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BEAVERS IN FLASH
A! THEN DIE OUT
WHEN A FELLER NEEDS A FRIEND.
will close also tomorrow. The enter
tainment committee has provided
something which will be of interest to
all members, both old and new, ana
will show the celebrated Field and
Stream motion pictures of outdoor
BY GOLF ACTIVITY
These pictures have been shown
before many sportsmen's clubs in the
east and have always been enthusi
astically received. Among the sub-
fects to be shown will be the sword-
Ken Penner Has Satisfaction
of Beating Former Mates.
Special Events Scheduled
fishing at Catalina island, giving the
complete story of the taking of a
250-pound' swordfish. Other subjects
will comprise hunting wild turkeys,
fishing for black bass in the Po
tomac, moose hunting in New Bruns
wick and also duck and wild goose
shooting in Virginia.
All sportsmen of Portland are In
vited to see these pictures. The com
mittee also wishes it understood that
women are cordially invited.
SENATORS MAKE 6 IN 3D
3 EVENTS AT WAVERLEY
Brntal Assault Cows Mackmen,
Who Remain in Daze Until
Too Late to Win.
Four-Ball Team Match, Lauder
TIGERS IN 4TH DEFEAT
Medal and Directors' Cup Tour
neys to Be In Progress.
f FROM The V
Pacific Coaat Laffue Standing.
W. I.. Pet. I W. I,. Pet.
San Fran. 30 17 .B.18 Ixs Ann... 24 24.500
Salt Lake. 2S 20 .5S3Sacr'mento 23 27 .44
Portland.. 23 20 .r,:!VOakland... 22 2S .440
Vernon... 27 24 .529 Seattle J5 31 .326
At Portland Sacramento 8. Portland 5.
At I.oa Angeles Los Angelea 3. Vernon 1.
At San Francisco Oakland 8. San Fran
At Seattle Seattle 2, Salt Lake 1.
i Ken Penner, who pastlmed with
the Portland club last year and who
is now one of the Sacramento chuck
ers. worked in the box for the Sen
ators yesterday and had the pleasure
of trimming- his former team-mates
8 to 5. Penner. bedecked with one
of Bill Rodgers castoff "toreador
shirts," was not stingy with his hits,
allowing 11 of them, but the Beavers
could not drive them out at the right
time. "Suds" Sutherland pitched up
to the sixth inning for the Mackmen,
when he was relieved by "Lefty"
Schroeder. "Suds" allowed eight hits
and seven runs crossed the plate dur
ing his tenure of office. Schroeder
1 held Sacramento to one hit the re
mainder of the game.
Baver Flash at Star.
The Beavers started off like the
well-known "ace in the hole," and
put across three runs in the first
inning. "Paddy" Siglin started the
day's exercises by drawing a walk.
. Wlsterzll sacrificed, helping the good
cause along. Maisel thought he was
back in Boston, and. true to his Bean
town shipyard showings, singled to
right, Siglin drawing up on third.
Blue followed suit and singled to the
same spot, scoring Siglin. Maisel
I raced on to third. Biff Schaller
, lamped one of Penner's fence balls
and took a mean cut at it. He con
. nected, registering a single to left,
Maisel scoring, with Blue on third.
Dick Cox hopped on one and it took
a bad bounce off of third base. Blue
romping home and Cox safe. Sacra
mento bucked up at this state of the
game and the rest of the inning
: passed without casualties.
, All was quiet on the Potomac until
the first of the third, when Bill Rog
' ers' "togoless" Senators staged a home
-brew rally and scored six runs, wal
: loping Sutherland for six hits. The
' scoring, however, was not all due to
"Suds." It was Just one run and one
hit srTter another and some bad breaks
coupled with the fireworks did not
help matters .ilong any. After two
runs had already been marked up
Pete Compton stepped to the bat with
two on and poled out a home run over
the right field fence. Mollwitz later
; scored on a delayed steal, bringing
"the total up to six runs for the inning.
Ninth Frame Has Action.
Portland never quite got over this
brutal assault on Sutherland's prize
offerings and not until the ninth in
ning did the Beavers come out of their
daze, when they tallied two scoies.
Penner let up in the ninth frame and
was nicked for three hits and two
runs, but with the safe lead had little
to worry about. After Koehler had
filed out to Compton and the fans be
gan to trek out of the grandstand.
Wes Kingrdon pul'.ed one from the
clouds and doubled to left center. Mc
Mullen, Walt-i" McCredie's recruit
catcher, played the role of the pinch
hitter and fanneJ for Schroeder. Sig
lin beat out a bltigle to McGaffigan
and Kingdon scored on the Sacra
mento second baseman's error. Wis
terzil singied to left, scoring Siglin,
and that was all. as Maisel flew out
to Middleton. The series will be re
sumed this afterncon, the score now
standing Sacramento 3 games. Port
land 1 game.
Just a word about Sacramento's
other two runs. A couple of doubles
on the part of Grover and Mollwitz in
the fifth inning help over a run
for the winners in that frame and
McGaffigan's hit and score in the sev
enth account for the total of eight
Outside of Compton's homer and a
few sensational catches nothing x
. ceptionally exciting was forced on
any of the weak-hearted fans who
were on deck against the doctor's or
ders. The score:
Sacramento I Portland
A B R O A B
MCO'n.2. 3 2 10 3 Slrlln.2
Mid'ton. 1 4
MWtz.l. 4 '
Orr.s. ... 4
rook.c. . 3
V Maisel, m 4
0. Blue. I... 4
Oil'ox.r. . .. 4
l.vti der.p 1
0 0 (
5 IT 25
Tota!.35 8 11 27 14! Totals. 35
Batted lor Schroeder in ninth.
Sacramento oo 601 010 o s
Portland 30000000 2 o
Krrors. McGaffigan. Koehler. Two
base hits. Grover, Mollwitz. Schailer.
Kingdon. Home runs. Compton. rouble
Flays. Moll wits to Orr to Mollwitz. Jsacri
ice hit. Wtstors.il. Grover. Stolen bases.
Mollwitz. 2. Hit by pitched ball, Maisel.
Innings pitched, by Sutherland 5, runs 7.
hits S. at bat 22. Charge defeat to Suth
erland. Runs responsible for. Sutherland
7. Schroeder 1. Penner 5. struck out. by
Penner 3. by Schroeder 2. Bases on balls,
off Penner 2, off Sutherland 2. Time of
game. 1 hour 40 minutes. Umpires, EaaoD
AXGE1.S LEAD TIGER SERIES
Killcfcr Accuses Piercy of Intent
When Hit lor Second Time.
LOS ANGELES. May 27. Los An
geles took the lead in Its series with
Vernon today by defeating the Tigers,
3 to 1. The Angels made their scores
on a hit and an error, although' they
made three hits in alL
Piercy, single-handed, made three
"hits," hitting Killefer twice with a
pitched bail and Haney once. Kille
fer ran to the box after the second
"hit" and accused Piercy of doing it
intentionally. Another casualty was
K. Crandall, who made a wonderful
"assist" in the sixth when Fisher's
grounder took a bad hop and struck
Crandall on the chin, bounced into
McAuley's hands and forced Chad
bourne at second. Crandall groaned
on the ground until helped from the
field. The score:
Vernon I Los Angeles
0 13 1 Kll'fcr.m 2 10 0 0
1 2 3 0 McAu y.a 3 2 15 3
0 2 3 2'K.Cra..2 3 0 0 5
O 0 0 DGriggs.l. 4 0 0 7 0
0 0 6 O'Vraw'd.r 4 0 0 2 0
o o o :i Hassier.c 20131
0 0 4 0'Ellls.l. . . 4 0 1 3 0
0 15 l'Niehoff.3 1 0 0 0 5
0 0 0 2 Thom's.p 4 0 0 0
IHaTiey.2. 0 0 0 2 8
Totals 51 1 6 24 91 Totals 27 3 3 27 15
Vernon 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 1
Los Anceles 0 0201000 3
Errors. Piercy. K. Crandnll. Three-base
hit. McAuley. Two-base hit. Cnadbourne.
Staler) bases, Bassler 2. Struck out. by
. Tfiomas S. by Piercy 3. Base on balls, off 1
Thomas X, oli Pii:rc - Hum responsible
for, Thomas 1. Percy 1. Double plays Nie
hoff to Crandall to Griggs: Haney to
Griggs: Fisher to Borton. Umpires, Mc
Grew and Casey.
RAIXIERS BEAT SALT LAKE
Seattle Scores Two in First and
They Win Close Game.
SEATTLE. May 27. Seattle evened
the series with Salt Lake today, win
ning by a score of 2 to 1. Both Seatr
tie scores came in the first inning.
Schorr pitched shut-out ball for the
locals, an error in the third account-:
ing for Salt Lake's" only run. Hart
ford, who has been on the bench for
the last week, went back to short,.
Zamlock giving up first to Murphy.
B R H O A
Mag rt,c 4
0 KooD.l ...
0 Bohne.3 4
2 Murphy.l 2
2 2 2
1 13 0
0 1. 1
O Harti'd.s. 3
Levr'nz.p 0 0
Thur'n.p 2 0
"Jenkins 1 0
Total 31 1 6 24 121 Totals. 24 2 8 27 15
Hatted for Sands in ninth.
Salt 1-ake 00100000 0 1
Seattle 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Summary Errors. Mulligan, Hartford.
Stolen bases. Thurston. Three-base hits.
Mulligan. Two-base hits, Byler, Kumler.
Sacrifice hits. Murphy 2, Wolter. Wares.
Bases on balls, off Schorr 1, off Thurston
1. Struck out, by Schoor 5, by Thurston
2. Innings pitched. Leverenz 1, runs 2,
hits 2, at bat 4. Charge defeat to Lever
enz. Runs responsible for. Leverenz 1.
OAKS BEAT SEALS IX 13TH
Loose Playing and Errors Help
Victors to Home Triunip.
OAKLAND. Cal., May 27. Oakland
defeated San Francisco on the home
lot. 8 to 4. In 13 innings, after tying
the score in the ninth. Loose playing
characterized the performance of the
Seals in the field and errors by Cor
han and Connolly contributed to the
victory of the Oaks in the 13th. In
the final inning Connolly was sent
to the clubhouse for disputing a de
cision. The scorer
I San Francisco
0 Schick. m
4 Kamm.:l. 4
4!WalshJ . . 0
Totals. 40 S 13 30 231 Totals. 47 4 11 SO 19
Ratted for Winn In ninth.
i Batted for Licvitaies in fifth.
Oakland 1 1 1 000001000 4 8
San Fran. ...000010030000 0
Errors. Hamilton. Mitze. -Winn. Schick.
Corhan 2. Caveney Connolly, Agney. O'Con-
nell. Innings pitched, by Devttales o. by
Winn 8. Credit victory to Kramer. Charge
defeat to Jordan. Three-base hit. Con
nolly. xwo-Dase hits, hnipni. uaveney. A.
Ariett tacrnice nils. vjiisn. .wuze. ivra-
mer. Base on bails., off Devitales 1. off
Winn 2. off Jordan 3, off Kramer 2. Struck
out. by Devitales 2. Winn 1, Jordan 3.
Kramer 2. Double plays. Kamro to Cave
ney to o connell. Corftan to O connell.
Kuns responsioie jor. uevuaies a, winn
Umpires, Holmes and Toman.
National League Standings.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet
Pittsburgh. 18 13 .581ISt. Louis... 16 17.48."
Clnclnnati. 19 13 .5" Boston 14 15 .4S3
Chicago. . . 19 1 5 .559!New York.. 13 18 .419
Brooklyn.. 10 13 .oo2,fniladelp ia 12 21 .304
American League Standing.
Boston 21 10 6flT Washington 13 14.481
Cleveland. 2t 10 .7 St. Louis... 13 18.419
Chicago IS 14 ,6a t'hiladelp ia 12 19.387
New York.. 18 15 .345iDetrolt 8 24.250
Pacific International Leajrue Standings.
Spokane... 12 6 .667lVictoria 11 9.550
Yakima... 10 8 .558 racomi 10 10.500
Vancouver. 10 9 .526 Seattle 3 14.176
How the Series Stand.
At Portland 1 game, Sacramento 2
games; at Los Angeles 2 games, Vernon
1 game: at San i-ranclsco 2 games. Oak
land 1 game; at Seattle 1 game. Salt Lake
Where the Teams Play Next Week..
Salt lake at Portland. San Francisco at
Los Angeles. Vernon at Oakland, Sacra
mento at Seattle.
Beaver Batting; Averages.
B. H. Ave.l B. H. Ave
Maisel. . .
11 5 :454IJones 10 5 .263
3 1 .333 Schroeder. 27 7 .259
165 52 .SISiBaker
175 55 .314Spranger. .
16!) 52 .309 Siglin
130 39 .300 luney
129 38 .294IKingdon. .
163 48 .294 Kallio
41 11 .2t)S:Polson ....
49 12 .245
104 23 .221
94 17 .180
1 0 .000
Pitcher Devitales, released by Sac
ramento last week, may join the San
SHilKEY HIT BY UMPIRE!
YANKEE PITCHER GETS SCALP
WOL'XD FROM H1LDEBRAXD.
Martin ot Athletics Throws Wild
and Presents Game to Chi
BOSTON, May 27. An assault upon
Umpire Hildebrand by Pitcher Shaw
key of New York in the fourth in
ning, resulting in Shawkey receiving
a scalp wound from the umpire's
mask, created excitement in the first
game of the series with the Red Sox
today, which New York won, 6 to 1.
"Babe" Ruth made two home runs,
giving him a total of ten for the
New York players protested strong
ly when Hildebrand enabled Boston
Bill Poison. Franklin pole vaolter.
clearing; the bar In the preliminary
field events to the interscholantlc
track, and field meet held yesterday
on the Hnltnomah clnb field.
to make its only run in the fourth
by sending Schang to first on balls
with the bases full, forcing in a run.
After Harper, next man up, had been
called out on strikes. Shawkey ap
proached the umpire, bowed and
doffed his cap in mock thanks. Hilde
brand ordered Shawkey off the
ground, whereupon he rushed at the
umpire and struck him several times
about the head. Hildebrand defended
himself with his mask and opened
a wound on Shawkey's head. Umpire
Evans and Captain Hooper of the Red
Sox separated the men. and Shawkey
was conducted from the field. Mays
finishing the game. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
New York.. 6 10 2Boston 1 8 2
Batteries Shawkey, Mays and Han'
nah; Harper, Karr and Schang.
Philadelphia 1, Chicago 6.
PHILADELPHIA. May 27. Chicago
wound up the series today by beating
Philadelphia. 6 to 1, driving Martin
from the mound in the fourth. None
of the runs scored in this inning was
earned, but Martin's own wild throw
gave the visitors three runs. J. Col-! team Wednesday. Reinhart is a two
I ins' home run in the third, the 19th 'year letter man playing shortstop and
circuit drive here in. 11 days, was a
misjudged fly which Walker allowed
to bound into the bleachers. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago 6 9 OlPhlla 1 9 2
Batteries Cicotte and, Schalk; Mar
tin. .Harris, i.eete and ferKlns.
Pirates Win Indian Exhibition.
PITTSBURG. May 27. Pittsburg
defeated the Cleveland team of the
American league, 4 to 2, in an exhibi
lion game today.
With the Semi-Pros.
'HAT a battle that Sherwood
Hillsboro intercity clash will
be Sunday! The two clubs are
enemies from the word go, and
'tis said the fans of the respective
cities are lining up solidly, Sherwood
behind the Bakers and the Parrotts
and Hillsboro behind the Sohler-Des-
The Arleta W. O. W. vs. Hesse-Mar
tin game booked for the Hillsboro
diamond Sunday will be another set
to that is likely to be torrid. The two
clubs hang up their hats in the same
neck of the Mount Scott woods, and
there is no love lost between them.
Olds, Wortman & King and Capitol
Hill will battle for the leadership in
class A bunday on the Franklin bowl
The department store lads have a
record of three wins and no defeats
while the suburban lads have lost
one and won three. It is anybody's
game at tnis writing.
The rejuvenated Camas papermak
ers will entertain the Multnomah
Ouard intercity players Sunday. John
ny Huback. Carl Tuma and Brownie
Prichard have been signed with the.
upper-river team, and ought to add
the necessary ounce of strength that
win am tne tail-end crew to annei
j win- or two.
"Car: Mays" Lefty Schwartz is in
town again. He gave his job the go
by at Astoria and hied himself Port
landwards Wednesday. Schwartz is
tl-e king-pin contract jumper of the
bustles. He started with Hesse-Mar
tin, was transferred to the Cancos
dickered with Camas, was transferred
to Astoria, and is now casting longing
glances at a Portland berth. Any
kind of a team, in any division, just so
long as It is a Rose City outfit, would
be agreeable to this former all-star
The Council Crest Bruins have los
their cub bear mascot. This happened
two weeks ago when Manager Findley
or tne park sold said bear to a travel,
lr-sr carnival company. Since then the
Bruins have dropped two in a row.
Previous to that they were unbeaten.
Walteat Honeyiman is proud of his
intercity league team. ' He dons a uni
form himself quite frequently and
works out with the near-champs. He
is a favorite with the Wright crew.
Are there any good umps In the
bushes? President Routledge of the
Portland Baseball association has had
his doubts of late. He opened with a
corps of as fine umpires as could be
found so he believed but no less
than two score of epistles have come
his way during the last fortnight, say
ing otherwise. They will receive un
divided attention soon, he says.
' m m
The bushers open at Columbia
Beach Sunday. Si, the secretary, ad
mits that the grounds are the best yet,
etc., etc., and that under Cap Lari
son's management the park ought to
be a money-getter, but still he can't
just see how a ball game can be
pulled off with all those bathing suits
The Portland Iron Works team has
signed- Shortstop Hornby.
The Cancos are scouting around for
Montgomery. Ward, company will
play the Reedville team at that place
Sunday. The newly organized Cres
ton Blues will tackle the Tigard team
on the same day.
The Franklin Reds are in the field
with a new team.
Relnbart Heads Oregon Squad.
EUGENE, Or.. May 27. William
Reinhart, a junior from Salem, Or.,
was elected captain of the Univer
sity of Oregon baseball team for
next year at a meeting of this year's
BY ROSCOE FAWCETT.
The coming week-end will be
marked with, much activity at the
various golfing rendezvous surround
ing Portland special events being
scheduled at the Waverley Country
club, Portland Golf club and the
Tualatin Country club.
At Waverley, no fewer than three
separate tourneys will be in progress.
four-team match. Harry Lauder
medal tourney and the final rounds
of the Directors' cup tourney, which
has been in progress for two or three
The four-ball team match will be
something unique hereabouts. Teams
will qualify, medal score, handicapped.
either on Saturday and Sunday, and
the two teams with the lowest net
aggregate scores will play the finals
on Monday, handicap to be In holes
up, according to 3-8 of the difference
In the combined handicaps. The Harry
Lauder tourney will be a simple
round, medal score, handicap, and the
player with the lowest net score will
be awarded the distinctive medal of
fered by the famous Scotch comedian.
Similar medals have been offered In
the various states throughout the
country with the idea of collecting a
huge fund for the relief of Scotch
Bailors and soldiers incapacitated as a
result of the war. The entrance fee
goes to this fund-
Directors' Tourney In Seml-Flnals.
The directors' cup tourney has
reached the semi-finals and one match
the semis already has been played.
Dr. O. F. Willing, club champion, de
feated Guy M. Standifer one up, win
ning on the ISth green. Willing was
one down at the 15th hole, but squared
the match and finally .came in vic
At the Portland Golf club the first
and second rounds of the annual di
rectors" cup tourney will be played
this week-end. Players qualified some
time ago, but owing to the Interclub
matches for the John Clemson trophy
the elimination rounds were inter
rupted. Chairman Nash has prepared a busy
schedule of events for June. One of
the tourneys will be a Bill vs. George
team match on June 20, with Bills or
the Club lined up against Georges.
Among the Bills will be found Bill
Banks, Bill C. Bristol, Bill Ambler,
Bill Fletcher, Bill Cole, Bill Miller, Bill
Boone, Bill Felton. Bill Harris and
Bill McColloch. This looks like a for
midable aggregation until one takes a
squint at the Georges, and then re
calls that Hagen's name is Walter and
Ouimet's name Francis, and Evans
name Charles and Vardon's name is
Harry and Braid's name Is James and
Barnes' name James and Wilhelm's
name is -Rudy but what's the use?
Here are the Georges who will en
deavor to trim the Bills on the fateful
20th day of June: George Washburn,
George Anderson, George Gammie,
George Baker, George Boring, George
Burt, George Butterworth, George
Jones, George Pearson, George Schae-
fer and George Williams.
Trophy Event May Be Changed.
Although the finals in the four-man
team event for the interstate trophy
are scheduled for Saturday of the
state tourney week, June 7-12, it is
probable that this team event will
have to be played on Sunday, June 13,
instead of Saturday. The finals in
the men's amateur championship are
set for Saturday and it is almost a
foregone conclusion that the two
players in the finals will be listed on
one or both of the two four-man
teams and they will be plenty busy
enough trying to win the state title
over the 36-hole route without think
ing about the Interstate trophy. Of
course, it would be physically impos
sible to play both on the same day.
Qualifying rounds for the Interstate
team event will be played on Monday,
June 7, and the qualifying rounds for
the men's amateur will be played the
Clyde M. Graves of Spokane, one of
the most popular golfers and all
around sportsmen on the Pacific coast,
is a Portland visitor. He played a
round at the Waverley yesterday.
Play in the director's cup tourna
ment at the Tualatin Country club
has reached the second-elimination
round, which will be played off Sun
day. The matches scheduled for Sun
day will find Milton Friedenrich play
ing Dr. Joseph Sternberg: Henry Metz
ger versus Julius Cohn ; Maurice Good
man versus Felix Blocb and M. Hirsch
versus Sam Hirsch.
June and July will be busy months
at Waverley. Walter Pearson has an
nounced the following events: June 5,
men's sweepstakes; June 7-12, state
turney; .June 19-20, century tourney.
open to those who' have not played
under 100 this year; July 3-4, men's
sweepstakes; July 17, presidents cup,
eight to qualify: July 18. interclub
with the Portland Golf club; July 31,
interclub play with Tacoma Country
and Golf club for T. B. Wilcox trophy.
WILLAMETTE TEAM TO PLAT
Game Scheduled with Multnomah
Club Saturday in Portland.
Alex Donaldson, manager of the
Multnomah club baseball team, has
completed arrangements for bring
ing the Willamette university team
here for a game Saturday afternoon.
The game will be played on the
Winged M field at 2:30 o'clock.
The clubmen have defeated the
Salem school boys already this season.
winning by a decisive score of 13 to 3.
However, Coach Mathews' bunch say
that this will not happen again and a
great game is expected.
The club team is composed of for
mer high school and independent
players of Portland, among whom are
Roy Doty, Jimmy Sheehy. Brownie
Groce, Fred Garner. Tom Loutitt,
Andy Fiechtinger and Billy Stepp.
Doc Besson or Billy Lewis will pitch
for the clubmen with Joe Barr on the
Tuffy Irvine, all-around athlete of
the upper valley school, will be on
the mound for the visitors and some
good pitching is in store for the fans.
Bassler wil do the receiving.
ANGLERS' CLUB MEETING SET
Motion Pictures to Be Shown
The regular monthly meeting of the
Multnomah Anglers' club will be held
tonight on the eighth floor of the Ore
gon building. The membership drive
-which has been running for a month
VICTORIA CHALKS XTP AX.
OTHKR WIS IX 6-IXXIXG GAME.
Vancouver Pounds Yakima Hurler
at Will and Spokane Makes
VICTORIA. B. C. May 27. Victoria
won Its fourth straight game from
Tacoma today by a score of 8 to 4.
Law son held the Tigers to four scat
tered hits in six innings of play.
The game was called at the end of
the sixth on account of darkness. The
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Tacoma ..4 4 llVlctoria. . . 8 12 2
Batteries Brakke, Killeen and
Stevens; Lawson and Cunningham.
Vancouver 14, Yakima 1.
VANCOUVER, B. C, May 27. Van
couver pounded the offerings of Bar
nabe and Hill for 16 hits, with a total
of 14 runs, today, while Yakima gar
nered one lonely score. Cooper held
the visitors to seven scattered hits.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Yakima... 1 7 4 Vancouvef.l4 1 2
Batteries Barnabe. Hill and Gor
man; Cooper and Tobin.
. Spokane 6, Seattle 2.
SPOKANE. Wash., Jday 27. Spo
kane garnered four runs in the first
inning and two in the fifth, while
the best Seattle conld do was to put
over two runs in the sixth, and Spo
kane won its fourth consecutive game
from Seattle, 6 to 2. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Seattle 2 S l;Spokane.. 6 9 2
Batteries Cunningham and Hoff
man; Smith and Arnspiger.
BRAVES TIE TWO GAMES
CIAXTS DROP FIRST DOUBLE
HEADER OF SEASOX.
Champions Lose to Cardinals and
Phillies Beat Robins in 11
NEW YORK, May 27. The Boston
Nationals defeated New York In both
games of the season's first double
header, 5 to 2 and 5 to 0. Boston
has won all five games played on
the Polo grounds this year.
Left Fielder Mann of the Braves
was hit on the left elbow by a pitched
ball in the second game and forced
to retire. Mann was hit three times
during the two games. The scores:
First game .
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Boston 5 11 2New York.. 2 5 2
Batteries Rudolph, Eayers. Mc
Quillan and O'Neill: Douglaa, Hub
bell, Winters, Nehf and Snyder.
Second game r
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston 5 12 ljNew Tork .O 8 4
Batteries Scott and O'Neill; Barnes
St. Louis 16, Cincinnati 9.
ST. LOUIS. May 27 St. Louis and
Cincinnati indulged in another free-
hitting contest today, the locals win
ning. 16 to 9. Hornsby's home run
in the second came with two men
on bases. Stock weht out on a long
fly to Neale in the fifth after hitting
safely eight consecutive times in
three games. The score:
R. H. E. R. ft. E.
Cincinnati.. 9 13 6St. Louis.. 16 14 1
Batteries Sallee, Luque. See and
Wingo, Alien; Doak, Jacobs, Sherdel
Brooklyn 4, Philadelphia 5.
BROOKLYN, May 27. Brooklyn and
Philadelphia played off a' postponed
game today, the visitors winning, 5
to 4. in 11 innings. The Phillies got
a lead of four runs in the first three
innings. The visitors won in the 11th,
when Paulette singled and scored on
R. Miller's long double to left. Score:
R. H. E. K. H. JE.
Phila 5 11 2'Brooklyn.. .4 9 3
Batteries Smith and Witherow;
Mitchell, Mohart and Krueger.
Cubs Lose to Bush Squad.
TOLEDO, O., May 27. The Toledo
Rail-Light baseball club composed ot
independent players defeated the Chi
cago club of the National league in
an exhibition game today, a to 4.
X. -W. BAXK WINS 4 IX ROW
TJ. S. Xational Team Is Defeated by
5 -to-2 Score.
Bankers' League Standings.
W. L. Prt.
Un'ed States National
Bank of Cal.. Fed. Res.. State ... 1
Ladd & Til ten 0
The Northwestern Nationals won
their fourth straight game when they
handed the United States National
nine a 5-to-2 trimming yesterday on
the Vaughn-street grounds. Doran
pitched good ball for the losers, strik
ing out nine of the opposing batsmen.
Eddie Sammons played a bang-up
game at second for the United States
Nationals and his brilliant fielding
saved several runs.
. Davis pitched a tight game for the
winners, striking out 11 men and al
lowing only four hits. George "Twin"
Miller starred both at bat and in the
field making a perfect throw-in from
deep center, cutting off a run. The
TL H. E.I R. H. E.
V.W.Nat.. 6 7 UtT. S. Nat. .. 2 4 2
Resolute Tries Out Steel Mast.
BRISTOL, R. I., May 27. The sloop
Resolute, America's cup defense can
didate, had her first trial run to
day with the steel mainmast of 1915
as a substitute for the hollow wooden
mast which collapsed off New Haven
last Saturday in the tuning up trials
with the Vanitie. Officials declared
themselves satisfied with her be
havior but a number of other trial
spins will be conducted before the
sloop again meets the Vanitie off
Newport next week.
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$100 ADDED CASH TO BE GIVEN
FOR FASTEST MILE.
Speedway Inducements for Two-
Day Meet Should Pull Some
George K. Cassidy, of the General
fire company, will not only put up an
outfit of tires and inner tubes for
the winner of the five-mile sidecar
race at the Rose City speedway Sun
day and Monday, .but will also present
$100 in cash to the Portland rider who
wins the mile speed trial champion
ship during the two-day meet. The
racer making the mile in the fastest
time during the entire meet will grab
off the big cash prize.
The Firestone and Goodyear com
panies, as well as all of the local bi
cycle dealers, are putting up tires
and cycle merchandise to be com
peted for in extra and novel stunts
to be pulled at this year's gathering
of speed, demons from all over the
Pacific coast. A special bicycle race
as been added to each day's pro
gramme, which will be an innovation.
The programme will be run off in a
rapid-fire manner, commencing at 2
P. M. Sunday and Monday afternoon
Manager Ely, of the Hippodrome
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k The fishing season is here most of the
'streams are in good order the water is
warming up and the fish are taking the fly
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you start, drop in, and let us see that you
get the right sort of good tackle.
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theater, has announced the entry of
a whirlwind motorcyclist in the
events, the hero, of a serial picture
which will hold the boards at his
house next week. The rider and his
special-built machine will be seen in
a parade tomorrow night, starting on
Broadway, between Morrison and
Yamhill streets. All local riders, are
invited to take part in the parade and
be a guest of Mr.Ely next Tuesday
night at a theater party. The "whirl
wind" entry has already ridden the
Rose City speedway track.
When Sacramento took both ends
of the double-header from Oakland
last Sunday the Senators captured
their first series of the 1920 cam
paign. THE HART CIGAR COSTPAJIY.
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