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TITE MORNING" OREGONIAN, FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1930
4 FAST PRELIMINARY
BOUTS PUT ON BILL
Card for Shannon-Benjamin
Go Is Now Complete.
LITTLE FELLOWS SIGNED
CONCEDED TO OJ. C.
WASHINGTON TRACK TEAM
AFTER SECOND PLACE.
Matchmaker of Opinion . Fans
Would Rather See Speed; Ban.
tarns Than Clumsy Heavies.
ARMORY CARD Jl'NK 4.
Eddy Shannon vs. Jo. Benjamin, tea
Dink Brenton vs. Sammy Gordon, eight
Johnny Coy vs. Abe Gordon, eight rounds.
Joe Swain vs. Red. Henry, four rounds.
Dummy O'Brien vs. jimmy Moscow. lour
BY PICK SHARP. "
Four fast preliminary bouts have
been arranged by Matchmaker Bobby
Evans to back up the Eddie Shannon
Jpe Benjamin embroglio to be held at
the armory June 4.
Evans is of the opinion that the
fans would rather watch the fast lit
tle men- in action than the large,
Sammy Gordon, the little bantam
who made a great showing against
Billy Mascott in Milwaukee recently,
will be given a chance against Dick
Brenton. a California bantam of class.
In the eight-round semi-final.
Cordon Believed Rustled.
It was the opinion that Gordon was
rushed a bit fast when pitted against
Mascott. who Is about the best bantam
on the coast, and he should show to
better advantage against a boy like
Brenton and incidentally .work bis
way up to another go with the South
Sammy has a large following among
the fans. He never fails to please
when he starts. Brenton is a long
ways from being a set-up for any of
the western bantamweights, as he has
had no trouble in holding his own
with such men as Danny Edwards,
Young Farrell, Danny Kramer. Babe
Herman and a host of others.
Flyweight Are Matched.
The other eight-round go will bring
ut those two classy midgets, Johnny
Coy and Abe Gordon. This pair of
flyweights recently put up one of the
greatest four-round bouts seen here
in recent years and with the added
four rounds to settle their differences
the fans can look forward to some
Red Henry, who halls from Seattle,
will start against the old reliable Joe
Swain in one of the four-round bouts.
This boy Henry looks and acts like
Boy McCormick and as Swain likes
the rough going, the fans can look
for a real Donny brook when the mid
dlwelghts get under way.
Dummy O'Brien, a featherweight of
no mean ability, will get a tryout in
the first bout of the night with Jimmy
Moscow, O'Brien is eager to show
and is ambitious to tangle with Ted
Hoke. He will be used with the hard
hitting Hoke if he manages to score
a decisive win over Moscow.
Moscow will never be any more
than an ordinary preliminary boxer,
but It must be handed to the little
wop for his gameness. No matter
how fast the other boy Is sending
them in, the Italian never retreats,
and though It Is seldom that he gains
the verdict, he is about the best trial
horse in the city for all newcomers,
for anyone that can stow Jimmy
away is entitled to more than a cur
Eddie Shannon, who arrived
Wednesday night, lost no time in hit
ting the grind for his go with Ben
jamin. The Celt went out on the road
in the morning and went several
rounds in the gymnasium with his
sparring partners yesterday after
Ilrnjamin Starts orfli Tomorrow!
Transportation will be forwarded
Benjamin this afternoon and he will
start north Saturday morning with
his manager, Billy Gibson, Joe is
training daily In the Bay City, having
a four-round engagement- with Young
JUrowQ at Dreamland, tonight.
Because Joe Benjamin said he was
poorly treated here when he met
Freddie Anderson, his manager, Billy
Oibson has asked that some one other
than the official referee of the com
mission officiate. As the present ret
eree, Grover Franels, has only been
appointed to that position slnee Bobby
Evans has beert' matchmaker, Evans
has refused to grant Gibson's request
and told the eastern right manager
that Francis as the official - referee
Benjamin when he met Freddie An
derson was entitled to a draw and no
mere. Pearl Casey, who was at thai
time referee, made no mistake in ren
dering his verdict and Benjamin has
no one but himself to blame for (all
Ing to win the bout.
It would be a foolish rrve on the
part of the commission to grant Gib
son his request, for If he was allowed
to have a say as to the referee it
would only be a matter of a short
time unlit every preliminary, fighter
igned to appear here would be die.
tating the referee to the matchmaker
and commission and the commission
would have the extra expense. e three
er four officials.
Andre Anderson will not appear on
the bill as was announced, as Match
maker Evans was unable to sign
heavy capable of giving the giant
Chicagoan a tussle. Rather than give
the fans a one-sided bout, Evans de
cided to hold Anderson over until the
following week and start him with
man who figures to give him a battle.
The fans who have had stand'ng
orders at the Sol Stiller and Si Rich
cigar stands for all the bouts held
here by the Portland boxing commis
sion need not worry about their res
ervations, as the pasteboards will be
set aside for them until Wednesday
night, the day following the opening
of the sale.
After that those who desire to place
a Standing order may make arrange
ments with the ticket seller at Sherman-Clay
Piano company. Sixth and
Morrison 'streets. Until the sale opens
Matchmaker Evans will take all or
ders at 21 Gasco building.
Seatdn Again Sent. on Way.
VISALIA, Cal.. May 37. Hanford
club was officially reinstated in the
Ban Joaquin Valley Baseball league
yesterday. The team was suspended
Monday for refusal to discharge Tom
Seaton, pitcher, who was uncondition-
' ally released from the San Francisco
team of the Coast league with the
statement by Manager Graham that
"baseball must be kept clean."
Hanford had been given until noon
yesterday to reconsider the decision to
retain Seaton. Just before It o'clock
Manager Ross appeared before Presi
dent Buckman of the league and an
nounced willingness to dispense with
Beaton's services. The application
(or reinstatement was Immediately
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Seeae from the Hnrr Leknusa eoxaedy. "The Twilight Baby," which will
pea at the Star theater tomorrow.
excitement of "westerns." The new
programme will include Henry Lehr
mann's latest comedy, "The Twilight
Baby." and-, motion pictures of last
autumn's Pendleton round-up, neither
offering having ever been before
shown on a Portland screen.
The comedy, according to Mr. Jensen,-
who personally supervised the
"cutting" of -the picture, has a lot
of entirely new stunts as well as
some of the favorite old ones with
out which real screen fun simply isn't
Four reels tell the story of last
years renaieton round-up and are
said to be the finest eve- made of
this Oregon event which annually at
tracts hundreds of persons from the
Atlantic coast. A number of thrill
Ing scenes show In detail the dan
serous stunts which In more than
one case result In victory 00 the part
oi me animal.
The Star theater will continue Its
noon shows, timed in such a manner
that business men may see the entire
programme during their noon hour.
Tomorrow morning it will hold its
weekly children's matinee, opening its
doors at o clock.
TODAY'S FILM KEATl'BES.
Liberty Naslmova. "The Heart
of a Child."
Columbia Mae Murray, in "On
With the Dance."
Rivoli Emerson Hough's "The
Majestic Elsie Janis, in "The '
Peoples "Mrs. Temple's Tele
gram." Star Henry Lehrmann's "The
Circle Douglas MaeLean and
Doris May, "Mary's Ankle."
Globe-May "Allison, "Fair and
HE best programme the Star
. I - has ever had,"- So C. S. Jen
sen, its big chief, character
ised the show which wilfr open to
morrow at Portland's motion picture
house 'recently rededicated specially
to business men and adventurous
youths who particularly crave the
SH0LHST1C TRIALS HELD
ELIMINATION EVENTS SIFT
OUT CULLS OF TEAMS.
jne-Man Teaon on Way to Pull
man for N. Xfm Conference
SEATTLE, Wash.. May 27. (Spe-
ial.) Coach "Hec" Edmundson and
ne University of Washington track
athletes left tonight for Pullman,
where they will compete in the north
west conference track meet Satur
day, Every one of the Sundodgers is
in the prime of condition with the ex
ception of Captain Ervin Pailey, The
Washington athletes are going east
of the mountains determined to pick
off second honors for the local insti
tution. O A. C. is generally conced
ed first honors.
Ray -Eckmann will represent the
purple and gold in the sprints and
broad jump; Reg Pratt, quarter and
relay; Don Douglas and Harry Beall,
halt mile and relay; Marsh Davis, wo
mile and possibly mile; Chuck Frank
land, high hurdles and jumps; Gus
Pope, .weights; Ernest. Goodner, pole
vault and jumps, and either Captain
Dalley, sprints and hurdles, or Frank
Perkins, quarter mile. Captain Dailey
ia suffering from an injured foot and
may be unable to make the trip.
Reg Pratt won the right to go to
the W. S. C. meet in place of Frank
Perkins, in the 440-yard dash, by
defeating Perkins in the fastest quar-
er run on the local track this year.
The race was run last night, Pratt's
time being :50.04. This equals the
fastest time mafle by any other north
west man this year.
OREGON'S SQUAD IS CHOSEN
Coach Harward Announces Names
of Nine Men.
EUGENE, Or.. May 87. The nine
men from the university or Oregon
to participate in the northwest con
ference track meet at Pullman, Wash.,
Saturday were announced yesterday
by Coach "Bill" Harward as follows:
Captain Henry Foster, 100 and 820-
yard dashes and broad jump; Ken
neth Bartlett. discus anud shotput;
Harold Hargreaves, high and broad
jumps and javelin; Leith Abbott, 880-
yard dash and relay; Glenn Walkley,
mile and two-mile; "Dick Sunderleaf
and Sidney Haslip, 440-yard dash and
relay; Carl Knudsen. high and low
hurdles, and Thomas Strachan. shot-
Ir.ation, in the semi-finals In the A. A.
U. championship tournament. The
score was 16-21. 21-8, 11-21. Max
Gold and J. Beck of the Los Angeles
Y. M. C. A. will meet tomorrow to
decide who will play Klawiter Sat
urday for the championship.
AGGIE JUNIORS BEAT SENIORS
Jefferson and Washington Appear
to Have Best Chance In To
Results of the field event trials held
yesterday on the Multnomah Amateur
Athletie club field as a preliminary to
the annual interscholastio track and
field meet this afternoon indicate
that the race for first honors will be
close between Jefferson and Wash
ington high schools. Although the
jumpers, putters and tossers were not
striving for records yesterday, the
performances indicate fairly well
what the mep in the field events will
do this afternoon. The preliminary
trials were staged for the purpose of
eliminating all but the first eight
men in each field event and also two
heats of the 440-yard aasn, w.m five
men qualifying in each heat for the
finals this afternoon-
Homer Bidwell of Jefferson placed
first in the shot put trials with a
heave of 40 feet- He also finished
third in the discus throw with a toss
of 96 feet 10 inches. Kenneth Scott
of Washington hurled the discus 111
feet 1 inch, which was tne vest mark
made by- any of the discus throwers.
Cook of Franklin and Murray of
Jefferson finished first in the two
heats of the 440. Cook's time for his
heat was 64:4 seconds, while the time
for the second was considerably
slower, being 56:3 seconds.
The summary and the names of
those who qualified for the finals to
day as follow:.
Shot put-Bidwell. Jefferson: Johnson.
Columbia; Scott. Washington; Haeseren.
Benson; Beck, Lincoln; Hieks, Columbia;
Holmes. Frnnklin; Welcome, ColuQibiii.
Discus Scott, Washinston; Johnson
Columbia; Bidwll. Jefferson; Tucker,
Franklin; Walker, Jefferson: Hiak, Wash
ington: Hicks, Columbia; Rowley, Wash.
Wfrion; 0lBxn.nl, frsnHllR.
410-yard dash "irst heat Cook. Krank
lin; Wisgtna, Jeffarsoa; Muller, Benson,
neuuricKs, eiierson; v well, Lincoln
Murray Columbia. Tims 54:4 seconds. Sec.
ond heat Murray, Jefferson: Wright, Jef.
ferson: Duffey, lancoln; Adler, Lincoln
Bell. Benson. Time AS:3 seconds.
Pole vault Richmond, Washington: Sun.
aerieaf, Washington: Keleey. Jefferson
Bracher. Jefferson; Poison. Franklin; Vin
son. James John; Wagner. James John:
prunes, rrannnn. qotgni. If leet.
Javeun walker, jerrerson: Sutton. Ben
son; Burton. Jefferson; Gardner. Jefferson;
Beck. Lincoln: Miller. James John; Haak,
Washington; Haggeren, Benson. Distance,
Broad jump John Wilkson, Washing'
ton; Kolkana, Franklin; Emler. James
jonn: is.eisey, jerrerson: poison. Franklin;
Maloney, Benson; Battee. Lincoln; Rowley.
Washington; Bell, Benson. Distance, IB
High jump Wilkson. Washington; Rich,
mond. Washington; Colvin, Jefferson; Kel-
sey, jerrerson; rslnon, Franklin: Muller,
uentnn; Kearasn. Columbia; Leggitt. Lin'
cola; Wright. Lincoln.
National Handball Champion Loses.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. May 27. Wll
liam Banft, of the Los Angeles Ath
letic club, national singles handball
champion, was defeated today by
Geore-e Klawiter of the same organ-
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Oorvallls, May 27. (Special.)
The Junior class baseball team de
feated the seniors here Wednesday
evening by a score of .3 to 0, In the
second game of the inter-clasa series.
Rlchter pitched good ball tor the
losers, but lack of support accounted
for the three runs.
The juniors will play the sopho
mores the last of this week or the
first of next. The first game resulted
n a win for the sophs over the rooks.
Batteries for the junior-senior game
were: Seniors, Richter and Long
uniors, Peitsker and Campbell.
Lane Gets Coast Swim Title.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 27. Clar
ence Lane, swimming for St. Mary'
college of Oakland, won the 100-yard
free style championship of the Pa
cific association of the Amateur Ath
letic union in. the Olympic club poo
here last night. .His time was s7 3-
When the body
and brain are
tired, the refresh
ment par excel
A real beverage
for the weary and
close of the season always finds him
around the top in fielding.
Jimmy Shlnn, former Sacramento
outfielder. Is living in Hopland, a
small city in northern California,
fchinn played in the old combinatien
that included Van Buren, Moran and
Wilde Goes Home Saturday,
NEW YORK, May 27. Jimmy
Wilde, British flyweight boxing
champion, announced tonight that he
would sail for England Saturday. He
said he was pleased with the re
sult of his American tour and wished
to - thank the American people for
the fine way in which he had been
treated in the various cities when he
appeared. He said he expected to re
turn to America in the fall.
PAPER CHASE TDMDBHW
LAST OF SEASON TO BE HELD
BY P ORTIxAXD HUNT CLUB.
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Coast League Gossip.'
Considerable argument is being in
dulged in at San Francisco over the
decision of the ' official scorer In
awarding a victory to Suds Suther
land when he relieved Schroeder in
the slugfest between Portland and
the Seals in San Francisco May 20.
Koehler batted for Schroeder in the
eighth with a runner on first and one
out and the score 8-7 in favor of the
Seals. Koehler's single. Blue's triple
and Wlsterzil's single produced three
runs and won the game. Sutherland
pitched the last two innings. Should
he have been awarded the victory?
Without desiring to enter into any
controversy, we are inclined to think
the scorer was wrong. Sutherland did
not enter the game until the last half
of the eighth, when the score stood
10-8 in Portland's favor. Schroeder
was entitled to whatever his time at
bat gave him, and it is always ousto
mary to score a game that way.
Denny Williams is batting .854 for
the Moose Jaw club of the Western
Canada league. Libke has dropped
three straight games for the same
club, while the "Rube" southpaw,
Lesher, has won his only start. Both
these boys were with the Beavers in
spring training at Ontario last spring,
Sacramento has only five slabsters
Prough, Mails. Penner, Kunts and
Fittery. With eight games scheduled
for this week it is going to interfere
with the boys' golf to a great extent.
Three or four of them will have to
work twice. Rogers has hopes that
Roy Mitchell will join him next week,
The latest fielding averages show
that Chadbourne, Miller, Eldred and
Eddington are leading the league out
fielders. Chadbourne has been In the
league for many years, counting his
r-arly days with the Beavers, nnd the
Event Will be Open Pairs for Men
and Women. Mr. and Mrs.
Cronin to Lay Course. -
- Thrilling and keenly contested are
the paper chases of the Portland Hunt
club. Through the woods and fields,
across streams and ditches, over logs
and fences, the trails are laid hasard
cua enough to test the nerve and
horsemanship ' of the most expert
The season of lsls-30 will end with
the annual spring meet July t, 4 and t.
Coming as it does almost immediately
after the horse show during Shrine
week, there is little doubt but that a
large number of the eastern and Pa
cific coast entries will be held over
and entered In the different events.
The feature of this year's meet w4ll
be the steeplechase, and as there have
been several new hunters added to the
club this year, this race will bring out
a large entry list. Even without en
tries from the hunt clubs of other
cities, there are certain to be trial
heats, and the champion hunter of the
club will not be determined as ia past
years by one race.
The last paper chase of the oeason
will be held tomorrow and will be
an open pairs paper chase for women
and men riders of the club. The start
will be from the Portland Hunt club
at 3 P. M. and the trail will be laid
by Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Cronin.
This chase will be a pairs team
chase. Two riders constitute a team.
The first rider finishing to receive a
number of points for the team as
there are a number of riders compet
ing; each succeeding rider finishing
to receive one less point for his team.
The team receiving the greatest num
ber of points will be declared the
GATE SPLIT TO BE DECIDED
Coast Conference to Hold Special
Meeting In Portland.
Bill Hayward, athletic trainer and
coach of the University of Oregon
track squad, and Mike Butler, who
holds down a like position at the Ore
gon Agricultural college, stated yes
terday that they expeeted to be on
hand Saturday, June &, when the ape
eial meeting ef the Pacino coast con
ferenee will be held at the Imperial
Dr. A. D. Browne of Stanford, preai
dent of the conference, has sent out
call for the meeting. One of the
important questions that will be de
cided at the meeting, and which has
threatened to epllt the conference, is
the present rule providing for an
equal split of gate receipts of foot
ALBANY TO PLAY WASHINGTON
State Title Will Be Settled at Local
Game Next Monday.
The Washington High school base
ball team, winner of the 1920 Inter
scholastic championships, will meet
Albany High school for the state titl
Monday afternoon on Multnomah
field. W. A. Fenstermacher, coach
of the local team, clesed the Albany
contest yesterday. This is the first
time in several years that an out-of-
town team has been brought here to
decide the state title.
Coach Fenstermacher will use the
same line-up that went through th
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season just ended withqut meeting a
single defeat. Kenneth Scott, who
Pitched in five of the seven games
won by Washington, will do mound
duty for the Colonials. The game
will start at 2 o'clock. Admission
will be charged.
D Palma Draws Pole Position.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. May . 27.
Ralph Ee Palma won the right to
the pole in the 500-mile race for
870,000 to be beld at the Indianap
olis motor speedway May 31, when
he thundered around the briok sau
cer in elimination trials at the
rate of 100 miles an hour. Joe Boyer,
ouis Chevrolet nnd Jean Chasagne,
French car driver, will make up the
first row with Do Palma. Further
trials will be held Friday.
Doughboy Leads Olympic Shoot.
QUANTICO, Va, May 27. Ser
geant H. L, Adams, United States
army, with a score, of 394 points led
all competitors today in the first
day's competitive shooting for seleo
tion of the all-American rifle team
to compete in the Olympic games at
Antwerp this summer.
American Henley Opens Today.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. May 87.
Four of the leading college crews
navy, Princeton, Columbia and Penn
sylvania will open the American
Henley regatta on the fcfchuykill riv
er late tomorrow afternoon, when
they will race for .the Chllds eup.
The Annapolis crew is aa added at
traction by invitation of the other
contestants for the cup which was
donated by George W, -Childs ia 1879.
Dixon Wins Missouri Shoot.
POPLAR BLUFF. Mo May 27.
Harve Dixon of Joplin won the Mis
souri amateur trapshoeting tourna
ment which concluded here today. His
score was 87. 99, 99 out of a possible
100 for the three-day shoot.-"Shrank;
M. Troeh of Vancouver, Wash.y cap
tured the long run shoot, breaking
18S straight targets
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on and After Sunday, May 30th
SPOKANE, PORTLAND & SEATTLE RY.
All trains to and from Spokane and east will use the Union Station.
No. 2, Leave Union Station 7:10 P. M "ORIENTAL LIMITED" for Spokane,
Glacier National Park, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, via Great Northern Ry.
and Burling-ton Route east of Spokane. Arrive Spokane 6:50 A. M.
Equipment consists of drawing room standard sleeping car and dining ear service
through to St. Paul and Chicago, tourist sleeping car to St. Paul, observation sleeping
car and coaches to Spokane, and Spokane to Chicago. '
This train continues as the "NORTH COAST LIMITED" for Yellowstone National
Park, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, via Pasco and Northern Pacific Ry., until
June 6th, oh and after which date the "NORTH COAST LIMITED" will leave Port
land 9;15 A. M. as S. P. & S. Ry. train No. 4,
Sleeping cars for Central Oregon points continue on So. 2.
No. 4, Leave Union Station 9:15 A. instead of 7:55 A. a Fast Day Train for
White Salmon, Lyle, points east thereof, and Spokane. Arrive Spokane 9:05 P. M.
Connections at Spokane for Montana, St. Paul and East.
. Equipment consists of observation parlor car, dining car and coaches.
On and after Sunday, June 6th, this train will be the "NORTH COAST LIMITED,"
via Northern Pacific Ry. and Burlington Route east of Spokane, for Yellowstone
National Park, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, carrying drawing room standard
sleeping car and dining car service through to St. Paul and Chicago, observation car,
tourist sleeping car and coaches Spokane to Chicago.
No. 6, New Train, Leave 7:35 A. M. for Lyle, Goldendale and intermediate points.
No. 8, Leave 9:45 P. M. for Fallbridge and intermediate points.'
- Through Trains
No, 1, Arrive Union Station 7:45 P. M, "ORIENTAL LIMITED from Chicago, S.
Paul, Minneapolis, Glacier National Park and Spokane, via Great Northern Railway and
Burlington Route east of Spokane. Leave Spokane 8:00 A. M.
Equipment consists of drawing room standard sleeping car and dining car service
through from Chicago and St. Paul, tourist sleeping car from St. Paul, observation
ear and coaches Chicago and St. Paul to Spokane, and Spokane to Portland.
This train continues as the "NORTH COAST LIMITED" from Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Yellowstone National Park via Northern Pacific Railway and Burlington
Route east of Pasco, until June 6th, on and after which date it will arrive Portland
as S. P. & S. Ry. train No. 3 at 8:00 A. M.
No. 3, Arrive Union Station 8:00 A. M, New Limited Train from Spokane, Pasco,
Central Oregon, Lyle and White Salmon. Leaves Spokane 9:00 P. M.
Equipment consists of observation sleeping car, drawing room sleeping ear (tourist
sleeping ear beginning June 7th) and coaches.
Or and after June 7th, this train will be the "NORTH COAST LIMITED," vi
Burlington Route and Northern Pacific Ry., east of Spokane from Chicago, St, Paul,
Minneapolis and Yellowstone National Park, carrying drawing room standard sleeping
car and dining car service from Chicago and St. Paul, observation car, tourist sleeping
car and coaches Chicago to Spokane, and Spokane to Portland.
No. 5, Arrive 9:30 A. M, from Fallbridge and intermediate points. Centraf Oregon
connection on No. 3.
No. 7, New Train, Arrive 6:55 P. from Lyle and intermediate points.
No. 3, Formerly Arriving at 7:30 P. M, from Spokane, will be discontinued.
Spokane Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 use Union Station, local trains use North Bank
Station, Tenth and Hoyt streets.
" Consolidated Ticket Office, Third and Washington streets, Union and North Bank