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TUB 3IORXIXG OREGONIAN, ' AVEDXESDAT, APRIL. 8, 1914.
in. but cmce added two more runs
COLTS TIE 111 HEAR
to the three gained in the first, while
Roy Hitt held the Angels to seven
hits. " Score:
Los Angeles Venice
B H O A El BHOAE
Magsert.m 4 0 2 O OiCarlisle.l .4 2 4 0 0
Page,2 ...4 2 4 5 0;Leani.2 ..3 1 O 5 0
Wolter.r ..3 2 1 O u Kane.ni ..3 2 1 00
Abstein.l. 4 1 10 OOBayless.r ..4 2 1 Oil
Harper.l .3.0 O 0 1 McArdle.a .4 1 3 5 0
Johnson.s 3 0 2 5 0;Borton.l .3 0 14 10
Metzger.3 .4 0 1 -! 0 Lltschi.3 ..4 1 1 3 2
Boles.c ...3 2 3 2 0 Elliott, c ..a 13 10
Harkms.p .O O O O UiHitt.p ....3 O 0 III
Beavers Lose Opener With Cal jga
uraDD.p ..a u j u u
Long, Drdwn-Out, 17-Inning
Game With Jesse Gar
rett's Helena Boys.
. 1 O O OO
Meek" ...1 O O 00
Ewing's Boys Through
Totals .33 7 24 1 4 1) Totals .
Batted for Haroer In ninth
.31 lO 27 18 2
Batted for Johnson in ninth.
Los Angeles 0 O 0 1 1 O 0 O 0 2
Hits 0 0 0 3 2 O 1 1 0 7
Venice ,...3 0 2 0 0 O 0 O 5
Hits 3 1 2 1 0 2 0 1 10
Runs. Page. Boles. Carlisle, Leard. Kane.
Bayless. McArdle. Hits made off Harkins, 3
and 3 runs. 3 at bat. taken out in first, one
on and none out. Charge defeat to Harkins.
DOANE AND WEST SLIP UP
Hard Game Goes to Boards
When It Appears AVon by Mc
Crcdie's Gang Speas Lands
Berth for Season at First.
PACIFIC COAST LKAfll'E gTANDDiGS.
' W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet.
I.. Angeles 5 2 .7141 Portland. . . 3 3 .500
Venice.... 4 3 .oTlfnacramento 2 4 .i.'i3
S.Fran... 4 3 .ailOakland. . . 2 5 .-SC
At San Francisco San Francisco 5. Port-
At Sacramento Oakland 4. Sacramento
At Los Angeles Venice 5. Los Angeles 2.
BT HOECOB FAWCETT.
SAX FRANCISCO, April 7. (Spe
cial.) Playing uphill all the way, San
Francisco defeated Portland today In
the opener, 5 to 4. The Seals won by
shoving' across three runs in the
eighth inrtins. An excusable error by
Doane and some temporary rough sled
ding for III West proved the weak
links In the Beavers' defense.
It was a tough one to lose pri
marily because the Mackmen were hit
ting like fiends, and further because
West was going along bo smoothly up
to the crash. Ten hits had piled up off
Bill Tozer, one of them a home run
over the right wall by Bill Rodgers.
when Del Howard benched him in fa
vor of Pernoll in the eighth. At that
juncture there wasn't a man in the
park who could have been coerced into
believing the Seals had a chance to
win, but they came through, and Per
noli is credited with the victory.
Schaller's home run, following a sin
die by O'Lcary, gave San Francisco
two runs in the sixth inning, but
despite this excitement the score stood
4 to 2 in Portland's favor when the
Seals went to bat in the eighth.
Tobln Hit oa Head.
West began the fireworks by crack
ing Tobin on the side of the skull
That seemed to throw a "S" wrench
into the gears. O'Leary singled, and,
further to mess matters, Doane dropped
Schaller's high fly, which was carried
. far in by the wind. With the bases
full, Speas made a dandy catch, mak
ing one out, but Mundorff drove In
two runners, tying the score. 4 to 4
with a single to center. West then
hit Howard, again filling the bases
nd paving the way for Schaller's
jaunt home with the winning run on
Corhan's infield out.
Portland had numerous runners on
the bags during Tozer's incumbency
of the mound, yet the Beavers' tallies
counted only one per frame. Sensa
tional fielding by Tobin and O'Leary
helped keep down the total.
Tn the third, hits by Davis and Ha
. worth and Doane's sacrifice fly drew
first blood. Rodgers' home run added
another in the fourth and Bud Ryan's
missed duplicating the feat by less than
two feet on the next pitched ball.
' Kom and Lober Doable.
Successive doubles by Kores and Lo
ber brought In Portland's third score
in the seventh and put the Beavers
temporarily in the lead again. 3 to
A walk to Doane. 'sacrifice by Speas
and Rodgers" third hit laid the plot for
the McCredleites' final tally. With first
and third populated, in the eighth in
ning. Rodgers and Doane manipulated
a beautiful double steal, Doane proving
as elusive at the plate as an eel in
bathtub, (lixlt Tozer.)
Speas played a bangup game at first
today. Derrick being In temporary
ellipse from a complication of boifcs
and a strange malady diagnosed as
Krause will pitch tomorrow, and
Manager McCredie announced tonight
that Speas would play first for Port
land the rest of the season. Score:
Three-base hits Bayless and Kane. Two-
base hits. McArdle. Pare. Sacrifice hit,
Hitt. Runs responsible for. Harkins 3. Crabb
1. Hitt 1. Bases on balls, off Hitt 1. Har
kins 1. Crabb 3. Struck out. Hitt 3. Crabb 2.
Iouble plays, McArdle to Borton, Page to
Johnson to Abstein. Wild Ditch. Crabb.
Time. 1:50. Umpires, Held and McCarthy.
HAZED HOTCHKISS' HCBBY OUT
Pierre Lorlllard, Jr., of Tfxedo, De
feats Bostonian 6-5, 6-5, 6-3.
NEW YORK, April 7. In the Na
tional court tennis championship play
at the New York Racquet and Tennis
Club today the first round of the
tournament was completed when Law
rence V aterbury forfeited to W. H. T.
Huhn. of Philadelphia. Waterbury
was suffering from tonsllltis and was
unable to play.
In the second round Pierre Lorll
lard, Jr., of Tuxedo, defeated G. W.
Wlghtman. Boston, who married Hazel
Hotchkiss, 6-5, 6-6. 6-3. C. T. Rus
sell, of the Boston Tennis and Racquet
Club, defeated Fulton Cutting, New
York Racquet and Tennis Club, defeat
ed Philip Stockton, Boston Tennis and
Racquet Club. 6-5. 6-2, 7-5. The semi
final round will be played tomorrow.
MANY SUPPERS GROW COLD
WATTELET LIKES ABERDEEN"
Former President of Bees Would
Manage Grays Harbor Team.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. April 7. (Spe
cial.) In a letter received here today
by baseball promoters, L. A. Wattelet.
former president and owner of the
Victoria franchise, stated that when
Aberdeen got another chance for a
Northwest team that he would like to
be considered as a possible half-owner
and manager of the team.
Fans are satisfied with the fight
which they made for the franchise.
The money for bringing a Northwest
team here is now assured and fans are
confident that at the first opening
they will be considered for the va
Tri-State Gets Cenlralia Player.
CENTRALIA. Wash. April 7. (Spe
cial.). Tate Berry, a Centralla ball
player, who played third base for three
years on the Chehalis State League
team, left yesterday for North Yakima,
where he will try out for that position
on the Tri-State League team of that
city. Berry is one of the fastest field
ers in this section of the state.
Blue Mountan Umpires Named.
First Home Game of Season Proves
Bad Start for Friend Wire."
Contest Likened to "100
Years War" of Long Ago.
Perpetual motion may or may not be
a possibility, but Portland came near
having perpetual ball as well as con
tinuous ball when the Helena Club of
the Union Association and the Colts
played 17 innings yesterday at Recre
ation Park. The score was 4 to 4.
Fans may have come and fans may
have gone, but that bunch kept playing
Some fans stayed and joined with the
"watchful waiters" with the fence at
the foot of the grandstand as the Mexi
can border. Each new burst would
bring them all to buzzing and when
nothing happened they fell back to
their Beats with tongues parched from
exertion of the afternoon, and eyes
glazed, but when the 17th inning was
runk up the 600 still were there.
Many Sappers Grow Cold.
It was a bad way to start the season
with wife. Fully 600 suppers got cold
on the first game. That might have
been all right for the end of the sea
son, but it puts the teams in a bad
The first two innings made it look
like quick work for Portland. McKune
and Melchoir got on the bases through
a hit and an error and Fulton brought
them in with a little single.
In the next Portland got another. All
time time Helena had not yet.corne to
and was able to get nothing better
than one hit.
- "lOO Years' War" Starts.
In the middle of the game. Helena
started in and In four successive in
nings brought in four runs. In the
eighth Portland made its one other run.
causing the tie. Then started the first
installment of the "Hundred Years'
It looked like a startling ninth-in
ning finish when Portland got on the
sack through a little stick work. But
It brought in nothing. The next in
ning Helena startled the grandstand
by. an exhibition of the same. That
brought the game to the tenth and still
The innings which followed left the
loyal grandstanders in much the pre
dicament which might be attributed to
the dwellers on a lonely island in" the
middle of the Pacific with "tremblors"
running all around. The men were
quietly pushed off the board and- the
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Big League Results
0 llToMn.m . .
9 1 u O'Leary.;!.
2 2 0 Sehaller.l.
:t o 0; Downs.::. .
2 J OiMund'ff.r.
0 0 l! Howard. I .
:t t OiOorhan.e. .
U 0 3 ; Schmidt, c.
1 2 tvrozer.p. . .
o O 0 Pernoll, p.
0 0 oi
B. H. O.A.E.
:t l 1 l o
2 12 0
1 1 V 0
0 4 a 0
1 3 O 0
2 JO o 0
0 12 0
l 5 'Z 0
i o a i
0 0 o o
tpeas. 1 . .
Lober. 1 . .
H'esl.p . . .
Totals.. 27 10 21 0 3 Totals. .33 St26 14 1
"Kattrd lor Lober in ninth.
Batted for Haworth in ninth,
tllyaii out in sixth, forfeit.
Tortland 0 O 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 4
Hits 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 1 0 10
tan Francisco 00000203 &
Hits. ...... . J.-0 120021
Runs. Doane. Rodcers. Kores Davis. To
bin. O'Leary 2, tsclialler 2. Summary. 3
runs. 10 hits. 23 at bat off Tozer. taken
out In eighth with one nut and two on.
Credit victory to rernoll. Home runs,
riodjeers. Mchaller. Two-base lilts, Kores.
Lober. Howard. Sacrifice hits. Korea, west.
Ooane. hnias. Bases on balls, off Toier
struck, out. by West 2. by Tozer 3. by Per
noll 2. Hit by pitcher. Tohln. Howard.
1oublu plays, O'Leary to Dow-tis to HowarriV
Tobin to Downs. Left on bases. Portland
4. San Francisco 6. Runs responsible for.
Tozer 2, West 4. stolen bases, Doane.
ltodjtera. Time, 1:30. Umpires, Guthrie and
PENDLETON, Or.. April 7. (Special.)
Al Nor Dean, of Athena, and James
Cox, of Pendleton, have been appointed
umpires In the Blue -Mountain Baseball
League by Lee Drake, president. Wes-
ton-Athena. Milton-Freewater. Pilot
Rock and Pendleton are represented in dwellers of the grandstand resumed the
the organization. me or tranquillity.
Colt Blake Impression.
All that does not mean that the fans
were not given any real baseball. The
firs), appearance of the Colts was
The old-timers and some of the new
ones looked mighty good. Coltrin had
a bad day. He let two go through his
legs, but the other two were of the
moc Keams. despite his Injured
ankle, looked good I at the keystone
sack. Reams shared errors with Col
trin. making two. He also hit in the
pinches, making two sacrifices. The
z ;n i wniitr ...a 4 3 00
O G 2 o McKune.3 8
12 5 O.Melchlor.m T
l v Hausman.l 3
1 1 Reams,2 ..5
0 l;Coltrln.s ..6
1 0 Bromley, p .
5 1 ;Colernan,c 5
(Callahan, p 4
all the regulars in the lineup Vancou
ver's Northwestern League team de
feated Edmonton's Twilight League
team and the Kelo University team
from Japan here this afternon in seven
The Canucks showed strong with the
bat and fielded brilliantly. Scores:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Vancouver .& 9 0 Edmonton ..0 2 I
Batteries Hall. Daly and Cheek; Kil-
Ieen and Lemleux.
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Vancouver .1 4 0Keio 0 1 1
Batteries Jones, Northrop and Grin-
dell; Sugashe and Hirari.
BELLVILE, Kan., April 7. Lathrop
pitched a one-hit game for the
Chicago American second team today.
shutting- out Bellvllle 6 to 0.
PHILADELPHIA, April 7. The Ath.
letlcs won - out in the ninth inning
over the Philadelphia Nationals today
2 to 1. The game was won on Pen-
nock's triple and Murphy's single. The
series now stands three games to one
i favor of the Athletics.
BROOKLYN, April 7. The Brooklyn
Nationals evened up the Spring series
with the New York Americans today,
winning 5 to 4. Reulbach and McHale
pitched the full game and were about
equally effective, but the Brooklyn
twlrler got better support.
NEW ORLEANS, April 7. Fred Mer-
kle's home run netted the New York
Nationals their fourth consecutive vic
tory today over the New Orleans
Southern Association team. The score
was 1 to 0. (Merkle later hit for three
bases and also made a single.
LYNCHBURG, Va., April 7. In
game today between Baltimore and
Pittsburg, of the Federals, Pittsburg
made six runs off Quinn. but Balti
more overcame the lead and won 9 to 8.
WASHINGTON. April 7. The Wash
ington Americans swamped the Alex
andria. Va.. Cardinals today 19 to 3.
SPOKANE SHUT OUT BY BOISE
Beautiful l-to-0 Game Witnessed In
BOISE. Idaho. April 7 Melter out-
pitched Covaleskle today, and the Boise
Union Association team defeated the
Spokane Northwestern League club 1
to 0. Score:
R. H. K-l R. H. E.
Boise 1 6 liSpokane 0 4 2
Batteries Melter and Weaver; Cova
leskie and Nelson.
Tacoma Defeats Washington.
TACOMA. April 7. The Tacoma
Northwestern Leaguers today defeated
the University of Washington team
Step p. m
Beavers' Batting Averages
Ab. H. Ave.',
Brown... 2 l.OPOHaworth .
Lober 19 II .r.7S;Flsher
Doane 20 7 .".U H li'b'thm
peas.... 3 i ....-, Davis
n 1 urasnear..
Kores. 2" 7 ."IS'West
Rodirers.. 20 7 .2iS K.rause. .
Derrick.. 16 :! .l7j
&EXATOTI5 C1VE IT TO OAKS
Klve singles in Succession in Vafal
Ninth rtifU lp 2-AI1 Tie.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. April 7 Five
singles in a row in the ninth inning
off Stroud gave Oakland two runs,
breaking up a two-all tie and leaving
Sacramento on the short end of a 4 to
1 score for the opening game of the
series. Oakland bunched hits three
times on Stroud and scored each time.
The Wolves, on tho other hand, hit
Trough for only four hits and only once
could they bunch their hit;!.
Outside of the fourth Inning, when
they scored their two runs, the Wolves
put only four men on the bases and
only one went as far as third. Score:
B. H. O. A.E.I B. H. O.A.E.
N ess. 1 . . .
1'ooV.s. . .
0 IMTounir.s. .
3 O Miran.nl.
o 0 Shinn.r. . .
2 O Hallinan.3
O 0 Tennant.l
2 0 Gianlnni.a
Totals.. 36 11
SS'-TMineiito. . .
O 2 0
n it i
3 0 O 3 0
Totals. .31 4 27 14 0
0001 1000 2
O 0 1 2 2 O 1 0 7, 11
0 O 0 2 0 O O 0 O
Huns. Ouinlan. Ness. Arbojcast. Cook, hinn,
llallinan. Stolen bases. Kaylor. Shlnn. Toung,
Three-base hit Ness. Sacrifice hit Mur
phy. Struck out bv Proua-hl. by Stroud
V Paes on balls, off Prougta 3. off Stroud
2. Hit by pitcher, Kaylor. Runs respon
sible for. Proush 2. Stroud 4. . left on
bases, Oakland ft, Sacramento 5. Time,
1.4. Umpire. Phyle and Kinney.
Anjel Kcvruit Knot'kcil Out.
IXS ANGELES. April 7. Tha Venice
Tigers signalized the opening of their
first serif of 1914 against their I
cient rivals. Los Angeles, today, by
knocking "Pat" Harkins. an Angel re-
cruit from San Jose, out of the box at
the first inning s end. Score was Ven
Ab. H. Ave.
13 2 .154
7 1 .143
7 1 .143
2rj :: .130
3 O .000
. 4 O .000
1 10 2 1
2 1 S 0
Totals. 63 lO 51 28 4 Totals ..61 14 51 37 S
Helena 0 0001 1 1 1000O0O00
Hits 0 10 0 1 2 2 10 1 1000100 10
Portland ...22003 0001 010 1 201 1 14
Hits 2 2 OO 30 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 14:
Runs. Armsbv. Boirart, Blanchard. Critten
Hen. Melchlor, Murray. Netxel. struck out by
Bromley 5, Grady 1. Callahan 6. Wells 4.
Garrett 3. Krause 3. Bases on balls, oft
Bromley 1. Grady 2. Wells 3. Garrett. Two
base hits. Callahan. QuiRni. Netzel. Double
plays. Crittenden to Kader to Amnbry to
wells. Coltrin to Reames to Guienl. sacrifice
hits. Beams 2. Conley. Sacrifice fly, Col
trin. stolen Dases, Murray, nhitt liouiman,
Reames. Hit by pitched ball. Netsel. by
Garrett. Wild pitches, Grady. Callahan. In-
nines pitched by Bromley 5. runs J. hits 2
Grariv 2. runs 2. hits r; Wells 0, runs 3. hits
7; Garrett 9. runs 1, hits 5. Time, 3:0O.
VANCOUVER WJXS TWICE AGAIN
Edmonton and Jap Boys Shot Out in
Ioubleheader in North.
VANCOUVER, B. C. April 7. With
OH KHALI S TO MEET OLYMPIA
High School Baseball Team Will
Open Its Season Saturday.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. April 7. (Spe
cial.) The Chehalls High School base
ball team will open the season Satur
day in Chehalls by crossing bats with
the Olympia team at Millett Field in
this city. The game will be preceded
by a parade headed by the State Train
ing School band.
The Chehalis boys have a strong
team this year, despite the fact that
they lost several of their best men by
a-raduatlon last year. They will meet
the baseball team of the Oregon Uni
versity April 14 in this city. April IS
they will play Central! in that city
April 25. Winlock at Chehalis: May 2
Centralia at Chehalis; May . Pe Ell
at that place: May 16. . Tacoma High
School two games at Chehalls; May S3,
Olympia at the capital city.
Moose to Have Baseball League.
COACH AND THREE OF HIS STAB, LINCOLN HIOH MAT MEN
WHO WILL BE SEEN IN ACTION AGAINST JEF
FERSON HIGH THIS AFTERNOON
7 ; ''S ''4- - r ':'-K - .!
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CHEHALIS. Wash.. April 7. (Spe
clal.) Active measures are being taken
looking to the organization of a league
I among the Moose lodges of the cities
of Chehalis. Centralla. Tacoma, Aber
deen. Hoqulam and Olympia. A com
mittce to carry on the Initial work
looking to such an organization has
been at work the last week. Last year
Chehalls had all the best of It in the
baseball among the Moose. Already
the local Moose have the work of or
ganizing a team well under way.
Centralla Ball Game Canceled.
CENTRALIA, Wash.. April 7. (Spe
clal.) Owing to tlie opposition ex
pressed by the members of the Lrand
Army of the Republic and Women's Ke
lief Corps and Spanish-American war
Veterans, who are planning a Memorial
day celebration in Centralla. H. M. Ron
inson. secretary of the Commercial
Club, today canceled the ball game h
had scheduled for a local team with th
Transportation Club of Portland for
May 30. It Is likely that the two team
.will play on July 4 instead.
Frankle White Beady for Bout.
CENTRALIA. Wash., April 7. Spe-,
cial.) Frankle White arrived here
from Portland yesterday tor ins six
round go with Arch Stoy. which will be
the main event at a smoker to be held
here Thursday night. In addition to
the White-fr-'tor go, there will be six-
round bouts between M .otchy. or
Rochester, and Kid Carroll, of Aber
deen, and Young Turkey, of Centralia,
ind Eddie Connors, of Tacoma.
were staged. Lincoln High School cap
turing nine firsts and registering a
dead heat in the relay race against
Portland Academy. Johnny Carr and
Ralph Spearow. both of Lincoln, an
nexed 13 points each while Captain
Therkleson. of the Portland Academy.
was the next high man with one
point less than the leaders.
Captain Robinson, the Hill Military
Academy star sprinter, was unable to
compete due to a sprained ankle. Man
ager Celestlne. of Lincoln, also was
not able to don a track suit for the
high school squad because he Is just
getting over an Illness.
Four Plaees Coast.
Four places In each event were
counted first scoring five points, second
place three points, third place two and
fourth one point. The officials of the
meet were: P. W. Lee. of Portland
Academy, starter; Fulton Maglll. of
Lincoln, and Captain Robinson, of Hill,
timers; Coach Fabre. Navler D. Clerln
and Hartley Hutchings. judges
Howard McKay, clerk of course; Man
ager Celestlne. of Lincoln, field Judge;
Wilson K. Schiffer, of Washington In
versity, announcer. Following are the
results of each event:
' 10O-yard dash Coulter D. first; Strow
brldite (P. A.), second: Therkelson (P. A.),
third: Luckey (U). fourth. Time. 10 1-4
Mile run Bates !. first: Rodrers (D.
second; Hanson L). third; Montague (L.).
fourth. Time. 5:8 2-3.
440-yard cash Captain Therkelson P. A.),
first; Clarke il.. ). socond: Sttnson (H. M.
A.), third; Mansfield (L,.). fourth. Time.
&4 2-4 seconds.
Shot-put Smith t), first; Johns l.
second; Rosa (P. A.), third; Busch (L. ).
fourth. Distance. 38 feet, 8 inches.
Cobb First la M0.
SKO-yard dash Cobb fP. A.), first; Bates
I.. I. second; Slrowbrldae p. A.), third:
'in (Lo. fourth. Time. 2 minutes. 7
High Jump Spearow (11. first; Carr (LI.
second: Itors (P. A.), third: stlnson (H. il
A. feSrrlh. Stopped at 5 feet. 4 inches.
Broad Jump Therkelson (P. A.), first:
pearow !..., second: Luckey (L.). third
Brigas H. M. A.), fourth. Distance. IS feet,
50-yard hith -hurdles Carr (T). first:
Ross (P. A.), tceond; Stlnson ( H. M. A),
third. Time, 6 seconds, flat.
lOO-yard low hurdles Johnny Carr (I-
first: Ttoes CP. A.), second: Stlnson (H. M
A.), third. Time, 10 4-5 seconds.
220-yard dash Coulter (!... first: Holt
(U), second: Strowbrldze (P. A.), third:
Welch 111. 31. A.), fourth. Time, 23 4-5
Pole vault P pea row Ifc. first: Collins
(L. , second: Hoiorth (P. A.. third; Lewis
P. A.), fourth. Height, stopped at 9 feet.
Javelin Captain Luckey ll..). first: Smith
(I-), second; Dant (H. M. A.), third; Briggs
til. M. A.), fourth. instance. 1 2ft feet.
Half-mile relay Lincoln (Luckey. Bosen.
thai. Clarke, t'oullerl tied with Tortland
Academy islrin-Krldre. Itoss, Cobb. Captain
Therkelsool. Time. 1 :48.
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-Man Killed in Woods Identified.
CHEHALIS. Wash.. April 7. (Spe
cial.) The mnn killed in the woods at
the McCormick Lumber Company camp
Saturday has been Identified as M.
Lofttis. He was 46 yenrs old.
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GOVERNMENT MADE IN BOND STAMP
on each box which protects the consumer against
nretended Havana Gears. Jose Vila Cicars are
equal to the best imported cigar and sell 25 less,
'They are mild and fragrant and retail at 10
to 50? each. 1 he nrst cigars made in Bond.
BERRIMAN BROTHERS, Makers
Bonded Factory No. 1, Tampa, Florida
LEFT TO RIGHT COACH LEON FABRE. EM
CAPTA1V beORGB CLARKE AND "BEAl'TY"
TRACK TRYOUT IS HELD
Lincoln High School Lads Win in
Walk. Over Academy.
In order to RCt a line on their
I material preparatory to the Columbia
University Northwest Track and Field
meet Saturday. April is. foain taorp.
of Llnncoln High School; Coach Lee, of
Portland Academy. anl Captain Robin
son, of Hill Military Academy. hld a
triangular meet on Multnomah Field
yesterday afternoon. The high school
ers ran away witn tne anair scoring
76 points to the Portland Academy's
1 ami Hill s 10.
Twelve events and, a half-mile relay
as the best 10c. mild
cigar. The way we
select the tobacco for
the General Arthur, the way
we cure and blend it, the
way we make each cigar by
hand, insures uniform good
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RU At All Positions!
The Lewisdcsien of Alhlctir
union suit is room v. graceful.
and built for the free plav of everv muscle.
The inserted back-strip shown in picture jrives
elasticity and durability to the material.
And the Lewis closed crotch gives perfect
fit and case of adjustment.
Lewis Union Suits also in three-quarter length
leg and arm, full length with short or long arm,
$1.00 to $5.00.
These are sprinx needle knitted, which Rives
jrreatest dnrability to liht weight underwear. It
stands the frequent summer washing and always re
turns to shape. Let your dealer advise you about size.
Original Union Suits
came from the Jancsf illc. Wis. factory
of the Lewis Knitting Company
ica 5, Los Angeles 2. Crabb was sent