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TOTS MORNING OltEGONIAN SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1918.
OFF FOB VICTORIA
Seven Portland Stars to Rep
resent Winged 'NT in North
v west Championships.
FAST EVENTS ARE SLATED
Contestants Are Xnmbered Among
, Beet In Thi Vicinity and Expect
to Bring Back Their Share
of the Wlnnlns.
Jack Cody, swimming- Instructor of
Multnomah Club, spent yesterday fore
noon lining- up the serea swimmers
who will represent the Winged "M in
stitution In tne Wclflo Northwest
championship In Victoria tomorrow.
Those who will swim for the clob are:
Myron Wilsey. Locke Webster. H. w.
Buckland. O. J. Hob ford. Happy Keuhn.
Thelma Payne and Constance Meyer.
The contestants, accompanied by Mr.
Cody, left for Seattle yesterday after-
noon at 4 o'clock. They had planned to
leave at 11 o'clock last night, but Mr.
Cody received a telegram from the offi
cials of the meet In Victoria yesterday
morning- that unless the Multnomah
Club swimmers managed to board the
American-owned steamer learing from
Seattle to Victoria last night they
would be nnable to make connections,
fut Eveats Seaetnled.
Had Mr. Cody and his swimmers
missed the boat in Seattle last night It
would have been likely that Multno
mah Club would not be represented in
the Pacific Northwest championships,
for the first time in many years. But
It Is taken for granted that Dauntless
Jack and bis troup of champions are
sow hale and hearty and looking Victo
ria over from the waterfront.
The five men and two women who
will try to bring honor to themselves
and M. A. A. C are the best In this neck
of the woods and are bound to capture
their share of the events. Buckland
and Wilsey will swim the sprints; Hos
t ord and Wilsey, the distance; Webster,
the back stroke and plunge for dls-1
tance, and Happy Kuehn will try for
the mens fancy diving title. Mlsa
Thelma Payne, women's National dlv
Ing champion, and Mrs. Constance
Meyer, former women's National diving
titleholder, will enter the women s dlv
Ing events, of which there will be sev
Frank E. Watklns, prominent In all
athletic circles at Multnomah Clnb and
Portland in general, accompanied Cody
ana the swimmers.
Sevea Portlaeders im Oesspeca.
The seven mermen and mermaids
fcava been training under the watchful
eye or Instructor Jack Cody for the
past four months in preparation for the
Pacific Northwest championship meet
at Victoria. The meet Is being staged
under the auspices of the Island Atb
Following Is the programme of
not accommodate Prexy Bay and make
the trip to Portland.
There will be a game at Vaughn
street this afternoon, Cornfoot facing
a crack team from the Vancouver Bar
racks, composed of stars from several
Eastern and Middle Western leagues.
The soldiers have been winning with
regularity and are considered to have
an equal chance ox aeieattng tne corn
President Bay tried again yesterday
to get in touch with Eddie Peterson,
manager of the Staadlfer team, and see
if there was a possibility of standlfer
getting together with Cornfoot this
afternoon, but he was unable to get
hold of Peterson or anyone connected i
with the Standlfer ball club. In a state,
ment last night President Bay said that I
the Staadlfer team would have to playl
their postponed game with Cornfoot on
some night next week before Saturday,
or it la likely that they win nave to
forfeit the contest. Mccormick ana
Cornfoot are billed to play oft their
game next Saturday.
GOBS TAKE FINAL GAME
BOXER OFFERS TO
HELP AT BENEFIT
"Sailor" George Brandon
Crack Bantamweight, Here
on Ten-Day Furlough.
MANY STARS IN U. S. NAVY
ICTKTH-IXjaKa'RALIr RESTTLTS 1ST
DEFEAT OP. GIANTS.
Mare Island Training School Lures
Fast Men From All Over Country,
Visitor to Meet Danny Ed
wards in California,
National Learae) Leaders Agala Are
Tea and Oae-HaU Games Ahead
la Race fo Peasant.
CHICAGO. Anr. IS. Causey weak
ened in the ninth inning today and
"Sailor" George Brandon. Portland'
leading bantamweight and one of the
best men at his weight on the Pacific
Coast, is one of the first Portland box
ers to come forward and offer his serv
ices for any benefit that is held in
Portland for any fund. Brandon is
here on a 10-day furlough and when
Chicago put" over a ninVb'-inning aU fd in the paper, of the proposed
which gave them a.J-to-J victory over benefits for Portland for various funds
New York In the final game of the
series and now lead by 10 games
in the nennant race. Score:
R. ti. t-. xw XI. Hi.
New York..! 9 JlChicago. . . .1 8 1
Batteries Causey and Rariden;
Douglas, Martin and C-'FarrelL
Boston 5, Pittsburg 0.
he at once said that he did not want
to be left out and wants the fans to
know that he is always ready to box at
benefits at any time.
Brandon, is stationed at the radio
school at Mare Island and is now
first-class seaman with rating. He has
been boxing on the average of three
and four times a week in San Fran
Cisco, Oakland and at service smokers
at Mare Island and Goat Island. Sailor
TT'i"pim I ita Inr !f.Tha Boston
Braves made their last appearance of Frank Kirk, the former Denver boxer,
the season here today, defeating Pitts- s instructor at aura xaianu uu bi.u
hnn E to A Erara' I uon spenas a gooa aeai oi ms umn u'
01 . 1 i i t-l-l- - 1w ,aJ hi.
t-.m. k K i nihtin s s 4 1 nose Droaen wnue snowing uig xij
Batteries Northrop and Wagner; pounaer ironi xexas ins Bmo
Hill and Schmidt, Smith.'
Cincinnati 8, Philadelphia 7.
CINCINNATI. Aug. ty Cincinnati
beat Philadelphia by a score of 1 to T I
here today. Score:
R. H. r-i . n. js.
Phi la 7 II 2Cincrnnatl..J 10 0 1
Batteries Prendergast. Jacobs ana
Adams; Luque and Wingo, Archer.
S TRUNK AJTD RUTH SAVE
60-ymrd dash for mn.
SOfl-rard swim, try atria, msa.
. Planes for distance, mea,
. Soo-ysrd swim. rr style, mesv
0-rArd dash, toniw.
JOO-yard dash. men.
Fancy divine. 10-foot board, mas.
44-yard bnut stroke, rasa.
. Fancy divine. 10-foot board, woman.
Kancy Man divine. 27-foot platform, man.
Ao-yard back stroke, men.
water polo sama for Northwest champlaav
a a a
Eddie Cunha, brother of George Con-
na. world s champion swimmer. Is now
la Ban Francisco attending the Gov
eminent Navigation School at Berke
ley. He Is preparing himself for
deck officership in the United States
merchant marine. Cunha arrived la
San Francisco from his home In Hono
lulu last week. While attending Berke
ley he will appear In competition at
jseptone Beach. He participated In a
35-yard dash with a number of crack
swimmers at the Beach r-sort last Sun
day, making good time.
Mrs. Letts Not to Play.
CHICAGO. Aug. 23--Mrs. Frederick
C. Letts. Jr.. will not defend her title
in the v esteru women's a-olf Cham
pionship tournament, it was announced
tonight, because her duties In Wash
ington will prevent her from compet
ing. The tournament will open at the
Indian Hill course here Monday.
BALL- SCHEDULE UPSET
PREVIOCSLY ARRANGED CASTE A2TD
Cornfoot Nlae ta Fare Crack Tea
Frra Vaacoaver Barracks mm
I Vaagha Groaaaa Today.
Because of a previonsly scheduled
game for todsy with the Rogers team,
of Astoria, the McCormick ehipbullders
will be unable to tangle with Pearle
Casey's Cornfoot outfit on the Vaughn
street lot this afternoon. Cornfoot was
originally scheduled to play Standlfer
today, but as the Standifer men are
working this afternoon, it was impos
sible for them to play.
President F-ed N. Bay then got in
touch with Eddie Mensor and wanted
tils-consent to let McCormick play off
their postponed game with Cornfoot
today, but as Mensor had already made
an agreement to meet the champions
of the Lower Columbia Shipullders
Lfirns In Pt. HHn todsy. he could
The National Smoke
Better tian most 10-centers
J. m. SMITH CO- Distributors.
thinking of undergoing another opera
tlon on it.
There are any-number or crack box
ers in the Navy at Mare faland from
all over the country. Jimmy JJuriy,
the fast Oakland boy, enlisted several
weeks ago and is getting along fa
mously In the service. The other night
Duffy boxed at a service smoker an
knocked out two men in succession,
both within the space of five minutes.
As soon as Brandon gets back to
BOX California he is going to meet Danny
Edwards in a return match and is con
flilsnl that hat will halt tha shift? little
Double Steal Is Worked and Boston negro who won a decision over him in
. - , -r i I San Francisco -several weeks ago,
" na axuo m - Geor,,e s planning on going up to
T-vcTrvr Ab- is With two tmt in Bremerton. Wash- and visit one oi ni
,.i nt tha ninth- Ktrunlr on I Oiaer Drotners. wno is auo u im
..t,a .-d nth an firat. these two and will probably leave for the north
M-irmA a Hauhla steal and I tomorrow. He has been meeting ail
S trunk scored with the winning run, of his oia friends the past few days
( to S. on Catcher Serverlede poor ana naving tne uran oi nis ma
. v. ... .tm TtHa ra Rnntan
a t.r in I Jack Wagner, the aggressive Port
.T- ,.f of -,!,. land lightweight, who put up a num
" " . - . i ... nri..
T II tt I - R. H. K. per oi Kroai oaiura ucit i. jum.
St Louts... t HBoston 6 1 Planning on oomg as muca ooijub
Batteries Wright. HoucK ana seve- powium m x
retd; Jones and Agnew. v '"""'"s- . . t ,
TTttKUcr lib eo aiaiav-
Chicago , Philadelphia 5. . - b ra,.orda
TtTTT.ATVRT:PTTTA Anr. tl fhlcaro of any boy in this part of the country.
won in 11 Innings today, 6 to 6. Ed- He has fought a number of 10-round
die Murphy scored two runs, helped a I mills and is going to try some of the
third around with a sacrifice ana drove long-aiBtance oouts again inia seuon.
In the other three, Including the win-1 Wagner Is a member of the city flre-
nlng run. Score: I lignung lorce ana is mamea. navug
R. n. xS.1 xt. xd. JO. I on cniio.
... 14 OlPhlla, a II 4
Batteries Shellenbaca, Daniortn
and Jacobs; Johnson, Psrry and Mo
Cleveland 6, Washington 2.
WASHINGTON, Ang. IX. Cleveland
aworad six runs In tha eighth, inning
of todays game with Washington and I is training hard for the match and ex
won, to J. Score:
Claire "Kid" Bromeo has elgned ar
tides to box Soldier Eddie Hagerty
six three-minute rounds at Newport,
Or- a week from Saturday. The Show
was originally scheduled for Labor day,
but Athletic Director Robert Krohn
decided to set it ahead for Saturday
night instead of Labor day. Bromeo
pecta to defeat Hagerty.
GORDON TO BOX AT BUTTE
ACCIDENTS MAR RAGE
Cleveland.. 0 1 Washington-.! 9 2
Batteries Coveleskle, Ensman ana
O'Neill; Ay.rs, Matteson and Ainsmlth. Urt.n,, of PaclfIc coast
to Meet US-Pound Boy
Abe Gordon, flyweight champion of
the Pacific Coast, who recently returned
to his home in Butte, will fight -in that
city on Labor day. The clever little
OP THEIR SULKIES. - I Jimmy Jonea They will box In an eight
round semi-windup of an all-star card
being staged by a group of prominent
Montana sportsmen, who are deter
mined that they see their share of good
boxing bouts. Battling Ortega, the
Oakland middleweight, will meet one
of the best men In the county in the
main event which is scheduled to go
Young Gordon mentions In a recent
letter to his brother here, Hyman Gor
don, that the show will draw over $3000
Labor day and that all of the reserved
seats are already spoken for. The top
price is 15,
CLUB ANGLERS REACH TACOMA
Ssurprtse of Iay at Graad Ctrewlt Meet
Oeeara When La Frlicetaa
Wins Free-for-AU Trot.
POTJGHKEEPSIE. N. T- Aug. .
Two accidents occurred today, the get
away day of the Poughkeepsie grand
circuit meeting. In the first heat of
the 2:08 trot. Gentry C, driven by
Geera. caught his' hoof In a boot com
ing down the home stretch, throwing
Geers out. The sulky wheel of Opera
Express ran over the fallen driver.
and Fleming also was thrown out, Multnomah Fly Casters to Compete
wnue xieue bianiora coiuaea witn
Fleming's sulky and Halstead was
thrown. Drivers and horses escaped
Kelly De Forest won the heat, but
Opera Express took the next two and
the race, beating Lord Stout by a head
In the final heat. Best time. 2:08tt.
The second accident of the day oc
curred In the iree-lor-au trot, when
Lu Princeton defeated St. Frisco. The
Geers horse won the first heat handily
In 2:03. but went to a break on the
first turn in the second heat. Lu
Princeton also made a break but
caught quickly, and St. Frisco could
In Tournament Today, Sunday.
TACOMA, Wash.. Aug. 23. (Special.)
The Multnomah Anglers' Club dele
gation arrived from Portland this
morning and is ready to participate In
the fly casters' tournament, which Is
to be held at Point Defiance Park Sat
urday and Sunday under the auspices
of the Tacoma Club. This is a Pacific
Northwest event and an annual meet
ing. Among those who arrived from
W. Backus, Dr. E. C McFarland, Ray
Winters, William Kiser, Jim Morris
and Jack Herman. Mrs, McFarland
never resch him. The time again was I accompanied her husband.
2:01. Lu Princeton won the third
heat by a neck In 2:05.
The 2:20 trot was easy for the S-
year-old trotter, Davis Guy, driven
by Tommy Murphy. Best time, 2:08 "4.
The 2:11 pace went to Baron Wood.
Budllght winning the first heat. Best I
2:08 trottlns. pars 81000. three heats
Opera Express (Klemlns) ft 1 1
Kelly de Forest (Murphy) 1 8 4
Lord Stout A. Stout) 2 2 2
Gentry C. (Gears and Walker) 4 8
Legal W. (Cox I 2 6 6
Delle Stanford also started.
Time 2:10, 2:08. 2:10.
Free-for-all trot. nurse 81S00. three
Lu Princeton (Cox) 2 1 I
St. Frisco (Geers) 1 2 2
Time Z:03, 2:03. 3:05.
2:20 trottmr. purse 81000. three heats-
David Guy (Murphy) 1 1 1
Anna Malonev (Deveson) 3 2 t
Marion Toddlnstoa (C. J. Smith).... 8 8 2
Joseoh Guy (Hyde) S 4 8
Ortvls (Halstead) 7 a 4
Tana's Hall and Nay Coy also started.
Time 2:10. 2:084. 2:08.
2:11 pace, puree 81000. three haate
Biron Wool (ValtnUMI... 2 1 1
Podlisht (Murphy) 1 S 2
Mittle Dedworth (J. Smith).. 3 4 4
Helen March (Small) S T 8
Minor Hai (Hubbard) S 8
Esther R-. violet Patch. Lady Gamase and
William Patch also started.
Time Z:OT. Z:04. 2:OT.
W. U Peel TV. 1 Pet.
Bostoe... 69 T .SSChlcaire 55 60 .478
leveland.. 63 61 JS75FL Loule.... 53 SS .477
Waahlnrtoa M .442 Philadelphia 48 63.414
NawTork.. SS ad .47 .Detroit 41 64 AW
Chleaso. .... 76 40 .S5rRrooJyn.... 88 62 .41
ewYors.. 5 oe .6s Philadelphia 4? 69 .421
Pittsburg... 62 55 .530 St. Louis.. 44 60.411
Cincinnati.. 54 .16,Bosl.oa... 48 T8 .883
The Multnomah Anglers won seven
of the eight events at Seattle last year.
Portland will make a bid for the 191
OREGON LETTER MKX WANTED
M. C. A., Through University of
Chicago Men, Sends Out Call.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
Corvallls, Aug. 22. (Special.) Oregon
Agricultural College letter r men are
wanted by A. A. Stagg, head of phys
ical education work at the University
of Chicago and chairman of the West
ern recruiting committee of the Na
tional war council of the Young Men's
Christian Association for overseas ath
letic and recreational work.
Only men who would be mentally.
morally and physically fitted are de
sired. Graduates interested are re
quested to write President Kerr or to
Professor Stagg direct.
Deacon White's Nine Wins.
Deacon White, well known among
baseball fans in the Northwest and in
Canada as a player, manager and pro
moter wno. though American born
went overseas with the Canadian forces
in 1915, recently led his team, the 7th
Engineers, to a brilliant victory over
the Division Ammunition Column In the
deciding game for the championship of
the Canadian League in France. The
game went eleven innings before the
Engineers won out and was witnessed
by nearly 50.000 soldiers of all nations.
More than 600 women applied for
the nurses' training cam at Vassar
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FIJTAI, ROUND OF TBX1CIS CTJP SIX.
GLES IS PLAYED.
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Finals ta Doubles will Be Played on
Bleadow Clob Courts Saturday.
Richards and Tlldea Lead.
SOUTHAMPTON. N. Y, Anr. 23.
William T. TUden IL of Philadelphia,
and T. B. Pell, of New York, won their
Dlaces In the final round of the tennis
cup singles on the turf courts of the
Meadow Club here today.
Tilden. the National clay court cham
pion, smothered R. Llndley Murray by
vigorous net attacK in tneir semi
final, 6-3. 6-1; Pell defeated W. T.
Hayes, the Westerner who beat Ichlya
Kumagrae, the Japanese, yesteraay.
The score was 6-J. 7-5.
Tilden duplicated his score of the
morning by winning his way In the
afternoon to the final of the doubles.
He was paired with Vincent Richards.
who holds the National aouoies cnam
DionshiD with him.
The nair defeated sergeant iaroia a.
Throckmorton and Walter Merrill Hall,
3. 6-4. Walter T. Hayes and Ralph
H. Burdlck, the Western doubles cham
pions, of Chicago, won the other semi
final battle. They made a poor start.
losing their first set to Murray and Pell
before they got their loo ana rouey
tactics working smoothly.
The score was z-6, e-. 7-e. xne
finals will be decided tomorrow.
The scores of the late matches fol
Kudo Club cud. men's doubles, second
round William T. Tlldsn,, II. and Vincent
Richards defeated Conrad B. Doyle and
Lieutenant William A, HorreU. 6-8, 9-4;
Sergeant Harold A. Throckmorton and Wal-
Merrill Uau oexeatea s. JLasmo ana. ur
Emermon S-4. S-2: Walter Thayer, and
Ralph H. Burdlck defeated I. Kumasas and
Harold A. Taylor, e-2, 6-1: Robert Lfndley
urray and Theodora R. feu aeieatea nenry
CBoyle and Alexander iter, e-z. s-4.
Semi-final round Tilden and Richards de
feated Throckmorton and Hall. 6-3. 6-4;
Hayes and Burdlck defeated iforray and
Pell, 2-6, 6-4, T-5.
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