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THE DAILY CAPT TAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON', WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1914.
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Fred Clnrko's Aggregation Picked ns
Most Formidable Rival in National
by Now York Sport Writoru.
MANY NEW FACES ARE SEEN
IN PITTSBURG THIS SEASON.
Infield Hns Been Strengthened ftnl the
Raid of Federal Loague Itas Not
Been at All Serious,
(BY HAL SHERIDAN.)
New York, April 1. " Wiilrli Prod
Cliuko mid his team uf Pirates," was
(lie wont punned nlmur t)a('lmll row
licro tmlny Ity Nbw York (quirt writcrH
who lui v vihitcd tlm traiiihiK cnini uf
tlit varimiH Niitioiuil lenuo I'lilm.
"Tliat'n tlio team, they milled, "lliat
ilin (iiautH w ill liavo to lint for the
This iiredirtlon speaks well fur the
immaterial aliility of Clarke, oipee
ially when it considered that Imh
teani whs rippeil up oonsidenihly l.y
the trnde with St. l.ouis and ttie activ
ity of the 1'Vderal lehKiie, l'ndialily
tlio liarilent lilow will the jumping of
Twirler Koliinson to the outlaws,
WnKiier Rounding Out,
Hans AYauuer, thn veteran short stop
and tile kevstouo of the infield, is
HhiipinR up thiH spriiig like a youngster.
Moans is in Hplendid eondit ion, ami the
l'iratei liavo always lieea a fonnidalile
ii,'(,"'eiition when tlio Imk (iennaa was
"I expert Wapner to have the best
HPasnn in veins," said f'larhe, "and
fire You Still
Are you doing without light and throwing
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your home and also
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beginning tomorrow. Look at these prices !
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that means wo will liavo a good chancfl
to cop the flag. The old boy is brim
ming over pith 'pep'; his batting eyo
was never better and ho is fielding
with the same akill that eharaeterized
his work when he was at his best. He
is faster right now than any of my
youngsters, and ho is certainly going
to be a terror this season to the Na
tional league pitchers.
New Plratos Numerous.
Many new faces ill be seen on the
1'ittsbnrg club. Tlio infield will bo
composed of Koaetchy, Voix, Wagner,
and Alowroy. The outfielders are Cib
son, Coleman, Wait sad Kafore. The
pitchers include AUiuns, Mc(juiilo',i,
Harmon, Knntlelinnr, Con.olman, Har
mon, () 'Toole, Delhi and Duffy,
I'itlsburg has boon weak at, first bnJ
since the duys of ''Kilty" llransfild,
but with the acquisition of Konctchy,
who riimn to the ''irates in the trade
that sent .lack Miller and "'Chief"
Wilson to St, l.ouis, Clarke has one. of
the best first suckers la either major
b'ogue. Voix is one of .tho fastest men
in the game, will be nt second, Wagner
lit short and Miko Mowrey ut third.
TO SATISFY TWO MEN
FUNITKI) I'HKSS I.KASHU WIllE.
Stockton, Cal., April 1. Sally Su!
vator and Frankio Kirk were both lix
appo nted today over tho draw decision
in their 10 round fight hero last night.
Kirk had tho load in tho ourly rounds
and Salvntor had nia.h the better of the
last few sessions, Tho fans were satis
fied (hut tho referee's pudguient was
good, Tommy Donahue won a It round
decision from Johnny Dunne, nnd Kid
Curnow beat (He Olson la four round').
JOE WELLING WINS HIS
BATTLE WITH PTCATO.
l.o Angeles, April 1. Joe Welling
of Chicago, is today in line for some
top notch matches, following his i!0
round victory over Hube l'ieato, the
I. os Angeles light weight, last night
a chance to brighten
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at Vernon arena. Welling towered
above, l'ic.ato and his advantage in
reach stood him ir good stead. Ho
surprised even his friends by his good
work at close range, which was sup
posed to bo his weak spot.
1'iouto fought a game uphill battle.
Promoter .Mcf'nrey promised Welling
a match with Mexican. Joo Rivers for
an early date.
Steve Ketehcl got a 10-round deci
sion over Kid Dalton in n prelimiuiary.
ODDS ARE TWO TO ONE IN
FAVOR OF CLABBY TODAY
IllNITKB 1'I.ESS IJCASKD WlltE.
Sua Francisco, April . Orders for
a largo reservation ot seats from Sacra
mento fans for tho round bout at
Daly City Friday evening between Jim
my Clubby ami Hilly Murray were ro
eeivoil today by Promoted Coffroth. At
least -0(1 fans from tho capital city
will witness the bout. They will come
on a special train.
Doth Murray and Clabby continued
thoir training work, and encouraging
reports were received from their camps.
Clubby never trained harder for a fight
and ho will certainly enter tho ring in
prime condition. Pressure of Clabby
ley force,) tho odds to '1 to 1 on the
easterner Into vesterdav.
HARRY WOLVERTON IS NOT
DISCOURAGED BY SHOWING
UNITm PHRS8 I.KASRD W1BH.I
Sacramento, Cnl April 1. Although
tho Delivers walked all over- tho Sei.
ators, X to I, in the opening game of the
season, Harry Wolverton was not dis
couraged today, lliggiubothani issued
eight, passess and was touched up for
eight hits, but with men on bases ho
pitched airtight ball, striking out nine!
Sneramonlnns. Kluwitter got off to a
bad start, Walter Doano enjoyed tln
distinction of making tho first home'
run of the season, j
Tho biggest opening day crowd in t ho i
history of Sacramento saw tho game.
it. was estimate.i tlutt 7,000 porsons
were in attendance.
MUGGSY M'GRAW NURSES
SORE JAW AFTER FIGHT j
Houston, Texas, April 1. Manager
"M.uggsy" Mcllraw of tho New York,
(limits nursoil u sore jnw hero today as
the result of a fist fight here yesterday '
w ith l'nt. Newnaa, manager of tho Hons-1
ton club. The two managers quarreled;
just before the gamo was schedule ! to
start. Newnaa landed oa Metlraw's'
jaw when tho New York manager re
ferred to him us u busher and Muggxy
was out for three minutes. Fletcher
then sent ll right to Newnaa ' jaw but)
they were 'opnttod beforo further
damage was inflicted.
Mcllraw, it was announced, is now!
trying to buy the Houston team and if
ho is successful says "Newuan will
las about 13 iniaiii.es us tho club's'
manager. . ;.,
COLTS AT MEDFORD.
Modiord, April 1. Nick Williams
1 with his Portland Northwestern league
('oils arrived here this morning with
tho Cicago colored (limits who are
scheduled to play here this afternoon,
Tho (iiauts have two special cars
w"rm " m v the
K,m".'- Tim battenes for today linve
not lieen decided on
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FAYS TAXES ON WRONG LOT,
Newport, Or., April 1. After paying
taxes on lot, hero for 25 years, C. ('.
Hoguo of Klamath Fall ' discovered
that It. belonged to another, nnd that
hs own had reverted back to the countv
la default of taxes.
Foley Kdnoy Fill Suocsnrul for Rheu
matism nd Kidney Trouble.
F.usy to (uke, quick to give good re
sults, positive, iu action for backache,
weak Imrk, rhemnutlsm, kidoev ud
lilailder troubled. As soon as you be
glu taking them you feel th lie'aetit of
their lulling qualitiiv.. P. J. llovd,
Ogle, Texas, sys: "After taking two
bottle, of Foley Kiduey pill., bv rheu
niktisiu ud kidney trouble r eom
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Score of 2 to 1 Is Recorded In First of
Ssrios of Games to bo Stagod on
INTO SHAPE VERY SLOWLY.
Jones, of Last Year's Senators, will
Probably Land Initial Sack and R.
Baker Is Coming.
Tho Baker league team defeated Wil
lamette university yesterday afternoon
in a slow 8-ianing gamo played on Wil
lametto field, by tho Hcoro of 2 to 1.
A Baker battery worked with Willa
mette, while To.ttm.un, a Willamette
second team twirler-took tho mound
for tho league team,
Tho contest was played on tho Bod
diamond on the west end of tho field
and innumerable, bumps and sawdust
piles rendered tho grounds too Blow
for any real infield work, tho contest
being primarily for batting practice.
Whilo tho workout showed some men
to poor advantage, yet the difficulties
under which tho men were working
makes it slightly unjust to criticize
them too severely., , Caught at the
breakfast table at',' the Marion this
morning Manager King stated that he
found the team rounding into shape
very slowly. He is fairly well fixed in
the outfield and is directing the major
of his attention to the infield positions
and the pitching staff.
Di tho garden his chief mainstays are
Mcl.inn, Hlair and Aiken. Of the trio
Mcl.inn shows to best advantage. Ho
is strong with the willow and his field
ing is well up to par. Blair, a Camas,
Washington, recurit, is looking fairly
good, llo seems to know balls and
strikes well, as he received three
straight walks in tho contets yester
day, Aiken who eumoB from Beaver
toa, with tho reputation of "being the
best hitter in our county," is showing
fair form and by brushing up the edges
will probably land a berth.
Jones Will Probably Land,
On tho infield list which at present
contains some ruthor weak sisters,
Jones of last year's Salem seaators
will probably land tho initial sack. He
lacks somewhat in tho fielding require
ment, but it is expected that his heavy
slicking will win his berth for him.
The only other infildor working yes
terday who looked like a suro sticker
was Purvis, who comes from Wnsco,
whore he played professional boll for
the last three years. He showed well
nt every turn of the game.
llerbig, shortstop, nnd Worden, sec
ond baseman, both of Portland, havo
not had a fair chance to work yet.
They fell down at several stages of yes
terday's game. Of the two, Worden
appeared to best advantage.
May Be Star Player,
King believes he has a real find in
Hay French, a short stop who arrived
this morning from Alnmeda, California,
lie is a protege of Terry McKunes and
has all tho earmarks of a good pill
(n the pitching staff, King has defi
nitely locked two men from tho soven
or eight who have reported so far.
Thev are Meili and Darling. Meili is
a Portland product while Darling
conies from Phoenix, Arizona. The
latter will be the only left hander on
Roy Baker Coming,
Among promising heavers in sight is
Hay Maker who was signed with the
Philadelphia Nationals two years ago
and worked with Montgomery in the
Southern league last season, lie is now
a free agiat and will report to King
soon. Other pitcher, now in camp are
Alexander of F.llonsburg, Washington,
and Dillard, a Texas recruit.
Just who will do the receiving is not
definitely determined as yet. Manager
King himself wall head the list nnd it
is possible that McDonald and Watte,
two Portlund receivers now in camp
will be retained,
Three Games In Portland.
The squad will probably do battle
with the varsity team again today and
tomorrow nod will then go to Port
land where series of three games
Is scheduled for Friday, Saturday and
MAY RETIRE OIjmMERS.
San Francisco, April 1. Twenty five
member, of the local police force wvre
summoned today before an cxainiuiug,
physician. All were aginjr men, It was
believed many of theru would be re
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JUDGE DECLINES BEQUEST
OF MINING STOCK BY WIFE.
Los Angeles, Cal., April 1. In a
formal notice on filo today United
States Circuit Judge Erskine M, Ross
declines a bequest of 54,800 shares of
stock in Arizona gold mines, made to
him in the will of his late wife, Ida
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GILL SPEAKS TONIGHT.
Portland, Or., April 1. Mayor Hi
Gill of Seattle, will be tho guest of
honor at tho eighth annual banquet
of the Multnomah bar association to
night. Ho is expected to explain,
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