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THE SUNDAY OREGON IAN.' PORTLAND, AUGUST 4, 1913.
to Vancouver for a double-header on
LONE OAK TRACK IS
SCENE OF ACT1VIT
PROMINENT FIGURES IN VICTORIES OF PORTLAND OARSMEN AT VICTORIA REGATTA
September 24. The final home stand
of the Colts will not open until Tues
day, September 3. the Beavers and Colts
coming to Portland for a six-game
series or a total of 15 straight games
between the two clubs. Spokane ends
the season here, with seven games end.
lng September IS.
BOYS TO START LONG "HIKE"
Williams Predicts Portland
James Gilbert and Moe Goldstein to
Harness Horses Being Traine
for Coming Portland and
Miss Mary Browne Decides to
Go to Newport Tourney
Pass Vacation in Walking.
James Gilbert and Moe Goldstein.
Will Finish Season With
.500 Per Cent.
two of Portland's amateur hikers, have
decided to pass their vacation by tak
ing what' will be their longest hike.
The boys will leave here tomorrow
morning, their destination being Weed.
CaL, a distance of 420 miles. The
hikers believe they will have no trou
ROAD TRIPS DON'T WORRY
FAST WORKOUTS RECORDED
TACOMA HOST THIS WEEK
ble in covering the distance in 10 days.
COLT HITTERS ADVANCE
Tacoma Tijfers Are Next at Vanghrt-
Among Owners Who V1ll RacJ
Pacific Jforthwest Title to-B Played
for by Big Field of Entries.
Game Becomes 3Iore Popular '
at Tni-rerslty of ' Oregon.
Streetv Grounds Fans Should
Thoroughbreds on Circuit This
Year Are Keefer, Daniels, Leg
gett, Ward and Others.
Be Treated to ' Hard-Fought
Series This Week.
PORTLAND TEAM HAS SECOND
PLACE IS SLUGGING.
; . . -!3?K
? V ltmum
Portland tennis enthusiasts are not
to see Miss Mary K. Brown, of Los
Angeles, woman National tennis cham
pion, play here this year, for she has
decided to remain In the East for an
In a private letter to a Portland
admirer received yesterday. Miss
Browne expressed her regrets that
she win be unable to play here on her
way home to California, but she
traveled Eastward from Chicago, when
Miss May Sutton left for the West, the
latter to play in the Tacoma tourna
ment this week. It was expected by
. the northerners that Miss Browne
would come West with Miss Sutton,
and it was the hopes of Portland
tennis players that both might be per
suaded to play an exhibition match
Miss Browne writes that she will re
main In the East for the National
tennis championships at Newport and
mill visit at Bryn Aiawr for a time.
Tacoma Tonrnameat to Ope.
Portland will match the Tacoma
tournament this week with Wlcker-
iham. Ewing and others entered there
The showing that the Portland men
made In Victoria was not what might
have bean expected, and there is hope
yet in the Tacoma tourney. Several
' young women of Portland have decided
- to go north this week, some for the
" Tacoma finals and will play in the Se
attle and Everett tournaments.
Miss Irene Campbell, 1912 title holder
of Oregon, will be seen in play in the
north, except possibly the Tacoma
Late last night Wickeraham left for
Tacoma and it was announced that
Miss Myrtle Schaefer . and Miss Stella
Fording would be seen in the Tacoma
tourney, the latter leaving tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
.!.. L" 1- . 1 T - 11
seen In doubles play, and this strong
combination should be runner-up at
least in the women's doubles.
Big Field Announced.
The field which will compete for
the Thome cup has the best known
men in this section entered. In addi
tion to Melville H. Long, the inter
nationalist. California has sent such
stars as Ward Dawson. William Bacon.
Gardner Young. Ella Fottrell. William
Johnson among the men, and May
and Florence Sutton to lead In the
Seattle will be represented by two
stars. Russell and Thompson. The com
petition for the cup win be keener than
ever before, but today the dopsters are
at a loss to predict the. results. Long
is held to be the favorite by many,
but his defeat earlier In the season by
William Johnson has caused some of
the wise ones to shake their heads.
Tennis Growing at "I".
Tennis is becoming more a popular
sport at tne University of Oregon each
year. The women of the university are
required by Dr. Stuart, director of ath
letes for women, to play tennis through
out the Fall and spring for exercise.
Dr. Stuart has regular hours upon the
courts for her classes. As all students
of the university, men and women,
must have two years of gymnasium
credits before receiving their diplomas.
there are but a few women in the upper
classes who can not play tennis.
Until last year the University of Ore
gon led in the number of matches won
In the annual tournaments held with
the University of Washington. Last
season, however, the Oregon men met
their Waterloo In two out of the three
The annual tournaments with the Unl
versity of Washington were fathered
by Charles Max Snow, of Portland, who
was a member of the graduating class
of 1909. In the tournament held in bis
senior yea?. Snow won the champion
ship of the Northwest in the singles.
Two tournaments were held between
the representatives of the university
and the Multnomah Club last Spring.
In the matches played at Eugene, the
university team won, and in the tourna
ment on the Multnomah courts the club
men were victors. These tournament
are planned to be held each Spring.
A movement, on foot at the uni
versity, is to procure a graduate coach
for the tennis men. There are a num
ber of alumni in Eugene and at the uni
versity, who are experts with the
racquet and It is felt that much useless
squabbling could be avoided by having
one man in charge of the varsity teams.
On account of tennis having not been
considered on the same level as an
Intercollegiate sport with baseball,
basketball, track and football, it has
not. heretofore, been directly In con
trol of the athletic council. According.
ly, there has been no one In authority
to manage the trial, tournaments and
select the teams. Among the men who
may be chosen graduate coaches are
Bert Prescott, Secretary and President
Campbell. Albert Tiffany, register of
the university, and Paul Bond, of Eu
gene. Three to Return.
Three of last rear's varsity tennis
squad will be back In college next Fall.
They are Joseph Yaden. of Klamath
Falls, Irving Brooks, of Portland, and
Ralph Newlands, a California lad. who
since his arrival as a freshman at. the
university Jias been one of the chier
boosters of the sport. Harry Stein, who
was the only Oregon man to win his
match in the tournament at Seattle,
last Spring was graduated last June.
Two youngsters that look of varsity
class are William Munly and Harry
Lytle. both Portland lads, who have
had long experlence"on the Multno
mah Club courts.
In connection with the Interscholastic
track meet and swimming tournament,
tt is probable that high school tennis
matches will be scheduled rn the annual
Junior week-end celebration In May.
There were over 200 high school par
ticipants in the aquatic and track
meet, held at the university last May.
and it is felt by the athletic manage
ment that a state tournament for a
suitable trophy would be a fit final for
the high school games.
The plan is to divide the state into
districts and have the champions of the
districts play for the state champion
ship at Eugene.
Meadow brook Polo Team Wins.
NARRAGANSETT PIER, R. I.. Aug.
j. The Meadowbrook polo team re
peated its record of last year by win
ning today the senior National polo
championship at the point Judith Coun
try Club, easily defeating Bryn Mawr
in the finals. 16 to 8.
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Base-Stealer Has 29 to His Credit,
but Hap Myers of Spokane Pur
loins 63 and Cooney 38.
The batting streak of the Portland
Colts during the last two weeks has
elevated them to second place among
1 Fred Newell and J. Havley, Winner ,
of Senior and Junior Double, 3 i
Coaeh R. C. Hart. 3 Arther Allen,
Captain 1913. 4 Top Row, Left to
Right C. M. Dyrlund and O. Jena-
wold t Bottom C. T. Spooner and R.
Z. Myers, Junior Four Winner. 8
A. Pfaender, Winner of Senior Sing-lea.
TRAINING BIG AID
Victory of Portland Crews Due
to Hard Labor.
LONG GRIND PROFITABLE
Victoria Regatta Demonstrates Early
Season Work . Necessity Cap
tain Allen Develops Good
Man In Reslng.
The sweeping victory of the Portland
Rowing Club crews at the Lake Shaw-
nigan Regatta, July 28 and 27, when
tney won five of seven events, showed
what the long and early training the
men did In rain or shine for four
ine first call was Issued by CaDtaln
Arthur Allen in the early part of
April, and after the first few weeks
of rather bad weather, during which
the men turned out rather indifferent
ly, practice was regular every day with
Portland witnessed a rowing revival
this Spring and 'the crews felt it. The
senior four had but one new man
Reslng, who rowed the first race of his
life In the big four, at Victoria. He
is a true Portland product and never
rowed before entering the senior four
at h. 1..K -
Picking the senior four was a diffi
cult matter for Coach Dick Hart.
Changes were made several times and
Resing vas finally picked for the va
cancy, liesing did fine work. He held
up his end. of the boat In splendid
shape, says Captain Allen.
Easy Event Was Lost.
Tbe race for senior big boats was
one event which Portland men thought
would be easy to take. However. Vic
toria captured the event by a quarter
of a length.
"This race rather deceived us, for the
papers and everybody did mucli talking
about what an easy victory everybody
but Portland would have In all the
vents which Portland took," savs
Allen. "The big boat was not lauded
and very little - appeared as to the
crews strength. They did not look
any too strong, but they sure were
"Lake Shawnlgan Is one of the most
delightful and beautiful places I have
ever seen. The water is unruffled by
the wind and the course, on the day
of tbe races, was as smooth as glass.
The water was clear as crystal, and
looking over the side we could see the
bottom as we passed over It. 12 feet
Splendid Time Enjoyed.
'We bad a good time during our
stay, although we had to make It our
selves. We each, that is each club, had
Its own big room in the Lake Shawnl
gan Athletic tClub. Each morning there
was "rough-house in general, but we
sure had a time." '
More crews will be started at once.
so that when the next Spring training
begins, there will be a good stock of
new material on hand to fill the boats.
This Is the time of the year when the
novice rowers who have the build, are
usually broken in. and a good many of
these are on hand to take part in the
Portland spurts for glory.
Although the regatta at Victoria
ended competition with outside teams
for the, year, the Fall regatta of the
club, will take place on the Willamette.
Labor day. The cup for the senior
singles will be the bone of conten
Over a score of the boats of the
Poftland Motor Boat Club flotilla, will
leave next Sunday for a day's cruise
to the home of L. J. Patterson on
Sauvie's Island. There the excursion
ists will enjoy themselves on the pas
tures of the beautiful island. Some
contemplate holding a meeting on the
exact spot, where Chief Multnomah
held his famous council 200 years ago.
A bigger delegation than ever for
the Motor Boat Club, will this year
make the trip to Astoria for the big
sail and motor races. Many will leave
the week before the races, which take
place August 28, 29 and Sfi. and will
cruise along the byways of the Co
Commodore 8. C. Boost, of the Motor
Boat Club, returned last week from a
trip up the Lewis River. Fishing kept
the accompanying party busy.
Most of the cruisers of the Oregon
Yacht Club, having returned from thu
Columbia River, races will take place
on the Willamette River this after
noon. A big delegation of the sailors
will also be seen at Astoria this FalL
TENNIS MATCH GOES 74 GAMES
Championship Clay at Long Beach
Runs Three Hours.
LONG BEACH. Cal., Aug. 3. By de
feating Chase and Harry Rogers in a
match today which lasted three hours,
a total of 74 games having been played,
Nat Browne and Jack Duncan retained
the Southern California tennis doubles
championship, score, 14-12, 1-6, 6-8, 6-3,
The singles championship went to
Paul Hardeman, of San Francisco, who,
in straight sets, defeated William Hor
rell, of Pasadena, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4.
Mrs. B. O. Bruce retained the wom
en's singles championship ljy an easy
victory over Miss Alice Scott, 6-1, 6-2.
Stagg Is Bull Moose Elector.
CHICAGO, Aug. 3. Alonzo A. Stagg,
athletic director of the University of
Chicago, was chosen a progressive party
elector from the Second Illinois Con
gressional District at the state con
toria has the edge on Vancouver this Lewis. Vancouver
season on games played. Seattle Is Mahoney, Portland..
,.. .v.. Williams. Portland..
ua'' " "" Bruhear, Vancouver. .SS
a big edge over the, Indians, with Vic- Mann. Seattle 35
torla holding Its own with Vancouver, Zimmerman, Spokane. .358
would turn the trick. , Scharney. Vancouver... 35
The general opinion is that Van- S,r'Bnr: V"
couver will win the 1912 pennant, du- Kibble, Portland 879
plicatlng its 1911 feat. Spokane is the Wilson.. Victoria 67
greater stumbling block of the North- Merrltt. Victoria. 183
western Beavers, and they meet the Brinker, ' Vancouver." . . 222
Indians in only one more series, and I Shaw. Spokane 370
that fit Vanrniivar Cin thtk nth.r hand I James. Seattle 66
o .. ..n.thin h. t- Cooney, Spokane 868
" Strand. Spokane..
dlans, and the Colts have more than oetdiek, Spokane,
broken even with them thus far. Spo- Moran, Seattle...
kane plays two more series with the t?r?c.hf Tac.onla-
Colts and one with the Seattle Pot- fcSlsnn B.Vti.""
latch Bugs. Pereons. Tacoma.
ITnllnurlnir thA Tacoma series the I Fullerton. Seattle 8.1
Colts go to Spokane, then to Seattle Johnson, Spokane 245
and Victoria for a series with the Bees J?,"if; vancouvir"".'.'.'. 51
and then play a nine-game series with Goodman. Tacoma SO
Vancouver, playing six games at Varr- Keller, victoria 370
couver, one at Seattle and then back
Raymond. Seattle tm
XEIO OF TENUIS PLAYERS WHO FIGURED IN INTERNATIONAL PLAY AT VICTORIA LAST WEEK nlSnon seat,;.:::; es
"We'll close the 1912 Northwestern
League season with a percentage of
B00. breaking even on a schedule.
which calls for ten weeks at home and
14 on the road," optimistically declares
Nick Williams, manager of the Port
When we leave Portland on Au
gust 11 tor cpoKane, to open ine m.i tne teams, from a slugging standpoint,
series of a three-week road trip, we but ln t-am I)aldlnlr tv,.v -mi r-nk
wUl be at the .BOO mark. Witu a fourth, tied with Seattle for the same
pitcning statt jum ruuuums iuiu " position.
true lorra, a ieam iulwub m '-M The Colts lead the other clnha
striae, ana a aeiertmnaiion i jui.. the clrcult ln two an1 three-base hit
into tne nrsi aivision at m nr.v .B" but rank fourth ln home runs. They
OI & DrCBlL HIUUUK LUXCO i.oa.i- uvrw aloA havA fh. wllAa 1. 4-1.
there tne i;ons Bnouia aimust cnl, Veasev lsaulna- 82 nu... ln 12
two September weeks left for the Port- As ha'dWn.t flnlsh all , tnese gSLIMB,
land end or tne scneauie. nlg lnabllitv to iOCate the nlat. is all
Tne J01is may turn ine- inca i i in.(
landing? ln tne .U0 Class, out irom mm i , c.- i , i i
distance the season Is yet eight weeks 8t0aier wlth 29 to , OTBdlu but Hay
f rom the end It seems a well-nlgh im- Mvera of Spokan(Si has puri0ined 63
poBoimt, I... " and Phil Cooney,. of the same club, 38
its first-trip clip on the remaining r. mv t i7it,iu ,.. ,i.
road trips of three and five weeks re-l, f tha , ,h hl. v,.
spectlvely. not only would it finish averase for Kame8i including those of
aoovo .v, . , . f lagt Wednesday, being .363. Norman
ace the pennant-aspirations of Van- Crulkshank ot the CoUs ls back ln
oouver, Spokane and Seattle. But on 8econd viCe. with .821. while Ward
the form of the second and tnird trips .,!-..,. nn ,i.i.r
n must iu.ii.cucu ... the Colt8 two of the eight .800 hitters
or iinismng witn a That Spokane and Vancouver are to
schedule of victories is decidedly slim f)ght ,t out for the ant ls shown
For Portland, with its schedule of by the team 8tatl9tlc9. Vancouver
14 weeks on me roaa ana ten i uome, -h. i.,kti.. ,it,
" """" w,wl v'"""b kan third. Snokane tons the field
ould stamp tne oiuo as me equal, i D..,-j -n ..v...
noi me superjur. oi yvu.i. blg. marg.ln in base-running.
ner. tor me winner, oe n. vmotuioi, wilt., Smith f vim.,i. i. nm.
SDOkane or Seattle, will have a i- i..n ,ka , '.. u.j, .7(.i,.. k
..... .i tuikuj liid ias a iomi a a .- ai - a . u u e.
vorable home schedule and Still not Timm nyttrV of Vancouver Is tho real
w- ... .. wamAa oKnvA tho snn I r . . "I
uc e - " - boss, with IK victories and three de
figure. feats. Noyes. of Spokane, ranks sec-
Portland lans will nave meir last ntv, nf Kea.t,i- thPd These
glimpse or ine lacoma. us". three men are due for the majors neit
ween in d-vcii-bo-iuo oc I aeftaon,
Colts beat tnem six in seven games evj rotv la the leadlns- Colt mound
would oe asKing too mucn oi mom neBOn .Bioomfi.ia .r the other
to repeat tne. penormance. over mo I T3,i. k ,h. inn
strengthened Watkins' crew. Should The indlvlauai batting, pitching and
tney taae ... l c.c.. e"". team statistics follow:
-m mdivwu-i Btin..
BWCOll U.tll I ...... . .vu.a n ... i Ati. A.
be at the coveted hall-way station in Meek, Victoria 312
tt,. .....ntir, oninmn I Crulkshank. Portland. .274
t""-- . . 7-
rr...mn will nr.fl.nt fi niimhPP nr . - .. ..v... ...... v
new faces this trip. Ten Million, the Kennedy. Victoria 846
sensational 1911 Victoria gardener, will Bennett, Vancouver. . .417
h. In loft flald. -Rill Ooodman. the McDowell, Portland . .198
Tacoma third Backer of last season. Neighbors, Tacoma
nas louna nis way Daca to me norm- Nordyke. Victoria
western via the American Assocla- fthk, Vancouver
tlon. a. notch al
City step. Hoioerman, a lormer wasn- rrrin stti.
ington State Leaguer, is at first, while Schneider, Seattle
Belford, Meikle and Crlger nave re-
piaceu ecu in u Li aim u' '" Jackeon, Seattle 88
pitching staff. Doty, Portland 66
While Portland and Tacoma are Speae, Portland . .842
tangling daily on the Vaughn-street P'yo1:- 8P?kV,A -?!?
grounos, Victoria una ynutuuyer wl" Abbott, Tacoma 871
nlav at Vancouver, and Spokane and I Tohe. victoria- 8S8
Victoria at Seattle. This lineup ' may I James. Vancouver ...
result in the switching of Seattle Hunt Tacfma . ...l"!
arouna to iirst piace, provmoa ii.ai mo McMullln. Tacoma ...251
teams play true to past performances. Holderman, Tacoma
Seattle generally hands Spokane a J'Pf ""
good inmming ai ooaiuo, wu.io .u- ciementson. Victoria
Fries, Portland 421 28
. . 65
C ' III : J f
1 ' 'Lviwr-I III f iltnty i4 I
:-:4 ill r. i i
Ww"" I I : asm i ssasssssssHsns sj
Morse, Tacoma 313
Catee. Vancouver 18S
Rawllnss. Victoria 3fl.i
Whalllns. Seattle 2.1.1
Brooke. Victoria 20S
nervals. Vancouver. ... 74
Hall. Tecoma 74
Wallv, Seattle v
Harris. Portland 29S
Crittenden. Tacoma. . .ik
I Seil on. Vancouver 29
Molkle. Tacoma 49
Million, Tacoma 23
Belford. Tacoma o
W. L. Ave.
Smith. Victoria 4
Mclvor, Seattle 1
I Callahan. Portland 1
Stelges. portlana i
IClsrk. Vancouver 15
Bviam, Vancouver 4
Noyes, Spokane.. m
James. Seattle 10
UnKle. ancouver o
Cadreau, Spokane 16
Dotv. Portland 11
Strand, Spokane 8
Willis. Vancouver v o
Thompson. Seattle 13 9
Agnew. Tac.-Van 10 T
Fullerton. Seattle 15 11
I Wilson. Victoria i 9
Leonard. Spokane o j
Oervals. Vancouver 1J 11
Tonneson. Portland ... .1"
Bloomfle.a. rortiano. ...
Brldger. Spokane 1
Gordon. Tac.-Seattle. . .1" 1"
I Crlger, Tacoma
Belford. Tac.-Van 6
McCreeiy. victoria. v
Schneide.-, Seattle 5
Eatley, Portlana .
Sen ton. Vancouver v
Cochrane. Spokane g
Kaufman.' v.ctona.... o
Sclimutz, Tac.-Van.... o
I Starkell. Tacoma i
Hill. Tacoma o
Ingersoll, Seattle 1
I Veazey, Portland 4
Q'.rot, Portland i
Club B R H
Portland :'" ' ?'?
?nrtlc ane 4. -4 8.l
Tacoma .."..I. .... ... . .8447 450 861
qeLttle 3.170 465 840
vtcYor?. 3462 462 854
xtra Jissre ana dmv nwuimg.
H. Av. SB
3 7 .254
I Tacoma . . .
Spokane . . .
2B. SB. HR. TEB. SH. SB.
..115 21 58 325 108 153
Snnkana 2801 1354
Vancouver 2825 1346
Victoria 2683 1 294
Seattle 2753 1379
Portland ztsi i2n
2724 1418 284
SALEM Or.. Atiff. S. f Special.) Un
less records established this year b
horses now stalled at Lone Oak tract-
are not broken, state and Nations
time ln the light harness class will b
shattered ln many instances, before th
week of the fifty-first Oregon Statrl
Fair expires. Never before ln the his
tory of the state's big annual racind
event has there been so much stocio
on the grounds at this time of the year
with the exception of a lew straggler
California entries are all on hand, and
within the next few days Ogden, Mon
tana and Idaho horses will arrive and
stalls will be allotted. In addition to
the former well known horses which
fyive been returned to this state to
take part In the annual events, there
are a dozen new racers being worked
out on Lone Oak track.
Among the new stock is Beralce R
a fast little trotter under the care o
M. c. Keefer. the veteran horseman
of California. This mare made sn ex
cellent showing during the Southern
circuit races, and although her time
is but 2:11, her owners expect her to
figure prominently ln tne large stakes
posted bv tne state Fair, ner guar
dlans hope to obtain good results on
the Portland track this season.
Mr. Keefer has under his charge one
of the fastest trotters on the coast so
far this vear. in the mare Nads. She
has traveled the mile ln 2:09. and
the trainer predicts she will beat her
own mark before the season is over,
At present this speedy animal is in
the best of health and ls working out
on Lone Oak track splendidly. Mr,
Keefer exDects to take his prize to
Portland for the harness meeting.
Prince I-ot la Promising.
Included lu this stable Is another
2:09 U horse. It Is Prince Lot. This
trotter won first and second money In
California several times, and. accord
ing to his drivers and owners, is jusr.
beginning to show the true worth of
his heels. He Is stepping around the
7:09 mark in Salem at present not
withstanding he has lust arrived and
is slightly sore from the long trip irom
the Southern courses. With these two
fast animals to rely upon, Mr. Keefer
relieves he will obtain good results by
attending the Portland meet tnis sea
son and that his stork will be ln first
class shape to enter the big races by
the time the State Fair opens.
Along- with the same stable there are)
three three-year-oio norses, two nut
ters and a nacer. These animais are
expected to make a showing 'both in
Portland and Salem this year, ln view
of the fact they have been given every
advantage possible, previous to their
trin north. Mr. Keefer is also caro
lng with him two promising two-year-olds
belonging to E. W. Barker, of San
Francisco. He declares that, although
these trotters are but babies as yet.
he expects to enter them ln some light
class in Portland or saiem tnis year.
Fred Ward, another well known cir
cuit horseman, is on hand again this
season with an able string of trotters
and pacers. Mr. Ward is driving tne
faithful little horse Zombronut again
this season, and although this popular
trotter ls not showing up to the best
of advantage now, he will no doubt
work down to the proper pace before
the regular Oregon racing season really
opens. ZomDronui s recora un
tracks is well known. He has captured
the large stakes both ln Portland and
at the State Fair. In California, Zom
bronut was always found up well with
the leading horses, but ne was unaoia
to get the first money. He made nis
first record on Lone Oak track. Mr.
Ward hopes to drive him home with,
the game results this season.
Mr. Ward also brougnt witn mm inn
year Dr. Mayo, 2:24: Joe McGregor,
2:22; Elbelmaden, 2:12; Eskabide,
The two latter horses were favorites
i r'oiifnrnla. and the showing they are
making at Lone Oak track in their
work-outs so far Is Indicative of good
speedy results In the future. Elbel
irnti.il In two of the fastest
heats ever recorded In California, and
his driver predicts real entertainment;
when the Portland events are under
way this season wUh this horse in the
am8- . ."I""' ... .,
Francis j. -renorm.
v.rit the half mile on Lone Oak
track at the rate of one minute Is a
sample of the work now being per
formed by Francis J., the powerful
stallion owned by J. C. Leggett. or
Ogden. Utah, this year. Francis J.
preads the half mue oenina
this time without eriori. wnne nt u -
els the full mile under ugni rem in
9-08 with ease. A. Grant has charge
of the horse this year, and If he meets
with the same results as ne ion
Lone Oak track when the Portland
races are In order, other contenders
...in ..mn.itH to travel at a lively
, ... UO l"..'".- -
rate In order to make a showing.
1 w. Zlbbell. of California, naa i-
-t.. - wiri turn vonng horses. They
are Baby "Doll, an Oregon horse, and
Rasln Girl, a Southern bred trotter.
Mr Zibbell has not attempted to enter
t ' tt.. i.r.. nurses in the green horse
class as yet but Intends to make a
try for some of tne Pu
Portland this season.
Kit Crawford, one or tne. nm"-
race horses on the coast, is again in
the ring this season. She is working
out in fine shape here, and her trainer
hopes to guide her to the front In
ct..i.n the last of this month. Kit
Crawford made a fine showing here
last year, but owing to a poor leg, waa
nable to worn at iter dcoi.
. Daniels Has Nice Performers.
t tj runlels. of Cblco. Cal., arrived
recently with a fine string and will
remain hflT. for a few days to work
out his horses. He will then leave for
Vancouver and return by way of Port
land to Salem. Mr. Daniels also brings
new stock with him this season. He
has entered Dan Logan, 2:11H, in the
State Fair races and will also try for
the money in Portland. Dan Logan
trotted in the good company in Cali
fornia this season, and his present con
dition is indicative of faster work. Ths
"money-getter" in Mr. Daniels' string,
however, is a horse named Chorro
Prince. This animal is a pacer and his
best time so far this year ls is:08.
All Style. 2:12. and a two-year-old
(green mare) with a mark of 7:17,
are also ln Mr. Daniels' string.
A. L. Blackwell is in the game again
this season with Cedric Mac, a 2:24
trotter. This horse has been improv
ing rapidly since he has been in this
city, and his owner predicts a good
showing ln Portland and at the State