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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, ' PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0, 1007.
JiSPQRTS- OF: THE 'DAYl j
Giie Demoralizing Exhibi
tion of Horsehide Vaude-
Tille at Athletic Park.
BOTH GAMES GO TO "
! - MEN FEOM OAKLAND
Beaver Have) Boor Fire to One ta
First Section, But, aa Usual, Fall
-, - Down Juat Enough to Allow Op
; ponente to Beat Them. ' .
Oakland 1-4. Portland t-O.
hot Angeles i-0, San Jtanetaoo 1-t.
BTANDINO OF THB CLUB 8.
' Woi Lst PC
Lea Angeles...... 10
6n iraaciaoo.... 10
aa : 174
U .- .!
!.' It I . .166
, e Saaae .. rakUN of 1fce ?tts
. e , Oeme a AUOetls Vara T ,
- e s . - ' wr4ar. . -
' Four high tiles ar dropped la
""the outfield. , " - e
-.s aUevea, .errors, Jaatae. Innlpya.
- Hoe-en gsta credit (or a two- e
bagger oa a pop fly which
' dropped several (oat short of tbe
e pitcher. . '-,:' ' .
Ne Two players ate ehaaed to the
4 clubhouse: one la fined. ;
. e ' : Game Xaata two and one half
.' '"houra. - . f J .
The first section at yesterday's
double header between Oakland and
Portland waa the slowest and poorest
exhibition . of the national sport seen
this season oa the local league grounds.
barrtn none Trinity. Newspaper or
Grammar league games.
Push ball would hare been a better
name (or It, tor the players oa both
idea cuahad the horsehide with the tips
rof their fingers and butted It with their
anoumers nearly as onen as amj
grabbed It and held It. or tossed It ac
curately to a given spot " -
The 11 errors chalked op by the of
: ficlal scorer do not tell halt the story
of the mlscues made during that two
'and one halt hours ot cheap horsehide
vaudeville. , '
; loot Vaofnolal Hrrore. -
When Jimmy Byrnes, the new. Beaver
' eatober with the 'Frlaeo face, daahed
out along the right foul line and met
Charley Horse A inert on "face to face
and Old the "After you, mr; dear-Al-pbonse'
act with him while tha soaring
ball- dropped to-ther ground between
them with a thud, nobody waa credited
with bb error, . -
And when Edward Klneella assumed
' an attitude ot majestic repose to watch
the antics of a PP ball far above him,
while Byrnes danced about on hi a
slender lege and let the ephere drop
through the knot hole In hie extended
- arms wall, all that the official sheet
says about that play Is that "Hap"
Hogaa got a two-bagger la the fifth to
ning. Then when Halley let a grounder hit
him la the brejuit and threw itwlld
after he finally got It la his grip, and
When Burdette dropped a high fly far
out toward the score board neither
time waa aa error chalked against the
McCredle. ' Double plays Hotran ' to I ' 1 I I 1 '
BagwntoJ-Blgffe: BTluee nnartefe),-fw " 'iniiiiiiwulmii Amiaumjujim mTiwi j
acrlrloe hit Burdetta. Stolen baaea I . . 1 IV .
Siicnea aj uroom, ; Djr Kinaeua, a. I k , i tl ' - rj
aae hlta Off Oroom. i: off Klna11a I Jit -.- - . I
ot that the official scorer waa dere
lict These Instanoes are only a - few
of thoee which may no cited to snow
that the 11 errors on the tally sheet do
- act tell bait tha story of that two and
ens half hours of ball (oosllng.
Wot AM Are Black Bheep.
' Oh ao. everybody did not play badly.
There was Mott. and Donahue after
he went In to take Atherton's place at
first. Booby honors were about evenly
divided between the two teams. Each
of the visitors' outfielders Dropped an
. easy fly. while the star monkeys for
- Portland were Byrnes and Fay.
The locals ought to have had the
first rim several times over. They
had five to one In the third Inning.
Bobby Oroom walked three men In line
' In the third and was hit hard In the
- fourth. He waa put out by Derrick In
. the fifth and replaced by Klneella, but
- fiva runs ware made in that Inning, put
ting the Oaks in the lead. During the
laat tnree innings aunaaua pitcneu good
ball, but a cold arm. bad luck and bad
- support put him to tba bed la he fifth
'and sixth. '
Derrick Vat Them Oaa
'' Derrick pat Oroom out for kicking
on decisions. In the eighth he put out
, Dashwood for a similar offenae and
a taxed hiro tlO for talking back after he
fea-had been ordered away. Dashwood was
Tbeow in leaving the field and Derrick
fave him 10 second a to get off. When
he umpire had counted up to eight
Dashwood loot his nerve and fled on a
run for the bleachers. He might ae
well have stayed and fought It would
. : . have oost him only 2e. Rum ember
The second game was only five in
nings long. It was dull and one-sided,
ths feature being Harry Ooodwln, Van
Haltren's new pitcher from the North
" weet league, who allowed but two
. scratch hlta
Tba Commuters will ' stay another
"i . week, starting the second series tomor
, row afternoon st the usual stand.
-" rtrst Oaaae. ; '-.,-,. v
AB. R. H. PO. A, E.
McCredle. Double ' plays Hotran - to
BagwntoTHgffe: Btiues fanasetatad)
Sacrifice hit Burdetta. Stolen baaee
Van Haltren, Devereaux, McCredle, Fay,
muit, vaaey. xut oy pucnaa oaii tiur
dette, Donahue. First base on errors
Oakland, I; Portland, 4.' lft on bases
Oakland, 8; Portland, 10. Innings
ncnea aj uroom, ; Djr Kinaeua, .
taae hlta Off Oroom. t: off Kinll
. Rune Off Oroom. I; off Klneella,
I. Time of same Two houra ud id
minutes, umpire Mr. perricx.
. , Seoend Oajaa. r ,
' -'. " " OAKLAND.
Smith, If 10 1 0 0 0
riaiey, zd ........v.. I
Van Halt ran, of......
Eagan. as I
Heltmuller, rf ...... 1
S 5 1
0 t : 4
0 O S
...........11 i-l II ll-l
AR R- W. Pfl A. Wi
Cassy, lb ........... I o 101 i
jtfuraetie, cr 1 - o . 1 . I 1
Baaaey. If 1
Donahue, lb ......... 0
McCredle, rf ........ 1
Fay, ss ........... ,i t
Mott. lb ............ I
Byrnes, o I
Pernoli. p t
0 0 0
I : :
1 t o
Total .............14 0 t 1
. BCORB BT INNINGS. ' -
Oakland .................... 0 I 1M
.Hits 0 ill t t
Portland .,,!,,., .0 0 M M
; mtM .0 f 1.0 0 I
: .,' SUM MART. '-.
Struck out Br Goodwin. 1; bv Per
noli. I. Baaee on balls Off flood win
1; off Pernoli,-. Two-base hlta
Eaan. Heltmuller. Ka.ortfi-e hlta Ma.
Credie, Burdette. Stolen bases Haley,
Blgbee. Hit by pitched ball Baaaey.
Devereaux. Passed ball Byrnes. First
base on errors Portland, 1. Left on
bases Portland, Oakland . Time of
game One hour and 10 minutes, , Um
vmitn, iz ...,......
Halsy. Ib ...i..
' Van Haltren, cf
Eagan.se ,.. ,
. Heltmuller, rf
'. Blgbee. lb ..
, Hogaa, p
BUss, a ...,.....
11 1 0
I 11 17 It I
. - " AR. R. M Pfl JL. .
Casey: tb ........... 4 0 0 1 1 1
Burdette, cf ......... t 1 10 0 1
Baaaey. If ....,... 4 110 0 0
Atherton, rf 1 Si
1 T - 1 - t
u itnmm. p ........... w a w
- Klneella, p i.k.,ir -. -
Donahue, lb , t 0 1 0 0
Vfotal ........ .....10 t il IT 14 0
.. SCORH BT INNINOS.
1 V s
' Mrrredle. rf
Kay, ss .......... 4'
Mott lb ,
Byrnes, d ........... I'
Charge defeat to Klnaella..
. ' . ,. SUMMARY.
Struck out By Oroom, : by Klneella.
1; by Horon. . Baaee en balls Off
Oroom, 4; off Klnaella, 1;. off Hogan. I.
Two-beae bits Oroom, Smith, Bur
detta, Bassey, Hogan. . Three-base hit
FAMOUS SHOTS WILL
COMPETE AT SPOKANE
(SneelU Dwpetefe te The leematT "
Snokane. 'Wash. Sent t. O. N. Ford.
stats champion trapshot of lows. Is In
opoxane, one ox me rirst or tne ooun
try's best experts at blue rocks to reach
the cltv In wait in a- for the Orand Pa.
clflo coast handicap tournament to be
held from September . 10 to II. Mr.
Ford was one of a party of 17, all of
whom will be here today.
"Uncle Jim" Forkener ot Joplln. Mis
souri. Is one of the men prominently
mentioned by Mr. Ford. He Is 01 years
of sge, but bs scored twa t(s In ths big
handicap events at Denver laat month.
A special shoot between Forkener and
"Pa" Beck, the Spokane patriarch of
the trapahooing fraternity, may be
arranged. Mr. Beck Is about the same
age. and la the early 10s was the coun
try" a best He captured two Orand Amer
Mr Ford alap announces that "Chan"
Powers, whom hs describee as the
greatest living shot In ths world to
day; Charlee Plank. 'Bill- Crosby, who
holds ths world's record of 410 straight;
Harry Taylor and Riley Thompson are
coming. In addition to Marshall, Gott
lieb, Boa, Gilbert Holohan, Forkener
and Ford, already mentioned.
; KORTHWEST LBAffCB.
: , Won. Lost. P.CL
Aberdeen .i...TI 41 .3I
Taooma 71 II .181
Seattle ..IT 60 .Hi
Butte II M .100
Spokane I 01 .481
anoouver- if , i .141
. At Aberdeen Aberdeen. 10: Seattle, 0.
At Spokane Spokane, 11-1; Vancou
ver, 1-4. , !-
.Frank Chance, Manager of tha Terrible) Cubi, and a Few Sketches Da
. . . plctlng the nard Luck of the Olanta.
INLAND EMPIRE TO BE STOCKED
WITH HUNGARIAN PHEASANTS
(Special SUpatch to The Joernal.)
Spokane, Sept t. The announcement
made that 410 pairs of Hungarian pheas
ants had been secured for propagation
la the Spokane country has excited con
siderable Interest among sportsmen who
have never seen the bird, but who have
heard ot it as a fine gams fowl. Ths
450 pairs will ba scattered, according
to Game Warden tThllg, In dosen or
more sections of the country and o po
ke ae count. They will be divided In
bunches ot --Mpalraaaehy-- Ths - birds
cost 14.10 a pair. i-
- The Hungarian pheasant la a bird a
little larger than the common boh
white .quail and a little smaller than
the native pheasant -or ruffled grouse.
In Its game qualities It embodies many
Of tne characteristics or tne quau.
The bird has been Imported in large
Suantltles in England and the United
tatss from Hungarla. One firm slone
imported 11,000 pairs to tns unitea
States luirt veer It stands ths rlxor-
ous climste admirably, coming from the
mountainous cumaie or nuniar;, ua
is WelT adapted ' to the " Spokane oohn
try. . . , . .
its habits are similar to the bob
white quail. ' It Is a prolific breeder
end la a fine game btrd for dog bunt
' The Harrington Qua club last year
turned loose lour pairs and they have
been stocked In different sections of
Oregon during ths past year. No report
has ever been received from the pro
pagation at Harrington, as the birds
have scsttered too widely. '
T. B. Ware of Spokane haa also writ
ten to an eastern ornltholoslst for ad-
l-vee concerning the Importing of pin-
nairu iuu .a, it iq. wtfli.rn prairie
chicken. Mr.. Ware has learned that
this species will be much better adapt
ed to this country than the native
grouss which Is a smaller bird and does
not stand civilisation so Well. The
summer-fallow kills off this species.
Tbs pinnated grouse Is a splendid
game bird. like the quail In Its habits.
When flushed, the flock rises togsther
snd not by twos and threes, so .that
the pothunter gets but one or two
shots at most Into the block. Instead of
seven or eight -
; BOX AT SPOKANE
K via lr Sanaa Tc.ah Rent . The 8. A. A.
CL has turned down the proposition, of
the fnrmer nhvalcal director of ths Chi
cago Athletic club. Mlxe Butler, to put
on at the . club during the win
ter a series of six-round ooxing corneals
by such man aa Cane, Biitt and Nelson.
The directors realised that It would be
t paying proposition, out tney preierrva
a Mm.l. etrlntlv amateur. The club
bas asksd Butler to tske charge of sn
amateur boxing tournament and bring
here amateurs from the east and west
for bouts during the coming winter.
COAST LEAGUE NOTES. ,
Cleveland .......... ...71
New York '
Boaton ............... .10 v
St. Louts .........11
Won. Lost. P. C
At Chicago -Detroit 10: Chieaa-o. I.
At St Louis 6L Louis, 1-1; Cleve
New York !!
Philadelphia ........ ...07
Brooklyn .....u .....10
Boston ............... .41
St Louis 40
Won. Lost P C
.v "'- ::Z L.Teaterday's Scoree.
At Chlcaao Chicago, l-l; Pittsburg.
A t" 8 1 " Louis -Cincinnati, ' St,
Blame Laid to Umpire.
Seaside. .Or.. Sept 1 Tha Sylvan
team was treated, toaay io ma worai
umpiring it ever encountered, but man
ased to win out notwltbatandlng the
many adverse decision Seaside wss
entirely outplayed, la spite of the
score. . JtfJK.
Sylvan 0 0 4 0 9 1 f 11 1 4
SeaaMe ....OOliOtll 0 10 10 I
Hattrla Rrewar. Hard and Itardv
for Brlvan; Meed. Laaahart and Mo
Carsksy for geasids.-
"Kids' day" Is highly popular both in
Los Angeles and San Franclaca. Once
more what's the matter with having
kids day In Portland ones In a while?
Portland can eurely afford It It has
the biggest crowds aa well as the cheap
eat team la the league. .
... . ...... . . e a r
The Baa Francisco club is still gath
ering new players. Their latest Is Jack
Sibley, a promising amateur twlrlar
from Nsw Tork City.
. i " e e ,
Jtud Smith's broksa collar-bone will
keen am out of the game for the rest
of ths season.. , " ?
Carl Moore. Portland's change catoher.
had to have his broken finger amputat
ed, Moore haa gone back" to Missouri
to teach school hs may not oe seen
with the Beavers again. Jimmy Byrnes
has agreed to help out McCredle for the
remainder of toe season, and If he likes
tha eomDsnv and ths company likes him
he may sign up for next year. Both
Long and Berry wish they bad Byrnes
right now. , . .
Han Berry has traded hla ahortstap.
Bert Deimae, to Boston, . .
e e , .'
Mike Fisher will give the Bex City
fsns a chance to ee what kind of a
team he Intends to take to Honolulu st
ths snd of the present, seaaon, for hs
has arranged for hie aggregation to
play another picked team at the ball
grounds on November 0 and 10. which
Is one week after the close ef the prea
snt season. - .. .
' - It has leaked out that Sweeney Is the
plsysr Hank Berry expects Boston to
send him in exchange for Delmaa, who
has been sold. Sweeney belongslq the
Boatun National club, while Delmaa
goes to ths Boston Americans, ana it
Is possible that ths club that Berry la
doing bualneee with will not be able to
deliver eweeney, ana in mm evem uom
Angeles bsnks on holding Bert another
seaaon. Thle Is ths same Sweeney that
played with Portland. This year he has
had little chance to show his band, Chi
cago) drafted him, and then turned him
over te Beaton, which has used him In
both ths Infield end outfield, riayers
seldom do well when shifted shout a
great deaL' and the reaaon Is obvious,
weeney played tine ball for Portland
laat year, but he never showed to any
better advantage than Delmaa haa In
thia eerlea. . f
Evea Break at Bay Cftjr.
Ban Francisco,. Sept . Los Anreles
ahd ssn rrancisw broke---aveti-ystsr-day.
Scores: , ,
Morning game ...... ' R.H.E.
Los Angeles.. 0 0 0 1 f f I 4 11 1
San KrancleooO 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 I
Patterlea Burns and Eager; Joy and
Afternoon game 1 R.H.10.
ta Angeles.. 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 ft 0 1 1
San Francisco I 0 0 0 0 114 8 II 0
Katleiies rtaaaoipn ana uogani
Jonea and Street -
- AT HTEESTATE FAIR
Spokane, Wash, Sept I It Is e
pec ted that at least 100 horses now at
the Meadows will participate ia the
11-day rase meet at Spokane, la connec
tion with the Interstate fair, opening
on September It and closing October i.
Fred W. Mulholland, at present aaao
clats Judge at The Meadows, will bs
? residing Judge at Spokane, and one ot
he associates will likely be Robert H.
Lelghton. who holds a similar capacity
at The Meadows. The stake list closed
Purses to the value ef 111.000 have
been hung oat for the meet, and' there
will be no raeea having; a value less
than. 1150. - - r
Bid LEAGUE NOTES. ' v
Playing extra Innings until late' in the
afternoon doesn't bother Johnny Knight
of the Boston Americana. Knight Is la
his element after dark.
e e ...
Joe MoGlnnlty of the Olanta la not
the "Iron man" of old. But perhaps the
Iron ie only a little rusty and Jo will
be able ta polish up a bit by next aea
0B- . .
President Johnson of the Amerloaa
league bas signed Umpire Ollle Chill, a
former pugilist for next season. Whst
will happen when that warm bunch of
numamty. ronaeco suor jbioeneta, runs
against a ChlUt m ,
The Boston Americana have enough
men under contract for next seaaon to
form five teams of 19 men each. Mana
ger Jim, McOulre will have to start
training about Christmas la order to
try them sJl out . .
Mike Kahoe. who bad be run ta think
he would never get away from Indian
spoils, bss Joined the "Duma" In Wash
ington. Some ballplayers are bora un
lucky. ' .... . f .,
Secretary Navln of Detroit says de
sirable men cannot be bad la the little
league. How about T. Cobb, the best
Tiger la ths bunch.
. ' , e
Who Is the fastest ballplayer in the
country? Ths question may be settled
next fall at Oarry Hermann's competi
tion In Cincinnati, and It may not In New
York Dann" Hoffman and Oeorrej
Browne nave tneir aonerents. in
Brooklyn It Is nobody but Billy Maloney,
saya the New York World Fielder
Jones ef- the world's champions main
tains that pat iougnerty ia tne fastest
man la tba big leagues.
WEEK'S1 CALENDAR OF SPORTS.
Mead ay. ',-''.
Joe Oans v. Jimmy Britt, 10 rounds,
at San Francisco,
Opening Indiana state tennis sham
plonahln at Indianapolis.'
Opening of Grand Circuit race meet
ing st Syras-'ss, New York.
Opening of Great Weatera Circuit
race meeting at Milwaukee.
Pacific coast handicap shooting tear.
aament opens at Spokane. .
Dick Hyland va Tommy Murnhy. six
rounds, at Philadelphia, Psnnsylvanla.
National assembly. League of Ameri
can Wheelmen, at' Boetnn.
Amherst-Bowdoln football gamo at
Opening ef horae snow at Norfolk,
Canadian A. A. Tj. track and field
ehamplnnahlpe at Toronto. f
. Opening ot seven (lays' raoe meeting
at Lex Las ton. Kentucky. j
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Five More Davs Left in Which to Secure a $15 Osborn Mandolin Free
-There will not be one instrument given away after Sept 14, at 5 p.m.
This ia an opportunity ot a lifetime to bnild the foundation for a musical education, by starting on the
right instrument, the mandolin. WE ARB GOING TO GIVE AWAY A FEW MORE OF THESE
17-RIB. SOLID ROSEWOOD OSBORN MANDOLINS ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE TO
PUPILS TAKING OUT TUITION WITH . ; .' ;
The Osborn Conservatory of Music
Remember, our absolute guarantee goes with this course of lessons.
2 and 50 cents a week until you have paid $20. WE GUARANTEE TO
i GIVE YOU 40 LESSONS or more. : If you do not thoroughly under
stand the mandolin at the end of 40 lessons, WS WILL GIVE YOU
LESSONS UNTIL YOU DO, without extra charge. There ia no
limit; and OUR FINANCIAL STAND IN Q and past reputation is a
GUARANTEE that every word we 'say is true. You get the benefit
of instruction that would cost you from $2 to $5 a lesson, were yott
taking private lessons. We got our education in public school in
classes. HAVE WE HAD EXPERIENCE? Stop and figure. We
HAVE GIVEN an average of 4S lessons each to SS,750 pupils ia the
past seven years. Or in other words, about 2(508,750 mandolin les
sons in class. We feel as though we had profited a great deal with that
experience in our different conservatories. The fact that we are steadily
increasing in our business is the best proof. On July 31, 1900, we had
e,00O pupils , total enrollment On July 31, 1907, 55,T50 was the
total enrollment The music stores and tha conservatories are still
figuring out HOW IT ALL happens. How IS IT possible for the
Osborn Conservatory to give away these high-grade mandolins with a
course of lessons? One of the other conservatories advertised in the
paper claiming it was the best proof of their success that they had a
total enrollment of 175 pupils. Does it surprise you when we tell you
that our total enrollment on last Saturday night, the' 7th, was 1.500
pupils on the mandolin ALONE in the city of Portland?- A. word In
explanation of how we can do this. We STARTED, like many others,
ia a small way, but our policy was to give everything possible to our
pupils, and still leave ourselves a small margin of profit Our business
has been conducted on a cash basis. That is, on everything we pur.
chase we discount our bills. If it is a 1 per cent discount we take it.
and if we were offered $50,000 worth of goods tomorrow and could save
1 per cent or 2 per cent on that quantity of goods we would buy thdrn. We have alwsys believed that the
'greatest advertisement for our concern was pleased customers. ' Not only that, but we psy the hightit
salaries to .our employes of any concern in Portland, or any city in which' we operate, considering the
class of work they do. SHOULD ONE OF OUR SOLICITORS CALL UPON YOU, TAKE AD
VANTAGE OF THIS OFFER WHILE YOU MAY. V HE WILL NOT CALL A SECOND TV'.Z.
Tbere will be nc goods 'ptaced out at the conservatory. However, you "can send us your name sn 1
address and the solicitor will call upon you, providing that district is not already -'. 1 t ? with t' -
number of instruments that we mtend to place there. After Saturday, the 14th, at 5 . p. n , - r-n '
will be on sale at $15, and the course of lessons at $20. Classes from 2 30 un'A 9 .,'') r ' 1
CONFUSEjrHEOSBORN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC wi?'. gfy rf I'-
are disposing of a cheap "grade bfgb6J. Our tranches are pern t i i : -
Te Arc PcrmnncnllY Lc:z!::1r.t'ih
Morrison and Grand :