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TIIK MORNING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY. JUNE 8, 1015.
149 OF 150
Scores in Northwest Annual
Tourney Not Equaled in
Portland in Years.
18 TIE FOR ONE TROPHY
S3 Make Runs or From S3 Tp to An
Vnfinishcd Ron of 113 Without
Miss and Three Break
100 or 3Iore In Row.
, BT EARL. R. GOODWIN.
Losing only one bluerock out of a
Hossible 150. A. C. Flickenger. of Val
lejo. CaL. registered the highest score
made in the opening day events of
the 31st annual Northwest shoot, held
on the Portland, Gun .Club grounds at
Jenne station yesterday. The weather
condition were almost Ideal for trap
shooting and the shooters seemed to
take advantage of it by turning in re
Such sensational shooting as ap
peared has not been duplicated in this
part of the country in a registered
tourney in years. Long runs were, com
paratively easy, it seemed. for on
1!3 occasions the contestants made
""straights" from 53 up to an unTin
i."hei run of 113. made by P. H. O'Brien,
of Portland. Three marks of better
than 100 without a miss were recorded
before the' final bluerock was smashed
at a little before 6 o'clock at night.
Just to show that many of the as
pirants for honors were cither "shoot
ing over their heads," or were getting
the "breaks," 18 shooters tied for first
place Jn the DuPont Anaconda trophy
match. Each made a 20 straight, and
In the shoot-off Dr. E. Ii Seeley, of
Mcdford, Or., managed to best his op
ponents by repearing his former mark.
Several broke 19 in the shoot-off, C.
JS. McKelvey. of Seattle, losing out on
hi last shot-
Frank M. Troeh, of Vancouver.
Wash. : J. A. Dague, of Tacoma, and
O. N. Ford, of San Jose, Cal.. made 17
points each out of a possible 20 in the
doubles event for the Walla Walla
Brownlee medal. Troeh and Dague
fchot it out for the medal, and the Van
couvcrite left with the trophy. He
made 16 and Dague broke 14.
It was necessary for a shoot-off in
the Dayton medal competition to be
called when it was found that Pete
H. O'Brien, of Portland, standing at the
20-yard line, and E. H. Keller, also a
member of the Portland Gun Club, each
had 20 "dead" birds to his credit.
In his next attempt Keller became
a little nervous and missed three birds,
while Pete dropped one less.
In the regular 150-bird event. In
which A. C. Flickenger was declared
the best, 17 men closed hostilities with
a mark of 14 0 or better. P. H. O'Brien
was the second best amateur on the
list with 14 7 "dead" ones beside his
name, just the same number L. JH. Reid
had when he led the professionals.
Frank M. Troeh, of Vancouver, ran in
to a streak of bad luck just at the
most critical time.
Shooting for all that he was worth,
Troeh lost only one bird in 145 at
tempts but in his last five shots three
bluerocks were released and got past
him before he was able to bring them
clown. He was tied with Flickenger for
first place when this extraordinary
In the DuPont Anaconda trophy
match, in which 18 contestants, includ
ing four professionals registered 20, 12
other marksmen succeeded in breaking
an even 19. Following are those who
were tied for first honors: W. J. Hau
ler. Dennis Holohan. Con Hilgers, C D.
Ellis, J. A. Troeh, L. It. Barkley, Mat
Grossman, C. E. Owens, Frank Temple
ton, C. E. McKelvey. Lou Rayburn. A. R.
Wilson. Mark Rickard, Dr. E. R. Seeley,
who turned out to be the winner; and
J. E. Reid, P. J. Holohan. C. W. McKean
and H. B. Poston, all professionals.
C W. McKean and H. E. Poston, of
San Francisco, tied with 18 in the Ana
conda shoot, but because they are pro
fessionals they are not entitled to as
much consideration as the amateurs.
Frank M. Troeh won the contest after
a shoot-off with J. A. Dague.
Winnera, of Fobs Named.
Following are those who received
watch fobs or high run bars because of
their ability to break 50 or more birds:
F. C. Riehl 53. A. R. Garkow G2, A. G.
Flickenger 106, F. M. Troeh 111, L. H.
Reid (professional) 63, C. 13. Owens 69,
irann Templeton 73, .U H. Reid 63. J.
P. Bull (professional) 62, .Charles Leith
5f. A. R. Garkow 53. L. IT Barkley 51
Frank Templeton 65. A. p. Flickenger
bb. Guy EgDers 54, P. P. .Kelson 68, P.
J. Holohan (professional) 91, Ixu Ray-
burn 81. C. D. Ellis 51, P. H. O'Brien 113
(unfinished), P. H. O'Brien 53, E. J.
Chingren 59 and E. J. Chingren 73.
Another 150-bird event will be held
today as well as three trophy events.
The Multnomah medal and the indi
vidual championship medal are both
20-bird, races, while the Smails cup wil
be awarded after 25 targets have beenj
released to eacn entry. ine last Gay
of the Northwest shoot Is tomorrow,
and the main event will be held in the
Preparations have been made to han
dle all visitors who desire to attend.
To reach the grounds take the Esta
cada or Gresham car to Jenne station.
Shooting will start at 9 o'clock both
this morning and tomorrow morning.
Following are the scores made in the
l.0-bird race, in which 82 entries were
filed with Cashier R- A. Tyler:
Name and Town Shot at. Broke.
A. C. Flickenger. Vallejo. Cal... 150 149
P. H. O'Brien. Portland 150 147
U H. Reed. Seattle 1.-.0 147
K. M. Troeh. Vancouver. Wash.. ISO 346
A. R. Garkow, Spokane. ......... loO 144
O. N. Ford. San Jose. Cal l.0 144
J. M. Bull. Portland 150 144
Frank Templeton. Portland 1.10 144
I.ou Ravburn, Portland l."0 144
F. C. Riehl, Tacoma 130 143
P. J. Holohan. Portland 130 J42
1.. C. Ienison. Salem lr.o 141
A. Blair. Portland 150 141
H. E. Poston. San Francisco.... l.'.O 141
K. J, Chingren, Spokane... loO 140
F. A. Dryden. Spokane 150 140
T. P. Nelson, Yacolt, Wash 130 140
K. B. Morris. Portland ISO 13fl
C. L. ilackey, l.a Grande 130 130
C K. Owens, Wenatchee. ...... . 150 139
1.. R. Barkley, Seattle 150 139
: C. Gregory. Spokane ISO 13ft
Dennis Holohan. Burley. Idaho.. 150 138
J. A. Daque. Tacoma 13o 1:18
J. W. Seavey. Eugene 130 138
Dr. E. R. Seeley, Eugene 150 138
C. E. McKelvey. Seattle 130 137
l.ee Matlock. Pomeroy. Wash.... 150 137
J Van Atta. Portland 150 138
J. Kills, Harrington. Wash... 150 138
H. M. Williams. Bremerton. Wn. . 130 138
W. W. McCornack, Eugene 130 133
O. Kgbt-r. Pasco, Wash 130 133
J. F. lodds. San Diego. Cal 150 135
AV. J. Hauser, Pomeroy 130 135
F. K. Burnham, San Francisco.. 130 135
Jf. E. Peck. Kenmale, N. D 130 134
H. Fleming. Portland 150 134
C V. l.elth, 'Woodburn 150 134
B. Kampf. Eugene 150 134
J. 1.. Donaldson. Portland 150 13:i
.T. A. Troeh, Vancouver, Wash... 150 133
C. W. McKean. Portland 130 133
M. Siddall. Salem ISO - 132
J. J. Fenton. Independence, Or.. ISO ! 131
H. R. Everding, Portland 150 131
E. B. Van Arnam, Portland 130 131
C. Feller, Feller 150 131
I'on Hilgers. Portland 150 131
Mat Grossman. Portland........ 150 131
.I. E. Reid. Portland ISO l.n
C. A. O'Conner, Spokane... 150 130
A. Riehl. Tacoma 150 130
M. H. Rickard. Corvallis 150 129
Ben Bell. Yacolt 150 129
J. R. Adams, Leavenworth, Wn.. 150 129
K. U. Keller, Portland 150 126
J. A. Fleet, Montesano, Wash... 150 128
Al Seguln, Portland 130 124
R. Jensen. Tacoma 150 124
John Kier.ast, Belllngham 150 121
W. E. Carlon, Portland 150 120
W. H. Smith, Harrington. Wash. 150 120
Mrs. C. A. O'Conner, Spokane.. 150 US
Sam McDonald. Harrington. Wn. ISO 11!
D. Reid. Seattle ISO 118
P. J. Baltimore. Albany ISO 117
H. M. Guthrie, Corvallis 150 lis
H. G. Magers, Salem 150 116
William Bates, Med lord 160 113
R. A. Miles. Portland 150 113
A. W. Strowger. Portland ISO 112
A. Zelrolf. Junction City ISO 111
H. E. Hawman. Woodburn ISO 108
F. O. Joy. Portland 150 06
W. Honeyman. Portland ........ . 130 03
Percy Knight. Portland lo5 0
R. Tiffany. Portland 75 "" 65
Mrs. J. N. Dolph. Portland flu 34
T. Brady. Portland 00 76
P. VV. Estes. Portland ' 74
Mrs. Fred Dryden, Spokane KO 50
Mrs. Pole O'Brien, Portland 43 53
' 'Profession a 1.
SEAVEY HMDS SPORTSMEN
Eugene Man Is Chosen President of
James W. Seavey, of Eugene, and a
member of the Portland Gun Club, was
elected president of the Sportsmen's
Association of the Northwest at the an
nual meeting of the directors in the
Imperial Hotel last night. Mr. Seavey
is one of the prominent amateur trap
shooters of Oregon and is connected
with practically every shooter of note
in the state.
Announcement was made that an ad
ditional 25 in cash has been placed
on the main event of the Northwest
shoot now going on at the Portland
Gun Club grounds. This event will be
contested tomorrow and is known as
the "Rose Festival" match.
Pete H. O'Brien, of Portland, was
elected first vice-president; A. W.
Strowger, vice-president of the Port
land Gun Club, was chosen as second
vice-president, and W. E. (Dick) Car
lon will bc the new secretary of the
U. 11. Reid. of Seattle; O. N. Ford, of
San Jose; C. E. McKelvey, of Seattle;
I. M. Fisher, of Seattle: Frank C. Riehl.
of Tacoma: Charles W. McKean, of
Portland: E. B. Morris, of Portland;
Fred A. Dryden, of Spokane, and P. J.
Holohan. of Portland, form the board
of directors for the ensuing year.
SEALS AGAIN DEFEAT ANGELS
Bodic Brings in Three Runs With
Single, Double. and Homer.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 7. San
Francisco had no difficulty in taking
the measure of Los Angeles in the
game played here today to make up for
the postponement of last Tuesday. The
Seals won 6 to 1, giving them six out
of the seven games.
In the first inning Bodies single
scored Meloan who had also singled;
in the third inning Bodie doubled.
scoring Schaller, and scored himself on
Heilman s single, and In the eighth
Bodic clouted the ball for a home run.
Los Angeles I San Francisco
Ft If O A Ej B H OAK
Mas"t,m.. ii 0 O 0 OlMrloan.r. . 4 1 3 Ol
Beatty.l.. 4 2 11 0 OlSchaller.l. 3 0 1 00
Wolter.r.. 4 1 3 1 OJ Bod le.m . .. 4 S 1 00
ilcMul'n,2 4 1 2 2 0Heilm'n.l. 4 2 13 0 0
Kills. 1 4 2 0 OOIDowns.2.. 3 0 2 50
Terry.s... 3 0 0 6 lCorhan,s. . 4 2 2 80
Brooks.c. 4 0 6 0 0 Jones.3. . . 4 0 1 30
Metzger.3. 3 0 11 0Scbmidt,c. 3 14 10
Hughes.p. 1 1 0 0 0Baum.p... 3 0 0 30
Perritt.p. 2 10 3 0
Boles 1 0 0 0 0
Dillon".. 1 0 0 OOj
Totals. 36 8 24 13 1! Totals. 33 8 27 15 1
Batted tor Metzger in ninth.
Batted for Perritt In ninth.
Los Angeles 0 0 0 0 0) 01 0 1
Hits 001 21 103 0 8
San Francisco 10400001 6
Hits 2 0 3 1 1 0 0 2 9
Runs, Beatty. Meioan, Schaller, Bodie 2,
Heilmann. Downs. Five runs. 5 hits off
Hughes, 13 at. bat in 2 2-3 innings; out in
third; 1 on, 2 out; charge defeat to Hughes.
Homo run. Bodie. Two-base hits. Hughes.
Bodie. Corhan 2. McMullen. Stolen bases,
Meloan, Heilmann 3. Downs. First base on
balls, oft Hughes 2. off Baum 1. Struck
out. Hushes 2, Perritt 4, Baum 4. Double
plays. Wolter to Beatty. Runs responsible
for, Baum 1, Perritt 1. Hughes 5. Left on
bases, Los Angeles 9. San Francisco 4. Wild
pitch. Perritt. Time of game, 1:40. Umpires,
Phyle and Toman.
PIRATES ' DEFEAT BROOKLYN
Pittsburgcrs Win Second Battle of
Series by G-to-1 Score.
PITTSBURG. June 7. Pittsburg made
it two straight from the Brooklyn Na
tionals today when it won by a score
of 6 to 1. Adams was hit hard, but
tightened up with men on bases. Coombs
was unfortunate in being reached safe
ly after he had issued walks. He also
hit three batsmen. The hitting of Wagr-
ner and Gibson were .features. Score
4 O 2 O 0
2 O 13 O 0
B H O A E
4 l a a uicarej-.l
GIRLS SET RECORDS
Helen Hald Takes First in Jef
ferson High Meet.
BERTHA SCHULTZ SECOND
New Marks for School Contests Are
Made in Baseball and Basket
ball Throws and in Open
High Jump Event.
Miss Helen Hald, premier girl ath
lete at the Jefferson- High School, set
up two new records yesterday in the
annual girls' field meet held at that
institution. She also carried off first
honors individually by a large mar
gin. The first record was made when
nounced today that an X-ray exam
ination of Joe Jackson's right elbow,
hurt in Cleveland on Memorial day,
showed that several ligaments were
sprained, but that no bones were frac
tured. Jackson will be out of the
game about 10 days.
TACOMA BLANKS SEATTLE, 6-0
Giants' Young Plienom Jumped On
at Start for Three Runs.
TACOMA. Wash., June 7. Tacoma
jumped on Walter Mails, Seattle's
young phenom, in the first inning today
and got three runs in one-third of an
innings. Rose replaced him, but Ta
coma added three more runs during
the game, and the Giants were blanked
by Kaufman. 6 to 0. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Seattle 0 7 4Tacoma 6 10 1
Batteries Mails, Rose and Cadman;
Kaufman and Stevens.
NUMBERS ARE READY
Vancouver 5, Aberdeen 0.
VANCOUVER, B. C, June 7. Kramer,
for Vancouver, shut out Aberdeen here
today, 5 to 0. Score: .
- R. H. E. R.H. E.
Aberdeen.'. 0 6 3Vancouver. 5 7 2
Batteries Meikle and Vance; Kramer
Yale Crews Row Xino Miles.
GAL.LS FERRY. Conn., June 7.
COURSE OF THE OREGONIAN ROLLER MARATHON TO BE
SKATED THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
Boys Are to Call on Roller
Skate Editor Today.
TRIP OVER COURSE IS SET
You Look as
IP YOU HAD
THE DISTANCE IS A TR1FL E LESS THAN THREE MILES.
Miss Hald hurled a baseball a distance
of 166 feet, the next when she tossed
a basketball 72 feet 6 inches. Besides
these feats, she captured first place
in the star event on the programme,
the 60-yard dash. She also was sec
ond in the open high jump.
Miss Bertha Schul.tz, winner of the
hurdle race and high jump for first
year girls, was Miss Hald's nearest
competitor. Miss Hald was credited
with 18 points and Miss Schultz
Another record for the Jefferson
High meets was also made by Miss
Lillian Ward, who cleared the pole in
the open high Jump at 4 feet 7 inches.
The individual points scored by each
of the girl contestants follows: Miss
Hald. 18; Miss Schultz, 13; Miss Ward.
5; Miss N. Brown, 6; Miss Vivian
Brown, 6; Miss Curry, 4; Miss Kling.
3; Miss L. Brown, 3; Miss Dryden, 3;
Miss Trimball, 3; Miss Taylor. 1; Miss
Terry, 1; Miss Goldstaub, 1; Miss Hum
felt, 1; Miss Van Bliek, 1.
The results of the various events in
the meet were as follows:
Throwing baseball Helen Hald,
first: Lucille Brown, second; Mildred
Terry, third. One hundred and sixty
six feet; school record.
Fifty-yard dash Vivian Brown, first;
Vernita Dryden, second; Elizabeth
Taylor, third. Time, 7:02.
Consolation race Eleanor Brown
Open high jump Lillian Ward, first:
Coach Guy Nichalls late today sent the
Tale varsity and freshmen eight-oar
crews a nine-mile row on the Thames.
They went over the regatta course of
four miles at a good clip, pulling In
WOMEN'S TOURNEY ON
SIRS. WIGHTMAJf WINS OPENING
MATCH AT PHILADELPHIA.
Beaton, New York and Norway Share
Honor lu Play for Lawn Tennis
Championship of United States.
PHILADELPHIA. June 7. Boston,
New York, California and Norway car
ried off the honors in the opening
rounds of the annual tournament for
the women's lawn tennis championship
of the United States, which opened on
the courts of the Philadelphia Cricket
All the out-of-town favorites won
their matches with comparative ease.
Included in the list were Miss Molla
BJurstedt, the young Norwegian star
end holder of the National indoor title;
ENTRY BLANK FOR ROLLER MARATHON, JUNE 10.
Permission Is Obtained for Iintries
in Tbc Orcsonian Marathon to
Go Over Route to Become .
Familiar AVlth It
Oil up your skates, boys; today is the
Every youngster entered in The Ore
gonian roller skate marathan to be run
Thursday afternoon is expected to call
on the roller skate editor this after
noon at 4 o'clock and secure his num
ber, to be worn on the day of the race.
The numbers and the list . of entries
were published yesterday and the num
bers will be given to entries according
to the way they were listed. Numbers
are also on hand for the late entries re
ceived that did not appear in The Ore
gon ian of yesterday.
The roller skate editor will be in his
office at room 815, Oregonian building,
after 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Boys to Go Over Course.
At 4:30 o'clock the boys will be lined
up at Sixth and Alder streets and be
allowe dto skate over the entire course.
This will be the first opportunity the
youngsters will have had to familiar
ize themselves with the Sixth-street
and Aider-street sections of route, as
police regulations do not permit skat
ing in this section of the city.
There will be no trouble on this score
tomorrow, however. Chief of Police
Clark is one of the marathon's boosters
and readily gave his permission for the
roller skate editor to take the boys over
the entire course.
Mayor to Fire Can.
The date of the race is near and the
youngsters are in a nervous tension,
awaiting the start. Mayor Albee will
fire the gun promptly at 5 o'clock
The entry list for the gala event will
close promptly at 12 o'clock, noon, and
any prospective entry whose blank is
received after that time will not be
considered, so get busy, you young
sters who have not yet sent in your
It has been decided to have the boya
weigh out just before th. race. ' This
means that every entry must be at The
Oregonian corner on Thursday after
noon by 4:30 o'clock. The weighing of
the boys will take some little time, and
every one must be in line for the start
Those who are not able to secure
their numbers this afternoon will get
only one more chance to get them. The
numbers will again be given out to the
late entries at noon Thursday.
Trip Today Not Race. .
It must also be understood that this
afternoon's trip over the course is not
a race and none of the boys will be
allowed to indulge in a burst of speed.
The trip is merely to let every boy
have a chance to go over the entire
route at least once before the race.
Hustle, boys, if you have not already
sent in your entry blank. Remember,
the race la to be held at 5 o'clock
Thursday afternoon and that the entry
list closes at noon Thursday.
The six watches that will be award
ed to the first six entries to finish will
be on display in the window of the SI
Rich cigar store, on Sixth and Wash
ington streets, this afternoon and tomorrow.
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MV LAST POUCH OF
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I hereby make application for entry to The Oregonian Roller Skate
Marathon to be held in conjunction with the Rose Festival pro
gramme on the afternoon of June 10.
Myera.m.. 4 O 4 OOUohnston.l
Daubcrt.1 4 2 4 J u,Balrd.3 3 O 5 O0
Stenrel.r.. 4 1 4 0 0H'chmau,r 2 O 1 Ou!
wneai.i.. 4x0 uu;igner,B. 4 z 3 ou
Cutshaw,2 3 2 3 2 liVlox.2 3 113 0
Getz.3 4 11 0 OjCostello.c. 2 2 110
McCarty.c 4 2 2 3 lGibson.e. . 2 2 110
Coombs.p. 4 0 1 0 OiAdams.p.. 3 1 0 4 0
Totals.. 35 IO 24 8-' Totals. .26 6 27 13 0
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 O 1
Pittsburg 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3
Runs, O'Mara. Hinchman 2. Wa&ner.Vlox.
Two-base hits, Viox. Gibson 2. Three-base
hits. WaTrer. Stolen bases, Gibson. Double
plays. O'Mara. Cutshaw and Daubert:
Adams. Wagner and Johnston. Base on
balls, off coombs 4. Adams 1. Hit by pitch
er, by Coombs, (Johnston, Baird, VIox.J
Struck out. Coombs 1. Adams 1. Umpires,
Klem and Cocki'.I. Time 1:31.
St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 8. -
ST. LOUIS, June 7. Heavy hitting,
especially in the seventh inning, en
abled Philadelphia to defeat the St.
Louis Nationals today 8 to 4. Rixey
had held the locals to four hits. Score:
Philadelphia I St. Louis
is ii (j a i:
4 1 SiButler.s. .
0 2 OIBescher.l.
3 0 0Mlller.2...
3 4 0Dolan.m..
0 0 0Betzel,3. .
1 0 0 Hnyder.c. .
7 2 Oj Rob'eon.p.
u 1 oiferaue.p. .
sauee.p. . .
B H O A E
4 1 0 60
4 110 0
3 0 4 0 0
4 0 3 0 0
4 1 7 O 1
3 12 11
1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 00
110 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
Totals. 37 9 27 10 3
Batted for Salleo in ninth
Philadelphia 1 0000060 1 8
St. Louis . 02000100 1 i
Runs. Bancroft 2, Byrnes 2. Luderus. Wel
ser. Burin. Rixey, Long. Betzel, Snyder. Rob
inson. Two-base hits, Becker. Bancroft.
Three-base hit, Butler. Stolen base. Butler.
Double play, Xlehoff to Bancroft to Lu
derus. Base on balls, off Rixey 6, off Robin
son 3. Hits, off Robinson 4 In 6 innings;
(nine out in seventh): off Perdue, 2 in no
inninKs (none ont in one inning); off Saliee
4 in 3 innings. Hit by pitcher, by Robinson,
Luderus. Struck out, by Rixey none, by W
Robinson 5. by bailee 8. Wild pitches. Rixey
4. Time of game, 2:45. Umpires. Quigley
Chicago-New "iorK game postponed;
HORSES HAVE EXERCISE DAY
Card at San Francisco Exposition to
Be Resumed Today.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 7. This was
exercise day for scores of horses here
to participate in the trotting races at
the Panama-Pacific Exposition. The
card, begun Saturday with three fast
races, was to be resumed tomorrow.
Turfmen agreed that the track was
one of the fastest In the country and
may rank with the one at North Ran
dall, Cleveland, O.. where many records
have been made.
Amity Challenges State Title.
AMITY, Or.. June 7. (SDecial.) The
Amity Higa School baseball team has
lost only one game this season. The
team challenges any high school team
in the state for the state chamDlonshiD.
Salem preferred since that claims the
Year of birth Month.
Weight ...pounds. I am a pupil of the school
I. the undersigned parent or guardian of above boy, give my per
mission for him to participate in The Oregonian Roller Skate Race.
Restricted to boys from 9 to 14 years of age, weighing less than
(Fill this blank out complete and mail to Roller Skate Marathon
Editor, The Oregonian. at earliest possible date.)
Hald, second; Aula Spencer,
Four feet 7 inches; school rec-
Basketball throw Helen(Hald. first;
Bertha Schultz, second; Josephine
Goldstaub, third. Seventy-two feet 6
inches: school record.
Hurdles Bertha Schultz. first; Mar
garet Curry, second; Josephine toid-
staub, third. Time, 11:01.
First-year girls' high jump Bertha
Schultz, first; Francis Rung, second:
Elizabeth Van Bliek. third. Four feet
Sixty-yard dash Helen Hald, first;
Lois Trimball, second; Auda Spencer.
third. Time, 8 seconds.
Jackson's Arm Xot Broken
Fohl. of the Cleveland Americans, an- urday.
Mrs. George Wlghtman, of California,
who as Miss Hazel Hotchkiss won the
National title in 1909, 1910 and 1911;
Mrs. Marshall McLean, of Morristown.
N. J., who won the Pennsylvania and
Eastern States' titles last week; Miss
Eleanor Sears, of Boston; Mrs. Theo
dore Cassebeer. New York, and Miss
Anne W. Sheaf, of Boston.
Mrs. C. N. Beard, runner-up in The
state tournament, was the only Phila
delphian of prominence to survive to
MissMary Browne, or California, the
present champion, will not defend her
Play in the championship doubles,
mixed doubles and men's invitation sin
gles competitions will start tomorrow.
Manager I The tournament will continue until Sat-
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old size. It will be more satisfying than a mouthful
of ordinary tobacco. Just nibble on it until you find
kthe strength chew that suits you. Tuck it away.
Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
jacco taste comes, how it satisfies without grinding, how
much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to
he tobacco satisfied. That's why it is The Real Tobacco
Chew. That's why it costs less in the end.
It is a resdy ehew, cat fine and short shred ao that yon wnn't hsva
tt grind oa it with your teeth. Grinding on ordinary candied tobacco
anakea yon apit too much.
Tb taate of pare, rich tobacco does not need to he covered op with molaaacs and)
tisorisc. Notice how the aalt bringa oat the rich tobacco taste in "Right-Cut."
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
SO Union Square, New York
(buy from dealer or SEND 10 stamps to us
MATTY HAS PAIN" IX SHOUDEH
Famous Vitchcr, Unable to Sleep,
Lxamined by Xcn'c Specialist.
CHICAGO, June ?. Christy Mathew
son, star twirler of the New Ydrk Na
tionals, lias suffered so acutely from a
dull pain in his left shoulder that he
has been unable to sleep, It was learned
Manager McGraw, of the New York
Club, had J.he famous pitcher exam
ined by a nerve specialist yesterday to
learn if the condition could be cor
rected. McGraw believes that with
proper treatment Mathewson will re
grain his old-time form.
PITCHER HEADS ARMY TEAM
n. K. Noylands, Jr., AVlio Won to in
Itow, Elected Captain.
WEST POINT, N. V., June 7. Cadet
Robert It. Neylands, Jr.. a member of
of the class of '16, who has pitched
phenomenal ball for the Army baseball
team for the past two seasons, was
elected captain of the Army nine today.
Until beaten by Fordham a few
weeks ago, Neylands' record of wins
covering two years was 20 straight.
TO FESTIVAL VISITORS.
Gentlemen! See the wonderful
aapl $25 values in ready-to-wear suits
1 am selling at $14.75. Jimmy Dunn,
G15-16-17 Oregonian bldg. Klevator
to 3d floor. Adv.
Go Get. B.V.D. and
When your legs feel slow as
tugboats hauling a coal
barge, and you seek the
friendly shade of awnings to dodge
the heat, then look for B.V. D.
in the nearest store-window.
Wear B.V.D. under a Tropical -Weight
Suit, and you re doubly cool.
Firmly insist upon seeing the B.V.D.
Red Woven Label, and firmly refuse
to take any Athletic Underwear with
out it. Then you'll get properly cut,
correctly made, long-service underwear.
On every B.V.D. Undergarment is icweat
This RedJVtven Label
f MAD t OR THE.
BEST RETAIL TRADE
ilradi Mark Rtt. U. S. FtU. QJIa mmd firasr Canurto)
B.V.D. Closed Crotch Union Suits
(Pat. U. S. A. 4-30-07 9-15-14)
$1.00 and upward the Suit.
B.V.D. Coat Cut Undershirts
and Knee Length Drawers,
50c and upward the garment.'
Tfo B.V. D. Company,
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.
B. V. D. UNDERWEAR
Enj oy Yourself
During the Festival, between
events drop around and let us
show the latest and most approved
patterns in cloth. Let us take
your measure and make you a suit
that will fit perfectly. Vety mod
Huffman & Grant
S. AV. Corner Alder and Broadway.
W COAT CUT
THE SECRET IS OUT
CJ OLUS means Open Leg
Union Suit. But that
isn't the secret,
q The secret is COMFORT
and is only a secret to
those who have never
C OLUS is coat-cut, opens
all the way down the leg.
Easy to put on, easy to
CJ You wear a coot-cut shirt.
lry a coat-cut
si. si. so. S3. S3. so. S3
OLUS ona-pieca paiama, da
lightful for aleaping or loung
ing. No atrmcs to tighten or
comelooK. SI. 50 and up.
lMr mm and women.
XKI STADTKK BltOS.,
A glance at this smart
model and you'll be cap
tivated by its elegance.
It's new. It's becoming.
It's comfortable. You'll
are "die cut, insuring absolute
uniformity in size. That is
why they always fit perfectly
and are so comfortable.
Gts. P. Ida I Co., Makars, Tray, R. T.