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TITC MORNING OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1918.
SEATTLE HOCKET STAR WHO WILL PLAY AGAINST PORTLAND
A l LOCAL. ICE. KIK. TOMORROW I(jIH.
First Baseman to Pilot Port
land Baseball Team, An
nounces Judge McCredie.
SALT LAKE TO GET SIGLIN
Maaarer Offer PITff and
Cah far Paddy and AlcCrrdt
Accrpta Xew Manager Praised
bj Waller McCrrdie.
T JAM KM J. RICHAr.DOX.
"William A. I her. first kJmftR. will
rn the 1)1 Portland baseball
William P. -PaddV Piflia -will t
old In Salt Lake tor either cuh or
. tvtitiam Speas. In order to bmm a
mbr ef tne I'ortland iam, mini
cam ito out ef the cload with M
William WalUct McOedle. owner of
tha Portland rlub, mada the thraa above
aaneonrementa yesterday after ho had
safely Intrenched h.roir in hia big
office rbair at baseball headioartera
It was a area! ar for tha "Williamn."
fisher, tba aew mafiacr. Is a left
banded firt baseman mho started bl
profraslonal baseball career with Vtr.
aoti la !! ila later wa pant to tho
Taroma club in tho Northwestern
r iebar plared with toolsvtlla In 1IJ.
where ba hit .:T. In tha Kail of li:
fca was drafted br tho Cblcaaro Cuba,
bat failed to startle tba windy cut
fans br hl work around tho Initial
rqjhlon and waa later aod to Denrr
In tho Western Inline. Ma played with
fenrer during tho motor portion of the
1111 season and hit .:-.
stak- Wltk hrerrr.
In 1M Fisher hit .! with TJenver
and lad tho Western Leaiae In home
runs with -4 foar-ply swats chalked np
to hia credit, Fisher played tho West
ern lasfiie ctrralt In 1IS with three
of tho clubs. In ll bo cavorted at
:nt base for Muheaon and slammed
tho pellet for an overact of The
iiukt(on manacrmert was offered
hint In MIT. and when It ramo tlmo to
report tha J"b waa vtren to James A.
liamillon. This ruffled Kiher and he
refused to report. H did not play
professional ball at all last season.
When tho Central Association hit the
rocks In mldeeaon last year. Fisher
was declared a free airent along with
the ether players la that league.
Fisher's homo Is In Pasadena. CaL,
and ho Is at present managing the
Pasadena club In tho Winter Leirae.
lie Is a very nifty fielding first base
man and Jud.-o McCredlo ta pleased at
being able to announce his appointment
as manager of tho team. Fisher will
arriTO In Portland about April 1.
Tho big surpriso of tho day came In
tho announcement that Paddy hlglm
would bo sold to fait I-ake. While It
bad been hinted that tha Iowa young
ster mlaht sojourn with h!s former
maraa-er in tho Mormon villas; next
season. It was not thought that Juris
.all-Credit would put tho deal through.
Beeo Ask for Malla.
When Walter McCredie arrlTd on
the seen the other day his first plea
with Jud McCredte was that J-'iclm
bo sold to Salt take. The Portland
owner hesitated at first, but when
Nephew Walter announced what he
would b willing to offer for fia-lln In
the way of cash or players Judge Me
Cre.lie derided to part with Paddy's
serrirea. Players of reputation Is what
the Portland team Is aadiy In need of
and Salt lake will let Portland have
soma of Its excess material about the
t me tha Portland team goes to training
tineas had the Inside track on the
manager s lob until b ram along with
hie skyrocket salary demands and the
ludge aava him tho sidetrack. Billy
would hay made an excellent pilot for
the team, but his salary Ideas did not
en form to lh fjjuu limit th leacue
classification calls for.
Walter JlcOedia tare Fisher a good
boost with Ju.lga McOrcdie. Th former
Portland manager says Fisher will
make an Ideal manager and first base
man. According to Walter, th pw
manager has a good baseball head on
him. la a fast thinker and can play
th Initial cushion with any of them.
Judge Mo'redi mailed his typewrit
ten proposition to th Pendleton fans
yesterday for their signature. Th
Portland magnate requests that he he
allowed to rlay four Saturday and three
fundsy game In th Kound-up city and
en to Portland Immediately after th
last Saturday gam so as to stag a
gam la Portland on the Sunday pro
ceeding th opening of th Pacific
Coast International leagu season.
There Is no question but what th
Pendleton live wire" will affix their
"John llancc-k to ilcCredi' proposi
tion and It will only ba a lew week
before the players will be wending
their way towards the thriving Eastern
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SKILL IS NEEDED
Pennant Winners Must Show
Proficiency in Game.
RECORD OF LEADERS KEPT
CAME BIKDS ARE rLEXTIFCL
Stale BlolocUt 1 Inlry Hints at
Bark from th two-day convention
ef County Gam Commissioners at
-Walla Wall, wher representatives
from all over the state of Washington
met at a general convention to dis
cuss the development of fish and game.
W. 1 Klnley. State Itiologist for Ore
gon, reports good conditions prevailing
In Eastern lrvgon and Washington
among the game birds.
While at the contention Mr. Ftnley
displayed some of his p'cttires of the
deniaens of Oregon's wilds and sur
prised the Washlngtonisns with a dis
aertation on animal life that showed
to what extent the Oregon commis
sion bad exten.led Its research work.
So Impressed wer th Washington of
ficial that they asked Mr. Kinley to
iry to arrange to make a tour of Wash
ington on educational work.
. Mr. Kinley has also been asked to
Secom a member of an advisory hoard
ef five, aoon to be chosen from out
aula th slat by th California Slat
Fish and liam Protective League and
by th tloveroor of California, to work
with California officials la aurvey
work among th wilds.
Vancouver to Travel.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Feb. 1i. Sp
r!M Th Vancouver High School bas
ketball team will go to Mc-Minnvlll.
Or. Friday to play th Mcaiinnville
H gh School tram , i return game.
About two weks ago MrMinnvtlle de
feated Vaacouxer by a close ecore,
lUllplatcrs Urol her Dead.
AHKRDEKX. Wash.. Feb. 1. Wesley
TTatt. listed among the dead on the
Tucania. Is believed here to be a
formerly with Pittsburg and now with
Chattanooga In the Southern league. I:
ia iijatl lauur aou ta al Wuiva,
Table Indicates That Most of League
Title Holders Fxrcl In Many De
partments of Baseball Few
Exceptions Are Noted,
XKTV TORK. Feb. 1J. The profi
ciency necessary In many departments
of baseball In order to win pennants
Is Illustrated by comparisons of the
records of 1 clubs, each a flag win
ner In Its respective league last sea
son, with an occasional cn-epnon .
will be found that the team which fin
ished first in the league rare held a
high position In batting, fielding and
baserunnlng. There is no record of any
one combination holding the leading
place In all three of these departments
of the play, but a number of the clubs
showed the way In two oi in inree
Among the more Important leagues
the New Tork Giants, winners or tne
National league pennant, were first In
team fielding and base stealing, nut
finished second In batting. The Chi
cago White Sox. American Leacue lead
era and world champions, were first
In stolen bases, but second In team
batting and fielding. Toronto, inter-
ational League champions, beaded tne
list In batting and fielding, but nil
to second place In base stealing. In
the American Association the Indian
apolis club was first In fielding, but
seventh In batting and fifth in stolen
Taken aa a whole, the averages are
very high. The grand average of the
i pennant-winning clubs Is .1.. inir-
teen clubs show an average oi in
batting and II have a mark of .1(0
fielding. The average numner oi
stolen bases by 11 of the 1 pennant
clubs I l l-J for the season.
The following tabulations snow tne
learue records of th trams In these
departments of play for the season
perience at Aberdeen and turned out
some exceptional teams for the Grays
Harbor and Aberdeen fnns. He went
to Spokane In 19 and In 1M0 pur
chased the Vancouver franchise and
has been In th latter city ever since.
Bob played shortstop In the North-
wesiem iveague aintii ins. out has not
Deen a regular player since that time,
although he has filled In as utility man
for the Vancouver team. Brown has
been a big booster for Vancouver and
has placed that city on the map as far
as baseball is concerned. He has also
engineered many blK deals In the baae-
Multnomah to Name Leaders.
The newly-elected bnarrl of rniste.a
of the Multnomah Amateur Athletic
Club will meet next Monday night, at
which time officers for the term will
be chosen. The chairmanships of the
various committees, as well as other
matters pertaining to the future wel
fare of the club, will be discussed.
154 GAMES DECIDED ON
AMERICA LEAOIE MAKES XO CrT
IN 1I8 SCHEDtLE.
Ingle, Seattle Battler,, Sends
Registration to Portland
TRAMBITAS BEGINS WORK
FOLLOW THE SPOTLIGHT ON THE CLOTHING SITUATION
Eastern Season Opens April 15. With
Western Teaaaa Coming lata
Arties oa Next Day.
CHICAGO. Feb. 14. As usual 154
games will be played In the American
League In the coming season, according
to the official schedule announced to
night. The season will open in the
East. April 15, one day prior to the
opening In the West. In the Initial
games Philadelphia will meet Boston
at the Forbes" field, while New York
ill cross bats with Washington in the
Capital City. The western openings
the next day will see St. Louis in Chi
cago agsinst the World's champions.
while Detroit Is scheduled to play ii
Cleveland. The season will close Oc
There will be only three conflicting
dates with the National League and all
these will be In Chicago. Cleveland
will be the opponent of the World's
champions on all three occasions. June
23, August 31 and September 1.
Cleveland has been awarded the
greatest number of Sunday games 14.
Chicago. St. Louis, Philadelphia and
Boston have been given 13 Saturdays
each. Independence day games will be
played In Chicago. Cleveland. Washing
ton and Philadelphia. The Labor day
programme calls for games In St. Louis,
Detroit, Washington and New Tork,
Manager Evans Arranges Matches
Between Lightweight Stars for
Fistic Carnival at ElevenLh
Street Playhouse, Feb. 20. .
Walter Honey-man. chairman of the
Portland Boxing Commission, received
George Ingle's registration blank from
-eat tie yesterday. The Seattle bov
with the husky wallop adds in his let
ter that he will be in perfect physical
condition for his battle with Alex
Trambltas here on Wednesday. Feb
ruary 20, at the Eleventh-street Play
Trambltas stsrted active training
yesterday and after punching the bag
and skipping rope he took on Waiter
Knowiton, Mncent Montpier and Stan
icy Willis for two rounds anicce.
Bobby Evans, msnager and match
maker of the Pacific Athletic Clu
signed t red Gilbert, the Bend Bea
, to box v incent Montpier. forme
Multnomah Club 135-pound champion.
aioniy- win be outweighed by sev
eral pounds, but is confident that
will give a good account of himself
against. Gilbert. Evans now has hi
complete card arranged, as getting an
opponent for Montpier was the only
nitcn m the all-star bill of light
weights. Evans had been angling for
number of boy to meet Montnlc
Dut tney all wanted some of Bobby
diamonds set in a gold medal to box
the former Multnomah Club battle
Gilbert and Montpier should put up
This boy. Stanley 'Willis, who oris-.
nally hails from Detroit, but who has
aonmoet or his fighting In Penn
yivanla. winning the lightweight an
featherweight championship of that
late last year, is a regular whiz I
the ring. - Willie moves around some-
hing like Mike Gibbons In that he is
forever moving his head about an
making his opponent miss by a frac
tion of an inch. Bobby Evans pre
icts that he will be a sensation I
local boxing circles after his bout with
Willie St. Clair.
St. Clair Is no slouch In the ring an
ss a string 'of victories that is th
envy of many a mixer. Willie has
fought all kinds of boys and battle
from four to 20 rounds. He should
make Willis extend himself to beat
The fans will be In for a hot session
when Joe Gorman, the doughty little
Oakland battler, tangles with Toung
Sam Lang ford, the colored buzz boy
from San Francisco. Langford is mak-
ing 130 pounds for Gorman and the
bout is sure to be a hummer.
Frankie Rogers will come over from
Seattle with George Ingle and meet
Walter Knowiton, the fighting fire
man. One other bout will complete the
card, making; six fights on one bill.
Here's what the "Chi-
cago Apparel Gazette,"
a leading clothing pub
"Indications reflect that the
lines of men's clothing for Fall,
1918, will undoubtedly show the
most pronounced price advances
of any season since the war
started in 1914. The consumer,
next Fall, will for the first time
feel the full force of the wool
shortage and higher labor
tarrj and winning clufe
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VAXCOrVER. MXCKR TO DROP
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w eaters Trasa Leader.
After IS years cf experience as a
manager In the Northwestern League.
Bob Brown, president of the ancouver
baseball club, has announced hts retire
ment from the active work of directing
the Vancouver team and will confine
his baseball activities during the 191s
season to handling th business of club
president and walchlnz the games from
WUen the Vancouver contracts were
mailed last week. Brown announced, he
was dickering for a playing manager
to take charge of his club. This an
nouncement marked the passing of a
manager who holds In respect of thou
sands of fans In the Northwest. Brown
has given no Intimation as to whom he
js figuring on for the berth.
while Decoration day there will be
games at Detroit, Cleveland, Xew Tork
New York will piny two games at
Boston on Bunker Hill day, April 19.
The following table shows the num
ber of games each club will play on
Saturdays. Sundays and holidays, both
at borne and while abroad.
At Horn Abroad
Sat. tfun. Hoi. Sat. Sun. Hoi.
New York . .
Spider" Webb, one of the best 125
pounders in an Francisco, Is anxious
to make his debut in Portland and
would like to meet any boy that the
promoters will pick for him. Webb
has fought all of the good boys at his
weight and recently knocked out fehel
McCool. He has also fought Jimmy
Dundee to a standstill several times.
Webb would like to meet Weldon
Wing, Joe Gorman or Billy alaacott to
Jimmy Dundee, the Oakland boxer
who became well known to tne i-ort
land fistic followers by being put on
cards here several times and never
showing up. stepped In the ring on a
minute's notice in San Frsncisco the
other night and won a nlp-and-tuck
decision over Ted Meredith, the fast
colored lightweight. Meredith fought
here a number of times at the old Rose
City arena and several times at the
must be a real battler at that n ne
ran take on boys like Meredith, that
...ai.h- him a number of pounds,
and defeat them. Dundee waa barred
fr six months by the Portland Boxing
Commission for his failure to appear
here some time ago against, v-naiiw
Mov. His suspension will be up in a
couple of months and the local fans
mav vet get a chance to see the Oak-
lander whom they have heard so mucn
SMOKER CARD ARRANGED
MILITAKT FIGHT CAR VITAL
READY FOR GOXG.
SOCTH HOLLA DAY TAKES GAME
Holy Name Society Quintet Defeated
by Score of 25-0.
The South Holladay School basket
ball team defeated the Holy Name So
ciety quintet yesterday on Holladay's
floor, score L'5 to 0. King, of Holladay,
plsyed a great game for the winners
and scored 13 points. South Holladay
challenges any Sa-pound basketball
team In the city.
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Well-Knewa Portland Bsiers Will Give
Service. Free for Entertainment
f Soldier Fans.
Lieutenant Sheehy. regimental athlet
ic director of the new Army cantonment
at Vancouver, put In another busy day
vesterday completing arrangements for
the big military smoker at the Eleventh
street nlavhouse Saturday night. He
has a couple of dozen crack boxers from
all over the country stationed unaer
him that he has matched. In all there
will be eight or ten bouts on the card.
As special attractions Sheehy has ob
tained the services of several well
known Portland boxers gratis. Al Som-
mers. mtdaieweigni cnampion oi me
Northwest, will go three rounds with a
soldier pug by the name of Jim John
son: Abe Gordon will meet a bantam
from the cantonment by the name of
Tatro: Muff Bronson will step three
rounds with Joe Benjamin and several
other boys will go on over the three
The following soldier bouts nave
been lined up by Lieutenant Sheehy:
Private McCarty vs. Private Nelson, 115
pounds; Private Hoffman vs. Private
PraUee, 115 pounds: Private Paquette
vs. Private v amngion, jjj ihiuhub.
Private P.oselli vs. Private Dufrane, 135
pounds: Private Masslngill vs. Private
Stewart, 135 pounds: Private Day vs.
Privste Keating, Ha pounds; private
Parmer vs. Private Smith. 145 pounds:
Private Mabon vs. Private Edwards, 165
The two main events will be Al
Sommers vs. Private Jim Johnson and
Abe Gordon vs. Private Tetro. Both
bouts are billed as real battles and
Private Johnson will try and submarine
Al Sommers if he can.
All of the bouts on the card will go
three-minute rounds according; to the
new Army regulations.
Herman Politz Travels Today.
Herman Politz. well-known. Portland
baseball and fight fan. will leave today
for New York. Mr. Politz said yester
day he intended to take In all the big
fiehts In the East while he is in that
section of the country. He expects to
be unj auou.t a moulti ;
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CALL IT ANYTHING
but you can't escape what it means. I say,
entrench yourself NOW against the coming
advance by buying at my UPSTAIRS PRICES
on Men's and Young Men's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
$1S $20 $2S
It's your "short cut" to clothes conservation.
Put it in force today.
Save Your Dollars
Open Saturdap Until 8 P.M.
CMC. LOSES GAME
Franklin Winner in Close Con
PLAY IS FAST THROUGHOUT
Interscholastic Basket Tossers Put
Fp Great Exhibition of Ballplay--Ing
and Score Remains Close.
Until Final Whistle.
Interscholastic Basketball Standbies.
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Colombia 3 0 looo
Franklin 2 '
Washinaton 1 J -B'
Christian Brothers... 1 ; '"
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The pugnacious Franklin High School
basketball team won a hard-Iougnt
victory over the Christian .Brothers
Business College quintet by a score of
24 to 21, in the closest contested game
of the season, at the Washington High
gymnasium yesterday afternoon. One
of the largest crowds of the year was
on hand to witness the game and was
treated to a real spectacle. From the
first minute of play to the final whistle
both teams were fighting for the game.
With the score standing 12 all, with
one minute to play in tne ursi nan,
Thompson made two sensational bas
kets for Franklin, the first period end-
ng 16 to 12 in Franklin s favor.
After a few minutes or action in tne
second half Ryan, of the Christian
Brothers forwards, made the score 15
to IS by making three points on fouls
called on the Franklin team, ifrost,
the other C. B. forward, came through
with a basket, making the score 17 to
f for Christian Brothers. Another
basket by White and two more fouls
registered by Ryan put the Christian
Brothers in front wtth a 21-to-ib score.
Thompson, of Franklin, soon looped the
ball into the C. B. basket for two more
points, raising Franklin to 18 points.
Tucker, playing guard for Franklin,
then tore down the floor with the ball
nd arched the bill in perfectly, making
the score 20 to 21, Christian Brothers
favor. With four minutes to play, the
Franklin team dug in like army mules.
and Thompson clinched the game for
the Quakers by scoring another one of
is long shots, while Thomas, playing
guard, followed on his heels with an
ther basket, the game ending 24 to 21,
Thomas, ' Thompson and Tucker
tarred for Franklin and played a great
game, while Broet, white and Murphy
laved the best game for the losers.
esterday's game was one of the best
played this season In either Inter
The only marr on the contest was
when Referee Cregg banished Amburn,
of the Franklin team, for making a
ab at Murphy, one of the Christian
Brothers' guards. Murphy bumped
Amburn harder- than seemed necessary
a collission between the two, and
the Quaker baskettosser came back
with a straight left, and although he
missed Muryhy Cregg put him out of
the game and called a foul on Murphy
for bumping him.
This young Mrphy is a real basket
ball player and is playing a great
game at guard for the Christian Broth
Johnson ('-') ...
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running game In 63 Innings, while
George Hart won from M. Levin son
30 to 18 in 71 innings. The matches
were well attended.
BASEBALL WKITEKS GATHER
Xlnth Annual Meeting of Associa
tion Held In New York.
NEW TORK, Feb. 13. The ninth an
nual meeting of tne Baseball Writers
Association of America was held here
today and Joe S. Jackson, of Detroit,
was re-elected for the ninth consecu
tive term as president.
Jack Ryder, Cincinnati, was elected
vice-president; Joseph M. McCreedy,
Philadelphia, secretary-treasurer in
place of William G. Weart, Philadel
phia, who died recently.. I. F. San
born, Chicago; Ed Bangs, Cleveland;
Paul Shannon. Boston, and Sid Mercer,
Xew York, were elected as the board
Pheasants Are Plentiful.
Chlnse pheasants are now more plen
tiful in Eastern Oregon, particularly
in Union and Umatilla counties, than
they are in the Willamette Valley, ac
cording to William Li. Finley, State :
Biologist, who returned yesterday from
Walla Walla, where he represented tha
Oregon Fish and Game Commission at
a conference of county fish and game
wardens of Washington. Mr. Finley
encountered considerable opposition in
1912, when, as state game warden, he
proposed to stock Eastern Oregon
counties with these birds, because
many thought that they would not sur
vive the rigorous climate east of tha
OWNERS' NAMES MUST APPEAR
Horses to Be Entered by Real Pos
sessor in Future Is Rule.
XEW TORK, Feb. 13. All horses)
taking part in races under the auspices
of the National Trotting Association,
must in the future be entered in tha
names of their real owners and must
so appear in the entries, according to
amendments made to the association
ruling at its 13th annual meeting hers
A spool of cotton thread now costs
$4 in Germany.
Phone your want ads to The Orego-
nian. Main 7070, A 6095.
Christian B. (21 .
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Referee, Lea Cregg.
The High School of Commerce will
play James John at the Washington
gymnasium this afternoon. Commerce
tied for second place in League B,
ith Jefferson, and will try hard to
in over the St. Johns quintet today.
Washington will play Benson at the
Washington gyra Friday afternoon.
Three-Cnshion Stars Clash.
Two matches were . played in the
three-cushion billiard tournament for
he city championship at the Waldorf
Uiard Parlors last night. B. Cruik-
aiiaak defeated 3 fioodiaad 30 la
In the) e-larm b? 4
man. a clear, clean
skin s "good com
plexion" goes right
along with a keen
eye,' a frank, force-
ful countenance and
the smile' of good
nature that wins
confidence as a firsti
blood puts its marr
ing mark on a man's
j.av:o in a nx iioB
wt it - -1
scars, a J?uitjr V1
Takes out the impurities, tmclogs the channela
and sends the rich, red life fluid bounding through,
the veins and arteries giving evidence- of virila
vitality in a clean, clear skin. S. S. S. is a simple,
cure specific for 8kin troubles and the deeper
seated, -blood poisons and collateral ills such a3j
rheumatism, gout, catarrh, etc.
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Compounded of scientific, pharmaceutical decoo
tions from roots, herbs and barks ; no noxious or
deleterious ingredients. A harmless and helpful
tonic and blood-purifier, with a half-century reo
ord of merit behind it. you can get S. S. S. at
your drug store.
INTERESTING BOOKLET FREE
Our medical department has prepared an interest
ing booklet on skin troubles, which we will b
glad to $end you free on request. .Write for it
SW1TT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 105 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Oa.