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With, 25 of the fasten cars . and
I fastest driver of the Pacific coast
j entered. . predictions are - being
made this week that when the
I big race meet opens at the state
la irgrouhds Saturday, the one-mile
record will be lowered to 48 sec
i ends. ' "
i The track here Is a mile track,
i and much" better speed can be
made than on drala of half the
1 distance, on. which much of the
dirt track racing is done. The clr
! cait tf these tracks cannot usu
' ally be made In less than 34 sec
onds,1? and the difference in speed
I ean easily be realised.
Drivers who hare entered to
date, the cars they will drive, and
the numbers of those which have
, heretofore been assigned, are:
Bifl Doescher, Frontiac special.
I No. 1, Yakima.
j - Asay wiison, Bunneam special.
I No. 2. Omaha, v
Russel Lamb, Dodge special. No.
Ar Hlnes, Tye special, No. 4,
Ruddio Haho. Hahn special. No.
Howard s Wills, Snyder special.
No. fr, Denver. - . '
,R3f3 Norgard, Rajah special,
No. 8, Denver.
(lus, Duray, , Puegot Stutx, No.
6. Vancouver, B. C.
Wi M. McDonald, Maxwell spe
cial. :"o. 7 Seaside.
W Burnstein, Lycoming spe
cial yio. 8, Seattle.
W, H. Muirhead, Dodge special.
Cjde Bloom gr en, Fronty spe
cial, No. 10, Portland.
fiiiV Dnnlin Frnntv n1ii1 TTr
III Goodfellow, SX special, No.
Charles McCully. 11. C. S. spe
cialJiNo. 22. Portland.
Phil Churchill, Churchill spe
cial, 'No. 25. North Bend, Wash.
Ira Cook, ; Stevens special, No.
Bobby Jones, Rajah special, No.
2 !. Lew Angeles. v
Heinle Moore, Marmon appecial.
No. ,42, TUlsa, Qkla. -
Entries ho 'have not yet re
ceived Association numbers are!
, Sheldon Smith, Fronty special,
C O. Walker, Dodge special,
T. Feneldo, Fronty special, Sll-
I. D. Brown, Chevrolet special,
A D. Smith, Dodge special, Se
attle. Luckey Nelson, Laurel special,
se &f Bdvid
PLAN , COUNTY TOCRXEY
Fpur teams have been entered
in the Marion county . volleyball
tournament which will be held to
morrow , night at the YMCA.
Towns sending playing representa
tives, are Mt! Angel, Independence,
MillCity and Stay ton.
NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OP
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has - been . daly ap
pointed by the County Court, of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marion, as administratrix of
the estate of William Newton Sav
age deceased, and that she has
duly, qualified as such adminis
tratrix.' All persons having claims
against the estate of said decedent!
are hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified, to me, at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, my at
torney. 203 Oregon building, Sa
lem Marion county, Oregon, with
in six months from the date of
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
28t day of April, 1927.
?' -ETTA U. SAVAGE. -Administratrix
of the Estate of
William Newton Savage, De
ceased.' Ronald C. Glover,
Attorney for Administratrix,
a 29; m 6-13-20-27
'"It wasnt "mfgMy Casey"' nor
even one of the Senators' recog
nized sluggers, but modest flex
Adolph, obligingly filling In at
first base in the absence of a reg
ular player, who put a thrilling j
Climax on Thursday's game with
the HoUse of David ball team and
gave the Senators a 5 to 4 victory
by crashing a home tun over the
right field fence in the ninth inn
ing when the whiskered lossers
Fere leading and apparently had
the game sewed up.
With the middle western out
fit leading 4 to 3, Fleury came up
first in the ninth and singled to
center field. Then Adolph, bat
ting la seventh place down next
to the catcher, came up and crash
ed one oyer, the . wall. ' It hap
pened all of a sudden, before the
fans were really set to enjoy it,
but the roar that went up was
heard a couple of miles away.
This was the fastest game local
fans have seen this year, not even
excepting that with the Portland
Beavers; there was.; excitement
every Inning, but a minimum of
scoring. The visiting vegetarians
really looked to local fans like a
better team than the Beavers, but
they lost through over confidence
and keeping one pitcher working
The scoring started, as it end
ed, with a home run- Neither
team tallied in the first inning,
but in the second Champion,
House of David's stocky catcher,
leaned on the rirst pitcn ma
Russel served up to him, and
dropped it In somebody's back
yard beyond left field. It . was
Just about the mightiest swat that
had been seen at Oxford park this
The visitors banged them out
at 'a lively rate from the start,
but the Senators got in front of
most of those bard hit balls and
fastened onto them. In their half
of the second, the Senators scored
two tuns when Ridings was afe
U an overthrow at, first, Fleury
sacrificed, and Adolph and Ed
wards 'singled! Edwards was
caught between seebnd and thira
after- Jhe throw in which failed tfl
calcn ,j Adolph, so Russell's two
bagger a moment later failed to
counts ; -
',. The whiskered players also lost
some chances' to score by wild
1 base funning, Edwards catching
several whe essayed to steal sec
ond. House of David got; three
runs in the third when Miller
singled and stole second, Faust
hit to right field, and after Dana
her grounded out. Hipp homed
over the Tight field feace,
Fleury and-Edwards again fig
ured in the next scoring adven
ture of the home team. In the
fourth. Fleury singled to' right
and Edwards hit a two bagger to
left,' scoring the Chemawa youth
From that time on, spectacular
fielding on both sides - prevented
any more scoring until the ninth'.
Among . the. outstanding plays
were two catches by Goleman of
the Senators, close under the
fence in center field, and a one
handed stop of Champions liner
by Robbins in the sixth, when the
third baseman converted into a
j The House of - David P jplayers,
for their part, gobbled up every
thing, their crack infield cutting
off apparently safe hits repeatedly
at first base. In the eighth, each
of the inf ielders figured in a spec
tacular play on a ground ball.
Miller, the visitors' - pitcher.
had more smoke than any pitcher
that has shown here, but the Sen
ators easily diagnosed his fast
ball and curve after the first
stanza. . '
Russell pitched cleverly' for six
innings, but Manager Edwards
undoubtedly used good judgment
in sending Barham in to relive
him in the seventh. Barham
struck out four men and allowed
but one hit.
The House of David players
proved to be a colorful aggrega
tion, and the by-play was. some
times as interesting as the game
itself. When Champion, after
hitting his homer, came up again,
a team mate advised Russell to
"throw It and duck!" As a mat
ter of fact, that is Just what Rus
sel had to do; the ball whizzed
right through the place where the
pitcher had been, and it was trav
eling fast. too.
In addition to being the fastest
game so far this, season. It was
the best attended, despite . the
threatening weather. With better
atmospheric conditions, the urowd
next Sunday, when the Senators
play Mt. Scott, will be another
The box score:
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and .Adolpb. Farrifire bits. Robbins.
Heuri. Stolen base, tanah?r, MilVr.
DoobhB plT. Robbina to Adolph.
on balls, otf Ruaaell none, oft Bariam
none, off Miller 1. . Hit. . off - Ku&U.
It ki Inluass: off Barkam. 1. in threw
inainrs: off . Miller ?n eljlit inniaes
plir. Struck out, ljr irnRsett 2. hjr Har
bam 4. by Miller 1. Wild pitch, Roaall.
Hit by rtohr, Chaapioav ; by Barbaas.
tTmplres, Xaird and Ma&oo.-. '
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St. Louis . . .
Cleveland . .
Boston . . . .
. v JToiice ia nef ebf grren that nni
iersigned ha been duly appointed
by tbe, County CoUri et the nSUli
t ;t Oregon tor the; County ol
Maripn, as Administratrix of th
estate Jot Ellen C. Draper, ,de
ceasedr. aad that she has ,4uly
44tallfiedx as such administratrix;
all persons baring claims against
the -estate -of said decedent- are
hereby .notified .. to .. present, the
same, duly verified, to me, at the
office Of Ronald C. Glover, my at
torney SOS -Oregon Building Sa
lem. Marion County, Oregon, with
in six months from xhe date of this
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
15th day of April. 1927. '
Administratrix of the estate
of Ellen C. Draper deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix,
Salem. Oregon .
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I PHILADELPHIA, May -5.
AP Tra Flagstead, batting as a
pinch hitter fa the eighth inning
hit a home run with one on base
that gave Boston its' first victory
of the season over the Athletics
today by a score tof 3 to 2. Cobb
hit a drive oyer the right field
wall close to the foul line in the
eighth Inning arfd when Umpire
Orrasby called It a foul, Ty was
ejected from the game. Al Sim
mons was also ordered from the
gane for taking part in the de
Score R. H. E.
Grove and Perkins.
3 : 6 0
2 9 1
Senators evened the series count
with New York by taking tpday'a
game, 6 tq 1.
' Usenbee, a recruit obtained
from Memphis, held the Yankees
to six scattered hits and struck
out eight, Meusel fanning three
times in a row.
t Score R. H. E.
'New York ......
Washington . . . , .
. Shocker, Girard
Lisenbee and Ruel.
6 8. l
DETROIT, v May 5. Detroit
gained an even break, in the four
game series with Chicago by win
ning the closing contest here to
day, 3 to 2. .The deciding run
was made in the ninth inning at
the expense of Bett Cole, former
Score - R. H.
Chicago ....... 2 12 0
Detroit . .f ........ w . . 3 10 0
Thomas, Cole, Connally and
McCurdy, S chalk; WhitehiU,
Crouse and Woodall.
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Louig game postponed, rain.
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