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THE1' OREGON DAILY- JQURNAlj PORTLAND, THURSDAY. EVENING,' MAY-. 0, 1C07,
BEAERS BEAT 0AK(lO v
BURNS BECOMES CHAMPION IN .
i " iLVt!:' . f'-
..'BT FOUR RU'iS TO THREE
VERY TAME-TWENTY-ROUND GO
- ' If J. S ,
Klntella Touched for Five Hits In
: t Fourth, but Portland Gets
', V TESTERDAT'S RESULTS. . . .
Portland, 4; Oakland, 8. ' ...
Los Angeles, 9; San Francisco, 4. , '
; . $
. tftfiolng of the Clubs.
... .. urn i..,liutki?r.
, A ., ,t m i '
Came I? Desperately Contested
and Result Is Uncertain Until
Last Batter Is Called Out.
V . . . . :. .
In a contest replete with a degree of
rarely ween In big league
games, the Portland High school base-
tvm JllBa. ... ...... -imi
nnklanrt. ............ 14 . 14 .681
. The crowning touch of a good , time Si .
h,.n vaatardavi won rronv mo did
Bun Francisco It 15 .(31
Portland... .......... I ' 28 . .281
. . ....... " -
f the Portland academy by ,e score .or
t ' , ' j, -I . , . ' .. ' " a
i . .... w-rw tvJAT:? .
i villi .
Twice during th battle the score was
tied, once at three all and again t five
all, and not ontll the last cademy lad
. : v . nnt . u it certain
a.m at. uvm - t " "
hiii muM eome out victor. '
The match was" attended br wore
than 1.000 preparatory school pupils and
their friends , and erery one was , a
... . akAni.nnlara were waved ana
lnrt. ui"- -
.. ,i,i miib war ahoated 1ft cnorue
..'. .v.. mffun Motions of the (rand
m. wiih itohool red was even
tnuu. . .w -..
4 atnclctnrs vwonr ' dt tne
bnvs. who tunsed 'their trousers high.
..i.. ak thair color.
as the Itwo echools are' the chief tir-
at for Oi Interscholastlc champion
mi deaneratelT con
torted from start to finish. Neither had
Jost a game so far and each (was de
termined that the other should Jwow
e pf eat The High school won.' but ' If
ft a playing was superior, the Taot was
not evident to a disinterested spectator.
The victory will not count In the final
fcattle for'the cnampionsmpj r
made the High school certain of a place
.v.- ..! rt vinnlsi a, previous
Same, the academy had wade sure of Its
place In the Unai rouna. i.xnw '
nary series does not count In the de
termination f, the championship, for
rhm three highest ntoee .in the league
'play a second series. It has not been
. wkih aril! ho the third
orici nunc. ......... v - - , .
tam, but the East Side Hith school at
present stands the Pest cnanoe. .
Yesterday's game was a high-class
exhibition of academic basebaiT up to
'the second half of the fourth Inning,
; -when the tension became- too great and
i errors began to rush la f. Errors by
; Hurlburt and Jones put Hughes and
Word on. bases. Then Moore cam i up
: and knocked the ball Into the left field
tennis court, and two runs were counted.
This was the beginning of the tally
ing. In the first half of the seventh
the score was tied at three all, and In
the first half of the eighth it was tied
at five all. In the second half of the
eighth Moore slugged out another safe
one, scoring the winning run ft moment
later on Oakes' two-bagger.
, Moore. Oakes and Word did especi
ally, good work for the High school. In
the ninth Inning Jones of the academy
l,d off with a two-bagger and It looked
as if the score would be tied again, but
three men went out in succession and
the game was over.;, ,..;;.
The official score: j
. . AER.H.PO
0 - 1
. ti...i.. ir 4 10Q
' J ii n t ' .. -. - r -;. i ... -
Wnril Tl ' ........... 11
0 ; X
Jloore, lb. ., 4
l'iiton, 8b. J
XlcAlpln. cf. v.,, .
Jameson, ss. ..,
'. iJeady.' .rf..,v.
Ttnli ; . . l ... ;8S S nl 2T
' . PORTLAND ACADEMT. V
. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
t. n.A1lnirham. rf.... 5 -1 1 I
Myers, Sb.. j
Hurlburt, lb. ' i
Ladd, c ....... ...i-1 J J
Doblion, Jb. ....... -- J J
Jones,.-sa. ,jj.unt,'.f i .. 5
Mcltols, If. 4. J "
GtAn, n t .......... S ' v
' J ' X
ToUls i. !","
' sr-nttK BT INNINGS.
.. . . . . a 1
Hits ;;5oi 8 8 06
!. " SUMMART. '
Struck out By Word, 14; by Btone , T
Pae on balls Off WorduK vTw?n "
hits Moore. Jameson, W";?,"":
Wyers. , First base on errors-PorUand
Araiiemv J:- High School, 4. Hit by
Idteht? Ladd. Sacrifice hit Sherer.
I olwbaNlckol. 2.
4 P Cooktngham, Jones, Hughes, Oakes.
jjmplre Rank! a.
"pay your weet side gftft Wlto before
IPriday. 4 p. m. Positively no discount
after that dar.
' : -1
we claim for it we cheerfully take it DacK ana
refund your money. You test, the Eclipse" before
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1 ' l-,M,,i, M ii aju.ia.1"'1 " waimaiili l Tr1" " m.iw
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Wsa-gafBilaWBaB , ,
'l 1 Tommy Burns
' : (Jounul Special Service.)
tn. innim. u Tommy Burns
At Ta Annlai. ft stocky fighter weigh
ing I7S pounds, had the title of cham
pion of the world conrerrea upon mm
h.H iut iht Jteferee Eyetoh. He
received the honor in return for chas
ing Philadelphia Jack O'Brien a ooui a
J 4-foot arena for , 80 weary minutes.
..A than whackln the fugitive in
the back or any other spot that ha was
able to overtaKe in me cnuc
There were many suspicious features
about the fight, or footrace, and opin
ion Is diviaea joaay as io wiiemor
was a fake or simply a fiasco. In the
first plaoe. Referee Eyeton declared all
bets off immediately before the men
entered the rlngT ana rerusea 10 ei
plain, isither then or later, the reason for
his action. - some or me spuria iuw
60SSIP OF POBHAKD'S ; ;
By Willie Btepp. ;
Sloan, the crack keystone . goardlan
of the VUlas. .was spiked In game
last Sunday. : ' '- -
The vacant loia arouna in ohj iru-
duce ' some clever twlrlers. . . Gar
diner of -j the Devoes. - rroosi oi
the .Villas, 1 Crosby. Henkls and Alex-
Ka-RnnUar Hills and Willis
Twerck cf the Parks are soma of them.
The Multnomah ftdditlon nine plays ftt
Dayton on May 1. The Cftvalers are
to play at uresnam ounuaj. ,
Shortstop ray or tne Marowns
ft team, mate or xrucx .aa" v
Hays Valley Trisco, nine. ;
m,. Dnni.i. unii win be In their
new home on Union avenue by the first
of June. - i . . '
George Olsen of tns rnrum nas
released. , .
The grammar school league wm
but three teams to finish tne league,
as Arleta has dropped out. h '
The Grand avenue nine newwn
You have the Eclipse
kitr.hp.n. If it does not
- - r. .MaaaaaaiiaaaaM----' i
of Los Angeles. - .. T ' -' '
Eyeton "smelled" .ft fake at the last
moment and too a toe action ne u
order to bead off the fakt.
;i Whathar hla 1a triia or not.' O'Brien
apparently" went Into the ring with the
fixed determination not to fight. Now
and then he stood up to Burns, but he
never did Mt long enough to make one
good round In the whole 80. - .
Burns seemed willing. A number ox
times he rot his opponent in a corner
and damaged him considerably"; before
he could slip away, t At such times
O'Brien would sometimes flee precipi
tately, at other times be would attempt
an exchange, v While dancing away he
landed a few blows oq Bums' head and
face.' but the latter was entirely unhurt
at the end of the 20 rounds.
' The attendance at the Paciflo Ath
letic club - pavilion, ..where the fight
was neio was s,uuv. ... . j ;
Union yesterday afternoon ftt Mason
ftnd Union by the score of 15 to 14.
- The South ' Portland ' baseball team
would like 'to get a game for Sunday
with any team, in the lty not -over 18.
Call up Art Day,. Main t (7X8, between
0 and T o'clock., f '-,' :.fi.
Any ball team desiring ft game for
May IS Is requested to call up Wood
burn (08 ftnd ask for H. Becker, man
ager, between and 7:80 p. m.
.The North Portland Juniors will chal
lenge any team' In the city to play any
time, providing, : they ' are under ' II
years.' For games call up Main 6866.
Ask for Chester Laird. '
HANDBALL FINALS WILL
. BE PLAYED TOMORROW
Moreland and R. Jones beat Holladay
and A. O. Jones in the Multnomah club
handicap handball tournament last
night This puts Moreland and Jones
In the finals. , The final match will be
played tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at
the club court and should be a rattling
good match.-, Moreland and Jones will
play at scratch. ' Their opponents wll)
be Boulan and Gleason, who will , re
celve a Jiandlcap of .8. points. .'
placed in your
prove to be all
i San Francisco, May 8. Portland took
the second game of the series here yes
terday, thereby boosting her disgrace
ful percentage ft notch higher, , , The
score was 4 to 2.
, -Tk Beavers Started off early and got
two runs berore the commuters Degan.
Ti.. 1 , K - fniirlh Vlnaalla waa lluHtd
unmercifully and it was only luck that
kept uaxiana rrom mailing mora un
three. , ;.. Portland landed two . again in
the fifth and after that there was noth
ing doing. . . ' ''
: The score:
v. ; . . ; t PORTLAND. ,
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Bhlnn. ss. '.... ..,, y 0 0 X 0 I
Lovett, cf. ........... 4 . X X
Casey,' lb ........... X . X J
MoCredle,' rf. 4 0,1
r. , , i f
Dunleavy. tb. ....... 8 X
L'onanue, c. ....... i . . i i
rroll. If. 2 ' 0
Carson, Xb. 4 . 0
Klnsella, p. ......... 40
I. Totals 8! 4
4 8T 8
' f OAKLAND. : '
L . AB. R. H. PO. A. E
Breitn, ir. ...,.....
Van Haltran. cf.
Halev. ZD. f.
Vllvbea. lb. ..........
Wright,; p. ,.,,..
Total .'.V:,.;..,.84 S It IT 11 I
; SCORE BY INNINGS, i .
Portland . .0 I 01 2 0 , 0 J 4
Hits . ......,r.o I 0 1 X 0 X 0 X- J
Oakland . . ......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. I
Hits , tjus.ii. is w ti
aj.ria.na. hita Ornll. Thinlearv. Bases
on ball Off Wright, 4: Struck out
By Klnsella. 8; by wngni, . ttaia
Klnsella. Double plays Carson (unas
sisted); Casey to Bhlnn. - passea pan
u.nlr. WIM nltr-h . TTInaella. Time
of game One hour and , 47 minutes.
umpire rerrine. - u .- f .
', Angels Beat Trlsoo. ;'.
Los Angeles. May I. Dillon's home
run was the feature. . Score: . ,
.1 R. H.B.
1m innlti : . .8 2 2 0 0X00 14 0
Ban Francisco. . .1 0000080 04 8
Batteries Hosp ana uogan; wuus
and Esola.' Umpire Derrick. ;
NATIONAL l-EAGUE J
. ' '' , Won. Lost
Chicago , .X7 8 ;
New Yorx . ,...........i" 1 s
Philadelphia . , .........11 v. 7
tnusDurg ........ ..... -
Ttnatnn . . .............. I . 9 .
Cincinnati . . T - 18
at TvMila . ... ....... a . Id
wrooKiyn . . . .. . i .
v : v ; s : . ...f -,. , : R. H. E.
Boston . .' 4 8 1
Cincinnati . . ..................0 0 4
Batteries Pfeffer ftnd Brown Mason
ad SchleL , ,
, . ; At miftdslphla, ',! " '
. ' ( - ., . R. H. E.
St Louis . 6 18 I
Philadelphia..': U........4 XX 8
Batteries MeGIynn ftnd Noonan;
Sparks, Moran, McSullivan and ' Jack
'Ki'A Wew Tor. . -f
Pittsburg . ............... ....0 4 X
New!) York . ..4 1
. Batteries Lefleld and . Phelps; Math
ewson and Bresnahant ': , . ....
i . . - f , -
' At Brooklyn.
Chicago ,..XS X6 1
Brooklyn . , .....i...r.,,i... 4 8 1
Batteries Brown and . Kling; Strlck
lett, Berger ftnd Butler. .
r . At LoalsTlUe. '
Louisville, May 2. Chu-ehill Downs
race results: '
Mile fiuagga won, Delia Thorpe see-
By aiccepting our - Special Terms and
Conditions and ordering the Great
G2VURTZ CELLS IT
; GEOZ BLOCK Bowocd Brtom ruor AK6
i 11 ;
., k. fl' f . a
ond, Zick Abrams third; time, X:48.
Four furlongs Memneta won, uremi
second, Margaret Randolph third; time,
80 X-i. -
atr rnrlonraDmo .won. Marmorean
second. Refined third: time 1:18 1-5.
Mil atul an elchth Rehounder won.
Bell Indian second. Tinker' third; time,
:88 4-8. - '
...ii iivlAna-aPhll' Vtnoh won. Ral-
bert second, Beau Brummel third; time.
88. ..v.,v.:-r-:. -
Four furlongs Mouquette won, Oen
ra'8 second, Tim Kelly third; time,
(0 8-8, - , ' .
: NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE'
;'':;: " il' Won.
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, : ','' .j 'X1
8 v. :
Butte . ,
Vancouver ., .t'w.i
' :; .At Aberdse. ;
Aberdeen--.' ....00800810 8
Spokane . ..... .X 0 0 0 0 X 0 8 0 S 8 T
. Batteries Osburn, KUnkhammer - and
Alt man; 'Tonneson, Higglnbotham and
Brown. Umpire Ehret . , .
At VkMOMS, . ; R
Taoomft.,0 0X0000000000 8 1 8 8
Butte ...0X00000000000 X 8 7 0
Batteries Claflln and Shaft; Hooa ftnd'
Meyer. - . .. ..
- At Seattle. ' '
" " ' ' R. H EX
Seattle 0 0 0 0 4 1 6
Vancouver .... .0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 8 6 8
Batteries Allen and Stanley; Kelson
and Spencer. Umpire Mahafley.
i.-.:. ',: 1 " , 111 'i- :.,;;X't4'C:-:
' :f New York State League. .
Joantal Speetal Berrloe.)
Utica, N. Y May The New York
State league begins the season today,
under conditions perhaps more . favory
able for success than ever before since
the league was organized. 'The open
ing games according to schedule are to
be played as follows: Scranton, holder
of the pennant, at Troy; WUkea-Barre
at Albany, 8yraeui8 at A. J. O., ftnd
Blnghamton at cues.
Socdno Srs, Portland
. From, the first
fleck of ash they are,
clean, carefully blended tobacco is "aided-re-
marlrft W v Ki thft individual mbuthDieces which
laftft ewy '
cool the rsmolce, and
. ,' ti!-1- ..a. fa.,ra, !Vf 3ffa- fTiart''
:5. common to cigarettes, although their, full-
flavor is unsurpassed.
The men of the West smoked 100,000,000 Imperials In 1908
-,,.,'' .:.. ' ' '
- GAME 0N SUNDAY
Brewers and Cuba to Meet for Plrgt
, Time Thia BeaeotrOa the
r;;,.; .'lj LeaaTne Groonda," -
wr.4 B.tnnti Vftanmon at 8:80 the
hard-hitting Brew will contest cham.
ptonshlp honors witn jwarry omnu a
Teddy Bears on tbft professional dia
mond ftt .Twenty-fourth and Vftughan
streets. - -
This game will be the first between
these two teams In the Trl-CHy league
and should be a good one. -..vi
The Brewers return from AstorU
flushed with their victory over, the Bo
hemian ftt that' jflacft. ' The team has
been strengthened In both outfield and
around the sacks and ' practlcs - has
worked wonders with the men Robin
son will probably be used in the bog
and Crl King, touted as , the best
catcher in local baseballdom, will of
ficiate behind the bat. V V
The Cubs are fast bunch, ftnd to
every fan who witnessed their work
against the husky Milliners last Satur
day, their playing needs no boosting.
Olney, the southpaw, will probably be
put on the slab for, thS Cubs. The
tame, will be called -promptly t 8:30
by Umpire Cheyne. The line-upof the
two teams will be announoed Friday.
RESULTS OF PONY RACES
" J ' At Oakland.
; San rranelsco, May 8. Results of
yesterday's tftcesl J '
Six furlongs Combury won, Rose
Cherry second, CftlU third;tlme, 1:14
Six furlongs Bemay won, Tawasen
tha second, Eire Mate third; time, 1:15
your New Home. We
will take your oia Kange or
Stove in pah payment on a
new "Eclipse." No range is
"just as good" as Eclipse"
Investigate Its Superior- Qualities.
fracrrant puff, tb , the last
eniovment of their clear,
- ' 4 t ' I
thethin maii paper-- r
e ; '
One mile ftnd 10 yards Royal Maxim
woiv Tonld second, Seven Bells, third;
time, 1:46 8-8. fi
Mile and ft furlong J. C. Clem won,
Bedford second, Eduardo third; time,
1:81 l-t. ' .''." v,
. Six furlongs Mlsty's Pride won, Do
rado "econd. Ban PosaX: third;- time,
1:18 8-8; . '.- - ' S'
Six and ft half furlongs Blagg won,
Ocean Shore second, 81 Francis third;
time, 1:07. '' - ,..:- ;-T
',': .AMERICAN LEAGUE f
: Loet' 'PC.
NewyYork , .11 .
PhllAdslphlft, . ... ...... 10 'l
Detroit ..,.........10. I
Cleveland ... .,, ........... J ' JOT 1
Boston ... . ........ ' f , ; ? ' v
Washington . i f . tXXv '
St-IiOuiS ,.. . t m. rt .6,.';,, 1.4 ;
: At (Jhtoare.' . .r '4
Chicago . ! -i . "
Batteries Altrock. Plene nd McFar
land; Moore, Joss and Wakefield.
'?r$ ' '''.. At' St. Xonla. 6 r 'i i . kl:
; Ko game; rain. ;
, -Idaho Tournament! ; v 7 .
' Boise, Idaho, May 8 A large num
ber of expert marksmen from various
ne thia nA neighboring states
faced the traps today at the opening of
the first annual tournament of the Ida
ho State Sportsmen's nssoclfttion, The
tournament Is. to extend over two day,
during which time U events wm be
shot off. " ' " '
XT TOT OOVT
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for I constipation, dyspepsia, materia,
ohtllS ana ail liver compia-Jiiia.., nr. j
Sf Emory,' Teaa, writes: "My wife has
,,.ln Harblne for herself and
children for five - It. ! a mra.-
cure for eonsnpaiiwn . - -ver,
which is substantiated by-what jt
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