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THE MORNING OREGONIAX, TUESDAY, MAT 25, 1920
SS TRDEH NEW
20 Titleholder Also Is High
Krk rickard runner up
ier Blair and Frank Templeton
Trail With Good Marks
for Entire List.
'ats off to J. B. Troeh of Portland.
1 Oregon state trapshooting cham-
l. Troeh blazed his way to that
or by powdering 289 out of a pos
e 300 targets in the state titular
nt, which has been running two
s over the Everding park traps of
Portland Gun club. The new
mpion shattered 193 tar hawks out
200 in the first day's shooting,
iday, and clinched the crown by
aking 96 out of 100 clay pigeons
roen not only won the Oregon
mplonship but also registered the
h average over all the amateurs
ered in the annual Oregon State
pshooters association tournament
h a mark of 482 targets out of 500.
her Blair of Portland turned in the
ond-best score for the three days'
oting, the veteran member of the
tland Gun club breaking 479 out
oo targets thrown during the en
tournament. Frank Templeton
Portland, former state champion.
ced third in the averages for the
ae days' list of events with 475
itered out of 600.
Rickard la Ilnnnr-r-Up.
he final 300 of the 500 registered
?ets lofted from the traps were on
state title. Mark A. Rickard of
vallis was runner-up for the 1920
a, breaking 287 flying clays out of
giving J. Blaine Troeh aTiard run,
y two targets separating him from
n average of 65 trapshooters gath
d from all of the western states
k part in the annual tournament of
Oregon Trapshooters association
t many excellent scores were made.
for the fact that only Oregon
oters are eligible for the title, an
sider might be wearing the crown.
Seattle and other Washington state
rods ran neck and neck with Ore-
i trapshots for first whack on the
ley. Oregon shooters have a knack
invading Washington tournaments
1 copping all the money, leaving
titles to the home guards. This
e the Washington shooters drove
and will carry a goodly share of
stakes and added money home.
ning up past scores.
Troeh to Represent Oregon.
Ks the winner of the state title
eh will represent Oregon at the
ual grand American handicap
pshooting tournament which will
held in Cleveland in August.
. B. Troeh has been coming to the
nt fast in trapshooting circles and
s fair to rival his famous brother
ink if he could devoLe as much
e as Frank does to the trap game.
.eslie H. Reid of Seattle was the
frh professional of the tournament
i also high all-round shooter.
aking 490 bluerocks out of 500.
gh E. Poston, San Francisco pro.
ke 479 out of 500, while P. J. Holo-
ki of Portland placed third with a
rk of 456. out of 500.
Beavey Makes High String.
ames W. Seavey, 1919 state cham-
made a brilliant comeback yes-
day in an effort successfully to de-
d his title and broke 98 targets
f of 100, the highest mark made by
amateur yesterday. However,
LVey only bagged 186 out of the 200
own Sunday and lost his chance
re. His total was 284 out of 300.
eavey's eye was in fine fettle yes-
day and he retrieved some of his
laor by winning the state doubles
impionship, scoring 42 out of 50.
B. Troeh and J. L. Stafford, both of
rtland, tied for second honors in
doubles with marks of 38 out
50. Stafford won the 100-target
ndicap event with a score of 95 out
L'he scores follow:
Event Event Dbla.
E. Poeton. San Fran ....U5
VIcKean. Walla Walla. .. .81
B. Held. Portland HI
tayburn. Portland 841
LMmmick. Walla Walla . .!
U. Newland. fortlana ...l4
N'lckersoa. Portland 81
Van Atta. Portland t:l
Templeton. Portland SX
W. Uibson. Portland. HU
H. item. Seattle ...mi
W. Kinzer, Seattle 92
I. Baker, Seattle t3
i. Dodele. Albany 4
B. Dodele. Wells 93
w. Hansen. Athena SS
Matlock. Pendleton 86
Stephens, Athena 13
ti. eaten, cottage urove.iu
H. Soeley, Portland SS
Blair. Portland i
B.Preston. Portland . ...8S.
. Troeh. Vancouver Mi
VV. Larey. Portland iW
H.Keller. 1'ortland .....89
Holohan. Portland 92
E. Lynch. Palouse 94
U. Troeh. Portland 9tf
C. Riehle. Tacoma 87
B. Quick. Chehalis flo
arlfs Fellers. Hubbard ..87
Klches. Woodburn 1
Aries Leith. Woodburn ..01
Q. Hawman. Hlllsboro ...HO
B. il orris, Portland !4
W. Kins. San Francisco. .91
P. Nelson, Vcolt 8S
W. Lumner, Everett 03
Rexford. Portland 9
Kompp, Eugene 0
K. France, Rock Creek... 93
'ooper, Tacoma ....88
O. Joy. Portland 80
Mr-Cormack. Eugene ....89
Miller. BelUngham 90
R. Everding. Portland 88
G. I.acoy. Wells uo
C. Denton. Portland 70
S.Crane, Portland 8t
A. Dngue, Tacoma 85
C. Block. Portland 77
McNurlen. Pendleton ....95
A. Klckard. Corvallls ....08
I Stafford, Portland .90
I Xvahrisson, Portland. .88
Slddall. Astoria 9
A. Harrison, Astoria ....82
Anet. Astoria 79
D. Drake, Astoria (50).. ...IS
O. Morris. Port-land ... 85
A.Hoover. Portland ....89
H. Peterson, Portland ...90
K. Downs. Portland 81
W. Imi, Salem
D. Thornton. Portland . . . .
ID FELLOWS TO SEE SPORT
restling Match Between Italian
nd Argentine Champions Staged,
BAKER, Or.. May 24. (Special.)
e state convention of Odd Fellows,
hlch is being held in Baker this
eek, has included a wrestling match
i Its orricial programme, the event
In g one of the biggest attractions
eastern Oregon during the present
Tony Bernardl, the light heavy
eight champion of Italy, will meet
i Gustavo, the Argentine middle
"lKht titleholder who has yet to
ckle his victor In the 160-pound
ass. in a finish match to be held
Bernardi Is recognized as one of the
st mat artists in the game and Gus
vo will have to exert himself to an
iiusual degree during his tussle with
:a Italian grappler if he expects to
uphold his present record In thl part!
oi me country. j
18 TROUT AVERAGE 12 INCHES
Angrier Breaks Rod in Two Places
Landing Big Salmon.
HOOD RIVER, Or.. May 24. (Spe
cial.) Local fishermen are reporting
fair catches of mountain trout from
the lower reaches of Hood river. J.
H. Fredricy, president of the Hood
River Game Protective association,
yesterday landed 18 trout averaging
12 inches in length.
While the spring: run of salmon
trout and salmon is on the decrease,
A- W. Bishop caught a record big
Chinook. The fish, after entrails and
head had been removed, weighed 27
pounds. Mr. Bishop broke his rod in
two places during the 42 minutes he
landing the big salmon.
BEDS BREAK LOSS STREAK
BRAVES DROP 4-2 GAME TO
Alexander Makes 9 Straight Pi
rates Lose One-Ran Con
test and Giants Win.
CINCINNATI. May 24. Cincinnati
broke its losing streak By winning
from Boston. 4 to 2. McQuillan
pitched brilliantly for six rounds, but
in the seventh the Reds bunched five
hits for three runs and scored another
on three hits off Hearn in the eighth.
Reuther was in rare form except
in the fourth. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston 2 5 0Cincinnati..4 12 0
Batteries McQuilten. Hearn and
Gowdy; Reuther and Wingo.
Chicago 6, Philadelphia 0.
CHICAGO, May 24. Alexander won
his ninth consecutive game today
when Chicago shut out Philadelphia,
6 to 6. Alexander pitched in fine
form, only one visitor, Lebourveau,
reaching second. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Phila 0 6 2Chicago.. . .6 9 0
Batteries Rixey and Wltherow;
Alexander and Killefer.
Pittsburg 0. Brooklyn 1.
PITTSBURG. May 24. Good pitch
ing by Mamaux enabled Brooklyn to
defeat Pittsburg, 1 to 0. today. Adams
was hit hard, but the visitors used
poorer judgment on the bases. A pass
to Johnston in the fourth, followed
by an out and Konetchy's two-bagger.
scored the only run. The score:
R. H.E.I R.H. E.
Brooklyn...! 9 0Pittsburg. .0 4 0
Batteries Mamaux and Miller;
Adams and Schmidt.
St. Louis 4, Kew York 7.
ST. LOUIS, May 24. New York
broke St. Louis' winning streak to
day by a 7-to-4 victory. Sherdell
was knocked from the box when five
of the first six who faced him in the
seventh hit safely and drove in four
runs. St. Louis hit Nehf freely. The
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
NewYork..7 11 OfSt Louis. . .4 14 2
Batteries Nehf. Toney and Snyder;
Schupp, Sherdell, May and Clemons.
National League Standing.
. W. L.. Pet.' W. L. Pet.
Pittsburg. 17 12 .686ISt. Ixjuis... 14 16.467
Cincinnati 18 13 .5811 Boston ... . 12 14.462
Brooklyn.. 15 11.577New York. 12 16.429
Chicago... 18 15 .545! Phlladelp'a 11 20.353
American League Brandings.
Cleveland. 21 9.700, St. Louis.. IS 16.448
Boston 19 9 .679 Washlngf n 12 14 .462
htcaco... 17 12 . Phlladeln a 19 18.357
Sew York. 15 15 .5001 Detroit 8 22.267
Pacific International League Standings.
w Lt Pet. I W. L. Pet
Spokane.. 10 6 .62.VYa.kima. . . . 8 8 .500
Vancouver 1U I .oisrvv iciona. . . . u v .owp
Tacoma... 10 8 .556iSeattle 3 12.200
Where the Teams Play This Week.
Sacramento at Portland. Salt Lake at
Seattle. Vernon at Los Angeles. Oakland
at San Francisco.
W here the Teams Play Next Week.
San Francisco at Los Angeles. Vernon at
Oakland, salt Lake at Portland. Sacra
mento at Seattle.
Beaver Batting Averages.
B. H. A v. B. H. At.
Ross 7 8 ,429!SutherPnd 39 10 .256
Johnson.. 3 1 .333 Baker 49 12.245
Cox 158 50 .316lSpranger. 100 22.220
Wistersll. 164 51 .Bll Slglln 82 16.195
Koehler.. 120 8B.3"oijones 17 3.179
Mai.iol... 119 36 .300! Juney 18 3.166
Blue 153 46 -297'Klngdon. . 125 19 .152
Schaller.. 152 43 .283jKalllo 13 2.152
Schroeder 25 7 .2SO Poison. .. . 21 8.143
English Olympic Trials Held.
LONDON, May 14. Several trials
for the picking of athletes for the
English Olympic team were held to
day. In the broad jump Abrahams
led with 20 feet 9 inches. Henderson
threw the discus 106 feet 10 Vi Inches.
and W. A. Hill easily won the 100
meter dash In 10 4-5 seconds.
LET S f?iST 0J& eo
BY AS MATTER WABlT
Deci'DES To Puasteo
next ome. For. home
Former Champion Egan Quite
Likely to Return.
TEAMS BEING MADE UP
Victoria arid Vancouver Will Both
Be Strong in Coming North
Waverley's stock for the Pacific
northwest golf championship tourney
took a decided upward bound yester
day upon receipt of a letter by C. H.
Davis. Jr., from Chandler Egan. The
former national and western golf
champion has long been a member of
the Waverley Country club and his
letter contained almost definite as
surance that he intended emerging
from his retirement on his ranch at
Medford long enough to compete in
the northwest tourney at Va&couver,
B. C. July 5-10. Of course, be. will
play for the Waverley diab. not only
in the men's amateur championship
but also in the open and in the four
man team for the C. JL Davis trophy.
Ex-champion Egan recently visited
California and played a few rounds of
the Northern California courses so it
will not take much work to put him
back in form. He expects to spend
a week or 10 Cays In Portland prep
ping on tb Waverley links and that
ought to attune him fairly well for
the big tourney.
The former national champion
hasn't competed in a Northwest tour
ney since 1915 when he won the men's
amateur at Tacoma. In 1914 he lost
in the finals at Seattle to Jack Ne
ville, entering the tourney with prac
tlcally no preliminary warming up.
Wherever he plays, of course, Egan
is the big card and has the largest
galleries, showing that the golf bugs
still remember those two national
titles and three western champion
ships that are on his string. With
.gan and Heinrich Schmidt, former
western champion, among the entries.
togeiner witn tne oest irom Cali
fornia and all the leading lights of
golf in this section, the 1920 North
west event will eclipse anything ever
puiiea west of the Rockies.
Coif captains of all the clubs in the
northwest are busy putting two and
two together to make four-man
teams to enter In the Davis cup com
petition at the Vancouver meetins:.
xne Portland Golf club: which won
the cup in 1917 already haa. announced
Its four men Rudolph Wilhelm. Dr.
O. F. Willing, Roscoe Fawcett andi
ursel Kay. The addition of Chandler
Egan to the Waverley club team will
give Portland two representative
quartets. Besides Egan, Captain Davis
will have on his string Russel Smith,
former state and northwest champion;
Forest Watson, Andrew White, J. R.
Straight. R. L. Macleay. A. s. Kerry.
G. M. Standifer and Ellis Bragg. With
gan, bmitn and Watson as a nucleus
Waverley should be able to place a
crack team in the field.
Aberdeen will be fairly strong with
Heinrich Schmidt, W. J. Patterson and
Walter Fovargua, if reinstated, as
three-quarters of a team. The Seattle
Golf club will have "Dixie" Fleager;
and Jack Ballinger of the old
bunch, but the third and fourth posi
tions are doubtful unless the two mu
nicipal links stars, Bon Stein and Lee
Steil, decide to play with Seattle in
stead of Jefferson Park. In case they
stick to the municipal team, W. E.
McMicken is sure to be one of Sam
Victoria will have a crack trio In
A. V. Macan, Big-gerstaffe, Wilson and
A. X. toward, and tile Vancouver Golf
and Country club is going to be very
strong on its home links. Vancouver
played in the finals against Seattle in
ii when Seattle won the cup.
SEATTLE WOMEX WIXXEKS
Golf Match Played on Grays Har
v bor Club Course. t
ABERDEEN, Wash., May 24. (Spe
cial.) A match between women golf
ers of the Seattle Golf and Country
club and an opposing team represent
ing the Grays Harbor Country club
Saturday on the Grays Harbor club
course was won by the Seattle play
ers by a margin of six points.
In the Harbor J)lay Miss Peters
won three points over Mrs. Bousefield,
Miss Fisken three points over Mrs.
Bridges, Miss Tidmarsh two points
MOVIE OF A BATTER,
G&ts 5srr For tm
makes TeRRrtnc "But
over Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Tilden, one t
point; Mrs. Hogan, one point; Mrs.
Huiscamp, two points over Mrs. Ful
ler; Mrs. Phipps, three points over
Mrs. Moss; Mrs. Rupp, two points
over Mrs. Tilden; Mrs. Hilton, one
The lineup was:
Seattle Miss Peters. Miss Mary Lee
Plsken, Mlsa Phoebe Nell Tidmarah, Mrs.
Geonre Hilton. Mra. Carlton Huiscamp, Mrs.
D. K. Mora. Mrs. George H. Tilden.
Aberdeen Mrs. Payette Bousefield, Mra.
J. B. Bridges. Mrs. H. P. Brown, Mrs.
J. C. Hofin. Mrs. J. H. Puller. Mra. H. E.
Phipps. Mra. W. A. Rupp.
Harbor - men who took part in a
Seattle tournament Saturday were:
W. Q. Fovarrue. captain: Heinle
Schmidt, Rudolph Wllhelm. W. J. Fatter
sen. J. J. Dempeey. H. K. Phipps, Leavaa.
worth Kershaw.. G. H. Raleigh. J. H. Pul
ler. W. E. Lindsell. E. T. Taylor. Ken
neth Hayes, A. L. Patne, S. M. Aaderson,
Thorpe Babcock, L. a. Humbargar, H. P.
Brown, G, G. Kellogs, S. K. Bowes, W. E7.
Campbell, P. G. Foster. E. C. Miller. H. N.
Anderson. Kedl Coooer. G. E. Anderson.
A. W. Mlddleton. J. O. Weathamz, J. F.
Robertson. H. W. McPhail. A. L. Daveo.
port. C. T. Scurry, G. P. Halserty, W. A.
Rupp and J. B. Bridges.
Coast League Gossip.
THERE is a rumor In southern
California that Johnny Powers
contemplates selling his interest in
the Los Angeles baseball club. Re
port ha It that the prospective pur
chasatra are Tom J. McCarey, box
ing promoter, and James F. Morley.
no-time owner of the Angels.
A deal is on between the Salt Lake
club and the Indianapolis club of the
American association involving Out
flow BKATKKS HIT AGAINST
THE SEALS LAST WEEK.
AB. H. Ave.
Ross 4 3 .750
Schroeder 3 2 .667 .
Koehler ...17 7 .412
Malsel . .' 27 9 .333
Cox 23 6 .261
Wlsterxil 30 7 .233
Blue 27 6 .222
Spranger 6 1 .167
Sigltn 28 4 .154
Schaller 24 3 .125
Poison 4 1 .250
Baker 9 1 .100
Klngdon 16 1 .063
Jones 2 0 .000
Kalllo 2 0 .ooo
Juney 8 0 .000
Sutherland 4 0 .0O0
fielder Duke Rellly, who recently
jumped the Bees. Reilly wants so
much money to play with the Jack
Hendricks bunch that Hendricks has
asked Salt Lake to throw "rr j chunk
of the purchase price.
"Irish" Meusel. former Angel out
fielder and now with the Phillies, is
to be traded to Brooklyn or Cincin
nati for a couple of pitchers.
The board of education in Sacra
mento has accepted the offer of tha
Sacramento ball club to provide a
couple of "free" days for youngsters
every month during the rest of the
school year. The plan is to dismiss
school early on the "free" days and
give passes to all who stand high in
their studies and in deportment. Salt
Lake has a "kids' " day every Friday.
Here in Portland Judge McCredie has
set the admission price for children
at 10 cents. He says he would have
free days if It were not for the war
tax, which necessitates a great
amount of book work.
Infielders Kenworthy and Hartford
probably soon will be parking else
where than in Seattle uniforms.
Manager Wares has lines out for a
Albany Race Track Located.
ALBANY, Or., May 24. (Special.)
The location of the race track and
the various exhibit buildings and
racing stables at the county fair
grounds purchased recently at this
city has been determined upon and
work on the structures will begin
within a short time.' Committees
representing the board of directors
went over the ground during the
past few days and decided upon the
permanent location of the Improve
Vancouver Wins Meet.
VANCOUVER. Wash, May 24.
(Special.) In the interscholastic ath
letic meet, held here Saturday, Van
couver won with 72 points; Washou-
gal second, 34; Camas, 12; Ridgefield,
10, and Battle Ground, 6. Lloyd Du
Bois, Jr., of Vancouver, was the star
point winner with 26 points; White
of Washougal followed with 23, and
then came Stokes of Vancouver with
Preliminary Cup Trials Postponed
BOSTON, May 24. Charles Francis
Adams, skipper of the cup defender
Resolute, idsmasted in trial races
Saturday, said today that there would
be no more racing with the Vanitie
until the official trials begin off New
port June 3.
CALLED OUT ON STRIKES.
naaivS To Coop
Csr.ltt M. T. T h.
EIGHT GAME SERIES'
IS LISTED AT HOME
Sacramento Senators Mak
ing Appearance Here.
SPRANGER AT SHORTSTOP
New Faces With Beavers Include
Southpaw Rosa, Former
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet
Saa.Fran-.28 16 .636 LosAngeles 22 23.489
Salt Lake. 27 19 .087Oakland . . . 21 26.447
Portland.. 22 18 ,550ISacramonto 20 26.435
Vernon 26 22 .542seattle. ; . . 14 30.318
Bow the Series Ended last Week.
At San Francisco 4 games, Portland 2
games; at Los Angeles 4 games, Seattle 3
games; at Sacramento 4 games, Oakland
3 games; at Salt Lake 4 games, Vernon 3
BT ROSCOE FAWCETT.
Walter McCredie brings his Port
land ball athletes back to tha home
sward this afternoon to open an
eight-game series against the Sacra
mento club. The two extra games are
scheduled for next Monday morning
and afternoon sort of a delayed Dec
oration day celebration.
Portland lost the series to San
Francisco last week, four games to
two, but the Beavers return home still
In third position, and with a fairly
good record for a road trip. Sacra
mento, on the other hand, surprised
a great many fans by coming through
and winning the series from Oakland,
four -games to three, despite the loss
of the star gardener, Eldred, who re
fused to play after being fined S50
for loafing. Eldred now is pastiming
There is said to be a new Coast
league rule against managers giving
advance tips as to the probable pitch
ers for the next day's game, so the
ball writer probably will have to
make his own guesses, as he always
had to before the rule was promul
gated. It is pretty tough on them.
all right. The guess today is that
Portland will not use "Suds" Suther
land. Suds came through with an
other beautifully pitched game Sun
day against the Seals, winning 1-0,
and in a measure atoning for the 1-0
game he lost to Scott in Portland
Jones or Kallio or perhaps Schroe
der might work for the Beavers, with
Koehler behind the windpad. Del Bi
ker's thumb is still troubling him.
Dick Cox had to cacth a portion of
one game against the Seals. Mack
also will introduce to the home town
fans a new shortstop named Carl
Spranger, vice Wes Kingdon. King-
don got to hitting so poorly that Mack
probably figured Spranger would
strengthen his club offensively.
Spranger is the same lad who played
second base at the start of the sea
son. He has loads of pepper and is
fast and while his bat average in" his
couple of games at Sealtown wouldn't
choke a field mouse, his season's mark
is 75 points better than his predeces
sor's. Today will mark the debut of the
Sacramento Senators. Sacramento is
noted as the place where California
legislation, raisin grapes and other
groceries grow cooked on the trees.
Ther is a lot of noise in town when
Bill Rodgers cranks his auto and
buzzes down the main street. Bill
is bringing north with him a fancv
cigarette holder, which a member of
the California Grizzlies gave him, and
he says it is his fond desire to let
every one of the rightfield bleacher
ites who used to pan him take a good
puff at it sort of pipe of peace pot
latch affair. Bill played second base
for Portland Beveral years and helped
the Beavers win a pennant or two,
but one year Mack named him field
captain over Bill Rapps and the right
field "fish" began riding him like
Si Legree used to ride the bloodhounds
in "The House That Jack Built." or
some such architectural theaterlcal
Bill wants to make up now and
thus his plan to let the old-time bugs
take a whiff out of his fancy cigar
Mollwitz, McGaffigan, Orr and Gro
ve r make up the Sacramento infield,
with Middleton and Compton the reg
ular outfielders and Schang filling in
Among the new faces on the Port
land team will be noted that of South
naw Ross, former Vernon Tisrei- Rlpnail
Iby Manager McCredie. Ross pitched
two remarkable games at San Fran
cisco, allowing three runs in the two
,OmP Called -t a
6ives him nasty Look
Rides Tne urP
Rest op OAfie
I srames. vet lost them both. Pdrtlanda t
team looks pretty good now and all
Mack needs is a fourth gardener to
fill in when somebody gets the gont
from overeating or breaks a leg from
climbing over street obstructions.
Wrnon's pitching corps received a
boost Saturday when Wheeger Dell
played the prodigal son act and re
turned to the fold. Dell Jumped the
Tigers to play ball with the Richmond
club of the Cache Valley league. Ha
sneezed so badly when ha arrived In
the Cache valley that he thought it
wise to rejoin the Tigers, who were
in Salt Lake last week. Salt Lake
won the odd game of the series and
the Bees are now in second place,
within striking distance of the lead.
The aeries winners last week were
San Francisco, Los Angeles; Sacra
mento and Salt Lake. Portland doesn't
seem able to cope with the Seals.
They have won only two games as
against ten losses this season. Los
Angeles won the odd game from Se
attle, four games to three, which was
the same margin by which the Sen
ators defeated Oakland, and the Bees
won from Vernon.
FELSCH-RliTH AGAIN TIE
CHICAGO AMERICANS "WALLOP
ATHLETICS 10 TO 2.
Tigers Defeat Yankees Allowing
but Two Hits, Both Taken
. by Ruth.
PHILADELPHIA, May 24. Chicago
oatted ruaylor hard and won today,
10 to 2. Felsch tied Ruth's 1920
record by hitting his sixth home run
of the season. A great catch by
Jackson prevented Walker from
equaling the same mark. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago.., . 10 16 0Phila 2 8 2
Batteries Faber and Schalk; Nay-
lor, iialty and Perkins, Stylea
Xew Tork 1, Detroit S.
NEW YORK. May 24. Ehmke's
pitching and a home run by Flag
stead with one man on base enabled
Detroit to defeat New Tork, 3 to 1.
today. Ehmke held the Yankees to
two hits, both made by Ruth. First
Baseman Pipp of New York was or
dered off the field by Umpire Nallin
for protesting a decision. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Detroit 3 6 0NewYork..l 2
Batteries Ehmke and Stanage;
Mays and Hannah.
Boston 5, St. Louis J.
BOSTON, May 24. Bush pitched
effectively against St. Louie, Boston
winning, a to 1, today. The visitors'
run came in the eighth. Aside from
that -inning Bush was given sensa
tional stipport, while St. Louis fielded
poorly. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E
St. Louis... 1 7 5Boston 5 6
Batteries Vangilder, Sanders and
Severeid; Bush and Schang.
At Washington Cleveland-Washington
game postponed: wet grounda
TRIAL BOAT PLAIX SHAMROCK
Partner for Shamrock TV,: Chal
lenger Bears No Number.
There has been much confusion
concerning the Identity of the 23
meter Shamrock, which Sir Thomas
Lipton will use as a trial boat for
his Shamrock IV, challenger for the
America's cup. The 23-meter yacht has
been alluded to as the Shamrock I,
II and III. She is none of these. The
first three Shamrocks, wlthwhich
Sir Thomas made gallant but unsuc
cessful efforts to lift the famous cup,
are no longer In existence. They
have been broken up and all that re
mains of them is the memory of how
they tried and failed. The three chal
lengers were built, respectively, in
1899. 1901 and 1903.
The plain Shamrock, which Is to be
the trial horse, was launched in 1908
and was designed for European rac
ing. She was never intended to be a
The Shamrock IV, the present chal
lenger, was built in 1914 just before
the outbreak of the great war, which
put an end to the races which had
been planned for that year.
VERNOX TEAM HARD HITTERS
Battle Ground Team Is Treated to
Some Real Baseball.
The hard-slugging Battle Ground
team was treated to some real fast
baseball last Sunday by the Vernon
Browns aggregation at Battle Ground,
Wash., the Browns walking off the
field at the long end of an 8-to-2
Ray Kallio was simply too fast for
the big men and was only nicked
for four blngles. His teammate. Art
May, at the backstop played a won
derful game, his peg to second work-
ng to perfection. Bartell. the second
baseman of the Vernon Browns out
fit, was the star of the game, and
brought the stands to their feet by
his clever playing.
Score: R. H. E.
Vernon Browns 8 11 2
Battle Ground 2 4 6
BIG YACHT CLCB PROSPEROUS
Fonr Xew Class "P" Boats to Be
Added to Fleet.
One of the most prosperous, and
also one of the largest yacht clubs
in North America Is the Royal Cana
dian Yacht club of Toronto, which
has a roll of approximately 2000
members. The Prince of Wales, dur
ing his last visit there, donated a
handsome cup to be competed for.
By the purchase of four modern
class "P" boats from Atlantic coast
clubs recently the organization claims
tha largest and most modern fleet
of this class of yachts on the continent.-
XEW YORK. LACKS BIG FIELDS
Only One Park Available for Clubs
Notwithstanding the great size of
the city of New York and the many
athletic clubs it has within its limits,
it has only one athletic field which is
available for the use of organizations
which have no grounds of tbeir own.
This is the old Celtic park track on
Long island. The New York Athletic
club baa one of the finest appointed
athletio fields in the country at
Travers island, its summer home, but
this is for use of the club only.
Baseball Gambling: Arrests Made.
CHICAGO, May 24. The first move
in Chicago In the crusade against
gambling in major league baseball
parks was made here today when 30
persons, charged with betting, were
arrested at the Chicago National
league park during the game with
Philadelphia. Those arrested were
taken to police stations.
Oregonlans Defeats Bruins.
The Council Crest Bruins went down
to defeat Sunday in class A. City
league, by a 14 to 4 score, the Ore-
i sonians beias on the Ions end of tfeis
getting the most for your money. How
to dd this is the question. Low priced
shoes may prove more costly than the
most expensive. You are safer than
ever with Florsheims. Fit, style, com
fort are added to endurance. No shoe
could be better. No shoe like it could
be sold for less.
score. Heavy stick work and fleet
base running on the part of the news
paper representatives won for them
while the Bruins could not hit their
usual stride, partly due to poor
grounda The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Or'gon'ns 14 14 3 Council ...4 4 6
' Batteries Duffy and Murnane;
Fitxmaurice and Brown.
DISXVER 400 FORMS GOLF CLUB
Hazards Same as In Times When
Indians Roamed Plains.
DENVER, Colo, May 24. Trees
which were a hazard to civilization
when the stealthy aborigines secreted
themselves in their protection and in
dulged in pot shots with arrows at
the invading pale face are to become
a hazard again this time to golf
The old "Jim Baker Place" has been
sold to a new country club which is
forming among the 400 of this city.
Near the spot where the five half
breed children of the scout, trapper.
Indian fighter and pal of Buffalo Bill
are buried, a modern country club
will be erected. The name of the new
club has not been decided upon.
Among its organizers is Dr. Charles
C. Reid of Denver.
The Baker farm includes 100 acres.
In addltici., the acres of the old In
terlachen links have been purchased.
Another plot of ten acres at Inspira
tion point will be added, making 180
acres in the course.
Polo Ponies Shipped to England.
BAKERSFIELD, Cat, May 24.
Three polo ponies owned by William
Tevls. member of the American team
to meet tha Great Britain four in the
International tournament to be held
this year in England, have just been
shipped from this city for transporta
tion to England. Other Kern county
polo ponies are being inspected with a
view of obtaining mounts for the
American team. Several ponies have
been furnished for recent interna
tional tournaments by the McKittrick
ranch south of this city.
Six Homers at Woodburn.
In a slugging match, which was
featured by poor umpiring, the Hesse-
Martin team went down to defeat
Sunday at the hands of the Wood-
burn team by a ucore of 4 to 2. A
short left-field fence enabled the two
teams to connect for a total of six
home runs the home team getting
four and Hesse-Martin two. E. Bird,
for the losers, connected for four hits
out of as many trips to the plate.
Hood River Team Wins.
HOOD RIVER, Or, May 24. (Spe
cial.) The American Legion baseball
team affiliated with the Intercity
league of Portland was defeated. 10
to 7, by the Kirkpatricks of Port
land yesterday. About 100 fans wit
nessed the game. Receipts did not
pay expenses of the game. Manager
Whitworth Wins Spokane Tennis.
SPOKANE, Wash., May 24. Whit
worth college won the Intercollegiate
tennis tournament with Spokane uni
versity and Cheney normal held here
Saturday, thereby willing the cham
pionship for the 1920 season. Whit
worth was entered in four of the five
final events and took three women's
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ANGLERS REQUIRE LICENSES
Three Arrests Made Sunday by
State Game Officials.
Complaints have been received by
the state game commission In regard
to anglers fishing on the sloughs near
the Columbia river without a license.
Sunday J. A Marion of Vancouver, R.
Roman of Portland and E. R. Bloom
of Portland were arrested by game
department officers on this charge.
They will be given a preliminary
hearing before Judge Bell of the
district court today.
Officials of the game department
say that the sloughs till be watched
closely hereafter and fishermen will
do well to provide themselves with a
Japanese on American Team.
NEW YORK. May 24. Ichiya Kura
agae. the Japanese tennis star, who
holds third place in the American
tennis rating, has decided to play in
the Olympic championship tourna
ment at Antwerp, it was learned to
day. He will sail from New York
on July 8.
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