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DOYLE USED TO BE A
ROOMMATE OF WALT'S
MAYHAP THAT IS WHY
-Yep, They Were Bunkies
Back in Old Baltimo' Many
;BUI MAC WON'T ADMIT IT
; Bum'l Soy 1m Bin Hooted by Horn
Crowd for CalUa- On Aral
Enatny rrom the Worth.
SPEAKER LEADING IN
IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Jack Graney Holds HomerCIn
and Total Basehitting Hon
ors in Junior Big League,
GIANTS LEAD IN TEAM HITS
Boxers WKo Meet in the Ring Next Week TMgmOT
AFTER 1ST FRAME
They Will Step 6 R ounds for Benefit of Fans
Willie Ritchie, former lightweight champion of the work!, on the left, and IlaJph Gruman, lightweight
' contender, who bo six round exhibition here Jane 0.
John UoOnWi Tlylng Crtw Clabs
Ball for Total of .389 Waihlntf
ton za fceadln- la Slral Bet.
Ios Angelas. May 27. (I. N. S.)
. ,Vhen the gentlemanly cabaret boy tied
Vp at ttie home plHlo and sang '"Wake
j tJp. America," the Tigers responded by
: grinning another basebail game, but the
' umpires remained dormant. We
'-. Ihoirght e had Keen all the bad um--plrlng
In tho world, but we hud not;
It didn't come to a head until today.
V Many of the prominent consumers left
"Washington park, saying they were
" '"Off the Kama until Hows Baum Im
proved this angle of the dally play. As
a last resort the league president
' might reduce to the single umpire sys
tem, then his staff would only be half
as bad as It Is at presort.
Little "Tom Thumb" Kelly, the boy
scout pitcher, went up the way of all
good pitchers when they meet Ham
Patterson's hands. The Irish lad
pitched truly wonderful Imseball for
: six Innings until a salt pork decision
by Mr. Doyle started the Tigers and
they bunched their hits for the first
"and only time during the day. Art
Fromme, too, was heaving the kind of
ball that Is easy to look at and hud the
Beavers shut out all the way Into the
ninth inning. Score:
Vernon 4. Portland 2.
Swedish nation to Trent.
Just when it began to look as though
neither side would be able to score be
fore sundown "Swede" Risberg threw
-caution and his cap to' the winds and
pulled off a daring bit of sixth Inning
baseball that brought every man.
woman, child and "hot dog" In the park
to their feet. The "Swede" reached
first with two out. He grounded to the
gangling Stumpf and the l'ortland !
third Backer pulled one of hlB "22
ahort" throws to first for an error.
When Griggs lifted a fly to right tJtie
ball went so high that Risberg flashed
all the way around to third before It
dropped to safety.
The "Sde" then took a broken
gambler's chance and rushed up to the
plate. Nixon sent the ball In well be
fore the runner, but Risberg slid In
pikes first and slashed the ball out of
Doyle Aids the Enemy.
-Doyle lent us'a helping hand In the
seventh when he called Mattlck safe
on a chopped ball that rolled down to
wards third four or five Inches outside
the foul. line. The decision was too
j- smelly for the home crowd and for a
full minute there was a grand little
" .demonstration on the part of the pub
lic. " Then all the" bad luck In Los
. Angeles county hit young Kelly. There
n were hits by Whaling" and Risberg, a
pas, and Stump tore lose with an-
pther gosh-orful throw toward trie
plate and ribbed the Vernon runner.
Three runs were scored.
The Beavers were all sweetened and
packed ready to carry the burden of a
shutout when Mattlck dropped QuiRto's
,, easy fly In the ninth. Nixon was
. thrown out. Bates to Gleichrnann, but
Stumpf doubled to left center, scoring
the big Italian. Fisher grounded to
deep short. Southworth bounced a
Ingle over Risberg's bean, scoring
Stumpf. Lush hit to McOafflgan, forc
ing Ward, running foe Southworth. at
Chicago. May 27. Tris Speaker leads
the batters in the American league
with an average of .364, and his Cleve
land team mate. Jack Graney, leads
In home runs with four and In total
bases with 84, according to averages
announced today. Sinler of St. I-ouls,
ami Judge of Washington, are tied In
stolen bases. 10. Washington, with
2T.X, lends in team hitting. The
.300 hitters in the league for those
who have played over half the club's
Speaker, Cleveland, .381; Nunamak
er, New York, .357; Milan, Washington,-
.342; Strunk, Philadelphia, .342;
Burns. Detroit, .383. Roth, Cleveland,
S2S; Hobtltzell, Boston, .320; Cobb, De
troit, .31S: K. Johnson, St. Louis, ,30S;
Shanks, Washington. 30&.
The 10 lejidalng American pitchers,
Including those who have pitched In
six or more games, and ranked ac
cording to games won and lost, with
average of earned runs made off them
-er game, are:
Foster, Boston 5
Cullop. New York ... 2
Morton Cleveland ... 8
Johnson, Washington 8
Shawkey, New York. 4
leonard, Boston . . J. 4
Myers, Philadelphia. 6
Ruth, Boston 6
Fisher. New York... 2
Jake Daubert, of Brooklyn, leads
the batters of the National league
with .'it'. Carey, of Pittsburg, has
13 stolen bases. Zimmerman, Chicago,
leads in total bases with 74 and in
runs scored with 24, and Williams, of
Chicago, is ahead in home runs witii
six. With four regulars doing better
than .100, New York leads the league
In club batting, with .269. Leading I
batters in National league, are:
Daubert, Brooklyn, .393; Robertson.
New York, .351; Zimmerman, Chicago,
.846; .Schulte, of Chicago, .341; Rarl
den. New York, .329; Chase, Cincin
nati, 325; Gonzales, St. I-ouis, .317;
K. Burns, Philadelphia, .317; Hinch
mui, Pittsburg, .316; Doyle, New
York, .311; Cravath, Philadelphia,
.306; Wagner, I'ittsburg, ;304; Paskert,
Philadelphia, .302; G. Burns, New
Ranked Recording to fames won
and lost, with average earned runs
per game made off them appended,
the leading pitchers of the National
league who have taken part in lx
or mure games are:
It Jmmif . I I " . ? I I
S i --:5-.-rv I U k i x m 1 4 M
' I? ' ' Is ' 1111 ' "Sir 'i " 1 i 1JJJJ
: $a AM fh Mffi
1 xt? ihj'- ; ""n- - iiji
P1 I , c )
COACH ON WAY HOME
Oaks Become Careless and
Los Angeles Has Easiest
Kind of Time,
Ry AI C. Joy.
San Francisco, May 27. (P. N. S.)
One of these days tho Oaks will get
to fooling- around and somebody will
make a hit in the pinch entirely by ac
cident, and they will win a ball game
and then what?
Why, they will jeopardize their repu
tation an the undisputed champions of
the cellar division.
This in merely a word of warning
suggested by today's frolic at Recrea
tion park. The Angels, to be sure, won
by a score of 4 to 1. but that Is run
ning on a somewhat close margin, and
there were moments when the Oaks
were actually In danger of winning.
The first sign of carelessness on the
part of the Oaks was displayed In the
first Inning. Middleton tapped to sec
ond base, which he outsprintcd to first
base. Liniberger was instructed to
bunt, sending Middleton to second.
Luther Cook was rewarded with a
walk. This brought Bill Kenworthy
up, who slammed to center and in came
Middleton with the only run. Rube
Gardner lifted a fly to left and Mai
Berry grounded to first base. After
that Horstman played horse with them.
LS Ar.KI.te9. I OAKLAND.
Alt. H.O. A. AR. H O. A.
Ome! Ome! Omi!
Jim Flynn and Jack Dillon will
meet in a 15 round boxing contest as
a part of the annual round-up at Dew
ay, Okla., July 4 celebration.
Hughes. Boston .... 5
Hlxey, Philadelphia . i
Benton, New York.. 2
Alexander, Phil 7
Pfeffer, Brooklyn . .
Mamaux, Pittsburg . 4
Ferrltt, New York.. 4
Tesreau, New York.. 4
Cheney. Brooklyn ...4
Vauslui, Chicago ... 5
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES
AB. r. n. PO. A. E.
Wllle. cf 4 O 1 1 O 0
Vaughn. 3 O 1 O 4 O
Kofers, 2b 4 0 2 3 S 0
(iulnto, lb 4 1 0 9 0 0
Mion, rf 4 0 2 3 1 0
8tum.f, 3b. 4 12 0 12
lU.ohe. o 3 O i 7 1 1
Sreaa. If 3 O O 1 O O
Kelly p S O 0 0 2 0
F.hlier 1 ) o 0 O 0
Soultinortht 1 0 1 o 0 f
Liifcbt 0 o o o 0 0
Wrd O O o 0 o o
Totals 34 2 24 32 3
AB. R. II. PO. A. K.
DalT. If 4 1 2 0 0
Glelchmaiin, lb 4 O O St 1 o
Klaberg, 2b 4 1 2 S 0 0
Bntea. 3b. 4 O 1 2 2 0
(;rl(Tira, rf 4 O 2 1 0 0
Mattlck. cf 4 1 1 4 0 1
McGHffigan, sa 8 0 1 2 2 0
haling c 2 0 1 3 1 0
Frcinnie, p 1 0 1 1 0
Totala 31 4 8 27 13 1
Giants Make It 10 Straight.
Boston, Mass.. May 27. (U. P.)
McGraw's embattled and on-rushing
Giants made it 16 straight wins this
afternoon, taking both ends of a dou
bleheader from the Braves. In the
first Anderson won, 4 to 3. In the sec
ond the Giants got their hits when the
hits counted, turning five of them into
two runs while.the opposition crowded
but one man across.
Bloom Outspeeds Moran.
New York, May 27. (U. P.) The
speed of Phil Bloom was too much for
Vic Moran in their 10 round bout here
last night, and Bloom got the newspa
Baby Beavers vs. Montavilla, Sundav
2:30 p. m.. Vaughn street grounds. Ad
mission 25c. Rube Maxmeyer will
pitch for Beavers. (Adv )
Bttert for Roche In n'.nth.
t Bat ted for 8pes In nlntb.
tBatteil for Kelly In niiitu.
Uau for Southworth iu ninth.
SCORE BT INNINGS.
Portland 0 0000000 22
Hit. 1 2010102 29
Vernon 0 0000130 t
Hlta 1 1 0 O 1 1 3 1 8
Two base hlta, Stumpf. Sacrifice hit. Mc
Gafflgan. Struck out By Kelly R. Fromme 2.
Haw otj Dana nil rromme i, iveuy i. umi
bio plaja. Vangbn to Rodders to tialato 2)
Hit by pttcber wnallng. lime, I :4"
pirt-a, Doyle and l'hyl.
Score First game:
Burns. If .
Kauf f,cf . .
AB. 11 O. A.
M Ke nie.3b 5
Karlden.c. . 1
Anderson, p. 4
0 Evers.2b. . .
1 tY-lllrm.lf . .
0; Willjert.rf .
1 Smith. : lib. . .
1 GordT.o. . .
2 Allen. p
ICoimollj . .
Kills. If 5
Koerner lb 4
Roles. c ... 3
Butler .. 4
Totala . .33 10 27
0 Middleton. If 4
0 Heri;er . . . 3
0 K'w..rthy.2b 4
1 Gardner, rf. 4
r. Rrrv.11,. . . 4
1 F.UL.tt.c 3
BPMiwimwiwai.ijiiJj iiiniiw 1
Dr. Joseph A. PipaL
WOMEN DO STUNTS ON
ATHLETIC FIELD UPON
Sophomore Co-Eds Carry 0
first honors Attcr a Foil
ESTHER FURSETT IS STAl
Events Znolade Many reatnrea Trq
Thxowlng- Indoor Baseball to
May 27. Witt
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Yankees Win Another.
New York. May 27. (U. P ) The
New York Yankees took their fifth
straight game at the Polo grounds
this afternoon, winning from the Red
Sox, 4 to 2. Score:
BOSTON. I NIW YORK.
AB. II. 0. A.i AB. H O. A.
Totsla .. .32 C 27 14
r.ane batted for P.nyd tn aeyenth.
Zimmerman batted for Beer In ninth.
Lo Angelea 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 4
HHa 10 3 2 12 10 010
Oakland 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Hlta 2 v 1 00 0 1 2 0 6
Iiuna Galloway. lcl.arry, Bojea, Tlorst- i
man, Middleton. Err'Ts Me Larry. Stolen
bra Boles, Butler. Char? defeat to lk.yd,
4 runa. 10 hlta off Boyd, 2S at bat In 7 tn- ,
nlra. Sacrifice bita -Berger, Mcl.arry taaea
or. ball Off Horstman 1. off Ilnyd 2. Struck
out Horstman 5. Boyd 3, Beer 1. Hit tv
p'tcher Elliott. Galloway by Beer. Douhle '
plays KenworUiy to llerger (o Barry. K'ln
repiislble Ilnritman 1, Boyd 4. Wild plti'h
Boyd. Left on basea I.os Angeled 7. Oak- j
li nl 8. Time 1:45. L'mpirea Uutbria and I
l Spring football training has been
0 ' finished at the Oregon Agricultural
J, college and Coach Joseph. 'A. Plpal was
0ln Portland yesterday, getting ac
8 ; quainted with O. A. C. alumni, depart-
I ing last night for Los Angeles, where
J, ! he will spend the summer.
1 ! Pipal Is greatly pleased with the en-
; thusiasm at Corvallis but. In view of
the fact that nine veterans will bo
missing from next year's eleven, Is
dubious about tho material he will
have to work with.
Pipal will return to Corvallis Sep
tember 1 and the squad will be culled
out for preliminary work September
12. Several freshmen from southern
California will conic north, including
Conn, the sei.satiunul hlyli school quar
Hooper. rf. 4
Rarrr.llb. . . 4
Walker. rf. 4
TUnJs.c. . 3
2 Macee.ef . . .
1 (iedeon.2b. .
2 Bone. sb . . .
21 Walters. c. .
At Annapolis. Md. R. H. E.
Army 13 1J 2
Navy 3 3 5
Batteries Keylend and McNeil;
Blodgett, McFall and Connolly.
Totals.. 85 12 27 12 Totals.. 84 7 2T 12
Batted for Allen in etcbtb.
New York 110100OO 14
Boston 10000002 0 3
Rung Burnes, Robertson. Fletcher,- Merk
le; Maranville. Gowdy, Connolly. Errors
Fletrber, Merkle. McKechnie. C'ouipton. Two
baae hlta Maranville, Smith, MKeehnie.
Stolen basea Fletcher, rxubla plays Merkle
to Fletcher to Merkle: Maranville to ETera
to Konetchy. Struck out By Anderson 6. bv
Allen 6. Bases on ball Off Allen 4, Off
Uugbes 2. l'mpirea Kason and O'Uay.
NEW YORK. I BOSTON.
AB. H.O. A.iM'r'TllIe.as. 4 17 2
Get In Focus With
Hart Schaf f ner
DooIilc. . .
Ben ton. p. .
O Krers.-Jb. . .
4 Connollv. If .
0 Smith. :(b. . .
3 O 4 0
4 0 0 0
4 1 11 O
4 8 O O
.10 0 0
0,Sn'd'ras.ef. 4 0
O.Uowdy.c... 4 1
OjlUKon.p... 3 O
HEgaa 1 0
Salt Lake Defeats
Bay City Players
Salt Lake, May 27. (P. N. S.) Stan
ley Dougan, Blankenship's youthful
college pitcher from Minnesota, made
the Seals look like selling platers for
six Innings this afternoon, allowing but
one man to sea second la that tima.
He blew sky-high, however, in the sev
enth and was booted farther and far
ther into the hole by his team mates
Osrdner to liotiiitaell to Rith; Gardner to until the visitors had almost tied the
Barry to iioblitscii. smirk out Ry Keat- eCore in the eighth before "Lone Tom"
Baaest ou balls orr Kat- , ,,,. . . ,,.. ,
1'asseU ball Walter.
GOSS IS WINNER
Totala ..32 5 21 H Totals ...30 8 27 8
Boston 0 00 0 2000 0 2
New York 1 3000000 4
Runs Gllhonley 2. Boone, nigh; Boston,
Hooper, Hutb. Krroni Jnrtn, Baumin,
E'one. TW-u base hits Gilbooley, Magee.
Three base hlta Magee. IKiuhle plnyi
Veteran Has Hard Time
Contest With Ferd
Ing 3. by Itutb 4.
ing 4, oft Uuth :
Senators Win Donbleheader.
Washington. May 27. (V. P.)
"Washington walloped the Athletics 5
to 3 and 3 to 1, thereby giving them
first place, while Cleveland lay idle.
Scores First game:
AB. H.O. A. AB. H.O. A
Hughes had finally succeeded In re
tiring the side for him.
, Couch was hit hard most of the way
and also worked with considerable
miscuelng behind him. Thanks to the
helping hand of Hughes, the Bees
emerged on the long end of a 9 to 6
score. The score:
SAX FRANCISCO. BALT LAKH.
Wltt.ss. . .
Stnink.cf . .
Walsh. rf. . .
OUlrlis.lf . .
Meyer. c. . .
Bn?h p. . . .
Srhnp . . .
1 Morgan. 2b. .
',Foster.3!. . .
2 Jm ni leson.rf .
o .Tui'.jfe.lb. . .
4 Shanha.lf . . .
0 Henry c. . . .
l lialha.p. . . .
Bodie.ef .. .
Coffey, as. .
n Slieehan.if .
AB. H.O. A.
Displaying his old-tlmsi skill and
form, Walter A. Goss won the handicap
singles tennis "championship of the
Multnomah Amateur Athletic cpib yes
terday afternoon, defeating Fertl Kmitli
In a hard played five st t mutch. The
scores were 6-2. 8-fi, 4-6. 4-fi. C-2.
A total of 50 games wero played in
the Goss-Smlth match, (loss winning
28 of them. The play was witnessed
by a big gallery, who gathered to see
the veteran stage a "come-back," and
win the Katz trophy.
P. W. Lewis and his aon Olln tri
umphed In the finals of the hamllcap
Totila . . .31 S 27 12
Totals.. S2 5 27 10 Totals.. 83 S 27 10
1 Bitted for Pooln In aeTenth.
Batted fur Col Una In elihtu.
New York 1 001 0000 02
Boston O O O O O O 0 1 01
Risnr New York Ity le. Kauff: Boston;
Maranville. Errora Fletcher. Two base tails
Fletcher 2; Eyers. Kauff. Merkle. Marun-
Tille T"bres) base bit Kauff. Stolen base
Poyle. Double playa Doyle to Fletcher to
Markle (2); (Struck out By Benton 5; by
Itapon i. liases on balls ort Benton 2; olf
Kagon 2. Attendauee 15, Ow.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits at $20,
$25, $30 and $35 all unequaled in
workmanship, in style, fit and fabric.
No tailor can give you the same tailoring at
near these prices, and in addition to our usual
guarantee of "Satisfaction or your money
back," every suit that leaves our store carries
with it a Hart Schaffner & Marx guarantee of
absolutely all-wool fabrics and unfading color.
We Carry Sizes From 33 to 50 Chest Measure
Dodgers Win Doubleheader.
Philadelphia. May 27. (U. P.) The
Dodgers again are leaders in the Na
tional league. They trimmed the Phil
lies here this Afternoon in both games
of a doubleheader by the scores of
8 to 3, and 6 to 0. The Quakers lost
the first game in the ninth, when
the Dodgers, aided by miserable field
ing, staged a six rally.
Score First game:
BROOKLYN. I PHILADELPHIA.
AB. H.O. A. AB. H.O. A.
Mvers.rf . .
Wheat. If . .
Mor. rey .3b
Meyers. e. .
O Byrne, 3b.
1 1 Bancroft. ss
0 Oavath.rf .
4 Cooper. cf . .
2!Burn,e. . . .
Totala ..37 12 27 17
Totala ..32 6 2-1 13
Batted for Meyer.
Batted for Buah In ninth.
Philadelphia 1 100000O1 3
Washington 1 0 I ti U u S 5
Rtlns Morgan. Foster 2. Jarafeson. Judge,
Witt. Walh. Oblrirg. r.rrors Oldrlus. Bush.
Morgan. McBrtdo. Hssea on 1m lis--1 iff finllla
4. oft Bush B. Stru k out l.y Csjlia 2. by
Bush 5. Two bflse hHr- Strunk. Oldring. Stol
en bases Foster. Jmuiesoti Milan. SManks.
Double ptays McBrlde to Murgan to Judge.
OiShlnn.cf . . .
41 Ryan. If
0Ratb.2b. . .
O: Murphy. 3b.
2' Hannah. c. .
It Dougan, p. .
0! Hughes, p. .
AB. H.O A doubls ovpr A D Norrls ana h.
4 o Wells In a five-sot match, 7-5, l-fi, 6-1,
7 0 1-6, 6-2. Norris and Wells earned
2 o their way Into the final round by win-
4 S nlng from Kenneth McAlpln and It. P.
l o 1 Newland, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5.
B 0 I This season's tournament was a htipe
9, i success and Judging from the brand of
o Oi. , i .... ., , . .
in the annual state tournament.
AB. H.C. A.
Btruuk.tf . .
Walsh. rf. . .
Oldring .If .
Nabor.p. . ,
Aii. H.O. A.
4 Morgan. 2b. .
2 Fostei ,:th. . .
JMi;au.cf . . .
0 SbauUa.lf . .
Total.. 80 10 24 14 Totala.. 21 11 27 8
Batted for Coach la nlnOj.
San Francisco 0 00000 4 2 0 A
Hits 0000305 J 0 lo
Salt Lake 4010021 1 U
Hlta .5 0200202 11
Runs S.-haller, I'ortle 2, Downs 2, Autrey, 1
Quiulan, SL:i.n 2, Brief, orr. Rath 2. Murphv. !
Hannah. Krrors itmv, Hepulrils 2, Ituih. '
Two baa bit Schaller. Botlle. Duwtts. Shn.n.
Hannah. Quiulan. Home run Orr. Sacr flee '
liits-aMurpliy, Doiigan. Hacrlflce fly Hsuniih.
or." iiouch 4. off Dougan 1. off Hughes 1. Al Great
Struck out By Dougun 6. Sli runs. 10 hits, R'ltte 9 10 1
3'i at bat off Duugia Id 7 1-3 Inninga. Runs Great Fe.lls 12 12 S
responsible for voacb 4. Dougsn 4. Credit i Batteries Hovey. Melkle and Hoff
At Seattle TV JL K.
Spokane 7 11 1
Si-attle 16 4
Latteries Webb and Murray; Glav
enich. Rose and Caflman.
At Great Kails
Left on bases San 'run
nio o, sait Lit n. rasaeil ball Zc.ule.la.
First baae on rrors Sao Francisco 1. Salt
Lake 1. Double playa Uowns uuissUled, (kif
fey to Dowiii to Autrey. Orr to Rath. Orr to
Uuth to Brief. Hit by pitcher -Quinlao. J hue
1:42, L'mpirea Braabear and Held.
.2S 4 i'7 9
Totala ...20 3 27 IS
Brooklyn 0 1 1 0000068
Philadelphia 3 000000003
Runs Brooklyn, Myrs, Daubert. Stengel,
Wheat, Mowrey 2. O'Mara. Mayers: Phila
delphia, Byrne, Nlehoff, Bancroft. Errors
O'Mara, Nlehoff. Cooper 2. Two base hits
Mowrey. Meyers. Struck out By PfeTfer 5.
by .McQuillan 3. lKuble plays Stengel to
Daubert. Stolen base Whined.
Score Second game:
BROOKLYN. I PHILADELPHIA.
AB. H O. A .i AB. H.O. A.
Totals ..32 r. 24 12! Tota
Batted for Nabora In eighth. j
Philadelphia 00 0 00000 1 1 I
ashlngtoa O 0 0 3 0 0 0 O 3
Runs Foatcr, Milan, JamlPson, Strunk. F.r-
rors Strunk, 'Alusmlth. Bases on balls Off j
Johnson 2. off Nabors 2. off Wyokoff
Htrviek By Jubnaon i, by Nabors 2. Two base :
hit Strunk. Stolen ast-a luster, Milan.
Won't Lose With Sox
man; White and Haworth.
At Tacoma R. H. E.
Vancouver 6 7 0
Tacoma IS 8 0
Batteries Manouk, Fulwlder. Hood,
Brown and Cheek; Telford, Sutherland
American Association Result.
Toledo 1, Indianapolis 1. Called at
end of ninth, darkness.
Kansas City 1, Minneapolis 6.
Milwaukee 2, St. Paul 1.
Columbus 3, Louisville 6.
Detroit Beats St. Louis.
Detroit, Mich., May 27. (U. P.)
Austin's double, followed by Sisler's
single counted one for St, Louis In the
first session. Thereafter Coveleskle
was Invincible and Detroit won, 3 to 1. !
Only one Same was played because or
the wet oonditlon of the grounds.
8T. LOUIS. DETROIT.
AB. H.O. A
Salem High Beats Eugene.
Balem Or., May 27. t-'aJem high
AB. H.O. A.
Chicago, May 27. (U. P.) Consid
erable hiring and firing is going to
occur in the Chicago White Sox ranks
pretty pronto unless the team takes
a decided brace. This was indicated
today by President Charles A. Comis-
key. He is bitterly disappointed at school won a baseball game 7
the pale hose showing, -and is sharp-1 from the Eugene high school
ening his ax and Jingling hw money- today.
tags for the fray. I ..!..
"Comray," said Clarence Rowland
would continue as manager.
"Rowland has been doing all a man
can for a team," he declared. "No
man wishes for a pennant more than
he; he will stay."
H tntal nf 27 nnlsla I
their credit, the sophomore co-eds C(
rled off fii-st honors in the fourth si
nual track and fi.dd meet this tnotl
inir. neiu ui.ilcr the auspices of
v om ii s Atni. M - association. 01
ircpnmen won Mvna place with
points, followed by the junior 'W
11 nnd the seniors with 10. -
r-ome 3f. co-eds flecked in bloom 4"
and middy blouses, took part in,
meet, that occupied ov. r f0nr houl
Twelve events In all were schedull
w-hlch included everything from throl
'"s an indoor ball to a canoe rac
r.emer I'Tirsetr, a sophomore, l
the Individual high point winner of
day with eight markers to her orert
She won first place In the brosd 1uJ
with a leap of 10 feet 9H Inches, a
placed second In the Indoor ball thrl
Miss Fursett was awarded a sweat
ior winning the highest number
f Tie for Second Honor.
i-cho Zahl, a junior, and IA
xwtiouos, a freshman, w ere tied .
second honors with 6 points each..
Lvery event of the day s progrl
was liotly contested and class rival
was at a high pitch.
As an extra udded attraction the f
ulty women triumphed over the Daxf
club. 17 to 10, in the champions
baseball game of the Women' AtblJ
Association lcagiie. Iiy virtue Of thl
win. they won possession of a ten-id
loving cup. donated by William L. Hi
ward. Immediately after the basel
game Miss Ella Walker, president
the association, awarded the lettl
and trophies to the winners In the
Summary and Trophies.
The complete summary and
trophies awarded are as follows:
'anoe race. 2-3 mib Won by II
otli.v Robertson and Leta RhoJ
f rchhjtiien, over the seniors represen
by .l nnie Hunter and 'distance Ci
wiitht. Troptiy A pair of paddles.
TcnnlsSophomores won over
nlors. Winning team. France Ba
and ('lain. Irdman. Trophy Tl
Golf Gracn lilngham and A
.lonnston. Soph'imores won over
freshmen. Trophy Two drivers.
Archery--.da Hall. Innior first:
ome Carroll, sophomore, becond. Trol
- ew wood bow.
iiign j tiiiiii .lewr ii rorirr eni
first. Height. 4 feet S lm h. s. Hi
Wells, hophoniorc. second; I. eta lihol
freshman, third. I
I'.roai! jump- Kdl-ir Fursett, sopdl
rami, r i r r . i iistato e. ju reel
lnclos .Iinnette Iietzlnn. sophoml
second; Maiguict 'iof,L., eophotiil
t lilt 'l.
40-y.iid dash -Ieta llhodea, Tr
man. first; Echo Zahl, Junior, sec
No time. .
Shot put "1 lbs .1 Helen Anderl
freshman, first Mstunce. 28 feel
Inches. Echo Zahltl. juiiinr, secJ
Frnncrs liaker. sophomore, third.
Indoor hast bull throw Kathel
WntKni. sci.ioi. first t'Utancb. I
fret 11 lncnes. Esther Fursett, son
more, second, Frances Haker, aoj
, k ia. . i "ii ii y i i . niiiin .j
compose, if Athele Mm ray. Hel
lteHi, Harriett Uatrett and Helen ill
Play in Irvington
Plav in the spring handicap tel
tournament of the Irvlngton,
opened yesterday, eight player bl
eliminated. Three of the match
defaulted. The feature match ofl
6iiy was the victory of C. M. Browf
high school star, over IL Ii Smitl
a long two sot matr h.
In Ui women's plsy. Mis 81
Fording, ex-champlon. beat MJa II
Fox, C-3. -0, and Mis Petti
from Mrs. Lockwood.
No matches are offclally schedl
today, although some of the plal
have arranged to play their mall
in the preliminary round.
Men's single 8. S. Humphrey
R F. Ross, 8-4, 6-7, C-3. M. It.
brook beat O. Ii Cornish by dafaf
C. M, llrown beat E. II. Smith,
6-3. W. I. Northup beat Harrr S
by default. A. D. Wakeman Deal
R. Munger, 7-6. 1-1. li A. JobJ
beat M. IL Ringler, -4, 1-8. .
Stella Fording beat Mis Lilly
0; Byrne. 3b.
t Nlehoff 2b.
2,OjoiK-r.ef . .
2.(oi.'f . . . .
O 0 1,
1 1 1
0 0 3
0 2 lo
0 0 0
0 3 O
0 0 0
1 5 2
1 0 2
Myers of.. 3
Wheat. If.. 3
Johnston. If 1
Mowrey. 3b. 3
O'Mara, aa. 4
l uaoab'.p. . 4
Totala ..3? 13 27 f Totals ... 4 27 IS
1'rooklm 0 0 1 00004 1
Philadelphia 0 0 O 0 0 0 00 0 0
Runs Brooklyn. Myers. Stenpel, Johnston.
Mowrey, C'utahaw. O'Mnri. Errora Myers.
Home run Stengel. Struck oin By De
mare 2. by C'onuiba 2. Bases on balla Off
t'oumba 2. Double playa Mowrey to Cut
haw to Daubert; Mehoff to Bancroft to
W bit ted.
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Cincinnati Is Defeated.
Cincinnati. Ohio, May 27. (f. P.)
Vaughn's curves and a shake-up of
the Cubs' batting order worked won
ders today and . the Cubs had little
trouble beating the Reds. Score:
CHICAGO. I CINCINNATI.
AB. H.O. A.I AB. H.O. A.
K'Car'hy.Zb 5 1 0 6 Oroh.Sb 2 10 1
lileaie,cr. . . i
OiClarke.e. . 4
Klaek.tf.. . 8
Fischer. e.. 8
DoolaD.sa. . S
Vangbn, p.. 2
O Mollwlis.lb. 4
Totals., ii t 2T li Totals...
Batted, fopea ia-aereota. ,
Sbottnn.U. 4 0 OiBush.sa 4 1 O !
tr,hnin s. 4 0 4 1 Vltt.ai) 4 U U J
Austin. :ib.. 4 2 2 2 t'olib. rf 4 1 3
Sisler.lb.. 4 10 Oi Veacb.lf . . . 4 12
!Tatt2b... 4 O o l iiemu n.ri. -"
Marsans.cf. 3 0 2 0 Burnn.lb. . . 3 1 19 O
Miller. rf... 3 0 4 t, Young. 2b. . 3 0 13
Hartley. c. 3 1 1 2 8tauage.c. . 3 12 0
Wellnian.p. 3 10 i;C0Trkie.p. 3 i o 4
Totala ..32 6 24 7 Totals.. S2 S 27 H)
a lni. 10000 o 00 01
l,trolt 0 2 O 0 000 1 3
Runa Austin. Veach, Ileilmann. Young. Br- j
on AusUn. lTo oaae una ainun. iur
base hits Heflinann, Ausliu. Houia runa urooaiyn ..
VeacU Struck out By Coveleakie 2. J New York .
2' STANDING OF THE Tt-AMS
Paoifio Coast League.
Son Francisco 2S
Bait Lake . .
1 ortland . . .
Graphite Mixed With
Sou at Giants f ark
Whenever the 'WasMnfrton players
visit the Polo Grounds in New York
they bring along their own dirt for
hand drying purposes. They're very
firmicky. these Senators. They claim
TKat the Foil in and around home plafj
in New York is "triek dirt," asserting
that instead of It drying the moisture
od their hands it makes them llppier
and the bats harder to handle.
And so when the Griffmen saunter
onto the field each man "packs' a f ew
handful of good, old reliable "Wash
ington soli lr. his back pocket.
rhlcaffo HI 60OOO
Cincinnati 1 0 J O0OOO 02
Ran McCarthy. Flack, Williams; Oroh.
Neale, Errors-Doolan. Three base hlta
McCarthy, ("base. Struck out -By Schneider
" w, McCarthy, Cbase. struck out -By ncnneiner
0 O R: b Vauahu 3. ftaae m ball Off Vanun
' 1 Z 71 1 f f 8ctoeldr 5. Stolen bases Flack, Her-
" 10ae. Clarke. Double play McCarthy t Doolaa
.'to Saler; fiaier (aoaaalsteU).
' W aahington 54
New York 1
; Philadelphia "
St. Lula H
Noith wasters League.
i Orrat Falls It
! Butte 12
i Hntt! 14
Kansas City -. ... 15
Toledo t U
8t I'BUl 10
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