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    6 The Newt-Review, Reieburg, Ore. Thur., Moy 12, 949
Roseburg High
Places 4th At
District Meet
Cottage Grove Is Winner;
Entry In State Contest
- Gained By 3 Of Locals
Three Roseburg trackmen will
attend the State track meet at
Corvallli next week-end. They
are Don Hubbard, who scored a
first in the high hurdles and a
second in the low hurdles; Ervin
Strltzke, who scored a second in
the mile run, and Bob Sconce,
who scored a first in the javelin
toss, at the District 4 track meet
held at Eugene last night.
Hubbard, in addition, broke a
previous District 4 high hurdle
record by running the distance in
16 flat. He bested Jim Finlay and
Bob Krell, both ex-Roseburg ath
letes, now attending college.
Roseburg came out fourth best
at the meet, scoring tilj points.
Cottage Grove, with 100 points,
led the field. Other schools scor
ing points Include Springfield
with 86 815, Eugene with 64,
North Bend with 25 13, Myrtle
Point with 15 15, Siuslaw with
11 and Oakridge with 6 15.
Trackmen who scored either
firsts or seconds at the district
meet qualify for the state meet
at Corvallis.
Other Records Tumbls
Two other records were broken
at the district meet last night.
Springfield's Jenkins broke the
previous 100-yard dash mark by
running the distance In 10.2. Cot
tage Grove's Martin snapped a
previous district 200-yard low
hurdle record, by running the dls-
lance last nigni in nat.
Cindcrmen and field men plac
ing in either one of the first six
positions garnered points for
their school. For Roseburg, Clint
Agee placed 5th in the javelin,
Daryl Davis placed third in the
100, as did Bill Van Horn; Hub
bard placed 6th in the broad
jump; Rick Standley placed 4th
lr: the 200-yard low hurdles and
Daryl Davis tied for 6th in the
220-yard dash.
Summary:
High riurdlta Hubbard (Ri, lat: Mil
ler iEi, and; Webb ICO), 3rd; Sou 1S1,
4th. Time: IS.
100-yard daah Jenklna (SI, 11: Barber
IEi 2nd; Davit ilti, 3rd: Mtlton (Ci,
lh: Van Horn Ilti, 6th; Cook 1M1, 6th.
Time: 10.2.
Mile Ledgewood (SI), lit: Strltxke
IRl, 2nd; Helaar (Ei. 3rd; Rlchardaon
iCi. 4th: Van'Arnem (Ei, Alb; Hard
canlle iNBi, Sth. Time 4:45.0.
Broad Jumit Thompaon (CGI, lit;
Jenklna (Si. 2nd; Freeman 'S, 3rd:
Crawford IEi, 4th: Gray iMt, Stb; Hub
bard iBi. 6lh. Dlatance: 2(1 6V.
High Jump Sautter (NB!, lit: D. Conp
ICGi. 2nd: Farmer IC, V. Cnop ICG",
dacohaon (St, tlad for 3rd: Kranta and
Cnhb IMP). Spnrea I8i, Athey lUnl.i,
Anderaon (Ol, tied fnr flth. Dlatance;
fl'.
Shot mit-Enalert fCQI. tat: D. Par-
anna (El. 2nd; Knattmrn iCG. 3rd; Miller
(MP. 4th: J. Paraona E, flth; Raynolda
io'. om. jjiitance: aa ii'Y.
40-run Crat ifi". lat: Thnmpann (CGI.
2nd: Elllnsa iNBi, 3rd; Palmer 'Ri.
4th: Bender (Si, Sthj Athay lUnl.i, Sth.
Time: 53.1.
200-yard low hurdlea Martin ICG),
lit: Hubbard R), 2nd: Hlte ICGI, 3rd:
Standley IRt, 4th; Oerdlng (Ci, Sth;
Pickett III, Sth.
Time: :24.
220-yard daah Jenklna (Si. lit; Man.
Barber (Ei, 2nd: Compton IMP). 3rd:
Mer. Barber (Ei, 4lh: Melton iCl. Sth:
Davla R, Cook (Mi tie for Sth: Time:
IT.
SS-yard run Martin (Cat. let: rietrh
er Hint. I, 2nd; Martlndale (Ci, 3rd;
Emeraon IE), 4th: Bender iS), Sth;
Kauier (Mi, Sth. Time: 2:03 1.
Javelin Sconce IB), lat; Reynolda (9).
2nd; Reader (Unl.l, 3rd: Perklna INS)),
4th: Agee (Ri. 3th; Loveil (Mi, tth. Dla
tnre: 159' SV.
Dlatuaa Thompaon (Ml, lat: Reynolda
(Si, 2nd; Long ibl, 3rd; Eaitburn (CO),
4lh; D. Paraona (E), Sth: Gundereon
(Sli, Slh. Dlatance: 131' V.
Pole vault Bcharffer (CGi, Lewellyn
IMP", tlad for lal; Hauaier )NB, V.
Conp tcai, Moore 'Si, tied fnr third;
Graham iNBi, jlalfleld (MFi, Lohr (Si,
tlrd for flth. Dlatance: IT 3".
Rno relay flprtngfleld, Eugene, Roae
hurg. Cottage Grove, Myrtle Point.
Marohfteld On order finished). Time;
1:33.0.
Willamette Knots Series .
Count With U. Of O. Nine
SALEM, May 12. Ml Wil
lamette's Gordy Lenr. scored in
the 11th Inning on Roy Harring
ton's hit to give the Benrcats
a 4-3 win over the University
of Oregon yesterday.
It made the baseball series
one-each, Oregon having shad
Willamette 5-4 earlier this sea
son at Eugene.
Willamette gained an early
lead in the game, but Oregon
tied the count in the sixth and
It stayed knotted until the pay
off hit in the second extra inning.
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FICHTS FRIDAY Lyle Was
cott, above, Roseburg National
Guardsman, fights Pete Creeo
of Spokane in a four-round cur
tain raiser on tomorrow night's
four-fight card at the Roseburg
Armory. The curtain-raiser goes
on at 8:30 p. m. Three other
events will feature some top
Northwest fight talent.
Umpqua Chiefs
Trim Oakland In
Exhibition Game
The Rosebujg Umpqua Chiefs
battered their way to a 6-3 win
over Oakland town team in an
exhibition baseball game at Fin
lay Field last night.
Pitcher Walt Richardson of
Roseburg fanned 13 opponents
seven in a row becoming the lo
cal wonder boy and winning hurt
er simultaneously.
Roseburg was behind 2 0 as the
bottom half of the fifth inning
ronea around, men Kicnardson
and Vlrg Sanders scored on a two-
bagger by George Sanders, to
even me count.
The Chiefs scored again in the
sixth. Pete Coor did the trick
after getting to first on a field
er's choice, stealing second, then
coming in on two errors.
Huggins rapped out a single in
the seventh, bringing in George
Sanders, who got a base on balls.
Coor cinched the deal by slam
ming out a triple that scored
Norm West and Huggins.
The remaining action was an
anti-climax. Oakland scored once
more in the bottom half of the
ninth. Righ fielder Hopkins did
it, making the circuit on two
errors.
Oakland's first two runs were
scored early In the contest. Center
fielder Copeland scored on Hop
kins' triple in the second. In the
fourth, Cole, who got to first on
fielder's choice, was bntted in bv
Hopkins. The hnll slipped through
the second baseman b glove, and
Cole came home.
Richardson limited the opposi
tion to five hits, Including Hop
kin's triple and a double eaoh by
Cole and Jones. Oakland Hurler
DeGroot six scattered hits. He was
relieved by Rice, who allowed
three singles and Coor's triple
all in the seventh. Gibson took
over for the balance of the game.
DeGroot was the losing pitcher.
Box score:
Oakland:
R H O A
Jonea, lb ...... 4 0
Plueard. aa a 0
Rrlgham, 2b ... ml 0
Linton, 3b 4 o
Gem, c 4
Cole. If 4 1
Copeland, ef. , a J
Hnuklna, M -... 1
1
0
DeGroot, p ,
ntce, p
1
Glbaon, p 1
Roa'.eurg Chlefai
aVigar, cf
V Sandera. 3b
G. Sandera. aa ......
Weal, Ih
Hugglna, rf
Cour, e
S. Long, If
Srofleld. 2h
Rlchardann, a
Hill ... .
H. Long. If a.
Smith, 2b
34 9 S 24 S 3
.. 2 0 0
0 0
0
30 S 10 27 I
Summary: Rice pttrnra lor DeGoort In
otn. Ulbaon pitcneo tor Hire in (tin.
Hill flew out for flcofleld In alxth
R. Long fielded for S. Long In alxth.
Smith fleload fnr Hill In 7th.
Oakland: 010 100 001 3
Chlefa: 000 021 3llx
Summary: stolen baaea- Cooeland. Ed'
gar, Coor. Sacrifice- Plueard. Coor 2
bate htla Jonea, Copeland. Rlchardeon,
G. Sandera. 3 baae hlta Hopktna, Coor.
Double playa DeGroot to Llnlo. De
Gntot to Brlgham to Jonea. RBI Hnp-
ktna a. li. ganuere a, Mttaiini, loor 2.
Inntnaa Ditched DeGroot 3. Rice 2. Gib-
Bon I, Rlchardann 9. Hlta off DeGroot
6. Rice 4, Rlchardion 5. Strike ou(a De
Groot 4. Rlchardion 13. BB --DeGroot 3,
Rice 3. Rlchardion I WP DeGroot.
Rlchardion. Hit by Glbaon (Edgar),
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Washington
Wins Ninth
Game In Row
Detroit Latest Victim;
Cleveland Halts Yanks,
Ciney Stops N. Y. Giants
By JACK HAND
Aaeoclated Preaa Sportawrlter
Joe Kuhel, the amateur (?)
magician who manages Wash
ington, just pulled a ninth rab
bit out of his hat.
It's been years since Kuhel did
his card tricks in public but he
never unveiled a masterpiece like
Washington's nine straight wins.
Kuhel sagging Senators
started west on their first road
trip, 10 days ago eight games be
low .500. They had won only
three of 14.
Not now. They shellacked De
troit, 111, yesterday with a five
run first Inning against Stubby
Overmlre.
Kuhel even used two pitchers.
When Paul Calvert, pitching a
one-hitter, developed a blister on
his pitching nand in tne mtn, he
called on Dick Welteroth. You
needed a microscope to notice the
difference. Detroit had only three
hits.
Cleveland Edges Yanks
The world champion Cleveland
Indians, relieved of the Washing
ton plague after losing three
games, welcomed the league-leading
New York Yankees. The
Tribe was so glad to see the
Yanks, they won a 3-2 game be
fore 61,742 chilled but admiring
customers. It was the top night
crowd of the year, second only
to Cleveland s opening day.
Bob Porterfield of the Yanks
lost his own game when he un
corked a wild pitch in the sev
enth, permitting Dale Mitchell to
score (he winning run.
The Boston Red Sox continued
to find it tough going In th-j
West as they were outscramb'ed
by Chicago, 2-8. The White Sox,
another surprise entry, tied an
American League record by scor
ing in every inning with an as
sortment of 15 hits, five walks,
wild pitch, balk and four errors
three by Bobby Dorsrr.
Other Results
Rookie Jack Graham bom
barded Philadelphia's Bobby
Shantz with tvo doubles and a
single, driving In two runs and
scoring two !n St. Louis' 5-4 win
over the A'c.
Warren Spahn, pitching back
to his 1P17 form, hurled his sec
ond shutout and fourth straight
victory for Boston, with a three-
hlttev against the St. Louis Card
inals, 70.
They finally stopped the New
Vork Giants after seven straight
wins. Cincinnati's Howie Fox did
the trick, 4-2.
Pittsburgh's rookie lefthander,
Bill Werle, survived a ninth-Inning
uprising by Brooklyn to win
a 5-3 decision.
Chicago ended Ken Helnlzel
man's four-straight win streak hv
coming from behind to nip the
mimes, 4-z.
looiausrol
Battlers Billed For Friday's
Bouts At Roseburg Armory
Promise Fans Fistic Treat
A popular group of battlers come to the Roseburg Armory Frl'
day night, to participate In Promoters Ernie Nazelrqd's and Sandy
Sanders fight card, billed here twice monthly.
Bobby Volk, who halls from ;
Portland, where he recently " e a ,r. I
fought John L. Sullivan to a 10- ' bUSpetlSIOn Lltted
round draw, was voted the out,
standing battler on that card.
The Volk-Sullivan go was also
voted the outstanding fight. Volk
opposed Sonny Orrock, a ring
wise and rugged battler from
Spokane, Friday night,
Billy Pappas, who fights a
scheduled six-round go with
Ponce DeLeon of Aberdeen,
Wash., was voted by Roseburg
fans as the outstanding prelimin
ary fighter on a recent card here.
He fought Orrock to a draw.
Fans thought Pappas should have
won the six-rounder.
Bolh Sonny Elexman and Dick
Collie put on a battle here two
weeks ago that was voted the out
standing fight by fans. In addi
tion. Collie was proclaimed the
outstanding preliminary fighter
on that card.
All fighters received extra
purses for putting on the kind of
a performance the crowds go for.
These lads hae tasted the fruits
oi exira awara money, ana an r $ F f J ,
lor tnem-
Bend Qualifies 13 Men
For State Track Meet
BEND. Ore.. Mav 12. (IP)
The Lava Bears of Bend quail-
ilea ij men ana a relay team
for the state prep track meet
by scoring 84 points to lead the
District 2 meet yesterday.
Hood River scored 50i and
qualified a relay team and four
men. Redmond was third with
45J but will send eight men to
the state meet. Prinevllle scored
12 and qualified one man.
The Dalles and Madras each
scored four points.
CLUB DATES DANCE
A dance at the Roseburg Coun
try Club, which will be formal
for the ladles, will he held Sat
urday night from 9:30 to 1. All
members and their guests are
Invited. Refreshments will be
served.
Rlchardion inrlgham. Left Oakland S.
Roaehurg 9. Famed runa Oakland 1.
Roeeburg 2. I'mplrea Al Flegel. plate:
Boa Travla, baiea.
will attempt to secure
selves move of the same.
Volk, lighting the main, will
not be eligible, however. All this
is to ray that the promoters have
a caid stacked up that is guaran
teed to win acclaim irom local
pugelistlc patrons.
Klgslde seats are still avail
able at Monarch Cigar Store,
Wally's Pastime and J V Sporting
Goods Store.
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The New York State Athletic
Commission gave a ruling in favor
of Rocky Grnziano (above) that, in
effect, lifted the suspension of the
former middleweight champion.
He was under suspension for fail
ure to report a bribe attempt, but
the commission's ruling now per
mits him to formally apply for a
license to box.
FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
(By the Aaaocfated Preaal
PHOENIX, Ariz. Tommy
Campbell, 136, Chicago, knocked
out Jesse Robles, 136, Durango,
Mex. 2.
BANGOR, Me. Len Durham,
144, Brooklyn, knocked out Bob
"Red" Perkins, 141, Manchester,
N. H,, 6.
Loser Doesn't Even Know
Name Of Horse Bet On
PHILADELPHIA, May 12. UP)
Just as a matter of curiosity,
Bernard Goodls wishes he knew
the name of the horse he lost $32
on without making a bet.
Goodls lost his wallet contain
ing $32 several days ago. The next
day, he told police, he received
the empty wallet and note in
the mail.
"Next time you lose your wal
let," the note read, "make sure
you have more money In it and
have a better wallet or I will
not return it again. I put your
money on a horse and, if it pays
off, I will return your $32."
Apparently the horse didn't
win. Goodis hasn't gotten his
money back yet.
Myrtle Creek Vikings
Edge Out Eagle Point
Myrtle Creek Vikings squeezed
out an 8-7 baseball win over
Eagle Point Saturday, in a J-D-J
League game at Myrtle Creek
Saturday.
Bud Shirtcliff hit a home run
with two on in the fifth to tie
up the game. Another Myrtle
Creek batter, Jenkins, tripled In
the sixth to break the tie and
win the ball game.
This is Myrtle Creek's fifth
win in as many starts In the J-D-J
League, giving the Vikings
top spot in the standings. Eagle
Point, with three wins and two
losses, is second in League stand
ings.
Hollies Down
Portland 8-6
In 12 Frames
Angelenos Trim Padres
In Batfest; Ralniers,
Seals Win By Shutouts
By JIM BACON
(Associated Press Sports Writer)
Wednesday night in the Pa
cific Coast League saw excellent
pitching Sacramento's Bob Gil
llespie pitched a two-hitter but
lost and Seattle's Guy Fletcher got
nis sixtn straignt win on a three
hitter. The night also had some fancy
slugging Los Ange!es and San
Diego hit nine homeruns between
them. The mark was Just two shy
of the PCL record of 11 set 2S
years ago to the day by Vnrnon
and Salt Lake City.
There also was a 12-lnning ball
game in which the league-leading
Hollywood Stars edged the lowly
Portland Beavers 8 to 6.
Dino Restelli bunted Jack
Tobln home from third base in
the eighth to give San Frsndsco
a 1 to'O win despite Gillespie's ex
cellent mound job. One of the
hits off the Sacramento hurler
advanced Tobin to third.
Settle also won over Oakland
by 1 to 0. One unearned run in
the eighth was all Fletcher need
ed to hang up his latest win. The
Ralniers' ace had to hurl that
kind of a came to win aa the
Oaks' Lloyd Hlttle only gave up
four hits.
At Los Angeles It looked like
the boys were out to break the
home run record as all nine of
the blows came in the first five
innings.
Luke Easter and Dee Moore
had two homers apiece for the
Padres' four. The Angels divided
their five equally. The score was
12 to 10 for the Angels.
Portland Jumped to a first In
ning three run lead over the Stars
and then Leo Thomas hemered
for the Beavers to deadlock the
game in the ninth 6-6. The stars
opened the twelfth on Frank
Kelleher's infield single. A bad
throw 'ot another Star on base.
A single and a long fly ball then
sent the winning runs home.
BASEBALL STANDINGS
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YONCALLA VS. OAKLAND
Yoncalla town team visits the
Oakland town team in an exhi
bition baseball game at Oakland
Sunday. Both clubs are members
of the Evergreen League.
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Battling This Afternoon
Coach George Erickson'i In
dians travel to Sutherlin this
afternoon to battle the Bulldogs
at baseball for the third time
this season. Game time Is 3 p. m.
Roseburg won both previous
games played with Sutherlin. The
two clubs opened the baseball
season here and Roseburg cap
tured the contest 17-6. But In the
second game, played at Suther
lin, the locals barely edged out
the Bulldogs, 5-4.
Prospect High Pitcher
Posts Seeond 0-0 Victory
PROSPECT, Ore., May 12. UP)
Fob Nelson, Prospect High
pitcher, held a record of two no
hit, no-run games today.
The young right-hander pitch
ed his second perfect game to
shut out Rogue River 11-0. A year
ago Nelson collected his first no
hft, no-run game from Butte
Falls.
Gov. McKay Names Two
To State Racing Board
SALEM, May 12.-OP) Gov
ernor Douglas McKay yesterday
appointed J. H. Beck, Eugene, to
the State Racing Commission. He
succeeds W. F. Turner, Portland.
Robert T. Mautz, Portland, was
reappointed to the Commission.
I he terms are for six years.
First Guesser On
Phantom Ruled
Himself Out ;
It seems that Mrs. W H.
Allen really wasn't the first to
correctly identify the Phantom.
One of his business associates
mailed in a guess, but withdrew
his entry when he thought it
might cast reflection on the con
test. Sgt. Vern W. Thompson, gen
eral director of the recent Spring
Festival, said that when he col
lected the first day's mall to the
Phantom, he noticed Dick Gil
man's name on one envelope.
Sgt Thompson called Gllman to
learn whose name he had guessed.
When Gilman was informed
he was right in guessing Tom
Gllkey as the Phantom, he with
drew his guess, said Sgt. Thomp
son, for the reason that Gil
man's hiring hall is at Gilkey's
store and it might have seemed
that he had been let In on the
secret.
Mrs. Allen was declared win
ner of the Phantom contest be
cause hers was the earliest mail
ed correct guess. She was award
ed a $100 check as well as many
merchandise prizes from local
merchants. The Phantom contest
was a promotional feature of the
Spring Festival and many people
took part.
Pharmacy At Yoncalla
Sold To G. H. Jackson
Sale of Thompson Pharmacy
In Yoncalla to George H.
Jackson and Keith O. Van
Krevelln, was announced
today. Van Krevelin plans to
take over operation of the busi
ness May 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Krevelin
and their daughters, Kay 7, and
Joanne 3, will make their home
in Yoncalla.
Van Krevelin formerly was em
ployed by the Wilbur Drug Co.
at Snohomish, Wash. After pre
pharmical training at the Uni
versity of Minnesota, he took his
degree in the College of Phar
macy at University of Washing
ton. During the recent war he
served three years with the
armed forces in Afrlci and
Italy. f
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Davey Ball Knocks Out
Dean Abney In Seventh j
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SALEM, Ore., May 12 .?) !
Davey Ball, 152-pound Bakers-!
field, Calif., slugger, knocked out i
Dean Abney, 150, Salem, in the j
7th round of the main event of
last night's boxing card. Ball held
the advantage. all the way.
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BOXING
Tomorrow Night
Main Event C
Sonny Orrock v, I
Bobby Volk' . vi5JAY f JJ
Semi-Final bVV
Billy Pappas Ajjk J
Ponce DeLeon ""' a
Preliminaries
Lyle Wescott Dick Collie
vs. vs.
Pete Gree Sonny Elexman
Roseburg Armory
May 13 8:30 P. M.
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