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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. FRIDAY. JULY 30, 1913.
TO DEFAULT TITLE
Tennis Champion Unable
Work Kinks Out of
TYLER PLAYS AND QUITS
Protest at Belated Kntry Causes Spo
kane Champion to lietire Mrs.
Northup Wins From Mrs. Har
ridan Wickersliam Victor.
BY- KOSCOE FATVCETT.
Unless some osteopathic miracle oc
curs there will be no challenge round
for the state men's singles tennis cham-
pionsmp loiiowmg the tourney now
nearing a close on the Irvington courts.
L. K. Kichardson, present state cham
pion, announced yesterday that he
would have to default his title to the
winner of the finals because of his bad
Champion Richardson wat out yes
terday trying to work the kinks out
of his sprained ankle, but the kinks
refused to be ironed away.
, "I'm afraid I'll have to give it up,
Bald he. "Footwork is almost as im
portant in tennis as the arm work, and
I find I cannot navigate very well on
one foot. I received the injury at Sell
wood Park when I stepped into & bad
hole in the grass about lu feet back of
Day Foil of Features.
cnampion .Kichardson s announce
ment, the disqualification of Joe Tyler,
of Spokane, a late entry, after he had
taken on and defeated three opponents
an one day. and the defeat of Mrs. . E.
Harrigan. by Mrs. W. I. Northup in the
women's singles, were the outstanding
features of yesterday's play at the
Twenty-second and Thompson - street
Officials of the Irvington Club tried
to straighten out the misunderstanding
resaroing . lyiers non-appearance on
opening day. Players with whom he
Jiad been scheduled agreed to playoffs,
and these were crowded into the pro
gramme thick and fast yesterday. The
.inland Empire champ downed Hees
then AlacVeagh and finally Shives. In
the meantime protests were lodged at
the irregularity of his entry. In the
face of these Tyler picked up his duds
and left the courts.
In the men's singles Brandt Wicker
sham cleaned up Claire Shannon, 6-2.
o-j, and ir he succeeds in downing J
B. Edgar today he will meet the win
ner ot the V olfard- Jones match for
the right to enter the finals.
In the lower half Lieutenant Hobson
eliminated A. D. Wakeman, 6-4, 6-2,
and if he succeeds in defeating M. O.
Frohman today he will tackle on of
the two California cracks. Johns or
Marcus, for the right to enter the
finals. One of the San Franciscans will
be eliminated in this round, as they are
located under the same brackets.
Dope seems to figure Wickersham to
defeat Catlin Wolfard in the upper
half and H. V. D. Johns is the favorite
in the lower half.
Women's Play Near finals.
Four matches were played' in the
women'B singles second round, Mrs.
Korthup's defeat of Mrs Harrigan, 6-3,
6-8. a-6, being fast and furious. Miss
Stella Fording eliminated Miss Mabel
Ryder an will play Mrs. Northup for
the right to enter the finals. In the
upper half the semi-finals will be
played between Miss Mayme McDonald,
of Seattle, and Miss Claire Tucker, of
Medford, a University of California
The winner of the finals will meet
Miss Sara Livingstone, of Seattle, state
champion, in the challenge round.
Champion Livingstone is out at the
courts every day watching, proceed
Men's singles, third round Brandt Wick
ersham beat Claire Shannon, 6-2, 6-2; Cat
lin Wolfard beat A. V. Norris. 6-1, 6-4; H.
Jones beat Grant Ware. 6-1, 6-3; M. O.
Frohman beat F. E. Veness, 6-0, 0-7, 6-1;
Lieutenant Hobson beat A. IX Wakeman,
Women's singles. second round Miss
Mayme McDonald beat Miss Alice Tucker,
default; Miss Claire Tucker beat Miss Lor
raine Hasselo. 0-1. 10-S; Mrs. W. I. Northup
beat Mrs. P. B. Harrigan. 6-3, 6-8, 8-6: Miss
Stella Fording: beat Miss Mabel Ryder.
Men's doubles, first round Barber-Doer-ing
beat Wilson-Anderson, 6-3, 5-7, tt-tl:
Kincaid-Klncald beat Wit here 11 -Jones, 5-7,
R-l. 6-4; Kearns-Clark beat Edgar-Shives,
6-2: Byrd-Ware beat Sten-Turner, 6-2,
6-2; Heustis-Kirk beat DuBols-Perclval, de
fault; Shannon -Wakeman beat Oberdoefer
Brooks, default; Ptase-Mlnor beat Kurts
BesgJ, 3-6, 6-0, C-4; Hobson-Taylor teat
Skinner-Gray. C-4. 6-3: Andrews-Smith beat
E ins-Morton, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2; Rees-Foster
beat Ros3-Hawley, 6-4, 6-0: second round,
Barber-Doerine beat Kincaid-Kincald,
Mixed doubles, first round Miss Livingstone-Smith
beat Miss J ackson-Lancef ield,
6-3. 6-3; Miss Colllns-Goss beat Miss Slot-boom-Durham,
default: Miss Johnson-Johns
beat Mrs. Northup-Andrews. 6-3. 1-6. 6-4;
Miss C. Tucker-Wakeman beat Miss McDon-ald-Byrd.
1-6, 6-4. 6-3; Miss Stafford-Wick -ersham
beat Miss Campbell-Swing. 4-6.
Women's doubles, first round Misses
Ryder and Hasselo beat Misses Johnson and
Jackson. 6-2. 6-2.
9 A. M. Norris and Wickersham vs. Goss
and Wolfard: Byrd and Ware vs. Heustls
and Kirk; Kelly Rees vs. William Marcus;
Mrs. W. I. Northup vs. Miss Stella Fording.
1 A. M. A. S, Frohman vs. Lieutenant
Hobson; Rees and Foster vs. Brown and
T.ancefield; Andrews and Smith vs. Humph
rey and MunROrl Pease and Minor vs. Red
field and Frohman; Miss Mayme McDonald
Vo. Miss Claire Tucker.
11 A. M. Kearns and Clark vs. winner of
Norris and Wickersham vs. Goss and
Wolfard: Catlin Wolfard vs. H. Jones: H.
Van Dyke Conns vs. winner of Rees vs.
Marcus; Miss Hasselo and Shannon vs.
Miss Ryder and Ware.
1 P. M. Shannon and Wakeman vs. Johns
and Marcus; Cameron and Lewis vs. Hob
son and Taylor; Miss Hoffman and Red
field vs. winner of Miss Hasselo and Shan
non vs. Miss Ryder and Ware.
2 P. M. Winner of Frohman vs. Hobson
vs. winner of Johns vs. winner of Marcus vs.
Rees: John B. Edgar vs. B. H. Wickersham;
final in ladies' singles winner of Mrs.
Northup vs. Miss Fording vs. winner of
Miss McDonald vs. Miss Tucker.
3 P. M. Winner of Hobson and Taylor vs.
Cameron and Lewli vs. winner of Pease and
Minor vs. Redfieid and trohman; winner
of Barber and Doering vs. Kearns and Clark
vs. winner of Wickersham and Norris vs.
- Goss and Wolfard; Mrs. Stafford and Miss
. Tucker vs. Miss Hoffman and Miss Burns;
Miss Frohman ana Miss Tucker vs. Miss
McDonald and Mrs. Harrigan.
4 P. M. Winner of Andrews and Smith
; vs. Humphrey and Munger vs. winner ot
Brown and Lantefield vs. Rees and Foster;
t Miss Frohman and Myrris vs. MUs Tucker
.and Frohman: Miss Campbell and Miss Llv
lngstone vs. Mrs. Ncrtnup and Miss Fording:
Mrs. Harrigan and Marcus vs. winner of Miss
Hoffman and Redfieid vs. winner of Miss
Hasselo and Shannon vs. Miss Ryder aad
Z p. M. winner or Byrd and Wan vs.
Huestis and Kirk vs. winner of Shannon and
-Wakeman vs. Johns and Marcus; winner of
Edgar vh. Wickersham vs. winner of Wolfard
5 P. M. Miss Johnson and Johns vs. win
' ner of Miss Frohman and Norris vs. Mlas
Tucker aud Frohman.
Horsc&Iioc Team Challenges.
Members of the Lincoln Park horse
shoe team are claiming the champion
ship and would like to hear from other
teams in Portland, as well as the Van
couver aggregation. Write D. K. Brace
587 Flanders street, or phone Main
'67 bl in the. mornings.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA GIRL WHO HAS RACQUETED
HERSELF INTO SEMI-FINALS OF STATE TENNIS
TOURNAMENT AT IRVINGTON COURTS.
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RAGES ARE RUN IN MUD
BEST HORSES KOT KXTERED BE
CAUSE OF SLIPPERY TRACK.
Tommy Murphy Drives Jean to Victory
in 2:22 Pace, and Peter Farr to
Fore in 2:15 Pace at Detroit.
DETROIT, July 29. Because of the
slippery condition of the track, own
ers of horses entered in the M. & M.
110,000 stake this afternoon refused to
take chances with their horses In the
mud, and the feature event again was
postponed. Other races on the grand
circuit programme were run off, how
GeeTs won his first race of the week
with Guy Nella in the 2:10 trot. In the
first heat Lulu Lumine beat Guy Nella
by a nose. In each of the next three
heats Guy Nella lay back with the
field until the stretch was reached and
then went to the front.
The 2:11 pace went five heats. Hal
Connor, after breaking twice, won the
first heat In impressive fashion. There
after his unsteadiness . kept him in1
trouble and the best he could do was
a division of second and third money
with Dustless McKinney. Clare Walker
finished second in two heats and won
the other three. Under the point sys
tem, Dustless McKinney, with no firsts,
shared in the money ahead of Rex
Heart, winner of the third heat
Tommy Murphy had a good day, win
ning the unfinished 2:22 . pace In
straight heats with Jean, and driving
Peter Farren to a straight-heat victory
in the 2:15 pace. Summary:
2:22 pace, three in five, purse S1000 (one
heat Tuesday :
Jean. b. m. by Floska (Munh 111
Hedgewood Patchen. ch. g. (McDonald) 2 2 3
Lady Aubrey, b. m ISnedeker) 4 3 2
Also started Grace Ongale (Squires).
Marriott, b. m. (Marvin), Hal Plex E.
(Gears). Time 2:10V4, 2:14Vi. 2:144.
2:ll-pace. three in five, purse SlOvu:
Clara Walker, ch. m., by Early
(Cox) 2 12 11
Hal Connor, br. h (Geers) 1 2 4 4 3
Dutless McKinney. b. h
(Murphy) 3 4 3 2 2
aisj started K Heart (Valentine)
Present Queen (McAllister), Fleeta Dillon
(Shuler). Time 2:11 hi. 2:15. 2:12ii, 2:13,
2:15 pace, three In five, purse H0O0:
Peter Farren. b. h by Peter The
Bud Elliott, br. g (Geers)
Little Director, br. k (Valentine)
Also started Willie Caffee (Snow),
E. (McAllister). Crescent Simmons
Hahon). Time 2:14(4. 2:13, 2:14H.
2:10 trot, three In five, purse $1UuO:
Guy Nella, It. m.. by Guy Ax
1 1 1
2 2 2
4 3 3
worthy (Geers) 2 111
Lulu Lumine, b. m (Murphy) 12 3 4
Lizzie Brown, b. m (Snow) 3 3 2 2
Also started Laramie Lad (McDonald).
Baby Doll (CJulnn). Captain Cacada IMc
Mahon), Fair Virginia (Cox). Time 2:12.
2:11, 2:11, 2:12
Divide second and third money.
City League Notes.
If rivalry does much to enliven a baseball
came, the second game to be staaed in the
City League next Sunday at Twenty-fourth
and Vaughn streets between the Piedmont
Maroons and East Side Redmen should be
hummer. The Sellwood Dingbats and
West Side Monarchs will do battle in the
first encounter, which will start at 1:30
Alec Donaldson on the mound for the East
Slders. will oppose "Jude" Moreland. who
goes to Halt Lake City soon. "Frisco" Ed
wards will receive Donaldson's offerings with
Chubby AT' ttartnolemy handling the big
mitt for the Maroons. Maxmeyer and New
man will oppose Murphy and Bleeg. who
will be on the points for the Monarchs.
When Catcher John Shea's hand was In
jured a few weeks ago, putting him out of
he game. Manager Randall, of the Red-
men, was forced to shift Leo Edwards, wno
had been starring as an outfielder on :h
McMinnvllle, Or., club, behind the rubber.
Since that time the East . Slders have not
been defeated and are now leading the
league. Edwards caught but. few games
previously and City League fans think that
he found the position where he can "go."
Secretary Harry M. Grayson has ass4rned
Umpires Alex Cheynne and Ed. Rankin to
handle next aunaay s games. ttanKin win
call balls and strikes in the first encounter
with Cheynne on the bases, the officials al
ternating for the second affair.
With the return of Phil Nadeau and "Col
lie" Druhot to the city, two more veterans
are listed with the City League. Viles Net-
Eel and Eddie Kennedy, of the Maroons;
Gordon Brown Sid Ray Hlnkle, of the Red
men: Nadeau and Ray Kennedy, of the
Dingbats: Druhot. Chlldera. Newell and Mur
ray, of the iionarcns, comprise me ota
heads" of the circuit. These veterans are
tachlng the younger members of the various
teams a lot oi smart DaseDan.
I . .
There Is a pretty race on for batting hon
ors. Bogart. of the Maroons, is the real
leader of the league, hitting .3R5 In 14
games. Hlnkle. of the Reds. Is batting at
a .364 clip in the same number of contests,
while Captain Murray, of the West Sldera,
is batting .330 in the same number of starts.
Ed Kennedy, of Piedmont, has a percentage
of .274 for 13 encounters, and Luckey. Eaat
Side gardener, boasts of a .270 mark for 14
games. Smith and Garner, of SeIlood, are
hitting more than .400 per cent in six and
three j-amcs. respectively.
Manager" G. R. Grayson, of Piedmont, is
back from Newport, after a 10-day sojourn
at the beach. George is pleased at the show
ins; made by hut club durina his absence.
The team won three straight cames. etl-
wood. West Hide and Vancouver. Wash.(
DAVIS AVILIi REMAIN" IX CITV
Inficldcr Xot Able to Play at Voa
Angeles, Says Judge McCredie.
Bobby Davis will remain In Fort-
land until the Beavers come home
again, despite a report from the south
that McCredie had sent for him. 'Teitber
Davis nor Judgo McCredie attaches any
importance to the story sent out by
the I8 Angeles papers, as no word
has been heard from Manager Valt.
"Davis would not have been sent
even had Walter sent for him," said
Judge McCredie yesterday. "He is not
in shape to play ball and will not be
until the team gets back, if he is then."
Davis played last Sunday with the
Piedmont City League club and was
unable to get around very well or run
JOE GEDEO.V, BEE PLAYEH, ILL
Salt Lake Infielder Threatened With
Pneumonia at His Home.
SACRAMENTO, Cal, July 29. (Spe
cial. )Joe Gedeon. the Sacramento boy.
who is playing second base for the
Salt Lake Bees, is confined to bed at
the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs.
V. R. O'Brien, threatened with pneu
monia. Gedeon's baby girl died a few days
ago and he came to Sacramento to bury
her. while here he caught a bad cold,
and this, combined with the shock of
his loss, has resulted in an - Illness
which, while not yet serious, threatens
to develop into a long siege. His wife
is at his bedside.
Sellwood Defeats Lincoln Park.
In a fast game of basketball last evening
at Lincoln Park, a team representing Sell
wood defeated Lincoln park, 9 to '2. The
Lincoln boys not unly waited 4. minutes
for' the Sellwood players, but gave them
one of their own men, who proved his worth
by scoring four of their nine points. Popple
starred for the winners, while Bauer and
Harding played the best ball for the losers.
The game may be protested, since It is said
the Sellwood team is not a park team, but
Sellwood Y. M. C. A. players. Brace, of
H. V. D. Johns, one of the California
boys, says both Marcus and he are used to
asphalt courts, but the clay doesn't seem
to bother them any. "Asphalt is a little
faster, in my judgment, said Johns.
H. V. D. Johns is 111 years old and Will
iam Marcus is about 2.
Some of the spectators have been a- bit
careless about walking about during the
progress of the matches. O. P. Morton re
fused to play two or three times riurtng his
match with vvoirara until the gallery was
Young Mortimer Brown has the "winning
smile" and it is a pleasure to watch him
work. If success doesn't go to his head he
Is bound to become a great tennis player.
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
Boston. . .
r.O :;S .iCH Chicago. 43 4 j ..Wit)
48 41 .S:SU New York. . 414:.4Ss
47 44 .."'l'ist. t-ouls 44 49 .47.;
45 44 .olHi.Clncinnall. . 52 .40tf
Chicago. . . .
Detroit. . . .
Chicago. . . .
57 33.A4J.Kew York...
f7 34 .ei'ti .-I. Louis
58 3." .61 5 Cleveland. .
4t 45 .iOO.I'hlla
.'.2 3 .57Vewark
53 :iii .576 Brooklyn
41 46 .4X1
V.i 54 .4117
3.1 5(1 .:t8.1
51 0U .341
46 41 .32D
44 53 .404
6l 41 -54'.l Buffalo
4$ 42 .iJu, Baltimore. .
60 30 .eoa vancouver. .
57 4S .54:1 a. berdeen. . .
53 51 .510. Victoria
42 .14 .4:18
SU LKuls. .
32 it .352
Tacoma . . .
Seattle.. . .
4T St .445
46 5! .4::s
45 57 .441
St. Paul 54 40 .574 t-oulsvllle 4S4A.5I1
Indlanapolla 42 00, Milwaukee.
Kansas City 51 41 .52i Cleveland. .
Minneapolis 50 45 .506 Columbus. .
4:i 4'.t .4-J7
41 4'. .45t)
36 58 .37U
Weal era League.
Des Moines. 59 3:1 .tWTXJr.coln.. . . .
Denver.... 5- 38 .57 Omaha. . . . .
Topeka 47 4 .516 Wichita
Sioux City.. 49 47 .6101st. Joseph. .
45 4 I .506
4.1 46 .50
37 S4 .407
37 55 .402
American Association Milwaukee Z, Co
lumbia 1. No others.
Western League Wichita 3, Omaha 4:
&loux City 5, Topeka 8: Di Moines 4. Lin
coln 1; Denver I, St. Joseph 6.
Where the Teams Play Today,
Pacific Coast League Portland vs. Vernon
at Los Angeles: Los Angeles at Salt Lake;
San Francisco at Oakland.
How the Herle. Stand?
Pacific Coast League Vernon 2 games.
Portland 1 game; 1-os Angeles 3 games. Salt
lake no game: ban r rancisco J games,
Oakland 1 game.
Beaver Batting Averaaes.
Ah. H. Av.j All. II. Av.
Bates 3-'0 lo .KS I Derrick.. . 436 loT .245
Fisher... ".7 4 .324 Kvans 4. 10 .2:1 2
Ktuinpt.. 447 144 .822 Krause 71 16 .225
Sprai 31 1H5 ..'Xi211,uah JS 13 .224
Hlllvard. 255 71 .27.Mc Ardle. . 7 13.104
Carisch.. 17S 5 .27! Kahler . . . 25 4 .!
?k.er S3 2.2T2Iligg !-5 11.129
Davis... snn S7 .23n-oveIe!klB IS S.l"
CarltBle.. 41S 107 .250.Hammond 1 0.000
PHILS BEAT CARDS
Mayer Is Puzzle to St. Louis,
While Quakers Hit Griner.
PIRATES CHECK DODGERS
Wagner's Home Ran With Bases
Full Pats Game on Ice Kagan
Gets Credit for Double Victory
of Braves Over Cincinnati.
ST. IX) CIS. Mo., July 29. Griner was
hit freely today while Mayer was a
puzzle for the locals, and the Phila
delphia Nationals won 3 to 1. Each of
the visitors' extra base hits paved the
way for a run. Snyder's double in the
seventh saved Su Louis from a shut
out. Long followed with another
double, scoring Dolai who ran for
bnyder. The score:
Philadelphia I Et. Louls
B H- O A E!
Bancroft. w 1 1 3 ljnescher.1 ..
Byrne.:!... 4 0 0 2 O.Hussins.2.
B H O A E
3 0 10 0
2 0 3 3 0
4 012 00
Mayer. p.. 2
1 2 O U MIIItr.l . . .
1 O O oi Wilson. m.
8 2 2 o ."inyder.c. ..
1 3 0 OiDolan.V . .
1 111 3 UUonulu,c
2 7 1 0Long-.r. . . .
1 X 1 O Hutler.s...
Heck. 3. . . .
4 0 3 0 0
O 0 0
O 0 0
a o o
3 O 0
O U 0
O 2 O
0 0 0
0 0 0
Totals. .34 11 27 12 0 Totals. .2 4 27 12 0
'Ran for Knyder in seventh. Batted for
Beck in elshth. xBatted lor Hucsms la
Philadelphia 00010101 0 3
St. Louis 00000010 0 1
Runs. Cravath. Nlehoff. Whltted, Dolan.
Two-base hits. Snyder 2, Cravath. Long.
Three-base hits, Whltted. Becker. biolen
base. Whltted. Touble play, Butler to Huff
sins to Miller. Baas on balls, oft Mayer 1.
off Griner 2. Hits, off Griner 10 In 8
lnnlnss. none out in 9th: off Perdue 1 In 1
innlns. Struck out, by Mayer tf, by Griner 1.
Wild pitch, Urlner. Umpires, Qulffley and
Boston 10-7, Cincinnati 5-6.
CINCINNATI, July 59. Pitcher Ragan
won. two games for the Boston Na
tionals today by defeating Cincinnati
10 to 5 In the first and 7 to S In the
second. Ragan was taken out of the
first game at the end of the fourth
inning when Boston was in the lead.
In the second game he was put In after
Davis had allowed five hits and four
runs. The first game was an easy
victory for Boston, but the second was
an up-hill fight. Cincinnati having a
five-run lead at the beginning of the
fifth inning. In the fifth Boston made
four runs oft a base on balls, three
doubles ant a single. They scored three
more in the seventh when they were
presented with three bases on balls and
all three scored on Schmidt's double.
Boston I Cincinnati
B II O A El B H OAK
Moran.r. . 4 t Z 1 0 Croh.3. ; .. i 1 o 10
Kvers.I ! 2 O t 0;Herzug.s.. X 1 1 3 0
Kltz'lck.:. 1 1 I 0 0 Wagner.s.. 110 10
Connolly. 1 2 9 3 o o Rolgers.2. 4 0 3 40
h.gan.l o u 1 O0K.lllifer.m 3 1 2 O
Mas.ee. m.. 3 0 3 0 0, Learn. m .. O U III!
Schmidt. 1 4 lO 0 1 Griffith. r. 4 S 4 0 0
Smith, 3... 4 1 O 0 0 VVlngo.e. . 4101
Mar'n'le.s 4 11 I 0 Williams. I 4 1 & 1
Whaling, o SIS 0 Moll Hz.l 1 1 OU
Kagan.p.. 1 0 0 O 0Vun Kol's.l 10 10 0
Hughes. p. 2 0 O 0 0 Dal. p.... 110 10
lyler-. ... 1 0 0 0 O.l.ear.p. ... 0 O O 00
IMcCl sky.p 2 0 0 0 0
Totals. 311127 ? Totals. Is t 27 11 1
Batted for Ragan in fifth.
Boston 1 0 2 0 1 0 9 01
Cincinnati 0 0200100 2
Kuns, Moran 1. Evers 2. Magee. Schmidt.
Smith. Maranviile. Whaling. Grot.. Griffith,
Williams, Dale. MeClosky. Two-base hits.
Moran. Smith. Fltzpatrlck. Maranviile.
Three-base hits. Evens. Whaling. Moran.
Groh, Williams. Stolen bases. Herz&g,
Maranviile, Moran 1. Fltzpatrlck. Wagner.
Double plays, H;rxog to ltodgers to Moll-
wlts 2: Moran to Schmidt: Williams to
Wingo. Base on balls, off Dale 4. Lear :.
MeClosky 1. Hits, off Ragan 4 in 4 innings.
off Dale S In 4 1-5; off Hughes In t: off
Lear 2 In 2-S. off McCiosky 4 In 4. Hit
by pitcher, by Hughes, Killlfer. Struck out,
by Ragan 1, Dal 1, Lear 1. Umpires, Klem
Boston I Cincinnati
11 ( A r. S H UAU
4 11 OUGroh.3.... i O 3 1U
2 1 0 2 0Hcrzog.l.. 3
O 0 0 1 o Itorio-rs.2. 4
3 10 0 0 Kll!i'r.m-l 3
2 0 1 0 0.W agner.a. 4
4 3 4 O O.Onfrlth.r. 4
5 1 14 2 O Wllltama,l 1
3 1 O 2 0I.earh.m.. 1
( onnully.l 2
Magee. m. 4
Smlth.U. . o
(iowdy.c. . 4
1 4 1 Owlarke.c. .. 4
2 3 1 u Benlon.p.. ' 2
O O 0 2 Toney.p. .. 1
3 O 0 4 O.Schnetder.p O
Strand-... 1 O O
Tntals. 37 11 27 IS i Totals.. 33 10 1'7 li 0
"Batted for Davis In third.
Battad for Schneider in ninth.
Boston O O 0 0 4 0 3 0 O 7
Cincinnati 0 4OIO10O O
ltuns. Moran -'. Fltzpatrlck, Kvana, Ma see,
Maranviile. Howdy. Killlfer. Wasrner. cirll
flth a. Williams. Clarke. Two-base hits
Maranviile, Moran. M surer.. Williams,
Schmidt. Three-base hit, Clarke. Hasea on
balls, off Uavla 2. P-enlon 1. Toney ,
Schneider 1. Hits off Davis. 5 In 2 innlnga;
Benton. 0 in n; Hasan. 5 in 7: Toney. 1 in
1 Schneider. 4 In 2 2-3. Struck out, by
Kasan 3, Benton 3, Toney 2. Schneider 2.
Umpires, ltlcm and Cockill.
Pittsburg 8. Brooklyn 2.
PITTSBURG. ra July 29. Pitts
burg defeated the Brooklyn Nationals
8 to 2 here today. The locals won the
game in the fifth when three runs were
scored. Wagner In the eighth hit for
a home run with the bases fuIL In the
seventh. Right Fielder Hinchman got
an unassisted double play. The score;
Rrooklrn 1 PlttsburK
il 11 u A r.; ii u A r.
Myers.m.. 5 3 2
O'Mara.s. 5 12
Daubert.l. 3 O fc
rutahaw.2. 4 12
Stengel. r.. 3 12
f.ets.J 4 12
Mct'Hrty.c, 4 13
Pfeffer.p.. 2 O 1
Shultl... 10 0
1 o Carer.1. . ..
1 2 iolllns.m ..
0 Mi In'man.r.
3 o Wagner.a..
0 0 Vlox.2
1 n.Balrd.3. . .
2 (iibaon.c. .
13 0 0
0 2 10
0 13 0
1 5 1 O
1 0 2
Totals.. 35 U 24 13 3( Totals. .32 27 1
Miaited for Pfeffer In ninth.
Runs. Myers. O'Mara. Collins .'. jonnston.
Hinihmiti. Wsaner. Vlox. Italrd. l.lbson,
k.nil.hn.r xwo-oasa nils, flyers. nnfiL
Home run. Wagner. Double piaya. Myers
io Daubert. Hinchman unassisted, liases ot
hails off Pfeffer 2. off Kantlehner 2. H
ho nltrhnr. ffeff-r IHlllChmin Shd Utira I
Struck out. bv Pfeffer 1. by Kantlehner tl
I mplres. Hyron and fc-ason.
What the Box Scores Show
About Players You Know.
T- ILX. RODGERS, ex-Beaver, hit once
J3 for the Reds in their double-heade
and gobbled up 12 fielding chances,
figurine In two double plays.
Dave Bancroft. ex-Beaver, contrlb
uted a clout which aided the Phillies to
advance a notch, lie booted one ot five
field In .r chances at short.
Kenneth Williams. ex-Spokane, don
bled in ona game and tripled In i
other In five limes at bat fur the Reds.
He scored two runs and accepted si:
fielding chances, starting one doubl
play in left.
Bert Whaling. ex-Seattle, made
two-bagger, scored a run and caugh
an errorless game for the Braves.
Gene Krapp. ex-Beaver, lost to the
Chtfeds. the little- Buffed being wlki
in the first, after which he -pitched a
Ham Hyatt failed as a pinch hitter
tor the Cardinals.
Paul Strand. ex-Spokane. Tailed to
pinch hit for the Braves.
Pep Young. ex-Sacramento, singled,
scored a run snd fielded three chances
at second for Detroit.
Kantlehner. ex-Vancouver, beat the
Dodgers, the Pirate hurler allotting
nine hits and two runs and wlnnlnsr.
I to S. He walked two. fanned six and I
made a hit.
Oscar Vltt, ex-Seat, hit twice, scored
two runs and accepted his (our fielding
chances for Detroit.
Bill Bteen. ex-Beaver, went In as re
lief hurler for Detroit and stopped a
Yank rally. He allowed three hits and
walked two In two Innings.
TACOMA WINS IX t JIIXCTES
McGlnnttjr Keeps Hits Scattered and
Shuts Out Vancouver.
TACOMA. Wash.. July 29.--In the
shortest game of the local season and
one of the league a fastest this year.
one hour and nice minutes, Tacoma de
feated Vancouver, 4 to 0. today. Th
Canucks rot two more hits than the
Tigers, hut McGlnnlty kept them scat
tered, while Tacoma hits counted for
rung except In one inning. S'ore:
Vancouver... 0 8 liTacoma 4 1
Batteries Smith and Cheek; McGin
nlty and Stevens.
Seattle 4, Spokane -.
SEATTLE. Vash.. July 29. Bunched
hits in the fourth Inning gave Seattle
a winning lead here today over Spo
kane, the final score being 4 to 2. Score:
Spokane 2 7 USeattle 4 12 1
Batteries Fir- and Brenegan; Rose
and Cad man.
Aberdeen S, Victoria 4.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. July 29.-
Bunched hits In the second and eighth
Innings gave Aberdeen a S-to-4 victory
over Victora here today. Score:
Victoria.... 4 12 1 Aberdeen. . . 6 6 1
Batteries Bonner ami Hoffman;
Hughes and Vance.
XE1IALEM HAS BOAT CLUB
Almost 4 0 Join New Organization
and Elect Officers,
NKHALEM, Or.. July 29. (Special.)
The Nehalem River Motorboat Club was
placed on a permanent basis at the
meeting this week, when a constitution
and bylaws were adopted and officers
elected. There are nearly 40 members.
and many enthusiasts were not at the
meeting to sign the membership roll.
The "organization Is the result of thai
successful races held here July S.
Officers elected were: Harry It- Bell,
commodore; V. J. Mead, ice-commo
dore; A. J. Anderson, rear-commodore:
Albert Crawford, fleet captain: J. &
Rankin, secretary: W. It. Walker.
treasurer; J. S. Boyakin. measurer;
H. M. Fould and Leo Batzner, trustees
for two years, and II. V. Tohl for one
Norman Ross Is Back Prora Fair.
Norman Ross. Multnomah Club
swimmer, who participated unsuccess
fully in the aquatic events at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition. arrived
home Wednesday night- He said his
recent illness weakened him more than
he had anticipated when he left Port
land. Constance Meyer, who won the
diving contests In the women's class
without competition, has been in the
city several days.
Telegraphic Sport Briefs
AN' KRANC1SCO. Th -Klns""
1erl bv Kin nrne oi .
ain for compttlon In tha-y
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. ... . 7 ..... b'.Maillnn officials tV lxrd
: t .v:rr:: v...u -.,.,-,; i n.
Hii-MM iNim""" , .. iB.r.i if
Iuk of Connausht. Coventor- rfinrsi I
Canr.da. Th cup la valuea at iwv.
Newport. r I. Th race between the
poned yesierajr " " 1 .".., .
imnmnti have been cor
nleted for a meeltus at Clevelana on jius
"i . - ror tu formation of an as-
-Inn to COnLTOI DOAUII
Chicago. Kor attacks on fraplr Tommy
.. -. u.nua f ttv n tannuir. iw
dent ;llmore, of the Federal leaBue Thurs
fined Manarer Ktovall : -'O. Manager
, uronkWn. S..O. SI see ana oio.au u-
Ides ,wru suepenaeu inacupunj.
Ix AnKoles. Tom Workman, first bit-
man of th Stanford I'niversity team, wno
sicned with the New Tork Nationals. tel
araplied to Munaser McC.raw Thursday that
ha had liven up the Idoa of playing pro
fessional baseball and probably
ihio in business.
,...i.Thi nrand American trap-
. (niimnm.nt scheduled to re held
here August 1 to 20. will enter more than
oo contestants. mciuuua in - ' "
ha many who will travel irom far nritm
while nearlr every section of the
country will b well represented.
Oes Moines. Tho
tioned from July 31 to August T. Heavy
lalna of th last few days wera responsible.
r-hicsso. Ceora Kelley. a nephew of
nm 11 t Vie former Chicago star oui-
fiel.ler. iolned the Nw Yoric Mtwiuii
Thursday. Kelley Is a first baseman with
batting average oi -o i v,. m w " " ....
the Victoria team or to IS on n western
Leagu laa. year.
Clnrlnnatl- A player Is justified In Jilm
i hid .nntrart If his club la In arrears in
salary to hint, according to a statement by
Chairman Herrmann, of the National com
mission. "If the Kansas City club was In
arreara to Compton. th player tutomatlc.il.
, KcnmA irM aaeni ana nsa. ins mo
lute right to go to the Kederal League or
to any other icagu msi wuum nii
him." h said.
. I, T,b, "H f Jasner. a pitcher
cently brought out from, the While Hot for
the Loa Angeles team of the Pacific Coast
league, has lumped to tne federal League,
It la believed.
Chicago. Uorderai Itrown, one of th
stars of tlu pitching staff . f the Chlcaco
Federals, and lor yeura tn leading pitcher
of th Chicago Nationals, Is In a hospital
hare suffering from an acute attack or
nephritis. Physicians Thursday expressed
doubts as to hla recovery.
Kansas City. Mo. Sammy Mvr. outtleld
er of the Kansas City American Assocls
tlon club, has jumped to the Brooklyn rd-l
crals. according to a report hers.
Till He Saw the English Models
at CHERRY'S for Sale
There was so much real class and
"atnaer" In their cut and so much
quality In th material and finish that
ha ass simply taken by. storm and
couldn't resist buying; one to wear on
He was certainly tickled when he
round he could eet it by paying; A
1.1TTLK AT A TIME, with Just a few
A lot of fellows are KOlns; to be
mighty glad that ClIKitRVS will ex
tend credit to them for their clothing;,
as vacation takes quite a lot of cash
and many of us would have to grlve
up our trip If we were compelled to
pay cash for our suit.
You'll find CHERRY'S conveniently
located In th city SS!-al Washington
street, la the rittock block.
7V World's Greatest Exposition
Is Now at Its llejght in
Never before in the history of the world
has there been conducted such a wonder
Here is artistically presented the pro
duction of the mind and labors of man
kind throughout the ages.
Low Round-Trip Tickets are on sale
daily to San Francisco.
Four commodious trains leave Portland
every day for San Francisco.
Scenery en route is charming and un
surpassed. Electric automatic Block Signals guard
Our folders "Wayside Notes Shasta
Route," and "Two Expositions," will in
City Ticket Office, 80
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
GOLD HINDERS RUNNERS
HH.H WIM) OX bPHIA'TKRS backs.
MOWKVKR, AIDS SPKKU.
Flaal Werkoat f Atkletea at Saa
Fraac-lac) la Vadcr Weather CeadU
tloaa Par Kresa Satisfactory.
SAN FRANCISCO. July :. (Special.)
I f the weather conditions here ar
the same tomorrow and .Saturday as
they were today. In J. Kelly and his
9 3-5 record for the century dash will
be a thing of the past. Athletes from
the various sections west ot the Rocky
Mountains who have arrived for the
Far Western track and field chamjvlon
shins slated for the exposition oval to
morrow and Saturday took a slight
workout this afternoon with but little
results due to the cold wind.
In fact the wind was so strong that
i . v. ..... . . .
It blew the high jump standards oown
7 Z . , . .
today, and when tne runners in the
sprints toe the marie with the wind at
their backs tomorrow all previous rec
ords are almost certain to go by the
board. Only preliminaries with the
exception of the 12-mile marathon will
be held tomorrow with the finals on
the following day.
Coach Hayward. of the Pacific North
west Association, kept his boys out less
than half an hour (or fear of chilling
his athletes. Two heats In each of the
100 and 220-yard dashes, three heats
in both hurdles, and trials In the high
and broad Jump, the pole vault and
finals In the 12-mlle marathon are the
events slated for tomorrow. After the
dav's programme six entries in each
The New Fall Suits
Almost daily I am receiving ship
ments. Buy where you get the lat
est and best for little money.
The Elevator Saves Your
The Upstairs Clothier
Islss Pad fie
Tnls Ustrs t
vt.es li VI Is sites Msllssmss falls
Itetaraa Krwaa Boaaevllle SUMJ r. M.
TICKETS AT KI.KS- TKMPLK.
Mark Street. Near Brwadway.
Sixth St., Cor. Oak
event will be left to decide on the fol
lowing day the Far Western champion.
ships for the 1915 season.
CITY TO SELL PROPERTY
Treasurer Will Take Slops to Collect
To collect delinquent Interest and
ssessmenta on bonded Improvements.
the City Treasurer will advertise a
number of properties In different sec-
lions of the city Aucu?t --. and they
will he sold at auction on the steps of
the City Hall September 23. This is the
first step In the city's policy of
strengthening Its finances.
In the case of Ihe property which
will be offered for sale none of the ten
annual payments has been met and
none of Ihe Interest paid. The prop
erty lo be sold Is located in South
Portland, Multnomah, a subdivision of
Riverside Addition: West Piedmont,
('rulhrm' Addition. Hartsch Park.
Woodlawn. Verslecc's Addition. Mayor
tiates' Addition and f unnyside.
WOMAN SWALLOWS POISON
Mrs. Itussell Sullivan Tries to Pie
Afler Arrest Willi Man.
Twenty-four hours aftr her husband
had caused her arrest Wednesday (or
alleged improper relations with Frank
Johnson. 32. Mrs. Russell Sullivan, ii.
swallowed poison. The police sent Mrs.
Sullivan to the Good Samaritan Hos
pital, where she remained for several
hours, returning to her home yesterday.
Mrs. Sullivan and Johnson are out
on :0 ball.
Luxemburg covers lttO square mllea
ha a population of 21 oorv
Rewer" Suits $14.75
315-16-17 Oregonian Bldg.
Elevator to Third Floor
vj i t h the
mlBI Prssl 1 1 0 A