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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN. WEDNESDAY,- MAY 12, 1915. ' . 13
Hagerman Holds New York to
3 Hits, but Walks 10.
DETROIT UPSETS RED SOX
Senators Invade Chicago and Blank
White Sox, Shaw Getting Fiue
Snpport; Lajole's Hitting Helps
Athletics Beat St. Louis.
' CLEVKLANI. May 11. Cleveland
Opened its series against the Kastern
clubs by beating New York. 3 to 1.
Hagerman. who had not pitched a full
game this year, passed ten men, but as
lie held his opponents to three hits, he
was in trouble in only one inning:, the
eighth, when he forced in New York's
only run. A running catch by Lelbold
in the same inning cut off two other
runs. Jackson's hit drove in Cleve
land's runs. Score:
I New York
I.etbold.ni. 4 1
Turner, 2.. 4 '-S
Chapman, s 3 1
Jackson, r 3
iisger sn.p 3
O A Ki
.' 0 UMalBl,S. .
3 3 0 Hs.rtzell.1.
a 4 O'Hlgh.m. . .
0 OiBootie.S. ..
K O A K
Totals. -20 S27 14 0 Totals.. 8 3 24 14 2
'Baited lor Keating in ninth.
Cleveland 1 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 3
Sviaw York 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 1 0 1
Run?, Lelbold 2, Chapman, Hartzell.
Karned ruiu, Cleveland 2, New York 1. Two.
tue hit. Jackson. Three-base hits, Jark
nn, Fipp. stolen bases, Lsibold, Chapman.
lnubla plays, clmpnisn to Turner to Wood,
aita on balls, otC Ilsserman 10, Keating 3.
fciiruck out, by Hagarmta 4. Kaatinn 3. Base
n rrr, Cleveland 1. Umpires. iivans and
j Detroit fi, Boston 1. .
ETROIT. May 11. Hitting savagely
itvith men on bases and taking advan
tage cf Boston's misplnys. Detroit won
the opening game with the Red Sox
here today, S to 1. Jacobson made two
spectacular running catches of high
fouls. Dauss allowed only four hits,
W seller, 2
tcott.s. . .
Ruth. p. . .
Mays.p. . .
B H O A El
4 0 O.Cobb, m. . .
8 2 P'Veach.l. . .
2 'J O Kavn'gh.a
1 2 li Jac'son.l..
3 1 OiUaker.c. . .
0 3 0;LauS3,p. ..
H O A E
Totals. 30 4 24 18 11 Totals. .SO 10 27 12 3
Unston 0 0 O 0 1 0 0 O 0 1
Detroit 101021 00 5
Hunt, Scott, Bush, Vltt, Cobb, Crawford.
Xaus. Tffo-base hit. Kuth. Three-base hit,
" Lewis. Stolen bases. Bush, Kavanagh. Hoop,
fr, Earned runs, off Ruth H, oft Dauss 1.
Double plaj's, Jacobson to Baker, Huth to
Oainer to Thomas. First base on errors, De
troit 1. Base on balls, off Dauss 3, off Ruth
. Hits, off Rtuh o in b 2-3 Innings, oft
lays 1 In 21-3 Innings. Struck opt, by
Dhuss 5, by Kuth 1. Umpires, Dineea and
Washington 2, Chicago 0.
CHICAGO, May 11. Washington, the
first of the Eastern clubs to Invade
Chicago, shut out the locals, 2 to 0, to
day. They won the game from Scott
in the fourth inning, when a base on
balls and a double by Morgan netted
a run. Their other run came on Moel
ler's homer off Benz. Sensational field.
Ing behind Shaw in the pinches pre
vented the locals from scoring. Score:
Washington I Chicago
B H O Alii it H U AG
fchaw.p. . .
4 0 0 Roth.3. . . .
1 0 OiE.CoU's.2..
3 0 0Fournier,l.
8 OO J.Coll's.r. .
0 2 0, Weaver, a. .
T 2 0 Brief.l....
0 4 0
Totals, .r.3 e 27 12 o
Batted for Scott In 1
Scott, p. . ..
Bens,p. . . .
2 4 0 0
O 1 1 1
0 10 0
0 3 0 0
2 'j 0 0
0 0 4 0
0 0 2 0
0 0 0 0
Totals.. .2S 4 27 10 3
Washington 0O 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
Chicago 00000000 0 0
Runs, Moeller, Milan. Two-base hits, Mor
(ran, J. Collins. Three-base hit, Felsch. Home
run, Moeller. Earned runs, off Scott- 1, oft
SHens 1. Double play, Moeller to Henry.
Kase on halls, off Shaw 8, off ticott 1. Hits,
off Scott 3 in 4 inning's, off Bens 3 In 5 ln
nlnics. Struck out. by Shaw .1, by Scott 1, by
Benz 2, Umpires, Connolly and Chill.
Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 0.
ST. LOUIS, May 11. Strunck ac-ored
ton Lajoie's single in the fourth Inning
of today's game and in the same inning
Mclnnls scored when Lavan fumbled a
grounder. This made two runs for
Philadelphia, Another run in the sev
enth inning completed the score, Fhil
udel, nia winning over St. Louis, 3 to 0.
Philadelphia St. Louis
B H O A Ei B H OAK
TMurphy.r. 4 0 0 0 OiShotton.l.. S 0 3 0 0
dldrlng.l. 43 0 OlAustln.8... 4 0 1 4
Ftruilk.m. 9 S 1 0 Prtt.2., 4 1141
Fchans.c. 4 0 4 0 O Kuftm'n.l 4 1 IS SO
Jajole.3.. 4 3 6 OlC.W'ker.nt t 1 S 0 1
!clnni,t. 4 5 13 1 0 i E.W'lker.r 4 0 1 00
TCarrv.s... 3 0a 5 0 La van. s... 1 0 3 2 1
Kopf.S 4 0 0 a 1 ! Agnew.J. . S 0 S 11
Chank'y.p 4 10 1 OIHouh.p SO 0 4 0
Totals. SS 7 37 16 l Totals. 27 S 27 18 4
Philadelphia 0 0030010 0 3
Et. Luuis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Runs, Murphy, Mrunk, Molnnis. Two-base
hits. Shawkey, Oldrins, C. Walker, Pratt,
stolen bases, Strunk 2, Schang, C. Walker.
Double plays. Hock to Lavan to Kauffman;
ftrunk io Laloie: Pratt to Austin; Kopf to
Mclnnla to Barry; Barry to Lajoie to Mo
lnnis. First base ou errors, tit. Louis 1.
Hase on balls, off Shawkey B, Hoch 4.
struck out. by Shawkey 4, Hoch 2. Umpires,
.Mtldebrand and O" 1 Mughlln.
A RACE betweea the fsjsteet 100 and
120- yard eprtntera In interacholastic
circles of Oregon. Idaho, Montana and
tVashlngton will be held as a special attrac
tion to the annual Washington State lnter
scholastto track and tield meet held at-Full-jnan.
Wash., Friday. "Speed" Coulter, of
the Lincoln High School, considered to be
the fastest youngster in this state. Is un
decided as to whelher he will be able to
make the Journey, owing to the nearness of
(lie Oregon state meet.
Coach Veatch and Manager Biddle Combs
will be accompanied by nine Washington
High School athletes to compete In the Ore
gon state meet at Eugene Saturday.' Coach
jriill Hayward, of the University of Oregon,
tinder whose auspices the track and field
meet is to be held, sent word to Coach
Veatch. of the F.ast Slders, that Wyld, Doty,
Fanford Anderson. Sprlggs, Clarenoe John
son, Wells. Charles Parsons. Ltiui and Vic
Johnson Would be acceptable. These repre
sxntatlvra will leave Portland Friday after
noon and will be in Eugene In time for a
S"od night's rest previous to the holding of
The Highland Baptist nine won its third
straight game of the season from the Pilgrim
Church representatives, 4 to 1. Flsk, twirl
ing for the winners, struck out 10 men and
allowed but three hits. .
Holy Gralt won i hard-fought baseball
game from the Patton-A venue Methodist, on
the Peninsula Park grounds, Monday night.
The score was S to 4. "Southpaw" Halvor.
son. of Holy Grail, allowed but three hits
and whiffed nine of hue opponents. This
was the opening game of the Northwest
Harry M. Grayson, secretary of the Port
land City League, Is umpiring an occasional
game this year to keep his eye in shape, as
lie is figuring on stepping out In faster com-
J lit. ui " I"' " J ,u
every bush park in the -state and because
of his ability to handle the game In good
style, he is much in demand.
Scholls. Or., got away to a good start this
peax, fesYlng; trimmed tha li carer toa &Uie
8 to 1 last Sunday at Scholls. A large crowd
turned oat to witness the contest. Next
Sunday.. Orenco, Or., Is scheduled to be the
opponents of last Stmday'e winners,
Scholia (Bennett and Jack) ........3 9 0
Beaverton 1 8,
A meeting of the Twilight League mana
gers will be held tonight at the Piedmont
Pharmacy, Klllingsworth and Union ave
nues. The meeting is for the purpose of se
lecting officials for the coming games and
win be brought to order at 7:30 o'clock
e e e
Manager Kern, of the Portland Railway,
Light & Power Company baseball team,
wants to make a correction. He saya that
the Crane & Company tossers should have
been credited with but three hits Instead of
10. as published. The Crane team won 12 to
3, but, according to Mr. Kern, 10 errors on
the part of the losers were responsible for
Because of the condition of Multnomah
Field yesterday. It was thought advisable to
call off the Franklin High-Portland Acad
emy baseball game scheduled for yesterday
afternoon. The contest will be staged oo the
same field later lu the season.
Manager Mike DeClcco, of the South Port
land team, would like to receive some out-of-town
games. Call him after 8 o'clock at
night at Marshall 19U2.
Mandel Newman, known as "One-Round
Texas" when entering the roped arena, has
departed for San Francisco, where he ex
pects to take' In the Panama-Pacf Ic Interna
tional Exposition before returning- to Port
land. Newman Is on his vacation at present
VENICE M.VlVAGEIt KHAVGLY
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LOS ANGELES, Cal.. May 11.
"Hap" Hogan. manager of the
Venice Coast League team, is ser
iously ill with pneumonia. Dr.
C. W. Cook, his physician, said
tonight that Hogan was "a very
sick man and would not be able
to play bail for quite a. while."
Hogan developed a severe cold
last night after he had gone
swimming in the surf yesterday
and has not decided whether or not to go
to San Diego, Cel., before he lights out for
Providing the condition of Multnomah
Field warrants It. Jefferson High School and
Washington High wilt cross bats in the an
nual tussle this Spring. Wet grounds caused
tne postponement of yesterday s contest, but
It la thonght that today's game will be
started promptly at 3:15 o'clock.
All managers of amateur and semi-professional
teams In and around Portland are
requested to send In the scores of their
games to The Oregontan not later than 2
hours after the contest has been staged.
Call Main 7070 and ask for the sporting de
partment. e e
Lincoln High School and Columbia Uni
versity will battle tomorrow afternoon on
Multnomah Field In what is considered to
be one of the real championship baseball
games of the rortiand Interscholastic
League for the 101 s campaign. -Ed Rankin
will call the match to order at 3:15 o'clock.
Captain Claude Rlggs. of the Collegians, will
oppose Karl Knuason. tne Railspittters' star
OREGON XIXE MfCII SHIFTED
Bezdek Chooses Bigbee and IMiilbin
as Regular Battery.
UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Eugene,
May 11. (Special.) Bv virtim of ihcir
splendid showing against Willamette
last baiuraay, in which the Methodists
were shut out by a margin of six runs,
Lyle Bigbee and Dave Philhi n will
probably open the two-game series
against uoncn Dooie s varsity men to
morrow. The new battery has been
going well for Oregon and fans will
be satisfied with nothing less than vic
tory when Orogoii concludes arguments
With the Seattle athletes Thursday.
All this week Coach Bezdek has been
nmmn'iTia hi mn an thn har1ra In .
desperate attempt to rush them into a
winninar combination : shift nftir ahift
has been mails and the- stocky mentor
has spared no pains in nia rejuvenating
AGGIE TEAM BEHXXD FLOOD
Seven Athletes, Coach and Manager
Can't Get Home Till Thursday.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL. COL
LEGE, Corvallis. Or.. May 11 (Spe
cial.) The seven Aggie athletes who
represented the Oregon Agricultural
College at the Pacific Coast Intercol
legiate track meet in San Ffancisco
Saturday, together with their coach
and their manager, E. J. Stewart, are
hung up somewhere in the- vicinity of
Red Bluffs, Cal., and will not reach
Corvallis until Thursday. A bad wash
out is given as the reason for the delay.
A telegram was received yesterday by
Everett May from Dr. Stewart and gave
Instructions as to the handling of the
track meet now on.
VICTORIA WALLOPS SEATTLE
Maple Leafs Pile Up 19 Hits and 14
Runs on Two Giant Pitchers.
VICTORIA. B. C. May 11. Victoria
landed hard on two Seattle pitchers to
day, piling up 19 hits for 14 runs and
winning the second game of -the home
series, 14 to 4. Score:
R. H. E. - R. H. E.
Seattle 4 10 3Victoria ....14 19 1
Batteries Lots, Eastley and Cadman;
McKenry and Hoffman, Haworth.
Other Northwestern League games
canceled, wet grounds at Spokane and
Answers te uerlea.
James Fuller. Cathlamet, Wash.
With a man on second, batter makes
hit to outfield. Man on second tried
to score but outfielder makes peg to
the plate, forcing baserunner back to
wards third. Runned caugnt between
bags, catcher throws ball to third base
man. ' Pitcher gets into play by having
third baseman throw the bail to him.
pitcher then returns the .ball to the
third baseman, who in turn tags the
runner. Should the outfielder, catcher,
pitcher and third baseman get an assist
on the play? Answer. Yes, and the
third baseman gets credit for the put
out as well.- ,
H. Waters, Goldendale, Wash. What
is the world's record time for the 50
yard dash? Answer. Five and one-fifth
seconds, both amateur and professional.
C. J. alvvanangh Wins at Handball.
C. J. Kavanausfh took two straight
in the. match with F. N. Stokes yes
terday in the Y. M. C. A. handball
tournament which is being staged by
the business men's classes. Mr. Kava
naugh then will meet the winner of the
Dr. Is F, Fo-Gux v." Thompson match.
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in the finals. . After the single matches
are completed the classes will stage a
tournament of doubles.
Telegraphic Sport Briefs
LANSING. Mich. A bill to legalize 10
round boxing matches in Michigan
was vetoed Tuesday by Governor Fer
ris. Chicago. Because of a row with Um
pire "Silk" OLoughlin in St. Louis,
Ray Schalk. star catcher of the Chi
cago American League team, received
word Tuesday of his indefinite sus
pension. Schalk kicked O'Loughlin's
mask about the field and showed other
signs of his disapproval after a de
cision by the veteran umpire.
New Orleans. Edward Kern, whose
opponent in a boxing bout, Natalia La
fauci, died Monday alght after coi
lasping at the ring, was released Tues
day from oustody. Physicians said La
fauci'g death resulted from acute heart
dilation, superinduced by pleurisy.
RING LOST, BRIDE SUICIDE
Woman Fears Husband Will Scold
and Tries to End Life.
PHILADELPHIA. May 2. Fear that
her husband would scold her because
she had lost her diamond ring while
shopping Caused Mrs. Amelia Garbes,
23 years old, to attempt suicide re
cently. She was taken to Bt. Joseph's
Hospital, where her condition is se
rious. Mrs. Garbes lives on Belleview, street,
near Wylle .When ebe left her home
in the afternoon she carried in her
purse a diamond ring recently given
to ber by her husband. The young
woman was grief-stricken upon her re
turn home when she discovered that
her purse was missing from her hand
bag. Neighbors heard the report of a re
volver, and when they hurried into the
house they found Mrs. Gerbes uncon
scious on the floor. An automobile
rushed her to the hospital.
$1,000,000 IS HEART TIE
Girl to Wed Father's Double, Xever
Seen, to Get Estate.
NEW YORK. May 4. For the pur
pose of marrying a man she has never
seen but who is said to' strikingly re
semble her father. Miss Iris Pearman,
of Springfield, has sailed for Santa
Marts, Colombia on the United Fruit
liner Zacapa. Two years ago her father
died, leaving an estate of over fl.000,
000, which she can only Inherit after
complying with the provisions of his
will, which require that she must marry
a man who resembles in face and traits
her deceased parent.
To comply with the unique request
the executors of the estate sent broad
cast photographs and descriptions of
the late Mr. 'Pearman. Nearly 4000 por
traits and letters were received from
men who were positive they resembled
Among thse waa one from Jose Herm
ida, of Santa Marta, who is declared to
be the image of the young woman's
father. A lawyer was sent to Colombia
to verify this and returned with the
tidings that Hermida not only rsembltd
the deceased, but that- he possessed all
of the others qualifications that would
reflect and hand down to posterity the
characteristics and traits of the late
Following this favorable report Miss
Pearman packed her trunks and started
on her voyage in pursuit of the man
who looks like her father. At the dock
"I know Jose is a wonderful man for
he is just like father. I don't know
where we will live, but I am going to
make him like Springfield better than
South America if I can."
GIRL IS HURLED 20 FEET
Automobile Skids at Embankment
Throwing Family Far.
PITTSBURG, May 3 Their automo
bile skidding and crashing into a tele
graph pole. Otto Elrich. of Philadel
phia, his wife and their daughter Ger
trude, aged IS years, were badly hurt
on the Greensburg pike, at the Turtle
Creek bridge crossing, at Pennsylvania
Railroad tracks. The machine was
wrecked within three feet of a 40-foot
Miss Elrich was tossed 20 feet down
the embankment. Her left collarbone
was broken and she was probably in
jured Internally. Elrich and his wife
were severely shaken up and cut by
glass. The three were taken to the
home of relatives here.
A Different Slant.
Rankin Beanbrough has a terrible
cold in his head from raising his hat
to the ladies.
Phyle That's an altogether new
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