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TnE"MQRXIX(J OREGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1913.
SCORE HIGH IN OHIO
Fourth Company Coast Artil
lery Wins Fourth Prize in
Field of 20 Teams.
WOLFARD TAKES SECOND
Camp Perry Shooters Ron Ahead ot
Match Record Lieutenant O. A.
Stevens Leads Comrades of
B With Tally of 89.
CAMP TERRY. O., Aug. 19- (Spe
cial.) The rifle team that fired today
for Oregon's Fourth Company. Coast
Artillery Reserves in the National
Rifle Association's match at 200 yards
surprise fire and at 600 yards for the
company team championship of the
United States won fourth prize in a
field of 20 teams by scoring 363, five
more than the match record until to
day. Company A. First West Virginia,
went to 380; Company C. First Corps
Cadets, Massachusetts, to 366, and
Company K. First Corps District of Co
lumbia to 365. Company B. Third Ore
gon, ranked sixteenth with 345.
In the Individual scoring Sergeant J.
H. Wolford, of Oregon Fourth, was
second high with 93; Lieutenant O. A.
Stevens, with 89, led Company B. Thai
aggregate score follows: Fourth Com
pany Coast Artillery, Sergeant Wol
ford. 93; Sergeant S. W. Pearson, 92;
Sergeant H. F. Pearson, 86; Sergeant
K. W. Taylor. 92. Total. 363.
Company B, Third Oregon Lieuten
ant O. A. Stevens, 94: Sergeant C. H.
White. 87; Sergeant J. Frank Guerin,
87; Sergeant A. A. Schwarx, 82. Total,
In the Marine Corps match, which
John Hessian, of Connecticut, won with
195 out of 200 at 600 and 1000 yards,
Oregon representatives scored as fol
lows: Seaman Spooner. 186: Ensign
Ppooner. 177; Lieutenant Stevens, 182:
Lieutenant Johnson. 172; Sergeant
Schwarz. 190: Sergeant Guerin, 167:
Sergeant P. S. Pearson, 178: Sergeant
Mapes. 180; Senreant Romalne, 169:
Sergeant S. W. Pearson, 185; Sergeant
MANAGERS ARE XOT INCLUDED
Xational Association Makes Ruling
on Player Limits.
AUBURN. N. Y Aug. 19. The fol
lowing decisions were rendered today
Dy the .National Board of Arbitration,
governing minor league baseball:
Claims allowed: II. A. Sims, against
J. J. McLloeKy.
Claims disallowed: William Wilson
against Victoria: Owen Shannon
against Great Falls, Mont
Secretary John II. Karrell, of the
National Association, announced today
the National Association clubs may
have title to a limited number of play
ers at any time exclusive of managers
and Ineligible players, as follows:
' The class A. 8; class B, 28: class C,
24; class D, 22. No club shall, carry
more than five suspended rplayers on
its reserve list.
NATION AL LEAGUE.
Cincinnati 1-2, Boston 2-0.
BOSTON, Aug. 19. Cincinnati, play
ing good ball, today won both games of
a double header from Boston, the first
4 to 2 and the second a shutout. 2 to 0.
Long hits by Beacher and Hoblltzell
were mainly Instrumental in giving
Cincinnati the victory in the first con
test. Suggs allowed but two Boston men to
reach lirst base in the second contest
and he was only prevented from pitch
ing a no-hit game when Maranville got
a scratch iniield single in the fourth
First tame .
. Cincinnati Boston
B H O A BHOAE
Burlifr.l 4 3 0O Oi'M'r'nv'le, 3 2 2 0
.Batea-r.. 3 110 0 Myera.l . .. 4 3 12 2 0
Oroh. 4 1 S 2 fl'L'nnnellv.l 3 o I o 0
M'rVna.m 3 O 1 O P 3 o 1 3 0
Hobl'i'l.l 3 113 1 0 anffith.r. -I 2 O 0 1
Tinker... 3 13 tt i smith. 3. .. 3 o 1 2 0
Eodfte.3.. 3 113 1 Mann.m.. 4 O 5 0 0
Khnu.c.. 4 0 S 0 0 Rarlrlcn.c. 3 15 10
Johna'n.p 8 0 0 & liRudolph.p 2 0 O 4 0
juicKson.p. u o o 0 0
IMcD'n'lU 1 O O O 0
Hesst. ... 1 o O O 0
Collins?. ., 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 30 8 27 17 4? Total!.. 31 6 27 14 1
Patted for Rudolph In sixth.
triatted tor Smith In ninth.
- jHan for Hess in ninth.
Cincinnati O 0 O 0 1 1 0 1 1 4
Boaion . 1 O 0 U O 1 oo 0 -
Run Bescher -. Hoblitzcil Myers
Two-base, hits Hnblltie'l. Dodg-e. Three-base
hit Bescher. Hits (Jtf Rudolph. 7 In 8
Inning: off Dickson. 1 In 1 Inning. Sacrifice-
fly Bates. ti:olen bases Myers. Sac
rifice hits Rariden. Maraans. Tinker,
O-vine. rouble, playa Myra and Maran
vtile; Tinker and Hoblltzell. Left on
basest Cincinnati ,i, Boston . first on
balia Off Kudolph I, off Johnson 3, off
Dickson 1. First on t-rrora Boston 2, Cin
cinnati 1. Struck out By Rudolph 3 by
Johnson 4. by Dickson t. Time 2:10. t'm
plrea Brennun aud Kason.
B H O A E'Mar'n-le A t 1 A
Bescher.l. 4 11 O U Myers.l . . .- 3 6 1 3 0
0 J 0 o Connelly.!. 3 O 00
1 i ;t,'n''.-- 3 0 1 60
- " w jririltn.r. 3 u
0 9 lu.Devlln.3.. 1 II
0 4 1 mlth.3. .. o 0
0 1 4 UjMann.m... a O
1 8 O i Whaling.c 2 0
1 OiDickson.p. 3 u
0 0 0
McDonald 1 0 0 00
1 0 0 0
Totals 32 T 27 0 Totals. 27 1 27 15 0
Ratted for Iievlln In etichth.
t Hit ted for haling in ninth.
Cincinnati 0 I) l 1 0 0 1 0 0 "
Boston O00000OU 0 0
Runs Croh. Clarke. Two-base hit Groh
Sacrifice hit HoblltxelL l.eft on bases 1
Cincinnati i;, Boston 1. First base on balls
4ier auga i. otrucK out ay Ty.
Kuvn and iirennan.
At. Louis 5, Brooklyn 2.
BROOKLYN. Aug. 19. St. Louis
played a bunting game to defeat Keul
bach today and had the Brooklyn in
tieiders standing on their heads trying
to stop the sacrifice bunting. The score
. . T ....... I 1,1..-. .1
H'.:rclnj.2 2 1 3 5 u
I'akes.m. 1 0 1
as.l.. 4 2 1 u
Mi)wrev,3 2 2 14 0.
Konet'i.l 3 1 12 u u
. Whitted.s 4 0 4 3 -I'atners.r.
4 0 0 0 0':
Wt::So.c. .325 2-0;
Perritt.p. 3 10 2 1);
Sallee.p.. l o 0 0 0
B H O A E
..2 4 O 2 4 0
III 4 2 3 00
. 3 1110
r.e... 2 1 J 40
iher.c 113 0 0
icollins. 1 0 0 00
Reulbh.p II 0 10
lYlngg"". 1 0 0 0 0
ittagon.p.. 0 o 0 0 0
jHunil-" 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 111 2 Totals. S3 7 27 IS 2
Hatted for Moran In ninth.
Batted for w. Kluher In ninth.
"Katted for Reulbach In eighth.
Eattd for Katun In ninth.
St. Louts 0 1010300 0 n
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 2
Runs Huxfrtns. Cakes 2. Magee 'ilowrey,
Moran. w. Fischer. Left on bales St.
Louis 3. Brooklyn s. Two-base hit Mowrey.
Three-base hit tv. Fieeher. sacrifice hits
Hutalns. Oakea 2. Mowrev, Konetchy. Real
bach. First on err-ira St. Louis 1 : Brook
- sto'en bases Oakea. First on balls
Off Pexritt 3. off Keulbach 3. Struck out
By Perritt 2. Reulbach 3. Bailee 2, Ra
ajoa a. Wjid pitch Ferrltt, Keu.bach. Klu,
Off Perritt 7 In 7 2-S Innings: off Sue,
none In 1 1-3: off P.eulbach. 0 in 8: off
Ragon. none in 1. Time 1:40. Umpires
Rigler and Byron.
rittsbnrfr 8, Sew Vork S.
NEW YORK. Aus. 19. Pittsburg
evened n the series at New XorK Dy
taking the fourth game 8 to 3. The
visitors hit Fromme hard In me nrst
and second innings, scoring six runs.
In each of these innings Carey drove a
home run into the upper tier of the
grandstand. A sensational one-handed
running catch by Murray on Wagner In
the eighth inning was a ieature. score:
Pittsburg I New York.
Byrne.3.. S 1 O 3 0 Burns.!.. . Sol 10
Carey.l... 4 3 4 O OSbafer.3. . 4 12 3 2
Vlox.2.. 5 2 0 0 Flotcher.s 4 12 4 1
Wagner. s 5 12 3 ODoyle.2... 4 13 3 0
Miller.l.. 4 3 8 1 0 Merkle.J . . 4 2 10 0 1
O.WIla'n.r 5 2 4 0 0 Vurray.r.. 4 2 3 0 0
Mitch l.m 4 It 4 u-. agrass,m i i u
Uibson.c. 4 15 10 McLean. c. 3 12 3 1
iri.m.i. a a OOThoroe'.. o O 0 OO
IHartley.c. 1 1 0 O 0
h romnie.p o o u o o
!randall.D 2 0 0 2 0
;M'Corm'kt 1 0 0 0 0
iscnupp.p. u v v v v
roopert. .. 1 0 O O 0
Totals. 40 14 27 7 o Totals.. 3510 2716 S
Ran for McLean in seventh.
tBatted for Ctandall in seventh.
JBatted for Schupp In ninth.
Pittsburg 3 S 0 0 1 1 0 0 8
New York 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3
Runs Byrne, Carey 2. Viox 2, Wagner,
Mitchell. Adams, Fletcher. Merkle. Murray.
First base on errors Pittsburg 2. Two
base hits Byrne. Snodgrass, M.rkle. Home
runs Carey 2. Sacrifice fly Miller. Stolen
bases Shafer. Carey, Hartley. Left on
bases New Tork 6, Pittsburg 8. Double
p!ays Fletcher and Merkle: Miller and
Warner: Snodirress and Merkle. First on
balls Off Crandall 1. off Schupp 1, off
Adams 1. Struck out By Adams 2. Hits
Off Fromme. 7 In 1 1-3 Innings; off Cran
dall. 7 In 5 2-3 lnnlnca: off Schupp. none
in 2 Innings. Time 1:42. Umpires Klem
Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 19. Chicago
won its fourth straight victory here to
day over Philadelphia, the score being
3 to 2. The visitors scored all their
runs In two innings by bunching four
hits. It was learned today from X-Ray
examinations that Paskert had broken
a finger on his right hand in taking a
ball off Schulz bat yesterday.
Shortstop Bidwell. of Chicago, was
notified by President Lynch today that
he had been suspended for three days
for throwing dirt toward Umpire
O'Day, following a decision at the home
Leach.m. 4 13 0 I) Recked. . 3 1 S O 0
Evers.2.. 3 2 2 OODevore.l.. 0 O 0 00
Srhulte.r. 5 2 10 V Knabe.2... 4 0 2 4 1
Zlm'm'a.3 3 12 1 O.Lobert.a.. 3 1 2 O 0
Saler.l.. 4 O ll 0 OMagee.ra.. 4 o z 0
U'lirmil SOIS O.Cravath.r. 4 4 0 O 0
Coridon.a 4 0 1 5 OfLuderus.1 3 Oil O0
Archer.c. 4 17 2 0 Doo:an.s.. 4 O 4 Z
I'lerce.p.. 4 0 0 3 0 Kllllfer.c. 4a3S0
1 Beaton. p.. J u v a u
Dolan... 1 0 0 0 0
Dooin" . . 1 0 O 0 0
Totals.. 33 8 27 14 8
Batted for Becker In eighth.
Batted for Beaton In ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3
Philadelphia w l u v s v v i ?
Runs Leach, Evers. Archer, Cravath.
Kllltfer. Two-base hit Schulte, Archer,
Cravath 2. Sacrifice hit Seaton. Left on
bases Chicago 9, Philadelphia 7. Struck
out By Pierce 6, by Seaton 3. First on
errors Chicago 3. First on balls Off
Pierce 2, off Seaton 3. Hit by pitcher By
Seaton (Evers. Williams). Time 1:50.
Umpires O Day and Emslle.
MOY TO MEET RITCHIE
SPARRING PARTNER SUBSTITUT
ED IX LABOR DAY BOUT.
FAST HORSES ENTER
Southwest Washington Fair
Racing Card Promising.
$4000 IN PURSES HUNG UP
Programme Opens Tuesday With
2:12 Trot and 2:20 Pace Swift
est Event of Week, 2:08 Pace,
to Be Staged Friday.
Champion to Remain in Vancouver
and light Freddie Welsh on
SEATTLE. -Wash, Ang. 19. (Spe
cial.) Hay Campbell, of Seattle, vras
matched late tonight r light Bddle
Moy, of New York, la Vaienvn meat
Saturday to- deride which shall substi
tute for Freddie Welsh agalsut NVIIIIe
Ritchie Labor day.
VANCOUVER, B. C. Aug-. 19. (Spe
cial.) Willie Ritchie announced to
night that he had definitely arranged
to fisht Kddie Moy here on Labor day
and Kreddie Welsh on September 20.
He will stay In Vancouver until the
latter date and will then go to San
Francisco and fill a date being; made
by James Coffroth for a bout with
Tommy Murphy on Thanksftlvlng day.
Ritchie appeared perfectly satisfied
at the prosness made in match-making
during- the day, and said there would
be no chance at all ot nis going to dan
Francisco for September 9. He Is def
initely installed In his new training
quarters at Kburne and appears to be
feeling in tiptop shape.
Eddie Moy Is Welsh's sparring part
ner. It was a question today whether
he or Frenchle Vaise would go on for
the Labor day event, but Vaise did not
appear anxious to come.
Moy Is a little fellow, weigning only
128 pounds, but quick. He fought in a
preliminary in the last Valse-Bailey
bout and made such a fine showing
that the fans were of the opinion that
he could have licked either of the prin
cipals. Moy will go IS rounds with
Hitchie, who will get $5000 for the
afternoon's work. The question of
weight as between Ritchie and Welsh
will not be discussed until Willie sees
how he gets along training here. There
can be little dispute about this in any
SPRIG CHOSEN DEFENDER
SALTOXSTALL BOAT SHOWS SU
PERIORITY IX TRIALS.
Other American Representatives to
Sleet German Challengers Un
determined by Committee.
MARBLEHEAD, Mass.. Aug. 19.
After the Sprig, owned by John I
Saltonstall and sailed by R. DeBoard
man. had conclusively shown her su
periority in- two trial races today to
pick three American sonder boata to
meet the three German challengers
next month, the Eastern Yacht Club
committee selected her as the first of
the defenders of the President Wilson
and Governor Foss cups. The commit
tee also eliminated from further com
petition the Otter, owned by Messrs.
Crane ar.d Foster.
There were three races today. In the
first two the Sprig showed her great
superiority in a breeie. The morning
race was the best test the aonders have
yet had and was a good fight up to the
wind, with the Sprig leading from the
Another pretty struggle came in the
second race over a triangular course.
The Otter led at the. first mark after
a two-mile reach. On the next leg.
however, a beat to windward, she was
passed by all the other boats, the Sprig
taking the lead and holding it to the
The committee announced their
choice of the Sprig after the second
race, so she did not enter the third
contest. In this race the Ellen, show
ing her strong light weather ability,
drifted across the finish far ahead of
St. Louis Manager Stovall has given
Charles Flanagan ten days' notice of
release and if no club signs him during
that time he will be a free agent. Flaiv
agan, who is a second baseman, was se
cured from the San Diego, Southern
California League club.
CHEHALIS. Wash, Aug. 19. (Spe
cial.) Lovers of racing are assured of
the privilege of seeing some of the
fastest talent on the Coast at the
coming meet to be held at the South
west Washington Fair, which will
begin at the grounds midway between
Chehalls and Centralla monday. The
fair will open Monday and will close
Saturday, but the racing events will
not begin until Tuesday. August 26.
The features of the racing events by
days are scheduled as follows: Tues
day the 2:21 trot and the 2:20 pace,
Wednesday the 2:30 trot and the 2:14
pace, Thursday special racing features,
Friday the 2:08 pace, the swiftest event
of the fair, also the 2:24 trot; Saturday,
August 30. free-for-all trot and 2:26
pace. Purses of $4000 have been hung
up for the meet. Each day there will
be running events that have already
attracted many entries.
The following is a list of the horses
that have been entered for the early
closing and the late closing events of
Early Closing Events.
2:20 pace, purse S5"o Bonnie B.. blk. g..
by Hat B.-Alma K.. D. B. Edwards, owner,
Bclllni-ham: Ked Hal. b. (.. by Hal B.
Kambler Maid, Mrs. Fred T. Merrill, owner,
Portland; Lady Hal. b. m.. by Hal B.
Vevo, O. W. H. Davis, Tacoma, Wash.; Alica
L, b. m., by Hal B.-DlctraUea .. O. W. H.
Davis, Tacoma; Patten Duke, blk. a., by
Clay Edwin-Unknown. Frank Heeljceraon,
Walla Walla. Wash.; Dixie Smith, ch. m..
by Blacksmith-Babe, 1. D. Hulchiaon, Can
by. Or.; Arite Leeco. bik. s.. by Lecco
Anlcllo. Charles Buaale, Walla Walla, Wash.;
Hallie Direct, blk. m., Walter Dlrect-Hallle
Dillard. F. E. Bennett, Salinas. Cal.; Hal
Nost, blk. by Hal B. -Delia Noat, Ed Den
ntson, Portland. Or.; Lighlout, a. a;., by
Nearert-Prlncess Alrlle, W. A. Milllngtoa.
Victoria, B. C; Frankle Dale, b. m.. by
Hal D. -Georgia. Mrs. W. F. Johnson owner,
M. F. Johnson, Sherwood, Or.: rtavaa-e
Wright, blk. a., by McCloaky Wright-Stella
H., W. M. Johnson, Sherwood, Or.; J. C. B.,
blk. g., by Hal B.-Miget. J. C. Buchanan
owner, J. Merrill agent, Cornelius, Or.; Ikey,
blk. g.. by Eurget-Mlnnle, A. C. Lohmlre.
Portland; Dclmaa, a g.. by Dialect-Jane
Stanford, A. A. Ftdlee, Hatnes, Or.; Hal Boy,
blk. g.. by Hal B.-Altalena, J. S. Crane,
Portta-nd; Jim Hill, blk. g.. by Commonwealth-Indian
Girl, F. M. Anderson, Port
land; Rothada. b. m., by Margraoes, Mr.
Mary E. Kimball, Union, Or.
-:14 pace, purse g.VM) Dan S., ch. g.. by
Alhadon-On Gellco, Kd Dennlson. Portland:
jw. A. MJiltngt'oa. Victoria. B. C; Frankle
uaie, d. in., by Hal u.-ueorftia, jara. w.
F. Johnson, owner: Favare WriKht. Mk.
by McC oskey Wii ht-St?11a W. M.
Johnson. Sherwood, Or.; Rothada, b. m.. by
Marcranes. Mra. Mary E. Kimball. Union.
Or. ; St. Elmo. h. a., by Kin Alexis-Idle
Wise. C- E. Gholson. walla Walla, Wanh.;
Carlylo F.. blk. a., by I-yie-Lady Franklin,
w. H. Frank in. Wal a Walla. Wash.: Tarn
arack the Hed, a. a., by Hamlltonian Memb.-
ilver frhell, Henry Oarrlson. La Grande, Or.
Grant X.. a. k.. by Wilson Buy-Unknown. I.
Ijorenetein, North Yakima, Wash. ; Black
joe, bin. g.. by su n. fricemont-Lnnnown,
James McCormlck, Tacoma, Wash.; Ka
trlnka "Nort. br. m.. by Del Norte-Unknown,
K M. Barr-ma, Walla Walla, Wash.: Aldlne,
blk. m.. by Alcone. C. W. Todd, Portland,
Or.: King Seal, dark b. g., by Red Seal,
F. L. Taylor, Med ford. Or.; La Conner Maid,
br. m., by Path mark -Dewey Ann, H. H.
Ball. Seattle; Uncle II.. blk. g., by Garvin
W.-Besaie, Hugo Schmidt, Spokane. Wash.;
Pan 1. b. g., by Sunrise, I. Breslaner. Spo
kane, Wash.; Ab. Bender, blk. g., by Diablo.
Del Bender, Mra. M. I Coovert, Vancouver,
2;M trot, nurse $500 All McKay, blk. a.,
by Bonny Sic Kay. I. Bres.flaner, owner;
Seattle Maid. blk. in., by Nutwood Wilkes
Guy Cicles, W. D. Barclay, Walla Walla.
Wash.; Gen B.. blk. g., by Package-Iemo-mant,
Fred Brooker, Vancouver, Wash. ;
Flora Dora Z., c. by Pilot Lane-Bell. Stella
Belknap, owner; Zomeno, b. jn., by Zombro
Altern, D. B. Stewart, loa Angeles, Cal.;
Jerry Zorabero. blk. g.t by Zombero-Un-known,
J. J. Kadderly, Portland; McAIzo,
blk. a., by Zoiock-Zodel, H. C. Fletcher,
Salem, Or.; Dellect, blk. m.. by Delphfa
Minnie B-, F. M. Anderson, Portland; The
ArchUght. blk. a., by Searchlight-Altalena,
A. C. Lohmire, Portland: Sweet Genevie, b.
m., by Oregon Sunltght-Cornella Bonner, J.
C. Buchanan, owner; Tonev AC ton., blk. h.,
by Tom rouch-Afton Kussell, Couch Bros.,
Great Fnlls, Mont.
ai:12 trot, purse $500 Flora Dora Z., m..
by ,ombro-l n known, Stella Belknap, own
er; Borena D.. b. g., by Bonnie Direct-Pe-trfna.,
A. C. Lohmlre, Portland; Hnry Clay
ton, br. sr.. by Prodigal. John McCormlck
owner. J. H. Leonard agent, Lewiston, Ida
ho: Dr. McKinney. blk. K.. by Cant. McKin-ney-Unknown.
Ed Cudlhee. Broadway Sta
bler owner. John Iane agent. Walla Walla;
Mra. Herbert, a. m.. by Cunstine. Al Efaw
Tacoma. Wash.; Do Wayo, by Wilkhurst
Trevillian. A. R. Porter owner, Portland,
Fred fci. Ward agent, Los Angeles, Cal.
Lata Closing E rent a.
2-y pace, purse rfio Trddv Bear. blk. g..
by Teddy A.-Blondie, D. B. Keithly, Walla
Walla, Wash.:McK. Wealth, blk. a., by
Commonwealth -Lena Andrua, a. iee. Ro
ralla. Wash.; Hal Chief, blk. a., by Hal B.
Colt is, Hnry Sara Wetss, Portland; Red
wood Wilkes, s. s.. by Dominion No.
Nora May. El Clifton, Nampa. Mont.; Prince
Zolock, blk. p., by Zolock -Princess Delcet.
H. A. Gardner, Walla Walla. Wash. ; Ante
Lecco, blk. h., by Lecco-Aneglto, Charles
Buscc, Walla Walla. Wash.: Bonnie B., blk.
p.. by Hal B.-Alma K., D. B. Edwards
owner. BeMmgham: Boro Grand, blk. g., by
Boreal-Bvllroona. D. 33. Edwards, owner,
Bellingham; Red Hal. b. g.. bv Hal B
Rambler Maid, Mrs. FTed T. Merrill, owner:
Patten Duke. blk. s.. by Clay Edwin, Frank
Heelinger. Walla Walla. Wash.; Alice D.. b.
m.. by Hal B.-Dectatus. U. W. H. Davis,
owner. Tacoma; Halo. blk. m.. by Zolock. B.
J. Bunnell. San Bernardino, Cat.; Delmaa, a.
g.. by Dialect-Jane Stanford, A. A. FiUIer,
trot, purse $300 Dellect. blk. m.. by
Delphia-Mina B., F. M. Anderson. Portland -All
McKay, blk. a., by Bonnie McKay, J. A.
Bush, Spokane. Wash.; Marguerite A., br
m.. by Zombro, Ed Cudlhee, Seattle; Van
Winkle, blk. s-, by GambettI, R. h. Ball,
Mount Vernon, Wash.; $ On. br. g., by
Freddie C. Jr.-Hasel. Ed Cudihee. ownei.
Seattle; Welcome Dan. blk. g., by Welcome,
George Brown. Salinas. Cal.; Renla Del
Norte, blk. m.. by Del Norte-Lorella, F. M.
Barroa-s, Walla Walla, Wash.; Kenny L..
blk. a., by Lockhart. M. Moore, owner. Great
Falls. Mont.; McAlro. blk. s., by Zolleck
Zodell, H. C. Fletcher, Salem, Or.; Perreo,
blk, g., by Shephard Ladoie-Fern Clay. Zig
lar ft Mestrer, owners, Portland: Bonnie
Jane. br. m., by Zolleck. B. J. Bunnell, San
2:1H trot, purse $,W Dolly McKinney, b.
m.. by Washington-McKrnny Dailey, T. M.
Murry, Eu;ene. Or.; Lady Dillon, b. m., by
Sidney Dillon-Flora M-, Chester Daniel. Eu.
gene. Or.; Marguerite A., br." m.. br Zom-bro-Mary
I. 2.-1 Vi, Ed Cudlhee. Seattle;
Dr. McKinney. b!k. g.. by Capt. McKinney
Vera, Ed Cudlhee, Seattle; Welcome Dan,
blk. p.. by Welcome, George Brown, Salrnas
Cal.; Mrs. Herbert, ch. m.. by Consldine, Al
Efaw, Tacoma. Wash.: Eddy Current, ch.
s.. by The King Red-Sea Queen, D. C. Fruit,
tcr Lodge. Mont.; Ben Walker, by Monta-mars-Alga
B.. Couch Bros, owners. A, W.
Smith agent. Great Falls. Mont.
2:'S pace, purse $500 Haltamount. blk- .,
by Hal 3.-By Altamont. Mra. Eleanor M.
Vaughan, owner. Molalla. Or.; Francis J.,
b. h., by patchen Boy-Mary pan, J. C Ig
irett. Ogden. Utah: Booster, blk. g., by Cof
fee King. D. A. Bord, Seattle; Bonnie An
trim, blk. p.. Bonnie McK. -Van trim, C. W.
Todd, Portland, Or.; Allerdau, Elmer Ho&o.
boom, Joseph, Or.
PIXG BODIE TO BOX POWERS
Turn Vereln CI amp Ion Will Have
Place on Roundup Card.
Pin ht Bodle. who won the 125-pound
championship of the Turn Verein at
the 1911 conclave, has been secured as
a match for Len Powers at the Pen
dleton Roundup professional card on
the last night, Saturday, September 13.
He has been boxing around Seattle
for the past year and Is considered a
suitable match for Powers, the Port
land boy who recently turned profes
sional. His match will be one of the pre
liminaries to the bout in which Madden
will figure. , i
Stein-Bloch and Other Fine Clothes
..JL To $30 Suits and Overcoats
j"m c t
The most sensational reduction Portland has ever
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in the lot. All sizes. Don't pass up this Clothes-buying
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Balance of Clothes in 4 Lots
$17 Famous Style
plus Suits at only
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full dress, tuxedos
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All Gabardines and Raincoats at Bankrupt Sacrifice
$2.00 Arrow Shirts for Only $1.25
$5 Stetson and Dunlap Hats $3.45
All 15c Collars Dozen 75c
Other Bargains Galore
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.RUPT SALE YBSiSJr
THREE RANK HIGH
James, West and Higginboth
am Are Top-Notchers.
KRAPP CONSISTENT WINNER
Wliile Beaver Leaders Work Hard,
Pitching In 80 Games This Sea
son, Elnier Koestner Is Real
Slave With Total of 35.
Eights' games in 15 weeks is the
record of Portland's three great
winning; pitchers James. West and
HigKinbotham. Hiffglnbotham has
twirled 29 games, James 29 and West
22. All three rank right up at the
top, too, in wins and losses, next to
Klawitter and Williams, ot Sacra
mento, and Fanning, of the Seals.
Elmer Koestner, the ex-Beaver, is
the real slave of the league. Oddly
enough. Koestner is about the frailest
piece of machinery in the circuit, and
unless Hogan watches the "sphinx"
carefully, Elmer may go to pieces, just
as he did last year, when McCredle
Koestner's record is 35 games.
Malarkey, of the Oaks, has twirled 31
games. Hlgginbotham ranking third.
Eugene Krapp, of Portland, has de
veloped into a consistent winner. His
record Is nine wins and seven defeats,
which is ahead of his team's winning
The pitching averages of the Coast
League, not including yesterday's, are
Jam.P. . .
Lelfield. S. F.
51 31 2
13 7 8
1.1 ' 7'
Harknesa, V. ...14
Krapp. P. .....
Balcer.S.F. . . .
ChrHtlan.O. . .
Haa-erraan. P. .
Koeatner.V. . . .
Arrelane.S. . .
Krauae. P. ...
Carson. P '!
Klepfer, V 81
Ktllllay. 0 23
Decannlere, 8.F. I 0
Munaell.K. 12 31
Thman.O. .... 7 2
Jackson.UA. ...I 1 SI
Ptandridae ?.F..I II 0 1
Edmondaon.V. .. II 0) 1
Ferguson. V I 41 01 41
Also no-htt same.
Also one-hit same.
August 17. Inclusive.
0' . 53S
2 1 1
,35 17 IS
ni 4' 5
14! 81 8
17 8 81
ri . R.-.7
! 21 01
A. D.WAKEMAfJ IS LDSEF!
MULTX05IAH TEXXIS CRACK
GOES TO DEFEAT.
Breakers Tournament Now in Prog
ress Shows Many Players in
THE BREAKERS. Wash.. Aug. 19.
(Special.) The first two days of the
Breakers' annual tennis tournament,
which opened here yesterday, have been
furnlshlarg- many surprises, one of them
being the defeat of Wakeman, the
Multnomah star, by Brewer, of the
Irvington Club, the match - running
three sets, with scores 8-3. 4-fi, -3.
Ralph Gorrlll. the Oakland star, who
won the scratch tourney and the han
dicap In 1909, Is considered a favorite
in the scratch. In the handicap he has
been defeated by Wolfard, the high
school star of Portland.
In point of attendance the meet Is
the best ever held. A summary of
matches to date follows:
Men's handicap Brewer defeated Edgar,
6- 1. 1-6, 8-0; Durham defeated Doiph, 6-Ot
8-2; Rhlves defeated Holbrook, 6-4, 6-8; Ir
win defeated Small, 6-1; Wakeman de
feated Craig, 8-3, 6-3; atain defeated Judd.
7- 3. 8-3; Wolfard defeated gardon. 8-1, 6-1;
Rosenthal defeated Morse, 6-0, 6-0; Rohr
defeated L tie. 6-0, 7-, 6-4: Moores de
feated McAlpln. 6-4. 6-2; Dr. Bflderback de.
feated Dr. Morrison, 6-4. 2-6. 6-4; Brewer
defeated Cook. 6-1. 6-1; Wolfard defeated
Gorrlll, 9-7, 6-2; Rosenthal defeated North
up. 5-7. 8-3, 6-2, and DeNeffo defeated Dr.
Bllderback. 6-0. 6-L
Woman's singles Miss" nobbs defeated
Misa Bronauah. 6-4, 6-3; Mrs. Northup de
feated Miss Rosenhaupt, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1; Mrs.
Bush defeated Mra. Berger, 8-1, 6-0; Miss
Waterhouse defeated Mrs. Cook, 6-4, 6-4:
Mrs. Webster defeated Misa Page, 6-2. 8-1;
Mrs. Stafford defeated Mra Gregg. 6-4, 7-5,
and Miss Fording defeated Miss Kelly,
Men's scratch Latourette defeated Do!ph,
8- 1. 8-2; H hives defeated Cook, 8-T, 8-2;
Wakeman defeated Wolfard, 0-3, 8-; Brew
er defeated Durham, l-3, 6-4; Morse de
feated Northup, 1-8. 0-1, 6-4; Judd defeated
Lewis, 8-4, 8-6; Rohr defeated Small, 6-1.
6-1; McAlpln defeated Moores. 8-2, 8-6:
Main defeated Dr. Morrison. 6-1, 6-3; Da
Neffe defeated Irwin, 8-2, 6-4; Edgar de
feated Dr. Bllderback. 6-1, S-O: Gorrlll de
feated Gregg, 6-2, 6-2; Latourette defeated
Sardon, 6-1, 8-6; Brewer defeated Wake
men, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3; Main defeated McAlpln.
6-2. 7-5, and Edgar defeated DeN'effe, 0-6,
Telegraphic Sporting Briefs
CHICAGO "Bonesetter" Reese, at
Youngstown, O., has adjusted two
misplaced tendons in the arm and
shoulder of Ed Walsh, the star pitcher
of the White Sox. whose slump has
been a mystery all season. This news
was conveyed in a telegram from Reese
to President Comiskey. It said that the
big nurler must rest for a week, after
which the old-time potency might be
expected of his arm.
Spokane Dave Kraft, pitcher, re
leased by the Spokane team, in the
Northwestern League, has been signed
by Tacoma. Kraft was with Spokane
throughout the last two seasons. He
came to Spokane from Hannibal, Mo.
New York Otis Crandall. pitcher,
whom Manager McGraw, of the New
York National League Club, traded to
the St- Louis team, has been taken
back by McGraw. St- Louis in return
received a cash consideration, amount
not named, and a player, also unnamed,
whose delivery will be made as soon
as the pennant race is Fettled. Mc-
Effective Aug. 1st, 1913
Model T Runabout . . $500
Model T Touring Car $550
Model T Town Car . . $750
With full equipment f . o. b.
FORD MOTOR CO.
Graw early this month gave Crandall
for "Larry" McLean, a catcher.
Los Angeles The Sherman Institute
at Riverside will produce the first
American Indian rugby football team.
The Sherman Indians, five years ago,
were close rivals of Carlisle on the
gridiron. Since then little has been
done in athletics. Two games with the
Southern California University rugby
team have been announced.
FAILING TEAM IS IVrXXER
Xorth Park Playground Xine De
feated In 10-16 Game.
By scoring a 19-to-16 victory over
the North Park Playground team yes
terday the Falling: nine is but one
game from the championship of secfton
three. The Failing team's next game
is against the Lakeview squad and but
little difficulty in downing it is ex-
peciea, as me isortn rarx representa
tives had an easy time 3efeating the
Following is the lineup of the Fall
ing team: Gonzales, catcher; Foster,
pitcher; Parker, first; Kratt, second;
Kurts, third; Johnson, short; Jacobs,
right field; Fritz, left field; Mazurosky.
center field, and Turn, right field.
The losers lined up as follows: M.
McCarthy, third; Dickinson, catcher;
Swanson, first; Weber, pitcher; Daw
son, left field and short; Helser, sec-,
ond; Curkendahl, right field; W. Mc
Carthy, center field; Nicholson, left
field, and Paul, right field and short
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