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TIIE MORXIXG OltEGOXIAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920
SHERR0D SMITH'S SOUTHPAW '
SLANTS ARE INDIANS' UNDOING
Detailed Story of Third World Series Contest Shows How Dodgers
Took Their Second Straight Victory From Cleveland.
imm rut i nsre
nuuiinu UU I LUULU
Miller Gets Record Homer in
First With Two On.
BEAVERS LACK WALLOP
fclll Lcarri Sets High Hot Dog
Mark for Poppy State Be
fore Regular ileal.
Tacifir Coast T.earue Standings.
W. T.. P.'t.i W. U Pet.
Vernon 104 S." ..VWRnlt I.gke.. ftO ..'.on
Seattle.... Irt Srt .rL,7 Oakland . . ftl !Ki .470
Los Anfrdfs rs ss Portland.. 70 J4
San Fran. . 80 8 ..-.liiSa.-ran'nto 81 107 .430
A'- Fan Francisco. Oakland 4. Portland 3.
Al Sa't Lake R. Vernon 10; lO Innings.
At Sacramento 4. San Francisco 'Z.
At Los Angeles 0, Seattle -.
OAKLAND, Cal., Oct. 7. (Special.)
Portland outhit Oakland two to one
here today .but the visitors were un
able to hit with men on bases and
lost the second same of the series
with Oakland by a 4-to-3 score. Mil
ler's home run in the first Inning,
which also scored Lane and Cooper,
was one of the longest drives of the
season, the ball clearing the left field
wall. Portland had a lot of chances
to win. but could not come through
with the decisive wallop. The Port
land gang, without Majsel and Wls
terzil, does not look very formidable.
Hack Miller's mighty crash put the
Oaks on Easy street. It takes quite
a be-lt to put the ball out of the lot
at Oakland, but Hack hit that one so
far that Biff Schaller took one look
at It, then turned his back and be
gan plucking blades of grass to add
to his cud. Hack has said that if he
ever met a ball fairly he would let
the boys in the press coop know about
it. He will probably claim that he
hit that one on the handle.
While the boys were going through
the motions of playing a ball game
feill Leard. a former Oak but this
year manager of the pennant-winning
Victoria team, wa hanging up
Fomething of a record himself in the
grandstand. He ate more hot dogs
than both teams made runs, and
about the seventh inning he yawned,
stretched himself and announced that
he was going out to get a bite to eat.
Portland I Oakland
F'Klin 3. 4 111 tt.sne.I... 3 1 --f
Wnaby.r 3 n 1 O O'WIlle.r. .300
Hlue.I.. 5 1 2 10 S'Cooper.m 4
0 0 10
0 0 1
1 0 t
O 0 0
0 0 0
3 OMHler.l.. 3
Beh'ller.l 3 0 3
K hler.r. 4 0 1
K'Rdon.s 4 0 0
Sp iig r.3 4 0 1
Ko&G.p.. 3 11
2 0a trl-r11.3 3
1 3 Rr b'k'r.i 2
1 2'Mltze.c.. 2
2 4 Alien. p.. 3
Total 34 3 12 24 12! Totals 25 4 6 27 17
rorttand 1 0 1 0 I 0 0 0 0 3
Oakland 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 x 4
Krrors. Rlue. Kniphl. Gmalardi. Home
run. Miller. Two-base hits. Lane, Slfrlin.
Eirrlflre hits. Wille. l.ane. Ross. First
base on baits, off Ross fl. Alten 3. Ptrurk
Out, by Ross 1. Alten 2, Kremer 2. If it by
pitiher. Knight. Ionble plays. Wille to
iTitxe. Spranger to Blue. Runs responsible
for, Kos 3. Alten 3. Stolen bases. Lane.
F.lue. 3 runs. 11 hits. 28 at bat off Alten
in 6 1-3 innings, taken out in seventh with
2 on and 1 out. Credit victory to Alten
fassen pan, Koenter.
eACUVMIi.MO VI.S I MXTH
Grovrr Poublrs, Scoring Two and
Rln.linfr Seal Hon.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Oct. 7 tRoy
Orover doubled to the right field
fence. seorlnR Ryan and Compton, in
the ninth and enabled Sacramento to
defeat San Francisco. Score:
tan Francisco I Sacramento x
K R H O Al R R H O A
0 0 3 1 Si-hang.3 4
Walsh. 2 4
11 ask. I 4
1 O 1 O'Kopp. . 4 0
1 1 3 0 Moll's, 1. 4 0
0 2 4 fHvunr.. 3 1
oil O'v om n.m 312
0 2 0 (llOrr.a 3 0 1
0 2 10 2 ilmver,2 4 0 3
0 1 1 3 Cook. c. 1 0 0
0 0 2 SCadv.c. 10 0
iFaeth.p. 2 0 0 1
INieha's.p 0 0 0 0
ISIieehnt 10 0 0
Totals 3 2 !2.5 121 Totals 30 3 8 27 11
ne out when winning run scored.
tBatted for Faeth in eighth.
Fan Francisco 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Sacramento 1 0000000 2 3
Krrors, Schick, Caveney, Scott. Two
rate hits. Caveney. Agnew, Grover. Stolen
b.ifc. Agnew. Hasbrook. Sacrifice hits.
Cook. Orr. Bases on Nails, Scott 1. Struck
out. Faeth 4. Scott 3. N'lehausJ. Hit by
pitcher, Kennedy 2: by Faetb,-7Rvan. In
nings pitched, by Kaeth 8. Winning pitch
er, Nlehaus. Runs responsible for. Faeth
2, Scott 3. .
DIuMAREK HAS SHUTOUT BALL
27 Angels Face Rainier Twlrler
and Full to Score.
I .OS ANGELES, Oct. 7. Remarkable
pitching by Demaree was the out
standing feature of Seattle's 2-to-0
victory over Los Angeles today. Only
27 men faced the Seattle twlrler.
Murphy tripled in the fourth and
scored while Cunningham was being
run down between first and second.
R H O
B R H O Al
oiKlll'rr.l 3 0 011
T1 M'A'ley.s 3 0 12
ZiZeider.2 3 0 0 2
0 C'wford.r 3 O 1 1
4iR'ssl'r.c 3 0 0 S
0 Slatz.m 3 0 0 2
ON'hoff.3 3 0 1 0
llEllls.l.. 3 0 0 3
Kldr d.m 3
' n h'm.l 3
lfO C'd'll.p 2 0 0 1
Grigga. 10 0
Totals 30 2 7 27 201 Totals 27 0 3 27 20
batted for Crandall in ninth.
attle O0O200O0 0 2
Los Angeles 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 O O 0
trrnra, McAuley 2. Baseler. Three-base
hit. Murphy, stolen base, Eldred. Sacri
fice hit. Bonne. Struck out, by O. Cran
dall 4. Demaree 1. Bases on ba'.ls. off O.
Crandut; 2. Huns responsible for. (3. Cran
dall 1. Double plays, Zelder to Killefer
to McAuley to Killefer to Zeider to Killefer,
Murphy to KHiott to Murphy.
TItifcKSj Wl.V 1" EXTRA FRAME
Bees F.ven Score in Xintli, but Ver
non Gets Third Straight.
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 7. After
Salt Lake had evened the score in
their half of the ninth, the Vernon
Tigers took their third straight game
from the Bees, 10 to 8, by scoring
two runs in the tenth inning. Score:
Vernon 1 Salt Lake
toner . . 6
0 M'llig'n.s 4 a
Smith, 3.. 5
High. I.. .1
2 1 3 Johns'n,3 5' 2
0 2 2 lKrug,2.. 6 1
0 2 12 1 Sheely.l. 4 0
2 10 0'Hood.m.. 5 0
2 4 4 OiUrlf'th.l. 4 0 1
112 4 Hosp.r. .. 6 0 0 1
118 2Byler,c. 5 t 0 4
0 113 Gould. p. .3111
0 0 0 OCullop.p.. 0 0 0 0
110 OtJenkins. 10 0 0
ItThurs'n. 10 10
Totals. 44 10 17 30 14i
I Totals. 42 8 8 30 12
Batted for w. Mitchell In sixth.
tBatted for Gould in ninth, struck out.
tBatted for Cullop in tenth, doubled.
Errors. Smith. Hyatt. W. Mitchell. Mul
ligan. Sheely 2. Stolen Vase. High. Home
run. Smith. Three-base hit. Hood. Two
base hits. High. Hyatt 2. Chadbourne, Ed
ington. Long. Johnston, Thurston. Sacri
fice hits. Devormer 2. W. Mitchell. Fisher
(fly). liases on balls, off W. Mitchell 1,
off Smallwond 2. off Gould 3. Struck out,
hv Mitchell 1. by Smallwond 3. by Gould 4.
inlnga oitcned. by Gould s. By W. Mitchell
6. by Smallwood 5. by Cullop 1. Runs re
sponsible ror, Gould s. smallwood 1. Cul
lop 2. Double play. . Mulligan to Sheely.
Winning pitcher, Smallwood. Losing
EBBETTS FIELD. Brooklyn, Oct. 7.
Sherrod Smith's southpaw slants
were the undoing of the Cleveland In
dians today and-the Brooklyn Dodgers
made off with the third game of the
world series by a scort of 2 to 1. The
following official detailed play and
box ecore tells in figures how Smith
scalped the Indians:
Cleveland Evans up. Strike one. Smith
broke a wide curve over the pmte for the
first strike. Strike two. Ball one. Olson
threw out Evans at first. W'ambsgansa up.
Strike one. Ball one. Strike two. Foul.
Wainbsganss walked. Speaker up. Smith
tried to pick Wambsganss off first base.
Ball one. Ball two. Johnston threw out
Speaker at first. Wambsganss going to
second. It was a hit-and-run play. Burns
up. Strike one. Strike two. Ball one.
Ball two. Foul. Ball three. Olson
threw out Burns at first. No runs, no hits,
Brooklyn Olson up. Ball one. Bail two.
Ball three Strike one. Foul, strike two.
Oihori walked. Caldwell's curves were
breaking wide of the plate. Johnston up.
Fcui. strike one. Ball one. Caldwell
worked very slowly and deliberately. Johns
ton sacrificed, O'Neill to Burns. Griffith
up. Strike one. Ball one. Ball two. Foul,
strike two. Ball three. Sewell fumbled
Griffth's grounder and the batter was safe
at first. Olson going to third. Wheat up.
Strike one. foul, strike two. Ball one.
Olson scored on Wheat's single to left. Grif
firh going to second. Myers up. Griffith
scored on Myers' single into right field.
Wneat going to second. Speaker came Into
the diamond and sent Caldwell from the
box. Malls went into the box for Cleveland.
"""i"') "P- vonetcny riled to Wambs
ganss. Kiiduff up. strike one. Foul,
strike two. Foul. Ball one. Foul. Kii
duff filed to Wood. Two runs, two hits,
Cleveland Gardner up. Ball one. Strike
one. Foul, strike two. Ball two. Foul. Gard
ner sent up a high fly to Griffith. Wood
up. Ball one. Strike one. Strike two. Grif
tith robbed Wood of a long hit by a tin.
running catch. Sewell up. strike one. Ball
one. Foul, strike two. Foul. Ball two. Sew
ell out, Konetchy to Smith. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Brooklyn The fans stood and applauded
Griffith as he came off the fiold. Miller
up. Bail one. Ball two. Strike one. Ball
three. Strike two. Miller claimed the ball
wag high and wide. Miller walked. Smith
up. Smith hit Into a double play. Malls
took his pop fly and tossed to Burns, who
doubl .Ill?er at first. Olson up. Olson
sing;- . into center. Johnston up. Olson out.
O'Neill to- Wambsganss. No runs, one hit,
Cleveland O'.Neill up. Strike one. Strike
two. Ball one. O'Neill out, at first on a
peculiar play, Konetchy to Kiiduff to
Smith. O'Neill's grounder bounced off
Konctchy's glove toward Kiiduff, who made
a quick recovery. Malls up. Mails flied
out to Myers'after two balls called on
him. Evans up. Strike one. Kiiduff tossed
out Evans at first. Manager Robinson
patted Kiiduff on the back for bis fine
play. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Brooklyn-r-Johnston up. Ball one. Strike
one. Strike two. Ball two. Johnston out.
Wambsganss to Burns. Neis batted in
place of Griffith. Strike one. Ball one.
Sewell threw out Nels at first, the ball
Just beating the runner to the bag. Wheat
up. Ball one. Strike one. Wheat got a
Texas leasuer over Sewell's head, his sec
ond hit of the game. Myers up. Strike
one. Ball one. Ball two. Foul, strike two.
Myers flied out to Sewell. No runs, one
hit, no errors. 4
Cleveland. Nels went Into right field
for Brooklyn. Wambsganss up. Ball one.
Strike one. Olson took Wambsganss'
grounder back of the grass and made a
quick recovery and threw him out at
first. Speaker up. Ball one. Speaker
ishot a long hit which went through
"Wheat's legs and Speaker scored. It was
a two-base hit for Speaker and an error
for Wheat. Burns up. Foul, strike one.
.Strike two. Ball one. Burns out- at first,
Johnston to Konetchy. (iardner up. Ball
one. Johnston also threw out Gardner at
first. One run; one fait, one error.
Brooklyn. The home folks gave Wheat
a cheer as he came to the bench as a
note of encouragement. Konetchy up.
Foul, strike one. Ball one. Bali two.
iFoul. strike two. Ball three. Konetchy
strolled to first. Kiiduff up. Kiiduff
sacrificed. Mails to Burns. Miller up. Ball
one. Miller filed to Evans and Konetchy
was nearly doubled at second. Smith up.
strike one. Strike two. Ball one. Foul
Foul. Smith grounded out to Burns, un-
atslsted. Iso runs, no nits, no errors.
Cleveland. Wood up. strike one. Ball
one. Ball two. BaH thTee. Strike two.
Wood struck out. falling a victim to
OREGON FRESHMEN WORK
FIRST SCRIMMAGE OF TEAM
EXPOSES GOOD TALEXT. . : I
Well Balanced Outfit Should Un
cover Varsity Material, Ac
cording to Indications.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene.
Oct. 7. (Special.) The freshman team
lined up for Its first scrimmage yes
terday. They will probably be in shape
to tackle the varsity by the early part
of next week.
Hal Chapmaai, a Mars-hfield product,
is handling the team at quarter. Chap
man is a heady player and looks good
for future varsity material. He is a
brother of Nish Chapman, one of Ore
gon's best basketball men, Ed Ed
lund, who played on the Washington
high team of Portland last season,
is playing quarter on the second team.
The halves are Burton and Depaul.
Johnson is working at full. At the
ends are Bryson, a Eugene high school
man. and Harlan "Dutch" Gram, dram
played with Jefferson last season. Mc
Keown and King are the tackles. Mc
Keown is from Marshfield, weighs
210 and ts fast for his size. King is
from Washington high and is also a
big man. At the guard berths are
Byler and Carter. Bill Johnson, an
other Washington high boy, is at
The team Is a well-balanced out
fit and with a year of experience
should furnish good varsity material
for next year. "Bai" Williams Is
teaching the line men bo me good
tricks, and "Ken" Bartlett is seeing
that the backfield men get broken in
number of former Portland inter-
scholastic players are out for posi
tions. Washington high furnishes four
men. Kellar King, a tackle; Ed Ed
lund, a quarter; Bill Johnson, a cen
ter, and Charlie Parsons, a backfield
Parsons is a brother of Oregon's
varsity star, Johnny Parsons. He en
tered college 'late last week and Is
not in shape as yet. Jess Dlgman and
Harlan Gram are two Jefferson boys
who are showing up well. Gram is
working at end, while Digman is a
tackle. From Columbia are Boyer and
Johnson, Lincoln furnishea Vic Rls
ley. All of these boys are fighting
hard for places. Oliver, another Lin
coln man. is out for tackle.
Portland high schools also furnished
four first-team men for the varsity
this year. Mart Howard, left end,
played his first football with Jeffer
son high school; Hugh Clerin. tackle,
played with Lincoln; Francis Jacob
berger is a Columbia boy and Carl
Mautz, Oregon's guard, went to Wash
VISITOR WIXS AtBAXT RACE
Salinas Entry Takes North Pacific
ALBANY, Or.. Oct. 7. (Special.)
Henry Helman's. Jessie Kidwell of
Salinas. California, -won the free-for-all
pace here today in three straight
Smith's wide curves. Sewel! up. Ball
one. Ball two. Ball, three. Sewell walked
on four wide ones. O'Neill up. Foul,
strike one. O'Neill singled over second,
SewelJ being held at the middle bag. Mails
up. Ball one. Strike one. Strike two.
Malls hit into a double play. Olson to
Kil-duff to Konetchy. No rune, one hit.,
Brooklyn. Olson up. Ball one. Ball
two. Strike one. Olson flied to- Speaker.
Johnston up. Ball one. Strike one. Strike
two. Johnston struck out. Neis tap. Bail
one. Strike one. Mails' curves had a
wicked break to them and kept O'Neill
Jumping to and fro. Nels popped to Burns.
No 'runs, no hits, no errors.
Cleveland. Foul, strike one. Ball one.
Evans filed to Wheat. Wambsganss up.
Smrth tossed Wambsganss out at first.
Speaker up. Bali ona. Strike one. SpeaJt
er fouled to Konetchy. No runs, no hits,
Brooklyn Wheat up. Ball one. Foul,
strike one. Foul, strike two. Ball two.
Foul. Wheat fouled to Burns, who reached
over Into the spectators' box to catch the
bail with one hand. Myers up. Ball one.
Foul, strike one. Ball two. Strike two.
Myers singled into left field. Konetchy
up. Ball one. Konetchy hit into a double
play, Wambsganss to Sewell to Burns.'
No runs, one hit. no errors.
Cleveland Burns np. Strike one. Fonl,
strike two. Burns whiffed. Gardner up.
Gardner out. Kiiduff to Konetchy. Wood
up. Ball one. Kiiduff also threw out
Wood at first. The Clevelanders were
completely nonplussed by Smith's wicked
curves. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Brooklyn Kiiduff up. Ball one. Ball
two. Strike one. Ball three. Kiiduff got
a base on balls. Miller up. Miller sac
rificed. Mails to Burns. Smith up. Ball
one. Foul, strike one. Foul, strike two.
Smith hit a long foul over the right field
wall. It was foul by only a tew feet.
Smith whiffed, taking a vicious swing at
the third strike. Olson up. Ball onw.
Ball two. Ball three. Foul, strike one.
Foul, strike tw.o. Olson got a base on
balls. Johnston up. Ball one. Ball two.
Strike one. Strike two. Ball three.
Eewell threw out Johnston at first. NJ
runs, no hits, no errors.
Cleveland Sewell up. Strike one. Ball
one. Sewell grounded out to Konetchy.
O'Neill up. Ball one. Ball two. Strike
one. Strike two. O'Neill got a Texas
leaguer in left center. Nunamaker batted
for Malls and Jamleson ran for O'Neill.
Nunamaker up. Strike one. Nunamaker
hit Into a double play. Johnston to Kii
duff to Konetchy. No runs, one hit, no
Brooklyn TThle pitching for Cleveland.
Nunamaker took O'Neill's place behind
the bat. Neis up. Strike one. Ball one.
Strike two. Nels sent a long fly to Evans.
Wheat up. Foul, strike ope. Ball one.
Foul, strike two. Ball two. Foul. Wheat's
grounder bounced np into Sewell'a face
and it went for a hit. Myers up. Foul,
strike one. Uhle tossed out Myers at first.
Wheat went to second. Konetchy up.
Strike one. Konetchy flied to Speaker. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
Cleveland. Evans up. Ball one. 8trike
one. Ball two. Smith threw out Evans
at first. Wambsganss up. Ball one. strike
one. Ball two. OlHon tossed out Wambs
ganss at first, '-making a pretty play.
Speaker up. Strike one. Foul, strike two.
Ball one. Olson threw out Speaker at
first. No runs, no hits, no errors.
' Official Box Score.
Brooklyn I Cleveland
Olson e. . 2
EvansJ. . 4
4 WTb'g's.2 3
Nets.r. .. 3
2 1 WWood.r.. 3
0 17 2iSewell.s. 2
Tota's 25 2 27 W. Totals 28 1 3 24 11
Batted for Mails In eighth.
Han for O'Neyi In eighth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 O 0 O x 2
Error. Fewell. Two-baae hit, Speaker.
Sacrifice hits. J. Johnston. Kiiduff, Miller.
Double plays. Mails to Burns. Olson to
Kiiduff to KonetcHy, Wambsganss to
Sewell to Burns, Johnston to Kild-uff to
Konetchy. l.eift on bases, Cleveland 2.
Brooklyn 7. Bases on balls. Caldwell 1.
Malls 4. Smith 2. Hits, off Caldwell 2 in
1-3 inning. Mails 3 in 6 2-3, Uhle 1 in t.
Struck out. Mails 2. Smith 2. Losing
putcher, Caldwell. I7m.plres, O'Day I Na
tional league), behln-d the plate: Dlneen
(American leagne), at first base: Klem
(.National league), at second base; Con-
noUy (American), .at third base.
heats on the North Pacific fair associ
ation circuit. Time: 2:19. 2:164,
2:17'. Frank Treanor's, Pope Hart
ford, of Sacramento, finished, 2, 3, 2.
H. E. Ball's Joe Ansel of Seattle. 3.
2. i. George Swisher's Red Hal. Eu
gene. 4, 4, 4. E. N. Ellsworth's
Mysterious Jim, Eugene, 5, 6, 6.
In the first race, the 2:12 trot;
George Swisher's Hallie B. of Eu
gene won in three straight heats,
time. 2:24. 2:26. 2:26. Frank Treanor's,
Garrett B. of Sacramento. 2. 2. 2, W.
H. Robacher's. -Bon ken. Salem, 3, V 4.
Arthur Remington's. Florimel, of Ta
coma, 4, 3, 3.
ST, PAUL AGAIN" DEFEATED
Baltimore Takes Second Game of
BALTIMORE. Oct. 7. Baltimore
made it two in a row in the inter
league series with St. Paul today, cap
turing the second game. 8 to 1. It was
a free hitting contest with the home
club better able to bunch its bingles
and with one big Inning, the new
International league champions had
no great trouble In winning.
Ogden went the entire route for the
home team, while the Saints used
three pitchers. About 7500 saw the
cor.test. The- third game will be
played Saturday. Score: R.H.E.
Baltimore.. 20006000 8 12 3
St. Paul 21000200 0 5 9 2
Batteries Ogden and Styles; Mer
ritt, Williams. Coumbe and Hargrave.
WORLD TROTTINXi SIARK SET
LEXINGTON, Ky, Oct. 7. Peter
Manning, owned by Irving Gleason of
New lork, lowered the world's record
for S-year-old geldings and trotted
the fastest three heats ever covered
by a horse of any age Qr sex in win
ning the Transylvania 35000 trot to
day. The miles were made in 2:03,
2:02, 2:02. Harry Stokes of the
Murphy stable 'held the reins when'
Peter Manning made his remarkable
Prince Loree again demonstrated
that he was champion double-gaited
horse by lowering his pacing record
to 2:00 flat in a race against time.
HEILTQ SCORE BO.fRD IDLE
Halting of World Series Games
Stops Local Performance Today.
Portland fans who have been hav
ing the world's series served to them
by Billy Prangle's electric score board
at the Heilig will do a "MacSwiney"
today, as the baseball menu will be
omitted to 'allow the Indians and
Dodgers to make the trip from Brook
lyn to Cleveland.
A detailed account of the game to
morrow will be flashed by direct wire
to the Heilig, starting at 11 A. M.
Polk Pheasant Hunting Poor.
DALLAS, Or., Oct. 7. (Special.)
Dallas sportsmen nave found pheas
ant hunting this year poor as com
pared with former years. The reason
given is that many of the birds were
killed by the cold of last winter. Very
few hunters, return with the day
eAMen.Women and Children
Change your underwear!
Wear Duofold and be comfort
able in sweltering 'phone booth
or howling blizzard. Duofold feels
light and soft, like cotton, but
protects your health indoors and
out. Made in two layers out
. side layer is wool, inside layer
cotton. "Wool without prickli-
M'CflRTHY STARTS NORTH
SAX FRAXCISCO BATTLER OFF
FOR MILWACKIE BOUT.
Harrey Thorp Working for Con
test With Californian Xext
Word received by the Mllwaukie
boxing commission from Johnny Mc
Carthy, San Francisco welter who
takes on Harvey Thorp in a ten-round
go as the headllner of the show next
Wednesday night, states that he and
his managen) Sol Levinson, left the
Bay City last night for Portland.
Thorp is working out each day at
the Olympic gym in preparation for
the contest. Chick Johnson, manager
of the Kansas City lad. declares that
Thorp should put up his best battle
against McCarthy as he is now, ac
climated. Matchmaker Frank Kendall will an
nounce the two battlers who will ap
pear in the curtain-raiser some time
today and the card will be complete.
Joe Anderson, the husky -young
heavyweight who put up such a sen
sational battfe with Bert Taylor on
the last Milwaukie card, is on the
shelf with a broken rib and a cauli
flower ear. He will not be seen in
action for about three weeks.
Anderson made a great hit with the
crowd by his aggressive tactics in his
initial appearance and should have no
trouble getting bouts in the future.
Joe Dunn, the Tacoma 130-pounder
who suffered a broken hand in his re
cent bout with Frank Pete at Aber
deen, has hied himself to the country
until his mitt is in shape for further
Jack Allen, one of the toughest lads
of his weight in these parts, is train
ing daily, he reports, and. expects to
get Into action on some of the local
cards before long. .', Jack always puts
up a-flght that pleases the crowd. It
has been several months since he has
appeared in the squared circle.
Georgie Brandon, who is a big card
around Newark,1 where he fought sev
eral great batles' as a member of the
Atlantic fleet during the war, may
pack his grip and take his departure
for the east -coast after the first of the
Before leaving, however, he expects
to show on one of the local cards.
GOLF DATES M-CHANGED
WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP TO
BE PLAYED OCTOBER 12-15.
Inclement Weather Causes Handi
cap Committee vf Waverley Club
to Make Postponement.
Because of the inclement weather
early in the week the handicap com
mittee of the Waverley Country club
announced a postponement of the an
nual women's golf ' championship of
the club, originally scheduled for
October 6-9. The new dates are
The qualifying round will be played
Tuesday. October 1Z. isight will qual
Ify and those unable to make the
You'll find this liafc in
the test stores tliats
proof enough for any
ness, cotton without pneumonia.
Ask your dealer to show you.
Duofold HealthUnderwear Co.
Mohawk, New York
championship flight will be paired in
Next Saturday at Waverley will be
devoted to a bogey competition for
men. in preparation for the annual
Punch Bowl tourney set for October
16. Teams from every club in the
northwest will be here to compete for
the punch bowl. This is match play
against bogey, the team of eight play
ers making the best showing against
the colonel to win the cup.
The preliminary competition Satur
day will be 18 holes, match against
bogey, handicapped ,o as to give
players of all grades an equal chance
at the military gentleman.
George P. Washburn and Ercel Kay
will meet this Sunday on the links
of the Portland Golf club to settle the
club championship. No other attrac
tions are billed for the Raleigh sta
tio.ni course Sunday outside of the fin
als in this tournament.
The Portland club has practically
completed its schedule of tourna
ments for this season but Walter H.
Nash, chairman of the handicap com
mittee, announces he will arrange
some special events soon.
FRANKLIN HIGH IS WINNER
JAMES JOHX IS RESTED
Quakers Prove They Have Team
to Be Reckoned With for
A touchdown, goal kick, and two
drop kicks gave Franklin a 13-to-0
victory over James John yesterday on
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic club
gridiron. It was the initial appearance
of both teams in the 1920 season and
while the playing of both squads at
times was ragged Franklin, at least,
showed that it will have to be
reckoned with In the fight for the
The educated toe of "Chappie" King.
quarterback of the Quaker eleven, was
responsible for the two dropkicks,
both being booted over the Par from
the 15-yard line.
The Franklin touchdown came in
the second period after the Quaker
crew had secured the ball on the
double J squad's 40-yard line. A for
ward pass. King to Poison, advanced
the ball 20 yards and then Bill Poison,
the Quaker fullback, went on a
ratnpage, tearing through the double
J line for huge gains until within
striking distance and then he plunged
over for the only touchdown of the
game. King converted the goal.
James John showed little on the of
fense and only attempted to carry the
ball once in the first half, being con
tended to keep the charging Quakers
from crossing Its goal line by punting
out of danger.
Franklin used Poison through the
line for big gains and also worked
the aerial attack several times to
good advantage. The Quaker backs
were unable to gain any considerable
yardage around the ends as both the
James John wings. Wagner and Er
miller, put up a great game.
Heinle Bauer and Johnson also
showed up well for the Peninsula
team, while King, Poison, Kelley and
Hobson held the limelight for Frank
lin. "Hobby" Hobson played his first
game of football at right half yes
terday and was In oh every play.
In the third quarter when Wagner,
left end for James John, picked up a
fumble and was headed for the Frank-
line goal and a sure touchdown. Hob
son saved his team from being scored
on by overtaking Wagner and bring-
The New Fall Clothes
Are Ready For Yo u
For men in every walk of life I can fit the stout, the tall,
the short at prices that are rock-bottom. Don't mistake this
for a so-called "sale."
At my upstairs store you will not have the discomfort of
being charged a high price today, then seeing the same gar
ments sold for less later on.
I save you money because of low rent and small overhead.
I buy for Cash and sell for Cash. This saves credit losses, and
that's why I save you money. Operating at my low costs
benefits you directly. Come one flight up ! See the
OVERCOATS 2S to 3GO
RAINCOATS $20 TO $40
Remember! QUALITY IS NOT SACRIFICED FOR PRICE
ing him to the sawdust before he had
crossed the line. Jefferson and Lin
coln will meet this afternoon. The
Frmnklln (13) James John fftl
Kelle? REL Wafrner
Klfter Klij.... mucnr
McCullom ROL Vinson
Halller C BloomlnK
Jones LOR Stevenson
Klngxley c I.TR Miller
Farley l.h. rt trmiurr
Kins Q Bauer
Hobson Rill, Sever
Poison r uurana
Thomas ...LHR Johnson
Franklin a 7 n a 13
James John 0 0 0 O 0
8ubstltutesjunninirnam ror mvph, t.pr
for Mlsche, T. Miller for Ermiller. l'rultt
Officials Grover Francis, referee; Billy
Holden. umpire; Sergeant Davia. head
linesman; A. H. Burton, timer.
Armory Baseball to Begin.
Although the inter-regimental Indoor-baseball
league composed of
teams chosen from members of the
various companies of the 5th Infantry,
national guard of Oregon, will not
officially begin for several weeks,
practice games are now being played.
Ducks and pheasants may now be
shot, as the season opens today.
Good shells are an important item,
and we have a big stock of .fresh
loads in both U. M. C and Western
Also guna and boots in great variety.
Backus & Worn 3
273 MORRISON. NEAR FOURTH
Upstairs, Broadway at Alder
Cat-ty Corner From the Pantages
On Monday night the supply com
pany's team will clash with the ag
gregation representing company O.
The game will be played on the drill
floor in the Portland armory.
Whitman Leaves for Seattle Game.
WALLA WALLA. Wash.. Oct. 7.
Coach Vincent Korleske and the Whit
man football team left tonitrht for
Seattle to Tla.V the University of
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You pay less laundry. You buy fewer shirts.
Crown Army Shirts are made of genuine United States
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Washington Saturday. The Whitman
team is in poor condition through
illness and Injuries.
Cornell to Invade In$rland.
ITHACA, N. T.. Oct. T. Cornell's
cross-country team will meet Oxford
and C'amhridtre runners over a seven
and-a-half-inile course in Kngiand In
December, the university athletic as
sociation announced tnniirht.