The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, May 08, 1921, SECTION TWO, Image 21

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Classified Advertising and
Sporting News
NO. 1J
w o q dT Week
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Black Servant Runs Second and
Prudery Is Third ; Winner Is
E. K. Bradley's Entry.
Ky., May 7. Behave Yourself won the
$50,000 Kentucky Derby here this
afternoon in 2:04 1-5.
Black Servant was second and
Prudery third. The winner and Black
Servant were the entry of E. R. Brad
ley the Kentucky turfman.
Three track records were broken.
Flags clipped two-fifths of a second
from the record for seven furlongs
and reduced it to 1:24 2-5. Broom-
spun breezed a mile in 1:36 1-5, a
against the best previous performanc
in 1:37 2-5, and Fair Phantom
sprinted a half mile in 0:46 3-5, or
two-fifths of a second better than
other efforts.
Behave Yourself took the lead at
the home stretch and won byl a head
from his etablemate. The race w
worth $38,458 to the winner.
The attendance was 50,000.
Billy Barton was withdrawn during
the forenoon.
afternoon. La Grande High school
won the meet by 28 points. La Grande
having 75 points and Baker 47.
Savage of Baker was the Individual
high-point man. winning 13 points.
Lfwsen of La Grande was second, with
12. Blakeley of Baker put the shot
41 feet 6 inches. Baker took first in
the high jump, pole vault, broad
jump, 440-yard dash, shotput and
jaVelin-throw. La Grande was first
in the 100-yard dash, mile run, high
hurdles, 220-yard dash, 880-yard run.
discus-throw and low hurdles. La
Grande won the relay.
Aberdeen Woman Wins Troph.
ABERDEEN", Wash., May 7. (Spe
cial). Mrs. W. A. Kupp won the Ford
trophy by two from Mrs. Fayette
Bousficld in yesterday's finals of the
annual tournament at the Grays Har
bor Country club. Mrs. Rupp's name
will be the - fifth representing the
Grays Harbor club to be placed on
the trophy, the other four being Mrs.
J. B. Bridges, Mrs. W. J. Patterson.
Mrs. H. P. Brown and Mrs. A. L. Dav
enport. The cup is an interstate tro
phy played for by the women's teams
of the Claremount, California club,
and the local club.
Xew York Gets Off to Two-Run
Lead in First; Tony Pitches
, Splendid Baseball.
NEW YORK, May 7. The Xew
York Nationals won their sixth
straight game today by defeating
Brooklyn, 3 to 1. New York got off
to a two-run lead in the first inning
and held it to the end. Tony pitched
splendid ball. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Brooklyn.. .1 6 SjXew York.. 3 8 0
Batteries Smith and Miller, Krue-
ger; Toney and Snyder.
' Pittsburg 2, St. Lonis 1.
PITTSBURG. May 7. The Pittsburg
Nationals won their ninth straight
victory today by defeating St. Louis.
2 to 1. The visitors registered their
only run in the second inning, when
Fournier sent the ball into the right
field bleachers. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
St Louis... 1 4 O'Plttsburg.. .2 9 1
- Batteries Sherdol and Dilhoefer;
Glazner and Schmidt.
3V 1S SOo:
Corner Second and Morrison Streets
Chicago 4, Cincinnati 1.
CHICAGO, May 7. Timely hitting
by Twombley, Killefcr and Martin,
coupled with the tetter's pitching,
enabled Chicago to defeat Cincinnati.
Larry Kopf made his firet appear
ance of the season for Cincinnati
when he acted as a pinch hitter. The
R. H. E.l R.H. E.
Cincinnati..! 7 OlChicago 4 13 1
Batteries Brenton, Lunue and
Hargrave; Martin and Killefer.
(Boston 2, Philadelphia 1.
BOSTON, May 7. Barbare's single,
Southworth'B sacrifice and Boeckel's
single with two out in the last of the
11th sent over the run which won,
2 to 1, for Boston from Philadelphia
today. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Phila.' 1 7 2;Boeton 2 8 1
Batteries Ring and Wheat; Mc
Quillan and O'N-eiU.
l :
Handicap Billiard Tonrney Dwin
dles to Quartet of Players.
From an entry list of 40 con
testants, the play in the annual three-
cushion handicap billiard tournament
at the Rialto billiard parlors has
dwindled to four players who are
scheduled to tangle this week for
the first, second, third and fourth
Harry Gardner, Sam GoodlandV Paul
St. Germain and L. J. Walby are the
players. The first three mentioned
have won eight contests and lost one,
while the fourth has won seven and
lost two. Walby appears to have the
high-run prize safely stowed away,
as his mark jot nine made early in
the tournament has not been touched
by any of the other players. Gardner,
George Burke, Joe McCloskey, Walbv
and K. B. Wanless are tie for sec
ond high-run prize with high runs
of six each.
The two matches scheduled for this
week are; Sam Goodland, 30, versus
Paul St. Germain, 25, and Harry
Gardner, 35, versus L. J. Walby, 30.
Mensel and Ruth Make Home Runs,
Ruth's Being Longest Ever
Seen at Washington Park.
WASHINGTON, May 7. New York
finished strong to nose out Washing
ton, 6 to 5, today in a game marked
by heavy hitting. Meusel and Ruth
made home runs, that by Ruth, his
eighth, clearing the wall In right
center and being the longest hit ever
made here. It came In the eighth
with the bases unoccupied. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
New York. .6 12 liWash'gton.5 13 0
Batteries Quinn, Hoyt. Maya and
Hoffmann; Johnson and Picinlch.
Oregon Loses Track Meet
With Washington.
Boston 6, Philadelphia 2.
batted Harris hard today and ob
tained an even break for the two-
game series here by wining, 6 to 2.
Ruel and Pratt hit home runs, and a
wild throw by Galloway contributed
to Harris' downfall. Score: .
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston 6 12 OjPhila. . , . . . 2 9 1
Batteries Pennock and Ruel; Har
ris, Hasty and Perkins.
St. Louis 6, Detroit 3.
ST. LOUIS, May 7. Detroit was
helpless before Bayne today and St
Louis won, 6 to 3. Bayne's wildness
marred 'his performance. Two bases
on balls, followed by Heilmann's cir
cuit drive, the second in two days,
gave Detroit its runs, and tied the
score in the sixth, fn the same in
ning after two were out Stsler sin
gled and Williams followed with a
home run. The exore:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Detroit 3 4 OiSt. Louis. . . 6 14 1
Batteries Dauss and Ainsmith;
Bayne and Billings.
Cleveland 8, Chicago 0.
CLEVELAND, O.. May 7. Cleveland
today defeated Chicago by the same
score as yesterday. 8 to 0. Mails was
effective, especially with men on
bases. The champions drove Wilkin
son from the box in three innings.
The score:
R. H. E.l R. H. E.
Chicago 0 5 OlCIeveland. .8 14 0
Batteries Wilkinson, Hodge and
Schalk, Yaryan; Malls and O'Neill.
Gus Pope of Washington Tosses
Discus 115 Feet 4 Inches.
Team Score Is 88 to 43.
SEATTLE, Wash.. May 7. Two Pa
cific coast conference records were
broken In the Oregon-Washington
dual track meet here today, won by
the University of Washington. 88 to 43.
Arthur Tuck of the University of
Oregon set a new mark for the javelin
throw at 102 feet 4 inches, and Gus
Pope of Washington threw the discus
145 feet 4 inches.
Tuck addfd an Inch to his own rec
ord in a special throw of 192 feet 4
inches at the close of the meet.
Tuck broke the national intercolle
giate and club record of 192 feet 2
inches, made by Milton Angier of the
Illinois Athletic club at Chicago in
After eight events had been run off
Washington was leading by 26 points
and was never headed.
Jciuie and Pcrrine Featnres of Track
Meet at Pullman.
PULLMAN, Wash., May T. Per
formance of two Olympic games con
testants features the dual meet here
this afternoon between Washington
State college and the University of
Idaho, which the former won, 79
points to 62.
Eldon Jenne. Olympic pole vaulter,
was the individual point winner for
Washington State, with 13 points. He
was first in the pole vault, the broad
Jump and the high Jump. Elon (Pat)
Perrine, another Olympic contestant,
starred for the University of Idaho,
with 13 points. In the two-mile race
Rowles, Washington State college
made the distance in 9:47, two seconds
under the northwest conference record.
added to the official list of swimming
and diving chumpiomships. All addi
tions are outdoor events and include
both junior and acnior men and
women s races.
I T. Morris Dunne, secretary-treasurer
of the Pacific Northwest asso
ciation, has Just received the list of
awards of the events. None waa
awarded to the Northwest associa
tion. Following la the complete list
of awards:
Outdoor swimming, senior men
Fifty yards. Dulutli Boat club; 220
yards breast stroke. Southern Pacifio
association: 440 yards breast stroki.
Metropolitan" association; ISO yards
back stroke. Hawaiian association;
relay 4"0 yardx, four men. Central as
sociation; fancy diving, Detroit Ath
letic club.
Outdoor wrlmmlnor. Junior men
Fifty yards. Hawaiian association;
220 yards breast Klroke. Southern
Pacific association: 440 yards breast
stroke. Metropolitan association: 16(1
yards back atroke, Southern l'aclfio
association; 400 yards relay, four
men. Metropolitan association; fancy
diving. Metropolitan association.
Outdoor swimming, senior women
Fifty yards, Womcn'r Swimming as
sociation of New York: 120 yards
breast stroke. Pacific association; 1B0
yards back atroke, Central associa
tion; relay. 400 yards, four women.
Women's Swimming Asaoclntion of
New York; fancy diving, Women's
Swimming Association of New York.
Outdoor swimming. Junior wonn ii
Fifty yards, Hawaiian association;
220 yards brcnt strnlir. Metropolitan
association; ISO yards back stroke.
Metropolitan association: relay. 4"0
yards, four women. Metropolitan as
sociation; fancy diving. Metropolitan
56 TO 58.
TRACK MEET, 9 9 TO 2 3.
Michigan Boats Ohio State,
COLUMBUS, O., May 7. First place
by Stipe in the hammer throw, the
last event of the day, gave Michigan a
69-to-68 victory over Ohio State in a
fast field and track meet today. Local
records fell right and left as first one
and then the other team took the lead.
Colorado College Wins.
Colorado college defeated the Colo
rado schoolapf mines at baseball today
15 to 9. In the golf matches, Colo
rado college won by a score of 9 to 5.
Xorth Pacific College Wins Game
Hampered by Nagging.
North Pacific college baseball team
defeated the Multnomah Amateur Ath
letic club nine on Multnomah field by
a score or a to z. una game was
slowed up by continual nagging on
the part of .the player.
Both teams scored two runs in the
first inning, getting off to an even
start. Butler and Narence of North
Pacific and Matilla of the clubmen
each made a three-base hit.
A. feature of the game was a double
play by Jay Fox of the club team, un
assisted. Score:
R, H. E. R. H. E.
North Pac. 6 5 lMultnomah. 2 8 4
Batteries Merrill, Quessenberry and
Terry; B'eeon, Lewis and Helmcke.
Umpire Sergeant Harvey Davis. V.
S. marine corps. .
Baker Oets 47 and La-Grande 75
Points in Contest.
LA GRANDE, Or., May 7. (Spe
cial.) la the dual track meeting this
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Arthur Tnefc, Tnlveralty of Orea
athlete, who shattered natloaal In
terrolleciate ana club Javelia throw
record at Seattle yeaterday with a
to. of 103 fret 3 Inches. Thr former
reeord of 182 feet 2 Inchea m held
by Meltoa Angler of the IlUnoU
Athletic club.
Miller High Point Winner, Placing
In Shot Put, High Jump, 2 20
Yard and- 410-Yard Dashes.
LEGE, Corvallis, Or., May 7. (Spe
ciaL) Jefferson high school track
team took a 99 to 23 defeat at the
hands of the Oregon Aggie freshmen
Saturday afternoon. Miller of the
Oregon Aggies was high point man
with 15 points, winning first in the
shot put, tying for first in the high
jump and second in the 220-yard and
440-yard dashes. Dodge and Ger
hardt of the Oregon Aggie rooks and
Kelsey of Jefferson tied for second
Mile Wright, first; Podge. second:
Walker, third. Oregon rooks' time. 4:M.l.
liKl-yard dash Crlppen, rooks. tlrt:
Gcarharrit, rooks, acennd; Higgiua, Jet
lerson, third. Time, 10.2.
21M-yard dash Crlppen, rooks, first;
Miller, rooks, second; lligglns, Jefferson,
third. Time. 2.1.8.
100 high hurdles Gearhardt. rooks.
first; Taggart. rooks, second; Uikeimao.
rooks. thid. Time, 17 flat.
440-yard dash Dodge, rooks. first;
Miller, rooks, second; Wilbur, Jeffer&on,
third. Time. 55 flat.
20 low hurdles ciearhardt, rooks, first;
Kelsey,- Jefferson, second; Taggart. rooks,
third, i Time, 2.t.
Half mile fodge. rooks, first: Wright,
rooks, second; Walker, rooks, third. Time.
Pole vault Kelsey, Jefferson, first;
Garrtty, rooks, second: Williams, rooks,
third. 10 feet 4 Inches.
Relay Won by O. A. C. team com
posed of Garrity, Uearhardt and Crlppen
In l:3 riat.
Shot put Miller,
rooks, second;
feet 7 In.
Discus Stewart,
rooks, second
Bm.H in m t Kelsey. Jefferson, first;
k.iiid. rook. second; Ronmin, rooks.
-ki. Ol f..i 1 Inrh.
Hiih 1umo Powell and Miller, rooks.
tied for first at 5 feet 2 Inchea; Shaver,
Jefferson, thlro.
Javelin Garden, Jefferson,
man, rooks, second: Simon.
rooks, first: Simon.
Dixon, rooks, third. 41
rooks, first:
Whltten, Jefferson,
. first; Rose-i
rooks, third.
Thomas Hiekey Jr. Reported Elec
trocuted in Butte Comity.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7. Thomas
Hickey Jr, ex-pitcher for the San
Francisco Baseball club and Santa
Clara college athlete, was electro
cuted today at Biggs. Butte county,
according to a special dispatch re
ceived by the San Francisco Call. No
details of his death were given.
Hickey played on the Santa Clara
college rugby team which defeated
Stanford, and on graduation In 1919
signed up with the Seals. According
to relatives he turned down contracts
with the New York Nationals and
Philadelphia Americans while in col
Race on Lake Carnegie Is Won by
Third of Boat Length.
PRINCETON, N. J., May 7. Prince
ton won the varsity boat race on Lake
Carnegie today by one-third of a
boat dength. The navy was second
ar.d Harvard third. The unofficial
time was 9 minutes 49 seconds.
The Harvard freshman eight de
feated the Princeton regular frh
man crew b ythree lengths. No time
was announced. The distance was
1 miles.
Princeton won the junior varsity
eight-oared crew race by six boat
lengths. Harvard waa second. No
time was announced.
Aniatenr Athlctlo Union Tabulates
LM of Awards.
At the last annual meeting of tha
Amateur Athletio Amnion events were
One-Mile Run Is Taken by J. lump,
bell and 410 la Captured
by Stevenj-on,
PRINCETON', N. J.. May 7. Tala
won the dual track and field meet
with Princeton here today by the score
of ( to 48.
The summary:
One-mile run Won lv .T. Cumnl,,-':.
Yale: H. S. Iteed. Vain, second ; K. C. V an
Uer Pyl, Yale, third. Time, 4 20 l -J.
440-yard dash Won by Hlci'enson.
Princeton: second, Cnxe, Vale; lhlrl,
Johnson, Princeton. Time. 4 4-." sei-onii.
Sevenson bruke Princeton's record for
the distance, which was 4:i flat.
shotput Won hy Halsey. Princeton ;
second. Jordan. Yale: third. 'Keek. I'rlnc
ton. Distance. 411 feet Inch. Haifv
broke Princeton's record, which Was 4j
feet t inch..
120-yard hurdles Won br Mascv,
Princeton; second, shedden. Vale; ihtid,
Heffelflriger, Yale. Time 15 4-J seconds.
Two-mile run Won by Rogers. Prlnco
ton: second, steers, Princeton
100-yard run Won by Feimnan, Yale;
second, Lourle, Princeton; third, Cow tea,
Vale. Time, in 1-5 seconds.
High .tump Won by Landon, Yale; sec
ond, tie between Hannpn, Yale and Brown,
Yale. Height, 6 feet i Inrhet.
220-yard hurdles Won by Tay'or,
Princeton: second, Mi'Shey, Princeton:
third. Heffelflnger, Yale. Time, -" 1-J
Haif-mlle run Won by Campbell. Yale:
second, b'iemana, Yale; third. Conov.r
Princeton. Time. 1 :.". 4-5.
Broad Jump Won by I.ourle, Princeton;
second. Cowles, Yale: third. Gray, Prince
ton. Distance. 2:1 feet V, inch.
hummer throw Won by Speers, Prince
ton; second, Crlnksbank, "Y'ale: third, Ku
lan. Prince ton. Distance, 100 feel 1 4-5
Pole vault Won by Gardner. Yale: sec
ond, Rogers. Y'ale; third, ilrown, Ya..
Height. 12 feet Inches.
220-yard run Won by Feldman. Yale;
aecond. Stevenson. Princeton; third Schilt
er, Yale. Time, 22 seconds.
Princeton's Crews Ixe.
PRINCETON. May 7. Princeton's
second and third freshman crews were
defeated by the Choate school eight
from Walllngford. Conn., on Carnegie
lake today by a slight margin over
the Henley distance of one mile and
fjve-slxteenths. The Princeton third
crew finished secand and the second
freshman eight cross the line last.
Official times were: Freshmen
10:20 1-5. second varsity 10:20. varsity
Broad Jump Reiord Broken.
COLUMBUS, O., May 7. The Big
Ten running broad Jump record of
22 feet 11 Inches was broken today by
Stinchcomb in the dual meet of Michi
gan and Ohio State. The Ohio man
hung up a record of 23 feet 1 Inch.
Iowa Stale College Win,
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., May . I'ra-
aeutlna a well-balanced team liial
captured nine firsts In 18 events, tha
Iowa State college of Ames dareaieu
Minnesota on tha field and track to
day, 84 to 6
College Baseball Results. '
At Philadelphia rrlnceton Penn
sylvania 8.
At Baltimore First game. Annapo
lis Midshipmen 1, University of Wrst
Virginia 4. ;
MoLeNh Heads Harvard Toerit.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., May 7. A. D.
McLelsh, of Helena, Montana, was
elected captain of the Harvard bas
ketball team today.
Michigan Beats) Ohio Slate.
COLUMBUS. O.. May 7. Michigan's
tennis team defeated Ohio slate here
today, taking three of the five sets
played. v
University of Nebraska Win.
LINCOLN, Neb., May 7. Tha Uni
versity of Nebraska won the annual
track meet from the University of
Kansaa U4 1-3 to r2 Z-3 here today.
Iowa Beats orth western.
IOWA CITY", Iowa, May ".Iowa
won the dual track meet with North
western today, loo to 40.
Wise Permits Only Seven 11 its;
Score Is S to 3.
EUGENE, Or., May 7. (Special)
Columbia University defeated the Eu
gene high school basebull tuam, i to
3, at Eugene Friday.
Wise pitched fine ball for tlx
Portlandcrs, fanning ten men, giving
but seven hits, and passing only ona
Skinner for Eugene was touched for
IS bingles, and rave two passes,
while striking out ten men. Heavy
slugging by Stockton. Smith nn '
Btinrno, and a double play unasslMc.l
by Dwyer, featured ths game. Th.
n. ir. E. n h. k.
Columbia. .5 15 J Kugene ...3 7 '
Batteries Wise and Stockton:
Skinner and K.lncald. .