The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 04, 1923, Page 2, Image 2

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PORTLAND i AT TOP
v OF COllUIN: WINS
SQUIRE EDGEGATE A Very Dark Mystery Is Cleared Up By a Little Probing!
'Br? LOUIS RICHJ
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SEVENTH STRlGHT
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PORTLAND. May 3. j The
Bearers won i their teeventh
straight ; came today and their
third (rom Seattle vand went to.
the top of the Pacific coasd league
standings while 'Vecnotf was' los-r
ins to! Oakland. The score was
4 to 3), Pitcher Blake f jor ISeattle
had the Beaters defeated! up to
the ninths ' Then with' th bases
fall and the count 3 audi 2 on
Onslow, " Blake; could not Iget it
over, walked him and forced o
the winning run. " f
a Score i R. II- E.
' Seattle . . . . .... . .,3 .9 1
Portland . . J. . , M ? ?
Blake and Yaryan, i Town;
Ctumpler and Onslow.
t. Oakland 14; Vernon 3
IjOa AMClELES' Miv 3. Oak
land toppled Vernon off the
league leadership pedestal tpday,
taking the third game of the ser
ies IfUfr 8. The Oaks i knocked
Jakta Mir out of the box in the
thfrd frame,, and treated his ,su
cessori Dell, scarcely any.bette
KrausK . Oik mbundsman. i held
the; Tigers scoreless lor nve;,iui
nlngslli-" -; i , "v- - '.' -. I "'.
Score. R. ,11. K
bakiacrr:y: E i;i6g
yernon. .-..... . .
, Kxause and Baker; May, Del
and U. Murphy, Zanlc. --
IT
T.Invfiland. DroDS to Third
Place .When Attacked By
" Slugging tnemy .
DETROIT,. 3.. f 1 Amcri
dan.)' Detroit . slugged i her way
into first lace and a victory orer
CMrelaad, today, , 6 to 5. .. Uhle
wa 4rtten" from the .box and
M.tevir.: fared but little better.
lau4s was! hit hard but received
gbodi fcupport- Veaca's barehand
ed catch, aftelr a lonjl run was a
' feature . ,. ?4 !' t '-
I .LTlAr-.!; r, rr j:-;-- R. n. E
S6re ?
! Cleveland' ;
' Detrbit X
5 12 0
6 15 1
fchfe-Metevier,
Smith and O-
Nellli Myall; Dauss and
Bassler.
Xew York 3; Washington 3
WASHINGTON. May " 3. (Am-irican.)'"-
New York ' made it
three, out, of - four f rom ; Washfng
lom by winning the final game
of the, series today; 3 to 2. War-f
month's' wlldnesa proved costly,
while Pennock pitched effectively
until ihe nlnth inning whehj "a
fine t'arow by Ruth j ended a
Washington rally f
Score-- t
. . R. H E.
..... 3 9 0
' 1 1
Schang;' War
Brillhcart . and
New Yorc7,.-.'.i
Washington . .
Fennock and
mouth, , Russell,
pharrltyRuel." -
! . : HU Umls Ch'eago 3 i
CHICAGO. May 3 (American)
St. Louis bit-T..B!ankenship op
portuneiyan4 got art even break
in the series with) Chicago by, taR
ing the final game 6 to 3. Dan
foirth was in fine form and had
little difficulty holding the Jo-
cals. i
4 Scored- 1 R. IL E.
St. Louis . . . . . . i. .iiG "l 4 2
Chicago t . .'. 3 5 1
Danforth .and Severeid; Blank
: eahlp.M3vengro3 and Schallc,
Bontoa 3; , rhRadelpliia 1
; BOSTON. May Zt (American)
Errors, by Calloway and Hale,
followed ; by Burns' single gave
Foston two runs In the third, en
abling tho ' home team to Win
from Philadelphia 3 to.l today.
Hasty allowed but seven hits. '
Score , i - ' f ;t R. II. E.
Philadelphia ... I.... 1 8 2
Boston i . . . . 3 7 1
Hasty and Perkins;-Quian and
Piclnlch; - , - j." ;; i j
SILVERTON SCHOOL .
i BOARD UNDER FIRI
- . (Continued from page 1 ) .
hours that, the business lasted.
Disapproval Voiced. ,
A number of Silverton citizen
voiced their, disapproval of E. S
McCormick of Aumsville, who wai
recently ' chosen to succeed B. T
Youel, present superintendent ol
Cllverfon whools. McCormick
who was also at the meetine. wai
fiVen ai( opportunity to withdraw!
H refused to do so. giving as hi
reason, that be had received sevf
eral better offers than that of the
Silverton school, which he had ref
fused because of the contract with
Eilverton and would not resign
from the Silverton position at this
Ute date".,- - -
IL C Tsctanz, principal of the
Dm LD S
COUIl'TOP
. Frisco ;' Angels
SAN FRANCISCO. May' .3.
San Francisco defeated Los An
geles in a? 10- inning game here
today 5 to 4. Tho Angels led tho
Seals until the eighth inning
when the Seals obtained four hits
and scored three runs, which gave
them a ! one run " lead. The An
gels tied the score in the ninth.
In the tenth ! Hcndryx and
tison singled land Kilduf f scored
Hendrrx with a single to right
field. ; ' ; : --
Score ! .
Los "Angeles - - ......
R..H. K.
...... 4 7 U
. .... .. 14 0
Baldwin: Shea,
San Francisco
Jones and
Hodge and Yelle.
Sacramento T; Salt Lake 4
- SALT LAKE CITY, My 3.
Excellent pitching by Bill Prough
and erratic field'ng by the Salt
Lake club enabled Sacramento
to win easily today 7 to 4. The
base running of Eddie Hemipg
way was afeature. For the sec
ond time this week., Hemingway
scored from
second on an iniield
out.
Score
Sacramento R. II. e.
.. ... ..7 13 1
.......4 9 3
Koehler; Could,
Salt Lake .
' Prough and
McCabe and Peters.
Silverton high school, was asked
to remain at his present salary of I
lsnu wnereas - ue yma
?2000. Mr. Tschantz'a answer l
has not yet been received.
; Only seven other members of
the present faculty were asked to
remain ' for the coming year.
These were Miss Hazel Knight
and.JVirs. K. ILines of the '.high
jBchool, and Misr Hazel BreWer.1
Miss Blanche Stein. Miss ; Etnei
Lee, Miss Hannah Olsen, and Miss
Lulu Dale of the grade sehols. A
list. of new teachers to supply the
vacancies had been prepared ana i
was submitted at the board meet
ing by one of its' members. . It
was accepted by a majority Vote of
the hoard. The new teachers
selected lor the high, school are:
Krejta Sbeeley OIen Sheelby. May
Beisell,! Edith Clark, Mildred Stre
vey Radka Ivanevcka and Dorothy
Buchncr. Those ! for the grade
school are Edvlha HQllvarvak. Mil-
drerl Print. Vfrelnian Mrf!hesnev.
Avollne Burrows. Elizabeth
Crlna
Vesta Stanley. Clara "Dur-I
key. J Carrie,
McCormick Madge
Cartrightj Stella Uardvigt and
Harriet Stevera nee. j ' )
, The next open miccting of the
board will be held la June.
GOVERNORS TO SEE
TROOPS IN REVIEW
(Continued from page 1) 't
arfairs. ; A ' y
j 'Leave For Lake.
Colonel Sirmycr. Adjutant- Cmi
:ral White. Lieutenant Colonel
Hiram ILSWeleh of Portland ml I
Colonel Robert McCJeavo of Port-
laajdj regular army bfficcr who is
an "anstractor j for the national
tr...rvt i tw.rrf.v ri,.n.
1
they will; meet with the Instruc
tors of the several northwest
states and make vrcliminary ar
rangements for the maneuvers to
be staged during the encampment
period. - " ; ,
The .American Tako- encamp-1
ment win bring together the 41st J
division for the first time since the!
war.. About 5000 national guard I
troops and 5000 regular army I
troops of the third division will be
in, the camp. Included in the ac-
tivities will be special Instruction
In tactics and war problems for
th natinUai r-rH rfir-
o - .
The Oregon coast artillery com
panies, from , Albany, Ashland,
Marshfieid, Newport; and Toledo,
will undergo j training et Fort
Barry, San FranclscovJuhe 14 to
28, and will duringi that period
man the defenses of San Francisco I
harbor, j The coast artillery troopsl
will leave the state1 June 12.
COACH QUESTION
I t ,1 NOW UPPERMOST
; (Conined fromj page 1.)
his first year with ) the Salem
school and lit 'Is understood his
work has been eminently satisfac
tory. There Is a difference, how
ever, relative to salary. It is said
there was an j agreement that ho
was to receive . $40(0 -more than
the amountj paid him out . of the
regular fund . by the lachoorboard.
tho money to be raised from out
side sources, lit has not all been
raised. - ' i,'f ! : '' ' .; , .; :; r
. An -attempt was made to In
duce the student body, to raise a
part of .the amount j but the stu
dents declined on the grounds that
it was not Incumbent Sfpon them
to do so. It Is rumored, howevr
that to show their good will to-
rrsr OEMPSETGIBBOffS "tssix 9 WILLING HAS SSl-i-S
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Philadelphia
Bostod
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Washingrton
St. ixmia
ward Huntington they voted him
$150. but stipulated In the reso-
lution that it was not to gov as
parjt' of the $400.
For. some time there has been
a rumor that Huntington might
be elected coach at Willamette
university in Coach . Roy Bohler's
place.- " Bohler, however, is also
considered a good athletic man
and the latest is that there is a
good chance for him to keep his
place.
IS!
LOSER TO SAIEM
4M
MOLOLLA CLUB
Mc-ITWO GamCS Won BV Locals
Thk Wpfk Wnhrlhum
w w w vvvti J aV V A I
This Week Woodburn
Drubbed Unmercifully
Salem high school has won twoj
baseball games this week.' OnM
Tuesday they played the j Wood-
burn high school, - beating them
aito 0. It was rather too one
sided to ,be exciting. . Jones tor
Salem made one home run and
two three-baggers. He had ; four
hits out of six times up. In the
third inning Salem had 11 batters
fat the plate, and 10 also in the
fifth. The full possible score
wil1 never be known for Salem
quit without batting her1 last hall
r tbe si?th Inning. : ?
..Wednesday the team defeated
Molalla 15 to . Dave Adolph.
pitching, r etruck-but 10 batters.
j ones Bailed. a name wun : ana
RenhafVinade four hits and two
ralks In six times at bat.; All
the team. hit the ball well.
Today, -the team meets the In
dians from the Salem i Indian
school, for the second srame or
the season. In the first meet,
the Braves trimmed the high
school unmercifully, something
like 12 to 2. The Indiana have
a fast, strong team, and it isn't
likely to be quite like Salem
meeting the less experienced
teams that have been fattening
their score sheets for the : past
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TALKS TO BOYS
A Ji t i - Cigarette Lecturer
elford One Time
Welterweight Boxer
Secretary Edwin Socolofaky ot
the County YMCA. and M. B
Rutherford, have been making
whirlwind. campaign of the Marlon
county schools this week, putting
on an anti-cigarette argument that
has nfade tbv great hit of all the
county Y work. "
Mr. Rutherford, who was once a
welterweight boxer and near the
championship, says that ho threw
away one lung and all his boxing
ability and most of his life in the
attempt to master tho Little White
Imp, and now he is devoting wha
he has left to warning the boyg to
follow safer paths than he himself
trod. - - t.
FORMER
FIGHTER
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Kearns Wants Certified
Il Check Turned into Casli
betorc Name Atnxed
CHICAGO, May 3. Failure to
agree on a few minor details after
the question or a referee had been
practically settled, prevented the
singing of articles tonight clos
ing a 15-round heavyweight cham
pionship match ' between Jack
i !
Dempsey, the title holder, and Tom
Gibbous, the St. Paul challenger,
at Shelby. Mont- July 4.
Jack Kearns, manager ot tne
heavyweight champion, and Mike
Collins, matchmaker for the pro
moters, said the articles would be
signed tomorrow. The reason for
the delay in signing was because
Kearn wanted the Certified check
fr $110,000 turned into cash at
once. f
Jimmy Daugberty. veteran ref
eree of Philadelphia, probably will
he selected third man in Inc. ring
tomorrow. Daugherty was Kearns
only choice. Eddie Kane, man
ager of Gibbons, objected, claim
ing Daugherty was too friendly to
both.Kearns and Dempsey, but af
ter bveral hours of discussion
Kane practically agreed to Daugh"
rrtv. i '
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tit auuuiuu i uiv icitiw ou
i i . f ... .t r A Mi.
the question of insuring the box
ers also came in for discussion, as
neither Collins nor Loy Motum'y,
a Great Falls, Mont., lawyer, rep
resenting thepromoters, desired
to turn over tho $110,000 to
Kearns without assurance that
Dcmppcy would go through with
his part of the agreement.
Ironing out the minor details of
the match proved to be a problem
because neither Kearns nor Kane
for reasons best known to them
selves were on speaking terms.
The conference was conducted
through the medium of Collins.
Collins was kept on the run all
afternoon in his attempt to break
up the deadlock over the selection
of a referee.
Washington State Wins
From Aggies By Big Score
.PULLMAN. Wash.. May 3.!
The Washington State . college
Cougars started the conference
season today by defeating Oregon
Agricultural college's baseball
team 16 to 3. The result of the
game was never in doubt". Cook
and Foster of WC made home
runs. ''
Score: R. H. E.
OAC .. .. ......... ..3 12 7
WSCj . j - -16 19 2
Mendenhal. Woodward. Sulli
van, and Duffy; Friei. Heighton
and Bray.
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Evary day bcgiuulng May
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Daily trains for Portland
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J. WJ Ritchie, . Agent
Walker Whiteside, one or the
most notable actors in America
today, will come to the GranJ
theater next Wednesday, May 9,
in "The Hlndu,wa compact mys
tery melodrama of the east, pui
sating with oriental passion and
throbbing with ocicdental love.
It is described as a heart-throbbing
play, superbly ; acted and
Sumptuously staged in the set
ting, a maharajah's palace in In
dia. Mr. Whiteside will have la
his support the distinguished emo
tional actress. Miss Sydney
Shields, with whom he triumphed
last year- in both Chicago and
New York. He will be seen as
Prince Tamar, a secretive, baf fl -
mg. inscrntiable. wiry, subtle,
cunning oriental magnate.
EG tf
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Tomorrow Is the 80th annivcr
.sary of the ballot battle of Cham
Poeg that settled .the .faW of the
Oregon territory. Down at -little
old Champoeg, Which is a name
and a place instead of a town, the
pioneers ere to gather for the
great annual reunion. They arc
to hold their picnic; dinner at1 12
o'clock. - At 1 o'clock the rest ot
K .
a jib
program will' begin, with
Jtidge P. H. D'Arcy as chairman of
the day.
There is no set program of
speeches, but all the old-timers are
to speak, not longer than five mln-
rute8 to the speech. Some Intensely
interesting stories bob up in these
annual reunions, things told in the
memoirs of the people whd helped
to conquer the original wilderness.
Mrs. Carrie ' B. Adams, famous
composer and music conductor of
Portland, is to lead the '. com
munity singing.
. The Salem people who expect to
go are urged to start in gped time,
and es many of them as possible,
to help make the7 celebration a success.
ifO
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Today Will Decide Whether
Ouimet or Portland Man
! Will Be Winner
SANDWICCH. Eng., May 3.
(By tbe Associated Press.) The
handles of England's finest gold
cup were gripped tonight by the
hands of . two Americans Francis
Ouimet of Boston, and Dr. O. F,
Willing of Portland; Or., who
Ltomorrow will play an 18-hoie
match to decide which of them is
to have the. honor of being de
clared the winner of : the trophy,
and taking back to the United
States with him a reproduction of
it. - '.
c The trophy is the Royal St.
George's (champion (grand chal
lenge cup, and either Ouimet or
Willing today obtained title to It
by tying with low scores of 153
for the 36-hoIes play which was
begtfh yesterday morning and fin
ished i this afternoon. They de
feated a field of 120 golfers,
among them most or England's
best amateurs and 10 of Ameri
ca's strongest players. Today was
the first time since. the gold cup
was put tip as a trophy in 1884
that it fell into fore! git hands.
' Near Win Recorded
Ranking next to Ouimet and
Willing in the two days of medal
play was Robert A. Gardner of
Chicago, former United States
champion, and captain of the
American expeditionary, golf force
with a score of 154. Behind the
Americans were all the English
players who tried to keep the1 cup
at home and failed, among them
six previous winners of the cup.
and others with names of note' in
golf, such as Roger Wethered. Cy
Tolley, E. W. E. Holderness and
W. B.Jbrrance. :
Willing could have won the cup
outright on the home stretch by
sinking an eight-foot putt, but the
ball stopped 12 inches short. Half
an hour- later Gardner had a
C. M. Roberts
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Achievement Surprise
Ouimet did what was-expected
of him In being at the top of the
field; but Willing'a achievement
seems to have been somewhat of
a surprise, even though he had
led In, the first round with; 74.
This morning those who call
themselves critics of 1 golf said
Willing could not keep up yester
day's ;playv They were anxious
to wager, in fact some of them
did bot even money on Gardner,
and Ouimet against the entire
field. They had believed Willing
surpassed himself yesterday. To
day, however, he was able to. hook
and , slice drives and yet come
home with a good enough, card to
get his fingers on the rim of the
cup. , Once more today he used
his putter like magician.
University of Oregon
Triumphs Over Pacific
EUGENE, Or., . May 3. -The
University of Oregon " baseball
team downed the nine from-Pacific
university 11 to 3 this after
noon. The visitors had the lead
up to the fifth but in that frame
the Pacffic . infield cracked and
before they settled down again
Oregon had pushed four counters
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The score: R. H. E.
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MISSOULA, Mont.. May 3.
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