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Young Fresno Hurler Pitches
Two Innings, Fans Five .
- of Seven Men up ,
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. Portland. 18; Oaks
OAKLAND. Jane- 22. (Br Associated
Press.) The Beavers eeWbrstea tnetr
f.rst apposes--, hem tey by hamnarr
Preemaa Icr 15 hita i 1 e
i bt tW hoot cf Kens. ileHenry aied
eavea hits, bnt was neverf ia dsager. I
Howard Crsgaesd, rresno mga . bcbkmm
pitcher, pitched tha last twa innings 'for
the Oaks and tie tb bacrs ef tb dar
hr mot aliowisc kit d by lasaiag
tire ( tb Me wb fae4 lb.
rrt btttnr I r kia walked 7m
the next tkre fanned.. Ia the aistk. iu
nitt. tha ltt waa oot & a a eaay rol
ler aad the next twa fanned. Crag head
hd reeeatf y eitblihed a ' atOceoot , ra
erd icr Caiiaaaiav "MBdlot gamee.''
feeare . Z- It. II. 2.
Partiaad : 0
OhkUad - .J1 1
-Meeker and Barry; Xaaa. UcUavrr.
Craghead and .Bool. Lotnbardi.
Xtlsaiaaa i Aagels 8
.Loa Angeles, j t,
niaaa opened their aenea witk Lee A gelea
kara tcdsy by defeat&ig the laagaei lead
ing Angela ta 3. Btrfoot. altheagh he
yielded mere kite thaw Craadall haal the
better f a pitching daai.
UUaiana J i 4 8 0
Lo AneUs -
Barfeot aad kfyer; CraadaQ aad Saad
W. I. Pet.
Loa Angeles U 46 r9 .822
OakUad S 35 21
fUeraaieato J. 87 ,521
Miaaiaa . . ........... , -37 14
Portkand u.& 37 40 .481
6eatla .-, i. ... u M 4l 474
Hcllywaod . 3d 41 .46
8aa Fraaciaeo- ...- 82 45 .416
ffaHnaati . , 37
St. Loaia - . . 35
Brooklya - .!... 30
Ckicago i. 30
Kew Tark-. 30
Boataa - 23
rhiUdelphia . 21
S 7 W. I Prt.
Kew Tark 44 19 .9
CWeelaad S5 29 47
Philadelphia . 35 29 .547
Ckieaca ... - 35 29 .54
betrait i. a..,.fc , tT-, ' 33 ;'..93
Waahingtaa -.J , 29 32 .473
St. jLoaia ; , , 2 38 .406
Bcataa 17 44 .279
BEAVERS GET NEW MEN
OAKLAND. Cal., June 22-r-(By
Associated l Press.) Three -new
players donned Portland baseball
uniforms today and - will snow
against Oakland . here this week.
They are Gorham Leverette and
Ralph Strond, pitchers, and Paul
anatra T; Sesla 9
EAK PRAXCISCO. Jnae 22 Batera
aieala troaaeed Saa Praaeiaca 7 to
taday ia a free hitting coateat that aaw
twa Seal pitcher r hated tc the abawera.
' ..Score R. H. E.
frameato 7 13 3
Saa Fraaciaeo 9
Keating and Kaehler; Wllua, Kerr,
Griff aa aad Agaew.
- - Stara Seattle 7
REATTLE, Jaa,22 Awalk and tee
aiaglea broke ap a 17 inning baactwll
!m' kera today Twweav Seattle n4
'iUtUj weed and gara the fStara
and tha eaateat 9" ta 7. ,It waeaa- of
the longett gaaea ia the Aiitory ef e
"attla baaebalt.- WiJk" Hollywood leadbag
7 't 4. the Indiana aearad twa rana in
- the eight aad another ia the aiath ftt tie
tha out. Prom tbea antil the aerea
teentk it waa a piteher'a battle, witk
' neither tram getting mcr than b hit
i ny Inning.
'..Score , R- K-
irtkittio 7 20
j,;ywood 9 16 3
fcl elleabaea, M aleak y ana r-eiere;
nt Ramaey and Baldwin.
I HAYS TO BE RETAINED
NEW YORK. June 22. (By
Associated Press.) AVill'II. Hays
will remain as president of .the
Motion Picture Producers and
Distributors of America until
1836, the board of directors an
nounced today. His present term
with a salary reported at the time
of his election as $150,000 was
extended for 10 years.
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1.; CHICAGO. June. 12--f! rrtHr C.
Alexaftder, who for seferal' years
headed s the pitching staff of the
Chicago Nationals, was released to
the St. Louis Cardinals today ria
the walrer i route.
P. E. Shafera Karness and
Leather Goods Store, 17Q 8. Com'L
Suit cases, ralises, portfolios, brief
cases, glores and mittens. Large
stock. - The pioneer store. ()
Two Barrelled Card to Be
Played With Kelso, ; Com-f-r-
petition Is Keen f:;- '
The Kelo Timberwolree, champion of
the Timber league last year. wilt f ana
the pp petition for the Salem Senators ta
day and tomorrow at Kelaa. The Kelao
team is sat first ia the Timber leagaa
tending Ihi year, but hare a atraag
combinatioa r.t S expected ma en
the Senator tome of the tcnghest cam-
petition of the year. ;
Kelaa a diaplacameat from the ton ef
the tacding ia chiefly daa to the in
vincible kariing of Vcan Gresz of Uo-
ajaUm, former ccast and major league
A retara enzacement ' between tka twa
July 1. Oher game with atrang learn
are achedoled bera ' Jane .- 80 aad
thraogheat the auta will be achedaled,
prariding the local faaa aigaify their de-
aire by - taraiaar war for thaaa camee.
"Biddy. fctthop. 'manager.: aaya he doea
aot want to ke mcney aa tha aeaaon.
but if ha can be aaanred af aa eren
break, he will be more than satisfied.
Tha Portland Bearers af the ' coast
league will be aeea ia action at the local
park next month. proTided' tha games
witk Kelts go welL Manager Bithrp alfeo
will take the Senators, to Portland for
came.' a new departure this-year. Tha
local ciub ia expected to be a good draw
ing card there becaasa of tn Sigh brand
of ball it baa been playing. - t
Although the local manager is aaxirns
to wis the twa games at Kelso, ha ia
aot anxioaa'to weaken his team for the
game next week with the Portraad Cyeols.
The Cyeols bare bean aa top ia the per
centages since the first t f the season by
reason of their atrong start, bnt if the
locals win, they wilt take tha. first posi
tion. Rivalry between these two teams ia
almost ss bitter as thst between Salem
and Albany. r Salem's lead will be half
a game, provided they win. as the Cyeols
hsT a postponed gam with Ueu to!
play cff. .v; -t.t ' . -v- i
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The Vanity Hst SUoppe Jane
sale still continues on millinery.
Let us help you select your next
hat. 387 Court street. :. t)
Doubleheader Divided; Chi
cago Takes Ten-Inning
Game From Cleveland
'' ;' 'ark t-9: Senators 8-1 ;
WASHIXGTOX, Juas 22. By Asso
ciated Presa.) tfasfcmgtoa divided a
dcable header witk New York today, win
ning the first In sensational manner 8 to7 '
aad losing tha nightcap 9 to 1. In the
aeeond game Bsbe Rah bsnged bis 23rd
Jaly 1. Other games witk strong teams
field wall, with one man an base.
Score (rirst game) , i S. II. K.
Kew York J 13 3
Wathiflgton 8 13 1
BealL Peaaer. Shocker awd Cellinaj
Rsetker; Fergasoa. Mar berry sad RneL
Score -(Second game) R. H. E.
Xew York 9 11 1
)Vshington ..L.". J. ... 1 5
Hoyt and Bengongh, Collins ; Palmero,
Ogden, ilorrell aad RaeL
Chleaga 4 ; Clereland S
CHICAGO. Jane 22. Ted Lyons bang
np bis 12th vietnry rf the season today
when Eddie Collins double broke a 10
inaing "game which the - locals, in the
second game of the series from Cleveland
4 to 3.
Score R. H. E.
Cleveland . 8 11 1
Chieacr : i 4 14 0
Smith and Hyatt; Lyons, KrabowtkL
i PAcrrio coast .
Portland 10; Oakland 4
lfisioas 4; Los Angeles 3
Sacrament 7; San Francisco
Hollywood 9; Seattle 7.
Cincinnati 3; Chicago 2
Philadelphia 6 ; New York 2
Pittsburgh 3 ; 8t. Loais 1
Brooklyn 4 ; Boston 2
V AXXTjUCAS league
Xew York 7-9: Washington 8-1
, Chieaca 4 ; Cleveland 3
pctroit 9; St. Loais 4 .-
Detrclt 9;. St. Lotris 4
DETROIT, Jane 22. Detroit won its
fonrth strsight victory by taking the
second and last gsme of the St. Loais
series 9 to 4.
Score R, H. E.
St. Loais 4 9 1
Detroit . 9 14 1
Wingsrd, Gsstcn. Vsn Gilder. Halloa
snd Dixon; Schsng, Wkitehill Do bo is and
Pomeroy & Keene, Jewelers,
nerer fall to giTe yon 180 on
the dollar. Watches, clocks, pins,
charms. Standard high grade
stock in all departments. ()
Celebrate the Fourth right, buy
all your fireworks, flags, in fact
everything at the Salem Variety.
Sale begins Saturday. ()
D. H. Mosher, Merchant Tailor,
!a turning out the nobbiest and
best fitting tailor made suits to
measure. 100 business and pro
fessional men buy of Mosher. )
Take an Ansco kodak - to the
coast with you this week, bring
the films-to the Crown Drug. 332
State at 9 a. m. and get them at
5 p.m. ()
PEP GOES THIRD
Take Commercial League
Contest by 6 to 1 Score,
Play Is Fast
De Molay 5 " 0
P. O 2 2
Eagles 1 3
P. K. P 2 3
O. X. G. 2 . 3
registered ' on
first. ', "- ' ; ' - - .
In tb third - tha electric is ns scored
foar mora c a 'three bits and two walks.
Mcrriott walked and went third an aa
overthrow. Keiley singled, ' aad Seeley
walked fillinw. tha basew King sacrificed
scoring .Aferriott. C".si-c singled and twa
tn registered. ' Mickelsoa doubled and
Clark scored when tha throw tc third
went into tha players' bench. Miekelaoa
4mkH" to gu Mai on a passed ball
ha was thrown out at the plate. '
Both sides were blanked in the fiftk.
and the Eagles were anable to rally,
three men, fanning ant. ilerriott. hurler
for tha P. E. P issaed eight strtkecats
ia the, cooteat.
P. B. P. Esxlea
Barnhclt cf I P. Girod 3
Stow. u 21 L. Girod - rf
rtaytana . . l uesart ss
iterriett p SchnlU e
Keller 3 Coombs - If
Seeley ss Heath p
King : If Silke 1
Clark rf Crab 2
Miekelaoa e j Christenson .J f
Cade . 3
Cmpires: Jones. Laird.
PGRTLAND BOY TVVS
SPOKANE. June 22.- Farorltes
won their first round matches to
day In the Pacific northwest ama
teur! coif tournament, with :fine
golf marking most of the saffi
Roy Moe. Portland youth who T
tiie qualifying: round, won
matcn irom it. a. ieager,
Why not get your wholesome
bread from us,, and be sure of the
quality and freshness. Better Yet
Bread made . by the Better Yet
Baking Co., 2 6 4 ' N. Commercial.
Lots of people carry a Viking
Tire for a spare. When you hare
a blow-out ten miles from town,
it's too late to get it then. See
Malcolm's Tire shop, now. ()
In the last Commercial lesgae contest
lsst night the P. E. P. brought themselves
into third position by downing the Eagles
6 to 1.
The Eagles started strong in the first
aad the first maa np singled, was ad
vanced to third and came on in on a fiy
tar center. They were nnable tc score in
tha remaining periods, and no more than
three battera eaca inning stepped to the
piste for the rest of the game.
The P. E. P. was blanked in the first
inning bnt scored two in the second when
Keller, np first, singled to right, ad
vanced to third, when two free .passes
filled the bsgs, snd came home ti Clark'a
smash to left. Seeley on aeeond Was
thrown eat trying to score, . bnt King
Army and Oatlng store. Biggest
bargains in clothing, shoes, under
wear, hosiery, glores, valises and
suit cases. The working man's
store. 189 N. Commercial. f)
The Salem Hdw. Co., most pro
gressive. Every accommodation
given to those in need ef best
hardware supplies. Work and pros
perity the motto. 120 N ComX ()
H. V Woodry ft Son, 271 N.
Coml. St.. furniture store. Bar
tains in furniture of all kinds
Agent for Lang ranges, best made.
Also auctioneers. (
Celebrate the Fourth right, buy
all your fireworks, flags, torpe
does, firecrackers, guns, caps, in
fact everything at he Salem Var
iety. Sale begins Saturday. ()
Garibaldi Whitney mills install
most complete fire-fighting plant
m- x, -
Meairfe lEvsrj Mrs
Old Fashioned Bar
Double Strength Peppermint
If you pre&r Supn'Oodod Gm
then get file s
anna aasw ar aa m -a? at aBBssBmaaassBsssasfr
w Mk. s. r. -- .rv a. . .m.
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DAY. JUNE 23rd TO .-JUNE 30th
We offer the men of Salem the greatest saving, bii our entire stock of High Grade' Clothing including Society Brand and Knopf in all latest styles -and patterns -
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EVERY SUIT IN STOCK
VALUES TO $40.00. TO CLOSE OUT
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VALUES TO $55.00. tO CLOSE OUT
MEN, YOlKGAM?T'AF&OC$&!!TOSWi8&- THiG.-OPBPO&TUMJTY .
Coming just at, this time when all men want to dress up for the Fourth. A SALE FOR CASH. Every transaction backed up by our personal guarantee of complete satis-r
t ; - faction. You must be satisfied. I" i'
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