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The Herald's Sporting News
Thursday, June 16, 1910. The Hefeld's Sporting News
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All the grit and nerve of a touring car all of
its staunch stick-to-it-iveness conies out in
a hill-clinibing contest. The Oakland in
that field is first.
is all we ask to prove that
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Jt has won more notable hill climbs in the xast two years
than anj one other car.
-Its engine takes hold of a steep grade vwitk a bull-dog grip;
and hangs on and goes up.
That's what you want. That's what you need nine-tenths
of the time power on the hill, power on the up-grade,
power at low speed not power on the asphalt at forty
miles an hour.
''Oakland Tilted Engine."
You get it on the Oakland. You get it because of the
straight line drive the tilted Oakland engine which
puts every ounce of power into the wheels.
It was the straight line drive that won high honors in ev
ery liill-climb the Oakland has entered.
TVnen you come to try out the Oakland, leave the speed
test to the last. It will deliver you all the speed you
want and more than you can ordinarily use 60 miles
an hour if you like.
But make the hill test and grade test first. Ask it to do
. The difficult the almost impossible. .
Then note what it does with its full 40-horse power what
it does and how smoothly, how grandly it does it.
Oakland "40" at $1700
Note that 40 horsepower, by the way because the Oak
land is -the only 40-horse power on the market that sells
at such a price.
The same qualities that place it'at the forefront of the hill
climbing class makes the Oakland the most economical
of all forty, horsepower cars.
None of the power leaks or goes to waste the straight line
drive attends to that; the wonderful system of lubrica
tion helps and the beautiful simplicity of the motor does
An Oakland stock car, taken right off one of our dealer's
floor, went through the Grlidden Tour with a perfect
score, etrrying a full load, and accomplishing all that
was done by its big, high-powered competitors.
The Oakland straight line drive shaft is made possible by
tilting the engine. That's a simple little thing to do,
but "only an old, experienced Oakland designer would
think of it.
A novice can run and care for an Oakland because the Oak
land has many other mechanical advantages for in
stance, its lubricating system.
The largest distributor of automobiles in a western city
says; "I wish every car that I sold had the Oakland
lubrication system. It is the greatest svstem in the
It is worth while for you to sencbf or a catalog, or step into
our store and have the system explained to you. It will
take only a minute of your time, and you will be repaid
Oakland Removable Cylinder Heads
Another Oakland selling point 'is the removable cylinder
heads, which facilitates the removal of carbon frorn the
yon ought to own an
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Other Car9 Regardless of Price.
The Oakland was winner in the free-for-all standing-start- hill climb at
Paris, HI., May 19, defeating 60 horsepower cars. This was the first
hill climb our 1910 Model Forty entered this year. 4
1909 HILL CLIMBS '
Morgan Hill Climb, Logansport, Indiana, April 2, Oakland won; trine, 39
seconds, defeating nine other cars.
Fort George Hill Climb, New York, April 26, Oakland won in $2000
touring car class; time, 46 1-5 seconds.
Giant's Despair Hill Climb, Wilkesbarre, Pa., May 31, Oakland, won in
the $2000 class; time, 2:11 4-5 seconds.
Mt. Vernon Hill Climb, ML Vernon, N. Y., June 5, Oakland won; time,
25 1-5 seconds; defeating 24 entries, some selling as high as $4000.
Hoopeston, HI., Climb, June 9, Oakland won in both $2000 and $3000
class; time, 30 1-4 seconds.
Porter Hill Climb, Cleveland, Ohio, June 9, Oakland won in both the
runabout and touring car classes selling at $2000; time, 55 4-5 seconds
Fort Ancient Hill Climb, Cincinnati, . Ohio, June 26, Oakland won in
$2000 class and in the free-for-all, defeating five other cars selling as
high as $4200; time, 1:171-5 seconds.
Algonquin Hill Climb, Chicago, 111., August 5, Oakland won first and
second place in the $2000 class.
To remove carbon from ordinary engine two
garage men will work all day. Anyone can
can remove carbon and clean the cylinders
of the ,Oakland in one hour. Do it easily,
cleanly and quickly.
Oakland Engine Side Plates
Still another point is that the drip pan on the Oakland is
riveted to the frame. You can't take it off, and you
won't need to, because if you want to get at the .inside
of your engine, you simply have to removeMJie side
plates and the engine is exposed. Never any need to go
under the car. No need to remove the drip pan. No
need to take out the bottom of your engine. Simply re
move the side plates; You can do this ; tighten your con
necting ro.ds, and put back the side plate in a few min
utes do it cleanly, easily and quickly.
Oakland Cooling System.
"Water is circulated by gear driven pump, centrifugal type.
The water is drawn from the bottom of the radiator,
forced up through cylinder jackets and into outlepipe
at top, and then passes to the radiator. The pump is
driven from the crank shaft so- when motor is running
the water is circulating. The cooling is assisted by fan
built into fly wheel and draws current of air through
Oakland Specifications and Equipment-
The "40" Touring Car, 4-cylinder motor 40-horsepower
112-inch wheel base Shaft drive Selective trans
mission, three speeds forward -and reverse Multiple
disk clutch Cork inserts Straight line drive Offset
crank shaft, price $1700, including magneto, &ve lamps,
horn, generator and full set of tools.
Runabout, Touring and Roadster Bodies.
rThe "30" Touring Car, 4-eylinder motor, 30-horsepower
110-inch wheel base Shaft drive Selective transmis
sion, three speeds forward and reverse Multiple disk
clutch Straight line drive Offset crank shaft. Price,
including &ve lamps, horn, generator and full set of
The "30" Eimabout same specifications as "30" Tour
' ing car except 4-inch shorter wheel base, and carries two
instead of &ve passengers. Price $1000.
'30" TOURING CAR, $1,250
LICENSED IXDER SELDEN" PATENT.
OAKLAND MOTOR CAR CO.,
CALL, PHONE OR WRITE
"30" RUNABOUT, $1,000
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Slportletq By Jim
There Is no question about It. Gov
ernor GiHett should have known -what
Is rlgrht and what Is wrong- irhen the
fight was first suggested. His tardy
action can only bring: disgust from the
sporting element, and disrespect from
the anti-prize fighting organization. J Leg" Collins, the negro lights eight at
He Is due no credit either going or Salt Air pavilion last nie-h r-niiine n,
Johnson's fight -with Jeffries. He
charges that the negro fighter is at
tempting to dispose of all his property
to avoid paying the debt.
"Cyclone" Johnny Thompson, of Syca
more, III., tvoii a decision over "Bird
nfrtrip Yuvsrr Eml
What in recent years has caused
more talk than the big fight? The As
sociated Press has devoted more space
to It than perhaps anything since a
Spanish -war battle or the San Fran
cisco earthquake. Even the return of
Teddy hap not made a ripple as com
pared to It.
It is said ihat Marty Cutler has left
the Johnson camp, and -svlth good rea
son. It Tvill be remembered that Johnson
beat up Marty because of a broken
camp rule. The partner Just took
French leave -without even kissing the
The college oarsmen found it too hot
yesterday and there -was little -work
i done. Each crew paddled about brief-
George Little, former manager of
Jack Johnson, through an attorney has
procured an attachment in Chicago to
prevent the sale of Johnson's $15,000
residence in this citj-. Little alleges
that Johnson has refused to repay 10,
000 -which he posted as a forfeit for
night. Collins was
outrought up to the .seventh round
Tvlion liis seconds thrfw up the sponge.
A base on balls to Furtell scored the
winning run of yesterday's Chicago
At Buena Vista yesterday, jockey
Otis rode Doride to victory, cashing
20 to 1. Big fields were the features
of the day.
TV. H. Moore, of New York city, seems
to be winning everything at the Inter
national horse show at London. He
took two first 'honors yesterday.
Boston hit MullLn so hard yesterdav
that Detroit lost, 8 and 3. Karger was
effective except in two innings.
Tootspring, of August Belmont'- ua
tles easily won the Tremon' itake
for 3vearolds at Gravesenu vcstrdi:y.
It brought $G000
Herzog of Boston made a ssn:U5onal
s:-.p in the sixth ye.-inli -. and ot.
Loni:, was shut out, 2 a'id 0.
Owen M ran and Abe Atvil yes'erday
signer" for : 10 round firr'it at v-ji il
.Tunc Ten June 24. Thei-'iTi tv.icli in
at 124. in accordance with the decision
of i-roinoter T. J. McCarey, arbiter
tic Acght dispute.
It look Brooklyn 14 inm-srs ' wnip
ri.icr.'. yesterday. It on 11 2 and 3
ar. 3 -:ir a oame of gauis.
Ai. y tiler day's surprise at 'atonia.
Belle Clem took the Merchants' stakke. I
Ihe .urse has livened.
Jim Barry and Sandy Ferguson,
heavyweights, are scheduled lo :i:irt
Friday evening for a 10 roun-i go at
Mrud Junction, Cal. Prt!ab'v fney
will be allowed to fight .white tue
champ ons "will not.
Play in the individual tennis tourney
began Wednesday afternoon on Y. M.
C A courts. The first player taking nine
games will win the match. First day
scores follow: Ormsbee, 9 Overstreet,
4; Raum, 9; Hafey, 0.
4- "V "i" $ 2 :- . -S" -J- $ !
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"WHERE THEY PLAY FRIDAY".
NELSON WANTS TO
MEET AD WOLGAST
Battler Visiting His Eancli
"Near IsFara Visa, IsTew
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Pittsburg at New York.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Boston.
New York at Cleveland.
Oklahoma City at Waco.
Shreveport at San Antonio.
Dallas at Houston. .
Fort Worth at Galveston.
Dalhart Texas, June 16 BattJin
son took breakfast here this morning at
the LVSota hotel en route to Nara Visa,
N. M., to rest on his ranch for a few
day and thence he goes to Frisco to
witness the big Jeffries-Johnson fight.
He was feeling fine and In good shape
and expressed a great desire to meet Ad
Wolgast as soon as possible.
Nelson is popular here, as he owns the
finest ranch 'in New Mexico and stands i Philadelphia 45
1'itrli- Detroit 51
HOW THEY STAND.
Team P. W.
Chicago .... 46 30
Xel- i New York -4S 29
Cincinnati 44 24
Pittsburg 44 22
St. Louis 4S 22""
Brooklyn 4S 22
Philadelphia 43 IS
Boston 49 IS
Cleveland . .
Chicago . . .
St. Louis . . ,
. . 49
. . 43
Galveston . .
Oklahoma City 56
. . . 57
$ BISBEE FANS HAVE $.
-y BIG FIGHT TICKETS. &
Bisbee, Ariz., June 16. Jack -
Rice, local ticket agent for the &
Jeffries-Johnson fight, states
70 seats in the ?30 section have -
- been sold. -
E. L. Oa.tes, local representative of tho
.545 I International Corres'pondent schools, sur
.500 J prised his friends "Wednesdav night bv
Eor Ed Paand vicinitv: Fair to
niofht and Friday.
For Xew Mexico: Fair tonight and
Ftr vest Texas: Tonight and Fridav
partly cloudy weather, wanner tonight
in southern portion.
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark, 11.6
feet; this date last year, 14.3 feet.
i Highest temperature at El Paso last
j 24 hours, 97 degrees; lowest last 12
j hours, 66 degrees. (Temperature taken
.at 6 a. in., Ihursday.)
ARSENATE OF LEAD AS
A BOLL WEEVIL MENACE
Baton Rouge, La., June 16. That re
peated experiments with arsenate ' of
lead have proved conclusively that this
chemical is a protection against the
boll -ncevil is the assertion today of
William Newell, secretary of the Lou
isiana crop pest yommlsslon. Newell
issued a bulletin advising cotton plant
ers to employ this preparation.
getting .married. ionouv Knew
j thing about it tmtil it was all over, and '
Miss Bebty Yett was made Mrs. E. L. !
67 . Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Gates will be at .
New York .., 43
home, 501 Mesa avenue.
Dr. C. M. Hendricks has returned from
St. Louis, wihere he attended the annual
meeting of the American Medical asso-ciation-
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