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FRIDAT. JUNE 19, 191-
THE BIG- CREWS IN THE 'ANNUAL HARVARD-YALE WATER BATTLE TODAY.
., , 1 1 "Multnomah? it ft. UntquaM O
VOU'VE no idea of the value
J- or the extreme satisiac-
tion men find in
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Excitement Tense on Night Be-
fore Meet Between Two
Varsities Is Scheduled.
CRIMSON CREWS III
FAVOR FOR WAGERS
COACHING ON BIG TEST
Tale's Xew Methods and Manager In
Crnclble When Harvard tines on
River for First Stroke or Long
Pull Over Four-Mile Course.
SEW LOSiDOV, Conn.. June 18. A
Harvard pool of flOOO offered agalnat
SIIOOO that the Cambridge crews would
ween the river found no takers to
Might. NEW LONDON. Conn,' June 18. On
he eve of the 48th regatta between the
crews of Harvard and Yale universities
the same uncertainty prevails that has
marked the night before the annual
aquatic contest on the Thames River
for the past few years. Harvard's
crews are favored to win, but it is con
ceded that the Tale combination, com
posed of powerful oarsmen, contains
possibilities that cannot be disre
garded. In fact it is the' tried and proven
coaching system of the Crimson navy
as opposed to the Yale experimental
methods that causes the Cambridge
crews to stand as popular choices to
night. For the past sis years Har
vard's varsity eights have decisively
defeated the Blue oarsmen and in some
seasons the varsity four and freshman
eights have followed suit, sweeping
the riiasr under the coaching of Jim
AY" ray. During this period of Crimson
success the Yale coaching policy has
undergone several changes, none of
which has been productive of victory,
tinder the circumstances it 'is but nat
ural that Harvard's crews should be
favorites in the wagering, even though
the odds are slight.
If the Yale sweep swingers can hold
to the form and methods of rowing as
taught by Guy Nichalls, the famous
Oxford University oarsman auu mem
ber of the English Leander crew,
without being outdistanced early in the
race, victory for Yale is far from an
Impossibility. Should it develop, as
was the case last June, that the blue
crewmen become demoralized by Har
vard's machine-like stroke and early
lead, there can be but one outcome to
The programme, subject to wind and
weather conditions, calls for the row
ing of the two minor races tomorrow
forenoon and the main event late in
the afternoon. The freshmen eights
will row down stream over the two
mile course from Bartlett's Cove to the
Kavy-yard. After the completion of
this race the second eights will meet
in a two-mile race from the Navy-yard
to the railroad bridge.
Although the Harvard rowing star
has been in the ascent during the past
few years, the history uf the dual re
gatta shows that so far as the varsity
races are concerned the rival univer
sities are evenly matched. Forty-seven
races have been rowed since the first
crews met on Lake Winniepesaukee on
August S, 1S52. Today the score stands,
Harvard 24, Yale 23.
The statistics of the six crews which will
meet in the three races tomorrow are as
Harvard Varsity Crew.
Name. Position. Wht. Hgt. Age. Class.
Chandler. L. S., stroke.. 157 6.11 22 1H14
6ouey, B. W., 7
Parson, K B., 6
17 sill 21 1K16
. .18B 6.2 20 1916
Bchall, C. E., o
Harwood, B., 4
Murray, H. A., 3...
t;ardlner, W. T., 2..
17S 5.11 21 114
.164 6.1 24 1914
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Averages, 6 feet, 174.7 pounds, 20.7 years.
Nnrand Varsity Crew.
Name and Position.
I.und, C. C, stroke..
Morgan. D. P.. 6
I-tiddendorf, H., 5
Mlddendorf. J.. 4
Meyer. H. H.( 3
Wst HSt. Age.
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jvrexer, n, x.
Averages 6 feet inch, 171 lbs., 20.3 year.s
Herrick. R. F., Jr 163 6.1
Busk, F. W 154 5.11
Brown. R. R., stroke 163 S.ll
abot, Jr.. H. B., 7 167 5.10
Stebblns, T. E., 6 170 6.2
Klv, W S., 5 1S3 6.3
Youns, R. F.. 4 170 6.1
Richardson, W., 8 178 6.1a
..ik,. v v 9. lfio fi.2
Potter. A.. bow 163 5.10!4
Cameron. A. A., coxswain. .. .110 5.6
l.ovell D, G., ubj Wi 183 -l
i5aker, jit. t;., suo
Yale Varsity Eight.
AnDleton. J. A., stroke 164
McHenry. J. H.. 7
Rogers. H. L 6 -
Sturtevant, A. 1.. 5....
Sheldon, Jr., J., 4
Titus, R. B., 3
Meyer. R. B., 2
..168 6.1 .
jjcLano. Jr., A., coxswain. . .115
Yale Second iffht.
Oilfillan. R. C stroke 160 6.
Denegre. T. B., 7....
Kitrpatrick. J. B., 6.
tlllman, J. 5. . . .
i'oe. C. J., 4
Ilnrrison, E. B.. 3
Bennett. C, 2
t'ushman. E. S., bow.
. .UO 5.7
Pratt. cox 115
Sanderson, B ..103
Oukes, F. W., Jr 1S1
Vale Freshman EUrht.
Mever, C. (Capt), stroke. . .102 6. 19
Atkins. S. W.. 7 173 5.11 19
Coe, H. E.. 6. 172 6.11 19
Harrlman, E. R. N., 5 10 5.11 IS
Whittlesey, M. M., 4 1(5 5.11 -0
tlamble. C. W., 3 17 5.10 20
tvalker. W. B.. 2 172 6.1 20
rt A -M- Knur 1 fi4 5.1014 22
Oliver, B., cox 113 5.3
Gould. J 183 B.10
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MOVIE STAR AT PEOPLE'S
Florence Lawrence Is Seen in Re
freshing Comedy Film.
Florence Lawrence, one of the most
charming and vivacious of movie etars.
Is appearing: in a refreshing little
comedy in two parts, "A Singular
Cynic, at the People's Theater.
Miss Lawrence outdoes herself In
this play. It all centers about a man
who didn't like women, so, of course,
the women liked him. Flo tried not
to show it and flirted outrageously
with other men. But her diary gave
Wife" is a dramatic production
showing the constancy of woman. To
save her father from disgrace, a girl
marries a mart whom she does not love.
A young physician is in love with her
also, and she with him. Many com
plications arise and make a good plot.
Robert Leonard is appearing in a
comedy, "The Boob Detective." The
girl reporter goes out for a scoop and
gets it, with the accidental aid of the
The Universal Animated Weekly con
cludes the programme.
ravin :j a m im mmw&im&
Upper Photograph Show, the Harvard Varsity Crew Left to 1 Right
tevaut, Shelden, Titus, Meyer and Captain Low.
RAGE BILL IS OUT
Hunt Club to Have Annual
Spring Meet Tomorrow.
MOUNTS SAID TO BE FIT
seven Events on i-rogramme w
Garden Home Course, Including
Relay, Polo Pony and Women's
Races as Well as Jumps.
rri,. ..r-rrammn for the Portland
Hunt Club's fourteenth annual Spring
meet was given the final toucnee ye
terday by the committee. Each of the
events has a good entry list. Saturday
is the day and Garden Home the place.
The riders have been worKins inm
fully to get their mounts In Bhape, and
officials expect a most satisfactory
mi. nffiMnia for the meet are:
Judges H. Hume, Robert Eldridge, R.
H. Jenkins, lit.
Starter Bert Tongue. Timer Thomas
The events are:
Tri n jo-v. iwiirfl Wisdom. Will
Healy; Tamarack, S. A. Volkman; Call
Bond. E. K. Oppenheimer; Gibson Boy.
W. Greuter; Chester Hilo, Howard
n.rir.mllii dash, polo ponies
Johnnie, Lambert Wood; Edgewood
Girl, A. Wilson; rnuto, j-""""'--
L. Taylor; Bobbie, Lieutenant George
Two-mile relay race White team
Misty Pride, Eugene Oppenheimer;
Water Boy, Howard Charlton; Eastern
Star W. C. Kavanaugh. Blue team
Saturn, Will Healy; Irish Lad, Ches
ter G. Murphy; Salvador, S. A. Volk
man: , 4l
Half-mile trot, best two and three
heats, for women Majestic Louise
Burrell; Brigida, Mrs. James Murphy;
King Kouch, Mrs. Ralph Wilbur; Bob
Mack,, Mrs. Lou Gerlinger; Maybee.
Miss M. Beck; Jim Johnson, Mrs, F. K.
Buffum;.Blue Eyes, Miss Helen Wood.
Quarter-mile pony race Jay Bird,
Douglas Burrell; Midget, Hall Mc
Cusker; Babe, rider not named; Rufus,
Holt Warren: Merry Legs, Douglas
Nicol; Hillsdale, E. O'Brien; Blue Bell,
William Warrens. Jr. '
i .. i -a firpffon Frank. E. K.
Oppenheimer; Toney Faust, Chester G.
Liverpool and jumps Johnnie, Miss
i. .i rhAatpr Hilo. Howard
Charlton: Oregon Frank, E. K. Oppen
heimer; Kitty Story. Arnold Rockwell;
Duke, A. M. Cronin; rremier, clo.ux.
Elliott; Edgewood Girl. A. Wilson.
PORTLANDERS PLANT ROSE
Rotarians en Route to Houston Are
Entertained in Oakland.
entertained the Rotary Clubs of the
Northwest, who are traveling to the
international convention iu Houston,
Tex., today. ,
gates by automobile to the show places
and the Portland. Kotary uuu i'
a rose bush from the Rosarians at Ho
tel Oakland. N. G. Pike, of Portland,
presided at the ceremony.
At a luncheon attended by Rotarians
from San Francisco, Stockton. Sacra
mento and Los Angeles, in addition to
A Master Work of Song Music.
t,,,;o- nnr remarkable distribution
of "Heart Songs" the greatest single-
volume song collection ever puoiwucu
we have come Into personal contact
.... .1 n mir rMiinriL This is
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one feature that has been especially
agreeable to us, since we nave uumc w
know that they are among the most re
fined and cultured classes of this com
munity. That we have been able to
render them a .service, and provide
them with a means of enjoyment that
will last for years, is also a matter of
congratulation to ourselves. We have
Dnly one regret, and that is that we
are unable to renew our contract for
more "Heart Songs." Unless we are
greatly mistaken, the number on hand
will barely satisfy the coupons yet to
be presented. These latter are printed
each day in the paper and our office
is thronged with the crowds seeking
the book which is really a master
work of song music. Adv.
the Northern delegates, speeches were
made by J. W. Warren, of Victoria: A.
F. S. Steele, of Spokane; E. C. Braun
and W. A. Graham, of Seattle; A. H.
Bassett and A. L. Somers, of Taooma;
Fred Spoeri, F. C. R1&S3 and Kstes
Snedecor, of Portland; Rev. E. I
Pidgeon and W. O. Webster, of Van
couver, B. C.
MERCHANTS ARE WARNED
Railroad Commission to Proceed on
All Violations of Act.
SALEM, Or., June 18. (Special.)
Commisisoner Campbell announced to
day that the State Railroad Commis
sion henceforth would insist upon all
commission merchants in the state ob
serving the commisison merchant act
enacted by the last Legislature.
When the Commission sought to en
force this measure early in the year
Portland commission merchants insti
tuted injunction proceedings to re
strain it on the ground that the law
was Invalid. The Supreme Court re
cently decided that injunction was not
the proper remedy and dismissed the
All District Attorneys will be no
tifiori to nrosecute violations. Under
the ruling of the court, if the commis
mnn m,rphHiitfl further desire to ques
tion, the validity of the act they must
do so by combatting criminal proceed
ings. DEMOCRATIC CLUB TO DINE
Governor Lister, of Washington, One
Speaker at Meeting Tonisht.
Oregon Democrats will hold a' ratifi
cation meeting arid banquet under the
auspices of the Jackson Club at the
Commercial Club tonight. In toast and
song they will declare their satifac
tion with the Wilson Administration
and their undying allegiance to the
cause of Democracy.
Telegrams from President Wilson,
Speaker Clark and other party leaders
will be read. '
Among those who will speak are
Governor Lister, of Washington; B. F.
Irvine, William L. Hornibrook, Dr. C. J.
Smith, A. F. Flegel and Mrs. Frank S.
Myers. F. C. Whitten, president of the
club, will be toastmaster.
A "gridiron committee" has arranged
a number of "stunts."
$100,000 SURVEYS URGED
Governor Lister Asks Washington
Delegation to Fight for Funds. f
OLTMPIA, Wash., June 18. (Spe
cial.) Telegrams have been sent every
member of the Washington Congres
sional delegation by Governor Lister,
urging the reinstatement in the sun
dry civil bill, now before Congress, ui
the 100,000 item for continuing the
survey of Government lands In this
A large part of the unsurveyed lands
In question are iNormern raunt
grant lands, which cannot be put on
the tax rolls because of their unsur
veyed status. Continuation of the sur
vey programme also is necessary, the
Governor points out, in order that other
public lands may be opened to settle
ment. FRUIT MANAGER COMING
Distributors Agents to Organize
Sub-Central in Valley.
SPOKANE. Wash, June 18. (Spe
cial.) J. H. Robbins. general manager,
and U. C. Sampson, eocremij
North Pacific Fruit Distributors, wu.
, Lrirtnv nxrh, for Portland, where
they will join H. F. Davidson, presi
dent, and wiimer Bieg, mura .iu6'
in a conference with the growers or.
Saturday to organize a sub-central in
the Willamette Valley.
Mr. Davidson and Mr. Sieg have
been working this week in the dis
trict addressing growers' meetings ai
several points which Mr. Sampson was
unable to reaca a week ago.
Dynamite Pioneer Dies.
BERKELEY. Cal.. June 18. (Spe
cial.) Russell S. Penniman. one of the
pioneers of tte dynamite industry of
the United States and prominent figure
in that and the powder business for 32
years, died here today from heart fail
ure. Mr. Penniman came west from Dover.
N. J., in 1904 to become vice-president
and acting president of the California
Powder Works, a subsidiary of the
Du Pont Company. He was later made
general manager of the west coast di
vision of the E. I. Du Pont de Nemours
Powder 'Company, a position he held
until 1908. when he retired.
Mr. Penniman was 61 years old.
GILMDRE HITS BACK
Federal League Head Says
Public Tired of Peonage.
BROWN CASE IS CITED
Competition Hurts Mentally and Fl
nancially, Says New Baseball
Leader, Who Would Give Play
ers Share in Profits.
CHICAGO, June 18. James A. Gil
more, president of the Federal League,
came to the defense of that league and
baseball players in general today, in
response to the statement of B. B.
Johnson head of the American League,
that money greed may become the curse
The truth is." said Gilmore, "tnat
the public realizes that for more than
20 years organized baseball' has held
Its players in a state of peonage
while the club owners have amassed
large fortunes. Naturally the few
owners who have heretofore enjoyed
tha nroflts from the absolute monopoly
of a business, resent the invasion of
comDelition and it hurts tnem mentally
and financially to be obliged to give
some ot the men who earn the money
nirt of the large pronts.
Mr. Gilmore pointed to the case of
Mnrdet-ai Brown as an example oi
what he termed the Iniquity of the
,.,rv clause contract wnlcn wouiu
liave sent Brown to a reduced rank had
not a friend gone to nis assistance.
MARS AX3 INJUNCTION ASKED
Cincinnati Says Armando Shall Not
Play With Federals.
w-r t.rTTT Mn JiinA 18. An injunc
tion to restrain Armando Marsans from
playing with the St. Louis Federals
was asked of the Federal District Court
here today by the Cincinnati National
League club. The application was set
for a hearing next Monday.
The petition says that Marsans on
January 15 last signed a three-year
contract to play with Cincinnati at
i.i.. r. . .Vat ha wna flllRnATlded bV
,11111) U. J 1 ,.. .w ' 1 '
the Cincinnati club and then served a
10-day notice on the ciuo tnat wouiq
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whan th, in riavs' notice exDired he
signed with the St. Louis Federals, it
is stated. .
Brooklyn 6, St. Louis 4.
ST. LOUIS, June 18. Brooklyn won
the third of its series with St. Louis
today by a score of 6 to 4.
,-. R. H.E.
it I.nnia ...20111000 1 6 16 2
Irnnlrlvn ...20110000 4 4
Rattftries Finneran and Land; Wil-
lett and Simon.
liansas City 2, Baltimore 0.
KANSAS CITY, June 18. Cullop's
.iMhintr tn?Athir with hits when thev
were needed, enabled Kansas City to
defeat Baltimore today, 2 to 0.
Score: R- H. E.
Baltimore ...00000000 00 7 0
Kansas City .00000020 2 7 1
Batteries Wilhelm, Conley and Jack
iitsch: Cullop and Easterly.
Indianapolis 5', Buffalo 3. .
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June 18. In
dianapolis bunched hits in the seventh
and eighth innings today and won from
Buffalo, & to 3. Today's victory Is In
dianapolis' ninth straight.
Score: R. H. E,
Buffalo 00000201 0 3 8 2
Indianapolis .00002012 5 7 1
Batteries Krapp and Blair; Kaiser
ling and Rarlden.
Chicago S, Pittsburg 2.
CHICAGO, June 18. Fisk held Pitts
burg to two hits today and Chicago
won the 10-inning game. 3 to 2.
Score: R. H. E.
Pittsburg .100001000 1 S 9 0
Chicago ...020000000 0 2 2 0
Batteries Camnits and Berry; Fisk
St. Lou's 6, Philadelphia 5.
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nri champions fought nam, iw
could not overcome a lead the home
club secured in me n
St. Louis won from Philadelphia, score
6 to 6, and went into third place in the
race for the American "s"" v
8C Louis .
u n u n "
5 0 it 00
B 2 2 00
0 1 1
Plunk n . .
T' nips' n..
Totals. 37 10 24 1 II Total- . " "ted for
Rutted for Plank in 6th. "Batted tor
Brown in 0th.
Tiui 1 o a i j. -
Rons. Oldrlng, Bauer,
Shotton 2, Williams. C-WB,K"r".f """S"
w. Two-base hits. Wares. Baker 2.
ThreV-bese hit, Lry. H. J'
SfaumlarJaV o" n 8. St Mitchell 1 In 1.
S..,Tn?hits: Pratt Wares. Sto en bases.
William Shotton. AusUn. Dounl. pjay
Wares to. on bll.
3f ' Plaifk V off Bn .2. Off Baumgard-
ner 3. Struck out by r.an o, ---
garaner a. oy w " S"" -
umpires J" ,,
Detroit 4f Washington 2.
nP-rnntT .Tune 18. The Detroit
team defeated Walter Johnson today,
4 to 2, in the opening samo
rles with Washington. Johnson worked
at a disadvantage in the rain, which
. .v.- n.in,r nf the fourth in-
ning and continued for the rest of the
B H O AG
O X J - -
Bush.s.... 3 1 2 30
Morlarty.3. S 0 1 10
rw,m . 8 0 2 00
4 1 1 0 J
Crawford,r 3 3 2 00
Mc Bride, s
Veach.l... 2 w o uv
Kav'n'h.2. 2 l v e v
S 2 0
Burns.l... 2 111 10
IStanage.o. 2 0 3 00
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The General Arthur
smokes easily and burns
evenly with a firm steel-gray
ash. That's proof of fine
, han workmanship. The
proof of the quality is in the
mild, mellow fragrance of
its cool white smoke.
Col la r 2-25
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ATVAO MANTO CO. Heboke. N- J-
Johnson. p 4 0 0'2 0l
Total. 84 8 24 11 2 Totals.. 23 0 27 18
Kan for Williams In ninth.
Detroit t 0 8 0 1
Runs, Shanks, Morgan. Bush, Oobb, Craw
ford, Ksvanaugb. Two-base hit r" w"
ford. NcBrlde. Three-bass hit fw'0'"?
Home run. Kavanaugh. Sacrifice hits, men
age. Burns, sloriarty. Baortflce fly. vesnn.
Stolen bases. Bush. Morgan. Iouble play.
Bush to Burns: Oanrtll to McBrlde to t.sn
dll. Left on buses, Washington 7. Petrolt J.
Bases on balls, of Dubuo 2, off Johnson 4.
Struck out by Dubuo 8. by Johnson 8. Time,
Umpires, Chill and Sheridan.
Cleveland - New York tame post
Boston 8, Chicago 0.
CHICAGO, June 18. Boston batted
Jim Scott's delivery all about the field
today, and shut out tha locals, t to 0.
Chicago hit Leonard hard enough, but
could not hit opportunely. Score:
Boston . l eif n i r
4 8 8 oowesver.e.. e v av
(18 JOIBrkburn.l 4 1 4 0
4 I 8 iUfmmHt.L 4 18 14
ill s Oirnlllns.r 4 0 4 1 0
.ini.. . seise
I 1 Schalk.o. 8 18 10
1 Oe'l.athrop.p. 0 000
1 4 ('Breton.!... 8 1 80
1 Reott.D.. 8 118 0
10 OOlMayer.o... 1810
r-'.. - . . . .
Totsls. 8142 8 11 Tetsls. "
Bodle out, nit ny osneo ".
for Lathrop In ninth.
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Boston - . - A - - A
Chicago - - " ' -
Runs. Hooper, tfi. Bcott a, ope.a.r. v.. u
nes, Yerkes, Carrlgan I. Two-bjse hlta
Breton. Blackburn. Henrlksen. Thi-ee-bsee
hits. Hooper. Speaker. Hit, off J. boott 11
In 7. off Lathrop 8 In . Sacrifice hit. Leon
ard. Double plays. Terkes to K. Scott to
Janvrln; E. Scott to Yerkes to Jsnvnn.
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Ag-ainst New "Ulsard f West."
NEW YORK. Juns I-. Tha v.terss
lawn tennis player of ' Ksst Is
again lined up against the young wis
sr. of the West In the final -Mills for
the metropolitan championship honors.
F. B. Alexsnder. the s-Nsllonsl 4ou-
hlee rhatnninn. and It I - aluriaT. ?
Stanford University, California, resche.1
tha finals In thrilling style toisy
ths courts of the West Md Club at
Forest Hills. Long- lelsnd. Alusnder
In his semi-final beat H"bert IHoy.
-2. 7-t. and Hurray beat O. M. Churrh.
1'rlnceton. by -hs earns score.
Quarrel Cost Tlajerg J.
NEW TORK, Juns 18. It aa
nouncrd toclsr Ihst Hersog; and Clsrh.
shortstop and cstcher, respertlvely, of
tha Cincinnati National League laam.
had been fined lie each for Quarrel
ing; with ths umpire In yesterday's
gsme with Brooklyn. President Khbets,
of tha Brooklyn tesm. staled tl.at ths
suspension of Jske I'suhert, first
bsscman, would be lifted today,
Len Powers Wins by Knockout.
UMATILI, Or, Jims 11 (Special
Len Powers, of I'ortlsnd. won his
flht by a knockout In three) ronnds
from Sailor McFerlend here last night
In Pound's Hall. It Is snld that Mc
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