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THE OREGON DAILY r JOURNAL, P OIITLAUD, FRIDAY, JULY 1C, 1:10.
Portland Junior Tennis .Star, ..' Triumphs- -Over: Crack ;-' Seaiile riayer.. in ei Hc.7
IWER WINS GREAT . :
NET MATCH FROM
Junior Finalist Advances IntoSem UFinal Round With Victory Over
Bill -Taylor j Mrs. North up Si minated in I Women's Singles?
Locaf Doubles Pair Beats St rong Visiting Team frvMatcli. .
PLAYING a masterly game with a terrific serve and a wonder
ful smashing and driving attack thatf puzzled his opponent,
v Phil Neer, farmer interscholastic champion, and finalist in
inc. in onnwe5i junior cxiainpiunjiHJ,wv;iR.cu uia waj u .ovuu
; final round of the Oregon state tourney fThursday with a tiwo-set
victory over William Taylor of Seattle, 6-2; 8-6., . . ;
Neer was at the top of his game. The manner in which he
smarted his. match against Taylor was a surprise. There was ; no
let-up in his sensational attack and his defense was well nigh per
fect. The Seattle player was expected to give the local lad a hard
match and, although he did bracfc in the second : set, he could not
uvercome the lead established by the local sensation.
and after getting a lead on i tbeir
opponent, were, unbeatable. :
As the result of Ms victory over
t Taylor. Neer meets Catltn Wolfard,
another; local star,' In the 'upper
eml-final bracket late today. Wol
fard won from H. V. Cate. -3. -4.
In the fourth round. In the lower
bracket. Marshall Allen of Seattle
won from - Rogers - Mac Veagh In
straight sets. 7-5, 6-1, and Henry
Westerman beat A. D. Korris, 1-6,
' MJIS. irOBTHXTP BEATE3T
The biggest surprise of the tour
ney was the elimination of Mrs. ,
W.l Northup, former champion
of Oregon, at the hands of SMIss
Gertrude Schreiner f . Seattle in a
three-set match. The. Seattle girl
after losing the first - set. 6-love,
came back, strong and playe'd a
brilliant, game, annexing the next
two sets, 6-4, 6-2. Miss Schreiner
- also put Miss Stella Fording, ex
champion, out of the running for
the title. - -
Miss Schreiner will meet Mrs.
",. J. C Cushlng of Berkeley, Cal In
the finals of the women's singles
: today, the : winner to meet Miss
Mayme McDonald of Seattle -In the
challenge round. . Mrs. Cuahiog had
little difficulty in beating Miss Lily
Fox of Irvlngton.' 6-0, 6-1.
Interest of the followers of the
net game is centered on the finals
of the Northwest Junior event be
tween "Phil Neer and" Jack Wright,
- the ' Spokane . star, The match is
: scheduled to start at 4 o'clock, the
same hour that Isadora Westerman
of Portland and Joe Uvengood of
Seattle will . meet in -ythe finals of
the boys championship. The Neer
Wright matcH will determine which
one shall represent the Northwest :
in the national tourney in New York
Neer will put everything he has
in to : the - match against Wright,
tossing to the winds his chance of
gaining a victory over Wolfard in
the finals of the state ' singles.
Should Neer. have an easy match
' against Wright. It Is expected that
. he will give Wolfard a , hard con-
' test,-;;', -a-:. V, - . -:
One of the' surprises in the men's
doubles play Thursday was the
-. elimination of Marshall Allen of
Seattle and Elmer Grif fin of San
Francisco, at the hands of Catlin
Wolfard and Henry Stevens. Fort
land , youngsters. The local pair
- played . a strong, smashing game.
Fourth round: Cetlin Wolfard defeated H.
V. Cite. 6-3, 8-4. t
Phil Neer defeated Willism Tartar, (1-2. 8-8.
Marshall Allies defeated Boera : UeTeach.
7-5. e-x. - - "
Harry Wenteraan - defeated A, - IV Korris,
1-0. 8-6. 6-4. . .
LADIES' SINaLES '
Semi-final rmnd: ' Mrs. J. O. Cashing de
feated Miss 141 ly Fox, -0, .
MUe Gertrude Sebreinar defeated lln, W.
I. NorthBp. 0-8,- 0-4. 6-2. . . ;
MEN'S DOUBLES :
Third roand: A XX Wakemaa and A. I.
Noma defeated Mfllinrton Grey sod T.
Green. 9-2. 6-3. ' -
Racers UoVeah " and William Taylor de
feated H. . Wheeler and X. J. Witmer, 6-1,
6-2. . ......
Harry 8. , Gray and Gcorca C Jaynea de
feated Stacy and Douglass Tounf, 6-1, 6-4.
- Catlin Wolfard and Henry Stevens defeated
Earner Griffin and Marshall Allen, 6-4, 6-1. -
MIXED, DOUBLES .
Second round: ' Mra. 3. O. On shine and
Elmer Griffin defeated Mra. W. I. Northup
and Percy Lewis, 6-0, 8-6.
Miw Mayme MeDoaald and William Taylor
defeated Miss Stella, Fording and Kenneth
Smith, 6-1. 6-1. -
Mias Gertrnde Schreiner and Dr. K. P.
Steinmets defeated Mra, Hariand . Wentworth
and MUlincton Orey, 6-4. 6-1. - ,
2 p. m. Mrs. 3. O. dishing and Miss
Mayme ' McDonald n. Miaa Ma4iain 8teffen
and Miaa Inex Fairchild; Mias Irene Campbell
and Miss Gertrnde Schreiner vs. Mrs. . W. . L
Northup and Miss Stella Fording. -
S p. m. Mrs, I. J. CoahlnB va. Miaa Ger
trnde . Schreiner final - tournament round) ;
Catin Wolfard and Henry Sterena . vs. A D.
Wakemas and A. D. Norria. .
4 p. m.badore Westerman (Portland) vs.
Joe Livensood '- (Seattle) (boys' final round ;
Phil Neer. (Portland) vs. Jack Wright (Spo
kane) (final round Northwest junior cham
pionship), i -
Op. m. Miss' Mayme McDonald and .Wil
liam ; Taylor vs. Miss Gertrude Schreiner , and
Dr. E. P. Steinmets: Misa Irene Campbell and
A. D. Wakemaa vs. Mrs. J. . P. Mulder ; and
Walter A Uoss.
8 d. m. -Harry Westerman vs. 'Marshall
Allen; Catlin Wolfard vs. Phil Neer; Rocers
MeVeach and 1 William Taylor vs. usorte u.
Javnaa and Him 8 Gray. - -
7 p. m. Mra. J.- C Cushlne and Elmer
Griffin vs. Winner Mulder and Goss vs. Camp-
bell and Wakemaa match. .
T UDOLFH WILHELM, Oregon state
-a-t-champlon, won ' the final round of
the first night or. tne summer Handicap
of the Portland - Golf ' club Wednesday
from J. Wisherd, 2 up. ' The champion
gave Wisherd a stroke a , hole and was
down until the sixteenth ' hole,: when he
; PACIFIO COAST LEAGUE
. ' . IrVWar . Loft
Lee Ansaiee ......... B ss . ,
Vernon ............. .a , . 41 '
San Fruoiace ........ SI S '
Salt Lake ........... 4T " 43
Oakland S S3
ortiand 41 '. SO'
Sacramento .......... 41 - - BZ
Seattle , SS S ,
New York ........... 4T. f SS
ClnelnneU .y. . , , . SO ' 2S ;
Chtoaoe .......... 4S f i 84 y
PRUbure . ........ ., SS . 31
Brooktyn ............ ST - SS '
St. Leyla ST 4
Beaten j . . . . . , ...... Z8 --;- 4 "
Phllde4phta . . . . . 31 r 1 4S .
AMERICAN LEASUE :
'Otilcage ..... 1-.; Bi f SS-)
devetand ............ 4S - S3 . '
New York . ... ...... 43 31 ;
Detroit 43 i 83
MX. Louis ........... 39 44 i
Mashf netotl s. i 34 S3 .
Boston ....j,.. SI 43
Philadelphia ........ ... IS SS ,
FEATURE IS WON
BY COX'S HOESE
McGregor the Great vWins' Co
lumbia Hotel Stake From Big 1
Field of Starters. .
Kalamazoo," Mich., July 18. Outclass
ing field of IS starters, McGregor the
Great,' of the Cor stable, won the $3000
Columbia hotel purse for 2:13 trotters
here yesterday. . A ......
AUie Iu. the favorite in the 2 :08 trot,
failed to win a heat, first honors going
to Pollyrood Kate, who finished, ninth. In
the first heat and then stepped forward
and took the next two. Natalie ths
Great annexed the 2-year-old trot.
The-results: 'i' " "
- 2:08 trot, putse SlOOOi tferee Beats:
Hollyrood Kate, r. m., by 'Joe Dodge
(Dodge) w. . w ....-. 1, 1
Brescia, br. m.. by Bincara (Stokes) 16 7
Uacar Watts, b. S-. by ueoerai watt
(Hyde) ........ i. . ........ 8
Mias Perfection,' b. m., by . General
Watts (McMahon) : 2
Gentry C Peter, ABie Lou, Don De Lopes,
Aztien, Dell Jolla started also.
Time 2:084. 2:084, 2:07. '
2:13 trot, Columbia, hotel purse, 83000;
three heats: 1 ;
McGregor the Great, b. h., by Peter
the Great (Cox) ... ...... . i i . . 1
Fenesta. blk. m., by Saa Francisco
(Mnrphy) . ... V. ............ . 8
Hollyrood Naomi, b. m., by Peter the
Great (Dodsc) ...... ...... . S
Miriam Guy. b. m., bj Guy Axworthy
(Hvdel .v... . ... ii.-2-
Hesler. Harvest Tide. Peter Coley, Dexter
Sym. Edith Carter, Hollyrood Kins, Delmore,
Bintara, Geiden Frisco, The i Acme also started.
'lime 2 )s . S;U, z.uin.
Two-year-old trot, two beats, sweepstakes:
Natalie the Great, b. t.. by Peter the "
Great (H. Thomas) 1 1
Dndette, b. f.. by XUwah (Geera) .... 3 2
Day Star, b. . cl by . Peter . the. Great
(Cox) ............... . .......... 4 8
Sister Asoff. b. f.. by .WUkaa Sample
(McMahon) ...... . "i S 4
d Stout, rh (., by Kl Canto (Stout) . . 5 0
Time 2:14 Vt, 2 :13 K. ' '
2:14 pace, half mile track; 81000:
Captain Heir at Law. blk. a., by-Heir
at Law (Valentine) ............ 1 1 4
Joe McK. b. t, by Bonny Mao (Guy
on) .. . 7 7 1
Boro B, blk. by Borrowed (Palin) 2 8 6
Sally, b. m.. by Johnston Boy (H.
i Thomas). ....... ......... S 2 5
Dude J. Lady May, Prince A, Basel Boy
also started. f -: --.-
:. Time 2 :08 H, 2:08.' 2:10 . ? '
Beavers. Drop Third Straight to
" Salt Lake Despite Three '
" Home Runs. -
SAL.T LAKE; July l8.:-Overcomlng av
. three-ran lead in the 'eighth' by put
ting across five tallies, the Salt Lake
Sees ' annexed their third straight Vic
tory over the Portland Beavers, 8 to 6. '
Unit, the fatal eighth the Beavers were
going like a house afire and "Red" Old
harn was burling great, ball, holding the
Saints to six bingles, four of which were
made In - the two frames preceding the
big rally. -. - , .
v Koehler, Siglin and Speas each put one
over. the fence, but none of them were
made with runners on the bases.
HOMERS FAIL-TO "WI2T -
Speas hosier scored one in the 'first
and doubles by Siglin and Koehler put
across another 'marker In the second.
Koehler-made 'his homer in -the fourth
and Oldham's single. Blue's m double and
a sacrifice fly put over two' In the fol
lowing inning. Siglin's homer in ' the
eighth was the Beavers' last score.
Salt Lalce .scored on Shee,ly's double,
an out and a long fly. Two more were
chalked Lup: in the .sixth on Mulvey's
double, Rumler's single, Sheely's walk,
a sacrifice and an out. : -
JOKES TO PITCH TODAT
The Bees batted around in the eighth,
Smith and Spencer, pinch hitters, get
ting hits that accounted for three of the
six runs. WistersU's error helped the
Bees along. In tma inning.
, Carroll Jones will face the Bees today.
and either Gould or Leverens will pitch
for the locals. . .1
The score: :
Blue, lb ....... .4
Wiatenil. 8b 8
Speas. If 2
Walker, cf 4
Sislin, 2b 4
Koehler. e 4
Kader, ss ........ 3
Cox. rf 8
Oldham, p....... 8
squared the match. He won the. seven
teenth with . a dead mashie and . scored
a four on the long eighteenth. Wil
helm's medal was 76, 87 1 for the first
nine and 39 for the second. Wisherd's
gross medal score was 101. The other
semi-final matches will be staged Sun
day. " The first elimination round of the
Heitkemper trophy will be held Sunday
In connection with a ball sweepstakes.
Ma wert. cf ...... 4
Spencer, o ....... 1
Kmc. 2b ......... 5
Mnlvey. If ....... 6
Rnmler.trf ....... 4
Sheely, lb 2
Johnson, ss ...... 8
MnUican, 8b ..... 2
Byler. o . ....... 8
Smith, rf ........ 1
Stroud, p ........ 2
Ieverenx, p ..... 0
Totals ...... ,
K. H. PO. A. E.
' 1 -2 9 10
O 0 2 8 1
11 1 0 ' O
0 1 ... 4 0 O
2 2 O 2 0
1 2 6 0 0
0 10 2 0
0 12 1 0
1 1.1 0 0
0 0.0.0 0
6 11 24 T T
K. . H. PO. A. E.
0 1 , 1 0 O
1 1 2 0 0
0 . 2 -, 2 s e
1 2 4 1 0
2 2 4 10
2 2 7 0 0
" 1 1 8 2 0
0 O 1 2 0
,0 0 2 3 O
1 1 O O 0
0 0 11 0
0 0 0 O 0
0 0 0 I 0 0
8 "7 27 75' 0
Plan to Display '
Pight Films to
r A. E. P. Halted
2Tew Tork, Jam 18 "A wemaa est
Is Ohio Is keepisg the Ameiicaa sol
dier s Is Earope from seelsg the fight
pirtsret f 'the - Jiempsey-Willnrd
f Iffht," said Billy Roehe, the fanaoss
fight referee today. : Boeke Is aow
Xaight of Colanrbas field secretary.
It had bees "arranged for Boehe to
take, s copy of the tight film abroad,
lor exhibition to' the' dohghboys Is ths
arsny aad tlHwaer. . i a
; isThl . woiaaa." said Koehe.l Hs"' a
' member oft the Ohio board- of censor.'
She Is opposed to harlsg.the fight
pie tares shown anywhere. BJckard
Dempsey aad Wlllard agreed 'to let
the pletares be shown to the beys on
the other side free of charge bat this
lady' on the 'eentortbls- board bloeks
the . plan,, although. H would provide
maeh needed , entertainment for, the
boys who went across to make the
world safe for democracy .
At New. Tork v. . - R.H.E.
Chicago .........100000000 1 4 2
New York... .......000100100 2 9 4
Batterlea -Hendrix. JJouglass and Kil
lefer, O'Farrell ; Barnes and Gonzales.
- - - . ; . -
At Philadelphia : - " K.H. E.
St. Louis ...000000000000 0 4 1
Philadelphia '.00000 0 00 0001 1 7 1
- Batteries Jacobs and Dilhoefer; Mea
dows and aTragreaser.
At Brooklyn : " . ' ;; R.H.E.
ClncinnaU ".1 0112 0 0 0 05 S O
Brooklyn . ... ... 1.0 00 ao 0 010 1 13 8
- Batteries -Sallee and Barlden; Smith,
Mamaux and Miller. -
: t Batted for Stroud in eighth.
SCORE BT INNINGS
Portland ........, 1 101200
mta . .'i
Salt Lake ,
1 0 .
. ..1 2 0 3 3 0 1 1 O 11
. ..O.O 1 1 0 2 2 12
SUMMARY - ; '
Two base hits Siglin. Koehler, Bine 2. Shee
ly, Mnlvey, Spencer.' Home runs Speas, Koeh
ler. Sielin. Sacrifice hit Johnson. Sacrifice
flies Wiaterril, Speas, Mulligan 2. Stolen bases
Rumler. Sheely. Bases on balls Off Old
ham 4, off Stroud 2, off Lerernes 1. Struck
outr By Oldhssn 6, by Stroud 2, by Levernea 2.
Runs, responsible for Oldham 7, Stroud . Cred
it victory to Stroud. : Six runs, 11 hits, 28 at
bat off Stroud in 8 innings. Left on bases
Portland 4. Salt Lake 8. Passed ball Byler.
Double plays Cox to Blue. Johnson to Mulli
gan, Bit by pitcher Blue by Stroud. Time
1:48. Umpires Held and Eason.
SENATORS SWING CLOSE
CONTEST FROM OAKLAND
At Pittsburg: Car 'strike: no game. -
Spokane' Club to
In P. N; A. Tourney
Spokane, WaslL. July 18. A team of
swimmers .representing Spokane will be
entered in. the Pacific Northwest asso
ciation championship meet at Victoria,
B. C, Saturday, July 19. ?;
Harold Gleeson. Verne Cunningham
and George McKay, 1 all T. M. C. A.
swimmers, are the Spokane lads whose
entries were mailed in by F. H. McKay,
while Hubert Keller tof Coeur d'Alene,
the individual star of the regatta events
at Lake Coeur d'Alene on July 4 and 5,
will be the fourth man on the team.-
There Is a possibility that Sari Taft
of the T. M. CJ A., will also be included
on the team for the diving contest.
Keller has been entered in all the dis
tance events from 220 yards up. while
McKay, Gleeson and Cunningham will
take part In the sprints and other events
vfp to and Including the 220 yard contest.
Cunningham will make a--try for points
In the under water swim in addition to
the other events. George McKay is also
an ' under water performer.
MMMMMMmBwmmmMmMmMwwamMMmmMMmm .v--"--.. -
Five Teams Are in Race . for
: Pennant, in Junior Major
. League.' ,5' "
- r 1 - "By H.C' Hamilton : 1
jyfEW TORKi July lV-OJS P.) Closer
J-l and closer- the- race in the Ameri
can league is being drawn, with a pos
sibility that any one of five teams may
suddenly . start for- the , wire "With such
speed that 4 the Impetus will t carry ; It
through to a pennant. ; - .
, The ; first . f our j teams are ' grouped
with a' separation: of seven 'games, and
a half game behind Detroit, in fourth
place, rest the Browns. ,
The Yankees and White Sox are
slumping, -the latter much more recent
ly, than, the Gothamttes, but enough to
make their position dangerous. The
Indians are again coming strong, and
the Browns are playing the game of
their, lives. .5
Something is bound ' to break when
the Sox and : Yankees : tie into . each
other In the next series. - If Cleveland
can pelt along at a favorable clip when
that time comes, the club will slip past
me xanics or the Sox.
Meanwhile, the tightness of the Na
tional league pennant chase grows more
pronounced. ; Cincinnati.; lost a day's
work yesterday, when the Katjonal
league board of directors threw out a
game the Reds won from the Pirates
and ordered it played again. They de-
reatea tne JJoagers, but remained sta-
Kilo nary while the Giants were advanc
ing over the recumbent bodies of the
OT, PAUL, Minn., July 18. (I. N. S-
a-x ai juccoy, Brooklyn middleweight.
pulled a "Jess , WlUard" In his ; battle
with Mike O'Dowd of ! St. Paul' last
night,' hitting the - canvas seven ' times
on clean knockdowns before - he . took
the count of ten. McCoy had no luck
in the matter of tossing in the towel.
however, as .the referee kicked the towel
out of the : ring - twice when McCoy's
manager -threw it in. The knockout
came In the third round, -
New York, July 18. (L N. &) Ted
Lewis and Jack Brltton met on Broad
way, and before they parted, they bad
made a side bet of 81000 on the result
of their coming eight round bout at
Jersey City, July 28. , ,
'Snowy ' Baker Puts
In Bid for Services
; Of Jack Dempsey
' Ijos 'Angeles, Cal., July 18w -.
(U. P.) "Snpwj- Baker, Aus
tralian flsht promoter, lias of
fered Jack Dompsey a srnarantee
of $100,000 If' be would stace bis
- first battle defendlnn the.world's
cbainplonsbip in Sydney, Aus
tralia, . . Baker cabled the offer to Mrs.
Baker, who Is visiting In Ixs An '
geles.-" ' ' :
WITH MINOE SET
Drafting Rules1 Must Be Restored
Before Majors Will Become
New York, July 18. (U. P.) The Na
tional league has officially - declared
It? would . have noth Ing to do with the
minor leagues if the latter refused to
restore the draft privileges. v
A communication from a commission
of the minor leagues announced draft
ing hi . the future by the majors would
not be permitted, although members of
the minors would be permitted to draft
among ; themselves. All major - league
members were present at the meeting
except those of St. Louis and Cincinnati.
The league also threw out the game
between Pittsburg and Cincinnati of
July 8. The game was called to enable
the ClncinnaU team ; to - catch a train.
Pittsburg claimed the Reds took a later
train, r This was confirmed. The game
will be played' over again at Cincinnati,
July 27 or 28, or August Z3
. The Question of raising the game
schedule from 140 to 154 games was dis
cussed, but the . latter was decided
The ' national - commission's - recom
mendation that the players' pool in the
world series be divided 75 .per .cent to
the winning team and 25 pert cent to
the second and third was accepted.
: The National league also decided there
shall be no more exhibition games be
tween members of the league. ; One al
ready scheduled at Syracuse, will be
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& Marx ;
make these suits. They are tailored
in the manner of the best custom
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.,.?. : - i - '
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Fifth and Alder
Sacramento, July 18. Sacramento
won from Oakland Thursday, 5 to. .4.
Guisto made his first appearance in the
Oakland lineup, but he only. played part
of the game. The score:
: . OAJKLAND 1 SACRAMENTO
. AB.H.O.A.I AB. H. O.A
Lane.cf.. 6 12 01 Pinelli.Sb.. 3 1 . 3 1
8 . 0
Middlet'n Jf 2
M i f'aT.2b 3
Orr.ss... . 4
Cook.e. ... 3
tScbant . .
TotaU. 86-8 24 11 TotaU. 2T 2711
Miaa lor usnto la lourtn. -tBattcd
for Ptrey in serenth.
Oakland. O 0 O i O ft 9 1
Hit .... ni l onian-t -
- .......... " -M. . M . w V 4P V X U
Sacramento ....... 0 0 0 1 O O 4 O 5
Hits o 0 O 2 0 2 S 0 8
- f . SUMMARY .
KnnSM.1 ana Will HAk.. 1ii.aa u
v . -wwvm. cuiur vrr. jnree
"ma. 7 hita irff Piercy. 29 at bat in. 7 fnnhia;
", " vu Mjmifin. o ss oas m z mninss.
Stolan bssss Bohnw. - fiHriltnn s.... v.;
Middleton. Wolter. Gris-CB- Bom oa balls
viz tricTcj o. on aremer . Struck out By
1aww at tie sT.. . O V , .
- k TM.... air
?TVJ0 JJ.Trr0?0?'-- liable pUy Arlett to
for PiMC1Lt Krerner 5. Credit Yictorr to
.w. r-, . --iwsr jrixisji ana
HITS AND HOMERS EVENLY
4 SPLIT, TIGERS WIN, 4-3
Ijos Aneeles. Jill's- is . rh. n..i
again defeated the Angels hy a score
of , 4 to 3 here Thursday. It 'was
m even aiiair tnroug-hout, each, team
getting- 10 safe hits and a home run.
The score t ' -j
u AB- 9- 9- 4:r. . - AB. 1L O. A.
j Dourne.cz 2 O 1 0
Meul,3b... 3 1 O 1
Borton.lb. 4 . 1 10 0
Eddinet'n,rf 4 . I 2 0
Hiffh.lf . . -A 1,. .,. a
Fii.her.2b. . 4'"1 ' 4 8
DeVormer.e 4 16 0
WMitcb'iU 1 O .0 8
Alcock. ... 11 0
DaU.p.... 2 OS 2
r abrtques. 4 24
Fournier.lb. 4 : 0 f B
tCrawf ord.rf. 4 f 1 3
ICrandalLp. . 4
tOSW, l . . A
1 . 0
.88 19 27 19
Batted for W. Mitc4H in fif'thl
iou iw xoies in uie nintn. v
. .... firrriRR u v . t w , . . a .
Ternoa ......... 2 0 0 0 1 1 O A ft 4
Hits . ......... 3 1 X 122. SO 0 10
lVos Ancelee ...... 0210 OOOO 0 3
. .. I S 1 2 0 0 1 1 110
,ins. ' MHcheli, Meusel. H1h. Alcock.
Crawford. Kenworthy, ' Boiea. - Enoiw-Uenael.
The Hart Olas Cew,
S0S-3O7 PIm St. I
1 Phonrs Brsadwsy 1703
1 1 X
1 t V
Home rnra Boles. Crawford. Two base hita
Meusel. Fsbriqne. Eddincton, High. Fiaber.
eeemlea nits jnauooume s, t.uv. BLruca o
By W. Mitchell 8, by CraadaU 2. Bases on
balls UK (jranaau l. nun responsiDie lor
Crandall 4, W, Mitchell 3. . Serev hit. 3 runs.
iStorVto Del "1 rbie"iyfteu to FwTer iMcCredie, signed up Frye for the battery
to Borton. limpires i Inner ana xfeaiora. imufA aggregauon. manager wayne -Tancis
S EALSslTH ROUGHS EATO N ,
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Oakland, July It. With Tom Seaton
in the box, San Francisco defeated Seat
1 m. . m UBtTiA . t ttkA " Sr1eA
Thuradajr i to 0. Gilligan pitched for
the visitors, but he . was wild and his
support was ragged, r The score :
. "5LB. H.ft.A-
ComotoBjU. S . 1 3 . 9
Hemp. 2b. . . 4 0 2 0
WaLih.ef: 4 0 10
Bcbailer.rt. 8 0 5 ,0
Sweeney .c. 3 0 5 1
Ttncha 1 b . . 3 1 A 0
Murphy.8b.lS 0 1 2
Frenches. .4 3.1 1,1
GUlian,p.. 3 10 2
RAN IfRANnijiinn -
, AB. H. O. A.
Schick .cf. . 4 1 O 0
Fitxserald.rf 8 1 1
Hunter.lf. ..5:0 2
Koerner.lb. 8 1 15
tarandall.2b. 2 0 2
Bald win ,e. . 3
Sea ton, p. . . 4
Totals.. 31 4 24 .6 Totals. .82 . S 27 IS
, SCORK BT INNINGS
Seattle . 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 00
Hita .......... .o o u u u a u i.i
. .1.4 O 0 0' 0 0 0 4 8
2 0 0 1 1 0 1 4
. SUMMARY "
- Runs Fitzterald. Koemer 2. Crandall. Ca-
Teaey 2. Baldwin.. Beaton. errors Sweeney.
Roche. Mnrnbr.' French. GUIicsn. Stolen
-Schick. Fitzarrsld 3. Koerner 2. Tbrea base
hitx CiTFift. Schick. Two base hits CaTeney.
Seaton. Struck out By GiHis-an 4. by Beaton
7. Bases on balls Oft Gilligan S. Double play
r.inntr -to Crandall to fc.oerner.Kuns,
sponsible for GillUan 3. . Ift on bases 8o-
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SI LIS o, cnucucn . uum . ,-mv v
pire Casey and Burnside. -
- BSssssssaV W
Fresh From the:
e and 74
Bey the Box
3.75 aad ttJti
Sth and Wash. 4th and SteiTiaon
- Now is the time for this popular
sport; I. We have - a -fresh, stock of
Wright! & Ditson Rackets and Balls.
..; . ....... .. ..... .' ... - ... 1 '
j We are prepared to do restrlnging
and general repairing. Expert .work,
and done promptly. f
r'h'.: - X:s -Wi ViiV.
i 27S IloxrlMB EW Nssx Frtik;
Frye Will Hurl for
Battery A Sunday
Ernie Frye, the youngster from. Grants
Pass, who has been recommended to the
Portland Beavers by Herb Pern oil, will
be given a chance to show Portland
fans what he has en the ball when he
twirls for the Battery A baseball team
against the G. M. Standifer shipbuilders
on Vaug-Hn Street grounds Sunday after
noon. Billy Steppr who has worked him
self into a scouting Job : for' Manager
Lewis of the Standifers . is not certain
about his battery.
Pal Moore Loses 20-Round Bout
to English Champion on
Points? Verdict Hooted.
By Son Chamberlain
LOXDOX, July 18. (U. P.) Jimmy
Wilde was still the idol of Great
Britain today, although only his des
perate gameness and Pal Moore's foul
ing gave him the decision over the Mem
phis lad at the Olympla stadium last
Moore outpointed the British flyweight
champion, but repeatedly struck him
with -open gloves Kef eree Corrl cau
tioned him In the tenth. . This cost him
the victory. The verdict went to Wilde
on points. In the last five rounds Wilde
was bleeding at the mouth and nose, but
he hung on and forced the fighting,
though Moore landed freely.
Moore's best rounds were the sixteenth,
and seventeenth, when he walloped Wild
all over the rlnp. Wilde came back lit
the twentieth round, showing a hurst
of speed and taklnjr the offensive. Wilde
missed frequently In the last 10 rounds
and left the ring nearly exhausted.
The American tried desperately toward
tne ena or tne nout to anocx out Ms
agile opponent, but Wilde evaded him.
. Seventeen thousand persona saw the
fight, which included much brilliant box-'
ing. - '
, General Pershing was greeted with
loud cheers when he entered the stirdlum.
The prince of Wales and Prince Albert
also were present.
V.'' Comment Is Unfavorable
New Tork. July li.d. N. S.)Re
ports from London, telling how Jimmy
Wilde was awarded a decision over Pal
Moore at the end of their 20-round bout
last night, caused a storm of unfavor
able Vomment in boxing circles here to
day." Accounts of the fight, from a num
ber of sources. Indicate that Wilde was
badly beaten by the American boxer and
that the English system of scoring points
proved unfair to Moore. Boxing fans
here are recalling the experiences of
Willie Ritchie, Gunboat Smith and other
FRANK M. TROEH of Vancouver,
Wash.." has averaged .9757 on 6030
registered targets this season, accord
ing to off lclai. averages. The Vancouver
shooter returned Thursday from a so
journ in Canada where he participated in
three tournaments. At Vancouver he
was high amateur with a total of 298
out of 800 and in Edmonton he shattered
295 out of 300, i In a 60-bird handicap
he was high with 47 out of 60 and
scored 24 out of 13 pairs of doubles. At
Banff. Ont-, he totaled . 164 out of 170
In singles, was high in doubles with 48
out of 50 and won , the handicap honors
with 49 out of 60. ' - 'i.'Nv.'-!'.-.:V-' ;
. Kddie Alnsmlth's double in the second
inning scored the runs that gave De
troit a victory over the Athletics.
At Chicago :V - R. H. B.
Washington ..... 2 1 001 021 2 S 17 0
Chicago 10002100 0 4 1
Batteries -Shaw and Plclnlch; Faber
and Lynn. - .
At Cleveland : R. H.E.
Boston ......... 000000000 0 5 '8
Cleveland ........00021010 I 9 1
: Batteries Ruth arid Walters; Morton
and O'Neill. .
, 'At Detroit: ' R. It. E.
Philadelphia 0110001008 7 3
Detroit 00400001 6 6 3
. Batteries Kinney and McAvoy ; Love
and Ainsmith. 4
At St. Louis (17 Innings)' R.IT.E.
N. Y. 0000082 1 00000 0000 19 2
St. L. 0000100410000000 17 17' 4
- Batteries Quinn. Mogrldsje, Shore,
and Hannah ; Sothoron, Wright, Dallie
and Severeid, Mayer.
The Red Sox failed to solve the
pitching of Guy Morton, who won for
Cleveland by ; the shutout route.
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