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vTHE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, v SUNDAY , MORNING, JUNE 2. 1E37.
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iSFORTING NEWS
Local, National
& International
Compiled by Experts for
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OF , FIELD' fJEET
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AfirJUAL REGATTA
AUTO CLinOlflG
PORTLAND PLAYS
BRITT AGAIN TO
COflTEST FRIDAW
. ERRORLESS GAME
BATTLE NELSON
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: Shuts Out : Commuters X in
; ; 1 Prettiest Contest ok Local
Grounds This Season. ,?.
; PITCHER CALIFR IS :X :
"X-xX IN HIS BEST FORM
i.'i
. ; .Bed-Headed Bndolph I Knocked
5 " Off the Mountain--"SpltUOT' Ho
,' r t gan Takes " His Place Bat la
.," ' Clouted Nearly m Badly.
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TXSTEBOaTS results.
Oakland Portland s. ' A ' ,
San Franoisoo 4, Lot Angeles S.
Standing at the Clubs. '
!,-.--' Won. Lost
, l Angeles ......... II 17 . .
'Baa Francisco ....... !" It '-'
p.c.
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"Oakland IT " 18 ' ,41
'Portland . li IT .101
. Think of tha Beavers playing an ac-
- rorlaaa game! -
'' No. It'a not -a dream. Thafa what
Lthey did yesterday really and ' truly.
. ; And not for only ona Inning. Tha? did
It for . nine. -' ;
' Tha Portland ball players got down
'to bualnesa raatardar and ahowad what
,'they can do1 whan wall, sometime
' pltehar Call ft daaerraa much of ' tha
; .credit Callff reminded tba fana of hla
numerous abut-out games laat year.
He end hla perfect aupport downed
'tha Commuters In one-two-three order
' : Inning- aftar inning, and not until tha
, eighth, wbaa . Calls waakanad Just a
.little, did an Oaklandar maka tha ao-
'cualntanoa of tba keystons sack.
f. I tha sighth Calls cava thraa baaaa
i an ball! and It looked aa If tha visitors
i wara going to tally. . But thay didn't.
Lovsy Lovett waa thara with , tha big
mitt to catbar In a low, dangerous fly
'put away by Heltmuller and tha game
ended with nlna bis gander eggs (or tha
; man from tba south. , ', ' V .,;.
? -.:-.. ,. Bandolph Bit Hard.' '
- ' Tha Beavers knocked Pltehar Ran
-dolph out of tha bos In tba fourth and
. "flplt-Ball" Hogan want In ta hla place.
.Hogaa waa batted for four hits, ona of
, them a beautiful three-bagger by 'Baa
Bey. -. '
Tha fun In tha fourth began with a
.walk to Donabua. . "Donny" (tola aeo
J ond, Movredla flew out and then Baa
!aey, who haa auddenly learned "lo hit
' In tha right epot, knocked a liner which
- netted him two baga and sent Donahue
.cantering home. Moore atngled and
at ol. aecond. - Carson, who haa auddenly
j got hla range finder, singled, bringing
in jsaaaey. Moors crosaeo xna pan on
Heltmuller'e tuggla of -Carson's hit. '' Ca
lls fanned and Loratt ' sent Caraon
" around on a three-swat, acortng himself
'' a moment rater on HaUeya fumble of
' fihlnn's grounder. . -: . , ?
Then "flplt-Bair Hogan want to tha
: mountain, HoCredla Baaaey, Carson
and CallS ail scored aafa blta OS his
twisters, Bassey made,, bis three
., bagger Immediately after McCredle'i
.: single in tha seventh and tallied the
. big fellow, making Portland's - only
other run. Tha official scorer spaaka in
,thla wtsa' .. .
. ' - PORTIUKtt '
;';'' . AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
Lorett cf. all 1 0
, fhlnn, sa, ........... t I d
Casey, 2b. 4 01 I I 0
Donahue, lb I , 1 t 1
McCredle. rf. ........ I 1 1 0
Bassey, 1& .......... tilt SO
) Moore, . til I I t
iCarson, lb. . ....... ..-4 . 1 1 11 0
iCaiiS, p. t S I I
Totals .
.11
I IT 14
" OAKLAND. - '
f ":- '..: -r AB.R.H.PO. A.E.
Smith. If. ..IS SI
Van Haltren. ct ..... I I
Heltmuller. rt ...... 4 0 1
Eagan, as. .......... 4 11
7 Bliss. C , 1 4 I t
Haley, lb. ..4 S t
:Blgby. lb. t 10
; Devereaux, lb. ...... I S 0 0
-.Randolph, p. 10 0:0
Hogaa, p. , t 1 0
. t
t oiata ...........ev v m as sa
t i BCORB BT INNINOS.
ToUls
I Oakland . . .......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
V Hlta . ,..0 0 1 1 1 0 14
T Portland . . 00010010 (
Hlta ...1 0 1 I 0 1 I 1
Struck out Br Calls. 11: by Ran-
' dolph, t; by Hogan. 1. Bases on balls
oa calliz. s; on Kannoipn, ; on nogan,
i 1. Two-base hit Bassey, Three-bass
1 bits Lorett, . Bassey. jDoublo play
' Donahue to caaey. Hacrinca nits Bas
;sy, CallS, Lorstt 1. Stolen baaea Don
' ahne. llonre. llcCredla. Hit by Ditched
ball Smith. Flrat base on error
Portland, 1. Left on basee Portland.
.;; Oakland, t. - Innlnga pitched By
, Randolph, 4: by Hogan. 4. Base hits
.- vit Randolph, i; ott Hogan. 4. Time of
. g.une One hour and 4ft mlnutaa, Urn
ire vemcK. ,. '
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; i "WlllUm Califfr who helped Fort-
land win the Coast league pennant
.last' year. Calls hat been. out of
form this year until yesterday" when
he held the Commuters dowa to four
tit,'.-'-
Kumor.bas It JUll'WiH Be
Pulled Off in Opposition to
Squires -Burns Fight ,
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BRITT HAS ALWAYS
WANTED ANOTHER GO
Enconnter Wonld Eroka Vast Intor
est Bra Haa Taken Foaaeaalon
." ct Jeffries' Old Training; Quarter
4 to Fit Himself (or Australian.
V ' By W. W. Naughton,
m..,. Hmma hr ImrMt t sssii Wire.)
San Franoisoo, June 1. For aaveral
days past there hare bean rumors to
tha affect that BatUlng Nelson, who
hasn't "turned a wheel" in oeany two
years, Is to be brought here la a hurry
from Hot Springs and signed up with
jimmy Biitt so that tha enemies of Pro
moter Cof froth, who haa arranged a
Fourth of July oontest between squires,
ths Australian champion, and Tommy
Burns, may be able to "stage" an oppo
sition . pogillstio event oa ths national
holiday. Tha report haa been denied
weakly, but It cropa up again.
The ator aoea that ths deslrs to spoil
the Colma attraction as far aa possible
haa Ita wall-spring animosities engen
dered among tha members of that turbu
lent organisation known aa tha fight
trust and that BUly Nolan, who man
area Nelson and deteats Cof froth on
account of a wrangle oyer moving pic
ture money, haa lined up with tba antl
Coffroth forces la ths attempt to bring
confusion to ths plane of tha Colma
promoter. :
-Bt Old light Trass.
As to ths jars and Jealousies which
beset the old fight trust and made It
a laughing stock In tha ayes of sporting
men ths country oyer, the writer has
nothine- further to say than that It la
a pity ths game of cross purposes which
was played throughout that praotioauy
flghtless year should be perpetuated.
Aa to the Nolan-Cof froth suit for sa
accounting, or.-whateyer It la, tha mat
ter, X understand. la In ths courts, and
It la only fair to assums that a Just
decision will be rendered when the time
cornea v .' -I
This thing of ettempting ta kin off
one fight by arranging another for the
same date Is something which concerns
ths public, however, and ss such It is
the privilege of wportlng ertttee to com
ment upon It. : , -;. i t. :
, ' Promoter JTot Xnowm. -
. No matter which angle the matter la
viewed from It looks ueer. To begin
with. It cannot possibly be a money
making venture, for - no - sane match
maker would think of selecting a date
that haa already been preempted by an
ether in hla Una of. business. Incident
ally, one of the queerest points In this
queer business IS that while It la com
mon talk that the matching of Nelson
and Brltt for' July 4 la to be gone
through with, no one Is quits sure who
Is to be ths leading promoter of ths
event.' " : : -
' It Is claimed that the details of the
bout were arranged by Billy Nolan and
Wlllla Brltt and that assurance Is forth
coming that a permit for holding tha
fight, in Ban Francisco will be granted,
but In the name of what person or club
the permit la to be Issued, or just where
ths oontest Is to . take place, is being
kept a secret, . - . -
- Manager atast Be Ashamed.
Ths evident disinclination of the club
manager or bead promoter to disclose
his Identity suggests that he feels he
will be a party to a rather unsports
manlike undertaking. There haa never
been any particular demand for a Nel-son-Britt
return match, tbe Impression
left by that affair at Colma two years
sgo being that the question Of superi
ority was definitely settled at that time.
As proof of this It may be cited that
while fanciful and fabuloue purses have
been offered for all kinds of fights, not
even one of the rich Nevada mining
camps has named a pries for a second
meeting between the Dsns and the sa
tlva son,' -
' 'Brltt, however, haa been persistent
In seeking another meeting with the
Norseman, and. to do him Justice, he has
always seamed to be sincere In hie de
sire to tackle the only man who has
ever knocked him out. If the two man
ever do meet It will doubtless be In a
10-round bout wherein Brltt can use his
cleverness aa an offset to the Dane'e
penchant for close-in work.
With both men allowed ample time to
train, something which Is absolutely
necessary wben it Is remembered that
the fighting qlsllflcatlone of each of
them haa lain fallow for practically two
years, and with ths attendant circum
stances such that the pubilo would be
led to believe that the old rivalry between-
the pair bad been aroused.' a
Britt-Nelnon match would appeal to fol
lowers of Queensberry sports.
But aa long as someone can point to
the fact that Battling Nelaon haa per.
slstently turned a deaf ear to Brltt for
two years, and that Battling Nelson re
cently turned down aa offer of a purse
of 140,000 to box Jos Gans at. Ely, un
favorable comment would be of neces
sity Invited were Nelson . snd Brltt
brought together with what might right
ly be termed indecent nasie.
Buna at Xarhla Rprlngs,
' Tommy Burns haa gone to Harbin
Springs, Lake county, to train for his
fight with Bill Squires and will have
ths use of ths gymnasium erected for
Jim Jeffries when the big fellow first
went to the mountains to prepare .him
self for his contest with Ous Ruhlin.
Most of the equipment put In place for
Jeffries will bs svsllable for Bums, but
Tommy says he will dispense with the
100-pound esndbeg with wnien jeri usea
to toy when he needed a foil for hla
Immense strength and superabundant
frisklneas.)
"Nothing out of the wny for me."
said Burns. "Straight road work and
plenty of bag-punching and sparring,
with perhsps an occasional hunting trip
for diversion will shout fill ths Mil"
As for sparring partners, Tommy will
have enough of them to form a drill
corps. He has arranged for the services
of Billy Woods, ths colored . heavy;
Oeorge Brown of Oakland and 'Jimmy
Burns, otherwise Oeorge Kemslo, ie
Is In hopes sf securing Bob Ward, who
used to seal at Jack O'Brien at Los An-
gelea
. Burns will break camp at Harbin
about tea days before the date of ths
fight with Squires and Will put tha fin-
ten In touches to bm training at tbe
Halls nop eluo, Oakland.
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t jimMaSBLL,Jl-il tnf lj nliniiiii rr, nr r 'i'
C. R. Zacharlas of the Unlversltr of Oregon throwing the le-ponnd
' hammer. Zacharlas la a likely candidate for tha P. N. A. track
' team which will be sent to Jamestown In September. Ia the Trl
. ' . State meet oa Decoration dar ha threw tha hammer IBS, feat, t
v ' r Inches, breaking tha northwest record "
UNIVERSITY ,T0 HAVE ;
A NEW GYMNASIUM
Coach Archie Hahn Agitates Scheme
and Student Bod Reealvee ,.'
XX to Carrjr It OnC ; T
(Sseelal DUpateh te The JearaaL) '
Paolfle. University, Forest Grove, Or,
June L Paclflo unlyarslty is to have a
new gymnasium Jo ooat in ths nslghbor-
hood of tll.000 or 120,000.
This scheme, which has been In solu
tion for soms time, was actually erys-
taiisea yeateroay anernoon at a meet
ing of tha student body, when' Coach
Archie Hahn laid ths plan before ths
assembly for consideration. ' - -
WUliam Ellaha Owynn a poke of the
need of a nova gymnaalum-and James
Ward, manager of the track team,
thought that it was by all means pos
sible to build a nsw gymnasium in that
ths students had raised .-so much for
ths ladles' dormitory.
Then a subscription waa started by
tha sophomorek and tha flva boys and
three girls pledged 4S; ths "Juniors,
however, went them ons -better, their
three girls and flvs boys pledging .
After that' ths subscriptions came ia
thick and fast
Coach Hahn haa drafted plans for ths
nsw gym. It will ba a handsome two
story structure, . with -swimming tank
and the latest equipments. Hahn has
been engaged aa physical instructor for
tha whole of next year.. ; .
FOUR PRIZES ARE UP
lJ FOR TODAY'S SHOOT
Among Others Are apont Handi
cap Trophy, to B Competed
; ." for for Second Time.
Ths members of ths Multnomah Rod
and Oua club will compete today for
four trophlea at .the club's trapa. Tbe
Dupont trophy, which waa put up for
ths first tlms last Sunday, Is a handi
cap prise for ths first II birds, and
must bs won three times In order to
become a permanent possession.
Ths In man diamond medal for ths
first 10 birds Is a trophy that la shot
for every week, to be worn by ths win
ner until ths following Sunday.
Tbs Multnomah Rod and Oun club
haa hung up a special gold medal as a
handfeap pviss for tee mat io birds
brought down today.
, Those who made under Tl per cant
laat Sunday will compete today for ths
Dupont medal. Shooting will begin at
t O'clock. .., v. , ..
Ths club Is planning an open tourna
ment for ths latter part of Juno or ths
first part of July. Sportsmen from all
over ths northwest will be Invited, and
attractive purses will be hung up. .
TOURIST CAR AGENCY
; OPENS IN PORTLAND
Machine la Made . In Te Angeles
' lliere It Baa' Tkea Man
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"Ths Oregon Motor Csi company.. a
nsw agency in Portland, has-opened up
temporary offices St 101 Seventh street
It Is agent for ths "tourist" motor ear,
made Is Los Angeles by ths Auto Ve
hicle company.' Thla car ta a tl-horse-power,
two-cylinder machine, which
ssats five persons, .It nas a detachable
tormeau. , ... ': ,A
Although, not a' racing machine, it
has taken numerous reoorda In Cali
fornia, and will be aeea hers in ths suto
races. Ths model K T, two-cylinder 11
horsepowsr stock oar, with racing gear,
broke tbe World's record for li miles
on a circular track for any stock car
carrying four people regardless of power,
number of cylinders or price. With a
standing start It mads II miles In It
minutes and 47 aecond a. or mors than
10 miles- sn hour. This .record was
mads on Saturday, May 4, lt07, at Agri
cultural park, Loa Angeles. Ths sams
machine came In - second to an eastern
10-horsepower, four-cylinder ' car la a
five-mile free-for-all race,
Ths Tourist" motor- ear haa been on
the market. sines 101. Los Angsles has
more than 1.000 of them., , .- j .
L M. Da via. II oa ballot,, stands for
honorable deals no Jobbery, , - .
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SANFARA BREAKS : t :
RECORD FOR MILE
Beats Record of Bees Catcher in
Special Handicap Oa tba '
' . ' Cklaad tnOCZJ'X-SZXi
' (Joarsal Special Serrlea.)
San Ftanclaco,' June 1. Sanfara broke
ths California record for a mile at Oak
land today In the special handicap for
4-year -olda and up, for which aa tl00
purse had been offered with an addV
tlonal 1200 If tha record waa broken.
Ths daughter of Ingoldsby-- closed a
alight favorite over Bedford In ths bat
ting and after indulging Optician with
tha lead, te ths three Quarters want to
ths front and had enough left to- Stall
OS ths game finish of Bedford and win
by three quart era -of a length la 1:11 t-a.
Tha previous record waa bald by Bear
Catcher 1:11 tt. Summary:.
First race, ons mils and Ave furlongs
TaJmund (McLaughlin), 4 to 1, won;
Harbor (Kirschbaum), t to I, second;
Rotrou (Alalia), 10 to L third. Time,
1:41 4-1. -
Second raes,one and - a sixteenth
miles Cabin (Kirschbaum). 10 to; 1,
won; Hugh MoGowsn (Sandy), T to.l,
second; Elevation (Davis), 11 to (,
third. Time. 1:44 4-1.
Third race, five furlongs, handicap
Collage Widow (Gross), 4 to 1, - won;
Turnaway (Ksogh), t to L aecond:
Balnada (McLaughlin), 10 to 1, third.
Time, 1:00 1-1. : " '
Fourth race, one mile, special weight
handicap Banfara (Davis), 11 to. I,
won; Bedford (Kirschbaum), It to I,
seoond; Opuolaa (Sandy),-10 te 1, third.
Time. 1:11 I-l. , ' - -
Fifth race. Futurity course t St Fran
cis (Davis), 11 to I, won; Brunlng Bush
(Kirschbaum), I to 1, second; Nothing
(Nichols), 10 to 1, third. Tims, 1:10.
Sixth raes six and one halt furlongs
Ethsl Day (Borel), 14 to I, won; Se
curity (Fischer). 11 to 10, seoond; Prin
cess Tltanle (Davis), It te I, third.
Time, 1:11 4-i. . .
SEALS AND ANGELS '
NOW EVEN ON SERIES
(Hearst Rewa by Leesest liml Wire.) -
San Franoisoo, Juno L The Seala
took a game of the flip-a-eoln variety
from tha Angsls today by a score of
4 to I. This makes them svsa up on
the series of the week. Tomorrow's
two games will decide whether Long's
or Dillon's men will carry away the
honore for the entire series.
Today's game waa In doubt until ths
Isst Angel bad died in the first part of
ths ninth. Dolly Gray and Oscar Jones
omolated on tha sending snd of the two
batteries, and sack had his bad Innings.
Carlisle tore oS a home run over that
right Held fence In tha seventh. Hs Is
now even with Truok Began, sash hav
ing four hocero over that high en
closure. Ths score by innings:
Los Angsles 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 t
Hits.. .,v.V..O 0 0 I 1 0 I I 0 T
San Francisco ....0 I S 0 0 0 0 1 I
Hlta ....1 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 I
Batteries Hogaa and Gray; Street
and Jonse. TJmplre Psrrine. : ; . ;
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PORTLAND MAY JOIN
NORTHWEST LEAGUE
(seeetel Dlspateh te Tee Jearaalt "
Vancouver. B. C June 1. It was re
ported here today that the Vauooirvsr
franchise In ths Northwest league will
bs given to Portland. Offlolala of tbs
local club deny ths story, slthough It
Is hinted that negotlatlone for a trans
far of the franchise have been going on
for some time. -, ) , . ,
Interclasa Ball Game. i.'.
' The June, '07, baseball team of the
Portland High ' school showed Its supe
riority over ths February, '01 team of
ths same school Friday on Multnomah
field by ,the score of t to f. .- The lino,
op: - ,..-."'
- June Sherwood, catcher; Kendall,
pitcher; Healy, flrat bass; VlnUn (cap
tain), seoond base; Gordon, shortstop;
Bruse, third bass; Mullen, left field;
WheUsss, center field; Barbs y, right
field. . . . . i
February A. Noyes (captain), catch
er; Hlckson, pltchsr; - E. Noyee,- first
base; Strlby, second bass; Bernard,
shortstop; Sutton, third base; Buck, left
Held i Barksdale, center Held; Owens,
right flsld.
HLU MiUtary Academy ,Ath
lete Takes Four Firsts
. - at Corvallis. ; .
INDIVIDUAL MEDAL
GOES TO LOCAL BOY
Majs Workv Also Brings Team Cap
to H. M, A Captures Three Rons
.' and Broad Jump Kellog and
Jay Also Distinguish Themselres.
"(BpertsI Mssateh Ths JaarBSll-"
Corvallis, Or.. June 1. Ths strong
bunch of athletes from ths H1U Military
academy of Portland . won tha cup at
the first annual lntersoholaatlft track
meet held under ths auspices of ths stu
dent ' body of the Oregon Agricultural
college, here this afternoon.
'Mays, -the star athlats of ths same
team won the Individual medal, having
a total of 10 points to his credit .
Kellog of Baker City and Jay of
Pendleton wars othsr particular stars of
ths day. Both of these man won three
first, events. - The meet was close and
spiritedly contested throughout Baker
City, with but two men, Portland High
with their strong team of point winners,
combined with ths champion Pendleton
team, made matters interesting for their
rivals until ths laat Ths track meet
was a decided success In every respect
- v - Crowd Xa Saiga, .- ..-
A largo crowd witnessed ths eontsst,
and a banner of each high school wss
waving on the field. The best of feel
ing prevailed throughout and enthusi
asm ran high aa tha Juniors meds rec
ords that would have been creditable to
collegiate athletea. -
- Jay, In ths high Jump, probably .has
no.oqusl In Oregon. In the polo vault
he la also nova ths average athlete.
His. work was ths most spectacular of
the day. Ths meet went far above ths
expectation la point of success, to ths
local managers, and all of ths schools
will send representatives ts a almilar
mast held here next year..'
ataasmarx of Srraate, -'"N '-'
100-yard dash Glass, P. ' A-i - first;
Walters, Island -City, Second; 'Dart,
Portland high, third; time, 11 flat '
1 80-yard ran Maya, H. M. A first;
Breeding. Portland high, aecond; Bur
asp, CorvaUla, third; tlms, 1:07. :
Pols vault Jay, - Psndlston, ' first;
Toung, La Grande, second; MUlerlng,
Island City, third; distance, 10 feet
110-yard dash Glaaa, P. A., first;
Meier. Portland high, second j Xbnsksr,
Xugene, third; tlms, 0:141-1. -
High, - Jump Jay, Pendleton, first;
Kellog, Baker City, second; : Norrts, P.
A-. third; helghth. T feet Inches.
- Hammer throw Kellog, Baker City,
flrat; Thornton. - Roeeburg, second;
gwebke. Island City. Udrd; distance,
lit feet f mehes. '.
Mile run Maya, H. M. first;
'Breeding, Portland high, second; Gregg,
Corvallla. third; time, :0 4-0.
. Shot put Kellog, Baker City, first;
Taylor, H. M. A aecond; Thornton.
Roaaburg, third; distance, 41 fsst
IU Inches. - , -
440-yard-dash Mays, H.'M. A, first;
Bean, Bugsns, seoond;- Meier, Portland
high, third: time, 0:11 4-1.
Discus Kellog, . Baker . City, first;
Tsylor, H. M. A, second; Jsy, Psndls
ton, third; distanos, 101 fsst - ;
110-yard, hurdles Jay, ' Pendleton,
first; Hswkins, Portland high, second;
McGulre, Portland high, third; time, II
flat - . - ' '
Broad Jump Maya H. M. A4 first;
Jay, Psndlston, seoond; Woodard, Port
land high, third; distance, It fsst t
Inches. 1 ' - '
110-yard, hurdles Xm tours tie, Port
land high, first; Dixon, Pendleton, seo
ond; Hawkins, Portland high,, third;
time. flat. y, '
Portland academy won ' the "relay
erent - - ,..
RODERICK MACLEAY IS
STATE GOLF CHAMPION
BSSBBSBsaBSBSSSBaBBasass ' ' f
Roderick Maolaay of P'ortland Is ths
golf champion of Oregon. Mrs, W. B.
Aysr Is the woman, champion at the
same fascinating game.
The finals la tha annual state tour,
namsnt were played, on tha Waverly
links - yesterday,, ' Macleay defeating
Gordon Voorhies and Mrs. Ayer beat
ing Miss Flanders. - The men's handi
cap waa won by O. R. , Andrews of
Seattle and the women's handicap by
Mrs. J. C. Alnsworth. The men's long
driving contest ' was won by Voorhies,
who knocked tbs little round ball 111
feat - Mrs. Dewltt Conn 11 won ' the
women's driving - eontsst - making - 111
fsst Ths tournamsnt snded with a
dinner and dancs at the clubhouse last
night st which mors than 100 'golf en
thusiasts were pressnt . . r '
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS t
DEFfJAT;DALLES NINE
(SpeHel Msseem a Tse JeeraeLI
Eugene, Or., June 1. The University
of Oregon defeated Arthur . Stubllng's
Dalles team .today by heavy hitting.
Tha acors waa 7 to 1. The feature of
the game waa the delivery of Hurd,
only three hits being found oft him.
Tha olub'e only run came la the ninth
Inning, on a man being hit by a pitched
ball. Oregon's only error, snd a bad
throw to cut off tha runner. Oregon's
first run cams la ths fourth off two
hits. Two mors were snnsxed ta tbs
sixth.' In ths seventh flvs hits netted
four tallies. . -
. Batteries Oregon, Hurd and Kelly,
The DallesTsllafsre snd MoCoy.
: ... - -. R. H.JB.
6rsgon i.. ...... ...... T H .1
The Dalles ...... w..i .11 I
.... ' ' I-
Whlta Caps Wallop Ragles. ,
Ths Young Whits Cape bast 'the
Toung Eaglea yesterday by ths score of
to 0. Grayson struck Out 1 men.
The lineup:
Toung White Caps IB. Olblln. catch
er; Grayson, pitcher; Wills, first base;
Twining, second bass," F. Glblln, third
base; FulL shortstop; Peterson, left
field l Hsrsog, right- field; 'Stensman,
center Hold. - f -. , ' i --
Toung Eagles O. Robinson, catcher;
Moore, pitcher Stark, flrat bass; O.
Weston, seoond base R. Weston, third
bass; Hammond, shortstop; J. MoTlm
peny, left field; C MoTlmpeny, right
flsld; Olivet, center flsld, , -
Vancouver's Senior Four Ex
" iriects to Capture North
west Championship. X
THIS YEAR'S RACES TO v
BE ROWED AT SEATTLE
Sawcra, Pattlson, Laing and Moore
Will Be Members of the Crew
Canadians . Enter " Oarsmen la
- Erery Event on the Card.
r.'V- ,':r"By A. wOarvey.-
Vancouver, B. C, June 1 Vsncouver
will send a strong senior crew to the
annual ragatta st the North Psclf lo As
sociation of Amateur Oarsmen, which
will be held at Seattle July 4. The
Officers of the club are highly ' elated
over ths showing made by ths -club rep
resentatives at ths Victoria regatta.
They realise that the crew f. la the
strongest that has been turned out of
the club for several years . snd It is
safe to say that It will take a speedy
crew to pull away from ths locals,
Norman Bawers, who last season
made such a . remarkable showing In
ths singles snd who wss 'looked upon
as a coming champion In the singles,
has forsaken tba alnglea for this yesr
and will dsvots all of hla tlms to ths
senior four oared crew. 8awers will
stroke the crew. J. R. R. Moors is a
atronsr oarsman and nulla a strong oar
fin No. I seat Charles being, in no.
1 seat IB well known in atnieuo circles
oa the coast Ha Is tbs holder of the
amateur heavyweight' boxing and
wrestling championships of the province
snd haa been rowing In ths club Junior
four for two seasons. This Is his first
season In ths senior boat
, other atembers of Orew.
la Thomas Pattlson, ths club has-a
strong and reliable man la the bow
seat He baa had lota of experience
snd can be depended on to pull his best
tMs season. With Waite aa a partner
Pattlson - won ths Junior doubles of
tbe N. P. A. A. C two' yeara ago,
and laat season won ths senior doubles
at the regatta held at Nelson. .Pllla
bough, who waa In the senior boat'last
season. Is now residing la Portland and
ta pulling aa oar la tbe Oregon City's
senior crew. ? -
With tbs sxoeptloa of . the senior
crew. Captain Oeorge Seymour has not
yet decided who the other oiuo repre
sentatives shall be.. Entries will be
made In ' every - championship ' event,
while tha elub wtU also be represented
ia ,-the- eenee-eveatfc---wrv- ' .
" '. -' Junior Crews Working. ; '
Captain Seymour, hod three Junior
crews working every evening, but will
not select the crew to represent ths
club till ths middle of next month.
There Is soms good material on hand
this season from which- ths Junior rep
resentatives will bs chosen. . . - '
. Although nothing definite haa been
announced 'regarding the club'e plana,
It is understood' that unless some othsr
aspirant for honors In ths senior singles
presents hlmaptf within . the next two
weeks, Sawera- will represent the elub
In ths senior svsnt However, It Is
thought. that soms othsr member may
be tried out In the etnglse within ths
nsxt fsw weeks. In Which svent Bawers
would retain his . seat In the eenlor
boat -
The officers of ths. club have decided
to hold a club regatta asrly ' nsxt
month.' This will bs pulled off In or
der to .give the officials an, opportun
ity to get a line en tha trews snd to
strengthen any weak spots for ths an
nual regatta of the N. P. A, A.. O.
W00DBURNS TO PLAY
.-APOSTLES AT HOME
Will Be Pint Opportunity of Local
.. Z Fans to Sea Indians'
World
Standing- of the Trl-Olty lasagne Teams.
'.. sO. P. Won. Lost P.C.
St Johns T t 1 ' .til
Frskes I I . I ...750
Kelso ............ 4 t 1 .710
Wood burn 0.4 1 ,' .140
Brewers .7,1 .- I .til
Trunks ........... T 1.1 . .III
Astoria 4 1 - t .110
Cubs .. ........... T 1 .141
Ths St Johns Apostles will cross bats
today at H1U Park at o'clock aharp
with ths Woodburn Indians. St Johns
is ths lesdsr In ths Trl-Clty and Wood
burn la not far behind. v ' " .
Tha fans will have the pleasure of
Seeing ths first appearance of-the Wood
burn Indiana, Juat fresh after trimming
ths - Frakes on Decoration ' day by a
store of t to 1. . Ths fana are alio alive
to tha gams played last Sunday at St
Johns,, whan Charlie Moore waa In hla
best form and trimmed ths Frakes by a
acors of I to I. - Moore says hs Is fit
to oltch ths gams of his life sgalnst
Woodburn. - This . gams will-be a red
hot .conteat between Charlie Moors snd
Tim Concannon, ths Woodburn wonder,
assisted by . Huddleson, ths .,' premier
catcher.' The teams will una up aa fol
lows!
f
at yttiti ' ' WAAiiisun. .
O, Moors.'.,. .....e Huddleson
C Moore. ...... ...p. COncsnnon
Bengoln ....... ..ss. .. ,,- ' Shorey
Moore-Clark .....lb.,. ........ Lavler
Gains ......lb Coleman
Porterflsld !b. ........... . Hunt
Adams . ..If ...... ..... Michel
Gains ..i..,......cf...... White
Las-Smith. ........rf.... ........ Hunt
j , -i i ii .
i ";;Oonlds Beat Vernons. ' '
" Ths Gould company ball Bins beat ths
Vernons yesterday, 11 to I. Tba fssturs
wss Batsmsn's catch of a long fly., Ths
lineup: .- - . '
Tbs Gould Company Fleemlng,
catcher; Clem, center field; Monroe,
pitcher; Jackson, first base; ' Stevens,
snorts top; Taylor, third base; Dowllng,
left field: Andrews, right field; Roxy,
second beee. ' ' , '
Vernons Woodward, catcher; Clarke,
center field; Flnley, pitcher; .Hayes,
first base; Eastman, shortstop; Heath,
third base; Miller, left field; Batsman,
right field; Crump, second baas.
' X favor no special paving contractor
A lm . V. w rtaLvIa I ft an Kalln. .
Race Run Over, .Two-Mile
Course Ending at Convent
. lent Spot tor Spectators.;
TWENTY-ONe' CARS X
Xi ' already; entered
; : ..-?;
Chang of Date Is Made on Account
. of the Haat Club' Races Time
- Should Be Fast, as High Power
-'-Car Wfil Una.' ' -' '
l'tx.').. )' . . ':: - '"'.'..- --r
v.. ,r. .' ". " 1 ,7: .,.y
, The Automobile Dealers'" association
of Oregon will hold Ita first annual hill
climbing contest on Friday, June 7.
' Tha contest, will be held on, the bin
lesdlng from ths Shoals Valley roaX up
to the Mount Zlon church. The Cjuisia
wUl start at ths bridge Just beyond ins
schoolhouss st the foot of the hill and
finish In front of ths church.
This Is aa Ideal hill for such a son-
test, ss ths road is hard, there are no
dangeroua turns, and vary nearly ths
sntlrs progress of ths esrs - ean. ba
watched from the south slds of Council
Crest People desiring to uss ths street'
car can tu. nw wiuwu vrw v ..
recti v to ths soot - '
It la expected that there win be about
10 ears in ths contest, 11 aireaoy nav
Ing been entered. - ;
' list of Oars aatered.
Following are ths oars entered, sad
their respective classes: - , ,
Runabout 11.100 and under: Rso,
Fred At Bennett; . Bulck. H. L. Keats
Auto company; Auto Car, Cook Motor
Car company: Ford.' Fred A. Bennett
Runabout 11,100 and under: Stevens
Duryos, Cook Motor Car company;
White Steamer. Pullman Auto Car eom
pany; Thomas, 40. l H. L. Keats Aate
company; . StoddarIHDayton, H. A. Bur
gess. .
Taurine- Car. 11.000 and under: Mltah
ell. Miners Cohen; Cadallac, H. M.
Covey: Bulck, H. L Ksata Auto eom-
Touring care, 11,000 and under: Ca
dallac, H. M. Covay; Ford. (-40, Fred A.
Bennett; Stoddard Dayton, H. A. Bur
reaa: Poos. Hartford. H. L. Keats Auto
oompany; Auto. Car. . Cook Motor Car
company. . - . , - ..
. Touring oars, 11,001 aad ever: Big
81x Stevens,' Cook Motor Car oompany;
White Steamer, J. B. Kelly; Little Six
Btevene, Cook Motor - car , company
Thomaa to, H. L. Keata Auto oompany
Royal 'Tourist Cook Motor Car . oom
pany. '-..-'
. Oa Friday Afternoon. .
The -dealers intended . to hold then
Mtnteati on Saturday. Jane : 4V but on
account of that being tha data of tha
Hunt club rases tha dealers, at the re
quest -of the members of ths Hunt stub,
agreed to hold their oontest June t.
There are a number of hUrh-pewer are
entered, and soma vary fast tlms should
bs made over tha two-mils course.
- As this Is ths first oontest of this
kind held- by tha dealers, they are all
entering their care, and this guarantees
that It will be a successful and exojting
eontaat,, - - -. - -
. . Tbs climb will begin at 1 o'clock In
ths afternoon.. . - ,-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
OF RACES AT BELMONT
. First rsce, seven fur!ona-l,oee-
mount (Radtke) II to is Acrobat (Mil
ler) 10 to 1. second; Royal Onyx (Ue-I
bert 15 to 1. third; tlms, l-s.
Seoond race, four and one-half fur-j
lonaa Cohort (Lows) T to 1. won
Beaucop (R. Dugan) 10 to 1, seoond;
Uncle (Miller) I to t. third; time. :tl.
"Third race, flva furlongs Colin (Mil -I
ler) ll to. 10. won: .Bar Nona (Koerner)
to 1, aecond; Ben Fleet (Preston) 10
to 1. third: time. :6I.
Fourth race, about two miles steeple-
chase Pagan Bey (Holder) f to 1
won; Mr. MoCann (Stone) I to 1, seo-l
ond; Fallaheea (Rogan) 10 to i, tnira;
time. 1:11. ' - '
Fifth race, ons mlls4-Dolly Spanker!
(Miller) 1 to 10. won; Tllelng (Sumter)
to 1, second; Sir Toddlngton (Mue-
grave) I to 1, third; tlms, 1:10. :
Sixth race, seven furlongs Glenhaml
(Medleott) t to t, won: Bright Boy)
(Powers) I to 1, second: Rio Grand4
(Walsh) 11 to 1.. third; tuns, i:it i-o
; Watts lleatt .Weverleve.ei
The Watte and Matthsws nine beat
the Waverlys yesterday by the sooro oil
I to 1. : . - : - . - ' - f
Watts, and Matthews Nelaon.
Gteaaon, p; Harris, lb: Brady, lb; Evans
lb; Hewitt, ss; Collins, If; Crooks, cf
Donlsnd, rf, - : ' r--' " ?
Waverly Dawson, e; Langs, p: Black,
lb; Capias, lb; De temp la, lb; Smith, as;
W. Nelson, If; C Nelson, cf; Btroneche
rt . I--'- : V ;.
; ." V'-.'-i ii i ' i ' - '.l'
,v; '' Yacht Bacea Postponed.
On secount of ths heavy wind the
Decoration day races planned by . th
Oregon yacht club did not - coma orr
Ths races will bs sailed next Saturday
afternoon. - : ,c
Wiw)B"wmmwiiiftii.i,injmn"WU.:M
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-te.e--oWvak .eV-.v
Archie Hahn, Coach of Athletics
, , ' PncllW UnlTertlty.