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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1907.
MEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD. ;
FUTURITY TO BE Sfc ,v CEKE,1
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Banner Event Which Opens
Season tor the Coney
.. Island Club. ,
JAMES KEEXES COLIN
TO BE THE FAVORITE
rays $50,000 and If I-trgest Stako
in Country 'or Horwi Should
".' Colin Win Ho Will End Career
Wlta $100,000 to Hla Credit.
(Josraal Sparfat SerrtoO
; New Tork, Aug. 10. The great Futur
ity, worth about $50,000. wUl U run
over tha slx-furlong straight course at
Sheepshead Bay tomorrow, tha opanlog
day of tha Coney Island Jockey elub'a
autumn meeting. It is tha banner evsnt
of tha metropoUUn racing aeaaoa aad
always draws the largest and moat en
thusiastic crowd of tha year. Evsn In
the most dismal weather tha beautiful
course has been pscked on Futurity dsy
ana this year plans have been made
to accommodate at least 60 000 people. -The
Koene. Belmont. Whitney and
other prominent stables have entered
their beet J-yesr-olds In the clssslo
event, aad , from present Indications a
big flelTwm go to the barrier. The
fsverlte will undoubtedly be Colin.
James R. Keene e unbeaten son of Com
mando. Colin has stsrted sis times
this year and In each instance he has
been returned an easy winner. At no
'time has he been extenoed. though on
several occasions be has shown a ten
dency to loaf. Beginning at over
night event at Belmont Park, which, he
captured in a gallop, the champion has
won the National Stallion stakes, the
Kclipee srakes, the Great Trial stakes,
the Prighton Junior stakes and the
Grand, Union Hotel stakes, incidentally
taking thd measure of all tha best
youngsters yet shown.
Begarded aa Baoe af Tear.
.". This will be' the twentieth running
of the Kuturlty, which is the largeat
! utake otfered In this country for horses.
Of late years the event has come to
tost followers outside the regular track
mtlngent to be the one race of the
sar. to rank with tha Suburban and
rooklyn Handicap as an event to be
watched at all costs.
? The conditions are exceedingly strict
tend It Is by no means a cheap race to
Start In. though an original entry Is
"Hot specifically expensive. This cir
cumstance has served to bring out the
iest colts of the year as a rule, and it
fs rare that a 1-year-old of real quality
vis barred from starting. The field is
usually a brilliant ana. and this year
giromlses to be no exception. -
T The stake wss started In 1S8I and the
very first 4s deemed in some respects
'the best of the series. Proctor Knott, de
feating thb mighty Salvator In a great
race, and winning a fortune for his
'owner, who was accounted a poor man
to be in such company. The race in
1191, when His Highness defeated Tork
ville Belle end ljagonet, was- another
'one to be remembered. In 1891 Domino
tend Dobbins were the contenders, begin
ning then thslr remarkable rivalry for
turf honors. ' . '
'i In 1897 came tha greatest surprise of
'the series, when G'Alouette captured
flhe stake, an utter outalder, wholly un
r.ardMl bv tha wise ones In turf form.
.hi nee then colts like Ballyhoo Bey, 8av
4 hi. mhnmo chief claim to notice was as
'a son of Salvator, Hamburg Belle. Art
lul. Ormondale and Electioneer have
captured the stake, fully rewarding the
hopea of a majority of the students of
. - Chases to Sara 9100,000.
if Mhould Pnlln caotura the bic event to
morrow it will mean that he has won
ttfor James R. Keene, his owner, the
onnrmmia sum nf 1 100.000 in one season.
,Whn Colin won the Baratoca SDecial
l few weeks ago he increased his earn-
Jngs for the season to 159. 6S8.
t There are not more than a Score of
liornea in turf history thst have won
1 100,000 in their entire career of racing,
' po it ran readily be understood what a
rut fnt Colin will accomDllsh should
Fe end his 1-year-old career with I100.
,00 to his credit In fact there have
been few horses that have won 161,661
during their 1-year-old careers. So it is
not to be wondered at that many turf
critlca shsra Mr. eKene's opinion that
.'olin is tha superior of the late Sysonby
or the great Domino.
YESTERDAY'S HORSE RACES.
At Empire City.
', Mile Muckrake won. Rip Rap
nil Will I Mi third: time. 1:41 1-6.
Five and a half furlongs Ida O.
"Walker' won. Scallop second. Inaugura
tion third; time, i:os.
About six furlongs Alenco won,
Proapero second, Comilfo third; time,
1 :09 1.6.
- The Seal Hallan purse. ' mile Preten
sion won. Funicular second, Polly Prim
third; time, 1:40H.
Five furlongs Aunt Rose won, Cot
J lob second, Msnheimer third; time,
Mile and 100 yards St Joseph won,
Taunt second, Clements tUird; time.
Two-year-old 'handicap. t furlongs
Fort Johnsoif-woo, Johnnie Blake seo
end W. H. Lyon third: time. lt 1-6.
Steeolechsse. two miles Mtximillan
won. Lights Out second. Kernel third;
time. 4:14. , -"'
Fix furlongs Momentum won. Belle
ft Iroquois second. Kill la Crankia third;
time, 1:11 4-.
Champion handicap, mile ana a fur
long Imndelion won. Vails second. Ox
ford third: time. 1:62 1-6.
Mile Deuce won. Zeoanro ' aecond.
YA Brail third; time. 1:18 4-6.
Five and one half furlongs Law
rence won. Onatasaa second, Thomas
lalyer third; time. 1:10
Maurice Sayerg yg. Klnnej. .
Uoanwl gperlal gervice.)
Milwaukee, Wis.. Aug. 10. Tha Green
Valley club of this city has srranged
unattractive card for Its boxing show
to be given tonight Tha wlndup will
Vring together Maurice Sayera and
Fteve Kinney in a lu-round bout. Tha
three preliminaries will consist of
Kid" Wolgast vs. "Kid- Conley, 110
nnn1s: Oene McOovern vs. Jerrv Nel
f"n, 116 pounds, anil Toting Sharkey vs.
Young Wilson, 110 pounds. Herman
f-hHrp will officiate as referee In all. the
t I . 1 IS
Donahue Blunders Into Pali
and Prevents the Beavers
From Scoring in First.
, Uoaraal gpeclal Berries.)
R.n rrancised. Cat. Aug. 10. Port-
Isnd drop-ed another to San Francisco
yesterday, 4 to I. Aa has often been
the ase. Portland got the most hits,
but gsva tha other slda tha most runs,
thus dividing the honors to tha satis
faction of their opponents, at least
Charley Street's three-baggerjn the
seventh Inning scored Henley and Wil
liams and incressed tha lead of 1 to 1
to 4 to 1. ronwoa na " " im
portunity to get a safe margin In tne
ST, . ,fh bu. vera full with tWO
out. when MoCredie hit a hot one Wnich
would nave oeen B" "T ' V';
least two runs, but Catcher Jaonohue
blundered into It and retired thelda
Hart man was In good form and twirled
better ball than did Jones, but he wss
hit hard In tha aeventh. Tha official
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Burdetta, CI. ...
Bassey, If. ......
Donohue, c. .....
Atherton, lb. ...
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; Giants In Action.
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Spencer, cf. .....s v v. w
Wheeler, ca. 'Sill
Irwin, lb. 4 f 10
Williams, 10. J J J J J
Henley, r. . J J J J. J
Street, C 0 1 4 10
Btrelb. lb. -0 0 4 1 0
Jonea. p. I 1 0 16 0
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! Three-base 'nits Street Two-base
hits Hlldebrand, Burdette. Sacrifice
hits rjonohue. Btrelb. SDencer. Stolen
bases Bassey. Hlldebrand. First baae
on called balls Off Hartman .6; off
Jonea 4. Struck out-kBv Jones 4,
roublo play Kay to Atherton, . Tims
of game One hour and 40 minutes. Um
plres Perrlna and Moore.
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- ICATIONAIj LEAGUE.
At Brooklyn Cincinnati , Boston S.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 1. Pitts
At BrooklynChicago I, Brooklyn 0.
At Clevelanl Cleveland 4, Chicago. 1.
At Washington Washington 1-1. Bos
ton 1-1. ' ' .
. NORTHWEST LEAGUE.
At BeatUe Aberdeen t, Seattle t.
COPE DE 0E0 IS IN
GREATER SALE1I STAKE
Iflpedal Dlapetck to The Joaraal.) .
Salem. Or.. Aug. 29. Cope de Oro. a
fast green pacer, took a record of
1:08 V in a recent matinee race at 8
Unas. California, Tha horse won three
straight heats, all under 2:10, the
fastest being 1:0814, aa stated, while
the other two were ootn timed In
Co pa da Oro la aired by Nutwood
Wilkes, and was driven by BUI Dur
fee, one of the moat famous drivers
In tha tinted States, who develooed
Sweet Marie 1:02. Zoiock 2:06fc, and
many other noted campaigners. Cope
de Oro is considered one of tha most
from lain g young rao horses now on
he Paclflo coast, and is a candldata
In the Greater Salem stake of 16,000
for 1:09 pacers at tha Oregon state fair
race meetSeptember' 11-2L Ha has
done trial miles close to 1:04. The rec
ord In this classic stake Is 1.-09H, mads
by Chester ADnoti in loz. Tne rec
ord for Lone Oak track Is' 2:09 flat.
also eatabllshed In the same year by
Myrtha Whips. Both these record
should be lowered severel 'seconds
when the swiftest blood In the west
clashes in , the $5,000 Greater Salem
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KELSO FANS CXOMINO
JIERE IN FULL FORCE
' f Special ' Dlasatrh to The Journal. )
Kelso, Wash.. Aug. 0. The Kelso
fans sre planning to appear In Portland
on the Vaughn street grounds next Sun
day In full force to aid the Tigers to
take another fall out of tha Frakes. The
isteamer Kelloag has been chartered for
the day and Its cspaclty of 200 tickets
airway oeen sold out snd many die
sppoiniM onea will go down on the
irnin. ine I li.ri .pa vtttn into -nA
"-v snaps to meet the Frakes with their
I ssslstantj from the Portland leagus
f. I team, and thers Is sura to be something
living itc.i vuuuay
On the tour of tha Albany, New fork
Automobile club to Atlantic City and
return, a. dlatancavof 700 miles. Miss
Edith D. Armstrong finished first, hav
ing driven her touring car every mile
of tha Journey.
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The wealthiest of all automoblllsts
In tbs national capital Is said to ba
Ambassador Creel, of Mexico, who
likewise Is said to be tha richest msn
his country has produced, with a for
tune of upward of $200,000,000.
The car which bora tha hoodoo num
ber "11" want through tha Qlldden tour
without a scratch. It pulled three dis
abled cars out of ditches, helped others
in esse or tirs trouoies ana actea tne
Good Samaritan generally. ,
A strenuous campslgn Is plsnned by
the Automobile Club of Philadelphia
to secure the cooperation of all motor-
lata within and without ths club to
bring a strict observance of the auto
mobile speed laws of Pennsylvania,
i e . e
Offlclala of the Automobile Club of
California, San Francisco's organisa
tion, are DreDarlns a set of road msDS
of the central portion of their atstc,
and will post direction and danger sign
along the roads Included In the maps. .
A favorite costume for motoring
worn by Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, the
president's daughter. Is a tan coat, of
English make and close fitting, with a
black hat the sides belns drawn to-
J ether by a flaring yell of pale laven
At less cost than the interest on the
amount many motorists think neces
sary to carry with them as caah ball in
case of trouble a surety company has
arranged to furnish bonds good in 1$
states and tha District of Columbia,
Motorists who wonder why their cars
eat up more gasoline on some occasions
thsn at other- times should remember
that. lt Is. a combination of gaaollne
and air that supplies the motive pow ir
and sea that their carburettor admits
- e e
T. Frank Hlckey, a new selectman of
Shrewsbury, Man., known as tha mil
lionaires' town, has been trying the ex
periment of putting up politely-worded
rather than mandatory speed warnings.
His plsn has proved a distinct success.
BEIi HENDERSON MAY
60 IQ BOSTON TEAM
Sweeney Says National Com
mission Has Decided
- Against Blacklist.
(Joarail Spsdal Service,!
Stockton, , Aug. 10. Ben Henderson,
ths local pltchsr, today received a letter
from Bill Sweeney, who was with Port
land a year ago. but was sold to-Chi
cago, which in turn traded him to the
Boston Nationals. 6weeney ssys Hen
derson's cass hss been taken up by the
National baseball commission, and It
waa decided that McCredie could not
blacklist the Pitcher.
Ben is st liberty to play where ha
f leaaes, and Fred Tenney of the Boston
asm wsnts him to report and finish
tha season, but In esse he does not do
thst he urges Henderson to glvs his
sssurance that he will play there next
season. Sweeney declares thst Ben can
hold his own with any of the pitchers
on the team, and ho wants him to coma
east at least next sesson.
In speaking of the matter Henderson
slated thst in sll probability he will
show up for spring practice with the
Hoaton team, and that later ha will take
OF Y.f.1. C A.
Season Will Open "With New
Corps of Instructors on
; September 16.
"Tha. last . year tha best . In the old
building." Such la the slogan adopted
by Physical Director .Orllley of tha T.
M. C A. and hla corps of efficient help
ers, known as ths leaders' club.
Mr. Orllley returned last week from
an extended summer vacation end ha
has already outlined his work for ths
coming fall and winter. Becsuse It is
the last year la the old building no new
apparatus will be bought, but the entire
gymnasium and athletlo quarters have
been thoroughly cleaned and renovated
In preparation for the opening, which
comes Monday, September 16.
All the special Instructors will ba
new this season. X. W. Laramore, who
succeeds Mr. Myers as boys' pnyslcal di
rector, will arrive from San Joae on
September 1. 'Oene West a member of
the club and a good boxer, will Instruct
the boxing claaa, whlla Harry Shawk,
who is with the Keats Auto company
of this city, will havs charge of tha
L. M. Myers will have charge of tha
men's swimming class and Clyde Spoon
er will preside on ladles' - days. Last
season waa a highly successful one In
the swimming department and it is ex
pected thst It will' be even better the
coming winter. It Is planned to pull off
numerous contests in ths water, to hold
water polo games, and probably soma
races with Multnomsh clubmen, v ; -
Cross country running will be one Of
the specialties and during ths fall a race
will be held over the Clay park route,
seven miles long. The ladies' club,
which consists of 20 volunteer leadera
of classes, will meet September 9 to
discuss the details of their work. The
leaders' club is ons of the biggest fac
tors In the success of sssoclatlon ath
letics. Tha members not only push the
work along In the winter, but they al
ways have something doing in tha sum
mer. It was the leaders club which
took 10 of the members on a "hike" to
the top of Mt Hood last month,
entire Company will
be on duty at fight
Everything Is now in resdlness for
ths mounted brosdsword contest be
tweenT Major Robert F. Retd and Carl
Nelsorrat Multnomah field next Monday
afternoon for the championship of the
world. The grounds havs been placed
In tha beat condition and Captain
Odftle, commanding company F, Third
regiment O. N. tha company under
whose suspices the event Is to be held,
will detail his entire company to Handle
Nelson and Reld are both confident
of winning and are trained to the min
ute. The former believes that his
youth and strength, combined with the
experience gained In many years of
sword fighting, will gstn him the decis
ion. Major Reld. however, saya ha does
not fear his opponent in the least and
does not believe that ha will suffer hla
tlrst defeat next Monaay.. -
Tt la estimated that probably 10.000
or more men on the railroad lines be
tween New York and Chicago have been
laid off or put on shorter hours since
January 1. because of the retrenchment
policy aaoptea ny tni roaas.
Irvington Club Adds Event
for Men Who Lost in ,
First Round. "
INCLUDES SOME OF THE
BEST IN TOURNAMENT
It Weather la Favorable, Women's
Competitions W1U. Begin Tomor
rowBellinger Defaults on Ac
count of Sickneaa. .
tni anathae event la to be put on
In tha fall tournament which la now
going on at tha Irvtngton Tennis club
courts. Tha added event will ba a con
eolations In tha men's handicap singles.
All players who wsre beaten in meir
first matches in tha regular handicap
will ba eligible gad, aa a number of the
most prominent players ware beaten in
the first round, the consolatlona should
attract nearly as much attention ss the
regular tourney. H. V. Andrews, J. F.
IliWIUl! Aa iWIII g'" -e- " " -
among th mort prominent experts who
Will Ie llKlUJta IWr HI" wi.ow.v...-.
m. V fcuAs AArtMnfrirM All
KTmJ v laaa " row . , , ,
the men's scratch snd handicap singles
sna in est vhm mrv r ub...,
m e I mil. on.i-naimAnt nAWAVar. Will
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. i i tu an) Af navr
noi oe niuaiieu iwiwi w .uj '
weex ana poMioiy noi
the drawings In the ladles sin le
aouoies sna mum ouuuwi w
tonisnt sna me isaivs tyu wu w
Dan BelUaffer Default. '
Dan Bellinger, one of . Irvington's
best players, wa compelled to default
all his matches yesterday on account of
, t in. X..iw la all thaw mnr
unfortunate because It Involves fcls rart-
. . . . v , 1 WIa..,.
ner in ino qouuivk. x,inuv
sham. Wlckeranam and, Bellinger are
tha state doubles champions snd their
work together Is slwaya ons of the
features of every tournament hereabout
The defaults so far have been few and
none have been reglatered against any
of ths better claaa of players except
Bellinger. . ,
Play In tha tournamint yesterday
was somewhat marred by a heavy wind
which swept tha courts and to this is
possibly due some of tha reversals of
form that occurred. One of the men
who loomed up strong yssterdsy was
DeHchwelmta. a new man. who played
I. Rohr on even terms and defeated blm
by a one-aided score. DeSchwetnlta put
up a faat driving game and ha stands
a strong chance of capturing the tourna
ment Another likely candidate for win
ning honors is Kenneth MeAlpin, who
defested W. K. Bcott In straight sets.
Young MeAlpin haa perhaps as pretty
a bunch of strokes ss any of the
younger racquet men in Portland. He
playa a strong gama and, with his handi
cap, will ba hard to beat
Tha results of yesterdaVa games fol-
Men's singles, club championship Me
Alpin beat Fisher, -l, -l;-Rohr beat
Bellinger by default.
rami m virci, m.,,uipk
Bchwelnlts. (owe li 1-1). beat Rohr
tows IS i-ll, s-z, s-i; nciuuin iuw
v . a ..... . M . , tLA
Humphrey, (owe l-)beat Cooklngham.
(scratch). 1-4. g-1: Warren (owe 1-1).
beat Chamberlain (owe 1-1). 1-4, 41,
- . . , l . . , , 1 1 W
Morsa best Bellinger by default.
Mens n-mucp uuuum. au.. ,
Alpln beat Bellinger and W.lckersham,
by default: Alexander and WarHner
peat uooaingnam ana v men y u.i.uiu
. Today's Rchadala.
4 p. m. Winch va Warriner: Oosa
vs. MeAlpin: Reynolds vs. UeSchwelnlts;
Humphrey vs. Snow; Btsrr vs. Benham.
5 p. m. Benhsm vs. Rohr' Ames vs.
Wilder; Morse vs. Goss; Ed (tar vs.
Bhlves; Wolf vs. Warren.
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usua tlms required. .
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Often the condition appearing, to ba
tha chief disorder Is only sTwwflss
ailment 'resultlng-from aomst other
disease. Weakness sometlsass comes
from varicocele or stricture akin
and bone diseases result from blood
poison taint, and phyalcal and-mental
decline follow long-standing func
tional disorder. My long experience
In treating men enables "me to de
termine the enact conditions that
exist snd to treat accordingly, thus
removing svery damaging causa and
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DOCTORS THAT CAN CURE MEN
, In aelecting a physician or specialist, when In need of one, soma
Consideration and thought should ba given to the quallflcationa, experi
ence and length of time an institute or medical man has been located '
In tha city. It stands to reaaon that an institution thst hss stood the
test of time snd numbers Its cures by, tha thoussnds Is far superior to
mushroom Institutions that spring up In a night, lsst a fsw months snd
are gone. We have bean curing men 17 years and ars the oldest special
ists curing men In Portland. . . ,
Wa Invite those who have deep-seated and chronle disorders to call
and be examined. Consultation aad examination la free, sad oarrlss with
it no obligation to engage our servloes.
Oar eflloes ars equipped with the most modern and sclentlflo mechan
ical devlcee for tha treatment of chronlo dlaeaaea Our charges sre rea
sonable and In reach of any worklngman. To the weak, rundown and .
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HOW CAN YOU EXPECT TO BE CURDT This Institution has built
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PERFECTLY SATISFIED PATIENTS, who have received the benefit
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If you ars not a perfect msn come to usv, tjsn't It worth tha llttls time
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7 Tears' Experience
WS Will Treat Any Single Tnoojapll.
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We cur safely and promptly WEAKNESS, IX58T MANHOOD, SPER
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