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SATURDAY MORNING, JULY .21, 1923
i:l ST. LOUIS CLUB
ROiStng ttie Ramfly Apparently Pa s repH bills woM i D vry nigyf
Spirited Rally Late In Game
- Results in Victory, for
NEW . YORK. July 20. (Na
tional) The New York Nationals
made a spirited late Inning rally
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
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here today and .won the third
same of the series from St. Louis
10 to - : '. .
Score ,,. f u
St. Louis,' . . . . .
Nework. '. '. :.. ; "
Toney, Stuart and
demons; Scott. Ryan, McQuillan
R. II. E.
. .9 12 0
.10 13 2
Cincinnati 11; Brooklyn 4
BROOKLYN, July 20. (Na
tiomat) Cincinnati bunched 15
Bits off Reuiher and Scbrieber to
day. defeating Brooklyn 11 to 4.
and making the series stand two
to fine in favor of the Reds. , 1
Score R." H. E.
Cincinnati . . . . Lit 15 1
Brooklyn .... .. 4 14 5
Rlxey and Hargrave; Reuth
er, Schrleber and De Berry.
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Philadelphia 1 : Chiorasro O
PHILADELPHIA, July 20.
(National) Mitchell won hurl-
Iqgf duel with ' Kaufmann today,
Hiving Philadelphia a 1 to 0 vic
tory over Chicago.
.Score. . , , R. H. E.
Chicago....fJd; o 6 1
PhUadlphla;. ..le 7 1
Kauf mann , and OTarrell; Mit
chell and Wilson. ." -
.' Boston 8; Pittsburg 5 , ,
. BOSTON, July 20. (National)
Genewlch's pitching, aside from
home run, .drives - by Gooch . and
Kussell with. one on . base each
time', was good, enough to enable
Boston to, defeat. Pittsburg today
8 to 6.;,: v : . ; , " ,,, '
t Score , --r R. H. E.
Pittsburg ............ 5 9 2
Boston . . .v ',. . , '; . 1 1 1
Hamilton, Kunz, Bagby and
cfcocb; Genewich and O'Neill.
Portland Makes Four : Runs
Off .Five Hits In First ln
: nlng Off Myers : t ;
SALT LAKE CITY, July 20.
Tire double plays helped Portland
hold Salt Lake today while the
Beavers-rapped out a 9 to 5 vic
tory. Myers was knocked off the
rubber In the first Inning when
the Beavers 'made four runs on
five' hits. Brazil and Jenkins each
hit two homers.! ' .'. r
' Score '; " Vt: B, H. E.
Portland ...... 9 17. 0
Salt Lake ; . .5 14 1
Sutherland and- Daly; ; Myers,
Singleton and Jenkins.
Frisco ,7s Angela 4
' LOS ANGELES, July 2 0. San
Francisco stared a ninth inning
offensive ' today and took the
fourth game of the eries from"
Los Angeles. 7 to 4. making: the
' count three games ' to ; one in f a-
tot of ; the Ah gels. .. With the
score tied. 4 to 4. the Seals pound
ed Pender for three tallies on
three doubles and. two singles In
: the final frame.y Homers by Elll-
f son. Mulligan and Griggs featured
the contest, ' K- '' i j-,.-r
Score - v -E.'
Can Francisco . H 9 1
Los Anreles ... . .... 4 .13 2
McWeeney -and Telle: Pender
and Byler -.:;;-.,u:-u
-f- .Yrrnon 3; Oakland 3 ,.
'' 7 OAKLAND. July 2 0. Vernon
again defeated Oakland here to
day. 2 to 2. Krause of the Oak3
pitched a good game until, the
seventh Inning. The Tigers then
obtained three runs on three hits
and an error, by Brubaker. , The
Caks scored their runs in the
fourth and fifth innings. Several
opportunities were . within the
Oaks grasp to win the game, hut
' pcsor coaching was responsible for
their failure to score their runs.
Score ' ' " -i ;
Vernon ' . . . 2 ,, 8 1
Oakland .. . 2 8 .1
Gilder and D. Murphy; Krause
and Read.' . , V
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j Seattle 6; tUrramento 2 --
SACRAMENTO, July 20. Se
, attla. defeated Sacramento here
today, 6 to 2, in a, game which
was featured by an assault upon
Umpire BiU Byron by Fred Moll
wits. Sacramento first .baseman.
iloUwitx was sent to the show
ers tor .his flstlo demonstration.
The , Seattle ' players found Lefty
Thompson an easy mark after tha
first inning, and this condition
was responsible for their victory.
Score' . R, H. E.
Seattle ....... 6 15 "1
Sacramento .... , 2 7 2
' ' - Burger and Yaryan; Thompson.
.hea and Xoehler. '
TO TERMINATE FIGH
BETWEEN BENNY, LEW
Both Chainpionj and Challenger Ready for World's)
Light-Weight Title Match Next - Monday ; Leonard
Believes He Has Style of Battle That Will Off-Set
Tendler's Southpaw Punch; Big Crowd Expected.
I LEAGUE STANDINGS I
raoxno coast ixaqub
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Vernon . - ....
Salt Lake ...
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NwTork .. ......-...5 31
NEW YORK July 20. Followers of both Benny Leon
ard, champion, and LeW Tendler, Philadelphia challenger,
oredict that their fight next Monday night at the Yankee
stadium for the world's lightweight championship title will
end in a knockouts A
St. Ini ....
..50 , 34
. 45 . 43
.24 , 60
New York . ....
Philadelphia - ...
. .... ....42
Matches Start Today to De
cide Players for Inter
, City Tournament
Elimination contests; to decide
the two players who, witli Dr. C
E. Bates and . Roy Okerberg will
represent the Salem Tennis associ
ation in the coming -.inter-city
tournament, willow gtarted today
on the association's courts at the
Oregon state hospital grounds.
Members of the club haye , con
ceded places to both Bates and Ok-
erberg. y' i'.f - ,
Salem is assured of a tennis
match with McMinnville, to j be
played here, the .winner of this to
meet either Oregon City or . Hood
Riyer, probably; on a Portland
court, to decide the championship
of the inter-city tournament. 1
The fire preliminary setsy sched
uled for today.' are as follows:
10 a. m. Lennen ?ts.5 Green-;
baum; White ts, Mathis. J
' 3 p. m.--Gabrielson Ts.VEyre;
I. C. Roberts ts. Deryl Myers, f
4'p. m. Ioe Nunn ts.-Claude j
Steusloff. 1 f i v .' '
" 5 p. m.' Charles Nunn ts. Jas.
Young; George Hester ts. George
Thompson. ' '
6 p. m. Winner of the Roberts
Myers match ts. Louis West.
Tendler's southpaw punch, the
blow that had Leonard : back on
his heels ;in their battle at Boyle's
Thirty Acres a year ago. is work
ing to perfection,.- according to
adrices rom Tendler's training
camp at Delanco. N. J. Tela con-.
tident it will bring him to his long
sought goal, the -' lightweight
Leonard. howeTer. at hfs quar
ters In TannersTille. - N. Y.; be
liever he has perfected - a style of
battle calculated to of f3etv Tend
ler's port side advantage. ; He has
trained daily for a month.1 . 'I
, The champion declared today
he was in the best condition of
his career, and while he expects
a stiff fight, expressed confidence
in his ability to end it before the
limit of 15 rounds. Ho will close
his training grind tomorrow and
return to New York. ; I
' Leonard expects to scale a pound
under the lightweight limit when
he and Tendler weigh in at 2
o'clock Monday afternoon.
Matchmaker Jimmy Johnston of
the Cromwell A. J.. announced to
day that 300 ushers and 500 spe
cial policemen will ; handle , the
crowd at the Yankee stadium,
which is expected to eclipse all
former records 1 for a lightweight
Three South Dakota Men
I Annexed By Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn:. July 20.
Elmer ShaughnesBy and Lasser
Fisher, in fielders, and Clarence
Griffin and Frank Brinzda, pitch
ers, have been added to the Min
neapolis American assciation, it
was announced today. Shaugh
nessy comes from Mitchell. S.D.,
Brinzda from Aberdeen, S.D., and
Griffin from Watertown, S.D., all
of the disbanded South Dakota
league. Fisher hails from the
Clarksdale, Miss., team.
Philadelphia and Boston
Win New YorK and De
troit Not Scheduled ;
. CLEVELAND, July 20. (Am
erican) Washington and Cleve
land took (advantage of an off day
today to play off a j postponed
gaiiito which the vial ors Won 12
to 5. by timely hitting; coupled
with the Indians poor fielding".
Score-' , R. H. E.
Washington.. .... ...12 12 0
Cleveland.... ....... '.15 12 4
Zachary and Ruel; Uhle, Boone,
Shaute and O'Neill. ;
Boston 5; Chicago 4j'
CHICAGO, July 20. (Ameri
can.) BUI Piercy settled j down
after an unsieady start and held
Chicago safe in the pinches while
his mates bunched hits off Blan
kenship and tied Chicago'B early
lead In today's game with Boston.
Boston won in the eighth, 5 to 4,
when Flagstead doubled off Lev
ere te, went to third on a passed
ball and scored on Reichle's sac
rifice, fly. .' r
i Score ; ' R. H. IE.
Boston.. ...... ..... . 5 II 3
Chicago . . . .. .... . . . . 4 7 ' 0
Piercy and Plcinich, Walters;
Blankenship, Leavette "an d
Philadelphia 9; St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, July 20. (Ameri
can) Pounulng four St. Louis
pitchers hard Philadelphia defeat-.
ed the Browns today, 9 to 6. Ex
tra base hitting featured the
Rainbow Trout Fry Are
Planted About Silverton
SILVERTON. Or., July: 20.r
(Special s to The Statesman.)
About 160.000 ralnbow trout were
brought Into Silverton this week
and distributed 1 in the .various
streams in the 8ilverton locality.
The largest number was put into
Silver, creek.iv Other creeks ; re
ceiving some were Drift creek.
Abiqua.. Powers, Davis and Daven
port. The trout; were brought up
from the McKentie hatchery. .
You wanV 'a painting Job
that will not! fade that will
withstand the effects of the ele
mentsthat will stand np long
est to washing. Better have
US then paint your car. WE
don't skimp ' on number of
coats, quality of paints and
varnishes or In skilled work
manship, w . .t , -..- :
. Clcse estimates.
PHOXIS 037 '
210 State Comer Front
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spends his time talking about hard, times.
There is business for those who seek it
Somewhere, some place in jthis country
business is waiting for you. You; should
know where it is. Use your long-distance
telephone - the service is quick and 'effic
ient, the charges are reasonable and the re
suits will be gratifying to you.
As a time and money saver and a stimulant
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The Pacific Telephone
Score f R. II. E.
Philadelphia. . . . . . ... .9 14 1
St. Louis I 6 15 0
' Rommel and Bruggy ; . Davis,
Root, Pruett, Bayes and; Sever
eid. -j . ,; .'
American: Only three games
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Western Artist Scores;
. Paints Dempsey's Picture
KANSAS CITY, Mo7, July 19.
The portrait of Jack , Dempsey,
world's - j heavyweight v-Champion
boxer, was among 54 chosen Works
works of western artists which
went on exhibition today at the
Kansas City Art institute.
- The Dempsey portrait, painted
in oil by Alonzo Victor Lewis of
Seattle, is valued at 12,000. It
!a not for sale. ;
On onb side of the fistic cham
pion's portrait, is a picture en
titled "Spring landscape," on thai
other a dreamy effect labeled "In
Discussing Inclusion of the un
usual portrait, Harry. M. Kurtz
rorth. director of the institute,
. "I do not, recall ever seeing a
prize fighter painted before. My
first impression was that art was
being degraded, then the thought
occurred! that after all boxing is
a man's game and a natural occupation."!
Toledo 4; Kansas City 3.
i Columbua 6; Milwaukee 4.
Louisville 5; Minneapolis 12.
. Indiahapolis-St. Paul, no -schedule.
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Negotiations for Battle Will
Depend Upon Attitude
Taken By Firpo
NEW YORK, July 20. Nego
tiations for a Jack Dempsey-Louls
Firpo heavyweight title .match
within the next fw months .eith
er in this country of the Argen
tine, .hinge upon the a'titude "of
the South American battler, it de
veloped today. ;
Jack Kearns, the champion's
manager, has practically agreed
to the terms of Rickard it was
said. Both Kearns and Rickard
are, believed now to favor holding
the match in this country pos
sibly at Boyle's Thfrty Acres
around Labor day, the promoter
being inclined to forego the' risk
of staging a championship match
in Buenos Aires, capitol of the Ar-J
gentlne, as he suggested several
dayn ago.. - '
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Firpo was said to be. weighing
the decision whether to fight be
fore liia countrymen against' the
possibility' of greater financial
gain if the bout is staged here.
Though confident of his ability to
win, he also is bellevedto enter
tain some doub'a as to his ability
to reach his best form within the
few ; weeks rcmalnlng-bef ore the
proposed holiday match.
Silverton and Broadacres
Will Play Ball on Sunday t
SILVERTON, Or." July 2 0.
(Special to ; The Statesman.)
The Silverton baseball team will
meet the - baseball team from
Broadacres on the Silverton base- ,
ball diamond -Sunday afternoon.
The game bids fair, to be a close
one, as Broadacres defeated Mt.
Angel last Sunday with a score
of 9 to 2. ; On July 8 Silverton
defeated Mt. Angel with a. score
of 14 to 3. The; Broadacres team
has played eight games this sea
son, and of these it has won
seven. 1 -. - . .
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