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THE 3IOHXIXG OREG
OXIAX. THURSDAY. APKIL 2. in.4.
two days to one. the one to be Frldav
COLTS WIN 9 TO 8
OVER BLACK GIANTS
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Chairman Karmar. of the boxing
committee, has a good list of talent,
but he" decided that it would be better
to give the fans one good programme
than two short ones. Accordingly he
chose the one night only.
The card will be staged in the Mult
nomah gymnasium and will start at 8
P. M., thus insuring complettion at a
reasonable hour. The Beaver. Haw
thorne. Woodlawn and Armory Ath
letic clubs have entered no boxers,
which leaves the meet to Multnomah
and the Newsboys' Club. The latter
will have a 115-pounder named Mascott
besides Abe Gordon, the 110-pounder.
HARVARD GRIDIROX SIEX OUT
Thirty-Five Football Aspirants He
port to Coach Haughton.
' CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. April 1. Thirty
flv men reported to Coach Haughton
for the first Harvard football practice
of the year today.
H. R. Snyder, a former Harvard
player, who has been coaching the
Western Reserve University team, as
sisted Haughton, giving particular at
tention to the backs and ends.
TRANSFER HELD UP
Today. TSiursday, April 2di
and Continues Until
Fans in Canadian City Will
; Have Another Week in Which
to Decide on Course.
Negroes Tie Up Score in First
Half of Ninth but Whitt's
Hit in Last Half Counts.
Saturday Night at 10:30 See Letter From
ABERDEEN FORCED TO WAIT
Yashiiiglon Harbor City Begins to
Think It Is Being: Used" by .
Owners of Bees as Club to
Hold Over Canadians.
ABERDEEN, Wash., April 1. (Spe
cial.) Baseball fans here were disap
pointed today when word was received
that L. A. "Wattelet, and T. P. McCon
aell. owners of the Victoria franchise,
had extended the option on the club
given Victoria fans, for one week, or
until 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
There was also a feeling prevalent to
day that the proposal of Aberdeen to
buy the franchise is being used as a
plub to beat the Victoria fans into line.
Wattelet expected to leave Victoria
yesterday for the Harbor. It was sup
posed that he would stop over in Seat
tle, and perhaps Tacoma, to consult
vith the league magnates there, but
latest advices said that he was still in
Fans here, however, have not given
up hope. Reports from Victoria indi
cate that the town is not overly anxious
to keep the franchise. The option is
really in the hands of real estate opera
tors, who will not exercise it unless
they can get the most enthusiastic sup
port, something which has been lacking
It is felt here that the option will not
be exercised. Word will be sent Vic
toria that the Harbor's offer will be
withdrawn upon .the date fixed for the
exp'ration of the option to Victoria.
That will prevent any more juggling
with the Harbor as a foil. It will also
provide a definite date for the settle
ment of the whole affair.
Promoters here feel that the Harbor
cannot afford to wait more than a week
longer. Further delay would mean in
ability to get a team together.
TWILIGHT CHAMPION'S LOSE
Vancouver Northwestern Team Beats
'Saskatoon, 2 to 1.
VANCOUVER, B. C, April 1. Last
year's champions of the Twilight
League, gave a combination of Van
couver Northwestern League regulars
and colts a fast game here today, the
Vancouver team winning by two runs
to one. Double steals accounted for
both Vancouver runs. Score:
R- H. E. R. H. E.
Vancouver .2 2 2Saskatoon ..1 2 1
Batteries Northrup. Harstad, Kallie
and Mackie, Pembroke; Collins, Slater
IvEGAL FIGHT XKAKS ISSUE
Dreyfuss Prepares for Court Battle
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., April 1. Bar
ney Dreyfuss, president of the Pitts
burg National League club, arrived here
tonight, accompanied by Ellis G. Kln
kead, an attorney, to present docu
mentary evidence tomorrow in support
of injunction proceedings against Fed
eral League agents and against their
counter charge that organized baseball
Is a trust and its contract illegal.
JIr. Dreyfuss brought players' con
tracts and a copy of the agreement be
tween National League clubs, wlfich
the court ordered him to procure. The
petition seeking an injunction was
brought under the so-called Arkansas
contract labor law. The temporary
injunction obtained against S. H. Cam
nitz. Federal League agent, prevents
him from attempting to induce his
former teammates on the Pittsburg
team to sign witli the new league and
attempts will lie made to make this in
HOXEYMAX TROPHY AWARDED
AVashinsloil High Cross Country
Team Formally Accepts Prize.
At a formal assembly at the Wash
ington High School yesterday the vic
torious cross-country team received
the Honeyman Hardware . Company
trophy and Hiram Humphrey received
the trophy for being the first runner
to break the tape. At the time of the
race last Saturday the judges awarded
Harold Dnninion, of Jefferson, and
Hiram Humphrey, of Washington a tie
for first place, but after taking the
matter up with Mr. Honeyman, of the
Honeyman Hardware Company, Hum
phrey received the trophy.
The 14-foot pennant given to the
winning skating team by the Oaks
management last Winter was formally
awarded to the Washington High yes
terday. Lincoln High. Jefferson High
and the winners competed in the skat
ing meet last December.
KEGATTA TO STAIiT AT 10 A. St.
California Concedes Time Dispute to
Other Two Contenders.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 1. The pis
tol crack that will sond the varsity
crews of the Universities of California
and Washington and Stanford sweeping
down the Oakland estuary Saturday,
April 11. will be heard at 10 o'clock in
It was definitely announced tonight
that the parleys between the three uni
versities occasioned by California's in
sistent demand that the race be rowed
in the afternoon because of more fa
vorable conditions had closed with the
blue and gold deferring to the wishes
of Stanford and Washington.
MGItAW'S ASSAILANT FIXED
Manager of Huston Team Also Sus
pended for Episode.
BEAUMONT. Tex., April 1. John J.
McUraw, manager of the New York
Nationals, today received this telegram
lrom the owners of the Houston League
"After investigation of the deplora
ble affair that took place on our
grounds yesterday we have, for the part
Newman took in same, suspended him
indefinitely and fined him J.50."
Pat Newman, manager of the Hous
ton. Tex., team, knocked McGraw down
as the result, it is said, of remarks on
the coaching line which Newman re
sented. BOXING TOUBXEY REDUCED
Club's City Championship Fails tT
Draw Expected Hig Entry List.
Because of a lax entry list, Multno
mah Club's city championship boxing
tournament has been cut down from
WORLD POLO MEET SURE
EXPOSITION OFFICIALS SET AJ-IDE
100,000 FOR TOURNAMENT.
Director of 1915 Fair Believe Score of
Foreign Nations 'Will Be Repre
sented at Proponed Event.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 1. One hun
dred thousand dollars was set aside to
day by directors of the Panama-Pacific
Exposition for the furtherance of a
world's polo tournament the iirst ever
to be held, it is saiC.
"With the approval of the American
Polo Association already granted, ex
position officials said tonight it seemed
reasonable to hope that a score of
countries will be represented by one or
more teams each. The time set, March
15 to May 1, 1915, insures good weather
here, and at the same time provides for
the closing of the tournament ahead of
the usual dates for other big matches
in the East and West. It was learned
that Chile, Argentina, Germany, Eng
land, Ireland, Hawaii, Cuba, Canada
and India already have been sounded,
with flattering responses. In America
efforts will be made to line up the best
civilian teams and those of the Army.
Major-General Leonard Wood is named
as an honorary -director, and it is not
thought unlikely that there will be a
President's cup or other trophy.
The executive committee announced
today is made up mostly of prominent
polo players under the chairmanship
of J. S. Tobin. Within 30 days two
special commissioners will go abroad
in the interests of the tournament.
They are John B. Miller, of Pasadena,
chairman of the Pacific Coast subcom
mittee of the American Polo Associa
tion, and J. Cheaver Cowdin, a member
of the same committee. Both are mem
bers of the executive committee under
Tobin. Before sailing they will hold
conferences with Eastern polo enthu
siasts, and with General Wood,
through whom they hope to reach the
cavalry teams of foreign armies.
Nearly every polo player of note In
America is on the list of honorary directors.
Track Team Tour Fruitful.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 1. The first
tangible result of the successful in
vasion of Australasia by the four-man
all-Amerlcan track team, which re
turned home yesterday, was made
known today through the publication
of a statement that Australasia will
send a team to San Francisco to take
part in tie t'anama-Pacllic Exposition's
International games. This plan is said
to be traceable directly to the visit of
the American athletes, and to the
lavoraDie 'mpression they created.
Detroit Team Unable to Play.
CHATTANOOGA, Tetin., April 1. De
troit Americans-Chattanooga, Southern
League game postponed, wet grounds.
BIG MEDFORD CROWD OUT
Callahan Starts Game for Xick and
Gives Way to Battiste, Two Huns
In Lead in Fifth Latter Does
Fair Work to Finish.
MEDFORD, Or.. April 1. (Special.)
Batting out two runs in the first
half of the ninth and tlelng the
score, 8 to Is, the Colored Giants later
saw their hopes vanish and were
sent down to defeat at the local ball
park this afternoon, when Whltt, of
Portland, laced out a blngle to right
field fence in the last half, making the
final score 9 to 8 in favor or the Port
land Colt. After eight innings of
rather stupid ball-playing the two
teams seemed to wake up in the ninth
and furnished the most exciting and
thrilling finish ever seen in a ball
game on the local field.
The largest crowd on the present
trip, according to Nick Williams,
cheered the victors and applauded the
vanquished as they lett the field.
The feature of the game was the
hitting of Shortstop Lloyd, of the
Blacks, who laced out two home runs,
one of the longest hits ever seen on the
loeal field. Battiste, a former local
boy. pitched for the Colts for five in
nings and did fairly well. Callahan
started the game and the Colts had a
lead of two runs when he was taken
out. Battiste was put in the box in
the fifth and for.two Innings held the
In the seventh the Giants made two
runs and in the first part of the ninth
tied the score by banging out two
home runs. In the last half of the
ninth Coleman singled to left field and
Netzel got to first on an error made
by Wade and Whltt brought In the
winning score with a bingle to the
right field fence. Score:
. 2 3 Ufi.ml
1 1 Hill, in
O Barbour.r.. .
l,Monroe,2. . .
O Booker.c . .
B It II K
Fulton, 1 . . .
f'oltrin.s. . .
Coleman, c. .
Totals.. 35 9 11 21 Totals... 3D 8 11 3
Home runs. Lloyd 3. Three-base hit. t"ol
trin. Tno-base hits. Wide, Whltt. McKune.
Melchlor. Coleman. Monroe 2. Struck out
By Wade 7. by Callahan 4. bv Battiste 2.
Bases on balls Off Wade 4. off Callahan 4.
off Battiste J. Hit by pitched ball, by Wade
1. by Callahan 1, by Battiste 1. I mplre
Easterly. Time of came, :!:lo. Netzel bat.
ted for Battiste In the ninth.
MCXGER AVIXS BILLIARD MEET
Thoroughiiiaii and Dorland Figure In
VANCOUVER. Wash., April 1.
(Special.) Andrew Munger won the
grand prize in the billiard tournament
held in the Elks" Club during the
Spring and Winter months. Roy
Thoroughman and Arthur J. Dorland
won prizes for the highest runs during
the elimination series. The prizes were
There were 21 entries in the tourna
ment and National championship rules
were observed. The committee having
in charge the event were William E.
Hamilton, Clarence Salisbury and Rob
ert Schulz. A Spring tournament is to
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MMINNVILLE, Or, March 22. (SpeciaL) The McMinnville basketball
team which closed Its season the past week by administering two defeats
to the Newberg High School asserts title to the state basketball champion
ship. During the season it has defeated Vancouver High School. Astoria.
Clatskanie. Newberg. Beaverton. Forest Grove and Dallas. The onlv defeats
of the year were at Forest Grove and Dallas and both these losses were re
trieved by victories on the borne floor.
QUITS referred to
in letter reproduced
opposite are here and, as
directed by our New York
headquarters, will be placed on sale
this morning. It is part of
the policy ofhe United Clothes
Shops never to indulge in extravagant
claims for our garments, but this lot of
new Spring Suits is a real bargain
treat, even ' compared to the usual
United values. There is a full display
of these suits, taking up our entire
windows, and every size, every new
coloring and every new model will be
found here. All alterations made
free of charge, but can only promise
delivery same day to the earliest
' Back of
United Clothes Mfg.
6S6 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
March 2nd. , 1914
Mr. H. I. SEIGLEMAN, Mgr.
United Clothes Shop, Portland, Oregon.
Dear Sir: We have this day shipped you 287 suits
just manufactured of our short ends. These suit
ings were all in our regular fifteen dollar
line and consist of the latest shades in hair
line and diagonal weaves, in beautiful all-wool
worsteds; in browns, blues, grays and tans.
This lot of suits, especially, is a big bargain,
owing to the increase of prices on woolens that
is about to take place. However, would advise
and direct that you have a three-day special at
ten dollars, again demonstrating to the people
of your territory the incomparable values
always to be found in a United Suit.
United Clothes Mfg. Co.
Per H. I. S. r. g. Sales Mgr.
Choice of the Entire
STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT TILL. 10:30
262 Washington St., One Door Above Third
From Factory to Wearer
SCHOOL MAY PAUSE
FOR OPENING GAME
Teachers , Favor Half-Holiday
and Directors Are Expect
ed to Approve.
BOOSTERS TO MEET TODAY
Hon Kuclcr .loins Jess Garrett's
Helena Team, Jtapidly Being Put
Into Shape Japanese Players'
Coming bee ms Certain.
Sickness In the Portland public
schools always showed a decided In
crease in April. That fact has long
been well known, but the reason was
not clear. The new Board of Directors
has found both the reason and the cure.
The reason is opening day of Coast
League baseball in Portland and the
cure is a half holiday Tuesday, April
14, when Portland opens against Oak
land. The cure was practically assured at
a meeting of the Grade Teachers' As
sociation at the Hazel wood last night.
Directors riuciiner, Sommcr and t.
bin were invited to the meeting and
the matter came up. The Easter holi
days follow the remainder of that week
and the question of dealing with open
ing day came up.
The teachers voted In favor of mak
ing it a half holiday because of tlie
fact that even If the pupils do come to
school, the minds are all out at Vaughn
street anyway, and work is Impossible.
"Rather than spoil our efficiency and
health records. I would make Tuesday
a half holiday." says Mr. Plummer.
"The matter will be taken up at the
meeting of the Directors today, and 1
am sure that it will carry. I have a boy
who could not be Induced to go to
school and study on April 14. He
would become very 111 about noon and
we would have to write an excuse for
him. I would much rather see the
same avoided in other homes.' seeing
that I am on the Board myself."
The Baseball Boosters will meet at
the Hotel Portland today to take uj
fhial details In connection with the
opening day programme. It Is the ffe
sire of the committee to have the school
baseball teams in the parade, to give
the future fans the right start.
Jess Garrett's Helena Club of the
Cnlon Association has now been work,
lng a week and to say that Jess Gar
rett is pleased Is putting it mild. The
only unknown quantity at present is
the quality of the pitchers. The an
nouncement made yesterday, to the ef
fect that Don Rader, the ex-White Sox
recruit, had been sold by Lincoln of
the Western League to Helena, is an
other substantial addition to infield
strength of the Helena Club.
R:der has been tossed about consid
erably in his short baseball career. He
played with Pendleton in 1912 when
Garrett was manager of that team.
After the season he had a tryout with
Nick Williams but he failed to please
and started the season with Pendleton
the next Spring. He was later sold to
the White Box and after a short trial
shipped to the Lincoln Club for season
ing He was called In and again turned
back to Lincoln, but. failed to report.
The sale to Helena was the outcome.
Jess expects stil to get soma battery
material from Nick Williams or Walter
McCredie. One of his best bets at pres
ent is "Chubby" Arthur, the ex-Jefferson
High School star, who has pitched
several good innings for the Helena
Jess' lineup will not be a known
quantity for another two weeks. He
still has the crowd of bushers with
him daily, and until the series with
Nick Williams is over Garrett will not
do much pruning.
Dr. Selchi Oka. managing the Mikado
Club baseball team of this city, re
ceived further assurance yesterday
that the Keio University baseball team
of Japan would be here April 12. Grad
uate Manager Wilcox, of Stanford Uni
versity, is handling the schedule for
the Kelo University. The games are
mainly against college nines and the
local game will be the only one of the
schedule In which the Keio men play a
team of their own countrymen.
The Mikado Club of Portland is look
ing for a game next Sunday. The
Japanese played Helena at Vaughn
street last Sunday. and. though
trimmed, showed wonderful agility.
The manner in which the boys have
picked up the game is remarkable. The
club can be addressed in care of the
sporting department of The Oregonlan.
EUGENE AFTER VOTERS
EXTlirSIASTIC RKPIBI.IC.WS HOPE
TO DOUBLE registration.
01 C. TRIMS BAKER
Tri-State Team Goes Down
4-3, in Game at Corvallis.
CONTEST GOES 7 INNINGS
Wallace MrCamaat. of Portland,
takes Scathing Attack an Wilson
EUGENE, Or.. April 1. (SpeciaL)
Claiming a Republican majority of 2 to
1 in Une County, SOU enthusiastic Eu
gene Republicans set on foot tonight a
campaign oi insure the registration of
16,000 vofc-rs in Lane County, thus
doubling ".he present registration. A
permanent organization was perfected
and, although scarcely a Republican
candidate for the primaries was men
tioned, the speakers heaped scorn and
ridicule upon the Democratic Adminis
tration, both State and National.
Wallace McCamant. of Portland, at
tacked President Wilson. personally
and politically, declaring his foreign
policy as unsound, his Mexican policy
as uncertain and dangerous, and his at
titude on the tolls ridiculously incon
sistent. "Wilson's Administration is open to
very grave and very Just criticism." de
clared McCamant. "It is seriosuly
wrong. He announced that It was up
to the Mexicans to run their own af
fairs, and yet. in the very next breath,
he Is dictating their policies and telling
us that Huerta must be eliminated.
"West is a little man, rattling around
In a very big place. He is utterly unfit
for the position, and the " party that
elected him must be held responsible
for his antics.
M'nnie Washburn, woman suffrage
leader In Lane County at the 1912 elec
tion, refuted the charge that women are
not showing an interest In the ballot.
She declared that the women have not
fully realized the powers within their
grasp, that everything cannot be done
at once, and that the registration In
Lane County this year will show a re
marketable percentage of women.
Masonic Temple Xearly Finished.
' SHERIDAN. Or., April 1. (Special.)
The new Masonic Temple, costing
$15,000, is so near completion that Sher
idan Lodge No. 68. A. F. and A. M., has
applied to the grand lodge for special
dispensation to change the' place of the
next regular meeting from the present
temporary quarters to the new lodge
An Australian has obtained a Vntted ;Tat
patent for a process of tranaplanUoc livtnf
balr. on. bald acaas.
Collegians ;et Only rtour Hits Off
Meilc and Darling, but All Count,
While Culver, for Ajrjtles,
Keeps 'Km Scattered.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. Corvallis. April 1. (SpeciaL)
Coach Clarke's team this afternoon de
feated the Baker City club of the Trl
State League in the first of two bastily
arranged games to be played here. The
score was 4 to 3 at the end of the
seventh inning, when time was called
because of rain.
Captain Ben Culver heaved for the
Assies and behaved well, striking out
six men and keeping the seven hits
well separated. In the sixth Inning,
Akin, right fielder for the Baker club,
nicked Culver for a screaming poke
to center, which resulted in a round
trip with a man In front of him. The
other tally of the visitors was hung
up in the second on hits by French
and McDonald. The Aggies scored
three runs in the second frame. A
two-bagger by Robbins and three bob
bles in a row by the Eastern Orego
nians sent Robbins, Morgan and Wei
ler across the rubber. The fourth and
what proved to be the winning run
was chalked up by Fryer in the third,
who was safe on McLin's error, went
to second on Seibert's single and
reached third on an infield hit by Loof,
scoring when Robbins went out.
Baker used two pitchers. Meile and
Darling. Mclle started well, fanning
the first three men up. but weakened
in the second and was relieved at the
end of the fifth. Darling, a southpaw,
had the situation well in hand througn
out his two innings.
The teams play again tomorrow,
weather permitting. Williams and
More-land will be used in the box by
Clarke and Supple will catch. The
O. A. C. Culver, p.: Weller, c; Go
ble, lb; Seibcrts, 2b; Morgan, ss.; Fry
er, 3b; Loot. If.: Sinclair, cf.; Rob
Baker Mcile and Darling, p.; Mc
Donald, c; Jones, lb; Worden, 2b;
French, ss.: Parvis. 3b; Blair, If.; Mc
Lln, cf.; Akin. rf.
Score by innings:
R. H. E.
O. A. C 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4 4 1
Baker 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 7 5
Bases on balls, off Culver 2, off
Meile 1. Home run. Akin. Two-base
hits, Parvis, Robbins. Hit by pitched
ball. Culver. Struck out, by Culver 6.
by Meile 4, by Darling 2. Umpire.
Stoy-Vernon Fight OTf.
CHEHALIS. Wash.. April 1. (Spe
cial.) The Stoy-Vernon boxing con
test, which was thought to be all set
tled and signed up. is off again. Two
days ago Stoy's manager. Charles Jost,
had the signed agreement of Vernon,
specifying the terms for the contest.
Yesterday Vernon's manager sent Jost
other conditions which he wanted to
Insist on In tha matter of money, and
the match is again on.
Race Track Bill Goes Back.
.a..-ulis, MJ, April 1. By a vote
of 6 to 33 the House of Delegates to
nlut, eat t,h utl-m traj.lt gam
bling bill back to the committee, fol
lowing the action of the Senate last
niirht In similarly disposing of the
Williams antl-gambllng measure. It Is
regarded as Improbable that either bill
will be reported between now and the
cud of the session.
Newport Club Organized.
NEWPORT. Or.. Anril 1. (Kne.-l-l
A baseball team was organized in
Newport last night and arrangements
to play with Toledo. Waldport. Elk
City and Slletx Indians will be made
at once. The league is known as the
Lincoln County League. John Miller
will be cuptaln. C. V. Averil manager
and W. 11. Dougherty secretary and
WILLIAMS DUO LOSES FIGHT
Alleged "Taxi Irjrers" Must Return
lo Oregon, Says Court.
LOS ANGELES, April 1. Paul A. and
Harriet Williams, a. young couple ar
rested here recently on a telegraphic
warrant from Portland. Or. charging
them with having passed many worth
less checks on merchants, lost their
fight against extradition today.
The Superior Court ordered the cou
ple into the custody of Oregon authori
ties. The Williams couple is wanted on a
charge of obtaining money and mer
chandise to the value of 5tO by means
of forged checks. Several Portland
firms are the victims. A spectacular
turn was given the case by the asser
tion of a taxlcab chauffeur, who drove
the couple, that the woman mad fre
quent changes of costume in" the car
while traveling from place to place.
MARCH WEDDINGS ARE 163
Vancouver friees Hcturn of Prosperity
at License Bureau.
VANCOUVER. Wash., April 1. (Spe
cial.) Prosperity is returning, as
shown by the number of persons mar
ried In Vancouver in March. During
the month 163 licenses were Issued,
about t0 more than in February.
Six couples secured licenses todav
Fred Patterson and Mrs. Marie E. wii
kite, Walter Arndt and Laura Merrltt.
Robert Tawton and Ethel Usher. Wal
ter Zuercher and Helen Saucy, all ot
Portland: Arthur Schwarzbach, of New
York, and Miss Magna Heia, of Chrls
tianla. Norway, and Byron Fry and.
Miss Lulu Buker, of this city.
KImer Colwell Seriously HI.
Elmer B. Colwell. a well known lum
berman of this city. Is seriously HI at
his home. 9T5 Corbett street. About a
year and a half ago Mr. Colwell suf
fered a nervous breakdown and has
been an Invalid since. Mrs. Colwell
said yesterday that her husband's con
dition has been very low for the last