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OREGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER
FOOTBALL FANS TO
SEE DOUBLE HEADER
Jefferson and Club Second
Team to Play Before Miilt-nomah-Aggie
STEWART'S MEN ARE FAST
Corvallis to Kely on Speed and
Passes Winged M, Lcbingr In
Practice, Has Advantage In
Experience of Players.
football will be ushered
Into the Northwest Saturday afternoonj
with a double-header. Manager now
..n stntt of the Multnomah Club, has
arranged for a game between the club
second-stringers and Jefferson iign
School as a curtain-raiser to the big
game between Oregon Agricultural Col
lege and the Multnomah seniors. The
first match will be called at 1:30 and
Via Mnnd n t 3 O'clock.
The second team Includes the stars
of last Winter's amateur elevens.
O'Hanlon and Ray Toomey. former
stars of the MoLaughlln Club team,
are two of its leading spirits.
Acrglea Adept at Fasses.
The Oregon Aggie team has become
so adept in the swinging- of plays that
it would do the Carlisle Indians credit
Coach Stewart's team will be consid
erably lighter than the eleven which
Multnomah will place on the field. The
"Aggies" will average about ICO
pounds, while Multnomah will even up
The Aggies, because of a long siege
of training, compared to that which
Multnomah has found time for, will be
well able to handle forward passes and
speed plays. They will base their
hopes in the game on' speed against
the Multnomah men.
The rules of 1912 were often termed
"the first which made it possible for
a team to win without being SO per
cent better than the opponents." The
quick kick this year will equalize the
teams more than ever.
Weight Not Big Factor.
In former years weight alone was
practically all that was needed to se
cure immunity from goal crossing.
Weight will always be a factor. . but
the Aggies will have a good chance
to overcome the handicap with tricks.
The game will be hard fought either
way. A week ago the Oregon Agri
cultural College team held "their alumni
to a no-score game. The alumni had
such men as Carl Wolff and Evendon,
but it availed them naught.
Multnomah practiced under the arc
lights last night. It also is developing
team work with such men as Redes,
former captain of Annapolis, taking
leading parts. Rodes was "laid out"
last Sunday when a fellow player
raised his head and caught Rodes un
der the chin. However, he has recov
ered and will be quarterback. '
J. E. KELIiY BOWIiERS VICTORS
Jaeger's Team Has Easy Time In
Commercial Jjeagne Contest.
Two games were bowled on the Sara
toga alleys Monday night, one in the
City League and the other in the Com
mercial League. Tom O'Donnell's J.
E. Kelly team, of the City League, had
little trouble in disposing of the five
representing the Pacific States Tele
phone Ccmpany, winning by 123 pins,
while the game between Jaeger's and
the- Ballou & Wright's resulted in a
victory for the Jewelers by 83 pins.
Tonslng, a new man on the J. E.
Kelly team, bowled the highest score
and also the high average, with 235
pins in one match and an average of
186. The total pins for the J. E.. Kel
lys, with Captain O'Donnell at the
helm, were 2581 and for the telephone
five 2454. Jaeger's bowled 2479 for
the three games, while 2396 pins fell
for the Ballou & Wright team.
'KXOCKOCT' BROWN WINS BOUT
Lightweight Makes First Appearance
in East Since Western Trip.
NEW YORK, Sept. 30. "Knockout"
Brown, the East Side lightweight, made
his first appearance in a local ring
since his return from tha Pacific Coast
and had the better of Danny Ridge in
a ten-round bout tonight. Ridge did
superior work in the first three rounds.
Brown went to the floor from a hard
right to the Jaw in the first round,
but was up immediately.
After the third round Brown's ex
perience told and he outfought Ridge
in the next six rounds. The tenth was
even, both men trying hard for a
knockout. They weighed in the neigh
borhood of 135 pounds.
ALL- STARS AGAIN VICTORS
Vancoaver Champions Lose Second
Game to Picked Team.
VANCOUVER, B. C. Sept. 30. A
weird call by Umpire Kelly enabled the
All-Stars to break a tie in the seventh
inning and win the second game of
the series from the Vancouver cham
pions. The final score was 4 to 8.
Kantlehner pitched a steady game, but
the Canucks bit him hard in the early
stages. Hall was erratic and his sup
port was wobbly. Score:
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Vancouver.. .8 6 6A11-Stars....4 9 2
Batteries Hall and Grindle; Kantle
hener and Hannah.
FRATERNITY DEFENDS AUTHOR
Baseball Players' Association to Sup
port Those Who Write of Series.
NEW YORK, Sept 30. Baseball play
ers who wrote articles for newspapers
on the coming world's series will have
h. mnnAri nf the baseball Dlayers'
fraternity, it was announced today by
David JU iruitz, presmem ot me ursa.ii-
cult marl a statement regarding
the rule laid down by the National
commission proniDiung players oi ine
competing teams from writing on the
championship games or allowing their
names to be signed to articles written
Claim by Scout Is Refused.
CINCINNATI, Sept 30. The National
Baseball Commission refused today the
claim of Richard L. Guy against the
Washington club for 1500. Guy claimed
that amount for recommending Player
Shaw to Washington, with the under
standing that lt should be paid when
Bhaw made good.. The commission
holds that the claim is not enforceable
until the player makes good, and the
Washington club notified the commis
sion that it would be ready to settle
when Shaw demonstrated his ability .to
bold bis own in major league company.
VIEWS OF THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE DRILLING
SPEED PLAYS FOR SATURDAY'S GAME v
AGAINST MULTNOMAH CLUB.
- TMM-SS- a
KRAUSE IS RESCUER f Q
' ? if
Great Record of Victories Off
sets West's Sore Arm.
WILLIAMS STAYS AT TOP
BUI Rodgers Within 1 Hits of
League Record Coy Tlea His
Own Season's Mark of 1
Home Ran Swats.
Four Pacific Coast twlrlers, Krauae,
of Portland; Stroud, of Sacramento, and
Hitt and Harkness, or Venice, nave
been amassing quite a record the past
whan tm wna TAtiirnftd victor over
Oakland yesterday, it marked Krause's
seventh victory in me iaBt eignv samcs
pitched. Harry's strength is a big fac
tor at this stage of the race, for Hi
West's arm has been giving him con
Ralph Stroud, of Sacramento, has
wnn .n mtmlcrhtm And 10 of the last
11 games pitched. Hitt has oaptured
eight or tne last nine games no ima
twirled, while Harkness, up to yester-
H.i haA a rmn.nrA nf HfiVen Of eight
with a 13-innlnsT tie against Malarkey
on the side.
Wllllama Leads League.
Williams, of Sacramento, remains the
chief winning pitcher in the league.
with 16 victories and seven aeieais.
Harkneu is second. Leifield third and
Stroud fourth. West leads Portland
with a winning percentage of .615, Ma-E-erman
ranking second with .600,
James third, 583; Hlgginbotham fourth.
.571; Krause and Krapp rum at .00,
and Stanley last with one loss and no
In batting Maggert of Los Angeles,
went back into the lead with a gain
of nine noints. His average is .819.
Speas, of Portland, stands second with
.315; Bayless, of Venice, third witn .51a;
then Lober, of Portland, .309; Johnston,
of the Seals, and Rodgers, of Portland,
.308, and Doane, of Portland, .306.
Lober and Doane each slumped eight
Rodgers Near Record.
In the batting statistics Bill Rodgers,
Portland's great batting bulwark, is
within 19 hits of Bayless' record of
the 1913 season, with 228 safeties.
Coy, of the Oaks, tied his own home
run record of 19 on September 26.
San Francisco Is now within 15 sto
len bags of Los Angeles' record of 337
established last season. Jimmy John
ston, of the Seals, leads the country
with 107 up to this week.
Last year Portland led the league
with 66 triples. So far this year Ven
ice has banged out 87, Sacramento 67,
Oakland 58, Los Angeles 56 and Port
The Coast pitching statistics up to
the present series are as follows:
Odr'H'O IJ a pa
PITCHERS, 5 ? " : " ; r
and : : : ; 2 3 3 3 :
CLUB. . : : . glil;
.... . reaan.
Williams. S 23 16 7 0 .696 0 1 8 1 S
Harkness. V 21 14 7 1 .66 7 0 1 1 1 3
Fanning. S. F... 37 24 13 0 .849 1 2 8 12
Llefleld. S. F... 14 0 5 O .843 0 O 1 0 O
Strand. S 35 22ll3 0.629 2 1 0 8 6
West. P 27 16110 1 .613 1114 8
Hitt, V 30 18112 0.600 0 1 1 4 5
Hagerman, P. .. 20 12 8 0 .600 2 0 2 5 3
Standrfge, S. F. 5 3 2 0 . 600 0 0 1 0 2
Malarky, 0 38 22 15 1 .595 1 1 2 3 4
James. P 37 21 15 1 .583 14 15 2
Klawltter, 8.. 24 14 10 0 .583 0 2 0 4 8
Hlgglnbo'am, P.. 85 20jl6 0 . 671 1, 1 8 4 1
Raleigh, V. 2112 8 0..571 0 1 0 1
Krause, P 24 12110 2 .545 1 2 1 8 1
Krapp, P 22 12110 0 .645 1 1 8 6 8
Pernoll, O.-S. F. 24 13.11 0.642 0 0 0 1 1
Christian. O J5 8 7 0 .533,1 0 111
Prultt. 0 17 9 8 0.529 0 0 0 3 1
Tomer? L. A 2 15 14 0 .517 0 1 1 2 2
Chech. L, A. ... 33 17 16 0 .518 0 0 3 2 2
Koestner, V 45 23 22 Oj-Sll 2 4 8 6 8
Baum. V 36 18 1 8 0 . 600 0 1 3 1 2
Perrltt. L. A... 35(17 17 1.500 1 0 2 1 5
Lively? S 22 1111 0.600 1 0 1 1 1
Overall, S. F.... 10 5 6 0.50(1 0 0 0 2 1
Griffin V 4 2 2 0 .500 0 0 0 0 0
Rvan. L A 31 15 16 O .44 0 O 1 3 3
Slagle. L. A 20 9 10 1.474 0 O 2 8 0
Abies O. 1 10 0 .474 0 0 0 4 2
Crabbe. I A.- 17 81 0 .471 0 3 118
Klnsella, 8 15 7 8 0 .467 0 0 1 0 0
Baker. S. F 22 1!12 0 .455 0 3 0 2 1
Henley S. F 29 13 10 C.448 0 0 1 8 3
Airelaes, S 81 1217 2 .414 1 1 3 4 4
Klepfer. V 11 4 7 0 .364 0 0 1 0 0
K llllay! 0 30 10ll9 1 .341 1 2 0 3 8
Munselt'B 18 6!U 2.313 0 1 8 0 0
"Brlen. 0 5 14 of.200 0 0 0 0 0
Gregory. O-L. A IS 3 13 2 .188 0 0 0 0 0
Jackson L. A.. 6 1 6 0.167 0 0 0 1 0
Ferguson. V 7 1 8 0 .143 1 0 0 0 1
Stanley P 1 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0
Schenk. 0 2 0 2 01.000 0 0 0 0 0
Also one no-hlt game.
Also one one-hit gam.
September 28 Inclusive.
PROPOSED BOXIXG BOTJT IS OFT
Goodwin Injures Hand and Will Be
Unable to Meet Mahoney.
Al Goodwin, the 160-pound Centralla
boxer, who was to have met Mahoney,
of the Butler Club, at the recent smoker
given by the Portland Newsboys' Asso
ciation, injured his hand and was un
r I ? J,
- &rJ?. S
Top Coach Stewart Grooming; His
squad In Keif rail from .-iiicr.
Middle A Scrimmage oa the Lawn.
Bottom Shaw. Injured Captain, Who
Will Be Out of the Game for Two
able to appear at the scheduled time.
While striking a machine used to reg
ister how hard one can. hit, Goodwin
broke several ligaments in the back
of his right hand and at present is un
able to use the injure? member.
Last night the Centralla boxer said
he would meet Mahoney as soon as his
hand was in better shape. A bout had
been scheduled for soon after October
1. but Goodwin Is unable to get In
shape before two or three weeks.
TIME AT SALEM FAST
OAKLAND MOORE AVIXS ALL 3
HEATS OF 2:18 TROT.
Rags, Dnrfee's 3-Tear-Old, Takes
Both Heats of Futurity Red
Rock First in Pace.
SALEM, Or.. Sept 80. (Special.)
Fast time was made today at tne state
Fair track, the weather and track
being perfect. A large crowd attended
the races and the enthusiasm far ex
ceeded that of the opening day at
the track. Red Rock, owned and driven
bv Joe McGulre, had everytning nis
own way in the 2:25 pace, coming
under the wire first in each of the
three heats. Oakland Moore, a van
couver horse, driven by McKay, finished
winner In all three heats or the 3:is
Rags, a 3-year-old. belonging to W.
C. Durfee, took both heats of the
Futurity trot from H. C. Fletcher's
Robin West, with Wilson up. In the
2:18 trot Prince Seattle, driven by
Woodcock, was In an ugly mood, and
although running fourth in the first
heat was placed last by tne juuges De
niiin of reDeated running.
The relay Tace was similar to that
of Monday, Armstrong gainea oa sec
onds Monday over Guyette and six sec
onds over Gerking. This gives Arm
strong a total lead of 1:62 over Guyette
and seven seconds over Gerking. In
justice to Guyette it must be said that
he is a splendid rider and were he as
well mounted as the other riders
would undoubtedly give his opponents
a sharp fight The summary: .
a. ok SlOOft!
Red"" Rook '. (MoOuire) 111
Pointers Daughter (Stewart) 2 2 2
t - tj (Merrill) 3 8 3
Bonnie B "As.tei"onJ J 5 J
Red Hal ..(Lindsey) 6 4 6
Lillle Hal (Woodcock) a o o
Time, 2:12, 2:18, 2:14.
2:18 trot, purse ?800. ,.,,,
Unn ...iMcKar) 111
t, nTinn.v (Lance) 3 2 2
Sunset Belle ...(Howltt) 2 4 6
Prince Seattle ........ (Woodcock) 683
Zomdell (Arehey) 5 4 4
Lady Dillon (Tilden) 4 8 6
Time. 2:1654, 2:15H. 2:15
Three-year-old trot, Futurity No. 8, purse
eonnn h.it tvn out of three:
Raits ' (Durfee) 1 1
Robin West (Wilson) 2 z
Time. 2:26. 2:25.
Second heat relay race, purse S1500:
Armstrong, first, 5:23; Gerking, second,
0:29; Guyette, third. 8:15.
Pennsylvania Star in Hospital.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept 30. The Uni
versity of Pennsylvania football team
will line up against Franklin and Mar
shall on Franklin Field tomorrow
minus the services of Captain Young,
star halfback, who is In the hospital
suffering with a badly- swollen foot
He was sent there today when lt was
feared that blood-poisoning would set
In as a result of an abrasion caused by
wearing a tight Bhoe in Saturday's
game. He Is not expected to De out
of the hospital- for several days.
Cincinnati Defeats Columbus.
COLUMBUS, O.. Sept 30. Cincinnati
Nationals defeated the Columbus Amer
ican Association team today, 2 to 0.
! R. H. E. R. H. E.
rinKlniifltl 2 4 HColumbus 0 5 0
Batteries Packard, Davenport and
Blackburne; Davis, scott ana naurpny
TERS OUT FOR
EASY PREY T
Licenses Exhausted in Stores
Because so Many Are Off
to Kill Pheasants.
TAME BIRDS NUMEROUS
Game Warden to Take Precautions
That Females Are Not Shot
and That "o Hunting Goes
on Inside City Limits.
m, i. will be a bad one 'for the
pheasants, for today the first open sea
son in two years begins. The respite
from killing had evidently decided the
hunters to go into the field with a ven
geance, for last night " "was impos
sible to secure a : "
- wih issue them.
Early In the day the books with which
the .dealers were furnished earlier in
ine limit. o" - . . .
any day. and this number will be easy
to reach, for tne lmuiuiu "
become so tame that the hunter who
cannot use the front end of the gun
with the proper results can club them
Game Warden to Be Bnsy.
i w..n Finlev will have
a particularly Jarge force , of h""
in the neia to wiuu oBa..- " Li.":
. . , whnn voung the
or remaie pww" .
male and female look very much alike.
and he expects to gei nmJ -who
will have to stand a fine of 825 for
killing the wrong kind of bird.
He will also have men watching to
see that there is no shooting inside the
city limits. Portland is one of the
J flnnka which
game reserve. i
are continually rising from the long
grass in the suDurDs win uo
but Mr. Finley will have enough men
on hand to make shooting a costly
Islands Are In Reserve.
. , - n..ll,r knnwn. but ROSS
Island and Swan Island, at -opposite
ends of the harDor. are uul" "
game reserve. These places are liter
ally covered with pheasants. The game
wardens will be on hand with several
However, those who travel a little
ways from the city will have all the
chance that the city limit hunters will.
In all parts of the state the palatab e
birds are numerous, and few people
make a drive in any direction without
raising a flock of the vari-colored birds.
The farmers throughout the country
side will get up early to get first crack
at the birds their crops have been feed
ing all year.
Boston S-S, New Tork 2-0.
NEW YORK. Sept 80. Boston de
feated New Tork both games of a double-header
today, the first 3 to 2 and
the second 3 to 0. In the opener Leon
ard held New York to seven scattered
hits. Boston hit Ford hard. In the
second game Moseley held the home
team to two singles. McHale did ef
fective work in the pinches and kept
the score down. The second was called
In the eighth because of darkness.
Boston I New Tork
n tl n i R
Enirie.1. . .
i 1 1 -UVTnlftpl.S. .
1 17 0 lHartzeu,r
o o o
S 0 1
Lewis, l. . .
Ford.D. . . .
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Totals. 84 12 27 15 1
Tntala. '30 T 27 16 1
Batted for Ford
In eighth; "ran for
Sweeney In eigntn .
Boston t 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
New York 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-11
Runs Rehjr, Engle. Cady, Malsel, White-
man. Sacrifice hits Hooper, jueonara, nart-
zell Stolen bases Yerkes, recmnpaugn.
Left on bases Boston 6, New Tork 2. Dou
ble plays Yerkes to Engle: Janvrln to
Irfonard a, by Ford 1, by Schulz 2. Hits
ttrr h'nrn I z in a miuiukb. uii v ...
1 Inning. Time 1:37. Umpires Evans and
Boston j New York
Lewis, 1. . .
4 14 0 0
1 K 0 0
S 0 1 0 0
4 2 S 0 0
4 12 0 0
3 2 0 1 0
8 114 0
4 10 10
4 10 1 0Reynolds,o
3 0 0 1 OlIcHale.p..
Totals. 83 11 24 8 01 Totals. 25 2 24 t 8
n ft i a a a l n
New Y-ork 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Called at end of eighth; darkness.
Runs Rehg. Mundy. Hooper. Two-base
hits Hooper, Rehg. Stolen bases Hansen
HooDer. Left on bases Boston 5. New York
2 Double plays Gardner, Yerkes and Mun
dv struck out By McHale 3, by Moseley 8
. -1 ' . .. k.n. ntt UHala 1 ntf Mni.l.v 1
k., i,-h.- v..k. bv McHale. Wild
oltches McHale i. Time 1:5. Umpires
Egan and Evans.
Washington $, Philadelphia 0.
Washington. SeDt. 80. Ayres. a
recruit pitcher from Richmond. Va.,
shut the Athletics out, 3 to 0. The
young star pitched a fine game, strik
ing out 11 and giving no bases on
balls. Boardman was wild and the sup
port behind him was weak. The cham-
STANDINGS CI" THIS TEAMS.
W. L. P.C.I
. OT 49 .008Boston. .. ,
..86 58 .5U8iBrooklyn..
. S6 65 .60 Cincinnati,
, 78 68 .53lSt. Louis.
ox r9 A42lChlcasro
W. L. P.C.
07 82 .440
65 8. .442
64 87 .424
48 00 .Stil
nr..vi.Jtnn RT A.-1 KRft Detroit
7T 71 .817
64 85 .430
50 94 .378
1. . . . , . . ,c1 C. 1 1 m
i-ieveiana.. oow.imum .. . . ..u
Boston T8 6.631New Vork.. 55 83.368
' Western Ieajrae.
Denver... 101 60 .627 Omaha. .. .
Des Moines 81 70 .505Topeka. . . .
St. Joseph. 85 77 .525,6ioux City
Lincoln..... 83 79.512 Wichita...,
77 83 .481
12 88 .453
72 88 .450
63 88 .381
"Western League Lincoln 8. Denver 2:
Wichita 12, Topeka 8; Sioux City 12, Omaha
2; St. Joseph 0, Des Moines 8.
Games Scheduled Today.
Pacific Coast League Oakland at Port
land. Los Angeles at Venice, Sacramento at
San f ru-ucisce.
How the Series Stand.
Paclflo Coast League Portland 1 gams,
Oakland no game; San Franoisco 1 gams,
Sacramento no game; Los Angeles 1 game,
Venice no game.
Portland Pacific Coast Batting Averages.
AB. H. Av.l AB. H. Av.
Speas.... 251 79 .815 Krause... 121 82.262
Rodgers. 682 210 .SOS;
Lober.... 443 136.307
Doane... 5J8 162 .307
Hlggln'm. 124 37.308
Fisher 37 100 .297
r t-J.,, A M 13S ftfi
James.... 98 22.229
IMcuorm a av oo .14
Krapp... 05 12.185
Davis.... 30 8.167
I.Stanley.. 6 1.167
SO 11 .1!3
i Derrick . . 441 117 '.265MoCredl. ,
1 0 .000 j
second-string men again
1 0 0
2 2 0
2 3 1
Ayres.p. . .
Totals. 32 4 24 6 8 Totals. 30 7 27 0 2
Philadelphia 0 0000000 0 0
Washington O Oil 100 8
Rons Foster. Morgan, Henry. Two-base
hit Gandll. Sacrifice hit Acosta. Stolen
bases Milan, Morgan, Acosta ana MCBrios.
Double plays Carruthra to Orr; Morgan to
MrRrMa to Gondii. Left on bases Phlla-
deplhia 6, Washington . First on balls
uir ncaraman o. rst on err urn riiuauc.
phla 2. Washington 2. Hit by pitcher
Brlckley. by Ayres. Struck out By Board
man 4. hv Avres 11. Passed balls Glebel 2.
Time 1:45. Umpires Connolly and Dlneen.
'CHICK" WRIGHT LOSES BY 18
W. C. D-uniway Noses Out Victory
In Handicap With Champion.
riaanlt O Tom. rlf Bll rllTl nf 121
caroms at 18. balkHne, "Chick" Wright,
Pacific Coast billiard champion, lost his
handicap match to W. C. Dunlway, the
local champion, last night at the Wal
dorf parlors. The score was 200 to
387, the local favorite running his 200
before wrignt couia cues, on ine una-i
13 of his scheduled string or 4uu mark
ers. - ,
It required 24 innings for Duniway
to make his total, while Wright used
up but 23. Before Duniway made his
last run of 23 Wright made his sensa
tional run and needed but 13 to put
him out- Wright's average for the
evening was 17 18-23. with 8 8-24 tor
Walter McGovern. a local attorney.
introduced the players. Both men
will be seen for the last time tonigni
i w.Mnrf M.lnM Xfr. Wrls-ht
has completed his arrangements and
will leave for uacoma tomorrow msm.
Pnllnvlnv la tha onr hv i T1 fl i T1 ITS
made by the Ban Francisco man: 0, 3,
14. 4, 8. 0, 21, 0, 35. 2, 2, 8, 17. 13, 2, 26,
23, 46, 2, 19. 14, 12, 121 Total, 387.
Hjr rt.mfwov'a .cnr. hv Inninirs fol-
lows: 3, 11, 1, 0, 7. 1, 13, 11. 2, 1. 1. 25,
1, 28. 18. 14, II, 8. 7. 2, 11. 1. 0. 23
WhllA tooVllner a mamhAr nf the H6C-
ond team, George Butterfield, end on
the Hill Mlltary Academy eleven,
struck on his shoulder with such force
as to break it. This is the first acci
dent reported from any of the local
interscnoiastio camps, wmon win .ecy
the injured member out for the rest ot
All the Portland Interscholastic
teams are negotiating with various
.n ma fw n.tttlna O-AVTIAfl Anil but On
has been definitely settled for next
Saturday. Portland Academy, under
Coach Huriourt, wm leave lor r,sm-
cada to meet the ilign scnooi eleven
of that place. Hurlburt will take 17
or 18 players.
-dHa.,a . d ,- i TnAniTir nf tba Co
lumbia University Alumni were unable
n niaw i.bi RiinHuv tha annual Alumni-
kU . " J .UBb -""""J .
Columbia University game had to be
called oil ana on account h mo ui
..h.Mia thu nrAD schoolers the
game may not be played this year.
a-.a vmi-nnvsr B. C rilaver has
' - ' , .
. . . , mil . (It I .. am.o
been annexea to tue ni suuwj -ucu
In the person or iauir, wuo wa ui
with the team yesterday for the first
time. Mulr is out ior a tatiuo
i first Portland Inter
scholastic League game is October 8.
on Multnomah Field, no ' out-of-town
team will play here on- mat uay. xim
umisrv nd Washington High settle
their differences on that day.
-nh nf th Columbia Uni
versity eleven, is out for a game with
a Seattle Hign ocnooi wm. w""
Anne and Broadway High are among
the teams Mr. Bach wanU to meet
later on in the season.
Peterson, of the Lincoln High, who
received a wrenched ankle while in
scrimmage last Friday, will be out with
the team for practice inuruj.
man, star fullback, will be back also,
after being out of the game nursing a
j Sporting Sparks
OHNNY DOBBS likely will manage
J the Toledo,Mud Hens, of the Amer
ican Association next year. After
Hartley's tinwaring' Bronkie stepped
into the managerial brogans. but
Bronkie has been drafted by the Chi
cago Cubs. Dobbs formerly was man
ager of the Chattanooga Southern
The Oakland'ciub was lucky to f-
at the Oregon.
Tou'll enjoy the
Miss Ruth Bigelow,
assisted by the
specialties in costume
THE HOTEL ORE
under the leadership
lunch, dinner and
after the theater.
M Complete the Vm
lii ' evening ?
1.1:1 at tha Oregon. r V;l
Do a tiling incomparably "well
and the public will beat a path
to your door tho' you live in a
fnrpst. ' Emerson.
Last week I doubled my floor space. This week I
am handing out the greatest of values in
Blue Serges, Browns, Grays, Worsteds, Cheviots.
Don't wait until it rains.
TAKE THE ELEVATOR AND LOOK OVER MY
RAINCOATS. SEE MY SPECIAL AT 10.00
PORTLAND'S ORIGINAL UPSTAIRS CLOTHIER
315-316-317 Oregonian BIdg. Elevator to 3d FIoor
m rfua wbTlm tha only
pliyer claimed and St. Loul. cancelled
its drart. .
. . . . . ... fiv. nlsvers
uaKiana nss umn." ; i.-
Catcher Schang. from St. L ou is.
Pitcher Beck, from Nashville. Pitcher
Barrenkamp, from """"""V,. i
Catcher Jenkins, from Memphis, and
Outfielder Mlddleton, from Wichita.
The Oaks tried to draft Outfielder
Messenger from Birmingham, but tne
majors beat them to him.
Del Howard says McCarl either is
a bug or a fool. The Seal first-Backer
was recailed from Spokane several
weeks ago, but says he doeBn t Intend
playing ball any more.
I know It Is rail, for they're pulling- the
On the'lrYootball elevens "all up In the air":
Each college is cluttered with cripples pi
Each prld'ls a battlefield flowing with gore
To Judge by the papers they're all shotohel.
But I've heard this betors. Haven't yout
MILWAUKEE TAKES PEJOfANT
American league Race-Ends After
Exciting, Close Contest.
CHICAGO. Sept. 80. The American
Association closed yesterday what Pres
ident Chivington pronounced a very
Milwaukee Is the new pennant wln-
a nm tn the closeness of
which is ascribed the success of the
Four of six clubs were pennant con
. . j . v a VMai TYnnidfffi Milwaukee
Columbus early In the season, then
Louisville and finally Minneapolis bat
tled at the top and the keenness of the
race and the uncertainty of Its outcome
kept the fans all over the circuit inter
n-v. - riin.1i1ra rtl-i V, ft la understood
X UQ in.. yt a, uvv .- " ' -
will play a post-season series with the
Denver team, winner In the Western
League, although definite arrangements
have not been maae ior ine contest.
Harvard Has secret Practice.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Sept. 30. The
Harvard 'varsity football squad went
behind closed gates for secret practice
todav. The date of secret preparations
la tha earliest since football has been
played at Cambridge. The varsity
I If you circled the world on the
tail of a comet, you couldn't pass
'em there 'd always be another
Ford ahead. More than 325,000
Fords are everywhere giving un
equalled service and completest '
satisfaction. Anywhere, you can
" Watch the Fords go by."
Five hundred dollars is the new price of the
. Ford runabout; the touring car is five
I fifty; the town car seven fifty all f. o. b.
Detroit, complete with equipment. Get cat
I alogue and particulars from Ford Motor
Company, 61 Union ave.f corner East Davis
Ilk . Jlf
fctjaj-ap. iKili pi u-i" i in nHii iii T m llatlT'i i I n i.iMHii'l ml mm n rrm nil II-in unmni n
eleven today presented what Is re
garded as its strongest backtleld when
rlardwlck, Brickley and Mahan lined
up. Hardwlck became available to the
eleven today for the first time, having
passed the examinations which deter
mined his eligibility.
Kindergartens in Worcesrer, Mass., cost
on an average oi t.po a pupu tor mi -
elementary grades cost sot.vi, aign kiii
on fine Havana and
Domestic tobaccos, but
the General Arthur never
varies. The good name of
General Arthur is worth
more to us than the amount
we could save. A General
Arthur Is always mild-always
fragrant always satisfying al
ways the best for the price,
Toflfc Numla Thlrtu-lhrm
rAiisiisfli.il sft n -