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TOE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, 3IAECII 17, 1918.
rOBTLAND GUN CLUB EXPERTS WHO HAVE HELPED MAKE RECORDS AT EVEEDLNG PARK.
SEEK HEW PLAYERS
TO GET OUT
Portland Golf Club Institutes
Membership Drive With
Sportsmen Preparing for Run
of Salmon Expected Soon
in Willamette River.
GROUNDS ARE IMPROVED
CATCHES ARE REPORTED
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X. It. St-uO I, Appointed llialrmaa
of Handicap Commltte anil I
V orklos on Handicap Ll.l and
Irraaglnz Tourney bclirdnle.
Br JAMLS J. P.tCIIAKI.O.V
The b ! membership drive t be anem
Wrs of the Portland Coif Club have
Instituted baa met with gratifying eoe
eeee np 10 111 present lime, non than
! applications for membership hav
ing b. a filed lth Jimu A. Beckett.
halrmaa of the membership commit
Leaa than three Mki ago tha com-
ant t tee of 2 headed by ium A. Back
11 started eat 10 enrotl Jie near mem-
bar far tba Portland Coir Club. In
Una than 11 dav they obtained 77 ap
plications. Prominent men la all
waiaa of Ufa have availed themselves
f tba offer to being mada br tba
Portland club 10 Join Ita ranks.
Tba boar4 of directors baa limited
tha umtr of Dew member to Zi and
whea teal number of applications baa
bee flie1 and aYptd tba member-
nip will cloa and tba Initiation faa
etedal la Arraased.
W. r. Mroll baa baaa appointed
Chairman of tba haadlrap coramittao In
place of lm Arrh.r and at Ih pree
ant tima la working on bta baadwap
Itete and arranging bta arbadulo of
touraam.nt fur tba comma year. Mr.
rw-ott. atnco bta appointment by Vice
president 0rf, Anrteraoa. baa boan
vary and aboold be abla to ar
range maar novel tournaments for tba
Too greena rommlttaj baa tba tees
placed on tba near nina holes and an
nounces tha dt.tanra of tba aotlro II
holes aa follow : No 1. j;i yards. No. S,
yard; .No . i.i yard.. No. . lit
yards: .No. . -e yards. No t. yards;
No. T. Jl yard. .No. I. Zi yards; No.
t. n ard: No. Is. ITi yards; No. II.
a yard.; No. !J. Mi yards; No. IJ. le
yards: No. II. j:i yards; No. 1. US
r-l. No. I. Si yarda: No. 17.
yards, and No. l. 1 yards, maklns
a total of yards for tba II boles,
or It: yards tor tha Irst am..
Tba naar nlaa will bo ready for tha
club members on Decoration day. when
It la planned to have a special pro
gramme to mark, tba opening of tba
oars ( an aW Leaatbeaed.
II baa not been nereeearjr for tba
free fie committee to stretch tba yard
aaa on paper to make np tba distances
for tha coarse, aa there Is plenty of
rora to stiil matte tba courso longer
should It later be found necessary, and
if tha new golf ball which baa been
placed on the market makes It neces
sary to l.na-then tba dtstanco between
fcoWa tha Portland club will bo abla
to make the courso as lone aa It abould
be to meet the new condmona.
A number of tha membera are msk
ln themselves acquainted with tha
new nine holes by walking ottr the
distaaco and wondering what their
cores will be when they start playing
without an exception membera and
visitors hsrs been blah In their praise
of the new courso and all ar unant
moua In tha opinion that their came
will surely improve with tba additional
number of boles.
l-sr nuantities of lima, bona meal
and various other kinds of fertiliser
have been used on the entlr courso to
sweeten the ground and do away with
tha mosjiy condition of tha turf. Tha
approach greena have received as care
ful attention as tba average club gives
to its purring greens.
Ir. Tborr.as Watts, of tha bouso com
mlttee. plans to make lb clnbhvT
as attractive aa poaaiM this Summer
and wilt plac a number of hanging
baskets, window flower botes and
porch awing about the spacious club
house. A Jasa band will furnish mu
sic for the d.nner dances escb Saturday
niaht from May 1 to October I.
M.'evoe C. Nelson Is a real busy man
tnese davs between attendins; to hi
law practice an-1 supervismsr matters
at the Tualatin ;olf Club of which he
was recently re-electee) president. The
wrb on the new nine bolea) Is pro
Kressina as well as can be expected
and It la planned to open up tha new
addition next June, when the Tualatin
t l'ir. will slave a bi tourney, open to
uttde clubs, to mark the coaipl
leua of tbctr H-hole coarse.
1 1 till i 1 t--; fi 1 i I 1 tsessa
4TH SHOOT TODAYl Shc . ' " m- TEAM , JIASSUCCESS
Le - T
-------. I I XewiTitui would have had a sufficiency
I 1 " I ha wrafitlitiar iranirL And vet her I
Merchandise Order Prize Up
at Portland Gun Club.
GOOD CROWD IS EXPECTED
Graham Ules. prldent of the TVav
eelr Country Club, la waltinc for the
return of the chairman of tno handi
cap committee, who Is now In the Kast.
befor announclnc tha list of tourna
tnente f.r the coming season. Tb
beautiful weather of the paat few days
baa been e means of bringing out a
lera number of plavers on tr-.e course.
Barrow Selected for Job on
Spur of Moment.
Neve Med aa fa eases Telia of lr
llght at Appotalaseat.
Wratlerr Ideal for Trapslioolins; and
Indications Are That Largest At.
tendance of Year Will Be I" res
ent to Take Part In Events.
TTia fourth of tb series of seven big
merchandise shoots being staged by
tba I'ortland Gun Ciub will b shot off
at ilvtrdtng Park, tb bom of the
club, today. If tha Ideal trapshooting
weather, which ha been prevailing the
laat wek. keep up for today, on of
Ih biggest turnout af tb ear Is ex
pected, at lb trap 10 lake part In the
shoot or watch tb event. I p to date
lha attendance has been exceptionally
good at tha (un Club this year and
soma good scores ar being registered
every Sunday In the various matcbea.
A ii merchandise order will go to the
winner of today's shoot and a year's
subscription to th American Trap-
shooter will go aa second and third
Th Partland Can Club will also
shoot against Seattle today In .the
Northwest Telegraphlo Trapshooting
Tournament. Tha r'ortland club has
won two matches this year and lost
one. Tbey lost to Spokane by on
point laat week, realsterlng 1!1 blu
rocks out of lit to bpokana's 112.
beattl baa been totaling some high
scorea In th tournament this year
and th Portland Gun Club will have to
da soma good shooting today. There
s a good des I of Interest In th North
west championships and th trapshoot
ing fans are anxious to get the re
sults of th Seattle-Portland match, as
It Is sort of an Inter-city affair. Se
attle rlalms thai It haa many things on
na while Portland claims that It has
lot of things over ceattle. and tb
Portland tiun Club wants to prove, fo
on thing, that Portland baa better
trapthooter than Seattle.
Ktftv targets will he shot In the
merchandise shoot, which will start
promptly at 10 A. M. No entries will
be received after 11 o'clock.
On March Jl. the Los Angeles Oun
Club will stage an H. K. "Hi" Kverdtng
handicap Tor the beautiful 111 Ever'
ding silver trophy.
JIMMY C0FFR0TH BACK IN
. SAN FRANCISCO FOR VISIT
Tijuana Track Owner Has Interest in Circna and Mar Purchase Part
Interest in Vernon Baseball Club.
Th Los Anseles Oun Club will bold
Ita first Pacific Coast handicap on
May ::. :. I. There mill b I1SO0
average money. Th Los Angeles Gun
C:ub will stag th California Stat
championship on July It. It, 17. with
practice day on July 14.
Th third round of Th Oregon Isn's
Columbia-WllUmett treshootlng lour.
namrnt will be shot tody. Tb clubs
entered In tbts year's tournament were
greeted with some Ideal weather last
Sunday and some good scores were
turned In. Today's schedule Is as fol
lows: Astoria vs. McCoy: Aberdeen vs
Vancouver: TVoodburn th Heppner. and
Albany vs. Pendleton. McCoy. Heppner.
Astoria and Woodburn are tied for first
place with two wins and no losses each
Pd Prrow. the new transfer of tba
Boetoe, KJ eov eatd recently:
' I hve a CfUpTe of bard-hlttlng out
fielder In mind, and If I can eevure
th.m I am aura tha Red Sox will win
"Ita funny how Frsiea happened to
Pics: ma for th:a Job or managing the
Kd ji.x. Catling on bim one after
noon he aald to me. 'Well. Ed. Il l about
time for ma to pick a manaser. Barry
nn'l gat away from the Navy
"I sat down to read a paper. Hap
pened to look up and aaw r'rasee look
In raa up end down.
'Mar. Pd. I have Just selected you
as manag-r of tba 1)1 KJ Sox.' be
suddenly flurg at me. "Wani tha Job T
l'id I want the jo's" Say. I was so
bsprv that 1 could hardly anawer.
"vVU. Harry." I finally replied. 1
wanted that joo ever since 1 knew
Ja. k ftrry couldn't return, but I wss
a.'raid that If I a eked for II you mlgot
aa v. iet out of tbie opera-bouee.
"And that la bow 1 waa eelectad as
I', of O. I'rralintrn on Trip.
UN1V ETtS ITT OP ORKOON. Eucene.
March 1. Special! To play poet
aeaaoa game with the high school
teama of Marshfleid and Uanduo. the
"refoa freshman quintet, accompanied
by C-ech l-eaa Walker, left for the
fooe Uay country yeaterdar. Only five
l eea ar making tha trip and Coach
Walker will have to don the abbreviated
uniform one again If tha need for a
uetlfute arteee. Tha letiuq lineup
ar'.lf be Darns and Ja 'O. nerg.r. lor
wards. Chapman and Brandon, guards:
CHAMPIONSHIP TIED UP
Art-Ill w. tTIVK DKRATERS FOR
TtlHEt: I .Ml tvRSITIKS WIX.
Declarsaa af Jadgea Pat New N art h west
latereolleglal League la
rxiVKRdITT OP ORF.iWX. Eugene.
March la Special Victory for tha
affirmative teama of the unlveraltles of
t'regwn, Washington and British Co
lumbia on the home platforms, by unan
imous dectelon of the Judges In each
case last night, has reaulted In tying up
the debate championehtp of the new
Xorthweet Intercollegiate League.
Oregon's affirmative team. Kenneth
Armstrong and Ralph Hoisman. out
pointed their British Columbia oppo
nents. W. J. Coupcr and A. W. Webster,
bare laat night, while the university
negative team. Hugh Brunk and Carl
ton savage, loal to Washington at Beat-
lie. British Columbia's afilrmatlve
likewise won before a home audience
over the I'nlversity of Washington. The
quaation In alt of th contests wss:
"Rssolved. That at tha close of the
prnt war th nations of the world
should establish an International su
preme court to pass upon all Interna
tional dtaputea and supported by an In
ternational conatabulary to enforce Its
The Judges for th Koene content
were H. It. Herdman. r rank Huton
and bemuel White, ail of Portland.
BT HARRY B. SMITH.
SAN KkXXCl.SCO. March 14. Jimmy
Coffroth. a San Francisco visitor
for the first time In six months,
saya he's never golnx back to the
boxing game. When the Tijuana track
waa closed down because the Govern
ment refused to Issue permits for travel
between this country and Mexico,
I: was rumored that Sunshine Jim
might get bark to his old trade.
But he affirms there l.-n't a chance;
that boxing Is going downhill with
no money In sight for the flKhters or
the n.atchmakers and lie can't see any
reason for him to bother with It.
Coffroth already has purchsaed an
Interest In a small cirrus, and be
may possibly get Into the Cnat League
as a part owner of the Vernon club
transferred to San Diego, but fistlana
Is no longer for him.
I Isn't that I am against the fight
game." he said. "That is the sport
that gav m my start and I am duly
grateful. But 1 ran see no future for
boxing. It is true the Government has
taken official recognition of the fiRht
game, but for the life of me I can't
see where the sport is coin? to flour
Ish as a professional proposition.
Naturally that Is what would Interest
Cerfroth Talka BaaebalL.
Coffroth. who came here to talk with
President A. T. Baum. of the Coast
League, as regards the attitude of the
league on his prospective purchase of
the Vernon club, stated that while
be Is wMllng. along with Jack Atkin.
st one time of the Sucrainento team, to
flr.ance such a venture, he Is willing
to turn it over to the people of San
Diego if they want to go in for base
Sunshine Jim says his Interest In
the matter Is to give San Diego some
thing In the way of amusement, and
as well to give the city publicity that
will help. He points out that San Diego
has a population of su.noo people, to
say nothing of the thousands of men
at Camp Kearney, and that these sol
diers bring friends and relatives.
He argues that Los Angeles would
bo far better off without continuous
baseball. Coast League officials have
told Coffroth that he must first of all
mat with Tom Darmody, of the Ver
non club. However, It has been in
t. mated there will be not the slightest
objection to welcoming Coffroth into
th fold if hecan buy the club.
Ready to Opra Track.
Jim tells me that ss far as the rac
ing situation Is concerned, he Is confi
dent all tha difficulties will be
straightened out. and he affirms that
he will be prepared to open the track
within 30 days after the announcement
comes of permission for spectators to
travel back and forth between San
Diego and Tijuana.
Coffroth.. explains the governmental
regulation was not directed at the
race track, or Indeed at Lower Cali
fornia, but was aimed at certain other
border towns not st all friendly to
the United States. He thinks it will
be possible to secure permission for
sightseers and others to use identity
cards that can be easily obtained.
If that can be arranged, as Coffroth
has been working for during several
months in Washington, be will have
a short Summer meeting to prove to
the racing- world that he's ready to
go ahead with Ills plana. He tells
me there ar something like ISO horses
at Tijuana, and while, of course, the
high-class ones have drifted to other
tracks, there ar still enough to start
the bangtails on the circuit.
Cirrus la Pnrcbaaed.
That circus proposition of Coffroth's
waa more or less of a Joke at its in
reption. but now seems to be a serious
proposition. Leon Wing, a former San
Francisco newspaperman, who has been
with the Coffroth enterprises for some
little time, visited the circus in Win
ter quarters, along with Coffroth and
The pjoprietor was complaining
about his business: saying he could not
get railroad rates and not even a
promise of sufficient rolling stock.
"Why don't you buy it. Jim?" asked
Wing. "Get some motor trucks and
you're all ready to start out."
The Idea listened well and the boys
are on their way. Some IS big motor
tiucks have been purchased for the
occasion and the circus will soon be
on Its way. The entire Coast Is to
bo covered, and Coffroth thinks there's
a chance to pick up some change,
Somebody or other one of the
loungers at the Olympic Club made
a suggestion the other day that started
an argument. It was proposed that
for the sake of sweet charity those
two old-timers, Eddie Granev and
Johnny ilerpet (Young Mitchell), get
together for a four-round contest, the
receipts to be donated to the Red
Cross or some-other worthy fund.
It was hailed as the right thing, but
there was a stop when Herget was
allowed to be heard.
"I know what I could do when I
was young, he said (and Incidentally
as a middleweight he was never beat
en), "and I have great respect for the
former prowess of Eddie Graney, but
I am too old in the game to be be
guiled Into the ring for such an ex
it. bitlon. It would be a farce, and
what Is more. I want people to re
member me as I was, not as I am at
the present time.
'l don t propose to furnish a Roman
holiday spectacle, and I don't believe
you could get Graney to consent to
such a project."
Herget is dead right. He was a
grand fighter in his fighting days.
but he isn't any longer. It would be
a Joke Indeed, to expect that he could
show form, and while the crowd would
be there. It certainly wouldn t see
Newman would have had a sufficiency
of the wrestling game. And yet here
he Is at it once more. Pat Connolly
broke the news the other afternoon
when he snld Newman offered to man
age him, telling the "Butte wrestler how
much mousy he could make for him.
Now Connolly, like most of the
wrestlers, prefers to do his own man
aging, as he doesn t want to cut ni
money with any fellow. So there is
no chance tor Newman in that direc
However, 'It does suffice to show
which way the wind is blowing.
Danforth Pitches 50 Games,
but Not One in Full.
Whit Box Harler Yanked Ofteoer
Taaa Aay Other.
BASEBALL records usually show a
number of unsuspected oddities, but
It is probable that there have been none
more extraordinary in many years than
in the pitching records of the Ameri
can League last year.
One record hung up by Danforth, of
the White Sox. perhaps has never been
equaled and it is doubtful If it ever
will be touched.
Danforth led the league in the num
ber of games In whichhe worked. He
got into &0 box scores, a remarkable
record for a pitcher, but he pitched
only one complete game. He is cred
ited with 11 victories.
Ed Klepfer, of Cleveland, pitched in
41 games, but did not pitch a complete
Big Slim Love, of New York, worked
in only two complete games out of a
total of 33. Cunningham, of Detroit,
was in 42 games and only pitched two
On the other nana. Babe Kiitn provea
to be the iron man of the league. He
pitched in 36 complete games and was
taken out only three times. His team
mates. Mays and Leonard, also broke
into the iron man column, the former
pitching 28 and the latter 27 complete
Mount Angel Quintet Loses
Only 4 of 17 Games.
SQUAD DEVELOPS RAPIDLY
Tacoma Wins Mrs. Constance
Meyer, Noted Diver.
Swimmer. However, Promises to
Knter Any B-veat for Multnomah
That Clab Would Wealre.
RS. CONSTANCE MEYER, the Ta-
On would have thought Charlie
woman champion fancy diver and popu
lar member of the women's annex of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club,
has removed to Tacoma, Wash., to re
main for an indefinite period, and, per
haps, permanently. Her son, William
Meyer, is working in one of the Tacoma
shipyards, and it is Mrs. Meyer s desire
to be near Aim.
Mrs. Meyer will not be lost to the
Multnomah club, because she has prom
ised Chairman O. J. Hoeford. of the
swimming committee, and Instructor
Jack Cody that she will be on hand for
any tank events in which the club may
care to ask her to participate.
Long Tom Hughes has tired of pitch
ing in the Pacific Coast League and is
anxious to try his arm in the Amer
ican Association. He may sign with
the St. Paul club.
FAST MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAM, WHICH HAS JUST COMPLETED SUCCESSFUL
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Left ta Right Staphel.
Sparei Ever. ciard Hum, Frwrdi Claaale. .capt
Haas lex, Uuaxd, wad h'atheg Uildebraad.
ptalsi aad Ceateri Chamanlna, Forviardf
Young: and Inexperienced Players
Round Into Form Under Careful
Coaching and Hard Work and
Make Record In Season.
MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE. Saint
Benedict, Or., March 16. (Special.)
With the defeat of Astoria and Dallas,
Mount Angel College closed a very suc
cessful season of basketball. When the
season opened, the prospects for de
veloplng any kind of a team were very
gloomy, for of last year's men, only
one. Classic, returned. The rest of the
men who showed up for practice were
young and inexperienced. Under these
conditions, little successwas hoped for
and It was thought that old Gold and
White would have to bow to the inevitable.
But the tables were turned and. by
the aid of able coaching- and hard work.
a good team was soon molded into form,
and though it was handicapped by
weight and height, succeeded in making
a good record.
The average age of the players is 18
years; the average height five feet,
seven inches, and the average weight
Out of 17 games played, qnly four
were lost. These were to the Oregon
Agriculture College, the Chemawa In
dians, -McMinn ville College and the Sea
side Athletic Club. With the last three
there was an even break.
Chamanius, although weighing only
115 pounds, was very active at forward.
He is one of the fastest players that
Mount Angel College has had. He se
cured an average of five field baskets
per game. maKing lor tne season
I field baskets. Classic at center, did not
'meet a single opponent who out-Jumped
I him enough to break the wonderful slg
nal system of the collegians. Althougn
his average of field baskets is only half
of Chamanius. he nevertheless secured
the same number of points, 170, due to
free throws. Classic registered more
than half of his free chances.
Hanna and Rassier both showed
themselves to be hard workers, and
steady and reliable passers. They were
the real "feeders of the team, keepln
Chamanius busy trying for goals. Evers
played the guard position to good ad
vantage, it was upon him that the
team relied when pitted against heavy
opponents and how well he executed
his task is shown by the comparatively
low scores that were registered against
Mackenzie River Fishing to Begin
as Soon as Wanu Weather Starts
Fish Biting Stream . One of
Greatest Angling Spots.
Fishermen are getting out their fish
ing tackle preparatory to the expected
run of salmon in the Willamette River.
Friday at mignight marked the close
of net fishing in the Willamette for
this season and with a little rise in tha
river and no nets to act as a barrier
the salmon should soon start up tha
There have been several reports of
salmon being caught at Jennings
Lodge, but the fishermen will not ven
ture out in the boats until the river
starts rising and the water clears.
Charlie Pembrode, Joe Bctz and C
Lien Journeyed to the Lewis River last
Sunday and managed to catch '23
salmon trout and nine steelheads in leea
than two hours.
Carey Thompson on the Mackenzie
River has sent down word that it is
trifle cold and chilly for fishing in
that popular stream, but with the ad
vent of good weather the fly fishermen
are going to have plenty of sport.
Thompson has overhauled all or hia
boats and last Sunday went out to try
his hand and hooked nine fish with a
Caddis" fly. A few good, warm days
will start the fish biting and then tha
anglers will start towards the Mac
kenzie in the vicinity of Vida, wheia
some of the greatest fishing in til 3
country takes place.
. . w
Walter B. Honeyman, the well-known)
all-around sportsman, will leave nex;
Friday morning for a three days rist.
ing outing on the Mackenzie. Honey
man has made some of the record
atches during his many trips to th
Mackenzie and if the weather is right
he ought to be on the receiving end
of a large catch.
Joe Harty. the legless newsboy, who
has his "office" at the corner of Broad
way and Washington streets, is busy
these nights sorting out his lines and
getting ready for the fishing season.
Harty is a great advocate of outdoor
sport and last Summer journeyed to the
top of Mount Hood. He plans a trip
to the Mackenzie in the near future and
lso will go to Central Oregon and try
his hand on the Deschutes.
Fishing on the Deschutes ought to ba
good this season and will start early or
account of the mild weather that haa
prevailed to date.
VORLD'S RECORD IS TIED
JOIE RAY RUNS 10OO YARDS IS 2sl4S
AT A. A. V. MEET.
FIGHT GARO ARRANGED
VALLEY TRAMBITAS AND FRANK
Rose City Athletic Club Signs Num
ber of Battlera for Smoker os
Wednesday, March 87.
The Rose City Athletlo Club closed
yesterday for a bout between Jimmy
Darcy (Valley Trambitas) and Frank
Barrieau to furnish the main event
for their coming smoker Wednesday
night. March 27. at the Eleventh-street
Barrieau and Darcy have battled
each other a number of times before,
the last setto taking place at San
Diego last week, when Barrieau won
a decision from Darcy at the end of
the fourth round.
Chet Neff, who battled Muff Bronson
at the Hustlers' recent smoker.
matched with Alex Trambitas. Neff
put up a good fight against Bronson,
and, in the opinion of a number of the
fans, held the champion even. Tram
bitas put up a miserable fight against
George Ingle the last time he entered
a Portland ring, but has been training
faithfully ever since in an effort to get
back into his former shape.
Stanley Willis and Peter Mitchie will
clash in - the special event. Willis
comes here with a fair reputation.
Mitchie always puts up a good fight.
Joe Swain and Pat Bradley will dem
onstrate their prowess against each
other, while Ted Hoke and Joe Hoff
have again been signed to fight each
The matchmaker will announce the
curtain-raiser in a few days.
Frank A. Vanderlip Rashes Fast.
LOS ANGELES. March 18. Frank A.
Vanderlip, of the National City Bank
of New York, left today for New York.
He cut short his vacation, he said, be
cause of the death of James Stillman,
an associate in the bank.
ational Indoor Championships Held at
New York Good Time Made
1st Other Events.
NEW YORK. March 16. Jole Kay, of
the Illinois Athletic Club, equaled the
world's record for the 1000-yard run
at the National indoor A. A. U. cham
pionships here tonight. Dave Caldwell,
of the Boston A. A, finished second
and Edwin H. Fall, of the Great Lakes
naval training station, Chicago, third.
The time waa 3:14.
Five-mile run Won by Charles Pores.
Millrose A. A.. Xew York.
lOOO.yards run Won by Jole Ray, Illi
nois A. C. Chicago; time, Z:14.
SO-yards dash, final heat Won by Will
iam Ganzmueller, Peun Slats College; time.
la-pound shotnut Won by D. C.
Princeton University, with
Two-mile run Won by Edwsrd J. Gar
vey. Jr., Paullst A. C, New York; time, 8:40.
300-yards run, final heat Won by Sher
man G. Landers, University of Pennsylvania;
time. 0:32 2-5.
standing high Jump Won by Leo Goeh
rlng Mohawk A. C. New Tork. With S feet.
42 feet 10 M
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR RENT ll',i aires, all In cultivation,
good e-room house, complete with fur
nace, fireplace, large screened-in sleep
ing porch, running water, laundry tubs,
etc.. z streams running water, beautiful
shade trees, mile from depot, " min
utes from Portland. 5 trains each way
dally. B 261, Oregonlan.
WHEAT FARMS FOR SALE.
T have two good wheat farms In Gil
liam County, equipped, crop In, imple
ments and stock all go: price and terms
are right- Dean, 031 Chamber of Com
merce bldg.. Portland, Or.
OLD hats made new: blocking 50c, trim
ming 230 UP, nemstlicning ivu jier
button making, first-class work guaran
teed; we give S. A H. green trading
stamps. Mack's Millinery, Union ave,
near Russell. East 2381.
2-SPEED Dayton, thoroughly overiiaulea.
One 191 Maxwell. A-l condition; a bar
gain at 475. Rodhaln Vollura, Auto Co
03 N. Park. Broadway But).
WANTED Young men above 17 years of
age to learn express ousiness, naiary i
start S70 per month; would consider men
between 31 and 45 also. Apply .room 2,
Elks bldg., Monday.
WANTED A boy about 16 years "Id lor
light delivery and store work; m per
week. Pike & Markham Co., 343'i Wellington.
ATTRACTIVE 5-room bungalow, large rml.,
well arranged, lirovetana mrn, nuwuiorne
car: $3250, terms like rent. Owner, Ta
TO LEASE or rent, K to s-room modern
home, unrurnisneu, wunin nuirn ui
way or lrvhigton car; reliable party.
Main 7199. .
MOTORBOATS for sale cheap, 14-H. P.,
5H. P.; come to Motorboat Club Sun
day" or phone Main 46.11 Monday. Jones.
EXPERIENCED traveling salesman, first-
class references, snows siate itioi-uugui?.
V 128, Oregonian. i
FIRST-CLASS 'laundress wants washing.
Call Miss iirown, oiarsnau o,iu. van cuu
day and evenings.
HOUSEBOAT opportunity for club of bach
elors or shipworkers: w rooms, sijo'j; con
sider part trade. W 71 Oregonian.
WANTED Housekeeping rooms; must be
reasonable; refined couple; work every
day: West Side. Phone Marshall 2889.
FOR RENT Furnished houseboat. Willam
ette Moorage. -o per mo. .appiy -
Wash I ngton st.
BARGAIN Large housekeeping rooming
house, money-maker, for sale. Phone
WANTED Seamstress In sewing-room. 20T
TRUCKING contract. $:" per day; must
have some cash. Tabor 04 id.
WANTED Cook, experienced. $45 to $-"0.
Phone Mam 501 .
HOTTSE7rEEPTNfJ rooms. 2 blocks north
of Washington, near 1.3th. Bdwjr. 4485.
MARRIED m-m. f"00 rent, ailalfa farm.
Bend. Tabor fc74...
ONE or 2 new. n-odern rooms.
blvd., near aoui.