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THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1924
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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SPORT IS RUrrJED
Water Taken for irrigation
Makes Famous Stream
Useless for Angling
The Deschutes -river between
Bend and the' mouth. " of Crooked
river, a distance of about 50 miles,
once considered one of the best
fishing stretches along that river,
has been entirely destroyed as a
fishing stream, says the1 June re
port of A. E. Burghduff, state
game warden. This' attributed
"The Deschutes river is a good
example ot the effects of irriga
tion." says the report. . "It has
been said that the Deschutes river
formerly farried as much water
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Sa Krnrii- .. 50 3.
NatU '. 3
Vernon 44' 43 i'
Halt Itke , ; 4.1 41 :f
Srfrramrnto ., 4:t 41
Oakland . 40 47
Portland .. 39 4
J.oa Angele' 39 43
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St. Louis .
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as the Willamette. Whether this
is true or not I am unable to ay.
At .the present time one can al
most step across the , Deschutes
river at any point between the
town of Bend and the mouth of
Crooked river, a distance' of ap
proximately 50 miles aa the river
flows. Before the days of irriga
tion this was the 'best fishing
stretch along the entire Deschutes
river, while today it is entirely
destroyed Insofar-as' Its usefulness
as a fishing stream is concerned.!
I. am told that the water of the
Deschutes river are; four times
over-appropriated, which clearly
indicates the. great demand for
water for power and I Irrigation
purposes. ' That portion of -the
Deschutes rteer below Gateway, of
practically below the mouth of
Crooked river ' and ; the Metolius
river where the ; river flows
through . a deep gorge can never
be used extensively for irrigation,
and with the depleted flow of
water, the Deschutes will neer be
of great value as a power stream.
This may result in holding, fish
ing at normal for many years in
the stretches of the lower Des
chutes river." . ; .'
Burghduff reports, antelope so
numerous in Lake county that
"they were seen everywhere in the
sagebrush, jumping around like
Tilden Is Held Favorite
For Western Tennis THIe
INDIANAPOLIS, ltid., July 2.
The western tennis tournament
sifted down i to the eight players
seeded in . the draw as the result
of today's third round matches,
which although hotly contested,
were devoid of upsets.
Winning from Ray Kunkel ot
Cincinnati in lore sets, Wm. T.
Titden continued his spectacular
march and stood tonight more of
a favorite than ever to capture the
title. Without exception, the fa
vorites all turnad in straight seta
' victories today. 1
This Week Only
Portland IO, Frisco 2
j PORTLAND. Ore., July 2.
Portland beat Ban Francisco in
the opening game today 10 to 2.
Max Rachac for the Beavers was
almost unhittable in the pinches
while Lefty Williams, another
youngster named Henibn and
Ilunky Schorr, f were all equally
i vulnerable to !the Portland at
tack.' - :;-.-) i .' ' -' v ' ,
" Score i f R. E.
San Francisco i.. ..... 2 9 2
Portland ...;.. 10 11 1
Batteries Williams, Henion,
Schorr and Yelle, Vargas; Rachac
and Daly. j
Salt Lake 3, Oikland 4
OAKLAND, Cal., July 2i Mc
Cabe went Intoj the pitcher's box
for Oakland in the "ninth today
and Bent two balls -in the direc
tion of the plate before he was
removed. - O'Dqul followed him
O'Doul pitched one ball. It hit
IaFayette and i forced in' a run.
Singleton finished the game,
which Salt Lake won, 5 to 4, after
Score R. II. E.
Salt Lake i . : . 5 11.) 0
Oakland j 4 7 1
Batteries Mulcahey, O'Neill,
McCabe, O'Doul and Cook Kunz,
Foster and Read, Baker.
. Seattle 4, Angels 3 -SEATTLE.
Wash.,' July 2,
Although losing his game, 4 to 3.
to Seattle here today, Charley
Root, Los Angeles right hander,
did the hero act in the seventh
inning' .after ho had filled the
bases, fanning Lane, Brady and
Welsh in succession, retiring the
side without allowing a run in
that inning. ' . i i
V Score . R. II. E.
Los Angeles 3 8 2
Seattle ...... . 4 8 1
Batteries. Root and Bjier;
Bagby andE. Baldwin.
Sacramento 13, Vernon 5
LOSANGELES, Cal., July 2.
Sacramento evened the series with
Vernon by taking today's game 13
to 5. Accumulating a large num
ber 6f runs off Cadore and Vins
in the early innings, the Solons
established ; a .lead the i Tigers
could not overcome. Edward
Bryan, recently acquired twirler
of the Vernon club, pitched good
ball after relieving Vines In the
fifth inning. Rohwer, Sacramen
to third baseman, bit a home run,
a double and a single in three
trips to the plate. . -i
- Scorers- . R. H. E.
Sacramento . .13 17 "2
Vernon . ... ....... . 5 1 1. ' 2
Batteries Hall and Schang;
Cadores, Vines and" Hannah.
Tolly, British Player,
Wins French Golf .Title
LA BOULIE, France, July 2.
Outplaying a fine International
field, including the pick of French
and American professional stars,
Cyril Tolley, former British ! ama
teur title holder, sprang one of
the biggest sensations of the sea
son today by capturing the French
open golf championship with the
brilliant score of 290 for the 72
holes test over the difficult La
Boulie course, i i t
Playing in a rain" storm; the
British crack decisively conquered
his professional rivals, finishing
three strokes -ahead of Walter
Hagen, the American professional
and newly crowned British open
champion, whose remarkable 69
on the last round was not able to
overcome Tolley's' lead. ;
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MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES!
' Brooklyn 4;'Xew York 1 '
NEW YORK; N. Y.. July 2. I
(National)- Sazzy Vance. held the;
Giants to five hits today and broke
the New York shell over Brook-j
lyn with a 4 to 1 victory. I
Score R. H. Ei
Brooklyn ....... , . ... . . 4 10 Q
New York ...... ... 15
: Batteries; Vance and Deberry if
Watson; Nehf and Gowdy.
Philadelphia 3; Boston 1
BOSTON, Maes., July 2. (Naj
tional ) Behind Carlson's excellent
pitching Philadelphia defeated
Boston, 3 to 1, today,' moving ujj)
into sixth place.
Score . R. H. B.
Philadelphia ......... 3 12 , O
Boston . . . 1. 5 .4
Batteries: Carlson and Ilenline;
Barnes and O'Neill. 1 -
Pittsbureh 3; St. Louis 2
ST, LOUIS. July 2 (National)
The Cardinals were helpless be
fore Southpaw Wilbur Cooper to
day and lost to the Pittsburgh Pi
rates in the final game of the ser
ies. 3 to 2. . '
Score f R. IL E.
Pittsburgh;'..!..;...... 3 7 l
St. Louis ........... . 2-8 It)
. Batteries: Cooper and Knox;
Haines and Gonzales.
Chicago 7 Cincinnati 5
CHICAGO. July 2. (National)
---Rixey of Cincinnati was knock
ed out of the box in the first In
ning, today, Chicago scoring: six
runs on four hits, two walks, an
error and two stolen bases. Jackie
May thereafter pitched effective
ball. Chlcagd won 7 to 5. j
Score A ! R. H.
Cincinnati 5 11 !l
Chicago L . . 7 7 l
Batteries: Rixey May and Sand
berg; 'Keen and Hartnett. I
United States Olympic Ath
Jetes Held Up in Prep
aration for Events
PARIS, July 2. Rain and of
ficial function? combined, today to
put the training of the American
Olympic athletes into the back
ground temporarily. The first bad
weather encountered since the
team left the United States kept
all but the swimmers idle most Of
the day, while a formal . luncheon
tendered by the American OlynH
pic committee to a notable assem
blage of international Olympic
authorities and other prominent
personages, including Marshal
Foch, at Rocquen Court, gave the
social activities precedence over
the athletic preparations. After
luncheon the guests were enter--tainedwith
a brief workout of the
boxers and wrestlers and inspect
ed the American camp. j i
The swimmers at Les Tourelles
held trials! to determine the en
tries iln the several events, which
close j tomorrow, t Marie Chen
Wehselan, Ithe young . Hawaiia
girl, 'sprang a surprise by con
quering Gertrude Ederle. the
world s record holder, at 100 mer
ters, free style. Miss Ederle finf
ished third, being beaten also by
Ethel Laskie of Chicago. Th$
time of the winner was one minj
ute, 12 4-5 seconds, which better
ed the Olympic record by two sec
onds and was only 3-5 -seconds
short of Miss Ederle's world mark.
Whilo passing out pointed re
marks remember the porcupine;
His only friends are other porcul
pines. . ;1
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C. F. DOANE,
1 1 Washington 3, Boston O
WASHINGTON,: D.. C, July 2.
L ( American). Washington
made it five. out of six by taking
the; final of the series from. Bos
ton today; 5 to - 6. . J -. j! .
- Score v ! ' ,i : R. II. E.
Boston . ........... . 0 2 1
Washington . i l .' , 'r , . 5 9 0
. Batteries ; Ferguson, MurphyS
and Picinich; Zanhiser and Ruel
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j r1 Detroit 2, Chicajio 1 i!
DETROIT, Mich., July J2.
(American ) .-Whitehall and ! Con
nelly fought a pitcher's battle .to
day Detroit winning 2 to 1 from
Chicago.- ; ;j
Score ' f R. H. E.
Chicago . . . . ..... 1 :7 1
Detroit ..... i i . . , 2 5 0
Batteries -Connelly and Wirtz;
Whitehall and Bassler.
Philadelphia 9-1, Xcw Voik .H-10
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., July 2.
, (American )J--After losing the
first game, 9 . to 8, New .York
came back strong and by timely
extra base hits, coupled with free
passes,' defeated Philadelphia, 10
to 1; in the second.
First game i R. H. E.
New York . .V, ... 8 11 2
Philadelphia ;. .. . ... 9 13 3
Batteries Shawkey, Bush.
Hoyt and Schang; Harris, Rom
mel and Perkins. 'V i
Second game R. H- E.
New York . .'I . . ...... 10 13 1
Philadelphia L..V J.. 1 8. 0
Batteries Pennock . and Hof
mann; Heimach, Hasty and Gib
son. : :,- '
St. Louis a, Cleveland 4
, CLEVELAND, Ohio, July, 2.
(American).- St. Louis interrupt
ed Cleveland's winning streak to
day by winning 6 to 5. ' i
Score R.MI. E.
St. Louis .... . , . . 612 1
Cleveland L . .Li,:.. 4 f 9 1
Batteries Danforth and Sever
eid; Metvier, Cheves and -Walters.
Community j Club 1 Staging
An Interesting Gathering
... The community; club of Stayton
extends a cordial invitation to Sa
lemites to come and celebrate with
them July 4. i They are going to
'have an pld-fashioned picnic and
celebration in the park there.
There, is an old swimmin hole in
the park, so those who care to in
dulge better, come prepared with
their' bathing suits.
There will be- various kinds of
water sports also, and the suits
might come in handy. .
Tlfe're will be something doing
all day. The Cherrian band Is go
ing over to furnish music and
there will be two ball games. Old
time races and sports are also on
the program, i
One most attractive feature will
be the open air dance pavilion
The community dub has had this
built at great expense because of
the exceptionally good flooring
used and those who know eay
there is probably none in the state
any : larger or better unless at
some of the resorts. Good music
is engaged and there will be danc
ing fbotb afternoon and evening.
All concessions on the groud
are run by the club and all money
received is to be used to. defray
the expenses of the celebration. .
The Women's club will sell cafe
teria lunch and as the club Is not
ed for its good cooks ;
"A good meal makes a merrier
heart. Than all your high aesthetic
art," is bound to prove true, f
Coffee will be furnished free.
Plan to spend the Fourth at
Stayton that thriving little indus
trial city on the Santiam paved
all the way. .
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Blood Volunteered to
Save Olympic Athlete
PARIS, July 2. Members pf
the American Olympic boxing team
and coach "Spike" Webb today
volunteered their blood v. hen they
were informed that a trans-fusion
operation might be necessary to
save the life of Patsy Ruffallo,
New York school boy member of
the team, who has been confined
in the American hospital fr sev
eral days as a result of internal
hemorrhages caused by body
punches during the training.
It is unlikely, however, that any
members of the team willbe chos
en In view of the effect tho opera
tion might have on their own
chances in the Olympic competi
tions. : ' i
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American Champion Meets
English Woman ! Player.
in Wimbleton Finals
WIMBLEDON. Eng.J July 2.-4
All of the events in theiWimbledon
tennis championship" tournament
reached the semi-final stage today.
The women's singles were carried
P;to the finals through the re
tirement of Mile. Suzanne Lenglen,
world's champion, because of ill
ness, and the victory of Miss Hel
en j M. Wills, the American star,
over Mrs. Phyllis- Sattferthwaite. of
Great Britain; ;
Every: seat and every - bit of
standing room was occupied when
Miss Wills, playing j beautifully.
TEST I FR OM
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DAY AND ZOSEL
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JULY 4 TH
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who made this the decent place that
it is, in which to live, r
SATURDAY i 'tt: 1
the store will be open as usual, ready
togive the customaryj service; which
has made it possible to maintain the : 2
we I now enjoy.
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triumphed over Mrs. Satterthwaite
6-2. 6-1. The American will meet
Miss Kathleen McKane in the final
The American teams Vreached
the semi-finals in the men's dou
bles this afternoon. In the upper
half R. Norrls Williams II, and
Watson .M. Washburn defeated
Charles H. Kingsley cand J. C.
Masterman and will meet the
Alonzo brothers of Spain in the
next to the last rounds in the low
er , half. Vincent Richards . and
Francis T. Hunter beat - Max
Woosman and J. D. P. "Wheatley
of Great Britain and will', meet
Louis " Raymond and P. D. B.
Speece.of South Africa in the seml
finals. ' " . r-
Williams Is the sole American
survivor In the- men's singles.'. :
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