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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
-" : TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 15. 1926
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ALBilTJYIS . DEFEATED
BY SALEM SENATORS
Local Nine Continues Bid for
Honors,' Win Sunday's
.. Game by 6-3 Score.
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- Salem Senator continued their
bidding for the Greater Portland
Willamette Valley league cham
pionship - by defeating the mea
from Albany Sunday. The Cycols
continue to hold Uhe lead. ' how
ever, also winning their ' game
Sunday.- The local boys took the
gatoe, to 3. r - . -
After Albany, had failed to do
anything in the' first inning, Sa
lem started the scpring when Proc
tor Jifted one oyer the right field
fence for four easy" bases. - .
: Iq the,thlrd inning Salem added
four, more mns to their total;- in
cidentally cinching the game. Sa
lem completed her scoring in the
sixth. inning, managing tb score a
lode run on a wild heave from
center. , Iq. the eighth inning Al
bany gained, two runs. They were
unable to scratch the surface in
their last chance at the bat.
: . Salem : still stands ' in second
pla.ee In , the league, having won
seven And lost . two. Cycols lead
with one lost and seven won.
Should Salem win' next Sunday's
contest and should the Cycols lose
Salem will spurt . to first place,
having played one more game than
the Portland aggregation
' Following is the summary of
: Is, t Salem
' AB. R
- Paclflc Coast s
' s . ; w. r,.
Los Angeles ........:U41 25
Oakland . ...:S4
Missions . 11. 34
Portland ...; .....:......3 4
Seattle ... j -.34
Hollywood .1 .. 32
San Francisco .....28
Qulnn cf .'. .
Barton rf . .
, Ridings as ,
Bout on 3b
Baird lb . : .
Reld If .. . .'
Edwards c .
Russell p . .'
xTJarham p .
Totals . . .
; ' W. I Pet.
Cincinnati ......31 23. .574
Pittsburgh . ;.L2S.22 .560
St. Louis 29 26 .557
Chicago ..... . ..28 ' 25 v .519
Brooklyn 2 6 25 .610
New York -U-.-i.27: 28 t ,491
Philadelphia 9 22 ,it2
Boston ...1. U...22 28 : ;440.
; W. L.
New York . U40 16
Cleveland ! ..-.31 26
Chicago .....1. .;. .--.SO ' 26
Philadelphia -U -,...31
St Louis ... -.-.28
Detroit .. ..i ;. .... 27
Boston -...U , ......17
Buster Brown Shoe Store. High
class, stylish looking, comfort giv
ing, long wearing shoes for the
least money '.Go and be convinc
ed. 125 North Com'l St, - ()
Gabriel- Powaer supply Co.,
lumber, building materials, paints
and Tarnishes, roofing paper. Get
prices there and make a big sav
ing. Office. 175 S. Com'L ()
SALEM GOLFERS IE
IN BASEBALL LEAGUE
Salem, Albany, Cycol and St.
Johns Are to r ighlfor L
i ';- Supremacy; -V
Only four base bull teams will be
recognised in the Greater Portland
Willamette Valley baseball league
from now on, It ' was announced
here .Monday, evening, as the re
sult of a conference - in Portland.
The teams left in the league after
the others were eliminated are Sa
lem, Albany, CyccI and St. Johns.
The chanre was made. It is said,
in order to provide faster games
and . to speed up the schedule.
Oftly the teams that were fare be
hind in the -race were -elfminated.
The .league has been .grealLy : im
proved by the change, according
to the opinion of officials of the
Vick Bros, are selling the Oak
land and Pontiae cars. Agents for
the valley counties. Pioneer firm
in autos. Oakland coach now only
S12?0. 280 S. High St. ()
.36 6 9 27 12
Mason 3b ... 4 1 1
Wilkinson ss . 4 0 1
Hecker 2b . .412
McKersie lb. 4 0 2
McReyn'ds. If 4.0 .0
Qulssenb'y. rf 3 0 0
Braumb'gh cf 2 0 0
Krelta c 3 1 1
Turpin t p .... 3 0 0
Cox cf . . . : . 2 0 0
Totals '...38 3 7 24 10 4
xReplaced Russell in the eighth,
on out.- ,'
Batted for Broutnbaugh In the
seventh, two put
. Patersott ran tor: Kreitz in the
'eightlu: - .: ; . . :.y;: :.. . -,Jh . ...
. ; Summary -Innings pitched, by
Barham l'2rS; by Russell 7 1-3,
by Tur'pin '8; credit-victory to Rus
teefli defeat to Turpin: hits batted,
offiRussell. 6. off; Barham 1,,'off
Turplri-S; runs'scored. off Turpin
6,ofT': Barhaift l.Qff Russell 2 ;
struck; out. by Turpin 5, . by, Bar
nam 3 by Russell .2 ; bas on balls,
off. Turpin 1, off Russell 1; Kreitx
.hit by Pitched - ball by Russell ;
stoIenV bases, Ridings , 2, Russell,
Proctor, Hecker; home runs, Proc
tor;:wo. base -hits. Mason; double
plays Ridings to Proctor to Baird;
time of - game,-l :'5 9.
,. X'mpirea Schea at plate, Groce
on bases." - '
DEFEATED IH MATCH
Local Clubmen Finish in
Third Place in Inter-City
Play at Corvallis.
The golf' team of the Illahee
Country club took third place Sun
day at the inter-city golf match
held at Corvallis between Illahee,
Corvallis, and Eugene.
A notable fact of the inter-city
tournament, in which one match
was held in each cMy, was that Sa
lem won or. her home grounds;
Eugene won on her home, grounds,
and Sunday Corvallis won on her
Corvallis won the tournament
and the cup, however, as she man
aged to place second both at Eu
gene and at Salem,
Salem v,as handicapped Sunday
by being minus two of herbest
players-Ercel Kay was unable to
play on account of a recent opera
tion, end Df Ti H. H. dinger was
also finable to - "play. : -6"fris Vry
was bow imedalist. Cor- the .Salem
club. i . r -..,-.-;- :-M --" ' '
TO CLEVELAND G TO 5
Shaute Proves Life-Saver
. .for' Indians; St. Lquis
Beats New York,
' 1T. P; Woodry Son, 271 N.
Contl. Stl. furniture store. Bar
gains in furniture of all kinds.
Agent tor Lang ranges; best made.
Also auctioneers. rf ? r ;r ()
t C. A: Luthy.. Reliable Jewelry
store i What. you. are looking for
In Jewelry, Where a child can buy
as safely as a man or woman. Re
pairing In all lines..- .. ; . ' - ()
Chaa K. Spauidlng Logging Co..
lumber . and building . materials.
The best costs no more than In
ferior grades. Go to the big Sa
lem factory and save money. ()
H." T. Love, the, Jeweler. 335
State St, High, quality Jewelry,
ilverware- and - diamonds. The
gold standard of values. Once a
buyer always a customer,' ()
1 Every two weeks a mag-
- . . nificent Empress liner -.
'ila from Vancouver for
( ? " China, Japan and the Phil- :
1 ippines-record times with ;
-typical Canadian 'Pacific ; -
comfort and cuisine a fea- d .
- .ure. ; -v ;
Cleveland 6; .Athletics B -CLEVEIAND,
June 14. (By
Associated Press) Cleveland de
feated Philadelphia 6 to 5 here
today tne feature being Shaute's
relief pitching for the Indians.
Philadelphia 59 .1
Cleveland ; 6 11 2
Rommell. Pate. Heimach and
Cochrane. Fox; Levsen, Shaute
St. Louis 7; New York 3
ST. LOUIS. June 14 The St
Louis Browns outhit the New
York Tanks today and won 7 to
3. Babe Ruth got his 22nd home
run of the season.
Score- R. H. E.
New York 3 8 2
St. Louis 7 10 0
Pennock, Beall," Braxton and
Collins; C. Robertson, Wingfield,
Vangllder and Dixon.
TO Ml 01 4-3
Three Base Hit in Ninth' With
.One On Is Winner; Pirates
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New Tork 4; Reds
NEW YORK, June 14. (By
Associated Press.) " Florence's
triple in . the ninth with one on
base gave the New York Giants
a four to three victory over the
Cincinnati Reds today .'
Score-' "" R. II. E.
Cincinnati . ... . r 3 10 1
New York . . .....4.8 I
Degoe and Picinich; Scott. Mc
Quillan, Davies and - Florence.
BOSTON 3; Pirates 2
BOSTON, June 14. (By Asso
ciated Press.) Pittsburgh failed
to stand in the way of. the Braves
progress here today defeating the
former champions 3 to t. r
. Score R, H. E.
Pttsburgh ........... 2 , $ 3
Boston 3 9 0
. Yde and Gooch; Benton, Mog
ridge and J. Taylor.
MS WIN FROM
Triple Tie Broken in Twilight
"i League; Monday Con-
test Is Speedy.
r. S. Rank .
Paper Co. . . .
W. L. PcU
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, .3 1 .750
Chicago 0; Phillies 7
PHILADELPHIA. June 14.
The Chicago Cubs took the first
game from Philadelphia today 9
to 7. Five home runs featured
the scoring by the Cubs, account
ing for six runs.
Score R. H. E.
Chicago 9 14 1
Philadelphia ......... 7 14 2
Bush, Osburne.iand Hartnett;
'Bentley, Ulrich and Henline.
Dough ton & Sherwia. . Hard-J
ware, 486 N. Com't St. Hardware,
Builders 'SuddIIbs. v Paints. - . Varn
ishes. : Give us a call, you'll; find
our prices reasonable. ' : ; : t)'
The Man's Shoo eaves1 you" a. ten
dollar .bill on every , Quality . suit.
Shirts, hats; ,ttesr collara," 'i High
grade clothiiic.' perfect" fitting.
long "wearing.. lSVState)
The "Scotch irWo6len" liilla "la 'a
first class store to orderjywif ew
spring .and summer .suit..- Suits
hold shape and color.' Best dress
era wear enw 426 State St, (.)
G."W.;Day tires,- tu pea aft d ac
cesories. Hasf the Ooodyear tires,
the standard of the world. Mr.
Day can 'givelyoui more mileage.
Corner Com'l and Chemeketa. ( )
Boston T; Detroit S
DETROIT, June t 14 Detroit
Lwon a nip and tuck battle from
Boston 8 to 7 today Ruffing hit
a home run withtwo on" in1 the
eighth:1.. : ; ' ' -
- Scored ; 'Y it jH. E.
Boston ' .. VJ. 7$ 9 0
Detroit i,:.; , . 1
rltnssdll. Ruffing, Zahniser . and
Bischoff; WhitehUti "Dauss, Col
lins and. Manion, Woodall.. - s .
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aTh: Moo'rei "35-N. High ;SL
apartments ans store where, you
can .get high qaaUty -furniture-and
furnishings for -every 'room In
your house, ;'' -.',()
I - "PLAY JURIES HIT .
NEW YORK. June 14 (AP)
Voicing disapproval o.f tna "play.
juTy" system and declaring, "there
has', been -too - much unwarranted
ndr Illegal interference by,; quasi-
public 'bodies in af fairs ; affecting
morality supreme court vustlce
M ullan today reserved' decision' on
the application of the producers of
"The Bunk .'of 1928.". to make
permanent an- Injunction restrain
ing interference with that play.
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1 BALANCE I
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CHARLEV-SAUNT with SYD CHAPLIM :
t . Me&ui 'H'Pkoouctns prsjJUBVTws conn '
At thevBHtiKStartin'T Today
- 1 Brooklyn 8; St. Louis 5
- BROOKLYN. June 14. Home
runs by Herman Felix aided the
Dodgers in defeating the St. Louis
Cardinals today 8 to 5. The Xdg
ers retired the side in the sev
enth on a triple play, Maranville
Score R.H. E.
St. Louis 5 11 11
Brooklyn 8 12 1
H. Bell, Reinhart, Johnson and
O'Farrell; McGraw and Har-greaevs.
A triple tie between K. C... Val
ley Motor and Grotto teams, in the
Twilight league, was broken last
night when the Caseys won a fast
contest from the Mechanics 2-1.
The Valley Motor did all their
scoring in the first frame when
Race singled, stole second and
scored on Keene's triple to deep
enter. Keene died on third when
Proctor """grounded out to short.
Only three mechanics stepped to
the pfate in each of the next three
innings, a near-rally being sopped
short in the fourth when with one
out the Caseys executed a snappy
double play. In this frame Ashby
of tne Valley Motor struck out;
Keene singled to right center;
then Proctor clouted a flaming
grass-cutter towards second and it
looked as though the fireworks
tiad started, but Heenan managed
to knock Proc's hot one down and
retrieved it in time to catch Keene
at second and double on first.
The Caseys scored once in the
first when J. Varley doubled, stole
third and crossed on a passed ball.
Then followed two blank Innings,
the second and third, when neither
side crossed the rubber. In the
fourth Heenan. Casey second Back
er, rang the bell with the winning
tally when he singled to right,
stole his way to third and regis
tered when Varley hit a slow rol
ler toward first and beat It out.
In the fifth the Valley Motor
came up for its last attemnt and
for a moment it looked as if they
had started a track meet when the
first three men up filled the bases
but the rally was short lived and
the next three men were easy outs
-No games scheduled; Steams
traveling. V .
New York 4; Cincinnati 3.
Boston 3; Pittsburgh 2.
Chicago 9; Philadelphia 7.
Brooklyn 8; St. Louis 5.
. - American League
Cleveland 6; Philadelphia 5.
St. Louts 7; New York 3.
Boston 7; Detroit 5.
H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.. lead
ers in complete heme furnishings.
priced to make you the owner. The
store that studies your every need
and is ready to meet It, absolutely
P. W. Pettyjohn Co., 365 K
Com'l., Hudson-Essex quality cars
price reduction effective June 9th.
1926. Buy your new car now. ()
RACES START TODAY
LONDON, June 14 (By Asso
ciated Press) "The Royal Ascot
racing meet noted for its bril
nancy since . the days of seen
Anne opens, tomorrow with the ar
rival of royalty of Great- Britain
ready to lend color to the rich
pageantry of the day- .
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Positively the Only
Coming to Salem
1 -... This Season
8 Noyei Riies 8
12 New ShbVs 12
200 Cbnrtebos if
; ;C; People 200
'Show '.Grounds at
14thrand B Sts.
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Veterans Foreign Ware
' Plenty of . . , .-s-
and the game ended with th bases
' Th contest was played in record
time, as there were two lnnwen
when onlv three men on each side
K. of C. " Valley Motor
Patterson, ss.... Mason
J. Varley. 3 b..
p. Varley, p..
Barr, lb .
Brown ... 2b
Umpires, Jones and Laird.
Malcolm Tire Company, 205 N
Commercial street buys in large
quantities and sells at a very close
margin, making their profit by
large turnover. ()
MOVIES ACTOR MARRIES
NEWARK, N. J., June 14.-
(By Associated , Press. ) -Wesley
Barry. :i8 year ota treckled Pen
rod of the movies, and Miss Julia
Wood,' dark eyed "vaudeville act
ress, were quietly married at the
bride's home today. The couple
left for! Hollywood, Cal., shjortly
after ; the ceremony. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev,
George P-dmlson, Presbyterian
minister of South Orange and the
only persons present were Barry's
mother j Mrs. Martha Barry Eyre,
and the bride's parents, .Mr,, and
Mrs. Charles E.Wood. s: Tr
Hunt & Schaller. leading meat
market on North Commercial, at
No. 263. - Finest meats, traits and
vegetables,-. The crowds trading
at this store tell the story. (.
. RnnestAela Motor Co.. 474
nnm'l. huT-thA Dodn automobila
for you. All steel body. Lasts a It
lifetime. Ask Dodge owners. jU
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Darby's Drug Store, where quality-service
and low prices meet.
Everything In the drug line, noth
ing wan ting In high class service.
Court at Liberty St. ()
Cars- won't chatter
with Para4rd in. the
crank case it?s the
C. P. Breithaupt, florist and
decorator, 123 N. Liberty. Phone
380. Flowers, bulbs, floral de
signs for all occasions. Pioneer
and leader in $alem. ( " l
You better not see "CHARLEY'S AUNT" with SYD
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