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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNALS, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1914.
FOR 1914, COUNTING
FIVE FOR M'CREDIE
Evan Evans Pitches Beavers
to Necessary Victory, Aid
ing ,by Own Hard Hitting.
DARKNESS ENDS IT IN 7TH
Xaftjr Zlxlalrl Chosen fcy sal Howard
to Pitch Critical Qama, and XtU
Handsd Battara Clout Hard.
San Francisco, Oct 23. Portland,
by beating Ban .Francisco yesterday,
S to 3. won tha Pacific Coast league
pannant for tha second consecutive
year and-tha honor of making; ltaelf
champion of circuit for the fifth
time alnce 19B3. The Beavera. have
won In lOS, mo,. 1111. 1913 and 1814,
indicating that Walter McCredie is
one of the greatest managers In the
history of the big minors.
Southpaw Evans put over the nec
eeeary victory to clinch the title, be
ing backed up by a heavy cannonad
ing on Lefty Lelfleld, formerly of the
Pittsburg Nationals. Evans recently
pitched a no-hlt-no-run game, being
tha second southpaw on the Portland
team to turn that trick. Johnny Lush
was the first.
Tha game lasted only seven Innings.
J was called on account of darkness.
Portland made a run In the first
Inning, when Rodders beat out an in
field hit, took third on Korea' double
and scored on Speas' single. However,
the Seals tied It up in their half.
Fitzgerald singled to center and was
sacrificed along by O'Leary. Schaller
singled to center and Fltz tried for
home, but Yantz dropped the ball and
the run counted.
Tha Beavera made another In the
second on Evans' single, Rodgers" walk
and Kores' long single.
Each team made one in the fourth.
Charles' errors gave Yants a life, and
Evans sacrificed. Rodgers beat out
ah infield hit, and on O'Leary's error
Singles by Cartwright, Charles and
Fchmldt and Lelf leld's out scored
The Beavers moved out of reach in
the fifth. Bancroft doubled, took
third on Davis' out and scored on Lo
ber's single. Yants walked and Evans
doubled, scoring Lober and Yantz.
Rodgers was hit by a pitched ball and
Kores walked, this being the end of
Lelfleld. who was supplanted by
Couch was touched up'for two runa
In the seventh and that ended the
scoring for the Beavers. The third
run made by the local was In the
Tha loss of the game by Los An
geles to Venice clinched the title for
J ' ab. a.
poane. rf-ef 4 0
Rodgers, 2b 2 1
Korea, lb 8
Kpsaa, cf ....6
Psncroft, M 4
paTla, 8b 4
Ltr, If 4
Yants, c 3
Erana, p 2
Btoger, rf 0
TRIUMPHS OVER PORTLAND BALL TEAMS
L -SOS TyM 1 ,
II I HI Ml 1 1.1 III 1
Fast Oregon' City Woolen Mills baseball team, which defeated a num
ber of fast semi-pro nines of Portland during 1914 season.
SEATTLE BOXERS AND
WRESTLERS HERE FOR
CLUB BOUTS TONIGHT
OS ACE BEITISH
TO MEET SUNDAY
Bones Will Be Twisted and
Padded Mils Flying in Air
by 8 o'clock.
Proceeds Will Be Turned Into
British Red Cross Fund
to Care for Wounded.
Arrangements are now complete fot
the exhibition soccer game to be played
on Sunday at 2:45 p. m., on the Pacific
league baseball grounds. Twenty-
OLLIE HILL IS SUSPENDED test is being played for the benefit
. 'of the British Red Cross fund. and
jfrom the indications of the sale of
Crack Teatherwelglit Alleged to Have
Souglit Pay t9r Bervloes Before
Mohawk In Xeoaat Bmoker.
Doc Stewart Says He Will
Feel Lucky to Get a Tie
in Big Battle.
HERE ON DEC. 8
Vancouver Team Will Open
Season in New Portland
PO. A. B.
81 . 13 34 Vk .
AB. H. H. PO.
Fltzicrrald. rf 8 1 1 O
O'Leary, ,8 0 1 2
PehaUer, If 8 0 3 2
Downi, 2b 2 0 0 5
C07, cf -4 Oil
Crtwrleht, Sb 4 1 1 O
Chtrleii. lb 2 1 1 7
BchmlUt, c 2 O 1 2
11 field, p 2' a o O
Oeurh, p 1 O o O
Tebto. if 1 o O O
feepalreda, e l o 1 2
ToUli 28 3 10 21 18 4
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Portland 1 1 0 1 3 0 2 8
H1U 8 31 130 212
Ban KrancUco l 0 0 1 0 1 0 3
Hits 2 0 1 3 2 1 llo
Six runs. 10 blta. 21 at bat in 4 2-3 Inning,
off Lelflrld. Called on account darkne aft-r
rn lnolnga. Charfe defeat to Lelfleld.
Stolen bit sea grhaller, Hchmldt 1. Two baae
b't Kore, Bani-roft, Krans, SepuWeda Hac
rlflre hlta O'liearjr, Kvana, Doaoe. Baae oi
balla Off I.elfiela 1. off Bratu 4. off Coach
8. Struck out B Erana 8, by Lelfleld 2, by
Conch 2. Hit by pltchar Korea, Rodger, by
Ielfleld. Double play KTana to Paris.
Bodcera to Bancroft to Korea. Ieft on baaes
Portland 13, San Francisco 8. Runa re
sponsible, for Lelfleld 5, Coach 1. Wild pitch
Lelfleld. Time of game 1:46. Umplrea
McCarthy a ad Phyle. .
Boxing and Wrestling
The first lnterclub smoker of the
season. Seattle Athletic club vs. Mult
nomah A. A. club, tonight. Multnomah
club a-ymnasium 8 o'clock sharp. Gen.
eral admission tl. Ringside, reserved.
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vallts. Or., Oct. 23. The greatest send
off that has ever been given any ath
letic team in the history ofthe Ore
gon Agricultural college was tendered
to the varsity football team which left
for Pullman yesterday afternoon. Over
700 leather-lunged rooters inspired the
departing gridiron warriors with the"
"fight to the last ditch" spirit which
is bound to win in the hardest of bat
tles. Realizing the great struggle before
hla men. Coach Stewart was more
than pleased with the large number of
students that responded to Yell Leader
Cqe's call and expressed the hope that
the ring of their cheers would stay
with his men throughout the thickest
of the fght with Johnny Bender's dark
horses, Saturday, and urge the Oregon
Aggies on to a possible victory.
"After witnessing the W. S. C.-U. of
O. game In Portland last Saturday,"
said "Doc" Stewart before his depar
ture, "I figure that we. will be lucky
if we can hold what I consider the
best team that Washington State col
lege has ever put out to a tie. If we
leave the gridiron after the game Sat
urday with our clean slate still un
marked, I will be the happiest coach
in the conference."
Coach Bender has been exceedingly
lucky in keeping under cover the
strong aggregation that he has mus
tered this year and were it not for a
trick of fate, they would undoubtedly
have been returned victors over Bez
dek's pupils by a margin of a touch
down. A reactionary ataleness has been
prevalent in the ranks of the Beavera
ever since tneir 64 to 0 victory over
Willamette last week. This over
whelraing. victory dldittior liarm than
good and Coaches Stewart, May and
Pavey have been having a Sampson's
task to get the varsity back into their
old harness again.
Scrimmage with tho frcshmon
eleven has been on the docket every
night and the first year men have been
getting their plays off with a smooth
ness that is totally lacking in the line
up of the regulars.
Eighteen men were carried on the
squad, namely: Captain Hofer, Abra
ham, Lutz. Yeager, Hoerling, Watson;
Moore, Bissett, Laythe. Anderson,
Dewey, "Btllie" King. Billle, Groce.
Allworth, Smythe and Huntley.
VANS TO- M'MINNVILLE
Vancouver. Wash., Oct. 23. The
Vancouver high school football team
will leave Saturday in company with
Coach Poling for McMinnville for the
annual game with the team represent
ing the high school of that city. Last
year Vancouver was victorious, the
score being 8 to 6, and they expect
to repeat again this year. The fol
lowing members of the team will make
the trip: Ryan, left end; McMullen,
left tackle; Williams, left guard; Nor
gren, center; Prindle, right guard; Cor
man. .right tackle; Bennett, right end;
Stanley, quarter; Terrill, fullback; A.
Miller, left half; Lackaff, right half;
Price, Hayslip and H. Miller, substitutes.
Vancouver, B. C. Oct. 23. At a
meeting of the Pacific Coast Hockey
association here vesterdsv th. nni-
cation of Portland. Or, for a franchise
in me league was granted. The league
season will onen in th Rm ri
December 8, the locals playing the
The officials selftn1 fn. tv,.
were Frank Patrick, Vancouver. B. C
presiaent; Arthur J. Smaill. secretary
treasurer, and Lester Patrick, E. H
Savage and George Keller, directors.
Savage and Keller are connected with
the Portland Ice- Hoppodrome.
The league officials voted to do
away with body-checking of an oppo
nent within 10 feet of the boards. An
other change made in the rules stipu
lates that no offside will be called on
a goal keeper from the first section
from his own goal line.
We are stumped. We don't
know whether to attend the
verbal battle or the flstlo battle
WE CAN'T EVEN RENT A VAULT.
Since Johnny Evers' money walked
away from his shoe store some years
back, Johnny says the pile this year
goes into the strongest vault he can
H Should Worry.
"How's business? asked one pros
perous looking gentleman to another
prosperous looking gentleman in the
elevator of the Yeon building.
"Nothing to brag about, but I made
the Waverly course In 79 thia morn
ing," responded the second P. L. G.
Strikes us that being a general
in the Austrian army is as uncer
tain a Job as being manager of
the Chicago Cubs.
The fellow that handles that Taube
aeroplane has the same kind of con
trol as Gen Krapp.
OUR IDEA OF SOMETHING HARD.
Del Howard trying to explain why
he didn't play in more games this
"England looking for more fighting
men," says a dispatch. So is Uncle
Multnomah boxers and wrestlers
will . make their first appearance In
inter-club events this season against
the representatives of the Seattle
Athletic club tonight at 8 o'clock in
the club gymnasium.. 1
Tha card consists of eight events,
six boxing and two wrestling. Frank
Harmar, chairman of the "Winged M"
boxing and wrestling committee, has
arranged a rood card and some fast
bouts axe expected.
Ollie Hill, who' was scheduled to
So against Byers of the M. A. A. C,
was suspended yesterday by T. Mor
ris Dunne of the Pacific Northwest
association, for 80 days. It is al
leged that Hil solicited money for
services through one of his friends at
the last smoker of the Mohawk club.
C Hansen of the Mohawk club will
take Hill's place. ;
The feature boxing events of the
card is expected to be the one be
tween Billy Mascot and . Earl Balrd.
Baird defeated the local boxers-in the
events at Walla Walla last month
after a hard four round go.
Knowlton is expected to beat Mad
den, who 'will represent the Seattle
club. In the lightweight section. The
coast lightweight champion la in
great shape for the event.
The club has arranged to seat a
large number of boxing lovers. Ol
mar Dranga will referee the boxing
events and Dr. Loomis will be the
third man In the ring in the wrestling
bouts. George Parker and Frank E.
Watkins will do the timing and Ham
ilton Corbett and J. P. Carney will be
Tonight's. Inter-club card:
Mala Event s B oxlng.
115 pounds Billy Mascot, Multno
mah, vs. Earl Balrd, Seattle.
125 pounds Walter Knowlton, Mult
nomah, vs. L. Madden, Seattle.
Wrestling. ' .
125 pounds Virgil Hamlin, Mult
nomah, vs. P. E. Willie. Seattle.
185 pounds A. Schuttpels, Multno
mah, vs. Oliver Runchey, Seattle.
115 pounds Koater. Multnomah, vs.
125 pounds Byefs, Multnomah, vs.
C. Hansen, Mohawk.
135 pounds Monpler, Multnomah,
vs. Wagner, Armory. .
145 pounds M. Brexuian, Multno
mah, vs. D. Derbyshire, Western
tickets to date will draw the largest
crowd that has ever witnessed a game
of association in the city.
The elevens selected appear to be
extremely even in strength and are
well balanced, including; probably the
six best halfbacks that have ever ap
peared together in Portland.
Every player Invited to assist in
this fixture has played In Great Brit
ain, and all officials are also from
the "other side." Bllllngton and Mar
tin have been asked to captain the
sides, which ate called respectively
Dreadnoughts and Invlnclbles. The
committee announces the following se
lections and requeats that all players
Invited appear at the grounds at 2:15.
Buchanan, Nationals; Mackle, Mult
nomah; Martin. Nationals; Duncan
(A.). Nationals; Morris, Multnomah;
Matthews, Multnomah ; MacPherson,
Beavers; Powrie, Nationals; Stewart
(J.). Mt. Scott; Wallace, Rangers;
Haefling, Beavers; Duncan (S.), Na
tions; Greer, Multnomah; Bllllngton,
Nationals; Bloor, Beavers', Byrce, Ran
gers; Mackenzie, Multnomah; Rankin s,
Rangers; Stewart (A.), Multnomah;
Falrlle, Rangers; Gray, Beavers. "
Reserves Patrick, Graham, Flint,
Williams and W. Gray.
Referee Archie Barbour.
Linesmen Barrett and Gardner.
COAST GETS TWO
BIG FIGHTS IN A
If Wills Beats Langford He
Will Be Next Man to
ON THE ALLEYS
Gamea were Dlaied in two learaea at the
Oregon alleys laat night, being aa follows:
lat. 2d. 3d.
MISSIONS TROUNCE OAKS
Ban Francisco, Oct 23. The Mis
slonites poupded Lefty Geyer hard in
two innings of yesterday's contest and
easily shut out the Oakland team, 7
to 0. Tennant's single, Gay's double,
Lynn's walk. Stroud's triple and
Shinn's homer gave Wolverton'a team
four runs in the fifth inning. Hits by
Young, Orr and Tennant followed by
Zacher'a error, netted three runs for
the Missions in the eighth.
Quinlan, rf 4
Uuett, 8b 4
Middle ton. If 4
Ntas. 2b 4
Gerdner, lb 4
ZcCher, cf 4
Bresnahan to Brookfeds?
New York, Oct. 23. It was reported
in baseball circles here today that
Roger Bresnahan would lead the
Brooklyn Tiptops of the Federal league
next 4-ear. The report could not bp
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oung, 2b ...
Gregory, cf . .
Tennant, lb . .
Van Buren. If
8 24 14
Christian 208 188 183 678 1UH
Wood 13)1 211 199 646 182
RaymonaV .223 16T 184 564 191
Hooter 181 198 177 658 185
1. Meyer 1S4 215 170 5 eft luo
Totals . .... .832 979 912 2823
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Ban 143 196 109 608 169
Kelly ' u. ..2.J8 193 192 093 198
AbellL 225 181 170 576 192
Blaney 21 188 178 580 193
Lockhart 159 183 135 509 170
Totala 951 921 894 2768
MlCh acore, A bell 225; high areiage, Kelly
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Slater 171 191 178 638 179
Melater 181 162 212 535 178
Kalk 215 177 161 653 184
Herrroa 107 213 178 608 185
Kosuas 198 247 174 819 208
Totala 912 990 899 2&01
Mu L. KLINE.
Franklin 210 237 234 881
Kneyae 174 182 175 531
Perlee 152 162 192 508
Hanson lbH 200 168 534
Kruae ..203 194 193 590
By Hal Sheridan.
New York Oct. San Francisco
will stage two bout? of national im
portance early in November. Pro
moter Coffroth, who has ataged more
champion affairs than any other man
in the world, will handle them. Tha
first will be a 20 round bout between
Jimmy ciabby of Hammond, Ind., and
George Chip of Newcastle, Pa., middle
weights. The winner will have more
right to advertise himself as the
world's champion than any other man.
excepting, possibly, Jeff Smith of New
Jersey, who at present la in Aus
Ciabby probably la the cleverest
middleweight in the world, while Chip
is the hardest hitter among; the mid
dles. All the latter needs to win Is to
connect with one punch to a vulner
able spot. If Chip can corner Ciabby
and plant either bis right or left to
the jaw, it will be good night lor
Jimmy. Ciabby knows ttus, and as he
also knows all the tricks of the game,
ha may be able to pick Chip to pieces
and walk away with the decision.
On November 13 Sam Langford, con
queror of Gunboat Smith and Harry
Wills, a New Orleans heavyweight,
will clash in a 20 round engagement
at Daly City. 30 minutes' ride from
San Francisco. Coast sports believe
Wills is the best heavyweight in the
world, but he will be put to a severe
test when he faces the Boston boni
crusher in a Marathon contest. Lang
ford and Wills fought a 10 round draw
in New Orleans several years ago,
when Wills was just starting in tho
game. The winner oi ine coming ouuy
will stand next In line to jacK jonn
son, heavyweight world's champion.
team will meet tha Arleta football
team of Portland next 8unday at Cane
ma h field. This will be the first
game of th local boy a Tha team la
showing up strong In practice and local
sportsmen are expecting quit a bit
W. A. C. Eleven to Meet.
Vancouver. Wash.. Oct. 23. A meet
ing ft the members of the Washing-
ton Athletic club,- Jormerly the St.
James Athletic club,fwiUb held this
evening at 8 o'clock and officers for
the ensuing year wfll be elected. ; All
members of the club! and those deslr
tng to Join are requested to be pres
ent at this meetlng
Side windshtelds. o be fastened t
automobile doors solas to swing with
them, are an Englislj Invention. .
G. CHIP TO SAN RAFAEL
can Wanpiiipn fv-t 23. Georae
Chip, the Newcastle. Pa., middleweight,
matched to box 20 rounds with Jimmy
Ciabby here November 6, was due to
arrive today. He will immediately
leave for San Rafael to continue train
ing for the bout- Ciabby started llgh
work yesterday for tne Dout.
0. C. HI AT WOODBURN
Oregon City, Or.. Oct. 23. The Ore
gon City High school football team
will play Woodburn high Bchool on
Canemah field next Saturday after
noon. , The local lineup will be the
same as in previous games. Oregon
City held Vancouver high to a 13 to
13 tie last Saturday and a victory over
Woodburn Is expected. Oregon City
will play Kstacada at this city a week
from Saturday and Vancouver at Van
couver November 14.
. Oregon City Athletic club football
.907 975 960 2842
Hla-h acore. Knauaa 247: hleh averaxe. Frank
lin 227. ' Zobeldaa won two out of cb ree
Printers' Sack Pin.
SWEENEY, VAJtNKY. STOCB.
Wood 93 87 88 268 89
IWlngatoa P2 74 70 226 73
Prochl HO 89 91 260 87
Robertson 93 86 70 239 83
Henery 95 88 90 271 90
. ToUU 443 422 409 1274
PORTLAND PRINTING HOUSE CO.
Schoof 77 81 72 230 77
Green 77 91 82 250 83
Fcrmnam ..... 95 83 76 204 85
Wynltoop 84 t7 261 87
Tniea 94 95 7o 259 86
Totala ...463 434 887 1254
High acore, Henery 95; high arerage. 90.
Sweeney, Varney, Bioub won two out of three
89 82 73 244 81
74 96 00 260 87
87 9o 15 27 96
69 97 84 250 83
bO 109 88 277 92
Totala 31 7 11 27 16 8
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Oakland 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 i out vt three games.
aim a i v v i v 2 1 H
Missions 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 7
Hits 1 0014203 11
Stolen base Guest. Home run Shlnn. Three
base hits Tennant, Stroud. Two baae hits
SUnn, Gay. Sacrifice bit Young. .First
base on balls Geyer 2. Struck out Geyer 1,
Stroud 3. Double plays Young to Orr. Left
on bases Oakland 9, Missions 3. Runs re
siionalble for Geyer 6. Time 1:16. Um
pires Finney and Held.
Totals 34.9 479 440 1318
GLASS PRUDHOMMB CO.
Dahlstrom 89 88 87 262 87
Glen 71 82 103 256 85
Fisher 90 98 69 205 85
Mebus 104 107 84 295 98
Holms 104 83 99 286 -95
Totals 458 454 442 1354
High score. Hedlberg 109; high arerare.
Mebus 98. Glass c Prudhome Co. won two
VENICE FLOORS ANGELS
Los Angeles, Cat., Oct, 23. The Ven
ice Tigers defeated the Los Angeles
team yesterday by the score of 6 to 1,
killing what little chance tho Angels
had to beat the Beavers out of the pen
nant. The Angels batted White for
nine blngles but tallied one run.
AB. R. H. PO.
Carlisle. If .6 1 2 4
Meloan, rf .
Buyleaa, cf .
lsorton, lb .
Hogan, e . .
White, p ..
Totals . . .
10 27 14
AB. K. H. PO.
Wolter. rf 4 O 2 u
Me tiger, Sb 4 0 O 1
Kills. If 4 0 1 2
Absteln. lb ...4 V 1 15
Mi.ggert. tf v... 3 0 1 0
Terry. 2b ............. 4 12 3
Johnson, ss 3 O O 1
Boles, e ...4 O 1 8
Chech, p Z O 1 2
Gedeon. 1 O O 0
Totals 34 "J 27
W. Eitchie Is 10-7
' Favorite for Fight
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San Francisco, Oct. 23. Willie
Ritchie, former world's lightweight
champion, ruled a 10 to 7 favorite to
day over Johnny Dundee for their
four round bout here tonight. Ritchie
expected to enter the ring weighing
about 137 pounds and Dundee 128.
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don about four months ago.
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ugntweights, afid Eddie Miller vs-J
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2 tar 25 crats
Clntt. Faabody A Co., la
Bstted for Chech in ninth.
SCORE BY IN'XINGS. i
Venice" ....0 0 010020 6
iUfi ;.........0 1 1 1 1 O 2 3 110
Los Angeles ............ O O O O 0 0 1 0 0 1
Hits ....,.........i..t 112212009-
r."- . SUMMARY. I
Three baae alt -Carlisle. Two base alts i!
Ctech, Barton. White. Sacrifice hits Meloan. '
Lltschl. Struck out By Chech 3, White 5.
Bases oa balls Off Chech 3. White 2. Runs
responsible lor Chech 5. Stoles basest IV.r
ton. Wolter. Msccert, . Tims 1:40. LmDires
Guthrie asd ilajes. .
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
. Zaeif ie Coast League, -
Portland .......112 81
Lea Angeles 114 1
San Francises 112 95
Venice-..!. ...110 ;
Missions i i 8S 119 .
Oakland , 77 131
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C. P. & T. A.
COAST LINE SERVICE!
Portland tm Tacoma, Seattle, Vancouver, Bc. and
10 A. M. 5:00 P. M. 12:30 1 Midnight
o:UU P. M. train carries through Standard
Portland to Vancouver. R C. U
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1k FOURTTINS E
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uay trains three between Portland and
Puget Sound, carry parlor cars, high-back
seat modern coaches, dining cars; night train .
has standard and tourist sleeping cars, poaches.
TO AND FROM !
Three fine trains each day., ; 4
To RAYMOND, SOUTH BEND, OLYMPIA
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Tickets and all information at
1 235 MORRISON Sit
T Phones Main 244, A-1244.
EXCURSION FARES from all stations' to
Manufacturers and Land Products 5 how.
Portland, October 26-November U
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Winter Excursion to Florida in' Nov., Dec, J&n.