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THURSDAY, MAY S1,
THE CAPITA! JOURNAL
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Stanford' basebult tram triumphed
ovjr the Willamette Bearcat in the
flint gnnie of the eerleit Wednesday
tiy a Heme of 9 to 6. Coach Mathewa'
men held the Callfornlaim even up to
the fifth inning, but Stanford took
the leud when Irvine's urin gave out
In the xlxth.
HrlKKx pitched good bull for the
vlHitora, allowing but three hits. The
Jleiircuta started BOorlwf In the third,
on a walk, two aacrlfleea and a couple
of error, Retting three runs. In the
fourth Stanford came back and trck
ItiK advanttiKti of a Merle of (Uecr
liohbh'H on the part of the Method
ImIh, Bcorod four run, and one more
in the fifth, Two walks, a couple of
error and a balk called en Irvine
, Kpellcd defeat for the llearcuth,
I'ane went In to pitch for the Meth
oiiltttM In the alxtli, and pitched (food
ball though rather wild at time.
JUtner of Stanford connected with th
ball for a home run in the seventh,
drlvliiK one mnii In ahead of him,
and one more run was vcored In the
Lineup: Stanford Mitchell, left
field; Peloutw, rlKht field: Wayland,
center field; Hntner, first bae; Kal
inin, second base; Thompson, snort
atop; Crowe, third base; Dundy, catch
er; IIiIkb. pitcher.
Willamette Irvine, pMtcher; Dav
ie, second base, Page, shortstop; 11.
Dlmlck third base; Urown, cat'eher;
Jackson, cent ffeld; McKltlrlck,
flint e',r Power, r Ik 111 flelil; Austin,
ll.ft"'fleld. ' ,
It. II. K.
Hlunford 4 4
, Willamette 6 3 6
she believed the man he saw etart
the firing and order the mine guards
to fire was Mr. Alley. When Mr. jtt
ley appeared at the inquest, luesilay,
she declared he was not the man she
M. V. (Iraupner, a miner, testified
that he had been stopped from going
to work and had been threatened by
members of the I. VV. V., and that he
had telegraphed the governor at his
own expense, after he'had appealed to
the federal authorities, the sheriff and
the police, demandlg that troops be
Chemawa is getting well under way
'in the newly opened baseball season,
having won three of the five game
i played. Saturday, the Indian meet
the North Pacific Dental college team
at Chemawa, a fast game being pre
dicted, as the dentists made a good
start of the 1920 Inter-valley series.
Chemawa Is Close
Second At Eugene
Securing 66 point against the wiu
nlngtotul of 61 checked to the Oregon
freshmen, Chemaka took second hon
ors In the field meet at. Eugene, Mav
The Indian school entered in all
event and at the conclusion of the
scheduled program the sVore stood In
favor of the frosh, 89-60. A relay race
In which the freshmen agan took first
honor, gave the concluding checkup.
Manager Bent and Coach Sanders
made the trip with the Chemawa
Senators Look For
Best Game Sunday
"Sun a shlnln'," ays Biddie Blslv
op, who Is getting his team into shape
for the contest with the Portland K.
of C. nine, Sunday. The local boys
are making daily visits to Oxford
Park and are getting well in to the
Biddie and other members of the
team are- working energetically for
their dance. Faturdav nluht. Due to
the fact that their campaign for funds
fell far below the required amount,
the Senators avail themselves of every
opoprtunity to complete payment of
park buildings Items.
"Keep you eye on Sunday's gam'-
The Prosser school district has voted
$51,000 bonds for improvements to
school buildings and a S-mill tax levy
for running expenses.
Car Fare $45 ,
MA.IOU l.l.A(.l i: SCOIU8
Hcore . j It. it. K
Chicago , ... 0 4
'1'ittvburKh I. .- 2 4
Martin and O I''aiiell; Adam und
Score , It. II. K
Brooklyn 4 13 S
Nw York - .....,. its
Mitchell, (liimea and Krueger; Bar
lies, Winter and Snyder, Smith.
Score It. II. E
Cincinnati S 12 2
Hi. I.oul . 1 I t)
, ftiu'tlu'r und IVViiko; Uuuk and Clem
Score s R. II. K
lloNtnn i ,. 4 12 !
Phlledelphla ; 1 S 1
Mcgulllun and dowdy. O'Neill; Hlx
ey and Wheat, W'itherow.""
Score R. II, E.
Cleveland X 1
Chicago , 2 9!
CovelcKUIe and O'Neill, l-'abcr and
Score ' tl. H. V..
Philadelphia 3 9 2
Booton 4 H 2
Kinney and Perkins; Bm'h, Pennock
and Walter. Schang,
Score It. II. E.
New York T 11 0
Washington 1 4
May und liuel; Johnson and Plcl
Score It. II. E.
St. I.OUU .....12 11 0
iH.troit '. 4 g 3
Saiiiid.'iH, Harwell and Severeld;
Klinike, Ayeta, Alten Cllasler and Aln
It. H. K.
3 7 0
( OAST M'.Atil K SCOUI'X
Score K. H. E,
Portland T 9
; ci.tti.i 4
Poison and Koehler; Hretiton, Iteln
Iiart and K.'lnvr, Tohln.
Krause anil MUx: W,
rroiiime and linvonuer.
Pioiivh, l'itule ami Cuily, Cook;
Cullop, Matteson and Uyler.
S.:ore It. II. E.
I.n AngiieB "94
Km l-'i'anclH.'o 14 1
IVitiia and Howler; Benton, Jordan
and A a new.
Mide a M
Then ride it to
the Polls and
For City -Recorder
421 Court St.
Money, Time, Temper .
'Alley Not Man
Who Fired Shot
Butte. Mont., May Mrs, Cutli.
lue luKherty, wife of a striking mln
pr, testifying Tuexday into the death
of Thomas Jl.iiiiulij;, one of 15 men
Hhot In a riot near the XevprsweaJ
iiilno here April 21, iva unable to
Mcntify Jloy S. Alley, i. the man she
fait! tlie ii.nl n.-eO five the fui sh.it.
Mr. All, y H . s i-r t:iry ti Jnim
' i'it't i , -,,( ;.. A.-i-.:c.,..d.! en.
bum ki I S
Ride a bicycle to work and
get a genuine, healthful pleasure
out of saving money, Let us
show you our latest models.
Harry W. Scott
. 147 South Commercial Street
Mide a Biciicie
THERE is no tonic like a bicycle. The
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ten in the exhilarating rush of red blood as
you spin over the smiling roads.
Never mind the on-rushing years. A bicycle
will keep your brain clear and ybur body
fit. Ride it often and at every opportunity.
It costs practically nothing to run and is
always ready to go.
Lloyd E. Ramsden
887 Court Street
Carpets for People Who Cannot .
Use Rugs 1
Yes, we are now well prepared to show the latest patterns
in spring carpets. We can cover your floors complete. No
lost time sending away. The goods are right here in the
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C S H
340 Court Street
NATIONAL BICYCLE 4WEEK
This week every bicycle dealer
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models on display. You will find
one that just suits you.
Depide now I Riding a bicycle
saves money --time and trouble.
It makes you independent of hot
to 8th. . . - (
crowded street cars. It builds your
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Buy now and get the benefit
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