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TIIE MORXTXG OREGONIAX, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920
NEGRO EX-CHAMPION SURRENDERS HIMSELF TO CUSTODY.
TWO FAST SEMI-PRO
GAMES ON SCHEDULE
started to pitch for Boston, was wild
and ineffective and also made a
costly error. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston 4 3Cleveland.. .13 14 0
Batteries Bush and Walters, De
vine; Caldwell and O'Neill.
, RAY BEAT
fours at the tenth hole. They won
the twelfth, and we won the four
teenth, and the fifteenth becoming
dormie for the 36-hole match.
Best ball: (Morning)
Ouimet and Guilford
Out - 4 3 3 5 3 4 5 4 S S
In 55444435 5 3973
Vardon and Ray
Out 4 3 4 5 3 4 5 5 4 ST
In 3 4 4 4 4 4 S 4 4 34 "1
Best ball: (Afternoon.)
Ouimet and liuilford
Out 3 4 4 5 3 3 5 5 4 Ss
In 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 37 75
Vardon and Kay
Out 4 3 4 5 3 4 4 4 5 S
In 4 5 5 4 4 4 3 4 4 37 73
CHRISTY" aUTHEWSOX ILL
ON 3 SEAL PITCHERS
PLAYS HERE TODAY
TACOMA GOLF TEAM
Detroit 8, Washington 4.
DETROIT. July 30. Hitting oppor
tunely, Detroit won from Washing
ton today, 8 to 4. Ayers was re
lieved in the seventh by Ehmke. who
held the visitors safe after Detroit
had grouped three hits and two sac
rifices for four runs. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Wash'gton..4 13 2Detroit 8 13 0
Batteries Zachary and Gharrity;
Ayers, Ehmke and Ainsmlth.
Portland Smashes Way to
Crown Willamette-Arleta Go
Is Titular Affair.
Golf Victory Is Revenge, De
Interclub Match Will Be
Played With Waverley.
COX AND TOBIN STARS
In Spite of Heavy Artillery Fire,
Only Two Runs Are Landed
In Fourth Inning.
Pacific Coast league Standings.
W L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
XT.-...... -n d - v. i : ltTiiTi d . 37 .4S2
Salt Lake. .13 30 .56.-,Seattle ;1 .-403
L. Angeles.. 01 54 .5:lOOakland . ..2 f3 .4.i.
6an Fran. .59 57 .509Sacramento.jO 60 .431
At Portland 5. San Francisco 3.
At Seattle O. Los Angeles 1.
At San Francisco. Oakland 0, Sacra
mento 4. ,.-.,-
At Los Angeles, Vernon 2. Salt Lake 1.
BY ROSCOE FAWCETT.
San Francisco used three pitchers
In an effort to stem the Portland at
tack yesterday at Vaughn street, but
It was like trying to measure the
three-mile limit with a yardstick or
attempting to cut the Corbett lawn
with buttonhole scissors. "Biff" Schal
ler and Dickie Cox of the Beaver
corps were on a batting rampage,
and three or a dozen pitchers couldn't
have checked them.
Score: Portland 5, San Francisco 3.
The grudge juggling now stands
three games to one, as against the
six straight that the Seals captured
on their last trip to Portland.
Trio Yield 11 Hits.
"Death Valley" Jim Scott, Herb Mc
Qualde and then Jordan were called
out of the rathskeller to do slab
work for the Seals against Herb Gla
sier of Detroit. The trio yielded 11
hits amongst them and of this aggre
gate Schaller and Cox receipted for
three apiece, or more than one-half
the total. ,
Scott breezed along fairly well until
the fourth Inning. With the score 1-1
in the fourth, five Beavers hit con
secutively to all corners of the ball
yard Malsel, Schaller, Cox, Blue) and
Tobin and Scotty simply folded up
like a silk camisole in the suds of a
steam laundry and made his exit.
In spite of all this artillery fire,
Portland added only two runs to the
string during the fourth-inning fire
works. Dickie Cox coagulated around
first base and let Scotty trap him off
the bag, and, to round out the loose
Jointed base-running, Tobin ran Blue
off third base and eased himself into
a double play.
Cox and Tobin Are Stars.
However, both Cox end Tobin
played stellar ball, and more than re
deemed themselves in the eyes of the
committee on new business in the
crandstand and bleachers. Tobin
yanked a high foul out of the stand
near first base in the eighth Inning
at a time when there were runners
champing their bits on second and
third and perhaps saved the game for
Glazier. Glazier got himself into deep
water not only in the eighth, but also
In the ninth. After Wolter's double
and Fitzgerald's single In the ninth.
Manager McCredie yanked Glazier,
and Poison came through magnifi
cently. He fanned Connolly and the
fun ended with Walsh hitting into a
nifty double play.
McCredie used his outfield recruit.
Manush, In right field and Blue went
back to first when Koehler hurt his
knee trying to reach a wild heave by
Spranger In the first Inning. Manush
went" after fly balls like a stenog
rapher taking dictation backward, but
he glommed everything within reach
Schaller First to Score.
Schaller scored the first run for
Portland in the second inning. Biff
took first when Scott bounced one
against his anatomy, waddled to third
on Wolter's error and registered on
an Infield out. Five hits in the fourth
added two more and made the score
3-1. The Seals secured one in the
' second on a couple of walks, Kamm's
single and a sacrifice fly by Scotty
In the sixth Schaller's single and a
two-bagger by Cox to left center
brought the score to 4-1 proportions.
San Francisco added one in the eighth
and another in the ninth, and Port
land counted the f trial run in thi
eighth on hits by Schaller, Cox and
Blue and a couple of miscues by Fitz
gerald and Connolly.
Ed Hughes, baseball editor of the
San Francisco Chronicle, Is in town
with the Seals. Ed has been carry
ing a corkscrew with him on his daily
peregrinations, but he says the folk
here wear their trousers backward so
they can watch their thermos hip
Frlilek.m 4 0
O 0 OISIglln.3.. 3 0 0 3
2 11 llSpran'r.s 4 0 0 2
2 0 0! Malsel, m 4 114 0
2 1 O Schal'r.l. 3 4 3 2 0
1 3 3!Cox,3. ... 4 0
1 2 HKoehTr.l 0 0
2 2 6 Blue.l... 4 0
0 5 UTobln.c.. 4 0
0 0 2IMan'sh.r 4 0
0 0 2IG!azier.n 10 0 1
0 0 0! Poison, p 0 0 0 0
0 0 01
Totals.33 3 10 24 ll Totals.. 31 5 11 27 11
"tlatte-d zor McWuald in seventh.
Pan Francisco 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3
JPortland 0 1 0'2 0 1 0 1
Errors, Walter, Fitzgerald. Connolly,
Scott, Slglln, Spranger. Struck out. by
Ulaxler . i'ouon 1. Scott z. McQuald
Jordan 1. Bases on balls, off Otazier 3,
McQuald 1, Jordan 1. Two-base hits. To'
bin. Cox, Fitzgerald, Karam, Walter. Dou
bl plays, walsn to Kamm to Telle
Kamn to Walsh to Kamm, Spranger
Siglin to Blue, Cox to Slglln to B-lue. Sac
rll'lce hits, Walter, Scott, Slglln. Credit
victory to Glszler.- Charge defeat to Scott
Hit by pitched ball, Schaller. Innings
pitched by scott 3 i-s, runs 3, hits 6.
bat 15; McQuaid 2 2-3. runs 1, hits 2,
bat 7: Glazier 8 plus, runs 3, hits lo.
bat 33. Runs responsible for, Scott
Glazier 3. McQuaid 1. Jordan 1. Time
game, 2 hours 5 minutes. Umpires, Ander
son ana Hyron.
AXGELS SHUT OCT SEATTLE
Killefer Is Scored on Los Angeles
Only Hits During Game.
SEATTLE. Wash., July 30. Kille
fer's three-bagger in the seventh, fol
lowed by Zeider's single. Los Angeles'
only hits in the game, scored Killefer
and the Angsls shut out Seattle, 1 to 0.
The Rainlers started a rally In the
eighth, but It was nipped in the bud
when Stumpf was thrown out at home
on a close play, and although Seattle
had men on second and third in the
e pitched tight ball.
Ellls.l. .. 2
8 Stumpf., s
Totals.28 1 2 27 111 Totals 31 0 6 27 18
Ran for Kenworthy In ninth.
Los Angeles 0000001 0 0 1
Seattle O0000000 o 0
Error. Killefer. Stolen base. Eldred.
Three-base hit, Killefer. Sacrifice hits,
Baldwin. Ellis. Struck out. by Gardner
2. by Aidridge 2. Bases on bails, off Aid-
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OAKS DEFEAT SENATORS
Guisto Is Shining Light and Playing
SAX FRANCISCO, July 30. Gulsto
was the shining light for Oakland
today in the cause of a B-to-4 vic
tory over Sacramento in the 11th in
ning. The contest see-sawed from
the start, and in the eighth Guieto
tied the score with a home run. In
the 11th his double scored Knight.
Sacramento made five errors, but none
figured in the scoring. The score:
Sacramento I Oakland
R H O A
B R II O A
O01 7 Wllle.r. 5
2 11 OIBrub'r.s 4
3;Coop r,m 3
OI.MIller.l. . 4
Gulsto, 1. 4
Prou h.p 2
Totals 38 4 030 1"
Totals 35 5 9 33 13
Nune out when winning run scored.'
Sacramento 0 001010200 0 4
Oakland 1U001J0100 1 3
Errors, McGaffigan. Orr, Sheehan, Moll
itz, Sclianx. Cooper. Stolen bases. Coo
per, Mollwltz, Kopp. Home run, Gulsto.
Two-base hits, Brubaker. Miller, Knight,
Wille, Gulsto. Sacrifice hits, Brubaker.
Kramer, Orr, Guisto, Prougli. Bases on
balls, Prouch 2, Kremer 2. Struck out,
Prougrh 5, Kromer 3. Hit by pitcher.
Miller by Prough. Schans by Kremer.
Double plays, Orr to McGafflgan to
Srhang. Guisto to Brubaker. Passed ball.
Mltze. Runs responsible for, Kremer 3,
Prough 3. Umpires. Toman and Casey.
VERNOX BEATS BEES, 3 TO 1
Good Pitching Fteatares Game; Mit
chell and Stro. 1 in Shape.
LOS ANGELES, July 30. Good
pitching featured a game which Ver
non took from Salt Lake, 2 to 1. W.
Mitchell held' the Bees runless up to
the ninth," when they scored one run
Stroud also was in fine form. Fisher
brought the Tigers their winning run
the eighth, -when he singled in-
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Borton's single to left. The score:
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Sands. 2 3 O 0
B R H O A
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Totals 31 1 6 24 61 Totals 20 2 7 27 13
Batted for Thurston In eighth.
Salt Lake 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Vernon 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
Three-base hit, Sheelv. Stolen bases.
Hood, Fisher. Sacrifice hits. Sands. High.
Struck out. by Stroud 4. by W. Mitchell 4.
Bases on balls, off Stroud 2. off W. Mitch
ell 2. Runs responsible for, Stroud 2, V,
Mitchell 1. Umpires, Holmes and Mc
Grew. OLYMPIC STADIUMS FINISHED
Places to Be Opened to Athletes In
Few Days for Training. '
ANTWERP, July 30. Both the
main Olympic stadium and the swim
ming stadium will be opened to the
athletes for training within a few
days. The swimming stdium has Just
The Olympic executive committees
moved their headquarters from Brus
sels to Antwerp today.
Entries in almost all events have
been closed, but it is understood the
lists may be added to because of mail
England and the United States will
be represented in all the swimming
competitions. Australia will take
part in many of them, while South
Africa is listed for participation in
several of the events, including those
Cubs Shortstop Has Operation.
CHICAGO, July SO. Charles Hoi
locher, shortstop with the Chicago
Nationals, was operated on today for
Letters Uncalled Tor.
There are letters at the
editor's desk for Ted Thye,
Evans and Frankie Murphy.
AINT IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELIN?
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HONEYMANS GAIN PITCHER
Fast Coming Iron 'Works Nine to
Try to Oust City Leaders
Two games, somewhat above the
average run of semi-pro contests,
will be offered the fans tomorrow
afternoon on the Sellwood park dia
mond when Crown-Willamette ana
the Arleta Woodmen of the World
meet in what appears to be the de
ciding game in the race for the cham
pionship of the two "A" league, and
the Honeyman Hardware nine, lead
ers of the intercity circuit, defend
their position against the fast com
ing Portland Iron Works tossers.
In the two "A" league Crown
Willamette is leading with Arleta and
Hesse-Martin dividing second hon
ors. It remains for Arleta to defeat
Crown-Willamette or the latter will
practically have the penant cinched.
King- Cole to Pitch.
King Cole, whose record is envied
by every semi-pro twirler in the state.
will be on the mound for Crown
Willamette and either Ring, Lefty
Leonetti or Ed Thompson will pitch
for Arleta. The game will get under
way at 1 o'clock and will be followed
by the Honeyman-Portland Iron
Honeyman Hardware's stock, which
has been on the decline because of
the lack of a good reliable pitcher,
took a jump yesterday when it was
learned that "Doc" Quizzenberry will
be started against the Iron Workers
Quizzenberry Allowed to Play.
It required a special meeting of
the managers of the intercity league
teams Thursday night to decide
whether or not Quizzenberry was
eligible to play for the Honeyman
team. The question was brought up
by some of the managers who
thought that players who have signed
contracts with professional teams
this season should be barred from
the intercity circuit, but after con
slderable discussion it was decided
that the Cache Valley league was
not a professional organization and
that the former Hardware chucker
was still free to don the uniform of
Honeyman again if he so desired.
At the special meeting it was
recommended that the by-laws of
the Portland Baseball association be
amended to the effect that all players
holding professional league contracts
for this season be barred from play
lng with teams in the Portland Base
NEW YORK WINS, 19-3
THREE ST. LOUIS PITCHERS
ARE POCXDED FOR 31 HITS
Cleveland Takes Boston Into Camp
by 13-4 Score Detroit 8,
ST. LOUIS, July 30. New York, by
pounding three St. Louis pitchers for
31 hits, won today s game, 19 to 3
Nine of the visitors' hits were for
extra bases, two being home runs.
Ruth made his 36th home run o
the season in the ninth with Few
ster on base, driving the ball over
the right field bleachers. His record
last year was 29. Meusel. who fol
lowed him, hit to deep center for a
homeY. It was his second in two
The locals could do nothing with
Mays. Sisler's home run In the right
field stands in the fifth was also his
second in two days. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
NewYork..l9 21 o;St. "Louis. . .3 11 2
Batteries Mays and Ruel. Hoff
man: Wellman, Burwell, Van Gilder
and Severeid, Collins.
Cleveland 13, Boston 4.
CLEVELAND, July 30. Cleveland
made it three straight from Boston
today, winning, 13 to 4. Bush, who
Ti re .s A.r
Chicago 6, Philadelphia 5.
CHICAGO, July 30. Amos Strunk,
recently obtained by Chicago from
Philadelphia, today turned the trick
against his former teammates by
driving in the run in the tenth which
gave the locals a 6-to-5 victory. The
R. II. E.l R. H. E.
PMla. 6 11 llChicago 6 13 1
Batteries Naylor and Perkins: Fa-
er and Schalk.
GIANTS WIN IN NINTH
-TO- 7 DEFEAT OF ST. LOUIS
SWEEPS SERIES CLEdX.
Cincinnati Makes it Three Out of
Four by Defeating Brook
lyn, 11 to 0.
NEW TORE. Julv SO. The, New
York Giants made a clean sweep of
the series with St. Louis by winning
toaay, . to 7, in a nlnth-lnnlng rally.
Mcrienry, pinch hitter, put the Car
ainais one run to the good In the
nlntn with a home run that also
scored Lavan. In the Giants' half
Burns walked and Bancroft doubled.
Burns scored on Youne's single.
Frisch sacrificed and Bancroft came
home with the winning run on King's
sacnnce riy. The score:
R. H. E.l R. H. E.
St. Louis... 7 13 4 1 New Tori. .8 12
Batteries Haines, May. Sherdell
and Clemons, Dllhoefer; Toney, Doug
las and Smith.
Cincinnati 11, Brooklyn 0.
BROOKLYN, July 30. Cincinnati
made It three out of four from Brook
lyn by winning today, 11 o 0. Eller
held the Dodgers to six hits. Mamaux
was knocked out of the box in the
fourth. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Cincinnati.. 11 16 lBrooklyn.. .0 6
Batteries Eller and Wingo; Mam
aux, Marquard, Mitchell and Elliott.
Philadelphia 7, Pittsburg 2.
PHILADELPHIA. July 30. Timely
hitting by .Wrlghtstone and Wheat
was the feature of today's 7-to-2
Philadelphia victory over Pittsburg.
Hubbell pitched his first game here
as a local prayer. President Baker
of the Philadelphia club announced
the purchase of Catcher John Peters
of the Birmingham Southern aasocia
tion team. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Pittsburg.. 2 8 UPhlla. 7 12
' Batteries Carlson and Haeffner
Hubbell and Wheat.
Boston 4, Chicago 1.
BOSTON, July 80. McQuillan held
Chicago to four hits and Boston had
little difficulty In winning. 4 to
R. H. E.l R. II. E.
Chicago 1 4 l!Boston 4 9
Batteries Hendrix. Carter and KU
lifer; McQuIllen and O'Neill.
RUTH KNOCKS 36TH HOMER
Last Year's Record of 2 9 Home
Runs Left Far BeMnd.
ST. LOUIS, July 30. "Babe" Ruth,
New York American outfielder,
knocked his 36th home run of the sea
on In the ninth inning of today's
game with St. Louis. Van Gilder was
Ditching for the locals. The ball went
over the right-field bleachers.
Ruth's record last year was 29 home
Guard to Give Dancing Party.
The Multnomah Guard club will en
tertaln its friends and members at a
dancing party next Friday night
aboard the river steamer Swan. Sec
retary Whittlesey, in charge of the
affair, has extended an Invitation to
all the old members of the home-defense
regiment so popular during the
late war, as well as Its many new
members derived since the club has
engaged prominently in athletics, to
call at the clubrooms, 232 Chamber of
Commerce building, and obtain their
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MATCH IS HARD FOUGHT
Teamwork Rather Than Individual
Playing Gets Credit, Ac
cording to Writer.
BT EDWARD RAT.
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BOSTON, Mass.. July 30. (Special.)
We got a bit of revenge on Francis
Oulinet, the Woodland amateur, to
day when Harry Vardon and I played
him and Jess Guilford 3& holes Deiore
the largest gallery I have ever seen
at an exhibition match. Vardon and
won by 4 up and 2 to play, but It
was a hard-fought and well-playea
match. We won by team work .rather
than by individual play, but our oppo
nents were i-)so working together,
somewhat after the same fashion.
An affair that will never be for
gotten by Harry Vardon or myself
Is the tournament . at Brookllne In
1S13. when this young man, Oulmet,
came out of the ranks and tied Var
don and me for the lead in the finals
of your championship tourney. He
then proceeded to defeat us both. The
putt that tiid the score was one of
thi most marvelous feats that I hold
in my memory he ran It down
through a pool of water for it had
been ruining but that is hlstofy.
Oulrart ot mt Very Best.
Some of tha kicked delight that is
supposed to go along with revenge is
mipsing tonight, for Ouimet was not
at his very belt. I was told that for
the last two or three weeks ho has
Lefn playing very nearly perfect golf,
and that today his game had sloughed
eft to soma degree, but even so he
p!ayed a fine game, and In spite of
tte,way ."4 up and 2 to play" may look
in print, he and Guilford kept things
hot for us inoit of the day. At the
eighth hole in the morning round
they became 2 up. They lost the ninth
on mlsplays that ill fcrtine Is more to
be blamed for than they are.
Then by a pair of lt:ng drives and
a fairly difficult putt that found the
right track, I was ab'e to square the
match with an ogle 3, but if 1 had
not got thit, wo would have won the
hole, for dependable Harry Vardon
hoicd out a birdio 4 by the grace of a
longer putt than mine.
It was a day for brilliant play lnT
stead oi thoroughly sound and steady
games. Oitsn one or the other of us
wculd mako faulty drives and bril
liant recoveries, only to tniss easy
putts. Or one ot us would make good
drives and poor approach hots. but
would then run down our putts with
Guilford Play Commended.
Jt is most certainly unnecessary to
make any comment rn tho play of
Francis O iimet. Perhaps it would be
more fitting that he show me a few
tricks. But I do want to comment on
and commend the pity of Jcsje Guil
ford. Guilford's strong point Is his driv
ing. He has length and direction
down well in this detail. Today, he
often out-drove the rest of us with
yards to spare, and he seldom was
off the fairway. His swing was easy
and graceful. He has a nice style.
I must say he Impressed me very
favorably. The one criticism that
I would make of Guilford, and he no
doubt Is aware of this slight fault.
If it be a fault is that he uses his
Iron more often that I believe he
should. He got good results yester
day driving from the tee with iron,
but I think he might do still better
if he would employ hia brassie when
ever It is at all possible.
Guilford showed yesterday that he
Is able to effect very successful
wooden drives. They were so suc
cessful that that Is why I suggest
he forego the use of the iron in favor
Those who take the easiest way to
golf never become good golfers. That
is a platitude as all successful players
know It to be. Golf, like all things
In life, must be largely learned from
the teachings of adversity. Several
mistakes are likely to Introduce
corrections, and finally the right way
will be bit upon.-'-
Favorable Breaks Helpful.
After we had squared the morning
round jat the tenth hole, we began
to have the breaks In our favor and
when we went Into luncheon Vardon
and I stood 3 up. They started off
In the afternoon as if they were
going to give us a hard fight in spite
of our comfortable advantage, and
they did give us a fight. Ouimet got
a birdie 3 on the first hole. Vardon
and I came through with par threea
on the next, which they holed out
The next two were halved and the
sixth Ouimet won with another birdie
3. 1 got a birdie 4 on the seventh.
Vardon made a similar one at the
eighth, and Ouimet won the ninth
with a par 4. You can realize that
we were playing interesting golf.
Coming In. there were three birdie
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SARANAC LAKE, N. T., July 30.
Christy Mathewson. veteran baseball
player, manager and coach, has been
at a sanitarium here for a month un
dergoing treatment for tuberculosis.
It was learned tonight. He has been
confined to his loom since his ar
rival, has received no callers and has
been taking an absolute rest.
It was understood that his condition
was not such as to cause any Imme
VANCOUVER 6, SPOKANE 2
THIRD STRAIGHT VICTORY
RECORDED VOR TEAM.
Yakima Defeats Taconra 7
"While Seattle Is Shot Oat by
Victoria, 3 to 0.
SPOKANE, Wash.. July 20. Van
couver made it three straight from
Spokane today by winning, 6 to
the same score as on the two pre
ceding days. Four hits and two er
rone counted four runs for ancouver
in the third, and they were never
headed, as Haughland allowed only
five hits. The score:
Tt H. E. R- H. E
Vancouver..6 9 2 Spokane 8 5 2
Batteries Haughland and Fater-
son; Lambert and Fisher.
Yakima 7, Tacoma 3
YAKIMA. Wash., July 30. Taklma
hit Hovey hard and regularly today
and made it three out of four games
from Tacoma. with a 7-to-2 win
Harrigan made four hits out of five
times at bat, Barnabe made two dou
bles and a single in four times up
and Bough of Tacoma hit a triple
and two singles In four tries. Score:
II. 11. K.
Tacoma,... 3 9 lTaklma-..
Batteries Hovey and
Wolfram and Cadman.
R. H. E
Victoria 3, Seattle 0.
VICTORIA, B. C July SO. Bunched
hits in the pinches enabled Victoria
to win from Seattle today, 3 to 0.
R. H. E. R- II. E.
Seattle.. .. 0 5 3iVlctorIa 3 11 0
Batteries Tally and Hoffman;
Young and Land.
ATHLETES WORK OUT AT SEA
JaTelin Throwers Hurl Corded
Spear Overboard at Shark.
ON BOARD THE U. S. S. PRIXCT55S
MATOIKA. July 30. (By wireless to
the Associated Press.) A calm sea
nnrl aunshlne permitted a complete
training routine today for all of the
Olympic athletes, and during the re
mainder of the trip all teams will
participate twice daily.
Runners today practiced starting
under French language signals. Jave
lin throwers, hurling a corded spear
overboard, failed in efforts to hit a
shark following the ship. The- last
seasick athlete reported for work to
day. Baseball Summary.
National League Standings.
W I.. P CI W. I.. P C.
Brooklyn.. 55 42 ,5B7:Chlcairo. .. 4S 50 .4!W
Cincinnati MSU.57ISt. Louis.. 4.'.rt.4J
New York. 47 44 ..MR Boston 39 4tf .4S
Pittsburg. 43 44 .3061 Philadel'a 38 o3 .4JJ
American I-ea;ue Standing.
Cleveland 4 32 .7' St. Louis. 44 48 .47S
New York. t3 3H ..'lrt Boston 40 51.440
Chicsno.. CO S7 . til '. Detroit. .. 34 SS .370
Washing'n 44 46 4!u; Phlladelp'a -3 69 .2)0
Western League Results.
At TJes Moines 10, Sioux City 4.
At Omsha 1, St. Joseph 2.
No others scheduled.
Southern Association Results.
At Atlanta 3. Memphis 7.
At New Orleans 8. Chsttanoofra 0.
At Birmingham 1. Nashville 1 (12 In
nings, called, darkness).
At Mobile 2, Little Rock 4.
American Association Results.
At Louisville 2. St. Paul 6.
At Indianapolis 4. Milwaukee 3.
How the Series Stand.
At Portland three games. San Francisco
.am,: at San Francisco. Sacramento
i,n names. Oakland two games: at Los
i,,.),. Vernon three guns. Salt Lake
n came: at Seattle two games. Los
Angeles one game.
Where the T ravins Play it Week.
Los Angeles at Portland. San Francisco
at Keattla. Sacramento at Vernon, Salt
Lake at Oakland.
Beaver Batting Average.
B. H. Ave.l B. H. Ave
Malsel . .400 l:!7 .342 Klngdon .249 5S.232
Hlne 3 131 .3:17 Robs 73 17
rih'l.nd. 10.1 33 .314 SiKlin 374 S3 .222
Wsfsll. ..423 lot .3S Brooks .. 19 4.210
Cox 3."4 luS .3. Juney ... 35 6.171
Schaller.. 414 124 .2:1 Kaliio .. S2 4.123
Baker .. Ul 24 . 2H3 Mcilullen. 10 l.loo
Tobin ...13! 36 .2.V.1 Poison .. 49 5 .102
Koehler .226 57 .233 MeNab .. 4 0 .0O0
Glazier .. 27 7 . 2:.D Maausa . 8 .000
Sprangpr.y'7 7Q ,2.i.M
TWO STAR PLAYERS OUT
W. J. Xoomn and JaoJ; nemnvi
fnable to Make Trip Local
Representatives Xot Xamed.
An inter-club -golfing match be
tween Waverley Country club of Port
land and the Tacoma Country and
Golf club will be the attraction to
day at the Waverley links. The Ta
comans are bringing down about a
dozen of their top players. W. J.
Noonan, city champion of Tacoma. 4
unfortunately could not make the
trip, and the same Is true of Jack
Dempsey. a former Tacoma champion.
C. H. Davis Jr., captain of the
Waverley team, withheld promulga
tion of his players yesterday, await
ing news from Tacoma as to the exact
number of players coming.
All matches will be 36 holes, ecor
Offsetting the Inability of Cham
pion Noonan to accompany the Ta
coma team to Portland. Russel Smith,
Waverley star, probably will not be
able to represent Waverley. Ex
Champion Smith lost his kit of golf
ing tools in the excitement follow
ing Waverley's victory in the Davis
cup match at -Vancouver, B. C, three
weeks ago, and has not been able
to locate them since, consequently he
has played little or no golf.
Forest Watson, also, may be un
able to compete.
The Seattle Golf club team also will
come to Portland within the next
le weeks to play a match on the
1920 leg of the W. J. Burns trophy.
About 20 players on each side will
First elimination rounds In the v
president's cup competitions at both
the Waverley Country club and tha
Portland Golf club are in progress
this week. Eight players qualified
last Saturday at Waverley and 16 at
the Portland Golf club. One match
has been played in the first elimina
tion round at Waverley, Richard
Wilder, the strong man of the upper
mil, eliminating c li. Miller, 6 up
Matches scheduled for today or to
C L. Wernicke vs. C." H. Lewis.
Dr. O. F. Willing vs. Roscoe Fawcett.
D. W. L. MacGregor vs. Forest Watson.
Dr. O F Willing Is entered in the
tourneys at both clubs He led the
qualifying gross at Waverley with a
73 and his 79 at the Portland Golf
club was one stroke behind Rudolph
Wilhelm's gross of 78. lr. Willing
played his first match at Portland on
Thursday afternoon, defeating Dr. R.
C. McDanlel. g up and 6. Dr. Willing
negotiated the first nine holes in 33
and the last nine In 39. His score for
the first nine was only one stroke
behind the course record.
C. C. Wlntermute, chairman of the
house committee at the Portland Golf
club, has announced a snecial dinner
and dance at the clubhouse near
Raleigh station for tonight.
Commander C. E'Rosendahl. TTnlterl
States navy, was a nlayine truest at
the Waverley Country club during
me weeK. commander Rosendahl is
one of the best golfers in Uncle Sam's
navy. He turned the first nine at
Waverley on his initial trip around
the course in 39. Commander Rosen
dahl brought the torpedo boat Waters
up the river and discharged several
Oregon naval reserves In Portland.
John Dee'cs renorts morn nlnv nn
the Gearhart course this year than
ever before In the history of the
beach links. The annual tourney at
Gearhart will be held the week of
Edwards Defeats Lawler.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., July 30. :Uw
Edwards, champion lightweight boxer
of Australia, tonight received a news
paper decision over Jack Lawler,
Tennessee, at the end of a ten-round
President Haasell of tho Dallas elob of
the Texas league, is In San Francisco try
ing to buy a few players. He wants Les
Pheehnn of Sacramento.
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