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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, - JULY 18, 1919.
enabled San Francisco to defeat Seattle
here today, 8 to 0. The Seals made four
runs on two safe hits in the first In
ning. Seaton, for the Seals, held' the
visitors safe at all times. Score:
Seattle 1 San Francisco
Compt'n.l 5 0 13 o Schick. m. 4 110 0
Hosp.2... 4 0 0 2 0 Fitzg'd.r.' 3 1110
Walsh. m 4 0 0 1 0 Hunter.l. 5 0 0 2 O
Schaller.r 3 0 0 5 0 Koemer.l 2 1 1 15 0
Sween'y.c 8 0 0 5 1 Crandall. 2 3 112 3
Roche. 1. 3 O 1 6 0,Caveney, 4 2 2 0 4
Murphy,3 3 0 0 1 2 Kamm.3.. 4 0 1 0 O
French.s. 3 0 11 1 Baldwin.c 8271
Gilllgan.p 3 0 1 0 2 Seaten.p. 4 110 7
WILDE BEATS MOORE
IN TWENTY ROUNDS
Taklma. where he will work that dis
trict for a motor truck agency, with
headquarters in Seattle. Mr. Holden
is better known hereabouts as "BUI"
Holden. who starred at football with
the University of Oregon for three
years, the Multnomah Amateur Ath
letic club for a like period, and whose
sensational playing- so greatly assisted
Washington high school and Hill Mili
tary academy during bis preparatory
Beavers Drop Third in Row
When Bees Hammer Oldham.
Referee Gives Britisher Deci
sion on Points.
Tennis Tonrney Held Over.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., July 1. In order
that the officers of the Pacific fleet
may have a chance to engage in the
play, the Coronado Country club's ten
nis tournament for army and navy offi
cers has been postponed until August
7, when the fleet la expected to arrive.
The tournament waa scheduled to be
POLO PLAY UP TO BRITONS
Totals 31 0 4 24 61 Totals 32 8 27 IK
Seattle 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
San Francisco .'..4000A004 8
Errpis, Sweeney. Roche. Murphy, -French.
Gllligan. Stolen bases. Schick. Fitzgerald 3.
Koerner. Two-base hits. Ca-vuey, SeaXon.
Bases on balls, off Gilllgan 8. Struck out,
by Gilligan 4; by Seaton. 7. Double plays.
Caveney to Crandall to Koerner.' Runs re
sponsible for, Gilligan 3. Three-baKe hits,
Caveney, Schick. Left on bases, Seattle., 3:
San Francisco: 7. Umpires, Csey and Burn
THREE HOME RUNS WASTED
YANKEE TRIES KNOCKOUT
peas, Siglin and Koehler Clout Oat
Four-Sackers, but Ivory Field
ing Proves Costly.
Faciflc Coast League Standings.
. W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
lrfs Angeles. 59 38 .BOSS, Oakland 45 53
Vtrnon 54 41 .568 Portland ....42 50.457
6. Francisco. 51 45 .531' Sacramento .41 52.441
alt Lake. ..47-43 .SJlii Seattle 36 53.404
i Yesterday's Results.
At Fait Lake Salt Lake 8. Portland 6.
At Sacramento Sacramento 5, Oakland A.
At San Francisco San Francisco . 8, Seat
At Los Angeles Vernon 4, Los Angeles 3.
SALT LAKE CITT. July 17. (Spe
cial.) With a monster rally In the
eighth inning of this afternoon's ball
Same, the Salt Lake club overturned
a Ions Portland lead and won their
third straight game from the Beavers,
8 to 6.
Bed Oldham had Ralph Stroud
beaten by long odds until the eighth,
although the Bees managed to get
runners on occasionally. In the eighth
Herr sent up three pinch hitters, two
of whom delivered. The hero of the
occasion was Hack Spencer, who, bat
ting for Maggert, knocked a double
that won the game.
Beavers Make Three Homers.
Three of Portland's tallies were due
to home runs, hit by Speas, Siglin and
Koehler, each of whom, draws a five
pound box of candy; the ball passing
over a sign offering that reward.
Curiously, two of the three other
Beaver tallies were made on sac
rifice flies. A great catch by Speas in
the eighth averted at least two more
In the first Speas knocked it over
for the first Portland run. ' In the
second Siglin and Koehler doubled in
succession for their seond. In the
fourth Koehler homed. In the fifth
the Beavers made two on a single by
Oldham, a double by Blue and sac
rifice flies by Wisterzil and Speas.
Singlin's homer in the eighth gave the
visitors , their sixth.
Bees Peg Along.
Sheely's double, an out and Mulli
gan's sacrifice fly staked the Bees
to one" in the fourth. Two were added
in the sixth on a double, .by Mulvey,
Kumler's single, a walk for Sheely,
Johnson's sacrifice and an out. In the
eighth Eumler and SheeLy hit safely
and when the Beavers threw the ball
around the runflers advanced. John
son's hit scored Rumler. Sheely scored
on Mulligan's sacrifice fly, on which
Speas made a beautiful catch against
the fence. Smith, batting for Bylet,
hit safely. Dale, batting for Stroud,
fanned. Spencer, batting for Maggert,
doubled, scoring Johnson and Smith.
An error by WisterzHl allowed Spen
cer to take third and he scored with
the fifth run of the inning when the
Beavers left first base uncovered on
Mulvey's grounder. Score:
Portland I Salt Lake
BRHOAI . BRHOA
Speas, 1.. 2
9 llM'gert.m. 4
i Spencer.c. 1 1
UKrug.2... 5 0
0 Mulvey.l. 5 1
- R'm'r.r-m 4 2
O.Sheely.l.. 2 2
-kJohnson.s 3 1
lMul'Kan.3 - 0
OiBylerc... 3 0
O'Smith.r... 1 1
(Stroud. p. 2 0
I.ev'nz.p.. 0 0
Dale' 1 0
I'ox.r. . .. 3
Oldham. p 3
Totals. 31 6 1124 t Totals.. 33 8 12 27 13
Hatted for Oldham In ninth.
"'Dale batted for Stroud in eighth.
Portland 11012001 0 6
Bait Lake 0 0 0 1 6 2 0 S 8
Errors, Wisterzil. Two-base hits, Siglin.
Koehler. Blue 2, Sheely. Mulvey. Spencer.
Home runs. Speas, Koehler, .Siglin. Sacri
fice hits. Johnson, "Wisterzil, Speas, Mulli
gan 2. Stolen bases, Rumler. Sheely. Base&
on balls, off Oldham 4, off Stroud 2 off
Leverenz 1. Struck out. by Oldham 5. by
Stroud 2, by Leverenz 2. Runs responsible
for, Oldham 7, Stroud 6. Credit victory to
Stroud. Double play. Cox to Blue. John
eon to Mulligan. I'mpires. Held and Eason.
AX GELS HOMERS XOT ENOUGH
Vernon Tigers Take 4 and 3 Game
Despite Two 4-base Hits.
LOS ANGELES, July 17. Jim Mor
ley's w're mesh fence, recently con
structed at Washington park here to
decrease the size of the flaying field
and provide more action for spectators,
brought two home runs to Los Angeles
in its game with Vernon. - The fence
and the home runs did not bring vic
tory, however, the Tiger aggregation
taking the game, 4 to 3. Score:-
Vernon I Los Angeles
Sritch'll.s 4 13 1 7:Kiirfer.m 4 0 0 0 0
'h'db e.m 2 0 0 1 O Fabriq e.s 4 0 2 4 4
Meu.sel.3. 3 110 1 Fnurnl'r.l 4 0 0 !) 3
llorton.l. 4 0 1 10 0, Crawfd.r. 4 113 0
Krt'pton.h 4 0 1 2 0 K'nw'hy,2 4 115 5
lligh.l... 4 114 O Ellls.l.... 3 0 0 1 0
Flsher.2. 4 0 14 3 Niehoff,3. 4 0 10 2
IVv'm'r.c 4 0 1 5 0 Boles.c... 3 113 1
W.Mifl.p 1 0 0 0 3 Cr ndall.p 4 0 3 2 4
Alcock'.. 1110 OBatest... 10 10 0
l)ell,p. ... 2 0 0 0 2
Totals . 33 4 10 27 16' Totals. .83 3 10 27 19
Batted for W. Mitchell in the fourth.
t Batted for Boles in the ninth.
Vernon 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4
Los Angeles 0 2100000 0 3
Error, Meusel. Home runs. Boles. Craw
ford. Two-base hit, Meusel. Fabrlque,
Kdlngton. Sacrifice hits, Chadbourne
louts. Base on' balls, off Crandall 1. Struck
out. by W. Mitchell 3, by Crandall 2. Inn
lugs pitched W. Mitchell 4, Dell 5. Runs
responsible for, Crandall 4. W. Mitchell 3
Double plays, Dell to Fisher to Borton
Credit victory to Dell. Umpires, Finney and
lied ford. .
SACS' RALLY SWAMPS OAKS
Senators Come From Behind in Sev
enth and Win, 5 to 4.
SACRAMENTO, July 17. "With" the
score standing 3 to 1 against them,
Sacramento clustered live safe swats on
Kremer in the seventh today and Oak
land went down to a third straight de
feat, 5 to 4. Score:
I.ane.m.. 5 112 0 Plnelli.3. . 3 113 1
'ares.2. 4 0 112 Mid Tt'n.I 2 110 1
C'loper.m 4 0 1 3 0 Eldred.m. 4 2 2 3 0
"Wllle.r... 4 12 1 l'Wolter.r. 3 0 2 1 0
M rphy.3 4 0 1 2 1 iOri 1 . . 3 0 0 !) o
Bohne.s.. 4 10 1 0;Mc(jfn.2 3 0 1 2 4
:uisto.l. 0 0 0 4 OiOrr.a. . 4 0 114
l::;iott.c. 3 1 2 .1 scook.c... 3 1 1 71
Krem'r.p 4 0 0 0 3'Piercy.p. 10 0 10
Holling. 0 0 0 0 ll Schang. 1 0 O o 0
Arlett,!.. 2 0 5 1 Larkin.p. 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 34 4 S 24 111 . Totals. 27 5 9 27 11
Batted for fluisto in fourth: batted for
riercy in seventh.
Oakland 0 0 0 1 O'o 2 1 04
fcacramento 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 5
Errors, Wares. Orr. Innings pitched, by
I'iercy 7. by I.arkln 2. Stolen bases. Bohne,
Middleton. Sacrifice hits. MIdl:eton. Wol
ter. Griggs. Banes on balls, off Plercy 3.
ctt Kremer 5. struck out. bv Fl.rcv 3. by
Kremer 2. by Larkin 1. Hit by pitcher,
f rulsto y Pierey. Wares by Plercy. Sacrifice
iiy. wooper. uouo:e p:ay. Arlett to Elliott.
"Wild pitch, l.arkin. Runs responsible for.
IMercy 3. Kremer 5. Credit victory to Pierey.
X'mplres. Frary and Phyle.
SEALS SHUT OUT SEATTLE
Gilligan's AVildness and Errors of
Mates Ruin Siwaslies.
OAKLAND, Cal.. July 17. Gilligan's
y ildness, with errors by his teammates.
MEADOWS BEATS CARDS
PHILLIES' XEW HURLER DE
FEATS FORMER MATES, 1-0.
Brooklyn Tonches Slim Sallee for 13
Safeties, Losing , to Reds,
5-1 ; Cabs Lose to Giants.
PHILADELPHIA. July 17. Meadows
and Jacobs, pitchers, who were ex
changed by St. Louis and Philadelphia
on Monday, faced each other today in
a 12-inning battle, which was won by
the locals. Meusel's single, a - wild
throw by Dilhoefer on Luderus sac
rifice and Whitted's single scored the
only run. Score:
' R. H. E. R. H. E.
St. Louis... 0 4 lPhHadelphla.l 7 0
Batteries Jacobs and Dilhoefer;
Meadows and Tragesser.
Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 1.
BROOKLYN, July 17. Brooklyn hit
Sallee for 13 singles today, but lost to
Cincinnati Cincinnati hit Sherrod
Smith freely and scored all of its runs
off him in the first five innings. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Cincinnati. ,5 9 0;BrookIyn. . .1 13 3
Batteries Sallee and Rariden; Smith,
Mamaux and Miller. '. .. .
New York 2, Chicago 1.
NEW YORK, July 17. New York
won the opening game of its series
with Chicago today, Barnes defeating
Hendrix in a pitchers' battle. Score:
R.H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago 1 4 2!New York... 2 9 4
Batteries Hendrix, Douglas and Kil
lefer, O'Farrell; Barnes and Gonzales.
A. A. TJ. TURXS DOW." SWIMMERS
Sanction Refused for Australian
Girls' Tour of United States.
NEW YORK, July 17. After a pro
tracted meeting at the offices of the
Amateur Athletic club. Chairman Fred
W. Rubein announced last night the na
tional board of registration declined to
sanction a tour of the United States by
the Australian amateur women swim
mers, Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie,'
under the management of George H.
Dowsing, a promoter of Seattle, Wash)
The board, however, will permit the
women, who now are in San Francisco,
to compete in any of the scheduled A.
A. IT. championship swimming events if
they choose to abide by the rules which
permit a chaperone, -but not a manager,
to accompany women athletes. , .
Dowsing appeared at the meeting
here and stated he understood when he
brought the two swimmers from Aus
tralia that there would be no difficulty
in securing the consent of the national
body for such 'a tour. Last year these
two swimmers came to California, but
owing to a disagreement about the
chaperone selected by Mrs. Chambers,
secretary of the New South Wales
Swimming association, they failed to
secure the sanction of that " organiza
tion and returned to. Australia. Two
weeks ago they arrived at San Fran
cisco again, but under the management
of Promoter Dowsing. , ,
CHEHALIS ATHLETES ORGANIZE
Jack Griffin. Selected Temporary
Chairman of Club.
CHEHALIS, Wash., July 17. (Spe
cial.) An athletic club was formed
here last night as the result of a visit
of Chet Mclntire of -Tacoma. Jack
Griffin was selected as temporary
chairman. I. Kvarno, Mr. Nortwynn,
Nirman Hinton, R. L. Simmons and
Dave Alexander were named as a mem
bership committee. It is planned to
obtain an enrollment of 200 members at
$2 each monthly. Efforts will be made
to organize clubs in Centrajla, On
alaska and other points with the aim of
staging a boxing tournament during
the southwest Washington fair late in
August, when the Lewis county cham
pionship will be determined. .
Last night's boxing bouts put on by
the Stoy midgets, Morgan Jones vs.
Harold Jones, both from Tacoma; and
one by Ole Anderson and Chet Mcln
tyre of Tacoma, added much to the en
tertainment. O'BOWD KNOCKS OUT AL McCOY
St. Paul Champion Middle Beats
Former Title Holder.
ST. PAUL, Minn., July 17. Mike
O'Dowd, St. Paul middleweight cham
pion of the world, knocked out Al
McCoy, Brooklyn, former middleweight
champion, in the third round ef "their
scheduled 10-round bout here tonight.
Athlete's Xose Broken Seventh. Time.
ALBANY, Or., July 17. (Special.)
Orville Monteith, an Albany young man
who was formerly a star halfback on
the University of Oregon football team,
has suffered the breaking of his nose
for the seventh time. His nose was
broken six times in various stages of
his football career and the seventh ac
cident of this kind occurred here this
week whenjie was engaged in a water
fight while swimming in the Willam
ette river. Monteith recently returned
from the service.
National Lragoe Standings.
W L. Pct.t W. L. Pet.
New York. 47 23 .t71 t. Louis... 27 45 .375
Cincinnati. 50 25 .t;7'Boton 25 44
Pittsburg.. ;S :tl .i.M ; Boston 31 42 .41i
ThicajsO. . . 42 o3 .545 fhiiadelp'a. 21 4S .U4
Brooklyn.. 37 3ti .5'.'7
American Lragae Standings.
W. L. Pet. Detroit. .. . 41 33 .554!
CMcajro... 4b 2S .GV2 St. Louis... 39 34 .534
New York.. 42 3t .53 Washington 34 43 .442
Cleveland.. 44 33 .571 E'hliadeip a. IS 54 .25u
How the Series Stand.
At Salt Lake 3 Rames. Portland no frame;
at tan Francisco 2 fc'amea, Stat tie no game;
at Los Angelea no game, Vernon 2 games;
at Sacramento 3 games, Oakland no game.
YVbere the Teams Play Next Week.
Portland at San Francisco, Los Angeles at
Sacramento. Oakland at ?alt Lake. Jjeattfe.
versus Vernon at Los Angeles.
Beaver Batting Averages.
A B. H. A v.1 AB. H. AVe.
Walker... 272 e2 .Sol Speas- i:i3 34.25
WiPtenil. 2J7 SO .2'.i Ki-enler. .. 1:13 34 .2r5
Sig!in 347 104 .2Hi Oldham. .. Ill 2 .3.-.3J
Kader . 2-JO 5! .2r Sutherland 3S. .2:17
Baker. . .. 2:;t bl .25K Penner. . .. 6 14 .2
Farmer... 1-VJ 3i .2.Vi Jones 44 5.1i:t
Cox 2 'J 4 o .2t,cliroeder. 1 o ovv ;
English Flyweight Badly Punished
But Manages to Evade American
and Escape Defeat.
LONDON, July 17. Jimmy Wilde, the
British flyweight champion, defeated
Pal Moore of Memphis, Tenn.. In a 20
round bout at the Olympia tonight.
Twenty thousand persons witnessed
the fight. Moore administered much
punishment to his antagonist in the
early stages of the bout, but at the
end of the 12th round 'Wilde led slightly
In the 14th round Moore sent a Jab
to Wilde's mouth which made the blood
spurt. It was evident in the last
rounds that Moore was trylngr for a
knockout, but Wilde's ring craft and
cleverness prevented the American
from carrying out his plan.
Perahlns I Spectator.
On the invitation of the prince of
Wales, General Pershing occupied the
royal box with the prince and his
brother. Prince Albert. The party was
given an ovation. General Pershirtg
frequently waved his hand or bowed
his acknowledgments to the plaudits of
The referee gave the decision to
Wilde on points.
Pal Moore, the Memphis, Tenn., ban
tamweight, obtained the big match
with Jimmy Wilde by beating the Eng
lishman in a four-round bout in Lon
don last December in an inter-allied
tournament. Moore was then in the
United States navy, while Wilde was
in the service of Great JJritain.
Moore's four-round victory over
Wilde and the great fight put up
against the British flyweight by Joe
Lynch, American bantam, led many to
believe that the pride of England was
slipping. Wilde got a 15-round de
cision over Lynch, although all of the
newspapers said that the Yankee should
Moore Mediocre Fluster.
The last battle In which Wilde par
ticipated prior to his fight with Moore
last night saw him stop Alt Mansfield
in 13 rounds at the Holburn stadium,
London. Mansfield won a number of
fights around Philadelphia during the
last two years. As a result of hi vic
tory over Moore, Wilde probably will
meet Charles Ledoux, French bantam
weight, in Paris.
Pal Moore is not the greatest ban
tamweight in America by a long shot.
He has beaten many good boys here,
but on the other hand, some of this
country's fighters have received news
paper decisions over him in eight and
TEX MERMAIDS TO COMPETE
Brightest California Stars Gathering
for Del Monte Sleet.
DEL MONTE, Cal.. July 17. (Spe
cial.) Ten of California's best-known
mermaids will hold the center of the
stage at Del Monte this week. Com
mencing tomorrow and Saturday with
the preliminary events in the pictur
esque Roman plunge Interest will be
worked up to the final events in the
enclosed pool at Del Monte beach.
The programme, ' which will be run
off under the direct supervision of
Robert Dodd, president of the Pacific
association, will consist of the 50-yard
dash; 220-yard handicap, f rS0 style;
100-yard dash; BO-yard breast .stroke;
500-yard handicap, free style; medley
race covering different styles of swim
ming and diving. There will be a
blindfold race, will o' the wisp and a
balloon race to keep the spectators
The half-century dash promises to be
the most keenly contested -f the events!
Mrs. Frances Cowells Schroth. Miss
Ruth Crane and Miss Lei fa Dunkun. the
latter of Stockton, will set sail. Mrs.
Schroth has been planning for some
time to eclipse the two American rec
ords which she established last month.
AUSTRALIA WANTS DEMPSEY
$100,000 Orrered For Fight at
Sydney bnt Paris Also Invites.
LOS ANGELES, CaL, July 17. Mrs.
"Snowy" Baker, wife of the Australian
sport promoter, today called on Jack
Dempsey, world's champion heavy
weight boxer and Jack Karns. his
manager, and offered Dempsey 100,000
to stage his next fight at Sydney. The
offer was contained in a cablegram
Kearns told Mrs. Baker he could not
give a definite answer at this time,
as he had a similar offer from Paris,
and was waiting for developments in
Disappointing a crowd of local sports
men and newspaper men who waited
more than an hour for him, Dempsey
failed to appear at a luncheon which
was arranged in his honor here today
and spent his entire time visiting mo
tion picture producing plants.
He departed tonight for San Fran
cisco, where he will spend a day and
then continue on to Salt Lake to visit
his mother. Dempsey refused to dis
cuss rumors that he intended to become
a moving picture actor.
ARMY RIFLE TEAM GOES EAST
Presidio Reserve Officers to Be Rep
resented at Caldwell, X. J.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17. A rifle
team of 12 members and two alternates
chosen from the cadets and one team
captain, one coach and one quartermas
ter from the army officers will be se
lected to represent the Presidio reserve
officers' training corps camp at the na
tional rifle matches, Caldwell, X. J., in
August. The team will receive trans
portation and subsistence to Caldwell
and return, and will be fed and housed
at the government's expense while
Selection of the team will be made
on a. competitive basis, the cadets
making the best scores in record range
practice winning the honor of repre
senting their camp in the great na
BILL II OLD EX HOME AGAIN
C of O. Football Star Enters Busi
ness After Military Service.
Lieutenant Bill Holden, motor trans
port corps, has returned from Detroit,
where he has been working at the mo
tor truck business since being relieved
from active service January 15. Lieut
tenant Holden enlisted with an ambu
lance train in May, 1917. but shortly
after wu transferred, as his experience
in the automobile line made him val
uable to the transport corps.
Tomorrow Mr. Holden will leave for
AMERICANS WAIT WORD. TO RE
XEW IXTERXATIOXAIi MEET.
Xo Challenge "Will Go Across lntil
English Express Willingness to
NEW YORK, July 17. Possibility of
an international polo match between
picked teams of American and English
players next year is entirely In the
hands of the English polo authorities,
according to a statement made by the
polo association today.
It was announced no challenge for
such a mutch had been sent to England
and that none would be forwarded until
such time as the English authorities
indicated that a challenge would be
welcomed. The recent victory of the
Freebooters' team over the Thornby
four in the final game for the British
championship cup by a score of 6 goals
to 3 at Hurlingham led to official opin
ion that England was ready to defend
the International trophy won by Eng
land from America at Meadowbrook in
In this match only one member of
the victorious English team of five
years ago appeared. Major F. W. Bar
rett played at No. 3 on the Thornby
four, and English reports of the match
indicate that the .standard of play was
considerably below the pre-war farm
of English polo.
LOXDOX WAXTS DEMPSEY BOCT
Syndicate Promoting Xew Arena
After World Champ Match.
(Copyright by the New York" World. Pub
lished by arranK.ment.
LONDON. July 17. (Special Cable.)
Negotiations have been concluded for
th purchase by a syndicate of sports
men of a famous London resort, with
the view of using it as a boxing arena,
according to the Daily Herald.
The promoters declare It will be the
biggest boxing center in Europe.
The syndicate is said to be in touch
with "King" Dempsey, and arrange
ments are said to be In progress for a
world's championship match at the new
rendezvous. It is understood that
Dempsey is prepared to sign articles to
defend the heavyweight title in Eng
land. STAXDIFER TO MEET BATTERY
Shipbuilders Will Put Up Fast Team
for Sunday Scrap.
The G. M. Standifer shipbuilders team
from Vancouver. Wash., will clash with
the battery A nine at 2:30 on the
Vaughn-street grounds. Ernie Frye will
work on the mound, for battery A with
Walter Krackke doing the receiving.
Billy Stepp will be In the outfied for
the battery A bunch.
Manager Wayne Lewis of the Standi
fer crew will send a fast team against
the battery A boys. In the Standifer
lineup will be Charley Moore, Hart
man, "Chuck" Edwards and Fred Car
men. Browns Release Outfielder.
ST. LOUIS. July 17. Tale T. Sloan,
an outfielder, today was released by
the St. Louis Americans to the Colum
bus club of the American association.
LUMBER PRICES ADVANCE
Spokane Retailers Act When Whole
sale Schedule Rises.
SPOKANE, Wash., July 17. (Spe
cial.) An advance in retail lumber
prices was reported today by Andrew
Maccualg, president of the Retail Lum
bermen's association and treasurer
manager of the Exchange Lumber com
pany. The increase amounts to an aver
age of about $5 a thousand on pine lum
ber. The prices will be definitely fixed by
a schedule soon to be adopted at a
meeting of the association to be called
by the president. The increase follows
as a direct result of the wholesale
lumber advances reported earlier In the
"The Exchange Lumber company has
advanced its prices to conform to the
advanced wholesale prices," said Mr.
$4 00,000 Sought for Waterway.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 17. Duwam
lsh waterway commissioners have de
cided to ask 3400,000 of congress In the
next river and harbor 'bill for comple
tion of the waterway project to a point
two miles south of Eighth avenue and
for dredging the waterway to its full
width of 500 feet and full depth of 30
feet at low tide.
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Detroit Trims Philadelphia, fi to 3.
Cleveland Defeats Boston When
Morton Scores Shutout.
ST. LOOS, July 17 Pt- Louis bunted
a 7-to-3 victory over New York after
battling 17 Innings. In the seventeenth
Robertson singled and took second
when Bodle fumbled the ball. He went
to third on Gallia's bunt bit and scored
on a sacrifice bunt by Mayer. Score:
R, H. E. R. H. E.
New York.. 6 19 2S- Louis 7 17
Batteries Qulnn, Mogrldge. Shore.
Thormahlen and Hannah. Kuel; Soth
oron. Wright. Gallia and Severeid,
Detroit 5, Philadelphia S.
DETROIT. July 17. Detroit scored
four runs in the second Inning on two
walks, two singles and Alnsmith's dou
ble and won from Philadelphia. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Pbila 3 7 3Detrolt S & 3
Batteries Kinney, Rogers and Mc
Avoy; Love and Ainsmitn.
Cleveland 4, Boston 0.
CLEVELAND, July 17. Cleveland de
feated Boston. Morton allowed but five
bits and kept them scattered. Score:
R. H. E.I II. H. E-
Boston 0 6 0Cleveland 4 1
Batteries Ruth and Walters: Morton
Washington S, Chicago 4.
CHICAGO. July 17. Washington
made it two straight from Chicago
today by bunching hits off Fiber.
John J. "Lefty" Sullivan, a local semi
professional pitcher. Joined the White
Sox, and Grover Lowdermilk quit the
club, telling Manager Gleason that he
was unable to win games for the Sox.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Wash'gton. 9 17 ;ChIcago 4 1
Batteries Shaw and Gharrity; Faber
Five Harness Events Scheduled.
- CENTRAL! A. Wash.. July 17. Five
harness events will be on the race mat
inee programme at the southwest I
Washington fair grounds to be given I
tomorrow under the auspices of the
Horsemen's Driving club. The club has
Issued a special invitation to Portland
horsemen to participate.
WIXGED M AQUATIC TEAM OFF
Multnomah Club Swimmers Leave
for Pacific Northwest Meet.
Ten swimmers and divers of the
Multnomah Amateur Athletic club, ac
companied by Swimming Instructor
Jack' Cody will leave today tor Vic
toria, B. C, where they will compete
In the Pacific Northwest association
outdoor swimming championships to be
held in that city tomorrow. Last year
at Victoria. . Cody and his team of
winged ils water experts had little
trouble in walking off with the meet.
This year they expect stronger com
petition, as the Crystal Pool club of
Seattle Is sending 14 of her best swim
mers and divers to the championship
The following Multnomah club swim
mers will make the trip north: O. J.
Hosford. Myron Wilsey. Albert Ene
grene. Collie Wheeler, W. H, Buckland,
"Happy" Kuehn. Louis Balbach. Mra.
Constance Meyers, Miss Thelma Payne,
and Locke "Brownie" Webster.
GAME PRESERVATION" IS GOAL
Chehalls Rod and Gun Club to Join
CHEHALIS. Wash.. July 17. Spe
ical.) The Chehalls Rod and Gun club,
of which G. L. Thacker. a Chehalls
attorney is president, voted to become
a part of the State Sportsmen's asso
ciation. Secretary Nason of the state
association was present at a well
attended local meeting. There was in
attendance a delegation of eight from
Hoqulam. headed by F. W. Mathias.
who formerly lived In 'Chehalls. The:
Chehalls Rod and Gun club expects to
co-operate with the State Sportsmen's
association, game wardens and other
agencies Interested In preserving the
game Interests of this section of the
A membership 'drive will be put on.
and it is hoped to obtain from 300 to
&00 . new members, with branches In
Nspsvine. Winlock. Vader and Toledo.
Through a misunderstanding, all the
coupons were not released
FROM THE BALLOOX
at Columbia Beach last Sunday. The
balance of them will be released next
Sunday, and the announcement of
the winning number made next week.
HOLD ON TO YOUR COUPON
It may be the lucky number that will
entitle you to a $;JO.OO SUIT at ray
1 s. r - w-
WHEN a woman player tops her
ball she knows It the instant she
hears the sound of impact and she is
not at all surprised to see the ball
skipping along over the grass Instead
of soaring In the air. At the time she
realises that she has raised her head
or has taken her eye off the ball and
has hit the ground with her club and
caught the ball as the club came up.
Whatever the cause of her bad shot
may be, she can Identify it and guard
against repeatlnc the error another
When a player Is slicing, however,
she is apt to have a helpless and hope
less feeling, because the reason she is
doing it is not so evident as It is when
she tops her ball, and she Is apt to keep
on slicing drive after drive without
being able to correct her fault. If a
player finds she is slicing frequently
she should take a box of balls to the
practice grounds and engage a profes
sional teacher to show her where she
is in error and how to' correct her mis
takes. If a teacher is not available and she
Is obliged to work out her difficulties
for herself, she will probably find on
analysing her swing that she is either
bringing her hands through In advance
of the head of the club or that she Is
allowing the clubhead to go outside of
the line between hole and ball produced
and. consequently, bringing the club
head In across the bail so that its face
meets the ball with a glancing blow.
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