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iTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY IS. 1007.
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Tim ou::go:i daily journal.
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Kot a Beaver Gets Fast Sec
ond In Coast League Game
at San Francisco. : '
. - ' YESTERDAT'S REBULT8.
San Francisco f, Portland ,
to Angel 10. Oakland
STANDINa Of THE CLUBS.
i .; A. - Won. . Lost 'Pet
Lee Angale .....4 IT 70
Ban Franclaeo DO ; 4S. ' .531
'.Oakland ...... .i. ... 4 , A1 . .610
roruand .., si - v ,.373
:----4r..f-'erl Special Service. I -
Ban Francico, July .43. Not a Beaver
Pid .: second -baa -hsr . yesterday,
0carVdn had- the opposlnc batten
ir hi pU from start to finish, and
houarti they landed four uf. hit. thav
never had a look-in for tha a-ama. Jlnuun
(nlrl4 In good, form, too, but he al
lowed himself to be batted at the moot
inopportune times and the Seals tallied
onoe each In the fifth and seventh
inning, score in detail:
' . . - -.. jjI PORTLAND ' -
, " , A.B. R. H. PO. A. B.
Baaaer. If. . 4. t 6 o 1
Mott. jb. t 14
Cy, b.' ..jH 0 I
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-j??- c ............ j o 6 I 1.
TJehlmpff. . ........ 10 1 I 4 1
. Groom, p. , 0 . 0
7 14 IT
. Batt4 for Groom In ninth" Inning.
' r ram FRiwrtnm
" . " A.B. R. Jrt PO. A; K.
rinsugnnessy, rr, ...... 4 O 1 , a
jnonier, xo I
wheeler, , I
HlldebrandV U. ....... t
Irwin, tb 3
; Spencer, cf. 10 0
Street. . ............ i 1
. Jon, p. ............ I 0
Totals ....W.,I4 A.Jtai t
; RUNS AND HITS BT INNINGS.
nland ,0 0 0 0 9 f 0 0
Hits .... 0 1 5 1 I 14
ui Franolsoo .... .. 0 5 0 1 0 1 0 J
8UMMART. : .
Two-base hit Bassey. Sacrlflo bits
wiuiama, spencer. First base on
. railed balls Off Jones 1. off Groom 3.
Stolen bases Shaughnaasy x- Wheeler,
Irwin. Williams J. Struck out By
Jones I, by Qroom 1 . Hit by pitched
ball Williams. Double playa Street
to Wheeler to Williams; Spencer to Wil
liams. Casey , to Bchlmpff. Time of
same 1:16. Umpire Youngey John-
CONTEST FOR DAVIS , "
America Tennia Team Faces Cham.
"-jptonn of Atwftralls ii'TOni.
vDietoa vonra v: 1-5
.t HMraal Special Serrlea.1 -
' tiondon. July It. Th larce crowd
that fathered at Wimbledon -today to
witness- tha berlnnins; of tha prellml
nary competition for the Darle challenge
oup afforded evidence of tha nnasual In
terest taken this year In tha contest for
thla famous International tannta tro
phy. Tna preliminary competition la
' between tha players representing tha
United Statea and Australia, and will
continue over Monday and Tuesday of
next week. The wlnnwe - will raaet
oreat Britain, holder or the trophy, toe
matches to begin next Saturday.
The American team consists of Baals
C. Wright, Karl H. Behr and W. J.
Clothier, while the. representatives of
Australia -are Dr. Eharp, Los Poldevln,
nonnsa ttnnii ana a. r . vyiiaing.
Much fear la exoressed here that Kn.
land will loae the trophy on account of
the withdrawal of tha Doherty brothers
from competition, and many are of the
opinion that It will be the Australians
who will take tha coveted cue- across tha
American League. . -. ;
At Cleveland Cleveland 1. Boston S.
At Chicago Chicago , Washington t.
- At Detroit First game: . Detroit . L
-jew- lorn w
Second came Detroit t. New York .
At 6t Louis Bt. Louis I, Phlladel-
onia s. , . -
ealt Aberdeen Aberdeen 4 Hftnk.ii. a
Awr-aeoma Butte 3, Tacoma 1. . :,.
At Seattla Vancouver t. Seattle
' percentage: Aberdeen, .132; Tacoma,
.114; Seattle. .$tli Spokane. .600; Butte,
.416: Vancouver. .311.
TIME TO ACT
Don't Witf or Jhe Fatal Stages
of Kidney Illness-Profit by "
Other People's Expe-
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r Occasional attacks of headache, irreg
blar urination, headaches and dlixy
pells are common aarly symptomi Of
kidney disorders. 'Ifs an error to neg
lect these 'ills. - Tna attack may pass
off for S tlma hut return , with greater
Intensity. If there are symptoms of
drop puffy wellingt.below the eyee,
bloating of limb and enklee, or any
i part of tha body, don't delay a minute.
, Begin taking Doan s Kidney rills and
. keep up the treatment until tha kidney
are well, when your old tlma health and
Vtgor Will return. ..', J , 1
tins that anv sufferer from back-
'or kldnc eomrlalnt will find this
3hedy ail that la claimed for It My
'own experience proved that uoan s Kid-
Mrs. J. O. Stern of Mt'Tabor, Or.,
i living on Weet avenue, aaye: "I have
highly recommended Doe n's ' Kidney
Pills for several years. I still do so.
other H011CT.U11 ermpiome , 01 iunjr
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for al by all dealer. Price 64 cent a
Foater-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agenta' for' tha United State.
Remember tha name DOAN S and
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This photograph of Harry Lumley ghowg the great slugger of the
Brooklysr Dodgers about to step Into
tb grand arerage ot .346, Lumley now
GLOSS AND LAING
A. big attraction at tha Astoria re
gatta, which take place on September
I, will be a second meeting thla year be
tween' Portland' crack single sculler.
Ed Gloss, and H. Laing of Vancouver,
who wrested the northweat champion
ship from Gloss at Seattle on July 4 In
a sensational finish, defeating Oloa by
aooui tnree ifei. uiosa i tuning xor
a return match, and today he announced
that Lalng had Just consented to row at
Since the decisive victory of the Port
land Rnelnr olub'a aenlor crew at Se
attle on July 4, -there- haa been consid
erable talk among the members of send
ing the crew east To take part In the
national regatta, which will be held t
Philadelphia on Augunt and 10. The
lossee auetained by the club during the
winter flood and tha building of the
new clubhouse, however, have made It
neoeesary to hold close on the club
funds, and the feeling haa been that if
uie crew goea tne money musi come
RACES AT.. SEATTLE
(Special DtoMtch to The Joarsal.) 1
Seattle. July 13. Meadow race re
Six furl on as Dr. Rowelt won. Charles
Green second,-Hattle Carr third; time.
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Six and a half ' furlongs Burnolette
won. Luetic second. Kedmont third:
Mile and 60 yards Faatoao won, bo
nart second. ' Bakerafield third: time.
Seven ruriongs Mary R. Clark won,
Lem Reed aeoond, Prestige third; time,
Sixth race, one mile and 60 verde
Gateway won. Bragg aecond, . Sachet
third; time, l:i. ; ..
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, ' EASTERN BASEBALL NOTES
The Brooklyn team haa won five of. tne
last seven games played with the Giant.
Inftelder Nichols Is making good
with tha Philadelphia Americans." .
Cincinnati, Brooklyn and Boaton are
having a great-struggle to lead the sec
ond division In the National league.
The St. Louie Browne look to be aa
Ttrong ae any team In the American
eague, still they can't win enough
games to get near the top.
The annual announcement of Manaeer
Clark's retirement at the end of the
season is out.' perhaps Fred, like to
worry-the Pittsburg fena.
For th first time In 20 year a Na
tional league- pennant floats from the
flagstaff at the West Side grounda In
The Cleveland' three link -of Ger
man pitching, LUbhardt. Thlelman and
Prnr. are doing good work for th
It would not aurprla many If th
the box to line out s sat hit. With
tops the National league sluggers.
from outside sources. Tha cost of the
new clubhouse and other Improvements
will total somewhere between 17.000 and
IIO.UOU. . .
- The senior erew was banquetted last
night at the Portland hotel by Maaars
Wilbur and Hart, and the proposition of
sendtnsF the erew east wee tha chief
toDta of conversation. Aa the national
ajiaoclation pays the hotel bills ot the
visitors while they are there. It waa
figured that the trip might be made for
from $700 to 3800. -
No definite action was taken, however,
and it is quite possible that the matter
may ra given up. coacn Murpny is "
necl&llv anxious to aee the local oars
men go againat the eastern cracks, and
something may be done within the next
few days to secure the wherewithal.
Prominent club membera have given the
aaeurance that If the trip cannot be
made this year tha crew will be eent In
1308, provided It holds together, '
All the Portland crews are etlll In
training, and moat of the oarsmen ex
pect to enter' th Astoria regatta.
teama that finish, first and second In
both major leaguea are western team. .
Elmer Flick of the Cleveland team ha
a great record in batting, baa ateallng
and run getting thla season.
Pitcher Lew Moren of the Philadelphia
National own 36.000 worth of stock
in th Boston national league ciun.
The teama coniDrlslns? ths eastern dl
vision of the American league are all
playing better ball than they played
during tnetr riret western irip. - ----,
Tim Flood, the Toronto- player who
waa aentetteed--ta -la-dava in tall for ae-
eaultlng Umpire Conway, eerved ivn
day and waa released. He has been
expelled from tha Eastern league.
. The champion White Box are playing
a much stronger Kama than they were
J 'laying at this time last season. It
onks a though the team that win the
pennant will have to beat the Sox.
Manager McCloakey of St. Loula says
that he told his boy he wanted har
mony, and didn't care what place they
occupied in the pennant race. "Mao'
has th harmony all right, and also a
tall-end club. -
There hka been some great hitting at
tha New York American lea sue crounds
this season. During th laat tay of
the Highlander at home they made 77
hit and their opponent It hit in five
- Two-Boston -women who" attend the
American leaaua ramee buy three aeata.
the third Beat belnx for fat poodle
wno curl up on a newspaper ana sreeps
during the game. When one of the kins
who nan out at the bleacher entrance
heard the story h Bald "Gee! Wish I
waa a dog."- . -' .
v'.fr T -
U 1 National League. .
At Philadelphia Chicago l Philadel
' At Brooklyn Pittsburg I, Brooklyn .
At New Tork-r-Clnolnnatt it. New
Tork I. : -
At Poet on St. Louta-Boston Same
Kn.tr.nn an artntnt .r rain. ,
National teaffue ; President
Hands Down . Decisions on -"Doubtful
Th president of tha National league
haa sent out a letter to hi oorr In
which be Instructs them definitely upon
the scoring ot certain doubtful point.
He first considers a play la which
there la a man on first base and the
batter attempt to sacrifice the baae
runner to second by bunting. Tha
fielder handling the ball, instead of
making the play at first, elect to stop
th sacrifice. If possible, by throwing
t aeoond. Th ball. 1 handled cjeanly,
but th baserunner reachea second base
ahead of the ball. The point passed on
by President Pulliam 1 what should be
Riven th man who made th buntT The
latlonal executive' common-sen con
clusions are aa follows:
"It I my Judgment that th play, a
outlined above, should be scored a a
fielder' oholo If, in the Judgment of
the scorer, a- perfect play would have
retired tha batsman at first; but Inas
much as th batsman doe hi part - in
attempting th aaeriflo play, I believe
he should not be charged with a time at
the bat if the baserunner la advanced
by reason of his play. Tha rule defin
ing a sacrifice hit limit It to tb caaea
where th bataman 1 retired at flrat
base, or would have been If no error
were made; and he not being retired at
flrat baae on this play, cannot be given
a sacrifice hit: but I think in all Justice
be ehould be given the next beat thing
and not charged with a time at bat. Of
course, scoring is more or less simply
the result of judgment, and If In the
Judgment of the scorer, in the jlay out
lined above, the batter could iot have
been retired at first if the ball had teen
handled cleanly, then, of course, the
scorer would be Justified In giving the
batter a base hit. ,-. . -.v
t -.- Matter of Squseee JHa7..,'''-.
' - "In th matter of a 'squeeie play.' I
would say that th above suggestion
would apply, namely, If the player la re
tired at tha plate the play scored Is a
fielder" choice and the batter charged
with a time a"bat: If, however, the
play 1 made at flrat baa and the
batter retired,- but the runnsr scores,
then It should be scored aa a eeortftce
hit. It the play la made at the plate
and the ball la fielded cleanly, no error,
but the runner scores. I should think
that it should be scored aaa fielder's
choice, but th latter be given the bene
fit of having hi time at bat not charged
Local and Otherwise.
Cy Morelng of the- Stockton - state
league I rapidly becoming. the rooet
popular manager in tne country among
(ha other nuiuen. Cy team conalsta
6f a bunch :of Coast League star whom
he got by paying more money than they
wr getting In tho eoaet league. Think
of a etate league which pay it player
mnra than a hlar leeauel Or turn it around
the other way and think the other thing.
Cy latest steel I BUI Mortality, whose
chancea to beoom an eastern star, until
hi fall, were a bright a thos of any
western nail oeeer. noninij waa m
reat favorlty witn tne Ban rrancisco
'ana and tnav are sun nowiinx meir
disappointment at seeing Wheeler in hi
?ilace at short. Motiarlty waa programed
o play hi flrt gam with Stock
ton today. Danny Long say that If he
play on gam wiin too ouu.wi nm
will never again have a chance in or
ganised baaebau. . -. si.
The Boton American want Pat Don
ahue, Portland' favorit catcher, and a
Ban Francisco paper says that MoCredl
1 laying hi plan to dispose of
"Donny" before the close of tne season.
He would b drafted, anyhow. It 1 ald.
Donahue wouldn't b a bad aale for
McCredla, hi rowdvlam In tb game
Is audi that he I liable to be nut put
entirely t almost any time. He ha
tried to hit th umpire aeveral tlmea
thle year and only fatted became hi
team-mate Intervened. If he succeed
ed it would probably have meant oat
of th league for Donahue.
According to report from San Fran-etecOf-Chaxlle
Atherton. Portland' new
all-around fielder. 1 making good. Pork
orney. another new man, haa not had
enough try-out to show how he I going
to do. It 1 McCredt' Intention to take
Bchlmpff away from short and glv him
another try on th mountain.
. a a
f ThshandonjT terlr g silver trophy
to be awarded to tne piayer maxing in
most - stblen baaea during the aeaaon
consists of a baseball, mounted on three
bats, and a catcher's mask attached to
one side. The Inscription I follow:
"A trophy for peed presented by th
Motor Car A sendee to the highest rec
ord for stolen bases for th season of
1307." , , i
President McMillan of the Multnomah
club haa replied to the letter of Presi
dent Hamilton of the Irvlngton club
offering the Irvlngton Courts for use
l lVe Cure I
Man. woman and
children who may be
ffllcted with any
disease Ca 1 have a"
, careful and acien
tlflo examination by
th physician and
surgeons ot this In
stitution without cost
AH diseases ot the ey. esr, nose, throat and lungs, heart, kidneys,
blsdder, brain and stomach, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Indigestion and
Constipation PERMANENTLY cured. -
X Tumors and Blemishes Removed 1
Ws cure with the same succett: all Chronic t)ieie of Men,
Ulreri snd 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
charges .. .'..., ... t , , ,
7 .If pstient esnnot call at the Institute, write for full instructions.
' All medicines are furnished to patients from the laboratory of the
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Offloe Hour to 11 . m, I to I p. m. and T to I p. m. Sunday.
10 to 13 a. m. - . . - - " . -..,
! New York Surgical
Permanently Ixoated ra BalelfB Building, a the Ooraer of IHatb an
(3g3Vt) Waahiagtoa Streets. hoa Main BS93. romTX&BO, oavsOOSI. 4
In th state tennlg tournament. McMil
lan' answer waa a "thank you" for th
offer, but th statement that th place
of holding th tournament would prob
ably not be changed, lie alao said that
he hoped many of the Irvlngton mem
bers would enter tha tournament and
extended the eourteay of tha asphalt
courts to them for. practice between no-w
and tha opening of the event.. .
' Th final matchee In th
are being played tbla axter-
noon.' -Why will local writer pel
calling thee handicap evente ens
n... hi y
Da aaciaea except oy ncraicn piay,
"Lo'Aiigel J after th VanderbUt
cup race. . ,'.'.-'..-''.. s
Walter J. Travl. formr . national
frolf champion, waa beaten yeeterday
n the - championship tournament at
Cleveland. W. C. Fownea Jr. defeated
Mm. In an early round of tha play
Travl broke - 11 national amateur
ohamplnnshlp record - by - playing - hi
aeoond auaiifrlne: round In 71 strokes.
?he present title holder. E. M. By ere of
ItUDurg. waa beaten by Jerome T rav
ers. The finals are scheduled for today.-Traver
and Graham will be the
Jack Johnaon want to fight Tommy
Burn baaiy, dui tiurn i aoaging. 7
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Tom McCarey. manager of th Pa
ctflo Athletlo club of San Francisco and
one of those who . wer "In on" the
O'Brien-Bum fight faka. Will try to
match Bill Squire against Jim Flynn.
a Colorado fireman. - v .
Mis Sutton la winning everything In
England this year . . .
The Olympto club of San Fratiolaco
at It laat maeting decided to send a
track team to Jamestown in September.
Nothing definite haa yet been done to
ward sendina- a team from th Multno
mah club and It appear unlikely that a
ringi man wui pa entv-t .
e e .
Th Dayton Star and th Wabash
clubs will play ball at Dayton Sunday.
Th local nine 1 impanvlng and expecta
to win. Bummer leads th ciun in nit
tin, with a Deroent&ce of .639. Adams,
formerly with the Maroons, haa been
signed.. Elnrer 8 tone wlU twirl. .
e , e
v There - will be no unification of the
basketball code about which mo much
haa -been - aaldV-reeontly. Th-Amateur
Athletic union and th Intercollegiate
authorities In conference have decided
that the beat Interest of the sport will
be conserved by two separata codes,
save the Brooklyn Eacle, t The reason
assigned 1 that the gam which the
collegian play is too strenuous to be
adapted for the use of men in athletic
clubs and Y. M. C A.'s who are not In
conatant training, and the college men
do not want a less vlsoroue not. In
ooneequenc both authorities have
agreed to continue th present disparity
of rule and to discourage games be
tween colleges and athletic olube. If
ponaible there; will be no- uch -game
PLAY SUNDAY GAME
'-Ths-Trunks and Brewer will cross
bat tomorrow at tha Coast" leagu
grounda In the last Trl-Clty game that
can be played here for everal week.
- Th Trunkmaker defeated tha Brew
era in laat Sundav' aome at St. Johns,
Both team are In great shape and are
playlng good bait - Barnhart, who h
the Brewers down to two hits laat B
Barnnart, wno neia
)Ve Cure by 11
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day, wlU b on th mound for th
Trunk, while Habentobt, a Pltuburg
boy, will twirl for th Brewer. Tb
Trunk Jameson, catcher; ' Barnhart
or Gardner, pitchers: Robedeaux, flet
baae: Locke, aeoond base) Bhoekley,
shortstop; Day, third baae; Van Nort
wlok. left field: - Prtc. eenUr field:
Coyle, right field.
Brewer Gains and MeBrlde, oatoh
ers; Habenlcht or Ray, pitcher; Hel
ser, firs baae; Fry, second baa Shank,
shortetop; Meyers, third base; Hoff
man, Inft field; Hume, center field;
HUdfthrandV rtghr fleid.
; 7 OTAngels Havw'Menie. '
', '. '' (Joaraal " Special ServkwJ " '
. Lo Angele. July 13-Reldy was aa
gay mark yesterday and th Angels had
a plcnlo romping around . tha baaea
Smith cured four hit. - Braahaar
three and yrybody else except Ngl
got at least one.- Score: ,
. R. H, E.
Los Angeles ..................10 14 1
Oakland .13 6
batterle Nagle and Hogan; Raldy
and Bliss. Umpire Perrln. -
Thaf wonreom "offrDpron" baby's
face after on tottle of White Cream
Vermifuge, th great worm medloln.
Why not keep that mlt on baby face
If you keep thla medloln on hand,
you will never eee anything else but
smile on hi face.' Mr, S--. Black,
welt, Oklahoma, writes:
"My baby waa peevish and fretfuL
Would not eat and I feared Ji would
die. I used a bottle of White' Cream
Vermifuge and he haa not had a alck
day lne." Sold by all druggist.
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$1 Fare for Round Mfr-Sl
Meals Fifty Cents. This is the
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IB broken-dawn men. restores Taut h and vl-ty and
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Nerveua Debllliy, Weak SteasMB, Kidney and
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