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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1914.
ROLLS OF FAT AROUND'
-STOMACH OF RITCHIE
gLOW HIM FDR FIGHT
Fans Who Saw Draw With
Dundee Last" Night Want
DUNDEE LIKE JACKRABBIT
M'GEEQOR GETS 1
BALL AND KTJNS !
Recovers Ball After Fumble
and Puts Winning Points
IN LAST MINUTES-
ACROSS WITH AN
ALIBI -FOE K. 0.
Paw Yorker's Habit of Hopplaf Around
Ming Troubles ronner Champion,
Who Still raoka Old ranch.
San Fanciseo, Oct. 24. A longer
mutch bfetween Willie' Ritchie, former
lightweight champion of tha world, and
Johnny Dundee, the New York whirl
wind, was demanded today by the thou
sand of fight fans who saw the two
topnotchera go four rounds to a draw
last night at Corfroth's Eighth street
arena. The bout demonstrated several
things: ' First, that Ritchie still retains
hla punch, and also that Dundee is one
Of the shiftiest little performers ever
sent out here from the east.
Rolls of fat hung on Ritchie's mid
section, and his judgment of distance
was woefully Ineffective. This waa
due no doubt to his long absence from
the ring, and it probably will return
after he ha engaged in several more
short bouts. The former champion ap
peared like a welterweight when he
threw off Ilia bathrobe, towering nearly
six inches over his opponent. He must
have outweighed Dundee at least 10
pounds. This excens poundage, how
ever, proved a serious handicap to the
Ban Franciscan, and It slowed him up
In the fourth round to a noticeable ex
Referee Jim Oriffln called the affair
a draw, but Dundee had the edge on
points. Tie landed nearly two blows to
one. for Ritchie, but the New Yorker's
punches seemed to lose their steam be
cause of a peculiar way he r.as of
' jumping Into the air in sending home
Ritchie opened the first rounl -like a
sure winner. He showed an unnsual
amount of speed, and kept his left hand
working with unerring accuracy. Be
fore the first round was two minutes
old Via brought over his celebrated right
cross to tht face, and It rocked- Dund.ee
from head to heels. The secon-.l roun.-j
was practically' even, with Rttcnie ap
parently having lost his Judgment of
distance. He swung wildly an numer
ous occasions, Dundee circling about
Jits oj)Joi)Mit and peppering him with
; -lefts to the head. In , this , session
' Rflchle - awaited an opportunity lb
'Wing over his right cross again, but
the chance never vame.,'
:-The third round was Dundee's.
- Ritchie had slowed down to an extent
, which, worried hi backers, and what
scoring be did do" was far from Clean
cut. Dundee's way of jumping about
the ring like a Jackrabblt bewildered
Ritchie, ad be waa unable to land an
.effective blow. At one time in this
round Ritchie - atarted a rally and
forced Dundee to the ropes, but Dundee
waa the aggressor 'at its finish.
Dundee also was entitled to the
fourth round, whirling; about his oppo-
. tient continuously and - sending; light
left jaba to the face. -Juat before the
"bell rang, Dundee put over a hard right
awing, but Ritchie retaliated with a
vicious right cross, repeating a second
The other bouta resulted aa follows:
rankle Jones outpointed Harlem Ed
die Kelly; Eddie Miller knocked out
Eddie Talt in the fourth round; Stan
ley Jones and Frank Olmsteai boxed
four rounds to a draw; Joe Millerwon
- the decision from Frankie Hart well;
St. Johns, Or., Oct. 24. Captain Mc
Gregor, of St. Johns, recovered a
blocked punt, and, despite a bad ankle,
ran 40 yards for the winning touch
down In the third quart" of -yesterday
afternoon's James John htgn school-
Franklin high school football game on
the Hill grounds, here. Sundstrom
kicked his aecond goal, and St. Johna
won, 14-12. Until McGregor's sensa
tional sorint. Coach Dillon's Boys iea.
12-7, Saulcer-and Powell having- scored
a touchdown each.
. The game was attended by a large
crowd of high- school enthusiasts, and
was mar Iced by much fumbling and
Captain Saulcer starred for Frank
lin. Jower, the Chinese right end,
played a strong game for Coach White's
The lineups were aa follows:
St. Johns Hufford, center; Day,
right guard; Dunsmore, McGregor,
right tackle; Jower, right end; Plas
kett, left guard; Thayer, left tackle:
Bugbee, left end; Phillips, quarter;
Sundstrom, right half; Wrinkle, left
half, and Teitsch, full.
Franklin Davis, center; Rhlnehart,
right guard; Frey, right tackle; Post,
right end; Tucker, Nye, left guard;
McKensie. left tackle; Bischoff, left
end; Brown, quarter; Saulcer, right
half; Powell, left half, and Barber,
Gill more, full.
The soccer schedule for 8t. Johna
grammar schools will be arranged by
Superintendent Boyd Monday. No out
side teams will be played.
Miss Haxel Johnson has been elected
girls' basektball manager of the high
school, to succeed Miss Arline Shaw,
The Dramatic society of the high
school will present a brief comedy No
vember 6, following a freshman-sophomore
debate on the question, "Resolved,
That a Student Body Organisation la
the Best Means of Managing All Stu
dent Activities. Including School Dis
cipline, in James John High School."
The freshmen are the challengers.
The St. Johns football team, which
lost only one game last year, will play
overlook on the Hill grounds here to
morrow, at 2:30 p. m.. rain or shine.
Passes Ball to Sax on Side
Lines on Trick for Touch
;Says He ' Was Sick Before
Fight But Didn't Tell
By Hal Sheridan.
New York, Oct 24. Gunboat Smith,
formerly regarded as the one best bet
i in the white hope line, is back in New
MOST SENSATIONAL- YET
: feat at the handB .of Sam Langford.
The Boston "bone crusher" put the
gunner down and out in the third
XJncoln Makes l"lac Kick In Second round of a scheduled 12 round bout.
Period and Appears to Have
Oame Baited Away.
OHTE TO THE BOOK.
Wt thank the European war for
girlng ni the word "delete."
' ' .
Now that the baseball season is over,
the boya may begin like the school
teachers to save up for a visit to the
A letter has' arrived from Jim Howe,
who works for the A. P. or somebody
down In San Francisco. Jim says:
"Am mighty glad the baseball season
has virtually ended, and that the Phil
adelphia Federals won the pennant.
But Chicago or Cincinnati or some
body gave them a great run for their
A 35-yard run for a touchdown by
Mo Sax, after he had received a long
and well executed forward pass from
Captain Ward Irvine, turned an ap
parent 3-to-0 defeat for Jefferson into
a 7-to-3 victory over the Lincoln high
school football eleven yesterday after
noon on Multnomah Field. The play,
which gav the Blue and Gold team
the Victory, was made In the last
tew seconds of the contest. . The game
was even more sensational than the
Portland- Academy-Lincoln contest of
last wjek, which Lincoln lost in the
last few minutes of play by being un
able to break up forward passes.
Credit for the victory of the Blue
and Gold team belongs to Captain Ir
vine, who played the entire game with
his neck bandaged up from the effects
of an operation for an abcess. The
great generalship of the Jefferson
captain was in evidence throughout
both halves. He directed his team
throughout the first half without a
The play which resulted in tha
touchdown occurred after Lincoln had
punted to the middle of the field. Half
a minute remained to be played, when
the pass was made. Left Halfback
Sax calmly walked over to the sid
of the field after the punt and stood
there unnoticed. Not a single Lincoln,
player saw him there and it Is doubt
ful whether the. spectators knew what
was going to happen With the Jeffer
son backs lined up in tandem position.
No signals were called. The ball
was passed back and the two teams '
came together with an awful force, j
A second later Irvine ran back a cou-
pie of yards and then shot the ball j
out to tne edge of the field. The i
pass was half across the field and 15 !
yards ahead. '
For a moment it looked as though .
the pass was too far ahead of Sax !
for him to reach it, but by sprinting
at full speed he grabbed the ball on
the 35 yeard line and started toward
Lincolon's goal line. For a second
SAVES SEME FROM
ROUT IN CLUB BOUTS
Crack Visitor Throws Mult
nomah Man Twice in Iden
tical Periods of 2:05.
ON THE ALLEYS
Garnet were played on tbe Oregon alley
Inst night by the Commercial B league as
UNION HEAT COMPANY.
1st. 2d. 3d. Ttl. At.
T E. Peterson 176 132 517 1T2
Morgan i:)3 152 ITS 4B5 1R5
ttea 162 14H 153 WO 153
Pender 142 144 159 445 14
Merrick liS 151 189 484 161
BEAVERS SCORE FOUR
LOCAL BOXERS WINNERS
Everyone expected Smith would offer
an alibi, and here it Is:
"So help me goodness," he said.
i "when I entered the ring I was so sick
I could hardly stand pn my pina. A
million or more little black spots were
dancing before my eyes. This was be
fore Langford hit me, too. I don't
know what ailed me, as I felt fine on
the morning of the fight. Along about
5 o'clock in the afternoon I began
feeling badly and as the hour for the
bout approached I got worse.
"I wouldn't tell Manager Jim Buck
ley that anything was wrong with me,
for 'then he would either have called
off the bout or asked for a 'postpone
ment. I was anxidus to go ahead with
the match because I did not want the
Boston newspaper boys to accuse me
of runnig out of the match.
"As early as the first round, Buck
ley saw that something was wrong
with me and asked tne what was the
matter. I told him I was sick: that
my arms felt as heavy as lead and
that innumerable black spots were
dancing before my eyes. He asked
me if I thought T would be able to
go ahead and I answered in the affirm
"I know now that I made a mistake.
I was too sick to protect myself and
my judgment of distance was all gone.
It was the poorest showing I ever made
in the ring and It was all due to the
fact that I was sick. I am a pretty
hard hitter myself, but I was unable
to put enough force behind my wal
lops to crack an eggshell.
"Manager Buckley says I will have
to start all over again. Maybe I will,
but I believe I can put Langford away
if given another chance. If Sam won't
take me on I stand ready to meet Jess
I Wlllard or any other heavyweight in
Che business. I want to redeem my
self as quickly as possible."
Billy Haseot Has Almost as Baay
Tim With Opponent aa Walter
Knowlton, Fighting1 Fireman.
Miller . .
Bailey . .
Totals i 877 810 848 2483
Hich score. T. K. Peterson 2W: hieh aTer-
age. Bailey 1T9. Halloa & Wright wun three
JS06 T7.i 730 2371
BAU.OU & WRIGHT
190 154 124 418 156
162 IK) ISO 472 154
138 1!j 166 499 166
144 150 195 4S 163
173 181 183 537 179
Pete Standridge Pitches Onefe r
Hit Baseball Game for aVe
Period of Seven Ijfnings.
Rodgers. Kores arid FJsheB moved up
on the throw-In and 1) walked.
Lober filed to Coy' and Kfrea scores
after the catsh. . Ynta e4ne through,
with a single and scored! jtished fof
tbe fourtlt run. 1" -
Coy's walk and Charleif triple in
the ninth scored the third! un for the
Seals In their half of the nh.
AB. n..fi. PO
...... 3 3 a
IHvane, cf . . .
Rodgers, 2b ,
Kores. 1U . . .
159 175 552 184
170 157 496 165
178 154 158 490 103
.U05 171 IBS 544 1S1
.lfttj 126 115 397 132
OAKLAND WINS 11-7 GAME
Oakland, Cal., Oct. 24. In a loose
fielding and free hitting game the
locals defeated the Missions yester
day by the score of 11 to 7. Eleven
the Cardinal players stood with their errors were made during the game,
mouths open then they started after , " -
Sax. They realized what had hap-
Proagh and Klawitter Were touched
up for 13 bingles, wlille Oakland se
cured 15 off the deliveries of Ma
larkey and C. Williams.
Jim has a hankering to go to
freint and would, too. If It were
as Wex Jones might say for tfte
Also Jim is dippy about his young
orchard over In Mill valley or some
where. "Am craxy about growing
pened, too late to stave oil dereat.
Ike Wolfer converted the goal.
The Jefferson rooters went wild aft
er the score was made, while the Lin
coln team rooters remained in their
seats and stopped cheering.
Lincoln's points were scored in the Oiu-st. 3b 3
second period, Karle Freeman made a '",rt'Ca '.!!.";.';;:."; I
beautirui S7 yara piace men., aiwr ;:irtler. lb
teammates had been penalized live Zacher, cf .
yards for being off side. A poor pass- Slenges, sr .
back by Maurice gave Lincoln posses- proufh p .
sion of the ball on Jefferson's 22 yard Klawitter, p
line just before the place kick was
A fumble in tne iirsi perioa rooueo
H. rt. A. E.
11 15 2
bhinn, rf 5
the West Slders of a touchdown. The
play occurred just before the end oi ; Young, 2b
the first period, after F. Busch had prf. ss ......
blocked one of Wolfe's punts, the Card- j
inals recovering the tall on Jeffer- ;aJPi 3b ;
son's 7 yard line. On third down, the Vuii Buren, If
, . 1 1 , KnoifiaWl ottumnt rl an end Hannah, c ..
KVLl uuiill u...w.g,v. -- Malnrlisv n
rUn, UUl LUU1UICU tlo has. w J "
Fumbles and De nalties- were numer-
Frankle Drlscoll stopped Young Dixon ' trees and tne tox trot which I do J ous throughout the game, Lincoln suf- j
AB. R. H
5 2 3
6 0 1
.41 7 13
3 0 0
4 4 0
10 1 0
1 0 1
0 4 S
4 2 0
0 2 0
0 2 0
27 15 4j
PO. A. E.
0 5 3
2 0 2
10 2 1
0 0 0
27 U ft
with a knockout in the second Tound,
and Puggy Donovan won from Joe
Perry in the fourth round, the polloo
topping the bout.
Portland Bill Beats
Missoula, Mont., Oct. 24. Portland
Fill James twirled the American
league All-Stars to a 10 to 3 victory
ver the National leaguers in an exhi
bition game in Hamilton. Mont, yes
terday. Jeff Tesreau of the New York
Giants twirled for the Nationals.
, WILLS TO BOX CAMERON
Sen Francisco, Oct. 24. Harry
,( Wills, the New Orleans negro heavy
weight, and Jim Cameron of Las
Angeles will meet In the mala event
of a aeries of four round bouts to be
staged at Pavlllion rink here next Frl-
day night. Joe Chip, a brother of
George Chip; will jneet Tom Nicola of
Oakland in. the special event.
Wills la scheduled to clash with Sam
Langford In a 20 round bout at Daly
. City on the evening of November 13
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
5 Facifie Coast Laru.
: Won. Lost. P. C
reruand 113 81 .58 J
Jam Anaelea It.l i ,55s
Han rranclaco 112 a ,533
n'c IH . 97 .531
Ml'Slons 88 120 423
Oakland 78 1:tl ..trrt
quite gracefully,' he scribbles. "1
would rather fox trot than nurse trees,
but the trees, I hope, will nurse me in
my old age, and tha fox trot won't.
OUR IDEA OF SOMETHING HARD.
Mr. Chip trying, to hit Mr. Clabby.
ATTXXTXOaTi T2CXXT MOOCXXKSI
The Mnltnomah-Cnemawa foot
ball rmme today is absolutely and
poaitlTely free. Oorarn yoturael-rea
Richard B. Benton, for IS years the
iceman at Boyle's Heights, Los An
geles, la running for the California
legislature. It ia said that he doea
not run like an Ice wagon or that he
is likely to melt away in front of the
Indeed We Do.
We wonder how the ticket scalpers
overlooked the debate last night.
Although Yale put the NOT in Notre
Dame, we look for Michigan to give the
Har! to Harvard.
, C. -Williams, p
SCORE BY INNINGS. "
...O 0101503 1 11
...1 0201611 815
Missions 3 0020200 0 7
Hits 3 0130311 113
Seven rnns, 11 bits, 28 at bat off Malarker
in 0 1-3 innings; 7 runs, 11 hits, 28 at bat.
off Prongh in 6 innings. Charge defeat to,
C. Williams. Credit victory to Klawitter.
Three base hits Malarker, Klawitter. Two
b.-ise hits Quintan, tlunnah, Middleton, Shiun,
Ajrbogast. Sacrifice hits Guest 2. Orr. Van
Bureu. Sacrifice fly Quinlan. Bases on
fi a mainritv or tne Denaiuef
Jefferson was robbed of a touchdown Hi1iaDd -
., -1 1 . i j xttii,a-- i , ring .....
in tne inira pvnuu, 11 ..w.
made a beautiful run of 25 yards, be
cause of holding. A majority of the
spectators seemed to think the penalty
unjust because both players were hold
ing. . ,
The defensive playing of Jefferson's
line and secondary defense was great.
Steve Wilcox backed up the line in
great style and every member of the bails- Off Prongh 1, off Malarkey 1,
Rln and CinA Hmiari deserves tirsiu out Bv Prough 3. by Malarkey 3.
I Incoln nlaved irnnd hull hut InckoA pitcher Quinlan. Double plays Tennant to
Lincoln piayea gooa Dan, DUt lacked Hannah. Stolen bases Oakland 6. Missions
a field generaL 2. Passed ball Hannah. Left on bases
The tactics of E. R. Holt, Lincoln's Oakland 9, Missions 10. Runs responsible for
fullback, who nlaved dfenstv on7rtU I'rough 4 Malarke 1, C. Williams 1. Time
" W'U 1 . rTMnlaa- UKvla an1 Uni'arih
approval of th spec- -
$ FATIMA I
ANGELS CINCH 2ND PLACE
Loa Angeles, Cal., Oct. 24. The Lob
Angeles team cinched second position
In the Paelflo Coast league pennant
race by defeating the Venice Tigers
yesterday by the score of 8 to i
Elmer Koestner waa touched up for
nine bingles at Opportune times by
u.i . i R- H- p0- A. E.
Iard, 2b 4 o
Kane, ef S o
Risberj. rf 3 0
McDonnell, lb 4 1
Lltaohl. 3b 4 0
McArdle, ss 3 0
KlnoK. e 3 o
Koestner, p j
Decannlere, p 1 q
iiui ini wiiii me approval 01 tne soec-
tators. Holt made a speciality of necB.
tie tackles on Captain Irvine.
Jefferson., Position. Lincoln.
golfer LEli Tannassee
Seabrook LTR Boehmer
Emery LOR Jones
Maurico C Druschel
Curry ROL......G. Busch
Glebjsch RTL F. Busch
CaWin REL Oroce C)
Irvine (C) ..Q Livingstone
.?x t l Freeman
Sj,1 RL Oliver
rselson .F Holt
Substitutes Kennedy for Maurice.
Maurice for Kennedy, Stemler for Nel
son, Kellogg for Kmery, Kennedy for
Goal kick Wolfer. .
Place kick Freeman.
Score by quarters:"
Jefferson 0 0 0 7 ,7
Lincoln ,.0 3 0 0 3
Officials Roscoe Fawcett, referee'
Grover Francis, head linesman; A H.
Burton, head linesman.
Bear Skull of Great Age.
Los Angeles,. Oct. 24. A bear's
6kull, said to be 200,000 years old, has
been unearthed in the La Brae as
Waldorf Aster's Son Injured.
London, Oct. 24. Captain John As
tor, Waldorf As tor's son, and the Duko
of Roxburghe, who married May
uoeiet, were mentioned among th
wounded In France.
Buddy Ryan Home.
John (Buddy) Ryan, the Portland
center fielder -who aided in winning
the 1914 Coast league pennant, arrived
here yesterday from San Francisco,
As soon as the Mackmen cinched the
pennant Manager McCredie sent his
star center fielder home.
The victory of Oliver Runchey, the
crack lightweight wrestler of the Se
attle Athletic club, over A. Schuttpelz
of the Multnomah club, saved the Blue
Diamond club from a complete rout in
the inter-club meet at the "Winged M"
club last evening. The sound city
athletes were outclassed by a wide
margin In the other Inter-club events.
The meet was tha first to be staged
by the Multnomah club this fall and
the card, which had to be changed at
the last minute, was very good. Wag
ner of the Armory club was scheduled
to go against Monpier, but failed to
appear, while Ollie Hill was suspended
by the P. N. A. for 30 days and Han
sen had to be substituted in the bout
with Byers of Multnomah A. good
sized , crowd witnessed the events.
The victories of Walter Knowlton
and Billy Mascot over the Seattle
boxers were easy. Mascot readily beat
Phil Richardson, who was substi
tuted for Earl Baird at the last min
ute in three rounds. Mascot in his
bout last evening appeared to be a
pocket edition of Earl Mlebus, Mult
nomah's great middleweight. Rich
ardson's face was a target for Mas
cot's stinging rights and lefts, while
many stiff punches were landed In
the Seattle boy's mid section.
Knowlton tapped Madden on both
ears and on the nose In the first
round and in the second round jarred
the Seattle boxer with two or three
stiff lefts. In the third round he put
it all over the vrsitor.
"Virgil Hamlin's quick victory over
Willie of Seattle surprised the fans.
The first fall was secured by the local
grappler just two seconds before the
end of the time limit, but in the sec
ond fall, Hamlin lost no time in put
ting the shoulders of the Seattle club
athlete to the mat.
Oliver Runchey beat Schuttpelz of
Multnomah easily in two falls of 2:05
each. The Seattle wrestler made short
shift of the lojal club boy after the
first minutes or eacn ran.
Th preliminary events were very
good, the Derbyshlre-Brennan bout be
ing the classiest event of the card.
The go was close from start to finish
and the Western club boy waa award
ed the decision by forcing the boxing
during the last two rounds. Brennan
landed cleaner blows, but Derbyshire
kept coming in for more and his
punches, which were short' and
straight, carried a lot of steam behind
The victory of Byers over Hansen
of the Mohawk club did not seem to
please the crowd. Hansen Was all
but out in the third round, Byers' in
experience alone saving the Mohawk
boy from a knockout. In the fourth
round, Hansen failed to 1 land more
than one clean blow.
125 DOUnd wrftstlinsr Vlrctl IJ.m.
lin, Mutnomah. beat P. E. Willie, Se
attle, in two straight falls. First fall
in 14:58 with a far arm and crotch
hold; second fall in 3:12 with an arm
bar and half Nelson.
136 pound wrestling Oliver Run
chey. Seattle, beat A. Schuttpelz, Mult
nomah, in two straight falls. First
fall In 2:05 with a far arm hold and
the second fall in the same time and
with the same hold.
115 pound boxing Billy Mascot,
Multnomah, beat Phil Richardson, Se
attle, decision, three rounds.
135 pound boxing Walter Knowlton,
Multnomah, beat L. Madden, Seattle,
decision, three rounds.
145 pound wrestling Hilton, Mult
nomah, beat Freilinger, Multnomah, in
two straight falls, 4:31 and 4:20.
115 pound boxing H. Koster Mult
nomah, beat H. Gonzales, Western,
decision, three rounds.
125 pound boxing A. Byers, Mult
nomah, beat C. Hansen, Mohawk, de
cision, four rounds.
145 pound boxing D. Derbyshire,
Mohawk, beat M. Brennan. Multnomah,
decision, iour rounas.
jsoxing exnioition Vincent Monpier.
Multnomah, and Frank Huelat. Mult
nomah, three rounds.
Officials Dr. B. E. Loomis, referee
of wrestling; Olmar Dranga, referee
of boxing: Frank E. vVatkins and J
P. Carney judges; George L. Parker
and Edgar E. Frank, timekeepers; Mar
tin Hawkins, announcer.
Total 923 7XO 776 2479
Martina 203 190 lfi8 51 1S7
Koss 1H5 161 17. 471 157
Nelson 147 173 170 48 166
Reed 138 146 170 454 151
tort 1B9 iMt 238 555 1S5
Totals 792 822 925 23K9
High score. Fore 236; high arerage, Martina
187. VancoUTer Post won two out of three
ARCHER ft WIGGINS WKONAS.
Voelker 148 189 162 40B 166
Berry 145 1WI 144 449 148
Bill Krause 119 j28 171 4 IS 139
Wlgeer .....204 152 191 247 182
Leo. Krauae 169 212 1S7 otiS lbU
Totals "85 841 855 2481
DOOLK A CO.
F. C. Smith 173 125 141 4:59 140
Orlswold 155 117 134 i:t."
Uooley ....184 169 1S7 540 1W
Kerrrsmitn 198 126 18:i 507 169
Keilaoa 177 29 176 D79 193
Totals 887 763 821 2471
High score, Neilson 228: high average. Nell
on 193. Archer & Wiggins weonas won m
out of three games.
MARTINONI BOOSTS STOCK
Portland Heaver Will riaisu Pretty
Cloae to Top of Xeag-ne Tnia Sea
son Whan Checking la Bona.
Tola Is 32 0 T
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San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 24. Port'
land won another game yesterday from
San Francisco by making four runs
in the ninth inning, thereby adding an
other victory to Martinoni's string.
The Seals looked to be winners with
a 2 to 1 lead and Standridge pitching
one-hit baseball for alx innings. To
ward the end the champions began
finding Pete, making three hits a
one run in the seventh Inning and
three hits and four runs in the ninth.
The Seals put over two runs in the
fourth inning and, then laid off till
their halt of the ninth. O'Leary sln
gled as a starter, this being followed
by Downs" single and Coy's Walk. Mar-
tinont hit Cartwright and forced In a
grounded to Rodgers,
fumbled, but got
Charles at first. That let Downs tally.
Portland made its first run in the
seventh. Doane and Rodgers singled
and then pulled off a double Steal.
Hutted for Itleger In ulntb:"
o if o
Spalding's football bookings for to
morrow are as follows:
Oregon City Independents vs. Arleta,
at Oregon City, 2:30 p. m. I
.rtland 0 0 !H& OHIO 43
hus Dopi ooi a 1
ill Francisco 0 O 0 O O " 13
Hits 0 O !fj2 , 0 O 2 1
Stolen bases Domic, ItmjS. Bchmlilt.
Three buse hit Charles. ' Saotiyiie fly L"lr,
Sacrifice bit Rodgers. Basen on balls off
Martlnonl 3, off Staudrida jllH StrucK out
an Dy Martlnonl 4, by HtamlrlUge 4. " .
nd 1 liltcher Cartwright. Left o; ase Portland
4, sau Francisco d. uuus gfWuunHJme ir-
Martluenl 3. 'Standridge 3. Ipne of game
1:41. Umpires Held and Fftuier.
. ff- '
Hikers Give Tfianks
For Bed anii Meals
Roseburg, Or., Oct. 2t The mem
bers of a party of 200 unemployed men
who were detained heitjs over night
thanked the city, the officials and tha
uaviK scratched a. hit to Cartwright kiks lodge lor me covirteous trear
and Doane checked In. I ment accorded them whlffc here, before
Bancroft walked and Doane bunted departing fur the southi They were
compenea to Biay nere wnen ins rail
road company, refused to permit them
safely in the ninth. This atarted
things. Rodgers attempted a sacri
rice and was safe on Downs error,
Astoria Athletic club vs. Washing- J Jeremiah having dropped Schmidt's
ton Athletic club, at Astoria, 2:30 p. m
North Portland vs. bellwood, at
Twenty-fifth and Raleigh, 2:30 p. m.
Overlooks vs. St. Johns, at St. Johns,
3 p. m.
Mohawks, vs. Hood River Athletio
association, at Hood River, 2:30 p. m.
Columbia Park vs. Wabash, at Co
lumbia park, 2:30 p. m.
CresUJn vs. Ooldenrods, at Anabel
Station, 2:30 p. m.
East Portland vs. Southern Pacific,
at East Portland field, East Twelfth
and Davis, 2:30 p. m.
Junior Moose vs. Brooklyn, at Pen
insula park, 3 p. m.
Lents vs. Arleta, at Lents, 2:30 p.m.
' ! aa , ,- -ii
D. A. Kile Formerly
Lived at Parkdale
Troufclake, Wash.. Oct. S3. Sup
posedly a suicide, D. A. Kile was found
sitting beside the road across from
Troutlake postoffice Wednesday morn
ing, with a bullet hole in his fore
head and unconscious. He died soon
afterward. C. W. Moore, the postmas
ter, found him. An inquest will be
Kile arose at 5 o'clock Wednesday
morning and telling his wife he was
going to a neighbor's two miles to the
west, took his gun and instead of go
ing to the west went east about four
miles from bis home and after walk
ing around in the hills, came to the
pojnt opposite the Troutlake postof- j
fice, where he was found. i
Mr. Kile had mat with many finan
cial discouragements and it is thought
he caused his own death. He was born
in Tennessee 42 years ago and was
reared in that state and was married
there. He together with his family
moved to Parkdale, Hood River coun
ty, Oregon, five years ago and on
meeting 'with reverses came to Trout
lake valley last August, where he
found, work in the Skelley sawmill. He
leaves a widow, six sons and a daughter.
throw. Kores forced Bancroft at the
plate on a grounder to Standridge.
Fisher clubbed for Reiger, "and his
urlve to right brought over Doane atio.
to leave on trains. Mayor Rice took
up a collection and fed -them Tuesday
night, and then tendered them th use
of the armory for slipping quarters.
The Elks donated money and food for
their breakfast. - 1 .
At 12V2c Per Gallon
A. J. WINTERS & CO.
67 SIXTH STREET i
Factory Branch PENNSYLVANIA RUBBER CO. Vacuum
Cup Tire. j i
.11 J P K.K I 9 Km
Bullet Is in Him.
Lebanon, Or.. Oct. 24 C. W. Angel,
who shot John Gibson October 10,
waived time for an examination, and
was placed under $1000 bonds. The
charges preferred against him were
assault with a dangerous weapon. Not
being able to furnissh bonds. Angel was
again placed in jail. In 10 days after
Angel sent a bullet from a 38 caliber
rifle through Gibson's body within a
few inches Of his heart, Gibson was
downtown in his buggy. The bullet
has never been removed.
Mount Lassen Rumbles.
Redding, Cal., Oct. 24. Distant
rumblings and a slight vibration were
noted, followed by another eruption
from Mount Lassen yesterday.
Grays Harbor Cities
is afforded by the
Four Splendid Trains of the
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company
Steel Flyer Leaves Union Depot 8i30 A. M.
(Direct Connection for Grays Harbor Cities) i
Puget Sound Express 4 -l;j& P. M.
SHASTA LIMITED Train de Luxe 3jif) P. M.
The OWL (Sleepers open 9:30 P. M.) MliGp P. M.
(Through Sleeping-Uar service to Orays iiaTborff
. it M
Similar Service Returning
Totals 30 1
8 24 is
ths nnuasN iund
Wolter, rt 4
Abitln, lb .
; Magfert, cf .
Johnson, m .
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Lo Aagelis 0 0 0 0 1 8 2 0 d
Hlta 0 1 0 1 a 8 1 0 ZS
Two base Mt McDonnell. R, critic bits-.
Terry 2, Bolea, Wolter. Struck oat B
Koestner 1, Lore- 2, . Decanniere 2. Pertitt L.
Base on ballsOf? Koeatner 4, hove 8. l
eanoier 1, Runs reapooslbl forLore 1
Koestner 4. Five Mte, 1 ran, ao at bat off
1? S 1-3 lnn,n: rnns, 24 at
bat off Koeatner In S Innings (taken out In
Ttt. 2 on, Dong out). Cham defeat to
Kooatn,. credit victor? to Perr'tt. Doable
ply Metjrer to Anateln. Stolen bases
vau. nagjnn a, Jonnsim. ?;lld pitch
Walters Filling Stations
No More Colds
For Bald Men
Xaooaaad af bald
aiaa aaoapa sold
ItfOll ' Uttl aaa
rarfsetly tnada, cannot be oota4.
aa 4acsoaitrato. Mail ardars fUloa.
life pute ffl 7
For schedules, tickets, reservations, etc.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
3d and Washington Streets
Important Changes in Trains
k C?l 1 AtVJ, rET I
Oregon Electric Railway
MAIN LINE AND BRANCHEi
Consult Local Agencies for details. Nw Time,
Cards ready Saturday.
No. 13. Salem-Eugene Limited, now Ieavitlsf4:5(ji:p. tn.. will
leave 10 minutes earlier 4:40. This tram wiljttiake local
stops between Tualatin and Albany. ,--.. jf
No. 17, now leaving 6:05 p. m. will leave. S minuted arller, at 6
p. m., and will terminate at Salem, instead, of 4( jbany.
New No. 6 will leave Salem at 7:15 a. m., arrivl t'ortland
9:30 a. m.
No. 10, Eugene-Portland Limited, will make loeal fcjjfps belvveen
Gray and Salem. i
Nos.. 45 and 46, on Forest Grove division, wil rjjjjj Saturday ''
only. - '-nr - - .. Ii '
For other changes, see train bulletins;
CITY TICKET OFFICES
North Bank Station
10th and Stark '
10th. and Morrison
5th tend: Stark
Umpires Hayes and
147 Broadway, naa atomaaa