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TIIE MORXTXG .OREGOXTAX. . J?BIDAY.. JIPJRIL. ..7,,. 1911.-'
TWO POINT WINNERS OF LAST YEAR WILL COMPETE IN SATUR
DAY'S GAMES AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY.
FUNS SEE WO GAME
. DEFEATS BEAVERS
Columbia,, and Washington
High Squabble Over Umpire.
ONLY EIGHT MORE DAYS OF
Rodgers Looms High as Star
Hitter of Fast, Snappy
BOTH SIDES HAVE CLAIMS
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HOGAN IS OUT OF. GAME
(Ihra of Ixm Angrlrs r'ans Annoy
"Happy," but He Ha Sa I U fac
tion of Serin III Club Oct
Iont Cnd of Score.
FAClrlC COT 1XAGCE.
Vmoa 4. port!aal S.
J Baa FTanetac 1. ramant z.
u Aim a. onuEd s.
Maadlac W th flnba.
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IXM ANGELEA CaL. April . (Spe
cial.) Happr Iloiran. who stayed out
of the time today, put Castteton In
the box and the Vernona won handily
from the Bearer. 4 to I.
Rodgera. next to the bottom of the
batting; list, waa eaally the atar of the
Km me. evidently finding Castle ton'
curves much to hie- liking. He rnade
one of the Portland's two runs., and
out of four tlma ut, lined out a triple,
double and a slngte. Both Fullerton
and Caatleton were hit freely, and the
fielding was fast all the time.
Hogan was fsore" a( tha flboa of tha
Wal fans, who kept asking; him who
the Vernons were, and where ernon
waa. anyway, and demanded oC his
player that they get away wltb. this
name at any coot. Accordingly, they
went to the front In the first Inning.
Kullerton cava Carlisle a pass, and
Burrell dropped a single In short ren
ter. putting Carl'ale on second. Rosa
got away with a perfect sacrifice, put
ting Carlisle on third and Burrell on
second. Brashear almost tore off Fill
lerton'o right hand wtlb a line drive
that bounded Into left field, scoring
Carlisle and Burrell. Fast fielding
held Brashear at first. He waa out
stealing second. Kuhn tV Rodgera.
Patterson poled a high one to Ryan.
Rodger Gel Doable.
In the third Rodgers began his per
sonal exhibition with a double, going
tn third on Fullerton's out at first.
Chartbourne walked and stole aecond.
Ryan flew to Carlisle. Kodgera acorlng
after tha catch. Carlisle made a mag
nificent peg to the plate and Kodgera
managed to avoid tha ball by a sensa
tional slide. Chadbourn waa held at
Second. Krueger flew to Rosa.
Portland tied the score tn tha sixth
Chadbouni attempted to bunt and.
fnuled to J. Eheehan. who made a etar
catch. Ryan singled to center and took
aecond on a passed ball. Krueger went
out. Burrell to Tatterson. Burrell mak
ing a phenomenal stop. Ryan rambled
to third on the play. Ryan scored
and Sheehan went to second on a wild
pitch. Patterson mad a pretty stop of
Jiapps high, grounder and beat him to
Tha V.rnAil nlBTurt. ITannlT lfogan
and the local fins were worried at the
tied score. The playera were on edge,
and tha fans cheered when Trklnpaugh.
making reraarkabl stop of Braahesr'a
grass cutter, threw wild to first, pull
Ing Rapps off tha bag.
Brashear Is forced.
But raterson forced Brasher at sec
ond. Pecklnpaogh to Rodger, and
saved himself from being doubled up
by a long elide to first base. Patter
son waa ont stealing second. Kuha to
Itodgera. Coy walked. McDonald sin-
gled to left. Coy going to Second. Coy
and McDonald pulled off a double steal.
Coy going to third and McDonald to
second. Coy waa out trying to steal
bom. Fullerton to Kuhn. and tha
chanc to score waa gone. .
Kodgera. having singled In the fifth,
waa given a generous hand when he
cama to bat In the eeventh. and re
sponded by a pretty triple after two
men were out. But Fullerton fanned.
Tb Hoganltes clinched the game In
the eighth. Rosa fanned, but Brashear
singled to left. Patterson popped to
Fullerton. Coy doubled to tight, put
ting Brashear on third. McDonald sin
gled to left, sooting Brashear and Coy,
and took aecond on the throw In. Mo
Donald vm caught off second by Ful
lerton's clever throw.
The score In detail:
" .Many romt-wlnnera at last year's open Inaoor track and field meet at
Columbia University are coming this year to try their luck again. Two of
thee men are Martin Hawkins, captain of the University of Oregon team.
and Clyde Fhef. of the Portland Young Men's Christian Association. Haw.
kins was placed la the hurdles last.year, while Sheet won ne mgn jump in
bandy style, Bath have been doing well In ante-season games and are con
fident of winning again this Beacon.
Anothvr' fntvf rstty of Oregon athlete on Haywarfl s team tms bpnng is
HugKlna, who, while a Hood River High School lad. last year won the jnile
run from all competitors In the open event. Bergman, of the Oregon Agrl
cultural College, won the trophy for highest lndlv'dua jiolit winner In 1910
and will run unattached Saturday afternoon. Kay and Johns, of tha Univer
sity of Oregon, are coming. ,
There are ISO entries in for tha meet, aoout nair or wnicn are ror ine open
eventa and the other half for the academlo games. Among these entrle are
aome from academic schools both In Oregon and Washington. Vancouver
High School and Goldendale High School have each delegated men while Eu
gene High School. Salem High School and Oregon City High School will also
-make a showing In the athletic parade. Trafflo Manager Hunt, of the Port
land Railway. Light Power Company, made I the announcement yesterday
that special car servlc to University Park would be given on Saturday after
noon. The gamea are expected to prove the best ever held by Columbia Uni
versity. The meet will begin at 2:30.
honor for the season thus far, when
he fatined IT of the locals.
Suter weakened fn the eighth and
when Sacramento landed on hlra for a
double and a single at the beginning
of the ninth, be waa relieved by Miller,
who held tha Senators to a scoreless
Inning. The score:
R. ItE! R. H. E.
San Fran ..I 7 o, Sacramento .21
Batteries Suter. Miller and Schmidt;
Nours and Thomaa.
land 'announced today that arrange'
ments have been made for two baseball
games between Willamette University
and Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club
teams. The tlret will be played Irr Port
land April 23 and tha aecond In Salem
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SCORE BT INNINGS.
Venioa ! MMttl
Bih bits 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 S
Portland OS 10 10 02
&aaa hi is 1 0 10 111 1
Thraa-baaa hits Kodf-r. Two-baa bits
Ro4sra. Paf.rvon. Cor. Sacrifice hit
Boaa. Kyaa. Carllaia. Stolen baaea Car
llaia 1. Cor i. Mronnll 1. ChaUbourna SL
liaa en bails Off Fullerton 3. 'ailton
a. etrtactt out Hy Fullerton a. by v'astla.
tn S. WtM pttrhee raalltp 3. I'aaa.1
call J. ehaaaaa. Wmplre Klldebrand.
Time of game 2:10.
SlTrll STRIKES OCT IT MEX
He Weaken In Klghth and Miller
J-1nlbe bat Seals Win.
AXCELS WIN" IV EIGHTEENTH
Each Side. Vkc but One Pitcher In
Long Game at Oakland.
OAKLAND. April . The Oakland
baseball season opened today with an
12. Inning arama between Los Angeles
and th locals. In which only one pitch-
er was used by each aide. Los Angeles f
won. 2 to 2.
Oakland started auspiciously witn
two rtina In th first Ining. but maa
none thereafter. Los Angeles made one
run In the sixth, and another In th
seventh, tlelng th score. Succeeding
Innings were without result until. In
the eighteenth, with darkness shutting
down. Los Angelee scored Irom mira
on a single, and Pitcher Delhi atruck
out Oakland's first three men up. Score:
R H. E l R- E.
Loa Ang. 2 10 2 1 Oakland ..2
Batteries Delhi and Abbot; Knight
TRI-CITY I LAYERS TO PI.YE
Function May Result la Reorganix-
atlon of League.
Directors and playera of tho defunct
Trl-Clty League will attend a dinner to
be given tomorrow night at th Impe
rial Hotel grill by th officers of that
The event will oa in im n"" "
i.kniinn of th success of tha
iaac-ue last season, and will afford an
opportunity for th reunion of the par
ticipants in many a nara-iun. c.s
gl on th diamond. Incidentally th
-feed" may bring about th organiza
tion of a aetnl-rrofesslonal league, and
la also expected to promot good fel
lowship and friendly leeung ociweeu
old-time rivals on th diamond.
M. J. Helser. ex-presioem oi im
City League; L. J. Oarrlgua ana n. j.
Rupert hav cnarg oi me
ments. and they ar --wnwiie
among tha prospective rmiu ' "
many good tntngs in siure ir .
who attend. The affair will be Invi
tational and cards hav been out sev
VALLEY LEAGUE IS PROPOSED
Salem. Albanv. Dallas, ftiivenon.
Woodburn and Portland Teams.
sn.ru nr. Aorll . tspeciai.r
Steps ar being taken here toward th
. e tha Willamette Valley
League to replace th defunct Trl-clty
League. According to preseni piau.
Salem. Dallas. SUverton, woMoun, Al
bany and some team irom roruina
win be Included. A meeting of rep
resentatives from thes various towns
has been called for Saturday night In
Salem. " ....
Negotiations are under way py aian- i
ager Jerman. of th local organisation,
for grounds In th city and Manager
John Hunt. 'Of Woodburn. la securing
new grounds there and has already
signed up what he believe to be one
of the fastest organisations ever pulled
together In the valley, iin otner
towns are also whipping lively teams
Into shape for the season.
CLUB MXE MAS FT XI OUTLOOK
Multnomah Men to Play Schedule
of Eight Games.
Although taking hold of the squad
late In the aeaaon, Coa A. McKenna,
manager of the Multnomah Amateur
Athletlo Club baseball team, has ar
ranged a hard acbedula of games for
th "winged K tossera. Th schedule
Includes games with Williams North
western League team. University of
Oregon, Oregon Agricultural College
and Willamette University.
The season for baseball at Multno
mah will be a short on and will in
clude probably only eight games. Base
ball material at Multnomah looks bet
ter this Spring than for years and th
club expected to turn out a champion
Following la the club's schedule of
gamea: April 12 Williams' Tpurlsta.
April II University of Oregon. April
22 Oregon Agricultural College. April
2 Willamette University at Portland.
Th flrat week In May the team will
play Oregon and Oregon Agricultural
College on an up-valley trip. May 13
Willamette University at alem. May
20 First Infantry, of Vancouver Bar
racks, at Portland.
HUNT CLUB COURSE IS LAID
Open Paper Chase, to Bo Run From
Bertha Station Tomorrow.
Th members of the Portland Hunt
Club will hold a closed paper chase to
morrow afternoon for the Wiley cup.
The run Is scheduled to start from
Bertha Station at 2:30 o'clock, and the
finish will be near th new clubhouse
at Garden Home. Th hares for the oc
casion will be R. H. Jenkins and Sid
ney B. Loewenberg, and they believe
that they have laid a course second to
none In the history of th regular rides
of th club.
Th Portland Hunt Club also an
nounces that Miss May Kelly baa been
appointed publicity agent of the organi
sation, and. as she Is one of the most
enthusiastic members she can be ex
pected to look after this department
with credit to herself and to th club.
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YAKIMA BARS BOIIXG
Mayor Disgusted With Ross-Mul-
doon Fight Fiasco.
NORTH TAKIMA, Wash.. April (. As
a result of tbe Ross-Muldoon fight last
night. Mayor H.H. Schott today declared
no more prize .nghts In North Yak
ima during his term In office will be al
lowed. Th fight was a fare throughout.
Earl Refuses to Let Washington
Flar With Keith as Official, Al
though He Is Choice of
Directors of League.
Th simmering Portland Interschol-
astlc League trouble-pot boiled over
yesterday afternoon i t Recreation Park
and. as a consequence, there was no
baseball game between Columbia Uni
versity and Washington High School.
Also the largest Interscholastic base
ball crowd of the season went home
disgusted with the antics of tha teams.
'A squabble over the umpire question
waa the snag upon which the game
came to grief. ' Each side la Indignant
and hints of crookedness In athletics
have been made. Trouble ts In the air
and at the next meeting of the Port
land Interscholastic Athletic Assocla
tlon director the "fuss" will be aired.
With both teams In uniform' and
ready, for the game. Coach Earl, of
Washington High School, refused, to
permit his men to play If Buck Keith
were to umpire. Keith was formerly
an umpire in tha American Association
League and lias had much other ex
perience, having umpired Interscholas
tic games before. Washington, how
ever, brought its own umpire raul Ir
win and wanted to proceed with the
game with him officiating. Columbia
would not permit this.
. Keith Named by Directors.
t'mplre Keith had been chosen to
ump're the gone at a conference of In
taracholattic League delegates at the
conclusion of the Interscholastic cross
country run held laet Saturday at Col
umbia University. In accordance with
the power vested In him. by .James
Bach, iresltlcnt of tha Interscholastic
League, t'mplre Keith called the game
at S .10. No Washington man stood up
tj the plate and after three strikes had
been called Umpire Keith forfeited the
gan to Columbia University by the
score of to 0.
Coach Karl and Manager Fenster
macher then had the Washington men
take the field and duplicate the per
formance with Umpire Irwin call'n? the
strikes. Irwin declared the gamo for
feited to Washington High School by
the score of 9 to 0. And thereby bangs
Keith was Instructed by a league del
egate to call the .Tame, while Umpire
Irwin waa Instructed to call the game
by Fenstermacher, of the Washington
High School baseball team. Fenster
macher said that President Bach had
no authority to employ Umpire Keith,
while he himself Instructed Umpire Ir
win to officiate. Fenstermacher Is not
a director of the league.
The entire rumpus came about as a
result of the league directors trying
to save money on '.ho umpires. At the
start of the year tnn men were
chosen as umplrn. Those were Ken
neth Fenton, Ed Rnkln and Vaul Ir
win, chosen In tho order named. Mr.
Fenton would hava the Job under nc
condition, while Mr. Rankin asked for
f a game. The league umpires had
been previously getting i a game and
the teams desired to keep down ex
Bach Is Authorized to Act.
When. Umpire Rankin made his terms
known It was decided to get a new
umpire. Last Saturday at Columbia
University all the directors of the
league, excepting the Allen Prepara
tory School delegate, were present and
th umolra situation was gone over.
It appeara that President Bach was In
structed to interview the old league
umpires to get aa available man. R. J.
Smith, of Jefferson High School, sug
gested Keith. It was not put In ihc
form of a motion, but offered as a sug
gestion. . This met with the approval
of those present and when it was sug
gested that President Bach confer witn
tha other delegates after having inter
viewed them the formality was diS'
pensed with. Acting as h was Instruct
ed. President Bach hired tne umpire.
Coach Earl said yesterday that tne
reason he would. not permit his men
to' clay was that Principal Herdraan,
of Washington High School, would not
permit his team to play it j.eitn um
pired. Fenstermacher said that Bach
had no authority to hire the umpire.
Bach sas that he was Instructed to
hire Keith. ' At Saturday's meeting,
when Keith was aald to nave Deen
chosen, were Delegates Smith, of Jef
ferson: Parker, of Vancouver; Thaxter,
of Portland Academy; Veatch, of Wash
ington: McKlnley. or Lincoln, ana
Bach, of Columbia.
Trouble In the interscnoiastio
League has been brewing since the at
tempt to oust Columbia from the league
last Winter following the football con
troversy between Lincoln and Colum
bia. A meeting will probably be called
this week to settle this latest difficulty
In Interscholastic athletics.
hFRINK TO START ON SLAB
SACRAMENTO, April San Fran
cisco defeated Sacramento 2 tn 2 today,
and Harry Suter took th atrlke-out
Willamette to Play M. A. A. C.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY. Salem,
Or., April Special.) Coach Sweet-
Grilley- Sees Engene Gymnasts.
A. M. Orllley, physical director of the
Toung Men's Christian Association
left yesterday for Eugene, Or., to at
tend a gymnasium exhibition given by
the Eugene Y. M. C. A. Mr. Grllley
will stay , there two days to Investigate
th physical work being carried on by
th Eugene association and also to
look over th college gymnasium work.
Varsity's First Game April 8.
WIVERSITT OF IDAHO. Moscow,
Idaho. April (.(Special.) The first Inter
collegiate baseball game of the season
for the University of Idaho nine will be
played- Saturday. April &. The game will
be played on the hum grounds here, and
wUl be with th Washington Stat Col
Lincoln and Washington Nines
Clash Next Week.
Lincoln High School played two prac
tice games yesterday afternoon on
Multnomah Field. A three-inning game
with the North Pacific Dental college
team ended in a tie score of 2 to 2.
Following this the Hill Military Acad
emy team was played. Hill is prepar
ing for several games with Willamette
Valley teams and out-of-town games.
Dudley Clarke, captain of the Multno
mah Amateur Athletic Club team. Is
coaching the Hill Academy Bquad.
Lincoln High Bcnooi is getting reaay
for Its game with Washington ruga
School to be played next veanesnay on
Multnomah Field. The belief lies In
Lincoln's camp that tne wasningion
team Is loomed to defeat, notwith
standing victories lnthe games played
the past two years. Next Monday after
Lincoln team will be sent
against Nick Williams' Northwestern
League team at Recreation Park for a
practice game. Lincoln has three pitch
era who are now showing considerable
ACADEMY TO PLAY VANCOUVER
Portland Team to Journey Across
River for League Game. .
Portland Academy baseball men will go
to Vancouver this afternoon for their
game with the Vancouver High School.
Each team has played one game and lost
It. Vancouver being beaten by Columbia
University and Portland Academy euf-.
feting defeat from Washington High
Howell Jones; the Portland Academy
pitcher, has got his arm back Into pretty
fair condition and Coach Nadeau has
whipped the restsof the team into better
shape. Coach Parker, of Vancouver,
has been working hard with his men.
The game will be played at 3:30 o'clock
and many Portland . Academy students
plan to attend the game, some of them
going by automobile from Portland. .
OPPOSITE GRAND THEATER
The time fir our REMOVAL is drawing near. Enormous as selling has
been, there is still a great amount of goods to be sacrificed. Strenuous price
cutting must be resorted to in order to sell out in eight days, for we must
vacate the Litt store on the 15th of this month. Our Mr. Worrell has just
returned from the East and his imperative orders are to clear the desks at
once. These Removal Sale Prices cannot help but strike the key-note of your
wants Dresses, Suits, Coats, Skirts and Waists. Every one a new up-to-the-moment
style. Supply your Easter wants at these Removal Sale Prices. We
will move to 134 6th St. on April 15.' WATCH US GROW.
Waists of every kind, every description.
All new Spring styles. The world 's best
. . .98
Spring and Summer
Of every cloth, color and style. Mar
quisette, Lingerie and lightweight Wools,
Silks and Foulards are all included in
White Serges, blues, black and all the
Scotch mixtures and worsteds unques
tionably the best assorted stock that was
ever offered at cut prices.
78 Suits Values to $45.00. A very large
collection of styles and 95
94 Suits in various styles; all odds left
from this great sale ; val- C 1 A Q C
ues to $40.00: vour choice P A
$4.00 WAISTS .
$5 TO $7.50 WAISTS $3.98
Have moving orders and must go. Price
no object. Profits thrown to the winds.
VALUES $5.00 TO $7.50
Very large assortment of Silk Coats,
Pongees, Satins, Cloth of Gold, at moving-out
EXPERIENCED SALESPEOPLE WANTED
AT THE JLITT LOCATION
. Opposite Grand Theater
351 Washington Street
ROADSTERS IN TEST
Williams' Team to Play Aggies
at Corvallis Today.
Fifteen Players to Make Trip to
Valley Town Those' Xeft at
Home Will Hold tTsual
Practice In Afternoon. .
Nick Williams, manager of the Portland
Northwestern League baseball team,
and a portion of his "young army" of
Rradsters." will meet the Oregon Agri
cultural CoUege team on the campus of
that institution at Corvallis thle afternoon.
This will be the first game Manager
Williams and his team has played away
from Portland, and he facetiously an
nounces that he hopes to get his ball
tossers accustomed to playing on foreign
territory. ' aa . the Portland team Is
scheduled 16 out of 24 weeks of the sea
son on the road.
Manager Williams expects to try out
Pitcher Frink. the soldier phenom from
Ban Francisco, and if this likely-looking
twlrler shows what he has had in the
practices thus far in this afternoon's
game be will- undoubtedly cinch himself
job. All tne players nave remariteo. ai
Frink's showing, and the prophecy is out
that he will be the star pitcher .of tne
Northwestern League if he can uee his
stuff" in regular games.
Fifteen to Make Trip.
In addition to Manager Williams and
Pitcher Frink, the following players will
make the trip to Corvallis: pitchers.
Bheehy, Tonneson and Berger; catchers.
Harris and Welnnolt: lnnemers, uasey.
Mundorff, Waters and Mensor, and out
fielders, Speas, Miller, Thompson and.
Stovall. With this array of talent Wil
liams .expects thoroughly to try out the
"I have so many good players that I
am afraid to make any selections right
now," said Manager Williams yester
day, "for all of the boys are playing
gilt-edged ball and I cannot make room
for aU of them, which makes it a hard
matter to decide whom to keep and
whom to let go.
'I can only retain three outfielders
with this club, and I have six good ones
fighting for the Jobs, so you can see
what a task it ts going to be to make
the final seleotions. I expect to carry
at least six pitchers, and may possibly
have room for seven, and I now have 12
pitchers, all showing In great form." '
The surplus players not taken to Cor
vallis by Williams will work out this
morning and this afternoon at the
Vaughn-street grounds with Hugh Mc
Credle and George Ort directing the
workout. The players are all ambitious
to make the team and work with a vim
and vigor creditable to the energy of the
manager who seems to have instilled
confidence in all of them.
Perle Oasey is working with a vim that
means much-to Nick Williams' team.
The star second baseman is one of the
best balltossers who ever played on the
Coast. His batting and fielding for Wil
liams' team thus far has been most
pleasing to the manager as well as to
the host of followers of the popular ex
captain of the Champion Beavers of the
past eeason. With Casey in great form
the "Roadsters" will enjoy a great sea
son. He is a player who is out to win
all the time and is one of the quickest
men in a minor league to take advantage
of a weakness whenever an opposing club
shows signs of being unsteady.
CROSS-COCXTRY RU. DATE SET
Y. M. C. A. Event to Take Place on
April-2 2 Entries Open.
The annual Young Men's Christian
Association cross-country run over the
Macleay Park trail will be held April
22. Notice to that effect was issued
yesterday by the physical department
and the entry list is now open. To
the winner of the event a large sliver
trophy cup will be given, with adequate
prizes for second and third.
The distance to be run Is about five
miles, lying over the most picturesque
path In the city. Last season a great
many athletes ran over this course and
pronounced it a fine one. There is some
uphill work and downhill grades and
enough of both to make It right for the
runner. In addition to being the annual
Y. M. C. A. cross-country run, it will
nf as a trvout for the aspirants to
the Salem-to-Portland relay team. En- I
tries may be made with the physical
directors at the Y. M. C A.
SEATTLE AIIS UNIVERSITY
City Gives $1400 to AVashinglon for
. Boathouse Equipment.
tttctvrRSITY OF WASHINGTON. Se
attle. April 6. (Special.) In co-operating
.with Hiram C. Connibear, coach of the
University of Washington aquatics, me
Park Board of Seattle set asme nw wf
the purpose of purchasing equipment.
The money will be expended In building
single, double, and four-oared shells
They will be built In the varsity boat
house under the supervision of Coact
While college Is in session the boat!
will be used exclusively by the varsity.
In June, July and August the boathous
and boats will be open to the public.
Coach Connibear will coach crews foi
the single, double and four-oared shellt
and may send a crew to San Franclsct
ELIOT SCHOOL WI-VS GAME
MontavlIIa Defeats Stephens
Grammar League Content.
Eliot School defeated Albina Home
stead School in their Grammar School
baseball league yesterday afternoon on
the Park Block on Failing street. The
score was 13 to 5. Principal Hen
derson, of Ockley Green School, . um- '
plred the game- The players were:
Eliot Ogden. E. Burke, J. Burke, Shea,
McLoughlin, Bauer, Coleman, Mcintosh,
Rennick and Upton. Albina Homestead
Holstein, Heimstein, Henry, Trickle,
R. Yost, Albert. Fenner, J. Yost and
By the same score as the ' Eliot
Homestead game, 12 to 6, the Monta
villa School defeated the Stephens
School at MontavlIIa. There was soma -heavy
hitting done. - Shephens got
th.-ee two-baggers while MontavlIIa
got two two-base hits and a three-bagger.
The players were: MontavlIIa
Rounds, Winters, Bryson, Sarrier,
Bourg, Baxter, McFaron, Livingstone,
Byers and Kusick. Stephens R. John
ston. Phillips. Wirth. Bissell, C. John
ston. Freeman. Cook, Emerlck. Miller
See Saturday Oregonlan.
Town Lots at North Plains
Now Selling for $100.00 and Up
WILL PEOVE AN EXCELLENT INVESTMENT
Our town lots and acreage are on the United Railways, with frequent
car service. Round-trip excursions Sunday over scenic route across
hills with view of the great Cornelius Gap tunnel. Trains leave from
in front of our office. For literature, prices of land and terms address
RUTH TRUST COMPANY
235 Stark Street, Corner Second.