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.PORTLAND, OREGON, ,8DNDA.Y. .MORNING, 'SEPTEMBER' 10,. 1922.'
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Angels Grab .
Br George Berts
4f ED KIIXETEB'S Angels waded
, . JL . inrougn tne jeeaveni lor m, aouoie
ylCEry. -Saturday afternoon, copping
thef irst contest bv a count of 4 to 2
(and belg wild-thrown Itno a'.$ to 1 win
in me second aiiair.
The .Beavers Infield combination
played . like a bunch of sand-lotters
in the second game, seven errors betas
made and all but one were . wild
heaves. .r .
George, Lyons,' who opposed Ralph
Coleman on the mound in the first
same, pitched his seventh straight vic
. tory. In the seven games, he has al
lowed but four earned runs, which we
might say is some pitching. "Long"
Tom Hughes pitched unbeatable ball in
the second game, allowing Portland but
three scattered bingles, two of which
were doubles. In the pinches, Hughes
was invincible and the lone -run scored
by Portland was due. to a couple of
Kims SOT EAR5ED
George Watoerg. whose sale to the
New York Giants was announced Sat
urday, hurled five innings for the
Beavers and. had five runs scored off
hs delivery but not a single one of
them was earned.' Middleton relieved
Walberg in the sixth and one lone
- earned run of the game was scored off
the Beaver boss.
Coleman, save for one inning, pitched
nice baseball but his mates could not
wnash Lyons effectively in the pinches,
. although they had a number of chances
' to score.
Lyons' started the attack against
Coleman with a. hit through short, he
was forced at second by Spencer. Car
roll grounded out and trouble followed.
Deal singled to left, scoring Spencer
and Griggs "candied" a double, scoring
Deal. Twomb)y'i single put Griggs on
third and he scored on a wild pitch.
Not to be outdone by Lyons, Cole
man started the t ally that resulted, in
Portland's two runs by singling to
right field with two down. Wolfer
doubled to left center and scored with
Coleman on McCann's drive through
Lyons' single. Spencer's sacrifice and
Brazlll's error gave the Angel a run
in the seventh.
A WILD GAME
In one second game, errors by Mc-
Canh and Walberg gave the Angels
two runs. Three hits and three errors
in the fifth enabled the- Angels to
score three runs, and Carroll's double.
Deal's sacrifice and Griggs squeeze
bunt gave the Angels a rally in the
Portland's lone ran was scored In
the third. Walberg was safe on
Hughes' error in dropping a throw to
first. Braxill was hit by a pitched ball
and Hale was safe on McAuley's er
ror, filling the sacks. Poole smashed a
line drive back to Hughes and Wat
berg scored. It was a lucky stop for
Hughes as the ball was ticketed for a
drive to center that would have scored
two. runs. High skied to McCabe, who
was as busy as a queen bee in center
field, getting seven putouta.
GOOD CATCHES MADE
Gressett opened the fourth with, a
doable, but died on third, and Poole
doubled in the ninth but stayed on
second with his mates popped out. ,
Charley High made two great
catches, making a one-handed stab
of a drive from MoCabe's bat in the
second Inning, and in the eighth he
climbed the fence for a high one from
Lindimore's hickory. Gressett made
a one-handed catch from Griggs'' bat
in the seventh.
Manager Killefer of Los Angeles
was "P. K. d out of the game by Um
pire Byron in the second game ; for
disputing a decision on a foul ball.
A double-header will be staged this
afternoon, the first game starting at
1 :30 o clock.
First game :
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Spencer, ef .
, arroU, 4
".Pail. 8b 5
Gnea. lb ..... S
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IsQlncs 'pitched by .Colaman 8. at bat 31,
hits 8, runs 4. Credit. Tietqrrr V .
charge defeat to Colamaa. Rnna, teaponauila
for Coleman 8, Lyoaa 2. Struck oet By
Coleman 2, by Lyoaa s. Bum-mi baBa -Otl
Colaman 4. oft Lyona 1.. Wild pitch Cole
man. Stoles baa LiBdimsra. Tw baa
bdta Gricca. WolUr S. Sacrifjoa hlta Spencer-
McCan. Rasa battad In DeaL Crieaa.
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This A. M.
CAXDIDATES for the 1922 Multno
mah Amateur Athletic club foot
ball team will assemble at the club
this morning to work out under the
direction of Ted Faulk, new coach and
manager of the W,nsd "M" squad.
The last week has been a very busy
one for Coach Faulk for he has spent
most of his time getting In touch with
the players and, requesting them to be
on hand promptly at ift :3o jo'clock for
the opening outdoor . workout. After
he had looked over the list of stars he
had interviewed, Faulk anticipated a
crowd of at least 30 athletes to put in
Some of the best known former col
lege moleskin artists have signified
their intentions of wearing the cardinal
and white colors of the club this fall
and -indications are that the strong
aggregation of 1921 not only will be
duplicated but will be bettered. rMore
than a dose a new faces will tarn out
for positions. j '. I -.
; The first game is set for October 1
when the Ast6ria Football clubwill
send its delegation to Portland ajkd on
the following Saturday, the University
or. . vjregon . win i meet : Muiinomin in
the annual battle- at Eugene. Last
year Oregon administered - a starting
setback to the clubmen and It is the
firm intentions of the Portlanders to
wipe out that defeat.
Coach Dorlas and bis Gonsaga uni
versity of, Spokane eleven .will be seen
.on .Jultnomah field, October - 2 L "but
on October 28 the clubmen will be idle
because of the fact the University "of
Oregon and the University of Idaho
will meet jn. an. intercdilegiate game
on Multnomah field. The Oregon Ag
gies . are scheduled for a game with
Multnomah on the "Winged "M saw
dust on . November 4 while on Novem
ber 11 (Armistice day) the Portlanders
are figuring . on . taking.; ? Jaunt to
Pasadena. (3al.. to play the Olympic
club of San Francisco. .
A return -dash between . Multnomah
and Olympic - club win be the inaln
event - her Thanksgiving day. after
noon (November 80). .
November 18 is an open i data but
Coach-Manager Faulk it In i hopes of
bringing the College of Puget Sund
of Tacoma. Wash, here. Washington
State college s.nd O. A. C. are due to
engage in combat on Saturday, Novem
ber 25, on Multnomah field, and this
means that, the club athletes .will want
to remain Idle. - !
When Dr. 11 J. Stewart, former Ore
gon Agricultural college athletic direc
tor, was visitor here this summer
ha "expressed s desire to 4 bring his
Oerrwon college of South Carolina to
the Pacific coast for a series of games.
Ha has, lined , up a match with Occi
dental college at Los Angeles late in
December; and Manager Faulk has
written. t i him that Multnomah field
is a-vallabje for a CJemson -Multnomah
setto on Iecember 9. Terms have been
wired and an answer Is expected from
the south any day. s :
Among -the new players scheduled
to : turn out this morning are Frank
Busch. Whitman, college ; Mike Moran,
Washington State f Chttck. Rose. O. A.
C! Brick Leslie. Oregoa ; Floyd
Shields,, Oregon, and W. JL Finney.
ATmy. . J .. .
BOSS OF PORTLAND BEAVERS AND QUINTET OF
V? f-rr i ymuA w Big Star
H ; ' V; ' 1
Jtminy MWdleton, fonrtb manager
fore the local fans. Mlddleton's
the rctnm of Suds" Satherland.
dletoQ, Pitcher Sullivan and
yvuagnuaTa "iaucr, ana vernon spencer, new addition I to Angel
Major Bat Kings
Heme Rim Hitters
Ken William, Brofma, 1; total " 37.
Walker. Athletic.-1; total S3.
Meuael, Gianta.- l; total 1. ; .
Wheat. JtoMna, 2; total 18. I
Wood, Indiana. 1; total 8. ;
Rice. Sanatora, 1 ; 'total 6. . ' :
Ioll.- Brana, 1 ; total . , -Myera.
Bobina, 1; total S. 4
-.--Heme Run taesaii
Ken WUliania, Browna, 8T,
Hornaby. Carda, 85. : j
Walker Athletioa. 83. ' '
Roth. Tanka, 2u.- ... . -
Cy Williama, Philnas. S3.
Heilmaa. Tiaern. 21.
MiBor. Athlatiea. 18.
Meoaal. Gianta, -1. "
Wheat, Bobina. 13.', , .' ,
Win Polo Titleby
Great; Team Work
3rumson. N. Sept.- . -U.-P.V
The Argentine Jnvaders won the open
Bolo cbampionahip of America at the
Branson Country club today, scoring
a victory ever me crack jvieadowbrook
f our. ''; ' - . ' is
- Th famed Xong Islanders, favorites
for -the American title, were smothered
under a 14 to .7 ecore.. .
At, the' conclusion of the match tbe
Argentinians were -presented with- the
great bowl, .emblematic of the Ameri
can championship and silver cups for
each, member of the team. - -
The Argentinians won. because of the
almost perfect teamwork.
- : ckiQn xjETAnrs title
Paris.; Sept. . Eugene Criqui. Eu
ropean featherweight champion, re
tained bis title In a 20-roand bout with
Arthur Wyps of Belgium tonighc 4 i
of Oie Portland dnb this season, Is
efforts are beioc aided !bv the addition. of Snliivan Vni
Readlnsr from the leftL aw; Ahnrfw-PiiKhVFT.Mon,, i.1,..um.
Pitcher Coleman, who is hurling high
' W -
Frolimaii, Steffen .
, . . - t fi
Are Defeated in
UKVEKAIi matches of. th annual
ay city tennis ; championship .tourna
ment scneduled for i Saturday after
noon' were postponed by request and
tu players were grfen permission to
stag's their contests today by appoint
meat. : ; '' X -
Milt FTohman, after eliminating his
DTotner, -nans.-, met H. s.; Gray, Sat
urday, in the men's singles and Milt
was forced to one side, -0J 6-L Rog
ers Mac Veagh took two straight sets
from Ted Steffen, although at times
the Reed college wonder flashed bril
liantly and forced MacVeagh to extend-
himself to the extreme.
After: being defeated by i MacVeagh,
Steffen -paired with Miss Helen Hald
and" together they defeated' Mona Mc
Lean and Johnny Faust lb two love
sets In the mixed doubles. '
. Following .are the results of Satur
day's play : -
Men's singles EE. S. Gray . defeated
M. C Frohman, -0, 8-1 ; Rogers Mac
Veagh defeated. Ted Steffen, 6-J. -3;
catun wouara 'defeated Ferd Smith.
8-7. -. - , .
Women's singles Miss Helen -Hald
defeated Mies Ann Toweyj -2. v
Men s roubles Bob Kendall and M.
Frohman defeated Will Givlcr and
Henry JCeer; t-J,' -3 Rogers Mac
Veagh - and Catlin Wolfard defeated
Percy Lewis and Olln Lewis, 6-2. s-z.
jr Women's - doubles Irene Campbell
and Helen Hald defeated Camill Bur
ton and . Betty. Hatch. -2J -3 ; Mrs.
Clark and Mrs. Mayq won from Su
sanna Piatt, and. Mary Piatt , by de
fault, t . i . -
Mixed fiouDles Ann Towey and H. i
getting away nicely io Ma start be
- - amWhrwuf MWHUBvt &g.U
Below Clyde Beck,
Star Hurls Two
Erie, Pa, Sept. Harvey Wela
be Inter, who has bees tamed dowa
as a pitcher by several f the local
eity leagse teams this season, has
established a pltehlsg record which
bids f sir to stasd forever. Beeeat
ly Welshelmer went to BIpley, jr.
T, U wort the monad agalast
Sherman In the Chataaaa eoeaty
ehamploacafp aerie. He let Sher
asaa down wlthoat a - alt or ran.
Only. Z8 men went to bat, one f
them getting as, far as flsst on a
walk. . ' The followlag day he re.
tarsed to the moBDd, this time for
Fladley Lake. He pitched his see
oad ao-kit, . no-raa eonteat. oaJy
t men going to bat, two as the
result of walls.
OLYMPIC JELEVES IS WrjrXEB.
: San I Francisco,' Sept. 3. Jimmy
Brad aha w, captain of the Nevada foot
ball team last year, was the outstand
ing stay of the 20 to S victory scored
by 'the Olympic dub football' team In
the opening game of the season with
the tli S. 8. New: Tork eleven. Brad'
shaw made three successful forward
passes. ; ' . v " -
S. ' Gray defeated - Irene Campbell and
Olin Lewis, - S-a. -7-5 ; A- B. McAIpln
and Mrs. ' Irwin': defeated Cathleen
Bristow and Robert Goodwin, t-3. 4-6.
8-2 : Helen Hald and Ted Steffen de
feated Mona McLean and John Faust,
f-0. 8-0: Jane -Cochran, and Robert
Hooga defeated Camllle' Burton and
Richard Hoogs, 5-7.--L f i '
Joie Ray Is
(By Tnirersal Serrica)
ATEWARK, N.. J., Sept. 9. Josie Ray,
X v, long the star dlstancer of the 111!
nois A. C, wrote his name large in
A. A. C. championship competition to
day here, at Weequahic park, by win
ning the mile honors for 'the seventh
time, for the sixth consecutive year,
As he sped over the finishing mark he
looked back over his shoulder and saw
Jimmy Connolly of the Boston A. A.
second,-10 yards behind ; then much
further back, R. -Wharton of the
Chicago A. A., and still further in the
ruck, Ray Watson of the Kansas City
The lfttle speedster had run his field
dizzy in .covering the mile in 4 :17.1
remarkably fast time on a track in
poor condition. ; In so doing, ' he at
once laughed at those who had - been
saying he was going back and run
into the ground the man who waa
the cause of much talk. This runner,
Watson, had beaten Ray in three out
of four races since they first met last
April, but today the Illinois star
mad a crowd : of 40.000 wonder how
he had ever accomplished ' the -.feat.
Finally, Ray cast into the shadows
the record of George Orton, former
mile star, who until today waa .tied
with Ray with six victories for the
event NO other miier ever ran with
such consistency in the long annals of
THREE RECORDS MADE
Ray went Into the lead in the second
quarter, running a smooth, not to be
denied race, and was never beaded
again. Connolly cams like a locomo
tive under full steam in the last 00
yards from the rear position -.aod
passed all competitors but the v-pr.
The honors of team vchampionshlbs
for senior honors. Ilk In the Junior
title hunts yesterdays went to the New
York A. C. V Jts galaxy of athletes
piled up 43 points. The Illinois A. C.
was second with 38. Other clubs were
far outdone. The Boston A. A. scored
17 points to be third and the Chicago
A. A. 16 points for the fourth berth.
These records were erased during
the spirited competition i , . -, .
William Plant, wonder walker of
the Morningaida A. C jew Tork,
clipped a tenth of a second . from the
three mile walk record.' covering the
distance in 21:55 1-10; George Gold
ing, th. famous Canadian, set - the
previous mark in 1917. Flint Hanner
of the Los Angeles' A. C. reached a new
distance in the Javelin throw,, casting
it 193 feet 24 inches, whereas the old
mark was 192 .feet 104 inches. The
running high jump record was Jointly
surpassed by IX V. Alberts of th Chi-
eago 'A. A. and Harold Osborne of the
Illinois A. C Both cleared feet BVb
inches,; but 'neither could outdo the
Bob McAllister. : New Tork "flying
cop," winner of the century dash
Junior title Friday, repeated. tcfthe sur
prise of the throng in the senior event
today. He covered the 100 yards In 10
seconds flat, r At Leooney, the Meadow
brook flyer, and favorite, was second,
a foot in th rear at the tape. Eddla
FarreU of th New Tork A Ct was
third, a few inches behind Leconey.
KEGBO IS REPEATER 4 '
Dehart ' Hubbard, tbe r lusty Cincin
nati negro, winner of the-Junior, run
nlnfT' broad jump on . Friday, repeated
in the senior even today .with- a leap
of 24 feet Stt inches. He outdid H. B.
Butler of Nawv: Tork.-rholder f , th
Ceachtded a Pace Two, Coin inn Tire)
St. Louis, ; M0., Sept. 3.-KU. P.
ICen Williams hit bis 7th home run of
the year" In' the second Inning of the
Detroit-SL Louis gam here today.
Slsler was on base and Pillett was
'. Boston.- Mass.. Septl 9. L N. S.)
"TlUyV Walker, outfielder for the Ath
letics, ran his home run record for the
season up to 35 this afternoon when,
he crashed out a homer In the seventh
Inning of the gam with the Red Sox.
Qulnn was pitching at the Urn.
V . :natjoitai. t
AT PHILADELPHIA R. H.
Kaw Terk .......010 000 02 8 T 2
Pblladalphia ......000 00O 101 2 8 1
Battarlaa McQuillan and Onyaari Bins aba
Hanfina.-' :' - .... .
At Pittabttra (Tint Gama) - " B. H. B.
CKlcaao .........001 000 0804 10 0
Pittaburv ........ 201 108 00 7 14
Batta riaa Alatandar. Choerea, 'anas and
O'FarraU; Glaanar and SehaUdU
At Ptttaboi Second amir-v 1 B. H. X.
Ohleaso .000 200 000 0 7 11 0
Httabura- . ... .001 101 180 1 8 18
Batteries Osbome, Kaoffman and Wirta,
OTarrell; Brown. Mama. XeUowfcocaav Baau
ton end Uooco.
At Biooklys (II infunsa) : It. H. E
Boaton.. ... 001 010 800 000 18 2
Brooklm 00 210 020 001- 11
Battarioa Miller tnd O Naill; Grime and
At Cincinnati . - B. tt R
St. Louia ...... 800 001 803 12 1
110- 001 304, 1 1 3
Battariaa SalL Horth. Sherdell and Aln-
amith; Kack. ataxaie. 1ah ana wino. -
At Bt Lonia R. H. E.
Detroit ....... 0M 000 000 0 8
Rt Lraia ...... 820 210 42 14 20
Battariaa-r-PillBtU. Holllna. Moor and
Woodhall; Manion. Van Gudar and CoHina.
At Boatoa Flnt same: ' - R. H. K.
Philadelphia . . .. 0IO 001 O01 5 7
Boaton ........ 000 000 001 1
Battariao Osden and Petkina; Pannook
Fiareey and-Cnaplin. -
AT BOSTON (Seoond Game) B. K. K.
Philadelphia .i...00O 010 100 3 7 I
Boaton . . 0 010 002 8 8 0
Battariaa Rommell sad Perkins; Quins,
rerzuaoa and SuaL
At New Tork (10 inninaa) . ' , R. R. K.
Washington ..,100 000 10O 0 2 8
K Vork .t. ..010 lOO 000 1 8 10
BaUrioe atberide and Ghanity; Jatwa aad
At CWoaso: - - B. H. X-
ClaTCland....... 011 000 OOl S 8
rhi r. . . . 101 OOO 000 2 8
Battarioa Edvarda, Vhla and Savall
Llankenahip and Yarayan. "
At -Uolunibua: 1 :
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teniavaie. . . 10 SlColnmbaa. . . . 4 10 1
Debarry and Brottam; Ulaaaoa aad Hartlaj.
At BV Paul: v i
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kUwaakee. .. 2 10 28t Panl... .t S
Uearin and aU; UaU Sad Uooaaiaa. . ,
At Minneanolia: -
ruu CAtw- Bit 1 M!nnaanoMa . . 8 15
Wuztnaon. Damon and ahanaolt: TiasUna,
sesauer ana saayat ;, ;-..
At Toiada: .:.-,.-'.,. . .r
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IndlananoBs. 2 . H II Toledo. ...... 14
V Beib. Caret and Eruesar; lleCollonsh aad
. At. Omaha l . ...
K. HB. R.H. B.
Denver 2 7 4 1 Omaha. . .... a
Batteries Groaa , and Parker; DaUey and
At Bionx City! . . '
. H.H. El .R.H.E
Dea Uolaaa. . 18 SlSioux Olfcr. . . 2 5
Batteries Iters and - Banner Taar aad
at Oklahoma City:
K. M. E.I R.H. E.
Bt. Jeaepb... 1' 2Okla.-Oity7. : T 4
Battariea G rarer and Urabowakl; MoBae,
Fayna and White.
At Tulsa- " -
R. H. Ef R.H.E.
Wmblta . . . .10 1 OITutaa ... . . .16 1
Batteriee BeUan, Atkina and Raleyi. Blaek,
Hanshlend and. Croaby. .
Logan Blades Is
Portland Star in
'Cops' Track Meet
OEATTLE, Wash., ' Sept 9. Seattle
tD coppers carried off the honors in
the international-police athletic meet,
held here this afternoon, scoring 62
points, 20 more than their nearest op
ponents, the Vancouver - policemen,
Portland, with 27 points, finished third.
followed.- by - Victoria with 14 points
and Tacoma with three.
Logan Blades, the star Portland en
try, won three first places, leading the
rieia in tne 440-yara dash, 220-yard
dash ' for . police and the high -Jump,
making him. third high point man of
the meet. Ross Watson of Seattle car'
rled off the individual honors, with
19 points, arid Cameron of Vancouver
was second,; but on .point behind. : -
' Portland won th pistol shoot for
the titles cup by. breaking what Is
thought to be the world's record. -
Police events follow: --
100 yards. Dollce in uniform Galla-
nerr joruana, xirst; sanaeu, eeacue,
second ; McDonald, Vancouver, third.
Time '11 8-B.. ' -v : - --A-
880-yard run-McBeth. v Vancouvert
firsts SandeH. Seattle, second; Ward,
Vancouver, third. Time 2 US 4-5. .
' Broad' Jump Watson. Seattle, first,
21 feet 4 inches : Grey. Tacoma, second.
18 feet, 11 inches; Gallaher, Portland,
inira, is xeet, . incnes. -- - ,.-.
50 yarda for -wives of police Mrs.
C. V. Peterson, Seattle, first; Mrs. H.
H. Sebenich. Seattle, second : Mrs. M.
A. - Combs, Seattle, third Time. 7 2-6.
100 yaros, police hanoicap Watson.
Seattle, first: J. Smith. Victoria, sec
ond ; , M. Gallagher. Portland,: third.
Time, 10 2-$. - j ' - - -
Bhot-putV' ls-potina, ror police Cam
eron, Vancouver, first. 42 . feet 2
irwih.. Watuirv fi,HU' tM.Mil ' 9A
feet 11 Inches ; GI1L Vancouver, third,
38 feet 1 inch. - t -
10 yards, police sergeants and llea
tenants J. J. Crawford. Seattle, first i
O. Lv Norton. Seattle, second : R. L.
Schad, Portland, third. -Time. 12 1-5.:.
Police chiefs, 7b-yard dash Saanich,
Vancouyer. first ; 6everyns. Seattle,
second ; Winn, Chehalta, third. Time.
10 4-b. ,
r 100-yard - dash for - detectives J.
Smith.-Victoria, first: J. Ward. Van.
couver. second : H. W. WrixhL Port
land, third. Tim, 111-8.
- High jump Legan Blades, Portland,
first; Watson, Seattle, second; Las
ley, Portland, third. Height, 6 feet Z
220-yard dash Logart Blades. Port
land,' first ; - Watson, Seattle, second ;
Gallaher. Portland, . third. Time.
24 2-5. " . .
Hammerthrow Con Walsh; Seattle,
first. 142 feet, 10 mches t J- Cameron,
Vancouver, second. -.142 feet, 7 inches;
J. GiU, Vancouver, third, 125 feet ; 7
100 Yard Dash for Police 220 Pounds
and Over Dan Twohig, Seattle, first ;
George 3. Foster. Victoria, second : Gill.
Vancouver, third.; Time, 12 Eat. - v
440 Yard Dash Logan Blades, 'Port
land, first ; J. Smith. Victoria, seoond ;
baaaeu, beatue, uura. Time, 7-&.
Winner O ver
. -- - '..a (By TJstraraal Serrtea)
BROOKLINE - Mass., Sept. . 9. De
termined . youth pitted against a
veteran master triumphed today when
Jess Sweetser of New Tork defeated
Charles (Chick) Evans Jr. t and 2 in
th 36 holes final over the' Brookllne
Country club and ; by that token be
came - amateur- golf champion of the
U. S. ;:-. . - -
Th new champion had played bril
liant golf in every one of his matches
of tournament. On Tuesday - be- de
feated H. E. Kenworthy 10 and 9 and
his .victories over Hunter. 11 and 8.
Jess Guilford. 4 and 3, Bobby Jones
S and 7, and Chick Evans on successive
days followed In amazing array.
TAKES XE AD AT 6TABJT
Sweetser who; started his smashing
course towards the American cham
course with the winning of the Me
tropolitan ensmptonship at Lake wood,
N. J. in June took the lead of today's
match at the first hole in the morning,
and retained It- until the end. Evans
in th afternoon stArted to .improve in.
finding the range of the hole, but his
opponent cam back with something
still better. Sweetser displayed a calm,
calculated manner, never letting down
during th matcnes. as was typical
throughout the tournament. .,-
Steadily plugging along and hold
ing Evans' back,, Sweetser's game was
4 up at th Is hoi in the morning.
The gallery Increased In bounds as
tbe afternoon round progressed for the
spectacle between the seasoned cham
pion and th young Prlncteooian, new
to the. ways of national champion
final matches. . .
At the first nolo of , th second ses
sion Evans played two perfect woods
right off the cap i and was not more
than 15 feet from th t hole while
Sweetser then - drove into the rough
and needed three to get twenty feet
from the hole, but be sank the putt
to- halve the nolo . in four. The Chi
cagoan took the" third when a chip
shot by Sweetser; took a nasty roll
and . ho could -not bole a four. Then
they halved a hole. . The cards :
. Mornlnf Reundi '
0TTT - . -
Erana B4 845 4S4 40
Sweetser ....... 445 445 645 S3
. ETan . ..,.-.V.r 48S 24887 7?
BweeUer 4S8 444 545 88 74,
s Afternoon' Round: .
0TTT 1 -! ? ', '.
' Kvana - ; . ,-444 464 844 8
Sweetser ....... 405.444 443 3
IN ! .
Erana .-i 45 844 43 :
fiwaetxer 48 884, 68
EVAKS MISSES PUTT
Excitement of the gallery was at
highest at the 13th hole, 880 yard par
4.s- Th players drove down the middle
and ' Kvana hit an iron five foot from
th pin, but Sweetser bettered it with
on four 'feet from th cup. Both
shots received loud applause from the
crowd. , Evans then missed his putt,
Sweetzer hoied his to- win the hole.
Sweetzer was 3. Evans 4,. with the for-"
mer not four up. -' -.(.'
Evans then took the 15th hole, be
coming dormie 35 by hitting two mas
terly. Irons to th green and taking
two putts. Sweetzer was thus S up.
At the 16th bole, 130 yards par 3.
both men put mashies on the green
with Evana inside and not more than
12 feet from J the cup. Sweetzer - ran
his second dead to th pin, : while
"Chick"' missed his putt for a win and
conceded a half inch, giving Sweetzer
the match 3 and 2. -
Opening Round of
Percy W. Lewis Cup
Play Is Wednesday
The ; fourth annual competition for
the Percy W. Lewis trophy will be
held on the Irvington club tennis
courts starting Wednesday afternoon.
P. E. Harrigan, director of the Port
land Public High School league tennis
tournament each year. Is In charge of
rthe coming gathering, which is limited
to boys who had - not reached their
15th birthday on March 1, 1922.
Richard - Hoggs, last year's winner
of ' the trophy, ie not eligible for thia
season's play and as a - result a new
champion will be crowned. The tour
ney la held each year in order to pro
mote 'tennis among the younger boys,
and each affair brings out more en
tries. ' j - !,.:,.,
Entry blanks are posted in the Mult
nomah Amateur f Athletlo . club ; and
Irvington club and alt must be in the
hands of Professor Harrlean not later
than 6 o'clock Tuesday night, at which
time the drawings and schedule will
be made.' ' Entries may be made direct
to the . professor . by calling him at
East 7289. -
"Doc" Williams' Boy
To Tryout at Penn.
Jack Williams, a. 235 pound tackle.
is a candidate for Penn's football
eleven. ; Williams is the son of Ir.
Harry Williams, famous coach of the
University of Minnesota, inventor ot
th ''Minnesota Shlft'and for 25 years
an outstanding figure in the gridiron
game.:- ...-'.. . . v -.Vl ; ''
75 Yard Dash' for Carrtalns and In
spectors J. J. Haagr, Seattle, first ; In
spector' J., H. Jewitt, Vancouver, sec
ond : Harry. C. Circle, Portland, third.
Time, 5 2-5. - : - . . r
Tug or war Vancouver beat Fort
land : Seattle beat . Tacoma; Seattle
beat Victoria. Finals Vancouver bea t
Seattle- two out of three. -
28 ' Pound one : hand Throw K. l.
Cameron, Vaficouver, - 69 feet, lO
inches; R. ; Gill, Vancouver. 7 feet 3
inches i : Walsh. Seattle, i 66 feet 10'4
65 Pound Welffht Cameron. Vancou
ver, first, 32 feet 4 Inches; Walsh, Se
attle, second; 32 feet, 2 inches; Gill,
Vancouver, third. 29 feet 8 inches.
28 Pound Weieht , Novice Throw-
Dan Twohig, Seattle, first 48 feet 8
incnes; L. L. Monroe, fcseatue, eecona,
4 feet 5 Inches : O. K. Hoi ben. Seattle.
third, 41' feet. 10 inches.
- 880 Yard Relay for Police Vancou
ver beat Seattle. Time, 1 :48.