lO THE MORNING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY, MAY 4. 1915. ANGELS ARE PICKED TO STAY NEAR TOP Club Appears Right for High Pressure Campaign Up to September or October. BEAVERS GETTING BETTER Portland Pitching Starr Xot Yet In Best Form and May Have to Be Bolstered Late Start' Laid to Series of Slumps. Pacific Coaxt Leaicue Standings. W. I- Prt.i W. 1- Bet. Pan Fran.. 18 14 ..vuu'Oakland 13 17 .460 3.. Angeles. 13 .B.M! Venice 13 lo .4(54 baltLako.. 14 14 .C0U Portland. . . 131.4oJ Yesterday' KeHults. Ko tamti played, traveling day. Where the Teams Play Today. . Portland at San Francisco, Oakland at Salt Lake, Venice at Los Angeles. BY ROSCOE FAWCET.T. Early form and early spirit consid ered. Los Angeles at last appears to have a ball club that will stand the pace down the long grind pennantward. Year after year the Angels have been rising up in April and May with the championship aspect, only to pull up like a world-weary man selling tripe when exposed to the mid-season blows of old Doc Adversity. But this year the Angels appear to be right for a high-pressure campaign even down into September and October. Indeed, it will surprise a lot of the supposedly -wise ones if Dillon's crew Is not up around the first or second notch at the showdown. Only those clubs, as a. general rule, can hold out through the qualifying rounds that get strong pushing. With the addition of Southpaw Scogglns, of Lincoln, Dillon has a rirst-class flinging corps. At least Ave of his squad are topnotchers Southpaws Love and Scog glns and Right-handers Ryan, Hughes and Perrttt. Lefty Burns has kicked In with a few goods games and he may surprise somebody, although we cannot figure him in the role of a Summer's sensation. Khmke Gives Setback In 1914. Ehmke's midseason fizzling was a serious setback to the Angels last year, to, if Scogglns holds up as he has started, the Seraphs ought to be stronger In the box than in 1914. Add to this the superfine work of Terry at short and McMullen at second, and it is easy to figure the Cafeterisns somewhere near the top of the heap in October. Buemtlier at third base is also an im provement over Metzger, if results of the recent series on the home lot are worth anything. Buemlller hit .333 in the six games, and ranks second only to Terry in the matter of driving in runs. Terry belted five over the plate, Buemiller four and Harry Wolter three. ZUcMullen's bat average for the week was .400, Terry's .286 and Buemiller's .333. Ernie Johnson was a nifty little shortpatcher, but "BuemillerVTerry-Mc-Mullen" looks a lot better to us around on the far side of the infield than the " Metzger-Johnson-Page " arrangement of one year ago. Beavers Show Improvement. Last week's performing in the Coast League brought forth little of the ele ments of surprise. Portland' showed some slight improvement by breaking even with the Angels three games apiece. San Francisco demonstrated its avowed class by beating the Salt Lake sluggors four out of six. one going to a tie, and Venice trimmed Oakland three out of five. That San Francisco and Salt Lake could each use another 18-karat twtrler Is the belief in ball circles. Fanning's great exhibition Sunday morning proves that he has a few good games in his right wing yet. If Hub Pernoll will only follow suit, the Seals will look a little better. Portland's twirling crew is not yet right and unless Bobby Keefe comes through and absorbs considerable of the burden on his spare frame it is barely possible that Walter McCredle will have to bolster, along with the Bees and Seals and Tigers. The new recruits. Leonard and Coveleskie, have shown flashes of real pelting, but it takes more than flashes to win pennants. Leonard May Be World-Beater. Tr Leonard could only keep that un derhand ball of his below the belt line all the time, he would be a world beatur In this Or any other league. Perhaps he will be able to do so later on in the year, for he has always been noted as being a late starter. Coveleskie has as much natural stuff ss any pitcher in the league. Give the young Pole a change of pace and he need not wander around in the brush west of the Rockies. No man can look at any young ball pitcher and tell you what he's going to do, so we will turn the drop of these "two youngsters for the time being and let the future speak for them. Leonard was not taken South with the Beavers, Murphy being gl-en his berth at the last moment; so we'll have to wait for. a few weeks before passing final verdict on the big auburn-thatched heaver. So far as Portland's usual cellar- start is concerned, the whole kit and caDoodle of fans have settled upon the reasons for the fall-down. As near as we gather, the pitching staff is de crepit and senile, the infield Is wav and the outfield needs four shots of turpentine. All Agree About Ca tellers. rui n, wunuer, everybody seems agreed mat Mack has two remarkable catchers in Fisher and Carisch. The standing of the clubs gives the lugubrious ones an edge on any kind of an argument at this stage of the race, but the Beavers really aren't a bad ball club. If Portland had boasted a hard-hitting third baseman in the lineup, Just one new man, we venture to say the club would be in the first aivision toaaj,-. uniortunately Doane, Lober, Uoltrin and Davis all nursed their slumps at the same time and the result could hardly be other than dis astrous. Lober drove in only one run in the entire three weeks at home this last trip. Last week, however, he began belting the ball for fair, with an aver age or .383. Bobby Davis whacked in four runs for an average of .353. Doane hit only ..231 In the week, but he boosted four runs across the pan, giv ing him eight for the fortnight. ' Derrick and Stnmpf Valuable. The two most valuable men to the club eo far have been Fred Derrick at first base nd Bill Stumpf at second. As pinch-hitters these two stand head and shoulders above anything on Mc Creclie's payroll. Here are the three weeks' figures showing the number of runs driven home by each Beaver: Der rick II. Stumor 11, Doane 8. Fisher 6 Speas 5. Davis 5, Carisch 2. Lush 2 Lober 1. Kircher J. Krause 1, Coltrin 1, Hisginbothain 1. Evans 1. ' Speas is not among the leaders as a run-maker, but Bill is making up for it in other departments of nlay. He is showing more pep and hustle than any man on the club. Two weeks ago, ugainst lame-armed Salt Lake out- fielders, BUI stretched elx singles Into doubles in the series. If Mack had nine Speases he wouldn't ha-ve to ait up nights worrying himself out of hair and home. YANKEES KETAIX THEIR JjEAD Victory Over Philadelphia, 8 to 4, Sixth Straight for Xew York. NEW YORK, May 3. The New York club retained its lead in the American League today by winning- its sixth straight victory, defeating Philadel phia. 8 to 4. The pitching of Bush and Bressler was wild, as they passed 14 men. Score: Philadelphia I Ke Tork ' Murphy.rf Old ring. I. Strunk.m.. Kchang.c. Lapp.c. .. . Lajole.2... Mclnnls.l. Rarry... .. Kopf,3. . .. Buh,p. . . Bressler,p. Jl H U A IJ 11 w A r- 1 2, Malsl. S.. , 0 1 0 0 0 HartaeU.l. 0 OIHlRh.m. . . 2 2'Pipp.p.... 1 OlCook.r 4 OlPeck ush,s 0 0;Boone. 2. . . 2 0Sweeney,e. 0 OiFi.her.p... 2 0 10 2 1 0 5 0 14 1 2 1 2 O 0 0 3 0 O o o 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 1 4 0 0 0 1 O Totals. 15 13 24 13 4 Philadelphia New York Totals.. 2S 27 15 1 .0 0100210 0 .1031000 8 Runs. Oldrlng, Lapp, Lajole. Bush, Malsel, Hartzell, High, Plpp. Pecklnpaugh. Boone. Sweeney, Fisher. First base on errors. New York 1. Two-base hits, Hartzell, Lajoie, Strunk. Stolen bases, Malael 3. High 1. FiBher, Boone, Double plays. Bush and Mc Innls; Boone. Pecklnpaugh and Pipp. Earned runs. New York 5, Philadelphia 4. Base on balls, off Fisher 1. Bush 8, Bressler 6. Struck out. by Fisher 1, Bush 1, Bressler 2. Bits, off Bush 4 In 3 innings (none out la fourth), Bressler 2 la 6 Innings. Umpires, Evans and Mullaney. Boston-Washington game postponed; wet grounds. PITTSBCRG WIXS AXD LOSES Brooklyn Feds Break Even in Their 15th, Double-Header or Season. BROOKLYN. May 3. Pittsburg and Brooklyn broke even in the fifteenth double-header of the season here to day, the visitors taking the first game 3 to 1 and the home team winning the second 8 to 7. In the fist contest Hearne. although hit hardder than Upham, kept his op ponents' hits well scattered, enabling Pittsburg to win. The visitors ap peared to have the second game won also, but a great rally by Magee's men in the last inning sent over tour runs, winning the contest. Scores: First game R. H. E. - R. H. E. Pittsburg. 3 6 0i Brooklyn.. 18 0 Batteries Hearne and Berry; Up ham. Marion and Land. Second, game R. H. E. R. H. E. Pittsburg. 7 8 3Brooklyn.. 8 12 2 Batteries Dickson, Camnltz. Kogge. Barger and O'Conner; Seaton and Wat son. Baltimore 7,' Kansas City 5. BALTIMORE. May 3. Baltimore broke its losing streak today by tak ing the last game of the series Irom Kansas City. 7 to 6. Shaw's hit over the fence in the ninth inning gave Baltimore the two-run lead and won the game. Score: R. H. E. R. H. JS. Baltimore. 7 10 0Kan. City.. 5 9 1 Batteries Smith and Owens; Black- bum, Hennlg, Harris and Brown. Chicago 7, Buffalo 3. BUFFALO. May 3. Chicago made it four straight from Buffalo by winning today's game. 7 to 3. Fritz furnished the feature of the day in fielding and at bat. both his hits being homers. Bedient went to pieces in the sixth inning today. Score: R. H E. K. H. is. Chicago... 7 11 2Buffalo 3 8 2 Batteries Johnson and Fischer; Bedient. Marshall. Ehmke and Allen. No other games scheduled. HSHERMEX'S LUCK OHAXGES Parties Find Few Bite on Last Day or Visit to Streams, VANCOUVER, Wash., May 3. (Spe cial.) Fishermen from Vancouver, who went out Friday night and Saturday, returning today, say that fishing was good Saturday, but was not good Sun day. George B. Simpson, City Attorney, got the limit of BO on the Big wasnou- gal yesterday. Frank M. Troeh, the ex pert trap shooter of this city, landed 34 on Burnt Bridge Creek Saturday, but Sunday he got but eight on Salmon Creek. Arthur J. Borland. Dr. R. J. Mercer and O. M. Hidden, who went on the Little Washougal. got 71 yesterday. Manv automobiles from Portland also brought fishing parties to streams in Clarke County. Kelso Track Team Victorious. KELSO, "Wash., May 3. (Special.) The Kelso High School track team downed Kalama High School Saturday in a dual meet by a score of 88 to 33. winning every event except the shotput and the discus-throw. Bozarth, Oys ter and Lelchhardt were high point- winners for Kelso. The Cowlitz County track meet will take place next Sat urday at Woodland. Herzog and Rigler Fined. ST. LOUIS, May 3. Manager Herzog, of the Cincinnati Nationals, and Umpire Rigler, of the- National League, were each fined $5 ana costs In police court here today for fighting at the St. Louis Cincinnatf game Saturday. The fines were remitted on payment of costs. Neither Herzog nor Rigler appeared in court. Wilsonville to Have Team. WTLSONVILLE. Or., May 3. Wil sonville is to have a fast baseball team this season. The opening game is to be next Sunday. Several players who tried out with professional teams but were turned back for more season ing have been signed to play for Wil sonville. Baseball Statistics. STANDINGS OF THK TEAMS. National League. W. L. Pet. 12 4 .730 St. Louis 11 .047 Brooklyn W. I-u Pet. Phllad'lph Chicago . Boston . . Clncin'tl , .10 9 .328 . . 7 10 .412 . . 5 12 .204 8 7 .33:". Pittsburg . 0 8 .K!.ev York. . . 4 lO .-'ail American League. New York.lO 4 .714Roston ... Detroit ....13 .HMii'Ieveland . Chicago ...11 S .37!St. Louis.. Wsh'gt'n . 8 8 .571Ph'ld-phla. . Federal League. 5 e 8 10 3 13 4 11 .433 .444 .278 .267 Chicago Pittsburg .12 5 .700!Kan. City. .11 8 .57!ji;t. Louis.. .11 8 .57iBuffalo ... 9 7 lO 0 13 7 13 .r,no .412 isewark .310 Brooklyn ..10 8 .at,Baltlmore. . American Association. .333 Tnd'np'ls . l.oulsv'l St. Paul.. Mtlw'kee . 12 . Cleveland . 11 .647 Kan. City. lO 8 .r5iMln'ap-ls . lO 8 .556Columbus . P 8 8 8 did 3 15 .B20 .M)0 .8 .167 ' Western League. Omaha ... 7 2 .7"8Wlrhtta .. Topcka . . . 3 .67iSioux C'ltv. Des Moines 7 4 .3K St. Joseph. Denver ... 3 8 .623Ulncoln . . . Northwestern Leaf us. Tacoma . . . lO 4 .714'victorla .. Vancouver . 8 5 .615jSeattle ... Spokane . . 7 6 .538;Aberdeen . 5 5 3 8 3 A 3 7 e s 8 4 10 .500 .2 .333 .22: .500 .4 .26 Yesterday's Results. American Association At Indianapolis 4 Columbus 2; at Louisville 5. Cleveland 6 at St. Paul 1. Milwaukee 3; Kansas City- iuinneapoiis game orr. rain. Western League At Wichita 8. Denver 4 at Topeka 1, Lincoln 6: at Omaha 3. St. Joseph K; at Des Moines 8. Sioux City 7. Where the Teams Play Today. Pacific Coast League Portland at San Francisco. Oakland at Salt Lake, Venice t Los Angeles. Northwestern League Spokane at Van eonver. Victoria at Tacoma, Aberdeen at Seattle. CUBS BEAT PIRATES Stormy Game Is Sixth One in Row Won by Chicago. UMPIRE BANISHES CLARKE Pitcher Pierce Expelled for Throw ing Bat at Cooper Pittsburg Accused or Delaying Play Hoping' for Ha in. CHICAGO. May 3. Chicago won its sixth straight victory today, defeat ing Pittsburg, 5 to 1. in a game short ened to five Innings by rain and punc tuated by arguments between players and umpires. Home runs by Hinch man and Saier produced the first scores, and fast base running, a few hits'and Cooper's wild pitch gave Chicago four in the third. Thereafter the visitors. Manager Bresnahan charged, strove to delay the game so that the threatening rain would fall before the legal four and one-half innings could, be played. Man ager Clarke, of the visitors, was ex pelled following Umpire Byron's de mand that his team cease dilatory tac tics, and Pitcher Pierce, of the Cubs, was ousted for throwing his bat at Cooper, who, he thought, tried to hit him with the ball. Scored - Pittsburg Chicago a H O A E' B H O A B Carey.l... .1 2 1 0 OGood.r 2 1 2 00 Johnson. 1 3 O 5 0 O Ftsher.s. .. 1 O O 30 Balrd.3.. 2 0 O S 0 Si-hulte.I.. 1 1 1 O 0 Hlnch'n.r. 2 2 1 0 0 Zim'er n.i 10 110 Wanner,!. 2 0 1 OOSaier.l 1 1 7 O0 Lejeune.m 2 0 1 0 0WU'ams.m 2 0 10 0 Viox.2.... 2 O 0 ' 1 OlBresna'n.o 2 1 3 00 Gibson.c. . 2 13 1 n;phelan.3.. 2 o 0 O0 Cooper.p.. 2 0 0 2 01 Plerce.p. . 1 O 0 20 vausnn-.. o o o u Humph'a.p 0 O 0 0 0 Totals. 20 5 12 7 0 Totals. 13 4 13 6 0 Ran for Pierce in fourth. Pittsburg 0 1 0 0 0 1 Chicago t 01 4 0 x 5 (Called end fifth, rain.) Runs. Hlnchman, Good, Fisher. Schulte. Saler 2. Two-base hits. Carey 2. . Home runs, Hlnchman, &aler. Stolen baes. Bresnahan. Saier, Schulte. Vaughn 2, Earned runs, off Pierce, 3 in 4 innings: Humphries. 2 in 1. Wild pitches. Cooper. Umpires, Byron and Orth. Brooklyn 3, Boston 2. BROOKLYN, May 3. Dell had the better of a pitching duel with Rudolph today, and Brooklyn won from Boston, 3 to 2. Both sides were blanked until the fifth, when Myers' double, a wild pitch and Schmidt's dropping the ball on Schultz' grounder let in the first run. Boston tied the score in the sev enth on Daubert's wild throw and Maranvllle's single. Successive triples by Cutshaw and Myers and an out gave Brooklyn the winning runs in its half of' the seventh. Score: Boston I Brooklyn BHOAEi BHOAE Moran.r.. 4 10 0 OiOmara.e. . 4 0 110 Esan.2... 3 1 3 5 0! I au bert.l. 4 16 11 Gilbert'.. 1 0 0 0 O Stengel.r. . 4 0 3 00 Fitzp'k.2. 10 0 10 Wheat,).. 2 0 4 1 0 Con'ly.l.. .3 11 0 0iCutshaw,2 3 1 2 30 Magee.m. 4 0 0 0 OlMyera.m.. S 2 2 00 Sehmldt.l 4 1 13 6 l!Schultz,3. 3 1 1 00 Smlth.3.. 3 11 1 0;Miller,c. . 3 0 8 0 0 Mar'v'le.s 4 1 3 4 0 Dell.p 3 0 0 10 Gowdy.c. 4 0 3 1 0 R'dolph.p 3 2 O 4 01 Cather. 0 0 0 0 o Totals. 34 8 24 10 li Totals. .20 5 27 7 1 Batted for Egan in eighth. Batted for Rudolph in ninth. Boston 00000010 1 2 Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 Runs, Smith 2, Cutshaw, Myers 2. Two base hits, Myers, Schultz. Three-base hits, Cutshow, Myers. Earned runs, Boston 1, Brooklyn 2. First base on errors, Brooklyn 1. Base on ball, off Rudolph 1, off Iell 4. Struck out, by Rudolph o, by Dell 3. Um pires, Klem and Emslle. Xew York 3, Philadelphia 2. PHILADELPHIA, May 3. After be ing blanked for eight innings. New York rallied in the ninth today and de feated Philadelphia, 3 to 2. In the ninth Lobert scored on his double, Fletcher's out and G. Burns' sacrifice fly. Singles by Robertson, Brainerd and Meyers, and Whltted's bad throw to the plate allowed two more runners to score. Score: New York I Philadelphia B H O Af: H O AE Murray, m. X O IMRvmo 3 S 0 0 3 0 Doyle,2... 4 1 1 0 Bancrofts. 4 0 3 0 Becker.. .. 3 1 3 Opravath.r.. 4 S 0 OjWhitted.m. 4 116 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 O 16 0 1 2 110 1 12 1 0 0 4 0 1 1 1 00 obert.a.. 4 Fletcher. s. 4 G.Burns.l. 3 R'berts'n.r 4 Brainerd, 1 4 Meyerfl.c 4 Fromme.p 1 Ritter.p. .. 1 i) Uugey.2. .. 4 8 0 0 0 0 II Luderus.l. 4 E.Burns.c. 3 Clialm'rs.p 3 0 4 0 0 0 o Grant ... 1 o o o Totals. 34 0 27 11 0 Totals.. 33 7 27 112 Batted for Fromme In eighth. New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 Philadelphia 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Runs, Lobert. Robertson. Brainerd. Becker. Dugey. Two-base hits, Robertson, Lobert, Dugey. Three-base hit, Bancroft. Home run, Becker. Stolen bases. Robertson 2, Dugey, Luderus. Earned runs. New York 2. Phila delphia 2. Double play. Bancroft to Luderus. biases on nails, otr Rltter l, Chalmers 1. Hits, off Fromme 6 in 7 Innings, Ritter 1 in 2. Struck out. by Fromme 3. Ritter 2. Chalmers 2. Umpires. Quigley and Eason. XEW SEATTLE PITCHER WIXS Joe Lotz,1 Defeats Aberdeen, 3 to 1, in His First Game in League. SEATTLE, Wash., May 3 Joe Lotz, the new pitcher Seattle obtained from the St. Louts Nationals, made his debut in the Northwestern League today, and pitched Seattle to victory, the locals defeating Aberdeen 3 to 1. Lotz' pitch ing was the feature of the game. He was wild at first, but as the game pro gressed developed speed and control that held the opposing batters helpless. Score: R. H. E. RltE. Aberdeen ..1 5 4Seattle 3 7 1 Batteries Clark and Lewis; Lotz and Cadman. Spokane 6, Vancouver 1. VANCOUVER, B. C, May 3. Spokane outplayed Vancouver in all departments today, and won the first game of the series 6 to 1. Included in Spokane's hits were .three home runs. Coltrin's sensational fielding featured the game. Score: - R- H. E.I R. H. E Spokane ...6 8 0 Vancouver .. 1 5 2 Batterles-i-Salveson and Altman; Doty tnd UliseK. I Tacoma 5, Victoria 2. TACOMA, Wash.. May 3 Tacoma took the first of the series, with Vic toria today S to 2. Both teams got out some long hits, there being three two baggers and three triples. House, for Victoria, was slaughtered In the first inning for three runs, but he tightened and thereafter held the Tigers scoreless except in the fourth inning, when they sent two across, score: R.H. E. R.H. E Victoria 2 6 2Taooma ....5 S 1 Batteries House and Haworth; Kauf man and Stevens. DR. WISE . HAS BEST SCORE Women to Have Tea at Tualatin Clnb Xext Sunday.' Dr. Jonah B. Wise registered the low est score in the first day's play in the Tuaiatin Golf Club handicap tourna ment now going -on. His score was 02 for the 18 holes, and Allen Meier, the only other membrr of the club at scratch, was one point behind Dr. Wise. Three more weeks of play will be re- Quired before the winner can be de cided. The president's cup. of which Alien Meier Is holder, will be awarded to the winner of this tournament. Two flights will occur next Sunday and a third is being considered. Will Heller is scheduled to play Allen Meier next Sunday, and Dr. Wise will play either Jack Lewiston or Dr. Sternberg. In the second flight Ed Neustadter hooks up with Will Llpman; Lester Sichel will furnish opposition to Clarence Fox. M. Friedenrich and Sam Hlrsch will oppose each other, while Monte Mayer will battle against Jack Lewiston or Dr. Sternberg. An Informal tea has been arranged for next Sunday, and a women's tournament will be started the following Sunday. ATHKXA EASILY BEATS MILTON Chick Invincible in Pinches In East End League Game. Standing of East End Leane Club. G. W. L. Pet. Milton-Freewater 6 4 2 .66 Athena 6 3 s .5O0 Weston 6 3 3 .600 Helix S 2 4 .333 ATHENA. Or., May 3. (Special.) Athena's East End League club had no trouble beating Milton-Freewater here today. Chick was invincible in the pinches and struck out ' eight men. Batholomew was replaced by Duff in the fifth. R- H- E. R. H. E. Athena. . .4 5 6;Milton. . ..1 3 6 Batteries Chick and King; Bartholo mew, Duff and Rennick. Helix 5, Weston 4. HELIX. Or., May 3. (Special.) Weston got 11 hits off Thome today, but lost to Helix through loose playing. The score: R. H. E. R. h. E. Helix 5 3 2Wcston. . .4 11 9 Batteries O. Thorne and C. Thome; O'Hara and Woods. Amateur Athletics. Masterly pitching on the part of Herman Politz was in a large measure responsible ior ma i-to-e drubbing handed the FMetach ner-Mayer Company baseball team by the Lion Clothing Company on the Vaughn street grounds Sunday. Politz allowed but three hits and struck out seven men In five innings. Davis, of the winners, registered tour nits out or lour trips to the nlate Batteries: Lions. Politz, LaOr&nde and Groom; Flelschner-Mayer & Company, Kot- terman ana touse. . Final arrangements were made yeslerday whereby the Portland Colored Giants will make the Journey with Manager Harper to ine Danes for the big exhibition game to morrow. A big celebration bas been planned for the opening of the Cslllo Canal and the Giants were secured for part of the dhicd&ii attraction. The North Portland Grays were without a game Sunday because of the failure of the Newsboys to show up. The Newsboys naa anotner contest scheduled for that day. consequently the Graya were left out of the running. Manager Dan Nolan would like to hear from any fast out-of-town nine for a game for the North Portland Grays. CaU him up after 6:30 o'clock at night at Main 317, or write to tilm at 280 Korth Thri teenth street. ' Another victory went to the Golden Hods Sunday. This time the Albers Brothers Mill succumbed, 5 to 3. Coleman, who started the contest for the Golden Rods, allowed three runs in the third inning, so Les Cregg went i in to pitch. With the score 3 to o against him he let his op ponents down with but two hits and his teammates scored rive runs. At Nelson, of the winners, knocked a home run. Ted Sullivan and Danny Williams also featured In the hitting. . Coleman, Cregg and' Shea worked for the Golden Rods, opposed by Losier and Morgan. The St. Andrews ball tossers won a hard fought 3-to-2 game from the Gresham Giants Sunday at Gresham. Kelly, of the winners, was touched up for but three safeties, ' while the locals registered a half dozen. Kelly and Rogers opposed Baker and Bateman. s Although hl Harrlman Club baseballers lost to the Hood River aggregation, 1 to 0 Sunday, the locals still are out to meet the best in the state. The railroaders were let down with but two hits, both made by John Hyland. It rained a little before the game and this had a tendency to keep the attendance down. R. H. B. Hood River (Stockton Jfc Button).... 1 5 2 Harrlman Club (Drlscoll & Madden.. 0 2 2 . Pitcher Doty, of the Piedmont Indians. Is charged wltli the defeat of his team by the Highland Juniors Sunday. The score was 4 to 3 in favor of the Juniors. Doty allowed but three bits and whiffed 11, but errors on the part of his teammates proved his downfall. Pinder and Williams did duty for the winners, with Doty and Gustafson for the Indians. By starting to score !n the opening frame. the KIrkpatrick Stars downed the Oswego team, 14 to 11, Sunday. The feature of the contest were the hitting of Claude Dixon, McCoy and Gillmore and the field ing of Lollick at second base. In a fast, clean game the St. Helens ag gregation Bhut out the Ridgefield represen tatives. 3 to 0. Sunday. "Red" Lund struck out 14 and allowed but two hits. K. H. is St, Helens (Lund A Jamieson) t S 3 Ridgefield Cate Murphy) 0 3 City League Xotes. The shakeup in City League circles is just about due. The three weeks' play on the sand lots didn't help the league any and lost it a number of good players. When the teams get back to Vaughn street next Sunday most or "them will look considerably different than they did at their last appearance. The Piedmont Maroons is the only club that has not made numerous changes in the lineup. Ed Kennedy in the out field will be the only new face in the lineup. The big ex-Coast Leaguer is having a great time with the Maroons. He Is the Germany Schafer of the squad. Persistent reports that Bill Healis is to resign the management of the Sell wood club are being heard. e A good deal of horseplay was pulled on the Sell wood diamond Sunday that no doubt will evoke the ire of President Maurice Whitehead when called to his attention. The diamond at Piedmont across from Peninsula Park will be fenced and equipped with a grandstand before the teams finish their three weeks setto at Recreation Park." A goodly number of fans are not fa miliar with the price charged by the City League. An admission fee of 25 cents admitting to the grandstand is charged for the Sunday double-headers. This i cut-rate prices If the teams put up the brand of ball they did the last time at Recreation Park. Hank Aiken was out of the Sellw?od lineup Sunduy with an injured digit. Hank works in a machine shop and had the misfortune to have the end of his forefinger on his right hand clipped off Saturday. Claule Schmeer, manager of the East Side club, intends to have a petition circulated asking that the grounds at East Twelfth and Davis streets be In closed. He declares that he can get all the signers necessary. , Tono 10, Cliciialis 1. CENTRALIA. Wash.. May 3. (Spe cial.) Criger was in fine form yester day and the Tono coal miners defeated Chehalis, 10 to 1. Tono scored five runs in the third inning and five in the seventh. A home run by Coent the Tono shortetop, and the fielding of' Coen and Bloomer were features. Ix; Baron Allows Ono Hit. CENTRAIJA, Wash., May 3. (Spe cial.) In a fast game at Doty yester day Doty, defeated the Chehalis Ath letic Club. 4 to 0. Chehalis lost the game on errors, LeBaron, a Centralia boy, in the box for Chehalis. holding Dwty to one hit. 4 'ill I f H. L. KEATS AUTO CO. PORTLAND Broadway at Burnside. SHAKE-UP HITS OREGON UF.GILARS LOSK PLACES AFTER WALLOPING BY AGGIES. Uer.dek Recruit Players From Inter Kraternlty League and Shifts All Men lit Efforts to Win. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene, May 3. (Special.) There is a mighty shift taking place in the baseball world at the Oregon campus this week. Coach Hugo Bezdek is about as change able with the personnel of his varsity ball team as Is Spring weather on the Pacific Coast. Not one "regular" has a place cinched from now on. and. to use the phrase of the lemon-yellow mentor. "They have got to show some class before a reinstatement takes place." Never in the history of athletics has the Oregon team been so severely wal loped by Agricultural College. Satur day's defeat was a climax to Friday's disaster, 20 to 7. The Eugene fans are gasping yet. From the ranks of the Interfrater nity League, Coach Bezdek is recruit ing players. Dave Philbin has Jumped the Sigma Nus and is working nicely behind the bat. The big boy looks good, bats well and might possibly serve In a regular capacity the re mainder of the season. Lyle Bigbee will take a fling at first. Cornell will migrate to short stop. ."Skeeter" Bigbee is stationed at third and Morris Bigbee Btill re mains at second. This Is the juggle by which Bezdek hopes to win ball games. A piker frequently saves money by it. The Cortland has as much grace and style a it is possible to crowd into a collar. Good to look at, comfortable to wear. k Collars have the famous Lanocord Unbreaka ble Buttonholes (in no other make) which don't stretch, spread, break, tear nor pull out. Chalmers New Six $1400 A Thoroughbred THE Stork has visited the Chalmers dealer. He left a real, live, little beauty. It is full of "pep" and personality. It is more than "a chip off the old block." Although it shows a marked family resem blance, it has a different type of texture and a finer physical frame. It has a full high fore head, a long rangy body and a running gear that is bound to set a new world's record in the cross country class. You can see it without charge or take it home for $1400. This is the lowest price ever fixed on Chalmers Quality. SEATTLE 1513-17 Broadway. Phones Main 5368, A 1170. Tire secret is out O I us Leg Union Shirt. 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