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BEAVERS LOSE 5TH
Seals Win, 5-2, Heilmann's
Home Run Turning Tide
in Favor of Enemy.
KAHLER IS EASY TARGET
CVvreleskle Fails to Show Class as
Belief Pitcher Bates Stars In
Field McArdle Plays Fine
Game at Short and Bat.
Tarlfic Coast Lfamie jStandins.
w.u r.c.i w.r. p.c.
I-os Angeles 5i r.O .52Sportiand. ! . '. '. ."" 43 !47!
taiiiaKe.. 4'J OO .4U.)iV crnon 04
At Portland San Francisco .-. Portland 2.
At Jjor Angeles Ios Anpeles .1, Vernon 1.
At Oakland Salt Lake . Oakland 3.
T!Y ROSCOE FA WC ETT.
Te Liberty Bell and Billy Sunday
both tried to lend inspiration yester
day, but. neither was the "enemy
driven into the sea" nor were Walter
McCredie's choicest epithets and as
terisks sacrificed at the repenter's
In short, San Francisco napped six
two-bajrgcrs and a home run off Pitch
ers Kahler and Coveleskie and that
. was quite sufficient to salt away an
other game for the league leaders, 5-2.
Walt I.IcCredie's champions have
now lost five straight irames. and a
Kolf cuss word would almost spill the
boys over the brink and into the last
Ileilmann) Homer Turns Tide.
; Harry Heilmann was the author ot
the Seals' home run, and it brought
Shem from behind a 2-1 frame Into a
8-2 lead. Schaller had Just doubled In
the sixth and was straining- on second
when bigr Harry soaked the leather
high and dry into the centerfield
bleachers. Last trip he was here
Heilmann bagrgred two In one day, so
there Is something to feel thankful
. for. at leat.
"Spide" Baum was nicked for 10 hits.
However, the big fellow kept them
scattered like a Russian army corps,
whereas Kahler's products came all in
bunches like asparagus and cabbages
and bills and trouble.
Kahler's $100,000 pitching elbow and
wrist, in fact, looked much akin to a
- Mexican peso in Budapest.
Sen! SIukrcm Have Bijr Day.
Between Kahler and Coveleskie It
was a ripe afternoon for Biff Schaller
and Molly Meloan. Schaller tore off
a fusillade of three two-baggers ana
Meloan receipted for a couple, and be
sides this there was Heilmann's homer.
Coveleskio relieved Kahler in the
Fewer than 1000 fans were out ow
ing to threatening cloudbanks in the
While the bugs didn't fancy the sec
; ond trimming given by the league
leaders the clusters of Indigo and
green were relieved by some great
Ray Bates at third base again
' demonstrated how to be a grand bali
I player and still remain in the minors.
He negotiated two of the niftiest plays
in his extensive repertoire. Early in
; the game he tore In and caught a
bunt fly by Baum off his shoelaces,
; and in the eighth capped this by
spearing with one hand a sizzling liner
; off Ting Bodie's bludgeon. Bates
seems to have hands like a rat trap.
Jones Too Late for Scout.
Honus McArdle at short also played
a rattling game, and young Bobby
Jones, of the Seals, helped in the
fielding fireworks, although a day
- late with his headline act. A Cincin
; nati scout has been in the city all
week giving him the inquisiturient
gaze, but said scout picked up his be
longings Wednesday night and hied
Botl teams scored a run in the third
Inning. In the fore part of the inning
. Kahler walked Corhan and he legged
It home on a two-bagger into deep
; center by Meloan. Portland tied on
r singles by Derrick and Bates and
. Stumpf s sacrifice fly. .
Portland advanced into the lead in
the fourti on nits by McArdle, Kahler
.uid Lober, but Heilmann's homer put
this into the eclipse in the sixth, mak
lnk it 3-2 In favor of the Seals.
Coveleskie met with a warm recep-
' tion In the seventh. Corhan singled
and scored on Melaan's second double,
and Meloan registered on Schaller's
third two-base swat.
; Fred Derrick celebrated the arrival
of a baby boy In the Derrick house
hold by securing a couple of safe hits.
McCredie is expected to become a
staunch supporter of Teddy Roosevelt
In his campaign against race suicide
San Francisco ' Portland
Meloan.r. 5 2 1. 0 u Lober.l. .. 5 1 2 00
hch,?.ller'l; ? OlDerrick.l. 5 2 13 0 0
Hell ann.l 4 1 r. 0 0 Sjea.s,r. . . 4 0 1 00
nowiiB.2. 4 12 1 O.Hates.3. . 4 1 3 30
Brodle m. 4 0 2 0 0 Siumpf.2. 3 1 2 30
.Iones,3.. 4 0 1 1 O.KIsher.c. . 4 1 4 00
Schmidt.c 4 0ft 0 " Hillyard.m 4 1 1 00
orhan.s. 3 2 1 2 0 Mi-Ardle.s 4 2 0 5 0
. Baum.p.. 4 0 0 2 0 Kahler.p.. 110 10
Doane... 1 0 0 00
.Oovelffs'e.p 0 0 110
Lush O 0 0 00
iHigg'm' 0 0 0 00
Totals. 3 927 6l) Totals.. 3aTo 27 13 0
Hatted tor Kahler in fifth
Patted for Coveleskie in ninth
Ran for Lush In ninth.
; San Francisco 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 O 0 3
Hits l 0 1 1 0 2 8 0 1
.. Portland 0 0 1 1 O 0 0 O 0 2
Hits 1 2 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 10
Runs. Meloan. Schaller. Heilmann, Corhan
Xerrlck. McArdle. Struck out, bv Kahler
1. Coveleskie 2, Baum 0. Bases on balls off
- Kahler 1, Baum 2. Two-base hits. Schaller
. 3. Meloan 2. Downs McArdle. Home run.
Heilmann. Sacrifice hit. Speas. Sacrifice flv
Stumpf. Stolen bases. Derrick. Corhan In
, nlngs pitched, by Kahler 6. runs 3. hits '5. at
.... bat 23. Huns responsible for, Kahler a,
Coveleskie 2, Baum 2. Charge defeat to
Kahler. Time, 1:30. Umpires. Williams and
VERXOX IS BEATEX OX ERRORS
Hitt Allows Only Four Hits, but For
tune Favors Love of Angels.
LOS ANGELES, July 15. Love had
the better of Hitt in a pitchers' battle,
which the latter lost through his team
mates' errors, Los Angeles defeating
Vernon today. 3 to 1. Hitt. who gave
- place to a pinch hitter In the ninth
Inning, allowed only four hits. The
Tigers' run was made on Berg'er's
' triple and Kane's single in the last
Los Angeles Vernon
Maes'rt.m 4 0 3 0 n; Wilhoit.l.. 4 0 2 0 0
MvMuI'n.2 4 12 0 0 Berger.s. . 3 1161
VV'olter.r. .. 2 14 0 O'Rlsl.erg.m. 4 0 3 1 0
Ufurner.l. 4 0 10 0 o Kane.r. . . . 4 3 3 00
Ellls.l 4 2 1 0 (V Purtell.3. . 4 0 0 SI
Terry.s... 3 10 5 0 Gl'chm'n.l. 4 2 12 10
Boles, c 3 0 7 1 0 Rader,2... 3 0 2 1 "
Metzger.3. 3 0 0 0 0 Ppencer.c. 3 0 3 2 1
- Luve.p 4 0 0 OOiHitt.p 2 II 1 1 1
Kan 1 0 0 OOMitze 1 0 0 0 0
. B'mil r.3.. 0 0 0 0 Oi Mitchell. p. 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. .32 5 27 loo! Total. .32 0 27 17 6
Rutted for Metzscr In ninth. Batted
for Hitt in eighth.
Los Angeles 01 1 00000 1 3
Hits. 02200000 1 5
Vernon 00000030 1 1
- Hits 01O1O10O 3 B
Rum McMullen. Ellis 2. Rerger. Three
hase hit, Berger. Two-base hit. Ellis. Sac
rifice lilts. Wolter, Terry. Stolen bases.
Wolter 2. Ellis. Berger. Struck out. by
Love by Mitchell 2. Base on balls, off
J-ve .-. otr Hitt 1. Runs responsible for.
Mitchell 1. Love 1. Four hit. 2 runs. 2 at
oat off Kltt In 6 Innings. Cl.arse defeat to
Hitt. Hit by pitched ball. Boles by Mitchell.
Time of game. 1:48. Um tres. Held and
BEES WIX BV RALLY IX XIXTH
Ness, Oak Captain,' Gets Loving Cop,
Diamond Ring, Purse; Then Hits.
OAKLAND, Cal.. July 15. Two-base
hits by Hannah and Tennant gave Salt
Luke a 4-3 victory in the ninth in
ning of today's game with Oakland.
Jack Ness, captain and first baseman
of the Oaks, received a loving cup, a
diamond ring and a purse, respective
ly, from the management of the Oak
land Club, the Oakland fans and the
players. Ness brought his record for
hitting safely in consecutive games up
to 43 by lining out a. two-base hit in
the fourth frame. Score:
Salt Lake Oakland
Shlnn.r. .. 4 2 1 OO McAvoy.I. 4 0 5 1 0
KarDour.3 4 1 1 4 0;Mld leton.l 3 1 1 0 O
Zacher.m. 3 O 3 0 O'JohnBt'n.m 3 1 1 O0
Ryan.l... 4 2 3 0Xess.l 3 114 10
Oedeon.2. 4 1 3 2 0 Gardner.r. 3 2 100
Hannah. c. 4 2 S 1 OiElilott.c. .. 3 O 1 2 0
Tennant. 1 4 1 9 0 0 Lltschi.3. . 4 116 0
Halllnan.s 4 113 O'riuest.s 4 1 2 O
rutery.p. l o o 1 O I'rouuh.p.. 2 0 140
Hall.p 1 0 0 1 o'Mundorff 0 0 0 00
Reed'. .. 0 0 0 0 0
Kuhn.. 1 0 0 00
Totals. S3 lO 27 12 o! Totals.. Jl 7 27 20 0
MuiMlorff ran for Gardner In ninth In
nins; 'Reed ran for Elliott in ninth in
ning; Kuhn batted for Prough In ninth
Salt Lake 0 1 0 2 0 0 O 0 1 4
Hits 0 2 13 2 0 0 0 2 10
Oakland 0 0 0 3 0 O 0 0 0 3
Hits 1 1 O 3 0 0 0 1 1 7
Runs. Barbour, Ryan, Gedeon, Hannah,
Johnston. Ness, Lltechi. Three runs, 4 hits
off Fittery. 13 at bat in 3 2-3 Innings, taken
out in fourth. 1 on 2 out. Three-base hits.
Gaidner. Litschl. Tennant. Two-base hits.
Barlioiir. Ness. Hannah. Johnston. Ryan.
Sacrifioo lilts. Zacher, Hall. First bans on
called balls, off Flttcry, off Hall 2. Struck
out. by Prough 1. by Fittery 1. by Hal! i.
Stolen bases, shlnn, Johnston. Double play,
Baibour to Gedeon to Tennant. Left on
bases. Salt Lake 3. Oakland 5. Runs re
sponsible for. Fittery 3. Prough 4. Credit
victory to Hall. Time, 1:45. Umpires. Toman
CANUCK RALLY FALLS SHORT
Vancouver Scores 7 Runs In Xlntli.
but Victoria Wins, 8 to 7.
VANCOUVER. B. C. July 15. Van
couver made a great ninth-Inning rally
against Victoria today and by scoring
seven runs came within one run of
tying the score. Victoria won, 8 to T.
The Maple Leafs started the inning
with a lead of 8 to 0. amassed by bat
ting Kelly for 10 hits and taking ad
vantage of Vancouver's miscues. In
the ninth Vancouver knocked Williams
out of the box. scoring seven runs.
R.H.E.I R. H.TJ.
Victoria... 8 10 liVancouver. 7 12 4
Batteries Williams. Bonner and
Hoffman; Kelly and Cheek.
Seattle 9, Aberdeen 2
SEATTLE. Wash., July 15. With
Rose pitching in splendid form, Seattle
today won her sixth straight game, de
feating Aberdeen 9 to 2. Smith hit
three three-baggers In a row, and fol
lowed those with a single In his first
four times up. Score:
R- H. E. R. H. E.
Aberdeen.. 2 6 3 Seattle '. 9 14 1
Batteries Hughes and Vance; Rose
Spokane 3, Tuoonia 1.
TACOMA, Wash.. July 15. Jimmy
Clark, the pitcher released by Aber
deen, twirled sterling ball this after
noon and took the Tigers Into camp,
3 to 1. Kaufman, for Tacoma. had but
one bad inning, the first, when Spo
kane scored two runs on him with two
extra base hits. A motorcycle race,
girls' baseball throwing contest and
other sports were held in connection
with baseball week. Tonight's boxing
smoker was given for the benefit of
the Tigers. Score:
R-H. E. R.H. E.
Spokane... 3 7 lj Tacoma.... 14 2
Batteries Clark and Brennegan;
Kaufman and Stevens.
SPORT PUBLISHERS ARRESTED
Federal Authorities Take Steps to
Break Up Baseball Pools.
WILKESBARRE, Pa., July 15. What
Government agents aver is to be a nation-wide
crusade against baseball
pools was begun here today by the ar
rest of John J. Kilcoyne and Thomas
E. Warman, promoters ot the Weekly
World and Pastime Review, sporting
publications through which an alleged
pool Is said to have been conducted.
Both men. who are charged with con
spiracy in the shipment of baseball
pool tickets from one state to another
by express, waived a hearing and were
held in $3000 bail each for the Septem
ber Grand Jury.
The publications are alleged to have
had agents in all the principal cities of
the country and their subscribers are
said to have numbered about 44,000
persons. Tickets for weekly drawings
were distributed and it is declared the
prizes aggregated several thousand dol
lars each week. Several arrests have
been made In other cities.
Pheasants Freeil In Umatilla.
PENDLETON, Or., July 15. (Spe
cial.) District Deputy Fish and Game
Warden W. C. E. Pruiett yesterday re
ceived a shipment of 9ti young China
pheasants from the stage game farm,
which are being liberated at various
points in Umatilla County. The birds
are being freed at points on the Walla
Walla River near Milton-Freewater
and along Birch and McKay creeks.
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
W. L. Pet. I TV. I pet.
Philadelp'a 41 "3 .554;Pittbars;. . 3 z .600
Chicago... 42 35 .641 New York.. 34 39 .4Si
uruuKiya., v on .bo : Joston . . . .. 3d 42 .4.ia
St. Louis. . 41 40 .506. Cincinnati. 32 40 .444
Chicago 51 29 .638' Wash in let' n 3S 39 .40
Boston. ...47 27 .635 St. Louis. .. 31 4 403
Detroit 47 30 .610:Phl!adelp'a 2S 4 .377
NewYork. 40 41 . 494. Cleveland. . 27 48 .360
Chicago ...45 32 .r.SO'Xewark 42 37 632
St. Louis... 45 :3 .577 Brooklyn. .. 36 47 .434
Vnn ritv x . r. - n 1 ....... 1 - - , . ..
. . -' " " ' i'lii-u.w.... OV . . I
Pitusbure.. 41 33 .539!Baltimore.. 29 61 .363
Tnai'apoiis. 46 3S .561'Cleveland. . 38 39 494
St. Paul 4.1 SS .536 Minneapolis 39 42 4S1
Kan. City.. 43 40 .SIS'Milwaukee. 3 42 -47J
Louisville.. 42 40 . 512, Columbus. . y2 49 .395
Des Moines 50 27 .649'Llncoln . . .. 39 37 S1J
Denver.... 43 33 .566 Sioux City.. 40 43 4S'
Omaha 42 35 .545 St. Joseph.. 32 44 4 -1
Topeka 40 37 .519lWIchlta 2 4s '.2&1
Spokane... 54 32 .28jVIctoria 49 46 .465
Tacoma.... 49 40 .551 Aberdeen. . 44 61 440
Vancouver. 43 44 .488. Seattle 38 60 !432
American Association Columbus 2 Mil
waukee 0. No others scheduled
Western League St. Joseph 3-1 Denver
0-10; Lincoln 6. Des Moines 1; Omaha 11-7
Wichita 3-1; Topeka 2, fc'loux City 3 called
In eighth, rain.
Where the Teams Play Today.
Pacific Coast League Pan Francisco at
Portland. Los Angeles at Vernon. Salt Lake
How the Series Stand.
Pacific Coast League San Francisco i
games, Portland no game; Oakland 2 games.
Salt Lake 1 same; Los Angeles Z games
vernon no game.
.Beaver Batting Averages.
Ab. H. Ave. I H Ave
Bates.... 2"iS S5 .332'Doene. . . . ":;7 60 "ii
Speas 271 f 6 .313 farisch. .. 144 37 '.243
fisher... 2-i 71 .314:Lu(,h 49 n --4
Ililiyard. 211 64 .J0:l Kvans 36 7 "199
Ptumpr... 3SK1I4 .SOfi Krause 62 1" "l3
McArdle.. 7 2 .28." Kahler.. .7 IS 3 l"?
Lob-r. .. 313 sr. .272 Higg 73 8 109
Derrick.. 3.4 99 .265 Coveleskie. 39 J. 076
Da is... 31'1 t7 .1-64 Keefe. .... u 1 076
GOBS BEAT GIANTS
Ifl SCRAPPY GAME
McGravv, All Subs and, in 9th,
One Regular Banished
PHILS BEAT CARDS IN 10TH
Supcrhas Tate line Contest From
Iids Myers Faints With Heat
After Great Catch or Rotlsersv'
UriTe Braves lieat Pirates.
NEW YORK. July 15. SaiefB time
ly hlttlnp; and Lavender's pitching
enabled Chlcaco to defeat New York
today, S to 2. In the sixth, with
Fisher on, Saier put the Cubs In the
lead with a home run. The same was
punctuated with arguments between
umpires, players and spectators. In
the second inning Eason ordered Mc
Graw off the field for talking from
the bench. Later Babinsjton, a New
York recruit, was sent out. In the
third Eason cleaned the entire Giant
bench of players not actually Involved
In the same. In the seventh, after
Bresnahan struck out, he rot into an '
meuiiiciii wjLii a spectator. xsyron
stopped the frame and lectured the-fan.
With two out In the ninth inning
Byron ordered Fletcher off the field.
Chicago I New York
B It O AK' b H O AE
flood. r 5 0 .1 OU Burns.!... 4 0 2 0 0
Flsher.s.. 4 3 1 1 O Robertson. r 4 4 :; on
s. hulte.l.. 2 1 2 0 0 Do) 4 2 1 !
Zlm er-n.2 4 2 2 1 0 Klrtclier.a. 4 1 2 r. 11
Sster.l 4 2 7 0 f"Merkle.l . . 4.212 OO
WiU'mK.ra 4 0 2 OOUlrrt.1... 4 0 0 2 0
Phelnn.S. 4 0 0 3 0 Snoderass. a 0 1 Ol
Bres'Ii.-m.e 4 O 10 1 0 Dooin.e. . . . 4 0 6 0 t
LaVnder.p 4 1 o 1 O'Perrltt.p. . a O O lo
I'orant.... 1 o o 00
ntals. .as O 27 7 ol
-Bralnard 1 O O O 0
Totals. .3.1 3 27 7 01 Totals... 35 27 14 3
---anei 1 or i-errltl in ninth.
Latted for Scuupp In ninth.
Chicago 1 o O 0 0 2 0 2 0 S
.New ork 1 o 1 O OOO 0 0 2
Runs. Fisher 3, Zimmerman. Saler, Rob
ertson 2. Two-base hits, Ho!i.Ttson 2. Iov!e.
Three-base hit. DoMe. Home run. Saier.
Liouhle plays. Fletcher to Merkle, Fletcher
to Loe to Jferkle. Base on balls, off Ter
rltt 1. off Lavender 1. Hits, off Perrttt In
R Innlnrs. off S hupp none In 1 Inning.
Struck out. by Perrltt S, by S--hupp 1. b
Lavender 1. Umpires. Byron and Eason.
Boston 3, Plttsbarg 2.
BOSTON, July 15 Boston defeated
Pittsburg. 3 to 2, today. The locals
scored all their runs in the third in
ning. Jlafee walked and took second
when Schmidt's grounder rolled
throuph Wagner's lesrx. Both scored
on Smith's double. Maranvllle sacri
ficed Smith to third, and the latter
scored on Rudolph's sacrifice fly.
Pittsburg I Boston
Carey.l.... 4 O 4 OOMoran.r... 4 2 1 0O
Collins. m. 4 9 4 0 0 Fltip'ck.2. 4 O 3 3 0
Johnst'n.l 3 17 t 0 Kcan.l . . . . 4 1 o 0 0
Hlnch'n.r. 4 0 1 lilMt;.m.. 3 0 1 on
Wagner. s. 4 2 2 3 1 Schmidt. 1. 3 0 14 On
Vlox.2. 1 I 1 0 smith. 3. . . 3 1 1 10
Balrd.3 4 2 O X I'.Mar n v'le.s 3 10 41
Gibson. c. . 3 0 4 0 0' iowdv c. . . 2 Oo
Cooper.p.. X 0 0 0 0 Rudolph. p. 2 0 1X0
Schang... 1 0 0 0O
Totals. 34 7 24 t li Totals.. 27 6 17 111
Batted for Gibson In ninth: batvd for
Cooper In ninth.
Pittsbursr 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 S
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 o 3 0 " 3
Huns. Carey. Vlox. Macee. Schmidt. Smith.
Two-base hit. Smith. Double plavs Flts
patrick to Schmidt; Johnston to Wagner to
Johnston. Base on balls, off Cooper 2, Ru
dolph 2. Struck out, by Cooper 3, Rudolph .
Umpires, Klgier and Hart.
riiiladelphia 4, St. Louis 3.
PHILADELPHIA. July 15. Phila
delphia won a hard-fought game from
tot. Louis in the tenth inning today,
4-3, when Stock, a pinch hitter, singled
and sent In Killifer with the winning
run. Af teT two runs had been scored
by the home team in the sixth Robin
son was taken out and Perdue waa so
slow in going to the rubber that a ball
was called by Umpire Klem. Griner
succeeded Perdue in the seventh.
St. Louis J Philadelphia
B IT O A E BHOAE
HucKins.2 4 0 0 4 0Byrne.3... 5 1 O lu
Besoher.l. 3 1 3 0 0 Bancroft. s 3 0 2 30
Mlller.l... 3 0 12 0 0 Paskert.I. . 2 2 O Ol
Butler.s.. 4 12 2 1 Becker.l.. . 2 O 1 10
Dolan.m.. 4 2 2 OOrravath.r. 4 O 0 00
Ins.r.... 5 0 1 0 l'Nlnhoff.2 . S 2 5 2 1
fleck. 3... 3 10 OOwhltted.m 3 1 3 00
Btzel.3.. 2 11 4 0 Luderua.l. 4 2 0 0 0
Snyder.o.. 3 2 5 SOBurns.c... 2 0 8 20
Roblnsn.p 3 0 O 0 0 Kllllfer.c. 2 1 2 00
Perdue.p. 0 0 0 OOliixey.p 3 0 0 .". 0
Grlner.p.. 10 1 -O'DuRey.... o O 0 OO
Jtiitock. . . . 1 1 O 0 0
Totals.. 37 M20 14 2I Totals. . .38 H 30 12 2
ITwo out when winning run scored.
Ran for Burns In seventh.
IBatted for Itixey In tenth.
SL Louis 0 00 0 3 0 0 00 03
Philadelphia 0 00 003 00 0 1 4
Kuns. Bescher. Dolan. Lone. Paskert
Cravath. Niehoff. Killifer. Two-bai.e hits,
Butler. Beck, Paskert. Whltted. Niehoff.
Three-base hit. Niehoff. Double play.
Griner t Miller. Paso on halls, off Itobln
sotj 1. off Perdue 1. off Orlner .1. off Klxey
5. Struck out by Robinson 4. bv Klxey in.
Hits, off Robinson 4 In B 2-3 Innings off
Perdue 1 In 1-3 Inning, none out In seventh;
off Uriner 5 In 4 Innings. Umpires. Klem
Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 2.
BROOKLYN. July 15. Douglas
pitched a great game today and Brook
lyn defeated Cincinnati, 4-2. Benton
was hit hard for four innings and
gave way to Ames, who held the
Superbas to one run, a homer, by
Myers In the seventh. After making
a sensational running catch of Rodg
ers' liner in the eighth. Myers was
overcome by the heat and the game
was delayed several minutes until he
recovered. Ho finished the game.
Rodgers.S 4 1 2 3 2 Mver,m.. 4 3X00
Herzog.s.. 4 O 3 4 0 O Mara.s.. 4 11X0
Wlngo.c 4 0S 1 0 Daubert.l. 4 213 In
Ki'.iifcr.I.. 4 2 1 O HWheat.I... 4 1 1 00
Groh.3... 4 2 1 3 0. Cuthaw.2. 3 10 60
Griffith. r. X O 1 0 O Stengel.r.. 3 O 1 0 0
Wirma.m. 4 1110 Getz.3 3 1111
M'llwltx.l 3 1 7 3 0 Miller.c... X 0 4 0
Benton. p. 10 110 Douglas.p. 10 14 0
Leach'... 1O00 0 .!.
A rocs, p.. . 1 o 2 5 0 "
Totals. 33 7 34 17 3' Totals. 3l j7 IT 1
Batted for Benton In fifth.
Cincinnati 0 1 1 0 00 0 0 O
Brooklyn o 1 1 1 o 0 1 0 4
Runs, Herxog. Killifer. Myers 2. Cutshaw
2. Two-base hit. Killifer. Tbree-base hits.
Killifer. Gruh. Hoim run. Myers. Stolen
baces, Herzog. Myers. Cutshaw 2. Earned
runs. Cincinnati 1, Brooklyn 3. Double play
Dauber t to Douglas. First base on errors!
Cincinnati 1. Base on balls, off Benton 1
Hits, off Benton 4 In 4 Innings, Ames 3 In
4 lnnlr.gs. Struck out, by Benton 4, Ames
1. Umpires. Qulgley and Emsile.
SECRET DRAFT TO BE 1UI.E
Majors to Take No Chances With
Feds' Grabbing Their Plajers.
CHICAGO. July 15. Reports hav
reached minor league leaders In this
section that ths "secret draft," under
which thoir players were taken Into
leagues of higher class las year, will
be in vogue again when the drafting
season re-open.. It was said here to
day. While the National Commission
has not announced that the resultsv of
the draft this year would be kept
under cover, the minor leaguers point
out that general conditions are the
same as they were last- season.
At that time, rather than let the
Federal League magnates know what
players were chosen, the awards were
all secret, until the players Involved
had signed contracts.
BBOOKFKHS BEAT BALTIMORE
Tom Seaton Goes In as Relief Box
man and Winn In Tenth Inning.
BALTIMORE. Md., July 13. Brooklyn
took the last game of the series from
Baltimore today. 4 to 2, In 10 innings,
R. H.E.I R. H. E
Brooklyn. 4 4 3;BaItimore. 2 6 1
Batteries Bluejacket, Seaton and Si
mon: Bailey and Owens.
Chicago , St. I -on Is 5.
KT. LOITIS. July 15 A ninth-inning
rally in which three runs were scored
failed to overcome Chicago's lead in
today's game and St. Louis lost 5 to 6.
R. H. E. R. H. K.
Chicago.. 6 12 3 St. I-otils.. 6 8 2
Batteries Brown and Plsher: Dav
enport, Crandall. Watson and Hartley.
Xewark 7-4, Buffalo 0-S.
BUFFALO. N. Y.. July 15. Newark
turned the tables on Buffalo today by
taking both games. 7 to 0 and 4 to 3.
Moseley was Invincible In the opening
game. In the second contest Reulbach
held the locals hitless until the eighth,
when Watson lined out a home-run and
Alien and Krapp singled. Scores:
It. H. E. R. H. E.
Newark.. 7 8 lBuffalo 0 3 2
Batteries Moseley and Rariden; La
fitte. Bedlent. Krapp and Watson.
R. H- E. R. H. E.
Newark... 4 11 OIBuffalo... 3 8 2
Batteries Reulbach and Rarlden:
Krapp. Marrhull and Blair, Allen.
ATHLETES I.EVVE FOR WEST
Easterner" to Give Exhibition In
Portland on Way to Fair.
NEW YORK. July 15 Ten of the
best amateur athletes In the East left
here to take pnrt in the National senior
track and field championships at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition. Kan Fran
cisco, next month. Several more are to
The men were in charge of Coach
Lawson Robertson. of the Irish
American Athletic Cub. Eight of them
are membvrs of the Irish-American
Athletic Clvb, and the other two are
"Ted" Meredith, Meadowbrook Athletic
Club, Philadelphia, the middle distance
champion, and Eddie Item. Mohawk
Athletic Club, of this city, the cham
The men expect to wee the Central
Western trials at Chicago on Saturday,
and. after leaving St. Paul, will give
exhibitions at Butte. Mont-: Spokane.
Wash., and Portland, Or., en route to
MOOSE WIX DECIDING G ME
Oregon City I.otlce Teams Get) Ien-
nant in C'lrauCauqua. Series.
GLADSTONE PARK. July 13. (Spe
cial.) The poorest game of the 1915
Chautauqua series today decided the
Chautauque pennant race, the Moose
of Oregon City winning the handsome
silver trophy by tho score of 11 to 1
over Clackamas. Webb and Bartholo
mew acted for the Moose, and Kecne
and Bladen were the Clackamas bat
R- H. E. R. II. E.
Moose... 11 13 "lackamas. 16 8
Chautauqua Lcmjcue ftlandlng.
W. I. r.-t
Moose 4 0 1000
Barton ....................... x 1 .7i")
Mola:la 1 - '.-JM
Clackamas 1 3 .J.'iO
Mackabura- 0 X .000
GAME WARDEX BEGINS TOUR
Mr. Sltoemaker to Visit Central and
Southwest Parts of Sta'te.
State Game Warden Shoemaker left
last night for a two weeks' trip, dur
ing which he will visit the various
game districts In the southwestern and
central sections of the state. It is
Mr. Shoemaker's Intention to familiar
ize himself with the districts of his
department, rather than make any
changes in the present running order
The new warden's first stop will be
made at Grants Pass. Part of the
trip through the central part of the
stnte will be by auto.
The arrest of a Chinese fish dealer
on Fourth street was reported at head
quarters yesterday. Deputy Clark
placed Tuck Chong under arrest for
displaying for sale sturgeon less than
four feet long. The law requires that
these fish be more than four feet long
for commercial purposes.
EASTERNER BOOSTS GRUMAN
F. G. Fox Says Boxers In New York
Are Afraid of Portland Boy.
' F. G. Fox. son of Richard K. Fox.
a well-known Eastern patron of wport,
is a Portland visitor on a tour down
the Taclflc Coast and he predicts a
great future for the Portland light
weight boxer, Ralph Oriiman.
"Dundee and all those good boys
back around New York are afraid of
Gruman," said he last night at the
Multnomah Hotel. "I really think he
will lick Freddy Welsh If the two come
together because the experts all say
Welsh Is not as good as he was a few
What tho Box Scores Show
About Players You Know.
TOM FEATON. ei-Bvfr. won for th
Hrookfeds a4.1nst paliimor. irolnr In
bm a relirf pitcher In a ciun which went
Wll'tam. tho Spokane younirstar m-lth
Cincinnati, ftlnsled once and fieid4 per
fectly at left field in hla second major
leu gue xme.
Jtne Krapp. x-Baver, alnled off Itru!
bach ana started a batfet, which, however.
failed tO Will. O.IO llulahOil itn a. n-
I the ituffedi and started the next iin.f
Newark. t,ut lust boih.
Oave Bancroft. ex-Beaver, failed to hit
f"r tho t'hl.i.es. but he ma tit a perfect
fielding averaco at short and drew one pass.
Bill Kodcers. ex-Beaver, hit once for
Cincinnati and lined out once with men on
test-9, a spectacular runnlnjr C4urh being
ne-dcd to get his drive. Bill made two
boots at ceo ml base.
Jack Graney. ex-Bearer, made two hlta
and stole a base for Cleveland.
Kip HaRerman, ex-Beaver, lost a came to
the Ked Kox t irouth tnat.illtr m field bunts
He allowed 1 hits walked one and fanned
two. He made a hit and scored a run him
self. Portland BM James. ex-Bearer, went in
as reli.f Hurler for fct. Incuts and held Wash
ington to one hit and no runs in one ln
nlriK. He fanned one an J walked one. jjt.
Iouls won the rme.
Telegraphic Sport Briefs
NKW TOHIC John K. Tener. president of
t ii National League, announced Thun
day he would go to Boston tomorrow to
fnveKil pate an assertion said to have been
tti ado by Captain Johnny Kvern, of the Bos
ton Braves. dur!nj tho progress of Tues
day's irame. reflecting on the integrity of
Baltimore The Brooklyn Federala have
a'.Rned Catcher Harry smith, recently re
leaned by the New York Nationals, i-ml; h
Joined the Brooklyn rluh here Wednesday.
Cleveland. O. J. K. Neville, of the C!ar
mont Country Club of Oakland, Cal., on his
flrt lound of the Ma fir-Id rlf eourse.
Thursday, turned In a card of 73. The par
for the course Is 72. Thirty-four of the 170
golfers expected here for the Wentem ama
teur championship, to be idnyed next week,
arrived Wednsdy and had their prelim
i . .
WHITE SOX BEATEN
Athletics' Victory Enables Red
Sox to Narrow Gap.
BOSTON DEFEATS INDIANS
ItJp llirfrnian's Inability to Klcld
Hunts CoMs Game Browns Take
Double-Header Iom Wash
ington llnl-.li Kxcltlng.
CHICAUO. July IS. Inability to hit
Bressler in the pinches today coat the
Chicago Americans the game with
Philadelphia. The visitors won. 5 to 2.
The Athletics bad little difficulty
bunching hlta off Clcotte. Kressler
held the home team to five scattered
blows and excellent support prevented
Chicago scoring oh several occasions.
Wolfgang, who succeeded Clcotte. was
unable to stop the Athletics. Score:
Philadelphia I Chicago
H M O AK R It O AK
St runk.m .
l.ajolc.2. . .
M. I tin la. 1.
I.app.e. . .
K .tif.s. . . .
S 1 OO I.flt.nM.m. 3 1 3 u
1 4 OOC.Uhn.l 1 II Oil
1 3 10 IVfivfr.i. 2 1 3 3o
5 2 2 0 E. Collins. 2 4 1 O 5 1
1 3 0 K.-urnlor.l . .-. O On
8 11 1 oj.cl!in.r. a O 4 no
2 4 " I rUTl.l.m.. 4 1 1 on
w ha. -.-. . . a
4 H'l.rk rne.3 2 n 2 on
: ,cotl.p. . 1 0 0 4 0
f-'Julnlan . . O O O O
iWnlraaiiK.p O 0 0 1 0
Totals. ..17 II 27 14 O' Tefala. . .2J 3 27 14 I
Kan for Clcotte In seventh.
Philadelphia OOO 1O2 0-0 2 S
ChlcE 0 0 O ft 0 1 1 O 0 i
Runs. STunk. Davles. Srhanc 2. Mrlnnls.
.rr. uinrnfurnp. j wo-mim lilts, hrhani;.
M.-Innl. Tbrn-liau hit. Wesver I. ..),;.
plays. Ljito to ftrhini : llr..r in i ..t
to M!nnta. Iae on t.alls. off Clcotte 2 off
lires.-ler , off Wolf can i i. Hit,, off clcotte
7 In 7 Innings, off Wo rcans 4 In 2 Inning,
(truck out. by rtre.lcr . by Clcotte
Umpires, Connolly and Wei ace.
fH. Louis 5-4, Washington 2-3.
ST. LOLIS. July 15. St. I.uls today
took a double-header from the Wash
ington Americans. S to 2 and 4 to 3.
The second name had an excitlntr fin
ish, in which Mcl'.rlde was banished
from the field. With Wnshlnirtnn two
runs In the lead In the eighth. Shotton
sincled. Austin walked and Foster fum
bled Howard's jcroundr. fillina- the
bases. foster missed Trait's fly and
thou. .n and Austin rcored. With io
balls and two strikes on Walsh, How
ard and Pratt performed a double steal.
Howard icorinz. Scores:
Washington : Ft. Louis
BHOAE1 B II O A F.
Moel!er.r. 4 S O O t Shotton r.. 4 1 o
J "iter.:. . 4 J 1 1 0 Austin.!. . 3 1X10
Milan, m.. 4 2 0 0 O lt ard.l. . I 0 0
Hhanks.1.. 4 O 1 0t Trail. 2 4 2 10
tJandll.l .. XO 2 0 Walsh. m.. 1 O 2 Ol
N-ff.I 4 12 1 O l.eary.l... 4 lit 10
H-nry.c. 2 13 1 0 Lavan.a. .. J 1 1 lo
Ilopper.p. Ill 2 Aenew.c... 41330
Arers.p... 0 V 0 1 0.-...er.p. . . 4 I 4 20
Kni-ie.p... 1 O O 10'
WU'ms.c.t 2 O 2 0 0
Alnsmtth 1 o 0 O0
Tola!. 32 24 13ol Totals.. 24 12 rT Tl 1
'Hatted for Ayera in ninth: loaded for
KMirle In sixth.
Washington 0 O O 0 0 O 3 0 2
St. I.ou.s UOOOXOl 1 i
Huns. Hopper. Mcllritie. Hhotton. Austin J.
I'ratl. Unn. Two-base hits. Koeter. Iratt 2.
1. nan. Thr'-bM hit. Austin. loub: plitt,
Tratl to Uvan to lary: Austin to Acnrw
t i I'ralt to leary: Acnew to Austin: s.ir
to Pratt. liases on bails. Ktigle 3. Slsier 1
lilts, off Ktigle I In e Innings. Hopper 4 In
2. none .ui In eighth. Aer none id 1 In
ninc. 1'mpirra. Kvuni ana ChllL
Washington St. Louis .
a i w A r.
Moeller.r .31301 Shotton. r. 4
Koiter.J.. 4 11 2 Auntin.S.. 1
Ml. an. til.. 3 3 1 OO lldnirJ. 1.. 4
Mi.-mks.l.. 4 2 2 oo I'm:.:..., 4
liundll.l.. 3 2 niWalrh.m.. 3
N-ff.:i.s. .. 4 0O ixl lar.t... S
Henry...... 3 14 I l Unn.i... 3
M Ilrl.le.s 3 o .-. 4 n Agnew.c. 3
Connolly. J 1 O 0 O Hamilton. p 2
Shaw.p... 3 1 O 3 i Sisir. . . 1
Wii'ms.. OOO 11 0 Janies.p. . n
Totals.. 33 11 2M HI 4' Totals. 2S
13 0 1
O 1 A 1
0 l a ti
1 3 3 t
n 2 O o
e 12 lu
1 1 1
1 3 2 o
u 0 2 ti
O O O li
0 0 o 0
B.itlrd for Sbsvy In ninth. Itafte.t foe
Hsmiiton In eighth.
Washington 20000100 o 3
St. Ixiuls ooninnns I
Runs. Foster. Milan. Shanks, shotton Aus.
tin. Howard. Prult. Two-base hits. S.-halH.
Moeller. Three-base hit. Foster. liouble
Plays. Larin to I'ratt to Leary, I e a ry to
I. uvan. Austin to I'ratt to I-earv. liases on
bans, off Shaw 3. off Hamilton 2 off
James 1. Hits, off Hamilton lo In 8 In
nlnKs. off James 1 In 1 Innins. Struck out
by Hamilton 3. by James 1. Umpires. Chill
Boston 4, Cleveland 3.
CLEVELAND, July IS. Haprerroan's
cungrllnp fielding- of bunts save Boston
a 4-to-3 victory over the Cleveland
Americans. Three of Itoston'a runs
were attributed to his slips. A one
hand catch by Harry of a line drive by
(Jraney cut off two runs. Score:
Cleveland I Boston
" worth. m 4 14 10 Hooper.r... 4 O 2 0 0
Chapm'n.s 4 3 0 3 o Janvrln.a.. 5 1 4 3 0
Ornney.l.. 4 2 2 oo Speaker m. 4 4 3 OO
Klrle.l 4 2 lo 8 1 tlulner.l. .. 2 ti 12 0O
Smith, r... 3 0 2 1 It l.ew !s.l. . . 3 2 O O0
Harbsre.3. 3 0 3 1 O t ".ardner.3. 4 2 140
Hoffm'n.3 10 0 10Hariy.2... 2 1 3 30
Wamb'as.2 4 1 1 3 0 Cady.c. . . . 4 2 3 2 0
O'Neill. c. 3 0 5 lUShore.p... 3 0 0 30
Hag'm'n.p 3 1 O S 0
klschen.. 1 0 O 0 u
Totals.. 34 10 27 17 1 Totals. .31 12 27 Ti 0
Cleveland 0OKO02O1 o 3
Boston 00000301 O I
Huns. Snuthworth. Chapman, Hagerman.
Speaker 2. tJalner, Um. Rarned rur.s
Cleveland 3, Boston S. Two-base hit. Onrd
ner. stolen base, :raney. Loub;e plays.
Smith unassisted Ttarry to Gainer. Bases
on balls, off Hagerman 1. off Shore 2.
Struck out. by Ha term an 3. by Shore 2.
First baae on error. Boaton 1 L'mplrea,
NaJlIn and L!neen.
rvrtrucLUB texxis sciikduled
Was-erley, Multnomah, Westmore
land and IrTlngton Enter Teams.
Another Inter-club tennis tournament
between the Waverley Country Club.
Multnomah Club. Westmoreland Tennis
Club and Irvlngton Club will be held
on the Waverley courts tomorrow aft
ernoon, starting; at 1:30 o'clock. The
previous event ended in a tie between
Multnomah Club and the Irvlnaton
Club, but at a meeting; of the repre
sentatives yesterday It was decided to
throw out the matches and start anew.
Before the Honoyman trophy may
become the permanent property of any
certain club It must be won on two
occasions. Should a tie result in to
morrow's play, all the matches again
will be discarded. Three tournaments
have been scheduled betwen the clubs.
Waverley Country Club will be rep
resented by Wells. Nurrls. Wakeman.
Kearns and Wilder: Irvlncton Club
will have Gon. Shives. Tarylor. Mob
son and Morton: .Multnomah Club has
entered Kwlnp. McAlpln. F. Smith,
Miner and Wlckersham. while Scudder,
Kaillnir. Kinkaid. Wright and Lance
field will look after the Westmore
land end of It.
Muzainas to Try New Trails.
For their week-end outing; the
Mazamas and friends will leave Union
Station at 7 P. M. Saturday and (CO to
Multnomah Falls. Camp will be made
near the Falls. Sunday a leisurely
ascent of Larch Mountain will be made
over the newly finished tralL The
descent will be by the new Benson
trail past Wankeemah Falls, on Cor
don Creek. The party will be Back In
I'ortland about 7 P. M.
Hi W9t and I.a Hoy Hcleasd.
SAX FRAVCISCO. July 15. Hiram
West and "Chief La Roy, pitchers,
have been srlven notices of their re
lease, and "Dutch' Reuther, a member
See the Big Values
Remember this I seltvithout the profit that pays for
high srround-floor rent, iuge electric siffns, swell fixtures
and window displays. I We on these overhead expenses
and put it in the clothes you buy.
Pants at $2.50; $3.00 and $3.50
Portland's Original Upstairs Clothier
315-16-17 Oresonian Blfc. Elevator to 3d Floor
until recently or the Victoria North
western Uruf team, haa been aiffned
by the Salt Uk baseball team of the
I'aclflc t'oant laguf, according to an
Klylrur Hluorook. Hurts Sportsman.
BAKKll. Or.. July 15. (Special.)
Hit ua rely in tne face by a clay
MKcon Just released with full force
from the tmp. Charles La. Wilson, a
member of the FMajtant Valley Gun
Club, at Pleasant Valley, la aerloualy
hurt. The trap was accidentally
tiprunf? and tl:e clay pigeon waa re
leased. Wilson's left cheek and eya
were cut .severely.
Anjrel Sln Catcher Hasslcr.
I-OS AN'CJELtsS, Cal.. July 15 John
Bansler. a younir catcher, formerly
with the Cleveland American Leajcue
club, aicned with the Los Xnpeles
Coant Uacuo team today.
COl.T vriA PAUIC p Tadlna the In4e-I.Tii-lent
b.-!.H lru of lortint
with two wins and no d feat. Tho
n-xt same wi:i t- played Sunday afternoon
acalnt the lanlnmula icirfcition. i'o:.
t'har:-- Moor, es-l'ar.flt- t..t UiKJIr,
has hla p. -r out threo times a. e. k Bt
ilug them into tho b-t poa:ble condiuon.
Watch fobs and a larco trophr -
to ili wmntnr team In the lndrp4ndtit
'f'. th me'lu. Mtni of w htcn ma
In .pt:ater. Mni Coiifn. of t!.e Sumt
liar .Store. mt one of the r;l-knon fol
lowers of amateur port In Orison, as well
as 1'trt ;-tn-l. l u offered a lo neater t.
the .lacr making tho most h:ta in recular
leasuo contests and a i pair of bai.eh.ui
shrx-a to tho pltrlur lih the mot atrike
outs. Superior f!e!dtnc. pl;ehinc and all-arond
"rk on the part of the M-Mlnnllie Velo
bans waa ri,'on.)iil- for the 3-to- defeat
of tho Nilfu Senators at isalem last iSun
iajr. The Kama tna.le the twentieth one
for the Yeloban and 19 of them have heeii
victories, so now they are ojen for dates
with any fast amateur or pemi-pro. nine In
Cre.n. Jitnrnie Klrhardoii. of lort;nd.
umpired the Yelohan-ixriiatur vara iunda.
It took ten Inclnts for the i;i;bert Whit
Jox to tr'm tho Kietsrhner. Maer & Com
pany reprcs ii'.atlvea 4 to 3 at liilbert sta
tion la.t utMia. The hlte Soi are
scheduled to play the Ames. Harris e N
1IIe ronttncnt next Surnl a . wiillo tho
week fo!l'jwin Manacer liedman Is slated
to pit his team against tho Crane & Com
piny ntno at lionnevllle.
Tho rano A Company had little troublo
In winning; tho championship of tie Com
mercial Ieasuo In I'ortUind. wir.n.nit every
game plaved during tne season. The mat oh
a werk from Suiuiay is tho feature attrac
ts at tho big pl-nl-.
White Sox Urandt-lledman) 4 K 4
Kleischner-Maer tMeri akl-Uanley ) Z a 4
Already football la Infevt ing the Colum
bia 1'ark Athletic Club. Mike hloch. last
year one of the Col am Ma l'ntveri: y star
tackles, has offered his erwee to ih
1'sra eleven during tho season of 1 11 5-ltt
and from all accounts, several member ot
tho collegians will try out for positions.
The Columbia Park Athletic "luh feels in
debted to the Columbia tnlvt rlt y bee a use
last year the athletic club, through Presi
dent ltoland and Coach Csllicrate, of the
I'nl verslty. received the use of the coliseum
during a two weeks cold spell.
Manager H. O. Page, of the fnlverslty
of Chicago baseball team, will have his
r-astern play era In Portland oo August 11
to meet tho Portland Heavers. Efforts had
been made to hook up with ims local ama
teur or semi-pro. nine, but this was found
Impossible The Vnlveraity of Chicago Is
on tour of tho Western Slope and la out
for baseball games. Manager Page would
like to arrange two games bet w-een I'ort
land and beat tie. Any out -of -town man
ager wishing to tackle the colleclana writ
to htm Immediately in cr of the L'nl
versU of CbUago, HL The tour will be
started soon and all arrangements must
be made by the ralUdlo of next week.
Johnny porden will not he able to wear
a Columbia Park baneball suit for a week
or two more. as Lr. Pot ton. Johnny
received a bsd strain In hla pitching arm
recently and Captain liudley is afraid lo
take any chancea by having him work out
The Foresters of America defeated the Al
bert Brothers, S to 2, on tho Kulton Park
grounds last Sunday. G. Schwartz, for tho
winners, struck out IT men and allow ed
but four singles. Shearer, at short, and
Johnson. In tho field, both ex-Washlngtoo
High School athletes, featured with the
fielding sensations of the day. Park and
Lanka worked agalr.it Schwarts and Peter
son. e e
The First Prosbyterian Church aggrega
tion won the championship of the West
Side Church Hasebalt Uaui by defeating
the First Msthodlsh Church. to 4. on
Multnomah Kleld. IX Itosco Permbtn and
Dr. Schmltt. for the winners, -were the bis
stars of the gathering.
Efforts are being made to bring the
Nor t hw ester n Nat: or al liank and th First
Presbyterian Church teams together In a
championship gajne. One heads the Hank
ers Ueagua and the other the church cir
cuit. The title contest Is be ink booked for
the Vaughn-street rrounds a week from to
morrow. e e
Paul A dama, well-known track and fleM
athlete, of the Washington Hlch School In
1 112 and It 13. returned yesterday from
Baker Theater, Fridav Eveninff, Julv 16
Sharp at 9 P. M.
BEN BORDSENvs. JESSWESTERGARD
Weight 195. Champion of India
and the Far East.
For the Heavyw eiffht Championship of the
Good Preliminaries Ladies Specially Invited
Prices Stage, $2.00. Reserved, first 10 rows, $1.50; balance
lower floor, 51.00. First 3 rows balcony, fl.50; balance, $1.00.
First 6 rows gallery, 75c; balance 50c. SeaU on sale at Schiller's.
Stanford Vntverslty. h wi.l remain In
Portland a couple of weeks vihttii: friends
and relatives before returning to school la
An Eastern frenbrran has returned tf
Portland. He Is Adoph Priedvnthsl. now
attending comeil t'ni er sit v but until ".at
rail a . adet at the Utll i,:nrv Acarfemv
f Portland. Ad has been having a great
time seen.g the. vaiioua athn.- gs-r-es .n
the Kaatern section of the I r.it. d :stes,
but he says he la glad to be back amng
old frirncs a.alii.
Manager of the P.rt:ard News
p-. making big tMngs oui .f h s tram.
Abo Poplck had to give up the manners
poeltlon s he hasn't enou;U time to rie
vot ta tho game. As it 1. Abe Is d'vr.g
sit he can to make a winn.ng c-mMna: i--a
since he brought pat Hlds e an-i M ke 1
Clcco from the South I'ortland tram to
newsdealers. IDdt-lle Is a :ar piteber. and
Mike, when noi homing dn i!T!i tae.
Is making the opri-smg ri-;d-rs tun thrm
solves "to death" after his hits.
Answer to Qtiorl-.
Q. There was or.e man c'nw n arri
one on teond. also c-n third. Tii
hatter struck out mrkin the yrt-nd
out. The catcher Ihirkms thst there
'ere three dwn tcsssed the bill t n th
pitcher and started to tAke oT hi
maok. Tho ba.se runner on reeon d
thlnklnp; tliat there m-ere three tiown
started to walk throuch the di.-imond
from second to home but when lie jcot
alonsr about the pitcher's box he vm
arnet It waa only two down und rn
straight back to second. Xn attempt
was made to throw the ball to on 1
but the umpi re ra lied t ho runner tx
second out. Was the runn om?
ALKKEH IVI'HAM. CiatKn.e. r.
A. The runner wan yifc, lr no jt
tempt was made to put him out.
Q. Is it essential that the catcher
t:i? a runner coming home from third
with the ball in Ms ungloved hand?
Isn't the man out If he touches h:r.i
with tho r loved hand holding the ball?
.V. Yes. he in nut
"GOING 10 SPEND . S35
FOR A SUIT. JIM? WHY
THAT WILL PAY FOR A
VACATION. TOO, IF YOU
BUY YOUR SUIT OH
"I had just that mut h. n-.yxplf. svhrn
I was planning oi:t my money, and
when I came b:i.-k from CUICHRVS
with a dandy Suit. I .tili h;id cnoucH
for a mighty ni-e vacation.
"I teil you. Jim. I'd look at 13. a
pretty lon time before I'd Mow it
for a Suit all in one bunch! It's no
way at all to do. when 1'HKKRY'S
have tint M'trndid IN.TALLMKNT
Jo up to CHKItUY'S on WashlnR-ton
Pt. today, or somo time nevt week,
and pick out a suit from the racks of
beauties theyil show you.
Then go and have a tearing jroort
time on your vacation, alia when you
coma back to town with a nood co:it
of tan and a nifty n-w tfuit. you'll
be so improved In looks that no ono
will know you. The installment
payments CHEliliY'S arrange witn
their patrons are always easy to take
Their place is in the Pittock Block.
3S9-3S1 WHshinclun St.. and tViey are
open till 10 o'clock Saturday eveninc
Cheap Fishing Tackle
is always mighty poor economy. Try
ing to save a few rents on the cost of
your tackle will often spoil a trip
which cost a number of dollars.
We are headquarters for ereo'thinsT
in Rood, dependable Fishing Tackle.
i3 More ton U-.1. Rl 1st ti2nd St a
Vrarn fa Suim br ,FW' Eij.Isi
Fsjicr, 36. r - - rt .
AYVAD MAVF'C CO, M.b.K. N. J.
'! Weight 200. Claimant of the
I heavyweight championship of
U the xrorld.