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- ..J. ' WEDNESDAY MOJRNING, SEPTEMBER 20, lfljifo ' - -
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OKEGON
ttleStrangeiy Hazel Grand,
Pqeen:Cathertne, Joe G, .
.In-, spite of rain that had wet
bain the track during the night,
bme last times were, made be
tween -showers ..yesterday after-
opnr.at the horse races on Lone
)ak' track. A larger crowd attendT-
d ,than, was present at the open
n?r races Monday. Six races were
unjtwoharness and three run
Kinr. events. '
JLittle Stranger, owned by W.
heats of the first event,1 the 2:25
k rot. for a purse of S1000.' Qtfnena
.vista, owned by Homer Ruther
ford,, was second in the first two
heats, but dropped. to ninth place
in the third-heat. Elsie Don-nelly;
owned by William' Thill,; place
third in the first two heats , and
ec5hd in the third. t
The horses placed in the' tnoney
follows; "Little StrangerBii'aa:
Vista.1 Elsie Donnelly, and lIle
Chiracs,' owned and, drfyen , by
Wiltims: ' -tv
, tAdy Acme (W;; Williams),
Tramp Spruce tJ. C. Myers),-and
Idysotiltlt- CH. G. CdjtV, werelso
entered in the race; bV Tramp
Spruce and Ladysmithr . . were
drawn before the race ended.
; Hazel Grand G. P. Macahdo)
placed; first; by a wide margin in
each of the three heats of the
second - eyent. the 2-20 pace lor
ft purse of $1000. Hal Ansel. (Ho-
witt), after finishing sixth in the
first beat..' staged a comeback., to
' place second in each of the Other
two 'heats and tpok second money.
Hal Zombro (W. Williams) took
third money, placing second in the
I first heat, third in the second
and fourth in tbo third beat.
j i Double Peter (Henry Delaney )
,took fourth; money, placing third
in the first-heat and I fifth In each
r of the other two. ;
.Other horses entered were Don
Carlos .("Healy Brothers).; Billy J.
t June v Brothers ,Guy Roger9
UZ J nd 1Ial Steinway
II'. Queen Catherine (T. Martin ) ,
v ridden; Jby D: Neal, "continued a
' winning streak begun by taking
the final race in Monday's pro
gram, by winning the 5V4 furlong
race 'tor a purse of $200. Ran
dolph:; (Yakima Stables) was sec-
' ohd; Mlsa .Omond i J Cheatham)
: thirds Keala .4 Robert . . EmmertJ
fourth." and Amaton Maid (Mrs.
J B. PaTton) fifth. '
t JoeG,. (I. Hobson) won the
six 4 orlong handicap, the fourth
race the afternoon, for a purse
f.of $500. Chief Clerk .(Swastika
lKta.bresy"was' second Wood Lady
;(C. C. Emmert) third, and Ball
HornetrfJB. Clark) fourth. Poor
'Pnsjr ( J. Cheatham), Tea Taster
(G. iffacchada); and Prince James
, Wlkiup , Papoose (R. Emmert)
' placed first in the fifth race, a
claiming erent of five furlongs for
- a pursef $150. Skylark (J. Hob
: Bon)f laiahed a closf Becond. with
Southern ' Gentelman (V. & G.
Stables) and Fincastle (Mrs. ,J.
Cheatham) taking - third and
: fourth. Slats (Bert Bagley), SniTe
l ly RlyaU), and Willow Brush
t (C. F." Snelling) were the other
. entries, V y ." -1
Yallablegel (Joe Watenbe) won
Ccrvallis, Oregon, home of the) Sute
Aricultiiral CoUece is 'thoroughly sold
on the lasting economy ol concrete street ,
pavement. It has good reason to be. -' " .
It ia twelve yearti how since Corvallis
laid ita first concrete paving.Thl paving
is still giving faultless service; and taaln
tenanoe has been next to nothing. ", "
All oi Corvallis'ccncrete street are com- .
, ' p!:ely free, ol wa8h-board wrinkles Co
: . t nothing of ruts and bumps. Driving
; , over them is like "riding oa air".' I"-
i-'' And theare safe to drive on, too. Even
iter rain, tires grip their true, sure sur
Another important point in favor of
concrete paving is its attractive, light gray r-
colorThis gives streets si handsome dia-
' tinctioti possible with no other type. :v "
Corvallii, lilt other enterprising towns
and cities of Oregon, how has thousands
of square yards of concrete streets.- ' i
" t' ; '--' - - ' 1
"sAHef tiu fact mt In 0ur, ,f '
,frs bookUt n "C&iurtU .
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POlhlANt CEMENT ASSOCIATION
i vPCOTIANirOEa; ' ;
4 , A l&tokal
the fipal Trace, another claiming
erent of six furlongs for a $150
purse. In the most exciting finish
of the .day. Jogo ( Mrs. . R. . Em
mert) was . crowding, closely and
almost nosed,, the' winner out at
the finish. Raymond Bradley
( W. II. Martin) was third, Cork
i George Swanset) i was fourth.
and Little Man (E. Thomas) was
fifth.' . '. . i
In the fifth and . sixth races,
which were claiming events, any
person who wishes- can . by the
winning horse . by paying an
amount equal to the purse and en
trance money added together, a
sum of $400. v-
An educated horse owned by
James, McCleave of Vancourer,
n. C.-was' exhibited between
races. He' went through several
stunts such as nicking a whip aad
a handkerchief from the ground
and giving them to his . rider, un
tying his front feet with his teeth.
and the like. His age;I unkown.
but includes a good many year
according to Mr, McCleave.
3 Considerable excitement was
furnlehed .by a steeple-chase of
fHietland :ponles Tldden by small
'b'oyai There; were three heat over
several jumps, - enlivened, by the
strenuous objection of most of the
ponies in going over the Jumps.
-The Cherrian band-played be
t ween -races, augumented by two
solos by Claude Stevenson, local
singer. , "i . . ,
A. dog race similar to the one
staged Monday was also held. In
this race the dogs managed to get
around the track without stopping
as they did Monday.
2:20 Trot- Purse flOOO
Little Stranger- Marshall) 1 1
Buena Vista (Rutherford) 2 2:9
Elaia Donnelly ;(Thim 3 3 2
Time 2:15H, 2:l6, 2:15i
2:20 Pace Purse flOOO
Hazel Grand iMaciiado) 1 1
Hal Ansel (Howitt) 6.2 2
Mai Knmbro H Williams) 2 Z ,
Times: 2:12, 2:12. 2:16
5 M Fnrlon Eligibility
' Parse .$200 ;
Queen Catbertne IT. Martin) first
HandolDh (Yakima Stables) 2nd
Miss Omond (J Cheatham)' third
Time: 1:07 U v
6 Fnrlonn Handicap Vur $500
Joe G. (J. Hobson )first; -cmei
Clerk (Swastika) second; Wood
Lady (ft. C Emmert) third. Time
1:15. '' ' ' -
5 Furlong OainUnjc Purse $150.
; Wiklnp Papoose. ' JR, Emmer 1
first: Skylark (J. Hobson) secona
cmithcm Gentleman (V & Gj
third. Time 1:02
6 FurloK Claiming Pur $1-1
Pallablegel(Jo Warenbe) firs
Jogo (Mrs. R. Emmert) seconj
Raymond Bradley (W. H. Martiri
third. Time 115. '
.TP&rdroha Trunka aa- low
i 7ft nd as hlrh as $85. 18 lad
PisvittiiA tfand Baka with leath
lining reduced from $8 to $5.9
MaxO. BTire,17 tf. ComT. V
Cold Causes Game to Be
Postponed at -chicad
CHICAGO,, Sept. 28. (AP)-
The cold weather which caused
the postponement today of fh
double header between 'Waahfig
ton and Philadelphia Americans
at Philadelphia ,will make H pfss
Ible for the teams' to flnisTt'with a
Ue In third place,- providing ihe
Senators ; win. both ; games ;tpnor
row. In case of a Ale tbfe players
share ot the world's sertes mofeey
which goes to third and fourth'
place will be poled and divided
equally. ... '.
Over 3J0OO dtits and towns
have strict paved wtih y
Portland cement concrete
brf niza&fi to
'N Jl CITI3S
Hornsby and Huggins En
gaged in Study ot I actics
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 28. (AP).
The pennant winning Cardinals
will participate in a home coming
parade and celebration next Mon
day when Rogers Hornsby's men
return to St, Louis to continue the
world's series with the Yankees. -
Hornsby has consented to his
team joining the festivities, it
was learned .today, but. has asked
that the ceremonies be "short and
snappy," as the players would be
tire4. from the long train trip.
Immediately, after Sunday's game
in .Iew "York the players will
board a special New York Central
train, arriving here about 5:30
p. m. Monday.
NEW YORK. Sept. 28. (AP).
-Rain and cold weather kept, the
world's baseball championship
contenders, the Yankees and
Cardinals, idle today, but the
rival field marshals, . Miller Hug
gins and Rogers Hornsby.' Im
proved the interval by an inten
sive study of tactics and strategy.
, The chief result of this "master-minding"
is the prospect that
the opening game of the world
series on Saturday will develop, a
battle- of left handers. probably
between Herb Pehnock, the. wil
lowy portsider "of the Yankees,
and Willie Sherdel of the St.
Pennock has been the most
consistent of the Yankee flinging
staff this season. Close observers
favor his selection not only be
cause of his ability as a "money
pitcher." but also because he' re-1
quires at least three days between
games. By twirling the opener.
he would be ready to come back
quicker than if held for a later
Huggits indicated today he was
virtually . certain to pick a left
hander, which. would confine his
Choice to- Pennock or Dutch.
Ruether among the regulars. The
"midget manager however, also I
The loss of Bennie Bengough, i
star Yankee catcher, who frac
tured a bone in his right forearm
when hit by a pitched ball in the
ast western trip, is a heavy blow
to Huggins: Bengough is out of
the series altogether, thus putting
the catching burden npon Pat
Collins and Hank Severeid, whose
luck in being shifted t has , carried
him into two straight champion
ship . conflicts. Last season Sev
ereid went from St. Louis to
Washington in time to share the
series catching work for the Sena
tors with Muddy Ruel. ' ; He was
obtained from Washington this
season by the Yankees.
Smith ft Watktns for tire serv
ice at a lower cost. Vnlcaniringl
and retreading., tube repairing. ;lf
you nave ure trouDie just call 44.
corner court and High Sts, ()
Fall, hats and a new line of I
felts. $3.95 to $4.S5. and the ex
clusive Priscilla Dean children's
hats at' the Salem Variety Store,
Z95 Nortn commercial. ()
" Results '
L . LOS ANGELES, Sept. 2.
(AP) Sacramento defeated Los
Angeles 13 to 9 after 10- innings:
of ragged baseball in the series
opener here today.
Score R. H. E.
Sacramento 13 9 4
Los Angeles 9 16 !4
Kallio, Keating and Koehler;
Glainer, Sanders and Hannah.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 28.
(AP) Heavy and timely hitting
brought the Seals an 8 to 5 ' vic
tory over Oakland today. '
Score " R. H. E.
Oakland .. i S 11 1
San Francisco . 8 11 4
Daglia'and Bool; Mitchell and
Vargas. ; .
SEATTLE, Sept. 28. (AP)
No Hollywood-Seattle game today,
rain; doable header expected Sat
' What do you need In the hard
ware line? Mechanics tools, bonse
bold goods and cutlery, anything
youv.wis..v Quality. St alowrrice.
Sanare Deal Hdw 2 2 0 N. Com'L
j t Enterprise-i-Biak.iuarDie.com-
i pany will mrnisn tun ions oi ume
h-i a month for Portland paper mllL
m - ZL - mmmm i 1 " - - - r op"-1 .
WmSMMBs Bpsprte :Occasimul
wills en for
Negro Heavy weigtit to Meet
' Jack Sharkey of Boston
NEW YORK, Sept. 28. (AP)
Harry Wills, negro heavyweight
and long standjng title contender,
will fight Jack Sharkey of Boston
in a 15-round match at Ebbetts
field on Columbus day. October
12rJromoter. Humbert Fugaiy an
In taking the match. Wills,
through his manager, Paddy Mul
lins, announced a campaign to
meet any and all rivals picked by
Promoter Fugazy with, the pur
pose of demonstrating his conten
tion that he is the "uncrowned
heavyweight champion of , the
Mullins issued a statement at
tacking Jack Dempsey, the former
champion, "f o r sidestepping
Wills" for five years; criticizing
Gene Tunney, the new. titlehold
er, for indicating he would draw
the color line and concluding with
a fling at Tex Rickard, who has
declared he. will, not match Wills
with any opponent.
Referring to Rickard 's attitude,
Mullins declared Wills would not
box under any circumstances for
the Madison Square Garden pro
moter. The contract with Fugazy was
signed by Mullins for Wills and
by Johnny Buckley for Sharkey.
Bonesteele Motor Co., 474 S.
Com'I., has the Dodge automobile
for you. All steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. Ask Dodge owners. They
will tell you. (X
Por student going away to
school we are showing a large se-
lection of traveling bags, trunks,
bat . boxes and fitted cases.
count prices to students
D. H. Mosher, Merchant Tailor,
Is turning out the nobbiest and
best fitting tailor made suits to
measure. 100 business and pro
fessional men buy of Mosher. ()
A big shipment, of stationery
received at . Patton's Book
Store. AH the latest shades. Good
Btock as shown on Broadway,
New York. ()
Halik & Eoff Electric Shop, 337
- Court St. Everything electric,
from motors 'and fixtures find sup
plies to wiring. Get prices and
I look at complete stock. ()
Visit the Oiregori State "Fair,
end rcttirn; 16-day limit
Profit by reduced roundtrip fares toCaIiior
.-trip to an Francisco and other California
points equally reduced. Also, season tickets
Oct; 31 limit, slightly higher (stopovers).
Bour trains dailv each wav.incladinff this
Sacramento to Los Angeles.
$ 'j A" av
pi Eli :
Loss of Zeller Reduces Local
Menf6 Chances Against
Any .hopes which the Willam
ette University Bearcnts and
Coach Spec Keene may have en
tertained of holding the Univer
sity of Washington to a close
game Saturday at Seattle received
a severe setback in Tuesday's prac
tice, when Clive Zeller, the only
letterman who has been playing
regularly in the backtielu. sus
tained an injury to his shoulder
which is certain to keep him out
of the game.
This, on top of the injuries last
Saturday to Captain Keith Rhode
and to Cranor, Lang and Uest
promising freslnatn candidates,
constitutes a further reason why
Keene's men will entrain for Se
attle early Friday morning with a
none too cheerful feeling, consid
ering the overwhelming defeat
Coach Bagshaw's stnad dealt Wit
lamette a year ago.
Realizing that despite his ef
forts and the promising material
on hand, the team is not progress
ing as rapidly as it should, Coach
Keene started a more strenuous
campaign Tuesday, driving his
men at a speed to which they have
not been accustomed.
Keene will take only 22 men to
Seattle, which means that at least
four of those who went to Eugene
last Saturday must stay at home.
That being, the prospect, it really
took little urging on Keene's part
to put the players in a fighting
The tackling dummy was used
for the first time, and the way
"Speck" had his players punish
ing the canvas "man" boded ill
for ball carriers who oppose them
in Ute future.
Practice for the halfbacks in
running interference and for the
ends in breaking it up, was u ape
cial order of the day, the game at
Eugene having revealed weakness
,in both these departments.
Henry O. Miller, 184 S. Com'I.
St., where most people prefer to
get their auto parts for all makes
of cars. ' Trade here and make
savings on all auto parts. ; ()
Chas. K. Spaulding Logging Co.,
lumber and building materials.
The best costs ho more than in
ferior grades. Go to the big Sa
lem factory and save money. ()
Salem, Sept. 27 U OtU 2
Exbress" di rert via
A: A. Mickel, D. P. .P. A.'
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Since the Hniyersuy, nojas m
classes today. Balem day at me
. the Bearcat squad will hold J
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scrimmage practice in .lhe fora-
noon, the only scriimuafce mat
been possible this week... The lest
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the squad taklng .an early, train
r . tnr vjpattle.
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