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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1923)
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1923
Srlere, There amid Everywhere..
Raising .the Family-
It sounded fair enougn at the start f
in SALEM TODAY
Senators and Woodmen of
Portland Will Battle for
' State Title .
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
Tha baseball season for tba Sa.
lem Senators will close today with
a game at Oxford field to de
termine the semi-professional in
dependent championship of the
state between the Senators and
the Woodman tam of Portia Id.
Salem made a claim of the
championship a week ago when it
defeated the Arleta club of Port
land, but the Portland Woodmen
protested and said that Salem bad
no right to such a claim nnless
the. Senators could win over the
"Woodmen. - Manager Harry Wen
deroth told them to come on, and
they will .be; here today. : Ashby
"will pitch again for Salem today.
It Is believed the game will
draw the biggest crowd of the sea
son. '. - Coast League
: i '
' At Eanr Francisco R. H. E-
TorUand 4 11 2
San Francisco 10 17 1
; rCrumpler.C MIddleton, . Bench
and Daly, Geary and Telle. - .
At Los' Angeles"
Loa Angeles '.;- . . . .... 9 14 -0
Gardner, rDennlson and Yaryan;
Hughes and Rego. :, "
Second game R. H. F.
Seattle -.. -i;-. .' ...... . 8 10 ? 2
loa Angeles ... ...... ... 5 11 : 2
Blake' and Tobln; Douglas and
Byler.; . v
, At Sacramento R-'H; E.
Vernon . . . '. . . . , i . .0 9 1
Sacramento . irt.'tW i 5 9 f 1
Christian and Whitney; Fittery
and Koehler. ; :
- At Salt Lake R. H. E.
Oakland ....... .. . . j 9 15 3
Salt Lake 8 11 0
. Mills' and Baker; McCabe and
Peters. ' r" ' . ' - : - : - -'
FALL : FABRICS
Axe unquestionably the finest-that we
have ever had in stock. ! .
' There is not a conceivable shade or
weave that we are not able to fjurnish
If you appreciate good tailoring
you should call and
FIRST PRACTICE1 AT 1
; '26 MEN UPON: FIELD
Twenty-eix of.the Bearcat grid
men answered the call, pt Coach
Guy L. Rathbun and appeared for
practice in the initial workout
yesterday. Patton, Sherwood and
Stolzhelse were back .from, the
squad of last year .and more vet
erans are expected to arrive dur
ing the first f next week.
Fans Are Confident
Fans who watched the . two
hour workout given the men yes
terday are confident of a splendid
showing for: the Bearcat squad
during the coming eeason. The
turnout was the largest that has
ever -, appeared j lor a lirst-oay
practice, and iff Is probable that
the number will: be increased to
between 40 and . 50-' Within the
next few days.l4The spirit with
which the men are entering their
see our new fash
The Pride of Possession
There's an instinct common to us all the desire
to accumulate something;, u ...
. In the small boy.it takes the form of collecting
marbles, stamps, pieces of string, knives and the
many other things you 'find in a boy's pockets.
But in their elders it becomes stocks, bonds,
money and other valuables." . .
i - You'll find a wonderful gratification in satisfying-that
instinct with an account at the United
States National. - '
work is the stuff victors are made
of. The. Bearcats see the chance
of a brilliant season ahead under
a coach in whom they have 'every
confidence and they . are turning
their ambitions into bard practice.
It will take lots of hard prac
tice in the next two weeks to beat
Oregon, on Sept." 29. Generally
speaking, . the material which
turned out yesterday is raw and
unscarred.i Oregon expects to
have 13 'regulars from last yeas
back, Willamette, has but a few
Oregon's . line will a probably f be
heavy, whereas thet Bearcat line
will be unusually light, the heav
lest man so far tipping the scales
at about 180. .:
More Men Coming
Willamette's chances, however.
have not all been told about, and
will not be until the latter part
of next week when all of its men
have reported. "Rumor has it that
new men are coming to fill sev
eral gaps where Willamette needs
new strength most.
: Stolzhelse is in excellent shape.
having spent the summer In the
harvest fields. Patton and Sher
wood are In- equally 'good condi
tion and the three alone would be
first class material ' around which
to build a fighting machine.
There are a few men, - though
light, who give promise of devel
oping unusual speed and this may
eventually be a Bearcat strong
hold. x - : - V' ' ;v::.. j.
Coach Impresses Onlookers
. Observers yesterday were more
than pleased at the way in which
Coach Rathbun handled his men
He got hard work out of them,
work which It continued, may
hand Oregon a big surprise.-
"X can't tell yet," la the only
comment the, coach , has to make
on the season's outlook, "the men
are new to me and I'll have to see
them work first. I will say though
that they are showing a fine
. " ' ' These Were Out
' Those who turned out for yea
terday's practice are Patton,
Stolzhelse, Sherwood, Caughlan,
Hiday, Wilkerson, Oliver. Find,
ley, Logan, f Briggs, Fasnacht,
Hanson, Atkinson, Erikson, Bond,
.' Salem. Oregon
PACIFIC COA8T LEAGUE
New York .:. 86
Pittsburgh .., 81
Cincinnati ... 82 '
Chicago .. . . 74
St. Ixrals .U... 71
Brooklyn .. 67
Boston ...a ... 45
New York 'I; ... 90 ' 46
Cleveland . 71 60
Detroit .. .. 67 62
St. Loa is 66 63
Washington 64 69
Chicago . 59 73
Philadelphia i 55 74
Boston 53 78
Pleteher. KInley. Bolsiger, XThap
in, Rhodes. Phillips, White, Nunn.
Hisey, White and Pierce.
... - . ,, . ,
At Chicago R. II. E.
New .York ........... 2 11 1
Chicago . ..... .. ..... 3 8 0
" Watson, Barnes, McQuillan and
Gowdy, Snyder; Kaufmann, Alex
ander and O'Farrell.
i At Cincinnati
Boston .'. ..........
Cincinnati . . ........
: Benton, Genewlch,
R. H E.
5 14 0
7 16 2
and Gibson; R. Benton. Keck and
At St. Louis
First game R. II. E.
Philadelphia ......... 2 7 2
St. Louis 0 3 0
: Glazner and Henline; Stuart
. Second game'- , , R. H. E.
Philadelphia 0 3 1
St. Louis ,. 6 11 0
Mitchell, Couch, Head and Wil
son, Obrien; Doak and NIebergall.
First game . R. H. E.
Brooklyn . .......... . 1 10 . 1
Pittsburgh , 4 7 0
X Ruether and Taylor; Meadows
Second game R. H. E.
Brooklyn ..... . . . . . . .13 19 0
Pittsburgh ; . .... i ... 2 8 0
Grimes and Taylor; Morrison,
Stelneder and Gooch. ' :
American League M
At New York R. H. E.
Chicago . . 4 9 4
New York i .......... 10 13 ' '2
Robertson, 1 Blankenship and
Crouse ; Jones and Scbang.
I At Washington-- R. H. E.
Detroit ....... fc.J... ..8 11 0
Washington ........ . 9 8 3
Johnalon, WHItehlll, tfJalloway
and Bassler; Zahniser, Marberry
At. Boston R. H. E.
Cleveland 6 g 0
Boston ......... ..11 12 2
Morton, Sullivan. Drake, Boone,
Metevier, Bedgood and O'Neill,
Myatt, Sewell; Ehmke and Pici-
nich. . :
i LEAGUE STANDINGS
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At Philadelphia - R. IL E.
St. Louis ..i. ........ 1 5 2
Philadelphia ; 8 12 1
Kolp, Root and Collins; Rom
mel and Perkins.-
Second game R. II. E.
St. Louis ............ 3 6 0
Vangilder and Collins; Hasty,
Harris and Perkins. L
Stanford's! PrfnnSfid Rllh
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Arbitrator Voted Down
PORTLAND, Sept. 15; The
Pacific coast! inter-collegiate ath
letic conference, before 1 conclud
ing its two-day session here to
day adopted a rule prohibiting the
practice of ''scouting" for pros
pective athletes. . .
The rule provides "that scout
ing by anyone acting for a mem
ber of the conference, or by any
one representing student organ!
zatlons, be prohibited." This was
a substitute I for a much more
drastic rule proposed by Dr. W.
H. Barrow of Stanford, which the
conference side-tracked as being
The proposal by the University
of Southern; California that , an
arbitrator be appointed to pass
on all questions of eligibility, was
voted down.-. The conference
slightly amended the rule on sum
mer baseball, but playing of Bern!
professional baseball will still be
permitted where the athletes re
ceive money for playing only as a
side Issue of another Job. " '
Paul Strand Beats His
World Record as Hitter
"SALT LAKE CTTY, Utah. Sept.
15. -Paul Strand, outfielder of
the Salt Lake Pacific Coast league
club, made his 290th safe hit of
the 1923 season today and this
broke his world's record of 2 8 9
safe hits established last year.
The hit today which broke his re
cord was made in the Oakland
Salt Lake first game of a double
Truth, between a man and wife,
is stranger than friction! .
Fast Through Freight to All
VaUey PoinU Dqy.
Corvallis - Eugene - Jefferson
Dallas Albany-Monmouth 1
Independence - Monroe ;
' S p r 1 k f I 1 df
SHIP BY TRUCK
345 State SL
CHAMP DHSHP NOT
SETTLED FOB EOOD
Firpo Determined to Stage
Come Back -W ills Turns
Deaf Ear to Rickard
NEW YORK, Sept. 15. (By
Associated "Press.)- Jack Demp
sey and Luis Angel Firpo have not
settled their title feud despite the
world's , champion's smashing vic-
tory over his Argentine rival last
!night at the Polo Grounds In a
swirling, cyclonic , drams un
paralelled In ring annals.
Firpo, in defeat, was acclaimed
by critics as a more dangerous
challenger than ever and tonight
Tex Rickard announced be already
bad plans under way for a sec
ond chmpionship . fight between
these two mighty gladiators. It
cannot take .place before next
summer, the promoter declared.
but if it materializes, he hopes to
stage the match about July 1,
1924, probably in New York.
Meanwhile, Rickard added, he
is ready to match Firpo and Harry
Wills, New Orleans' negro, who
has been clamoring for a title
matcn with Dempsey for more
than a year. - The promoter, who
has already signed Firpo to a
contrct to fight Wills here pre
ferably next April in the Argen
tine, said he would seek Wills'
Mads to Measure
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Our selection of fine
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signature to a contract guarantee
ing the victor a bout with Demp
sey. Wills', so far, however, has
turned - a deaf ear to Rickard 'a
proposal, preferring to press his
claims for a fight with the champion.
Indications are that the major
ity of the Sunday pleasure seek
ers will avail -themselves of the
last auto race of the season and
motor to Independence today.- In
dependence is but twelve miles
We neexl a few more entries for the
stock car race. Bring on the old bus
anci see if she can still step. Liberal
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distant from Salem and as the
track is undeniably the fastest In
this section of the country the
races should be very good.
' The races are being managed
h Wm niAnn nf Salem ' & man
mihn taa tins! will a eTTMr!ann on
the Canadian circuit and la well
equipped to put over a real racing
event.-' : '
The grounds are to be well
policed so that there will be no
danger of accidents and adequate
provisions are being made for the
parking of cars at a safe distance
from the tracks' so that one can
witness the race from the comfort
of their' car. There will be no
charge for parking. '
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