Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1916)
STAN COVELESKIE IS
Speed and Distance Strokes ROYAL
MULTNOMAH AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB JUNIORS ACT IN ANNUAL EXHIBITION
BE GIVEN RITCHIE AS
HE LEAVES RATTLER
Former World's Champion to
Be Tendered Dinner at Im
perial Hotel Tonight,
mnw nrn irnn mn ill
Expert DescribesTheir Variance
DHDl DlAYLKo luuAT , ;
AT UAIIPUll OT MW-
i n i u
a rm i u ma aw bv ar -
Portlander Outguesses Those
These Teams Will Also Re-;
Who Didn't Figure Him in
Cleveland Training Camp.
lictv uaoi mum niiiiiig ui
Frounced walt johnson
BARRISTER JAMES SEEKS i
SALEM MEETS WOODBURN
MONTAV LLA TO
loathful Bpltbelllst Is Called "Oak ot
Xoew la Indian Town, and He Oar.
talnly Lives Up to His Warn.
ny Kd F. Bang.
Cleveland. Ohio, May 27. The sensa
Ion of the urrent American League
beason la without question the Cleve-
end Indiana, who are battling tootn
knd nail at the present time with the
tV'ashljigton Nationals for first place,
nd one of the main reasons they're
Lp there Is Stanley Coveleskie, a i oast
roduvt. Stan came to the Indians
ivlth little or no reputation, and, al-
houglt lie showed a good spitter and
lenty of control at the Indians' spring
raining camp In New Orleans, no one
igured him for a flrbt string- hurleron
he Cleveland squad.
But ha started a game for the In
dians on the fifth day of the season.
nd -has been working regularly ever
lnce. In fact, Stan has been starting
Imost every series for 'levthuid.
Beat the Oraat Johnson.
Hla greatest achievement, of course,
a his -2 victory over the Washington
Nationals and Walter Johnson Thurs-
ay. May 1. It was the first game of
h aeries, and the Indians were leail-
ng Griffith's team by half a gam.-.
irst place depended on the outcome.
lid Walter Johnson, kingpin hurlerof
hem all, was the Washington choice.
ove was picked by Manager Fobl. unJ
he kid came through with th- goods.
Stan only worked C 1-3 innings, be
g taken out In the seventh, when
Yeshln'gton liad two men on the base.
ut he got into that hule thi.mgh his
ork at bat and on the paths. In the
eventh, with one on, (.'ove caught one
.Johnson's fast ones and Kent it la.'
Ut to center field. He sprinted i-
hird on the drive, and had to travel
last to score on O'Neill s afcort hit.
1th the result that lie was a pretty
ired athlete when the Inning was
ver, but, being possessed of Intrepid
erve, he told Manager Kohl he wasn t
t all tired, and Kohl allowed him to
o back. But he wasn't right, and was
Pitched Before Largest Crowd.
Sunday, before the largest crowd
hat ever paid to see a game in Cleve-
Lnd. Stan faced the cieat Johnson
bain, and should have been returned
nCtor, us a grievous error by W'timhs-
inss gave the Nationals one run; and
nor work on the paths and In the field
l Other occasions added to the Natlon-
ta' score and kept the Indians' total
,Wn. The Redskins tied the score in
i.e eighth off Johnson, anil Cove didn t
ie the verdict, as Bagby pitched the,
ttnth Inning, when the Nationals wot:
Cove's first effort was against the
leers April 17. He lost 3-1 in 12 in-
lngs, his good right arm weakening
hder the strain. The Tigers gathered
hits, but five came !n the twelfth
ame, when Cove was tired, and when
winning counters were shoved
TCS. He had. the distinction, bow
er, Of fanning the famous Tyrus
ayroond Cobb In the first Inning,
1th a man on base. This was the
ame In which his brother, Harry, of
Detroit club, refused to pltc'.i
Stan's next appearance was against
0 St. Louis Hi owns, when the Red-
klns were being slaughtered, 11-1. He
tched two innings, in which time one
un and three hits were made.
He Shades the White Box.
The younger member of the Coveles-
e family registered his first victory
er the White Sox, when the Indiana
llled for five runs in the eighth in-
ng. Cove was taken out to allow
oward to bat for him, but he re
ived credit for the win. He allowed
ly two runs mid nine hits In the
ght innings he worked. The score
Then came another defeat, when he
las called upon to relieve Klepfer In
e ninth Inning at Detroit, April "9.
le Tigers needed one run to tie, and
id a man on second, with Cobb at
It. Surely a tough place to stick in
youngster, but Stan went In and Cob
hgled. tying the score. The Tigers
an out In the eleventh, 6-4.
Stan went right back at the Tigers
ay 1 and shut them out in an abbro-
ated contest. He allowed only two
ts when the game was called after
e fifth inning on account of rain.
And Whips Tnem Again.
Four days later Cove was pitted
ainst the White Sox and won again.
lis time by a 3-: score. He allowed
tent hits, but kept them scattered.
Manager Kohl selected him to start
6 eastern Invasion against the Red
X, and be was bested In a duel with
itch Leonard. Leonard allowed onlv
ree h'.ts. Coveleskle worked seven
hlngs and allowed two runs and five
ts. He pitched a grand game, but
ere was no hitting back of him.
The youthful Pole started the New
brk aeries and gave the Indians a
od start, beating Donovan's men. 4-2
be Yankees made seven hits.
The Washington series was opened
J Cove, the story of which Is tOid
ewnere, aa is the story of the Sun-
game in Which Cove faced Walter
dvance Seat Sale Opens
th and Washington Sts.
W. A. C.
uesday Eve, June 6th
hankie Jones v. Leo Cross
!uff Broruonv. Joe Harahan
Other High-Class Bouts-3
iin Floor 02 Ringside $3
tT" POSITION FOR J
CRAWL STROKE IN
SPRINTS SnOWINt? V- "v.
HEADUPA.ND AvBOUT vPS u
SIX INCH THRASH rt V CfT
OF FEET. J .X -L
i IN AMERICA.N CTTAWL A -7
ADD A SHORT SCISSORS -wO X
AND rOLLOW WITH UP
AND'POWn thrash of FEET Nv X
I . l P"i f. TT
"Straight Crawl" Found
er Than "American Crawl
for the Dash Events,
Ttil In thi thlM and lf rtl-U fn i
rnnrcil lmmlne ly Jark ( oily. Intrurtor nf
the Mnltnnmnh Anntenr AtM' tlc rlnb. i
By Jack Only.
Tn this, the ln"f article on the differ
ent swimming strokes, we will take up
:1m- "Amerlran era w!" and t he "st rai srli t
raw!." There seems to be quite a vari
ance of opinion as to which of these
twe strokes is faster.
I believe, and have found, that the
"straight crawl" is the faster strok-
ii to say 20(p yards, after which the
American crawl may be used to better
ad vanta ge.
In swimming the "American crawl.-'
the swimmer uses the double over-arm.
with the body roll as In the trudgon
utroke. which was taken up in the pre
ceding article, with the exception ot"
adding the up-and-down thresh, wher
in the trudgeoti stroke the feet are left
to drag at the end of the scissors kick.
This makes a short scissors with the
pull of the right arm I provided the
subject swims on the right side,
breathing on the left), and using the
thre.sli Instead of coasting with the
legs extended. One should breathe
through the mouth as the riht arm is
making its pull, exhaling under water
through the nose.
The entire water community of
Portland has Joined hands to make
the regatta of the Oregon Yacht club
and Portland Motor Boat cli:b, Decora
tion Day, one which will fittinglv
bring In the water sports stason.
The latest to Join Is the Portland
Rowing club, whl'h has agreed to senj
up two four-oared shells for a spurt
over the course. The crews have not
been announced but will be crack fours
from the best senior and Junior talent
at the club.
The Portland Motor Boat club has
Joined without reservation and that
organization's moorings will be de
perted for the day, while every man
Jack will tie up at the Yacht cluh or
take a hand In the lengthy string of
affairs which have been arranged.
Program for tha Bay.
At noon the fleet of the Yacht club
will drop down to the Motor Boat cl.'.b
and escort the delegation from that
place up to the Oaks. The first event
will be at 1 p. m. The program fol
lows: 1 p. m. Canoe race, men's singles;
canoe race, mixed doubles; canoe race,
1:45 Cruiser race, handicap.
2:15 Canoe tilting.
2 :4.r. Swimming race, men 50 yarde-.
3:00 Diving contest.
3:15 Sailing cruiser race, 3 boat
3 :30 Greased pole contest.
4:00 Runabout handicap, speed over
4:30 Runabout handicap, epeed un
der 15 miles.
5:00 Free for all, speed boats.
5:30 Lunch served at the cluh
8:30 Dancing in the club house and
awarding of prizes.
The Portland Rowing club's entry
was made after this program was an
nounced and its race will be placed In
the fore part of the list of events.
Officials In charge are determined to
put things on with a hum and even's
are going to be staged on the tirro
scheduled or not at all so there will
be something doing every minute of
The houseboaters have eacn invitea
their friends to spend the day with
for the second time in four days. Stan
gave up two runs and eight hits in tho
first game against the Nationals, and
allowed three runs and seven hits in
the second Johnson setto.
He'd Freeze an Iceberg.
The greatest feature of Coveleskie's
work ls his intrepid nerve and his cool
ness. An iceberg would melt alongside
the lithe spitballer. His spitter hii
fooled 'em all, and his control, consid
ering the fact that a spitter is his
greatest asset, ls nothing short of won
derful. His nerve, though, is what has won
him mote admirers and supporters
than anythlrg else. Take the Sunday
setto with the Nationals, for instance.
In the sixth Inning, with Clyde Milan
at bat, the count was two strikes an 1
a ball. Silk O'Loughlin called the next
offering aball, though it cut the platt,
square. Silk was so surprised to nee
Stan shove one right In the center that
he, like Milan, was caught unaware.
With the count two and one and a sea
soned batter like Milan at the plate.
Silk and Milan both thought Stan
would try to fool with a wide one, but
the former Portland star showed his
nerve. Eventually Milan walked and
scored, and the defeat can be laid to
Up to the present time Coveleskife
has won five and lost Tour. He had
worked 63 2-3 Innings, and has been
touched for 61 hits. He tas allowed
only 19 runs. May 26 a thunder storm
and rain beat Covey out of a game
with the Athletics, the score being S
to 1 for htm at the end of the fourth.
Up There Once Before.
Stan was in the big show once be
fore. It was back In 1913, when he
wore the uniform of the Athletics. X.
that time he pitched against the De
troit Tigers three days in a row. Sep
tember 10 (he finished a game for Car
roll Brown, pitching Mtless and run
leas ball for one round. , The next day
he went to Byrom JIouclc's rescue la
I or BODY
I SHOWING L -
arm stroke, yy
straight crawl" stroke, the
leg drive is a - ontlnuous up-and-dov. ..
j thresh of about seven to ten inches
too turned slightly in and extended,
wth very slight bend of the leg at the
kiiie, making the strikes from the
hips. In the sprints of say 50 yai d
the swimmer takes breath as he feels
the need of air and takes no roll, the
bodv planing up sllghtlv from the
waisf the head up so that the water
line hits the bridge or the no?e.
line file usrfi A SIH'l". ' , u i oi in
duvc, cutting into the water at say
three inches In front of and to the side
urn';: thTam stroke6 lengthened
unri the leg drives eased to suit the
distance one has to travel. The leg
stroke In the distance swims becomes
mere of an up-and-down weave,
whereas in the 50 and 100 yard springs
the leg movement calls for a rapid
Beginners should bear in mind that,
while they learn the crawl stroke in a
pi active before one gets much speed
from the stroke.
ioem ana mo.se w no nave not personal
Invitations will b tea. quests of the
v. .1 . i 1 l y. , fruests or the
acht club, which s going to be host
at ih. ineh ,h. ihi,n.
at the luncheon table in the clubhouse
after the program has been staged.
Dance Zs Always An Event.
The Decoration Day dance is alwavs
an event of history and novelties of
this day will give the crews and cap-
tains a complete day of It.
Fred W. Vogler, with his Vogler
Boy, isexpected to get out and do a
nine jui ung in mo iree-ior-aii.
Whether it will be the new or the old
Is something which he has not di-
The program has plenty of those
events whiih add to the fun of the
day. The greased pole with its prize
on the end, the canoe tilting and the
tub races will have many entries.
The runabout class will have a lot
of fast boats In the running. T. J.
Mendenhall w ith his beautiful Manas-
quan, the Betsey B., piloted by Dr.
Brown, and long list of similar type of
boats have been entered and will show
up today to be handicapped.
Iat Year's Champion Out
Fred Failing's Sabrina. which won
the Labor Day races a season ago, is
in trim and Just out of the machine
shops. She will be one of the contend-
ers In the fast runabout class.
Cliff O'Brien and the y. P. are ready
for the gun. In the larger classes will
. ratt nf 1,- v,t nr
Hill, C. W. Boost and other cruiser ,
Th r,fficlnlH will he- !
Judzes Dr. Charles E Hill A. A !
Hoover. C- W. Boost and E. J. Carr
Timers J. O. Scarth, Dr. J. M
Yates and W'. F. Ross.
Starters J W. Harrison. Dr. F. H.
Dammasch and Karl Roscoe Godwin.
Regatta committee. Yacht club A.
G. Ramsay. J. S. Povey and Merrill
Regatta committee, Portland Motor
Boat club L. M. Myers. J. L. Scarth,
K. J Ryan Gus Gade and Charles
Entertainment committee E
Carr, W. R. Smyth, R. M. Meatior, Bert
Captain Todd and Hugh Haz-
the eighth, with one down, and in turn j
was relieved by Eddie Plank in the
ninth with none but September 12
Mack started the sensational spithaiier
against the Tigers and he responded
with a three-bit frame, a double by
Cobb and singles by Vcach and On-
Mack sent him to Spokane the nevt
snriiiir and he has been on
until this spring, finishing Iris coast uale 1 am going to nang out my snin
career as a member of the Portland gle. I am well acquainted in San Fran
club. As Cove pitched tor Atlantic cisco and haven't a doubt in the world
City before he went to work for Mac!:, but that I'll succeed as an attorney.
he can easily lay claim to have pitched
from coast to coast.
Cove is the iuielest man on the club
and can be found sitting in a cora:r
of the hotel lobby where the Indian.'
are stopping almost any time, during
r!o 'oH::fo. lhHa!s"K-youS
hrnih., hoc -;-,.., id
. v t . n 1 iwiu. lien iiui in uie
lobby. Stan can be found In the bil-
liaj-d room. He's a three-cushion era. k
and although he thinks his game is
Just a 'punk one, the other members
of the Indians are willing to hack him
against almost any player of ability
nnford Dojie Marries.
IvOs Angeles. Cal.. May 27. (P.
v Buford Doyle, champion ama
teur wrestler and all-around athlete,
was married Here today to Miss Kliza-
heth O'Donnell. daughter of Judge M.
W n-nr.nn.ti " f " 'V:
v ' i"
couple left immediately for San Fran-
':l8CO,Whereth?y .wlU .'!ptnd theiribe arranged to fill out the card.
'",,n"' ""le 18 wel1 Known in;
the northern city.
Zimmerman to Toronto.
San Fram isco. Cal., May 2". iu.
r. 1 ouiupiaer only z,immerman, re-
eently released by Oakland. was .
ordered to report to the Toronto, Can-'
aaa. international League club today)
by the Brooklyn Nationals. Zimmer-1
man will i.mrt f hi. k..u I
" 1 v . uc uvi ui
arly next, week. V' "
Carroll Would Box Whlla Snandlnr v
Vacation in North; Bose City Club
to Kematch Johnson, Mascot.
Willie Ritchie will be made welcome
to Portland, when he arrives here at
7 o'clock tonight to visit the Rose
Festival and box six rounds with
Ralph Oruman the night of June 6.
A number of Willie's friends and ad
mirers will meet him at the train and
a dinner will be tendered him at the
Imperial hotel shortly afterwards.
The former lightweight champion,
who is one of tSe most gentlenianlv
fellows iu the boxing game, has often
visited his sister in Portland and a
younger brother and siste- arc now go
ing to Ri bool heir. The family name
is ISteffen, Ritchie being merely Geary
Steffen's ring nom de plume. There
fore it is not surprising that he num
bers among his friends many promi
nent business and professional men.
Ritchie has been attending the Co
lumbia university of New York and is
full fledged rah! rah' boy among
oM(er tninf?s ,,e has ,ltni7.Pd his earn-
ing power as a professional Ixixer to
broaden his education.
Stay Zs Cut Short.
Ritchie's stay In Portland has been
out short by the demands of the
Buenos Aires boxing authorities, who
have requested him to sail June 17 for
the Argentine republic, where he wul
meet Ted Lewis, the -Knglish weltor-
weight, over the 0 round route during
July. Kitdhlc is now a welterweight
and no longer attempts to make the
lightweight limit. The match with Gru-
fve to give him a line on
his weight-making ability for the
Ritchie will do his training down
town at Mike Butler's gymnasium and
one of his sparring partners will be
Muff P.'onson, the promising young
Portland featherweight. Gruman, who
hoc hppn rtiicf'ra t in & at Markie Maver's
p,ace at Mosier. returned to Portland
...v brown as the nroverbia.1 ber-
ry and with considerable added weight.
Gruman says he fee'.s fit as a fiddle
and will be in good shape for his little
affair with the ex-lightweight cham
pion. Gruman is giving away a little
weight but a few pounds do not make
any difference to htm; for he believes
that he will he able to outpoint the
former titleholder. especially since the
bout is for six two-minute rounds and
with eight-ounce pillows. ,
Taussig- to Trala Oruman. I
finiman will do his trainine at the
T.. . . t. k., , K
H'PPodrome. where the bout will be
Ralph will have this advan-
OLils". , ' ,,,,.. ..,, K.
tage of Willie, his conditioner will be
the well known Moose Taussig of San
Francisco. Moose has worked with j
both Ritohie and Gruman and In order !
further to give Ralph an inkling of
Ritchie's style, Taussig toted Frankie
Jones, an ambitious welterweight from
San Francisco, to work out with the
local boy. Jones was formerly in
Ritchie's training camp and knows ;
Willie llKe me wen Known oooii. r UI
thermore, here's a little secret. Jones
himself would like to box Ritchie and
is willing to meet Willie at any time
Among those who have been invited
to the dinner are:
John F. Logan, toastmaster; Plowden
Stott, Harrison Allen. Kdgar Frank,
Oliver K. Jeffery, C. M. Senosky. Dr.
ii i? Cliff W. T. Pangle. Henry A.
Davie, Aaron Frank, Frank Lonei gan,
Richard Diech, J. L. Ilammersley, Jack
Grant. Dr. J. C. Zan. Dr. George Ains-
iie j0hn F. Reilly, "Herbert Greenland.
James J. Richardson.
"Vho's His Opponent?
"Barrister James" Carroll, the popu-
, ,"' " .r . .t . ' . ,',,,
ln Hastings law college in San Man-
cisc0' in Portland Pending his vara-
t,on' Incidentally. Barrister James
ls looking for a worthy opponent a
thing that would seem easy to find in
view of the fact that the woods are
ful1 of feathers. He has several
chances to box in the north, but would
rather spend the summer in Portland
1 If he can be kept busy.
The local pro-
, . , ,
moters nave oeeu iiwriiib .iuunu 0.1-
roll's standards, as they realize his
popularity with the Portland fans and
his ability as a drawing card.
When Carroll, was nere Derore. ne
gave the fans some of the best boning
seen in vears. no never uatneu uu aim
the left rip to the stomach was feared
by all his opponents. Carroll and Monte
Attell drew one of the biggest houses
that has been collected at a boxing
game in Portland since the historic
Pastime Athlete clubs, In the days be-
fore boxing was expurgated and made
the ladylike stuff of the present day.
Stood Seventh in Class.
Carroll took the first year examina-
tions for Hastings and stood seventh
in his class, which, being a large class,
is quite a record for the gentlemanly
little mittman. And Jimmy gives the
college itself uuite a boost in this ex-
'Hastings has a terririy smr course.
but a graduate has some prestige, and
that's why I went there. When 1 grad-
The money I made in the ring in the
professional days has been applied to
student expenses and it came in handy,
too. 1 always did have a hankering
after s.-hootbooks and I have found the
law texts just as interesting." ;
MrHH ShoWS Friday Night. ;
i Kred Merrill, manaeer of the Rose,
city club' nas arranged two bouts for
his smoker at the east side gym next
Friday night. The match between Lee
Johnson, the colored feather, and Billy
Masrott last Friday night was so ex-
citing that Merrill figures the fans
wani 10 see iu pair i cmiiLuiicu. x nvj
will box at catchwelghts, which will
. ti v, ,.nn.rnR .. iitu
pill J u 11 lllwii tiir tanvrto a mi'w
heavier than the local pride. i
The other bout arranged ho far will!
brine Vallev Trambitas and Romeo
Hagen to the front. This pal
This pair should
Put u a pretty gooa name, as i ,ey
appear to be prettv evenly matcnea.
TVnrT, thr to five other bouts will
Merrill alsrK-has in mind the staging
- i.uk, m.,inu nf win.
J l & 111 1U lllg 11 V Ml((.l9 vs. wvaau iuia
the second or third day of the Rose
Festival, gi ing the late crowds a
chance to spend some time off their
leet. alter waicning ine paraaes.
Whether It will be staged will depend
upon the attitude of the smoker fans.
'Dartmouth Outing club will con -
. .u 4 . - 1 . f-.
i bu uui iic bk.1 uuif iv ua HBeu 411
I Its annual winter CArnival of sport, i
i' ' hn, , '1
I t? - -J? TC"- ,'"Lv';.'AV , - . . ii
Before a large audience last night, the annual junior exhihition of the Multnomah Amateur Athletic
club was staged under the direction of Professor J. liee Thompson. The picture shows seven of
the junior girls, wlvo performed in the flower drill.
Bogart Tops Intercity Batters
rive Bradfords At ove .300 Mark
Clicking the old horsehide for 13
6afe wallops in 30 trips to the plate.
Eddie Bogart of the Bradfords is the
leading slugger of the Inter-City Base
ball league for the first two montlif
of the season, with the average of .433
Kd Kennedy, former Coast league fa-
vorite, is second with the mark of
nuner iri nager or me jiunia
team has a perfect average, but
record does not include the pro-
tested game between Montavilla and
the Baby Beavers.
Twenty-eight players, six of them
members of the Bradfords, are hitting
.300 or better. Brownie Groce tops
the Baby Beavers with the mark of
.0S1. Pitcher Tom Baker is tho lead-
MVeland !!!"!.'!!!'.".'.'.!'.'.!! 2
Kdwards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... 7
K)m 5 u
MurDhv 7 2
. is :
c' BaKer 7
m" . k
j" Dixnn.!.'!! 5
?Tv" '. '. 4
I p Schumann
, A. Schumann
i;iil . . . . .
Moore .. .
Perry . . .
Humphrey's '. .'.'.'!.'.'.".'.' '. 3
geyRfour f- 1
. Barham 3
1 Michel -
I Ltl9 .......................... "
I kionz-naT-H "'.-...! I
T", A O
orrSIWUH - - '
Franchise transferred t Salem,
ing hitter of the Kirkpatricks. his
average being .375. Klrby heads the
Woodland and Sims the W'ooJburn
batters, each with a .364 mark. Ste
vens leads St. Helens and Buck leads
the Montavilla regulars.
' Zits" Cohen of the Bradfords is th
leading rungetter of the league with
an even dozen tallies. Billle Btepp
and Pearl Casey are tied for second
honors, with 10 each and Bogart and
Childers are tied for the next place
with 9 each.
With the average of .352, the Brad
Tords lead In team butting.
The batting and fielding averages
of the regular players are as f'-llowa.
A. K. ,rct.
7 3 .857
0 0 1.000 i
4 1 .857
5 3 .875
17 4 .879
11 8 .733
2 1 .909
6 3 .DIM
10 1 .!17
2 2 .!)70
7 2 .833
0 0 1000
t 0 1.000
15 1 .941
0 0 1.000
ft 2 .778
19 1 .963
11 3 .880
17 3 .S80
5 0 1.000
0 0 .00 0
3 1 .984
4 0 1 000
5 0 1000
0 1.000 i
1 .980 ;
3 .900 j
0 1.000 I
2 .333 '
Doc Roller's Wife
Puts "Toehold" on
Friend in a Hotel
Los Angeles, Cnl.. May 27.
(V. N. S. ) Screams from a
room In the Hotel Alexandria
brought the house detective and
a dozen frightened Kuests to the -sieue.
Bursting through the
ik door, they found two women
)(( apparently locked in a death th
It developed that the women
were Mrs. H. F. Roller, wife oT
Dr. Roller, the wrestler, and
Mrs. H. B. Rosenbaum, her
traveling companion. Mrs. Rol-
ler explained that he enjoys 3fc
wrestling as much as her bus-
Ifs band, and that she had simply H
got a toe hold on Mrs. Rosen-
Centralis, May 27. By a score of 6
the box In the seventh Inning. Flscus.
who succeeded him. held the locals
safe. Wrasson pitched good ball for
Centralia. holding Chohalis to six hits.
Home runs by Bates of Centralia and
Harper of Chehalls wer features. The
score: It. H. E.
Chehalls 5 6 2
Centralia 6 12 4
Batteries Harper, Flscus and De
Lisle, Wasson and Bates.
Spalding baseball bookings for
Knights of Columbus vs. Oswego at
I Itoyal vs. Molalla at Molalla, 2:00.
White Salmon vs. Goldendale at
1 Goldendale. 2:00.
j Portland Railway, Light A Power
I., l-lmcn .n o 1 . .. t- V-
I TO. UIC9liaill I "icriioill
I Heals vs. Oak Grove at Oak Grove,
Oakhurst Grays vs. Lents Grays at
Arleta school grounds. 1:30.
Meier Si Frank vs. Columbia Park at
Columbia park. 3:00.
Creston school vs. Newsboys at Cres
ton sehol grounds, 2:00.
Vancouver Tigers vs. Piedmont Ma
roons at Peninsula park. 3:00.
Bricklayers vs. Tlgard at Tigard.
Log Cabin vs. McMinnvllle at Mc
Peninsula Monan hs vs. Oak Grove
Juniors at Oak Grove, 1:00.
Lang & Co. vs. Eutacada at Esta
cada. Golden Hods vs. Ventura Park at
fllfnr1rta etc Ame. Tfarrf V.
I ville at Montgomery finis. .1:00.
j Sellwood vs. Kendall at Kendall.
i Portland Heights vs. Gilbert at Gil
North Portland Tigers vs. Woodstock
Ith mine boss carries
so you think youvc round
THt RIAL TOBACCO CMW
TOBACCO Mtitfied from clean, mall chew of W-B CUT Chew-'
inf the Real Tobacco Chew, mew cut, long ikrti.
Meti are glad to hear about it, and to tell the ((lad news to their
friends in turn. Get a pouch and when you take your firet chew re- -member
that W-B CUT Chew.o is rich tobacco. A small chew ..ti.fiee.
M "Notieesww the Jtfcri U, Hd, tobeccetU ;v
Ufa ky WETMAK-BRUTON COMPANY. SO Uvea Soaare, New Tstk cV
I.eag-iie Leading- Bradfords Will Tao.
Terrific Curves of "Toots" Xotnla
at Woodland Baseball Grounds. ' '
Inter-City Baseeall X.eagne.
Won. lyOS'N P C. ,
Hrad fords ti I .857
Wiiodbuiii f J ."It",.
Salem 4 .1 .671
Klrkniitricks 4 3 .571
St Helens 4 a .671
Montavllla T 'J 4 .333
Heavers '-' 5 .26, .
Woodland 1 7 .IS J
Today's Sohednle. 1
At Vaughn street grounds Monta :
villa vs Habv Heaei.
At Woodland- Hradt'ords vs. Wood-.
At Salem YVoodhurn vs. Salem.
At St. H' lens - Kirkpatricks v. St. ,
In addition to playing their 'egular
scneonieu cjuneni iiis Hiietiiucn n.:
"30 o'clock on the Vnuehn fitreet
grounds, the Moutavllln Wildcat anl .
tb Miiby Iteaveis will replay the last
half inning of the protested frame of '
There is a great deal of Interest in thin
pame and it Is expected that h good
sized nowd will be on hand to witnesn
the two teams struggle.
In the regular game Itiihe Mnxmeyer,
former Northwestern buguer, Is sched
uled to hurl for the Baby Heave's, an4 .
Zweifel will do the hurling for Monta
villa. In the play-off of th ninth '
Inning. Hager will pitch for Monta-
vllla. and In case the game Ii' forced
Into another fnune. Manager Rupert
of the Beavers will probably send
Druhot to the mound.
The lineups for the regular gam
Montavilla - Zwelfel. p ; Newman, c.J
Bourg. lb.; rood win. 2b.; Prlch'iid is.;
Biirke-Jacohs, 3.; Bryson, If.; Jefsup.
i f ; Stuerhoff, rf.
Heuvers Maxmeyer, p.: McBnde, C.
McKeen. lb.; Ca?.ey, 2b.; Watts, sg ;
Ingles, 3b.; Llnd. If., Groce, rf.; Blanc-hard,
The Salem and Woodburn teams will
clash for the first time this season Oil
the Salem grounds. There ls a great
deal of rivalry between thene tWO
teams and a close game will likely be
played. Wayne Barhum, former North
western hinder. Is scheduled to heave
for Snlem, while Woodburn will use
either "Spud" Murphy or Pouletle, the
St. Paul, Or., soujhpaw.
Manager George Gruyson will pit his
league leaders against the Woodland,
Wash., aggregation thin ufterncon at
Woodland. "Toots" Kotula, the ensa
tlonal deaf and dumb twlrler, will be
on the mound for the Woodland team,
while Moreland or Swartz will hurl
for the Bradfords.
The Kirkpatricks wl;i battle with fit.
Helens at St. Helens. Manager 'leale
has strengthened his team by rubstl
tuting Sherrett, former Montavilla
player, for Smart, who Is slipping.
Firemen at Woodstock school grounds.
Honeyman vs. Woodstock, 1:30.
Fulton Grays vs. ltalnier at Italnler,
Knights and Ladles of Security VS.
Errol Heights at Errol Heights, 2:30.
Multnomah Tigers vs. Mutual Stars
at East Twelfth and Davis, 3:00.
Ben Hur vs. Lion Clothing company
at Vaughn Btreet grounds, 3:00.
W. O. W. vs. Llnnton at Linnton,
Multnomah C. C. vs Ben Hur at Ar
leta school grounds, 3:30.
The Ben Hur baseball team will play
the Multnomah Station club team to--day.
Hyronlmous and Watkins will
form the battery for the lodgemen.
The Log Cabin Bakery team will
cross bats with the McMinnvllle Yelo
bans today. Players are requested to
report at Fourth and Yamhill at 9
The Ben Hur team would like to ar-
range a game with the McMinnvllle
and Rainier teams.
The Lang Sc. Co. team will meet th
Estacada team today at 2:30 o'clock.
Players are requested to report at First
and Alder streets at 10:30 o'clock.
Bronson and Smith will form the Es
tacada battery, and Campion and My
ers will work for Lang.
The Ventura Park7:uhs will play tha
Golden Rods this afternon on the
Cricket grounds. East Sixty-seventh
street, north of Gllnari. Parsons and
RasmuKscn will form the battery for
The Mount Tabor Presbyterian
church team won the second game of
the Sunnyslde Twilight league from
the Sunnyslde Friends. 1 to 0. Bat
teries: Presbyterian, Deucher and
Wood; Friends, Wright and Wells.
Ted Meredith's younger brother, who
Is a Mudent at Mercersburg academy,
may enter Yale next fall. Meredith
runs well at 4io and 880 yards.
the JOYFUL news TO THt soya!
THINK IT JUOfrCJ KNOW T AN 01
TMC BOYS IN TMC MINtl
WILL KNOW IT TOO I
THINK T JU06CJ KNOW IT An6
1 vusr us .u aiiifl
r y- """" 1