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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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St. Louis First
of HolIiUuy to Vancouver. British iu-.nu.gj ui u,e Army-Navy annual base-
lumbia, where the band serenaded the; ball game af Annapolis today will belDetroit -
j governor and were banqueted by the flashed all over the world, wherever
I American consul. Another feature of naval detachments are located through
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New York, Slav 2!. John Heydler.
rr n:: ..u,,,, ,re k...- ....vas.. . presidrat ot the Xational league gave
nUUKey rOr rlCniC colony life that is considered remark-; plans worked out at the navy depart-: out today the league standing as fol-
Chicago, Hay 29. Jack Fournier,
the former American leaguer no
playing first base with the St. Louis
Nationals is on a batting rampage
whleh nmml,.. to rush him i ih ! na reached home late that night. A
front in the National league race." He j trw of the male memheni of the class
boosted his batting mark from .293 j were called to nterview the authori
last week to .338 this week, accord- ,le ar'y yesterday morning and
lng to averages released today and. were late in reaching the train whrch
which Include games of Wedney, Was to convey them to Albany where
Cy Williams, the Philadelphia out- ,h .... . . ,, , y "
f.elder. also ha made a spurt toward Pfd 1ba8eba 1 1,h ,he A'""ny
the too. Williams acquired an aver-! """'- "'i"" P"vate con-
age of 120 as compared with 276 a
week ago. In addition to his batting
Silverton, May 29. Without Jie able the absence of litigation of any ment.
consent of the superintendent or any-Is0"- I'unng the colony tunes there; A radio telephone will be instated
one else the senior class of the Fil-
I verton high school declared a vaca
tion Thursday and viewed the sights
along the Columbia highway. They
! picnicked at Multnomah Kalis at noon
and reached home late that
W. L. P.C.
were no local courts, no lawsuits and ; on the baseball field and through It . 8 "" "' It, tl t
necessity for them. All disputes ; wiil be transmitted to the navy de-1 plshh i 14 .'b3
(of which there were few) were r?-' uartment. th r nri . r,.nni,,r Rronklvn 18 14 ds
Boston - 15 15 .400
St. Louis 18 19 .438
New Tork .- 14 18 .438
Philadelphia It 22 -353
ferred to the elders of the conolv and .
I jo.uij ui me game:
' HdiiiHipn fir inm
cult drive. His 41
doubles and three triples. !
Last weeks three batting leaders
switched positions, each suffering a 1
Hiump. Hornsby of St. Louis went to
the top with 403. Oroh of Cincinnati
from .361 to .300.
Max Carey, the speedy outfielder
with Pittsburg, added three more bas
es to his credit and is out in front
Scotts Mills, Slay 29. A May day
festival was held on the grounds of
Scotts Mills high school last Friday.
Miss Hosiyn Albright reigned as
queen. The people of the town were
entertained by the school children in
games, plays, folk dancing, and the
winding of the May pole. A splendid
picnic lunch was spread on tables un
der the oaks where all were sumptu
ously fed. The most exciting event jf
the day was a baseball game played
by the town and the school. The school
won by a good score.
A good program was given bv the
Iveyance to Salem did thou n..h 11
bany in time for the game.
ittnpnnv M . . -1, a I ... . . ,
dash. Williams bagged his fourth clr- ' , . r"ur"
hit 1 . lit . . . ... ;rpmaj wnere
its include II v.. .,.,. . 1.
npriv vimiiiig iriemis. Mr.
Paulson leaves next week for Minne
sota, and will be absent several weeks
The city council is building a larg
er sewer at the foot of Water street.
urun 01 v.iiinnnati gni ..v.i .L I jjivgiaui km given uy
Is runner up with .398 and Nicholson . new can- parent-teacher association last Th
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ot i iuNourg mira wun .3u. i-euour-i.i.
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't"" nim 11.111 wren pfl liora tAiiutv.nw .i..
spirited ihowlng. dropped Kalls logVeVs aT.d the nitor Team
The game will take place at the Sil
ver Falls diamond and a warm time
is looked for.
H. Hnlvnrann u'K. .i . -
among the base stealers with an even qulUe a year aso
(..her batters: Dauber.. Cincinnati. fton'oT h
339; Kournier. St. Louis .336; Tmow-1 and 111??" "
ri,io,.. 11 ....., ICeaniiig and pressing establishment
Leas-ed wires will
carry the information to New York.
Newport, Boston and Norfolk. From
the radio stations located at hte
ports the score will be sent by wireless
to naval vessels.
News to the Pacific naval stations
will be wirelessed from San Diego, cov
ering Alaska, Honolulu. Guam, Phil
ippine Islands, China and Siberia.
.332; Williams. Philadelphia .320; R.
S'liith, New York .320; Stock, St.
Louis. .319; Young, New York .318;
KobertHon, Chicago .31.1; Neale, Cin
cinnati .314; KouHh, Cincinnati. 312;
J uivrln, St. Louis .312.
I lit he Ruth, the New York sliiRHer,
broke up the triple tie In the Ameri
can league for home run honors, by
driving out three circuit drives slnee
a week ago Wednesday mid now has
a total of eiRht. Felsch of Chicago
and Walker of Philadelphia continue
as runners up, each having bagged
homer during the week and are tied
with six each.
Johnson of Cleveland continues to
top the batters with .375 while HenJ
rix of Huston is the runner up wl'h
Rice of Washington pulled away
from his team mal Hobby Hoth in
stolen buses and is showing the way
with four thefts. Roth has pilfered
Ty Cobb, the Detroit star, who lust
week appeared, to have struck his'
batting stride, suffered a slump and
'dropped from 277 to 252.
Other leading batters; Jackson,
Chicago .362; Jacobson. St. Louis
W..Ji,i.,... ,i a.lr. ' : I.?."'" commission. He was John
' cimn, 01. x.nuin j Marshall
.mi; speaker, Cleveland .330;
ills, Boston .333; C.odeon, St.
..uu, I'uKiui, rmiaueipniu .3.(0; t;er
. ber, lit. Louis .327; Felseh. Cliicugo
A lively baseball gama wi,l be play- part in he sneaking "m 2t"Z "
mimes and living pictures. Supt. Youel
of Silverton spoke on the two mill bill
The first prize and gold medal In
the county essay contest on the two
mill bill was awarded to Miss Sylvia
Heinz of Scotts Mills high. The sec
ond prize In the Junior high depart
ment was won by Miss Emma Folk
of Scotts Mills.
Supt. L. M. Gilbert, of the state
Big Barn Dance
At Victor Point
Victor Point, May 29. F. A. Doerf
ler has made all arrangements for
another big dance In his barn on the
night or June 6th. All who hae at
tended these dances at the Doerfler
rarm have enjoyed them immensely,
and Mr. Doerfler promises to make
this one the crowning feature.
Miss Bertha Mollett, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Mollett of the
Waldo Hills district, was one of the
many O. A. C. students who enjoyed
a flight in the aeroplane at Corvallis
during the junior week end.
Athletes Vie At
T Ji - ion anu onjaer.
rullman 7oaaviPil,sbursh 1 3
D . J Cincinnati 6 11
Minium, vtasn., aiay
Major League Scpres
R. H. E.
Boston 8 II
Brooklyn 3 8
Flllineim and O'Neill; Pfeffer and
Philadelphia 0 9
New York 4 9
Rixc-y and Witherow, Wheat; Ben
ton and Snyder.
9. New Pa
nonnwest conference records i .i... di
were expected to be set at the annual First Gam(L
conference track and .field meet here l st. Louis 2
seven colleges of Washington,
Oregon, Idaho and ilontana had en
tered teams, and sharp competition
was looked for.
Oregon Agricultural college was re
garded as the favorite, on the strength
of its showing in the Pacific coast con
ference meet, Washington State col
lege or the University of Idaho was
picked as the likelv winer of secon.l
nil. , .
training school, snoke nt th oi.. r. . "l"cr cn's entered were
teacher meeting t.,. ,,..' Llmers"-V of Washington, University
and was most thoroughly enjoyed by
"foul, or A ontann TTn1i'ao;t.. n 1
, ...... , au, uv VITSUJI dMU
Entry List Is
Him over 3J entiles In the men's
singles and u guud representative on
try In the other events, everything
points to some great Uines lu tho clly
leiinls toiiinament to 1 helo ......
Number Only One
During Past Week
Only one worknyin lost his life In
an Industrial accident during the week
ending May 27, according to reports
received by the state industrial acci-
niuilt watchmnn nf T.unta
Mcln- of the 500 accidents reported fur the
KI .Wore Bill) eel to the nrn.
visions of the compensation act, 11
were from firms and corporations
Hint have rejected the provisions of
the compensation act and 15 were
from public utility corporations not
subject to the provisions of the com
the splendid audience who heard him
Memorial exercises will be held in
the school auditorium on May 31st at
10 o'clock. A short program will be
rendered by the pupils after which
the memorialaddress will be deliver
ed by Rev. J. A. Bennett of Silverton.
Score To Be Sent
Washington, May 29. Score' by in-
Chicago. May 29. The official
standing of the American league, in
cluding games of Friday, May 28, was
announced today as follows:
W. L. P.C.
Cleveland 22 10 .668
Ios'n 21 1, .958
New York 19 15 .551
Chicago 18 15 .545
Washington 16 16 .500
St. Louis ; 13 19 .405
Cooper, Wisner and Schmidt; Reu
Chicago .8 9 2
May and Clemens; Alexander and
St. Louis 0 , 6 0
Chicago 7 11 0
Schupp and Dilhoefer; Vaughn and
Aurora, juay z. The Aurora high
WW'K commencing Ju0 3. school annual just Issued by the wtu
In the ladles singles, Mrs. Jacobs, I dents contains a very Interesting nrtl
f,ti. ltiKKH, Mis. Van Doren, Mrs. An-jcle upon the history of the Aurora
d'oa, Miss Margaret Bowen iind Mlsii colony. The article Is written by one
nice Howen loom up lis tho most for-lot the hliih school students Mbw
midahle opponents. Mixed doubles, one! Leona Will, a granddaughter 01 one
01 uic most uninviting events In any of tliu. original members of the culo
ti'uniament, has a number of hot ny. . '
Icunis entered! among whom nie Mrs. I Tl)e colony was founded in 1857 by
Van Onren and MeDmigal and Mrs. Dr. William' Kil who remained Its
Andicae and Fred Thlelson. j head for twenty years, until his death
The men's singles list contains a l 1S77. Propirty was held in romnioif
number of the "old guard" among! tor " benefit of all the memoirs,
whom are rhg:-.r Cas. Fred Thletwm. . though nominally It stood in the mime
Marl Klegel, John Harbison. V. L. ic- " Dr. Kell. At his death his heirs
DougKl, l)r, Bates and Dr. Biirdeiw. ' received no more than their proper
The tournament inaiiageniont was ills- share as they considered that ihe
anointed that it number of the olde i property was simply held In trust tor
players alibied their way out of th membership.
run next week, saying they were not Dr. Kell was n man of magnetic
wood enough or had not played for personality and of much ability. He
two years. As a matter of fact, this is w"8 ',l,Mt' friend of Ben lloillday.
the condition of a great ninny, ns duiv builder ot the railroad through
ing the war all athletics naturally took th valley. The old colony eatlms
a back seat. ( house was famous for. Its fine meats
Entries for all events will close this flm' '"uny a llmo did lloillday dine
evening at 9 p. m. and will bo received ner8 llP" tlll! btst of the land both
Up to that time at Mauser Bros, stori inl tl,e t"olony hotel nnd at the home
of Dr. Kell. Many other prominent
l.liM'rly BiiiiiIh men nave also been guests of the ;
New York, May 29. Liberty bonds Icolony. General Grant was among j
final prices today were: those patronv.liig the famous eating j
1.70; first 4's 87.60; second house.
4' 87.14; first 4(4 ' 87.82; second The Annual also features the fam
4'4's 87.32; third 44's 91.30; fourth 0"8 old Aurora band of colony days
4 Mi's 88.20; victory 3 3-4's ,90.03; "nil describes a trip made ns guests
vtntory 4 S-4'i 96.06. 1 ,
R. H. E.
Washington 6 14 1
Philadelphia 4 8 1
Erickson and Gharrity; Naylor,
Hasty, Rommel and Perkins, Myatt.
Detroit 3 9 0
St. Louis 1 8 1
Oldham and Ainsmlth; Weilman
New York 4 10 0
Boston .....3 10 0
Shore, Quinn and Hannah; Russell
Chicago 6 11 2
Cleveland 13 10
aber, Payne, Kerr, Heath and
Schalk, Lynn; Bagby, Morton, Nie
haus and O'Neill.
Coast League Scores
R. II. K.
j Sacramento 0 4 3
J Portland ; 7 12 2
1 Flttery and Cook; Juney and Koeh
j Oakland : 4 9 2
: oau r ranctsco .. 1 8 3
1 (12 innings.) R. Arlett a.nd Mitze;
Scott and Agnew.
Salt Lake g i0 0
Sc&Ule n 14 2
Stroud, Reiger and Jenkins; Sei
bold, Gardner, Brenton and Adams.
Vernon 2 8 1
Los Angeles 3 7 1
Schellenback. Smallwood and De-
i vonner; Aldridge and Enssler.-
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