The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 22, 1922, Page 2, Image 2

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Portland Peps Up - and
Takes Game from Salt
" Lake 22 to 5
43ALT LAKE CITY, July 21.
Tbe Portland . "Beavers Jwalloped
the Salt Lake Bees 22. to 5 today.
'Uncle Blm" Myers ' started to
fcorl lor the locals; then came
Rteger,, Lazarrl. and Schick the
latter leaving his station in center
totake-up pitching duties. Tbe
Bqavers gathered 22 hits, includ
ing; five homers.
1 R. II. E.
Portland 22 22
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Salt Lake .......... 5 11 3
Jpatteries - Houck, Leverena
and King; Myers,' Relger, Laz
zeh, Schick; and Anflnson.
. Wun Francisco 4, Oakland 1
OAKLAND; July 21. , The
Seals beat the Oaks 4 to 1 today.
TUfcy i started after Brenton In
the. opening . frame and put one
mil across the plate. .In the sec-
.(ad after San Francisco bad scor
ed twice," Bfenton 'was -lifted and
with the bags full, Jones went in
Hj promptly walked O'Conneli,
forcing In Kelly with another tal
ly Oakland got its lone run -in
tbe ninth inning.
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H. B
9 . 1
5 3
aa .Francisco St... 4
Oakland .'. .'".'.. ." . 1
Batteries Allen and
Brenton,- Jorie3. :Eller and
leJ ; k . "i ,
II Lot Angeles 4, Vernon 1
iLOS , ANGELES, July 21 By
defeating Vernon 4 to 1 today,
-Lqj Angeles made it (our straight
from tbe Tigers and annexed ber
twelfth, consecutive win. Toir.
Hughes was the Individual ' star,
holding' the Tigers to three scat'
teTed bits' and driving In three
of the Angels' runs.
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L6i Angeles 4
Vernon? t- . -. . '. . i " ' 1
''Batteries Ilughfes and
kUj; Dell and Hannah.
7 4
3 0
Katll 7, Karrammto 1
'SACRAMENTO, Cal.. July 21.
-Jacobs held!' the Senators safe
totlay" jwhlK, Seattle batted the
Sacramento pitchers hard ahU
vnn J ta 1.
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Fattloi. 7 11 1
Sacramento ' .1 5 1
UJatterlon Jacobs and Adanio;
Fitteiy,- Cafield and Stanae. ,
Onio Gelding Victorious
Three Straight Heats -
Attendance Large
iKALAMAZOO.mich.,' July 21.
ABy the ' Associated Press )
Tht last day of the Kalamazoo
grand circuit tuecilng wa given
ovrx ' to the paOrs with three
events put over in fast time. (The
fre-rpr-all. pace with eix starters
dflVclbpe8'.' a "real race between
Jimmta . McKcrron, Hal Mahone
and Sir Roclf. ..The Ohio gelding
took the -first oat after a hard
driVe with Hal -Mahone clone up
and the. Dean entry in the last
herft. "The Ray entry repeated In
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- Machine gunners from the 103d Infantry In the yard of the Chi
cago and Alton Railroad at Bloomington, 1I1. prepared for . any
emergency that might arise. Following the report that strikers were
going to use firearms and machine guns to prevent strikebreakers
from going to work, guardsmen from the Illinois National Guard unit
i ire been mobilized and ready for action, ,
the second: heat , bnt .was. chased
to the wire by Roy Gfatton.with
Sir Roch third and Hal Mabone
tt tbe end of the string. ' '.'
Sir Roch stepped out and took
tbe final mile, forcing Ray into
second position with Hal Mahone
third. The race was paced in an
average time of less than 2:03.
Johnnie Quirk and Logan II.
Edgewood were drawn at the
close of the second heat. Roy
Crattan ruled favorite at the
start. T. ';!,'-.:.:' V.'-. 1 .
Hal Bee, the favorite In 2:11
pace, fonnd the field anything bnt
soft and was forced to give way
to Henry Direct, except in the
third I heat, when the Nebraska
mare finished in front. The Sher
wood came borne second in the
opening heat but after that was
unable to stand ther speed. Hal
Bee made several bids to win on
the stretch but Henry Direct was
able to uncork the necessary speed
to hold the leadsxcept In the fi,nal
mile. I
The 2:14 pace belonged to Mi
nerva Gentry the favorite, all the
way. The Marvin Chjlds entry was
the class winning three straight
while Fagan and Miinnle Williams
were raced out in' an. effort to
head off the Gentry mare.
The attendance far the five days
meeting was a record breaker.
Meuscl's Terrific Hitting is
Feature of - Hardest Bat
tle of This Season ;
NEW YORK, Jaly 21 Meusel's
terrific hitting etiabled the New
York Americana to overcome De
troit's i five run jleaA and defeat
the visitors in tbe third game of
the series. Meuse hit a home run,
triple ; and two f s'ngies in four
times m'p and drove in or scored
all of New York's runs. .
Score: R. II. E.
Detroit ... . . 5 11- 0
New York ... 7 12 1
Olson, Cole aid Woodall; Dush,
Hoyt und Schang. . , ,
St. Louis lO. Philadelphia 2
PHIIJDELnilA. July 21.
St. Lou's kit three Philadelphia
pitchers hard- today anUoti. Uu.
third game or,; the series.
Scores ' R. H. E.
St. Louis ...I .10 16 0
Fhllartelphia i.. ... ..2 10
Wright and Severe'd; Harris
Sullivan. Ogden and Bergr, Ter
kins. I
. Itoeton A, Chicago 7
BOSTON, July 21. Boston de-
feated Chicago in 11 Innings to
day, in the Hth Pratt singled,
took necond ion Dugan's bunt and
scored the Wlnn'ng run on John
ColllnaV fourth hit of the after
non. The victory brought Boston
out of last placo. ;
Score: ; It. "If. E
Chicago . .i? ......... 7 12 0
Boston '.A.i..-. 8 15 2
Robertsojn. Schnpp. Hodge
Blankenshlp and Schatk; Quinn
Russell, Plercy and Walters, Ruel
tlcveland 1, Waskngton O
. ,WASHIS.GTON, July 21.
Cleve!and I went into fourth place
In tho American "league standing
by defeating Washington today
for iti 12th stralght victory.
r Score: i U. -IT. E.
Cleveland) ; . . . . . .1 .5 $
Washington . . ,...0 5 J
. Morton, and Nelll; Johnson
Francis and Picinich and Gharrity
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Couch Outpitches Toney and
Defeats New York by
Score of 5 to 3
CHICAGO. July 21. Alexander
waa better than "Dutch" Ruether,
star southpaw of the league, in a
pitching duel today, and Chicago
defeated Brooklyn in a game
which required one hour and 13
minutes to play.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn ..0 4 1
Chicago 1 6 0
Ruether and Deberry; Alexan
der and O'Farrell.
Cincinnati 5, Sew York 3
CINCINNATI, O.. July 21.
Couch outpitched Toney today and
the Reds won the third game pf
the series with the Giants. The
home team bunched hits in the
fifth and sixth innings and earn
ed all their runs.
Score R. H. E.
New York 3 7 1
Cincinnati 5 8 2
Toney, Barnes and Synder, Gas
ton; Couch and Hurgrave.
Pittsburg 6, Philadelphia O
Pittsburgh made it three straight
from Philadelphia by winning to
day's g.atqte, the second shutout of
the 'seriesiX.1
Score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 0 4 0
Pittsburg 6 8 0
Ring, G. Smith and Henline;
Morrhon and Gooch.
St. Ionlg 6, Boston O
ST. LOUIS, July 21. Four-
nier's homo run. with the bases
full in the eighth gave the Cardi
nals a victory over Boston- here
today. ! It was t,he third straight
for St. Louis over the Braves and
moved thsm to within .004 of the
league leading Giants, who lost
o Cincinnati. Prior to the eighth
Watson had hurled sensationally
In this Inning four hits and two
3rrora gave the Cardinals their
Score R. H. E.
Boston ....... ...114 2
St. iLonls . -6 8 C
J Watson and Gibson;) North
Ooak, Bar foot and demons, ,,
Deputy Game Wardens
Cited on Contempt Count
ASTORIA. Or.. July 21. Dep
uty Game Wardens Larson anC
Morgan who have been pa t roll! n
the sea off tho Columbia to en
force the purse seining act w'f.h-
'n tho three mile 1'mit. were cited
by Judge Cushman of the federal
court, at Tacoma, to answer charg
es or contempt. It was said here
that Carl D. Shoemaker, master
fish wsrden for Oresron, end Er
nest Pea borg. supervisor of fish
eries for Washington, nlso were
being served with citations . al
though' ne'ther was here today.
The case arises from difficul
ties 'n the Internretat'nn of Ore
qon and Washington laws reulat
ing purse seining for salmon.
Vancouver Oarsmen
Win Regatta Honor?
PORTLAND. Or., July 21 Van
couver i B. C, won the honors In
the first day of the two-day row
ing regatta of the North Pacific
association of Amateur Oarsmer
here by winning the Junior four
oared race and the junior doubles.
Portland took one race, the sin
gle sculls and the James Bay Ac-
quatif association of Victoria die'
not w n a race.
The main event of the day, the
junior four-oared race, was ; n
sweep'.ng victory for the stalwart
oarsmen from Vancouver.
Their No. 1 crew composed o'
W. G. . Wetsford. bow; N Hess
No. 2: B. Boe, No. 3. and C. H
B. Fmlayson. stroke, won easily
with the Vancouver No. 2' crev-
second The Portland four
swamped at the mile and did no
even finish.
The James Bay club of Victor
did not have an entry rnMhl
All the races were rowed over
a course that" was badly "roughen
ed by a fresh breeze from the
north into which the oars
men had to pnll. This made fast
time .impossible. . , '.
... PARIS. July 21. Roger Conti
the "Vrench billiard . player. .In" j
match with Gibelin. another
Frenchman, ran .3.R0O .points at
18.2 balkline in S3 innings for
an average of 61 French bil
liard Ists claim Ihhrls a world's
record average, the former rec
ord of 51 having been held by
Jake Schaefer. the world's champ
lon CpnU'a high,, run In tho
match was 432. as against Schae-
fer's record of 136, made in 1921
Glbelin in the match sccred 2136
points. . .
a barrel of moonshine. That Is!
what you might call being in bad
spirits-. . "f .
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McKenzie River Country Is
Threatened by Furious
Forest , Fife3 ,
EUGENE. Ore.; July 21. The
forest fire in the Cascade moun
tains adjoining Blue river, caused
by the burning of the Antlers ho
tel and other buildings there yes
terday, is spreading to the green
timber, according to word receiv
ed from there today.
Some of j the finest timber in
the McKenasie country is In the
path of the flames. The forest
service has a ci-ew of 20 or 23
men at work trying to check the
spread of the flames.
EUGENE; Ore., July 21. The
army airplane patrol operating
out of Eugene located seven new
torest fires in the coast section of
Oregon today.
One of the planes was disabled
this afternoon when it was com
pelled to land on the local golf
links before it could reach the
municipal aviation field, on ac
count of lack of gasoline.
Flainen Threaten Park
BEND, Or., July 21. Fir
fighter from tbf? Shevllii log
ging camps were today opposing
blaze of considerable propor
tion which at one time threaten
ed, Sheviin park, in the Tumalo
anyon. and also the Tumalq, fish
hatchery. It was believed that
he flames; would be controlled
Jimmy Keane Wins
Title in Roque League
CHICAGO, July 21. Jimmy b
Keans of Wahington Park, today
won the diamond medal title of
the American roque league and
with it the roque champlonchip
fter a week of competition with
the country's masters..
Though he had led' all other
contenders .throughout, the week
rt play. which ended today,
Keane nearly lost his laurels this
afternoon when he was defeated
by A. G. Buffan, of Los Angeles
32 to 15. Through this victory
Buff am finished the tournament
with a total of 458 points, only
six below Keane's total of 464.
A. B. Wilson, of ? Washington
Park, finished thirds. with 408
whll3 I'. CI Turner of Pasadena,
Cal., had 390 for fourth.
NEW YORK. July 21. Leo. P.
Pllnn, manager of Bill Brennan.
Chicago heavyweight, announced
upon his departure from the cit$
tonight that he Intended to meet
Jack Kearns. Jack Dempsey's
manager in Detroit tomorrow for
the purpose of signing articles for
Brennan-Dempsey encounter at
Michigan City, Ind., on labor dav.
Limerick in Hands of
Irish Free Staters
DUBLIN, July 21 (By the
Associated j- Press.) Limerick is
completely: in pWsesion of the
free , state forces. It is officially
nnounced. but no detail of the
final engagement with irregular
.roops are given.
With Limerick and Waterford
In .the hands oLthe national forc
;s', tbe attack on this line now bas
een opened in earnest and a com
bined assault is expected shortly.
The free staters have cocupied
Tulamoore, where they were re
ceived with enthusiasm and popu
ar rejoicing. They now domin
a'e King3 county.
vCANlON. China, July 20. By
the " Associated Press) Sun Yat
Sen's forces in northern Kwang
Tung. On whom tbe deposed pres
ident of South China has been
pinning his hope of regaining
power, hate been defeated and are
in retreat.! pursued by the. troops
of Chen Chlung M'ng. who over
threw Sun, according to-dvlce?
received here today from Shin
Chow. -....
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The outdoor swimming season for women affords the assurance
of being the most brilliant and successful in the annals of the water
port for mermaids. More meets than ever are being held, national
White Ready to Submit to
Arrest for Expressing
: Sympathy to Strikers
i TOFEKA. Kan . July 21 By
the Associated Press! Judie J.
A. McDermott Ot the Kansas in
dustrial court, jeft this-jafter0c-n
for Emporia, to investigate the
William. Allen White case while
from the governor's off?ceit was
announced that there -was n
Change in the state's plana to ar-
rest the Emporia editor Efor his
alleged violation of the indpstrial
court set in posting placards en
couraging the striking railroad
The. only reason for the post
ponement of action, it was said,
was to determine a plan of cam
t harge J? Explained
It was understood that Judac
McDermott had a eompla'nt
aga'nst White with bim and that
insructions were that, if White
took down the loffending sign, no
attempt RTiouId; be made to arrest
him. But thati If he did not, Mc
Dermott was to file the informa
tion w'th Roland Boynton, county
attorney. Late information from
Fmpor?a-wa tn the effect that
the yeiTow card" which caused the
break between White and Allen
is. still In position, but White has
not changed the "fifty per cent
sympathy for the railroadmen."
Yestirday the card was changed
from 4 9 to TiO per cont.
From Emporia came word that
White, lifelong friend of Governor
Allen, was d sapwinted at the de
lay in tbe proposed arrest. An ar
ticle in tonight's issue of the Em
poria Gazette. White says:
Flowrrw Are Present ed
"All day tho editor of the Ga
zette hs been aiftinc; up dressed
fur tpe exportation. Occasional
ly a box of flowers would .come
in. He g.-t bi last communica
tion, fiom Henry Gannse. hjs at
torney, and sat ping ""pious
hymns, waiting for the prwess'on
to stari. Ho hfed a dy'ng state
ment written and put in type and
was in a beatified frame of mind
when tho notice came that a re
prievefbad been granted nntil snrt
d'owm Then he heard Judge Mc
DermorVjWas rowing1' to Emporia
under a flag of Crnce sent the Ga
zette man into bomb proof
with his gs mask and hs tin baf
over his eyes."
Seconds Hold t'onfrrrnte
EMPORIA. Kanras. July 21
By tbe Asaociated Press i Sec
onds for Governor H. J. Alien and
Editor William Allen White con
ferred here tonight In the ces
sions of Judge J. A. MacDermott,
industrial court and Henry Gan.e.
attorne.v lor Mr. White.
The industrial court judge ar
rived here tonight from Topeka.
rent as an emissary of the gover
nor, (n the controversy over the
display of a window rard by Mr.
Whie expressing sympathy for
etrikin? railrond tnca.
yt&r. White was prepared today
and International events, to take place in every part of the country,
bringing tbe country's foremost ars and. leading foreign contestant!
together. Amerlca'a most famous aquatic marvels are shown here.
for arrest on charges hs violated
the industrial icourt law by' dis
playing the card.
Offer of Peace Made
Judge Macperott brought, an
offer of peace: re ae extended if
Mr. White woild haul down his
colors. Mr, Ganse said Mr." White
would not bach down. There had
been no compromise when the
conference broke np at a lato
Just before the conference! Edi
tor5 White announced that lie
would not take down the card he
had placed on display in the win
dow of hN office, expressing sym
pathy with the striking railroad
men, - until he had beeri arrested
for displaying it, as bo under
stood the governor p'anned t' d'.
At the cloe of -the onferpnee
Judpe MacDermott retired ty .&
hotel, refusing to indicate what
further action would follow, i
I am carrying no chip 'on my
shoulder, neither am I court'ng
arrest." said Mr. White tonight.
"But I am standing for freedom
! of Fpcech and a free press,- IPs I
have always stood for them.'1'
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Ground Is being broken this
tveek for the new school building
f w hich Is to be constructed of hol
low tile, to be completed by No
vember 1. . -
Earl and Ilatcl Bear were in
Salem Friday. The former for
medical treatment, having been In
a saiem hospuai a tew days the
first of the week.
Mrs. Clara Cawmack of Tort-
land is visiting her sister, MrsV W.
T.Jtlches. ;. . , ; .. -i
Rebekah Iodge bad good at
tendance Wednesday evening with
an initiation .jcf-. three. ;
It. D. Gray went to Portland
Thursday to attend the Bankers'
convention. i
K. B. Ffetrhor of Salem, the
principal ofthe Turner school tbe
coming year, was In Turner Wed
nesday. Mrs. Ellen Fisher, who Las
spent come weeks visiting rfiends
at Turner and Salem, aoon gooa
to join her husband at Tacoma,
be having recently gone Into bus
iness there with Walter Robin-
ROT1- r;,. .
Mrs. Mary Barr has. been quite
fick.-. , , - ,
Art Cornelius and family -spent
a few days at Mill' City."
,G. A. McKay - and wfr . are.
spending few days at lone. Ore.
John Forrest of Salem la vis
iting his daughter. Mrs. Chavls.
Mrs. Wm. Salisbury went to
Salem Friday to visit her als'er.
Mr. Lawrence.
Mr. Astroth wlli show his m liv
ing picture: films at Ball's hall
the evening of July 25.. This Is
In connection viflth the Jersey
Cattle club meeting held that day.
PENSACOLA, Fla.; July 21.
Sidney Cat ts. former governor of
Florida, who Is under Indictment
here charging peonage filed vol
untary bankruptcy In federal
district court here today.
The lo( af Ttt bll itles "lTsTed "TTm
ount to $43,032.73 with assets
given as $1,910.