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SUNDAY MORNING; AUGUST 12, 1923
Here, There and Every where
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM OREGON
GIMITS GRAB OFF
St. Louis TNvice Beaten
'r Boston and Cincinnati .
Split Two Games . v
' ST. LOUIS, Aug. 11. Nation
al SU, Louis lost a doable head
er to New York today by the re
spective scores ot 6-4 and 6-2.
' Scbre"-'-' - R. H. E.
t First gams ,
New York . . .... . . i . . 6 10 1
St. Louis ........... .'4 12 1
Sherdell. Barfoot and McCurdy.
AInsmith. ." ' .., ( -.
Second game. ; 1
Score- ' R. H. E.
New York ........ 6 12 0 . . . .
St. Louis . ... 2 8 0
Ryan and Snyder; Tony, North
an McCurdy. i
, "Cincinnati 10-O, Boston 0-3 '
PTVPtW A TT Anv 11 (K'i.
llonal) The Reds broke their
losing streak of six straight games
by defeating the Bostons lOWto 6
In the first game of a double head
er .today but lost the second game
3 to 0 due to ; Oeschger'a ' fine
pitching .-A-Uvp- . - .
-First game ': , : '
Score . R, H. E.
Boston .............. 6 14 .1
Cincinnati.,., ..J. 10 19 1
Marquard. McNamara an Q
. j iNeui, uidbou; eooion ana nr-
grave. . -. , . . .
. Second game.' ' -Score
- R. H. E.
Boston ............. .3 9 0
Clncjlnnattt .... 0 6 2
"Oeschger and Smith; Donohne,
KaJt mi) IVlnrn.
. ' Brooklyn 7. Pittsburgh 6
PITSBURGH, Aug. 11. (Na-
tional) Brooklyn and Pittsburgh
split even in the four game series
the Dodgers winning today's free
hitting contest 7 to 6.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn: . .....7 13 1
Pittsburgh , i... : ... . ,14 - 0
J . Renther and Deberry; Cooper,
Meadows and Schmidt.
Chicago 5-6; Philadelphia 4-8
CHICAGO, Aug. 11. (Nation
al Chicago and Philadelphia di
vided a double header today, the
locals taking the first game 5 to
4 la ten Innings and the visitors
winning the second 8 to 6.
, First game . - . ' -"
Fcore - ; R. H. E.
PhiUdelphU li: .. r....4 12 1
Chicago . 2. i . y.". 5 13 " 0
Betls," " Behah and ; Henllne;
Alexander and Hartnett
. Score . , ; : , v R. H. E.
PhHadelphla ..... ; ....8 14 1
Chicago ....... . . , ..,10 2
Mitchell and Wilson; Osborne,
DumoTlch, -Keen' and Hartnett.
: ivmiRFii niiiH
Batting Rally in Thirteenth
'Off Hodge Brings Vic
' tory, to Beavers
rORTLAKD, Aug. 11. Port
land won the first game of today
jt.uLI.U.J. in. a
uvauHuciuer wim a Daiiing raiiy
off Hodge in the 13 th Inning, s
to 8, and San Francisco took the
second 1 to 0 behind the nnhit
table pitching of McWeeney. He
allowed only three hits and Suth
erland, .who opposed, him. only
. five, The lone run scored In the
first on Valla's triple followed by
Mulligan's single, ,:tl)(.;
: First game R. H. E.
SanFranclsco '. . . . . . . . 8 13 0
Portland ... .V. ...... ; 9 18 2
Scott. Hod re and Asnew- MM-
dleton, Eckcrt and Daly.
. Second game . . R. H, E,
' San' Francisco . . , . . . 1 5 0
Portland . . . . ...... 0 3 1
' If. A n u j vr i . r. a
land and Onslow. ,
Salt Lake -4j Oakland 4-12
V OAKLAND. Aug. 11 Salt Lake
took the 'first game of .a double
header here today from Ooklanl
6 to i, but the Oaks won the sec
ond 1 2 to 4. The visitors won
their game in , the fifth inning
when they "scored four runs on
three , hits. .In this Inning Bru
baker. '; Oaks.' shortstop, injured
bis leg sliding Into second and
had to be taken out of the game.
Oakland won the second con
test In the seventh Inning when
they scored eight runs on seven
hits and two errors. In this In
ning i McCabe relieved 5 Singleton,
but was unable to stop the Oaks.
In the next inning Oakland scored
three, luna on three hits and two
errors.: r -' - 1 "
First, game i R. H. E
Salt Lake .. . 6 11 . 1
Oakland ..... . ; . . . i 4141
: Could i and Peter; ) Murchlo,
Eley. -Wells and Baker.
Second game . R. H. E
rait Lake . ... .. 4 10 ' 3
Oakland ............ 12. 16 t 1
; Singleton. McCabe and Jenkins;
llremer and Read. -'."
. Seattle 5-4; Angels 4-11
SEATTLE, Aug. 1 12 Seattle
and . Los Angeles 1 broke even this
evening, Seattle winning the first
game 5 to 4, and losing the sec
ond llrto 4: Welch's-homer with
two men on won the first game.'
The Angels had an -easy time in
the second with Blake and Auer-
First game j R. II. E.
Los Angeles ..... . .!. . 4 11' 2
Seattle ...... ....... 5 11 0
r Ponder and Byler;. Gardner and
Yaryan. ' . 1 .
' Second game J R. H. E.
Los Angeles" .... J..11 13 2
Seattle j.. 4 10 2
Lyons and Baldwin; Blake,
Auerkamp and ToblnJ ' :'. 5
Sacramento 4-3: Vernon 2-fl
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 11. Ver
non and Sacramento split a dou
bleheader here today, the Sena
tors taking the first, game 4 to 2
and the Tigers the second, a hard
fought 11-inning contest, 6 to 5.
The visitors cinched the opener
In the eighth when a walk, a
double and two singles netted two
runs. In the second ' game the
Tigers rallied In the ninth frame
and tied the score 5 to 5, then
won In the 11th when Sawyer hit
a double and came home on
High's single to leftj
First game i R. H. E.
Sacramento .... . . - 4 71
Vernon . . . . 2 6 2
Thompson and Koehler; : May,
Gilder and Hannah, j ':
Second game - ' ; R. .H. E.
Sacramento . ... 5130
Vernon ...... . . . .' . . 6 131
Penner, Yellowhorse, Schang;
Foster, Gilder. Shellenback and
D. Murphy. j
, v : t-.. '
Salem Senators Will '
Play Sheridan Today
For the first time In a number
of' weeks the Salem Senators will
today play from home. They will
with the club of that city. A
be in Sheridan for a return game
large Salem delegation is expect
ed to attend the game because of
the 12-lnnings of rapid-fire play
ing here last Sunday when the
Senators won by a small score of
3 to 2. Ashby will be unable
to leave his work here today and
either Zosel or "Spec" Keene will
pitch. Emll Hauser will catch.
President Quinn Silent
About Status,. Fohl
BOSTON.' Aug. 11. President
Robert Qulnn-of.the Boator Ameiw
leans while declining to make any
statement regarding reports that
Leo Fobl would . become manager
of the Red Soz has Jet It become
known that be luuf not been -In
communication with Fohl since
the latter was deposed as manager
of the St. Louis Americana. Qninn
has repeatedly said that' he did
not Intend to make, any change In
the management before the end
o this season. i
Light Heavyweight Bout -Called
Off By Promoter
COLUMBUS, Ga.. Aug. 11.
Announcement calling off the
world light heavyweight cham
pionship bout scheduled for Co
lumbus on Labor Day between
Mike McTigue ' of Ireland . the
champion : and Young Stribling.
Macon school boy, was made here
late today by Major J. Paul Jones
Iliad of the athletic committee of
the local American Legion "post,
promoter of the contest. J '
I Too Late to Classify v J .
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Second Game Between New
York and Detroit Goes
for Ten Innings
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. Amer
ican.) The New York American
defeated Detroit in both games of
a double header today, 10 to 4 and
9 to 8, the second game going 10
innings. New York tied the count
in the ninth inning of the. second
game after a brilliant rally. Two
were out when Ruth and Smith
hit successive home runs. It was
the 28th of the season for Ruth.
Pipp singled and Ward was safe
on Rigney's fumble, both scoring
on Johnson's triple. Heilman
scored in the tenth on his double
and Smith's wild throw, only to
have New York come back with
two. in Its half when Pipp singled
with the bases full after Ruth
and Smith had been passed with
two out, y..' - .
First game : R. H. E.
Detroit, .J.. 4 9A 4
New York. . ; ..' . . . : 1.10 11 1
Plllette,' Uollpway, Olson, Cole
and Bassler.i Wobdall; Bush, Pen
nock and Schang.t jt ' ' V
Second game . X .R. H. E.
Detroit i V. ''.'i., 12. ..1
New York ; . . .V . J : . .;. 9 15 i 2.
Dauss and Sassier; Jones, Hoyt,
Shawkey and Hoffman.
1 ' Boston 4; St. Louis 3 ' '.
BOSTON, Aug. 11 (American)
Collins double scored two runs
with two out In the last half of
the ninth Inning of today's game
and then Harris' single scored an
other, Boston defeating fit. Louis
4 to 3. i l:, i '-
$ Score ' " R. H. E.
St. Louis . . . . V. 3 13 1
Boston 4 10 1
Van Gilder, Davis. Kolp and
Severeid; Qulnn and Devormer.
Chicago 10-2; Washington 7-2
r WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (Am
erican.) Chicago took the first
game of today's double header 10
to 7. while , darkness halted the
second game in the ninth inning
with, the score tied 2 to 2. The
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Ran Francisco .... 78
Salt Lake . 62
Los Angeles ....61
Oakland! - .56
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New 'York ..
Hi: . Louis .
New York 70 35
Cleveland ...... 59 : 48
St. Loais .... 53 51
Detroit; '. .. - 49 ' 51
Chicago . 49 ' 53
Washington .. 46 . 55
Pniladelphia ... ,.:.43 ! 58
Boston ...... -i..... 41 . 61
White, Sox hammered five Wash
ington pitchers in the opener.
First game R. II. E.
Chicago .... . . . ..... 1 0 16 3
Washington .... ..... 7 11 1
Robertson, Leverette and Schalk;
Mogridge. Rn&sell. Zabnizer, Zach
ary. Marberry and Ruel. ' f
f Second game ' R. H. E:
Chicago .... .. t 2 2
Washington .... ..... 2 71
, Faber and Graham: Mogridge
Cleveland O-lO; Plilladelpltla
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 11. (ABt
erican.) Cleveland took botB
ends of a double header. ,f can4na
Athletics today, winning the flrsf
game ra il-innings 9 to $ and tho
second 10 to 2.V ? '
First gamea R. II. E.
Cleveland . ....... 9 12 2
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Philadelphia . . . . . . . . 5 10 2
Uble, Edwards, Boone and
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" Second game i Jt. H. E.
Cleveland ...... ..vJ-10 14 2
Philadelphia 2 .9 3
Smith andMyatt; Romell. Har
ris and Perkins. 1 V
SHICAGO. Aug. 11. Charlie
Hollocher. captain and shortstop
of the Chicago Nationals, today
was placed on the voluntary re
tired istby Baseball Commission
er Landis. Hollocher left , the
team last week, leaving a note in
which he said he was not well and
felt he could not give the club his
Sparks Returns From
Summer Athletic School
Prof. L. E. Sparks of Washing
ton junior high school returned
Saturday from Berkeley, Cal.,
where he spent the early part of
the summer in the famous Uni
versity of California summer. ath
letic school, y ' '"-
He was pne ot the star athletes
in Willamette before his gradua
tion and. since then has coached
both the Salem high school bas
ketball team and the Willamette
freshmen. He Is teaching science
In the school, but athletics has
been his hobby, and this YMCA
classes - have done some excellent
gymnasium work. His sister, Miss
Fay Sparks, also attended the
Berkeley summer school with him
this year, and has returned to Sa
lem with him to re-enter Willam
ette In September. Their father,
A. H. Sparks, is with them in Sa
lem, and he may decide to remain
for the winter. His home has
been in Bandon, Coos county.
At Berkeley Mr. Sparks found
a number of old Willamette stud
ents, about 25 in all, he reports.
Among them was Bryan McKltt
rick, star baseball and basketball
player, who was graduated a year
ago, and hag had a fine teaching
position at the Areata, Cal.; high
school. . He Is retained ' for an
other year. Howard Jewett, pres
ident of. the student body and a
crack athlete back In 1916, was
also there. So was Loren Bass
ler, who was graduated two years
ago,, and has ' been teaching in
the Athena Oregon high school.
Prof. J. T. Matthews of Willam
ette was the professor in higher
mathematics, and all the old Bear
cats visited him almost daily. .
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At Kansas City 8 ; Milwaukee 7.
At St. Louis 6; Minneapolis 5.
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