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Moving Picture News
KIXE OX1T OXE, l-XDETEATED
OF PUBLIC SCHOOL. CIRCUIT
M U&Vn CHTEHS J
Washington High Beaten, 14 to 2
on Multnomah Field With
Portland Pnblie Sebool League Standings.
W. L.. Pct.l W. U. Pot.
Jefferson ..2 0 1000 Benson 1 1 .500
Washinirton. I 1 ."(0 Commerce ..0 1 .004)
Franklin ...1 1 .500 Lincoln 0 1 .00
Rff defeatiner Washington hiKh school,
14 to 2 v;sterdav afternoon on Mult'
nomah field. Jefferson high now is
the only undefeated team in the Port
land Public School league. Except for
the first inning1, when Washington
crossed the pan. twice, Brouphton, the
tall hurler of the Democrats, was
never in ilaneer. He struck out seven
Washintrtonians in the six innings he
Washington's two runs came on two
walks, a fielder's choice and a nit.
After failing- to connect in the first
inning. Jefferson eot to Ortman
the seconi frame and chased him off
the mound. In that frame the Demo
crats scored three runs on three hits
And an error.
Jefferson scored four more in the
third inning on five hits, two walk3
and an error; two in the fifth on
walk, error and two hits, and five in
the sixth on two walks, three hits
and two errors.
The game was called at the end of
the seventh because of darkness. Ex
tra qf Jefferson was the hitting- star
with three singles in five times at
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Vashlngton 2 3 7,Jefferson 14 15
Batteries Ortman, Baker, Morrison
and Iverson; Broughton, Ashvy and
RELAY EVENTS SATURDAY
175 EXPECTED TO COMPETE
1 J Colleges and Universities Down
for Carnival on Washington
XTNl VKRSITY OF WASHINGTON,
Seattle April 27. Special.) More
than 175 athletes will compete in the
annual relay carnival at the Univer
sity of "Washington Saturday, making
It the largest track event lit the his
tory of the Pacific coast. Eleven col
leges and universities will compete.
Coach Edmundson has selected all
entrants but tnoee ror tne xuu-yara
dash, and it is fairly certain that Vic
Hurley will be his man for that. Casey
Anderson has been running- a close
second in practice; and he and Hurley
took frt and second last year. An
derson recently strained his leg-, but
expects to be in condition for Satur
day. The Washington team, as chosen to
880-yard relay, Hurley. Free, Wil
son, Pivtt: mile relay, Doug-las, Free,
Ferry, Beall; two-mile relay, Beall,
Douglas, Ferry. Williams; four-mile
relay, Zender, Ewing. Finke, Allen;
pentainlcn, Dave Metlon.
Coach Edmundson regards Oregon
Agricultural college as his most for
midable competitor. Coach Butler
will hae eight men at the meet who
ran in the carnival last year. Snook
Is the Ag;gte luminary in the sprints
and made Hurley extend himself to
the limit to win in the century. Kel
log and Richart are quarter-milers
who can step. Swan, Sims and Con
nett are mile runners of high caliber.
Columbia Agnes Ayres, Jack
Holt, "Bought and Paid For '
Majestic Priscilla Dean, "Wild
Rlvoli Jack if ul hall, Constance
Peoples "The Four Horsemen."
Liberty Anita Stewart, "A
Question. of Honor." -
Blue Mouse "Burn 'Em Up
Star Gloria Swanson, 'Under
Hippodrom e "A Stage Ro
mance." Circle "The Golden Gallow."
GLORIA SWANSON in "Under the
Lash" Is the current attraction
at the Star theater. The picture is
interesting; and it is one of the best
that this capable star has done.
In "Under the Lash" Miss Swanson
is seen as "the beautiful Shulamite."
with the scenes laid in the great
South African veldt. There is a cap
tivating story, with a love opposHion
that provides a succession of highly
dramatic and emotional situations.
The story possesses several distinctly
unique characterizations with a color-
iul atmosphere and a plot that com
Mahlon Hamilton, popular vourier
leading man, who has been seen in
support of many famous stars, plays
opposite Miss Swanson in "Under the
Lash. He will be recalled in such
pictures as "The Danger Mark" and
"Dacldy Longlegs." He is especially
adapted to outdoor roles, such as he
portrays in this new production
Clarence Burton whose fate it is in
the pictures to be nasty mean to
everything from canaries to grand
mas will next do a Swedish villain.
Clarence has v nearly exhausted the
villainous possibilities of all races.
Agnes Ayres has started work at
the Lasky studio on her new Para
mount picture by Beulah Marie Dix.
'Borderland" is the title and Paul
Powell is directing.
Dorothy Dalton, who has been
spending a short vacation in New
York, has returned to the coast,
where she will begin work soon in
The Siren Call," which Irvin Willat
w;il produce for Paramount.
"In addition to his ability as a
theater manager, writer and cartoon-
Betty Compson, who is starrfns
In "Over the Border.
1st, Al C. Raleigh of the Columbia
theater is also on the road to suc
cess as a modiste. taleigh designed
the new costumes in which the Co
lumbia ushers appeared Saturday,
says ye press agent.
Oh, gosh! Raleigh, have you any
thing novel in summer suits for
"The most complete and perfect
musical score that ever accompanied
a motion picture."
Such is the comment of Professor
John Britz of the Peoples orchestra
regarding the musie that will be ren
dered in connection with the show
ing of the David Wark Griffith photo
play, "Orphans of the Storm," at the
Gloria Swanson and Rodolph Val
entino are the eo-stars in the film
version of Elinor Glyn's novel, "Be
yond the Rocks," soon to be seen at
the Columbia. The celebrated author
ess collaborated in the writing of the
scenario and personally supervised
the filming of all scenes.
Mary Phillips Rhinehart's story,
The Glorious Fool," in picture form
with Helene Chadwick and Richard
Dix, will be the feature photoplay at
tho Hippodrome tomorrow.
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cigar, PARIS Garters will hold your
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NO METAL CAN TOUCH YOU
Paris Garters work for you
16 hours a day
Lumber, Peninsula Lumber versus Port-
Raalway, Light & Power, Honeyman Hard
ware versus Marshall Wells, Doernbecher
Furniture versus Blake McFall.
ALBANY BEATS WILLAMETTE
Score Is 9 to 4 In College Baseball
ALBANY COLLEGE, Albany, Or.,
April 27. (Special.) The Albany col
lege baseball team defeated Wil
lamette university, 9 to 4, in a game
on the Albany campus yesterday aft
ernoon. The local collegians excelled
the Bearcats in hitting and fielding.
Twice in the fifth inning Willamette
errors turned Albany singles into
home runs. With two men on bases
Daniel drove a hot single to right
field, and when the ball eluded the
right fielder, Daniel made the circuit.
A moment later Wilkinson tfircled the
bases when his hit to center field
eluded the fielder. Blevins, who
pitched the first six innings for Al
bany, struck out nine men, and
nelajtaux. who followed, fanned four
in three innings. Ellis of Willamette,
struck out four In seven innings and
Bobbins two in two innings. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Albany. .. 14 6 W ill'ette. . 4 5 8
Batteries Albany: Blevins, Dela
ys, ux and Blackwell. Willamette:
Ellis. Robblns nd Towner.
1XDAHO BEATS OUEGOX AGAIN
Second Straight Game Is Won by
Score of 1 1 to 3.
MOSCOW, Idaho, April 27. (Spe
cial.) Idaho made it two straight
from the Oregon team by winning
this afternoon's game. 11 to 3. The
vandals took a noticeable slump from
their form in the first game, which
they won, 7 to 1, while Oregon picked
up. Ringle was not as effective as
Gray in the first clash, and he gave
12 hits. The Vandals were hitting
above the ordinary, but their fielding
was not the best. Edwards, Idaho
third baseman, knocked a home run
Id the eighth with one man on base.
The' Vandals began their heavy hit
ting In the first inning and main
tained the pace throughout. The
Oregon squad leaves tomorrow morn
ing for a series against Whitman.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Idaho.... 11 12 BjOregon 3 5 4
Batteries Snow and Fox; Ringle,
and W. Johnson.
INDUSTRIALS TO OPEN LEAGUE
Initial Games of Season Are Sched
uled for Tomorrow.
The Industrial baseball league, un
der the auspices of Portland Com
munity Service, will open its season
tomorrow. The schedule for the
opening day follows: Pacific Fruit
vs. Blake-McFall on Buckman No. 2
field: Peninsula Lumber vs. Marshall-Wells
at Columbia park; Hon
eyman Hardware vs. Portland Rail
way, Light & Power company at Ver
non park, and JDoernbecher Furniture
company vs. St Johns Lumber at Jef
ferson high. These- games will start
at S p. Si.
Sunday morning- at 11 o'clock the
Portland Gas & Coke company will
play Woodard. Clarke on Buckman
No. 1 field and the Fire department
will play the Portland Manufacturing
company at Columbia park.
The schedule for the Sunset league
for the remainder of the season fol
lows: May 6 Pacific Fruit versus Peninsula,
Blake McFall versus . Marshall Walls,
Honeyman Hardware versus Poernbecher.
Portland Railway. Light & Power versus
St. Johns Lumber.
Alay IS Pacific Fruit versus 8f. Johns
uoernbecner. t. Johns Lumber versus
Marshall Wells, Portland Railway, Light &
Power versus Ulake McFall.
May 27 Pacific Fruit versus Portland
Railway, Light & Power, Blake McFall
versus Honeyman Hardware, St. Johns
Lumber versus Peninsula Lumber, Doern
becher Furniture versus Marshall Wells.
June 3-Pacific Fruit versus Doernbecher
Furniture, Blake McFall versus St. Johns
Lumber, Honeyman Hardware versus
Peninsula Lumber, Portland Railway,
Light & Power versus Marshall Wells.
June 10 Pacific Fruit versus Marshall
Wells, Peninsula Lumber versus Blake Me
an, Honeyman Hardware versus tot.
Johns Lumber, Doernbecher versus Port
land Railway. Light & Power.
June 17 Marshall Wells versus Penin
sula Lumber, Blake McFall versus Pacific
Fruit, Bt. Johns Lumber versus uoern
becher Furniture, Portland Railway, Light
& Power Versus Honeyman Hardware.
June 24 Marshall Wells versus Blake
McFall, Peninsula Lumber versus Pacific
Fruit, St. John's Lumber versus Portland
Railway, Light & Power, Doernbecher
Furniture versus Peninsula Lumber.
July 1 Marshall Wells versus Honey
man Hardware, siake Mcrau versus
Doernbecher Furniture, St. Johns Lumber
versus Pacifio Fruit, Portland Railway,
Light & Power versus Peninsula Lumber.
July 8 Marshalr Wells versus St. Johns
Lumber, Blake McFall versus Portland
Railway, Light & Power, Honeyman Hard
ware versus Pacific Fruit, Doernbecher
Furniture versus Peninsula Lumber.
July 15 Marshall Wells versus Doern
becher, Peninsula Lumber versus St. Johns
Lumber. Honeyman Hardware versus Blake
Mc"all, Portland Railway, Light & Power
versus Pacifio Fruit.
July 22 Marshall Wells versus Port
land Railway, Light & Power, Peninsula
Lumber versus Honeyman Hardware. St.
Johns Lumber versus Blake McFall. Doern
becher Furniture versus Pacific Fruit.
July 29 Marshall Wells versus Pacifio
Fruit, Blake McFall versus Peninsula Lum
ber. St. Johns Lumber versus Honeyman
Hardware, Portland itanway.
Power versus Doernbecher.
MUKPHY WINS FRESNO RACE
150-Mile Raisin Day Classic AVon
in Hour 2 7 Minutes SO Seconds.
FRESNO SPEEDWAY, Cal., April
27. Jimmy Murphy won the annual
Fresno Raisin day classic 150-mile
race against a field of nine in 1 hour
27 minutes 30 seconds here this
afternoon. Murphy toojt the lead in
the second lap and was never headed,
crossing the line a lap and three
quarters ahead of Frank Elliott.
Harry Harfc was third.
Peter de Paolo narrowly escaped
death in the 98th lap on the back
turn when his car threw a tire and
started up the bowl for the guard
rail, but the brakes held.
85 Feminine Pin Teams Entered.
ST. LOUIS, April 27. Eighty-five
teams, the largest number in the or
ganisation's history, will enter the
fifth annual tournament of the
Women's National Bowling associa
tion, which begins at Toledo, Friday,
Mr Michael Kelley. secretary, an
nounced before her departure for
Toledo tonight- The tournament will
continue through May 8.
Sbelton Beats Aberdeen.
ABERDEEN, Wash., April 27.
(Special.) Shelton's baseball team
defeated its, hosts, the Aberdeen dia
mond nine, on Stewart field here
Wednesday afternoon. The final
score was 18 to 2.
POHTUHDERS TO SHOOT
OUX CLUB ENTERING 2 TEAMS
AT TACOMA TOURNEY.
Nine of Experts to Compose 5-Man
Squads Already Are Selected
for Event on Sound.
The Portland gun club will enter
two five-man squads in the special
shooting: tournament of the Tacoma
gun club in Tacoma Sunday. The
Tacoma club is giving a prize of $100
to the five-man team scoring the best
aggregate mark out of 1000 targets.
Nine of the ten shooters who will
comprise the Portland lineup are:
O. N. Ford, Jess B. Troeh, Dr. C. F.
Cathey, Frank Templeton. George
Jewett, H. B. Newland, Abner Blair,
Jim Morris and L. Sparks.
Several more Portland gun club
members may attend. The team com
posed o-f Ford, Troeh, Cathey, Temple
ton and Jewett should give any five
man squad in the country an argu
ment in a 1000 target race. C. B.
Preston, one of Portland's best shoot
ers, who had figured on shooting in
Tacoma, will be out of the trap game
the rest of the season. Mr. Preston
was badly shaken in an automobile
smashup while returning from a
shoot at the Portland gun club sev
eral weeks ago, and his condition
will not permit of his indulging In his
The next event at the Everding
park traps will be a special three
cornered, ten-man race and mer
chandise shoot May 7. Ten-man
teams from the Hood River gun club.
McMinnville gun club and the Port
land gun club will meet in the big
event of the day.
Directors of the Portland gun club
will hold a meeting tonight at which
plans for the Pacific coast zone
handicap shoot here July 13, 14, 15
and 16 will be discussed.
the flap, and his failure to do so penalises
nia player by loss of the nolo.
U. Can a player in a three-ban matcn
recall a shot by one of hia opponents if
the latter plays out of turn?
A. .ot tfarousq the lairway, oqt n
can do so on the putting green.
Q Is it permidsable to drop a ball and
count a stroke, where a ball is lost, in
order to keep from losing one's plaoe to
another match ?
A- There is nothing to prevent such t
practice in. friendly matches where all par
ties agree in advance, but it would not be
atiowea in tournament play.
Q. Is there anything in the rulea which
requires players of a match iiot in the
tournament to give way tP tournament
A. The rules of golf make no provision
for such matters, but certainly the golf
committee and other officials of the elub
holding a tournament would establish
such a ruling and have all right to en
SUZANNE TO TRY COMEBACK
French Tennis Star Confirnis Re
ports of Appearance.
MONTE CARBO, April 27. Mile.
Suzanne Lenglen confirmed today the
reports that ehe was going to Brus
sels for the international hard-court
tennis championships, beginning May
13 and would take part in the French
championships in Paris early in June.
"At the end of June," she added, "I
shall be in Wimbledon for the world's
grass court championships, where I
hope to meet Mrs. Mallory, Miss Ryan.
Mrs. Beamish, Misa McKane, Miss
Goss and Mrs. Satterthwaite."
In play here yesterday Mile. Leng
len was at the winning end of two
love sets, with Miss Goss, who is con
sidered one of the best Americans,
entered for play at the Beausoleil
championships next week. She then,
with King Gustave of Sweden- as part
ner, defeated M. Manset of France,
and Miss Robinson Risley of the
United States, 6-1. 6-1.
Bush League Notes.
Golf Facts Worth Knowing.
By Inula Brown.
Q. What is the atatus of the stymie
at present following the action of the
United States Golf association a short
A. Under United States Golf association
rules henceforth stymies must be played
in match play, that is in single, unl-eos
the two bails lie within six inches of each
other. In which case the one nearer the
hole must be played or ilfted on tne
request on the other player. The decision,
of course, does not affect medal play.
Q. Is there any penalty for striking the
fias in match play while the player'a
caddie is standing holding the flag. If the
flag is still in. position in the cup?
A. Yes, the caddie is supposed to lift
Manager patton of the Irvington Park
baseball team would like to arrange Sun
day games with teams in or out of town.
The players have been practicing for the
last six weeks and are in fairly good con
dition. For games call Thomas Patton at
The Portland Colts and Woodmen of the
World will play a practice game Friday
night at o'clock on Buckman field. The
Colts will play the Banker All-Stars Sun
day at 12:30 o'clock on" the same grounds.
In the opening game of the Washington
county baseball league the Tigard Beav
ers defeated Beaverton Sunday at Beaver
ton, to 1. Erickson, pitching for Tigard,
and King for Beaverton, ecah struck out 19
' Springdale defeated Gresham, 14 to 6, at
TROUT EGGS TO BE SOUGHT
Party Leaves for Diamond Lake in
Spite of Ieep Snow.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or., April 27.
(Special.) J. M, Ramsdell, Sam Pad
get, Phil Motschenbacher and another
ftk lb Ai IL if
It costs no more to buy a Kelly
32 x 4
34 x 4
or Grooved Tread
Other sizes priced proportionately
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
Kelly-Springfield Tire Co.
24-26 North P ark Street
351 Burnside Street
Phone Bdwy. 1216 Portland, Or.
man left today for Diamond lake,
where they will gather about 8,000,000
trout eg-g-s during the next 60 days.
The men will walk from Kirk to the
lake and will encounter snow ranging
in deph from four feet on the level to
12 feet at the summit, according to
Harry Stout, county game warden.
This season promises to be a banner
one for trout eggs, Warden Stout
said. At Spencer creek 2,800,000 have
been taken, while enough fish are in
the pen to furnish 1,000,000 more egg-s
It will be necessary to build more
troughs to eare for the unusual run,
he said. At "Wood river probably
2. 000. 000 ftgga will be taken.
National :Lesu Stan dines.
W. L. Prt.l W. L. Pet.
New Tors; 10
Chicago.. 10 S
Pittsburg. . a
SU L,ouis. 8 6
New York 10 3
St. Louis. 8 4
Cleveland 7 3
Chicago. . 3 6
.76'J Philadel. ..
.50U;Boston. . . .
.7t! I'hiladel... 5 T .417
.67lBoston 4 6 .400
Washington 5 8 .375 I
.45oileiroit 3 S .273 1
Chattanooga at Memphis, postponed;
wet grounds. I
Nashville at Little Rock, postponed:
Mobile 4. Birmingham 8. j
New Orleans 14. Atlanta 3. i
How the Series stands. j
At Portland 1 game, Vernon 2 games; ;
Bt ..Mttle 2 games. Oakland 1 game: at '
San Francisco 1 game. Salt Lake 2 games;
at Los Angeles 2 games. Sacramento X
Where the Teams Play Next Week.
Seattle at Portland, Salt Lake at Sac- i
ramento, Los Angeles at Oakland. San I
Francisco at Vernon.
BeaTer Batting Averages t
B. H. Pet. ;Poole 75 19 .2S31
Ross 1 1 11X10 Sargent. . 64 IS .250'
King.... 4 2 .SlWSutA'land. 12 .230
Halo 49 19 .SS7 Levereng. S 2 .222
K'w thy. S3 12 .S3 Mid'ton.. 14 3 .214,
High 60 23 .3$ Elliott. . . 60 13 .188
Thorpe.. 65 22 .33S.(5ressett.. 27 5 .15
Wolfer... IS 4 .307 McCann. . 68 11 .161
Grumpier 11 3 .272 Kreeman. 6 0 .000
Cox 7S21 .26o,Ellison... S 0 .000
Now you can select the
hat you have quality
confidence in and pay a
reasonable amount $5.00.
You'll find in the new
Gordons' just the styles
and colors you want.
The I Uii
All shapes and colors
286 Washington Street
Badgers Have New Battery. noon t Salem, Fowler, catcher for will be played at Salem and at Forea
thrae seasons, who was Injured in Grove. .
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest the flr8t ?ame of the year Ust week. Irlncrton Wing In Uot.
Grove, Or., April 27. (Special.) A will play in the field if he plays at I rlncoton Ins In r.crf.
new Badger battery will contest with all, and Roberts, a freghman from PRINCETOV, N. J., April 27
Willamette university baseball nine Sumner, Wash will catch for twirl- Princeton's lacrosse team today de-
when the varsity plays the second era Amburn and Hoar. The game is feated the Oxford-Cambridge players,
grame of the season tomorrow after- the first of a serlew of two which s to 4.
Taste is a matter of
We state it u our honert
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taste) than ia any other
cigarette at the price.
Liggett & Mjm Ttbacn O.
20 now 18c
10 now 9c
(Two 10' 18c)-
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended