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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 5. 1928
Gordon Beats Bayes Decisivelyin Hard Battle
HUB Mb LVtKY Portland Beavers Come
RfllllWHFTFR 9Nn Back Winning Game 11-10
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Sailor Willie Gordon. 125
pounds, of Seattle, optrating two
living sledge hammers which were
in motion at all times, won a de-
cision OTer Phil Bayes, 126 pounds'
of Salem in a 10 round main event!
bout in the local armory last night.
Beginning with the third round
the fight was Gordon's, who at
that point opened up with hard
rights and lefts to Bayes' head and
body, which left him pretty well
battered up at the finish. The first
two rounds were even, with Wil
lie taking the other eight derisive
ly. Ie was not until the sixth round
that Bayes landed his first good
blow on the Sailor, a left to the
body. The fight was featured by
many clinches, especially during
the last rounds, which slowedthe
During the first two rounds
both danced about the arena, do
ing little damage. In the third
round Gordon rushed from his
corner and let loose several short
blows to Bayes' head anfr body
which didn't do bira any good, and
at the end of the round, the red
was beginning to show on Hayes
In the fourth Bayes met a hard
right to the head which nearly
whirled hlmout o f the ring. This
round was featured by more and
more clinching with the crowd
booing, the Seattle battler mean
while continually scoring hard
lights and lefts to Phil's bodv and
The fifth and sixth ended in
about the same way with Phil tak
ing a severe punishment, but still
standing up and landing a light
right or left now and then but do
ing little damage. In the seventh
round the sailor handed Raves a
hard right to the head which open
ed his right eye.
The eighth and ninth rounds
found them still going at the same
gait, Willie handing and Phil on
the receiving end. taking them one
The tenth round opened with
both landing shorts to the head
and body and it looked as though
Bayes was beginning to upen up.
but they were soon locked In an
other clinch which led them back
to the same old grind. At the fin
ish Bays was a pretty sore boy.
battered over every inch above the
belt, with blood smeared over his
lat-e ana body.
Considering the stormy weather,
a fairly good crowd attended the
bout. Everyone went home satis
fied that the Seattle knuckle
swinger was under tht condition
the superior boxer of which many
had been in doubt since their last
In the curtain raiser, Harry
Savage of Albany and Young Hick
man of Salem fought a draw in one
of tho toughest encounters of the
Kddy Graham of Salem fought
til real eh.i ni ninna !i 1 m sit ti u-fi.
a tet-hnical knockout .t. r the bat
tling Whistle of-Kugeno in the
tei-ond round of tl.eir four round
encounter. Whistle hit the canvas
three times in the first round and
once in the second. Whistle was
one of the gamest fighurs ever to
appear in this city, taking much
Harold Lloyd, commonly known
an Buzz Kumley of Eugene won a
referee's decision over Pete Wil
krt of Salem in the four round
In a slugging match from start
to finish. Kileen o Independence
won a decision over Koy Jacobs
in their struggle. Hoth put up -a
wonderful battle, each receiving
his share of punches, but Jacobs
weakened in the last round. Both
were 145 pound fighters.
W. L. Pet.
San Francisco ....2 0 1.000
Hollywood 2 0 1.000
Sacramento 2 0 1.000
Protland 1 1 .500
Los Angekii 1 1 .500
Oakland 0 2 .000
Missions 0 2 .000
Seattle ....0 2 .000
Hollywood a 4 to S win OTer Oak
land. Shelienback held the Oaks
to five hits while Boehler and
Gould helped the Stars to win
through wildness and failure to
prevent hits In the pinches.
R H E
Hollywood 4 7 o
Oakland .3 5 0
Shelienback and Bassler. Boeh-
jler, Gould, Craghead and Read,
At Los Angeles: Portland 11;
Los Angeles 10.
At Sacramento: Sacramento
11: Missions 3.
At Oakland: Hollywood 4;
At San Francisco: San Francis
co 3; Seattle 2.
LOS ANGELES. Apr. 4. AP
The Portland Beavers evened up
the series with Loh Angeles today
by taking a free hitting contest
11 to 10. The Beavers started off
with six runs in the first Inning
but the Angels kept slugging
away, driving two Portland pitch
ers from the mound.
The hitting of Sigafoos. who
drove in four Portland run. with
two doubles and a single featured
Portland 11 13
Los Angeles 10 11
Ponder, French. Tomlin
Sac Crush Missions
SACRAMENTO. Apr. 4. (AP)
Hammering the usually wily
Bill Hughes, t wirier for the Mis
sions, and Holllng who relieved
him. for a total of IS hits Includ
ing homers by Monroe and Mc
Laughlin and doubles by French.
jOeborne and Koehler. the Sacra
Imento Solons took their second
I straight game today from Bill Mc
Carthy's Missions by a score of 11
R H E
Missions 3 0 2
Sacramento ;.ll 13 0
Hughes. Holllng and Baldwin;
Vinci and Koehler.
Ainsmith; Cunningham. Peters.
Gable. Gardner and Sandberg.
OAKLAND. Apr. 4. (AP)
Pat McNulty's double with the
bases full in the seventh Inning to
day netted three runs and gave
Seattle Whipped Again
SAN FRANCISCO. Apr. 4.
(AP) The Seals made it two
straight over Seattle by winning
today's game, 3-2. the same score
as yesterday. Oliver, Mitchell left
handed the visitors Into submis
sion and for the flm six innings
did not allow a run and only two
hits. San Francisco nicked Gra
Graham for 11 hits.
R H I
Seattle 2 1
San Francisco 3 11 J
Graham and BorreanI; Mitchell
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held la this city last sunaay wun
the various clubs of the state com
peting. Clubs represented were
Portland, Corvallis, Albany, Ly
oni. Aumsrllle and Salem. Some
50 persona attended. Thirty-one
of these registered to ompete in
An Interesting feature of the
shoot waa the organization of a
state archery association, which Is
is believed will promote more In
terest In the sport throughout the
state. This shoot was sponsored by
the Salem American legion Arch
ery club. Officers elected were Dr.
C-ti?v of Portland, president;
Lyle B. Dunsmoor of Salem, vice
president: J. E. Davis of Alsea.
secretary and treasurer- The next
ahoot will be held In Corvallis
April 29. Anyone Interested in ar-
cnery is invited to attend.
Winners of men's event. Dou
ble American and Wand shooting
O. E. Palzajeer, Salem 22 95 2
O. T K
Harold Jowel, Portland 21 1128
George Blogent, Portland 18 1027
F. J. Becker. Portland 21 1011
H. Proughty. Portland 13 1006
H. Osgood, Portland 19 959
B. C. Thompson. Corvallis 13
Junior Eevent Col. round:
O. Bat nailer. Corvallis -W.
J. Kennedy. Albany
Women's event. Col round:
Alice Hawthorne, Salem 5
Effie Hobson, Salem 2
Mayor Walker of New York is
going to Florida, eo he says, for
a real rest. How Is he going to
keep away from the hungry real
PORTLAND. Apr. f-iAI'l-
Ted Thye. Portland, wrestler, de
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bus, Ohio, in two consecutive falls
In a main event here tonight. Thye
won the first fall In 37 minutes 7
seconds, throwing Kauffman with
such force that the Ohio grappler
was aazea. in bis groggy condi
tion Kauffman offered little re
sistance to a wrist loik and went
down for the second fall in less
than one minute. They are both
TALK SLIP MADtGAN
AS DIM MENTOR
EUGENE, Apr. 4TAP)
Word that Ed Madigan. football
roach at St. Mary's, is being con
sidered for the coaching position
of the University of Oregon is
"news" to Virgil Earl, athlttic di
rector at Oregon, he said tonight
when told of the reports from Cal
ifornia. Madigan mas approached
three years ago before Captain
John J. McEwan, present coach,
was employed. Captain McEwan's
contract has two years still to run.
Jack Benefiel, graduate manag
er, waa out of town tonight and
could-not be reached. Coach Mc
Ewan had beard nothing of the
matter. - r;!
jack- Benefiel. graduate mana
ger, denied that he had - offered
Madigan a position as coach.
Coach McEwan had heard nothing
of the matter.
Benefiel aald he had talked
with Madigan before Captain Mc
Ewan waa aigned In 1921. At that
time he aald, be did not make an
offer to the St. Mary 'a eoach but
only discussed the situation Infor-
,n'iy"haTe not talked to Madigan
for threa yeara." Benefiel declar
f have never approached
blm with an offer, to eoach at the j
university. We have a coach now
on a five year contract and there
is no reason to the rumors that
Madigan has been approached."
OAKLAND. Cal.. Apr. 4. ( AP)
While friends and associates ex-
oect him to stay on the Job. per
latent reports have been heard in
oral sport circles that Ed "Slip"
vfadigan. athletic coach at St.
Mary's college may take over the
football leadership at the Lnlver
!ty of Oregon before long. -Madigan's
contract expired Mon
Jav and since then his name has
been linked by gossip with ' the
Oregon coaching berth. It is un
derstood that Jack Benefiel. grad
uate manager at Oregon, discussed
the proposition with Madigan last
ear but that the latter placed
uich a high figure upon his ser
vices the matter was dropped.
Young in years but old in ex
:-rience. .Madigan has made a
,'reat name for himself atSt.
Mary's especially by victories in
.ecent years over the two big uni
versities California and Stanford.
tJn the present subject, Madigan
is silent and so far has even de
clined to deny or confirm reports
.hat he has been approached with
ffers. It is known however, that
ome Oregon alumni are greatly
inxious to have him take over the
oaching reins. At St. Mary's the
.eeling is that he will come to
erms to renew his contract next
YANKEE NET STARS
TO PLAY in MEXICO
RICHMOND. Va.. Apl. 4.
i AP)--Bobby Cruickshank, Pur
chase, N. V.. pro. rned in a 70
;oday for the second 18 hole play
to lead the field In the Richmond
open tournament with a total ol
142 strokes for the 36 holes. Wild
Bill Mehlhorn's 69 today gave 'the
Pittsburgh pro a total of 143 fo.
the 36 holes and placed him sec
ond, three strokes ahead of thin
Clarence Hackney of Atlantic Citj
Anthony Long of Mount Vernon
another pro. who tied for third
VEGA. Texas. Apl. 4 (AP)
Completing the trek across Ne
Mexico, the cross country foot rac
ers entered the Panhandle of Tex
as today, led by Peter Gavuzzi
Southampton, England, who was
the first to reach Vega by dint o'
stepping the 37.3 miles strech
from Glen Rio. N. M.. In 5:14:10
Only 20 seconds behind the har
dy English runner was Olli Want
tinen, New York. Arne Soumlnen
Detroit, leader in the derby on the
basis of elapsed time, was thin'
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CHICAGO. Apr. 4. (AP)
The "human fish," Johnny Welss
muller of the Illinois Athletic club
retained his 100 yard free style
indoor swimming title at the na
tional a: A. U. championships to
night, defeating his nearest rival.
Walter Laufer of the Lek Shore
A. C... Chicago, by two yards. His
time was :50.8. one second slow
er than his record.
Paul Samson, also of the I. A.
., was luiru iuu ucvr(C nvjai; ui
the New York boys club was
Weissmuller and Laufer fought
kn even terms for the first three
laps but Johnny's superior stroke
pulled him to victory In the final
AGREES -TO SIGN
CHICACO. Apr. 4. (AP)
Jack Kearns. manager of Mickey
Walker, came to terms with Jim
Mullen today for the world's mid
dleweight champion to engage Ace
Hudkins in a title contest here
luly 19. Kearns and Walker eft
for New York where' Kearns' suit
against .Jack Dempsey comes up
in federal court Anrll IS.
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