Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 17, 1910, Page 8, Image 8

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    THE MORXING OREGOXIAy, FRIDAY; Jum 17, 191Q.
LOS ANGELES GOLF
CLUB DEFEATS U.S.
PORTLAND GOLF PLAYERS WHO COMPETED FOR MORRIS TROPHY, AND INSTRUCTOR.
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PITTSBURG SCORES SECOND
West and Middle West Clubs Well
Represented in Matches in Com
memoration of Birth of Grand
Old Man of Golf.
OOon-tin-uad FVotn Pint Pal.
Country Club's score was 72 holes down
on par.
At Pittsburg The Oakmont Country
Golf Club turned in a score of 41 holes
flown on par. E. M. Byers was three up.
Par on the Oakmont links, is 77. W. C.
fownes was even.
At Los Angeles The Annadale Coun
try Club team turned tn a score to
day of 62 down on par. Tile Los An
day of 62 down on par.
At Denver The team of the Denver
Country Club finished 42 down on par
At Duluth The rolf team of the
Northland Country Club finished with
a score of 84 down on par.
At Nashville The Nashville Golf and
Country Club turned in a score of '82,
down on par.
At Milwaukee The Woodmont Coun
try Club turned in a score of 118 holes
down on par.
At Columbus, Or. The Arlington
Country Club's score was 57 down on
par.
At La Crosse, Wis. The La Crosse
Country Club score was 76 down to
par.
W'AVERLY GOLFERS ALSO PJjAY
Major Morrow Makes Best Score In
Contest Jor Trophy.
Commemorating the birth of the late
Tom Morris, one of the earliest patrons
of the game of golf, a team of eight
' men, all members of the Waverly Golf
Club, played against bogie for the
trophy cup of the Western Golf Asso
ciation on the Waverly links yesterday.
This tourney is in the nature of a
telegraphic or correspondence competi
tion, for each club affiliated with the
Western Golf Association played similar
games on their respective links unless
prevented by weather conditions.
At the Waverly links yesterday Major
J. J. Morrow made the best score, wind
ing up with 8 down. : J. E. Young cap
tured second honors, while Jordan Zan
was third among the Portland golfers.
The total average of the team will be
sent to the Western Golf Association
headquarters in Chicago and the team
scoring the best average over the reg
ulation Tom Morris trophy courses will
be awarded custody of the cup for the
year. The scores follow:
Major J. J. Morrow 6 down
J. E. young ' 7 down
Jordan E. Zan 10 down
J. W. Bennett 11 down
A. A. Wright.. i..f. 12 down
T. B. Linthlcum .-. . 14 down
J. Alexander , , 15 down
D. T. Honeyman 15 down
FULTON REPLACES PEXIXSUIjA
Blues Are Admitted to Vacancy in
Trl-Ctty League.
Through the disbandment " and with
drawal from the league of the Penin
sula team, the Fulton Blues, a crack
independent' team of Portland that has
made an enviable record in this vicinity,
was admitted into the Trl-Clty League
and will play its first game next Sun
day on the McKenna Park grounds.
Portsmouth, against the Dilworth Der
bies team, the league leaders.
Among the Fulton players are several
players that are ready for faster com
pany. Parker, the twirler, was given a
tryout last year by the Aberdeen team
of the Northwestern League and - made
good. Jack Olney, who has been pitch
ing for Goldendale in the Columbia
River "Valley 'League and for the former
Peninsula team, will also pitch for Ful
ton. Behind the bat Fulton will be rep
resented by Gleason, Day or Jorgenson,
all of whom are reputed to be reliable
catchers. McFarland, who played for
Peninsula, and who is at present the
leading hitter of the Tri-City League;
Magee, Hoxie, Beagle, Smith and Shei
ner will make up the infipld. Moi ning
star, Jones, Luckey and Taylor will be
the outfielders. Luckey has been with
the Fulton team all season and has 11
home -runs to his credit. He is expected
to make a fight for hitting honors In the
league. Sunday's game will be called
promptly at S o'clock.
MISS SUTTON" GOES TO SPOKANE
Northwestern Tennis Tourney Also
to See Sllss Hotchkiss.
SPOKANE, Wash., June 16. (Special.)
.The sports committee of the Spokane
Country Club, at a meeting today, de
cided to defray the expenses of Miss Mav
Sutton, woman champion of the tennis
world, and Miss Mabel Hotchkiss. per
haps her nearest rival, in order tn havt
this great 'pair of players as the stellar
attraction of the international tournament
to be held, on the club courts in Manitou
Park the week beginning Juiv 4.
Misses Sutton and Hotchkiss have both
advised local clubmen that thev will come
for their expenses, and after going over
the situation, Joe Tyler, chairman of the
tennis committee, said that the commit
tee naa decided to take the risk. .
place to assume the duties of director
of athletics at Monmouth College, Mon
mouth. 111.
Mr. Hahn will assume his duties at
the latter institution In he Fall.
. Hahn was one of the best 100 and 220
yard men that ever performed on a
cinder path and has held a number of
records in these events. He was a
student at the University of Michigan
and was also a football player of note
under Coach "Hurry-Up" Yost.
M'CHESNEY HERO OF BASEBALL
St. Joe Cenlerfielder Pulls Off Hard
Double Play, Unassisted.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June IS. Tn a
sa.me Detween the Denver and St
Joseph teams of the Western League
today. McChe&nv ppntpr.flAiHa. c-
Joseph, pulled oft a play probably never
ueiuie sefu in organized baseball whei
he made a double play, unassisted.
Kelly, Denver's third baseman, whi
was on second, started for third when 1
line drive wan hit tt pnt.y
Chesney speared the ball with his bare
nana ana oeai K.eiiy back to the bag.
ARCHIE HAHN GOES BACK EAST
Famous Track Man Will Direct Ath
letes at Monmouth College.
Archie Hahn, who when a member of
the ail-American track team with
which he went to Athens in 1906 and
won the 100-yard dash in record time
and who has for the past two years
been teaching at the Pacific University,
Forest Grove, Or., and incidentally
coaching all athletes at that institu
tion, has severed his connection at that
JAP TO TAKE ON. AMERICANS
Jiu-Jltsa Will Be Tried Against Box
ing and Wrestling.
On Friday night, June 24, the sport
fans of Portland will be treated to a
novelty in the athletic line when Young
Togo, a Japanese Jiu-jitsu exponent,
will pit his skill in the Oriental style
of wrestling against Jockey Bennett, a
boxer, and Ed Abernathy, s catch-as-catch-can
wrestler.
Togo is a diminutive chap, weighing
but 110 pounds, wh.le the two athletes
he will tackle that night each weigh
at least 10 pounds more than that
weight. The fact that he is going to
use Jiu-jitsu against the scientific art
of boxing ha 3 excited a great deal of
interest. Jockey Bennett, the bantam
weight who has appeared here "in a
number of exhibitions recently, is
looked upon as one of the cleverest mlt
wielders in the ring at his weight to
day.. The matching of jlu-Jltsu against
boxing, it is asserted by Eddie Robin
son, manager of Togo, has never oc
curred before, and this, if so, means
that Portland will have the first chance
of seeing the merits of the two methods
of self-defense.
RENO AFTER FIGHT IN EARNEST
Nevada Divorce City Will Make Sub
stantial Offer.
RENO, Nev., June IS. Following an
enthusiastic meeting of the business men
of Reno, a committee representing the
business interests of the city today made
preliminary plans toward bringing the
Jeffries-Johnson fight here. The com
mittee this afternoon toured the city in
search of the most available location for
an arena. Tonight the committee will
meet William McCarney when he arrives
from San Francisco, for the purpose of
securing licenses for the two big con
tests of July 2 and July 4, and will as
certain what are the wishes of the par
ties he represents.
Reno is prepared to make a good, sub
stantial offer for the privilege of fur
nishing the battleground for the cham
pionship fight.
Richard C. roddard. Attorney-General
of Nevada, today issued the following
statement:
The Legislature having prescribed
certain conditions, which, if properly
complied with, permit glove contests, it
Is beyond the functions of any executive
officer to prevent such a contest. The
llceme is $1000 and when accompanied by
a physician's certificate as to the con
dition of the men, the county cleric is
bound to issue the license. The Legisla
ture made it lawful to conduct glove
contests in Nevada and no power except
the Legislature can prevent them."
SAN. DIEGO FORBIDS FIGHTS
A Fistic Contests Prohibited in
ResolutUm Adopted by Council.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., June 16. As a result
ol the action of Governor Gillett against
the holding of prizefights in California,
the City Council, in session this morning,
adopted a resolution, introduced by the
superintendent of the police department,
forbidding the scheduled bout between
Morris Bloom and the Montana Kid at
Dreamland Pavilion tomorrow night.
The resolution. In addition, provides
thet no boxing contests, sparring exhibi
tions or prizefights may be conducted
within the city limits at any time in the
future. This, it is believed, effectually
kills the fighting game In San Diego and
puts the promoters out of business.
several times, but this is his first full
game.
Roy Hltt was "all to the candy" yes
terday, and like all left-handers, work
ing good, he had no trouble in pulling
out against the McCredie band with
ease. The goose eggs .came regularly
and easily.
'
Many of the fight fans who bought
pasteboards at 50 a throw are com
mencing to wonder whether the refund,
guaranteed in the event the fight is
prohibited, will take place or not.
.
Frank Arrellanes, the California
"rooky" with the Boston Americans,
was given a terrific slamming by the
batsmen of the champion Detroit team.
Jennings' "hopefuls" collected a dozen
runs and 14 hits off Arrellanes.
Beter Buzukos, the Greek wrestler,
who appeared here on several occa
sions last Winter, has returned from
an extended tour of the East. Pete
brings reports of several victories he
achieved while in Chicago, Kansas
City, Salt Lake and other places.
Peruana In largrer picture Oeft to
right) Top row S. B. Ltntblcvm, J.
XV. Bennett. Jordan Zan. Major J. J.
Morrow. Lower row David T. Honey
man, Allan A. Wright, J. K- Young
James Alexander. The Waverly Golf
Club Instructor, Georate C. Turnbvll, la
hown In smaller picture.
AMERICAN JOCKIES WIN
FIVE FIRST PLACES CAPTURED
IN ASCOT RACES.
Fairies' . Bayardo Takes Gold Cup,
While Vanderbilt's Seasick II Is
Next in Feature.
ASCOT HEATH, England, June 16
The Gold Cup, the feature of today's
racing here, was - captured by Mr.
Fairies' Bayardo, ridden by the Amer
ican Jockey, Danny Maher. W. K. Van
derbilt's Seasick II was second and J,
Lowry's Bachelor's Double third.
A gold cup, with a stake of 100
sovereigns and 3500 sovereigns in
specie was offered for 8-year-olds and
upward. The distance is two miles and
a half. Mr. Vanderbilt's Seasick II and
W. A. Aument's Aveu were brought over
from Paris to compete.
The all-aged stakes' of 5 sovereigns
each, with 300 sovereigns added ror 3-year-olds
and up. distance six furlongs,
was won by H. P. Whitney's 'Newcastle
II. Lawrence was second and Nevolnice
third. Only three horses rah. Bayardo
won,' easily, leading by four lengths- at
the finish. Sir Martin, owned by Louis
Wlnana and ridden by "Skeets" Martin,
was nowhere.
Danny Maher, American Jockey, who
has scored more than 1000 successes on
the English turf, had a remarkable run
of victories today. He piloted horses
that won in four races and finished sec
ond in another event. "Skeets" Martin,
another American Jockey. captured
premier honors in the fifth race.
GLIDDEN CARS IN ALABAMA
Great Parade in Nashville Escorts
Tourists to City Limits.
NASHVILLE. Tenn., June 16. The
Gildden tourists left Nashville this morn
ing escorted by upward of 300 cars in
a parade to the city limits. The parade
was headed by a large number of dec
orated cars. Not a car is out of the race.
The noon stop was at Columbia, Tenn.,
15 miles from here, and the night stop
at Sheffield, Ala., 119-7 miles away.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Friday, June 24, 1910
Leaving Ash-street Dock at 8 :30 A. JI. daily, except Sunday (on Saturday at 1 :00 P. M.)",
going direct to Megler, making immediate connection with the Hwaco
Railroads trains for all North Beach points.
VIEW THE SCENIC COLUMBIA IN DAYLIGHT BY A
Magnificent River Ride of Nearly One Hundred Miles
of Delightful Scenery
Send for our beautifully illustrated booklet, "Outing's in Oregon."
SEASON RATES FROM PORTLAND, good six months $4.00
THREE-DAY SATURDAY TO MONDAY RATES $3.00
CORRESPONDING LOW RATES FROM ALL O. R. & N. AND S. P. POINTS.
For further particulars, reservations, etc., call on our City Ticket Agent, 3d and Washington
Streets, Portland, Oregon, or write to
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent
been Informed that the articles for the
fight have been signed. The match will
be to decide the Northwest welterweight
championship. O'Brien fought here re
cently and won over Jess Day.
Valuable" Dog Killed.
' Valued at more than $100, though that
amount could not have bought him,
"Dick," a handsome, black-ppotted coach
dog. owned by Clayton F alias, a well
known sportsman, was killed by a taxi
meter cab of the Oregon Taxlcab Com
pany two days ago. The dog was follow
ing behind Fallas" buggy, at Tenth and
Stark titreets, when the cab darted
across the street unexpectedly and ran
him down. The dog's back wan broken
and he was otherwise Injured. A veteri
nary surgeon was called, but to no avail
and the dog died less than half an hour
later.
In England nearly $10,000,000 is Invested
at present In roller skating rinks.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Minneapolis 34 10 .OSS
St- Paul . 35 20 ..!
Toledo 34 21 .618
Indianapolis 25 30 .4.15
Columbus 23 30 . .4:;4
Kansas City 20 29 .408
Milwaukee ."...20 si .312
Louisville 21 34 . .332
At Kansas City Toledo 5, Kansas
City 3.
At Minneapolis Louisville 3, Minneapo
lis 9.
At St. Paul Indianapolis 4, St. Paul 3.
At Milwaukee Columbus 2, Milwaukee
3 (ten innings).
Won.
... 28
...27
25
24
21
IT
Lost. P. C.
JO .r6
21 .063 '
21 .R43 '
23 ..".It
24 .47H ;
23 .403 i
2R .42H !
25 .405
Wichita
Denver
Bloux City
Omaha -.. . ....... .
Lincoln
St. Joseph
l)es Moinas
Topeka
At St. Joseph St.- Joe 0, Denver 4.
At Topeka--Topeka 1. Wichita 6.
At Lincoln IJncpln 3, Omaha. 0.
At Des . Moines Des Moines 4, Sioux
City 10. -- v'
Welterweights Sign for Match.
MARSHFTELD, Or., June (Special.)
Danny O'Brien and Bobby Evans, both
of Portland, will fight a 20-round bout at
North Eend, on the night of July 4, held
under the auspices of the North Bend
Athletic Club, the officers of which have
Fandom at Random
rOR the first time in many days there
was no change in the standing of
the clubs in the Pacific Coast League
yesterday, for all the leading teams
lost.
,
Some of the rabid fans are highly
elated because Portland has remained
on the top of the heap two successive
days. The "knockers" cannot believe
it and are inclined to think there is a
mistake.
'
Big Ben Hunt, another southpaw,
was "to the good" yesterday, and he
succeeded in repeating the dose of
whitewash administered Oakland on
"Wednesday. It seemed a day for south
paws and shutouts.
Governors and Mayors are likely to
steer clear of Chicago in the future,
for Mayor McCarthy, of San Francisco,
was quoted on a story about the big
fight, which he is credited -with deny
ing later a la Gillett. . Wonder if the
California officials ever really mean
what they say?
Elmer Koestner. the former star
pitcher' of the Los Angeles team,
mounted the hill for .he Cleveland
Americans yesterday and defeated the
speedy New York Highlanders by the
score of 6 to 3. Koestner iras pitched
There's Joy in Vernontown Today
There's joy in Portland, too, the fans find solace in this big
sale of men's fine
Lightweight Summer Underwear
That go on special sale today. Just 50 dozen tropical weight
shirts and drawers that sell regularly at 75c a garment
Today 47c Garment
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