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TTIE srORNINO OHEGOXIA??. FRIDAY, AUGUST-20, 1915.
BEAVERS CHALK UP
VICTORY OVER BEESiHI i H Bill
sixth en triple by DotDt and Baylea.
Oablaad I T
r ti o a r.
Tnbtn.r. . 2 1 2 a Radee.J.
Marvan.2. 3 3 4 t oane.l.
4 3 13 1
S 1 S 0
Higginbotham Pitches Gilt-
Edge Ball Until Ninth. Fit
tery Finishing Game.
SPEAS HITS THREE SAFE
Frror by Salt Uit'l rtnt Bucmii
I Kraponaiblo for Ileaall Cr
llte'a Doable Contribute-.
Xe-w Male-rial Pa Soon.
FartfW fa4 Lmim tMaarflaare.
w ? s-t W. I. rV
. ?Va1 144 nakn4 4". ? .41
Sa rea. . 74 a: .-i-'l P-Pt .. 71 .'
.rwa 4i 44 -4 L iaso... aw
Al MB rraaxlece i4 eTaaeiBaae 14. La
t moaco rwcirr.
After rs'as runl 4Vral ram
fr a total of 2 laalsg Portland look
JiaaUfa of as arror r First (u-
Big Brief ta lb fifth Inning yeeter-
4 ItUliur... J 1 ov
3 1 lllc um.p 3 1
Tote's. .31 114 llll Totals. . .54 10 2t 1
Ik4tt4l or Frough la ninth.
Oakland O 4 O 4
Hit HI 1 ml
Hit, 2012123 lo
ii ran. fievleaa. tvilholt. Th
hi. i 4 IM4J14. tait-ea. T4-bIM alia.
UtvfeL al.ta-. ia,rrifl-e hlta, Dnane. Ctelc-a-
(TTBRM KrAd. .... Wlltloll- Itirt.iL jUIt.
MrarK oat. b ITwih . Deeaanlera 4-
b44ii ea ball. 4ff Ltaaontvra a. Kuni r-
Donalb: for. Proush 1. louM4 plara. Jlar.
14 r.4fdrtr. li.B!r&mun anaat4t,d fa
r-eanl.re la Brv-r la t ; i-lehmana. L m ptrra.
rianr and lie'nrw. Time. 1.4U.
KKAPP SHCTS OCT CHICAGO
I'ormrr Portland Twlrler Allow
I'rd Opponents Only 6 Hit.
FfFKALO. Aug. 1. Buffalo open-d
lha aerie with Chicago today by abut
tine than out t to . Flv of tb ID
bita eft Prendergaat wars ma da In tba
savsnlh Inning, and theee. with fast
work on tba base, netted four ran a.
Chicago cat a man pat aacond only
ica during tha same, Score:
R. 1L L.I R. H. E.
rhleaso.... 1 Buffalo. .. 19 1
Battertaa Prenderrast and Flchr:
Krapp and lUalr.
Newark 5, Plttabarg 0.
NEWARK. N. J, Aug. Newark
naad flttsburg aa a alrpplns-atona to
Aral plar taiday. ahultlns tham out
a to t. Kd Kaulbarh. tha local twlrlcr.
waa In Una form, wblla neither Frank
Allen nor Cy Iiarser could atop New
Ituncbed hi La wart reaponalbla for
R. IL I-i R.RE.
Plttabars.. INe4rk.... ( 1
Hattertra narcer. Allen and O'Con
nor; Itaulbath and Karideu.
Baavara ta dafeat Salt Laba br a mora
f S to 1-
Ire Micctabotban and foothpaw
littery ettcttad sttt-adsad ball tba
air difference beleo tbetn belac
that llla-e waa not al'oarwd to ftnlah.
Walt XcCradia ant tba aklda under
ln In tfta nrntb aftar ba permitted
Hymn to double and walked IMeon.
roelehte waa aaratn pant out In tba
piacb. and. altbouca tua iaher bumped
lata aaoe&er wobblr Innlruc. one run
II the beat tbe Been could muater.
la lid nana la tm Wtmm.'
rinar'a mimJ ball anaMed Rran to
so to third baaa. and Buddy acored on I Rattertra Cullop and Kaaterly; Jobn
ttie Portland backaiop'a wild iieaee Into I eon and Jackluach.
eaatar field I UK endeavor to eaten
Kanxas City , Italiiroore I.
RALTIMOKK. Aus. ! Cullop waa
too much for Baltimore thla afternoon.
and aa a reault Keneaa City woa tb
opealns same of tbe eerlaa 4 to 1. Tbe
tlaltore bunched tbelr hue to aa advaa
taae. and ware never In denser of be-
Ins beaded, sirora:
R. II. 11 R. II.
Kan. City.. 13 Dialttmore. . 1 t
MATTY HOLDS HOPE
Giants' Twirter Terms Season
"Off" and Thinks He Is
Good for Few Years Yet.
POOR ARM LAID TO INJURY
Coeeleekte than proceeded ta fan
Re-ither. a plnch-bltter. Ten nan t.
another pinch leilimis. (rotuided out
The battlns of Sreaa and Illsaln
bothani and a doable plar atarted by
Ootfteider Carliale featured tbe mat
Inee. Sfu bit eafely tnree timea and
Hiaclnbolham drove la tba firat Port
land ran In tbe fifth with a double
iiiiiMt the risht-aeld fence after
Brief 4 boot on a crounrier.
Carlisle a unuaoal double kllllns
cropped us In tne elKbtn. Qulnlan.
firat up. drew a walk, and on a e.nal
from Mhlna tor hit-and-run. atarted
toward aacond baee on the dead run.
Cari'.ale pulled down Khlnn'a liner after
a hard run. threw to fitumpf and tba
latter relayed to Derrick In time to
Tula play cut ronalderable flsura In
iaa same. It afterwarda developed.
I'Wbee KeaWaaa Mlaaaelf.
Portland aecoad tally waa reentered
la tba alitb ea a two-bacser by Speaa
and a alnitle to left by tiua Ftaber.
- TMi pinch hit and a coupla of sreat
atopo on wild pitcbea made np for Uua
t-itkr math and more.
leepite the two penaatlonal 19 samea
that preceded, fewer than '" fana were
aul owlnc to tbe beat.
Manasar il-Credle announced Jut
before tbe same that Lea Uoocb.
youns outfielder, waa cemlns from
Cleveland to join tha Peavera. Gooch
la from I fie Savannah club, of the fouth
Atlantic Leacue. Wynn Noyea and Herb
llurp.iy. of tba Spokane club, will alao
Join the team aa aoon a tbe Spokane
vluo clinchea Ita pennant In t.a North
weetern l.eanue. Cleveland offered
Pitcher Inie Walker to Portland, but
II ark turned him down.
Covel4ekie will twirl for Portland to-
ear. oppoein . Kiiiuar. Heulher or
i.rearory. Itt-her peteraon. of tbe Ta
ennva club, la alo adorains the Jleca'
b4nch and poeaibly may work today,
ao aa to slve Biankenahtp a chance to
look htm over before pavtn out sood
roilroad fare on him. Petereoa tried out
with the Portland Co: la a couple of
Sl Loots 4. Brooklyn, .
r.lUX)KLTN. Aus. 1- St. Loula de
feated the Brooklyn Federala In a llet
laaa same today, a feature of wblc
waa a runnlns catch of Korea' Ions fly
by Kauff In tbe eevenm Innlns- Myera
rut four blta out of four umea up. and
Urake three out of four attempta. Score
IL.ll. K l R.M.E.
?t Jouta... 4 I Jllrooklrn... 3 11
itatterie rtank and Hartley: Seaton,
Lpbam and It. Smith.
TACOLl TllXS IHOM GIANTS
Mall Ulltl and lilt Hard and I lie
ilevctl by Mclvor.
SCATTIE. Waah.. Aus. !. MaJU
waa wild today and waa bit hard, al
lowlns bit and 7 run before bales
supplanted by Mclvor In tb sixth. Ta
coma won. 7 to 1. Score:
R. IL K.I R. IL E.
Tacoma... 7 S 4, Seattle... . 1
Batterlr Melkl and Hoffman
XI ai .4, ilclvor and Cad man.
Vanoouwr 5, Spokane 4.
SPOKAXK. Wash.. Aug. 1. By
bunchtns hit off Callahan In tba
third fram4 today Vancouvar piled up
enoush run to win from t-pokajie by a
score of i to 4. Callahan pitched sea
bal; after bi bombardment while tb
Indian went after Smllb In tha filth
and sixth, but failed to tie tha same
up. A sensational catch by Frisk In
tha eighth and another one by Urlnker
In tbe ninth cut oft run for Spokane.
R. H.E. R. II. E.
Vancouver t i Spokane... 4 11
Batterlea Smith and Brottcm; Cal
laban and Brenesan.
n w a r.
1 J 1 e w.-artlare.L -
$ eeLa.r. ..
I II l'JlJ
11 1 r.r p .
B it O A K
4 4 3 14
4 3 3 1
4 14 1
4 4 umef.a..
a ..-..r..-. .
I 4 in . H na
1 a i rn.-a i .
I 4 Mara ead.3
7 a ti.ae .a. ..
IlKKKEUnr AIIR.I.VGKS GAMES
Washlnston Gridiron Will lie Scene
of One Content Arranged.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
Berkeley, Aus- 1- tSpeclaL) Two
football same have been arranged
with the L'niveraity of Waahlnxton
asalnst the I ntveraity or California,
one at Berkeley and the other In Seat
tle. Coach Jlmmle Scbaeffer la settins
line on his material already, and will
lead a faat bunch Into tbe old same, aa
e le a I California baa svcn up Ruttby.
1 I 4 ,
Ti'ala J. T H l T.tala. !, I : I
H. t.l fje ll inaa In alntk. kaiied
vie iianc.i la elul
aa Lake 11
' e I 1 3 3 I I
r."-a4 . .........a a e e i l e
M.la e 4 I 3 1 3 I 4
li'ine. Rraa. H.b. llarnmmd. tme .ul.
Bll.ry 4. iiif.rnuinBi, 4. trM(.l ,
iaa-e aa 114 ,t. w'f lltt-", J. M mg naorna.n
r l4H r.tt. Iiia nirhara . .'. ll.f.
Bj'l ...e Ka:. ik-". s-avs. Man-
B41 1 . -a. rxter, . H.-iioaa t. Itn.f.
i'i.ia t. "imir; t- ler.-.. a 9:o;.a ba..
I .".i- H . v.r.l, i;tn l'i,el I4.L Ti.ri.r.
I nil pt-l)a. b II 4T4T. "!' hern Saa.
nil, ii h:'m I. at Sat i IWna rMflB.B.i
r.-. rill.-. I. 1111 .i.-ior 1. li.aaia
a'a-a. X mm. 1 JX. L'mplrea. Tmaa aad
AW.UJi' PITCIUJW ItAMMKRFJi
he-aU Oct IS lilt and I Baa? Off
IVrrltt and llnshre.
OAKUNIV Cat.. Aus. 1 Perritt and
Ituahea. the I.oa Antreiee pitchers, were
bit bard throut"ioul today came with
Ma l rn- i-o. w hirh reeulted In a vic
tory for the Seala ! to a.
The Ansel ptti-hera save the Seal
11 bit and l ba.ea on ball. Score:
Lee lll'lt- -4 lBllw-
H II o at: HMO Aft
w-re.rf m 41 t nurilif 3 1 4 v
M U -a 1 4 14 I Uwh4:.4t.l 3 14
H mil .O.i 4 I I I V- ll 1., 3 VII 44
k.rar.l. 3 1I 3 Hed...ns. 3 3 3
b: . i 4 3 1 iin:.. 4 3 13 4
T.rrts... 4 3 3 lnl... 3 1 1 34
Fir 4 1134 .. 3113
But-.r J.3 I 4 1 -imiJt.e. 3 114
C-rr. -;.-.. 3 14 I I H-.-n. p. 3 14 3 4
Bu.l.a. I lillMLi... 3 3 3 14
Tta 4. li St It it T.t:,.. 12 13 3T 13
Ie Aaye'ea 3 1 I 4
Hia I 3 e I
Ur r'reat-lece 1 3 1 3 4 3 14
II : 3 3 3 3 3 U
ttuBia Ell a 3. Trry. Hreieka. Purer. Arhal
ler 3. M.-iaa. Bod.e. txna 3 Jonea 3. 1 or
l.,a. b-k. ''a runa. fc:a atr Perrttt.
1 at ai. l4k.a eut la fifia, 1 ea, aone
ill. C?ca e.tett ta r.fi:t fftulaa baaee.
IV m. Jh4.r. 'ltj-ra:4. . Hedie. De.aa
fwhaa - H.4k. llr.-i4B. kiTa K:ia.
H wo. . Ilitt:r. T'eek. Taa-Daae hlta. Ha
e r-.eaa. Jr..a a..-rtfu-e hl'm. p4e
eii.ler. I'B'.nn, ii;b H twa. PKl!e. Mr
rifiea f T. iHiana lint bbb ea a:!,, elf
r.ml 4. erT lraa 1. et Hunea 4. etruck
eut. by IWar. 1. Ifs aa . 4V Lee Aa-4-...
!4r4 lra n .-iara 1 1. Kiaie rMpon.iN.a
!.r. Permit 4. ia a. Huaae J. Time.
40. tmpirea. H . I H-.4r.ear.
PROIGH -lKEXS IX FOniTn
Two lilt. Error and Slcal Give Vrr-
aoa Vktory Over Oakland.
lXft AN'OEf.rs. Aus- I Frouch
weakened In the fourth Innlns. when
two hit, aa error and a ateal netted
two run a aad save Vernon a lead re
eolttns m a victory over Oakland today
I la .
Tb Tsr aecoad run came la the
The l'niveraity of Nevada also ba
returned to the American same and will
l'realdent Wheeler, of California, doe
not oppose the cbanae, thinklns tbe old
same-quite Improved. He ha left tb
matter In th etudents banda.
Anwer to Query.
Q. Whew did C. Williams Join th
Sacramento tram? When did b make
hi first Portland appearance?
A BASKBALX. FAN.
A. Williams Joined the team In Port
land on June 4. 1 1 4. and pitched here
on June 7. three days later.
ITUMNM Or THE TEAMS.
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W. I. Pr
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io 4 .4"1
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SI M .m
4? 47 .J4
41 4 ..
34 73 .IIS
ta SI .51!
:i j ,4ni
it 41 .4
It Si .511
il 41 .4
4 43 .441
43 11 M
64 34 .5'X
t7 tlj .47w
,a A .4-i
W. I. I--
i 4 . Ilnainn . . . .
3 .iu . York..
v'rit.'aaw. .. 11 i l .i. Uu:i...
nuaurt;.. M U OKtnii4ii..
JT .CI New Ifl.
71 X lavrlanU..
4.4 43 .i-4 .-t. .aula...
Waaaiast a M &1 .J.l-ttt.aa.l. . .
plttabur.. 0 44 .5'.4l. Loula...
,4.1... 41 4 .iii llufL.o ...
M4ih... 4L 4? .-j triM4lB..
ka. City.. 41 M .iov ljttowre. .
.4t. Paul... Tt 4T .2 Kan- City.,
ltianeep... 44 M U.iea-ikee.
Icdiaaaa.. a4 4 C.ti4mt.
L'ui.ti.ie.. e i4 -.Columciua. .
vteateew I aaaa.
Pee Maine 44 . siaum City..
Lener.... 44 44 mBlll
LiBice.O. . . . 3? 44 .33 V ,t h Ha. . . .
Tapeka.... W M nl. Jf.. 41
fpekana.. 73 JWTmMin . . . . l 41 .312
aaatiia.... 44 o .tfia aacouv.r..-a el .4J
Anrrlrii Ae.-elatien Milwaukee 4, In.
tt!r.ai:ia 4. Iltnnrapotta &, t'olumbia 3:
ile e and L Paul . LoalaiiIla 3-1. K 43-
aa 4 ity
Wctera I.eaene Omaha 3. Tnpeka 1: tea
Itlnra 7. tlDcila 4. No othera plajed.
Hew the Sevtea Kcaad.
ra-Te raaet I-eacue alt Ijike 3 ramra.
P-rti4 1 same. Loa Aiclea 3 same
tiaa Kranciaca 1 same; Vernon 3 sainee.
Oakland 1 came.
Where the TeanM I-tay Teday.
Padfle Coast Learu Fait Lake at Port
land. Loa Anxelea al Saa Francisco. Oak
land at Varaoa.
Beater Batllac Averasea.
AR. n Ave I AR. H.Ave
F'aer... l .-! rvmck . o i.-s .;.sn
Patea... .'4 1M J- K-ra-.a. ... 13 .:.n
4-umpf.. 3-4 lAJ .31-Cariite.. 31 l'JO .r.tli
pee .. 4-1 1-a ..t 4 Krauaa... 1 19 ."U
-a-al... 314 4.1 .r1 I.utM aa 14 .M;
rla-n'ead 1 - '-.-akla 41 B.13I
. . 4i M.rranire. . p 1 .141
Htii4rd : M.xiiuiir... a .lis
Da.'a. 334 43 .Zli,
Sprlns Training-. Trip lo Texas
Blamed but Erpectatlon Is to
Show Power In Game This Tear
and "Come Back" Next.
BT CHBISTT atATHEWSO.V.
NEW YORK. Aus. ! (SpeclaL)
Fana are enoush Interested In me to
writ and ask wnelbar I think I am at
tha end of my day as a pitcher. Of
course all bis laasuera ar optimist
wbn It comes to a question of as
And they ar mora sensitive about tin
than an unmarried woman raor than
3i. But I don't think this will be mi
last season In th big league "span
Slea." Can't a man. who baa been work
ins at It for IS year, have an off Sum
mrr one In a while?
My arm ba not been rtxht since
Injured It on the Sprlns training trip
at Alarlln. Tex. I . .
hurt It playlns - w .
handball and a form .. ; 4 v. -n
of rbeumatiam t- "
tied In It and In tha ' S
tnu4rl4 o r narvea V e"V
of my neck. Re- I"' u' :" I
ently I have had f . J
ome relief In the - j . j
rm by a treatment . J
f bolllns It out "i 1
i. Pasea on balls. Faber z. Foster 1, Ruth I
1. Hlta off Fnater. 1 In : Ruth 1 In 3.
"truck out. Faber a. Foater 3. Umplraa.
ttmni and Chill.
and the hot weather '
ha helped It. too.
bat the neck (till :
"You didn't have
much apeed last sea
son, but that fasirhrlafy Mathewaoa.
ball of yours wouldn't break a pane of
Class or a Federal League contract
now." Kvera shouted at me one day.
It waa then I realised I had no fast
ball, or practically no faat one which
was effective, and I becan to study t
see wby. The reason dodsed me, an
o I bare been trying to win ball
same by control and pitching at th
known weaknesa of a baiter.
llaadlrB Felt Wltbewt Speed.
But a twlrler goes Into that box un
der a big handicap when he does no
carry speed. beci.u,e ha baa no change
of par,-, and th hitter know he will
get curves or slow ones or even slowe
all the time.
Tben I began to see something. In-
consclously. because of the pain tha
jumpel through try neck. I had begun
to take off on my step when I delivered
tbe ball. Thla step ha a great deal
to do with the speed of a pitcher and
I had now discovered the reason why
I had entirely lost my fast one. It
waa not due to my arm. but to th
length of my stride. All pitchers who
have tremendous speed take a long
step when delivering the balL Even
when young I did not have an unusual
ly fast ball compared to that of some
Speed In not so much a question of
slxe or weight or height or strength
or the power of the arm. although they
all count, especially helghL For this
reason McGraw hs always favored tall
pitcher? But there have been some
short twlrltrs who have shown a vast
amount of steam. "Joe" Wood, ol
Boston. Is not tall, but he has plenty
of speed. Some American Leaguers
have told me they believe Wood's fast
ball Is faster than Walter Johnaon's
rhen "Smokey Joe" Is working right.
Bullet Joe" Bunli. of the Athletics. Is
another pitcher who In not so aixey.
but w ho has a wicked fast one.
Advlee Kxtended ta Other.
It Is my opinion that I can keep on
traveling the big league pace for
few aea4ons more by lengthening that
step In the box. I hope to show
good game soon, which will convince
me that my theory Is correct and not
ust a lifebelt of hope. I believe If sev
eral pltchera who are short on speed
now w ill try taking that long step they
will find they can develop a much bet
ter fast ball. It has much to do with
It and all Ilia great speed pitchers take
hat big one.
The loe of -"Bill" James to the Bos.
ton pitching staff for the rest of the
season la seriously going to affect
Stalllnes' chance of winning the
championship. The big pitcher did
more than Ills share In carrying the
Irave to a pennant and the world's
hamplonshlp lent season and Stallings
had been counting on James to repeat
hi performance this year. George
Stalling. the unsuppressed optimist
of the big leagues, believes his club
111 win th National League cham
plonahlp without James. Then:
He 11 be fit to work In the world s
championship series all rlghL" an1
werrd Stalling, the king of the optl
"What atarted his arm going bad?
asked Stalllnga. "He is a big. young
-How. It oughtn t to do thaL
"Bill." began Stalling.. "wanted
more dough after w had won the
world'a championship. But he signed
three-yesr contract at the beginning
of last season, which still had two
year to run. II desired Mr. Uaffney
o tear up this and make a new agree
ment on th basis of what he had
down. Tbe president of the Boston
club refused to do that and James be
gan 10 flirt with the Feds. He didn't
get far, however, because they quit as
soon aa they found out he was under
contract lo the Boston club.
But 'Bill' sulked around and did not
how up at the training camp In time
o get Into good condition and work
la arm at first out where It waa warm.
f we hadn t won the World's Cham-
ptonahip last year Bill would have been
satisfied with what he waa getting and
would have reported at the Spring
camp in time to get Into shape. He
would be pitching a good ball today
aa he ever did."
WHITE SOX WTX GUKAT GAME
Eddie Collin . Plajs Superb Ball
AgalnM lied Sox.
CHICAGO. Aug.. !. The Chicago
White Sox won a great fielding game
from the Boston Red Sox, 2 to I. here
today. The visitors were unable to
athom Faber delivery. Collin walked
In the sixth Inning, stole second, took
hlrd on a wild pitch and scored the
Inning run on Leibold' single to lefL
Boston I Chlcaso
R H O AEI B H O A E
on. a. . . 4
IP. I... 4
Foster. p. m 3
.. 3 0 o 1 01
.. o e o oil
V 'I Vurohr.r.
0 O E.l olIlnaS
1 J. Colllns.1
3 0i Rlackb'n.S
4 3 3
3 3 3
3 1 S
3 4 0
Washington 11, Cleveland .
CLEVELAND, Aug. 13. Washington
hit two Cleveland pitchers- hard and
won 11 to 4. Gandil made two singles
and two triples in flva times at baL
VBahlnrlMi-. I Cleveland
o H O A K BHOAE
Moeller.l.. 3 3 0 OuWIlle.m... 3 3 4 01
Foater I-- S 2 10 0 OTumer.3. . 2 3 O 40
MUan.c... S 1 1 0 O.Cbapman,a 3 1 3 5 0
Shanka.S. 3 14 1 j4.-un.r.. S3 1 0 0
Gandll.l.. 6 4 1 1 Kirk,,!... 6 1 la O
Aena(a.r.. 3 1 O U U Smllh.l. . . i O II
Barber.r.. 1 0 0 0 0 V. "Kanaa.2. 4 12
Henrr.c 3 3 4 4 2 O NellLc. . 3 0 4
McHrtde.a 4 0 0 k HiaorlM 3 O 2
boehllnc.p 2 10 UJonea.p... 0 O 0
iH'fr-man.p 0 0 0
icoumhe.p. 1 0-0
Paechel... 10 0
lEvao.".. 1 1 0 vol
Totals. .37 IS '.'7 34 t Totals. .34 11 27 14 1
Batted for Harerman In (lftb. Batted
for loumbe In ninth.
Cleveland '.... 1010002 2 6
Waahinston 4l0U4Uiu 1 u
Hun. Uoallar. Foater. Milan. Shanks. Gon
dii k. iMit, Harber. Uenrv. BoahllnK.
Wills 3. Turner. 4jhapman 2. Evans. Two-
baa, nits. Henry 3. Tftree-baee oil, aioei
lar. Milan. Gandil 2. Double plays. Henry
to Ehankk to McBiide to bhank4i McBrlde
to Foster to Gandil: McBrlde to Shanks to
Foater. Hits, off Jones 4 In 1; Hagermaa
4 In 4; Coumbe 3 In 4. Base on ball,. Hager-
man 2. Coumbe 1. Boehllne 7. Struck out.
Ilufimn 3; Coumbe 2; Boehltng 4.
plrea. Hildebrand and O Lougalin.
Detroit 6, Philadelphia I
DETROIT. Aus. 19. Detroit ham
mered Wyckoff bard and often today
and, aided by Coveleskie'a superb pitch
Ins, defeated Philadelphia to 1. The
gam waa a merry struggle until the
eighth, when tha Tigers massed five
bits for four runs. Cobb stole second
In tbe third Inning while McAvoy waa
holding th ball and took third when
th catchers throw went to center.
Philadelphia I Detroit
Kopf.s... 41 I 0 Vial 3 3 t 40
L.Li.v'ajn 3 4 1 OOHuah.s.... 4 1110
Utrunk.l- 4 1 13 SSCobb.m... 3 1 0 04
lJiJol,.i.. 4 3 3 4 4 Crawfrd.r 4 134
TVal.h.r.. 41 OOVeach.l... 3 1 1 00
O.drlns.L. 4 0 1 OSBurns.1... 4 111 10
Maione.L. 3 0 1 IOTouns.3... 3 14 31
Mcavov.o 2311 Stanaze.c. 4 3 4 1 0
VVjck If.p 10 4 l.Cov'lak e.p O 0 10
Total 11 I 24 14 II Totals. II 11 IT II
Philadelphia 0 O 4 0 1 0 1
Detroit 3 0 0 0 4 0 4
Huna Rtrunk. Vltt. Bush, Cobb. Crawford.
Veach. Burns. Stolen baae. Cobb. Tao-baaa
hit. Vltt. Double plays. Lajole to Strunk:
Vltt to Touna to Bums: Wyckoff to Kopf
to Htrunk. Baaea on bane, w yckort 4. iove
leakle 1. Struck out, Wyckoff 1. coveleakla
Lmplras, Connolly ana v aiiace.
8T. LOUIS. Aug. 19. St. Louis-New
Tork two games postponed; rain. Dou
WESTERN BOY LOSER
William Johnston Bested by
YOUTH VICTOR IN DOUBLES
Beats Johnson, of
Philadelphia, and Griffin Puts
Irving Wright Out of Play
In Newport Tournament. .
U'NAUARA WINS. TITLE
BOSTON MAX TAKES OPEX GOLF
CIIAStPIO.SHIP OF WEST.
Brady Awarded Special Prise for Ea
tabllahlag Reeord of 70 Strokes
fea, 039-Yard Conine.
waa second with 306: George Sargent. Bres h'n.x.
third with 307,
CHICAGO, Aug. 19. Tom McNamara.
of Boston, today won the Western open
golf championship at the Glen Oak
Country Club, with a acore of 304 for
A. Cunningham, of Wheeling, Vl. Vs.,
NEWPORT. R. I., Aug. 19. R. Norrls
Williams, of Philadelphia, National
champion, defeated William M. John
ston, of San Francisco, three seta to one
in the fourth round of the single
Maurice E. McLoughlln, of Califor
nia, vanquished Wallace Johnson, ot
Philadelphia, three sets to one, 'and C.
1'. Griffin, of California, eliminated Irv
ing Wright, of Boston, in straight sets.
singles, fourth round C. J. orinin, ban
Francisco, beat L C Wright, Boston, T-o,
B. Norrls Williams XL Philadelphia, beat
William r. Johnston, . San Francisco. 8-8.
10-4. -L 6-3.
M. . McLouahlin. San Francisco, beat
Wallace F. Johnson. Philadelphia, 5-7. 8-4.
N. W. Mies. Boston, beat a. C Johnson,
Boston. 6-1, 4-8. 6-3. 8-4.
Caalno cup doubles, third round (J. J.
Griffin and w. M. Johnston, San Francisco,
defeated I. C. Wright and W. F. Johnson.
Boaton and Philadelphia, 6-4, 6-3.
R. Norrls Williams 11 and W. M. Wash
burn, Philadelphia and New Tork, defeated
T. K. Feu ana r . u. inmu, .New 1 or, 0-.
R. D. Little and F. D. Alexander, New
Tork. defeated F. C. Dixon and Crals Blddle.
Philadelphia. 6-3, 6-2.
BKOOKLYX CLI3IBLNG HIGHER
Chicago Defeated, 6 to 5, in Excit
ing Battle in East.
BROOKLYN', Aug. 19. The Brooklyn
advanced within two points of the Phil
Ilea today, when they beat Chicago.
to 6, in an exciting battle. The vis
itors overcame a four-run lead, finally
tieing the score in the eighth, only to
have Cheney send in the winning run
with a wild pilch In the Dodgers' half
of the same inning. Four pitchers
were used. Lavender and Pfeffer being
taken out because of heavy bitting.
Two players were severely injured.
Otto Miller was hit over tbe right eye
with a batted ball during practice and
was taken to the Midwood Sanitarium.
Cy Williams was hit by a pitched ball
In the eighth Inning. Score:
Chicago I Brooklyn
a ti u a c i ii n u a i.
3 2 1 0 0 .Myers, m... 4 1 1 00
1 0 0 0:O'Mara.B.. 4 0 0 30
1 0 2 llDaubert.1.. 4 0 8 10
1, S 0 o wneat,l. .. 4
10 1 0 Cutshaw.2.. 4
8 1 liStengel.r.. 3
3 0 OiMetz.3.... 4
u u Ui.M uarty.c. 3
- MIBI 'si.
f : lifer
beaufv and bpainsTiave
found delight irv
Times change and styles change, but
the fundamentally good things of this world
change neither in themselves nor in popular
For 29 years Coca-Cola has held and
increased its popularity. That' s because it
is fundamentally delicious, refreshing and
Demand tha aenuine bv full name
nicknames enooursgo substitution.
of Washington, D. C,
while fourth and fifth money waa di
vided between M. J. Brady, of Wollas-
ton. Mass.. and Walter Hagen, of Roch
ester. N. W former national open
champion, both scoring 309.
Totals. .37 12 24 IS 21 Totals. .33 10 27 9 0
Run lor Williams In eixhth- ".Batted for
Lavender In fourth. xBatted for Cheney in
Cblcaso 01021001 0 5
Brooklyn 04100001 6
Runs, Good, Zimmerman, Saier 2. Fhelan,
Two-base bit. Good. Three-base hit. Gets.
noma run, ba:er. oioien Dases. uooa. juur-
Saler. ZabeL Uyera, w heat 2. Earned
runs. Chicago S, Brooklyn 4. Double play,
Knlsely to Archer. Bases on errors, Brook
lyn 2. Bases on balls. Lavender 1, Rucker 1.
Hits, off Lavender 6 in 3 innings, off Chenev
4 In S Innings, off Pfeffer 8 in 4 1-3 Innings.
off Rucker 4 In 4 2-3 Innings. Hit by pitcher.
by Rucker, W llllama. struck out, by Laven
der 2. by Cheney 1, by rTerier 2. empires,
Klgler and Cocklll.
St. Louis 4, Boston 1.
Brady today broke the- course record I Wheat 2. Cutshaw, Stengel, sietx, McCarthy.
of 73 holes lor tne J-yara imaa.
ith a splendid 3a-3a-7o, and won s
pedal prize for the best 18 holes.
Gilbert Mchols. or Wilmington, mi.,
Metropolitan champion, finished Just
outsid the money, with 311.
CITV IE.Gl"E GAME CHAXCED
Plcdmont-East Side Contest to Be
yi i i r,.. 4".d Mm(
a.-,cu .44,. . BOSTON". Aug. 19. Ames pitched
At a meeting of the Portland City I well today and St. Louis won from
Inina officials vesterday It wa de- I Boston. 4 to L The Cardinals hit both
cided to play the Piedmont-East Side I Ragan and Tyler for scores, assisted by
ame Sunday afternoon alter tne oan the formers passes. tieacner naa
Lake-Portland contest. It was orig-1 big day at the bat. Score
.,ii. fnt.nil.fi in Bet the game lor I St. Loula I Boston
i. i P.ri hull BHOAE BHOAE
a. the crowds do not turn out to morn- g'; ; ' f 0,".""'.".".'
ng games, ana it win oe imni ti" i Beichtr.1. B
tier tbe Coast League contest, tne luoian.m.. J
i ... ,i I w nsoo.r. . a
"""e-" ... .. Mlller.l... .4
Both clubs are tied lor iirsi piace KetIt.i .3. . 4
the league and have been battling snyder.c. 4
-ir .nil neck all through the season. Ames.p. . . 4
THE COCA-COLA CO.
Vi jcI'? ' ?
you aeo an Arrow,
think of Coca-Cola
Tntsla 31 T 14 113i Total. 2 S27 10 2
Bailed for Thomaa In ninth.
otnn - ..0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 01
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 l) X 2
Runs. Sreaker. J. CoTllns. Leibold. Two-
baae hit. Murphy. Thraa-baM hit. Gardner.
olen baae. J. Conlna. Earned run,. Chl-
3. Doable plays. Scott to Hoblltsei
Each club has won and lost on game
to the other. Manager Grayson, of the
ledmont team, will use either -rtuay
Kalllo or Emery Webb on the mound.
htlo Dave Gerrlck, the young Beaver
recruit, will work for the Last bide
Reds. The other City League contest
will be played In the afternoon at bell-
wood or at East Twelfth and Davis
ORMOND WINS IX QUEBEC
Valentine Entry Takes $5000 Pac
ing Stakes at Donval.
MONTREAL, Aug. 19. Grand Circuit
racing was inaugurated In the Province
of Quebec at Donval track today. The
ueen Mary stakea for z:ub pacers, witn
purse of SSOuO. waa won. by Judge
Ormonde, C. A. Valentine's black stal
lion, driven by the owner. Judge Or
monde won the third and fourth heats
nd rintshed second in the second heat.
udge Ormonde'a time waa 2:04ft In the
bird heat, this being the best time
made during the afternoon on a track
hat waa very fast.
Hal 8- winner of the 2:13 pace, the
opening event, won hi first heat In
07 1. and repeated In the next beat.
his third and final heat time being 2:08.
Todd Temple, with Snow up, won the
14 trot after de Roche, Mrlven by Ed
eers, had won the second and third
DOX JOHNS TO RACE HERE
Speedy Motorcyclist Will Appear in
Don Johns, who won third place at
the Tacoma race meet, will appear here
at the Rose City speedway Sunday. Ar
rangement have been completed to
have thla fast rider and bis eight-valve
machine compete in the race. He la
conceded by practically all the author! -
iea of the motorcycle world the fast-
t rider on a dirt track.
The flight of Aviator Louis Barin
over the city last Saturday was suc
cessful from every standpoint, and he
succeeded In distributing over 300 com
plimentary ticket. Erwin J. Baker,
ho recently broke the coast-to-coast
record and rode four relay of the trans
continental relay race staged by the
War Department, will have charge of
the Indian pita at the track.
AME REPORTED PLENTIFUL
Nearly All Hunters Around Pomeroy
. Fill Bags.
POMEROY, Wash, Aug. 18. (Spe
cial.) As many a 30 cars with hunt
ers are reported to have gone into
the hills and mountains Sunday In
quest of grouse. Despite tbe fact that
the woods were full ot hunters. In all
but three cases (he hunting parties
cam back with glme. i
All the hunter report seeing flocks
of game, but in only two cases waa the
limit of five grouse reported.
4 2 OulCompt'n.m 3
0 1 OOjMagee.t... 4
1 1 0 USchmldt.L 4
0 12 0 0 Smith. 3... 2
0 1 6 0Ma'nvil!eji 3
0 6 lOjGowdy.c. 2
0 0 3 0 Whaling. c. 0
t yier.p. .. s
3 8 27 18 01
4 27 8 2
Totals. 83 8 27 18 0) Totals.. 31
Batted for Whaling In ninth.
Batted for Ragan in fifth.
St. Louis 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 I
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Runs. Huggins 2. Butler. Beacher, Magee.
Tao-basa hit, Magee. Three-base hit,
Bescher. Double play, Gowdy to Smith.
Base on error. St. Loula 1. Basea on ball.
Ames 6. Rngan 3, Tyler 1. Hlta, off Ragan
3 In 5: Bughes none In 2; Tyler 3 in 2.
Struck out. Ames 1, Ragan 4, Tyler 2.
Umpires, Klem and Emslle.
Cincinnati 6, New York I.
NEW YORK. " Aug. 19. Cincinnati
continued its spurt today, defeating
New York for the second time. The
score was 8 to L Cincinnati has won
eight of its last nine games. McKenery
pitched a brilliant game for Cincinnati,
and was ably supported.
Williams led in Cincinnati's batting.
drawing a three-base, a double and
two singles In five times, at bat. Score:
Cincinnati I New York
B H O A El B H O A Ei
Groh.S... 4 2 0 OOlBums.l 4 0 110
3 1 3 2 0 Kob'on,r.. 4 2 1 OO
6 4 1 0 0 Doyle.2... 4 2 4 40
4 1 2 0 0i Fletcher.,. 4 0 120
4 2 1 OO.Merkle.m.. 4 0 110
4 1 S 1 OiKelly.l.... 3 010 TO
3 0 0 2 0lLobert,3. . 3 1 2 '1 0
10 1 2 0'Meyers.c.." 3 0 100
3 1 16 OOlStroud.p... 0 0 0 00
McKen'y.p 3 0 0 2 OIGrant 1 0 0 00
ISchauer.r. 1 0 0 3 1
IBran'd.. 1 0 0 00
(Schuppj).. 0 0 0 10
Totsls. .34 12 27 15 ol Totals. .32 6 27 17 1
Batted for Stroud in third. Batted for
Schauer In eighth.
Cincinnati 03100100 1 8
New Tork 10000000 0 1
Runs, Groh 2, Herzog, Griffith. Rodgers.
Mollwltz. Doyle. Two-base hits. Doyle, lirll-
fiths. Williams. Three-base hits. Griffiths.
Williams. Home run. Doyle. fetolen base,
Alollwltz. Ijaa. on Da la. stroua 1. Hits.
off Stroud 8 in 3 Innings, off Schauer 2 In o
Innings, off Schupp 2 In 1 inning. Struck
out. by Stroud 2. by Schauer 4. by McKenry
2. umpires, uyron and Kason.
Pittsburg 8, Philadelphia 3.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 19. Pitts
burg again hit Philadelphia pitchers
hard today and won the game, 8 to 3.
Demaree was knocked off the rubber
in the third, and the visitors also got
after Tincup in this session and in the
sixth. Hartley was effective and was
given fine support. Hinchman led in
the hitting with three singles and a
sacrifice in five times at the plate.
B H O AE
4 0 110
B H O A
Costello.l. S 1 1 0 0
Colllns.m. 4 2 4
Gibson, c. 3
Totals. 38 15 27 9 1
Byrne.3. . ..
l incup.p. .
2 2 3
0 2 10
2 11 0 0
Totals.. 35 8 27 17 2
Batted for Adams In nlnrn.
t Batted for Tincup in ninth.
Pittsburg .3 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 8
Philadelphia ,0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3
Runs, Costello, Collins 2, Johnston, Hinch
man. Wagner, Gibson, Harmon, Bancroft,
Luderus, Killifer. Two-base hits, Luderus.
Niehoff. Three-base hit, Harmon. Home
run, Gibson. Stolen bases, Wagner, Vlox,
Baird. Double play, Niehoff to Bancroft to
Luderus. Bases on balls, Harmon 2, De
maree 1, Tincup 2. Hits, off Demafee 7 in
2 1-3 innings. Tincup 8 in 6 2-3 innings.
Struck out, Harmon 3 Tincup 3. Umpires,
O'Day and Stockdale.
PITCHER TRADE SOUGHT
VERNON MANAGER SAYS M'CREDIE
WANTS BILL FIERCY.
Offer of Auy Portland Twlrler Except
Coveleskie Is Reported to Have
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Aug. 19. (Spe-.
cial.) That tne Portland club had of
fered any pitcher on its payroll for Bill
Piercy, the young Vernon righthander,
was the report made, here today ty
"Doc" White, manager of Vernon, to
Edward Maier of the club.
According to White, Walter McCre
dle, Portland manager, dramatically
pointed to his bench, where the Port
land pitchers were sitting, and said:
"Look them over and take your pick.
You can have any man on that bench
except Coveleskie, if you will give me
White refused the offer, as he did
not think any Portland pitcher could
take Piercy's place with the Tigers.
TEAM TRYOUTS ANNOUNCED
Portland Golf Club to Select Eight
for Waverley Match.
Tryouts for the Portland Golf Club
eight-man team to compete against
Waverley Country Club next month
In an interclub tourney have been an
nounced for Saturday and Sunday at
the club, near Firlock and Raleigh sta
Those competing will be required to
make two rounds of the nine-holo
course, ana tne eignt lowest gross
scores will qualify for the team.
BALL PLAYER IS ENJOINED
Kansas City Deputies Stop Samuel.
Mayer's Play at Brooklyn.
NEW YORK, Aug. 19. Tdo Deputy
Sheriffs from Kansas Citv Mo., served
an i injunction notice in Brooklyn to
day on Samuel Mayer, first baseman
of the Brooklyn Federal League club,
who recently jumped from the Kansas
City club to the American club.
Mayer was restrained from playing
with the Brooklyn's pending a hearing
of the case in Kansas City next Tuesday.
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cigar u costing over 5c
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