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Directors Check Up on
" " All Contests .
Owing to n error In the
standings just discovere-cl by the
league management the edrreet
ed percentage column; will be
published Sunday morning. The
revised list of standings will in
clude postponed game "already
played off, as well ja&all for-'
felted and protested games.
By BOB BISHOP
The K of C nine won a useless
game from the Grotto in the Twi
light league last night by a 4-3
score. Useless because the' game
was under avoidable protesY.be
fore play was begun.
It was ' ruled at a meeting
Thursday - noon that .all: teams
must turn. in the names of their
players for the remaining con
tests. TThe K of C played L.
Greene oa first base without turn
ing in. his name, according to the
. .uiaui.ev.iuvu, uu I
Groto 3jasuseclr tgajne uDril
be upheld. Thrai iia&H Already
been too much laxity lu-,overloK
ing the. riBnjng-.ln of unlisted
playert w.ith 'the ,raife tqf the
championship- Dtrrowina dawn it
is certain that' the, directors Will
become more strict in enforcement
of the rule. - ;.'' '
The Aiot-gieisi eight scored all
of their runs in the second On two
hits, two walks andr two errors.
L. Greene reached first. Oh a boot
by third base. Heenan. and J.
Greene walked filling . the bases
with none away. Towner went
out. short to first, and.L. Greene
scored. The centerf ielder dropped
Barr's fly ball and Heenan crossed.
J. Greene registered, on Suing's
double -to the left garden. The
pitcher caught Suing asleep off
third -base and following a-single
by Patterson, Varley grounded out
to first. - ...
Nearly tying -the" score In the
next Inning the Grotto, registered
three times. Jenkins, tip first,
single Pajilsbk. -ent . o'u at
first. ' Acton walked and two scor
ed on a double to- right field by 4
Adolpff," who also" scored on Wil-
kersoni'a two bagger,, to center,
ending the bell ringing for the
Neither side was able to cross
for the rest of .the game,, only bU
more -Grotto: players batting in
the remaining two frames.
K of C V".. GROTTO
Varlex'ab . .
. .Paulson 3 b-rf
i .Acton lb
De Jardin 2b. . . . .Addlph 2b.
L. Gre'enV lbf. , . v. -Wllkerson m
Heenan p White If
J. Greene m .Ellis p-3b
Towner c . . . Brown ss
Barr rf Watkins c
Suing If Rlckman rf
Rm for Jenkins in third.
Unfpltes Leo "Frisco" Ed
wardsvChet Laird. .;
DELANEY WINS DECISION
IN TERRIFIC TITLE BOUT
( Continued frinr 1)
ture f; aVtssHenlstbbxing;
c.utgii.vrjli.w'ar:" utipnting the
champ:'. in aj nrnrly e .erj: t urn ,
Doed ly , Berlenbach imshed dn,
occavionatly fipkMg;', ns'v dcjadlr
U ft to"&t&tJtod&jmi conneetiag
with 'belanejr'.s ''hev-
inauensKr uiwujs ncwucu imoici
;f the iMtnatfeni c6blin';!hlsa-de-f-msive
wlh each hond. iU cr.J'"' -"'
B?flenbach absorbed . terrific
pnniju-nr.t-.ln " those 1 closlug
rounds but he did it courageously.
Sensing that the title "was slip
ping 4rom his grasp, PaQl gamely
charred his foe. plunging in more
fiercely as he was sti"--
blows uo the head. It took all
of Dekinty's agility to teep out
of the way of ;the cha.mpion's
blows, but he avjolded- or parried
them. 'Blood streamed from a bad
'it over Berlenbach's left eye in
the last four rounds, seeming al
most to blind the champion at
times, Dut he never halted his ef
fotts t.uxht back.
Round 1,. The champion catne
out of Jxis corner with a rosh. De
laney danced around and jabbed
weakly,, e Paul landed -the first
blow, 'a? right to -th body. De
laney brushed two jabs" past Ber
lenbach's nose. TheZchallengef
jabbed Jo the face ; with his left
and crossed with his Btlff ' right
but Berlenbach aldestipped' aiid
the blow glanced off his chin. Ber
lenbach. sUbhed at Delaney's ribs
with his right but the challenger
stopped' him with ft right to the
body. " Paul bounced one of his
lefts to. Delaney's shoulde'r." Ber
lenbach sent Delaney back on his
heels with a left to. the head. The
bell prevented a follow.
Round -2, -They waltzed around
looking for an opening. Delaney
stung Berlenbach with a slow left
to the head, then tied the cham
pion in ft clinch. The haUenger
ripped hta : left " to -Berlenbach's
body and Paul coTered-" up. ; De
laney' arorve hlstleffp to the;' ribs
and then followed .with y second
bodyblW ftn4 the referee warped
htm"tpr hinting low. Berlenbach
TralkwWuio a lef 1 16 ""tfie" teaa and
Fat? of Giant and Yankee Teams
fyl ay Rest Upon These Twd Players
- P s I .
-JM&J P fH
0 u& i.Ar'j
Giant adherents feel that upon
the success of Travi
young shortstop .and" 'mainspring'
of the team, in -avoldjng-iHjury
may rest the fate of the Giants in
then took another 16 the same
spot. Delahey. "ng his right
hand for. the ' first time; .almost
floored Paul with a driving punch
to the head. Jhey were sparring
at the bell.
Round 3. They both came up
cautiously. Delaney planted a left
to the jaw and Berlenbach drove
to the body with his right. The
challenger turned Berlenbach half
arbund with a stinging right to
the face. Berlenbach walked into
a right to the body and ripped
away at Delaney's ribs with his
left hand. Berlenbach stung De
laney with a left to the face and
blood showed on the challenger's
mouth. A vicious right uppercut
caught Berlenbach open and - his
head went back with a jerk. They
were walking when the bell rang.
Round 4. Delaney staggered
Berlenbaeh with a stinging left to
the head. The challenger beat
Berlenbach about the head and
ribs af cT6serange.- ' Berlenbach
drove Delaney to the roped but the
chalienser. clinched suddenlyv De-
laney punched bpenly a Berlen-!
bach's head and body in a furious,
exchange of blows and the cham-
pion drove him to a f rantic'clinch.
A litjhtning right uppercut caught
Paul flush on the chin. Another
right to the body lAhded on the
champion with a resounding,
smack. They exchanged lefts and
rights to the head just before the
bell rang I
t.,h' rwio uMf ,!
u .v.. .....i
cudiupiuu iu a 1 1& lit iu iuc uuuj
In attempting to clinch Berlen
bach slipped, dropping to one
knee, but he was up immediately
where Delaney met him with a
right uppercut.' Berlenbach
ripped his left to Delaney's body,
but the challenger came right
back with a right uppercut. Ber
lenbach landed three lefts to the
bead and took a right to the body.
v-t-i. . r ; j i L . l A A '
ueianey.-imft.eu. BUUreome back for xndreV - Another
Berleubaen pusnea nm unmer-
cifully about- 4he body. Just-- be
fore the bell Delaney stag'geTed
the champion with' one of hisifam-L
6ns Tight hand .punches,
Round 6. Deraney opened up
with a vicious right which all but
.floored Berlenbach. The cbam-i
pion Clinched and scored to,, the
body twice. Two driving upper
cuts bounced off Berlenbach's
jaw. Another uppercut caught
Berlenbach coming in but he
danced out of danger of Delaney's
follow. The champion staggered
Delaney with a left to the head
but Delaney slowed Berlenbach
with a short right to the head. The
champion was playing to the body
with his damaging left.
Round 7. Berlenbach blocked
Delaney's left with his glove and
bounced his left off the challeng
er's chin. The champion sent the
challenger back with a stabbing
left to -the chin but he did not fol-
low up. Berlenbach staggered Der
.laney--with his left to tne-cnm
again. but he trick 9 vicious right
to the body. Delaney ripped over
his, right1 uppercut and the cham
pion clinched. Another left, to the
head brought blood from De
laney's nose but he appeared, un
hurt. The bell rang jfist aS De
laney drove a rightto the bead.
Round 8. Both blocked , right
leads. Then Delaney 'got hy
Paul's guard to slip.;a idamaging
right to the titular) chin. Wth
one arm locked, Be'rlenbach pep
pered away at Delaney's ribs with
his Jeft. ' The, champlqn "caflght
Delaney in a corner- aiad drove
both hands to the head land body.
The challenger appeared to be
weakening under" the strain of
Berlenbach's extra poundage as
Berlenbach's left --brought , fresh
blood from, Delaney's ppse and
mouth. Berlenbaah vtobk a' right
to. the chin comUInj I
; ; Round 9'. Delaney missing , a
sweeping ' right- uppercut then
clinched. They both thumped,
the Nat lotto 1 ieagaei-'raei The
Yanks, meanwhile must struggle
along a month without the.;serv
i'ces of Bobv Meedei; hefty slugger
and outfielder. 1
slipped Inside stopping- one of
Paul's rushes and dropped to one
knee but came right up. The
champion appeared strong as ever
as he ripped his left to Delaney's
unprotected body. They clinched
and wrestled more frequently as
Delaney appeared to be tiring. De
laney drove a glancing right to
Berlenbach's chin but the cham
pion countered with his famous
left to the head which hurt the
challenger. They were clinched
at the bell.
Round 10. Blood was stream
ing out of Delaney's nose as he
came up for the round and the
champion rushed him all over the
ring with both gloves to the head
and body; Berlenbach took, De
laney's right to the glove but
could not stop a left to the jaw.
They traded rights to the head.
The challenger was backing up at
every charge. With a desperate
leap Delaney feinted with hisvfeft
and drove his right to Paul's Chin
but the effort was tiring ana ne
took a steady rain to the body
backing up. They were fighting
hard at the bell.
Round 11. The challenger
looked haggard as he came fup.
They swapped weak lefts ta- the
"body- Delaney tapped Berlenbach
lightly with his right but took the
full steam of Berlenbach's left to
the ribs. Berlenbach bounced a
right to Delaney's nose, but took
a stiff right to the jaw. The cham-
Pn was taking all his challenger
could shoot without
Berlenbach tapped Delaney's nose
again but almost crumpled up un
der Delaney's countering right to
the body as the bell rang.
Round 12. Two of Delaney's
rights went wild before he drove
his weakening right to Paul's chin.
A stinging right uppercut hurt
Berlenbach and the crowd yelled
to the challenger to follow up but
was 'content to let Berlenbach
- head,fhlioed by a
glancing lef f stunaed,. the .coatn-
pion and Berlenbach held on- Twd
rights to the head ordughVp falV.
Trickle of blooJrom Rerlanbaco'8
left eye. A wridf right tad left
uppercut bofhijfxftwfti .t5ieir0a.fls
to Ue..cbMnpion.rs chip, van4 : the
(crowd went wild-, but; the--bell
halted Deraney's. gruelling attftck.
Round 13. The challenger
came up with renewed strength.
He pumped his left to Berlen
bach's body and then shot over a
right to the chin and the cham
pion grasped for the body. Ber
lenbach appeared to be tiring un
der another left to the body forced
him to clinch. Berlenbach reeled
under the power of Delaney's trip
hammer right to the jaw but In
desperation he drove lefts to the
ribs and head. A left to the head
staggered the champion. Then
Delaney turned him around with
a - crushing right. The. . crowd.
yeiied frantically to the challeng
er-but the bell stopped the-round.-
Round 14. Delaney continued
i t 1 T"h
a it f X I The Hf ianony G.414
lead on the glove, then drove af. tri
lightning right to the jaw. A Jeft
j-uppercut almost floored the cham-
piop and he grabbed the ropes to
savehimself from going down. It
was - a thrilling rally and the spec
eatoTs'cheered the effort At -close
quarters. Ifelaney alipped' overi a
sbftrt right and the blood trickled
dowai Berlenbach's face from his
cufcleft eye. The champion was
short with his left and Delaney
planted a well timed right npper
cuton the Jaw. Delaney sent over
another underhand to the body as
the bell sounded.
' Round 15.: They shook hands.
The crowd cheered the challenger
as he slapped to the face with his
left. Berlenbach stung Delaney
with .ft -right r to -the'ihead and
dropped his; left to the body. . De
Hseij missed alight ai but, a.
peeondjanded on .Pad's open Jaw-.;
Pau sent-a -wa lrlef t to th hiur
PHIIllWIWR:i PIRATFSM FROM I , 1
Athletics Are Farther Ahead
by Taking Doubleheader;
New York Wins
Athletics 3-5 j St. Louis 2-4
PHILADELPHIA, jjJuly 16.
By Asspclated Press. ) The Phila
delphia Athletics crept a little clos
er to the league leading New York
Yankees today by , winning two
games from the' St. Lbuis Browns
3 to 2 and 5 to 4.
Score 1st- game:
R. H, E.
2 6 2
3 7 0
Ballou and Schang; Ehmke and
Score -2nd game:
St. Louis L
10 ' 1
a is v
grave; Rommel and Cochrane.
New York 4; Detroit S 1 .
NEW YORK, July 16. The
Yanks came from behind in the
ninth and scored three runs to de
feat Detroit in the' ser!es; final by
4 to 3.' ":,. . '
Score -- -' " R. 'H. E
Detroit vv..,,, , . : ! 3.
New York .:......-..: It 51
Johns', Stbrier, Cootpei, "HoBo-.
way and Ma-nion;: Beall, S'hawkey,
Braxton and Bengdah1, .Cpllftis.
Cleveland A; .Senators 6
.WASHINGTON, July 16. Lev
sen outpitched "Walter Johnson
today and Cleveland defeated
Washington 8 to 0 in the series
Score R. H. E.
Cleveland j. . 8 15 1
Washington j. . 0 8 2
Ievsen and J. Seweill; Johnson,
Palmero, Ogden and Ruell.
LATZO DEFEATS ELSOX
STEUEENVILLE, Ohio, July 16
(By A. P.) Pete Lat?o, welter
weight king, scored i a technical
knockout over Ted Nelson, ,Ri,ch'
mond, Va,, challenger, in the
fourth round of a scheduled 12r
round fight before 5,000 fans at
the north end baseball park here
tonight. Nelson's seconds tossed
in the sponge to save their fighter
further punishment. L s
"LIGHTNIN' " PRAISED,"
SUNDAY HERE TONIGHT
(CJorftjnoed from ; page i.) .
r her line, also has many spots
v hich are quite pathetic.' and the
fetors succeeded in' making these
parts very .convincing. -
The same playerb -presented
,?Bip Van Winkje" Up the after
noon, the play being; adapted fronr
Washington Irving's j well kndiffl
tory. The quaint, characters of
Rip and his shrewish wife were
realistically portrayed by Herbert
Sprague and Floy Mahan Sprague.
Persons vho took! tiie principal
parts in "Llghtnin; 'f were Her
bert Spragua as "Ligbtnin " him
self; James O'Brien as John Mar
vin ; Bess Mahan as Mildred
Buckley; A. H. Maybjerry" as Ray
moud Tliomas; MabtV-! Eehroeder
as Mrs. Bill Jones; i William Nai
ler as Judge LemuaJ -Townsend, 1
r.nd Floy Mahatr Spf4gafe Mar
garet Ddvrs". The scenes, are .laid
inNe'f ada' and in ! thlltvada'Jio
tel, on-the Calif orntaJfeya'da state
1 . . 3. - r .K-"1' - ' ' -
J Thfe' largest erwoW the week
was iVfcni,t,t itfftf&ftwi&fyi
ia? t ' evjniprg;-nt ii irte,ha larger
one is cgtftecO.16 nfeViBl"itf
day. tl? fanious . evh.ngelistj to
night. ti l I jifti w-Ai
Mr. Sunday -tor i i unknown;
but those whd . have. , hard ,Iiim J
speak before say that -the. topic
makes little difference, his talk is
certain to be of rii4cn interest.
Mr. Sunday has lectureM.and ad
dressed religions gatherings all
over the United Stales and iias
never failed to drawj huge crowds.
On the occasions when he' speaks
in Portland the stands are always
tilled to overflowing j long before
the time arrives.
This afternoon's j program will
beve the Harmony Girls as enter
tainers. They are ! a quartet of
girls who have had; much expert
ence on Chautauqua
circuits. They preset:
t a program
of 'costume songs and music said
tr- be unexcelled
any of its
poarUig in the afterhdon, will pre
sent a brief prelude tlo Billy Sun
day's address Ta the) evening. It
was - announced" by! the. manage
(By -- Associated - 1 Press, 'AAllas
tena MadsenPhiliPs, ftd9ijDl
New -York Citjr was elected "presi-
dent .of the national federation ol
business and professibnaj vpmenj
at the closing business session of
the organization's convention here
today. ' ! j- ' ' --
uppercut forced Paul to clineh-. A
left to the head and a gripping
triphammer right j to tbody
staggered the- title ioldef It was
a etlrrlngj-aUy. A powerfirf ight,
tbyeUln onlyi jfewf. Inches
fahgC Belenbactrndor; chin
ahd it almost f looWliUdm. Tjkey
mm m Mar 44 f f - Tli I f
Los Angeles 63 36
Sacramento 54 48
Oakland 51 48
Missions 51 49
Seattle .' 52 51
Portland 48 55
Hollywood ....46 57
San Francisco 41 62
New York .
St. Louis ...
Kew York .
- 42 39
STAYT0N MILL IS
DESTROYED BY FIRE
, , (Conniuied from page 1.)
ment in the shop 'was valued at
$3000, The. building and machin
ery is a total loss. -Three
line? of" hQ'se wer? placed
by the Stayton fire department
and the' Orflgfi'fefs' were succesSr.
ful in confining the blaze to one
PORTLAND, July 1C. (By As
sociated Press.) Seventy men
have been sent to fight a serious
fire on the Steamboat slope of the
Bohemia mining district 40 miles
east of Cotage Grove. The fire fire
started by lightning has spread
over 500 acres and in endangering
mining property, besides threaten
ing to wipe out the camp estab
lished by fire-fighters.
Other blazes in the state still
constituted a serious menace to-
6'" cumougn nope was ex-,
pressed that with the proper
weatner conditions they could
soon be brought under control.
A slackening of the wind late
today brought relief to the situa
tion on Dooley mountain, near
Baker, where a large- crew has
been battling a fire in old slash
ings; No serious timber damage
.resulted, from the blaze, hut travel
over, the Baker-Unity highway was
njenaced for a time.
The Mitchell Point fire on the
Columbia river was reported to
night as safe unless an east wind
Seventy men are working on
Two fires in the Umpqua na
tional forest in -southern Oregon
are still out of control and regard
ed as dangerous, although a heavy
fog has aided somewhat.
In the Ochocho national forest
road crws and stockmen are
.fighting a blaze which started
from 25 lightning fires last Mon
day. PORTLAND. Julv 16. Bv As
sociated Press.) A huge forest
fire broke out late yesterday in
the Bogus creek section in Siski
you county, California, about 3 5
giiles south of Klamath Falls, late
this afternoon was sweeping thour
sanda of acres of . United States
forest reservation and holdings tit
the Pickering Timber company. ..
PHYStClAff IS. ARRESTED
: . r. i . - f " - ....
fJH CHARGKD WITBI MITHDKK
AS ItUslTLT OF OPERATION
BOSTON. July .16, (By AP.)
Dr. Thomas E.; Walsh, wanted
"on charges of performing an il
legal operation, surrendered with
his wife to the district attorney
tonight and they were booked at
The operation is alleged to have
caused the death of Miss Edith
Greeue, whose dismembered body
vas found in three packages in
Matlapan last Tuesday. Bail for
Dr. Walsh was set at $15,000, aud
for Mrs. Walsh, charged as an
accessory, at $2,000.
The girl's sweetheait, James V.
Ford has confessed to hiring Dr.
Walsh to perform the o per at ion j
Ford is held as an accessory. "
Dr. Walsh was named in a mur-
hdr warrant, but todav's indict
ment by the grand jury is super
ceded.by the. warrant harres.
Police were searchinrgfeWM
hc girs body after 'she died from
He operation. ' w..
MAD NEGRO SltOOTS'ONE
COUNCIL BLTJFS Iowa, Jy
16. CAP.) William J. Johnson.
negro who killed one man. wound-;
-eu .1W9 oinera ana shot himself
when hTtftn.jimuckv with ft' pistol
In a Roclc.slandv railroftd. -pas
senger coach here early today,
dted' tonight without having i of-
Vfered any explanation for his deed.
, tWARREX IS SLATED
EJtJG:NE, July 16. (AP.)
Clyde A. Warren, delegate, from
Oregon City, and senior viee com-
imander of the Oregon department
veterans of r Foreigju.; rara. Is
slated for election' as.. s'tftte don
mander a Tttaaregsionof
th sixth iuttijjjE!fttt
BY JUU&ELS 5 T0 1
Freeman's Style Is Easily
Solved; Senators Win,
Angels 5; Oakland 1
OAKLAND. July 16. (By As
sociated Press.) The Angels dtd
not hate any trouble in solving
the shots of Buck Freeman today
and scored an easy 5 to 1 win over
Oakland . .
Wright and Hannah;
R. H. E.
5 14 0
Senators 1; Seattle O
SACRAMENTO, July 16. Lefty
Vinci bested Brett in a pitchers'
battle here today and the Sacra
mento Senators whitewashed the
Seattle Indians 1 to 0.
Score R. H. E.
Seattle 0 6 0
Sacramento 1 4 2
Brett and Jenkins; Vinci and
Mlssiona .7; Beavers 1
SAN FRANCISCO. July 16.
"Wee" Ludolph hel Portabd' to
half a dozen scattered hit' today
while his iliSsfphf s teammates
pounded Fred Orttnari-: for: four
teen safa foff-'twitfj? 16 V,
Score ' - R. H. E.
V Portland .1 C O
Missions 7 14 1
Ortman and Wendell; Ludolph
Seals 5; Stars 1
LOS ANGELES, July 1 C.
Mitchell, San Francisco pitcher
held Hollywood to three scattered
hits and the Seals won their first
game of the series here today
5 to 1.
Score , R. H. E
San Francisco 5 7 1
Hollykwood 1 3 1
Mitchell and Agnew; O'Neil and
BAND POPULARITY SEEN
MISS EVA ROBERTS IS GIVEN
OVATION ON APPEARANCE
In spite of the cool weather
and many counter-attractions last
night, a large" erdwd was present
at the semi-weekly concert of the
Cherrian band led by Osear Steel
hammer. Miss Eva Roberts, the
soloist who has been popular,
Bang two numbers that' drew a
great deal of applause.
None of the noise that marked
some of the concerts last year is
evident this season, as all those
within hearing were enchanted by
the band's music and listened in
silent appreciation of its high
The band played with ever
increasing skill and could be
heard clearly by portions of the
audience which scattered all over
WOMEN HURT BY BLAST
LARGE ROCK HURLED THRU
wall bv explosion;
EUqENJJ, JuJy. 16. (By Asso
ciated Press. ) Three women
were injured, 'WejeJcWnsly, to
day, when a nine--potirtd rock was
hurled throtugh- the-JFall ota house:
at Oak Ridge-wJxfeu a? 4iast 1 was
touched of fjrSuthern. Pacific
railroad? men, according to"
word' receTve3le"ijcViTbe injured
women-are Mrs. E. Ei' Wfert. Mrs.
Fred Dorfler and Dorothy Dor
fler. Mrs. Wert and Mrs. Dorfler
were knocked unconscious and
sustained cuts about the head.
Miss Dorfler suffered bruises.
The house is situated' across the
tracks from the place where the
blast was touched off.
;. 5p''a tock -oTet-115 le blank oiteX to nest any - bcsSaesi
tranwift Um. -vVe may hare lost th forxa you m looking for at : his
taring aa ompared.tq made toTorder f orm - , t Ij; ''r':::t.i:0
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Bi3. of SaK- Buildmg) Contract,, .Proialsir Notesj Installment Notes,
- - General Lease, - Power of AUornerk Prune Books and Pads, - Scale He
!pti :JClc These forms are carefully prepared for the courts and prifnte
ose. Price on forms .ranges from 4 cents to 16 cents apiece, and on note
:. tooks from 25 to 50 cents. - f. ;'Mi: -"jJiU'jXt
PRINTED AND Foil SALE in!
Hardhitting Features Game,
Brooklyn Takes Close
, - Contest From Cards
Pirate 9; Boston 7
PITTSBURGH. July 16, (By
Associated Press.! ' Pittsburgh
won a hard hitting gama tt'om
Boston today 9 to 7. ..The Pirates
scored seven, runs in 'the second
Boston ; : : . ...... . . T Ifr" r
Pittsburgh 5 . . . . . . . . . , V It Y
R. Smith and Taylor; Bush and
Broklyn 8 St. Louis 7
ST. LOUIS, July 16. A late
rally by the St. Louis Cardjnals
fell short and Brooklyn defeated
the local team 8 to 7 here today.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn . 8 10 1
St. Louis 7 10 4
Grimes, Ehrhardt, McWeeney
and Hargreaves; Alexander. Hall-
ahan, Sothoron, H. Bell and Vick,
-SMITHS VISIT 001JIGi:
PAUL SMITH'S, N. Y. July 16,
( By -Associated .Prfss. ) With
the formality -attending ' ceremon
ies of stated Governor Alfred-E
Smith of Ne"W York and Mrs
JJr's. Smith, were received at
White Pine camp, -the' summer
House today to pay their respects
and extend the President and Mrs.
Coolidge an -invitation on behalf
of the state to the Adirondacks.
SUN LIFE ASSURANCE
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Interest un Policy Proceed, PfofitSs EtcL,L6ft-Witht-"'theXSjmpaTryrFive-'Bnii
One-hlf Pr cent .
".7 Unusual MPPpruity fo Special
1 -1 Representative in Salem t:
Correspondence Treated With trie Strictest
' . ; .j ; Confidence. - . f- -
E. V. CREED, Oregon Manager
201 N. W. B. B. Portland, Oregon .
LEGAL BLANK HEADQUARTERS
- at Busmi CILtlronnd Floor;
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; '" Pariflc Coast .; -.i
Los Angeles 5 r Oakland 1.
Sacramento 1: Seattle 0.
i Missions 7 ; Portland 1.
San Francisco 5; Hollywood 1.
. National League
Pittsburgh 9 Boston 7.
Brooklyn 8; St. Louis 7.
; American League
Philadelphia 3-5; St. Louis 2-4.
New York 4; Detroit 3.
Cleveland 8; Washington 0. .
Claud Ramsden and family en
joyed the cool -mountain, air at De
troit Sunday. ,
Roth Bros, will begin threshing
j Mrs. Charles Smith - and her
daughters Lorraine and Beulah,
jrho have been visiting here for
several weeks, returned to their
home in West Linn Sunday.. .
j Dr. Leech, district superinten
4ent. visited with - the Epworth
lleague here Sunday evening and
made a few remarkB regarding in
i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eisenbach are
entertaining a brother of Mr.
Eisiehbaih ;from ' Washington, as a
guest rat their home. ' '
plef went to Woodland park Sun-
".dfey afternOoft ryng tp 'escspe the
ijieat, wnue aiiss Anna, .iii3cnon:
and Miss Miriam Bee'sleyjieiijoj,pd'
the shvertoh park;'' V ;Vt
; "'Mrs. Hersch,i'an;'twft of iier
daughters, Alice 'and"Eveiyn re
turned from Newport last week
Pratum folks are taking quite
an interest in the Chautauqua pro
grams. ' f . . .
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COMPANY OF CANADA
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