The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 28, 1926, Page 6, Image 6

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BEfii;jWITHTEETH
CEiPlOil STATES
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4lWilt"Ti:ain-theHSam0- for
TunheyaslDldfoOtht
ers," He 'Says
Tots' Is the first if a aeries , of fs
v torea' oti Jack Dempsey, heavyweight'
- champion,, written by Charles W. punk
ley, sports editor in lh Chicago Office -of
The Associated Press, wn- i eoTer-.1
ing news activities at Dempsey'a train
,ving camp preliminary to .too eham--pion's-
defence of his title bout with
Gefte Tmnney.
NfiW TOHR," N. T., Ad. 27:
CAP).A ttgftt lr a flfcht with'
Jack Bempaey h4 train for them
all allkfe.
It jrqa know how the world"
he&Tjrweitht chftmplbif got into
ghiipe' for bis title winding bout
with.; JesS - Wlllard at Toledo,
Georges Carpentfer at Jersey City,
Tommy Gibbons at SbelSy,- Montana,-
Luis 1 t1rpd at New York,
then 8u Ikn&w Jug how he is go
ing ter'tralrf for his contest with
Geiie Tnuriey at Philatedphia no
September 2SV-
. "t couldn't train any different
for Tuhney than ' I did for all the
rest," Deriipsey said.'
This business of training, usu
ally drudgery "with" the average
boxen ' seems to be a -', genuine
pleasure for; the ' world's heaVy
welght champion. He goes into
his training" sessions with the en
thusiasm of a boy, apparently "en-J
Joying f eery?. second of It; but
finding the greatest pleasure in
the soothing massage at th hends
of Jerry . the Creek; who kneads
the champion's muscles at the fin
ish of every workout.
Dempsey nerer drags through
his workouts- half-heartedly, but
, goes at top speed with - every
ounce of his energy, even to skip
ping bC rope.
- On. his hikes along the roads
surrounding the lake region of his
ca m p, - pempsey steps' along . with
a fast Jerky pace; walking brisk
ly for "perhaps: half a trifle then
breaking into a : dog trot He
usually covers five or six 'miles
every morning. taking Jerry or
Borne other camp" attendant along
for cdm'pany.
People wonder why the champ
ion Isn't fat arid all out of condi
tion after being idle from the ring
lor inree' years. ine reason is
because Dempsey "- trains instinct
ively all thetlme; - Although lg
nora&t fr; college Ttraihlirg rules,
Dempsey. his-' hit ' upon' the same
systems- ,
'I begin my training with my
teeth and keep my system clear
down to the tips of my toes. The
stomach is the key: to perfect
health.; My diet rules are 'simple
and natural.
"I eat lots of fruit and vegeta
bles. Once a ' day , I like a well
done piece of roast' beef or veal.
AUn f relUh naiad with ttlentv
of olive oil. I fotfnd olive oil
to be one" of the best tonics for
stomachs there is
1 "When" u" man 1s in condition
he has a natural appetite. When
he is. Out, of . condition his appe
tite is 'unnatural Then is when
you" have to watch yourself.'
"I have - never been - a heavy
eater' One good meal a day and
two ! iigni lunches are all 1 care
,for.
MM"
POETUII GOLFEBS
Asa -Smitand Jack Marsh-
- aft each Finals of Coast :
: ,,;.'1Tournahient- o
l' GElARHEART, Ore., Aujf. it.-
( AP.) Asa" Smith and Jaik Mar
shall, both of 'Portland, reached
the finals , of the third annual
coasCi midsummer golf tournament
here today. In the womehV di
vision MrsC. V, SUter; Portland,
and Miss Dorothy Shubaelt; Se
attleiwin iight it out for first
place, . Both finals' will be played
tomotrpw, the men going 36 holes'
and the women IS.'
:' Smith' won' hfs way into; the
1 finals, by ellmlhating W. W. Giles,
PortlandV two up, in the mot ning
round and beating' Dr. J. P".
Louden. Yakima Washn n ex
tra hole' match in the afternoon.-'-
Marshall eliminated Dr. W.' A.
TCnrdhv 1824. Gearheart cham-
h rftornfnr l-ouad 3 and 1
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2. and this afternoon 'tumei iaci4ha4 henut pointed In the first
I. Staples, Portland by the
same! score. , '". , v . "; J--:- ,
Mrs. Stater was assured of a
chance at the women's title when'
In a spectacular extra"hdle match
she won over' Mrs." Joe Mauck.
Portland, one up in 27 holes. They
: were all square at the end of the
18 th and the : deadlock was &0t
broken . until they reached the
green on the'lStn hole. Miss Shu
bac,k eliminated Mrs. C. Havia,
Jr.. of Portland two up and one in
the other semi-final match.
ISDUN BEAt'TY LEAVES',
t WENATCIIEE. Wash.. Ang.! 27.
-r-Jessle Jim, " Okanogan Indian
I girl who was" crowned" Princess
America at the recent Indian con
; rress-in Spokane. left, today for
- AUaatlc City where she will be a
guest of honor In the bathlna a-irl
contest. -, . - ,
Tough 0ct
Hard Fought Game Expected
When Bitter Rivals Clash
ori DlaWond
The Portland CycoUr. the bit
terest rivals of the Senators', this
season,; will be the text opponents '
of the local baseball team at Ox
ford Park Sunday. Thiis game
will be the second one of the fall
tourname&t,' and is 'expected' to be
a 'raw meat" affair; according to
"Biddy" Bishop. Salem, manager,
i The Cycois have won 3 out of
5 from Salem so faf , this season
and the local' men are out to
make the count even. As ah add
ed Incentive for a bitter fight, the
teams, will be struggling to keep
put of the cellar position in the
tourney. Each his lost one game
so far. and the. loser Sunday will
land- at the bottom of the heap.
The Salem team has ' been
strengthened for the coming game
by the 'addition of two new play
ers,' both said to be capable per-'
formers, one of them is Pete
Faurie, who played "part of this
season with Albany.- He" will fill
the outfield, hole left vacant by
the loss of Bobby QuinnV
Paurle played baseball at OAC
for three years, and ptaysvboth in
the outfield and behind "the bat.
He is a good defensive player and
has the reputation of 'doing most
of his hitting when' hits ire heeded.-'.
;
The other new man is also said
to be a real ball player, according
to Manager Bfthpp'J "Biddy" does
not know the new man's name,
as he has Just come ' to Salem
from California, where he has
been playing bail. The unknown
player Is a heavy hitter,7 however,
according to Bishop.
TurpihV former Albany pitcher,
-who" made an excellent' sh6wlng
against ' Montavilla in his first
start for Salem-last Sunday, will
be on -the mound again tomorrow.
Tiifpln pitched aS well Sunday as
Hark Ins, the Montavilla ace, could
do', and -lost the game because of
a little loose fielding by his Sup
port. ; t
The -Cy cols have the same team
that- played 'for them during the
regular season, and Eddie Hu eas
ing is expected to do their pitch
ing Sunday. The Senators landed
on Huessing hard the last time
the Cycols played here and -expect
to repeat tomorrow, with added
wallop In their attack furnished
by the newcomers. ' .
The fast Brand of baseball be
ing played In this tournament is
evidenced by last Sunday's games,
in .which the Cycols and Salem,
two best teams of the -. Greater
Portland vaney 'leaguer werr de
feated by the Portland CTty league
entries. The Valley league teams
were not 'completely outclassed;
however, as both games we're won
by close margins. : They-expect to
have their revenge later on in the
series when : the same teams meet
for -the second time.
T LATE FIGHT NEWS T
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CHICAGO, Aug. 27. Charley
(Phil) Roseberg of New York
bantam" chanvplon; and Pete Sar
in lento, the Filipihoj- fought a vic
ious' ten-round - draw at the White
Sox balf ' park' here tonight. 'The
champion scored four knockdowns
in the late rounds but needed all
of them' td even up a terrific beat-
ting he received in the first six.
The title was not at stake.
MILWAPKEEk Wis., Aug. 27.
Plnkey Mitchell of Milwaukee de
cisively outpointed Jimmy Finley
of Ixiuisville here tonight In a ten
round bout. Mitchell forced the
fighting throughout, the bout and
shook' Finley badly in the eighth
and - tenth , rounds with;- wicked
right crosses.
( NEW YORK, Aug-. 27. (AP.)
4-Ace Hud kin; Nebraska "Wild
Cat" smashed his way to a slash
ing victory over PhiL McGraw,
Detroit .' lightweights tonight ' in a
bruising 15 round battle at the
Connie Island -Stadium. ; ,
' Hddkin ' carried 'off the deci
sion with a sensational attack in
the last half of the fight later he
CURIOS STOLEPi IS CLAIM
portLatder strEs to recov-
JER FOR SAFE CONTEXTS"
PORTLAkb. Ang. - 2 7. ( AP) -Ancient'
Chinese stamps and coins
valued at- hundreds of. dollars as
curios figure" prominently In a
suit filed in ' the - U. ; 3 district
court today 1 by . Clement ' J. s Pape
against Hasklns and Sella, New
York, and Ri J, I6,!Portland, for
recovery of damages totaling 147,
Q60 claimed by the : plaintiff to
havev been sustained -when the de
fendants aro 41Icgfed to have had
a - saf e" usid -Jby ? the plaintiff and
hi ehipioer-bpeaed'f fz:.
The old, coins and stamps 'with
other personal ptolrty., ah'd ee
curities were claimed by-the plain
tiff to have been lost or caused to
disappear with the sate opening.
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SAN FRANCISCO' Aug. 27.-r
(A.P.) With the veteran ' Doc
Crandall on the mound, Los 'An
geles defeated San Francisco 3 t6
1 here today. ' .
Score R. H. E.
Los Angeles J 3.81
San . Francisco -i. 1- 0
' Crandall and Sandberg; Mitch
ell-and Yells. ?
LOS ANGELES, Au. 27, The
Missions slaughtered Hollywood
by V score of 17 to 0 here" today
and went into a 3 to 1 series lead.
Scored" ' R. H. E.
Missions ............17 15
Hollywood
0 4-5
Cole and MurphyWalters; Hol
lerson, Fitterer, Phillips and Cook.
SEATTLE. ,Aug. 27. Sdcra
mento today took the third game
of . the series with Seattle when
Elmer Shea let the Indians down
with four hits and won his game
5 to 2.
Score- R. H. E.
Sacramento ........ 5 9' 4
Seattle i-.. . 2 4 2
- E. Shea and Koehler; Best and
E. Baldwin.
PORTLAND, Aug.- 27. Port
land defeated Oakland In two
games today, 3 to 1 and T to 6.
In the first game George Wash
ipgton , Payne had the Oaks in
check at all times, their Only run
being a high fly homer by Caveney
in the second. In the othei' game
Hub Pruett was unable to keep a
five-run lead his team mates had
staked him to on five hits and
Portland errors In the third. The
Be&Vers tied it fn the sixth and
won in the seventh when McCurdy
singled, .bringing in Washburn
from second. v. ':
First game
Oakland'
Portland -J
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3
H. E.
7 Q
7 0
Oeschgf Crahead and
Payne and Wendell.
Second ga'me- R.
Oakland ............ 6
Portland 7
Read;1
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10
Pruett and Baker, Keefe; Lev
erett, Lingtel and Berry. 5
Beautiful Hungarian Actress
Plays Opposite Rudy sin
"The Eagle"
Rudolph Valentino had to do
many daring stunts while filming.
"The Eagle," which presents him1
in the-role of an action " hero.'
This magnificent picture of; Rus
sia- before the revolution is now
playing to -capacity crowds fit the
Elsinore theater. Here are some
of the things Rudy did:
Fought with a real live bear.
Stopped a runaway horse and
a runaway. team.
Rode spirited! horses, f
Jumped out of a window!
"The Eagle" is a Clarence Brown
production -of the star'a first pic
ture under hi new United Artists
corporation contract. Vilma Bafiky
beautiful Hungarian actress, found
by Samuel Goldwyn and loaned
for this-pictuf e, plays opposite the
star - The rplcture 1 was ' produced
on a lavish scale.
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Klamath: Falls New Wlllard
hotel will cost 1150,000, new An
chor hotel $100,000, and new
$300,000 hotel Is ready for con
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American League
Result
PHILADELPHIA, tAttg. 27.
(AP.) The St, Louis Browna
took the Athletics into camp today
1 td 1 battering 2 f pitchers and
accumulating 13 hits.
- Score
St. Lduis
Philadelphia
Gaston and Schang;
Willis and Cochrane
R H
7 13 0
15 1
Wdlberg;
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. (AR.)
-Herb Pehnock hung-up his
twentieth victory of the season
today 'when the :Yanks won the
opener of a series 4 to 2.
Score R. H. E.
Detroit .....2 8 1
New York 4 9 1
WhltebiJI, Stone'r and Bassler,
Woodall; Pennock and Collins.
BOSTON, Aug. 27. (AP.)
Cleveland won both games' of a
double header from Boston today.
Sherrod smith's home run in the
twelfth clinched the second game,
5 to 4. In the first the Indians
beat the Rex Sox 3 to 3.
First game R. H. E.
Cleveland 9 16 1
Boston 3 9 2
ShSute and L. Sewell; Welrer
and BtOkes.
Secbhd game 12 inns. R. H. E.
Cleveland 5 11 2
Boston 4 . 4 10 ' 6
MHIer, Bhckeye, Hudleson,
Smith and L. Sewelli Heimacb,
Wingheld and Gaston.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27.
(AP.J Chicago scored three runs
In the ninth inning and,, then
Staved off Washington's rally to
win, 5 to 3 today.
Score f
Chicago i .
Washington
Connelly. Thomas
R. IL E.
.5 8 2
. 3 11 1
and .Grab-
owski; Schalk, Marberry. Morrill
and Ruell.
EXECUTIVES OF ROTARY
HOLD MEET AT ASTORIA
(Uoc tinned from page 1.)
at the session today, the principal
speakers being Frank. Lamb of
Vancouver. B. C, a past interna
tional president; Alex McFarlane
of Vancouver, B. C," and AI B.
Reynolds, president of the Port
land Rotary club.
This evening the visitors were
the guests of the local club at a
banquet at the Astoria hotel. The
program will be continued to
morrow. , -
ACTRESS GETS DIVORCE
WHITE PLAINS. ... Aug. 2 7
(AP) Daggmar Godowski, mo
tion picture actress, was granted
an annuilment of her marriage to
Frank Mayo, screen actor, -by. su
preme court justice Taylor to
day.
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DES MOINES. AUg. 27. (AP).
W. CiBsell; flashy young
utility infielder with the Des
Moines western league club, was
sold today to Portland, . of the
Pacific .Coast circuit, President E.
L. ' Keyser of the local . club an
nounced. The consideration wis
an' unnamed amount of cash and
two unnamed players. Cissell, a
Des Moines boy, will report to
Portland next spring.
OREGON THEATRE
Former Leading Man for
Maiy Pickford-Stars in
"What Fools Men"
Strange what prejudice some
people have. Now, take Hugh
Alian, for instance. Who is he;
Well, you want to see "What Fools
Men," latest First National pro
duction, how at the Oregon thea
ter, and you'll know.
But that isn't getting on with
our story. Allan was playing
"bits" in various screen produc
tions Out in Hollywood. Then
came the glorious chance. Mary
Pickford selected him as her lead
leg -man for "Little Annie Roon
ey." He started work, but barely
had he begun when came a rude
Interruption. With no time to
spare for his own designs except
evenings, Allan scaled the root
of his home one night to repair
the aerial of his radio outfit. The
roof was of tile, and the evening
dew- had already settled on it.
And Allan had rubber heeled
and rubber soled shoes on.
, He plunged from the eerie
heights and broke his arm. Wil
liam Haines succeeded him and the
scenes already, photographed were
re-shot. But the big chance was
only deferred. When his arm knit
he created a role in the new First
National production which, ac
cording to cognscenti, will definite
ly establish him as an actor of
parts
Hood . Rlver-r-Columbia street
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CHICAGO,; AUg. 27; (AP)
Kaufmann held Boston to fire hits
while Chicago won. the sixth game
in a row by taking the second of
the series from Boston 5 to 1.
R. H. E.
Boston , . 1 5 0
Chicago 5 9 0
Genewich and Z. Taylor; Kauf
mann and HartnetL
PITTSBURGH. Aue 27 Joe
Bush held the Giants to four hits
today as PJttsburgh. tightened its
grip on first place with a 4 to 0
victory over the New Yorkers.
Score R. 11. E.
New York 0 4 1
Pittsburgh 4 11 0
Barnes, Fitzsimmins and Flor
ence; Bush and-Smith, Gooch.
CINCINATTI., Aug. 27. (AP)
Rixey was itt J good form , and
Cincinnati won from Brooklyn to
day, 4 to 0.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn 0 3 1
Cincinnati 4 8 0
McWeeney and DeBerry; Rixey
and HSrgraves.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 27. (AP)
The Cardinals hope of winning
the national pennant was dimmed
somewhat- today when they lost
the second straight game to Phil
a delphia 7 to 9.
Score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 9 14 2
St.-Louis 7 13 4
Mitchell, Ulrich, Wilson; Keene,
Sherdeel, Johnson and O'Farrell.
Corvallis Local cannery pay
roll runs about $500 a day.
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National League
.. r W. L. Pet.
Pittsburgh ........ .... 69 49 .585
Cincinnati 72 52 .581
St. Louis 71 53 .573.
Chicago 66 57 .537
New York I. 59 62 .488
Bropklyn .59 68 .465
Boston 48 74 .393
Philadelphia 45 .74 .378
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American League
W. L. Pet.
New York 78 46 .629
Cleveland .... 70 55 .560
Philadelphia 69 57 .548
Detroit 65 58 .528
Washington 62 60 .508
Chicago 61 63 .492
St. Louis :.. 52 74 .413
Boston 42 86 .328
Pacific Coast
W. L.
Los Angeles 88 55
Oakland 78 64
Sacramento - 75 69
Missions 72. 71
Seattle , 68 78
Hollywood 68 80
Portland ,67 80
San Francisco ..1.- 64 83
Pet.
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SAN, SALVADOR, Aug. 27.
(AP) Advices from Tegucigalpa
Honduras, report that revolution
arjr troops have captured the city
of Marcala where General Ferrea
has organized discontented de
serters from the government
ranks.
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pro cram ; 8 : 1 3, program ; 9:30, dance
i orchestra. .
8:00 KfcO (361) Oakland. " 8,' program;
9, pmgram; 10-1 A dance orchestra.
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dance orchestra; 10-12:30, orchestra;
12:30-3, studio program. 1
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