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THE OliECOII DAILY JOUIIIIAL, PORTLAND, - VEDTiZ3DAY EVENING, JULY 10. 1CC7.
JULY. ; CLEARANCE . OF ,.
HJDIArJS - CEATE
A STUPENDOUS SUCCESS
Thocscnde of DoHsr.' - Worth of the Very tCHVZST eni LZST la MZrrs,
WOMT4'S cad atXDlXDSN'S Ready-to-resr COODS esd SHOZS Sc!J tt
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'iinfw Minmum inirmi
Tortlanders Fight Hard for
; Game, but Big,Twirlcr
' Pulls Opt Victory. ,
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TESTERDAT'S SCORE, i ,
Km Francisco , Portland I. . - .
Oakland f, Los Angeles 4.
' STANDING OF THE CLUBS. ;- '
f' - Won. JLost.r - Pet,
Iys Angeles -.47 IS . ".St
LSan Francisco 47 4t .it!
Oakland ...41 ..41 ' .Sit
Portland ... 11 1 .!
' Ban Francisco, July 10. The Bcavera
foii"t hard for yesterday's game, but
Barney Joy was In fins form and
pulled his team out Of many a bad bole.
Klneella fell down tn tha fifth Inning
and tha Seal got three hits and two
runs, winning them' tha gam,' the final
score being to I. Tha official seore:
PORTLAND." " ; ".
. -A'B. R. H. PO. A. E.
Bassey, " If
S e . e . I - 0
. JUOtt, so 4
: Casey, lb .......... I
Atherton, lb ........ 4
.Donahue, cf 4
4 0 t ; I
' .- $ 0
1 I 0.
I ' 0
Calif f. p ,
,..2 t S 11 . 1
BAN FRANCISCO. . ,
-A.R R. H.-PO. ArB.
: fhaughnessy,. rf -. .... l .
, Mohler, lb ...... I ; 0
. Moriarty, sa ...4 0
.Hlldebrand,, Jf i, .
Irwin, lb 0
-Williams, lb ........ t
r Spencer, cf ......... t
, 6 tract, o I.
Totals .........-... S 17 11
r RUNS AND HIT8 BT INNINOS.
v Hlta ,
2 TIT 1 0 I
Two-base hits Moore, ShsUghnessy.
iSacYlflce- hits Mohler,--Casey. - First
baa aa. ba.Ua Off Klnaella. 1; off Joy,
'I. Struck out By Klnaella, 4; by Joy,
4. Hit by pitcher ShauKhnessy, Double
flay Moore to Mott. ' Time of game
:IS. Umpire Johnson. ' ,
V ' Tha champion Buffalo team baa been
, doing great work of lata In tha Eastern
league and playing rings around To-
. ton to.
The Springfield team in tha 'Central'
: league has been sold to Jack Hendricks.
- " Jack has managed tha team for several
' aeaaons and. will continue In that ca-
4 Atiantle league team a -are having a
-'- ' hard time trying to oust Rending from
'first place. Reading took first position
i early In tha season. and haa never bean
" 'headed.' - -v,-. . -- -'- . -.
Majo. leawue.jnaaairera hare -wo teat
anytime getting a Una on tha . minor
. -- this season., Several youngsters have
already been algned for a .trial before
tha seaaon closes. ,
V ' Manairer Dugdals of tha Seattle team
In tha Northweet leagua elatma be haa
been getting the worst of It In player
deala from' Secretary Far re 11 of the Na
' tional association.
"Cy" Young tha third is tha (atar
iteher of tha Western association.
belongs to tne wionita team. -
The DuBola team atlll leads tha In-,
terstata league, with Punxutawnay' In
Manager Connie Mack of tha Phlladel-
hla American ia after C E. Col grove.
the star pitcher of the San' Antonio olub
In the Texas league.
The WlnnlDea team la leadlnai the
Copper Country leagua and playing; a
Indian Golf Tourney. . . ,
...I.Terra.. Haute,, Ind. July 10. Golfers
of Indiana rounded up here today for
their annual tournament fb decide tha
championship of the atate, which will
be in progreaa during tha remainder of
the week. The entrante include repre-aentatWee-of
the golf cluba -of -Indianapolis,
' Anderaonf Munclo. Richmond,
Kokomo, Ft. Wayna and Terra Haute.
One of tha best 2-year-olds of the
i .... m rr V
reter Pan Withdrawn at the
' Eleventh HourResults '
! on Other Tracks. :
(lottraal Bperial gerrire.)
Nw Tork, "Jaly !. Tha Lawrence
Realisation stakis run at Sheepahead
Bay yeeterday was won eaally by H. P.
Whitney's Dlnna Ken. Frank Gill was
second.'; Tha fayorlte,.' Peter Pan,''waa
Withdrawn at. the eleventh hour. 'The
.value. of the purse was 114.180. Sum
mary: :,. .,--'!,-
Five and a half furlongs Scallop
won, Montauk second, Hal' third; time,
1:0S 1-&. ... . . - ; .- .
; Steeplechase, ahort courae Sun Olow
won, Dick 8hw second. Blue Pigeon
uiirai time, e.i.-
The' double event, six ' furl en re Sta
mlna. won, Chapultepeo second, ''Klng
Lawrence Realisation stakea. mile-ana
five furlonns Dlnna Ken, 111 (Moan-
tain), llrto wen; FYank - aill.-l0
Knapp), It. to . 10, second; Balvldore,
lit (RadtakeVT to 1, third; time, 2:4.
Mile Goldn Weat won. Bluebook
second, Cnmbrtnus third; time, 1:40 t-g.
Mile and furlong . . Mlaa crawrora
won, Jaguln second. Prince Chlng third;
time. 1:61 4-8. Cederatrom finished sec
ond, but was dlaquallAed for fouling.'
'-' -At ?3ratU;. - , . V'vr
Four ar k a half, furlonga .' Hetivaa
won, Karoda. aecond, Sandpiper , third;
time, 0:64H- .
Six and a hair furlongs Baniaaa won.
Seven - Bells second. Duka of Orleans
thirds time, 11. . .,.- . . '.
Five and a half furlongs Mike Jor
dan won. Dr. Rowell second, David 3o
land third; time, !:. -" - ''
Mile and 60 yards Fury won. oolden
Light second, Dewey third; time. 1:S44.
One mile and a alxteenth Queen Ala
mo won, Ieabellita second, Jlngler third;
time. -1:4. ' - -
Seven furlonss -Orchan won. Paelfloo
second. .Foncasiahlra; t4me,.i:zi
At Butto. .
. Jlva, and a-half-furlonga . git tie
Crews won, Llssle Albertlna - second,
Schottische third; time, l.Ottt. '
Five and a half furlongs Elba won,
Norwood Ohio, second, Jlmalong third;
Four and A half furlongs Sir. Wesley
won, wahoo aecond, Lay Adelaide
Five furonrs ueven Full won. Hattlo
Dodaon vecond, ; Nevada ' M'rdr , tlma,
.. '. v . --'
Mil Peter- J. -wonr-Invader . aeoond.
Vlona third; time, 1:41H. .
Mile Sir Brlllar won, Etapa sec
ond, Oratoiian third;, tlma, 1:41.
ELEVEN INNINGS TO -
DEFEAT LOS ANGELES
.- Iaeraal gneelal Be
- Loa Anselea. July 1. With tha soora
4 to against them tha Oakland battera
fell upon Nagla tn tha ninth Inning yee
terdar and suoeeederf in evening up nuti-
tere, avna-'-took Macle's slaoa ta-tha
tenth,- and-- In tha elevanthOak land
aeoured the winning run on a walls and
two hits. The, score: ,
Lo Angeles.. . 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 4 I I
Oakland ! t IV a
Batteries Narle. Burns -ana Kager:
Wright and Bllsai : v. , -,;
umptra ferrina. - - ,
' :',l4iwyerg Mcrcbantg. ,
.(Bpecial .Dwpeteb ts. The JoaraaL)
Roseburg, July 10. The merchants
gainst tha lawyer was tha lineup of
tha ball teams at the Rosa Park ball
grounds . last Sunday. ' It was an out
and out merchants and actual pYaotlo
ing attorneys teams of tha city and no
ibstltutlon was admitted at all. . That
made the game a very enthusiastic ana
and it was well attended. At tha finish
tha score stood 16 to II in favor or the
merchants. While Roeeburg- la situated
amidst the, -tail and uncut" It baa tha
honor of producing - twa profeastonal
ball teams, - besides .numerous, other
sports. - ; ,
Korthwrgt League. ' '" ;
Vancouver SVattla- t ''''' U-..'-
Aberdeen a, Bpokane 7. ..a . -Tacoma
1, Butte --v'.v.. --J"-.- ...t
geason Ig Notasulga.' a picture of whom , U here shown... .The f imoug Jockey
. . Iladtke. U la the ieddle. '..;....,-;.' i
Bralnard Cubs Do the Trick
in Nine Innings Trunks
. and ;Brews Today.
Thsra was a great "watfect" out at
Gladstone park yesterday .' afternoon,
when tha Chautauqua Baseball.' leagua
opened a - series which will continue
through tha i assembly. .-' Four Trl-City
leagua teams are entered, and the fifth
tam la that of tha lamoua Chemawa In'
dl.na. ' Thla lnaures a good game for
trw Am rmnt fiuoiiAV.
'Teaterdav'a aamo was between tha
Chemawas and tha Bralnard Cuba, and
It was clean and faat. with plenty of
batting and brilliant .playa. The Red
kin. Tat the Teddv Bears UP' a trei
for al Innings, and then -the Cubs
ahtnned down and chased the scalp
hunters to the tall plnea, winning la a
garrison flnlah. I to 7. ' . ....
. Rich,-Parrolt, Emerick. Fleming and
Tauacher starred a a awat masters, se
curing It of the 10 hits off Poland and
Caeey. Poland. Iarsen 'and Brlgnone
mrnn tha feathers for the Slwaahea. ae-
curlng of the 11 off Kot,eman. The
Cubs pulled off two lightning double
plays' that brought tha crowd to their
feet.- Tha acore ia aeta.ii:
; W i BRAINARD CUBS.
. Aa R. H. PO. A. E.
URini, c. ............
Kruger. rf. and s
Ewiertck. 04. ,. .......
Tauacher, lb... ,k.
Parrot t, lb...........
Bhocaley, aa. ana ri.
Kotteman,- p. r.
... -m ... 4t
, Shockley, out," hit by batted balLr
CHEMAWA INDIANS. ,
. . B. R. H. PO. A. E.
Tea bo. .o. .
Laraen; rf... .........
11 14 11
One man out whan winning; ran wag
made . -
.;. :, SCORE BT INNINGS,
rtnh. . . a a a a a g 0 1
Chemawa.,.,;,... .t 0 1 1 0 1 j
HIU... Ililll 1 11
.. ') -SUMMART.- ' .
invv miit Rv Kntteman 4. Poland I.
Two-hut - hits Kruger. Emerlck 1.
n.mlnr Casev. 'Larson. -Brlgnone.
Tbree-base hits Emerlck, Casey, Lar
aen. Double plays Kruger to Tsuoher,
r.iH tn Waahoa. VI em In a- to Parrott to
Bmertck, Emerlck to Parrott to Tauacher
to Kruger. fetacrmoe nits in, muw.
Stolen bases Emerlck. Wild pitch, bat
tery error Kotteman. First base on er
rors Cuba 1. Chemawa 4. Earned runa
rruha 1. Chemawa I. Left on bas
Cuba 11, Chemawa . Innings pitched
Kotteman K Poland H. HIU made
Off Kotteman 11. off Poland 10. Tlma
at mmi. Mt ! TTmolre Chema"
- TVwi. the Trunknukara and Brewers,
have it out. and tomorrow tha Eaat Side
Athletic elub and tha cuoa nava a tuasie
lor nonors. i -. -,. . . ;. ' .,
THREE PLAYERS LEFT
; ; - , IN MEN'S SINGLES
Wilder. Andrews and Benhara. three
of tha best plsyere In the Inrington
tennis club, alona remain In tha men'a
handicap singles, which. . with 'other
events, have bean In progress on tba
clnh courts for nearly three weeka Tee
terday Wilder won bis way into the
finals and tha other two reached ' tha
aeml-flnals. Wilder defeated Ferris In
a brilliant match, the score being 4-1,
4-1. 4-t. 7-. Andrews defeated Zol
linger 4-1. t-l and Betibam beat Cook-
Inghanv 4-1, -!.
draws will meet in the seml-flnala and
tha, winner will-nlav wilder on Batur
day.' Tha three are handicapped almost
equally Wilder and Andrews would
play even, while Benham will have to
glva hla -opponent In either case the In
alsnlfloent haedlean-of owe l-4 Thla
aaaures1 a nrst-claas exhibition for tha
ftnala. . - '.- " .
5 !? I-JJ
4 1114 1
: t it
( i l
4. 1 1 ! .1
ill 1 4
4 10 1
4 0 , 1 11
.......... . . j -r.-f
U... ......... V V V V V
- . sa. MM -" M
Reuben Hunt and Carl Oard
. . ner Write Intimating
They Will Come. -
In order' to avoid any. . conflict In
dates .with other tournaments In- tha
northwest the opening day of tba an.
nual Oregon state tournament hag been
changed from July ) to July tl. - Thla
will glva- tha local experts but It days
more in which to prepare for tha big
racket vant '.
Aa tha . program ' for championship
tournaments in the ' northwest now
stands, tha Oregon tournament will
come Brat July It. July to the tourna
ment at Victoria for tha championship
of British Columbia will begin. August
t ths northweet tournament at Tacoma
will open and -one week later experts
from all over the northweet, both In
the statea and from across ths line,
will meet at Vsncouver, B. C, to decide
tha International championship; that Is.
ths championship pf the northweat
statea of the United. States and the
northwest provinces of Canada.
Oalifornlaaa Kay Come.
The fact that the Oregon tournament,
aa It now atanda. will not conflict with
any of the northwest tourneys,' will
undoubtedly bring a -number of cracks
from 'the north to compete for Beaver
state honora. While there were a num
ber of visitors from other states lsst
year, none were haruly in the first clsss
and, the fiercest battles were between
In addlttpn to tha ' men who may
eome from nther sections of the north
west. It-is probable -that a team of
cracks will coma from California.- Yes
terday Chairman Ewlng of the Mult
nomah tennla committee received a let
ter from Reuben Hunt and Carl Gard
ner. In which thoae well-known San
Franolsco experts Intimated that they
would probably make a trip north and
take In the Oregon tournament as well
as the northwest competitions which
ara to come later. --.'- ; .
Oretroaiana Would Sa Beatsm, -'
If Hunt and Gardner coma to Port
land tha writer haa no hesitancy tn pre
dict In gt hat thy will carry everything
before them. . Paine of "Tacoma may)
roaalbly be In their class. Put certainly
here Is no player now In Oregon who
could defeat one of them.
Of all California players Hunt Is un
doubtedly tha - beat known outaida hla
own state. . Since graduating from the
University of California in, l01 ha haa
traveled in tha eaat every aeason and
ha won many championships in tha
south and middle-west. He ia thought
ao well of that ha is given an official
ranking by the Natlonalaaaociatlon. In
slnsles Hunt was ranked In 1104 as tha
twenty-fourth beat player In tha United
Statea and In doublea he was ranked as
a member of tha ninth beat team. --
Mua JTot California's mas. :
' Contrary to the general belief among
outalders, Hunt Is by no means the best
y no meana tha best
tennis player in California, or oven in
yer In California, or oven li
San Francisco.- While ho has won many
iphles In tha east be has -never won
California state championship or
Pacific coaat championship, though ha
uaually olava in ths tournaments.
There ara at least out or seven men
In San Francisco who can beat Hunt
any time and there ara probably aa
many, or 'nearly aa many, in aouthern
California who can do tba trick. Tha
state championship of California, de
cided last, week, was won by a boy atlll
In his teens. Melville Long, who cap
tured the ooast championship last year
imm a wry iinwi j lu.
Carl Gardner is about as strong a
man as Hunt. He plays in the first
olass at -tha California club. Ban Fran
Cisco's foremost tennla club, ' and playa
regularly In moat of tha tournaments
about the bar. Ho la reallv what mlaht
be termed a member of tha aecond rank
tz tha nrst class in Ban Francisco.
Once only during his career has .ha
attained to championship form, when
two or three years ago ha won tba
championship or San Francisco.
, . Oregoslaoa Mot So Sad. .
Oregon's champion could protttCbly de
feat tba champions of half tha elates
in tha union, but California has an Ideal
olimate and Ideal facllltlee for develop
ing tennis cracks and it has been fre
quently stated by tennis authorities
that shs ranks net lower than third or
fourth plaoa In the union in tba quality
of the tennla aha turna out. Tha only
reason that aha haa not gained more
note throughout the country in thla Una
Is that her beet players, with onlv one
or two exceptions, have never gone east
and pitted themselves against tha coun
jror tna convenience or tournamants.
the racket men of Ban Francisco are
divided Into four classes. - Ths writer
believes that there ara aaveral Oregon
men who might win the aecond claaa,
but that none have ao far ehown form
that would aive them the ghoat of a
chance In the Brat class. Northrop, who
cams here from tha east and Immedi
ately Jumped Into prominence by show
ing himself in a claaa with Oregon's
beat, has played in tournaments with
Reuben Hunt and ha frankly admits
that Hunt la In a class above him.
All of thla however, la no causa for
lamentations and - no reaaon why wa
sheuld not. welcome tha California
cracka with open anus. They-mey-tske
out trophlea, but if they do they will
snow u.a tning or two snout tha game
that will ba worth tha price.
Local and Otherwise.
Judge MoOredte says that If tha Port
land team climbs to 400 In the percent
age column by September 1 It will win
tha 1(07 pennant- . I
- - ' . I
Sporting Editor of Tha JourqeJ Dear
Sir; What decision would yOu rtnake In
tha following play: Suppoalng there
were three men or bases and none out.
tha batter hits a ground ball to the
aecond baaemen, who throwe M"lo the
flrse-baseman and' ha In turn ithrowe it
to the catcher, who throws It to tha
third baseman. In each Instance tha
ball beata the baae-runner to the base,
but the j-unnera have net been touched
With tha aphere. ' A FAN.
Answer The batter only Is out. There
can be no force-out, for the retiring of
the batter flrat gives the other three
runners tha right to their baaea.
-, e e ,
Brailey OIh,' the erack sprinter and
jumper of the Seattle High school, haa
announced hla intention of entering the
University of Oregon thla fall. Glsh
says he wants to get the advantage of
training under BUI Harward, who haa
a reputation for developing sprinters.
Ha will speclallso in tha 210-yard dash,
e e -
Myert,- Seattle's eentemajder, lead
the regular players In the northweet
league lis. batting. His - percentage Is
.144. Ross, who came very near being a
Beaver some weeks sgo, is fifth anions
the regular playera with a percentage of
Tha Welaer 'snd Mountain Home base
hull cluba of rha Idaho State league, are
arranging a series of three poet-eeasoa
games for a bet of 11.600 a side. -
. e u . -
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and old men, will sooa have to ba
agreed upon. , ( ,
For pitchers t win their own games
timely hlta la becoming rssnion
tha American league. Orth of
vr Vnrir d.fuiMl the Pllrrlma with
a homer and double. - Joss of the Napa
won hla game from tha Browne, driving
in tha only rune scored with a double.
- The Peerless Motor car company n
nounoea that two Peerless cars will ba
entered in the coming A. A. A. tour and
will be driven by Messrs. Burman and
Straub. Both of theae will be regulsr
stock touring esr models, and as tha
Peerleea car recently driven over a large
part of tha route pro
get over the ground In
ta abllltr ta
get over the ground in good ahape. It la
expected that the two GUdden tour en
tries will go through with nothing short
or ' Clean scores. -
Twentv-two motoroTCltste ' left - Los
Anveles on June SO to undertake a 1
00a mile endurance run to San Francisco
and return. The rldera left In pairs
with nva minutea between tne eoupiea
and will endeavor to preaerva their for
mation tnrougnoui tne run. it ia ex
pected that the contest will rinlsh on
Julv 14. The run Is made on a nolnta
system and gold medals will be award
ed wlonera Inv tna yarloua classes.
. . ' e . e , :
At a meeting of tha Metropolitan tt
trlct Cricket league a committee of five
was appointed to Investigate ways and
means for ths suoceaef ul carrying out
of tha propoaed International game
agalnat the Marylebone Cricket elub of
England, which will prnbably take place
in Mew xora aoout taa mtaaie or Sep
tember. . ,
The American team st Basatelle la
tha Bola da Boulogne, Paris, are playing
or axa bueii '
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mae-nlficent tiolo and are liable to make
the best In England work hard for the
laurels. Tne American team consisia ar
Messrs Wadsworth, Peecre, Mackay and
jr e e '
Tha Henley regatta this year wfll be
very largely a Brttlah affair. There
are 74 entries In all aooeoted. The only
forelgnera ara one Belgian crew. Not a
alngle American entry waa eecepted. It
la doubtful If the Belgians would be
represented if they were not tha hold
ers ex tne 1, rand vnauenge cup.
. a a ;
Owen Moran, the English feather
weight pugillat. announcea hla Intention
of coming to the United Btatee next
month and trying ta arrange a bout
with "Abe" Attel for the featherweight
cnampionanip .ex. tne woriu. , .
e e )
Constance 8. Titos, national amateur
sculling champion, announces that he
haa retired from active participation In
the rowing game and never would com
pete again. Tltua haa won about all
the laurele possible on this aids of the
water and felt-badly when his-entry
waa recently rejected by tha Englleh
Royal Henley regatta committee. Ta
win tha Diamond Sculls was Titus am
bition and when hs found that waa Ira
possible he decided to give up the game
entirely. ----- t
... ', .'..National League...'
At New York First game: It Lou la
S. New Tork S.
Berond game: St. Louis I. New
Tork S. ..'".-'
At Ph1tadelphlaFirat game: Pitts
burg S. Philadelphia 4. .' '
fiecoBd game: Pittsburg I. , Phila
At Boston Boston S. Cincinnati 1.
At Brooklyn Chicago j, Brooklyn X.
Aniericaa Lessrae. . ,
At Chicago Chicago f. Philadelphia i,
' At Petrfilt Detroit 1. Boston 7.
' At SC- touts at. Louis i, Waahlng-
At ' Cleveland Cleveland 1, New
Tork a. . . . - .
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A -1 1 ' '
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William Stapp, employed by" Tha Jour.
naX claims the honor of belnar the Bret
person ta swim serosa tha Willamette
river from Bundy'a bathhoue thla aea-
sen. lie ac"
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