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APRIL 29, 1923
Was Spoiled. But His Face Is Framed
& : WBEMCAT TEAM
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Willamette .may have . fallen a
tit by jthe wayside in football and
basketball bsl tbe rktory bell
rkn with' a -peculiar radianco and
resonance Saturday over the lat
est news from tbe intercollegiate
teanls court, i ..3 " - ' A : v".
it was' tbe same old story as it
has 'been for the past two years
WHla mette j practically eycry
fhlng, the enemy practically noth
ing at " all. The opponent this
time was the .University of Ore
ron, said to be a locally important
school located down at Eugene or
cbm'ers to the southward. The
record ' was:' Willamette - four
game?, Oregod one.
. i Huston of Jylllamet'te. who waa
also one of the football players
who did not succeed in wiping tbe
ear til with. Oregon or -other oppon
ents last talU. trimmed Williams
,o.f Oregon two , atralgbt sets,. 6-1-
8-b. . The visitor pat all he had
ton the ball In the second act, and
ran the score pretty well up,- but
the , Bearcat finally took the vic-
i Knimel, of the basketball squad
that Oregon crowed over during
the winter; i took Culbertson of
Oregon down the L lino s for . two
Jrtfalght sets, -4, 6-4.. . Mickey,
also a football man who lost last
fall, played rings around ; Stark
weather of Oregon, winning; by a
score of 6-3, G-4. ;- -f Yr
t Huston anjd Em in el won from
Williams j, jaind ; ; Culbertson. . in
straight sets; 6-4, 6-4. " The only
upset of thej -day was In the last
doubles match, when Huston and
Mickey lost to Culbertson : and
Starkweathe. 6-2, 6-2, This was
a curious and inexplicable rever
sal of form,! for all the Willamette
players had banished their oppon
ents in the singles, and had won
safely.-'-, it 1 ' " i V '
Huston was third man on the
championships team last year,
though playng a less - flashy
game than Mood he and Doney. He
has Improved ; steadily." i so that
good judges .say he would now be
a good match for Doney and would
even make the Invincible' Moodhe
extend himself. ' ;
, The otberf two players are new
cr, but bothfare fast and capable,
and the team as a whole may even
duplicate the record of last year.
when. Willamette simply ' annihl
lated everything else In the north
west.' " ' ' .,''
ine games were piayea on tuei
Salem Tennis - association courts i
at the state hospital grounds.
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The locals hit ' Boone hard ; and
this combined with erratic support
made it easy for Charley Robert
son to pitch his mates to victory.
Fast fielding by Collins and Mc
Clelan. who replaced Johnson at
short, however, checked the rally.
R. II. E.
.3 10 3
7' 0; the series. Joe Bush was hit safe-
Morton, Boone, Edwards. Winn 7 eight times , Including four
and Myatt; Robertson and Schalk.l Iouhl Reichie. nnch bitter for
Leiboid In ' the ' fifth and his dou
ble to right scored two runs. Bush
Boston ga've Mur-
: PjNton 2, New York 3 ' 4
. llfOTflV Inrlt . 9fi- flmcrl
Yankees to five hits today. Bos- ray brilliant support
ton winning the rubber game of
LEE KING'S BAT
run . of tying the
... 4 1 1 o
and. refers; Kranse and Road.
Portland Again Defeats Los
Angeles and Crawls lnto
n tJ rirst Division
PORTLAND, . April 28.
The- big bat of Lee King had
.much, to do with. Portland's vic
tory over Los Angeles hereto
day, King's bbmer over the
rJjjhX leld fence ; ,In the, sixth
ll-ed'.the score and In the eighth
r (f(cr Ioole had homed, King
rraKhed one of the ) hardest ku
.Talis . ever eeen. here into ' the
center, field bleachers. .
1 'Score. J-tjt ." it. h. k.
' Angeles ; . . . . . . '. ,3 .'.G, O
Portland . . I '...' . 0
iJohes. and Daly; iEdket, and
' Trier.- -;.:;v r-:,'::.;;.
'-"? SeaUl& 9 FriaCo ' 4 1 .
' i SEATTLE, .Wash., April 2. '
The' Indlans . knocked ; another
San Francisco pitcher out of the
box '"In. the early,, innings today
-and"; wonT their- third , straight
"paine 9 , to 4.; , Harry Gardner.
Seattle right bander, ' was forced
t0 ;fetlre in faVor of Vean Gregg
wbot fanned seven" of the -twelve
'men' who faced blm. ' ' .' i
Score R. If.
'SanFramcisco ';..; . -4 v 3
"'SeatUe" ;.. . .' ;''.tf 19 :'1
' i ; Shea, Hodge and Yellei
- Garner, Gregg and f Yaryan. .
SEM OF YEJffl
Boone of . Cleveland ' Is Hit
. r Ha rd and ; Cellar Team .
Encls Fray in Lead.
T CHICAGO, APrtl 28. (Ameri
can) Chicago won its ' second
game of te -season today when
they defeated Cleveland 6- to 3.
I New ' York
Boston . . I -
. .3 C
.' Bush and Scbang; Murray and
Piclnich. ;..!:: i '
brtrolt 4. St. LouIm 1
DETROIT, Mich.,r April - 28.
(American) Herman PJllette
beat St. Louis for the first time
in his major career, tiday Detroit
winning 4 to 1. Van" Gilder was
hit freely : and hard when i- hits
.5 8 .1 1 meant ;r una, H allowing - besides
Veach's home run,: doubles
Cobb, Haney.. and Woodall.
Plllette wobbled only in tbe
seventh, when singles by McMan
ns ,and Severeld and -a double by
Gerber resulted in one' run.
Score: - . R. 1L E.
St. Louis . . '. 1 - 7 2
Detroit . 4 11 1
t; Van Gilder and Sovercid ; .- Pll
lette and Woodall.
WASHINGTON. April ;
" (American Philadelphla-T,',
Ington postponed; rain. '
. Good, Kimball Piano C37
We have a good Kimball i:
tice Piano for only $97, on terr
pf $5 down and" fl.50 a wc
This is a buy you cant go wr:
on. We, will take it back t
time on a new one at full pri.
, Geo. C. Will, 432 Sute f t.
THERE are varying1 degrees of i quality 1 In
woolens not apparent to the inexperienced
upon superficial examination. . Years of knowing
how to pick the good from ,the ordinary, or medi
ocre, means that our stock is one where you can
i secure any -; pattern unhesitatingly and we will
back it up. i: ; - I 0
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! Our stock of woolens was never so large and
the wide varieties will s facilitate your choosing.
. qoods Sold By the Yard.
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Eventually You Will Buy Merchant Tailored
; Clothes v
474 Court Street.
5 Vernon IS; Sacrameai'b 8
w " . , .m--w tvi a f . t U
t uua Anubbw, Apru
Cacramento outhlt i Vernon tod
and, stared a - pretty rally t i n ' the
.rtath, but the tigers nererthetess
tnadft !t five straight, winning
, the -game 12 to 8, Poor pltch-
,1ns on both sides rfeetured the
-cpBtest, but Thempson'S' vildness
.1a the eighth Inning, cinched the
game for - Vernon. ,jthe i Tigers
scoring six runs -in -that, frame.
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Sacrameato , --i .. . : -. 8 1 7 2
' Vernon ...... 12 14. 1
Trough, Thompson and Koeh
ler! v Reiser. Jollr. Gilder and
annah. , . ,,; i,
J ioJnd S( Salt IMe 4
OAKLAND, Cal..- April . 2.
Oakland made it two -straight by
defeaUag Salt Lake today S to
. 4. f.In". the aecond -Innlna' the
OaVs hH . Coumbe te I all : four
corners of the lot ' and tnado
three runs. . . The" Bees staged a
. hattinr railr 'in that ninth - but
racxrio coast u:aous
halt -lke L.. t3 1
Ktatlle ..-J...H - ' -13 It
rrtlo4 L...-.:V-4 llt, .54
f.i Krtnri-o .. " J... 1? 13 . .59
Kkrramcato ...:......ll 13 J .458
4kLoi4 -,l....t-i' t.V 1.375
Las Aazelra B 1 .364
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Quality aM I
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Fcr fuEii and Ycun fJen
When yoa select thzl new suit
it will pay, yoa to look over
OUR COMPLETE STOCK
which is one of the largest in
, this locality at--
$25, $30, $35
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HE POLICY. OK THIS
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get your money but
yoa " a roal ? PERSONAL
SERVICE The Jct -in
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You will find it a real" pleas
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Where. you will get'tbelwEt
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With bur p?reojaat guarantee
of your complete satisfaction
Kemember. we are always. glad
to show yoa.
Always the newest
.1 n rarnUhlags..
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ATS M AN 1 1 ATTEN SHIRTS PHO
The Man's Shop
HOENIX HOSE '!
Hfie Home op
r Marx ;
Keep . the prices 'down
Everybody ought to be inter
ested in that subject
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Were trying to keep dovn
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the prices on good clothes
WeVe doing it by eliminating,
every unnecessary item in
overhead; By selling on nar
rower margins of profit
Hart ISchaf hier & Marx are
things in the
maldng of their fine clothes
YouTl get -more value
We'll; get more volume
Great thing for both of us
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