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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1915)
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SPORTING AND MARKET
PORTLAND, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 37, 1915.
Son Will Be True to Yoij
Business is improving" and will improve right along now if you will only be loyal to your own state and buy Oregon
goods. The local and state factories are beginning to increase their forces. More men are going to work every day.
Now it's up to you and me to give them a boost, buy Oregon goods and keep to it stay with it a long pull and a strong
pull, and all pull together. In union there is strength. All together now Soap, Pickles, Crackers, Furniture, Brooms,
Life Insurance, Fire Insurance anything we have started to manufacture here. Go to it insist on the Oregon-made
and we'll get things going again with a whoop. We sell Oregon Furniture good Furniture better Furniture for the
money than can be imported. WE WILL appreciate your state loyalty by giving you the best for the money.
Gadsbys' 3-Piece Solid
Oak Library Suite in
Spanish Leatherette at
This Solid Oak Library Suite, consisting of One Arm Rocker, one Settee and Arm Chair;
upholstered in genuine brown Spanish leatherette; spring seats; quarter- fcOlS CC
sawed oak; dull wax finish. Special for this sale w&OiUU
If you have furniture
that doesn't suit
want something- more
up-to-date and better
phone us and we'll
send a competent
man to see It and ar
range to take it as
part payment on that
kind you want the
Gadsby kind. We'll
make you a liberal
allowance for y o u r
goods and we'll sell
you new furniture at
low prices. The new
furniture will be
p r o m p tly delivered.
Have furniture you'll
be proud of.
This Davenport for $25.00
llan Automatic Action.
Has a receptacle for bedding-
and makes a com
fortable bed. Frame is of
oak. seat and back are up
holstered over oil-tempered
steel springs, cov
ered In Chase leather. Re
tails at - $30. Spe- OC
cial this week at 0J
$7.50 Solid OakLibrary Table Reduced OneHsIf
This Solid Oak Library
Table, top measures 25x
36, with legs 2 Inches
thick, finished golden,
wax or fumed oak. This
is extra special value
and very pleasing de
sign. Regular price $7.50
ciadsbys' half price ia
Rocker S3. 65
Large Broad-Arm Rocker, mission
design, solid oak, wax finish, with
comfortable saddle seat. Sold by
other, for $6. Oadsbys' tfJO CC
price only . J000
At this low price every one ought to
have one of our Large, Comfortable
Rockers. They are made of the best
leatherette, beautifully upholstered.
Now is your chance to C 1 O Cf
get one for OliUU
Gadsby Has 2so Rent to Pay
That's Why We Sell
Parlor Couch Special at $7.85
A Good Couch, with oil tempered springs, oak
Verona upholstering, worth $13.00, sspecial
Call and see this High-Grade
Princess Dresser we are offer
ing in quarter-sawed oak
and mahogany, pretty dull
finish. with. 1Sx36 beveled
French plate mir- C 1 O f
Reg. $25 val. '
Equal to any M0 Range in the
market. Oven 20x16 inches, as
bestos lined throughout. Tou
cannot b r e a k the lids. Special
Easy Terms No Extra Charge
Save 10 to 25 by Buying
Your Gas Stove or Water Heater
w -wi wo: yifi ' 1 Ji.Tl
I This Style $1
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Buy your Gas Range while the price
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Gas Plates as Low
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o Extra Charge for Connections.
More hot water at a less cent
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without fuss, trouble or
worry. Gadnby .ells water
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A Great Sale of
Good Rugs Never Sold So Cheap
1148.00 Hartford O ff
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tons, 9x12, at.
tons, 0x1-, at.
3..00 Body Brussels,
22.0O Brussels, 0x12,
S1S.OO Tapestry Brus
sels, 0x12, at
13.00 Tyvan I'ro
Brussels, 9x12, at..
$10.00 Ingrain Rugs,
SMALLER SIZCS ABiD LARGER PROPORTIO.NATELY PRICED.
1000 Yards of
To Be Closed Out Immediately,
Commencing: Monday Moralntc
- at S o'clock.
The low prices will amaze you.
Never before were high-grade car
pets offered at such astonishing
prices. It means a big saving to
you if you buy Monday. Kvery
carpet offered is of the very latest
design and of a quality that we ab
solutely guarantee for service and
satisfaction. It will be a great day
in our Carpet Pepartment and an
extra force will be on hand to take
care of all who come.
Corner Washington and First Streets
WINS GOLF TITLE
Paul Ford, of Seattle, Falls
Easy Prey to Oregon Man,
Seven Up, Six to Play.
DAY FINE; GALLERY LARGE
Willie Leitli, of Tacoma, Wins Open
Event AVitli 30 7 for 7t2 Holes.
Spokane to Get Tourney in
1916, Waverley in 1917.
BY H. CHANDLER EGAN.
Amateur National Champion.
TACOMA, Wash., June 26. (Special.)
Oregon wins the men's amateur
championship of the Pacific North
west Golf Association. Paul Ford, of
Seattle, did not play the golf of which
he is capable and allowed me to win.
by the score of
seven up and six to
play. In the score
it was an exact
repetition of our
match a year ago
at Seattle in the
The day was
except for a light
gusty wind and a
large and aDnrecia-
tive gallery f o 1- i. nanaier t-Kaa.
lowed the match. At times the play
was a bit disappointing for a final
match in a championship, but final
matches are inclined to be that way.
For some reason or other my wooden
clubs proved treacherous all day and
I only saved myself by consistent put
ting and good iron play.
Both Start Badly.
We both started badly and. halved
the first hole in. five. I was in the
woods on the second and in the grass
on the third and was two down at the
fourth tee. I won that hole with a
good four and squared the match at
the sixth with a par three while Ford
was wild with his tee shot. The seventh
was halved in four and Ford lost the
425-yard eighth by being short on his
second. He squared the match again
at the ninth when I struck his ball in
the endeavor to negotiate a long
At the 10th, 283 yards. I succeeded
in pulling off a long, high brassie shot
over the trees from the tee to the
green, a3 this hole is what is called
boomerang or elbowhole. A tnree
here made me one up. Ford lost the
short 11th by hooking to the trees, and
became three down when I got a three
again on the 12th. The fourth three
in succession gave me the 13th, and I
was then four up. The next was halved
in a poor five. Ford slicing his second
badly and 1 missing a rather short putt.
The next was halved in four, and the
16th vas a miserable half in six. There
was another bright spot for me when
I holed a good 15-foot putt on the 382
yard, 17th for the seventh three in the
morning round. This made me nve up.
and the score remained the same as the
last hole was halved.
The afternoon found us playing more
or less the same sort of game.
Ford was wild and uncertain, fortu
nately for me, as I gave him a number
of openings. I won the lond second
with a good four, but lost the third by
a badly pulled drive. The fourth was
halved, and Ford won the firth with a
fine three, while I had badly pushed my
tee shot to the long grass again. Ford
again spoiled his Iron shot on the short
sixth, and enabled me to be live up
again with a three. I won both the
seventh and eighth with par fours, and
became seven up. At the ninth, 580
yards, we were each .well on in the
three, my approach putt running over
and Ford laying me a half stymie. Ne
gotiating that putt was most satisfy
ing. I drove over the trees success
fully again at the 10th, but took three
putts to Ford's one and lost the hole.
The 11th was halved in a good three,
but at the 12th Ford found the woods
first on the right and then on the left.
My second lay about 10 feet short of
the cup, and he conceded me the match,
seven up and six to play.
Lelth, of Tacoma, Open Champion.
Willie Leith, of the Tacoma club,
won the open championship with a
consistent score of 307 for the 72 holes.
His rounds were 77, 78. 78, 74 307.
Alex Duthie, of Vancouver, who led by
one stroke after yesterday's play, was
second with 75, 79, 75, 82 total, 311.
T. Gallop, of Vancouver, was third with
313, and Bob Johnston, of Seattle, was
fourth with 314.
The handicap was won by S. R. Balk-
I - ' i
If r s FfM
will, - of Tacoma, with a score of 90,
handicap 19, net score 71.
The Tacoma club officials and the
officers of the Pacific Northwest Golf
Association are to be congratulated on
the successful manner in which they
handled this tournament. I could not
finish these little articles without men
tioning that very obvious fact.
In all probability the championships
of this association will be held at Spo
kane next year and at the Waverley
Club in Portland in 1917.
TINKER AX I) MYERS SUSPENDED
Chifed Slanager and Brookfed Play
er Figlit on Field.
BROOKLYN, N. Y June 26. Joseph
Tinker, manager of the Chicago Fed
eral League baseball team, and Ralph
(Hap) Myers, of the Brooklyn Federals,
were suspended indefinitely tonight by
President James A. Gilmore, of the
Federal League, for engaging in an al
tercation in the second game this aft
ernoon between Chicago and Brooklyn.
In the second half of the eighth in
ning, Tinker tapped Myers for a put
out at second. An argument followed,
after which Myers is said to have
shoved Tinker. The men then ex
Interesting; Notes From Port
land Golfing Pastures.
WAVERLEY caddies will hold their
annual tournament tomorrow over
the Waverley links, and quite a collec
tion has been raised by the members
for the purchase of trophies.
The new grass greens at the Portland
Club will be opened for play on July 4.
This will be the first time the golfers
will have had a chance to play on their
new nine-hole course.
m m m
A visitors' day has been established
at the Portland Club. July 11 will be
the first one of the present season. A
two-ball foursome tourney has been ar
ranged for this date. Each foursome
will be composed of two teams, one of
which will compose visitors.
The Tualatin Country Club is ar
ranging for a tourney to take place
within a short time. Allen Meier, in
the Oregon state championship meet
held on the Waverley Club links, made
quite a showing for the Tualatin Club,
although he did not place in
"money." He is a new golfer, and ho
will bear watching in future tourneys..
COIAVELXi HURLS 3 -HIT GAME
Vancouver Defeats Tacoma, but
Only After McGinnity Is Hurt.
TACOMA, Wash., June 26. Twirling
in big league form. Pitcher Colwcll, for
Vancouver, held the Tigers helpless
today, giving but three hits and one
pass. Five errors by the Tiger field
ers, all made after Joe McGinnity had
been injured and retired in the fourth,
were responsible for part of the large
score. McGinnity was spiked by Mc
Quarry running to first base, the metal
cutting an artery in his right foot. Ho
will be out of the game for at least
three weeks, ficore:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Vancouver. 6 8 OjTacoma.... 0 3S
Batteries Colwell and Cheek; Mc
Ginnity, Peet and Stevens.
Spokane 10, Seattle 2.
SPOKANE, Wash., June 26. Spokane
defeated Seattle today by a score of
10 to 2. Fisk pitched great ball for
the tribe, while his teammates slaugh
tered Rose and Mclvor for a total of
19 safe hits. Cadman had his fingers
split by a foul tip in the second and
was forced to retire from the game. A
three-base hit by Earth, following an
error and a walk, gave Seattle their
runs in the fourth. Score:
R. H. E. H. R. E.
Seattle.... 2 2 2Spokane 10 19 2
Batteries Rose, Mclvor and Cadman,
Borth; Fisk and Brenegan.
Victoria 5-1, Aberdeen 3-6.
VICTORIA, B. C. June 26. Victoria
defeated Aberdeen in the first game of
two played today, 5 to 3. Meikle was
hit hard in the fourth and fifth innings,
the locals bunching enough hits to
win the game.
Victoria also took the evening game
from Aberdeen by a score of 7 to 6 in
an 11-inning contest. Both pitchers
were hit freely. Harkness being easy
in the first frame for the locals. Scores:
R. H. E-! R- H. E.
Aberdeen.. 3 11 2Victoria 5 11 2
Batteries Meikle and Vance; Bonner
R. H. E.' R. H. E.
Aberdeen.. 6 14 2; Victoria. .. . 7 13-4
Batteries Harkness and Vance; Han
son and Haworth.
t FanI Ford. You up: Seattle Golfer,
7 Who Met Chandler Kpran In
I ZVorthrrest Golf Final Yester-
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
, National League.
W. L. Pct.l W.I.. Pet.
Chlcaso 32 22 .533: Boston 28 20.4'Jl
St Louts... 33 28 .541INew York.. 23 2S.4iit
philadel... 30 26 .5.16: Brooklyn . .. 23:s.44l
Pittsburg.. 29 26 .827Cincinrati. . 22 31.415
Chicago 41 21 .(WliWashington 28 27 .SOO
Detroit 3 28 .381 St. Louis. . . 23 35 .SH7
Boston 31 23 .r.741CIeveland. . 22 S .37:t
New York.. 31 28 .525 Philadel 22 38.367
St LouL?... 36 23 .BIOlNewark 32 31 .Rid
Kansas City 37 25 .r.!)7IBrooklyn . .. 2! 34 MHO
Chicago... 3" 29 .547Baltimore. . 24 38 .40O
Pittsburg.. 33 28 .S33 Buffalo 22 42 .344
Indianapolis 41 22 .63fMilwaukee . . 2t 32 .475
Iiuisville. . 33 28 .6."i6Mlnneapolis. . 27 33 .450
Kansas City 32 30 .61Cleveland. .. 26 33.441
St. Paul 29 30 .492Columbus S5 36 .410
DCS Moines. 34 1 9 .642!Omaha 27 27 .500
Topeka 82 25 .561Sioux City... 25 30.455
Denver 28 23 .549Wichita. . . . 2131.404
Lincoln 27 28 .509St. Joseph. . 20 33.377
Northwestern League Standings.
W.L. P.C.I w.l. r.c
Spokane 42 24 .6:;: Victoria r.2 33 .492
Tacoma.... ::." :I2 .322iAberdeen. . . 32 3S .457
Vancouver. 33 31 .Dili. Seattle 25 41 3.S
American Association Minneapolis 5, Mil
waukee 4; Loulsviile 3. Cleveland 1: Indi
annpolis Columbus 1; St. Paul 2, Kansas
Western League Topeka 9-0, Lincoln S-S;
Sioux City , Des Moines 4; Denver 10-1,
Wichita 1-2: St. Joseph 4, Omaha. 1.
Where the Teams Play Today.
Pacific Coast League Portland at San
Francisco, Oakland at Salt Lake, Venice at
Northwestern League Vancouver at Ta
coma, Seattle at Spokane, Victoria at Aber
deen. How the Series Stand.
Pacific Coast League Portland 5 games,
San Francisco 2 games; Sale Lake 3 games,
Oakland 2 games; Venice 4 games, Los An
geles 1 game.
Beaver Batting Averages.
Ab. H. Av.l Ab. H. A v.
Bates 196 64 .327Carlsch.... 319 30 .252
Speas 09 6S .8UDoane 21 0 52 .247
Fisher 182 M ,30S;Krause 48 11.239
Hillyard.. 153 46 .301;Bvans 31 6 .13
fctumuf... oil 92 .295Kah;er. . . . s 1 .V-i
Derrick... 309 fifi .276 Higs 1 7 .ltii'
Davis 288 75 .271Coveleskie. 35 8 .OSi!
Lober 247 06 .2o7Keefe 12 1 .0S3
Lush 43 11 .Swl;Cuu'gham. 3 0.008