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Etrktmater, the Senator's new:
r " atlipaw pitcher, performed brll
Latly la the box yesterday, al
ia Ii! 3 the Longview team of the
-siilstoa Timber league - only
tlrsa scattered hits.; : Salem von
tcf game S to 4. The only thing
f zt marred Strictmater's perform
: : 3 was a couple of errors chalk
f fiiainst hln, but one at least
v-a excusable and might - have
t"sn recorded && -a hit. 1 The little
southpaw had the visitor puzzled
f: z itarV to iinlktul ; . .;' f.;" ; i
Up'ttstil the sixth. Inning when
""Ins" Cole, LongTiew pitcher,
s.-.'erela bad blow-up, ft looked
r if Tictory was going to be with
LSTiew, dne to some costly er
rors by Salem la the early part
c. the game. All of Salem's runs
c -ia in the sixth whea Cole al
1. .ved three hits and walked four
i nters, and Moe, the Longview
-a j insoD o epm nvmasvq Isjjj
fcrs. Godfrey, Longriew second
tu bman, won a chicken dinner by
Brimming a hit up against the
Gray-Eelje sign in the sixth in
' Aside from Cole's bad Inning,
he pitched a brilliant game:. The
Lorrgriew team is a consistent ag
gregation of husky, clever players
who won a lot of respect from the
Salem fans yesterday. : The two
teams meet again, today at, 4
Game by innings-
. , First Inning
Longview Pettit. Godfrey and
, f,3W niaa all out on strikes..
Salem Gibson out Cole to Moe.
Elahop out Williams to Moe. Baird
hft for two bases. Keene out God
Ley to Hoe. One hit
Second Innlajj , ;
Longriew -Hoffard out Baird
o Keene. ;, Mynning homed over
tha . t an fa on Piwtor tft
Keene. .Williams out Strlctmater
H Keeae. .One run, one hit. :.
Salem rWilkerson filed to Pet
i;t.. Schackmann out by Moe un
assisted. - Proctor out Cole . to
II oe.. , ;. - : .
: Third Inning ;;
Longriew Kracke out ; Baird
ts Keene. Cole tit by Strlctmater
a-J. took' first.. Pettit hit one to
ruhcp, -who threw out Cole to
I i;rd at second. Pettit safe on
f::li;r's chcice. - Godfrey safe on
L..Lc;'i - error la throwing high
to Keene,- Tettit going third.- ITag-
l it hit a hrh one Into deep cen
t . " wticli Cciackmana xnisjudg
c V J:ttit scoring. Godfrey scored
c u-a. wild i itch by.' Strlctmater.
IT:ffard filed-to Wilkersoh, Two
i -s, two errors. ?
Ealsa i Edwards singled. Proc
ter ran for Edwards. Strlctmater
f::.;I to Pettit. '.Gibson out Kracke
to lloa, Troctor taking second on
tia ; play. Eishop filed to Hag
L.rt. ' One hiL '
' ""Tonrth," Innlrs:-
: Lcririew-ITynnins'' Gled to
Kscie. . Mae out on strikes. Wll
l:,:ni out Eishop to Keene.
. Salem Baird fanned. . Keene
c-t" Godfrey to Moe. Wilkerson
t. -alke 3." Wilkerson stole econd.
r -i&nzzi walked. Proctor hit
cs to Williams at third, who put
cat Wilkerson unassisted.,
, , .-nrti Ianirg
LcrgTlsw Kracke filed to
IZtzze. Cola EI;I to Keene. Pet
t!i czt Eihcp to ireene. . . ..
, leia--Edwarda out Williams
to IIoer i .Ctrlctnatsr walked- Gib
e; i.t-izzl., Eh-cp walkedforc
ir Ltrictniater to second. Baird
c.t.Ccle 13 lloe. . , .. .v
j?i7 Godfrey singled.
Ilirzsrt. r'-r.;!ed,.adTancfns Cod
fr : . to sacend. Iloffard safe on
fiel-srs'- cboice whea Strlctmater
tyrT cut Godfrey at third, Ilag
cVrt., taking second on. the play.
11 i .ring safe pn Eaird's error, but
Ealrd reieened himself by throw
ing, out Hacrrert at the plate. Ho t
farl taking third on the play. Moe
Ejfj ca Strictmater's error,. which
. VhAt EMU -.
, Play Eafa with your money,
t-i by small saving? you'll
realize a big return. We can
f --.7 yea 1 how. American
1 .;.:ity. Iarestment Co.. Elmo
r. White, President, Ilasonic
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allowed Hoffard to score. Wil
liams out Strlctmater to ' Keene.
One run, two hits, two errors.
Salem Keene doubled. Wil
kerson walked Schackmann out
by Moe unassisted. Keene taking
third and .Wilkerson eecdnd on the
play." Proctor doubled, scoring
Keene and Wilkerson Edwards
singled, scoring Proctpr Proctor
ran for Edwards and stole second.
Strlctmater filed to Haggert. Gib
son Walked. Bishop walked, forc
ing Proctor to third and Oibson
second. Baird walked, forcing
Proctor to score, -: Gibson .to
third .and Bishop to second. Keene
safe on Moe's error, which allow
ed Gibson to score. Moe erred a
second time by throwing wildly
to the plate and Bishop and Baird
scored. Keene scored on a wild
pitch by Cole. Wilkerson filed to
Pettit. , Eight runs, three hits, two
errors. " ; .;' ; l-' '..:'"-.
Seventh Inning C
1 Longview j-Kracke tanned Cole
out Bishop to Keene. Pettit out
Bishop to Keene. J ; -
Salem Schackmann out on
strikes. ' Proctor out Godfrey - to
Moe. Kd wards singled. ' Proctor
running for Edwards stole second.
Strtctmater filed to Williams. One
bit. - 4 :-
' Longriew Godfrey filed to
Baird. Haggert out Baird to
Keene. 1 Hoffard safe when Strlct
mater made a bad' toss to Keene.
Mynning filed to Strlctmeter. One
error. ' :' -i ' '
Salem Gibson out Cole to Moe.
Bishop out Godfrey to Moe. Baird
out Williams to Moe.
Ninth . Inning
Longriew M oe walked. " Wil
liams hit a grounder to Baird who
put out Moe unassisted at second
and doubled the play by throwing
out Williams at first. Kracke
filed, to Keene. - .
BOX 8C0&B ,
LengTiw . AB. Ks H. PO. A. E.
Pettit cf . 4 1 0 0 0
Godfrey 2b 4 ; 11 0 4 ;0
Bowman If . ' 10 O 0 O O
HarKert rt SOI 3 O O
Hot i.rd rf ud It 4 ; . 1 O O O O
Mraninc M 4, I 1.0 0 0
M lb ; S O 0 14 O 2
Willim 8b . 4 0 O - t S O
Krmek e ,4: O S 1 O
Cot p S O O 0 4 O
O baom U
S3 4 S 14 IS 2
31 8 27 11
Bummarj ' ..
. tamed .nil: longview 1; 8lem, 4.
tfcft on baaee: longriew 4; 8al( S.
8tl bases: Wilkerson, ,Proetr 2.
Home ran; Mynning for Ixnr"w- Two
base hits: Baird, Keen, Proctor. Double
plays : Bsird to Kerne. Stmek ent : By
Colo S; by Strict meter 5.. Bases en balls:
OU Cole S ; off Btrietmater 1. Hit by
pitcher: Cole by Strietaaater. Wild pitch:
By Cole 1; by Strietmater 1.
empires On balls and strikes, Ken
nedy; en bases. Til. -' ,
College Baseball -
At Moscow Oregon Aggies, 1;
OAK GHOVE MEETING
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'it. ' '
especially' discussing . the ' Near
East . emergency. The reappoint
ment of territories is bitterly re
sented. A world mania for dem
ocracy exists strong in Asia.
The - program,; which was pub
lic, was opened by Mssi Doris Mc
Kee, of Perrydale, who gare a
piano solo, "Tarn O' Shanter with
Paderewski's Minuet exquisitely
executed, as an encore. -
Mesdames Ermine B. Frank and
Arthur Utley, popular sopranos,
each sang solos, responding to en
cores, and, Mrs. C. S. Chaffee gare
a group of whistling solos. - Mrs.
Wm. McCall accompanying. ' "f
, The same pianist, accompanied
Mrs. Frank, Mrs. Carydon Blod-
gett acting as - accompanist for
Mrs. Utley. j . , .
The church was used for the
public meeting,a the Grange bU
was required for serring the ban
quet at noon. and the supper at
7:30.- - ,r'; -v';-- '
A - wreath of flowers beautified
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Tennis Player Comes From
Behind' and Wins, Over
. .Coming from behind after drop
ping the first set, Stanley Enamel
yesterday morning won the singles
tennis championship of the t city
from Roy Okerberg. This Is the
second time tnat Kmmel has cap
tured the singles honors in the
annual tournament which Is spon
sored by the Salem Tennis associ
ation. The sets stood 4-6, 6-2, 7-5.
: In the afternoon play Bates and
Okerberg won the men's doubles
title by defeating Emmel and
Mickey, 6-1, 6-2. ; Mrs. Hunting
ton and Okerberg were Tictorious
in the mixed - doubles, winning
orer Bates and Miss Flndley 6-4,
2-6. 6-2. ,
Consolation matches played yes
terday resulted as follows: Iran
White defeated Charles- Nunn 6-2,
0-6, 6-1. Verne Mathis defeated
Jack MInto 6-2, 6-1. Consolation
matches will be continued today.
A meeting of the members of
the Salem Tennis association will
be held at 8 o'clock Monday night.
June 2, at the chamber of com
merce, to determine the feasibil
ity of holding a tournament here
to determine the championship of
the Willamette ralley
the hall, pink roses and pink sweet
peas being used exclusively for
The Home Eocnomics commit
tee served most attractively at
noon, the following delicious
menu: chicken pie, whipped pota
to salad, pickles, olives, bread and
butter, hot coffee and lemon pie.
For supper, Boston baked beans,
cold sliced ham, pickles,' brown
and white bread, deviled eggs, ice
cream .with 'sherbet filling, angel
food, chocolate cake and hot
coffee. ' ' , " V. ; ; ;
- A clever stunt, original with
Brush College, under the yell lead
ership of Miss Margaret Stelner.
conveyed their appreciation of Oak
Grove hospitality for the day.
- Through' the secretary of the
Dallas commercial club, who re
presented them In the matter, the
city of Dallas extends, through the
Polk County Pamona, an Invita
tion to the State Grange to hold
its meeting for 1925 at that place,
assuring the order that every cour
tesy and convenience would - ac
company their hospitality in case
the invitation should be accepted.
, The Invitation was unanimously
approved, and . a committee . ap
pointed to convey to the commer
cial club .Pomona's appreciation.
The invitation will be extended
at the state meeting of The Dalles
during .the present week. . .
. New members for Pomona were
received at the 'evening session.
The .main feature of the evening
session was the address by Joshlah
Wills, county superintendent of
Polk county In "Building for the
Future." . : '
Resolutions looking toward se
curing the cooperation of Polk
county- grocers in the matter of
discontinuing the sale of butter
substitutes were ! . unanimously
passed and the matter of Inter
viewing ' the' merchants ,of the
county was entrusted-to the mar
keting committee. . . ,
The Monmouth grange will en
tertain Pomona on the( fourth Sat
urday of October. .
GOOD Gfr.ES ARE
ohder ion i'jeei;
Longview Again . Today,
Yamhill I omorrow. von
' . land Club Sunday. ,
Thia is baseball week In Salem.
Today a t4 -o'clock the second
game will be playetd witb Long
riew Either Menth or Ashby will
probably pitch, though Bishop has
another new twirler in reserve.
Tomorrow the Yamhill club will
be here- and the game will' start
at 3: SO o'clock. - --
The Senators will rest Saturday,
but oh Sunday will again enter
tain, the fans by playing the
Chown Hardware club of Portland,
which haa not yet lost a game.
Last Sunday ..-they beat the St.
Johns team and Estee, the Chown
pitcher, struck: out 18. batters. ,
r.'cnkey Indoor Leagu3"
Opened Last flight
- 'The-Inew Monkey Indoor base
ball league started last night at
Washington junior high school
with' six teams entered for a round
robin which terminates June 11.
The' results of the contests last
night are 'as follows:
Ilapjhahn was i defeated lay
Howard Waters, .18 to Si John
Schel 'defeated Clarence Howton
16" to 8, and Canfleld defeated De
IIarport'9 to 10. An extra inning
was necessary to decide the game.
r n. o n t n
Sacramento 0; Frisco 8
Score ' It. H. E.
Sacramento ... .. ..... 9 13 2
San Francisco . 8 13 2
Canfleld, . Thompson and Koeh-
ler; Shea, Burger and Agnew.
Salt Xake 10; AngeU 71
Score - R. H. E.
Salt Lake .... '......10 11 1
Los Angeles 7 9 l
McCabe, Malcahy, Coombe. O'-
Donl and Peters, Jenkins; Myers.
Ramsay, Dumorlch, Blgbee and
Byler. . S
Vernon 2; Portland 1
Score , ; R. IT. E.
Vernon 2 9 2
Portland .... ....... 1 7 1
Thomas and D. Murphy; Eckert
and Daly. . . .
Seattle 8; Oakland 4
Score , . R. H.
Oakland ...... ...... 4 11
Seattle ....... 8 6
and Baker; Gregg and
Games are Scheduled
; Schedule for the postponed
games In the Twilight league has
been made and Include a. benefit
game with the Senators for Bar-
ham. Senator pitcher, who recent
ly fractured a leg in an Industrial
accident, to be played June 11.
' The schedule as announced by
R. R. Boardman, physical director
for the YMCA, Is; YMCA rs Tin
ners, Monday, June 2; Loggers vs.
Legion, June 4. and Legion rs.
Tinners June 6. The benefit game
to be played Wednesday, June 11,
will be between the All-Stars and
the Senators. .
FliESRS TO MAKE LONG TRIP
TOKIO. May 29. (By the As
soca ted Press.) Lieut. Lowell H.
Smith, the acting commander of
the : American around-the-world
army flight, has announced that
the aviators hare planned to leave
Ksumlgaura Saturday morning on
the next leg of their Journey,
weather permitting. They will en
deavor to make the flight to Kago
shlma, at the, southern end of the
island of Japan. In one day. stop
ping at Kushimoto only for fuel.-
Notice of Intention , to Improve
Stewart Street From Lamber-
. v son Street - to South Line of
Parrish GroVe addition to Salem
Notice is hereby grven that the
Common Council' of the City of
Salem Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
Its ' purpose and Intention to im
prove Stewart Street from the
south line of Lamberson Street to
the south line, of Parrish Grove
Addition to the City of Salem.
Marion County," Oregon, at the ex
pense of the abutting and adja
cent - property, except the street
Intersection the expense of which
will be assumed by the City of Sa
lem, by bringing said portion of
said streets to the established
grade, constructing cement "con
crete curbs." and paving said por
tion of said street with a six inch
cement concrete pavement twenty-four
feet wide la ! accordance
with the plans and specifications
therefor which were adopted by
the Common Council May ' 19.
1924, now on file in the office of
the City Recorder and which are
hereby made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above described Im
provement by and through , the
Street Improvement Department of
the City of Salem.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 19th day of Stay, 1924.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
is May 2 1st, 1924.
Notice of Intention to Improve
Shade Street From Capitol
Street to Stewart Street. .
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the city of Sa
lem, . Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Shade street from the east
line of Capitol Street to the west
line of Stewart Street at the ex
pense of abutting and adjacent
property, except the street and al
ley intersections the expense of
which will be assumed by the City
of Salem, by bringing said portion
of taid street to the established
grade, constructing cement con
crete curbs, and paving said por
tion of said street with a six-inch
cement concrete pavement, twenty
feet wide in accordance With the
plans and specifications ' therefore
which were adopted by the Com
mon Council May 19, 1924, now on
file in the office of the City Re
corder and which plans and speci
fications are hereby made a part
of this notice. -
, The Common Council hereby de
clares Its purpose and intention to
make the above, described . im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department of
the City of Salem. . ' .
By order of the Common Coun
cil the. 19th day of May, 1924.. .
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
. Date of first publication hereof
is Hay. 21st, 1924. . ' jne I
MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES
n r a a a o o a
Xew York 0-4; Brooklyn 5-2.
. First. Game. ".
At New York : R. II. E.
Brooklyn 5 10 1
New YorJcWi'-V....- 6.10 1
Vance and Deberry; Nehf. Jon
nard and Snyder. . f -
7 ; Secoim Game. .1
Score i'l Rl II. E.
Brooklyn .' . . TV. . . .... 2 5 2
New. York . . .'. ... 4 15 0
Grimes and ; Taylor; ; Bentley,
Ryan and Snyder. .
St. Louis 6-3; Cincinnati 0-5
First Game. '
At St. Louis - R. II. E.
Cincinnati . .... .v. . 0 S 1
St. LOuis . 6 10 0
Benton, May and Sandberg,
WIngo; Sothoron and Gonzalesr,
" Score- . R. II.
Cincinnati ........... 5 9
St. Louis , .. 3 9
Sheehan and WIngo; Doak, Dy
er, Haines and, Nlebergall.
Chicago 9, Pittsburgh O.
'; Score r l-, :; r L. I R. H. : E.
Pittsburgh .......... . 6 9 1
Chicago . . . . . . . 9 14 " 0
Cooper, v Lundgren, Yde and
Schmidt; Aldridge and Hartnett.
Philadelphia 4, Boston 1.
Score . R. H.. E
Boston . .'..-. ... 1 6
- Ring and Wilson; Benton, Mc
Namara and O'Neill. ' r
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III ,; I pyiiy;
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Ml . Its. S a. " U - 1
Copyricfct, 1924, tirrtt te MfenTtoteeo Co.
Xcw York at Washington
First game R. II.
New York . ; . .V. . .. .7 15
Washington ... . . ... 4 9
Hoyt and Scbang; Johnson, Rus
tell, Marberry and Ruel.
Second game R. II. E,
New York . . . . . ...... 17 1
Washington . ....... 6 11 0
Shawkey, Pi ppgrass. Gaston and
Hoffman; Zachary and Hargrave.
, Chicago at Cleveland '
.First game .R. II. E.
Chicago ...... . 0 9 1
Cleveland :.. .. . . . . ... C 12 1
Blankenship, McWeeney, Con
nolly and Crouse; Shauts and Wal
ters. . Second game R. E. E.
Chicago ....... 13 16 0
Cleveland .. . ...... 6 11 6
Leverette Robertson, Lyons and
Crouse; Coveleskie, Metevier, Mor
ton. Clark and Sewell. Waiters.
St. Ix)uij at Detroit
First gam e R. II. E.
St. Louis ...... 3 9 0
Detroit . 4 71
Shocker and Severeid; Collins
Second game R. H. E
... 7 9 1
0 4 2
Such popularity must
TO BE singled out for public
honor,a man must have proved
his quality; And to be chosen by
millions, even a cigarette must
liave "made good.
So Chesterfield's swift ri3e to
Ludolph and Bassler,
Boston at Ihiladclphia
First Game R. II.
Boston . . . . . . ... .... 1 5
Philadelphia . . ....... 2 2
Ehmke and Shanks; Burn3 and
Second game - , R. II. E.
Boston ...... 1 5 0
Philadelphia .... V., . 0 6.2
Quinn and O'NeilKMeeker and
Robin Reed Is Favorite
In Eastern Wrestling Try
NEW YORK, May 28. Robin
Reed, OAC wrestler today became
the favorite in the 134 pound class
when he entered the semi-finals
of that class in the Olympic try
outs by throwing T S. Davis, Phil
adelphia in two minutes, 50 sec
onds. Chester Newton, Portland,
Ore.; L. W. Bringham. Oklahoma
AA&M college and C. C. Adell,
United States navy, complete the
semi-final group of the 134 pound
Robin Reed, junior at-Oregon
Agricultural college, scored the
first fall made under one minute
during the tournament when he
threw L. W. Bringham, Ohlahoma
A&M college in 54 seconds. It was
the victor's fifth verdict by a fall
and placed him In the finals of the
134 pound class. Reed's, final op
ponent will be a fellow towns
man, Chester Newton of the Mult
nomah AC, Portland, Or., who won
a decision from C. -E. Adell, U.
S. navy. : '
popularity la more than a meas-
ure of success. . It is proof posi
tive of finer tobaccos which
means better taste. "
, And better taste is the sole rcasoo
for Chesterfield's hue scleu
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.. PACiriO COAST X.EAOtrB
Woa Uil Pet.
Ban Francisco . . 34 17 .637
Vernon . . 27 23 .540
Salt Lake J. 28 23 .5.11
Sattr . 25 23 .521
Portland . 23 28 ,4i9
Loa Angelea . . 22 29 .431
Oakland .. T 21 29 20
Sacramento . . 21 29 .120
Won Irfwt Pet.
22 14 .en
Pittsfeorrh , ...
St. Lonis .....
Won Lost Pet.
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