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HONORS AT TRAPS
Portland Gun Club Member to
Represent Oregon at
98 PER CENT SCORE MADE
Competition So Keen in Main Event
at Oregon State Trapshooters'
Tournament That Shoot-Off Is
Needed to Decide Ties.
BT EARN It. GOODWIN.
To I. Rayburn, a member of the
Portland Gun Club, goes the honor of
representing Oregon at the grand
American handicap at Chicago, the
blue-ribbon tourney of the trapshootins
world. With no apparent strain on his
part, Rayburn broke 98 blue rocks out
of 100 In, the main event of the Oregon
State Trapshooters' Association tourna
ment, which came to a successful close
at the Portland Gun Club yesterday
Competition In the main event was so
close that a shoot-off was necessary
before the seven high men could be
awarded trophies. The surprise of the
day was PL L. Spangle, of Salem, a
compartive "dark horse," who tied with
four others at 92 per cent.
Templeton and Spangle Tie.
In the shoot-off for fourth place
Spangle went straight with Frank Tem
pleton and another event had to be
staged between the two. In the next
20-blrd affair Spangle broke all but
one and his opponent dropped two.
thereby allowing Spangle to have a
strangle hold on fifth money.
In the first event Frank Troeh went
high among the amateurs with 143 out
of a possible 150. Second honors were
given to P. P. Nelson, of Yacolt. who
broke one less than the Vancouverite.
Among the professionals I H. Reid, of
Seattle, and .Frank Riehl, of Tacoma,
each finished the second 150-bird event
minus but six birds out of the lot.
During the two days' shoot Frank
Troeh, of Vancouver, led the amateurs
with a grand total of 382 out ot a pos
sible 400, while II. E. Poston, of San
FTanclsco. showed his heels to the
other professionals by his mark of 386.
High runs yesterday were Just as
prevalent as In the Monday shooting.
In all five Dupont high run medals
were awarded, as well as three Her
Lonf Runs Are Made,
I H. Reld and Frank Riehl each
smashed 88 blue rocks before he
missed one and R. L. Pangle, an ama
teur, was gilt five birds behind the
leaders. I. Rayburn registered 69 in
one string, H. F. Wihlon went him
two better, P. J. Holohan came through
with a 62 and C. 13. McKelvey scored
two high runs, the first being a. 64
and his next attempt three birds less.
Pete O'Brien was second high ama
teur of the main event, with his- fark
of 96 per cent, and Frank Van Atta was
hut one marker behind. James W.
Seavey, of Eugene, with his first high
run of 79, was awarded the handsome
roll watch offered by the Portland
It. Rayburn, who won the main event
yesterday, has been shooting less than
three years and. his first real test
was a month ago, when he won the
Imperial Hotel diamond medal. Ray
burn replaces Henry F. "Wihlon, of
Gresham, in making the Journey East
on behalf of the Oregon State Trap
Next Big Shoot In June.
In all 48 entries were received In
the main event, but only 43 registered
any scores. The next big shoot will
he the Northwest tournament scheduled
for the Portland Gun Club June 6, 7.
8 and 9.
Followlnr are the scores made In the sec
end day's opening event:
Shot at. Broke.
- Li. m. Keia, Seattle
K. Riehl. Tacoma
Frank Troeh, Vancouver
H. E. Poston, Sau Francisco.
T". P. Nelson, Vacolt
James W. Seavey, Eugene...,
P. J. Holohan, Portland.....
Frank Van Atta, Portland...,
H. V. Wihlon, Gresham
P. H. O'Brien, Portland
J. A. Pague, Tacoma..-
A. R. Wilson, Salem.........
A. Riehl, Tacoma
Van Arnum, Portland........
E. B. Morris. Portland
A. Blair, Portland
Frank Templeton. Portland...
L. Rayburn, Portland
J. P. Bull, Portland
C. E. Feller. Portland
Mark Slddall. Salem
Charles Lelth. Woodburn. .
''. K. McKelvry. Seattle
C. W. McKean. Portland....
Al Seguln. Portland
F. E. Butler, Lewiston
.r. A. Troeh. Vancouver
Mark Rickard, Corvallls
W. a. Bullock. Albany
M. R. EverdiiiK. Portland....
CInn Hilgers, Portland
AV. R. Allin. Independence....
K. "VV. Cooper, Tacoma
H. H. Veatch, Cottage Grove.
K. L,. Matthews. Portland
J. E. Reld, Portland
Wen Bell, Yacolt
E. A. Bean, Eugene...,.
R. R. De Armond, Independence. iro
E. H. Keller, Portland
A. W. Strowger. Portland.
J. B. Murphy, Portland....
K. o. Hawman. Woodburn.
A. G. Magers. Salem......
F. O. Joy. Portland
vr. K. Franco, Arlington...
J. K. Simpson, Stevenson..
K. E. Young. Portland....
"W. F. Woelln, Portland.
H. H. Handy, Portland.
Fnllowln. are the scores rn the main
ot the 1015 Oregon tttato Trapsnoote
.Name. City. Shot at.
1.. Rayburn, Portland.. 10
II. K. Poston, San Francisco, k 1l
P. 3. Holohan, Portland 100
Pete H. O'Brien, Portland 10
J. A. Dasu.i. Tacoma loo
Krank Riehl. Tacoma loo
yrank Van Atta, Portland...... loo
E. McKelvry, Seattle loo
I. P. Bull. Portland 300
Krank Trooh, Vancouver loo
A. R. Wilson. Salem 10O
r. IT. Reld. Seattle loo
Charles Leith, Woodburn 100
K. B. Morris. Portland loo
Krank Templeton, Portland.... 100
"on lingers, Portland loo
It. T- Spangle. Dayton 100
1.. HarKrove. Portland lix
William Caldwell. Portland loo
James W. Heavey. Eugene 10
Mark SldrtalL Salem
3lark Rickard. Corvallls.....
K. K. Young. Portland
i'. E. Feller. Donald
H. '. Wihlon, Portland
rr. O. r. Thornton. Portland
K. H. Keller, Portland
P. P. Nelson, Yacolt
W. K. Fran?e. Arlington
Al fieruin. Portland
A. -Blair, Kortia-ia km
W. K. Allen, Independence vloo
TI. r. IMAnnond, Independence loo
K. A, Bean. Eugene lOO
A. W. Strowfter, Portland....... loo
II. R. Everrtlng. Portland ... -r." . loo
C. W. McKsan. Portland. loo
J. A. Addleman. .Portland 100
Karl R. Goodwin. Portland loo
Miss Gladys Reld Portland.... 100
C Harsrove. Portland 10O
Mrs. Dolph, Portland inn
K. L Matthows, Portland 5
SfEET TO BE HELD AT UXIOX
Schools Throughout County to Be
1 Iteprcseuted May 1 In Contests.
JL'XIOX, Or Ajjril S7 .(Speclsa,).
Arrangements have been made to hold
the annual county track and field meet
at the race track in this city May 1.
There are many promising athletes in
the county schools and LaGrande,
Cove, and Union will compete for first
honors. Several of the smaller towns
will have strong entries. Plans are
being worked out to make the event a
Wapato nigh School Wins Again.
WAPATO, Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) The Wapato High School ball
team added the second victory to their
season's score Friday afternoon by de
feating the Selah High School team on
the grounds of the latter by a score of
10 to 3. The team the week previous
won a game from Prosser on the Pros
ser grounds. Wapato will meet the
North Yakima High School team Satur
day of this week. Neither team has
lost this season.
Iou Xordyke "Back to Bushes."
WENATCHEB, Wash., April 27.
(Special.) . Monitor, strengthened by
Lou Nordyke, former star first sacker
for Spokane, gave Cashmere its first
league defeat yesterday, by a score of
5 to 4. Nordyke's playing was easily
the feature of the game. The batteries
were Vedovell - and Nelson, Cashmere;
Bardln and Bardln, Monitor.
FOURTEEN AUTOS ENTER
RACES AT SPEEDWAY - SATURDAY
AND SUNDAY PROMISE MUCH.
Fastest Machines Pacific Coast In
Events Officials Are Chosen.
Track Is Pat In Shape.
The official entries for the Portland
Auto Race Meet to be held Saturday
and Sunday at the Rose City Speedway,
closed Monday night with the largest
list of bona fide entries ever seen in a
Portland meet. The cars are said to be
all fit and ready to race, and the meet
ing promises to be one of the most spec,
tacular ever held, in the Pacific North
west over a mile 3irt track. The en
tries and drivers are as follows:
..... .Jim Parsons
...... Charles Latta
....... Henry North
. .. .Jack Curtis
... Frank Elliott
Harry D. Stratton
Velie Fred Barsby
Pope's Special C. N. Bankhead
Buick F. V. Forbes
Stoddard-rayton C. H. Epton
Blue Bird Ray Bland
Marmon Billy Smith
Buick Emerson Reed
The first six cars are among the
fastest racing machines on the Pacific
Coast, and the drivers are the real
speed kings of the Northwest. Frank
Elliott's Gordon's Special is now en
route from Los Angeles, and the other
cars are to arrive tomorrow morning.
H. L. Keats, representative of the
American Automobile Association, has
approved the list of officials, which are
as follows: Referee, Frank C. Atwood;
starter, C. J. Cook; judges, M. C. Dick
inson, Lawrence Therkelsen, Thomas
Word; scorers, R. E. Blodgett, E. A.
Renison, R. L. Schultz; timers, Frank
Watkins. Roscoe Fawcett, B. Trenk
man, James E. Appleby; clerk of the
course, William Wallace.
The work of oiling the track will be
begun tomorrow, and Superintendent
A. B. Carnes will have a force of men
at work grading the track today to re
move every particle of grass and dust
as far as possible.
The owners of the Portland racing
cars are at work day and night
to put the finishing touches on their
machines, and to find any possible de
fects. BOXrVG PERMIT IS SOUGHT
Uotel Clerks Will Appeal to Mayor
A committee composed of members
of the Oregon State Hotel Clerks' As
sociation will call on Uayor Albee to-
CONSPICUOUS FIGURES AT THE OREGON STATE TRAPSHOOT TOURNAMENT BROUGHT TO A
CESSFUL CLOSE YESTERDAY AT JENNE STATION.
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day" in an effort to procure a per
mit to hold some boxing bouts in con
Junction with a proposed smoker at
the Armory. The smoker originally
was scheduled for April IS, but 'was
postponed .indefinitely when the ban
was placed on boxing.
The proposed ordinance will become
effectsKe if passed at the third read
ing and will become effective 30 days
after passing. This wiil legalize regu
lated amateur boxing exhibitions the
latter part of May.
It ls expected that the Mayor will
issue a permit to the hotel men after
hearing their case.
Centra II a Guard HasTltle Smoker.
CENTRALIA. Wash., April 27.- (Spe
cial.) The - last smoker to decide the
boxing championship of Company M,
Second - Regiment, National Guards of
Washington, was staged in the armory
last night. Privates Dent and Miller
boxed their third draw and a medal
will be awarded to each. Sergeant
Carver won the decision over Sergeant
Watson, and Privates Snyder and
Randall boxed a 'draw. A free-for-all
between the non-commissioned officers
and privates with ten men in the ring
was won ,by. ' the, former,
Three New York Pitchers Are
Prey of Boston Swatters,
Who Win 12 to 5..
PHILLIES DRUB BROOKLYN
Bancroft's Fast Fielding Puts Halt
on Super-oas' Rallies; St. Louis
and Cubs Blank Pirates and
Reds in TVell-Played Game.
NEW YORK, April 27 The Boston
Nationals made their first appearance
in Manhattan since winning their world
championship last Fall, and easily de
feated New York 12 to 6.
The visitors hit both Perritt and Bit
ter hard. Scupp, McGraw's third pitcher,
was finally able to stop the Boston
batting. Rudolph was very effective
early In the game, but eased up with
an 11-run lead. Schmidt and J. Smith
each hit a home run, double and single.
New n ork
B II O A E
B H o A E
Moran.r. . 5 0 1 Ofl'Murmv.ni. R
Fitzp'ck.3 4 2 5 4 UDoyle.S. .. 5
Gllbert,l. 2 0 0 OOLobert.S.. 4
Cather.l.. 2 0 10 llFletcher.s. S
Magse.m . 3 2 4 0 0 Burns.l 4
Schmldt,l 4 S 12 1 OlMerkle.l. . 3
J.Smith, 8. 5 S O 1 OjRob'tson.r. 4
Maran'le.s 5 2 1 5 OlMeyers.c. . 3
Jowsy.c.. ;:t l 2 o o; j.H.Sm'h.o 1
-ttuaoipn.p a a 1 z OiPerritt.p. . 1
Kitter.p. .. l
Totals. 36 18 27 13 2
Totals. 36 9 27 11 4
In tlfth; batted.
Batted for Rltter
for Schupp In ninth.
Boston 0 2 3 0 3 4 00 0 II
New York 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 5
Runs, Fitzpatrlck 2, Gilbert 2, Magee 3.
Schmidt 3, J. Smith 2, Lobert. Fletcher,
Burns 2. Merkle. Two-base hits, Magee,
Schmidt. J. Smith. Three-base hits, Lobert,
Murray. Home runs, Schmidt, J. Smith.
Stolen bases, Gowdy 2, Fitzpatrlck. Barned
runs. New York s. Boston 10. Base on er
rors, off New York 1, Boston 3. Base on
balls, Perritt 2, Rltter 2. Schupp 1. Katlolph
1. Hits, off Perritt, 4 in 3 innings: Rltter.
8 in 3 innings; Schupp, 1 In S Innings. Hit
by pitcher, Fletcher by Rudolph, Fitzpatrlck
twice by Hitter. Struck out, by Perritt 3,
Fchupp 1, Rudolph 2. Umpires, Quigley and
Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 2.
PHILADELPHIA,. April 27 Both
teams hit hard in today's game, but
twice Brooklyn's rallies were stopped
by doable plays started by Bancroft,
and Philadelphia won 5 to 2. Cravath's
home run, Chalmer's double and Whit
ted's single drove in the home team's
B H O A
B H OAK
3 OIByrnes.S. .
3 0 Bancrofts
0 0 Basker.l. .
2 0Luderus.l ,
Totals. . 39 12 24 15 llTotals SI 11 27 16 3
Batted for Rucker in eighth.
Brooklyn O O 2 0 0 0 0 0
Runs. Oraara, Daubert, Byrne, Bancroft,
Cravath, Luderus, Killifer. Two-base hits,
Omara. Stengel, Chalmers. Home run, Cra
vath. Stolen bases. Wheat, Myers. Earned
runs. Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia 4. Double
plays, Myers to Miller to Omar, Bancroft to
Nlehof f to Ludcrus. Bancroft to Luderus.
mm W'S GIANTS
X tfsVsJ 7 - , sww.
1) Left to Right L. H. Reld. of Seat ties 'and P. J. Holohan, of Portland,
Well-Known Professionals, Waiting' Their Torn at the Traps. S Frank M.
Troeh, of Vancouver, GettlnK Ready to Let Fly at a Blnerock. 43) James Iv.
Simpson, President of the Stevenson ( Wash. Gnn C'lnb, Wearlnsr a smile
, "That Won't Come Oft." Incidentally Mr. Simpson Won the Gold Watch
. Ulvcn by the Portland Guu Club for the First Day's Scores. - -
Let's gather around
close hy ourselves
for it's the open season for chumming it with a jimmy pipe
that's all packed jamfull of Prince Albert tobacco that never
bit any other man's tongue, and won't
bite yours I
For it's mighty widespread news nowa- "
days that Prince Albert is made by a
patented process that takes the teeth out
of the smoke and leaves your' tongue
calm ancT peaceful-like. Just sunshine,
and , happiness, and quick repeats for
yours ! That's jimmy pipe joy via
the national joy smoke
It will interest you to know that since
Prince Albert hit the pike three men
smoke a pipe where one smoked
before. It blazed the trail to pipe joy
such as men before never could know.
You put faith in your old pipe once
more; pack it right full of P. A. and
go to it like you never were tongue
tortured in your whole life. For.A.
will prove out everything we say
about it that's good. Just can't
"You like P. A. fine in the tidy red tins,
but get acquainted with that pound
crystal-glass humidor with the
sponge-moistener top. It keeps P. A.
fit as a fiddle.
Prince Albert i sold every
xvhere. Toppy red bags, Sc$
tidy red tins, 10c; pound
and half-pound tin humidors
and that classy pound
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.,
First base on errors, Brooklyn 8, Philadelphia
1. Faces on balls, off Rucker 3, Chalmers 1.
Hits off Rucker, 10 in 7 innings; Appleton,
1 in 1. Struck out, by Rucker 1. Umpires,
Byron and Orth.
- St. Ixuis 3, Pittsburg O. -
ST. LOUIS, April 27. Long's -single
to center scored Griner and Huggins
n the third inning of today's game for
St. Louis' first two runs. Another run
in the eighth inning gave St. Louis the
APRIL 28, 1915. "
Winston-Salem, N. C.
victory over Pittsburg 3 to 0. Score:
St. Louis -HOAE1
: 0 2 0 0 Hugglns,2. 3 1 S 40
11 1 OIBescher.l. S 2 1 00
2 2 2 0Long.m... 3 2 4 00
0 1 8 OiMlller.l. . . 2 0 10 00
1 0 OOlWIlson.r.. 8 1 00
2 0 OOBeck.8.... 8240
0 2 2 0Butler,s 2 8 SO
8 1 0Snyder,c. . 3 18 00
O 0 0 OOriner.p. .. 2 0 0 O0
O 1 1
0 0 40
0 1 0
0 0 001
6 24 15 1 Totals. 24 6 27 110
Gerber.s. . 3
Gibson. c... 1
Batted for McQuillan in eighth
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0
St. Louis 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1
Rnns. Hugrglns. Bescher, Lonff. Three
base hit. Balrd. Stolen bases, Lejune 2,
Gibson, Bescher. . Double plays. Beck to
Huggins to Miller: Carey to Gibson. Huggins
to Butler to Miller. Base on balls, olf
Mimnui 1, Kellv 1, Griner 2. Hits off Ma
maux. 3 in 3 Innings: McQuillan, 2, in 4
Innings; Kelly. 1 In 1 Inning. Struck out, by
Mamaux 2, McQuillan 2, Griner 3. Umpires,
Rlgler and Hart.
. Chicago 6, Clncinanti 0.
CINCINNATI, April 27 Cincinnati
could not hit Zabel, and as a result
Chicago shut out the locals today 6 to 0.
Ames, who started the contest for- Cin
cinnati, was hit hard and often, and
retired In the eighth to allow Twombley
to bat for him. Score:
Chicago I Cincinnati
Gooa.r. . . . a32 o oi Leach. m. . 300
1 O Herzog.s. .. 4 11
0 0Killlfer,l.. 3 11
4 0 Grlltith.r. 2 11
Schulte.l.. 4 2
Zlm'an.2.. 5 1
Saler.l S 1
Wil ms, m. 4 2
Bres'han.c 4 1
Phelan.8.. 3 2
Zabel, p. .. 3
o o; (iron, 3. . .. 3 0 1
2 101son,z... 3
1 OlMollwlts.l. 3
5 01 Ames. p. . . 1
I uale.p. ... o
Totals. .37 13 27 13 1! Totals.. 2 4 27 24 2
Batted for Ames in eighth.
Chicago 10100013 0 6
Cincinnati 0000000 0 0
Runs. Good 2. Zimmerman, Saler, Wil
liams. Phelan. - Two-base hits. Schulte, Saler.
Three-base hit. Williams. Griffith, Hertog.
Home run, Williams. Stolen bases. Bresna
han. Schulte. Earned runs. Chicago 3.
Base on errors, Chicago 2. Base on balls, off
Zabel 8, off Ames 2. Hits, off Ames 11 in 8
innings, off Dale 2 In 1 Inning. Struck out.
Zabel 4, Ames 1. Umpires, it lorn and Em
- Kelso 9, Rainier 2.
KELSO, Wash., April 27. (Special.)
1. 1:0 '
v--. Cot. Powell has smoked 94$&tttMtliJrlwJ&l i- 11
tar to years, broking TiXrl.f KM -Pf, !',n.VLSiJ;3 WpTTO U il
Into harness as ten- fegg& k S-J'iIf 1 ''l0NC BU&i,r fe 1 J
rear-old. mMtMLS I
Rainier could not hit Bassett effec
tively in the first game of the season
on the local grounds Sunday and Kelso
won, 9 to 2. With a little faster sup
port the Rainier team would have been
shut out. Next Sunday Woodland will
play on the Kelso diamond." Batteries
were: Kelso, Bassett and Slater; Rai
nier, Brookes and Freeman.
JUNIORS WIN WHITMAN MEET
'Sticks' Dement, of Freshman Class,
Furnishes Surprise of Day.
WHITMAN COLLEGE, Walla Walla.
Wash.. April 27. (Special.) In the
most closely contested inter-class track
meet held at Whitman for several
years the junior class won the annual
contests by a margin of 5 points,
getting a total of 41 points, while the
Sophomores, their nearest competitors,
won 35 counts. The freshmen were
third with 27 points and the seniors
were last, with 23.
"Sticks" Dement, of the freshman
class, was the Individual star of the
meet. Of his team's 27 points he won
15 and sprung the surprise of the meet
by winning the high hurdles over
Hoover in 15 4-5 seconds on a slow
track, with a light rain falling. He
also took first in the Javelin, with 143
Coeur d'Alene Shoot Planned.
WALLACE, Idaho, April 27. (Spe
cial.) The Coeur d'Alene Rod and Gun
Club has invited Wallace and the clubs
of the Northwest to participate in a
grand shoot and campnre meeting !ay
2 at Lake Coeur d'Alene. It is ex
pected that sportsmen from over the
entire country will take advantage of
the invitations and some expert flirts
will be in attendance. The Wallace
Gun Club now holds the championship
Klin a Beats Rochester in Eighth.
CENTRALIA, Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) The Elma baseball team de
feated Rochester Sunday 4 to 2. The
game was won In the eighth when
three hits and two errors netted Elma
three runs. It was a pitchers' battle
between Johnson and Bliss.
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