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- 1BE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON - i
-TUESDAY?MORra September 20,197
f .Jilt 8 TO 3
... ' 1 ' V.
'5bhnnyBeclt'lierf; the Albany
baseball, team-to tnlri . hits and
three runs here Sunday while his
team mates1 batted out I fourteen
hits and made nine of, them count
for a $ to 3' victory for "the Salem
SenatQiNOwCofivf tfmes at the
plate ''Billy Sullivan smashed out
" fWo"dbulles and a pajlr'-of singles.
In the' sixth inning on of his dou
bles ' brought v In tEd w a r d s
arid' Beck; whA. got .on ahead of
him DesfdesJilB own two counters
during thega4ne.":':Red" Rid
dings turned his ankle during
practice Just before the game
started and was relieved byMas
on on third base.
Coleman, pitching for Albany,
kept the Senator's hits 'down to a
maximum of two in an inning un
til, the eighth, when .he blew up
and seven hits and four markers
were tallied against him for an
overwhelming defeat. He struck
out seven Salem batsmen to Becks
o ; ; o
. UNaUonaLleagne J3tanding I
r w. l. Pet.
Pitsburgh 1. 87 54 .617
New York 85 59 .590
St. Louis 84. 59 .587
Chicago C 81 63 .563
Cincinnati L..... 72 .544
Brooklyn .60 82 .423
Boston, 56 87 .392
Philadelphia 48 92 .343
' R. H. E.
Brooklyn .... 3 7 0
j pitsburgh A.:: o 6 o
Vance and . De berry; Hill,
Cyenrgros, and Smith, Gooch.
Robertson and Gibson;
First Session Blank
No scoring was done in the
first Inning although Billy Sulli
van got on first with a single for
his first, time up and McReybolds
for .the Albanians also singled. In
the second frame. JBpps, first man
r. up for Albany,, smashed a . long
f home ran over fhV fence plose o
, the scoreboard for. ther sole run.
Ecker -smashed, ontra two dagger,
-but wag left on 'base 'Awing, i'o the
other three batters being struck
out. In? the Salem, half Jacoberg
er!. singled, went to 'second i- 'on
Mason's one-bagger, gained third
on Edward '8 sacrifice. Beck got
a base on balls and Jacoberger
.registered on Billy Sullivan's
blow to second. .
Albany did not get a hit in the
following three innings while Sal-1
em managed to push across a run
in the third and fifth innings. In
the Salem half Jacoberger singl
ed, went to second on Mason's
one-bagger, gained third on Ed
ward's sacrifice. Beck got a base
on balls and .Jacoberger registered
on Billy Sullivan'a blow to sec
Albany did not get a hit in the
following three innings while Sa
lem .managed to push across a
run in the third and fifth innings.
In the sixth the , visitors were
. again held scoreless but the home
team, after the first two men up
had been struck out, and Edwards
had been walked, nicked Coleman
for the two-baggers in succession
by Beck and Suirjvan respectively
and added two more runs to their
.credit.. ... V '
....... The. .score .. atLthis juncture
stoodlbanyJU. alem 5.
Beck "Eases Up
Jn the 'seventh frame neither
team made a hit. Beck eased np
in the 8th and issued , two bases
on balls and McReynolds connect
ed for a homer, bringing Smith in
ahead of him for the only two
runs of this inniag.
Coleman was unable to get any
thing by the Saleman batsmen in
the home team's half of the eighth
and was clouted' freely. Faust got
to first on a single. Mason flew
out to right field. -Edwards got a
one-bagger. Beck duplicated. Ed-
. ward held first long: enough aft
er' Beck connected td" frustrate
a double Nvr play, 'leaving
j, first and third. Sullivan's single
brought In Faust. A double by Ga-
, brine- scored " Beck and Sullivan.
i Coleman smashed 4ingle -bagger
I . and Gabrino scored . on Steer's
'I blow that put him on the Initial
sack. Jacoberger's fly to left
1-4 Held retired the home team after
, . had garnered seven hits and
, four runs. .The visitors were un
successful in the Sth and coold
not get a mas on., After two men
w were out, Dowling. a pinch-hitte r
ior Coleman, was, struck out.
:-: Crowd Small '
i was apparent from the num
i; ber of empty seats in' both the
bandstand and hlearhara that tho
hm team's battle was noflnspir
ed by the prospective gate recei
jjt P-5. therefore. they must be a pret-
f. ,iy good intle outfit "zsr,:
, rne Senators will play Monta
I villa at the Vaughn street dia-
- mond in Portland next Sunday.
t ii haiem wins they will be the
1927 champions of the Port
1 , lnl City league but if they lose
il they will play here on the. follow-
mg bunday. October 2. ' ' "
W. L. Pet.
New York - 104 42 712
Philadelphia 84 58 .592
Washington 76 66 .535
Detroit 75 67 ,528
Chicago 65 78 .455
Cleveland 62 80 .437
St. Louis . 57 85 .401
Boston -. 47 94 .333
R. H. E.
Cleveland , 14 5
Washington 4 5 1
-tus-siAF) Society is not
waiting for the winter season to
-A . i velvet 'dresses for' evening
(pf-J and afternoon, Velret Is increas-
1 singly Worn at tho roanrtu In V
JKiy worn at the resorts. In the
casinos and resUurauttt. .
Ask" your grocer.
pr favorite - , ; . - -' -
New;. York 10 14
Cincinnati ,...:;..:.. 6 9
Grimes and Taylor, Devormer;
Kolp, Jablonowski, J. May and
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 5 9 0
St. Louis 12 14 2
Sweetland, Decatur, Willough-
by and Wilson, O'Donnell; Frank
house and Snyder.
American League Standings
(Called end 5th, rain).
Uhle and L. Sewell;
TUNNEY'S TRAINING CAMP,
LAKE VILLA, HI., Sept. 19.
(AP)- Gene Tunney's training
aIoves;: huge 16-ounce ' mittens
that have . jabbed and- slammed
thousands of times into iis spar
ring mates' bodies in me past live
months, were laid away in the
heavyweight champion's xing
chest tonight to await the "next
With a chill wind sweeping
through the tiny covered rjng,
Tunney boxed for the last time
today before climbing through
the ropes Thursday night to face
Jack Dempsey's desperate bid to
regain the heavyweight diadem
His body heavily swathed in full
length woolen underwear and a
thick purple sweater. Gene pranc
ed through five rounds against
two snarring nartners after as
saulting both light and heavy bags
for six minutes apiece.
Critics were unanimous that
Tunney, right on the edge of per
fect condition, was more impres
sive today than at any previous
point in . the long grind for' the
champion's first title test since
he clubbed Dempsey into submis
sion at Philadelphia last fall.
Gene boxed with the speed and
skill of a lightweight, punched
eaerly4 with perfect marks
manship, and dazed both Jackie
William and Billy Vidabeck at
times with-sharpness and perfect
ly timed' blows.- Gene was the
master .boxer today, craftily tak
ing advantage of every slip of his
sparring partners to drive home
l.ft hooka to the body and straight
right, crosses to the chin that jar
red both boys -to' the heels.
Chucks Wiggins again was not
called Into action for fear that
his erratic attack might damage
Tunney's right eye lid. split by a
head but ten days ago, and Jurth-
er irritated, by aian irom ww-
ainss glove last Friday.
Tunney swabbed th Injured
eye lid ' wun coitoaion oeiore
tackling the day's grind but tne
safety measure appeared unneces
sary '"Training is over, av least
so far as boxing la concerned,
Tunney said alter nis woraoui
"I never felt better in my lire.
Tt- cool weather just suited me.
My weight is around 183 pounds."
Th - DUblic was r barred from
Tunney's final ring drilL 'J
By Charles W. Dunkley
LINCOLN FIELDS, Crete, 111.,
Sept. 19. (AP) Jack Dempsey,
on edge today for his battle of S3,-.
000,000 with Gene Tunney in Sol
dier field next Thursday night, is
a different from the Dempsey of
a ' year ago, when he lost the
world's heavyweight championship
to Tunney in the raisjuat Philadel
phia, as black is from white.
That, at least, is the verdict of
unbiased observers who have
watched the former world's heavy
weight champion in all his battles
from the time he battered Jess
Willard into a helpless hulk in To
ledo back in 1919, to his knockout
victory over Jack Sharkey, seven
If the present day Dempsey
isn't the same old Dempsey of the
Firpo days, he is so close to the
real article that his admirers can
hardly distinguish the difference.
Some say his victory over Sharkey
caused the change; that it dis
pelled all doubt in his mind as to
whether or not he could come
back, and, having convinced him-
elf that he still carries the old
murderous punch and can stand
up under a punching, is certain he
can destroy the popular belief that
they never come back."
Dempsey is determined to come
back, not half way, but all the way
This afternoon, as he lounged
about his training camp he found
difficulty in keeping still. He gos
siped with his camp attendants,
read a bit from magazines, sat in
a game of cards and then strolled
about the place a picture of a
fighter brim full of nervous energy
and in condition,
i "I know I-am in the very best of
condition: I feel it," Dempsey said.
"When I fought Tunney a year ago
I did not have a fight for three
years. It took that fight and the
one I had with Sharkey to bring
me back. I'll regain the title. I
feel sure of it."
The sign that gives a line on
Dempsey's mental and physical
condition is the return of playful
ness. Time was when Dempsey
would greet one of his -admirers
with, a headlock or a playful poke
in the ribs. His headlock dlsap
peared a year ago when ne was
besieged with lawsuits and other
worries but. since his knockout
victory over,. Sharkey the 'old de
sire to joke by wrapping hfs hairy
armsaround somebody's head and
applying tne pressure has re
Some of Dempsey's, admirers,
and this also goes for unbiased
critics, say that he is 25 per cent
better than when he fought Jack
Sharkey, and at least 50 per cent
better than when he fought Tun.
ney a year ago."
They say and his last workout
was convincing that he is the
same vicious slugger that- he al
ways was. He ia a punishing body
puncher and his drive for the jaw
seems to carry the old load of
dynamite that flattened Wl'lard.
Firpo, Carpentier, Brennafl. .nd
Miske. He has not the burden of
the championship responsibility
which he carried Into the ring
against TUnney the first time, a
load which his -friends say helped
to increase his cares at Phila
delphia., , ., v '
There was no "boxing for Demp
sey today i He finished with? all
work with the . gloves yesterday.
He went on the road fgr five miles
accompanied by Joie Ray, one time
champion miler. After a rubdbwn
Dempsey shook t ban ds" with 2 5 0
school boys from Harvey, s nearby
suburb who visited the camp. V
They came in six bus loads head
ed by Mayor Bruggeman of Har
vey. The boys sat In chairs in
front of the clubhouse and Jack
talked to them for a while advis
ing them to lead a clean life and
avoid the use of tobacco and li
Then he lined up his little visit
ors shaking hands with each one
aB they marched past him. '
Manager Leo P. Flynn said that
Dempsey may decide to go into
"The two greatest down
combinations in the American
league are the Altrock-.
Schacht pair and the St. Louis
Browns. ' j a
Chicago Wednesday night instead
of Thursday to avoid a last min
ute traffic jam.
With three conference games to
be played in Salem this year,
Graduate Manager Sparks, of Wil
lamette university, expects to re
inforce the athletic fund which Is
now sadly depleted.
Linfield. Pacific, and College
of Idaho all will appear on Sweet
land field against the Bearcats.
A double-header with Albany col
lege and Monmouth Normal is al
so scheduled, and there is a bare
possibility that College of the Pa
cific, a California school, will be
University of Washington will
contribute $1,000 to the Willam
ette coffers Oct. 1. This annual
guarantee is a considerable aid
in getting started. Only about
$1500 is set aside by the student
body for athletics annually.
Pasteboards to the games here
will cost SI this year, according
to Sparks. Reesrved seats will
call for an additional charge, not
yet decided upon.
For many years, men
and women everywhere .
hv been using mad
Quick to relieve
CAPITOL DRUG STORK
! Schaef er's I
I Herbal !
- " Special induced fare good in
i peecry.all-cosh trains every '
Sunday, Tufday and Friday. .
Lowost menas in diner and
Trains leave' Salem 11:43 ,.
1 . W, nrrUInir in San .
: 1-Vanciaco 10:30 su m.
T Similar service returning
. from San . Francisco, every f
Monday Wednesday nd
ytrUay- , J
' r- TfTtvfp going on .
t tiict truoi and re- f
tuJ-pipj m ttrf xrrMx carrjlng
- . coafhf. Limit 15 day.
One of the finest CJoughf
I . Syrups made ,
Gives Immediate Relief
1 From Coughing and
i Throat Irritation
Sold Only At
135 No. Commercial St.
Phone 197 ,
Original Yellow Front
Penslar Store 1
' Station .4KXL9.9 iWillHbld High Jinls I
V ; Tuesday, September 20th
Burnett Jewelry 'i Store. Willtf Contribute;
( 'Awards to the Value of JThfee Hundred;
P ancfJEighty Five Dollars Alone. Oth
' r " "ers to Join m) the Historical ? '
lei ; Broadcast
Thc northwest generally arid
all radio fans in f particular
will be interested in the "His
torical Broadcast' i which Jis
planned by Station KXL; of
Portland 1 for the night of
September 20th. -- V
It is announced that high of
ficials will distribute . Valu
able prizes to the listeners
wno saarcsa telegram;
hundred (dollars which is pre
sented by .Burnett Bros.foC
this ' city. This ' ring Is on
sxhibition at the Washington"
street 7 store. Portland.; Irt
addition to' the tins there
win be other rewards total-
inir three5 hundred and fiighty!
five doUars Radio fans will f
want to tune in on "KXL" to.
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DCTORgDrt JDIRECTORS BUZEttORS - DIRECTORS
i SENSATIONAL BAR
GAIN OFFERINGS IN THE
1 . L .1,
Fleisher's jYarn -
FlelshtTS Silverglow and
worsted ln . various color. ,
1 ox. balU. 2c valued wbllo
it lasta ipe pM. "' - -
; . ,Jtla Hot . - - - ,
- Daisy Cloth w;
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27 inches wide.- This ta
the genuine Daisy Cloth
every one l familiar ith
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Every deartrnent joins in this great value-giving event. . Wearing Ap
parel, Shoear,UriderearrHbiiery, Silks, Dress Goods, Blankets very thing for per-
sonal and home use SENSATIONALLY UNDERPRICED for the AHniversary; Sale. It's
the biggest bargain fejst Salem has had in many a day. COME! SHARE in the sayings;;
, r WK RKSERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT . -
QUANTITY ON ALL, ADVERTISED, ITEMS, ., . t ,?i
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XI TT X
Up to $7.00
Womens Pumps, Straps ana
Ties short lines, various styles,
and leathers. Anniversary Sale '
, U. S. Gay tees Galoshes for
women and misses, extra special
for Anniversary Sale $1.98 pair.
PRICE 11 Cfiilrl'sHosft
ASTOUNDING VALUES ! - you must see these attrac
tive dresses to fully appreciate their value. Good de
sirable styles for utility wear. Those who come, early
will, have the advantage of best selection. Values up to
J " Bedy-toWer 8octioa-8econ4 Floor, " ;
Womens $1 Sateen Slips
ONE DAY ONLY at this' price. Right reserved to
limit quantity. Good $1.00 slips of sateen In black and
colors. On sale Wednesday at less than regvflar 7. . oa
cost price ...... 1 ... . J.;, 4 1 . . ,-. .1 . ... v 4. IC
CHILDREN'S DRESSES AT $1.39
Regular $2.20 to $2.49 values at' any, time. Smart
little Pantie Frocks made up in Bordens print. Wash
beautifully. Sizes 2 to $ years. , . .;'
Director's lfin Floor
4 -il I
29c value. Ser
ings for school .
wear.- ' Sizes;
range from, 6
to 10. 'Look
to the kiddles
.Mln Floor .
Baronet Satin 89c f
for slips, dresses and many
other purposes. Full 40 inches
wide. Regular $1.25 valu.:
All desirable colors.
. ... '.iS,.;...'' XUla Floor . - T
famous "Wearwell blankets,
soft, woolly finish. . Size 6 6 '
x . 80 inches. . Regular $f.0S
Values to 9SSO
- Dress Shirts, collar attached
patterns and colors.
on neckband style.,. Neat, stylish.
Men's Felt Hats
the latest Pall styles. Choice
of many different shades. A real
value at this (J nr
-price .............. vJlv
Fancy. Lisle Sox
3 pair $1.00
. large selection of novelty pat
terns and colors. See' these big
values In the 1 AA
sale 39c; 3 pairs for . . :P loUU
enV f Am : SUITS
ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECIAL
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VAI flCCTACOC nAI ' '
v riLtvluw i v ywuiUUl ;
-Single and double" breasted models, for, men and young ,
men suits that represent' the last word In. style. Splendid
high-class tailoring and quality fabrics make these suits
moat remarkable, values; ) Don't' buy ' your new suit until t
you have seen this great Anniversary Sale offering.
.' .. y ''"-yi! ,C -,j i .:
-LSOpNELO; - -
FREE f. tU JL ;: : FREE
8EE THESE ! you'll agree "they" are wonderful 'values '-
at the above price. Fine- tailoring, good fabrics, wanted i
colors.. S3 HAT FREE WITH.EAClt SUIT AT f 10.CJ V
- ' - - : A .--.'- r . ....
irain Basement Sale
-U)NE ; TABLE of Hals for, women,
and children '- VarioQs e kinds,
styles'colors. "Priced for a OC'A '
trtiick'clearaway at -i.LL:.-i &0 C
oaiy, iimiteo. quan
tity -lit thla tot (Jet
., LUSI;AIj VAliUKl ,
013 Glorj" Work
; Shirts39G :
fall cut and well made in every
: way.. Neat striped patterns. Quan
tity limited.- Very Special , n (
for the Anniversary Sale....,: Oh C
i Sample , .
. $1.95 $2.95 ;j .
tt: X93-- $45 ; ;
high top shoes for. rough
jervlce-rr-values. to $8:S0 c at
$ 4.9 5 values to", $i0" at
valued to $4.00 at $2.5
values to $2.49 at $1.95; '
' 1J i.' BtlweBt - '
' Men's CrusKere
Just the -thing for
.; - knockabout service, old
' .as, high. as $335 r.f
. Setter shop early. .10 C
'-Girls : Union ; j-
fleece . lined garment
- for - fall and winter wear,
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These are really Jorth
; 9 8c. . Good range O f --o
, Rayon. Silk Hose
black . and ' good ' tan '.
t shades. Beautlfal .lus-v
trous finish ABi . OQv '
. excellent 75e value ltJC .
5 $1.13 Baskets ;
' good strong baskets In
;the medium 8 lie, flegj
ularjy sold it $1.13 An
v elversarr Sale --u f? Q
. special . . v in O J C j
i.u Amen "anJ -tLil
1 ranjre of elies on
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$$ X '84 Inch Robe Elan
kets in ' bright Indian de
signs. An excellent $3.00
value. '., ' : " . .
v bargain- nr-
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