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Team Playing Good Ball, but
. Consistency of Last Year
Is Missing Factor.
REVENGE ON ANGELS DUE
Hammond Going Well at Second and
With Stumpf at Short Combina
tion Appear Stronger Tbaa
With Spea on Second.
tv u P C.
.-.7 S4 .471
rrar1sro ' W .4S1 '" land. .
Ixa AnttM ST -"J. V.rnon. ..
S iuiui plajsd strda.
BY WOSrOB FAWCETT.
Walter MeCradla muat bava been
feractnc through tha old newspaper
filaa the other day In Los Angeles when
be ftrt up tbe ghost, aa far aa another
pennant for Portland waa concerned.
Last yr at this time tha Beavers were
riding high on the cret of their spurt
to flrat position. Now they are In third
place. 51 polnta behind, and while the
boys haa been playing good ball dur
Inc the fortnight, there doesn t eeero
to be tha same sort of consistency
-w mii laat vear.
The present Bearer crew Is Just as
apt to losa an enure nr
ne. There-a no telling what tha Mack
man will do. becauaa their pitching
corps la ao flighty. Hal Krause "
bet-Ins fcla winning streak about this
tune of tha year, but It hasn't made Its
appearanca yet. Jtube Evan- "Imply
can't et going on an even keel, ana
Ten old Gibraltar Higgtnbothain Isn t
as consistent aa ha waa last season.
Lush. Coreleekle and Kahler seem to
be holding up the team at present, and
they are doing a good Job of It. In
tha two weeka away from home on the
present trip Portland has won 11 games
and lost only five.
This week the Beavers will meet Los
Angelas and will get a chance to pay
tip for tha four-out-of-fle aeries the
Anls wallsed home with leas than a
month ago. At that time the Portland
team was crippled, owing to Davis" ab
aBce. Tha new Cleveland youngster.
Hammond, aeema to ba going finely at
second, and with Stumpf at short, the
combination Is much stronger than It
waa with Spaaa on second base.
Walter Donne must ba feeling rather
ebesty thle morning. Walt batted
something Ilka .41 last week for
Venice against the boas who released
Mm. and thla waa better than any
other member of tha Venice outfit. The
x-Bearer' a clouts were directly re
sponsible tor tha loss of two of the
four gamea by Portland, so wa say
again that Wall a chest expansion
must have gone up a couple of notches.
Portland fana had a lot of fun over
the Lober-Krueger deal a couple of
years ago. and. undoubtedly remember
ing this, the Los Angeles newspapers
have been getting In their licks while
tha crowing Is good. Tha Tlmea has
been running a dally "deadly parallel"
feature, showing what the two traded
players. Doana and Carlisle, hare been
doing since tha barter.
Dean has looked much tha belter
In tha figures, but nobody in this vlcln
Ity Is complaining. No sooner' had
Carlisle jumped Into tha lineup as
lead-off man than Portland won seven
out of tha next eight games at Salt
Lake City. Possibly Carlisle wasn't
much o blame, but fana don't care
much about analyses. Just ao tha home
team wins. Carlisle and Doane ought
both to do better In their new homes.
Standings of the Coast League on
August 3. 1)11. were as follows:
w. t. Pet. i w. u P-t.
Portland . .i .354 Tm Aneta 4 .vs .SjS
Venice. ....T 3 .M VS-rm-nto 5 4 .471
Sea riu. 3 .V,OakUnd ...4i i j;s
These statistics show Portland. Ven
tre and Salt Lake performing below
last season's clip. San Francisco oc
cupies Just about the same position
held by tb Beavers at this time last
year. Aa tha Seals appear well able
to assimilate punishment and come up
smiling. It Is going to ba a hard task
to dislodge them before tha season
TACOMA BEATS SPOKANE, 9-S
Offering of Flsk and Callahan Are
rounded by Bengals.
SPOKANE, Wash.. Aug. S. Tacoma
defeated Spokane today. to 3. through
the ability of the Bengala to locate
Fisk'a and Callahan's offerings, while
Melkle had the sign on the fepokane
batters. The league leaders were help
less before the Tacoma pitcher until
the eighth, when three hlta and two
walka netted three runs. .Score:
R HEI R HE
Tacoma.... til .Spokane... S B Z
Batteries Melkle and Stevens: Flak.
Callahan and Brennegan.
Seattle A, Vancouver 1.
C C- 1 TT1 V wa An- Vanpnil.
vrr could not solve Mail's delivery to
day and Seattle won. 4 to L Score:
RHK! R H E
Vancouver. 1 a O.Seattle 4 10 1
Batteries Smith and Cheek; Mails
LAKE GETS 100,000 TKOCT I'KY
Seaside Anglers' Club Give Aid to
Authorities In Planting.
SEASIDE. Or, Aug. Z. (Special.)
C. M. Godfrey, of tha Seaside Anglers'
flub, together with aeveral other mem
bers of tha club, passed Saturday at
Smith's Lake, assisting the state fish
and game authorities plant 100.000
trout fry. This makes the second time
Smith's Lake baa been stocked. The
first time the laka waa atocked was
ae year ago. aa an experiment.
The trout and bass that were planted
at that time did ao well that the au
thorities decided to stock tha lake thor
oughly. Smith's Laka la near Sunset
KALAMAZOO RACES POSTPONED
Rain Caase Delay of Grand Cir
cuit Opening I'ntil Today.
KALAMAZOO. Mich, Aug. !. The
Grand Circuit races opening waa called
ff today because of rain. Today's card
wilt ba held tomorrow.
Threo racea were scheduled. Only
four starters were named for the !:0S
pace, for which a purse of 12000 was
offared. The other events were the
J: IS trot. t:000. with nine entrants, and
tbe !: trot. S1000. with eight en
trants. Junction City Leans Defeat Fats.
J f NOTION CITT. Or.. Aug. . (Spe
cial.) A novel baaeball game was
staged Sunday wbn the mechants sep
arated Into tha fata and leans and
played a fast game. The leans won.
It to . Batterlea were: Leans. A. J
Atwater, C. Skeels: Fats. Harpole and
Movlua. The proceeds will be used for
tha benefit of the Commercial club.
TWO SEVEX-POCXD BASS TAKEN
Dr. Mci'arland llniin Oswego Lake
Angling Good Practice.
Two seven-pound b-.ck base In a
few minutes' fishing on Oswego Lake
waa the record established Sunday aft
ernoon by lr. K. C McFarland. secre
tary of the Multnomah Anglera" Club.
Dr. McKarland says that la the kind
of exercise he needs to put him In
trim for the Northwestern fly and bait
easting tournament to be held in Ta
coma August ZS. 24 and 27.
Several members of tbe club are
keeping their whip arm in shape by
practicing fly casting each day at the
foot of Stark street. A fly and bait-
XKXV RRAVRR SKCOND- J
? 9ACKKK PLAYS SENSA
TIONAL OA ME.
J . ..... . j
I Holder. Is. playing sensational
ball for the Portland Coast club
at second base. Hammond waa
brought West from Cleveland a
f fortnight ago and broke In last
J week against Venice like a Tyrus
e Cobb. .
casting tournament for members of the
club will be held at Tha Oaks tomor
row and Thursday.
JACK NESS DIE BACK IX GAME
Oaks Cripple List .May Be Cot and
Rowdy Elliott Get Rest.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. J. (Spe
cial.) The Oakland crippled list may
be cut down one tomorrow for Jack
Nesa Is counting on getting back on
first- base. This will give Rowdy El
liott a chance to rest his throwing
arm. which he Injured a week or so
sgo. It will also add strength to the
Reed's' five-day notice of release ex
plrea and that will bring the plnyer
llmit down, although with Boyd. Gard
ner and Mundorff on the ahelf it leaves
the club within the law.
.MACK SEEKS A FIRST-SACKER
Derrick Not Hitting Well, and New
Man Wanted for Xeit Year.
LOS ANGELES. Cal., Aug. 2. (Spe
cial.) A bl flrst-sacker. who can hit
the ball, is being sought by Walter
McCredle. manager of the Portland
Beavers. McCredle says he wants to
find another youngster like Heilmann,
who Is with the Seals.
Fred Derrick Is not hitting the ball
well, declared the manager.
"I hava no Intention of letting Der
rick go, but would like to develop a
flrst-sacker for next season." he said.
llontavllta triumphed over the Columbia
Park qud Sunday at tbe Ctirket Club
srounria. to 1. Zwlfel. for Montavilla.
Pitched rood bAll in tbe five limine be
tmirlcd allowing only two blnslea and whtf
fln lx batters. "Malc" Yat. who tried
out th Sunday previous with the Sellwood
club ot tbe City Uuu, then took up the
burden and didn't allow a hit- He also
fanned six of the Columbia Park batters.
Hrlce, of the park bo. allowed seven bits
sud struck out elxht. The score:
R. 11. E ! K. H. E.
alnntsvllla ...4 1 -.Columbia Park 1 2 4
Batteries Zwlfel. luii and Garrett;
Brlce and M. Murphy.
The Flelachner. Mayer A Co. team de
feated the Lion Clothing Company team. V
to ft. at the Vaughn-street grounds tiundsy
morning. The feature ot tbe same waa the
hitting of Ftaher, ot the winners. Be got
tire hits out of five times st bat.
In the afternoon the sane team defeated
the Bricklayers team at Peninsula Park.
to 4. The featurea of this game were tb
pitching of Majeski. who allowed only flv
hits, and tbe fielding of Second Baseman
Farrell. who accepted 14 chance althbut
an error. The batting of I'ahle waa a big
factor In the victory. He son the game with
a triple In the ninth, scoring two runs.
Before a large crowd and In a hotly con
tested game at Rainier Sunday, the Kalnler
team defeated the Ren Hur team, of Fort
land, 10 to 0. An Injury to Sweetland, who
plt-hed for the Ben llura, of which he said
nothing, resulted In the Rainier team se
curing five runs In the eighth inning. LP
to that time the game waa one of tbe beat
amiicur conteata played at Rainier for some
Preceding the big game the Ben Hur sec
ond team defeated the Rainier second team
S to 6 Nordlund's pitching for the Ben Hur
team featured thla contest,
Robertson Defeats Dudley.
Only one game waa pluyed in the
"Around SO" gold tournament yester
day on the links of the Waverley
Country Club. Tom Robertson.- play
ing with a handicap of two np, de
feated F. C Dudley, a scratch player,
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
W. L Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Phtlad-lphla IS ' -.i;Chlcaro 44 44..oo
o .New- t ora... 4t lu.-i
IT .ill.Sl. Iula.... -trlOl .474
47 4 .UO.Clnclnuatl. .. 0 43 .4-0
SH S .OH" New York... 44 48.478
ill S. .- St. Louta. ... 3 50 .4"4
t-Jl.i; Cleveland... 31 ,3M
Washington 4 4u .oll;Pblladelphla 3- 92 JM
Kan. City... 8 40 .03 Si. Louis. ... Bn4.SlM
'hl-sao. . .. &4 41 ..37 RufTalo ...... 47&i.4.'tt
Pittsburg... 60 VI .- Brooklyn. .. 44 &4 .44a
.Newark.... il 4J .444 lialtliuore. .. Si tU
St. Paul.... 5 41 ,i0 l.oulvl!le. ..
Indianapolis 44 .wi Milwaukee..
11 4T .tm
43 50 .4i 4
4.' S3 .44 J
Denver. . .
Unwoln. . .
4 4S ..VK)
4ft 51 .TO
40 o .4 IS
S Bt .6.'3
48 ii .471
MlnnvMlMills 1 - 4H.0LtJ Cleveland
Kan. City... i- 4 .o-o .Columbua.
S 37 .Sli.Omaha
T7 3! .WHtsloux t'lty..
. fio 45 ..''rt Wichita. ... ,
, 47 4 .ioisu Joseph... SaMIUi
S3 42 . Seattl
6U 4lt .MviVancouver.
American Asuoclatlon l-oulrvlil 4, Mln
neapolla 1: St. Paul 3. Columbua 0: Ksnass
CUv . Indlanapolta 7: no otlu-ra, rain.
Western Jeagu Lincoln P. St. Joseph S;
Denver 6-7. tca Molnea 4-S; Wlcnlta 4. Slouz
C"y 'where the Team Play Today.
Pacific coant I.'-aaue I'nrtlanii at Lo
Anz-i's: Fen rranclaco at Salt Lake; Vernon
YANKEES SAVE DAY
Chicago's 2-to-0 Lead Over
come in Ninth Inning. ,
LATE RALLY ROUTS FABER
PJpp and Cook Single, K. Collins'
' I-nmble lts In Knn, Uartxell
Ties Connt With Hit and
Wild Pitch Wins.
. NEW TORK. Aug. i. By a nlnth
Innlng rally, the New York Americans
piled up three runs in their game with
Chicago today and turned defeat Into
victory, winning 1 to t
With Chicago leading, 1 to 0. In the
ninth, Plpp and Cook singled, and
Mullen, running for Pipp. scored on
K. Collins' fumble on Barney. Hart
sell, batting for Alexander, drove In
the tying run with a single. Scott
then relieved Faber and he filled the
bases by passing Nunamaker. He
made a wild pitch to High and Barney
scored the winning run.
E. Corns. 2
J. Corns. I.
Faber. p. .. 3
' 3 UO HIch.l 1 a uu
0,1 1 liBoone.. .. 4
1 1 6 1 llslsel.3... 4
01.1 0 0 Plpp. 1.... 4
1 1 o l Mullen"--, u
0 0 Barney.m.. 8
0 o Bauman.3. S
3 0' Alez'der.c. 3
O 0 Harttellt.. 1
3 OiCole.p 1
0 OlCaldwell.s. 1
1 1 00
1 10 2 0
0 0 00
1 0 0
0 u u
Totals. .31 fia2 13 21 Totals.. 32 7 27 1 0 1
Two out when winning run scored.
Batted for Mayer In th eighth. "'Ran
for Plpp In th ninth, t Batted for Alexander
In the ninth. sBatted for Cole , la eighth.
szBatted for Brown in ninth.
Chlcaso 00100100 02
Nw York 00000000 3 3
Runs, Foumler. Roth. Plpp. Mullen. Cook.
Three-base hit. J. Collins. Stolen base. E.
Collin. Earned run. Chicago 1. Sacrifice
hits. Faber. Barney. J Collins. Double playa,
Faber to Weaver to Fournier. Blackburn to
E. Collins to Fournier. Bases on errors, Chi.
cago 1, New York 1. Baaea on balls, off
Cola 4. off Faber 2. off Scott 1. Hits, off
Cole 5 In 8 Innings, off Brown none to 1
Inning, off Faber 7 In b 2-3 Innings, off Scott
none In 1-3 Innings. Struck out. by Cole a.
by Brown I. by Faber S. Umpires, Connolly
' Detroit 5, Boston S.
BOSTON". Aug. 2. Rain atopped to
day's Detroit-Boston American League
game after the seventh Inning, ten
minutes after the Tigers bad jumped
into a lead of 5 runs to 3.
This was -Shrlners day." Cobb.
Speaker and Gardner were preaented
with diamond studded emblems of the
order and President Lannin, of the Red
Sox. with a mahogany clock. The
BH O AE,
X z 1 jo Hen Keen. I
1 2 OO'.Janvrln.s..
2 10 Otspeak'r.nt.
0 O lloblltiel.l
111 v Hooper.r.
B II OAS
111 0 OiOardner.3.
10 3 O Barry.2...
0 3 1 OCarrlgan.o
1 1 0 OlColllna.p..
0 0 2 0 Leonard,p.
1 4 Oiiialner.
Totals. It 1UI ll il Totals. 21 4 2110 0
Baited for Leonard In seventh.
Detroit t 0 1 0 0 t 0 S
Boston 0 0 3 1 J
Run. Vltt 2. Crawford. Bum. Young.
Janvrln. Hooper, Carrlgan. Two-baae hlta.
Burns, vltt. Criigan. lounc. Baker. Busli.
Three-baae hlta, Cobb. Speaker. Doubl
plays. Gardner. Carrlaan and Barry: Speaker
and Janvrln. Base on balls, off Daus 3, Bo
lana 4. t.oiiins t. nits, ort lisuss svn ui
Innings: Bolsnd. 1 in 4 1-1, Co I II til 10 In
I 1-1. Leonard 1 In 1 2-1. Struck out. by
Dausa t, Bolaad 1, Collins X, Leonard L
Umpires, ChlU and- Evans.
Washington 5, St. Louis 1.
WASHINGTON-. Aug. 2. Walter
Johnson today celebrated the eighth
anniversary of his first appearance
with the Americana by defeating bt.
Louis. S to 1. Kopp. an outfielder, ob
tained by Washington from the St.
Thomas, Ont., club, dropped his first
chance, an easy fly, afterward making
a single and scoring a run. Score:
St. Louis 1 Washington
B H O AE B H O A E
Shotton.l. 4 1 S 0 OlMoeller.r. . 3 0 0 00
Austin. 3.. 1 o 1 1 oi roster.::... s 1 z ou
Pratt.2... 4 10 1 O Milan. m. .. 4 2 10 0
Walker.r. S 1 2 0 0Shanks,3. 4 O 2 So
Howard.l. 4 0 8 1 -hljandll.l. .. 4 3 00
Waish.m.. 4 12 O Hi Johnson. p. 3 0 1 2-1
Lavsn.s... 4 13 z Z Ainamiin.c 3 o a i v
.-ivereld.o 4 2 1 1 Mc-Brlde.a. 3 0 6 1 1
Slsler.p... 4 11 20Kopp.l 3 1101
Totals. 33 0 24 3 Totals.. 30 8 27 13 2
ft Loul 0 O 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Washington 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 X 3
Runs, I-avan. Moeller, Foster. Milan --.
Kudu. Two-base hlta Lavan. Gandll. Stolen
base. Milan Kerned runs, St. LouU 1, Wash
ington 3. Double playa. Johnson to Gamlil,
Ji.hnson to Alnsmltu to aictsriae to ananas.
Flrat bae on errors. St. Lou la 2. Washing
ton 1. Base on balls, off Slslar 2. Johnson
4. Struck out. by Staler 3. Johnson S.
Umpires, O'Laughlln and HUdebrasd.
Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 4.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 2. The wlld
ness of Fllllhgim enabled Cleveland to
defeat the Philadelphia Athletics today,
4 to 3. Score:
Cleveland I Philadelphia
B It O AE) B H O AE
Wllle.m.. 3 3 0 0 0IHealey.3.. 3 0 111
Turner... BOO 3 0 Walxb.r. .. 2 0 0 00
Cbapm'n.s 1 0 7 3 0 oldrlng.l.. 4 0 3 00
Jackson,!. 3 2 3 0 OlSchang.ra. 3 1 1 00
Klrlce.l... 2 111 OOIlAloie.2... 4 12 40
Smith. r... 4 3 2 0 O'McInnia.l.. 3 1 7 80
W amb'a2. o o - u U Lapp.m,c s s u
O'Naill.c. 4 12 2 OiKopf.a.... 3 1 5-4 0
W.iIker.D- 3 0 0 2 OlFllllng'm.D 10 0 10
Jonea.p... 0 0 0 2 0JKnowl'np 0 0 0 10
ivtycon.p.. v v v iu
ptrunk... 1 0 0 00
Totals. 30 27 17 01 Totals.. 27 5 27 101
. Battd for FUUnglm in seventh.
Cleveland 1 0300100 0 t
Pntladelpnia 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3
Runs, Chapman -. Jnckaon. Kirk.
Rchang, Mclnnl. Kopf. Three-base hit.
Kupf. Earned runs. Cleveland 3. Philadel-
fliia 3. Stolen baaea. Chapman 2. Walsh.
Kuble playa. Wanibsganss to Chapman to
Klrke. Healey to Mclnnls to Iapp. Bases
on balls, off Walker i. off Ftlllngiui 8.
Knowlson 1. Wyckoff 1. Hit by pitcher,
by Knowlson (W'llie). Struck out. by
Walker 1. by Fillinglm 4. by Knowlson 1.
by Wyckoff 1. Hits, off Walker 4 In 0
Innings I none out In seventh), off Jones 1
In 4 innlnga. off Ftllingim 8 In 7 Innlngn.
off Knowlson none In 1 Inning, off Wyckoff
1 in 1 Inning. Umpires, Dlneea and Nallin.
PLATERS AllE DISTRIBUTED
Four Northwestern Clubs Left Get
Stars of Disbanded Teams.
SEATTLE. Aug. 2. In the distribu
tion among the four surviving clubs
of the players of the Aberdeen and
Victoria cluba of the Pacific North
west Baseball League. Seattle gets
Pitcher Al Bonner, of, Victoria; Van
couver gtfts Pitcher Harry Hughes and
Roy Brown, utility man. of Aberdeen:
Spokane takea Outfielders Klppert, of
Aberdeen, and Kaylor, of Victoria, aa
well aa Pitcher Bobby Keef; Tacoma
acquires Shortstop Ward, of Aberdeen
and Pitcher Willard Melkle, and . First
Baseman Hansen, of Victoria.
There waa strong competition for the
star men of the disbanded clubs and
their acquirement by tbe four remain
ing clubs is expected to release old
players In these clubs.
BROOKLYN BLANKS CINCINNATI
Reds Cnable to Get to Pfeffer and
Drop Game by 0 to 4.
CINCINNATI. Aug. 2. Cincinnati was
unable to score off Pfeffer today and
Brooklyn won. -4 to o. Tne visitors
Hersog threw wild to first. Stengel tak
ing aecona ana iconog -,,.-Schneider
weakened in the ninth when
he passed two men. Stengel followed
this with a triple, bringing n two. runs,
and Gets again singled, scoring Stengel.
Brooklyn I Cincinnati
B BT O A El BHOAE
Myers.m 3 0 o;Groh.l... . I O I II
U'lllrij. 3 0 11 OHersog.s.. 4 3 4 1 1
Daubert.1 2 ( 0 0 W'egner.l. 4 0 1
Z.Wheat.1 4 1 4 0 0 Kllllfer.m. 4 1 100
Cutahaw.l 4 14 1 OiOrlff lth.r 4 0 11
stengel.r. 4 3 3 0 1 Wlngo.c. 3 1 1
McCarty.o 4 0 1 1 0 Mollwlts.l 3 111 JO
Pfeffer,p 1 0 0 2 OlSchn'der.p 8 0 0 It
.10 0 10JS
ll"7 27 111
Totala. 11 7 17 I 1 Totals. 31 7 27 14 1
urooKjyn .............v v v w a v - - --
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Run. Dsubert, Cuthaw, Stengel. Three
base hit. Stengel. Stolen base, Cutahew.
Earned runs, Brooklyn J. Double playa. Grif
fith to Mollwttx; Cutahaw to Daubert; Gets
to Cutahaw. First base on errors. Brooklyn
1. Base on balls, off Pfeffer 1, Schneider 4.
Struck out, Schneider 6. Umpires, Rlgler and
Chicago 4, Philadelphia 1.
CHICAGO. Aug. 2. The Chicago
r..K i . n. . atrairhi 'mm Phila
delphia today, defeating the visitors.
4 to 1. All runs scored were ewneu.
Cheney gave the visitors two hits,
one each In the first and second In
nings, but became wild in the sixth
and walked two men. In the seventh
he waa replaced by Lavender. 6core:
Philadelphia I Chicago
Bancrofts 4 2 2 3 OfOood.r 3 1 S 0 0
Stock. 3... 4 0 1 SOjMurray.r.w 1 0 0 0 0
Becker.l.. 8 O 3 1 0,Flsher.s... 3 1 1 10
Crsvath.r. 4 0 3 0 O'Shulte.I . . . 2 2 8 10
rsienoir.a. . i x u ui u. .. y . -Paikrt.m
4 2 2 0 0 Knisely.2. . 4 1 0 10
Killlfer.c. 2 0 0 1 0 Arrher.c. 3 0 6 2 0
Alamic. 10 1 OO McUrrr.l. 3 18 0 0
. n n . n ' . - V. - n 1 A A A O
Dugey... 0 0 0 0 OjLavender.p 1 0 0 00
n Rir 11 r, p v v w
Whltted' 1 0 0 oo
Tlncup.p.. 0 0 0 10
T.t.i. ei a fl ii ni Totals. .2S 7 27 9 0
Batted for Mayer In sixth. Batted for
Baumgartner In eighth.
Philadelphia 00000010 01
Runs, Becker. Good. Schulte. Knlsely. Mc
Irry. Two-base hits, Paakert. Knlsely,
Schulte. Home run, Schulte. Earned runs,
Chicago 4. Philadelphia 1. Baaes on balla.
off Mayer 2 off Cheney 8. Hlta, off Mayer
6 In 5 innings, off Baumgartner none in 2
Innings, off Tlncup 1 In 1 Inning, off Cheney
1 In S Innings, none out In seventh; off Laven
der 4 In 8 Innings. Hit by pitcher. Zimmer
man by Mayer. Struck out, by Cheney 2, by
Lavender 4, by Baumgartner L Umpires,
Klein and CockllL
Flttshu rir-Hoston double-header post
No Other games scheduled.
EAST'S TEAM PERFORMS
ATHLETES SHOW CLASS lit- WORK
AT MULTNOMAH FIELD.
Kolehanalnea's Running and Walking
f Ren Arenac .Wonder Party
Off Today for Title Meet
Before taking leave of Portland
Coach Lawson Robertson's team of
champion athletes, the cream of the
Eastern invaders for the National
championships at San Francisco Sat
urday afternoon, had a severe work
out at Multnomah Field yesterday,
while 100 or more members of the club
Robertson declares his minions are
In the best shape of their careers and
that some fine performances will be
the order when they measure strides
and throw the weights against the
cracka of the Far West and South in
the title meet Several enthusiasts
who know the game, were stunned by
the fine running of Hannes Koleh
mainen. the demon Finn, and had to
acknowledge that they never saw the
like of walking as that shown by
Eddie Rensv the peer of American
heel and toe artists.
Kolehmainen romped through three
miles In 14:52 4-5, pacedfor 1 miles
bv Abel Kivlat. who waa clocked In
7:24.- The Finn Is down to his racing
weight and the form that enabled him
to beat the world at Stockholm three
Pat Ryan tossed tne hammer ie
feet and Bronder Javellned 170 feet
Duncan, the discus thrower, took a
day off. Pat O'Connor tried sprinting
starts and hurdled over the high
sticks. Fahey jumped a little. Rens
walked a mile in 7:09 4-5. He waiKs
three miles at the championships.
Ted Meredith and Alvah Meyer ran
the furlong in heart-breaking speed,
Meyer triumphing In 22 seconds flat
Meredith finished a couple of yards
behind. Meyer Is the East's hope in
the sprints, and Meredith is generally
picked to beat Diamond, of Chicago,
over the quarter-mile trail.
Robertson's Irish-American Athletic
Club Band, accompanied by Francis,
the New York Evening Mail s athletic
expert, take leave of Portland at 7
o'clock this morning for Astoria, where
they board the boat for a 3(i-hour ride
to the battlefield.
NEWARK WINS 16-INNING GAME
Fumble lts in Run Defeating Chi
cago Federals by S to 2.
trTn A . 1 Thn Newark Fed-
...i- ' . hnrri-foue-ht 16-inning
game from Chicago today, 8 to 2. The
visitors tied tne score in inn mmo in
ning on three successive singles. In
tot. ir.ir..Knl. Klno-lea nnrl Fm-
mond sacrificed him to second. He went
to third on Rousch s intieia out ana
scored the winning run wnen smim
fumbled a slow roller from Scheer.
R. H. E.l . -rj.
Newark ...3 14 lChicago ...2 12 3
Batteries Mosely and Rariden; Pren
dergast. Black and Fischer.
St,Ixuis 5, Buffalo 6.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 2. Buffalo defeated
ik. s T.niiin Federals here today 6
to 6. In the third Inning, with one out
and the bases full, Uroora, ror &t. iouis,
struck out Dalton and Louden. Score:
R H. E.l R- H. E.
Buffalo ( 1! lSt. Louis... 5 8 1
Batteries Marsnaii. ueoicm auu
Blair:" Groom, Davenport, Plank and
Plttsburg-Brooklyn game postponed;
Kansas City-Baltimore game post
CHICAGO ANS TO PLAY BEAVERS
University Team on Way to Japan
Schedules Practice Games.
CHICAGO. Aug. 2. The University of
Chicago baaeball team, on Its way to
Japan will play practice games at the
following points before embarking at
San Francisco August 25:
August 2. St. Paul; August 4, Man
dan. N. D.; August 6. Billings, Mont.;
August 7. Butte; August . Hamilton,
Mont.; August 10, Missoula, Mont.; Au
gust 11, Thompson Falls, Mont.: Au
gust 12. Spokane; August IS. Olympia,
Wash.; August 14. Che"halis. Wash.; Au
gust IS, Portland Coast League team;
August 18-19. Sacramento: August 21.
Olvmpic Club, San Francisco.
The team left Chicago tonight.
South Bend 5, Doty 4.
SOUTH BEND, Wash, Aug. 2. (Spe
cial.) In the first game of a series of
three to decide the championship of the
South Bend branch of the Northern Pa
cific. South Bend won from Doty Sun
day by a score of 5 to 4. Batteries
South Bend. Katula and Chrlstensen;
Dotv. Anderson. Vitous and Davis.
Katula may be 4?riven a tryout with
scored thjlr first run in ths tllta wueniTacoma or Seattle.
GAME LAWS PRINTED
Pamphlet Tells Open Season
Dates and Regulations.
COPY AID TO SPORTSMEN
With Deer Hunting Near, Chance Is
Given to Avoid Possible Slip.
Information for Anglers
Also Is Included.
OPEN HUNTING AND ANGLING
Buck deer with horns, August
15 to October 31. ',
Silver gray squirrels, Septem
ber 1 to October 31.
Ducks and geese. October 1 to
January 15. (Federal law.)
Rails and coots. October 1 to
January 15. (Federal law.)
Chinese pheasants and grouse.
October 1 to October 31; October
1 to 10 in Jackson County; no
open season in Coos, Josephine
and Curry counties.
Quail, October 1 to 31 In Coos,
Curry, Jackson and Josephine
counties; closed at all other
times in counties west of Cas
Doves, September 1 to Octo
Trout longer than six Inches,
April 1 to October 31.
Trout longer than ten inches,
Bass, crappies, Williamson's
whitefish, catfish and graylings,
BY EDWARD HILL.
Many violators of the fish and game
laws when haled into court after being
caught by State Game Warden Shoe
maker's deputies, fishing or hunting
out of season, put ud tbe plea that
they did not know the season was
closed on whatever they had caught oi
As this is no excuse in court and has
been the undoing of many sportsmen,
a pamphlet giving the dates and the
limits during the various seasons has
been printed. The angler or hunter may
have a copy on request and its perusal
may save him much trouble brought
about by neglect or ignorance.
The State of Oregon is divided into
two great sections, each of which has
different dates for opening the season
on certain fish and- game.
District number one comprises the
counties west of the Cascades, while
district number two comprises the rest
Deer Season Same State Over.
The open Beason on some things, for
instance, deer, is the same in both dis
tricts. August 15 to October 31. A
short season on Chinese pheasants Is
allotted tb section number two. It. is
unlawful to kill this bird in any coun
ties in the second district except Union,
and only in that county from October
1 to 10. The season on grouse, which
are not found in section one, is from
August 15 to October 31.
With the deer season only two Sun
days off. it would be well for the
hunter to begin thinking up the many
important things and laws by which
he must abide, before departing on
It is unlawful to kill any but buck
deer with horns; it is unlawful to hunt
at night: it is unlawful to hunt with
out having a hunting license on one's
person, and to refuse to show one's
license on demand of a proper offieer,
owner or representative of real property
on which one is hunting; it Is unlaw
ful to hunt on any game preserve; it
is unlawful tu disguise sex or kind of
Use of Dogs Unlawful.
It is also unlawful to hunt deer
with dogs, as well as to lie-in wait
near licks while hunting deer. No per
son is permitted to have in his pos
session more than 40 pounds of jerked
The deer season in all counties east
of the Cascade Mountains opens Au
gust 15, and closes October 31, the same
as on the Pacific slope.
State Game Warden Shoemaker, Just
back from a trip on which he visited
the principal game sections of the state,
reports an abundance of deer in the
central section of Oregon. The deer
in that part of the Etate is larger than
that of this section. It is called "mule"
deer, the name no doubt arising from
the fact that If has a tail similar to
OAKLAND SIGNS JOE TOB1N
Return to Coast League Result of
Victoria Club Disbanding.
SAN FRANCISCO, -Aug. 2. (Spe
cial.) Joe Tobin is coming back to
the Pacific Coast League. When the
Victoria club in. the Northwestern
League disbanded, the outfielder be
came a free agent and the Oakland
club got busy today and signed him
up: Manager Elliott is in need of
outer gardeners with Rube Gardner
and Mundorff both on the disabled
list and Tobin will fill in. Transpor
tation has been forwarded to him at
Tacoma and ha Is expected to arrive
here by Wednesday or Thursday and
will get right into the game.
Tobin was with the Seals this Spring
but lost out because of the keen com
petition for outfield berths. He land
ed with Victoria and has been playing
left field regularly and hitting pretty
EAST SIDE BEATS BEAVER HILL
Lead of Coos Bay League Taken by
Winning Third Game in Row.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. Aug. 2. (Spe
cial.) East Side leads the Coos Bay
Baseball League, having won its third
consecutive victory yesterday from
Beaver Hill, 11 to 2. Maloney, of the
East Side, a promising young player,
hit the ball for the longest home run
seen In the league this year.
The Coos River. Hatchery team shut
out the Blue Ridge Hgers, 18 to 0.
Pitcher Roy Gill, of the Tlrrer team,
was hit on the head by a pitched ball
in the fifth inning and had to retire.
The score at the time was 4 to 0 in
favor of the Hatchery.
Salt Lake Umpires to Stay.
SAN FRANCISCO, "Aug. 2. (Special.)
The complaint from Salt Lake over
the umpiring of Jimmy Toman and
Billy Phyle will not influence President
Baum in switching the officials. The
Coast League head declares that he is
satisfied that Toman and Phyle . are
capable umpires and has scheduled
them to stick at Salt Lake. The other
umpires also will remain the same for
the coming series.
Yankee Scout on Coast.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2. George
Davis arrived here today and will re
main, he says, for a couple of weeks
to look over the players of the Coaat
League In a search for new blood for
the New Tork Americans. He is look
ing for pitchers and catchers, he says.
THE 60QD JUDGE GETS A COMPLIMENT FROM THE BRICKLAYER.
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he learns the facts himself.
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco seasoned
and sweetened just enough cuts out so much of the
grinding ana spuung.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW IS NOW CUT TWO WAYS1I
W-B CUT IS LONG SHRED. RIGHT-CUT IS SHORT 3HW1D.
Take less than one-quarter the old size chew. It
will be more satisfying than a mouthful of ordinary!
tobacco. Just take a nibble of it until yon find the
strength chew that suits you, then see how easily and
evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies,'
how much less you have to spit, how few chews you
take to be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is Thi
Real Tobacco Chew. That's why it co.ts less in the end.
The taste of Dure, rich tobacco does not need to be covered up. Aa
Kcess of licorice and sweetening makes you spit too much.
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
((Notice bow the salt brings
oat tbe Hell tobacco taste."
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Coast League Head Calls 8
Team Circuit Unlikely.
PLAN DISCUSSED BEFORE
A. T. Buum Says Conditions Are Not
Right to Expand and lie Thinks
Magnates Would Xot Con
sider Taking Chance.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 2. (Special.)
Talk ot the Pacific Coast League expanding-
to an eight-club circuit in
1916, which has Deen revived because
the Northwestern League has been
forced to cut to four clubs, is not re
ceived with any degree of enthusiasm
by President A. T. Baum. The head
of the league goes on record as saying
that he hardly expectr: any such move,
in view of baseball conditions all over
- "I doubt much if the Coast League
magnates -vould even consider the mat
ter at the present time," he said.
While the Coast League has no com
plaint to make relative to the business
this- season when it is compared to
other leagues, I hardly think it would
be advisable to branch out until con
ditions become normal again.
"We would be taking a chance in
taking In other cities when our present
circuit is doing nicely. Then again,
you must remember that Seattle and
Spokane are the territory of the North
"The matter was discussed at our
annual meeting last Winter, when It
was doubtful it the Northwestern
League would open the season. At that
time the magnates were not enthusias
tic over the proposed expansion. I
have not noticed any change of senti
ment since then. The proposal to take
in Seattle has been discussed time and
again, but nothing has come of It, and
I do not look for any new development
XOKTHWESTEKN CUT INDORSED
Magnates Oppose Any Move to Turn
Clubs Over to Coasters.
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 2. (Special.)
With the Northwestern League set
tled down to a four-club circuit and
with the race tightening and the fans
looking for a close finish, the directors
who cut two clubs from the list Sunday
morning are satisfied that they made
Although some dissatisfaction has
been expressed by the Aberdeen sup
porters, the promise that Aberdeen
would be allowed to retain its fran
chise has comforted the anxious ones
in the Southern Washington city. The
Victoria club was being supported by
the league anyway, and there is no one
to mourn its departure, except the play
Several of the magnates expressed
themselves as heartily opposed to any
negotiations with the Coast League in
regard to taking over any clubs in
Northwestern League territory.
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All these and more are crowded into a visit to the
Tillamook County Beaches
Through the untrampled forests of the Coast
mountains the Scenery is indeed grand.
Tillamook County Resorts present many
novel attractions for all.
Hotels, lodging-houses, camps and cottages
afford ample accommodations.
Let us send our illustrated folder describing
this section. .
Round-Trip Fares From Portland
to Garibaldi Beach Resorts
Season Tickets on sale daily. $4.00.
Week-End Saturday - Monday, $3.00.
Corresponding low fares to .other resorts.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Tillamook Passenger Lvs. Portland 7:45 A. M.
Seashore Special Lvs. Portland 1:40 P. M.
Parlor Observation Car, With Buffet ,
Lunch, on the "Seashore Special."
Pacific Broadway 2760.
Home A 6704.
A 22 Departments.
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