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T17E MORMXG OREGOXIAIV. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1915.
WILLIMilS, If! I1TH,
HQ 1-P RA
I nun unu
Beavers Drop to Cellar at End
of Pitchers Duel by
Score of 1 to 0.
BRIEF FAILS TO IMPRESS
lory ta Jtrma: chares dtfMi id asslth- Tim
at iui, 2 13. Lmptraa. Ha.d and Brae-
yoith or :o is EFTEcnn;
Cometork OaliwlrU Bluejacket and
Pittsburg B?ata Brooklyn.
PITTSBfna. Aug. IT. Pittsburg Fed
erals deefated Brooklyn today by
cor of I lo I. due mainly to the. ef
!etta pltrhins; of Comstork. lata of
lha Prortderjce wo of tha Interna
tional Uxut. Me la ! yeara old.
ri J'.'irkpl u hit hard and waa wild,
be in aubatltuted br Walker In lb
.(Ma Inning. -ort:
K. II. E-l RUt
Brooklyn....! s.Plttsborc.... 1 1
Batteries Bluejacket. Walkar and
61moa; Comatock and O'Connor.
Chicago 4, Baltimore 0.
BALTIMORE. Auc. IT. Chicago
romp ad homo with thla afternoon's
same with Baltiraor 4 to . Brenna
WALTER NOT READY
TO ADMIT DEFEAT
Changes Announced to Be
Made In Beavers Within
Less Than Fortnight.
MURPHY SET FOR SHORT
fait Lake w rirat Sarlrr Shows
So Psrrprlslng Performance to
I a raaaRyaa Dora Well,
bat f-pn F polls IJfort.
T.aa aerefee 7a --. a 'vktie4 ..
aa rraa... ? t t A-.ta;t t.ae..
teraoa.... a? 47 .& I'ortlaad. . .
rort:ard al t.a I. rwlinil Ml
arlns- At laa rnit'-nr i La AnrIH .
aa r-eeter a ! Innmret. 4t V.moi
Na eeraa vita Oaa:aa J. laana fallal ta tr-
BT IIKCPt T WC ETT.
naude Williams, who roes to tha
Cfiiraro Whit So Bait Pprlner. won
a brt:tiant 11-tnnlng caraa from George
KaM-r yesterday at Coast League park,
and. a a result of tha beating. I'ort-
land !plnd Into the caller.
Keore: start Lakel. Portland a.
I p to tha eleventh inning earn
Jtt her had allowed exactly three hits.
o It takes no atretch of the Klng'a
Kallh to dub It a "pltchera" duel.'
Aflrr ona waa out In tha eleventh,
Cleon doubled to left field. Carlisle
playing tha ball rather nonchalantly
and Jot acored a moment later on
lUIMr.an'e single to center.
Thla waa tha only ron of tha after
rortland didn't even threaten In the
last of the eleventh. N!n atrlkeonta
weren't sufficient to appease the little
aouthpaw aa ha proceeded to whiff
KlTIyard and Hammond, and Bobby
rarts ended tha thrilling encasement
by fly Ins out to Brief.
V snare laef real h far Wllllaaai
Tha two eleventh frame atrlkeonta
ferouvht YVHIiannts' record up lo 11.
which ought to help a little toward
ean lirfcti Coast league record.
InrldentlAily the win (tar William
1 vKtorlc for the year aa against
II le. with a club that Is within
one split iondi rtUtance of th-
league dungeon. Comlsky waa foolish
like a fox when h bought thla young
About !) Tortland fans rot their
first gl'mpse at the Salt Laker's new
firat sucker. Bunny Brief, yesterday.
He'e a hu.ky. well-built fellow, but
tie most rharltabut thing on could do
ulna him op on yesterriay'e perform
ance wou:d be to "B. Brief Bunny
tirtn t cm within wlreleea ranae of a
h't. and tha onlr c nt-of-the-ordlnary
bit rf fielding ho showed waa during
prarti. when ha stopped a bad bound
alia his right eye.
Baddy Rraa'e llaaeer railed.
Qutnlan. former Oak. also reappeared
as a Coast leaguer, but K.irler had tha
JnJlari Himn on him. Buddy Rran
waa tha only Bee with math sties: In
hta system, the former Beaver jrrab
binc orf a couple of hits. Bud hit one
tn tha. eleventh aa first man up that
locked for sura like a homer over the
risht welt. After much citrine on
tha part of the spectators. Kill Spejs
backed up acain.t the fence and
p;rake,t It oat of the atmosphere.
Tortland had several chances to
core, but W'UUams waa predominate.
Rate Mlla C eater la.
The one gnMen opportunity cams In
the seventh when Rts hit a ton of coal
atsn In deep center for two bases.
MitMama wa.ked xttumpf. and then iius
ther struk oot on a callel third
fait Lake likewise threatened once
or twice. After Kyan's Infield hit In
the fourth, itiumpf booted a grounder
In his hurry.up efforts for a double
p it. Thla put two Bees on tha baas
witn one out. Captain peaa saved the
dv bv taking ll-Uiinan a liner en the
t!-i. i:!op and throwing to second
IVtse for a double.
Test.rdar was Ppes 'th birthday.
an1 aii ha nectd for a real celebration,
w.a a brace of singles and doubles.
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a -,,!.,. - -a
Baaay Brief. Rl-Aaierkaa A a. a
riatlaa Plaaaer. Use la rlay.
las Hmt for Malt Lake. Tie
Beea .et Mlsa FTssa Chicago.
II Mlt JIH Loaf Year.
was In superb form, allowing; but three
hits. Chicago bunched Its hlta with
Baltimore's errors. Score:
R. H. E.I R H. K.
Chicago 4 7 1 Baltimore. . .0 1 1
Batteries Prennan and Fischer
Qulnn and Jarklltach.
Kansas City 3, Buffalo c!.
BUFFALO. N. T Aug. IT. A double
play by Chadboume unassisted retired
Buffalo In tha Inst half of the ninth
Inning today and gave Kansas City a
3-to-i victory. Louden waa on second
base when Hofman lifted to center.
Chadhourna caught tha ball and ran In.
catching Louden off tha base. Score
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Kan. City. .J f 0 Buffalo 3 f
Schuls and Allen.
Si. Lou la 14. Ne-vrark 4.
NEWARK. X. Aug. IT. St. Louis
hammered three Newark pitchers to
day and had little difficulty In win
ning. 14 to 4. Neither Kaiserllng. Fal-
kenberg nor Brandoni could stop the
hatting Invaders, who made la hits.
Davenport managed to keep 11 hita
R. H. E l R.H.E.
St. Louis, .14 IS llXewark 4 11 4
flatteries Davenport and Hartley:
Kaiserllng. Falkenberg. B random and
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Ball Ihrr loc la Fair Clly.
FRANCISCO Ang. IT ls
Anceiea ton t-!ay's game with can
rranctacx which went II Inntnga. 4
to t Tha Angeiea lr.J ail the a ay to
tha eighth, when the e-eais forgej two
ai'.l from a ('or-rcn raily and
aeemM to have tha game won.
In tne ninth, however, i.yan singled
anal Msccert. for tha second time la
tie game, put the ball over tha fence
for a h -me run. Tha Ansets broke lha
dea!!ock tn tha 11th with a tnree-run
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Spokane Ovrrcomrs Big Lead In
Sixth and Then Loars.
SPOKANE, Wash, Aug. IT. Vancou
ver defeated fpokane today In a see
saw swatfest by a score of 11 to .
Five pltchera were used In the game,
and ail were touched up generously.
Spokane overcame a six-run lead se
cured by Vancouver In the early In
nings and took the lead In the sixth,
but Callahan failed to hold the Beavers
In the eighth and tha Canucka batted
out a victory.
i.rlnker and Kaylor were the hitting
stars. Kaylor delivered two triples and
ona double to lead tha extra-baaa hit
R H. E l R H. E.
ancouver 11 It :?pokan.... J :o 4
lotteries Hushes. Kngla and Cheek;
Keefe. Wicker. Cal.ahaa and Bren-
Seattle 4, Tacfimi I.
Nojca, Also or Spokane, May Be Ob
tained to Reinforce Lino I'p In
Final Struggle to Emerge
From League Dungeon.
Although his chances to win another
Pacific Coast League pennant are not
very rosy Just now. Walter McCredle,
manager, doesn't intend to sit bark
and take his medicine without a Strug
McCredle announced yesterday tba
ha intended to make two or three more
changes in hia team.
One of tha aew additions likely will
bo Herb Murphy, of Spokane. ex-Port
land Inflelder. Spokane cannot let him
coma, of course, until tha Indians have
practically cinched their Northwestern
League pennant, but Mack expects to
engineer the deal so as to hare the
hard-hittlns; third sackar here within
wynn Noyes. Spokane right-hand
pitcher, is anotner who may bo pulled
over by the Beavers. Noyes pitched
for tha Seals a couple of years ago
and was up with the Boston Sox for a
while last year.
Murphy haa been hitting well over
.300 for Spokane. In his Spring trial
witn fortland he looked very ama
teurish, but Murphy seems to have
struck hia stride, and. with young
Walter Hammond not hitting a lick
at second base. Murphy undoubtedly
would strengthen the Beavers. In his
seven gamea since the Beavers came
north from Los Angeles Hammond has
made only two hits.
Murphy likely would be placed at
short and Slumpf shoved back to sec
ond. Stumpf has been playing such
great ball at short, however, that it
would seem a pity to shift the big
The Salt Lake club. too. has some
more reinforcements en route. Lini
Blankenshlp announced yesterday that
Breton, of the Chicago White Sox. would
Join the team here today or tomorrow,
Breton will be placed at third base.
Black released Schmutx. Gipe and
Menges at San Francisco last week, so
is under the playing limit.
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Wlil:a-na.I 4 0
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Grirmh.r. 3 1
Wlnso.c. a 1
Mo.ialtx.1 3 1
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GOQUBS DEFEATS MATTY
PITCHERS BATTLE FORMER
ATHLETIC IS VICTOR.
Brooklya Agala Takea Measure of
Ctaats at Pole Croanda Pitta
bars aad Chicago Split.
NEW TORK. Aug. IT. Brooklyn
played a one-day stay In New York
todsy and defeated the locals, 1 to 2.
Coombs and Matnewson renewed
their historic battle on the Polo
grounds and the former Athletic star
created New lork for the third time
this season. Dnubert made three
Indies and a sacrifice. Score:
H H O AE
Myers. ra . .
llara.s.. 4 o
atitrt.l. 3 3
U nm.l. .. 3 1
Culatiaw.3 4 3
Hiimmet.r. a 1
lietS.a.... 4 1
Miller.e. ... 4 0
Coo m be. p . 4 0
TACOMA. Wash, Aug. IT Eastley
held T a co in a safe today and Seattle
easily defeated tba locals 4 to 1. Tha
Tigers had three hits, two of these by
Stokka. Kaufman waa found In pinches.
the otants bunching their hits. Score:
it. H. E-l R. H. E.
teat tie.... 4 11 ITacoma. .. . 12 1
Retteries Kaellry and Cadman;
Kaufman and Hoffman.
Rivers Oat points Yoakum at Denver.
DENVER Colo, Aug IT Joe Rivers.
or Lot Angeles, won a decision on
points over Stanley I oakum, a Denver
lightweight, at the end of a la-round
bout here last nisbt. Both men
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Tta!a. JW 27 mil Totals.. 810 27 1l
BUt4 for Dooln In aavaath. baited
fr Maihaon In MTantla. Batted for
Marqumra la nlntb.
Itrookirn 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 X
New York 0 0 0 2 0 O 0 0 0 :
Runs. Dauhart. Cut-haw 2. Dot la. Fletrh
ar. Tflroba hit. Cutahaw. Threa-baaa hlta.
tuun-w, l-latcnrr. stolen bae. Wheat
Krn4 run a. Nw York 2. Broktyn :t
totibia playa, laObrt to toyi to aHrainerd:
Cutabaw ta O" Mara to I4Ubrt. Matliew.
n f o I)o) la tu Ifralncrd. iia on bail,
Onombt V Marnnard 1. Htta off Mathew
aon it In T lnntnaa, MArquard 1 In 2 In
ninsra. K track rmt. Matbon 4. Marounrd
I. Coontba 2. I'mpirra. u'Dy and Cock. 11.
r.Ubiirg 3-4p Chica 2-6.
riTTSBCRO. Au 17. rittuburir and
Chicago each won a frame of the double
header today, rittrburg: taklna- the
first. 3 to J and losins; the aecond. 6
to 4. Benton, secured from Cincinnati,
and horn the New York club claims.
pitched tha first arame. After the con
test waa finished It waa announced that
Manager Breanahan. of the Cuba, had
proteated on account of New York's
claim. The second game went to Chi-
iku because of hard hitting. Score:
Mollwltz aent in two runner with a
aW M. J ..
Crroh.3... 4 11 1 o t3rrne.S. ..
S 4 II Bancroft. a
1 0 0 Paakarum.
2 4 O Ntehoff.2..
U u B KU'far.o
0 2 0 Uums,e. ..
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Totals. 30 a 27 10 1) Totals.. 30 4 2T 0 0
-Ran for B. X) infer In seventh.
"Baited for .Alexander in seventh.
Cincinnati 0 i O 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
Phj.adelpbla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Runs. OnfflUi- Wtaa-o. Two-baa hlta. Grif
fith. Mollwltx. B. Kiiltfer. Earned runs.
Cincinnati 2. Stolen baa, Bryne. Double
piaa. WaTnr to Hersog- to Mollwltx 2.
.Niehoff to Bancroft to Luderua. B.
baits. Toney 3. Alexander 1. Struck out.
Toner 5, Alexander (L Chatmara 1. Ktt-a.
oft Alexander. 4 in 7 lnninca; ChaUnara, 1
In 2 Innings. t'mptrea. Kiexn and Kisler.
DETROIT TAKES TWO GAJfES
ClcreUnd rs Seven Pitchers
CLEVELAND. O.. Aug-. 17. Detroit
won both games of the double-header
here today, the tlret 10 to 3 and the
second 7 to 3. making; four victories In
two days for the Tigers over the In
diana. In the opener the visitors pound
ed four pltchera for a total of 14 hits.
Cleveland used three pitchers in the
second game. Oldham made his debut
for the Tigers and pitched splendidly
until the ninth Inning. Score:
Cleveland I Detroit
Wiltcm.. 4 1 & OO.Vttt.S 2 1 S 4 0
1 0 Bush.s.... 3 12 7 1
SOOobb.m... 5 4 0.0 0
0 0 Jac'sen.m. 0 0 0 00
lOrrawTd.r. 5 S 1 00
O 1 Veach.l... 5 2 100
2 0 Bui-ns.l... 4 1 IS 10
10ounc.2. . 4 1 4 0
0 0 Htanase.e. 4 1 1 00
1 O.Dubuc.p... 4 0 0 1 0
Philadelphia . I, - 'V '"V ' "iVfer - V'NaTaae-.
-'Shotguns ind the ' feliP
"Speed Shells" K
nnrva" nn cTinntmo' is nlpntifuL And HH
w awvayw a fi W MWiNi'J' . T .3
lumte, p. 0
w a . Kr. D. 1
Jones. p. .. 0
(.iraney. . 1
I. 0 0 0 V0j
..86 9 27 1tf
Totals. .30 9 27 1 If Totals. .3 14 27 19 1
Batted for Haratad In second.
Batted for Ooumbe In fourth,
s Batted for Walker In eighth.
Cleveland 01001001 0 3
i-Xtroit 30140200 0 10
Runs. Jack non. Smith. Wambscanss. Vltt
3. Buh 2. Cobb 3. Young, Dubuc. Earned
runs. Detroit 7. Cleveland 1. Twobase hits.
Coub 2, Crawford 2, Jackaon 4. Vltt. Veach.
Threeoase hits. Bush, Wambspanaa. Stolen
bases. Chapman. Cobb 3. Double p. ays.
ambsgansa to Chapman to Kirk a, Vltt to
Burns. Hita. off Harstad 2 in 2 Innlnss.
off Walker 4 In 4 Innlnss. off Jonea 1 in 1
Inning. Bases on balls, off Haratad 2, oft
Walker 2, off Dubuc 7. Struck out, by
toumb 1, by Walker 1, by Dubuc 1. Um
pires. Evans and ChilL
Cleveland I Detroit
111 0 OtVltt.t 5 1 0 20
.3010 Buffh.s.... 524
3 1 S 3 1 Cobb.ra. ... 5 10
0 o Crawford.r 4
1 0 001
als. 33 27 Ull
0 0 Bums.l. . .
4 0 Vounr.t...
1 0 stanas-e.c.
0 4. Oldham. p.
nood.r. . ..
H O K
4 0 Johnston. 1
0 0 Klnchm'n.l
0 V n'aaner.s..
1 o Vlos.i
0 Balrrt.J. ..
1 v (llbson.e. .
0 u benlon.p. .
11 H U AE
6-4 ?U Totals., to 5 27 10 S
o O0S 0 0 0 0 v i
o 0 o O S 0 0 0 i
Williams. Waaner. Vlox.
t -fwae . .
m ' ard .
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Palrd. Tao-basa hits, iiresnahan. Warner,
ftalrd. Three-baaa hit. Saler. Stolen basts.
uo4l. - Uourl plays. Vlox to Wagner to
J'hnton: Waaner to Vlox to Johnston.
Earned runs. Chicago Z. riitsburjr a. Psaes
a errors. nirsco 1. h4i on tsus. Hum.
rhri.s 1. nenton J. atm-K out. llnmplirltl
1. eBnton s. I'mplrea. aaoa and fcryon.
cnicaso I Plttaburr
0-!.r.m. 4 11 o 0 Cstello.r.. 4 1 3 00
F.ihsr.s.. 4 4 3 1 0 . o. Iiiis.m . 12 4 11
s. bulte.l. .114 o ii Jo.'inaton.l 4 1 V 00
Z.man:.. Si: 60Hnmsn.l. 3 2 3 oo
Sal.r.l S 1 6 lUllterj.. 3 12 20
Wil'mam. 3 14 on Vlox.:.... 3 0 18 0
Murray. r. 0 0 1 0 n B.ilrd.S. .. 4 0 2 00
I'helan.S.. 4 1 O O o MrhaRS.C. . 4 0 3 01
Archr.s.. 4 1 T 2 Ouopar.p.. 4 0 1 0 0
abal.P... 4 O O 1 O
Totals. 33 8 27 13 ll Totals. 35 ! :! II I
&atted for Haworth in seventh: batted
for Mitchell la seventh; batled for Har
stad In ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 3
Detroit 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 3 0 7
ituns, WIlie, Turner, Chapman. Vitt, Bush
Cobb. Veach. Bums, Young. Earned runs.
Detroit S. Cleveland 3. Two-base hits. Smith,
Crawford. Young-. KIrke. Three-base hit.
Turner. Home run. Chapman. Stolen base.
Bush. Double plays, nambsganss to Chap
man to Klrate. Hits, oil Jones, in-I.
Mitchell ! In 4. Harstad 3 in :. Bases on
balls. Oldham i. Mitchell 2. Harstad 1.
truck out. Oldham 1, Jones 1. Mitchell a.
Harilad 1. Umpires. Evans and Chill.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 17. Chicago-SL
Louis game postponed; rain.
VEWCOMB ATXS TRAP TITLE
Guy ncrtnjr High Man in Doubles
and Rcbliauocn in Special Event
CHICAGO. Aug. 17. (Special.) Two
National championships ana a special
event known as "The Uhlcago uver
ure" were decided today by amateu
ranshootera participating; In the an
nual a;rand American week of the In
C. N. Newcomb, Philadelphia, won the
national singles title at 100 targets. It
yards rise, missing; only chance for
total of 99. Guy Dering. Columbus.
Wis., led a field of 80 entries in th
National doubles championship, get
tins; 91 out of a possible 100 at 1
yards. The Chicago Overture, also
It yards, went to H. J. Rebhausen, of
North I'latts. Neb, with a count of 83
There were 220 entrants In this event.
'Dope" on shooting is plentiful.
shooters know where the right dope comes
from and that it leads straight to Remington' UMC.
THE Remmgton-UMC Pump Gun and Autoloading Gun these are the
shotguns of today. Adopted everywhere, for use in the field and over the
traps shot by more of the men who are setting the pace m the
sport than any other make of guns in the world.
In the matter of Shells where is the sportsman who does
'not know the Remington-UMC "Speed Shells," Steel Lined
all the drive of the powder kept back of the shot, and showing
results that flatter any make of gun?
For the right dope see the Remington-UlIC Dealer. He
displays the Red Ball. Mark of Remington-UMC the sign
that his store is Sportsmen's Headquarters of the town.
Sold by your home dealer- and 645
other leading merchants in Oregon
rUauaftaa Arau-Uaioa Metallic CartrWf Cs., Woolirorta BaUliaf (233 Bread way) New York City
Williams Is Hard Pushed by
Bull in Second Round and
Evans Wins Again.
MANAGER OP BROOkTEDS QUITS
Leo Ma gee to Fill Oat Contract as
Player at Second.
NEW YORK. Auk. 17. President It.
B. Ward, of the Brooklyn Federal
Leasue .Club, announced today that he
had received and accepted the formal
resignation of Lee Magee aa manager
of the Brooklyn team.
Magee. who has been 111 lor a few
days, will continue to play at second
base, nis contract witn tne ciud still
has two years to run. and Magee's chief
reason for resigning Is that he cannot
do Justice to tha club In the dual
capacity of player and manager.
Magee s successor was not named,
GOLFERS COXCLCDE , PRACTICE
Professionals at Chicago Begin on
Championship Play. Today.
CHICAGO, Aug. 17. Jack Hutchin
son. of Allegheny. Pa., played true to
the form he allowed yesterday and
aln won a preliminary to the west
ern open golf championship today. Tha
event was at 36 holes medal play, and
Hutchinson topped a field of 130 points
with a card of lol.
Today's medal play was the last
practice which the professionals will
have before the start of the open cham
pionship tomorrow. The title will be
decided by play at 71 holes, extending
over two days.
Totals, .it 1121 S ll
Runs. Good. Fisher.
Totals. .12 7 17 12
Coate:lo. Collins 2. Jonnaton. T
base hits. r;od. Costrllo. Wasner. Three,
baas Ml. Jor.-atoa. dton tapes. Zimmer
man. Ztbts Waaner. Double pitjr. Warner
to Baird. Karnt-d runs. Chicago 6. Pata
bura 4. Pasej on arrors. Pit'aburg 1. Bases
on ba.la. off label 3. off Co-tper a. .truck
out. br Zabe; 4. br Cooper 1. L'malrea. ilrron
Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 0.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 17. Toney
pitched Cincinnati to a shut out vic
tory over Philadelphia todsy. the score
being 3 ta? 0. Only four hits were
mads off Toney. and two of theae were
mad In tha ninth Inning. After being
held to-ene hit by Alexander until one
was out in tha fifth. Cincinnati filled
the bases on Griffith's double. Wlngo's;
slniia and a pass to
DILLOX-M'CARTHY BOCT DRAW
O'Horn, of Lewistown, and Cnm-
nilnga, of Butte, in Preliminary.
LEWISTOWN". Mont.. Aug. 17. Jack
Dillon, of Indianapolis, and Tom Mc
Carthy, of Lewlstown, light heavy
weights, fought 10 rounds to a draw
here this afternoon. McCarthy was the
aggressor during the greater part of
the fight. Neither man did much dam
age until Dillon cut loose, in the last
Paddy O'Hern, ' of Lewlstown. and
Danny Cummlnss. of Butte, fought a
fast eight-round preliminary, also a
"Billy" Sunday Pledged for Game.
HOOD RIVER. Or, Aug. 17. (Spe
cial.) "Billy" Sunday positively will
play baseball with a team of local min
isters against local bankers here
Thursday. "No calls to any place, not
even the harvesting of the oat crop on
our Odell ranch will prevent our com
ing to Hood Kiver next Thursday after,
noon." said Mrs. Sunday, with whom
arrangements for the game were made.
St. Loula Player Suspended.
LOUISIANA BOY ELIMINATED
Griffin and Johnston, Pacific Coast
Champions, and Challengers for
Xational Title Play Brilliant
Game and Victory Is Easy.
NEWPORT. R. I.. Aug. 17. Five-set
matches were Plentiful In the second
day's play in the singles division of
the tennis tournament for the Casino
cups today. The National champion, R.
N'orris Williams II. of Philadelphia, was
forced to the limit of sets by C. M.
Bull, Jr., of Brooklyn.
Rowland Evans, the Fhlladelphian
ho vanquished the California star,
Ward Dawson, yesterday, worked his
game to a five-set victory against Rob
ert Leroy, of New York, former in
tercollegiate champion. N. "VV. Niles,
of Boston, in a contest which attract
ed much attention, defeated D. S. Wat
ters, the 19-year-old Louisiana State
champion, in the fifth set.
Williams' playing in the doubles com
petition, which was begun today, was
no improvement over l is singles form.
Paired with W. M. Washburn, of New
York, his fellow title holder in the
Eastern doubles, the defeat of F. J.
Sulloway, of Boston, and G. C. Caner,
of Philadelphia, was accomplished with
difficulty. This was in contrast with
the work of Clarence J. Griffin and
William M. Johnston, Pacific Coast
champions and challengers for the Na
tional title, who won in two brilliantly
played sets from Richard Dana and E.
Tudor Gross, of Providence, R. I.
W. M. Johnston, San Francisco, beat R.
9. Seaver, Boston, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1, 6-3.
Maurice E. McLoughlln, San Francisco,
beat T. R. Pell, New York, 6-2, 7-5, 6-1.
W. M. Washburn. New YorK, beat a.
Alexander, New York, 6-4, 6-a, b-l.
K. C. ': Johnson, Boston, beat R. Dana,
Providence, 6-2. 6-2, 6-3.
R. Noriis wiinams it. rnuawipnia, oeat
Charles M. Bull, Jr., Brooklyn, 5-7, 6-4,
8-6. l-, 6-1.
Irvine c. wrleht, Boston, defeated a. c
Caner. Philadelphia, 6-4, 6-2, 11-S.
Wallace F. Johnson, i'nuaaeipnia, neat jr.
C. Inman, New York. 6-4, S-l, 7-0.
C. J. Griffin. Ban rancisco, aeieaiea w.
B. Burden, Newport, by default.
Casino Cup doubles:
Clarence J. Griffin and William M. John
ston, San Francisco, defeated Richard Dana
and T. T. Cross, Providence, o-J, tt-4.
CLUB CALLS OFF . REGATTA
Motorboats Will Xot Appear Labor
Day in Usual Event.
The annual Labor day regatta of the
Portland Motorboat Club will not be
held this year. This decision was
reached yesterday after a meeting of
the directors of the club. As a sub-
IT PAYS TO WAIT.
For onr Annual Factory Shoe Kale
FRIDAY. AUGUST 20, AT
COR. FOURTH AiD ALDER STS.
stitute, a three days' cruise on the '
Upper Columbia River has been
That the racing boats of the club
would not be in very good condition
after the three days' racing at Astoria.
September 2, 3 and 4, was given as
one of the main reasons for not hold
ing the Fall regatta, as customary.
Commodore Beebe has sent word to all
the members of the club through Sec
retary JCelly telling of the change.
County Tennis Trials to Be Held at
Cliehalis August 26-28.
WIXLOCK. Wash.. Aug. 17. (Spe
cial.) The first round in the local
handicap tennis tournament was com
pleted today. The winners are: F. E.
Veness, A. C. Shives, C. A. Cook, V. O.
Harkins, J. H. Marcotte, L. E. Baldwin,
Ray Myers and William Sechler. Much
interest is taken in .the tournament
A county tournament will bo played
at Chehalis during the last three days
of the fair, August 26 to 28. Teams from
Centralia, Winlock. Chehalis, Doty. Po
Ell and, poeslbly, other towns will par
ticipate. Word Awaits Aviator Barin.
There is a note for Louis Barin. the
aviator, at the sporting editor's desk.
by the Judges in the
First for Thirst.
50 at All
ST. LOCIS. Aug. 17. Jimmy Austin,
third baseman of the St. Louis Amen
cans, received notice from President
Ban Johnson, of tha American Leagua.
today that he had been Indefinitely
suspended for a dispute with Umpire
Wagner whanoille Chill at Cleveland last Sunday.
1st Prize Won by Edna Haugen, $25.00 Brass Bed Donated by Powers Furniture Co.
2nd Prize Won by Wm. Milne, $25.00 Violin Donated by Graves Music Co.
3d Prize Won by Luella Casey, $12.50 Muriel Cigars (100 Best Size), donated by Hart Cigar Co.
4th Prize Won by Glory McCord, $12.00 Lady's Traveling Bag
Donated by Portland Trunk Mfg. Co., 3d and Pine
5th Prize Won by L. Morris, $12.00 Folding Camp Stove . Western Hardware & Auto Supply Co.
6th Prize Won by Perle Moffett, $12.00 Hand-Carved, Genuine Meerschaum Pipe
'. Donated by Sig Sichel & Co 92 3d
7th Priz Won by Ben Stern, $12.00 Case of White Rock (100 pts.)
Donated by White Rock Mineral Springs Co.
8th Prize Won by Lois Day, $10.00 Pair Gold Slippers (size to suit) . Donated by Knight Shoe Co.
9th Prize Won by E. Leo Byrnes, $10.00 Silk Umbrella Donated by Buffum & Pendleton
10th Prize Won by Andrea Peterson, $7.00 Fruit Comport. Portland Auto Lamp Co., 510 Alder
11th Prize Won by Walter C Barton, $6.00 Cass (24 pts.) Non-Alcoholic Apple Juice
Donated by Blumauer & Hoch
12th Prize Won by Jas. H. McDonald, $5.00 Fishing Rod and Reel Donated by Hudson Arms Co.
13th Prize Won by C V. Bechmann, $5.00 El Grilstovo "Hot Point" Electric Cooker
Donated by Stubbs Electric Co.
14th Prize Won by' Lloyd C Jones, $5.00 German Character Doll, donated by Celro-Kola Co.
15th Prize Won by J. E. Garman, $3.75 Carton 50-50 Cigarettes (25 boxes)
Donated by Fifty-Fifty Cigarette Co.
16th Prize Won by James McDonald, $3.00 Pair Moccasins . . Schumacher Fur Co, 232 Third St.
17th Prize Won by N. L. Garfinkle, $2.50 Baseball and Bat... Donated by Celro-Kola Co.
18th Prize Won by John Carroll, $1.50 Box (30 Pkgs.) Seotmints, donated by Scotmint Company
19th Prize Won by Wm. Richards, $1.10 Can Monte Cristo Coffee (3 lbs.)
.Donated by Marks Coffee Col, 252 Third St.
NOTICE Winners will be further advised by mail when they can call and get their prizes at
Celro-Kola Co, 105 Twelfth St, Portland, Or.