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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING,! JULY 31, 1924
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STIESMM PAGE OF LIVE SPORT NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE 1
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Scmi-Finals Reached in Sea.
bright Tennis i Tourna
ment By Californian
SEABRIGHT. N. J!, July 30. ;
With William M. Johnston of San;1
Francisco and Nathaniel WV.Nlles;
or Boston in one half and Howard .
and Kinsey of : California and J
Lucien Williams of Chicago in the
other the semi-finals Were reached
today in the Seabright invitation
tennis tournament. In advancing.
of Philadelphia 6-1.
6-3; Kinsey j
defeated Walter Wesbrook of Los
Angeles, 6-3. 6-3. and N'ilea scored
over Dean Mathey 6-2. 6-1.
Williams furnished; the upset of
..the 'day "by triumphing over "Har-J
vey Snodgras of Los Angeles, run-;
ner-up In the national city court:
championship after the hardest
fought match of the day at 12-14J
6-2. 6-K Both men playing under;
a hot sun. were almost exhausted
.when the final stroke was made. ,
BOYS ESTABLISHED FOR
Y. M. C. A ENCAMPMENT
(Continued from page 1)
.we eat?' 'Iky White hot-handed
me today and I am -going to get
.even. He Is a leader thia year
end he thinks he is cocky.
-When we passed through Till
amook yesterday' all the natives
came out to look us over. We all
1 CLUB PERCENTAGES
Won Lost Pet.
,Sa Francisco .
.Oakland . ...
I .on Angeles
a'urtland ... .
Won ; Lost
KU Louis ....
-r J I
N-w York ....--
' Hrooklyn .........
St. Uonis .......
" 1'hitadelphia ..
Plan now for winter comfort
by asking- for further informa
tion regarding the most econo
mical heating plant on the
market, v.1 -j
$79.60 and up
A le post, card brings the
Information without any obli
gation ,00. your part.
Silverton Blow Pipe
. Silverton, Oregon
Saturday, August 2, 101, t'onimcncin? at 1:00 Pi M. Sharp
4 Mile East of Fair Grounds; ; 14 Mile North of Silverton I load
J. L SCOTT, Owner
1 Manure Spreader
1 7-root Binder -
1 6-foot Mower . .
1 8-foot Rake
1 2-horse Wagon f
-1 1 -horse Wagon .1
1 Top Buggy
1 2-horseCultivator, ride or
. - walk '
1 G-tooth Cultivator
1 single Shovel Plow
1 3 -shovel Plow
1 Oliver Ghilled Plow M
1 Oliver Chilled Sulky Plow !
1 Spring Tooth Harrow -1
3-section Harrow r
1 Grain Drill
1 Lot Fence Stretcher '
1 10-gal. Wheelbarrow Sprayer
I Mt. Hood Fanlng Mill
1 Gasoline Engine ' ;
1 Feed Grinder
1 5-gallon Oil Barrel
1 30-inch Wood Saw t
1 6-foot Folding Saw i
1 6-foot Crescent Saw
1 Scalding Vat , i
1 Broad Ax I
1 Wheat Sack i
TERMS: 'All soms of,$20
months' time will be given on 8
proved security. ' , 5 1 y,
J. W. SCOTT, Owner.'
GET YOUR SALE DATE EARLY
Phone 578-1211-J -.
ftrpo, sotrra AMEIUCAK
FIGHTKTt, ARRIVES HERB
TOR BOUT WITH WILLS
Lookine fit and declaring he
would require about four weeks to
set . into shape. Luis Angel Flrpo.
Tecently landed: In New York for
his fight with Harry Wills the
stuck out our! chests and gave
them a veil. We axe soins: on a
short hike today and this after
noon the baseball schedule starts.
Tomorrow we have class la first
aid and life-saving.
"There are two new boys In
camp from Atlanta, Georgia Their
names &e& Bradford and Horace
Merry. They have a long south
ern drawl and: we. like to hear
them talk. They're dandy good
lellows and fine campers an J get
right in with the rest of the boys.
I will keep you informed of the
camp news." j ',
Gate Receipts are Won
By Silverton Ball Team
SILVERTON.! Or.. July 30.
(Special to The Statesman.) Af
ter winning from the night team
of Silverton a week ago, the Mon
itor baseball nine went down to
defeat Sunday at the hands of the
day team. The game was played
on the Silverton diamond with the
understanding that the winners
were to receive all gate receipts.
These were taken by the local nine
as the score was 13 to 4 in favor
of Silverton. Monitor had issued
a challenge on those conditions,
which was accepted. Hendricks
was manager for Silverton, while
Lane and Jensen made up the bat
tery. ' . , , . : .
TKXMS WIXXKU XAMED
VICTORIA, fc. C. July 30.
Finals of the j British Columbia
mainland mixed doubles lawn
tennis championship held over
:rora last week's tournament In
Vancouver, D.u C. were played
here today. Mrs. William Henry,
Los Angeles, j and Ray Casey,
San Francisco, defeating Miss
Winifred Suhr, San Francisco, and
Xcal 'Browa, I California. 6-3,
7-J. ; t
ZKYSZKO AVXS MATCH
LOS ANGELES, July 30. Stan
islaus 5 Zbyszko, former heavy
weight wrestling champion of the
world i defeated Demetry Martin
off. Russian ma,t man. after 10
minutes of grappling here tonight.
Martlnof t ; was thrown from the
ring, injuring a leg and was un
ab'e to continue. "Tdots" Mondt.
Colorado cowboy, defeated Nick
Velcof. Bulgarian . grappler, in
P.wo Ftra,?ght falls, gaining the
lirst in 38 minutes and the second
in 18 : minutes, ; "
1 Hog! Tamer
A lot of Chickens -Clod
3-row Corn Marker
Post Hole Digger ;
Chains, Forks, Scoop Shovel,
other things. N ,
J, Household Goods
Bed; Stead and Springs
Center Table and Heuting
Carpet Ironing Board
Hat; Rack Commode
Wool Cards and Lamps
S-foot Dining Table, 6 Chairs
Steel Range, Pans and Dishes4
Kitchen Table, Apple Pealcr
Washing Machine, Tub and
Boiler I i; b -Flour
Safe, 13-gal. Iron Ket-
tie,. ; - :: .;. . :
Fruit Jars, Two Egg Packers,
' one IS, one 30 dozen
Flat Irons and a lot of Other
Articles. 1 ;
and under cash; all over $3,0 six
per cent note with ap-
G. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer
v.-. .'.v. w yMbnaaahAh
Portland 4; Sacramento 3
PORTLAND. July 30. The'
Beavers celebrated the first day 1
under Frank Rrazlll, the third
baseman, as acting manager, by
hustling to another win from Sac
ramento today. 4 to 3.; Dave
Keefe was master throughout with
his big curve ball. In the ninth,
after two pinch hitters had filed
out he fanned Colonel Pick, pinch
ing for Thompson, on a low;urve.
The game divided Interest with
a fight between Jimmy Poole, the
Portland "first baseman, and a
spectator, which held up play for
10 minutes in the Sacramento
sixth. The sympathy of the crowd
was all with the ordinarily mild
Poole, who resumed play with a
plaster over his eve and made a
base hit. . j
Sacramento .... I
Portland . . . . . .
R. IT. E.
t 5 , ' 8 . 1
. . 4 9 2
Oakland G; San Francisco 4
OAKLAND. July 30. Oakland
made It two straight In this week's
series by defeating the Seals 6 to
"4 here today. . In the third the
Oaks scored five runs off six hits
and were never headed after that.
Score R. II. E.
San Francisco . . ; . . . . . 4 10 '2
Oakland ...... . ..... 6 10 3
Shea and Vargas; Krause and
Los Angeles 9; Vernon 5
LOS ANGELES, July 30. Los
Angeles came back at Vernon to
day with a 9 to 5 victory, evening
the series. The Angels won In
the ninth'when they bunched five
hits off Ludolph in two bingled
errors to score four runs. Court
ney started for Vernon but retired
in the fifth because of wildness.
Elmer Myers, who was hit hard
in the pinches by the Tigers, was
good enough to best Courtney and
Score I R. II. E.
Los Angeles ... . ..... 9 13 1
Vernon ....... 5 8 2
Myers and Spencer; Courtney,
Ludolph and D. Murphy., !
Seattle 12; Salt Lake O
SEATTLE, July 30. Seattle hit
three- Salt Lake pitchers for 14
safe blows for 12 runs while Vean
Gregg was keeping Salt Lake's 10
hits well scattered and shutting
them out. : Emmers, Seattle short
stop, hit a home run with the
Score R. II. E.
Salt Lake . 0 10 0
Seattle ... 12 14 1
O'Neil, McCabe, Thomas and
Peters; Gregg and Baldwin. .
Packers to Hear Report of
Special Committee; Dis
Reports on 'the best means cf
handling the situation in the
northwest will be offered by a
committee from tbei Northwest
Dried Fruit association, which
meets in Salem today. The com
mittee, which prepared the report,
consists of II. S. Gile, W. F.
Drager, Salem fruit packers; W..
H. Woods, manager of the Clarke
county (Wash.) association; W.i
H. Ehrman of Mason-Ehrman com
pany, Portland, and William
Fischer of the California Packing
corporation. .. The report will not
bind the packers, but will' be of
fered item by item for acceptance
or rejection. '
The packers will open their
meeting, at 11 o'clock at the
Drager Fruit company plant here.;
looking over the recent improve
ments.. Following this the busi
ness session will hi held at thdi
Marion hotel at noon. The packers
are expected to consider opening
prices at this time.
Recommendation o! the. oreani
ization of a cooperative prune ex-l
change with a governing body .f
seven members will be asked in
the report. Each of the seven;
districts in the northwest prune
districts wil have a representative
on this board. Should the report
be adopted, it would follow j that
the new North Pacific Prune ExT
chance would have to sell Ita
prunes without the assistance o
the Independent packers and thaj
the packers exchange would sign
up and organize' an entirely out
side acreage. ?
. Districts included on the gov
erning board, with one represent
tatlve each, include .Clarke county;
I Washington, district No. 1; Portf
land, district No. 2; Yamhill
county, district No. 3; Salem, disi
trict No. 4; Dallas, district No. J j
Eugene, district No. 6, and Doug
las counyt, district No. 7.
CIUQUI IS WItECK
PARIS, July 30. A report waj
received here late today thot Eu
gene CriquI, former world's feath-f
erweight champion, had been seri
ously Injured in an automobile ac
cident near LIgneres. in the de
partment of Orne.- The report ha$
not been confirmed. j
FRUIT MEN MEET
IN SALEM TODAY
MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES
St. Louis O, Philadelphia 8
PHILADELPHIA; Jiily 30.
(National.) Coming from be
hind iii the eighth inning, St.
Louis today tightened Us grip on
Eixth place by defeating Philadel
phia, Sj to 8, in a game featured
by a Cardinal triple play, Horns
by's 14th home run of the season,
and Sherdel's excellent relief
Score R. H. E.
St. Louis . .J.... .... . 9 1G 2
Philadelphia . ....... . 8 11 1
: Sherdel, Dickerman and Gon
zales; Ring, Ulubbcll, Bctts and
Brooklyn O, Chlcaso O
BROOKLYN, July j 30. (Na
tional.) Burleigh Grimes regis
tered his first shutout of the sea
son today when he held Chicago
to five hits and beat the Cubs in
the opening game of the present
series, 6 to OJ I :
Score. j R.
Chicago ... ........ . 0 .
Millstead. Wheeler and
nett; Grimes and Tayloi".
PitfMbursh , Xew ork 3
NEW YORK, July 30. (National.-
Claude Jonnard started
his second game since he joined
the -.ew York club in 1921 and
was defeated,! Pittsburgh defeating
the Giants here today ,by a score
of 6 to 3. I
Score j R. H. E.
rittcV.,,rrfi K 1 '
. . j.i II 1 o ........... v "
New York . ... . . 3 12
Cooper and Smith
nard and Snyder. ;
Bo.4ton 3-0, Cincinnati 2-:t
BOSTON, July 30- (National.)
Boston won two games from
Cincinnati. 3! to 2 and 6 to 3, to
day. Felix hit the .first ball
in the first
run to right
game for a
center,; ' ; . ;
Score (1st; game):
Cincinnati . .1. , ,
Boston' . .
: Benton and Sandberg;
grave, iCooney and O'Neil.
' Scoro (2nd game) R.
Bo-jtoni .... J. ... : .... 6
Sheehan and Sandberg;
Henry Ford Celebrates
- 61st Birthday Yesterday
DETROIT. Mich.. ... July 30.
Henry Ford celebrated his 61st
birthday today away from Detroit.
His business j associates professed
complete ignorance of his where
abouts and he was not seen around
any of the Ford plants here. Last
night he slipped awair from 'his
Dearborn estate in an automobile
for an unannounced destination.
It was' asserted.
Mr. Ford, it was announced, was
pronounced in excellent health
when he submitted-to a physical
One Killed; 27 Injured
In Express Train Wreck
NEW YORIv, July 3 ). A wom
an was killed and 7 persons were
Injured. 12 of them seriously, late
this afternoon when several cars
of an s'expres3 train oh the Long
Island! railroad jumped the rails,
one ot them sideswiping an eloo
tric locomotive on an adjacent
track at Woodside. L. I. The
seriously Injured were brought to
the Pennsylvania station in a
special ambulance train and then
transported to Bellevue hospital-
JERSEY HERD SALE
Crandall & Linn are
Bidders;; Top Price
i Is $1600
Twenty-six head of Jersey cows
sold for $10,745, an average of
$413.26 a cow, at the G. H. Dam
mcier j Jersey herd auction in
Portland Wednesday, according to
K. A. Rhoten. sale manager of the
Pacific Homestead, who returned
to Salem last night. The sale was
attended byi nearly . . 350 of the
prominent Jersey dairymen and
breeders of the northwest. ,
Jesse Brown, of jWoodenville,
Wash., paid the top price of the
sale, with a bid of $1600. The
contending bidder was Crandall
&: Linn of Salem, who offered
$1575. This firm was a hevy
bidder throughout the auction and
purchased a number of top priced
Lcows.i winard Bosnoim, or jjor-
ing, Ore., paid the second highest
price,! giving $900 for a cow. A
feature of the sale was the rur
rhaee of a baby calf, born in April,
by B.l C. Altman, of Cresham.
Mr. Dammeier. having disposed
of his herd, expects to leavo for
Europe in about a month and will
visit the Island of Jersey, where
he expects to purchase and import
about 60 cows. ?
Cleveland 3; Philadelphia 4.
CLEVELAND, July 30 (Amer
ican. ) Cleveland defeated Phila
delphia today 5 to 4.
Uhle's pinch hit scored
ning run. . '
Philadeiphla ....... .
G ray, D. Burns and
4 11 2
5 12 3
Smith, Shaute and Myatt,
1 Washington 7; letroit 4. :
'DETROIT, July 30. (Amer
cani) Walter Johnson; who start
ed the game for Washington here
today. hita hbme run over the
leftj field fence, scoring . Bluege,
who had singled ahead of him in
the! second inning; for the first
two! runs of Washington's, 7 to 4
jvictory over Detroit. It 'jwas the
Tigers' third defeat In four
Score i . . R, II. E.
Washington ... . . 7 10 .2
Detroit 4 12 1
Johnson,' Marberry and' Ruel;
Whitehill and Bassler.
Chicago 7; Boston J.
CHICAGO, July 30. (Ameri
can!. ) Chicago staged two rallies
in the eighth- and ninth innings
and defeated Boston 7 Jo 6, in the
first game of the series'.
Score R. H. E.
Boeton ,6 13 .0
Chicago 715 1
Ehmke, .Quinn, Ferguson' aud
O'Neill; Conally, Ljyus "arid
, Rain Halts Game.
New York at St! Louis; rain. '
. I Give $280,000 Rebate
i'-"- ' 1 j
KNOXVILLE. Tenn, July. 30.
Knoxville taxpayers Wednes
day1 were awardede a rebate of
1. per cent; on their 1924 taxes,
paid and unpaid, the total amount
ing to about $280,000, out of the
surplus revenues accumulated
under the city manager govern
ment fn the, fiscal year that be
gan October 1, 1923. i
This is so far as is known, the
first time any city in the United
States 'or elsewhere has declared a
dividend to tax payers.
! CJAS PRICE CUT
OMAHA, Neb., July 30. The
Sinclair, standard and Nicholas
Oil c ompanies cut the rate of gaso
line here today from 13 to" 13
cents, a municipal station and one
other has been selling at 13 cents
while another has been as low as
11 cents. ; i
8 Days of Real
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
Just 30 suits in Lot, size 34 to 40, values to $30 to close out
You can't afford to miss this if we have your size in lot-
All STRAW HATS
Entire Stobk of
See Our Windows Let Us Show You.
Lower Columbia River Com-
ing Here for Return Game
With Local Team
With Astoria: here Sunday and
the fast Kelso nine of the Timber
Wolves league coming August 7
and 8, the Salem Senators have
three good games to offer local
fans. Outside of the strictty pro
fessional teams In Oregon and
Washington, the Kelso players
have the strongest aggregation in
The Senators defeated the As
toria team in a game earlier this
season, winning by a score of 4 to
1. The Astoria players came back
and won over both Kalam and
Longview by good scores. It Is
expected that they will offer a
good brand of ball here Sunday.
NOT BE ELECTOR
Michigan Governor Confi
dent People Do Not Want
House to Choose
WASHINGTON, July 30. Be
lief that the voters of the country
would not .permit .such circum
stances to arise as would make
necessary election of the next
president by congress was ex
pressed here today by Governor
Alexander J. Groesbeck of, Michi
gan. "The people of this country will
not stand for the coming election
being thrown into congress,"
Governor Groesbeck said. "They
will- not spend the time, money
and energy usually required in a
national campaign and then see
the election go to congress and
finalyl have the senate select
some one for president they
would never have voted for under
any circumstances for that high
. The Michigan governor made
his statement after an hour's con
ference .with President Coolidge.
Mr. Groesbeck said he had
given Mr. Coolidge most encour
aging news as to republican suc-
I cesses in his state.
and Young Men
To make room for our Fall Stock we must close
Spring and Summer: Clothing: fat the greatest
416 STATE STREET
TO GREET FLIERS
Smith, and Companions to
Given Huge Ovation;
SEATTLE, July 30 When
Lieutenant Lowell H. Smith and
his companions ofrically end their
27,000-mlle globe encircling trip
here some time between August 15
and io, they will .receive the
greatest welcome "ever staged oy
the Pacific j northwest,- today an
nounced Major A. A. pies, assist
ant secretary of the Seattle Cham
ber of Commerce.
Each army aviator of the aeria1
armada will receive an engraved
gold watch as a gift from the com
bined (American Legion posts of
Seattle, it jwas stated. Arrange
ments were also being made vo
combine the celebration with
An I invitation from the local
chamber tojOrville Wright, father
of aviation,! was sent today, to his
home tin the East. - It was stated
Apply at once for
t m & E
In the most up-to-date, and fire-proof
garage in Salem
Space for Ten Cars -
The Best Wash
MacDonald Auto Company
Sulphite, and Manila Wrappings, also Butchers Wrap
pings. Adding Machine Paper, . Greaseproof, Glassine,
Drug Bond, Tissue Screenings and Specialties.
Sayings for Meh
ir Clearance of
To Close Out
Kegular $2.50 to
; $5.00 :
Cascade and Columbia
j . i Knit
Buy That Suit Now.
that if Wright, accepted he would
participate in the celebration as
an honor guest witnessing the fin
ish at the world's first around-the-world
airplane flight. -
KOOSEVELT DECLINES POST
NEW YORK. July 30. After
an extended conference with Clem
Shaver, chairman -of the demo
cratic national committee, Frank
lin D. Roosevelt, who was one of
the men considered for the posi
tion of eastern campaign manager,
announced tonight that he would
not be connected with the presi
dential campaign in an official
capacity. He said, however, that
he would do "everything in my
power to bring about the election
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