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OKEGOXIA. SATURDAY, JXTXE
OAKS AND UMPIRE
i DEFEAT PORTLAND
Finney's Dubious Decisions
: Aid Commuters in Gaining
: 8-to-2 Victory.
EIGHTH IS DISASTROUS
yillor Begin finding I"anmell and
iOffk-lal Poor Ejeslnht la No
llinpr to Them rVinih
I Gtrea Them P ernly More.
; Br w. J. rnit "N.
That tKhth innlna "Jim." fmplra
apnney poor eyea'ahl and Inability
f t.l BvttHi to bit P1trhr fernoll
is bard aa tha Oak hit Fanwell and
Fuller too ae the visitors an I -to-J
Ictorjr yesterday. lad'ea" day.
r Previous to tha disastrous elirhth.
fa visitors had been helples aealn.it
the oferinea of Harry Kanari-11. who
pitched eleaant ball, and r thoupB
the visitors tallied Ulrica on blm In
this ioisIii. It wii not all hi fault.
tcr Mr. Fluney butted In with a "rot
ten decision." and then followed thl
Bp with a decidedly worse one when
Portland had an excellent chanra to
tie up the wore In the home elub'a
half of the Inning. uh an umpire
rtke Finney on the Job. aooal baseball
la likely to be marred completely, and
veeteriiay the umpire waa entitled to
aJI the blame for the dtss-ust with
which the fane and fanette left the
RMtrn Score F1r-l.
Portland put a run acrne In the
rat Inning on Chadbourne's three
ba cater and Kruecer'a first ln-. and
thi run looked aa bis; aa a mountain
until Finney contributed a dubloua de
al. ton In the ela-hth. Had he called
the play correctly the final ecore rolsrht
bare been entirely different. Pernoll
waa the first man up and he eincled
rj center. Ifyl then bunted and Fin
Bey called him aafe at flret when the
mil waa out by a yard and a half. Coy
mashed a taro-baatlter to left, acorlna
rernoll and PfyL Cntshaw hit a
eider" choice aad Coy waa caught at
Wie plat, but Fanwell error let Cut
thaw In wuh the third run.
i. Then came Portland' half. Roderers
il ,ay. but Ilyan laced one as-alnat
Qie right f.-ld wall for alne-le. and
K.-uej.r followed ault to left for one
tea. Pernoll threw th ball awy.
and Ryan reached third and Kmes-er
rronu with Harry at bat and on out.
. Then came Finney second mantfeet
K unfair decision Pernoll ahot a
Ue. alow ball at Farry. who whirled
alear around In trylna to get out of
the way of the pitch, and the ball hit
him in the back. Finney refuaed to
allow him to take hi baae. which
frnuld har IUd th -sacks with on
ut. and riven Portland a rhanc to tl
Op th nam.
Harry ! Out ot Game.
"When Farrv rlahteoualy klrked. the
smpire chaaed him out of the a-am
mil th hle of tha bla crowd.
Finney waa roasted unmercifully, and
deservedly ao. for bla Judgment wa
fn-tue.tlonably bad on thla particular
lay. Kappa then hit to Cutahaw and
tyan acored. but th batter waa out
at rirat. Kyan then told th umpire
what rer body would like to hare
told him had they been close enoue-h.
and Finney .eliminated Ryan from th
In the ninth. McCVedle substituted
ertoo for Fanwell after the flrst
raan up hit aafely. and the relief
t wirier bad an excellent fence ball
work I nr. which with the aaalatanca of
rrrora by Kapps and Murray, allowed
fly more Oaklander to (core.
Seaton la alated to twirl for th
Hearers thla afternoon, and Wolrerton
aalll depend upon Knight or Ktlroy.
WaeMea-teai s ' acered rne of rana ead
won tb lt.
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Ik-OKB Bf INNiNCS.
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v.utriaa. war... '
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ba' a n.!l 1 Twci... hl-e
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l. .a tvt t; f f.rn-.ll s.Tlflr Mta
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lose h'-.-' -r '.a-t I". runs .i 'h irt
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i I nip:r I'lbs..
If aemly ' ' ' """ ""
'.vh !rnlr - jirt" thai timers ot tN
;v...n-.e.l park. fna -a:1 ae.tharkfaL
Par-t! prt-lied marh aeit-r
man ha T-l.r raorn-
' thouch trsat aaine .:. Ms
"!. am tha only is s.-orej fy the
In the B'st tnnin Tnm Murray mala
great r.-c of Huffman s f-l f: aaa.rrt
jh, srsaOad. eould not r-.o.r qul- k
.n .jib t. um rr-l eut at ec.ti
In tha It t lan'ra hn -ha'.vitrr.e
'tnr 4 t rlM er:.r. n'Hia lnl 'o
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tha ba.l. but "Cha4 ' ei4 n.i h.te
II. -t -'T ma t. a -eat Nnh nl cs!-l
'.I Jv,irae-a hard '! 'n 'h
t.,ynl ill 11 Iind.'ble1: r.S.d tf-e
. .. re of a-iair lr'.le. M r e.1 at ar
t.r ta ae 4oah..t at iio.L
fl.eS t.rIe- wr to IS enlT
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f4 riit.i i.ia san- as-". iV-uch es.r
tfsv 4 -rs4:e m'ahl aa wall has 'an
Mi l Rarra :e-1 a M p av I the
r,ill art. a h. t-te4 la at-rr.pt KulT.rte. a
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f. t.;.i" the urrire ahal he th.".iaht f
)1t( worirt.'s f fT.n Juocmeal. b'lt lly.U.
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- m . ... ' i t ..r h.rd'er.
t'onr ha. e.n ha r h tf--.r"es r'lM
a.--a. T.-rva a, t e s ri I -r,t!n
h Uaa pat up m the ta. a.r;-s aa
p..1 Tn- tr '' ' rirr.. .a
aa tnrha all f pla-e-s a-a tr -t
a t.. .a I ra ap. eb.r.aa h:a eaa --a
VMi that aiiih..t the a.;taa-. frtfi the
r ' ra
Tha afr.rao.- .e rrt:aj Poli.e ra
fartin."! I'aJ :ll atr.a.t th baah.ll
ama t ca.l af.r'ww ta tha r.s-a rn-
. a at fo ha be:'-tt..J ap--n rst M o-'a.
t nt aH.l ....p.r ' ba th. I.M
a' ir.. rwas M'nMtit a4 i-l plar ei'pr
s - ata ' s .l.r.ra t-. aairr.
. t..w- (..K(,y ' 1 f;- w. h.-e-
fleUr . tt.f-a'ed th. I.r:t l-a.n
ri a t)M. bl-ttn Basse ilra.rsi s'ow
ltrq.t bat atc-t hi-a bat h .a ea-wmat.a
nj M.a arraea. hie :a rew.a: f -r
v b.( cre aaa4e Uie We. uat!
sKl.-S POI ND .aFJ. riTCHKK-S
Flht ITnna Obtained by Blngreaj Off
roerhmaa and W ha-rerr.
SAX KRANl.-0. June - San Ftan
clao fouad the ia Angelea pitcher
eaay today and before tne fourth Inning
was pea:. Couchman retired In faeor
of Wheeler. In the ihree and fraction
Innince. tne Seal found Couchman far
a total of ' tit, nettlna; four rem
Wheeler waa found tor two rune In hi
part of the fourth, but ftr that tne
eaie falied to ecore. although they
picked up a hit tn the fifth and another
In the aeventh.
Ia An-la mad tbre of It run
la the fourth, the other two cotntnc
respectively In ih ilith and In th
eighth. Howard, the Io Ana-elee left
nelder. made the only home run of th
I .- t aa rranelero
Aa.H.Po.A.E. Ab-H IS.A.B.
Ak.n.n. . t a i : ia- if rf 4 l : l
atoore :b 1 a j ; I M A as.- I I 3 I
t) nar.t.rf 4 3 1 r r.aa.cf 4 3 2 3 I
ta' 2301 Tnsnt.lh. 43111
H a. -J If 3 3 1 oM rh:or.rf 3 11
bl aa.r sa. 333 o l hi.r.:b. 4313
m:ih.H. 4 I I Vltt.3... 1 J J 0
Ahhort r. 11 H-ry c... 1 1 J I
Chman.p 111 :lier.p . 3 1 3
fl-aO.e.. 3 113 U.lf.. J
Wh-lar.p. 313 S'mbJUC. . 1 J
Total- 333.u"! Total.. 13 13 37 1 1
SCORE Bf IXXINGfl.
Los Angatee 'JJ
Hits e I 1 1 3 1 T
Krdac. 1 ' 1-
Hits 1 3 ' 11
Kane Mm re. Harnard. PaJ.y. Howard 3.
o,aa .. w.Nrer. Melriilor. Mohler. Vltt.
ll-rry. Milter. t'eur runa aad hlta of
t'nuchman IB 3 t-3 Irnlnas. Home run
tloward. Twe-baes hlta Waarar. Melchior.
M hi.r. Shaaj. MrArd.a. ftolea bases
.-haer. Tenant 3. M-lrhlor. Vltt "aerifies
tilts Hisard. M.tisrr. Howell. Miller. First
base oa cal -I ba:.-IT W healer 3. off Mil
ler 3. tru-k aul By Miller . by V healer
1. Hit b pithed ba.l Abbott. fsased
bajls Ilarrr- Time of nam 1 hour
mlnut.a t'mplrs Hlld.brand.
SENATOKS TRIM HOGAN1TES
Lone lilt and Vrrnon'a Ixxieo Hold
ing Give Sacranicnlo Umm.
UOS ANGtLJ-:s. June i. Nlu hlta
off Hltfa delivery Including a home
run by Panale- and a three-bagger by
Van Buren tell the alorr of a one-lded
game todity In which the Senator were
eaay victor over th Veronltra. Th
home team fielded looeely. Score:
Ab.H.I'o.A.E. Shlnn 3h. 4 3 110
rarr if 5 I 1 0'irK-lte.3b 1 3 3 0
K.n. Jh. 4 1-4 l i.ll i.rf 1 4 O 0
r.fon.lb 4 wit " vi-an.ipio v v
ann'.B rf 33
M Ivmi l.lf 4 3 3
K'Ka't N 4
H :t p... 3
1 Uah'er.rf 1 3 0
o 1 i.ewis.ir. 4 1 1 a o
t 1 Thotcsa.e 4 O 4 1 O
3 Oianh LH 4 3 S 1 0
C o Ar.l.a . 3 0 12 0
Sh.an'a 1 0 0 0 l
Totals 011017 13 4, Totala 33 1 37
tinsp battel for lloaan la ninth. sfcee
baa battea f r Httt In ninth.
SCORE BT 1NSIXOS.
HI.. 1 13 0 133 110
Sarrameoto O I 3 3 0 0 0 1 1
HIT. 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 3 3
Rone Kane. McDonnell. ehnn. (YRoorke.
Van Hurra. Dassi t3. Lawta. Home run
Pani c. Thr.-baee hlta Van llurcn. MC
tKancll. Two-base hlta Hut. Lerchen. Sac.
rlnre hit Mahooey.' Arellana atolen baaca
thtnn. Iauaia. Thomaa. Ittrt no baila
Off Arlla::ea 3. off Hltt 1. sttrurk out By
Aral anee 3. by Hltt 3. Double playa
Lrrhen to CKotirke to rranai. Time of
game 1.33. f-rplrr V-ir.rr.
100 aIeiesIo meet
INTr KSCHOIAjSTIC COXTEST8 TO
TAKE PL.CE TODAY.
YVa.-hln.-lon lllfrh Is Kavorlu, liar.
Ing Won Oregon Championship.
Hard Struggle? Ei per ted.
With nearly 100 athlete competing,
the annual Portland InterecholaaUO
track and field meet will tak place
thla afternoon at th Country Club
track. Hoa City Park. Th meet will
bee In at 1 o'clock.
Wa.ahlne-ton tilgh School I the log
ical choice for winner of tha meet, in
view of the fact that It won the Ore
gon criamplonehip at both Eugene and
Corvallte In competition with tho in
terachoUatlc atara of the atate.
The relay race thla afternoon prom
isee to be the closest event of the day.
cunaluerable rivalry existing between
Columbia University, winner at tho Or.
evon Agricultural College meet and
Waehlngton High Sachool.
Vancouver High School seem strong
est In the weights, having won those
event In the up-valley meet. A great
race In th mil prornlee to ensue
when Wilson and Wlndnagle. of Wash
ington, and McKay, of Lincoln, run.
Another event In which a great
struggle Is expected Is In the hurdles,
where Ftneann. of Columbia; Mcl-aren.
of Waahlngton. and Blbee. of Jeffer
son, a-lll run.
Portland Academy. Colombia Uni
versity. Vancouver High School. Lin
coln High School. Jefferson High
School. Washington High School and
Allen Preparatory School have all en
tered teams In the m-rt. Prlge are of
fered for the winning teams. Special
car service on the Hose City Tark line
will be given.
Trlrgraphrra l'urm Tram.
The operators of the Western Union
Telearraph Company have organized a
baseball team, and are anxious to se
cure games for thla season. Any team
having open date will bo welcomed by
the telegraphers, and are requested to
call up Manager Malone. of the base
ball team, at Main .
Willamr-tie to Play Multnomah.
WIIJ.AMETTK UNIVERSITY. Salem.
Or. June 3. tSpeclal. Willamette
l alveraltv baaehall tenm will play the
M i:tnomah Amateur Atiiiettc Club nine
of Portland here tomorrow. Next week
tilamette will piav Chemnwa. Idaho
Indiana, and ll;e Oregon Agricultural
BASEBALL IN EPITOME
reaav Leacsea at a Claaee.
rarlfte f aavet. wrths.ealer.
. i. r-t w l. rvt.
Pwtland .. :i 11 'I"an . . . : 14 .. J
stn Iran. ..J'. t 5 '" fa.-.oa Z l
:. n.l ...J J ..V 1 tin -avf 1 .
.r: -a : t r.-rt anj ... i' z:
i.era p. r.t.. ; Jl a:-.t e 1 ZS 7
la-a A.-l'.a..-i .". .3." I Vi. lor a ....la 33 .35
w I. r-t.' . I- P' '-
. T -a .: it pet-.-it t: :.7
r.;.'. d.ipa. . I i i ' 'ip a . :i 1 .''
--i.s. I . ' i ' '
i-tt.---a . M . z:
t I . .a . leo. T -k.. .7 :f .
i-:vfi .i 1 '
It-eoalya .11 74 .' vVaahTgloa 1J 7. .3;.
listen ... 11 51 .:e-.- lu. ...13 34 -lal
Teaaeewal "a Bewalte,
rar'f'.c I'.ua la. cue Oakland . Port
:. Sacramerro t. Veraa 3. ?a Fraa-e:a-
L-a Ana-elee i
Xoi-fheea'ern 111 "Ta -mi . Port-r.-.I
1 Sj kaaa J. Vaeeourer 1. 5eiUl 4,
i. -or. a I
Iaeia rhila.l.lphia 1 '
laa 1. N-w Y ra a. St. Louia 1. Waahleg
..n la rw-troll 7. CM aco 11. ltoa:on m.
Xat.onal laa-. IMuaburf 7. I hlladel
rh;a I. Bal"n a. t'ln inaatl . rtrv.aiyn 3.
alb Lu.e 1; 3a Xk 7, Chicaae a.
Portland Ties Score in Seventh
but in Eighth Tacoma
MUMDORFF GETS HOME RUN
He and Harris Are Heavy Hittcra of
'Williams' Squad Fast Fielding
Aid Tigers tn Retaining
Lead In Ninth.
TACOMA. Wash.. June 2 (Special.)
Tacoma won In the eighth Inning- to
day after th two club had been fight
ing neck and neck. Portland tlelng th
score In tha seventh Inning when Mun
dorff knocked a bom run with Miller
on second base. Final score: to S.
In th eighth Inning, Bloomfieldv
who had replaced Lamlln. weakened.
Lynch was safe on Mundorffa error.
Burns singled but Fisher forced Lynch
at third. Gordon lifted to Casey and
Bassey walked filling the bases. With
two strikes and three balls on Coleman
Burns started to the plate. Bloomfield
left the box and toesed to Harris, but
tha runner waa safe.
Coleman walked again, filling the
bases. Rockenfleld hit a rap to Men
lor, who threw to Williams. It looked
from th stands as though a put-out
had been made, but Baurogarten called
the runner sale and two runs scored at
the plate. Morse ended the agony by
lifting a high fly to Stovall.
Tha Tlgera started out to capture the
game In th first Inning, getting two
runs. In the second Bloomfield w
put In. He proved to be fairly effec
tive until the eighth, though the Tlgera
scored one In the fifth.
Harris, who has been hitting second
only to Mundorff.- connected with a
double in the third inning. Bloom
field's single advanced him to third
and he scored when Mundorff lifted a
long fly to Lynch.
The other two runs made by tne
Tourists cam In th seventh. The
visitors made two bids for the game in
the closing Innings, but sensational
fielding by Fisher and a tightening up
by Gordon prevented tallies. 8core:
Tacoma- I Portland-
An n.ro a.r. : .
Passey.lf 3 1 O
Oole'n.3b 3 3 3
R.-k-d.3b 4 3 1
Moreeee. 4 3 3
K.n'dr.rf 4 0 1
0 Mund f Sb 4
0 0Caaejr.3b. 3
4 OstovMt.rf 4
1 O WIIm'a.lb 4
0 O Mensor.sa 3
lh.f 4 13 0 e?peaa.cf. S
lluma.c. 3 1 T 2 Mlller.lf. 3
Flan r ib 3 0 10 1 o Harrls.c. 4
Oordon.p 4 1 0 4 0-l.amllne.p 0
33 1017 13 O)
8 34 13
SCORE BT 1NXIKOS.
Tacoma 3 0 0 1 0 0 3
Portland 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 O 03
Runa Paeaey (. Rockenfleld, Lynch.
Burn. Fl.har. Mundorff. Miller. Harria.
tjlolea baaea Mundorff. Meneor. Mora. Ken.
nedy. Burne. Doubl. playa Burns to Cola
man; Burna to Fisher to Coleman. Two
baa, hits KockenAeld. Harris. Three-baa
hlta laloree. Home run Mundorff. tracrl
Ita hlta Coleman. Rorhenftelu. Mnndorff.
Meneor. Burns. Pitchers- records: Hlta off
Lamlln In 1 1-3 Innlnsa. 3. runs 3; hits off
Bloomfield In 3-3 Innings T. runs 3. B'ruck
out Hr Bloomfield 4. by Gordon T. Baeea
on balle Off Bloomflsld 6, off Gordon 4.
Time 3 hours. Umpire Baumgsrtaa.
SEATTLE . OCTH1TS VICTORIA
Zackert Is Effective In. Pinches and
Giants Win, to 4.
SEATTLE. Wash.. June t. Seattle
out hit Victoria and won today's game.
to 4. Zackert was hit frequently,
but was effective In the pinches.
Seattle I Victoria
At H TOs E. Ao.n.ri.a.E.
Iaahl.Tb & 0 3 3 o Davie. If. 4
tt.T Q ,4D . s
o Kellrr.ss 4
0 Gnod'n.ab 3
0 Hou r.rf. 8
n Million. rf 8
0 M'M'o.lb 4
01 Sples'n.c 4
0j Brown. p. 4
Totals H4 12 37lo"ol Totala. 34 T 84 10
ballad for Brown tn nbntb,
SCORE BT INNINGS.
Seattle 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1
Victoria 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
Puna Davidson t. Crulckshank 3, encash
Keller, tvoodman. Householder. Million.
Two-base hlta Crulckshank. Buea. Cocssh.
b'hes. Million. MacMurdo. Hime run Keller.
Stolen baaes Davidson 3. crulrkahatik
Weed and Million. Struck out My .nrkert
13, by Ilrown 4. Bases on balls Off Brown
8. off Kackert 1. Hit by pitcher alllllon,
Gtodman. Passed ball Phea. Double pl.vy
Kaymer to Keller to MacMurdo. Left on
h.w, Seattle 6. Victoria 4. Tlmt 1:43.
hav'nir 4 8 1
Crul k.rf 4 8 0
HuraSb. 4 l o
Weed, lb 3
Ita. d.ss 4
Zack up 4
0 8 0
i t I
3 8 1
0 0 0
0 8 0
0 0 0
RPOKAVE WIN'S PITCHERS' Pl'EL
Indiana Celebrate Raising of IB 10
Pennant by Beating Vancouver.
PPOKANE. Wash.. .June 3. Spokane
celebrated the raising of the 1910 pen
nant by defeating Vancouver. 6 to 1. Up
to the eighth It waa a pretty pitching
duel between Clark and Kraft, but later
th game was enlivened hy several hits.
O Xetzel.3b 4
1 Coone ,sa
0 71mr-n.lf 4
n'art"ht.3b 8 14
Klppert.cf .13 8
e ria.tv.c. . a
o Kraft. p.. a
Bra. r. In
Har fn if
S.-h r v.sa
I.ea l.c .
Clark. p. .
Totals 31 S34 30 j Totals IT 1314 1
r-atted for Clara In the ninth.
XCORE BT INNINGS.
Vancouver O010eO 0 1
apokane OOO0 1018
Hurt Pennett. Coon.'V. Frlak. dimmer
mart. Nordyae. Tao-base hit. Nordvae.
Z-mmeiman. Sacrifice hits Krt.k. C.rl
ariaiit. N"n!he. r'lolen baaea Krl.k. Nor
dke. trurli out By Kraft . I.y Clark 3.
it.s on balta Off Ktart 3. off t-lsrH .
Hit by pitched ball Henr.Ml. Klppert.
Iouhl piaj Neta-I to Nordyke. t--.fi on
l.a-.. Vani-i.utrr s. Spokane a Tim. 2
h"urs. t'inplres Kane and Longanecker.
NATIONAL l.KAfi t K.
anc In Pittsburg this season and was
R. H. E R. H. E.
Phlla 1 12 2; Pittsburg 7 15 0
Batteries Humphries. Koran. Chalm
ers and rootn: Ar!ams and Simon. Um
pire O'Dsy and Brennan.
Ronton 8. Cincinnati .
CINCINNATI. June 5. Boston had a
nailing raiiy in mat mut,. ,......
and Ave hits and a base on balls netted
tnem tour run. aim wc & ' .
v R. H. E.( R. H. E.
Boston.... 8 14 OiClnclnnati. 5(4
Batteries Mattero, PfefTer and Kari
den: Gaspar. McQuillan and Clark. Um
pires Klgler snd Flnneran.
Brooklyn S, St. Lonis 1.
ST. LOl'lH. June !. Brooklyn de
feated St. Louis In the opening game ot
the series. Both pitchers were effect
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Brooklyn.. 3 6 0,?t. Louis. . . 18 1
Batteries Barger and Bergen: Steele
and Bresnahan. Umpiresi Klem and
Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 1.
PHILADELPHIA. June 3. After
raising the world's chsmpionshlp pen
nant Utls afternoon, Philadelphia de
feated Cleveland In a game which waa
stopped at the end of the egihth on
account of Tain. Score:
K. II. K.) R. H. E.
Cleveland... 1 I l,Phlla 5 1
Batteries Caler and Lange; Plank
Washington 14, Detroit t.
WASHINGTON. June Detroit used
four pitchers against Washington today
In an unsuccessful effort to stop tile bat
ting. Washington's hlta totalled 33 bases.
R H. E.l R- H. E.
Washing.. 14 17 7Detrolt 7 2
Batteries Hughes and Alnsmith; Wil
lett. Works. Covington, Mitchell and
New York , St. Louis S.
NEW YORK. June 2. New York again
defeated St. Louis. Nelson was the only
effective pitcher against the visitors.
n r. H. E. R. H. E.
St. Louis. ...3 9 4New York 6 9 1
Batteries Hamilton, Nelson, Pelty
and Clarke; Brockett, Fisher and Blair.
Chicago 18, Boston 8.
BOSTON. June . Chicago hit the ball
hard and won easily today. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago ....13 17 0Boston 8 6 3
Batteries Lange. Olmstead and
Payne; Wood, Hall and Nunamaker.
POLO MATCH IS CLOSE
AMERICANS WIN, BCT GRIP ON
TROPHY IS SILAKEN.
Strength of English Cavalrymen Is
Surprise) and Keen Contest Has
NEW YORK, Juno . The American
grip on the International polo cham
pionship was given a lively shaking
Thursday by challenging English cav
alry officers, who In the first of the
matches for the trophy outplayed and
outhit the Meadowbrook four for
three-quarters of the match, only to
be outridden by the defenders until
tho scor finally stood 4V6 goals lor
America o 3 for England.
As the Americans were 5-to-l favor
ites, the strength of the English team
astonished the big crowd, and the
game was replete with thrills for the
greatest atendancc of expert polotets
ever seen In this country.
The second match will be played on
Monday, for neither team cared to re
new play on Saturday after today's
Xer York 7. Chicago .
'HlCA'rO. j!ine 2. New York came!
from behind today In the flrst game ot
the series and defeated Chicago. Cole ,
waa wild and Richie, who relieved him.
forced la a ran. Raymonds wlldness
waa responsible for Chicago's early
K. H. r. I R. H. E.
Chicago .. llNew York 7 S 0
Batteries Raymond. Ames and Wil
son: Cle. Richie and Kllng. I'mplres
Johnstone and Eaton.
Plll-burg 7. Philadelphia 1.
TWO RIVER PARADES CARDED
60 Owners of Craft Promise Motor
Boat Club to Take Part.
All owners of motorboats and other
craft on tho river, whether members
of the Portland Motorboat Club or not.
have been Invited by that organlra
tlon to participate In the two aquatic
parades to be held next Monday. Invi
tations have been sent to all motorboat
owners in the city. One parade will be
the official escort to Rex Oregonus In
the morning, and the other an Illum
inated parade at night.
The steamer Rose City of the San
Francisco - Portland Steamship Com
pany will lead the parade conducting
King Oregonus Into Portland. She will
be dressed in holiday attire, as will all
the motor craft following. The fire
boat George H. Williams will follow
the Rose City.
The entry list for boats entering the
two parades will close tonight at the
office of Secretary Copper. 824 Cham
ber of Commerce building. The fleet
of the Astoria Motorboat Club will
escort the King Into the Willamette
River from the sea and will have the
place of honor directly following the
King's barge the yacht Bayocean. Six
prizes are offered for the best dressed
boats In each parade.
The Rose Festival Association has
turned over tha management of the
river events for June 6 to the Portland
Slsty owners of motor boat craft In
Portland have pledged themselves to
enter the parades. Ten or twelve boats
re coming from Astoria and Van
couver. Wash., and Rainier are to send
a couple of boats.
TRACK MEET IS ARHANGED
Chentawa Indiana to t'onleft With
WILLAMETTE I'NIVERSITY. Salem.
Or.. June 2. tSpeeial.) Arrangements
have been completed between Manager
Ijarsen, of the Cliemawa Indian School
track team, and Manager Schrleber, of
Willamette University. whereby the
track teitme of the two schools will
meet on Willamette Field Tuesday. June
13. This will be the first meeting of
these teams for years. The Indians
will have a strong team, being especial
ly good In the dashes and distance runs.
A large number of the Indians have
been training for months, starting fn
the Winter to get Into condition for
their recent Marsthan run to Portland.
Thla meet, being held during the Wil
lametie commencement week, will be an
additional drawing card.
Willamette plan on entering a team
in the Marathon run to Portland next
season. There were two teams entered
thla year, the Indian tesm from Chem
iii and the Portland Y. M. C. A., the
white runners winning.
Lint-nlu Claea Play Ball.
Interclass competition at Lincoln
High School Thursday took the form
PITTSBCRO. June I. The t blladel- 1 of a baseball game. In Which the class
pbia team today mad Its first appear-1 of February "12 defeated th June
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Every resource of the manufacturer has been exhausted to enable us to offer this
cigar to the smoker
It costs the dealer more than ordinary cigars sold for the same price.
WHY NOT GET THE BEST
This ciirar Im generally pacKed
50 la a ctdar box. We also have
it packed especially tor vacation
time. 25 In a decorated tin box.
No danger of breaking or drying
Allen & Lewis, Distributors
11 class, 7 to 5. Bartle and Buckley
pitched for the "Febs" and Brown
and Boyer for the "Junes." .
Y. M. C. A. Relay Race Is Today.
The relay runners of the Crystal
Lake Athletic Club, of Mllwaukle and
a team from the Sellwood T. M. C. A.
will hold a race this afternoon from the
Milwaukie City Hall to Sellwood. The
distance will be three miles and each
team will comprise six runners, each
of whom will run a half mile. The
Sellwood runners will be M. Maples, H.
Vahn. R. Swaggart, V. Gerrlck. W.
Stein and J. Edwards. The latter is th
captain of the Crystal Lake team.
Brooklyn Arter Game.
The Brooklyn .Juniors desiro a game
for July 4. Address Walter Moery, 108
East Fourteenth street.
You Enjoy the Rose Festival
One Week in the Year
You Enjoy a Gas Range 52
Weeks in the Year
Now that the Rose Festival and Summer are here, it is time for you
to think of the gas range tor cooKing purpura.
There are many reasons why you should have a gas range installed
in your kitchen, and there is not a single reason why you should
The woman who cooks the dinner,in your home needs a new gas
She has struggled with long, hot hours and hard health-breaking
work long enough.
Get a range you can kindle with a match.
One that will give a cooking fire the minute it is lighted.
One that cooks the breakfast while you dress.
One that does away with kindling, and bums fuel that does not
have to be handled or stored.
The range she is entitled to is the new "Cabinet," built to our
specifications specifications written by experts who have tested
all good gas ranges of the past 20 years.
In these "Cabinet" ranges we have incorporated all the econom
ical features of all the ranges we have handled in the past.
"We have these "Cabinet" ranges built to our specifications in
different sizes and shapes to fit all requirements.
"We sell them on time delivered and installed for domestic use
Portland Gas & Coke Company