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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1923
PCOTS Heire. There amid Everywhere
SQUIRE EDGEG ATE J toob lfl?Thtfe Mar Ifc a Lot of Swearing
QUALIFYING PLAYi IS :
; BEGUN FOR GOLF CUP
-roxy w-t- ygoo ,s Full, or r -yk Y7-3 1 r-
Qualifying play -for the presi
dent's cup. the annual Salem Golf
clubr trophjf. was begun on Sun-'
day at the golf course. The play J
was fast and in general , ery
good, as tho following score will
show: ; 1 s
' ' Jlandi-
j; 'Gross, cap. Net
Farmer .87 : 19 68
OUnger . . . ,83 .14 , 69
Kay, T. B...S9 20 69
r Kecne . . . .86 ' i7 69
Sharkey ..S3 ! 12 71 s
'Ilutcheon . .87! 16 71
Rabrielson .93 ?' 22 71
Williams . ,95 " zi 71
Llvesley ...95 24 71 i
Cox ... . . .86 14 72
Farrar ...8.7 14N "73
Fry . L .93 20 73
.Lytle iv.lOl 26 75
McCammon 91 ; , 15 76 1
Elliott P A 100 24 76 1
t Mangis . . ...96 19 77
McCammon vs.; Gabrielson.
SWIMMER SETS RECORD
From the lint above, parings
have j been maditJ for the first
'round of regular match play, its
follows: ' , . . - ; ' V 'j . I ..
' - Larmer vs.. Cox." , J
Hutchetfnirs.' Lytle, 1
Elliott, P. A., vs. Williams. i
; Farrar vs. T. B. Kay.
Sharkey vs. Fry.
Mangis vs. : Ltvesley,! ! ' r
LOS ANGELES, June 6. Duke
Kahanamoku7 Hawaiian swimmer
tonight established what was an
nounced as a new world's record
for the 50-yard i free - style dash
when he swam the distance In 32
3-5 seconds, defeating Buddy
Smith, star of ' the Los Angeles
Athletic club, x in a race in the
club's tank. , ..
' WINS DIG SUM
ON HORSE RACE
LONDON, June' 6.- (By The
Associated Tress.) A ' little
sweepstakes ticket, combined
with .the Derby i luck has placed
a fortune of 32,000 in the lap of
a , Yorkshire woman mill worker,
Mrs.Nellie Ford, -who drew Papy
rus. Jn the Otley club's 80,000
sweepstakes, in when more than
200,000 .players' had ; taken a
chance., Mrs,. Ford Is described
as a hardworking woman who
has spent; most of her life work
ing in a mill In order to help sup
port ; her t large ' family. V Tester
day she was offered i 3,000 for
her . chance but refused, as she
had a dream - that fortune await
ed" her. ; ,!- ! i- '
The second prize of 16,000
and the third of 8,000 were won
by two men of ; moderate means.
Several other's I have been ' lifted
from poverty to easy street by the
luck of drawing winning horses
In the numerous other sweep
stakes held in England.
LAWS I. EFFECT
OLYMPIA, Wash., June 6.-
Scores of new laws passed by the
last legislature will go Into effect
at midnight when the required 90
days adjournment expires. ; -
V V VcSLJt 5:
44 Oregon Outdoors? 1923
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Three Beavers Hit Hard-
' Los Angeles Jumps From
Fifth to Third
SAN FRANCISCO, June j 6.
San Francisco hit three Portland
pitchers hard today and won an
easy victory 9 to 3. - Schroeder
was . taken out In the first when
Mulligan. Walsh and Ellison dou
bted In succession after two were
down, scoring two runs. San Fran
cisco got two more off Eckert In
the second and were never headed
thereafter. Plllette finished the
game fter Eckert was lifted fori
a pinch hitter in the fifth. : !
. V R. H. E.
Portland . : ..j '.3 11 0
San -Francisco .9 16 1
Schroeder, Eckert. PiUette and
Daly; Hldge and Agnew.
LEAGUE STANDINGS f
PACIFIC COAST 1XAOUB
W. I s
Salt Lake -
w York .
St. Louis ....
..33 1 2
..I. ... 23
Xew York ......:....... SO
Philadelpuia ....j. . ... 24
Witshinfton . .
Salt Lake 13, Oakland 10
SALT LAKE CITY, June
After suffering 11 Btralght defeats
Salt Lake gained a victory today
beating Oakland 13 to 10. I was
a hard bitting game in which six
home . runs ' were made, t . Knight
hit a homer with the bases full in
the fourth. ; ; r . ;.
;, ,.: j. . R. II. . el
Oakland . f ... , 10 16 1
Salt Lake ; . . . . . . ... . .13 17 ' 2
Mails and ". 1 Thomas; Gould,
Crumpler and Peters. . '
. . Angels 3, Sacramento. 2 ,
SACRAMENTO; June 6. Bill
Prough dropped a toss from Moll
witx at first in the ninth, Inning
here today and Twombley got
across the rubber with the winning
run. The score was' 3 to . 2.
Epough also Is ; credited with' . a
boot In the second inning, which
cost another tally. : Both he and
Hughes hurled nifty ball, but the
breaks went south, thus giving
Los Angeles two straight ' over
Sacramento for the first series.
; - ,i f.;:- R. H.:E.
Sacramento .........2 8 2
Hughes and Baldwin; Prough
and Schang. " ' ; '
, Seatt Io 7, Vernon 6
LOS ANGELES, June 6. Seat
tle took the first game of the ser
ies from Vernon today, ; 7 , to 6.
The Indians won the contest in
the seventh and eighth Innings,
pounding Reiger for four rans in
the former j and touching Gilder
for the winning run in the latter.
R. H. ,E.
Seattle .. j. .... ..... .7 13 - 1
Vernon .. ......6 11 2
Gardner, Jacobs and Yarryan.
Tobin; Reiger, Gilder, James and
Hannah. , -'"- ,.':!"
FROM VP CLUB
Urban Faber Makes FirsTl
Homer in Career Sena
tors Pass Boston
NEW YORK, June 6. (Amer
ican) The first home run of the
long major ' league career i of , Ur
ban Faber, veteran Chicago pitch
er. aided Chicago, in winnn its
first, game of the year from New
York , today", the ' score .being A to
1. Faber had the better of Pen
nock. the local left bander, in a
twirllns; duel, which was decided
when Faber broke a one-one tie
score in the seventh inning, with
a home run. which bounded : into
a left . field box. ' '
Score . ' '
Chicago... ... ... . . .
New . York., .-. . J. . '
. Faber and Schalk;
R. II. E.
.4 11 ; 0
.1 5 t U
v rhllad-lliii ft; St. Iouls 55
PHILADELPHIA June" 6.
(American) With Lem Harris
Philadelphia today evened the ser
leS with St. Louis, winning 5 to
2., Miller Tobin hit home runs.
Score j , i R. H. E
St. Louis. , . . i . M . 2 10 ' t
PhilfcdelphV . ". . . ; . 5 .1 S if
Van Glider, Pruett and Sever-
eid; Harris and Perkins. t
:- Cleveland 16; Boston 4
BOSTON. June-6. (Ameii
can) Boston pitching was Inef-:
f ecti ve and wild f today, Cleveland
making 16 hits and getting, 11
bases on : balls and winning,--1 6
to 4. Coveleskle had an1' easy
game. Pinch Hitter Joe Connol
ly got a home run over the left
field fence with the bases full In
the fourth. ;
Score - I R. H. E
Cleveland, .... ...... 16 16 3
Boston. . . . ,.4rll 1
Coveleskle and Myatt; Fuler-
tpn, O'Doul, Murray, Stimson and
Devormer. : J
Washington S; Detroit 1
WASHINGTON, June 6. (Am
eriean) Johnson. had Detroit .at
hi mercy today while Washing
ton hit Francis opportunely to
win, 5 to 1. -Johnson allowed
-ive hits and struck out-five.
(Score ; ; R. H. E
Detroit i... ... ... . ". 1.5
Washington.... . . .. ..5 12
- Francis, Holloway and BaBsler;
Johnson and Ruel. - ' ' . i
JOCKEY 3RD TIME
Donoghue Wins Derby With
1 Horse, Belonging. to Irish
. Tenant Farmer ,?
EPSOM DOWNS. June 6. -i.
(By The Associated Press) ,-
Jockey- Steve Donoghue became
a heroic figure in British racing
history today when, for the thjrd
year in succession, he rode to vic
tory In the 'greatest of all ' horse
races- the Derby. This time the
lithe leader of British jockeys
was mounted on . Papyrus, the
precious three year old possession
of an Irish tenant farmer, whose
name curiously enough is Barney
Irish." r'i i : : ,
i ,. Papyrus, in racing over . the
horseshoe shaped turf of the
Drby. mile and a half course
ahead ; of 18 - other thorough
breds lifted his owner, a man of
rather, small means to a place of
wealth and renown and gave to
Donoghue the supreme position
among the jockeys of the . world
and a record. unsurpassed by any
rider since' man begun the. sport
of horse racing. - -
11; By winning three derbies in a
row. Donoghue gains, possession
of the golden spurs , which the
Jockey club long ago offered for
this , achievement.. Papyrus was
purchased by Mr, Irish as a year
long for a relatively small sum; .
C1VAL -AVAR VET1:RANS IEET
GRANTS PASS, Ore.. June 6.
Grant's. Pass was thronged with
Civil War veterans, their wives
and members of. allied organlia-
Giants Are Beaten, St.
1 Louis Raises From Fifth: .
i ' to Fourth Place
; CHICAGO, June 6. (National)
Chicago hit Art NeM. star left
hander hard today, smashing out
four doubles,-all of which figup
id In a 6 to 1 victory over New
York and evened up the series..
Vic Aldridge, on the other hand
held the world's champions to 3
hits, ! one a homer by Snyder,
which saved the Giants from a
I' Score j R. H. E.
New York ";. ... i .: ,1 3 2
Chicago .......... ....6 12 2
f Nehf, Biume and Snyder, Smith
Aldridge and O'Farrell,
St. lmnlH 7, Philadelphia O
ST. .LOUIS, June 6.- Bottom
ley's triple, Myer's sacrifice gave
St. Louis -a 7 to 6 victory over
Philadelphia today. The contest
went 12 Innings. The visitors
tied it up In the 7th and the loc
als continued the tie by scoring
twice In the 10th.
Score R. HE.
Philadelphia . . .... .. 611 0
St. iLouls ........... Ul 15 2
Glazner . and Henllne; Toney
and McCurdy. .1-5
Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 3
: PITTSBURGH, Pa., June 6.
Pittsburgh ; made it two straight
game, 7 to 3. Reuther weakened
game, 7 to 3.' Ruether weakened
In the 6th when the Pirates sent
six runs across on six hits, Rawl
ings featuring in the frame with
a clean double with the bases
Ran In the seventh delayed the
Taylor; Hamilton and Gooch.
Cincinnati 5, Boston . 1
CINCINNATI.; June 6. Dono
hue outpitched McNamare today
and the . Reds won the second
game of the series from ' the
Braves, to 1. "
Score r R. II. E.
Boston .. . .... . . . . ... .1 6 2
Cincinnati . . . . . . .. .. . .5 11 0
McNamara, Watson and O'Neil
Donohue and Win go. :
, AS1ERICAX ASSOCIATION
Kansas City-Louisville postpon
ed, .rain. ' v ': -'
. Minneapolis . - Toledo, postpon
ed, rain. . ' '. .
At'Columbus 3. St. Paul 6.
At i Indianapolis 3; Milwaukee
4.'- ;;:.M;1.-'.. .-':. ,'
i R. H. E.
. 3i a 1
.....7 12 0
FLYERS BREAK RECORDS
SAN DIEGO, Cel., June 6.-
Unlted States navy flyers, . broke
two world seaplane records which
had been heM abf oad and estab
lished eight other records for sea-
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- Muslin, ; Soisette and
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Ample Stocks of Cool, Comfortable
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