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TRACK RECORDS GO
AT CENTRAL MEE
Dismond, Negro, Runs 440 in
Full Second Less Than
MUCKS SETS DISC MARK
.Ray Runs Mile la 4:16 2-5 and
Llchter Fixes New Record for
, 410-Yard Hurdle Negro Also
v 'Winner of Broad Jump.
CHICAGO, July 17. Athletes of the
Central States in the try-outs for the
Panama-Pacific meet smashed Na
tional and Central Amateur Athletic
Union records in a fast meet on Stagg
Meld here today.
BInga Dismond, the colored runner
or the university of Chicago, set a new
JNationai Amateur Athletic union record
of :48 3-6 In the 440-yard dash, the old
marK, neld Dv Burke of the Boston
Athletic Association since 1896, being a
second slower. Arlie Mucks, the uni
versity of Wisconsin giant, twice broke
the discus record, with a heave of 139
feet, 8 Inches in winning the event
ana 144 reet, 3 Inches in an exhibition
later. The old. discus mark was 137
feet, inch, credited to Muller, of the
.New York Irish-American Athletic
Club In 1914.
Joie Ray, of the Illinois Athletic
Club, set. a new mile record of 4:16 2-5.
breaking- the old mark of Kiviat of the
Irish-American Athletic Club In 1912
by two and one-flfth seconds.
Robert Simpson, of the University
of Missouri, won both the 120-yard and
zzu-yara Hurdles the first In 15 1-5
fifth slower than his own best, and the
second in 24 4-5. Joe Loomis, National
champion in the 100-yard dash, the
running high jump and the 220-yard
hurdles, failed to win an event today.
dui inougn ne was defeated by Smith.
the Michigan runner carrying the Chi
cago Amateur Athletic colors, he made
the best time of the day in a trial
heat of the century which he won in
9 4-5, being pressed to the finish by
jjewey Jinignt, of the University of
Lichter. of the Illinois Athletic Club,
won tne 440-yard hurdles In :56 2-5
lowering the record of W. A. Meanix. of
the Boston Amateur Athletic Club, who
look tne new event last year in 57 4-5.
, Sol Butler, another negro, set a broad
jump record of 24 feet, 2 inches.
After comparing the marks made to
day with those of other sections of the
country, the Central Amateur Athletic
Union committee selected the follow
ing men to represent this division In
the National championship games at the
Sprints H. L, Smith, J. G. Loomis, A.
Booth, all of the Chicago Athletic As
sociation. Middle distance B. Dismond and L.
Campbell, University of Chicago, and E.
Eby, Chicago Athletic Association.
Distance runs Joie Ray, Illinois Ath
Hurdles Robert Simpson. University
of Missouri; J. G. Loomis and H. Goe
lltz, Chicago Athletic Association, and
E. Lighter. Illinois Athletic Club.
High Jump Loomis and Alma Rich
ards. Braa jump Sol Butler, Rock Island,
111., and Dan Ahearn and Richards Illi
nois Athletic Club.
Hop. step and Jump Ahearn, Illinois
Athletic Club, and S. Landers, Chicago
Pole vault P. Graham and Landers,
Chicago Athletic Association, and E
Knourrek, Illinois Athletic Club
Weights Lee Talbott, Kansas City
c-: Arlie Mucks, University of Wis
consin; C. W. Bachmari, Notre Dame
University, and A. W. Richards, unat
tached. No man will be entered for the Cen
tral Amateur Athletic Union In the
.three-mile walk, as the time made to
day did not impress the contest com
mittee The javelin throw candidates
did not compete today, but they will
MoVndaay.ChanC the team "
J CVA- second; Palmer C A A
third. Time. 4:16 2-5 - "
thlrdTeio8 Ward- C-
440-yard run niamnnj tt
incnesT Distance. 133 feet Sii
Pole vault Graham C A
professional, who is a woman, also an
nounces that she will give lessons by
appointment in much the same phraae-
o a music teacher.
T.h?, 1Tos A"Eeles Country Club has
installed a pony course, nine holes, on
",L" a- total length of 28
?e . ,J'nKland and Scotland this
form of golf is called croquet golf and
Is played with mashie and putter only
With the major Eastern fixtures dis
posed of. the trend of golfing cham
pionships turns to the Middle Western
section of the country. Beginning to
morrow, play will start In the Western
amateur tournament at Mayfield. near
Cleveland. The Western open cham
pionships start today at Glen Oak, Chi
cago, and will continue two days. Fol
lowing this will come the National
amateur tournament on the links of
wie Detroit Country Club.
The old saying that "ChamDionshin.
are won with the iron, not with the
vvuuua, was never more firmly upheld
than at Fox Hills, when Gil Nicholls.
consistently outdriven by Bob McDon
ald, win the Metropolitan nnen ch.m
pionshlp through his superior ap
proaches and putts.
TITE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX. PORTLAND, JULY IS. 1015.
TENNIS STAR WINS
McLoughlin Takes Gruelling
Match From Johnston.
CHAMPION PLAYS UPHILL
There recently appeared in an East
ern paper the announcement of th
opening of a new golf club and among
vw,G iiiiua said was:
"Everything is UD-tn-rtate- e
the links have been imported from
"I'll get across this stream if T
to stay here all week." exclaimed a. re
cruit to the ranks as he doused one
ball after another into the stream that
traverses the course at th Pnrii.Bj
"Please sir," spoke up the caddie.
uu mrea me Dv the. hmir r,m v...
wen. i guess Smith nH T ,,,.,
an recoras this afternoon," said Jones,
ne ramDiea un in in -i .
hole in one and he got it in nothing
aiso: cnirped several members.
loure nutty." said one. voicintr the
I m not nutty. I know the par of
the first hole is 3 but Smith not it u
ana got it In 1 todav. Let m. tll
yuu aooui It: I got off a beautiful
smash; ball hit rock 'bout halfwnv
along; jfot new impetus; bounded 'long
in it nit tne green; and kerplunk
row, that's how Smith got the hole
in 0. You see, I drove his ball in mis
take. You have to credit him with it.
luuuko. ms Dan was in the hole:
wasn't it? And, he. hadn't taken even
one shot at. it: had he? If hi hail
was in tne cup and he hadn't taker.
shot, he got it in 0; didn't he?"
jttue we aamn it, replied one
oi tne gallery at this post mortem.
now ao you claim a 1 for the
Shush, shush: vuh beat too to it
After we discovered that T VmH h
Smith's ball, I drove my own. It land
ed neat the green; a Scottish terrier
ueionging to one of the residents liv
lng near the links was hannenino- hv-
saw the ball, began nosing it and. first
.mug you Know, he pushed that ball
smacK into tne cup.
tiot my one, didn't I?"
IEYL0N GAINING FIE
PORTLAXD BOY V1MXG JOfKPV
O.V EASTERN Tl'RF.
norms Greatest Racket Wlelder
Loses at Start, but Rallies When
Apparently Beaten Johnston
and Strachan Are Victors.
d Ranked an Third Hlekeat Purse
Taker of AH Now Riding on
Tracks In United States.
Jockey Anth OnV NevlQn. ttiA Pnrtlaml
boy who has been establishing a great
name for himself on the Eastern turf.
s ranked by many turf experts the
greatest lightweight Jockev In America.
at 100 pounds. In his recent races.
owever. he has been, golnir in at five
pounds heavier and he Is erettinir irront
Young Neylon each vear visits hla
home In Portland. His father. John C.
eylon, is a horeshoer of thu citv. An
thony received his first tip as a rider
the Rose City track about three
ears ago. While in Portland he at
tended the St. Andrew's and Christian
rothers' Business College.
The best-known horse on which ha
as ridden is Luke UcLuke. This
Spring Anthony rode Royal II to a win
n the John.S. Barbee purse, a race of
one mile and 70 yards over the Ken-
ucky Association course. " Later the
orse won the famous Latonia Derby,
ui owing to an injury to. his shoulder
eylon was unable to ride.
Among the jockies of the United
tates the Portland boy is ranked third
mong the leading money-getters. How
ever, he has ridden in less than half
the races that the two above him have.
is wins for the most part have been
for rather large purses.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 17. Maurice
McLoughlin, champion player of the
world, today won the exposition cham
pionship in men's singles- on the courts
of the California Lawn Tennis Club by
defeating William Johnston in one of
the hardest fought matches ever played
by the champion. Five seta were re
quired to decide the issue, the final
score being 7-9. 4-6. 8-6, 6-2, 7-5.
With the score two sets against him
and five games all In the third set,
McLoughlin. by a wonderful display
of staying power and driving force,
took the next three sets bv llterallv
battering down his opponent. For the
first three sets Johnston played the
best game of his career, and he looked
almost like a certain winner. Ills
speed ,was dazzling, and he covered
the ground from net to back court
like a flash. Then It was that Mc
Loughlln's superior physique and re
serve power began to assert Itself, and
the plucky Johnston was unable to
stem the tide which began to set
In the final set. Johnston by clever
placing and fast work on the court
held a leal of four games to nil, and
again it looked shaky for the cham
pion, but the crushing tactics of Mc
Loughlin again prevailed over the fast
tiring Johnston. In the final two sets
Johnston was handicapped by a
blistered hand which caused him con
Johnston did not appear In the warming-up
for the exposition doubles cham
pionship finals. "Johnnie" Strachan. his
teammate, warmed up Church and
Mathey, who kept him busy until John
ston plodded out of the clubhouse. A
tape covered his skinned hand, blis
tered in his fight against McLoughlin,
and he appeared to be tired out. The
local men. wary and apparently ner
vous, lost the first two games, but In
the third they beat down the Eastern
players in hot volleys. This aeemeri t
straighten them out, and they ran away
. . IIIC BCL. V-A.
Johnston Dead on Feet.
The next set showed principally that
Johnston was dead on his feet from
weariness. On his own - service he
double-faulted steadily and Church
sent drive after drive past him. on
fctracnans backhand. Johnston could
not get started, and Strachans stub
born and brilliant defensive did not
ana inurcn rrom revers
ing the score of the first set.
A change of tactics, clearly neqea
sary, -marked the third set. . n,i h.
also the local men picked' up a power
ful ally in the cool air of the late aft
ernoon. The games went from side to
side until they were 5-all. with lots of
lobbing, which saved wearing out
Johnston by volleying, and he was get
ting better every minute. Strachan
relieved of the weight of carrying his
partner, performed prodigies In back
hand, and the locals took th ... t-ic
despite the brilliant Eastern playing
In the final set. plaved In ih.
lng chill, with Johnston wholly r.ivi
and Strachan happy. Church and Mathey
got one game.
Men's singles Mauris r,. t Ln.
San Francisco, beat William Johnston.
San Francisco. 7-9. 4-6. 8-6. 8-2 7-k
Men's doubles William int...... c
Francisco, and John Strachan. San
Francisco, beat G. M. Church and Dean
Mathey. both of Princeton Unlv.rmit
2, 2-6. 7-5. 6-1. "
Women's slnirlea Ml.. ai. w
an r ranclaco. beat Miu vr-
6-4. 6-2. .j ...we.
P'ay Kendall at Kendall atatlnn ,ki.
Coach Moore, of the Columbia Park bit
call team, haa liaud nnl-r. .h.. -u hi.
playtr report for practice at 9 o'clock this
mornlm. His team la leadinr the Iraiue
-ith two wins and no defeat, and as toe
rc.n.uia raric team win be the opposition.
" " -" win dc taKen.
rtnur H.r win work asaln.t Dick
Morris and hie P-nlnula Park asre(ation
at Columbia Park thle afternoon. Two
x.rn.. nava oeen achiMluled for the park,
and ae a re.ult the Columbia Park-Tenln-
u ' " Fame win be started tiramml- - ..:u
o'clock In order to ba completed by 3:13
Johnny Murphy or "Moose" Masona may
et be a member of the Pacific Northwest
Association track and field team. One ot
ine m-muera selected it present Is rather
uoudiiui as to wneiner or not he will be
able to 1-ars with the party a week from
tomorrow. As a result Manager Hawkins
will have the two boyi out this mornln
and will a;ive them a regular test Tuesday
on Multnomah Field. All the athletes sno
Intend to io Fouth with the Pacific North
west Association team must be on hand
this moraine at 10 o'clock on the Winced
Headqusrters Portland Chess and Checker
t"lu,b- 101 Washington building annex. Fourth
and Washington streets. A welcome for all.
Communication and contributions solicited
Pend to 143 F.sst Thirty-fifth street. Port
land. Information and Instruction free,
E. II. BRYANT. FD1TOR.
Phone Tabor 6113.
Brltlara Problem. No. S3.
Tv C. I. Burr. Chehalls. Wash.
Blsck 22. in. 14. king SI.
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RED SOX CHECKED
White Sox Take Second Game,
on Which Lead Depends.
uZTL. TV- B"rn- ?'o!en bases Young.
..""'' 'h','elphla I. Bases on b. is.
Bit Lsuss 2 J. Bu.n a. Ptrnck .ml, b" Laui
- 4Vaa.e , IHUirri. 1 1 fl s a. n a.n.1 V - 1 I . ..
TIGERS BEAT ATHLETICS
Washington Outplays Cleveland and
Wins Iloth Games of lkable
Header St. Lonls Defeau
Vanks In Ninth Inning.
CHICAGO. July 17. With ri..t t.
hinslny on the outcome of the second
Same of a double-header tnrlav Ji...
sell. of the White Sox. allowed the
Boston Americans six scattered hits
and shut them out. 4 to 0. Only three
of the visitors :ot as far as second
base. Boston won the first contest.
6 to 4.
Both clubs braced in the second, but
Russell w as master of the situation
Kddle Murphy, who was purchased
-v.. ...v Aiuiruti rniirniv we I
lam neia ior tne locals. Scores
YOCXG AKE I-IXTKKKD
Ore-jon State Tennis Tourney ,o
JUve Ule i.st.
tmw, i.. .
"in t-e entered
r? '.oun tennis play-r. , ,.,.
he v.rf.'u. ,b;f t0ur-: 'en'r'LI
hrOUKnout ,he recent AH th-
i -. , ? lnnln-c the women's sin-jt.i--
-- hlle Miss Harnett.
LOVE TOPS BOXMEH '
OF COAST LEAGOE
Ryan and Henley Gain in
Rating Which Figures Bat
Average of Opponents.
i iiau n wah w.
from Ml.. 7:i.r. consolation
Both winners had little trouble m.Jl
- uuurulll, won
tne women a
scholaaMV. 1 P f ,he Ilnd inter
Mis. jih;. thrM' Ko. and
M " Uib,l " runnr-up this 'time
All the T)llVr k . s
r-i..w" . ci.uu tluo,
Gainer. I.. 3
Harry. a... 5
Foster. p.. X
White mi, 3-j. king ly
Klther to play and black to win.
"' thw ttlng Is not entirely
27;f. .' but tn conditions are. It te not
airticult, but ever so practical, owing to
VI manr ' from which It can arise.
Tne bridge Is generally good for the loss of
a, piece hut the act of capturing, as In this
rase, ofttlmes throws the attacking forces
into an Inferior position, from which there
Is no recovery.
Problem No. st Easy Stroke.
5r LmJU Uuicin. Centralis, Wash.
B lack . 1. 6. T. S. 1, king 6: white IS. 14
i ' ,, 3- White to play and win.
.'utJonn to PrDn No. SI Blsrlc 7. o, is
white o, 21. Ju; white to play and win:
? ,7 .1 ..I i5- ! 1,1 2 3i !S
i i i? 7" f? I IS -'3 24 ?7
,r, ii-a i !i r1-?-' -:i
, ' -a v is 3tu 24 f a ) l' j si
a f 7, PlMln endings a. Blancbard.
o.. V n"nni NO. .IS M.sek 13. SO,
and win' " 2S' ilU; WhU to P'4'
M 24 st
20 2 4 2S 2
Telegraphic Sport Briefs
third. Height. 12 feet
Height, 6 feet 2
r RUw"inSThlR'h, 3umP Richard, t a
t-.. won; Loomis. C. A o
t .. n .
; . a. tnird
rh,2 fhes' ,,:Ncw record,
three-mile walk Derkens C A r
.u. j' second; F. loomla C a a
third. Time, 24 4-5. -w'""8 . A. A,
440-yard high hurdle Lighter I A
c'Za1 hfri12- cVndTsmarl.
ord ' d" Time' 66 2"5' New rec-
Otherdilau'a'S- WO"- Time' 15 1'S'
5?eet. en"0n- - A' A' thlr"- itatc.
Throwing 56-pound weight Talbott K C
ith " won: Bru"aKe C. A. A. second; caii
11 "chesfttaC d tbird' D"UM feet
nop, step ana Jump Ahearn. I.
C- A.A ' econd; ron.
A., third. Distance, 49 feet.
A. J. , won
ley. c. A.
Sixteen, pound shot Talbott" K. C A C
ondn.; wi,k 'n''ty of Wisconsin, 'sec':
s?dfee?,'C3h.r!rch'A' " th,rd' Stance.
erfnVVmAiIer-rUn M'e"1' A- won; Catn
th?rd 4!?'V.TreCC;nd! Ke"nedy. unattached,
tuird. Time 27 minutes, 31 3-S seconds
220-yard dash Booth C A A on
Smith. C A. A., seconj: Zo'ellen. c" A A '
third. Time 22 2-S. "
Told on the Links I
CALIFORNIA will be represented by
a team of topnotchers In the West
ern Golf Association's amateur cham
pionship, which takes place this week
The California State Golf Associa
tion, of which E. S. Armstrong is presi
dent, has chosen Robert Hayne, North
ern California champion. Jack Neville
Harry B. K. Davis and Mr. Armstrong
to make the trip. Mr. Armstrong is
now on his way to Cleveland.
Talk about baseball becoming; a busi
ness instead of a sport, how about
e?olf? An Eastern paper Is now carry
ing an ad in Its columns setting forth
the Joys of playing golf over one of
Its links and quoting rates and other
euch Information similar to a theat
rical or baseball advertisement. -The
Ilocrr Keeps Singles Title..
ST. LOUIS. July 17. Rolland Hoerr.
of this city, retained for another
year the singles tennis champion
ship of the Central states by
defeating Drummond Jones here
today. The score was 6-3, 6-2,
4-6, 6-1. With the close of this match
the Central states 1915 tennis tourna
ment also ends. Hoerr. with Jones,
retained the doubles championship also.
Heat Drives to Suicide.
CHICAGO, 111.. July 17. (Special.)
Eight violent deaths reported to the
police today indicated one of the most
serious suicide waves In the history of
Chicago. Seven deaths were from
suicide, the other was either a suicide
or mysterious murder.
Of the seven victims, all believed to
ue uue to me suaaen neat, nve were
men and two were women.
a"AM FBI vrtaprt t ... .
. J . , - -v;a ixesa landed on
O Z.lltto hit In the fourth
Boston Norman 8. Taber of the Tin......
Athletic Association, who Friday Set a ne
world's record of four minutes 1 1 a!ft seconds
for the mile run. has arranged to leave at
oncJ fr Han 'ranclco to become fun.
...-.i montn. Krletids of t.k
XT 1 1 ;s
" 27 IS '-. SI
' , rnnewms c. I- Burr.
ux , i wru' ettlng In problem
it, i. Ji ?i bMn: Mack 3 kings 21. 22;
12-8. 19-14. 's-a. 22-iT.. "i.atk VlSr
Problem No. S5.
Loninoutfo oy c. Davis, r.28 it Washing.
city, rilack 11. 22. kings 7 .
IS. 23. 2'S. 2T. 30. king 2
n. I t.lllnp LI..II.. - .. 1
catee this mixture to Leslie DuA-.n .H
.i GreenbauVn. of Balem. Or, sends solu
tion to problem No. si : a. a i i -
14. It!: whlta u
white to play and win.
liZi-l' Zz: 80-27 i is. ii -Til
lr21v' , 13 1. White wins!
Not a heavy one Friend. (Greenhaum. your
prospective auto trip lth family to f.a
Francisco this week undoubtedly spoiled this
Solution: continue v . i i . " . . . . .. . .
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said the champion would try to shatter tlTI
half-ir.lle record of one minute 1 r"S. 2TJT 1'
tei?-iS'-.K- of "he CniTeSS-"!;
Ban Francisco The opening of th. tn
running horse meeting M K t'
y and Sunday until tx.
been set for August 11 !' regatta has
Srilaynd VTfVXt. Ti'J
mb on cx..pteniber 5.
ao 1 1
it Jj-u 14-10 draws neatly. ! Hill. d
NEW BEAVER INFIELDER TO t
JOIN TEAM TUESDAY IX
f ' " I 1 1 1 1 1 1111 mm mi is iiiuna. T
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t f , .'4y" i v (
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r. . ' - 3,
t. y- - t:
4 etnn nvif Owl II
Walter McCredie feels that his , 4
" u put oacK in the
running again beginning witlt
the series against the Bees
waiter Hammond, the' new iu
fielder procured from Cleveland
will then be on the Job. Lut
season he was with Springfield
in the eastern Association m-
Credle will use him at short.
TOMMY MASCOTT. weH-known baseball
player among the am-f.,..
a aaasu .BUfl
pendent teams of Portland, has Joined the
force, of the Portland N...bo"a Th tT
mer South Port.and.r and liber. BZ
tnY nDf'e,"," " b n action wu
sen.atlonal bill a E.tScaJ. last"""!, f
Cooper, tor the locals, struck ouf 15 t.V.
while U flrnnson. of the losers. ih,r 'J'?'
of the I-ortlanders. PcorV ""J,11 V
.2 3 2
.voose (Cooper and McDonald)
v oronson. .. Kronson)
Managtr Ankells. of the a
U I I
aggresatlon. has scheduled a game with Th.
I cre.ter. of America , be p'ayS h , .?,
ernoon as a main athletic event at hi s,
posters' plcnlo at Crystal Lake tirj v.
Swerdlick win do the twirling fJr .h1. 1?.
representatives, and beraus. .hi. ,.
whether or tint be - in . - , . . B
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"a "ru" f'syed at the club
room. n buuth Front .treeu Juiv 10. similar
to the play below vxcept the oudiug. susta
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i. oreenbauta would be pleased to get Int
eommunlcatlou with the lialias ol.v.r.
arrange a mat! k i between Salem and Dallas.
Me writes tuey kave Just as od players in
auywuere in tne slate.
Il.c.ntty Mr. (irtenhium .i.i.-.i
Portland Che.s and Checker Club and came
away victorious. Ha acoree tne editor for
his percentage on blackboard. My defense
is simply and modestly that I remain no
defeated by playera whose names appear ou
'he board, but my time for (he game 1 loe
Came Ne, BS.
Played in the two-move restriction series
between C. P. Connelly. Wlndom. Teaaa, and
S. B. liarklns, Uroeton. Texas.
B H O AE
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Totals. 3S 13 2T IS 2i Totals
Batted for Bens In ninth
Boston O OO10OO2S
nJt.S .J.nTrln- Speaker. Hoblltael. l.ewla.
Barry. Gardner, Ji. Collins 3. Fournier
m'.'.'s. Two-l,.-. hit. LewiaThre-bai
", htt- Bcllln- Hoblltxel. Home run.
t. . ' 1 urpny. s.arned runs,
C h rago S Boston 0. First base on errors!
.... cuaiun , liases on balls, t
Foster 4. tcott 4. Hits, off Scott 13 In 8 1
is., uens none In 2-S Inning. strur
Boston I Chicago
AEI B H O AE
"orpny.r. 4 o
1 O.Venver.a. 4 1
0 0 5.Coll:ne.2 1 3
o ' r'oumler. 1. 3 t
0 0 l-lboid.m. s 2
i v Fcisch.l... 4 2
B H O
Hooper.r.. 4 12
Janvrln.s. 4 S S
Speaker.m 3 0 3
Lewis. I ... 408
Gardner,!. 4 1 1
Berry. 2... 4 12
Carrlgan.c 4 0 8
Leonard. p 200
Wagner.' 1 O O
Mays. p.. . 000
I Ochalk.e. . a
8 0 Oarkb'ne.3 1
1 Breton. S. . 3
0 0,.-tuseell.p. . 3
Total... 33 6 24 T oj Total... 30
"""u tor Leonard in seventh.
ttos.on o 0 o O o O 0 o 0 0
Huns. IVeaver. K
10 n 10
Colllna 2. Fournier.
Home run. K Collins. Stolen ba'ses. Ho..per'
irlM J- Earned runs. Chi. ago 4. Sum
on ball off Leonard 3. off Kussell 1 off
' .onard s In 7 Innlnsa
off May. 2 In 1 Inning, struck out. by Rus-
r.',hp, Lrr.n"i,J,'.i'Mj-- tmptre
Washington 3-10, Cleveland 2-4
CLEVELAND. O.. July 17. Washing
ton defeated the Cleveland American,
In both games today, 3 to 2 and 10 to 4
through superior pitching and fielding,
lloehling struck out ten of ih. rt.-.
landers In the first contest, while Shaw
was effective In the seceond after re-
.v.iiiB fljrcn in tne second innln
K irke.l . ..
Jones. p. . .
Eiftn. . ..
.. B 11 O AK
" v A.oeiier.r. . 4
0 o Ko.t.r.2. . . &
S w Mlian.m. . . 3
1 o s:ianks.l. .. a
0 0 Connolly.3. 4
2 1 Henry. c ... 2
1 McBrl.le... 4
1 1 llochllng.p 3
v , u w
U O V,
0 27 II
Totals. 32 7 27 11 2 Totals. 3a
Batted (or Walker In seven.
C leveland o 0 o O o 1 O I
..illusion u X O O 0 0 O 1 U S
M-i. .' V"pm7n' "raney. Milan. Henry,
Alctillde. Linked runs ....:.-. v.
iwo-oase una. McBrlde " Stoien
Moeuer s. Henry. Milan 2 Double
ti In v. Grin.. In n v.n 111.. ,T
, . - it miner
- umiigs. jonei 1 in- 3 innings. Struca
1 , . .iKer jiinn 1
empires. Chill and Kvans.
Kirks. 1 . .
fmlt h.r. ..
Ksa n.c . . ..
les. u . ..
27 I 1
1 a H-iej ia orten played here,
tbl Now merged lino the. Keli
(c) Position ot whit.
e. Or., will be the seen. .v-
Meat romtiRnv.wiiinnviii. '
afternoon Windy V1nterbotnem will be on
Follette on the receiving end il.
Baker brother, will be In the jTolt. for h.
opposition. ' ,or
Although the John 8. Beall baseball team
gave the G.rden Home boy. on, if "he
hardest games of Us career a llttla whii.
back.. Manager Ankell. . un.'l. to r.c.l'jj
a return match from Captain Cronqul.t
Garden Home won. 5 to o. m the last two
innings of the match, and now the Portland
players feel that they are enlitled to a
little more consideration. " Garden Home
had been winning- Its game, by big scores
until they met the youngster, from Portland.
Washington park defeated Columbia Para
, i ?' ,n 1 . T"1" game of the Port
land Playground baseball league lest Thurs.
way si icnioun on- tne Washington
With the addition of pat Riddle. Tommy
Mascott and Mike DeClcco. the Portland
Newsboy, are taking on the appearance ot
a flr.t-dlvlsirm club. These three player,
can hold their own with any of the ama
teur player. In Portland, and along wim
Ahe Poplck and "Kid" Marino, the News
boy. again are striking their stride They
(d) I mtirht have liken an. it h.r riavi
here, but as there were eu many cross-roads.
1 decided to take na chances.
e) Appears the only safe move Qlooe
Cams Na. SI ''Bristol."
11 IS IS U 7 14 211 2J 13 IS
22 1. 3 14 Sit 23 3 7 1.1
10 lie XX IT 0 11 22 17 tt 22
-8 IS 7 10 24--2I 11 13 Su 17
12 1 2724 4-r- 8 3J 27 White
24 13 S 7 2217 a 12 wins.
10 IS 24 1.1 O 10 80 20
25 22 1019 17 13 .12 10
I) 14 17 IO 1 U 1,27 2J
(a) 7-11 move to draw here.
(b) Solution to a prublem. In a game
between Messrs. Dempster and Vates the lat
ter played 27-24 at this point and only drew.
I submit 27-23 wins. Below are two same,
eadlng In the same pretty fashion:
Game No. 82 "Dyke."
11 1.1- H 11 4 . 12
23 17 22 IS 23 23 2310
15 IS It 14 11 13 U lu
2.1 1 is s 82 17 2
12 1 1) 5 14 0 ll 2 7
24 15 1710 1713 2217
lu id 7 14 1 is j .
23 22 2S 23 27 23 80 0
flame No. 88 ''Mingle Corner."
In this the win la affected by the tlr.l
IT 71 8. 18 1 S 20
2H 17 K 13 32
8 U ei 24 711
U14 11 10 24 ID
4 N 31 S7 II H
8410 I S 8IW 2.1
JO Z I .'.I .1 T
1 H O
ft S 1
H O At,
o 4 o 0 Mneller.r. .
o 3 8 1 Foster.i...
0 0 Mlian.m. ..
1 0 Shanks.1. .
0 O Arosta.l. ..
5 O Cnnnoily.3.
3 I NefT.3. . . ..
3 I Avers, p. . .
0 0 Khiw.p. . ..
0 O Wtlllam.t
1Z , . T1l Total... 34137110
. . . . .wumoe in second.
Hatted for Jonee In eeventh.
t Bett-.i far Aysrs In second.
Clevelsnd 4 a o o o o o n
Washington 2 4 O 0 1 2 1 It u lu
. :.7, - uraney. K Irks, tjmltn.
.. V. . . r "nanks. .tiandll. Aln-
iv..Ki . . . r-,r"o rune, ( leveland 4.
in d r Vn J?w-' bits. Foster. Oan
V, "'.j Moeller. Three-base hlt Smith. Mc-
vi.il. D1,'"- Jones to K.gan 10
""-. u.ncii to ronn to oandll: chap
..!- 1 "mosganss teKlrke. Bases on
ST.- . T. 0 "" . "HI 2. Ayera 2.
Shaw 1. H Us. off Hsrstad 4 In I 1-8 Innlngt:
Coumbe 2 In 2-3 Inning; Jones S In 3 In!
D iSI 1 '? IfK'ngs: Ayera 1 In 1 In-
nine; thaw In S Innings. struck out. by
Hsrstsd 1. Jonee I. Ayers 1. Ehaw ft. First
base on errors. Washington 3. Umpires.
U Louis 4, New York S
CT T ftl'Tn . .
WU13. juiy ii. with the score
tied and the bases full In the ninth
Inning? of New York's openlna came
wnn tne St. Louis Americans here to-y-
Lavan alnaled, Howard scored and
01. urnit won. 4 to 3. Scorer:
New York 1 BL Louie
li 11 U AK
sol o ueriotton.r.. 4
3 o Austin. J. .. 3
1 V Howard. I..
O 1 I'ratt.2. ... 4
0 0 Waish.m. . 3
1 0 Leary.l. .. 8
3 usisler.l.e.. u
0 1 Agnew.e. .. 2
3 u Jun.i. p.. . 1
Cook.r. . ..
Cree.n). . .
H O AK
1 1 e v
See play above.
Black wins, il 17
One ef the. lltt,. towns In Ontario ha. or.
ktanlsed a company for the production of
.aixii.u iruns. 11K- tne sweets and
serve, produced In Franca and Italy.
roi.is. e.j.iii.- Tots's . ;8 s 27 13 0
- - - uui wiien winning run scorea.
Kin lor I.eary In ssventh.
Hatted for Wa:ah In ninth
New York olulnoio 0 s
St. Louia 1 0 S 1) U 0 o a 1 a
Runs. Pecklnpacgh. Mullin. Cree. Austin
t;- '"'ard. Agnew. Two-base hit., t ree
"'" .-unmeser. stolen Mire. I'eckin
paugh. Sholi.in. Howard. Walker. Karned
runs. New York 2. t.nui. a tm.ii.i.
plays. Howard ta Pratt; Lives e Prstt to
I.eary;. blsle- to ITstl e-e.klnpaush ta
Boone to Mullen It.... . . , rr Tl-. . -
hop 6. James 4. Wellman 2. Hits, off James
3 In 3 1-s innlnss; Wellman S In 0 3-3 In
nings. Struck out. by Warhop 3. Jones .
weilman 4- empires, ivai'.ace and Connolly.
Detroit S, Philadelphia 1.
DETROIT. July 17. Veach'a trlole
and Owsn Hush's sacrifice fly cava Ua-
troit a nmth-innlnv victory over the
Philadelphia Americans today. 2 to 1.
I'auss ana J. Mush engaged in a pitch
ers' battle, allowing' six hits, v
Philadelphia t Detroit
B n u AK MHO
1.SJ..I..2 . .
I.app.c. . ..
Kopf... . . .
J. Hush. p..
00 Young 2...
0 O Cohb.m. . ..
o u Orswlord.r
3 o V each. I...
0 u Burns,!....
1 O.Busn.s. .
3 1 Dauaep. . .
Te-tal.. S3 S'is iv Total... S' eiliui
Two out when winning run scored
Philadelphia o 0 n u 1 u 0 0 o 1
Detroit o 0 0 I) t 0 0 0 13
Runs. Lapp. Veach. Burns Two-base hits
Strunk. Walsh. Three-base hit. Veach!
-tuu ana Multnomah cik 1.-1.. ..
W.verley court, yeaterd.,'. wT be seen
corl f th "-man trophy by
scoring seven points.
Second honors was a tie at five.
reyncouUn1,th lr4r,,B" Club and W.ver
ley Country Club eouaL Th. c...
","l. Club boe m.",ch '.'ad
-"" s-ieiui-waa credlreH t n,. -1
- "- IIC.LUIII.
Club"wT!ln, Sw'VM- f lne Vh-ton
the Ur!i l". hndl" th, entries to
the Oreson State title matches on the
lrvinrton Club court, next week a
ready has received several out-of-x?r.D
m "mi"-oJoe Tyler, .of Spokane:
Mrs. Myrtle Stafford and Ml,, Claire
Tucker, of Berkeley. are .,;,; ,ho
well-known racquet wielders who have
aent word they will be on hand when
the tourney starts a week from tomor-
Word was receiver!
Chives from the headquarters of the
rw Lawn TennU Association that
the foot-fault" rule would be rlald.v
eniorced. w ith this In mind. Mr. Snives
has been Issuing; orders accordingly.
The tennis tournament at Tacoma will
close this week, and several delegates
will Journey to Portland to take In the
sights here next week.
Following are the results of yester
day's play In the Ladd Tennis Club
Miss Harriett Johnson defeated Miss
yiauys Harrison s-2. g.2; Lorna jjrWI1
defaulted to Mias E. Zanello. .Miss
"r""" i-ovey aeiauited to Miss l: Za
nello. Miss K. Zanello defaulted to AII.-s
it. Zanello. Miss Harrlette Johnson won
from Mlas Kuth Zanello -l. tj-l; Mi.ss
Emma, OuBrullle defeated Miss Ma.br!
Hyder -3. S-2; Howe and Sherman de
feated Leedom and Belcher 6-4, 5-6
-2; Miss Emma Dulirutlle and' Miss
Mabel Hyder defeated Miss Harrlette
Johnson and Mlas Gladys Harrison 6-3
-2; Miss Mabel Kyder and Catlin Wol
fard defeated Miss Emma DuBruille
and Voltl Jones -l, -i: Catlin Wol
fard defeated Fred Barber -3. 6-1-
v. jy aeieateu ileal Munsun
(-2, -4: I'lita defeat.-. 1 I ....i...
-4; Munson defeated .McC'llntock
-2. S-3: Munson defeju.ii im.
7-8: Joy defeated Breed s-3 k.
The schedule for today follows:
Piue.c M lncefleld v. W.-Ifard;
11 aeufert vs. Munson and Joy
1 aVe-iV M- M;r,lm'r Brow n vi winner
J-! l7 .-- "?e""r.'1: Bml,h Lanoetie.a
a. ilowe and fii.-rmsn.
12 M Wi ...... .... . . ..
X match va Lewis and Wolfard.
i?" J1- nur 01 Lanceiield-Uroo n
Violfard match vs. Jo.
trn-fi '-"""-Wolfard and Pltts-Seu-
,,7. , . ' winner s-mitn-
Lancetleld and How e-She. man
The play In the ton
Waverley Country Club courts follows:
Morton (Irvlngtont brat T .nr-.ri.i.i .u- .
m"'.'r.l.-,n"' 0-4 ; Reams .UavrfLv, u..l
ii -r.nsm I.Multnomah) 0-2. 0-2- Wells
n 1. "rris (Waverley) beat Shlvea and
. V- -4. -4; Smith and. Miner (Mult-
axeman and vi M.r vv-
verley) -4: Wnrhi .n.i u-i- . . ,i '
moreland) lost to Smnh .n.i m... ...
"'""', " ecuauer and rai.engi wat
moreland) lost to McAimn .n.i ZT.,
.,'. Witkeraham (Multnomah) beat Morion
tlnlngt..n) e-a. 5-7. 0-4: Taylor 11 rvinc
to) .d Hobson Irving ton Tbest XV.ke-
i . ... .. 7 I " W -4J
irir I'rvington) lost to Kwmg
and McAlptn 1Muicr.ou.1h1 a.i : .
Wakeman and Wilder il'.'i..M.,'.
csl.l and Wrislit t v et in. ,rei. n.i 1 . 1 "
Lanclrld (VMtnitir an,i . w..n
fe-rnV :v..'.i.:..r";.' .m.:a'p' "
ri. i ii-. J-.r . . ' - I" " eus and xor-
j. . , T. t reining ana Cud-
Miner (Multnomah) 4-0. default: Morton
llrvlngton) won from Kearne 1w.v-.1-..
' .3: ickerhain iMultnoms.il won
m Lsncsfl.M 1 Ve..n......i 1 . - - T
A. A ... a.n : ::-'..- .-.'"" -ou r-cuooer
and Kincald VCi." U -1" "ODn D'1 Wr!ht
SCOGGINS IMPROVING, TOO
Covelekle, AVlio Month -gt UrT 1
Otl.e-r Teams to .SIT Baiting
Mark, Now Ilclng Cloul
rd at .271 Kmc.
Jack Lj 1. of Los Ancele. and Caclc
Menl.-y. ot Vernon, made the best Bains
ouriiin the last month when It comes
to a ratins of Pltchera on the baals
or agKretate batting; averaeea of op
ponenta A month ita, opponents had
batted at a .233 clip .g.,..ft Henley
In the first u weeks of the Coast
League sinson. At the end of 15
iTc..'.. Hrn"- "1 cut down the hatting:
activities of his opponents until their
KCirreKB.e battinar averse for the first
half tu the sea.nn Is only .li!. boo.tine
h tnupto second place among; the reg
ular pit.-hors on this system of rating.
Slim Love, of Lo. Anaelea. u
ho d nit the top berth In (his rating;,
nold nir his opponents to a .204 battlnK
avermte. which Is three points better
K.T." 7" m.n,h vhn opponents had
batted .Sin against him. A month ago
opponents had batted .247 against Jack
.I1?;, but ,h,s "h at the end of
the fifteenth week of the e-ea.on. Ky.n
has cut hi. opponents down to a 233
rating and is third amonn the regular
alabsters. I'iercey. of Vernon. Is fourth
-. me list, raving cut his oppenents
Is Angeles. Is the only other regular
J"" anion the topnotchers who
nad shown Improvement In this ratine
hJ. .Ut ,lown hl" opponents from
.241 iaat month to .217 this month.
Covrleskle Lests PsiL
,wOVV-18klC; 0t r-t'nl. nd HalL of
Salt Lake, have been the victims of
the largeM increae l opponents' bat.
. .J " our," l"t month.
... n,h KO opponents had batted
ih.V "",n8t. Covcleskle: this month
i.iV nave lii(Tii..
GOVERNOR TO BE HEARD
Plans Completed for V. n...e-
nlc at Greshara Saturday.
Oovernor Wlthveomh. .111 j.ii
brief atVdress nest Saturday at the
i.i.uora picnio and field day. which
win be held on tha Coumv r.i.
'"" at ores nam.
The other sneaker. will K- t-
Spence. state master, who will speak
of "tlrange Work in iir..nn
Mayor Ktapleton. who will welcome
farmers to the cat tiering;. The pro
gramme win open at 10:30. Muslo will
be furnished bv a chorus of 75
Af 'er dinner there will be r.c
all sorts, for which prises will be
GOLF TITLE IS Wo FROM
5 - J-4 IS.
Vs.-' r v
? - " - - " --
-Njw .. a-T?--
alter C- Haaew. ( ksnslos of la .
w.B - I . j-s w
( he rr aftgi t sa V m la. W v - .
w w v .m ..va iu HBUonti nr.,. n
Da won the ..v......
lonshtp of Maasachuaotis . u . ....
uch well known nrnt.e.Mn.t. .. ....
Nicholls. Louis Tamer and Al.g C-n.'p-
en anu amateurs like Francis Oulmet,
ne former rational chamnim. it.-
s the professional of ih. if.-,..i. .
. 1., club.
i-umB averaKe to .177. Against Hall,
opponents had batted .131 up to last
month: up to this month they have
batted .I6i against him.
en?.lheT.rvPl,her" n oppon
ents have increased their batting- aver-
oai?i,.Vh?..-Vt n,onth Kla witter.
Oakland. .22. last month and .23 fits
month: Kannins". r'.in Francisco, rsj
v,l,.mnth "nd 144 ,h, month; C.
and I,?,'' e.'1 k'- :4T mn'
te.i'f i nionth: H!Bglnbotham.
Portland. .2tl last month and .170 this
Klavrltter lilt Oftearst.
Klawitter has been hit safely iss
tlraea. more than any other pitcher
t-puler Baum. of tn Francico. 1. next
In line wuh opponents rin,iinK him for
? C. WlUlams. Salt Lke?lI
been hit safely 1S times, and HiK
sTinbotham. of Portland, win, total
of 11 hits against htm Is the only
other pitcher who has been found for
more than 175 hits in the first 15
weeks of the season.
Following records show .
of times at bat. the total hit. made
and the aggregate balling averas-a of
opponents against each ntcher for the
first 15 weeks of the Sy-week season
up to and Including all gimti of July
J h nnD, V.
Hen lev. V . . . .
loan. L. A.
I'fn ev, V
Hughes. !.. A,
e -...-gir.. LA.
K law itler. u
inns n, ti. y
Kenning, S. F. ......
Kruine, p. ..........
-'. ll.iams, 3. L. ....
Smith. S. P
I roniiiie, V. .........
Pall. 8. P
K lllliay. H. F
PHL-ry. . L
II Is n lt;ot ham. P. ...
I rouiili. 11
Pruletl. t. ..........
Chech. Vr LA
Heu.lgl. a. F
G re.nry. S, L .......
C hrlstlan. S. F. O. ....
Dent, a F
Heurn, S. P
Alnre, O ,
J Williams. L. A S. L.
MltrhelL V ,
l errltt. L. A
I.a Roy. S. L
Itemnrss. O.-S. L. ....
West, S. L-V.
. .27 4
. . .1H
. . 4
. . !
. . (4
. S '7
. . .4U
. . .34
. . ..4 4
. . .1-44
. . .272
. . .'!
. . .1.47
1 1 7
. : .
. - 7
. 2:. 1
Following; are records of pitchers
relea.ed since these records were pub
lished a month ago:
Purns. L A 44u 111 .2.-,
Vnreen. a 7 J 21 .elli
Martlr.ont, t -P 1 1. J ou ..04
Sloop Itcolulo Defeats Vanitlc.
LARCH MONT. N". Y.. July 17. In a
fluky breeze the sloop Kesolute won
from the Vanltie today by ;t minutes
11 seconds elapsed time. They sailed
over a special 2H-mlle course In the
first race of the Ijerchmont Yacht
Club'a race week. The Vanltie waa
steered bv Cornelius Vanderhllt.
OO TO TIIK
Grand. American !
(1 H A T PARK. I'lllCAUO I
August 16-20, 1915 j
NO previous event In trap- j
shooting; will compare with '
the Sixteenth e r a n d American !
Handicap In number of entries. I
shooting environment, beatitv and i
value of trophle-s and as.emblaein '
of trap-ahootlnK stars. This I. I
THE PREMIER EYENT i
OF THE YEAR
and a ten - trap equipment the .
largest ever Installed Inauret to '
every shooter Ideal condition "en
(he firing; line" of Crant Park. :
Chicago a mot popular shore re- !
Oet Into thla "rotiiid-iit
oria a craiK shots. I 'Ian vour
vacation to Indudn the e A
American liamli'ap ihe "wrld
series" event of the trap-shooilng
For proaramma and special
Information write to E IX E K 11
P II AN K ft. Secretary f nterstate
Assn.. Jl Ooltart Ave.. Piiu.
bureh. or to tfportlnif Powder
DU PONT POWDER CO.
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