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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
Raising the Family- Tho
Beavers Beat Salt Lake
While Sacs Win One and
. Lose One Game
- ' SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER2J923 ;; '
Here, There and Everywhere ; :
way Ihe cartooner gets Pa s goat Is sorrjethigg awful 1 , ' yyv
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PORTLAND. : Sept. 1. Port-
jjana ept on Sacramento's heels
in the race Xor second place Ly
beating Salt Lake today 1 to 0.
in a tight pitchers' battle between
Sutherland i and Singjeton. The
Salts outhlt the Beavers. 9 to5,
but Sutherland was 'adamant in
the pinches- and received great
support. Portland scored the only
run of the game In the seventh
when Brazil doubled, was sacri
fied to third and scored on High's
single after Cresset t had walked.
Score I R. II. E.
Salt Lake 0 9 0
Portland . I J ,r ... ; . . l 51
Singleton and Jenkins; Suther
land and Daly.: : ,
Frisco 4; Angels 3. . .
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 1.
San Francisco won its ' fourh
straight game from Los Angeles
by taking a 12-innlng contest to
day 4, to 3.
The Angels had taken the lead
in the sixth inning with two runs
on an error and a' pass with the
bases full. ' The locals 'tied it at
. three . apiece in the ninth. In
the twelfth Flaahkamper singled,
advanced to second on a sacrifice
and scored on Telle's double. .
Although: he was touched for
14 hits, Courtney of the Seals
was steady whenever the Angels
reached the bases. V
! Score ' R. II. E.
Los Angeles .......... 3 14 1
San Francisco . ... .... 4 8 3
'.Lyons and Baldwin; Courtney
and Yclle. :
J Oakland ; Vernon .
i LOS ANGELES. Cal.; Sept. 1.
Oakland again sent Vernon to the
league cellar by winning today's
game 9 to 6. The contest was a
see-saw affair until the seventh In
ning when - the Oaks- made four
runs.v cinching the game on an
error, a . single, a triple and a
double. : '-. f
Score- J R. H. E.
Oakland v .' 9 13 3
Vernon ....... . 6 11 2
Colwell. Eley, ' Arlett. Murchio
and Baker; Alten, File, Carson
: and Zanic. : H -f:-
'".; ' Sacramento 6-4; Seattle 2-5.
. 'SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. 1.
Seattle and Sacramento broke
even In a doubleheader this aft
ernoon, the visitors t winning the
first game 6 to 2 and Seattle tak
ing the second in twelve innings,
five ; to four. The Indians won
the overtime game when Tobin
tripled at the start of the twelfth,
and poc Johnston scored the win
ning run with a single through tho
infield. '" .: .
First game R. H. E.
Sacramento .......... 6 13 1
Seattle 2 7 3
' Hughes and Koehler; Gardner
and Yaryan. " -
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HI 111! I Ill I III -IIIIIIHIWW HI ' " ,
Second game i R." H. E
Sacramento .......... 4 7 1
Seattle .......... .?. . 5 12 2
Yellowhorse and Schang; Bur
ger and Tobin. I
NEW YORK WINS
- FROM WASHINGTON
Hoyt Appears on Mound for
Yanks First Time Since
- His Suspension :
NEW YORK. Sept. 1. (Amer
ican) New York defeated Wash
ington today in the last game of
the series 6 to 1. j i
Hoyt ' appeared on the mound
for the Yankees for the first time
since he was suspended and he
held the visitors down to three
Washington . .
New York : . . . .
Russell and Ruel
R. II. E.
. . .1 3 0
, . . 6 8 01
Chicago 14, Cleveland 6
CHICAGO. Sept. 1. (Ameri
can) The 'Whltej Sox defeated
Cleveland In a free-hitting con
test today. 14 to 6. The game
was called on account ot rain, with
two out In the home half of the
seventh inning. Boone was driven
off the slab in the first inning and
Metevler relieved him. being hit
hard In the remaining rounds.
Score. , 4';-' R. H- E.
Cleveland .......... .6 12 "4
Chicago ...i.. ...14 17 1
Boone, Metevler and O'Neil, My
att; Faber, Thurston and Schalk.
St. Louis ... .......
Pillette. Cole and
Danfortb and Collins.
Ronton , lliiladelphla 1
BOSTON, Sept. 1. ( American)
Boston made it two out of three
against Phlladelph a today when
Ferguson held the visitors to four
hits and won. C to 1.
Score: R. H. E.
Philadelphia . t .1 4 5
Boston ......... .-i 6 10 0
Rommel. Walberg and Bruggy,
Perkins; Fergutwin and Picinlch.
Boston 7; Philadelphia 2 i
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 1.
(National.) lioston took the final
game of the series with Philadel
phia today, 1 to 2. As a result,
the! Braves moved into seventh
place. sending the Phillies into the
Score R- H- E-
Boston . . ....... 7.12 0
Philadelphia . . .. 2 II 2
Barnes and Smith; Glazner,
Betts and Henline.
ROM THE G
Four-Run Lead Is Overcome
.Watson Yields All Tallies ;
- to Dodgers i
' Ciiuinnatl 4; Chicago 3
CINCINNATI Sept. 1. (National.)-
Luque had slightly the bet
ter of Alexander in a pitching
' duel today and the Reds beat Chi
cago 4 to 3 in the last game the
Cubs will play here this sea'son.
Alexander was hit freely in the
Score R. H. E,
Chicago ...... ...... S 9 2
Cincinnati 4 9 0
Alexander and Keen. O'Farrell;
Luque and Hargrave.
t, Louis 6, Detroit 3
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 1. (Ameri
can) St. Louis advanced to third
place. displacing the Tigers by
defeating Detroit today,5 6 to 3.
Danforth . held the' opposition to
R. H. E.
.3 5 3
BROOKLYN. Sept. 1. (Natio
nal.) Brooklyn overcame a four
run lead to defeat the Giants to
day. 6 to 5, and took the odd con
test of the three-game series. - The
Dodgers made all their runs, off
Watson, who was yanked in the
eighth. Catcher Deberry suffered
a fractured thumb in the third
from a foul tip and was taken to
a hospital. I
I Score .'. : - R. H. E.
New York 5 13 0
McQuillan. Watson and Snyder;
Vance, Henry and Deberry, Tay
lor. ..' r '..'!'".-, ' i
St. Louis 8;
Pittsbnrsh 2 f
PITTSBURGH. Sept. 1. 1 (Na
tional.) St. Louts hit Babe Ad
ams, at will and made a clean
sweep of the three-game series
with Pittsburgh by winning to
day's game 8 to 2.
Score ; R. H. j E.
St. Louis 8 14 1
Pittsburgh . . ... . 2 6 2
Toney, Sherdel and AInsmtth;
Adams, Stelneder and Gooch.
Toledo 7; Columbus 2.
j Indianapolis 4: Louisville 5.
Milwaukee 5; Kansas City 7
;St. Paul 3; Minneapolis 8. ;
LEAGUE STANDINGS I
PACinO COAST IXAOTJE
Irfin Anjrelea .
w York 80 48
Cincinnati , 75 49
Pittsburgh 72 52
St. Ixtnis ... 63 63
Brooklyn 59 ; 64
Boston 41 83
Philadelphia - 40 83
N'ew York 79 42
CltTeland 66 56
Detroit 61 57
St. LouUT 62 57
Washington 57 65
Chicago : 56 64
Philadelphia 52 68
Bnston . 47 71
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, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept. 1.
(By the Associated res.s) The
shadow of j an old-time ring war
rior fell across the training ring
today in which Luis1 Angel Pirpo
Is-preparing for his world 'title
bout with Jack Oempsey Septem
ber 14.- -j : j ;
Frank Klaus, a ' middleweight
terror of some years gone by,
came' to see the South Amefican
heavyweight work and to offer his
services as a' sparring partner.
Klaus' declared he was in good
condition. ' As Klaus stood by the
ring watching Luis Angel pump
heavy rights and lefts into Joe
McCann's j stomach, Jeff Clarke,
the "Black Ghost.' of Joplin, came
from the dressing room, ready to
take his daily punishment at the
hands of the Argentine.
"Well, i lawsey massy, but its
ole Frank hisself," smiled the
'Ghost." "Ain't seed dls boy since
we used to wham jaws about 1"
years ago. My, how de time do
Klaus was Impressed with the
Angel's strength and ring work,
fife may not be the heavyweight
boss this year,f he said, "but he'll
be champion some day." r -
Firpo sparred six rounds, two
each with McCann, the "Ghost,"
and-Natalio Pera. ', .
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.,
Sept. 1. (By the Associated
Press.) Jack Dempsey came dan
gerously I near knocking out Jack
Burke, the ace of his sparring
Btaff today, saving the aggressive
Pittsburgh light heavyweight from
the humiliation of stretching full
length on the canvas floor of the
ring by picking him up and hold
ing him in a clinch until his dizzy
The punchng administered to
Burke made the third victim for
Dempsey in as many days. Jack
.McAuliffe, the . Detroit heavy
weight, was all; but knocked out
Thursday. Yesterday Jules Rioux,
the big French-Canadian lumber
jack, was dragged unconscious to
his corner, to be revived with a
splashing of cold water.
Dempsey Increased his boxing
to eight rounds today instead of
stepping the usual six, hut aside
from his spirited two rounds with
Burke, the workout was, rather
light, due to the inclination of his
sparring partners to retreat. He
boxed two rounds each with Mc-
Auliffe, Burke, Farmer Lodge and
Ray Newman, in the order named.
and only gave them 30 seconds be
tween rounds. . :
United States Takes Lead
In Fight for Davis Cup
FOREST HILLS, Sept. 1.- (By
the Associated Press.) Conquer
Ing Australia today in a gruelling
spectacular fought doubles match
that takes rank among the, most
titanic struggles in the history of
international tennis, the United
States gained a commanding po
sition in Its defense or the Davis
"cup, a 2 to 1 lead that seemed too
formidable for, the challengers -to
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