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OAKLAND. July 14. Oakland
today won Its third straight game
i from Portland, 2 to 0. The gajne
was a pitcher's battle between
Pillette and Murchio. i the latter
- giving only six hits, and Pillette
bat eight. The. Oaks, however,
bunched their hits, getting three
, in each, the second and fourth
Innings and scoring a run in each
of those frames.
v- Score R. II. E.
' Tortland ...... 0 6 1
Oakland ...... ...... 2 8 1
Pillette and Daly; Murchio and
Baker, i "
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Anigrls 5-1; Sacramento 3-13
SACRAMENTO, July 14. Los
Angeles ard Sacramento divided
a, double bill here today, the An
gels taking the first game 5 to
3.' The Solons came back with
an orgy of base bits for the second
encounter that ended with a score
of 12 to 1 In which Lyons. Rob
ertson and Hanna were succes
sively! pummeled. Penner, aside
from the fifln Inning, when Gol
vln doubled and scored McCabe.
was never In danger. Thirteen
doubles and two triples were also
added to the afternoon's tally of
extra base swatting.
First game R. H. E.
Los Angeled 5.12 2
Sacramento,.... 3 10
v . Hughes and Baldwin; Thomp
son and Koehler.
. Second game . R. II. E.
Los Angeles 1.6 3
Sacramento 13 16 0
Lyons, Robertson, Hanna and
Eyler; Penner and Schang, M.
Seattle 17; Vernon H
.LQS ANGELES, July 14. Ver
non used four pitchers. Including
"Ping" Bodie, an outfielder,
against Seattle today, but the In
dians won the contest 17 to 8.
The 'Indians made 21 hits which
went for 23 bases. Bodie appear
ed best of the Tiger hurlers and
held' the' Seattle - batsmen hltless
- In the two lnuings he was on the
mound. "Brick." Eldred. Seattle
rightfielder. hit a. home run, a.
Jouble and two - singles -in five
trips to the plate.
SCore R- H. E.
Seattle-..;',.'. 17 21 3
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SALT LAKE CITY, July 14.
San Francisco made it four out of
five today when they beat the
Bees 11 to 8. The Seals rapped
Singleton for six runs In the first
inning and four in the sixth. An
outstanding feature was a one
hand catch made by Strand off
the rig It field fence of a high fly
hit by Courtney. v .
San Francisco ........1117 2
Salt Lake .... !...... 8 14 1
McWeeney and Telle; Single
ton, Coumbe; Kalllo and Jenkins.
H. Chandler Egan Again
Wins Northwest Title
! SEATTLE. July 1. II. Chan
dler Egan, former national ama
teur golf champion and bolder of
the northwest amateur title in
1915 and 1920,1 won the latter
for the third time today when he
defeated Lee Steil. Seattle 6 and
5, in their 30 bole final match
over the Seattle Golf club's links
here today. I
Toledo' 0; St. Paul 9.
-Louisville 5; Kansas City 3,
'Indianapolis 2; Milwaukee 13.
Columbus 10; 1 Minneapolis 9.
Salem Senators Play
The Salem! Senators will meel
the Fulton Athletic club this af
ternoon..1 Each team has won a
game, and today's game will de
cide the. final winner.
The first game went to the
locals by a score of 7 lo 5, while
Futtori won the second by a small
margin with-the outcome In doubt
until the lasti I r .
Emil Mauser of Chemawa will
umpire today. '
J LEAGUE STANDINGS '
nemo coast league
J . 49
San Francisco :
Los Angcira -'.
Reattla . -J
Salt Uaka .
; HATXOHAXi LEAGTHS.,
Xew Tork r.;.H-I;53
Cincinnati ..,:,...... ...4..4S
Pi tuba l."..i...'-47
'hicBgo ;J 43
St. Ivouia r...........,i.,-41
Boston .4.:.... i-23
Philadelphia . . 3
AMEBIC Alt LBAOOTS
t., Louia ......
Detroit ... ..
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NEW' YORK, July 14.; Tex
R?cliard, boxing promoter who is
negotiating with Jack Kearns,
manager for Jack Demppey, for a
fight betwen Dempaey and Luis
Arigel FIrpo for the world's hea
vyweight champ'onehlp early in
September, declared tonight he
was mystified by the statement of
Jimmie DeForrest, Firpo's train
er, that the Argentine would enter
a "slaughter house" if he entered
the ring wilh Dempsey in less than
"I cannot understand." he sa'd.
"Only yesterday DeForrest told
me Firpo was ready and able to
meet any, one In the world."
Rickard declared he was not
handling Firpo's interest but' was
negotiating with Kearns for jj a
Firpo-Dempsey fight soon. -
"Nothing was arranged today,"
he asserted, "but on Monday we
expect to come to a defin:te agree
Asked whether Harry Wills.
Firpo or another, opponent was
contemplated for Dempsey, Rick
ard "asserted that Firpo had been
the! man designated.
Whether Boyle's Thirty Acres
or i another spot would be the
scene of the battle and the pick
ing' of the date, probably Labor
Day, were also to be decided on
Monday, it was understood.
During the commutefr's yush
hour at the San Francisco ferry
one evening, a man who bad ob
viously just had a session with
John Barleycorn was an interested
spectator of the hurrying crowds.
He evinced a particular and ab
sorbing interest In a dapper young
army lieutenant,' and walking
wonderingly around the-offlcer,
bis unsteady gaze in turn was di
rected toward the latter's silver
spurs and then -bent upon the
ground as if in diligent search.
Finally a bystander, noting his
expression of bafflement. Inquir
ed, ''What Is the matter, bo?
Looking for something?"
The inebriated one slowly
straightened up. "Shay boss," he
answered ponderously, "I'm look
ing for his horse!"
-.'GERMAN OFFICER ESCAPES
BERLIN. July 14. A reward
of 25.000,000 marks was offered
for the capture of Captain Er
hardt, who escaped yesterday from
the federal prison at Leipsic while
awaiting trial for alleged treason
tfed on his participation in the
1920 Kapp revolt.
BOUT IS TALKED
! ALLENIIURST, N. J., July 14:
(By the Associated Press.) If
Luis Angel Firpo, South American
conquerer of Jess Willard. enters
into the ring with Jack Dempsey,
world heavyweight champion, in
less than four months, he will be
stepping into a "slaughter house,"
Jimmie DeForrest, tra'ner of the
Argentine contender for the world
title, declared tonight.
The trainer of the swarthy
"bull of the Pampas' declared
his protege was not yet a polished
enough fighter to risk his chance
for the world's title in a bout with
the champion at this time. ,
DeForrest, who trained the
South American for his bout with
Willard at Boyle's Thirty Acres
Thursday night and who is cre
d'ted with having developed the
Argentine's "second" hand, was at
one time Dempsey's trainer, i
Asked whether his statement
meant that Firpo would not fight
Dempsey on Labor Day. as had
been reported in New York- De
Forrest said 'that was a matter
Firpo would have to decide for
; ''Firpo is h's own manager."
said DeForrest. "My advice, how
ever, would be not to meet the
champion that soon."
Cleveland and New York
Break Even In Double
5 Header Yesterday -
CLEVELAND, July 14. (Am
erican) Be. ore the largest crowd
of the season, Cleveland and New
York broke even, this afternoon.
Cleveland won the first, 4 to 2,
scoring all of its runs in ; the
eighth inning when it bunched
six hits oir Fennock. IThlb held
New York to four hits end would
have scored a shut out but for er
101 a. The second was a tree hit
ling contest in which 30 base hits
were made. New York winning 10
to 7. Ruth and Brower madr
First game r R. II. T.
New York ............. 2 . 1
Cleveland . 4 9 2
Pen nock and Bengough; Uhle
and O'Neill. ,
Second game R. H. E.
New York 10 17 1
Cleveland .7 Z , Z
Jones and Bengough; S. Smith,
Morton, Me eviei, Louno and My
att. St. Ixuis 4-5; Boston 2-2
ST. LOUIS, July 14. (Ameri
can) St. Louis took undisputed
possession of third place in the
American league by winning a
doubleheader from. Boston today.
Urban Shocker won his 14th game
of the season when the Browns
defeated the Red Sox in 1 he first
contest, 4 to 2. Fullerton's wild
ness and fielding errors gave St.
Louis its runs.
In the second opportune hit
ting gave the Browns victory, 5
to 2. Cedric Durst, who substi
tuted for Kenneth Williams, who
has an injured foot, cracked out
a home run in the second inning.
Boston 2 8 4
St.! Louts . ..4 8 1
A Fullerton and Walters; Shock
er, and Severeld.
i Second game R. H. E.
Boston 2 8 1
St. Louis ........5 9 1
i Ehmko and Devormer; Dan
forth and Collins. - ,
r 1 Detroit O; Washington ft
I : DETROIT. July 14. (Ameri
can) Detroit rallied strongly In
the eighth inning of today's game,
scoring five runs which, with two
more in the: ninth were enough
to beat Washington. 9 to 8. Wal
ter Johnson was effective until
the eighth, Russell, who succeed
ed him, was pounded hard. ,
Score - R. II. E.
Washington ....... 8 16 1
Detroit ........... ...9 14 2
; W. Johnson. Russell and Ruel;
Cole01sen, S. Johnson, Francis
Chicago ,V4; Philadelphia 2-
CHICAGO, July 14. (Ameri
can) Chicago and Philadelphia
broke even in a doubleheader to
day. Willie Kamm's great batting
enabling, the White Sox to take
the first, .5 fo 2, while Bob Hasty's
great pitching coupled with time
ly hitting by Jimmy Dykes gave
the visitors the af'ermath, 6 , to
4. Kamm's .homer' with two men
on base in the third inning put
Chicago out in front In the first
First game - R. II. E.
Philadelphia . ..... .2
Chicago.,.. ........ .5
. Heimach and Perkins;,
gjos, ThurstoiT and Schalk.
Second game R. IL E.
Philadelphia .... .....6 10 2
Chicago .. . ... .. ..4 6 1
Hasty and Perkins: T; Blanken
ship. Laverette end Graham,
New Service Station
Opened at Silverton
KILVERTON. Or.. July 14
(Kpecial to The Statesman.) A.
W." Whitaker of Portland Is open,
ing a sales and seivice station for
Chevrolet cars at First knd Lewis
streets. Mr. Whitaker will also
be local agent for Chevrolet trucks
and jcars. He will have' an expert
mechanic In charge of repairs,
and he intends to keep a complete
line of Chevrolet parts In stock.
WILL OPEN BAKERY
SILVERTON. Or., July 14.-
(Special to The Statesman) G.
B. and Ivan Banks are making
preparations for the opening of
a bakery at Silverton in the room
of the Masonic temple, formerly
occupied by the Women's special
ty f shop. The Banks ;. brothers
have taken a three year lease on
the place and are installing elec
trie equipment, a large bread
baker and doughnut machine.
The'r plans are to make a spe
cialty of bread baking1.
A. A. Clothing Company's July : Sale
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II V at Expense of'Cheeves
Nets New York Four
Runs in Eighth
NEW YORK, July 14. New
York won the first game of the
series with the Chicago Cubs here
today, 6 to 5. A rally at the ex
pense of Cheeves petted the Giants
four runs in the eighth. Three
singles and a double turned the
trick. In the ninth the Cubs got
thrjse singles, with a wild throw
gave them two runs.
Score-- R. H. E.
Chicago ..... 5 6 1
: New York ... ......... 6 8 2
I ' Cheeves, Keen and; O'Farrell;
McQuillan and Snyder.
Brooklyn 2-3, Plttburg 1-5
BROOKLYN., July 14.-Brook-lyh
land Pittsburgh split a double
header here today, the Dodgers
winning the first, 2 to 1, and the
Pir4tes the second, 5 to 3. Vance
held Pittsburg to four scattered
hits in the first game and fanned;
ten batterS. The P rates filled
the j bases In the ninth but were
only able to tally once. , In the
second game, Jim Bagby got the
! decision over Harry Henry, Brook
lyn's sensational southpaw. Bern
hart of the' Pirates hit a home
run with one on in the. sixth.
i McLaren hit a circuit clout.
First game R. H. E.
Pittsburg 1 4 1
Brooklyn ............. 2 6 0
Cooper and Schmidt; Vance
and De Berry.
Second game- ' R, H. E.
Pittjsburg .. ...... 5 10 1
Brooklyn ............. 3 13 3
Bagby and Gooch; Henry, De
catur and Taylor.
Cincinnati 4-1, Boston 2-3
BpSTON, July 14 Boston aplit
even with Cincinnati today. Rixey
relieved Donohue In the first game
andj Is credited with being the
winning pitcher in a 12 inning
contest, 4 to 2, against Jease
Barnes. 'Passes to Burns and
RouBh and singles by Duncan and.!
Fonseca in the twelfth scored two
runs for the visitors. The second'
A Sincerity Sale .--v;-;
game was a light TiUting affair,
with Genewich having the better
of Keck and then Couch. 3 to" 1.
First' game R. H. E.
Cincinnati , . . . 4 11 0
Boston . . . . ........ . 2 G 2
Donohue, Rixey and Hargrave;
Barnes, Oeschger and E. Smith,
Second game ' R- H. E.
Cincinnati ....... 16 1
Boston . . - . -. . . ....... 3,6 0
Keck, Couch and Wlngo. Har
grave; Genewich and E. Smith.
Philadelphia 13, St. Louis 12
. .PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. July 14.
The Phillies, slugged their way
to victory over St. Louis today
when after two hours and a half
of weird baseball they emerged on
the long end of a 15 to 12 score.
Cy Williams hit bis 23rd home
run of the season and-Holke, the
Ph'llies' first sacker, twice, put the
ball over the right field fence.
Score R. H. E.
St. Louis ............ 12 18 O
Philadelphia ......... 15 17 4
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Bones of Ancient Mammal
Found in Arizona
-YUMA, Ariz., July 14. A pel
rifled specimen believed . to be
part of the' backbone of a pre
historic : mammoth or dinosaur
with fragments of the ribs still
attached - bas been brought here
from the Mohawk -district In east
ern Yuma county and placed on
display. ' "
The bones were found In anr
soil but portions of quart adher
ing to the bone are believed to In
dicate that the remains have beea
under pressure for centnrls.
. Plans are under way for an, ex
pedition to the site of the find ia
an effort to locate the rest of the
gigantic skeleton. If the site
proves to be a rich fosshll field aa
attempt probably will be made to
interest the University of Arizona
in more extensive excavations.