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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON'
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1027
" Im addition te tbe-2 Clears now
on deck for the auto races at the
ilate fairgrounds. May 7, an im
posing list of motorcycle speed de
tains are.aicnins up for the spe
cial cycle eTenta.
motorcycle kings are de
termined to win back! the interest
ol tljiefans' an dthe following is
iA'-Udjl Taascher, Portland. A
many times winner! in major
events; Otto Bohlmanj of Tacoma.
a-speedster who is limited only
by- the tnachine he mounts; Sa
lem's own Cody Evans, a go-getter
who . always gives hisr best; Paul
Re"Malley, who holds, records ga
lore' including the .Mexico-Canada
non-stop and the TranBntinental
and Jwho. has a new factory fresh
mount for Salem. Mutt Kelly,
And Freeman Vanderhoff. of Port
land, and Yale Smith and Bill
Davis, of En gene are well known
riders, determined to win- new
'The race-between. ; an airplane
andj the. fast speed . car has been
altered to permit, entry, of the
fastest motorcycle to give an un
trsaal twist', to an. unusual event
. .Gar racers are stUl entering,
Wednesdays', being W. I- McDon
alds wo Piloted in the. Hawley
Mexican expedition- McDonald
has fa Maxwell special rated as a,
ranibllngtwonder.. The entries are .
now;' near the. quarter hundred
Race.! officials are emphasizing
tbeifa'c.t.Jhat Northwestern Auto
lacing. ', associations rules , make
ab8olute.specificaUon.that the race
start promptly, at 3 o'clock and
tnati the track -be rendered as free'
ot.duat as possible.
! Gls-si. and OuPont explosives
(fuse blasting caps). Lumber
and all, building materials. Gab
riel powder ft Supply Co., 610 N.
Capitol. Tel. 2248, ()
f!al UahlburK and A. L. Funk.
of Salem are listed among the 12
leading trapsbootera of Oregon,
according 1o rankings issued from
the headquarters of Tthe Amateur
Trapshootlng association at Van
daliai Ohio. Bahlburg ranks 10th.
with54B clay pigeons broken out
of 6f 0 shot at; and Funk follows
him In the list, having broken 541
out of 600.
Frank M. Troeb of Portland is
tttm with .7 80. broken out of 8tw;
;J. b Troeh of Portland Is second
with' 477 out of 00, and Ray E.
Glass ot Eugene is third with 663
broken out of 700: Other leaders
In their order are; Jim Seavey.
Portland; C. C. Follette. Forest
Grove; M. A. Rickard, Corvallis;
BenTrenkman. Portland; Charles
! ..OJie.-of , the. biggest trapshoot
eVeifts1 of the season will be the
Oregon state shoot which will be
hfl4,at,H.llis.boro May 6. 7 and 8.
One I of the feature events of the
meet will be the state singles
championship event of 200 clays.
The winner of this contest will rep
resent the .state of Oregon in the
"champion of champions" race at
the Grand American which will
be held at Dayton, Ohio, the last
week; in August. -;
' The Ave high scores in this com
petition will make up the Oregon
state I team which will compete in
the state team race at the Grand
American, thejiext five. high scores
will make up Nof 2 .team, and the
; next ten the alternates. A record
attendance is anticipated, at the
! .The Midget Meat Market never
fails to give you the finest meats
and fish, ' There is but .one place
in Salem to get the finest fish. The
Mtdgat Market ha t, for you. ()
? fl OR SALE
Storo building ana residence,
corner : fot, 4r blycks out,-
F. L. WOOD
No Hay Fever, this sum
rricror it-costs you noth
ing. That is how sure
iAve" are of. curing Hay
Fever. Call in and get
this proposition fully ex- --plained.
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M' Straight Palmer
Ij Chiropractor'1. ,
EOg' First National Bank"
' : l; Building f . -
t - fg
u - -r MLiJf:
Paul Remaly. Ray Tauscher. Cody Evans and Otto Bohlman, who are
entered in. the motorcycle race here?May 7 at the fairgrounds track.
Sacramento 18 10
San Francisco 15 13
Portland 15 14
Oakland .: 15 14
Seattle . - 1 14
Mission . 14 14
Los Angeles 11 16
Hollywood1 9 16.
PORTLAND. April 27. (AP)
Walter Kinney won his fourth
straight game, and the- Portland
Beavers defeated- Seattle today
for the second time, 6 to 3. . Mc-
Curdy's homer in the sixth with
the bases full was the daciding
factor. Score R. H. p.
Seattle 3 9 0
Portland 6 8. 2
. MflJus and Schmidt; Kinney and
LOS ANGELES, April 27.
(AP Frank Shellenback hurled
a one hit game-against San Fran
cisco today and pitched Holly
wood to a 4 to 0 victory in the
The Seals only hit was a double
by Vargas in the eighth. Only
four San Francisco players got on
base, two ot them on errors and
one on a walk, while Vargas was
the only Seal to reach second. A
homer into the right field bleach
ers .by ,Jlm., Sweeney in the fifth
with . two "men on base scored
three of Hollywood's runs.
Scoro- 11 H E-
SaiL Fratfeisco 0 1 1
Hollywood " 4 9 2
Geary, Moudy. Turpin and Var
gas; Shellenback and Murphy.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 27.
( AP) "Wee" Ludolph was in
good form today and held Los
Angeles to 5 hits while his Mis
Hr.n team mates pounded Earl
Hamilton for 11 safe blows and
an easy 6-3 victory. Tne ban
iTv.noiam' outfit chalked up a trio
of tallies in the fourth and were
- l-l TT T7
Los Angeles 3 5
Missions 6 11 2
Hamilton and Sandberg; Lu
dolph and Whitney.
OAKLAND. April 27. (AP)
The Oaks stepped one game clos
er to the Sacramento Senators
this morning when they landed, on
the shoots of Rachac and Keeie
for 15 hits and an 8 to 1 victory
over, the Senators. Art Delaney
showed his old form when he let
Bedding and Window Box
Are now., ready, also fine line
of .ibrobs and perennials.
C. F. BREITHAUPT
Telephone 3&0 512 State St.
Quick, Reliable Service
f8l5 Center Street.
Phones 853. and 1S10-W
Standard ; Equipment
Rewound and Repaired
New or Used Motor
V1BBERT & TODIX
191 South Hish-St.
the visitors down for only five
hits. Score It. H. E.
Sacramento 1 5 4-
Oakland 8 15( 1
Rachac, Keefe and Koehler;
Delaney and Baker.
.Miiionai JiCague rtainuiig7
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburgh 8 4
New York .... 8
St. Louis 7
sured-Tea Rkkiydthrft jhe is. in
perfect health, again, and -definitely
on-the comeback road To make
it more emphatic anjl permit the
''ballyhoo? t. gathea headway, the
former champion; wired" the promo
ter he will "fight anyone," in pre
liminary jousts- to prove his right
to battle again for. the title Gene
Tunney captured last falL
Dempsey's first 'match, Rickard
Indicated, will be with Paulino
Uzcudun of Spain, in the Yankee
stadium here about July 1. The
survivor of this bout will fight the
winner ot the other semi-final be
tween, Jimmy Maloney and Jack
Sharkey in the stadium May 19,
with the ultimate winner oppos
ing Tunney in, September.
H. T. Love, the Jeweler, 335
3tfe St. High quality jewelry,
silverware and diamonds. The
gold standard of values. Once a
buyer always a customer. ()
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CINCINNATI, April 27. (AP.)
- Pete. Donohue seems to have, a
penchant for losing 2 to 1 ball
games. The Cubs beat him by that
margin in the final game of the
series here today, to renew a wa v.
ering grasp on sixth place in- the
league. Earlier this-season the
Cardinals and Pirates" beat him by
the same score. The Cincinnati
Heds leave tonight after splitting
the series with the Cubs on a trip
around the. cinjjiit, to return to
the home lot, May 22.
. Score R. H. E.
Chicago - 2 8 0
Cincinnati - 16 1
Blake. and Hartnett; Donohue
Other National league games
NEW YORK, April 27. (AP)
Jack Dempsey, former ruler of
the heavyweight kingdom today
set aside all doubt as to his fu
ture ring activity.
Through.Gus Wilson, his repre
sentative and trainer, Dempse as-
Mrs. H, Pv Stith, millinery.
Most beautiful hats in Salem; all
shapes and colors; full stock from
which-' to make fine selections.
Beat quality. 333 State St. ()
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I PKRFJKCT SAXITAItV
Gauzcts are made of
highly -absorbent cellu
lose tissue and antisep
They are especially
', superior because of the
j protective under layer.
JUST ASK FOR
IJox of One Dozen.
Perry Drug Store
115 5; Commercial ,
Call On Us
C. & L. PARTS STORE INC.
Corner Ferry and Liberty Telephone 660
, AtOur New Garage
i - 1
2120 Fairgrounds Road
Good Music and .Ample Room, for All.
Come Out and Have A Good Time.
will be open for business. May-1 st
KEBUILDING. REPAIItlNG. VELDING, ELECTRICAL,
AND BATTERY WORK, GAS. OIL, TOWING
2120 Fairgrounds Road
AiwfflMicibig the OpMlri& of
: -'-a "...
We are moving from our present location, 531 Court St.,
to, the new building, located on the Northwest corner of
Center and High Streets.. . t , . ; ; ; ; ;
BASTTEi& AND ELECTRICAL WORK
Con Center and Hish . Telephone 198
fafsiifoysi Miky- mil
326 State Street Next to Ladd & Bush Bank
The twenty f fourth Half Price Shoe Sale will be conducted at the end of this
montli. We are gqing to make this one of the most, extraordinary half price
sales in the history of the store, some of the most wonderful values that have
ever been offered by any store will be displayed in our 'windows Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. Half prices will be jn every line, men's, women's,
boys', and children's t of course. It does not include the entire stock but
thousands of pairs of broken lines, every pair the highest quality that mney
will buy as the Price Shoe Co. only sells the best guaranteed merchandise.
. mm . - t t
Regular. $700 Values Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords go at ........
Regular $8.00 Values Ladies Pumps and Oxfords go .at.
Regular $9.00 Values Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords go at.....
Regular 310.00 Values Ladies': Pumps and.Oxfords go at
Regular 13.00 JValues Ladies' Pumps, and Oxfords go at
Regular 7100 Values Men's Shoes and Oxfords go at. i
Regular S9.0Q. Values Men's Shoes and Oxfords go at.....
Regular $10.00 and,$lj. .00 Values Men's Shoes and 6xford$ go
Regular $5.00Values Boys' Shoes and Oxfords go at..... $2.50
Children's Shoes Half, Price, All Sips,-... ............. .
Men's Work Shoes, $6 and $7 Values, all sizes go at..........
$1.00 to $3.00
$3.00 and $350
We will soon have some .very.startlin announcements to make in
j regard to this store, watch the papers-o not miss it.
ALL jSHOES-SOLD. FOR CASH;IN,THE FJ ALE PRICE SALE
Rubber Heels Put on Your Shoes Wednesday Only
Iftyour feet hurt have Uiem. treated by Dr. John GrOnhblm, the fa-
mous root specialist Consultation: free
326;State StreetNext to Ladd oV-Bush Bank