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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNALS PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING," AUGUST 11, 190T.
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Compiled by ILxpcrta
El The SmmSQW'A
HAS RECORD FOR
Yesterday's ' Game Makes
'Thirteen Without Defeat
.. ' for Hogan. . .
UEAVEES LOSE AFTER
GETTING LONG LEAD
! Callff Clean Bases With Two-Bajrger
ta Second, lmc Wki Itar
."'Ehm by Dooabas aad'Atiterton
- ' Help Club on to Defet. 'v
';' ';TIflTSatDAT-i' RB8ULTS. ":7 ;
Oakland, t: Portland. 4. .
-Lee. Angeles, -4; San Franclsoo, .
' STANDING OF THIS CLUBS.
Won. ' Lost. Pot
an Frencleoe ........ 44 "
ortland 1 v
Pitcher Hogan of Oakland broke the
' season'e reoord for straight wlna yes
terday by defeating the Portland. . ag
, gradation, by a acora of I to 4. It waa
" Hogan'a thirteenth straight vtotory.
The Beavers batUd Hogan heavily.
and at one tlma bad a load fit tbraa
rasa. Tbtr bid every chance In tba
world ta break tba bard working Irish
lad's string af conquests, bat, aa usual,
thay made errors at critical tlmaa and
thraw tha Kama away. ' '
It lookad at tba atari aa It "Ernla"
i Califf waa going to win hla own gams
with tha big suck., With two out and
tn MIH IUII i Ul UIO WWIM lunula,
Callff w hacked a two-bagger paat third
liua which ol eared tha sacks and rant
tha ball three times. But Callff weak-m-.mA
in h- riftta end tha Innlna ended
w(ih a tied acora. Portland got another
In tha aeoond half and than Klnseiie
;. want In, but tha boy with tha large
. head had not recovered hla form and,
i having poor support behind him, be waa
f uneoie to noia iai iweui tu
, yorUand Booree Tbraa. :- V
' Tha scoring began In tha aeoond half
f tha second. t her ton want out on a
fhort fly and MeCredle baat out a bunt
ilise whip caught him easily whan he
tried to steal and when Donahue put a
two-iwat to the tight fence everyoooy
. wished Mao bad waited. Burdette waa
Soaked, Fay knocked a ahort alngle and
'the baaea wera full. Then Cailff earn
' to bat. Of courao Callff would fan outl
Iut ha didn't. He auaked one. ao ard
that few saw It until Smith waa chas
, im if in Irt f t.M , Donahue. Bur.
' delta and Fay all loped home and Callff
got tha glaU'tnit. waasey mum ius
mAm nn .hnrt s rounder.
Tha bad doing started la tha sixth
with a free pass to Haley. Devereaux
ritna alone- with a Texas leaguer and
Hogan followed with a liner to eenter
which scored Haley. Burdette threw in
too late and Donahue -heaved a mile
i high back to aecond In an attempt to
catch Homo. Devereaux: scored on the
wild throw. Smith amashed . ona
through Atherton, scoring Hogan, and
- tha Inning enaea who a tie. .
., . , Ona SCore U Sixth.
. Baasey walked In tha aecond half and
lott reached first on a muffed throw.
Casey eingled, tilling tha bases. AUier
lr.n mit tit renter and Basssy beat
. tha throw in. McCredla etngled to left
and Mott destroyed tha ohancea of an.
! other acora by trying ta travel, two Bta-
i tlona on a anort riiu - - .
Ktnsella went In In the Sixth and
walked tha first man, Blgbee. Haley
. . rraundail out and then Devareanx tied
tha acora again by a three-bagger to tha
center field fence.' That ought to have
;nded It. hut Atnarton. in ajwooi
throw to Casey at first, sent tha ball
' ariM and Horan waa safe. Hogan scored
' the final and winning run on a hit mada
a. little later by Van Haltern. ..Fay got
hla second single of ths day in tna nintn.
' lie reached second on a grounder by
' loore, bMt Baasey flew out, to Halt
tnuller. . Mott grounded out and It waa
all over. Portland hit aaf a tha largest
. number of times and hit tha hardest,
but Oakland won. , ut that In your plpa
and amok It. " ...
Today's double-header program will
begin at t o'clock. Pomoll and Groom
are scheduled to do tha twirling for
tha home club, ornoiu score: -
IB. H. H. PO. A. B.
leltmuller. If. ....... 4
iigan, aa. .......... 4 f
mlth, If. ...
Van Hal urn.
lllas. a. ..
, ib. ..... i (j. t i j
aux, tb. ....... 4 1 I I l
n. p. ........... lilt i
a a ee e - i
... w mm mm m
AB. R.H.PO A.BI
jiicujreQie, n. ........
l.onahue, a. .... S
Burdetta, ef. I
fay. sa. .....t. 4
rmll mt l
l Totsia . . . . II 4 1 it IT
i Moore batted for Klnsella in ninth,
- AB. R. H. PO A. To.
r. if. 4 1 o l
lb. , I t O i 4 4
sb... i i.i.i f.
ton, lb. ,,.,.. 4 I l it I I
BCQBJB BT INNIN08.
........ 0 14 0 4 114
.4 4411441 1 it
f ; SUMMART.;. , .-.
Struck out Br Hogan. 4: Callff, 1;
fCtnxella, 1. Bases on balls Off Callff,
; Hogan, 1: Klnoella, 1. Two-base hit
Calif f, ,. McCredla. Donahue. Three-baaa--
hit Ueverraux. Bacrlfloa hit
"Van Haltren, Haley, Donahue, Hogan,
, Wit by. pitched ball Burdette. , . rirat
be on errors Oakland, 1; Portland 1.
Left ait bases Oakland. 4: Portland, 7.
Innings pitched By Callff, I; Klnsella.
4. Base-hits Off Callff, i; charge de
feat to Klnsella. Tlma of Kama, I hours.
. Vmptra Parrlna. ...
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: J RATIONAL LEAOTJB
s ...' y. ., .. :y... -x
Excltlnf fitrogglo at Chicago.
1 Chicago. Aug. Philadelphia mada
It thrn la four from Chicago today In
a most eenaatlonal and exciting strus
y l. Bnora;.. . . .
f h;,-no .. ....4 4 4 4 4 4 ft 4 i I a
Philadelphia .4 0404411 4 y
s Hat trle Taylor, Overall, Pfleeter
nt.Kllng: fiparka and Jacklltch. I'm
jilraa Hlgler and Carpenter.
" New York era liunch Hlta.
nttahorg, Atig. 14. Bunching their
t' In the third Inning, tha Kiw York
it -'.,! r,l three runs and secured a
, . in i niiing led over Pittsburg. Fcore:
' 1 . i k ...04 1 0 4 9 4 0 01 1 1
i . or 0 0014140 4 t I 1
I ., ,. n Antes and Preenani WIN
IN. 1 'i and Gibson. I'mplrca Klein
and i.1 ' .'- . . ... .
f 1 C!am nt Cinrlnnall.
Avw lf,In a close gam
i f .1 d.i o to defeat before
Brooklyn today. ' Pastorlua kept tha
Reds' hlta wall scattered. Boore:
Clnolnnatt ....4 4 4 4 4 4 1 9 41 4 0
Brooklyn ....4 4 0 4 1 0 4 4 11 4 1
Battarlaa wetrner and Motan; Paa
torloue and RltUr. Umpire Johnston.
McOIynn Wlna Pltclier'a Battle.
1 Bt Loula, Aug. 10. MoOlynn bad tha
batter ef a pitcher' battle with Flaher
ty today and St. Loula again defeated
Boaton. Boore: .
St. Loula t 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 t I J I
Boston .......0 00 10000 01 8 1
Batteries McOlynn and Noonan: Fla
herty ,and Aamuaaan. Umpire Bmslla
i BUTTE BEATS SPOKANH ; ,
(tralted Preas by Iperlal Leased Win.) ' .
Spokane, Wash.. Aug. It. Quinn'a In
dians lost' today' gam after a hard
fight Senaatlonal plays wera frequent
and tha fana went orasy. , Roosevelt did
fairly wall for tha minora. Wright waa
a disappointment, being; unable to eon
trol his curves. Altman brought the
fans to their feet in the ninth Dy a
three-bagger, but ba never reached
home. Ripley, tha Indiana' new catcher,
did great work and made a double play
Butt ..1 1 t t t 1 t I 11
Spokane ....4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Batteries Roosevelt ; and . Meyer;
wrignt ana iupiey. '
ANGELS BEE AK SEALS' :
rXONO WINNING STREAK
Ban Francisco, Aug. 10. By perslet
ently hammering 1h benders of both
Eddie Quick and "Silvers" Henley, the
Angela took today's game from the
Seals, breaking tha long winning streak
or ma tocaia. ocore y innings:
Loa Angeles .t 1104140 04 14 I
San Franolaeol 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 01 1 I
Batteries Loa Angeles, Gray and Ko
ran; San Franclaco, Henley, Quick and
b treat, umpire juernca.
' TIi natural end of the pugilistic career of Jamea J. Jeffrtet will be defeat. He sayg that he will not fight
. again, bat aome day the call of the battle will prove too allnrlng. Af he iprang np ao will hla Tanqulshor
' appear. The above cartoon lllugtratea Artlat Carter'a conception of the act of finale In Jeffries' ring
career. 'V V-'.' ' v ! :. r :'-:. ' f-' i.-'K
" iiw iiejwjsejsii,", mioiw-a)
7- - -j :
Porkorny, Portlanda 8ubititute
. ' . Flrat Baacmaa s
NEWS AND NOTES
Leading: Teams Preparing
for Bnal: Pennant, Strng-gle-4
, TODAT-S TRI-CITT OAMB.Tr
At Bt Johns A poetise ve. Bobemlana.
At Kalao Trunka va. Tigers, double
header. . .-'!,', ' i :,
At vVoodbarav Brew va Indiana,
' . e e . -
Oerman. tba new twlrler for the
Woodbura Indiana; baa been working in
tba Trolley league all summer. He
ranked among tha leading pitchers of
that league, baa apeed. a good ehanga of
pace and fine control. . Aa a fielder bo
ranks away up. Manager' Orover baa
secured a, good man to ceip out in the
VV. a T',o.'V
" Tba pennant raoe baa assumed Inter
eetlng proportions indeed, with Wood-
burn, tne rruM ana jteiso necs ana
neck, headed for the stretch and all
three atralnlng every muscle to crews
under the wire firat Coming faat and
Just behind la Charlie Moore and hla
Apoatles, taking tha dust, but well In
the running. Kelso la picked aa the
favorite, and tha fana are betting that
the Tigers will land tba rag. Paring
thl month the leadera will play among
themselves gam or two. and In Sep
tember tha finish flag will drop with
the leadera playing among themselves.
In the aecond division Astoria aeema
ta be clinging to flrat place, with tha
f riaky Cuba hanging onto tba Trunk
makera and Brewera flirting with tail
end honora. The tallender will play
among, each ether in September when
ever possible, and as ths teams are
evenly matohed and all local boys, they
will prove as Interesting as tha strug
gles of the leaders, , , ,
:' a :e i . ' ;
For a pennant winning' team tha
Woodbura Indiana are receiving tha
rankest of eupport, both financially
and morally. The fana of tha little
burg are not backing up their team, nor
aeem to appreciate the efforts of the
management to land the pennant. The
advertising for the town alone should
bring out tha good will and shekel ef
a united fandom. It eosta money to
operate a ball team, no matter what the
class, and It la a thankless Job even at
lta best for the man who easaya the
leadership of any aggregation. It ia
even more discouraging when the local
fana do not turn out to cheer the team
on. The largest orowd the Woodburn
team has pulled have been made up of
people from surrounding towns. It Is
the clan ef tba league officials to dron
but the weak towns next year and fill
tneir places wnn nve ones. ......
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' Tha -nmntrea will work tndav aa tn.
tm. TJ 1 1 r-r. m Am a , tT mi i. . . . a .
Johns, Mangold at Woodburn. ; . ...
r. a v ,
The Frskes and Cuba have a dav off
today, no games being scheduled for
tbem. , - ,..".':'. '
Johnnie Tanscher and Krnls ' atralt
two of tha clever members of the Cuh
aggregsMon, are shooting deer. up In!
the mountains of Washington. .. ,
The regular monthly1 meeting of the
board of directors of th Trinity league
will be held Wednesday evening, the
141b, of this month, at tba ofXloe ef
MEL LONG HAILED AS COMING
WORLD'S: CHAMPION AT TENNIS
(7oaral tpeelal Berrlce.) . r -Lo
Angelas, CaL, Aug. It. Los An
gl bellevea that Melville Long, the
17-year-old coast t champion at tennl
who wrested the ehamplonsblp af south
em California from Hal Braly last Sat
urday, la deatlned ta ba a world'a cham
pion before be reeehea his majority.
Long,, who. Is from San Franclaco, Is
a tall, lanky boy of 17. who la atlll
In bla freshman year at college. He
haa defeated all of tha leading expo
nents of tennis on the - Pacifto coast.
Hs holds every title of Importance on
the coast the Paelflo coast champion
ship, the California atate champion
ship and now tha southern California
championship. In each of these events
he went through to the ohallenge round
without the losa ef a aet. In tha
tournament last week, be did not lose
one eet of alnglea until the challenge
round, although be waa obliged to play
In eucceeaion Gardner, Bell, Sinsabaugh
and Braly. This in ths face of the fact
that be waa playing on' cement court
for the first time In hla life a thing
that haa caused the downfall ef many
a northerner who has tried for Long's
new title In ths paat.
Long's style of play la eald to re
semble tbat of Malcolm Whitman, the
greatest of the American champions of
the paat decade. He delivers his
strokes In the same easy manner that
distinguished Whitman atyla, never
waiting his strength by Unnecessarily
clouting the ball,, and . never racing
about the court In a vain effort to re
cover "killed" balle. Hla game never
leta up, but he refuses to tire hlraaelf
for a point that la not neoessary. In
this and other waya ba dlsplaya a mas
terful Judgment that conserves hla
strength, and Is th one element In hla
present game that polnta more aurely
than hla On stroke ta future possi
. Three elements In Long's game dis
tinguish him ii i great player. They
are hla "tennis Judgment," as mani
fested in bis conserving his strength.
i.,s choloe of strokes, and tha unfailing
way In which ba takea advantage of
hla opponent the moment the latter
geta out of position) secondly, his build,
which gives him height and reach, and,
thlrrilv. his maatarv of all of the funda
mental atrokea. The combination of
these elements produoea tennl that l
artlntto to a degree that even those not
familiar with tha una point -may en'
, . V I I.
Joe Dally, tha eld professional, who
ha watched the development of the
Whitney, the Hardy s, and other eoaat
champions, bellevea that Long baa de
veloped the greatest form of any Pa-
cino .coast piayer. e
Secretary Smith, 121 Grand avenue. A
couple, of protected games snd a big
bunch of miscellaneous business will re
ceive the attention of the magnates.
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Somebody has rsmarked that tha re
organised "Cubs are putting up a mighty
fast article of ball, and adds that It is
a pity that they didn't get together In
the early part of the season." Ths Cubs
have all along played good ball, and
have held the leadera to many cloae
acorea. but couldn't get together long
enough In one aerie to pull th
requisite number of games to win. ' The
trouble seemed to have been in having
too many good individual playara and
not .enough team work.
p. v. .,; ..- - v .- . :"
Manager Part low of the Trunkmakera
has released hla atar twlrler. Gardner,
whom ha secured from some local Inde
pendent team. He has also released
Old Reliable" Jameson, the lad who la
liable to break up any game at any eld
time with a smash over the fence
i , .-... . n 1 n il.unH.nl hall
and Jameson is being angled for by
severau (uaucis u w.v r,ii . ' ,
Manager Rankin of tha Kelso Tigers
has releaeed First , Baseman Beebee.
Shortstops Shaffer and Sater, Outfield
ers Halbert, Smith, Lachppelle snd Nel
son. He haa signed Shortstop Heame,
one of the fastest Infleldere from the
Trolley league, and haa plugged up th
hole on the infield that ha coat ao
many baaea. pitcher Hull can now lob
'em over, or play with the hatter, a he
pleases, confident that he haa a stone
wall behind him. and one of tha fast
eat outflelda ia the league.
, ., ' ',.',.-...,
' Michel, the' man whom every pitcher
fear, now lead th lagu with a bat.
ting percentage of .412, which la acme
"swatting." Michel Is a natural free
hatter, hitting the ball With ease at
any angle. , .'':' !.'.'.'
-" Borne of the Trl-Clty league manager
wtll be a bit Surprised St the close of
the season to find that some of the
f ames played will not be included in (he
let of game won and lost, for the rea
aon that no official anor ha ever been
mailed te tba aeorstary for filing. The
league rules insist upon an official eoore
of each match game, and only such as
are ao reported count in tne winning
of the nan nan t. Failure to properly re
port a game not only throwa the game
out, but lays the offender liable to a
una. , , . ,
COLIN IS CHAMPION " '
; . OF TW0-YEAB-0LDS
. jaBBSKeKeBKBMeBBB ' j. , ' h r. s
. (Beant Ttw by Longest Leased Wire.)
Saratoga, . Aug. 10. Colin, tba great
son of Commando-Paatorells, la now
without a rival for tba 1 -year-old
championship. With the heavy burden
of 111 pounds on bla back, tba undefeat
ed colt won tha Saratoga special from
Unole in a manner, pent ting bla nobl
'"with tha puree won today , CoUn's
earnings have reached the high mark of
164.000. He haa started five tlmaa and
won every event. ' . '
First race, seven furlongs Tom Mo
Orath, (Miller), even, won: Fauet Du-
fun), second; Inquisitor, (Henry) third.
tme,-H2." - '
Second ..race, about three mile,' stee
plechaa Commissioner Fontaine
(Stone), 11 to 10, won; Rocket (Me
dals ), second; St Volfoe (Archibald),
third. Time, 4:21. I" .'
Third race, slrf furlongs," Saratoga
special Colin (Miller?, 2 to 6, won;
Uncle (Uugan), aecund. - Time, ,1:11
Only two starters.
Fourth 'rsce, mile and a "quarter
Frank Gill (NotUrk 4 to I, won: Gold
Ball (Diiaan) serond; Cork Hill (Miller)
third. Time, 1:07, , .
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs
Marbles (Notter). 4 to 1, won; Tenancy,
By Courtesy (Lowe), aecond; James B.
Brady (Beckman), third. Time, 1:07.
. Sixth race, mile and three-six teenths
Cairn Gorm (Mountain), II to (. won:
Tourenna (Korner) second! . oailavant
(Miller)., third. Time. 1:11.
Padron." 'the Cuban player with the
P-rooklyn AtUntlce, Is a versatile player.
When not aitchlos he nlava la tba out
field. a I
JOE TYLER I'JIIIS
Captures Northwest Tennis
Championship at ; Ta
Trier and Miss Rraa ef Pasadena
TTln to Mixed Doubles Over Craw.
ford and Miss HotcbkJsa of Oak
- land. - ' "
' (special Dlapatch te Tse JoeraaL)
Tacome, Wash, . Aug; 1 1 Borne of
the beat tennla aver seen in Tacoma
took place bars today In the playing off
of tha finals In tha Paelflo northwsst
championship matches, v '
Jo Tyler, tba Seattle "phenom." did
the star work all day and tonight stand
champion of tba Naclflo northwest. In
two events.' I.. f. . :j'1
. , Tba contest between Tyler and Mc
Burney of Spokane In the man' alnglea,
waa doubtless tba best exhibition of
faat .work Taooma tennla entbuslaats
have ever seen. - Five sets were played,
the playera tying tlma after time, and
there appearing to be no end to the
otevernesa and resource af each. In
winning Tyler got three out of five
seta, tha final acora ataadlng 4-1, 4-8,
4-4. 4-4, 4-0.
Nearly aa good as this notable exhibi
tion of aklll was the championship
match lit ladies' singles All the local
and even Northweet playera were elim
inated in the semi-finals yesterday,
leaving Miss Hotchklss and Miss Ryan,
two fast California, playera, to dispute
the field. Mis Hotcnklaa of Oakland
won In two atralght sets, ths score be
ing 4-4, 4-3. Miss Ryan Is from Paaa
Tha ottier matoh In which Tyler made
Sood for the championship was In mixed
oubles, the finals of whloh closed the
tournament lata thla afternoon. With
Mtea Ryan for a partner, Tyler defeat-
if ' ,
Pearl" Casej. Portland's Star In
, fielder, the Best Second Baseman
la the Coast League.
THREE FIGHTS II!
WEEK MID HALF
That's What the San Fran-
; cisco Sports Hare in
i::i: Prospect' :. ; -
SC1IEECK VS. KAUFMAN
IS FIEST ON PR0QEAM
Tbomas-Ketchell Boat Follows and
1 Brltt-Oans Slatch Cornea as Blg
. geetj. Attraction Battling Nelson
- Sayg He's Not Down and Out.
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' ffltint Nmwrm mm 1mmm ImmmmA WM V
Ban rtanolaco, ' Augut 10. Three
fights In JO days. That a , what the
sports of Saa Franclaco have to look
forward to and tha prospect Is enough
to dull the appetite of the moat pro
nounced fan. " H ".
In tha present Instance there Is no
reason for doubting thst ths various
attractions will get whatever la coming
to them In the way of reward. The
Scbreck-Kaufmana affair, which Is to
ba handled by Aleck tlreggalna on Au
gust SO, looks Ilka a whole-souled whal
ing matoh between a couple of strong
men, : -C -
, The Joe Thomas-Toung Ketchell eon
teat, which Cof froth Is to sUge at hla
Mlaaton atreet arena, has a character
from lta last place, aa it were. The
young stalwart met at Maryavtlle on
July 4, and tha battle waa such a thrill
ing, terapeetuous airugrle that the spec
tators voiced a demand for a return en
counter before they kit the ringside.
' Depends on Oaas-afsmsle Qo.
Then there la the Brltt-Gana bout to
be put on at aoma point yet to be named
In flan Francisco on Admission day. Ac
cording to Jack Gleaaon, who la to man
age the event, the fate of thla particular
go will bang In the balance until tha
Gene-Memaio match ta decided. 1 This
meeting takea place at' Loa Angelea on
Auguat IS.. Gleason feels that putting
con tract ore and carpenters to work at
this stage would be equivalent to betting
a large sum to. nothing tbat Gana wllll
whip Memslo. As things stand, there
fore, until the Oana-Memslo contest be
comes a part of record the Brltt-Gan
fight can aimply be regarded aa some
thing that may or may not be.
The writer had a talk with Battling'
Nelson a day or two ago and found Mint
aa Jaunty and confident '-es ever. And,
the Battler made rather a strange sd4
mission. Soma fighters often attribute!
their adverses to drink, but the Dane.
aaya-he worked bla undoing by eatln
loo muen. v . ,
Knocked Oat by Two Steaka.
"It waa thla way." aald Nelson.
bunch of ua went Into a restaurant a
couple of hours before the fight. I
wanted a big. Juicy, eteak and the others
ordered steaks, too. Well, mine waa
cooked first and It waa a fine slab of)
meat, I tell you. When I had finished
tha other ateaka were coming In, and
we louna mey nea coofa one too many.
it looaea ao gooa inat i woman i le
them take It back. I Juat tackled I
wlK ti.n mnA Ih.r. M
"MhatT Tou ate two big ateaks7M
Well. I didn't get away with it all'
aald Rat with a show of confusion.
put a big dent In It, and I waa loggy al
inrougn tne iignt. . -'Has
hare." continued the Dana "I a
afraid to open my mouth for fear I'll
be accused of trying to take some of)
the credit from Brltt But thla talkj
that I'm all in and that Oana beat
the fight out of ma ia atuff. 'I'm aa
good as ever."
Nelson says hs wtll ba ready for Brltt
again whenever Jimmy cares to gtvi
Kiwi , rhura ' w
We fonght three ef the best flghtsj
ever seen hereabouts, and I guess we'll
pull a big gate again next time, aaldl
ad Mlaa Hotchklss and Crawford la twol
atralght aets, the acora standing t-4j
7-i. i I
' Miss Hotchklss a winner of the la-l
dleW chamDlonahla gets the Ashton ounl
and Tyler receives the Thorpe eup, Fow
lowing the announcement of the vto-
tore In tha tournament the cups wera
presemea to me cnampions.
Tonlcbt the visiting playera are Beat
taring, most of them going to Vancou4
ver. Briuen Columbia, where the Inter
national tournament beglna Monday.
.WEKK'S SPORT CALENDAR
e ' Monday Oerman American .
e eonder-clase yacht races besitu
.Kiel;, North Dakota tennU
4 ' pionahlp tournament . opens at
4 - Grand Forks; International tan- .
d nls competitions begin at Van
4 oouver, British Columbia; grand
4 circuit race meeting bpena -at -4
' Poughkeepale, New fork; Iowa
a i Nebraska-Kansas tennis Cham-
ptonahip begins at Sioux City,
, Tueaday Oreat western ' elr-
eult race meeting opens st Gales-
' burg, Illinois; Vermont atate
tennis championship tournament
opens at St Johnsbury, Vermont;
twenty-eighth annual - tourna-
, ment of tba National Archery as
sociation begins at Chicago.-",
- Wednesday Ninth, annua
Georgia atate shooting tourna
ment begin at Atlanta. ' r.
Thursday Annual tournament
of the Nstlonal Association of
Angling clubs opens at Racine,
Wisconsin; sast, south snd wast
tennis doubles at ths Crescent A.
C, Brooklyn, New Tork. (
tlona beglna at Port Clinton,'
Ohio, for places' on the American
team in the rifle shoot for the
' Palme trophy.
- Saturday Flrat series of the
" Llpton cup racea of tha Colum-
bla Tacht club, Chicago.
RESTORES VITAMTI n.ra cared thoaaasda
ef eases ef Karroos Dablllty snd insonsla.
Tsey slear the srala. stresfthea the lranlatloa.
Bias dlreatlon parfeet sd Impart a-iiiBtia
vigor s tba erbole betas. All drala ao .K
Mopped permaaestly. $1.00 per bos. I f. N
gaarasteea te aura or refnsd eioner. S. Wait.
sealed. Bank free. Peralaa Mad. Oe., Mil
arck at., Philadelphia. Sold la Portias call
by Wondward. Clark Co.