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THE OKEGONIAX.
MONDAY, MAY 17, 1915.
OAKS IKE GLEAN
SWEEP OF SERIES
Beavers Drop Both Sunday
Games After Exciting Fin
ish in Morning.
PINCH HITTERS PERFORM
Portland Scores Three in Ninth and
Goes Ahead Only to Let Com
muters Make two in Their
Half and Take Contest.
racifir Coast League Standing.
W. 1.. l-.CI V. L. P C.
Fan Franc'o 1'tl 1 S ,.V.tl ! Oakland. . . 22 22 .ouo
Los Annlci 2'i 2U .CiH.'.i Venice 17 24.415
bait Lake. .21 10 .525 Portland 10 2i .31)0
Yesterday's Results.
At San Fruncisco Oakland 8-4, Port
land 7 --.
At Salt Lake Los Angeles 5. Salt Lake
4. t lO Innings).
At Lob Angelo.s San Francisco 8-5, Venice
6-4 (second magd 30 innings).
SAX FRANCISCO. Cal., May 16
(Special.) The Oaks nosed across the
wire an 8 to 7 winner this morning,
after one of the most exciting finishes
seen this season. Oakland won in the
afternoon 4 to 2 and made a clean
sweep for the series. At the start
of the ninth inning' in the morning th-i
score was 6 to 4 in favor of the
Chrletianites and the trans-bay fans
were begining to file toward the
' exits, llillyard brought them back to
their seats by singling to center on
the first ball pitched and Prough was
trotted out to relieve Boyfl. Fisher
followed illllyard's lead, but Lober
forced the centerf ielder at third and
Stumpf popped out to Marcan.
Just to show that the game was not
over yet, Davis singled to right to
score Fisher. Doane, batting for Cove
leskie, banged a hard one at Litschi,
who threw wild to first and before
the ball was recovered Lober and
IDavis had spiked the plate.
Oaks Kinlnli Stronx.
Luck rather broKe agalnut Portland
In the afternoon, when Oakland won
again i to 2.
The session was tied for the first
time in the third. Mundoif whistled
a liner through in the infield to center
and was sacrificed by Middleton. who
put the ball to Krausc. Johnston's
out to short advanced his teammate
to third and Mundy came along home
as Ness singled into right.
Johnston's Hit Tics Score.
The last of the seventh saw the Oaks
cut in front for the first time. John
ston laced a two-bagger into left field
and was boosted along by Ness intleld
out. Elliot worked the squeeze not
only to tally Johnston, but to get a
hit for himself.
In the eighth Speas poked a ball at
Marcan, who juggled. Bates rapped
over short field into left and the pair
advanced on a passed ball for Rowdy.
' Then Klawltter cut loose with a wild
pitch and Speas was home. Hillyard
' was walked, while Carisch flied to
Middleton in center.
The windup came in the last of the
same session. Krause hit Litschi and
Klawitter sacrificed to the pitcher.
Marcan rapped against the right-field
fence and- scored Litschi. The Oaks'
second baseman took second on the
play and when Mundovf grounded out
to Stumpf on the hit and run play Mar
can came home. Scores:
Morning game
Portland I Oakland
H H OA F.I B 11 OAK
Derrick. 1 . 6 oil o o Marcan. 'J .
1
: o
Speas. r. ... 4
Hates. ;:. . . 4
Hillyard, m 3
Fisher.c. 4
l.ober.1... 4
stumpf... 4
, Davis. s. . . 4
Krause. p. O
Coveles'e.p 15
Htggl'm.p O
Kvana.p. . 0
Uoane... 1
l i
1 t
2 1
0 OlMumlorff.r
1 '-"Mlddle'n.m
0 0John.Mon.l
3
1
1
0 o o
l, i i
1 no
;; .mi Ness. 1
II 1 O (llKlliott.r. .
o 1 :o,Mamla.3..
2 9 4 o LitsehLa. .
0 O 0 OjBovd.p. . . .
0 O 2 0,Prough,p. .
o o 0 (i;Gar(lnpr"
0 0 nOiLlndxayt. .
0 0 OOiKuhn..
Christian!
2 13
O l)
o r.
o 2
1 o
2 l
2 i
5 2
3 0
O 0
00
0 0
l
0 o
1 0
o o
o o
00
0 0 0 0
I
Ttals. 3 OS.". 112 Totals ..321027 175
One out when winning run was made.
Hatted for Ooveleskie in ninth.
Batted for Manda in ninth.
Ratted for I.itrhi in ninth.
Batted for Prough in ninth.
TRan fo7 Gardner in ninth.
I-ortland 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 7
Hits 1 0 1 1 o 1 0 3 0
Oakland 4 0200000 2 S
Hit 3 0 2 0 1 O 1 1 2 10
Runs. Speas. nates, Hillyard, Fisher. Lo
ter. Stumpf. Davis, Marcan, Mundorff- 2.
Mldd.eton, Johnston, Ness, Kuhn, Christian.
4 runs, 3 hits. 3 at bat off Krause In 1-3
Inning: 2 runs, 5 hits, 26 at bat off Cove
leskle In 7 2-3 innings: no runs and 1 hit. 1
at bat off Higginbothom. part of ninth In
ning; 4 runs and 7 hits, SO at bat off Boyd
in 8-plus innings, out in ninth, one out, one
on. Charge defeat to Evans; credit victory
to Prough. Stolen bases. Hillyard Stumpf.
ravls. Three-base hit. Ness. Two-base hits.
Mundorff 2. Hillyard, Oardner. Marcan. Sac
rifice hit. Middleton. First base on balls, off
Krause 1. lioyd 2.' Ooveleskie 2. Evans 1.
Struck out. by Ooveleskie 3. Double plays.
Davis unassisted. Davis to Derrick, Ness to
l.ltachl. Litschi to Marcan to Ness. Left on
bases, Portland 4, Oakland 4. Runs respon
sible for. Krause 3, Boyd 2. Ooveleskie 1,
Trough 1. Time, 1:40. L'mpires, Williams and
Finney.
Afternoon came;
Portland Oakland
B H O A E B H O A K
rerr!ck.l 4 2 11 00!Marcan.2.
13 3 1
Speas.r... 4 12 OOMundorff.r
Bates 3.. 4 1 O lOjMld'ton.m
Hllly'd.m 3 1 3 0 0;Johnstou.I
Carisch, c. 4 1 3 0 0 Ness. 1....
l-nber,l... 4 11 0 0. Elliot t.c . .
Stumpf.2. S 0 1 2 0IManda.3..
Davis, s. . 4 0 2 4 OiLltschi.s. .
Krause.p. 3 0 1 2 OiKlawifr.p
Fisher ..11000
110 0
0 2 0 0
1 o o 0
1 1.7 10
13 2 0
0 100
0 3 7 2
0 1 40
3
Totals.. 34 8 24 9 0) Totals. .2 5 27 17 8
"Klsner batted ror stumpf in ninth.
Portland 0 1 0 0 0 0 O 1
Hits 1 2 1110 0 1
Oakland o o 0 1 0 0 1 2
. Hits O 0 0 3 0 0 2 1
1 S
X 4
Runs, Speas. Hillyard, Marcan, Mundorff,
Johnston, Luschl. Home-run. Hillvard.
Two-base hit. Johnston. Sacrifice hits, Mid
dleton. Klawltter. p-irst base on called ball
;off Kiause 1: Klawitter 1. Struck out by
Krause 2. Klawitter 3. Hit by pitcher.
.i.usrni. iruoie piays. Litscni to rsess;
stumpf to Derrick; Marcan to Litschi tr
,Ness. Stolen base. Hillyard. Passed .balls,
v KIHott. Carisch. Wild pitch. Klawitter.
' Turns respunsiblo for. Krause 4, Klawitter 1.
"Left on bases. Portland , Oakland 2. Time
of game l:3i. Umpires, Finney and Wil
liarr.s.
. SEALS GRAB DOUBLE VICTORY
v, Neumann's Home Run and Six Hits
in One Inning Defeat Vernlce.
" LOS ANGELES, May 16. Timely hit
ting in both games gave San Francisco
: a. double victory today over Venice,
The score of the morning game was
'. S to 5 and the afternoon game, which
v went 10 innings. 5 to 4. Heilman's home
- run and six singles in the seventh in-
- ring won the morning game. Reisigl's
home run in the seventh inning with
two on bases In the afternoon game
tied the score. Score:
Morning came:
San Francisco 1 Venice
B H O A K
B H O A E
4 0 4 0 1
I'ltr.g'rld.r 5
0 0:('arlile.l. .
ep'lvia,o 4
Hchaller.l. 3
lleilm'n.l. 2
Bodle.m.. 4
Jones.3. . . 4
Downs, 2.. 4
Corhan.s. . 4
Karr.p. . . 0
Baum.p . 3
Ian n iii.p 1
3 OlBerger.s. .
0 01 wiliioU.r. .
2 O'Bayless.m.
0 O Risberg. t. .
2 0 Hetling.3. .
0 0 Purtell. '1. .
a 1 ' Spencer, c.
0 0'Chech.p. . .
O White.p. .
0 0.
2 4 0
0 O 0
0 0 0
8 1 0
4 2 0
2 8 2
5 2 0
Oil
10 0
Totals. .SI 10 27 19 1, Totals. .S3 U 27 13 4
San Kranciscu 1 0 I) 0 O 0 7 0 0 8
Mils 2 O 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 10
Venice 1 1 0 0 1 o 2 0 0 S
Hit 2 3 113 14 1 014
Xuit, i'luserald 2, gchallor, UaUmann,
WINNING TWIRLERS IN YESTERDAY'S CITY LEAGUE GAMES AT
RECREATION PARK.
W?SI$M ' . mmu
pi--irfer lump
II' s ?1 x , f ' ' I Detroit
tU . k fJ l V' , 1 and
v. - 111 1 I ? y
"JtDE" MOHKLAXD, FORXKR RKDMAX, WHO W.tlLOPED HIS Oi l) TEAM
MATES, AD CHET MURPHY, "RED" RIPEllT'S MAINSTAY.
Jones. Downs. Corhan. Baum. Berger, W'll
hoit, Purtell. Home run, Heilmann. Two
baae nils. Heilmann, Berger. Sacrifice hits.
Sepulveda, Spencer, Heilmann, Baylei.
Struck out by Chech 4. Baum 2. Bases on
balls, off Karr 1. Baum 2, Chech 1. Run
responsible for Chech 4, Karr 1, Baum 3.
Two hits. 1 run, 3 at bat, off Karr in 1-3 in
ning. Ten hits. S runs, 28 at bat. off Chech
in 7 innings. K-leven hits. 4 runs. 25 at bat,
oft Baum in 6 2-3 Innings. Charge defeat
to Chech. Credit victory to Baum. Double
plays, Berger to Risbcrg; Sepulveda to
Downs; Corhan to Downa to Heilmann;
Downs to Corhan to Rlsberg. Hit by pitched
ball schaller bv Chech. Stolen bases. Schal
ler, Carlisle, Berger, Wilhoit, Baylets. Um
pires, Toman and Phyle. Time of game,
1:51.
Afternoon garnet
San Francisco Venice
B H OAK t B H O A E
Fitzge'd.r ." 1 1 0 Olcarllsle.l. 4 2 2 01
Corhan.s.. 5 3 2 4 2Berger,s.. 4 12 31
Schaller.l. 4 0 1 1 OWlllioit.r. . r 0 2 00
licil'ann.l 4 0 13 0 ". Bayless.m 5 8 O O0
Bodte.m.. 4 0 1 0 0Klsberg.t . . 2 115 10
Jones. 3... 4 1 3 4 0;Hetllng.3.. 5 1 4 20
Downs.2.. 3 1 0 6 0IPurtcil,2. . 4 2 2 0
Sepulv'a.c 3 1 2 4 0Mitze.c 2 0 3 1 0
Reiaigl.p.. 4 2 0 2 OlDecan'ier.p 3 2 0 S 0
Schmidl.c 111 OOlJohnson.p 0 0 0 00
Totals. 37 10 30 2131 Totals.. 34 12 30 IS 2
Batted for Sepulveda In ninth.
San Francisco 0 0OO00301 1 a
Hits 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 2 1 10
Venice 0 1 0 0 2,1 0 0 0 0 4
Hits 0 2 0 0 3 2 1 1 2 112
Runs, Fitaserald, Jones, Downs. Sepulveda.
Reisigl. Bayles 2, Purtell, Decannier. Home
run. Reislgl. Three-base hit, Carlisle. Two
base hits Purtell, Hetling, Downs. Sacri
fice hits, Rlsberg 3, Decannier. Mltze, Downs,
Shalier. Struck out. by Dacannier 2. Rei
sigl 1. Bases on balls, off Decannier 2,
Reislgl 4. Runs responsible for. Reisigl 4.
Decannier 3. Ten hits. 5 runs, 3."i at bat off
Decannier in i 1-3 innings. Charge defeat
to Decannier. Double plays, Corhan to Downs
to Heilmann; Downs to Jones. Stolen base,
Berger. Hit by pitched ball, Jones. Umpires,
Phyie and Toman. Time. 2:01.
AXCEI,S WIN IXJfRTH STRAIGHT
Home Kuns Play Big Part in l'inal
Salt I.ake-Iosi Angeles Game.
SALT LAKE, May 16. Los Angeles
made It four straight and the series
by winning today's game from Salt
Lake, 5 to 4, in ten innings. Hall's
wildness was responsible for the final
two runs. Maggert and W olter hit
home runs in the early innings, and in
the ninth Salt Lake was one run behind
when Zacher tied the count with a .cir
cuit swat. Score:
Los Angeles I Salt Lak
B H O A K
B If O A E
Magg't.m
O o;shinn.r. ..
O 0 0 O
Metzger.3
1 2
2 4
0 0
0 0
0 2
2 1.1
3 1
1 :i
1
o o
o o
llOrr.r
1 0 nedeon,2..
." O Ryan.B.l..
1 0Zacher.m.
0 OTennant.l.
1 0 Barbour,3.
4 OtHannah.c.
0 O.Hall.p
0 O Faye. . .
0 Oi
0 0
1 1
1 S
0 4
2 3
0 15
0 0
1 3
S O
o o
0
u 0
0 0
oo
1 o
20
o o
2 0
0 0
TV olter. r.
Beum'er.2
Harpcr,2.
Kins. i . . ..
A bstein.l.
Terry. s. .
Boles.c. ..
Perrltt.p.
Rvan.J.p.
Meek. . .
Totals. .37 11 30 18 3 Totals. .3S7 429 19 0
Batted for Beumlller in ninth.
Ran for Hannah in tenth.
Los Angeles. IO1000O1O 2 n
Salt Lake 0 00101O01 1 4
Runs. Maggert. Wolter 2. Ellis, Terry, urr.
Gedcon. Zacher, Faye. Two-base hits. Metz
ger. Hall, Hannah Orr. Home runs. Mag
gert. Wolter, acher. sacrifice fly, Perritt.
Stolen bases, Walter, Terry. Bases on balls,
off Hall 7. Struck out by Perritt 1; Ryan
1: Hall 2. Three runs, i nita ana at dki
off Perritt in 0 1-3 Innings. One run, no
hits, 3 en hat ofr Ryan in 2-3 or one inning.
Rutin responsible tor, Perritt o, Ryan 0; Hall
5. credit victory to Perritt. Left on bases.
Los Angeles 11. Salt Lake ;. wild pucn
Hall. t irst base on errors. Salt Lake --
Double plays, wolter to Boies; eaeon to
Orr to Tennant Time of game. 2:2o. Um
pires, Guthrie ann Hew.
STANDINGS OF THE TKAMS.
National League.
AV. L. P.C.I W. L. P.C.
Irt 8 .6bl!Brooklvn. . . 1214.462
Phlladelp'a
Chicago . .
.15 11 .077!Cincinnatl. . 1 1 14 .440
.13 11 .."42;St. Louis 12 IS .428
..13 14 .4SlNew York. .410 14 .417
Boston
Pittsburg .
New York.
Detroit. . . .
Boston. . . .
Chicago. . .
Pittsburg .
Chicago. . .
American League.
.18 8 .67 Washington 1114.440
18 11 .6 'llCleveland. . . 11 l-.40
li 9 .B91;Philadelphla f1.30
16 12 .571 St. Louis 10 18.357
Federal League.
.19 10 .6.-5!Brooklyn. . .
112 .071 St. Louts..
18, 12 .671 Baltimore. .
14 13 .519
.12 14 .4B2
1117 .303
8 21 .278
Newark
Kansas City . 16 12 .55U,Buff alo
American Association.
Indianapolis 18 1 2. 600 St. Pant
Louisville. . Ill 12 .."ill 'Cleveland . ..
Kansas City. 15 11 .577Minneapolis
Milwaukee. 15 13 .536lColumbus. .
Northwestern League.
13 13 .500
12 14 .462
10 14 .417
9 IS .333
Victoria 14 9 .009, Spokane IS 12 .520
Tacoma. .. . Li 10 .biMij Aberdeen
Vancouver.. 14 11 .5ti0tSeattle. . .
10 16 .SSS
9 17 .346
Yesterday'! Results.
American Association At Kansas City 9,
Indianapolis S: at Milwaukee, no game with
Louisville, postponed, rain; at Minneapolis
10, Cleveland .; at St. Paul 2. Columbus 4.
How the Seriea Knded.
Pacific Coast League Oakland ft games.
Portland no game; San Francisco games.
Venice 1 game; Los Angelea 4 games. Salt
Lake 2 games.
Western League.
W. L. P.C..I -W. L. P.C.
Topeka.... 13 6.6W4lst. Joseph 10 10.5O0
Omaha 12 8 .bO0;Ltncoln 9 10.474
Denver.... TO S .5.")6, Sioux City... 9 15.37.",
Dea Moines. 12 10 .54iWlchita 5 13 .2JS
Y'esterday'a Results.
Western League At Topeka 16, Wichita
3; at Denver 0. Lincoln 3; at Sioux City 4,
SL Joseph 11; at orr aha 5, Des Moines 13.
Where the T camps Play Today.
Pacific Coast League No games scheduled,
traveling day; tomorrow's games. Portland
at Venice, San Francisco at Salt Lake, Los
Angeles at Oakland.
Beaver Batting Averages.
Ab. H. Av.l
Ab. H.
1 .VJ 34
125 28
2 0
20 4
Av.
.277
FiFher. .
Speas. . .
Bates. . .
Stumpf.
Hillyard
Carisch .
Lober. . .
Derrick.
.i 113 31 .333, Davis
. . 17o ;.3 .3l2Doane. . . .
47 14 .29aKrau8e. . ..
. 12 47 .2!H Lush
31 .2!)0Evans... .
. 73 21 .2s;Reed. . . . .
.. 128 35 .273 Keefe
20-
200
18
2 .1
0 .OO0
3 .OIK)
14 43 .262 Covelcskill
17 O .O0O
liigg 30 7.233
Totals. 3309 352 .269
The Dalles Defeats DuTur.
DL'Fl'R, Or.. May 16. (Special.)
The Dalles baseball team defeated the
Duftir team here today, 4 to 2. Bat
teries were Woolsey and Hoffman for
The Dalles, and Scott and Soott Xor
Dufur,
FREED HURLER WINS
Moreland, Released by Red
men, Beats Them.
MAROONS STAY ON TOP
Rupert's West ,Side Club Wallops
Rejuvenated Scllwood Club,
8 to 2 Umpire Rankin
Draws Ire of Crowd.
Cify Leaxue fetandings.
W L Pct W L Fct.
Piedmont ...7 1 .875EaEt Side 3 5 .375
West Side ...4 4 .000 Scllwood 2 S .250
"Judo" Moreland proved a boom
erang to Jack Randall at Recreation
Park. Randall released Moreland to
the Maroons last week and yesterday
he let the Redmen down with no runs
and four bingles. . The score was, Ma
roons 8, Redmen 0.
This was the first game of the
double-header and although the East
Siders have been strengthened they
did not seem to be able to buck up
against the league-leading Piedmont
crew.
In the second fracas "Red" Rupert:'s
West Siders chased their jinx and wal
loped the rejuvenated Sellwoods 8-2.
The Sellwood team looked a lot better
than it has in the past.
Umpire Rankin got in bad with the
crowd when he killed a good 10 min
utes waiting for the crowd to become
quiet before he would announce a
change in the lineup of one of the
teams. eH waited In vain, however,
for the fans rode him all the harder.
The scores:
First came:
Piedmont East Side
B H O A fjj B II O A E
Stepp.r. . .
Slgsby.2. .
Bogart.3. .
1 O 0 0!Brown.3. .. 4
3 2 2 0 Pritchard.s 3
O
1 o
0 o
o o
0 o
5 2
1 3
0 2
1 1
2 0
4 2 1 lOHInkle.!.. 4
Kenneay.l
Doty.l
Harcr's.m
4 2 2 0 0Luckey.r. . 4
& 3 7 0 OiCurrigan.l. 4
4 0 2 00,Hugbes.2.. 4
ft 1 10 0 0LaRue.m.. 3
4 1 3 2 0Thirion,c. . 0
5 0 0 1 l'Shea.c 3
iDillard.p.. 3
1 12
0 0
0 1
0 0
1 8
1 O
Bartho'y.c
HornDy.s..
Morel'd.p
Total... 30 13 27 6 11 Totals.. 32 4 27 12 8
Piedmont 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 8
Hits 3 2 o O O O 'J II a 13
East Side 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0
Hits 0 0 1 00 1 1 1 O 4
Runs. Stepn 3. Sigsby 3. Kennedy. Doty.
Stolen base. Prilchard. Two-base hits. Ken
nedy. Doty. Sacrifice hit. Bogart. Struck out.
by Dlllard S. Moreland in. Bases on balls, olf
Dillard 3. Moreland 1. Hit by pitched ball.
Hargreaves. Kennedy. Wild pitch, Dlllard.
Umpires, Cheynne and Rankin.
Second rame:
Sellwood - ! West Slde-
B II O A El
B H O A K
C5roce,3-l ..
0 Olt.lnd.l . . . .
1
1 0
1 0
Ingles.s. . .
Clark. 2. . .
Akln.l
Cohen. 3 . . .
Hennlon.l .
Phillip... m
4 OjChilders.S. R
2 lWolfer,2. . 4
0 1 Bleeg.e. ... 3
1 OlrTelcht-h.c. I
0 0 Lodell.1 . .. 4
OO.Murray.m. 1
0 0,Robins"n,m 1
OOlBriggs.r... 3
1 lWatts.s. . . 3
OMurphy.p. 2
1 OI
1 1
1 3
0 3
0 4
1 13
0 O
1 O
1 2
3 0
3 1
1 0
o-o
o o
Marshall. r
o o
o 0
n o
Went'rth.r 1
Newman, c 4-
Meiie.p 3
5prlnger,p 1
1
10 3 1
Totals.
Sellwood
32 7 24 11 3
Totals.. 31 R 27 11
.O 0020O00 0 2
.0 0 1 2 1 O 2 0 1 7
.0 2100203 8
Hits . . .
West Side.
Hits
01000313 8
Runs, Ingles, Akin, Lind, Wolfer. Lodell
Robinson, Brtggs 2, Watts. Murphv. Stolen
bases. Watts 2. Sacrifice hits, Phillips, Mur
ray. Three-base hit, Childers. . Two-base
hits. Cohen, Robinson. Struck out, by Meile
3, Springer 1, Murphy 3. Bases on balls, off
Meile 4. Springer 1. Murphy S. Umpires,
Cheynna and Rankin.
PITTFED VICTORY IS COSTLY
Chlfeds Lose, but Pittsburg Short
stop Sustains Broken Leg.
CHICAGO, May 16. Bogge's curve
ball proved baffling to Chicago batters
when hits would have scored runs to
day, and Pittsburg downed the locals
4 to 1. In sliding to the plate in the
first inning. Shortstop Berghammer, of
the visitors, broke a bone in his right
leg and probably will be out of the
game for some time. Score:
RJT.E.1 - R.H.E.
Pittsburg... 4 9 liChicago 16 1
Batteries Rogge and Berry: Brown,
Prendergast and Wilson.
Kansas City 3, St. Louis 2.
ST. LOUIS, May 16. By bunching
hits in the tenth inning Kansas City
ended a tie and tight game with St.
Louis here today, winning by a score of
3 to 2. Score:
R.H.E. ' R.H.E,
Kansas City 3 6 2St. Louis 2 6 5
Batteries Main and Brown; Daven
port and Hartley.
lone Continues to Win.
IONE. Or.. May 16. (Special.) lone
defeated Fairview here this afternoon
by the score of 15 to 2, this being their
seventh straight victory. Sperry
pitched for lone and allowed but five
hits and struck out 13. lone plays
Umatilla next Saturday and tounday
lone.
The needless infantile death rate owing
to neglect and Ignorance coats thi country
tvuu.uuu a oy, ...
HIT IN 14TH
FOR RED SOX
Ex-Portland Pitcher Relieves
Joe Wood and ' Blanks
Cleveland, 3 to 0.
YANKEES DEFEAT DAUSS
Star Loses First Game or
Athletics Beat White Sox
St. Louis Downs Sena
tors In. Pitching Duel.
CLEVELAND, May 16. Boston de
feated Cleveland in a pitchers' battle
today. 3 to 0, in 14 innings. With one
out ir the 14th. Mays and Hooper sin
gled and Wagner and Lewis doubled.
Score:
R.H.E.f R.H.E.
Boston 3 7 0Cleveland. . . 0 12 0
Batteries J. Wood. Mays and Cady.
Thomas; Morton and Billings.
Xew York 6, Detroit 2.
DETROIT. May 16. Scoring four
runs in the eighth inning without a hit
the New York; Americans defeated De
troit, 6 to 2, here today. Dauss was
beaten for the first time this season.
Score:
R-H.E.I R.H.E.
New York... 6 6 lDetroit 2 6 4
Batteries McHale and Sweeney;
Liauss ana saKer.
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 2.
CHICAGO, May 16. Philadelphia
ouncbed Jilts off Russell today, which
coupled with .an error by Roth, gave
them the first game of the series with
Chicago, 4 to 2. Mclnnis was hit with
a ball during batting practice and his
nose was broken. Score:
R.H.E.I R.II.E.
Philadelphia 4 7 2Chicago 2 6 1
Batteries Shawkey and Schang
Russell, Benz and Schalk.
St. Louis 2, Washington 1
ST. LOUIS. May 16. A pitching duel
between Weilman and Shaw ran 11 in
nings here today and ended in favor of
the locals. 2 to 1. Score:
R.H.E.! R.H.E
St. Louis.... 2 7 2Vashington 14 1
Kaiieries weilman and
Severeid; Shaw and Ainsmith.
Agnew,
VANCOUVER SPORTSMEN BUSY
Three Ball Games, Trap Shoot and
Picnic Enliven I'air Grounds.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. May 16. (Spe
cial.; rnree baseball games were
played, the Vancouver Gun Club held
shoot, and several hundred Woodmen
of the World with their wives, families
and friends enjoyed a day's outing and
picnic at the Clarke County fair
grounds today.
. x lie lvtoose jjoage, or Vancouver.
played the Vancouver Tigers, the Tigers
winning, 15 to 6. For the Tigers -Mc
Irvin and Chapel were the battery, and
tor the Moose, Anderson, Hillesberger
and .Marvel.
The Knights of Columbus and the
City Clerks played a fast and interest
ing game, which the ICnights won, 6
to 2.
The Artisans defeated Irwin's team
3 to 1. i
The Vancouver Gun Club shoot was
won today by Frank M. Troeh, of this
city, who broke 97 out of a possible 100
Several hundred picnickers watched the
shooting.
Mr. Troeh will leave tomorrow for
Seattle to take part in the State of
Washington shoot, for the state cham
pionship, Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. SfEDFORD WINS TWO MATCHES
Eugene Tennis Players and Golfers
Defeated In Inter-City Playl
MEDFORD, Or.. May 16. (Special.)
The Medford Country Club defeated the
Eugene Country Club in both golf .and
tennis today, the visitors scoring only
four points in golf and none in tennis.
H. Dunbar and Dr. J. L. Hesse, were
the winners for Eugene, the former de
feating Slater Johnston by one point
and the latter defeating A. C. Fiero by
three points. Eighteen holes were
played, the Wassau system of scoring
being used. H. C. Egan made the low
est score of the day, coming in with a
76, defeating R. W. Prescott eight up.
In the tennis singles Boudinot Con
nor defeated R. P. Newlands, of Eu
gene. 6-4. 6-0. H. W. Bingham defeated
Ed Payne 6-1: 6-1. In the doubles Con
nor and Clark defeated Newlands and
Ayer 6-4. 4-6. 6-3, while Bingham and
Egan defeated Payne and Prescott 6-4,
6-0.
The Eugene party arrived Saturday
morning and informal matches were
played in the afternoon to familiarize
the visitors with the course. Saturday
night a banquet was given at the club
house. 51'JUXXVILLE MXE AGAIN' TVIXS
Colored Giants lose to Yelobans, 4
to 3, In Exciting Game.
M'MINNVILLE, Or.. May 16. (Spe-
ciaL) The Colored Giants met their
Waterloo today when the McMinnville
Velobans took them in by a 4 to 3 score.
It was a fast game at all times. Fos
ter pitched a heady game, striking out
seven men and allowing only eight hits
of which only two did damage. In the
eighth inning the Giants made their
three scores. Two hits and a collision
of two outfielders tell the story. The
Yelobans began scoring for this, their
eighth consecutive victory, by a hit by
Foster in the third, a sacrifice and i
hit by Bishop. Another score was an
nexed in the Bixth. In the eighth the
Giants forged ahead one run, but in the
ninth Bishop secured a long drive to
the right field for one base, was sacri
ficed to second, and took third on Ed
wards' drive to the outfield, coftalng
home on a passed ball to the catcher.
A hit by Foster brought in the winning
score. "
BAKER GOES TO LEAGUE LEAD
La Grande, Baker, imbler and Cove
AH Win Their Matches.
LA GRANDE. Or.. May 16.-r-(Special.)
Four Interesting games were played
in Union County today. The Eastern
Oregon League saw La Grande win
from Elgin at Elgin 11 to 5. The game
avenged a defeat suffered by La Grande
a week ago.
At Union the Baker team In the same
league won from Union 6 to 1 in spite
of odds favorable to Union. White, an
Indian, has been winning regularly
for Union lately, but was "bumped" to
day. In the Grand Ronde Valley League
Imbler won in a good game here over
the O.-W. shop team. 4 to 3. and at
Cove, Perry was decisively beaten. j
The victory today put Baker In the I
lead, Union and La GranUe tied for feec
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VICTORIA WINS ON ONE HIT
Ball Is Lost In Grass and Only Run
of Game Is Then Scored.
SEATTLE, May 16. The long grass in
the outfield cost Seattle the game to
day. With two down In the eighth In
ning, McKenry poleu a two-bagger Into
center field, but the ball rolled into
the long grass, and before Killilay
could find the ball McKenry had trotted
home. It was the only hit Victoria
made in the nine innings. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Seattle. 0 4 2 Victoria 111
Batteries Mails and Cadman; Mc
Kenry and Hoffman.
Tacoma 2-6, Aberdeen 0-u.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. May 16. Ta
coma won, both games today taking the
morning game, 2 to 0. and the after
noon game. 6 to 0. Butler's hitting
gave the visitors the morning game.
The Tacoma shortstop scored the first
run with a home run in the seventh
and sent Stevens across the plate with
a two-bagger in the ninth. In the
afternoon game "Iron Man" McGinnity
held Aberdeen to two hits, -while Ta
coma profited at opportune times by
Ward's errors. Scores:
First game
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Aberdeen.. 0 6 liTacoma.... 2 12 2
Batteries Enftje and Byler; Peet and
Stevens.
Second gnrne
R. H. E. R. H. E
Aberdeen.. 0 2 OiTacoma . 6 7 1
Batteries Clark' and Vance; McGin
nity and Stevens.
Spokane 4-19, VancouTer 2-3.
SPOKANE. Wash;. May 16. Spokane
took a double-header from Vancouver
today by scares of 4 to 2 and 19 to 3
Reuther and Naves hooked up in
pitchers' battle in the first game, and
Spokane came from behind and won
out by bunching hits in the seventh
frame. In the second game, which was
called in the seventh to allow the teams
to catch a train, Ben Hunt was hit
hard and had poor support. Scores:
First game
R. H. E.l R. H. E
Vancouver. 2 6 O'Spokane... 4 S
Batteries Reuther and Check; Noyes
and Altman.
Second gamp
R. H. E ! R. H. E
Vancouver. 3 ' 6 7iSpokane... 19 17
Batteries Hunt, Brinker and Brot-
! tern; Wicker and Altman.
Roseburg Defeat Cottage Grove.
ROSEBURG. Or., May 16. (Special.)
In the opening baseball game of the
season, played here today, the Rose
burg Regulars defeated the Cottage
Grove team, 3 to 2, in ten Innings. A
home rnu by Baker of the visitors and
sensational field catch by Goodman
- J ot fcao locals were features, Alodiey
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TUALATIN GOLF FINALS NEXT
Jonah B. Wise and Dr. Laurence
Selling to Meet for Cup.
Jonah B. Wise and Dr. Selling will
have to play it out for the president's
trophy of the Tualatin Golf Club as a
result of the week's play completed
yesterday. Dr. Wise defeated Allen
Meier, the present holder of the cup,
Saturday afternoon and Dr. Selling
defeated Ed Neustadter, 2 up and 1 to
play, yesterday. The final play will
be next Sunday.
In the second flight Jack Louisson
won from Clarence Fox and It. Lang
won from Samuel Hirsch. thereby
making the final match of this series
between Mr. Lang and Mr. Louisson
In the consolation division Will Heller
downed Dr. Edward Hirstel and Will
Lipman was too much for Will Ehr
man. The Heller-Lipman go will
be
played next Sunday.
In a special handicap tournament
among the women, Mrs. feamuel Hirsch
carried off first honors. Another such
affair will be held in the near future
because - of the success of the last
meetings.
Dr. Wise in his match against Allen
Meier last Saturday made a drive of
Z5 yards at the- eighth hole. Both
these players were from scratch, but
when Dr. Selling meets Dr. Wis, Dr.
Selling will have a handicap of 4 on
each round or 8 for the 18 holes
ABERDEEN TEAM HAS SHAKEUP
LcmIs Released, Vance Signed Again
and Murphy and Klppert Arrie.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. May 16. (Spe-
ciaL) Catcher Carl Lewis has been
released by Manager Barnes at the
catcher's own request and Vance has
been resigned to fill his place. Rod
Murphy appeared in uniform today, but
did not take part In the Barnes. He
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Crtrulia Defcuts Klma.
ELM A. Wash.. May 16. (Special.)
Centralia beat Elma today in a game
that was featured by "bonehead" plays
and errors on the part of the home
team. The score was 17 to 10. Score:
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Centralia. 17 13 3 Elma 10 8 8
Batteries Huff and Salzer; Leftwich
and Cavanaugh.
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