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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1924
IUAHEE CLUB TO
Eastmorland and Rose City
Teams Will Appear Here
v in September .
With a refreshing rain has come
a renewed spirit 'among the golf
era. The members of the team
are busy . developing their game
and the tournament committee ex
pects to have a series of inter
club tournaments ' beginning in
September. The vacationists will
all be back and the team prom
. ises to be a great .improvement
over those of the past. It Is alto
gether probable that there will be
a team of 24 men from which to
choose a 16-man team for the con
tests. The tournament committee
announces definite dates as fol
September 7, Illahee Country
clnb will entertain on its grounds
in a 16-man team match, the
Eastmoi eland Golf club of Port
land. .September 14, the Illahee
club will entertain the Rose City
club at Salem. September 21, Sa
lem will send a' 16-man team for
a return match at Eastmoreland
So far these are all the games
that have been actually scheduled
but several other matches will be
announced shortly. It is hoped
that the Illahee members will de
posit their score cards at the club
house with a little more frequency
in order that the tournament com
mittee may be able to choose its
team a little earlier In the season
so as to perfect team play, j
Not very many of the Illahee
members participated in the Gear-
hart .tournament but those who
did made a very good showing,
.especially Ercel Kay in the men's
tournament and Mrs. "VW M. Kline
in the women's tournament-
Considering the drought condi
tions during the past summer Mr
Sharkey has 1 accomplished won
ders in keeping the greens in such
Prince of Wales to
Visit U. S, and Canada
i LONDON Aug. 20. The Prince
ui ttiea 110.3 uu yuuuc ;ugage-
... ment of any kind durlngine brief
A period which remains before . his
, departure for the United States
and Canada. He will sail on the
r 1 Vll -
Berengaria next Saturday.
. Today Tomorrow
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Four Big f
MOST TIMES GKEAT
' Cfrtsrnit ; . -
A rim Na
A Merry Romance of
Peg o' the Mounted"
Coming Monday .
Sacramento 4. Frisco 3.
SACRAMENTO. Aug. 22. Kll
duff's third error of the day per
mitted the Solons to score the ty
ing run in tho eighth and Math
ews slashing single following
Hall's double with none out in
the fifth gave Sacramento its first
win of the series over the Seals
here today,-4 to. 3. ; -
Score! .- ;: ; a i R. n; e.
San Francisco . . ...... 3 9 4
Sacramento ......... 4 10 0
Griffin and Yell, Hall and Shea.
f Portland 6, Vernon 3. T:
LOS ANGELES," Aug. 22. Ver
non's inability to hit in the
pinches gave Portland a 6 to 3
victory here today, making the
series count stand two wins each.
The Beavers opened the game by
making two tallies in the first In
ning and held the lead through
out the remainder of the contest.
lthough the Tigers filled the
bases on several occasions.
Score j R. II. E.
Portland !.;....... ... 6 13 1
Vernon 315 1
Rachacland Schoran: Thomas.
Cruse and Hannah.'
Seattle 3, Oakland O.
OAKLAND, Aug. 22. Seattle
took Oakland into camp today 3
to 0. J
Score ! r ' R. II; E.
Oakland ...... 0 4 l
Seattle . J ........... . 3 11 1
Dell and Baldwin: Kunz. Mur-
chlo and Read. , .
Angels 18, Salt Lake 12.
SALT LAKE CITY. Auk. 22.-
Los Angeles evened up with Salt
Lake today winning 18 to 12. The
Angels made 2 3-hits, many of
them for extra bases. The Bees
made eight runs off Dumovich in
me first Inning but Ramsay, his
successor held them runless there
alter except in the eighth. Man
ager Krug was ejected from the
game for 'protesting a decision.
score R. h. K
Lqs Angeles 18 23 1
bait Lake ....... 12 18 2
Dumovich, Ramsay and Spenc
er; Singleton, Mulcahy, Thomas
ana reters. "
FIGHT IK FOLLETTE
TIUNTKCGTON, W. Va.. Aug. 22
-Dr. H. W. Evans. Imperial wiz
ard jof the Ku Klux Klan, in a
statement here today said that the
strength Jot the invisible empire
would be thrown against the presi
dential candidacy of Senator La
Follette of Wisconsin while a neu
tral stand would be taken in the
contest between President Cool-
Idge and John W. Davis, the demo
"La Follette is the arch enemv
of the country," the statement
said. "No man who endangered
the success of his nation in time
of war is fit to hold any office,"
much less occupy the position
through which the country must
stand or fall.
"Both iCoolidge and Davis are
nationals and Americans, aides of
the klan in the attempt to 'Am
ericanize; America' and for this
reason the klan will take no part
in the political struggle as far as
they are j concerned."
T NEW CORPORATIONS T
The following articles of incor
poration were filed yesterday with
the state corporation department:
Burlington Company, Inc-, Port
land; incorporators, Fred L. War
ren, Charles C. Rose, Ray Van
Loon; capital $10,000; realty
Oregon Draft oCntrol company,
ton, J. F. Alexander, Guy L. Wal
lace; capital, $50,000.
Notice of an increase in capital
from $5000 to $15,000 was filed
by the Automatic Fire Extinguish
er company of Freewater, Or. I
Lnder the blue sky act a per
mit was issued to Hawkins & Rob
erts of Salem to sell bonds in the
sum of $100,00(4
MA JOR LEAGUE GAMES
I New York ; Detroit H
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 22. (Nation
al). Rogers Hornsby's i consecu
tive hitting was ended : ant the
Cardinals lost their third straight
frame to the New York Giants ito-
day 6 to 4. Hornsby hit his 19th
homer of the season and his ninth
consecutive safety in, the first
inning, but on his second trip to
the plate grounded out. ;
Score R. II. E.
New York , . . . 6 10 1
St. Louis ........... J A 6 2
Nehf and Schneider; ; Sherdell.
Stuart, Fowler and Gonzales. ;
Philadelphia 3; Cincinnati .1
CINCINNATI. Aug. 22. (Na
tional). Philadelphia evened the
Beries with Cincinnati by winning
today 5 to 3 in 11 innings. The
Reds bunched four hits for their
Score ; i R. II. E.
Philadelphia .. . . . . 5 16 0
Cincinnati ...... .....3 10 3
Ring and Wilson; Donohue.
Benton, Luque and YVIngo, Har-
Chicago 7; Brooklyn 3 '
CHICAGO, Aug. 22. (Nation
al). Chicago broke its string of
scoreless games today, and smash
ed the offerings of Grimes for a
to 2 victory. Art Weis. out
fielder, purchased from Wichita
Falls, Texas league club, led the
attack with four hits, one a dou
ble, in four, trips to the plate.
Blake pitched In fine form.
Score- . R. II. E.
Chicago 7 15 1
Grimes, Roberts and Taylor;
Blake and O'Farrell.
) Pittsburgh 3; Boston O
PITTSBURGH, Aug. 22. (Na
tional). In a rather listless game
in which Cooper allowed only
three hits. Pittsburgh 5 shut out
Boston today 3 to 0. Only one
Boston player reached third base
and only two got as far as second.
Twice the Pirates were turned
back by the visitors in the first
inning and again in the fourth
after one run had been scored.
Grimm led the Pittsburgh attack
with three safe hits, one of them
a triple. .
Score R. II. E.
Boston 0 ' 3 0
Pittsburgh 3 9 3
Benton and O'Neil; Cooper and
Cabaret Ship" Admitted
To Have Been Mere Myth
NEW YORK. Aug. 22. The
17,000' ton floating cabaret ship
which - was reported to be an
chored beyond the 12 mile limit
off : New York and to have been
the scene of hilarious drinking
parties was admitted today to bo
a myth. :
The New York Herald Tribune.
which first printed the news con
cerning the imaginary ship in a
copyrighted article, will say to
morrow that the discovery was a
reporter's dream and that the re
porter has been dismissed : from
the staff of the newspaper. ;
I CLUB PERCENTAGES
PACITIO COA8T LEAGUE
Los Angeles ..
NATIOKAI. X.EAOTE "
Won Jvost Pot.
. 73 4.1 .630
N'ew York ..
St. i I.oni ...
St. j l.otiis . .
I Boston .
, SUNDAY .
7 r.ft .5TS
67 52 .563
65 53 .351
hi) H T 171
n-TpUnd Si ft a Aa
a . . 5 4 fi J
ol 64 .443
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NEW YORK; Aug. 22 (Ameri
can)! Detroit reduced' New
York's lead in the American
league race here today, winning a
hard i fought 12 inning game from
the world champions 8 to 6. De
troit won when Heilman singled
and $cored on O'ltourke's triple, a
line jdrive poorly played by Witt.
O'lloUrke then stole home.
Score R. II. E.
Detroit........... 8 13 5
New York . . . . . 6 14 2
Wells, Hollo way, Johnson and
l&ssler; Jones, Hoy t and Schang.
Boston 5; Cleveland 4
BOSTON. Aug. 22. (Ameri
can) Boston : scored its fifth
In Order to Accommodate
win Joe onown
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the series over Cleveland today, &
to 4. j Coveleskle passed Pinch
Hitter 1 Piclnich and Flagstead
wth two out in -the eighth.
Wambsganss doubled ' to center
for the two runs , the Red Sox
needed to win. " ; '. ? ; '
Score T' It. H. E.
Cleveland L. . . i . . .'. 4 10 2
Boston ....... 5 14 3
iCoveleskie. and Myatt; Fergu
son, Rosa and O'Neill;
rhiladrlphU 1.1; St. Ixiuis O
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 22.
rimprlcan). The Athletics made
it jtwo games out of three in thoir
series with the St. Louis Ameri
cans, slamming the offerings of
four pitchers today for a 13 to B
victory. , Nine rung were scored
the , locals in the first Inning
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straight vfctory and the third of.
At Both Theatres
Adults 50c Children 25c
i Afternoon and Evening.
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Davis, Lyons and; Pruett.
Rommell, pitching for Philadel
phia, eased up in the last inning
and yielded five runs.
Score It. II. E.
St. Louis 1 6 1 6 4
Philadelphia ......... 13 17 1
Davis, Lyons, Pruett, Grant and
Severeid, Collins; Rommell and
Bruggy. .. " ' ! ;
Only three games scheduled.
Sometimes1 it rests a person to
do something foolish. Then some
people must be rested I all the
time. ; , : : . '
. Boys will be boys, and girls will
be too in a few years, the way
things are going.
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ATRES Over SATURDAY
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RESULTS OF MEET
Delegates are Given Approv.
al as They Return From
j London Conference :
ROME. Aug. 22. (By The AP)
Whole-hearted approval of the
conduct of the Italian delegates
to the international conference in
London and of the work,' achieved
by the conference was given by!
the Italian cabinet today to three
Everybody from Everywhere
Performances will start
AT THE GRAND
at 2:15 and 8:00 p. m.
AT THE LIBERTY
at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00
Until Further Notice
''The Covered Wagon"
Will Show at the ;
I Liberty Theatre Only
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of its members who made state
ments on the London meeting.
The cabinet session, over which
Premier Mussolini presided was
addressed by Minister of Finance
De Stefan!, Minister of National
economy de Nava and Minister
of the interior. Federsonl.
The Italian delegates, the speak'
er said, believed that It was pri
marily necessary to insure the suc
cess of the conference to create an
atmosphere of greater reciprocal,
confidence, thus leading to a spon
taneous amelioration of relations
between the European nations.
You will notice that frequently
a golf bag on the front porth In
dicates unpulled weeds on the
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and 9:00 p. m.
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