The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 04, 1914, Page 23, Image 23

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HERE ARE THE COAST liEAGUE.CHAMPIONS WILL THEY REPEATTHEIR VICTORYOF LAST YEAR OR FALL IfSl FINAL?
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Final picture of the Portland Beavers, who will finish their season in Portland today and bid good bye to the Portland fans. Some of them will probably never hp seen again In a Portland uniform. Here's hoping they gatner the old rag again. 6om lert to right
they are: Top row Evan Evans, Irve Higginbotham, Elmer Lober, Manager Walter McCredle, Elmer Martlnoni, Trainer Frank Schmieder, Johnny Lush, Arthur Kores, August Fisher, Selmar Brenegan, Harry Krause, Walter Doane, Robert DavlsJllower row- Wil
liam. Speas, Dave Bancroft, Recruit Bill Naughton, Buddy Ryan, Norman, the mascot. Captain Bill Rodgers, "Busher" Blake, ''who warmed up the pitchers, Frank Eastley, George Yantz, Fred Derrick, James West and Elmer Lober. ;
TWO HOME RUNS OVER
"RIGHT-FENCE GIVES.
10 GAMES TO DILLS
Johnsort " and . Boles Slam
Hig's, ''.Phosphorescent. Ball
in Darkness of 6th Frame,
WALTER KNOX IS
EASY WINNER OF
TITLE IN BRITAIN
Canadian Star Athlete Takes
Ail-Around Championship
in England.
BEAVERS PLAY BAD BALL
ZiOV and Eafham Pitch Wtnnlng' Ball,
ZAitcr &cOTrlnff Prom 8vr
PammUiinf by Baddy Byuu
LINCOLN REPEATS ITS
LAST YEAR'S RECORD
BY TAKING 1ST GAME
Local High School Wins From
Astoria Yesterday, by Score
of 6 to 0.
GUN CLUBBERS
PREPARING TO
HAVE HANDICAP
Thanksgiving Day Turkey
Shoot Will Be Held at
Jenne Traps,
KLEPFER AND WHITE
L
MAI)
ORPHANS
GAMES
2
,2-0 AND 5-2
Utschi, 8b
Hp, t
KlUott. c . . .
Wblte. p
UcDounell. lb
(vane
McCUin, c ..
O
2
1
0
O
0
0
2
3
2
3
O
O
0
Totals 30
9 27 19
By It. A. Cronln.
It Irve, Higginbotham had only
Jumped to the b edcruls iautead of talk
ing- about it-
Walter Knox, the Canadian all
around athlete and chief coach of the
English Olympic team, in a letter to
James ,3. Merrick, president of the
Canadian Olympic committee, states
that athletic affairs are practically at
a standstill in England; rJ.
The war has taken public Interest
to the exclusion of all affairs athletic,"
states Knox, "but so soon as affairs
take a decisive turn sports will-commence
to pick up again." Knox tells
how he won the all-around champion-
snip oi iiaigiana Dy Deaung x: K. rnof.h tt-ww T.;nnin hl-h
Cramb. ail-around champion of Great 8chooi football eleven opened the sea-
it Umpire Phyle had had a heart tw day
Britain. Knox says the competition
consisted of eight events and ran for
The Portland Gun club officials are
making preparations for the Thanks
giving day handicap trap-shooting
tournament on Sunday, November 22.
The club officers olan to make this
CONTEST IS NOT EXCITING ".rSf-' one
Besides the many turkeys whlcn wui
be awarded to the winners of the vari
ous shooting classes, the Imperial
hotel diamond medal, the Henry Ever
ding gold watch and the high-average
buttons will be shot for in special
events.
The club expects to have more tnan
100 shooters present at the Thanks
giving day tournament.
Former Wolves Blink in Dis
may When Spitballist's
Fast Ones Swish Across.
Both XOsveas Offend fcy runUisc;
Portland Iads Flay Sharpest
Oam of the Two.
and called the game on account of
daikneiss in the fifth-
lf Krnle Johnson and Walter Boles
didn't own a pair of cat eyes
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bad a chance. Six feet four inches
of lean and 240 pounds of t'at was too
much of a handicap in the first garoe.
and lllg'a home run ball was too much
In evidence la the second game.
The ucorcs were 3 to and 6 to 4
and the AneelenoH deserved to win
because. they played oetter ball.
In the first series of contests Cramb
won the hammer throw- with a heave
of 113 feet against 105 for Knox. Then
ho won the high jump, clearing the
5 feet while the best Knox . could
do was 6 1-3 feet. Knox won the 120
yard hurdles and 100 yard dash in
easy fashion. On the second day
Knox showed his ability, winning all
four events. Knox put the 16-pound
shot 45 feet IVi inches, pole vaulted
11 feet 3 inches, and in an exhibition
vault, cleared 11 feet. Ha won the
Western Ijeaguers Beaten.
Denver. Cola. Oct. 3. Merz kept-
Denver's hits well scattered -and In
dianapolis, easily ;won the first, game
of the post-season series witn me
Denver Western league team.
Score R. H.B
Indianapolis .5 13 0
Denver .....11 8 1
Batteries Merz and Livingston;
Harrington. Dunlap and Block.
With the double defeat today Man-1 running broad Jump with 21 feet and
threw the discus 114 feet 10 inches.
ager McCredle might Just as well place
an order for a tombstone, hire the
fir boys' brass band - and commission
an autumnal poet to pen the epitaph.
think the local fans.
The Angels put over a new one in
the winning?, of games. The Beavers
had a 4 to 3 lead into the sixth, and
Higginbotham fronting the enemy. He
was well warmed up, for he had been
playing pitch and catch all afternoon.
It was thought his speed .would blind
the Angels In a darkness so dense that
It caused enlightened people downtown
to turn on the lights. But evidently
fop Dillon sneaked the umpires' ball
bax and poured phosphorous over the
plleta. They looked big as balloons
lirst up in .the sixth, the finat
session. Dad Meek pinched for Moore,
and singled across second. Then John
son-smashed the ball over the right
field fence for a home run. Bight after
him came Boles, and Walter landed on
the first ball pitched. - It cleared he
fence 20 feet from where Johnson's
m . ..... rtri. . Aa. m .4 h.!
of them left.
The Angela got off to a one run lead
In the first inning of the. first gam
with two down. . Metzger walked and
(Continued on- Page 4, This Section.;
ARM BREAKS WHILE
THROWING BASEBALL
Washington Rolls Up
45 to 0 Score on Picks
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 3. The Univer
sity or Washington defeated a team
composed of ex-college and prepara
tory school stars here, today by the
score of 45 to 0. The game was very
rough from start to finish but no one
was seriously hurt. The University
shewed a great improvement over the
game of last Saturday.
Washington did most of the scorins
In the first half, when five touchdowns
were scored in the last half. Smith
made a place kick of 40 yards. This
is the first time this year that Dobie
has had his first team in action at the
same time. Features of the game were
the playing or Miller at half and Smith
at quarter.
Washington is still weak In the
kicking line. Unless a good punter Is
developed before the conference sea
son opens Washington will be at a dis
advantage. .
DOC'S CURVE BAFFLES
Bmtted for Van Bnren in ninth. -
tBatted for Gregory In ninth.
tKan for Elliott in aerenth.
SCO KB BY INNINGS
Mlwlona 0 O 0 0 0 0 1 12
IIit 01 101023 210
Venice - 0O02201O 5
Uita 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 0
SUilMARY
Stolen baae Eobrer. Two-base hints Buy
lesa, Hannah. Sacrifice hita Gregory, El
ltott. White, Leard. Struck out By Wnlta
3; by Gregory 4. Base on balls Off White
2. Runs responsible for Gregory 1; White
2. Double plays Leard to Hoe p. Hit by
pitcher Ilohrer. WUd pitches White. Greg
ory.. Time of game 1:35. Umplies Finney
and Hayes.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
After Xe Oeta Good tead Old Xft
Arm la Thrown into Xrfrw Just to
Tease Hm Along;.
Baseball!
RECREATION PARK
Cor. Vaughn and 24th
Los Angeles
Portland
Sept 29-30; Oct 1-2-3-4
- GAMES BEGIN : ;
Week Days at 3, pvnu 4
"-Sundays' at 2:30 p. m. .
.LADIES' DAYS
Wednesday and . Friday '.
Homing Pigeon Race
Is Close Contested
The homing pigeon races from Sa
lem were held under the auspices of
the Oregon Homing club during the
State Fair, were very closely con
tested. The closest race was In the
juvenile section, Gordan Taylor win
nlng by a -very close margin over Jake
Warren, hi closest competitor, the
winner's time being 1 hour. 37 min
utes. ' " t : ' ' - '
Bam Crampton from St Johns dis
trlct won the" adult' division and both
Crampton and Taylor became the own
ers of the . beautiful - silver- cups do
nated by the management of the state
fair for this series. .
Chinese Baseball .
Nine Finish Tour
The Chinese baseball team -of the
TTniversity or,; Hawaii Is winding np
its long tour of the United States, the
last three months of .which was taken
up with contests against Independent
nines of Pennsylvania and New York
towns. The Honolulu nine played good
bair, Winning probably 125 out of 150
games. The. trip was financed, by-the
business' men, of Honolulu, but the trip
son with a 6 to 0 victory over the As
toria high school team, repeating the
performance of his 1913 aggregation.
The contest was not what one would
call a close and exciting game, on ac
count of the many fumbles by the
members of both elevens.
Lincoln scored its touchdown in the
first minute of play of the fourth
period. Quarterback Holt carrying the
ball across the line. In the third
period, Lincoln had worked the ball
within a yard of the goal line when
time was called, by line bucking ana
fumbles by the Salmon City players.
Astoria lost two chances to tie the
score in tne linai perioa Dy xrying
place kicks 4nstead of running with
the ball. QuarterbacK i5urns usea
poor ; judgment in cauing ior piace
kicks when his teammates naa worsea
the ball within the 15 yard zone twice
in succession. Both attempts for Held
goals came for naught.
The Lincoln team did not show np
as well as tne 1913 lineup because the
nlavers lacked "pep. J.ne mucmiq
trio, although - a lltue ugni, was noi
a fa.st as exDectea. aitnougn.uie piay
ers showed up extra well in maaing
forward passes.
Tuina&see. who hurt r his right el
bow in the last period, made several
hi. fains bv nulling forward passes
out OI UH air. : rTeemnn uhi vurci
ln niaved eood football, while the
Cardinal line appeared rather weak on
the right- side. Astoria's - star- was
Planting, who plays the center posi
tion. The backlleld ais piayea xaaxiy
well.
TVi tineun:
Lincoln . T ZZZXl.
Qroce L E R ; Trotter
i!, T. T R. . Stein
Busdi -.U....LGR. Merrilla
CornWeU - -
L.W.T L...... Lee
..it K L... Dyer, Larson
,..Q ....... Burns
,.LHR . . Riley
. ,RH L. . . . Erickson
. . . .F. Backlnnd
v..,iMrtttn for - Tannassee;
J: " rnrrll: Richardson for
TB-.t- Muir for Otto; Tannassee for
Oliver; Paget for Richardson; Kicnara-
son for xannassee.
Referee yawceti. ; ,
Cornell to Bid for
Intercollegiate Meet
The. University, of PennsyrVania and
Harvard university, which have . at
times alternated In homing. xne annum
tntrcollealate track and field cnam
pionshlp meet., will have a worthy op
ponent in Cornell university, which la
adding a new field as a pan oi
up-to-date equipment' The champions'
. .u -411 M tmnmfram.nt MVAf Sill
those built in recent, years- unere win i .-j tiuuLu&x ayu ui wo w.
! he two straightaway 220 yard courses.
one for the dash and the other for tne
hurdle race, which now requires five
hurdles in. the .final . heat.
bAUlES;BEATS;P. A. TEAM
' The Dalles. "Or., Oct. 3. The Dalles
hisSi. school football team", today de
feated 1 the Portland . academy. 3 4 to
0. ' The ' game was' much one sided, the
Rose City team, making yardage but
four times against Coach i Murray's
Johns
Boehmer ..
Paget ....
Holt ..
Tannassee
Oliver
Freeman
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Los Angeles, CaU Oct. 3. The Ticers
took two games from the Orphans to
day. Big Ed Klepfer whitewashed them
2 to 0 in the first and Doc White
mauled them 5 to 2 in the second.
Big Ed went into the box with the
day built Just right for his style of
hurling. His , fast one rushed across
the plate with a wijd swoop that left
the former Wolves blinking in dis
may. Two men reached second and
one. Coy, on a triple in the nlntu,.
passed as far as third. Klepfer and C.
Williams had a pitcher's battle until
the seventh when the Tigers were ablo
to break into the Orphan defense for a
run.
With one down in the seventh, Bor
ton drove a triple into right center.
Litschl walloped one between Hallinan
and Orr, counting Borton. In the
eighth Leard smashed a three-base
drive over Van Buren's head and
scored when WCtholt beat out an in
field bant.
Doc White's curve . ban placed the
Tigers on the winning side of a -.fight
with Gregory In the second game. The
Xoc was lammed rather hard at var
ious points In the game, but the Tigers
continued to rush, about the park In
a bootless mood. No errors were to
be found behind the physician and he
rallied, his old left wing in time of
danger Just enough to keep runs away
from the plate. After- Doc . had a five
run read be shifted into the low and al
lowed the visitors two.
Score:
First gasn .
KSSJOVS
AB. B.
SUnB. rf ..... 4 o
Young, 2b, 4 0
Orr, ss ....... 4 O
Cot, cf S O
Teanauit, lb 4 O
uamnaa, so , s u
Van Bozea, If S O
Bearer, e ... . . ...... 3 0
C Williams, p O
Hugh: N. Hall, pitcher of . the
. Sellwood division of I the 'Port'
land Safety - League : . baseball
te.am showing the : break in his
: arm; ' which i ocenrred .; while he
. was. pitching against' the Pied
mont team last Thursday af ter
. noon. The X-ray ; was made - by
Dr J. G. Grim. Willie Hogg.
.twirler on the Portland team
; about - ten years ago,- broke his
'arm 'in the' same manner.
Pacific Coast Lsaffaa.
Won
Portland !
San Francisco VH
Venice ...102
Loh Angeles 100
Missions 80
Oakland 71
National Leaa-oe.
Boston 81
New Tors. 82
St. Loots 81
Chicago . 76
Philadelphia 'z
Brooklyn T4
Pittaburr . 67
Cincinnati - 6
Americas League.
;.. 7
DO
79
79
69
7t
69
51
Tedoeral Lea rue.
, 85
82
Philadelphia
Boston
Washington
Detroit
New York .
St. Louis . .
Chicago ...
Clereland
Chicago . . . .
liuii&iuLnous
Baltimore '79
Buffalo 76
Brooklyn 74
Kansas City '
Pittsburg 61
St. Louis 61
Lost
75
84
83
87
103
115
57
69
70
74
78
78
83
9
52
60
72
73
82
81
M
100
64
65
67
68
73
m
81
85
Pet
.561
.553
X51
535
.428
.282
.611
.643
.536
.507
.41
.487
.447
.381
.651
.600
.623
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.457
.467
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X.7C
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X03
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.430
.418
COLLINS AND EVERS
AWARDED AUTOS AS
MOST VALUABLE MEN
Vote Canvassed at the Uni
versity Club' by ;Ben Mul
ford Jr.
SCORES ARE SUBMITTED
Ty Cobb Buna Fourteenth m the XJLrt
of Most Taluable FUyars tm
American Zteacna,
Nickalls at Yale Again.
Guy Nickalls took charge of the
champion Tale crew on October 1. while
his brother Vivian will hold a. fall re
gattA next month among his 'Univer
sity of Pennsylvania crewmen. ...
Chicago, Oct. t. Eddie Collins of
the Philadelphia Athletics and Johnny
Evers of the Boston Braves, rival sec
ond basement in the coming battle for
the world's championship, were tonight
awarded the two Chalmers automobiles
by the Chalmers trophy committee, as
the most valuable players to their re
spective teams this season.
The vote -was- canvassed at the Uni
versity club by Ben Half ord Jr, pres
ident of the committee. In the official
balloting, Collins received IS ' votes
more than the Braves" second sacker
His total reached 63. Collins' closest
rival in the American league was Sam
Crawford of ' the Detroit Tigers, with
36 -points. '
"Rabbit" Maranvine, Evers .team
mate, pushed him for leadership ia the
National league race, receiving- 44
points to SO for Evers In the afternoon
balloting.
Ty Cobb ran fourteenth, on the list
of most valuable players tn the Amer
ican league, voted en by the committee
and Walter Johnson received no'votes.
Numbers of points scored by leading
candidates Jkr the trophies in the bal
loting follow jr: '
Amsrloan Xieagne.
Collins, sec-tnd base. Athletics.... "..63
Crawford, r gitt fielder Detroit. ... .35 i
tiusn, inon nop, uetrott , .i(
Jackson, rii ht fielder, Cleveland. . . .ii
fscnaiii, catfc'ner, cnicago ..,.,13 -
Weaver, sh&rtstop,; Chicago. ........ IS .
Poster, thl r baseman, Washington.. 11 .
Mclnnis, first base. Athletics ......11
rraii, vc(mp: oase, bl touis . ,,,,,.ti
Schang, csu-Aer. Athletics. ..... ,lt
national Xagne.
Evers, neconq base, Boston .......... 50 -
Maranvuie srtortstop, uosion ...... 4
James, pltcner. Boston .81
Burn, left meW, New York v. . SI
J. Miller, shortstop, Kt. Louis, ...18
Tesreau, pitcher, New York. ........ IS
nuooipn, pt-tcner, ttoeion .......... i 4
Maee. lira1; bane, Philadelphia. ,14
Wheat, lef .fleld, Brooklyn 10
Alexander, pitcher. Philadelphia. ...
Numbering Football
Playors Is Popular
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The TJnivtSrfrftjr of Pennsylvanl and
Gettysburg Elevens played their cnnusl
football gartie with numbers on the
players' bajtB no that the spectator
could identic the players. The tesmn
are 'the firsf io demonstrate the worth
of the IdeaJ The reform consists of
sewing nuri!irs on vhe backs of the
football Jef y of suth height a to
make themysible In all parts of the
field. Thuc 'ithe spectators, by refer
ence to thjjf .programs, can Id.witlfy
eyery playeg ton the .field, can tell who
makes txninrtdosvns. important- run -and
tackle ! Coach K. J. O'Neill of
Syracuse i Produced the same welcome
innovation &ith his team against 110
bart. v v :
BRITISH I BOWLERS ASKED
- The DoTiinion of Canada Tawn
Bowling association, with which i
ineorporatl: the International Bowling
association pf the United Statetv has -extended
a j invitation to: the bowlers
of Great fjfitain , for 1915, with the:
'undoratanJlog . that ft. it .were not
possible i accept next summer the
invitation eid good forJl. -
CarBale. K
Leard, 2b .
Wlllralt. rl
Ksdc. cf
Borton, Ik
UUciu. Sb
llosp, as '
KDlott, e
Kiepfer,
TMals
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AB. S. B
4 O O
3 1 1
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S I 1
wmm e e.i 3 0 O
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Bits
Veutos
BUB
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SOOHH BY IXNXNGS
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OllVtOll
BUM1IAST - .
Thr ee base Mts Bortoiu Leard. Got.
base hit CL WUlUms. Saerlflee kit Bsrtea,
Btreck ecrt By Jeofer 8: bv C. WUllama a.
Base oa balls Off - Klepfer 2; eft C- Wil
liams 8. Exnble- elars Leard to Hocd tm
Bortoa. Stolen baee-Litseal. Hit by plicae
Kane.: Paaplies riuney. aad. Haras. Tlma
made
Seeood gasses v --
MISSIONS
' AB. K. H. PO. A. B.
stdBo. rr a 12 21
Young, 2b 4 O
Orr, as . ........ .... 3 . 0
Mora 11. ei . u
Teaoaat. lb 4 O
HallinaD. 3b 4 O
Tan Bnrea, If; : S . O
Rohrer, e ; S : 1
Grecrory.-s . .i....'.2 O
Cook ,.m. 1 0
tBaasah . 1 O
Totals .
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Carnsle, If '. ...... 4 o 1 o O
leard. 2S. 8 - 0 lyl 7
Wllholt, rf . 4 lv-, 1.1 -1
Bay less, et 1 , 1
Bertotv ; S
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Jonrnal . TfiW if , f y
Contest I
votes - J
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H. PO. A. B.
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