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SQUIRE EDGEGATE The Constable Comes to Rescue In the Emergency and Interprets a Classic?
BY LOUIS RICHARD
St. 'Louis Bats1 Hard and
Defeats Detroit Boston
Tigers Jump to Lead and
Keep it With Total of
"Fifteen Safe Hits
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
11LI1S U TS SCORES
My CLllHT BUM SWVOfWO ,87 Alrt- t?WSOA, ' I WHO STfllS W " TW J I Tt TtLU YOU 1
natl Ca toe Co, N. Y . ifiSSs
DETROIT, June 24. (Ameri
can.) St. Louis batted bard to
day and defeated Detroit, IS 'to 4.
Williams bit bis 19th home ran
of the season In. the third inning
with two runners on base. -
Score "j R. II E.
St. Louis ........ '. . Z 1 19 2
Detroit ...... 4 12. 1
Van Gilder, Danforth, Wright,
and Severeid; Fillette, Cole, Ston
er and ..Bassler. , , 'fi -
Boston 12-5; New York 7-3 ,
BOSTON,- June 24. Boston
took both'jjamcs from. New York
today making it ; four straight
from tbe league champions, the
first game 12 to 7 and the second
6 to . Scott participated In hla
1 00th "consecutive ' bfg league
game by playing" in the second
contest.-'. :; ,y V" ' ' i: ' .-.- '
First- game H.--II.E.
New York V v. T 11 '1
uoBton ; "... ... I; 13 i f
JODw, .Murray. . u uoui ibq
Horfman; W. Coll;
ns, Russell and
Secand game j . R H. E.
New York . . . ,V, . . 2 7.1
Boston d 5 10 1
. Bui-h and Devormer; Piercy
aicWalters,.Ruelj J -Clibytgo
6; Cleveland 4
. CHICAGO, June 24. Eddie
Mulligan's great all around play
fag today- enabled Chicago -, to
make it three In a - fow from
Cleveland,' 6 to 4. Both on the
attack and defense. Mulligan was
the star. He contributed a double
in the fifth which sent two rant
ftcrops; the plate and gate the
White Sox the lead, and bis triple
in , the .eighth broke a tie and
gave the locals the winning mar-
gin-.... ; :' ;, .v.v .'
Score- ' ! ' lt: H. E
Cleveland ......... V 4 15
Chicago 6 13
Morton. Keefe, Sothoron and
O'Neill; Faber and Schalk. ,
Philadrtphia 8; Washinston 2
WASHINGTON, June -24. The
Athletics bunched long hits to
day off two Washington pitchers
and won easily 8 to 2. "Naylor's
confrol was perfect and he was
effective -8n- all except ;two in
nings . '' I v::--i ,-- ;:
Ccore r ' , "R. H. E.
Philadelphia" I i .8.9 1
Washington. .... .... 2 8 2
: Naylor and Perkins; Erlckson,
rhlUlps and Gharrity. "ia
CREWS REST FOR RACE
PpUGHKEEPSIE, N.L Y., June
55.--With the lnter-colieglate re
gatta two days away, rowing
coaches continued to ease up on
theif crews today. Only light
paddleswere taken none of the
crews going more than two miles
down the river. - 'v ," ''" -'
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LOS ANGELES, June 24. Ver
non scored its fifth consecutive
1cU.it over Portland today 7 to
4. t The Tigers jumped to the lead
in the first frame when Hyatt
tripled and scored two after
Smith had already reported home
on Hawk's single.
: Score . ' R. II. E.
Portland 4 4 0
Vernon 7 15 3
M'ddleon and Fuhrman; Houck,
Schneider and Murphy.
. Salt Lake 8. Angels 1
; FALT LAKE CITY. June 24.
The- only run the Angels got off
Ilcliia Thurston today was a hom
er by Dixie Carroll In, the fourth
and the Bees clinched the series
by defeating the Angels 8 to 1.
The locals rapped Thomas hard in
the. first four winnings. Strand
and Sand hit; homers, the latter
With two on.' i
Score V k R. II. E.
Los .Angeles .'. .... t ... 1 7 " 1
Salt Lake .i 8 14 0
Thomas, McQaa'de and Bald
win; Thurston and Byler. -
Reaftle 9, Oakland 6 ? .
OAKLAND. June : 24. Seattle
stopped Oakland's winning streak
today In a pitching duel,' winning
9 to 0. , Oakland had won ' the
first four games of the series but
MacK was too good ror. them to
day. ' Brenton and Jones, of the
Oaks were batted alt over the lot.
Score R. IL E.
Seattle 9 13 1
Oakland .... ..... ... . .0 7 3
Mack and J. Adams; Brenton,
Jones and Mi tie.
Frisco. 5, Sacramento 3
SACRAMENTO, June! 24.
Adolnh Schlnkel, former star tor
the Calgary, Western Internation
al league ball team, both won and
lost the Kame here In the last two
innings today, the final, score be
ing San Francisco 5r .Sacramento
In the 8th. with one down, he
played the Senators in the lead
with, a ' hotner; 'then proceeded, ; in
tha-jieTt .innlnr.'to'TnisJudg'e Pete
Kildttfri fly: Vs' v
Score ' - ' - -; R. H.' E
San Francisca .......5 12 1
Sacramento '.'T. . : . . , . . 3 'l 1
Alten'and Agnewf .Prough and
Stanage. , v.- ; '
New World Record is
Established by Woman
NEW YORK. June 24. A
new world's record of four min
utes. 38 3-5 seconds for the 400
Woman's relay was established to
day by the women's swimming as
sociation of New York in the A.A
U. championship event In Brighton
Beach pool. The former record
was 4 minutes, 40 seconds,. made
last year by the women's swim
ming association .quarter.
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Dodgers Get Two Out of
Three in Series. With New
NEW YORK, June 24. (Na
tional) Brooklyn won a hectic
etrugle from the Giants today 6
to 5, giving- the Dodgers two out
of three in the series.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn . . . . 6 11 2
Grimes and Miller; Toney, Cau
sey and Smith.
Chicago 10, St. Louis O
ST. louis, June 24. (Nation
al) Errors by the Cardinals sl
owed the Cubs to win a siugfest
10 to 9 today and make it two
straight over the locals. Five
home runs were crashed out in the
game, the Cardinals hitting four
and Chicago one, Hornsby get
ting his sixteenth homer of the
season. : "
Score - j
R. .11. E.
10 13 1
St. Loula ;v
.9 13 3
and WIrth; Haines. Walker, Pfef
er. Barfoot and Ainsmith, Clem
Ui' dmcinnatl 7, PKtsburjr 3
PITTSBURGH, June 24. (Na
tional) Cincinnati made It two
straight from Pittsburgh by win
ning today's game 7 to 3. - Glas-
ner was, batted freely, but poor
base, running by. the visitors kept
their score down., :z - A
Score ' 1 . R. H E
Cincinnati 7 19 (
Pittsburgh .... ... 3 9 C
Luque, Keck and Wingo; Glaz
ner, Hollingsworth, Morrison and
, rtiiladelpM 6-4, Boston 1-1
PHILADELPHIA, June 24.
(National) Philadelphia won the
fourth straight victory over Bos
ton tc day by taking both ends of
a double header. Lee Meadows
beat the Braves in tbe first game
by a score of 6 to 1, while Jess
Winters held the visitors to seven
scattered bits In the second con
lest. winning 4 to 1.
Score. ......."'V . R. II. E.
Boston' i? ;V;r.r. 1 9 i
Philadelphia V. .lVV. .6 14 0
5 'McQuillan ndp'N'll; Mead
ows and Henllne. ' ' '
Second game; '' "
3 Score -f-" ' R. 'IT. E.
Boston , 1 7 0
Philadelphia .4 11 V 2
Fillfngim. Lansing and Gowdy;
Winters and Peters.
College Player Ready
, For Tennis Tournament
PHILADELPHIA. June 24.
Sixty seven players wearing the
have your measure taken
STATS - ST.
LEAGUE STANDINGS I
San Francisco ....
W. L. Pet
New York .
St. Louis . .
Pittsburg . .
. 38 23
. 33 28
. 30 28
. 32 31
. 29 30
. 28 .31
. 23 33
. 24 35
Cincinnati . .
Brooklyn . .
W. L. Pet.
St. Louis 39 27 .591
New York 37 31 .544
Detroit 35 30 .538
Chicago 33 32 .508
Washington 31 34 .477
Cleveland 30 35 .462
Boston 28 35 .444
Philadelphia 24 33 .421
colors of 26 colleges and univer
sities will draw for places tomor
row night in the annual Inter
collegiate tennis championships
which begin Monday on the courts
of the Meriod Cricket club. Most
of the entries came from the east
and New England, but California
with two teams Texas, Georgia,
Illinois, Michigan, Washington,
Wisconsin and Oklahoma also
will have teams. -
Walter Hagen Overwhelmed
As He Prepares to
Sail for Home
SOUTH HAMPTON, uns 24.
(Ty the Ass'd Press.) Walter
Hagen was overwhelmed with con
gratulations on winning the Brit
ish open golf championship when
he boarded the steamer Acqul
tanla here today. He declared
ttat it was a great competition
with the result In doubt until the
last. He paid tribute to the mag-
niflcant playing of the British en
try, J. II. Taylor, and said that
Gecrgo Duncan had been balked
by bad luck.
- The new champion, refening
to the American open champion
ship matches, gave bis opinion
that the team England would
end would command the respect
Of tbe golfing world.
t Jim Barnes and Jock Hutch
ison praised the showing made by
Hagen, Barnes saying that he had
never seen him play better golf
State Prison Team to
Play Multnomah Today
. Tbe baseball team of tho Multt
nomaii Amateur Athletic Club of
Portland will be In Salem today
to play the fast team of the state
penitentiary. The prison team is
one of the, best in the history of
the institution, some of the play
era having played formerly witfe
the Pacific coast and other lta-
gnes. The prospect for the pri
sen team to win is considered
Canadian Golf Title y
won by Montreal Man
LANCASTER, Ont.. June 24
C. O. Fraser of Kanawakt club
Montral. won the Canadian ama
teur golf championship today by
defeating N. M. Scott of the Royal
Montreal club one up at the 37th
hold in a sensational match over
the links of the Hamilton Golf
At Toledo 2; Milwaukee .5.
At Columbus 5; Kansas. City 4.
At Indianapolis 6. Minneapolis 7
At Louisville 3; St. Paul 12.
At Tulsa 7; Oklahoma City 1.
At St. Joseph 2: Wichita 8.
At Des Moines 2; Omaha1 14.
V At Sioux City 11; Denver J.
Intercollegiate Classic to Be
Seen Tomorrow at
POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y., June
4. Over the waters that for
nearly three decades have pro
vided a course for the mo3t eager
ly sought and most bitterly fought
victories in American intercol
legiate rowing the crews of six
universities will pull oars Mon
day in the Intercollegiate Rowing
association's 24th championship
Of more than ordinary inter
est to even the close followers of
rowing is this year's regatta, the
entries of the University of Wash
ington and the United State)
naval academy expanding tbe
eastern aspect of the races to na
tional importance and furnishing
a means for determining the su
premacy on the water beteweni
the two sides of the continent.
Navy Is Eager
The navy crew, regarded as a
southern entry, was so anxious
le show its mettle that the cadet
oarsmen obtained permission to
miss part of the middies' annual
cruise to accept the association's
invitation to compete. Its racing,
almost all of which is done seve
ral hundred miles north of An
napolis. has made it the most
feared to the east.
It is only -the third appearance
of the navy and Washington in
the association's regatta, usually
participated In by Cornell. Colum
bia, Pennsylvania and Syracuse.
The coaches of these crews re
gard Monday's encounter as of
especial significance to experts.
considering that the best sweep
handlers in the colleges of the
country will be on the water.
Contest la Classic
For. more than a quarter of a
century the intercollegiate regatta
usually rowed at Poughkeepsie,
has divided with the annual Har
vard-Yale race the glare of the
spotlight in American rowing.
Tales of hair-breadth finishes,
with the crews crumpling up like
pasteboard figures after a driv
ing finish; of perfectly synchron
ized eights rowing like automa
tons, have found their inspiration
at either New London or Pough
keepsie. Navy Highly Tooted
Navy, which won this regatta
last year, with tbe Pacific coast
entry. California, finishing sec
ond and Cornell, with a crew up
to the usual standard, are being
highly touted tonight. Cornell
has established a record In this
classic unequalled in any other
branch of sport, having won 13
times and finished second five
times out of 2 5 starts. It has de
feated both Yale and Harvard this
Winner Ten Lengths Ahead
of Horse That Won $50,
000 Latonia Race
LATONIA RACE TRACK. LA
TONIA. Ky., June 24. (By the
A. P.) Whlskaway, Harry Payne
Whitney's great colt, wh'ch a
week ago gave Morvich the only
defeat ot his racing career, re
peated that triumph today when
he rwept past the wire winner
of tbe $50,000 special Latonia
race for 3-year-olds before a rec
ord breaking crowd of 80,000 per
sons. The chestnat son ot Whisk,
broom II defeated the best field
the nation could send against htm
In what probably was the greatest
race for 3-year-olds in a decade.
' Thibodeaux. .rank outsider la
the betting, and a Kentucky bred
horse, finished second in a driv
ing finish with Whlskaway. cross
ing the wire a halt length behind
tbe winner. Morvich was third,
10 lengths behind Whlskawav.
Pillory, winner of the 50.00fl
Pteakness stakes, was fourth and
Deadlock was fifth. The mile
and a quarter was run in 2:02 45
which is within one-fifth of a sec
ODd of the track record.
A 2 ticket in thSe pari-mutuels
paid the surprising good odds of
$11.10 to win on Whiskaway;
i-.lO to place and $4.30 to shew.
Thibodeaux paid $20.30 to place
ad $3.90 to show, while the
price on Morvich to show was
There was no question of the
relative racing ability of V'hUk
avay over Morvich today. Mor
v'ch vas dec:sivc'y beaten, strug
gle v ith a I'rvd v.ary st.'U..
the f-Plsh. lablishti h's
clvri to Amerlms greatest t'lr-e
year lid of th eu. WhiiKaw.iy
sbt-wed a stam'na which p,vbi"vj?
grove things !u fn'.:re evn'.'. of
Yanks and Britons to
Play Ball and Cricket
PARIS. June 24 Veterans of
tbe American and British armies
who are residents of the French
capital soon will meet In baseball
and cricket games. The British
Legionaires have challenged mem
bers of the American Legion Par
Is post to a baseball tussle pro
viding the Yankees meet them on
the cricket field.
Since the ez-dougboys must
learn cricket from the ground up
the" former Tomm'es have agreed
not to play Canadians on their
nine. Paris is taking to baseball.
In tbe new league the Paris post.
Veterans of Foreign wars, is lead
ing, tbe American legion is run
ner-up and a rattling good outfit
of Frenchmen is near the top.
An American Graves Registra
tion service team and clubs pick
ed from branches of various Am
erican banks also are In the
league whose games are played
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GENOA, June 13. Gianni Ca
proni, the Italian airplane inven
tor and constructor, considers the
United States today to be tbe best
field in the world for the develop
ment of civilian aviation. He pre
pared and brought to Genoa a
comprehensive program for aerial
communication over Europe, but
this will have to wait, he said to
day, owing to the limited financial
strength of the various countries
embraced In his scheme.: "But In
the United States." the Italian In
ventor continued, "civilian avia
tion promises to make rapid prog
ress. "The country covers roughly
about the same erea as Europe,"
and all the elements for speedy
growth are present. I hope to con
tribute to this branch of American
Germans are showing the great-'
est activity in Europe," at the pres
ent time, in tbe field of aeronau
tics, according to aerial observers
at Genoa daring the recent con
ference. Anthony Fokker and
Professor Junkers, both German
experts, have leased three alr
factorles in Holland. The Zeppelin
company is active in a factory on
the Swiss side of Lake Constanza.
and at the same time has leased
an Italian factory near Genoa and
Is organising a company for avia
tion construction near Seville,
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First Game in League
Ends With Score Tied
The first game ot the Bible
School league was played be
tween the First Methodist team
and tne tsungiow uansiwa scnooi
yesterday. IV was ' an interesting
game from start to . finish. The
m ft a
game ended with a tie score ot 13 -
Theteams were as follows;
i.Flrst MeihodUti-Wherrr, JJerg-man.-
Wilcox, Stanley , Price Al
bert Clarke Rossell '.Roblnt.V Don
Thomas, Jack Price, Mosher, -;
; Bungalow - Christian Worty -Grain,;
LIndon Leaner, jVlrgH .De
Voe. Ernest Man. Chas. Barnard,
HellenbeclC Frank ;Ca lids; Chas.
Newberry, Ned Herrold; ' .
Teams w ' are orgstoled Ma the
other four schools and the boys
are.assured of some "good baae-
Former Salem Man Will
Coach School in Iowa
DES MOINES. June 24. Ralph
Sartf, of Des Moines and Salem,'
Ore., former Drake university ath
lete has been ' appointed physical
director and -football coach at the
Waterloo high school, it fas an
nounced here today. -; i '
A touring revue company which
carried Its own orchestra played
In a, small town. As the local
theater had an orchestra ot-lu
own, they doubled np ; 7 "
On the first night there was at
awful discord. " " -:".- " ,
! ''What's the matter"' whispered
the producer to the local orchestra
leader. Our- men : are ' playing
half a tone lower than the oth
ers." "I know they are. said the
leader. "That's the only, way to
let the audience know that we've
got two orchestras. ' London
Ellis E. Cooley