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THE MORNING OKEGOXIAX, FRIDAY, JUNE 13. 1919.
SALT LAKE HURLERS
EASY FOR PORTLAND
Beavers Win Eight-Inning Con
test, 10 to 2.
HARD HITTING IS FEATURE
Walkrr and Cox Star for locals.
Getting Throe Smashes in
Foar Times at Bat.
Pacific Coast League Standing.
W.Li. Pet. i W.I... Pet.
Ts AnKeles..43 23 .fin: Salt I-ake 'J9 JO .5UO
Pan Fran'co.36 31 .f.37;Saoramer.to .27 33 ,4..o
Oakland 33 'J9 .522. Portland 24 34.414
Vernon 31 30 .SU8(Seattle 22 3ti .37U
Portland Portland 10, Salt Lake 2, called
ihth inning, darkness;
Seattle Seattle 7, Sacramento 8. 1
Kan Francisco San Francisco 4. Vernon 3.
IjOs Angeles Oakland 7, Los Angeles 4.
Because of threatening weather and
darkness Umpire Pearl Casey called
yesterday's game between Salt Lake
and Portland in the eighth inning, the
Beavers taking the contest, 10 to 2.
"Walt McCredie's valiant pastimers
slammed the ball all over the lot. nick
ing the offerings of Dale and Mains for
3 6 hits during the battle. Ken Pen
ner, on the mound for Portland, was
touched for eight hits, but kept them
The Beavers started off like a win
ning combination in the first frame
when Walker's wallop over second
base brought in Kader and Maisel.
Don Rader stepped up to the rubber
and rapped out a single as a staxter of
a perfect contest for Portland. Wis
terzil grounded out, Dale to Sheeley.
Blue flew out to right. Maisel walked
and Paddy Siglin singled through third.
Walker put himself in solid when he
delivered a hit over second, bringing
in Rader and Maisel.
Salt Lake evened up the score in the
third inning, but the Beavers came
back in the fourth and scored two
more runs, doubles by Walker and Cox
helping put the tallies over.
In the fifth inning the Beavers put
five men over the rubber. Wisterzil
grounded out to first. Blue was hit by
a. pitched ball and ambled down to the
first sack. Maisel drew his second
walk of the game. Blue going to sec
ond. Siglin singled through third, fill
ing the bases. Walker followed Maisel
to the plate and walloped out his third
straight hit, a long fly to right field,
"bringing in Blue and Maisel, Siglin ad
vancing to -second and then to third.
Walker started on to second and was
nearly caught on a throw from right,
but Siglin started on home and the ball
was relayed to Spencer, who tagged
Paddy coming in, with Walker resting
safely on second. Del Baker singled
to left, scoring Walker. Cox hit
through third and Ken Penner doubled,
Two more runs in the sixth inning
gave the Beavers a total of 10.
Walker and Cox were there with the
"big stick, each getting three hits in
four times up. Kader was good for
two out of three times at bat. while
Paddy Siglin garnered two in two
times up. Score:
Salt Lake 1 Portland
Mag'rt.ra 3 12 3 OIRador.s. 3 12 12
Johns'n.s 2 0 0 0 nl Wist'zil.3. 4 0 0 4 1
Mulvey.l. 4 0 1 2 0Blue,m,l. 4 118 0
Sheely.l. 4 0 1 7 2 .laia'1.2.m ."i ;i 1 1 4
Rumfr.r. 4 0 12 21Sislin.2. .. 2 12 10
Krup.2.. 4 0 11 uValker.l. 4 2 3 10
Ml g n,g,3 4 0 1 2 2!Baker,c. 4 1 2 fl
Spencer.c 3 0 13 IK'ox.r 4 13 10
Tale.p... 2 1 0 0 2;Penner,p. 3 0 2 0 0
Smith, 3.. 2 0 0 1 2jKoehier,l 0 0 0 2 0
Mains, p.. - O 0 0 o
Tota.ls.34 2 8 21 19 Totals ...31 10 16 24 1.1
Fait Lake 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
Portland 2 0 0 2 4 2 0 10
raned in eipntn, aurnness.
Errors, Rader 2. Siglin 1. Struck out. by
rennfr 4. j-tases on Dalis. off Iale 4, Mains
a, Fenncr 'Z. V wo-base hits, Sneelv, Krug.
Walker. Cox. Penner, Baker, Spencer. Home
run. MajfKert. Double plays, Rumler to
Sheely, Siglin to Rader to Blue. Sacrifice hit
Wisterzil. Stolen bases. Walker. Rader 2
fox. Blue, Maisel. Hit by pitched ball. Blue
"by Mains. Innincs Ditched, bv T:io n 1 i
runs 3. hits 0. at bat 13. Runs responsible
jor, jLaie .Mains t. fenner I. Charge defeat
to Dale. Time, Umpires, Casey and
SACRAMEXTO LOSES GAME, 8-7
fi-eattle Scores Five Runs in IXinth
Inning Batting Rally.
SbATTLK, June 12. In one of the
snost sensational ninth inning rallies
ever seen in baseba.li here, Seattle to
day scored five runs and nosed out
faacraroento for the game, 8 to 7. Comp
ton's single, with two men on bases
"brought over the final winning run
today's game with Los Angeles here,
which, with an error, brought in three
runs, breaking up the longest game of
the Pacific coast league this season
with the visitors the winners, 7 to 4.
Lane. 1 . . .
Roc he, 1 . .
B R- H O Ai
Wares. 2.. 6 O
Mitze.c. .. 5
1 Kil'fer.m. 9
4 OlF'mier.l 3
:;; oicvwford.r 7
5 O'K'nw'hy.2 8
8 RKlIis.l 8
2 "Niehoff.3. 7
0 2'Bassler.c. 8
0 0 Bates. 1... 3
O O'Crandall.p 1
0 llHaneyt . .. 0
(Caldera. p. 0
Total. 63 7 1 57 2fil Total.. 06 4 17 57 32
Batted for Falkenburg in eighth,
TRan for Bohne in eighth.'
JRan for Crandall in eighteenth.
Oakland. .. 010000020000000001 3 7
L. Anseles 101000100000060001 0 4
Errors. Lane. Roche. Fabrique. Foumier.
Kenworthy 2. Bassler. Caldera. Stolen bases.
Lane 2, KJllefer. Three -base hit. Bassler.
Fittery, A. Arlett, Killefer. Two-base hits.
Mitz, Foumier, Iane, Rotrhe. Sacrifice hits.
Foumier, Wares 2. A. Arlett. Cooper, Stumpf
2. Mitze, Xiehoff, Fabnque 2, Wtlie, Kramer.
Fittery. Bases on balls, off Fittery 7. off
Falkenburjr 3. off Kramer 3. Struck out. by
Fittery 5, by Falkenburs 1. by Kramer 5, by
Caldera L Innings pitched by Falkenburg
7. by Kramer 12, by Fittery 17 1-3. by Cran
riall 2-3. by Caldera 1. Runs responsible for.
P'ittery 3, Falkenburg 3. Kramer 1, Caldera
2. Double plays. Baasler to Fabrique, Nle
hoff to Ken worthy to Foumier, Stumpf to
Wares to Roche. Credit victory to Kra
mer. Charge defeat to Caldera,
TUCK, STAR ATHLETE,
ARRIVES FOR MEET
Redmond Boy in Excellent Con
dition for Big Event.
Sounding: the Sport Reveille.
Loyola college, Baltimore, has booked
a baseball game with Yale for January
California appropriated $60,000 for
county and district fairs for the next
Eight champions and a total of over
500 athletes competed in the 43d an-
ual eastern colegiate track and field
New York city and vicinity boasts
athletic branches in 205 schools, which
ave 341 clubs and 57,480 active girl
embers participating in the regular
system of instruction.
The Canadian Tennis association, at
recent meeting, followed the lead of
the French, British and United States
associations in barring all German en
trants from their play.
The Rev. James A. O'Donnell, as-
stant rector of the Roman Catholic
church. Orange, N. J., baa been named
inspector of boxing of the New Jersey
Addison E. Bancroft, of the Cor-
nthian Yacht club, Essington, Pa., has
een actively engaged in aquatics for
4 years. He is secretary-treasurer of
the Corinthian club.
The champion Bethlehem Steel com
pany s soccer team in its six years
xistence took part in 182 games, lost
ight and tied 16 times. They scored
749 goals against 124 for opponents.
E. J. Tranter, recently appointed ex
port agent of the National Trotting
association, says it costs from $150 to
200 to ship a horse to England on
boats, which, before the war, were
available at $35 a horse.
National Ieague Standings.
W L Pct. W L Prt
ew Tork.. 27 12 .602 Pittsburg ...21 21 .500
incinnati . .zz.i i .oniiac. jjouis. . . .i as .433
hicago . . . .24 in .o i l.rnll adelphia, 15 23 .395
Brooklyn . .20 23 ,4b5;Boston 14 2G .350
American Jeagoe standings.
Chicago 27 14 .6n!i;Boston 17 19 .472
New York . .35 12 .667tDetroit 18 21.402
Cleveland ..24 13 .62ri Washington .13 25.342
St. Louis . . . l'J a .ouuit-niiaaeipnia .250
How the series Stands.
At Portland 2 frames, Salt Lake no frames:
t Seattle 2 games, Sacramento 1 game: at
San Francisco 2 games. Vernon 1 game; at
Los Angeles l game. uaKiana - games.
Where the yearns -Play This Week.
salt Lake at Portland. Sacramento at
Seattle, Vernon at San Francisco, Oakland
at Los Angeles.
Where the Team Play Next Week.
Portland vs. Oakland at San Francisco,
Rosttrle vs. Vernon at Los Angeles. San
Francisco at Sacramento, Los Angeles at
Beaver Batting Averages.
AB. K. Av. AB. H. Av
.. 55 18 .377iKoehler .. 73 19 .29
Baker 152 45 .SOOlSutherld .. 10 2 .200
Wisterzil .132 37 .L'HOiMaisel ....102 23 .225
Siglin 217 60 .277 Penner ... 40 9 .225
Walker -.175 50 .2R6 Penningfn 23 3 .130
Rader 130 34 .262 Fallentirie 7 1 .142
Blue 223 57 .''; Jones 22 0 .000
mer ..i4J rft .-'.!
OX U4 3vS .-bUl
B R H
Tinelli.3. 4 1
Orl ces. 1 .
Orr.2. . . ,
; K nicht.2 .
2 French. s.
0 Lapan.c. .
0 Mails. p. .
I Thomas, t
R H O A
2 2 2 1
0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
. Totals 7 11 25 Si Totals 35 8 9 27 13
vne out wnpn winning run scored.
tRatted for Mails in ninth.
Mcraraento 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 7
Seattle o 1 0 O 0 0 1 1 5 S
errors, w oiter Lapan. Struck out. bv
.Mails 5, Vance 2. Piercy 1. Bases on balls,
on ciKnfe ... Mails 3. Vance , Piercv 1
Two-base hits. KniRht. Miliaf f igan. Eldred
"unnlnrhnm 1-V pnrli T)irD..hico V.; -
2 To me run GSeiohmann. Double plav. Oleich
jTiann to Lapan to Uleichmann. Sacrifice hits
Origgs, Middleton, Ktdred, Fisher. Stolen
i'ae. an:i..ai :igan. Kuns responsible for,
.i-iigoee j. aiaiis -t. vance o, Piercy 2. Credl
-victory 10 Jiaus. t narge defeat to Piercy
KAI.S MIX FROM VERXOX, 4-3
ftan Francisco Ties in Kigtaih by
faking: Three Kuns.
OAKLAND, June 12. Kamm singled
on an error by Oevormer in the 11th
inning of San Francisco's game with
Vernon here today, giving the seals a
4 to 3 victory over the visitors. The
Seals tied the score in the eighth inn
ing by making three runs on two hits,
. Mitehell.s 4
: I'hMb'e.m 5
High.l. . . 4
r Krt'ct'n.r. 4
T-.eck.3- . . 4
From'e.p . 2
R H O A
I San Francisco
R H O
1 1 O osrhuk.m. 5 0
112 1 Cavenv.s. 4 0 13
0 0 13 3 Crnd'n.2. 5 0 2 1
0 2 2 0 Komer.l.. 3 O 2 IS
1 1 4 3 Vonnolly.l 4 O O 5
O '2 J 3Kamm.o-. 4 1 1 O
O 0 4 0 B'ldwin.c. 2 0 O 1'
0 0 0 1 Smith. p. .5110
McKee.c. 2 0 0 1
Borhan.. 0 10 0
Total. 33 3 7 30 12 Total.. 38 4 10 33 2i
T.None out wnen winning run scored,
Ran for Baldwin in eighth.
Vernon 0OO 0 1 2 00 00 0 3
.San Francisco .... 0 000000300 1
Krrors, Mitchell. Beck 2. Devormer. Fitz
gerald. Smith. Three-base hits. Fisher. Fitz
geraiu. crandan. Two-base hit Eddmgto:
Sacrifice hit;. Connolly. Devormer, Cavene
Jrtitcheii. iichee. Bases on bans.
Vromme 5. off Smith 4. Struck oul
'Fromme 4, by i?mith 3. Double piays, Hig
iio .Miicneu, aveney to h.omer, isecK t
'Fisher to Borton. Beck to Fisher to Borto
FiizgeraM to Korner. Borton to Beck. Runs
reaponsiDie ior. wmit n .
OAKS CAPTURE LONGEST GAME
;Xos Angeles Loses Xineteen-lnni
Battle by Score of 7 to 4.
LOS ANGELES, June 12. Oakland
lunched three hits in xhe lath inning o
ENTRIES NOW EXCEED 150
Many Holders of Records on Field
and Track Will Compete in
Northwest Event Tomorrow.
Doubts of some of the track fans
that Arthur Tuck, the sensational Red
mond Oregon athlete, would compete
In the Pacific northwest track and field
championships on Mutnomah field to
morrow aftrenoon were dispelled when
the greatest all-round high school ath
lete that ever sprang into prominence
in Oregon arrived in Portland yester
day, primed for the meet. Tuck spent
the afternoon limbering up on Multno
mah field under the eyes of Bill Hay
ward and Oeorge Philbrook, who re
ported the star athlete in great shape.
Each incoming train is bringing its
quota of college and club athletes from
all over the northwest, who will par
ticipate in the Pacific Northweat asso
ciation championship tomorrow after
noon. George Philbrook, manager of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic club
track and field destinies, has finished
every arrangement for the staging of
the biggest track meet ever held in
the history of outdoor games here and a
record-breaking crowd is expected to
witness the affair, the first race start
ing at 2JO. The 100-yard-dash will be
the initial event with the pole vault,
ajid shot put getting under way at the
Willard Wells Arrives.
"Willard Wells, former Portland ath
lete who startled the athletic world by
winning four first places in the dual
meet this year between the University
of California and Leland Stanford uni
versity, arrived in Portland last night
and will compete under the colors of
Multnomah club. Wells was recently
elected captain of the 1920 Stanford uni
versity track team and will figure
prominently in the 100 and 220-yard
dashes and the high and low hurdles,
the four events which he won in the
California-Stanford meet. Wells ran
true to form and showed that his vic
tories were no fluke when he won the
100-yard-dash, and high and low hurdles
at tho Pacific coast conference meet in
Seattle on May 31. Wells was disquali
fied in the high hurdles, but won
Noted Athletes to .Compete.
Among other famous track and
field men who will compete tomorrow
will be Henry Williams, of Spokane
Athletic club, who ran the 100 yards
dash in 9 4-5 seconds in San Diego
several years ago, beating Howard
Drew; Vere Windnagle, former Cornell
university and intercollegiate half mile
champion and one of the greatest dis
tance men in the United States; Sam
Hellah, holder of the world's indoor
pole vault record and Olympic games
contestant: Ralph Spearow, holder of
the Pacific coast pole vault mark
Wallace Kadderly, former captain of
the O. A. C. track team and holder of
the Northwest intercollegiate 440 yard
record; Walter Hummel, former Na
tional 440 yard hurdle champion; Mill
ard Webster, holder of the indoor Far
Western high jump record; Richmond,
University of Idaho, sprint champion;
Ralph Coleman, former O. A. C track
captain and star distance man; Floyd
("Moae ) Payne, best two and five mile
runner ever produced in the Isorthwest
and a host of others from Seattle,
Tacoma, Spokane, University of Oregon,
University of Idaho, Washington State
College, Chemawa Indian school and
University of Washington.
Kntries Exceed ISO.
More than 150 entries will be on the
lists by tomorrow afternoon, making
up the greatest array of track and
field stars that has ever been gathered
in a meet.
Tacoma high school is sending down
its champion relay team to try for the
Northwest high relay championship
against the Jefferson and Washington
high school teams of Portland.
Five Portland grammar school teams
will be represented in the grade
school relay champion Ladd, Kerns,
Richmond, Shattuck and Thompson.
SPOKANE SPRINTER TO ENTER
Henry Williams Will Compete In
Champ Track Meet.
SPOKANE. Wash.. June 12. (Spe
cial.) Henry N. Williams, Spokane
sprinter, will leave for Portland Fri
day to take part in tjie P. N. A. cham
pion track and field meet on Saturday.
The meet will be held on the
Multnomah field. Williams will wear
the colors of the S. A. A. C. in the
Portland games. He has been entered
n the 100 and 220-yard dashes. The
Athletic club athlete has been train
ing for a month on the Glover field
track to get ready for the Portland
meet and is reported in top-notch con
In recent trials held on the Glover
field track, Williams has covered the
Century course in 10 seconds flat and
the 220-yard event in close to 22 flat.
"We are sending Williams to the
Portland meet because we believe he
can win the dashes," said Manager
Blomberg of the S. A. A. C. today. -His
training work has showed that the
lad is in better shape than he was
when he beat Drew in the San Diego
games in 1915.
COMPETITION KEEN 1
WILHELM BEATS STRAIGHT
ST. LOUIS BEATS BOSTON
PHILLIES DEFEAT BROOKLYN
FOR THIRD SUCCESSIVE TIME.
Chicago Wins Sixth Straight Con
test by Shutting Out Phila
delphia; Score 3 to 0.
ST. LOUIS, June 12. McHenry's home
run in the eighth, which scored Heath
cote ahead of him, gave St. Louis a
victory over Boston. Meadows, going
the full route for the first time this
season, pitched shutout bail, an error
by Lavan letting in Boston's run.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston 1 7 0St. Louie 3 13 2
Batteries Northrop and Wilson;
Meadows and Clemona, Dilhoefer.
Pittsburg 5, Brooklyn 4.
PITTSBURG, June 12. Pittsburg de
feated Brooklyn for the third succes
sive time today, 5 to 4. The visitors
bunched hits off Miller in the second
and eighth innings, scoring two rune
in each inning. The Pirates scored
four rune in the fifth. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Brooklyn 4 8 2Pittsburg. . . 5 10 1
Batteries Smith, Mamaux and Mil
ler, Krueger; Miller and Schmidt.
Chicago 3, Philadelphia 0.
CHICAGO. June 12. Chicago won its
sixth straight game by shutting out
Philadelphia. 3 to 0. The game was a
pitchers' battle, Jacobs weakening in
the seventh' and eighth innings, when
the locals bunched six hits. Score:
R. H. E.l R. H. E.
Philadel 0 7 OlChicago 3 8 0
Batteriee Jacobs and Adams; Alex
ander and Killifer.
New York 2, Cincinnati I.
CINCINNATI, June 12. Eller held
New York safe for six innings today
but weakened in the later rounds and
New Tork won, 2 to 1. Barnes pitched
well throughout. Score:
R. H. E l R. H. E
New York.. 2 6 lCincinnatl . . 16 0
B a 1 1 e r i e s Barnee and Mccarty
Eller, Koering and Wingo.
Cove Still Rules on High.
COVE, Or., June 12. (Special.) The
Baker-Lnion county baseball league
amateur rules governing, up to date
stands: Cove 1000, North Powder, .500.
Baker .500, La Grande .400 per cent.
Cove ha3 a death grip on that pennant.
She has six more games to make good.
Series Agreement Not Reached.
CINCINNATI. June 12. The national
baseball commission failed to reach a
final agreement relative to any changes
that might be made in the division of
the world baseball championship seriw
at its meeting here today.
Phone your want ads to The Orego
nian. Phone Main 7070, A 6095.
"WE LOVE OUR DEAR TEACHER" (ON CLOSING DAY).
' ' - .. i i .... i. eg i i i .. " '
our Stars Qualify in Semi-
Women's Events Create Much Inter
est, With Several Matches Sched
uled for Today.
Rudolph Wilhelm of the Portland
Golf club, state chamnion: Andrew E.
White, Forest Watson and Roderick L.
Macleay. representing the Waverlev
Country club, are the four irolfers who
. in meet today in the semi-finals of the i
919 Oregon state golf championships;
eing held at the Waverlev links. This
is the result of the second round of the
hamptonship flight played yesterday
Wilhelm beat Jack R. Straight. 1 un.
yesterday in one of the beet matches !
layed in the tournament so far.
Straight was playing in top-notch form I
nd made the champion exert himself i
Andrew E. White won from Walter
E. Pearson, 3 up and 2 to go. White
s playing a fine game now and when
e meets Wilhelm today he is expected
to give a good account of himself.
I-orest Watson defeated Richard
Leiter. 7 up and 6 to play. Watson ami
Wilhelm loom big for fhe finals and
if they keep un their prient nace thev
re sure to qualify.
Macleay Defeats Key.
Roderick L. Macleav won from Ersnl
Kay, 4 up and 3 to go. Macleay and
Watson will meet In the semi-finals
today. 18 holes, match play.
in the second round of the first
flight C. K. Nelson won from E. T.
Whitney. 3 up and 2 to play. Robert
'. Prael beat Graham Glass. 2 un and
1 to go. J. A. Dougherty won from C.
Frohman, 1 up. C. G. Gross beat
A. E. W. Peterson, 2 up and 1 to play.
w. iang won from Dr. F. E. Moore,
up and 1 to go in the Fecond round
f the second flight. Dr. Northruo beat
A. B. Scott. 1 up. A. M. Cannon beat
. W. Howard, 2 up. Carl L. Wernicke
won from E. E. Shaw, 2 up and 1 to
In the second round of the third
flight, W. H. Hall won from Walter F.
Backus. 3 up and 2 to play. W. H. Am-
ler beat Irving Webster. 1 up. D.
Lazarus won from G. G. Irvine. 2 up. R.
Stewart beat Henry W. Metzger. 7
p and 6 to play.
M rtt. Peter Kerr Lead.
In the first round of the champion
ship flight of the women's state cham-
ionship, 18 holes, match play. Mrs.
Peter Kerr won from Mrs. E. L. Dever
eaux, 5 up and 4 to go. Mrs. W. B.
Ayer beat Mrs. W. J. Burns, 2 up and 1
o go. Mrs. Thomas Kerr defeated Mrs.
L. H. Hoffman by default. Mrs. J. A.
Dougherty defeated Mrs, A. B. Scott, 5
p and 3 to play.
Mrs. Henry Kirk beat Mrs. C. W. Cor
nell, 1 up in the first round of the first
flight. Mrs. Webster Kincaid lost to
Mrs. Holbrook, 3 up and 2 to go. Mrs.
L. Gerlinger won from Mrs. George
Frost, 6 up and 4 to play. Mrs. Merse
reau beat Mrs. L. H. Marshall, 5 up and
Today Mrs. Kirk will meet Mrs. Hol-
urooK in me semi-Tinais oi tne cnam
pionship flight. Mrs. Gerlinger will
play Mrs. Mersereau.
Millard Rosenblatt, the Tualatin Golf
club, playing a good game yesterday.
heat J. H. Lambert. 6 up and 3 to play,
in the first round of the beaten" eights.
8 holes match xlay. N. P. Mears won
from Dr. Samuel C. Slocum, 4 up and 3
to play. Gordon Voorhies Jr., beat J. S.
Napier. 4 up and 3 to play. H. W. Dick
son won from Dr. A. A. Morrison, 2 up.
Women's MateheN Popular.
This afternoon Rosenblatt will meet
Mears. and Voorhies will play Dickson
in the second round of the beaten
There win alss be the women s
championship flight semi-finals.
women's first flight, semi-finals.
women's handicap, men's Peaten eights,
men's championship flight, first, sec
ond and third flights, semi-finals. Clock
and ladder golf is being played by a
arge number of persons every day
and much enthusiasm prevails.
ST. LOUIS GOLF MATCHES LURK
More Than 100 Entries Received in
Western Golf Events.
CHICAGO. June 12. More than 100
entries have been received here by
Crafts W. Higgins, assistant secretary
of the Western Goif association, for the
western amateur golf championship at
the Sunset Hill club in St. Louis next
week. This announcement was made
today, with the addition that there was
every indication that the highest-class
field in the history of the event would
Among the entries are: Hobby Jones
and Perry Anair of Atlanta, Jimmy
Standish and Wyllie Carhart of Detroit,
John Simpson of Indianapolis and Nel
son Whitney, former southern cham
pion. The Chicagoans entered include
Charles P. ("Chick") Evans Jr.. Paul
Gardner, Warren K. Wood, Kenneth
Burns, Donald Edwards. Robert Mark
well and Walter Crowdus. In the east
ern contingent are D. E. Sawyer, Fran
cis Ouimet and John G. Anderson.
Hunter Released From Navy
SAN FRANCISCO. June 12. Herbert
Hunter, outfielder for the San Fran
Cisco club in the Pacific Coast league,
has been released from the navy at San
Pedro and will rejoin the club tomor
row, according to a telegram to the
club owners from Hunter today.
Once You Have Worn
a Dobbs Hat, You Will
Be a Dobbs Enthusiast
From That Time On.
$6 and $8
Straws and Panamas
$5 to $20
Corbstt Euildin" Fifth at Morrison
NEW YORK IN FIBST PLACE
DETROIT LOSSES THIRD CLASH
BY SCORE OF TO 1 .
Errors by hanks Enables Cleve
land to Win From Washing
ton; Score r to 1 .
NEW YORK, June 12. New York
took the lead in the American league
race today, winning the third straight
game from Detroit. hen Flagsteacl
hit a home run off Shawkey in the
seventh inning, it was the first rur
scored off the New York pitcher in
31 innings. Score:
R. H. E.. R. H. E.
Detroit 1 8 O'New York.. 6 6 1
Batteries Ehmke, Cunningham and
Stanage; Shawkey and Hannah.
Boston 4, Chicago 0.
BOSTON, June IS. Boston concen
trated six hits in the sixth inning to
day, including a double by Ruth and
a triple by Schang, for four runs and
defeated Chicago. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago.... 0 3 2Boston 4 8 0
Batteries Kaber. iverr and facnalK;
Pennock and Schang.
mitted to do any boxing until Sunday.
Manager Kearns announced. The chal
lenger went through his usual exer
cises before a big crowd this afternoon
and hit the highways for seven miles
in the morning.
There were no new development in
the referee situation except that it is
considf-od certain that Ollie Pecord.
the official referee of the Toledo Ath
letic club, will officiate in come ca
pacity, either as alternate referee or
one of the judges of the contest, if th
army, navy and civilian board of box
ing control decides to appoint two
judges in addition to a referee.
ROCAP DECLINES TO REFEREE
Employment on Newspaper Said to
Prevent Favorable Action.
PHILADELPHIA. June 12. William
II. Rocap has eliminated himself from
consideration as referee for the Wil-lard-Dempsey
In a letter today to Major A. J.
Drexel Biddle, who had named Rocap
as the third man n the ring, the latter,
who is sporting editor of the Philadel
phia Evening Ledger, said his duties to
his paper would prevent his serving in
an official capacity at Toledo.
Sidelights and Satire.
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 0.
PHILADELPHIA, June 12. St. Louis,
aided by Philadelphia's errors, won
5 to 0. Manager Mack announced the
trade of Second Baseman Grover to
Washington for Thompson, a left-
handed pitcher. Score:
R. H. E. it. H. E.
St. Louis 5 8 0;?hiladelphia 0 7'.
Batteries Gallia and Mayer; Naylor
Cleveland 5, Washington I.
WASHINGTON, June 12. Errors by
Shanks enabled Cleveland to take the
third game of the series from Wash
R. H. E.l R. H. E.
Cleveland.. 5 10 O'Washington 1 7 2
Batteries Coveleskie and Ocelli;
Aycrs, Thompson and Gharrity.
WILLARD GOES SIX BOUNDS
CHALLENGER RUNS 7 MILES ON
JESS WILLARD. in a signed state
ment, says he will defeat Jack
Dempsey. All of which is illuminating.
But it is a bet that if Jess picked Demp
sey to win it would he a better
circulation getter than the selection
Some batsmen don't fear Red Oldham.
They are in other leagues.
Warm weather loosens up the kinks
in the salary arm, but it doesn't loosen
up the salary.
A few pop bottles were looped in
San Francisco the other day but not
enough to break into society columns.
You have got to be a lawyer to con
duct a soda fountain nowadays.
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It takes a good team to hold the
Giants to two scattered victories a
When it comes to driving them back
to the water bucket, prohibition has
not got much on Walter Johnson.
Pecord Believed Ready to Officiate
in Some Capacity at Big Fight
on July 4.
TOLEDO, O.. June 12. Working un
der the burning rays of a sun that
seemed to affect everybody except the
champion himself, Jese Willard boxed
six rounds today after reeling off five
milee on the road, early in the morning.
The champion went through his exhibi
tion before a crowd that packed the
tented walls of the Maumee bay camp.
There were nearly as many women in
the camp as men.
Willard stepped three full three-minute
rounds with Jack Hempel and then
Walter Monahan donned the gloves for
a similar length of time. Half a dozen
times the champion dropped his hands
to his sides and permitted hie sparring
partners to hit him when and where
Ray Archer, Willard's business repre
sentative, announced tonight that a
heavyweight named Ketchel would re
port in camp tomorrow to relieve Hem-
pel and Monahan. Archer said Ketchel,
a product of the navy, ie a 192-pounder
with an offense similar to that of the
challenger. Dempeey, whose injured
eye i healing rapidly, will not be per-
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