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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1909.
Naughton Writes About Pugdom
O. A. C. Downs Albany A. C.
Eastern Football and Racing
Sunday Journal's Page of Sports
Local Football Notes Coast
League Games White Sox Beat
Cube Bowling. Baseball. Golf.
Edited by I. A. HORAN
Everything in Sportdom
KAUFMAN TO BOX
Heavyweights Matched to Fight
in Bay City on Last
Night of Month.
fEACH MAN HAS LARGE
CIRCLE OF BACKERS
Naughton Writes About the Hopes
; and Chances of the Men Who Are
f in Limelight of Pugilism Light
weight Situation Is Clearing Up.
By W. W. Nsughton.
i 8pcll nup.tch i7 Lessee Wlr to Tk MmI)
San Francisco. Oct. II. While dis
ftcusslng the heavyweight situation last
3 week I suggested that It would be a
good Idea to match Sam Herger and Ai
tufman. Now I am In a position to re-
that all arrangements have been
for a 10 round contest between
Etna two stalwart San Franclscsns. They
tare to meet at Dreamland, in tnis cuy,
under the auspices of the local fieht
trust en the last night of the present
The event will be of particular inter
est to Ssn Francisco sporting men.
rajer and Kaufman learned what tney
tow of the Queefesberry gsme in this
fltv and thev each have a large follow
ing here. They are well matched both
"as to age and physique, each men being
a veritable young giant.
As the professional highway is com-
ttlvely strange to the reel or tnese
ithful huskies there is ample reason
for assuming that both of them are
bbllng over with ambition ana tnat
are thoroughly innocent or am-
It la the belief that they are aa deep
ly Imbued with feelings of rivalry aa
two young DUCKS on me mountain sine
prise fights sre to be. It Is but
the younger bloods of the sport
from travel-worn, purse-hungry
who have decided that the
iss ids til ii la a cood deal of a will o'
So far there la Just one fslse note in
BergeT-Kaufman go, and that Is Ber-
Is no reason on earth why he
be paid more than the other mah.
aa some one suggests. It be on
score that he dresses better than
opponent and baa more expensive
It ban kssstas a common thing for a
fighter with a long record of victories
to show a mercenary spirit In framing
the terms of a match and bis excuses
for doing so Is thst he risks his all In
the prestige and money-earning line and
has to be recompensed by heavy Insur
ance, aa It were.
An untried man. Mot Berger. can avail
himself of no such defense, however.
The only explanation possible of Sam's
tactics Is that he la less eager to fight
thsn Kaufman, and Is therefore better
able to drive a hard bargain. The man
who la willing aa a rule has to knock
under to the nan who Is holding back.
Now that one of my elimination bouts
aa come on the boards, I ahould like to
nee the other arranged. Reference la
made to a Johnson -O'Brien contest, an
affair the making of which will hardly
follow as closely on the heals of sug
gestion ss did the Berger -Kaufman
"1 wonder at you bespeaking consid
eration for Johnson," said a member of
the fight trust the "Asphyxiated club,"
Morris Levy calls' it to the writer.
"Why, no one criticised him more harsh
ly than you did over his showing with
Granted, frank friend, and it may be
aay privilege to criticise him harshly
again. Meanwhile I get to thinking oc
: caaionally of more than one clever flaht
On Johnson's nart. of which T wii a
witness, and then I wonder If the big
negro ahould be hounded all his life
because of a couple of wretched per
formances. The color oar is a terrible I
handicap of Itself, and In this particular
instance it seems to have accentuated
faults, or shortcomings, that have been
condoned time snd again in others. One
thing Is certain, if the old biblical
standard still prevails It will be eaay
enough to count the heavyweights who
FIT FOR A
And good enough for his
; wife, the duchess, are the
pure and wholesome liq
uors we are now offering
to our customers and the
public generally. In
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
etc., and in choice Old
Port and Sherry we posi
tively defy competition in
the. city. Red and White
Wines of various vintage.
'Try our Moselle and
Rhine Wines anything
we sell and you will be
Sure of satisfaction.
THE QUALITY STORE
Fifth and Stark Street.
Phone Main 849.
might via for the distinction of throw
lng the first stone st Johnson.
That TeUow Streak.
I could never satisfy myself thor
oughly as to what was the mstter with
Johnson when he failed to extend him
self. It msy have been "yellow streak,"
or It may have been "fighting to or
ders." 'Assuredly his contests with
Handy Ferguson and Marvin Hart were
frights, snd they were all the more dis
tasteful to the writer because he had
previous knowledge of what Johnson
could accomplish when the fighting
mood was on him.
At Los Angeles I saw him handle that
dangerous customer Frank Chllda like
a thorough workman, and I ssw him
dispose of big Sam MoVey In an almost
equally artistic fashion."
Hs oame oat of Mount Zloa hospital
one day, and, weak as he was, boxed
George Gardiner the same night. I was
there to see, and the way Gardiner waa
baffled and cuffed at every stage of
a fairly fast contest was Interesting to
If Johnson was out of the pugilistic
gams entirely and I waa asked to review
his career, I ahould aay he was a fellow
who while always possessing champion
ship mettle, fought like a demon one
time and like a dub the next.
Aa proof that he loafed In bis poor
fights and waan't really mastered, I
should point to the fsct that hs never
carried many bruises or abrasions out
of the ring with him.
SttU in the (Hum.
Bat he Isn't out of the game. He
wants another chance., and at the risk of
having to brand htm an ln-and-outer
once again I am willing to be a party to
the scheme for restoring him to good
Ho has a ripping good fight in him if
It should be coaxed out, and the best
man to put hint" to a thorough tost is
O'Brien may or may not agree to meet
Johnson ss long ss there are Trimbles
and Cooleys to be had for the asking.
Jack will no doubt defer the day of
reckoning with the negro. He will
hardly be able to advance as an excuss,
however, that he Intends journeying to
Australia to box Bill. Squires, for the
disquieting news la to hand from Mel
bourne that the pugilistic Jig Is about
It was Bookmaker Wren's big prop
ositions for the O'Brien-Squires and
other contests thst hsstened the day
of reckoning. The matter of preventing
pugilistic contests was brought up in
the leglslstive assembly, and later, after
a meeting of the state cabinet. Premier
Bent announcedVthst it hsd been decided
to introduce in parliament a bill for the
suppression of prise fights.
Aaked to define the meaning of the
term "prise fight." the premier re
plied: 'The bill will be prepared so aa
to prevent public exhibitions of boxing."
Under the circumstances, O'Brien may
thank his stars he broke his journey to
Australia last month.
The xaghtweirht svsaisn.
The lightweight situation Is clouding
up. Gans will not say anything fit for
publication concerning the searchlight
offer of 120.000 for a contest with Jimmy
Brttt until he hesrs from Battling Nel
son. The Dane atlll insists thst the terms
.for a return match with Gans ahall be
the same as before. This 'by soms la
accepted aa an intimation that Nelson
Is In no hurry to sign with Gans
Nelson Is maintaining - iIImm
ib iwpiy eloquent regarding the sug
gestion that he hook up with Brttt this
December in Ssn Francisco and poor
jimmy unit is up in the air.
Ha doesn't know who he will have for
a partner In the next pugilistic two
step. Among the rights to be decided before
the Idea of November happen along are
wiune i nompson-uicic Hyland and
Abe Attell-Harry Baker affairs. The
nrst of these will take place at Colraa.
and the other at Los Angeles.
The H . land-Thompson go will surely
be a slug from start to finish. All
these lads know about the business is
to stand close and pelt each other with
tlghtlv clenched flats
The other match, the Baker-Attell one.
win prooaoiy resemoie a spat between
a pair of humming birds. Each of these
boys is faster thsn the eccentric rigging
Of a sewing machine.
W. H. DANIEL CAPTURES THE
Good Purse Goes to Five-to-Ons-
Shot With Jockey Jones
(Special Diasetek by Leased Wire to The Journal)
Belmont Psrk Race Track. Oct. IS
The high tower erected by the New
fork poolroom Interests to eireumvent
the Plnkerton plans of screening the
Course from the room's agent waa dyna
mited today. The entire structure waa
completely demolished. The steel gir
ders ware twisted and bent Into a shape
less mass. As a result, the poolrooms
did not get s bit of information today
and . were outgeneraled by the Plnker
tona. The attractive program of three stake
races brought nearly 15.000 people to
the grounds. It waa a betting throng
and nearly J 00 books warn on the Mne
to handle the money. The track waa la
excellent condition and thla prevented
many scratches, ths stake eventa re
W. H. Daniels, the colt which sold
for 135,000 In the spring and which waa
generally voted s counterfeit captured
the Nursery handicap. Although he had
not been out in some time, he waa made
a choice and he rewarded his backers.
He had the speed to lead ail the way.
Seven furlongs Sewall (Natter). I to
1, won: Grapple secend; Penrhyn third;
time. 1.2 4-8.
About three miles. The Brook cup
handicap, steeplechase Alfsr (Flnne
gan), t to I. won; Collgny second; Jim
mle Lane third; time, $:07.
Six furlongs, ths Nursery handicap.
$1,000 added W. H. Daniel (Jones). I
to 1. won; Tourenne second; Altuda
third; time, 1:11 4-t.
Five and a half furlongs, 11.000
added Ben Strong (Swain), to to 1,
won; Acs High second; Royal Breese
third; time. 1:04 2-8.
Mile and three .quarters, the Muni
cipal handicap. $1,500 added Diaabllle
(Knapp). 4 to 1. won; Ironsides secend;
Miss Crawford third; Una, 3: ST $-5.
Mile handicap, $l,ooo added Orilene
(Harris), t to 1, won; Bivouac second:
Cedarstorm third: time. I ll 4-t.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
. . . Won. Lost. P. C.
Portland 10 4$ .$$4
Seattle t 7 .(40
San Francisco $4 74 .62$
Los Anseles It u
Oakland $ 40
t$ 10 .$21
Captain Swmrta, of the Schiller Bowl-
GREAT GAME WON
by m SOX
Pitchers Were Batted .All Over
the Field by the Excited
VICTORS WERE CEDITED
WITH SIX BIG ERRORS
Jones' Champions Drive Rullbech
snd Pfeister Prom the Box and
Make Inroads Upon Overall's
(Special Dlspsteb by Leased Wire te Tke Jeersal)
Chicago, Oct. II. oesplts the handi
cap of a bad case of the heaves which
afflicted Isbell, Davis snd Bohs today
In the West Bide ball lot. the White
Sox trimmed the fur off the Cubs In the
fifth game of the great series for the
world's championship and left them
naked and whimpering upon the sward.
The score was $ to t, but that doea not
begin to tell the talc of the direful
doings that ended only when the shades
of night were falling so fast that a
fly ball looked like a homing sparrow
In the sky.
There war 2S.267 fellow eltlssns of
tbe athletee present and, the gates to
the park were closed an hour before the
game-started. The crowd saw the White
Sox in two hours and fifty minutes' ot
freaky ball playing transform them
selves from the "hltless wonders" Into
the "South Side sluggers,' by driving
the peerless Rueltaoh from the dlrtplle
In the middle of the lot In the third in
ning, chasing Pfi ester, the phenom,
after having a storm of hits ting around
hla unprotected head in the next In
ning, and garnering two doubles and
two singles from Overall, who waa sec
ond aid t the injured, and managed to
last through the game.
Twelve hits were slammed out by the
south side bate and seven of them were
scattered among the 2S.257 Insanity sus
pects, being two-baggers hit into the
crowd. Of these nifty and useful dou
bles Isbell msds no less than four and
the others were divided between Davla,
Donohue and Rohe. By the strange
perversity of baseball fate, three of
the White Lags who thus figured so
prominently were responsible for six
black "marks In the error column of the
Sox which enabled the Cuba to corral
their six runs.
It being open season for presents
for the club managera. Chance and
Jones were each slipped a grand little
diamond-studded watch fob after the
game, the gift of George M. Cohan, the
In connection with the game the fact
should not be overlooked that Edward
Walsh, the large person who performed
such stirring deeds In the box on Thurs
day, when he left nothing to Chance and
took three tallies home to Comlaky,
was also forced to retire today, but the
changing of pitchers got to be such a hab
it with Manager Chance that the entry of
Dr. White Into the game in the sev
enth Inning waa sjmost overlooked.
Nothing much happened after he came,
except that the Cube were stopped in
a rally that might have helped soma
Mr. Walsh did not hold them In the
slippery hollow of his hand as hs did
Thursday. They made alx hits off his
vapor. float delivery, two of whit were
doubles, and as these began to pile up
toward the shank of the day. wise Mr.
Joner gently removed the florid man
from ths center of the ring.
Errors Were Costly.
At the very outset of the trouble,
while 6.000 or 10.000 discordant par
ties who arrived after 1:41' o'clock and
found the gates shut were wandering
around the fence and begging to be told
who was Dltchlnr. It looked aa thoua-h
C. Webb Murphy's fire eaters were go
ing to run away with the game. They
found Mr. Walsh for" two hits In the
first Inning and assembled three runs
on these In combination with a baas ok
balls snd a couple of heavea into the
crowd by Isbell and Walsh. Cub root
ers roar up by tbe million and began
collecting bets right there. But when
the Soxs took a whirl at the stick it
developed that Mr. Ruelbach needed a
lot of taming. Hahn made a hit, label!
made the first double of his eventful
day. Rohe msde another and the Sox
got a run.
In the third Isbell and Davla returned
to tbe charge and grabbed off two
more two-baggers. That was about all
for the peerless Ruelbach and a signal
of distress , brongh Pflester from the
clubhouse with his southpaw In heavy
wrappings. He peeled and took the
hill snd lust to show his form struck
out George Robe, the three-base hitter.
Much din from tbe Cub fans. Hahn not
being In sight, Mr. Pflester stung Mr.
Donohue over the inning with a fast
one and ths Inning wound up in s blsae
of glory for him when Donohue was
forced and Sullivan whanged vainly at
But the undoing of Pflester was at
hand. Rurnlng for revenge for his
busted noae. Hahn faced him in the
fourth after Walsh had courteously ac
cepted a pass, and cracked out a hat one
OFFICII STANDING OF THE
Portland Ten Pinners Rank First
in League Race With a
Following Is the standing of the bowl
ing teams at the cloas of the second
week's plsy: .
Gamea. Won Lost. P. C.
Portlands . .
Oregons . , .
Sen tilers . .
Gold Loaf '.
Gum ee Won Lost. P. C
Willamette t 6 0 1000
Hannv Dales 1 .SST
Commercial Nb. 1.. t $ $ 500
Lyric I $ '
Commercial No. $.. $ 0 $ .00
Beavers t $ 000
On Monday the Montavlllas will play
the Schtllers. There will also be a
Class B mate". Commercial No. $ va.
Beavers. In practice yesterday after
noon there were some fine games rolled.
Bull making 355 average for three con
secutive gamea. The scores were:
1 a $ Av.
Ball 25$ 26$ $4$ $65
Keating 10$ $44 $$4 254
Ullman $$$ $11 $1
Beaaa $$$ $ "
that forced Walsh at (Second. Fielder
Jones, with the memory of two of his
men being rammed by ln-e boots hot
within him, wont to the front and made
a hit that pat Hahn on third. Isbell,
who bad made but one two-bagger in
one time at bat up to that point, de
liberately made another that scared $60
men into a fit where it landed in the
crowd and scored Hahn. Davis, finding
that the hunting was pretty good, de
cided on a double for himself, scoring
Jones and label L
At that moment Manager Chance,
with a countenance that fairly exuded
woe, strolled into the box and bad a
chat with Mr. Pflester. The pitcher's
apologies were evidently not satisfac
tory, for once more the hurry call was
sent to the clubhouse and In a few sec
onds, which were punctured by moat af
the noise that $$,000 and odd can make
with voice, foghorn, bell, "horn and feat,
a large crowd waa seen coming from tbe
Mar end of the field. It waa Overall.
the giant pltchar. "
He smiled genially at George Kbpb.
who waa waving a. bat at him Uf a
most threatening manner, and gave him
a base on balls.
Donohue slammed out a two-bagger
that scored Davla.
In the other half of the round the
Cuba got another run thanks to a fsw
untoward Incidents. Mr. Rohe, flus
tered by the nearness of victory, threw
a grounder where even Donohue could
not reach it and Joe Tinker got to sasv
snd base on a weak hit that ahould have
been an eaay death.
Brers walked and those two old pals
gleefully executed a double ateal.
Walsh heaved a bum one that Sullivan
missed and Tinker cantered home. Bases
on balls and a bad throw by Rohe again
helped the Cuba In the ilxth and .they
got two more runs.
In the next Inning ths first man up,
the "Terrible" Stelnfeldt, cracked out a
two-bagger Into the Oomlng darkness
nnd Jonea, fearing that Walsh was be
ginning to ascend, took him out and
summoned "Doc" White, who held the
Cubs dowa until darkness
L. J. Keating, One of Portland's
R. H. O. A. H.
$12 0 0
t I 17 1$ l
Moran batted for Kvers In ninth.
R H O. A. B.
1 1 1 0 0
Isbell. 2b S 4 1 1 $
Davis, ss $ $ $ $ l
Rohe. Sb 0 $ t 1
Donohue, lb 0 1 If $ 0
Dougherty, lfN 0 0 0 o 0
SulH van. c 0 i $ o
wnite, p e o o e o
Walsn, p t 0 S 1
Totals "7 1? $7 1$ t
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Nationals 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 $
Americans 1 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 t
Left on bases. Nationals, 10; Ameri
cans, $, Two-base hits, Isbell, 4; Rohe,
Da via, $; Donohue, Chanoe, Schulte,
Stelnfeldt. Sacrifice hits. Jones, Sheck
ard, Reulbach. Stolen bases, Davla,
Dougherty, Tinker. Bvers. Hit by
pitched ball, by Walsh, . Chance: by
Pflester. Donohue. Wild pltohe. Over
all. Struck out, by Walsh, Hoffman,
Sheckard. Kline, Overall; by White.
Hoffman; by Reulbach. Sullivan; by
Pfleater. Rohe, Sullivan; by Overall.
a iiesiw "'"'v, -tiiiives.fi, ui 'iail
Walsh (1). Jons. Isbell. Dougherty
Bases on balls, off Walsh, Kllng, Bvers,
Hoffman (2), Overall; off White,
Tinker; off Reulbach, Donohue, Walsh;
off Pflester, Walsh: off Overall. Rohe.
Passed ball, Sullivan. Hits, off Reul
bach, 6 In 2 1-t Innings; off Pflester, $
In one Inning: Off Walsh. In I 1-$ in
nings: Double plsy. Schulte In Kvers to
Kllng. Time, 2 40. Umpires, Johnstone
and O'Louahlln. Attendance, 3$.$t7
C J. Kruse, a Star Bowler ef the
George McMillan and Chauncey
Bishop Discuss Joy 1 of
CLEVER ENDS WHO WILL
REPRESENT M. A. A. C.
How Ronald Bert Keeps in Fine Con
dition Off the Ice-Wagon News
of Interest to the Men Who Chase
tbe Elusive Pigskin.
Chauncev Blahon of Salem, last year's
coach of Willamette and crack halfback
on the Multnomah football team, spent
Friday in Portland, purchasing goods
for his store at the state capital.
"Chancy." as he la popularly called, is
one of the greatest football players
in the United States. Be has few supe
riors He waa a star when he played on
Columbia 'varsity in New York City, and
he waa a star last year. Bishop expects
to be In the city during thla fall and
winter, and ahould he decide to remain
ha will give the halfback candidates st
Multnomah a lively time in the work
outs. "Chancy" says that although he
la out of football, he would not mind
trying a tew runs and bucks against ths
Seattle A C eleven. Wonder why?
Other Multnomah boys seem to feel
the same way about Seattle aa Blahop.
Martin Pratt, the old reliable tackle, and
George McWUllam, veteran halfback and
tackle, were discussing ths outlook last
"George, do you think that yon will
play any more football T" asked Pratt.
'4(0. Mart, I am too old for that stren
uous game; that's a pastlms for the
younger men, such as Jordan, Dowllng
"Well." aaid Pratt, "don't you think
the exercise would do both of us con
"I really think It would.' answered
McMillan, "but I am so much engrossed
with buiineaa that I haven't the time to
play, hut I would not mind giving the
boys the benefit of my experience at
"Wouldn't you go in against Seattle?"
aaked Pratt. In hla quiet way, "if yon
were needed T"
"Oh. thet's different," said "Mac." and
the two big fallows took a quiet stroll,
Pratt acting in the capacity of aa earn
est " listener, while Ma time-honored
partner told about other days on tbe
It is with great concern for the future
of the gentle game that we record the
first Injury of the season. Dines, the
giant Yale candidate, la the unfortunate
victim. He fell out of an apple tree In
the vicinity of Denver. Yale will take
the matter up at once, and, if the facts
sTewlsHflBBSCGBBBBeiBMBBH " SSsTp "' MB
are as stated, the game sear be
Is had altogether. The coaches are do
termlned to stamp out brutality, even if
Way nave so out aown an me appie trees
in the country.
The following galaxy of former col
lege stars has been oorraled by the Can
ton professional team': R sera snyder,
Ohio stats, left end; Thorpe, Columbia,
left tackle; Ernst, Lafayette, left guard;
Sweet, BucknelL Pennsylvania, and
Washington and Jefferaon, center; Mur
phy, Washington and Jefferson, tight
guard: Wallace, University of Pennsyl
vania, right tackle; Bast. Western uni
versity of Pennsylvania, quarter back;
Selnberg. Syracuse, or Barnett, Bucknell.
left half; Townsend, Columbia, right
'half; Davidson, University of Pennsyl
vania, full back.
Ronald Bert, the big right guard of
the Multnomah team. Is a most Interest
ing character. He la In the lee business,
snd during the summer months keeps In
fine condition, so that when the football
season opens hs Is ready to don his
armor and pureue pigskin opponents.
Last Fourth of July Frank Wstkins met
Bert, who waa dangling a $00-pound
eake of ice on his little finger.
"Frank," said Bert, 'When are you
going to start In that football business?"
"Oh. about the last of September,"
asld Frank, and suggested that Bert put.
the loe down while they were talking.
"Thanks. Frank, but I'd rather not To
tell the truth. I've begun training, and
thla is in ths course prescribed."
He held the Ice on his finger for
.nearly it mlnutea. This feat guar
anteed the big fellow hla place on toe
Alvln Xransellne, the old Pennsyl
vania athlete, who is an ex-trainer at
Wisconsin, advises esstern enthusiasts
to tea a little salt on the hard luck
tales which Hurry-Up Yost la sodding
out from Michigan.
Folsoro. the . Dartmouth coach, is
strong in his denouncement of the new
rules, but of course he has had no op
portunity of trying them out no his
harsh criticism doea not count for much
at the preeent time.
Oarsman King of the Portland Row
ing club, physically one of the beet
men In tbe M. A. A. C, will try foot bs 11
thla season. King has wonderful
strength and would not mind trying for
There Is a young player named Black
man, hailing from the Unlveratry of
Washington, who la destined to become
one of the orsck men In the M. A. A. C.
eleven. He Is fast and sarong and will
make a good tackle or end.
Jordan, Wilder. Dowllng and all can
didates for the end positions will be
given a trial in the Albany game. As it
will be necessary thla year to have two
sets of ends, the men mentioned will be
undoubtedly chosen, as they have shown
up splendidly this year. Jordan has not
been feeling very well thla fall, but la
in good condition now. Dowllng is
heavier than he waa last year and will
make a fine end rusher. Wilder 4a a
Rugby player and la as speedy aa a
March hare. He la a sure catcher bf
punts and a clever open field advancer
of the ball. There are several other
candidates for the end positions who
will be tried out today and this week,
The quarterbaok position will be the
most difficult to fill on tbe Multnomah
squsd. Dr. Rader haa been passing the
ball at the night practices and haa done
very well. Still, there Is a feeling thst
Rader will be of greater service In a
tackle or bark field position. He is
swift and la sure with the ball, and for
these reasons it may be that he will be
found In some other position. James
Alexander baa been passing the ball
well, and so have Henderson, Rupert and
Dowllng. 80 much will depend on the
Seetneea and strength of the quarter
ila year that a severe test will be
made before that position is filled.
The beckfield will he called on to
perform great feats this year. Dolph.
James, Loner gun. Black nun and Rader
constitute splendid raatellal. James Is
kicking in great form anl haa full back
requirements. Dolph end Lonergan In
the half back positions are star per
formers. Rader le also a full back can
didate, There are several other good
men on hand and all will be given a
chance to make the 'varsity.
a , . .
Seth Kerron, who did suoh good work
for Oregon last season, is out far guard
or half back position. Butler played
guard In aeveral gamea last year, and is
now looking toward a tackle position.
Bennett will see service in some of the
games at guard, and Croaby will be
given a chance at end. Sterling le good
material for guard and so Is Jones, who
Is strong and fast enough for a tackle
lob. Wiley of the second team. Monks,
Smith and several others will give a
(rood account of themselves later on.
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HINKLE AND M'ELWAIN
LEAD IN BATTING
Official Figures of Fielding snd Hit-
ting Averages of Popular Portland
Players Who Ranked st Top of the
Column How the If en Stand.
As IBUi nf tka m au u.
roona aad East Pnriim nn .....
anxious to know Inst k ih. iji.m.
ual players on the teams stand in bet
ting ana rieiatng, the managera have
prepared tablea showing ths neroant-
aces. which are nuhllsheA hnai,
The tablea were prepared from the of
ficial scores only and Include only auch
players as participated In two or more
games: ' ' ' '
?Z?T AR Hita. P.C.
MoPherson $ $ .goo
Blebels $ 8 $76
Weed jt !$53
Hlnkle 7$ $4 .$04
J'angold 7 $1 .180
Campbell It it .$68
Qatns i j88
ray 78 SO .1(8
Trowbridge 1$ u, .140
Hathaway it 4 jag
Smith i H .us
Ooodell k 1 iM
Brock 54 1 .m
Player. p.o. E. P.C.
McPherson, f 6 $ 1.000
Blebels, p 1 0 1.000
Brock, e TT .$78
Beer, P 4 I .$(8
Trowbridge, lb 181 .848
Weed, q.... 4 8 .$$8
Campbell, p. and 2b 84 i .884
Ooodell. p 1 1 .88$
Henkle, If $$ .888
Oray. ss 14 g .878
Gslnes, f ii .goo
Hathaway, f g ,t$T
Mangold. $b it 11 .7$$
Smith, f lg g .TtS
Player. A.B. Hit 1
Russell , IS g
McElwain , 88 14
Eraerlek 1$ 8
W. Morrow .... $8
C. . Morrow 88
Gatea . . . . . . A . . , rr SS
Kelt, c 14
W. Morrow. Sb S
Jodon. c. and f II
McElwain, f 11
Thing, lb 54
Russell, lb it
Emerick, $b IT
Myers, ss 11
C. Morrow, cf 14
Probst, p S
Hurlbert, p. and sa. . t
Tauscher, Sb M
Anderson. 2b and f II
Gates. 8b and $b....... 10
CENTRALIA TEAM TOO
HEAVY FOR ABERDEEN
(Special D sax tek te The Jeeraal.)
Centralis, Wash.. Oct 1$. in the foot
ball gams hers today between the high
schools of Aberdeen and Centralla the
score stood II to 0 in favor of Cen
tralla. There waa a heavy rain and the
grounds were very slippery. The Cen
tralla boys were too heavy for the