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THE OREGON DAILY . JOURNAL, PORTLAND, , MONDAY .VENING, C C'l ( IER 3.
DISCIPLES OF id
Harry Krause Makes It Nine
Straight and Recruit Hafey
. Walks Twelve Sluggers, '
IT'S MOTHBALLS. FOR: THE PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE AFTER VTH IS WEEK
DIDN'T BEAT. ANGEL
DURING 1913 SEASON
Los Angelas, Oct !- JO.If Portland
liad to bat against the Los Angeles
pitchers all season ths , Beaver cham-
,. plons would all be too hitters, . They
mads 28 hits yesterday of Gregory and
Ryan, divided equally In ' ths moraine
and afternoon games, which were about
as Interesting as a crutch,
Walter McCredle started young Hafey
again in the morning and let hint stick
with it throughout the game, the kid
. getting away with a six hit game, but.
1 pinch your ; nostrils, when - you talk
about control. . He only walked a dosen
of the Seraphlo batters. The score was
7 to S, i -
v Harry Krause put tip his ninth
Straight victory in the afternoon, when
he beat the Angels ft to 6, but until the
rinal inning It looked as If his string of
victories ' was to be cracked, for -Ryan
was leading S to 4, when the champions
1 bopped on him for four , hits, which
netted two runs and the game.. '
JMcCredie and his champs . departed
' last night for Sacramento, . where they
will close the season, When they came
south to finish the. final three weeks of
the aeaaon the Beavers carried with
them a tt game lead. They carried to
-.Sacramento the same lead, having batt
en Los Angeles five out of the eight
games, regaining the full game that
- they lost to Venice. . -
Venice admirers are looking at the
series in Sacramento this week, for It
will determine whether the Naps or the
Wolves are to finish in second place.
score.:, r v
- . Morn lug ttiw- ;, .,;k.J.
-' ,. tr. POBTLAKD V 'rJi-l
r-Tu At. B. H. PO. A. B.
Cliadhourne, cf. 4 ; 1 0 1 . 0
Derrlrfc. lb. ............ B !,- 0 ' 3 k t '.,0 y
RodRere, 2b. , 5 0 ; S 8 t
1 ae la. aa, B . 3Uc H - ji: B.-e
Kraw. rf.'. ....... S 6 0 ' 1 , 0 ,.
Llndtwy, 3b. ......y..., 40 '' 3 -810
tArtirr, jr.. ..
Kerry, e, i;,.,.'..', 4 ,,! v
. Gen ; Krapp. 4 :
' 'i .'.'.''.''Uv "i,; '. ''. Ki
ln tiretwo ' years that he has been
in the Pacific ..Coast ' league, Gene
LEAST- NUMBER OF:'
MEif UN RISERVt LIST
FOOTBALL EXPERTS ARE
Curtis Coleman .;: One of Two
American Leaguers Now
The Chicago Cubs, according to the
reserve list fssued by secretary of the
National Commission, has less players
than any club In either of the major
leagues.;: Thirty-two players have peen
placed on the Cub reserve i list, i The
Cleveland Naps and Brooklyn Nationals
each have reserved 83 tosscrs, "v v. ,
The ' New York Americans have the
only two suspended players In the junior
ensue .circles in ic Elliott and Curtis
Coleman, a former University of Oregon
ana Tacoma player. The Chicago Amerf.
cans have the only, ineligible player
in an Jonnson-a circuit. ''"''
The American league teams has 10 dls
abled players and the National clubs
have 6, The .White Sox lead all teams
Krapp, the little Portland spitballlst, with four Injured players, among them
a "gynx" club. In- 1310, he Walter Kuhn. former Portlandar. There
i Hafey. By 1
0 Y 0
found it Impossible to gain any head'
wny on the Oakland club. During the
whole season t ha won something ' like
one game cut' of nearly a dosen starts.
This year Krapp has found the Angels
bis hoodoo, v He has lost Ms five starts
against the DUlonltes, while on the
other hand Oakland is - np longer .his
master, the little fellow- having won
his three starts against last year's
champions and this year's trailers.
Toui ; ,i rt
V..::;::;,. L03 ANGELE3 ' y
y- ':yyyyiy-':iV:i., ;,-.,AB.. B. H. tO.iL' .
Mtffpirt, ef.' i.. 4 ,-. 0 tr, 0 t; 0
Howard, lb. ........... a si I 1 . T I
tieedwla, 2b. 8 1 V S ' 1 ,J O
Kraeicer, rt. v. a ' I I 4 " 1 0
Muewl, If. .
JufancoBf a. 4.0 4 1 -ii t -y. 0
K.TmM. c. M. ........... 3 0 0 l , 0' 0
Orrgory, p. 4 i - 0 ; t 1 0
rtwrait, cf ............ 0 0 0. 0 0 o
4..8T T IT . U 1
Bmtted for Hfy la Blnth
o t'o o o e o t
H1U 0.1 1 0 O 4 0 '
Kane uavu, boofr ana Berry; . Milgirt 2.
Howard, Owdwln. krurovr, Uuvael and Urea
ory. -, Two baae btta Howard, Dart. Rodcera,
Rerry, Maewl, Sawyer. Stolon baaea Kodiera,
Wgf irt, Kruef rr, Mueael, Gregory. 6aerir
Haennc lly Kroager.
off Hafey 12.
ntta uoodwin. Krsup,
Baaea on balls Off uregory 1
Old Fred ! Weed Bangs West-
ern -Canada (Pitchersfor, a
' Nice Fat Average of ,357,
are IS Ineligible nen in the National
league. -irfj'.c.yJ : : v :i
The 'American league clubs have on
more player reserved than the Nationals.
The number of players reserved by
the major league clubs is:
AMERICAN iBAQUK. -Philadelphia
, . . , 4 , . . . . .3S 1
Washington,. SB ..
Cleveland ............... .1S ..
Chicago ., ... 85 4
Boston ........'.......SB 1
Detroit ................. 84 1
New York $4 ..
St Louis ...... . 84 I
.76 10 4 , a
NATIONAL. LEAQUE '
New Tork 86 1 1 ..
Brooklyn ...............38 ' 1
Chicago 82 1
Cincinnati ...85 .. . 1 ..
Boston .....,...,.,....36 S 4 ,.
Philadelphia.... 85 1 1 ..
Plttsbur ...V..........35 2 2
St, Louis - I aV a a 84
Totai;;.!,.i..iV,.;.a74 i it o
BEAVERS GATHER 101
Yale Coaches Trying Hard to
; Strengthen( Defense; Prince
' ton Meets Dartmouth, ' ,
track oat By Oregary 4, by Hafey 1. Dnnbla
Fia.Tiairy aoa uitu 10 uerrics. . ;
:88.';, Umpires Finney and Phyla. ,
'l"Atteroooa gais i -X'-?i'tv'Cii1?-'iXHf
PORTLAND v: i'-u.?:
V v-;.r,((!:a-,;,yf...iB. R. B.' PO.
Chadbooraa, t ......... 6 , 1 ,
Derrick, lb. 8 f 1' 10
1 Kodgera, 2b. ,
twvla. aa. 41 . -1 . '
, Ptwae, -it. 4 . t ;.j 1
Iber, It. 4 j 2 1
ruber, e. '
KrauB. p. 4 ,' 0 S O
Berry,, e. ........... v.. 1 - 0 -'O.' 6
Total ..,...........88 18 87 10 t
. ..," - LOS ANOELEB .
?...:-:.!, ';"V'C..-.AB..E. H. PO,
Maesart. e- . .. .........401 a
. Howard, lb. , a s 1 1
Goodwin, Zb. 800
Kraeger, rf. ........... 4 ' 1
' Mueael, If. 8 1
Sawyer, 8b. ............. .
Johnaoa, aa, ............. 1 '' 1
Arbocaat & ........... 4 . 0
liyao. p. ...,',,.. j. 4 0
tBatted for Goodwin In ninth
' Portland ...0 8 0 0 0 0 0 1
HlU ......... ..,.w....O 4 0 0 8 1 0 8 418
. Las Angales .,...',.. ...'.0 1008 1000
. Hits 1 11011140 a
noma run mophi. unrae oaaa nil aroogaat.
Two baae hit Krueger. 8toln baaea Lober,
Flaber, Maggart 8, Howard, Krnegar S, Mueeel.
, Sacrifice hit Goodwin. .Sacrifice . fly Barry,
baaea on balls Krause S. B truck out- Kranea
4. Byas S. - Double plays Dayla to Derrick,
: Sawyer to Goodwin to Howard. Hit by pitcher
Johnson, Maggart, , Xuaa 8:00. Umpires
GONDOLIERS TOO MUCH
' FOR -LITTLE JIM SHINN
' Sacramento, Cat., Oct JO. Jimmy
Bhinn was the whole Sacramento team
, yesterday, but single handed he could
no beat Elmer Koestner and the Ven-
jvai wuuuu. . tfiiuiajr iwijiao nva oases,
, a season record. Twice he stols seo.
and and third and scored on an error.
. ana., then in the ninth he hit out
homer with one on. , Koester pitched
great ball in the
- V EN ICS
: Weloan.lf... 4 110
Bayleaa.rf.. 8 8 1.0!
.- raabear.2t. 4 8 0 61
O-Bourke.ee 8 8 11
McD'nell.lb. 8 0 10 1
Ulaohl.Sb.. 8 Oil
Klllutt.e.... 4 0 T 2
Koestner.p., 4 3 0 1
Shlnn.rf. .... 8
.84 88 18
i Total v..S5 18 27 12
v Mekwa ont, hit by batted ball in ninth.
, 'Van Bursa batted .for Bllee In ninth.
, Venice 0 0013000 2 a
Hits 3 0 0 2 8 1 1 0 818
. BarranMBi ., 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 B
. - -.VV 1 88001012
' Runs-felsa. Kne 3, Bayleaa, Braabear
no B.oTBiner, oDinn o. xeonant and Lively.
Errors Braabear, KUlott 2, Koeatnar, UtsIt.
Home run Bblnn. Iwa baae btta koeatner.
Bayleaa,, Tennant. Stolen baaea Baylraa!
O'BourkS, blnn 8, Bllaa. Sacrifice bit Me
Jtonoell. ;, Sacrifice flies -i Braabear, Utathl.
Btnick out-By Koeatner V, tlyely 4. Baaea oa
b. laKoeatner 8. Ujely 1. Hit. by pltcberw
6 tlua twice, Ueloan. Paaeed balla Klllott. Don
ble pUya Kane to Braahear to McDnonell. Left
". Venice T, Bacramento 7. Earned runs
Venire 4, Sacramento 2. Time 2:03. Um
pires Held and McCarthy. ' .' , ,..
AW. Atlanta Drafts Pete Browning. ;
Pete Browning, the former San pran
Hsco twlrler, has been drafted from the
San Antonio team of the Texas league
' by the champion Atlanta, Ga club of
the Southern league. Browning won IT
ana josc i games last season.
Harvard Hm Pall BowlnajL
Fall rowing practice Is being Indulged
In at the eastern' Colleges, Harvard
has candldatea enough to fill six 'var
city ' and eight freshmen algbts. . But
two of Jast season's victorious crew
over Yale have been graduated.-V-
Outfielder Mills cf the Saskatoon team
was the leading hitter of the Western
Canada league during the .1118 season
with the average of ,363. Fred Weed, the
former Seattle player, was second with
.3T.vt;;.:;;;,;.:y';:.::;'v;:--.' ' .
. Weed was the leading run-getter and
Stadllle, the former Tacoma and Victor.
la outfielder, led the baae stealers with
4? hags tn 9s gamea.S::':". -v '
' Billy Fortier. the outfielder released
by Nick Williams," hit .282 for the Moose
Jaw team and Norman Crulkahank, who
waa aecured by the Colts in a trade
last season for Lee strait batted .278.
Moore and Bliss, two catchers,' who were
at one time the property of the Port
land team, batted .266 and .259, respect
Ively. ...- - ) ' ; i. ,
. Jimmy Concannon, the former Taeoma
twlrler, was the leading fielding pitcher,
with a perfect percentage to 17 games.
Otto Moore, the Portland boy, was the
leading catcher with the percentage of
.980 for 111 games. Julie 8trieb, former
Coast and Northwest first baseman, was
second among- the Initial aack guardian,
one point behind the leader, Glddlngs of
the Medicine Hat team.
Concannon was the leading winning
pitcher with 13 wins and 9 defeats In
17 games. -Pete Schneider, the Seattle
twlrler, won 17 and lost 7. Frlnk, former
Portland twlrler, won 21 and lost jll
games. . .
The batting averages or some players
released by Northwestern league clubs
during the season are: - Chick, ,826
Skeela. .807; panieis,..Z80; Rueii, .zsb;
Morse. .368: Concannon, .266; Beaton
261: Vivian. .23: KeaaicK, .zis, ana
Cullen, .211. , .
BEAT CHICAGO'S SOX
World Tourists Ara, Off Upon
Their Globe-Circling Base-,
ball Journey, . v
Chicago. Ill- Oct 20 The. N Vnrlr
Natlonala defeated the Chicago Ameri
cans, 2 to 1, yesterday in the second
game between the worlds touring teams.
nast evening tne two teams boarded
their special train, which will be their
home until they reach Victoria, B. C.
ine two teams will play In almoat
every Important town In the southwest
and- on the raciflc coast Until ' they
embark at Victoria, B. C. .After leaving
wiuriB, guinea wui oe piayea in japan,
China, the Philippines, Australia, India.
Egypt Italy, France, England, Ireland
ana tjoouana. : f ' :
Many of the players' wives, including
(lewiy-wmuewiluinaKe tne trip. :
The soorSef yesterday's gamer
new zora nationals s.a
Chicago Americans ........... .1 c
Russell -and Daly.
New; Tork. Oct1 10.-Footbalt experts
are agreed her today that the Harvard
eleven stands head and shoulders above
the other . eastern squada,, Harvard's
showing Saturday witKfloly Cross was
impressive, ' The; Crimson rolled up a
score of 47, the players then easing up
and allowing their opponents to score
seven points.,' 'ttWv.y,'
Tale also' showed . Improvement in
Saturday's game, but the - Princeton
squad seems much alower in rounding
Into form. Princeton will be put to its
first real test next Saturday, when the
New Jerseyans dash with Dartmouth,
Dartmouth, ahowed up, strong in Satur
day's game with, Williams, rolling up 48
POintS tO , )J. ': J" '?rVU'',v;-:.;V! . K 1, .
The rTale-Harvard game '. is but five
weeks away.. and the , Yale coaches are
trying hard to build up .Its defense.
rne v.. nave aeciaea , not : to cnanae tne
lineup, but -will.' continue Ketcham ; at
guard and Martlng at, center;
By comparatiy scores Harvara nas
the edge on. Tale, with Pennsylvania
ranking next, v Princeton' Army, Navy.
Colgate and Dartmouth teams appear
about evenly ! matched. -Cornell has
shown up poorly. ' - : y e ;,
if'-. ' ' ' ''y'.'',,...'-:.',
'. ' BUnor1 Football 'Gaines.
Outweighed by 30 pounds to the man,
the AVleta Junior football eleven de
feated the Montavllle team yesterday by
the score of 87 , to 3. The feature of
the game waa the playing of Slmola, the
crack 115 pound quarterback of the
Arleta team. Baum, Wortman and
Saulcer did good work for the winners.
For games with the Arleta team call
Manae-er Bush. Tabor 646. No teama
weighing more than 130 pounds will be
given-a game." rs ';' .' '
lOiu GOLE . lEAO
Ill E AVERAGE
-' , i I S nn riM,, J I ..a C w
HITS OFF ANGEL GUNS
Dcane, toberr: Kores and Urid
; say Gallop , Along in '',400
Society. in Southland, .'" "
The Beavers enjoyed the best batting
week of, th: season In the eight "game
series against ths Angels. : The Mack-
men hit for a .team ; average of .881
Waiter Doane, who played in f iv games,
waa the individual leader, with the aver.
aire or .629. He made nln hits in 17
times .at bat,j-iiv'.ii,;:;-.,;.';:,-t;'(..)., i.-y..y:t:-Ten
players were over the. IS 00 mark.
Chatl bourne. Fisher and Hagerman were
tne oniy ones who secured hi ta - who
were not in tne .8.00 ciaas i a
Ty IiOber reaatned his battlne- ara uil
slammed ouMj safe blngles in.18 times
up. giving 4 mm ; the i average of V. 466.
KsreshJt?- .400; and 'Lindsay In ' two
uiei mi .tin. " s-. y- 'y : ?:ty -
The Mackmen collected 101 blngles
curing tne week for a r total of r 133
bases. ; In the eight games; 14 doubles.
6 triples and Z home runs were tnada.
Lober was the extra base leader,' with
three triples,- and Chadbourne was sec
ond with two doubles and a home run.
The Anels hit: .342 for i the ; week,
getting 63 blngles In 366 times up. a :
The .averages: ;...-Q...
Flsyers 1 f'.V A. B.
v;naaoourne . 35
BDeas ;-. .i a i . ........
Hagerman ,. '., ,
naivy a e a
f 4 e
' i '
' . .868
: , .33$
- eVV V
: : .000
Club's First Annual Team Hunt
Ends in Grand Celebra
tion of Event,
(Boeclal to The Journal. t
Boseburg. Or.. Oct 20. The first
annual game barbecue of the Riddle
(Oregon) Elk Supporting Rod and Gun
club was held at Riddle, which Is 35
miles south of Roseburg, Friday. Sev
eral hundred visitors from nearby towns
were present, aa were State .Treasurer
T. B. Kay and State Game Warden
Finley. ; During the forenoon sports
were Indulged in and between the hours
of 1 and 2 0 clock the barbecue, con
sisting of six magnificent black tall
bucks roasted whole, salmon, rye bread,
coffee and fruits of the season, was en
The annual bunt of the club was be
gun on October 1 and continued until
Friday. Captains were chosen for the
two contesting teams and every means
taken to insure fairness In this enjoy
able sport and unique contest Individ
ual members were given due credit
for all game killed, which Included bear.
deer, panther, cougar, wild cats, and the
various game birds. The winners were
Pledged to Banquet tne losers, and on
Friday the finishing touches Wsre put
to this affair by the splendid banquet '
For weeks the committees . worked
hard at their task to make this event a
successand all the night before chefs
watched the roasting venison, so - that
trioay it waa a toothsome morsel be
yond the criticism of .an epicure. -
a large number of crack shots were
there from the surrounding country .and
contested for the valuable prises given
ror tne nigh score guns. - Besides these
there were present several exoert shots.
representing the various cartridge com-
pauiea wno enierwinea tne crowd . with
fancy shooting. - ; - ' :m- .. , .-
The morning sports consisted of tran
shooting, fancy shooting, fly . casting,
campfire making, bread baking, and
pack horse contests, ? After the barbecue-
shooting matches were held. - Dur
ing tne. evening Bute Game Warden
rlnley conducted 1 an illustrated iMtura
" ine remainder or the time waa
LEIFIELO; AND FANNING
uan rrancisco, Oct. 80-What do
you know of the San Francisco team
wining both games of a double header?
bui tnen it was against Oakland. Lei
neia had the better of Abies In the
morning gain and Fanning bad easy
sailing with KUlllay and Stone In the
afternoon. They got four hits off
"Skeeter" ana two off Lelfleld. ; The
scores:'. , ., -. v ..; . 7 ,-y:, r -Momlnr
ame ' 'if
BAN BANCI8CO , OAKLAND
Tobln,cf.... B 1 3 0
MeArdle.lb. 4 1 10 1
Hoean.rt... 4 3 S 0
SchaUer.lf. 3 1 1.0
Downs.3b... D 2 I XI
Corhan.ee. . . 4 1 16
Cartw'bt.80. 4 1 0 81
8epnlTMla,c. 4 2 4 1
UtfleW.i.. 4 0 10
Clemens.if . , 4 0
Kaylor.rf. ... 8 0
Neaa.lb.... 8 O
Leard.2b.... 8 0
Rohrar.e..,. 8 0
Ables.D..... 3 fl
Qoeat 1 0
.28 3 27 11
Batted for Abies la Dintb. '
Ban Francisco. ....r,.....i 00080100 B
- ..'...,..,.,... I11JB11 oll
uaaiaaa ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' 0
HlU ...................10 01 0 00003
wur-iuvin, eirAraie, uofin, ncoaiier and
Downa. Errore xaeher. Partwrleht. cuni...
n.i it. . ......
u.w u"u o, miuOT a, variirngot.
on oiminr. a wo oaae nits Hoaan.
HetUna. Dowua, Oorbao. Firat baae on balla
V" u . mcuca 001 or iueuield 4, Abies
6. Double pUyscorhaa to Downs to MeArdle;
Leard to Kaaa. Earned rant San Kranclaco 8.
..... ....40 1 ... . . . . . . .
itiw-irti, .uwuint-uuusne ana aoell.
Mnndorff.rf 6 1 3 01
MeArdle.lb. 4 0
T.bln.cf... . 4 1
Scballer.lf . . 3 1
Dovoa.2b... 8 1
Oorhan.aa. ..2 1
Carttr'ht.Bb. 6 3
Bepulreda.c. 4 1
Fanning. p. . 4 1
.38 S 87 lty
cor.it. ...... 4000
iieums.so.. 4 13 3
ivaTior.rr.,., 4 13 1
Eacher.cf... 8 t 1 0
uardnor.lb., 8 1 1 0
yooa.ae..... j 0-8 4
Alexanders, 1 0 11
Klimjr,p.. 1 0 0,1
unaat.zD a nan
Clemen. . . , I 0 0 0
nrem.e...i.. i n a
Stone,) , j 0 1
.4..3 4 ST 18
Betted for Alexander in fifth.
Tnaiiea ror juimay in nrtb.
00 .............0 1 8
.. .... h V. ,0 3 8
8 0 10 0 1 0-d
0 0 6 00 ftZ?
Ituna Mundnrff. ynhln rv .
Kacher. Error Cook. .iFire rnna,'8 bite, off
Klllllay In ft Iduuim. Home run - Zacher.
Charge defeat to Klllllay. Three baae hlr-
rsanlna;. Two baae bite Cartwrlght Mundorff.
Bcballer, Downa. Bacrlfre fir Oorhan, Flrat
boae oa baUa Fanning L KlUllay 8, Stone 1.
Struck out Fannlnr V KIIIIU. 1 ' 1
Btolen baaea Tobln 3, Bchaller 2, Downs. Oard
ner,; Cook. Double pla Htoue to Cook to
Gardner. Cartwrlgbt to MeArdle. Earned rune
Sm n ?''K"i Oakland 1. WIW
pltrh Klllllar. Left on baaee Anm
4,-Oakland 8. Time 10. Umpires KneU and
uutbrie t . f- t
Canipl and Chaves Matched, t ' ;
U Angeles, Oct 13. Eddla Camnl.
the fast San", Franclaco bantam, and
Benny- Chaves of Alburquerque,. N. M.,
has , been matched to box 20 riini
before MoCarey's Paclflo Athletic club
at vernon -.November 4. Cam pi is al
ready 'here and Chaves will leave A1
buquerqu as soon as trananortatlon la
was spent arranged. The boys will meet at tha I
Z 1 1 bantamweight Umlt.-;.y ',;,'' O
'- .- ".''"''''.'.;.? ''"i'.'v ;V-'V'V, ii';'-V'Vi.
iVi 1 . '"aM",-,1-.f.;:;,M-i.f'i. .,!";-:'' ',Ui V-::! :iV .-
The F. i a , Watklns football eleven
yesterday defeated the Columbia Park
team by the score. of 13 to 0. The Columbia-Park
team walked off the field
at tha beginning of the third period be
cause of an argument between players
and spectators. fyySp
THREE ELEVENS ENTER V
COOS GRIDIRON LEAGUE
i Coqullle, Or., Oct 20. Coquille, Myr
tle Point and Marshf laid high sohools
will enter football teama for the cham
pionship of Coos county. Bandon and
North Bend being Torced to withdraw
on account of lack of material. The
prospects here are unusually good and
Coach Miller expects to surprise the
other contenders with a whirlwind team,
as he has several fast men to work with.
The line-up Is as follows: Lawrence,
center; H. Watson, left guard; Hobson, (several years ago one of the best known
left taenia; 1. wataorn leit ana; sneuon, 1 players In the state, wilt coach the team,.
nam laimi . yf, -naui utve.iBi. xk. i wmcn is made up mostly or strong, ex-
ieane, riaui cnu,- murei, . tyiiu euiu nerienced slayers.
K.m l.ft half! Hut. rla-hr V ,; V I
A. A. Champs Beat W. L. Champs.
Denver,.' Oct 30. -Milwaukee ; won
yesterday's lnterleagua game from Den.
ver, 8 to 8, and . clinched the cham
plonahip by four games to two. The
game waa played on a wet field and
the players , were numbed by the cold.
.The eight errors were evenly divided.
ocorei - , , ., . -. ., .. c K. tl. .
Denver . . . ,,,...;.. ,......, 8 11 4
Milwaukee .............. .i.. 8 13 4
Batteries Wolfgangs Gilbert and
spabr; Young, poherty. Slapnicka and
nugnes. ;-..?:-;.?;:;-v:-.-;;vv ;
Gilliam High to Shoot Baskets.
Condon, Or Oct 30. A basketball
team has been Organised at the Gilliam
county high, school, and is practicing!
hard in preparation for games which
have already been scheduled. Many chal
lenges have been issued and a successful I
season Is expected. C N.'. Laughrlga, I
Barnes for St, Paul. - J
"Old King" Cole, former star twlrler
of the Chicago Nationals, was the lead
ing pitcher of the American association
during the 1918 season with the per
centage of .694.iiHe won 25 games and
lost 11. George McQuillan, the former
Philadelphia twlrler, who was purchased
during the middle of the season by the
Pittsburg Pirates, .- won 11 games and
Jack Gllllgan, the former Coast league
hurler, won 11 and lost six games with
tha , Minneapolis club, V Harry Gardner,
the local pi tcher, under contract . with
the St Paul club, won 11 and lost nine
games. 1 ; . Ben Henderson, who pitched
the Beavers tft the hamplonshlp during
the 1906 season, took but pne game .for
the Toledo Mud Hens, He was charged
with four defeats. , ' ?
Pitchers Cole,' Slapnicka. and Dough
tery each twirled six shutouts during
the season. Cole, Vaughn. Davis. Cut
ting and Baakette each, twirled no-hit
games. . Seven one hit, 18 two hit ; 47
three hit and" 87 four hit games were
twirled during the season. . ' y "
Vaughn, the castoff Yankee twlrler.
who was purchased by the Chicago Cubs,
won' 13 and lost 14 games .for Kan-
sClty. - -
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LLiiiLilu. ILL J
EVE OF CI'
'.f i a a' ill''" f
Show by: Manage 1
Fight fans will ,b given a '
at the first 'amoker of -the '
Amateur Athletic club Wed n
October 29. Manager Tomn
arranged a six bout card, w..
head lined with Bchmeer of t..
nomah' club and Carlson, the forn
lumbus club lightweight, : i '
The two boys haVe started' ti
alrcady for" the '" bouts and It
pected that the . match , wiV
rounds, before a decision can V,.t.. tu..
Bchmeer boxed 10 rounds ,-t the Multno
mah club Friday night axid appears to
be In the best of shape. ,
. The remainder of the card Is:
-J Hill, unattached, vs. : Huelat, Multno
mah, US pounds. . -iMuzarowsky.
St" James - club, v Van-"
couver, vs. gherrltt, Butler School of
Boxing. 130 pounds.1 , v ",' .
. Abe Gordon, News Boys' club. vs.
Bernstein. News Boys' club, 100 pound.
, Driscoll, y unattached, , vs. . O'Brien,
Multnomah club, 13S pounds. . . -
Cronquist, Butler club, . vs. : Hanson,
Butler School of Boxing, 145 pounds. .
Polo Captain IU in India. 11
Captain R. G. iRltson,- who captained -
the English pold team which failed to
lift the polo oup In' the ' Meadowbrook
matches. Is 111 lA India.. ' ; " ' '
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' Only one game was played in the
Multnomah Club Basketball league yes
terday, Morris' team beating Masters
five, 88 to 11. ' The game;' between
O'Hanlon's and Toomey's will be played
Thursday night : . ; v.
Masters and Elvers did tha best
work for the losers and Rennacker and
Lewis for Morris.
Harrlnuui Team Is Defeated.'
The Harrlman 'team waa eliminated
from the city, independent championship
yesterday, when the Bradford team de
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