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THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1923
Here, Tltoe're smd Every wlra
Raising! th- Family-
Senators Are Defeated in
Double-Header By Large
' Scores Yesterday
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
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NEW YORK. July 4.; (Anieri-
ran.) The Yankees ran their
winning Mrrak to 1 eight sanies,
.and completed a sweep of the four
game . Washington series by de
feating the Senators in a double
header here this afternoon, 12 to
C and 12 to 2.
Fir3t game It. II. E.
Washington . . . .... . . 613 3
New York; .v,. v.-.12 H 1
;ahjiizer. J- Hollingsworth and
Ruel. rllargYave; Pennock and
v Second' game It.
Washington!. .... . . 2
New- York V, . . : . . y 1 2 :
Johnson,-War mouth and
Jones and Hoffman. '-
J "hit-ago " 0-3 ; St. Louis' 7-1
ST. LOUIS. ! July 4. (Ameri
can.) Chicago made it three
straight over St. Louis' by taking
both games of the holiday bill to
day, j The. score .of s the forenoon
contest -was 9 to 7, and the after
noon game 3 to 1. - , 1
First game R. IK E.
Chicago .';..' 9 13 1
SL Louis - 7 16 0
1 , Leverette and Schalk; Pruett,
SherdeL. Kolp and Severeid., - .
Second game ' R. II. E,
Chicago '. iT 2 7 0
St. Louis' . . i; . , .'. 1 3 0
Blankerwhip and Graham; Root,
rructt, Bayne and Severeid.
(Icvrlaita 10i3; Detroit
j CLKYELAISD,; July 4. T(Ameri-can.yT-iDetroit'
battedr four Cleve
land v Pitchers .bard and. won , tbe
afte-raPsiDn' ' game; front Cleveland,
15 after losing the mornirg
game 10' to 7. " . V-'
FJrs game- ; s . ...R. ,H. K.
Detroit .U .'. 7 15 i4
Cleveland v.. . . .. . ... . . 10 13 . jl
Oauss, Francis and Bassler;
I4orton, Shaute and O'Neill
Detroit ...A . .
Cole. and Bassler; Boone, LThle,
Jlorton, Metevier and O'Neill, Se-
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; Philadelphia 3-1 ; Boston 1-8 ,
j , BOSTON. July 4. (American.)
j Boston Ulvided a doubleheader
with Philadelphia today losing the
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Philadelphia ..!.. . . ..1,9 1
Boston ...... j ..... . S 14 . 0
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New York Takes Both Ends
of Battles With. Philadel
. phia Team .
PHILADELPHIA. Jnly 4
(National) New York took both
ends of a doubleheader with Phil
adelphia today, winning the. first
game 7 to 3 and the second &
Bentley and Snyder;
Winters and Henline.
New York ......
R. H. E.
.7 11 0
.3 7 1
Nehf and Snyder;
terc and Wilson.
Brooklyn 4-9; ltoton. l-f
Brooklyn, July 4. (National)
Brooklyn boat Boston twice to
day, 4 to 1 and 9 to C. Vance
pitched great ball In the j first
First game R. H. E.
Boston .... .'. 18 1
Brooklyn '. . . . .... ... 4 8 0
Oeschger, Genewich and O'Neill
Vance and. De Berry.
Second game - ; R. H. E.
Boston 510 5
Brooklyn.... 9 16 5
Fillingim, Barnes, McNamara
anad Gibson; Grimes and. Taylor.
Clncinna, 6-3; Chicago 3-6
CHICAGO. July 4. (National)
Chicago and Cincinnati ; Bplit
even in the holiday double-header,
Cincinnati winning the morning
gamo 6 to 3 and Chicago turning
the tables in the afternoon and;
winning by a similar count of 6"
First came R. H.
Cincinnati .' . . . .6
Chicago . . . . .... .... 3
Luque and Hargrave;
I 7 i
! H. E.
and O'Farrell. j
J Second game - R-
Chicago. ..".-. . . .". -. -6
Donohue, Keck and Wingo; Oa
borne and O'Farrell.
IMtVsbort; 7-6: St. LodIk 5-1 j
. PITTSBURG, July 4. (Nation
al -Tho Pittsburgh Pirates used
their bats in deadly fashion
against St. Louis today and won
the morning and afternoon game?
7 to 5 and, 6 to 1. . ' '
First gamo R. H. E.
St. Louis. . :. ...... . .5 11; 1
Pittsburg. . . . . . . ... .7 11! 0
j Stuart, Barfoot.' Pfiffer. Doak
and demons; Bagby. Kunz. Coop
er ana scnmiai, uoocn.
Second game R. H.
St. Louis. . . . . . - . . . .18
Pittsburg.... ...... .. 11,
Haines and McCurdy; Morrison
At Kansas City 3; Milwaukee 5;
At Minneapolis 5-1; St. Paul
7-0. ' ? ? :, I 'm i
At Columbus 13-2; Toledo i 7-0.
" At Iouisville 6; Indianapolis 5.
At Louiivflle 5; Indianapolis
12 (second game.) j .
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LIVERPOOL, July 4. Closing
wheat: Spot No. 1 northern
spring 10c 9V4d; No. 2 hard win'
ter 1 0s 7 'id; No. 2 red western
winter 10c d; No. 2 mixed win
ter 10s '3d; No. 1 northern Mani
toba 10s lOd; No. 2 Manitoba 9s
7d; No. 3 Manitoba 9s 8d.
Corn spot American mixed new
Ss, 2d; do old nominal.
. ....Why ( Cupid Waits
, "You know young Fillers, the
dentist? Well, he'a going to, elope
with Miss Travers."
"The deuce you say! When?".
"In a few weeks."
"A few weeks! "Why In th
world doesn't he take her now?"
: "Well, -you Bee, he's doing a lot
of expensive work on her teeth
and he wants to collect the bill
from . her father first." Colum
bia State. : "
LONGVIEW, Wash., July 4.
- Joe- Gorman,." Portland, and
Mike DePinto, Seattle, fought
six rounds to a -draw here to
day. Freddie Anderson, Van
couver, Wash., knocked Mys
terious Billy Smith Jr., Port
land, out in the third round.
Joe Bellew. Seattle,1 did the
same, to Jack Calver, ,Taconii.
MICHIGAN CITY, ,Ind., July
4.- Financial troubles some
what similar-to those confront
ing the Dempsey-Gibbons match
served to some extent as the
cause for calling off the fight
between Lew Tendler of Phila
delphia and Sailor Freedman of
Chicago here today. Rain put
the final touch to the matter.
Despite the fact that the
arena was more than half filled
and thai it was announced pre
vious to the irst preliminary
that 15,000 persons passed
through the gates, not enough
money was on . hand to fulfill
the guarantee made to Tendler
of J15.000, win, lose or draw.
OAKLAND. Cal . July 4.
Bert Colima of Los Angeles and
Jimmy Duffy of Oakland boxed
four rounds to a draw here this
afternoon in a bout which was
adverUsed as involving the Pa
cific coast welterweight cham-'
Vpionship.. . V ; ; ; :
SAND POINT. Ida., July 4.
Bud Ridley of Sand Point,
won from Danny, Nunes of Oak
laud on a foul in the eleventh
round of their scheduled twelve
round fight here this afternoon.
The : contest had been an
nounced as involving .Nunes.
Pacific coast ' featherweight
title. ' Ridley claimed that he
'was . hit ' below the belt soon
after T the eleventh round
opened. . ' V
CASPER, Wyo., July 4. Af
ter battling! nine rounds in a
pouring rain;. Midget Smith,'
New York' bantam, was award
ed the decision over Franki
Jummati'of Chicago. The men
were scheduled to box 12
rounds but had agreed to fignt
as long as the' weather per
mitted arid then abide by the
referee's decision, j I
NEW YORK. July 4. (By
Associated Press.) Tex Rik
ard announced tonight that he
will start negotiations at once
to match Jack DempHey with
the , winner of the: Luis Firpo
Jesg Willard bout for a world's
title fight, probably at Boyle's
Thirty Acres, Jersey City, in
September or October.
It is getting so that the children
around the house are the domin
ant factories there They run
father and mother and things gen
erally. In fact, they run, every
thing but errands " ' . .
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In Second Contest:
Bodie Drives Ball Over;
Fence in -Seventh
PORTLAND. July 4. Portland
brokeeven with Vernon ia two
games here today, ; winning the
morning j game 8 to 7 in 11 in
nings .and dropping the afternoon
contest ? ' to 3. The morning
(game was a free-hitting affair.
Portland pounded out 13 hits off
j three ! Vernon pinchers while Fch-
rocder. who went the entire dis
tance for the , Beavers, was nick
ed for 17 safe ,bingle,s. j ;h
Fing Bodie clinched the second
game for the visitors in the sev
enth Innfng.when he drove a. home
run over, the right field. ' fence
sending two runnera-across- ahead
bf him. The score was lied at one
all up to the seventh.
Oakland 10-2; Seattle 5-6
SEATTLE, July 4 After j los
ing 15 to 5 to Oakland In the! Pa
cific coast baseball league here
today, Seattle took a second game
6 to 2. A large holiday' crowd
sa wthe performances. In the. first
game Sheriff Blake was- batted
from the box; by the Oaks,! and
his successor; Vic Pigg,, dl4 no
better, the visitors getting 2l hits.
In the second gnme the situation
was reversed. 1 Ariett replacing
Viurchio for Oakland and both be
ing hit hard. Burger tossed air
tight ball for Seattle in nthis con
Aniiifs 9-3: Salt Lako 5-1
LOS ANGELES, July 4. Los
Angeles . made it , a rollicking
fourth by taking both mOrning
and afternoon games from j i Salt
Lake today 9 to 5 and 3 to: J, re
spectively. In the iiiorn:ng cop
test the Angles led off In the
first Inning with three runs, ad
ded another in the sevenm and
bombarded Coumbej Tor five more
in the eighth. Griggs' homer In
he fourth frame with one man
on was the feature of the after
noon game,! his circuit clout cinch
ing the game for the Angeis. Doc
Crandall pitched airtight ball for
Los Angeles except in. the ! fifth
inning, when the Bees converted
a! single and a double into their
only run. .
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FrJaro '5-1 Saeramen'io 1-6
SAN FRANCISCO. Julyj r 4.
Sacramento and San Francisco
divided a doubleheader here 'to
day. The Seals won the mornjng
game 5 toil and the Senators re
taliated 'in tbe afternoon 6 t of 1.
Hughes. Senators' morning pitch
er, weakened-' in the seventh in-
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hit's aud, three runs.
In the -afternoon the Senators
outhit and outfielded the Seals.
Mitchell of the Seals proved Wild
and erratic. He xwas . replaced by
Hodge in the seventh. Mitchell
passed rMcGinnis in the sixth in
an effort to retire Thompson who
pounded out a singia and scored
two men. : '
WON BY HEARNE
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tie fear around the track at 119
miles an hour.
The exceedingly fast pace soon
began to tell' on both cars and
drivers, and they began dropping
out, of the race one by one, and
after the 144th lap only five re
mained. The gruelling -speed at
which the cars were pushed was
too great a strain on the little
motors, according to drivers.
Hearnfr took 89,000 as the prize.
Earl Cooper won $4,0,00 for sec
ond,' Harlan Fengler S2500, and
Dave Lewis $1750.
Hearne, who was fifth in the
national rating with 302 points,
added 500 to bis total and placed
second to Jimmy Murphy. -
DIUT KECOIlbs I1ROKEX
SAN LUIS OBISPO. Cal., July
4. What were declared to be two
new world's records for dirt tracks
were established in the au tomb
bile races here today when Jess
Coe covered 15 miles In 11 mln-
utes .Z 3-5 seconds, 45 seconds
less than the previous record, and
Fred Frame, in a non-competitive
event, V covered a mile in 4 3 2-5
seconds. . . ;:. "
Al Melcher went out In the
fifth lap of a preliminary race
when the steering knuckle broke'
and his car - rode the guard . rail
for 300 yeard-3. Melcher was not
hurt. : . ,-.:'
PORTLAXD RACER 'WINS ,
SPOKANE, July 4. ' Husky
"Tip" Bloom of Portland carried
off the principal honors of. the
American legion auto races at the
Interstate fair grounds today.
Bloom took first in the mile race
against time, first in thelS-mile
race, and first In the 25-mile free-for-all.
'J. Waldrbn of Spokane
took first In the1 only 'other race,
the five-mile for bugs only. -. ,
Only one accident marred the
day. Johnny 'Klee, driving on 6- of
"Doc" Hahn's jinked" cars, went
through the fence almost at the
start of:the 15-mile race, suffer
ing cuts and brui-ses which are not
considered serious. The .crowd
was estimated at 8.000..
SILVERT0N IS HOST TO
(Continued trom page 1.)
ed Stayton in a baseball game 9
to o. ;" - ' - '
The '49'er show by the Silver
ton -post of the American Legion,
which -began Tuesday night was
continued here tonight.,
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! Children attending the. celebra
tion were- made happier , when
Mayor "L. C. Eastman gave away
1600 toy gas balloons at the noon
For the benefi of the women
as a rest room the Loyal Legion
members gave over the use of
their hall, which added much to
the pleasure of the day.
"Did you hear about Old Man
Coyne going to the wall?"
- "You don't say? And it was
his daughter who married Duke
Nottingleft about two weeks ago!"
'Yes, think of how surprised
that duke will be when he hears
of himself marrying for love."
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