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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 2G,. 1925
WOODS AND LEWIS ARE
RE-MATCHED JUNE 5TH
BOTH MKX IV FIXK METTLB
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Murphy and Hunt Meet Again; 24
rCoamls Planned by Match
I f maker Plant i rr
Spec Woods and Frankie Lewl
re rematcnea lor a iu ronna go
June 3, according to I announce-
mtmade last night by Harry
Plant, matchmaker. Both fighters
secured an exceptionally good
welcome here and one of the best
cards of the season was put across,
Fight fans are anxions to! see a re
turn match, because both men are
In ine, mettle.
-Woods has been In Portland
Blnce the last fight getting him
self In shape- for the, .coming
match for he tows that he will
put! It over the local . boy here.
Frankie Lewis has his doubts
about the matter and la working
outj each night at the Armory, get
ting in trim for the 10 round go.
Speed Murphy has sent a chal
lenge to Bill Hunt that be could
whip him in a 6 round go on the
same date. Fight fans are anxl
ou4 to see this fight also, and from
all indications it is to be a good
on. Speed has put on more pep
and has been training j regularly
so he states in the letter to Match
maker Plant. i
As a finisher to the card and to
t some ginger In the prelimi-
l National ! i
Pittsburgh 5; Chicago 3 . .
New York-Boston, games post
poned; cold and wet grounds. Two
games tomorrow. ,
Brooklyn-Philadelphia, I post-
pined, wet grounds. Two games
Cinclnnati-St. Louis, postponed:
St. Louis team delayed in travel
ings . . . . ... i .
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No games scheduled.
; i V : Pari fie
No games scheduled.
TWO TEAMS ARE TIED
IN JUNIOR BASEBALL
RIVER RATS ELIMINATE Al
LEY CATS BY 4 TO 2
Manncrer Will Meet Tonleht to
Arrange .for Championship
Contests Soon j
By the score of 4 to 2, the River
Rats elevated themselves' to a tie
for first honors In the Junior Twi
light league yesterday. The game
was a pitchers' battle all the way
through, with the edge in favor of
the losing pitcher, Bob Lyons, of
the Alley Cats, although Gross
hurled a fine game fanning five
men, to eight for Lyons, j
Tonight a meeting of the man-
put some ginger In the prelimi- agers of the River Rats, and the
nafy. two good 4 round fights hare Oregon Journals will be held, and
been arranged, which will , make
th4 card up to the usual par
In all. Matchmaker Plant wfll
have 24 rounds of three minute
fighting, equal to the jlast card
that was presented here, . and
which promises to go one better in
ey jry respect.
LUMBERMEN LOSE GAME
SENATORS BEAT CAMAS
SUNDAY; SCORE 5 TO .4
LOCA It TEAM STI LL LEA BIN'ti
IXTKIt-STATE LEAGUE ?
Papermakers and Luckenbarh also
Winners; Vancouver Plays
Here Sunday .
WILLIAMS FILLS VACANCY
ST. LOUIS. Mo.; May 25.
(By the Associated rress, The
appointment of , George H. Will
iams to the senatorial seat made
vacant by the death of -Senator
Selden r P.f. Spencer, apparently
meets the 'approbation of Missouri
republican leaders, was Indicated
here tonight. Williams accepted
the appointment today. :
Still leading the inter-state
league. - " " ; ' T " .
Sunday the Senators paid a-little
visit to Camas and returned
home with the long end of a 5 to
4 score and a record of five
straight victories and no defeats.
Hillsboro and the Papermakers
will be met while Camas is coming
here for a return game.
Four of the runs earned in the
first inning. Camas crossed the
plate twice In the eighth inning
while the locals annexed another
run in their half of the ninth.
making the score 5 to 2.
In a short rally in the last por
tion of the inning, Camas manag
ed to force two other runs across
the plate and almost forced the
contest into an extra inning.
Sunday the Senators meet the
Vancouveream at Oxford park.
Box score and other results in
the league Sunday were: i
FINANCE PI .AN Ol'TI-IXKO
PARIS. May 25. (By the AP.)
remedy of more taxes and better
collections to the chamber of dep
uties as the first step In the treat-,
ment of France's financial ills.
This bill proposes to raise 1,600,
000 francs additional to that al
ready provided for during the re-
mainder of "this year and 3,500,-
000.000 "next year to balance the
budget finally and definitely.
to the head and face yesterday af
ternoon on the Columbia highway j
auout 32 mues easi or me cy,
when he was run over by a car
driven , by George Westaby of
TWO DROWN IN WRECK
SCOl'T HEAD IS NAMED
BOY I XJ FRED. II Y CAR
ASTORIA, Or., May 25. Robt.
Brown, age 10, son of Charles
M. Caillaux, minister of finance, I Brown of Westport, sustained a
today presented; his long discussed fractured skull and other injuries
WALLA WALLA, Wash., May
25. E. R. Parkinson, Aberdeen;
was tonight' . chosen executive of
the Blue Mountain, council of Boy
Scouts, comprising 3.7 - trodps in
this valley aiid in Umatilla comity.
Oregon. Mr.. Parkinson succeeds j
j- . un lull , wuu irvcuiij
a similar position at Butte, Mont.
NELSON. B. C, May 25 David
Cavrilik, master mechanic at the'
Consiiidated mining and smelting
company at Trail, B. C, and his
x year old son Joseph, . were
drowned in Sheep creek today
when Gavrilik's car went through
a rail of a br?age and lounged into
the swollen stream.
DEBT STUDY MADE
WASHINGTON. May 25 Fur
tlier study was given by high ad
ministration officials today to
means of exerting additional pres
sure on the .American govern
ment's foreign debtors.
RIFFtANS SVFFER ISSES
PARIS, May 25.( By Associat
ed Press) The heavy losses suf
fered by the Riff la as at the hands
of the French and the reorganiza
tion of the French army of 60,000
under General Daugen are looked
upon here as Indicating the seri
ousness of the situation In Mo
Salem . . . . . .
Vancouver . .
arrangements made for the final
playoff.; There has been a mis
understanding between the board,
and' the leaghe, as to the nights
reserved for league games, but it
will probably be, arranged to have
the final games on .three consec
utive evenings. . !
Batteries: River Rats Gross
and Carter. : j
Alley Cats Lyons and Blake.
Umpires: R. Bishop.' K. Rob
erts. Scorekeeper C. Bishop. .
This Is the end of the scheduled
games, .and the percentages are:
Oregon Journals ...........800
jThe Oregon state penitentiary River Rats . . ..... .... 4 . ... .800
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PRISON TEAM RALLIES AND
BEAT. YISIT6RS lO to 8
baseball team won a hard fought
victory from the West; j Oregon
Lumber company team j on the
prison diamond Sunday afternoon
The prison team was five1 runs be
hind when they went to bat in the
eighth Inning, .but in jthis frame
they staged batting- rally that
netted seven runs, watch was
enough to win. Smith, jthe West
Oregon moundsman, pitched big
league ball for seven inniings.
Scouts . . .
. .k . . . 600
BANKERS SWAMP HENRYS
TWILIGHT LEAGUE GAME ONE
SIDED; SCORE 14 TO 1
The Valley Motor j. company
Th& Wfiodiawn AthletJc club of j baseball team lost to the United
Portland will play at the prison
nexf Sunday. t
ISgore . !R. H. E,,
West Oregon 1. 15 V 4
Penitentiary . . ......... 10 -10 - 3
Batteries:- Smith and Wilson;
Snyder, Lawrence, Foter and
Flkei -. - i i.
GERVAIS TEAM HONORED
JUNTY CHAMI'IONSHIP. AND
CCP WON SATURDAY: ,
In a game played at Silverton,
Saturday. afternoon Gervais t'n-
ion i6igh school' defeated . Styton
high and won the county Cham
pionship silver cup. M '
Score ; I R. H. E.
Gervais . . t9 10 4
Stayton . ;2 5 6
Batteries - Gervais, Kuhri and
Ferschweiler; Stayton. Pfund
and Speer. ' i" i
PAPERMAKERS MAKE BOW
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SUXDOWX LEAGUE PLAY WILL
States bankers last night In a one
sided game, as shown by the lop
sided score of 1 4-to-l.--Thr:Forfls
were weak on the infield and the
outfield, while Proctor (was . the
whole team. He scored the only
run the losers gained, on a simple
straight baseball play..; , Nothing
exciting was put across during the
game, except that the Bankers
clearly- demonstrated that they
were in the championship class to
meet the American Legion In the
The Grotto and the Legion will
demonstrate their merit on Ox
ford field Wednesday, j
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Rod and Gun Club '-p
I i Wins From Silverton
The Salem Rod and Gun club
won over the Silverton by 30 tar
gets in Sunday's shoot on the Her
rin shooting ground. It was one
of the most successful shoots of
the year and the enthusiasm
up by the Salem members of hte
shown was great. The scores put
team were as follows, based upon
a 50-bird shoot:
Results of the shoot were:
Looneyj 48, Terril 47, McKay 4 6.
Simpson 45, Herren 44, Palmer
44, Lewis 42, Hazeltine 40,1 Vin
cent 40, Bryan 39. Bahlberg 37,
Ball 33,-Mitchell 29.
Oregon Journals Meet
River Rats This Week
The Junior' Twilight league has
scheduled a game between; the
Oregon -Journals and the River
Rats, to be played some time this
week; for the world's champion-
j ship, according to the announce
ment of ; Bob" Bishop, manager
Bob has recovered from his attack
of sickness and plans To put the
Juniors through their paces.1 The
series which the leaguers wfU play
is to determine the two best out
of three games. An exact sched
ule is to be fixed at a later date.
In the Sundown - league th
Portland Electric Power company
team; will battle with the Paper
makers for the honors In the first
gamethe Papermakers have play
ed. ; : ' .
I From all indications the game
is to be a good one. The Paper
makers have demonstrated their
ability by weltering the States
man gang by a big score. Thei
PEP, have been going strong, and
Will, show their merits.
Eagles and WOW's Will
Clash Thursday Nighl
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The Eagles will meet the WOWs
Thursday evening on the Oxford
park diamond, according to the
plans of organization perfected
last night. One of the teams of
the Sundown league dropped out
last night, which leaves five teams
to compete in he league.. It was
.ruled that no player of one league
could play in another league.
which makes sit possible for each
'team land league to have Hheir1
xwnybpn fide, players. - This. rule
Is to be stringently . enforced, it
lwaa( --ifeBoanced.' v- -' j ? - i '4
REPORT FLNE CATCn
Booths Are Selected
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
are to have booths ready for the
sale of poppies on Poppy : day,
Wedesday and Thursday of this
week. They will be established
at the Worth & Gray store on
Liberty street, and at the Bishop
store on North Commercial street.
The veterans have over 1000 pop
ples which they will sell for the
benefit of disabled comrades who
are unable to be employed In lines
suited to their ability.
Lions and Kiwanians
MX : Meet Again Tonight thelr catch waa "ne
: Walter; Spaulding and George
Cad well, spent the week-emi at
Meadow lake where they angled
for the wily trout. They report a
successful trip and the enjoyment
of a meat prepared onS the banks
of the reserve.' . Cad well reports
that the fishing was good' and that
Investor knows this, and invests
accordingly." , J
The -TJon nn th viVo.i. The linen mills will mean lor-
tunes to Salem peonleJ , The wis
I - - ! a j a -
fnis evening on Sweetland field,
lo determine the, champs among
the service club 'league. Once be
fore, the two teams met and the
JJoas were the victors.. If they
jwin the second time this year, the
f hamjionship will be retained by
Hhetri, but If the KJwanis take the
ileadw. a third earn a will ha nivAi
to determine the winner.
AGGIES DEFEAT PULMlAN
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PULLMAN. Wash.,! May 25.-
uto- uregoo Aggiea aavanced a
step nearer to the Northwest con
ference baseball championship by
cereating Washington State col
lege 9 to 8 here today. Wynne of
the Aggies knocked a home run
in the first inning with two on!
Score r R. H. E.
OAC 9 12 3
rWSC 8 11 2
Woody, Young and Foorle';
Baker, E. Mitchell and ,C. Mitch
? SILVERTON', Ztsy 25. Silver
ton baseball nine defeated that of
Ustacada at Silverton Sunday with
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to pay for a .
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Neither does the superstition that there is something mysteri
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cost more. Every quart of Zerolene you buy proves the ground
lessness of this superstition. I
Pacific Coast Crude Is Best
Zerolene is a western oil and a better
oil even if it does cost less.
As a matter of fact, the best crude pe
troleum so far discovered for the manu
facture of a motor lubricant is obtained
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' Erefer Zerolene
know this that Zerolene
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