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OXIAN, PORTLAND, MAY 16, 1915.
HO WILL COMPETE FOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS AT SAN
team Id its first contest this year.
Idaho has a strong team this year.
Much Is expected of Morrison. Phillips
and Massey. the best of the visitors.
For "Whitman Ho ver and Dement In
the hurdles, Thompson in the dashes
and McKay in the distance will net the
BETS OX GAMES BRING RAID
Gambling Receipts in Chicago Said
to Total $60,000 Weekly.
CHICAGO. May 15. The police moved
today to put to a stop a form of betting
FORM FOR CONTEST
Constance Meyer, Winged "M"
Entry at Fair, Hopes to
on baseball games, which, they said
had sprung up here, as well as in all
other important cities since the open
ing of the season. Two raids today
brought in a dozen men charged with
gambling, and further arrests were ex
The game is a form of lottery, ac-
DAILY PLUNGE IS TAKEN
GIRL SWIMMER IN
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land Quarter Back .Dives at
htlo track meet, to have been
entralia today, has been post-
account of rain. It is prob-
the meet will be held next
C. D. Poling, athletic in
f the Vancouver High School.
rack men, Sappington, Toung,
ackaff and Norgren, were to
p down to Centralla today to
S' NIGHT IS ARRANGED
rs to Present Drills at Ath
letic Club Saturday.
night at the Multnomah
Athletic Club has been set for
rday, at which time the ju
es of boys and girls, under
supervision of J. Lee Thomp-
cal director of the institution.
tion among the boys will be
est. according to those in
the Junior boys have a great
'airy among them. The drills
etween 8 and 10 o'clock in
tsium. after which there will
S. G. Seaton Taylor, chair
iie gymnasium committee, is
a programme, in connection
drills, and from all accounts
Niffht" will be a regular
IS 60 TO FORE
fBCOXiJ PLACE AHO.16
CAN LBACIE BATTERS.
eras. f Phillies, Leads All
als. and Lee Sfagee, of
rooklyn. Tops Fcdt.
O, May 15. Veterans of the
League are assuming places
leading- batters, according to
published here today. Jacques
of Chicago, still leads the
th .433, but Cobb. Detroit has
ocond place in the past week.
ng .400, and the first 10 also
ipp. Philadelphia. .400.
L.uderus. Philadelphia. has
Groh. Cincinnati, as leader in
nal League. His average Is
r Lee Magee, of Brooklyn, has
nis way to the leadership in
al League and is also set-
ace for the base-stealers. His
verage Is .412 and he has 12
YALE BEATS HARVARD
Dual Track Victory Protested,
Due to One Man.
SHOTPUTTER WINS FIRST
am From Moscow Captures
ual Meet, 80 to SI.
LA. Mont.. May 15. Superior-
longer runs gave the TJnf
Idaho track team victory
University of Montana bere
he score was 80 to 51.
of Idaho, broke the pole
ord for his state with a Jump
6 inches, 4 1-3 inches better
Id mark. Bentz, of Montana.
Montana record In the discus
t by him a week ago by 3
throwing it 131 ft. 7 in.
rnell Freshmen Win.
DELPHIA, May 15. Cornell
defeated Pennsylvania fresh
heir annual track meet here
Eligibility of Old Eli Athlete Is
Questioned and if Protest Is
Allowed Crimson Would
Be Victor, 5 3 to 51.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. May 15. Tale
defeated Harvard In the annual dual
track meet here today, 56 to 48. Har
vard, however, protested the meet on
the ground that W. F. Koos, who won
first place for Tale in the shotput. was
As Roos was the only Tale man to
get a place in this event, if the protest
is allowed it would give Harvard the
meet 53 to 61. Pending the outcome cf
the protest. F. B. Worthington. of Har
vard, was noted as fourth in-that event.
A conrerence is being held here to
night. If no agreement Is reached it is
understood that the matter will be re
ferred to an arbitrator.
Two dual records were broken todav.
Wilcox, of Harvard, did the quarter
mile in 48 seconds, lowering the pre
vious record -by two-tlfths of a second
and equaling the intercollegiate record.
Overton, of Yale, set up a new dual
record in the two-mile run. rointr the
distanace in 9:34 1-0. clipping two-fifths
or a second from the previous record.
wnicn ne nimseir neid. In the 100-
yard dash Treadway. of Tale, and
Teschner. of Harvard, ran a dead heat
In 10 seconds flat. '
100-yard dash, finals Dead halt ta,wn
ireaaway. lala. and Techner. Harvard;
third, Foley, Harvard. Tim. 10 seconds.
HSO-yard run Bingham. ' Harvard, firat:
Capper Harvard, second; Barker. Yale, third.
Aime. x minuia ana o seconds.
120-yard hurdles Rice. Harvard, flrat.
Snedden, Tala. second; Robinaon, Harvard,
third Time. 13 3-3 seconds.
440-yard run Wlllcox. Harvard. ttrmt:
Wllkte, Tale, second; Blddle, Harvard, third.
Time, 48 seconds; intercollegiate record
quaiea ana dual record set.
Mile run Poucher. Yale, first: Kent. Har
vard, second; Torrey. Harvard, third. Time,
4 minutes and 24 seconds.
High Jump Oler, Yale, first, hetsht.
feetl Inch; Johnston. Harvard, second;
Camp, Harvard, third.
Two-mile run Overton. Tale, first; South
worthy Harvard, second; Holdan. Yale, third.
Timt. 9 minutes and 34 1-5 itcondi.
Shot put Koos. Yale, first, distance 43
feet lti Inches; Brlckley. Harvard, second;
Hardwlck. Harvard, third. Protest pending
over eligibility of Roos and note mads that
Worthlng-ton. Harvard, was fourth.
220-yard dash Treadwell. Yale, first:
Teschner. Harvard, second: Tower. Harvard,
third. Time. 21 S-5 seconds.
. Pole vault Oreely. Harvard, first, height
12 feet; Camp. Richards and Haydock. Har
vard, and Carter, Johnstone and Preston,
Yale, tie for other places at 11 feet t
Hammer throw Lough bridge. Yale, flrat,
14t feet 2 Inches; Kturgls. Harvard, second;
Talbot. Yale, third.
220-yard hurdles Shedden, Yale, first:
Smith, Harvard, second; Wllletts, Yale,
third. Time, 114 3-5 seconds.
Broad Jump Oler. Yale, first. 23 feet 11
Inches: Matthews. Yale, second; Hampton.
fcicoro Yale. 60: Harvard, 48.
Neck 1... 12.6
Chest, full 35.2 ,
Knee 14 .
I'pper rra .... 12 .
Forearm P. 4
Wristv 5.9 .
Foot, length ... 9 '. .
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WHITMAX TRAIXIXG FOR IDAHO
Last Games of (Season Arc to Be
Waved May 20-31.
WHITMAN COLLEB. Walla Walla,
Wash., May 15. (Special.) Whitman
will play the lastgames on this year's
baseball schedule, when the Mission
aries meet the University of Idaho here
May 20 and 21. Besides the baseball
games the Idaho track team will fur
nish an attraction on Friday.
After the game Friday the Idaho
track team will meet the Whitman
cordlnsr to the police, and has spread
so rapidly that the weekly receipts in
this city alone are more than 800,000.
ni'SXIXG TRACK IS CHANGED
Multnomah Field Alterations Or
dered According to Kules.
The running track on Multnomah
Field Is being change! to conform with
the new Amateur Athletic Union rules.
The gutter will be moved In nearer
the renter, and the runner instead of
keeping 18 inches from it as In the past
will be obliged to stay 12 inches away.
The new ruling was made when it
was discovered that a runner could cut
several feet off of a mile run under
the old conditions. The track will be
in readiness by Monday.
Entries for the handicap tennis tour
nament to be played on the club courts
next week, will close Saturday. A
goodly number of the club tennis en
thusiasts already have signed up.
That the regular monthly smoker Is
assured of success In the future Us be
yond all doubt. The three that have
been given, especially the last two. have
met with great favor. Some clever pro
grammes were put on. At the last
smoker the corncob pipes distributed
made a big hit with those present.
Those who gave their services to
make the programme a success and won
echoes of applause for their efforts
were: Fred OJuliek. singer and enter
tainer; Miss Duncan, soloist: Terrili's
Trumpeters, Miss Lea Cohen, former
member of the Lambardi Grand Opera
Company; I. M. Roth, the memory wiz
ard; Miss Lorraine, soloist and enter
tainer, and Miss Jennie Clow, soloist.
HCXT CLUB MEET BLANKS OUT
Organization Plans to Make Event
Bejt One It Has Undertaken.
Entry blanks for the annual Spring
meet to be given by the Portland Hunt
Club Saturday. June 5, were sent out
yesterday. The club expects to make
the event one of the most Interesting
that it has yet attempted, socially and
Oregon Electric trains for Garden
Home leave Tenth and Morrison streets
at 1:05 and 2:15 P. M. Returning, they
leave Garden Home at 4:25, 4:65, 6:10
n h s.-is p. M.
The club is engaged in beautifying
the Grounds and also In grading a per
manent road to the clubhouse. The
financial success of the present Spring
meet will aid further In these improve
The events scheduled follow: Three'
ele-hthc-milA dash, catch weights; quar
ter-mlle dash. polo ponies, catch
weights: half-mile dash, class A, to
carry 165 pounds: one-mile trot, class
A. for ladleyj; quarter-miie aan. iumj
noniea 14.2 and under, riders 16
years and under; half-mile dash, class
B to carry lf pounas; two-mne
race, to carry 165 pounds; heavyweight,
must weigh 200 pounds', one-mile trot,
class B, for ladles.
Two Champion Boxers Lose.
t no aiciF.r.ES. Cal May 13. Two
k.'-inn.l amateur champion were uc-
r. t-H v v local boxers last night at an
exhibition tournament at the Los An
geles Athletic Club. i naries Annum.
champion of the Boston
Newsboys Union, was beaten In a three-
round bout bv Robert jiocKennnnvi,
the St. Joseph's Young Men'n Club, end
won vtnnefeld. of the Los Angeles
Athletic Club, was given a decision on
u fttnl in the second round over Frank
Gorman. 12 5-pound champion of the
Byers Club. Boston. Howard Root, ins
pound champion, of the Cleveland Ath
letic Club, won from Tommy Richards,
unattached. In a three-round bout.
Rutgers Takes Championship.
PHILADELPHIA. May 15. Rutgers
College won the third annual track
meet of the Middle States Intercollegi
ate Conference Association at Haver
ford today, scoring 25 points to 22 for
Lafayette College, the winner of the
championship in the last two years.
Monroe 5, Junction City 4.
MONROE. Or.. May 16. (Special.)
Monroe High Schools baseball team
defeated the Junction City High team
here yesterday, 5 to 4. in an 11-lnnins
Dalles Boy Scouts Beat Dufur, 7-3.
Dl'FL'R. Or, May 15. (Special.)
The Dalles Boy Scout baseball team
defeated the Dufur High School team
here today by a score of 7 to 3.
Johns Hopkins Men Win.
BALTIMORE. May 15. Johns Hop
kins defeated Washington, and Lee In
a dual track and field meet here to
day, 58 to 46.
Miss Helen Walters, Who Soon Weds
W. L. LaFolIette, Jr., Guest Here.
Miss Helen Walters, of Colfax, Wash.,
bride-elect of W. L. LaFolIette. Jr.. son
of Congressman LaFolIette. of Wash
ington, is a guest in Portland at the
home ofMr. and Mrs. G. P. Clerin. 19S
East Seventeenth street north. Miss
Walters arrived Friday en route home
from the University of California.
Miss Walters is the daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. T. W. Walters, of Colfax.
Mr. LaFolIette, Jr., arrived In Portland
last night and la at the Multnomah Ho
tel. Miss Walters will remain in Port
land for several days. The wedding.
the announcement of which created &m
fiirtra In Pallfnrnla iinlvar.U.i I..,.1V
last week, will take place within th
MuUnoiiiuh Club Nymph in Excellent
Condition Measurements He
mark ably Close to Those of
If Multnomah Club's woman swim
ming entry, Constance Meyer, does not
bring home the National champlonrhlu
from the San Francisco exposition meet
in June it will not be because of any
Uck of training or absence of form,
both natural and acquired.
Instructor Jack Cody's graceful pu
pil has been working axi-tduouhly all
Winter long, and. .ven now. she mkes
ner regular dips In the chilly water of
the Willamette. Lou Woodwsrd. man
Ke.r of Iho Wlndemuth Halhs, has
ricged up his sprlngbo.ird m that the
Portland girl can enjoy her usual
workouts, although the rlv-r pavilion
will not be open for another few
I'hvslcally, the Winged M entry has
attained that near perfection of 'form
which has been the ambition of every
woman s heart since the days of the
Garden of Eden. Her mea.surenients
sre remarkably proportionate to thote
of Annette Kellermann. famous for her
physical capabilities and excellence of
r Is Three Years Age.
"I have been swimming only three
years," said Miss Meyer the other day,
when Staff Photographer McMonaglc.
of The Oregonlan. caught her In her
daily prattlro sesxion at the Yacht
Club. "I have always been athletic
and my fondncs for outdoor activi
ties ban helped me a lot In swimming.
I first began at the Y. W. C. A. umler
Miss Mille Schloth, but Just after the
death of Arthur Cavlll. of the Multno
mah Club. I switched over to the club
and have been thro under Jack Cody's
tutelage ever since. .
"Mr. Cody has taught me practlca II v
all my dives. I don't think there I"
a hotter Instructor In the country. I
know I will have some great divers
and swimmers to compete agalnnt at
San Francisco, but I Intend to do mv
best to bring a championship back to
"How did you happen to lake up
awlmming so suddenly?" was asked.
"Necessity is the mother of Inven
tion, they say," replied the Multnomah
water nymph. "A little over three
years bro my sister and myself were
horseback riding and I proposed swim
ming our horses across the Columbia
River. It was a foolish proponal. be
cause at the time I couldn't swim a
"My horse struck bravely acroes the
stream, however, and all would have
been well had not the current been so
She Jnmpa Off of Horse.
"The horses couldn't hold up aguln.it
It and we began drifting downstream
about 200 yards from shore. I guess
we would have been drifting yet had
not I got off. grabbed my horse by the
tall and lightened his burden so that
he was able to continue his journey to
the other bank.
"Immediately I resolved to learn to
swim and I am still learning."
Constance Meyer lives st 764 Com
mercial street. She Is a great lover
of baseball, of hockey, is a Rood tennis
player, dotes on horses and dogs and
cats, and even the tiny goldfish hold
a corner In her affections. Khe think
more of convenience and comfort than
of the ordinary prudlshnesa of every
day life. Whenever possible she wears
full length close-fitting tights Instead
of the cumbersome bloomers and klris
usually worn by women swimmers.
All told. four swimmers will be
taken south by Instructor Cody for the
Ban Francisco championships. Norman
Koss will be one of the three men and
the other two choices lie between Louis
J. Balbach. Claire Tate and Frank
Klernan. There will be no Pacific
Northwestern events this year.
Gophers Defeat Cornhubkers.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 15. Minnesota
today defeated Nebrsska in a dual
tra-k mo-t. 91 H' to 3(H4.
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