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THE 3IORNIXG OREGONIAX, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920
BEAVERS TO OPEN
Hard Sledding in Prospect
While on Visit.
ANGELS-SEALS DUE NEXT
Lopsided Schedule Puts Same
Tc-ains iu Aclion After Short
ru-ifir at league Standings.
W. I., ret. I W. L. Pet.
EanFriD'o 1! 12 .(.l.'S'Salt Lake. 1616. 50
Portland.. 1 1 I ..1U3.J .ok A ncelcs 151H.4!4
Vernon.... 1 0 1 ." ."."'. Sacramento 13 1!) ."
Oaklajid.. 18 l. .545iScattle M 21 .300
No games teams traveling.
You enn't figure them. "With Walter
McCredie and his Hock of Beavers
scurrying their way noulh to Loa
Angeles, where they wiil tangle with
the Angels this week, the fans are
sitting back, drawing a deep breath
and wondering what it is all about
and when they will wake. up.
..Portland staged a regular Stanley
Ketchell in Seattle last week and
trimmed the Siwashes she' straight,
which did a great bit toward atoneing
for the lambasting ' they took from
the Seals here the series before, when
the Beavers were on the'wrong end
of the six straight. ' . '
Ans;rl Uin'crent t han Itainiera.
The relentless Beavers larruped
their way from fifth to second place
as the result of the assault on the
Pitiful Purple Sox but will be bump
ing into another tough customer when
they tackle "Wade" Killefer's crew
in the cafeteria city tomorrow after
noon. Owing to the long jump from
Seattle to Los Angeles the Portland
Los Angeles series could not get
under way until Wednesday. Morn
ing and afternoon games will be
played Sunday and today's gime will
be played off next Alonday as the
Beavers have only the short jump
from Los Angeles to San Francisco,
where thev will have an ODPortunity
to uct sweet revenge on Charley
.Only two weeks have elapsed since
the Beavers engaged the Angels on
the local lot and now they meet in
a return date. The schedule seems
out of order but it is too late now
to figure Portland will have to
tackle San .Francisco again before
they get a crack at either Vernon or
Oakland this season. All wrong,
Luke, all wrong.
All Pray for Lack.
Evidently the McCredics will amble
along for several more days without
any sleepless nights as experienced
when San Francisco held the Vaughn
street trench. No new players have
shown their domes on the horizon and
it looks like more luck in copious
quantities will be needed to carry the
Beavers over the Angels and Seals.
Of course the pitching staff looked
like . John V. Rockefeller's bank roll
against Seattle and may hit about
the same size against Los Angeles.
They say if you laugh you will
grow fat. Eddie Jleer is laughing at
the expense of the San Francisco
club management. In the deal that
gave the Seals Love and Yelle, De
troit took an option on anything that
sports a San Francisco uniform. And
right now the former Salt Lake man
ager, as a scout for the Tigers, is
chuckling to himself and debating
which the Seals' promising young
sters he will grab.
Likely loungattra Known.
Willie Kamm, who holds down
third base, and Outfielders Connolly
and O'Connell, are the three young
sters who Herr believes are bound
to reach the majors one of these
days. It is up to Herr to decide for
the lowly Tigers which player would
be best for Detroit to take before
the start of the next drafting season.
At the present Kamm is in the
lead, as the Bengaleers need infield
ers more than outfielders.
It is a right-handed doughnut to
a hand-carved match that both Del
Howard and Cal Ewing are bemoan
ing the fates that led them to lend
an ear to Frank Schellenback's plea
that he be allowed to . play In the
south, where he could be near his
Schellenback looks like a sweet
prospect for Vernon.
His great showing recently caused
Bill Essick to go into ecstasies over
tne long fellow. Despite a sore throw
.... ing ram, Schellenback buzzed them by.
fCMSick AinoUBces Squad.
.cssicK intends to carry six pitchers,
two catchers, five infielders and an
. - cuai ii u in uci ui ounieiaers. xnis as
sured "Hap" Morse of a job.
Vinegar Bill is after a backstop
from 1 h mainra -j ,i . 1. :
' J i " uianuig iiu
- Dones over it. The deal for Harry
"Truck" Hannah, giant Yankee, is off,
according to Bill. The Vernon boss
received word from Miller Huggins
that he needed Hannah. Essick is not
after an additional- pitcher and as
serts that when Byron Houck rounds
into shape and Walter Smallwood re
ports he will be well fixed.
DELL LEAVES TIGER TEAM
Catcher Sullivan and Pitcher Ross
Released by Essick.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. May 10.
"Wrheezer" Dell, Vernon pitcher, has
given up baseball to engage in busi
ness in Utah, it became known here
tonight. He left here last night for
ait baKe vity.
Manager '"Bill" Essick of Vernon
released Catcher "Pep" Sullivan out
right, and told Sam Ross, pitcher, to
mane a aeai ior nimself."
REDS TO RAISE FLAG MAY 2 2
World's Champion Pennant to Fly
aiay iz. nas been announced by
President August Herrmann of the
Cincinnati National league baseball
club as the date on which the 1919
world championship pennant ' will be
noistca at neaiand Held.
ine .National league banner, the
lirst ever won by a Cincinnati club,
will be raised May 11.
Vapderbilt Leads France in Wins,
PARIS. May 10. William K. Van-
derbilt heads the list of winning
owners In flat racing in France, with
240,000 francs won in stakes. A. C.
Macomber is sixth, with, 90,000 france.
Frank O'Neill of St. Louis is the lead
ing jockey of the French turf, with
31 -winning mounts.
AVashJngton State Beats Whitman.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.. May 10
Washington State college defeated
Whitman college in baseball today,
1 to 0. The State college team played
almost errorless ball, while Whitman
men sot rattled in the pinches.
Ill Bet i ConjtaiO
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AMV OTHER BftSKET
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ATHLETICS DROP GAME
LOUIS AMERICANS LOSE
Fast Playing Features League Con
test at Boston With Hoover
as Baiting Star.
BOSTON", May 10. Harper held
Philadelphia to two hits today in hie
first start of the season, Boston win
ning, 7 to 1. Hoover doubled twice
and singled twice in four times at
With Mclnnis on first and Hendryx
on second and none out in the sev
enth. Dykes caught Foster's liner,
throwing to Galloway, who threw to
Griffin for a triple play. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Phila 1 7 SIBofcton 7 13 3
Batteries Perry, Eckert. Moore
and Perkins; Harper and Schang.
Cleveland 7, St. Louis 3.
CLEVELAND, May 10. Cleveland
defeated St. Louis today, 7 to 3, in
the play-off of a postponed game.
Bagby wa.3 hit hard, but not when
hits meant runs. Davis, the first of
three pitchers used by St. Louis, was
wild, his passes being followed by
hits. Bagby hit a home run over the
right field wall. The score:
R. 11. E. R. H. E.
St. Louis... I 13 2Cleveland. .7 10 1
Batteries Davis, Sanders, Bayne
and Severeid; Bagby and O'Neill.
BECKETT AGAIN K. O.'s WELLS
Battle lor British Heavy Title Ends
in Third Round.
LONDON, May 10. Beckett, the
English heavyweight boxer, knocked
out Bombardier Wells, another. Brit
ish pugilist, in the third round of a
match for the heavyweight champion
ship of England tonight.
This is the second victory of Beck
ett over Wells. In their first match,
February 27, 1919, Beckett knocked
Wells out in the fifth round.
Both men looked fit. Wells forced
the pace at th,e outset and had some
what the better of the first round.
In the second Beckett drove his op
ponent to the boards with a left jolt
for a count of nine. But Wells again
came back hard.
In the third Beckett again adopted
rushing tactics, only to be met by
Wells' famous lert. tsut tsecKect s
strength prevailed, and finally landed
terrific right to the jaw, flooring
Wells, who was counted out.
BAY STATE FAVORS BOXING
Bill to Legalize Sport Hits at Wild
cat Fight Clubs.
A movement . to legalize boxing in
Massachusetts has gained such head
way that the legislative committee on
legal affairs is expected at any mo
ment to take action on a bill embody
ing approved methods of controlling
the .sport. The bill will provide for
a state commission of three members.
for the licensing of clubs, referees,
participants and timekeepers, and
will place a limit to the number of
rounds to be permitted. In a tenta
tive measure submitted to the com
mittee, one provision contains a ref
erendum to cities and towns, similar
to that in the Sunday sports bill. The
bill aims: to do away with "wildcat"
National Ieague Standings.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Hoston 9 5 .643lChlcatro. . . 10 12 .455
Cincinnati. 13 8 .619! Phlladelp'a 9 11 .450
Brooklyn.. 10 8 .536:St. Louis. . 8 11 .421
Pittsburg. 10 9 .526.New York, 6 11 .333
American League 8tandiajrs.
W. L. Pet.! W. T Pot.
meveiand.. 15 0 .714lSt. Louis. . . 9 10 .474
"Boston.... 14 6 .700New York. . 9 11 .450
Chicago... 11 7 .61 II Phlladelp'a 6 12 .333
Washington 8 8 .500! Detroit 4 16 .200
International League Standings.
W. LxPct.l W. L. Pet.
Vancouver.. 3 1 -750Victoria 2 3 .400
Spokane.... 3 2 .Boot Yakima 2 3 .400
Tacoma 3 2 .B00 Seattle 13 .230
How the Series Ended, i
At Seattle no game, Portland 6 games':
at Salt Lake 4 games, Sacramento 3
games; at Los Angeles, Vernon 5 games,
Oakland 2 games; at San Francisco 2
games, Los Angeles 5 games.
Where the Teams Play This Week.
Fortlana at Los Angeles; Seattle at
ban Jranclsco, Vernon at Sacramento;
Oakland at Salt Lake.
Where the Trams Play Next Week.
Seattle at Los Angeles; Portland at San
Francisco; Oakland, at Sacramento; Ver
non at csan jiaae.
Beaver Batting ATrrages.
, BH. Ave B.H.Ave.
Pehroeder l.i 4 .366.Toncs .... 11 3 75
Wister'l ..106 36 .33!tBaker 40 11 !27.1
S. Johnson 3 1 .3::3!Spranger... 90 20 !ij22
Ivoehler .. 72 24 .33:iUuney 15 3 .200
10s in .rf-i 1 naiuo 11 2 .182
Maisel 67 21 ,315'Siglin 35 6 .171
nine msai ,.a4,Kiiig(ion.,. 8'J 14 .136
Suther'd.. 30 DO .300lPolson 13 .i.n
ecnauier . -iuo-J .i01it-uyior...j,j. 13 1 .077
WONDER WHAT THE WASTE
YOU OU6MT To Sc6
VAHATo 1M ThT LOv
LETTER That . WAS
ThROVAJpJ irJ . HffRE To ME
This morm irv6 - - The.
Stcmog, Threw tT im
AMt) Tore, it imt& -smaU-bits
HOW I Jt SH HE UJfiULD
ThROUJ HtS Cl6AR5TT
"Butts To old George
cu5pidor ! what
he's For - partly;
OrWe PAV I CAUGHT FIRff
Just his Giuiroc-i
fMC A Ct6Rt"rTE:'B(jTT
THAT VtfAiW'T" OUT
boxing clubs and to provide for clean,
well-regulated sport, where chances
of "framing" an exhibition will be
eliminated. It Is proposed to provide
for a bond of $5000 for all clubs, and
a percentage of the box office receipts
will go to the state. After the ex
penses of the commission are paid
this money will h returned to the
cities and towns of the common
wealth. DAVIS WINS AGAINST ARLETA
Brown Pitches Team to Tenth
Straight Season Win.
The Davis grammar school team,
champions of section four of the
grammar school league, won its first
game in the championship series for
the city title yesterday against Arleta
by a score of 12 to 11. The game was
played on the Vaughn street grounds.
Walter "Red" Brown of the Davis
nine pitched his team to its tenth con
secutive win this season, and in addi
tion rapped out a home run in the
Elmer Darden. who twirled for
Arleta, turned back the first three
batters by the strikeout route. Mel
vln Fray. catching for Arleta,
slammed out a circuit clout.
.-"Davis will clash- with the Kerm
team Wednesday afternoon.
Two other championship games for
the city title resulted as follows:
Shattuck defeated Kerns on the Rich
mond school grounds. 7 to 6. and
Shaver won from Elliott, 9 to 7.
Wallle" Ptpp of YaDkeeM, one
of America's best first base
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PIRATES BEAT PHILLIES
PITTSUL'RG NATIONALS TOP 3
TO 1 SCORE.
Cooper Holds Philadelphia to Four
Hits but Is Guilty or Hit
ting Three Batsmen.
PITTSBURG, May 10. Pittsburg
defeated Philadelphia today, 3 to 1, in
the first game of the season.
Cooper held the visitors to four hita
and although he did not issue a base
on balls was guilty of hitting three
batsmen w-ith pitched balls. Causey
was hard hit and soon gave way to
CantwelL The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Phila 1 4 21Pittsburg..3 7 0
Batteries Causey, Cantwell and
Wheat; Cooper and Schmidt.
OLYMPIC GOLF IS POSTPONED
German Damage to Antwerp Links
Not Repaired in Time.
NEW TORK, May 10. Because of
damage caused by the German armies
it will be impossible to have the
Antwerp links ready for the Olympic
tournament before July 12, according
to word received today from Belgium
by W. D. Vanderpool, secretary of the
United States Golf association. The
association bad requested that the
date be advanced.
Vanderpool has entered the follow
ng golfers for the amateur cham
pionship of Great Britain, to be held
at Muirfield, Scotland, June 7: Nelson
Whitney, Samuel J. Graham, Stewart
Stlckney, Findlay S. Douglas, F. C.
Newton. H. W. Maxwell Jr.'and Rob
ert A. Gardner.
BORLESKE DECLINES OFFER
Whitman Couch to Remain and
Gets Heavy Backing. -WALLA
WALLA. Wash., May 10.
V. R. Borleske, coach at Whitman
college, announced tonight that he
had declined an offer to coach foot
ball at Grinnell college. Iowa, and
will remain with Whitman. Mr. Bor
leske recently declined an offer at
Grinnell, but transportation was sent
him to inspect the school. He re
turned from Grinnell today.
A large delegation of business men
went to Whitman college today to
urge that Mr. Borleske's recommenda
tions for longer athletic trips be
granted, and also urged upon Mr.
Borleske- to stay. .
TWO SCHOOL GAMES TODAY
East and West Side Contests to
Draw Young Fans.
A double-header is on tap this af
ternoon in the interscholastic league
with the Benson and Commerce teams
crossing bats on the East Twelfth
and Davis street lots, while Columbia
and Washington meet on Multnomah
field. The latter contest is a regular
scheduled affair, while Benson and
Commerce will play off a game post
poned frorrf earlier in the season.
Benson will play its second game
of the week Thursday afternoon
against the Lincoln aggregation on
On the Alleys.
HPHE Automotive league just closed
X a most successful season on the
Oregon alleys, with the Ballou &
Wright team now in full possession
of a handsome silver cup, which the
six teams had been striving for dur
ing the past seven . months. Consist
ent rolling won for the Ballou &
The real fight, however, was for
second place. On the closing night
the George Lawrence company team
rolled into a tie with the Marshall
Wells . and a post-season series de
cided the second berth. Marshall
Wells won, defeating . the George
Lawrence team by 208 pins. In this
match Beckett of Marshall-Wei Is was
high man, with high game of 253 and
high average with 611. The George
Lawrence bunch broke the single
game record in their last game of
the season, piling up the grand score
Shankland and Longcor of the Bal
lou & Wrights and Saub of the George
Lawrence team finished the season
without missing a single game, while
Roberts, Robinson and Bragdon
missed one night only.
All six captains have sent broad
cast the information that next year
oh, well, they all expected to win
this year, too.
lieorge Henry roiled tne nigh in
dividual game, with 263. Erickson
was second high, with 255, and Hinz
and Saub tied for ' third, with 251
OH '- I HE A LOT OP
ThiMSS HAtoDED ME Ci6a
Stubs- .:ATPLe coses -
ORAN6E. PEEL -AlsitJ OMS
j?av Ttae 'Boss TtARevj
Hi-S oi-E GOTeW Tome..
IAJHAT I'LL. '(SET
a Life amD On houj
t ArJTiCtPATe- The ,
each. In the individual three games
Henry also took first place, with 678.
Jones finished second, with 6S5, and
Shankland. with 64S, was third. High
score single team game goes to the
George Lawrence team, with 993, and
high score three games was held by
Ballou & Wright, with 2710.
Games. Pin?. Avf
Roberts. O-L. . . ... .
Hinz, G-L . .
8 12.70S sn
1 S o.-J.".7 1 XO
7 4,844 IT'.l
44 7.7SI 176
45 S.r-'l 17
90 13.73! 174
4-J 7,'2..-. 1 7-J
S4 14.4-.'9 171
f.7 14.932 171
48 8.194 17U
78 lS.L'TS 170
lit 3,381 170
90 15.l 1US
S7 14.677 16S
88 14.4!S H
K4 9,114 IliS
6o lO.nOA 17
KO 9.B.-.4 J K.)
:t: 3.4.!.-. 1
4 10.39'J 12
90 14.579 16t
84 13.591 IB!
83 13.374 ll
76 1L',1'(4 1H0
81 12.977 160
HO 4.700 ISO
31 4.8S1 157
BO 9.2S3 154
6 10.199 15 1
45 6.8i5 15.:
K9 12.S7S 144
81 11,719 141
37 3,:;2rt 143
BO 8,436 140
83 11.674 140
85 11.6H9 137
87 11.351 130
The following are the complete rec
ords for the season:
O S S 1 "A "8
' " .' o ? S-
an y J, 3
'. ; O
'. ' 3 '.
B. & W.. .
M.-W. . . .
. .110 9
1517:63;. 700:74.201 823
9 14'5l!.566 73.4B! S16
IO; 1 1 !4 3l.500l 71.1971791
.. 91351. 88Si70.824 787
9 . . 231.277167.263,747
G. L. Co..
R.-S. Co. .
n . .
Rose City Bowling Lcaa-ue.
Individual pin averages up to and
including April 1 are as follows:
Player. Team. Games. Pins. Ave.
Mlms, Pacific Coast
0 1 8.973 1 73
64 31.077 173
69 11.811 171
57 9.BS9 170
72 12.202 1B9
27 4.520 167
3 500 167
73 12.443 168
.". 10.442 IBM
4:t 7.OX0 15
. .".! 6.344 163
, 65 10.51S 162
. 7 11.7K7' 161
. 66 10.6O9 161
. 72 11.531 1B0
. 72 11.522 10
, 38 3.751 160
. 27 4.316 160
. 13 2.44)2 160
1 1 BO 160
. 37 9.062 15!
. 30 4.757 153
. 75 11.971 158
. 51 8.080 138
. 13 2.373 138
. 27 4.233 137
t 69 . 10.7:12 156
. 3 467 13H
. 68 IO. 654 154
. 44 6.756 154
. 36 5.33.1 154
. 53 8.105 152
. 72 10.8S4 151
. 52 7.8:U 151
. 72 10.797 loo
. 60 8.966 149
. 30 4.478 149
. 42 tt.219 148
. 40 5.898 147
. ". 5.249 146
.03 7.704 143
. 22 3.182 145
. 3 433 144
. 39 5.445 140
. 12 1.B50 138
. 13 2.055 137
. S 677 135
. 3 402 134
. 4 526 131
. 3 3fl4 131
1. 47 5.906 126
. 10 1:194, 119
, . 12 2162 180
, . 12 2081 173
. . 18 3036 168
. 21 3321 167
. . 21 3423 1113
,. 21 3419 163
. . 18 2878 160
. . 15 2399 1 60
. . 9 14.19 160
. . 15 2356 137
. . 18 2807 1.16
. . 13 2318 131
. . 21 3163 150
. . 21 3120 14!
. . 21 3075 146
. . 20 2027 140
. . 15 2187 140
. . 6 840 140
Mahoney. R. T., Auditors.
Brunvold. Pacific Coast..
McConnell, Pacific coast.
Flannigan. St. Nicholas..
Franzeen, Victorias .....
Boydston. Speedwells ....
Coe. A. E.. St. Nlchofas.
Cole. Imperials .........
Lear. Auditors .........
Wilkinson, Auditors ....
Harsh berger. Pacific Coas
Duncan. St. Nicholas ....
Coe. J. H., St. Nicholas.
Anderson, Pacific Coast.
Johnson. Pacific Coast...
Coe. F. L., St. Nicholas. .
Ingman. Speedwells ...
Wilkerson. Victorias ...
Streijfht. Victorias ....
Meade. Auditors .......
Cushman, D. H.. St. Nic
I.ongley. Speedwells ...
Metschan. Imperials ...
Gilmartin. Imperials . .
Metcalfe. Pacific Coast
Miller. Pacific Coast ...
kStreight. Pacific Coast
Mahoney. W. A. AudJtoi
M urdock ......
GREGG ON ALBERTA RANCH
Former Clarkston Plasterer Spurns
Offer From Ball Clubs.
CALGART, Alta.. May 1. Vean
Gregg, formerly Spokane Indian, who
deserted baseball for an Alberta farm,
has refused several offers to return
to organized baseball this season.
The latest offer was from the Sacra
mento club of the Pacific Coast
league, which failed to draw the
former star left-hander out of retire
ment. Gregg quit the game last year
after he had played a season in the
Phillies Up and Coining:.
There have been many surprises for
the ball fans so far this season, but
none has been more notabL than that
furnished by the hustling Phillies
uruler Gavvy Cravath. The Phils had
been touted to run backward from
the first tap of the gong.
first Flight Qualifies for Di
VANCOUVER TEAM NAMED
Millard Rosenblatt, Tualatin Cham
pion Scores "Win Over Jack Ne
ville, California Champ.
With a field of over 40 golfers par
ticipating in the qualifying round of
the director's cup tournament at the
Portland Golf club Sunday, competi
tion was exceedingly keen among the
tinksmen who wero striving to turn
in a card that would. land them
among the first 16. C. . C. Gross
turned in the low net score of the
day of 73 and Rudolph Wilhelm's
gross card of 73 was not touched by
any of the other golfers
Sixteen players qualified for the
first flight and these men have been
matched for the first elimination
rourvd for the director's cup which
will be played off this week. The
playeTS who did not qualify for the
first flight have been placed in
flights according to their scores with
prizes up for the winners of each
Vancouver Team Named.
Walter H. Nash, chairman of the
handicap committee at the Portland
Golf club, has named the following
men: Rudolph Wiihclm. Dr. O. F.
Willing, Roscoe Fawcett and Krccll
Kay, to represent the club in the C.
H. Davis Jr., cup competition at -the
Pacific Northwest Golf association
which will be held at Vancouver. B.
C. during the week cf July 6-10.
Following are the scores of the
players who qualified for the first
flight in the director's club competi
Dr. S. S. Skiff
1. W. Humphreys.........
George .1. Janes
V. W. Schade
Max rentilini ............ .
J. J. t'onnins. ............ .
C C. Gross
A P. Dobpon
102 21 SI
SS 12 76
86 1 1 75
105 24 81
PS 1 8 77
105 25 80
86 13 73
no is 78
78 3 75
s:t . 7 7
85 11 74
IM) 14 76
98 17 81
5 14 81
n.5 14 81
99 IS 81
C. B. Lynn
C N. Sa m pson ......
George P. Washburn.......
L.. w. smith
Elimination Palrincs Announced".
The pairings for the first elimina
tion round follow:
First flight C. C. Gross vs. A. P.
Dobson; L. W. Humphreys vs. J. Cop
land; C. N. Sampson vs. G. P. Wash
burn; George J. Janes vs. Dr. S. S.
Skiff; Rudolph Wilhelm vs. F. W.
Schade; E. Kay vs. George Gammie;
Max Dentilini vs. L. W. Smith; C. B.
Lynn vs. J. J. Connins.
Second flight E. M. Eldridge vs. C.
C. Wintermute; George Schaefcr vs.
Fred Hyskell; E. ,J. SkolUrd vs.
George F. Anderson: Dr. R. C. McDan
iels vs. Wralter H. Nash.
Third flight C. A. Sharp vs. J. H.
Lambert; J. C. McKuehn vs. W. I. Cole;
C. A. Sharp vs. J. li. Lambert: S. W.
Henchy vs. H. B. Williams; J. C. Story
vs. C. W. Myers.
Fourth flight Dr. A. D Cage vs.
W. N. Steudler; H. B. Robinson vs. S.
C. Holbrook; F. A. Heitkemper, bye;
George F. Ashbury vs. Dean Hyskell.
Millard Rosenblatt, Tualatin Coun
try club champion, who is at present
attending Stanford University, is
gaining considerable golfing distinc
tion around the Bay city, his latest
achievement being a victory over
John F. Neville, who right now is in
the prime of his golfing career. The
match, which was won by Rosenblatt
4 ud and 3. was the final of the
Beresford Country club's member
guest tournament. Neville, who holds
the California state championship,
conceded the young Tualatin star a
handicap of three holes up.
AMERICAN GOLFER INJURED
Woman Contender in British Play
NEW CASTLE, Ireland, May 10.
Appearance of the American entrants
in the preliminary to the British
ladies' golf championship tournament
today aroused great interest.
The low medal score, 184. was
turned in by Cecil Leitch. a British
player. Miss Mildred Caverly of the
American team, had a score of 87.
An accident to Rosamond Sherwood,
who ran a stake into her foot while
vaulting a fence, has discouraged the
Americans, who believe her elimina
tion greatly reduces their chances to
OREGON- MEN OFF TO MEET
Seven Athletes to Figure in Dual
EUGENE, Or.. May 10. Seven Uni
versity of Oregon, athletes will leave
Eugene tomorrow afternoon for Palo
Alto, Cal., where they will meet Stan
ford university in a dual track meet
Coach Bill Hayward this afternoon
selected the following men to make
the trip: Captain Henry Foster, speed
events: Kenneth Bartlett. discus and
weights: Leith Abbott, 880-yard dash;
Dick Sunderleaf, 440-yard dash; Glenn
Wallaley. mile run; Harold Har
greaves, high and broad jumps and
javelin, and Wayne Akers, mile run.
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RACE GAMBLING IS OPPOSED
Senate Hears Evidence Against Use
of Form Charts.
WASHINGTON, May 10. A drive
against what they characterized as
the "race gambling monopoly" was
opened today by representatives of
organizations seeking to abolish race
track gambling. Hearings were be
gun before the senate judiciary com
mittee on the Sims-Sterling bill to
prohibit transmission in interstate
commerce or through mails of race
track odds or other news. The house
interstate commerce committee will
hear the delegation tomorrow.
S MAJOR LEAGUERS FINED
William Killifer of Chicago Xa-
tionals Assessed $50.
NEW YORK, May 10. Fines were
levied on three National league ball
players by President John Heydler.
William Killifer of Chicago and
Charles Stengel of Philadelphia, each
was fined S550, and Toney Boeckel of
Killifer was charged with delaying
a game, Stengel with arguing with
umpires, and boeckel with dieorderly
actitfhs on the field.
LONDOS THROWS MARTINSON
Greek Champion Scores Two Falls
With Ha miner lock.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. May 10. Jim
Londos, Greek mat champion of the
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world, defeated Paul Martinson of
Chicago in two straight falls in one
hour and 36 minutes here tonight.
Londos, who started his wrestling ca
reer In this city three years ago, was
given an ovation when he appeared
on the mat.
The first fall was obtained with a
hammerlock. Martinson giving up the
fall rather than have the hold forced.
The second fall came after 28 min
utes' wrestling and was obtained with
Londos weighed in at ringside at
190 pounds and Martinson at 224.
HORSES RACE AFTER DARK
Philippine Ponies Are Matched
Under Electric Lights.
MANILA. V. I., May 10. Horse rac
ing after dark has become popular
here and draws large crowds to the
electric lighted tracks. Sometimes
the last event is not finished until
after 11:30 o'clock P. M. From 9
o'clock A. M.. until 11 P. M. on the
first Sunday of every month and on
all legal holidays, except during the
rainy season, from June to October,
racing meets are held here.
The entrants are native ponies,
from 47 to 53 inches in height, ex
cept for a few horses imported from
Australia. Some of the ponies are
so small that the jockeys' legs must
be strapped up to prevent their feet
dragging on the ground.
"Rick," a pony that was discovered
hauling a carrameta or native cab
here and purchased by his present
owner for $250, is credited with liv
ing won $25,000 in purses on the
track during the past year. Purses
range from $125 to $1000 for the big
Tacoma Takes Opening Game.
VANCOUVER. B. C, May 10. Ta
coma outplayed Vancouver in all de
partments today and took the opening
game of the series by a score of 11
to 3. Catcher Stevens of the Tacoma
team was the star of the game, get
ting three hits and driving in seven
runs. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Tacoma. ... 11 10 2V"ancouver . ..3 8 5
Batteries Cole and Stevens: Rapp,
Schindler. Nofziger and Patterson.
Pinch Hitting Wins Games.
With each successive season pinch
hitting seems to become more essen
tial in the winning of ball games. A
team with a hitter who can deliver
in a pinch is surely a lucky outfit.
Evcrs Signs With Giants.
TROY, N. Y., May 10. Announce
ment was made here Saturday night
that John J. Evers had signed up as
assistant-manager of the New York
National league baseball team.
Negro Gpuple to Marry.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. May 10
fSpecial.) Leonard Lyons. 26. and
Orelia B. Poris, 22, negro residents
of Portland, obtained a marriage li
cense here today. The witness was
Julia Johnson, 1064 Thurman street,
Lebanon Athletes Celebrate.
LEBANON. Or., May 10. (Special.)
The Lebanon high school had a
rally today to celebrate their victory
Saturday in the Linn county high
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