Also in the golden oak.
Has five fluted legs and extends to eight feet.
$20.00 Table at $13.75 Has five heavy fluted
legs; round top, in quarter-sawed golden oak.
Table extends to eight feet.
$24.00 Table at $16.75 In the golden oak. Top
is of quarter-sawed golden oak; has five heavy
fluted legs. This table extends to 10 feet.
Special Vals. in Four Sizes
They are made of the same
wool and dyed with the same
dyes as the genuine Navajo
Rugs.. An excellent rug for
the den or hall. Sale today
and tomorrow in the Carpet
Dept. Sixth Floor.
27x54-inch Rags; regular $3.50
values ; special $2.25
3x5-foot Rugs; regular $6 values,'
4x6-f oot Rugs ; regular $9 values ;
special. . $7.50
6x-foot Rugs; regular $19 values;
Timely Bargains in Bedding
Offered in Today's Sale of
BlanKets and Comforters.
DETROIT'S RALLY WINS
LEAGUE LEADERS TAKE AN
OTHER FR03I WASHINGTON.
LellTelf Catch, Coff and Craw
ford's Battlns and Mnllln's
Won. Lost. P. C.
r,-.,, 91 j , 51 .Ml
Boston P. " . 'Ill
Washington 39 . 1"'
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. Batting ral
lies by- Detroit In the eighth an ninth
innings won today s game against Wash
ington. . .
A sensational one-handed ca.cn by
Lelivelt in the second inning, of Morlar
ltys hit. "and the batting of Cobb and
Crawford, were features of the game.
Gessler also made a great catch In the
first Inning. ...
Mullln -pitched a splendid game, allow
ing only three hits. Washington scored
their Tuns In the first Inning on two
errors by Moriarlty and a three-base hit
by Gessler. Gessler scored on ari out
Detroit scored two runs In the fourth
on hits by Cobb. Crawford, -Moriarlty,
Schmidt and O'Leary.-
They added three more In the eighth
on" a single by Cobb, a triple by Craw
ford and hits by Moriarlty and Schmidt.
AB R H PO A E
Conroy. 2b 1 g 2 4 0
Milan, cf I A ? 9 1 0
Unglaub. lb Ill I 1 0
?2iift. ft " '
Tohe si) - oooii
SSn I ? ? 5 J
Walker. , v J 1 J J
" Total. -29 3 8 2T IS 8
g-.rs-S 5 $
robb rf ..A 3 4 0. 0 0
?awforrVif, J. 2 4 2 . 0 0
Moriarlty.. 8b' 4 2 3 0 3.2
Schmidt, c .. o 1 IS 2 0
T. Jones, lb 8 0 1 . 15 "
CLeaxy, 2b ......... 4 0 1 4 2
Mullln. o .....4 0 0 0 6 0
Totala 41 8 16 27 18 2
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Washlnstcm 3000000 0 08
Detroit 0 0 0 20 00 3 88
Two-basa hits Crawford, Cobb. T. Jones.
Three-base hlta Crawford & Gnsler. Double
plavs Gessler to Street. Conroy to Mo
Brlde. Unglaub. Bases on balls Mullln 1.
Struck out Walker 5. Mullln 3. Stolen bases
Unglaub, MArlarlty, Schmidt. Umpires
Zvans and Dlneen.
Boston S ; Cleveland 1 . "
BOSTON, Sept. 22. With. Mitchell a
recruit, pitching for the visitors, Boston
defeated Cleveland today. Score:
R.H.E-1 . R.H.E.
Cleveland ....15 2 Boston 3 7 1
Batteries Mitchell and Easterly, Wood
Philadelphia 6; St. Louis 2.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 22. Philadel
phia had little difficulty In defeating St.
Louis today. Score:
'. R.H.E.; R.H.E.
Philadelphia . 9 4 Bt. Louis 2 8 2
Batteries Coombs, Krause and Liv
ingston; Gllligan and Smithson.
Chicago-New York Postponed. ...
NEW YORK. Sept. 22. Chicago-New
York; postponed; rain.
. Race Marred by Palls.
GRAVESEND, N. Y., Sept. 22. Essex
won the Kings Highway Steeplechase
Handicap today- The race was marred
by the falling of the favorite, Lynne
wood, and of Rising Star, a lAig shot.
Both horses were remounted and Rising
Star finished second with Lynnewood
third. Kelleher had his collar hone
broken while Kermath escaped with a
shaking up. High Private, winner of the
third race? was bid up to $40U0 and se
cured by C. C Smithson.
DIVISION MERE IDLE. TALK
Justice Allshle, of Idaho, Says There '
Is Xo Such Sentiment. .
Justice J. F. Allshle, of the Idaho Su
preme Court, pasaed through Portland
on his way from Salem yesterday, where
he delivered an address at the Willamette
University's 66th anniversary celebration
last night. He spoke most hopefully of
the promise and outlook for the future
of Willamette University.
When asked the significance of recent
news articles about an agitation for di
vision of Idaho by attaching the north
ern division to Washington, the Judge
replied: "It is the merest idle talk.
There is no such sentiment in Idaho.
We are all Idahoans and no one that I
know anything of wants any division or
change of state lines."
Judge Ailshie. who is a graduate of
Willamette University of the class of
1891, was conferred with, the honorary de
gree of doctor of. laws by the university
on Tuesday. Since 1901 he has been a
resident of Idaho and for the last seven
years has been on the Supreme Court
bench. He has recently been re-elected
for a second term, this time with the
Democratic party putting no candidate in
the field against him.
See the Big Stock Parade Magnificent
Turnout of Prize-Winners in $1,000,
OOO Livestock Show Just Before the
Races Today. Finest Speed Contests of
the Week. Splendid Night Attractions
on Home Stretch. Come Stay AH Day.
Admission SOc Gars 3d and Yamhill