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JACK NESS BREAKS
WORLD BAT RECORD
Oakland First Baseman Makes
Safe Hit for 41st Con
JY COBB'S MARK IS BEATEN
Xeadins Swatsinith of Coast league
Makes 'Texas Ieaguer In Fourth,
Then Caps Climax by Winning
AVlth'Home Run in Tenth.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 13. Jack
Kess, Oakland's first baseman, set a
new world's record today in the same
with Salt Lake by hitting safely in his
41st consecutive "fAme.
Ty Cobb held the title with a record
of safe hits in 40 games running.
Ness knocked a "Texas leaguer" in
the fourth inning, made first, but went
out on his way to second. Then, to
make his title clear, he smashed out a
Jiome run in the tenth inning, winning
the game. Ness captured a similar
title for the Pacific Coast League when
he hit safely in his 29th consecutive
He also leads the Coast players, with
a. batting average of .387, made in 97
games, 365 times at bat. during which
he made 62 runs. 141 base hits, four
three-baggers, ten home runs and stole
Ness was born, raised, educated and
learned to play baseball in Chicago. He
entered the professional ranks with
the Madison, Wis., team in 1909. De
troit scouts saw him and he was draft
ed, but the rough edges on his minor
league playing caused him to be
farmed out to Williamsport, in the Tri
State League. He stayed there until
the Fall of 1910, when Detroit recalled
Ness played with Detroit until June.
1911, when Hugh Jennings sent him to
Is'ew Bedford in the New England
League fr finishing touches, which he
epent two seasons in acquiring.
Oakland drafted Ness at the close of
the 1912 season and he reported two
years ago. Following is the record of
Ness' world's record batting:
Date. Ab. H. Date. Ab. H.
May 31, A.M... 4 l!June 19 4 2
May 31, P. M... 4 4,June 20, A. M... 3 1
June 1. no game. June 20, P. M.. . 4 2
June 2 4 lJune 21, no game.
June 3 3 1 June 22 4 3
June 4 3 2 June 2o 4 3
June 5. ........ 4 1 June 24........ .1 2
June fi. A. M... 3 June 3 1
June 6 P. M... 1 Untie 2rt. 4 1
June 7. no came. June 27........ r 3
June 8 4 2, Juno 20 4 1
June ! 5 8 July 3 4 1
June 10 4 2 July 4 3 2
June 11 4 lJuly 5. A. M.... 5 1
June 12 3 2 July 6. P. M 3 2
June 13, A. M 4 2 July 7 2
June 13. P. M... 4 l.July 8 i 2
June 14. no game. IJuly ! - 4 2
June 15 4 3 July in 6 1
June 1 4 l.July 11. A. M.. ft 1
June 17. first.. 2 l;July 11, P. M. . 4 1
June 17, second 4 li
June 18 4 21 Totals 157 71
Average - -4M
FIXAIi PLAYERS DETERMIXET)
3Iiss Itjclcr to Meet Miss DuBruille
for Ladd Club Woman's Title.
Miss Mabel Ryder and Miss Emma
DuBruille will play it out for the
championships among the women in
the Ladd Tennis Club's first annual
tournament, which is nearing a close,
ks a result of Monday's play. The
feature matches played Monday
found Miss Olive Kincaid defeating
Miss Alice Tucker, but only after 32
games had been completed.
Miss Kincaid won the first set. 6-1.
hut her young opponent came back and
took the second, 7-9.- The third and
deciding set went to Miss Kincaid, 6-3.
Miss Mabel Ryder then took on Miss
Kincaid. but the previous strain was
bo much that Miss Ryder won two
straight love sets. The final in the
women's doubles will be settled be
tween Miss Harriette Johnson and Miss
Gladys Harrison against Miss Mabel
Ryder and Miss Emma DuBruille.
Only two matches were played yes
terday, due to the heavy rains. The
clay courts were all rlsht until noon
atid then all hostilities had to be post
poned. Miss Mabel Ryder and Catlin
"Wolfard defeated Miss Bessie Povey
and Mortimer Brown 6-0. 6-1 in the
morning, while later in the day Miss
Ryder and Wolfard defeated Miss Olive
Kincaid and Donald Lancefield 6-1, 6-3.
Because of their showing yesterday
Miss Ryder and Catlin Wolfard now are
working their way to the finals in the
mixed doubles and their chances of
winning the title of the Ladd Tennis
Club seem favorable. Following is
the schedule which will be used today
or as soon as the weather clears:
10:30 A. M. Ladies' consolation sin
fries. Miss Harriette Johnson vs. Miss
Gladys Harrison; R. Zanello vs. L.
1 1 A. M. Bessie Povey vs. E. Zanello.
11:30 A. M. M. Ryder and E. Du
Bruille vs. B. Povey and L. Brown.
5:30 p. M. Munson and Joy vs. Wal
lace and Breed: Pitts and Seufert vs.
Sheen and Harmon.
6 I M. V. Jones and P. Neer vs. M.
Brown and M. Davis; Howe and Sher
man vs. Leedom and Belcher.
6:30 P. M. C. Smith and A. Tucker
vs. Zanello and Sherman; McClintock
7 P. M. Torrens vs. Leedom: Pitts
Following are the results of Mon
Mis Olive Kincaid defeated Mis Alice
Tu'lter 6-1, 7-fi and 6-3; Mortimer Brown
def rated E. Steinmetz 6-2. IS-4: Deerlnp de
feated Sherman 6-0. ti-1; Miss Harriette
Johnson and Miss Gladys Harrison defeated
Miss Alice and Miss Esther Tucker 6-1. 6-3:
Miss Emma DnBruille defeated Miss Dorothy
Collins 6-1 and 6-1.
PIEDMONTS FACIXG SIIAKETJP
Billie Stepp Placed in Charge and
Many Changes Are Due.
Many changes are due to he made in
the Piedmont club of the City League
nefore the team meets Sellwood next
Sunday. Billie Stepp was placed in
charge of the team last night by
George Grayson, who will leave today
for a two-weeks sojourn at the beach.
6tepp refuses to discuss any of the
changes further than that he had made
Eddie Bogart captain of the club, re
placing the veteran Ed Kennedy.
Stepp has been playing right field
for the Maroons all season and Bo
start was shifted from third to short
for last Sunday's game with the Red
1 men. Miles Netzel. ex-Coast Leaguer,
was signed by Grayson for third and
played Sunday. Harmony has been
lacking on the club since the opening
of the second half of the season, ac
cording to tne players.
Harry M. Grayson, secretary of the
league, last night made the drawings
lor the games next Sunday. The Pied
mont Maroons will tackle the Sellwood
Dingbats, present leaders of the cir
cuit on the Piedmont grounds near the
Peninsula Park, while at the same time
the West Side Monarchs are slated to
regain lost laurels from the East Side
Redmen on the East Twelfth 'and East
Both games will be started at 2:30
o'clock with Alex Cheynne umpiring
at the Piedmont grounds and Drennon
at the other frame. Osborne and Bleeg
for the Monarchs will oppose Donald
son. Lund and Edwards for the Red
men, with Webb and Boland. Bar
tholemy for the Maroons working
against Maxmeyer and Newman, of the
PLAXK ' LOSES 3-HIT CAME
CM feds Beat Slooieds In 14th as
Fielder Loses Ball in Sun.
ST. LOUIS. July 13. Chicago Fed
erals won a gruelling pitchers' battle
here today when In the 14th inning
Ward Miller lost a ball In the sun and
two runners scored. Until that in
ning no one had scored. Jackson
walked, Mann singled and then Pitcher
Hendrix popped up an easy fly which
Miller dropped. Plank, of St. Louis,
allowed three hits In the 14 Innings
and Hendrix struck out 10 batters.
R H. E l R. H. E.
Chicago ..2 3 2: St. Louis ..0 9 1
Batteries Hendrix and Wilson; Plank
Kansas City 1, Pittsburg 0.
PITTSBURG, July 13. Pitcher Cul
lop, for Kansas City, shut out the Pitts
burg Feds here today, winning 1 ro 0.
The visitors scored thel only run in
the first inning on a pass and two
singles. Pittsburg filled the bases in
the second Inning, but Cullop tight
ened and retired the side. Score:
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Kansas C. .1 6 0;Pittsburg ..0 6 1
Batteries Cullop and Brown; Allen.
Hearne and Berry.
Brooklyn 6, Baltimore 5.
BALTIMORE. July 13. Brooklyn de
feated Baltimore today, ( to 5. Bender
pitched good ball up to the eighth in
lng. when he was hit all over the field
for five runs. Score:
R. H. E. R.ILE
Brooklyn .6 9 1 Baltimore .5 IS 2
Batteries Finneran. Seaton. Wiltse
and Land; Bender and Owens.
EASTLEY BLANKS . ABERDEEN
Seattle Bunches lilts on Harkness
and Wins 3-0 Contest.
SEATTLE. Wash, July 13. With
Eastley In the box, Seattle blankeu
Aberdeen here this afternoon, 4 to 0.
Bunched hits in the first inning
brought three men across the plate,
and faultless playing by Seattle pre
vented any serious threats of an Aber
deen tally. Score:
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Aberdeen.. 0 7 1 Seattle 4 10 0
Batteries Harkness and Vance;;
Easterly and Cadman.
Victoria 5, Vancouver 4.
VANCOUVER, B. C. July 13. It took
AI Bonner, of Victoria. 10 innings to
defeat the Vancouver club here today
by a score of 5 to 4, thus making his
ninth straight victory. Smith was hit
freely but was tight in the pinches.
R. H. E. R- H. E.
Victoria... 6 15 0 Vancouver. 4 6 2
Batteries Bonner and Hoffman;
Smith and Cheek. Brottem.
Spokane 10, Tacoma 0.
TACOMA. Wrash., July 13. Spokane
shut out Tacoma, 10 to 0, today, Peet
being knocked off the rubber. Noyes
held the Tigers to five hits and had
perfect support. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Spokane ..10 9 0Taeoma 0 S 3
Batteries Noyes and Brennegan;
Peet, House and Stevens.
PIGEON CXCB RACES ARE HELD
Birds of Bauer and Warren Win Is
Flight From Castle Rock.
Comparatively fast time was made in
the first of a series of special races for
young birds held from Castle Rock,
Wash., to Portland under the auspices
of the Oregon Homing Pigeon Club last
Sunday. First and second places were
awarded to birds owned by Bauer and
Warren, the winner making 918 yards
a minute and the second bird 918 yards
Jimmy Dunn was credited with third
place, his bird having come to Portland
at an average speed of 894 yards a
minute. G. V. Adams took fourth and
fifth, both birds making the 58 miles
at a speed of S88 yards a minute.
Charles De Rieux was - sixth at 830
yards a minute.
The first bird was released from Cas
tle Rock at 9:51 A. M.. and exactly 1
hour and 40 minutes afterwards the
first bird hove In sight. The next race
wilt be from Chehalis. Wash., to Port
land next Sunday. The big races of
the year will be held this Fall.
TENNIS CHAMPION TO LECTCRE
Pastor, Holder of State Title, to Ad
dress Sellwood Players.
L K- Richardson, pastor of the
Kenilworth Presbyterian Church and
present Oregon state tennis champion.
will give a practical talk and demon
stration of tennis at 7 o'clock to
night for the many players of Sellwood
Doty Beats Rochester, 0 to 1.
CENT R ALIA. Wash.. July 13. (Spe
cial.) Playing the poorest game of
the season, Rochester was defeated by
Doty Sunday. 9 to 1. Miller, in the
box for Rochester, did his part to win
the game, performing as well as Cole
man, but his teammates gave him
What the Box Scores Show
About Players You Know.
BILL RODGER S. ex-Beaver,
kept up his hitting streak for the
Cincinnati Reds, banging out a two
bagger, scoring a run and making
three perfect fielding plays.
Pep Vouna ex-Sacramento, broke
into both games for Detroit as relief
second baseman. He failed to hit, but
accepted five fielding chances.
Dave Bancroft. ex-Beaver, made a
home run for the Phils, and with seven
assist, and one putout was all over the
Ham Hyatt, the old Northwestern
League slugger, banged out one hit in
three times up for the Cards and ac
cepted six fielding chances.
Portland Bill James pitched five
innings tor the St. Louis Browns, al
lowing seven hits, fanning one and
walking two. retiring with the score
2 to 1 against him. He retired for a
Kantlehner, former Northwestern
Leaguer, held the Braves to two hits,
winning a shutout game for Pittsburg.
He made two hits himself, fanned four
and walked three.
Bert Whaling, ex-Seattle, failed as
a pinch hitter for the Braves in the
eighth inning of the first fray.
Peckinpaugh, ex-Beaver, played only
In one game for the Tanks. He failed
to hit but accepted six fielding chances.
Jack Graney. ex-Beaver, hit for
Cleveland in each game of the double
header. He scored a run and accepted
six fielding chances. ,
Bill Steen. ex-Beaver, pitched one
Inning for Detroit, allowing! one hit
and walking none. He retired for a
Tom Seaton. ex-Beaver, was one of
three pitchers for Brookfeds who de
Carl Mays. ex-Colt, was knocked out
of the box by Cleveland after allowing
seven hits in four innings. Ha fanned
three and walked none.
RUIN ROBS BEAVERS '
OF LIKELY VICTORY
Portland Ahead, 2-0, as Down
pour Comes to Rescue
KEEFE TO BE RELEASED
McCredle Also to Let One Other Go
Before Starting South McArdlo
Falls to Arrive Stumpf and
IllUyard Hit Doubles.
Pacific (ut League Staadlnga.
W. L. P-t.l w. L. Pet.
Ban Fran.. CJ 4i .S3 Portland ... 4.1 47 .
Loi Anr'le .4 &o Wroun.... 411 M ,4a.
Slt Ukt.. 4S 4 .4e.Oak.and.. 4 .2 .4U
Yesterday 'a Heard t a.
At Portland Portland 2. Pan Francisco
(called In third Inning, rain .
At Oakland Oakland 2. bait Lata 1 (10
Inning'. . '
At Verron No came with Los Angela;
team failed to arrive.
BT ROSCOE FAWCETI.
Water in copious quantities from the
sky conspired to cheat the Beavers out
of what looked like a win yesterday.
After Portland had piled 'up a 2-0 lead
on the San Francisco, league lead
ers in two innings Umpire Nick Will
lams was forced to call a halt on ac
count of a miniature cloudburst, and
after 30 minutes of chaser weather
the game was called off for keeps.
However, other things- besides rain
leaked during the afternoon. For in
stance. Walt McCredle admitted upon
cross-examination that he intended to
release one and possibly two of his
players later in the week.
One of these will be Bobby Keefe,
right-hand pitcher, and the other
well, it will be neither Bill Speas nor
Roy Bates, you can count on that.
Keefe's Start Bad.
Keefe came to Portland a free agent
this Spring after getting a release
from Rochester, of the International
League. The veteran seems to have
plenty of stuff, but has had tough luck
in getting off to a bad start.
Portland has too many pitchers on
the string and Keefe had to go.
Concerning yesterday's game, Port
land knocked the spots off the new
Seal southpaw, lirown, in two innings,
and then Roy Corhan rushed Skeet
Fanning to the rescue. Because of his
bifurcated shoulder Manager Wolverton
did not come forth with the team. He
may Join the boys In mid-week.
Stumpf greased the chutes for Brown
in the second Inning when he doubled
to center and HUlyard scored him by
driving a ball against the top of the
right-field fence. It remained up in
the attic, but owing to ground rules.
Hllla gotyonly two bases on his drive.
Beavers Kffp oat II It Has;.
So. to make the going better.
Cansch and Lober singled successively
and brought him home.
Then the rain began driving the
women out of the lower tier of boxes
and Nick Williams called time.
After 30 minutes nobody but a bunch
of Venice traffic cops could have navi
gated on the diamond and the 224 men
and women in the throng trudged
homeward with wet feet-
Hlgginbotham was on the mound for
Portland and the old Infield amort
ment was In the box score. Honus
McArdle double-crossed the San Fran
cisco news men who had him aboard a
train bound for Portland, or perhaps
they double-crossed him. At any rate.
Honus did not make his appearance
and the fatted calf will be warmed up
HOMER BY XKSS BEAT BEER
Circuit Swat in Tenth Inning Is
Climax f Game Won by Oaks.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 13. Jack
Ness. Oakland's first baseman, not only
set a new world's record for himself
in the game today with Salt Lake, but
he won the game by knocking the ball
over the fence for a home run In the
tenth Inning. The game wan tied at
1-all from the fourth Inning. Score:
Bait Lake I Oakland
bhoak' r h o a f
Fhlnn.r. .. 4 O 1 OOMrATOjr.!. 4 0 3 4 1
firr.i S 2 3 4 1 Mid i ( n m 4 I 3 OS
Oedeon.3. S 1 1 1 a Johnston. 1. 3 o 3 o o
Ryan. I 4 12 OOV'h.1 4 2 13 2 0
Zacher.m. 4 O 2 0 riir.lnf.r. 3 1 0 O
Tennant.l 4 1 loKlllott.r t 4 .1
Hallln'n.3 10 2 1 0 l.ltsrhl.I 3 1 1 7 0
Hannah. c. 4 0 7 Ofti;tiMi.i.. 3 o 1 2 i
CWms.p. 4 10 4 O Prulett.p. . 3 1 1 00
Totals. IS 7:7 12 1 Tola!.. 3IoTl
Xo outa when winning run scored.
Salt Lake 0 0 n 1 o 0 0 o o 01
Hlta 0 02210O2O 0 7
Oakland .....1 o o o o o o o 1 2
Hlta 1 o 1 1 O 1 O 1 0 1
Rum. Zseher. Mlddletrm. Nss. Him run
Ness. Three-base hit. Mldri!etnn. To-ba
hlta. Prulott. Lltarhl tacrine hit. Orr.
Rases on balls. Prulett 2. Htruek out C.
Williams 7. Prulert i. Ssrrlflce fir. John
aton. !ouble play. Williams to Tennant to
Haltlnan. ston baa. hlnn. Kuna re
sponsible) for. C. Wllllama 2. Prulett. Ift
on ba-w. bait Lak s. Oakland z. Time.
1:ZV4- L mplrea. Toman andtl'nlc.
Portland Yacht Leaves Aberdeen.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. uly 13. (Spe
cial.) The 42-foot pleasure yacht Co
lumbian, of Portland, manned by ten
young men of that city, arrived here
Friday, and Saturday night left for
Puget Sound where the boys plan to
pass the week. While here the party
attended the baseball athletic carnival
and the dance that followed. Two of
the party, Fred Hazlett and Harry
Peters, returned to Portland from here.
The others are: A. Sholin. S. Hazlett.
E. Hazlett. W. Rasor, James Troy. Ed
ward Sholin, R. W. Nickols and Claude
Larry Madden, tha battllna- pollreman. haa
a hankering to return to tha arena. l.arry
la anxlona to use Lou Hodta. tbo Spokana
heavy, who. according to reporta. no ona haa
been abla to lay a glove on nines ha atart-rt
In tha puglliatlr game a abort time ago.
as a tryout for his "comeback."
Bobby Evana la In Portland vhlla hi
broken hand la mending. Hobby broke his
mitt In Pendleton while putting Plllle Maa
cott la shape for his bout with Jockey bco.
The little lightweight got In bad In Pen
dleton when ha took a poke at a refers
who awaxded a flgnt against him.
Charles Joat la back In Walla Walla, ta
moua as tha horn of Jlmmt Howe. Jost
did not take kindly to tha way tha rrowda
turned out to his ihowi here. However, ha
aald before hla departure that unless the
game was opened In Walla Walla befwre Pail
bo would be back and try hla luck again.
Tommy Tracer. Instructor at tha Multno
mah Club, aaya ha thtnka the fana have had
their fill of four and nx-round bouta and
will b glad to welcome back tha simon
pure amateurs when the club ataxia holding
Its Interclub meets this Fall.
a a a
Portlawd will be the scene of some pretty
fair battles this Winter. If Jack King car
ries out hla plana to bring aome of the big
boya here and the new Kose city Club car
ries out lla Intention of staging shows In
which well-known gladlatora will furnish the
Just as a reminder of carelessness, tha
health officer at Manhattan. Kan., la prepar
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EASTERN MEN LOSE
Champion Williams Alone Re
mains in Tennis Singles.
GRIFFIN DEFEATS CHURCH
Murrajr, of Oakland, GItm Great
Harvard Star Klcrr Battle, I-o-Injr
Only After 3 Pence 8ota.
Kiperlenoe Derldca Match.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 11. R. Nor
rla WlllUmnl of Harvard University,
champion tennla player of the United
State, defeated It. liniley Murray, of
Oakland. Cal.. tod.y after threa aeta
of tho hardent kind of fighting. The
corea were S-S. 7-9 and 9-1.
Wllllama la the only Hmtern singles
player remaining in the Panama-Pacific
Kxpoaitlnn championship tourna
ment. G. M. Church, of Princeton Unl
veralty. harlnir eon down earlier in
the day before Clarence Orlffln. of San
Francisco. 6-1. C-l. and Dean Mathey.
also of Princeton, succumbing to the
attack of John R. Ptrachan. of Han
Franrlneo. after two hard-fought acta.
Kaaterta Mrs Wis Deable.
In the men's doubles. O. M. Church
and Dean Mathey. representing Prince
ton, had too much dah and drove too
hard for Clarence J. Griffin and Sam
Hardy, of Pan Francisco, who played
a careful game. Church and Mathey
won. -4. C-4.
The match between Williams and
Murray was the best of the day. Will
lams' coolness and clever generalship
were almost offset by the determined
fight of Murray, who worked hard for
every point- The service of each player
was severe, and both cut oft many re
turns by dashing to the net and clev
erly placing the ball.
It was at placing the ball out of
reach that Williams excelled chiefly,
and Murray was kept racing over the
court, while the champion stood close
to the net and smashed the ball first
to one side and then to the other.
Match Cars Threw Seta.
After Williams bad captured the
first set. S-. Murray annexed the sec
ond. -". but lost the mutch. -.
The contest between Clarence Grlfrin
and G. M. Church was won by Griffin
largely because of his cool. heady
play, and the many foot faults called
against Church, which appeared io
make him nervous and spoil his game.
John K. tilrschan. California cham
pion, was too strong for Dean Mathey.
whom he beat down by drives and
smashes. .Mathey contributed to his
defeat by serving many double faults.
Play will be continued tomorrow.
TWELVE Innlnss of sensational baseba.l
were apruns before tha Columbia, Park
baseball team was able to rtns up a 4-to-3
victor? on lha Klrkpatrlrk Ktara at Co
lumbia Park Kundajr. The hit that ecorhe
winning run was made by Tony, the Pftra
second baaeman. Alter making tbrea hits
In tbrea times up. Morton cams to bat
with the bases losded. but struck out In
tha pinch. Horton tied the score In the
slxtn inning, wnen na sinslea. alola second,
stola third and theo electrified the crowd
by stealing home.
rt. it t
ColumMs lllltar snd M Irkclaen . . 4 U 2
Kiara t&runna and Mererei a a a
Another 12-lnnlng struscle was eprutis
Kundajr- After winning from the White
Caps s to 3. the Portlsnd Keweboye dropped
tha dosen-frmrned game to tba Hawthurse
Merchants. 4 to S. The aeora waa 3 to 1
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Because ther wera crippled, the Portland
Prlrklaer lost to the t.resham .ian:
10 to at Uresham last Kunrtay. punk"
Prescoit. of the locate, allomed only five
hits, but poor Bupprl on the part of hi.
teammatea resulted In his downfall. In alt.
lo errors were charged aaalnat the lirlrk
tayera. The Prlrkiaycrm eict to have their
full strersth In the flfM hereafter and are
out for games with out-t-toa n trsrra. Wr-te
to Manager Kam Nauman. at ll'.m Omaha
avenue, or call htm at Wood. awn -lv Tne
iirl-klayera are scheduled to meet tne Pta-
cada town team at t lacada neat tunlay.
K. li. K.
Cirasham (Qulacnbvrry and J. Ilamll-
ton io a 4
Bricklayers tPrescott and Wochnlckl 2 3 lu
e e a
Manacer 8ol rtlchanbach. of lha Harrlman
Club, returned with hla plaera alt.r de
feallng tha Hrooka. Or., contingent I to u
at ltrooke last T'uneev. It saa a pitchers
duel from start to finish, and It aaa not
until the elahtn Inning that the run
scored. I'oi i " Ortntill made three hits
out of four times at bat and two of them
sera two.ba hlta. It. H. r..
Hamnian ilit-lscoii and Madden!. .. 15 1
liruoka tKeeua and Oiiii o 2 I
Tha Vancouver Foldlera added another c
lory to their atrtr.g b tae.lrns the lans
Co. juad 4 li 1 at the Hatra-ka lat
funriay. only three hits were ma.le fl
Krent-hy. the tioMlere mainstay In the b.
The Kenton ciub taent over to ant-outer.
Wash., lo play tha soldiers, but no game
a aa played t-caue of the lark of time. A
mtsunder.tanding aa lo lha shedu:ing f
the contest before leaving Portland bad
something to do with lu
Ciarden Home, rartatned by AI Cronqul.t.
made It 10 straight ta ma by defeating lha
Log Cabin liakery renresentatltee of Port
land. 12 lo o. at t.arden Home Sunday. Cap
tain Cronqulst announced last night that
because ha is unable to rind a atrorg Ira n
from the city he Is going lo schedule the
reat of the eeason with alley aggregations
it. It t-
Garden Home Erlckson and Kelt-
b.rg i IS IT 3
Log Cabin t Smith and otdem)... o 1
Arthur Kager snd c.srenca Mtrkeisen. the
new battery men for tha Co.umbla Park
learn, until receotly wera with the Monta
VlUa rlab. Manager Jessup considered them
aa aecond-strtng p.ayera and did Dot g"e
them a chance lo get In the game often
enough lo suit their fancy. With this in
mind, they Jumped lo the Columbia t'ara
learn, and now Manager- oach rtubtlng is
going to -sic 'em" on Montavi:.a In the reg
traiiy acheduled league games at Columbia
Park r.eat unday. llager and xlrar.wn
ale out for rsvenga
Kast Portland walked on Krro! Itelgh'.a
to tne tune of 14 to & at Krro) Heights last
bundsy morning. Itoth teams playad fast
ball until the eighth mr.lng. when iirooke
blew up and a.iomed seven hlta. which,
with aeveral arrora. netted eight runs. The
big feature of the conteet waa two home runs
by pitcher JJrooka, of lha losers.
East Portland IHartaell snd Alli
son, ilurnhaml 14 12 3
Erroi Heights tHrooke snd lluksl a ft
a a e
Montavllla continued Its winning atreak
by annexing a ama,Irm the Natlural Ua..
dry nine, a to 1. on the Cricket Club para
Yeast, for the winners, allowed on.y three
hits and whiffed 1 Zwlfel was In good
form for the l.aundry boya. but poor aup
port behind htm prated fatal.
R II. E
Montavllla fTeest snd Pryson).... 1 4
National iZwir.l and ttoff man l . . . . IS
a a a
Mike reClrr snd Pat Riddle, of tha
gouth Portland squad, are a big acquisition
lo Abe Poplck and bis Portland Nwaboa.
In every game Mike baa played since Join
ing the Newsboys be haa been one of the
features In hitting Hi. three-bagger fun
day against the big llaathorne 11. mala la
what helped keep the Neasboya la the run
mng for W Innings.
Merle Itouswellot. former Lincoln High
ftctiool famous baseball and aotrar player,
arrived In Portland from tna Cntversity of
Washington. Men left for lha East last
night and befora September roi.a around fee
hopes to be la the vicinity of New York City.
If be can he wi.l again attend the university
at besttle thla Fa. I. but should ba fall ba
eertainiy will bs on hand In time fur lha
first baseba.l call In tha bprlr.g.
Ccntralla-C'helialls Teams 1 ..
CENTRA LI A. Wash. July 1?. (Spe
cial.) Cole waa touched up for seven
hlta by the Chehalis Athletlo Club Sun
day, but he kept there well scattered
acd Wlnlock woa the same, to 0.
you or any other man ever did roll and put
the fire to ! Men, we tell you to wise up.
P. A. is crimp cut and stays put which
means rolling P. A. is as easy as falling off a
log. And it's good to remember P. A- is put
up in the toppy red bag especially for you
"rollers." Sells for the price of a jitney ride, 5c
Now, will the "pipers" kindly open both ears?
Here's tobacco that has made it possible for
three men to smoke pipes where one
Any way you hook it up, Prince Albert is
tobacco insurance! Yes, sir, it guarantees
your future as well as your presenr smok
ings ! And just makes your tongue so jimmy
pipe joy'us that your smoke appetite grows
whopping big. You men who "dassn't," we
say you go to P. A., natural-like ! Because
there isn't a bite in a
barrel of this national
Unlimber your old jim
my pipe ! Dig it out of
the dark corner, jam it
brimful of P. A. And
make fire with a.
match ! Me-o-my !
Yoej gt acqwminimd woith Plincm
Albert in f n toppy rmJ oaf, S4: or
tidy rod tin. 10c. frac for tho doo.blm
baclfoxtion-joy, jroa bmy a crymtai
gtamm pomrtd bmmidor. And thorn
yom'ro set Yom moo. it Aas tho
opongm-moimtonor top and hoopo
P. A. 0 tho kighomt top-notch point
of porfoctiom. Princo Atbort is olvo
mold in ponmJ oatd half-pomnd tim
Winton-Slem, N. C
Huff allowed Wlnlock only three hits,
but he had poor support. The newly
organized Chehalis Cubs lost their
first game of the season t-tinday to
Pe Kll. to 2. The Centralis All-Mars
were defeated Sunday by a score of t
to 1 by the local Koundhouse aggrega
tion. South Bender Glie No Hit.
POt 'T If nUN'TV Wah . Jiilv It Spe.
I mr M
s mencstcr scr
grande para aprcciar
f" It takes prrstnesj to"
Not always do I urge a man to fmolr. Van
Dyck. Many men axe nof ready to
smoke t-o good a cigar.
And others ah, well, they peem to
think good fmoklng means only much
tmoking. I pity such and praise to him
some far milder domestic cigar.
Myself, I find that great pleasures are far
greater when approached with moderation.
I would not go to a banquet each night.
I bold myself from cJiatter-laoxing talk, for
cjuiet pauses help in the deep talk between
friends. I choose not to ride every
moment in luxurious automobiles.
1 am not always seen with a cigar in
my mouth. Even when so, I do not puff
rapidly to see how fast it will burn.
But when I smoke why what more
Deed I say than that I smoke Van Dycks?
Havana all Havana .Spanish made
Two for a quarter and up
JL A. Cunrt & Co.. Inc. Distributors
The tidy red tin. 10c
claL.) Ace Carson, pitching for tha
South Pend Giants agalnat the Frances
team Sunday afternoon at Frances
pitched his team to victory In a no-h lino-run
game, striking out 1 1 of the op.
posing batters. South Pend has beaten
every team It has played this year ex
cept Raymond, and haa divided honors
with thst team.
Auerra'ia fee nearly S4.oe acres of n-
AeaNnl Ueaal aaf lleaawr at