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SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, ;1927 .
PORTI4AXD t?TTY LEAGUE . 1
v; Games Today
Salem vs. Nlcolai at Oxford Park,
2:30 p.' m.
Mt. Scott vs. Montavtlla, Vaughn
street, Portland. (double
Woodmen ts Camas, at Camas.
, With new strength' added to-both
teams, the Salem Senators and
Nicolai doormakers will meet tor
the second time this season .at
Oxford park this afternoon. The
Senators won the previous game,
and ought to be the favorites this
time, but' there is a considerable
amount of "dope being spilled to
the contrary .
The important change in the
Senator lineup will be at. second
base, where Joe Sullivan, fresh
from a season with Notre Dame
u Diversity, will cavort in place Of
Speck 'Burke, who was released
As a.matter of fact, young Sul
livan, who is a brother of Billy
Sullivan who is playing the initial
sack, was signcd up at the opening
of the' season, and Manager "Frls-
co" Edwards has been merely
keeping the position filled tem
porarlly pending the youngster's
arrival. Burke is a good ball
' player and a dbusclentious worker.
but the breaks have been against
him this year
Thiit romnletes th lineun that
Edwards has been working to ac
quire all year, with a quartet of
hustling kids in the infield and
outer gardeners who will all -Mt
well over .300 -which Golem an,
Steers- and Jacobberger are all do
ing. at present. - ... ...
With Suds Sutherland, Ken Sax
end .Wayne Barham on hand to do
the chucking, and "Frisco" behind
the bat to direct the team's de
fense and keep the aggregation
running smoothly, it would be dif
ficult to figure out a better combi
..But Nicolai will not be any easy
victim today, for the lineup .will
include a. number of new men who
were obtained from Woodstock
and St. Johns when those teams re
tired from the league race, and
this team will be the equal of the
Senators, so that the result will
depend largely on '"hustle" and
strategy or possibly, if you see
It 'that way, tack or the breaks of
Sup.d.ay,.wlll Je a decisive day
in the City league, forMontavjUa
nd Mt. Scott, the league leaders,
t.-ih play a double header, and If
nfle team wins both games, will
B& definitely, out in.Iront.
S HEED WAY, Altoona. Pa., June
it. (AP.)--In a spectafcular
race, marred by two accidents,
. . a a. AAA
Fgier ue raoio capturea tne zwu
mile championship automobile
classic here today. Harry Harts
'was second, two laps behind the
leader and far ahead cf Tony Qui
otto, who was third.
se Paolo's time was 1:12:56-
SojO, an average speed of 116. St
miles an hour.
(By virtue .of his victory, IDe
Paolo won $7,000 as first prise
money. Hartx won $200 for sec
ond place and Gulatto won $2,000
'Frank Elliott figured in the
most spectacular accident of the
day when he lost control of : his
car while rounding a curve. "Ralph
Hepburn, who Was close .behind
co?ld not avoid a collision, and
-tle rear wheel of Hepburn's' tar
was torn off. Earl Devore's ma
chine was struck by Hepburn's
and forced from the track.- Hep
burn crashed Into a - pit. - He vasj
ufrinjured but a pit mechanic was
slightly hurt. , ,
pave Lewis had a narrow es-
, cape from' death when his car over
turned at almost the identical Spot
where Elliott came to grief. He
was thrown free of his machine.
'Taken to the grounds emergency
hospital he was found fo have suf
fered only cuts and bruises. ' p
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CHICAGO. June il. (AP.)
Four records for track and field
games -made by premier atnieies
of the last six years were broken
today in the finals of the National
Collegiate " Athletic association
championships meet at Soldier's
Roy Conger,- Iowa State college.
finished first in the mile run at
4:1? '$'10 -for a new mark, suc
ceeding' Reese of Texas, who held
the record since 1925 with 4:18-
Johnny Sittig of Illinois, west
ern conference half-mile champion
broke the tape three, inches ahead
of Charteris of Washington In a
driving finish for a record 6f 1:54-'
iv. unarteris neia tne iormer
record ef lr55 4-10 made two
Winning the Quarter mile, dash
for the third successive time this
year, -Herman Phillips bettered his
own record time, going the dis
tance in : 48 5-10. His former
time was :48 7-10. Edwin-Spenc
er of the City College of Detroit,
repeated his victory of 1926 in the
220 yard 'low hurdles and broke
his own record of : 23 5-10, breast
ing the tape today by a margin of
two yards ahead of Frank Cuhel
of Iowa in : 23:4-10
Fred Alderman, the slightly
built dash star of Michigan State,
was the outstanding' performer of
the games and held highest indi
vidual point winner. He won the
century in :09 9-10 from Ander
son of Washington by a margin of
a -few inches, with Hermansen of
Butler, the negro sprinter from
Geneva college, who threatened to
cause an upset as a result of his
performances in the preliminaries
yesterday, faded entirely today.
finishing absolutely last in the
The 1927 champions crowned
100 yard dash Alderman, Mich
igan State, : Or 9-10.
220 yard dash Alderman,
Michigan State, :21 1-10.
(x) '88ft yard run Sittig, Illi
nois, 1:54 2-10.
(xl 440 yard run Phillips, But
ler, ;48 5-10.
(x) One mile Conger, Iowa
State. 4:17 6-10,
'Two 'mile run Shimek, Mar
quette, 9:34 4-10.
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(x) 220 yard low hurdles
Spence, Cify College of Detroit,
120 yard high hurdles Baskln,
Auburn Poly. 14 9-10.
Hammer throw Gwynn. Pitts
burgh, 155 feet, 9 inches.
High jump-Burg, Chicago; and
Sheppard; Texas, '6 feet, 5'H Inch.
Shot put--Brix, Washington,
4 0 feet, 7 3-8 inches.
Discus throw MCorson, College
of Pacific, 144 feet. 2 inches.
Pole vault Droegemueeler,
Northwestern, 13 feet.
Javelin throw Pilling, Utah,
199 feet, 8 inches.
Broad jump Tamm. Georgia
Tech., 24 feet. 1 inch.
fx) New N. C. At A. record.
PUTS FOB ITSELF
Salem High school finances
came through the-year with a
cash balance f $4.240.08, accord
ing to the report of the student
body treasurer. Merritt Davis, sub
mitted to Superintendent Hug.
Total receipts handled by the
treasurer amounted to f 7.694.89.
-Basketball wa8;the -only: activi
ty wnfch completely paid for itself
this year, ifpet of j.he student
body activities are not expected to
pay for themselves entirely, how
ever, and, during the year; a gen
eral fund )s raised, composed, of
student .body dues and receipts
frbmplays and entertainments, po
cover ally deficits. .
. The relative ability ot eaeh ac
tivity to pay for Itself is shown by
the following statement of receipts
Basketball, deceived. $912.26.
paid Out. . 849.50; football, re
ceived, $1615.39. paid out, 1888.
46;' track! 'teceiyed. $34.75. paid
out, $173.03; .tennis, no receipts,
pa id 6ti t. $2 7.6 6 baseball, re
ceived. $31t5. paid out. $154.05;
Clarion, received. $1,167.01. paid
out, ' for Clarion. $800.55, for
Clarion annual, $1202.98; booster
fund, received. $18. 35 paid out.
$10.40; paid out on Huntington
reserve fund, $577. 76i general
fund, received, $2,447.42. paid
Total receipts were $7,694.89.
and total disbursements:. $6,4 54.
81. leaving a balance of $1,240.08,
The report was audited by mem
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Coast League Standings ; .
W. L. Pet.
Oakland 46 30 .605
Sacramento 41 34 .547
Seattle 38 33 .535
Missions 3S 37 .507
San Francisco .... 37 37 .500
Portland 35 38 .479
Los Angeles 32 41 .438
Hollywood 28 44 .389
LOS ANGELES, Jnae 11.
(AP) The Portland Beavers be
gan an attack on Earl Hamilton
in the sixth Inning affer the An
gels had piled up a three run lead
and continued to score In each re
maining frame of the game here
today, defeating Los Angeles 7
Score R. H. E.
Portland 7 12 0
Los Angeles i . . ; . 4 9 -2
Shea. Storti, Tomlin and Fis
chcr; Hamilton, Cunningham and
SAN FRANCISCO, June 11.
(AP) Two mighty home ?uns in
the 11th inning, one by Sherlock
and the other by Hudgens brought
Seattle a 5 to 3 victory over the
San Francisco Seals today.
Score R. H. E
Seattle 5 15 3
San Francisco ........ 3 10 1
'Kti'ght and Schmidt; Malls and
OAKLAND, June 11. (AP)
Oakland clinched Us series with
foll wood today" by winning both
games ot a double header, the
fint S to 2 in 1 1 hard fought
inniuRi and the second, 2 to 1, in
a contest going seven frames bv
First game R. H. E
Ho1iwo6d 2 ! 1
Oak'und . ...310 0
'M'Cabe and p. Murphy; Cooper
Second same R. H. E.
Hollywood 1 5
Oakland 2 4
ullertonj Praul an1 D. Mur
phy; Hasty and Bool, Read.
K.f!RAMENTO. June - 11 -
(AR) The Missions stopped Sae
r&mento's winning epree today
takivg the fifth game of the serle3
7 to 2. Eckett, whil pounded for
nine hits, scattered them to allow
but two scores, the result ot horn
& Cold Storage Co.
runs by McLaughlin and Knigh'..
Score R. H. E.
Missions 7 13 0
Sacramento 2 9 3
Eckert and Whitney; Rachac,
Kecfe and Severeid.
American League Standings
W. L. Pet.
New York ...... 35 16 .686
Chkagp. 32 21 .604
Philadelphia 28 23 .549
Washington 24 24 .500
Detroit 24 26 .469
St.-Louis 23 27 .460
Cleveland 23 28 .451
Boston 13 35 .271
NEW YORK. June 11. (AP)
Two mighty wallops by Babe
Ruth, his 19th And ,20th home
runs of the year, in successive
times at bat, helped the New Yoirk
Yankees top the Indians in the
opener of a series here today by
to 4. Score R. H. E.
Cleveland 4 8 1
New York 6 14 2
Buckeye, Karr, Shaute and L.
Sewell; Thomas, Moore and Col
lins. PHILADELPHIA, June 11.
The Detroit Tiger's defeated the
Philadelphia Athletics by a 6 to 5
score today and broke the Ath-
letic's winning streak of five
straight wins in a row.
Score R. H. E.
Detroit 6 11 0
Philadelphia 5 13 2
Whitehill, Holloway and Bis-
sler; Ehmke, Grove, Pate and
BOSTON. June 11. (AP) St.
Louis nicked three Boston pitch
ers for 17 hits today to win the
first game of the series 10 to 5.
Score R. H. E.
St. Louis 10 17 0
Boston 5 9 1
Stewart and O'Neill: Harriss,
Sommers, Wclzer and Hofmann.
WASHINGTON. June 11.
Pitching against bis old team
mates Thurston hurled the, Sena
tors to a 9 to 4 victory today over
the Chicago White Sox in the first
game of the series.
Score R. H. E.
Chicago s. 4 13 I
Washington 9 13 2
Thomas. Barnabe and McCurdy;
Thurston and Ruel.
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WOMAN NET STAR
WINS KENT TITLE
BECKENHAM, England, June
11. .(AP) Helen Wills, the Cal
ifornia tennis star, emerged, tri
umphantly from the Kent tennis
championships today with the
women's title in her possession
and also with. a 5th victory over
Mrs. Kitty Mckane Godfree out of
7 clashes on the courts. Miss
Wills now is the prime favorite
for the women's title in the
Wimbledon classic which will
start June 20. The score was 6-2,
National League .Standings
; w. l. Pet:
Pittsburgh 31 1G .660
Chicago 29 19 .604
St. Louis 27 20 .374
New York 26 22 .342
Brooklyn 24 30 .444
Boston , . , 18 2T5 .419
Philadelphia 19 27 .413
I Cincinnati I 18 33 .333
ST. LOUIS. June 11. (AP)
Pruett was wild today and the St.
Louis Cardinals defeated the Phil
lies 4 to 2.
Score: R. H. E.
Philadelphia 2 8 O
St. Louis 4 4 1
Pruett. Willoughby. Scott and
Jonnard; Alexander and Snyder.
Score: R. H. E.
Boston 3 9 0
Cincinnati ... 6 11 1
R. Smith and Hogan; Rixey,
Lucas and Hargrave.
CHICAGO. June 11. (AP)
Hack Wilson's 12th home run of
the year figured in the 7th con
secutive victory of the. Chicago
Cubs today, the Giants falling vic
tims by 2 to 1.
New York . r. . . 1
Grimes and Devormer;
PITTSBURGH. June 11. (AP)
Pittsburgh failed in a desparate
attempt to counter a four run ral
ly by the Robins in the 9th and
Brooklyn took the opener of a
series from the Pirates today by
11 to 10.
Score: R. H. E.
Brooklyn n i 2
Pittsburgh 10 15 1
Doak. Plitt, Petty. Vance and
Hargreaves; Meadows, Nichols,
Kremer and Gooch.
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EUGENE, June 11. (Ap)is
Ben Dolp. of Portland lived up to
advance notice and' turned in a
score of 81 today, in the first lg
hole flight of the left-Landed state
golf tournament being held by the
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