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CLEAN AND VIGOROUS
SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1927
PRICE FIVE CENTS
alem Hugh Wins First State Intdrscholastic I
SANDE'S MOUNT SECOND
Missions iSE OUT
SENATORS TO PLAY
WIN PLACES AT STATE MEET
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mo b s
F.ijl IS ILLl;. iy.. May n.
( AIM - Whiski-ry, Harry, Payne
Whitney's chestnut, son ol Whisk
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iTIJOIll -'"I-. I IUUCIJ, Willi IUC
;,:nl. Kentucky derby today. He
won just as he had been expected
I,, win, by heating; Osmond and
.Ink in a .sensational drive down
ih.- stretch. His time for the mile I
-, ml a (iiarter was 2:i'J, 2 3-4 sec
,.ikIs slower than Old Rosebud's
i.n.rd of 2:03 2-5.
The largest crowd that evrr
it rn-xsr-d a turf event on Aineri
n.n soil filled every available inch
of the stands, the brick terrace in
'.rnnt of the grandstand and the
eensward between the clubhouse
ici the track, and packed the rail
S he infield.
i. lock, from the rail position,
oved a "gun at the barrier" and
,i,s ou top in ten jumps. Down
'stretch the 15 horses charged
irh pursuing the flying leader
ad making for the rail. Past the
narter pole they fled, Jock in
easing his lead with every jump,
url Sande, on Osmind, was about
s business in a hurry and moved
-ito second position, with Scapa
Around tho stretch, Osmond,
"the Sprinter" they calied him,
was sprinting, sprinting as he
never had before. Around the
lD ... .n1 i n ViaosI n0 .
" c iu,u muu iuvu v ucau w L
stretch, they came, their stout
I. carts willing but their bursting
muscles weakening. All save one
On the outside, while Jock, and
'Isniond were settling for tb-fe pres
ent the question of supremacy,
A'hiskery came fast to a finish a
iead in front of Osmond. Jock
was third, two lengths back.
Jt was a decisive victory for the
ast, each of the first three horses
bting owned by eastern sportsmen.
II. P. Whitney of New York re
vived $51,025 as his colt's share
( the purse, and a $5,000 gfold
rvit-. Osmond, owned byi J.
fc?Wlener of Philadelphia, won
? Jock, $3,000, and Hydro-
Thin western horses, with the
exception of Hydromel, were well
ba k in the field.
W. U. ON TRACK
FOREST GROVE, Or., "May 14.
iAIM Pacific university de
feated Willamette university here
ti day in a dual track meet, 88 1-3
to 42 2-3. One northwest con
ference record was broken by the
Pacific mile relay team when it
stepped the-mile in 3:32, shatter
ing the old northwest mark of
Campbell of Pacific broke a dual
luci-t record iu the high jump
when he leaped 5 feet, 10 inches,
. inch better than the old mark.
Coon, Pacific, was high point
Man of the meet with 1414 points.
He won the 100 yard dash in :10.1
juil ran in the mile relay team.
MeC'ormiek, Willamette, won
the mile run in 4.4 4, with Adler,
I in ific, second, and Maynard of
Willamette, third. The 220-yard
ilash went to Ladd of Pacific, with
Clesher of Willamette placing.
Tim? was :23.1.
Hathaway, Willamette, captured
the two-mile run with McCormlck
placing, in 10:23.' In the half mile
fun Flesher, Willamette, came in
lirsi in 2:02. Zeller of Willam
ette was second.
PLAY FOR CUP
!nirteen women golfers of 11
iihee country club played through
'be first round of the spring tour
nament Friday; A special cup of
fered by the club professional,
Sharkey, is at Stake.
With one exception the matches
w-re battled closely up- to the last
f'-w holes. The match between
Mrs. Don Young and Mrs. Paul
li endricks went even up and will
played off sometime the fore
l'u of the week.
Mrs. W. L. Hamilton beat Mrs.
H H. Olinger; 4 to 3; Mrs. Don
ng and Mrs. Pan! Hendricks.
in up; Mrs. J. H. Garnjobst
beat Mrs. C M. Irwin, 1 up; Mrs.
B. N. Cilllngham won from Mrs.
Krcel Kay by default; Mrs. Ernest
Thom beat Mrs. A. D. Hurley, 6
and 5; Mrs. Vic McKenie' beat
Mrs. Daryl pToetor. 2 up; Mrs.
O. C. Locke beat Mrs. L. C. Farm
er, 2 up; Mrs." E: N. Baker beat
Mrs. Cu Hlxsoh; 2 up. .
Second round matches will, con
tinue Friday la both winning and
r - ' t a v
i ' t
Osmond, owned by J. E. Widener of Philadelphia, took second
place in the Kentucky derby at Louisville, Sitturday, with
Earl Sande of Salem as his pilot. The man riding Osmond in
the picture is not Sande.
W III BEATS
SEATTLE, May 14. tAP)
The University of Washington
track and field team defeated the
University of Oregon. 77 to 54
here today. The Husky mile re
lay team broke the only record,
knocking 5.3 seconds off the
Purple and Golo record when they
made the distance in 3:24:7.
The Washington athletes car
ried off eight first places while
the Webfooters garnered 6.
Dean Anderson, brilliant Husky
dash man, won individual honors,
breaking, the tape in the 100 and
220 yard dashes for 10 points.
Wetzel of Oregon and Brix of
Washington, weight men. were
close upon Anderson's heels with
0 points each. Paget of Washing
ton followed with S.
At one time Oregon gained to
within 10 points of Washington
but again slipped back to finish
23 points in the rear.
Oregon was supreme in the two
mile run. winning all three places.
Washington did the same trick
in the half mile run and the low
100 yard dash Won iby Ander
son, Washington; Extra, Oregon,
second; Schroeder, Washington,
third. Time 10.1.
Pole vault Won by Xardin,
Washington: Henning. Washing
ton, second: Bracher, Oregon,
third. Height 12 feet.
Shot put Won by Brix, Wash
ington; Wetzel, Oregon, second;
Spillers, Washington, third. Dis
tance 46 feet.
440 yard dash Won by Stand
ard, Oregon; Smith. Washington,
second; Pearson, Oregon, third.
Broad jump Won by Flana
gan. Oregon; Humes, Washington,
second: Spillers, Washington,
third. Distance 23 feet inch.
Mile relay Won by Washing
ton (Smith. Tor ney. Pelt ret, Char
ters) time :24:7.
Javelin Won by Wetzel, Ore-
gon; Burnell, Oregon, second;
Brix. Washington, third. Distance
187 feet. 10 inches.
220 yard dash Won by Ander
son, Washington; Schroeder,
Washington, second; Extra, Ore
gon, third. Time 22.2.
Low hurdles Won by Schel
ley, Washington: Faget, Wash
ington, second; Kennedy, Wash-"
ington. third. Time 26:4:
Discus : Won by Stager, Ore
gon; Brix, Washington, second;
Wetsel, Oregon, third. Distance
134 feet 10' inches. e
Half mile Won by Charteris,
Washington; Turney, Washington,
second; Snyder.- Washington,
third. Time 2:08..
Two mSe Neidermeier and
Hill of Oregon tied for first place;
Jensen, "Oregon, third. Time
10:00.5. .-. . " , "": -
High ! hurdles Won by Faget,
Washington; McQeo, Oregon;
Kennedy, Washingtooij third. Time
16.5. ; --r'-- ' "' " 'V ' v ' '"'
, HiglJ jump- Wot; by; McCulloch,
of Ore&oti;; Hnmes, Washington;
second!' Crbtford mi Fla ha gah,
Oregoa,' tied lor third! Height . S
feet.. '.! . " r -
EUGENE, May 14. (AP) The
University of Oregon freshman
baseball team defeated the Ore
gon Agricultural college rooks, 9
to 4, here today. The contest was
featured by a rally in the eighth
inning which gave the freshmen
seven runs to overcome a lead and
put the game on ice;
At the beginning of the eighth
frame the rooks led by 4 to 2.
Score R. H. K.
Rooks 4 7 4
Frosh 9 15 2
Mills, Wagner and Marshall;
McDonald and Williams.
Ashland Hagley cannery ready
to open for season's run.
j -v COBB'S PLAYING STAR FEATURE OF YEAR n
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Jly Noiiiwn K. Hrown
The outstanding features of
what has been an unusually inter
esting baseball season today, are,
in my opinion:
The marvelous playing' of Ty
rus Raymond Cobb.
The repitition of the New York
Yankee's whirlwind start of 1926.
The supurb pitching of the Car
dinal mound stall.
The niter collapse from one
cause and another of the Cleve
land pitching staff, rated, as prob
ably the best in the lcagu.
- fhe Blngging.of ,Loa;! Gehrig
Yankee first baseman, who ''led
Cabo Iluth' in homo runs for a
while. f ; :.; , . ;.
The hitting of Earl Webb, new
t'oast Luugu.e StAtMliiiK
W. L. IVt.
Oakland 2S IS .fiO!t
Sacramento 21 2 .545
Mission ...... 21 21 .533
Portland . . 23 2 2 .51 1
Seattle 2 1 23 .t77
Los Angeles . . . . 2u 23 .4R5
San Francisco .... 21 25 .45f
Hollywood 17 2 0 -.3i5
SAX FRANCISCO. My 1 1 -(AIM
---The Missions nosed on t
Portland today, H-i. putting over
one run in their half of the ninth
to break-up a ti The San Fran
cisco club touched Johnny Couch
for 14 safe blows with Whitney,
catcher, leading the parade with
throe out of four.
Score R. H. E.
Portland 4 8 2
Missions 5 14 1
Conch and Wendell; Weiuert
OAKLAND, May 11. (AP)
The league leading Oaks landed
hard on Mails' offerings today,
cracking out an even dozen hits to
win from the San Francisco Seals
5 to 1.
Score R. H. E.
San Francisco 1 6 1
Oakland 5 12 2
Mails and Stokes , Vargas;
Dickerman and Read.
SACRAMENTO, May 14. Bill 1
Piercy was right today and Los
Angeles defeated Sacramento 4 to
1 to take a 3 to 2 lead in the
series. Singleton had one bad
frame, the fourth, when the An
gels got three runs. He wound up
the frame by striking out three
in a row.
Score R. H. E.
Los Angeles 4 11 0
Sacramento 1 9 1
ton. Shea and Severeid.
LOS ANGELES. May 14. Hol
lywood took the lead in its ser
ries with Seattle here today when
Frank Shellenback held the In-
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outfielder with the Chicago Cubs.
The all around playing of the
The brilliant individual playing
of Dave Bancroft at short.
The brilliant playing and
hitting of Eddie Farrell, sub
bing' for Travis Jackson la thi
The general demoralization of
the Cincl Reds.
The remariable success of the
White Sox nder Manager Ray
Schalk , despite" the absence of
Mustil. star, cpnter fielder; and base
ruHner;',' '"'',;";;. . '"' ' " : ' '
The individual playing of Bill
Hunpjefjeld .at short foV the, Sox.
The temporary benching of old
Eddie Collins' because of hi3 fail
ure to hit the balL
roUTLAM CITY LKAGL'S
Salem vs. W. O. W., at Oxford
Park, 2:30 p. m.
Montavilla vs. Cain as, at the
Vaughn street grounds.
St. Johns vs. Mt. Scott, at Ken
Nicola i vs. Woodstock, at Co
With three- new players calcu
lated to add both to the offensive
and defensive strength, the Sa
lem Senators are scheduled to play
the Woodmen o the World team
of the Portland City league this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Ox
The Senators are doped to win,
ut the Woodmen have been com
ing to the front rapidly after a
poor start, and may spring a sur
prise. At any rate, they are cer
tain to provide some excitement
before the day is over.
Salem's new players are Meyers,
who was signed to pitch at the
opening of the season but has been
out with an injured foot; Vincent
.iacobberger, filling the vacancy at
third base, and "Speed" Carroll,
former manager of the Lucken
bach ship company's team, who
will take Billy Sullivan's' place at
Hewett will probably start on
the mound for the lodge team,
with B. Smith behind the bat.
Hewett struck out 'nine Njcolai
players a week ago. and pitched
consistent ball, allowing only seven
I'its, but his team was held score
lets by the Nicolai heaver, Win
;trs. The probable lineups:
Salem W. O. W.
Carroll, lb McCluskey, cf
Jacobberger, 3b..Haight, 3b
Burke, b B. Smith, c
Steer, If LaMearl; If
Coleman, cf Steiger, lb
Fleury, if .
Meyers, p .
3. Smith, 2b
McMinnville -Super - road dis
trict sells .$125,000 bonds for
Salmon river Toad.
The improvement wrought in
the Phils by Stuffy Mclnnis. con
sidering, the lack of playing ma
terial and effort on the part of the
cluh to acqupire new. '
The miserable showing- of
Dazzy. Vance, strikeout wizard of
the' National league when he
wants to be. ,
The failufe of George Moriarty
to mold the batting power of the
Tigers into an effectives offenfv.
' The epidemic of ;injartca .that
has swept the Washington club,
beginning with' the - injury to
Johnson's-foot early- in. the spring.
' And th hlUssful aerenity of
things generally speaking thanks
to the maintained silence' of lan
dls and Johnson.
Above, Bob Sheedy of-Marshfield and Iawrence Kretzmeir of.
Franklin high, Portland. Kretzmeir finished first and Sheedy
second in the pole vault at the state interscholastic track meet
Saturday at Corvallis. Below, George Lloyd of Salem, who
finished second in the broad jump, and a view of Kretzmeir
clearing the bar at 11 feet 3 inches. He bettered that mark
by five inches at the state meet.
American League Standings
W. L. Pet.
New York 18 S .692
Chicago 16 11 .593
Philadelphia 14 12 .538
Derwnrrrrr. : . . . 12 1 2 J .0 cr
Cleveland . 12 14 .462
Washington 11 14 1 .440
St. Louis 10 13 .435
Boston , .1. . . 7 17 .292
CLEVELAND, May 14. (AP)
Cleveland took the first game
of the series from Washington to
day, driving Thurston from the
box in the seventh. Uhle, who re
turned to duty after nearly two
weeks, with a lame arm. held
Washington to 7 hits, allowing
only 2 up to the 7th wheu the
Senators escaped a shut out.
Score R. H. E.
Washington 2 7 0
Thurston, Braxton and
Uhle and L. Sewell.
ST. LOrtS, May 11.- The St.
Louis Drowns- slammed threo
Philadelphia Athletic pitchers for
16 hiis today and won 12 to 2.
"Ring" Miller led the barrage
with 4 safeties inclnding a home
run in the 8th with none on. Ty
Cobb got two singles.
Score Ii. H. E.
Philadelphia 210 3
St. Louis 12 16 0
Grove, Rommel, Pate and
Cochrajie; ljallou and Schang.
New York-Detroit postponed,
Boston-Chicago postponed, rain.
TITLE AT POLO
CORVALLIS, May 14. CAP) I
The smooth working Stanford polo
team retained the Pacific coast in
tercollegiate title here today by
defeating Oregon Agricultural col
lege 13 to 3 in the final game of
a three game series. The TTnirer
sity of Washington had een pre
viously eliminated througa defeats
by Stanford and' O. A. C
Thompson with six goals was
the big scoring star today! but
Stanford's win was as much the
result of tool ; handling" of the
team by Captain Fred Trotter who
also added 3 points to the total.
Wood burn high school won the
Marion cc-nnty track meet at
Sweetland" field Saturday after
noon, with 67 2-3 points, with
Silverton high, ' the only other
school " that ' ""competed," scoring
4i 1-3. ;'-- , . -t?:: ;
, ? Sim us ; of WoodhuVn was high
point man with ' ID points, and
Warren led . the Silverton team
with 14 S (t
BUSH LEADS CUBS
T0 18 IIKI1
National Ix'ague StaiHlings
&w York ...... 17 9 .654
Philadelphia 12 9 .571
Pittsburgh. 12 9 .571
St. Louis. 13 10 .565
Chicago - 13 11 .542
Boston '9 13 .409
Brooklyn 11 16 .407
Cincinnati . 7 18 .280
BOSTON,1 May 1.4. (AP.)
Guy Bush of the Chicago Cubs
pitched his team to an 18-innihg
victory over Boston today. The
score, thanks to a final inning
rally, was 7 to 2. Bush was op
posed by Charley Robertson, for
mer Chicago White Sox pitcher,
with a no-hit game to his record.
Robertson was knocked put of the
box in the 18th.
Score ; R. H. E.
Chicago 7 15 2
Boston - 2 11 0
Bush and Hartnett; Kobertson,
Edwards' and Hogan. ,
NEW YORKj May 14. Virgil
Barnes conquered Adolf o Luque
in a pitchers' : duel today, the
Giants topping the Reds by 2 to I.
Luque batted in the only Cincin
nati run in the. fourth with a sin
gle. . Scor'e It. II. E.
Cincinnati : 1 6 10
New York 2 10 v3
Luque and Hargrave; Barnes
and .Hamby, Cummings.
BROOKLYN, May 14.--Pitts-burgh
snapped the latest Brooklyn
winning streak in the opened of
a,serie'a here today with a 6 to 1
victoy, Kremer stopping the Rob
ins with five bits.
Score: f K H. K.
Pittsburgh . -6 7 0
Brooklyn 1 & 3
Kremer and-Spencer; Elliott
PHILADELPHIA, May 14 The
Philadelphia Nationals-today went
on a batting rampage and defeat
ed the St. Louis Cardinals 12 to 3
in a game which was interrupted
In the seventh inning by the col
lapse, of a lower grandstand tier.
The game was called after the col
lapse ,Witli St. Lquis , at bat. and
one man out" in the first fi&U of
tne seventn inning. -
i Score ; -,vri ; - v n. H. E.
St, Louis . . 3 7 4
Philadelphia ..'.. 12 14 6
Rhem, McGrawr IJein hart and
O'Farrell; Carlson and Wilson.
U.OF W.EROSH '
EUGENE, May 14. (APH
By scoring 8 1 points against 4 1
for the University of Oregon -fresh-;
men, ' the University of Washing
ton babes tooka dual track" meet
from the junior Webfoots here to
day. - ' : -: i
Anderson and Ulchter, both of
Washington, had 15 points apiece
to tie for high point distinction.
CORVALLIS, Ore., May 14.
(AP) Salem high school won tho
state Interscholastic track and
field meet here today with a total
of 27 points,' nosing out Jefferson
high of Portland by 1 Vi pointn in
Allen of Pendleton, wan high
point man of the meet with 14
points. Seventeen teams of tho
39 failed to place.
Garret of Hood River was
awarded the J)odge trophy for t be
hest performance in either tho -
inile-. half mile or quarter. The
State pole vault uecord Was broken
by Kretzmler of Franklin, iir a
leap ofll feet,-8 Inches, towry ;
of Jefferson, tied the 220 yard '7
dash record with 2 2 2-5. t
Final standing of the teams:
Salem 27i Jefferson 2r,(;; -Franklin
10; Benson 17:
Pendleton 14; La Grande 13V;
Lincoln; 12; Astoria 10; Marsh
field 94; Washington ' 8; Hood
River 8; Bend 8; Corvallis 6;
Baker 6; Commerce 5; Wasco
4 ; Duf ur 4 ; Forest Grove 4 ;
urant j; wyriie t'oint a; union
1 ; North Bend 1.
Javeli.n Won by Ayers, (Com
merce; Freeman, Benson, second;
Charleton, La Grande, ihird:
Smith, Salem, fourth; Newberg.
Benson, fifth. Distance, 164 feet,
11 inches. - . -
880 run Won by Mullln, Liu
coin; George, Jefferson, second;
Garrett, Hood River, third; 'Wor
rell, Franklin, fourth: Eaton, As
toria, fifth. Time 2:07 2-5.
Pole vault Won by Kretzmei
er, Franklyn; Sheedy, Marshfield, -second;
Hogue, Corvallis, third:
Lane, Jefferson, Lyman La
Grande, tied for fourth. Height
11 feet,- 8 inches (new state re
cord). ' Broad Jump Won by Miller,
Washington? Allen. Pendleton
second;, JL.loyd Salem, third;
Warnack. " Marshfield, fourth;
Brownhlll. Grant, fifth. Distance
20 feet, SVe inches.
Shot put -Won by4 Kaskela,
Astoria; second, Drager, Salem,
and Brown, Benson, tied; James,
Bend, third; distance 44 feet 11
inches. " - - --
Mile Won by Garrett. Hood
River; Slsson, Franklin, second;
Huiet, Myrtle Point, third; Bums,
Lincoln, fourth; iflnss. Grant, rtrtli
High jump Won by Allen,
Pendlettfn;' second, Lyman. La
Grande, and , Sheely. MarshTield,
tied; third, Conklin, Benson, Glee
son, Grant and Hollister, North
Bend, tied.. Height 5 feet 9 .
'Discus Won by James. Bend;
second, Kaskala, Astoria; third,
Brown, Benson; fourth, Payne,
Wasco; fifth, Davis, Corvallis.
Distance 114 feet, D inches,
100. yard dash Won by Sieg
mnnd, Salem; second. Lowry. Jef
ferson, third, Miller, Washington; !
Fourth, McCord, Baker; firth,
Heister, Dutur. Time 10.2
440 yard dash Won by Snmtz,
La Grande; second, Marrs, Jerfpr
6on; third, Blaco, Salem: fourth.
GilfiHan, Bend; fifth, i Winters,
Lincoln. Time, 62.4.
n O A f l ' ... .
, fu uiga nuraies won ny
Allen, Pendleton; second. Curtln.
Franklin; third, Dally, CorvaTTis;
fourtlL . L"l?e, Jefferson ; fifth.
Iayckt FofesUGrove. Time 16 4-5.
220 yard dash Won by Low
rey. Jefferson; second, Siegmund.
Salem; third; Heisler sDiifur;
fourth, Javier,' Franklin; fifth,
Colgan, Salem Time 23.1
One half -mile relay Won by.
Salem (Colgan. Lloyd, Webo.
Siegmund j; Baker, second (Mc
Cord, T. Duff, G. Dufr. Staley);
Jefferson (Lowrey, Wood:, Marrs,
Brennan) and Franklin (Javir.
Scales, Curtln, Elle) tied for
third; Benson fifth (Hamilton,
Trindall, Granville, Hogan).
"Most fighters Vve, seen
lately know more about
the double cross than they
do the right one." '