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HAPS TO TAKE BACK
BATES, IS REPORT
For Immunity Against Draft,
Action for Purchase Must
. Be Within Three Days.
DAVIS IS READY FOR GAME
Aorrh Opest V 1th lclmfn Here)
Today In Mi-Gam Srle With
toathpa"' I.uab In Ilox
Ptllon I I-jlns; Prnmiil.
. . W ! IN-.
. out .tiij. teema
That th. ClUod Am.rlcane Inland
. take back Third Basameo bales, ot
the rort:4 Coaet Leaiue Cub. tor m
.cent trial nest year is the report that
liundtJ from Cleseland yesterday.
Mejjr leasu draftm bee-ma bP
.nt,r li and ail Bales niu close
Aucuat to Immunity aaint
the draft. So. It Cleveland intend to
recall some action wlil ba. to
b taken within in. Beat tare, day.
Judte McCredla. president ot the
Tortiao4 elu. professed to know notn
ln of any auck contemplate action
-I dun't think Cleveland '
Batea." Bald ho. -B.tr. wee with I!..
Napa 19 1MJ and with tho Cleveland
Amervan AiwUiM Wb Ust year. o
they nuiM to know hlra better than e
do. Hate, furthermore, doe. not want
to return to Cleveland. I am Informed.
Bobov ravts thlnke hie Injured knee
la stroni isouih to permit hi return
to tho lineup tMe rk alnst the
An-el. It so. MCredie mar use k"
I Kconl bas. supplantm 1 1 .un mono.
Tat Utter younst-r baa proved a er
ItaMa It. Jeayil and Mr. Hyde tor
I ortl.nd. Dunn Ma nrl wt.li with
tha H-avers on thatr recent California
trip HaJtmond batted close to .to. and
ha waa ballot aa a romin Ty .obb.
Than ha beaan to Hump and sine, then
Ma batltn baa been practically nil. In
tho laat nloa .-antea Hammond baa nol
made a amala baa hit. Last year the
yoansster battad mora than .S. In a
B laasua and ha flsjuree to hit better
than aa haa tho pa.t two eerie. Ha
doeenl know what la n and la
plainly worried. Hammond played un
der L-. 'obl. the preaent temporary
manager of the Cleveland club, and
Fohl may take him back tl I th Tort
land club passea Mm onward.
-Pop- I'lllon and hi Jeajtua-lead-In
Lo Amsel!i aouad will o-en a aix
gitna aarlea with tha lowly Mackmen
today at J o'clock on tha diamond at
Kecreatlon I'ark. Tha Anirela ar frrah
from tha Hay City, whara laat week
they took fla out of tho oen ram
played from tha eala. while Torlland
wa Poo.tln tha Ha up tha percent
age lad-ier by loatng with cruel reu
Urlty. fouthpaw Johnny Ijih will acrre tha
twotera for tha B-arra today, accord
Inc to Manaser iacCre.Ua. white It la
probable L-n Tom" Huihea or "t'ol
i'erritl will be uad by IHllon. aa both
ara dua to work. It la Juat poaalble.
howerar. that Iullon may ua hla atar.
Jack Ryan, aa tha ailTer-topped leader
generally aende Jack against the
Veavera twice In a aerlea.
Tha pennant bea la buzxlnK now In
tha bonneta of tha Ansel and judclne
from tbetr performance of recent date
It will take a atronc tram to beat them.
Harrr llellmann I acaln on tho Seal
crtppla lit. aufferlne; from an abce
of the ear. and "Bun" IteislKl. pitcher.
I ai aout of the same. o tho fal
are not likely to climb to top poattlon
In a hurry. A pennant haa not been
landed by tha Ancela alnca I0 and
LiUon figure hla boya ara due.
ci m rrTTixt; chid ix miapk
1rt Sicn-i or KimuImiII Arc .arrnl
on Multnomah Field.
Flrt real alen of tha comlnc of
football were In evldenca yealtrday
when IVw V. lker. a-ipenntendrnt
of tha MultnomaJi Amateur Athletic
Cluh. had everal men out on Multno
mab Field rolling and rakin the
ground prior to the coat of aawduot. A
team of bor will ba put to work to
day and. commenvlna: with tomorrow
or Thurday. tha firt of the load
f sawdust will b placed en tha field.
Captain Huperl re.-lad word that
Jack Iay. who for four year waa quite
a terror to tha oppoaition in tha Port
land Intcrcholatic League, la about
reauv to aner tfce call of tha Ameri
can game. Javk ha been attending
tha Stanford I nlTcrlt. but It may he
that b will not go outh thl Kail.
Mnould ha remain In Portland ha ha
consented to play with tha Jlultnomah
Tha firt caJI to arm will ba next
Sunday morning, and then Jut aa aoon
aa the weather moderatea a little more
night -iona "ill b held. Tha elec
tric lighta already have baen put li
plac air"! Multnomah Kteld. With
Tral long trl; In aisht. many of
the oldtlmer who hav either quit or
mde the announcement that they were
tnrouah with t gridiron port at the
end of the I t ea-on ara talking
very rrlouly about a "com back."
SORMW ROS IKWK CITV
CracL rtlirl wlmncr to Ta
Winter In San lTanclo.
Norman lloa. coniderd to be the
great! mtddi and long distance
wtmmtr cttr developed In the North
weu left lt right for an r"ranclco
whrr he expecta to remain through the
eoimnc Winter. While In th South he
may compete under the colora ot the
numri, Club of the liay t'lty.
Koaa wa nt to San Francisco last
month a a representative of tha Mult
nomah Amateur Athletic Club to the
Panama-racif ic International Espoal
tioo awlnimln and diving champton
ahip. Th day before ha left for
California ha wa discharged from tha
ho. pita I. having Just recovered from a
CIH of matlpo. A a reult b waa
weak and unable to give a good ac
count of himself In th vaiioua race.
Whether or not ho will enter Stan
ford Cniveraity thl aemeater will be
decided aa imn h rrachea hta dam
nation. He haa been offered a position
with a railroad rompanyj and It may
Va that h will have to giva up achool
until tha Spring. Koa ha been th
volunteer life guard at the Wtndemuth
batha alnca hi return from fan Fran
ciko laat month.
YKl.On NS I-l-T SCXATOIU
Heavy Hitting and Pltchlns of roo
ter IVninre Salem t;ro.
WHTXXViar, Or, Aug. 21. ?P-
Cl,l Tha Valobana dfeat4 th Sa-
l.m 5'nators. It to t. Sunday, winning
LB aarlea and iao making 21 vlctortee
out of If gamaa played. Bob Fotr
truck out 11 for tha Telobana. allow
ing only tlx hit, whtla Craig and
Humphrey, for tha Senator, allowed
11 bit and au-uck out four man. Millar,
for tha Senator, annexed a homo run
la the aaTentk and Und. for tha Telo
bana. bad tha aama luck In the fifth.
Tha Telobana aeored three runa In tha
acond. two In the third and three each
la the fifth and alxth Inning. Th
Senator scored In th fifth and
entb. Th local team won by hard and
vigoroua batting and th pitcnera
steady work, properly eupported In the
nlnrh.fl Thil Kivea in l eiooana a
claim to the atata champtonabip.
Batterte Senator. Cralr. Humph
rey and Gill: Yeloban. Foster and
KIX-ORD MADE AT GEAIUIART
J. Martin Watson, of Waverley, Com
ICocnd Links In 71.
OF.ARHART. Or, Aur. it. (Special.)
J. Martin Wton. profelonl of the
Wavarley Country Club, of Portland.
Fraak IMIloa, Laa Aagvlea Ma
aarr. W heaa Breast liwe
Mb Fraaaat Mapa.
who established a new record for the
la holea Sunday by making tha round
In 71. aay that tha link here are alm-
llar to many othera or tne caiu va
riety on which be haa played.
"It ralla for shot of a different na
ture from the Inland courea." he aay.
-Th wind variee th play considera
bly, and each day the nature of the
holea may be entirely different. The
fairway are springy and fine to walk
ovrr. abounding In natural rolling hill
nd rraoT hollow, calling for every
conceivable ahol In the eollcfl knowledge.-
SPOKANE PLAYER GAME
BRK:Ut l.NJOI.NTS THIS MB
IT WORk IX DOlBLlHEAI)l'.B.
Raee far Watch Ottered Beat Raasaakrr
la 1 aspiration and Palate Are
Made Israplte lajary.
SPOKANK. Waah.. Aug. IJ. (Spe
cial.) Sam BreneKan. formerly Port
land Coaat Lcaijue. now the big
catcher for the Spokane Indian, gave
an exhibition of real nerve In the Spo
kane - Vancouver double-header Tuea-
d.iy that 1 probably unique for IcaRue
baaeboll. In tnrowlnr to secona
hi hand hit the bat of Uldvliiiic. who
waa making a false awing to both.-r
Krmesrun and aid the bascrunner. K.
Murphy, atterapllng to steal. The
thumb of Brenegan' throwing- band
waa cleanly dislocated al the second
Joint. Eriort to pull It back Into
place failed and a doctor wa um
tuoned to attend the Injury.
Uu when the aecond Rume com
menced, lircnegan. hla hand done up
In bandage, appeared with mask and
protector amid cheer.
There waa a race on between Brene
an md Herbert Murphy, the Spokane
shortstop, for a Bold watch, offered
bv a local Jeweler, for the player wno
should drive over the moat runa on
tbla field during the year. The men
came up to today's double-header ex
actly tied for the lead of their team.
with 29 batled-in runs to me crcau
of each. No other player wa near
enough to have a chance f qr the watch.
Murphy batted tn one run in tne
flrt game and would, therefore, have
won the watch had Breneran not
played the aecond came. with in
thumb bandaged, the grip of fingrr
only being possible. Brenrgan flammed
out two pinch hits, drove over two
run and tied Murphy.
The dlspoition of the watch I to
be determined at the first game played
la Vancouver Tuesday.
TUXAIS TOVIIXEV IS .YEAR
Southwestern 'Was.lilnston Matches
to Be In Aberdeen or Hoqularn.
ABERDEEN'. Wash.. Aug. la. (Ppe
claLI A Southwestern Washington
tennia tournament will be tased here
or In Hoquiam early next month.
Team from Hoquiam. Montesano,
El ma. Olympla. Cm hall and Ceniralla
will ba Invited to compete,
Aberdeen player will atart a tour
nament Wednesday to pick players to
represent Aberdeen. Montesano already
has held a similar tournament, and
Hoquiam I expected to tage one
shortly. Among the Aberdeen player
are Jay Weatherwax and 1. Y. Ovttt.
both of whom have competed In state
Spokane Sell Callahan to Kcds.
SPOKANE. Wah Aug. SI. R. J.
I Pat) Callahan, pitcher of the Spo
kane Northwestern Uacut baseball
team, waa sold today to the Cincinnati
Nationals and will depart tonight to
Join the Cincinnati team at Boston.
UTANDLNOS OF THE TEAM..
w. u rc.'
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TV L Pc.
t : .4-7
irik!niJ New vrk.
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. hies J... if 5 . IncinaaU. H.l
Boston.... Tl 3T .MT N Tori.. 5S SI .
ltroU. . . . 4 .. Irxeland.. .
i'mt.ij tk l ..'T St. Uuis.. . 41 7'J .a..l
Wa gloo. 1 4J .i-- I'nuadei...
Zi 75 .lils
Vevark... J M .iMSt. l.ouls... l St .SS
IMttsMirr . a .i"- iluttslo. . . . Jd.. 1.4.1
. . , . - . r - 1 ".-..I it..,.rn . . . .".4 (.4 4 " S
.'liica.. . t it -ao Baltimore., ia .AiJ
r. r M .Vi- rltv .
ir- 5 .Son
cuntr;. 4 5 - '"levrlsnd..
ladiaasp.. o. a .d. oiunioua.
r-a Vela T 44 .iZ.flonx City.
t-&vr . T- 4 .5-.i "?nha....
Ilnroln.... t 47 .sA Wichita
Tooeaa... al .iiirst. Jsph.
A S .504
o el .4
Jo 7 .417
41 -. .144
AmrnVaq Assactsttoa sftnneapolta 4.
r.t.aTMl ?. lauii;.e MUauara J: ?t-rs--il
I'Iun-ua 1; Kansaa City l-4.
Wsstrrti tea-! t-lnroTn Pt. Jnph
I. Omitl 1V Wl.-hlta I. T"pka .
t trhlta 2. Pnvif-Dfl lletncs. rain.
Where th Teaaa liay Tday.
Pa-If!e Coast League to Angel t
Portland. Saa Frao Cisco at Taraoa; eait
Lake at Oakland.
- ' -
GOLF TOURNEY ON
AT GEARHART LINKS
Lad of 14 Is Surprise of Day
by Clever Work in Meet
TITLE TO STAY IN STATE
Crowd of rinyeT Not Before on
Conrae Spreads Humor That Out
aider Might Win: Mr. Smith
Makes Holes In 135.
CEARHART, Or, Aug-. II (Special.)
The alxtb annual Gearhart golf
tournament which began here today
furnished It usual number of surprise
and excuses. Kuell Smith, of Port
land, laat year's winner of the title.
did the I holea In 155, and the beat
score of the day waa made by nt
opponent. Lieutenant F. V. Schneider.
who In tha course of the second round
In the afternoon, turned In a card showing-
that he pad negotiated the 18 hales
In 74. His morning card was 78.
The tournament here furnlahea a live
ly bit of playera' arnsatlon. It waa the
close golf that M. Rosenblatt, a lad 14
year old. played during; tne morning
rounds. Some of the wise golf experts
look upon the young- Portlander a a
sure comer. In the morning rounds he
paced off with W. Ciotelll. and tonguea
began to wag- when hla card read an
?. The lad fell down two holea during
hla play of the aecond half of the 3
bolea In the afternoon, hi card reading
. giving him a total score for the
day's play of lit
Title Seeata Likely to Stay.
This was the qualifying- round, it
holes for the championship, and while
the entries this year cannot be com
pared with the number ot entrant for
the 1914 championship, close scores'
was the order of the day. The tour
nament haa attracted wide attention
and many of the faces seen at the
tournament are new. This cave rise to
a great deal ot conjecture this morn.
Init that perhaps the Ueamart cham
pionship would be carried out of the
state. A glance at the score turned
in late tonight, however, would Indi
cate that the title this year, like that
of 1914. would remain at borne.
In addition to the first round of the
men's championship, a match play of
IS holes. Interest to norrow will be
centered In the women's championship
lS-holo medal play.
Oaly tight May Qualify.
This event, however, like the men's
championship, will lack a number ot
prominent women golfers. In spite
of tbla, there la the keenest intereat
taken in the coming- event, for only
eight of those who play can qualify.
After the morning- scores bad been
turned tn and the cards of tho non
resident players bad been carefully
conned, there was a sigh of relief, for
none of the out-of-town players had
made a score that threatened.
W. P. Kettenbach, of Lewlaton.
Idaho, was "kidded" into the tourna
ment- Mr. Kettenbach had no intention
ot staying- over, but when it was inti
mated to bim that he was running
away, ho atayed over and made both
the morning and afternoon round in
3, banging- up a gross ot 186.
Table Shows Close Score.
H. M. O'Brien and Alex Wi.-ston. of
Spokane, are poorer by several din-
ncra and boxes of golf baJlu.
A. M. P. M. Gross
Plavei score, score, score.
Russell Pmllh 77 7S 1.1S
Lleuirnsnt K. V. Schneider .." 7H lit
liuy Stsndifcr "-i 11
R. l". K. AsLbury U oil
V. Gctrlli "2 H
t. A. Klnsmley S4 M
K. Small oti
'. v.". lirldrrman "
J. P. Morr. lt -l
E. r . litlnry .
'. A. Barnard
. . . .!."
. . . . M
M. Kosenbiatt .
tl. B. t'arpenter
. ...;:t st
. ...M 11
K. A. Thomn
James rtamst y .-2
U. B. Whitman s!l
. K Pearson
Lr. Jamrs .an
t;r.iham Glass. 8r !'
W. K. K-ltrnbach I'li
II ll.mhl..i I"! Ml 1
J. K. .Nruman 1' I'- 1"
0. M. Miarpenslein I'H 113 Isu
A. M. P. M. uross
I'lai er si-ore. score, score.
K. I- Thompson .t PS
H. M. Monlsomery l'i m
H. A. rid. I
Gratiam Gloss. Jr. .
A. I), wriirnt
M. S. Hlrsch
1C1 101 I"4
T. B. WiUax. Jr 1" T Si'tj
r . B. bharr-steln H"
w. B. rtoberson 1T
K. K. Allen lin 1'H IMS
W. S. Mioson 1" HI -,,!
U C. Scolt 114 17 I'il
The drawings for the men's cham
pionship, the first round being the 1
to ouallfv. calr: Russell Smith and
Thompson. liarnard and Small. Morrell
and tlotclli. Whitman and Standifer.
Schneider and Ramsey, Rosenblatt and
Helderman. Whitney and Klngsley. Car
penter and Astbury.
GKCXAX TO MEET CIIAMPIOX
Portland IlglitwT'lsht AYIns Over All
In Ka.-t. Snys Maner.
sV KRAXC1SOO. Aug. IS. (Special.)
Billy Roche, who haa been looking
after the interest of Ralph tinman,
the Portland lightweight. In New York.
writes to the effect tnat orunan nas
signed a contract to meet Champion
Freddie Welsh In New Y'ork In Novem
ber. Grunsn has also contracted to
meet two other opponents that the pro
moters may name.
Grunan has been In the Kast several
months and has participated In eight
bouts, winning- them all. Roche writes.
At nresent Grunan Is laying off because
of the hot weathtr In the Eat and has
been booked for a vaudeville tour, tie
will be in Portland September 1 and
will then come to San Francisco. With
the coming of Fall. Grunan will return
to the ring and his campaign will be
watched with interest by fight fol
lowers who predicted a brilliant fu
ture for the youngster.
XATIOXAL DKAWIXG IS MADE
McLoupblin and Williams Are Kar
Apart, Is Announcement.
NEW YORK. Aug. II. The leading
tennis playera of the country are well
separated In the drawings for the Na
tional championships, aa announced
here tonight. The list of 158 entrants
for the titular tournament, which be
alna at Forest Hills. U I- next Mon
day, broke evenly into 4 pairs for
the opening day's play and. barring- de
lays due to inclement weather, the
tourney will close on September 7. The
final round of the singles would be
reached on Labor day, according to the
draw, but one entire day will be de
voted to the doubles title play, thus
adding an additional session to the
Maurice E. McLourhlln and R. Norrl
Williams II. respectively one and two
In tha National ranking-, are widely
separated and. playing according to
form, should reach th semi-finals, thus
avoiding an anti-climax In the early
days or the play.
Williams, who defeated McLoughlin
In the final round at Newport last sea
son. Is well placed in the upper half
of the draw, which is a trifle stronger
than the lower half.
In the upper division with Williams
are Clarence Griffin and William m.
Johnston, of California, while the East
la well represented by Karl Behr, Wal
lace Johnson and H. H. Hackett, In ad
dition to the champion.
JOE JACKSOX WIXS . FOR SOX
Triple to Right at Right Time Sends
Kddie Collins Across Plate.
CHICAGO. Aug-. IS. Joe Jackson, re
cently added to the local club from
Cleveland, won the game here today
for the White Sox from New York in
the 11th inning. The final score was
4 to 3. Jackson tripled to right and
drove Eddie Collins, who had walked
a minute before, home with the win
The locals played an uphill battle
sua Lieu -up tao siuic . .........
Eddie Collins walked and advanced to
third on the next two outs, ne scoreu
on Weaver's scratch hit to Boone. Chi
cago waa compelled to use two pitch
era to win from Shawkey. Score:
Chicago 1 New York
B H OAK BHOAE
alurphy.r. 4 10 o Hlgh.m. .. S 1 I 0 1
j.Coiiins.l 4 IS 1 0 Pok uislij o J l
E.Col'na.1 13 1 0 Malsel.3. . t S 5
Javkao'.m i 1 3 0 l-ipp.l 4 110 !0
Falsch.l.. 4 11 0 0 Coole r S 1 0
Weaver.. 4 3 3 I 1 Hartsell.l. 4 1 3 Ol
Bl'ck'ne.3 3 I 3 0 Boone.:..- 4 0 3 ( 0
Schalk.e.. 4 15 3 C'AIex'der.c. 4 0 3 S 0
Husaell.p. 3 O 1 lOShaakey.p 4 0 o 0
Poott.p-.. I O 1 ! II
LatlDOld. 40 Ofc
Totals. 33JJltli Totals. 40 St30 IS 1
Batted for Russell In eighth; t Jackson
mt In fourth, hit by batted ball: one out In
llth when a-lnnlng run sal made.
Xesr York 0 100 3000 3
Chlcaso 1000100010 1 I
Runs, Murphy. K. Collins - Blackburn.
Maisel 3. Hipp. Three-base hits. Collin.
Weaver. Malsrl. Jackson. Stolen bases.
Malsel Plpp. Weaver. Karned runs. Chicago
4. New Tork 3. Double plays. Weaver to
J. Collins; E. Collins to J. Collin. Base
on errors. Chicago 1. New Tork 1. Bases
on ball. Kusseil I. Shawkey 4. Hits, of t
Russell S In S Innings. Slrurk out, Russell
4, tecott 1. Umpires. Evan and Cnlil.
Boston 7, St. Ixnls 0.
ST LOCI8. Aug. 33. Boston made It
four straight by shutting out St, Louis,
7 to 0. here today.
Hamilton waa hit hard. Gregg
pitched a strong game and was in
danger only once in the second in
ning, when he filled the bases by pass
ing two and bitting a batsman but he
fanned Hamilton and retired the locals.
Boston . ! St. Loui ,
B H O A Eshotton.l.. 4 18 10
Mooner.r. 5 1 OO Austin... 4 0 O Tl
Scott J... 5 3 3 lti Pratta... -
upeaker.m 4 1 OOWalker.m. 4 0 4 0
Galner.l.. 4 0 S V laeobson.r J 3 1
l.el..l... 4 13 OOLeary.l... 5 0 0 2
nardner.3 4 2 1 llLavan.s... 4 1 3 30
Barry.;... 3 V a a u u nri.. - - - -la.ly.c...
4 13 10Hallton.p 1
Oregg.p.. 4 S 1 4 0Hoff.p U 0 1 10
Totals. ST 11 2T 12 1. Totals.. 32 2T 17 1
n ti a... sntt lwls. Gardner,
Barn" C.dy. Grer T-o-ba hit. Gard
ner -1. Scott 2. Ca.ly. Stolen base. UiJ.
Kamed runs, uosion " " '
Lewi. 1. K. on balls i. Gregg 3 . Ham "to, .
l-truck.-" .rrg'THam-iUon 1. Umpire
Dlnnn and Nail'".
PITTSBURG WIXS SHITOCT
Kansas City rnable to Hit Allen and
Main Is Easy Mark.
PITTSBURG. Aug. 23. Pittsburg shut
out the Kansas City team today. 4 to 0.
due to the good pitching of Allen. Main
was hit hard in the first inning when
two einclea. a double, a triple and a
walk produced four runs for the home
R. H. E. R- H. E.
Kan. City. 0 4 JPittsburs. . 4 8 1
Batteries Main. Adams and Brown:
Allen and O'Connor.
Brooklyn 5, Baltimore tl.
BALTIMORE. Md., Aug. 23. John
Ganzel made his deout nere as iiia.ua.
ger of the Brooklyn Federals this aft
ernoon the team easily defeating Bal
timore. S to 2. Falkenburg received ex
ceptional support. Cooper. Myers and
H. Smith taking the leading parts In
this respect. Score:
R. H. E I R. H. E.
Brooklyn.. 5 11 OIBaltimore. 2 10 2
Batteries Falkenburg and E. Smith:
Qulnn and Jacklltsch.
St- Louis 11, Chicago 5.
CHICAGO. Aucr. 23. St. Louis routed
three Chicago pitchers Jiere today, de
featinir the local team, 11 to 5. tor
St 1-ouls Crandall proved ineffective
and In the third inning, gave way to
Wlllett. who allowed but four scattered
hits during the rest of the game. Score:
R. H. E .! R- H. E.
St Louis. 11 18 HChicago... 5 10 4
Batteries Crandall. Willett and
Hartley: Prendergast, Black, .Hendrix
CITT POOLS EXHIBITION" SLT
Special Features- Arranged for Pro
gramme at Peninsula Park.
Special features will be added to
the lengthy programme being outlined
for the annual exhibition of the swim
ming and diving classes of the various
Portland public playground tanks.
The moet will be held at the Peninsula
Park tank at 2 o'clock next Friday
under the supervision of Instructors
Howard S. McKay and airs, oraco ri.au-
Besides the exhibitions given oy
Constance Meyer and Louis J. Balbach,
several feats of lifesavlng and resusci
tation will be performed. Norman Ross,
the other memDer oi tne jiujioi"
trio of swimmers and divers who was
i n annenr left last night
for San Francisco, and as a result
another swimmer will be piacea on
BALKS BY BO.VXER COST GAME
Melklc Spoils All Chances of Seattle
to AVIn 2-l Game.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Aug. 23. Two
balks by Bonner gave todays game io
T acorns, 2 to 1. in 10 innings after the
i i- i i.a ,Ka nr, in the ninth.
Meikle spoiled their only chance of
winning by retiring the side with three
men on bases. Score:
R H. E l R- H. E.
Tacoma 2 2Seatt!e ..1 8 2
' Batteries Meikle and Hoffman; Bon
ner and Cadman.
Answer to Query.
Q. If a man sits on third base and
the coacher hits the runner on the
back with his glove because of his
good steal and at the same time the
pitcher has the ball, is he out? When a
batter holds his bat over his shoulder
and the pitcher hits his bat, is it not a
ball, regardless of the fact that it went
fair or foul? A FAN.
A. Technically the runner Is out.
Kii, li. umnires usuallv use their own
Judgment in such cases. When the
ball hits the bat and goes fair it Is a
hit and If foul a strike.
Tennant Goes to Seals at Once.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 23. "Tom"
Tennant, released as first baseman of
the Salt Lake team of the Pacific Coast
League, will be signed by the Seals,
Tl - -. .- TCAlv.Hnn mann0-er nf the San
Francisco team, said today. Tennant
will cover the first bag, vacated by
Hellman, who ia ill with an abscess in
SNQDGRASS IS BRAVE
Boston Nationals Win Game
MATHEWSON IS BEATEN
Pittsburg Pounds Out Victory S to 2
and Doable-Header at Philadel
phia Results In an . Even
BTeak With Cubs. '
BOSTON. Aug. 23. The Boston Na
tionals took the third straight game
from Pittsburg today. 3 to 2.
Fred Snodgrass. a former member of
the New Tork Giants, appeared In a
Boston uniform for the first time. His
double in the eighth resulted In the
winning run. Score:
Pittsburg I Boston
B H O AE B H O A E
Bamey.l.. 6 0 2 OvtMoranr... 3 0 0 00
Colllns.m. 4 1 2 0 0;Ever..2. . . 4 2 4 3 0
John.ton.l 4 10 1 0iSnodgr'a.m 4 1 2 00
Hlnch'.n.r 3 1 2 0 0 Magee.l. ... 4 1 2 o 0
Wagner... 2 1 1 1 ouschmldt.1. 4 O . 0 0
Vlol.2.... 2 0 4 0-llsmlth.3. .. 812 21
Balrd.3... 4 12 8 Mai-viHe,. ! 2 8
Glbson.c 3 0 2 1 O'Whallns.c. 3 18 11
Adams.p.. 4 0 0 0'Gowdy.c. 0 0 0 0 0
ITyler.p.... 2 1 O 20
jHughes.p. 1 0 0JJ0
Totals. 31B24"9 0 Totals.. SO 7 2T 11 2
Pltt.hura 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 02
Boston ..::.: 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 l x-3
Runa Johnston. Wagner. Snodsrrass.
Smith. Tyler. Two-base hits. Smith, Snod
grass. Magee. Home runs. Johnston, stolen
bases. Wagner. Smith. Double play. Maratl
ville to Evers to Schmidt. Bases on bal s.
Adams 1. Tyler 7. Hits, off Tyler. 5 In 6 2-J:
Hushes, none In 2 1-3. Struck out. Adams
2. Tyler 8. Hughes 2. Umpires, Byron and
Cincinnati 3, Brooklyn 2.
BROOKLYN. Aug. 23. Pfefler was
wild and ineffective in the first inning
of the Brooklyn-Cincinnati game to
day and the visitors accumulated three
hits and three runs, enough to defeat
the Superbas, 3 to 2. The score:
Cincinnati . I Brooklyn
B H O AE BHOAE
Groh.3.... S 1 2 4 0'Myers.ro... 4 13 0 0
Heriogr.s.. 3 2 0 5 O.Olson.s 3 0 110
Wllliams.l 5 0 1 0 Oipaubert.1. 4 2 13 0 .
Kllllfer.m. 4 12 O o:vheat.l. . . 2 0 3 0 0
Grlff.th.r 5 4 2 0 OiCutshaw.2 4 0 1 3
Wlnno.c. 2 11 2 0Stengel.r. 3 O 4 00
Wairner.2. 3 0 4 2 llGew.3 4 0 0 10
Mollwlta.l 4 0 1.1 n-McCarty.c 4 12 20
Dale.p.... 2 0 0 2 OlPfeffer.p. . 1 0 0 1 .
McKen'y.p 1 1 O 0 0! Schultz" . O
Schnel'r.p 0 O 0 OO Appleton.p 110 10
Leach. . . 0 0 0 OLSmith"-. . 0 0 0 00
Uouglass,p 0 0 0 10
Totala 36 10 27 15 ot Totals.. SO 5 27 10 0
Flatted for McKnery In eifrhth.
-Batted for Pfeffer In sixth.
Itan for Appleton in seventh.
Olrclnnetl 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 02
Runs. Henog. Killifer. Griffith. Stengel.
McCarty. Two-base hits. Griffith 2. Mc
Cartv. Three-base hit. Herzog. Stolen base.
Iach. Earned runs, Cincinnati 3. Brookln
2. Bases on nans, naie jii;ac.cl,
Pfeffer 2. Appleton 1. Hits off Dale. 2 In
5 2-3' McKenerv 2 in 11-3; Schneider 1 In
2: Pfeffer 7 in 6; Appleton 2 In 1; Douglas
. i .i ...... i. n.it Tf.rtt.r 1 i, moires.
Klem and Emslle.
Chicago 4-5, Philadelphia 3-13.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 23. The
double header here today resulted in
an even break, Chicago winning the
first trame 4 to 3. and Philadelphia the
second 13 to 6. In the opening con
test Mayor weakened in tne last, two
innings. A throw by Luderus broke
. i. - - tf Rvrnp's lnft hand.
The closing affair was a walkover for
the Phillies, numpnnej ueins un.cu
oft the rubber in the second Inning.
i A.rn nma w.rs annred. McQuil
lan made his reappearance in the home
team and pitcnea in sooa auic.
Chicago I Philadelphia
IX TT O A
Good r. . . 4
Oil JlByrne.a. . .
1 1 4 Of Bancroft..
2 4 O 0 Paskert.m.
3 2 3 OlCravath.r.
1 10 0 0,Luderus,l.
1 4 OWWhitted.l.
0 2 0 0;Xiehoff,2..
0 3 1 llKlllifer.c.
0 0 3 liMayer.p. ..
0 0 0 0! Alex'der.p.
1 n ftORupker .
Ztm an.2. 4
Saler.l. ... 3
Cheney. p. 2
Is. .33 8 27 12 3
Totals. .33 8 27 12 3 Totals.. 32 7 27 11 1
.... . . . . .. tn .i.k.h MD.lta fnr
K-nnfr in eiehth. zBatted for Alexander in
Chicago 10000001 24
Philadelphia v v i u v i i o
n..ti. triti.i- Zimmerman. Saier. Williams.
Bancroft. Cravath. WTiltted. Two-baxe hits.
Zimmerman -". I.uaerus, B-uiuer. i.ravno.
run T5-Rhr. Stolen bases. Cravath,
Whined. S'lehoff. Earned runs. Chicago 2.
rniiaaf-ipnia l. iuuw.c w a j - -
croft to Luderus. Bases on balls, off Cheney
... . i . II... nff l.AnAV it in T
A, Oil Alexanuer i. no, v. wumj v .
inning. Struck out, by Cheney 3, by Mayer 4.
In S 1-3 Innings, off Alexander none in 2-3
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S. S. S. Gives Quick Relief
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Yes. but how? A natural question. The answar ia that you must
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In the Lap of the Cimatlian Rockies
Luxurious Banff, nestl ng in America's "fifty Switzerlands in
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and pine forests, you may enjoy the luxuries and pleasures of
a social resort.
ti . 4r this anmmer to the splendid Canadian Pacific Hotels at
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Reached br the Canadian. Pacific.
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r - A
The 18-hole course at HAYDEN LAKE is one of the best in the West.
FALL TOURNAMENT AUG. 27, 28, 29
Splendid accommodations and cuisine at
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inning. Struck out, by Cheney 3. by Mayer 4
Umpires, Risler and Cockill.
Chicaso ) Philadelphia
Good.r 5 13 0 ORtock.3
Fisher.s.. 4 2 3 2 OIBancroft.s.
SchuHe.1.. 4 14 0 lPaskert,m.
Zim man.2 4 0 3 3 2,L'ravath.r..
-aler 1 . . . 3 10 1 0;Luderus.l. .
u.-ill'rom 4 2 0 OOWhitted.l..
10 3 2
2 3 0 0
4 3 00
0 11 0 0
1 0 00
0 2 0 1
0 7 2 0
0 0 2 0
Phelan.3.. 3 O 0 3 l'Nlehoff.2..
Bresn'h'n.c 4 z 1'jBuras.c... -Hump'r's.p
0 0 0 0 0 McQuill'n.p 3
Murray.. 1 1 0 0 01
Totals.. 3.1 8 24 15 4! Totals.. .32 10 27 9 3
Batted for Zabel In ninth.
Chicago 00002200 1 J
Philadelphia -. . o ' " " -
Buns, Good. FUher. Safer. Williams. Bres
nahan. Stock 2. Bancroft 2, Paskert i.
Cravath 3. Whitted 2, Burns, McQuillan.
Two-base hits. Williams. Paskert. whitted,
Cravath. Home run. Cravath. btolen
bases, Whitted 2. Brcsnahan. Murra.
Earned runs, Chicago 3. Philadelphia 4.
Double play. Luderus. unassisted. Base on
errors. Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2i ?a"
on balls, off Humphries 3. off Zabel h oil
McQuillan 1. Hits, off Humphries 4 in 1 2-o
Innings; off Zabel 6 In 6 1-3 innings. Ptrtica
out. by Humphries 1, by Zabel 1, by Mc
Quillan 6. Umpires, Rlgler and Cockill.
St. Louis 5-4, Xew York 4-3.
NEW TORK. Aug1. 23. Perdue's fine
work as a rescue pitcher enabled St.
Louis to win a double header from New
York today, 5 to 4 and 4 to 3. He
relieved Ames In the seventh inning of
the first game and checked a Giant
rally and again was called to take
Robinson's place with the bases full
in the third inning of the second game.
Two runs came in before he could retire
the side, after which he again pitched
shutout ball. The score:
First game: t
4 3 3 0 0
'4 2 2 10
4 o l :i'i
3 0 4 0 1
2 0 9 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
; 1 0 0 0 0
4 2 1 10
0 0 1 00
3 0 6 2 0
1 0 0 00
0 0 0 0 0
3 1 0 20
1 0 0 0 0
,S 9 27 9 1
Hugg-ins,2 5 1
Long.r. . .
Mlller.l . ..
o o Lioyie.z. . .
n o 1 1 o-Kelly.l. -
2 0 21IGrant
0 3 0 Lobert,3..
0 1 0IMeyers,c.
Iuooin.c. . .
Schauer in ninth.
St. Louis 03100001 05
New York 00000 2 20 04
Runs. Butler. Long. Dolon, Miller 2, Burns,
Robertson, noyle. Two-base hits, Robertson,
Doyle Schauer. Three-base hit. Robertson.
Stolen bases. Burns. Huggins. Butler. Miller.
Earned runs, St. Louis 4, New York 4. Dou
ble plasa, Dooln to Doyle. Bases on balls,
Perrltt 2, Schauer 7. Ames 1. Hits, off Per
rltt, 1 in 1 Inning, none out in second; off
Schauer 3 in 8 Innlnes. off Ames 8 in 6
by Cleansing the blood
Field Luke Louise Banff
Ext Eonte to th. Canadian
LAKE, a gem in the Mountains of
r ine Uatning, r isning, xeiiiuo wuna onu ua.in.a.
Innings, off Perdue 1 In S innings. Struck
out, by Schauer 7. by Ames by Perdue 2.
Umpires, O'Day and Stockdale.
St. Louis I New York
B H O AE B H O A B
Hugglns.2. 4 4 4 2 ulBurns.l. . . 3 12 00
3 1 2 K u Robertson. r i o u u
4 11 0 0iDovle.2 3 12 40
3 0 2 0 OiKletcher.s. 4 1111
Long.r. . . ,
3 16 0 l.Mt rkle.m. 4 3 2 0 0
7 1 o Brainard.l 4 Ci: 0 o
3 1 OiGrant.3. .. 4 0 3 1 11
3 0 2
1 tliMeyerao. .414J0
Robinson, p 1 o
Perdue.p. 2 1
0 0 0Math'son,p 2 1 1 3 0
0 3 OiKelly' 1 0 0 oo
Totals. 30 8 27 11 0) Totals.. S3 9 27 16 1
Batted for Mathewson in ninth.
St. Louis 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4
Xew York 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Runs, Huirglns. Butler. Bescher, Perdue.
Burns, Meyers. Miithewson. Stolen bai.es,
Merkle, Dolan. Earned runs. New York 3.
St.. Louis 3. Double plays. Grant to Doyle
to Brainard, Fletcner to Grant to Doyle,
Grant to Brainard. Grant, unassisted. Base,
on errors. St. Louis 1. Bases on balls,
Mathewson 1. Robinson 1. Hits, off Robin
son, 4 in 2 innings, none out in third;
Perdue, R in 7 Innings. Struck out. Matoew
son 3. Perdue 2. Umpires, Stookdaie and
Chehalis Fair Kacins Card Fixed.
ELMA, Wash., Aug. 23. (Special.)
Secretary J. E. Pinkham, of the Che
halis County Fair Association, has pub
lished a list of the entries for the har
ness events of the annual meeting of
the fair. The list includes some of
the best horses in the Northwest. The
fair will open September 1.
ESMGEO.P.I0E iCD-IiartorsTTRin: N.YI
The Round -Up
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