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San Francisco, Los Angeles
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PORTLAND. July 3. Portland
and Vernon divided 39 hits tand
22 1 runs between them, but the
Beavers bad a little tbe better' of
the division because they finished
with 14 runs - while the Tigers
bad -to be satisfied with . eight.
Lf Portland used three ; pitchers
and .Vernon two. James was de
blted with the loss, and Leveren
geta credit' Jot the victory, al
though '. be was. extremely lucky
that hia mates had on their bat
ting togs and that the Tiger field
ers . Jhad their fingers suHaed
tTith butter. . ,
Score X - R. II. E.
Vernon ........ ... . . . 8 20 3
Portland . - .... ...... 14 19 2
t James, Reiger and Murphy; Lev
erenz, Sullivan, Eckert and Daly.
Frisco 3, Sacramento 2
SAN FRANCISCO. July 3. The
two league leading teams battled
for 11 innings today before San
Francisco came but tbe -victor, ov
er Sacramento, 3' to 2. It was
a pitchers duel between Prough
and .Courtney until the eighth.
The Seal pitcher was the first to
weaken.. Ia that frame he allowed
four bits and two runs. The home
club came j right back and tied
tbe count on three hits. In tbe
eleventh San Francisco won out
by bunching three blngles. Rhyne
and Courtney singled; and Valla
doubled sending the former home.
' Score i R. H. E.
Sacramento 2 11 0
Can Francisco . .- 3 19 1
; Prough and Koehler, : Cook;
Courtney and Yelle. " , r .
Angela S. Salt Lake 1
LOS ANGELES. July 3; Los
Angeles wan the opening game of
tbe series with Salt Lake today.
5 to 1. Tbe Bees took a one-run
lead In -the first inning bit the
Angels tide the score In the fifth
and , made certain of victory in the
seventh, scoring two runs on a
Single, a sacriiiic, a. uiiq nuu
ah error. A bomer by Art Griggs.
Angel first baseman with one man
oar base in the eighth accounted
for the other two tallies. !
Score:- i R. H. E.
Sail Lake V 1 10 1
LoAngetelf ..... .'5 10 0
Myers aid Jenkins; Janes and
Oakland 4. Seattle 2
SEATTLE, July 3.
won the first game of tbe series
t rW; Seattle here today.! 4 to 2.
Behind the airtight' pitching of
llarry Krause, the Oaks played
cfassy baseball. Tesar started for
the locals but was relieved by
Carl Schnell in tbe fourth.
Score '- - - '" ' "' I H. E.
dkkland . . . .. . J.w,.. 4 10 0
Seattle ......... 4 2 6
Krause and Baker; Tesar,
Sfchnell and Tobin. j
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Dallas Wins! Two Fast s
i Games With Mount Angel
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t DALLAS. Or., -July 3 . ( Spe
cial Tho Statesman. In two
fast games of -baseball played on
the local grounds Monday morn
lag and this morning, as part of
tie big three days celsbratiori now
being staged in Dallas, the local
turn was victorious over the Mt
Afigei ' team by small margins.
Monday's games ended in a 5 to
4i score and -today's game ended
6 to 5.' ; At both games it took
10 innings to decide the winners.
Baseball fans state that the
games were the best ever witnes
efr ontbe local grounds. Large
crowds witnessed both contests.
J Tomorrow afternoon the local
am will cross bats with the fast
McMinnville team and! a game
xvortb while is promised. The Mc
Minnville team .has a reputation
tttr being hard hitters and will
probably be the hardest oppon
ents the 5 locals will have to play
this season. .Tne game is scae
dnled to be called at 2:45 p. m.
Stake Record rs Broken
. . in North Randall Races
: NORTH RANDALL, Cleveland,
Clhlo, Julj 3.- (By The Associat
ed Press.) -Rain brought to a
sodden ending today's grand cir
cuit harness horse racing t here,
after five heats had been raced off
and a stake record broken.
The horses had past finished
tbe final heat of tbe first event,
von by Hal Abbe, when the rain
came. .The heats 'of the Ohio
Stake. $5,006 had been finished
aid had to go over until tomor
row. unfinished. .-" '(. .
j It was in this event that the re
cord was broken. In winning the
fjrst heat In 2:03 2-5. Favonian,
driven by Fred' Edman of Mem
phis, lowered the time or 2:04U
made -by 'Mabel Trass in Jl9i.
Clyde The great, which trotted a
half Jn 1:01 1-5, in setting the
race In this mile, broke coming
dawn the stretch but won the sec-
tii heat in 204 2-5 ' .
GIBBONS PLEASED BY PROSPECT
FIGHT DOPE IS
; SHELBY, Mont, July 3. (By Associated Press.)
Assorted facts concerning Shelby's premier champion
ship contest tomorrow E
Principals : Champion, Jack Dempsey, age 28 years ;
weight 185 pounds. , . .
Challenger: Tommy Gibbons, age 29 years; weight
.178 pounds: ; F ' r f
. Time-of bout: Three p. m.. mountain time. j
Limit of fight: . 15 rounds to referee's decision. t
Referee: James Dougherty, Philadelphia.
Timekeepers- Richard T. Burke, New Orleans.
Weight of gloves : Six ounces. . .
The fight arena covers six acres ; seats 40,000 per
sons ; built at cost of $85,000.
Price of tickets: Twenty dollars to fifty dollars.
GREAT FALLS, MonL, July 3.
(By the Associated Press.)
Jack Dempsey rolled. Into -.bed at
his Missouri river training camp
early tonight for his last sleep
before he crawls Into., tne rtng
to defend his world's heavyweight
chamDionshio against Tom Gib
bons. Dempsey,-while refusing to
make a flat statement t&at he win
knock out the St. Paul challeng
er, declared that he expected Gib
bons to prove to be one or tne
toughest opponents if he has ever
met. : i ! : v "r': - V
" am not one who regards him
Hirst iVtmtMtT sail. 'l resard
every challenger asT- -dangerous.
They are all dangerous until they
are on the floor. I am not going
to take any chances jwith Gibbons.
I will make every effort to beat
him in the first round If possible.
AnvthinK is liable to happen to a
champion any time;. he goes into
the ring. So I am going to do my
best, and if my best: fails, I shall
be the first to ; welcome Gibbons
as. the new champion. ; . , 7
"It is mv" confident feeling that
i .was -never in . better bape.- J
feel better than I have in many
years on the day before I fought.
My training periodjhas been han
dled to such perfection that I have
benefited by it," j ,
The huge 2 Vroom house" juU
over the hills on the edge of the
city that has j 'been Dempsey's
training camp for eight wee as, to
day was a deserted hall. Demp
sey epent most of the time, away
from camn. walking out in the a'r
or riding with a parly of Chicago
admirers, who called on mm to
day. : '--;,
Tomorow will be get-away day
to the champion.; He has been
tendered the use Of a private car
to make the trip; to. Shelby, and
which will be used as his quar
trK while in the boom. town. He
plans to return- Immediately af
ter the fight,! coming oacit 10
Great Falls to have his personal
hfllnnainars Dacked and then start
ing off for a short vksit to Salt
Lake. .. .
SHELBY FEELS RECORD
CROWD IS ELSEWHERE
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that have feeen placed are on the
number of rounds tbe l5ht will
Crime Is ads 111
SliDDerv keatlemen wo lift
purses, watches! and . other valu
ables are being attended to
nromntlr inl Shelby Federal.
Ktat and municipal 1 officers are
carefully watching every one who
comes to town,, and any suspic
ious character is subjected to in
quiry. The town has built a
stockade, jail or. caiaooose. '
large and compact, i commodious
structure capable to accommo
dating several hundred.- j But to
day it has feWi inhabitants. . There
have been, up to date, virtually
no robberies or other serious
It is announced that the Princ
of Wales may or may not marry.
That seems to be the situation
1 with tbe moot of mankinds
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TO BED EARLY;
SHELbV. Mont.. July 3. (B
the Associated Press) Agog witt
excitement and packed with surg
ing crowds of, fight fans, Shelby
tonight was anxiously awaiting
the great1 pugilistic event which
tomorrow will . focus the eyes oJ
tbe entire sport world on this lit
tle Montana cow-town. , f :
Apparently . the least disturbed
jof any man In Shelby, Tom Gib
bons, the St. Paul contender,
romped his three children in his
little green-roofed cottage, went
for a short, walk over the nearby
bills in the afternoon and saw
cow-punchers" and rough-riders
perform, at a rodeo in his honor
this evening. -'j s I
"If I am defeated tomorrow, 1
will know I am not fit to hold the
heavyweight title," Gibbons said
this afternoon. "This is the op
portunity of my lifetime. It is
the goal toward which I have been
working for f three hard, busy
years. It finds me near the ab
solute perfection of condition. I
could have done no more to bring
myself to a finer point physically
i "The , financial tietails. of the
bout have ; not bothered me. ' 1
am here to fight and it will be
no disappointment to me if I do
not get a postage ; stamp out of
the bout." igft- j , J - : -
"I am more than confident 1
will win. I have a plan of cam
palgn mapped out in1 my mind. A
single punch will not disturb my
plans.1 I will enter the ring sure
of myself,-entirely confident of
what I can do and certain of the
outcome. ' i
"This is no idle boast or brag
gadoccio. ' I am determined to
win, as much for what it will
mean to my family aa for the title
itself.' When' I fought Harry
Greb I slipped, back a year in my
progress toward "the title. I will
not' slip, now that I have my
chance at it." ;
PISS SPEED TEST
Drivers Exceed Set Maxi
mum of 100t Miles Per
Hour at Kansas City Y
' KANSAS CITY. July 3. (By
The1 Asaoclated Press.): Roaring
around I he wooden oval of the
Kansas City speedway. 12 earn
today surpassed 100 miles an
hour, minimum qualifying Speed
for the 250 mjle race here tomor
row and it was Indicated that a
thirteenth car also : would meet
the test., A fourteenth machine,
driven by L. L. Comm and en
tered by Louis Cnevrolet, twist
ed out timing gears and although
it attained a qualifying speed it
was froced to abandon hope of
competitidn. 5 , ' . ;s , ;
Harry Hartz. who won second
place in the Indianapolis 500 mile
race recently and one of the fa
vorites here made the best aver
age time in the .five mile elimi
nation tests. 11 6.9 miles an hour.
BY MEUSEL WIN
New York Beats Philadelphia
Pittsburg and Cin
cinnati Winners I
PHILADELPHIA, July 3 (Na
tional.) Two home runs by Mue
sel were enough to give a victory
over Philadelphia 4 to 2.j
Score w kJ 1 1, e.
New York ,4.j 7 3
Philadelphia . . .... 21; 8 0
Watson and Cowdy; jjHehan,
Hubbcll and Wilson. . ho
Pittsburs 4; Kt. Louis S
PITTSBUItG, July 3. ffKatio
nal.) Pittsburgh won agajir from
the St. Louis Cardinals today, 4
to 2: r
St. Louis . . . I . . .
Pittsburg ....... .
f H. II. E.
. . ? 2 9 2
1 3 . . 1 1
Toney and "McCurdy; Meadows
Cincinnati ; Cliirag .".;
CHICAGO. July 3. (National)
Cincinnati bunched its jhits off
Kauffman today and made It two
straight from Chicago, 6 1 to 5.
Score R. H. E.
Cincinnati f . . . 6 11 0
Chicago . . ....... la 11 1
Benton and Wingo; Kaufmann
and O Farrell. I
Boston at Brooklyn fain.
Pouring of Concrete' is
Finished for Gymnasium
rA corps of 18 carpenters, called
in to set un the foxms for the con
crete foundations of the Willam
ette gymnasium building, jrot the
whole job finished last week "so
that, the pouring ot concrete i
now well under way.) Some of
the steel for reinforcing Is In
place, ready to be concreted in.
and the mixers are working away
at top speed. j
About 325 cubic, yards of . con
crete is to be made and poured
for the foundation work. This
will bring the wall up Jo the
ground contour, and j from there
upward it is to be brick only. The
foundation should be ready for the
brick masons early f during the
coming week. - J . ,
, Satisfactory progress Is beint
made with the building, which
from every indication Is to be fin-
idhed In tiruc for the opening ot
iast 'Miin ti'iiV'i -:,gir"
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TWO HDMERS MAD
REFEREE BIGJ FIGHT.
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the university year, September 19.
The main floor, 74. by 115 feet,
Will provide an admirable floor
for basketball games; and give ac
commodations 'for almost 2000
spectators.. This floor is much
larger than the Salem armory, that
has been the only basketball floor
available in Salem in the past.
With , the ; state ' interscholastic
tournament apparently a perma
nent thing ; for Willamette Uni
versity, It was especially necessary
to provide for large seating ac
commodations. The new gym will
also have exceptional quarters for
the playing teams.
Three Women Attacked
By Man; Description Given
hree women, one elderly, itjie
other a young married woman,
and a young girl were attacked
bv a man about fll:30 o'clock
Monday night while on their way
home from lodge. ; 1 The attack
took place in the vicinity of South
Church and Judson. f
The man. according to the story
told by the women, was leaning
against a -telephone pole as f the
trio came down the street, j As
they reached, the point where he
was lounging, he grabbed fori the
eldest and , pushed her into a
ditch. The younger ' women in
turn' attacked the man. and were
able to get away. With assistance
The Car for the Woman
on the Farm
2-Pass. Utility Coupe
F. O. B. Salem
227 N. High St.
1 "lill m ;
litf. if- .ia iirr-i in rniii . in WnniiYir in
I LEAGUE STANDINGS I
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PACIFIC COAST LBAOUC '
W. li. PCT.
Saa Frsacisc -.60 3i .632
Serimento .. 48 ' 4l .539
Portland , ...........46 45' .505
Lo Anzfe -......-...-43 44 .494
Salt Laka .....AX " 4 .477
J'eion , 42 4A .467
oattla 40 48 .453
dak land 27 ,53 .338
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New Tork ... . 4 J .23 .667
PitUburt :....41 ' 25 .621
Cincinnati .....39 , 'il ..59i
Brooklyn , .. 1 34 ' 3t .523
Chicaso 1. 36 35 .507
St. ! Louia . ,.33 37 .471
Boalon .. : 21 - 4)5 . . "3J8
Philadelphia, ....20 47 - .299
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, AMERICAN X.EAOUB
w. n. pet.
Sew York 45 22 .672
Philadelphia .J......'...13 33 .315
Cleveland -....8J' 33 .500
ChiraK . ..' 3 34 .492
.it. Loiua - 32 34 .485
Detroit 32 3 .483
Washington 30 37 .448
Boston ... ........24 36 .400
the elder woman -was taken home
where the young married woman
called her husband, who had re
tired for the night.
Though the man followed the
women until they entered be
house, the husband and a police
officer who quickly reached the
scene were unable to find the as
sailant and continued their search
until nearly 3 o'clock Tuesday
About two years ago the elder
ly 1 woman suffered a stroke of
paralysis, from which she recov
ered about a year ago. The at
lack last night proved quite a
Ishock to her, and until noon yes
Iterday she temporarily lost her
power of speech. Tuesday after
noon she was reported as being
much better, but still in a serious
condition as the result of the oc
j A fairly good description of the
man was given to the police by
., ' Second Sight
The young lady palmist at the
church bazaar said to one of her
girl clients: "I see by your hand
you are going to be married."
"Wonderful," said the girl.
"You are engaged to. a man
named Wllkins," continued the
"How- amazing," ' gasped the
girl. "Surely the lines -on by hand
can not reveal tha name " '
"Lines," sniffed the palmist.
"Who said "anything about lines?
You are wearing the ring I return
ed to Mr. Wilkins three weeks
Fast Through Freight to All
Valley Points Daily.
Corvailis - Eagene - Jefferson
,. Dallas - Albany-Monmontb
Independence - Monroe
Spring ft eld
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Game Between New York
and Washington One of the
Most Thrilling in Years
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NEW YORK, July S. (Amer
ican.) -The New York Americans
beat the: Washington club2 to 1
today in. one of tbe most thrill
ing; games seen here in a long
lime. Joe Bush hit a homer in
the- eighth Inning which broke a
scoreless tie. ' Washington came
back inf the ninth and tied the
score at one all. The teams "bat
tled on even terms until the fif
teenth, when Babe Ruth, first up.
knocked: out his sixteenth homer
ot tho season. .
SCORE R. H. E.
Washington. ..... ... .1 8 .3
New York . . . . . . .. . .2" 12 .0
Mogridge and Ruel; Bush and
Chicago 4 ; St Louis 3
ST. LOUIS, July 3, (Ameri
can) Schliebner's wild throw to
first inf the ninth, allowing Mos-
til and Sheely who had walked, to
cross tbe plate gave Chicago a 4
to 3 victory, over J5t.. Louis today,
i SCORB f- v R. H. E.
Chicago. .4 6 0
St. Louis ...... : .,311 1
Thurston, - Blankenship and
Schalk: Van Gilder, Pruett and
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Business Office, Ground Floor.
Detroit 12; Cleveland 8
CLEVELAND, July 3. (Amer
ican) Detroit came from behind
and defeated.. Cleveland .12 to 8
in 10 innings here today. ( Tbe
Tigers knocked Coreleskie out of
the box in the eighth.
CORE R. II. E.
Detroit . 12 18 0
Cleveland. . . . . ..... . .8 12 1
v Pfllette, Olsen,' Francis, Hallo
way, Wells anad Bassler; Coveles
kie. Bedgood and O'Neill.
" Philadelphia at Boston, rain.
At Kansas City 10; Milwaukee
7. . .''":.
At" Minneapolis 4; St. Paul 6.
At Louisville 3; Indianapolis 4.
At Columbus 9; Toledo 8.
On June 20, 1852, or 381 years
ago this month, Fernando de Soto
Spanish nobleman, discoverer oT
the Mississippi river, died of fev
er on the banks of the river ia
Arkansas. .His companions wrap
ped the body in bis mantle. Incas
ed It In a tree trunk end set it
afloat on the waters of the great
river, that his enterprise and ad
venture had revealed to the white
people, of the world.' ' . .
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You have If lnished
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all wide-awake rad-
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The State of Ore
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the leading pursuits
" and professions, a a- ,
Engineering;, A g r i c u 1
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"' ; ture. .
FALL TERM OPENS ;
SEPTEMBER 28,-1923 -:
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