THE OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL; PORTLAND TUESDAY EVENING, . MAY 7, 1C07. Plilii STAR IVHiS KENT .. ...... irj-.f Muddy Track Gives Race to Colt Which Closed in Betting at ; ..;i;::w'Tve(ve.4o;One., THE TIME IS SLOWEST' , ' IN HISTORY OF DERBIES rrc Big Bar Colt RnriS Behind Iot t Distance; but Passes Tired Oppo , nrats in StretehArclte, Future Favorite,' Doe' Not Bun. A:'?'; ''; itauinl Voeetat' tefvfee.) Loulsvllle., Ky- Mar -. 7.-r-Plnk Star. '.. the tail ender In the betting, landed In the lead of the Kentucky derby here yesterday. The winner closed In the betting -at It to i. .. i . Red Gauntlet, who ruled a the- fav orite at I to J, finished fifth. , The time was the slowest In the history -of the SS Kentucky derbies, 1:11 1-6 for the roll. and a. Quarter.-. J ., j.'-"-v . Mud nearly fetlock deep caused the r piwt ln the calculations of the bookies. '.Arrfte, who had ruled an overwhelm ing favorite In the future books, was withdrawn. Holdfast and Boxara were hIbo scratched and but six ponies made the ft tar U ;. They were Kea Gauntlet Ovelando, Wool Sandels, Zal Orland Wick and Pink 8 tar. In the early part of the raoe Pink Eur trailed far In the rear. By the time the mile post was passed he had ruoved np to fourth place. Bucceesslve ly tie passel Wool Sandele and Ovelando and when half way .down the stretch Me sink musxle showed ahead of ZaX After that he had the race safe, finish , log two lengths in the lead. The.fav orlte finished In fourth place. Pink Star Is a big bay colt by Pink Coat, darn Mary Mailer, and owned by J. H.c Woodford. - The summary t Five and a half furlongs Mike But ton: won, ; Cablegram, second,-.-Riokey thlrdj time, l:08-i. '.. , : ; " Four furlongs -Rebel Queen won. Dew of Dawn second, Geneva third; time; - 0:01-8. .-:. , ' Six furlongs Ralbert won. Western second, Adeseo third; time, 1:15 i-6. '. Mile and a quarter Pink Star-won, Zal second, Ovelando third; time, i:ii-6,- -. ....;. ,, . Five furlongs Brady won, Waterllck second. Financier third; time, 9:19 1-6. One mileTinker won, Gause second, Foreigner-third: time, 1:44 8-8. . WHAT 111' THE FANS 00 THEH.1 POOR THINGS? SPORTING NOTES ' Local amlvOthorwlse, PORTLAND ACADEMY AND I ItSeerm Ukely 4 That, Sunday OTa7fl thi.OnTV(o,TMini Games. Will Be Knocked Out in Seattle. Spccitl Diapateb to Toe Joareal.) . Seattle, May , 7. There's a mighty good chance that there will be no more Sunday baseball in Seattle. Prosecut ing Attorney Mackintosh says he will top it if the proper complaint la made and the proper evidence provided to support . It--rr"":' 'v-'-t-'t and. has been succeeded by Charles Red mond. Mr. Redmond is widely known ln college. baseball circles, having played Ion miny nines and more recently .with the Columbia university 101 team . He has signed George Jennings,; a former team mate at Columbia, an emergency catcher; ; also , King, , Zander and I Carmody brothers from the eastern Ore- Still -Unbeaten in 'Inter', scholastic League." The matter came up when a delega tion of Georgetown saloonmen called oh the prosecuting attorney and asked if the order Just issued by Sheriff Smith, on the' advice of Mackintosh, ' to the effect that hereafter there would be no saloons open in King county on the first day of the week would be carried out. The ; prosecutor informed his visitors that Sheriff Smith would be backed to of a sudden T the limit - Then the saloonmen wanted to know whether the order would apply to saloons alone or to all lines of bus! ness except those particularly exempted by law. : . ,-. . ;' .. "It will apply to every business that is not authorised by the statute to re- maw open on Sunday, was the answer, "Baseball games, too?" - " "Baseball games, too, if cltlsens make complaint and produce the evidence. gon brush; Martin, a tall, six-foot pitcher, and Kemp, from the Nebraska State league. Pitcher Chet Alexander reported for duty and Is anxious to play The enthusiasts at Bunker Hill are much elated over the new- acquisitions. The club journeys to Canby next Sun day. Teams desiring games with the Bunker Hill -maroons should communl cate with Charles-Redmond, care Port' land Hotel Pharmacy The Southern California Rod and Reel club has voted to allow Its members to report their catches by mall. Myl won't a lot of whoppers be hooked all There are millions of Juicy trout in the Oregon streams, but there are mighty few within one day's journey of Portland. One persistent angler' etl mates that it has oost him. just $4 35 a fish for all he has caught so far this season.: , Entries for the dog show close tonight at 10:30. Frank E. WaUtns will re ceive entrlee up to that hour at 160 Alder, street Local dog owners 'are urged to enter their pets. .Boulon and Gleason. handlcaped at receive I. are in the finals of the hand! cap handball tournament now ln prog ress at the Multnomah olub. Last night they beat McAlptn and Cleland In the qnmi-nnai rouna. ini score wss ZL-ll, zi-7. McAipin and Cleland were handl caped at scratch. ' m Sunday moraine- was too cloudy for the members of the Portland Automo bile club and the projected run to Salem was given- up. Better luck next time. fSDeclal Dlroitch to Thm Jnnntal.l ' I ' ' jpoine, laano, uir 7. -Tne directors of I ' imarfrin Tjtn t.i. n.tv,i. iu juianuoun mm ovrni r air association puoncation printed on fine Diner and have announced that the fair this year I superbly Illustrated, made its bow to will be held the week beginning October the sporting world on April U.' ;It is zi. oiio wing is me program of bar- I the official organ of the National Lawn ness events: v v , (Tennis association and la davotod to all Monday, October SI I:H pace, f ln J. ) frames played with the racket," purse $400. - , Tuesday, October 22 Free for all. trot I! the National league games were IDAHO FAIR PROGRAMED FOR LATE IN OCTOBER Handsome" Purses Are Hung Up v for Competitors in Harness " .' - and Running Races. . Interest in interscbolastio baseball circles Is Just now centered on the baseball game between the Portland high school and the Portland academy, whloh is to be played on the Multnomah neia tomorrow - afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, The boys 1 expect . to sell 1,000 tickets to the game.'." v ','-;' . There are six nines In the Jnterscho laatlo league and the two which are to cross bats tomorrow are the only ones which have not been beaten so far. The high school haa defeated the nines of Columbia college and of the Allen preparatory school and the aca demy has beaten 'the east' side high school, Columbia and the. Hill military academy. . Ths, interscholastlo - cham pionship undoubtedly lies between the two nines which wilt fight it out to morrow on Multnomah field and there is intense Interest in the game among preparatory school pupils. - While the, game tomorrow will not Count in the final determination of ths championship, it will afford an opportunity of getting . a line . on the ; comparative strength of the two nines. The preliminary series of games now being played is to be followed ' by a championship series, in which the three nines making the highest percentage in the preliminary series will compete. The Portland academy nine, by winning three times. Is already certain of a plaoe ln the finals, while the ' high school will have to win another game to get In the final round. At the bo- ginning of the season the wise ones did 'not expect the academy team to figure prominently in the fight for the Interscholastlo championship, but under the efficient coaching of Professor Tborne the lads have so far played winning ball. , Tomorrow's' line-up win be: P. H. 8. Portland Academy. Shearer c. ............. Ladd Word p ...Stone Moore .lb. .....W. Hurlburt Oakes 2b.. Roblson Houston ......... .!b Myers Jamison ss Jones Hughes If Glass or Gray MeAlpln ...cf... H. cooktngham Deady , rf. .. P. Cookipgham ' .. -..or Nichols ation Cured In the Privacy of Your Own Home Without ledlcln Sim Fr0 Coupon Bmlout Horse Killed at Oakland. ' San Francisco,' May 7. Traja broke a leg ln the fourth race at Oakland yes terday and had to be shot On the track. He tripped over Tank, who had stum bled and fallen in front of him.' ' The jockeys, McLaughlin - and Gilbert, es caped injury. Favorites took the first three races. The summary! -s ' A . Four furlongs -Herlvee won,) Sadie H. ' aooond. Saucy M.' third; time. 0:491-5. Futurity course Dick Wilson won, Nettie Hicks second, Isolation . third; time,. 1:11 2-5. v 8lx furlongs Silver ' 8tocktng won, - Bemay secdnd. Fairy Street third; time. 1:14 1-5. Mile and SO yards Edwin T. Fryer won, Eduardo second, Tarp third; time, 1:47. -- Mile and 20 yards Sun Mark won, Elevation second, Mark Mayer third; time. 1:42 2-5. It ; Futurity course Aaron J. ' won. The Mist second, Nome Lucille third; -time, 1:1L " ...... re- Jamaica Racing Result. New York. May T. Yesterday's suits atr Jamaica were as follows: j ' ; Five furlongs Senator Beckham won, Marbles second, Tilektns third; time, 1:14 1-5. .... , Seven : and a half furlongsRobin flood won, SI Ida way second, R. Toddlng- tn third: time. 1:07. v v One mile and a sixteenth Good Luck won. Tommy Waddell second. Whimsi cal third; time, 1:47; Six furlongs Aletheuo won, Ampedo aecend, Saracinlsca third; time, 1:14. . ,: Flyey furlongs Bounding Elk won, '. Paul Pry" second, '. Freeh third; time, 1:02 2-5. ,v, . Six furlongs Golden West won, Ves tabella second, Bromlna third; time, 1:15 8-5." .,', Six furlongs Tramp won, Dan Bupre second, Herman third; time, 1:K. , The Street Carmen's union of San Francisco, having failed to secure the dght-hour day in the recent arbitration proceedings, will ask the board of supervisors-, to 'insert an eight-hour pro vision ln Its future franchises. or pace, 2 in S. purse 21,000. Wednesday, October 23 2:16 pace.. 2 in 2, purse f 500. . ; Thursday, October 24 Three-year-old trot or pace, 2 In S,' purse 1600; for Idaho horses only, Friday, October 26 Free for all trot. Z in 3, purse 1500. . Saturday, October 26 Free ' for all pace, 2 In 2, purse 2500. ' t .The running events of the meet are to be decided upon each, day. All trotting and pacing purses are to be divided as follows: Fifty, 25, 15 and 10 per cent All running purses are to be divided as follow: Seventy, 20 and . 10 per cent All entries in trotting and pacing events will - close September 1, 1907. ' The purses offered for the running races ag gregate 15,100. Bowling Score. Moore's team . beat Brlgham's three straight games in the Multnomah club handicap bowling 1 tournament last night The detailed score follows: BRIGHAM'S TEAM. (1) (2) (8) Brlghanu ............... 177 160 111 Routledge ............ 182 128 131 Burman 187 127 167 Hudson; 100, 100 100 Pittock 100 100 100 Totals ; 648 MOORE'S TEAM. (1) Moore ....i,.'.n...'...;. 135 Harmar 133 W. Healey 168 Barrett ................ 1(7 Healey 100 635 699 (2) 181 161 139 160, (8) 180 162 158 194 100 100 postponed on account of rain yesterday. The Washington: St Louis and Phila delphia games of . the American league were all postponed on account of rain yesterday. . Don't imagine for a minute that vnum Jay Gould is the champion lawn tennis player ' of the world, or Of America. Jay doesn't play lawn tennis. He plays court tennis, which might be described a cross between plnx-ponc and squash ball The thing Is perpetrated in a rink, not on a tennis court H. L. Dougherty of England is champion lawn tennis player of the world. William J. Clothier Is champion of America. Court tennis Is not played ln the west and Is played very little In the western hemis phere. ' ; e e ,. . . . i Constance 8. Titus, national chamolon amateur oarsman, sails June 16 for London, . intending to comoete for the championships In the Henley regatta, wnicn Deg-ins jujy e. i e Dr. J. C. Zan's big Dane, Lelf. killed tanay, a Boston terrier, at the Zan ken neis at Eleventh end Lovejoy streets yesterday. The little dog irritated the big one and the latter, in a flash' of temper, closed his great Jaws, together ana crusnea theire out of his friend, Remorse Is an emotion felt by dogs as well as by men and today big Lelf sulks in nis xennei with tall and head down, a ionorn picture or sorrow. The Oregon City Woolen mill nine will oppose the Rose City's at Canemah pane Sunday, May 19. AERIAL CIRCUS WILL BE HELD IN LOS ANGELES Novelty in Sportdom to Be Seen Next Saturday Aerial Yacht Race." Totals 682,, 692 7941 AMERICAN LEAGUE TWO GRAMMAR LEAGUE An aerial circus Is ' novelty in sport dom to be held In Los Angeles : next Saturday afternoon. " . , The scene of the fun will, be at Stephenson avenue and Larena street, over ln Boyle Heights, wbera-the boys and girls are preparing for all kinds of kite-flying stunts. . , ,- . Th first number on the . program will-, be a quarter-mile dash and re turn. 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May V Members of the reorganised detective bureau were given mack masks completely covering their faces, which will be worn when the detectives have their usual dally In speotloa of crooks arrested the night Derore. Since the detective bureau was or ganised Commissioner .Bingham . has felt that while it was wall for' the detectives to get acquainted with the crooks, it. is advisable that the crooks should not know the detectives. -Sev era! plana for inspection of crooka had heen formulated, among them a scheme for looking through a hole in a curtain. The mask Idea was finally considered pest ' . - - -- $5, $6 and $7 VALUES 85 P A M r. - v 1 N I P-AN-AMAS ... t The merit of our Pan ama Hats la evidenced byhe four-fold Inereas In our business over any previous season. Origin allty Of Idea ln style and superior workman ship haa brought them to the altitude of perfec tion, r First class finish and a superior bleach renders them unequalled. 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The longest service was that of the late John H. Ketcham of New Tork, who served 88 years, and was a member when he died. Of the con gressmen who have served since the foundation of this government, ; more than 12,000, Individuals,-only 14 have -.Won. Lost P.C. .680 .647 .l88 .629 .6J0 .444 .318 ,.278 At Ohioago. R.H.E. Chicaco 6 9 Cleveland ..i.T....'.........., 2 6 Batteries Smith and Sullivan: Lleb- hardt, Berger and Clark. Chicago ....... ....... IS ; 6 New York .v.. ...... ..11 t Philadelphia 10 7 Detroit 9 8 Cleveland 9 9 Boston .......8 10 Washington ....r,..M. 5 11 St. Louis 6 12 An aerial vnrht raca. nn tha kits GAMES PLAYED MONDAY JS-fi .JL' JuUl I " 80 field day. The aerial yacht la a kind of a mesenger. - A -tissue paper sail drives It up the string until it strikes a cardboard disc which trips the sail, and then the yacht slides down ' by gravity. , The. New ' ' Different from other oil stoves;: Superior because cf its economy, cleanliress, and easy operation. 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Tabor 2 0 9 .ooo Arleta . , .. .;. . ... l . o l .ooo By Willie Stepp. The North central won their first game, yesterday In the final series by defeating the Mt, Tabor school by the score of 8 to 2. ' The game was to .be only seven innings, but the Mt Tabor team was in the lead and the North Centrals made the umpire consent to play nine innings. In the first of the ninth the North Central boys made five runs ana won tne game. Mt Tabor. v North Central WIWW.... ... " ' . ' D n.l. Wright.... p Davis 1 neyona any uouot, says Praf erred Stock Canned Oooda. . Allen eV Lewis' Best Brand. OREGON TRACK TEAM ' IS IN FINE SHAPE . (8otlal Dlnpttch te Tha loornaL)' University of Oregon, Eugene, May 7. The Oregon track team is In fine. shaoe at the present time. and. barrlna- a multitude or acciaents, win be in excel lent form when her men go against Pullman May 17., Kelly and . Captain Moores are in good condition and will Iowa fjaaeball League. Burlington, Iowa, May 7. The Iowa baseball league starts its season today under conditions that promise well for the success of the organisation. ' Wat erloo opens at Oskaloosa, Marshalltown at Ottumwa, Qutncy at Keokuk . and Jacksonville at Burlington. ; r ' i McAfee Stoops Turner Briggs McNary . Scott Fisher Wilson.,,.,...,. .lb Young ,.-t ; ,2b. Fisher.r.w....,8b. Llngern. . .. . . . .... Bennet cf Sharp. ; . . ... rf. West .....If...........: SCORE BT INNINOS. R.H. E. North Central. 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 68 7 8 Mt, Tabor. ....0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 I ' S The Arletas were easy for tha Couch team yesterday afternoon. The latter won by the' score of 24 to 0. : . ' Couch. Arleta. P. Pateraon. .... ,.,e ..... ,T r McLerumra C. Patterson. . . ... .p. . Levison. ....lb.' Bibee . ........ '. . ' . 2 b .......... . Black all ,.,8b Warren s. . Lebry cf,..., Greer". rf Day ..if. SCORE BY INNINGS Couch 6 8 6 6 2 4-24 10 2 Arleta ...0 0 0 0 0 0- 048 McCuIly Parhn McRum Kiokllng Letister Budley . Porter Trainer Hay ward,', unless accidents should occur Kelly Is suffering from poison oak,' but-. that, does not seem likely to become bad. r The rest of the team seem to be doing extraordinarily well, and the places where Oregon was weak ln the Columbia meet will be strengthened by the time Pullman comes to Eugene. A training table for the distance men was started yesterday, and other tables for the rest of the team wiu .be con ducted at Ihe various residences of most, of the men. About 10 distance men will be on the table. It looks as If an especial effort will be made to Improve the work of the aspirant for the long , raceg,- iThfti Columbia meet showed that Oregon was not very well balanced ln her men and- Hayward will put forth strenuous efforts to remedy thlex defect , T02 GBITMBUira i If you suffer from rheumatism or pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment will brinar qulck relief. 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