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THURSDAY. APRIL 27. 1922.
•ED BARNEY AGAIN LEADS INDIANS TO NINTH-INNING VICTORY EIG SWMMUING MEET i©OKED FOE CRYSTAL FTOL FRIDAY NIGHT Pinch Hitter Starts Fireworks With Swat Bill Stumpf Almost Touet Off Game, but Barney Crashes Out Double and Indians Count Two Runs in Ninth and Beat Oaks, 4 to 3 BY LEO H. LASSEN OR the second straight day Ed Barney, pinch hitter deluxe, made the diamond deeds of Dick Mem well and Fred Fearnot. famous cloutera of dime novels, look like the veriest bums, when he led the Indiana to another ninth-inning victory over the Oakland Acorn yesterday. He broke up the first game of the series Tuesday with a mighty home run crash over the right field boards. Wednesday he went up to hit for Vean Gregg in the ninth inning and opened the frame with a crash ing doui>ie to center lioid. ft -tailed the rally that brought home the pork and t*ana for the Indiana. The Oaks were leading 3 to 2 when the last half of the ninth opened. Barney opened the inning with a terrific drive that sailed between Claude Cooper and Don Brown in left center. The wind carried the hall out of Cooper's reach. It was a hard smack. Tom Connolly waa sent into run for Barney, who la suf fering from a weak ankle. Billy Lane walked. Frank Schulte singled to right and Dennie Wilie mussed up the hit long enough for Connolly to •core. Then Mannie Cueto slashed a single across second and Lsne checked in with the winning run. It w»s a wonderful finish to a great ball game, and it showed that the Indians are starting to fighlt for their; games. TWO STREAK* haRE f HETKEtI ■II e.m*Miay'a gama mark*d th* Packing of two streak*. Buss Ar Istt had wnn Ova straight .game* for Oakland until ha ran Into Ed (Umsy a Co. Vean Or-gg bad loat four straight g*m*s Whlla n*lth*r pitch *r waa gt top form yesterday, bo causa of ths cold and windy w sat her. j both mro turned tn pr*tty good pitching Oregg haa loot thro* tough games In tha quartet of defra's charged to him and yesterday's tiff was th* first tlm* that th* big south paw bad got th* breaks. mrrMPrs costlt boot Pill Jttumpf turned fn a gnod gam* with on* eireptlon W**ine*day. end of roars* that ezreption had to he In the pinch. With Seattle ahead Jto t tn tha eighth Gregg walked Cooper and wnie. Two outs put thorn on third and second respectively. I-afav.j otto hit a hlg bounder tn Sttimpf and BUI threw the ball tn the dirt at Rod Murphy's feet and two rune cam* In on the had toes. Outside of that one boot BUI turned In a good game and < rhalked up two doubles at the plate But the old wetknM* In the pinch nearly eoet the tribe the bail game I-OTB or DOtBI.ES Two-baasa hits were In vogue ves tertiay. No le-s than e'ght doubt** vers collected, six going to th* Pi disns. Douhle* by Arlett and Wllie Oakland's Prat run in the hlrd frame Wllte's crash nearly ■oared over Ihe right fleld partition Jj>ns opened the gam* for Seattje with a double down the third haue. tin*. He moved up to third on' ftchulte's sacrifice and came In on | Cu'to's long fljr to left field thai ; nearly dropped In the bleachers With two away In the flph. Cueto ) doubled down the third sack "ne and came In when Kid red nearly took a leg off of Bruhaker with a drive and Brubaker threw badly to first base Billy Evans Thinks 59 Homer Mark Will Stand BY BILLY EVANS MTHAT chanc* ha* Rabo Ruth to W break bl* hoist run record In u»r Lut wdon Rath mad* It hom* ruu, breaking hi* prevtou* mark of M In 1114 Ruth mud* 14 ham* run*. That S'-emed to «ne a most extraordi 0,11-7 feat. I thought tt would stand a* a record for year# to cr»m*. * Yet th* following •*•*»" Ruth up ■et all the dop*. and prediction* of the expert*, by knocking U>* old boll tyr It circuit drive*. Pr i n i»ji R U th took part In 15J He waj at bat 140 time". Thai means ha made one home run in every nine time* at bat. Even tf Ruth waan't under suspen ■lon until May 20 and waa abl* to •tart the aeaaon. I don't believe he would top hi* mark of 11. The big fielder Insists ha la ahootlng at 71 home run*. lam of tha opinion that SI hom* run* la going to stand for wime time I have a number of reason* for *0 thinking. It la a certainty that the ball will not be *0 good thlg yaar. Th* pitch ing will be better. A number of pitcher* will hare re covered frnm the handicap placed on them when freak deliveries were eliminated. Th* pitcher* are going to work more carefully on Ruth. However, hi* greatest handicap (this year I* going to he hi* late atarf. I,ast year by May 20, th* dale for 1 the raising of Ruth's suspension, Hebe had 12 hom* runs to his credit iTo make up for the |r-<* of tho«ie do*en homers I* going to be some task. However, In 1120. when Ruth set record of IS4 home runs, he got Hiwsr lo a very poor start. During 1 Blh* month of Apnl he didn't pole a P*tngl* hom* run. I|e hrok* Into the 1 home run eolumn that year on th* first of May and by the 20th had only five home rur.s to hi* credit. Id addition, th* enforced layoff Ictrro mm BATTINti EtE Mannle Cueto found his batting eye for the first tim* (Inn th* dub | mm* home. Tin hustling little fuhin picked up two and a do ihi* knocking In th* winning run tnd driving In I .ana with hi* sacrl I flee fljr. H* also work*d Artstt for ■ walk Not a hail day. )la *»i ' >-alight off of first bg*e oiw* and h* dropped an rasy fly, but hi* offen •iv» work was so fina that hla two Had bit* of baseball war* toon for gotten. CON'CEBMNO BAHNEV When Ed Barney's w*ak ankle h*ats there won't ha any keeping him out of the lineup hu' where will th* hlg outfielder plg> * Un» Eldred and Schulte ar* all Hitting I and playing good hall In tha field. Kldred pifked up thr*a singles vee t»rday whlla ftrhulte hangad out a douhla and a single Walt McCredle'* going ta ha** a tough tlma finding a plar* for him i ari-ett picks ■em orr riiwT iwr Thrice satsrdsy Arlait nipped fn dlan runn*ra off fir*t baa*. And Artett la a righthand*d finger. which makes his feat all tha mors remark able Kldred. Cuato and I-ana w*ra tha thraa (Mlii< 'lfUmt Oregg fooled Brown and nallad tha Oak out fielder off of tha fnt cushion. HOW 4ROIT DAItlTf Seattle fan* who (aw Joe Hall*? turn tn hla §vsa»t gama Sunday agalnat Vernon ar* wondering whath ar l-ong Joa wtll Uka hta ragular turn on tha mound Ha showed th* f!n»*t atuff Sunday that ha ha* dished up •tn>'* tha fall of ltl9 when ha showed premise of develop ;hg Into a great pJtr-har Ha haa th* ■tuff and may kirk thru If wwk*d regularly. Ila may g*t today's a* slgnment again*! tha Oaka. ca«et in i.ood iMrmii Whan It come* to railing hall* and • trtk** th*r* Ui llttla douht but that pearl Casey la th* clase of th* roast l*agu* umplree There ar* vary few klrka registered sgalnst Caaay'a decision* H* waa a fln* le»doff man whan h* played second bare for tha old Portland North, srestrrn league rlub «n<l ha ha* kept I hla »ya. It'g too had that thta hlg minor laagua mn't hav* mora offJ 1 clals of hla caliber due to tlv* suspension lent going to Sharpen th* Babe* hatting eye- Ther* Is nothing like hitting against real pitching In actual competition t* strike nn*'s strld* at th* plat*. I dont think Ruth haaachanc* to do any record smashing this yaar a* far aa horns run* are concerned The big fellow, however, I* a *up*r mnn and does th* *eem!ngly linpo* slbi*. Ruth hsa on* other smhttlnn In baseball. He would Ilk* to lead th* American league In hitting. If h* would mak* up his mind that smashing th* hom* run record wss out of the question this year and do more bunting, mixing them up. h* would have an excellent chance to reallx* his ambition. On* thing I* certain, no matter when h* make* his debut. Ruth will do many a thing this summer that will make th* fan* talk. lie'* th* big thrill In baseball. PARIS. April 27 Jack Oempsey I,** re< etvwl a big offer from * Brit ish syndicate and may flglit C.*org»s f»rpent*r In I-ondon If Die French man whip* Ted I/*wl*. Jack Kearn* announced. NEW TORK. April 27. *«*r two more workouts of a mile und a quarter and a mile. Morrlch. the J year old. will be shipped to lAtilavllle on Msr to get resly for th* Ken tucky Derby. HT I/Ol'IH. April 27 On th* pro »e*t of Ty Cobb that he »*s using nn lll*g:.l delivery, ae/eral I alls used by Diinforth, Rrown pitcher, have t>e«n forwarded to Run Johnson. Cobb clslms h* cuts »he tmll with his finger nails. MT VERNON.—E. E Jungbluth, of Seattle, salesman for Allw-rs Mill Ing company, arrested on chsrges of re. W less driving and possessing In toxicating liquor when his car col lides with that of Dr. R. J. Caasrll of Bedro-Woollsy. The Statistics mcirtv com uunra W«n txi. f't. »ttt f4ht it • .ttr \9t t>r* || I 491 lt • ttt ?.«»• It It t*t Mrrtm»nU ........... 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TRIP yon ROI NII TH 11* I DAILY AT %lll>\ MsHT I i?too »HHV|«;UT I | IIAII. t **. M, I i»«il I rl<|fli« m, 1 4 fOO A. *t< Onlr I I I I t-:«»AV. lOt.lll |>. >l. I [■M|MMaagM||aM*BMSMMM THF SF.ATTIF STAR WILLS VS. DEMPSEY ACROSS POND SOON? Bout Probably Would Draw Big Over There; Brown Predicts WilU Would Not Last Five Rounds With the Utah Mauler BY HKARI'RN BROWN ACK KEARNS, manager of one Jacques Dempsey, an the French call the world'# heavyweight title holder. I* a smart young man under ordinary circumstances, and when money is in the air. Kearns is keyed up to a sharpness vicing with that of the pro verbial tack. Kearns and his fighter couldn't make any money in the United States, except on the vaudeville stage, for there is BOOOdf over hereToTight'except Harry Wills, the best colored heavy weight in the world, and the canny Yankee promoters aren't .crowding for a chance to stage the bout. There is quite a I chance that the public in this country wouldn't support such i n go. in which case everybody connected with the fight ex cept the boxer* would lose money. So the Jwo Jacks are in Kurop* on a "sight-seeing tour. It won't he a succeaa until some heavy coin \% sighted, unlen* the nature of Mr. Kearns is greatly misuaderstood. Rumor has it that lfarry Wills will cross tht water and do battle !>efore the I,ondon fight bugs this year. Rumors are tricky thing*. Yet thin one is likely to bear fruit. The Knglish. after years of such champions as I Bombardier Wells, Joe Beck- > ett et al.. are ready for any thing, and will get a real kick out of seeing Dempsey maul I Wills around a rinf. Wills is the logical candi date as things shape Just now. If the pair meets this year, press agents will smokf up Will* u-til he will look like a nillion dollars, and the liet tinir otMa won't be topheavy in the champion's favor—that is, in England. Wills, phy sically, is a marvel. He out weighs Dempsey. has a long er reach, a punch like a mule'* ikick, and m his equal in box ing skill. With this basis for argu ment, the l)oys hired to create interest in the bout thru the public press will have an easy job. One thing they'll for jret to mention: Wills hasn't the stamina to take the gosh awful walloping Dempaey al- Washington and 0. A. C. Relay Carnival Favorites KY MA KOI.I) MARQI'IS f KIGIIT mm will be Iwlu^M In Washington* lint of entries for tha Itelay Carnival Saturday af ternoon. Coach Bdmundaon haa lined up a high rlaes bunch of cinder alar* ■ nil tha Purple and Oold team will be strong contender* for Iha coa*t title Waahlngton won tha carnival laat year from O A C and Southern lallfornla. the *?rong*at rival* With tha Trojan* out of competition thla, <«ar tha hi# fight will l>a batwaao i tha Aggie* and Washington Mon-1 tana haa *everal gfwwl antrlaa and Oregon tray lina up naar tha top In tha flnala. Tha Bun Dodgera will be atrongar I In tha ahortar runa than In tha dla tanca and pantathalon avanta Via; Hurley la Mapping aa faat aa ever and Will ha an almoat certain first 'ln tha rpectal century. Caaey An-J ,der««n la out of tha rnra thla week I with a atralnad ligament and Johnny jwilaon will probably be tha other entry In tha 10# In lha half mile ralay. Kdmundaon | will hara Hurley, Wlleon, Al Pre* and Reg Pratt. Fraa U tha only n»w i man on lha team. and haa b#an ahow-1 Varsity Baseball Club Murders 0. A. C. Nine TIP Oregon Aggie* were lad to an unmerciful •laughter yeaterdav afternoon at th- handa of the Wash ington half team In tha aecond gani« of the series. The Pnrple and (Jold nine abut out the Ileavera and trot ted In IV run* during the game. Plbert Harper pitched for tha local club and held the Aggtee completely at hla control. Ill* apeed wa* ton much for the Oregon b«t*men and HIGH SCHOOL . NET DATES SET The following «rh*4uto ha* b**n ■ outlined for «h# hU|h achool tannin champlMtohlp Tha prallmj -1 tin fit a havs bean 4* led for Mondays <ind Thur«Mtejri. Kach aohool will f •viry other achool In alntflnn ' and doubla*. Mar 1 Oarflald va Mnraln. at Lincoln; ( franklin »■ Waat ftaattla, at franklin; Drnadwiy v« Ptlltrd. Broadway. Mar < l.lneoln va Waat Waattla, at Want «aattla. flroadway va Franklin. at franklin. Wuaan Ann* m Mallard. at flaliard. Ma-. I -Oarflald va Qoaan Anna, at Oarflald. »a Pranhlln.it IJnaoln; | riri>«4varva Waat Aoaltla. at Waat Ha attla. Mny 11—Oarflald Waat llaattla. at j Oarflald Franklin va Uallard, at Frank* I lln; guaan Anna va. Broadway, at Ilroad way. Mar l» Oarflald va Franklin, at Franklin f,lnealn »a fWllarA at Haiiarrt. Q«iaan Anna va. Waat laattla. at Qtiaan Ann* May Oarflald va flaliard. at Oar ft aid; Hroadway va. I.lnrnln, at Brn»f] way; Quaan Anna va. Franklin, at guaan A nna. Mar tf —Bmad way va Oarflald. a» Oarflald. Quaan Anna va Klnonin, at Lincoln: ftnilard va. Waat Haattla, at \V*»t Alt'Cltjr cliamplupililp* M»/ :| Jun» 1.1 ways delivers in the fir»t three or four round* of hi* fights. In other words. Will# will I* a licked man l*fore he ever climbs Into the ring with the chum pi on. because he can't take "em. Sam Langford has kayoed Wills. I>angford and Bill Tate have also taken everything Wills could hand out in 10- round fights, and haven't ex actly tottered from the rinjc at the finish. The brightest spot in Wills' record is his three-round knockout of Fred Fulton. But Fulton, as usual when stacked against a good man, was scared and looking for a soft spot when he answered the first bell. And then. Fulton lasted just 18 seconds against Dempsey. Harry Wills, good as he looks, won't stay five round* wtth Jack Dempsey, if they meet within a year. (In* hi* heel* to all but Hurlay. ||a alao will contend |n tha mlla relay, with Don Douglaa, ilarry Ilea l and Pd Kerry. Waihlnfton took three placea in the quarter tn both dual meet a last yaar. and tha quartet of 440 men ara all winner* The half mllara Washington will I enter ara naalt, Douglas. Parry and Hill William* Parry la the only new comer to varalty rank*. Ha puahad iteal! to a tla fintah In tha tryout* , and round* out a strong (earn. The mlla runner* are an unknown quantity at Washington thla aaa»on. Zaner won tha tryouta at <i<4, with Rwlng, Plnkey and Allen close be j hind, W *. C and O A C ara both ' rated much wronger than the purvla and Gold four mlla team Metlen will ba the Washington I pantathalon entry. Ha haa a rood i mark In tha Javelin and broad Jump, I but I* uncertain In tha runa and dl*- cu«. Additional Oregon entrle* arrived thla week, which Include a mile relay j tram of Kiinderlea*. Wyatt. Ri*ley rtnd Walkley, O. A. C. confirmed en. trie* in all avanta. Including a pant athalon entry of Snook, Rlckart and ' l»olton. In the final frame* Coach Matthew* told him to let up to give the In fielder* some work. Washington repeated their flr»t In ning rally attain yesterday, tallying eight runa In the opening frame. Three pitcher* were used against them until Kn*berg*r finally *topped the rampage. Two bunt* acored two run* In the opener and nakke and j Harper lifted olrcult clout* with men on baae* Zamberlaln knocked an other fotirhas* clout In the **cond W**hlngton played tight hall In the field behind Harper, while a string of three error* added to the tallies ngalnst O A C. The loi-sl In- Infield machine w*» In perfect order nnd showed all the elaa* of a pro fessional quartet. Score hy Inning*: R. 11 K, o a. r o « J Waahlngton II 1* 2 potteries Taggart. Mendenhall and Duffy; ll*n>er and Mile*. ROGERS WILL BOX MICHAELS Provldln* Frankla Rogera, welter weight, ran mnka 19* for Hobby Mlfltaala. til* pair will meat In tha main avent of ne»r weelt'a Caei-art* Athletic rlub amoker at tha Arann. th« management haa announced, Ron*™ liax been out of tha ring for a long period, recuperating from a broken Jaw atiffered In bin last go with Travle Diivlei If Rogera la un able to maka the weight. aoma other boy will tm lined up for Mlchaela, who la rapidly developing Into a knockout king among Northwest llghllca. Few New Juniors Listed Star League Clubs Add Newcomers for Sun day's Ball Games ONT.T a few rhangea were made Wednehday In the regt.tratlon llata by Star Junior bna.ball piloia llrtino Jarvla haa b*.n added to the I Hitman M.rrhanu and L. Band at rum haa Iwen dropped. Krttnk Johneon hea b.»n dropped by the t. V. Weet*rman rompany Cory Mi Klnnon. form.r I'eln club play.r, haa b**n algi>»d by the Mt. Ilak.r Cigar company. Jack 1 >«•!.< ny ha. I»»*n algnrd by the Ft*m»nt Cyilon.. and Harry Chrlatlan haa h**ti rel*aa*d Jo* Nlaon haa h**n llat.d hy the Rrown Itroth.ra llllllarda and Klliott haa been relraaed 11.*. Rol>*rt., liana Kordatrom and Ptanton Cannon have b*eu r.glatered by the tndeprod.nta. Manager, of all teama muet re m.ml.»r that the final chang*a In thee* ll.ta are du. May I. No more ittmn II nt*n are allowed under con tract and each pilot ahould mak* It « point to oall at the office neit Wednraday to check over hie regie tration h* fore the llata are cloaed for j the year. The complete re whedule for Hundev'a gam., will hi publl.h.d In (fwtiorrow'a Btar. All home t«..m managrre ahould check over the llata and ahould Inform The Star If they have not been able to obtain tha grounda from tha play-field car. • tali era. PHILLIES BOAST TWO COIN KINGS Moat of tha etperts hava figured (be Philadelphia Nationals aa rtrtaln to finish In last plAce Possibly th* Phillies will fait to that lowly position aod msks th« esperts look good Kven If »urh Is tha raw th* PhllUa* hava a claim to distinc tion. ■ On tha club this year ar* two •mail town bank pra*id*nta. Fr*d < "C") Williams and Arthue P. Eletrh. ar. H'lthfr haa been out of tha gama for a yesr looking after Ma hualn*** Interests. This season ha waa prevailed upon to rtturn and help out tha Ptillllaa. Cr Williams Is a Notra Daina graduata and a mighty flna ball |pla>*r ll* I* r*rtaln to b* equally surceaasfu! In business. Williams Is president of a Hank gt Three I-*k«* Wis , and also Is heav lly Inleraaied In Florida real ratals. Playing hall thl» *umm*r Is mors or less of a vacation for both. HURLER SORIA SOLD TO BEES Duffy I.*wis augmented his Salt l-ake pitching staff this meek with ih* purchaso of Prank Moris, south naw pitcher, from Ix>a Angel** l,ewla haa h«*n dickering with a coti pl* of major league club* for south r«*w nWn*onemenl. snd Is still in th* notion to tak* on any new material that la availgbl*. an>s a Houlhern wlrs. Varsity Crew May Race U. of Wisconsin Negotiation* with tha t'nlvar •lty of Wlaconaln hava lieen opened by the graduata manager'* office at tha I'nlveralty of Waah Ington. In an effort to arrang* * dual craw regatta with Wlaconaln at Marlon. W!*.. whit* lha coast champion* ara ">n their way to tha big Pastern regatta. Aa Wash ington I* certain to make the trip, providing funda ara r*laad, little difficulty la anticipated In lining up tha tilt with Wlacona l n. Taste it * nutter of . We Mate It u our hone* belief (bat the tobacco* u»rd MLH SaR In Che*t«r6eM are of finer ft quality (and hence of better F tute) than in any other AM tiprtm at the price. Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos —bUndei Lower Pricee * 20 now 18c 10 now 9c ,r , J#* (Two 10'a —18c) 4 J/jM Ed Walsh Master of Spitball Billy Evans Tells of Great Pitching of the Former White Sox Mound Star RT HIU.Y EVANS KD WAI.KII a pllcb.r *>• on. of th* grfcutr.l the gun* .v.r produced. W.l.h *u K .pwl.lt.f, . .plfhall pitch.r CnqiiMtlonablr ftf tiul th. irntMl nontrol of th« tpllb.ll of any twirl.r who haa .v.r uml th. mow d.liv.ry, Tha apltball la difficult In rontrol, y.l I n.var h.arJ any on. aajr th.y .v.r aa jr Walah ha v. a atrMk of. wlldn.M It waa un> »nny tha way ha rould make th. .pKtar l*hav». With th. oount thr.. ball, and j two atrtk.a f.w pltch.ra who hav« .v.r th. aplt ball would r<-*ort to that «tyl. In th. pinch It waa on lurh ivcaalon. Walah Innlatrd on ualnc It. "No cripiiJ.. to pick on In a pinch" waa hla alofan, and h. r.lt floualy adh.r#d to tt. WhII. Walah haa twirls nt ramarkabla |am*a, two c"lH«ta r.cand out from hla point of vi.w. A (.KMT BKKWT On. of th. fam.a wai a I In ( affair h. I oat to Ctovatond twck In !»0« Th« 1.1. Ad.ll* Jo»a pltch.d asuliiai him Walah .truck out IS m»n. but Joaa waa *v»n b.tt.r. 11. didn't Allow a run or hit. and not a Chicago playar rMc-had flrat •>»*.. It waa a p.rf.ct .xhlblttoa of pitching on tha part of Joaa. Tha oth.r gam. »u .'ag.d hark In lit] agalnat th. Boaton club. Wal.h won tha gam., t to 0. ll* didn't allow a run or hit and atruck out »!ght mm. Only on. man r.a< h»4 flrat to mar a p*rf»ct .ahtbltlon of pitch Ing. I umpired hall, and atrlkra In that gam* and recall tha altuatlon aa w.ll aa If It wa. happening today. Oi«» Rngl. wa* tha only man to r.aeh flrat baM. In th. fourth In nlng two down, h. work«*l th. r«uni o »hr». iMilla and two .trlkr*. fotilrd off a ooupl. and th.n walkM on a fourth ball that w«a wid. of th. plate. Out .Id* of that on. man TVal.h pitched p»rf»-tly and waa wjualty w.ll Th. fourth ball on Kngta wa« eo wtd. of 'h. plat, there vaunt .v.n the alight.M p rot .at, Aftw th. gum. wa. o»*r and It wa. dlacflvww! Kngl. waa th. only man who r#«. had flrat baa* I waa mighty glad the ball on which f walk«l hlrn waa mo bad that no on. nu*.tlon*d my Judgm.nt. Had It b»#n clou. I might hav* b**n accuatwl of apoillng a pitching IN GREAT FORM Watih waa In gr.a* form that dar 111. aplt ball waa unhlttabl. and control p»rf*ct. Kngte waa rrally lh« only batt.r he waa tn trouble on. The R.d Bo* w*re a hard hitting Hub, which mad. the feat *ll the more noteworthy. For a pitcher to eo handle a lin.up Including Bp*ak.r, Carrlgan. Wagnrr Y*rk*a, Oardnrr. Kngl. and llenrlckaon waa certainly going aom». WAKEFIELD'S BILLIARDS TMK rt\r.*T Pt.ATISIO Mt'lP»l«l%T NEW CI'RHIONS—NEW BAIXA—NEW flilTH Tasesty als ■llltarg Table* Taeeafy ( arg Tskbs •Is Marker < hairs r*aaatala—Seatasrsst Joshua Green Budding Fourth and Pika WE SEU. KAKEKALX. TICKETS BASEBALL Pacific Coast TOD AY, 2:45 P. M. OAKLAND vs. SEATTLE Double-Header Sunday at 1:30 P. M. lia4lr*' Day tvrrr Thumday Chlldrrn't Dajr every Heterved neat* for Suturdar and Sunday tam« now on aala tit! AKT.IDR BIIIJMNG—I'MONK KIJJOTT MM National Event Is Scheduled City Water Titles to Be Settled in Big Meet in Seattle Natatorium WITH Harry Hpeldel and Hpridl \* aachar, of the Cryatal ftwlm mine club, and Jonathan Trumbull, of the t'nlveralty of Washington, alight favorlt»« over the reat of tha field of randidatea for tha national 1&0 yard backatroka Junior cham plonahlp, all preparations for th« event bava bean made bjr tha loeal club. according to Don Vlrkera. chairman of tha Cryatal Bwimmlng ciub rornmli tee Tha avent will ba ata«ed at the Cryatal Pool Friday night. No K.i*tem entrtea hare been r» corded. Jimmy ICgan, of tha Port land Hatha. waa expected to maka • bid for tha title, but had not flic 4 hla entry up to a lata hour today. CITY KNTKIKtt H( HKIM I.KII Tha title avent haa bean aanctloned by and la under tha auaplcea of tha A. A. U . In addition to tha national awtm, elty champlonahlp eventa for matl. wntnen and children will be et«-«4. In tha men'* 10 yarn irveatyla »wlm, lumber! Sternberg*, Harry MrWatiera. ftprtgga Weedier and Hobert Hmlth. ail ("ryafal club men, are cloaely bunchad favor |t«a. Bternbergh. who hold* tha M yard and 190 yard P. N. A. breagt atroke tltlea. la favored to take thoa* event*. but rloa* competition la looked for from Merlin Kaddan and Ciua Jarvla. Harry MrWatter and Mltrla Kan. owaloff atand out among tha acpl. rant, to tha city 100>ard freaatyl# title. FKMIXTNB KVKNTS Tha feminine mermalde wfll ham the name dlitance and atroke-atyla eventa aa hava tha men. wt»h tha free atyla event ahortened to 19 yarda. , Prominent unoni the entrant* arat j Klennor Corey and Iyiulae T.lttla. of ! the T M C. A., and Heater FUatman, 1 preaent amateur champion In tha 19- yard hack atroke, and Maud Hamaby, of the Cryatal Swimming club. Bhort rarea tn frea atyla, far chil dren. with erenta for both bora and glrla from I to IS yeara. hara been added to the evening'* menu for wae ter antbualaata. Karl A. Fry will referee an erenta. Charley Hulen will act aa ■ tarter, and Jimmy Arbulhnot. Enoch Bag* [ ahaw. Walter Reaebocg and Do* I Walla will render tha deHalona. Th* m»*t Iw to utart at t o'clock Krldaj- »v»nln|. KELSO —n. L> Prle*. minifW of I'nlon Oil Co.. thrown thru wind *hl«ld when radius rod on auto broka. Not aerlou*ly Injure*! CTTTCAOO—Mr« Jan at Mlrkaf, 4*. ratidltlatf for nomination for jotwtv or tn romlnf Jun» primartaa, com mit ■ aulrlde by takln* polaon. rACE A