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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL', PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 21, 1904.'
TACOMA WINS PITCHERS' BATTLE
X A. HOrVAN
Robinson & Cb's
NORDYKE IS STAR
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AMD OTIBiU STaBB WtPTilim
OBXAT CATCX. ' .
Portland, July 10. Sporting Kdltor,
The Journal. City. Dnr Sir Will you
kindly answer the following aueatlon ac
cording to official score.r's,Teord to Bat
tle a little dlnpute that haa been pend
ing for two weeka, until Anally It haa.
been agreed by both aldea to leave the
decision to you.
1 Who la the best first baeeman In
the league; fielding and batting?
1 Who la considered to be the beat
"pinch hitter, according' to official rec
I What can be aald of Caatro. both
a a fielder and what' la tola batting rec
ord to date?.'".,-'
My friend make the assertion that
Caatro la the pooreat all-round man In
the Portland team, and I aay he la the
beat;, ualng patter, er at least-as-good
Judgment aa any man In tha team,- or, in
Very greatly oblige,
Tacoma. 1; Portland, 0. '
Overall and qrahamihjrimagL
I Teaterdaya game between the Tigers;
and Browne was the llneat pitchers'
battle In the "Gome ground thla year.
and It waa no disgrace for. Portland to
loae IL Jaka Thlelman ospoeed Overall
f and eo far aa hlta were concerned tha I fact
college star. There la no telling how I
n & wm ! . him mrmm rmn . . . m. . .
- --- .. . - m f liouii roraysa or iirnmi is oy iunn
J Raymond stopped Thlelman a rather-wild f ads the beat drat baseman In the Coaat
throw in we nttn inning, wnicn resuueo iMru. j. ficldlne-. batting and baaerun
in I icomi a oniy run. mi j i nine.
Tom Delehanty of Seattle, so- far this
Reason, la -considered- the beat "pinch
hitter" In the Coaat league.
Caatro la the beet fielding second base
man. In the Coast league. To date Caa
tro' a batting average la about .286.
Caatro la a clever player arid when In
condition la not aurpaaaed by any player
In the league In fielding. Slnee joining
Portland Caatro haa been laid up aev-
aral times, ones for five weeka and
several tlmee Buffering from minor In
juries. In the game at Bedro-Wooley on
Monday he wag lilt on the elbow by a
ball that took a false bound and waa
out of Tuesday's game aa a conaequence.
Hie arm waa ao aore than ha couldn't
hold his bat properly. He thoroughly
understands baseball. J. A- H.
WINNING RUNNERS -
- . ON THE TRACKS
(Journal Special i ska )
. St. Loula, July II. Fair grounda sum
One-mils,- selling-Ladaa wonr time.
Six furlongs Miss domes won; time,
Mile and three furlongs. Bailing Atlj-
ena won; time, l:OTH.
hlx furlongs Loretta IS. won; time.
l:lf.- r rx '
One mile St Agnes won; time, l:4tt
" Seven furlongs Caterpillar Von; time,
; wia-e BBSs .
.' At BUwthorae. ,-''''
Chicago, July 21. Hawthorns sum
mary: ' ' ' J
One mile Jerry Lynch won; time.
J to win. the game. Both pitchers were
" nerformlna brilliantly. Overall waa
5 terror to the local sluggers and fanned
10 of them la lightning ahape. Thlel-
man would not .allow tha Tigers to put
their claws on more than one safe swat.
But while Overall had perfect support.
' Thlelman' was bad, live errors being
t made behind him. which, of eourae, mart
hla work more difficult than Overalls.
Several times a hit would have dona the
' trick for Portland, but Overall would
" rome to the front and fan the batter.
V In the ninth Inning, with a man on sec.
ond and one out. and the crowd pulling
i' like horses for Portland, tha Brownlea
-could not connect for a single. . In the
r last Inning, had Campbell, made a hit.
T Two7nih would "have -waltoped-tionTa.
P but. with three Imlla and two strikes on
f. him. big Overall struck him put and
.' ended the suspense.
V It was a great gams and, although It
r was too bad to have lost It, tha fana
left for home feeling satisfied that
f Thlelman outpltched the mighty Overall
and that Taeoma'a run came on a' bad
error. It was a pretty gams to watch.
Xadeau'a catch 'of Overall's great drive
to tha fence was easily tha moat dlffl-
cult catch tnade here In many days.
' The smash looked good for a home run,
bat It came down like a shot and Phil
squeesed iip close and cinched It against
tha fence. Overall had everything. Hla
won: time. !;.
. Six furlongars-Cllfton Forge won; tuna,
One mile Bragg won; time. 1:40 4-1.
Six furlong's Delcarina won;' time,
1:14. . .' ; . ,
, five furlongs Monts won; tlmel:02.
'. ' At' Seattle. '
July 21. Results
selling Mastsr .won;
time, 1:18. .
Seven furlongs, aelllng Gladys Belle
won; time, 1:2.
Flve end a half furlongs. sailing
Alice Carey Won; time, 1:08.
One mile, Tacoma handicap Blu
Eyea won; time. 1:404,.
Six and a half furlongs, sailing Bellq
Reed won; time, 1:20V.
' Six furlongs, purse--Inetructor won;
-At Brighton Beach.-
IS SERIOUSLY ILL
There la sorrow among football en
thusiasts of the University of California
at the present time, the cause of which
la the serious Illness of "Heine" Ilelt
mullerth captain of the "varsity. Heltr
muller haa been spending hla vacation at
Jacksonville, in thla state, where he haa
JJew York, July 21. Brighton Beach
Five and a half furlongs, selling
Fleur de Mare won; time. 1:07. -
Steeplechase, about two miles Good
and Plenty won; time. 4:27 1-8.
Mile and a sixteenth, aelllng Cleve
land won; time, 1:47. ;
BIX furlongs, oiencove handicap
' Lady. Amelia won; time, i.ll 1-6.
Mile and a furlong, handicap Water
Boy won; time, 1:61.
rive and ' a - half furlongs Diamond
Flush won; time, 1:08.
curve ball end drop wers thrown Juet n became 111, and ao aerloua was hla
' aa 1st i Vtss avfrw-ekflawTrl Attaei M9A . . .... ....
, mm aBjre7T-v ea a gaas w v n
when- It cams to a pinch, his curves
eaeflv' fooled the voumrstera. Thtel-
caae that ha was taken to Med ford He
became no better, and finally he was
sent to his home In Oakland. Phyal.
man's work was superb; In. truth,, his clana now U)f that unleas hs becomes
perrormance waa oeiwsr imn ma uppw
..nent's, but not ao spectaouur.
V Thai Tagraal Tally.
Charlie Grahim led off In the fifth
: with a hit to Raymond, which' the little
. fellow failed to handle and Charlie waa
,f eafe. Overall bunted down the alley, I
. and Thlelman threw to catch Graham at
7 second, but thbaU went paet Raymond
Ilka a ahot, and ambled between Dren-
, nen s legs, going clear to tne tence.
better In tha near future aa operation
rill have to be performed. Thla will
keep Heltmuller from the "grid" for at
least the f Irat half of tha season, and
perhaps Ills, physicians will not allow
hlra to play at all.
allowing Graham to score whlls Overall I Cincinnati
i, .4111 V, 1 . " ..Huvnw.
and Sheehaqr hH to Castro, who threw
V Overall out at. the plate. Sheehan was
t nipped a moment later trying to purloin
.-second, by a beautiful throw from Bteel-
, BIS. ,..':. .'.'..,
Ths score foTtowsr- '.",' - -
'. ' AB.R.H. PO. A. E.
' Nadeau. 1. f. 4 0 0 2 0 0
McCreedte, r. f. 4 0 2 2 0
.. Tlrennen. a. f. ....... I SO 0 0 1
., Beck, lb. t 1 2
'. Raymond, a. a ...... 4 0 0 4 4 2
- Campbell. 8b. 8 0 110
I raatro. 2b 2 0 0 2 4 1
Steelman. c 2 0.620
I Thlelman, p. ..80 11 1 1
St. Louia ..40
Boston . . ,, .28.
Brooklyn . . 20
Philadelphia 18 "
Re H C
.4 4 2
Pittsburg . .
New York 8 2
Batterlee Flaherty and Bmitn; Araee
and Bowerman. empires O'Day and
Totals . ....
Poyle, r. f. .......... 4
Sheehan. 2b. ........ 4,
Nordyke. lb. ......, 2
Kaitan, a a. 2
Lynch, c' f. 4
Casey, 2b. ......... 2
McLaughlin, L t ....
Graham, c ......... 2
.10 I 27 II (I
' AB, R. H. PO. A. K.
Kling;. Fraser and Roth.
Philadelphia . . . .
At Chicago. .
.4 11 1
A , 0
0 , 0
0 i 0
. At naolaaatL
Cincinnati... ......6 8. 1
Brooklyn 4 10 1
Batterlea cwing ana ncniei: uarvin.
Jones and Bergen. Umpire Johnstone
, Won. Loat
Totals ...2 1 1 27 U 0
RUNS AND HITS BT INNINGS.
Portland . .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hlta . . ........0 Mltl ll
Tacoma - . ....... 0 0 0 1 0 0
' Hlta ., 01000 1
Stolen bases McCreedle. Campbell.
' Basea on balls Off Thlelman, 4; off
. Overall, 2. Struck out By Thlelman, 8:
by Overall, 10. Double plays Raymond
to Beck; Graham to Eagan. Left on
basea Portland. : Tacoma. 8. Hit by
pitched ball Nordyke. Passed ball
Steelman. Time of game One hour and
Boaton . . ............60 -- 27
New York . 48 . 80
Chicago -. . ...........47 82 -
Philadelphia . ..42 81
Cleveland .......... ..40 21
St: Loula . 21 41
Detroit . . . 21 44
Washington . . 14 .60 '
St. Louis , ........0
Umpires O'Connell and
BAOZRO COAST UAOVB.
! Angeles .....
T 1 1
Batteries Howell and Kahoe; Flank
and Powers. ':....
- 1 R. II. E
Washington ..;...0 4 7
Chicago , .'...8 16 0
Hatteriea fatten, jownsena ana
Klttredge;' Smith and McFarland.
At Bew Tork.
R. H. K.
Detroit . . 11 16 2
New York T 8
Batteries Kitaon and wood: l'owelL
Clarkaon and Klelnow.
At Boetoa. - .
First rams ... R. H. E
Cleveland 6 6 0
Boaton 1 ,7 4
Batteries Moore ana ilemis; Gibson
Second arama R. It E.
Cleveland . . 17 4
0 0 1
LOCAL OARSMEN ARE
CONFIDENT OF VICTORY
' Tha' oarsmen who will represent the
Portland Rowing club- In the regatta
Friday and Saturday have taken a de
cided Impetus In their training alnce
the arrival of the rival crews have
been turning out on the local eourae
and are trying harder than ever to get
Into ahape that will land tha bulk of tha
svanta to their favor.
It Is evident that tha Vancouver lads
have adopted the stroke of tha James
Bsy aggregation, and they eould not
have done better, for In grace and rapid'
Ity of recovery It cannot be beaten.
They are ehowlng up particularly wall
In the Junior four, and, aa the Portland
boys are virtually an unknown quantity
in this event, the outcome is doubtful.
Ambrose's crew defeated Frohman'a crew
Tuesday - afternoon for the possession
or the coveted cedar shell, but tha van.
qulshed ones claim thatthelr opponents
had a decided advantage In the weather
which, being rather rough, was a hind'
ranee to a light crew. Their opinion la
shared by a large number of. admirers.
who say that tha amall fellows will
spring, a surprise when tha race Is run
off tomorrow.. .
Owing to the many times In former
years that the James Bay people have
carried off the honora, thay are generally
oonoeded to have the aenior four event
well in hand. The opinion la not shared
by Coach Percy Stowell, however, for he
says that though the visitors may look
prettier from the grandstand, it takea
beef to propel a- acow, and that beef
he is prepared to furnish In the ahape
of tha four husky glanta who will rep
- Tha beauty of tha style used by the
Victorias Is remarked upon by every'
body who sees them work. The outrlg-
glng of their boat la high, enabling them
to take a graceful stroke with a quick.
nil. 1 m i .1, . ....'....J. .
.Debrlaay and Gloss have Wt twice
before in the senior singles snd each
haa a victory to hia credit. The rivalry
between the men la keen and thla event
la sura to be exciting. Lamheraon and
Patton are also entered in, the alnglea
They are both veteran oarsmen with
more than enough craftlneea and muacle
to make their chancea good.
Choice of what's left of our en-
: tire stock for T , - . -: -
all's Croat FlteMng.
Los Angeles. July 21. Hall waa ln-
. ' TinciDi y eaieraajr, ana ins eeaie could
Co nothing with his offerings. Score:
r a c
I xe Angeles . ..2001000 2 6 1
. San Fran 0000 1 0 0 0 1 2 2
Batterlea Hall and Smith; Whalen
' ; Oaklaad's Timely Blta.-
San Francisco. July 2L Oakland's
' hits ware moat opportune and Seattle
went down the Una enee mora . Score:
" ' " R. H. IS.
1 Seattle . ... . . .1 t 0 0 0 4 6 1
Oakland 0 2 1 1 1 6 1
Batterlea C Hall and Wilson:
Buchanan and Byrne. Umpire McCar-
ny. t u
. ; BACirzo batiobai. xjiaoub.
Twelve Xaalags at Boiee. :
Botes, Idaho. July 21. Although Mc
'Farlan waa touched-up for It hits yes-j
terday, hla team won out In the Twelfth
-Bo4t ....1 11 2 12 -
Hutte . ....21 2 1 It 1
Batterlea McFarlan and .Hanson;
noon ana ewinoeiis. . ......
" K "' - ' Beelek Waa Bit Bars.
Salt Lake City, July 21. Eselck waa
hit bard yesterday and Spokane had no
dlfnaulty in winning, score; -
... R. n.R.
Ppokane . 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 6 11 2
Halt lke 00 0 1 1 0001 2
Batteries fOemmann and Stanley;
Jealck and Hauaen. I'mplre tavla
v Bonne school, Tom Tracer, 10 4th at
Batterlea Joss and: Abbott; Tounc.
Winter and Crlger.
POSTS AT SFOXABB.
"' (Journal Special Service.)
Spokane. Waah., 'July 81. The Spo
kane Amateur Driving club, which gave
ao many good races at the fair grounds
this cprlng, la now planning to put on a
number of eventa during the Interstate
fair meet here this fall. Tha plan la to
give about three or four races In a week
snd thus keep up tha Interest In ama
There will be no football at Gonsaga
college this fall. This la the decree of i
nm ,inHiK.r vi Biiiieiitja. i iiri v .una
been, a prejudice at Gonsaga agalnat
football for several years, and for a
time the students wars not allowed to
play. The members of that Institu
tion are not opposed to the game, but
h parent of. the. students.
There are a number of good players
at tne cnuege wno win nave to oe sat
isfied with following tha games of other
The decision of Gonsaga will compel
the high school and other school teams
to go- elsewhere for gamea
OREGON YACHT CLUB
TO HOLD BAND CONCERT
The members of the yacht club will
hold a recaption and concert at the
club house. Grand avenue and Ellsworth
street on Saturday 1 evening, t to 10
o'clock. . Brown's Park band will fur'
nlah tha mualo and tha yachta, club
house and floats will be dressed with
lanterns and flaga - Tha publlo ia In
vited to enjoy the musio and the Illum
inations. . Extra cars will leave Third
and TamhUl streets for the club house
every few minutes.
A fine view of the Illuminations of
the yachts can be had from the river
and hundreds of people will avail them
selves of the opportunity by viewing
the entertainment from smau boats and
TACOMA IS v BASEBALL ' CBABT.
Bob Hill of tha Tacoma Ledger haa
been .sent to Portland, arriving here
this R)ornlng..to cover the preeent aef-
les In which the Tlgera are battling
for pennant honors, for that paper. Mr.
Hill states that Tacoma Is baseball craiy
and tnat a grand reception la being
planned for tha pleyera upon their ar
rival In Tacoma. The feeling prevails In
Ttgertown that the combination under
Fisher can beat anything In uniform.
Both Thlelman and - Overall pitched
grand ball and the loser la entitled to aa
much credit aa the victor. Thlelman al
lowed only one hit to Overall's five,
while the big collegian struck 10 of the
Browns to three fanouts credited to our
Jake. , ,
Everyone noted the wonderful' Im
provement in Overall's work. "Ovle"
haa wonderful speed and fine curves,
and with a little more professional ex
perience In which to acquire control, not
even, Mat thewson, . MoGlnnlty, Cy Toung
or any of the other stare will have any
thing on the Berkeley lad. .
.'Jake. Thlelman and Erva Beck worked
the first to pitcher play perfectly, yes
terday, when Jake would cover the bag
on a alow hit to Beck. '
Phil Nadeau threw the crowd into
ecataclea when he caught Overall's ter
rific drive off thedeep left field fence
In the. third.
The wind robbed Beck of a homer on
hla first appearance at bat. lie hit a
high, fly which dropped just Inside the
fence at the flag pole and Mike Lynch
was under it when the ball cams down.
Some of these Hats were worth
' as high as $10.00i -
$1.50 and $3.00 Values, now
"'' " ' ' '"
, At prices never before quoted In this city. If
y pa need anything in this line, now ia the time to buy.
$3.00 Suit now. .. '.92.50
$3.50 Suit now. . . .f 3.00
$1.50 Suit now. . . .$1.00 ;
$2.50 Suit now. . . .$2.00
Made by John Forsyth.
AH thla aeason'a. goods,
regularly sold for 9AJ7S
will close them out Friday
and Saturday for only
Just the things for the seaside "
and . mountains ;j regular $2.50 v
. values, now
289 Washington Street Perkins Hotel
FOR PARTY RALLY
Franklin K. Lana of Ban Francisco,
one of the foremost Democrats of Cali
fornia and the party's candidate for gov
ernor In the last stats election, will be
one of the speakers at tha great mass
meeting which will be held In this olty
under tha ausplcea.of the Multnomah
Democratle club July 88 to endorse the
nominations for president and vloe-pree-ldent
made by the Bt, Loula convention.
Mr. Lane waa Invited to be present at
the rally In thla city and a telegram was
received from- him yesterday accepting;
the invitation. .
The meeting will probably be held In
the open air. Boms of the most promi
nent Democrats of the state will make
addresses. A preliminary meeting will
be held thla - evening at Foreaters
hall to make neceeaary arrangements.
and all Democrats are Invited to attend.
A new Democratic club Is soon to be
formed under the susplces of the coun
ty central committee. . This waa deter.
mined st .a meeting of the commit.
tee. - Democrats Will be Invited
to meet August 10 for the purpose -of
organising the club. - It is only a few
weeks sines the Multnomah Democratle
club was formed, snd ths now organ'
ganlsatlon that la to be organised la ths
outgrowth of paat dlfferencee between
the two wings of ths party. The two
factions were suppoaed to have burled
the hatchet, but a disposition is mani
fest to revive the old feud.
A New Comer.
The most recent valuable addition to
the Portland commercial world Is the
Underwood Typewriter, a visible writ
ing, high-grade machine, one that em
bodies all that la good in the old-time
'blind.' or "up-side-ddwn" writing ma
chines, and at the sams .time has none
of the objectionable features so familiar
to operators. The Underwood ia
equipped with a tabulator without
extra cost. The agency la located tem
porarily at No. IS Front street, and Is
In charge of competent, experienced
Base Ball Base Ball
aJUUV 33, 33 and 34
: maoasATioTsT iab
Twaaty-thlrd and Yang ha atresia. . .;.
Qaiae called 1:10 p. m. Sunday, 1:10 p.m.
Admlaaton 25 centa; Children II centa
Ladles' Days Thursday and Friday.
- JOURNAL COUPON -f
Friday Matinee, July M, 1004.
This coupon, when presented at
box office, good for 6o toward ad
mission. . .
PORTLAND CLUB CA FE
I3 Fifth Strst, Between Waablngtoa b4 AMor
, HEIlVnTACE WHISKEY.
All Leading Brands of CIsars. Lqnch at 9 p. m.
COMING The Great
One day only. July it. 1 and n. m.
Bhow ground, Havler and Twenty-first
streets Admission: Adults, 60c; Chil
dren, 36o. -
Two male and ens female Chlneae and
a 1-year-old boy were taken off tha orl
ental liner Aragonla, which arrived In
port last Thursday, by Sheriff Word.
They will be held at tha county jail
awaiting deportation, having eoma Into
the country in violation of the exclusion
lawa The men are Chin Ark and Lee
Olt; the woman Lee Moy. Her little
eon haa the big nam or Loo Hoo Chin
Bin. ' Her husband was taken to the
hospital, aerlouiy 111, when ths vessel
reacnen port. '
la tklo Mcagto yes t mM
ttwdor. TtU U tao Uno SUo,
TRP RlfPD THFsTDP
shs. snsLa iiiuiiait 9(T1
eerge U Baker. Sols Lessee aad Mauagss.
Tealtht. All Week, Hatlnee da tarda,
the Baker Tbeatre Oompeny la
A clever eoowdy la three acta, 'by I. B.
Bveabur prices, l&e, tSe, Me, Bos. '
MaUaee, lOe, too, SSc.
Vest Week, Oommeadng Sunday Matins,
"T-ITTLg LOBB FAITaTTUBOT." -
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EAST PORTLAND -
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Manufacturer of ''
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And ths Universal Combination Fenos
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' $3 Per Day and Upward
mAOQUAKTBRS FOR TOURISTS AND OOaft
-i MBRCIAL TRAVBLERS , ;. ,
SDeolal rates mads to families aadT amais arantlemen. A modern TniklsSi
kaU stabllstuaeat la tba hoteL , O. (X BOWBAs Managaa.
1U and WasMogtoa. , Pboae Main 4T0T.
Broadway Sloe's Big Bxtravagaaaa ,
UP TO DATE3
Aa eM eptra with uv trimmlnga.
. loe. tot . an.
Saada ssetlBee and smilnt aad relay sights
' Tae bams ef aellte vanAsvllU.
OsatiBanM perfarsiaeeas from t to 4:M a.
SnaOsrs, enntlnas I to 10:10 p. at.
Bvenlsg perrorsuorM fro la T to 10:60 s. at
Any seat In the thratre, .
' BLASIBB BBOC '
OOBCBBT EVBBt BISaTt. :
Poertk snd Stark Btreeta
The tnple of Portland ensTdrsarlna.
a , vaaaenue zaeawe ec aatnei aei
, Brarf evening st 1:00 o'clock,
ltxtlnee trrrt SiinrtuT, In s,
lAii ADinssioii ymtx.
- (Ooraer Alder aad Seventa.)
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Tats sd snd lOe will admit two people aay
. aauDN sxcrpx iwnaars sna HoMOaa,
TZB OKBTS BO KlLRXB. .
BVBNTH AND WAaHIItOTOB.
t:15 to e A T1S te 10:80.
Sunday cvNTTrtrmrrs bom a to lo-aa
rOB LADIRS. OENTtCMBN ANO CHILD lUi at.
AaMiuion lta win to ant sut.
OBSP rim, lrea,. M. U, BBOWB. Me.
Ttm. HOME OP' ,
twe skews sally at S aad 0 0, sv
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Will make special low school rates In -order
that all achool children may oome
and have their teeth cared for during
These ar ths onty dentists 1n Port
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to apply to the guma for Painless Ex-,
trading. Filling and Crowning Teeth,;
and guaranteed or ten yeara, .
Fun Set of Tecta 13.00
Crowns and Bridge Werk at
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Buotloa will hold yons teeth ap,
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