The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 16, 1927, Page 6, Image 6

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SATURDAY 310RNIKG; 'APf$izW?X$L t"ili l f .
t'M League
W li Pet
..11 6 .647
..10 6 .625
. . 9 7 .565
. . 8 8 .500
.. 8 8 .500
..8 9 .471
.:. 2 It .118
fcan Francisco
Sacramento . . . . .
Portland . ,
Hollywood '..'A . '
SAN rRANCISCO, April 15.
(AP) San Francisco's heavy
ting Seals pounded their way into
the coast league leadership today
by trouncing the Sacramento Sen
ators, 8 to 5.
It was the fourth straight vic
tory for-the Seals and put -them a
half game ahead of the Senators
who had led since the season
opened nearly three weeks a so.
Score ; R. H. E.
Sacramento .......... 5 9 0
San Francisco ..... S 11 2
Singleton. Canfield, Keefc and
Koehler; 'Williams and Vargas.
Beavers Win Again
PORTLAND. April 15. (API
AThe Portland Beavers made It
three straight from Hollywood by
winning today's game "9 to 8. Both
Kinney and : McCabe, the starting
pitchers, were victims of batting,
rallies in the' Tain, but Kinney
lasted long enough to start his op
ponent's downfall with a homer
la the fifth which started a six
run rally.
Hollywood Portland
It. H. E.
8 12 2
. . . -: 9 10" l
TMurphy "and Cook;
Kinney, Duff, Hughes and Wen
dell. Homer Derides Game
LOS ANGELES. April 15.
(AP) A home run by Wilbur
Cooper in the ninth inning "that
bounced past Outfielder Art J aim
into the left field box seats witii
two players on base, gave Oak
land ja 7 to 5 victory over Los An
gelesj here today.
The Angels' protested the clout
for 10 minutes, declaring Jahn
had crossed the foul lin in at
tempting to get the-ball and that
Umpire Crooke was out' of posi
tion and could not' see that the
ball was not fair. As-a result of
the (prolonged argument. Umpire
Crooke ordered Braslil.' Mitchell
and Hemingway to the club house.
It left the Angels with a complete
substitute infield fori Ray Jacobs
first sacker, had been forced; to.
leave the game In the seventh
whjen hit in the face by a batted
Score R. H. E.
Oakland . r 7 11 1
Lois Angeles 5 9 2
jDickerman, Daglia and Bool;
Wjpathersby, Sanders and Sand
burg: i .
Tie Undecided
i SEATTLE. April 15. ( AP)
Wf Hhout . the leadership of their
manager, and in a downpour of
rain, the Mission Bells staged a
rally in the ninth inning of to
day's baseball game with Seattle
to stave off defeat by tielng the
contest 4 -all. The game was call
ed off at the end of the ninth
frame. l . . K
. William (Wild BUI) Leard.
manager of the Mission club, was
given his unconditional release by
vjrm. H. . McCarthy, ' president of
tie Bells. Catcher Walters, who
was appointed acting manager by
McCarthy raa the team today.
Score R. II. E.
Missions . . , 4 ft - 1
Seattle , 4 10 . 4
LudoIph and Whitney; Mil jus,
Dandl,( Graham nd Jenkins..,
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f Hungry?- Don't wait. Order
soitoe Better Yet Bread from your
grocer. It is fresh, wholesome
and clean. Made by the Setter
Yit Baking Co. ()
Iff. T. Love,' the Jeweler., .535
State St. High quality Jewelry,
stiver ware and diamonds. The
gold standard of values. Once a
buyer always a customer. ()
r American League Standings
L. Pet,
0 1.000
0 1.000
New York , .
Boston .-...'
Detroit ....
St. bonis . .
NEW YORK April 15. (AP)
Socking power,- bolstered : by
Babe Ruths first home of the sea
Bon, irave the New York Yankees
a 6 to 3 victory over the Philadel
phia Athletics today; and a clean
slate la the first series with, the
team f generally considered ' the
Yanks' outstanding rivals this sea
son.; New York woa three of, he
four games and tied; yesterday's
encounter. Babe" lifted his hom
er intot the right field stands ia
the first inning with the bases
empty. Howard r Ehmke was
pitching; Score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 1 , 2
New York ' 6 12 0
Ehmke. Pate. Walbers and Per
kins, To,; Tennock and: P. Col-
llns.:-. 1 '. - , .
ST. i LOUIS. Ajtfil afi-Rairi.
which for three : days prevented
opening- of the American league
Season ; here, tell against this aft
ernoon and stopped, the "first De-troit-St,-
Ur-ioatesj rafter tie
Iith inning with the score tied 2
to 2. A crowd of 7500 saw the
opener. Score--- IU U. E.
Detroit . . . ........... 2 51
Bt, Lonis .... . 2 3 2
(Game called, rain.)
.Whitehill and Bassler; Zachary
CLEVELAND, April 15. Chi
cago made an even split of its
series with Cleveland by winning
today's game 6 to 1. Shaute al
lowed but one hit; a home run by
Falk up to the seventh. Nets, the
Indians centerfielder, ' distin
guished himself with 10 put outs
and also made a home run.
Score R. H. E.
Chicago 6 7 0
Cleveland 1 6 1
Lypns and. Crpuse; Shaute,
Hudlin and Sewell.
(AP) Boston was held to five
hits today y Crowder and the
Senators made a clean sweep of
the series by winning 7 to 1.
Wlltse and, Russell were touched
for 8' hits. Goslin getting three
and Speaker, who scored three
runs, two. The score:
Boston . ...... 1 5 4
Washington 7 8 1
Wlltse, Russell and Hartley;
Crowder and Ruel.
Fry's Drug Store. 280 N. Com'l,
the pioneer store. Everything for
everybody, in the drug supply line,
with standard gdods and quality
service always. ()
Acclimated ornamental nursery
stock, evergreens, rose bushes,
fruit and shade trees at Pearcy
Bros', in season. We have our own
nurseries". f78 S. Com'l. ' ()
PORTLAND. April 15. (AP)
The Multnomah amateur ath
letic club carried off six of the
eight championship titles in the
wrestling division of the Pacific
northwest association meet here
tonight and won the same num
ber of titles in the boxing division
in a fast, thrilling exhibition at
the Multnomah club. Albert PoT
lenski. Washington State college,
was the only outside entrant to
win in ihe wrestling division, nad
Ike Detter. Washington Stat
wan the only northern city Vy
pi mo in the boxing finals.
The new .Pacific northwest
champions arc:
Wrestling: 112 pounds. Arthirr
Iliehl. Multnomah; 118 pounds.
Arthur Riehl. Multnomah: 126
pounds,. WilhO Beck,: Portland
YMCA ; 135 pounds, Albert Polen
skit Washington State college;
147 pounds, Desmond Anderson,
Multnomah; 160 pounds, Ben
Sherman. Multnomah; 175 pounds
Desmond Anderson, Multnomah;
heavyweight, Ben Sherman, Mult
nomah. Boxing: 112 pounds, Ed. Volk.
Multnomah: 118 pounds. Rich
Trust. Multnomah; 126 , pounds,
George, O'Brien. Multnomah; 135
pounds. Jim West, unattached;
147 pounds, George Hval. Mult
nomah; 160 pounds, Ike Detter.
Washington State college: 175
p-und3. Jim Flynn. Multnomah;
heavyweight. Reginald Stent.
Everything in the book store
line, books, stationery." supplies
for the h6me office or " school
room, at the Commercial Book
Store. 163 N.0Cem'l. . - -, -r ()
With alx teams entered, play in
the SaJeft Sunday school baseball
league, will be started Thursday,
April 21. The games will be stag
ed on the high school athletic field
all commencing at 5 o'clock. No.
admission will be charged this
Teams which have entered are:
First Methodist, Leslie' Methodist.
Jason Lee. Methodist, Presbyter
ian. Court Street Christian, and
Evangelical! C. A. Swope Is pres
ident of the league.
A meeting Of the team captains
will be held at 4:30 Monday after
noon at the YMCA a" which time
final details will be ironed out.
Games will be limited to five in
nings, and 12 players must" be cer
tified before the opening game.
Cobbs & Mitchell Co.. lumber
and building materials for every
purpose. Get estimates, look at
quality of material, then you will
order. 349 S. 12th St. ()
Capital Bargain House. Cepital
Tire Mfg.. Co.. Mike's Auto Wreck
ing. . Three in ene. Bargain center
of Salem."' Thousands of, bargains.
It. Steiahock, 215 Center. t ( )
The Salem Pioneer clubs have
organized baseball league and
will play games on the Parrish
diamond starting some, time next
week. Clubs entered are Lincoln
of Knight Memorial church, Dan
iel. Boone r of j First Methodist.
Shelton of First Christian Jason
Lee ot Jason Lee. Penn "of South
Friends, and the dab In "West Sa
lem. A meeting of the, team cap
tains will be held at the YMCA at
4 o'clock Monday. .. : x V
You'll enjoy driving a Pontiac.
It, bandies so easily and, performs
so well it; is a real pleasure to
drive 'it. or, ridelit IU Vick Bros..
High and Trade. ; i ()
: 'Klamath. FaH Steam ; baths
costing 810,000 will tttillze:Tneal
hot water llogg'f r:Irri-:rirr
National League standings
TW L. ?ct
Pittsburgh .... 3
Boston - 3
New York' 2
Chicago .......... 2
Philadelphia 1
St. Louis . 1
Brooklyn ......... l
0 1.000
1 .750
1 .667
1 .667
2 .333
2 .333
3 .250
3 .000
CINCINNATI,' April 15. (AP)
The Pittsburgh. Pirates enjoyed
an everybody hit day on the Cin
cinnati Reds' . lot today and and
maintained the front seat in the
league by a 10 to 6 score.
Score; . R. H. E.
Pittsburgh 10 14 ft
Cincinnati . . , . 6 7 1
Mahaffey, Nehf, Morrison and
Smith; Rixey and Hargrave.
The Giants took the final game of
their series with the Phillies to
day. 6 to; 3. Fred Fitisimmons
shaded Hub Pruett, on the mound,
both receiving poor support.
Score R. H. E.
New York 6 10 3
Philadelphia 3 11 3
Fitzsimmons and Devermcr;
Pruett. Willoughby and Wilson.
CHICAGO, April 15. Bill Sher
del held the" Chicago Cubs to two
hits today but one of them was
Hack Wilson's home run into the
center field bleachers which gave
the Cubs victory over St. Louis 1
to 0. Percy Jones engaged Sher
del in the pitching duel and was
saved from disaster frequently by
double' plays.
Score R. H. E.
tSt. Louis ' . 0 61
Chicago 1 2 0
Sherdel and O'Farrell, Snyder;
Jones and Gonzales.
BOSTON. April 15. The Bos
ton Braves made it three out of
four in their series with the Rob
ins today when Charley Robert
son, former White Sox pitcher
limited Brooklyn to five hits. The
final score was 3 to 1.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn 1 5.1
Boston 3 7 2
McWeeney. Clark and Henline;
Tvobertson and Taylor.
CupitaVCity Cooperative ('ream
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Buttercup butter has no equal.
Gold, standard ..of perfection. 137
S. Com'l. Phone 299. ()
A volleyball mateh for Salem
YMCA players against Multnomah
club of Portland has been arrang
ed for next Friday. The contest
will be held in Salem.
Eiker Auto Co., Ferry at Lib
erty St. AUtos stored and bought
and sold. Cars washed day aDd
night. Low ' prices and service
will make long friends. ()
Marriage Losing Ground
in Contest With Divorce
PORTLAND, April 15. (AP. 1
Marriage in Oregon is losing
grofund in the contest with divorce,
a report of the department of
commerce. Washington. D. C,
authorizes for publication today,
shdws. In 1926 there were 7085
marriages and 3 180 divorces in
the state, the government figures
Marriages increased 1.4 per cent
in 1926 over 1925, and divorces
increased 6.9 per cent. On July
1. 192C, the estimated population
of Oregon "was 877.000. as com
pared with; 863,000 in 1925.
.ft.. ,1
Henry O. Miller. 194 S. Com'l
St., where most people prefer to
get their auto parts for all makes
of cars. Trade here, and -wake-suftrtiss
on alienate gaits ' Ct'
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l More Fun Than a Cross Word Puzzle..
-.How many mile? How many hoars? How far does the
automobile travel in how many hours? Add the figures to
get the miles and count the circles to get the hours.. No
trick or chance ' in vol vedY Only patience and accuracy re
quired in the solution of this problem. If you can do simple
addition, you can figure ost the amount of miles traveled
)by this automobile, and bow
,poi3 vunsisv ui it' pvnuu whii
ll .they are counted as one .each:!
; iwith its encompassing circle as
htp to.eit.Ui94Q.lf.tiofl.c.:-' ...i.., own money,
ji I There are n marks; lines orlctiaracteTS in the autoinobll Send voiir answer or rinfA r.,r
Ijexcept fignresaed circle spofs. The figures, range from aulcUv AddS
i2 to eacli standing alone. 5 Ther we.ii.rc4ps of figures ca"rraf ?"f fjlTf Tf .
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Heavy bombardment of the of
ferings of two visiting pitchers
gave the Salem high school base
ball team a 17 to 1 victory over
Lincoln high of Portland here in,
a game played for the most part
in a cold drizzle of rain.
Coach Hollis Huntington's men
started strong in the first inning,
getting four runs on two singles
and home runs by Kelley and
Fabry. In the fifth, they ham
mered out hits in all directions
and with the aid of wild throwing
to the bases on the part of the
Portland preppers, amassed seven,
runs. Tallies garnered at other
times brought the total to 17.
In addition to hitting hard and
often, the Salem high aggrega
tion looked good in the field, field
ing naru nu uans penecuy nuuj
using good headwork in tight
places. The teams were:
Lincoln: Mitchell, shortstop;
Waffle, third base-pitcher; Bur
ton, center field; Ragan, second
base: Rex, Emerson, left field;
Levoff, first base; Lunden, right
field; Hyde, pitcher-third base;
Clay, catcher.
Salem: Ashby. shortstop; Sieg
mund. center field; Foreman, left
field; Kelley, catcher; Olinger,
first base-pitcher; Fabry, pitcher-
first base: geechler, Colgan. third
base: Drager, right field; Adams,
second base.
Score R. H.
Lincoln 1 3
Salem 17 18
Umpire Edwards.
Bonesteele Motor Co. 454 S.
Com'l., has the Dodge automobile
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lifetime. Ask Dodge owuers. They
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EUGENE. April 15. (AP)
The Oregon baseball team evened
its three game series with Pacific
iiniver-ity here today by wallop
ing the visitors 8 to 4 in an eight
inniiiK ami The Badgers won
the first till here Thursday, and
will close the series tomorrow.
The Pacific team got off to a
one run lead in the first inning.
but Oregon hammered in two tal
lies iu the third, and built them
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many hours, correctly. Circle
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that is. count each period
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up to sir before Pacific scored
again in the seventh.
Bill Baker,. Oregon pitcher,
struck out 13 batsmen' in the
eight inning, while JDon McCorm
ick, Webfoot third baseman, led
the hitting with three solid; blows
in four times up.
Score R- H. E.
Pacific 4 6 4
Oregon 8 11
Batteries: Hutt. Cameron and
Fryer; Baker and Woodie, Mim-naugh.
Ira W. Jorgensen, 190 S- High
St. Parts for all makes ojt cars.
Best equipped auto accessory store
in this sectiqn. Prompt and re
liable service the rule. ()
The Dixie Bakery leads on high
class breads, pies, cookies and
fancv baked FUDDlies of every
kind. Best by test. Ask old cus-
tomers. 4"39 Court St. ()
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With something in the nature of
a gruage ngni as wen as an
otherwise hard game in store for
them when Nicolai comes here
Sunday, the Salem Senators are
working harder and showing more
spirit this week than ever before.
The ''grudge" part of it is due
to Nicolai's attitude when Salem
was seeking admission into the
Portland City league. It was the
opposition of the Nicolai director
that caused the decision to be
delayed a week.
The Senators have been putting
in long hours at batting and field
ing practice, and the spiTit with
which they are entering into the
league race may be judged from'
the fact that two members of the
squad, "Red" Ridings and Faurie.
drove over all the way from
Molalla for Thursday night's
workout. t
With "Fuzzy" Carson on the
mound, Nicolai is certain to give
the Senators a hard battle, but the
team that almost, beat the Port
land BeaVers Tuesday will be
ready for the door makers Sun
day. The game is called for 2:30
p. m. instead of o'clock which
has formerly been the time for
1925 Standard Buick Coach, in
cxcelleut condition. Looks and
runs like new car. Otto J. Wil
son. The Buick Man, 388 N.
Com'l. Tel. .220. ()
Chas. K: Spaulding Logging Co.,
lumber and building materials.
The best costs no more than in
ferior grades. Go to the big Sa
lem factory and save money. ()
Klamath Falls Stockton Box
ComDanv Davs $90,000 for Shasta
ivier Lumber & Box property.
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FORK tick;
Where are the boxing main-event-ers
of yesterday? In the movies,
earning$7.50 a day and up.
A few of the former pugilists
in motion pictures have climbed
out of the extra ranks into
"heavy money" as featured play
ers. But Hollywood also is full of
fighters whose former ring glory
is of comparatively' little advan
tage to them, in thejr struggle to
succeed on the screen.
Wnen an experienced prize
fighter was needed, for a fight
scene in "The Wisecrackers," 67
applicants responded to the call
sent out by the casting director..
Every one of them had been a
inain-evenJer. and some of the'ta
had claimed championships.
The sought-after "bit" was giv
en to Young Wagner,- veteran of
139 ring, battles. Twenty others
out of the 67 were hired as "at
mosphere." A few days later a hurry call
was Issued for a "dozen real fight
ers to work in "The Patent Leath
er Kid." The nearly 100 pugilists
who responded all bore names
which once were well known to
fight fans.
Among the former fighters
who have wrung recognition from
the films is Tom Kennedy, one
time contender for the heavy
weight title. Others include
George Magrill. once light-heavyweight
champion of the navy:
Frank Hagney. former British
champion and now in. demand as
a screen "heavy"; and Victor
MacLaglen, former Austrian fight
er whose - big success was in
"What Price Glory."
Billy Papke is a prosperous
orange grower, but comes over
from Pasadena now and then to
try his hand at pictures. Tommy
Ryan finances a boxing arena, but
occasionally works before the
Phil Salvadore, of Pacific coast
lightweight fame, has quite the
ring and devotes almost all of his
time to pictures.
Ad Woglast occasionally wprks
in the films. Larry Williams, the
Bridgeport battler, is one of the
most popular pugilists in Holly
wood. He formerly sparred with
I)emptsey. t Recently .he and Jim-
For the
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I , By Xorman l "Brown."
! A perusal 'of the second4 base
situation'-brings to mind the fact
that the major " leagues, in ad
dition to suffering, the nsuai
dearth of 1 second sackers, are
faced with an outfield problem
that is more serious than usual.
The untimely death of Ross Young'
of the Giants, the umfortunate de
spondent act .of Johnny Mostil- of
the ;W,hite Sox.' the departure of
Tris, Speaker frpin the Indians, the
departure oi Zack Wheat from the
Dodgers because of his high sal
ary, riie trading. of George Harper
by the. Phils, and other moves are
responsible for the increased wor
ries of the various managers re
garding their outer gardens,
Off-hand one is. inclined to ex
tend Ray Schalk of the "White Sox
sympathy due the one who is
hardest hit. . ,
When the. new pilot of the Chi
cago outfit headed for the spring
camp witfc his hopefuls, his out
field wav "set."
Bib FHUk in left had won his
spurs last . season. He had played
the entire string out. had hit .345
and led the league in fielding.
Mostil, in center, had hit .228
while playing- practically the en
tire campaign. He had led' the
league in base stealing and his
outfield work had 'been as bril
liant as ever. ......
mie Dime Pacific cioast light
heavyweight, swapped punches in
a barroom scene in "BOrtn to the
West." v 0 I
Al Kaufman, onee weD known
in west coast, arenas, riinp a phy-.
sical culture school f 11. If 6 fly wood
but frequently acts in Hp films.
1 A recent arrival in tlys film
colony is Phil Bloom, btte time
sensation among the lightweights.
He worked in "The Patent Leath
er Kid."
WHIamette-Monmouth '
Tennis Meet Postponed
The tennis matches which were
to be held at Monmouth yesterday
between Willamette university
players and net artists from Ore
gon Normal school was postponed
until next Tuesday on account of
the rain yesterday.
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MANN IN G -BOWMAN, n i ekeU pi a ted
seven-cup electric percolators that make
the most delicious coffee !
Bring in your old coffee pof.; It's Worth a.
dollar to you. This special offer is -in
effect for only a month . . . buj: advise
you to act immediately . . . t)ie .supply
is not as large as we wish it were.
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Portland EtecTric PbrCbl
237 N. Liberty M MSmiOici
Bill Barrett, played 111 ram e
in the Outfield," as the third mn
had hit .307 and had covered right
field in capa-oie fashion. ?
Added to these, Schalk had Ik
J- ... "... ! "
Ike was drafted from the Mis-V
siorij x:ltil ?0t, the Pacific Coast -League,'
with the thought of using
him as utility outfielder and pinch
hitter. Out where base hits are
tossed about, with the same aban
don movie reputations are made
and lost, Boone had ruined day
after day for the pitchers.
TO be more specific he had hit
.380." He had socked a total or
238 hits. Thrty-twd ofathem were
homers. Fifty-five were doubles.
He scored 140 runs himself and
batted In 131.
Now Boone will be asked to
play the third position jcgularly.
Barrett probably will succeed
Mostil in center and Hooue i.'l
play right.
Boone was tried out by the
Giants and the Red Sox and
found, wanting. Oh, yes, he .could
hitl'BUt during his final fling with
the Red Sox he became known ai
a "record book" hitter. He hli
to an average of .300 or better in
the books, 'but his hits weren't al
ways timely.
YMCA to Enter State.
. Handball Tournament
Robert Boardmah, physical di
rector of the Salem YMCA, has
written to of flcfaTs'ln Portland for
application blanks'""to the staty
championship handball meet which
will be held at the Multnomah
Club in that city April 21, 22 and
23. It is planned to enter a dou
bles team and a singles player in
the competition.' The men to play
have not yet been selected. -
The Marion Automobile Co. ThV
Studebaker, the world'9 greatest
automobile value. Operating cot
small. Will last a lifetime, with
care. Standard coach $1510. ()
Pattoa Bros. have, on display
the latest in. Easter Cards. Make
your choice from a beautiful and
varied .selectionone of the best
displays .of greeting cards ever
shown in Salem. 340 State St, ()
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