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TIfE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. TUESDAY EVENINO, MAY ; 30. 1811.
Ring : Trade
Rival Polo Captains in International; MatcHes v
Mundorff Stars In Game In
.Which Portland fs Badly: V
Little Britisher Says He's Not
Benefit Smoker j Will : Bring ,
Classy performers Togeth,-
v. ; er at Vcreln Hall. H ;
Local Enthusiasts, Taking
Advantage of Sunshine,
t . Make Good Scores.
Worrying Over ; July 4th
r - Battle.
IIJ(G NEWS j
1 TAB SLATHERS OWEN IRAN DOES TURNER ATIILEIES
, ' BASH COAT NOT FEAR VOLGAST TO SHOW TONIGHT
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- Yesterday being Ideal tennla weather,
the Xrvlngton courts were In use nearly
,m all of the time by local enthuKiaata. Tha
grounds were" In irxd condition and gave
tha players a chanca to make soma rood
Th scores are aa follows:
Men's double Smith and Walteman
. Lewie and Lewis. Won by Smith
and Walteman. Scores, 0-1. 2-0, .
Smith and Smith vs. SUrr and Jordan.
Won Vy Smith and Smith. Scores, 4-1,
. t-t. S-, -l '
a Men's finales Vanlnan won over
; Lewis. Score, !. S-T. -4.
Ladles' singles Mrs. Judge won over
Misa Gambell. Score, -I, -4. Mrs.
Pease won over Miss 8chaefer. Score,
. -0. 0-X.
Ladles doubles Mrs. Pease and Mrs,
i Stmond vs. Mrs. Pox and Miss Qoff.
Won by Mrs. Pease and Mrs. Slmond.
-.- Score. 0-1. 4-1. -!.
' Miss gchaefer and Mlas Leadbetter vs.
Miss E. McBrlde and Mlas A. McBrlde.
Miss Schsefer and Mlas Leadbetter won
Mlied doubles Mrs. Judge and Mitch
el vs. .Mlas Pox and Starr, las Pox and
6tarr won. 8oore. S-S. -. Mlsa
Bchaefer and Edjr va. Mlas Campbell
and liumphreya. . Won by Miss Bchaefer
and Edrar. Score, l-t, i-i. t-t.
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University Boys and Club Nine
to. Meet This Afternoon
. . . In Test of Strength.
' The' Multnomah Amateur Athletlo
club baseball team plays the University
of California today on Multnomah field.
While the Calif ornlans have a long
list of victories hung to their belts, the
Multnomah players are confident of
victory. ' ;
' A temporary grandstand has been
erected ta seat the rcowd. De Nesae is
to be In the box for tha clubmen. .
BERRY FAILS TO GET
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(8elal 'Pteatcfe te The Jouraal l
Tacoma. May 10. Taooma blanked
the Portland club yeaterday In tha first
game of the season between this pair,
to 0. The absenca or Mtnaor, wno
was suspended yenteraay xor a apen
until President Llndaey tsn Investigate
the fight between him and Householder
Sunday, and also that of Manager Wll
Hams, who was thrown out of the gams
for protesting a decision, weakened the
Mundorff was the bright particular
star, with three blngles and soms clanay
work In the Infield.
Eastley was touched up for nine hits,
while Annis held the visitors to sven
binaries. One vof Tacoma's runs was
due to a home run by Abbott Score
AB. R. H. PO. A.B
Mundorff. as 4 0 S 0
Casey. 2b , 4
Willlama. lb 1
Harris, lb t
Rpeas, If t
Miller, cf 4
0 7 14 II 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
4 1 2 I t
4 0 0 11
tb I 0 3 1 I
4 0 13 4
113 4 0
S 1 1 6 0
1 0 0 10 0
I 0 T 3
A polo game in progress and the captains of the rival teams that are to compete for th international chaK '
lenfcc cup In three matches. May 31, June 3. and June 7. At the top on the left Is Harry Pkne Whit
ney, multi-millionaire captain of the American defenders of the International polo trophy. On the right
1b Captain Hardress Lloyd, who will pilot the British polo team In the International eup matches. At
the bottom is an action phoUgraph of a polo game showing Eng'.lsh and American players in hot pur
suit ft the ball. Polo Is said to be the fastest and most strenuous game In the category of sport.
(United Prm Lxwrd Wire.
. fit Loula, Mo., May SO. Henry Berry,
president of the Los Angeles baseball
club, here to strengthen his pitohlng
, staff, will leave for home tomorrow.
! Following a conference with Clarke
Griffith of the Cincinnati Reda, and
,Bresnahan of St Loula, Berry i
inouncea that he had failed to secure
-any twirling material. " '
STANDING OF TilE TEAMS
Pacific. Coast League.
Won. Lost Pc.
Portland 31 23 .674
Oakland 82 3 .625
San Francisco SI 28 .625
Vernon .... 30 28 . .617
Sacramento . . , ; . . -i . . .2 - 29 - - 473
iLoa Angeles 23 SO . .390
' Northwestern League.
' ' Won. Lost Pc.
iftpokane 20 12 .684
Vancouver 21 . 10 .699
Tacoma 23 17 -.6(4
Portland 18 18 .600
Seattle .............. 16 22 .405
. .Victoria- 9 28 .243
-. ,. National League.
- . '.'i . Won. Lost Pc.
Chicago 23 13 .639
'j New York 23 14 .622
Philadelphia 24 16 , .615
.Pittsburg 21 17 .668
Cincinnati 16 17 .485
St Louis ,16 ' 17 .486
Brooklyn . .... 14 24 .168
'Boston 10 ,2 .266
Won. Lost Pc.
iPetroH ,... 80 10 .760
Philadelphia ....21 1 .668
Boston 20 17 .641
1 Chicago 18 16 .629
. ew York ........... 18 , 18 .600
.Cleveland 18 22 .460
.Washington 13 24 .351
' St Louis 12 27 .808
Hempstead. L. I., May SO. A sporting
event second only to the International
Yacht races In International interest
will take place tomorrow when tha An
erican polo team and their English riv
als enter the field of the exclusive
Meadow Brook club for the first three
matches. May 31, June S and Jane. 7,
that will decide the possession of the In.
ternattonal Challenge Cup, a trophy now
In the possession of America for the
first time in 23 years.
The English team. Captain P. W. Bar
ret Captain Leslie Cbeape, Lieutenant
E. W. K. Palms and Captain Hardress
Lloyd, Is the flower of the English army
pololsts, picked up by order of the king,
dined at the royal palace and sped on
its way with the well wishes of all
England a country which Is not only
the home of modern polo, but also the
abode of some of the best players In
the world. So great In fact la the In
terest, of King George In the coming
matches that he has arranged for a dl
direct wire from the Meadow Brook
grounds to Buckingham palace that he
may be kept advised of every move of
.the JEnglleh " playeja, many of whom
have played with him whea he was In
command of the British army In India.
Every stroke of the polo mallet in the
Hempstead field will reecho throughout
Polo Zs Zfew Stare.
It cannot be said that-tha coming
match is creating a Ilka excitement on
this side of the water, where polo Is
not only comparatively new but a game
whose expenalveness has never made It
one popular with the masses. Great
credit however, belongs to the coterie
of wealthy men, who, year after year,
at great expense Journeyed to England
with their strings or poio ponies la a
vain endeavor to take from Grea Brit
ain the international cup. These years
of hopeless effort were at last crowned
with success at Hurllngton In 1909
. ; Seattle Wins ph . Homer.
Seattle, Wash., May 30. Davidson
knocked a home run in the eighth In
r nlng - and scored Leard and himself,
- thereby savings the game for Seattle,
If to 2. Score by Innings:
f - R. H.E.
Seattle 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 4 4
Victoria ...0 0 0,0 0 2 0 0 02 6 2
Batteries Zackert and Spencer; Mc-
Creary and Sptesman.
when. the Englishmen were beaten by a
team composed of Larry Waterbury,
Monte Waterbury. Harry Payne Whit
ney and D. Mllbarn, the same men who
will battle In defense of the cup to
The rules under which the Interna-
tlonal Polo match la played provide for
three games under the rules prevailing
in the country where the match takes
plaoe and, as there Is a slight difference
in the rules governing polo games In
England and in America, It was thought
wise by the Hurllngton polo committee
and King George, who actively interest
ed himself In the selection of players,
to send the English team over here some
weeks In advance of tha matches that
they might familiarise themselves with
the game as played in this country, and
with those who are to be their oppon
ents. Practice play has now been go
ing on for weeks and has given the ex
perts ample opportunity to size up the
opposing teams. Many changea have
been made on the English team, and the
one now at Hempatead preparing for
the international meet tomorrow con
tains but one member of the pole team
that lost the challenge cup to the Am
erican Invaders in 1909. That team was
convposed of three civilians and one sol
dier. Tha one in America, today la re
cruited wholly from the ranks of Eng
lish army pololsts, and Is of much high
er calibre than the team that lost the
cup two years ago.
Captain Hardress Lloyd, who has
charge of the English team and will
play back In tKe matches, la a poloiat of
world-wide repute. Since a boy he has
lived In. the saddle, and an ample in
come has made it possible for him to
devote his time and money to the selec
tion and training of polo ponies of
which he owns a string conceded by all
to embody some of the best horse flesh
in the polo world. Captain Leslie Cheape,
first King's Dragoons, who plays number
one is considered one of the greatest
polo players In 'England. He has taken
an active part In polo matches both in
ternational and local, for years, and la
a player or the first water. Captain F.
W. Barret number two, and Lieutenant
E. W. E. Palms, number three, are two
great players and men capable of filling
any position with dash and skill.
The. American polo players have
proved their worth on many polo fields
both In the united States and England
The Waterbury boys, Monte and Larry.
are known throughout the country
daring and expert players and Harry
Payne Whitney la famous both In this
country and abroad, for owning- soma of
tha finest polo ponies In the world, while
Dave Mllburn, the Gibraltar of tha Am
erican team. Is conceded even by the
visitors to be the greatest back ever
seen on the polo team. In fact bril
liant aa the others are, it la to Mllbarn
Bsssey. If . .
Morse, as . .
Abbott, rf ,
Lynch, cf . .
Burn a, cf . .
Fisher, lb ..
Annis, p ...
Totals 19 4 17 13
SCORE BY INNINGS:
Portland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tacoma 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1
Summary: Stolen baaes Bassey,
Burns, Mundorff, Stovall. Sacrifice
hits Abbott. Fisher. Home run Ab
bott. Double plays Stovall to Bradley.
Htruck out by Annis 6, by Eastley, 3.
Bases on balls Off Annis, 1: off East
ley. 1. Hit by pitched ball Rocken
fleld by Eaatley, Stovall by Annie, wild
pitch Annis. Passed ball Bradley.
Time of game 1:46. Umpire Baum-garten.
CHICAGO WOULD GIVE .
$15,000 FOR SOUTHPAW
San Pranelso, May 10. --'Bursts' of
laugha by Prankle Burns here .today
greeted a story that he had died from
tha effecta of tha beating ha received
Saturday from Champion Wolgas,
"Hurt? Not much." said Bums. "I'm
marked up a little, that's all. TU U
around la a day or two none tha worse.
Then It's ma to tha roeuntalnsfor a
whi.e, after which I will goVeest and
see what I can do. I will yet show
the class to bring home tha champion-
ship, i guess I lacked experience.
Owen Moran, tha Brltlaher, who Is
to meet Wolgast here July 4, will leave
fpr Tahoe In a few days to beg la pre
liminary work. Ha will train at San
peaplte tha beating Burna received
at Wolgast'a hands, 'Moran Js not wor
"What did you think ot the flghtT"
he was asked.
"O blT me, net much. But Burns ta
a glme boy. Ot think I'll be all right
when I meet Wolgast. Ol ra not worry
Devon Hone Show Opens.
- iSmm-U1 TlMtrh te The Joaravl.)
Philadelphia. May SO Society turned
out In force today at tha opening af the
second annual exhibition of the Devon
Horae Show association. Tha list of
entries this year includes Si classes.
and la tha most varied Hat ever offered
horae breeders In Pennaylvanla. Par
ticular attention haa been paid to tha
hunting and lumping elasses. The
show will continue until Friday.
Horses aleep but about three er four
hours out of tha 34.
' Thar will be big doings tonight at
tha Turn Verein hall. Fourth and Tarn
hlU streets,' wheo a benefit smoker
will be held for the purpose af de
fraying tha axpenaea of a team wo! oh
will be sent to Los Angeles te take part
In the National Turefest Which will,
soon be held in that city. '
Among tha atfraotlone win be a wrest
ling; match between Franska, the light
weight champion of America, and L.
Pukley, the Hi pound champion af the
Turn Verein. Most all of tha elube of
the city have entered men and hope to
make this meet one of tha moat suc
cessful that has aver been held in Port
land. Thla meet will probably be tha
last one of the season. '
The Turn Verein haa not taken much
part In tha amateur smokers this rear
but in tha future will ne doubt stage
a number of smokers.
The smoker tonigni wiu axart ai
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Vancouver Beats' Spokane, 1 to 0.
Spokane, Wash., May SO. Vancouver
won yesterday by a score of 1 to 0. It
waa a pitchers' battle all tha way
through. Bonner for Spokane gave sev
eral basea on balla, but he allowed only
five bits: Store by Inning
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Spokane ...MHMtl o o 7 0
Vancouver .0 0000001 01 6 0
Batterlea Bonner and Oatdlek; Raa
mussen and Lewis.
The Brooklyn Yacht club's race from
that the Amertoan enthusiasts look for New York to Halifax, N. F., will take
victory. He Is a big man weighing,
when in condition, close to 200 pounds,
and besides being an expert rider and a
daring Player, possesses strength that
places him head and" shoulders above
any man on the English team. '
atoms Worth Wsiglit in Sold.
Whitney, the captain of the American
outfit is chiefly noted as the possessor
of Cottontail, a polo pony whose sagac
ity and quickness are the envy of ev-1
plaoe July 33. Tha distance is 645 miles
and It will be open to motor boats meaa
urtng from 45 to 10 feet Trophies and
11000 in cash go to tha winner in each
x?o icoxa no xjissj
ery lover of this strenuous sport who Consult our' advertised prices carefully
nas seen, ner perrorm. cottontail. It is I men come
said, in polo circles, Js literally worth
her weight In gold. The position of
Harry Payne Whitney In the game to
morrow will be number three, tha place
he has shown by past performances that
he ta capable el filling with brilliancy
ana aisuncuon. jLarry and Monte Wa
terbury who will be number one and
number two respectively, are familiar j
figures on the polo field, where their
horsemanship, daring and dash make
them formidable opponents.
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Seattle, Wash., May SO. Having: com
pleted and sworn In the jury, tha open
ing statement of the prosecution and
examined one witness, everything was
ready for a day of testimony taking in
the C W. . Wappensteln case, but the
court granted a holiday. Evidence tak
lng formally will begin tomorrow.
Prosecutor Murphy In outlining the
things that the state, will seek to prove,
accused Wappensteln, as pollca chief,
with proposing to Gideon Tupper that
Tupper buy two houses in tha deatrlcted
district Wappensteln, Murphy said, tel
ephoned to State Senator Nichols that
Tupper was all right and on that re
commendation, Tupper waa granted a
lease on the Paris house. Murphy said
inai Clarence ueraia naa . introduced
Wappensteln and Tupper 10 days before
Wappensteln became police chief. At
that time, it is charged. Wappen
steln told Gerald, "there'll be a chance
for all of us to make soma money."
MORNING LEAGUE GAMES
Batteries Moore and
Umpires Rlgler and Flnneran,
R. H. B.
3 7 0
.. 0 S 3
4 11 1
At New York:
Bateries Scanlon and
guard and Wilson. -
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At Plttsburr: R. H. E.
Chicago 0 4 3
Pittsburg 1 6 0
Batteries Richie and Archer: Adama
Umplrea Klem and Doyle.
At Philadelphia: R. H. E.
New York 0 8 0
Philadelphia S 8 0
Batteries Brockett and Blair: Krauae
UIU X IIUIUU. 1
Umpires Egan and Connolly.
At Washington: R. H. E.
Boston 6 18 2
wasmngton .....5 9 1
Batteries Cicott and
AXW OlOWVI VVW
At St. Louis: R.H.E.
Cincinnati 2 6 1
St Louis 4 11 2
Batteries Smith and McLean. Sever-
old; Bailee and Bresnahan.
Umpires Johnstone and Eason.
Hughes- and Alnsmlth.
3 8 0
2 7 4
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