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SCENES AT POLO GAME PLATED AT VANCOUVER BARRACKS,
A CONSERVATIVE CUSTODIAN
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LOSE TO ANGELS
CORNER FIFTH and STARK STREETS
Teams Break Even on Double-
Header, but Playing Is
MANY PITCHERS BLOW UP
. r 1 i i . 1 1
I'ortland Twirlera Make) Poor
Showing m The Appear 5 no.
ccsslvcly la I Vox Daring Doo
fcloHeadcr la VoaU).
rinnc coast ujusrc
rtld -, Lm Aagrtea 4-IS.
tUaadlag 9t tha C"ll.
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LOfl AXCELKS. Cal- April 1 (Special.)
It lf a sad and gloomy day for Mo
rrllt i bail club this day. HI pitcher
blew up on. atar another In a way that
must have mace the great heart of tha
Hearers' leader go plt-a-pat with sham
as ha watched the double-header prrg-t-
lsut tli a ihowtni made by tha
rnilon bunch must have eased his pa n
a little, it was not baseball tbr played
todar It was rlifg-pong. And tha teams
bmke even at It.
Tha first gams In tha mornlnc was
garnered by Portland, by a score of I
to 4. Bat the sad part for McCredle
rams with tha afternoon contest, when
tfteea blew tip and tha Angels gobbled
seven runs In tha second Inning, on
Archsrs pitching. It was heart-breaking
even to the Los Angeles fans.
Th weather was dawn, cloudy and
generally disagreeable, and the crowd
that turned out to sea the game was
anything but responsive, even to the
home-run knocked out by Tommy 8hee
aa ta th fourth, and hardly rose to
Its Regala when tha home aggregation
barred ta three tallies la the seventh
ef th first game,
Arlett I Yanked.
Arlett started th ball rolling la th
morning contest and managed to get
through th Bret Inning with some credit.
In the second. Ielroas bit a single
wavering- toward the canter field fence
and FtaolU. counted. It was aa eaay
one for the man In the bos. but Arlett
Jiggled It and M"rdle yanked him out
of the bos In double quick time and
poked la Henderson, th ex-outlaw.
Henderson did fairly well, until Akin
cocked on oft In center field for three
bags, wits on out. ard then be. too,
went to pl-s and the aforesaid several
large tallica xeat up on the score
board. Off came Henderson's head and
Eteen replaced him. Thoraen's pitching
saved the game for the lieavers Thor
swn's pitching and Eheehan's homer. The
winning tally, as the bos score shows,
came In the ninth oa a fielder's choice
and single. '
Why go Into the details of the horrible
second game? Are not Ita fatal tallies
recorded la the dismal bos sr-oref Is 10
(oka score for a baseball game?
l-tvo Angela Walk.
iMa started In th funeral by walk
ing three Angels In the second Inning.
Tbsn Akin singled and Fteen completed
the wake by walking two more five In
alt during the woeful session, and Mc
tredte t"k pity ea him .and sent out
Archer. It wae too late, for seven runs
were piled up before the bell. Arlett
finished the game, allowing but two hits.
"rtger. who pitched for Loe Angeles, was
lxr.fl freely, a (lord log some consola
tion for the McCredtee.
Too can't espect a team to settle
down to Its stride In so ahort a time."
was McCre2le"s comment this evening.
w g"t no chance to p.rr-tlr. until
after the season opened, and then we
beve to pay up for that lark. However.
1 am aot ail despondent. Watch tha boy
round Into er;ape."
The score la detail:
. a. J
v. If 4
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jiintr Ts. ......... a
h.iDovra rf. a 3
K:r. lb. ......... a a
inpauga, as...... 4
X-.rTay. e a
4-nJroa p. ........ 3 a
atee. p. ...... 1
t It 11
n ro a
a I a
Totals - a
soom HI irrNixoa.
L Angles JJIJi? i
iiita a x a x a 1 1 10
Mi's mad. f ArtMt 1. eff Thoreea a.
Iledrna a Mom. ro-(iMii. Turn
tee. hl'-a Akin. T-t. hit Hnderoo.
bhr. iH-kinraata. Regerm. Bacrtcce bits
htedi::. Murrav. lelmae. Metxcer. Stolen
lull I-i'-f. Dtilna. Orlndl Fcklap.U(b,
Jnnine. pitched By Arutt 1. by Thoreen a. by
jleaJenna 9 l-a. Kae oa balls int Ar-1-tt
1. g Headeraoa 1. on belr 1 oS
(. S. ru- Ml Pr Arlett i. by Hen
erva a by nelr a, br steeej 1. rmtMre
M.-virerj. Tune el game 4 hour as
mi a hit.
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I a s v
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10 4 1
a a a
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a a a
4 i a a
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P. H. RI I'KKR, WKPH E. WII.KT MinUl.r; COMIX FROM A "CRl'M
AT MIIFllil.U l-OW KR, LIKl'TG .tT HI CKEUt ASD M- MtRPUV
riUUTIU 'OK TUB BALL .KAR THE GOAL.
Totals ..' 41 B IS 34
SCORE BI INNINGS.
L. Abgelea IHIHI 1
lot. 8 g P O 0 1 I 0 b
ronl.ad 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 O
Ulta v i a . a . .
Hits mag off Pt-ea 4. on? Arrber 3. elf
Crir 14 Thr..ba hit Hrn. Kuhn.
TfMM hits Lkairy, Bh.-iiaa. Mlren. Mc
na- hit l'l. Ion. Kasee oa bails (t ia
a. off i rtg.r . struck out Hy t'ris'-r 3. by
Arl'tt t. br Kl.ta . U.b.. plays .pr .
Sh.hiB: ltBr to lfcvlm. to lullon.
Charg. diMt to Steen. I'jbmS balls Kuhn.
l'nuir-Mtu(MT. Tim. of gan 1 boar.
S.VV TOAJiCISCO TAKES TWO
Vernon tlub Soffera 6caU to Gar
nor Scratch Vlctorlca.
FAX FRANCISCO. April 1 elan Fran-
cls-o drew down two scratch victories
ever Vernon today, winning the morning
game at Oakland by a score of 1 to 0.
nd the aftnrnoon game in Baa iw
clsro by a score of to 4.
Miller pitched a fast game ror nan
Francisco In the moral rg session, fanning
nine of th visitors. Vernon used three
pitchers In the second game, 'but lost
after gathering Ave runs la tbe eighth,
for Ban Francisco hammered out four
tallies la the last Inning, giving the horn
team als runs. Score:
K. H. F. I R- n. E.
Verooa a xran..... t a
Ftatterloa Carson and Ilogaa; 4Uir
It. 1L E l R. H. &
Vernon . T IPan Fran s av
Paturlea Brecksnrldga. Btewart. Kv
lalgh and Browa; fiuier. uetuay ana
oaks wnr ix tenth isxisa
Sacramento Outplays Rival Team
Pnrtnr foet of Close- Contest.
SACRAMENTO. April t. Sacramento
played Oakland to a standstill tor nine
Innings nere toair, dui id in.
Oakland won out with two runs, scored
oa singles by poweer ana tuuniw,
with two errors contributed by Sacra
These two runs were ue oniy soores
of tha game. The ecore:
Oakland..-. 1 Sacramento. . Ill
battertea Kllroy and MlUe; Thomp-
aoa and Thomas.
Lcagne Practice Game.
At Denver Boston American league,
K-ond team. 4; Denver.. 1
At Lincoln. Neo. Lincoln, g; Detroit
American League team. 1.
At St. Louie Nationals xeague ciuo, ;
local Americana, a
St. Joseph. Mo. at- ram American as
xlatlon team.i; St. Joseph Western
League club. &
At Cincinnati mw torn amniaiia
regular team. Cincinnati Nationals. 1.
Chicago American Defeat Omaha.
OMAHA. Neb.. April 1. In an error-
l.ee game today Chicago Americana
No. 1 defeated Oman a Western League
J to 0.
M. I rOBBKTT, THO.U inoK!,
POLO GAME IS FUST
Oregon, Freebooters Defeat
Vancouver Barracks Trio.
HENRY L CORBETT STAR
C. 31. Xorlln Slightly Injured la
Contest Which Portland Team
Vlna by Score of 10 to 0.
Other Matche Planned.
. VANCOUVER BARRACKS. Wash-,
April 1. (Special.) Sweeping tha ball
through tha goal post 10 suecesnlv
times while their opponent failed to
perform that feat one, tha Oregon
Freebooters polo team of Portland de
feated the officers of the post here
this morning. The score was i goals
It was the first match polo game
ever played between teams from Port
land and th post. A series of game
between these teams has been arranged
and the matches will b played en th
local green. Polo Is a sport recsntly
adopted by the Portland horsemen.
Officer make this gam a potent fac
tor In thslr recreation.
Shewing; dexterity with their long
handled mallets and a great deal of
detlberateness and horsemanship, tha
Freebooter bad aa easy time winning;.
It was superior aim that won for th
Oregon team. Each of th member of
the winning trio made one or more
points for bis side. Home of the goals
scored wsre from long range and th
result of great accuracy. Henry L
Corbett was th star shot for his team,
scoring several goals from long dis
tances. Ills horsemanship was good
and his pony fleet of foot and strong.
The winning team was composed of
Henry L. Corbett. Chester O. Murphy
and Thomas Monks C H. Norlin be
gan the gam In Air. Monks' place, but
was Injured and retired. His horse
suddenly threw up Its head, striking
Mr. Norlin full on tha cheek, closing
his right eye. He was not seriously
Injured, although tha hurt was a pain
ful on. Th losing trio was composed
of Lieutenant S. W. Scofleld. Lieuten
ant W. H. Rucker, Joseph E. Wiley
and William Walters. The latter two
alternated, each playing two quarters.
Mr. Wiley and Mr. Walters are Port
land men who bav not had great pre
vious polo experience, but they never
theless playsd . a steady, acffresslve
There were many pretty scrums,
much mass play and a great deal of
maneuvering on the part of the riders.
But this was not the prettiest part of
the contest. To see th ponies all
dashing down th field at high speed
with their riders swinging their mal
lets and hitting the small white, wood
en ball while going so fast was a
thrilling sight. The ponies were fast
and although Inexperienced to open-air
I - w
polo gave their masters their best ef
forts. Mr. Corbett and Mr. Murphy
did the most point-scoring for the
Freebooters, while Lieutenant Rucker
and Lieutenant Scofleld played a bril
liant defense game, saving apparently
certain scores by well-aimed smashes
with their mallets.
Tha contest was played on the drill
grounds of th barracks, which la
thought to be the second best polo
grounds In the United States. Many
officers and women of the post, and
several motoring parties from Portland
saw the exciting contest. Luster and
amusement were added to the gam
when three of the ponies ran away
during a rest period. Mr. Corbett was
demounted, but was uninjured. Fol
lowing the contest the -Portland play
ers were entertained at the - Officers"
Club. The next game of the series will
probably be played In two weeks..
Lieutenant Arthur D. Budd acted as
reforee In the match. Colonel George
M. McGunnegle was timekeeper.
OARSJIEX TO IIAVE PRACTICE
Members of Portland Rowing Club
Prepare for Season.
A house-warming party and smoker
will be held at the Portland Rowing
Club tomorrow night, following which
nightly crew practice will be held by
the men In training under Captain
Allen. Yesterday morning the oarsmen
were out on the water and had grood
workouts. Several more new men
road their first attempt at crew racing
and prospects are gradually looming
Tomorrow night's smoker has been
called by tbe club to further Interest
In rowing and canoeing this year.
Speeches will be made by several of
the old-time members of the club and
musio and refreshments will also play
a part In th evening's programme.
DIUVIXO CICB WILL- MEET
Riverside Members to nave Annual
The annual meeting and banquet of
the Rlverid Driving Club will be to
night at House's Cafe. Matters of vital
Importance to the members of the club
will be up for discussion. Among things
to be decided will be the advisability of
holding a series of matinee harness race
One of the ambitions of the Riverside
Driving Club Is to have Incorporated . In
the City Park a mile or half-mile speed
way for harness horses only. Probably
this question will be discussed tonight,
Tha banquet will be early In tha evening.
ANGLERS' LOCK IS POOR
HIGH AMD S1XDDT STREAMS XO
CONDITION FOR SPORT.
Arm of Fishermen Who Leave City
for Haunts of Finn Tribe.
Report Fish Scarce.
Trout-flshlng ventures yesterday as a
gentral rule were a failure, if th re
ports of anglers msy be taken at face
value. Many anglers left Portland Sat
urday trtght or, yesterday morning bound
for their favorite haunts to take advan
tage of th opening of th trout-flshlng
season for 1911. But It was a tired, un
satisfied colony of sportsmen that ar
rived In Portland last night.
There were -exceptions, however. In yes
terday's tale of hard luck. Some of th
fishermen's creels were comfortably filled,
although probably none of the anglers
returned with a limit catch. High water,
muddy streams, a dearth of nub and an
abundance of other anglers ar some of
the reasons given for the poor fishing.
Probably the stream which was visited
by th largest number of Portland sports
men was the Upper Clackamas River and
Its tributaries. So commonly known
were the pool and riffles of these
streams that a large number of men
visited each place. It was In the Clacka
mas that but few fish were caught. From
the tributary streams, such as Deep
Creek, Eagle Creek and Clear Creek a
few ftah were taken, but the run was
small and tha Csh small. Some of the
men who ventured above Casadero to
the North and South forks of tbe Clacka
mas found the stream not so high and
muddy, more sport being the result.
From over in Washington County soma
fair-sized creels of fish were brought to
Portland l-'t night. Dairy Creek and
Tualatin River yielded finny creatures.
Returning sportsmen from the Lower Co
lumbia Jiivex and ocean districts reported
Pays Interest on Savings
and Time Deposits
Cor Socond aad Washington Sta,
a fair run of fish, salmon trout being
more common than the mountain or
brook speefes of trout. The reasons ad
vanced for the muddy and high condi
tions of the streams Is that the sun has
melted the snow in the foothills.
L1XX F1SHERMEX SEEK TROUT
Scores of Anglers Leave Albany to
, Try Their Luck.
ALBANT. Or.. April i. (Special.)
Scores of fishermen took advantage of
the opening of the trout season yester
day to seek streams in this part of the
state. Several were out early on the
opening, day of the season and many
more went today.
Though It Is a little early for good
fishing, some of those who went out
yesterday reported fairly good catches.
There has been a rush for anglers' li
censes here the past few days. Thirty
eight licenses were issued at the County
Clerk's office here yesterday and 101
have been written In the past four
days. The total number of anglers' li
censes Issued here thus far this year
Vancouver Anglers Hunt Streams.
VANCOUVER. Wash., April 2. (Spe
cial.) Had the census of Vancouver
been taken today It would have been
much less than It will be tomorrow, ow
ing to the great exodus of the popula
tion to nearby fishing streams. It is
estimated that more than 1000 people
left the city. Fish are said to be biting
BEAVERS GET PRAISE
DIXLOV THTNKS LOS AXGELES
CXUR RETTER, THOUGH.
Angel Manager Declares His Infield
Is Retter Than Portland's.
LOS ANGELES, April IWSpeclal.)-
Said Frank Dillon this morning, speaking
of things in general: "The Beavers look
very good this year, and If the other
teams are like Portland. I think there
will be a close race.
"I believe Los Angeles has a faster In
field than Portland, taken as a whole.
Akin Is as good or better than Sheehan.
While Metiger may. not be as fast as
Pecklnpaugh, he Is a better hitter. Del
mas s as good or better than Rodgers,
and has bad more experience, and It
would not be Just the proper thing for
me to compare Rapps and myself.
"Our catchsrs are better than Mc
Credle's, and whll our pitchers may not
be as good, we expsct to strengthen the
"McCredle's outfielders sre equal to any
In the league in speed and hitting. Mac
has not as strong a team as he had last
year, but he will win his share of the
"Of course, I naturally think Portland
has a better team than Los Angeles, for
I would be a peculiar manager If I did
not think so," said McCredle, when shown
"Dllon has got together a good team,
and while It Is showing fairly good form
now. It should do better later on, when
Bernard and Howard get into the game.
Both of these men made good long ago,
and all of the Coast League fans know
what they can do or what they have
done In tha past.
"I think tha Los Angeles team com
pares favorably with that of last year,
butelt has lost Nagle. Toxer and Halll
nan. I was pretty sweet on Halllnan,
for he always played big league ball
against us. The" Los Angeles pitching
staff Is weaker: the outfield is fast and
the batchers good. Dillon should be very
well satisfied with It, and If he gets morj
good pitchers he should be well up In
BOXER TO COOK OWX FOOD
Joe Rivers Training Hard for Bout
With Farnkle Conley.'
LOS ANGELES, Cal- April. . (Spe
cial ) Joa Rivers, the Mexican lad who
... . iv.iiia rvTilv at Vernon.
will Uiroi ..... . - , -
April IE, Inaugurated his training Sat
urday afternoon who ma uui
work In his specially equipped train
Ins; quarters at Venice.
Shadow boxing, skipping the rope,
punching the bag and other light gym
nasium stunts, followed with a couple
rounds of boxing, made up the first
day'a exercise and little Joe said he
never felt better starting off a siege
of hard work for a big contest.
th, first thine Joe said to
'Asltors was: "How do you like my
living quartersT 1 am going to aa my
own cooking and picked out this place
In preference to the others because of
the fresh air and agreeable surround
ings." Joe's boxing yesterday was very
light to begin with and he very seldom
tried to hit his opponent, Jesse Or-
Y1. m 1. Mfl fluent that he can beat
Conley, but says he is going to be more
careful tnan ever ceioro iu u mumuis.
Montana Wrestler Is Here.
George Stelff. champion wrestler of
Montana, arrived in Portland last night
from Butte. Stelff announces that he
Is ready to challenge anyone In town.
He weighs 165 pounds. In the year In
which he has been in Butte he has been
victor in no less than 14 matches. C
tt vausrhn is his manager and can be
communicated with, care . of general
Driving Club to Have Ba'nquet.
Th. Tiv.r.(rt. Drlvtncr Club will hold
its annual banquet tonight, at which
time many events of. Importance
to the members will be discussed. The
banquet will be served at House's
r-m Th. Rlv.rsida Driving Club
plans a series of harness meets for
Portland this summer ana is now
Merchants National Bank
Capital and Surplus $350,000.00
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
4. TNTFRE"5T PAID ON ll-MONTH CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
lStTEI OP CREDIT ISSUED AVAILABLE THE WORLD OVER.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
We' Invite Accounts of Individuals. Firms and Corporations. Assuring
Them of Courteous, Considerate Treatment and Every Accommodation
Consistent With Conservative Banking.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Josenh M. Healy, A.F.Smith. Wm.T.Mn1r,
I! C Mowreyr John S. Beall. J. F. Watson,
r! li Durhani Pres't M. L. Holbrook-, VIce-Pres't. Geo. W. Hoyt. Cashier.
B.C. Catching. Assistant Cashier.
First National Bank
Oldest National Bank West of the
Security Savings and Trust Company
Corbett Building, Fifth and Morrison Streets
Capital and Surplus $950,000
Invites Accounts of
Merchants, Individuals and Savings
working on a plan to provide the
Portland city parks with speedways,
similar to those of New York City and
other large cities.
jinnrojiAH.' jtjkiors "hike"
Professor Krohn Lad9 Youngsters
Over Hills Near Crest.
Through the wlldwoods near Council
Crest, scampering over logs and through
undergrowth, hunting the wild lily and
frolicking in the next to nature pasttlme
of a cross-country "hike," went 45 mem
bers of the Multnomah Amateur Athletic
Club Junior boys" and girls' classes Sat
urday afternoon In charge of Professor
Robert Krohn, physical director. It was
the first of a series of these cross-country
walks to be taken this Spring by the
Multnomah Club members. Professor
Krohn plans to have these pleasure par
ties every two weeks or month.
Assembling at the Portland Academy
gymnasium, the children were led by
Professor Krohn up the steep hills back
of Portland Academy, over the sedate
Portland Heights district to the MUs
beyond, where the bis; romp began, of
course, the children were tired when the
trip ended, but none was fatigued and
all aero- sent home with faces ruddy,
eyes bright and Hps smiling.
The "next-to-nature" recreation hike is
to be made part of the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic Club's athletic curri
culum If Professor Krohn's present
ideas are carried out. He believes In
open-air work and, having found that
the children like it. will have more of
these events. But the work will not
stop with the Junior classes, for the
Instructor Intends to Inaugurate cross
country walking exercises for the sen
iors and larger boys and girls as well.
These will be held for the Juniors dur
ing the Afternoons and for the seniors
Centralis- Track Busiest West.
CENTRA LI A. Wash., April 1. (Spe
cial ) The busiest strip of single rail
road track west of the Rocky Moun
tains is in Centralis, say prominent
railroad men who visited here recently.
For 1859 feet, on the main line where
all the trains from Portland to Seattle
pass, the track narrows to . two rails
as it passes the coal bunkers, and over
this slender track trains, swltch-en-
. Why take
chances in the
selection of a
is superior from
glnes and handcars form an endless
procession in both directions day and
All Modern Safety Devices (Wireless, etc.)
LONDON PAR. S HAMBURG
Bluecher April 12, 10 A. M.
ftPretorla April 15
tKale. Aug. Vis April 20, 10 A. V.
ICleveUnd April 2T
tRIti-Carlton a la Carte Restaurant.
Calls at Plymouth and Cherbourg. I Now.
f Hamburg direct. JSeoond cabin only.
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S. S. MOLTKJS April 23
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S Days' Stay There,
Celebration (July 1) Fall of the Baatile.'
Native fetes, mystic rites of walking over
red hot stones and all the rest of It. Splendid
orlveway of ninety miles around the island
unfolding tropical scenes of surpassing
beauty. A delightful trip for recreation and
pleasure. Steamer fare 1SS round trip,
nrst class, from San Francisco. S. S.
Mariposa, sailing June 29. BOOK NOW.
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LINE TO HONOLULU. S. S. SIERRA,
sailings April 8, April 29, May 20 and every
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New service to Los Angeles via San Fran
cisco every five days.
From Alnsworth Dock, Portland, 9 A. M.
SS. Bear, Apr. 3, Koee City 8. neaver 13.
From San Francisco, Northbound, 12 M.
89. Rose City Apr. 1, Beaver S, Bear 11.
From San Pedro. Northbound. 12 M.
SS. Beaver Apr. 4, Benr 9. Rose City 14.
H. G. 6mith. C. T. A., 142 Third St.
3. W. Ransom. Agent, Alnsworth Duck,
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San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San Pedro Direct.
North Paclflo S. S. Co.'s S. S. Roanoke
and 8. 8. Eldar sail every Wednesday alter
nately at 6 P. M. Ticket ofllce 132 Third
St., near Alder.
MARTIN J. HIGLET, Passenger Agent.
W. 11- SLUSSEK, Freight Agent,
Phones M. 1314, A 1314.
NEW YORK PORTLAND
REGULAR FREIGHT SERVICE.
Low Rates. Schedule Time.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO.
215 Railway Exchange Bldg.
Main 8378. A 3922.
COOS BAY LINE
STEAMER BREAKWATER sails from
Alaska dock, Portland. S P. M. every Tuss
day: Freight received at Alaska Dock until
6 P. M. dally. Passenger far nrst-claas.
$10; second-class, IT. Including meals and
berth. Tickets en sale at Alnsworth dock.
Phones Main 268. A 1234,