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- " THEr OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL IT, 1926
-Nine To';CTOss:::iBms With
Beavers Drop Third Straight Game To Northern Ball Club
S " ' 1 . i , I ... " ill i 1
PRACTICE WD3K0DT Portland
lltUtU :SAYS IMII I Mr
I J.. T - II ! I . . i f
More Spirit Needed if Team
Expects to; Win Leaeue i
, Salem high I school's baseball
aggregation will Journey t Che
mawa this afternoon to meet the
Indians on ' their own " field, j The
game is called f or 2 : J 0 o'clock.
So far this season, according to
b Coach Hollls Huntington, the boys
on tb local team hare not shown
the seat usually typical of the nine.
The fact . that most of them are
playing high . school i ball for the
first time U thought to be the
reason. "'' - :"
This afternoon's contest. Hunt
, Jngton .believes, will be Just what
Abe team needs, whether a victory
-or a defeat is the "result.
. Just what the strength of the
indans will be is not known. They
.have not played enough games yet
lo disclose the caliber, of -the ar
tillery , they are pack leg. It is
known,; however, , that ; there . are
several new faces iu the Cheinawa
lineup, f : . -s ' " -' ' - '' '
, Ynr will pitch for Salem. His
work in the Lincoln game was one
of the features of the contest. ' Be
sides being there with control and
hi share of ttuff." ho is a strong
maniWif h te stick. "t f :
. .Ktlly.wilt -be n the receiving
end. The infield will be strong,
-with Ollnner at first, Ashby at sec-
J end, Cammings at .third, and, Ad
ams 'atf short. 7 J. Prager will
guard left field. Slegmund center.
and KItehIn rlgbtfield. V . .
VvCoach Huntington Is hoping the
'boys-will be aroused enough this
afternoon to,snap out of it, and
f?t something of the spirit he con
i5Kiiif sMiecessary If Salem Is to
clean up the valley baseball league
'H his season.
RACrr FOR MAY HONORS
STARTS WITH FILINGS
T0 HEAD OFF LEAD
BeaVers Made Seven Runs
in Second, Seattle Wins
" by 11 to 10 Score : i
Seattle 11; Tortland 10 -
SEATTLE,, April lt.l By" As
sociated Press.) Seattle today
won" Its "third - straight " baseball
game when it came ; from-behind
to defeat Portland 11 to 10. The
Beavers scored leren funs In the
second inning after two men had
been put out and Sherlock t drop
ped Rachac's f ly.,;The errof fave
the .Portlanders a spark -of life
and they followed wtthra.floek of
hits, knocking Gillespie out of the
box. The Indians' pecked at three
Beaver, hurlers until they ; over
came the big .lead and won ia the
ninth. 1 1 ' , , -.. t : v r ;
; .; Score , w ' ". H. ,11. E.
Portland . . . , J 1 0 1 2 2
Seattle,: .v. . .. i . ,: 111 j 4
- Rachae, Burns, . Mang'um and
Berry; Gillespie, Ramsey, Boyd,
Best and Baldwin. ;
first two runs and Ralph Shlnners
stole home with the, winning jun:
' Score , -s . 4 - : R.fH.;E.
Sacramento- ' i 2 2 - 2
Oakland 3 9 1
Keating. Hnghes and M. Shea;
Kuns and Bool.
eUiS TO SHOOT ;
- - -Seals; 3; -Mission -2
" SAN FRANCISCO,' April 16.
( By ; Associated ..T press. ) The
Seals nosed" out the Missions 3 to
2 I a close,' hard fought game here
today. Bespite 11 bits strung out
along the nine inning? jaat .year's
champions were unable'to garner
more than three tallies',, and. the
Missions threatened' to wipe out
this margin in the .last inning.
The rally failed, however," when
Marty Griffin took f the mound..
Earl Averill. left fielder, fori" the
Seals connected with one in the
Score : ' ,
tAOTifit, will have no opposition
-fitf ithe-primaries. . ' ;i
f. , fr,the office of public service.
commissioner from the state at
-lrre. two candidates nave filed.
v'-Theyjare Thomas K. Campbell. In-J-combent,
republican, and Clyde T.
Cpooner, .- democrat, - Both -are
jfrom Portland. ; , . : ;
j In' commenting upon, lstcan
,.1dldacy , f or state representative
;Xrbnv Marlon i county. John B
5f?sy mayor of 8alm.eelarejt
jlii-ifeadeavor would be to ' serve
f"-the interests of Marlon' county
'R?3Ct4 tate of Oregon with the
-same seal with which he has serv
i T.hej people of Salem as mayor
4iriag the past three years.' .
ITe has requested the following
:bIufcin"4o be printed following his
.Tme"on the ballot: "
;"-?My record as mayor of Salem
t Is your guarantee of conscientious
'rrtice. ; , ; .;
. Ll' PORTLAND. Ore., April 1 C
tA.Py The prohibition Issue
iy3A. Ifjimlnated .' from the Oregon
'' -uemocratIc senatorial race today
,vhen Hugh McLaln. ; of Marsh
' ldC who had expressed himself
t in "favor of .toodincatlon, of the
' Vol stead act withdrew as an as-
r!rant for the democratic nomina
io;T Ilia action followed ton-
1 erences ' between his supporters
the force of Bert EL Haney
"T ofmer member of the United
- iia.U-i Shipping Board who is an
' stowed dry candidate. . ' Elton
iv7.T4tfeias,' the other candidate for
. the nomination Is also dry,
San Francisco .
Geary, Mitchell, "J GrlfriS
Telle; Pillette. B. Ryan
Murphy. .-. ! ' ' .
R. II. E.
t - 5 0
Rod and Gun Club Members
Divided - Between1 Two
Loves on Sunday
. ... ... : .-w. l.
Hollywood .:.. .: . I t -S
Los Angeles ...i ." 4 S-
Oakland . , 4 ,3,
SeatUe I -,-1 6 S
Mission ...t r- 4 4
Sarcamento ; ..'.' 3 ' 5 -
San Francisco . 3 6 -
Philadelphia . . 3
St. Louis 3
Cincinnati '- 2
Boston ... ...
The regular trap shoot will be ,vn
m , . . i 1 .1 r 1 ' 3
neia 07 ia iucu nuu uu vi u a
club 'Sunday on the Salem club
field. ' Besides the usual practice
work a telegraphic contest will be
staged with Hillsboro. The open
ing of fishing season and the un
usually good , weather will in all
probability cut down the local
club's attend&nco to a certain ex
tent although euough are expected
to carry out a satisfactory shoot.
. The telegraphic shooting for the
present series will be terminated
In a few more weeks and the sumf
mer schedule for the local shooters
is still in indefinite shape although
a large number-of the men will
continue work through the sum
mer and fall tn preparation for the
opening of hunting season, ' :
SalenV1en lasted Among
Assets of Machine, More
- Tunmg Needed
Angels d; itollywood S .
LOS ANGELES,, April it-;(By
Associated Press.) -r-nWitb. three
Hollywood pitchers i batted for4 1?
hits, including homo runs by Art
Wels ajid-Ray Jacobs, tna La
Angeles Angels evened their r so
blMwIUi nb1Iyoodv herelaa?t
by trouncing the Stars 8 to 3. Tnt
relief pfjtchlngJlbrjVoung JBlniei
Philips, who" replaced 'Earl ' .Hani
llton - on the mound lor -Los -An.,
geles In , the- sixth iand held the
Stains withQati-.. hrf.'f or the re
maining four frames, was. a, fea
ture of tlhe contest. The , Angel
sewed up the game In the ninth
when Jacobs' homer scored .Stati
and Mltche, ahead of-"Wm .
. score ; n: h. e.
berg'; Singleton, Stroud.' Hulvc)
and. Peters, Redman,'' 1
Philips "'and' : Sand-
Oakland. 3; Senators 2
OAKLAND. April J6.-M By As
sociated Press. ) Earl Knnz was
In rare form this afternoon when
he took the' mound; for' Oakland
and held the Sacramento Senat
ors to two hits and won nis game
3 to 2. Ray Keating! pitched fine
ball for the Senators but timely
bitting by McNally in the first and
fifth Innings gave the Oaks "their
' 1 ' l- "It
BY NORMAN E BROWN
' tLee Fohl's new assortment of Red Sox had to alt la the hotel
oby and twiddle their toes half of the total time spent at the New
r Orleans training camp. ' But the Sox boss Isn't worrying about that.
yuid "hi new bevy of hopefuls aren't either, as the portraits of the
. tliree hustling youngsters printed herewith Will attest, .; " 'f i r!
.r'-" T-i AAA Ini4a m a A WW n mm- h A 9 n mmm ba mrm I a ttisr "mmr A M wa d dO M V A 'AftAfw
... . i. '." .t ., ; - .
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' " j 35on the team Phil Todt at first base and Charley Ruffing and
s -?i2jrfieId In the box. ,,. '-' :. V ' i' '
. A year ago Fob!, In one of his loquacious' moments, remarked
v 1 j iat-jf Todt was fcEfe of the most promising first Tsasemen' in" the
'.'ot's' wcrk. . last season7 -bore "but Fbl'e teller and-hel3
, tf I t a to d .: aid ri'oeral recornitlon this year. " J. :..':
... ! ir.r -::: and, Howard "llhnike -are rfceogatzedlai the
1 ' t ' ? of the fox tturiicg staff, with Chet Ross, Paul Zahnlzer and
i.v.ILiy Lei LundgrL-a helping them out,. - .; - - - I , -.; -f ,v i
f v.-v ,',TTT. ,.. . '
: -Oregon's baseball nine first gets
Into' action today when the varsity
crosses' bats Kwlth the fast J?t.
JOhns Bears . of Portland . In : Eu
gene. ' The' Portlanders have
jome of the -fastest semi-pros ' in
the, stata- la tbelr lineup. ;.
-Baseball' bmooects at Oregon
Are dinv at present due to a dearth
if material. an" faehhili'tteri, atv
though there 4s: a good sprinkling
of- last edro ; veterans! Particu
larly' tough intercollegiate' com
petition '. will "be I eheduntered ' this
year :as the schedule Includes only"
Washington and the Oregon Ag
gles, both of whom have excellent
aines J' " - ' " -r: V i
The' infield is causing Coach
Reja hart the most grief at present,
particularly the cone around sec
ond base, but the outfield is short
of heavy macers.-. The present in
field quartet includes Rex Adolph,
of Salem, on first; Clifford Kuhn,
of Lebanon, ' on second ; Arnold
Kiminkl, of Astoria, at short, and
Howard Hobson, of - Portland, ' at
third. . - '
- Adolph' and; Hobson are vet
erans and can be" counted on; to
uphold 'their end, but Kuhn and
KIminki are experiments, neither
having college1 experience beyond
the freshman', team. Fred West,
of Portland, last year's shortstop.
Is working on the pitcher's mound,
but may be shifted, back to the
infield if; too. many hits trickle
through. , Jim Hanley. considered
the best .fielder of. the- lot,, and
Melvin Raya hard hitting second
sacker, : are lost, through, failure
to meet scholastic. requirements,,
The pitching , staff !a, looming
as the Btroag spot of the team
with four, good j right banders, on
band,' excluding West, who . is
rated as atr tnf lelder. Fred Har
rison," of Astoria,-' holdover," and
Bilt" 5 Ashby, ex-Balem !. Senator
twlrler, seem to be the pick of
the crew and the likely startera,
althongb Bill-Baker,. of Indepen
dence, a , freshman graduate, and
Ray ; Williams, of San Francisco,
Cal.r will do. a two-year letterman,
are tightening up the race, v , r
Jack: Bliss, of; ; Berkeley, Cat.
will don the wlndpad for his third
year . and will be - assisted . by
George Mimnaugh, of Portland, a
catcher, who alternated? between
the backstop 'position and ; right
field :last year.' Mimnaugh. la ; a
scrappy performer. y ', ' -.
'. Lynn - Jones, i of , Salem, and
Frank Relnhart, of Salem. 1525
resrulars seem anchored In left
and center field, respeetlTely. with
Ray ' Edwards of Milton, the out
standing candidate tor the right
garden : assignment. Relnhart; a
brother of -the -Oregon coach, ,is
the best hiter of the lot ahd 'cov
ers the most ground.' Jones and
Edwards- each , tip the ! scales
around the 200 mark, and. take
a mighty :Ruthian cut at. the
globule.. " Vti v - ' ' 'W-:''
v ,A contest with the Pacific Uni
yerslty nine will follow the St.
Johns mix on April 25, and clear
the boards for the opening con
ference game April 30 at Seattle
- Klamath v Falls Weyerhaeuser
Timber Co.' paya almost 1 0 per
cent of all KlaJuath county taxes.
Chicago . 3
Washington . . 3
New. York ... 2
Cleveland . 1
Detroit . 1
Boston f. .1
Philadelphia 1 .
St. Louis .. 0
VOBLD CHAMPS LO
St. Louis Wins Three Out of
Four Games With Pitts-
:'..- T '
E; SCORE 4-3
Bucky Harris" Ordered from
Field After Kunm wan
Sf. Louis 3; Pirates 2
ST. LOUIS. April. 16. (A.P.)
A ninth inning rally, today en
abled the St. Louis Cardinals to
defeat the Pirates 3 to 2, and to
make it three out-of -four in their
series, with the world's champ
ions.. A double, single, and a
walk in the final frame filled the
bases. Then Blades was hit by a
pitched ball, forcing in Torporcer.
Flowers scored the winning run on
Sheeban and Smith;
Sothoron and O'Farrell.
.2 4 1
.3 8 0
. r Boston 0; Phillies R
. PHILADELPHIA. April 16.
(A.P) The Boston Braves won
their first game of the season to
day by taking the final game Of
the series from the Phillies 6 to
5 Ernie Naun was pounded for
six rounds in the four innings,
but Uirich stopped the Braves .at
tack. Bob Smith was effective
for Boston nntil the ninth Inning,
when the locals scored two r'unB
and had two men on bases, but
pinch .. hitter Clarence Mitchell
popped to Bancroft.
Boston.. 6 11 3
Philadelphia 6 11 1
'"Smith and Taylor: Maun, Ui
rich, Willoughby and Wilaon.
' Senators 4; Athletics 3
WASHINGTON, April 16.
By Associated Press.) -Wash
ington took a free hitting game
from Philadelphia today 4 to 3,
giving the Senators three of the
four -game series. . -Five Athletic
pitchers failed to keep Washing
ton players off -the -bases. , Man
ager Bucky Harris was ordered
off the field In the ninth whm ha
vigorously protested Umpire Nal--
tin's ruling that he bad not touch
ed second base In a close play.
. , Scorer " R. H. E.
Philadelphia ......... 3 10 0
Washington. : ........ , 4 11 1
A : Gray, Helmach, Grove, Walberg
Rommel and Perkins; Ruether,
Heinricn, Alarberry and uuei. .
''-'New York S; Boston 2 1 .: -BOSTON,
'April 1 6. (By Asso
ciated Pressl) The Yankees won
tbieir first series of the season to
day, taking the third and final
game from the Red Sox 3 to ;2.
Herb Pennock, though he yielded
10 hits, was strong In the pinches.1
Score , v R. II. E.
New- York .......... 3 71
Boston . . . . . . . . . . . ... 2 10 1
' Pennock and Collins; Zahniser,
Welxer and ' Gaston. '
1 Detroit: 5; Cleveland 3
DETROIT, April 16. (By As
sociated Press.)- August Johns.
Fort Worth' rookie, held Cleve
land, to four hits and turned in a
5 to 3 , victory for Betroit today.
Shaute's wlldness and a double
by,iHellmann which le'are4 lhe
bases .were responsible for De
troit's five runs In the thirds -'
.:S4pre- . , ",,;., R. if, e.
Cleveland .. ....... 3 4 0
Detroit . . .. : 5 . 8 '. 2
.: ; Ehaute. ,Kerr - and . L. Sewell;
Johns and Manlon. . -k -' 3
'.' Chicago 5; 8t. Louis 1 ;
f CHICAGO. April 16. (By As
sociated ,;Fress.) - Tom Gulley'i
three base bit with the bases fill
ed In the first inning , proved the
undoing of Charley Robertson in
his . first appearance against his
former team mates today : and
Chicago defeated St. Louis 5 to I
for the third stralghttline. -. 4
Score . R. If. E.
3 L Louis , ; ,-,'v 1 6 ""0
Chicago '...-,.' 6 " 6 ' 1
? Robertson, Jonnard. G lard;. and
Margraves; Fa ber and Grouse
LEAGUE HEADS HIT ; v
000, appropriation for' next rear.
said It was necessary for his re-
organiialion program by which ho
hoped- to stamp out the sources of
liquor supply." " . '. ; ,v;;
.At tne name time General An
drew was becoming a storm cen
ter in the wet and drjr contro
very. Assailed by some drys over
the conntry because he agreed be
fore " the' senate committee that
restricted government sale of non-
intoxicating, beer might help en
lorcement. ne . was defended ; to
day by both wet and drjr leaders
in congrest. . -;. . -...;'
t The house was told by Repre
sentative . cramton. republican,
Michigan,, a dry leader, that he
believed f the general was faith
fully doing all he could to. enforce
the -law. Simultaneously Senator
Edge, republican. New Jersey, a
wet leader s In the teU, : Issued
a, statement commending th ptJT
hibitlon chief for his frankness.
Cincinattl 2; Chicago 1
CINCINNATI. April 16 (A.P.)
Lucas triumphed over Alexan
der In a pitching duel today, Cin
cinnati defeating Chicago 2 to 1.
Lucas won the game in the third
when he tripled and scored in a
sacrifice fly. In the second, Wil
son bOunced ' a triple off the
bleacher in right and scored on a
4 ' R II E
Chicago 1 4 1
CfUClnnatl 2 4 ,2
- Alexander and Hartnett; Lucas
IS 112 LB, BELT
Leander Lupfon Wins Na
tional Honor; Gets Decis
t ; ion from Clubman , c
CORVALLIS. Ore.. April 1 6
(A.P.) Leander Lupton, of Cor
nell college, Iowa, won the na
tional 112 pound championship In
the national amateur athletic un
ion wrestling tournament here to
night by winning a decision over
Arthur . Riehl ' of the Multnomah
club, Portland .
'Cyril Mltchel of Multnomah
club, Portland, won the national
title In the 118 pound class by
throwing Demarsh. of Cushing,
Ok la, wo was last year'ff winner
in the 112 pound class.
, Mitchell pinned his opponent in
six minutes, fire "seconds.
PARENTS CLAIM BODY
(Coatialed frm pc 1)
New York 3; Brooklyn 2
, .NEW YORK, April 16 (A.P.)
: Jack Scott outpointed Burleigh
Grlmes'"in ar pitching duel today
and 'the Giants beat the Robins. 3
to 2, in the final game of their
series. " Scott allowed seven hits,
ojae being a homer by Jacques.
, . 1 R II E
Brooklyn .:. 2 7 0
New York 3
- Grimes and Hargreaves;
Bits Tor Breakfast
Wanted, April showers
Plus a real Webfoot downpour.
Strawberry growers say they
will have ripe fruit on their ta
bles this month, if weather condi
tions do not change very much.
The usual time is about June' 1
; ' v
1 The state lime plant at the pen
itentiary will start up in earnest
this. morning. Before the day Is
over, the capacity of the plant will
be known pretty well, and a basis
will be possible for fixing prices
of lime to the farmers. The ma
chinery has . been7 making short
spurts lor several days, but it will
be down to real business today.
:::-y: A :
Flax seed sufficient to. plant
200 acres was shipped from the
penitentiary yesterday, going to
Columbia county. The land to be
utilized there is-of the nature of
pur beaverdam land, and it should
grow lone line fiber of good qual
ity i The , acreage now provided
forto grow flax this year for the
state plant. Is a little over 2200.
It Is practically all planted, and
the flax up and coming. 'With
anything like a favorable season,
the state plant should have
enough flax to supply fiber for the
two Salem linen mills, The Ore
gon Linen Mills,; Inc., has about
300 acres under contract,, in the
The primary campaign Is now
all set to go. This is a poor way
to choose candidates,7 but It ia the
best we have.. And it is not more
faulty than the old way of polit
ical conventions, with party boss
es and inner circles. - , -
was baptised, ; shortly after 4
o'clock The prisoner ate a futile
Five minutes before the sched
uled execution Cody received a
telegram from his uncle who re
sides in Florida:
' "If the worst is to come, may
God have mercy on your bouI." .
That . was the way It was
Death was stayed a few mo
ments later than the set hour of
8:30 when the child-minded man
requested. In 'keeping with his
rights, that Warden J. W. Llllie
read the entire death warrant to
He was smoking a cigarette
when he made his final statement
and continued to smoke until the
black cap was adjusted over his
Archie Cocr, .slayer of Sheriff
Austin Goodmaq of Harney coun
ty, entered the execution cham
ber at 8:40,' climbed the 13 steps
leading to the gallows and took
his place on the trap. He showed
no emotion. The trap was sprung
at 8:41 and Cody. was pronounced
dead 13 minutes later. Beside
the figure on the gallows stood
Father Keen an of the Salem
Catholic church, and ' Warden
The murder of Sheriff Good
man occurred on August 27,
1924, when the officer attempted
to arrest Cody on a charge of pass
ing two bad i checks. Cody later
was arrested,' tried' and sentenced.
In prison parlance Cody was a
four-time loser. He first was re
ceived at the state penitentiary
hero May 22, 1919, from Douglas
county to serve, from -six months
to one year for polygamy. He
was paroled November 3, 1919.
He was returned to the prison
September 25, 1920, from Doug
las county following conviction
on acharge of larceny. He was
discharged from 'the institution
June 7, "1922. Previous to serv.
ing time in the Oregon prison,
Cody was j a prisoner in the Cali
fornia state penitentiary at Pol-
Albany- March; building per
mits reach 190.000, I52.O00 ; for
Southern Pacific shops. "''
KILLED UNDER HARROW
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, ; April
16.(By Associated i Press. Ji ,
Meiva Saunders, 1 3. daJ . of
Simon Saunders of OgdeJJtah,
and 'a boy companion named
Wadswdrth were dragged to their
death, under a barrow near Sbel.
ley, Idaho, yesterday. " Details are
ilk: Fed ;fial .
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A FORT WORTH, Texas. April 14.
(P) Compelled by an attack
of laryngitis to cancel all engage
ments for the remainder of the
week and to remain quiet In her
room-, Mme. Ernestine Schumann
Ileink.was resting .easily, tonight.
"Cochran-Tralnloads of Jap
squares' shipped from Wheeler
mills, for Japan. ,
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