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THE MORXHTO ORKGOXIAN. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915.
KAHLER IS SIGY
Vernon Held to 5 Hits, While
Portland Clouts Art
HILLYARD MAKES HOMER
Cmplrea, F tansy and Guthrie. Time,
BOD117S BLUDGEON' BEATS BEES
Tiller Caret Pitcbea Four-Hit Game
for Seals ado Wins, 6 to Z.
OAKLAND, CaL. Auc 12. San Fran
cisco won the game with Salt Lake
today. S.to Z. It waa tha Seals' game
all tha war through, largely dua to
the. twirling of Tiller Caret, who
pitched a four-bit Kama. Boole was
responsible for moat of tha 8esl runs.
K drove in three and scored himself.
Bait Lake I Saa Frmnelare
Borne Lock Is With Home Club, bat
; Air-Tlgnl llkK'ni and Paring
! Bm Ra lining Are Chief Kac-
V tor la 7 -to-2 Victory.
rsrlftr Cess Lraara Maadlac.
W . Or I W. I PCI
. :iu .V.4 F'.nlind. . . A -172
a n...i.n!lllUUinil.... IS 3
Veraoa 4 . Salt Lake.. .!
. . i Pwi t V . rn a n 2.
a i n.iil-Francisco S, Ball Lake
jkt Yeraoo Loa Angeles , Oakland L
ET KOSCOB FAWCETT.
Tortland checked the Vernon Tig-era,
T to I. yesterday after two defeats,
under a sunny sky and with 1J00
arreet-hlntc fans seated around the am
phitheater. Said check was accomplished partly
by crace f a home run over tha left
flel.l fence by Hlllyard. scoring the
final thre tallies, but chiefly because
Vi-ter Kanler. late of Cleveland, bad
on his pitching clothes.
KaMcr was aa tight as an Armenia
Junk dealer In tha pinches, and yet It
must he said that big George bad a
few span's of luck mixed In with bis
lle was dented for five bits, and only
one of tha two runs was earned.
Fiumiifs error and Kahlei's wild pltc
phiUnthroplcally banded over tha gift
Beasera Maabaadle Freaass.
Meanwhile Arthur Fromme. born a
Quincy. Ill September S. ISM. was
b'in roughly manhandled by the
leaver crew, led by BUI Speas and Kay
Several times sharp fielding by
F'orttop Berger and First Baseman
tileichmann saved tha ex-Xew York
Clant's scalp. For one-half an Inning,
In fact. Vernon held the lead, this same
being In the first of the sixth Inning.
when the visitors scored a run on
walk. Wllholfs double and Purtells
second sacrifice fir.
Only for a few moments, however.
In the last of the sixth Speas began
by doubling to renter and Stumpt
cored htm for a 2-3 count by a single
Portland won In the seventh when
tte Beavers ran wild on the bases.
After a walk and Leber's single, illtxe
, obliged by throwing low to second on
steal, and lllllyard registered. Ham
mond laced out a hit to right In this
same eventful Inning, and when be
pulled a delayed double steal on the
Tigers. Purtcil dropped Mines throw
and another ran counted.
lllllyard Uladdewa Faaa.
Hence the score, when Hlllyard came
across with bis homer, waa 4-2 In Port
land'a favor, but the theatric thump
waa welcomed J'Mt the same. For some
weeks lllllyard has been doing
Tassy-ln-Mudvllle" pose at the home
plate, and his circuit swat brought Joy
n the Portland bench, because of the
suspicion that perhaps It meant an
other spree of terrific fence-buetlng for
the bulky outfielder.
Bates opened the eighth with a single
to left, and Stompf was on second from
a walk when the home run rattled
Into the party.
Owing to Davis bsd knee. Bates
went back to third base yesterday, and
yll Speas held down the initial sack
Fisher twisted an ankle late In the
game, and Carisca caught tha final
in rl nit
Hammond's Inability to lay a good
bunt cost tha Beavers a tally In the
initial Inning, and a run tMen looked
as big as our National debt. Carlisle
started by slammlna a two-bagger up
n the right-field runway. Hammond
bunted directly Into Fromme'e hands,
and Carlisle was caught at third. Hits
by Speas and Bates did garner one run
In this Inning snd put tha locals off
ahead for a change.
Evans or lligginbotham today, op
posing Plerrey or Henley. Hot Itttt
has been ill. so It Is hardly likely that
he wtll work before tomorrow or Sun
Veraea I Portland
Gedeoa.2-. Z 0
Orr.e 1 Z
Hanaah.c. 3 0
Ursaorr.p z S
Aft H OAK
U H OA E
t 1 HchmlJt.0.
Z Ixwna.t. .
ft 0 Ctrhen.a..
Z 0 Jones.!....
( 0 ct.p....
Totals. S (1111!, Totals. Jilt IT 14 0
Zacoer batted for Oresory la eighth.
Salt Lake 1 e O 0 S Z
Hits 1 Z 1 0 0 0 0 4
Ban Francisco lllltttl
Hits Z S 1 Z 1 1 II
Rons. Shlnn. Oedeoa, Fitscerald t. Pensi
le r. Bodle. ateloan. Jones. Four runs, 1 hits
off Oreforv li at bet la T Innings. Two
base bit. llrlou. Charge defeat te Oregory.
SarrMlcs bits. Schmidt, Schiller t. First
base oa c;1 balls, otf trregory on
t'avat 2. titruck out. by Orogory -. Stolen
basea, tiedeoa, orr. FltsgersJO. uowna. nr.
sad. uouci piaya. imwu lo v uiu..
lielooB. Runs resoonslble for. Gregory
rant Z. Schmuia Z. Wild pitch. Caeet.
Tubs, l it. I'mplres. Held and Brashear.
MISS FORDING WINS
Portland Player Victor in Sin-
gles and Doubles.
SCORES ARE DECISIVE
old. played first base today In a baseball
game between the Sunnysides and 6hady
sides, two teams of East onto street mer
chants. It was his ZOth game this season.
Last year he played In 67 games, batting
.12. fielding .170 and striking out only
MANY PRIZES OFFERED
WA RATH OX HWITI IS DIVIDKD 1
wader.!. .. 3
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fV.Lh s.l 4
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2 Ht.J. ..
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B H O A r.
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Ve-nos O OO O I 0 A A
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j-orTisna I o O O 0 13 3 X T
llts 31100323 X 11
Runs. RsTlees 3. Carlisle. Kpeas 3. Bates.
tumrf. Mil!ard 3. ittniek out. by Fromme
a. KaMer 3. Bases oa balls, off Fromme
e. KA-iier . Two-bsse nits. arltsle. lBer
!. TVIIhott. H.me run. Hlllrard.
Iot:e ptava Hammond to 8tumpf; Ir.r
o t.teicnmaan Hammond to Speas.
Fcr1flee hits. Purtetl 2. Kromme. Ksnl-r.
Fser. Fler. Stolen bases. ;- 3. Mltse.
Jer.r. Olelrrrmsnn. Ibee. Carlisle. 11am-
mt or pitrne.1 ban. Muse by Kah
iee. wild pltcx Kahler. Buns revponslble
ror. mmiM a. Kanier 1. Time of game,
rmptree. t'hyte snd Toman.
ASGflLS B.T BCUNS FTIOM BOX
Oaks Gather One Tally on Wild
Pitch and Thus Karape Shutout.
. LOS A.VCELE3. Aug. 12. Burns waa
a victim of a batting onslaught by Los
.Angeles la the fourth Inning, which
netted tha Angels three runs, enough
to win from Oakland today. 5 to 1.
Tha Oaks pitcher had poor support and
retired after the seventh Inning. Will
iams waa effective throughout. The
Oaks gathered their single tally In the
first on M arcana walk. Mlddletons
sacrifice and a wild pitch by Williams,
txsktssd I LoSAaget
n n u a. r.
Marr-an.!. Z I a tSMaggert.ro
0 t Rim'ler.Z
t 1 Wolter.r.
f OtTerrr.s. ...
1 4 Hroolts.e. .
Z 0 Puller...
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es. I . . .. 4
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Lltsebt.1. 4 1
Burnap- 2 S
tiler, p. . . . 0 O
4 Z f 1 U
Totaia aa : il tw. zsioit a
Haa far Barns la eighth.
Oakland 1 S O O O S 1
Hits ..I SI 1 S O O O 3 I
las Angeles ...... ...S soazsss I
Kits t llllll IS
Rase. Marean, Masi-rt. Ruemlller. Wal
ter. Ksoraer, Ellis. Two-base hit. Poller.
Three ease hit. Johnston. stolen bases.
Mdaer. V assert sacrifice hita. MiHdle-r-n
x Wtour. Struck out. by Burns 3.
w iiTtajno t. Bswr 1. Basee e ba' s. erf
Wu-sa 1, WTTllame g Buns responsible for.
Williams 1. Bursa 3. Nine hits. I runs. ?
at bat sff Butss la T Inn Ins. Chsnce de
fva t to Bars a Doeh'e slsrs. atsegert te
Rst'er: Buemlller fa Terry to goereer VT!!d
p;tea, m"l: " Baras a. Passed salt, XI-1
Awaraa to Bo Made to Leadlas Men,
Woaaea aad CbUdrea la Th
Mile Rare la River Sararday,
Although everyone entered la the
Willamette River marathon awlm to be
held Saturday afternoon oy tha Mult
nomah Club will start at tha same
time, the swim In reality Is divided Into
three sections. Prizes have been hung
up for the first five men to finish, th
first three women, and tho first three
boys of 1 years or under.
The first prizes la tho men's an
women a section Include a gold watc
to tho first finisher. Tho first youth
to finish will be rewarded with aa all
wool blark-and-gold bathing suit
The prises are on display In th
Washington-street window of th
The start will be made at 1:30 P. M.
from tho moorings of tha Oregon
Yacht Club, near the Oaks. Jack Cody,
the Multnomah Club swimming In
atructor. Is receiving a flood of sppllca
ttons by every mall. Tha swim
oocn to any swimmer who has not
competed professions lly. The finish of
the race will be at the foot of Salmon
street on the west stda of the river.
The swimmers will leave ths Oregon
Yscht Club moorings, swing around th
dredge and make their way along the
west side of the island, then swim
diagonally to the west bank of the
Willamette and keep close to the shore
until tho finish. The course is a trifle
more than three miles long. Captain
Fred Falling. In his craft, will convey
the judges along the course. A canoe
roust be In attendsnce with every two
BOIT 51AY BE IX B.VIUIACKS
Kendall and Sailor White Likely to
Box at Vancouver Next Month.
Arrangements are almost com
pleted for a ten-round bout between
Frank Kendall, tho heavyweight ap
pearing this week In a boxing act with
Karl Miebus at tne Kmpress. and Sailor
White. The bout Is to bo staged In
tho Vancouver Barracks not later than
the first week In September.
According to Tom KatcMffe. bouts
were stsged sll during his stay In Kan
sas at Fort Leavenworth, and the ssme
will be tried here. Boxing of any sort
s under the ban In Vancouver, but the
city and county authorities' power ends
at tho boundary of the barracks.
Kendall has a good word to say for
Earl Miebus, his sparring partner.
He la the likeliest light-heavyweight
I have worked out with." said the big
fellow In his dressing-room yesterday.
"Karl la good for his weight, and he
could show up a lot of fellows travel
Ing around the country under the guise
of boxers. On my trip 1 worked out
with the worst snd the beat of them.
but I came home to find the best light
heavy 1 ever saw In Miebus."
HEAI.S TO SELL- STOCK TO ALL
Baseball Club Incorporated for
$300,000, Shares S3 Each
SAX FItANCISCO. Aug. 12. Articles
of Incorporation for the San Francisco
baseball club were filed today as the
first step la the plan to sell 20.000
shares of stock of the psr value of &
to the public. The articles call for
capital stock of t SuO.000. The Incorpo
rators are W. H. Berry. T. J. Stephens.
S. F. He rr. Thomas F. Graham and
Joseph A. Chanslor.
Mr. Berry announced tho plsn Tues
day. I would rather have 20,000 part
ners than one." ho said. We want to
sell this stock fo a multitude of peoplo
to create Interest In the club.
KTANUINCH Or THE TEA.
W. L Prt.t W. U Pet
, 53 45 .Ml I Boston i.'M.Mn
, 54 4 .Si-4'Xew York.. 4 4 .!
, Si 4 .SIS.St. Louis .. 4S.4ti-
Zl .ili;CinclnnaU.. 43 S7 .430
33 .K.VI New Tork . . SO (It .401
4 3i .6.-2 Cleveland... 3 SI .3vO
Chirsgo. ... SI 41 .&: Mt. Louis
Washington 14 4 .24 Phlladel. ..
Cilleago. ... US 45 .RS7 St. Louia.. ..
Kan. city as 4n .a.vs Hrooaiyn...
Newark.... &7 44.5.V3 iluffalo....
Pittsburg.. 13 44 .445 Baltimore..
St. Paul.... 44 .39' Louisville..
Indkan'olls. 5 41 .5.V."Mllwaukee.
Minneapolis OS 51 .SU Cleveland. .
Kanaas city Di dl commous. .
Dee Moines. TO 3 .4'L!nco!n. ....
lkonver...., tiii .ivsoniahi
Topeka.... 54 43 .514 Wichita. . ..
Sioux City.. M 53 .J13iSt. Joseph...
Fpokane... TO 43 . sir! Seattle
40 S4 .34
47 fit .4.-5
3 7 .350
S3 5.1 .lino
47 5S .44
47 ." .44.1
42 tid .3V
51 ri .505
51 57 .472
43 III .424
41 47 .i0
80 ST .313
62 3d. 5JJ. Vancouver. . 65i.4o7
American Association Milwaukee 12. In
dianapolis 12 lo lnninss; bu I'aul 1L Lou
isville 3. No others scheduled.
Western League Topeaa .. hi. joeepn o:
Omaha 3. Lincoln 1. lea Moines 0. Wichita
i Ueaver 15, Bloux city li.
Where the Teams Play Today.
Paclfte Coast Leasnu Vernon at Port-
aad. ealt like at baa Franclaco, Oakland
I Loa Angeles.
Hew tbe Series btaad.
parlrlc Coast Lsaeue Vernon 3 games.
Portland 1 game; ban Francisco 3 games.
Salt Lake 1 gsme; Loe Angelea 3 games,
Oakland no gams.
Beaver Bait lag Averages.
Ab. II. At I Ab. It. Av.
Ham'oad. V4 .4rto Derrick.. 474 119 .24
Hates.... S73 124 .3 1- Carlisle.. 7T11T.:4.
Isbec.... t4 .e-o l.usn. .. .. as is. 24.
tumpf.. R"4 t.Vt Evans. ... 4 ll.-e
pui. a.. a; 114 .J Krause... 77 IT .3.0
intrh. . Zn4 .. Kahler. . . ad 3.141
Ibee. ... 33 BO .27 oveleekle M
Hlllyard.. a7 M ..7 lUag M 13 .lit
Davis.... S IIJMi
Sirs. Xorthup and Miss Ford lng Take
Match, 6-1, 6-1, and Seattle
Player Gets Only S Games
in Singles Event.
SEATTLE. Aug. IS. In the state
tournament today the mixed doubles
Mrs. p. A. Turner and H. C. Coffin
best Miss Frances Fenwlck, of Everett,
and Arthur Dyssrt, 6-7, 8-C -2; Miss
aoodfellow and C. Shannon beat Mis
Oeraldlne Todd, of Tacoma, and. Don
aiu nailer, e-z. s-s.
In tho women's singles Miss Stell
Fording, of Portland, beat Miss Jane
Lambuih. -l. t-2: Miss Sara Living'
stone beat Miss Annls Green. .(-0. (-1.
In the women's doubles Miss Fording
and Mrs. Northup. both of Portland.
defeated Miss Helen Atkinson and Miss
Lorraine Hssselo, both of Tacoma. f-1.
EAST AXD WEST TO MEET TODAY
McLoughlin to Play Iiehr for Right
to Challenge Williams.
SEABRIQHT, N. J- Aug. 12. Two
former stars of Davis cup matches.
Maurice E. McLoughlin. of Ean Fran
Cisco, and Karl II. Behr. of New York,
survived the semi-finals In tho singles
here today on tbe turf courts of th
Seabrlght Lawn Tennis and Cricket
McLoughlin found Nathaniel W. Niles,
of Boston, a strong opponent, who
forced blm to a deuce set before he
won at 8-C. (-2. Behr ' had an easier
time of It with Theodore R- Pell, of
New Tork. whom he defeated. 8-1, 6-3.
McLoughlin and Ward Dawson, th
California pair, won the final of the
doubles. They defeated Leonard Beek
man and L. E. Maban, a scratch pair.
X. f-4. 8-1. The match ended In
The rivals of the West and East will
meet tomorrow to decide the right to
challenge R. Norrls Williams II for his
holding of the Achells cup. Williams
arrived here from Chicago today and
tuned up his strokes against Niles.
McLoughlin, because of his unbeaten
record this year and his known deter
mination to regain the National cham
pionship tournament later this month.
at the West Side Tennis Club at For
est Hills. X. T., held tho interest of
the gallery in the singles. He was
lightning fast, as he hsd to be. for
Niles bombarded htm with low ground
shots and drives. The Bostonlan broke
through McLoughlln's service for
lesd of 5-4 on games In the first seL
The Callfornlan increased his pace so
that Niles could not hold his advantage
and won the set. Niles. by a combina
tion of fine driving and volleying, again
broke through McLoughlin s service in
the first game of tho second seL He
led at 2-0 on games. Again the Call
fomian rose to his greatest speed to
win six consecutive games and the
Slellwagen Defeats I.lndauer.
KANSAS CITT. Mo, Aug. 12. Selford
Stellwagen. of Minneapolis, defeated Al
Lindauer, of Chicago. 6-4. 3-6. 6-1, in
the fifth round singles In the Missouri
Valley tennis championship here today.
Form was given an upset when Stephen
C'laflin. Roanoke Club, defeated E. P.
Tynee. Kansas City Athletic Club, In
the fourth) round, and after but an
hour's rest won handily from R. L.
RACE PROGRAMME IS GIVEN
Centralla Fair to Hare IS Events
In Pour Days.
CENTRA LI A. Wash.. Aug. 12. (Spe
claL) The complete race programme
for the 1)16 Southwest Washington
fair, which opens August 23. was an
nounced today by George Walker, sec
retary of the fair association. There
will be four days of racing this year.
wttn three races each day.
every event Is Tun. the Z:2S pace
having 22 entries. Being tbe first fair
in the North Pacific circuit, some of
no fastest horses on. the coast will be
een In action. It Is expected that 100
horses will be In the barns ready for
workouts by Saturday. Tho fairgrounds
track Is In fine shape.
The programme Includes the 2:15
pace. 13 entries; 2:25 trot. 13 entries;
25 pace. 22 entries; free-for-all trot.
seven entries; 3-year-old pace, six
entries; 3-year-old trot, four entries;
free-for-all pace, seven entries; 2:30
trot, 11 entries; 3:18 pace. 23 entries:
20 trot, eight entries, and 2-year-old
pace, one entry.
Brief Bits of Sport.
Al Lodell hss gathered together aulta a
bunch of ex-Nortnweaterners over at For-
yuia. Mont, butherland. tha young Port-
d plteber. reteaaed by Spokane, baa won
eight atralgbt, and Fltchner has won three
out of four; Bart Lamb, ex-Victoria Bee. la
oldlng down tbrld for Lodell: French, of
Baker, Is on second, snd Wolfer, a Portland
lad. la at abort. In a letter to Jimmy
Hlehardson. Lodell says tha Portland bunch
will not know Wolfer when he returns, as
a naa improved wonderfully. Jimmy Men
tor is In censer. He got married recently.
The club has won 11 out of It games Lo-
n tnea out witn Seattle In m!d-eason
but didn't get off right, and Jumped tha
Sound City soon after to Manager For
Rowdy Elliott, of the Oaks, complains
that tha youthful talent la devoting Itself
too mucn to tno pitching box and the out-
eld. As a consequence there la a ahortase
of good Infleldera. The Oska are woefullly
k at second, third and short. On ths
other hand Walter McCredle hasn't had
any difficulty in lining op good Infieldera,
and what he needa la eome of thla surnlus
outfield and pitching talent. Where is It,
Leach Cross la figuring on a retirement.
Cross bravely admits he is 10 years old
.nd that his fighting daya are about over.
I own a 111 model automobile, a finely
furnished dental office and enough patienta
to keep ma hopping, so why should 1 wish
for more?" said he.
e o a
After all this chatter Roy Corhan may
not get to take s Journey to the big brush.
Harry wolwsrton saya that be has not beeen
offered any Inducements to part with his
tarllng snortpatcher by the t. Louie
Cards. Although Scout Eddie Herr dis
cussed Corban'a chances of going to the big
show pro and eon wben ha was a visitor
In Cslifomls, there se.ms to be no chan-e.
It looks Ilka Koy will be passed up again
by the favter company. Thla is a bit of
tough luck for Roy. but the ttesl manage
ment will not be heard to complain, aa he
aa been moat valuable to the Frisco team
ever since he had his nsme attached to Us
The rase of Corhsn Is one of those that
cause fsns to scratch their domea and pon
der. Here Is a nifty little ball tosser that
is plenty good mouth for the fester route,
yet he Is passed up season after season.
Be It known, nowever. that corhan was
once In the big tent but was aent back to
he AA circuit after having stopped one of
alter Johnsons wnisxes with his head.
Perhape this is the reason he . sever since
has had a chance to go up.
Shadea of Amos Busle? Glsnoe at this
Interesting bit of baseball news sent out
over the wires from Pittsburg, and then see
If you caa guess how many major league
clubs will be after this bsll tosser.
Pittsburg. George ArtserDurser. st years.
AID IN PROTECTING GAME IDEA
Forestry Service Jlen Asked to Co
operate With Wardens. -
"The idea of tho committee ap
pointed Wednesday in Salem by the
btate Fish and Game Commission was
to secure the co-operation of. the state
and Federal forestry service In pro
tecting game, said State Game Warden
fenoemaker yesterday. "Reports sent
out of the meeting said that it was
for the purpose of having tbe game
wardens assist the foresters in fighting
forest Are but such Is not the case.
With the co-operation of the forestry
service tho game warden's will have
their burden lifted to a great extent
and a great deal of good should come
of the move. Forest Supervlser S. C
Bart ram. of Roseburg, has a plan
which bo declares will do away with
duplication of the work of the two
Mr. Shoemaker is a member of the
DANNY O'BRIEN TO MAKE BOW
Lightweight to Go Six Rounds at
Smoker in Scllwood.
Danny O'Brien, a few years ago one
oi tne most popular lightweights In
the Northwest, will make his bow be
fore a Portland audience for the first
time In several years tonight. Danny
is scheduled to clash In a six-round
encounter with Ed Eaton, the battling
fireman, at a smoker staged In Sell-
wood for the benefit of the Sellwood
Dingbats, of the City League.
Six bouts have been arranged by
Alansger Lewis, of the Sellwood club.
Abe Gordon and a youngster giving the
name of Johnny Williams will furnish
the semi-final. The bouts will be held
In Robinson's Hall. . Take Sellwood
car to Tenlno avenue.
OKTCAGOANS WIN AT SPOKANE
Semi-Professionals Shut Opt by Vni
Terslty Boys, 4 to 0.
SPOKANE. Wash.. Aug. 12. The Chi
cago University team defeated the Var-
neys. a semi-professional local team.
here today by a score of 4 to 0. Palee.
oi tjnicago, struck out 10 men and al
lowed one scratch hit. The Chicago
team win play Vancouver, Wash., to
morrow and the Portland Coast League
team sionaay. score:
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Chicago U. 4 10 lVarneys... 0 13
Batteries Paige and Gray: Dasch-
baugh and Gray.
S Hawthorne Morchant were victors
In two svmr Sunday. They triumphed
over the Log Cabin Bakery squad, 7 to 3.
snd handed the Newsboys a blank while
they were pllinc up 17 runs. Scott and
Schoots formed the wlnnlntr battery In the
first same. ODDosins McCarthy ana wax.
Scott whiffed 10 and allowed five hita. Blak
twirled ine second game lor tne vie torn.
true it out. lb and alluwcd but one bingle,
Garden Home won another victory Sun
day over the Hen Hur team by the score
of 10 to 0. Canialn Cronuuiat. of the vic
tors, fell in the eighth lnnlnr coming In
for a fly and was knocked cold. He suf
fered a badly cut lip and the loss of one
of his teeth. Erlckaon, Dcssinger and Ken-
br worked for the Garden Home sauaa
against ttweraitcK ana wax.
Beaverton defeated the Foresters Sunday
by the ont-slded arore of 13 to z. bcbwarix,
the 1 user's mound man. waa hit hard, while
Uanser pitched hla usual steady game. Gar-
uea Home pi ays ai .Beaverton next ounaay.
it lAnk 11 lnninra of hard battllna for the
Maccabeea to triumph over the crack Amerl-
aLaundry squaa fcunaay. iney won
when the Laundry boys blew up in tne
eleventh, 14 to ti. Prior to the laat inning
he contest was one or tne oest seen on
the diamond at East Twelfth and uavis
t re eta. Catcher Hardy, ot tne winners,
knocked out a three-bagger that brought
over three runs.
m m w
Made" Teast continued to show good
form for the Montavilla club Sunday when
twirled six tnnlngs against tne jvirit-
n. trick man. He allowed no hits ana no
run. Tho finish saw Montavilla the victor.
1.1 to 1. Knlnpie starrea at oat iur ma
winners with a homer. Starr, for the losers,
allowed 1 blnglcs and struck out eight.
Tha Piedmont Artisans won a swat feat
from the Oakhnrst Grays at Piedmont bun
day. 10 to 7. - Henderson, for the winners.
1 jo wed five saietiea ana iituck out i. i
Th fast Caoital Hill squad defeated the
Peninsula Grivi Sunday. 13 to 4. They alao
defeated the Bricklayers on the same date,
19 to 10. For gam-a with the victors write
. C. Novak, Hillsdale, Or.
with Sttiiivo.fi an Shea form In r the hat-
iziildsnroda defeated the I nlon Den.
lsla t-undar en tlio Montgomery iiais or in.
core ot js to . wneisione sisnru iw m.
Dentists but gave way later to Lewis.
In a fsst gsme of Indoor baseball the Idle
ich detested the Never Sweats on the
haver school floor Monday nlgnt by tne
srors of 12-9. Webb ana bne& wero ino
CLUB MAY BE HQS
Winged "M" Possibly Will Pu
on 1916 Wrestling Games.
ATHLETIC OFFICIALS HERE
Fred W. Rublen Blakes Half-Way
Promise to Aid Multnomah in
Getting- Championships Coast
to Get More Recognition.
As a result of the visit of Fred W,
Rublen. secretary of the Amateur Ath
letic Union, in Portland yesterday the
Multnomah Athletic Club may play
host to the National wrestling cham
Dionshins In 1916.
Edgar Frank, the man mainly re
sponsible for the securing of the Na
tional mat games lrf 1911 for Portland,
entertained - Secretary Rublen an
party during their sojourn in the city
and he extracted a half-way promise
of support from his New York visitor
before shooting him Northward on an
early afternoon rattler.
with Secretary Rublen were Mrs.
Rubien and C. A. S. Hatfield, the latter
prominent athletic club booster of
Coast Grievance Deemed Just.
All witnessed the National games at
the San Francisco Exposition, and, as
result of their visit, Mr. Rublen said
that he thought the Far Western off!
cials would not have further cause to
complain of inattention.
'This Pacific Coast Is a great coun
try," said Secretary Rubien. "It look
to me as If the Coast has a just grlev
ance against the Union officials and
hereafter I intend to see to It that you
get more of the big events out this
He added that the committee did
right in throwing out all the records
established in the meet at San Fran
Cisco owing to the high wind.
Matt Halpin. another New York ath
letic kingpin. Is expected In Portland
today fOn his way Eastward.
Cole III. Bays Dr. Stewart.
Dr. E. J. Stewart, athletic director
at the Oregon Agricultural College,
also dropped in yesterday after hi
trip to San Francisco. He attributed
Cole's failure to qualify in the discus
throw, to illness contracted on the boat
"Guy Hobgood ran a wonderful race
against Kolehmalnen," declared Dr.
Stewart. "Guy .may not return to col
lege this Fall although he is eligible
for another year, but in any event he
Intends to train hard and go after the
Finn at the 1916 National champion
ships at Newark. N. J."
All the Portland athletes are back
except Fee. Muirhead and Grant.
RED SOX SHUT OUT BROWNS
Foster's Two Doubles Also Count for
Most of Boston's Runs.
BOSTON. Aug. 12. Foster shut out
the St. Louis Americans for the second
time in the six-game series today, the
Red Sox scoring four runs. He also
was a factor in the locals offense, his
two doubles figuring in three runs.
Austin. 3. .
Wellman.p 3 0 0
0 2 0 0 Hooper.r..
i 1 uiscott.s. . ..
s oiGalner.l. ..
1 0iLewls.l. ..
0 l:Barry,2. . .
7 Oi Foster, p. . .
B H O A E
5 2 0
2 2 0
Th. ri,m seroTMl team defeated the
Olda. Wortman a King nine Sunday. 16 to .
Crack Swimmers Join Olympic Club.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug, 12. George
Cunha. of Honolulu, who often has
rcssed Duke KahanamoKU in tne snort
distance swimming events, and Ludjr
Langer. of Los Angeles, who recently
took four championship titles and set
four new records here In the quarter,
half mile and mile, both will swim
rtder the Olympic Club colors. Cunha
as filed an application and Langer will
do so soon, it is said. Langer will
ttend the University of California at
Berkeley the coming school year.
Red Sox Send Pen nock to Minors.
BOSTON. Aug. 12. The release of
Herbert Pennock. the Boston American
Ditcher, formerly of the Philadelphia
Americans, to the Providence club of
the International League, was an
nounced tonight by President Lannin,
f the Boston Americana Pennock has
not pitched a full game since Boston
bought him two months ago. As presi
dent of the Providence slub, Mr. Lan-
in announced the sale or Pitcher Kalpn
Comstock to the Cincinnati Nationals.
Oakland Club Signs McArdle.
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 12. Harry Mc
Ardle. formerly of the San Francisco.
ernon and Portland Coast League
teams, aas signed today to play short
by Manager Elliott, of the Oakland
club. McArdle appeared to play the
position this afternoon, and Johnston
ent back to the outOeld. Elliott is
said to be still seeking an lnfielder from
he major leagues, McArdle to remain
n the position meanwhile. .
Multnomah Gets Gridiron Recruits.
Two more recruits have been added to
the list of Multnomah Club football
ayers. who will turn out for practice
he first Sunday in September. Bob
Bradshaw, who played end for Oregon
two years ago, will be on the job. as
well as McClelland, a former Oregon
and University of Pittsburg pigskin
artist. He is a lineman and weighs in
the neighborhood of 180, as does also
Totals. .20 S 21 15 1 Totals. 26 8 27 12
St. Ixuis 00000000 0 0
Boston t 0012001
Runs. Srjesker. Csdv. Foster 2 Two.hm
hits. Foster 2. Cady, Howard, stolen bates,
weilman. Bnse on balls. Wellman l. Fos.
ter 1. Struck out. . Weilman 1, Foster 3.
umpires. Wallace and Connolly.
Cleveland 6, Xew York 4,
NEW YORK. Aug. 12. Cleveland
evened the series with the New York
Americans today by winning the fourth
game, 6 to 4. .Warhop was hit freely.
Donovan, in the last two innings, struck
out three men. Walker pitched well
for Cleveland until the eighth, when
he weakened. Harstad checked a Yan
kee rally by striking out Alexander.
Smith. 1. ..
Ksran.c. . .
B H O A E
3 1 3 50
II u hu ts' Applications Break Record.
ROSEBURG, Or.. Aug. 12. (Special.)
More hunting licenses have been is
sued in Douglas County than ever be
fore, according to figures made public
by the County Clerk. By tomorrow
night the clerk predicts that he will
have Issued 800 licenses, only a few of
which are for anglers. The exodus of
hunters is already noticeable.
The blossoms of the basaia tree are de
pended on to a very large extent for food
by the natives of pans of India.
4 2 0 2 Uil'erk'a'h.s.
3 11 2 1 Mauiel.3...
5 3 2 1 II Hipp. 1
4 1 12 lOlCook.r. ...
5 3 10 IHartiell.l.
5 0 1 8 0IRnone2
3 0 5 1 OlAlexa'der.c 4 nil 0 0
4 2 2 S-'iWarhop.p. 110 10
it 0 0 0 0 Shawkey.p 10 0 10
lueuawell. 10 0 00
IDonovan.p. 0 0 0 0 0
turee--.... o O 0 00
Totals. 38 13 27 13 21 Totals.. 33 10 27 8 3
- iiBuru iur nnawsey in seventn.
Batted for Donovan In ninth.
Cleveland 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 6
iN.ir tort o u V u O 0 1 3 04
Runs. WIHe. Chapman. Jackson. Klrke.
Mmltra Walker, High. Maisel. Pipp. Cook.
i wo-oaae nits, wine, KlrKe. Kartzell. High
Smith. Home run. Jackson. Stolen base!
Smith. Earned runs. Cleveland 8, New
York 4. Double plays. Boone to Pipp
Klrke to Walker. Base oa balls Shaw.
Key -z. walker 4. Harstad J. Hits off
warhop. 7 In 3 2-3 innings; Shawkey, 5
in j uonovan. l in walker. 8 In
7 2-3: Harstad, 1 In 1 1-3. Struck out,
Walks- 8. Harstad 1, Warhop 2, Shawkey
3, Donovan 3. Umpires. O'Loughlln and
SPOKANE WINS IX 12 INXIXGS
Xoyes Pitches 3-Uit Game, While
" Indians Bat Mails Hard.
SPOKANE. Wash., Aug. 12. Spo
kane's poor fielding was responsible
for the game's going 12 innings here
today. Spokane finally, won from Se
attle, 4 to 3. Noyes allowed three hita
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Seattle.... 3 8 2 Spokane.. 4 16 5
Batteries Mails and Cadman; Noyes
Vancouver 3, Tacoma 2.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Aug. 12. Arlett
held Tacoma to three hits today, and
despite poor fielding Vancouver wonf
3 to 2. McGtnnity pitched good ball for
the Tigers, but his support, too. was
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Tacoma... 2 S 2 Vancouver. 3 8 6
Batteries McGinnity and Stevens:
Arlett and Brottem.
Burk Not to Play With Plttfeds.
PITTSBURG Aug. 12. Temporary
injunction restraining the .Pittsburg
Federal League baseball club from
either employing or playing Sanford
Burk, the pitcher who jumped from the
Indianapolis American Association club,
was continued late today by Judge Am
brose B. Reid in Common Pleas Court
until a final hearing is held in the case.
No date for the hearing, however, was
announced, but it was said the case
could not be resumed until October.
rtirir-rter, keveraee for auick-steo
ssja - Q- - ' fJ- " r VCOO-
thinkers and players for people who do 1
things for athletes ; who have the punch
to deliver the goods 4h a pinch.
I 'aSSr t 1 ''.,..
Demand the genuine by full name
nicknames encourage substitution.
The Coca-Cola Co.
FOOTBALL GALL ISSUED
CALIFORNIA ELEVEN TO START
PRACTICE AUGUST S3.
Oakland Commercial Club to Furnish
Dally Practice for Collegians.
Schedule Is Issued.
BERKELEY, Cal., Aug. 12. Football
the American game) will begin at
the University of California August
23. John Stroud, graduate manager.
issued the call for practice on that
date today. He also announced the
schedule of games, as yet incomplete.
Instead of the customary "scrub
team, California- this year will get into
trim with a newly organized team of
the Oakland Commercial Club, under
the guidance of Frank Deltsle, a for
mer University of Pennsylvania player.
The schedule at present, with loca
tions of some of the games undeter
Olympic Club,' September 11, 25, Oc
tober 2; Oakland Commercial Club,
September 18, October 9, 30; University
of Southern California, October 23 at
Berkeley, Thanksgiving day, November
25, at Los Angeles; University of Wash
ington. November 6 at Berkeley, No
vember 13 at Seattle, Wash., and Unl
versify of Nevada at Reno, Nev., No
anaaca1 n ainu a
MANX'S HITS WIN FOR WHALES
Newark Is Kept From First Place by
Batting: of Chlcagoan.
NEWARK. Aug. 12. Leslie Mann's
hitting kept the Newark Federals from
taking first place today. In the sev
enth his single tied the score, and in
the ninth he tripled and counted on
squeeze play, when Hannaford, batting
for Hauser. bunted safely. Score:
rt. rl. iu. I it- M. to.
Chicago 2 7 OINewark 1 7
Batteries McConnell and Fischer;
Moseley and Rariden.
Brooklyn 3, Kansas City 2.
BROOKLYN, Aug. 12. Brooklyn
made it two out of three games from
the Kansas City Federals by a 3-to-2
victory in a 12-inning pitchers' battle
today. Brooklyn tied the score in the
ixth inning, - scoring two runs. The
winning run was scored with two out
n Fred Smiths triple to the left neld
fence. Score: - .
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Kan. City... 2 11 lBrooklyn 3 9 2
Batteries Main and Lasterly; Marion
Coast League Leaders
-HESE statistics do not Include games ot
I present aeries and show only the aver-
ages of the leading regular players.
Hitters Hammond, Portland, .456; Brief,
Salt Lake, .406: Ness. Oakland, .373; Heil
mann, Han Francisco, .305; Wolter, Los An
geles. .361: Ryan. Salt Lake, .346.
Pitchers tsmttn. ban r rancisco, won Ja.
Inst 6, .714: Williams. Salt Lake, won 18.
lost 10, .643; Klswitter, Oakland, won 21,
lost 12. .636; Hughes, Los Angeles, won 17,
lost 10, .630.
Kun makers jonnston, uakiana. m Msg-
gert. Los Angeles. S3; Schaller. San Fran-
sco, so; Kyan, satt use, so; woiier, Lrfts
naeles. 2: Gedeon. Salt Lake. SI; Ness.
Oakland, 74; Shlnn, Salt Lake, 73; Fltzger-
d. San Francisco. 71: orr, bait Lake, Tl.
Base stealers Johnston, Oakland, 60;
Schaller, San Francisco, 38; Maggert, Los
ngeles, 35; wolter, Los Angeles, jlell-
ann, San t 'rancisco, zi; ritxgeraia, san
Francisco, 23; Shlnn, Salt Lake, 23; Bodle,
San Francisco, 21; McMullen Los Angeles,
20; iilddleton. Oakland, 20: Rlsberg, Ver
non, 20; Derrick. Portlsnd, 20.
Home-run hitters benauer, ban Fran
cisco. 16' Gedeon, Salt Lake, 18; Hellmann,
San Francisco. 13; Ness, Oakland, 11.
Three-base hitters wolter, Los Angeles,
14; Carlisle, Portland-Vernon, 13; Maggert,
Los Angeles, 10.
Two-base hitters Gedeon, Salt Lake, 41; I
Ryan, Salt Lake, 34; Orr. Salt Lake, 33;
ohnston, Oakland. 32; Haggert. Los An
geles, 32. .
Sacrirtce outers tsuemiuer, t,os Angeies,
Corhan. San Francisco. E0: Bodle. ban
Francisco. 25; Berger, Vernon, 24.
because ovary man wanes
There are cAher sensible
cigarettes besides Fatima
but there are none that also
just hit ths tssts of so msnr
thousands of smoks'S
Tour taste may be different.
Bat if you happen to like
Fadmas at wall as mosf
men do, too can keep tight
on smoking without may
worry about jour tongue or
throat and without "fsslins;
mean" afterwards. Fadmas
Try Fatlmas today and '
you 11 probably understand
why they're selling so fast.
The Turkish Blend Ggaieib'
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The Trojan, winner in the race, arrived
four dajrs ago.
St. Louis. Hearing of a motion to dis
solve the Injunction restraining Armando
Mariana from playing with the St. Louis
Federal League ball team, scheduled for
Thursday, was postponed, owing to the In
ability ot counsel for the Cincinnati club
to reach here. Mareans Jumped from Cin
cinnati to the St. Louis Federals.
AVIATOR TO FLY OVER CI TV
Louis Barin to Drop Cards Adver
tising Speed Contests.
Aviator Louis Barin. who will give
several exhibition flights in conjunc
tion with the motorcycle races to be
held Sunday, August 22, at the Rose
City Speedway, will fly low over the
city this afternoon between 5 and o
o'clock. On his flight the aviator will
drop numerous small cards, advertis
ing the racing events, among which
will be about 400 complimentary
The aviator will start at Vancouver,
Wash., and give a few exhibitions
above Portland before dropping the
placards, say the officials in charge of
the race meet.
HE SAVED $6.00
ON HIS SUIT
Bought It On Credit, To
You Beat It?
Queries and Answers.
Sporting Editor Will you please tell me
whether the distance from the thrower to
where the ball lit or to where It quit rolling
was measured In the new world's throwing
record for girl with baseball?
Distance from thrower's line to where ball
first touched round.
Telegraphic Sport Briefs
CHICAGO. The Chicago Federals have
signed Arnold Hauser, who for years
was one of the greatest shortstops in
the National League. Hauser disappeared
from the game three years ago when he
fractured an ankle bone. He was a mem
ber of the St. Louis Nationals at that time.
Ha is said to have recovered completely
and will replace Jimmy Smith at short.
Grand Rapids, Mich. Rain caused a post
ponement of Thursday's grand circuit races,
which were to have closed the local meet
ing. An attempt will be made to run the
Chicago. Another postponement In the
National tennis doubles preliminaries was
annousced ThTursday owing to rain and
water soaked courts.
Ssn Franclsro. The ketch Viking 11 1,
flagship of the South Coast Yacht Club
fleet, arrived In port Thursdsy. She left
San Pedro August 1 in the sailing race of
the Panama-Pacific Exposition, but en
countered heavy weather and rough seas
This man has been buying his clothes
on CREDIT for years finds it more
convenient and as a matter of fact
often a necessity. He would rather get
a suit when he needs it and make a
small payment with weekly or month
ly installments thereafter, as to wait
for it and skimp and save till he gets
all the cash.
Of course, a person can't buy their
clothes on CREDIT just any place, but
CHERRY'S, at 389-391 Washington
street, in the Plttock block. Is one
of the FIRST-CLASS places where your
credit is always good. Now at their
special sale of MEN'S and Ladies' goods
you will find everything at reduced
prices, ana at tne same time, as l said,
you get the Easy Payments. All Spring
and Summer suits in the Men's Depart
ment are 20 per cent off. In the La
dies'. I25-S40 suits and dresses are sell
ing for $9.95 and 119.95. Why not
go up and look over their lines? If
you have a chance to take a walk. Just
go and look their windows over this
evening. As you will see, they have an
unusually big showing in everything
that's newest In the conservative as
well as extreme styles. Don't forget
the number, 389-391 Washington street,
in the Tittock block.
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Fancr's 36c. J1
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