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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, POKTLA ND. SUNDAY . MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1013.
SEALS STAY LEADERS -OF
; irioT fnnuva nuirr
HAVE MADE A SWEEP
;OLD PHOTO OF HIGH SCHOOL'S 195 CHAMPION TEAM UNCOVERED
Bis Athletic Iron Man Now
Bedridden With spinal Tro.U;
bid Has Not Lost Game.- ,
CHIEiF BENDER WINNER
- OF" MOST- BALL. GAMES
Summers ' of Detroit Never
Took a Game in" Four
Starts,' - - -
, Jack -.' Coombs, the v veteran ..-right
liander of the Philadelphia Americana,
m t.ie leading twirler of the world's
.championship series since the 1903
reason. ;. Coombs, .who : was unable' to
pitch la the ISIS aeriea on account-of
illness; has : won four games and loat
none. . He; waa taken out of on .gam
which he-etarted. ' , J
' Babe Adam, who won the ' chant?
plonshlp for the Pittsburg- Pirates Id
J 909 from Detroit, has a record ' of
three straight victories with no defeat.
lieulbach of the Chicago Nationals has'
nun iiirao famea in snvvn vutui. " nf
Is not charred with a, defeat.: '"Spin
ball King" Ed Walsn, won two games
for the White Sox In 1906."" Pitcher
Bush, Bedlent, ' Crandall ' and' Maddog
rave each won a game, without being
' defeated, :'':''.' ... '.. yv;.v.;;-.,'i'VV-:., 5
Orvle Overall, who - has pitched "; In
four series, has an average of .760.
Diiieen and Wood, stars of the 1301
and 19 11 Boston Red Sox teams, , have
win won mree ana lost one. - j
. f'hkeF Tientar ., Itkl.llA
- ........v. , .1 - ,111111111 III1..IIV
twlrler, ha won th grcatMt tiumber
J-if Pltmak allir Ua fa nhaMa.l. anlik
we : ess xs. ncu ,,
three defeats. Christy Mathewson ba
pitched Inll games, winning-" five and
losing , five. .-.r..- ..... ..
Eddie Summers of the Detroit Tigers
1 has lost four games and la' not, cred
1 ited with victory. Buck O'BTleh, who
i now with the Oakland team, lout
two games during the 1912 aeries for
Boston.'. ' - . - !,-,
TU. averages of the pitchers arei
; I'Hcher , 11. w i iW
oomua. futiadeinnia a. fai.. K
Aiimiis. Pliteburg N, q) 1
KriillHicb, 4'hlrago N. (4). .A. 7
WiiUb. Chicago A. lt.,...,. 2
Jluth. Philadelphia A. (1)...... 1
CranJaU, New Vork 7f. (3)... S
; Medlcol, Biwtna A. (I)....,.,. 4
Maddux, Pllteburg N. (1),,..,. 1
ltnm. , Button A. (1). 4
Oirtill. Chicago N. 4)...,, 2
Wood, Bmtoa A. (1); i,..,-,4
Dernier, runaai-lpbla A. 14),,
Voiing, Boaton A, 1 1).. ......
I'hllllrle, I'lttabnrg N. (2). ,.7
Matliewmtn, New Vork Jf (4..lt
Kitmn, t.-bloifo K. (4).. S
Aluniuard, New York N.
lnllli, A lot
............ L , , v,. v J...,
Alirmk, Cbirteo A. (J).
MMftiuiity. New York N.
V'hite. htc A. Jk...
..... 8 3
i'lmik. I'blinfWIpbla A. t4).
a r.; o.
ITriaier. Cbtcairo N. 44), 5 1
bonovan. Detroit A. 3). 6 ' J
me miners bo nave lout one
game are: Amen. New York: Timnlr.
hurt; Oikler. Phlladeliihia
KeiiiK-dr. Pittsburg; LHfield,
ttaburg; U-lfield, Plttaburg: Moln
o, and WLIila. Plttuburs, 1 encli:
burg, and V'Brten, Bualon, 3 eacb.
irolt, 4. A dOK-n tnirlrra ' liava
TJTP. I DIOBSO, I
nuiiimery, uirolt, V A wien tnirlrra 1
iiKithvr been ereUitea with a Tk'tury nor ctrarged
CLUB HUSKIES DRIVE
M'RAE THROUGH LINE - '
. F0R;0lILY TOUCHDOWN
Contlnoad Krom Psi
punts was the cause that can be
lllUt'U IV 11, . I , .
v nn Multnomah sot into nnnitin
score in tha tflnai . auartr fnii,..
lug Coulter's poor punt out of bounds
on tna W. o yard line. a S3
ard circle of th students' left end
by Modes, a ten. yard gain by MaoKas
and : Keck and then MacRae's final
fcttort. a, fumble crowned It all.- With
vau ine couegiana live yard
line Kodea signaled MacKao for aii
aauault on th lino. The Multnomah
Impact was directed through W. S CVs
right guaixl. i Cherry and Philbrook
opened a hole and the attacking r0ree
got bvhlnd Mac and anoved. The half
back seemed deadlocked in a wedge
of humanity, ; when th . hull aiin
out of ; his 'hands jjuetlas Kawcett
sounded tha whistle. Being a fumble
the' play could not properly stop until
the ball was, recovered.' MacRa slid
over' the seething mass,' and the ball,
providentially for Multnomah, fell into
Ma arms, back, of the college goal.
It was a touchdown, , Keck kicked an
easy goal. , v . -
Tnoas Who Solatlllatsa. ' "
Out i of .-the i gam ' came . several
crowned with glory, ; chief . of whom
is wuarterback Rodea. who generated
the Multnomah, forces in. sdmlrable
style. Ills execution of play was
faultless and Jt was Ids great ruhnlug
of the college flankers that put the
Oregonians: in position to score the
tlucwiva points. Captain Keek was also
a bear on offensive!, and ' defensive
strength, while MacRaa played a beau
tlful offensive - game. , -i-i'- "
Philbrook, who oponed up the last
hole, and Chub Cherry vkdT with Con.
vine for the ohief. honors of the line
play. .Jack Hicksou performed bHl
liantly at nd. - But when it tomes to
ilefenuivo work no man on either team
had it over "Truck" Strieblg, a slender
brunette with a shock of. hair that
would be tho envy ; of John D.- Ha
felled many a- husky farmer who "tried
to turn the club's left ; end; back of
which he hovered like a hawk. ThW
I oungster, unknown In major football
t-ircleB, played one of the most spark
ling defensive games seen on the field
since Uom C'allicrata routed the 8e
attle ;A11-Stars latt-wItr..;t'C'.l;!4
, For1 Washington : State College Fos
ter was eanlly the star,; being ckmely
Ueorgo llarter. Diets and Albert; ; ,
rIMin . -crowd . of ' wim. haa j mai
pretty small for ; the calibre of the
teams, was repaid . by an interesting
aiiernuun. ii aiu not mailer tnal Mult
nomah lost 100 yards on penalties, the
full length of the field,' or that Wash
Inftou Utats was penalized S5- yards,
l.ecaua the contest was close enough
for the1 most ' taacUnc Vfr"if- t v '-i
- - '-' i 1
In Captain Fleming, ; Indiana univer
sity boasts of the most versatile foot,
ball player the game haa ever known.
He has playttf every: position on the
footoall and basketball teams, and fillod
all places t on ths baseball nine wlin
lha exripptlon of Tlteher an J eatcher. :
Lct CarK '
Fix Your Pipe
ton't" trust your broken pipes to
an Inenprionccd man.' Take them to
Venice's Victory' Accompanied!
,.;by Many Presentations of
Gifts to Favorites. -
San Francisco, Cml, Octv Sa
Francisco, aUys put as th leader of
the Coast league etoond division. :;
Jimmy Johnston la tn proud , poa-
sesHor of a.brand new watch, 00 large
round dollars which flgor . therein as
velvet nd 'i basket r ibl : as the
Grand canyon full of chrysanthemums
a biff as cabbages. c , , -r s :
Big Jeff,- Overall's ' pitching record
wlnds-up under the .600 mark, and
Willla H ogan i gets Ma . name tn tha
record book as. a pltoher.
. Thus do we , precede the statement
that Venice defeated San FYanoisoo to
day by a score of i to whichwas
not the- proper thlngr to flo,n. Johnaton
day,' dear Mr. Hogan.''i'vvK!.;f:,'"'
. Thla was the day when" tha fana
wore privileged to, do something . for
Jimmy, the boy : ourgiar. yney wmw
out in fine style and they grave Jimmy
a lot of assistance ana soverai oiner
littlo things ' , beside. AUo, Jimmy
blushed and looked embarrassed, and
thereupon . smote .: the ball vigorously
and stolo another baae. v : " j.
Johnston was presented 'With a gold
watch and chain by admiring fana and
200 buoks by the management of; the
Kan Tnincisco and Venic clubs Just
before "ths gams.'; Judgs Thomas F.
Graham,' ; former "president of tb
league, made the presentation speech
Overall apparently tried to pitch for
the 'first half of tho gams, bot tha big
fellow was pretty wall dlsgrusted In the
final rounds and ths piling: up of hits
and runs did not seen) to grieve blm.
Tho earned runs off Ovle) were not
numrous. His support waa good, says
that ' Sepulreda ' fell down at several
Important stages- and helped Via , ths
general upsetting of the srravy.
- Willie. Hogan was callecl In In the
ninth. ' after on man v wu out J and
Overall was apparently duo for a long
crusade of hammering.1?: WHlie .was
good pitcher some years ago. He might
be able to come back who knows a
single hit was made off him.' and then
he got out of trouble easy; enough.
::.,lv:.;v:'.:-AB.:.r H. P0. A.' .
Meloan. If. S ,4 . "11 0,-'-: 0
Wllbott. rf. B a i- a : 3 O , 0
Mraa&ear, 2b. ........... 4 ; I l - a , w
O'Ronrke. aa. ........... 4 . O S t.-f 4 ': 0
MeUnnpell, lb.-.UeA i i U- r-
a .t a
. ,...,...... .M 8 l& . SI
i. . AB. R, w. TO, A. B.
Tobln, ef. '.
o 'k, a
Down a, 2b. a
Corban, aa. 4
CartwrlKlit, Sb. 3
Aepalreda, e. .,,.,..,.. .8.
OreraU, p. ..i.r.-.. S
Hogao, p. .............. 0
o i o
' Total . .:. ..80' O " V 1 ' 1
, SCORE BT ISMKGS.
Venice , .........0 .1 0 0 , O 4
Hit. . ... '.0 2 1 0 a 0 ft AIS
gaa Pranc)i,.6. 0 O .0 O 0 0 O . 0
a i i o o o o. 1. 1 a
Two . baae hit O'lbwirka. Baerlflce bit
Bauxn. Baae on balls Off OreraU 8, off Bana
3. fitrock ool Hr OreraU 8, by Banm 0.
Stolen bases O'Rcmrka, Johnston,' gcballer.
Double plara Braahear to McDonnell. Paaaed
balls 8epulTeda 8, . . Tim 1 ;30.: Unplres
Uuthrle and Held. i
BY SCORE OF 4 TO Q
Fifth Game of. Series ls,Main:
! ly ;' a Battle . Between . the
' Pitchers. " '- ;
Los Angeles, CaU Oct 25. The fifth
game of the series betwoen Los An
galea and Oakland was very : much a
pitcher's battle, with Big McKenry. late
of the Fresno team having; all the best
of it. Los Angeles won by a score
of 4 to 0. McKenry allowed four hits
and Abies seven. Only two Oaks got
to third base. Six ball only were
hit out of the Infield and these were
the four singles and two long flies.
Abies fanned eight men, but the Angels
bunched hits on him and their seven
swats were made at the right moment.
. Johnson secured the first hit of the
game in the fifth Inning, a triple, that
scored Sawyer, who had been passed.
Boles singled, bringing Johnson home.
Two singles, a steal and an out made
the third Angel run in the sixth.
Howard .and Goodwin singled , and
Krueger's out scored Howard : In . the
sixth. Goodwin's single and Krueger's
double brought in the final run. Much
fine playing fwaa sifted in. through the
game, but there was llttl more noise
than there la generally at a funersh for
who wants ; to , see .. the ? booby, prise
won?,' ' r
r Score:-' 1 ' ' ' ,
C.t,' .J; ; X ;" vf VSVf.: OAKLAND. i'.hr '
AB. B. H. PO. A
Oor. if. .
Hetllng, 8b. .... ........ 4 - J
Kajrlor, rf. ..... .. 4 v O O
Clemena, cf., ........... 4 0 i Q
Neaa. lb. 2 0 1
Uueat, a.. ,;,.;.,,:,.... 9 v V ?
lx'ird, 2b. ....... .... 4 A ':V 1.
Alexander, e. .....,.l O - O
0 0 c o
1 M . 1
: O O ,;' a
Ablaa, p. .,..... Xr O -O 8, 4 . 0
Bohrer, . e'-ri .' .v 1. O r, 0 '1 SI --
..'.. W...S8 O 4 Ef 15 ' 0
tOS. ASOBbKS.' '
AB. K. Hi FO. A.' B,
Meart, f. ...
Howard, lb. ...
4.0 ; 0 0., O 0
; 1 la
:. e o
...... -.-' .4 y V
........... B :f' u
Jk .. .. M -
noiea. c, .,.,... a v
McKenry,. p..., ...,. -. .8 "; 0
4fti-..i.i 'v:c:X: 1; ft.
.'i,as for Boles In 'niBtt.''s-;v::t''g.;.K
Oakland . .0 0 0,0 0.0
. llita . i..i.....O' O'l! 0 0
Io Angeles i..;..0 O 0 0 3 10
H1U . .0 0 0 3 9 1
1 " 4
" BUaQCABi. -
Three baae hit Johnaon. Twe'- baae - kit
Kviieger. ' Sacrifice blta Quest. Ablaa, Johnson.
HKilen baaea-Naaa, Howard. Xtaaa on balle
Ott MeKenry 2, erf Able 1. btruck oat By
Mi'Kenrr 3, b Ablea 8. Double plj Johnson
to Howard' to Qoodwla. lilt by pitcher Neas.
aimel:J0. TJmplrss Fuur and J'ble. . ;
The brilliant playing of Charley
Brlckley, the Harvard crack. Indicates
that he will be an All-American back
again this year..,
if, te , VM- i -
Above are the youngsters who won the title as ecaoiasuc eoamplons of; th city when ; there was hut one
high school. Many of them are now prominent residents of" the city and a few have migrated.'; From,
left to fight they areTop rowl.v' Wiekenhtia R. -TrimMd,-'iMaiiare: C-VOxiti-P. Mabaf f ey, . Coach ,
' W. A. Pomeroy and W; Carlisle.:' Middle row- W.'Klernan, right end; "Martin, Pratt, right tackle; Ed l
' ' ' DaverT right guard; J Lewis, center;, F. Randall, left guard; L. Hallow,"' left tackle; Ed Barrett, left!
, end. Bottom row P. Morse, right half; II. Clagett quarter, back; M. Holbrook, fullback, and V, i
Jordan, left half.
Members ef the championship PortlanJ
high' school football team of the 1898
season have scattered to all parts of the
world and have taken up various bis-
Iness and professional occupations.
The Portland high school team that
season ; defeated the Portland Univers.
Ity, Vancouver soldiers.. Vancouver high
school and Pacifle University. No game
was played with the Bishop Scott Acad
eray that year on account of a row be
tween the two schools,: r ;:vt:
After1 graduating from the Portland
high school a majority of the players
Joined the Mulnomah olub - and playrd
several years on the winged M eleven.
Several of the games played by these
players are still in the memories or the
old Urn fans. ;."? .-':'!.; :-:y. 'V-..' & ;
W. Carlisle after graduating, studied
medicine and is now in St Petersburg.
Russia, where he is practicing. He paid
a visit to Portland a couple of seasons
ago-and during his stay here many of
the old games which were played in the
high school were recalled. '
William Jordan, the fast right half
back, after establishing a name for him
self on the Multnomah team, began a
military career. He is now a captain In
th United States army stationed at
Monterey. CaL .i r' W- ;.i -.v''
H. Claggett is manager of the Guggen
heim smelter at Sallda, Colo., and . M.
Holbrook is a dentist ' with offices in
Portland. Pete Morse la a el vlL engineer,
but his location is not known. -l:r
: - isa Barrett is in tne real estate Bus
iness in : town and Billy ' Klernan is
credit man for the Meier & Frank com
pany, Martin Pratt, who is regarded as
one of the beet tackles that ever played
on the Multnomah club team; is chief
clerk in the Multnomah county sheriffs
Office. HarB)w la working In : the tax
department of the sheriffs oflce. Rand
all is chief clerk of the publlo dock com
mission and Davey is in business in
John Lewis Is state engineer and Man
ager Coxa is also an engineer, but hie
location is not Known.
Lloyd .Wickersham - is chief engineer
for the United Railroad and . Raleigh
Trimble is a practicing attorney in this
city and also manager of the Trimble
estate. Pat Mahaffey is a clerk in the
office of John B. Coffey. ; ,
W. A. Pomeroy, coach of the cham
pionship eleven, la ft mining engineer
and when last heard from was in Aus
tralia. For a number of years be lived
in Oregon City. - ,? m , ' -?: -
The old Portland high school is now
xnpwn as Ldncoin high, . '
Football ' Bestilta,1'; f V;:? ' '
At Princeton; : Dartmouth ; Prince
ton 0. ' :'.-",--v.:,-.J- : "'C': v..- 'V-'v
At Boulder, ' ColcT.t V Colorado Uni
versity It Colorado '.Aggies ,: 7.' -, -'Mx-'i
At Cambridge: Harvard St; Penn
sylvania Stats O,";.'- -j;.
- At Salt Lake: Colorado ! School of
Mine t; Utah : 0; . v ?
At New Haven: ; Tale i Washing
ton and i Jefferson 0. '. -..
At Ithaca: Pittsburg Stt Cornell ! f.
V At West Point: Army I; Tuffs 0.
At Annapolis: Nary 71; . Maryland
AggieS 0. ;.'.:-: - V;'V-y,:.- . -.-
At Philadelphia: Pennsylvania ?;
Carlisle 7v. u ';'f; :Vn v :., ':: .
At Chicago: Chicago ; Purdue 0,
At I Indianapolis: Illinois ; 10; In
diana P. :t-,.r --'v.''';
. At Nashville: Michigan . Vander-
Wlt' -'.'XeV,.H." v..-,--- :'V.y ,V:-V
At Minneapolis: Minnesota 10;
North"'' Dakota 0.-: ik
i At Madison, ; Wtai Michigan ' Ag
gies 19; Wisconsin 7. , -.'::...
At Pittsburg: ; Carnegie T; Grove
City J. . .V:N5 j-'..,. ',:U-'":
At; Westervllle, . Ohio:- Otterbein t7;
Ohio u. fir
. At Syracuse: Syracuse it; Reserve 0.
At -Akron, Ohio: Buchtel 8; West
Virginia y Wesleyan r 7. . a :V
At Evanston, 111:. Iowa ; .71; . North
western t. j-1''-v'v;,r''H- ,r--
At Cleveland: Oberllrr 4l; ' Case 24.
. At Granville: Miami 19; Denlson 0,
,. At Delaware, Ohio: iTesleyan 1; De
pauW . O.Wv -:- V v'-v'S " '.
At Hiram: .. Hiram .11'. Bethany 0.
, At Indianapolis: , Butler 0; Earlham 0,
i At Terrs Haute, Ind.: Rose Polytech
nic ; Wabash t.'i,;& A?.'!;'
,. At Ames, Iowa: Missouri tti Ames
- At Dee Moines: Des Moines . Col
lege 19; Iowa Wesleyan 0.
At . Omaha: Crelghton tt; Belle-
Vue s 0. 'ix v-':':'-5'i Vk VKi";'"-1' '&::' " ;;'W
i At Lincoln, Neb.i a Nebraska 7; Has
kell . .-:f' ' ; .
At Providence: Brown ! Spring
field v'wsi:--i-f.;''i:;;' ' jty
At Mlddletown:- Weleyan 9; Am
berst ''O.'S ':;'.';::?
i At Appleton: Lawrence f; Belolt 0.
ir At Manhattan: ? Kansae . University
it; Aggies . . ' - .
At Uouth ,end: Notre Dame Mt;
Alma 0. '
s ChavetB to Open Training. s
f Loa Angeles, : Oct. XC Benny. Chaves-
of Trinidad, s" Colo., arrived -here
today to train for . his' 20 round
match ' at Vernon November 4 with
Eddie Campl of San Francisco, The
winner will be sent against Kid Wil
liams in December,- - , , , i
j ':: - i i m if-. v ?: ;.. r.v :
Iowa Beats Northwestern..
' Chicago. III.; Oct 25. Iowa mauled
Northwestern, 78 to 6, on North
western field In Evanston. this after
noon. , At no Mme were the Methodists
any. match for their opponents, : v
. CHESS AND- CHECKERS
, .,, , . , J
, Conducted by A. O. Johnson.
The annnal chess tournament of the Portland
Cheaa and Checker elub la sow-In (nil swing
and many exciting and weenly contested, matches
are Ming pmyea tt ins enecierea ooaru. -JVot
only la Emannel Laakar... the : nreaent
world's - champion, a , fine cheaa player, but
Ma ; brother, Edward lar, wno resiaea in
London, la alao a player ot maater rank. - The
followinr fame Glared between Bdward leaker
and Alexander- Alecbln, the beat ot the younger
generation of Bnaatan plarare, baa a ratber
curtoua ending - The game annotated by the
world a chammon. who deea not oealtate In
picking -out flaws B his brother's garnet .
1 ' INVBBTKO BiaUAN .
White . r ' Black - -
Id, banker : ' Alechin V .v -i :.'
1 F Q4 : , 1 V KB - --
3 P K4 , . PxP, . ,
8 Kt OBJ ' . '
8. Ft KB8 efferg Blackmar'a- eaeond gambit,
and, in. eertam eoattnirencleey epporrunitlea
for brllllanca: It la doubtful, however, whether
2. P K4 la good enough for white, aa. In addi.
Hon to the pawn, black obtains a rapid develop.
ment ' " j.
The naual stovs Is 4,B -KKtB, to which black
would reply Kt B3, or V M; then 6 BxKt
KPxB; e KUP, g K2 or Q KCS, aceordlng
to als roorut aaov - ' . . , v.- :.'
5 PxP ' ' PiP ' -
T QKl . s ...
This seems to be the beat line. -If 7 B 4JB4,
black deeeloM kia game by T . '..., Pb.8;
8 KKt K3, B gs, etc. . - i- , , ,
8 BsKt ' . " , KPxB ; -
Caatlea - B Q8 J 1
lOKtxft U' V-Uaatle X " f ', y.
Thla move leaea the fame', aa It enables black
to open tha B'S file for the OR. Better waa
11 (J B3, ' Q Q2;.. 13 B B4cb, K Raqi 18
Kt KZ The opportunity to get rid of tie
black bliBoD would recur. ,
11 . . . PxEt
Alecbln t nlars with the excellent v ludrment
ef poaltloa that .characterises the cbsmplone.
The open file Is the deciaWe factor.
J3 J US -if' .-.-.-.. - . ...--:.:.... .:- ,
13 B B4ch . . , K B
13 B Kts
Kt KUS t . ,..,-.., ..
y..'.V V a ::":;,.:?::.
16 Ktrr-m ::":,:- B KtS . l.."-v". V
Black wbhea to pier P QKt4 and, therefore,
muat first protect the blahop. ' : !'
17 KB B i,. v W P Kt4 ' : ' '
18 B 03 ' .". ' . '-(';..
18 K Kuq was Imperative; l( then; 18 . . . .
KUBP: 13 BxKt. BxB; IS QxB. P KtS; 21
Q 114. etc. Black, nowaver, would probably
have dlaearded thla line of play In faror of
g B3,. followed by P QE4. : :;,m- . .
is . .. . ... .At vocs
J PxKt would lead speedily to dleaater, as
p Kta and PiKt would epaa up aU the flies
fortlack's pieces.. "... f r :...; .v.f,v jf
30 R Q j. ;',.,vj' e ' P Kt8 t:x--t'i?f.i-:;
trap, with tbe object of winning rba BP,
which evmea off. If 33 PiP, BxPt 23 Q Q2,
k would reply g KKt4. ; y,..,.';,;;;-;, c
24 gga :-.-.':;
Korced. . If 34 . .
BxBch: 2S BxB, wins.
g KB -
25 BPxB . ? ;, v
26 K Ktl -V,y , ;
VI B KB ,!
The next swre Is stronger than BV-QB3; It
aacrlflces e pawn,' bat gets rid ef the rooka
with, a certain draw. With the rooks ta play,
white has a difficult game, owing to . the
exposed position of bis ling.. -. ' .
37 . . , . . . V ., KXK ,'.'
38 QxB ', , ,. ;OxPch
29 K RS :S.vf Cvtff.-r P KRI
BO U AS i 4
QrKBP, and white has a draw by
nerneiuai cnevs.- i
81 P B4 ' ' ' P KR4 ' :
sag bt ' g ks ; ' ',
'ine ODject or tne iaat two moves is to pro
vide an eacape for tbe king,' leaving tbe queen
to aealat la the promotion of (he UP. White,
however, should, atlU set a;- dtaw by means
f the queen's side pawns. it
83 Q B8ch . , .
8 gxBP was-simpler. If leas anterprialog.
v . :,..,..
OlRP ' 1 "?
Q H4 i '
Q K4 .
P Rd , , r
P-K6 '-' , - .
85 p gs
86 g Bft
St i Kt4
88 P Q6
80 O B2ch
Tbe loaiug mora, as It helps black to bring
hla king Into safety. The correct -line waa:
89 P WT. P RTl 40 P OS Q, p RfJQj 41
g gs, ch, and gxRP 4i . .. g ks; 4a
88 . . . . .-, P B4 ,
40 P Q7
-V.. P RT
;:'r,..' g(B is ; t. :.'r:,:
s.-1! ' K lt4'i':V
x ' " .. -. r- '.i ' '': '
the mate in two. but the
43 ggH) stsek
44 g R6eh ;,..H'
45 3xP -:.-.-v" i
game Is loat la any vaaa, as white Is without
a paaaed pawn, and black would simply have
to maneuver to tbange off oueeoa, with a won
pawn ending. ..
45 ... r g QBScb ; '
Problem 3T. 43 By at BAveL
' BbAOX ' '
"JLj "LJ Cl Q
i nor . n
-an n n
ti n .nAi
:;V ''-:.-WH1T81 y ; ;: i T'1 ;
' Whits io. move and mtte fn three more.
: White men--King on hla QR2, rook on -Q3,
bl.hop on kRaq., queen en VM.S, knight oo
Conducted by It. II. Scott.
Tbe headquarters of the Portland Cbeaa end
Checker elub are located la the Commonwealth
building, room 204, Sixth and Ankeny streets.
Open to vlattors from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m.
golutioa to Problem He. 100.. . - i
Black T. , king on 20. i ,
Vthlie 23, i7, king on 1. ,
White to play and win. . rs. -v v;
r 1- 0 . T-ll . 17-83 8-14 . 27 24 10-18
S-18 S3-1S - S. O f 28-81" 20-27 W wins
- , 2- 6 22-26 - ' .
, Problam Jf o. 101 Author trnknewa.."' .
Black a. king 25. i , , ,
X.N . JTA1WT XVWW .VlW
White 17. 22, king 85. ' , : "
.Walt to. play ana win.. t i t
Prollem Vo. 10, by W. . Call. )
1 Blaek 22. klnf .U0.
I . . wv .iv -ckVN'r ev"'
. vwxvx Nvtvm x wnx'
H ::; M . - Ilk
While, king Itt, 23;
o White tu nlay and- win.
-"Home ' more Uebermaa 'and D'Orle recent
match gimea: , ,
' - Game Ho, 84 Zdlaburg Ixohanga. " , '
Black H'Orto. W hite Ueberman.
0-18 : 8-15 . lB-24 14-17 . T-lfl - 10-24
.33-17 Z8-30 Z8-l , 34-14 35-31
82-29 : I
15-H , i
Drawn. . I
e- e a o- 9
23-10 b 27-23
11-18 - 4-8
18 U 24-20
0- 18 ; 10-26 8. 7
23-is " 81-Kl ;: lo-is
1- B 8-11 ieio
IS- 80-2S 28-16
JI -14 11-16 4 13-19
26-23 a 20-11 23-18
; (sJ A good
4b) Hot so
ood eofMerratlve' tine
aggresuve, rat, nsentorioaa for a
(c) Now Will e tbe Wisp geaerany brought
a. as aVIUu. . ' '
-18 15-23 6-14 aid r " 6-14 ? 4- 3 !
.tS-19 28-18 2T-23 23-18 20-29 ;i M-20
lt-19 .10-14 ' 8-11 1- 6. 1J-15 v 16-24
22-18 18- V ",' 26-23 -18- ft v. 26-23 v S8-18
(d) The eaaleat way of playing this ending.
Tbe old way by T-IO, 28-18, 13-17. 23-18, aT, la
not so ggreaatve and glvea whits the -best of
the. ending,' a - ' ..:.. .-,...".,
:- ' Game no. S Edingburg Zxohaoge. -;
; Black I.lehermao. White D'Orto. ' :
s-13 S0-28b 8-11 ; 28-18 : , 1- S . 82-38
: 83-17-f -4-.H ,L 34-20 10-16 f. gTSv'" 15-24 '5 '
J8-23" 26-33- 15-34 .10-10 :. 9-14 i 28-10 '
25-18 6- 9 0 2H-19 7-33 18- 9 18-1T ?
11-1S a 28-19 t 2- 6 , 26-19 8-14 ' v JB-lfl d
18-11 0-18 81-2T, 6-10 . 80-26 .
: S-18 27-28" 6- 9 ? 22-18 1W5 TJrtWB
(a) varies from the preceding game and Is
- (bHUaa known than 81-17. x' '-,!-.-( ':.. '
(c) A decided Improvement en 841. Since Hugh
Benderaon lnat tn D'Orlo and tha fall e AlfrA
Jordan In hl aubacrlntkin match with nmUr.
on i is ueemea neat to erke It -at tbls stage.
ueDennan s introauction ot S-9 eeems O, K.
' (d) A nice original gam evenly eooteated.
Same So. 49 Switch r. .
21- 14 :
-T'rto'. A ..' ! . W'hlte TJebermaa,
18-23) 10-18 a T-14 iK-sa oi.ia
io-ii ; , iw-ju iT-iu-
4. a :
1 24 ,
a- 6 i
. S- ( v ' " ,.
t, nltr r(.
(a) With a game down originality muat be
(ought and for this reaaon this more was taken,
(b) Cauxht. It la a very blind move, eape.
dally whan concentrating the mind to the DoeV
albliltlea of 2-6. " . 7 .
. flu,. Va. av . . - .
; 1".- 9". 16-19
1B -14 e 13-10 (
14 -17 10- 6
11-16 28 19 0 14 21 14
21-17 - : 8- 9 ' 18- 0 10-26
9-13 ' 30-2S b 6-14 81-23
25-21 ) 1-16 25-23 10-14
8-11 - 22-18 : 4-6 . 33-18
24-19 a 18-23 17-11 ' 1- 6
15-34 HHT - 14-17 20-25
17-23 ly drawn.
a) In taking thla defrnea It Waa a nf
good Judgment. Ieberaian Is tlmrotiahlr poet,
ed oo the 17-14 eut be learned the weak spots
of the 28-18 line In the Tanner-O'Orle match,
and weak as this 24-19 may be. It answered tbe
purpose on. this occnalon. ,
(b) Appear to be a ! sound defense, ; sad
much better than 83-18. '
(e) Securing the desired draw." rri-.'".
Final acorel D'Orlo 1, l.lebertn.n 1, drawn 8.
Black man King en hla K.I, knight on QB8,
pawns on QKt3, jB4 and KH8. V
Tho names of tlxwe anndlng In eornwt solni
Stlona will lie puhllntiBd tno weeW from ttKlay,
leaae addrexa all rhena comniiiuliatloua to A.
. Johnaou, 3U4 Fifth itrei t, l'ortlaud. Or. i
Prrrf.lein No. 46 haa apparently proM
Sticker to our problem solver, who will ba
given one more week In which to find the
various key mores. ....
Unjust Decisions 'Alleged: to
Have Beaten Edgar , Frank
' : and Walter Williams. .
Unjust decisions robbed the Multno
mah Club's representatives of a clean
sweep la , the Portola boxing and wrest
ling meets In San Francisco. George Mc
Carthy, the ..winged "M" middleweight
wrestler, was tbe only northern athlete
to win a decision la the finals. ';
Edgar E. Frank, whose return to the
mat was a surprise to his fellow club
members, after having the sh6ulders of
nis opponent Helno pinned to the mat
with the' deadly scissors hold, was
robbed of the decision,' In the prelim
inaries, Multnomah's great 125 pounder
beat H. C. Skllllng of the University
of Californl n X minute and 48 seo
ono. y-:lh the eeml-flnals, Frank beat
Merriclt, another. University of Califor
nia wrestler,' after five minutes and I
seconds. .':-, -v.i v ! .:',ti..'-
He wrestled with Helno for' 13 min.
u tea and 20 seconds, when the referee
declared Frank's shoulders were pinn'd
to the mat A telegram from the soutk
stated i tuat Frank had. Helno beaten
twice during the matchwien the two
grapplers rolled off the mat. . : This
caused the referee to caution Frank,
;Th, awarding of the olt-U&ffiFintRfPiVP fl-TiJ?1
lone iri the special hoxln match kaalnat if ? 1I98 18. 0n." 1901., 1903 ifed
Walter Williams of the Multnoman
Club ' did not meet with the approval
of the fans present, and they hissed
Walter WilUams of th. Multnoman
the referee's decision for five minutes.
Williams will likely meet Malene again
when the Coast boxing championships
are neid nere next month. J .
The - following messages relative to
the unjust decisions given the club's
representatives were (received during
San Francisco. Oct 23. E. J. O'Con-
nell. Wre'stUng Instructor Multnomaj
Club; Portland. Or. Ed (meaning Ed
gar Frank! beat Juch in 1 minute an.l
Merrick in 4 minutes. Both University
California wrestlers. - Then wrestled
Helno of the Olympio club. Had Helno
beaten to death with scissors when
they rolled off ths mat. . Referee calleJ
Ed down. . I beat Haxxard in 9 minutes
and McKay in 4 minutes 33 seconds.'
t Signed) ' M'CARTHYr
6an Francisco, 6ct24. -Toto Tracey.
M. A. A. C Portland, Or. Williams
lost decision. - Decision very unpopular.
Crowd hissed referee for five minutes.
(Signed) " E. E. FRANIt
Ban Francisco. al Oct.-23. Multno
mah Club. , Portland. Or. Frank had
man thrown -twice, then did not win:
decision unjust. (Signed)
MULTNOMAH CLUB MEMBERS.
WHITE SOX. CLEAN OUT
- GIANTS AT ST.. JOSEPH
'. V.' . ' aaaMaaMMawesaasi -J - 1 1
" St.; Joseph, Mo, Oct.i 25. The White
Sox defeated the Giants four to ' three
here today in a game featured by sen-
aational . fielding. . Mathewson twirled
for v the New . Yorkers, and Leverens
for the ' Chicago aggregation. Craw
ford and Chase starred at bat. the for
mer making four hits out of the same
number of trips tO' the plate, and the
latter ' three- out :.-of -s four s attempts.
Leverens was wild but fast x work by
his team mates saved him. - -
' Score: - R. H. E.
Chicago .....,....,....,.,.,..4 11. 2
New York ........ ..8 3 3
Batteries: ; ; Leverens and Schalk;
Mathewson and .Meyers.'' :."--
MUCH FEARED IDAHO -MACHINE
AT OREGON'S -ATTACK
. (Continued. From Page One.) -
down on ft straight line buck through
iert tackle and Fenton kicked goal, ; .
, , , Psnton Xftkes Place Kick. 1
- Fenton booted "70 yards on the kick
tff. The ball was put in play on the
2Q yard ; line. . Oregon was penalised
hers five yards for being offside, Or
egon's first attempt at the forward pass
was a failure. - A line buck by Brad
Shaw and a quarterback run netted Or
egon nothing, v Malarkey advanced the
ball 15 yards In three downs. - Cornell
called for a place kick and Fenton
dropped back 10 yards and sent the ball
clear between the posts.
A 45 yard return of Idaho's kick Off
by Bryant and a successful forward
pass from Fenton to Cornell for i IS
yards, placed the spheroid ' on . Idaho'
28 yard line. .. On . a delayed -quarter
back run Cornell made 25 yards for a
touchdown, Fenton : kicking goal. , Or
egon punted on the first down after the
klckoff ' to Idaho, which advanced the
ball to the middle of. the field. Lock.
hart made 35 yards on an end run and
the half was . over. Score Oregon 17.
Idaho 0. f.--, ifi?-;-
Bradahaw returned the ball forty five
yards before being downed at the Open
ing of the third quarter. - Cornell made
eight yards and Malarkey one in the
next; two downs. Cornell called for a
place kick. Fenton dropped back and
kicked goal from the IS yard Una
: y: 'iw; s:f vn vrogox's so xexo. uaa, : t,
Cornell returned ' Idaho's klckC JJ
yards. Oregon was penalised for hurd
ling. Idaho got tbe ball on Oregon's
punt Jardlne and Brown executed two
clever delayed passes for eight yards
and it was Idaho's ball on the 25 yard
line. Idaho could not make yardage
and the ball went back to Oregon. Ore
gon could make nothing. Griffith's men
mado ten yards on a double pass and
Phillips made an tmpuceesnful attempt
at a field, goaj? from the .20 yard line.
Score 1 Oregon " 20,' ldaho; a-i;; . !j- ':
.Idaho fumbled the ball on her own
31 yard .line at the opening of the
fourth quarter. Oregon tried two un
successful forward passes - and' Cornell
called for a third. Fenton received the
ball from Bradahaw and went over for
a touchdown. Fenton .kicked -goal;' A
pretty forward pass, netting Oregon 13
yards,' and an attempt lat placement by
Fenton from the 28,--yar(j line' ended
the half. Final aeore:. Oregon 27;
' Coach Pink Griffith Bald: "The better
team won. . They were too heavy for us.
Our offense was broken up an account !
of Purdy'a injury. . The team- did not
fljfht as I thought they Woirid."
Coach Bezdck: "Fair. Tho line did
not come up to expectations,' Bfadshaw
played & fine game for two days' prac-
ucn in nis position; :,'!;,', r
.' ' ',
.". , Wlest
,'i . .' Mall
, . Holden
Idaho. ' ,- . Poe. $ k
reWold, Plnirle. L. K. It. , i-. i
Phillips, Favre. .L.T.H.
Oronintrer, , ,
McClnnahsn ..It. O. Ik,..,,
KlnniHon ... . . ,It. T. J. , . . .
Jack Johnson. . , It, K. L...
: Lockliart . .. . ...Q. ...
Jardlne,' ' . ,
Loukhart . ;'. .1.. H. It .
Brown .-.It It. L.,
lwnudson, Lookbart.F. . ..
. .. illarky
. i.... iiyaut
1'. f. :' .
WORLD'S PEIIiIlT 15',
New York, Baltimore, Chicago
'and ' Philadelphia '.Won thp -
.Championship Twice.- .
V'',' " i. i.". --f '
ELEVEN ;T0WNS CLAIM . '
. ti ir i n-t im-r , i iimnn
Series Have Been. Running for
. Period Covering Twenty
.'; Nine Years,-' - ;
Twenty-two times have the pennant
winners of the country fought for the
world's: championahlD on th dbtmnnri.
Fifteen times the world's ohampionatilp
KciuicLiiv ; . iiuo , ureciea over national
wvrr 4-.ow mrx in ine woria s series or
A x- v , . . . ..... . ' ;
- - - - in wiimnm yiiw in ins-:
inter-league , series for the Ameriaan ':
innsus riuus ana mo sixtn one sine the
ani i sua aa hid rrsxi . n-4 a u t v.w
u. : 4V4XB OL AJVUII CIUD i.
ui oia American BBsociatton cap- -
n 'eij.ijyvwsi)yni in 1POQ, f
ins wuriu bot n ash Ta si am it as wsairy - -
J ., Jiarring the years tn which- n
arames wars nlaved the rtnar.aae.-inn flrht ':
lur ina nDz or ina nnaenaii war it tia ..
been an "established custom. i, ., ; ; ;
-w .. rvravt a tiue . tot as Jftnasia- . wcbe nr..,.
the Mississippi, river but once when it -was
won by the Bt. Louis team of the v
American- aaanolatlnn ;.. In icet . tph- .
chamnianahin. fiav ian Tna .rn..4 .
flag without a home. ' It has; floated
Louis. Detroit. - New York. Lmilvllli ,
Cleveland, Bostons 4 Baltimore. 1 Pitts-
KllaB BIMirl Vklln A.I.UI. . - , ev-'f;- . . -.v-.
'' The results of the series 'arej:-'';:i';;W
' .; , r- -v- names
"f' ' 1 winners,?: ;;4'-v.?Won -J
5S ;11",'0'. L.).,.ii.ta..., 3
??? nw- ims i. JUwJ-.,.r..
ISSf (N. L.l.v.,,,,,.., a
1890 iouisvllle (N. L.). i...:?'" a
1893 -Boston (N?- Lw A iivi HrjT.n . .:
1884 New Tnrlr f XT t. f'-' Vi,-
...v ,r.qilliiu in. a .k ......... . -a m
1896 Uultlmora IN.. 11 . . . . . i A .i
1 303 Boston ( Ai U), . . , . ,- 5
r?w 3w-. iwn,. in. U., 6 t
m uiih s 'nine aatA a r i
- n o s m .S' Sk e .til. w -..-ir..
190? Pittsburg, N, L.) . , , . . .:: ii. 4 :
4?4 fniiaaeipnia. t A. JU;..,..,it, .4 .
i?H Philadelphia ' (A. .L.). ..t . t, 4 ;
1012 Boston. A.: 1.1..;. ... .;L..;.,Vi
".. . I A. M J . . ...,,' .'. .ft.:.
.' 1 i. .:.'::.:; via111 'i-.
1884 Metropolitans. (A.-A.).'.,",. v
1888 St. Louis, i A.' AK.. Aii s i : A if- -! t -k :
voce CUI.... . e ... ... ...v .":('S:-
1?87 St.t Louis, (A, A.)...i,,'.,A-;. 4
a aa cfc. ti i a. . n- . .......... a jt . r;m .
1890 Brook vn. 4A. A.i " S
1893 Baltimore. VN. L.. A : 1';
1893 Cleveland. N. L.),,.,,.,,,,,., ,0
lB7.fimsto4Ny''l)j 1 'f-
1903 Pittsburg, (N."iUii.,.V.A.-j, Arn-g
1005 Philadelphia. (A. L.).... A...: 1
190 Chlciiffn ritf. TI t
i uiiv a lam srt i e gaa n
- ' - " O S X - f WPWWWW W- W :
1908 Detroit. (A
1809 Detroit -(A
1910 Chicago, (N,
911 New.-York, N,- L.) ...'. ,i,,i..?3
912 New York, (N. L.),.,.....A.. 3 ?
1813 New "Vork, (N.-L... I
- WO series 1S91. 18.1. 1898 to 1902,
1904. - From 1884 to 1890, National V
league vs. American association. 1394 -
to I97,'.Twnple cup. seriea.j.f-:,;,,.'
t , . V , mi i ain.i ' ' ' f 1
FIRST. ROUND PLAYED
ery Turn in :BestIjNetBI
. Score at Llnks,';-t
B. De Scbweinlta and H. M. Mentsom- V
ry, who turned In the net score of 73. '
wcm winners In the first qualifying' ,
round of the Directors' Cup play of thw
Wayerly Country club "yesterday. , Jor..'
don fSan turned ; in the lowest froa ,
core, 83.: but his handicap was not as 3,
big aa that of Da Schwetnlta an.l Xtnn t.
gonery. '-',-4.v- r-; :'-
Over one hundred players took parsi
In : the first qualifying round and , It-
Is expected that a large ; number will,
play In today's qualifying round. The,
third and fourth qualifying rounds wl.t.
be played on Saturday and Sunday, No-'
Temper a ana " e' --O ; .TA
yesterday's results: Xfr ' v.
' ' ' .-" Gross'Haiidik'Netr'
Flayers Score, s : can. finnra. ,
E. Ie rJohwelnlts.... 87 1 Uf 73
1L M. Montaoirrerv. BO ;'' ."' 18 .
Jordan Zan ......j 88 ' ' ' 10 ' ?$.
A.D.- Norris. ...... JtiAi-AlS V-W-Us?,
O. . Lombard ..... . .',' 37 , -nt 1 7 86 -::: .
K. CooklngbmV.k-V,'' 3 'if Ai 11 .'.,Vf 32
ii. n. iiokiana .....
K. 1), Cox ...... vAlOO
13. L. Laaarus ......113
:;.' 11 : ,,.'.:.';, 11
... . .: .. ' .v . . ... ...
WELSH. WILL CHALLENGE '
RITCHIE AT CROSS FIGHT?
New York, ' Oct 25. Stilt s "vexed'
becauHe his mill with Willie " Ritchie .
in Vancouver fell , through. Freddie
Welsh, the Kngllsh lightweight chain
pion, t la here tonight and i will chal
lengev Ritchie from the ringside next
"Wednesday night f, when he fights
Leach Cross. - .v...:.r'..':'.' :;;-A.';;':-r :'
But If Welsh is vexed, his 'manageri?
Harry Pollock, is rabid. pollock roasts
Ritchie to a turn for what he calls
a run-out; He said: "If Cross forces
tha milling, ha will easily win."
Welsh an4 Pollock will leave - here
Immediately after the : Ritchie 'fight
for Kenosha, Wis., where Welsh will
meet Kddle Murphy, of Boston for' 19
rounds on. Novembgr 10, '-:;:. ::', '"l
MOTOR BOAT CLUB TO ;;
GIVE SMOKER FRIDAY
The Pnrtland Motor Boat Club 'will ;
K'.ve Its first smoker of the season next
Friday night. Chairman iC, K. liiU of
the entertainment committee has ar
ranged an excellent; program : f or . the
evening. ;.!. v v ' ; : .(' ;::'..''
Tallut will be given by Commodeee
rioodt, George Klnnear, J5r;' Jack Tatcg,
W. H.- Curtis and A. A. Hoover.' Thaek
vviU also be several singing salccUorii
on the program. . ':.
- Dave Campbell, captain and ent m
the 190V Harvard toum, hs Joined the
coacilno; blaff at Catnbiliigc. -