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THE OIIEGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1927 ,
SALEM HAS CHANCE
AU Salem random is planning toi
rb to Portland next Sunday, and
meeca there, according to i pres
et plan jrillf the Vaughn
treet park bat not for "a Coast
league game. The, attraction that
will take the local "bugs"". to the
roast league nark will e the final i
oj-ucia! game of the Portland City '
league schedule, with - the Salem i
Senators fighting for a tie in per
centage with Mt. Scott, its op-
oneni in tnia contest. ; j
f In case "the Senators do win, it
ill ;probab!y ; mean a, "series of
ree games or more to decide the
ylnner of the league title. for the
4,'hedule, before the opening of
dnotfceYfrtHtnd iof 'games -between
the. four highest teams in the
"Frisco' Edwards of
the Senators indicated Tuesday
; that he was pretty well pleased
f Ufa' the way Wayne Bar ham. Sa
Jpm's reliable veteran, was burn
ing them over last Sunday against
'"Tugene. and will start Barham in
this all-important game if his arm
is right. ;-;-r
: There is av possibility that an-
ilther attraction may, get firsts tali
( n the V?Rbji street natk frJtfiis
'i late, bufannouacement on tpis
)o!nt 1 will be made in plenty of
ime aqthat the--.fans wilirknow
i rhere to 'go. - The game, will 'be
)layed in. Portland, whether .tne
oast league diamond Is available
: ' r not.' j.-? !'-;.
Salem's, continued, record of;
: victories is drawing a great
amount of attention from ball
ubs in other parfc -Of 4heXstate,
nd numerous challenges for
Raines on week days or open Sun-
iday dates are coming in. One of
jtihese is from the Pendleton team,
jwhich may come here July 19 for
A twilight game starting - about
L: 30 o'clock
,i , American Ieagu standings
W. I. Prt.
51 21 .720
40 32 .556
42 35 .545
37 33 .529
38 36 .514
34 40 .459
3(f jX. -423
17 .54 .239
Chicago ......... 42
Detroit . ......
Ph iladelphia . . .
St. IjOuIs .... . .
Boston i . , 7. . . .
r BOSTON, July 5. (AP) Bos
Ion nosed out Philadelphia today,
6 to B, putting over the-Winning
fun In the ninjfiafter, the Atb-jietics-
had tied ' the,,score ' in the
asne Jnning. - It wast the gtrond
jiictory for the lied Sox in their
last -17 starts;.
Itgjw -.r-- R. H. E.
Philadelphia .5 10 0
poston. ',,..m . ... 6, 1 6 1 1
HtJaker, Pate, Grove and'Coch
rntie: -Wetzer. Iiarrias and Hof-
' NEW YORK. July 5. (AP)-
feazzeri's home run after two were
out. In the ninth,' broke a dead
lock, and gave the Yankees 7 to
"victory" over Washington today
a? 1 well a"s a clean sweep in the
fhree-game series here.. ' v
Score r t J I ' R, H. E.
Washington . ...".. . ,6- 9 1
New York ..... . . . . .r. 7 10 l
Hadleyi Braxton, Xiaenbee and
Ruel:'.Hoyt, jGiard, Shaw key and
V- 4 ; ,
ii ST. LOUIS. Mo., July 5.?Ap)
r-The St. Louts Browns landed on
Jhree Detroit I Tiger pitchers .for
itwenty nits, many ror extra oases,
jjihd won fodayrl7 to
i :tf Castoii not only went the roiite
ffr (he Browns, but got three-kits.
Including a home run, with one
luan onts Scpre-r- " R. IL. E.
ICtroit V . "3 1 ; 8 " 3
S. . 17 20 3
V; WaUefcmi Carroll. Weils and
WoodaJI,:f rSha;: .Gaston and
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WIMBLEDON. England, July 5.
(AP) The 1927 Wimbledon tour
nament closed today In a blaze of
glory for the United States, with
four of the five championships in
the bands of American players.
The lone crown that was miss
ing 7-the coveted men's singles
was perched on the' brow of little
Henri Rochet, tlje.French ace, who
eliminated William T. Tilden in
he semi-finals, on hisiway to his
ultimate vittofy. .
With the women s singles, won
by Helen Wills, and the men's dou
bles, won by Tilden and Francis
T. Hunter, already captured, ttie
American players went into th
Inst day's p'ay with the women,
doubles and the mixed doubles
championships as their goal.
" Elizabeth Ryan, of California.;
was the bright American star in
today's play. Paired with Miss
Wills, she won th" women's dou
bles from the South Africans, Miss
"Bobbie" Heine and Mrs. J. Fea-f-ock.
and then returned to the
court after a few minutes' rest,
md 'with Hunter raced through
the semi-finals of the mixed dou
bles, winning from another South
African team, Louis Raymond -uid
the same little "Bobbie" Heine.
Later as the curtain was about
-to be rung down over Wimbledon
for 1927, she appeared again with
Hunter against L. A. Oodfree and
Mrs. Kitty McKane Oodfree. tu
win the mixed doubles title, after
a stubbornly fought battle in the
first set. The display of fortitude
and stamina given by the Califor
nia girl In her three appearances;
aroused the keenest admiration
from the spectators.
The Sunnyside ball park will
again be the meeting Plac of the
Salem motorcycle club, it"was de
cided yesterday by those' planning
the meetings. A feature of this
week's meeting will be a polo
game, the first played by the local
cyclist teams which were recently
Refreshments for tonight's
meeting will be provided by two
newly married conples fn the club,
Mr. and Mrs. Cody Evans, and Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Baxter.
The .trip to-; Pacific City over
the Fourth was made by about
20 of the local members, who were
jbined by I Otaore cyclists from
Eugene.; Races and stunts on the
beach occupied most of the time.
Mrs. Wayne Taylor, wife of the
secretary of thd club, is the only
woman cyclist in the club. She
made the coast trip with as much
ease as any of the male members
of the club. ;
The organization now has 28
members, and is growing weekly
as interest in the activities pur
Going to : Po
olpht wTititi won ;rift in : prcoiieerate
Coast Ioague Standings
San Francisco .... 56
Seattle 5 3
Portland 4 9
Missions . 46
Los Angeles '42
Hollywood 4 2
LOS ANGELES, July 5. (AP)
Hollywood and Los Angeles toiled
through a two-hour and 19 min
ute contest here today, each using
hree twirlers, but the Stars gar
nered more hits a-nd copped by a
10 to 6 score in the series opener.
Fitterer, on the mound for six
innings, received ; credit for the
Hollywood victory. Weathersby,
Smith and Yarrison paraded be
fore the Star batters and each was
given a hearty greeting.
Score K. li. E.
Los Angeles 6 11 1
Hollywood 10 15 3
Weathersby, Smith, Yarrison
and Sand berg; Muicahy, Fitterer,
Jacobs and Agnew.
Only one game in Coast league
f NATIONAL i
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.National Jxrugue Standings
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburgh 44 25 .638
Chicago 45 27 .625
St. Louis 39 31 .557
New York . .39 35 .527
Brooklyn 35 39 .473
Boston 2S 38 .424
Philadelphia 28 42 .400
Cincinnati 20 48 .351
PITTSBURGH, July 5. (AP)
Pittsburgh thumped four Cardinal
pitchers for 19 hits today to hand
St. Louis is sixth consecutive set
back by 14 to 2. i ,
Score R- H. E.
St. Louis 2 5 0
Pittsburgh 14 19 0
Reinhart, Keen, H. Bell and
O'Farrell, Schulte; Aldridge and
CHICAGO. July 5. (AP)
Chicago closed its stand on the
home grounds today by register
ing its seventh victory in a row,
in downing Cincinnati, 8 to 5.
Score R. H. E.
Cincinnati 5 9 0
Chicago 8 11 3
Luque, Rixey and Hargrave;
Osborn and Hartnett.
PHILADELPHIA. July S. (A
P) A two-run rally in the ninth
inning enabled the Phillies t
brfiaktheir .six-game losing streak
today, and defeat the Bosto
Braves, 5-4j ;
Score R. H. E,
Boston 4 11 1
Philadelphia ' 591
GerJewich and Hogan; Sweet
land, Willis and Wilson.
Only three games scheduled.
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PLACED ON SLATE
Dates for postponed games were
set at a meeting last night of re
presentatives of the two city base
The delayed game schedule fol
July 12 De Molays vs. Han-sen-Liljequist.
July 14 Post Office vs. De Mo
lays. July 19 Hansen-Liljequist vs.
P. E. P.
July 20 Valley Motor vs. Grot
to. July 22 Paper Makers vs.
July 25 K. C. vs. Valley Motor.
The last regular game in the
commercial will be played July 18.
The industrial league regular
schedule will end with the Hansen-r.iljequist-Poit
Office game Thurs
day. Games which Hansen-Liljequist
won with Kiminki in the box will
stand, it was decided, although
(Kiminki will not be permitted to
play any more this season. No
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HALF MILE THICK
In antwer to the qemandsjot
racing metn and exhibitors who use
the Lone Oak race track -at the
state fairgrounds, the Oregon
state fair board has authorized
construction of a new half-mile
oval within the old mile course.
Progresses already under 'way
on ' the new-course, which it is be
lieved will prove a greater draw
ing card during fair week ihan
heretofore, in that the shorter
races may all be started in front
of the grand stand, and in mile
harness and trotting events, the
crowd will have an opportunity to
see more of the features at closer
range than under the old system-
The old track will probably con
tinue to be used for auto races,
and for longer horse races, and, it
Is said, can be used for "warming
up" horses before the events in
which they may be scheduled.
Lone Oak track, however, bids
for the oak tree which grew out
fair to lose its time-honored name
in the field half way down to
ward the north end, has been de
stroyed in laying out the newer
It is expected that the new oval
will be completed soon and be in
first class condition for fair week,
when it will probably see its
T LATE SPORTS
LOS ANGELES, July 5. (AP)
George Godfrey, Philadelphia
negro leviathan of the fistic
game, smashed his way to a knock
out victory over Neal Clisby, Sn
Bernardino, Cal., heavyweight,
here, tonight. Clisby tqok the
count in the seventh round of a
scheduled ten-round bout.
agreement had been reached with
the club managers when Kiminki
was played this season, and the
games were protested by one of
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PORTLAND, Or,. July t. (API
Nothing sensational occurred in
the course of the second day's play
of the annual Oregon state cham
pionship tennis tournament,, here,
today, although" at time some
sparkling exhibitions were given.
Without exception, favorites came
One of the features of the-tournament
was the match in. which
James K, Ruscher, Pasadena City
champion, and Dick Charnook, his
fellow townsman, defeated W.' P.
Hornsberger and Scott Stewart,
California stars. The score was
3-6, 7-5, 6-3. 1
John Rissd, member of the Cal
ifornia team, seeded at No. 1 in
the men's singles, went into the
third round today, by defeating W.
D.'Green, 6-3, 6-1. Dick Charnock
and J. Neer staged a well played
three-set encounter, Charnock
winning 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Hery
Neer, one of Portland's strongest
bids in the meet, successfully
tackled Ralph Elle, Portland, win
ning in straight sets, 6-L 6-0,
Marian Williams, southern Cal
ifornia champion, Louise McFar
land, national girls' champion,
teamed in the doubles, defeated
Sally Cannon and Adele Wede
meyer. young Portland luminaries
NEW YORK, July 5. j(AP)
Suggestions that, the Dempsey
Sharkey fight July 21, at the
Yankee Stadium might be post
poned because of Dempsey's worry
over the tragic death of his broth
er, or to inability of the former
champion to get into condition by
that time, was spiked today by Tex
The promoter declared there
had been no consideration of a
postponement, that none was con
templated, and that none would be
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DE MOLAYS DEFEAT
PEP MEN 13 TO 8
I W. L. Pet
P. E. P. f
Post Office .... -be
Every man on the De Molay
team except two dashed across
home base in the second inning of
the industrial league game last
night against the P. E. P. sluggers
and stowed up a margin sufficient'
to win 13 to 8.
fThe junior Masons were on a
hlfling spree which Merriott, the
P. E. P. star pitcher,: was unable
to control and they corralled six
more runs in , the third inning.
From then on they were held to I
a single hit.
Webb and Hagaman each got a
three base hit. during the fracas.
Score R. H. E.
De Molays .13 10 2
P. E. P. -. 8 5 3
Lineups: P. E. P. Arnold, ss;
Travis, 2b; Merriott, p; Stow, rf;
Teed, c; Seeley, cf; Barnholt, If;
FIagg,Jb; Boytana,.3b. .
De Molay Hagaman. p. Har
ris, ss; II. Adams, lb; Lukes, "3b;
White, 2b; Webb, c; Query, rf;
Minto, cf; Gaines, If. :
WAY FOR WILLS liOUT, CLEAR
NEW YORK. July 5. (AP)-
The state athletic 'commission to
day cleared the way for a 15
round heavyweight match be
tween Harry Wills and Pauliho
Uzcudun aX Ebbets .field. July 13,
by restoring the Spanish Basque
to" good standing.
ffLIER INVOLVED IN SUIT
SAN FRANCISCO, July 5.
Ernest L. Smith, civilian aviator
who was prevented from making
his Oakland-Honolulu flight on
the day the army Fokker started,
faced the possibility of being re-
strained from attempting the hop
again" when 5 Edmund J. Moffett.
hhv former manager, filed suit to
day against him and his backer;
Anthony Parent, forf alleged via
lation of contract. The court i3
to hear the injunction petuiou
Special reduced fare good
on speedy, all-coach trains
every Tuesday and Friday.
ride over the scenicCascade
line in daylight.
Roomy, all-steel coaches.
Room to relax and rest.
Free observation lounge
and open platform. Low
cost menus in diner and
lunch car. v i 5 .
Leave Salem 11 :43 a. m.,
arriving ian , Francisco
K)a..m. Similar serv
from San Francisco
very Wednesday and,.
.turday. . .
Buy round trip tickets at :
this low cost. Good return
ling within 15 days on any
I train carrying coaches.
Go tafely, 9wiftlytand cxtmfort
ably by train; avtime,mcmy
and nervous energy.
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