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TTT13 MORXIXG OREGOXIAK. TIIUI.Sn.YY. TTJT.Y 8. 1915.
STOMPF AND SPEAS
AIO ANGEL VICTORY
Eight Errors Big Factor in
12-0 Trouncing Given
DAVIS IS SORELY MISSED
Scopglns Holds Beavers to 2 Hits,
While Ixs Angeles Batters Ham
mer Krans and Coveleskie
to All Corners of Ixjt.
Pacific Coast Leaa-ue Standings.
W. 1 P. CV W. U. P. c.
tun Fran.. iO 4U .r-4S Portland 44 44 ..-.no
Salt Lake.. 47 44 .51 Oakland 4.' SI .4:
loa Angeles M 49 .310. Vernon 44 51.403
At Portland Los Angelas 12. Portland 0.
At I -OS Angeles Salt Lake Vernon O.
At San Francisco San Francisco 3. Oak
Bill Stumpf was busy figuring
The cost of livelihood.
'Tis plain' he Mid. "I do not get
The money that I should.
According to my figuring,
I'd be a millionaire.
If I could sell my boots at short
For thirty cents a pair."
"Pop" Dillon came J 500 miles to aee
bis Angela whitewash the Portland
champions 12 to 0 yesterday and it
roust have been well worth the trip.
Imagine Bud Anderson vs. Jess Willard
for the championship of the world and
you will have a fairly accurate line
on the proceedings.
Portland couldn't hit Seogtrins and.
with Bobby Davis out of his shortpatch
position, the Portland club looked about
as dangerous as a full-grown beady
Unable to secure assistance from the
Northwestern League, Walt McCredie
moved Stumpf over to second and
brought Speas in from right field to
play second base. This strategic shift
along the defensive line was not suc
cessful. It was like trying to run an
automobile on homogenized milk.
Stumpf Messes Plays.
Stumpf booted, maltreated and other
wise messed up five plays around short
stop and Captain Speas was a close
second with three. The safest way for
anybody contemplating an infringement
of the specialty put on around the key
stone sack would be to commit suicide
Rube Evans and Stanley Coveleskie,
pitchers, also contributed to the general
mirth of 2000 spectators. Whenever the
two bad Bills in the infield ceased cut
ting up. said flingers stepped into the
breach with vigor.
In brief, eight of the 12 Angel tallies
were earned and the other four were
handed over by the infield. After six
runs and seven hits Rube Evans was
led out of the picture in the third inn
ing and Coveleskie toiled the rest of
Seogcrlna In tine Form.
Of the 16 Angelic safe hits, Ellis and
Terry bagged three apiece.
Scoggins, on the other hand, allowed
only two scattered singles one by
Carish in the fifth and the other by Ty
Lober in the eighth.
Along about the fifth and sixth in
ning., when the vaudeville got golnc
full blast, hundreds of the fans left
the park. This was unfortunate, as
the early risers missed some good com
edy. In the ninth inning, for instance,
an inspired fan hollered at Ray Bates:
"Why don't you strike out and sit
down?" and no sooner said than Bates
whacker at a third strike, missed it,
turned to the stand and smilingly shot
back: "All right. How does that suit
Doty Seems, Frightened.
After the game was lost Walter Mc
Credie tried out Roy Doty, a City
Leaguer, at first base. Doty fielded
faultlessly, but appeared frightened at
the plate. Scoggins fanned him twice
in a row and from the press box it
looked as if Doty couldn't have hit one
with a carpet beater.
Walt McCredie sent about 14.330.45fi
words over the night telegraph wires
last night in quest of a shortstop to
take Davis place.
Yesterday's casualty list follows:
Los Anges Portland
Mag ert.m 2 ; 0 0 Doane.r. .. 3 1 Ou
McM'len.3 1 0 0 1 w Derrick. 1 . O S 0 0
Wolher.r.. r, 1 3 0 0;Stum pf,s . . 2 0 3 3 a
Koerner,l 4 1 13 0 0 Katre.3 4 0-10
KUls.l S 3 1 ( 0 Hilly'rd.m 2 0 1 OO
Terry.s. .. S 3 1 r, 0 Speas. 2 3 0 3 4 3
Boles.c. .. . 1 r. 1 0 Car.sch.c. 3 14 3 0
Metzger.3 4 10 10 I.ober.1 3 10 0 0
Scoglns.p 5 2 0 HiKvaiw.il... on in
Buem'lr.3 4 2 1 3 0 "-nv'l'ske.p 3 O 0 B n
lDoty.1 1 0 I (1 0
Totals. 44 IS 27 11 0 Totals. 92T?i
Ixis Angeles 4 0 2 1 2 Z 0 0 0 1 -
H.!,, - 3 1 4 2 1 4 0 1 l IS
Portland 0 0 0 n o l o 0 0 0
' Hits ft 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2
Runs. Maggert 2. MrMullen. Woltr '
"uc,,l -. r.ttia . 1 erry. Holes, Metzzer.
Struck out. by Coveleskie 4. Sooeicins s
.Bases on balls, off Evan 2. Coveleskie 1
ieogelns 2. Tvt-o-base hit. Maegert Double
plays, stumpf to Speas to iKM-rick- Speas
to Stumpf to Doty. Stolen bases. Holes Uue
rnlller. Hit by pitched ball. Koerner by
K,va?!,'J .W"1 Pitch, Scoggins. Innings
pitched, by Evans 2. runs S. hits 7. at bat
12. out in third, none out 2 on. Runs re
sponsible for. Evans .", Coveleskie 3. Charge
.f.P, to Evan!'- Time. 2 hours. Umpires
Williams and Finney.
CARLISLE'S ERROR COSTS GAME
Bees Score 2 Runs nad Beat Tigers
"When Fielder Lets Ball Get Away.
LOS AN'GEIjES, Cal.. July 7. Car
lisle's error in letting a single roll
through his legs allowed Salt Lake to
defeat Vernon today. 2 to 0. Shinn
opened the sixth inning with a single
and both he and Oedeon, who fol
lowed with another, scored before Car
lisle could recover the runaway ball.
Dent. who. made his debut as a Tiger
iwirier. pucnea a rine game. Score:
B H O AE
i m i . r.
" o -amsle.l . . ., l l 0 1
3 1 n Rerger.s. . 4 1 .". 1 n
2 5 llwilhoit.r. . .1 2 1 0 II
0 fMi Rayless.m. 3 0 4 10
0 0 Risberg.2. . 3 O :: an
;; rhm nn.t 3 .0 12 Ol
1 1 3 0 Hetlina-.3.
3 0 110
4 .1 2 1 O
1 0 O 0 0
0 O 0 0 0
1 0 O 0 0
0 1 0(lOent.p
Totals.. 2S .127 9 1' Totals... 33 8 27 13 2
Batted for Hetllng In eighth.
Batted for Dent in ninth.
Salt Lake o 0 0 0 1 O o n 2
Hits 11O1O200 o j
Venice 0 11 41 0 O O O 0 0 0
Hits...; 1 O 1 1 1 O 2 1 1 S
Runs. Shinn, Gedeon. Two-hase hits, wil
hoit, Mitze. Sacrifice hits. Shinn, Bavless.
Struck out. by Dent 2, bv Fttterv S. Base
on balls, off Dent 4.-off Fittery '3. Double
plays. Risberg to Berger to Glelehmann;
Rlsherg to Glelehmann. stolen base, Shinn.
Time, 1:33. 1'mplres. Guthrie and Held.
SEALS WIN THOUGH OUTPLAYED
Oakland Hits Hard, but Kails to
Connect With Men on Bases.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 7. Although
outhit and outlielded. San Francisco
defeated Oakland here today. 3 to 2,
through Inability of the Oaks to hit
safely at vital times. Pitcher Baum
filled the bases with one out in the
eighth session by purposely passing
Gardner. Neither Elliott nor Lltschl
was able to drive in the rurt needed to
Oakland I San Francisco
Reert.s 7, o 0 5 2 Fltx'erald.r 2 O O 10
Mldd'ton.l 5 11 o ri Schaller 1 .. 1 O 3 OO
John'on.m 5 3 OOHellm'nn.l 4 110 Ol
Nfcss.l 4 2 0 0 0 Downa.2... 4 0 4 4 1
Gardner.r. 3 O 2 OOBodie.m.. 4 1 2 0 O
Elliott.c.. 4 3 6 2 O Jones. 3 4 2 2 23
Litschl.3.. 3 11 2 l Schmldt.c. 4 1 5 lo
Manda.2.. 4 2 3 2 OlCorban.s. . 4 1131
Prough.p. 2 0 o 10 Baum. p.. 3 0 0 20
Mundorff 1 u 0 OOi
Remneas.p O 0 O O 111
"McAvoy 0 0 O 0 01
Totals. 3 9 24 12 2 Totals.. '30 27 13
Mundorff batted for I'rouin In seventh.
McAvoy batted for Remneas In ninth.
Oakland o 1 OO O 1 O O I
H" O 2 O 1 2 l) 2 1 1
fcan rancisco o o 2 0 1 O o o x 3
Hits f o 1 2 O 1 1 0 1 x 0
RUnS. ' NeSS Ktlirvtf KrhalljiF Prtrhan I
Baum. Three runs. 6 'hits off Prough. 22
at bat In 0 lnnlnrs. Sacrifice hi., l-ltx-
gerald. Lltschl. McAvoy. Bases on balls, off
riwuKu iiBum i, nemncuB struck out.
trough .-. Baum 5. Remneas 1. Stolen
base. Schmidt. Wild pitch. Prough. Run
responsible for, prough 1. leflt on bases,
Oakland lo. San Francisco 8. Charge de
feat to Prough. Time of game 1:3. Um-
i oman inn fnyle.
Xotes of Beaver-Angel Game.
MrMullen hurt bis ankle running bases
in tna tnird inning and Buemlller finished
at third for the Angela.
Give Bill Speas a few hours' practice and
he is an excellent inflelder. but the auddso
MOW PACIFIC COAST l-KAGCK
TEAMS FAKED THE lOl'R.
TEEXTH WEEK. JV"E
30 - JULY S.
G. W. L. R, H. E.
Portland 8 3 3 42 90 11
Oakland S 3 5 29 68 6
San Francisco.... 0 3 4 rjj 70 24
Venle o 4 5 3 7" 13
I. os Angeles 0 3 4 4.1 S4 12
Salt Lake S) 4 5 2S 73 II
Totals. 52 2l 25 220 470 70
change from the gardens to the Inner works
is too much for the popular captain. A
couple of years ago when Mill was pulled
In to third base he made tour boots In a
Maggert. first man up for the Angela, in
the initial Inning, singled through second.
Stumpf booted McMullen's grounder and
when he handled Wolters grounder, forcing
MrMullen at second, Speas threw wide to
first and Maggert scored. Evans then
"beaned" Koerner and hits by KUis and
Boles scored three more runs.
t'mpire Williams was guilty of a mental
mistake In the fourth Inning when he let
Bates go safe after swinging at a wild
pitch on a third strike. Stumpf was on first
base at the time and the rules say that when
the umpire calls a third strike on a batsman
with ttrst base occupied and before two are
out. the batsman is out automatically. When
Bates trotted down to first and the next
batsman appeared at the plate. Pop Dillon
rushed forth from his pit raging like a
thirsty pickle looking for a quart of vine
gar. Ed Finney Immediately put Nick wise
aud Bates retired to the bench.
Portland sank to fourth position as a re
sult of the sorry engsgement yesterday.
SEATTLE RALLIES AND WIN'S
Necessary Two Runs Arc Scored In
Ninth and Vancouver Loses.
SEATTLE. Wash., July 7. Overcom
ing a lead of two runs gained by Vic
toria in the third inning, when they
sent six men across. Seattle scored
once in the fifth and twice in the ninth
today, defeating the Canadian team.
7 to 6. Mails was sent in to relieve
Eastley after the disastrous third, and,
though unable to prevent two ad
ditional runs that inning, allowed no
more during the remainder of the
R. It. E. R. H. E.
Victoria... 6 13 lSeattle 7 10 2
Batteries Hanson and Haworth;
Eastley, Mails and Cadman.
Spokane 1. Vancouver 1. 1
SPOKANE.' Wash.. July 7. Spokane
defeated Vancouver today, 4 to 1.
Bunched hits in the third gave Spokane
three runs, but thereafter the Canuck
hurler held full ' command. Kelly
pitched great ball and at no stage of
the game did the visitors threaten. Mc
Quarry got three of the hits allowed
by Kelly. Neighbors was unable to
play on account of a sprained ankle.
and Wicker tried out a semi-pro, Zinke,
in right field. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E
Vancouver. 1 S lSpokane... 4 7 0
Batteries Colwell and Cheek; Kelly
Aberdeen 2, Tacoma I.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. July 7. Gilt
edge support and perfect pitching in
tight places enabled Meikle to hold
Tacoma to one score today, while two
errors were responsible for both Aber
deen's runs. The game gives Meikle
27 innings in which only one run has
been scored against htm. Score:
R. H. E. R. II. E.
Tacoma... 1 10 ZlAberdeen.. 2 7 0
Batteries Kaufman and Stevens;
Meikle and Vance.
Catlilamet Wins lYom Clate.kanie.
CLATSKANIE. Or.. July 7. (Special.)
Clatskanie Eagles lost to Cathlamet,
3 to 6, in a clean game of ball July 4
and 5 with Jude Moreland In the box
and Poff behind the bat for the Eagles.
Anderson was in the box and Erickson
behind the bat for Cathlamet. Moreland
struck out 12 men and Anderson six.
Ansels Rclcar-c Bill Burns.
LOS ANGKLES. July 7. Bill Burns,
veteran left-hander, was released by
the Los Angeles Coast League club to
day, to make room for Oscar Horst
mann, a youngster recalled from the
former Rio Grande Association. -
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
Nat lona I I-eag ue.
W. L, Pet.'
4f '' .ES0 Pittsburg.
37 30 .6.12 Cincinnati.. 3" 3
2S 2S .Sri Boston 34 34
3 24 .14iXew York.. 2S 37
47 2 .44'Washlngfn 52 34
43 24 .S42 T'hlladelp'a 27 44
44 28 ,11 S'l. Louis... 2 43
36 4 .&00,C!eve:and.. 23 43
Boston . .. .
St. Louis.. 42 25 .S00 Newark
Kan. City.. 43 31 .5M Brooklyn. .
Chicago... 41 31 .SI Buffalo
E'ittsburg. . 3S 31 .Sal. Baltimore..
Indl'apolia 4.1 27 .?S!Kan. Cltv..
Ixiuisvllle.. .". 34 ..12$ Milwaukee.
30 43 .411
30 4." .400
27 4i .I'.i
37 3 .43
th 3 .491
St Paul... 37 33 .SI 4 Mln'anolis. - X .4.11
Cleveland. 3t 34 .SOOiColumbus.. 23 43 .34
Des Moines 39 26 .400 Denver 34 39 .40
Omaha.... 36 32 .59 Sioux City.. 2S 24 .4Z4
Lincoln 33 :tl .'.1 'St. Joseph.. 37 3S 413
Topeka 38 41 .481. Wichita 3S .4C
Spokane... 5" 29 .433 Victoria .. .. 37 41 .474
Tacoma 43 3 ,&S'Aberdeen... 3. 44 ,4f)3
Vancouver. 39 40 .487. Seattle 31 4i ijfct
American Association Columbus 8, Kan
sas city : St. Paul t. Louisville 1. .No
others played: wet grounds.
Western League Wichita S. St. Joseph 2;
Omaha 1, Denver 0; Topeka 3. Des Moines 1.
No oLhers; wet grounds.
Where the Teams Play Today.
Pacific Ccast League Los Angeles at
Portland; Oakland at Han Francisco; Ver
non vs. Salt Lake at Los Angeles.
How the Series Stand.
Pacific Coast League Los Angeles 1
game. Portland no game: Vernon I game,
salt Lake 1 game; San Francisco 1 game,
Oakland no game.
Beater Batting Averages.
AB. H. Ave.! - AB. H. Ave.
ii uoane. . . 21s .1.1 2.12
I'.I 32"' Lush . . . 47
7 .310 Krause..
s .1 1
Speas. . .
7 .310 Kvans. .
:i.lO Jos .3i0 Kshler. .
HI .27o Hlgg. . . .
Davis. . ,
27 f .'.'Vj'Covelesk.
3L' K7.264 Keefe.. .
133 33 .24io(Doty . . . .
j Baseball Statistics.
BRAVES LOSE, THEN
PLAY MING TIE
Superbas Win First Game, 4-0,
and Follow With Long
GIANTS AND PHILS DIVIDE
Tosreau Holds Quakers Hclples for
Xine Innings, but lxit.es, f to 0,
In Tenth Malty Beats Mayer.
Cub Drub Pirates.
BROOKLYN. July 7. After making It
four straight from Boston by winning
the first game of today's double
header by 4 to 3. the Brooklyn Nation
als fought out a lS-innlng rimless tie.
The first game was a battle between
Smith and Tyler. The Braves got a
three-run lead in the first Inning, but
after that they could do nothing with
Smith. Dauhert's home run to center,
two errors and a single tied the urort
In the fourth. The winning run was
scored by Cutshaw on a pass, two outs
and Getz' timely hit.
The second game was called at the
end of the 141th inning on account of
darkness, after Douglass had fought a
great duel with James and Davis. The
Braves got only one hit off Douglass In
the first nine innings and only four
First game: Brooklyn
Boston I BHOAK
B H O A E'Meyers.m.. 4 t 3 OO
Shannon. m 5 12 0 l'Omarn.s. .. 3 n , 7 1
Fllsp'r'lk.2 S 1 1 1 O' Daubert.l . 4 2 It to
Cather.r.. 3 0 2 OO wheat. I... 4 1 4 O li
Magee.l.. 4 1 .1 0 Culslisw.2. 2 t On
Kgsn.l... 4 2 7 O o Zim'rman.r 4 1 2 oo
J. Smith. 3 2 0 1 3 l';ets.3. . . . 4 1 2 10
Mar'nVle.s 4 0 3 4 O McCarty.e, .to 4 OO
Whallng.c 3 0 2 ins. Smith. p. 3 0 12 1
1 yirr.p. ...fits ii,
'lowly... 0 O O n O'
Ollbert. 0.0 0 00,
Totals. 33 8 24 13 2' Totals.. 31 7 27 11 2
Ratted for Tyler In ninth.
Ran for Gowdy In ninth.
Roston n o AO A o O o n l
Brooklyn 4 0 O 0 3 0 1 o O 1
Runs. Shannon. Fltspatrlck. calher. Dsu
hert. Wheat. Cutshaw 1. Two-base hlis.
Fltspatrlck. Meyers. Home run. Dsubert.
Rase on balls, off Tyler 1. off S. Smith. 2.
Struck out. by Tyler 3. S. Smith 3. Hit
bv pitcher, by S. Smith twhaltngl. Wild
pitch. P. Smith. Umpires. Rlgler and Hart.
Boston 1 Brooklyn
Ollbertr. . 7 10 o 0 Mvcrs.m.. . 7 2 2 00
Evers.2... ." 0 4 3 1 O Mars s . 2 4 4 1
Fltip't'k.2 IOI 2 O Daubert.l . a 221 O0
Connolly. 1 nor, O0 Wheal. I... 7 I 3 OO
Magee.m.. H 1 2 O 0'Cutshaw.2. 0 1 .". 2 2
F.rnn.l... ri 2". A 0 Stengel, r. . M O 3 O A
Smlth.3... .1 0 2 3 0Oetx.3 SI I .. 0
M'nvllle.s 3 0 3 11 1 Mlller.c. . . o 2 9 2 0
Whallng.c 3 10 3 llDouglas.p. 0 0 0 50
James. p. . 1 o o 1 u;
Morsn. . . 1 O 0 A o
Davls.p. .. 4 1 i 3 Oj
Tots Is. ..VJ 4 42H3! Totals.. ..13 1 I 4H IS 3
Batted f or James In slxt h.
Boston ...0000AAAOO0AAOO O A
Brooklyn .oaoo 0 000000 000 n O
Runs, none. Two-base bit. Daubert. Three
bas hit. Whaling. Stolen tnses. Connolly.
(rMara. D"ut.e plats. Miller to Cutshaw:
DaviA to Maranvllln to Egan: Smith to
Evers to Kssn: Gets to Daubert. Rase on
bails, off Dsvls 1. off Douglas 3. Struck out
by James 1. l.y Davis 4. by Douglas s. Hit
by pitcher, by Davis i;ets). Wild pitches.
James 1, Douglas 1. lilts, off Jsmes 2 In
3 Innines: off Dsvls n In- 11 Innings. Um
pires. Rlgler and Hart.
New York 3-0. Philadelphia 4-1.
PHILADELPHIA. July 7. The New
York and Philadelphia Nationals divid
ed a double-header today, the Giants
taking the opener ,r to 4 and the home
team the second, which went ten In
nings. 1 to 0. In the nrst contest both
Mathewson and M.yer were lilt hard,
but double plays saved the former. It
wag Suffrage day. Niehoff received $10
for making a home run.
In the closing event Tesreau pitched
to only 27 batsmen In nine innings.
Only two men got on bases and these
were victims of double plays. Scores:
New York Philadelphia
11 II t A E H II A L.
Burtis.l... .1 I 3i Ryrne 3. . . 3 I 2 r. o
Rohert'n.r 3 2 I 1 ' larcri,ft.s 4 I 1 t V
Doyle 2... 3 2 3 3 11 w hltted.r.i :. A 2 in
Eletcher.s. 4 11 3 1 t 'ra at h. r. 3 12 AO
Merkle.l.. 4 2 12 2 H.-cker.l . . 4 lit
I.obert.3.. 4 2 1 4 O s lehc.f f.2 . . 4 2 3 HI
Snoilg's.m 3 A 2 A l.u.l. ru.l . 4 211
Meyers.c.. 4 2 4 2 tl Kllllfer e. . 4 1 -' lo
Matbe'n.p 4 0 0 1 0 Ylser.p. .. 3 3 3 3 1
'askert.. 1 1 i A o
iDugey.. o O V Oo
Tola's. 312 2 IAS' Totals.. 37 12 27 HI 3
Ratted for Msver In ninth.
Kan for Pakert In ninth.
New York A A .1 A A 1 n I A o
I'hilsdi'lphia 0 2 o 1 loo o 4
Runs. Hums. Doyle. Loberl 2. Meyers.
Hyrne. Cravath. Niehoff. I.uderue. T l-aes
hits. Robertson. Iioyle. Niehoff. Home run.
Niehoff. Stolen liases. To le. I.obert. Double
lilaxs. Robertson to leers. Kletcher to
Doile to Merkle. liases on balls, off Matn
emson 2. Struck out. by Mathesrson 2, LjT
Mnyer 3. I'mpircs. Kason and Hyron.
New Yoak I Philadelphia
11 H 41 A K II H O A V.
1.Biirri.l. 4 1 O A Rvrne.S . .. 4 1 111
Rohert'n.r A 4 o 11 Bancroft. s 4 O 4 3 t
rovle.2... 4 2A 4 u Whined. m 413 AO
Klctrher.s 4 ! 2 4 li'rivtih.r. 3 1 2 A
Merkle.l.. 3 1 13 In Meeker I.. .1 A A
l.obert.3.. 4 A O 1 Nlehoff.2.. .1 i 3 00
Snodr's.m 4 3 1 A A l.urterus.l . 3 111
Mevers.c. 2 A I' E. Burns.e . :i A 1 4 A
Tesreau. p. 4 0 1 S 0 Demaree.p 3 A 1 20
Totals. 33 7 27 13 A' Totals.. :u 4 3 1 4 0
New YorV . . . A A A A 1 A A f A A A
Philadelphia 0 A O A A 0 0 0 1 1
Run. Byrne. Two-base hits. Doyle 2.
Snodgrass. Whitted. poul.le plajs. Fletcher
to. Merkle to Dovle. Fletcher to Merkle.
Hnm-n on balls, off Tesreau 1. Demare 3.
Struck out. by Tesreau 6, Demares 1. Um
pires. Byron and Eason.
Chicago 7, Plll-burjc 4.
PITTSBURG. July 7. Heavy hitting
by Zimmerman and Fisher helped the
Chicago Nationals defeat Pittsburg 7
to 4 here today. Adams was knocked
out of the box In the third inning, after
yielding six hits and five runs. Cooper
relieved him and he in turn gave way
to Conselman. Lavender kept the Pi
rates' hits scattered except in the ninth,
when a pass, two hits and h steal
scored two runs. Score:
Chicago I Pittsburg
B H O A El R H C. AE
lood.r.... 4 14 A 7erey.. . .. .1 a 2 A A
Fisher.s.. .1 3 2 2 "'ollttis.m .. 3 2 2 A a
4chulte,l.. .. 1 I A O lt.ilrd.3 .. 2 3 A 1
Z'm'm'n.2 4 3 4 2 n Hi'chm'n.r 3 3 1 OA
Saler.l... 3 1 :l'l.C 4 2 2 4 a
W'lms.m. 4 a :t n lohnstnn . . 3 1 II on
PhelHii.3.. 3 A A : A illiaon.c . .. 1 1 X .1
.rcher.c. X A 4 A 1 1 -4c hang.c. . 1 A 1 a A
L'Vndcr.p 4 11 2 filAdnms.p. . 1 A o 1 a
tL'ooer.p. . 1 A 11 l 11
jfoetello . . 1 A A A A
'""'iiir'lm'n.p 0 A A 1 A
. jMurphy". A o o 00
Totals. 3.-. 1A 27 11 11 Totals.. .".7 II 27 12 T
Hatted for Cooper In seventh.
Batted for Conselman in iilnth.
Chicago 3 A 2 A A A I 1 n 7
Pittsburg 1 1 A A A A o O 24
Runs. Good. Fisher, ftchulte. Zimmerman
S.-!er. Rnird 2. Ylox. Murphy; two-luts tilt.
Fisher; three-base lilc. Zimmerman. Sacri
fice hits. Good. Gibson. Sacrifice fly. Sner.
Stolen bases. Sater 2. Archer. Ithlrd '-'.
Hluchman. First base on error. Chicago 1.
First base on balls, off lavender 3. Adams
1. Conselman 2. Hits off Adams 0 In 2 1-3
innings. Cooper 2 In 4 2-3. Conselman 2 In
2 Hit by pitcher, bv cooper 1 Y.lm merman .
Struck out by Lavender 4. Adams 1. Cooper
2. Conselman 1. Passed balls. Archer. Gib
son. Umpires, Klem and Emslie.
MARSHALL WINS FOR BllTEDS
Brooklyn Defeated. .1 to 2, In Wrll-
Plaed Pitching Battle.
RROOKLYN. July 7. Cy Marshall
today started his first winning game of
the season for the Buffalo Feds, the
visitors defeating Brooklyn I to 2. Be
dlent succeeded Marshall in the eighth
after he had yielded two singles and a
R. H. E.I R. H. K-
BulTalo X 7 OjBrooklyn ...2 4 2
Batteries Marshall. Bedlent and
Blair; Walker and Griggs.
Newark 5, Baltimore 3.
BALTIMORE. July 7. Newark mad
It two straight from the Baltimore
Keds today, & to 3. Laporte's homer In
the first Inning with two oo was a fea
ture. Baltimore dropped Into last
R. II. E R. It. E.
Newark ; Baltimore ..1 8 1
Batteries Brandon and Rarlden;
Bailey and Owens.
CHARITY GATE RECEIPTS t.ROW
Tickets for Benefit Game In Coast
Leajruc Are Selling- East.
Treasurer R. S. Howard, of the Asso
ciated Charities, has received several
checks, with requests for boxes or
blocks of seata for the charity ball
game to be played Sr.turday at Recrea
tion rark. Several clubs have taken
up the matter of disposing of seats
for the organisation and from present
Indications a large crowd will be in
The game will be a regular sched
uled one of the Coaat I-eague. but the
Mct.rediea have agreed to turn the pro
ceeds over to the Associated Charities
to assist In aiding the city's needy
Some of those who have purchased
boxes or blocks of seats are E. C. Shev
lln. Holt C. Wilson, Rodney Glisan,
Julius Meier. F. C. Seufert. W. K.
Smith. Oscar Huber. K. W. Cooklng
hnm, J. Wesley Ladd. Frank E..Wm-
klns. C. Holt. Jphn Crouan. ? B.
Parker. W. 1. McWalers. M. I. Kline.
Klllott Cornett, J. C. Alnsworth. A. L.
Mills. 1. N. Klelschner. . F. Adams.
M. L. Holhrook. N. t . Nelson. O. M.
Plummor. Plowden Stolt. Ir. Henry
Waldo Coe. Andrew Porter. W. W. Cot
ton. Ia Salle Ranch, S. Shemanski. II.
I'. Kendall. J. II. Ivingllle. Frank
Spencer, Dr. R. C. Coffey, William T.
Panle. Ray Barkhurst and M, J.
DEAD RACER IS EULOGI7.KD
I'orreft Smithson Recalls Contest
With Billy CarlMn.
"The automobile racing game cer
tainly lost a prince of good fellows in
the death of Billy Carlson at Tacoma."
said Forrest C. Smlthson. a great friend
of Carlson's. Smlthson started racing
at Los Angeles about the same time
as Carlson and they were together a
great deal of the time.
Smlthson wan in a Fiat, while Carl
son was master of the Maxwell ma
chine. They raced against each other
throughout Southern California and at
the Tacoma speedway last year dur
ing the Fourth of July celebration and
races. Smlthson at present Is in Tort
land, but Is dickering with the Uni
versity of Idaho fr the athletic coach
ing position. He holds the world's
record for the 110-meter high hurdle
race, made at Iondon in 19og.
What the Box Scores Show
About Players You Know.
DAVK BANCROFT. ex-B-avcr. hit
aafely once in four trips In tho
llrst game of the Phllly-Glant double
header. He acceptel four' llehllng
.'hitnces. In the second game he failed
to hit and ate up nine chances at short.
Bert Whaling.' ex-Seattle, w as beaned
once but failed to hit. In the first Boston-Brooklyn
contest, but connected for
a three-badger In the IS-lnning score
less game, when he also made an
Seattle Bill James held Brooklyn
scoreless and to two hits In the first
six Innings of the IS-lnning runleas
battle with the Braves. He fanned one
and made a wild pitch.
Perklnpaugh, ex-Beaver, had a big
day with the Yanks In their double
header. He hit three times in six times
up. srortil three runs and accepted 13
4 4,' I 1 1 B best rsma of baseball placed on
I tne lturrat-ks grounds this ar." mmm
the verdict of sll ho witnessed the
1 to V defeat of the Tuenl-?lrst InUniri
t.v the I'olumMa I'srk reire -it t ii s at
Vancouver, ssii., Montis. T-in. Colum
bia Park's stellar Utile second Imh-hish. ac
cepted 14 chanc-s without a I nbt.le. inning
him much upplause from the l-lg crowd
Sergeant l.eonberger. for the losmrs. robbed
Ted Murphy from a sure home run wlien
he Jumped hlKh find dry and speared one
out of the air. Koonia and hrH work-d
for the port landers, opposed by French and
Harrv -TH. Grayson, secretary of the port
lard City league, umpired In the McMlttn
1lle. Or.. for the Yelohans during the
Fourth of July celebration the flist of tills
week, liarr. Is becoming oulte an offl, tal
and be is giving more time to the game
thsn ever before.
The Reaerton basebsil lesm won Iwo
out of three games from Tillamook, at Tilla
mook, or.. Julv 2. 3 and 4. In ihe Sumta)
contest Howell. for Ihe P.eaverton l-oa.
struck out Armbuster. former pacific Coast
league. thre tlnws when hits meant runs.
The treatm'nt received by Ihe laltois was
such that they want to go back atfaln. prob.
ably next, mcnth.
The Oswego Firemen are credit"-! with the
first out-of-town victory a a result of ibeir
l-to-4 game over the TrIVe of Hen II ur
hasebsll tlsers. Julv 4. With two out and
iMii on in the last half of fht ninth In nine.
ThlrfVt.aseman McKe.in. of the Firemen,
slnrled. bringing In the winning score.
Austin and An.lersoe opposed Sweetland.
Grafler and Compton for the Iribe.
"Hed"' Rupert, popular manager and
firesiil nt of the West Side Munarrha of
the Portland City League, left )eicrday
morning for a two weeks sojourn at New
port, nr. While he Is awsv the lagurs
will be In chsrge of Captain Murray. The
West Sldcrs are scheduled lo play the. Se l
wood Dingbats at Sellwood Park ncsl Sun
day. The Columbia Park toshers are loud In
Ihetr pratse of the treatment accorded them
iiy the boys of Ihe Vsncotiver Bsrra, ks and
especially so to Sergeants lonberger.
Martini and the entire muster of Company
M. who went n-tt of their way to entertain
end fesst the Port la nders rttMllv Istit M 'in -iliv.
The umnlrlPt of Sergeant Shaw de
serves more than favorable mention, accord
ing t the loc.nls. ss his work w ss far above
cioestlon. maklntr Iht game free from souab-
Mea or uny kind.
I .en Cregg. former malnvtav In the Imjs for
the Golden Rode, who went to Fatcrn Ore.
con for m vaciitlon and to work In Ihe har
vest fleli'a. had a --rent ileil to do with the
fl-li-l defest of Prlnevllle bv the Bend
bunch. I.es plaed In the Rend outfield and
tiv a sensational earch and perfect .ee to
the plate he saved bis tesmmstes from being
cored on Just at the time his pitcher was
weakening. les win remain awsv 1 min
I'ortlnnd for more thsn a month, according
lo his present plsns,
r-sptaln Hill defeated the St. Clair bsl!
team S to 1 Mondav afternoon In a gs-ne
featured bv heavy and timely hitting on the
part of the winners,
Abe Plplck. of the Portland NewsHos. Is
celling to be one of the best third haeemen
in local smateur circles. While not the
heavleM bitter In the world, he Is a danger
ous msn It a pinch and as a fielder none of
the youngsters In Portland hs-e am thine
on lilm. Abe can plar inv tiositlon on Ihe
diamond, but be much prefers the torrid
Msnager Lewis, of the sel'wood Dlnests
of the cltv Te'Ssue. Is not gluing anv of his
r.lsyers much chance for a rest these das.
The Dlncbnts are tied for first j.'s-e n the
leavuo slsndlnss now that the second hslf
of the int.1 season has lust been stsrfed At
the conclusion of the first division Vsnscer
Lewis wss perched on the bottom rung.
Nothing like thlt for him this time. he
mil. even If he has to relesaf his whole
present team and get new plaers lo fill
Al Rloom. the Portland semi-pro. w..o
hsd a trvout with Ihe Alerdeen lepm of the
Northweatern leae-tie. Is In Ssn Francisco
witnessing the Fslr Al went up against a
prettr stiff nronoHtlon In Irving lo land
wlththe Plak Cats thl-t Spring. He hasn't
given up bo-.es as yet. for he fullr Inten-'s
to nlsv baseball with some lesgue lesm
-igaln rest year.
An English Inventor's seropTnns nn be
converted Into a ten! whenever Its pilot
hay happen to stop bv !ha addition of
curtains between its planes.
RED SOX TAKE TWO!
Boston Within Fraction of
Game of First Place.
YANKEES WIN; THEN LOSE
New Vorks Take Opener Prom Phil
adelphia, but 1-or.e Next When
Athletics Bat Shaukey, "or
nier Teammate, Hard.
POSTON. July 7. Only a fraction of
a same separates Boston from Chicago
In the race for leadership In the Amer
ican League, aa a result of the Red Sox'
double win over Washington today.
Boston scored six straight victories in
the series. The first game was decided
early In Boston's fa.vor. ss the local
batsmen hit Gallia bard. Tl:e hnal
score was 9 to i. The second game
ended 1 to 0. Barry's double and sin
gles by Ieronard and Hooper were re
sponsible for the victory. Scores:
Washington 1 Hoston
B II O A r. Hooper. r. 4 I SAO
Moeller.r. ill AAHenrlk'n
V A I A A
Foster.!.. ." I Z 2 A .Ian. rtii.s
4 3 ao
Shanks I.. 4 14 11 n Siikrfm .". 3 3 Q u
Mlian. m.. 3 13 I Hol.lin 1.1 4 17 1
Gandll.l.. 4 17 AO Lew is. I ... . 4 5 A A a
i'onn'iy.3. all A 1 ;srdner.a. 4 A ; I v
Her.ry.r.. i 2 A 1 A Harry. I... 4 1-
Wtllla's.c 111 1 A Cidv.e. . . . 2 '3 1
McKrlde.s 4 14 ll'Wood.p... 3 i V IV
t.M.llB.P.. 1 A V
Aers. p... 2 A 1 A At
Johnson. 1 Q O 0 ,
Totals. S.1 lo ?4 Tl Totals.. 33 14 27 1O0
riatied for Aer In ninth.
Washington A I A A 2 A A 1 A 4
Boston X 0 0 1 A o o a
Runs. Milan. Connolly. Ilenrv. Mcllrlde.
Janvrln. Speaker. 2. Iloblltxeil. Harry, ca.ly
2. Wood. Two-base bits, speaker. Henry.
McBrlde. Gandll. Three-hasa hits. oo-l
Hooper. Foster, fttolen bsses. Hot.lltsell J
Speaker. Bsses on balls, off ,Area 2. off
Wood 2. Mm orr Gallia. II In 2 1-3 Inning;
off Avers. 3 in f. 1-3 Inning. Hit bv pitcher.
by Aers ijsnvrlni. Struck out. by Avers
1. by wood 3. empires. Nalim and uineen.
Washington I Boston -
BH OAF BHOAE
Moeller r. 4 1 4 Hooper. e.. 4 1 4 A A
Foster-.. 4 A o 1 n.lar.xrtns. J 4 1 1
Shanks I.. ISO 1 a. Speaker.;. 1 A 4 AO
Milan. m.. 3 11 on n ! 1 1 iei. l 41a os
Gsndi: 1.. t7 en Lewis.:... I a i i
Con'nlB.J 3 A I r 1 Gardner.p. Z 1 1 It
Willismst e A Harry.;... t 2 1 1
Henrv.c... I 4 4 SAThomss.c. 3 0 3 10
M.-Hrlde.a A 2 1 iUonird.p. 2 2 0 4 0
Engle.p. .. 1 A A 4 s
Johnson. 1 1 0 A A'
Acos:a". 0 0 A 0 o
Shaw. p.. . 0 0 0 A 0
Totals. 24 a 24 12 l' Totsls. 27 7 27 1
Hailed for Engle In ninth: ran for
Johnson In eighth: tbatted for Connolly In
Washington 0 0 A A 0 A A A 0 A
Boston O A I A A O 0 1
Run. Bsrry. Two-hsse hits. Bsrry. John
son, pouhle plate Engle to Henry to Gan
dll!: Lewis to Jinvrln. Base on bails, off
F.ngio 3. I-eonsrl 1. Hits, off Engle 7 In
seven Innlncs. Shsw none In one inning Hit
by pitcher. Gandll iJavrln. Leonard 1W1II
larns. struck out. by Engle I. l.eonard 1.
pa.eed ball. Henry. Fmpltvs. nineen and
Philadelphia 5-. Xew York IS-5.
NKV YORK. July 7. Philadelphia
niadu it four aameg out of five from the
New York. Americana In their series by
divldlnn a double header today. New
York took the first Katre. 13 to ; Phil
adelphia the second. S to b.
In the first name Crowell and Davla
walked 14 mn and were found for II
tills. In the second contest phawkey.
recently sold by the Athletics to New
York, pitched his llrst game In a Yan
kee uniform and was hit hard by Ma
former te.itn-mates. 1'hllarteiphia won
In the ninth by scoring: a run on pass
lo Walsh. Frhana' double and Mclnnls'
Infield single. Scores:
Phllsdelphls I New Tork
li H O A El It 14 f AE
i 1 1 u ii k . m .
V'nlNh.l . ..
chat!tf 3 .
tut lote.J . .
Uil'P.r . . ..
Mc A voy.c.
T, 2 A a o'"vok r . 2
4 2 I " " ""k up gh s .12 2
4 14 1 'illawU.., 3 4 2
f, A u .1oolpp. IIP
4 2 r. o itigh.m . . . 2 a 4
2 I A
P A A
4 A A
3 1 A
A 3 O
4 A 7 o ilartsell.l.. 2 :
2 A 2 1 ii'IIimid.-... A 1
2 1 2 1 A -twcetiev.c. 2
2 I 3 1 ti Caldwell. p 3
I 1 A A ii
A A A a;
1 A 1 A
1 1 A A A,
row ell.p .
tlnvlce . ..
Totals, ltd II 2 4 11 A' Totals . 24 U
Kitted for Ceowell 111 third.
United for lals In ninth.
Philadelphia A S A A A A A A 2
New York .1 1 ; " I l j - u
Huns. Murnbv. Mclnnls. Kept. CTowell.
Matone. Ck. Fecklnpauglt. Malset a. P:pp
Murphy. loone. oos. Slrunk. Thrwe-he.ee
bit. Wsl.- .. Stolen lis-. I'lpp 2, 'idw.-ll.
Murphv 2. Msleli 2. Keee on b.vll off
Cnblwrll 11. rowell l.sxls . lilts off
Crowell a In :l Innings. I'sMs 6 tn . Hit
by pitcher, bv Ciildweil IKori. struck out
bv Caldwell .1. Clowcll I. Davis 1. Wild
pitches. Caldwell 1. lala I. Vmptres.
rvliugnltn and Hlldebrand.
Philadelphia : New York
n it fi a vy 11 it o a e
s trunk, m
l.app.c . . .
Kif.s. . .
4 2a ah cook. r... 3 1 A OA
4 2 4 A A I'erkin h.a .1
A 3 A o Yt slsel..l . .
0 I 3 a
2 11 to
1 2 AO
A 2 A A
A 1 I'ipp.l
3 o I ieh.m . .
2 il set tell.! .
A u to Moor e. 2 . .
1 A AN uns er. 1.
2 r key.p
Totals. 3: 12 27 0 1' Totals 31 3 27 12o
Halted for Nunsmaker In ninth.
Hailed for bhawkey In ninth.
Philadelphia 2 1 a - A n n 1 a
New York AO 2 tl 2 A I 4) ft
Ituns. Murphy 2. rMrunk 2. Walsh. Hehang.
Pm k J. I'c-kii.paush. I'lpp. Two-baa. birs.
l-i-hini 2. High. Three. lis.. bits. I'lpp.
Murpl.. Fton bases. Msisel. Lajoie. Mc
Inn:s. Cook, liocne. IWiuble pls I'eckin
psugh I'ipp llsses on bslis, off chaw,
key 4; W'lcknff 4. Struik out. by tMckff
: 8hawkv 4. Wild pitch. Wlekeff. t'm
plres. Hlldebrand and fi'lxiughlln.
From presenl Indications there will not l-a
much doing In the llellc lm locally this
Summer. Charley Jo.l has tired of putting
on good ranis to empty seats and declares
he Is through until ins Fsll.
I'nless someone ran Interest enough tn
riuentisl Astorlsns to start an athletic club
In thai city, busing will go by Ihe board
there The city fll isls will no longer
allow an Indiiic.ual to stsse a show-. In iht
future all bouls put on In Ihst town must
le u:lder Ihe au;Hcea of soma responsible
club or orranlzation.
It Is .lng nol.ed about In boglng circles
that n Imilnc tournament pisv be staged
during August st Tll.smook. No one seems
to know who will put on the bouls. bowevwr.
Talk wss that Just Intended using Frank
rseslow- and Hud Anderson, lo lcn th.
game In the lllsge bv the sea. but J.-.t
Hfi. l-e en.-r.-'v n"tl--"I t-i.t fie TLovrM
..l . It
"51 to tht
ti.l. instill! u
Summer s "Rule Three'
Batting 2. Sports.
J 1) eg u late your
lr davs and wavs
JL NJ simple
and you'll feel "si??iply great".
We put B.V.D. Iast but lots of men nut
itfirsi. Put it on, and you'll know why.
Firmly insist upon seeing the 13. V. D.
Red V oven 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 sewed
Tils RfJ J'cim Libtl
V D. Class- Ct.tca
l is. Wss lr v. v a.
4-10-07 -lt-4) fi.oo
a4 aswsnt ta son.
eEST BttTAJL TRADE
(few Mt JU. L i. M. Cy. w smp Csm.1
TAe B.V. D. Company t New Tori.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.
B. V. D. UNDERWEAR
It wouTil r- m ooj muni anI h r.cr
t.lrn the manor a sr-nD. thoucht.
Kvifitiv he tioxlnr bout tht r
hfM at Vancouver riHctiilr hy ih E:v4Pritrt-a-n
lub did n.t j. No morf ar brine MiM,
It is notl rd In ord-r l Vtrp t hin th
. h It-h irohlttts vir-n miiriir 4r-4iiii4riei.
he promoter ora;ani -d a tint and
nifmb.Thip ti kt. Th ii.-k-t -ntit d
th rT.tntra v th bout. anl n- turk-
fur the boklns bout re plaird on pal.
t'nlea Jimmy Hoar can nolhir Kout
rtih Ahlo Oorrlitn In Portland r omf
ma 11r 1 4 n nrtr tir he v. Ill rei urn to
Walla Walla. How- nrir'naKy m aa hroujtht
here for one hnui . Ith ';4r(lin. tui re?ui.e1
t. leax until he l.ad .4-fealed Mm. ! ta i
anxious to acore a votrv oer the hit!
lie - ale tefire he laes for th North. i
Now that ordon h.a nut .rn.n the t0- I
pouiiil rlasa and la ftahtln al pun.1.
tha nl 4oKical contender for It--frund
r hamponhir formerly held i- C-r
in la. little Aiem TmmMtii.
J-f Kln- la looVInc tin suitable 1ta
t'oti for the Imperial t'Uih. ahir-H he tat
a Ml hlon-otn nut a a futi-f leisrd at h let l
or can. .tat Ion In t Fall.
KANSAS BARS DRINKERS
I'm of I.lquor Made Cmic fur Ilw
missal of Stale Kmpluirt.
TOI'KKA. Kan.. July - A man who
take a drink cannot work for the ctal.
of K.ltisfca Trial's the new urder of
( THE, COPPER HAS REASONS FQet QUICK ACTION?"
r WHAT IS IT
A CROOK: J
JUST because you want tobacco satis
faction is no reason why you need to
put a big wad in your cheek and then
nave to grind on it.
A small chew of the Real Tobacco
Chew will satisfy you. The glad news
spreads from friend to friend.
A little chew of rurc rich, mellow tobacco seasoned
and sweetened just enough cuts out so much of tho
grinding and spitting.
Tr-E REaL TOBACCO
W-B CUT IS LONG
The taste of pure, rich toKsceo does not need to be covered up. Aa
excess of licorice and sweetening makes you spit too much.
One small chew takes the r'ace f -w
chews of the o'd kird.
(Notice; bow tbe salt brtnni
out Oc rlcli tobacco taste.)
VmiAN.ERUTON CO'.IPANT, 53 Union Snare. New YorV Ctf
jBUY FROM CEALER ORSENO U3t3TAMPST0 Usj
a', n Coal C. Vsser.
irr sn4 ksee let(-S
lwrv Vic asi ws.:4
Wants the umpires fired
We are satisfied with our
umpire (The Public), who
have liberally indorsed our
unexcelled mad e-to-your-or-der
clothes. Let us show you.
Huffman &. Grant
S. Y. Corner Alder and B road w ay
llilncn in Ui itjt that haw hal t-rohi-bltlon
for Z " yrarn. Governor Capiat
laid down the rule In a lotter to th
new lvll ervt-e rommlnMon. w ht'h
w r t to oik a day or two a bo.
Th tJovi rnor km id K.inpait hhouM
have a,pliM the rropoid ruic mnnv
Jfuri aso. Thrr r 30-m ni-n and
women rn the roll of the j-tatc. T.i
uie of liquor will he au fTlrlrnt ratine
for c.t.-inijia1 front the jiublic aervire.
Th- time tmrfraty f.r the pruduc-t
of Nitln aeni't va a rmn has been re1u-l
from rne -ir 10 n w-ecav. h?oieh ih
ciriti-nUsi marie on the ttr h f Her Institu
WHAT IS IT
CHEW IS HOW CUT TVrO WAYStt
SH0. RIGHT-CUT IS SHORT SMREOi
Tcte Iesa than one-quarter Ihe old tizc chew. I;
will be raore aaticfyic thso mouthful of ordinary
tobacco. Just take a nibble of it until you fiud the
trenth chew thct suit you, thea se-e how caiily and
evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it ati6es,
how much less you have to spit, how few chews yo j
t We to be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is Ti
Real Tihoet Ckrtc. That's whv it cosis less in the end.