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TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1923
THE OHEOON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
JIMMY GOODRICH WlflS '
FROM CHILEAN FIGHTER
LOAYZA IHlEAlts. ANKLE IX
! SECOND ROUND
HeHtSoonBe Graduated Again
Lightweight Clunuplonshlp Goes
to Victor; Looker Cheered s
UJS'- ;'1:iT Crowd 1 '
NEW YORK. Julr n. By the
Associated Press.) Jimmy Good
rich of Buffalo. N. .Y'L iron the
world's. lightweight i championship
staged under the auspices of thV
state athletic commission When h
cered" technical knockout-over
Stanislaus JLoayt of Chile in the
second round of what was origin
ally carded to be a 15-rounrTcon
test at the Queensboro Athletic
dab tonight. - -
.Loayta Buffered what his handl
rg said was thought to be a brok
en ank.le during one of bis falls
I to the canvass tn the first round
-He gamely stuck to the fight,
however, hobbling around on one
foot ' nh til the white towel of de
feat , was thrown ,In by his chief
. : second. :; j -''. . ' .
tlj virtue of this victory Good
rich will be-, cloaked vwlth the
, world's lightweight championship.
left vacant by the retirement of
Benny Leonard, by the New York
Five times In the first round
' Cloodrlch; knocked ,the t Chilean
dowrti simply overwhelming his
rival f by his . superior strength
When the ell rang both men
rushed, .. Loayza took the aggres
sive after the " first 1 clinch until
, Goodrich, crossed a vfclous right
and Loayza caugb& It flush ori the
jaw, toppling 4 the. floor, r
'. lie remained dowp fcr a poun'-i
of two. thea scrambled to his
, feet, apparently unhurt. - Goodrich
rushed ani battered him to the
floor again. Loayxa falling in a
heap- near his ewn corner. It was
in this fall that Loayza handlers
said he suffered the fractured
ankle.. He rained his feet only to
drop again when Goodrich smasb
i I ed, away, again at his uncovered
jawwith reckless blows. . .
.i "Tep thousand persons were on
i their' feet cheering madly- at the
Chilean's, game exhibition when j
', another rush! 'caught him off bal
ance and he measured his length
again, this time slowly coming to
bis feet after a ount of seven;
gctHnprun with difficulty. ;
The JU found him upright but
In an. apparently' bad condition.
His handlers worked feverishly
during the, one minute rest ( be
tween ' Tpunds. and he came np
- fresh' but was favoring his bad
leg. and, it was evident that the
end had been flashed. Goodrich
. ruhed 'asalri but the towel beat
him." and tbe most exciting light
, weight"'. 'fight of -modern flstlcs
. came to ,n abrunt termination
four minutes and, 35 seconds, after
it atari td; !' - i 1 ;-" -. s.
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PAPER TEAM DISGUSTED
WITH UMPIRING SUNDAY
tXjnFKlT- GAME WITH hfciAA
TORS IX SIXTH FRAS1E
Score Standing O to O; nickering
Mara Entire Contest at Ox.
ford Park , , : ' 1
Dominick Torpe, recenl graduate of Kew Vork University and
now pitching for the; Toledo American Association team," is due
to be graduated to the big leagues before the summer's over, judging
by his work with the Ohio team. His first effort with Toledo was
a shutout, three-hit victory over Indianapolis. . v
LABOR SURPLUS HERE
FLA X - Iri.I.KIW AND
KERttY riCKEUS WANTED
TENNIS MATCH IS SPLIT
4ALEM 'DIVIDES HONORS "WITH
Tbe "Salem and .Vancouver,
Wash., tennis clubs broke even in
FORMER RESIDENT DEAD
a -. - .
FUNERAL. HELD FOft MRS
- KTTIE A. WILUAMSOX
The Salem Senators won from
the West Linn nine in a hectic
game Sunday, when the visitors ,
forfeited the game by a' score of
9 to 0. The game stooa w in
favor of the locals when the vis
itors left the field, completely dis
gusted with the poor umpiring of
Oass, in the sixth inning.
The game throughout was mar
red by bickering and poor sports
manship, and all in ail was a dis
grace to the local diamond. Bou
ton started the scoring for the lo
cals by lamming out a home run
in the first inning.
Bill Ashby, pitching for the lo-
rals, was knocked from the box in
the third inning, his place being;
taken by Barham.
The first big rumpus began m
the third inning when Oass made
a "poor decision at first. calling-
Steers out on a double play-, wnen
he was safe a proverbial mile."
Immediately following this incid
ent. Stone pitching for the visitors
balked, and Barr who was on lirst
hot footed, it for second, but was
put out by Stone who tumea in
time to see the attempted steal.
This decision caused anotner al
tercation, and resulted in fisti
cuffs being exchanged between
two of the Players.
'The game went on In this fash
ion until the sixth. inning, when
Oass's poor Judging of ai fly ball,
which undoubtedly was fair but
eallerf foul, the visitors left the
field in disgust. , ,
The umpire called the game
forfeited by the Wrest Linm nine
by a score of 9 to 0, and then left
the field without waiting to re
ceive his pay for his day's troubTe
making. , . , ..
In the Interstate League Sun
day were Hilsboro-Albany, Fcore 2
day were Hillsboro-Albany score 2
Luckenback-Camas. score 4 to 3
in favor of Luckenbacb.
BfRLENBACH FIGHT IS ..
STOPPED BY REFEREE
12 ROUND GO WITH MARULLO
IS DECLARED NO CONTEST
NEWARK, N. J., July 13. (By
Associated Press.) The 12 round
light heavyweight title match be
tween. Paul Berlenbach. present
-hampion. and Young Marullo of
New Orleans, was stopped by Ref
eree Henry Lewis in the ninth
Tound tonight and declared no
contest. The referee in an offi
cial statement after the fight, said
both men were stalling and de
clined to allow them to continue
Eddie "Cannonball" Majtln of
New York, former world's bantam
weight champion, gained a techni
cal knockout over Irish 'Johnny
Curjin of Jersey City when Curtin
was. unable to answer the bell for
the seventh round.
: Commissioner .William Muldoon
ordered the fight stopped at the
termination of the sixth round to
save Curtin from further punish
ment. His jaw was fractured by
a r stiff right punch in the first
CASEYS DEFEAT GUARDS
BY SCORE OF 5 TO 2
WIN PLACES VICTORS SECOND
PLACE IX LEAGUE.
Bankers Meet Cmteys Tonight;
Sundown Serloa t Start Wed
The Caseys defeated the Na
tional Guards, by a 3 to 2 score
wlll.be j played Tuesday, and the
rcheuled Tuesay's game Wednes
MECHANICS BEAT GROTTO
VALLEY MOTOR TAKES COX.
TEST BY -94 SCORE
. The .Valley Motor basebalfteam
won from the Grotto club In last
night's bail -game by a score of
9 to i. Tbe Valley Motor team
batted iKyler from the mound in
the second inning, and he was re-
at the high school grounds , last placed' by George White, who al
night. This win for the Caseys
places them in second place In the
Twinllght league. The; Guards
started the game with' a bang.
making two scores in the first in
ning, and then failing to score
again throughout the remainder
of the game. All of the Caseys
scores were gleaned In the fourth
Tonight the Bankers will cross
with " the Caseys In their
lowed I seven runs to pile up
against, him in one Inning.
There was no particular star of
the : game everybody hit, and
nearly; everyone scored. Batter
ies for the game were: Vallay
Motor! Proctor and Race; Rick
man. Grottos, Kyler and White;
BOYS HAVE FINE TIME
ATHLETIC EVENTS AND ICE
CRKAM ARE ENJOYED
The Salem boys chorus closed
its 1925 season with a big Jom-
boree -at the fair grounds Satur
day afternoon. Games and ath
letic sports of all kinds were in
dulged in, including sprinting.
lumping, hurdling and bicycle
races. George Arbuckre. .of the
Buster Brown Shoe store gener
ously donated the cash prizes for
the grand sweepstakes in the con
test. ' . .
" Approximately 130 boys attend
ed the affair. . After the athletic
events had been staged thef'crowd
gathered at the fair grounds din
ing hall for an ice cream feed, and
impossible as it may sound, there
was plenty of ice cream and some
left after those 150 boys had had
second game of "the season.' .The
Caseys defeated the Bankers in
the first game. If the Bankers
succeed in taking - tonight's game
they will then be tied with the
Caseys for second place in the
league race, the Caseys ." having
won that place only last night by
defeating the 'Bankers.' Both
team arr sure of a win and the
game should be a fast one.
Wednesday night the Eagles and
the Papermakers will open up on
each other In the first of the
three game series to be. played be
tween the two teams for the
championship' of the fexlhdown
league. This game will be 'played
at Oxf'ord park, as wyi the one to
night between the Bankers and
Attention is called, to the fact
that the schedule' for this week's
games has been altered, so that
the 'scheduled Wednesday's game
Funeral services were he'd
Portland Monday for Nettie
a match at Vancouver Sunday eacfii Williamson, 6, widow of the
laKing two oi me singles . ana :
splitting the double -event. A re-
turn match will be held at the
state hospital courts Sunday, .July
In - the singles Lut? defeated'
Ha.ys;"6-I -6-2 and Mtrjto da'.eated
Henry, 3-6; 6-1 ;' 6-l:j U." Dubois
defeated Okerberg 6-4; 6-8 and
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Okjerberg and Minto,, in the.itour
hies, I ' lost " to R. and "K., Dubois
2-6; i-6 while White! and Luti
won from Cooper and lltys, 6-3
and 6-t. ,
Indications potnt to a probable
slight surplus of common laborers
in and around Salem for the next
few' weeks, according to a state
ment issued i?at the United States
government ! employment office
yesterday. Thls; surplus is due to
haying being practically over and
the berry season is drawing to a
close thus throwing a large num
ber of. laborers out of - employ-
ment. : '-, ;: ' , " -
4 x Cfalla for ' flax pullers are$ fre
quent. and they are being filled
readily. Calls for loganberry
pickers continue to come into the
employment; service but it Is hard
to ,1111 Uhem because of tbe re
ported boor! picking.1 The wage 3
for this work is now 2 Vi cents a
round, plus a bonus at the' end of
the Job; ' ,;! :VA'. ''' : . y
V ,The Hammond Lumber Co., one
of the largest mill operating com
pantos In this section, .has opened
j up t'hree mills since the fourth' of
I July lay of tl ,, Other companies re
port renewed activity since- the
recent shut! down for the fourth.
Thirty eight cal!s for help were t-
received and rilled at the local
'"employment office before"? noon
yesterday.- r - : -'i ,-
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MARION PIONEER' CALLED
HOLD FCXER.1L TODAT - FOR
. JEF'FERSON A. POOLER
CONVICTS GET SHUTOUT
WENTWORTH TEAM TAKES
SUNDAY GAME S TO O
Dr. W. T. Williamson, whoj wa?
the' first assistant physician of tne
state hospital from about J 881
until 1905. . . I '
ir?nth r Williamson and Mrs.
Williamson were popular Jhere
during the days when they served
the , state and they had -many.
friends throughout-the state. Dr.
Williamson, hod a large private
practice in Portland.
Services for Mrs. Williamson
were held at the Finley's mortu
ary with interment at Gresham.
Burns Tralnload of horses
shipped to Denver market. '
The Wehtworth ..baseball team
of Portland' won -a shut-out game
from the penitentiary iclub on the
prison grounds Sunday afternoon
by a a io,0 score." This is the first
time i'Tthree years jthe prison
team finished a -gam Scorel''-0.
Xevoiff, the visiting" pitcher; had
plenty of smoke and perfect "con
trol, striking out .4 4 'men -and' al
lowed butAfive scattered hits..
Foster, the penitentiary' hurler,
struck ' out 12 and allowed but
(ourhlts.- Errors were responsible
fbrtbe five runs-scored -? -.
, Score . I U. II. E.
Went worth . . I . . 5 4 0
Penitentiary . . . J. ..; 0 5 ' 5
"Batteries: Levoff land Brown;
tosier.anq. hkc . .
PIONEER IS DEAD
" TACOMA, Jujy 13 John -L.
Rigney. 75. one of the oldest
residents of Pierce county, and
with his twin sister, believed to
have been one of the first two
white children born In Pierce or
Thurston counties, died here to
day following a lingering illness.
, Wait for
Stages, 8alsmen nml'
IHllTcries Vse Them,
o You? "
Traveling In Stylr
When Will A. Harris, of Tolnt,
Texas: goes traveling In the sum
mer he makes the trip in style
Mr. Harris was a caller at the
governor's office yesterday and
has visited chief executives .of 28
states: - His traveling equipment
includes . a two-room . . cottage
mounted, on a Chevrolet chassis
His summer house Is equipped
with bathroom and toilet. Cook
ing and heating Is done by gas
while 'the camping outfit boasts of
electric lights. Running water. U
available. A clothes closet, fold
ing beds and settees are features
oi mq nouse. a sewing nacnine
.. . . . . Mi Ikklnr ahont "two months. In
j tarns is a lecturer and spent)
more than three months- on he Edition to the states. Mexico,
road last yar. The trip this year and Canada have been visited.
1 Smith & Walkins
PHONE 44 . . -
20 Discount All Thi Week
Ikgtnnlng .Momlay, July 13, we offer 20 discount
. on all Awnings, Porrh Curtains and "
We will come to yonr home, or place of
business, make estimates any time of day or
evening at your convenience without charge
or obligation. We are always pleased to ahow
Salem Tent & Awning Co. ;
Manufacturers .of Tents, Awningn and Canvas Goods
, of All Descriptions
729 North Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon Telephone 415
Oregon spring wheat conditions
is TOO per cent, crop estimated at
19,Gri7,00 bushels. ! i
.LIFE SENTENCE GIVEN
TACOMA. July 13 Glno i Spa
donl, denied a new trial by
Superior Judge Govnor, Teats, to
day was sentenced to spend! the
remainder -of his life in the state
penitentiary at Walla Walla for
the murder of Harry Hallen at
Pouth Tacoma in March 1921:
By tb Asocltd PrM
Chicago 8;' New York 4..
Philadelphia 4: Detroit 1.
St. Louis 5; Washington 4.
Boston 12; Cleveland 11.
- A National
.Cincinnati 4; Boston 1.- i
, New. Yprk 3; Chicago 1.- !
, Philadelphia 3 St. Louis 2
Pittsbrgkf4j Brooklyn 2.
Games y in- the Pacific, Coast
league ii j week" will be . as fol
lows: , , . -Seattle
al San Francisco
Oakland at Sacramento.
Vernon at Salt Lake.
Portland at Los Angeles
Jefferson A. Pooler, a native of
Marion county, died suddenly at
his home in the Auburn district.
east of Salem. Sunday. Mr, Pool
er who was 6g years old, had not
been in very good health for some
time, but his condition was not
considered serious until last Satur
day; when he suffered an attack
of paralystsu 7 . - , ;
Mr. Pooler was for many years
a farmer la Marion county, tor
a period of 10 years he operated
a cement manufacturing plant in
Salem. Funeral, services will" be
held at 5 o'clock, today from the
Higdon mortuary; with" Itev. J. J,,
lans officiating. Interment will
be made In City View cemetery.
. S Relatives-, surviving the deceas
ed are his widow, one daughter.
Mrs. Clo Johnson of Marshfield;
his mother Mrs. Adeline Pooler
of Salem; four-sisters, Mrs. Alice
Bowen, and Mrs. Nettie McCallis-
ter of Pratumj and Mrs. Ida Mc
Manus of Honolulu, and two
brothers,-Earl Tooler of.Corvallls
nd Ivan Pooler of Enterprise. -
Mr. pooler has for many years
been an elder of the - First Pres
byterian church of Salem.
Harrisburg Two carloads of
wool . bring growers nearly $73,-
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During the Big . '
July 13 to 18 V i
' : An Experience of a Lifetime! "
:' Bigr ieatarcs daily
Free Band Concerts
J Big Parade Thursday
Band Contest and Massed Band of 1500,
" . Gaily Uniformed Drill Teams
52.25 Portland and Return
Tickets on sale July 12th to 18th inclusive .
Keturrr Limit July 21st
Take the dependable trains of the OREGON ELECTRIC
J RAILWAY, leaving: ,
, 7:03 A.M.; 10:OO A.M.; 11:15 1:30 P.M.;
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Traveling PasHeager Agent
J. W. RITCHIE
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He's an Independent Dealer; in gasoline and oils. He
depends on the sales he makes for his livelihood. Nat
urally, he wishes to please as many custohiers as he can,
so asto bring them back
square-dealing and -obliging:
neighbor, a good man to do
: EAGY CTAnTIIIG
regularly. ' He's courteous,
He's a good citizen, a good
business with. What money
, he makes, he spends, right here. ; This dealer wants to
sell GENERAL Gasoline. . And, as he comes lip to our
standards of.; requirements, We a uthorize him to do so.
He is free to sell any "gasoline he chooses.. Suppose you
ask him Xvhy he handles tlENERAL. - The reason may
oe wortn somethmg to ;you;
W. R. SPECK, Distributor
Salem, Oregon - Phone 2i02
GENERAL is Sold Only by Authorized, Independent Dealers,
''';,-. at the Grecn-and-Whitc Sign
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