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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1020
BEAVERS 00PE0 TO
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CLUB TEAM EMS
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tNlTo ALL KINOS
Or. Willing Gets Par Score in
Oaks to Play on Own Home
at less than wholesale cost of production
Shirck & Son Co., Portland. Entire stock
of high-grade tailored Silk Shirts to be
sacrificed in this special sale.
PORTLAND FOUR LEADS
LEADERS DUE FOR FIGHT
Entries to Be Accepted Today at
l'irst Tee in Men's Amateur
Positions nj thi seat
OF A COMPARTMENT CAR
SEAT AMD EM JOY IT"
This Week Appears Crucial in Fig
uring Team Positions in
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BT ROSCOE FATVCETT.
Brilliant golf on the-part of Er. O.
f. Wlllinpr and Forest Watson fea
tured the opening day of the 1920 Ore.
ron state prolf championships yes
terday fit the Waverley Country club.
The first day was devoted exclusive
ly to the qualifying: rounds for the
-four-man team event for the inter
state trophy offered by John G. Clem
son. The Portland Golf club led with
the lowest arcsa t e gross eeore of
642 strokes. Wavcrlcy Country club
. finishing close behind with 648.
These two teams will meet in the
.finals for the trophy next Sunday
afternoon at match play in two four
. ball matches. The Grays Harbor
Country club, Aberdeen, Wash., cn
"tered the only outside team in the
competition and landed third place
- with 713 strokes.
Willing Plar Par f.olf.
The cards turned in by Dr. Willing
and Forest Watson were unusually
good. Despite the rain and the slow
turf Willing negotiated the 36 holes
in 73-71-146 and Watson In 72-77-149.
Par at Waverley is 71. Heinrich
Schmidt, former western champion,
struck his stride in the afternoon
and came home with a card of 75 for
. the final IS holes. Rudy Wilhclm and
- Russel Smith ran into occasional
'snags and ruined their medal scores
on one or two holes in each round.
Wilhelmos scores were 8-80-161.
The detailed scores follow:
Portland fiolf Club.
Rudolph Wiltirlm 81 RO 161
Dr. O. F. Willing 7.1 71 146
Crsel Kav S3 2 1H7
Roscoe Fawcctt 8T 81 16S
Waverlex Country f'luh.
Russel Smith S4 R5 169
Forest Watson 7'-' 77 1 4:t
,T. rt. Straight 2 7! 161
A. S. Kerry 80 K'J 16!)
iraj Harbor tiolf Club Aberdeen).
- Heinrirli Schmidt
W. .1. Pattorson. ,
Harry 1'hipps ....
Qualifying rounds for the men's
amateur state golf championship will
be the atraction at Waverley today..
Play will be 36 holes, 16 to qualify in
the championship flight Walter Pear
son, chairman of the tournament
committee, announced last night that
entries would be accepted at the'
first tee, so those who have not'
mailed entrance fee and entry blank
may do so then. The committee de
cided to waive the drawings and the
qualifiers will be paired off as they
come up to the first tee and are
ready to go.
The first elimination round of the
men's championship, 36 holes, will
be played Wednesday, the second on
Thursday, the semis on Friday and
the finals Saturday.
Outsiders Ilrarh City.
Andrew White, runner-up in the
Waverley club championship last fall,
arrived yesterday from Med ford and
will be among those present this
morning. Brooke EMckeon of Pendle
ton was another out-of-town golfer
to put in appearance.
The qualifying round of the wom
en's championship will not be played
until Wednesday, 18 holes, with eight
to qualify. By inadvertence it was
given out a day or two ago that the
women would qualify Tuesday, but
the schedule calls for tho women to
tee off in the qualifying round on
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The prizes are on exhibition at the
"BIG BILL" OFF TO SETTLE
Ml'LTXOMAH GUARD SOUTH
PAW ACCEPTS TEJtMS.
All-Round Athlete Due to Get first
Try hi the Rox in Sound
"Big Bill" Rcid, Multnomah Guard
aouthpaw, left last night for Seattle,
having accepted terms offered him
by the Sound Cities International
league and is due to get his first
try in the box Wednesday.
Reid is considered one of the best
bets in the Intercity league, both as a
twirler and as a sticker. He has been
batting over .400, the majority of his
clouts being of the extra base va
riety. Reid is an all-round athlete,
having won four letters baseball,
football, basket ball and track at
the Franklin high school in Seattle.
While overseas he participated in all
army athletic activities.
Bill is the first man to "go up"
from the local semi-pro organizations
this year. Other "bustiers" who have
been given the once-over and stand a
chance of promotion include twirlers
Larry Miller, Quissenberry and Ke
ough; catcher Helmke, shortstop You
manp, third-basemen Jackson and
Knipple and Roy Doty, first sacker.
The Eeastern & Western Lumber
Co. defeated the fast.Molalla team
5 to 2 Sunday on the Molalla diamond.
The Sherwood and Hillsboro inter
city teams met again Sunday in a
regularly scheduled league contest.
This is the second setto staged be
tween these old-time rivals. The first
game played at Sherwood went to
Sherwood 11 to 4. This game will be
played on the Hillsboro diamond and
is attracting attention throughout the
Portland fans will have an oppor
tunity hunday of looking over two
fast intercity teams when the Mult
nomah Guards and the Portland Iron
works, squads mix it for nine innings
on the Vaughn street grounds. Larry
Miller will twirl for the iron works.
The Guard twirler will be selected
from Tex Robbins. Chuck Bowers
Ted Anderson and Geseka.
Hillsboro will send quite a delega
tion of ball fans to the hop to be
staged by the Portland Baseball asso
ciation at the Multnomah hotel tomor
row night. k
Independent Xine After Games.
The May Hardware company base
ball team would like to hear from
some out-of-town teams for Sunday
ball games. F'or contests write Man
ager A. Roehm, 550 McLaughlin avenue.
a " VaJHILE AT HOME Nl A PERFECTLY COMFORTrVBLC
WATER TRIALS ATTRACT
ORFJGOX SWIMMERS RKAIlY TO
MECT TANK STAltS.
All Coasl lo Send Contenders lo
Alameda Cal., to Compete
for Olympic Place.
Every section of the I'acific coast
will be represented at the Pacific
region Olympic game swimming trial
slated for Neptune beach. -Alameda,
Cal., June -6 and 27. in the famous
Neptune 100-yard tank. Oregon has
a good prospect for the men's fancy
diving team in L,ouis "Happy" Keuhn
of the Multnomah amateur athletic
club, who is the present junior na
tional diving champion.
Oregon will also make a strong
bid for representation on the women's
team when Miss Thelma Payne, the
national champion and Mrs. Constance
Meyers TJressler. former national
champion, line u; for the women's
The Hawaiian swimming team
headed by the famous Duke Kahana
moku have been on the ground for
nearly a week conditioning for the
coming event. Word from the south
is to the effect that the famous
"duke" appears to be juet as good
as he ever was. He is considerably
filled out since his last invasion of
this coast and with his one ounce
racing suit now weighs -04 pounds.
This addition of weight has made no
difference to his speed and in a trial
100 meters he was clocked in 1:03
which is only a small margin behind
his own world s record. Another of
the Hawaiian party who is showing
great speed in Ludy Langoe and his
work practically insures him a place
on the American team. Bill Harris
is a new man from Honolulu that
coast and nation-wide swimming en
thusiasts are wanting to see in action.
He has shown remarkable ability as
a 220-yard man and has a small tank
record of 2:26 for the distance.
Seattle has a new man in Mitrie
Konowaloff who has good prospects.
He recently set a new COO-yard north
west record and will be a probable
entrant in the trials.
Southern California has Clvde
Swensen the senior national diving
champion and several other good
prospects in the free style events.
BASEBALL FANS TO DANCE
UMPIRES WILL RE UTILIZED AS
'Old Bill" Heales Will Probably
Be Given Honor of Leading
While the rain played havoc with
the plans of the Portland Baseball as
sociation Sunday, insofar as the
schedule of league games was con
cerned, it did not in the least disar
range any of the plans for the asso
ciation's big dance and high jinks to
be staged at the Multnomah hotel
Wednesday night, June 9.
President Jack Routledge has eome
wonderful ideas in regard to the con
duct of this affair. He is of the opin
ion that he can take his perfectly
good corps of umpires and work them
to advantage on the ballroom floor
as managers of the evening. This is
fine and dandy with the team man
agers for they feel that this'even'ng
of all evenings they themselves should
be devoid of responsibility (they have
enough on and off the field during
the week), but they are dubious, for
Prexy Routledge's indicator men are
"in bad" with them, due to adveree
decisions, and the opinion seems to
prevail that "they will not do" even as
iT Now that the Kirkpatrlcks are once
again in good grace with the rest of
the gang (having dropped a game at
last) it is probable that "Old Bill"
Heales will be given the honor of
leading the grand march.' Bill is the
dean of the ball managers, having
played and piloted for the last 22
And the jinks end of the business
well, here comes the surprise. Noth
ing has leaked out of the committee
room, but 'tis understood that some
thing good is going to break.
Tickets are on sale at Meier &
Frank's, at Spauuding'a and by any
of the 42 teams of the association.
Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock. The
committee consists of Messrs. Elliott,
Lowry, Brooks. Vosper, Fortin, Lar
rison and Routledge.
Albany to Play at Brownsville.
ALBANY, Or.. June 7. (Special.)
The Albany Athletics have been
fipjiltl N. T. i
eigned to participate in the baseball
games which will be a feature of the
annual Pioneer picnic to be held at
Brownsville this month. The Al
bany team probably will participate
in games of the three days of the
davi: BA.VCROI r NOW ;ia.t
Kj-Beaver Star Traded for Arthur
I'loteher, Mctiraw's Captain.
NEW YORK, June 7. Official an
nouncement was made here today
that David Bancroft, star shortstop
of the Philadelphia National league
team, had been traded man for man
for Arthur Fletcher, captain of the
New York Giants and regular short
stop since 1911. .
When the Giants took the field in
Brooklyn Bancroft played shortstop
for the Giants.
AMERICANS HIT DISASTER
FIVE ENGLISH PI.AV EXTRIliS
Amateur Golfers Bow to Prowess
of Foreign Experts Who
Take Canny Games.
.ML'Ii: KIELJD. Scotland. June 7.
Five or the American golfers entered
in the English amateur championship
tournament which began today were
eliminated in the opening round.
A. J. F. Byers of Pittsburg. United
States champion in 1906. was defeated
Dave Bancroft, former Beaver
iihortMtop, who ti nn been trad
ed to New York UiantH for
Art Fletcher by Philadelphia.
by G. C. Manford, Luffrwess, 5 and 4
G. H. Walker of St. Louis lost to
A. E. Phillips. Porters Park, 3 and 2
and D. W. Smyth, County Down, de
feated F. S. Douglas of New York,
United States champion in 1S98, 3
F. S. Wheeler did not win a hole
in his'match against Captain S. F.
Carter of the Royal Port Rush club.
S. G. Stickney of Clayton, Mo., was
the first American player to win.- He
defeated Bertrand Bannerman of Yel
verton. 7 and 5.
In another first round match F. C.
Newton of New York finished all
square on the home green, but his
opponent. F. Caldwell Ker, beat him
playing the extra hole and won 1 up
MAGEE "WINS FIRST SKIRMISH
Cub Motion for Directed Verdict
Denied by Court.
CINCINNATI, O.. June 7. Motion
for a directed verdict -in favor of the
defendant was overruled today by
Federal Judge J. W. Peck at the con
elusion of the testimony of Lee Ma-
gee, who is suing the Chicago N:
tional league baseball club for salary
he claims is due him and for breach
James Costello, Boston, Mass., bil
liard hall proprietor, was the star
witness for the defense. Christy
Mathewson, manager of the Reds dur
ing the season of 1918, also was a
witness for the defense.
Magee, his own witness, gave test!
mony relating largely to his profes
The hearing will be resumed tomor
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YANKEES WIN AND LOSE
QL'IXX W1XS EIGHTH STRAIGHT
FOR XEW YORK AMERICANS.
White Sox Find Tiger Twirlers for
1(5 Hits and Keep Icagtfc
NEW YORK, June 7. The New
York Americans divided their double
header with Philadelphia today. New
York winning the first, 3 to 1, and
Philadelphia the second, an uphill
game, 6 to 5.
Quinn won his eighth straight
game in the fiist contest. Catcher
Myatt was spiked by Ruth and was
obliged to retire in the second. The
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Phila 1 5 New York. .3 12 0
Batteries Naylor and Perkins;
Quinn and Hannah.
R. H. E. It. H. E.
Phila 6 8 0New York.. 5 11 4
Batteries Harris, - Shawkey and
Myatt, Perkins; Collins and Ruel.
Chicago 10, Detroit 3.
CHICAGO, June 7. Three Detroit
pitchers were found for 16 hits by
Chicago today and the league cham
pions won an easy game, 10 to 3.' Ty
Cobb, injured Sunday in a collision
with Flagstead, will be out of the
game for 10 days. An X-ray exam
ination today revealed torn ligaments
in the knee. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Detroit 3 10 lChicago 10 15 3
Batteries Leonard, Ayer?, Allen
and Woodall: Faber and Hchalk.
Indians 5, Pirates 3.
CLEVELAND. June 7. The Cleve
land Americans defeated the Pitts
burg Nationals in an exhibition game
here today, 5 to 3. The score:
R. H. E.l R. H. E.
Pittsburg.. 3 8 lCleveland. . . 5 8 0
Batteries W lsrier and Haffner;
Odenwald and Thomas.
Cl'P DEFENDER MUST BE SE
LECTED BY JUXE2 0. .
New Steel Mast Substitute in Place
o'f Wooden One Carried Away;
No Damage to Yacht.
According to the present schedule,
the American cup defender must be
selected by June 20, and as many
races between the Resolute and Van
ities will be run as is practicable to
get in during the interval.
There can be no question that, at
this writing, the majority of yachts
men favor the ultimate chances of the
Resolute being selected for the honor
of competing against Sir Thomas Lip
ton's challenger, the Shamrock IV.
The fast that the Resolute carried
away her wooden mast during one of
her preliminary canters seems in no
wise to have delayed her preparations.
A steel mast immediately was. substi
tuted and no damage was suffered as
a consequence of the mishap.
After the final selection is made
after the last race has been won and
lost on June 20, the chosen American
yacht will be hauled out and her bot
tom made as smooth and clean as
glass so that not even an embryo bar
nacle can intrude itself to diminish
the speed of the craft that is to try
and keep the famous America's cup
on these shores.
Sir Thomas will have his Shamrock
IV and his trial horse Shamrock going
through maneuvers similar to those of
the Americans. Of course, it is a
foregone conclusion that the Sham
rock IV is six or more seconds faster
than the Shamrock, so the trials will
consist in trying to increase this ad
vantage, thus making the foreign
yacht's trials a test, not only against
a competing yacht, but against time.
Sir Thomas has stated that, win or
lose, this is the last time he will race
for the famous trophy. Should he
win, no more popular foreign victory
over this nation could well be con
ceive, for Lipton's game and sports
manlike attempts have won for him
the esteem and affection of all lovers
of good sport. .
Upper River Open to Sportsmen.
HOOD RlVEUi Or.. June 7. (Spe
cial.) Local anglers, limited up to
June 1 to the lower reaches of Hood
River, for the most part visited upper
forks of the stream yesterday. Fly
fishing on the headwaters is reported
as excellent and many fine catches
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A LITTLE FAULT !M
I T)Oisj't Know
were made. Th upper forks of the
stream, by recent act of the state fish
Rnd game commission, were closed
during th-3 montha of April and May
in order that trout might not be dis
turbed in spawning.
BENJAMIN TO MEET JONES
Tacoma Lightweight lo Face Coal
Champion at Seattle.
TACOMA, Was'i., June 7. (Special.)
Harold Jones. Tacoma lightweight.
will face Joe Benjamin, coast light
weight champion, in the four-round
main event of the northwest athletic
club smoker at Seattle next Friday
night. Chet Mclntyre made the match
Jones will meet Bert Forbes of
Seattle at Vantouver, B. C, on June
19. Morgan Jones, Harolds brother,
is scheduled to meet Ernie Farron.
the Yakima Indian, on the same card.
FIRST -SACKER FATTENS
Koehler Rated as Portland's Best
Batter, Holding Xintli Place
With .321 Average.
Earl Sheely of Salt Lake still leads
the Pacific coast league hitters, ac
cording to the averages, including
games of Friday, June 4. The Bees
first sacker is hitting at a .371 pace
and fattened materially in the series
with the Beavers. Pete Compton, the
slugging Sacramento center fielder,
is second on the list, with .351, while
Krnie Johnson, Salt Lake manager,
boosted his mark 13 points and
jumped into third place. It might be
added that Ernie performed like a
champion against Portland last week
and can be. credited for putting over
more than one of the five wins reg
istered by his team. Art Koehler
is rated as Portland's best batsman,
holding ninth place with a mark of
.321. Cox is next, with .316. The list
is as follows:
Sheely. S. I
Johnson, S. L.
McDonald, I,. A
Kltzrerald. S. F
MuRKert. y. F
Schick. S. F .
Koehler. Portland . . .
Hohne, Seattle ......
J. C. Smith, Vernon . .
Rumler. S. F
Basftlcr. 1.. A
Mitze. Oak . .
Kenworthy, Seattle - .
Krhaller. Portland . .
chadbourne, Ver. ....
McCla f f iKan. Sac
McAutey, L. A. ......
C.rlKKS. I- A
KruK, S. L
M ull iffan, S. I.
O'Connell. S. F
K. Crandall. LA.
Caveney. S. F
Corhan. S. F, .'
Nlehoff. L. A
I.onif. Ver .
Kamm, S. F
Lapan. L. A .'. .
Middleton. Seattle . ..
SENIORS DEFEAT FACULTY
Interesting Baseball Game Feature
of O. A. C. Alumni Day.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallis, June 7. (Special.)
The senior -class baseball team de
feated the picked team of the faculty
of Oregon Agricultural college Satur
day, as a feature of alumni day.
'Bob" Glenn, former Michigan Aggie
pitcher, threw them over for the fac
ulty, and the seniors touched him
up for 11 hits, two of which were
home runs. Richter pitched good
ball for the seniors. The line-up:
Seniors Morrla. shortstop; Rearden, sec
ond base; Simpson, first base; Lodell, third
base: Long, catcher; Foreman, left field;
Mather, center field: McClain, right field:
Richter. pitcher. Sieberts replaced Rear
den at second and Rearden replaced Fore
man in left field.
Faculty Wilcox, catcher: Beattie. right
field; Shaw, shortstop: Kadderly, first
base; Allen, center field; Coleman, third
base; Glenn, pitcher; Tennant. left field;
Chappell, second base. Simms replaced
Tennant in left field and Coleman went to
center field, sending Allen in to third.
Cottage Grove Defeats Albany.
COTTAGE GROVE, Or., June 7.
(Special.) The Cottage Grove cham
pions defeated Albany Sunday by the
one-sided score of 12 to 3, although
the visitors put up a good game. They
were simply outplayed and out-batted.
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Pacific Coat Ieag-ue Standing.
w. i.. ret. i w. .. pet.
Pan Kran. . 3 24 .HIMV Portland . . . -JS .4st
Salt Lake. . 3rt 24 .on: Sacramento 2 34 .4:13
ernon.... 35 1! .."' akland .. . 28 S7 .41.1
I.os Ancc's. 32 2U Seattle 23 35.307
It has been proved that the Beavers
are to be found lacking as a home
club, but will they go back on Boss
Walter McCredie's statement that on
the road they are "champions" when
they engage Oakland in a seven-game
series in the south beginning this
afternoon, iio far the Portland club
has borne out AValter, having lost
only one on the road this season, that
to the Seals, when they dropped four
games out of eight, one going to a
tie. Portland will be tackling a club
that is going about the same pace as
itself when they meet the Oaks. ,
Beavers Boost Beea.
Vernon trimmed Del Howard's
crew five games out of seven last
week, while Portland dropped five
out of six to Salt Lake, the Bees go
ing Into a tie for first place with
San Francisco as the result of their
drive on the Vaughn street lot, while
at the same time Los Angeles was
taking the Seals into camp in Los
Angeles, garnering five out of the
seven games played in the Cafeteria
If Portland can't beat Oakland this
week it will look bad. McCredie's
pitchers have been registering a re
versal of form the past two weeks
and are about due to win some games
again. Two new faces will make
their appearance in Portland uni
forms this week in Bert Glasier.
pitcher, and Fred Ley, a young out
fielder. Glasier is joining the team
from Detroit, while Ley has been
playing with the Rexburg club of the
daho independent league and comes
highly recommended. None other than
"Buddy" Ryan is sponsoring for him.
The McCredies tried to land Ley last
season but were unsuccessful. He is
said to be an exceptionally fast man
on the bags and a consistent hitter.
Juney May Be Lout.
Frank Juney, who drew his pay
from the Portland club up until the
other day when he left for Merced,
Cal.. presumably on a visit, but in
reality to look over the proposition
made to him to pitch for the Chochilla
club of the San Joaquin league, has
evidently listened to the call of the
bushes, as he worked in the box for
Chochilla yesterday, losing his game
2 to 1 to the Merced club. The local
report was that he would join the
Beavers in Oakland but then again
he may not.
Tho eyes of most
wool baseball fans
of the dyed-tn-
will be focused
on Salt Lake this week to watch the
outcome of the games between San
Francisco and Sail Lake in their bat
tle for the leadership of the league.
What the Salt Lake wrecking erew
will do in their own little park, if
they act like they did here last week,
may make history. San Francisco
showed well here but failed to de
velop any smashing attack like the
NEW YORK DROPS 5 IN ROW
Dodgers Land on Toney and II ub-
bcll for Game.
BROOKLYN", June 7. With Dave
Bancroft at short as a result of the
deal with Philadelphia for Fletcher.
New York improved today, but was
unable to beat Brooklyn. Bunched
hits Off Toney and Hubbell in three
innings won for the locals their fifth
National League Standings.
, W. I.. Prt.l W. I.. Pet.
Brooklyn.. 25 1 3 .23St. IxtuU... 22 22 ..101)
Cincinnati. 25 1 7 .395; Hoston . . . . IS 2.T.439
Chicago... 24 21 .533' New York.. 18 25.419
Pittsburg.. 20 19. 513'Phila 15 2T-.357
Amprirsa Krague Standings.
W. I.. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Cleveland. 28 1 6 .lt.Hl Wash' ton . . 20 18.526
New York. 29 17.3'st. Louis... 47 25.405
Chicago... 23 19 .StiSI Phila 16 28 .3K4
Boston 22 18 . 5501 Detroit ... . 14 30.318
Southern Association Kesultft.
At New Orleans 3-6, Memphis 9-5.
At Chattanooga 4. Atlanta 7.
At Nashville 5, Birmingham 6.
At Mobile 9. Little Rock 0. (Forfeited
by Little Rock in fifth.)
American Association Keftult.
Kansas City 3, at Toledo 4.
Minneapolis 8. at Columbus 4.
Louisvll'.e 10, at St. Paul 5.
Western League Results.
At Joplin 3. Oklahoma City 1.
At Wichita 13. Tulsa. 2.
At Sioux City 2, Dea Moines 3 (13 inn
How the Series Knded.
At Portland one game. Salt Lake five
games: at Seattle five games. Sacramento
one game: at San Francisco. Oakland two
games. Vernon five games: at Los Angeles
five games. San Francisco two games.
Where tbe Teams Play This Week.
Portland at Oakland. San Francisco at
Salt Lake, Seattle at Vernon. Los Angeles
Where the Teams Play Next Week.
Portland at Vernon. Seattle at Oakland.
San Francisco at Sacramento. Los Angeles
at Salt Lake.
Beaver Batting Averages.
B. H. Av.l B. H. Av.
Sutherland 49 1 6 .32! Baker 5112.235
Koehler... 165 53 .321!Klngdon.. . 168 38.226
Blue 207 63 .814'Jones 22 5.225
Cox 210 66 .S14iJuney 23 5.200
Maisel 173 53 .3l7iSDranger.. 11623.198
Wtsterxil. 213 65 .302'Siglin 138 25.181
Schaller.. 203 57 .2801 Poison . . . . 23 3 .143
Ross 19 S.264iKallio 18 2.111
Schroeder. 29 7 342lMcMullen. 1 0 .OOP
For happy parties
thirst calls, al
ways have a bottle
or two of
The wine of re
wine of hospitality-
All $12 and $13.50 pure Silk Broad
cloth and rich satin-stripe Silk Shirts
All $15.00 and up heavy-weight
pure Silk Jerseys, Broadclothr and
heavy satin-striped Crepes
anil w. - - . m
traight from the Giants by 4 to 2.
R. H. K. It. H. K.
New York.. 2 9 1 ;Brooklyn. . . 4 10 0
Batteries Toney, llubhell and Sny
der; Marquard and Miller.
Turfmen Plan Country Club.
LEXINGTON. Ky., June 7. A syn
dicate of New York turfmen, headed
by Edward F. Simms. who recently
paid J250.000 for Prince Palatine. theJ
great English sire, is negotiating for
the. purchase of Green Hills mansion
from Mrs. Pearl V. Haggin. widow
of the "copper king." according to
current reports. The New Yorkers,
it is said, will use the property for
a country club. The house is five
miles from Lexington and is the most
palatial in Kentucky. Near by are
the racehorse-breeding farms of Aug
ust Relmortt, Harry Payne Whitney
P Mild Havana
atisfies Every Test
THERE are 6 universal tests of a good cigar. You
may care more about one than you do about
another, but no matter what your test may bs
you will find that Lord Baltimore, the mild Havana
cigar, satisfies it completely. Lord Baltimore is made,
purposely, to meet these fundamental tests
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HEINEMAN BROS. Manufacturers, BALTIMORE, MD.
THE HART CIGAR CO., 305-307 PINE ST.
Portland, Oregon Distributors
"Bear this in Mind"
says the Good Judge
You not only get com
plete tobacco satisfac
tion from a little of the
Real Tobacco Chew
But it costs you less.
The rich tobacco taste
lasts so much longer
than the old kind ,
you don't have to have
a fresh chew nearly as
Any man who uses the .
Real Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short
W-B CUT is
i it nan im i si aimi i. mm j.ii .. . i i . kl
of New York; J. B. Widener. Phila
delphia: John E. Madden and Edward
RAINIERS (1ET CARD PITCHER
Woodward Won Seven and lost 12
SEATTLE, Wash., June 7. (Spe
cial.) Seattle has purchased Pitcher
Woodward from the St. Louis Na
tionals, it was announced tonight, and
in exchange the club turned over
Pitcher Tucro, who was bought a few
Woodward won seven and lost 12
games last season and is reported to
be a dependable right hander. Herb
Brenton was sold to Sacramento but
he refused to report, so the deal was
- cut tobacco
a long fine-cut tobacco