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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1928
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8 JliTFIELD woks
Outfield candidate! are siring
Manager Leo Edwards of the Sal-
m Senators his principal worry
r.t present, after looking over ths
'-quad la Sunday's Regulars vs.
Yannlgana game at Oxford Park.
vhlch the Regulars, with Johnny
Heck on the mound, won 6 to 0.
Fleury Is the only man appar
ently sure of a berth In the out
field, and the next best bet Is
Lake Olll, who showed up well in
4nndva work on t fihackleman
is a cracking good fielder, and hits j
the ball with a murderous wallop
part of the time, but Edwards Is
wondering whether he wlil prove
dependable la this department.
The game brought out one more
promising infielder in Hughes,
who performed excellently around
second base for the Yannlgans.
The Senator boss will Journey
to Albany tonight to attend a
league meeting at which the clubs'
TO BE ANNOUNCED
as if thC g
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Thi s is an far Newspaper
JP means Truth told interestingly
representatives will adopt a re
vised schedule, and wind up the
arrangements' : for opening the
league season next Sunday.
This Is one game which not be
affected by the schedule revision.
as it waa previously settled that
Eugene would open In Salem on
TRIPLE WIN IBS
The Ideal weather Sunday lured
some 29 members of the Salem
Rod and Gun club to the local
where they defeated their
ihr tirrDh!c ennonents. Ar
lington. La Grande and Toledo, by
shooting out a perfect score. Eight
local gunners turned In perfect
scores, the highest count this reas
on. Beside Bert McKay. J. W.
Lewis and George Viesko. whose
names were wired in to the Ore
gonian, A. L. Funk. C. 8. Browne.
Dr. G. E. Prime. Morris Race, and
Carl Bahlburg turned in perfect
Seven other gun clubs in the
state competing in the Oregonlan's
telegraphic trapshoot shot out
perfect scores, these being Moni
tor Gun club. Needy Gun club,
Echo Gun club. Washington coun
ty Rod and Gun club. Bend Trap
club, Coqullle Gun club and Prine
ville Gun club. Although only
shooting a 73 score, the lieppner
gunners still top the list In com-
netttion with the 23 clubs.
Next Sunday marks the final
round of the telegraphic shoot.
with Salem tied with three other
clubs for third place honors! Af
ter the final score has been turned
in, the shoot off of the ten high
teams competing will be arranged,
which will be held at the Portland
Gun club within the near future.;
Following are the scores of
Salem shooters in yesterday's tele
Jim Lewis . 25
George Viesko .............. .25
Bert McKay .25
A. L. Funk .25
C. S Browne 25
Dr. G. E .Prime ; :25
Morris Race .
Tad Shelton .
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D. K. DeWitte
SATRE. Okla., Apr. 9. (AP)
Peter Gavussl. Southampton. Eng
land, led C. C. Pyle's marathoners
into 8ayre today, but Andrew
Pirne. of Claremore. Okla.. re
tained the lead in elapsed time by
more than an hour ever GavuxsL
Payne finished ninth today in the
22. 1 mile jannt from Texola In
5:02:10. while Gavuiti's time for
the distance was 4:10:20. Gavus
sl is second in elapsed time.
Allen Cnrrler of Rogue River,
Ore., finished today with total
elapsed time of 294:54:22.
Schel's bowlers, representing Sa
lem, handed the En gene All atars
their second defeat in the inter
citr bowling tourney here Sunday.
The Salemltes smashed 2044 pins
to the university city's 2545. Karr
of Salem waa high point man with
207 markers. Both teama will en
ter the northwest tournament to
be held In Portland all next week.
The Central Cigar store and First
National bank fives of this city
will also compete in the tourney.
Schel's team Included by S
Stelnbock. Hemenway, Newton
Karr. and H. Stelnbock. while the
Eugene five consented of Henzler.
Rutherford. Ustlck, Kassmussen
US Ml IKES
Hail! Hail! The Gang'i All Here!
PADDOCK TRAINS FOR OLYMPICS
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.Charley Paddock, California" track star, breaking the Upe InTa
120-yard dash in an attempt to break the wor!4 record for this
distance. Paddock it undergoing hoary training In bis campaign to
represent the U.JSLjn the Olympics.
Yankees Accorded Long
BY ALAN J. GOULD
Associated Press Sports Editor
NEW YORK, April . (AP)
The New York Yankees are the
odds-on favorite in the American
league race that has an advance
and solitary showing tomorrow in
the nation's capital but it a great
season for long shots in the Na
tional league derby.
Seven of the eight clubs in the
older circuit will have at least, a
voice in the debate even if all are
not actually able to carry the ar
gument into the final stages of the
Only the Phillies are dismissed
from calculations that promise
the biggest and most exciting Na
tional league scramble in years.
The Cubs are not the only
worry in sight for the twin favor
ites of the race, the Pirates and
Cardinals. These two are gener
ally picked to be the main con
The guiding hand of Rogers
Hornsby is already apparent in
the progress of the Boston Braves.
Rogers has displayed a genius for
leadership. He brought the Card
inals up in the first division after
a hard fight in 1925, led them to
the pennant in 1926 and had a big
part in the drive of the Giants last
season. lie has diiierent material
to work with this season but his
dynamic presence on the field will
make the Braves a tough team to
Meanwhile the Giants, under
A STANOARO OIL PRODUCT
raea at sight by
iiScutt tfftestko, lndc of coctrai c
try PALUO GLOB
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CO Calhoun St. Battle treea, Mich.
raas bp of Bladder
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the indomitable guidance of Mc
Graw, aeem to overcome much of
the handicap of Hornsby's sudden
departure. If Cohen can plug the
second base gap the club will be
Brooklyn, with as great a pitch
ing staff as any club In either
league and new strength else
where, may be an important factor
in the race. The Robins have a
habit of making themselves con
spicuous every four years and this
is the' year they are due.
As in the National, seven Am
erican league clubs are shooting
at the same mark. The difference
Is that one group is aiming at the
pennant while the other is shoot
ing at the Yankees. The Athletics
seem well equipped to do the most
consistent firing. Connie Mack
has plenty of reserves to replace
any of his veterans who show
signs of weakening. '
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
CorvalHs. April I. (Special.)
If entries for the second annual
Oregon state interscholastic track
and field meet at Corvallis May 12
keep coming in like they have
been the past few days the meet
this year will outshine last year'p
record entry list. Forty high
schools were represented on the
field last year. Already 23 schooU
have signified their intentions oi
entering teams. Of this number
six are new comers.
Here are the schools which have
entered to date: Washington.
Roosevelt, Benson, Jefferson, and
Lincoln, all of Portland; Milwau
kie, Grants Pass. Echo. West
Linn, Culver, Astoria, Bend, Union
Eugene, Mill City, La Grande, For
est Grove. Beaverton, Madras, Sil-
verton. North Bend, Salem, and
Salem won the team champion
ship last year and wae presented
with a large trophy.
POLO TEAM WINS
CHICAGO. April 9. -(AP)
The Illinois Athletic club's water
polo team defeated the Olympic
club of 8an Francisco' 7 to 5, in
the finals of the national A. A. U.
tournament tonight for the right
to represent America "at the
Olympic games this summer. The
Chicago athletic association, con
tending nthat its team ehould
have played in the finals Instead
of the I. A. C, announced it would
protest the victory.
MILWAUKEE, .Wise., Apr. I.
(AP) The unofficial -world's
match bowling championship
changed hands- here this afternoon
when Charlie Daw, recognised
as the tltleholder the last two
yean was beaten by Adolph Carl
son of Chicago, In a 0 game aer
ies. Carlson'a margin was 1 4 pins
A bittern is a bird of the heron
kind, an answered question points
out in Liberty Magaslne.
BEB SEE OAKS
San Francisco 1 .857
Hollywood 5 2 .714
Sacramento -5 2 .714
Los Angeles 4 S -571
Portland : 4 .429
Missions 2 5 .2
Oakland 2 5 .286
Seattle 1 -4S
- . Sanday's Ree.lts
At Los Angeles 5-S. Portland
At Sacramento 0-7, Missions 3
10. At San Francisco 7-5. Seattle 1-
At Oakland 2-7. Hollrwood 2-8.
(First game tie, 11 Innings.)
At Oakland: Oakland 6; Holly
Other teams traveling no games.
OAKLAND. Cal.. Apr. 9. (AP)
Hollywood and Oakland played
off their Sunday morning tie game
today, the Oaks winning C-l when
Bob Hasty held the Stars to seven
scattered hits and fanned as many.
The Oe-ks landed oa Frank Shellen-
back for 10 hits, three of them by
Bratcher, driving in three runs.
Manager Ernie Johnson and bis
Portland Beavers who Play the
Oaks this week, were spectators
today. Score: .
R H E
Hollywood 1 7 2
Oakland 10 0
Shellenback Rhodesard Agnew;
Hasty and Read.
BALL SEASON GETS
IB 1Y IT 01C
OREGON STATE COLLEGE
Corvallis, April 9. (Special)
Oregon State will meet its first op
position. Friday and Saturday
when the Orange baseball team
will meet the nine from Pacific
university, here. Ralph Coleman
baseball coach at Corvallis. is not
too confident over the chances for
a good team this season.
The super-abundance of Oregon
mist has caused Coleman to do
most of the worrying, rather than
the condition of his men. Most o'
the practice has been done in
lbors; the field being good foi
practically nothing but "sliding'
The Oregon State coach has to
recruit a whole new pitching stafJ
this year with all of his veteran
hurlers gone. Barney Hafendeld.
captain and second baseman, ha
jpralned his right knee and wil
New Serve for Star
Betty NuthalL, England'a youth
ful tennis star whose play suffered
last year from an underhand
serve, now is drilling daily on the
court In England in sin attempt
to eliminate this weakness by
adepting the regulation overhand
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probably be on the bench for the
entire season. .
Four lettermen are all that
Coach Coleman has to work with.
ind with the freshman team of
last season practically' devoid of
diamond talent, he is breaking in
nearly all new men.
The orange and black nine will
open the conference season with
ime azainst the University of
Washington at Seattle April 27 and
Willamette plays a double-header
at Corvallis, May 20 and 21.
WASHINGTON. Aor. 9. (AP)
Onenln- the American league's
campaign a day ahead or the other
-ntrlea. Washineton and Boston
will play here tomorrow with Pres
ident Coolldge in the grandstand.
Mr. Coolldare will do the usual toss
ing of the first ball ontejhe field,
timing it at Clarence Owens, urn-
jlre in chief for the opening cere
Vice President Dawes. Speaker
r.nna-wnrth msmhara nf t h A rah-
net and other officials are ezpect
d to be among the spectators for
jart of the game at least, .
Gaston for Wasnington and mrc
Tayden for Boston are the annuon
ed starting pitchers. Bucky Har
ts who hopes to lead his charges
o another pennant and Goose
loslln expect to have recovered
ufficlently from recent injuries
o be at their regular stations. But
me other reeular. Catcher Ruel.
A-ill sit on the bench with a sore
irm while Bennte Tate works be-
lind the bat.
Xearly all of last year's regu
ars except Walter Johnson and
rris Speaker, remain with the
Washington club. Johnson, now
11 here, is manager of the Newark
International club and Soeaker i
with the Philadelphia Athletics.
ATHLETES AT 1. U.
Cold and rainy weather has ser
iously handicapped the training
and conditioning of the Willam
ette) track sauad this season, al
though they did manage to get
out between showera the last
thre weeks. During the last few
davs of Ideal weather conditions
Coach Lestle Sparks has had his
entire squad out for daily work
outs, getting his men in trim for
the meeta which will be held In
the near future.
Last nicht the distance men and
those out for field events went
through strenuous workouts, with
Coach Sparks hurrylnng from one
to the other giving instructions
and pointing out their various
weaknesses. From all indications
htr nrartlce will again .fee Inter-
mnted hv the showers which visit
ed this vicinity last night, which
will give them very little time in
which to condition for the north
Raeba.ll acnlranta have also for
the firet time this season been able
to have outdoor practice. For the
past six weeks they havo been
nrkin nut In the symnaslum as
good as possible, although this did
not give them the training the
ontslde practice would have ac
complished. Rain may also halt
this for another few days.
The first lime this season tor
the Bearcats Is only little over a
week away, when they meet the
Lin field nine at McMinnvllle,
April 17. This means that both
teams will enter competition with
eat any training at all to speak
of, unless the weather takes a sud
GIVES FIRPO K. O.
astoria. Anr. 9: (AP) Roy
Gift, Astoria welterweight, kayoed
Tonng Flrpo of Boise, Idaho, In
tho fourth round of a scheduled
eight round boot here tonight. The
rr was oromoted by tho Astoria
boxing commission. Bill Allen, La
Oranda welter, sained a decision
over Ray Wheeler, Longvlew, In
their eight round og. .
WINS GOLF TITLE
' VANCOUVER, 8. C, Apr. t.
(AP) Tom McHugh, SeatUe, de
feated Bon 8telnv also of Seattle,
In tho final for tho British Coldm-
bla amateur golf title at the mar-v
lne drive course hero today, one
up. -' - ' " ' . .Ufi
Sometimes -the office, seekins
the man. hao difficulty making Its
way around among tho camdldates
Toledo Blade. ." ' ' ' -v
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Charley Fulton, formsr Mobile
pitching Btar, who later went "up,"
has to live this one down:
Mobile won the Southern league
pennant in 1922, and met Ft. ,
Worth, Texas league pennant win
ners, in the Dixie world's series
that fall. The first game wa
staged at Ft.. Worth. Fulton waa
selected to pitch.
Oh, what they did to Charley!'
The final soore wus 9 to 0. The
Mobile outfielders had sore feet
for a week charing the line drives
and flies t hat dropped over tho
Sheridan was hatting with Ful
ton in the hotel lobby after the
game when one of the Mobile tuns
approached the pitcher and asked
"What was the trouble today,
"I guess the park wasn't big
enough," replied the pitcher.
It la now permtasable for the
fond mother to hope that If little
Jimmy cannot be president be
may address the multitude as a
radio announcer. Boston Tran
script. OPEN NOSTRILS I END 1
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