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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23. 1027
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LAST LEAGUE GAME PEPPY CANDIDATES
TODAY AT PORTLAND GET SUBSCRIPTIONS
Wedding Bells" Edwards will RpoHpr Intprpst Inm-RasfiS flS
eaa bis Salem senators 10 r-on
and today for the deciding game
hi the Portland City league season
the last game if Salem wins.
iTutavllla Is Salem's opponent,
lid the rame will be at thf
ffiughn street park at 2:30.
But if it doesn't, then there'll
le a game with the Wood me n-
kinlens it is forfeited, and if that's
Won, a play-off with Montavilla;
hnd in any case, if Salem loses the
the Season Advances
HONOR ROI,Ii TODAY
(By Radio Content Kriitor)
Everything is going again after
Mcond half title, there should be a couple of days lull due to school
play-off for the season title, as starting. we are glad to see the
Kalem won the first half. That wonaerrui showing maae hy most
Would brin the "-seasoE. close of the candidates who are working
bretty well along in the fall. There are a number of new boys
But if Salem does win, then coming to the top who may score
there'll be a big game here next high in the final count. October
Sunday to wind up the season! '2nd.
bright. An all-professional team, I This is the best time of the year
Waded by Ike Wolfer and made up I for getting subscriptions, for ev-
of players from leagues which eryone is back from Tacation and
have suspended for the year, is ready to settle down for the winter
s neauiea to come. ana. naturally, the first tnmg eacn
The Salem team will be back at one thinks of is his paper. Being
maximum strength today, with 1 a morning paper, we carry the eve
Jerry Goleman back in the lineup Ining sports, and any one that-is
and Art Parker at' shortstop in I
rase "Red" Ridings is unable to
interested in sports wants a morn
ing paper. So, go tell your friends
about the contest and they will be
glad to have the paper and at the
same time help you win a wonder
George Self is back to work
after a few days vacation, and if
PORTLAND, Sept. 24. (AP)
Salem and Montavilla are sched
uled to clash at 2?r30 o'clock Sun
day afternoon on the Vaughn
street grounds In what may prove! the writer is not mistaken he will
to be the championship game of be a radio winner on the score
the City league, v board In the latter part of October
It is the last game on the regu- Rodney Hardman is scratching
lar schedule of the circuit and if I his head for new and renewal sub-
the boys from the Capitol City scriptions and, no doubt, will be
Journey back to their home Sun-1 found out on Route 3, Salem, talk
day night with victory, they will ling to his many friends about the
carry the league pennant with I contest and also inviting them up
Considerable Interest is being
displayed in the game for that rea
son. At present the Senators are
perched on top of the league
standings and another victory will
give them the second half title In
addition to the first.
Montavilla has lost only one
game, that to Salem. If the Pi
rates win Sunday, it will be neces
sary for Salem to play off and win
a postponed contest with the
to enjoy a radio concert next
month at his home
Robert Stalling is working
mighty hard, and his efforts are
not in vain. I saw him coming
into the office today with a big
smile on his face, so I took from
that, his friends are behind him
It will be a long time before you
see such wonderful prizes as these
given away absolutely free to the
boys who deserve them, and so
make this your goal and don't be
Woodmen of the World nine to get j80rry after it is all over and some
on an even footing with the locals.
In that event a play-off series
between the two teams would be
necessary. Montavilla will have to
hustle if it expects to take the vis
itors into camp. Salem has played
a brand of ball that wins pennants
during the entire season.
American League Standings
other boy is tuning in on the var
lous stations and telling you bow
easy it was to get subscriptions to
In the race for the camera, the
special prize this week, is a close
one so far, and accordingly it will
require very close checking of re
turns to determine the winner.
Announcement of the winner will
be made in Tuesday's paper.
Athletic Commission Not
To Reverse Fight Referee
CHICAGO. Sept. 24. (AP)
John O. Rlghelmer, chairman of
the Illinois state athletic com
mission today closed the door to
any appeal that Jack Dempsey
might file demanding a reversal
of the decision in his world's
heavyweight championship match
with Gene Tunney.
The decision unanimously rend
ered by Dave Barry, referee, and
the two Judges before Lytton. mil
lionaire Chicago merchant, and
Sheldon Clark, president of the
Sinclair Refining company, stands,
and the state commission will give
no consideration to an appeal for
reversal. Chairman Righeimer
The commission made it clear
that it would give either Dempsey
or his manager, Leo P. Flynn, a
hearing at any time on any score
but the boxing authorities also
made it equally clear that the
commission has no idea of re
versing the verdict given in the
ring at Soldier field last Thurs
Flynn said he Intended pushing
the issue despite the ruling of the
commission and would present a
communication signed by Dempsey
as requested by Chairman Rig
heimer, when Righeimer told him
yesterday that tFlynn was not
recognized by the commission as
The athletic commission issued
the following statement:
"As far as the commission was
concerned, the boat was conducted
in accordance with the law and
the rules promulgated by the com
mission together with instructions
to the referee and the timekeeper
before the bout. These instruc
tions were given to the managers
and the contestants in the ring
before the bout started.
"Therefore, the decision as
rendered will stand and this com
mission wil not consider a rever
GIANTS TAKE CLOSE
sal of the decision."
Before departing for Cleveland
tonight to spend two or three days
with friends, Tunney declared that
If there was any dispute over the
result of the fight as to his win
ning it honestly and decisively, he
would be glad to meet Dempsey
again, but doubted if the public
wanted to see a third match be
Tunney said Dempsey violated
the rules of boxing by hitting him
three foul punches in- the third
round and clubbing him over the
back of the head repeatedly with
The champion exhibited a black
and blue spot in his groin five
inches in diameter, where, he said.
Dempsey landed low left hooks.
The "evidence of the foul indicated
that the blows were delivered
eight inches below the belt line.
Tunney did not say that Dempsey
delivered them deliberately, but
said that Referee Barry cautioned
Dempsey to keep his punches up.
"I dn't know whether Jack
tried to foul me or not," Tunney
said, "but you can see for your
self that I was hit low. It is quite
possible that the fouls, were acci
dents, as anything is liable to hap
pen in the heat of a battle like
Tunney said that Dempsey de
liberately quit in the seventh
round, after Tunney got up off
the floor of the ring after that
knockdown, and started circling
"After he saw me on my feet
again, and I cracked him a couple
of hard rights on the head, all the
fight was taken out of him," Tun
I began circling to get a square
shot at him. Some folks were
mean enough to say that I was
running away. I had to stop his
rushes and remember, I knew and
still know that Jack can hit."
National League Standings
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburgh 89 58 .605
New York 88 60 .595
St. Louis 87 60 .592
Chicago 85 63 .574
Cincinnati 72' 74 .493
Brooklyn 63"" 87 .4 20
Boston . ., 57 90" .398
Philadelphia 48 96 .333
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 24 (AP)
Carrying on in face of , seem
ingly unsurmountable odds, the
New York Giants Installed them
selves Into the thick of the Na
tional league championship race
today a game and one-half from
first place by defeating the lead
ing Pirates by 3 to 1. before 35.
It was the closing fray of the
Giants' western trip and consid
ered as one of the most crucial
for a slip by New York would :
have relegated the club's hopes
of a pennant to the remotest fig
, R. H. E.
New York ........... 3 8 0
Pittsburgh "... 1 5 1
Barnes. Fitzslmmons and Tay
lor, Devormer; Meadows and
ST. LOUIS. Spt- 24. (AP).
The St. Louis Cardinals touched
Ft. Smith for 11 hits and took the
third of a five' game series with
the Boston Braves here today 4
to 3. ,
R. H E.
Boston . 3 8 2
St Louis 4 11 1
R. Smith and Gibson; Frank
heuse and Schulte.
First Game: R. II. E.
Brooklyn 0- ! 1
Cincinnati 1 8 0
Vance and Deberry; Kolp and
Second flame: R. H. E.
Brooklyn 5 14 4
Cincinnati ....... . 3 6 1
McWeeny, Clark and Henline;
Jabkmowski and Picnich. , -
Montant State' Completes
5 Passes Out of 5 Tries
BOZEMAN. Mont.. Sept. 24.
(AP). Montana- State college.
exhibiting a powerful backfield. are
beat North PaXotaS) ate college
22 to 0 here this, afternoon In the
first football game of the season.
The Bobcat second! string-carried
the attack - and piled" op yardate '
In the other three quarters but
did not have the punch to put the
ball over the line; . The Montana
offensive was" featured by Gard
ner's recovery-of a punt and his
62 yard run for a touchdown in
the first quarter. -The Bobcats
tried five passes without a fall-
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STATESMAN BADIO CONTEST
LIST Or CANDIDATES
SEPT. 2i, 1927
Howard Adams. R. 2. Box SO
Vern .Adams. 23 8. 18
Dale Aerhart. 517 Oapitol
James Brill. 1640 Norway ...
J.ok Birlry, 1165 X. 4th
Walter Bodyfelt. R. 4. B. 134
Homer Brown, 2205 Laurel..
Donald Cannon, K. 4. Box 124
Geo. Ciaaey, 1016 N. 20th....
Jack Clark. Monmouth, Or
Kenneth Coffey. IS 55 Marion
Robert Connell. 975 Front.
West Salem 117,4.10
J. McUvwoihI, Auto Park .. 87.450
Alfred Downs, 880 N. 21st 92.225
Warren Kisenbrandt, R. 2,
Box 90 5.025
Albert Elder. Monmmith. Ore. 71 025
Howard Klliott. 1444 Center 117.HX)
Walter Kfplin. R. H. B. 143. ... 5.000
Ralph Kvre, 870 X. 17th 136.850
Clarence' Fast, 1330 D 101.200
Alfred French. Route 4 66.025
Mitts Bernit Godsey. 375 N.
Lawrence Almont Grimes. 1353
. 12th 106.250
Bert Halseth. 1595 Lee 103.(00
Knnia Hannon. 507 X. 20th .... 5,000
Wilbur Harmes. 1910 X. Sum.
Dan Hamilton, 809 X. 21st.. 41.850
Rodney Hardman. 614 S. 21st 116,700
John Baug-en, Route 2, Wood
burn, Oregon 96.275
Ronald Hewitt, 1311 X. 4th .... 120,450
Walter Kieper, 1840 Saginaw 106,475
Kdgar King. 625 Hood 5.O0O
Kenneth Lewis. 1429 Lee 1 32.400
Robert Long. 2060 X. Cottage 113.325
Floyd Msddy. 1369 S. 13th 101.120
Lyman Martin. Irt.'iO X Winter 61.225
Maurice Merver. 1565 N. 19th 5.000
Byron Menis. 2995 D 124.25(1
Leon Mickenham. 1295 S.
Herbert Morley. 795 X. 17th 13A.025
Mare Morford, 1715, N.
Church 135. 350"
Robert Pickens, 865 X. 17tli 107,425
Willvs Pearcey 2156 South
Johnnie errine. 1096 X. 17.... 137.250
Harold Persey, 1315 Shipping 59,000
Mildred Peters, R. 1. Sublim
it v. Oregon 106,250
Henry Query. R. 3. B. 24 7 .. 5.000
Ronald Rasmussen. 1309 Wal
Robert Rainmage. 613 Market 78.40O
Frank Ridout, R. 1. Inde
Marie RxithweiW. R. 4. Box
George Self, 870 X. Liberty ... 137.925
Jim Sehon. 1645 Mission ... 38.200
Mason Shutt. 701 X. 14th 106.075
Robert Skewis. 1097 Center.. 110,400
Eldon Slavens, 1098 Thomp
Robert S. Stalling. 1140 X.
Paul Toews. 275 X. 20 08.750
Sidney Van Lydegraf, 1225 S.
Summer - 115,300
Kalman Vadney, 431 8. Cot
Lorine M. Walling, R. 1, Bx.
Sorine M. Walking, R. F. D.
1, Box 258 , 44,400
Rdmund Weisner. 1072 T'nion 1 "7,575
Maxwell White, 1010 Oak ... 136,125
Walter Wier.s, 1431 N. Cot
Chester L. Wiltse, Independ
ence. Orejron 109,250
Who remembers the old-fashioned
girl who got vaccinated on
the calf of her leg so that It
Second earn a Tt Vt V.
(Philadelphia ..S 6 0
Buckeye and Hyatt: Cantrell
Score: R H El
Chicago 0 6 0
Boston 3 7 1
Lyons and Schalk, Crouse; Rus
sell and Moore.
Detroit . o 3 2
New York 6 14 0
Stoner, Smith and Woodall;
Pipgras and Bengough.
St. Louis 2 5 4
Washington 5 6 2
. Oaston and Schang; Hadley and
Coast League Standings f
Sacramento . ,
J f Mission
. 96 ' 85
. 92 84
. 83 104
. 78 109
Nelson and Brenzel; Canfield,
Flynn and Alloway.
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STANFORD STADIUM, Sept.
.4. (AP). Stanfard emerged
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