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SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1022
, THE OREGON STATESMAN; SALEM OREGON
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and lb ve ryw mere
Representatives of Chicago
- Motor Club Are on Way
to Los Angeles
Bert jiVanderwart s and P; ; J.
Kuester, representing the Chicago
Motor club of 40,000 members,
TlsHed -Salem Friday. They are
logging: the road from the Windy
.City to Los Angeles and return,
taking In the national parks and
other big things en route, so that
the club, headquarters , can : have
first-hand information of travel-
In Our Made
To Measure ;
oTE is an important;
consideration : among
young men. A second
class buys , Clothes for
their long weary while a
third group lays empha-.
' sis on fit.
In this Store you not on
ly get .what you want,
but the other things in
addition. That's why you
get the fullest jneasure
of value for your cloth
ing dollars here.
426 State St.'
j LEAGUE STANDINGS
PACITIO COAST UCAOUE
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lag conditions in the west.
Three out of every four of their
office inquiries are from people
who want to come to the far west.
They get all the Way from 50 to
150 a day. They want to know
every essential and many of the
merely curious things of the trip.
Especially do they desire to know
of the camping and water and re
pair facilities. Fully 75 per cent
of the tourists who travel west
ward carry their own camping
outfits, say these two travelers.
Good camp grounds are far more
Important to them than good ho
tels and feather beds.
"There-are a good many free
camps," said Mr. Vanderwarf.
"At Aberdeen, South Dakota,
the townsmen found that the av
erage camprng tourist outfit spent
10 in their town. ; They had more
than 30,000 of these ten-dollar;
visitors, which ought to help some.
It is a bigger single industry than
most interior towns ever saw or
will see. if it 'is properly devel
oped. The towns that serve the
best in the way of camp attrac
tions, as a rule thrive best in the
business returns. But the splen
did camps on the coast, where a
small charge is made for camp
privileges, -are well worth the
money in the . facilities that they
The two , travelers were five
weeks on the road from Chicago,
and they saw both the Yellow
stone and : the -Glacier national
parks. They are driving a, Willys-
Knight sleeve-valve car, with a
full camping equipment, the total
weight being about 4,000 pound3.
Through the level prairie of Min
nesota . and Dakota, and eastern
Montana, they made . better than
20 mile to the gallonf gas. The
mountain section, however. Includ
ing' the two parks, has cut their
average mileage down to 18 miles
per gallon. They travel an aver
age of 150 miles a day," checking
up on some of the road maps al
ready issued, i East of Washing
ton they found no paved roads.
The dry plains don't seem to need
them as bad as the wetter west,
and they haven't either the money
or the materials to build expen
sive highways. . ''. ;
I r 5-, v -i . Retains His Title
i : PARIS, Sept. 9. (By the Asso
ciated Press) Eugene Crique,
featherweight , champion pugilist
of . Europe, f retained his title " by
knocking out Arthur Wyns of Bel
glum? in the Sixth round of a
20-round bout here tonight.
Read the Classified Ads.
Old Material and Some Fine
New Giants Available
for Bohler's Team
. The Bearcats will start into the
football season with Eeven letter
men, according to the advance
dope received by Coach Roy Boh
ler, who is now on the job for
The comeback are Zeller. de
pendable backfield man, one of
the most reliable players on the
coast; Patton, who came close to
starring -last year; Carey, who
showed good quality as end; Bain,
the 147rpound center who was one
of the fiercest little warriors that
has ever held down the middle;
Bruce White, husky lineman;
Harold. Isham, who promises to be
a star' at quarter; and Paul Sher
wood, who was one of the heavies
line plungers in the team two and
threo years ago.
Besides these, there are some
promising second-string and
"scrub" players who showed up
well la9t year. Some of them will
adequately fill the places of the
graduates of last June. Among
these are Dwlght Findley, Charles
Elrey, Fenimore Baggott, Oliver,
Hlsey, Caughlin, Cramer, Hill,
Forbes, Allen, Nee, and Shepherd,
the Indian athlete who came, in
during the winter, will go out for
Merwin Stolzheise, Salem high
school husky, will be in the fresh
man Bquad. So will Max Jones of
Salem high. Bailey, who has held
a place on the Grants Pass team
for three years; White, of Hobson,
Mont.; Gerald White, of Sidney,
Mont., who was on the high school
team for three years; Edward
Moore, of Redmond, Ore.; and
Ilolliday, who starred for the Ken-
newick, - Wash., high school for
three years'. There may be many
others of superior calibre. .
, Practice will begin on Monday,
Sept. 18, the. day that registration
begins in the university. Just
what the finals will bring In the
way of performers Coach Bohler is
mighty anxious to learn.
The game schedule this year is
not very heavy, as now outlined
It covers eight games, as follows:
September 30 'Varsity vs. Al
umni, Sweetland field.
" October 7 Willamette vs. Uni
versity of Oregon, at Eugene.
October 21 -Willamette vs. Al
bany, sweetland field.
October 28 Willamette vs.
Chemawa, Sweetland field. ,
November 4 Willamette ts.
Whitman, Walla Walla. :
November 25 Willamette vs.
Pacific, Forest Grove. :
November 25 Willamette vs.
November 30 Willamette vs.
University of Tuget Sound, Sweet
No two-game schedules bave
been arranged for any team, and
no game has as yet been arranged
with O. A. C. There are one or
two open, dates that may be util
ized for other game not yet agreed
The team outfitted itself com-,
pletely last- fall, following, the
gymnasium fire that destroyed all
the. old equipment.
Some new equipment will be
bought,' but there will be enough
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Lefty Schwartz to Hurl One
Game Against Bandon
The Bandon team of the Coos
Bay league will be in Salem today
to play a double-header with the
Senators at Oxford park this
The first game will start at
1:30 o'clock and the second will
be played immediately after the
conclusion of the first. The
games will probably be the last
of the season for the Senators and
an unusually big crowd of fans is
expected to attend, particularly
for the reason that a number of
former Salem stars are on the
Bandon team. Among them are
Jack Hayes, Hugh McKenna and
"Spec" Keene. It is the strong
est team to visit Salem this year.
Salem will be atr heavy expense
for the games, according to Man
ager Harry Wenderoth. "Lefty"4
Schwartz, considered the best
southpaw In the northwest aside
from "Lefty" Schroeder, will be
here from Camas, Wash., to pitch
one game for the Senators, and
Carson will pitch the other.
stuff on hand right at the begin
ning to care for practically all
the applicants for suits.
Interesting 10-lnnirig Pitch
ers' Battle is Feature
NEW YORK. Sept. 8. (Amer
ican) The New York Americans
made a sweep of their two game
series with Washington, winning
a well-played 10 inning pitchers'
battle today. Sam Jones won his
game in the 10th inning when he
opened with a double, his second
one of the game, advanced to
third on Witt's infield out and
scored the winning run on Du
gan's sacrifice fly to Rice.
Score ' R II E
Washington 2 8 1
New York. . .... .3 10 0
Mogridge and Gharrlty: Jones
- Cleveland a, Chicago 2.
CHICAGO. Sept. 9. (Ameri
can) -Tris Speaker, pinch hitting
for Edwards in the ninth, deliv
ered the blow which, with a wild
throw by Johnson, enabled Cleve
land to beat Chicago. With men
on first and third and one out.
Speaker grounded to Collins,
whose throw to Johnson forced L.
Sewell. Johnson's throw to first
was wild, and Evans, who was on
(Fifty years in Business
Without a Strike)
Distributed in Salem by.
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217 No. Commercial St.
third, scored and Speaker went to
Score R H E
Cleveland 3 8 0
Chicago 2 9 2
Edwards, Uhle, and L. Sewell;
T. Blankenship, and Yaryan.
Philadelphia 3.2, Boston 1-3.
BOSTON, Sept. 9. (American!
Philadelphia and Boston divid
ed honors today. Ogden had the
better of Pennock in the opener,
the visitors winning while Rom
mel, who had beaten the Red Sox
Thursday, lost the second game. I
In the second game. Walker made
a home run over the left field
fence, his 35th of the season.
First game R H .E
Philadelphia 3 7 0
Boston 1 6 0
Ogden and Perkins; Pennock,
Piercy and Chaplin.
Second game R H E
Philadelphia 2 7 1
Boston 3 8 0
Rommell and Perkins;; Quinn,
Ferguson and Ruel.
St. Iiouts 18, Detroit O.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 9. (Ameri
can) Elam Vangilder was given
excellent support in today's game
with Detroit and as a result St.
Louis won 16 to 0. The locals
found three Detroit pitchers for
20 hits, including one home run,
five triples and three doubles.
Jackson got three of. the three
baggers and Van Gilder got two
of the doubles and a triple.
Kenneth Williams, leading ma-
or league home run hitter, got
his 37th homer of the season in
the second inning, hitting into the
right field stands. He scored be
hind Sisler. Holling was pitching
at the time. It was Williams'
fifth homer in consecutive games
Sisler got three hits out of five
visits to the plate, making 38 con
secutive games in which he has
hit a fly. This is only two under
the modern major league record
Score R H E
Detroit . 0 5
St. Louis 16 20
PiUette. Holling, Moore and
Woodall, Manion; Van Gilder and
At Omaha 6; Denver 2.
At Tnlsa 15; Wichita 10.
At Sioux City 2; Des Moines
At Oklahoma City 7, St. Joseph
WINS FOR GIANTS
Pittsburg Grabs Off Double-
Header from Chicago in
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 9.
(National.) Emil MeUsel's 16th
home run of the season with, Ban
croft on base enabled New York
to defeat Philadelphia today, in
the Giant's last appearance here
this season. For seven innings
the game was a brilliant pitcher's
duel between Ring and Hugh Mc
Quillan. Score R. H. E.
New York 3 7 2
Philadelphia 2 8 1
McQuillan and Snyder; Ring
and Henline. . - ;
Brooklyn 0; Boston 5
Brooklyn, Sept. 9. . Myers'
homer into the left field bleach
ers with one out in the 12th in
ning gave Brooklyn a victory to
day over Boston. Grimes allowed
18 hits but rtruck out 10 bat
Score R. H. E.
Boston :. 5 18 2
Brooklyn 611 3
F. Miller and O'Neill; Gowdy;
Grimes and O. Miller, Deberry.
St. Ixmls 12; Cincinnati 10
CINCINNATI, Sept. i. St.
Louis won a free-hitting and rag
gedly flayed game Irom Cincin
nati today. '
Score . R. H. E.
St. Louis .12 16 1
Cincinnati 10 16 5
- Sella, North, Sherd el and Ain
smjith; Keck, Markle, Luque and
Pittsburgh 7-8; Chicago 4-7
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 9. Pitts
burgh gained on New York in the
National league pennant race by
I de-eating Chicago twice today;
"The Pirates- zound , the "visitors
t "". ' r .
San Francisco Continues on
Its Way to Champion
' ship Pennant
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 9.
San Francisco continued on its
way toward the pennant this aft
ernoon by winning a double head
er from the Seattle Indians. The
fcores were four to three and six
Sheat and Gardner hooked up
in the opener, the former winning
because his support was better.
Ed Barney hit a home run in the
The Indians knocked Mitchell
out in the second game, but could
not overcome the big Seal lead.
First Game: R. H. E.
San Francisco 4 8 0
Seattle 3 12 2
Shea and Yelle; Gardner and
Second game: R. II. E.
San Francisco . 6 12 2
Seattle '4 9 2
Mitchell, Alten and Agnew;
Burger and T. Spencer.
Sacramento 75, Oakland 4-8.
OAKLAND. al..ept. 9. Sac
ramento and Oakland divided to
day's double header, the Solons
winning the morning contest 7 to
4 and the Oaks the afternoon
game 8 to 5. By winning the
easy in the first contort In the
second fame Pittsburgh came
from behind, tied the score in the
eighth and won fn the 10th.
First Game ( R. II. E.
Chicago, .'. 4 10 0
Pittsburgh ...... 7 14 1
Alexander, Cheeves, Jones and
O'Farrell; Glazner and Schmidt.
Second gamc R, H. E,
Chicago 7 11 0
Pittsburgh y 8 13 , 4
Osborne, Cheeves, Kaufmann
and O'Farrell; Wirts-. Brown, Mor
rison, Yellowhorse, Hamilton and
We are prepared to show yon one of the
largest stocks of clothing, hats and fur
nishings in this locality. Our determina
tion to give you the best in clothes at
the lowest possible prices will make your
shopping worth while here.
The new styles are now on display. See
them in our windows
Fall Suits and Coats $18 JO
to $47 30
Large Showing at $25.00 to
Don't fail to see our most complete show
ing of new Fail Hats. Moderately priced.
Including all the Finest Velours
Wm. A. Zosel
morning game Sacramento made
it five straight and cinched the
First Game: R. H. E.
Sacramento 7 12 2
Oakland ....4 8 1
E. Shea and M. Shea; Krause,
Jones and MItze.
Second Game: R. H. E.
Sacramento 5 1- 1
Oakland ,8 12 0
Kunz, Fittery and Stanage,
Schang; Brenton and Koehler.
Angels 4-, Portland 2-1
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 9.
Los Angeles evened up the series
with Portland by taking both of
today's games, 4 to 2 and 6 to 1.
In the second game Tom. Hughes
yielded only 3 hits. The Beavers
made seven errors In that game,
all but one of them being on wild
throws with McCann making three
First game: R. H. E.
Los Angeles 4 8 0
Portland 2 71
Lyons and Daly; Coleman and
Second game: R. H. E
Los Angele3 6 7 2
Portland 1 3 7
Hughes and Rego; Walberg,
Middleton and Fubrman.
aSIt fjake 3-5, Vernon 1-8
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9. Salt
Lake divided a double header with
Vernon today, taking the . first
game 3 to 1 and losing the sec
ond 8 to 5. The Bees won the
early contest in the 8th frame on
four hits, a double steal and an
error, untying a one to one score
with two additional tallies. Most
of the mutual slaughter of the
second game was accomplished in
the first inning when Salt Lake
knocked Jolly Out of the box,
scoring four runs and Vernon re
ta Hated with five, knocking Reis
er off the rubber.
First game: . R. H. E.
Salt Lake .......... 3 10 2
Vernon 1 61
McCabe and Jenkins; Dell and
Second game: R. H. K
Salt Lake .' . . 5 5 3
Vernon 8 10
Reiger, Gould and Byler, Jen
kins; Jolly, Gaeth, Gilder and
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try, lakes Historic
La vvrence Stakes
NEW YORK. Sept. . The '
Ranco stable entry, Kat Sang, rid
den by E. Sande. won lhe historic
Lawrence Realization ' stakes at
Belmont Park today, covering the
one-mile and five furlongs In
2:42 2-5. . Bunting was second
and Rock minster, .the only other
entry, was third. 5 . ;
Jimmy Britt Arrested; -:
Motors While Drunk
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9.
James E." Britt, former contender
for the world's lightweight boxing
channpionRhlp, was arrested . here
early today on a charge of drOv- .
ing an automobile while Intoxi
cated. According to the' record
of the harbor emergency . n oe pi
ta 1. where Britt -was taken for
treatment of cuts about the face ,
and head, the automobile he was
driving struck a tool house on. a '
downtown corner where a build-.
ing Is in course of construction.
Britt gave .hie 'occupation : as .
a Baleronan, bis re as 4 1 years, .
and was ' released on $ 2 5 0 cash
befll to appear ' before the police
court on Monday.
AMERICAN . ASSOCIATION
At Toledo 8; Indianapolis 2.
At St. Paul 3; Milwaukee 0.
At Columbus 4; Louisville 3.
At Minneapolis 8; Kansas Citj
LONDON, Sept. 3-A wireless
from Smyrna reports the surren
der of the town to the Turks, ac
cording' to a Constantinople dis
patch to the' Exchange Telegraph
company. ' --''v
Ellis E. Cooley
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