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2 " THE OREOOX STATESMAXt SCyPAY, APRIL gl.il81S - .
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Spec. Hep., Salem
liss Faye BoUn Winner
of Oratorical Contest
1 Miss Faye Bolln of Willamette
Diversity.' Friday night took th
rnl prize of $50 In the; oratorical
ntest of the Intercollegiate Proht
ition association of Oregon, held at
ie Christian church In Eugene. M Irs
Urx E. Pennington of Pacific col
r& departed with the second prf4
f $10. Honors of third place were
.needed Chris . Benny of the Eu
ne Bible university.
It was an Interesting contest and
e applause of those in attendance
tested the fact that the audience
as of the opinion that the Judges in
ooelng Miss Holla as the victor de
rl well. - . ' :
Members of 'the ' association arc
une Bible university, McMlnnville
liege, 'Willamette university. Pa
rte college. Pacific university and
. University of Oregon.
Hooper's Double in Eight
Brings in Winning Run
for Home Team
New York Nationals Win
Fourth Straight Game From
Boston.. April 20. Boston defeat
fd New York today for the third
Mraijcht time and won its slsth
straight game of the season. The
wore wan 4 to J. The winning run
remitted from Hooper' double in
the eighth, followed by Sbean's sac
rifice and Hoblitceir successful bunt
for the sjueze lay, II wiper scoring.
Boston bunched jilts off Ixve In the
first for three runs. May wa hlf
hard but ' had exceptional support.
Boston making four double plays.
Hooper's catch of Bodle's drive to
right field in the ninth with two out
and two on bases was a feature.
Score: It. H. E.
New York 31 U 0
Boston . . 4 7 0
l,o ve and Hannah; Mays and Ag
new. Cleveland 3, Kt. WhiIs i.X.
Cleveland. April 20. Cleveland
won the opening game of the series
with fit. Ixuls. 3 to 1, Morton was
Invincible until the ninth when he
-lost control In a pouring rain, St.
Louis scoring Its only run on a dou
ble and a single. The Brown then
had the bass filled with two out but
Morton steadied and etrtick out
Pinch Hitter Hale.
A double by Miller and passes to
Chapman and Speaker filled the
base for Cleveland In the fourth
and later on Wambsganss singled
antf Kavanaugh walked but only one
run resulted. In the seventh, how
ever, the locals scored twice on a
single by Kavanaugh and double
by Turner and Morton. Nunamak
er's Jhrow was a feature.
Score:. It. H. E.
St. Louis 1 6 0
Cleveland 3 9 0
Loudermilk, Sotboron and Nuna
maker; Morton and O'Neill.
NEW. YORK. April 20.-The New
York Giants wun their fourth
game of the season today, debating
Boston 5 to 4.
Doyle, sent bafktoVw York by
Boston in sthe Hereof trade, hit a
home run, two single and drew a
base, on balls in four times up. He
also stole two bases, batted In tvo
runs and scored two himself.
Anderson pitched a strong game,
not a - Boston man reaching third
until the ninth inning.
' Score: It. H. E.
Boston 0 6 2
New York . 5 10 0
Hearn and Henry: Anderson and
Philadelphia I), Rvnoklyn 2.
PHILADELPHIA, April 20. Mar
quard was no puzzle to Philadelphia
today and Brooklyn was defeated 9
to 2. Mayer held the visitor to two
singles until two were out In the
ninth when Daubert's single and
doubles by Mitchell and 'Johnston
accomplished Brooklyn's scoring.
Meusel. the recruit whose drive- won
Friday's ten-inning game, hit aafely
his first three times no today. The
crowd was the smallest Saturday
crowd for several years, due to cold
weather and a women's liberty loan
PkW: It. H. E.
Brooklyn 2 5 3
Philadelphia 9 13 1
Marquard, Mamaux and Krueger;
Mayer and Burns. . '
At Chicago Detroit-Chicago post
At Washington Philadelphia
Washington postponed; rain.
At Cincinnati Chicago-Cincinnati
At St. Louis Plttsburg-St. Loul
postponed; wet grounds.
"So you were in the battle of the
"Yes, ma'am," replied the tramp.
''What can you tell me about that
''Not a word, ma'am. I'm on my
honor not to reveal a thing I aaw or
did. That'a a very strict military
rule." Detroit Free Press.
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Have Salaries Increased
El'C.ENE. Or., April 20. TU
board of regents of the I'niversity of
Oregon today granted an advance of
10 per cent In the salaries of att
memlxTS Of the faculty who are new
Mi-eivlng less than $2,100 a year, the
increase to take effect Octoter I.
HAN FRANCISCO. April 20. In
the first extra Inning game of the
season on the local grounds, Sacra
mento ron from Oakland. IWMh
Proiigh and West pitched excellent
ball, but three successive errors by
Arlett In the tilth allowed two runs
to More. Oakland tl the s-ore In
the seventh, but four sjngle and a
stolen base by Sacramento In the
tenth settled the game. Miller, sibl
ing Into second base In the second In
ning, collided with Elliott, severing
an artery In the Sacramento snori-
ttnn'i ankle, tl was necessary to
rush him to the hospital.
Score: K. H. E
Sacramento 10 2
Oakland 2 1
Batteries: West and Fisher; an I
Prough and Mltze.
Atiirela 1:1. Hat Ike 7.
SAt.T LAKE CITY. ADrll.20.
Manager McCredle again trotted out
hi three young pitchers toiay. ton
wrlrht mnA Morton walked five men
nri hit two between them before
thitre was a man out in the' first in
nlng and then .to cap tne climax.
Jack Farmer dropped an easy fly
with the base full.' Los -Angeles
tnnit a nln.run lead dnrlna the mix
up and was never headed, the farce
eqdlng 13 to 7.
Score: R. K
f Aneeles 13 13 1
-ilt Ink '. .7 9 1
i(attrfa- prtlca and Boles: Con
rrlght, Morton, Arkenburg and Kon-
Vernon 4. Heal 1.
T-na Avnt.ES. Anril 20. Vernon
wo n from San Francisco during th
ri- third or the first Inning pitcnea
hv Ratnn when two walk and a
double by Long paved the way for
three runs. Dell held the visitors
scoreless after the first Inning and
O'Doul. who succeeded Seiton In tht
box for the eSals, wa scorea on dui
once after the first.
an Francisco 1
Vernon 4 , 4
Batteries: Beaton. O'Doul an I
bBjooks; Dell and Devormer.
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PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. April
Arranrementa are rapldljr taklnf
abape for the Win the War conven
tion which is to be held neit month
In historic Independence. Hall In this
cltr. The convention will meet under
the auspices of the league, 10 en
force Peace, of which William Taft
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The aessiona win connnue mr-
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convention. Among those who have
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President Nicnoias tnvrTwj-yitsn.trv
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Hbarp Williams of Mississippi. , I.
Henry van Dyke, . former United
States minister to Holland, and Dr.
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March on lier finit voyage acrona
The list of missing as announced
by the department follows:
LIEUTENANT LEWIS W. OFF-
UTT. U. S. N. R. F.. 131 Twenty-sec-
ond avenue. San Francisco.
LIEUTENANT THOMAS KIRK. 1
8. N. R. F.. 37 8venty-Uilrd streeU
Brooklyn. N. .Y.
ENSIGN. SOTIRIE3 LIZIKOS. U,
S. N. R. F..-Island of Thassos.Greece
ASSISTANT PAYMASTER CLAUD
R. KRIEBEL. U. S. N. R. jr.. Lans
MACHINIST JAMES A. McGOUIt
TY, U. S. N. R. F.. Worcester. Maw
BATTLE, JOSEPH. Rocky Mount,
BURK. FRANK WILLIAM, Sioux
Falls. S. D. 1
BCSH, WILLIAM F.. Danville.
ClIASSEY, WALTER, Providence.
CLAl'S. CHESTER C. East San
COHEN. JACOB E.. Rlchmond.Va.
DA UN ELL, WILLIAM L., Berk
ley. Va. . I
FERGUSON, WILLIAM B., Roan
FIXK)D. FRANCIS R., Hannibal.
FRANKE. RIIEINflOLD ARM I EN
OTTO, New York city.
GRIDER, ROY ULRICK. Drldge
port. Ala. ,
HANN. ALVIN O.. Catonsvltle.Md.
HILLER, CHARLES B., Phlladel-Iol.
TRUDEAU. LOOM IS. Schenectady.
WARD. GEORGE. Baldwin. N. D.
WILSON'. FREDERICK, Easton.
WUEST. ROBERT HARRY. Cin
James Edward Stribbllng of Hart
ford, Wash., was among the enlisted
Other offlceri and men rescued
Lieutenant Commander Klnrhen J.
Powers, V. 8. N. It. F., Wilmington,
Lieutenant William D. Goodman,
V. S. N. R. V.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Lieutenant Frank Pulaski. U. S. N.
R F.. Chicago.
Ensign George Bennett. IT H. N.
R. F.. Bushnell. III.
Ensign Allan Brown. U. S. N. It.
P.. Monte lair, N. J.
Barnes. Robert Carlton, Bridge
Daley, John Joseph. Philadelphia.
llnsley, Clarence Edward,' Mans
field. Mo: . .
Ja-nies. Chauncey M. Depew, Res
cue, Eldorado county, Cal.
Johnson. Prince A., Franklin, Va.
Ieonard, Roscoe Conklln, Cam
Nichols. Rlrhard Vincent. Camden.
N. J. '
O'Nell. John F.. Jr., Somervllle,
Relrhard. William Dneiit, Wlll
... Uiuack, Sidney Leroy, Lakewood,
Winslette. Frank Leslie, risk. Tex.
J. M. HlrgB. ft signal man of the
British navy who was aboard the
Ike Moor, waa rescued.
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