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POllTLAND, OREGON, SUNDAY 3IORNING, JULY 11, 1920
FRANCE AT TENNIS
Johnston and Tilden Amaze
With Brilliant Play.
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CPHH! TUlCG PDniUfM ' PROMINENT FIGURES IN 1920 PACIFIC NORTHWEST GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS WHICH WERE COMPLETED IN VANCOUVER, B. C YESTERDAY.
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MRS. SWEENEY IS VICTOR
Heoord Gallery Follows finalists
Watching: Birdie After Bird
ie Being Made.
BX, ROSCOE FAWCETT.
VANCOUVER, B. C, July 10. (Spe.
etel.) H. Chandler Egan of the Wuv
rley Country clcb, Portlands won the
amateur golf championship of the
Pacific northwest for the eecond time
today by defeating Rudolph Wilhelm,
Portland Golf club, in the 36 hole
finals, 2 up and 1.
Mrs. S. C. Sweeney, Victoria, cap
tured the women's championship from
Mi&s F. Phepoe, 3 up and 2.
More than 1000 golf bugs followed
both rounds of the Wllhelm-Egan
match. Both stars played brilliantly,
particularly during the afternoon
Tight Game Win.
Wilhelm shot an approximate 75 In
the forenoon and an idea of Egan's
'games may be gained from the fact
that the former national champion
then stood 3 up on . Wilhelm. After
lunch, however, the Oregon champion
came with a rush and if Egan had
slipped an inch there would be a dif
ferent story to tell.
Both turned the third nine holes In
35 or one stroke under par. Had they
played out the 18th hole the chanc.s
are both afternoon Tr.edals woaid
have been around 71. The nodal
Wilhelm (out; 3 4 3
4 6 4 4 4 0 38(8)
4 5 4
4 5 3 4 5 3 37 75
Egan (out).'.. .4 3 3
In 4 3
Egan picked up
4 4 0 4 4 4 36
5 2 4 5 3
the 10th and 13th holes.
Wilhelm missed short putts on the
11th and 12th. Egan holed a 25
footer for a birdie on the second, and
another 25 footer on the 15th for a
birdie two. Three down at the half
way mark the Oregon champion took
two holes in succession after lunch.
Egan over approaching on the first
green and taking three putts on the
Remarkable Golf Seen.
The next five holes brought forth
me most remarKaoia gou ever exniu
ited in a final match in the west
every hole a birdie win for one or the
other. Egan laid his mashie mblicic
ix inches from the pin for a two on
the third. Wilhelm holed a 20 foot
putt for a birdie 3 on the fourth;
Egan approachced dead for a birdie
3 on the next, and also won the 615
ard sixth hole with a birdie 4, sink
ing a 6 foot putt. Wilhelm countered
with a birdie 3 on the seventh, but
lost the ninth, and the two entered the
last nine holes with Egan still three
holes to the good.
Egan played the wrong ball out of
the woods on the tenth and conceded
the hole upon discovering the mis
take. Wilhelm won the 11th and
Egan's lead was down to 1 up. Egan
won the 12th and Wilhelm the 13th.
Both missed 6-foot putts for threes
on the 14th. Wilhelm hooked into
the woods on the 15th and then pro
ceeded to sink a 25-foot putt for a
par half in 4.
Match Stopped By Crowd.
The match ended on the 17th green
when Wilhelm dubbed a chip shot
from the edge of the green with Egan
lying 10 feet from the pin in two.
They did not play the last hole owing
to the crowd on the fairway.
Wilhelm (out) 4 4 3 3 4 5 8 4
Jn 5 4 3 5 4 4 4 5
Egan (out) 5 5 2 4 3 4 4 4
In 5 6 3 4 5 4 4 4
In the flight finals Portland did
not fare very well. Dr. J. H. Tuttle
lost to Frank Sweeney, Spokane 2-1,
in the third flight finals, after being
5 down at the twin. A. S. Kerry de
faulted to J. Scott in the fourth
flight, and J. C. Williams defeated
Walter Pearson, 5 up and 4, in the
eixth flight finals.
The tourney came to a successful
finish tonight with everybody voting
the Vancouver Golf and Country club
an ideal host.
THELMA PAYNE IS SECOND
HE LEX WAIXWRIGHT, XEW
YORK, WIXS FAXCY DIVIXG.
Ethelda Blelbtrcy Sets World Mark
for 100 Meter Free-Style
JEW YORK, July 10. A world's
record of one minute 12 3-5 seconds
for the women's 100-meer free-style
swim outdoors was set today by
Ethelda Bleibtrey of the New Tork
Women's Swimming association in the
Olympic final tryout at Manhattan
Her time bettered the record of 1:16
1-5 held jointly by Fanny Durack of
Australia and Charlotte Boyle of the
women's swimming association and is
7 1-5 seconds faster than the Olympic
record for the event made by Miss
Durack at Stockholm in 1912.
Miss Boyle was second; Irene Guest,
Philadelphia, third; Frances Cowells,
San Francisco, fourth; Margaret
Woodbrldge, Detroit, fiffh; Ruth
Smith, New Tork, sixth, and Helen
mioses, Honolulu, seventh.
The fancy diving contest was won
by Helen B. Wainwright of the Wo
men's Swimming association with
120.3 points. Two other events, the
300 metre free style swim, and plain
Giving, will, be decided next Wednes
ineima rayne or JKortland, Or., was
second in fancy diving with 115.6, and
Constance Dressier of the same place
Cobb May Get Jennings' Job.
A big ehakeup is due in the Detroit
Tiger, camp, -according to press re
ports from the Michigan metropolis.
Ty Cobb is being mentioned as man
azer of the Bengal tribe to succeed
Husrh Jfniiinrs. v ho it is said will be
mde vi.-uieHiUent uf the club.
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REDS AND BRAVES SPLIT
PHILLIES TAKE TWO GAMES
FROM PIRATE GAXG.
Beat Cardinals While
Giants Win From Cubs in
CINCINNATI, O.; July 10. Boston
and Cincinnati divided a double-head
er. Oeschger pitched strongly in the
first game, allowing the champions
only three hits, Boston winning 1 to 0.
Luque also pitched well, Boston scor
ing its one run on a triple by i-oweii
and a wild pitch.
The Reds won the second game 5 to
2 bv hittine Scott freely in the early
innings while Ring held the visitors
well in check. ' Captain Groh of the
Reds was put off the field for dis
puting a decision by Umpire Moran
in the first game. The score:
R. H. E.l
R. H. E.
0 3 0
Boston 1 3 OlCincinnati.
Batteries Oeschger and
Luque, Epler and Wingo.
R. H. E.l
R. H. E.
Boston 2 5 2 Cincinnati. . 5 10 0
Batteries Scott, Eayres and Gowdy;
Ring and Wingo.
Pittsburg 7-1, Philadelphia 8-3.
PITTSBURG, July 10. Philadelphia
won both games of today's double
header with Pittsburg, the first 8 to
7 in 11 innings and the second 3 to 1.
Pittsburg took an early lead in the
first game, but Philadelphia tied the
score and in the 11th the visitors put
across the winning run on Williams'
hit, an out, a stolen base and a wild
throw. - The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Phila.. 8 18 0Pitts 7 11 3
Batteries Causey, Rixey, Meadows
and Wheat. Witherow; Hamilton and
R. H. E.l ' R. H. E.
Phila 3 9 l.Pitts 1 6 0
Batteries Hubbell and Witherow
Fonder and Haefner.
St. Louis 2, Brooklyn 7.
ST. LOUIS, July 10. Brooklyn de
feated St. Louis, 7 to 2, in the first
game of a scheduled double-header.
driving Goodwin from the box in the
seventh. Play was held up for two
I hours on account of rain, which start
ea in tne sixtn inning. ine secona
game was postponed. The score:
it. tl. m. it. 1. u.
Brooklyn... 7 13 2,3t. Louis 2 9 4
Batteries Pfeffer and Krueger;
Goodwin, Sherdel and Dilhoefer.
- Chicago 5, Xew York 8.
CHICAGO, July 10. New York
batted Martin off the-slab with only
one out in the first inning today, hit
Carter hard in the second round and
won, 8 to 5. Nehz held the Cubs for
four innings but in the fifth errors by
Young and Bancroft upset him and he
passed two men, which, with two hits,
sent in four Chicago runs. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
N'ewTork.. 8 11 2Chicago 5 9 2
Batteries Nehf and Smith; Martin,
Carter, Hendrix and O FarrelL
MISS McDOXALD GETS TITLE
Phil Xeer Defeated for - Inland
- Honors by Marshall Allen.
SPOKANE, Wash., July 10. Mar
shall Allen of Seattle, captain of the
University of Washington tennis
team, this afternoon defeated Phil
Neer of Portland, captain of the Stan
ford university team, -3, 1-6,-6-4, 6-2
winning the singles title in the In
land Empire tennis tournament, which
In the men s doubles Ray Casey
and Irving Welnstein of San Fran
Cisco beat Marshall Allen and Pat
Tidmarsh of Seattle, 6-1, 6-2, '9-7,: in
the final match, Marshall Allen and
Miss Marion, vv heaton of Bellingham
took final . honors in ' the mixed
doubles, beating Neer and Miss Mayme
McDonad of Portland, 6-1. 7-5.
Mt Donald won in the Ilnal3 of -the
ladies' singles from Miss Helen Hunt
ington of Spokane. 6-0, 6-1. In the
finals of the ladies' doubles Miss Mc
Donald and Miss Wheaton defeated
Mrs. R. Don Alexander and Miss Har
riet Cowles of Spokane, 6-0, 6-0.
FIVE CARS OF FRY ALLOTTED
Fish Will Be Available for Stocking
HOOD RIVER, Or., July 10. (Spe
cial.) The Hood River Game Protec
tive association has been notified
by the State Fish and Game commis
sion that five carloads, of trout fry
have been allotted the county this
season. The association has notified
citizens that fish will be available
for stocking private pools . if early
application is made.
The sportsmen contemplate prose
cution of the management of irriga
tion concerns, it is said. unless
screens are kept on irrigation ditches.
Despite warnings, the screens have
been removed from a
ditches, iet is said.
PERT1CA LEAD S PITCHERS
SUBS SUTHERLAND IS THIRD
WITH 12 WOX, 5 LOST.
Angel Leader Has Runner-tTp In
Stroud of Bees, Who Stands
15 and 5.
Bill Pertica of the Los Angeles
club continues to lead the coast
league twirlers. The averages up to
the series of the past week shows 12
victories and only 3 defeats for the
Angel slab artist. Stroud of Salt Lake
is second with 15 games won and 5
losses while "Suds" Sutherland of the
Beavers has moved into third posi
tion with 12 games to his credit and
The standings up to
this week follow:
Pertica, Los An Kelts
Stroud. Salt Lake
Sutherland. Portland ....
Bromley. Salt Lake
Keating. Los Angeles
Cullop, Salt Lake
W. Mitchell, Vernon
Couch. San Francisco......
Fromme. Vernon 5
R. Arlett. Oakland. 13
O. Crandall. Los Angeles 8
Scott. San Francisco .9
McQuaid. San Francisco 3
Thurston. Salt Lake 7
Kallio. Portland 4
"Penner, Sacramento ...10
Jones. Sacramento o
Piercy. Vernon 6
Leverenz. Salt Lake 7
Oeary. Seattle 8
Thomas, I.os Angeles 11
Holling. ' Oakland 11
Ros.. Portland 7
Gardner, Seattle 7
Aldridge. Los Angeles.. 7
Schoor. Seattle 6
Demaree. Seattle 6
Love. San Francisco
Kremer. Oakland 7
Fittery, Sacramento .
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Houck, Vernon -
Lewis, San Francisco
Mails. Sacramento .
Prough. Sacramento .,
Glazier. Portland ...
Jordan. San Francisco -w.
Baum. Salt Lake..A....-'.
Kuntz. SacramenU) ......
De Vi tales.- San Francisco
Brown, Los Angeles.......
Brenton. Seattle ...........
Weaver. Oakland .'. . .
Hughes, Los Angeles..'....
Brooks. Portland ..'..'....
Jaffe Leads Chess Masters
ATIANTIC CITY, N. J.. July 10.
Sharl.es Jaffe of. New Tork went -into
the lead in the third round of the
Chess Masters' tournament today with
a total of 2 points won and H point
loss. ' Jaffe won his game from
George G. Neldicli of Cornell Univer
sity, while S. Mlotkowskl of Los
Angeles draw with A. T. Sharp of
Philadelphia. The contest between
Frank. J. Marshall, United States
f-champion, and E. S. Jackson of Phlja-
delphia was" adjourned.
OUTSIDE CARDS FIXED
SALEM AND ASTORIA ARRANGE
FOR FAST FIGHTS.
Elks and American Legion to See
Cream of Coast. Talent in
Action This Month. '
Two boxing cards which bid fair to
come up to the standard of any of the.
bills staged here during the past year
will hold the boards in two Oregon
cities this month.
The first will be held in Salem, July
23, cruring the state Elks' convention
in that ' city. Fred Durbin is In
charge of the arranging of the card
Jv. I and has lined up a double main event
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the fistic talent at their weight on the
Pacific coast, bar none.
Joe Gorman. Portland's most , pop
ular boxer, and Earl Baird of Seattle
will tangle in the final bout of the
evening over the 10 round route to a
referee's decision. The two boys
have agreed .to make 130 pounds the
afternoon of the bout and will re
port to their training camps, which
have been arranared for them in the
capital city, not later than July 19.
The other half of the top of the card
will find Johnny McCarthy of San
Francisco and Alex. Trambitas bat-
H. Chandler Egan of Waverley
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tllng it out for the welterweight
championship of the Pacific coast.
Three other stellar bouts will com
plete the bill.
McCarthy and Trambitas met in a
ten round main event in Portland not
many months ago and put up a great
scrap, McCarthy winning by a close
shade. Gorman and Baird fought
eight of the fastest rounds ever put
up in the Northwest at the Milwaukie
arena a while back and a 10 round go
between these two gamesters would
be worth traveling miles to see.
The other banner bill will be staged
in Astoria July 30 during the state
convention of fhe American Legion,
and will find Muff Bronson of Port
land meeting Eddie Shannon of Los
Angeles in the 10 round main go.
Bronson is going at the fastest pace
or his career while Shannon was rated
as the best lightweight on the Pacific
coast up to his match with Joe Ben
jamin. With, both men in great shape
the fans can look for a sizzler when
Frankie Murphy, the agressive Den
ver welterweight, will meet Stanley
Willis in the eight round semi-final.
Murphy and Willis fought in Portland
to a draw, many of the fans thinking
that the Denver boy should have had
the decision. A return go will give
them a chance to settle .the question
of superiority for once and all.
Three other matches will round out
the card which is being arranged by
Billy Foy of the Portland office of
the American Legion. Foy is well
acquainted with all of the angles in
the boxing game and set out to give
Astoria a regular card and has suc
ceeded. He will clinch the rest of
the matches this week.
ROBCKE BEATS EASTLY
Spokane Makes Dozen Hits Do for
Six Rnns and Victoria
YAKIMA, Wash, July 10. Robcke,
Seattle pitcher, defeated Eastly in a
pitchers' duel today; winning the first
game of the series for Seattle by a
score of 4 to 2. The score:
R. H. E. P.. H. E
Seattle 4 11 0Yakima 2' 4 1
Batteries Robcke and BosUle;
Eastly and Cadman.
T a co ma 11, Victoria 2.
TACOMA. Wash., July 10. Tacoma
got to Young badly in the game
against Victoria today and won out,
11 to 2. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Victoria 2 6 2Tacoma 11 17 S
Batteries Young, Zincke and Cun
ningham; Edwards and Stevens.
Spokane 6, Vancouver 4.
SPOKANE, Wash.. July 10. Spo
kane got a dozen - hits from Rapp
today and made six runs to Van
couver's four. The score:
R. H. E. R. T-T. E.
Vancouver..! 6 ojSpokane 6 12 1
Batteries Rapp and Paterson; Sol-
yt ns. Smith and Fieher.
Ball Teams Cross Bats Today.
HOOD RIVER, Or., July JO. (Spe
cial.) The American Legion baseball
team will play the Kirkpatrlck team
of Portland at Columbia park here
tomorrow. While the local baseball
season, as a result of abnormally cold
weather, started -without any great
suport from local fans, interest has
gradually increased. The last 'three
games have called out a full attend
ance in bleachers and grandstand and
a large crowd is expected tomorrow.
Both teams are members' of the Inter-city
' Carpentler Leaves for France.
. NEW YORK. July 10. Georges Car
pentier, the French pugilist, was one
of 5000 passengers on four liners sail
ing from here - today for Eureopean
ports. - ' :
Phone your want ads to The Orego-
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Top, left to right Clubhosse of the Vancouver Golf and Country club Bon
Stein, one of crack Scnttle younga trrsj John Drfher of Seattle, secre
tary Pacific Northwest Golf aassoclatlonl the Jefferson Park club of Se
attle's quartet, who competed In the lavls cup match; the players (left
to rleht are Bon Stein, Clark, Spelr, Claire Grlswold and l.ee Stell. The
Jefferson Park team lost to the Waverley Country club In the finals.
Lower, left to rlKht-sj-Mrs. Max Houser and Mrs. J. I). Karrell of Port
land; aallcry watchins; John Black, California open champion. In ac
tion; Ur. and Mrs. O. F. Willing of Portland.
INDIANS WIN Ai LOSE
WASHINGTON UMPIRE RE
QUIRES POLICE ESCORT.
Ruth Makes 2Cth Home Run When
Yanks Beat Tigers, While Browns,
and White Sox Win.
WASHINGTON. July 10. Cleveland
and Washington split even in today's
double-header, the visitors taking the
first game, 7 to 2, and the home team
winning the second, 2 to 1-
Displeasure of the crowd over Um
pire Chill's decisions was so marked
that he was given a police guard on
leaving the field at the close of the
second game. The scdres:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Cleveland. 7 12 2Washington 2 6 6
Batteries Coveleskio and . O'Neill;
Snyder and Picinich.
R. H. E. . R. H. E.
Cleveland. 1 11 0i Washington 2 8 1
Batteries Bagby and O'Neill; Shaw
Xew Y'ork 7, Detroit 6.
NEW YORK, July 10. New York
defeated Detroit, 7 to 6, in ten Innings.
In New York's half of the tenth the
bases were filled with one out and
Bodie scored the winning run on
Peckinpaugh's sacrifice fly.. Ruth
made his 26th home run of the season.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Detroit 6 12 2New York . . 7 11 1
Batteries Dauss, Leonard and Stall
age; Tbormahlen, Mays and Hannah.
Boston 2, St. Louis 9.
BOSTON, July 10. St. Louis
knocked Jones out of the box today
and defeated Boston. 9 to 2. Gedeon.
Sisler, Jacobson and Williams made
13 hits for a total of 18 bases. The
R H E R H E
St.. Louis 9' 17 3iBoston... 2 7 0
Batteries Sothoron and Severeid;
Jones, Karr and Walters.
Philadelphia 0, Chicago 6.
PHILADELPHIA. July 10. Faber
held the athletics to five hits and
Chicago scored a shutout, 6 to- 0.
Heavy slugging by Ed Collins. Jack
son and Felsch was responsible for
Chicago scoring. Walker's one-hand
running catch of Felsch's liner in the
fourth was the fielding feature. The
R H El R H E
Chicago.. 6 16 2;Philadelphia 0 5 2
Batteries Faber and Schalk; Nay-lor,-Rommel
STOY-HARPER GO WASTED
Efforts Being Made to Overcome
. Weight Difficulties.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. July 10. (Spe
cial.) A bout between Bobby Harper
and Archie Stoy of Aberdeen this
month,, is a project upon which local
promoters are setting their hopes, in
answer to a persistent demand from
the fight fans that th two light-
weights be again brought together
at the Aberdeen Athletic club, quar
Staging, of such a fight, the pro
moters say, is not without difficul
ties. Stoy, it is believed, will refuse
to meet Harper if the latter refuses to
make the 135-pound weight. Many
fight followers claim that Harper
cannot do this. Harper, the conten
tion goes, outweighed the Aberdeen
boy by several pounds during the re
cent bout at Olympia in which Stoy
went, down to defeat. '
.On the other hand, Stoy. wants, a
chance at Harper. He is quoted by
his friends as saying that in a return
match he would employ other methods
of fighting than those he used at
CITIES AFTER TEX X IS TITLE
Xational Doubles Championship
Draws Big Entry List.
CLEVELAND. O., July 10. Al
though entries for the national Inter
city double tennis championship
tournament do not close until July
19, officers of the Cleveland asso
ciated tennis clubs. under whose
auspices It will be held, believe a
dozen or more cities will be repre
sented. Among the c'ties expected
to enter players are Cleveland, De
troit, Chicago, Indianapolis, San
Francisco, New York, Boston, Pitts
burgh. Buffalo. Philadelphia and
Washington and possibly Cincinnati,
Louisville, St. Louis, Kansas City,
Los Angeles and Newport.
. W alter Westbrook. Western in
tercollegiate champion, is expected to
pair to lieindel of Detroit; Baslian
and rlennessy are expected to rep
resent Indianapolis, and Al Green and
Lucien Williams, Yale Champion to
carry Chicago's color-j.
R. Lindsey Murray and a partner
will come from Buffalo. Vincent Rich
ards and partner are counted upon to
play for New York, with BeaLs
Wright and Nat Miles, two veterans.
probably representing .Boston.
SHIMIDZC TO PLAY IX U. S
Japanese Star Announces Visit to
NEW YORK. July 12. Zenzo Shi
midzu, the great little Japanese ten
nis player who was defeated by Will
am T. Tilden II in the final round
of the all-England . championship
tournament at Wimbledon. England
will come to this country in time to
compete in the national singles cham
pionship tourney at Forest Hills and
perhaps at Longwood and Southamp
. This became known through Seli-
chlro Kashio, who has been in com
munication with Shimidzu, a boyhood
friend of his. Kashio and Ichiya
Kumagae are leaving for Antwerp to
compete in trie Olympic tournament
in August, but Shimidzu will ably
fill their places on American courts
to judge from his performance abroad
Famfous French Driver Marries
- Indianapolis Girl.
''INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. July 10
Jules Goux, the famous French auto
mobile race driver, was married re
cently to Miss Ruth Davis of Indian
apolis, following a threemonths"
courtship. -The couple became- ac
quainted at a dinner party, shortly
after Goux' arrival here for the lt20
international 500-mile sweepstakes
srhd were engaged three days later.
Goux is well known in Indianapolis,
having won the tig- race in 1913. He
finished fourth in 1914 and third in
1919. Engine trouble forced him to
withdraw from the 1920 classic. Goux
will return to Indianapolis for the
race next year. He is general sales
manager for an automobile concern
in Paris. '
Bobby Jones Southern Champion.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.. July 10.
Robert T. ( Bobby 1'Jones of Atlanta,
runner-up in -last year's United
States . amateur golf championship
tournament, won the southern golf
championship today, defeating Ewing
Watkins of Chattanooga 11 up and
10 to yiay. . .
DAVIS TROPHY AT STAKE
S. Xext Plays Britain. When
Winners Will Meet Dutch to
EASTBOURNE. England. July 10.
(By the Associated Press.) The
American Davis cup tennis team to
day won the right to continue in the
fight for the trophy. Johnston and
Tilden, the American pair, defeated
their French rivals. Gobert and Lau
rentz, in straight sets in the doublea
The Americans will meet the Brit
ish team July 15 to decide which -shall
play the Dutch team, the winner of
this last match earning the right to
play the cupholders, the Australasian
team, for the trophy.
Johnston and Tilden won today's
matches by -scores of 6-2, 6-3. 6-2.
The match was played in fine but
somewhat windy weather, before a
large crowd. The Americans won th
toss and Johnston opened the service,
winnihg the first game. Gobert fol
lowed and equaled the games after
a long struggle In which deuce was
called eight times. Johnston's fore
hand driving was noteworthy in this
struggle. Tilden took his own ser
vice with fine deliveries and great
cross court volleying. Laurent!
dropped a service game and the
Americans annexed their next, lead
Johnston's Play Brilliant.
Gobert. again serving magnificently,
secured the sixth game in which the
lobbing of the' Americans was short
and some drives were netted by
John.ton. The French pair, however,
failed to secure another game. Til
den took the service to 15. and In
the last game Johnston scored on per
fect lobbing and fine volleying.
The first four games of the second
set went against the servers. Then
Johnston, serving, took the fifth
game. He played wonderfully, scor
ing with a sensatioral' half vollev.
another loj volley and some shoulder
height volleys. With Tllden's next
service game America led, 5-2. Here
again Johncton played a brilliant all-ar-und
game. Laur-ntz, serving next.
won a love game. Johnston did like
wise, taking the second set.
Americana Prove Superiority.
In the third -id fir 1 set. ths
Americans played a great game and
in all departments proved superior
to their opponents. Throughout th
match Johnston was wonderful, "is
forward drives frequently killed ths
ball, while when serving he got right
up to tne net and punched volleys
with tremendous po-ver.
Today Tilden was not so outstand
ing and brilliant as hitherto, but this
was due merely to the super-brilliance
of Johnston who played his
finest game in England.
Gobert played fiercely nd Laurentz
served well, iiut as a pair they were
outmatched today. Nevertheless, Go
bert sometimes stood up to Johns
ton's hardest drives and scored on
them. Johnston dropped a service
game in the second set, owing to a
succession of grand service ret rni
and Tilden did likewise in this set.
Otherwise the. Americans always kept
the service games and took several
to love. The An-jricans combined
admirably, Tilden being exceedingly
clever in playirrg volleys anI never
once misctng an overhead smash. Th
match was over in 55 minutes.
MILLERS WANT HONORS
KERR-GIFFORD TEAM IS AFTER
WHITE SALMON CRACKS.
Local Aggregation Has Won " Out
of 8 Games Played to Date
and Issues Challenge.
White Salmon, -where the Honey
man Hardware team, leaders of the
Intercity league, met their first de
feat of the. season last week, will bo
Invaded today by the Kerr-Gifford
combination, one of the strongest in
dependent teams of the state. The
following players will make the trip:
McDonald, Jacobberger, Knudaen.
Lind, Reed.. Hoppie, Lodell, Parks,
Peterson, Clifford and Noonan.
The Kerr-Gifford baseball team
traveled to Tillamook last Saturday
where they won two games. Pitcher
Bever, who pitched for the Kirkpat
ricks the first part of this season,
pitched the first game -for Tislanjook
and the heavy-hitting "Millers'
pounded his offerings all over the lot
for a total of 19 hits. "Shorty" Mc
Donald, manager of the "Millers,"- got
five hits in six trips .to the plate...
The personnel of the "Millers" is the
strongest in the city and among the
strongest In the entire etate.
The "Millers" have played eight
games up to date, winning seven of
them, their only defeat being charged
against them at Woodburn. In the
eight games they have scored 94 runs,
an average of almost 12 runs per
game. This shows their great hitting
strength. Manager McDonald is out
with a challenge to any team. ' A
standing challenge has been issued
to Honeyman hardware team, but -
yet they have not accepted it.
ABERDEEX. W OMEX BEATEX
Strangeness of Links Is Blamed
' for Loss to Olympia.
ABERDEEN. Wash., July 10. (Spe
cial.) -The second match in the
Griya Harbor-Olymnia women's go if
matches, in which four games are to
be played, resulted in defeat for the
Aberdeen women. The match was
played on the Olympia links yester
day, the Olympia team winning by 16
points. The first match was won by
the Aberdeen women, who allege un
familiarity with the Olympia links as
a reason for the poor showing.
Luncheon was served for the Grays
Harbor women by the Olympia club.
The next match will be on the Grays
Harbor Country club grounds in Au
gust and the fourth at Olympia la'
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