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FABT COAST RACERS
!5alem will he the scene of one
of the finest auto racing programs
HV?nlj the 'Northwest siace the
last jTaeoma speedway race of
1922, when some of the fastest
racers on the coast appear at the
state fair grounds July 4.
For the-number of race car- as
sembled pn -a. northwest track all
records will 'be broken, as there
wHJrbe between 30 and 4ft cars
entered on the day of the. big
The ""program will include one
fifty-mile sweepstakes, race 'free'
for all cars classifying and two
other races of 20-mile duration
one for class X cars and the other
for class B. There will also be
two matched races between lady
auto drivers and motorcycle rid
In order to eliminate any delays
the time- trials will start at 12
coot aod the races proper will
start at-2: 30 p. m.
The program will start off with
a 24-mile race for class B cars.
Then a special feaure, a three
mil race between lady Motorcycle
Riders namely Margarett McKern
of Portland and Izerta Hllder-
braid also of Portland, on two spe-
,clal: Super X Excelsior Motor
cycles will be held This is the
firs -.time the publie has been
treated to a race of this kind.
Then there will be a 20-mile
race for class A. cars, all cars en
tered according to time classifies
The second special feature will
be a, three-mfle race In Hieing au
toinobiles by. tw'o lady drivers
They will be announced at the
track but the fans can be assured
they are both snappy drivers and
will put on a real thriller.
The last event wilt be the grand
sweepstages, a, 60-mile race which
will give the race fans a chance to
eee a miniature Indianapolis race
with plentyiof mileage and air the
r is its and thrills that only a long
For this race meet the North
western Automobile Racing asso
elation under whose direction it is
held , has promised (o have as
judges only men who have had a
varied experience in the racing
game go as to have the race go
over as smoothly and promptly as
jjhe of f iclals will be chosen
from the following well known
race fans: -
L. R. Therklesen, Dick Fenton,
Vick Undeen, Fred Geppert, F. L.
Abbott, A. C. Stevens. Henry
Claverje, Wells Bennett. Wm
Mathena, Mayor Eastman of Sil-
verton, Roy Stotts'. Frank Bligh.
T. "A.v Livesley,! may r of Salem;
Geo. V. Adams, and Fred Dundee
KIMIII SHOWS PEP
Industrial Vetkgue Standings
I W. L. Pet.
P. E. P. .11-1... ... 4 2 .667
Haasen,-L.iljequtst 3 3 .500
PostoffUe 2 3 .400
De Molay 2 3 .400
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UW U 1 LHI UHLL
Big. handsome Kiminki, with
i. perfect 4 support from" bis fellow
Hansen-Liljequist players, held
thi P. E. P. company batsmen
toohe lone hit in the Industrial
J league "game last night. At the
same time the lumbermen were
pounding Marriott, PEP pitcher,
for enough hits to score a 13 to 0
v victory. . . "
Th PEP club still retains lead
ership of the league, but with the
redoubtable Kiminki to rely on
in the closing tilts, Hansen-Liljequist-may
step into the top po
sition before th saBda ends:'
Eighteen men faced- this pitcher
In five innings last night Of the
18, two ' got ; bases - on ' balls and
young Arnold got a lucky bit. The
others1 were struck out,,,
Score - R- H. E.
Hansen-iLiljequlst ........13 11 0
PEP Co. .JLJ 1... 0 1 3
r Lineups :1 PEP, Arnold, as;
Travis,' 2b; Marriott, p; Stow, rf;
, Teed, c; Seeley, 3b; Hartwell, cf;
Le, If; Flagg. lb. --" , . -.
Harisen-Iljequiatt McNulty lb,
G Usew9 h ; rame. cf ; Ritchie. 4f ;
Slpola; cr fplirich, as; Nickell. 3b;
Graves, rf ; 'jCimlnkl, p.' , - e
Umpire Chef Laird. " T
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Whea Richard Grace Will XrfW
Honolulu on Might tTnkoowji 4
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V IIONOLtJLU, June 28,-(Al)
; Plans of Richard Grace, civil-
-.' ian, aviator,; for hopping: oft the
island of Kauai bn; a J non-slop
' flight :aof San - FranctscoV "-' were
cloaked In ' tnyaury late ' tonight,
as newspapermen there failed to
- penetrate the -cloak Hf f secrecy
J" throwniup at the take-off Int.
y V3ic..wIkx'Is betog aided by
y tha naval forces, here arrived at
th runiray-ati:45'pJ to.; Hono
lulu time"? (T:laV P m.- Pai"c
tlm)ftet a-flight trdm Hoao
, . lulu. On leaving , hereof he 4'
' pressed thff desire1 fUkft -off
as aoon possible' JfV,",:i?'.; '!
TWINS SWIM DOWN THE HUDSON
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In an effort to break the record set by Mrs. Lottie Sehoemmel
last year, Bernice and Phyllis Zitenfield 13-year-old twins,? started
down the Hulson river, from Albany. NV Y., tor the BatteryNew
York City, stopping at night. rThe distance Is 150 miles. Photo
shows twins receiving grease coating" -from their trainer.
POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y., June
2S (AP) The pick of the coun
try's college" crews, primed for a
spectacular climax to the rowing
season of 19 27. meet tomorrow on
the Hudson, with the eastern oars
men again arrayed against a for
midable challenge from the west
in all three championship races.
The University of Washington's
Huskies have provided the thrills
of the Poughkeepsie regata by
winning three of the past four
varsity races. They are back this
year to dfend their -title with a
crew still rated high, although
somewhat below previous stand
ards, and the far western threat
h doubled by the presence of Cali
fornia's Golden Bears, giants of
the varsity race, conquerors of
Washington, and favorites among
many close observers.
If any of the five eastern eights
in the varsity race is to stop the
onrush of the Bears or Huskies, it
will be the naval academy's stal
warts, in the opinion of most
The sailors, stroked again by
the Indomitable Tom Eddy, rated
by coaches as "the greatest col
lege oarsman 'today in America"
have been constantly ranked as
It is the given view that the
Middies- will fight it out with the
powerful, yet smooth stroking
Californians in the stretch. At
the same time the chances of
other contenders are not being
o ; o
1 American League Standings
! W. L. Pet.
New York ....... 47 20 .701
Philadelphia .... . 37 30 .552
Chicago 38- 31 .551
Washington 35 29 .54 7
Detroit 32 30 .616
Cleveland 30 3 6 .4 55
St. Louis 27 36 .429
Boston 1: 49 .234
DETROIT. June 2S. (AP)
Detroit captured both ends of a
double header from the St. Louis
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Browns, here today, taking the
first game 9 to .1 and the seeond
fi to :i.
The Tigers won the opening con
test by Itittiug two left handers,
Zachary and Falk, freely, and they
annexed the second with a three
run rally in the eighth, at the ex
pense of another left hander, Win
gard. First game R. H. E.
St. Louis 3 10 4
Detroit 9 13 0
Batteries: Zachery, Falk and
Schang; Carroll and Woodall.
Second game R. H. E.
St. Louis 3 7 3
Detroit 6 10 0
Batteries: Wingard and O'Neill;
Collins and Woodall.
BOSTON, June 28. (AP-
Waahlngtpn made it five straight
from the Red Sox. by taking the
last game of the series today, 4
to 0. -
Crowder held Boston to two
Score R. H. E.
Washington 4 8 2
Boston ..0 2 1
Batteries: Crowder and Ruel;
Lundgren, Wingfield and Hof
maiin. NEW YORK. June 28. (AP)
After being shut out in the first
eight innings, the Athletics staged
a sensational rally in- the oiatfr.
scoring eight runs, but the New
York Yankees had already regis
tered nine, and took the victory
by 9 to 8.
Score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 8 11 3
New York 9 13 2
Batteries: Walburg, Johnson,
Rommel. Pate and Cochrane;
Shocker, Moore, Pennock, Thomas
and P. Collins.
CHICAGO, June 28. (AP)
Chicago's three-run rally in the
ninth, which Willis Hudlin could
not stop, gave them a victory over
Cleveland, today, in the third
game of the series. 8 to 7.
Score R. H. E.
Cleveland ... . 7 10 3
Chicago . , . . 8 "9 'A
Shaute, Hudlin and L. Sewell;
Connally, Jacobs, Cole and Grouse,
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WITH HEFTY SWATS
Coat League Standings
Oakland 55 37
San Francisco 4 9 4 3
Seattle 47 42
Sacramento 47 45
Portland 45 44
Missions 4 3 49
Los Angeles 41 49
Hollywood 3 6 54
PORTLAND, June 28. (AP)
After Jimmy McLaughlin of the
Sacs had tied the score in the
seventh with a home run into the
left field stands, with one on. El
mer Smith won today's game for
Portland in the eighth with a line
smash over the right field fence.
The score was 3 to 2. It was
Smith's second homer of the game
and his 24th of the season. Mc
Curdy of the Beavers also homed
In the second, every run thus be
ing scored on an over-the-fence
Score R. H. E.
Sacramento 2 3 1
Portland . 3 ,6 0
Kalllo and Koehler; Yerkes and
SAN FRANCISCO. June 28.
San FranciBCo defeated Los An
geles 12 to 11 today in a swatfest
in which each team used three
pitchers and the batters piled up
a total of 29 hits.
Score R. H. E
Los Angeles 11 13 2
San Francisco 12 16 2
Piercy, Hamilton, Yarrison and
Hannah; Mails, Geary, Turpin and
SEATTLE. June 2 8. Seattle
continued its heavy hitting streak
and walloped the league leading
Oaks 10 to 3 here today. The
Tribe landed on Delaney in the
first frame for six : counters be
fore he gave way to Hasty, who
was hit for a pair.
Score R. H. E
Oakland 3 11 2
Seattle 10 12 0
Delaney, Hasty and Read; Mil-
jus and Schmidt.
LOS ANGELES. June 28. The
Missions defeated Hollywood 7 to
5 in the series opener here today
Clyde Barfoot held the Stars to
three scattered hits foV seven In
nings but the locals got to him for
five runs in the last two frames.
Score R. H. E.
Missions 7 11 2
Hollywood 5 9 4
Barfoot, Christian and Whit
rey; Mulcahy, Praul and Agnew.
PORTLAND, Ore., June 28.
(AP) Charles Ballenger, WinnJ
peg, won a decision from Jack
Roper, Los Angeles, in a ten-round
main event on the boxing commis
sion card tonight. They are
SEATTLE, Jane 28. (AP)
Tod Morgan, of Seattle, junior
lightweight champion of the
world, was knocked to the canvas
three times to lose a decision to
Doc Snell, of Tacoma, In a non
titular six-round outdoor battle,
SAN FRANCISCO, June 28.
(AP) Willie Ritchie, .former
lightweight champion, took the
first step in his comeback cam
paign tonight when he stopped
Commisky, San Francisco, in the
last round of their scheduled four
round bout at the" Monarch club
program, a couple of hard rights
to the jaw had Commisky groggy
and the bout was stopped to save
him from further punishment.
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WIN IN ENGLAND
WIMBLEDON, England. June
28 (AP) Great la Elizabeth
Ryan in American tennis circles
in Wimbledon tonight. She scored
a great victory over Mrs.- Kitty
Mci&ne Godfree. the 1936 Wim
bledon champion, and- was the
first American woman to reach
thef semi-finals on a day marked
by two American victories both
by women and one defeat, which
was nearlv as glorious as a tri
Miss Helen Wills chalked up the
second American win, but Francis
T. Hunter went down with colors
flying before the French ace.
The victory of Miss Wills was
just a day's work for the. business
like Berkeley girl. She disposed
of Mrs. Peacock, of South Africa
In straight sets, 6-3, 6-1.
National League Striding
W. L. Pet
Pittsburgh ..39 23 .62
St. Louis 38 25 .603
Chicago 38 27 .58
New York 32 32 .500
Brooklyn 31 34 Al
Boston 23 32 .41
Philadelphia il 25 36 .41
Cincinnati 25 42 .37
ST. LOUIS. June 28. (AP)
The Pittsburgh Pirates won
hard fought contest from the St
Louis Cardinals today, 9 to 8, and
tightened their hold on first place
Score R. II. E
Pittsburgh 9 10
St. Louis 8 11
Meadows, Nichols. Cvengros
Hill and Gooch; McGraw. H. Bell
Reinhart and Schulte, Snyder.
CINCINNATI, June 28. (AP)
The Reds held a revival meeting
at Redland field today, and bunch
ed their blows ' around the ball
park to win the third game of the
series from the Chicago Cubs, 8
Score R. H. E
Chicago 1 6
Cincinnati 8 12
Root, Bush and Hartnett; Rixey
PHILADELPHIA, June 28
(APk The Phillies turned- back
the New York Giants today, by 7
to 3, Mitchell gaining a pitcher's
decision over four opposing hurl
Hornsbv of New York hit his
14th home run with one on in
New York 3
Henry. Soger. F. Thomas and
TayIor;Mitch'ell and Wilson
Only three National league
The Kansas City Jury which
found guilty of petit larceny a wife
who took her husband s clothes
aod gave them to another man,
evidently holds that endowment
with worldly goods does not in
clude the husband's pants. Pitts
burgh Gazette Times.
NVnticA is hereby eiven that the
nnderslened was duly. aoDointed
administratrix of the estate of
Hannah Steusloff, deceased, by or
der of the County court or tne
State of Oregon, for Marion
County, on the 27th day of May,
1927, and all persons having
claims aeainst the said estate are
hereby required to present their
respective claims, duly veruiea,
with DroDer vouchers, to the un-
rinrsirned at 1185 Court Street.
Salem, Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
.naiad at, Salem. Oregon, tnia
at rlaT nf JunA. 1927.
DOROTHEA E. STEUSLOFF.
Administratrix of the Ebtate
of Hannah Steusloff. deceased
Attorney for Administratrix.
SALEM WATER FM
GOES TO NEW HANDS
Plans for Turning Over Com
pany to Federal Corpora
Final plans for the taking over
of the Salem Water company by
the Oregon-Washington Water
Service corporation will be com
pleted today, it was announced
last night by local officials of the
According to tentative plans,
the new company will assume pos
session on Friday, when J. W.
Helwick. district manager for the
new company, will personally take
over the plant for. his corporation.
Few changes in the personnel and.
ia the immediate policies of the
company in Salem are expected,
it is said.
However, the new corporation,
which is a braneh of the Federal
Water Service corporation, has an
expert engineering staff in its em
ploy and expects soon to make
a survey of the water needs of
the city of Salem, looking toward
a development which will follow
the growth of the city, authori
tative sources declare.
For the- present,- headquarter
for the new corporation will be
maintained in. Portland, it is said,
although the maturing of present
plana for the acquisition of other
water systems in southern Ore
gon may make it desirable that
Salem become the district head
quarters for the company In the
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Notorious vSycan Wolf
Caught at Silver Lake
PORTLAND. June 28 -(AP)
The big. white, wolt of Sycan Mai ah .
which -alew $171000 worth of cat
tlesheep and horses, and which '
for 1 2 ' 'years; was-- feared and if
sperted'in.Lake county, has Ser3 '
trapped. ' " '
Those who denied theexisure
of such an animal have bees
proved wrong. Elmer Willlamf of
the United States biological sjr- -yey
had him tat Silver Lake, Or .
last night to prove it.
Long baa " been - th d' rut
waged, about .the brute. . That he
was a wolf la correct. That he
was white la true. The dis te
over these facta has been Ion? nd
One of the disputants was Stan
ley G. Jewett, the biological survey's-
leader of. predatory anlr al
control, in Oregon. Jewett vni
Willlanra argued to the end.
"Williams believed all he her.rd
about that wolf," Jewett said to
day, "while-1 never Uelleved more
than a third of the wild tales I
heard. I would say those felh rs
who talked about a .white ulf
were all wrong. That's why Wil
liams. put that'word 'white ia hia
Williams' laconic telegram was
sent from Silver Lake yesterday.
It said: .
' "Sycah ' wolf trapped to:ay.
White male" ,
The Sycan wolf was a sourto of
mystery.- Mora weird stories of
devastation surrounded It than
any other: animal Jewett has
known.-, Ills, tracks were the
of, an average, cougar's, the ) tru
est wolf tracks Jewett ever saw ia
Oregon. Washington, Idaho, or
Montana His howl was described
as a sound like the haying of a
bound. And he-was white.
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