The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 14, 1927, Page 6, Image 6

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DLL0W1FJB MISHAP
The best flitit card; Vitho4t
s doubt, that has been staged fa Sa
' lenY tbl season, -waa f brought to n
unfortunate ending last night
-when, in the fif flr round pit the
main1 etenf betireea u Tomnip
O'Brien and Angel de la Crui, tots
supports 't the 'West ald- of the
arena gare -way, letting the- Fili
pino fall to the floor. He was
knocked cold, and the memberr of
the boxing commission ruled that
the fight waa' "no' contest."
The ropes had begun to loosen
iti the third when O'Brien's attack
slniorl sent his opponent through
thim. Attendants at the -iiigside
tried to remedy the matter,! but
were unable to 'prevent them from
giving under the 'strain in "the
fifth. ,
The first round statied 'with
both fighters exchanging ever
thing they had, and-the Filipino
put up his best face with an attack
which hid O'Brien puxzled.- The
latter came back strong and the
second stanza was even, the Port
lander scoring -heavily on body
blows.
Tommy started his two. fisted
battering attack early in the third
f and had the brown-skinned fight
er in a bad way . by continual
rushing. The fourth and fifth
rounds were repetitions of J the
third with Tommy leading repeat
edly to the midriffs. La Cruz
played oti'his opponent' left eye
which had a deep cut opened in
the first' round.
Eddie 'Krugan of Salem and,
Emil Perirns of Portland fought
six pretty rounds in the semi
windup at 15 pounds with action
at every turn. Perkins, had (we
inches advantage in reach which
he used 'Effectively but Krngan'i
aggressiveness earned him a draw.
Perkins took the third and fourth,
pounding the Salem" fighter
around toe ropes. Kruan made
good. in. the sixth, pleasing the
crowd, ,
Pete Willert of Salem struck '2
ton Kb number in ; Kill Jung,
blonde middleweight, who out
fought the more experienced paper
; mill battler to earn a draw. Wil
lert "entered a heavy favorite, but
' drew off to think over the situa-
r tion after a 15 second melee iu
the first round. 'Jung was over-;
weight and fans who saw him in
his second professional fight be
lieve he is a comer. .1
Loreh "Watts of Salem scored
twoknockdowng against Danny
' Morrison of Independence. ' Tlfe
bell saved Morrison .in the third
and he barely wobbled through
the final, Watts won' an easy de
cision. '
Garland Wattenberger," Inde
; pendence. got a technical knock
out 'ret Carl Pflesler. hia fellow
townsman, in the second round of
the first rel tm i nary.!" " - "
From beginning to finis, the
.' flgh4 card was one that drew a
steady stream of cheers from the
cash customers.
Phil - Bayes received " a terrific
volley of aDDlause wbea he enter
e3 the ring for the first time Since
his Australian trip. Bayes Was to
have met the winner of the" fight
last night, but will have to wait
, until O'Brien and LA Crui reset t re
their -argument In a' reconstructed
rlng'j 'which Watchmaker Marry
Praiiwni have tor the trexfcrflV
Over a hundred fans stayed after
the final bout and requested a re
match which was granted for the
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elimination games start.' . Games
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urea will be declared, according to
F. v". 'ChatlBse, 1 chairman of th
committee. Following ' are the
psiriftgs for next Sunday:
'First fllghtErcel Kay vs Har
old' dinger, Lloyd Davenport vs.
Earl Viesko, Oris Fry vs. F. W.
ChauBseOr. A. O. Bates vs.; Rex
Sanford. .Thomas Woods vs Daryl
Proctor, Chandler Brown ,vs. Hen
ry Thieisen. . A. A. i. Keene- vs.
Frank Shaffer, Ralph Jackson vs.
L. C.;Fanner. - J,.,.
. Second -flight Jua, Hixson vs.
D.' W. Eyre, R. 1. McLaughlin vs.
Speck Keene, Robert Bishop vs.
Dr. H. H. Olinger. Fred Williams
vs. Ted Chambers, Clarence Sch
moker vs. H. G. Maison, Fred
Thieisen vs. Russell Bonesteele, T.
A- Livesley .vs. Wallace llug, H.
G. McCannoh vs. Robin Day.
Third .fligh't-rW. J. Page vs.
George llug, Carl D. Gabrielsoi.
vs! Chester. Cox. ir., J. S. Back-stj-and.
vs. P. D. Quisen berry, Fos
ter Cone vs. J. J. Elliott, Don
Young vs. Homer Smith Jr. Frank
Elliott vs. Bye. Dr. R. Lee Wood
ts. Bye; J.lB. Yotng vs. Harty
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W EW BALL PLAYERS
The aTed strength that aided
the Saleih Senators In making so
good a sfiowlhg against the Port
land Beaver!' here Tuesday, will
be retained for City league con
tests. 'Manager "Frisco Edwards
announced Wednesday."
"Speck" Burke, who walloped
out three hits, two of which ordlh
flly woulTbe' counted" "As" homers
at Oxford Park, against the Beaver
hurlers will occupy the" second
base role regularly, and Coleman,
who also hit" two balls oveV the
Yence will 'work in the 'oulheld.
Jack Bliss will not remain with
the Senators, but Edwards has se
cured Faurie, former O. A. C.
catcher; as spare backBtop . and
utility outfielder. Faurie is at
least as good a' catcher as Blfss,
Sk' this wilf not handicap the team.
The result of this shift will be
that ffFleury; Who 'inade such'' a
good showing at bat In the open
ing game1 last Sunday, will be used
regularly in the outfield, accord
ing tor Edwards' present plans; and
will also be available as a mem
ber Of the pitching staff.
The Senators' -next, hurdle is
Nicolai, , which comes here next
Sunday tor a game at 2:30 p. ra..
the "x hour 'at whlcir ili leagne
games will be played hero this
season'. NicblaI,:W!th most of the
same players who made it a strong'
contender in the league last year,
fs certain to put up stiff opposi
tlonr but the Sefiatbrs will sbe
ready to meet Jt.
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Best equipped auto accessory store.
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PbRTLAND, April ll (AP.)
Portland defeated Hollywood' in
the opening baseball game of the
season here, 6 to 5. Elmer Smith,
home run kfhg or the league last
year ' hit his flrt circuit fclout Of
the Basori in the third with one
Porllander on base. A fine sun
shtny da "brought the attendance
Hp to '1X883.
Score ' s R. H. E.
Hollywood .: ll -1 5 13 1
Portland ..... . .. 6 7 0
Fullerton. Mulcahy, McCabe and
Murphy; Hughes, Couch and Wen
dell. ' '
; SAN FRANCISCO. April 13.
The Seals pulled the league lead
ing Sacramento Senators down an
other peg today by winning 3-2
in ten innings i of hotly contested
ball. It was the second straight
fqr tne San Francisco club. Air
tight pitching feetureu the. con
test. Scorer It. H. EL
Sacramento 2 6 1
San Francicp v..- 3 12 .2
, Kalllo ;and Koehlef; Mitchell
an4 'Vargas.' '
LbS ANGELES. April 1 3 .Los
Angeles made it two straight over"
Oakland by winning "toda.ys con
test, 1 1 t0 . Bbhlr alTowed 1 4
hits and helped the Angels cause
by issuing seven passes. The Oaks
mkde'i3 hits off Hamilton but the
Angel prleir settled down-.' in the
pinches. Score R. fli. E.
Oakland ... 4 13 3
Los Angeles 11 14 2
Boehlef a'nd Baker; Hamilton
and Sandberg.
. SEATTLE. April 13. With the
aftf of two home runs. by Purdy
and Jim Hudgens, Herb Brett
bested Clyde Barfoot in a mound
duel today, giving Seattle a win
oyer the Mission Bells, its first
on the local ' grounds this season.
The score was 4 to 0. Purdy's cir
cuit clout hit on top of the fence
arid bounced over.
, Score R. II. E.
Missions 0 6 0
Seattle 1 4 7 0
Barfoot and Walters; Brett and
Jenkins.'
S. H. S. BASEBALL
SEASON TO OPEN
The baseball season for Salem
high school will open Friday af
ternoon, with. Linvolh -high of
P o r 1 1 a.n d for, apposition. The
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has been called for 3 o'clock, but
it was not definitely known Thurs
day what grounds would be used.
:- The 'local team has been Im
proving steadily since good weah
er has made practice jxssible with
especially noticeable progress in
bitting. The Infield combination
has been changed slightly, Colgan
bIiig 'stationed at third, Beechler
Iif the outfield'. AsbbV is playing
regularly at short, Adams at sec
ond and Olinger on first base. Ol
inger Will "also be Fabry's under
study for mound duty.
In addition to the game this
week, pwight Adams, athletic
manager at the high school, has
signed up the following games:
April 22 Gresham high at
Gresham.
April 23 OAC Rooks at Salem.
May 5 Oregon Frosh at Eu
gene. May 6 University high at Eu
gene. May 7 Eugene high at Eu
gene. May 20 OAC Rooks at Corval-
lis. l
May 28 The Dalles high at
The Dalles.
Additional games have been
signed up with University high
ind Eugene high at Salem, and
also two games with Brownsville
high, but the dates have not yet
bee,n set.
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EUROPEAN TOURS
NOT FOR TUNNEY
CHICAGO, April 13. (AP)
Gene Toney may not appear be
fore the crowned heads and com
mon folk in Europe arter all.
Billy Gibson, manager of the
world's heavy weight champion,
siid today that Tunney's proposed
trip virtually was off, but that4
British promoters had until to
morrow to make the' necessary de
posits in a New York bank. Gib
son says he does not believe the
money will be deposited.' -
"AVe conducted our negotiation
through a British lord." Gibson
explained. "His lordship was sup
iposed to pay us $25,000 two
-weeks ago. Then a delay was
granted at the request of his lord
ship. Unless the dough is placed on
top of the barrel, as the boys say,
Tunney will not get on the boat.
And it doesn't look as if the dough
was coming up."
iomeroy t teene, jewcieis,
never fail toi give you 100 on
the dollar. Watches, clocks, pins.
charms. Standard high . grade
ftoctc in all 'departments. ( )
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oil paints on a real linoleum back. The effect is that
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you'll find designs in Armstrong's Linoleum for
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BASEBALL
-SCORES
National
Chicago, April 13. (AP) The
world's champion St. Louis Car
dinals evened up the series with
Chicago tddaf when Jess "Haines
held the locals to two hits while
his team mates bunched hits off
Blake and shut out the Cubs,
5 to 0. . . k .
. Score 1 : R. H. E.
sL Louis ...V 5 13 0
Chicago 0 2 1
Haines and O'Farrell; Blake,
Kaufmann and Hartnett.
Pittsburgh-Cincinnati, and New
York-Philadelphia games post
poned1, rain.
BOSTON, April 13. -(AP)
Brilliant defensive work behind
Larry Benton while the Robins
ere backing Jess Barnes ragged
ly aided Boston Braves to a 4 to
2 victory over Brooklyn in the
second game of the season todav.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn 2 9 3
Boston 4 7 0
Barnes, Enrardt and Henline;
Bention and Gibson.
American
CLEVELAND, April 13. (AP)
With the game won until the
ninth inning the Cleveland In
dians blew up and allowed Chi
cago to i?core six runs and take
the second game of the opening
series 7 to 2, today.
Score R. h E.
Chicago 7 ft 2
Cleveland i. 2 S3
Ted Blankenship, Connally and
McCurdy; Levsen, Miller, Hudlin
and Sewell.
NEW YORK, April 13. (AP)
The New York Yankees
trounced the Philadelphia Athlet
ics for the second time In two days
belting four pitchers for 16 hits
in a 10 to 4 victory.
Koenig led the assault on Gray,
Willis, Pate and Ehmke with five
singles, in as many times at bat.
Dabe Ruth recovered from a slight
illness to hit two singles.
Score . R. II. k.
Philadelphia 4 14 0
New York 10 16 . 1
Gray. Willis. Pate. Ehmke and
Perkins; Ruether and P. Collins.
Detroit-St.
Washington
rain.
Louis and Boston
games postponed.
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EUGENE. April 13, (AP)
The University of Oregon baseball
team lost its first encounter of
the 1927 season to Lin field college
of McMinnville here today, to 4,
in ten innings of nip and tuck ball.
The tearris went into the extra in
ning with the score tied at 2-all
but the visitors st'aged a three
run rally. ' s
Ofepoh tried a counter rally In
the last of the innng, but fell one
run short of tying.
Baker, starting Webfoot pitcher,
allowed one scratch hit in five in
nings of work, bnt his successors.
Groshong and West yielded the
winning runs.
Oregon plays Pacific university
of Forest GrdVe here tomorrow
in the first of a three game ser
ies. The score: It. H. E.
Linfield .' r 5 5
Oregon 4 7 5
.Morehouse and Wohlgemuth;
Oregon: Groshong, West and
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OTTAWA. April 13. (AP)
The Ottawa Senators tonight won
the Stanley cup and the profes
sional hockey championship of the
world by beating the Boston
Bruins, 3 to 1, in the fourth game
of their series. The. Senators
scored twicp in the second period
and the Bruins in the last.
W. U. NET TEAMS
TO PLAY NORMAL
Four women and four, men net
artists from Willamette university
will meet tennis teams of the Ore
gon normal school at Monmouth
tomorrow. This will be the first
test for the local racqueteers.
Men who will contest are Cap
tain "Ike'y" White, No. 1 player;
John Minto, No. 2; Kenneth Litch
neld No. 3, and Roderick Blatch
ford No. 4.
The women's tennis team con
sists of Margaret Raught, captain;
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"uo u uereuy given that the
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undersigned, by an order of ta
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State of "Oregon, duly made aai
entered on tne 15th day of March
1927, was appointed administrator
of the estate of George Edward.
Ross, and that he has duly quali
fied as such. All persons" having
claims against said estate are htfe
by notified to present the sam,
duly verified as required by law
at the offices of Percy A. Cupper)
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of Salem, Marion County. Oregon, i
within six months from the data-
of this notice, to-wit: March 17
1927.
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George Edward Ross, deceased. ;
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