Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 17, 1910, Page 9, Image 9

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    TIIE MORNING OREGOXIAft. FRIDAY, JUXE 17, 1910.
9
HQGAN'S VILLAGERS.
" REAL-REVENGEFUL
Vernon Walks All Over Port
land and Wins Shutout, 6
Runs to Good.
BEAVER COULDN'T HIT HITT
'Speas Only Man' Able to Get Ixine
Scratch, Infield1 Single Which
Falls to Net Whitewash Saver.
Off Day for Mac's Boys.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. '
Yesterday's Results.
Vernon 6L Portland 0. . -'s
Sacramento 1. Oakland 0.
Los Angeles 2. San Francisco 1.
Standing; of the Clubs.
13 O m P m c
S o 5 S
:j 3 3 " 5 3
club. g g g g : S
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jL,iJu5.c . : 1
Portland .. I S 41 51 R 16 3 .568
Oakland ... 7 10 Dl B 8 4H .538
San Fran.. 7)10 I 8 lo 6 42 .si5;i
Vernon ... 7 7 51 12 1 40 .541
Los Angeles 41 5 ill Si 1) 3! .44!)
Sacramento 4 7 61 3 4 24 .333
. . . 21343434434S!222
LOS ANGELES. June 16. (Special.)
Happy Hogan's villagers got rare re
venge today, shutting out the Beavers,
6 to 0.
As Gregg was the star of yesterday's
Same, Hitt was the bright particular light
today. It was as if the teams had
changed names. The Vernonites could
not hit Gregg yesterday and Speas was
the only Beaver to get a hit today, and
that an infield scratch hit..
Hitt had one erratic spell in the sev
enth period, when he walked Ra-pps and
fisher in succession, but aside from that
ihe was Invincible.
Hitt Also Good Hitter.
He was also a feature at the bat, mak-'
lng three of Vernon's hits out of four
times up.
The Beavers pimply had an off day,
but It seemed to strike every member of
the team at the same time. The Vernon
ites, on the other hand, with Hitt in the
box. worked in championship form, a
srlad surprise to the fans, for Vernon has
been pretty vbbbly of 'Jate.
In the second inning Coy doubled and
reached third on Burrell's infield single.
Beaton hit Lindsay, filling the bases, then
Hogan flied out. but Hitt came to the
rescue with a single that scored Coy and
Burrell.
More Bases on Balls' Given.
Coy and Burrell also scored in the sixth
after getting first each on balls. . They
fwere advanced a base on Lindsay's sin
gle, and then Hogan squeezed Coy over,
while Burrell romped home- on another
by Hitt. In the eighth Coy was walked
again, took second on Burrell's out, and
scored onee more on Lindsay's same hit.
Then Hitt singled again, scoring Lindsay.
And the game was all over, so far as
tally-getting was concerned. The score:
VERNON. .
AB Tt H PO A E
Stovall. rf 5 0 1 1 0 0
N. Braihear, lb 4 2 14 0 0
Carlisle. If 3 0 1 3 0 0
R. Brashear. 2b 4 O 1 3 4 0
Coy. cf 2 :f 1 2 o O
Burrell, 3b 2 2 2 0 2 0
Lindsay, ss 3 3 2 1 5 0
Hogan, c 3 0 0 8 1 0
Hitt. p 4 0 3 0 2 O
Totals '. 30 6 13 27 14 O
Casey. 2b
Olson, s.
Rapps. lb. . . .
Fisher, c
Ryan. If
McCredle, rf .
Hetling. 3b..
Speas. cf . ...
Scaton, p. . . .
PORTLAND.
AB v
4
- 4
3
2
PO ' A
1 4
2 5
0
. 3
Totals . .
12
3
3
O
3
0
0
24
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Vernon 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 (1
Hits 2 3 1 1 2 2 0 2 13
Portland u 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 O
Hits 0 0 0 0 F1 0 0 0 1
SUMMARY.
Two-base hits Coy and Carlisle. Sacri
fice hits Hogan and Burrell. Stolen bases
Coy. Bases on balls Olt Hitt 4. off Seaton
4. Struck out By Hitt 2, by Seaton 2.
Double plays Ryan to Hotling; Lindsay to
R. Brashear to N. Brashear. . Hit by pitcher
Lindsay. Time of came 1 hour 4l min
utes. Umptres Van Haltren and Mctlreevy.
1IVELY GOES UP IX, AIR; LOSES
y
Lucky Seventh liming "Wins for
Sacramento by 1 to 0.
SACRAMB?TO, . Cal., June 16. It ws
Jn the lucky seventh that Lively, the Oak
land pitcher, went in the air this after
noon and the Senators' took another 1 to
0 victory.
Lively allowed one single and walked
three men, forcing a run. The Senators
held the Oaklands safe for the remaining
two Innings. Hunt pitched fine ball for
the Senators, while Lively was wild. The
score:
R-II-El R.H.E.
Oakland 0 4 laacramento.... 13 0
Batteries Lively and Pearce; Hunt and
Graham.
REPORT THAT POPULAR PITCHER WILL BE RETURNED TO PORT
LAND DENIED BY CLEVELAND CLUB.
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SPEC HARKXESS WHO IS MAKING GOOD RECORD IX AMERICAN LEAGUE,
. BUT IS HOMESICK.
CLEVELAND, Ohio. June 16. (Special.) Manager McGuire, of the Cleve
land American League Club, was asked today regarding a rumor on the Coast
to the effect that Speck Hafkness, formerly of Portland, had been offered
back to Manager McCredie conditional ly. Manager MeGuire positively de
nied that any deal for the disposal of Pitcher Harkness was under -consideration
at this time. Other members of the club were equally positive in their
statement that the Naps could not spare the Portland twirler at this critical
stage of the pennant race. Harkness has made good In major league com
pany. . Like all men brought from the Coast he is homesick to some degree,
but It has not affected his work.
wa brused and he was forced to re
tire. Score:
"R. H.E. K.H. E.
Cleveland.. 6 7 0New York. 9 7 2
Batteries Koestner and Easterly;
Quinn, Hughes and Sweeney.
' Detroit 1 ; Boston 3.
DETROIT. Mich., Jane 16. Boston
played a ragged game in the field to
day and the locals hit both Arellan.es
and Barberich hard, winning, 12 to S.
Home runs by Stanage and Arellanes,
coming with two men on bases, were
features. 1
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston ....3 9 OjDetroit ...12 15 3
- Batteries Arellanes, Barberich and
Carrigan, Kleinow; Klllian and Stan
Washington 6; Sfe Louis 2.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. June 16. Washington
defeated St. Louis today by a score of
6 to 2. The visitors outplayed the lo
cal team. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
St. Louis.. -2 9 4Wash'ton. . 6 8 0
Batteries Bailey, Gilllgan and Ste
phens; Reisling and Street..
Philadelphia 2; Chicago 1.
CHICAGO. June 16. Combs held Chi
cago to one hit today and Philadelphia
won, 2 to 1. Score: -. '
R. H.E.I R.H.E.
Chicago... 1 1 0 Philadel. . . 2 6 2
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Chicapo 3 Irt .0S2
New York 29 Ifl .604
Cincinnati 24 21 .533
Pittsburg 22 22 .5(lO
Brooklyn 22 211 .458
St. Louis ..22 2fl .458
Philadelphia .10 25 .432
Boston 18 31 .367
PHILLIES SHUT OUT BUCKEYES
Cincinnati RedsTry Two Pitchers
and Then Lose, 10 to 0.
PHILADELPHIA. June 16. Philadel
phia shut exit Cincinnati today, 10. to 0.
The home team hit Boobe and Doyle
nurd. -
Manager Dooin and Kabe of , Philadel
phia have each been suspended for three
days for arguing with Umpire Klem yes
terday. The score:
R.H,E.' R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0- 6 3 Philadelphia .10 10 0
Batteries Beebe, Doyle and McLean;
Wing and Moran. Umpires Klem and
Kane.
Los Angeles 2; San Francisco 1.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. June 16.
Kagle's pitching was more than the
Seals could solve today at Oakland and
Los Angeles took the third game of
the series, the score being 2 to 1.
Score:
R. H. E R. H. E.
San Fran...l 6 0Los Angeles. 2 7 0
Batteries Stewart, Henley and Ber
ry; .Nagle and Warring: , ,
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Philadelphia 31 is .674
New York 2!J 14 .674
Detroit 33 1( .635
Boston 24 22 .522
Cleveland 18 - 22 .450
Washington 22 2S .440
Chicago 17 .27 .3tt
St. Louis 10 3d .217
Itain Postpones Games.
At New York Plttsburg-New York,
postponed; rain.
At Brooklyn Chicago-Brooklyn, post
poned; rain.
At Boston BostonSt. Louis, postponed;
LAJOIE'S HIT KNOCKS OUT MAN
Line Drive Bruises Pitcher's Arm
and Cleveland Wins, 5 to S.
CLEVELAND, O., June 16. Cleve
land defeated New York, 5 to 3 to
day. Koestner made his first American
League appearance and kept the hits
scattered.
While Quinn was trying tftstop a
line -"ive off Lajoie's bat his left .arm
AMATEUR HOLDS VANCOUVER
. - -
Canadians Able to Get Only . Three
Hits, but They Win.
VANCOUVER, B.' C, June 16. Ford,
a Seattle- amateur pitcher, held Van
couver to three hits today, but his wlld
ness beat him. Seattle scored its only
run in the ninth, when, with two gone,
Bennett hit for three bases and Adams
singled. Jensen was effective through
out and received sensational support.
Score:
- R.H.E. R.H.E.
Seattle .1 4 2ji7ancouver ....3 3 0
Batteries Ford and Shea; Jensen' and
Sugden. . .
Tacoma Game Postponed.
At Spokane Tacoma-Spokane .game
postponed; rain. :
Australians Defeat Americans.
SYDNEY. N. S. W., June 16. The
New South Wales baseball team de
feated the American team today by a
score of 8 to 3. The American team
was made up of players from the all
American Rugby team, now touring
Australia.
TWO PITCHERS QUIT
Hall and Thompson Desert
From Seattle Club.
ONE SLAPPED BY- DUGDALE
Players Have Drawn Fat Salaries,
but Have Failed to Make Good.
Bunting Said to Have Dis
couraged Thompson.
SEATTLE, Wash., June 16. (Spe
cial.) Clyde Hall, a Seattle pitcher,
who deserted the club yesterday after
noon after having his salary check
cashed, was followed by Gus Thompson
late last night as the club was depart
ing for Vancouver. Thompson escaped
Dugdale's wrath, but Hall was less for
tunate and, his face was slapped hard:
Both of these pitchers have been
drawing fat salaries, but somehow
could not deliver the goods. Hall was
hit hard every time he tried to niteh.
while Thompson was disheartenedby
the bunting . game, which the rival
cjuos used to good advantage. On a
bunt Thompson would take deliberate
aim and throw away over the first
baseman's head. .
A few days ago Thompson said he
would quit playing ball if Dugdale had
not treated him so well. How Hall
succeeded in persuading Thompson to
quit at the last moment is something
or a mystery. It was rumored yester
day afternoon that Thompson Intended
to quit with Hall, but he said nothing
about It and showed up when th
team was about to leave. Hall had a
talk with him and then he decided to
desert.
A
MT. ANGEL DOWNS CHEMAWA
Nine Victories Out of Twelve Games,
Record, of College Team
MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE, June 16.
By defeating Chemawa for the second
time yesterday, on the home grounds.
Mount Angel College completed a bril
liant season of baseball, with the aver
age of .750, having won nine out of 12
games. The game lasted 11 Innings, and
the score was 3 to 2.
Studer, on the hill for the collegians,
was the star of the game. In the first
inning the Indians .went down before
him In one, two,- three order, and in
seven innings he Was hit but once. ,To
cap the climax he leaned on a three
bagger in the eleventh inning, and, with
Manlon, who was next up, working a
squeeze play, he trotted home, winning
his own game. The visitors did good
work in the fields being always "'there"
with the mitt and catching several long
drives, but they ware somewhat weak
with the stick.
Mount Angel College made two scores
In the first, securing three hits, of which
one was a two-bagger. Chemawa made
one run in the fifth, and crossed the
plate again in the eighth on an error.
The score:
R.H.E-! R.H.H.
IThemawa 2 2 2M. A. 'C 3 7 3
Batteries Teabo and Benjamin; Studer
and O'Rourke, Manion.
HARNESS MEET IS TOMORROW
Riverside Driving CInb Will Hold
Postponed Races.
If the preparations made by the River
side Driving Club are successful, the
postponed driving meet to be held at the
track of the Portland Fair and Livestock
Association tomorrow will be one of the
best harness meets ever held in Port
land. All of the members of the driving
club have entered into the spirit of the
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60c box Owl His;h
Grade Chocolates,
fresh made and just
packed. Special
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ON COLGATE GOODS
25c
Monad Violet Soap,
f.f:.r..3. 55c
Bath Soap, large
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Gly eerine, Holier
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Barber Bar'. . 5
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Shaving Stick 1 Q .
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ixtrrme
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$1.25
WOMEN'S
HANDBAGS
98c
hiil!iliisi.i3
51.50
WOMEN'S
HANDBAGS
$2.75
WOMEN'S
HANDBAGS
$1.9S
TRUNKS and SUITCASES
Possibly you are planning a trip In the near future and need a
trunk or suitcase. Our large assortment offers you the opportunity
to secure either at a. minimum price. We know we can save you
money on your luggage purchases. Look at our stock and see.
Be convinced before purchasing. Trunks at reduced prices. We be
lieve this to be the opportunity of the season to buy trunks, for it
Is not often that we are willing to sell trunks at these prices:
No. 4. I No. 33. 1 No. 459. I No. 800. 1 So. 47 I No. 47.
34 in.' I 34 in. 36 in. 34 in. 34 in. 38 in.
$6.89 $12.50 $9.00 $1 1.00! $8.49 1 $8.99
DRESS AND STEAMER TRUNKS
Prescription
Importance
Next to a competent physician, noth
ing Is more important than to know
that his prescriptions are filled
properly and with a guarantee that
the drugs used are fresh and care
fully compounded The Owl Drug
Company prides itself upon the pur
ity and reliability of its 'drugs. Its
corps of prescription clerks is espe
cially experienced and must be the
best there is before employment can
be expected by this company. We
know and you feel that prescription
work is wonderfully Important. We
are prepared for It in every way.
FREE DEMONSTRATION
Kerolene In
haler. The
newest and
cleanest and
neatest of in
halers. An
unusual rem
edy for ca
tarrh, hay
fever, colds,
sore throats.
etc. Relieves
headaches in
stantly.
Candy Department- Special
15c
20c
cocoa-
43c
10c
25c
20c
"Taylor Made Toasted
Marshmallows, special, box.
Cocoanut Frlcadelles, per
pound, special
Florida Strawberfles, made of
nut center; a delicious candy,
per basket
Crane de Menthe Candlea
for -.
Jelly Beans,
two pounds for
Wrapped Caramels,
per pound, special..........
STRAW HAT CLEANER
Don't throw away your 'soiled
straw hat At a cost of 2 cents
vou can make it look like new.
The Owl Straw Hat Cleaner will
acompllsh this. Does not injure
the straw, but does remove the
dirt. Box of 10 packages 20 C
BAKER POISON OAK
REMEDY '
An Immediate and effective re
lief for poison oak poisoning. Do
not fail to take a package with
you on your trip into the coun
try. Also beneficial for OC
burns, scalds, etc. Pkg mOC
FOUNTAIN PENS
We have a larjre assortment of the
famous Bexall Fountain Pens. Every
one guaranteed. $1.00 up to $2.50.
Best silver filigree and as good a
practical pen as can be purchased
any wnere ter iwice tne price. .
TOOTH BRUSHES
We give you the opportunity to
purchase a guaranteed tooth brush
for 2oc that cannot be duplicated
for less than twice the money. If
the bristles come out, bring it back
ana get another brush oj:- your
money.
RUBBER GOODS
A trained nnrse in charge of this de
partment. Absorbent Cotton, full 07
pound r. G
2-qt. Red Rubber Fountain Q7
Syrince 27C
2- qt. Combination Fountain
Syrlnnre
3- qt. Enamel Douche
Can .........
Ear and Ulcer Syrlnare
for
Best Rubber Sheetlnar,
yard wide
Barclay Douche Syringe
for . . . . ;
Rubber Gloves f f .
for &UC
Clinical Thermometers
for
$1.39
... 79c
...25c
...39c
$2.25
TP- I
OC
affair in a most enthusiastic manner,
nd so far have succeeded in arousing
enough Interest to warrant a large crowd
being expected at the track.
The" finest specimens of driving horses
In Portland have been entered in. these
races. '
J. J. Kadderly's Bessie Lovelace and
T. R. Howlitt's Dottie Dimple are ex
pected to show form, in - the trotting
event, the second race on the card.
The entries for tlie race are as follows:
Race No. 1. class A pace, mile beat, best
two in three D. C. Anderson, b. g.. Chico;
0 J Broin. b. m., Georgia Rose; Dr. True
Jones, r. m., Alexander Queen; C. V. Todd,
8. ;., Deputy
Race No. 2. class B trot I. T. Howitt. b.
:., Hunkey Dory; A. C. Lohmtre. c. sr.. Red
Skin: T. R. Howitt. b. m., Dottie Dimple:
McCrum & Hoy, b.. g.. Mobile; J. J. Kadder
ly, b. m., Bessie Lovelace.
Raoe No. 3, class C trot C. W. Flanders,
b. m., Cantatrice: A. O. Hall. b. m., Alice
Jones; Ed Allsworth. - b. g., Sar'go; Johnson
Porter, b. m.. Lady Guy.
Race No. 4. class D trot C. A. Akerson,
b. g.. Planter; L. W. Watts. 2-year-old Hal
lie B. ; McCrum & Hoy, b. m.. Mlstle; M. J.
Myers, b. m., Effle M. ; J. M. Relg, b. h..
Fireman. '
Fifth event T. W. Murphy's b. g. 'to beat
2:20 for a cup presented by the race com
mittee. Sixth event Half-mile match running
rac2. $100 & side, between C. Smith's Agnew
and C. W. Todd's Cregley.
MCIiTXOMAH MEX SELECTED
1
Ewing and Andrews Will Play Ten-
- nis at Spokane.'
J. F. Ewlng and F. M. Andrews have
been chosen to represent the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic Club in the seventh
annual tournament of the North Pacific
International Lawn Tennis Association,
which will be held on the courts of the
pokane Country Club, at Spokane, the
week of July 4.
These men, , with Ralph Gorrlll and
Brandt -Wickersham, who were chosen
to represent the Irvington Club, will be
the only Portlanders entered in this tour
nament. Irving Rohr and F." H. V. Andrews
played for the Irvington Club and Walter
A. Goss and Brandt Wickersham for the
Multnomah Club last year in the Inter
national tournament, which was held in
Seattle. At that tourney Wickersham
took second place in the men's singles
and Rohr reached the semi-finals. Wick
ersham and Goss In the men's doubles
also played in the finals, but lost out.
Vancouver to Erect Big Grandstand.
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 16. (Spe
cial.) So that thousands of persons can
see-the motorboat races to be held here
July 4, when the championship of the
Pacific Coast will be settled, a grand-
stand will be'built.
A Sad Mistake
la the idea that pure Havana
cigars must be heavy and strong.
The finest Havana tobacco is ex- .
qulsitely mild and sweet luxu
riously satisfying. Nor is this to be
found always in the Imported cigar.
But at half the "Imported' price
because we' save cigar-duty
you get none but the finest in
Van Dyck
"Quality " Cigars
3 - for - 25c and Upward
1L A. CUNST & CO. "Tb. HoaM al SUBis
Distributor!
PORTLAND'S MOST SCENIC ACREAGE
r tt
w
ALATIN PARK
and Ud
per Acre
t f nf-
luv iown
2 per Month
There Are Many
Reasons Why You
Should Invest in
WILLALATIN
PARK
, The trustees. of St. Helen's Hall have selected a
20-acre tract in Willalatin Park for a future home.
This fact in itself assures yon of a profitable in
vestment. .
. Then bear in mind Willalatin Park is on the West
Side a short distance from the center of the city,
near a car line with a 5c service. The soil is very
rich, with plenty of depth. An exceptional view is
to he had. Moderate building restrictions.
In Willalatin Park we are offering you the test
acreage on the market today at a most reasonable '
price. It will be no trouble to convince you that this
is a fad Give us an opportunity,
WILLALATIN INVESTMENT CO.
214-215 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING