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FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1022.
Is Divided Between Tigers and Beavers Speed Boats to Race
:iie outgo: daily journal, to;
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, ! Br Jolt B. Foster
- (Copyrisbt. 1922. by Tbe Journal)
MB WTORK. Aug. 25. New York
La won the American league pennant
In 1921 wltn 9& victories and 55 defeats.
If the Detroit baseball club- staoald win
every ''tame from now until the end
' of the season it would only equal that
record ! That will give some idea of
the situation in the, American circuit
". Detroit ia a reasonably good third and
to be first at the percentage of year
ago the team would have to sweep for
ward to victory without interruption.
Indications are that the champion
ship of the Junior major circuit may
oe won by less than 90 games this
: season. It depends as to whether St.
Louis and the Yankees maintain their
- lace to face skirmish right down to
p me finish and the other clubs give
Biera the same opposition that they
lave been ffivlng: all the summer.
WOCXl FEOYE XT3TIFOK3I
Should the pennant be won by less
. than 90 games the contest for it will be
Jroved more uniform than if It were a
jhampionship won by more than 100
tames. It .will confirm the fact that
- fhe difference in playing strength
. imong the American league teams was
narrowed to a very scant margn
when they were organised for the 1922
The Giants won the National league
- shampionship in 1921 with 94 vict6ries
. ind 69 defeats. They were not a good
' looking ball team until they squared
iway and defeated Pittsburg and it was
9ia duel between New York and. Pitts
burg that held the race close, rather
- 3ian any particular display of strength
tn the- part of the other teams.
v MUST WIX 29 MORE
'The Giants have 37 games to play.
to reach their mark of victories made
ast year they must win more than
i W games. The exact number for the
noment is unnecessary, as it is more
- evident that the National league cham
itonship . will be won by figures more
Solely approximating those of a year
tgo than the American league Cham--
NonshiD can be won that easily. How-
iver, for every one and five sevenths
fame that the Giants win from now
; tntit the end of the year the St. Louis
' earn to tie must win 2 7-10 games. It
tan be done because the Giants may
- A-umble as they have in the past, but
ft. Louis roust beat New York itself
o do it
That it is not likely to be done is
' Jiown by such exhibitions as that of
- rhursday in which the Giants, who
tave not found Luque an extreme ob-
: ftacle in their path any time" this sea-
ton, managed to squeeze through with
t'3 to 1 victory, while the Cardinals,
rho have been pestered by the in
jocuous Bostons all of the season, are
- lefeated in a slugging game of 12
f fESTER TBIP TO DECIDE
"sThe western trip being made by the
slants -will in ail probability win them
he championship and when there is
(Oth'lng to do there will bo-- a great
.: mount of invective hurled against
Jew York in the Middle West where
be team is clearly out of joint wJth
. seball enthusiasts. .
'Put rage as they may. extreme partl
i ina 'cannot get away from the fact
: bat, the St. Louis Cardinals, were they
(settled team, with a smoother man
.er -of playing ball, might have been
a the lead by games to spare. They
, iave been given the opportunity re
: teatedly, but their game has not been
. trong -when it should have been and
heir pitching staff, what there is of
.; t.. has never proved that it can rise to
. - r emergency which proves champion
. fcip merit.
U . To Display Sklil
Athletes of Sellwood will display
vbllities tonight in a herathalon series
eight events to be run off under
he direction of Deal O. Williams, play-
3-ound director. The events are ar
, itnged ! to test speed, endurance and
trength and are 100 yard dash, shot
it. high Jump, broad Jump, chinning
aerclses. push up from ground, right
. trm push up with bell bar, left arm
aish up with bell bar.
"'. : first ! place will net 7 pounts, sec-
id S points, third S points and fourth
t- point. Two classes Will compete,
- tmiors under 18 years and ; seniors
ver-15. -r High point man In each class
receive a pennant with the legend,
Sellwood 19?2," and second place will
jd awarded a winged letter "S."
rYou KNOW you can
trust Chown guns,
rWe jof f er, consistent
ly, the best the coun
; try affords of every
thing for sportsmen.
! WINCHESTERS RElMINGfONS
' . v . SAVAGES '' :
; - .The standard among rifles
. begin in price at $25.00.
J A FULL LINE OP SHOT GUNS
J " .'" ;:sSpeciaI Prices on
. CLOTHING FOR SP0RTS3IEN
1147 Fourth, Between
Dempsey May Go
To South America
To Battle Firpo
(Br Universal Service) f
Jfew Vork,,Ag- xi iais Firsts,
pride f : the Argentine, vs. J scat
Dempsey; in South Asseriea, befors
the first of the year. i - i.
This Is a possIblUty w series ly
belag considered, according, to Pr
Motor . Tex Riekara, folio wis r a
eoafereaee with Jack K ear as, bu
ager of the caaaialon as a the seas
lug of a cablegram stating terra
sader which Dempiey woald eater
the ring. '. ;' tiij.
Hirkard said Demssey had ex
pressed his wUIiagaess to go ts
boatb America for the boat He
-wo sld sot dirslgs the terms of the
proposition, he said, ssttt he had.
received a reply from Firps.,
Why Not Make It
TT7 ALTER B. HONEYMAN, owner
V of Bowman, cannot understand
why Chester G .Murphy's Tony Faust
Jr. should cause a lot of discussion in
regard (to a match race for Goldwyn
Smith's Frontier Boy during the three.
day race meet under the auspices of
the Vancouver Afifi Shrine patrol, the
Army Relief society and the Portland
Hunt clu, September 2, 3 and 4, on the
Clarke county fair grounds track.
I used to stage footraces with Chet
Murphy years ago," says Honeyman,
and while we ; both may be a little
bit stiffer in the Joints than we used
to be, and therefore couldn't put up
such exciting V races. I figure that my
horse Bowman should be taken into
consideration. Why not make It a
three-cornered event between Tony
Faust Jr., Frontier Boy and Bowman,
I ask? '
"Whether or not Bowman wins the
-mile, I know he'll make the other
two step lively to keep in front of him,
and that's all' I can expect"
t Frontier Boy baa been undefeated
so far during 1922, and although lie
had a close call on July 4, he still re
mains at the top of the list in these
parts. Quite a number of horses are
working out at the Clarke county track
for the three-day program, and those
in charge predict record attendances.
The 59th infantry band will be -on
hand to give its final concert, for soon
afterward it will be disbanded and
combined with the 14th XJnited States
Tennis Team Beats
Chestnut Hills, N. J.. Aug. 25. (L N.
S.) The Franco-American team of N.
W. Niles of Boston and Jean Barota of
France, became a semi-finalist in the
national doubles tournament when they
defeated R. Morris Williams II of Bos
ton and Watson Washburn of New
York, the 1921 Davis cup team, Thurs
day afternoon. The scores were 6-3,
7-5, 3-6, 2-6, -2. The defeat of Wil
liams and Washburn was the greatest
upset of the tournament to date.
Barota's terrific volleying and the
unsteadiness of the American team
were factors in the Niles-Barota vic
tory. The Frenchman drew applause
from the gallery by his volleying and
his speed with which he covered the
William Ingraham of Harvard, one
of the favorites for the national Junior
singles championship, was eliminated
in the semi-final round by Lewis N.
White of Austin, Texas, at 6-2, 6-4.
White will opose Arnold W. Jones af
Yale in the final round.
Sarazen and Ouimet
Winners at Boston
(Br United News)
Boston, Aug. 25. Gene Sarasen, the
national open as well as professional
champion, and Francis Ouimet of Bos
ton, defeated Walter Hagen, the Brft
i"h open. champion, and Joe Kirkwood
of Australia, three and two in an 18
hole exhibition match here Thursday;
For the second time this week.
Brown, recruit pitcher, won his game
for the Pirates, this time beating the
Phils 10 to 4.
Alder and Morrison
Sixin 1 Frame;
Win by Rally
LOS ANGELES, CaU'Aug. 25. It aB
i happened in the sixth inning of
the second game of Thursday s double
header between Portland and Vernon.
The Tigers had taken a pitchers duel
2 to 1 in the opener and the locals were
holding; a' 2 to 0 advantage at the be
ginning of the eighth inning of the
second matinee when all of a sudden
the Beavers came to life and , drove
six runs across the rubber. To make
it good, the Oregonians added another
marker In the ninth and the game
ended 7 to 2. '
Tlalph Coleman, the former Oregon
Aggie athlete, twirled in hard luck in
the first game against Jakie May. Had
he been opposed to anyone else, he
might have been able to put across a
victory, for he allowed only seven hits.
May was touched up for only four.
That Coleman displayed a lot of
pitching ability was apparent when
it is taken into consideration that in
all but two Innings the first man up
got on base, and yet not a run was
made off him until the "break" came
in the seventh. In the second inning
the Beaver youngster showed a lot of
courage by walking; the first three
men to face him Bodie, ;Hyatt and
Hannah. -He made - French force
Bodie at the plate, iand Zeider then
hit into a double play without ' any
damage. being done. '
In the seventh, after French had
fanned,' Zeider doubled to rigtt. May
singled ' Infield, ' and when Sargent
threw- wild to first Zeider scored and
May took second. ChaGbourne went
out apd May went to third followed
by H. High's walk. Smith then tapped
a single to center, on which May rode
home with what proved to be the win
Portland made a brave attempt to
tie it up in the ninth, but fell short
by one run. Elliott, batting for Cole
man, singled, as did Hale, who was
batting for Wolfer. Hale tried to
make a double out of his hit and was
caught stretching, Elliott taking third.
Paton filed out - to Chadbourne and
Elliott scored after the catch. Gres-
sett ended the rally by popping out to
The second game found Wheezer
Dell opposed to "Speedball" Biemiller,
and the lanky Vernon twirler had to
be relieved in the eighth inning after
ftye runs had been pounded in and
only one out. Seven solid smacks
were registered by the visitors- in that
canto and all of them came in for runs.
Every Beaver made at least one hit
in the second contest, Wolfer and
Brazil each making two.
The Tigers have missed two . good
chances of gaining more on the San-
Francisco Seals. The Salt Lake Bees
have trimmed the seals in two straight
games, while the best the Tigers could
do against the Beavers was to break
even in two double-headers. At that.
the locals have gained one full game
on the league leaders, whereas they J
should have gained three.
The score :
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Wolfer. if 3 O O S 0 .0
rtton, as 3 O 1, 1 4 1
Orenaett, VTX....4 O O 1 O 0
I'oole, lb S 0 0 5 0 0
rax. cf 3 O 1 1 O O
BmuHI. 2b 2 O 0 5 3 I
Ksreent, 2b. ...3 O 0 2 3.1
Kint. c 3 O O 6 0 1
olMnn, p .... 2 O O O 3 0
Elliott X 1 1 O 0 0
tHule 10 1 0 0 0
Totals 28 1 "4 34 10 4
AB. R. H. O.
Chadhonroe. cf . . 3 O
H. Hih. If ,3 0
Smith, 3b 4 O
Bodie, rf ...... 3 0
Hyatt, lb ...... S 0
Hanna, e ...... 2 0
French, ss .4 0
Zeider. 2b 4 1
May, p 3 1
14 0 0
0 O 0
2 4 O 0
0 2 2 0
0 14 0 0
0 4 0 0
0 0 2 0
2 18 0
2 0 5 0
T 27 IT
Batted for Qgeraan ia 0th.
T Batted for Slfer in 9th.
Portland .' 000 000 001 1
Hits 100 0O0 012 4
Vernon 000 OO0 20 2
Hits ....101 011 80 7
Runs responsible for Coleman 1. Mar 1.
Struck out Bt Man 4. Coleman 3. Bum nn
balls May 1, Coleman S. Stolen bases
Brazil. Two base bits Paton, Zeider. Sacri
fice bits Chadbourne, Paton. Donble pays
Paton to Brazil to Poole. Time 1:80. Um
pires Finney and Eason.
Second game :
IB. R. M. PO. A. E.
Woilfer. If ..
Paton. ss . . .
Gressett, rf . .
foole. lb . . .
lirazill. 2b . .
Sargent. 3b ,
Elliott e . . .
Biemiil p .
,...85 T 11 27
AB. R. W 1HV
l hadboarne. cf -. . 5 1 2 2
II. High, If 3 1 1 2
Smith. 8 2 0 1 1
Bodie, rf 3 0 1 2
Hyatt, lb 3 0 0 11
Murphy; a 3 0 0 4
French, sa ..... 4 0 13
Zeider, 2b ...... 3 0 0 1
Dell, r . , 2 0 ; 0 O
Gilder, p ...... O O A 1 -
'Hawks ........ 1 O O
Totals 28 2 6
Batted for Gilder in ninth.
SCOKB BT INNINGS"
Portland 00O 000 0813
Hits 100 ISO 672 IX
Vernon . . ,...; ; 100 10 000- 2
Hits 110 110 101- 6
' - SUMMARY - ,- k
Inninrs pitched by EMI 7-1-3, at bat. Dell
27, bits 6. runs 8. Chars defem to Dell.
Runs responsible for Biemtlle 2, IeU 4,
Gilder 2. Struck out By Dell 4, by Biemil
ler 4. by Gslder 1. Bases on balls Off
Biemiller S. Hit by piteber Smith 2, H.
Hish. i Wild pitch BismUler, Glider. Stolen
base Hyatt.. Three-baa hit Wolfer. Two
bus hits Bodie, Poole, Elliott, Paton, Bar
sent. ? Sacrifice hits Hitfti. Bodie. Smith. Bar
cent. Doable play BraaiU to Paton to
I'oole. Zeider to French to Hyatt. ; Time
2 J 5. Umpires -Eaaoa and Finney.
SEATTLE VISITOR SHOW
OAKS BASEBAXI, LESSORS
Oakland. Aug. 25. The visitors from
Seattle Thursday showed the Oaks how
to play ball, winning a double header
Fishing : Days !
On most of the streams they're
still biting gfood-f-and we are
always ' able to fiirnish the
right sort of tackle. ) k -
BACKUS & : MORRIS
273 Morrison St, . Near Fourth
ADAMSON'S ADVENTURESThis Should Make the Picture Realistic By 0. aJcobsson
f I MlRCO TOUT
MAM, A T0U)4
ftirr fhom ttf
f0o L.OOK S.IKS n
Thursday afternoon, 9 to 4 and 7 to 3.
AB. R. H. E.
Brown.lf . . 5
Cather.2b . 4
Eley.p. . .
Total.. 36 4 7 0
Batted for Klej in ninth.
SCORE BT INNINGS
Seattle 110 100 303 0
Hits 230 200 50214
Oakland 000 100 102 4
Hits 000 211 210 7
Inniaea Bitched -Arlett 7. af bat 28. hits
12, runs C: Miller 1 plus, at bat 4, hits
runs 2. Chare e defeat to Arlett. Rons re
sponsible for Arlett 6. Gardner 1. Miller
3. Hit by pitcher Adama. by Miller: Wist-
erxil by Eley. Stolen bases- Orr. Three basj
mis oaxney. : i wo oase mis acniuie. sac
rifice hits Schuite, Hood, S. Adams. Double
plays Cather to Kniint to Marriott, father
to Knight, Brubaker to Caiher to Knight.
Second game :
AB. R. H. E.
AB. R. Ji. E.
JLane.lf . . . 5
8 Ad'ms.2b 5
Hood.rf . . 3
0 Brabaker.sa 4
Cather. 2b. 4
F.Mred.cf . 4
Orr.ss. . . 4
Sehnlte.rf . 4
3. Adams.c 3
0;Caffey.cf . .
teregcp. . 3
Totals. .83 7:10 1( Totals. .34 3 9
SCORE BX INNINGS
Seattle 0f0 203 020 7
Hits 10 402 030 10
Oakland 000 010 200 8
Hits no 020 41ff 0
Buns responsible for Brenton 4, Gregg
Struck out Br Green 4. Bases an balls
Off Brenton 1. Hit by pitcher J. Adams.
IVistersil. Stolen bases Orr, Cather. Two
e bits Brown. Brubaker. Scmilte. Sacrifice
hits Gregar, Hood. Double plays Enisht to
Cather, Brown to Mitxe, Gregc to Orr, Mar
riott to Enisht.
"PITCHES" XTJJfZ PUZZLE TO
ANGELS; HITS ALLOWED
Sacramento, Aug. 25. "Pinches"
Kunz was a puzzle to Red Killefer's
Angel sluggers Thursday, allowing: only
five hits and winning by a score of
3 to 0. Score :
LOS ANGELES SACRAMENTO
AB. R. H. E.
AB. R. H. E.
Spencer.cf 4 0 1 0McGafn.2b 5 12 0
McAuley.ss 4 0 O 1 iKopp.lf ... 3 0 1 0
Deal.Sb . . 4 O 1 0 8heehan,lb 2 0 2 0
Pickh'm.lb 3 0 1 1 Ryan.rt ...4 1 2 0
Tw-mby.rf .4 0 0 0 Murphy, 3b .4 0 0 1
Daly.e ... 4 0 1 0 McNeel'y.cf 41 1 0
CarrolMf .4 0 1 0 Pearce.sa ,.2 0 1 0
Lind'mr,2b 8 0 0 OStanace,o ..1 0 1 0
Wallace.p .2 0 0 0 Kuna.p ...4 0 10
Totals 32 O 5 2
Totals .29 3 11 1
SCORE Bt INNINGS
Los Aavelea 000 000 000 0
Hits oil VUl U02 o
Sacramento ........... .200 100 00 8
Hits 202 HO 23 i-11
Rnns responsible for Wallace 2. 8 truck
out By Wallace 2. o.uns 7. Bases on naus
Wallace 2. Kuni 3. Hit. by pitcher Stanaie.
McXeeley. Two base hits McGaffifan, Ryan,
Sheehaa, Deal, Daly. Baenlice hits Lopp,
Pearce. Sheehan 2. Double plays Peaxce to
Mc(iafflai to Sbeeban. Lindimore to Mc
Auley to Ptekham.
BEES BEAT SEALS IX
GAME WITH MA5T HITS
Salt Lake, Aug. 25. The Bees again
tipped over the bucket when they beat
the Seals 17 to IS. The game was de
cided in tbe last half of the ninth
when Strand put one over the fence
with two on.
with two on. In the seventh inning the
Bees staged a rally when the score was
13 to 6 against them, and thernet result
of the inning was seven runs, tying- the
score. The Seals made three runs in
the next two frames, only to have the
locals come through with tour in the
last half of the ninth.
..' SAN FRANCISCO SALT LAKE
AB. K, H, ET AB.S.H.E.
TellTjr . S S
Vltt,8h . . . 0 8 S 1
Sand.ss. ..8 2 S 0
TvewisJf .. B ' 2-8 0
Prannton.Tf 8 2
Ann.sD. o - a w
viii ik m - a vt SW
iStrs.nd.lb.. B 2 2 1
O'ConXcf ; 6
WBhoiUrt. - 2 3 o
Schtek.ef. . B 2 3 0
Rhyne.es. ; 6
Kilduff.2b O. 0 3 0
;Kerns.2b.. 4 2 1 0
l elle.e . . . 4
Acnew.e ... 3
Oeerv.n. . O
Anfinson.e. 5 0 1- 2
Tkumtonji.' O 0 0 0
GouM.p... 0 O. O
O 0 . b
OlBUeb'idr.p. O O 0 0
Km n . . . D u ' m UM.D . .
O O o
CoumbJ. 1 I OltByler . ...O
i e o
8hea,p. . . 0 O O O
Myers ...1 1
Total 48 1 25 0( Totals. 45 17 20 4
Batted for Telai in 8th.- ,
f Batted for Bis-bolder in Tlh.
t Batted for MeCabe in 9th.
SOOB BY INNINGS
San PTancisco ........ ..312 430 012-HI8
Salt Lake .... . . . . 001 830 704 IT
Hoase runs Strand 2, Sand, Cempton 2,
0ConieU 2, Ellison. Three base hits O'Con-
aeD. Two bee hits ElHsoa, O'Ceeinell. Sanel
2. Lewis, Kerne. Stoles bssee KUduff. KeUy.
Saerifirw hits Rhyme, McWeeney 2. Stmek
out Tbonoa 1. Gwnld 4, Blasholder 1, Mc
Weeney 8. Base en bs lis Thurston 1. Gould
8.. McWeeney 8, See 1. Four rune 5 hits
9 at be off Thnnrton in 1 2-8 tnaincs,
runs 11 bite 22 at bet off Gould in 4 1-S
iraiins. No rone 1 fait, 3 at bat off Bleebokier
in 1 inning. Kixht tuna 11 bits, 28 at bet -off
HeWeeney in 6 ploa. innino. Three ran 2 bits
2 at bat off Geary ta 1-3 hmins. ' Two runs 8
bits. 4 at bat eff See -ia 1-8 hminc Three
runs. 3 - hits. 8 at bat of Gewjnbe ia. 1 2-8
aninss, eat in 9th, Bams seepoaaible for
Thurston 4. Goald T. McCabe 8. McWaene
8. Geary 3. See 2. Cotuaba 8 Bhe 1. . OeditJ
Tiexory xo aacvee. oara-e oeiees so eneav.
Doubs tly Coaapton to Kiktutt to EUkne.
Eugene, Aug. 24. Jack Fulton, local
boxing promoter and brother of Fred
Fulton, plans to put' on a. card here
daring the early part ' of . September
which will include a mix between his
brother and Tex" -McCarty. -who
recently sent Denver Ed Martin down
or; the count in San Francisco. , . :
AB.. II. E.
Lane.K . ..4.2 2 0
8 Ad'ms,2b S 1 0 0
Hood,rf-lb 2 0 2 2
Eldred.cf. 5 0 10
W'terzil.3b 4 0 11
Bsrney.rf. 3 110
Orr.ss 4 111
Tobin.c. .4 2 8 0
Gardner, p. 4 2 8 0
Stumpf.lb 10 0 0
Totals. .34 0 14 4
At Chicago R. H. E.
Brooklyn 000 001 000 1 4 0
Chicaao 200 000 02 4 9 2
Batteries Msmmaus. Shrerer and Mill re.
De Berry ; Alexander and Hartnett.
AT Pittsburg It. H. E.
Philadelphia 100 001 110 -A 11 2
Pittsburg 025 012 00 10 12 2
Batteries Winters, G. Smith and'Heohne;
Brown and Schmidt.
At Cincinnati Tt Tt. E.
New Tork 000 001 100 2 6 0
Cincinnati 000 100 000 1 9 0
Batteries J. Barnes and Smith; Luque,
Kec sand Wingo.
At St. Louis R. H. ' E.
Boston 200 100 021 12 13 1
St. Louis 100 005 035 11 11 8
Batteries Braxton and Gibson; Pfeffer and
AMEBIC AX LEAGUE
' At Boston R. H. E
St. Louis 360 100 030 13 20 2
Boston 0OO 000 110 2 B 3
Batteries Kolp and SeTereid, Billings;
Karr, Ferguson, Piercey and Chaplin.
At New York R. H. E
Cleveland 020. 000 010 3 7 2
New York 110 103 01 7 12 0
Batteries Morton. Mails and. O'NeiU; Jones
At Philadelphia R. H. E
Ttotmi tl9 IIS 1A9 it , ,
Philadelphia .... 210 002 300 8 18 0
Batteries Johnson, Olson, Pillette and
Baasler; Harris, Ogden, RommeU and Perkins.
At Washington R. H. E.
Chicago . . 000 0O0 000 0 6 0
Washington . .... 010 000 00 1 4 3
Batteries Blankenshin nA AMialk I.lm.
son and Pkinich.
R. H. E.I B. H. E
Toledo .... 3 4 0 ' Indianapolis. . 2 8 3
Batteries Bedient and Kocher. Mnrtihv
Wearer and Krueger.
R H. E.I R. H. E.
Toledo .... 310 "Indianapolis. . O 8 1
Batteries Ayers and Kocher: Pettv and
At Milwaukee :
R. H. E.!
. 3 10 1
Bt. Paul :..10 15 OlMUwaukee
Batteries Hall. Benton and
Keefe, Pott and Myatt.
At Kansas City:
R. H. E.I
R. H. E.
Minneapolis.. S 12 2 1 Kansas City.. 6 8 0
Batteries McColi and Mayer: Zmn and
At LouisTiHe :
R. H. E.T R. H. E.
Colnmbns . . 10 12 2 Louisrille ... 5 7 6
Batteries PaJmero and Hartler: TincuD.
Little and Meyer.
R. H. E.I R. H. E.
Okla. City ...3 10 SiOroahe .5 9 0
Batteries Mceee. fayne ana ixmg; tin-
cber and Spencer.
At Sioux Uty .
R. H. E.I R. H. EX
Wichita 8 10 OtSioux City ... 5 13 2
Batteries Maun and Breen: Rosettger and
At 1X1 Moines -
R.H.E.I R. H. E.,
St Joseph ..2 5 OjDes Moines 3 7 4A
Battnea Hangun ana xvanaler: litmci
ana. Wilson. J
Becoad game: '
B. H E.I R. H.
Bt. Joseph ..2 2Des Moinea ..5 6 4
Battenee Adaans and Kandler: Merz and
The Senators played bad baseball.
but not bad enough to stop Walter
Johnson from shutting the White- Sox
out, 1 to 0, with five hits.
at 's a Cigarette. !
Quality Cvaranteekel try
NT7 York, N. Y.
A Movie Stai- ;
in Every Package
. fOK the Love: o ) 2 V
, Pete. Buck Up -
f . - USt TUT TAMEST UtJ
frunr's jake with msv
1V0O HAM PAU6ER'. IUI.A
riwinni. ML Ww i ii
Camas and Nicolai
Teams Engaged for
New Match! Sunday
Camas, Willamette Valley leag-ue
champions, and Nicolai Door, City
league thampions, will meet in a re
turn engagement on Columbia park
Sunday at 3 p. m. The first game
between these two clubs, played sev
eral weeks ago In Camas, was a bit
terly fought affair with Camas win
ning out in the ninth inning, by one
run. "Errors by both sides accounted
for most of the runs in the previous
game, but since then both clubs have
put in some strenuous practice sessions.
Nicolai Door possesses one of the
most sensational young outfielders seen
on the sand lots in years in Joe Liptick,
left fielder. The fans' no sooner get
through talking about one . of his sen
sational catches, but what he pulls a
better one. Culver and Clifford, all
star! Nicolai battery, will be seen in
action against Blair and Helmcke.
Camas had quite a scare thrown into
it in the last game and can be de
pended upon to put its full strength
into the game Sunday.
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THURSDAY'S HOME RUN HITERS
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Hornsby, St, LouU. 118 468 98 179 .882
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Bigbee. Pittsburg. 112 452 82 ;166 .367
Grimes, Chicago. . . 105 886 78 140 .863
Snyder. New York . . 76 229 25 82.363
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PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
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San Fran. 00 55 .621
Vernon. . S3 58 .580
L. Anceles 70 73 .566
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Oakland. . 65 77
Seattle 65 76
Portland. . 50 83
Salt Lake. 70 73 .480!Sacrment 57 86
NATIONAL LEAGUE '
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New Tork 71 46 .607KXncinnati. 64 68
St. Louis. .67 51 .568Brookljrn.
Chicago. . 66 53 .555Phiiada. .
Pittsburg . 64 53 .547Boaton. . .
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Wanning ton 67 63
Phis da. . . 49 68
New Tork 71 49
Detroit. .. 66 54
Cleveland, 63 50 .B 18 (Boston. . . 43 74
FIFTEEN ? ;
Liebes Wins L
JITARTIN LIEBES, youthful San
ItA FrancIsco racquet wlelders proved
to be the best player on the city park
courts when he defeated R. Kendall of
Portland in three straight sets on the
Washington park; courts Thursday
afternoon. The scores were (M,'f.-r.
6-2- liiebes displayed remarkable court
generalship and during the day brought
frequent rounds of applause from the
spectators by almost impossible shots
or by perfect placement With the vic
tory went the men's singles champion
ship of the Portland public parka for
Ed Murphy and Isadore Westerman
had their hands full in their doubles
match with Young Liebes and Henry
Neer of Portland. Although "Mike
and Ike" won the championship, it took
them five of the most hard-fought and
brilliant sets ever seen On the Wash
ington courts. Liebes and Neer. made
a poor start when they let their op
ponents take the first two sets, 6-4 and
10-8. But in what was looked upon
to be the last set they steadied down
and after starting poorly they rallied
and took the set 10-8. A 10-minute
rest was then allowed and Murphy
and Westerman returned to their task,
only to lose the. fourth set 6-3. In the
deciding set both teams played very
carefully and Murphy's head work and
Wester-man's smashes proved to be too
much for the opposition. It is believed
that this match was the best ever
played between juniors in this city.
In the finals of the junior consola
tion Al Goldblatt beat Peter Murphy
in a three-set match. 0-6, 6-3, - 7-5.
Goldblatt, after losing a love set to
Murphy, came back and took two hotly
contested sets, - thereby winning the
sixth title for Washington park.
Rex Burton lost a three-set match to
Ray Hall in the finals of the boys'
consolation. Hall won the first set
but he weakened and Burton thorough
ly outpointed him in the second set.
The final set was a hard one and Hall
had to call upon all of his skill io put
over the winning points.
A. B. McAlpin, president of the
Portland Lawn Tennis association,
presented the winners of the various
classes with Wheir trophies after the
final match of the afternoon had been
"Summary: E." Murphy and I. West
erman defeated M. Liebes and H. Neer,
6-4, 10-8, 8-10, -3-6, 6-8 ; A. Goldblatt
defeated P. Murphy, 0-6, S-3, 7-5;
M. Laebes defeated R. eKndall. 6-1, 6-1,
6-2;. R. Hall defeated R. Burton. 6-1,
The tournament was. conducted under
the direction of Theodore J. Steffen of
the Portland park bureau.
TO BUILD PADDOCKS
Medford, Aug. 25. Committeemen
Scott, Woolf and "Wig" Ashpole of
the speed trials at the Jackson county
fair reported to the fair board that
arrangement have been made for a
long string or horses from various sta
bles to compete at the fair. The board
ordered, at once the construction of
paddocks which will contain 200 feet
of stalls 12 feet deep'
28 No. Broadway . j 2lt at I j j
i- and Couch Wahmgtoni
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THE CARS ARE SELLING!!
OUR PRICES ARE WAY DOWN ! !
IP YOU-ARE EVER GOING TO OWN
A CAR, NOW IS THE TIME. TO
You Can Jlest Assured of One Thing-
COVEY MOTOR CAR COMPANY
Is Going to Keep Its USED CAR PRICES
Under Those to Be Found Elsewhere
28-30 No. Buoadway and Couch
21st at Washington .v-'-
Come to .the Place Nearest You .
Ask for Car by
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1871 1(2 Cherrolet toariog. 385
1786 lilt Chevrolet toarlsg. 285
M4 1118 Bslek tomrlsg.. 490
1S7 1U? Bedge roadster... S90
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lilt 19 IS Falge tearlag..... 490
18Se 192 Orerlasd t tonriag 415
ltW-U Maxwell tparlag... 390
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New. Motqrboat . T
To Be Contender
ACROSS the horison of motorboat
dom there looms for the first time,
in years a real contender for the Pa
cific .Coast, free-for-all title. Fred
Vogler, with his TJbats. has held the
championship . against all colors, but
they have fallen.
At the Pacific Coast sweepstakes
which are to be run orf at Columbia
beach Saturday a new boat will make
its debut to the racing world. It la
the Adcox No. 1,' owned by L. L. Ad
cex of Portland. ? .
Adcox stated yesterday, that when
he built the new boat he had in mind
only one thing, and that was to cap
ture the crown of the Pacific wa
ters. He - secured the aid of . Harry
Forsythe and Ed Barreth as mechanics
and Vic Brandt as pilot for the boat
and' placed a 200-horse power V-type
Curtis motor in the hull.. Critics Im
mediately claimed that she would
make 66 miles an hour. If this is pos
sible, there is no other boat of ths
Pacific that can equal her speed.
.Fred. Vogler had the Vogler Boy IV
taken out of the water and she has
undergone, a thorough overhauling and
will be in top condition for the big
event, .Vogler admits that the new
boat has a good chance of winning
the title, but he is leaving nothing un
done to hold the title.
With $2000 in sweepstakes hung up
for the winners, every boat will be
set to its utmost to win the title and
purse. The races will start promptly
at 3 p. m.
rne program or building interest in a
Dempsey-WiUs fight went on as per
schedule over in Newark Monday night
when the black panther badly mauled a
l$4-pound colpred brother. Buddy' Jacft
Bon, whom he knocked cold in two
rounds. - '
Cart at fist at Washlngtoa St.
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1185 ltit araxwea roadsUr.. 360
1SS.1911 Cadlllae tearlsg... 215
JIOO 117 Harmoa toariaf.. 975
111 ltit Ford eoaae...... 465
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1777 lilt Maxwell toarlag.: " 285
IMS 1I1S Oaklaad toarlag. . 315
17 It lilt Oaklaad toarlag 425
ISIS lilt Oaaland roadster. , 385
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