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TTTE MORNING OKEGOXTAN. SATURDAY, MARCTI 37, 1915.
Near-Fight Between Derrick
and Bauchman Is Feature
of Game at Fresno.
PLAY CLOSE THROUGHOUT
Bearers Score Two in First, Then
Chicagoans Take Lead and Port
land Ties It in Fourth and
Goes Ahead in Fifth.
FI1ESXO, Cal.. March 24. (.Special.)
A near fight was the feature of Porv
land's third baseball victory over the
American Colored Giants here today.
The Beavers won 4 to 3.
Derrick and Bauchman, Foster's sec
ond baseman, were the principals in
what threatened to be a real fist fight.
It took practically the whole of both
teams to get the matter settled
amicable to all concerned.
The controversy arose in the first m
nlns. Wiekware hit Derrick with a
pitched ball. Derrick threw his bat at
the pitcher. Bauchman on second
called it dirty work and Derrick walked
down to first. Compliments were then
passed by Derrick and Bauchman, who
started toward first. They met half
wav. but both seemed disinclined to
mix it and merely sparred around un
til they were separated.
Game Is Cloae One.
The game was a remarkably close
one, the two teams standing within a
point or two of each other throughout.
After tying the score. 3 all, in the
fourth. Portland came back in the fifth
and put across the run that eventually
won the game. Davis singled to left,
Speas and Derrick both laid down in
field elnglcs. filling the bases. Fisher
flew out to Santop and Doane fanned.
Stumpf walked, forcing in Davis with
the winning run.
Portland scored two in the first.
Davis walked, Speas fanned. Derrick
was hit by a pitched ball and Fisher
singled to right, scoring Davis. Fisher
went to second on the throw-in and to
third on a passed ball. Doane then
singled to right, scoring the runner.
Glanta Score Two.
A base on balls, errors by Derrick
and Murphy and a double by Santop al
lowed Hill and Duncan to score in the
The Giants got their only other run
in the fourth. Bauchman hit a fast one
through Murphy, went to second on
Wickware's single to left, third on an
out and scored on Hill's single to cen
ter. The Beavers tic dthe score in the
fourth. Fisher singled to center. Doane
walked. Santop threw to second to
catch Fisher. The peg was bad and
Fisher went to third, coming home on
a bad throw to third by Duncan. The
B H o A E
Amtr. Clants j Portland
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0 9 2 v ravm.:(.. . . a - v -v
2 2 OOspcas.m... 3 1 1 00
n a fu i t 1 1 X 1 '
1 OOKIsher.c'.I. 4 2OO0
8 C - Doane. r a 1 0 00
1 3 O.Stumpf.:.. .1 0 2 8 1
1 0 0 Murphy. s. .40141
1 K'Ixl.er.l 2 O 1 00
1 IOKclri.il... 3 O O 01
10 1 OXaliahaii.j. 1
0 0 0 o!
0 0 20
Totals.. U 21 10 31 Totals. .25 7 27 17 5
-B-itu-d for McNalr in ninth.
Ani -ric.in Giants 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3
Hit 1 0 1 8 U 1 1 1 10
Portland. 2001 1000 1
2 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 7
Runs, Hill. Duncan. Bauchman. Davis 2,
Tlsher 2. Struck out. by Evans" 3. by Vf Ick
ware 5. bv Callahan 5, by wnltworth 1.
Bases on balls, off Evans 2. off Wiekware 4.
ott Wnltworth 1. Two-base hits, tiantop,
Duncan 2. Whltorth. Stolen bases, Davis.
Sp.i. Murphy. lbcr. Barber. Santop.
Passed ball. Santop. Innlnjrs pitched, by
Kvana 4.. rims ::. hits by Wiekware 4.
run litis 3. Charge defeat to Whltwortn.
Credit vlrtorv to Callahan. Hit by pltche..
Derrick by Wiekware. Time of game, one
hour and .",0 minutes. t-mplres, Hlxcln
Lottiam and Coltrln.
SEALS ItHLEASE IRA COLWEIX
Both San Francisco and Chicago
Teams Have Iay or Kcst.
SAX FKAXCISCO. March 26. (Spe.
cial.) Seals and Sox alike had a vaca
tion today, tho first of Its sort the
White fox No. 1 rlub has enjoyed on
the trip. The Recreation Tark grounds
were considered too wet for good base
ball. Titcher Ira Colwell was released by
Manaper Wolverton., of the Seals, in the
course of the day. Colwell will go to
the Vancouver, B. C, .team of the
The Chicagoans took advantage of
the dny off to visit the exposition
prniimi?. itmlskoy's team has met
with exceptionally good weather for
the Spring training trip and since this
is tiie Hrst game postponed there was
no kick coming.
In fact, the regulars have had a little
more than their Fhare of work and
Kowlami was rather pleased at the
Much the same thing goes for the
Seals, who have been through a con
siderable grind In the last four weeks
nnd they will undoubtedly be all the
better off for their day of rest.
Weather permitting, the two clubs
will be nt one 'another tomorrow
afternoon on the loc.il grounds.
STAI5S- PKl'KATJED BV OAKS
ClirlU;ui Turns Outfielder Watson
Back to tVes-tcrn League.
PAN FRANCISCO. March 26. (Spe
cial.! Tyler Christian put his Oaks
through a workout today on the home
pronnds against a piefced-up team
labeled the "Stars."' The Oaks won, S
to 3. Prouh. Christian and Bromley
did the twirling for the Coasters and
Arbogast and Price the catching.
George Watson, the outfielder ob
tained by Oaklond on an optional agree
ment with a Western League team, has
been turned back to that club. With
the acquisition of Mundorff and Jimmy
Johnston, the Oaks had no use for Wat
son, particularly as he has never shown
much class in the Spring practice
ASGTJA SHCT OCT WniTE SOX
Dillon Gets Into Game and Slams
Single Over Second.
IjOS ANGELES. March 26 (Spe
cial.) There were two outstanding
features In the humiliation of the
White. Sox today: one that they were
sbut out. 8 to 0. and the other that
Pop Dillon hit .500. Pop butted in the
frame Just long enough to get up to the
plate twice. Thu t-econd time he
flammed a singlo over second and was
jo surprised that he stopped to watch
the ball go.
Young Scoggins got an unmerciful
drubbing- In the fifth, the Angels hit
ting him six times for six runs. He
asked to be permitted to work today,
hoping to wipe out the last defeat, but
his comeback was a fUzle. Lathxop
went in after the fifth and did fairly
McMullen hit well and timely, bis
triple scoring two men in the fifth.
Perritt had the Sox square on his hip
and let them down for four singles in
six frames. Kid Horstman. recovering
from his nightmare, did fine in the last
three. Jack Ryan was sick in bed and
there is some doubt whether he will
be able to pitch the opener Tuesday.
He has a bad cold.
The Venice team had light pracalce
todav. the scheduled game with the
University of Southern California law
school team being called off. Hogan
and bis entire band will leave for Salt
Lake tomorrow night.
The score today: - -
K. H. E-! R- H. E.
yrhito sox.o 6 2;l. a. 8 11 1
i Batteries Scoggins, Lathrop and
Baldwin; Perritt. Horstman and Boles.
2300 FAXS AVATCH MORJIOXS
Sqnad Has Two More Stiff Workouts
and all Men Cut Loose.
SALT LAKE. Utah. March 26. (Spe
cial.) The Salt Lake ball players had
two more stiff workouts today. All
the men cut loose, for the day was
ideal. Kddie Faye was so much im
proved that he has permission to join
his teammates tomorrow.
About 2500 fans saw the practice
this afternoon. Harry Hannaji hit a
home run. which was one of the long
est seen here.
All anxiety concerning the new
baseball plant - was set at rest when
2200 opera chairs for the grand stand
showed up. Six hundred more are due
tomorrow morning. The big stand is
half under roof and will be entirely
covered by tomorrow noon.
Cincinnati 12, Mobile 0.
MOBILE. Aia., March 26. Cincinnati
Nationals defeated the Mobile team, of
the Southern Association, here today 12
to 0. Score.
Tl. H. E.i R. H. E.
Cincinnati 12 17 TMobile 0 4 2
Batteries Dale, Ames, Benton and
Clark, Gongales; Harkins, Covington
and Brown, Berger.
Cleveland 4, Houston 8.
HOUSTON. Tex., March 26. The
Cleveland American regulars defeated
the Houston club, of the Texas League
here today. Score:
H. H. E.I R. H. E.
Cleveland ..4 S 2Houston 3 8 4
Batteries Steen, Morton and O'Neill,
Billing; Edmonson and Allen, Query.
Athletics ft, Phillies IS.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 26.
The Philadelphia Nationals defeated
the Philadelphia Americans here today,
13 to 6. Score:
R. H.E.I " R. H. E.
Nationals 13 11 21AmerIcans. 6 10 3
Batteries Mayer, Oeschger and Ad
ams: Bressler, W'yckoff. Myers and
Rraves 5, Atlanta 1.
ATLANTA, Ga.. ilarch 26. The Bos
ton Nationals won easily from the At
lanta Southern Association team here
today, 5 to 1. Score:
R. H. E l R. H. E.
Atlanta ...1 4 2Boston 5 7 1
Batteries Williams. Allen and Jen
kins; Strand, James, Crutcher and
Cubs 5, Louisville 1.
TAMPA. Fla., Starch 26. Tho Chi
cago Nationals defeated Louisville, of
the American Association, 6 to 1, here
R. H.E. R. II. E.
Louisville .1 10 2jChicago ...5 6 2
Batteries Perry. Scanlon and Clem
ens; Vaughn. Standridge and Har
CLUB SHOOT IS TODAY
BIGGEST OXE-DAY EVENT OF OR
Frizes to Be Given to Four Men and
Trophies to Tfcree Women All to
Have Equal Chance to Win.
That the largest one-day shoot ever
held by the Portland Gun Club at its
Jenne Station grounds will be staged
tomorrow, is the belief of Secretary
Joseph A. Addleman and Manager E.
L. Matthews. Prizes for the four high
men and suitable trophies for the three
high women contestants have been
procured and all is in readiness to have
the first gun fired at 9 o'clock in the
President Everding has been busy
with tho preparation for the event,
which will be the first shoot he will
have attended since his return from a
month's Journey in Washington.
The closeness of the state shoot,
April 26 and 27, makes tomorrow's af
fair an ideal one for those who figure
on entering the big shoot, for it will
give an opportunity for them to lim
ber up and get into practice. Fifty
bird contests will be shot by tho men
and the women will be called on to
shoot in only -25-bird affairs.
The past two or three Oregon state
shoots havo not been as successful as
they should have been, according to
many local trapshooters. and it is the
desire of the members of the Portland
Gun Club to arouse more Interest in
the annual tourney. Contestants from
all over Oregon will be on hand to try
for the many cash prizes.
Manager Matthews has decided to
use the added bird system tomorrow
to award the prizes, as by it everyone
will have an equal chance to win the
prizes. One 50-bird event has been
placed on the programme In which no
entry fee will be charged and 2 cents
for each target shot at will be the only
To get to tho Portland Gun Club
take the Estacada car and get off at
Jcnne Station. Shooting will start at
9 o'clock in the morning and last all
Detroit 4. Xew Orleans 6.
"NF.W ORLEANS. March 26. The New
Orleans team, of the Southern Associa
tion, defeated the Detroit Americans 6
to 4 today. Score:
Tt. H. E. R. H. E.
Detroit 4 7 0."ew Orleans.6 10 1
Batteries Boland, Ledbetter and Sta
nage, Peters: Frost, Bagby and Hlgginsj.
FAIR CREDITED FOR TRAVEL
Hotel Clerk Says Record Number of
Tourists Are Going South.
That the San Francisco Exposition
is a heavy drawing attraction is
vouched by C. D. Schreiter. a clerk at
the Portland Hotel, who said that the
travel south is heavier than the travel
north. "Ordinarily there is heavier
travel north at this time of the year,
as the tourists who pass the Winter in
Southern California go home about this
time and many use the northern lines,"
said Mr. Schreiter yesterday.
"But this year Is different. I don't
think that the 'Winter tourists have
started home and I look for eavy
travel about May 1. The tourists at
present aro prosperous farmers, who
have taken in the Exposition at San
Francisco and are returning home to
superintend planting their crops. The
travel south has been unusually good
N'ew Orleans la to hava a school of sales
manship for Uta bsnaflt cf d&rka.
TIGERS' 1914 L055
PLACED AT $28,362
Permission . Obtained to Sell
$75,000 Worth of Stock
to Meet Deficit.
FACTS BACK UP M'CREDIE
Light on How Clubs Drop Money
Held to Sbow Necessity of Adher-
L ins to One-Umpire System.
Rising Expenses Are Cited.
BY KOSCOE FAWCETT.
Happy Hogan's Venice team in the
Pacific Coast League lost ?28,362 last
year. This statement is the sworn
affidavit of the club owners made to
the Blue Sky Commission of California.
The club owes $60,000, receipts last
year being 90,760, and expenses $119,
033. The Stockton team in the state
league cost Venice $11,116.62, so the
loss of the Venice teany proper was
only about $17,000.
The assets of the club were estimated
at $176,000. of which ?1JO,000 is the
value of the Coast League franchise.
Permission was given to Maler to sell
$75,000 worth -of stock to clear off the
accumulated losses of the past two
This sworni statement of the Venice
club owners elves some Idea of the
financial failure last year in the Coast
circuit It also backs up Judge Mo
Credie's argument that the league
should try to get along with one
umpire until suoh time as all the
clubs get on a sound basis again.
"They may reinstate the double
umpire system." said he yesterday, "but
they'll not get my favorable vote. We
discussed the matter throughly at our
annual meeting and I am sure that Ed
Maier and Tom Darmody would not be
boosting for the double system had
they been present.
"Our expenses will be something
fierce this year. We are paying $3000
per season rental on an abandoned park
In Oakland that we took over to keep
the outlaws quiet seven years ago. It
was sheer nonsense because we had the
outlaws licked and there was no neces
sity for assuming their obligations.
"A few years ago our individual club
assessments for the maintenance of
the league Itself was about $195 per
month. Now it is something like $600
per month or more than $4000 per sea
son for each club. That gives you some
Idea of what we have to pay outside
of our own club expenses."
Pitcher Bishop, of the Portland club.
Is not destined for Spokane after all.
Spokane wants Ed Barnes, the big
soldier, but the Indians have no room
for any more young pitchers. Bishop
may be placed with Victoria. Spokane
is hot on the trail of the Bortland
magnate for an infielder. Coltrln or
Davis will satisfy the Northwestern
Tyler Christian- has announced his
Oakland batting order for opening day
against the Seals. Mundorff will lead
off with Manda in second and Johnston.
Ness and Middleton in the cleanup
holes. Here it is in full: Mundorff,
right field; Manda, second base: Johns
ton, left field; Ness, "Hrst base: Middle
ton, center field; Lindsay, third base:
AJc'ock. shortstop; Elliott, catcher;
Portland's Baseball Boosters at a
meeting this noon at the Hazelwood
will choose an official design for the
buttons to be worn during the next
few years. '
Designs have been submitted by
eight or ten of tho cleverest artists in
theity and these will be voted on.
Various committee reports are also
on the tapis and further plans for a
record-breaking crowd on opening day
will be outlined.
President Higgins and Secretary Ap
pleby report extraordinary Interest In
the opening this Spring, which knocks
in the head the indigo predictions that
this is to be an off year in baseball.
MILWAUKEE TEAM PKAOTIOIXG
Ball Squad Getting in Shape Tor
Game With Orient April It).
The Mllwaukie High School baseball
4. tM rrattinty Intn )tB TIC for 1 tS CHITl C
LCtilll ' -'
with Orient team at Orient April 10,
which will be the first in the county
championship series. Daily practice Is
. , i 1 J n . x Pmrctol T.akn Pis rk.
Deing uctu i l . j .
with Principal Robert Goetz and Mr.
Colton, of the school faculty, as coaches.
The team tins year is composea 01 vno
following: Captain. Lee Thlessen,
pitcher: Edward Rigdon, catcher; Man
ager William Merrlott, first base; Al
bert Gambel, second base; Herry Jett,
shortstop: Louis Shindler, third base;
William Miller, left field; Boscoe Kin
sey. center field; Claude Buckner, right
field, and Gordon Falk, utility outfielder.
The schedule for the Clackamas School
League has just been announced by
ribe Oalr t -rrwc Teams
from four places, Milwaukle, Orient,
Oregon City and Molalla, have entered.
The northern section will open at Orient
April 10, with a returne game at Mll
waukie April IT. Winners in the north
ern and southern sections win meet at
Gladstone to play for the county cham
pionship. PACTFIC TR.vcioircx rnoMisrvG
Many Old Men on Ttoster and Sew
Talent Is PJcaslng.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY. Forest Grove,
Or., March 26. Track work began last
week under Coach Takel. Several men
turned out, and from the material
shown up the prospects are bright for
a winning team.
The old men of last year who are
showing up in fine form are Kicker,
Tupper, Dibble and Bobinson, while
Taylor, of last year, the pole vaulter,
is the only loss from the team.
The new men are Clark. Llvesay,
Lucas and Wilcox. With this material
Pacific University is looking forward
to the coming track meets eagerly. Sev
eral contestants will be sent to the in
tercollegiate meet at Columbia Univer
sity April 10.
Brief Bits of Sport.
Bill Rodgers. ex-Beaver captain, now
with the Cleveland Indians, Is certainly
laying on that old pill for all he is
worth. In every game played at the
Cleveland training camp Bill connects
for a couple of clouts. In a recent
game he smashed out four hits in five
chances and put over three tallies. One
of the bingles went for two bases.
The Athletics are jinxed. Louis Van
Zelst, the little hunch-backed mascot,
died recently. He was 20 years old, but
his growth was stunted by an accident
when he was lz years oia. ine Ain
letics were In a slump back in 1909
when Connie Mack saw hiro watching a
game and had him act as bat boy.
Later ho was appointed mascot and
fhm nhrcp. n?t piiv him a CUt Of
u.w - . - J o
each world's series coin.
Abe Attell. ex-featherwelght cham
pion, will soon be in Portland. Abe
la now an actor ana la ooing a turn
at Seattle this week. Reports have
reached him of the cleverness of Abe
Gordon, the local amateur, and he in
tends to give the boy the "once over
when ho arrives in Portland.
Josh Devore, one of the luckiest
players in baseball, has taken a record
drop, from ' the world's champions to
the bushes. Josh recently purchased
an interest in the Chilllcothe, O., club
and will manage that team this sea
Walter Johnson is the biggest man
on the Washington payroll. This goes
both ways. The secret was let out
recently when the Senators were
measured for their new uniforms. Walt
has a chest expansion of 4t incnes.
However, he is not credited- with
having the biggest head on the Wash
ington roster. He and Joe Engle each
wear a size 1 cap.
" The City League fever has broken out
all over the Northwest. Besides Port
land. Seattle, Spokane and Tacoma will
have a city circuit this season. The
league will prove of srreat benefit to the
bushers who would have been left out
in the cold this year, as several of
the small circuits have been dropped.
PASADENA POLOISTS LOSE FIRST
nOUND IN TOURNAMENT.
Game Under Auspices of Exposition at
Man Francisco Played on Slip
pery Field in Pourlns Haln.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 26. On a
slippery field, which made fast riding
dangerous and with the rain pouring
down tho greater part of the time, the
Burllngame Polo team defeated the
Pasadena four today by a score of 4
goals to 2. The match was the first
round for the Burllngame cups in the
universal polo tournament being held
under the auspices, of the Exposition.
Burllngame was'conceded one goal by
handicap. In the first period Fleish
man, of Pasadena, scored the only goal
which tied the score. There was no
change in the second cbukkur. Carolan
carried the ball half the length of the
field for a tally in the third period. No
scoring was done In the fourth chukkur.
Paul and Carolan added a goal each In
tho fifth and sixth respectively, while
Pasadena's second and last score came
in the seventh period, through pretty
riding by Le Boutelller.
Philadelphia Country Club and the
Midwicks team, of Pasadena, will play
tomorrow in the second round for the
Golden Gate cups.
OBAKS MIX THREE STRAIGHT
Rainbow Bowling Team Defeated in
Final League Match at Eugene.
EUGENE, Or., March 26. 'Special.)
The local, end of the schedule of the
Willamette Valley Bowling League
came to a close last night, when the
Obaks defeated the Rainbow represen
tatlves in three straight games. Hyland,
of the Rainbows, with 234 pins, made
the high game and Patton, of the
Obaks, went away with high average
of 209.. Patton also made high aver
age of the season with 192. The Cor
vallis and Salem Club teams have a
match to roll and then the schedule for
the season will be completed.
Following are the results of the
game last night and the standings of
The Obaka 1. 1. 3. T't'I.
Shaw 180 173 169 522
Reynolds 395 1S1 181 GS7
Baker ......164 132 226 582
B. Eaton 233 213 167 613
Patton , 202 201 22S 628
THa Rainbow :
Salem Electric ...
Obaks Eugene ....
. .974 940 968 2883
S90 66 2647
Won. Lost. Pet.
..19 11 .633
XILES AVD PBLI DEFEATED
Two Favorites Eliminated at Long
wood Club Tennis Tourney.
BOSTON. March 26. The elimination
of N. W. Niles. of Boston, and T. R.
Pell; of New York, was the feature of
the second day's play in the annual in
door invitation tennis tournament of
the Longwood Cricket Club today. The
First round, Irving- O. "Wright, Boston, de
feated B. S. Prentice. New York, 2-6, 6-2,
wnil round. J. T. Edones, Providence,
defea'ed T. Ft. Pell. New Torlt. 7-9, 8-0. 8-3.
R N. Williar.iS. II, I'nuaceipnia, txeieaicu
J. S pfaffman. Boston. 7-3, 6-3.
H. C. Johnson. Boston, defeated N. W.
Niles. Boston, 6-2. 6-2. '
lrv!nT C, Wright. Boston, defeated II. O. M.
Kelleher. Seattle, 7-3. 7-5.
Doubles, first round, N. "W. Niles ana A H.
Dabney. Boston, defeated A J. Veysey. Mon
treal and H. G. M. ICelleher. Seattle, 6-3, 6-3.
Second round. R. Norrls Williams II..
Philadelphia, and H. C. Johnson, Boston,
defeated T P.. Pell and B. S Prentice, New
York. 6-1. 6-2
1C0-TO-8-SHOT WIXS CHASE
Ally Slopcr Takes First in $15,310
Steeplechase at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. March 26. The Grand
National steeplechase, run here today,
w won by .M'y SJoper. Jacobus was
second and Father Confessor third.
Twenty horses started, but only nine
The betting was 100 to 8 against Ally
SJoper, 25 to 1 against Jacobus and 10
to 1 against Father Confessor.
The. steeplechase, a handicap, was
worth Jl 5,510 to the winner. The race
was roo over a course of four miles
and 856 yaids
BOWI-JnVG RECORD IS BROKEN
Coloradoan Rolls 711, Higbest at
Any American Congress Meet.
T5T-ODT A Tt? -Wnroh 26. The score
of W. H. Pierce, of Pueblo, Colo, who
last night rolled 711, Is the highest
ever rolled In tne singles at any tour
nament of tho American Bowling Con
gress. Walter Cook, of Philadelphia, with
697, Is In second place.
Winner Is to Be Named.
The board of directors of the Port
land Soccer Football Association will
j : j . ..( tn ho V.lri tnnli-ht
which team is to be declared winner of
first honors for the 1916 season, ine
meeting will be held at 8:20 o'clock In
, 1 n4lAaa TnVl Tl T. TtlTVrT. in thft
Chamber of Commerce building. The
contest appears to oe Deiwceu mo
Multnomah Club and "Scotty" Dun
can's Weonas, but several protested
and forfeited games are to be awarded.
Iowa Retains Coach Havrley.
CHICAGO, March 26 Jesse B. Haw-
ley, for three years coach of the uni
versity of Iowa football team, today
signed a contract here to drill the team
tor one more season, tuai 01 mie.
BIG PARADE TONIGHT
City Leaguers Are Ready' to
Make Their Turnout.
AGGIE GAME IS TODAY
West Side Club Is to Meet College
Team at Recreation Park Ed .
Rankin Chosen as empire
and Uneup Announced.
ah i In readiness for the parade of
the City Leaguers tonight. The brass
band heading tho procession will start
from Second and Oak streets at 8:30
Tha r- tMfflii of the league.
as well as the East Side Redmen, will
be out in uniiorm. lue i.uugo uiomuoi o
will turn out in their Indian togs and
war paint. The parade will move up
Washington street to Tenth and then
down Morrison and over the bridge to
Grand avenue. It will then go north
An .. .1 tr TCaKt T4rnadwav and back
over the Broadway bridge to the West
Side and disband.
Several autos will be in line, convey
ing the players of the four teams.
The Archer & Wiggins Company
VYILIIUITJVV ouf-iv - ...
club yesterday, but as several other
firms have come to me iront wim of
fers, the' team will retain its place in
the league. ,,,
Uanlin 1 1, o vpturati umoirc Will
officiate in this afternoon's contest be
tween the Oregon Aggie team and the
West Side club of the City League. The
roma will h nlaved at Recreation Park
and will start at 3 o'clock. Bicky Will
iams will be Dr. Stewart s cnoice on
the mound, opposing Bert Fitchner for
the West Siders.
Al Lodell, the former Pendleton man
ager, will be seen on first tor the West
Side 'club. Fred McKeem will be out
i . v. An inf,,rii viim Th ntv Leaarue
club is figuring on using Wolfer, the
interscnoiastic star, in ine uuwi
den. The lineups:
Vv eller, c.
BOXERS ACCEPT WELSH
JOHSON AND WILLARD LIKE CAL
IFORXIASf AS REFEREE.
Battling; laoa'i 20-Ronnd Boot Talk
of Camps and Negro Call It Tip
, on Result of Ble Battle.
HAVANA, March 26. Jack Johnson
and Jess Willard put In several miles
of road work this morning. The weather
was threatening ana . tne pugilists
worked indoors in tho afternoon.
Both men expressed satisfaction with
the selection of Jack Welsh, of San
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riauLiauv, -.,.. .
hoped he would agree to serve. Welsh
is accustomed to long ngnts, sucn as
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be. He has knowledge of in-fightlng
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able. The fighters evidently are plan
ning on close work when they meet.
Battling Nelson's 25-round fight last
night with Jimmy Freyer Is the talk of
both camps. Johnson says that Nel
son's vlctora- gave "a tip on the re
sult of the big battle."
WELSH SAYS RE WILL ACCEPT
Sun Franciscan Will Iave Today
for Havana to Referee Fight.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 26. Jack
Welsh, named as referee of the John-son-Willard
fight for the worlds
heavyweight championship at Havana,
Cuba, April 4, said today that he will
aWelsh will leave here for Havana
RING TEAM TO BE CHOSEX
Xortlivrest to Send Only Amateurs
to San Francisco.
T. Morris Dunne, secretary of the
t", ,... A eartdfl tlon. the lO-
cal branch of the Amateur Athletic
Union, will leave Portland for Seattle
Mr. Dunne while in Seattle will con
fer with the president and vice-president
of the 'association regarding the
boxing and wrestling teams that will
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elation at the Panama-Pacific Exposi
tion championsnips. iir. uuu
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ably would be made at Sunday s ses
sion in Seattle, a. a. umuauiiw
Seattle, president of the association,
, . r o nnn4urifv vlcft-nresident. of
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Spokane, are the other two officials.
Another meeting oi um
Northwest Association officials will bo
held at a later date, at which time the
various other teams will be chosen.
"The greatest care will be taken In
selecting the boxers." said Mr. Dunne
before lits departure. "None but simon
pure amateurs will be chosen. The
boys who have become professionals
by appearing in unsanctioned meets
will lose out entirely."
SWTMMJXG POOL WORK BEGIXS
City 'Evpects Tank on Old Mult
nomah Site to Bo Finished Soon.
Workmen, employed by the city, be
gan work yesterday on a swimming
t ih. itn, nf the old Multnomah
clubhouse at Chapman and TamhlU
streets. The officials ol tne aiunno
msh dub. when apprised of the sttua-
Chinook salmon have arrived at
Oregon City and are looking for
brass, nickel and- copper spin
ners. Be prepared with first
class . tackle, as the big ones
strike hard. We are better pre
pared than ever to supply your
needs for salmon fishing.
Fourth and Alder
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FIFTEENS P '
tion. donated the grounds where the
old clubhouse was destroyed by tire.
James O. ConviH. City Superintendent
of Parks, visited tho site yesterday and
said the old swimming tank could be
utilized. It Is the plan to bulid the tank
with a sloping bottom and about .'0 oy
30 feet. .
The swimming pool will become the
property of the city and will be run on
the same plans as those In the parks
at Sellwood and Peninsula.
The work of construction will take
about two weeks.
Bescher Vmlecided About Trade.
SHERMAN, Texas. March 26. Bob
Bepcher, New York National outfielder.
Bargain fclvht Kverj MrM Bifiac mt
tile DCHMin. AU.U innairii
Ladle' ka!r for Ktt, 4B.
1CK Ulf I'ODilOMfi.
reported last night as havlr.K been
transferred to the St. l.ouln NHtionnH,
said here today he hud not decided defi
nitely to accept the ctianpe.
That Tno5Qti!to dtmrt flome ;on.0ft(),ooj
from Nw Jery farm valiioa th re
markable tatenint mad by a cw Jartay
Just Fresh Not Green o
Do you smoke all of your cigar? Or just take a few
puffs and "bing" away it goes too dry too much
dust-burns too last.
a - YOA
ia alwayi fresh, not green, and nevr dried
out. All the flavor and aroma ii protected
hv a tin-foil and tiisue wrapping. No other
ciear can be wrapped like EL DAIJ.O.
Patented machines do it. 1 ou lust trade a nickel
for a cool, aatisfyina EL DALLO today, t rtmk
and mild. Take our tip and try on.
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