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DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVENING, . NOVEI.IUEK 8, 1813.
UP WONDERFUL GOLF
OVER TACOMA COURSE
British Marvels Beat North-
west Professionals Two Up1
. , in". Best Match Played,.
'fffe.:, ..,;ab. . :V'. '
Tacoma. Wash., . the
' best ' four .ball professional golf game
ever seen In the northwest and de
clared by Harry B, Davis ths Portland
a tar, to be better even than., the treat
, game he and Chandler , Egan v played
agalnat the men from Albion, Harry Var
don ana Edward Bay defeated i. Jim
Barnes) of Tacoma and Robert John
stone, : of Seattle, yesterday J Up and
1 to play. ,Theyt played , out th bye
hole(and, Vardon and Ray winning and
, the score going- to 8 up, for the En-
.:; gllahmen. . r, i''f ,S 'i;.'.;
. Vardon played a wonderful game. Go
ing oyer ue course for the first time In
" the morning he carded a 71 score, two
down on par. ; Iir the afternoon he wen
, out in 34 and back m S3, putting up a
, new record of the course, 17 Strokes.
, One thousand enthusiasts witnessed the
. The start of the morning round wa
,not made until shortly after 11 o'clock
, as the : Englishmen , were, delayed by
passing through the custom house and
-did not arrive on the course. until 10:46
c'oloclc. They Jumped out-of an auto
mobile upon their arrival, changed shoes
. and . then mounted the teeing mat for
tli start of the match.
Vardon was given the honors and was
followed by Ray. ' Both drove more than
200 yards, but ware short on their sec
onds. Barnes and Johnstone were on
with .their seconds, but tha Tacoma man
: missed his putt,, for a four." Johnstone
. sunk his and the - northwestern pros
1 were one up on the first green.' In driv
' ing the Second. Vardon sliced fhtp the
rough, but Vardon went on the green.
Johnstone laid ; his approach up dead
. for a three and he and Ray halved the
- : The third hole, a 100 yard oleelc shot.
saw Vardon and Barnes both drop on
the green, while Johnstone and Ray fell
in the sand pit to the left. Barnes won
the nolo by a three, when he sunk his
second putt, Vardon failing to ciip the
ball. The fourth hole was halved In
Both Vardon and Barnes holed out in
fours on the fifth.; The sixth, a ' 445
yard hole, saw. the Englishmen pick VP
one. All hands got fours on the seventh
4S4- th -. GI?leuJteIs1itb...,"went ,jEtho
north westerners with fours, giving them
The long ninth, S80 yards from tee to
pin, saw Barnes come to his own. A
S00 yard drive and a brassle, which gave
him a 28 yard pitch, allowed him to hole
a four, while Vardon and Ray were .held
to fives. At the turn Barnes and "John
stone were three up, tha best advan
tage thoy enjoyed during, the day.
The difficult tenth hole, with Its
carry of 330 yards to, the green over
lofty trees, found Ray at his besW Al
though be bad never played the bole
before, his was the only -ball on the
green when the gallery arrived upon the
scene. - Ray holed a three and the north
western professionals had their lead out
to two up The short 149 yard eleventh
gave three all around and 'halved -the
hole. -v. ;?!: ri.-::-- -:i - Ml
. Showing Tardon Caa Tatt, y:.
.ATI hands were on the twelfth In twos,
but Vardon holed a J5-f ooter tor a
three an the locals were then but one
up. Johnstone was the only one failing
to hole a three on the thirteenth, while
Barnes was the only one to go over par
on the fourteenths Par golf on the part
of the visitors gave them,the fifteenth
and squared the match, " t ' - , 1
The sixteenth,' in: both morning and
afternoon rounds, was ' productive of
sensations, In both of these Ray fea
tured, there being nothing ' like a bole
of 800 yards or better to bring out the
long game of the giant Englishman.
His drive was a too yard tee "hot,
which landed him in the rough, but to
the astonishment of the gallery, he took
his brassle, bounced the ball over the
dangerous bunkers and was 10 feet be
yond the pin in two. The sixteenth is
620 yards from mat to pin. Mot to be
outdone by his brilliant teammate, Var
don took , his mashle and dropped the
ball dead to the hole for a four. John
stone and Barnes, took par fives and
were down for the first time during the
day. Fours halved the seventeenth and
eighteenth and they went to lunch, with
the English professionals holding the
advantage by one hole, v ;
; All fonr got long drives to start the
afternoon. Vardon slicing into the road
that marks the boundary. - It was fata
second out of the gravel that marked
him. e tho really great player that ho
is. With a lie which would have caused
amny a man to pick up, he dropped a
mid-iron shot on the green ISO yards
It remained for Johnstone to win the
second with a three and they were all
square., They -halved the third with
, Tar don's 'Great Drive.
.Vedon won, ha hola with , three,
giving the Vfeitorenhe advantage again.
All were, on the green or at its edge
in two on the fifth, but Johnstone holed
a '40-footer for a three, again squaring
the match. The sixth halved with
fours. The' seventh was also - halved
with Jours, The eighth hole was halved
in fours. -'
On the. ninth; green,' after everyone
else was on in threes, Verdqn ran down
a .' 15-footer for a four and again the
Visitors were one up. Jim Barnes made
a great drive over the trees for the
tenth, holed a three and won the hole, -
Johnstone dropped his 140-yard pitch
shot dead up for the only two of the
day on the eleventh and the northwest
enters were again playing an up game.
The twelfth was halved with fours and
the thirteenth with three, Johnstone be
ing forced to run down a 1 -footer. '
They all played fours on the four
teenth. They were all on the fifteenth
in twos with the exception of John
stone, but when Vardon ran down bis
ball after, a putt of 25 yards tha gallery
gasped to the realisation that the match
waa aquare. . :l
This they.pressed relentlessly. Ray,
driving his long ball, was in the bunker
in his second. Vaveon and Barnes
nltched onto the anreen in threes.' but
Jdhnstone was a little to the right. As
Ray entered the pit of the bunker the
gsiiery gathered around. Ixf ting tre
ball with his nlbllc, he dropped it dead
on the green. A long putt which barely
trickled into the cup gave him the holt
ana ne ana varaon were one up wita
two to go.
It was the crisis of the match and
the English veterans had arisen su
perior to .the occasion. ' Barnes faltered
ever so slightly, ionnstone cracked.
The Seattle pro's drive was siloed and
his second hooked into the woods. : Pit
ted against the two great Englishmen,
Barnes was forced to take a five to
Rays four and the match was the vis
itors', two up and one to- play. They
played out the bye hole, - Johnstone
still unstrung. Ray, however, press
ing the advantage, . went on the green
In two 10 feet beyond the flag and
holed out in four. , Barnes went down
in five and Vardon and Ray were three
UP.' ' -- - '
The Korea: i BIaOI 8T
- Harry Vardoa,
Morning round 11 I '
Out 5 4 4 8 4 4 4 B M
la .....4 8 8 8 4 44 4 3Tl
Out ... ,..,4 4 8 8 4 4 4 4 84
la. .'.4 8 4 8 4 8 4 4 4 83T 18S
, ' Wwere may, .
Morning round .
Out ,.k, ...... .5 8 4 4 8 4 4 8 6 3
Is .....8 8 4 8 4 4 4 4 4 84 Tt
Ia Hr.m.i i 4 4 71 , 148
James at Barnes.
' Horning round '
Out ....,...,,.. 4 8 8 4 B 4 4 4 .
I J............4 8 4 8 8 9 8 4 & BT4 -
Afternoon round i . i'
Out 4 441444 I! ST
la ..8 8 4 8 t 4 B ft 67 74-ltt
Uornlng roand "L ' ' r
Out 4 8 4 8 8 844 B 8T
la .............4 8 4 4 4 8 8 4 T-T4
Atttrnoon round- . . ' . b
Out 6 8 4 4 8 4 8 8 8-8
la t .. . ...V.....4 9 4 8 4 4 8 8 a 8B-T4 148
Vardon and Bay's beat ball for the Hay foi-
lOwa: ''-..i-.Vy.w i .
Morning round -"H
Out .,....,,....8 9 4 8 4 4 4 8 8 8T
In .............8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 83-88 ' ,
Atternooa muut t.- ' v
Out ............4 4 11114 4 434
la .............4 8 4 8 4 8 4 4 4 84.88 -187
Barnes and Jobutene's beet ball for - tbe
.. AftarnaoA fmtnit ...v .... I
nut . . a
la 3 4 8 4 4 ft B 6 36- ltt
,-i The beat ball for the Say tollowai .-
Out ...... 4 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 488
la .............8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 483 88
Afternoon round . ....
Out 4 a 1 l a 4 4 4 4 S3
la ...... ...... .8 9 4 8 4 8 4 4 41-89128
.,' ' , Dnrnt to Box McCarthy.
'. San Francisco; Nov, 6. Frahkle Barns
of Oakland and Jfohnny McCarthy of San
Francisco are scheduled today to clash
here Friday night In the headllner of the
fonr round show, Otner bouts carded
are; . iiK'-'-f ' Ai.:-vr,"CL:.'.i::;':;'
Lee Johnson vs. Picato; Al Rogers va
Tom Nicola: Kid Expoelto va Toung
Watanabe, a Japanese; Pick Kendall vs.
Dummy Thomas; .Kid.; Romeo vs. Joe
Reijly; Soldier Woods va Billy Weeks;
Jim Drexel vs. Billy Gordon. - ,
.4 8 8 8 4 8 4 4 488 mA
.4 8484584 4-rfft-T4
.4 3 3 4 8 4 4 4 8 M
'! Rysn Turned Over to Toledo."
Reports from the eaat are to the ef
fect that Buddy Ryan, former Port
lander, has been turned over to Toledo
of the American association by the
Cleveland Americans. ;:
A low grade man Judges his friends
by what they are willing to do for him.
OilLY EIGHTCARS EACH
- PHOENIX TO GET CASH
Olin Davis Made 674,4, Miles
,jn..l 8. H'.andSba -.Minutes,-""'"'.
Phoenix, Aria.. Kov. 8-Only eight
case out of tha IS which started Mon
day reached here yesterday in time to
qualify in the annual : Ixa Angeles
Phoenix .automobile road race. , Olln
Davis, the winner, made the 874.4 miles
over boulevard, mountain and desert in
the official time of 18 hours and 48
minutes, nearly three houre ahead of
his neareat competitor, on elapsed time
for the total dlatance. s -'-.. i,:
Tha order of the finish and total run
ning time of the other seven cars fol
low: Guy Ball, Harmon car, 21:48.
Xjoula Nikrent, Bulck, 22:48. :
Jack Rice, Simplex, 11:88.
' Buxton, Mercer, 28:18, . , ' .r'-
Oreer, Mitchell. 14:01. , " V
Ellis, Bulck, 24:04. -
Schnack, Ford, 24:40. -
'; Rice, driving Simplex No. 22, finished
In fourth place after one of the moet
sensational races on record. His csr
overturned and . rolled down a bluff.
Calling aid, he got in, righted and
started away, only to overtake Barney
Oldfleld, his team mate, who had broken
a driving shaft. Carrying Oldfleld aa a
passenger. Rice drove Into Phoenix la
FOOTBALL NOTES J
Captain Hoge, of the Army eleven, and
Gilchrist, the Navy leader, both play
Wagner, ' Pittsburg's star football
player, Is not related to Honus Wagner,
the Pirate shortstop.
The Harvard eleven has been extreme
ly fortunate this season insofar as In
juries to players are concerned.
Charley Brlckley, the great Harvard
punter, is a bad punisher of shoe leather.
it Is not an uncommon thing tor Charley
to use two pairs of shoes in a single
game, and then tosa them aside forever
after the contest, , .
Wilson.. of the Tale squad, who waa
first tried at quarter. Is making bril
liant showing as a running back. , v,
Eddie Hart and "Doe" Hlllnhrand ar
working oveFSIme at Princeton trying
to bolster up the Tiger rushline for the
';'- , e : , '
In heat In r Vnth M1Iim an Wl..
cifluJIitt Sii:7livan.' as-wT Have" 2i4wff
i 4ouiua.li m me miaaie west so
far this selson. , .
e af1 - 1
Dartmouth Is in great condition for Its
game with Pennsylvania...' The green
Is out to duplicate its grand work at
Princeton in the coming battle with the
Quakera ' '
Captain , Henry, of Boston, received
a shaking up in the Gilt Edge train
accident at Westerly, Conn., recently.
Henry had been on the football Injured
list and his experience on the "choochoo"
didn't help bis injured leg a bit...
ALBANY WAHTG Cln
HALL Ai.D n k't .
Albany. Or.. Kov, 5. A city ,! i
cated on the Central school bus! !. :
facln Ellsworth street, the ich.l :
be situated on two blocka of th pres.
Albany college campus, a court hmi t
the course of several years, loraietl
the same block as the present ne. hut
facing Ferry street, and a cit purk j
5JMl-.Hf- .t Of;-th tWO bloi'U,;,
telsswesr'tM rtwocvtinlMr .'buUdininr. -tt
the elimination of Broadalbin street tt
that point, is the proposition eonsidere.i
"Monday night at the commercial club
At present the court house and thn
school building are located on two oppo
site blocks in the heart of the city. Tin
proposition la the result of the desire or
public spirited cltixens to secure a city
hall and publlq park for the city.
In ' recognition of the great batttn
Washington and. Jefferson put up
against Tale, Captain Ketcham gave
them the football usod by the two team
In their recent game. ' ,
P a m 5 c I
5000 People in Action !
involved in a gigantic spectacle '
: for 20c here in Portland simulta
neously with New York City, where
it costs 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Watch Tomorrow Papers !
M(B ClLdDTIEinRrcE T.E
EeHIre 11ock Hemdlrcds and Mtindlreds off Men's New Fall Snniills,
Overcoats, ESaiiEcoalls, Mats, Shoes, FoFnusMinigs, Smintl Cases, Efle.
v Tli Big Store will be sold out as fast as goods can be handed out to the public
THOUSANDS AND .THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF NEW, UP-TO-DATE FALL SUITS, OVERCOATS. FULL LINES OF SHOES, HATS, FURNISHINGS, ETC. IN FACT,. THE
ENTIRE STOCK FROM TOP TO BOTTOM OF THE BIG STOREEVERYTHING
Men's New Fall Up-to-Date Clothing
at Unheard-of Priced!
AN IDEA OF PRICES Goods will be handed ont to
the public right and left during this Public Sale:
The Greatest Sacrifice of a Big Stoclx
Ever Seen In Portland!
Mens' Good Everyday' Work Sox at, pair . . . . . . . a ; . ; . i i3c
15c Men's Sox, guaranteed value,' at . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . .-. . ,9c
25c and 35c Men's Sox at ... . . l 'l ... . . ..19c
.10c Men's White Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . . ...3c
All 15c values in Arm' Bands, Garters, etc., at . . . . . . . r; . . . 9c
50c Men's Suspenders at . .... . . ..... .. . . ..... ... . . . 19c
50c Men's Silk Knit Neckties at ...... ....... ..... . ; . . .15c
35c Men's Muleskin Gloves at . . . . ....... . . . ....... . ..19c
50c Men's Work Shirts at ... . . ... . .... . . . . . ... . . . 29c
$1.00 Dress Shirts at v. . ; . . . . .. ;V. . .... ...... .... . . .59c
75c Outing Flannel Shirts at , ... . ....... . . . . . . .49c
$1.50 Flannel Overshirts, military collar, at . . . . ... . , . ; . . . 98c
$2.50 Flannel Overshirts at1. . . . . . ; ; . ; . . ; . . . . . . .$1.69
MEN'S CANVAS GLOVES AT ONE CENT A PAIR,
$1.50 Quills and Blankets at ........... . . . i . . .89c
$10.00 and $12.50 Men's Fall SUITS will go at $4.89
$15.00 and $18.00 Men's Fall SUITS will go at $7.89
All $20.00 Men's Fall SUITS will go at . . $10.89
$7.50 to $10 Men's RAINCOATS will go at $4.89
$15.00 Men's RAINCQATS will go at.. . $10.89
$10.00 Men's, OVERCOATS will go at . . . $4.89
$12.50 and $15 Men's OVERCOATS go at $7.89
$1.50 Men's PANTS will go at 98c
$2.50 and $3.00 Men's PANTS will go at . $1.89
BIG REDUCTIONS ON SUITCASES ,
Arrow Brand Collars, full stock, all clean, to select from, 3 for 25c
All 50c and 60c Men's Underwear at ....... .... . ... . . .33c
All 75c Underwear at .............43c
All $1.00 Underwear at. .... . .7Dc
All $1.25 and $1.50 Underwear at CCc
All $1.25 and $1.50 Union SuiU at .......... .S2c
All $2.00 Wool Garments at .$1.49
All 75c and $1.00 Ruff-Neck Sweaters at .... . .!. 49c
All $2.00 Men's Sweaters at .$1.19
All $1.50 Men's Sweaters at ,C3c
$1.50 and $2.00 Men's Hats, all styles, at .......... . . ... . 93c
$3.50 and $4.00 Men's Hats at .............. . . . .... $2.33
$2.50 and $2.75 Men's Hats at . . ... ................. $1.89
$3.00 Men's Shoes at ...v.......;....;...; ..$1.80
$3.50 Men's Shoes at ... . V ..... . . . . . . . . : . 'i $2.49
Big Reductions on All Logger Boots and Rubber Boots.'
This stock is all good, new, staple merchandise and will be sold out at once.', f Conditions are aucKthat the big store was forced td dose, and the stock must go. All merchandise will be placed on this public
sale and be marker! in plain figures. Anyone buying merchandise at this great sale that finds that they are disappointed in their purchase, their money will be refunded at once and the goods will be sold to
, someone else, for the stock must go--every article in the store will be turned into money. ' , r -
Poors WiH Opera tor .a
' :y-'hU;r, ' r'7 ;"VV AND WILL CONTINUE DAILY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE X'l; ;r f ; , VH,; , , u '
tois WEPiL chmmim stymie
KNOWN FOR YEARS AS ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE STORES OINL3D ST. PUBLIC CAN USE EITHER ENTRANCE TO THE BIG STORE, 53-55 N. 3D OH PAVI3 51
REMEMBER, money will be refunded on any purchase, If purchaser is not satisfied ' Those coming early will avoid crowding. Don't overlook this THE GREATEST SACRIFICE LVZIX I
' ; IN THE CITY OF PORTLAND I STORE OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8 O'CLOCK. t. -irV"