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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM OREGON
THURSDAY "MORNING, JULY 15. 1925
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IS BEST OF YEAR
Both Strike Out 12,-Support
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By BOB BISHOP
In marked contrast to the hec
tic game . Tuesday, , the Bankers
took the fastest game of the year
out of the mita of the Paper com
pany by a scant 1-0 margin. Sched
uled for fire Innings, "neither side
was able to cross until the last
half of the eighth. It was a beau
tiful pitching duel between Lau-
derback and Gessner. Both hurl
ers had a - great day, no Inning
passing fs that1 Gessner did no)
whiff at least one batter and Lau-
derback only passed up two
frames without a strikeout, one of
them the last, when four Bankers
batted. Both hurlers struck out
12 men, ;and Lauderback issued
the ODjly base on balls in the whole
comsj ia me sevenm inning, but
the ranner was thrown out at sec
ond andvtbe"pass counted for little.
ina raper. company had a great
chance to. idbre in the fourth '-when
the first two'inen up got on base.
But BWnkenn1p?f overran- second
and wasa thro itf; -out, and with
Versteg advancing ' to third on a
steal and an overthrow. Gessner
tightened, striking out the next
With one man reaching first In
the second, and later being thrown
out at1 second, only three Bankers
each inning went to the plate
until the fifth. Not a single run
was scored, G. Thompson register
ing f ro& second. Versteg was the
only , Papermaker to get beyond
second base- in the game.
- An .argument over calling the
game came up in the seventh. It
was 60 dark that seeing was most
difficult, and the umpires decided
to call the game off. but both man
agers wanted to continue for an
other inning, and this agreement
was finally reached. " ,
Only three tissue-makers came
up in t'fce; eighth and .with only
one more "chance at the bat the
Bankers' came in determined to
score. I Burton, up first, was
thrown "out at first by. Witcraft,
who fielded a hard hit grounder
perfectly. f G. Thompson hit "a
screaming - liner through the sec
ond baseman and reached first,
going' second on the only passed
ball of the game, 'which hit Ver
steg on the meat hand, splitting
his finger. Schnelle fouled oat to
first-base, and ,'eke" Girod came
to bat . with ' twa away- and the
winning run on second. The first
two --balls were strike's,' the next
threejere. wide, and with a three
ahfr two , count the diminutive
shortstop crashed a hit toward
rign'v teldA miles per minute. The
Paperjnakers. second sacker, Slin
king, made' a great run and a one
handed' catch, but fell over in the
effort." lie attempted, to throw
the runner oat at first from a
sitting,' 6rJ rather a , rolling pos
ture, hu t the throw went wild in
the darkness', and Thompson scor
ed the winning-tally. . , ,
.It ;waa the best game of the
season, 'tftrd the "fans were kept up
on theirifeist for the Jast f ew: in-
t nings. ' f$psT Bankers . found Lau
. derback for onjy two hits while
the Papermakers were, able to get
four safe, hlngles off Gesner.
, This is the last of tie games
scheduled, for the Twilight league
but there remain" eight postponed
. games to be played.. The dates of
these contests will be announced
' later In the week.
. , Lineups iar the snappiest game
of the year, last night: . ' -
i. Witcraft, ss
. . . .Simpkina, 2
. .Blankenship M
. .... Versteg, c
. . Gould, 3
r. ....... Raney, 1
. -. Lauderback, p
. . Schmoker, If
. .'. . Stribling, rt
Edwards,: M.. . .
K. Thompson. 2
Humphries, 3 . .
Weeks, .rf. .'. .
C Thompson c.
Schnelle, -If . . . .
Girod,' ss; .
Gessnfer. ,p . .
"Batted for Schmoker in 8th.
( "UmplrAff Laird and Jones.
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Paul Berlenbach is
TITLE HOLDER TO .
World's Light Heavy Cham
pion Meets Delaney in
Hardest Fight j.
NEW YORK, July 14. (By As
sociated Press.) Paul Berlen
bach, world's light heavyweight
champion, enters the ring in the
most Important fight of his career
a Ebbets field tomorrow night
r hen he faces Jack Delaney in de
fense of his crown. The match
is scheduled for 15 rounds to a
Ring critics have made' the
Bridgeport challenger a hair-line
favorite contending Delaney's liox-'
log ability and tremendous punch
ing power should be more than a
match for Berlenbach's crushing
left hand. The champion, how
ever, has his backers, several se
lecting him to retain the crown by
Delaney expects to win as de
cisively as In their first meeting
v. hen - he stopped Berlenbach in
:ne fourth round after the latter
had. chalked up a series of 23 con
secutive knockouts in amateur and
Their second meeting December
It, 1925, resulted in a decision for
Berlenbach in 15 rounds.
The two principals completed
their training activities today,
both taking a long walk to taper
down after three weeks of; hard
work. They will weigh in tomor
row afternoon at 2 p. m.
Reports from the two cham
pions were favorable as to the
condition of the gladiators. De
laney is well under the 175-pound
limit, while . Berlenbach experi
enced only slight difficulty in get
ting down. -Dan Hickey, the
champion's veteran manager, said
Paul Would likely scale 174,
while Delaney is expected to weigh
about 17 5 pounds.
Humbert J. Fugasy, promoter
of the match, said today he ex
pected a complete sell-out of tick
ets. The advance sale has hurdled
the $400,000 mark, with all Indi
cations to a half million dollar
The champion, fighting on a per
rentage basis, expects to receive
$150,000 If the fight is a sell-out.
This will increase his earnings
over a three-year period to half a
million dollars, placing his ring
earnings second only to those of
Jack Dempsey. The challenger's
share of the receipts will amount
to about $50,000.
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New York Team Bunches Up
on 0oubleheaderr .Reds
Win From Phillies ;
New YarWjUS-3, Pirates S-3
PITTSB1RaHt, Jujy 14. (py
Associate6-:?yeis,) -f-The Giants
captured Dotti-nds of a double bill
ith the Pirates today, clinching
the closing battle by 5 to 2, after
winning the initfai. struggle by 12
to Si; . ., j
First game : R. M. E.
New j York ,....t 12 13 1
Pittsburgh $ 16 4
Ring and McMuIlen; Songer and
Second game - R. H. E.
New York 5 11 0
Pittsburgh 2 6 1
FiUsimmons and' Florence;
Meadows, Songer and Smith.
Reds 5; Phillies 1
CINCINNATI. July 14. ! Cin
cinnati made it three straight from
Philadelphia today by winning 6
to 1.' Score- : R. Ill E.
Philadelphia 1 & 3
Cincinnati , .5 13' 0
Carlson. Mitchell and Henline,
Wilson; Mays and Hargraves,"
Brooklyn ft; St. Louis a-.
St. LOUIS, July 14. Brooklyn
Dodgers bunched five singles m
the eighth inning to-bring in three
runs' aadj defeated the St. Louis
Cardinals today 5 to. 2. ,
Score - . v E,
trooklyn ......... .-...-. J5 ' 9 0
St. Louis .1J..iiH.i..rij2s 't
- McWeeftey : and O'Neil; Haines
and O Farrell. i ,
' i Boston 6; Chicagof-4 4r.i ,
CHIQAGO. ; July J 4., Boston
bunched hits today, idroye" Root ott
the box and defeated Chicago 6 to
4. Score-f - ; - ? r. h. e.
BortbnX'.;?. UL. A 13 ' 0
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NEW YORK. July 14.
Paul Berlenbach will have a slight advantage in weight,
and reach in his favor againsf Jack Delaney tomjorrow
night. The challenger, however, is one inch taller than
his rival. Physical statistics of the principals follow:
26 - age.... ii... 26
5 feet, 10 inches height . 5 feet, 11 inches
17 inches . - neck. 16 Inches
40 inches - -
44 inches .
7514 inches ....
17Vi inches ..
13V4 inches ..
174 V2 pounds ..
ONS WIN FRQNi
Beavers Lose Again to Cal
ifornia Team; Angels Win
Missions LPVrUand. .6
SAN FRANCISCO. Juty 14.
(By Associated PressJrrrBert Cole
chalked up his 17th win of the
season today when -he pitched thai
Missions to a 7 to 6 victory over
Portland. - The big southpaw also
brought over the deciding , tally
himself, scoring on Finn's sacri
fice after the teams had been tied
from the seventh frame. Ernie
Johnson, manager and second
baseman of Portland, was ousted
from the game in the opening inn
ing for disputing a decision.
Score R. H. E.
Portland 6 8 2
Missions 7 13 1
Leverette and Tobin; Cole and
Angels 3; Oaks O
OAKLAND. July 14. Clyde
Day kept eight hits well scattered
here today when Los Angeles de
feated Oakland 3 to 0.
Score R. H. E.
Los Angeles 3 9 .1
Oakland . . 0 8 3
Day" and Hannah; Kunz and
Seattle 7; Senators 3
SACRAMENTO, July 14. Bob
Hasty was master of things here
today and the Seattle Indians de
feated the Sacramento Senators 7
to 3 and evened up the series.
Score R. H. E.
SeatUe 7 13 2
Sacramento 3 10 2
Hasty and Baldwin; , Martin.
Hughes, Vinci and Koehler.
Stars 8; Seals 3
LOS ANGELES, July 14.
Hollywood again marched trlunr
phantly over the lowly San Fran
cisco Seals winning today's game
8 to 3 although the visitors clout
ed out 12 hits to the five of the
Score B- B.
San Francisco 3 12 2
Hollywood 8 6 3
.Montiy, Geary and Agnew; Hul
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PAUL SMITH'S. N. Y.. July 14.
(By Associated Press) Visitors
appeared at the summer White
House today .but no attempt was
made to see President Coolidge
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Secretary Sanders. He also greet
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with whom he was associated for
eight years in Washington.
Another visitor was former
Representative Hornet jP. Snyder
republican of Oneida county, New
York, who arranged to remain a
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Los Angeles 62 35 .39
Sacmmanto.u.-..... ....... 52 -48 .326
Seattte.Uv.v ... .2 49 .515
OaUand .... 50 47 .515
Missions. ... 50 4S .310
Portland ......... I..,.,,..4'7t 5 ' .475
Hollywood.'. 4 5 5G .4it
San Francisco 40 61, .396
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Cincinnati 50 36
Pittsburgh 43 36
St. Louis .......45 39
Chicago 44 ,40
Brooklyn 43 39
New Yory 43 4 0
Postdn 32 51
Philadelphia 31 50
New York 53 30
Philadelphia 47 37
Chicago 46 40
Cleveland 4 5 40
Washington 42 3 8
l etroit 42 43
St. Louis 35 48
Boston 24 58
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five Run Rally in the Ninth
Inning Evens Score,
Gehrig Brings in Run
New York 7 Detroit &
NEW YORK, July 14. (By
Associated Press) After overtak
ing the Tigers with, a five run
rally in the ninth, tying the count,
Gehrig's triple With Ruth on base
in the twelfth gave the Yankees
a 7 to 6 victory today.
Score R. H. E.
Detroit 6 13 2
New York 7 10 3
Whitehill. DauBS and Manion;
Jones. Thomas. Braxton and Col
Chicago lO; Senators a
WASHINGTON, July 14. Chi
cago took the second game of the
series today by defeating Wash
ington 10 to 2.
Score R. H. E.
Chicago 10 13 3
Washington 2 8 4
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Seattle -7; Sacramento 3.
Hollywood 8; San Francisco 3.
New York 12-5; Pittsburg 8-2.
Cincinnati 5; Philadelphia 1.
Brooklyn 5; St. Louis 2.
Boston 6; Chicago 4.
New York 7; Detroit 6.
Chicago 10; Washington 2.
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