The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 01, 1913, SECTION TWO, Page 2, Image 26

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    SEAL-GASTOFF WINS
GUI FOR BEAVERS
Berry Pounds In Run in Tenth
and San Francisco Loses,
Two to One.
HI WEST IS INVINCIBLE
Soo Thomas looses Gruelling Pitch
ing Battle When Doane and Port
land Catcher Bunch Hits.
Beavers Are Xow Fourth.
Pacific Cowt League Standings.
W L PCI W L PC
T.ob Aug.. 35 2S .BCWPortland. . 25 29 .463
Oakland.. 81 25 .554 San Fran.. 27 S3 .450
Venice- 28 30 .48&8acrmzn'nto 22 2S .440
Yesterday's Results.
At Portland Portland 2, San Francisco 1
10 Innings).
At Los Angelas Los Angeles a. Venles 2.
At San I-'ranclaco Sacramento 6, Oak
1 land 1.
BT ROSCOE PAWCETT.
When Cal Ewlug reads his newspaper
this morning at the Ewlsg mansion In
Oakland he'll be due for the hari-kirl
act. Not that Cal would let a 10-ln-nlng
3-1 victory for Portland over his
Seal3 benumb his demi tasse fingers.
Cal has become far too calloused for
that. But. dear popull. It was Claude
Berry who broke up the extra-lnnlng
encounter, and, be it recalled, Claude
was released outright by this same
Ewing less than tnree months ago.
Berry couldn' have bided a more ap
portune time for his revenge. Colonel
Frank Ish, president of the San Fran
cisco ball club, had visited in Portland
en route home from Chicago and oc
cupied W. W. McCredle's family box.
Colonel Ish had to sit through It all
watching Berry as he spanked one of
3"oc Thomas' speed balls to center
field, much as a martyr sees the oil
Rather about the stake.
Beavers Again Fourth.
Berry's feat was all the more note
worthy because it gave Portland Its
first extra inning victory of fhe year
end sent the Beavers up to fourth place
again.
Doane opened the 10th with an In
field single to second, base. He reached
second on Krueger's grounder and
pranced in with the lurking run on
Berry's terrific drive after two men
were out.
Close to 4000 sunshine-inoculated
fans witnessed the pitching classic be
tween Hi West and Doc Thomas, for
mer American Association vets. There
was not much to choose between them,
for both twirled brilliant, scintillating
ball. Seven hits was the count off
each In the 10 frames. The batters yes
terday cut about as much figure as a
lot of traveling men trying to sell
fish In Astoria.
Mundorff's two-bagger in the first
inning, an infield grounder and John
ston's sacrifice fly to centerfield. gave
the Seals their lone run. For nine
strenuous, nerve-racking stanzas after
that West was invincible. He looked
as good to Colonel Ish as a photo of
Willie Ritchie sent on Christmas to
Ad Wolgast
Fielding Is Spectacular.
West, too, had great support in the
pinches. Krueger clfucked Johnston
out at the plate In the sixth inning
when that speeder walked, stole sec
ond and attempted to score on Zim
merman's second hit. Tt was a beauti
ful throw. Captain Rodgers likewise
put the soft pedal on a ninth-Inning
rally by stabbing McArdle's line drive
with one hand. West and Chadboume
also fielded sensationally.
Toc Thomas had Just two Bad In
nings, the third and the 10th. In the
third West helped win his own matinee
by doubling to deep center. Chad
bourne drove him in by a fierce two
bagger Into right. From the third to
the 10th both hurlsmtths gave notable
demonstrations amound.
After the fifth Thomas did not allow
a hit until the 10th inning uprising
by Doane and Berry. Colonel Ish left
Immediately for California, to be In at
the Ewing suicide.
The count for the series now stands
four wins for Portland and two losses.
Bill James will pitch for the Beavers
today at 2:30 o'clock, opposing Fan
ning. The score:
San Francisco I Portland
B H OAE B H OAE
Mundorff.r 5
Charles.2. 4
Johnston, I. 2
fcim'm'n.ra 4
Mcardle.L. 3
rorhan.B.. 8
tvwrlght.8 4
Sohmtdt.o 4
Thornas.p. 4
0 OIChadbrne.1. 4
OO Derrlck. I. 4
0 OiRodgers.2. 4
0 OiKores.s. ... 4
1 0, Doane. r... 2
1 OlKrueger.c. 4
8 0'M'C'mick.3 4
1 O'Berry.c. ... 4
4 0tVest,p . 4
4 0 0
Til
8 2 0
2 10
3 0 0
8 10
3 2 0
4 2 0
18 1
Totals. .82 7 29 10 0) Totals.. .84 7 30 12 2
Two out when winning run scored.
San Francisco 1OO0OOOO0 0 t
Hlt 1 1110 110 1 0 T
Portland 0 01 000000 1 2
"Its 1 1 2 1 0 o 0 0 0 2 7
Runs West, Doane. Mundorff. Struck out
Sy. 'vMt 3, by Thomas 3. Bases on ball.
Oft West S. To-fciM hits Mundorff
(.artw-right. West, Chadboume. Double
Plays- Schmidt to Charles. Sacrifice hlts-
Charles. Doane 2. Mcardle. Sacrifice fly
.Tohnston. Stolen bases Charles, Johnston
Canwnght. Wild Pitrh West. Time l;3o'
Lmrlres Rush and McCarty.
Notes or the Game.
West and Thomas have both twirled
wonderful ball this year. Both are
hard luck pitchers, for their clubs sel
dom get more than a run or two for
them. In rive games now the Seals
have secured only four runs for Thomas.
West should feel particularly cheerful
today, because Thomaa licked him the
second week of the season In a sen
national 1-0 12-inning battle at Oak
land. Cartwright manipulated a pretty one
hand stop and throw . on West's
grounder in the fifth Inning.
McCormick robbed Schmidt of a hit
by clever fielding on a tantalizing
grounder.
No matter how badly Krueger looks
at the plate In his batting slump he
still knows how to field. He lig-zacs
back and forth in centerfield like a full
rigged sloop tacking around a 100-foot
triangular course, laying traps for the
batsmen. Charles suffered vesterday
on a hit that would have gone safe on
almost any other fielder In the league
Walter Doane and Chadboume are
looking better every day. Chad secured
two hits yesterday and Walt one hit
and two sacrifices. If either of Mc
Credle's new gardeners hit at a .275
pace the Beavers will look like a new
team.
Tub Spencer, Seal backstop, has been
ill at his hotel ever since arriving from
the south. He will be out in uniform
today.
AXGEi MAKK IT FOIR IX ROW
Klmer Hoestucr's Winning Streak
for Venice Is Broken.
LOS ANUKLES, May 31. Los Angeles
made it four straight from the Gondo
liers today, winning by 3 to S. Roy
Orabb outpitched Elmer Koestner and
broke the latter's winning streak. The
giirue' was featureless except for the
number uf outfield putouts by the An
gela and the assists by the Venice lu-
4
field. Twenty Venetians went out on
fllan . x . -.
i vui n uuu 1 11 11 .
Good pitching and fast work by the
Los Angeles infield in the late-inning
rallies by the Tigers were useless.
Score:
Los Angeles
B H O A E
Venice
H B O A E
.1 ii n n
Page.2... 5 0 2 2 llcarllsle.l
V.llla 1
4 1
O fi'Kfiti. m Tin nn
Moore.l.. 5 2
6 o 0,Bayless.r. 4 3 0 0 o
4 OolHoep.s... 4 0 160
4 O 0O'Roul-e,2 4 1 3 81
2 2 Lltschl.3. 4 0 2 4 J
0 2 0! Pattern.! 3 0 17 0 1
2 1 0;Elllott,c. . 2 0 2 2 1
0 2 l;Kreitz.c. . 0 0 O 00
Maggert,m 4 1
Howard.r 3 2
Melrger,3 4 1
Johnson,s 4 0
Boles.c.. 3 1
Crabb.p. . 4 2
jKoestner.p 3 O 0 4 0
: Jit.u.u . . j. u u u v
Totals 36 1027 0 8 Totals. 32527244
Batted for Elliott in eighth.
T' Angeles o 1 0 1 OO 1 O 0 3
"Its l l i 2 i i 30 o 3
vV, ce 0 0 O 0 0 0 1 1 0 2
Hit 0 0 0 2 0 O 2 1 0 5
Runs Moore. Metzger, Johnson,, Bayless
Meloan. Stolen bases Maggert, Howard,
M,?or5; , Two-base hit O'Rourke. Sacrifice
hit Boles and Fallis. Bases on balls
crabb 1. Koestner 1. Struck out Koestner 1.
Double play Metzger to Page to Moore.
Passed balls Elliott. Time 1:43. Umpires
Finney and Van Cleef.
WOLVES OUTCLASS OAKLAND
Stroud Pitches Masterly Ball and
Wins Easily, 6 to 1.
SAX FRANCISCO, May 31. Through
tha excellent pitching of Stroud, Sacra
mento completely DutciBAiwii AaViaii
today and won by the seore of 6 to 1.
Stl-miit nUhs Hi . , .
. ...... . . u . uuiDLBr luuia
and heaved an assortment of twisters
mo viiu mat me oaks kept lan
nlnsr th hra.... ,n .. . . .
" Ul 1 1LCI1IUUI1. xie
twirled the best brand of shoots seen on
mj iuciu aiamona in many a day.
Zacher was the only player who could
hit him up to the seventh.
On thf whnla X I V. a. . - .
. -- . . i umiiieaa oi
Oakland was an easy mark for the Sac
ramento sluggers. The Senators rapped
him all over the field and chased him
to tne Dencn. Malarkey took his place
In the eifirhth anH V... 1 ,1 . v. w.i .
check for the remainder of the game.
Sacramento Oakland
- ,. , B,S9 IS' .. .. B H Q A F.
Halllnan.3 5 11 o oloook.s. . . . 4 o 3 4 0
c-.ir.iu.i-. . u o i u l.Zacher.m. 4 8 2 OO
J.Buren.l 4 18 OOINess.1 4 Oil 2 0
Moran.m. 4 2 1 0 0 Coy.r 4 O 3 00
Tennant.l 2 1 14 0 o'Hetllng.3. 4 1 2 21
Toung.s.. 4 1 0 2 0jGardtir,I. 4 1 0 0 0
Bllss.c 3 2 8 1 0!Rohrer.c. . 2 1 2 10
fatroud.p.. 3 10 5 0Olmste'd.p 2 0 0 30
Becker... 1 0 0 OO
Malark'y.p O 0 0 1 0
Totals. 33 12 27 14 lj Totals. "!36 27 17 1
Batted for Olmstead in seventh
Sarjramonto 0 002 1 030 0
,"! 1 1 0 2 2 1 4 1 0 12
Oak. and O 0 O 0 O O 1 0 0 1
- I O 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 8
Buns Halllr.an. Shinn, Moran. Bliss 2.
Stroud, Hetllng. Stolen bases Shlnn 2.
Moran. Tennant, Zacher. runs 11 hits off
Olmstead In 7 Innings; charge defeat to
Olrnstead. Two-base hlla Zacher. Roh
rer. Sacrifice hits Shlnn. Stroud Bliss.
Struck out By Stroud 7. by Olmstead 1.
by Malarkey 1. Hit by pitcher ehinn. by
Olmstead: Tennant. by Malarkey. Double
playsLeard to Ness. Bases on balls Off
Stroud 1. off Olmstead 2. Left on bases
Sacramento 6. Oakland 6. Earned runs
Sacramento 4, Olmstead 1. Tlmt 1-43
Umpires Phylg and Held. " '
COBB SThSg .475
DETROIT SLUG45ER PRESSED BY
JACKSON" AND SPEAKER.
McDonald, of Boston, Tops National
nXvith .429 Milan Leads Amcrl
can Base Stealers.
CHICAGO, May 31. American League
batting stars are hitting their stride.
Unofficial II vera traa miMtah.J .........
show that Cobb Is still leading the
league with an average of .475 for 24
games, and next to him are Jackson of
Cleveland with .438, and Speaker of
Boston 378, Collins of Philadelphia with
oio. ana iajoie or Cleveland with .848.
McDonald of Bnntnn lonHn HA xr.
tlonal League hitters, his average for
17 games being .429. Cravath's slug
ging, which has bAen a motr.- n iAAn
tng Philadelphia In front, ranks him
HC.L Willi ,UU.
Wagner of Pittsburg finally passed
his understudy. Viox, whose good hlt-
.. o ucyius uim in tne game despite
and .345, respectively. Manager Huk-
rlnfl e. IS T . . I .. ; ... ...
-- wMia, mill witn .344.
Tlnu.pitnnl.. 1. . . .
are retained Dy
Milan of Washington, the records show-
. j hub stolen ti Dases. Next
to him in th. AmA.tnn T
- - ...w ivu league are
Bush of Detroit, and Oldrlng of Phila-
j ii mo national League, Her-
xnor N." c ir Vnrl. l i .. j . v. , . ...
c. -. .cauo .vim i and ill s
team mate. Merkle, and Lobert of Phila
delphia are next with 12 each.
VANCOUVER GAME PROMISED
Independents and- Soldiers to Cross
Bats Today.
VANCOUVER Mo,, .1 ,c
cialfl) The first clash in a number of
J uetween tne Vancouver Inde
pendents nnil a . - .
. - - .o..n. icui ui Van
couver Barracks will be staged tomor
row at Trl-City Park, r'or several sea
sons both clubs have been winners, but
have never met on the diamond. It is
dOUbtflll if a UAT-laa 1
- - ---' aauicb iia-9 ever
created such Interest in Vancouver.
ne followers of both clubs are hack
ing their favorites at even money, and
a few supporters of the Army nine are
reported to have placed big odds on
their team. Cole and Murray, south-
nn.wa Will nrnrlr tr- . 1- t - I I i i
' - . .w. lilt n.KKl UUD,
while Manager James has not vet de
cided who will pitch for the Independ
ent, aitnougn ne announced that Ad
, ..... . juuiig pituner
on his staff, would likely be chosen.
j-ruen. l.iaroie ana cromer will be on
ine uring line.
SENATORS BIT KL A WITTER
Ex-Portland Star Slabster Sild by
Detroit to Wolverton.
SAN FRAXCISCO. May 81. Harry
Wolverton. manager of the Sacramento
team, in the Pacific Coast League, has
strengthened hts pitching staff by the
purchase of -Dutch" Klawitter from
Detroit. The deal was closed tonight.
Klawitter has pitched a half dozen
games in the big league and President
Navin. of the Tigers, assured Wolver
ton that the big pitcher is In shape to
step into the box right away.
Klawitter was drafted from Portland
last Fall. He is expected In Los An
geles the first of the week and will
Join the Wolves immediately.
ACERICAN LEAGUE.
Philadelphia 12, New York 2.
PHILADELPHIA. May 31. Phlladel-
phlt won the fourth and final game of
the series from New Tork today In
an unlnteresttng contest by 12 to 2.
Baker made his third home run in as
many days. Mclnnis also hit for a
home run. Score:
New Tork Philadelphia
BHOAEI BHOAE
Danlela.r.
Woltar.m.
Chase.l. . .
Cree.l
Oil 0!Murphy.r..
- 0 O o
- i wiuiannf,i..
112 no Walsh.l...
10 0 0
1 1 00
3 2 4 0
2 2 2 0
0 0 0 0
2 10 2 0
2 2 0 o
14 0 1
15 10
110 0
1 0 30
4 0
2 1
a 1
1 0!Baker,3... 4
4 lrJrr.3 o
0 0;M'lnnis.l.. 5
C 0 -trunk.m. . 5
1 OjBarry.a &
1 ii ?.-hang.c. . 4
Mldkiff.3. 4
Goasett.c. 1
PVk p'gh.s 4
M'K'ch'e.2 4
Clark. p.. . o
Klepfer.p. 3
0
.... -.- i.i-. 0 u . vniiaer,p
Sterrett'.. 10 0 OOiraft.p...
:: v Bender. p.. 8
Totals.. 35 8 24 16lj Totals. ..40 J7 27 12 1
Batted for Klepfer in ninth.
New Tork 0 0090020 0 -
Philadelphia 0 7120011 12
Runs Midkiff, Feckinpaush, Colllna a;
SEEN BY EYE OF THE CAMERA AT
oxiintitin JitAJSUlSUO
MtWSJ0 J rip
"IvT - ' 57.t tJ KJ
pi&psA pH J I Mil
AT TOP, CHADBOIRSE, OK PORTLAKD, IV ACT10.V, SCWMITT RKCEIVIVG
ANDJACK MCCARTHY UMPIRING. AT BOTTOM. LEFT, FRED " DERRICK
FROMTh F,BST SVCKER R,(iHT' "'MB HOGAN, BACK
Baker 2, Mclnnis 2, isirunk. Barrr, Schans
Bender 2, Taff. Two-base hit Strunk.
Three-bate hit Peckinpaugh. Home runs
Mclnnis. Baker. Hits Off Clark 5 in 1 2-3
Innlnns, off Klepfer 12 in 6 1-3, off Bender,
5 In 8, off Taff 4 in 3. Stolen bases Strunk.
Collins Baker. Mclnnla Bases on balls
Off Clark 1. off Bender 1, off Toff 1. Hit
by pttrher Schana- and Baker by Clark.
Murphy by Klepfer. Struck out Bv Clark
1. by Bender 1. by Klepfer 1, by Taff 1.
Passed balls Hweeney.
Cleveland 5, St. Louis 4.
CLEVELAND, May 81. In a stirring
ninth-inning finish Cleveland took to
day's game from St. Louis by 6 to 4.
Score:
Cleveland . I St. Louis
BHOAE BHOAE
D. J'ston.l 5
Chapman, a 4
Olson.3... 5
113 0 0Shotton.ro.
3
4
4
4
4
J. - 2 o J. Jo ston.l.
1
1
A llltrilltam. v
Turner.2. .
Jackson.r.
Ryan.m . ..
Lelbold.m.
Graney.l. .
O'Nell.c. ..
Steen.p
Bladins.p.
Lalole...
Batest....
3 oPratt.2. .'
2 1
1 0
Stovall.l.
. 4
2 10 10
0 OIAustin.3. .. 8
2 10 0
Wallace,s.. 3
Ag-new.c . .. 4
2 0
0 0
Levei-enz.p
Ham' ton, p.
1 0
1 0
Totals.. .34 12 27 16 0 Totals. . .33 12 24 11 0
'Batted for Ryan In the eighth, tftan for
O'Neil In the ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 3
St. Louis ..o 0 0 X 8 O 0 0 u 4
Runs Turner.. Jackson. Ryan. Blandinr.
Bates. J. Johnston. Williams, Pratt. Agnow.
Two-base -hits Jackson, Pratt. Three-base
hits Turner. Pratt. Sacrifice hits Steen
and Wallace. Stolen bases Leibold. Austin.
Shotton. Double piay Stovall. unass'sited.
Hits Off Steen 10 in 6 innings; off Bland
ing 2 in 4 innings; off Leverenz 5 in 0: none
out in the seventh: off Hamilton 7 In 2
Innings, none out !n the ninth. Base on
balls Off Steen 1. off Blandlng 1, off
Leverenz 2, off Hamilton 2. Struck out
By Steen 2, by Blandlng 1, by Leverenz 2.
by Hamilton 1. Left on bases Cleveland
10. St. Louis 5. Time 2:15. Umpire
Ferguson and Dineen.
Washington 5, Boston 4.
WASHINGTON, May 31. Washing
ton won the most exciting game of the
season here today, defeating Boston
in an 11-lnnlng game, 5 to 4. Score:
.Boston Washington
BHOAE!
a h o a &
Hooper.r.
4 2 1
4 0 2
0 0Moehller.r
o o
00
o o
2 erKes.z .
Speaker.m
3 1 Sehaefer,2
OOMllan.m..
00 Gandil.l. .
1 1
Lewis.l 3 8
2
9 10
2 1 O
Engle.l.. G
Wagner.s. 4
Janrrin.3 3
Carrig'n.c 4
Bedient.p. 3
O'Brien, p 0
2 14 1 OAinamfth.
1 5 6 lShankna,l.
10 1 HM-Bride.s.
0 6 5 0l&edeon.3.
1
e
o
o
4
0 0
60
1 0
00
O 1 1 0 Laoorte.3.
0 0
1 OiHenry.c-1.
2 0
Hughes. p.
Altrock.p.
Engle.p. . .
Boehllng. .
0.4 0
111
0 10
0 10
0 00
0 00
0 00
Johnson .
Wlll'ms"
Mullln
Totals 37 10 32 1S3I Totals. 40 10 S3 IS 1
j -to out wnen winning run scorea.
Ran for Qandil in ninth.
Batted for Hughes in fifth.
Batted for Altrock in enghth.
Batted for Engle in ninth.
Boston 0 200200000 0 4
Washington 0002000220 1 S
Runs Hooper, Speaker. Engle. Wagner,
Schaefer. Milan 2. Ainsmith. Shanks. Two
base hits Engle. Hooper. Three-base hits
Wagner. Schaefer, Shanks. Milan. Home run
Speaker. Hits off Bedient In 9 innings.
O'Brien, 3 in 2: Hughes. 8 in 5: Altrock. I
In 3: Boehllng, 1 In 2. Sacrifice hits Terkes,
McBride. Stolen bases .Tanvrin, Moeller..
Double play Hughes. Gandil and McBride,
McBride unassisted. Base on balls Bedient
2. O'Brien 1, Hughes 3. Altrock 1. First base
on errors Washington 2. Struck out Bed
ient 4. O'Brien 1. Hughes 1, Engle 1.
Boehllng 2. Timo 2:05. Umpires Egan and
O'Loughlln.
Chicago S, Detroit 2.
CHICAGO, May 31. Collins' double, a
sacrifice and Weaver's single gave Chi
cago the long end of an 11-inning
game with Detroit today. 3 to 2. The
game was a pitchers' battle between
White and Zamloch. with the former
pitching the better ball In the pinches.
Captain Harry Lord, of the White Sox.
who was hit in the elbow in yester
day's game, today started for his home
in Portland. Me. He will rejoin the
club In Boston on Tuesday. Score:
Detroit Chicago
BHOAE: BHOAE
Bush,a. .
Vitt,2
Crawfd.I.
Cobb.r. . . .
Veach.l..
Hlgh.m. .
Duboc. . .
Ivoudon.m
Morlar'y.3
Roadeau.c
Zaml'ch.p
2 3 B 1 7!eider.3..
0 8 4 0 Rath. 2
0 15 11 Fournler.l
3 10 0
2 1 4 0
0 IS O 1
S 0 OS
x i v vt omna.r. .
2 OOModle.m..
1 OOSchaller.I.
0 0 0!Matt k,l-m
2 0 0- Weaver...
8 1 0-Schalk.c.
2 SlWhite.p...
o o
o 0
2 O 0
4 10
2 4 2
7 2 0
0 40
"I
Totals. S7 9 32 19 2' Totals. 89 1133 20 3
Batted for High in sixth.
Two out when winning run scored.
De;roU 0O 1 00 0 1 0O0 0
Chicago 1 OS 6 1 OOOO 0 1 3
R-uns Bush. Zamlocb, Zetder, Collins,
Schalle-r. Two-base hits Collins 2. Sacri
fice hits Morlarity. Veach. Schaller. Sac
rifice files Collins, Crawford. Stolen bases
Zeider. Schalk. Doubie plays Mattlck to
Fournler. Bush to Crawford. Left on bases
Detroit 11. Chicago 8. Bases on balls
Off Zamloch 2, off White B. Hit b- pitcher
White (Vltt). Struck out By Zamloch
2. by While s. Time 2:25. Umpires
HUdebrand and Connolly
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE GAME
AND PORTLAND YESTERDAY
YAKS TIED WITH BUCKS
BEARS PUSH PENDLETON DOWN;
MINERS LOSE TO YAKIMA.
Irrigators Stay in Race for Flag by
Defeating Spuds Baker
Soundly Trounced.
Walla Walla beat Pendleton again in
the Western Trl-State Saturday, the
score being seven to four. North Yaki
ma took the game from Baker by the
lopsided score of 19 to 5. As a result
Pendleton. Which hail hain T.tn- It.
- - - -1 f- .1.
third position, now is tied with North
Yakima and may be shoved out of the
way- Boise won, 6 to S, over La Grande.
At Pendleton the Buckaroos, crippled
by the absence of Augustus, who was
hurt In sliding Friday, were easy for
the Bears. Dawson, the new Buck
hurler, was found frequently. The
Buckaroos were switched around to
fill the gap. The score:
R. H. B. R. H E
Walla WaL 7 13 4Pendleton. . 4 7 4
Batteries Leonard and Brown, Daw
son and Byrnes.
At Boise opportune hitting and
taking advantage of La Grande errors
enabled Boise to come out victor. Vock
leby went In to relieve Miller and held
the Irrigators down. The score:
La Grande. S 7 5 1 Boise 6 8 2
Batteries Miller. Vockleby and
King; Bonner and Gard.
At North Yakima the Yaks got their
batting clothes on right at the start
and hammered all that Krause and
Dean got near the plate. The game was
ragged and dragged. The score:
R. H. E.t R. H. E.
N.Yakima 19 21 4'Baker. 6 8 6
Batteries Gordon and Taylor
Krause, Dean and Post. Starkell.
Yale 4, Princeton 3.
NEW HAVEN. Conn., May 31. Tale
came from behind today after Prince
ton had a 3-to-0 lead, and won an ex
citing 10-innlng game, 4 to 3.
R. H. E.N. R.H. E.
Princeton.. 3 5 21 Yale 4 11 2
Batteries Copeland. Wood and Car
ter; Glle and Burdette.
Baseball Statistics
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
National League.
W. L. P.C.I W. L. P.C.
Phila
Brooklyn. .
Kw Vn.l.
22 11 .867 Pittsburg. . . 19 20.4S9
2115.6?3'?t. Louis... 18 22.450
20 19 .556 Boston 14 20 412
. 20 2l.3O0Cincinnati... 13 23.75
American LeagTse.
2S 10 .737; Boston 16 23.410
. 29 12. 707, St. Louis IS 28 .391
22 17 .564-Detrolt 17 27 .Bed
24 19 .55SN'ew York.. 10 28 .2t3
American Association.
Chicago. ..
Phila
Cleveland.
Chicago. ..
Columbus.
Milwaukee. 27 19.6S7iSt. Paul.. 19 22 4A
uwuia. mo.. V ina DOIU
Kansas City 25 21 .543lToledo. .
17 22 .4MH
14 29 .32tf
10 IS. 471
13 20 .394
11 6 .SOS
Western Trl-State.
Walla W.. 25 lO .714!Pendleton.
Boise 21 13 .618iI,aGrande.
N. Yakima.. 17 17 .SOOIBaker
Ycalei dTa Rmii
American Association Columbus 4 Louis
ville 3; St. Paul 7. Minneapolis 6; Milwau
kee 7, Kansas City 1; Indianapolis 7, To
ledo 6.
Western League Topeka 2. Lincoln 1: St.
Joseph 3. Sioux City 2; Omaha 8, Dea Moines
0; Wichita 11. Denver 7.
Southern League Montgomery (I, Atlanta
4; Mobile 1L Nashville 8; Birmingham Z
New Orleans 1. Chattanooga-Memphis game
poatponed. rain.
Portland
Pacific Coast
Batting Averages.
I Northwestern '-
AB. ft.
av.i
.325; Kant lv. .
AB. H. Av.
20 7 .350
13S 41 ,Sol
73 92 ,3U1
' 152 41 .24
105 27 .257
111 28 .232
111 28 .21.2
4 18 .250
41 10 .243
9S 23 .234
2 8 .231
148 83 .210
93 21 .225
102 19 .lt
13 2 .164
20 2 .100
15 1 .055
.000
- f
Lindsay.
20 S9
Kores ....
Hlggin'm.
Doane. . .
Fisher. ..
Krause. ..
Rodgers..
James. ...
Chadb'ne.
Derrick..
Krapp. . .
Fitzg'ld. .
McCofick
Krueger..
Berry. . ..
Carson. . .
Wast
Hagermaa
Shields. ..
McCrodio.
14S 44
34 10
151 40
102 27
SI 8
309 58
32 S
231 M
201 48
14 3
65 17
14 29
199 39
72 14
7 1
3A 6
21 3
1 0
X 0
.27;Speas
.2&4He!lmann.
.2S5MoIchlor. .
.295Bancroft..
.348 Fries
.254 0uignl....
-250!Murray . . .
.243'Callahan..
.2X8 Williams.
.214 Mays
.200jMohler...
.100Mahoney
-19-Coltrtn....
.194 Hynes
.142 Stanley...
.latrMartlnonl.
.095)Agnew. ..
.0001
.OvOj
STANLEY HUMBLES
E M ORE
Guigni and Melchoir Batting
Stars of 5-to-3 Game
at Seattle.
CHAMPIONS' RALLY HALTED
Portland Clearly Demonstrates Su
periority In Winning Four of
Six Games Pitchers Are
All Working Well.
Xorthwestern League Standing a.
W L PC; w I. PC
Vancouver 26 17 .WW Victoria. . . 23 22 .511
Seattle 2 19 -57R Tacoma. . . 19 27.413
Portland.. 22 18 .530, Spokane. . . 17 SO .t2
Yesterday's Results. .
At Seattle Portland 8, Seattle 3.
At Spokane Spokane 7, Vancouver 4,
At Tacoma Tacoma 12. Victoria 2.
SEATTLE, Wash.. May 31. (Special.)
After Strait muffed an easy fly In the
fourth Inning with two out and the
bases full, Seattle slid not offer strong
opposition to the tantalizing Southpaw
Stanley until the ninth, when they
flashed and then threw away their
chance by bad base running. Strait's
error let over two runs and took all
the pepper out of the champions, final
score: Portland 6, Seattle 3.
Stanley pitched a remarkable game
and while It would look as if he faded
away in the ninth, the inference would
be wrong. The hit that started the
champions on a splurge that saved
them from a shut-out was a lrlve by
Brown down the third alley, which took
a bad bound. Ordinarily it would have
been an easy out. Xlll and Cadman
walked, but the calling was so close
that it would be unfair to say that
Stanley marred his line record by one
bad inning.
Stanley's Bitching Masterly.
In the first live Innings only 15 men.
or three to the period, faced Stanlev.
They were not retired in consecutive
order, however. Nill got hits in the
first and fourth, was thrown out trying
to stretch the single to a doubl. Hell
mann handled the ball beautifully from
left in flagging George at the middle
station. Raymond hit to third but was
retired at second when Fries tried to
nip him off first after catching Dell's
fly, and Raymond dashed for second as
the ball shot past first, but into the
hands of Stanley, who backed up nicely.
Seattle's only chance to get runs over
up to the ninth from the end of the
fifth ias in the sixth, when Stanley
walked Raymond and Dell after one
was out. The chance, however, was
pflrely Imaginary as Wally. batting for
Shaw, was struck out in a jiffy and Nill
went by the same route.
This was Stanley's second victory
over Seattle in one week. In each
game he has pitched the champions
have looked about as large as a fly
speck on the sun. . He does it with
fair speed, a change of pace and a
rather quick out. Stanley outpitched
Dell today Just as he did in the first
game, when he won by a score of
5 to 0.
Colts Outplay Champions.
There is no avoiding the conclusion
that Portland has outplayed the cham
pions during the past week and has
won four out of six games on merit.
Williams' team looks good and his
pitchers are working well.
Although Melchoir delivered a home
run drive over the right fence that
went a long way, the real batting hero
or tne oay was uuignl, Portland's third
baseman. In five times at bat he
rapped out three drives and scored
twice. The score:
Seattle Portland
BHOAEI BHOAE
Dinwa.. 2 v i iw'rnen,r... 4 o O lO
Waily 10 0 OO.Mohler" 4 " II
Brown,3.. Ill 1 0GuIgnl.3. . 5 3 1 20
Nill, 2 3 2 3 OO Melchoir.m 3 2 110
Strait,!.. . 2 0 2 OlSpeas.l.. 5 18 10
Fuller'n.i 1 O 0 0 0Hei!ymn,l 4 1 1 20
Cadman.c 3 O 8 lU!Murray.c. 3 16 20
Klllllay.m 4 0 2 OO'CoItrin.s. . 4 0 7 20
Jackson, 1 3 0 7 0 ojstanley.p. 3 0 120
Wilson.r. 3 0 0 01
Raym'd.s 2 13 4 0'
Dell.p... 2 0 0 0 0!
Totals 28 5 27 7 2 Totals. 85 8 27 14 1
-Diiica mr onaw in sixtn.
Battod for Jackson In ninth.
Seattle 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3
x-ortiano o o o 2 0 1 0 2 0 5
Runs Brown. Nill, Cadman. Guigul 2.
Melchoir 2. Speas. Two-base hit Speas.
Home run Melchoir. Sacrifice hit Mel
choir. Struck out By Dell 8, by Stanley 6.
Base on balls Off Dell r off Ktunlp. a
Wild pitch Dell. Double plays Fries to
oiBuiey 10 i-uiinn, aionier to t oltrin to
opwifc lime i:oo. umpire Sddinger.
CANUCKS LOSE AT SPOKAVE
Indians Meet Rush, of Enemy In
Eighth by Scoring S Runs.
SPOKANE, May 31. Spokane won
from Vancouver this afternoon by a
score of 7 to 4. Vancouver tied the
score in the eighth and the Indians
put over three additional runs In that
Inning. Toner had but one bad inning.
De Canniere. for Vancouver, allowed
five hits and four runs in less than
thr.ee Innings. sVore:
Vancouver ! Spokane
BHOAE!' BHOAE
Helster.3. 5 13 2 O Crum.ra.. . 4 0 2 0 0
Kon'ick.2 4 0 2 2 1 airman. a.. 301 70
Klppert,m 4 8 0 OOtohe.3. ... 3 0 0 0 1
Frlak.r... 4 11 1 lWagner,2. 3 2 7 40
Walsh. 1.. 4 2 12 O OjPappa,r. . . 4 2 2 00
Brinker.l. 4 11 00'McCarl.l.. 4 3 10 00
Sch'rney.s 3 0 2 2 OjKlsherg.l 4 8 4 O0
Lewis.c. a O 3 SOAuer.c... 4 1100
Decan'e.p 1 O 0 2 OjToner.p. . . 3 0 0 30
Doty.p... 1 0 0 2 01
Hall I 0 0 0 Oj
Totals. 33 8 24 14 2 Totals. 32 1177 14 1
Batted for Doty In ninth.
Vancouver 0 0 O0 0 0 0 4 O 4
Spokati o 0 4 OO 0 0 3 7
Runs Helster, Klppert, Frisk, Walsh.
Cram. Wagner. Pappa 2. McCarl, Ktsberg,
Toner. Two-base hit Klppert. Brlnker.
McCarl. Three-base hits Walsh. Mi-Carl.
Rlsberg. Double plays Altman to Wagner
to McCarl 2. wild pitch Toner. Stolen
baaes Lewis. Altman. Base on balls Off
DeCannlere 2. - off Doty 3. off Toner 4.
Struck out By Doty 2. by Toner 2. Hits
Off Decannlere & In 2 2-3 and 4 runs: charge
defeat to Doty. Left on bases Vancouver
8, Spokane fl. Time 2:00. Umpire Casey.
TIGERS ROCT BEES, 12 TO S
6 Hits and 7 Rons Made in Sixth
After Two Are Out.
TACOMA. May 31. The locals fell
on Alberts In the sixth inning after two
were out for six hits and seven runs,
winning, 12 to Z. Belford Ditched clever
ball In the pinches, special feature
of tomorrow's game will be the observ
ance of "Mike Lynch day," a special
celebration In honor of the Victoria
leader, who formerly managed the local
club. Several baseball societies have
purchased presents for him and there
will be a large number of floral offer
ings. Today's score:
Victoria I
Ta.com
B H O A E
BHOAE
Felts. 1 6 0 3 0 0'rCurfusa.m 6
5 0 0
R'wl'gs.2, SOS 4 OIH.Harrls.1. 8 1
3 0 0
12 0
Swaiu.r.s.
u a ji u.m 3iuiua,3. 4 J
Meek.c. . .
1 1 0;Keller.2. .. 3 1
1 0 OINelghbors.r 4 1
Lynch. m.. 8
Nordyke.L 4 2 8 0 OIH'ld'rm'n.l 4 0
Delmua.a. 1 0 0 1 2Ruell.a. ft t
3mlth,r... 8 0 3 0 OjW.Harris.c 6 4
Lamb, 3. .. 8 0 2 2 0Belford.p.. 4 2
AJberts,p.. 4 2 0 30i
Totals.. 34 7 24 12 2'. Totals. ..36 15 27 9 1
GIANTS
ONG
w. iumi s, Beirord, Stolen buca Mc-
Mullln. Keller 2. Holdman. W. Harris. Dou
ble plays Lamb to Rawllngs to Nordvke.
Two-base hits W. Harris 2. MeMullln, Meek.
Three-base hits H. Harris. Kurfuss. Meek
Sacrifice hits H. Harris 2, Ruell. Belford.
Lynch. Struck out Rv itw. -i v. .- dai
f.rd . Bases on ba:ie Off Alberta . off
Belford 2. Time J :C5. UmDire Toman.
XATIOXATj LEAGl E.
New York. 3, Philadelphia 2.
NEW YORK. May 31. New York won
every game of the series with Phila
delphia, taking the fourth today 8 to 2.
-Matnewson wa Invincible until the
ninth, when "Philadelphia scored two
runs on a single by Magee. Luderus'
triple and Fletcher's error on Doolan.
Mathewson struck out Pinch Hitter
Walsh for the third out. The score:
Philadelphia New Tork
B H O A F BHOAE
-ii mer.i . . 4 u i ui' Bures.1... 4
l 2 00
Knabe.2. 4
1 0 4 0 ihafer.S. . 4
1 1 1 u: Fletcher, 3
1 S 0 0 Doyle.2. . . 4
1 3 0 0Merkle.l. 2
1 1 2 O
13 3 1
0 0 2 O
1 11 0 1
1-400
1 i O O
13 0 0
0 0 8 0
l.obert.3. 4
Magee.l. . 4
t'ravath.m 4
t-uderus.l 4
roi!an,s. 4
Ktllifer.c 3
Walsh".. 1
Rixey.p.. 2
Mayer.p. 0
Dolan.. t
i .Murray, r
0 0 lOMeyers.c.
O 4 1 0'Snoda'ss.m
O
o u Mathe'n.p
O 1
1 0'
O 0
o o:
O O 0 01
Totals 35 6 24 9 o Totals. 29 7 27 lO 2
Batted for Kflllfer in ninth
Batted for Bixey in eighth.
Philadelphia 0 00000-O0 2 -3
New York 0 200O10O 3
Runs MaGee. Luderus. Shafer, Merkle.
Murray. First base on errors Philadelphia
2. Two-base hits Murray. Fletcher Three
baso hits Merkle. Luderus. Sacrifice hit
Fletcher. Stolen bases MaGee. Bums Base
on balls Rlxey 1. Struck out Mathewson 3.
Itlxey 2. Mayer 1. Hits off Rlxey, In t
Innings.
Pittsburg 4. Chicago 0.
PITTSBURG. May SI. Pittsburg
made a clean sweep today of the three
game series with Chicago, handing the
visitors their first shutout of the sea
ion, winning 4 to 0. Adams pitched
fine ball, holding Chicago to only five
hits, three of which were bunched in
the eighth. The score:
Chicago I Pittsburg
a 11 OA n. BHOAE
w.
Mil'r. 4 0
0 OIBooe.cf
Evers.2 .4 12
Srhulte.rf 4 13
7i1ni'an.3 4 0 1
Siller. 1 ..4 0-15
Clmer.cf 3 0 2
4 0;carey.l ..3
o ovion.; s
0 0 Wacner.a 3
1 0J. Mlller.l 4
0 O.Wtlson.rf 4
Hrldell.s 3 1
- O Bvme.3
. . t
Archer.c 3
Phelan .0
Bres'an.c 0
Smith. p .2
Liach" .1
Laven'r.p 0
13 0 Olsimon.c
0 0 0 0Adams,p
0 0 0 0 1
0 0 10
1 0 0 01
000
Totals. .32 5 14 S Oi
Totals. .30 9 :s C 2
I'heian out. hit by batted ball.
Ran for Archer In Rth.
Batted for Smith In 8th.
Chicago 0 O ft 0 0 0 0 0 0
Pittsburg- 0 0 O 0 0 1 0 3 4
Runs Booe. Carey. Viox. Adams. Two
hase hit Carey, Booe. Three-base hit
Carey. Sacrifice fly Viox. Wagner. Stolen
bases Schulte. Viox. Wilson. Hlts Off
Smith 6 In 7 Innings; off Lavender 3 in one
Inning. Base on balls Off Lavender 1.
Struck out By Smith 2. by Adama 5.
Brooklyn 2-3, Boston 03.
BOSTON. May 31. After Brooklyn
had shut out Boston 2 to 0 in the first
game of today's double header tho two
teams batted to a ten-inning tie with
the score 3 to 3 when the game was
called on account of darkness. The
first game was a pitchers' battle be
tween Stack and Dickson the former
having the better of it although the
Boston twirler held the visitors well
until the eighth inning. Three singles
then drove in two runs. The scores:
First game
Brooklyn ( Boston
BHOAE' BHOAE
Moran.r. . 4 12 0 O'Mar'nv'le.s 4 0 3 41
Cutshaw.2 4 1 3 4 0-Mvers.l. . . 4 2 12 0 0
Stengel. m U 1 2 OOConnolIy.l 2 0 2 OO
Wheat, 1.. 4 0 2 1 OSweeney.2 4 3 4 40
Daubert.l 4 2 11 1 0 Tltus.r. . . 4 0 3 00
Smith.3.. 4 1 5 2 0Mann.m... 3 1101
Fiiher.s. . 4 1 O 4 0: Devlin. 3 . . S O 0 30
Mlllsr.c ..4 11 0 0;Whallng.c 3 12 10
Stack, p ..3 11 lOIDIckson.p K 0 O 11
(McDonald 110 0 0
Seymour 1 0 O 0O
Totals 34 9 27 13 0 Totals 32 8 27 13 3
Batted for Mann In 9th.
Batted for Devlin In 8th.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Runs Moran. Miller. Sacrifice hit. Con
nolly. Solen bases Wheat. Double plays
Daubert. unassiuted; Sweenev and Myers 2:
Maranvllle and Myers. Base on balls Off
Stack, a; Dickson, 1. Struck out Stack. 1;
Dickson, 1.
Second game:
Second game
Brooklyn I Boston
BHO A K! BHOAE
3 1 1 0 0 Matun'e.s 5 12 5 0
Moran.r. .
Cutehaw.2
Stengel, m
Wheat.l. .
Daubert.l
Smith.3.
Flher.s.
Miller.c.
Rucker.p
4 0 1 SIMyers.l..
1 12 0 0
4 1 4 0 0ILord,l 5 O
5 1 4 0 0Sweeney,2 3 0
3 0 9 0 OITltus.c. . . 3 2
3 11 SOlMann.m.. 4 1
8 0 2 4 0Devlin.3.. 4 0
3 0 7 1 OiWhallng.c 4 0
B 1 1 10Hess.p... 4 2
4 0 0
12 0
4 0 0
3 0 0
2 2 0
3 11
0 4 1
Totals 31 5 301211 Totals. 87 730142
Brooklyn 0 0000 2 lOO 0 3
Boston 0 0 0 3 O 0 O 0 0 0 3
Runs Moran. Stengel. Daubert, Myers.
Lord, Titus. Called account of darkness.
Two-base hits Stengel. Smith. Three-base
hit Mann. Sacrifice hits Moran, Smith.
Cutshaw. Stolen bases Stengle, Devlin.
Double plays Smith and Daubert; Hese.
Maranvllle and Myers. Left on basee
Brooklyn 8. Boston 6. Bases on balls
Rucker 2, Hess 7. Struck out Rucker 4,
Mesa 2. FlrFt base on errors Boston 1.
Time 2:37. Umpires Brennan and Eason.
Cincinnati 6-8, St. Louis 2-0.
ST. LOCIS, May 31. Cincinnati took
both games of a double header with
St. Louis today, the second game being
an 8-to-0 shut out. In the first game
Johnson held the locals to six scattered
hits and won 6 to 2. Griner, pitching
for St. Louis gave 12 hits, four of
which were bunched in the first in
ning for as many runs, enough to win
the game. The scores:
Cincinnati I St. Louis
BHOAE! BHOAE
Devore.m. 5 2 2 0 0Huggins,2. 3 14 20
Butes.r... 4 2 0 0 OlOakes.m. .. 4 18 00
Bescher.l. 8 8 4 OOiSh'ard.r 3 1110
ti ha mer.s 4 12 5 1 Mowrey.3.. 4 0 0 10
Marsans.1. 3 0 11 0 0;Konetchy,l 4 0 10 0 0
Almelda.3. 4 2 O 5 1 MaGee. 1. . . 4 2 3 0 0
bron.J.... 3 15 s o;o L.eary.s.. S 0 1 5 0
Kllng.c 4 13 O OlWIngo.c. .. 3 15 10
Johnson.p. 4 0 0 2 0Grlner.Py. 8 0 0 20
Totals.. .34 12 27 15 2 Totals.. .31 8 27 12 0
Cincinnati 4 O O 0 2 O 0 0 0 8
St. Louis 0 1 0 0 1 O 0 O 0 2
Runs Devore 2. Bates ' 2. Bescher. Al
meida. Magee. O'Leary. Two-base hits
Bescher 2, Devore, Oakes, MaGee. Three
base hit Devore. Home run Almeida.
Sacrifice hit Groh. Sacrifice fly Mar
sans. Stolen bases Scheckard. Double
playa Berghatnmer and Marsans: Sheckard
and Hugglni; O'Leary. Huggina- and
Konetchy: Almeida. Groh' and Marsans.
Base on balls Off Johnson 4. off Griner 1.
Struck out By Griner 5, by Johnson 2.
Second game:
Second game
St. Louis t Cincinnati
BHOAE B H OA E
Magee.2b. 4 12 5 O'Devore.m. 4 13 00
Oakes. m. 4
Sheck'rd.l 3
o 3 0 0 Bates. r.. 6 3 2 0 0
O . 0 0 Bescher.l. 2 0 1 00
Mowrey,3.
Konet'y.l
Kvans.r. .
O' Leary.s.
Wingo.c
Peltz.c. . .
Perrltt.p.
Burk.p. . .
Cathers.
v o i u tiei-gna r.a 5
0 13 0 OiMarsans.l. 4
1 2 I O Almeida, 3. 4
0 2 3HGroh.2 3
12 1 lClarke.c. 3
0 0 02 Sugss.p.. 4
0 O 0 Oi
0 o 3 0'
O 0 0U!
112 0
1 10 i l i
2 2 2 0
1 4 50
1 3 00
1 1 20
Totals. 29 8 27 14 3j Totals. 34 1127 12 1
Cincinnati OS O0 0 0 2 1 0 g
St. Louis 0 0 0 0O0 0 0 (I 0
Runs Devore. Bates. Berghammer. Mar
sans, Almeida 2. Clarke, Suggs. Two-base
hits Bates, Almeida- Hits Off Perritt. 7
In 1 2-3 Innings: off Burk, 4 In 6 1-3. Sac
rifice hits Groh, Devore. Stolen bases
Devore, Almeida, Groh. Bescher. Double
plays Almeida. Groh and Marsans; Berg
hammer and Marsans. Left on bases St.
Louis 3, Clncnnatl 5. Bases on balls Off
Burk 4. off Suggs 1. Struck out By Sugga
3. by Burk 1. Time 1:50. Umpires Rlg-
er and Byron.
BOXING
BUTLER AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB
BUNGALOW THEATER
TUESDAY NIGHT JUNE THIRD
SEVEN STAR BOUTS
ADMISSION $1 and $1.50
GI1IF1 QUITS BOISE
"Dad" Clark Now Manages Ir
rigators Pitman Jumps.
TRI-STATE RACE TIGHTENS
Second Division Teams Showing Re
newed Strength, With La Grand)
Making Best Gains Mysteri
ous Morse Makes Good.
BOISE. Idaho. May 31. (Special.)
With the three clubs heretofore classed
as weak, greatly strengthened and
fighting every inch of the way not
only to keep out of the cellar but to
break into the pennant race, the West
ern Tri-State League begins to look
stronger than It was when the season
opened. North Yakima, La Grande and
Baker, holding fourth, fifth and sixth
places in the league, respectively, are
the trio of clubs that are showing re
newed strensth In their fight to break
into the race between the three lead
ing clubs near the top, or Walla Walla,
the pennant pacers; Boise, a close sec
ond, and Pendleton, third.
La Grande has developed the greatest
strength In the past week. Manager
King has added to his strength and la
regaining the ground lost earlier In
the race.
"Dad- Ulmlln Resigns.
Manager "Dad" Gimlin. the veteran.
Ogden manager, resigned from the Ir
rigators this week. As grounds for his
resignation he said the fans were not
behind him. Fans were of the opinion
that Gimlin could get more out of his
players.
"Dad" Clark, brought here by Gimlin
last season, succeeded as manager. He
is playing much better ball this year
than he did last season. He formerly
played in the Western League.
Pitman, the "fadeaway" artist with
the irrigator's pitching staff took
Krench leave of the club shortly before
Gimlin resigned, pitching the "ban on
himself so far as organized ball is con
cerned. He was disgruntled over the
way he had been worked in the Pendle
ton series here and was not satisfied
with the salary he was receiving. A
flattering offer from Skagway, Alaska,
to play independent ball was all that
was needed for Pitman to pack up and
leave.
M yaertoon Morse M'laslng.
The pitcher who has every pronilse
of being the league's sensation this
season is Fitchner, known as the
"Mysterious Morse" who last season
was taken out of Ontario. Or., by the
Snake River semi-professional league.
He was worked by the Portland Colts
this season and later released. Fans
In the Tri-State who have seen Fitchner
work believe he is another Walter
Johnson and all that he needs is the
necessary breaking in and control. He
holds the league strikeout record,
having whiffed 17 men In the Thursday
game of the Boise-La Grande series,
while heaving for the Spuds.
The clubs shift again this week.
Boise playing at Walla Walla, Baker at
Pendleton and La Grande at North
Yakima. Today La Grande closes at
Boise. Walla Walla at Pendleton and
Baker at North Yakima.
Salein Shuts Out Albany.
ALBANY, Or.. May 31. (Special.) i
Hits were scarce and errors plentiful
in a garr.o here today in which Salem
High School won from Albany High, 8
to 0. Keene let Albany down with two
hits and the Capital City lads got only
four off the local pitchers. Both teams
booted the ball, but Salem kept their
errors well scattered, while the locals
bunched theirs. Score;
H. H. E. R. H. K.
Salem 8 4 6; Albany 0 2 13
Batteries Keene and GUI; French,
Rexford and Hector.
Corvallls Team Twice Defeated.
CORVALLIS. Or.. May 31. (Special.)
The Knights of Columbus baseball
team defeated the Corvallls team in
two games. Yesterday the score was 6
to 3. Batteries: Seihert3 and McBride
and Reiben and Phillirs. Today it was
13 to 3. -Hughes and McBride and Lam
erline, McMillan and Phillips were tha
batteries.
Who Pays
the Rent?
Ground-floor clothing- stores
pay anywhere from $500 to
$1500 a month.
My. rent is $30.00 a month.
GET WISE
Don't put your dollars into
the landlord's pocket. Put
them into the suit you buy.
Men's Spring Suits
S14.75
$16.75. $18.75
Absolute Fit or No Sale
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Room 315 Oreg-onian Bldg
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