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McCredie "Again Forced to
Forego Flying of 1911
Pennant at Park.
CEREMONY TO BE TODAY
Beavers to Play Double-Header VOtta
Vernon Sunday Maxmeyer Back
in Portland Steiger Is Sent
to Tacoma Pitching Staff.
. Fartfle rout lew Standing.
W I Pe 1 W. I.. Pe.
Vernon.... 69 .002 Portland. . . 0 .!
Oakland.. 4 .571 ian Fran.. 40 57 .412
1M An... 53 4 .MS.Sacram'nto S8 M .404
At Portland No same; Vernon failed to
"xl'san FraneUoo Oakland J. San Fran-
Cl"t jtm Angelea 1m Angeles 8. Sacra
BI ROSCOE FAWCETT.
Portland's pennant day refuses to
materialize. Bain put a crimp In the
plana away back In May. and thoae who
. . v. - Hall nrrhard veeter-
day to see the 1911 bunting floated In
the Tigers' faces found the "no game
sign hung out.
A late train caused this second upset
In the scheduler
President McCredie will make another
effort to flaunt the elusive streamer
today at 3 o'clock and also announces
a double-header for Sunday afternoon.
The Vernons make their third and final
visit August Z7 and. while two post
poned games are on Uvo unfinished list,
one will be left for the next visit.
Happy Hogan and his Vernonltes are
due early this morning on the long
delayed Shasta Limited.
Hogan will probably start etewart.
Raleigh or Gray against the Beavers,
with McCredie using "Speck" Harkness
or Barry Sutor In the pennant-day
In lieu of the accustomed perform
ance at Recreation Park the Portland
plavers visited baseball headquarters
down town and tapped the exchequer.
Yesterday was the regular fortnightly
payday. This makes the second payday
this trip home, as the boys were not
banded checks while on the road. The
Beavers will be here two more series.
..so the larder should be well stocked
when McCredie calls the roll for the
inext Junket Calif orniawards.
"I couldn't pitch in that climate."
;' With this plaint bursting from his
-sun-burnt lips. Richard Maxmeyer. for
'rner Beaver, Colt and Vancouver south--paw-clown,
dropped back Into his for
:mer haunts yesterday after a month at
-La Grande, where he twirled for the
Western Trl-State bunch, led by Jack
. "Awful bush league. Awful ball,
'exclaimed the possessor of the largest
-hoofs In captivity. "Catchers can't bold
, pitcher up and the players boot the
g.ime away. My record was two wins
and three losses. Climate, too, was
"fierce. No more Class ZZ for roe. I'm
-going to sign either with the New York
Giants, and get a cut on the worlds
; series money, or with Tacoma."
Maxmeyer brings an account of a
thrilling personal encounter between
-Hap" Smith and Stanfield, Nick Wll
." Hams' cast-offs.
"I'll bean that big dub next time.
Stanfield is reported to have muttered,
when Smith leaned against one of his
Sure enough when La Grande went
to bat Stanfield bounced one off Smith's
- anatomy. The latter roared like a mad
; bull, dropped his bat, and bristled out
"after the Pendleton fllnger. When the
smoke cleared from the free-for-all
: brawl which ensued. Smith found him
self suspended for the season.
: Here's a "come back" that will be a
J real come back If the would-be comer
J gets away with It.
! Enon Callff, right hand fllnger who
dre-v pay from the Portland Coasters
J on the championship club of 1906, ap
1 peared before President Jones, of the
; Northwestern league; President McCre-
die of the Portland club, and other
baseball dignitaries yesterday, asking
i for the raising of the suspension ban
placed on him In 1909 when with Ab
' Callff has been nursing his wing for
' the past three seasons and believes he
J can swing back Into Class AA next
season. He Is living at Cazadero. His
; suspension resulted from alleged "sol-
' "Lefty" Steiger, personally one of the
i most popular slabsters that ever graced
a Portland uniform, was yesterday
given a release to the Tacoma North-
western team. Heinle Isn't deeply lm
1 pressed with the switch and will try
J to persuade some other club to pur
' chase his release.
I Walt McCredle's trading average thns
trails down to nil. He gave Gilllgan to
' . n M h and TftmmV
i Murray to St. Paul for Steiger. Mahoney
Is wltn tne roruina v.ui m inu jiww
! Steiger goes to slower company.
J 'baseball Chester Chadbourne had never
beiore aaornea ine suosiuuie dcucu uh-
til last week when Butcher appeared In
1 , S. 11 4
I "Easy work, this lounging about on
4 the bench." laugnea me gooa-naiurea
j ' fly chaser. "I have taken on seven
I ' pounds in the series."
AXGELS PLAY ERRORLESS BALL
' Arellanea Wilts Cnder Heat and Sen
' atom Put In New Hurler.
LOS ANGELES, July IS. Los Angeles
played an errorless game and won from
Sacramento, I to 2. Arellanea, Sacra
mento's pitcher, was not knocked out
of the box, but was overcome by the
heat at the end of the fifth Inning.
L. Angeles 8 II Opaeramento 17 1
Batteries Tozer and Smith; Arel
lanes, Baum and Cheek.
PACE TOO FAST FOR BAKER
Seal Twlrler Weakens In Pitching
Battle With Abies of Oaks.
SAN FRANCISCO. July The
pitching of Abies and Baker was the
feature of today's Coast League game
until the ninth Inning, when Baker
weakened and let Oakland finish tn a
two-to-one score over San Francisco.
Besides the championship form of the
left-handed pitcher, Mundorff, right
fielder for the local team, distinguished
himself. It was a fast game. The
Oakland... I I irFrlsco 14 1
Batteries Abies and Robrer; Baker
Cathlamet Beats Clatskanle.
CATHLAMET, Wash.. July 1. (Spe
cial.) The Cathlamet ball team won
from Clatskanle again on the home
.- . , M.w. .on... wa to 1. A laro-e
crowd of rooters accompanied the
TWO OP CAIJrOEKlA'S BEST. OFFERINGS APPEAR IN FIRST DAY'S
PLAT OF STATE TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
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SEATTLE MAN SHOWS
Richardson Surprises All in
McCormick Match. .
FEATURE EVENT ON TODAY
Fottrell and Johnson 1011 Bo Pitted
Against Each Other at 4 o'clock
and Great Contest Will .
BY RALPH H. MITtHELL.
with one excention .yesterday the
Callfornlans were again the bright and
shining lights In the Oregon state ten
nis tournament, now in progress on m
Multnomah Club courts, but the way
Seattle came to the front In the per
son of the Rev. L. R. Richardson was
wonderful to witness and relate.
That McCormick, the Long Beach,
CaU high school champion, was to meet
Seattle's only representative In the
nnunt tournament brought out a good
crowd and it was not disappointed, for
better tennis could hardly De imagined
than that which might have been
shown by older and more expenencea
men. . , .
Thoua-h It was predicted mat nicn-
ardson would give the Southerner a
rub It was hardly expected that he
would defeat the visiting opponent so
decisively, that Is by the score of 6-2,
McCkrmlck Is Youngest.
Thima McCormick is the youngest
of the visiting trio and though he Is
showing considerable 'class all his own.
he is not of the caliber yet of Fottrell
and Johnson and It was hardly expect
ed that he would shine as they have and
will the rest of the week.
William Johnson, another oi tne L-ai-Ifnmia
bovs. who will be pitted against
his doubles partner, Fottrell. today at
4 o'clock. - defeated Sam Arcner yes
t.rrlnv with aDDarent ease, by the
scores 6-2. 6-4. Johnson has hardly yet
the grip that Fottrell has. his style Is
different and bis reach and height mil
itate asainst his periormance wnen
compared with his doubles partner.
When these two p layers are seen m
action aaralnst each other this after
noon undoubtedly one of the greatest
tennis matches ever seen here among
the vouneer set of tennis cracks win
be in order and it goes without saying
that a large gallery win De in attena
ance to witness it.
Play oa Par Wltk Beat.
The fact alone that these two young
sters clayed Bunday and McLoughlin,
Pacific Coast champions, five hard sets
recently in Los Angeles for the honor
of representing the West at the try
outs in Chicago soon and that they
won two of the five played is evldenco
that they are to be classed among the
best the southern state has to offer
end that they will put up a hard game
Since Charles Foley, also of San
Francisco, who is present Oregon title
bolder, will not be here to defend, it
Is up to Johnson and Fottrell to make
the fight for the honor, even though
on or the other but reach the finals.
for this year it Is the winner in the
final round who will be champion of
Fottrell did not play a man's singles
tnumment match yesterday. But won
from E. H. Smith by default. Paired
with his mixed doubles teammate.
Misa Yalleau. also of San Francisco,
however, he won from Miss Campbell
and Ewing. 6-, -.
Mrs. O. Kirkham Smith will have
.him of the refreshments today and
F. E. HaiTigan will be In charge of
TinwrtiT'i results follow:
Men' mle Wlckersham beat OUtwirt.
.r ft. 4: Johnson beat Archer. 4-J, 6-4: Van
Loan beat Ooss. default; Fottrell beat S. H.
Smith, derauu; twini wi kcajqih,
wnri.tr beat Knudao" 4-4. 4-0: Rich
ardson beat McCormick. 4-2, 4-3; Shlvea
bat Roaanfeld. default: Wakeman beat
Kelly. 4.0. 4-0; Kats beat Dunne, 10-s, 2-4,
4-0: Blidersack beat Humphrey. 4-4. 4-3,
' wirat doubles Mr. Northrun and Stew.
art beat Mr. Judgs and V, akeman, 1-4.
6-1. 4-: Miss Vallean and Fottrell beat
uim Camnhell and Ewtna. 6-S. 4-4.
Man's double Johnaon and Fottrell beat
saw ltJt: ;eassssssBssssi
. a tt.ii.maV S1 . J Shlves
and Elton bea MoAlpln and Harrigan. 10-1,
'-Woman's lnrle Mrs. Xorthrup beat Mr.
Judxe. 4-J, 6-2: Miss Vallean beat Mi"
rio 4-4. 4-J: Mis Bean boat miss uk
10 A. a. numpurc J ';"" "
uon.): Jtogar yju 5 '- .
11 . Jfl . SMliaa v a 1 i uu" os-u - -
... x j. j cm.... Vf lost RsBii and
Byron and Wlckersham ya. Mrs. Xorthrup
arid Stewart: Miss Campbell va Misi .Pair-
Bean v. Mls Byron; Wilder vs. Van Loan.
Knudson v. Stewart (consolation); Arcner
v. Mccormicn (coii..""..-.
dlnr and Ml Vallean vs. Mis Roper ana
Mls5 Sinclair: Miss Campbell and Mrs. Judge
V P 'M.-Fottrell v. Johnn;'Ro.enfoId
and Van Loan vs. Kats and Ames.
P. M. Bilderback va Katz: Dunne va
Frohman (consolations); Ladd va MeAlpin
(....niuiiiiii: Ewlns and Brewster va
MATINEES TO BE BI-WEEKLY
Riverside . Driving Clnb Decides to
Continue Holding Events.
Q ..... nf the success of the mat
inees this season, the Riverside Driv
, ri,.K will fnnMnus to hold them all
Summer at Intervals of two eks.
Much of the success is aue .j
. .,. hsnHiama nrlzes which
have been offered regularly.
A meeting is to do nem ""T.
The date for the next meet and the
purses and events wiu uwu
Monte) Attell to Fight Glbbs.
ABivive Tniv is. Monte At-
tell, of San Francisco, and Willie Gibbs,
of Philadelphia, nave u.
a lu-rouna oout ni
6TAjaIIJ OF 'THE LEAGUES.
W. L. Pel
67 26 .681 Cleveland..
51 S3 . 60", Detroit. . ..
47 85 .573!St. Louis...
44 3S .560!New York.
68 20 .744:Phlladel...
48 23 .6.12, St. Louis..
40 81 .507 Brooklyn. .
41 40 .fiOT.Boston
61 8S .49!Mllwaukee.
68 84 .630 St. Paul...
65 87 .598,Indlanap.. .
4 46 .606;Loulville. .
Bl 28 .82;Ogden
64 29 .OBllButt
40 40 .dOOjHelena .
W. L. PC.
Boston. . . .
Ttr . 1 n ar n
so 4.1 .482
24 69 .300
22 65 .288
Chlcaco. . .
Chicago. . .
85 38 .478
34 4 .41U
30 40 .380
22 69 .272
42 B3 .442
41 54 .423
35 67 .SSO
Toieao. . . .
S5 49 .417
35 49 .417
30 52 .368
SB.-M.tMrn Tei III!
rtmaha. . . 48 88 .568rWlchlts 43 45 .4S
It Jeleph. 47 38 .533 Des Molne 41 44 .482
City; Jo 40 .529 Lincoln 39 48 -44S
Denver.. . it 42 .523'iTopeka. . . . 8 63 .395
. American A.el.tlonKan .City
Columbu. 4, St. Paul: J. A
hSt insjff H"K Butt. iK" Salt
Western Leasne Omaha 3, Wichita 1:
Uncoln 4-S, Dea Molne 2-1: St Jossph 8.
tvilv. . Rlnu Cltr 9. Denver 8.
A a. n.
.299 Speaa ....
.279 Eastley. - .
.19J Moore. ...
Rappa . . .
KRAFFS PET CURVES
Williams' Men, Again Playing
at Top Form, Defeat
Spokane, 7 to 4.
HITS ARE WELL CLUSTERED
Kibble's Three-Bagger, McDowell';
Homer and Terrific Batting of
Manager Jflck Count in Run
Getting for Portland. ,
Northwestern Leaa-ue Standing.
nr T p.. l W. L. Pc
Vancouver. 52 40 .585'Portland.. . 42 47 .4.2
Spokane., uu a: .j ncions. . . v 'ZJ.
Seattle.... 51 40 . 560, Tacoma. .. . 36 oe .om
it Rnnt.n,i Pnrlla nri 7. RDOVlDC 4.
At Victoria, Tacoma 7, Victoria 2 (11
At vancotrrer Vancouver o-o,
SPOKANE. Wash., July 18. (Spe-
clal.1 When the bombardment of
Vnft'a a -nil nVmotn cleared away
today the rejuvenated Portland team
had enough runs on the official record
to sro ud another notcn in me per
centage column. They found the Mis-
OUUI . uu L,l 1. ., ' J J
4 enntfenonr rlH 11 nils V SRST in me
early innings ana men resica uii iimn
posed of Spokane's two best pitchers
. . . . , . , j , .
ana propose to ucsia du , 0.1.
morrow and give him his needings.
Colts Bunch Hits. ,
Kibble showed why he was chosen as
lead-off man for the Portlanders by
starting the game with a rousing triple.
Fries flew out to Powell, but the out
fielders were kept busy the next min
utes chasing hard-hit singles until two
runs had come over. Portland ceased
hostilities In the second inning, Din
an error by Carty started trouble in
tha third, allowing Crulksnana a me.
He scored on Williams' second hit, and
Williams scored a second later when
McDowell found one to his liking and
converted a home run.
The Colts broke loose again in tne
sixth and scored two more on a bobble
nnrl twn hits.
Tiltmmfiflrl was a bit wild, out naa
th Indians at his mercy in the pmcnes.
Several times Spokane got men on with
one out. but sensational support by
the Portland infield saved tne aay
Portland A Bain Going; Good.
Th whole Portland team is going
o-nnii ae-aln The Indians, nve runs ne
hind In ninth, made a oespersw -
r,t hv hard hittlna- to arrao tne game,
but two runs were the best they could
do. The score:
Myere.lb. 4 2 4 1 OIKIbbleSb 8 1 0 0 1
Alfan..a 5 18 0 OFrlcrf.. 5 12 0 0
Z'man.cf 3 14 0 1 M'oney.cf 5 1 4 0 (l
Powell.lf 5 2 4 0 0!C'hanlt.lf. 4 10 0 1
M'holr.rf 3 10 0 OlW'ams.lb S 110 0 J
J'nson.2h 4 14 1 0McD'lI.2b 4 12 8 0
C'lght.3b 4 0 11 l Harrls.c. 5 1 6 2 0
O'dlek.c. 4 16 1 0 Coltrtn.M 4 2 4 3 0
Kraft.p.. 10 18 OlB'fleld.p. 2 J 0 1 0
Devo(t. 1 0 0 0 OlOlrot.p... 110 11
Total. .34 8 27 8 ll Total. .38 14 27 IS 3
Batted tor Krart in ma nmuj.
SCORE BT INNINGS. ,
..0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
..2 0 8 0 0 0 2 0
. . t-i.At- vnv TTIK
ble. Mahoney, Crulkshank. William (2).
McDowell, riarris. nuiuc r, ,.
lnree-oase nn mooie. . ..
f?".'.""- f""-.JT' oVn i,V..'Mv.rs.
IieiO. iimmeruiwi. " -
Altman. Base on ball utz art o,
Bloomfleld 5. Struck out By Kraft 5. by
Kloomiieia z, oy win" xo. ..
loiinn iw nwuwcii . i u . t
to coltnn to wiiuam: " v"r"""
fteld In five Innins: three run and two
Hlvst riff flirni in IOUr limiuaa. A s.vr-
houra. umpire uoonoy.
CANUCKS TAKE 1 2TH. GAME
Seattle Drops Two and Champions
Go Into First Place.
it wnnTTVirP n r Julv 16. By
i t o-a'ma frim Raa ttl today
Wiuuuift e -
Vancouver went into first place inline
pennant race- ine iiomiu w n-i- -
CUUVCl ICaiu vv u.o -
a-.- n.fol. a nil Plark were both
leOlB. j-iaa..o - '
unbeatable. This makes 12 straight
games lor Vancouver, ecors.
tj it r I R. HT. E.
Seattle SiVancouver .680
RAtttrlea Fullerton and "Whaling;
Oervals and Lewis.
Qannn A arm m i
R. H. E. R. H. E.
a !-. 1 s SltTAnnnuver .3 7 0
Tttrl Clark and Seuulveda;
Gordon ana watiy.
GOOD GAME BECOMES FARCE
Tigers Make Five Runs In Eleventh
Inning When Bees- Explode.
VICTORIA, July 16. Making; five runs
In the eloventh, Tacoma beat Victoria
, Ti-rt A ft -i- thM onenlnsr In
ning-, when lie was wild and walked
In one of tne two runs mat came o,
Hunt pitched alr-tlght ball and was
, T.imcli t T-i i n V out
K1VCU B M V V " J
with the bases full In the tenth. Score:
R. H. IS. . xr. a.
T.mi . . 7 11 2IVlctorla.. 2 7 3
Batteries Hunt and La Lonee; Kan
tlehner and Qrlndle.
St. Lonls B-8, New York 1-1.
-TT-TT. VrtOV Tnt lit Rt Tllllfl tOOlf
,1 U ,, A vi.u, wu.j .
a doubla-header from New York and
HUI, V"" awub.v r
t.,.ib . v. XL'llllam- Pnllnrs rs
. i inn. h.oir tn last niace
Vtnvi BO a . " ' 0 -.
cruit, maae nis uiisjor
with New York In the second game
ana pitcnea wen. o-wii.
ITff - t p- o m
TL H. E.l R. H. E.
Vaw Vnrlr. 1 S 0 St. Louis... 5 9 1
Batteries Warhop and Sweeney
Baumgardner and Krichell, Stephens.
Caav rra m
R. H. E. R. H. B.
xr-, TntV 1 7 2ISL Louis... 3 8 2
Batteries: Davis and Sweeney; Ham
llton and Stephens.,
Washington t, Chicago 3.
WASHINGTON. July 16. Chicago
j tiitciri hut Waahin&rton
unu - -
won. Johnson struck out 10 men and
knocked one of tne longest una on
record for a home run. the ball going
.ih. i t tt the extreme cen
ter field fence. The game waa called
after the eigntn inning io o-nuw w-
cago to eaten a iram.
O H El R. H. E
Waah'ton.. 7 JlChicago. .. 3 6 2
Batteries Johnson and Ainsmlth;
Feters, Bell. Bens, iange ana rs-uun
Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 2.
PHILADELPHIA. July 16. Cleveland
1,Hi.h tha nervousness of Gregg.
who succeeded Steen in the seventh.
Manager Davlg waa oroerea on u
field for disputing a decision in the
, . i t V. a Jarkson. who
waa put out while trying to elide Into
second base. Injured his hip and waa
carried off the field, score:
R. H. E.l R. H. E. I
Phlladel... 6 10 2Cleveland. . 1 100
Batteries Houck and Thomas; Steen,
Gregg and Livingstone.
Boston 7, Detroit 3.
nncsnv Y.ii. ie JTnstnn made it
., nV fiv. fmm rAtrolt bv win
ning. Detroit gave Moran, a recruit.
poor support, bcore:-
Jet. ri. "
Boston 7 8 UDetroit. .. . 3 6 1
ntr.rln. Collins and Carrlgan,
Moran and Stanage. Onslow.
Chicago S, New York 1.
pTjTnim T..iv lA7blrafiro defeated
in nlt.ha.a1 battlA in Which
,tc tt j ui & 41, a f.nv...'. w
Lavender outclassed Tesreau In the
pinches. It was Lavender s secona vi-
. . 7 1. 4 n th. latniiArs
lory over iew xw.a. ... ---
western invasion, his first victory be
ing tne aeieat oi
, j t-unn nn an error.
vllltjtieu lii ei c t " " -
an out, two passed balls, a single and
a triple, wniie mu mnw , -
by bunching nits. ew
resulted from a triple and Tinkers
error in relaying the ball after the hit.
R. H. E.l R- H. E.
Chicago .. 3 6 4!New York. 1 . 3
Batteries Lavender and Arcner, .tes
reau and Meyers.
Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 0.
rtrwtmivATT -Tniv 1 fi. Philadelphia
shut out Cincinnati, Alexander allow
ing only four scattered hits. Suggs
was hit hard and his support was poor.
Cincinnati. 0 4 2Phll'del'a . 6 13 0
Batteries Suggs, uavia sun
Alexander and Dooln.
Pittsburg 5, Brooklyn 4.
UtTTBOTTJrt .Tlllv 11!. PittSbUTg de-
4.n.A Drnnirivn in ton Innlnfts. Brook-
lyn twice tied the score, the first time
because of a wild tnrow to roim uj
Cole and again by hitting Cole freely.
t? w v. 1 R. H. E.
Di,t,hr. & 12 IIRrooklvn .480
Batteries Cole. Robinson and Simon;
Yingling, Rucker and Miller.
W. K. WOOD LEADS GOLFERS
Chlcagoan Easily Outpoints Others
in Western Championships.
. . . . . , T..1.. IB TUItV, XV K.
lir.. v c rv, jui, . ...... ,
Wood, of the Homewood Golf Club.
Chicago, easily leaning, tne ne.u .
starters in mo -
tioles for the amateur championship
or tne esxern uw
. , j n ,ka links nf the Den
ver Country Club. The keenest ri
valry characterized the play of the
successful 32 that qualified for the first
round to be. played tomorrow. Wood s
score was 69, his closest competitors
being J. Seville, oi me waiDiuvi..
. c v....t..n. Pha.UR TCvanS. Jr..
UL OttU fiauwsvw, w .
Edgewood Club, Chicago, and Lawrence
D. Bromfleld, of Denver, each of whom
made the 18 lioiee in is.
1 T rtr n . Gil Q 1 1 1 wllfl TT! fl. fl
86 today. Is paired with M. A. Mc
Laughlin, OI tne WOlOTSOll v.i .auu,
who made 80 today, for the first round
Under the rules the 16 making the
second best scores in the championship
qualifying round will play today 18
holes for the vice-president's cup and
the 16 with the third best scores will
play 18 holes for the treasurer's cup,
after the players in the first round,
match nlay. for the championship, have
TROCT FRY WILL BE PLANTED
Multnomah Anglers Plan to Distrib
ute 2,000,000 Young Trout.
Starting with planting 126,000 two
inch trout fry Saturday, the Multno
mah anglers will take the first step
towards helping the State Fish Com
mission carry out the work of planting
2,000,000 fry. The first shipment will
consist of 126 cans.
Of the first consignment 40,000 will
be planted in Clear Creek, in the Clack
amag country, 50,000 in Eagle Creek
and 85,000 in the Molalla River. They
will be brought to Portland first and
if the Portland Railway, Light & Power
Company will make arrangements, the
car will be transferred to the Mount
Hood line and a long, hard Journey by
wagon or auto will be avoided.
The club was going to handle 1,000,
000 at a time, but at a meeting of the
executive committee last night It was
decided to take them In smaller lots,
affording better methods of distribu
tion. It was planned to have the
members take them In their autos, but
the cans weigh so- much that three
would be a load for an ordinary car.
Auto trucks will be able to handle
about 30 cans at a trip.
Following this first Installment 125,
000 will be sent to the Clatskanle and
Scappooso rivers. This probably will
be Thursday or Friday of next week.
The1 fish hatchery at Bonneville is
reported to be In fine shape. Members
of the Anglers' Club say the Fish Com
mission is carrying out the work in a
most progressive manner this year.
There are now 2,000,000 young fiah
there and before the Summer Is
over 5,000,000 will have been trans
ferred to the streams of the state.
STtTDEBAKER CHANGE IS SIADE
Tacoma and Seattle Managers Will
Not Go With L. H. Rose.
A. H. Brown, who succeeds L. H.
Rose as Northwest manager of the
Studebaker corporation, has assumed
ictive charge and will make Portland
his headquarters. Mr. Brown formerly
was in charge of the Spokane branch.
His new territory extends over all of
Oregon and Washington.
Despite published statements to the
contrary, neither H. W. Doherty, man
ager of the Studebaker Tacoma branch,
nor W. E. Garbe. head of the Seattle
division, will leave the Studebaker
corporation. Both deny that they In
tend to go over with Mr. Rose, who
Feature event today (4 P. M.)
Is appearance of FOTTRELL and
JOHNSON. California stars, pitted
against each other. Match prom
ises to be one of best In history
of tennis In Portland, this team
having won from Bunday and
McLoughlin, Pacific Coast cham
pions, two out of five sets recent
ly at Los Angeles.
Don't Miss It!
Absolutely Nothing Reserved in Our
WE SPECIALIZE IN FINE
has taken the Northwest territory for
the Metzger .Motor tar iompaujr.
Will Not Follow Rose.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 14. Will
you please correct statement, made la
an article In Sunday edition, July 14,
on L. H. Rose's resignation from Stude
baker management, that I am going
with him, for it Is untrue. I am still
manager of the Studebaker corps of
managers, Seattle branch, and have no
idea whatever of joining the Metzger
Motor Car Company In any capacity.
W. C. GARBE.
Doherty Stays With Studebaker.
PORTLAND, Or., July 15. Will you
niAa,oA .n.r.t tha, statement made In
an article In the Sunday edition of July
14 on the subject 01 u n. nose s rei
natlon from the Studebaker manage
ment that I am going with him? I am
-.111 thai KtiidAhaker branch
at Tacoma and have not planned to
make any otner connection i mia
H. W. DOHERTY.
SOLOMON WINS FIR5T BLOCK
Portland Man Scores; Against Sibley,
50 to C5, In Opening Game,
ov a ttt.t? Wnah Julv 16. Henry
onimnT, nf Pnrtlmnl. won first block
of his match with Chase Sibley last
night. Score was to to ao. ooiomou
was In rare form, and did not have to
I desire to interest a
live business man to in
vest an equal amount of
money in establishing a
Stock Co. in heart of the
city. References ex
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Its The Newest Buttonhole
Histrongest-and the most practicable
This latest closed-'f rorirthape ha theXlNOCORDi'SNAP-ONT
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ineither7stfetch"iior;break in'lhe laundering "processTand no, matter
how moist the collar becomes during the hot day it will not spread
or pull apart, and whenplaced:onithe;coUar:button:it.cannot lip
ff. It is simple to"adjust:to"the:collarlbutton.ajt:anap:oit and
jrrSritivae. tt holds.the collar together.in.front and give it that
jnuch sought forjtraight, closed-front effect everyltime.it.iuworn.
Has Ample. Scarf SpacS
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2 fot 25 Cents
53Tl3reiOnTpfirtial.teU have proved they5aS.1bngett"lnthe
' GEOTP. IDE CO, MAKERS. TROY, N.V.
resort to much safety play. Sibley,
on the other hand, oould not get start
ed, and, with the exception ot one run
of five, had to count his points In small
bunches. Solomon broke the world's
record by making 43 points In 40 In
nings. Solomon played in championship iorm
throughout. He ran out his 60 points
in 61 innings.
Middleweight to Box.
SPRINGFIELD, Or., July 1. (Spe
cial.) Bob White, of Sacramento, and
Jack Ferrell, of this city, are scheduled
for a 10-round bout .here Saturday
night, at 158 pounds. The middle
weight championship of the North
west Is said to be Involved, as White
claims that title.
Giants Pay $8000 for Pitcher.
m vnvir it... .Ttilv 1ft The New
Tork Nationals, have bought Pitcher
"Paddy" Green, of the lioiyoae v-iud i
the Connecticut League, for 8000. the
highest price ever paid for a player In
the league. Green never pitched pro
fessional ball until last April, when he
A rebuilt high - grade car Is a
much better buy than a new
cheap car, selling at the same
price. We are selling our second-hand
automobiles at rock
bottom prices. High-grade cars
overhauled, repainted and guar
anteed in p e r f e ct mechanical
condition at one-third the orig
inal selling price. Roadsters,
runabouts light 5 and 7-pas-
' senger touting cara All differ
ent makes. Cash or terms.
Write for complete llst and de-.
- scrlptlons. . .'." - i
Cars from $400 to 13000 second
hand. Mention the make yon
White Car Agency
SIXTH STREET AT MADISON.'
Did you eyer hike miles and miles,
on a hot day like yesterday, over a
rough mountain trail, and then, when
you finally arrived at your favorit
stream, find that you had forgotten
some important part of your fishing
Don't let It happen. It's dangerous.
Better come In and let us fumlslt
what's necessary. If you buy your
tackle from us It's sure to be right.
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