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UNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1909.
WELL UNBf R WAY
CHUFF SHUTS OUT
Portland Scores Another Victory
Over Fresno on Cartwright's
Annual Freshman Game Is Won
by the Boys From
Baseball Fan and Citizens Are
Snowing Their Appreciation
of the Giant.
BUSINESS MEN MAKE
HOAG HOLDS GIANTS
DOWN TO FIVE HITS
STANFORD'S MEN ARE .
BEATEN TO A FINISH
All Heads Wanted to Help In the
Good Work Bo the Token Will Be
an Expression of Appreciation of
the Entire City.
Fishermen Are Outclassed at 3very
Stage of Contest and Leaders An
nex One More Oeme Tigers
Gather but Three Lonely Hits.
First Match of Rugby Football Is
Played at Palo Alto and the
"Babies" From Prex Wheeler's
University Emerged Victorious.
The movement to give the PortUnd
Qlanta a suitable testimonial, although
only a tart ad yeaterday morning la well
under way end eittaena anxious to enow
their appreciation have come forward
with a will. If avery day beara the
same fruit that yeeterday did It will
only take about a week to set the nsc
essary fund. The committee yeaterday
met and it waa decided to giv each
player a medal watch fob that will coat
about fli each. Aa 17 of then will be
required they will eeet between MS
and $500 and aa 110 waa eubecrlbed
yeaterday It will only take four or five
daya to complete the fund If every one
U aa liberal aa the donore that have
already put their namee on the lleta.
Among the larser eontributora ysster
dey waa the Portland Railway company,
which no eooner heard that a teatlmo
nlal waa be In planned than they eent
a substantial amount Other aubscrlb
ere to the fund, who appreciate the
work of the Olanta were Stutt How
land, Tom Richardaon, Qua Moaer. A.
H. Dever. Jefferson Myers, A. O. Me
Clane, Dr. Oeorge Alnalee and other
prominent cltlsens who have bean fre
quent apeetatora at the games at Re
Recreation Park. The aubacrlptlon llata
placed St the different cigar atorea In
the city have been liberally aignea aur
lng the day.
appeal to Tana.
It la hoped that every fee In the city
will contribute no matter how email,
for the object la to make the teetlmo
nlal an eapreaelon of aa many cltlaene
The committee to select the token
Will meat en Monday and aettle the
design. It will In all probability be
a watch fob medal, that la a watch fob
With a algnlflcant sold design ao ar
ranged that It can either be worn as a
mej.il or ae a watch fob. Several
pretty designs have been secured by
the committee and these will be conald
ered Monday moraine and a selection
Judge MeCredle wss In Portland last
evening and he said that the aewe of
the testimonial had reached that city
and that the fane of the .Washington
town wanted to take pert. For their
accommodation a subscription Hat will
be sent to Vancouver on Monday and
opened at one of the prominent
centers. In addition to this donations
2a be aent to the. newspapers and all
ntrtbutions aent that way should be
dress od to the baseball testimonial
fund, care of The Journal
tit r a jasasin
The) game next Sunday at Recreation
Park to help along the fund promisee
to be interesting. It will be the laat
game of the season In Portland and as
no one In the city appreciates more the
work of the Giants than do the ama
teurs, the latter will play to help along
the good work. The Hop Golds will
put la the field their strongest team
against the nine that Ed Rankin will
manage and a good game can be ex
pected. The time to subscribe te the
testimonial la now and send In whatever
you can. Not only la It desired te have
the fans take part In the fund but It la
also hoped the business concerns will
contribute and thereby show their ap
preciation of the men who have brought
tame to Portland by winning the Pa
cific Coast league pennant.
TURN YOUR FACE
Many a Man Haa Failed Because His
Face Waa a Picture of Calamity.
It takes, sunshine to produce a rose,
a perfect rose. And so man. to be suc
cessful, must have sunshine Inside. The
life which haa it not. which haa so
health and no happiness. Is sour, curly,
pessimistic, and a failure. The world
already haa too many vinegar faces
that breathe Ul-wlll and strife. The
world wants Joy, comfort, sunshine, and
will cling to the man whe haa It, who
radiates gladness snd triumph wherever
He Is and under all circumstances.
Some people have a genlua for seek
ing out the disagreeable, the crooked,
the bad and the ugly. Theae aa the
destroyers: they travel In schools, they
herd together for they love their kind,
and the cheerful part of the world will
have nothing to' do with them.
And why le It that so many peddle
disaster knowing at the aame time that
If they do. their lives will bo ruined?
Some, people csnnot help It, for per
aim Ism Usually comes from bodily dm
order, and this cannot alwaya be pre
vented. Trie atontach, for Instance, la
the moat common cause of discontent.
sour fees, recklessness, disgust and
lack of ambition. A bad stomach
there la the secret of many a failure.
Anyone can have a good stomach, a
atrong atomech, a stomach that can
take care of anything and everything
that Is put Into It. no matter whether
It fa a very bad stomach espw or not.
Then why not have It?
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sensations, nausea, heartburn, eructa
tions, less of ylm and spirit, bad mem
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you success and than more auoeeea
Your fees will bring you dollars. Try
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er these wonderful Stuart a Py apes
labiate at sag drug store aa earth.
ISpeclsl Dispatch by Leased Wire to Tk. Journal)
Fresno, Oct. It. Portland abut out
the Raisin Eaters today In a fast gams.
caiir wee on the firing line for the
Web-feet and Mlke'a bunch were unable
to find him for but thro hits. Hoag
pitched for Fresno end did good work.
Aa error by Cartwright In the second
inning was responsible for Portland's
two run a Score:
AB. R. BH. PO. A
Totala so I 8 J7 16 o
AB. a BH. PO.
z V 1
Doyle, cf . . .
Delmae, 3b. . . .
Dash wood. c. . .
SI 0 S 27 IS
Batted for Hoag In ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Portland 0 2"T 0 0 0
Bass hits 1 i 0 0 0 1
Fresno S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Base hits 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 I
Baas on belle. Calif f, I; Hoag, 2.
Struck out, by Calif f. 1; by Hoag, I.
Left on bases, Portland, 4; Fresno, 1.
Double playa, Carson to Delmae to Cart
wright. Califf to Sweeney to Llater.
Tlrae, 1:4. Umpire. Perrtne.
Red-Headed Twirler's Curves
Ware Too Elusive for the
iSy Seattle Siwashes.
(Special Pitas ten hy Leased wv te As Jearaalt
Los Angeles. Oct It. Los Angeles 1.
Virgil Garvin took hlg medicine today.
There was not much of it. but it waa
enough. Hs blanked the locals for six
Innlnga. but In the seventh the Ions
run won ths game fpr the southerners.
Ths lean boy hsd all hla curvss snd
shoots well oiled and In good working
order, but In a careleaa moment the
slipped over a faat one and Captain
union airaignteaed it out to the fane.
Up to ths seventh It looked like en
extra Inning fight The seventh mia
up with a walk. Cravath took It
Braahear poked one down to St re I b. ad
vancing Wooden Shoes. Dillon gave ths
celery herder the II. a R. sign and
smaahed the next ball lato center for
a vary fancy single, Cravath scoring
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Los Angsies o o o o o o l o o 1
Hits 0 1 1 1 01
Seattle oeoooooo o
mts o i t e l i i t
Batteries Loa Angelea. Randolph and
Eager: Seattle. Garvin and Blankenshlp.
Stolen base Blankenahlp Two-baas
hit Van Buren. Saeglfloe hits Cra
vath, Braahear. Left en baaea Loa
Angelea 3, Seattle I. Base on balls
Off Garvin 1. Struck-, out By Garvin
. by Randolph 8. Time of game 1 :4.
The Astoria and Warrenton sawmill
have orders (or fully ISO carloads of
lumber for which they are unsble to
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Three of Multnomah's Football Stars. Reading From Left .to Right the Players Are Fallback Bud James, Bad
Richard Wilder, Tackle and Half Back George McMillan.
(Special Dispatch by teased Wire to The Jesrsal)
San Frsnolsco. Oct. It. Ths first In
tercollegiate sonteat played under Rug
by rules waa won by the University of
California freshmen today and ths Joy
of the Blue and Gold adherenta was
Intensified by the fact that they had
taken their traditional enemies Into
camp on their own campus.'
The Rugby was on trial and aame out
victorious. Berkeley won, and It must
bo said for the California "Babies"
that they deserved their victory. The
first half waa even, but the second had
hardly started when ths boys from the
state university began to ahow their
superiority. They fairly smothered tile
Stanford men In the scrum, and In the
open field they played with a dash and
determination that could atop at noth
ing but victory. Attack aftsr attack
waa made on the Cardinal goal line,
but the eless of mo at Palo Alto is
composed of fighters snd Berkeley had
a hard teak on ita handa. A penalty
kick within range of Stanford'4 posts
wae taken by Johns, and the ball missed
by a few Inches. Another waa awardsd
the Blue and Gold and again Johns took
the kick' The ball passed fslrly ovsr
the bar, but the referee refused to al
low the score on sccount of the failure
of the California team to kick from the
The sTsnlwag Scsasa,
Then Miller got ths ball and eeaayed
a drop kick at goal. This, effort failed
by a couple of feet, the ball falling In
front of the crossbar. Thsee close
shaves had both sides worked tip to a
favor pitch. Stanford was cheering
their men for their stubborn defense.
Berkeley's supporters, realising that
their team had the upper hand, were urg
ing them to further efforts and In the
midst of the frenaled excitement Johns
msde a fair catch of a kick from
Faulkner on the Stanford 10-yard Una.
It was a hard place to make a goal
from, as ths ball wss within five yards
Of the side Una Johne wak chosen to
make the attempt at goal.
Than earns the climax to the pent-up
excitement of the apeetatora. Amid a
hush that could be felt, Johns took hla
kick, and when the ball was seen sail
ing squarely between the posts the
shrieks of the Berkeley partisans were
ear-piercing. The players haaased eaeh
other and the gams wae won right
there. Three points and only four min
utes more to play.
Encouraged by their success the
Blue and Gold turned loose and played a
dashing game. But the more they
stress- the firmer bees me she defensive.
The ball stayed In Stanford territory,
but occasionally the red-ahirted Stan
ford men broke sway and gave their
supporters a chance to wave the cardi
nal flags and cheer for their colora. It
was without avail. Berkeley with vic
tory In sight stayed atrong to the end
and when the whistle sounded they had
their opponents close to their goal and
fighting desperately for every Inch of
ground. The platol shot, an Innovation
which Dave Brown Introduced to an
nounce the end of the stipulated time,
found the Berkeley freshmen with three
points to their credit, and nothing to
ahow on Star "ord'e aide of the score
HILL MILITARY AND
PACIFIC 'VARSITY TIE
(Special Dispatch te Tk JearsaL)
Forest drove. Or., Oct. IS. A eeo re
leas game was played this afternoon OB
the local grounds between Hill Military
academy of Portland and Pacific uni
versity. The game wss a good one.
During the first part of the gams Hill
Plsysd In the 'varsity's territory, and
the first half resulted In neither ecor
tng. The stars for- the home teem were
Brown. Ferrin snd Captain Ware.
Ths second half showed more strength
In the Pacific's line. Hill skirted the
end of the 'varsity at eaae. but when
they tried to buck the line a solid wall
always met their effort. Hill used ths
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Arriving, Saturday 'aornlng.
Piano Jay rooms hotel,
A World-Famed Artist and the Finest Piano in the World
A Combination Which Assures the Musical Lovers of Portland a Treat of Unusual Pleasure at the
Concert to Be Given Tomorrow, Monday, Evening: at the Hellig Theatre
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE CHICKERING PIANO
CORNER OF PARK
forward paaa several times to good ad
vantage, aa Pacific's men have not been
practicing this move. Dean Hayes of
Hill received a broken shoulder blade
that forced Mm out of the game Ref
eree Coach Coons of Pacific, and Umpire
Kerron Of Portland.
(Speelsl Dispatch to Tb Journal )
Vancouver, B. C Oct IS. In the
opening match of ths British Columbia
Rugby series today Vancouver defeated
Nanalmo It to S.
OFFICES IN AMERICA.
ROBBRT C. CLOWHY,
186 M, AB St.,-, Portland.
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
600D PRICED NIGS WIN AT
Hannibal Bey, at Ten to One,
Finishes First in Passen
ger Agents' Event.
(Sperlsl Dispatch by Lessee Wire te the Joorasl)
Louisville, Oft. It. Todays . rase
Six furlongs Alsono (Mountain), 10
te 1. won. Airship second. Sorrel Top
third: Time. 1:13 4-6.
Mil- Auditor (rflcol), even, wen.
Bell-view second, Dudley third. Time.
Six furlongs Platoon (Nlcol), T to X.
won. Oarrett second, Lady Eather third.
Mile. Traveling Passenger Agent's
handicap Hannibal Bey (Koerner). 1.
to 1, won. Pretension second, Mcllvaln
third. Time, 1:40.
Six furlonas Chase (Morelandl, to
1. won. Bitter Miss second, Zlpango
third. Time, 1:14.
Mile and a slxtsenth Whlppoorwlll
(Koerner). 9 to 1, won. Shining Stsr
second, Oratorlsn third. Time, 1:411-6.
COMAIUS ELEVEN WINS
ITS FIRST CONTEST
Agricultural Man Prove Too
Heavy for the Albany Ath
letic Club's Team.
(Special Dlrpatcb te The Journal.
Corvallla, Or., Oct. 13. Twenty-two
to nothing In favor of the Oregon Ag
ricultural college against Albsny Ath
letic club tesm wss the score this
afternoon on the locel field. , Albany's
defeat was due to lack of practice,
light weight and alowneaa on signal
NoroBDes' msn are nearly all new.
Cherry, at guard, waa the only laat
year'a man In the game. Wolfe, the
new fullback, and Derby at half played
a star game for the Agrlc. each prov
ing good ground gainers. Ths loeal
asorta are pleased at the showtnf of
the local eleven and predict a good
sesson. Coatej of Albany did excellent
work for his team In the punting
Ward also proved a gone mas
baay. The O. A. C line waa In
the visitors trying to pierce It
edly In vain The olubmen were
to punt constantly after trying
srmind th ends or break the
Use. It was the first game of
(he sea- aat I ft, Miami 1
CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE
gdle Lake, U., Oct..
you can arrange" to nave 'Chickering
eon tinder the new rules. The 16-mtn-ute
halves were scarcely long enough to
ahow the strength of either team. Im
mediately after the game Coach Nor
cross put the local eleven through a
practice to ahow up their mistakes during-
MISS CURTIS WINS THE
(Ssectal Dispatch by Leased Wire to The Journal)
West Newton. Masa. Oct. 13. Miss
Harriet S. Curtis of Boston, playing
from the Essex County club, todsy won
ths woman's national golf championship
by defeating Mies Mary B. Adams, slso
of Boston, plsylng from the Wollsston
Country club. In the flnsl of the event.
Fully 1.000 persons were present; the
play began and the crowd lncrsssed at
every stroke. Ths weather waa made
to order, being the best of the week.
The wind wae so light that ths branches
of the trees hardly moved, whlls the
sky waa cloudless and the sun bright.
Best of all, the course had nearly dried
from Thursday night's rslnstorm and
nothing but the excessive nervousness
of the contestsnts stood in the way.
SALEM HIGH SCHOOL WILL
NOT PLAY COLUMBIA LADS
(Spatial Dtssateh by Leased Wire te The fears I)
Balem, Or., Oct 13 - Manager Wil
liam Mott.of the htgti school football
teem has wecelved a communication
from the Columbia university manager
of athletics for the arrangement of a
game between the two institutions. The
date proposed le October ST. but it Is
not probable that the schools will meet
on the gridiron this year. The locals
mean to stick atrlctly to high School
teams sad are too light to meet uni
Other games Which havs been par
tially arranged for are as follows: Eu
gene blsjh school, at Eugene, October
23: Portland high school. In Portland.
November 1. with a return game In Sa
lem at m lster data Games are also
planned with the Baker City and Pen
dleton high schools.
At Annspolle Princeton i. Mldahlp-
At Nsw Haven Tale 17. Holy CreeaS.
At Philadelphia Swrthmor 4. Penn
At Ithaca Cornell 3S. Bucknell f.
At Champaign University of Illinois
0. Wabash 0.
At Andover Tela Freshmen u, phil
ips Andover 0.
us Ohio Stat I'nlverstty
Use. At OoluM
.Inolble, At Marietta Mi
repeat- Bucabsoae. We
forced At Exeter)
CORNER OF PARK
BROWN PITCHES RECORD
GAME AT OAKLAND
Seal's Twirler Holds Commuters
Down to No Hits and
(Special Dispatch by Lsessd Wwe te the SiarS
San Francisco, Oct. IS. Fred Brown
pitched a no-alt, no-run game at Idora
Park today. The Seal twirler's only
slip was In hitting Devsreeax with the
ball. Brown's performance of boIdlnSr
a team down to no hlta and no rw'
equals the feat of Bobby Keefe task
year. The score:
BT INNINOS. i
San Francisco Hill a
o s i i e l l
Hits 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batteries Ban Frandaoo. Brow i
Burks; Oakland. Hopkins snd Bliss.
Three-base hit wheeler. Twe-r.
nil Mohler. sacrifice alt
Walthours. First base aa
Hopkins. 3. Struck out By
by Hopkins, 5. Hit by pitcher W
l n ours, uevereaux. Passed balls
Time of game 1:4. Umpir
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43 E 11th St
Portland, or . Sept. S. 104
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