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TITE MORNING OREGONIAN. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914.
GAME OFF BECAUSE
GARS JUMP TRACK
Angels Arrive Three Hours Be
hind Schedule, but Ready
for Crucial Battle.
DILLON HAS WHOLE OUTFIT
Perrltt or Lore Ukely to Be Used
Today Against Southpaw Krause.
Sunday Doubleheader Is to Be
Offered to Fans.
Pacific Coast leafc-ue Standings.
W. L. Pet!, a W. L. Pet.
Portland. 05 73 .SGlJlL. Aneeles 88 88 .533
Ban Fran. 100 84 .543, Missions. . 80 103 .436
Venice. .. 7 84 .534)Oakland. . 71 111 .SttO
At Portland No game; Angels failed to
At Kan FMnpUrn Son 1Trnnpla(n K. Oak
At Venice No same; Missions failed to
- Kortiana nas scnecruiea
ban Francisco is one and one-half games
ahead of Venice.
Los Angeles Is one-half a game from first
BY ROSCOE FAWCETT.
Five flatcars jumped the track near
Drain. Or., some time yesterday and as
a result there was no local ball same
between the Portland and Los-Angeles
Coast League ball clubs. The Angels
were held up three hours by the wreck
and did not arrive In the city until 5:30
o'clock in the afternoon. So, as we said
before, there was no baseball matinee
for the railbirds who are interested in
as close & struggle as Coast League
fans have seen since that memorable
1911. when the Beavers left home Octo
ber 2 four points behind Venice.
However, the series will be convened
this afternoon at 3 o'clock and Frank
Dillon plans to use either Ferrltt or
Love, righthanders, against Southpaw
Harry Krause. of Portland. Sunday a
double-header will be dished out to the
fans, so. If it doesn't rain, "Pop" may
go back south with his board bill paid
Dillon dragged his entire outfit north,
with the exception of Pitcher Musser
and Infielder Page. Among the new
faces is that of Terry, the Stanford in
fielder, who is looked upon as quite
"My team Is - going well now," re
marked Dillon as he attached his scrawl
to the Multnomah Hotel register. "The
pitching corps held up its end last
week, but we fell a little shy on stick
work. We are still very' much in the
running and this week may show a dif
ferent aspect to the statistic column."
"Anybody been drafted from your
club?" Manager Dillon was asked.
"Not that 1 know of," replied "Silver
"Have you drafted anybody?" was
the next question.
"Nope. Nobody is drafting this year.
I don't think any of the Pacific Coast
managers have tiled a draft."
But In this Dillon is Wrong. Portland
outguessed everybody by putting in six
drafts after announcing that no young
players would be sought. Then when all
six were awarded the Beavers, W. V.
McCredie did-' like Finnegan. he tele
graphed J. H. Farrell, secretary of the
board, and sloughed the whole bunch
Into the discard.
"Why did you draft and then cancel?"
asked the writer.
"Changed my mind, that's all," re
plied the Judge, smiling. "Got to think
ing it over and decided we would buy
instead of drafting, so as not to be
worrying over possible Federal League
invnsions. Also we u Know Dene;
what we want later in the Winter."
One of the drafts was a catcher, two
were pitchers and at least one an in
Kores will be on first all this week
' end Davis on third for the Beavers as
a result of Derrick's bad hand. Fred
was crippled Sunday In the second
"game against the Missions when he
fctuck his hand in front of a screaming
drive by Coy.
Frank Dillon is said to be a veritable
""Chick" Evans when it comes to
wielding a mashie and midiron, but the
dean of Pacific Coast managers will
have to show Portland before he will
be accepted as a Simon-pure majarah
of the golfing sect.
Some time this week Golfer Dillon
and Golfer McCredie are to be dropped
onto tne waveriy links as the guests
of L. A. fcpangler and lett there to set
1 tie their disagreements as beet they
Walt McCredie has not played much
goit, out ne lines tne game and may
devote a portion of his Winter to mas
tering its intricacies.
SEALS DEFEAT OAKS, 5 TO 3
"Skeeter" Fanning Negotiates Tenth
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. "Skeeter'
r iLuriiu ncsuutimu xiis tenia consecu
' tive victory here today, when San
Francisco defeated Oakland in the first
game of the series, 5 to 3. Tobin's
It...- i t. 1 ln Vi . , .icrtith - ........ J
.'Jl'O ' t.u? ' . ' . ' ...lA.ilfi Dial ICU
a rally during which three runs crossed
the plate, errors by Daniels and Menges
And in. ha.RA on ballH la.rc-f.lv Kuinir
tponsible for the scoring. Score:
Oakland I San Francisco
Danfels.l. 4 13 1 llntzg'd.r.
r?uest. 3 . 3 z z u Jones.3.
Middl'n.m 4 2 2 0 OISchaller.1.
- Gardner,. 4 0 5 2 0Downs,2. ,
; Quinlan.r. 4 11 OOlCorhan.s.
Menges.s. 3 10 1 2Chaxles.l.
; Dow. ling. 2 3 0 5 1 OiTobin.m. .
. Alexan'r.c 4 17 10Schmidt.c
Vroush.D. 2 0 0 1 OlFannlne.i
Ness'.... 0 0 0 OO'O'Leary"
Kaylor". 1 0 0
Totals. 33 8 24 8 Totali
Ness batted for Dowllng in ninth.
Kaylor batted for ProuBh In ninth.
OLeary batted for Fanning In eighth
Colllgan ran for O'Leary in eighth.
Oakland 0 0 1 0 O. 2 0 0 0 3
Hits 2 0 2 0 O 4 0 O 0 S
Kan Francisco 10010003 5
Hits 2 O 0 1 0 0 0 3 U
Runs, Guest. Middleton, Alexander, Jones,
Echaller. Tobin. Schmidt, Colllgan. Three
rune. 8 hits off Fanning, 29 at bat. In 8
innings, stolen base. Schaller. Credit vic
tory to Fanning. Three-base hit, Tobin.
Two-base hit. Downs. Sacrifice fly. Guest.
First base on called balls, off Prough, 1.
Fanning 1, Standrldge 2. Struck out. Prough
4. Fanning 5. lilt by pitcher. Jones. Double
- Plays. Jones to Charles. Left on bases.
Oakland 6. San Francisco 8. Huns respon
sible for. Prough 2, Fanning 3. Time. 1:33.
"Umpires. Held and Guthrie.
WHITMAN GETS TWO STARS
Lineup Strengthened by Ftter and
r Stary for Midseason Contests.
;1 WHITMAN COLLEGE. Walla Walla.
- Wash.. Seat. 29 (Special.) With th
appearance in school of Utter, the star
lineman of the Whitman 1912 eleven,
and of Starry, a husky product of the
Walla alia High fcchool, who com
pares well In weight with any of the
Whitman linemen. Whitman's prospects
for the season are brighter, and it seems
as though Whitman would be stronger.
at least during midseason, than has
Coach Hahn, however, will not per
mit himself to be optimistic about the
game October 10 with Oregon and
fears that these men cannot get into
condition In time for that contest.
Buffalo 11-4, Kansas City6-0.
BUFFALO, N. T, Sept. 29. The Buf
falo Federals won, both ends of a
double-header today from Kansas City.
11-6 and 4-0. Johnson, Adams and
Perring failed to stop the Buffalo bats
men in the first game. In the second
Moran allowed only, one hit in the
eight innings played and struck out
seven men. Scores:
First game R. H. E.
Buffalo... 41020004 11 11 1
Kan. City.. 00120002 1 6 12 3
Batteries Ford and Blair; Johnson,
Adams, Perring and Easterley.
Second game R. H.E.
Buffalo 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 0
Kansas City.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0
Batteries Moran and Lavign; Stone,
Henning and Enzenroth.
Chicago 7, Brooklyn 4.
BROOKLYN. Sent. 29 The Federal
League leaders, Chicago, again defeat
ed Brooklyn here today, 7 to 4, outbat-
ting tne local team Dy two to one.
R. H. E.
Chicago 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 7 12 0
Brooklyn 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 1 6 0
Batteries Fisk. Adams and Wilson:
Finneran and Watson.
B H o A E
4 1 3 00
3 12 2 0
3 13 0 0
4 12 10
4 0 2 2 1
3 O 9 0 0
3 15 10
3 0 0 2 0
1 0 0 0 0
0 O 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
31 6 27 9 1
Bon Courage, Second, Breaks
in Second Heat of State .
Fair Trotting Event.
3000 PERSONS SEE RACES
Baltimore 8, 6t. Louis 1.
BALTIMORE. Sept. 29 The last
game of the season between Baltimore
and St. Louis was won by the home
team, 8 to 1. The visitors made their
single tally on four hits in the first
inning, after which Suggs held them
to two hits. Keupper was hit hard
after the third inning. Score:
R. H. E.
Baltimore.. 00020033 8 12 0
St. Louis.. . 10000000 0 1 6 1
Batteries Suggs and Jacklitsch,
Kerr; Keupper and Chapman.
Pittsburg 3, Indianapolis 0.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 29. A triple by
Oaks in the fifth inning, with the bases
filled, gave Pittsburg a 3-to-0 victory
over Indianapolis today. Knetzer held
the visitors runless for the second time
in the series. President Gilmore and
several other Federal League officials
saw the-game. Score:
R. H. E.
Indianapolis 00000000 0 0 6 0
Pittsburg.. 00003000 3 7 1
Batteries Mosely, Billiard and Rari-
den. Texter; Knetzer and Berry.
PAGING HE CUT AGAIN
ANSA BRADFORD LOWERS RECORD
AT COLCMBCS TO 2tOO?4.
Peter Stevens, VV Inning Favorite In
Arch City Pacing Stake, Equals II l
Best Figure of 2:02V&. ,
COLUMBUS. O., Sept. 29 Anna Brad
ford, in the final heat of the American
Horse Breeders' futurity, which was
the last feature of today's grand cir
cuit racing programme, lowered the 3-year-dld
pacing record to 2:00. A
week ago she put the mark at 2-.rn.hi-Then
Squantum was a good contender.
Today the black filly raced far In front,
winning the first heat In slow time.
There was no wind to act as a barrier
during the second heat, in which the
time by quarters was 30 hi. 1:00 hi. 1:30
Earlier in the afternoon Lord Dewey
failed in an attempt to lower his rec
ord of 2:03. He trotted the first half
In 59 seconds and was at the three
quarters in 1:30, but a mile tn 2:04Va
was the best he could do.
Peter Stevens, winning favorite In
the Arch City pacing stake, equalled
his record, 2:Q2hi when onven out in
the third heat. He, like Lord Dewey,
faltered on the home stretch. He paced
the first half in 1:004 and the three
quarters in 1:30. The Assessor won the
2:13 pace after Dingola took the first
heat. Betting on this race was heavy,
with Anna Hal and Auto Zombro in
greatest favor. The winner was third
choice. Rythmel was favorite over 11
other 2:18 trotters and won in straight
heats, leading all the time.
William and Directum I will meet In
a stallion championship pacing match
tomorrow. It was announced that the
suspension of the Philadelphia-owned
pacer, R. H. Brett, has been lifted, but
that the ban on Driver N. Grady will
remain for the rest of the season.
Arch City stake, 2:10 pacers, three in five,
Peter Stevens, b. h., by Peter the
Great (Garrison) 1 1 1
Camelia. br. m. (Cox) 2 2 3
King Couchman, br. g. (McMahon-
Cox) 3 3 2
Irene Beau, b. m. ( Murphy) ......... .4 4 4
Time 2:00!4. 2:03, 2;024.
2:18 class, trotting, three in five, purse
Rythmel, blk. m., by Rythmic (Shank). 1 1 1
Farcliffe. b. g. (McCarthy) 7 2 2
Willow Mack, b. h. (grown) 2 4 4
Also started Tommy De Forrest, br., g.
(Osborn); The Temptress, b. m. (Murphy);
King Ambit, br. h. (Jamison); Lusitanla,
blk. m. (Marvin): Adbella Watts, b m. (Mc-
Devltt); Barrill, b. c. (Young); Davis Dil
lon, cn. (ilager8j; syivia, d. m. tfieancic)
Marvelous Sheet, ch. m. (Krskine).
Time 2:084. 2:074. 2:0814.
2:13 class, pacing, three In five, purse
The Assessor, ch. h., by Walter Di
rect (McMahon) 6 1 1 1
Dingola. ch. h.. by Tbe Expedition
(Monahan) 1 2 8 8
lash fatcnen, dik. n. irnmen-u
Valentine) 4 8 2 :
Also started Auto Zombro, b. h. (Loo
mis); T. C. S., b. g. (Murphy): Igowr, ro. h.
(Stokes); The Christian, b. h. (Nuckols);
Wilkie Elder, blk. h. (Hedrick) ; Anna Hal.
b. m. (Rodney).
Time 2:03M,. 2:0514. 2:064, 2:07.
American Horse Breeders' futurity. 3
year-old pacers, two In three, purse 13000:
Anna Bradford, blk. t., by Todd Mac
(Murphy) .1 1
Squantum, b. g. .(McDonald) 2 2
Robert Frisco, br. g. (Wright) 3 3
Also started prince Joiia, d. c. (Hed
rick): The Whip, b. c (McMahon).
Time 2:0014. 2:00?4.
To beat 2:03. trotting:
Lord Dewey, b. h., by Admiral Dewey
(tsneaelcer), lost. lime .':u4.
Honolulu Awaits Major Leaguers.
HONOLULU, Sept. 29. Arrangements
have been completed for a series of
baseball games to be played here in
December between an all-American and
all-National teams, according to ad
vices received here today.
F. S. Whitney Takes 2:16 Trot In
Straight Heats From Field of
. Five White Sox, Wins : 1 8
Face in Three Heats.
SALEM. Or., Sept. 29. (Special.)
More than 3000 persons saw several In
teresting races at the State Fair
course today. Esperanza. piloted by
Durfee, took the Oregon . Futurity.
romping noma an easy , winner in a
field of six in the opening heat. Bon
Courage was runner up.
The second heat promised to be a
splendid contest, with all horses
drawn but the first two. , Bon Cour
age, however, broke at the' first quar
ter. Hayes got the trotter down be
fore the half was reached, but Esper
anza was a long way ahead and going
well. At the three-quarter post Bon
Courage gave a wonderful exhibition
of ground covering. The handicap was
too great, however, and Esperanza fin'
isned a length to the good.
Five starters made ud the field In
me trot, wnicn was taken In
straight heats by F. S. Whitney. After
coming in second in the second heat.
Tom Moko was placed last because of
White Sox won the 2:18 Dace In three
heats. Major Hardy beat the gun in
the last heat, but White Sox left the
other at the half-mile post and came
homo with plenty to spare.
Jason Stanley, a buckaroo ridinsr for
uei Biancet, Had a good lead in the
relay race, but In the final race his
horse got away from the groom and
Stanley. In the final heat the saddle
came off, throwing Stanley just before
e-year-ola trot. Oreron ruturitv .oura
Esperanza , (Durfee) 1
Hon courage (Hayes) 2
Valeen M. (Chllds) 3
Salem Boy IMiuzev) 4
Zombronun (Lang) 5
Time 2:13, 2:15V.
2:ld trot. nuT3e 700
F. 8. Whitney
McAlzo (KIrkland) also ran.
lime :lol4. 2:ltSV4. 2:1514.
2: IS race. Durse S7UO
White Sox (Durfee) 111
Jim Hill (Chllds) 4 2 2
May Davis 2 5 3
Hal Edo. (Abett) 4 7 4
Majesta. Bell Smith and Major Hardy also
(Hal Paxton claceH third In first two
heatB but went lame in third and was distanced.)
Time 2:0814. 2:09, 2:11.
Second day of relay race, purse $lo00
Blakeiey. 4:01V. S towel I. 4:071i. Blancet.
4:22. Total time to date. Blakeiey, 8:1114.
Stowell, 8:16, Blancet, 8:39.
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet.
Boston . SS 58 .eillPhila 72 73 .490
New York. 80 06 .54S Brooklyn. 71 7S .4801
St. Louis.. 77 69 .r28:Pittsburg.. 64 82 .438
Chicago... 75 73 .507 Cincinnati. 58 89 .394
Phila SS "0 .6.j;St. Louis., 68 79 .462
Boston.... 8S 5S .SOSiChlcago. .. 68 81 .4ort
W'ash'ton. 77 70 .524:New York. 67 SO ,4'ul
Detroit.... 77 72 .517Clevcland. SO 100 .333
Chicago... 83 63 .6SBrooklyn.. 72 71 .S03
Ind polls. .. ) bo .o.')-IKansas city lio 79 .451
Baltimore. 77 65 .S42 Pittsburg. . 59 80 .425
Hunaio... id uo .4s'Jit. i.ouis... 61 83 .424
Where the Teams Play Today.
pacinc coasi league los Angeles at
Portland, game to start at 3 o'clock: Oak
land at Saa Francisco; Missions at Venice.
How ttib Series Stand.
Pacific Coast League San KranclBCO 1
game. Oakland no game.
Heavers Batting: Averages.
AB. H. Ave. AB. H. Ave.
Eastley. 8 3 .873 Dvis. . .. 277 70 253
Fisher... 379 13S .SBl'Lober B04 126 250
Kores...- 59 1H1 .302 Higg 13S 34 .246
Ryan.... 4S1 144 .2fHKrause. . 123 30 .246
Rodgers. 654 195 .298(Brenegan 29 7 .241
Derrick. 492 146 .2!(7Rieger.. . 53 12 .2''rt
Doane... 526 154 .293West . 59 12 .203
Bancroft 561 152 .271Tants. . . 126 24 .190
Speas.'. . 338 87 .257!Msrtineni 49 . 8 .163
LuBh. ... 43 11 .255ivans. . 37 6 .162
HOPPE LEADS ENGLISHMAN
World's Balkline Champion Recov
ers Self and Runs Up High Score.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. After playing
two 500-point games at balkline today,
Willie . Hoppe. the world's balkline
champion, led Melbourne Inman, the
English billiard champion of the world,
by a total score of 1304 to 897 points
In the International . billiard contest
Inman had a lead of 602 to 304 points
when play began today, gaining this
lead last night on the English table.
Hoppe soon changed the aspect of af
fairs when he sruck his gait at his
favorite style in the first game this
afternoon. He accumulated the neces
sary 600 points in 17 innings. ' while
Inman was gathering 107.
In the second game Hoppe was not
in such good form, while Inman showed
decided improvement, as he made 188
in 24 innings, while Hoppe needed 25
turns at the table before .he secured
his quota of 500.
So far Hoppe's chances look the bet
ter, for ultimate success, as on the re
sults of three games played Hoppe out
classes Inman 3 to 1 at balkline, while
the English player is only twice as
clever as the American on the English
GLANTS WILL- MEET YANKEES
Post-Season Games Will Begin Day
Before AVorld Series Play.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29 The New
York National and American League
clubs will meet in a post-season series
which will be begun on Thursday, Oc
tober 8, the day before the opening of
the world s series.
Announcement that the series had
been arranged was made after Pitts
burg, winning today from the Giants.
had spoiled what slim chance was left
for last years National League cham
pions to win the 1914 pennant.
The series will be conducted under
conditions similar to those which gov
ern the world's championship contests.
C. L. HEKZOG MUST APOLOGIZE
Manager of Concinnati Nationals
PHILADELPHIA." Sept. 29 C. L.
Herzog. manager of the Cincinnati
Nationals, was indefinitely suspended
yesterday by President Tener "because
of an insulting telegram" received at
the executive office oX the league In
New York from the Cincinnati manaarer.
iienog was suspenaea lor three days
as tne result or an altercation with
an umpire in Boston when it was said
he used unbecoming language. This
suspension, it is alleged, caused him
to send the telegram to Secretary
Heydler. Governor Tener, who was in
this city tonight, said that Henog will
remain under suspension until he has
made a suitable apology.
St. Louis 3, Detroit 1.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 29 Singles by Pratt
and Walker, Siemens three-base hit
and a one-base blow by KaufTman in
the fourth Inning today won for St.
Louis, Detroit being defeated 3 to 1
Stanage's triple and a two-base hit by
Bush counted the visiters' lone tally.
bcore: R. H. E.
Detroit 00000010 0 1 7 1
St. Louis.... 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 x 3 10 -5
Batteries Cavet, Main and Baker;
weiiman ana Agnew.
Cleveland 10, Chicago 4.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 29 Cleveland
defeated Chicago today 10 to 4, knock
ing Wolfgang and Faber from the box,
Dillinger also was driven to the bench.
but Hagerman was effective. Manager
Callahan benched Outfielder Demmitt
for falling to slide into the home plate,
Score: R. H. E.
Cleveland.. 300510 1 0 x 10 12 1
Chicago... 22000000 0 4 10 3
Batteries Dillinger, Hagerman and
Mills, Egan; Wolfgangy Faber. Jasper
ana sonata, jkiayer.
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Unlike any other tobacco, Prince Albert can't bite your
tongue and can't parch your throat. That's cut out by a
patented process. No other tobacco can be made like
the national Joy smoke
Everywhere you travel throughout the nation youH find more men smoking plpea
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moke a pipe where one smoked before. What's the answer ?
Just you get your tidy red tin, fire up a few loads of "the national Joy smoke," and
you'll wise up so quickly you'll think you've been napping for the last few years. And
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BEZDEK ALTERS LINE
Cook's Arrival Marks Shift of
Snyder From Guard.
Hamlin, Billle Lewis, B. Perdeaux, Art
Allen and Ed Duffy.
Games will be twice a week, probably
Monday and Friday.
The first 'social swim of the season
watched over by Instructor Cody will
be held in the club tank next Tuesday
niprht. A relay race among the juniors
will be held After the relay race fol
low -the leader will be In order.
Newport Defeats "Toledo Eleven.
TOLEDO. Or., Sept. 29. (Special.)
The Toledo football team was defeated
on Newport grounds in a rough and
tumble eame Sunday with a score of 7
to 0. The Toledo band accompanied
the team to the resort and after arriv
ing at Newport, the Newport band
A Taunton (England) woman of ithty
sets as telegraph messenger in ooatieclton
with a local postoffice. She w&lks twelvs
tTiilfs a ilay HNd is in excellent health.
LID ON. PRACTICE TIGHT
Beckett Takes Other Sentinel' Posi
tion, Calllson Goes to Tackle and
Mitchell and Welst to Second
Team University Warriors.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene,
Sept. 29. (Special.) True to predic
tion. Coach Hugo Bezdek made the
shakeup in the varsity lineup yesterday.
Sam Cook's arrival marked the shift
ing of Snyder from guard to end and
the placing of Cook 'in the sentinel po
sition; Beckett was - pulled in from
tackle to the other guard and Calll
son, the big Eugene freshman. Is play
ing tackle. The ends, Mitchell and
Weist, have been sent down the road
to the second team, while Powrle and
Snyder are having a chance to demon
strate their worth as varsity timber.
Cook has proven a welcome addi
tion to the Bezdek machine and. as
the big athlete is looking better than
he ever did before, a great year and
game Is expected of him.
The backneld tailed to suiter rrom
the change and still remains intact;
threats, however, from the coaches are
keeping the four veterans on their toes.
Bezdek slapped the lid oa tight Mon
day, and secret practice is being held
each, afternoon. Signal drill has been
the main attraction, so far this week
and all the teams are kept busy under
the tutorship of Coaches Mitchell, Hay-
ward and Dallenbach. Bezdek over
sees the work.
Unless a practice game for next Sat
urday is procured with an outside team
another varsity-"scrub" battle will
take place. These matches so far have
"We have tried to get games from all
independent teams, college and club
elevens for the day," said Bezdek.
"None can come, so I guess we must
get along the best we can."
Dr. E. J. Stewart threw plans in the
air when he refused to meet tbe Ore
gon freshmen with the team of his
baby class Wednesday. It was Bez
dek's only chance to witness his fresh
man material under actual fire before
the Whitman game.
CAPTAIN'S TO PICK PL-.VxERS
Plans for Water Polo Games to Be
Mode at Meeting Tonight.
The captains of the water polo teams
which will compete in the house tour
nament will meet la the Multnomah
Club to draw lots for players and ar
range a schedule. Norman Ross, Ted
Preble. Eddie Humphries and Collie
Wheeler are the leaders of the various
The meeting will be called , at 9
o'clock and each captain will choose
four players and two substitutes. The
list of eligible players as made by Jack
Cody, swimming Instructor of the club.
follows: Hartley Hutchlngs. E. R. Holt,
Boddy Bremmer, William Smyth, H. H.
Hilton. J. Lane. David Cohn, J. A
Urguhart, J. Burke, Johnny McMurray,
P. E. Little, V. P McMahon, Ernie
Spamer, " Rickety " Morrison, Jack
Whiter Ed Shea, Orm Dowlihg, Virgil
Ever Bite Off a
Cigar Tip and
Get a Mouthful
Sure you have. You can't get away
from it. Unprotected cigars are bound
to get dry and lose their flavor. And
you're the one to suffer.
The fussiest smoker living and
you may be that man will find
the biggest value a nickel can buy.
Big value, because we use good
tobacco and control the patents on the
machines that put on our tin-foil and
tissue wrappings. Our special wrap-
Eings are not only cheaper than fancy
ands, but they prevent the cigars from
getting dry and losing their flavor.
Try a smooth, satisfying El Dallo
cigar today. It's a treat.
Blumauer- Frank Drug Co,