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' V"; ! TI1B QREG0K STATESMAN SALEM, OREGON
, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1924 .
E OF LIVE SPORT
S FROM -EVERYWHEE
Bill Hunt and "Tiny" Hayes,
Heavyweights, in Semi--,
r I Windup Event
- In addition to-the main event
between Phil Bayes of Salem and
"Cracker" Warren of Oregon City,
featherweights, at the armory next
Wednesday night, Matchmaker
Harry Plant announces four pre
liminary events. Bayes and War
ren ! will go six rounds. All the
boys to appear have signed con
tracts. The curtain raiser will be a
four- round event between a cou
ple of scrappers not yet named.
Next "Red" Martin of Salem and
"Smckey" Thompson of Indepen
dence will go on for four rounds.
They; are welterweights. Thi third
preliminary will be a six-round
welterweight match between
"Spike" Crossan of Salem and Ed
die Co a tea of Dallas.' For the semi
windup Planf has signed up Bill
Hunt, the Salem fireman, and
"Tiny' Hayes : of - Independence,,
heavyweights, who will go six
Matchmaker Plant is confining
the entire card to Willamette val
ley; boys outside of Portland, and
believes this will add interest for
the first series of matches for the
season. -.; . . ,
In Memoriam Is Out of
Races With Game. Leg
CINCINNATI, Sept. 19. In
Memoriam, conqueror of Zev and
MOwn at Latonia last year, will
natgo east to engage in the sec
ond international at Aqueduct.
The rangy son of McGeej:ame out
of his race, last week slightly
lame. Trainer Bob Gilmore an
nounced today. As a result it is
tmt-'likely In Memoriam will be a
tlarter in the third international
it Latonia, , October 11, when
Kpinard comes west to race over
the i mile and a quarter route
fsalnst a field of America's best
distance horses. ' ,
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L09 ANGKLKS. Sept. 19. Jim
my Christian. , youthful " Tiger
twirled pitched shutout ball
against San Francisco here today,
and Vernon evened the series, two
games each, by taking the contest
2 to 0. After the first and sec
ond inning?, when the Tigers made
their tallies, the game was score
less. ; .
Score It. H-.E.
San Francisco i 0 5 2
Vernon . . . , . . . ....... 2 5 0
Williams. Crockett and Ritchie;
Christian and Hannah.
Oakland 0, Angels 3.
OAKLAND. Sept. 19. Oakland
made it three out of four when
they defeated j Los -Angeles here
today, 6 to 3, The game was a
seesaw ; affair j with Los Angeles
taking the lead in the sixth inning
on Durst' homer. Spencer's
double and .Krug's single. Four
runs were scored by the Oaks in
their half of the sixth, a freak
play occurring when Bratcher was
hit in the back by Whaley's throw
from right field to third. Bratch
er scored on the play when the ball
rolled into the dugout and Arlett
took third, f A double, a single, an
error byKrug and a sacrifice fly
accounted for three more runs, ii
Score. i it. II. E.
Los Angeles i.J.. .... 3 7 2
Oakland . .'; 6 C 2
Root and Spencer; Krause and
Baker. ; i
Seattle 7, Sacramento 1.
SACRAMENTO. Sept. 19. Vean
Gregg had everything on the ball
today and easily set the Solons
down, 7 to.ljj Ten hits were col
lected off bis offerings but they
were well scattered and one run
was ficored by the: Solons In the
last of the ninth after Gregg
eased up. " ; " ; ' v
Score j It. It. E.
Seattle 7 11 1
Sacramento 1 1 ....... . 110 3
,,- Gregg and E. Baldwin; Peters,
Johnson and , Shea.
Salt Lake 12-8, Portland 1 1-7.
SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 19.
Making two - sensational -. finishes,
Salt Lake today won a double
header, from Portland 12 to 11,
and 8 to 7. In the ninth inning
of the first; game, John Peters,
Salt ; Lake catcher, knocked the
ball out of, Jth.e lot for a homer,
thus winning for his team, and in
the second contest Perry, a re
cruit pitcher, hit a eingle which
scored the winning run in the last
frame. In the first contest the
Bees overcame a ten run lead.
First game R. II. E.
Portland ...... . . . . . .11 18 1
Salt Lake , . . . . . . .12 19 1
Bedient and Cochrane; O'Neill,
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New York 10; Cliirago 4 1
NEW YORK, Sept. 19. (Natio
nal. ) The New York Nationals
again increased their lead to one
and a half games here today, de
feating Chicago by a score of 10
to 4 while Pittsburg was defeating
Brooklyn. The Giants got off to
an early five-run lead In the sec
ond inning when ' they knocked
Blake out of the box. After Blake
retired Gowdy and Nehf with the
bases full, hits by Groh and Frisch
and a pass to young and another
hit by Kelly scored five runs.
New York continued to hit and
knocked out five more runs at
the expense of Wheeler, Blake's
successor. Groh injured his right
knee in the eighth inning when
he .slid into second base. While
Groh was carried off the field It
is not believed the injury Is seri
ous.: ' " : .
Score- R. H. E.
Chicago 4 10 ,1
New York ...... f 10 13 b
Blake, Wheeler and O'NeiL O
Farrell; Nehf and Gowdy. 1
HPItthurir 4; Brooklyn 3
BROOKLYN. Sept. 19. (Natio
nal) Pittsburg conquered Broofc
lyn today in the first game of the
duel between these pennant rival
and advanced to within a game of
the second place Robins. A crowd
of 15,000 saw the Pirates win," 4
to 2, In a , loosely played game.
Emil Yde was hit hard at times
but twirled effectively in ' the
pinches, aided by fine support,
and registered his fourth victory
out of five starts against the Rob
ins. Rube Ehrhardt started on
the mound for Brooklyn but . re
tired after being shelled for six
hits and three runs in four In
nings and Ernie Osborne held the
Pirates In check for the rest of
the game. Brooklyn, besides con
tributing to their own downfall by
loose play in the second inning,
missed several good opportunities
to 'score. The Robins bombarded
Yde for four hits in the fifth, fill
ing the bases with only one out.
but scored only once. A fine stop
by Wright on Brown's smash over
second ; base and Cuyler's running
catch of Griffith's fly were de
fensive factors that checked the
Score R. H. E.
Pittsburg . .. 4 11 '3
Brooklyn 2 9 2
Yde and Smith; Ehrhardt, Os
borne and Deberry. f
. . . . St. Louis 4; Boston 1
BOSTON, Sept. 19. (National)
Clyde Day pitched his first game
for the St. Louis Cardinals today,
held Boston to six hits and won
his game 4 to 1. Hafey's general
work was a feature, as was the
fielding of Hornsby. !
Score - R. It. E.
St. Louis ..... . ...... 4 8 0
Day and Shepardson; Graham,
Mulch, -Benton and O'Neill.
Cincinnati O; Philadelphia 5
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 19.
(National.) Cincinnati again
went Into fourth place today by
defeating Philadelphia 9 to ,5.
Score R. H. E.
Cincinnati .... ...... 9 14 1
Philadelphia 5 10 - 3
Benton, Dibut and Hargrave;
Glasner, Betts, Bishop, Wendel
Mulcahy and Peters. . ' r
Second . game R. II. E.
Portland . . . . 7 13 2
Salt Lake 8 17 - 0
(Seven innings by agreement.)
Eckert . and . Daly; . Perry , and
Cook. ' '
Washington 13; St. Iouls 9 ,
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 19 (Ameri
can.) By hitting six Brown pitch
ers freely and taking advantage
of four lucky breaks,-the Wash
ington teani took today's game
here. 15 to j 9 and thus regained
the undisputed lead of the Ameri
can league, due to the Yankees
defeat by Detroit. The Senators
started the game Tin hard hitting
fashion, batting Dixie Davis and
Vangilder from the box before the
side was retired v in the opening
inning. ; Fourteen men of the vis
iting team faced the three Brown
pitchers in jthis inning, in which
the Senators scored nine runs.
Two singles by McNeeley, one
each by GoSlin, Ricel Harris and
Judge, a double by Peckinpaugh,
two passes, a hit batsman and Mc
Manus' badj throw to the plate
gave the Senators a commanding
lead of nine runs in the opening
frame. -: Three more runs were
added in the fifth on four succes
sive singles by .McNeeley, Rice.
Harris and Goslln, a walk and a
hit batsman, One more score In
the seventh on a pass, a double
and a sacrifice and two more in
the eighth on two singles and a
double, ended the' visitors' scor
ing. ! m .
The Browns counted four of
their runs jin the fourth, when
Mogridge was driven from the box
and relieved by Marberry. Four
straight singles by Robertson,
SIsler. Williams and McManus.
and Gerber's double produced the
four runs. jOne each in the fifth
and eighthj and three v in the
seventh finished the Drowns' run
of scoring, j
In all, the visiting team col
lected 18 hts off the six Brown
pitchers. It was the first time
of th'j season Recruit Lasley was
called on by. Manager Sisler In or
der to help stop the enemy's bom
hard men t of! base hits, after Davis.
Vangilder, Lyons, Kolp and Grant
had failed to hold the Senator.
Score-- ' Jt. H. E.
Washington . . . ,: 15 18 4
St. Louis 9 10 1
Mogridge, Marberry, Grant and
Ruel; Davis. Vangilder, Lyons,
Koln. Lasley and Re go, Severeid,
Detroit 6; New York S
DETROIT, Sept. 19. (Ameri
can.) -A smashing finish that
drove Sam Jones from the box in
the eighth land brought the win
ning run home in the ninth on a
single off Hoyt, : resulted in the
defeat of the New York. Yankees
6 to 5 today, by Detroit. The de
feat dropped New York into sec
ond place. With the score tied,
Cobb started the winning rally in
the last of the ninth, grounding to
Dugan. The Tiger manager went
all the way to third when Dugan
overthrew jflrst . base. Heilmann
and RIgney; were purposely passed
and then Ilaney who entered the
game in the eighth to' run for
Pratt, singled Cobb home with the
deciding counter. ; - Cobb made one
hit during the game, bringing his
season's total to 199. "He needs
one more to break the record he
now holds jointly with Willie
Keeler of having; made 200 or
more hits in eight seasons.
Score R. H. E.
New York .... ...... 5 15 1
Detroit ... ...... . 6 12 0
Jones, Hoyt and Hoffman;
Leonard, Holloway, Wells and
Boston 5; Cleveland 3
CLEVELAND, Sept. 19. f Am
erican.) Boston! defeated Cleve
land today j 5 to 3 In 12 Innings.
The Indians used recruits in all
but four positions when regulars
were pressed into service In the
ninth when' the tribe tied the score
Yowell and Wingfield, the oppos
ing pitchers at one time, were
both Chattanooga team mates in
the Southern association.
R. II. E.
5 13 0
. 3 10 1
Wingfield. Ross and Heving;
Yowell and Walters, L. Sewell.
Philadelphia at Chicago; rain.
Football Team Will Be
Organized By Guardsmen
SILVERTON, Or.. Sept. 19.
(Special tjo The Statesman.)
Company of the Oregon nation
al guard will organize a football
team at a meeting to be held; next
Tuesday evening. It is reported
that the guard has some very good
material from which to choose,
and that the team will expect to
participate in some very real con
tests this fall, if
Record Is Set By
Bertucci at Yakima
YAKIMA, Wash.. Sept. 19 For
the second time in two days Bruno
Bertucci of Tacoma set a new
track record at the state fair to
day when he raced in first over
a field of six starters in the five
mile motorcycle 'event In 4 min
utes flat. Yesterday his time of
4 mlnutesj 9 3-5 seconds, set a re
cord for the track. The races Are
a feature of the harvest home fes
tival program. :
! CLUB PERCENTAGES
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
i. Won. t,nst. Vet.
Ran Prnciwo 03 77 .547
ffeattto - 79 .M3
Oakland ..i.; H9 82 ..V-'0
VVrnon 85 85 .500
Rait Lak - . ; 84 80 .404
I ,os Angelr . ....... 8: 87 .4HH
PortUnd ..........i. 82 87 .485
Sa-ruKiito 73 90 .432
: Won. It. Pet.
Nw York 8 .17 .eio
Brookljra 88 59 .699
Pittuburft-h il 8.1 58 .595
Cincinnati ,..i... 79 67 ,541
rhicago . 77 tV6 .539
St. l.ool .....,-.. 61 85 .418
Philadelphia 5S 91 .T165
Bostoa 49 97 .335
-i AMERICAN LEAGUE
I Won. XahA.'
Waihington I 88 69
Nw York 85 GO
TMtroit i. .... 79 8
St. Liouia i i. 7S
Chicago : 63 88
Boston . 3 83
IN. S. C. 0E1S OFF
TO A GOOD STMT
Tentative Team Lined Up By
Exendine Averages Over
PULLMAN, Wash., Sept. 19,
Light scrimmage tomorrow and
heavier scrimmage practice " for
next week Is on the program of
the Washington State college
Cougars, according to plans an
nounced by Coaches Exendine and
While contests are expected for
most of the?; first team players,
first scrimmage practice last night
brought out a tentative first string
lineup which' included Berven and
"Truck" Davis as ends, Hansen
and HJerdoos at tacklea. Young
and Ahlskog as guards, Vosburg at
center, Martin at quarter and Cap
tain "Duke? Slater at fullback.
Hales and Waldorf were at halves.
The backfieid weighed around
Here He Is
'. ERNEST TORREEE
One of the Men Who Made "The Covered Wagon" Famous
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THROWING the spotlight on the -"S T
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QUALITY OUR POLICY I
VICTORS AND VANQUISHED IN INTERNATIONAL TENNIS
CHAMPIONSHIP, AND MUCH COVETED DAVIS CUP
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The United States retained the
Davis Cup and the International
Tennis . Championship ; when Bill
Tilden and Bill Johnston defeated
the Austrailian challengers com
posed of Gerald Patterson and Pat
185 pounds and the line averaged
a little heavier. Four full teams
were organized from the squad
that turned out for the initial
FOR OREGON TEAM
Maddock Becomes Better
Satisfied With Material
On Hand for Eleven
EUGENE. Or., Sept. 19. Sig
nal practice has started at the
University of Oregon with the
training season well under way
for the 1924 football grind.
Though Coach Joe Maddock is
still pessimistic over the outlook.
O'Hara Wood, in the, doubles on
the court of the Germantown, Pa.,
Cricket club, thereby winning the
three matches .necessary to retain
the emblem of. tennis supremecy.
The Americans won in three sets
be is feeling a little better as the
team lines up and a few new faces
appear daily. In 4 addition to
"Busher'V Blake and Bill Dills.
linemen, who nave appeared on
the bcene of action, word has been
received that Ken Bailey, anoth
er lineman, is coming. He is
walking up from Oakland, Cal., in
order to be in shape and Is ex
"Washburne" The Motor
Court at High St.
out of four. 6-7. -J. -. -!.
Above are shown, left to right, ths
American defenders and the Aua
traillan challengers with the Davis
Cup, Johnston, Tilden, Patterson,
and . Wood.
pected within a few 1 ays.
Minnaugh, Vitus, Agee and Mc
Cullough of last Year's f rosh elev
en are showing up well in the
backfieid, together with Terjeaen
and Anderson, last year's varsity
The Turks are holding cock
roach races. We often race them,
but they usually get away.
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