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THE MORNING OREGOMAN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922
Innirrniti 10 uinmn
IT MAY BE A COMEDY FOR SOME FOLKS BUT IT'S A TRAGEDY FOR ME.
duoiuiv io viuiun
OF SWATFEST, B"7
Suds Defeated in Ten In
nings, 8 to 7.
Chicago Nationals Beaten
in 10-lnning Battle.
NEW CHIEF INSTILS PEP
CRUISE HURT BY SLIDE
Al Demaree Leads Portland to
Winning Run Made When Powell
Best Fighting Finish Seen
Here This Year.
Triples and Scores on Nii
' on's Single to Right.
IN THRILLING GAME
fDowr To Thi (jack ve Bee, on mv loo vt - 'f "N
and Show The vacatiom amp i ?au - il l
W swollen FAce- into a Mess of Ihat ear. J ( C
J TueVU FEEL POiSOrJ IVY - W""" SKJ T T I j)ME EAR.
FOR ME - I NEEP T TERP'BLE ? r. A SIGHT ; J
sympathy v .j pi . y v y
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Pacific Coast league Standings.
W. Ij. Pet.) W. L. Pet.
Pan Fran.. 71 44 .819!0akland. .. sfl 60.483
Vernon... 68 47 .384'seattte SI 62 .431
Tj. Angelfs 63 M .MS! Portland. . 47 6rt .416
Bait Lake.. 57 67 .500!Sacr'mento 47 68 .409
At Portland 8. Seattle 7, ten Innings.
At I.os Angeles. Vernon 2. San Fran
At Oakland 0, LfOS Angeles 8.
At Salt Lake 2, Sacramento 15.
BY L. H. GREGORY.
Looks as if a new manager was
the medicine the Beavers needed.
Al Demaree piloted them to victory
over the Seattle Suds yesterday In
& great ninth and tenth-Inning fin
lsh in which the home boys came
up from behind, nullified a six-run
lead, batted Harry Gardner and
Vean Gregg out of the box in suc
cession and jimmied across the win
ning tally in the tenth off another
Jinx pitcher. Lefty Burger. Score,
8 to 7.
A few more thrillers like that
frame and the fans will be crowd
lng back into the bleachers and
grandstand. It was the best fight
lng finish, the Beavers have made
Demaree was decidedly in evi
dence on his first day as manager.
He champed on the third base coach
ing line and for the first time in
many weeks he had the Portland
players actually mad and fight
In the ninth his managerial
strategy lifted McCann at the de
cisive moment of the ball game
with two down. Cox on second and
one run needed to tie the score.
and sent in Sammy Hale as pinch
hitter. Samuel's shoulder hurts him
,so badly he can't throw 50 feet
without hollering "ouch," but there
Is nothing wrong with his batting
eye. Bang! He lit on the first
ball for a screecher to center and
the tying run raced home on high.
That hit broke the spell Vean
Gregg has held over the Beavers
all year and sent him to the bench.
Lefty Burger replaced him just in
time to get charged with the de
feat, that being another precedent
breaker, for Burger has been just
as pestiferous to the Beavers as
But the real thrill of the game
was the way the Beavers, licked to
a brown frazzle, suddenly forgot
all that, turned snarling on Harry
Gardner in the seventh, the score
being 7 to 1 for the Indians,
crashed him for four hits and three
runs and knocked him out of the
box, then lit on Gregg for three
more runs and four hits in the
ninth, and in the tenth climbed on
- Burger for two more lusty swats
and the winning score.
Excuse us, gentlemen, for the en
thusiasm. But the circumstances
warrant it. When a ball club has
lost 21 of its last 24 games, a vic
tory like that becomes an event in
our blighted lives.
The Suds opened like easy win
ners. Lane, first up in the first,
was hit by the first ball pitched. He
stole second, stole third, and tallied
on a double steal with Eldred tak
ing second. Three steals in one
circuit of the paths going some.
Beavers Score In First.
In the third they made two more,
two in the fourth and a final couple
in the seventh on two successive
walks and Crane's trinle tn rieen
center. Crane went out trying to
steal home, or the story might be
The Beavers scored once in the
first on doubles by Gressett and
Poole. No more until the seventh,
when they started the big blowoff.
One down, Leverenz singled past
first. Gressett singled to left and
both scored when Ike Wolfer pasted
a double to right. Ike counted on
Charley High's ground single to
center. When, Gardner walked Cox
that settled his hash and Vean
Gregg came in and stopped the scor
ing. Gregg retired the side one, two,
three, in the eighth, but in the ninth
the old fireworks started anew.
Gressett led with a drive to center.
Up came Ike Wolfer, who had al
ready made three hits off Gardner,
and slammed a double to left. Poole
popped out, but High rammed a
twisting ground ball through
Crane's legs for another hit and both
Gressette and Wolfer tallied. Cox
forced High, but Crane threw wild
trying for a double play and Dick
raced to second.
- , Hale in Pinch Hole.
rne tying run on base, two out-
ana McCann up. Al Demaree called
time, ran to the bench, hustled out
Hale as pinch hitter and Samuel
did the rest with his beautiful slam
on the first pitch.
The Beavers went out and won
it in the tenth on Elliott's single,
Leverenz' sacrifice and Gressett's
ecreamer to . center. JMeanwhile
Charley High and Elliott had saved
the game in the Suds' half when I
with Stumpf on second High speared
Tobin's ground slam on the bounce
and fired it home, and Elliott
tagged Stumpf with a peach of a
back-hand stab. Score:
B H O A
B H O A
S. Ad'ms,2 5
Poole, 1.. . .
McCann. s.. 4
2 Elliott.c... 5
Totals. . 35 12f28 13 Totals. ..42 17 80 18
Batted for McCann in ninth.
tOne out when winning run scored.
Seattle 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 7
Hits 0 1 2 4 0 1 1 1 1 112
Portland 1 00000308 1 8
Hits 2 12011404 217
Innings pitched, by Gardner 8 2-8:
Gregg 2. Errors, Crane, Elliott. Charge
defeat to Burger. Runs responsible for,
Leverenz 7, Gardner 4, Grees 2. Burger 1.
Struck out, by Leverenz &, Gardner 2,
Burger 1. Bases on balls, off Leverenz
6, Gardner 2. Stolen bases. Lane 3, Eld
red 3( Hood. Three-base hit. Crane.
Two-base hits, Gressett, Poole, - Tobin,
WlBterzil, Wolfer 2. Lane. Sacrifice hits.
Wolfer, Stumpf, Crane. Triple plays,
Leverenz. Double plays, Wisterzil to fi.
Adams to Stumpf, Wolfer to Poole, Poole
to McCann. . Time of game, 2:15. Um
pires, Eason and Finney.
CRANDALL BLANKS OAKS, 3-0
Los Angeles Twlrler Airtight In
Pinches ; .Cooper Stopped.
OAKLAND, Cal., July 27. It was
too much Crandall for the Oaks to
day and Los Angeles took the game,
3 to 0. Crandall pitched airtight
ball in the pinches.
The tally the. Angels made in ths
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second was aided and abetted by
Brubaker who kicked Twombly's
bounder and then after Twombly
had gone to second on an infield
out Brubaker threw Baldwin's hit
away, allowing Twombly to score.
Crandall also stopped Cooper's
hitting marathon today. For 22
games Cooper has hit safely at least
once each game. Today crandall
put a cipher in Cooper's hit column.
B H O A
Klllefer.l. 5 3 2 0
B H OA
Brown.l.... 4 2 0 0
M Auley.s 3
Twombly ,r 3
Baldwin, c 3
Wilie.r 4 12
Cooper.m. 4 0 2
Lafayette.l 4 0 13
Knight,2... 4 14
Marriott,3 3 0 2
Brubaker.s 3 11
Mitze.c 3 0 2
Brenton.p. 3 2 1
Totals 32 8 27 11
Totals 82 7 27 17
Los Angeles 0 1101000 08
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Errors, Brubaker 2. Runs responsible
for, Brenton 2. Struck out, Crandall 4,
Brenton 2. Bases on balls, Brenton 2.
Hit by pitched ball, Lindimore. Stolen
bases, Twombiy. Brown. Three-base hit,
Brenton. Two-base hit, Brubaker. Sac
rifice hits, McAuley 2, Baldwin. Double
play, Crandall to Lindimore to Griggs.
Left on bases, Los Angeles 7, Oakland &.
Time, 2 hours. Umpires, McGrew and
VERNON 2, SAN FRANCISCO 0
Singles by French and Hannah
Net Both Runs In Second.
LOS ANGELES, July 27. Vernon
defeated San Francisco, 2 to 0, here
today, Kilduff and Ellison being the
only Seals to register safeties off
the delivery of Bill James. Vernon
clinched the game early when sin
gles by French and Hannah in the
second inning netted two runs.
James retired the Seals on strikes
in the eighth. Bodie's catch of
Kamm's long drive was a feature.
B H O A
B H O A
Kelly.l 3 0
Valla.r... 4 0
Kamm,3. . 4 0
Ellison, 1.. 2 1
O'Con'll.m 4 0
Rhyne.s.. 3 O
Kllduff,2. 3 1
Telle.c 2 O
McW'ny.p 2 0
Compton 1 0
Coumbe.p 0 0
Seet 1 0
0 0 0
0 3 0
1 12 1
0 0 4
3 0 4
Totals.. 29 2 24 6
Totals. . . 28 6 27 11
Batted for McWeeny in eighth.
tBatted for Rhyne in ninth.
San Francisco 000O0O00 0 0
Vernon 0 2000000 2
Error, Hannah. Innings pitched. Mc
Weeny 7. Charge defeat to McWeeny.
Runs responsible for, McWeeny 2. Struck
out, McWeeny 3, James 7, Coumbe 1.
Bases on balls, McWeeny 1. James 4.
Stolen base, Hannah. Sacrifice hits,
Smith, James. Time, 1:35. Umpires,
Byron and Casey.
SACS BAT HARD AND WIN
Bees Defeated, 1 5 to 1 ; All Pitch
ers Look Alike.
SALT ' LAKE CITY, July 27.
Sacramento got in some heavy stick
work today and won from the Salt
Lake Bees, 15 to 7. Thurston, Betts
and Blaeholder all looked alike to
the Senators and they rapped their
offerings to all corners of the lot.
Penner was hit freely during the
first few innings, but he settled
down and pitched a good game.
B H O A
B H O A
Schang,3.. 5 2 11
Sand.s . 5 2 0 3
Wilhoit.r... 4 3 2 0
Siglin,2 4 2 3 2
Mollwitz.l. 6 3
Schi'kel.m 8 1
Ryan.r 6 8
Sheehan.l. 5 3
M'G'f'g'n.2 6 2
i.azzerl.z. .. 0 0 0 0
iStrand.l... 4 2 10 1
Lewis.l 4 14 0
i Pearce.s... 5
Schick.m.. 4 0 10
Kerns,3... 4 10 4
Byler.c 3 0 4 1
J Cook.c 3
Anfinson.c. 112 0
Thurst'n.p. 0 0 10
Betts.p 3 10 1
IBl'holder.p 0 0 0 1
Uenkins.. 10 0 0
Totals. .47 20 27 91 Totals. ..37 18 27 13
Batted for Blaeholder in 9th. Filed
Sacramento 0 5 2 0 3 0 5 0 015'
Hits 0 6 3 0 4 0 6 1 0 20
Salt Lake 4 3 0 O 00 OO 0 7
Hits ' 68010020 1 13
Errors, Pearce, Betts. Home runs.
Strand, Sand, Ryan. Two-base hits,
Ryan 2, Cook, Moliwitz, Lewis. Stolen
base, Penner. Struck out, by Thurston 2,
Betts 1, Blaeholder 4, Penner 4, Bases on
balls, off Betts 4. Runs responsible for.
Thurston 5 Betts fr, Blaeholder 1. Pen
ner 7. Charge defeat to Betts. Innings
pitched, Thurston 1 2-3, . Betts 4 1-3.
Double plays, McGaffigan to Moliwitz,
Schang to Moliwitz, McGaffigan to
Pearce to Moliwitz. Time, 1:52. Umpires,
Toman and Carroll.
SCHR DEFEATED BY RHODES
Victory by Vancouver Tennis
Player Feature of Day.
VANCOUVER, B. C, July 27. The
d-feat of Herbert Suhr, crack Cali
fornia player, by B. Rhodes of Van
couver, in straight sets was the fea
ture of today's round in the main
land tennis championships play-off
here. As play draws on to the semi
finals it becomes apparent that
United States participants will reach
the play-off in nearly every class.
In the men's singles Marion, Lai
zure and De Turenne won their
In the women's singles Mrs. Dia
mond of Vancouver is the only Can
adian to reach the Semi-finals, which
will be played tomorrow.
In the mixed doubles Mrs. Slmonne
Bourqua and Villegas will represent
the Seattle contingent in tomorrow's
CHICAGO PLUNKS BOSTON
10-INNING RALLY ENDS
Karr Driven Off Mound; Plercy,
Attempting to Check Scoring,
Lets In Winning Run.
CHICAGO, July 27. A lflth inning
rally enabled Chicago to nose out
Boston, 4 to 3, today. Karr was
driven off the mound with one run
in and two men on, and Piercy, who
attempted to check the rally, walked
Hooper to take a chance on Strunk,
but the veteran singled to center,
sending home the winning run.
Leverett was hit on the back of
the head by a pitched ball and had
to retire from the game. He was
not seriously hurt. Score:
Boston t Chicago
1 OlJohnson.s. 4 2 0 8
0 lMulligan,3. 4 2 15
Burns, 1 6
8 0E.Collins.2. 5 1.58
8 2!Hooper,r.. 4 12 0
4 OlStrunk.m.. 5 2 8 1
5 2Falk.l 3 12 1
5 2!Shee!y.l. . . 4 1 14 0
2 3SchaIk.c. .. 3 2 3 0
0 2,L,everett,p. 2 10 0
0 OlfDavenport 0 0 0 0
(Courtney.p. 10 0 0
Totals 37 9x28 101 Totals. . .35 13 SO 19
xune out when winning run scored.
tRan for Leverett in seventh.
Boston ...0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 8
Chicago 0 00000200 2 1
Errors. Pratt, Ruel. Two-base -hits.
Pratt, J. Collins, sheely. Schalk, Miller.
Three-base hit, Harris. Stolen base.
Hooper. Double plays. Mitchell to Pratt
to Burns, Karr to Pratt to Burns, Burns
unassisted. Bases on balls. Karr 4, Lev
erett 1, Schupp 1, Courtney 1, Piercy 1.
Struck out. Karr 1, Courtney 1. Innings
pitched, Leverett 7, Schupp 1-3, Courtney
2 2-3. Karr 9 1-3, Piercy 0. Winning
pitcher, Courtney. Losing pitcher. Karr.
WASHINGTON 9, DETROIT 1
Nationals Score Six Runs off Cole
in Eighth Inning.
DETROIT, July 27. Detroit was
helpless before Zachary today, while
Washington hit opportunely and
won, 9 to it The Nationals scored
six runs off Cole in the eighth in
ning after two were out on two
passes, an error and five hits, one a
triple by Zachary with two on base.
"Chick" Gagnon, former Holy Cross
infielder, was released to Rochester
by the Tigers. Score:
Washington I Detroit
Kice.m 4 z a liuiue.l 4 1 10
Harris.2... 5 1. 4 4!.Iones.3 3 0 0
uuage.i o 4iu mcobb.m 4
Shanks, 3.. 5
0 OIVeach.1 2
2 2Flagste'd,l. 1
2 ICutshaw.2. 3
4 OIRigney.s. .. 3
0 2IWoodall,c. 3
Cole.p. ...t . 1
Moore, p.. . O
Totals. .39 13 27 14 Totals.. .29 4 2714
-watcea tor uoie in 5tn.
tBatted for Jones in 9th.
Washington 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 6 0-
Detroit 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Errors. Harris, Heilmann, Cole. Two
base hits, Judge, Peckinpaugh, Rice,
Shanks 2. Three-base hit, Zachary.
Stolen base, Peckinpaugh. Sacrifice,
Goslin. ' Doubie play, Peckinpaugh to
Harris to Judge. Bases on balls, off
Zachary 2, Cole 4. Struck out, by
Zachary 4, Cole 3. Innings pitched,
Ehmke 1, Cole 7, Moore L Losing pitcher.
NEW YORK TRIMS ST. LOUIS
Walter Schang Garners Homer In
ST. LOUIS, July 27.- Walter
Schang's home run in the eleventh
inning gave the Yankees a 6-to-6
victory in 11 innings over, the
Browns here today. The defeat cut
the Browns' lead to one-half game.
The Browns tied the score with a
three-run rally in the ninth inning
after the New Yorkers had taken
the lead in the eighth by scoring
four markers. Pipp of New York
hit a homer in the fourth.
Dave Danforth, pitcher of the
Browns, was ordered out of the
game in the tenth by Umpire Owens
after the latter had examined a ball
which Outfielder Witt of New York
had charged had been "doctored,"
The ball was turned over to Umpire
Connolly, who refused to let any
body see it. The score:
Witt.m... 8 1 4 0
5 13 8
2 4 2
Tobin.r.... 5 1
2 2 0
Sisler.l.. ... 6 1 15
Williams.l 5 15
2 1 1
3 12 0
M Manus.Z 3
Bush, p. ..
2 3 4
0 3 3
Austin. 3..-. 0
uanio tn.n o
Wright, p.. 0
uurstl. . .. 0
Totals. . 41 13 29 13
Totals. ..89 9 83 15
Batted for Mays
tBatted for Smith in tenth.
tRan for Bronkie in ninth.
SBatted for Austin in 11th.
New York 0 001000400 1 6
St. Louis 0 002000030 0 5
Errors, Witt, Dugan, Gerber, Kolp,
Two-base hits. Bronkie. Ruth. Severeid.
Three-base hit, Bugan. Home runs.
Fipp, Kchang. stolen base, lpp. bacri
fice hits, McManus, Jacobson, Vangllder,
Scott. Double play, Gerber to McManus
to Sisler. Struck out, by Danforth 1, by
Bush 1. Bases on balls, off Vangllder 2,
off Shawkey 2, off Kolp 1. Innings
pitched, Vangllder 7 1-3, Kolp 1 2-3, two
on, none out in tenth: Donforth 1-3,
Wright" 1 2-3, Shawkey 8, one on. none
out in ninth; Mays 1, Bush 2. Winning
pitcher. Bush. Losing pitcher, Wright.
CLEVELAND IS ROUTED, 11-2
Philadelphia Hits Three Pitch
CLEVELAND. July 27. Philadel
phia defeated Cleveland today, 11
to 2, hitting three Cleveland pitchers
freely. Prior to today Coveleskie
had won six straight. Bing Miller
returned to the Philadelphia lineup
after being benched for weak bat
ting and made four hits in five
times at bat. Galloway made four
in as many attempts. Score:
McGo'an, 5 2 2,0 .lamiesen.I. 5120
Dykes,S.. 5 2 2 lWamby,2.. 4 0 4 2
Walker.l. 5 8 3 0 Speaker.m. 4 2 2 0
Hauser.l.. 5 1 10 0 Wood.r 4 0 0 0
Miller.m.. 5 4 1 OJ.Sewell.s. 3 111
Gallow'y.s 4 4 1 3 Gardner.3. 4 113
Perkins.c, 3 0 2 0McInnIs,l. 4 2 11 1
Sheer,2... 4 0 6 4 0'Neil,c... 10 2 1
Naylor.p.. 4 10 5 L.Sewell,c. 2 0 3 1
C'v'leskie.p 10 0 2
Bagby.p.. 2 0 0 1
Mails.p 0 0 11
Steph'n'n. 10 0 0
Totals. .40 17 27 18 Totals... 35 7 27 13
Batted for Mails in ninth.
Philadelphia 00240030 2 11
Cleveland .... .0 O 0 O 1 0 1 0 0 2
Errors, Hauser 2, Gardner. O'Neil.
IpTatr h&r!Z' Sr'MGSZ:l" Park when Highball won
Gardner. Sacrifices. Sheer. Perkins 2. , More than 1000 Chicago business and
Double plays, Wambsganss to Mclnnis,
Gardner to L. Sewell to Mclnnis. In
nings pitched. Coveleskie 3 2-3. Bagby
3 1-3, Mails 2. Bases on balls. Naylor 2,
Bagby 1. Struck out, Naylor 1, Cove
leskie 2, Bagby 2, MaUs 1. Losing
FULTON TO BOX IN EUGENE
Heavyweight to Be Seen in College
Town In August.
EUGENE, Or., July 27. (Special.)
Fred Fulton, well-known heavy
weight boxer, at one time mentioned
as contender for. the world's cham
pionship, will box in Eugene some
time in August, according to an
nouncement of his brother. Jack
Fulton, promoter for the Eugene
Fred will meet Bill Tate in Port-'
land August 21, it is announced, and
following this bout will come to
Tentative plans promise it will be
one of the classiest ring pro
grammes ever presented for local
fans, according to Jack Fulton, who
is also making efforts to have Dubs
Mulkey of Monmouth and Tex Mc
Carthy of Los Angeles appear.
GOLF OFFICIALS ELECTED
Hood River Club Names A. W.
HOOD RIVER, Or.. July 27.
(Special.) The directorate of the
Hood River Country club, the golf
links of which will soon be under
construction on a 150-acre Oak
Grove ranch place, has named offi
cers as follows: A. W. Peters, pres
ident; F. S. Kelly, vice-president; C.
N. Ravlin. secretary-treasurer. Com
mittees have been named as follows:
Greens committee, E. R. Pooley, A. W.
Stone, A. W. Peters, S. L. Banks, C. M.
Hurlburt; house and grounds, C. N.
Ravlin, F. S. Kelly. C. H. Castner, E.
A. Franz and C. J. Calkins; ' finance, A.
W. Peters. Truman Butler, E. O. Blan-
chard; allied sports, R. W. Kelly, E. R.
Moller, C. E. Graves, S. J. Moore and
H. T. DeWitt; entertainment, Berkeley
snow, Leroy Chllda, Dr. L. L. Murphy,
Earl 11. Shank and W. A. Rooker.
National League Standings.
W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet.
New York. 57 34 .626iPittsburg.. 45 46.495
St. Louis.. 57 39 .593!Brooklvn. . 45 47 .489
Chicago... 50 44 .532!Phil'd'phia 84 64.886
Cincinnati 4 47 .aiolBoston 32 SB .355
'American League Standings. .....
W. L. Pct.l W.L. Pet.
St. Louis.. 54 40 ,fi74 'Cleveland.. 49 48 ..KM
New York. 55 42 .567Wash'gton. 44 48 .478
Chicago... 50 45 .526IPhll'd'phia 88 68.418
Detroit... 49 47 .510Boston 39 65.415
Sioux City 7, Des Moines 6.
Oklahoma City 4. St. Joseph 6.
Omaha-Denver game postponed, train
No others scheduled.
Toledo 7, Milwaukee 8.
Louisville 1, St. Paul 8.
Indianapolis 5, 'Minneapolis 1.
Columbus 2, Kansas City 5.
How the Series Stand.
At Portland 1 game, Seattle 1 game:
at Los Angeles, San Francisco 1 game,
Vernon 2 games; at Salt Lake 1 game,
Saciamento 2 games; at Oakland 1 game,
Los Angeles 2 games.
Where the Teams Play Next Week.
Oakland at Portland: Vernon at Seat
tle; Sacramento at San Francisco; Salt
Lake at Los Angeles
Beaver Batting Averages.
B. H. Pet. . B. H. Pet.-
Hale.. . 810 118 .381 Sarg-ent. 278 69.248
Brazil.. 22S 80 .350 Wolfer. . 282 69.244
Gressett 264 89 .337 B'miiler 21 S 238
Cox 409 1 28 .313 Leverenz 57 18.228
High... 897 122 .307 Grumpier 42 S 214
Poole. . . 422 128 .803 Walbergr 45 S .200
SuthTd 77 22 .286 Mid'eton 70 12 .171
McCann 385 104 .270 Puhrm'n 78 13 .166
King... 105 29 .275 Houch.. T 1.143
Elliott. 210 M. 257 Coleman 8 1.126
RACING REVIVAL ON FOOT
CHICAGO BUSINESS MEN TO
REOPEN FAMOUS TRACK.
Proposal Made to Hang1 Up Purse
of $100,000 for Renewal
of American Derby. '
(By Chicago Tribune Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, July 27. Mose Coste
man, racing secretary for Colonel
Edward R. Bradley, has been in Chi
cago getting a line on the proposal
to revive racing here. Mr. Costeman,
who was en route to Saratoga for
the big eastern meeting, called on
Tom Bourke of the Illtnois Jockey
club, which is pushing the plan. Mr.
Bourke showed Costeman the signed
lease of the Hawthorne track, also
an agreement from the United States
government, giving permission to
the club to have workmen begin the
transformation of the premises.
Ninety per cent of the government's
property has been removed. The
contract for the entire renovation
has been let.
The newly organized club is
planning a revival of the American
derby for next June. The derby will
be run, it is said, without any at
tempt at betting and entries will be
sent from all the big eastern and
southern tracks. The American
derby was last run in 1904 at Wash
professional men are members of
the new club and have pledged suf
ficient money for all expenses nec
essary to the revival of racing here.
While the club has a lease on the
Hawthorne track, it has two other
sites, one north and one south. A
mile and a half track will be built
and a grandstand accommodating
50,000 people will bp built. It is '
planned to hang up a purse of $100,- j
000 for three-year-olds in the derby !
renewal, the largest amount on rec
ord for an event of that kind.
The plant will include an athletic
stadium for football, with a seating
capacity of lOO.OOO. clubhouse, golf
grounds, tennis courts and swim
ming pools. The club is to be or
ganized under the rules of the Cali
fornia Jockey club, which does not
The legal end of the racing pro
gramme is being handled by able
lawyers and a test case is scheduled
for the near future. Plans are under
way for action in the legislature to
legalize the sport.
WHITMAN HEARS BAD NEWS
Five Members of Last Year's Foot
ball Team Not to Return.
WHITMAN COLLEGE, Walla
Walla, Wash., July 27. (Special.)
Coach Borleske has found that five
football regulars will not return to
college this fall, which casts gloom
over the Whitman prospects. Prac
tice opens September 11.
Two men, Captain Ben Comrada
and Ralph Emigh, are lost by grad
uation. In addition three others
will not return. Harold Blackman,
195-pound guard and punter for
two seasons, was recently married
and will not return to college.
Harold Shepherd, 192-pound half
back and star of the Idaho game
last Thanksgiving day, is in busi
ness and will not return. Herman
Leander, the other Whitmaw regular
end last year, will be foroed to re
main out of college, owing to the
death of his father.
Lack of heavy ends for his interference-smashing
defense will prob
ably be Borleske's biggest worry,
along with the task of replacing
Shepherd in the backfield.
HANLEY TO COACH HASKELL
Famous Athlete of Northwest to
Be Tutor for Indians
PENDLETON, Or., July 27. (Spe
cial.) Friends of Dick Hanley, who
piloted the Pendleton high school in
two years to straight victories in
football, basketball and track, are
rejoicing to see that he has been
elected to coach football at the Has
kell Indian school at Lawrence,
Kan. Hanley had several good of
fers from schools all over the coun
try, but chose the Indian school be
cause of its possibilities.
Hanley was named all-star quar
terback on the Pacific coast for
three years while playing with
Washington State college, and is
one of a famous athletic family.
The football mentor will teach the
Warner system of play at Law
rence, which he learned at Wash
ington State from Bill Dietz, a War
Benefit Dance to Be Given.'
'ABERDEEN, Wash., July 27.
(Special.) A jitney street dance
will be given at Cosmopolis Satur
day night for the benefit of the
speedy Cosmopolis Commercial
league team, now tie if for the lead
in the league.
BOSTON, July 27. In a heavy-hitting
game Boston defeated' Chi
cago, 8 to 7, in ten innings today.
The winning run came with two out
in the tenth when Powell tripled
and scored on Nixon's single to
right.- Ford made five hits, includ
ing two doubles, in five times at
bat. Christenbury replaced Cruise
when the latter was injured sliding
into the plate in the first inning.
He made a home run and two sin
gles. The score:
B H O A
Maisel.r. .. 5
Nixon. 1-r. .
Cruise. r. . .
6 2 3 0
Terry.2 ... 2
Barber.l. . 5
3 0 0
0 0 0
Holke.l. . .
1 Ford. 3. . . .
SiCNeil.e. . .
1 M'auarn.p. 2
Totals. .39 1429 181
Totals..42 18.10 21
Two out when winning run scored.
tBatted for Marquard in seventh.
tBatted for Oeschger in eighth.
Chicago 000204100 0 7
Boston 10001 0050 1 8
Errors. Terry. Kopf. Two-base hits.
Ford 2, Holke. Three-base hits. Ald
ridge. Powell. Home run, Christenbury.
Sacrifices, Terry 2. Krug, Kopf. O'Neil.
Double plays. Hollocher unassisted. Bases
on balls, off Aldrldge 1, off Marquard 2.
off Oeschger 1. off Cheeves 1. Struck
out. by Aldrldge 2, by Oeschger 1, by F.
Miller j. Inninss pitcher, Aldrldge I,
none out in eighth; Cheeves 3, Mar
quard 7, Oeschger 1, F. Miller 2.
GIANTS WALLOP CARDINALS
Four Pitchers Smothered Under
Avalanche of Hits.
NEW YORK, July 27. The New
York Giants made it three straight
from St. Louis, winning 12 to 7.
Four Cardinal pitchers were smoth
ered under, an avalanch of hits,
Bancroft, Rawlings and Kelly lead
ing the attack with three apiece.
Bancroft had an odd record, scoring
once in each of the first four inn
i mgs. Stock featured for the losers,
driving in six runs with two home
run drives. John Stuart, former
Ohio State star, started for the
Cardinals, but was taken out after
pitching to three batsmen. . Score:
Bancrofts. 4 3 3 2
Rawlings, 2 5 3 0 2
Flack.r. . . 3 0 0 01
J.Smith.m 4 0
Hornsby,2 4 1
Frisch.3... 4 2 11
Stock.S. -. . 4
La van, s.. 4
Meusel.l... 4 10 0
Toung.r... 5 0 3 0
Kelly.l 5 3 10 21
Stengel. m. 2 2 1
C'gham.m 2 11
smitn.c. a z 5
J.Barnes.p. 5 0 2
Totals.. 34 8 24 101 Totals. . .40 18 27 28
Batted "for Ainsmith in sixth.
tBatted for Sherdel in ninth.
St: Louis 4030 0000 0 7
New York 2 1440001 12
Errors, Lavan Bancroft, Frisch. Two
base hits, E, Smith, Cunningham. Three
base hits. Stengel, Rawlings. Home runs,
Stock 2. Stolen bases, Schultz, Hornsby.
Sacrifice. J. Smith. Bases on balls,
Stuart 2, Pertica 1, Sherdel 2, J. Barnes
4. Struck out, J. Barnes 5, Pertica 1,
Sherdel 1. Innings pitched, Stuart none,
faced only three batters: Pertica 2 2-3,
North 1. two out in 4th, Sherdel 4 1-3.
Losing pitcher, Pertica. Winning pitch
er. Miller. Losing pitcher. Cheeves.
PHILLIES BEAT CINCINNATI
Six Runs Are Made In Seventh'
Inning Rally; Score 6 to 5.
PHILADELPHIA, July 27. A sev
enth-inning rally in which six runs
were scored enabled Philadelphia to
make it three straight over Cm
cinnati today, the score being 6 to 5.
Williams' 15th home run of the
season with Meadows and Parkinson
on base gave the locals the victory.
The score: ;
Burns.m.. 6 13 0Rapp,3 4
Daubert.I 3 1 10
Duncan. 1. 5 11
Harper.r. . 2 18
Walker, r. . 3
Mokan.l. .. 4
Fletcher, s. .4
Roueh. .. 1
Meadows, p 3
Luque.p. . 2
Keck, p.. . 0
Totals.. 32 7 24 12! Totals... S3 9 27 17
Batted for Caveney in ninth.
tBatted for Keck in ninth.
Cincinnati 0 0203000 0 5
Philadelphia ouuuuoov o
Errors. Burns. Fletcher 2. Two-base
hits. Daubert, Fletcher, Lee. Home run,
Williams. Stolen base. Pinelll. Sacri
flee hit. Daubert. Double plays. Mead'
ows to Fletcher to Lee; Rapp to Parkin
.on to Lee. Bases on balle. off Mead
ows , off Luque 1. struck out, oy
T .limit. 1. bv Keck 1. by Meadows 1. In
nings pitched. Luque 6 2-3. Keck 1 1-3.
Losing pitcher, Luque.
Safe or Out?
TIV CHARLES D. WHITE.
Q. Batter hits hard line drive to left
fiifipr. who makes a 'shoestring eaten,
but turns a somersault as he gets the
ball and drops it. Is the batter out or
does he git a hit?
A. This is a decision of personal
Judgment on the part of the umpire. If
he thought the ball was held long
enough the batter was out.
Q. Runner on first. Batter bunts,
but as he runs to first the ball touches
him and he is called out by the umpire.
The latter advances the runner on first
to second. Was he right?
A. No, not so far as the runner was
concerned. The batter was out before
he reached first, so there was no neces
sity that the runner snouia aavance. i
Q. Ground rules gave the runner a
base if the ball passed the catcher and
hit the grandstand. Catcher let the
fourth ball get away. Does the runner
go to second?
A. This play is much disputed. The
runner should go to second because he is
entitled to first and should receive an
other base for a passed ball. It is al
ways well to have this point cleared up
before the game begins. .
Q. Bases full and one out. Batter
hits to second baseman, who throws to
shortstop at second. Latter relays the
ball to first for a double play. Runner
scores before third out is made. Does
the run count? V
A. It does not. The third hand was
out before reaching first base.
Q. Bases filled, runner going from
second to third is hit by batted ball.
Umpire calls, him out. He also allows
the runner on third to score. Is that
-A. No. The runner on third remains
on the base. A runner never is permit
ted to score on this play.
Baseball Fans on Tiptoe.
GASTON, Or., July 27. (Special.)
The local baseball fans are all on
tiptoe for the game scheduled for
Cuba's finest Uuelta"
tobacco forms the
body for this smoke
The sunny isle of
Sumatra sends us
,its choicest wrapper
in which to clothe it.
ALLEN & LEWIS
PORTLAND. . OREGON
next Sunday afternoon at the Gas
ton baseball park between the Gas
ton team and the Indians from
Grand Ronde. The posters announce
that they are the undefeated cham
pions of Grand Ronde, and interest
is very keen among ail the devo
tees of the game in the whole coun
ty. A big crowd is expected, and
Manager Penhollow is planning a
Golf Facts Worth
BY INKIS BROWN.
q in a single match if, with both
balls on the putting gree-n, me jjiajei.
whose bail lies nearer the hole, putts
j h miMPR has his opponent the
option of saying whether the ball shall
be replaced ?
A. No. special ruies ior iu iaj
require that the ball be replaced at
once, whether the putt be holed or not,
and failure to do so entails disqualifica
tion of both players.
Q. Will you piease expia-iii juol
is included in "advice as usea m
rule against accepting advice from any
one except your caddie, or your partner
or bis caddie in a four-ball match?
A 4'Advice" is "any counsel or sug
gestion which could Influence a player
in determining we u
choice of a club or in the method of
playing a stroke. '
Q What I the penalty, If any, in the
following case? My ball land! in a very
wide shallow sand trap in whioh are
placed several boards end on end for
players to walk across the trap. The
ball st'opfl against aTi edge of on? of
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A. There is a penalty of one stroke
in either match or medal play.
Q. If one partner stops the other's
ball in a four-ball match, does the side
lose the hole in match play ?
A. No. Only the player whose ball
is interfered with is disqualified from
competition for the hole.
Q. Where a brook, recognized as a
water hazard, through a heavy downpour
overflows its banks so that it stretches
out on wnat ie ordinarily a part of the
fairway, can a ball that stops on such
part of the fairway be considered in
A. If there are no stakes or marks
to indicate the limits of the hazard, it
cannot. If there are- ball that stops
outside these limits can be considered
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