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THE OREGON STATESfttAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 192G
Oil OXFORD DICID
Jhird Valley Game Promises
Excitement; I ntieid Is
. Tightened Up
The Salem Senators will take
the field today at 3 o'clock on the
Oxford park diamond against. the
Fulton club nine of Portland in
their third Greater Portland-Willamette
Valley -league game. An
exceptionally good contest 1a look
ed forward to. v -
With the In field -tightened trp
and a few other holes barricaded,
the Senators, are expected to.- pre
sent a worthy appearance oa the
greensward today. Baird will ap
pear on the initial bag. Proctor
will nlar second and Biahon win
guard the sawdust bag on third.
.Red Ridings will gambol two and
fro. between second- and . third in
his old position as shortstop. This
combination is expected to resolve
itself into one of the greatest in
fields in the league. ' -
Bar ham Is expected to start the
broadside for Salem, with Edwards
doing the receiving. Russel will
be on deck in case any nnforseen
evident happens to Barham's de
UTery. PIRATES DEFEATED
St. Louis ditcher Air Tight,
- Hitting Ability .
St. Louis 9; Pirates 3
PITTSBURGH, April 24. (By
Associated .Press.) Rehm's air
tight pitching, coupled with : his
teammates' I slugging gave St.
Louis a victory over Pittsburgh
today. 9 to ,3. The Cardinals bat
ted three . Pirate hurlers freely.
wnlle their pitching ace held the
cnampions to four scattered hits
Score R. H. E
rt. Louis .4. ..... 9 13 2
PitUburgh 3 4 0
Rhem and O'Farrell; Kremer,
Sheehan and Goochc, Smith.
Brooklyn 2; New York 1
BROOKLYN. April 24. (By
Associated Press.) Brooklyn de
feated the Giants today 2 to 1
when Hargeaves unshed oat a sin
gla In the final half of the ninth
with the1 bases loaded. Jess Petty
held the Giants to four hits and
not any runner got beyond' second
until the ninth when Groh got a
double. , " ; ' -
Score . . R. H.E.
New York . . 14 1
Brooklyn . . 2 7 0
Barnes. Fitzsimmons and Hart
ley; Petty and Hargraves.
' Phillies 8; Boston 7.
BOSTON, April 24. (By Asso
ciated Press.) A batting rally in
the last two innings by the Phil
1'es won an S to 7 victory over
the Braves in the last of the four
game series here today.
Score R. H.E.
Philadelphia 8 11 4
Bostdn v. r. V 7 11 4
Baecht, , Maun, Willoughby,
Pierre and Wilson.
rGenewlch; Cooney and Taylor.
CHICAGO, April 24. (By As
rciate4 Jress.)., National Cincinnati-Chicago,
IS STARS CLASH
40,000 Spectators Witness
, , Pennsylvania Relay Car
;' nival's Close V
ii sni en
PHILADELPHIA, April 24.
(By Associated Press.) The de
risive defeat of Frank Hussey of
Boston college, national 100-yard
. rhampfonveeupled. .with the cre
ation at JLwo ' riew' carniral relay
records stood ouf "today In .per-
. f ormances -jrhicn brought, the two
day Pennsylvania relay carnival
to- a close ? which was exciting" but
lacking-for the .most part In. the
. brilliance i which- has characterized
the meet In recent' years.
Close to 40.000 spectators at
Franklin field say Hnseey sustain
me of . the worst defeats of his
career, starting badly, and finish-
ing only fourth in the final of the
100-yard dash special, which was
- won; by Hester. Michigan star, in
, 10 1-10 seconds, ' - . ' .
" Yale's team set a- new carnival
.mark of 1:27 4-5 in capturing the
batr mtto college relay thampten
sbipt while Brooklyn Manual high
' school of Brooklyn - accounted for
the Bay's remtining record with a
new carnival standard of 3:29 in
the class- B high school one -mile
championship. , All told the two
day struggle among 3.000 athletes
produced , on? new, world's mark,
S quarter mile interscholastic rec
ord set by. Mereersburje academy,
and11 II " carnival, record perform
ances. It was the first carnival
since the war which has failed. to
bring out at least one world's rec
ord; feat among -the college run'
ners. -'- :;'.- ?.4i i" t
: Portland - Portland Electric
Power company shows February
gross sarning, of $942,618.
JIarcSi lumber xport from Coos
Bay had value of $ei,185.'V
Pacific Coast V 1
Oakland 6 ;- San Francisco 2
Hollywood 11; Seattle 0
Missions 8; Portland 5
Sacramento 1; Los Angeles 7
Brooklyn 2; New York 1
Philadelphia 8; Boston 7 -
St. LouifT- 9 - PittshnrirK 9
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New York 9; Boston 1
Cleveland 4 ; Detroit 3 - - .
. Philadelphia 4; Washington 1
Chicago 7i St. Louis 4 r ;
Local Tennis Team Wins
Two Singles, Two Doubles
and Loses Singles .
Saletn hieh schnnt men's lannl.
team 1 defeated (ha ntun, m.
school team Saturday. The games
were played - at Albany. A four-
maa team was sent south for the
match. Four (tin via matftiu on
two doubles matches we ni,iui
Salem won two singles, both of, the
uuuoies, ana lost two singles.'
Following is the summary:
Singles Haeaman nt Salam fol.
feated Colyer. of Albany. 1-6. 6-3
6-3." Creech of Ralcm riefata1 Ar
nold of Albany. 7-5, 6-8, 6-4.
Scott of Albany defeated Ehmer of
aaiem, s-3, 6-7. 6-4. Potwtn of
Albany defeated De Harport of Sa-
Doubles- Ehmer and DeTIarnnrt
of Salem defeated Potwin and
Scott of Albanv. fi-l 3-fi fi.s
Creech and Hagaman of Salem de
feated Colyer and Arnold of Al
bany 6-4, 6-1.
The Salem team will Intrrnev tn
Corvallis next Saturday to met
the Corvallis high school team.
REED COLLEGE LOSCES
SEATTLE, April 24. (By As
sociated Press.) The University
of Washington's first freshman
crew defeated Reed College of
Portland by five and one half
lengths in a. two mile race on Lake
Washington here tpday.
CHARGE LIQUOR VIOLATION
MEDFORD.' April 24. H. C.
Hoffsdeck an Austrian, residing
in the Griffin creek district, was
arrested this afternoon charged
with liquor possession, following
a raid on his plac.e by the sher
iff's office, resulting in the seizure
of twenty, gallons of wine, the
authorities claim. '
Oregon farmers have 3251 radio
ets, and 5771 tractors.
WHieire We Sttamd
Dodge Brothers Position
In the Industry
Will Be Announced Next Week
TO ATHLETIC HIE
Goose Gosiin's Homer Gives
Senators Only Runj. Four
v Game Series Split
Athletics 4; Senators 1
PHILADELPHIA, April 24.
(By Associated Press.) The Athletics-
split their four game series
with the Washington Senators by
taking the final fray today 4 to 1.
Goose Gosiin's home run in the
fourth gave tW visitors tbel lone
Score R. H. E.
Washington l io 1
Philadelphia . 4 7 l
Bush and Severeid; Quinn and
Nw York 9; Bofton 1
NEW YORK. April 24. (By
Associated Press.) Th Yankees
beat the Boston Red Sox. 9- to 1
today: Ruth hit his third home
run of the season with two men
Score R. H .E.
Boston . . . 1 4 4
New York ....... 9 12 0
WUtse, Lumrgren and Goston;
Schocker and Collins.
Cleveland 4; Detroit 3
CLEVELAND. April 24. (By
Associated Press.) Luke Sewell's
single with Burns on third and
two men out in the eleventh In
ning gave Cleveland a clean sweep
of the series over Detroit here to
day. The score was 4 to 3.
Score ' . R. H. E.
Detroit .............. 3 14 l
Cleveland ....... .T. .. 4 9 0
Whitehlli snd Bas61er; Leveson
and L. Sewell.
ChJcego 7; St. Ionis 4
ST. LOUIS. April 24. (By As
sociated Press.) Tbe Chicago
White Sox defeated the St. Louis
Browns 7 to 4 in a game featured
by long distance hitting.
Score R. 11. E.
Chicago 7 12, 1
St. Louis 4 10 3
Thomas, Edwards and Crouse;
Vangilder, Jonnard and Schang.
DEMPSEY TO TRAIX
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Apl.
24. Jack Dempsey. heavyweight
title holder, arrived here today to
begin intensive training at a camp
in Laurel park, a suburb, for a
match which is to be arranged by
Tex Rickard. Dempsey looked
over the site of his camp and ap
peared well pleased.
North Powder Contract let for
building part of Muddy Creek mar
Dodge Brothers, Inc. will make an
important official statement in this
paper next week.
Specific figures regarding their sales
record for the first three months of
1926 and the present rank of this
company in the Automobile Industry
will be reported.
These facts, we believe, will be
of your closest attention.
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BY ISSIOfl SQUAD
Beavers Bingled for 15 Hits,
Lose 8-5; Senators
Missions S; Portland 5
SAN FRANCISCO. April 24.
(By Associated Press.) The Mis
sions enjoyed-a field day at the
plate today driving out 15 hits
to trounce Portland 8 to 5. Payne
started on the mound for Portland
but was driven off in the second
frame after seven runs had been
scored off. him. Protho, Portland
third sacker duplicated his feat
of yesterday In making a home
Score ' R. H. E.
Portland 5 8 2
Missions 8 15 0
Payne. Ortman and Tobin;
Ludolph and Schmidt.
Senators IO; Angels 7
SACRAMENTO, April 24. (By
Associated Press.) Sacramento
took'a wild and wooly ball game
from the league-leading Angels
here today 10 to 7. The visitors
scored seven runs in the first
three innings and all seemed lost.
Then Glamor lost his stuff and
the Senators pounded in six runs
in the fifth and continued their as
sault on Phillips and Sanders for
four more and the game in the
Score R. H.
Los Angeles 7 13
Sacramento 10 14
Glazner, PhiHips. Sanders.
Holmes -and Sandberg; Vinci,
Shea Martin, and Koehler.
Hollys 11; Seattle O
r LOS ANGELES. April 24.
John (Sheriff) Singleton held the
Seattle Indians to five hits and
pitched the Hollywood Stars of
the . Pacific Coast league to an
11 to 0 victory here today. Frank
O'Doul had a perfect day at bat
with a double, two singles and
two sacrifice hits. The series
stands three to two with the In
dians having the margin.
Score R. H. E.
Seattle 0 5 3
Hollywood . 11 12 1
Brett, Ramsey and Baldwin;
Singleton and Cook.
Oakland 5; Seals 2
OAKLAND, April 24. Backed
by sensational support from Reese
and Larry, Johnny Stuart pitched
the Oaks to a 5 to 2 win over the
Seals this afternoon. The Oaks
pounded the shots of Bob Geary
to all corners of the lot and did
likewise to those of Moudy and
Lang who followed Geary into the
Score R. H. E
San Francisco 2 6 1
Oakland 5 16 0
Geary, Moudy, Lang and Yelle,
Vargas; Stuart and Bool.
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V. , Pacific Coast
Los Angeles 9 6'
Sacramento . . . . 9 7
Missions 9 7
Seattle- . ...... io 9
Saa Francisco .... 8 9
Hollywood 8 o
Oakland 7 8
Portland 8 11
New York ........ 7 2
St. . Louis ........ 7 4
Cincinnati 5 4
Chicago 5 4
Philadelphia 6 5
Brooklyn 4 5
Boston 3 8
Pittsburgh 3 8
Cleveland 7 2
New York .7 3
Washington .6 5
Chicago 6 5
Detroit . 4 5
Boston 4 6
Philadelphia 4 7
St. Louis 3 8
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RABBI BITT TO
Portland Jewish Leader to
Try for Third Time to
Keep Salem Qate
Rabbi Max Merritt of Portland
will be the principal speaker at
the Salem Kiwanij club luncheon
Tuesday noon. Rabbi Merritt was
scheduled to address local Kiwan
ians several weeks ago, but fail
ed to show up during the entire
luncheon hour. Later it develop
ed that he had become engrossed
in a popular magazine and had
traveled through Salem and on to
Albany before he realized his
Later he was slated again for
the address, but was detained be
cause of business. Officers or the
club declare, however, that he will
appear for certain this time, un
less some unlooked for event
again prevents him from coming.
JS-." a .
Ellis E, Cooley
LOCALS IN TEMIS
Score Stands 7 to 0 Though
Webfoots Take First
Sets by Odds
EUGENE. April 24. (By As
sociated Press.) The University
of Oregon tennis team defeated
the Willamette university team
here today by a score of 7 to 0.
In all of the five singles and two
doubles the Webfooters took the
first two sets by heavy odds.
The summary: -
Singles Okerberg, Oregon, de
feated Walsh, -Willamette. 6-0.
6-2; Cohn, Oregon, defeated Min
to, Willamette, 6-2. 6-2; Coffin,
Oregon, defeated White, Willam
ette, 6-4, 6-0; Henton. Oregon,
defeated Bell, Willamette", 6-3,
Doubles Okerberg and Adams,
Oregon, defeated Minto and Lit
tlefield. Willamette. 6-2. 6-0; Cof
fin and Cross. Oregon, defeated
Walsh and White, Willamette,
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