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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, JULY D, 1927 '
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SLIDING TO TtilBQ
t'nat league Standings
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ISAN FRANCISCO, July
(P) The Seals and Los Angeles
played a double header today, the;
luhrning game ending in a 6-6 tie.
wnile the Seals won in the after
noon, 8 to 7.
J Hay Jacobs. Angel Bwatster,
broke his leffe leg sliding into
fflird base,in the sixth inning. He
bounced off the bag and Mulligan
. tagged him: The fans jeered
, manager Nlck Williams when Ja
cobs was' called out, thinking it
pjor sportsmanship to call a run-
fer out after he was seriously in
' Jared, The ball was in' play, how
ever, until the umpires called!
tirne, after Jacobs had been
t( uched. j
,i Jacobs was taken to. a hospital
8 id physicians were doubtful
whether he will play ' again 1 this
yfar. He was one of the best hit
tars of the Los Angeles club.. .
j Score--(first game) .H. H.;E.
1W Anges fe:.
Fan Francisco ill'lG
I (Game called end ninth inning.
t&ne upj. M f ' "
Piercy , and ' SenCberg, " Geary r
8 id Itego. !
. i (Second Bam") It. H. R . f
: L :s Angelas 7 13 1 j
S in FrancLsco : 8 15 3 j
i Wright and Hannah; Turpinj
a id lie go. i
PORTLAND. Jjly 4. I AP)
Irilind won both games, and the
eyries from Sacramento, here to
day. Bill Hughes outpitched V'in
c in the first game, an 8 to 1 f ree
bitting contest, in which Sigafoos,
'mith. Strand and Koehler hit
1. 'me runs.
Ed Tomlin held the Sacs help
less with three hits In, the second
fime, while , Portland pounded
l ay Keating Jn three innings for
'a 10 to 2 count. Portland took the
K?ries 5 to 4.
Score (First game) R. H. E
. Sacramento 4 10 0
Portland 8 12 0
Vinci and Koehler; Hughes and
I STARTING TODAY
jffe . The greatest thrill the screen v(
hs ever seen the mightiest y
r 'Tre fo'- goM in the history of r '
Kl "the world that's what you'll see 1
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Don't Say I'M Sorry I
Missed It After Is Gone
HERE COMES ANOTHER 'BIG DOUBLE SHOW
Big Stage Presentation
T h P"l 53 I H S ' 9 Boosting Salem's Big
I lie rldA lUCd Linen Industry
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THE TKOJAN FIVE
Fischer. ! :
(Second game) II. II. E.
Sacramento ,.. 2 3 1
Portland . -10 17 2
Keating, E. Shea and Koehler;
Tomlin and Fischer.
SEATTLE. July 4. (AP)
The Seattle Indians celebrated
today by nosing the Oaks out of a
double header, 3 to 1 and 2 to 1.
itoth tended to be pitchers'
battles, but the Indians succeeded
in biwichins hits, and aided by
Oakland's errors in thr; first en
counter, tucked both games sufe-
Si-ore First game) II 11. E.
Oakland 19 4
Stattle 3 6 0
Cooper arid Bool; Knight and
(Second game) R. H. E.
Oakland . . 14 0
Seattle 2 8 1
Hasty and Uwker; (Jraham and
LOS ANGELES, July 4. (AP)
lloi'ywood and the Missions
broke even on today's double bill,
the Missions takfng the morning
game in ten innings, 5 to 3, and
losing the afternoon contest by a
5 to 2 snore. Hollywood won the
series, five games to four.
Score (First game) H. H. E.
Missions 5 7 0
.Hollywood 3 13 0 !
(10 innings). Holling. Ekert. I
Lailey and Walters. Whitney; j
Hulvey and D. Murphy.
(Second game) R. H. E. j
'Missions 2 6 8
lollywood i..A.iA, 5 D 3
-VPiUette and "VVhtlney; Fullerton
andq Agjiew. ,
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WIN IN DOUBLES
WIMBLEDON, July 4. fAP)
American tennis players, cele
brating Independence day in great
style, todav njade a clean sweep
of the three matches in which they
were engaged in the Wimbledon j
tournament, added another chan
pioushin to that already captured
Saturday, and havp a
chance to win another toniorr
William T. THden and Francis
T. Hunter provided the fireworks
for a real old fashioned Ameri
can Fourth of July celebration, by
capturing the men's doubles cham
pionship from the French team, of
Henri Cochet and Jacques Brug
ton, holders of the doubles crown
for 1921. The score was 1-6, 4-6,
S-6, 6-3. 6-4.
! I ry a CSSlfieCI Want All
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With Wayne Barham pitching
at his best, holding the visitors
to five hits, the Salem Senators
set the Eugene team, now hold
ing first place in the Willamette
Valley league, down for a score
less defeat Sunday at Oxford
park, the locals winning 8 to 0.
"Biddy" Bishop, former Senator
manager and infielder, and the
center of interest in this non
league game, pitched nice ball, but
his support was not up to stand
ard, and half of the Senators runs
resulted from the numerous bob
bles of the Eugene team.
The Senators started scoring in
the first inning when Billy Sulli
van, the first man up, singled,
went to second on a fielder's
choice and scored on Goleman's
two bagger over the right field
That was all until the fourth
when two runs were scored.
j Steers was hit by a pitched ball
j and Jacobberger was credited with
fa single when the first baseman
i handled the ball, and there was
i nobody on hand to cover the bag.
i Steers going to third. "Red"
Hidings walked, filling the bases,
and Hauk singled, scoring Steers
! and Jacobberger.
Billy Sullivan scored again in
j the fifth when he doubled over
i the fence, went to third on an in
j field out and crossed the plate on
1 a bobble by Van Dyne,
i The sixth was the big inning
.for the Senators. Ridings reached
("second on Lynn Jones' error, and
! Hauk walked. Barham singled,
: scoring liauk, Barham reaching
i tliird. Barham scored on Van
i Dyne's error.
! The final run was made in the
i eighth when Hauk hit four bases
j over the right centerfield fence.
The box score:
AH. K. II. PO. A. K.
! Steers, it'
.l;irrolnrir'l . ri' c 4
Hank. 31. J
Kdwards, c 1
Bnrham, p 4
Meyers, rf 3
S 11 J7
!: AB. R. H PO. A. K.
Manoryd, If 3 0 1 o 0 0
! ;. Kid.n?s. jb ... a o o a a o
;ild. rf 0 1 J 0
itlIS5.. r 4 O 1 4 1 0
. Jones. 31 if 4 O i 1 O 1
Van Kyno. sk-11. 4 K J :: (i .'i
.iiiiiu-rman. rf :t 0 l 2 l 0
(irahnm. I i, n 7 1 0
r.ishop, i .. :: ) n O 0
-Murton t 0 o 0
"Makrr 1 0 n 0 l 0
Worth. 2h 0 O O 1 1 1
! Thompson, 0 0 0 0 1 0
4 Total :tl 0 5 24 13 5
'Butted. fr Mancrud in pighth.
"Bated for (irrthHin in riiith.
SiiaiifiMry Inning pitrhrd iiy Barham
J: Bish'i f At hat off. Barham :: 1.
Bishop 3". Hits liatted off Barham ." ;
Bishop 10. Rtint, scored off Barham 0;
Bishop 8. Kilns responsible for: Barham
0; Bishop i. inn nfc pitcher: Bar
hi.ii : losing pitcher, Bishop. Struck out
by Barham 7: Bishop 1. Bases on balls
Off Barham 1 ; Bishop 2. Stolen bases
Steers. Two base hits: (iolrman, Van
Dyne J. VV. Sullivan. Home runs: Hank.
Sacrifice hits: i. Ridings. ('ausrlit steal
ins: "Ueil" Ridiuxs. Double plays
"Red'' Ridings to Joe Sullivan to W
Sullivan: ;. Ridings to an lyne to
Grahani. Hit hy pitcher: Steers by
Bishop. ef't on base: Salem 7: Lu
gene 5. Passed balls: Hliss.
I'mpires l.aird at plate; "Shy"" Hunt
in.tfton on bnp.s.
Tiir.e f (line: I. ''',.
DE PAOLO WINS
SALEM. N. H.. July 4.- fAP)
A pair of bahy shoes which Pete
I)e Paolo carries as a mascot in
his racing car, brought De Paolo
luck for the second time today on
the Rockingham speedway.
Holding the lead from the out
set. Do Paolo won the 200-mile
holiday race, his second victory on
this track, finishing two laps
ahead of Frank Lockhart. Dave
Evans finished third, three laps
behind the leader. De Paolo's
time was one hour, 36 minutes.
and 30 seconds.
Meteorologists have never told
us what the mysterious sound is
so many aspiring politicians mis
take for a call to the presidency.
Of The Old Oregon Trail
Does a moving picture star get
tnriu from me unai wut. uul
kiss? For that matter do any
camera kisses tarHl her? i
Florence Vidor, Paramount star j
answered the qtiest.'on by asking !
"Is it possible to breathe cfver 1 i-reuy aamn. nun,ry mat s
a rose without inhaling some ufjhow," Ixllowcd luttle Billy. "You
the fragrance?" sho said. I C"1 my wefeht down to 57
'lf imnossihle to cive a con- i poicnds. Last nigit after a poker
vincing performance unless you
put yourself wholly into the c
acter you're portraying." she
on to explain. "For this reason
it is highly probable that every
true actor or actress gets what
you choose to describe as a thrill
t thoir staec kisses. Certain
ly they hold no physical discom- I
fort .. j
"tn'wnronf Paramount star-
ring vehicle "The World at Her
Feet" which opens at the Elsinore
theater today for a three day run.
Miss Vidor has ample opportunity
to test this reasoning. A loyc
theme with her leading man, Ar
nold Kent, carries all through the
comedy-drama. Luther Red di
rected "The World at Her Feet."
Margaret Quimby. Richard Tucker
and William Austin are in the .sup
It was the first cay of produc
tion of "Oh, Baby!'' the Universal
Jewel production which is showing
tonight and Wednesday at the
Capitol theater. Little Billy, th
2 8-year-old Tom Thumb actor
whose role in this comedy called
for his metamorphosis from a
prize fight manager into the dis
guise of a little girl, had donned
the dainty pink silk dress. He
threw away a hideous black cigar j
as he pulled his wig of blonde
curls into place. Director Harley
Knoles anxious to test the reality
of the camouflage, took the forty
inch actor by the hand and ap
proached Ethel Shanon. who had
just arrived from Hollywood and
was as yet ignorant of the pic
ture's plot or the players who
were to appear in it.
"Miss Shannon," said Director
Knoles, "1 want you to meet my
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thing!" Ethel nthused.
men turninig iq L.utie liuiy in
that patroniziinj; tone that nice
children bear .o patiently from
the :r elders, she' c ontinued : j
"And how are vou-o-o-o feeling
today, dear?"' j
gaice at the Krlars club I ate a
te of heavy s.ke and now I
gh 58 so not' ting but hot wa
ter Jor breakfast t:oday!"
To say tliat Ethel was aghast is
to express only inadequately her
astonishment thit was however
dissipated whdn Billy removed the
wig and introduced himself under
hi own name.
"Oh. Baby!" marks the first
iscreeii appeara:iice of Little Billy
after a Ions antf successful career
ire vaudeville an 3 on the legitimate
stace. In addition to himself and
.Vliss Shannno, .the featured cast
includes Madge Kennedy. Creigh
ton Hale, David .Butler and Flora
Oregon 1 'heater
A picturization. of one of the
; most epochal races in history takes
! pface in the new Fox Films pro
l ditetion of "3 Badt Men.' dramnt-
masterpiece woFen around crae
j of the most momerfious periods in
the development of the United
States, which is to appear at tne
Oregon theater todaiv, Wednesday
This was the land rush, in which; car vas bothered Flowers consider
thousands of peophe. who sue- ' ab'o. He lost his balance more
cumbed to its lure, took part. The
great drama were
men, women and children of every
type and condition of life, from all
parts of America and the far flung
places of the earth.
Hardy pioneers seeking new
land to conquer and bend to their
will; sedentary city dwellers seek
ing to satisfy the inherent cravine
of the race to live by the sweat of
their labor on the fruits of the
earth: traders and merchants,
seeking new fields and fresh op
portunities for their endeavors.
Even the doctor and the man of
God were not lacking. But among
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MEMORIAL! STADIUM. Lin
soln. Neb., jiily 4. (AP) By
scoring 13 pbints, the Illinois A.
C. won the rcflay championships
of the national A. A. U. track and
field meet here this afternoon.
New York A. C- was second, with
11 points; Los Angeles A. C. third,
with 10; Newark A. C, fourth,
with ' S; University of Nebraska,
fifth, with 5, and Chicago A. A.,
sixth, with. 3.
MEXIO0 FOURTH QUIET
MEXricO CITY, July 4. (AP)
American residents of Mexico
City haid the quietest Fourth of
July that old timers can remem
ber, chiefly of business'depression.
TIGER AND MAXIE
BATTLE TO DRAW
CHICtAGO, Juy 4. (AP)
"Tiger'l Flowers and Maxie Rosen
.biooin fought tn rounds to a
draw in; the windup of the Fourth
of Julf card, at the White Sox
Thn first eight rounds were
fotlfi'lTt in a stpaHv rain which
, faiIf(i tn 'Bith(,,
They started fast, neither paying
much attention" to boxing, and
borj? putting plenty of power in,
7 he slippery condition . of the
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than once, and In the last round.
just before the gong,
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back. In his efforts to retain his
balance, one of his feet struck
Rosenbloom, flooring him.
The only - knockdown of the
fight came in the sixth round.
. Evaaigline .
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