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ME 3IORNIXG OREGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914.
BEAVERS DANCE ON
SIDEUGHTS OF THE OPENING GAME OF THE SACRAMENTO
SERIES, WHICH PROVED WALKOVER FOR PORTLAND.
GOLLIGAN IS NOT IN
DAZED SOLONS, 17-5
Wolverton Oils Up His Own
Sacramento Infielder Called to
Rusty Hinges to Save His
4: Helpless Moundmen.
Bedside of Mrs. Colligan,
Who Is III in East.
JOE DANCER STARTS BALL
NEW PITCHER IS COMING
Oltl Feud AViped Out After Vaude
ville Artists Enter Grounds Flies ,
Are Dodged, Ball Is Thrown
Away and Home Runs Pall.
Pacific Coast League Standing.
. W. L. P.C.I w. I P.C.
Ban Fran 37 a." .507 Sacramento 26 32 .44S
enlc U2 28 .55a Portland. . . 23 29.44;
Loi Angel's 32:8 .533Oakland. . . 23 33.411
At Portland Portland 17, Sacramento 0.
At Oakland Los Angeles 3, Oakland 0.
At Venice San Francisco 2, Venice O.
BY BOSCOB FAWCETT. .
Renewing that ancient bad blood
feud that began back in 1909, Portland
welcomed Sacramento inside the walls
yesterday and then proceeded to heap
all manner of indignities upon almost
the entire Solon pitching corps.
The score was: Portland 17, Sacra'
The Beavers hit Pitchers Gill, Arel
lanes, Kremer and Colwell with reck'
less abandon. Manager Wolverton
finally became so disgusted that he
greased up his own squeaky hinges
and, despite the jovial joshing of 2500
opening-day fans, sailed out to the
pitching hill and put a quietus to the
Portland. spilled enough ammunition
before Harry's arrival, however, to win
a series. Included in the symposium
were homer runs over the rightfield
tence by Lober and Buddy Ryan.
Mule Klnar Equals Mk' Record.
There were various ceremonies be
fore the battle. First, W. W. Metzger
made a speech and then Mazie King
was led into the arena. Miss King,
who is built along Venus de Milo pro
portions, but who can feed herself, is
. toe dancer with "The Passing Show
of 1913," at the Heilig. Amidst the
clicking of motion-picture machines,
Mazie "toed" around the bases in the
remarkable fast time of 28 4-5 seconds.
This is a new world's toe mark, and
equals the flat-footed record made by
"rad" Meek, of Los Angeles, the year
" the Gulf Stream began flowing toward
Immediately after the King girl had
finished advertising William Pangle's
popular playhouse, Portland began
hammering the ball. Apparently the
boys had had their eyes opened. Bang,
biff, bloop, gabumpf began the heavy
artillery and before Southpaw Gill, a
heavy-set busher, could adjust him
self, he was hoisted off the hill in the
Meanwhile the Solon infielders were
doing their own toe dance at Jewelry
prices. Every time one of them looked
; away from the row of chorus girls in
the front boxes, he saw a white streak
Khoot by his ear and ducked. Either
that, or he got one fin on the ball and
threw the ball over somebody's head.
It was baseball as she is played in
Two Pitchers Last Quick.
J Arellanes relieved Gill and he lasted
until five runs had clicked upon him
In the sixth inning. Lober put the
j Spaniard to rout with a homer, scoring
l two. Thereupon Kremer, a youngster,
i entered the picture and Roy was just
in time to let four more lights sclntil-
late across the home plate.
Nine runs. is almost a record for the
year, though not quite, but Bill Rod
, j,' gers did compile a record in that slz
V zling stanza. Bill stole second base
twice in the same Inning. Bill re
i minded one of a legless man trying to
g climb an elm tree, but he surely was
e going some.
i And Bill did better than that, for In
1 two innings the Beaver captain rapped
out three hits, stole three bases and
'walked once. Beat that if you can,
iMr. Diligent Statistician.
' Colwell, a slim youngster, relieved
Kremer in the sixth, but Ryan's homer
.;put him to the bad in the following
Inning and Wolverton finished the
For Portland, Rieger eased up after
getting a lead of seven runs and the
; Colons put him to rout under a five
run avalanche in the fifth. Young
cleared the bases with three-bagger,
. as a finisher, . and Krause was called
to the hllL Harry twirled airtight
( ball the rest of game.
. 'Score: -
B H O A E
B H O A E
1 3 0 Bancroft. a
1 4 2 KodBers.2.
0 0 0 Doane.r...
U 1 4 2 1
3 15 0
2 2 0 0
2 2 0 0
6 -0 0 Derrick.l.
0 0 0
Lober, 1. . .
Kores.3 . . .
3 0 0
0 3 0
0 0 0
i antz.c. . .
uavis,3 . . .
- Totals, as 8 24 8 6 Totals. 39 14 27 13 2
-Sacramento 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 6
HI" J 0 0 1 1 4 1 O 0 1 8
Portland . ....0 0 1 0 0 9 1 0 17
Hi" ,..0 0, 2 3 1 7 1 0 14
; Runs. Young:, Tennant, Hallinan, Hannah,
Arellanes, Rodgers 3, Doane. Derrick, Ryan
3. Lober 2. Korea 2, Yanta 2, Rieger 2,
Krause. Struck out. by Gill 1, by Rieger 1
by Kremer 1. by Wolverton 1. by Krause l!
i liases on balls, off Gill 8, off Kieeer 1. off
5 i relllJne 1. " Kremer 2, off Wolverton 1.
. i Two-base hits. Hannah, Korea 2, Hallinan,
t Derrick. Three-base hit. Young. Home
tr - run. Lober, Ryan. Double plays, Rod gers
5 t to Derrick to Bancroft. Bancroft to Rodgers
5 to Derrick. Sacrifice hit. Lober. Stolen
6 , bases, Rodgers 3, Hallinan. Hit by pitched
t; Viall by Rieg-er (Hannah). Passed balls,
4 . Hannah 2. Credit victory to Rieger, defeat
1 7 to GUL Innings pitched, by Gill 3, runs 2
j J hits 3. at bat 12; Rieger 0, runs S. hits 7
R 1 at bat 21; Arellanes 2 1-3, runs 0, hits 7 at
I J bat 16; Kremer 1-3, runs 4, hits 3, at bat 4
g : Colwell 1 1-3. runs 1, hits 1, at bat 4. Runs
j responsible for. Gill 1, Arelanes . Rieger
5 J 4. Kremer 4, Colwell 1. Time of same. 2 -OX
Umpires. Phyle and Finney.
S 1 1 Notes of the Game.
ti "Slide!" "Slide!" the bleacherltes shrieked
L J et Miss Kin as she lightly pranced around
i J the hassocks on tiptoe. But Mazie kept
I right along, remembering the story of the
i i hare and tortoise, and the moving; picture
t men reeled off 1 3,777 feet of film.
5 Hans Lobert holds the world's record for
f ' circling the .bases. Lobert's time was
P j 13 4-s seconds, made Jn 1910 at Cincinnati.
J But Hans, doubtless, was doing It on his
t heels and not on his toes.
Soathpaw Gill was picked up by Wolver
i ; ton from Woodland. Cal. He walked three
i men In the third inning, one of his walks
f forcing the first run of the game across
, the plate.
. , Walt McCredle had intended putting
Fisher next to . Ryan In the batting order
yesterday, but, when Wolverton announced
J j a left-hander, he switched to Yantz and let
I J the Dutchman bat next to Rieger.
5J Kid Mohler executed one of the' most
I I brilliant playa of the season in the fifth
inning. Yantz hit a grounder over second.
. and. while the "Kid" reached It. he knew
? there was little use in throwing to first.
, Quick as a flash the veteran turned and
3 r pegged to third base Instead, catching Lo
j j ber by surprise as he rounded the bag.
j; SEATS SHUT OUT VENETIAN'S
f j Leifield. Helps to" Win His Game
f; With Two-Bagger and Score.
' " LOS ANGELES, June 2. San Fran-
-till ' -rvKT.yy
f'C' ft ' ':SffK - M
: f W f
' " ' - -Z ... - ' V'" ,.
1 Buddy Ryan Roundlns; Third After
xne xear. tmplre Kinney la Seeing; to It That Buddy Touches the Sack.
2 Evan Kv-nnn, New Orleans) Southpaw, Who la Latest Beaver Twirling
Recruit. 3 Mlaa Mazie Kins;, Celebrated Toe Dancer, Who Established
World's Record of 28 4-5 Seconds t or Circling: the Bases Yesterday. Miss
King; Is With the "Passing Show of 10i:t" Troupe.
Cisco continued its winning streak to
day oy shutting out Venice 2 to 0 in
the first game of the series.
Leifield pitched a good game for the
Seals, tightening up whenever Venice
had a chance to score, knocking out a
two-bagger in the sixth inning and
scoring on O'Leary's single. Score:
B H O A E
B H O A E
4 0 3 0 0
4 12 0 0
4 0 1
3 0 2
3 1 13
3 0 5
Leard.2. . .
Kane.m . ..
2 . 0
Downs. 2 ..
2 0 0
1 O.Bllss.c... .
1 0 Powell. p. .
1 2 0
ciliott-. . .
Smith, p. ...
0 0 0
0 0 0
Totals. 29 5 27 17 Totals. 34
Batted for Powell In .eighth; '
Elliott In eighth.
7 27 10 0
San Francisco ,.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2
Hits 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 E
Venice ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hits 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 7
Runs. Fitzgerald. Leifield. Hits, made off
Powell 5 and 3 runs, 27 at bat. In 8 in
nings. Charge defeat to Powell. Two-base
nit, Leifield. Runs responsible for, Powell 2.
Base on balls, off Powell 1. Struck out. by
Powell 3, Leifield 4. Double plays, Bayless
to McDonnell. Stolen baseB, Fitzgerald. Bay-
less, Lltschl, Bliss. Time. 1:25. Umpires, Mc
Carthy and Held.
OAKS EASY FOR ANGEIS, 3 TO 0
Hughes Slows Down Batsmen One-
Two-Three as Mates Slam Ball.
SAN BRANCISCO. June 2. Los An
geles started out to slam the ball and
score runs In the first Inning of to-
day's game with Oakland and wound
up by pinning a shutout onto the Oaks,
3 to 0. Pitcher Hughes, of Los Angeles,
was at the top of his form and mowed
down the Oakland batters pretty near
ly in one-two-three order throughout.
He allowed five hits and struck out
six. Malarkey pitched the first eight
innings for Oakland and was touched
for two hits and two runs in the first.
Christian pitched the ninth. Score:
B H O A E
B II O A r.
4 1 S 00
Wolter.r.. 4 3 10 0
2 5 0
O 1 1 1
0 2 0 0Zacher,m.
13 0 0
1 O 2 1
0 14 O0
0 0 00
0 0 2 0
12 2 0
0 6 "00
1 0 4 0
Brooks, c. '
Murphy "J. 1
Christian, p 0
Totals. 83 7 27 13 0
Ouinlan batted for
Totals. 31 6 27 17 3
Quest in seventh.
Alexander batted for Malarkey In eighth.
Los Angeles 2O000O01 0 3
Hits 2 1 1 o 1 O 1 1 0 7
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hits 0 1 O 0 1 O 1 1 1 o
Runs. Wolter. Page 2. Three runs. 7 hits
off Malarkey. 80 at bat, in 8 Innings. Charge
defeat to Malarkey. Three-base hit. Cook.
Sacrifice lilts, ress, uaggert 2. i lrst base
on called balls, Hughes 1. Struck out, Hughes
. Malarkey o, cnristian l. 'Hit oy pitcher.
Brooks, bv Malarkey, Cook. Left on bases,
Los Angeles 6, Oakland 7. Runs responsible
for. Malarkey l. wild, pitcn, Malarkey. Time,
1:43. umpires Hayes ana uutnne.
Harvard Crews Begin Practice.
RED TOP, Conn, June 2. The Har
vard crews today inaugurated the real
season of preparation for the races
with Yale, on June 191 Coach Wray
took his varsity and freshmen eights
down stream to the , two-mile stake.
where racing starts were tried. Wray
gave particular attention to the indi
vidual form of men in the boat. The
practice lasted 50 minutes.
Noted Pitcher-Buffoon Is in
Toils Here, Is Belief.
Charles V. Faust, Who Says He Is
Walking; to New York to - Pitch
Next World's Series, May Be the
Original Giants' Clown.
CAN it be that the original Charles
V. Faust, , erstwhile clown and
pitcher buffoon of the New Tork
Giants, is under arrest here in Port
land under a charge of insanity?
Surely no policeman wouUt-have the
temerity to arrest the original, blown-in-the-bottle
But, whether or no, Charles Faust,
said to be from Seattle, is impaled in
the County Jail en route afoot to New
York City, where he says he is booked
to pitch'in the world's series this Fall.
Faust walked here from the North
and was arrested by Patrolman Nutter
at the Hoyt Hotel. He will be examined
as to his sanity.
The United States last year exported sine
valued at 51,735,089. . : .
Poling; Out His) Second Home Run of
University of Oregon Wins
WASHINGTON BEATEN, 4-1
Tuerck, for Victors, Has Best of
Pitching Bnel Only 4 Hits Al
lowed and 1 0 Men Struck Oat.
Botli Teams Field Brilliantly.
TJNIVERSITT OF OREGON, Eugene.
June 2. (Special.) The University of
Oregon cinched the baseball champion
ship of the Northwest Conference by
taking the second post-season game
from Washington State College today
by a score of 4 to 1.
The contest lacked the suspense of
yesterday's thriller. With both'' teams
fielding hermetically, the issue, hung
on the pitching duel between Tuerck
and Hartman. Tuerck had all the bet
ter of it, holding the Washington col
legians to four hits, getting 10 strike
outs and issuing only one pass. Hart
man, on the other hand, was found by
Bezdek's batters at the right Junctures.
Bender's team broke in the lead, get
ting their lone ace in the. first inning
when Tully scored on Cazad's two
bagger. Oregon came back ik their
half, and tied the score, and took the
lead in the third by bunching hits off
Hartman for two runs.
In the seventh Captain Fenton, of
Oregon, celebrated his farewell trip to
the plate in a conference baseball game
by singling and scoring Cornell.
Bryant," Oregon's left fielder,, made a
sensational shoestring catch. Score:
R.H.E.I . R.H.E.
Oregon 4 9 0Wash'ton ...1 4 1
aBtteries Tuerck nd Motschen
bacher; Hartman and Davis. Umpire,
CRACK SHOTS WIUj BE HERE
'Bill' Crosby, of Ohio, Among Those
Coining to Gun Clnb Tourney.
"Bill" Crosby, of Ohio, consideredthe
greatest live-pigeon shot and one of
the best blue-rock shots In the coun
try, along with Fred Gilbert of Iowa,
another well-known shot, will, in all
probability, be seen at the Pacific
Coast handicap tournament to be held
under the auspices of the Portland
Gun Club July 20, 21 and 22.
The local club has arranged to have
more -than $1500 in cash prizes, for
which shooters from all over the Coast
will participate. The new clubhouse
will be ready by that-time. A water
works system has already been in
stalled and all modern conveniences
will be included.
Two of the five proposed traps are
now In place and when the entire
grounds and clubhouse have been r-nm.
pleted the Portland Gun Club will pos-
bcbb a. snooting grounoa and equipment
second to none in the United States.
During the tourney, social activities
will be the main diversion during the
three evenings. A special double
veranda has-been built for the guests
who wish to witness the trap-shooting
without leaving the clubhouse.
Special attention will be given to the
women visitors to the tourney.
Hi Everding Is getting to be one of
the best shots in the local club, win
ning the regular weekly shoot again
last , Sunday. He registered 94 per
cent, "while Bert Edmundson, the clos
est man to him, had but 89 per cent
St. John Has Tennis Tournament.
. ST. JOHN, Wash, June 2. (Special.)
The firrt tournament of the season
was held in St. John Saturday by the
Whitman County Tennis Club, repre
sentatives from Maiden, St. John, Rosa
lia, Pine City and Thornton being pres
ent. Dr. Van Pelt, of Maiden, won the
greatest number of contests for the
Williams Not the Noted Johnny
Is En lioute to Join Sacs From
Detroit Pape to Be- Work
ing' Within Two Weeks.
When the Sacramento Coast .ball club
reached Portland yesterday under the
wing of Lloyd Jacobs, the Wolves were
minus one interesting personage in
Eddie Colligan, infielder purchased
recently from San Francisco. '
Colligan was summoned home to
Olean, N. Y., Sunday night to the bed
side of his wife, who is ill. He will
PITCHER JOE BFTNZ, OF WHITE
SOX. LOOKS FOR A WAIF
BABY WITH GOOD ARM.
CHICAGO, June 2. Joe Bern,
- pitcher of the Chicago American
League Club, looked saver the chil
dren In the Municipal Court today,
seeking to adopt a baby.
"I want a good aturay boy with
the 'rTght kind of arms," he satd.
The clerk promised to look out for
a boy to suit'Benz requirements.
Benz was married here this Spring
after a tour of the world made by
the flew York Nationals and Chi
not. rejoin the team for some time at
Aside from this absentee, the Wolves
arrived in trim shape, and Manager
Wolverton Is confident of winning the
series despite the warm reception.
Within a week his ailing pitching corps
is to be bolstered by the addition of
Williams, a pitcher from Detroit.
Williams twirled for Nashville In the
Southern League last season and
amassed quite a record. He. is not
related to Johnny Williams, who- went
up to Detroit last Fall fronf Sacra
mento. ., 'V- a
' . - -V ,
This Colligan guy. who will not be
amongst us this week, closed a strange
career, with the Seals wnen they sold
him outright to Wolverton a fortnight
Colligan was a Seal chattel for over
a year '.and drew pay for that period,
yet all the good he ever did Ewlng
was to go to bat thrice and not draw
a hit. . .
"Each time Colligan ambled to the
plate, therefore, he cost Oal Ewingf ap
proximately 51000 in cash. Expensive
luxury, this ball magnating business,
Cal, it will be recalled, bought Calll
gan from the Western League two years
ago for 51500, only to discover that the
kid was laid up at the time with a
broken leg. Ho did not report at all
last year, but Cal was forced to pay
his salary, if we remember rightly, in
addition to losing an appeal against
the payment of his purchase price.
He reported this Spring but did not
get off very .strongly and sat on the
bench up to"the time of his sale.
Billy Orr likely will supplant him at
second when he arrives from Philadel
phia. In the meantime, "Kid" Mohler
is doing handsomely and will be kept
throughout the year, says Wolverton.
Ernest received a great ovation upon
bis appearance before the crowd yes
Evan Evans, Portland's new south
paw gunner, was out in uniform yes
terday for the first time, warming up
He will be used later in the week, per
haps today against Klawitter.
Frank Schmieder. Beaver trainer,
stated yesterday that there was absol
utely nothing ailing with Larry Pape's
"It requires one month to condition
a pitcher's arm in the Spring, after a
four months' layoff, but Pape has not
pitched within 11 months," explained
"He Is wise enough not to attempt
to enter a box score until he has ex
erclsed his wing for five weeks at the
minimum. He will be out within a
fortnight ready for active duty.
"But," added Schmieder. "there's
nothing at all wrong with his arm."
blA.Ul.NG8 Oi TUB TEAMS.
W. L. P.C.I . W. L. P.C.
New York.. 23 12 .637Brooklyn. . . 17 19.472
Cincinnati.. 26 16 .Ul'JSt. Louis... 20 24.455
Pittsburg... 21 16 .S68IPhlladelphla 16 20 .444
unicago.... i: 22 . i ujHOBton 11 25 .3U3
Philadelphia 23 15 .603!Bbston
19 20 .487
Washington 24 16 .600Chlcago
19 23 .453
16 22 .421
Detroit.... 25 17 .695 New York.
St. Louis... 20 19 .5131Cleveland. .
Chicago. . .
. 22 13 .629 St. Louis... 19 20.487
,. 20 18 .OlIB'plttsburg. . . 17 20.450
. 18 17 .ol4Kansas City 18 22.447
. 16 16 .SOOilndlanapolls 15 1 .441
Indianapolis 23 19 .568;Kansas City 23 24 .489
uuwauKee. x i -oo-i , Minneapolis. 1921.475
Columbus... 23 21 .523Cleveland. . 21 24.467
Louisville.. 24 22. 622St- Paul.... 17 26.395
Sioux City. 26 15 .634Llncoln. .. . 2122.488
Denver 24 15 .615Omaha.T. . . 1721.447
St. Joseph.. 24 16 .600!Topeka 13 28.3114
Des Moines.' 21 IS .538Wlchita. . . . 16 27.872
Salt Lake.. 18 12 .600Murray . . . . IT 15 .581
Boise 19 13 .594 Butte 12 18.40.
Ogden 17 15 .531Helena 1121.344
American Association St. Paul 15. Min
neapolis S; Indianapolis 8, Columbus 8;
Cleveland 2, Louisville 0.
Western League St. Joseph 7, Wichita S:
Denver 12. Sioux City 2; Des Moines 7. Lin
coln 1: Omaha-Topeka game postponed, wet
Union Association Boise 9f Ogden 1; M-ur-ray
14. Helena 7; Butte-Salt Lake game post
How toe Series Stand.
Pacific Coast League Portland 1 rlmfl.
Sacramento no game: Los Angeles 1 game.
uaklana no game; ban fTanclsco 1 game.
Venice no game.
Northwestern League Vancouver 2 games.
Portland no game; Seattle 1 game. Victoria
1 game; Spokane 2 games. Tacoma no game
Where the Teams Flay Today.
- Pacific Coast League Sacramento Wolves
at Portland, Los Angeles Angels at Oakland,
Northwestern League Portland Colts at
Vancouver, Tacoma Tigers at Spokane, Vic
toria jsees at oeaiuo.
Portland Batting Averages.
Pacific Coast I Northwestern
Ab. H. Av.f ak H. At
Brenegan. S 2 .400 Salveson . . 8 3.375
Ryan 186 67 .3B0 Callahan.. 95 80.316
Derrick... 367 S3 .317 Milllgan . . . 15644.289
35 .301 Melchior.
164 45 .274
Korea 176 51 .28Gulgnl 176 43 !244
Lober 179 52 .2S5
McKune. . .
Leonard. . .
Hausman . .
180 44 .244
107 38 .228
78 15 .102
135 26 .192
14 1 .071
25 7 .280
197 53 .269
Krause. . .
Rieger. . . .
42 10 .737
17 4. 235 Murray..
SO 17 -213Haworth. .
80 6 .200Brown. . . .
106 21 .198'Bromley . .
71 13 .lb8Frambach.
Davis. . . . .
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AGGIE JUNIOR NAMED HEAD OF
TRACK TEAM FOR 1015.
Athlete Holding; Several Record In
Vnanlmons Choice of Teammates.
Nine Men Get Coveted Letters.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL, COLLEG B.
Corvallia, June 2. (Special.) Lee Rey
nolds, a junior in the school of agricul
ture at the college, was elected captain
today of the track team for next year.
Reynolds, who is one or the leading
athletes of the college, was me unani
mous choice of his teammates.
As the holder of the Coast indoor
record of 2:04 In the 880-yard run ana
of the college outdoor record of 1:58:02
In the same event, Reynolds is ranked
as one of the best half-milers on the
Coast. His record stood as a confer
ence mark until it was demolished at
the recent conference meet.
Reynolds has been Improving in form
continually during the two years that
ha has Dartlcinated In college atnietics.
and should prove a big winner next
He is a brother of "Shrimp" Reynolds,
a sensational football star who finished
here last vear.
The local track season has closed, as
Dr. Stewart has decided to abandon his
original plan to enter a team in the f.
M a . and Pow-Wow meets.
Nine men made their varsity letters
this year, having won six points er
more in the regular meets In confer
ence rating. They are captain .Baker,
r-nr.tain-plect Reynolds. Anderson, Kad-
derly. Dewey, Hobgood, Laf ky, Johnson
Pittsburg 10-3, Buffalo 2-7.
PITTSBURG, June 2. Pittsburg
sixiiv won the first game of a double
header from Buffalo today, 10 to 2. by
heavy hitting, but lost the secona,
to 7. because of errors. Scores:
First game R- H. E.
Buffalo... 10000100 0 2 6 1
Pittsburg 00001044 10 10 2
Batteries Moran, Brown and Blair;
Dirk son and Berry.
Second Game R. H. E.
Buffalo 01111030 0 7 8 8
Pittuharr.. 10000200 0 S 8 6
Batteries Moore and Blair; Knetzer,
Adams, Henderson and Roberts.
St. Louis 3, Indianapolis 2.
ST. LOUIS, June 2. Playing errorless
ball, St. Louis defeated Indianapolis, 3
tn 2 inHav. Score: R. H. E.
Indianapolis 00000020 0 2 6 1
St. Louis.... OOlluuui a a u
Batteries Mullin and Rariden; Cran
dall and Simoiu
Chicago 6, Kansas City 3.
KANSAS CITY, June 2. Bunched
hits in the late innings and aided by
errors defeated Kansas City. 6 to 3. to
day. Cullop held the visitors to one
hit up to the sixth. Kenworthy hit a
home run, a single and double in four
times to bat. Score: R. H. E.
Chicago.... 00000211 Z b fc 1
Kansas City 00101001 o s o 2
Batteries Kisk. Lang ana Wilson;
Cullop, Henntng and Easterly.
Brooklyn 11, Baltimore 5.
BROOKLTN, June 2. Brooklyn made
it two straight over Baltimore, win
ning 11 to & today. H. Myers" triple
In the eighth scored three runs. Score:
ti, 1. m.
Baltimore. 10002001 1 6 8 0
Brooklyn. 11300204 11 13 1
Batteries Quinn, Young, Kldgeway,
Allen and Jacklitsch; Peters and
Harrlsburg 1, Lebanon 0.
HARRISBURG, Or, June 2. (Spe
cial.) The High School ball team
played its seventh game Saturday, de
feating Lebanon, on the Lebanon
grounds, 1 to 0. In a former game
Chalmers "Porosknit" would
still look about the same.
Yet the tveat would suffer.
This Label on
Something would be lost in soft
ness and elasticity.
So we take no chances with
Chalmers "Porosknit" quality.
The yarn we use is the finest
of long-fibre, combed.
Examine any Chalmers "Por
osknit" Union Suit. Turn it in
side out. Notice how strongly
the seams are reinforced. Ob
serve the triangular piece in the
with Lebanon the score was 4 to 4, the
game being postponed after the 14th
inning. Harrisburg played the season
through without a defeat.
Dallas to Have Day at Meet.
DALLAS, Or, June 2. (Special.)
The annual race meet and Moose carni.
val to be held at Independence this
week is attracting much attention in
the county seat. Friday of this week
has been set aside as Dallas day, and it
is planned to make that one of the
best days of the week. About 500 will
go from Dallas.
Dallas Defeats Hopewell Giants.
DALLAS. Or.. June 2. (Special.)
Dallas defeated the Hopewell Giants
Sunday by the score of 6 to 1. A
fair-sized crowd was in attendance.
You can easily
see' that the
young lad, just
putting on his first
suit with long trousers
ought to have clothes
suitable to his age
Our designers see
that quite clearly;
and they, plan the
We make a special
line for these young
fellows; called "Prep"
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Good Clothes Makers
SAM'L ROSENBLATT &
The Home of
"Hart Schaffner & Marx
Cluett Pcstody & Cajnc Makers
i 2: . reg.-v.s'pat. off. . : " . !
back. See how the stretch is
opposite to the rest. This means
full elasticity to the seat. It zives
at every turn or bend.
There can be no "cutting in
the crotch." Our Closed Crotch
is comfortable. It fits. It stays put.
"Porosknit" is made in all
styles for man, for boy.
No 'Limit Guar an tee
ChaImers"Porosknit" is guar
anteed unconditionally (a bond
with every garment) as follows:
"lf any Carment bearintf the geaniae
Chalmers 'Poroaknit label, and not
tamped 'Seconds or "Imperfect
eroaa the label, fails to ire you its
coat value io underwear sat iaf action,
return it direct to us and wu wilt
replace it or refund your money,
CO. Amsterdam, N. Y.
Next Sunday the Dallas team will
journey to Sheridan, where the second
game of a series of live will be played.
Driver Davrson Has Kiehtingf Chance
INDIANAPOLIS. June 2. Joe Daw
son, injured when his car was wrecked
during the 500-mile race at the speed
way Saturday, is still in a serious con
dition as a result of internal injuries.
Hospital physicians today said Daweon
has a fle-hting chnnce to recover.
price of the
If the $5000 "Six" maker pro
duced the quantity he
could afford the machin
ery equipment Studebaker
uses and sell his car at the
But he has not the volume
nor the equipment that
volume permit s so he
must charge more for less
than you get in the
No vital part of the $5000
"Six" can be made better
than the same part of the
Because even the highest
market price, on a small
volume, cannot buy better
material, nor provide finer,
You see how the three inter
lock volume, manufactur
ing equipment, value.
They cannot be separated.
The first two produce the
Studebaker SIX has the vol
ume. It can afford the equipment.
It gives the best value in the
Send for the Studebaker Proof
Book, describing Stude
baker manufacturing meth
ods. F. O. B. Detroit.
FOUR Touring Car... 11050
SIX Touring Car 11575
SIX Landau-Roadster flsOO
SIX Sedan VIZiO
The Oregon Motor Car Co.
Chapman and Alder Streets,
Phones Main 9402 A 7656
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