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I Remember Number 1322 Pac. Aye. I
The Funniest Baseball
Play I Ever Saw-No. 3
BY LARRY GARDNER.
Third Baseman, Boston Red Sox.
The funniest thing I ever saw
on a baseball field was a pitcher
Sliding clear past third base and
spiking s coacher, and at the
same time preventing his team
from making what might have
been considered a serious error.
The play came up in a game
between the Red Sox and St.
Louis Browns. Patsy Donovan
waa our manager at the time and
he was coaching at third base.
We needed a run, and Bill
Bailey was making It bard for us
to get It. We had a runer on
second base when a long fly was
bit to right center.
Donovan signalled the runner
to come on after the catch and,
as the outfielder hauled in the
ball the runner sprinted for third,
and the center fielder threw to
nail him. It was evident that the
play was going to be a close one.
Bailey came tearing across to
back up the third baseman. Just
aa he reached the base line his
feet slipped and he fell sliding
feet high ln the air straight at
Donovan who was too interested
la the welfare of the runner to
see Bailey. Bailey slid straight
Into Donovan, spiked him and
brought him down on top of him
self. Meanwhile the runner slia
to third, the ball took a crooked
hop, got past the baseman and
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hlt Bailey, who recovered it be
fore the base runner could start
home, and prevented a score. It
is the only time on record that a
pitcher spiked the coacher.
BONDS WILL BOX
AT OWN THEATER
Joe Bonds, who just announced
his purchase of the Majestic thea
ter, 23rd and Pacific, will stage
an exhibition boxing match in the
theater Saturday night. Bonds
will box "Kid" Clements at the
three evening performances. Cle
ments is a lively youngster. He
acted as sparring partner for
many of the boxers while the sea
son was running well this wlntsr.
WHITE FAILS TO,"
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Feb. 26.
—Charlie White fought an uph'll
bout with Champion Freddie
Welsh last night In Milwaukee,
losing the 10-round no decision
bout, according to the verdict of
spectators and newspaper men,
by a wide margin.
It was a fast battle. White
started with a rush, and had an
advantage ln the first and second
rounds. Then Welsh began bor-
SOX AND YANKEES WILL
MAKE SHOWING, SAYS FAN
NEW YORK. Feb. 26—"Watch
the White Sox and the Yanks this
season; next October Is going to
find them a whole lot nearer the
top than did last October. May
be one of them will win the pen
This was the warning given at
a recent league meeting here by
a veteran manager who has seen
seasons come and go—many more
than he cares to admit.
"For why?" he echoed. "Just
this—the Sox are due to make
things hot for the winner because
they have all the requisites of a
darned good team; and the Yanks
JACK CURLEY IS BUSY MAN
BL PASO, Feb. 26—Jack Cur
ley, promoter of the Jack John
son-Jess Willard championship
fight, is in a mess of trouble.
Johnson is ln Havana, and can't
come to Mexico because of the or
ders of General Carranza. tie
can't come to the United States
because of the indictments against
Curley Is now on his way lo
Havana- to consult with the big
black, and today's indications are
that the bout will be scheduled
In Havana, and the Juarez date
Val Comstork received de>
clslon over Herold Cronan
der, after extra round; Oust
Hlooni defeated Frank Nic
rarato; Jack Shaughnessy
defeated Sandy Carbone,
bout stopped ln fourth; Al
Save defeated Jack Ctun
miugs; Dick Richmond de
feated Steve Burke, bout
stopped in second round;
Chris Knelling defeated Al
Foreman; FI Unit lost to Ray
Hunter; Ikldlo Qulnn defeat
ed Charley Bennett; 'Babe"
Sullivan defeated Jeff Christ
The Armory Amateur Athletic
association's boxing tournament
last night was a real treat. The
boxers were in good condition,
they were willing, and they show
ed good generalship in the ring.
The only bout that proved one
sided was the one between Dick
Richmond and Steve Burk, which
was stopped ln the second round
and given to Richmond.
CAN'T ENTER IF
THEY DON'T MAKE
75 MILES AN HOUR
VENICE, Cal., Feb. 26.—The
first annual Venice Grand Prix,
March 17, will establish a prece
dent for road races by having a
restricted entry list. The man
agement has announced only cars
capable of making a lap of tha
three-mile course at an average
speed of seventy-five miles an
hour will be permitted to com
pete. It Is the Intention to limit
the entries to fifteen ln order that
a higher average for the race may
be had. The Venice parkway is a
road course and not to be com
pared to Corona's circle where the
average was 87. Seventy-five
miles Is the same speed as re
quired on the Indianapolis speed
way. This is the first time ln
history a road race has undertak
en to demand a qualifying mark,
R. C. CLUB STARTS
TROUBLE IN FEDS
CHICAGO, Feb. 26.—And now
the Insides ot the Federal league
will probably be displayed-to the
Last night dlssentlon broke out
In the Feds when the Kansas City
club filed an Injunction on Presi
dent Otlmore against the propos
ed transfer of the club's franchise
to P. T. Powers of New York.
The club says that it hai
money to pay Its d*bts, and that
there is no reason"Vhy it should
be sold. The hearing will be
Ing ln, and for five rounds a the
3rd to 7th, Inclusive—he gave
White a terrible drubbing.
White's eyes puffed, his face was
swollen, and he plainly showed
the punishment that he was re
In the eighth round White
shaded Welsh, and the last two
rounds were even. Both men
rushed throughout, but neither
seemed particularly anxious to
land a knock-out blow.
because they are in the Braves'
class —not conceded much of a
chance at the start of the season
—and have a rlp-snortln' mana
ger ln BUI Donovan who will get
more work out of his men tha i
any man ln the business with the
exception of George Stslllngs.
"Those White Sox have a real
team now that Eddie Collins Is
playing second bag. He's a whole
team ln himself, for that matter.
Collins is going to cover a multi
tude of sins with his batting and
base running. And he's going to
steady this big, heavy-hlttln'
Frenchman, Fournler, at first,
And What In Return?
OL.YMPIA, Feb. 26— Tho ex
pense of the present legislature to
date has been $66,986.
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Prices Paid Producers For
Meats, Butter, Eggs, Poultry
Livestock—Cows, BO8c; calves
B«>9ai hogs, 7Vfcc; sheep, 4® sc;
lambs, 80. Dressed hogs, 100.
Butter ana Eggs—ltancn but
ter, 30©31o; strictly fresh ranch
eggs, 21© IBe.
Poultry — rnickens, dressed,
14®16o; ducks, 8c; squabs, $2;
chickens, live, 9©l2c.
Belling Prices to Retailers f
For Butter, Eggs and Cheese j
4 mm. 4
Cheese—Washington, 16c; Til
Eggs—Fresh ranch, 22 ©22c.
Storage, [email protected]
32® 33c; Oregon, 29c; East
Wholesale Meat Prices.
Fresh Meats — Steers 12 H _t
13c; cows, llV_©i2c, heifers,
12c; hogs, trimmed sides, 16 He;
ewes, lie; mutton, wethers,
12 He; lamb. 14c; veal, 12© 14c.
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PrlcesPald Wholesale Heal
ers For Vegetables, Fruit
Fruits—Native apples, 75 ©$l.
Bananas, 4Via lb. Jap oranges,
box, 75c. Oranges, Camellas,
$2.35 per box. Lemons, $3 ©3.50.
Orape fruit, $3.50 box. Call grape
fruit, $2.50 box. Persimmons,
10c lb. Pomegranates, $2 box.
Spanish Malaga grapes, $7.50 keg.
Pineapples, $2.50 dos.
Vegetables—Green onions. See
dot.; Oregon yellow, cwt., $1.65
©1.76. Hd lettuce. Call., $2.25 pr
crate; leaf lettuce, 780. Yaki
man turnips, $1.26; rutabagas.
$1.25 sack; carrots, $1.25. Pota
toes, Netted Gem, $20©21 ton.
White River, $19 ©20 ton Cab
bage $1.76 cwt. Oregon cauliflow
er, $2.25 crate. Spinach, $1.25
box. Chill peppers, $1.35 box. Wax
brsos, Be. Pump-Ins, lHc. Ore
gon cider, >6©3oa. Celery. $1 cr.
-Sprouts, 8c lb. Florida tomatoes,
$5 crate. Rhubarb, 10c lb. Sweet
Potatoes, 2%0 lb. Parsley 30c
Brussels sprouts, 8c lb; egg
plant, 10 lb. Cal. Hubbard
squash, 2He lb.
Hops, 1914 crop, 11 ©12 He;
llli crop, nominal.
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Wholesale Hay and Grain
4 • 4
Wbest hsy, $14© IS; clover,
$16 017; alfalfa, $14 ©16; corn,
|S6; cracked, $36; wheat, $52;
Shorts, $34: bran, $32; oats, $41.
Torn to vie want ads, page O
It will save yon t'me and money
This Fielder Has More Friends I
Than Any Player-Who Is He?|
Here's another member of the All-Star Masked team. He's
the fifth player that we have exhibited. If you haven't entered
the contest yet, get the last four copies of The Time-, turn to tha
Spore Page, and study the pictures.
This man Is a cener fielder. He once stole 100 bases or
more in one season aad ln one other year he butted better than
He always catches them with Ids hands turned up and held
close to Ids breast. His catches while sliding forward may help
yon recall him to mind. He always was what is know as a
"dead right field hitter," although his averages show him one of
the best that ever played In the game.
He probably has more friends than any man who ever
played baseball, not excepting Kelly.
CAN YOU NAME HIMT
First prize for the best answers to all nine puzzles is a sea
son ticket to Athletic park. Second prize is a season ticket, and
third prize is a share of stock in the Tacoma club.
"SAID MR. SMITH TO MR. BROWN"
« /TPIW C_r> They tell me that j Tou can not know
«|IY *»* wt|__| The real thiu& in drinks, By Jo.
~ «% _/\. Until you taste a good Gin Sling
/\ f\\ Or a Gin Phosphate, 'tis a thing
(C V V^-^ja Jt^»»» Of joy for evermore; Let's toss
r<A T° see wno stands the drinks, Old Hoss.
Li mV Our unrivalled stock of high quality Fancy
! iL\ L 1 ll___j Wines, Sauternes, Cordials and Liquors of all
~~~ J&mT AY kinds, now on sale at closing prices.
-^ IMPORTED GINS
DOMESTIC GIN Booth's Old Tom Gin, $1.50, now $1.00
_„ .. _, , . Holland Gin, "Wynand & Focnik", $1.50,
Millshire. For punty and now $100
delicacy-of flavor it haa Night oap Gin/extra large bottle,* $1.75,
noequal, $1, now .... 75c ow ## # * .„... $1.25
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Main 1733 Main 7133
Friday, Feb. 26,1015.
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