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SPORTS Here, There and Everywhere
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Sacramento Club' is Idle and
"V Portland Defeats Salt
IIP ON S
j PORTLAND. Or., Aug. 28.
Portland crawled up a game on
Sacramento while : the Senators
were idle by beating Salt Iake to
day, 6 to 4. The Beavers won
'landing on Kallio In the early inn
s Ings and taking advantage of some
r slipshod fielding by Coumbe, who
" played In right. Paul Strand
- knocked his 35th home run of the
' year In the eighth. It was a drive
-into the distant left field bleach
; era. Wolfer's fielding was the
only other feature. The little
-i Portland center fielder made four
sensational fly ball catches, each
'i:me while .backed tip against the
fence. . ..:.;'.'-.."
Score: It. H. E
Salt Lake ,.4 9 S
' Portland ... .... ... . .6 91
Kallld and Jenkins. Eckert and
- Oakland A, Vernon 1
f LOS ANGELES. Aug. 28. Ver
"BOn took Oakland's place In the
league cellar today when the Oaks
J beat the Tigers in the first jsontest
" of the series 6 to 1. The1 Bengals
- scored In the first Inning but af-
.-, terward were held runless. by
Kremer. The Acorn3 tied the
"score in the fourth inning and put
frer the winning run in the fifth
They "made sure of .victory by
pounding May in the ninth for five
hita and four more runs.
, ', Score;
Vernon ;.. .
I v Kremer
R H. E.
.6 10 1
Angels 2. Frisco I
. SAN FRANCISCO. Aa 28.
fEan Francisco was able toT get on
ly four hits off Jones and'Loa An
geles nosed out -the Seals 2 to 1
..today In the series opener. The
i, Angels won in. the fifth inning,
registering their pair of tallies On
i two hits, an error and two infield
outs. . , .. ' -i- :'!-
.' San Francisco ' scored its only
i run In the second ' inning when
JjSllison 8tole;,home. v -
ft; Score; fiyfS R. H. E.
flos ""Angeles ''iiV. ..,2 8 0
f San Francisco
r- Jones and Baldwin; Shea, Mc
'Weeny and Yelle.' i
ft No others played. -
Washington Hits Heavily
t and Defeats Detroiters
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. DETROIT, Aug. 28. (Amerl
fcan). In - ar game featured by
. heavy hitting, Washington tri
umphed over Detroit t'oday, win
ding the game, 10; to 9, by means
fof a ninth ginning rally which
"netted three runs. :
"Goose" . Goslin , lifted one of
?Hdllowaya shoU oyer the right
f field Dieacners ior a nome run
Detroit ; , . .
Mogridge and Gharri fy; Fran
. . 9
1 LEAGUE STANDINGS 1
PACiriC COAST LEAGUE
; tW. ,. I,. . . P-t
Sin Fmnrikco 9 61 .593
KarrmfHito 83 67 .553
rrtlUnii ,...., 81 .544
Silt bake .. T 7 .43
Seattle , 70 7 .47
I.os Angeles 70 79 .470
Oakland ..... 6 81 .440
Vernon .. 63 8 4 .436
' NATIONAL LEAGUE I
I . - ; W. I.. Prt.
New York r. ...U 79 46- .632
Cipeinnati , j 74 4T .61l
I Pittsburgh ;..L 72 , AH .600
tfhicaxo i 67 M .545
St. LotiU 0 63 .488
Brooklyn 37 3 .475
Philadelphia 40 80 .333
Boston 37 83 .308
AMEBIC AH LEAGUE
Xw York :. . 76 42 .644
Cleveland -....... 65 153 .542
Detroit 60 35 .522
St. Iui 0 57 1.513
Washington v-- 57 6t .483
Chicato .... . 55 3 .466
Philadelphia . 51 6i .436
Boston .. " 43 70 ' .391
SMILE OF A VETERAN.
cis,' Holloway. pisen; Pillette and
BaBsIer, Wood a 11. i
Ho others played.
- 'lt-- .
Milwaukee 4; Toledo 3.
Louisville 14; Minneapolis 6.
Indianapolis 2-5; lSt. Paul 5-6.
Columbus 5-2; Kansas City 2-7.
HIT LEAD IW
Chicago Beats! New York,
i 1 1 i r L,f .ill!..
wnue tiincinnaxi is win
ning Over Boston
NEW YORK, i Aug. 28. (Na
tional). The Chicago Nationals,
with the veteran Alexander pitch
ing spectacular ball, won their
ast game of the season in New
York today 4 to 1 and ? thereby
reduced New York's lead to three
games, as Cincinnati., defeated
Boston. .."., I :
Score R. ,H. E.
Chicago ....... .1.. 4 9
New York .1....U. 1 5 0
Alexander and O'Farrell; Mc-
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BOXED BV FIRPO
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Thirteen years of service in tbe National League have put lines
in Grorer Alexander's face and gray in his hair, but he still retains
his smiie and a wonderful controL : Led only by Ryan of the Giants
a. I Luque of Cincinnati in percentage of victories, he la having this
year his. best season since 1915. when he registered thirty-one vic
tories and ten losses tor a percentage of .756. Only two pitchers
in the hlstor of baseball have scored more shutouts than the 77
Alexander : has so far , pitched Mathewson. with 83, and Walter
Johnson, with 10b, each in seventeen seasons.
Jonnard and : Snyder,
St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 7
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 28.
(National). St. Louis took the
second game of the series from
Philadelphia today by a score of i Will Be Done,
ed, public spirited but of a retiri
ing nature, and straight forward
in business as long as his health
would permit of his engaging' In
Miss Lena Belle Tartar sang I
Am a Wanderer jlere." also "Thv
8 to 7. The Cardinals hammered
Couch for 15 safeties for a total
of 21 bases. . The game was held
up. by rain and during most of
u I the contest a steady drizzle fell
on tho field. , ' ? ; ; ; t
1 Score R. H. E.
St. Louis ....... . - 8 15 . 0
Philadelphia .... .... 7 11 1
Stuart, North and i McCurdy;
Couch, Behan and Ilenline.
Cincinnati 4, Boston 1
: BOSTON, Aug. 28. (Nation
al). Luque held Boston to three
hits, Cincinnati winning 4 to 1.
It was Luque's twenty-first vic
tory of the season. From the first
until the ninth no Boston player
reached first base. A single by
Gibson, Gaveney's error on Felix's
grounder and Nixon's double gave
Boston its solitary run 'in the
Score " It. II. E.
Cincinnati 4 8 1
Boston . ........ . 1 3 3
Luque and Hargrave; Ocschger
and O'Neil. i
"Three games scheduled.
RUTH CLOUTS PILL
' TORONTO, Ont., Aug. 28.
Babd Ruth smashed the ball over
the right centerfield fence into
Toronto Bay for a home run at
his first' time at bat in an exhibi
tion game between tbe Yankees
and the Toronto Leafs today.
SS,NV. rma' . t0yr
Many Pay Tribute at
Funeral of D. P. Junk
. The funeral service of the late
D. P. Junk Monday was largely
attended and beautiful floral
tributes, were numerous. ; 7" ;
. The service was conducted by
Rer. W. W. Long of the First
Presbyterian church of which all
'the family are members. He was
assisted by Rev. G. ' Tate of
Portland, a former pastor of the
family in Nebraska and a person
al friend of the deceased for 40
years. ; ; -x ;:,, '- I . '- -
. Mr. Tate paid a high tribute of
(respect for Mr. Junk as a citizen,
; loyal to his country, his family
4 I and his God, upright, keen' Eight-
Bertha Junk Darby, a daughter
was called home Friday from
Newport, where she was spending
her vacation. Herbert J. Darby,
a grandson, arrived home Sun
day, having spent the summer in
Rochester, N. Y.
Among the out of town friends
-attending the funeral were Edgar
E. Harrah,; a nephew, from , Se
attle, Rev. and Mrs. J. G., Tate of
Portland, G. W. Reynolds of Port
land, a cousin of Mrs. Junk, and
Mrs. Lettie Hedges Wokot of Los
Angeles, the wife of Mr. Junk's
business partner in Shelton. Neb.
ATLANTIC pITY, N. J.. Aug.
28. (By the Associated Press.)
Banging away ivith lefts, straight
lefts, hooked lefts and j uppercut
lefts. Luis Angel Firpo punched
four sparring partners j dizzy in
eight rounds of a fairly heavy
workout at his training camp this
afternoon. Under the cabled di
rections of Felix Bunge, the
Buenos Aires trainer, as inter
preted by Horatio Lavelle, the
local boss, Firpo is devoting all
of his work, to development of the
Firpo intends: to continue work
without letup until September 12.
He now weighs, around j the 210
pound mark.-, ;,.; '
He rises promptly at 6:30 each
morning and goes to bed not later
than 9:30 p. m. Albertino, the
chef, prepares his meals as pre
scribed in cable j -advices from Mr.
Bunge. ;t ,
Fishing Trip Postponed
By Heavy Weight Champ
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y..
Aug. 28. (Byj the Associated
Press. ) - Rather 'than risk the
danger of further aggravating his
cold, Jack : Dempsey, world's
heavyweight champion, postponed
his fishing trip today and remain
ed in his cottage upon the shores
of Saratoga Lake to keep out of
a cold drizzling rain that Jvijas
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SPEND the WEEK END and
I I0G0EN aVSHASTAl I
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Through Tourist Sleeping Car to
Newport will leave on Train No.
21, 10:06 p. m. Saturday, arriving
Newport 7:10 a. ra. Sunday.
Returning leaves Newport Mon
day G: 15 Ji. m., arriving Salem
G:50 a. m. Tuesday.
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Regular daily train leaves 10:46
a. m., arriving Newport 5:15 p. m.
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For any further information enquire .of
Asst. Passenger Traffic Manager
still falling when he crawled un
der the blankets tonight.
The champion's cold, while not
serious, bothered him today and
was showing no signs of improv
ing. Trainer! Jerry 'Luvadls
smeared his chest with liniment
and told the title holder that he
would be. better in the morning.
FAST CARS LIE
' UP FOR RACES
Sortie Ambitious Speedsters
Will Be Seen on Lone
Oak Track Labor Day
A number of new, fast cars have
been lined np for the automobile
races on Labor; day. Frank Wa
gar, of . the race committee for the
bigr hospital benefit, visited Port
land and located a whole string
of speedsters what will be here.
There are , two fast Dodge cars
and two fast Fronty-Fords "com
ing from Seattle and Tacoma that
had not been figured In the early
list of entrants. One of the Fron
tenacs and one of the Dodges are
said to be about the classiest
lookers on the northwest tracks.
The list of cars will , tnclude
these new specials, as well as a
number of other cars that have
been seen here in Salem, and
others from eastern Washington
and Oregon that have not yet
been described. The track should
be In the best of condition, so
that the races can be held in I
safety and f yet show the maxi-j
mum ui nyceu. iuej yruiuiso iu
run the whole series and the
specialty intermissions on sched
ule time, so that one doesn't havo
to waste the whole lalternoon
waiting for balky cars or drivers
to work up enough enthusiasm to
Mother; Where does that cl
get hs temper? Not from t
Father No; none of yoii
missing. Boston Transcrijt.
Lighthouse of Skerryrore. f
land, has a range of 18 nau"
"Looks as if w were going to
"I'm glad of it," replied Uncle
Bill Bottletop. .
"I hope they start right In tak
ing the guns away from boot- j
leggers and auto bandits."
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