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TIIE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, rniB.VT, ArRIL 16, 1020
EUGENE TRAINING BROKEN
MOOSEJAW PLAYERS TO GO TO
SALEM FOR SERIES.
iDall Team to Journey Xorth Last
of April for Opening of Cana
dian League on May 1.
UNIVERSITY OK OREGON, Ku
rene, April 15. (.Special.) With the
conclusion of Nick Williams' stay in
Eunene. for a Bcrlcs of practice games
with the University of Oregon nine,
be will talte his Moosejaw players to
Salem, where they wir practice dur
ing the week of April 16 to II. After
the series in Salem, the Canadian
league team will play three days in
Spokane, from April 23 to 26. and In
i.'m.,'.'Min Hat. Canada, on Aeril 30
and May 1. The season in the Cana
dian league opens May 3.
Nick Williams, who was formerly
manager of the Portland Colts, in the
now extinct Northwestern league, has
12 players with him in Kucne, and
hfc expects to pick a dozen or so De
fore the season opens in Canada. At
present he has only two pitchers with
him. but expects to add (Jeorse
Schwartz of Portland, who has had
considerable experience in tho coast
league, and William Lester, who wa3
with, the Beavers during the train
ing season. Keough of Huluth and
I.ibke of Astoria, an ex-Beaver, are
the two who are working out at pres
ent. Williams draws from Portland,
Sacramento and San Francisco In the
coast league, and expects more
moundsmen from that source.
Three catchers are listed on Wil
liams" roster at present, Griffith of
Sacramento, Armspiger of Camp Lewis
and Shoots of Portland, formerly with
Spokane in the International league.
Baird, an cx-Tacoma. player, is cov
ering first for the dominion pliyers:
Corrigan, ex-Victoria, second; King of
Winnipeg, short, and Reipl of Port
land is holding down third. Denny
Williams of Portland is the only out
fielder at present with the crew. Frye
of Grants Pass is being tried out at
short and in the box.
Bob Marshall, a catcher, of Portland,
an ex-Yankee player, who has p!ayod
with several class A teams, la ex
pected to Join the team soon.
All of the games of the Canadian
league are what Is known ar) twilight
games, being played late in the aft
ernoon, so as to insure a laror at
tendance. Besides this. We.lnosdiy
afternoon and Saturday afternoon are
half holidays in Canada.
The Moosejaw team got but little
practice with the Oregon varsity. Kain
Interfered with most of the earlier
games, and the field was ko wet and
muddy that the leaguers coul-S get but
little results In the way of workouts.
ECGEXE CLUBHOUSE PLANNED
Lane Sportsmen's Association
Roaches Decision at Sleeting.
EUGENE. Or., April 15. (Special.)
-A clubhouse will be built on the
new game farm near Eusene at once,
according to a decision at a meeting
of the new Lane County Sportsmen's
association here last night at which
the organization was completed. It
is planned to make the local associa
tion one of the strongest in the north
west. Plans also were launched last night
to build an artificial lake on the game
farm for fly casting and it is prob
able that tournaments In this sport
will be held there. Trap shooting
grounds will be laid out. Upon com
pletion of these improvements, the as
sociation will hold a reception to
which sportsmen from all over the
late will be invited.
The farm residence, on the place
will be remodeled and used as a clubhouse.
PHILOMATH DEFEATS ALSEA
Final Game of Basketball Season
Won by Score of 22 to 18.
PHILOMATH, Or., April 15. (Spe
cial.) in a return match game with
the Alsea basketball team Wednes
day the Philomath high school play
ers won out by a score of 22 to 18.
Philomath outplayed the visitors all
the way, Alsea making only two field
baskets, the remainder of its score
being the result of annexed fouls.
This same ended the basketball
season for Philomath and Alsea. Pro
fessor Lance, physical director of the
Philomath schools, feels proud of the
record made, as the Philomath team
has lost but two games during the
entire season. The line-up:
Post (10) P"
I'lunkett (12) p.
Brady ' "i '
thorities and fans could hardly un
derstand the winning of the national
title by a western girl for three years
hand running," said Cody yesterday.
The Multnomah club will not send
a water polo team to the nattoui
championships at San Francisco as
the expense and the fact that the local
boys, while they are considered to be
the best team in the northwest, have
not had the experience necessary to
make them contenders for the na
tional title, are given as the reasons.
Maccabees Plan Ball Circuit.
ALBANY, Or., April 15. (Special.)
A baseball league of teams repre
senting the lodges of Knights of the
Maccabees in Albany, Corvallis, Jef
ferson and Mill City la in prospect.
The local lodge has taken the initia
tive in forming the organization.
CONTINUOUS BALL SURE
PLANS PROVIDE FOR GAMES
EVERY SUNDAY OF SEASON.
When Beavers Arc Not at Home,
Semi-Pro Teams Will Have Use
of Vaughn-Street Park. .
Portland fans will be treated to
continuous Sunday ball of either
semi-pro or professional brand, ac
cording to the plans now being
(mapped out by the Portland Baseball
association. During the Sundays that
the Portland Beavers are on the road.
the Vaughn street lot will be turned
over to the semi-pro tossers for the
staging of a regular scheduled inter
city league contest. Si Simonsen,
secretary of the Portland Baseball as
sociation, obtained the use of the
Portland field yesterday after a con
ference with Judge McCredie.
Five. local teams and five out-of-town
nines will probably be entered
in the intercity league, and the
"buHhers" promise to dish up some
fast ball for the fans. Sherwood,
home of Del Baker. Beaver catcher,
is entering an aggregation in the cir
cuit, and on the team will be two
other members of the Baker family,
"Chick" Baker, brother of Del, who is
captain of the team and will also do
the receiving, and Tom Baker, anoth
er, who is slated to work on the
The semi-pro season will open of
ficially this Sunday when the Kirk
patricks and Multnomah Guards clash
on the Vaughn street grounds, at 2
o'clock. Kd Rankin will umpire the
It is planned to precede the game
with a parade headed by the Multno
mah Guard band.
Why Wear a
IDAHO MAN ON SHELL CREAV
Personnel of California and Stan
ford Teams Given Out.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 15. Per
sonnel of the crews In the annual
regatta of Stanford university and
the University of California was an
The average weight of the Cardinal
oarsmen is 171 pounds, as compared
with an average of 370 pounds for
the state university men. Three races
will be rowed on the Oakland estuary
Saturday morning, a second varsity
and a freshman race, each of two
miles and a varsity race of three
miles. K. F. Marquardsen of Buhl,
Idaho, in No. 6in the California crew.
Stanford's varsity oarsmen include
A. J. Snow, Boise. Idaho, No. 3 and
J. A. Carey, Madden N. D. No. 2.
Keleree, Lance: Umpire',' Thai-p.
COLLEGE GAMES " POSTPONED
Aggie Willamette Contest Set Back
on Account of Rain.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LLG1Z. Corvallis. April 15. (Special.)
Baseball games scheduled between
the Oregon Aggies and the Willam
ette team for this week-end have been
called off on account of rain. Neither
team has had an opportunity to prac
tice outdoors this week. The games
will be played on April 23 at Salem,
and April 24 at Corvallis.
Games scheduled between the O A
C. Hooks and the Oregon Frosh for
April 17 at Eugene and April 24 at
Corvallis have been postponed indefi
nitely. The Rooks won from Chemawa
Indian school" 4 to 3. They have on
more game with Chemawa and one
each with Eugene and McMinnville
high schools, and Columbia Univer
sity, all to be played on the home
WIRELESS CHESS GAME ENDS
Stoves on Board Hurled Through
Air by Radio.
CHICAGO, April 13. A game of
Ciess by wireless, believed to be the
iirst on record, between Edward Las
ker of Chicago and A. F. Whittaker
of Washington, tonight awaited deci
sion by George Casablanca, pan-
American chess champion, as to the
victor. -The game started at 8 o'clock
last night and ended at 10:25 o'clock
The moves made by the Washing
ton man were telephoned from the
Capital City Chess club to the naval
operator at the Arlington wireless
station. Messages were received at
an amateur s station in Chicago and
relayed to the Illinois Athletic club,
BENSON TECH VICTORIOUS
Grapplcrs Win i'ive Bouts From
Oregon City High School.
OREGON CITY, April 15. (Spe
cial.) Benson Tech school grapplers
of Portland woh five out of seven
bouts from the local high school mat
men in the dual meet in the local
high school gymnasium last night.
Several of the bouts were hotly con
tested and the victors had a hard
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fight to carry off the majority of the
honors. The results follow:
One hundred pounds, Russell of
Oregon City defeated O'Brien of Ben
son; 108 pounds, Laurs of Oregon City
was overweight and forfeited to
Grund of Benson; 315 Pounds. Locke.
Oregon City, won from Harris, Ben
son: 125 pounds, ITaines, Benson, won
from Nixon, Oregon City; 13r. pounds.
Clark, Benson, defeated Bambach.
Oregon City; 145 pounds, Colt, Benson.
won rrom McDonald. Oregon City: 158
pounds. Horn. Benson, defeated Har
bison. Oregon City.
WEATHER HINDERS BASEBALL
Players Warm Up Indoors, but Are
Unable to Hold Practice.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY, Salem,
April 15. (Special.) Two baseball
contests have been scheduled with
Oregon Agricultural college for the
week-end, the first for tomorrow and
the second In Corvallis Saturday, but
weather conditions seem unfavorable
for either game. The local tossers
are warmkig up indoors, but have
been unable to hold a practice for
nearly two weeks.
Spring football is being conducted
under the direction, of Captain Rarey
and will be continued through the
next two weeks. A large squad of
both old and new material is turning
out each day for the workouts.
School Nines to Meet.
ABERDEEN. Wash., April 15.
(Special.) Weatherwax high school
baseball team will meet Montesano at
Montesano Friday afternoon. This
will be the first interscholastic game
of the season for Aberdeen. An ln
terclass track meet is scheduled here
for May 1. Track practice already la
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AMERICANS BLAMED FOR CAR
Bob Martin Wins by K. O.
HUNTINGTON. W. Va., April 15.
Bob Martin, heavyweight champion of
the Amexforce. knocked out "Spike"
McFadden of Philadelphia in the first
round of a scheduled ten-round bout
Mason Outpoints Aslicr.
SPRINGKIELP, III.. April 15.
Frankie Mason of Fort Wayne, Ind..
American flyweight champion, out
pointed Johnnie tBabe) Asher of St.
Louis. In ten rounds here tonight,
according to ringside critics.
Navy Vard Gets New Chief.
WASHINGTON, April 15. Captain
Charles B. McVay was today detailed
to command the Washington navy
yard, succeeding Rear-Admiral A. W.
Grant, who retired yesterday from
active service. The post carries with
it the duties of superintendent of the
naval gun factory here, which the
department plans to make the larg
est in the country, if not in the world.
$3 7 75 FOR LLNX RACE MEET
Purses Announced for Three-Day
Programme at Albany.
ALBANY, Or., April 15. (Special.)
A racing programme of three days,
October 5. 6 and 7. Is being planned
for the Linn county fair this fall and
the purses for professional entries
will be J3775.
The fair here will follow the state
fair at Salem and it is expected many
horses which will enter there will
come here. After the three days' rac
ing for professionals it is planned to
have a one-day programme exclusive
ly for Linn county entries.
The Linn County Fair association is
a member of the North Pacific Rac
ing association and hence will be on
the racing circuit of the North Pa
cific coast. Wayjie H. Stuart of this
nty has charge of the racing pro
gramme. . a
' CODY RETURNS FROM DETROIT
Multnomah Not to Enter Polo
Team in National Tryouts.
Jack Cody, swimming instructor of
the Multnomah Amate r Athletic club
returned yesterda I from Detroit,
where last Saturday lis star pupil,
Miss Thelma Payne, won her third
national fancy diving crown. Otto
Hitter, who is active in eastern Ama
teur Union circles and who was one
of the judges in the last Olympic
CHRies wa one nf tha r.fflnl..l. ;
the meet. "Eastern swimming u
This best-beloved American
classic a $500,000 pro
French Hold Idea That Career of
Pugilist Ends When Ronds of
Matrimony Are Entered.
(Copyright by the New Turk World. Pub
lished by A rrannement. )
PARIS, April 15. Americans have
been blamed for many things In F.u
rope. but the latest cha'rge against
them caps the climax. That is that
Americans are responsible for the re
cent marriage of Georges Carpentler.
The French Idea is that the career of
a pugilist ends when he marries.
There are any number of Frenchmen
who, before Carpentier's wedding,
firmly believed him to be the great
est boxer alive. Now they regard his
chances to defeat Jack Dempsey as
As soon as It became -whispered that
an American had introduced Car
pentler to the girl he married. French
men raised their hands in horror arvd
"Another American plot.
Now Americans are called upon in
barber nhops, restaurants and cafes
to explain their part in bringing
about the Kuropean champion's mar
riage, and they find It difficult to
corrvlnce the Frenchmen that they had
nothing to do with this particular
The fart that Dempsey is married
apparently does not weigh wttli
Frenchmen In their strange reasoning.
Frenchwomen as well as men -fear
that Carpentier's marriage has robbed
France of her best chance to capture
the heavyweight championship of the
But blame Americans aa they -will.
Frenchmen have to admit that the
syiorting instinct of the American and
British soldiers, who were here,
served a good purpose during the war,
and are now producing fine result.
The French aoldiers- rapidly became
fond of football. Now peace reveals
Frenchmen trying to be as good
sports aa are their allies.
The Ministry of War has issued an
order making football practice obliga
tory In, the French army. Special ar
rangements will be made with private
sporting associations to match teams
nf soldiers at football, while grid
irons will be laid out near all the
important military training towns. It
in expected that the ministry of war
will issue a similar order with regard
to boxing. French soldiers are not as
keen for baseball, bo the war ministry
has not yet derided what game it
will order them to play during the
Trout Catches Indifferent.
ABKRDBKN, Wash.. April 15
(Special.) Anglers who have tried
the various trout streams of the
county report only indifferent catches.
Much better success Is expected with
the advent of seasonable weather.
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