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THE OREGON STATESMAN. 4ATXIUAY, MAY , 1020.
Extacada Pitcher Puts 22
Over Ozone Route, But
Locals Lead Anyway
The Salem high school baseball
team journeyed to Estacada yester
day and defeated the high school
team of that place 8 to 7 In a fast 10
Estacada made four runs in the
first four innings and these looked
25 batsmen in nine
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day he fanned
Today at 2:30 the Salem high
school team crosses bats with the
Molalla team at Oxford park. The
locals lost to Molalla at Molalla last
Saturday and they are going into the
game today with blood in their eyes,
determined to turn in a victory.
Summary of ytsterday's game:
it. 11. u.
Estacada 1 1 1 4
Batteries Fischer. Ringle and E.
Gill; Smith and R. Lovelace.
sufficient to win the game, as Smith.
the Estacada pitcher, was going
great. The Salem men failed to Ret
a hit until the seveuth. when one bit
was converted into a run.
The eighth inning was the big in
ning for the locals, for six hits, in
cluding two three-baggers by K. Gill
and Jones were good for four runs.
Estacada scored two runs in the
eighth on two hits and the Salem tos-jgajem g n
sers came oaca in lue uiniu uuu
knotted the count.
With the score a 6 to 6 Hp, a bit
by. Jones and George White's third
hit of the game gave the locals two
runs in the 10th frame. Estacada
converted a two-base hit into a run
In its half of the 9th leaving the score
8 to 7 In Salem's favor.
Estacada's 10 hits were well scat
tered throughout the game while Sa
lem's 11 hits came in the last tour
frames and were good for eight runs.
Fischer started the game, but ow
ing to a sore arm, gave way to rtm
gle in the third.
Ringle pitched great ball during
the rest of the game and pulled out
of several bad holes in magniflcient
As stated above Smith, of Estacada
was going great and succeeded tn
striking out 22 of the Salem batters.
Fischer of Salem undoubtedly set
a record for strike outs when in the
game with Estacada here last Mon-
At Boston R. 11. E.
Philadelphia 5 11 0
Boston 4 8 2
Naylor and Perkins; Russell, Karr
At Washington R. H. E.
New York 5 9 2
Washington 6 14 0
Shore. Thormahlen. Qulnn and
Ruel; Snyder, Erickson and Picln
ich. At Detroit R. H. E.
St. Louis 10 11 1
Detroit 4 7 4
Sothron and Billings; Leonard,
Ay res and Alnsmittu
At Chicago R. II. E.
Cleveland '. 1 7 2
Caldwell. Niehaus and O'Neill;
Williams and Schalk.
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At New York R. II. E.
Brooklyn 6 15 1
New York 7 11 4
.Marquard. Mitchell, Grimes and
Elliott; Benton. Barnes and Snyder.
At Pittsburgh R. II. E.
Chicago 6 12 1
Pittsburgh ..: 4 8 2
Alexander and Killefer; Carlson.
Meador and Schmidt.
J At St. Louis R. II. E.
Cincinnati 15 17 2
St. Louis v 11 15 3
Fisher. Sallee and Rariden; Schup
Goodwin and Sherdel. May and
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Boston 8 9 0
Philadelphia 6 14 1
Jones. McQuillan and O'Neill;
Cantwell, Smith and Wheat.
Seattle Center Fielder Suffers
Broken Wrist, Score
4 to 1
SEATTLE. May 7. Portland won
its fourth straight game from Seattle
today 4 to 1. The Beavers started
their of'en-ive in the first inning
when Kochler brought two runs
across with a timely single, and :n
the fifth hits brought in two more
runs. Blue. Portland first baseman,
made 19 putouts at first.
Seattle's club, already crippled,
was further weakened today by the
loss of Cunnngham. center fielder
and Ernie Schorr, pitcher. Cunning
hame suffered a broken 'wrist as a
result of a collision in the firth inn
ing. Schorr received word from San
Francisco that bis mother was ser
iously ill. and left to Join her.
Vernon ft; Oakland 1
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. May 7.
Vernon 'on Its third game of the
series with Oakland 5 to 1. The Ti
ger, chalked up a two run leod In
the first inning which was all they
needed to win the game. Mitchell
walked lark and took third on Chad-
bourne's single, and then scored on
Fisher's infield bit. Chadbourne
went to third on the play and tallied
on Edlngton's bit.
Score R. H. E.
Oakland 1 4 1
Vernon 5 11 o
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Stanford Loses Opening
Came to Oregon Aggies
CORVALLIS. Or.. May 7. Or.
eon Agricultural college won its
opening- baseball game with Stanford
university here today, doinc ail or
the scoring for the game in one inn
Ing. the fourth.
-Score: R. II. E.
Stanford university 1 6 2
Oregon Agricultural college 6 12 2
Pelouse. Draper and Bundy;
Keene aai Gill.
New World's Altitude
Record Is Established
MINEOLA. N. Y.. May 7. Clar
ence Coombs, piloting an Orenca
plane with three pasengers and him
self, rose to the height of 16.200 feet
a new wot Id's record, over Mitchell
field here late today. The record is
vouched for by officials of the Am
erican Flying club.
The previous record for four pas
sengers, according to officials of the
Flying club, was approximately 12.
400 feet. While the exact time was
not taken, unofficial estimates has
placed it at 1 hour and 10 minutes,
WASHINGTON. II. C. May 7. Bank
ers called before the senate Inter
state commerce cominittr today
failed to axre with railroad execu
tives that $500,000,000 should be
provided by the government lo buy J
rolling stock ror main lines of the
country, though concrdlnr. as rep-1
resentatlves of the roads told tn
committee Thursday, that enoutn
money could not be obtained from
private Investors at present to fill all
railroad wants they refrained from
approving plans for additional gov
ernment loans. Instead Jerome C.
Hanauer. representing Kuhn. Lo-b ft
company of New York, suggested that
the roads be assisted In the estab
lishment of better terminals and tbe
expedition of equipment tbey now
have under contract, using borrow,
Ings on the market to et themselves
more motive power rainer man
freight cars. All the banker wit
nesses declared that the Income tax
had destroyed the Investing power of
wealthier Individuals and made the
railroad credit situation more diffi
cult, but withheld approval for plans
for enlisting government aid.
S. Davles Warfleld. president oi
he Association of Railway Security
Holders, suggested to the committee
hat conrrera might desire to wslcn
the expenditure of the 1300.000.000
already loaned the roads before
"Is your wife one of those women
who look at their husbands and say.
I made a man of him'? asked the
"No. answered Mr. Meekloa.
'My Henrietta Is very unassuming
She merely says she has done her
Halt Lake 1: Sacramento 6
SALT LAKE CITY. May 7. Salt
Lake won the third game of the ser
ies with Sacramento today In a loose
ly played contest, ten to six. Pitcher
Fittery for Sacramento was yanked
from the box tn the fourth and re
placed by Kuntx after Rumler. Sheely
and Jenkins made the home runs.
Score: R. II . E.
Sacramento 6 12 1
Salt Lake 10 5 1
Fittery. Kunts and Cady; Thurs
ton and Jenkins.
DRIED FRUIT MARKET
NEW YORK. May 1. Evaporated
apples dull and weak; prunes and
i peaches in demand.
San Franrlseo 4: Lo Angeles 1
SAN FRANCISCO. May 7. With
a home run to the left field bleachers
in the sixteenth Inning. Corhan enl-
ed the Los Angeles-San Francesco
game here today with the Seals on
top 4 to 1. Tbe game was repleie
with airtigbt pitching.
Neither side scored until the
ninth. Lot Angeles tallied on Kille-
fer's double, a wild throw, and Mc-
Au ley's single. Caveney for the
Seals evened the count with a home
The Seals had two down In the
sixteenth when Scott and Schick
singled and Corhan brought them
both in with his home run.
Lp to th fifteenth Keating al
lowed hut three hits.
Score: R. II. E.
Los Angeles l 8 0
San. Francisco 4 6 3
(16 innings) Keting and Bassler;
acoti and Agnew.
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Yakima IX;. Kpokar 3
8POKANE. Wash.. May 7. Yaki
ma leanad upon the curves of Crespl
with enthusiasm In tbe third Inning
and when the smoke had cleared
away, ten braves had crossed the
plate. KIrkpatrick relieved Crespl
and lasted an Inning, when McKay
stepped Into the breach, the final
score being 18 to 3. Spokane scoring
its trio in the last Inning. Twenty
nine hits and ten errors marked the
Yakima ." lg
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TACOMA. Wash. May 7. With
Graham on first base. Catcher Stev
ens drove the ball out or the park
today eribling Tacoma to beat Vic
toria 5 to 2. The visitors got off
wttn a three-run lead but Young
weakened. Edwards pitched good
ball for Tacoma after a poor start
bhortstop Klerstead's hitting and
fielding featured for Tacoma.
Score: R. H E
Victoria .. 3 6
Tacoma 5 10
Young and Cunningham. F. Ed
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The Hoard of Dim-tor of the Salem Kruit
Vnioii arc now rcay to enter into negotiations with
intending purchaser for the sale of the assets of the
Sal cm Fruit Union.
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MAY DAY GAMES
Both Tub Race and Pushball
Contest Captured by First
The freshman rlama nr tVi vviiu
ette university won both of the in
terclass athletic events that were
played yesterday as a part of the
iay aay exercises.
The tub race warn tri!rinatt in
by all four classes and was conduct
ed on tne mill stream. The contes
tants pushed or carried their tubs to
the finishing line. Last
testanta swam, pushing their tubs in
iron t oi mem out tnls year the prac
tice was varied somewhat matniv in
order to "speed up" the event. The
cooiness under tbe trees by the
water's edge made this a very popu
lar event. Leon Jennlsan took first
place tor thai f rosh. Paul FlegeL sec
ond for the Juniors.
Tbe pushball contest between the
sophomores and freshmen was the
first contest ot Its kind ever to be
held here. The ball, a buge one. Is
reported to be valued at $800. It
was rented for the occasion from the
Portland T. M. C. A. The freshmen
won In this contest also. Many men
from each class, an equal number,
hurled their strength against the ball
to push it over the opponent's line.
There were msny hird tackles and
tussels. but the freshmen finally gave
the ball a push that landed it over
the Soph's line.
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