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THIS MORNING OREGONIAN. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915..
MRS. PETER KERR
IS STATE CHAMPION
Golf Finals Results in Victory
Over Mrs. Thomas Kerr of
3 Up and 2 to Play.
FOURSOMES ON SCHEDULE
Jfrs. J. J. Morrow Wins Handicap
Event K. Wilhelm, or Portland,
and M. H. Hartwell to Play
for State Title Today.
Mrs. Peter Kerr, of the Waverly
Country Club, won the women's golf
title for the State of Oregon yester
day when she defeated Mrs. Thomas
Kerr, also of the Waverly Country
Club. 3 up and 2 to play, in the
final match of the championships.
Scores were poor on both sides, due
partially to the weather.
In the second flight Mrs. E. L. Dev
oreaux. of the Waverly Club, defeated
Mrs. 15. W. Green, also of the Waverly
Club, 3 up and 2 to play.
JE. BraKg, of the Waverly Club, won
the trophy for the qualifying rounds,
makinc 79 yesterday in the play-off
with R. Wilhelm, of the Portland Golf
Club, who took 83, and C. H. Lewis,
who had a card of 87. Russell Smith,
of Waverly, who also tied for best score
with 167 in the qualifying rounds Mon
day, did not play.
J. R. Straight, of the Portland Golf
Club, won in the second flight over
K. B. Gregg, of the Waverly Country
Club, 3 up and 2 to play.
Among; the ieaten Kights R. C. F.
Astbury was eliminated from further
honors by Gerald Sooysmith, of Med
ford. 1 up. and E. Bragg, of Waverly,
defeated H. Mecklem, of Waverly, 3
up. Mr. Bragg and Mr. Sooysmith will
meet this morning.
Mrs. Morrow Wins Handicap.
Mrs. J. J. Morrow, of the Waverly
Country Club, turned in the lowest net
score, 86, in the women's handicap con
test, her handicap being 18. Mrs. Peter
Kerr, of Waverly, was the only woman
playing from scratch, but she was off
her game somewhat and hr card was
R. Wilhelm. of the Portland Golf
Club, and M. II. Hartwell, of the Wa
verly Country Club, will tee off at 9
o'clock this morning in the final match
for the Oregon state title.
The third flight among the men will
be settled this morning. . too, when Dr.
A. A. Morrison, of Waverly, and Harry
H. Pearce. of the Portland Golf Club,
TEAM GOES ON STRIKE
EIGHT VANCOUVER MEN QUIT WHE5f
PAPPA IS STJSPENIJED.
dune With Victoria Is Postponed, but
It Is Understood Brown 'Will Try to
Replace Strikers Today.
VANCOUVER. B. C. June 18. Be
cause Bob Brown fined Jules Pappa $50
and suspended him indefinitely for al
leged loafing on his Job, Wotell, Cole
man, Gtslason, Moore, Kramer. Reuther
and Barham refused to play in today's
(fame against Victoria unless Pappa
was reinstated. The game was post
poned. It is understood Bob Brown will re
place the strikers and put a team in
the field against Victoria tomorrow,
suspending the strikers indefinitely in
ABERDEEN' DEFEATS SEATTLE
Loss of Game by 2 to 5 Is Laid to
Erratic Pitching of Lotz.
SEATTLE. Wash.. June 18. The er
ratic pitching of Lotz, who walked Ave
men and failed to tighten in the
pinches, cost Seattle the game, 5 to 2.
this afternoon. All Aberdeen's runs
were made after two men were out.
The contest was featured by many
brilliant individual plays. Score:
R. H- E. R. H. E.
Aberdeen.. 5 9 4Seattle 2 3 3
Batteries Hughes and Vance; Lotz,
Mclvor and Cad man. i
VICTORIA TO RETAIN CHTB
Northwestern League President Says
Return Is Arranged.
VICTORIA. B. C. June 18. President
Robert Blewett. of the Northwestern
League, announced today that the Vic
toria baseball club will return to Vic
toria next Monday and that the fran
chise will continue to be held by Vic
toria. President Blewett would not give
out any particulars concerning the ar
rangement by which the club will re
turn to Victoria, but it is understood
that he induced Joshua Kingham, who
iisbanded the team two days ago, to
reconsider and again take charge of
the club. Another report is that Copas
and Cadd, two local men, will take the
Spokane 1, Taconu 3.
SPOKANE, June 18. Tacoma bunched
hits on Fiskjn the eighth inning today
and batted out a victory over the In
dians by a 3-to- score. Peterson was
hit regularly in the early frames, but
tightened after the fourth and pitched
perfect .ball. Hogan delivered the pinch
drive for Tacoma. coming through with
a triple with two on in the eighth.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Tacoma... 3 8 OiSpokane... 17 2
Batteries Teterson and Stevens;
-Fisk and Brenegan.
Braves Sign ITniversity Man.
PROVIDENCE. R. I., June 18. Cram,
who pitched and played in the outfield
for the Brown University, signed a
contract today with the Boston Na
tionals. He will Join the Braves next
New York Harvard 8. Princeton 3.
Will iamstown. Mass. Yvilliams 5,
Hawaiian Chinese -.
What the Box Scores Show
About Players You Know.
7ENE KRAPP, ex-Beaver pitcher,
VI opened hostilities for the Buffalo
Federals against Chicago, and after
a brief session was forced to retire.
Kid Ebmke. Los Angeles twirler of
a year ago, relieved Krapp and in turn
was nut to flight by the Chicagoans,
who won the game. 8 to 0.
Ham Hyatt, ex-Northwestern Leaguer.
made a hit and 21 putouts for the St.
Louis Cardinals in their 12-inning game
wjtn ts os ion, wnicn they won. 8 to 2.
TWO GOLFERS WHO ARE IN COMPETITION AT WAVERLY COUN
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gent, of tbe Waverly Country Club.
SPORTS ARE WANTED
Abolition of Athletics at Eu
gene Brings Protest.
HIGH STANDARD ADVOCATED
Coaches Declare Men Training Do
Better In Their Studies and
Western. People Held Par
tial to Outdoor Life.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugena.
June 18. (Special.) Since the pro
posal of Dr. Barnett to abolish athlet
ics became public. President Campbell
has been bombarded with letters and
telegrams protesting against such a
move. Many of the alumni expressed
themselves as favoring the enforce
ment of high standards, but none of
those writing thought it would be wise
to . do away with intercollegiate con
In reply to the argument that athlet
ies are detrimental to scholarship, A.
R. Tiffany, registrar of the university,
pointed to a census that had been
taken covering the grades made by
members of the varsity teams. Such a
record has not yet been prepared for
the present year, but last season the
athletes stood just a little higher,
taken as a whole, than did the average
student in the institution.
"There is nothing to it," said "Bill"
Hayward, Oregon's veteran track
coach, when asked if athletics inter
fered with class work. "My track men
make better grades during track sea
son than they do at any other time in
"Our athletics are perfectly normal.
said Coach Bezdek. "Athletic stand
ards have to develop gradually the
same as scholastic standards, we can
not expect to be .on quite the same
basis as the old Eastern schools. It
"Show me a college where the prohi
bition of athletics has been a success.
It is possible that in some states they
might do without them, but here the
people like the outdoors, they spend
their vacations in the mountains, they
are not the kind that are willing to
do without sports."
Most of the students had left for
home before the anti-athletic resolu
tion was introduced, but it has found
one backer among the graduates.
Fred Hardesty, of Astoria, in the Fall
ing and Beekman oration contest, held
up athletics as one of the cursea of
college life. He was vigorously ap
plauded by an audience of 600.
Dr. Barnett s resolution now stands
as the first order of business at the
opening faculty meeting in the Fall.
N.o vote has been taken to test the
sentiment of the instructors.
BOXERS AliE HARD AT WORK
Jimmie Hone and Abie Gordon Are
Training for Meeting Tuesday.
Jimmie Howe and Abie Gordon, the
fly-weight battlers, are working out at
different hours each afternoon at the
Imperial Club on Union avenue, near
East Pine street. The boys are fast
rounding into condition for their tilt
next Tuesday evening at the club. Both
went through the paces yesterday and
appeared in good condition.
The bout is to be the second meeting
of Gordon and the Chinese boy from
Walla Walla. Gordon triumphed at
the last encounter, but the yellow boy
has improved since then.
Matchmaker Charlie Jost was not at
the club yesterday, as he accompanied
Valley Tram'oitas to Astoria for his
bout with Frank Parsiow.
C. M. BROWN WINS AT TEXSB
Jefferson High Athlete. Takes In-
The Jefferson Hisrh School tennis
tournament closed Thursday when O.
Mortimer Brown won the singles cham
pionship, defeating Howard Beggs in
straight sets, 6-1, 6-0 and 6-3. Brown
is a Junior and is a newcomer in Port
land tennis circles, having come here
last January from Denver, Colo.
Brown with his partner, Paul Down
art, reached the finals of the Multno
mah Club handicap tennis tournament
by defeating H. S. Pratt and Rogers
MacVeagh, 5-7, u-1, 8-6. 6-4. Brown
also was runner up in the tennis tour
nament of the East Denver high
schools last year.
EN PERT SWIMMER QUITS CLUB
Claire Tait, of Multnomah., Goes to
Multnomah Club has lost one of its
aquatic stars. Claire Tait has turned
professional and has accepted the po-
sition of swimming instructor at the
Gearhart Natatorium. Tait will be as
sisted by Fred Howard, of the Mult
nomah polo team, and it is likely that
Gearhart will have a water polo squad
this Summer to compete against Sea
side. Tait has been swimming for 12 years,
but made his public bow in 1912. win
ning third place in the Rose Festival
diving contests that year. In 1913 he
won the Northwest indoor champion
ship for the Multnomah Club, and in
the Rose Festival of 1914 won the out
Last Summer at the Astoria regatta
Tait startled thousands by his antics
on a surfboat behind a speedboat and
was termed "the Blonde Hawaiian." He
practically introduced surf-riding in
the Northwest. "
Amateur Baseball Bookings.
June 20, 1913.
American laundry Go. vs. Camas mt
Garden Home vs. John S. Bealls at Gar
den Home 2:30.
Colored Giants vs. Dayton at Dayton 2:30.
Portland Railway. Light & Power vs. Pe
ninsula Park at Peninsula Park 12:30.
Taborside vs. Tabor Giants at Eightieth
street and Market 2:30.
Union Dentists vs. Tbe Dalles at The
Gresham vs. Los Cabin Bakery at Gresham
Linn & Co. vs. Columbia Park at Columbia
National Laundry Co., vs. Klrkpatrick
Stars at East Twelfth and Davis 12:;:0.
Hawthorne Merchants vs. Troy Laundry at
East Twelfth and Davis 3.
Olds. Wormian & Kins; vs. Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill 2:30.
Peninsula Jrs. vs. "Foresters of America at
East Twelfth and Davis 12:30.
Kenton Club vs. Estacada at Estacada
Aerial Heights vs. Woodstock at Aerial
Heights at 2:30.
Albers Bros. vs. Vancouver Barracks at
St. Andrews vs. Oswego at Oswego 2:30.
"Woodstock Firemen vs. Bricklayers at
Kendall Station vs. Loyal Order of Moose
at Kendall 2:30.
Mount Tabor vs. Gilbert White Sox at Gil
Woodlawn Cubs vs. Engravers at Mont
gomery Flats 12:30.
South Portland Grays vs. Oakhurst at
South Portland 1.
Pacific Coast P-Iscult Co. vw. Meier A
Frank at East Twelfth and Davis 3:30.
Piedmont Artisans vs. Alberta Club at
Thirty-fifth and Holman .2:30.
Pherwood vs. Maccabees at Sherwood 2:30.
Plelschner, Mayer & Co. vs. Sellwood
Morning Glories at Sellwood 10:30.
Union Meat Co. vs. Golden" Rods at Mont
gomery Flats 12:30.
Antonian Hub vs. Waverly Caddies at
Mount Tabor vs. Waverly Caddies at Sell
Makados vs. The Oaks at West End 2:30.
Damascus vs. Newaboyn at Damascus 2:30.
Military Funeral Conducted.
VANCOUVER BARRACKS, Wash
June 18. (Special.) With full military
honors. First Sergeant Wolfgren, of the
First Infantry, formerly stationed here,
was laid to rest today in the post ceme
tery. Sergeant Wolfgren left here with
the First Infantry for Honolulu, where
he died at Schofield Barracks. It was
his expressed desire to be buried at
STAXDIXOS OF THE TEAMS.
W. L,. Pet. I w. L. Pet.
Chicago... 27 21 . 56:i Brooklyn. . 25 20 .400
Philadel... 27 22 .55tlPittsburg. . 24 23 .4O0
St. Louis.. 28 :6 .Sin New York..- 21 2". .437
Boston 2o 24 .510ctnclnnatl. la 111 .413
Chicago... 34 20 .fVIOIWashingfn 2n 24 .4R9
Detroit :I4 22 .607Cleveland. . 20 29 .40S
Boston. 27 19 .5S7 St. Louis.. . 20 3:5 :!77
New York. 2G 23 .331Philadel. . . 19 33 .3Bo
Kan. City., r.4 22 .OT Brooklyn . . 2S 2 .51!
St. Louis.. 20 21 .."! Newark. . . . 26 27 .491
Pittsburg.. 28 23 .540, Baltimore. . 20 32 .3Sr,
Chicago... 30 26 .530 Buffalo 20 38 .345
Tndiajiep.. :tfl 18 .RG7ISt. Paul. . . . 24 27 .471
Louisville., no ..Vi(ToIumbii. . 22 30 .423
Kan. City. . 29 i!.- ..r:i7;Cleveland . . 21 2 .420
Milwaukee. 2 2 .uOOMinneapolis 21 30 .412
Des Moinea 28 17 .022lLincoIn . - -. ?2 -2-1 -Inn
Topeka 28 20 .s:lSioux City. . 1! 2S .40
uenver.... j 3 Josepn.. 18 27 .44)0
Omaha.... 24 22 .322, Wichita 17 2tf .393
Spokane 34 23 .506; Victoria 28 30 '.4S3
Tacoma... 32 27 .342 A berdeen . . 28 33 .439
Vancouver, ai .....jj.-seiitue U3 33 .497
American Association Minneapolis .9,
Kansas City 2; Louisville 7, Cleveland
St Paul-Milwaukee and Columbus-Indianapolis,
Western League Des Moines 6. St. Joseph
3: Sioux City 5. Lincoln 3: Wichita 7, To
peka. 4: Omarta.-Den ver. rain.
Where the Tnun I'Uiy Today.
Paciric Coast League Portland vs. Oak
land at San Krancisco: San Francisco at Los
Angeles; Venice at Salt Lake.
Northwestern Leaeue Aberdeen at Seat
tle; Tacoma at Spokane; Victoria at Van
couver. How tbe tieries Stand.
Pacific Coast League Oakland 3 games.
Portland a games; San Francisco 2 games.
o Angiies a amca; sait Lake 2 games.
Beaver Battings Averages.
At). H. Av. A.b. H. Av.
Bates l.M 51 ..3'Lush 39 10 .2iv7
r-peas ltd 51 .310'Doane 185 43.243
r iniiri i.m9Ti..Mrfv ra use. . .. 4J 9.1.' 14
rjtuinpr. L'hH 75 .2!.i,Kahler 5 1 .200
nuijani... 1 . 1 1 e. va ng '7 1 '-
Derrick u: 7 I .277 Hies 57 7 'l.V
J-ooer -In 1.7 .2iO:Coveleskie. 33 2 ORO
Davis 251 (15 .29Keefe C O.000
v.ji 11 . . .. t i.
A Cleveland woodworker ha mounted a
work bench on wheels and tows It hehlnrl
his automobile, using the power of the auto
to drive a Dana saw ,ana other tools.
IS OPEN CHAMPION
Highest Golfing Honor in United
States Won by Single Stroke
With 297 for 72 Holes.
WAR KEEPS BRITISH AWAY
Tom McX'amara, Boston Profession
al, Is Second Chick Evans Is 10
lielilnd Winner and Ouimet
Low With Score of 317.
SHORT HILLS, N. J.. June 18. For
the second time in the history of the
United States Golf Association, the Na
tional open championship was won by
an amateur today. After a Ions and
arduous test of 72 holes medal play,
which began yesterday and ended late
today, Jerome D. Travers won the title
with a splendid score of 297 strokes.
Travers has won four National ama
teur and five metropolitan, as well as
several other important prolf champion
ships, but his heart's desire was grati
fied when he added the "open" to his
lonfr list of victories.
There was no fluke or flaw In the
quality of grolf which the winner dis
played during the week. He won his
honors cleverly from a field of 140 of
the best professionals and leading am
ateur polfers in this country. The
competition was international in char
acter, although the European war had
prevented Vardon, Ray and seven other
English and Scotch experts from com
ing to take part in it. Louis Tellier,
a former French open champion, and
A. J. Sanderson, of Boulogne, France;
Ben Bayers, of North Berwick, Scot
land, and Dan Kenny, of Hamilton,
Ont., were among the contestants, and
one of them Tellier was a prominent
factor up to the final stage of the con
test. He finished with a score of 301
in a tie for the fourth and fifth cash
prizes with the Western open cham
pion, James M. Barnes, of White Marsh
Travers played steadily all through
the two-day test- In the final round
today Travers knew he had a hard task
to beat the total of 298 made by the
Boston professional, Tom McNamara.
He had taken 39 strokes going out
and was forced to equal par, or 37, for
the last nine holes in order to win by
a single stroke.
McNamara played a great game, and
so did the third man, Robert G. Mac
Donald, always a prominent contender.
while Walter C. Hagen. of Rochester,
who won last year, was unable to keep
up with the leaders and finished in a
tie with seven other professionals.
These eight, with scores of 306 each,
divide the ninth and tenth money
prizes, while Travers won the honor, a
trophy specially donated by the asso
None of the other prominent ama
teurs lived up to his reputation during
the closing rounds. Francis Ouimet,
the amateur champion, who won the
open event two years ago, after play
ing off a brilliant tie with Vardon and
Ray at Brookline. Mass.. could not con
trol his clubs today, and finished wjth
a total of 317.
Chick Evans, the: young Chicagoan
who holds the Western amateur title,
played disappointingly, although he
finished 10 strokes ahead of Ouimet.
Max R. Marston. the state champion of
New Jersey, had a total of 308.
Jim Donaldson, Glenview, 111., had a
score of 308, his last round of 70 be
ing a new professional record for the
SOX DEFEAT ATHLETES
FELCH SCORES 3 OX HOMER AND
HELPS BRING 3 MORE.
Chicagoan Also Makes Sensational
Onr-Hnndrd Catrb of Walsh's Fly
and Breaks l p Batting Rally.
PHILADELPHIA. June 18. Felsch's
batting and fielding and four double
plays were the features of today's game
in which the Chicago White Sox de
feated the Philadelphia Athletics 11 to
4. In addition to driving in three run
ners with a homer. Felsch figured in
the scoring of three other runs, and he
broke up a batting rally by the home
team in the fifth inning by a wonderful
one-hand running catch off Walsh s bat.
after which he doubled up a runner at
In retiring Felsch at the plate in the
eighth inning McAvoy was badly spiked
above the right knee and was carried
off the field. Score:
B H O A E
B H O A E
5 2 4 10
Walsh.-m . .
Barry .s. . .
OldrinE-.l . .
4 13 0 0
0 3 4 0
4 5 0
2 0 0
5 1 O
Fournler.l 4 2 13 0 Oj
J.Colllns.r 4 110 0
Roth.l 4 1 0 00
Schalk.e.. S 2 5
Blackb'n,3 4 2 O
Falier.p. .. O O O
O OlStrunk.r. .
3 0 Malone.2. .
2 0 O
r 4 O
Kopf.3. . '. . 4
Davles. . . 0
Murphy t . . 1
0 0 0
Totals. .O 1-2 -21 14
Totals. . .31
!T 17 O
Batted tor Bush in fifth.
tB&tted for McAvoy in eighth.
Chlcasto 0 124O11 1 1 U
Philadelphia 2000000 2 0 4
Runs, Felsch 2. .Weaver. E. Collins. Four
nier. Roth. Schalk 2. Blackburn, Kaber 2.
Lapp. Oldring. Kopf, W. Davis. Two-base
hits, Oldrlng. Kopf, V. Davis. Three-base
hit. Weaver. Fournier, Malone. Home run,
Felsch. Stolen bases. K. Collins 2. Four
nier, Roth. Schalk. Mclnnls. Earned runs.
Chicago 11. Philadelphia 2. Double plays.
Felsch and Fournier; Weaver, E. Collins
nrni Fflllrn -J V. Pnltin. unH Vnn.nU.
First Wse on error, Philadelphia t. Bas-
on Dans, orr Faner '1. orr Hush 4, orr w.
Davis 4. .Hits, off Bush 7 In 5 inninjrs; off
W. Davis 5 in 4 Innines. Struck out, by
Faber 4. by Bush 4. Umpires, Wallace and
Hoston 3, St. Louis 1.
BOSTON, June 18 The Boston Amer
icans took another game from St. Louis
today. 3. to 1. It was a pitchers' duel,
Hamilton allowing fewer hits than Fos
ter, but being less effective in the
pinches. Austin was sent off the field
by Umpire Hildebrand for arguing.
St. Louis I Boston
B H O A E1 B II O A E
Shotton.I.. 4 0 1 0 OIHen'ksen.r 1 0 1 00
Austin.." 3 2 0 1 Oj Hooper.r.. 1 O 0 OO
nowara.a. - o i i ui vvasrner." . 3 13 11
Pratt. 2... 4 0 5 12 OlSneaker.m. 4 1 3 O0
C.Wk'r.m 4 2 3 0 0'Lewls.l 4 1 3 00
E.Wlk'r.r 3 t 2 0 OlHoblltzel.l 3 2 9 00
Leary.i... l s o o Janvrin.s.. 3 0 -3 11
T-flVan W . . 2 0 2 2 Ot!:n rrinr 3 - O ft 1 n
Agnew.c. 4 11 2lCady.c 10 4 10
tiamui n.p :t n o Thomas.c. o o 1 o 0
Williams 1 0 0 0 OJFoster.p. . Ill B0
Idainer.. 1 rt 0 0 0
IWood. .0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 34 7 24 12 11 Totals. 24 B 2T 9 2
Batted for Hamilton In ninth: ""batted
for Honrlkjsen in fifth; """ran for Catly in
St. Louis 1 fl 0 0 0 0 0 O 1
Boston 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3
Runs. Austin. Lewis, tiardner. Foster. Two
bane hits, lewls. Foster. Three-base hit, B.
Walker. Stolen base, C. Walker. Double
plays. Hamilton. Lavan and. l?ary; Pratt
and Leary; Austin. Pratt and T.eary; Aa;new
and Pratt. First base on errors, St. Louis 3.
Bases on balls, off Hamilton 4. Foster S.
Struck out, by Hamilton 1, Foster 6. Um
pires, Hildebrand and O'Louschlln.
Washington 3, Detroit 5.
WASHINGTON, June 1". Detroit ran
the bases at will today, and, aided by
Boehling's wildness and Williams" three
errors, defeated the Washington Ameri
cans 5 to 3. The Tigers made a triple
steal and two double steals. Cobb fig
ured in each and scored two runs, made
two hits and drew two passes in five
times up. Henry was spiked by Cobb
when the latter stole home in the first
inning and had to retire. Score:
Detroit I Washington
3 1 0lR. JHoe'lr.r 5
I O 1 0
3 3 OiFoster.3. . . 5
1 O 4 0
2 10 0
2 12 O 0
0 3 4 0
0 0 0 0
18 0 3
O 1 2 0
0 0 0 Shanks.l. . 4
S O O Milan. m. . 5
4 0 0 Qandil.l . . 4
3 0 0 Morsran.2. . 2
5 O 0 Henry.c. . . 0
3 0 2 WilVms.c. 4
1 0 0 McBride.s. 4
O 1 OIBoehllngr.p 2
Burn s.l . . 4
bteen.p. . . 4
O 1 OlOonnolly" .
O 0 0
0 O 0
0 O 0
Uailia.p... O O
Hopper.p. . 0
Totals. .38 10 27 6 2 Totals. .37 0 27 14 3
Batted for Boehlins; in seventh.
Batted for Gallia in eighth.
Detroit 2 O 0 O 2 O 1 O 0 5
Washington 0 0 OO 0 2 1 0 0 3
Runs. Bush. Kavanaerh. Cobb 2. Moriaritv.
E. Moeller, Shanks, Milan. Earned runs, off
steen :i, Boehltnpr l. Two-base hits, Gandil,
Moeller. Hits, off Steen S In 6 1-3 innings:
Coveleskie 1 in 2 2-3: Boehling 10 in 7: Gal
lia none in one; Hopper none in 1. Stolen
bases. Bush. Cobb 3, Crawford. Veach, Burns.
Double plays, McBride, Morgan and Gandii;
Bush, Kavanagh and Burns. First base on
balls, off Steen 2. Coveleskie 1: Boehling 7;
Gallia 1 : Hopper 1. First base on errors.
Washington 2. Struck out. by Coveleskie 1 ;
Boehling 7, Hopper l. umpires, Dmeen and
New Tork-Cleveland game postponed
ALU LOU TAKES TROT
HE MET FARM FILLY GETS LION'S
SHARE OF S500O PURSE.
McCIosky Wins 2il4 Trot and Fleeta
Dillon Is First in 2:19 Pacing;.
$20,000 race Set for Today.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 18. All! Lou,
the brown filly from the Hemet Stock
Farm, won one of the feature events of
the Exposition Summer meet today by
taking the 3-year-old trot and the lion's
share of the 15000 purse offered for
Nicola B., with W. Durfee up, and
Carl with C. A. Durfee up, placed sec
ond and third, respectively.
Alii Lou failed to make it three
straight wins by the margin of a nose
in the first heat when Nicola B.
crossed the finishing line in the lead.
McCIosky, A. McDonald's brown geld
ing, driven by her owner, won three
straight heats in the 2:14 class trot.
Second and third honors were bitterly
contested between Bonnie Ansel, with
Spencer up, and Loe Blossom, with F.
Childs up. Bonnie Ansel managed to
step into second place.
Fleeta Dillon distanced a field of
seven starters in the 2:19 class pacing
and took the event in three straight
The feature event for tomorrow's
programme will be the 2:06 class
pacing for a purse of 20,000.
Three-year-old trotting, two in three
neaLS. purse t.iouo
A 111 Lou,- br. f (McDonald 2 11
Nicola B., b. c IDurfee) 1 2 :t
Carl. blk. c (C. A. Durfee) 3 3 2
Xo other entrants.
Time 2:18it. 2:lS"i. 2:21.
2:14 class, trot, three heats, purse $200O
mcr iosky. or. g (McDonald) 111
Bonnie Ansel, b. m (Spencer) 2 2 3
Leo Blossom, cli. m (F. Childs) - 3 3 2
Also started. Doctor D. C, b. g. (Nugent):
scratched. Seneca Boy, ch. g. (Fleming).
Time 2:14, 2:10. 2:13.
2:10 -class, pacing, three heats, purse
Fleeta. Dillon, b. m (Shuler) 111
Direct Line. b. h (J. McGuire) 2 2 3
Miss Harris M., b. f ... (McDonald) 432
Also started, Budweiser, br. g. (Gilbert);
Buzz Patch, blk. m. (Macy); Zootrlx, ch.
m. (Chadbourne) ; Madam Mac. br. m. (C.
Deryderi. Scratched. Mountain Dee, b. s.
(Walker): Baby Commet (Schwartz).
Time 2:10, 2:10. 2:llVt.
Illinois Roxing Bill Beaten.
SPRINGFIELD. HI.. June 18. The
Carroll bill, legalizing boxing in
Illinois, which had beem passed by the
Senate, was defeated yesterday when
the lower house of the Legislature re
fused to suspend its rules for the con
sideration of the measure. The vote
on the suspension of the rules was six
votes short of the required majority.
St. Louis Buys Vancouver Catcher.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. June 18. Manager
Huggins, of the St. Louis Nationals,
announced today that he had bought
Catcher Brottem from Vancouver.
Brottem will Join the St. Louis team
in the Fall.
GREAT GASINO PLANNED
TIA JUANA, MEXICO, KESORT WILL
COST ABOUT f 750,000.
J. W. Coffroth, H. A. HouMer, Harry J.
Moore and Others Confer in San
Franeiseo Concerning Plans.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 18. Plans
for a racetrack, casino and pleasure
resort at Tia Juana, Lower California,
to cost about J750.000, are being dis
cussed here today by promoters, cap
italists, architects and persons allied
with opposing Mexican factions. It is
planne-d to open the track by Thanks
giving day, it was announced.
Capital has been raised, it was said,
and all necessary arrangements made.
It was agreed the Mexican military
.faction in possession of the city should
control the resort.
The conference was held with James
W. Coffroth, promoter, and was at
tended by' H. A. Houser, Monterey,
Nuevo Leon: Harry J. Moore, San
Antonio. Tex.: W. A. Tobias, F. B.
White, a banker, and C. C. Tucker,
architect, all of Dallas, Tex.: Frederick
Thayer, New York; Jose Cantu,
brother-in-law of Governor Cantu of
Lower California; Antonio -Flosua,
brother of the late President Madero's
widow, and Frank Daroux and John
SECRET WEDDING "LEAKS"
Unity Sclionftcarlier Met at Station
by 11 Pupils R Ice-Laden.
BAKER, Or., June IS. (Special.)
Miss Dora 5L Pearce. of fnity, who has
been attending Summer Normal School
here, was "secretly"' married to Will
iam Caton, of Haines, yesterday. The
couple planned to keep the affair secret
until after the teachers' examination
July 3, and meanwhile take a short
wedding trip, after which the bride in
tended to return to school. When the
couple arrived at the station today they
found the entire 14 students of the
school awaiting them with 20 pounds
Miss Pearce taught school near Haines
Junction City Creamery Busy.
JUNCTION CITY. Or.. June 18.
(Special.) The Junction City co-operative
creamery is making progress. The
board of directors decided to pay 26
cents a pound for butterfat for the
month of May and 21,429 pounds of but
ter was made. The creamery received
Trie QUALiTf StoXe Portland
Here Are "Live" Bargains
in Fine Fishing Tackle
which we are closing out in the big purchase of the y
Entire Tackle Stock of
Archer & Wiggins
Good quality Steel Rods, 3
joints, 9Vs feet, regularly $1,
Good quality split bamboo, 3
joints, extra tip, assorted
lengths, regularly $1, at 65
Good quality split bamboo, 3
joints, extra tip, assorted
lengths, regularly $2.50, now
for only ,$1.65
Good quality split bamboo, 3
joints, extra tip, assorted
lengths, regularly $3.50, now
for only $2.30
Extra quality split bamboo, 3
joints, extra tip, assorted
lengths, regularly $5.00, now
for only $2.90
Perfect silk worm gut, in
1 yard, regularly 15c each,
now 4 for 23 0
2 yards, regularly 25c each,
now 2 for 25
THE WESTERr UNION
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We Are Now Sole Oregon Distributors of
The Wright & Ditson
Golf, Tennis, Baseball, Football, Etc.
Which were formerly handled by the Archer & Wiggins
Co., whose entire stock we have taken over.'
We consider this brand the finest make in the country
and are prepared to show you unexcelled assortments at
prices which are most reasonable.
Come in! Our Mr. Carlon will be glad to talk things
over with you. ' Temporary Annex. First Floor
17,161 pounds. The butter was sold
for 14338.64. The patrons exchanged
butterfat for 659 pounds of butter.
BACON CARRIES EXPLOSIVE
Pendleton Bojs Hurt, Presumably
by Cap Intended for Coyote.
PENDLETON, Or., June IS. (Spe
cial.) Charles May, 11-year-old foeter
son of Mr. and Mrs, Dan May, of this
city, was painfully injured today
when, moved by curiosity, he picked up
a. piece of bacon attached to a string:
lying in his path near Olney Ceme
tery. Swinging the bacon by the
string, he threw it from him and an
explosion occurred. It is presumed to
have been a piece oC coyote- bait, with
a. percussion cap.
Young May's thumb was badly torn
and he suffered nearly two ecore of
minor lacerations on his hands and
face. H.is companion, Cyril AIcAtee,
also was slightly Injured.
KLAMATH CITY HALL 0. K.'D
Balance of $2376.80 Due Contract
ors Is Ordered Paid.
aLAMATH FALLS, Or.. June 18.
(Special.) The first matter of impor
tance to be acted upon by IClamath
Falls' new Council, aside from causing
the resignation of Mayor Nicholas and
the entire police force last Monday
night, was the acceptance on behalf of
the city of the nei City Hall and or
dering a warrant drawn to the order of
Cofer Bros, for C2376.80 still due.
President Matthews, of the Council,
then appointed four police officers for
a special period of five days each.
At Factory Cost
Going Out of the Bicycle Business
Hudson Arms Co.
HO Third St.
All fine goods
every bit of it and
each piece is reduced,
except, of course, con
Our stock, as you prob
ably know, is the larg
est in the city.
Tan russet cowhide, hold 4
dozen flies, with 4 canvas
pockets and 3 small sub
pockets. Regularly $1.50,
Red Kertal Cover, hold 8
dozen flies, regularly $1.00,
High quality, regularly sold
at $1.00 dozen, now, doz. 6O0
Single-Action Fly Reels.
40 yds., regularly $1.00, 50
60 yds., regularly $1.25, 750
80 yds., regularly $1.50, .$1
Double-Action, Nickel Plated
Reels with Back Drag and
60 yards, regularly 75c, 4O0
80 yards, regularly 85c, 500
First quality blades and
hooks, ass't'd, 6 on card 350
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To Your Home Back East
Daily to September 30.
Return limit October 31, 1915.
Tickets good on
Golden State Limited
Rocky Mountain Limited
3 Nights to Chicago
Through Tourist Car Denver to
Generous portions on our
Tickets, reservations, etc.
M. J. GEARY,
General Agent, Pass. Departmt,
111 Third Street, Portland, Or.
Phones Main 334, Home A 2666.