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FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1923
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THE OAfivJON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
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Portland; or... June i sa.
Harry'Krahse was thinking of the
days when he won 10 straight for
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mo Atuicuui auu concemraieq on
the thought bo well that he beat
the Bearers here today by a '.score
of 2 to 1. The veteran southpaw
allowed six scattered hits and be
scored " the" winning fun ' for, his
team mates in the seventh.: i .l1
It was the hottest 'day of the
year and. the. players of both teams
exhibited more pep than the local
diamond has seen for many cloudy
weeks. : j , - : ' '
C-core a , 4 R. , It. E.
ani. Onslaw. I
Baker; - Laverenz
' 1 Angels -2; Sacramfnto O
liosY AJGELES. June j 2.
Percy Jones pitched , spectacular
bail for Los; Angeles today, shut
ting out-Sacramento 2 to 0 and
holding them to five hits. The
Angels i scored their , first h run , in
thel first inning on a , single and
sacrifice fly and the other, in the
pig;hth on, two singles and a.dou
blo steaL ,j : . - .
Score- , , . ' .' Rf-H. E.
Sacramento? . L.v -..4. ...0,5 1
.2 '.7 J 1
Hushes and Koehlerf Jones and
Baldwin. 1 . r
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Vernon 2; Seattle I v J
SEATTLE,' Wash., June ' 28.
Jakey May' and George Burger
both pitched good ball today. May
getting the decision 2 to 1.- - '
"Ghadbourne's single gave ' Ver
non, the victory over Seattle In the
ninth. " "
core -jU-i t?& R. II. E.
Vornon. .... . .,.)... k2 , 1
Seattle,. Mr t o
May jind Hannah;;
geri and Tobin. , , ;
Tru-.v.r Co ,
.Vast Through Freight to Ail
ij Valley Points Dally. . .
i ' Salcm-PortJand-Woodburn ,
"Corvallls - Knsfsne Jefferson
f Dallas - Albany-Slonmonth, - -
Independence llonroe1 -
pring t I e l-'d"r;V-
smr bif micK -
j; ftlt Lake 4 ; Frisco 3 (
SAN FRANCISCO, June 28.
Salt, La ke won the third game of
the series with the Seals , in the
sixth inning - today when Strand
bit a timely home run clout. Fin
al score 4 to 3.' VItt and Lewis
had singled When Strand made
his circuit bingle scoring his team
mates.: - Mitchell and aKllio start
ed the pitching, but both were re
lieved when the going became
rough and Coumbe and Hodge fin
' Score ;! R. II. E.
Salt Lake. j. . . . . :. .4 10 1
San Francisco . . .......3 9 0
- KalHo, Coumbe and Jenkins;
Mitchell and Agnew.'
eleventh .victory of
against four defeats.
-Score ; j
St. Louts .. . . . . I . .
t Johnson. , Francis.
the . season
R. H. E.
. 2- 7 2
Bassler; Shocker and Severeld.
Bostbn 3, Washington i !
WASHINGTON, D. C. June 28.
Ehmke outlasted Zachery today
and Boston won the opening game
of the series from Washington,
3 tc 1. .
Score y) I It. Ii: i.
B:; 1 cii ............ 3 3 2
wasnington ..........i n flnanclng of
jj.nmKC. ana waiters; .acn;rjr ;
and Ruel. ; ; i !
RUMORS SURROUND FIGHT FUND
BOTH CATtlPS CONTINUE TRAINING
poned, rain, f
St. Lbuis and Boston Victors
Chicago and Cleve
' '! land Deferred
NEW YORK, June 28. The
Yankees defeated Philadelphia to
day, 4 to 2.
i Score ' ' 1 : R..H. E.
Philadelphia" . .. . . . . . 2 6 1
New York 4 8 2
- Rommel alld Bruggy; Shawkey
and Hofmann. ' '
j $ i ' ' " jA i'-t'iM :,:
St. Iiomls 6, Detroit -"2
ST. LOUIS Mo., June 28. St.
Louis pounded three Detroit pitch
ers for 11 hits and T won today's
game, 6 to '2. It was Shocker's Boatoa
I LEAGUE STANDINGS ; j
- PACITIO COAST IXAQX7B - if,
; W. Li. Prt.
San Frneico I 5B 3t .641
Sarramento ....-.... .J.. 4 38 .548
Portland .... - 43 43
Vernon - , - 42 , 43
Salt Xaka . 41 43 .494
Ijom Aoffelea . 40 4J " .489
Seattle ... - :.35 4T .427
Oakland ..-..84 51 .400
GREAT FALLS, M6nt., June 28.
- (Byr the Associated Press." )
The coafuslon into which the
the Jack Dempsey-
Tommy" Gibbons fight.
for .Shelby July 4, was thrown
yesterday as1 a result of the resig
nation of Dan Tracey as business
manager grew in such volume all
day until it became apparent to
night that the promoters have no
definite plan for raising the final
8100,000 due Dempsey on hi3
8300,000 guarantee. From hone
of the men associated with the
Xew York ............ :..........44 . 20 1
PittHbnrg .. . ...i.....87 -23 ,
Cincinnati J -...35 25 j.
Chicago .... 34 32
Brooklyn ..... . 31 30
Ht. Ilonia 32 33 '
Boston . 20 43
Philadelphia 18 45
r - ahekoah LSAQtra : . ;
T '" W. 1,Prt.
Now Tork . '......40 22 '.B45
Philadelphia .... .....84 28 f .548
Cleveland .1 . 33 , 29 .332
St. Ijeoin u : 30 31 .493
Detroit .-...29 33 .488
Chieaso .... , 28 31 .43
Waahinstoa , JZ1 .35 .435.
23 83 .411
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i . j-.. I ,5',:, t'- - sr a Si-rN. 1 1 i t 1 1 1 ' 1
VMonm dish it
h saving o)
oi promotion of the battle could it
49l.: . . . . . . m.am
do learnea lomgni inai ine ivu,
000 Installment for Dempsey was
definitely In- sight or that plans
are under way 'that bring from
the promoters anything more
than "expressions of hope" that
the money would be raised. ' ? '
j The day was filled with rumors,
contradictions, "denials and eva
sions originating with various men
identified with the promotion.
Through it all Mayor Jim John
son of . Shelby, treasurer of the
fight, who r has personally sunk
a fortune of $15000.0 in the ven
ture, continued to make announce
ment that the fight would be held
as scheduled and that Jack Kearna
as r manager of the heavyweight
champion would receive the $100,
000 when due next Monday, if not
before. Mayor Johnson, however,
gave no indication of where he ex
pected to get the money or how,
aside .from saying that he was
working on two or three different
plans. I ,
Early In the day, J. W. Speer, a
state senator and attorney for
Johnson, announced that $50,000
had been assured by one lndividu-
Sal to help make up the $100,000
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; Fluffy Marshmallows, fresh, lb;. . . . ... . . . 45c
j New Beans, green or wax, 2 lbs. ........ . . . . 25c
Federal Milk, 10 tall cans . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . 99c
Svifts Bacon Backs,: lb.. :. 22c
Certo, 2 bottles . . . j . . . . . . . 65c
Crown Flour .... . . i :: . $1.95
Fancy Shrimps; 3 cans. . . . . i. .'. 50c ;
tDeJiMonteFfour .: ;i . ... . . ; . . . .......... $1.89
Standard Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, each . . 10c
Bunch Vegetables; Beets, Onions, Carrots, ,
Turnips, per bunch y , : . : . ....... ,1 ........ . 5c
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SHELBY, Mont.,June 28. (By
the Associated Press.) Hearten
ed , by unauthentic reports from
Great Falls that arrangements for
scheduled j raising the final $100,000 of
Jack Dempsey guarantee for his
July 4 bout with Tom Gibbons
were believed to be culminating
successfully. Shelby took on re-
! newed activity again today in pre -
paration for ther battle.
: The fight fans, discouraged
yesterday by the uncertainty sur
rounding the holding of the fight,
following the abrupt withdrawal
of Dan Tracey from the business
management, were' loud in their
praise of Mayor James Johnson,
who stepped into the breach va
cated by . Tracey and announced
the fight would be held, regard
less. Shelby is confident tonight
there will be a championship bat
tle July 4. ,.: ; i : .
More than $100,000 in tickets
are still in the hands of those to
whom they have been distributed,
Phil Campbell, the ticket manager
announced. Many of the largest
cities of the country have not re
ported the total sales, he said, and
It would' be impossible to esti
mate the number sold until they
have done so. Fred ft. Searles,
assistant treasurer, said that many
Montana points were still to be
heard from, and that the total
amount of ticket sales still re
main uncertain. .; A definite state
ment is to be made tomorrow, in
connection with the ticket sale.
Mr, Campbell announced. The
largest crowd that has witnessed
Tommy Gibbons in a workout saw
him in his afternoon clash with
four sparring partners! Gibbons
worked with dash and speed, in
spite of the boiling' sun.
The next eclipse will be observ
ed in Mexico and a party of Ger
man scientists will make the trip.
One . would imagine that the
eclipse of the mark' would be
enough for the Heinles.
Former King Ferdinand of Bul
garia' demands that he be allow
ed to return from exile, but the
Bulgarians are So hard of hear
ing, being full of Bulgarian but
termilk. ' 1
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BOSTON, June 28. (National.)
The world champions made it 10
straight victories today by defeat
ing. Boston. 4 to 2. t-
Score R. H. E.
New York .... ...... 4 12 1
Boston ........... 2 . & i 1
Scott and Gowdy. Snyder;
Oeschger.ssFillinglm and . O'NellL
' St. Louis 1 ; Chicago O
. CHICAGO, June 28. (Natio
nal.) Toney bested Alexander in
apltchlng duel today and St. Louis
shut out Chicago, 1 to 0 in the
first game of the series.
. Score R. H. E.
St. Louis .... 1 6 2
Chicago . . ... . 0 4- 2
Toney and Alnsmlth; Alexan
der and O'Farrell.
Philadelphia 8; Brooklyn 7
PHILADELPHIA, June 28.
(National.) Philadelphia rallied
in the seventh Inning ' today and
scored- enough runs to nose out
Brooklyn; 8 to 7.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn ..... 7 19 0
Philadelphia ......... 8 14 0
; Dickerman, Decatur, Smith and.
Taylor; Hubbell Winters and Hen
line. .. ; '. . ..
SILVERTON, Or.. June 28.
(Special to The Statesman.)
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Brown of
Libby, Mont., are camped at the
Silverton auto grounds. Theyhave
been on the road for' . about a
month. Mr. and Mrs. Brown went
as far south as Weed, Calif., go
ing down, via Klamath Falls and
returning through the .valley.
They report fine roads during the
entire trip with the exception of
a little stretch between Ashland
and Klamath Falls which was un
der construction. Mr. and Mrs.
Brown are In search of a milder
climate than that of their Monta
na home. Sa far. they say, the
how good a cigarette
really can bo madey
you must try a
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country . In -and .around Ashlar ;
has appealed to them the inc..'
They expect to remain at direr
ton for a week and will ti.en r
on to Portland.
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