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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY. 24, 1924
SM!l LIVE SPORT NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE
V PAVILION IS BURNED
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PdTin'g of several hundred cattle
- In .outlaying pens to the quick
action of William Burns, superin
ieadent. "With flames overhead
and with the smoke so dense that
breathing was -difficult, he sitc
reeded, with a small group of men.
in opening the pates and driving
the cattle to a place of safety- :
The exposition will be held In
November In spite of the fire, de
clared O. M.' glummer, general
manager of th4 Pacific Interna
tional Livestock exposition. It is
probable that work will be start
ed at once on j a new structure.
Mr. Plummer made the announce
ment today after, a telephone con
versation with fa'. A: Stuart of
Seattle, president. The building
was covered by $350,000 insur
Employes of the shingle mill
discovered the -. fire which is
thought to havle started from a
refuse burner near the establish
meat." The drj condition of the
buildings of thej plant and the fact
i that a stiff breeze from the slough
of the Columbia river on which it
li situated made It impossible to
attempt to control. Thirty work
men escaped without injury. The
loss to the plant is said to be ful
ly covered by insurance.
Fine of $155,712 Levied
0h Ship for. Narcotics
A fine of $156
(Wash., July 23.
to 125 ' for each ounce of nar
cotics recentlyi said by federal
agents to have been smuggled
iota the city aboard the steamer
George Allen, . jbas ; been assessed
against the vessel, John W. Dol
Bon, newly appointed immigra
tion inspector (announced today;
At lbs time of the narcotic seizure
two Chinese and one white- man
were arrested aboard a train near:
Chehalis, Wash:, en roue to San
Franfisco. Thel narcotics were in
six trunks on the train, i
EUGENE SWELTERS AT 08. j
. EUGENE. Ore.. July 23. For
the second time this summer the
temperature in - Eugene today
reached 98 degrees, the hottest
recorded in a' number of years, j
Just ask ibr the Low
Price on your size
Silvertown ' Cor d
and . remember it's a
Goodrich; Product. .
Parker St Co,"
i Ira Jorgenson
.. ! W.tLTrumm
Lone Star Service Station
" t V. E. Newcomb
'T" ' Ci M Robinson
-BEST 1M THE I.ONO RUN'
fr it Off
;i r il ir
, . k pj;-
SAN FRANpiSCO, Ju.'y J23.
Portland's -three run lead , In the
first inning was quickly overcome
by the Seals who scored four runs
in their half of the frame and
won, 11 to 4. .Winters was wild
and passed three men in a row
forcing in the fir3t run before 'a
man was retired. Winter's was
knocked out ! of the box! in the
fifth when the Seals scored six
runs on five hits. "Fourfiugered"
Keefe, recently secured from li!
waukee replaced Winters and held
the league leaders to one run.
Score J R. H. E
. 4 14 1
.11 15 1
Oiin r ittiitiBtg 4 .... .
Winters. Keefe and
Shea and VelleJ
Oakland J2; Salt liako (
. SALT LAKE CITY. July 23.
Oakland won easily (rom Salt, Lake
today 12 to 6. In the fifth inning
Edwin Goebel, 'outfielder for the
visitors, made a circuit drive with
the bases full, f Six, homers were
made during the same, two of
them by Outfielder Arlett of the
Oaks. - j ; -
Score R. II. E.
Oakland i 12 13 1
Salt Lake .... U . ... . 6 15 0
, Boehler and - Reed; McCabe,
Mulcahy and Peters, Cook, j !
2Los Angeles 4; Seattle 3 i
LOS ANGELES. July 23. LOs
Angeles made it two straight over
Seattle by winning today's game
I to 3. The Angels bunched hits
off Bagby in the fifth and sixth
innings to score all four of their
runs. Durst featured for Los An?
geles with our hits in four times
at bat, driving over the winning
run in the sixth inning.
Score i : T R4 H- K-
Los Angelea . , . L . ... 4
: Bagby, Steuland and E,
wn; Crandall and Spencer,
Vernon 6; Sacramento 5
SAC R A MENTO, July 23.
Sbellenbach managed to weather
the storm Joday and turned in a
6 to ' 5 verdict over the fighting
Colons after; quite a Tbattle. Er
rors on the part of both teams
figured largely in the- scoring.
Ochang and t. Murphy, the catch
ers, with three for five lead in the
R. H. E.
Shellenbach and J. Mufphy;
Hall. Thompson and Schang.
FOUIC DAUGHTERS DROWN
NATCHITOCHES. La.." July ?3.
- Four daughters of K. K. Chest
hut of - Natchitoches, ranging In
age from 10 j to 24 'years, were
drowned while, bathing ) in : Lake
Natchitoches, i "The three; older
girls were drowned while trying
to rescue the younger sister, f
WINNER OF WOMEN'S' OLYMPIC
hi f: -.v ) 3 " : Cv m
I : x 'S '
: !.'; i Ay ' v'w- '
. . ) . ; i j" : - y
: ! - . ' A jl r. j
1... - j - :J j miss 1
I VAiv ! Play,ng wlth calm and steady
v' - I WI LLc assurance, which marked her vie-
I V '--x
MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES
o j o o o o.
iNew York 3; Cincinnati 1.
CINCINNATI, July 23. (Na
tional. ) New York secured: ah
even break in the four i game
series with Cincinnati by winning
thej final contest today,: 3 to I,
McQuillan held Ihe home team to
three hits the only run coming
in oil Rixey's 'double and two long
flies in the sixth inning. Three
straight hits and an out gavej the
Giants two runs in the first; in
ning after which Rlxey pitched
great ball. The third tallyTwas
"due to a wild throw by Fowler
and hit by McQuillan in the ninth.
Score R. It. K.
New York . . ......... 3 1 (j 1
Cincinnati . . . .. . . . -. . 1 3 2
McQuillan and Snyder; Rixey
and Hargrave, WIngo. I
Cldoajjo; Iloston 2.
Score ,. , R. "u. E.
Boston ..... . . ....... 2 It 1
Chicago f i ... w .... i . 5 9 0
Barnes. Gaston f and O'Neil;
Kaufmann and Hartnett. t
I'hiladelphia 8; St. Loui ..
Score R. II. E.
Philadelphia 8 9 1
St. Lou id f. . ; . . ., . . . . . 5 12 2
Carlson- and Henline; Stuart;
Sherdel and G6nzales . .
Brooklyn 4; IMttsburgh- 3.
Score . ; R. It. E.
Brooklyn ; . . .......... 4 lg 3
Pittsburg!) . . . . . . . . 3 10 ;1
Decatur, Doak- and Taylor, De
berry; Cooper and Smith.
Grain Merger Declared I
Grain Trade Combination
CHICAGO. July 23. Thatj the
contemplated merger of five large
grain elevator companies inj the
country is "simply-a combination
of grain trade interests and, not
in any sense of the word a cooper
ate marketing association of farm
ers' was the opinion voiced1' today
by conference of wheat growers
here, the conference, called fey
Frank O. Lowden, chairman of the
National Wheat Growers advisory
conynittee Included representa
tives of the state-wide wheat pools
o; Oklahoma, Texas, Indiana and
North Dakota and a number of
leaders in j the national coopera
tive movement. ' T I
HEAT CLAIMS aCTI.MS
I CHICAGO, July 23. Four per,
sons were overcome fey heatipros
tration, one man was drowned
while seeking relief from the hot
weather in Lake Michigan and an
other man died of heart disease
believed to have been induced by
the heat while- the mercury climb
ed to 9 0 at 4 o'clock here today.
Still, , billboard people have a
sense of beauty or they couldn't
pick out the best views .tp ob
struct. - - !. ?-:'"
O f O " .;!;. O ' O
San Francisco 11; Portland 4
- New York 4, Detroit 3
NEWjYORK. July; 23. (Ameri
can ) . The New York Americans
stopped I Detroit's winning streak
here today when they won a sen
sational eleven inning victory 4
to 3. Ruth won the game when
he lifted; Dausa' second pitch into
the right field bleachers for his
twenty-njnth home ; run. Dauss
had just entered tbe game as a
successor to Collins." It was the
fourteenth. home run bat Ruth has
hit off Dauss.
Score R. II. E
Detroit t. .. : .l. ... . 3 11 4
New York 4 9 1
Collins, Dauss v and Bassler;
Shawkey, Gaston and Schang.
Boston 10, Cleveland 12
BOSTON. July 23. (Ameri
can). Boston defeated Cleveland
16 to 12 today, the visitors using
six pitchers and- Boston four
Burns made two home runs, each
with a 'man on base. He also
doubled twice. Stephenson had a
perfect bat record with two sin
gles, two doubles and a sacrifice
: Score4- 1 : ' ;':,!" ' H. E
Cleveland .;. . .12 19 3
Boston 1C 20 1
Coveleskle, Metevler, Roy,' W.
Clark. Cheeves. Brower and L
Sewell, j Myatt; Fuhr, Ferguson,
Quinn, Ehmke and lleving.
St. Louis 7, Philadelphia O
j PHILADELPHI. 3 July 23. -
(American). Urban Shocker
hurled the St. Louis Browns to
their third straight 'victory over
Philadelphia today, "shutting the
Athletics out, 1 to 0. St. Louis
founded Grey who started for the
Athletics, for five runs including
triples ; by Tobin and Jacobsen
that scored four runs and more
than proved enough to win.
Score 7 R. II. E.
St. Louis 7 12 0
Philadelphia . . ... .... 0 9 1
Shocker and Severeid; Gray,
Burns, Rommel and Perkins.
Washington 4, Chicago 2
WASHINGTON, -Jttr 23.-
(American). Washington scored
its third victory of the series with
Chicago today, winningg 4 to 2.
The Senators got their runs in the
fourth inning with three singles
and two bases on balls off Faber.
mixed with two wild throws by
Score R. II. E.
Chicago 210 3
Washington ... ... 4 7 1
Faber, Cvengros : and Crouse;
Marberry and Ruel. -
MacIiAREX COMPLETES TRIP
TOKIO,; July 23. (By the As
sociated Press ) . -A. Stuart Mac
Laren.i ' the . British' around the
world flier, arrived at Murakami
bay, Paramashiru Island, Kuriles,
at 7:30 this evening from Toko-
tan bay.'Uruppu island.
torious progress in the Olympic
tennis play. Miss Helen. Wills,
American champion, last week de-
Mile. Vlasto, a French .girl.
finals. By virtue of that
victory Miss Wills attained the5
, ' women's Olympic singles crown.
It was the' second crown for the
California girl, who won the worn--.
en's doubles with Mrs. Wrightman
: . r the day previous. ,
Ormbreck Home Entertains
I Silverton Young People
SILVERTON. Or., July 23j
(Special to The Statesman. )-
Monday night a number 'of young
people gathered at the Ormbreck
home In Nori h Silverton i at the
invitation of Miss Valborg Orm
breck, hostess of a pleasant party.
G nests Included Miss Agnes Dah
len; j'Miss Hazel' English, Miss
Ethel Larson. Miss Marcella Ene
woldson. Miss Jordis Kloster, Miss
Myrna Sather, Miss Ingaborg Gop
lerud. Miss Esther Larson Harry
Larson, Clayton Benson, Amos
Benson, Victor Sather, U Bennle
Roisson, Carl Thompson.; . Merle
Larson, Harold Kloster and Alvin
Legard. ; V ! . V
Carpentier and Tunriey
Clash in Match Tonight
NEW YORK, July 23. Geor
ges Carpentier French light heavy
weight, and'Gene Tunney, Amer
ican lght heavyweight champion.
concluded their training today for
their scheduled 15 round match
at the Polo grounds tomorrow
night. Each tipped the scales tin
der j the 175 pound weight limit.
They are in the best of shape
for the match.
.Carpentier, 30 years old, meets
Tsnney, 26. a fighter whd exceeds
him; in height and reachTffhe oth
er, physical; measurements - being
virtually the same.
Tunney is a stiff left-handed
puncher while Carpentier is more
agile with his right than his left
hand. . ":'.;': ; f
LOGGERS FORCED TO FLEE
IIOQUIAM, ; Wash., July 23.
Wynoochee River Valley Lumber
company loggers In Camp No. ' 4,
located on the Wynooche river
about 25 miles north of here, were
forced to flee for their, lives to
night on account of a serious' for
est fire threatening the icamp, ac
cording to ; meager reports tele
phoned here. : , ?
V ...... .... " X
In all our experience
we have found nothing
that equals AGEING
IN WOOD to ripen and
- la Liggett Cr Myers Toiacco.Ck
RACING CARS ARE ENTERED
o o o o o o. : o o
FOR BIG SATURdAY EVENT
1 The Salem track is now being pet in the best condition
for the races to be held July 26th land the public is now
assured that there will be no dust and records may be set.
Entries have been received from all plrts of the country, and
drivers are now busy, tuning up theirjcars'for this event. H In
1919, a record was set of 25 miles m 22 minutes flat, this
being a world record. which still stand's. Officials chosen are,
Bert Pendergrass, referee; Frank Irwin,-starter; technical
board consists of H. G. Gaussen, Bert hee, A. W. Cheney.
Timers will be George W. Bingham, Lloyd Frost, and George
Adams.". ' fl ' r-.-,: i-
Invitations fiave been sent to
Mayor Baker I of Portland and
Mayor Giesy o Salem,. and Gover
nor Pierce, who has accepted our
invitation and will be present at
this racing meet. T. A. Raffety."
state traffic officer, has also ac
cepted ah invitation. A. II. Lea.
formerly secretary of the Oregon
state fair board, will also be a
guest, '' I ? :
Cars entered are as .follows:
Marmon special No. 27, Pat Reed,
driver; H. V-'S. special,1 No. 28,
H. V. Reed driver; Essex special.
No. 22. Ewing driver; Dodge spe
cial No. 29, iMcClellan driver:
Frontey Ford No. 21, Bill Doziet
driver; "Frontehac special No. 2.
George Smith (the Flying Swede)
driver; Duesenberg special No. 8,
George Lott driver; Fronty Ford
No. 9; Stewart McKle driver; Dan
Voss special No. 7, Dan Voss driv
er; Essex special, Patty Motor Co-
Ira Cook ' driver; Roof special.
Patty Motor Co.; Essex special No.
7. Clark , Walker. Mark Orwin
driver; Dodge special No. 1, Mouse
Other entries are expected dur
ing the day, and entries will close
July 25. Frank E. .Watkins, AAA
official, will he present, as will
Guy E. Dickinson, AAA official,
will officiate at this meet.
It will be the intention of the
management Qf the Oregon Race
- I ir - .-: ', i i:'- .
Drivers' association to use' all pre
caution to- protect drivers and
cars, and the AAA official will
havo the power at any time to
stop ariy. race when track becomes
dangerous to drivers. j
Tile jprogram is as follows:
Milelagainst time. Free tq'all
183 leubic: Inches or under, 10
cubic Inches or over, 10
183 cubic inches and under, four
miles f to .determine position for
event No. 6. i -
483 cubic Inches or over; four
miles, j ? 1 1 " . j
Two fastest : cars of events 4
and &v making 4 cars to start
five miles. . i , .
Thij event Is to be the feature
event of the day, and will de
termine which cars are the fast
est, the 183 cubic inch or under,
or the 183 cubic inch and over.
Frep for all 2 a miles. '
HEAT WAVE CONTINUES
NEW ORLEANS, La.. July. 23.
- All j records, for continuity of
heat have been broken here with
the ; thermometer registering as
high as 98 degrees on three con
secutive days. Continued ' warm
weather was forecast.
lis twice a& much ftin
: to 16U:biif with Velvet,
i Cut to roll just right.
cabicsi roumg cooacco
made. And oh boy, how
good it tastes I
' i BASEBALL
Friday, Saturday,' July 25-26
j 5:30 P. M.
Salem Senators vs. Longview
t Sunday, July 27
Doernbecker Club vs. Salem '
i Senators; 3 P. M.
Motor Company Employee
Pleads Guilty to Assault
SILVERTON, Or,. July 23.
(Special to The Statesman.,) C.
Jarvis, employe of Patty Motor
company, pleaded guilty and paid
a fine for a charge of assault and
battery at a hearing Monday be
fore P. L. Brown, justice of the
peace of Silverton. A dispute on
Saturday between Mr. Jarvis and
T. N. Love led to blows in which
Mr. Love is said to have received
the worst of the encounter. A
bill which the motor company was
attempting to collect from Mr.
Lovel was the cause' of the trouble.
The matter was settled by Mr. Jar
vfg to his own satisfaction, but It
is not known Just what action the
I CLUB PERCENTAGES I
; ; I
Ran ' Francisco
Heat t Is !.........
I.o Angfla -Portland
- NATIONAL LEAGUE .
Vw Tork ...... ....... , 58 30
(irao ... ..t... 52 37
Brooklyn ... . 48 41
Pittsburgh 1... j. 45 41
Cincinnati r 47 4rt .
St', l.otiis .: -37 - 53
Philadelphia as 53
Boston . ... .....'...... 34 56
Won I ost
wirou , - uz
Waahing-ton .. .....,...... 52
St. Louis ..,... 45
Ohioago ..........e...v... 44
Cleveland. ; ... 41
Boston f- ; 40 50
Philadelphia '. &6 55