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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JtJLY 23, 1924
STATESMAN PAGE OF LIVE
COAST AND MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES
THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM, OREGON
Krlxro 3; Weavers O
; SAN RANCISCO. July 22.
Shutting out Portland 5 to 0 In
the first gajne of the series to
day, San Francisco 'Rained one
game on Seattle, who lost to the
tail end Los Aneles club, 4 to 3.
Knocking out six hits in the third
inning, the Seals clinched the
game by scoring four runs. Elli
son hit a home run over the right
field fence scoring Kelly ahead of
him. Mitchell allowed but seven
scattered hits while Leverenz was
batted hard. j f
Score - i , R. H. E.
Portland ...... 4.... . 0 7 2
San Francisco ..I..... 5 11 0
Leverenz and Daly, Mitchell and
Yelle. ,y.j 1 j ' M:
Salt Lak 13;: Oakland . ;
SALT LAKE CITY. July 22.
Salt Lake took the opening game
from Oakland today 13 to 9. Both
Krause and Kallio were hit hard
and costly j errors permitted the
score to mount; t
- Score ' I R. H. E.
Oakland . . 9 16 2
Salt Lake . . . . .. .13 19 ;2
Krause and Baker; Kallio and
Cook. " I-
V AngHs 4; Seattle 3
LOS ANGELES, July 22. Los
Angeles' took the opening game
of the series with Seattle here to
day 4 to 3. Welsh's error allow
ing the tying run to score, follow
ed by "Tub" Spencer's double
gave the Angels the victory in the
eighth inning. j ' 1"
.' Score I ;. ' ' . R. H. E.
Seattle ........ i 3 i; .".7- 2
Los Angeles j.. ... 4 8 0
' Sutherland and E. Baldwin;
Payne and Spencer.
Sacramento 8;; Vernon 7
: SACRAMENTO, July 22. Bry
an, the Texas league rookie hurler
picked up by the Tigers, met with
Jiis first defeat in the five games
that be has pitched for the Vernon
outfit here today, 8 to 1 Hughes
bad but-little and soon lost his
three run lead when he walked in
two men in the third. R. Murphy
evened things up for the visitors
la the fifth w ith a double scoring
three men. ' Pick, pinch bitting
for Mollwitz in the ninth, scored
Koehler with the winning run on
r-single. ) - ' " I' - ' ;. 1
Score R. H. E.
Vernon . , 7 12 1
Sacramento 8 16 ,u
' Bryan and Hannah; Hughes and
'Koehler. i:j ' ' ' : !, . ;
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,,'vThere's always - a bright side.
When the ! home team, loses you
are not so hoarse next day. r
'.Friday, Saturday, July 25-26
"7 5:30 P. M.
"Salem Senators vs. Longview
: Sunday, July 27 -Doernbecker
Club vs. Salem
Senators. 3 P. M.
. They Wear Longer
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W, f . 'V
Smith & Watkint, f
Service r i Phone 44,
New York t; CimiiuiJiti 4
CINCINNATI. July 22. -- (Na
tional.) The New York Giants
went on a; batting sprees today,
knocking Donohue out of the box
in the second inning, hitting Shee
han. freely, and winning the third
game Cf the series from Cincinnati
9 to 4.
9 17 1
4 9 0
Gowdy; Donohue, Sheehan, May
ana Hargrave, jWingo.
Chicago IS; Boston 3-1
CHICAGO. July 22 -4-i Nation
al.)-; Chicago and Bostoi divided
a doubleheader: today, the visitors
taking the first 3 to
locals the second 8 to
First came R. II. E.
r ..... 3 11 1
L . . . - . -ill -3 1
McNamara and 0'NeiHi Keen,
Jacobs and Hartnett, OTarrell.
Second game ; R. H. E.
Boston .....' 1 8 0
Chicago , .U. .!. ...... 8 11 1
Stryker, Lucas and Gibson; Al-
dridge and Hartnett.
Philadelphia 5; St. Txui 2
ST. LOUIS. July 22. Nation
al.) The Philadelphia Nationals
came from behind again today and
defeated the Cardinals 5 to 2 in
the third straight game of the
series.' . . i ; , - J
Score j R. IL E.
Philadelphia .... ...'.! 5 .5; 2
St. Louis 2 12 1
Oeschger; Conch and Hcnline;
DIckerman, Dyer and Gotizalei.
Brooklyn 4; Pittsburg 1 I
pittsburg; July 22.-MNatio-
nal.)- Rain Interfered after the
Brooklyn Dodgers had ' scored
three runs ; in the fourth and one
in the fifth Inning, giving ;the
Dodgers a 4 to 1 verdict over
Pittsburg today. j I
Score ; i R. Hi E.
Brooklyn . . . 1 . ..... 4 4 0
Pittsburg ...... 1 6 ' 0
Osborne ,and Taylor; Morrison
Yde and Smith.
Vancouver Tennis Players
Will Be in Action Sunday
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Sunday afternoon the Salem
Tennis association players iwill
meet the Vancouver, Wash., rac
quet wielders oa. the state hospit
al courts, it is announced j by
Adolph Greenbaum, president of
the association. The matches will
begin at noon and . continue
through the day. x j
Members of the Salem team who
will meet the visitors are Paul
Rice, Alvin I Lennon, Ivan White,
and Francis Lutz. !
Four singles and two doubles
have been arranged for the tour
SACRAMENTO. Cal.,July 22.
Senator Hiram Johnson, returning
to California j today, declined to
discuss national politics declaring
It is too early, to predict or prog
nosticate - on the resultr of! the
campaign. He said he would give
his views on national politics af
ter a rest at bis home in San
Francisco. . : j ' ) -. . i ;. i;
KILLED BY LIVE WIRE
BELLINGHAM, Wrash.j July 22.
- Einer Larson, 38, was killed
instantly here today when he
seized a live wire which he mis
took for a length of loose cable.
He was employed in a Bellingham
lumber mill. U
Detroit 3; Nev York. 1.
NEW, YORK, July 22. (Amer
ican.) Detroit advanced into the
lead in the American league race
today, winning the second game
of the I series from New York
3 to 1.
; Scored R. II. E.
Detroit . .-. 3 7 0
New York 1 9 0
j Wells and Woodall; Pennock
Washington 0-4; Chicago 4t
! WASHINGTON, July 22:
(American ) Washington broke
even in today's doubleheader, the
former winning the second gam!
4 to 1, after being defeated in the
first, 4 to 0. t i i
I First game .j R. II. E.
Chicago 4 18 1
Washington . i . . . j . . . . 0 t i; 1
Thurston and Schalk; Mogridge,
Speece and Ruel.
Second game- R.- .H. E.
Chicago- 1 G 2
Washington .......... 4 10 1
Mangum. Cvengros and Crouse;
Ogden and Ruel. :
Boston 4; Cleveland 3.
BOSTON. July 22. (American)
-Boston after losing nine straight
games, defeated Cleveland today.
4 to 3, in 11 innings.
Score R. H. E.
Cleveland ( 3 9 2
Boston 4 13 1
Smith and. Myatt; Fullerton,
Ross and Picinich. , s
St. Iiouis 5; Philadelphia 3.
! PHILADELPHIA- July 22.
(American.) The St. Louis
Browns made it two straight over
Philadelphia today by scoring four
runs in the fourth inning and
chasing Hasty from the mound.
Scorer R. if. K.
St. Louis . ." 6 0
Philadelphia ......... 2 9 ; 1
j Vangilder. Lyons, Danfo th and
Severeid; Hasty, Harris, Meeker
and Perkins. i
Chicago Man Is Leading
CHICAGO. July 22. Out of a
field of 152 golfers who forced the
32 qualifiers to shoot 155 or bet
ter to enter the match play for the
western amateur champion-ship at
the Hinsdale Golf club, the" brieht
outstanding star wag f Arthur
Sweet of Edgewood.-Chicago who
won the gold medal with a score
This was two strokes better tha,n
bis nearest competitors, ! Frank
Iiyer of j Memphis, formerly metro
politan champion; James Manion
of St. Louis, trans-Mississippi
champion, and R. E. Knopper of
Chicagb, formerly Iowa champion,
scoring; 14 3 each. " HvH :
fANVTWINQ TO DO l j... C3 1 -Zj'Jt. - J 'oA ! I ot TUF ?iPm2MS - Jf Wt I- - SHT TO HELP i i 3W L it !
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Loca) Man's Son-in-Law
Has Reputation as Boxer
In tfie 10 or 11 matches in which
he participated. Jack Wise 'Of-Yakima.
Wash., and son-in-law of
John Williamson, of the Lone Star
service station on North Capitol
street has not lost once." Wise
was a recent visitor in Salem.
Saturday night Wise met - the
champion of northwest Canada
and obtained a draw, according to
word :received In Salem. He Is
now located at Nelson, B. C.
Wise weighs 196 pounds and
efforts so far to arrange a match
here have proved futile. William
son is anxious to see the young
man In action, as he has never
seen him fight.
Carpentier to Attempt J
! Comback With lunney
r GROUND IN CITY
(Continued from page 1
is beginning to break the; morale
of 'the rebels. .
Arminius T. Haeberle. the
American consul, is sticking to
his post in Sao Paulo. ;He re
ports that there have been no
American casualties. !
The I Steamer San ; American
left Santos today having on board
more than 100 American from
Sao Paulo. Some of , them are
going to Rio de Janeiro and
some to the United States.
NEW YORK. July 2 2.- Georees
Carpejntier, French heavyweight
will make one last endeavor to
re-establish himself as a light
heavvweieht f ithe ton ranks.
when jbe steps intci, the ring against
Gene ; Tunney. American light
heavyweight champion,, at the
nolo I grounds Thursday night.
Carpentier will enter the ring with
Tunney a favorite, but those who
have keen the French battler get
tine in trim at Great Neck, L. I..
predict that the Carpentier who
meets' Tunney will be a vastly im
proved fighter from the one who
was dropped for; the count at
Boyle's Thirty Acres in 1921. ,
, ! GETS WILDCAT BOUNTY
1 EVERETT, Wash., July 22.
Mrs. R. A. Pitak of Everett col
lected bounty today on a wild cat
that was killed when struck by
her automobile near Granite Falls,
15 miles east of this city.
Lowe, Great British Runner, Who Won 600 Metre
Olympic Event in Time Close to Worlds Record
! :J s f (' 1
The 800 metre run was the fea
ture event of the second day's
activities at, '.the Paris Olympic
games, A. G. D. Lowe.: represent
ing "Great Britain, had made a
gret impression on the Americans
when he ran in this country in the
Penn Relay Carnival and he was
the man nio.it feared by the
Yankee athletes. Lowe ran a great
race in France, coming through
near the end to win in the won
derfully fast time of 1 minute 52
2-5 seconds, which Is only;8-10 of
a : second behind Ted Meredith's
Firpo Signs Papers
For Battle With Wills
NEW YORK, i uly 22. Luis
Angel Firpo, South American
heavyweight, called on Tex Rick
ard tioday and signed final con
tract for his match with Harry
Wills!! negro heavyweight.
The contract i stipulated that
Firpo could ' not r fight for any
ether . promoter ( before meeting
Wills: 1 ; ' "
Taylor, Grinnell Runner, Sending U. S. Flag to i
1 Top of Olympic Games Stadium for First Time
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rhls photograph was made as F.
Morton Taylor, the Iowa collpgian.
was winning the 400 metre hurdles
in the new Olympic record time of
52 3-5 seconds.
day from his West Virginia home.
He immediately went into confer
ence with Cordell Hull of Ten
nessee, the retiring chairmanj but
had no announcement to make
concerning bis p!ans.
Government Will Receive
Washington Murder Case
TACOMA; July 22.' Late today
it wa found that Pierce county
officials whose investigations re-.
suited in the arrest of Richard
Connr on the charge of slaying
his wife, will have- to turn1 the
case bJver to the federal authorities
as it? has been ' established that
the crime was committed on the
military reservation. This reser
vation is under the Jurisdiction of
the federal government.
I CLUB PERCENTAGES
Sat rain en to ...
I .ok Afigeles i ..
Port la nU
Won Lost Pet.
flj . .491
r. 4 .491
Art - .4.-.1
60 i . .439
Nw Sort ....
St. LauiH ..
Boston - .-,
Won Ios. Prf.
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I.-troit . .!
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AMEBIC AN LEAGUE
. : Won Itht
JTfkst Aforind MatrUtonid
tattle with a thrill lit.
! Directed by
Fire Destroys threshing r
Outfits Near Walla Walla
WALLA WALLA, Wash., July
22. iTwo Walla Walla' farmers
lost their threshing outfits today
by fire. A hot box on a combine
on the Ben Grote; place set fire to
the stubble and the combine and
about; fifty acres of standing
grain; were destroyed. On the
Jerry: Beechinor farm this after
noon j a smut explosion caused a
fire which ruined :a thresher, a
derrick table and other parts of
the outfit and burned the outside
tiers of a pile of one thousand
sacks of grain, i
Clem Shaver Takes Over ' '
Job as Democratic Chief
WASHINGTON, July 22. Con
trol of the affairs and activities
of the democratic' national com
mittee was assumed late today by
Clem L. Shaver, who has been
selected as the new committed
chairman, upon his arrival late to-
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