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BEATS SALT LAKE
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SALT LAKE CITY, July 19.
Portland made it two out of three
4oday, defeating Salt Lake 10 to
4i Yarrison. pitched an effectlTe
&me while the Bearers rapped
Crumpler and Gould hard. King
knocked two homers and Cox one.
Jenkins also homed.
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Portland 1 10 16 1
Salt Lake ............4 14 3
.' Yarrison and Daly; Crumpler,
Could and Jenkins.
j Sacrament 8, Seattle a j
: SACRAMENTO. July 19. y
Colonel Pick's fighting Solons
continued their onward march to
ward the 1923 pennant today, by
defeating Red Killefer's Si washes
for a third straight victory, ham
mertng Elmer Jacobs from the hill
And then cleaning up on Williams
who supplanted him. score 8 to 2.
R. H. E.
............. 2 8 2
Sacramento .. ......... .8 It 1
; Jacobs, Williams and Tobin;
Penner and Schang.
i Angels 4, Frisco 2 -
LOS ANGELES. July 19. Tom
Hughes pitched in excellent form
today and Los Angeles won its
third straight Ylctory from San,
Francisco. 4 to 2. The Angels
took the. lead In the first inning,
scoring three runs on" a double,
two singles and an error. The
Seals attempted a rally In the
eighth frame, but were able .only
to-touch Hughes for two tallies,
which scored on double, and two
Ingles. : Wallie Hood, Angel cen
terfjelder, hit three singles in
three times at bat.
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'San Francisco ........ .2 61
: Los Angeles ; . . .. . . . . .4 11 2
. Shea and Ague w .Hughes and
? Oakland '7, Ternon 3
OAKLAND. July 19. Oakland
Aefp9trt Vprn nn hara tnAn-r 1 tn
3. Murchio had the Tigers' at his
mercy throughout ; most - of the
ame.w-In the first the southern
ers obtained two runs' on errors
bf. Murchio. They also obtained
one run in the sixth. Shellen-
tack pitched airtight baseball un
'tlll the sixth inning, when he sur
rendered fire hits which netted
the Oaks six runs. '
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(Vernon ..... ...3 7 2
Oakland ...7 9 2
I Shellenback and D. Murphy.
'Hannah; Murchio and Baker.
Seals Manager, Player f
s Out Account Sickness
v LOS ANGELES. Cal., July 19.
Jack ! ("Dot") Miller, manager
:of the San Francisco club of the
f cuui uowoaii league, was
taken 111 today and left tonight
for San Francisco. Hal Rhyne,
'Seal shortstop, out. of the game
(because of Injuries, accompanied
i. Bert : Ellison, . first baseman,
(probably will act as manager dur-
Ing Miller's illness. : ( ; "
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, A man la never as old as his
j young son thinks; he is. Dor aj
, oung as his mother thinks he
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n Oregon's Summer Playground
The Paradise of the Northwest
Ocean Bathing, 18-Hole-Golf Course, Magnificent New
1 Hotel, Boating, Hunting, and Fishing
1 All at Your Door !
Absolute Auction Sale
Of Ocean-Front Homesites '
Saturday, August 11th
Av Every lot will posiUvely be sold to the highest bidder,
regardless of price '!''
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S M; I S GUIS LOSE TWO HIHHE
Detroit Again Beats New
York Yanks Lou Blue
in Lineup Again
DETROIT, July 19. (Ameri
can.) Detroit batted Sad Sam
Jones from the box today and De
"roIfeTened the eriea with New
York, winning 19 to 2. Lou Blue.
rho has ; been out of -the game
since the eastern Invasion, when
one of liis ribs was broken by a
thrown ball, was back in the line
up and his bat was an important
factor in the Tiger attack.
Score j R. H. E.
New York ..i. ...... 2 C 2
Detroit i ....... 9 13 2
Jones, Roettger and Hofmann;
Pillette and Bassler. .
ClUcago 8; Boston 3
CHICAGO, July 19. (Ameri
can.) Red Faber pitched In fine
form today and despite erratic
support Chicago defeated Boston
8 to 3. !
Score , R. n. E.
Boston ..... ; . . . . . . . 3 7 1
Chicago ....I. ... S 12 b
Qutnn and Picinich; Faber and
Schalk. f" "'
Cleveland S; Washington 2 '
CLEVELAND, 1 July 19. (Am
erican.) Coreleskle ranquished
Russell in a pitchers' battle today,
Cleveland winning 3 to 2. . Cove
leskie had the Nationals safe ex
cept in the fifth Inning when a
single by Llebold, Bluege's : triple
and Goslin's single produced two
runs. Speaker's extra base drive
won the game for Cleveland. .
Score 1 R. H. E.
Washington i... .... 2 10 0
Cleveland ...... 3 9 0
Russell and Ruel; Coveleskie
and O'Neill, f
. Philadelphia t St. Louis 4
ST. LOUIS. July 19. (Ameri
can.) Philadelphia broke St.
Louis winning streak of six
straight games by winning today't
contest 7 to 4. The Athletics gar
nered 16 hi ii off Van Gilder while
Hasty held the Browns to five
safeties. Walker hit over the
right field fence for a home run
in the . fifthj Inning. Manager
Connie Mack switched his batting
order around; for the contest.
Philadelphia R. H. E.
... 7 16 3
... 4 5 4
; Hasty and Perkins; Van Gilder
and Collins. I I i '
Barry' & Austn
Chamber of Commerce Bldg
RIGHT IN A ROW
St. Louis Again Beats New
York Pittsburg, Chicago,
Brooklyn Win ' s
NEW YORKj July 19.(Natio
nal.) St. Louis Nationals made
it two straight from New York (to
day,' shutting them out 3 to o
All of St. Louis' runs were made
on home runs, Mueller getting two
and Bottomley one. Doak let the
Giants down with six scattered
hits, using a slow ball.
R. II. E.
3 10 0
0 6 1
St. Louis . . . . .......
New : York ..... t ... .
Doak and Ainsinith;
Pittsburgh 8; Boston 6 1
BOSTON. July 19. (National)
Pittsburg defeated Boston today
8 to 6. With none out In the
eighth. Meadows was relieved by
Steineder on the mound for the
Pirates and Mclnnes lined into a
triple, play, Traynor to Adams to
Grimm. ' '
Pittsburg . . .. . ...... 8 14 0
Boston ........ . .... 6 9 2
Meadows,' Steineder, Morrison
md ."Schmidt; Barnes, Fillingim
Chicago 7; Philadelphia 1
PHILADELPHIA, Puly 19.
(National.)- Chicago evened up
the series with Philadelphia ; to-
day by taking a one-sided game
7 to 1. Behan, local twirler, was
carried from the field in the ninth
when a line drive from Statz' bat
hit him on the forehead.1 He was
not' seriously hurt.
Score R. II. E.
Chicago ...... ...... 7 10 1
Philadelphia;.... .... 1 8 5
Alexander and O'Farrell: Be
han, Belts and Henline, Wilson. ;
Brooklyn 1; Cincinnati O :
BROOKLYN, JJuly 19. (Natio
nal.) Dazzy Vance shut out Cin
cinnati for the second time this
season,' allowing them four hits.
Not a visitor reached third base
and only three reached second.
The score was 1 to 0. The win
ning run was made off Benton,
who also allowed four hits. Nine
Brooklyn runners were forced at
second, which is considered a re
cord in one game. ' "
Score "R. 1L K.
Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . 0 , 4 4
Brooklyn ..'.. 1 ' 5 0
Benton," Keck and Wingo; Vance
and DeBerry. '
TxtniAvflle 9; Minneapolis 10.
Columbus 4 ; Kansas . City 6.
Toledo 6; Milwaukee 4.
Indianapolis 2; St. Paul 3. '
t WHEREVER GOOD
READY FOR MATCH
Leonard and Tendler Com
plete Training for Title
Bout on Monday
, NEW YORK. July t 9. Benny
Leonard, world's lightweight
champion, i and Lew Tendler, his
challenger in a 15-round title
match at the Yankee stadium next
Monday night, have reached the
peak of condit'on. according to
word received today from the ri
val quarters. They will have only
little workouts tomorrow and Sat
urday before breaking up camp to
rest up for the battle. h
Leonard, putting the finishing
touches,, to his four weeks of
training at Tannersville, N.Y., has
announced he was down:: to1 the
lightweight, 135 pounds. : Critics1
had believed the champion, be-i
cause of his comparative Inact I v-j
ity last summer, would hav
trouble making the weight it be
ing, recalled that he was only one
ounce under 135 pounds when he.
outpointed Tendler In a spectacu
lar fight a year ago at Boyle's
Thirty Acres, . !
Tendler has done, h , training
at Delanco, NJ., and is declared;
to be showing exceptional form. '
joe Nusbaum First In Corl-
test Yesterday; Hageman,
Suing Second ;
Hollls Huntington, playground
director, is running an interesting
contest among the boys : in base
ball pitching. He is using the
old YMCA baseball dummy which
Is a stand made about : six feet
high and the width of the plate
The hole of which corresponds tc
about the same as a strike ball.
Quite a number of boys were try
ing out yesterday afternoon. Each
boy was given 10 throws. The
winner for yesterday were Jpe
Nusbaum, first, with C out of 10
and Charles Hageman and Elmei
Suing tied for second place witl
5 out of 10. - .
A chin-up contest was also held
for boys under 12. Fred Hage
man of Garfield was the winner
with 8. Rosa Freeman of High
land with 7, was second, and Rob
ert Myers with 6 was third. The
chin-up for boys from 12 to 14
was won by Fred Smith, 10 times;
Vera Rineman, 8 times, and Lloyi
Gilmer 6 times. Mr. Huntington
will also have a contest this af
Listen in on this!
When the air seems
super- charged with
heat waves, just call
H A R D'S
DRINKS ARE SOLD
ternOoa for the basketball throw
from the foul line, and continue
the pitcher contest.
Winners in the basketball throw
each boy getting: 10 trys per goal
were, Delbert Schnabauer, -Elmer
Suing and Rus Fogger.
MAUGHAN QUITS TRIP U
AT ROCK SPRINGS
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upper part's, would have had to be
removed if it had been' tampered
with. :"!';- ' " : . .
" In Air 13 Hours V
It was! fifteen hours,- to the
minute, when he landed at Rock
Springs, from " the time he took
off at Mltchel Field, at 4:08 a.m..
eastern Standard time this morn
ing. '.The - three stops which he
made at Dayton, St. Joseph and
Cheyenne had consumed 1 hour
and 51 m'nutesi Officials of the
United States air mall service here
estimated that Maughan had made
an average epeed of 155 miles an
hour during his flight. He was
in the air a total of 13 hours
and nine minutes. '
; RaiMinetet'rs Gloomy
Alitehel Field, N. ,Y.J June 19.
Gloom overspread the' army post
tonight. Officers who had gath
ered at a Long Island hotel for a
banquet where they expected to
drink a toast to the success of
their comrade, returned slowly to
the field. ' They made' no effort
r ACino coast leaoxjb "
W. ., U. PCT.
Sn Francisco 43 .606
-ixramento ........ ...-P2 ' 45 " - ,579
ortlanit -C- 53 54 ' .495
Anict .- -...52 S3 .495
rno,i 50 58 ' .473
Seattle ...L -....49 55 ;- .471
Salt Lako ... 49 56 .467
Oakland ,-..44 , 61 .419
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Vw Yorfcj .....1. 55 31 .640
incinn! ...i.,.J......51 1 .622
3ittKburg . 50 . 33 - (.602
'hi.ap 4 i ..4. 41 ..529
Brooklyn :43 . 40 .518
St. Iuisi .U. 45' 42- .517
l-hilad.'lpuia . 24 59 .289
Sokton - 1--- 28', . 60' .277,
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Nw York ... ....... :57 2S .671
PleTeHn4i: - 48 39 . .552
St. Lauiaj in.A3 Al .512
Detroit ..L. . J 41 42 - .494
riiilo,deJpnia J..4T 43 - ' .488
CbicaKo 4.40 42 .4f
Washington .... ;....34, 49 . .410
Boston ...L.....X :..SO ' 50 ' .375;
10,000 - MILE CORDS
Cords. : Size. Fabrics.
$...': . .. 30x3 ... $ 7.30
9.85 ... 30x3H ... 7.45
13.50 ... 32x3 Va 1050
16.50 .., 31x4 ... 11.50
17.50 32x4 ... 11J)0
17.95 ... 33x4 ... 13.00
18.25 ... 34x4 1 14.25
23.00 ... 32x4 ....
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i 31.15 . . . 35x4ia ... .... .
31.80 ... 36x4& ... j.....
34.50 33x5 ... .....
28.00 35x5 . .. .....
Buy from an old established
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Llalcom Tire Co.
Commercial and Court Sts.
, EstabUsbed 1917 , v
to hide their keen disappointment!
But there wan no criticism nf
Lieutenant Maughan. It was
plain 'hard luck " the ' officers
agreed. All were sure he would
make another attempt and : were
justj as sure he would succeed
when he did try again.
Efforts Now Being Made to
Nearer Home i
Efforts are to be renewed for
securing of a rifle radge for
use of the Salem military
units near enough Salem to make
it possible for. the boys to get
ly adequate shooting. Now,
they have to go to Dallas, 16 miles
where there is an excellent 600
yard range, or to the state range
Clackamas,: about 3 7, miles.
where there is a range for . 1000
yards. Because of the time re
quired to reach these various
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Here is the first hiotor car of this character ever offered in the lessthan
1000 class. It is a social and sport car of refined type at the astonish
ingly low price of $1055. .It carries an air of distinction especially appre
ciated by womeri.i j The beautifully designed Fisher Body seats four in
comfort. Trunk at rear is regular equipment.
Here is the first motor car of this character ever offered in the less-than-
1000 class, lc is a social and sport car of refined type at the astonish
ingly low price jof 850. It carries an air of distinction especially
appreciated by women. The beautifully designed Fisher Body seats four
in comfort. Trunk at ear is regular'equipment. .
QUALITY has been still further improved by more artistic design and
added equipment. -V .. ' , ; :
ECONOMY has been still further increased Dy engineering refinemejits
and greatly increased facilities. - - "
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SERVICE is now offered on a flat rate basis by 10,000 dealers and
service stations. 1 . , ' j ,
PRICES of the new line, remain the same in spite of added equipment
and more expensive construction, which have greatly increased value.
Some Distinctive Features
Streamline body design with high
hood; vacuum feed and rear gasoline
tank on all models; drum type head
lamps with legal lerises. Curtains open
with doors of open models. Closed
models have plate glass Ternstedr
regulated windows straight side cord
tires, sun visor, wirtdshield wiper and
dash light. The Sedanette ts equipped
with auto trunk on rear.
grounds the Salem troops are es
pecially badly served in the way
of target, practice.
The state shoot, to select the
rifle team that is to go to Camp
Perry for the' national shoot, will
be held soon at the Clackamas
range. Salem will send . a dele
gation, who will be chosen in com
ltitive preliminary matches.
From the best In the state, the
Oregon team will be chosen to go
to the great national meet in .Sep
Silverton-Pine Tree ;
Paving Now Complete
Paving between Silverton and
the Pine Tree corner was com
pleted, yesterday. Commissioner; J
T. Hunt reported. - Work of pav
ing between Bethany and Mount
Angel was started yesterday mor
ning, and will be pushed as rap
idly as possible.
. During the past week or two
a bridge crew has been repairing
the Clear Lake bridge, damaged
by the high waters of last fall.
This work was completed yester
day and the bridge has now been
opened to travel. The bridge is
about 400 weet in length.
Two bridges near the Steele
place,' near Abiqua, are being con
structed, the county bridge crew
4-Passenger Sedanettei . . j
See these remarkable cars. Study the Specifications
Nothing Compares With Chevrolet
having moved there after the com
pletion of the .work at -Clear lake.
Another bridge to be constructt I
of concrete and about 16 feet L
length is being planned for ttc
Dlck Swarts place.
The Stayton paving plant, which
supplies the hot stnff for the work
on the Macleay-Shaw paving, L
working at capacity and about a
quarter mile of the three-mil
stretch has been surfaced. ,
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All Prices P. O...IL Tu Door
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Superior 2 pass, roadster 642
" Superior 5 pass, touring . . . . 663
Superior 2 pass, coupe ..... 877
Superior 4 pass, sedanette -. ... 1055
Superior 5 pass, sedan 1065
Superior light delivery . w . ." , . 627
.Superior truck . . . ; .... . . 700