The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 11, 1924, Page 2, Image 2

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Two Games Taken From
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- romana rut los Angeles
Over Indians
R. H. E.
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3 11 3
PORTLAND. Oct. j 0. Los An
geles won two games from Port
land this afternoon and went into
second place, a half j game ahead
of Seattle in the pacific coast
eague pennant race. I The Angels
are now within three- games of the
leading Seals. The Second game
was called on account of darkness
In the sixth inning with the score
td 1 in favor of j the Angels.
Krng'i men won the first in 11
Innings, 5 to 3. '
First game t
Los Angeles ..... . . .
Portland . . . J. .
Payne and Spencer;
and Cochrane. :!
1 Second game J
Los Angeles . . . . . . .
PortUnd e...;. ..... .!. .
" Dumovich and Jenkins; Rachac
ami Kram. , (Six innings.)
i i Verfion 2rSalt Iak 1
rj.t03 ANGEL,ES. Oct. 10. Ed
fr., youthf ul'Tiger pitched, held
Salt Lake to one hit? a' home run
by lreflerick, and, Vernon won to
day Vame"2to -1; evening the
series t at two"' wins; 'each. The
Tigers scored "their-niy runs in
the first inning. Bryan walked
i&ut4t6 and -struck ont four.
XSoreu .t4 y, R. H. E.
Salt Lake..... ...... 1 1
Vernon ... 2 5 .1,
.O'Neill, .Ponder, and Peters;
Bryan and Whitney.! j-' ,
H. E.
4 0
7 1
Oakland ; Sacramento 6
OAKLAND. Oct. 6. Oakland
won the fourth game of the series
here : today 9 to 6 j from. Sacra
mento. . It was a free hitting con
Tesroy" both teams with three trlp
. lets and fire doubles. ,
Scores ; - R. H. E.
Sacramento i... 6 10 2
Oakland-.... .. ..... 9 12 3
' Canfield and Shea; Kunz. Mur-
ehio and Read.
.i ' Seattle .Frisco. 3, ,
: SEATTLE. Oct.-' 10-.1--A home
run by Frank Emmer started a
batting, attack in the eighth ; in
ning for Seattle here today which
gave ae Indiana five runs while
."Suds". Sutherland shut out i the
Seals until the ninth inning when
they got three, beating San Fran
cisco 5 to 3. The contest was a
pitchers', battle between Crockett
and -Sutherland until, the disas
trous eighth for the southerners.
The .win for. Seattle put the In
dians to within three and one-half
games of San Francisco for the
1924 Pacific Coast league pen
nant. , ; i
Score ' is R. II. E.
San Francisco . ... ... 3 72
Seattle i... 5 11 0
Crockett and Agpew; Suther
land, and E. Baldwin, i' .'
John McGraw's Heavy Hitting Club That Didn't Quite Make the Grade
Yesterday m the Seventh and Deciding Game of the World's; Series
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.Here are the players that the
Washington Senators, managed by
the youthful Stanley Harris, nosed
out by one point yesterday, to the
surprise of many fans. The above
photograph shows (left to right)
front row: Trainer. Walter Irvin;
Dean, Wilson, Southworth, O'Con-
nell, Huntziger and Ryair. Middle
row: Nehf, Jackson, Kelly; As
sistant Manager Hughy Jennings;
Coach, Cozy Dolap, Frisch, Barnes
and McQuillan. Hack row: ;Lind
strom, i Meusel, Jonnard, Groh,
Bentley, Mann, Gowdy, Baldwin,
Young, Terry and Trainer Bowe.
his "team's triumph, and gained,
through the brilliance of his tac
tics and individual play a place in
baseball that , few leaders have
ever held. . j . " '
Harris rallied his men to their
victorious, successful finish when
it seemed that disaster would
overcome " their staunch spirit.
Two setbacks! for their greatest
hurling ace, Walter Johnson and
the: loss, for the greater part of
the series, of their veteran -shortstop,
.Roger Peckinpaiigh, might
have daunted the courage of any
but the Senators. In the face of
the heaviest sort of odds, and
trailing the National league cham
pions, two games to three, Wash
ington came back and before the
president and a home crowd, even
ed the series yesterday and won
it today. . ; "
In the final analysis it was the
never-say-die j spirit instilled by
Harris,, the unquenchable "will to
victory" that j seemed almost a
thle; of fate and pulled the team
through. It was a fight "from be
hind for the Senators ffom start
to finish. Always the road to vic
tory was uphill, and they over
came many. Obstacles before finally
conquering the peak. ;
' I '' (Continned from paga X)
hold of the greatest goal of his
career a; fourth world's crown,
which would have put him beyond
"all rivals but it was also a mar
velous victory, for ,Bucky", Har
ris, black haired, dynamic young
leader of the Senators: j
1 Harris Youthful Hero
Harris, 27 years' old,, and the
youngest manager that ever led
a major league team to the top,
Va8 a. dominant flashing figure in
Important-Football 1
' Games Are on Today
With the world series completed
and the Pacific Coast league fast
approaching, its close, baseball is
being crowded off the sport pages.
; Of interest to 'football enthusi
asts In the ndrthwest is the get
ting down to business today by
the greater portion of the main
contenders in the field.-
Oregon and. Pacific university
will meet at Eugene; Multnomah
club clashes with OAC at Coryal
lis; the Washington - Whitman
game at Seattle and the Idaho
Montana battle'at Missoula.
The only game in the Immedi
ate vicinity of Salem is that at
Chemawa, where the Indians meet
Corvallis high school this after
noon. The game Is slated for 2:30
O'clock. .; : j ' y )
Classified Ads in The
Statesman Bring Results
NEW YORK. Oct. 10. (A.P)
Principal football games sched
uled for the various sections of
the country tomorrow follow:
Ease , '. ;i i
Army vs. University of Detroit
at West Point. . :
Columbia vs. Wesleyan at New
York. ;
Harvard vs. Middlebury at Cam
bridge, Mass.
i Penn State vs. Gettysburg, at
State College, Pa. J
Syracuse vs. William & Mary
at Syracuse. . !' j
Cornell vs. Williams at Ithica.
Carnegie Tech vs. Toledo Uni
versity at Pittsburg.
Dartmouth . vs. Vermont at
Hanover, N. II.
Pittsburg vs. West Virginia at
Pittsburg. i j
Pennsylvania vs. Swarthmore at
Princeton ts. Lehigh at Prince
ton. Navy vs. Marquette at Annapo
lis. Md.
. Yale vs. Georgia at New Haren.
West t
Chicago j vs. Brown at Chicago.
Michigan vs. Michigan Aggies
at Lansing. Mich. ; j
Illinois vs. Butler at Urbana,
111.'-- ir ' I ' - 'i : i '
Wisconsin vs. Coe at Madison.
Minnesota vs. Haskell Indians
at Minneapolis.
. Iowa vs. Ohio State at Iowa
city: j- :
Northwestern vs. Cincinnati at
Evanston. j
Indiana vs. Louisiana at Indian
apolis. : . j , i ' .- 'f j ; ;
Purdue vs. Rose Poly at
!: .- . f : . i -
Washington vs. Grlnnell at Grin
nell. ; i
Kansas vs. Iowa State at Law
rence.! Missouri vs. Missouri Wesleyan
at Columbia. '
Kansas Aggies vs. Emporia nor
mal at Manhattan.
Oklahoma vs. Nebraska at Nor
man. '!;.''' . .
Drake vs. Knox College at Des
Notre Dame vs. Wabash at
South; Bend.
y.'-r" . W' t3H &yf tKStkXk ' 1
urn l ..
'X .
Their siistaihed quality assures
more "life" in
more life from
your motor
Centre vs.
Danville, Ky.
Newman at
If ---
. Koulh ;
Alabama vs.1 Mississippi college
at Tuscaloosa, Ala. 9
Centenary vs. Trinity university
at Shreveport, Ld.
Georgia Tech vs. Richmond at
Co"ege Park, MdJ i
Mississippi vs. Southwestern at
Oxford. Miss. 1 j
North Carolina" vs. Trinity at
Chappl Hill, N. C; I
South Carolina! vs. North Caro
lina State at Colombia, S. C,
Tennessee vs Marysville at
Knoxville, Tenn. f
VIr V. M.jl.pvsi Roanoke at
Lexington,' Va' -'. I - j
Virginia vs. Randolph-Macon at
Challotteville, Vs. "
V. P. I. vs. Auburn at Richmond
Va- : 1- u
Washington Q Lee vs. Wake
Forest at Lexington, Va.
Georgetown vsj King at Wash
ington, D. C. ;
Vanderbilt vs. Quantlco Marines
at Nashville, Tenk f ,"-"" t.
Far West ' ," ; J
California vs. Pomona at Berkley-
Cal. I
Montana vs. Iahp at Missoula,
Mont. I I
Oregon vs. Pacific, University at
Eureka, Ore. i- j
' Washington vs. Whitman at
Seattle, Wash, ;
Stanford vs. Olympic club at
Palo Alto, Cal. t . '
University of Southern Califor
nia vs. Arizona at Los Angeles.' !
Washington State vs. Gonzaga
at Spokane, Wash. ?
. i . Woo lt Vrt.
San Francifico .... . i.103 87 .542.
l.os Angeles J 4...IOO 90 ..r2
Re -ttl I i. .. 99 90 .524
Oakland 9 93 .M6
Salt l.ak 1 j. 6 95 .SOS
Vrnon ....J J... !.", G .497.
Portland 4- 4 87 102 .4CO
Harramento '-4 82 103 .432
Epinard Ready and ;
Waiting for the Gun
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IATONIA. Ky., Oct. 10. (By
The Associated Press.) Epinard.
champion of the French turf, beat
en in his two previous American
races will make his third and per
haps final start at Latonia tomor
row when he will match his speed
against a field of eight American
thoroughbreds in the last of the
$100,000 international series over
a distance of a mile and a quar
By a strange turn of fate, two
of the horses eligible for tomor
row's races, both !of which defeat
ed Epinard in his first two Ameri
can starts will not compete against
him tomorrow, 'according to all
probabilities.' Ladkin, August
Belmont's colt , which defeated
Epinard at a mile In the second
of the international races was
withdrawn after the colt bruised
a heel in his last workout.
Apply thickly over throat
cover with hot flannel' I
Ovmr tT Million Jot Umt Ymmrfy
Saturday '
I. : ' . 1 it ijtr
'5CS' Az U?lrStiSLll7 Comedy
v-.5. jrF McDonald
1 -LSrf:
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First Pacific Coast Confer
ence ; Football Match
1 Held at Missoula i 1
V . .il ! i
The first conference football game
will be played at Missoula, Mont.,
tomorrow between the University
of Montana and the University of
Idaho. nj. :j!
This la Montana's first year as
a member of the conference, and
it ia reported to have a strong
team. '; m f j
The other conference members
play non-conference teams tomor
row. The University of Washing-1
tori meets Whitman at Seattle,
while at Eugene the University; of
Oregon Is host to Pacific liniver
sity. Washington Stte anc Gon
zaga are booked fori Pullman. At
Corvallis the Oregon Aggies will
play Multnomah. !
In the south these games
scheduled:! j -
Calitornla vs. Pomona, at Berk
eley; Southern California vs. Ari
zona at Los Angeles; Stanford vs.
Olympic club at Palo Alto.
High School Will Play
Second Bearcat String
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Lacking any game for next
week with which a lineup might
be given on his players. Coach
Hollls Huntington will :send i the
high school eleven: against ' the
Willamette university second team
as a hard scrimmage Is vital before
the red and , black j meet Albany
high school two weeks from: to
day in the openingi of the inter
scholastic season j ,
Two of the high school players
are confiend to their homes! be
cause of ailments. Drager is
down with an attack of tonsolltls
while Harris has a small abscess
in an ear. Both are expected to
report back , for duty early next
week. .
In the meantime Coach Hunt
ington ia giving his players little
rest and is working them until
dark.' Saturdays have been util
ized to a certain extent In order
to get In a little extra work.
HJ-Y at Sllverton
The Silyerton III-T club organi
zed at Sllverton Thursday night
with the following members:
Charles .Hartley, president;
Paul Blazer, vice president;
George Lovett, secretary; Justus
Linn, treasurer; Delmar Brown,
sergeantat-arms; Norman East
man, reporter; Alson Bristol,
Chester Johnson, Ronald Hubba,
Ernest Byberg, Marion Green,
Lowell Brown, Milton Bristol,
Oscar Johnson, Winfield Brandt,
Charles Drake, Owen Harvey.
Harold A. Reed, principal of
Sllverton high school, is leader of
the club, which will meet every
Thursday .night. .
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"Go get 'em Beavers w
Multnomah Field, Portland Oct. 18
A tramp schooner a wreck j
in a South Sea typhoon, cast
up on a desert island can
nibals bananas, cocoanuts,
monkeys, .black cats wire-S
less messages the attack the
marines the San Francisco
police force adventure, ro-
mance, characterization com
edy, and Jackie Coogan!
You can't put more than that:
in one motion picture play. j
t II
Jackie back in the role of a
real American kid ! After ad
venturing abroad in the films
as the Prince in "Long Live
the King" and as the Belgian
lad in "A Boy of Flanders,"
he's now just plain Mickey
Hogan, of San Francisco ! (
Supported by !
i Chief of Police of San
Francisco ;
Gloria Gray Tom Santchi
" . J. '.; :; m -.;. h :
San Francisco Police
Force and Ui S.
Marines 4
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