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HKND IlUI.TiKTIN, IlKNO, OltKflON, TUl'USDAV, JUNK Ul, 1017
TAKE 2-0 GAME
LUMBERMEN PLAY AN
XJnd Wa Hitting Hero, GcMlng
Homer In Bccoml Knutscn
I'ltchra Good llnll I)ny
OslM Out Vnns.
(From Monday's Daily.)
The Sncvlln-Hlion aggregation, on
the. first real baseball day of tho
season, stuck its pcavles and cant
hooks Into Prlnovllle yesterday to
tho tally of 2 to 0, and besides played
tho first errorless gamo that has
boen chalked up on the local diamond
since Heck was in tho infant stages
of canlno development.
This business of playing errorless J Tho infield handled ovary ball por-
went almost to tho centortlold fonro,
and on tho llond diamond that Is
soma distance Llnd brought in
Shoots, and himself circled tho
bases. This Inning looked llko n
ono-rlng circus going good, becnuso
Houston enmo up and got n nlco
singlo, but tho tun was called oft
becnuso Knutson struck out nnd Clif
ford wont out, Tothorow to Krlckson.
J lakes Klnt Atipcnrnnrr.
Knutson niado his first appear-
anco of tho season in tho box for
Shovlln-Hlxon nnd was steady and
heady, with tho exception of the
eighth inning when ho walked Fox,
nnd allowing Tothcrow to pass twice,
once In tho second nnd again in tho
seventh. The boy had much steam
on tho bnll, striking out sovon men,
nnd being found tor only flvo hits.
Ho was given great support trom
ovcry local player who touched tho
Tothcrow was up to his usual form
yesterday, so far as keeping the
hitting average of tho mill mon down,
allowing only three hits, but as mls-
fortuno would happen, Llnd's homer
spoiled defeat tor tho visitors, Toth
crow struck out tlvo men.
Tho Shovlln-Hlxon team has tho
best balanced lot of players it has
had in a long time Doth tho Infield
and outfield work fast and aro sure,
NOW GOING ON
TOTAL VALUE NEARLY
ItlgKwt Portion In In ltuslucPN Dis
trict, Hut Mnny Ilesldence niv
(ioliiK Up All Section Hep
resented In l-o"K Llt.
baseball Ib so unusual that it is
worthy of mention In tho blackest
face typo that this machtno can set.
Thero were soma hard chances in the
game. The first near-error came in
tho first Inning whon Grccnwall, of
I'rlnovllto, hit a fast grounder that
took a bad bound to Klecker, a de
butante in local ball circles. Dut
Klecker did not abandon tho muff
and recovered by shooting a fast
one to Bullock. Then in tho eighth
Inning Maison hit a hot liner that
bounced off Houston's thumb, but
Houston kept right after the ball,
caught It and threw Fox out at sec
ond. Thero was gcnulno cayenne In
tho game Sunday, tho lumbermen
playing snippy from the beginning
until Knutson got his revengo by
striking out Tethcrow In tho ninth.
From the sticking standpoint,
Llnd, who returned last week to bo
in tho employ of Tho Shevlln-Hlxon
Company this summer, was tho hero
From tho standpoint of an Inter
ested bystnnder It looks llko thero
Is aomo fast baseball coming up tho
remainder of this soason, especially
It Sol smiles on tho diamond as ho
did yesterday. Tho score:
Shevlln-Hlxon AU It H I'O A
Shoots, ss 3 10 2 4
Llnd, cf 4 1X00
Houston, 3b ......4 0 114
Iloland, It 3 0 0 2 0
Knutson, p 2 0 1 0 10
Clifford, c 3 0 0 7 1
Bybcrg, rf 3 0 0 10
llullock, lb 2 0 0 12 0
Klecker, 2b ...3 0 0 2 1
Total 27 2
Prlnovlllo All H
H PO A
Albco. ss 3
Fox, If 3
Maison, 3b 3
Erlckson. lb 4
Qreonwall, cf 4
Staplcton, e 3
of the game. It was In tho third
Inning that the horolc act was ac- Tothorow, p
compllshed. Shoots was tho first jMcCall, 2b 3
man up and went to first on Albeo's Clark, rt 2
ovorthrow to Erlckson. Llnd en mo '
up and drovo out a low fly thnt Total
27 0 7 25 13 3
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(From Friday's Dally.)
Iluslncss buildings, otflco build
Ings, nnd residences now under wny
of construction In Head will rcuch
a total cost of $186,000.
Ot this total, $126,000 Is being
spont In buildings In tho business
district. Tho romnlnlng $60,000 of
tho building to.tal Is going to tho
27 residences now building. Thcso
figures do not Include1 lot valuations,
hut only tho actual construction cost.
Lumbermen estlmnto thnt nu ad
ditional $70,000 hv boon spent In
llcnd for residences' completed since
The cost of tho Deschutes Invest
ment Company building In tho roar
ot tho First National Hank will bo
$21,000. Three stores will bo ac
commodated on tho ground floor nnd
the upper floor will bo occupied by
county offices nnd tho Central Ore
gon Abstract Co. Tho building Is to
tie completed October 1.
Tho llond Amalour Athletic Club's
gymnasium Is being built nt n cost of
0 $20,000 nnd will bo finished by Sop-
K tomber 15. Tentative arrangements
2 have boen made to turn tho gym-
0 nnslum over to school children dur-
1 Ing tho afternoons when school opens
0 for 1917-18. Tho building Is located
0 opposlto tho Hold school,
0 1), H. Sphler will complete his store
0 and office building at tho comer of
0 llond nnd Minnesota Htreets nbout
0 July 1C or August 1. Tho building
is a nonc-Btory brick and will cost
$18,000. H. K. Potrnm, brick work
contractor, will complete tho brick
work by tho nnd of next week.
Tho Prlnglo building, corner of
Wall and Oregon streets, will cost
when completed $15,000, It will have
basement and two stories, nnd ac
commodate two storos on tho ground
floor and tho Masonic lodgo on tho
L. L. Fox is building a $3000 atono
garage and work shop adjoining tho
Modern Oarage. This building will
accommodate, In addition to tho pri
vate garago and work shop, the of
fice nnd factory ot tho I'loncor Soda
Works, which has been purchased by
I C. I'. N'lswongcr's now brick nnd
'stone undertaking parlors nre bolng
constructed at a cost of $2200. Tho
building will bo two storlos high
and roplaco tho framo building for
merly used by Mr. Nlswonger.
A new unit Is being built for tho
Ilend Water, Light & Power Com
pany plant at a cost of $30,000.
Concrete construction work is prac
tically completed and machinery will
be Installed nnd ready for opera
tion within 30 days.
The movlo house, now going up
on Wall streot, will bo completed In
tlmo to accommodate show houses
during the Fourth of July celebration
July 4 and C, If possible. The build
ing Is bolng built by T. M. O'Don
nell for tho llond Theatre. It will
i roach a cost of $ 16,000, according
to B. H. Keano, nrchltect.
I Residences now under construc
I O. A, Bugler, In Park addition,
Jl. D. Mllos, In Park addition,
Charlos Carroll, two housos in
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Hlvor Torrnco addition, $3000 and
John Tnnsoy, in Hlvor Torraco ad
Oconto Snvlch, Hlvorsldo addition,
Loo McKoron, lloulevnrd addition,
It. F. llllllnrd, Itlvor Torrnco ad
Dr. C. II. Francis, lloulovnrd
Kltuor NIs-woiiRor, orlRlnal town
II. Q .Ferris, Park addition,
A. J. Hoggins, I.nva llond addi
OoorRo II .Wchhor, ItnstliiRS addi
Samuel Illnklee, l'nrk nddltlon,
O. W. Tansoy, Hlvor Terrace addi
Franklin Thnrdarson, HiroY Tor
raco nddltlon, $3000.
8. O. Watklns, Uoulovard addition,
J. llnyuo, Uoulovard nddltlon,
Mrs. F. h. Holmes, lloulovnrd nd
Wm. Lewis, Third addition, $1800.
Dr. O. L. Couslneau, Hlvorsldc,
L. K, Wnhlstrom, Kenwood, $1300,
K. Iloyuo, Awhroy IIcKhts, $1200,
In nddltlon to tho nhovo, lumber
men report that thero aro about 14
or 16 small residences bolus built.
WAS UNDER PERSHING
(From Frldny's Dnlly.)
L. E. Smith, county commissioner
from Ilcdmnnd, who Is In llond nt-
fmnllnf- n naelntl .if tlii. n.inrt Inilnv
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follows tho nctlvltles of General
Pershing, now with tho American
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Every shred Is chock full of sopj a birf chew 19 too rich.
They tnko to W-Il CUT, strong; nothing is too tfood
for our soldiers.
M. r tVETMAN.DRUTOH COMFANY, 1107 Brea.r. " TmV CUf
forces In Franco, with Interest.
Twmtty-throo years ni;o, Mr. Bmlth
was a student under 1'ershliiR, who
was then teuchliiR mnthumntlcs nnd
dlrectliiR military drill nt tho Uni
versity of Nebraska,
Mrs, Hmith, who was also attend
Iiir tho university nt that time, was
In oun of Oenernl TershliiR's math
n nm tics classes.
(From Mondny's Doll v.)
AlthoiiRh tho last leRlslnture re
moved tho proimrty qualification
hitherto required of votnls nt school
elections, only about 20 voters mot
nt the IiIrIi school this nftnrnoon for
tlm uunuat election. FoIIowIiik tho
readltiR ot tho clerk's report, Carl
rA. Johnson, of Tho Hluivllti-lllxou
('oiupniiy, W. It. Hperk, of tho Htntid
nrd Oil Co.., "mid It. W. Bnwyn, of
Tho llulletlii, worn uomlnatiHl for
directors for two years. Th pollx
closed nt 4 o'clock, tho vote result
ing as follows: Johnson 4 4, Speck
.17, Hnwyor 43. Hlxty-threo votfd.
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