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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, , PORTLAND,
t. Great Form of Cates Is All
. That Prevents Them From
. Annexing Game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. : "
. Oakland, 2; Portland, 1. i '
.Los Angeles. 1; Ban Francisco, 0.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lout Perct.
IjOB Angeles ......89 tl
Ban Francisco ......41 . 26
i'aKlanfl. i,.,41 39
, e a
(Journal Special ferric.) '
. San Francisco, June 24. Th Beavers
played great ball In the opening- game
here today and only lost because Catea
twirled.-': no hit' tam'X:llSJ
: For five innings the score was tied and
the tla waa. not broken until the aec
end half of the ninth when Bllsa trlnlei!
to left and Bigbea brought him acroaa
on a Dunt making the final score I to 1.
Oakland scored her first run In the
Second Inning. Rllss walked, stole sec.
ond and came home on a long hit to left
rjr jiaiey. fort tana evened matters in
thjkxflfth lliLn 'hlihA whn inn)t
lona hue's place at center, walked, waa
anvancea on a soaking given to car?
son, went third on BchimpR's sacrifice
and snored on ft wild pitch. The game
in detail: ,- , . -. .
AB.R. H. PO. A.E.
Ttassejr, If v.... 4 0 0
Mott, lb .... 2 0 0
Casey, 2b. 2, 0 0
MoCredle, rf. ...... ..I 0 0
Donahue, ef., o. ......4 0 0.
Moore, e. ............1 0 0
Carson, lb. ..........2 0 .0
ttchlmpff, as. ........ .1 0 0
Hartman. p. ..........2 0 0
Wallace. cL ....... ...2 1 0
.11 1 0 24 14 0
OAKLAND. . ' ; ;
i AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Smith. If. ............ I 0 0 10
Val Haltren. ef. ..... .1 0 0 2 0
Heltmuller, rf. ..2 0 OS 0
Eagan, as. ,.4 0 14 2
Ullsse. i. .....2 SIC 0
fclgbee, lb. ....... .....2 '. 0 ; 1. 7 1
Haley, 2b. .2 0 1 O S
Devereaux, lb. .......2 0 0 .,. 2 1
Cates, p. ........... ..2 0 2 1 - 1'
, ,.'iua."L nsnii..,.! Mii'jrijK Mj.jg-rrr
Forty-First Annual Intercol
legiate Battle for Suprem
acy on the Water, '
. Totals . . . ......... 27 2 4 27
. GAME BT INNINGS.
1 Portland .........0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Hits 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
v Oakland ........... 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Hits ..0 1,1 1 0 01 114
Two out when winning run scored,
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' . Three-base hits Bliss. Sacrifice hits
Schimpft. Blgbee. First baae on called
rails -orr Hartman, ; . on uates. i
,. Struck out Bv Hartman. 2: by Cates. 2
Hit by Ditcher Carson. Hartman.
JJouble olays Schlmpff to Casey to Car
son, Wild pitch Cates. Stolen t)aaea
Smith, Buss. Time of game, 1 Dour, 60
minutes., umpire uerncav .
FOURTH OF JULY
; RACES AT (X)RVALLIS
(Special Dlepatca to Tbe JoaraaL)
Corrallia, . June 24. Added to ft pro
gram of unusual excellence, as already
planned, there will be two days of horse
racing on Kiger track in i connection
with the Fourth of July eelebratlon
here. The track is being put In first
laes condition, the grand a land is tin-derrolna-
reoairs. and S500 has been
Jiung tip in purses for the winners of
the' racing events, xms win mean- a
: three days' celebration Instead of one.
- Tbe first ; day's racing program loi
- Free-for-all trot, mile heats, best two
In three, purse 280; first $50; second
-,.120; third 110. . . "
'.i Trot or pace for J two-year-olds and
': under three, mile heats, beat two in
three, purse $60; first 230; second 214;
third 26. .." ''.-'. ;
Half mile dah, free-for-all, pum
ISO: first 260: second 220: third 210.
Special race, three-year-olds, - quarter
mile dash; first, silver cup; second. $6.
Following is the list of , events for
the second day: - ... "
Free-for-all trot or pace, mile heats,
- beat two in three, puree 180, first ISO,
second 220. third $10. - a
,' Ronton countv , drivlnar horses to
tuggy, mile daah, no entrance fee, first
prize silver cup, second roDe. -Quarter
mile dash, free for all. purse
80, first 260, second $20, third 210;
Benton county saddle horses, half mile
daah, first sxo, second id.
- - Boys' ' pony race, quarter mile daah,
tto entrance fee, firat $5. second $2.60. ...
As the independence race meet occurs
ft few days before me uorvaius races,
it hear been stated that many of the
horses will be brought up from that
place to compete for prises, as will a
string of fine horses from Albany and
1 FOREST GROVE COLTS
! . (Special Dltpatch to Tbe Joaroal.)
"! McMlnnville, Or, June 24. The Mc
JUinnville baseball team Sunday met and
defeated tho Forest Grove Colts by a
core of 2 to 1. The game was exciting
.throughout and showed to a good -ad-Vantage
the relative strength of the two
teams. The exhibition was replete with
brilliant fielding and fine pitching by
: both Rooper and Bettla. Rooper let the
' visitors down with two hits and struck
Out 12 of their batsmen. The fielding
: of Copple, the Forest Grove shortstop,
waa exceedingly brilliant. The largest
crowd of the season attended the game
and enthusiasm ran high. - A : trainloud
i Of rooters accompanied the Forest
ftrov team to this city. In this game
Forest Grove suffered her first defeat
of the season. ? The lineup:
Forest - Grove Moore. ' center field:
Davis, right field; W. Schultx, third
i hse: CoddIo. shortstop: Gette. catcher
K. Schulta, second base) Jasper,- -left
field: Bettis. pitcher; Britton, first
' . McMlnnville"' Rhoades, catcher:
Hutchlns, third base; Cary, rirst base;
Nelson, center field; Olds, second base;
' Holman. right field; Poole, left field;
Terry, shortstop; Rooper, pitcner.
(Joaroal Special 8rlc.)
New London, Conn. j June 28. Once
more is the lethargy of this old town
aroused in anticipation of the annual
battle ' of oars tomorrow between the
crews of Yale and Harvard., Today the
advance guard of graduates and under
graduates are "discussing the probable
winners of the big races. Tho town la
brilliant with flags and bunting of crlra
son and blue and the place has taken on
an air of life and activity customary to
the occasion. Kvery arriving train is
bringing Its quota of enthusiasts. The
Influx tomorrow morning is expected
to be In excess of anything ever known
at New London regatta, and It is pre
dicted that the largeat crowd that ever
witnessed a rowing event in America
will see the rival crews struggle for
honors. '" '
The final practice or the two crews
who are to battle for supremacy in
the big race took place today and was
witnessed by sn immenae crowd that
lined the river banks desirous of form.
Ins; their final Judgment aa to the re
spective merits and condition of the
contestants. The tedious work of prep
aration is now over and until called
upon to take to the water tomorrow the
eight husky sons of old Kit and the
etaht broad-shouldered youths from
Cambridge will rest and take things as
easy as the thoughts of Impending bat-
ue win aiiow. ,,' ' .
s Mtttt About SSretu
There promises to be the usual large
amount of betting on the result, but It
Is significant that so far neither the
followers of the blue nor the adherents
of the crimson are offering any tempt
ing odds. In the minds of close follow
ers of college rowing tomorrow will
wttneaa one nf the closest and hardest
battle , between .'varsity ; eight-oared
crews from Harvard and Yale that has
sver taken place here. . I
The first race of the day la scheduled
to start, at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. This Is the race of the freshman
eights, which will be rowed up stream
from the railroad bridge to the navy
yard, two miles. 'Immediately after the
university xour-oarea crews wm nog
two miles up stream from the navy
yard to the Harvard crew quarters. The
Local and OtherwiseX
, Ralph Wilbur, president of the Paclflo
Northwest Rowing association, spent ft
couple of days in Seattle last week,
where he met with the other officers of
the association to perfect arrangements
for the annual regatta to be held on
iaxe washing-ton on Julv 4. Mr. WU
bur reports it to be definitely settled
that a. full Hat of entrlea will be made
by five cluba, those of Vancouver, Vic
toria, Nelson, Seattle and Vortlnnd. . The
jf oriiana crews are training daily.
The board of directors of the Multno
mah club la considering the advisability
of withdrawing the privileges hitherto
exienaea 10 Daseoau ana track team
repreaentlng the interscholaatio league.
This action, if taken, will be a result
of the refusal of the league to allow its
men to represent the club in baseball or
athletics. In the past the league has
been given the privileges of grounds
and dressing room for a nominal rental.
Ball game at Vaughn street grounds
at 2 :20 this afternoon. Charleston
Jackies vs. Balnard Cubs.
:. : . . .,.;;
The- Newsboys' baseball "team ' wishes
to challenge anv team of boys in the
city -not over 14 years of age. The
newsboys want ft game for next Sunday.
Aaaress . conen, 670 Front street.
First Baseman Burnett of the Taeoma
team. Northwest league, has been pur
chased by the St. Louis Nationals.
H. Behr. ft brother of Karl Behr. who
accompanied the American tennis team
to England, was beaten yesterday by
A. n. sawyer in the all-England chain
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Princeton may get Lee Talbot, the
young Kansas City giant, now a student
TO MAKE THOUSAND MILE RUN
certainty that therv will be t
ror ota Nassau in tne track ana neia
therV will be points made
university eights will race down stream
over' the full course of four miles,
starting at 1:20.- " ' -
. Xlstory of Tale-Harvard 2sftoeav . -'
"Tale and Harvard eights have rowed
40 races, beginning in 1862 on Lake
Wlnnipiseogee, at two miles. Of the
40 races Yale has won 22, while Har
vard has 18 victories .to her credit
In 1855 the course was changed to
Springfield . and .lengthened - to . three
milea. ifor nine years Lake . Qulnsiga
mond was the scene of the contests. In
1889 this course was abandoned, and In
the following year the - crews met at
Lake 8aitonstaU. After an Interval of
seven years the crews of 1878-7 returned
to BDrlngfleid. when . the rour-mue
course was inaugurated.' In 1878. how.
ever, the event was held on the Thames,
and- with - the exception of three- years
since that time the event has been an
annual fixture on the Thames course.
Tale holds the record for the four-mile
course, having covered this distance in
1888 in 20 minutes 10 seconds..
meets. Here are some facts about Tal
bot; Height, s feet, 4 Inches; weigh,
210 pounds, age 14 years; record, 12
ound hammer, 210 feet, 10 inchea;
12-pound shot. 62. feet, 1 Inches; which
is better than the record of Ralph Rose;
14-pound hammer, ; 14 feet, inches.
The baseball nine composed of mem
bers of the police department defeated
the city engineers., nine yesterday by
score of 12 to 7. Only five lnnlnss
were played. Tbe engineers did not all
show up, so Patrolman Smith and Gus
taf son were loaned them. - .
. noais u. wngnt ana nan cnr. wno
will represent the United States in the
international tennis tournament, are how
In London. July 12 they meet the rep
resentatives from Australia and if the-
win will nlar the cresent chamnionahlo
holders or a.ngiana, juiy zo. i ds cum.
plonahlp consists of four sets In singles
(Journal Special Service.) .
Los Angeles, June 24. The Los Ange
les Motor Cycle club has drawn up the
rules for tho 1,000 miles' endurance run
from this city to San Francisco and re
turn. This will, be the longest and
greatest endurance run ever undertaken
by the motor cyclists in this or any
other country. ,,,' ,:l
Already ID local riders have entered,
using both American and foreign ma
chines. Alt bat four are chain-driven
motor cycles snd so far but five double
cylinder machines are entered.
The first day's run will be to' 8nnta
Barbara and the second day to San
Luis Obispo, while the third day's itin
erary will extend on to Sallnaa and ail
hope to be in San Francisco on the'
evening of the fourth day. -
The field will be divided into squads
of four or more each, under lieutenants.
Each lieutenant will set the pace for his
respective squad and "any who pass a
squad leader will lose points, the score
at starting being 1,000 points." v ,
Mufflers, when opened in a town or!
when -meeting or. passing horses, will I
eause loss of points. ' No one rider can
change a motor cycle after - starting
without being aisquaiinea, . wnue an
riders must be properly attired and
wear legglns if knee breeches are not
used. ..! . ' '
The entire course must be covered
by a contestant to score and all scores
above 800 will get certificates, ' while
all who finish will have souvenir med
als struck from the club's official die.
The winners receive gold medals.
Kvery morning each contestant must
answer "to roll call before - the ' first
souad starts, which will be at 6 o'clock.
Repairs on the road will be under rules
of the Federation of American Motor
Cyclists and will be noted by lleuten
The entries' up to date are F. Bnnk
ert, Bert P.-Beattie, IC El Canfleld, C.
V-Dunham. Vio Herbelln. CL M. 'John
son.vC. W. Risden. C J. Swinnerton
and "H. White on Indians; F. H. Brun
ner, J. Fv Cooper of Hollywood, Charles
Fuller cates ana J. n. enarer on tieaa
lngs;'W. G. Collins and Gus7F!nk on
Peuareots: Ed C. KehL Racycle. two-cyl
inder: C M. Frink on Wagner: O. D.
Stanton on ft Navajo; P. T. Lehman on
Light; L. A. Hosklna on a California.
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LADD FINALS WILL BE PtAYED
ON NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The finals in the Ladd tennis tourna
ment will be played next Saturday aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock at the Multnomah
club courts. The semi-finals in the up
per half will be pulled off tomorrow at
the same hoar. " ,
Yesterday H. H. Herdman won his
wav into the semi-finals by defeating
Forbes, ft receive i man, in easy styteM
6-2, s-i. Tomorrow he will fight it out
with J. F. Ewlng. Herdman and Ewing
will meet on even terms and there is
little choice between them. The match
will be for the best -three In fire sets
and ft very interesting contest should
result . Both men play strong at the
net. ... '- .''
The winner will meet Northron on
Saturday to decide whose name shall be
enarraved on the eun. While Northro
Is generally expected to win the evenl
either Herdman or Swing will be strong
enough to make him display bis game.
Northrop will undoubtedly be a strong
ngure in the state championship bi
which opens the last week in July.
RANKING OF; TENNIS ?
. MEN OF NORTHWEST
tSpoxUl DUpatcil to Tb JoonuL) -
Oaa4rlA . Viina Itf T" sftn1rtn MM
mlttee of the Paclflo Northwest Tennis
association has riven out its official
ran kin a: a for the season of 1904. '
As was expected, the clean-cut vic
tories of 8. T. Paine of Taeoma gives
him first place. . Joe Tyler of Seattle is
second and the others follow In the
order named: B. Schwanaers, victoria
W. A. Goss. Portland: S. L. Russell, Se
attle; R. H. ooley, Victoria; Jack Ki
th et. Victoria: Brandt Wlckersham,
Portland; W. A. McBurney, Spokane,
and A. T. Goward. Victoria. - -i
The ranking in doublea places Seattle
in the lead with Tyler ana Kusseu nrst,
Paine and Armstrong of Taeoma are
second and McCrea and Schavengers of
victoria, inira: i-ooiey ana niinw oi
Victoria are fourth; Wlckersham and
Goes nf Portland, fifth. ' '
The committee thinks that Williams
of Vancouver, Bellinger of Portland and
Balllnarer of Seattle. Hunter Of Victoria.
and Shannon of Seattle may possibly be
entitled to ranking, out tney were ex.
eluded, as the committee had no oppor
tunity to., judge tneir zorrn.
" NORTHWEST LEAGUE
At ttookane. .
R, H. E.
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.0000008 1 16 . 8
Batteries Rush .and Stanley; Osburn
! and Swindells, umpire Ho wlett. v
"-'X' ''.f .-'.ir.At Butte. . ,
Bstte ,..0000 0 00 0 00 2
Aberdeen . i ... .0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 1 "
Batteries uarvin ana wuxins; wig
gihbotham, .Boettlger and Brown I ;
T Seniors Defeat the Profs. u
(flnceial Dispatch to Tbe Journal) : ,
. v University of Oregon, Eugene. June
Jg.The senior baseball team won tho
baseball match between their class and
the faculty, and alumni on the other
-Bide, by the score 6 to 0. ,
Hundreds of alumni and relatives of
the graduating class are here enjoying
the programs each day and the campus
has an air of festivity rarely seen.
The feature of the program last night
was the alumni banquet In the new
library building. . . . .
- American League.-
' ChlCRiro 9, Cleveland -4. , " ?
: Pt. Louis 4, Detroit 2. - -phlladflphla
3. Washington 1; second
game. Phi illr!ila 4, Washington 2.
ew Yoi a Z, Uuston 8. .
Seals Shut Out.
' -v : (Jonrnsl SpVelal 'Strvlee.) ' -Los
Anaeles.. June 26: Carnes held
down the visitors to one hit, shutting
them out. Hcore: - . ,
Los Angeles ...0 0000020 2 6.1
San Francisco ..0 0000000 00 1 0
Batteries Carnes and -Hogan; joy
and Street. Umpire Hamilton. ; ,
' 1 National League.
Cincinnati 4. Pittsburg 2: second game.
Cincinnati 6, Pittsburg 6.
Brooklyn 11, rnuaaeipnia e; second
game, Philadelphia s, Brooklyn Z. :
Boston o, ew xora v.
St. Louis-Chicago postponed; rain.
It is predicted that motorcycllng's
popularity will be immensely enhanced
since a practical drro-fraine machine
has been evolved for ladies' use. Runs
of all sorts will prove of more Interest
If a feminine contingent is added. This .
has already been shown to some extent
by the rapidity wltu which tandem
motorcycles have been adopted, but
there will be much more satisfaction
for all hands In the use of individual
machines that women can handle.
Tale '' defeated Harvard in ' baseball
yesterday,' i to . 'i ne colleges are
now tied in their aeries. The deciding
game win be piayea in new xorx city
on eaturaay. .
Don't Miss .Your ' Astoria
, : : Train. fi 1
and one double contest.
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The Holladay and Charleaton game at
Seaside haa been called oft on account
of expenses. s The Holladay s could not
fuarantee the sailors theirs, because
here is no enclosed field to be had at
Seaside and on the' other hand the
sailora could not afford to pay their own
expenses. The Hollaaay team has dis
banded, but Manager Dunoomb has got
together - a stronger' aggregation and
will play out the Holladay'a schedule.
At the present date the name of the
team haa not been decided on. The
line-up will be: Catchers, Klrkland and
Duncomb; pitchers. G. Ross. R. Ruffner,
W. Kern, F, Ross and E. Wlnterbotham :
first base, W Bollons and W. Kern;
second base. R. Ruffner; shortstop, R.
Withyeombe; third baae.' W. Dunoomb
and O. Ross; outfielders, P. Tett, n.
Weiss, D. Mullen, E. Bonneoau, 8, Davis
and E. Wlnterbotham,
This new team would like to arrange
games with teams under 12 years In
or out of the city. Phone East 2227
or East 8217, or write to Errol Wlnter
botham. 240 Wasco stneet. . Portlands -
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Don't let your child suffer with that
cough when you can cure it with Bal
lard a Horehound Syrun. a sure cure for
Coughs, Bronchitis. Influenca, Croup and
Pulmonary Diseases. Buy a bottle and
try it . .- .
B. B. Laugher, Byhalla, iMlss., writes:
T have two children who had croup. . I
tried many different remedies, but I
must say your Horehound Syrup is the
best Croup and Cough medicine I ever
used." Sold by all druggists. . . .
A number of tournament . matches
were played at Irving ton yesterday; as
follows: - ...
Men's Singles Ferris (owe 2-4) beat
woire tree, is -, -, e-B.
Men's Doubles Northrop and Ben.
ham (owe 20) beat Reynolds and Mil
ler free. IS 2-4). 4-0.' 7-6: Goss and Mc-
Alpln (owe 20) beat Rosenfeld and
Bhlves (owe -). 0-0. (-4.
Ladles' Singles Miss Leadbetter (owe
lb) beat miss Btever, t-b, s-x. -
Mixed Doubles Bellinger and Mrs.
Cook (owe 20) beat Cawston nd Mrs.
judge (scratch), t-l, 7-5.
:t Carlton Defeat Dayton.;
' (Spseial Dlspsteh to Tbe Journal.) '
Carlton, Or., . June 24. Carlton out
played Dayton in every mark Sunday
and won easily by a score of 4 to 1.
Dayton secured but three scratch' hits
off Springer and he is credited with II
strikeouts.. The batteries were Carlton.
Springer and Bryan; Dayton, parrlsh
and Klock. ;..i,..
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T All diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat and lungs, heart, kidneys,
bladder,' brain and stomach Catarrh, Rheumatism, Indigestion and
Constipation1 PERMANENTLY cured. '
Tumors and Blemishes Removed
We cure with the tame success all Chronic Diseases of Men,
Ulcers and Skin Diseases.
All private and wasting diseases promptly cured and their effects
permanently eradicated from the system. .
Electricity and electric treatment given patients ' without ' extra
If patient cannot, call at the Institute, write for full instructions. .
, All medicines are furnished to patients from the laboratory of the
. Institute.' i ' ,
Office Hours 9 to 11 a. m. 2 to B p. m. and 7 to 2 p. m. Sundays,
10 to 12 a. m, . . . : ,
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invariably the best. , .
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that for more than thirty years the
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'Made in several sizes, sold at 3 for 25 cents,
2 for 25 cents and 10 cents straight Known
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; in the best cigar stores everywhere.
Every box of Chancellor cigars is now
Stamped with the 'Triangle A" merit mark
in recognition of its superior and uniform
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look for "Triangle A" merit
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The Owners of Terrace Park IWake a Sensational Home Offerr-Read It!
tilar . Astoria . evening train will leave
Union dppot S:00 p. m., running-through
to seaside ana uiatsop aeacn pointa
: Beglnninarv Saturday, June
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The Most Generous Offer Ever Known in Portland The Spantoh Company, Acting for
the Municipal Railway Co., Offer to Build Houses in Terrace Park on a "Rent Basis"
Select a lot in Terrace Park (come to the office and we v
will, take 'you).' , Pay $10 a month for the lot for ten months.
yc will then build y6u any style house you like and you may
pay rent - for, the house, and this rent " gaes on the purchase A
price. ' No other conditions no first payment down just the
rent and you own the house paid for it . '
We . make this proposition because we want to encour
. age house-building in Terrace Park NOW. With a hun
dred families in Terrace Park, other prbperty we have in the
neighborhood will have increased in value much more than we
-have lost in advancing you the money to build.
i Full-size (50x100) lots for $300 $10 a month. See U3
after 6 o'clock if you can't get around before.
WE WILL GO WITH YOU TO TERRACE PARK AFTER SIX O'CLOCK IF YOU CAN'T GO BEFO
Sole Agent for the Municipal Railway Company
in the Development Of Terrace Park. ' ,
THE - SPANT0N COWPAWV
4 - . 270 stahic si: r, r.