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WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 3, 1922
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
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Ryan Pitches World Cham
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. Boston Yesterday
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some John. Bromley, ot the Fall
Lake , Bees wasaviqctble whJl
V Ms teammates, bad their batting
f clothes on, at the "Morcing, field
'matinee staged ,here. today; Re
sult was that Paul Flttery of the
?tSolonsiwasJdrlTen from the hi!!
lfln the third, afte. four tuns had
been chalked' gainst hi account.
, Gibson.- who tcofc -his place, was
greeted with .clusters ot clouts In
tilth, sixth and eighth innings, ell
, of which, coupled Trlth a boot or
two. added a head wore to the
4 Bees run alley. ", . '
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J3aU Lake ... -..v;.. i.l'O 14 ; 3
I ; Sacramento . . ." .T. ... 2 5 2
cromiey ana . uyi?r, -mery
Gibson and Schangv '
J At Los Angeles: San Franclscd
Vernon." no came todey, teams
1 traveling. ) f-ti
' At Portland : , Seattle-Portland
j .game postponedVet grounds.
I ' !At Oakland: Los Angeles Oak
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. BOSTON, May: 2, i(Natlonal)
--New York made it? to.ir straight
from Boston today. Ryan pitching
the world's champions 'o victory,
6 to 3, while Mirquard was
knocked out of the tbx tn the
first Inning. The play of Rawl-
Ings was brilliant, Powell and
Kopf did the best work for Bos
ton which has now lost seven in
Score: P. H. E.
New York ... . H 0
Boston ... ... ...... 3 10 1
Ryan and Smith; Marquard,
Watson, Filllngim -nd 0NeiTT.
ter-nAt Cartoon Co N. Y. t&m
St. Paul-Minneapolis game post:
poned, rain. 1 , ; -
a No other games scheduled. '
Clnc'mnatl 0; Pitttranch 2
CINCINNATI, O.. May 2. (Na
tional) Three Pittsburgh pitch
ers were hit sharply today Cincin
nati winning a lop-aided game
to 2. Couch pitched strongly and
received fine support, two catches
by Harper, be In? of the most sen
Score: 1 It. II. Ef
Pittsburg ... j 2 5 3
Cincinnati HI 0
: Carlson, Yellowhnise, Mcirison
and Gooch: Couch and Ilargrave.
... 13 15
..... 10 12
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New York 14 4
Ohirago 11 5
Pt. Lui 8 7
Brooklyn 9 8
Pittsburg 8 9
Philadelphia 6 9
Cincinnati 6 12
Boston 3 12
W. L. Pet
St. Louis 12 5 .706
New York 12 6 .6d
Chieago 9 7 .563
Cleveland 8 9 .471
Philadelphia - - S 9 .471
Boston 7 8 .467
Washington 7 11 .388
Detroit - - :. 4 12 .250
DETROIT, WINS IN
Angels Win First of
Junior Twilight Games
They may not be angels In
school or when Sis has a beau
and she wants 'em to "behare,"
but they are Angels on the base
ball field, and they can lick the
everlasting spots off of any one
with a less potent name.
The Angels, commanded by
John Variey, chief Angel, won the
first game in the Junior Twilight
baseball series Monday night, by
beating the All-Stars, commanded
by Vernon Perry, with a score
of S to 6. Three of the Angelic
host connected for two .runs
apiece Miller, Leisy and Variey.
They wouldn't trust their fellow
players to make the scores but
did it all themselves. The .game
was refereed by Harold Regie of
Willamette university, and was
a hard-fought contest. The Jun
ior League games are played at
the high school field.1
AMERICAN LEGION TQ HAVE y -...rii
TEAM IN TWILIGHT LEAGUE ?urn re ' 'm
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v playa' Jane., "
Have You Heard Our New Pipe Organ?
Weekly Comedy I
Ehmke Holds St, Louis to
Five Hits Shocker is
r-- Rapped Freely
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and a glimpse at
these fine styles is
sufficient to com
of lhe$e fine
Everyone a Real $25 Value
- THE MAKES !
are the famous Falls City and Portore system of fine
men's clothing, also makes - by other knorn . makers.
THE STYLES ' v'j V : "X
are for men and young men, sport, conservative and
semi styles featuring double and jingle breasted models.
: 7 TIIE PATTERNS :
consist of light and - dark ' mixtures, stripes and small
r patterna, colors of blue, brown, heather, green, etc. . :
All sizes from 32 to 44. Don't hesitate, men, act at once.
1 his sale t ill Saturday only.
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DETROIT, May 2 (American)
Ehmke held St. Louis to five hit3
today and Detroit won the open
ing game of the series. 3 to 1. The
Tigers hit Shocker opportunely.
while his opponent tightened in
the pinches and was given good
Score: R. H. E.
St. Louis 1 5 0
Detroit ...S 10
Salem High Ball Team
Goes to Woodbum Today
Weather permitting, the Salem
high school baseball team will go
to Woodburn today to nlay ihe
high school there.
Later in the week, a game is to
be played at Forest Grove, if the
present tentative arraangemsnts
are completed. The Salem high is
going strong for the top of the
ladder, and the Forest Grove ag-
' t Cleveland 10, Oifcago 6
CHICAGO, May 2. American)
Cleveland struck its batting
stride today and pounded out
10 to 6 victory over Chicago
thereby breaking: a losing treak
of five games. The locals used
three pitchers in an attempt to
stop the scoring. Coveleskle was
hit hard but was given great eup
port, especially by Wood who
speared Sheely's drive in the thir
Inning after a long run.
Score: R. JI. E
Cleveland 10 1 2
Chicago 6 11
Coveleskie and O'Neill; Russell
Wilkinson. McWeeney and
Philadelphia It, Washington 2
PHILADELPHIA, May 2.
(American) Four home rurs
three of which were made In sue
cession in th fourth Inning today
gave Philadelphia the deciding
game In the series with Washin?
ton by the score of 11 to 2.
walker's homerun in the first
Inning scored Johnston. In tho
fourth with two out. Walker again
made a homer scoring Younyr.
Perkins and Miller followed alio
with circuit smashes. After that
Mogrldpe was ejected and Fran
els finished the game holding 'at
Athletics to two hltsJ
Score: R. ll; EN
Washington ...... . . 2 7
Philadelphia .'. . . . 11 1
Mogridge. Francis andrGharr:
ty, Plcinich; Hasty and Perkins
At the regular monthly meet
ing held last night at the Salem
armory, Capital Post No. 9, Am
erican legion, voted to support a
baseball team composed of Legion
members for entry in the Salem
Twilight league series.
Many members of the local post
are rated as strong exponents of
the national gamj ana the local
post expects to make a good run
for the 1922 pennant.
Mary Schultz, a Salem violinist,
who recently returned to this city
after several years study with
eastern teachers, would probably
have been a much embarrassed
young woman, had she attenaea
last night's session of the 'ex-service
men and could have heard
ex-service men express praise for
Miss Schults and her sister Eliza
beth Schulti for their work In en
tertaining Oregon ex-service men
at the camps near New York,City
where Miss Schultx lived duNns
the World war penos.
Commander Joseph Minton and
other Legion men recalled stories
of the unselfish efforts at enter
tainment of soldiers recorded in
favor of the Misses Schultx and
members of the organization rot
ed to boost the concert given by
Miss Schultz at the Grand theater
Officials ot the post reported
nrorreas in the Legion's suit
against the state bonus commls-
ninn filnd rerentlv for Edwin
Woodford Stevens inan effort to
test the validity of the commis
sion's action tn granting loans of
less than 75 per cent of the ap
praised value of the security of
fered by the veterans.
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A visit to our store will convince you bur low overhead
exense makes it possible for us to sell at lower prices.,
AVe buy for cash and sell for Cash ; nq bad Accounts for
you to pay. We carry a complete line of Furniture,.Ruga
and Ranges. ' ; .
may be just one more
Valley Motor Company to.
Place Team in League
A team from the Vaalley Motor
company will take the place of
the Valley Packing company in
the Twilight league series, that
ctarts tlie last of May for the city
championship. The Valley Pack
ing company aggregation finished
in the cellar or the smokehouse
last season, fully cured as one of
its own bams of any baseball am
bitiana. ' 'V
This agreement was made Mon
day night at a meeting; of; the
league council at the Y.M.C.A.
Another meeting is to be hehlf v;
iwp wesa irom Monaay, on Majv
15r,when the directors from each
team aro to present their liata of
players for approval. Jf a man
playa toa well, or, too IU;-lf he is
an infectious crab, or a pernicious
pest, of any kind that threatens
the pcacft and harmony of the
leagues he is liable to get a black
ball or the. axe or something.
The first game will be played
May 22, between the Valley Mo
torists and the Y.M.C.A. teams.
The games are to be played on
Sweetland field, Willamette uni
Madras; incorporators, George T.
IPearce, A. Louis Lambert, W. B.
Gard, Elmon A. Adams; assets,
Fairview District Improvement
company, Klamath county; Incor
porators, John Matney, Josephine
Matney, J. H. Barnes and others.
Mother's Pie company, Port
land; incorporators, : Thomas
Hughes. H. S. Pillsbury, S. R.
Dlefendorf; capitalization, $5000.
A permit to operate in Oregon
was Issued to the Peck & Mill
Furniture company, an Illinois
corporation capitalized at $50,000.
A. G. Bickel of Portland Is named
as attorney-in-fact for Oregon.
Resolutions of dissolution were
filed by the Haviland Children's
home of Portland.
Articles of Incorporation were
filed yesterday by the Brookhurst
Orchard company of Portland,
capitalized at $75,000. The in
corporators are Sam Morrow, Ca
therine Morrow and O. B. Morrow.
employers and job-hunters are In
dexed. with their demands and
qualifications, so that the secre
tary can quickly get the two to
gether. Last year many hund
reds of men found wor through
the Y agency, and many a crop
was saved through th's central
bureau that found men to save
the fruit from spoiling for lack of
pickers. The system la to be ex
tended this year, and made even
more efficient than a yesr ago.
Where Cash TClks I V
373-77 Court SC
We Buy and Sell Used Furniture :
STATESMAN CLASSIFIED ADS; BRING RESULTS
John Sloss Post No. 79, depart
ment of Oregon, American legion,"
More Jobs Than Men Are
on File at Y. M. C. A
More Jobs than men are on file
down at the Y. M. C. A. f rea em
ployment bureau. This Is the re
verse of what It was most of the
winter. About 40 jobs have been
found within the past -three or
In general ranch help will re
ceive abdut $1.50 a Cay and
board, on long time contracts. A
little more is usually paid for cas
ual work, an average ot about $2
a day, with board.
The Y. M. C. A. is developing
a new card index syctem for
handling the labor situation. Both
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New York 12, IWoa 0
NEW YORK. Mar 2. CAmeri
can) The New York Yankee?
came out of their batting slump
her today -and easily defeated
Boston in the last gmi of the
erlrs. 12 to 6. Sehang- had fin
ger on his throwing hand split b
a four tip In th fifth Inning and
was forced to retire. Umpire
Walsh put Manager .Hngglns
he New York bench In the thir
Inning: ' ; -
Score: R. H. F,"
Boston . . . . . . -9 : ?
New York , . .-1218
Fullerton. Karr. W. Collins
Ruel. Walters; Jones and Sehang.'
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