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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1916.
BRINGING 9 IPFATHER
By George McMinr
1 Ovrrlcfetatf by Istersa-Jenai Kewa s-rvKe ;
Rrb"mt rnfA, Htte Pirt Of" -
DO MOO VvAnY to
VALK OP THAT
TAKE. A WALK.
EVERT MQaNlN. '
TODAY READY TO PLAY
Telegram : rYorrr East 'Says
Second Baseman Will Show
J ' Up at Los Angeles Park.
TO TAKE VAUGHN'S PLACE
Yinfhn, Who WUX B Switched to
Short, Beys Arm Xs Oood Enough
v fo XKn-e Throws,
RODGERS IS EXPECTED
10 JOIN , THE BEAVERS
1 SI -T
I ww-HK-'L r n i
SggSST Z&lF1! I HUH?
I -J 1 I
SJr J 9 WALKVH VERY
m Whir the Teams Play.
At' Ban Francisco Los An-
reles and Oakland.
At Salt Lake Ban Francisco
t and Salt Lak.
At Lot Angeles Portland
m and Vernon,
By II. A Cronin.
All doubt as to the exact time when
BiU Rodger wjll Join the Portland
Baseball club In Los Angeles, was
brushed away yesterday when Vice
president George B. Cellars of Portland
Baseball club, prompted by the veteran
secretary or the club,-George Shepherd,
flashed a telegram from the east stat
ing that Rodger would hop off the
rattler In Los Angeles at 2:3(To'clock
. this afternoon.
" In all llkallhonrt Rni1n win talra
t m ,ni uj, iuou inuusuuia ana size
up vii ioui imiu, alter a season ana
a half absence. He will arrive too Ixia
to. get into a uniform, but as be has
been working out right along with the
Cincinnati club, will probably be In
v good condition to don the spangles to-morrow
and take his old place at sec
"Will Add Strength to Club.
- Rodgers will add a lot of strength to
oaaarunaiug ana targe amount 01 pap
rika, sometimes called "life." This will
' shove Bobby Vaughn over to short
stop. There has been some curiosity
AM 1 11 whftfhP Vailffhn Visa A Atmniw
voDty says bis wmp is as strong .s It
vc- was, and he played third base
when he was in the International
league and got away with it. Vaughn
may not cover as much ground as
Ward, but he will make a better of
fensive man than "Chuck" on account
: of his better hitting and his bunting.
, at which he has no superior in tbe
' Tbe return of Rodgers will be wel
comed by the broad thinking fans. Of
course he will probably be given a
jovial salute by the old clique in the
right field bleachers, the ones with the
sandpaper collars. This crowd used
to turn its batteries on "Bulldog Bill,"
Vbut he replied with a long range bom-
bardment and invariably put them to
"rout. Nothing like that ever f eases
the doughty Portland field leader, loat
of the old-timers remember the day
that BiU kicked a couple after going
.for close to SO games without an
error. He doffed his cap in derision
and then came back with men on the
' bases, poled out a triple and helped to
win the contest. They couldn't get
i Beavers' Detractors Qiven Quietus.
The winning of six out of tbe last
even games has put a sort of quietus
On the detractors of the Beavers, and.
as has been mentioned in these col
umns, they will win a goodJnany more
games by . the same relative margin.
specially with Rodgers on the Job.
The form being shown by Little Al
itboron has . been decidedly reassur
t to the Portland fans; This little
pitcher appears to be one who needs
lots of work in order to retain his
stuff from work day to workaday. If
Manager McCredle adheres to his pres
ent system, Al s working days will be
from four to five days apart. He Is
a pitcher that apparently doesn't leave
much of a strain on his arm after a
FTKNOWrdUST JNNHAT'YOU ARE GOING'TO SAY
YOU'THINK I WON -THE GAME. DON'T YOU ?
YOU'RE 'WRONG! in SMILING BECAUSE THIS IS A
game, and those are the boys who can
bear the brunt of the work.
Spokane Wants a Beaver Pitcher.
K. Laughlngwater Williams, the
handsome blonde chieftain of the Spo
kane Indians, is burnlng'up the 'wires
between Spokane and Portland and Los
Angeles, endeavoring to land a pitcher
from tbe Portland club, either Oscar
Theander Harstad or Herbert Fleet
foot Kelly. , The latest telegram from
Nick was forwarded to Judge McCredle.
who la now at his mineral mud springs
up at Salt Creek, engaged in prepara
tion to receive the defeated Republican
candidates. Inasmuch as the Salt
Creek resort is 12 miles off the rail
road, it may be a few days before the
Judge gives K. Laughlngwater an, an
swer. Williams figures that he needs an
other mighty bowman to stave off the
hordes in the Northwestern league, and
would like nothing better than to make
captive of Harstad. Although he has
a reliable lefthander in Rube Evans,
Nick figures he could get along with
Kelley if he can't get Oscar Theander.
It is said he would like to trade Out
fielder Kenneth Williams, recently re
turned from Cincinnati, for Harstad.,,
Must JMjf Off Two Men.
The addition Sunday 'of Rip Hag
erman, if tbe eastern dispatches are
trustworthy, to the Beavers by the re
lease route, means that the Beavers
must cut two men off the roll with
the coming also of Rodgers. Hager
roan will probably supplant Kelly, as
McCredle does not figure that Kelley
knows enough about pitching to re
main in this league.
Hagerman was one of the leading
lights of the 1913 team and helped to
win a pennant that year along with
Bill James. He came to Portland from
the Western league, after having seen
service with Chicago and Louisville.
Cleveland took him for the 1914 season
and he Fas been there since; but has
not been a consistent winner.' Cleve
land has such a good pitching! staff
now that Hageman' did not figure, and
consequently he was released, to. the
Beavers. He ought to be a "winner
again in the Coast league.
At Seattle R. H. E.
Spokane 4 4 2
Seattle 7 12 1
Batteries Webb, Bloomfiel and
Murray; Rose and Cadman.
Vancouver-Tacoma game at Vancou
ver postponed; Tacoma team failed to
No game scheduled between Butte
and Great Falls.
White's Bout Postponed.
Chicago. May 23. (U. P.)-The 10
round bout between Charley White and
Ritchie Mitchell, scheduled to be held
In Milwaukee May 29, was postponed
yesterday until June 2.
Match at 148 Pounds Prom
ises to Be Most Excit
ing in Years.
What promises to be the best wrest
ling match ever staged in Portland,
and one that should draw the largest
crowd ln recent years, will be staged
tonight at the end of a classy pre
liminary ,card in the roomy Eleventh
It will be a return match between
y Eddie O'Connell, welterweight Cham
pion or ine worm, ana waiter iuuier
of St. Paul, the world's middleweight
champion. Miller, who defeated O'Con
nell some months ago at 168 pounds,
outweighing CConnell by 10 or 12
pounds, has agreed to wrestle the local
man tonight at a point nearer the
welterweight limit. Miller was to
make. 148 pounds at 3 o'clock this aft
ernoon, and a preliminary weigh yes
terday shows that he will easily make
the required poundage, as he tipped
the beam at 146 ft pounds.
CConnell's arm, which was wrenched
when he wrestled Miller before. Is now
as strong as it ever was, and he will
not have it to worry him aa in the
last bout. Miller massaged it until
there was no power left in it and
O'Connell, bereft of the- leverage, fell
victim after a terrific, struggle.
Their last bout was pronounced by
the rallbirds as the closest and most
interesting ever held in Portland, but
with everything practically equal this
time, the battle should be, even more
exciting. At any rate, that's the way
the- blown-in-the-bottle wrestling fans
looit at it, ond accounts for the big
advance "sale. '
The principals will probably reach
the mat about 9 o'clock, and onco they
get down to business it will be a bout
to the finish. Owing to the unsatis
factory ending of the O'Connell-Vance
match by The arrival of .midnight.
Miller and O'Connell agreed to go on
until one or the other secured two falls,'
whether it was 12 m. or 2 a. ra.
A good bunch of preliminary boxers
win entertain the fans until the wrest
ling champs come on. Frankle Warren
willmeet Joe Nagle at 126 pounds, and
Billy Ryan and Jakey Harris will step
at 108 pounds. The wrestling match
will be presided over by Bud Smith,
the Vancouver, Wash., veteran, and
Muff Broneon will referee the boxing
The Log Cabin team would ilke to
arrange a game ror Decoration day
Communicate with H. h. Bucholtz, Log
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES
Braves 8, Cardinals 5.
AB. H.O. A
AB. H.O. A.
UC'r'DTiUe,ss 6 1 1 2 J. Bmltb.cf
Collin. If.. 6
8mitU,3b. .. 2
T 0 Snyder, e. . . .
Totals ..34 9 27 111 Totals ...30
9 27 23
Batted for Williams In nisfth.
Boston ....0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 08
St. Louis ..0 000 0 000 6 S
Buua Maranvllle, ' Even, Collins 2, Wll
bolt, Konetchy. Smith, Cumptou. J. Sniltb,
Corban,- Bescaer,- Wilson,. Horngby. Error
Jack Smith 2, Bescher. Two base bits
Uowdy, Miller, Betxel. Ibree base bit
Koniaby. Home ran CoIHim. Stolen base
Ccwdy. Sacrifice bits J. Smltt, Hughes.
Itouble play Williams to Corhan to Miller.
Kirst on error Boston i. Bases' on balb)
Off Williams 4. Hit by pitcher Konftchy
by Williams. Htrnck out By Hughes 7. by
Williams 3. Umpires Hlgler and Harrison.
Phillies Defeat Cubs, 5 to 3.
AB. H. O. A.
AB. U. O. A.
3 0Schnlte.lf . . 4 3 4 0
1 SS.Klack.rf.... 3 110
Cooper, cf. .
1 6WUUams,cf 2 12 0
1 UZim'rm'D,3l 4 0 0 1
1 Olbaier.lb.... 4 19 0
O 0 i.eider.2b... 4 0 2 3
1 13 OiMcCarthy.Zb 0 0 0 0
1 7 1 ricber,c. . . 4 o 7 1
0 0 4Malllgan.ss 4 0 2 2
HendrU.p.. 2 10 1
ISeaton.p. . . . 10 0 1
jZwHllug. ... 10 0 0
UMann 10 0 0
Totals.. 84 7 27 13 Totals.
Batttd for Zeider In eighth.
tBatted for tieaton la nlutb.
S3 7 27 9
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 05
Chicago 0OUO3OOO 0 3
Bum Byrne, Stock 2, Cravath 2. Scbulte
Flack, Hendrix. Errors Niehoff. Cooper.
Scbulte, AIulllKan. Two base bits Stuck.
Cravath, Schulte, Saler, Hendrix. Stolen
bases Stock, Alexander. Sacrifice bits Nle-
lioff. Flack. First on errors Philadelphia 2.
Chicago 1. Bases on bulls Off Alexander 1.
off Hendrix 6. Hit by pitcher Williams by
Alexander. Struck ont By Alexander O. by
Hendrix 4, by Beaton 2. Pmplres Klem and
At Pittsburg Brooklyn - Pittsburg
game postponed, wet 'grounds.
At Cincinnati New York-Cincinnati
game postponed, rain.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Browns Beat Yanks, 0 to 5.
ghotten.lf.. 5 2 2
I NEW YORK.
A. I AB. H
O Gllbooley.rf 2
Jobnaon.aa. 5 12
Slsler.lb... 6 8 10
o Bauman.rf ..
Mlller.rf... 8 1
Pratt.fb... 8 1
Manans.cf. 4 8
4utln,8b.. 4 1
Hartley. c... 4 2
Plank, p.... 8 0
Groom, p.. . 1 0
Keating. p.. .
"fctals . .87 4 4 27 18 Totals . . .38 12 27 16
Batted for High tn sixth.
Batted for Fisher la eighth.
St. Louis oi 800201 29
New York 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 03
Runs Shotten, Joanion, SMer. Miller, Prstt
Msrsona 8, Hartley. Oedeon, Baker, Walters
2, Fiaber. Errors Anstln, Hartley, Geeeon,
Faker. Peck 2. Two bass bits Hartler Fl.ii.
er. Baker. Three base alt Johnson. Home
run uartani. stolen bases Shottca, Slsler,
Prstt. Maraana. Maree. Kluher pAtr!.
paugb. Doable plays Baker to ripp to Baker,
Jobuson to Pratt to Staler. First base on er
rorsSt. Louts 2. New York 1. Bases on
balls Off Plank 3. off Groom 1. off Keating
1. Struck out Br Keatine 2. Tit n,h
by Markls 1, by Flack 3. by Groom 1. Lm-
ires Owens and Connolly.
Senators Lead Americans.
0. A. J AB. H. O. A.
2 2Morgan.2b.. 4 0 12
7 l!Foater.3b... 3-1-14
1 2IMllan.cf 3 10 0
1 2IRondau,rf. 3 0 0 0
8 Olludge.lb... 8 1 12 0
2 0Shanks.lf . . 2 0 8 0
1 01 Henry .e... 4 17 2
Bchalk.c. .. 4
S. C'Ulns.2b 8
E. CoPns,2b 8
Felscb.cf . .
1 OMcBrlde.ss. 4 18 6
2 OHarper.B... 3 10 0
Totals. . 29 4 24 9! Totals... 29
Baited for Wolfgang in sltth.
7 27 14
Batted for Russell in ninth. I
Washington 0 1 1 00 000 2
Rons MIMlan. Judea. Errors' Wolfiran'-
Two bsse hits Terrj-, Milan. Felsch. Stolen
base Judpe. .Sacrifice hits Shanks, Judge.
Double plaf Morg-an to MeBride to Judge.
Bases on balls Off Wolfjrann 2, off Russell
2. Struck out By Harper 7., by Wolfganz
4. Lmplres Chill and O'Loughiin.
Red Sox 3, Detroit l.
DETROltf I BOSTON
AB. H. O. A.I AS. H O. A.
Bosh, as.. S 2 8 1 Hooper, rf. 3 14 0
VItt, 8b... 2 Barry, 2b.. 4021
"Jobb.cf.... 8 0 8 OI Lewis. If.. 3 0 2 0
KaTan'h.lf 3 0 2 fi Hoblltxtl.lb 8 19 0
voaea, r. 100 OI Walter, of. 4220
Beilman.rf 4 11 O Gardner, 8b 4 118
Burns, 10. 4 17 Z Jaorrm. m 3 2 2 2
Vounc 2b. 8 1 2 2jCarrigan, c 2 1 8 1
Btanasw. c 4 0 7 2 , Tbomaa. u O O 1-0
Dausa.p.. -3 1 1 ei Agnew. e. . O 0 1 o
jreg-g.p.... 3 0 0 1
ll'oster, p.. 10 0 2
f'H'nrfcka'a 1 O 0 0
fShortern. 10 0 0
Totals. 29 e28-i4 Totals.. Bl 8 27 10
Two out when winning run scored.
Batted for Carrigan in sixth.
Batted for Gregg in sixtl.
Detroit , . .00 0 0 t 0 O O 01
Runs Tounr. Walker. Janrrln. Two haw
sits Young, Dans, Carrigan, Walker 2.
Stolen bases Cobb. Bosh. Lewis. Boblltmt 2.
Sacrifice hits Vitt 2. Toons;, Lewis. JaoTrtn.
Double play Oaoss to Btanage to Burns. Baea
on talla Off Dsns 10, off Gregg 1, off Fos
ter 2. Btrack oat By Danss 3, by Gregg 2.
by Foster L CmpiresDloeea and Nallin. v
Athletics 10, Indians 8.
PhfladelDhis- PaJ Mar' SJ, . ft -ft
S.)-Jn, tha heaviest .hitting game pf
".-5,"-; ' ' ' " V '.;.. " rA' '1;
IN SELECT CLASS
Roche, Southworth, Guisto
and Nixon Make Big Gains
San Francisco, Cal., May 23. (P. N.
S.) Rube Gardner, of Oakland, steps
to front and center this week as the
chief swat artist of the Pacific Coast
league. He has the nifty percentage
Although Ping Bodie rather lost the
range for a (spell last week, he is right
up at the top of the list, with .363
against his name. Last week he was
there .380 worth.
Louis Guisto, of Portland, is begin
ning to wallop scientifically, and
doesn't Insist upon "busting" the ball
out of .the lot every time be comes up.
Lately he has been getting his singles
and his doubles as well as his grand
tour smashes. He has the neat rating
of .321 for 35 games.
The balance sheet follows:
AB. II. H. Pet.
7 14 .571
148 18 M .878
8 18 .875
179 82 83 .808
42 7 15 .857
1T2 88 61 .85
2 2 R .348
154 85 52 .338
88 n 29 .830
165 20 54 .827
40 S 13 .S25
ITS 15 67 .324
152 25 49 .822
150 27 68 .822
134 28 43 .321
H5 8 27 318
157 18 50 .818
73 11 2 .015
59 28 60 .814
16 5 5 .313
29 7 9 .810
1M 20 50 .801
128 J 3 t8 .21)7
101 19 30 .297
85 12 25 .24
17 3 5 .24
174 18 61 .203
172 18 .50 .201
134 18 89 .291
167 80 48 .287
t , 2 2 .2S
48 B 1.1 .23
173 23 49 .23
67 6 18 .2M
161 19 43 .280
180 18 88 .277
127 28 83 ,.27
153 19 42 .275
149 24 41 .275
22 3 .273
22 2 .273
118 11 82 .271
183 18 44 .270
137 1 9 87 . 270
84 2 9 .2.15
60 14 21 .203
19 2 3 .28
168 23 44 .262
124 25 82 .258
151 i 89 .258
31 I H .258
144 21 87 .257
129 22 23 .256
47 4 12 .253
18 2 4 .250
Hon tman, L. A. . .
Bodie. S. F
FiUtferald, S. F. . .
Brief, S. L
Wolter, L. A
Brooks, S. V
Ke&worthy, O. ...
Guisto, P ,
Koerner, L. A
Decanniere, V. . ,
St en, 9. F ,
Ioae, V ,
Coffey, S. F
Hannah, S. L
Fisher, P ,
Downs, S. F
Antrey, S. F
Chabek, S. L
Sheehan, 8. F
Quintan, S. L
Busier, L. A
Gleicbmann, V. , .
Orr, S. L
Y&nn, S. L.
Brown, S. F
McLarry, L. A,...,
Galloway, L. A....
Ryan. 8. L
Fittery. S. L
McGafflsan, V. ..
E. Jdhnaon, V
F la berg, V
Rath, S. L.
Scballer, S F
Couch, 3. F ,
Murphy, g. L.
Shlnn. S. L
Whaling:, V. .
Pwrltt, S. F
Frank Troeh. Leading
Amateur at Seattte
Seattle, Wash., May 23. (P. N. S.)
Frank Relhl of Tacoma, with a
mark of S7 out of a possible 100, to
day holds first place among profes
sionals entered in the twenty-second
annual trapshooting tournament of the
Washington State Sportsmen's asso
ciation, which opened yesterday on the
Harbor island range. P. J. Holohan of
Portland and Hugh Poston of San
Francisco are tied for second place
with 95 targets each.
Among the amateurs, Frank Troeh
of Vancouver, Wash., is high man as
the result of the first day's shooting.
Troeh broke 98 out of 100 targets. G.
B. Joslin of Palouse Is In. second place
among the amateurs with a. mayk of
At the annual meeting of the asso
ciation last night, C. E. McKelvey of
beattie was elected president: R. H.
Miller of Seattle, vice president, and
Hugh Fleming of Seattle, secretary.
The Green Lake club of Seattle was
awarded the 1S17 state championship
Dundee Beats Fleming.
Philadelphia, May 23. (I. N. S.)
Johnny Dundee beared Jack Fleming
in six rounds at the Olympla A. A.
the season, the Athletics trimmed
Cleveland, 10 to 8. The Mack men'
batted Coumbe out of the box In the
first 'Inning. Bagby held them score
less for six innings, but they finally
got to him for six runs and the game
in the eighth. Myers was hit bard
in three Innings, but the heavy hit
ting of his team 'mates saved him.
AB. H. O. A.
AB. H.O. A.
Witt. ss... s 3 S
Qraner, IX 4 S O 1
Smith, rf .
Bar by, p. .
sensns, e.. 4
Strnnk, cf . 6
MclnnU, lb ft
La Joie. 2b 8
0 5 8j Pick. 3b... S
2 1 ltOldring. If. 2
O UStellba.'r, If 1
1- 0 -ll4tyra,p.... 4
Totals. ST 12 94 16f Totals. . 8 14 27 111
JDS l ICU lor BIOKB 111 Dill I SI.
Cleveland 2 2 9 0 t 0 0 0 3--R
Philadelphia ..4 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10
Runs--Graaey 2. Tnraer,' Speskef 2. Gandll,
O Neii. Roth. Witt, gcbsng 2, Stronk. Mclnnls.
La Joie. Walsh 2. Pick, Myers. .Errors Tur
ner. Okirlng. Two base hits O'Neill, Myers
Three base sit Speaker."- Hone runs . Oraoer.
Roth. Walsh, - Stolen base Walsh. Kacrlfics
bit Grsne-y. BaetWos file Howard. Steel
bauer. First base- on errors Philadelphia L
Bases a balls Off Bagby , off Myers 3.
8truek out By Myers 7. WHd pitch Myers.
Vrmpire-EaBS and Hlldebrsnd. .
' . iimiiimiH- HH rnu 1 1 ' II Mill I .aihT-- !
Los Angeles, Cal., May 23. (P. N.
S.) Following a long conference;' here
between Scout Eddie Herr of the St.
Louis Cardinals and Owner Johnny
Powers of the Angels, it was rumored
that the Cards will give Inflelder But
ler to the Seraphs for Pitcher Hi Jas
per. Herr Intimated today that he was
somewhat disappointed In "Speed"
Martin, the young Oak pitcher, Herr
said that Martin showed less speed
than he had been given credit for.
Wolverton Tosses a
Fit Over Outfielder
San Francisco, Cal., May 23.
Curses on you. Jack Dal ton!
This is what Manager Wolverton, of
the Seals, said to "himself today, when
he read dispatches from Detroit stat
ing (hat Jack Dal ton, utility outfielder
of the Detroit Tigers, had refused to be
transferred to the Seal when Owner
Navin ordered him to report to the
Coast league club. Dal ton is peeved,
declaring he didn't get a fair trial with
the Tigers, and demands his uncondi
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS
Paciflo Coast League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Vernon 28 IT .622
San Francisco 26 21 .653
Los Angeles ....22 21 .612
Portland 18 19 .457
Bait Lake 18 22 .4.M)
Oakland 19 29 ' .898
Won. Lost. Pet.
Brooklyn 16 9 .623
Philadelphia . I....17 11 .607
Boston 15 11 .577
New York 13 IS .500
Chicago 15 17 .469
Cincinnati 13 18 .453
St. Louis , 14 . 19 .424
Pittsburg 12 IS .400
Washington 21 11 .654
Cleveland 21 12 ,G39
new xorK 14 13 .619
Boston 15 15 .600
Philadelphia 13 17 .433
Detrtdt la 18 .419
Et. Louts , 12 17 ' .414
Chicago IS 19 .400
Minneapolis 15 9 .625
lyCUlETtlle 18 11 .621
Colbmbas 14 9 .oue
Iudiacspolls 14 12 ,18
Toledo 12 12 M0
Ktnsas City 12 15 .444
8t. Paul 9 14 .301
Milwaukee 9 21 .300
Lincoln .... 15 9 .625
Wichita 16 10 .615
DeslMolnes 14 10 .58.1
Topeka 14 12 .538
Omaha 12 - 12 JMto
Bloux City 11 14 .440
St. Joseph 8 15 .844
Denver 8 - 16 JS3
Spokane 14 . 10 .583
Great Falls ......12 11 .522
Bntte 11 11 .500
Seattle 12 19 Aha
Taooma .,..10 12 .455
VancouTer ..10 12 .453
8 an til to Freberg.
San Francisco, Cal., May 23. (TJ. P.)
Ad Santel will meet John Freberg on
the mat here tonight In a best two out
of three falls match. Santel Is expect
ed to have a rather easy time.
Hth St. Theatre
Prices $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Seats on Sale Usual Places
- ship ua lbs.
ve Caamploa ts.
Yacifio Coast reatherwelgkt Champtom
Komeo Kagea vs. Al Bommsrs J
X6S pounds.'. -1o
Gorman vs. Jockey Beuett
- X1S ponads.
Bt XroUinlBrle 1 "
r&TDAT. 2CAT 89.
Admission 60c; 1, Slo, $a boxes.
TICXETS OV HUB Sich's, Sth at
Vsm. StUUr's, Broadway at Stark.
COAST STARS IN
Stanford Team Excites Curi
osity in Minds of Eastern
Cambridge, Mass., May S3. (U. P.)
Pacific coast stars tried out their
paces in Harvard stadium today, get
ting ready for the track and field meet
Friday and Saturday of the Intercol
legiate Association of Amateur Ath
letes of America. Every big college In
the east has teams entered, and much
interest is centered in the men who
have come 3000 miles from the western
edge of the continent to compete.
Wilson, Bchnell, Lynn and Auperke,
of Leland Stanford university, were on
the cinders m the morning, reeling off
distances up to 800 yards in cracking
good time, according to rallblrd ob
servers. Wilson is regarded aa a like
ly possibility in the mile.
Eastern critics looked on with con
siderable curiosity when Murray, Nor
ton and House worked out in the hur
dle eventx Much has been heard here
of these Stanford hurdlers, and a good
deal is expected of them in the big
meet. Simpson, of Missouri, may fin
ish ahead of Murray in the high sticks,
but there is hardly anybody in the
meet, dopesters think, who can beat
House in the low barriers, if he com
petes. He is a freshman at Stanford.
The University of California team
will also work out this afternoon.
Sisson. another Stanfordlte, prac
ticed jumping today. Captain Murray,
of Stanford, attracted the most com
ment, however, his form and style in
th hurdles being the prettiest seen at
the stadium for many a day.
Griffith's Price for Johnson.
Washington, May 23. (U. P.) Dis
cussing rumors that the Cleveland
American league club wants to pur
chase Walter JohnsonClark Griffith,
manager of Washington, said today
that he would be glad to sell the pitch
er for the United States treasury, en
graving plant and mint.
AGENCY SUPERVISOR WANTED
An old line Life Insurance Company, doing a
large business in Oregon, wants an experienced
life insurance talesman to find and instruct
agents and write personal business. State age.
experience and personal production in first let- -ter.
Salary, commissions and expenses to a
liigh-class man. Communications treated strict-
ly confidential. Address Supervisor, D-589
Daily from June 1 via The North
Bank Road. Choice of many routes
going and returning. , Direct "or
through California, with stopovers
in each direction.
Direct Via Cal.
Atlanta $101.18 $114.23
Boston ...... 110.00 127.50
NawYorlc... 110.70 128.20
Denver ' 65.00 72.50
Kansas City.. 60.00 77.50
Detroit 83.50 101.00
TWO DAILY LIMITED TRAINS
THROUGH TO THE EAST
"See America Fir? Mean the Glacier and Yellowstone
- Park Route
Twin Palaces, S.S Northern Pacific and Great Northern
26 Hour at Sea, to SaiujFranciaco . .
Sailings May 13, 18, 23, 27, and TUESDAYS, THURS
DAYS, SATURDAYS, Beginning June 1.
SAN FRANCISCO NEW ROUND-TRIP
On sale daily
J. Krause Pitches ? 1
Very Clever Game
Echo. May 13. With a (Jocko)
Krause, formerly a Portland player,
pitching, the Bene" team defeated, the
Pilot Rock Pirates her Sunday and
took the lead In the Blue Mountain
league pennant race. Krause, .who
earlier In the season was with the
Ktrkpatrlck Star, in the Inter -City
league, has won two games for th
local team, striking out 14 of the
Pirates and 13 of the Weston players
Khe week before, and only passing one
man to first on balls in the two games.
score Ecno 9. mot rock ,
Pilot Rock has been the pennant win
ner in the Blue Mountain league for
two years. Last season it did not
lose a game during the series. " f
TvArrvom Pat TATncsf OTn
Golf Tourney Public
Del Monte, Cal., May t8. (IT. P.)
The program for the Western Golf
championship tournament, to be played
here in July, was mads publlo hers to.
day. - -
On July 12, the opening day of the
tournament, the first 18 holes of the
qualifying round will be played. The
64 players returning the lowest cards
will continue in the second half of the
qualifying round the next day, and the
33 lowest players will qualify for the
championship flight. During the- re
mainder of the week the match play
rnnnil, will he nlaved. with the finals.
36 holes, on July 22. ,
Canby Artisans Lose, , ..
Mount Angel College, Mount Angel,
Or., May 23. In a game played hers
Sunday, the Mount Angel college base
ball team beat the Canby Artisans, 17
to 2. The feature of this gams .was
good batting on the part of tbs colle
gians who got 13 hits to Canbyg Z.
The Artisans made their two runs In
the ninth Inning on errors. These
fumbles were mostly due to a wet dia
mond. Sohler, the Mount Angel col
lege pitcher, struck out 16 men.:;
Batteries M. A. C, Sohler '. and
Chaple: Canby, Calvin and Oribble,
Round - Trip Fares
Direct Via Cat.
St. Louis $ 71.20 $ 88.10
Memphis .... 80.00 92.50
Washington .. 108.50 126.00
Minneapolis .. 60.00 88.75
Toronto ..... 92.00 109.50
Chicago 72.50 90.00
from June 10
Other fares, sched
ules and details at
City Ticket v
5th and Stark St$.
Bwdy. 930, A-6G71
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