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BEAVERS WIN; 5-2
Angels See Sensational Play
ing When 3 Hits, 2 Runs and,
2 Stolen Bases Come.
BATTING RECORD CLOSE
Champions or Pacific Coast League
' Profit In Divers AVay, for Venice
Drops to' Third Place 'and
Portland Goes to Second.
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. L Pft. i.P-C,
" Vnm Anseles. SS 4 .5.V.i;San Fran... 3 BO
I Portland... SO 43 .63:Jacramnto. 4 . 6.. .4 M
, Venice S3 4tf .iJO, Oakland 40 81 .So
At Portland Portland 5. Lo" Angejes 2.
At Oakland Oafcjan . 6wJ 2
At Venica Ban Francisco 4. Venica 2 U
BT KOSCOB FAWCETT.
That 32-year-old pattern of durabil
ity known as Irve Higgtnbotham, had
so much mystery concealed In his long.
" lanky right arm yesterday that he had
no trouble at all winning his seventh
straight victory at the expense of Los
; The score was 5 to 2. ,, ,
Portland amassed the five by dint
of constant dubbin of the offerings
- of Foliy Perrltt. late ofTexas. Perrltt
was banged and bunged for 12 hits, and
' i'reddv Derrick, another from below
the Mason-Dixon divide, was the hero
' of the engagement.
Derrick ara Iteeord.
Derrick poled three hlt scored two
. runs and stole two bases and. but for
some sensational one-handed Infield-
ins by Joe Gedeon. Fred would have
. had a perfect batting record for the
- "'-The champions of the Pacific Coafst
League . profited In divers ways yes
'. terday. Venice fell to third place and
i Portland went skipping up to the sec
. ond notch. We are now only two and
one-half games south of the Angels.
This welcome flaunting of the home
spun banner In so close juxtaposition
to the leadership of the league could
not have been timed more psychologic-
It was ladles" day and 3000 of the
fair sex mingled with 1500 paid admts-
sions and oozed home to the dinner
table to tell how Hlgglnbotham "stood
'em on their heads." A sparkling sun.
shine also aligned Itself with the crowd
" and all in all it was a de luxe occa-
" tio far as the Angelic tallies were
concerned. Irve likely would have had
a shutout to his credit had he not
stopped to argue with Maggert after
beaning him In the back in the sixth
Hlg'a Aurr Aroused.
Maggert's choice diction so roiled Hlg
that he approached him at first base
much in the manner of a mastiff an
swering the growls of a skye terrier.
It looked like another Mexican revo
lution for a moment, but the umps re
fused to stand for any -watchful wait
ing" and Hlg went back to his pitch
ing mentally framed more for upper
cuts than for side-arm hooks.
As a consequence, a single through
Kores bv Abstein and Ellis' two-bagger
Into right center brought Maggert
across and Abstein with him. Then Hlg
settled back to business.
The big fellow allowed only five
hits in the nine innings, fanned six
and walked ,two. Only 34 men faced
him and only five of them reached asj
far as second base. He now has won
11 out of his last 12 contests, which is
our view of something to brag about.
Portland's Rons Come Faat,
Portland's runs came three in the
fourth, one in the fifth and one in the
Two hits and pome poor support
boosted the three over. Kores singled
through the pitcher, went to third on
liber's double and Perrltt deliberately
Walked Fisher, filling the bases. At
this juncture Brooksy let one tC Per
ritt's shoots escape him and Kores
scored. Hig laid down a slow tap to
Abstein and the Angelic captain threw
low to home, letting two more across.
Derrick's second hit. two stolen bases
and Walter Doane's single scored an
other in the fifth. Hits by Derrick
and Rodgers and a walk filled the bags
in the seventh and Fred scored on
Kore' scratch down the third base line.
Perrltt thought it would roll out and
treated it like a smallpox germ, but
"It didn't Score:
-lx ABt'ln Portland
n .. -r ' j i ,i v .-. . -
1 l)'R,n.Mf( .
4 4 0
8 1 Derrick. 1.
A (1 tlniliTAra
3 13 - 0
2 0 3 0
! 0 0 0
12 0 0
Maggert. ra 0
til 1 J Poane.r.' ..
1 1 on Ryan.m. . .
8 ( Kores.3. . .
0 0 I.ober.l. . ..
1 n riih,r r
O 2 0
2 0 0 HlEirln'm.D
0 O 0 0,
Totals. 80 5 14 14 2' Totals. 34 12 27 13 0
'Batted for Metzger In ninth,
to. Angeles 0 0000200 0 2
Hits 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 5
Portland 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 &
Hita 2 112 3 0 8 0 12
Runs. Maggert, Abstein. Derrick, 2. Kores.
I.ober, Fisher. Struck out. by Perrltt 2.
Hlgglnbotham 6. Bases on balls, off Perrltt
8. off Hlgglnbotham 2. Two-base rlts. Lober,
Kills. Double plays. Gedeon to Abstein,
Welter to Oedeon. Rodgers to Derrick to
Bancroft. Sacrifice hit. Maggert. Stolen
haees. Rodgers, Maggert, Derrick 2. Hit by
pitched balls, by Hitninbotham. Maggert.
Passed ball, Braoks. Runs responsible for.
Perrltt 3. Hlgglnbotham 2. Time, 1:42. Um
pires, McCarthy and Held.
Notes of the Came.
Jack Ryan was given 4o the official
scorer as the Angelic pitcher, but evidently
Jack was not feeling right, for Perritt was
substituted at the last moment. Hughes is
Dillon's choice for today and Evans for
Bill Rodgers did some quick thinking in
-- the seventh vhen he shoved Brooks back
on Perritfs grounder and allowed Derrick
to double him at second on a reverse ticket.
Buddy Ryan performed nlftlly In the cen
ter garden and also came tlsrough with a
healthy wallop. .
Maggert does not figure in the AB column
although ha was up tour times. Twice the
r. Angel star walked, once he sacrificed and
Hig. beaned him on the other occasion.
KWIXG FIELD SEES SLAUGHTER
Oakland Wins, 9 to 2, and Steals 13
of 14 Bases Purloined.
SAIf FRANCISCO, July 15. Ewing
- Field, i the scene of several slaughters
' In Its short existence, was turned over
to All Baba and his thieves today.
Oakland, in the title role, took the
- Kama from Sacramento by a score ofv9
to 2. stealing: 13 of the 14 bases pur
lotned. The bulk of the thefts were
made, bv Middleton. with four, and
: Zeacher. with three. "
In the first inning:, when the Oaks
hammered out four hits and scored
, .thrice, Harry Wolverton. managrer of
.- the Sacramentos, was ordered oir tne
i grounds for his comments on a deci
sion on a steal home by Middleton.
- K.r.rATnntn I Oakland
B H O AE: P H O AE
Moran.m. 4 1 1 0 0 Qulnlan.r.. .1 1-1 0 0
Cooks 4 0 3 4 0 Uardner.l.. 3 3 8 0 0
rovr 2 0 1 0 OMitidiefn.I 4 13 0 0
3 3 0
Lynn- 1 0 0 0 V
t.i. 31 !i?lS Totals. 35 12 2T
Bailed tor Arellanes In 7th.
Jilt- 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 ;
Oakland 0011040 '
IliU 0 2 2.1 3.0 12
Runs. Cpv 2, Gardner. Mlddletiin 2. Ness
2. Zacherw2. Merges, Geyer. Five runs
hits off Arellanes, 20 at bat. In Innings.
Charge detent to Arellanes. Three-base
hit Ness. Two-base him. Tennant -.
Zauher. Stolen bases, Haillnan. (Julnlan.
Middleton 4. Ness 2. ' Zacner 3. Mengen.
Geyer 2. Sacrifice hit. Haillnan. First base
on callefl balls. Arellanes 2, Geyer 3. Sievr
art i. Struck out, Geyer- .1, Stewart 8. Hit
by pitcher. Coy. Gardner. Mentces, by Stew
art. Double play. Menses unassisted. Ije"
nn bases, Sacramento n, Oakland 8. wna
pitch. Geyer. Runs responsible lor, Arel
lanes 3. Stewart 4. Geyer 1. Time of game.
2:UB. Umpires. Hayes and Guthrie.
VENICE GAME GOES 14 IXXIN'GS
Seals Deserve to Win Prolonged
Contest or Six Kuns.
LOS ANGELES, July 15 It took 14
innings to decide a pitchers' battle
when San Francisco beat Venice today.
4 to 2.
The two winning runs were sent in
during the last half of the 14th by
Schaller's single. Both teams were tied
from the eighth on with two runs. The
Seals made one run in the first and
the second in the eighth. Leard and
Kane made a run each for Venice in
their half of the inning, and it took six
more Innings for the final wlndup.
Manager Del Howard, of San Fran-
..... r.tf Iha field in the
CISUU, " ra put v..
eighth for disagreeing with the umpire
when Bayless roiiea in gtiuug
er's fly. Score:
San Francisco Venice
B H OAK
B H O A B
Downs. 2.. 4
Charles. 1. S
0 0 KKne.m..
4 0 Bavless.r.
0 0 I.lt:-hi.3..
8 0 McArrtle.s.
O KMiott.c. .
4 0 Hltt.n
Totals. 47 12 4t21l Totals. 47 t 43 2 1
liatted for Hltt In 14th.
San Fra 1 000OOO1000O0 Z J
Hits .....2 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 O 1 0 0 ! 12
Venice 00000002000000 J
Hits ill(llv v . .
Runs, Fitzgerald, O'leary. Downs, Schmidt.
Leard, Kane. Three-base hits, Kane 2,
Schmidt. Two-base hit. Charles. Sacrifice
hits, Tobln, Pernoll, Baytejs, O'Leary, Kane.
Runs responsible for. Hltt t. Pernoll S. Bases
on balls. Hitt 7. Pernoll 4. Struck out. nut
7. Pernoll 4. nouoie piays. j nei
r'harln rorhan to Downs to Charles. Stolen
bases. O'Leary. Schmidt. I.ltschi. Wild Pitch.
Pernoll. Hit by pltcner. riii.
Brooklyn 4. Pittsburg 2.
PITTSBURG, July 15. The local
Federals went to pieces in the ninth
Inning today and Brooklyn took the
first came of the series. 4 to 2. The
visitors did not get a hit off Knetxer
until the seventh inning, ocore.
R. H. E.
Brooklyn..." 00 0 0 0 04 OS 4 6 0
Pittsburg zooouuuo o a iu i
Batteries seaton ana una; n-neimr
Buffalo 7-4, Baltimore 0-0.
nTTTTTr AT,fY Jnlv 15. Baltimore failed
to score against Buffalo in either game
of a doubleheader here today, the
hlnn- 7 to A nnd 4 to 0. In the
opening game, with Earl Moore in the
box, only one Baltimore piayer bui
past second base, and Anderson al
lowed only three hits in the second
game. Collins, a former Brooklyn
player, replaced Louden In the Buffalo
lineup today, the latter having been
injured at Baltimore. Scores.
First game H. E.
Buffalo 21100S00 7 10 0
Baltimore 00 0 000 00 0 0 4 0
Batteries Moore and Blair; Conley,
Hughes and Jacklitsch, Boucher.
aairtnA era me. ft. U. E.
Buffalo 11000200 4 6 1
X SJtjLUJNU tTUAUti
Indianapolis 5, Kansas City 3.
KANSAS CITY. July 15. Cullop al
lowed but three hits until tne sev
enth inning:, when he weakened and In
dianapolis scored four runs and the
locals were defeated, & to a, toaay.
Indianapolis 00000041 0 S 7 4
Kansas City 0 0 1 10 1 0 0 03 10 3
Batteries Moseley ana nariaen, i-ui-
lop, Adams and Easterly.
St. Louis 2, Chicago 0.
cmr-AOO Julv 15. Mordecal Brown
held Chicago . to tour hits today and
won an easy pame for the St. iouis
Federals, U to 0. An error by Tinker
and a base on balls off Hendrix paved
the way tor tna at. iouis runo. c-".
R. H. E.
St. Louis 00110000 0 3 4 1
Chicago 0 00 0 0 0 00 0 Z 1
Batteries Brown ana cnapman,
Hendrix and Wilson. ,
Rash on for Hunting Licenses.
KOSEBURG, Or, July 15 (Special.)
In anticipation of the deer season
which begins on August 1, Douglas
County sportsmen already have
swamped the County Clerk with appli
cations for licenses. Indications are
that more hunters will go to the tim
bered districts of Douglas County this
year than ever before.
President Uilmore, of the Federal
League, is hot after Ty Cobb. Possibly
Gilmore has had trouble with his
Hal'nan.S. 3 11 S iZacherm..
VBuren.1. 3 0 3 0 0Ketllng.3..
Hern.2 4 0 3 2 0 Uenges.s. .
Hannah. c. 0 :l Alex'ndr.c
Arel e..p. 2 1 2 S O lieyer.p. . .
I ft W 1 & : -ArLM - w' I v;T.!r5.ij'.flt.j; :sJZi . jJ-rST
I - . n ?B i , ' V'a J
-aSSiiiSSS!m''''" ' , :
Baltimor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 . x v -1 - i
Batlerie Anderson and Lavlgrne. ? - -- j ' , I
Toung and Jacklitsch. t- fii I
COLTS GIVE TIGERS
Nick Williams' Employes Even
Take Scores Without.
Aid of Hits.
MURRAY GETS GOOD HOMER
Lrf-wis, in Seventh, Gcfs, on Base
Through Error, Travels From
First to Third, and Is
Squeezed In by McKune.
nrtkwMtim Lenarue Standinrs.
w t T. t W. Ti. Pet
3nnVii r.7 t .6:i:i Victoria 38 55 .40
Vancouver.. 58 38 .17!Portland 3 58 .385
Seattle 58 37 .OlllTacoma 83 6 .343
At Tacoma Portland , Tacoma 6.
At Vancouver Victoria 9. Vancouver T.
At Seattle Spokane 2, Seattle 0.
TACOMA, Wash., July 15. Russ Hall
and his troupe of bengal tigers were
given an object lesson in the art of
baserunning today by the fleet-footed
young men employed by Mr. Nick Wil
liams. The score was 9 to 6 and the
Colts were just that much faster upon
x Most persons will look at you with
Incredulous eyes when you tell them of
the runs being made without the aid or
comfort of a single, measly base hit,
but that was what was accomplished in
the seventh by the Colts.
ThM hnmn pun rd started out like
champions. After the first session had
passed harmlessly away, the Tigers
shot a scare into Callahan by scoring
four times through the mediumship of
as many blows. This indicates, too, by
the way. the difference in the style of
ni.ir h.it-etroon thn two clubs. All of the
honrfll omintera were the result of
brute strength applied through the bat.
The felines had to get three or more
hits before they could chase a man
around, while the Colts were running
wild on the paths and scoring on noth
ing but their nerve and the erratic
fielding of the home guard. The four
runs acquired by Tacoma in the second
stood unaided until the seventh, when
another flurry of batting chased two
Murray started the scoring for the
visitors when he poled the old apple
around the bags. In the fifth Milligan's
double and a single Dy nneicniur wcio
cashed for a one spot. The sixth saw
the passing of Andrada. Two singles,
an error, a sacrifice fly and Coltrin's
hit were good for two more and then
nirar .Tones came out of the dog-house
and halted the Colts.
It was In the seventh that the Colts
started out after that ball game. With
the score tied. Lewis got on through
Boeckel's error. On an infield out, he
traveled from first to third and was
squeezed in by McKune. Terry then
stole second and third and would have
purloined Stevens' shin guards, only
they were locked on. Hausman dumped
the ball in the infield and McKune was
safe, Hausman as well. Hausman then
stole second and scored when Stevens
chucked the ball into center field.
Good hard slugging was good for one
run for the Colts in the ninth inning
and Jess Baker, who had relieved Jones,
forced in the other by walking Coltrin
when the bags were congested. Score;
Portland I Tacoma
Portlan b HOAEi BHOAK
Coltrin s 4 13 lOIBender.m. 4 0 1 00
Mlliran m 4 2 0 0 0)NelSh'rs.r 5 S 4 0 0
VX iiixw x
By the order of the U. S. Court the entire
stock of this" store, Portland's newest and
finest haberdashery, now in the hancls of D.
' Sondheim. It is now on sale direct to the public
The Greatest Sale of Years
Selling Out Everything at Near
Wholesale Prices and Less
Stock Consists of NationaJly-Known Trade-Marked Merchandise and Is of This Season's Latest Styles, as
. . - This Store Was Less Than Three Months in Business
Choice any Felt Hat in the store, Stet- g 1 O C Choicer any Straw Hat in the store, values d; J yg
son's included, now : 1 VO to $4.00, now v
- Extra Choice all 50c Neckwear, now 20c
$6.00 Panama Hats, now, choice, $3.75
T.,t.sf. Rtvl Arrow Collars, dozen $1.00 - All $2.00 Dress Shirts, choice now S1.15
$1 B.V.D. STYLE
I wls I .
0 0: Boeckel...
5 0 Butler. s. ..
4 1 S
4 0 11
4 2 1
2 0 1
0 0 0
Fries,l. . . .
I Jones, p. .
Tatals. 35 11 27 11 1
Totals. 36 11 27 18 S
.Ratt.ii for Jones in seventh.
Portland 0 0 1 1 2 3 O z :
Tacoma 0 4 0 ,0 0 0 2 0 0-6
Buns, Mllllgan, Lewis, Oulgnl, McKune 3.
Murray 2. Hausman. Neighbors. Boeckel,
Butler, Stevens, Fries, Brottem. Stolen bases.
McKune 2, Hausman. Fries. Sacrltlca hits,
Melchlor., McKune. Murray, Hausman, Cal-l.-ihan
Butler 1. Two-base hits, Boeckel ..
Fries. Mllllgan. Coltrin. Horn, run, Murray.
Pitchers' record: Four runs 8 hits off An
drada In 6 1-3 Innings; 3 runs 0 h s off
Jones In 1 2-3 Innings; 3 runs 3 hits olt
Baker in 2 Innings. Bases on balls, off An
dVada 5, off Baker 2. off Callahan 1. Struck
out. by Andrada 2, by Callahan 5. Credit
defeat to Jones, victory to Callahan Double
pfavs, Callahan to Coltrin; McMul In to
Stevens to Stokke. Time of game, 2:J0. Um
pire, Wheeler. .
Indians Shut Out Giants.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 15. Noyes
was accorded perfect support and held
, i nnivirunl'nil 5 0 2 3 0 Seattle to live BCillLeieu . ----- ---, - , v, nnt I 1LllUL IMIR! VH I I I I I I I I I II
W :.'.,-' ' .: X, a .;, v-ci icyvt, i
285 Washington Street, Between Fourth and Fifth Streets
. I ... . j u,.. o I th hike rider, t-ot into the game In Hhel rtr an f llllll OllllTflllT If!
Spokane wlnning.to r robbed him if t skill of hi, pedaling ULftllU lllll UllUIUUli i U
Seattle I spoaane - ci. h rrt dlstancel , '
B H O A E
James, 3 . .
Swain, 1. ..
4 2! 0 u Mocorry.j.
2 0 Holke.l'...
0 0 Frisk.r....
1 1 Wagner.2.
0 0' Hogan.m.
0 0Wuffli,3. .
2 O Shea.c
Totals. 31 5 27 18 1
.Totals. 30 10 27
Batti- 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Spokane 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-2
Runs. Wagner, Hogan. Two-base hits,
Wuffll, Oipe. Sacrifice hits, Butler, Shea,
Hogan 2. Stolen base Cadman. 'P
Struck out, by Noyes 6. Bases on balls, ofr
Gips 1, off Noyes 1. Time, 1:35, Lmplre.
VICTORIA POUNDS OCT VICTORY
Two Runs to Good Puts Vancouver
to the Bad in 9-7 Game.
VANCOUVER, B. C, July 15. In a
loosely-played game. Victoria defeated
Vancouver. 9 to 7. today. Both Clark
and Narveson were batted out of the
B H O A El B H O A E
. . i K 1 S 1 iVInrnn r! . . 4 1 J U u
Bennett.2. 5 2 0 2 0N'ye,2...
McCarl.l. 4 113 lOlalrom.
3 .3 0 0
3 8 00
2 2 0 0
Powell, r.. 3
Cheek. c. 0
R.iithnr D. 3
0 0 3 0
iK.llv.l. . .
4 05teele.p. . .
o o o "I
0 0 0 01
Totals. .88 9 27 13 11 Totals. ..37 13 27 12 5
Batted for Wotell in seventh inning.
Runs. Shaw 2, Bennett,
Bhnrnev. Reuther. Moran, Nye 2. CaHo -.
Wllholt 2, Kelly. Hoffman. R'olcn.,D,H."':?
?.V., V.ilv sacrifice hits. Calvo. tMlholt.
Sacrifice fly. Lamb. Two-base hits Moran,
Narveson. Three-oase nn.. , i
Scharney. Pitchers' sammary Five runs. 4
hits. 7 at Bat, on ciars iii
0 hits. 30 at bat. off Reutner in o
7 runs, V nits, w -r-,-
T 2-S lnninKs: no runs, hu
SteeVIn lSi-3 innings. Credit victory to
Narveson. cnarge a . k K.r.
out, by Clark none, oy , " -
veson B. by Steele none. Bases on balls, off
ri"k 2 off Reuther S. off Narveson 2. off
Steele i. Double plays, Scanlon to Kelly
Hit by pitcher, Moran uj tuim
Passing the Sport Mustard
AMERICA has one solace at any rate.
England will never be able to turn
out an athlete like "Chub" Cherry, of
the Multnomah Club football team.
ttt- ., .hat thn alert correspond
ents will not forget to quote Carpentier
.,i nnnhoat Smith tonlgni on wieir
confidence in winning. We are old-
fashioned enough to hate to see tne o.u
Writing anent the outlaw fight. Ban
Johnson, of the American League, saia.
"Any ballplayer who would Jump to the
Federals would throw a ball game, as
It shows the player s in tne Bm i.
the money." Johnson draws down let s
see; it's 125,000 a year. Isn't It?
ti- w. Mnf7rdle has an-
11 UW men. ... ... . -
a . i. . T3nr.tianr1 ran have Nortn-
SOUUVCU - .
western League ball next year If the
league wants to come, oo you ii "-
tor or worse" , ,
Tomorrow will be the 14th anniver
sary of Christy Mathewson's first game
f , il,,,-. aIho. Christy was
111 VIIO I11J". ' .
shelled from the fortress on that occa
sion. Matty in his 14 years ui yny....-,
has passed the .800 mark three times,
and this year he looks to be right for
another remarkable season, in isui
Christy won 35 and-lost : in c
APPI.FTO TWIItLKR E8TAB
UsHKS rNIQt'E RECORD.
APPIjBTOJf, Wis, July IB. By
winning a 13-innlng game. 1 to 0.
from Oshkosh, yesterday, Trootman,
of tha Appleton team, established a
record of 41 innings without the op
posing team scoring a ran. Forty
five innings is th record.
won 25 and lost 6, and In 1910 he won
17 and lost 4. Already this year Matty
has won 1 and lost 3.
Mathewson Is not the only veteran
who is Bhining. In baseball. Eddie
Plank, Lajole, Wagner and one or two
others are going like typhoons. Bar
ney Oldflold. the veteran auto racer. Is
here, and doing the same hair-raising
stunts of 10 years ago. Frank Kramer,
h kilt. t-Mr rnt into the came In th
nn nd the added years have not
.Aki..,i him ths nklll of his pedaling
Melvin Khennard. the great distance
runner, has been In the public eye for
more than 10 years. In pugilism Leach
Cross Is still a topnotcher, artcr nine
years of service; Freddie Welsh, who
has Just won the title, has been flght
i .. ntnA VA.ru. T . it- Johnaon Is n ear-
In ir 40 years. These are but a few of
the prominent exceptions to the rule
which Father Time guards with a
Giant Trout, Taken by Small
Hook, Is Shown.
Mammoth Rainbow Landed by Clyde
McKay, of Bend, la Three Times
l4at Before It Heacaea Window.
THE biggest trout ever caught In
Eastern Oregon, a whale of a fish.
27-inches long, 4V4 inches in gilrth and
seven pounds In weight, was on exhibi
tion in the ticket offce of the O.-W. R.
& N. Company, at Third and Washing
ton streets, yesterday.
The mammoth trout, a rainbow, was
caught on July 4 by Clyde McKay, of
Bend, president' of the Bend Lumber
Company. He hooked it in the
Deschutes River at Crane Prairie. Al
most as remarkable as the size of the
fish was that Mr. McKay caught it,
played it and landed it with a No. S
hook. The fish rose to a queen of the
waters fly. and Mr. McKay fought with
it for half an hour before he could land
L. M. Foss. the O.-W. R. & N. ticket
agent nt Bend, thought that such a
whopper ought to be exhibited at Port
land, so he persuaded Mr. McKay to
give him the trout. Then ensued a
series of weird adventures in which
the trout, frozen into a cake of ice, was
three times lost.
After being frozen Into an Jce cake
at the Bend ice works, the cake got
misplaced and was shipped to Redmond.
There the trout was discovered and
shipped back to Bend.
After being frozen Into another cake
of ice, it was lost a second time. The
climax of its misadventures came
when, after being found and shipped
to Portland. It got lost here. Trout, ice
cake and all, however, were at length
asKemhlei In thn window nf 111. Thlril.
street ticket office, where they at
iractea attention yeateroay.
Tobin Gets $(2000 More Annually.
ST. LOULS. Julv IB. To offset tha
temptations ottered him by Am
and National League scouts, the
Federal club has granted Johnny
temptations offered him by American
outfielder, an Increase In pay of $2000
a year, it was announced here today.
In return Tobln has signed a contract
to play with the Federals during the
seasons of 1915 and 1916. His new con
tract calls for $5500 it was declared.
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l'KMilKTOX TAKES 'LAIfiHTFR"
TO TV.XR OF IS TO 3.
i Errors by North Yakima Militate
(irratly Agaln.t U Isalsg l:ait
tlful One-Krore Contest.
Western Trl-Hlale Mfnntllng..
W. I., ret.) W. 1.. Pet.
Pendleton. M .1.1 ..vi.l Jaker M 4T 41?
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At Baker Pendleton Is, Baker 3.
At V.la Walla 1 ana Sa;l 1. Nurt
The rendleton-Hnker contest early
ceased being a bull game anl degener
ated into a slaughter al rakar In l
Western Trl-State yesterday 1'endlo
ton winning 19 to 3, getting a run for
every hlL At Walla Walla the Beat
won a hard-fought game from Norm
Yakima, 1 to 0.
The gam at Baker a weird ona
all around. The Ducks hit Cellars for
18 hits, two of them three-bang-era ami
seven two-bagger. Weird flcldm on
the part of the Kuhs gave lhm II
runs. Ht-hroeder hit French on the
head with a pitched ball and h ranch
started out after him, precipitating a
small riot- The crowd rushed onto the
field, hut the police and players quieted
the trouble. The w ore;
Tendleton . . IS 1 8 PjBaker J 10 s
Batteries Si-brooder and Pembroke;
Cellars and Fuller, King.
At Walla Walla North Yakima mail
six errors, but only one of them was
costly. It was In tha fourth. Wallara
tapped out a ball that Cushman got
his hands on, but ha made a bad throw
and Wallace gut to second from where
he scored on Dunns single. Both
trams had men on third frequently, but
t-ouid not finish the work. HrlJger
fanned 10 and McQuarry two. Mi Quar
ry had a deceptive ball and seemed to
be not half trying, but the Beara could
not get the ball to a infe place on the
field. The score:
11 II E R H K
North Yaklm 0 4 6Walla Walla ..1 & 1
Batteries McQuarry and Webb,
Brldg-er and Slieely.
Johnny i:vcr Out of Game.
iT. LOUIS, July 15. Second Bsseman
Johnny Kvera of the Boston National
L.eague Club probably will be out of the
game for severs! days because of an In
Jury he received during Monday's game
with the local team. In the seventh In
ning he was spiked by Crulae when the
latter slid into second base. He played
in TuesQay's contest, but today the
wound was inflamed end the club train
er advised a lay-off of several days.
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