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TTIE 3IORXIXG ORECONIAX, . FRIDAY, 3IAT 10, 1019.
If! OfJE BUST CANTO
Sixth Inning at Sacramento Is
Funeral for Senators.
CONTEST EVEN IN FIFTH
Pitchers' Good Work and Double
Plays Clock Scoring Save in Fatal
Pacific Coaet League Standinc.
W. L.. Pet. I Vv'. L. Pet.
I.os Ansel's L'4 14 .fi:!-'iSaIt Lake. .. 161S.471
an Kran... 'M 13 .(iO.'. St-ittle 14 19.41M
Oakland... ai 1.". .571 1 Vernon 1'! -') .'''
&acrarn'nto IS 17 .jl4, Portland ... . 12 22 .oD3
At Sacramento Portland 3. Sacramento 1.
At i-Jit Lake .Stattie 8. Salt Lake 7.
At Oakland Loa Anpeies 4. Oakland 1.
At Los Angeles rian Krancisco to, Ver
SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 15. (Spe
cial.) Portland made it two straight
today by taking Sacramento Into camp
5 to 1. Barring the sixth inning, the
game was a good baseball rontest, pe
culiar and weird in spots, but scintil
lating at times with brilliant play.
The game started out like a real bat
tle staged between pitchers. For four
innings neither side got a man as far
its second base, Prough holding the
Beavers to a lonely single, while two
one-spot swats were all the Senators
were able to pole off Jones' delivery.
In the fifth l'ortland got the first
run of the game. Maisel singled sharp
ly through short, and Walker sacrificed
him neatly to second. Farmer bounced
out. Plough to Griggs. Then Wisterzil
shot "a sharp one past Orr, and Maisel
ambled home ahead of the peg. Baker
flew to Pinclli.
Tallies Come In Bunch.
Sycrarrrtnto came right back in her
half of the same paragraph. Orr singled
to left and Rodgers, going out, Rader
to Blue, helped the Senator's shortfield
to the keystone. Fisher singled past
Siglin. and Orr came all of the way to
the plate, tieing the score. Prough
then hit to Kader. who tossed the ball
to Siglin, forcing Fisher, and I'addy
relayed to "Baby'' Blue, completing the
Came, then, the terrible sixth. Jones
opened by working Prough for a walk
Blue dropped one on the lawn for a sac
rifice, and l'inelli threw it away, Jones
going to third and "Baby" to second.
Siglin paddled a safe one over second
and both Jones and Blue reported home,
with two tallies. Kader singled to left.
Maisel hit to Prough and Kader was
forced at second. Walker hit to
r.odgers, who booted. Farmer singled
to right and Siglin and Maisel scored.
Scoring; Inda Abruptly.
Wisterzil took one in the slack of the
trousers and hobbled to first, Baker hit
to Prough, who tossed to Fisher, forc
ing Walker, and Gus completed the
double with a fast peg to Griggs.
From there on neither side scored.
Jones pitched effective ball through
out and was touched up for only four
Don Kader got in on two double
plays, one of them a thriller. It came
after Harry Wolter had singled, Griggs,
next' up, shot one almost over the bag
at second and Rader stabbed it with one
hand, running across the sack for the
putout, then shooting the sphere to
Blue. The score:
Portland I Sacramento
TMue.l.... S 1 014 OiPinolIi.3. . . 4 0 0 1 1
3 4IMld let n,l. 4 O 1 SO
1 7iKldred.m. . 3 0 0 0 0
3 0 Wolter.r.. . 4 0 1 U 0
1 OlrirlBga.l. .. 3 0 0 0 0
1 OlOrr.s 4 11 4 1
1 r.lP.odeers... 4 0 0 4 3
2 PFiHher.c... . 3 O 1 4 4
1 Ojproush.p. . 3 0 0 O 4
Salt Lake today 8 to 7. Dale, Salt
Lake's new pitcher, was taken out early
in the frame, while. Seattle replaced
Main with Bigbee after the Bees made
three runs in the sixth inning. Score:
Seattle Salt Lake
B R H O Al BRHOA
F'briq'e.3 4 112 0;Ma(rir't.m. 4 12 2 0
Ol'lim'n.l 5 O 0 5 0' Johnson. s. 4 012 1
CVgh'm.in 5 1 3 2 0 Mulvey.l.. 5 0 13 0
C'nipt ii.l. 5 3 3 3 1 Sheely.l.. 5 2 3 6 0
Harper.r. 4 2 2 6 l'Kumler.r. 5 12 4 0
Derrick. s 3 0 2 O 2;Krui?.2... 5 12 14
KnlRht.2 4 0 2 2 1 Smith. 3. .. 4 2 2 4 1
SrhAtiR.p. 4 O 0 7 0 Speneer.c. 3 O 1 5 2
Main, p. .. 2 O O 0 2 Iale.p.... 1 0 0 O O
LI f bee, p. 2 1 1 O OiStroud.p.. 2 0 O 0 2
Totals. 38 8 14 27 7! Totals. 38 7 14 27 10
Seattle 0 2 3 0 O O 0 2 1 8
Salt Lake 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 7
Error Smith. Home runs Smith. Sheely,
Harper. Three-base hit Compton. Two
bae hits Kabrique. Cunningham. 2; Mas
pert, 2: Rumler, 2; Krug. Sacrifice hits Kab
rique. AlaKSert. Stolen bases Johnson, Krujr.
Struck out by Dale, 1; by Stroud, 3; by
Main, 3: by Bipnee. 1. Bases on balls
off Stroud. 1; off Main, 2: or Blgrbee. 1.
Iouble plays Compton to Schang; Harper
to JJerrick; Smith to Johnson. Runs respon
sible for Dale, 4: Stroud. 3: Main, 5; Big
bee, 2. Credit victory to Bigbee. Charge
defeat to Stroud.
STEEX DEFEATED BY AXGELS
Oakland's Only Run Is Obtained in
OAKLAND, May 15. Bill Steen, for
mer pitcher for San Francisco, came
out of retirement today, and, hurling
for Oakland, lost to Los Angeles, 4 to 1.
Oakland's only run came in the sixth,
when Bohne doubled and came home on
Stumpfs sacrifice fly. Score:
Los Angeles I Oakland
Totals 32 4 10 27 101 Totals 2S 1 7 27 10
os Angeles 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 t
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Krrors Kenworthy, Pertica, Roche,
teen. Three-base h:ts. Murphy. Crawford.
Two-hase hits. Steen. Bohne, Pertica. Killi
fer. Sacrifice hits. Haney 2. Wilie, Pertica.
stumpl 2, Kenworthy. ases on nails, of!
Pertica 6. off Steen 4. Struck out. by Per-
ica 1, by Steen 2. Double plays. Pertica
l-'ournier. Haney to Kournier. Huns re
sponsible for, Pertica 1. Steen 3.
Cup for Linn High School Meet.
ALBANY, Or., May 15. (Special.)
The winning team in the Linn county
high school track and field meet here
next Saturday will receive a big cup
o be presented by the Albany chamber
of commerce. Virtually all of the high
schools of the county will take part in
his meet, which will be held on the
impus of Albany college, under the
direction of Professor R. W. McNeal,
track coach at the college.
Hcinic Scliunian In Good Shape.
TACOMA, Wash., May 15. (Special.)
Heinie Schuman, coast lightweight
champion, arrived in Tacoma today
from Cheyenne, Wyo., where he was
in an automobile accident last Sun
day. He wired his manager, Eddie
Marino, here that the injury would
not prevent aim doing battle with
Harry Anderson at Lethbrldge, Alberta,
on May 24. He will leave for Canada
A: 5 BASEBALL
Sii;lln,2. .. 5 12
Rader.s. . . 5 0 1
Maisel, m. . 4 2 1
Walker.r. . 3 0 1
Farmer,!.. 4 0 1
Wisterzil, U 3 0 2
Baker.c. . 4 0 0
Jones, p ... 310
Totals .30 5 8 27 17 Totals ..32 1 4 27 13
Portland 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 5
Sacramento 0 0 o 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Krrors: Slclin, Rader 2. Wisterzil, Pinelll
Orr . Rodffers. Prouch. stolen base: l'inelli
Sacrifice hit: Walker. Bases on balls: Jones
2, Prough 1. Struck out: by Jones 2. by
Prough 3. Hit by pitcher: Wisterzil by
Prouirh. Double plays: Kortjrers to Uriggs
Kader to Siglin to Blue; Prough to Fibher
to (iriggs. Kuns responsible lor: rougn
4. Lett on bases: l'ortland 0, Sacramento 2.
SAX FRA I CISCO BEATS TIGERS
Chadbournc's Homer, Scoring; Two
Ahead ot Him, Is Fruitless.
LOS ANGELES. May 15. Despite a
home run hit by Chadbourne in the
fifth inning, scoring Hosp, who had
walked, Mitchell, who had singled, and
himself, Vernon lost the game with
San Francisco here today. The score
was San Francisco 8, Vernon 5. Score:
San Francisco 1 Vernon
Schick, m 4 2 2 0 . OlMltchell. a 4 12 4 4
Fltzg'd, r 5 2 2 0 O'Chadb'e.m 5 2 3 3 0
Cav'n'y. 3 5 O 2 I 1 Kdjngt'n.l 4 O 1 4 0
Koerner. 15 0 1 13 0 Borton. 1. 4 O 1 7 0
Crand'l. 2 5 1 2 5 6 llosp. 2.. 5 12 4 3
l onn l y.l u 1 2 1, Heck. J.. 5 0 111
i'nrhan, 1 4 0 0 2 OKciger.r.. 4 0 0 1 0
Bald n, c 4 1 2 0 Devrm r.c 4 0 12 3
fcuaton, p 4 1 1 0 UiHouck, p. 4 12 0 1
Totals 41 8 1426 171 Totals 3 5 13t2B 10
Caveney out in third, hit by batted ball
iChadbcjrne out in first, bit by batted
San Francisco 20040200 0 8
Vernon 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 5
Errors. CrandaM. Seaton, Hosp, Devormer.
Ftoien base, Fitzgerald. Home run. Chad-
bourne. Two-base hits. Mitchell. Schick.
Crandall. Three-base hits. Schick. Hosp.
Base on balls, off Seaton 3, Houck 1. Struck
out. Dy Beaton 4, houck 2. Kuns responsible
lor. Houck o, seaton 4. Double plays, Mitch'
eil to Norton.
SEATTLE DEFEATS SALT LAKE
Dale, Bees' Xcw Pitcher, Is Removed
Early in Contest.
SALT LAKE CITT, May 15. Seattle
took the third game of the series with
Sixth and Burnside, in now
- 409 BURNSIDE
1 r:;' I
0 111 lMurphy.3. 3
0 12 0 Miiler.l...
0 0 6 1. Bohne. s.. 3
Oil O'Roche.l.. 2
0 10 4;stumpf.2. 1
0 11 0,Klliott.c. 4
1 2 2 5Steen,p... 4
MIXES SCHOOL DACE
Lincoln and Jefferson Teams
Tied at Present Time.
JAMES JOHN MAY FIGURE
National league Standincs.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
New York. . .12 4 .750'Plttsburir... . 7 8 .53S
Brooklyn ...It 4 ..Philadelphia 6 10.375
Cincinnati ..A- o .mi st. Louis.... 4 13.2:5
Chicago 8 8 .47iiBoston 2 10.167
American League Standbies.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Chicago 11 5 .SS'Washlngton. 6 8 .429
New York... 8 4 .00 1 ; Detroit 5 12 .24
Cleveland. . .11 6.647iSt. Louis.... 6 8.429
Boston 8 5 .t15iPhiladelphia 3 10 ,2UJ
llow the Series Stand.
At Sacramento. Portland 2 games. Sacra
mento 1 game; at Salt Lake. Salt Lake 2
games. Seattle 1 game: at San Fra-ncisco.
Oakland 2 games. Los Angeles 1 game; at
Los Angeles, san frranclsco J games, vernon
Where the Teams Play This Week.
Portland at Sacramento: Seattle at Salt
Idke; San Francisco vs. Vernon at Los An
geies; Los Angeles vs. Oakland at San Francisco.
Vliere the Team Play Next Week.
Portland at San Francisco: Seattle at Los
Angeles; Oakland at Salt Lake: Vernon at
Bearer Batting Averages.
AB. H. Ave.l AB. H. Ave
Baker Si: 34 .:s.VKoehler 53 12 .226
Siglin 1:2 41 .310 Blue 13:1 29 .21
ic 14 : .".s. Pennington 14 ft .214
Walker... P5 2i .27-1 PenTier. . . . 1! 4.210
Farmer ..136 .'10 .273, Maisel 33 1 .076
Wisterzil.. 41 11 .26S Jones 3 0 .000
Rader 30 8 .26iCooper. . . . 6 0 .000
Oldham ... 32 8 .2501
Leading Teams Seem Evenlx Fa
vored "VVitn Talent and Dope Is
Hard to Compute.
Interschnlutic League Standings.
W. L. Pct.t W. L. Pet.
Jefferson.. S 0 1.0001 James John. 1 2 .333
Lincoln.... 3 0 l.oooiCommrce. . 1 3 .20
Columbia.. 3 1 .750111111 1 4 .200
Franklin... 2 2 .50(Benson. . . .. 1 S .167
Washington 2 2 .500
Franklin vs. Commerce oa Multnomah
Owing to the postponement of the
Lincoln-James John game, scheduled
for yesterday afternoon, followers of
interscholastic baseball are anxiously
waiting for this game to bo played
off. This contest will be a big factor
in he race or the pennant. Lincoln
high school and Jefferson high are
now tied for the lead, and if any team
upsets the dope on the Kailsplitters
Coach Dewey's boys will have an uphill
fight for the championship.
When Jefferson meets Lincoln this
year the fans will be in line for one
of the hardest fought contests in the
history of the league. There always
have been strained relations between
these two institutions, and some good
games have been witnessed. Lincoln
beat the Democrats last season and
"Spec" Burke's boys are out for re
venge. Rollo Gray, who pitched against
the Cardinals then, is twirling for Jef
ferson again this year, and intends to
even up the score.
Jefferson Is Favored.
A comparison of the teams shows
that Jefferson has the advantage in
the catching department. Art Andrews
was the all-star selection last year and
looks good for another picking. Wil
fred Helmcke, doing the receiving for
the Kailsplitters, is a good man, but
has not had the experience of the Jef
In the pitching Jefferson again takes
the honor.. Gray is an experienced
man and has lots of "stuff." Kdwin
Anderson, the strikeout artist, will be
on hand to relieve Gray it that young
man should weaken. Dave Wright of
Lincoln is a good man, and with a little
more experience will help "Ad" Dewey
out of any trouble. One disadvantage
for Lincoln is that if Wright falls
through there is no one to take the
Cole la Strong Man.
First base will go to Lincoln, as
Irve Cole stands head and shoulders
over any other man in the league at
the first sack. "Red" Sullivan, Jef
ferson initial sacker, looks to be the
peer of those holding down the keystone.
Louis Coulter is the fastest man in
the league, and the way he steps
around the shortpatch for Jefferson is
Louis Gallo is a good third baseman
and is hitting in fine style this year.
Gallo adds to Dewey's strength.
The outfields of the two teams seem
to be on a par. "Spec" Hammett of
Jefferson, captain and center fielder,
will be back in his old stride when the
teams meet this year, and his trusty
bat will give the Kailsplitters some
thing to think about.
Saturday, May 17, Jefferson high
school will journey to St. Helens and
play the high school of that place.
Coach "Spec" Burke will take 20 men
with him. St. Helens has won the
lower Columbia championship, and a
good game Is expected. Edwin Leon
ard Anderson is billed to work in the
box for the Democrats, with Art An
drews as his battery mate. Veitler.
St. Helens twirler, who has made such
a great showing this season, will op
pose Anderson on the mound.
Ralph Schumacher. Benson Tech ath
lete, will not compete for a month or
so. v hue at his wo.-l: In school on
Wednesday afternoon a 200-pound cast
iron plate fell, striking him in the
heel. After having the Injury treated
at the office of Dr. Karl Smith, he was
taken to his home. -
Instead of bringing Arthur Tuck of
Redmond high school to compete
against some college man. followers of
the local track teams would like to
see him race against Louis Coulter
in the 100 and 20-yard dashes. Coul
ter makes a very capable man to run
against the Redmond marvel.
WASHEVGTOX WINS IX 15TII
Oregon Varsity Team Loses Long
Game AVIien Homer Is Hit.
SEATTLE, May 15. Pitcher Percy
Chamberlain's home-run hit in the 16tu
inning won a thrilling game for tho
University of Washington here today
against the University of Oregon, 10 to
R. H. E.IWash..... 10 19 6
Oregon.... 9 14 0 II. H. E.
Batteries Land and Wilson; Cham
berlain, Burke and Beem.
MULTNOMAH WINS MATCH
CLUB TAKES BOWXIXG HONORS
FROM IIOXEYMAX TEAM.
Victors Xow Busy Practicing for
Telegraphic Tourney AVliicU
Starts Next Monday. "
In the third of a series of bowling
matches rolled between the Honeyman
Hardware team and the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic club, the clubmen de
feated the hardware quintet by a score
of 2635 to 2371. This was the third
straight victory of the club over Hon
eyman. The match was rolled on the
East Side alleys.
The club won the series with a score
of 7774 as against 7316 for Honeyman,
a margin of 45S pins.
Geary was the high man for Honey
man, with an average of 202. He had a
high game of 222. Blair, captain of the
club team, had an average of 20S. He
rolled one game of 211 and two of 207.
Tonight the M. A. A. C. team will
meet the M. L. Kline team in a return
match. Total number of pins will count.
The game will be rolled on the club
Arthur Skinner, chairman of bowling
at the club, is keeping his team busy
in order that they may be in the best
possible condition for the ocean-to-ocean
telegraphic tournament to be
rolled on the club alleys Monday, May
19. at 7 o'clock.
The score of Wednesday's games
!. A. A. C.
152 10 1.V7
Ititi 17 ' 1'J
171 );o 1
ISO 1SS 14H
211 207 207
Honeyman Hardware Company
787 770 803
3 - COKXERED MEET WANTED
M. A. A. C. Coach Telegraphs Cali
fornia and Stanford.
George Phllbrook, coach of the Mult
nomah Amateur Athletic club track
squad, is anxioius to stage a triangular
meet between Multnomah club. Leland
Stanford university and the University
of California. His plan is to have the
two college teams stop off either on
their way to Seattle to attend the con
ference meet on May 31 or on the way
Philbrook telegraphed to athletic
heads at both California institutions
yesterday and looks for a reply this
Valley High School Games Listed.
ALBANY, Or.. May 15. (Special.)
The Albany high school baseball team
will meet two of the school's tradi
tional athletic rivals in the next two
weeks. Next Saturday it will go to
Salem to play the Salem high school
and on the Saturday following wilf
play the Eugene high school in this
All High Schools to Compete.
SEATTLE, May 16. Every Seattle
high school will send Its track and
field athletes to an all-city interscho
lastic meet to be held Saturday on the
University of Washington oval.
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YANKEES WIN FROM TIGERS
PECKIXPATJCn'S SINGLE AND
riiirrs' homer vital.
St. Louis Shuts Out Philadelphia,
Boston 'Wins From Chicago, and
Cleveland Beats Senators.
LJ .1-. IV Wl 1. , 1 1. J a v. . - ' v. .
its second victory from Detroit, 4-3,
tying tne score in tne cignm wim
single by Pecklnpaugh, followed by
Dhinnt' l-i r m a run nnri m xklnff the Win
ning run in the ninth on errors by
fieilmann, .tsusn ana Jones anu u. juh 1
fice by Reul. The score:
R. H.K. R.ILE.
New Tork.. 4 7 0Detroit ....3 7 5
Raitcriti Shiwksv and Reul:
Mitchell, Kallio and Ainsmlth.
St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 0.
ST. LOUIS, May 15. Shocker out
pitched Johnson and Philadelphia suf
fered another shutout at the hands of
St. Louis. 2 -to 0. The Athletics have
not crossed the plate in 27 innings. The
R. II. K.I Tt. H. B.
Phila'phia. .0 8 lSt. Louis 2 8 1
Batteries Johnson, Faircloth and
McAvoy; Shocker and Mayer.
Boston 6, Chicago 5.
CHICAGO. May 15. Boston won a
brilliantly fough. 12-inning contest
from Chicago. t to 5. Strunk's sacri
fice and Mclnnis' two-bagger scored
Barry, for the winning run in the 12th.
Bush, who started for Boston, was put
out of the game by Umpire Moriarlty
In the second inning. The score:
R. II. E. R. It. E.
Boston 6 15 OlChlcago 5 13 3
Batteries Bush. Kuth and Schang:
Williams. Kerr, Shellenback and Schalk;
Cleveland 6, Washington 3.
CLEVKLAXD, May 15. Cleveland de
feated Washington again today, 6 to 3.
Harper was hit hard throughout and
was also wild. Wambsganss made four
hits in four times up. The score:
R.ILE.I R.H. E.
Washir.gton.3 7 0Cleveland ..6 14 0
Batteries Harper, Thompson and
Picinlch; Enzmann. Covelcskie and
they served abroad or have been mus
tered out since the armistice. The final
selection will not be made until a few
days before the date of sailing.
Among the prominent college and
club athletea eligible are Wesley Osier.
Jr.; Larry Scudder, Bingo LMsmond,
Nick Giannokopoulos, W. II. Meanix.
Lieutenant Tom Lennon. George Bron
der, Carl Buck. Lieutenant J. Howard
Berry. Tom Campbell. Kred ravis. M.
CSustafson, Jamrs Henigan. Lieutenant
Harwood, Lieutenant Meridith House.
Lieutenant Fred Kelly. Clint Larson,
Lieutenant Jo Loo mis. James E. Mere
dith, Carl Rice. Lieutenant Robert
Simpson. C. J. Stout. William II. Taylor,
Elmer Smith, J. Organ, E. F. Jones.
K. Pollard. H. Kleinspchn. Charles
Shaw. Norman Ross, Ludy Langer and
PAL MOORE TO FICUT WILDE
American Bantamweight Signs for
Contest in London.
LONDON, May 15. It is definitely
announced that Pal Moore, the Ameri
can bantamweight, has accepted the
eras to . fight Jimmy Wilde, the
British flyweight champion. at the
Olympian In July. Moore was awarded
he decision over Wilde on points in
he boxing tournament held in London
BIG FIGHT PERMIT ISSUED
TWELVE -ROUND CONTEST TO
DECISION IS AUTHORIZED.
Toledo Ministerial Union Lodges
Formal Protest Against Fourth
of July Bout.
TOLEDO. May 15. Official sanction
for the heavyweight championship bat
tie between Jess Willard and Jack
Demnsey here July 4 was given by the
Toledo boxing commlrslon today, wnen
a permit was Issued to Ad Q. Thacher
and his brother, representing tne 10
leio Athletjc club. The permit calls
for a 12-round contest to a decision.
The actual construction of the arena.
whic". will have a srating capacity of
50.000 persons, was started today. Tex
Rickard, promoter of the contest, drove
the first half dozen spikes.
Formal protest against the fight was
filed tonig . with Mayor Schreiv.r by
the Toledo Ministerial union, an or
ganlzation of 2!V0 churches. Copies of
the protest were mailed to uovernor
Cox at Columbus and John t. Mathlas
sheriff of Lucas county. These officials
were asked to prevent the contest.
Dcmpr;y had not arrived late tonight.
ARMV WILL SEND ATDXETES
Team Will Represent XJ. S. at Games
in France Juno 2 2 to July 0.
NEW TORK. May 15. Plans rapidly
are being completed for the formation
of the team of army athletes to bo sent
from this country to augment the
American entries in the intcr-allicd
games to be held in France June 22 to
July 6. The team will leave about
June 9 and will complete training after
joining the main combination at Join
ville-le-Pont, near Paris, about a week
before the opening of the games.
Owing to the lack of time it will not
be possible to hold tryout meets as is
customary previous to Olympic games.
Instead, every army camp, student
corps and amateur athletic union dis
trict has been requested to name one
or more -:iib!es and from this rosier
a team of at lenst ') will be e,ecled
Privates and officers of the army o
S. A. T. C. meVi inducted into the army
are eligible, regardless ol wueiher
Communlty Sings Will Be Held.
As'a preliminary to' the Victory Rose
Festival the Portland Community Sing
ing association, of which J. P. Jaeger
Is president, has outlined a series of
community sings. The first will be
held in the auditoriums of the Wash
ington. Franklin. Jefferson and James
John high schools Tuesday evening.
May 20. Because Lincoln High school
auditorium will be occupied on that
evening the west side singing will be
held in the auditorium of the T. M.
GIANTS WIN EDM CUBS
NEW TORK SCORES FIVE) IICNS
OFF DOUGLAS IX THIRD.
.Vdaras Shuts Out Philadelphia, and
Pirates Win Cincinnati Defeats
Brooklyn, 10 to 0.
NEW TORK, May 15. Xcw TorX
made it three straight from Chicago,
winning by a score of 6 to 2. Causey
held the Cub batsmen in check. whl!
New York scored five runs off Douglas
in the third inning on three doubles
and three Chicago errors. Score:
R. II. E.I R.H. E.
Chicago. ...2 4 5;New Torlc...6 S 3
Batteries Douglas. Hendrix, Carter
and Killifer; Causey and McCarty,
Pittsburg 5, Philadelphia 0.
PHILADELPHIA. May 15. Adama
held Philadelphia to five singles, and
Pittsburg won. 5 to 0. The visitors
scored two in the second, when Wood
ward passed Mollwitz, who went to
third on Boeckel's single. Boeckel and
Mollwitz scored on Sicking's wild throir
home ot Schmidt's grounder. Score:
R. H. E l R. H. K.
Pittsburg.. .5 8 0;Philadelphia.O 5 t
Batteries Adams and Schmidt;
Woodward and Cady. Adams.
Bend Fire Insurance IW bated.
BEND, Or.. May 15. (Special.) Be
cause of a recent cleen-up campaign in
the business section of Bend, local mer
chants today received rebates on their
fire Insurance premiums running from
5 cents to $15. A much larger reduc
tion In rates, to Include the entire city.
Is expected with the Installation. In the
rear future, of modern fire equipment
fand a salaried fire department. Rates
in several sections of the city are at
present virtually prohibitive.
Phone your want ads to The Orego-
nian. Phone Main 7070. A 60?5.
Cincinnati 10, Brooklyn O.
BROOKLYN. May 15. Cincinnati de
feated Brooklyn, 10 to 0, in a 13-inning
battle. In the thirteenth inning Cln
cinati. aided by two errors, eight hits
and a pass scored ten runs. Eller has
pitched 22 successive innings without
being scored upon. Score:
R. H. K. R.H. E.
Cincinnati. 10 13 1, Brooklyn ... .0 0 X
Batteries Eller and Wingo; Mamaux
EOSTON. May 15. Boston-St, LouiJ
game postponed: cold weather.
Olcott to Speak Tomorrow.
Oovernor Olcott will discuss the re
construction measures to be voted upon,
at the special state election June 3.
in an address before the Oregon Civla
league tomorrow at the weekly lunch
eon at the Benson hotel. Eugene K
Smith and Oscar Home, members of
the legislature, will also be speakers
on the programme, "Oregon's Recon.
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