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f ; THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM; OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 11. 1928
Major Baseball Leagues Open 1928 Season
WILL BREAK LOOSE
By ALAN J. GOCLD
Aaeodated Frees 8 port t Editor
The great American baseball
Jamboree, with all Its accompany
Ing fanfare and flag railing.
cheers and Jeers, base hits and
fumbles, burst- out today along
the entire major league front after
a preliminary flourish in Wasn
With more cheerful weather
than that marking the opening
rimi and ceremonies in the na
tion's capital, fandom may turn
out in excess of 250.000 for the
eight Inaugural affairs this after
noon and shatter all major league
records. It will be attracted by
curiosity. In the American league
to see whether It Is all true about
the Yankees slipping or whether
the other clubs hare a chance, and
In the National league by interest
at the start of the greatest free-
for-all that ancient circuit has
ever had In prospect.
The biggest Jam is expected at
the Polo around where close to
65.000 will turn out to see Rogers
Hornsbr lead the Boston Braves
Into the den of the New York
Giants and test the results of the
, greatest trade of the off-eeasou.
Chief interest however, will fo
cus upon the battles that bring to
gether in ach league the two
cluba generally picked to stage the
main go of the pennant campaigns.
In these the Pittsburgh Pirates.
National league champions, will
invade the grounds of their pow
erful rivals. St. Louis Cards, while
the world champion Yankes pry
off the lid with the colorful Ath
letlcs at Philadelphia.
The last minute scrambling of
the dope has not shaken up the
pennant prospects except perhaps
to ballyhoo the Idea that the cni
rago Cubs will spring an upset In
the National league.
Briefly, here's how the clubs
Fixe up on the eve of battle:
Pirates: Second base plugged
by Sparky Adams and the Waners
ready to put on a bigger and bet
ter art. Pitching staff lacke good
outhnaw but strong enough If
Grimes. Kremer. Hill. Meadowa
the veterans, come through.
Cardinals Great pitching staff
with old Pete Alexander as good
Cubs Infield only outstanding
weakness but team as good a pen
nant prospect as any if It is only
half as good as the outfield.
Giants Chances depend on how
well Cohen fills Hornsby's shoes
at second base. Rest of infield
first class, catching and outfield
Bravee Fired with spirit of '14
by addition of Ilornsby and Bell
to infield. Pitching staff has big
Reds One of greatest second
packers in game, Critz, and good
Kobins Greatest pitching staff
in either league, led by Vance and
Petty. Infield' still weak despite
steadying Influence of Bancroft.
Phillies Unanimous choice for
Yankees Same band of mur
derous maulers, same seasoned in
ner and miter defense.
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the last three years.
Red Sox Beat
WASHINGTON. Apr. 10. ( AP
While 20.000 fans shivered un
der chilly eastern blasts. President
Coolidge inaugurated the 128
rAmerlcan league baseball season
here today by tossing out the first
ball. Then the Boston Red Sox pro
ceeded to defeat the Washington
Athletic Brains plus and plen
ty of reserve strength available If
the aging legs of Cobb. Speaker
and others slow up the machine
too much. Great pitching pros
pects. Senators Excellent defense,
helped by Sialer's bat
pitching uncertainties. Question
marks at short and centerfleld.
Tigers Powerful attack, re
vamped and strengthened Infield.
White Sox 1927 model of the
old "hit less wonders." Flashy de-
fenee with $123,000 cog in Bill
Indians rProspect of doing bet
ter than last year.
Browns Almost an entire new
cast but act not Improved enough
to escape depths.
Red Sox In same class with
Senators, 7 to 5 in a somewhat
Mslless game. -
There were the usual opening for
malities. Including the flag rais
ing, the marching of bands and the
reception to the president, who
Mood bareheaded as the army band
played the Star Spangled Banner.
The chief executive's toss of a
new ball from his box in the
grandstand proved somewhat wide
but Umpire Owens saved him from
a wild pitch by making a lunging
one handed catch. Mr. Coolidge re
mained only during the first Inn
ing, returning then to the White
He' was bundled up in a great
coat but unlike hundreds of the
spectators he was not fortified
with blankets about his knees and
Milton Gaston, a recent acquisi
tion from the St. Louis Browns
was the starting pitcher for Wash
ington, a role so long held by one
of the greatest of the masters.
Walter Johnson, now 111 1 n
a sanitarium here following an at
tack of Influenza.
After getting away to a bad
first inning when the Senators
scored three runs on one hit, Mac-
Fayden finished out the string for
Boston, holding the Senators to
Joe Judge, veteran first base
man who Is contesting with George
Sister, formerly of the St. Louis
Browns, responded to a large f lor
al horseshoe gift from friends In
the Cosmopolitan club by turning
in several nifty bits of fielding and
hammering out four successive
hits, three singles and a double.
and scoring one run.
Boston 031 000 300-7 ;'9;1
Washington 301 000 010-5;6;0
MacFayden and Hoffman: Gas
ton and Tate.
TEAM WINS TITLE
in a gvau mx. m jy a a v
(AP) The Montreal Maroons,
champions of the International
1IAVTD IT AT rim. Aw.m 1A.
group of the National Hockey lea
gue, blanked the New York Ran
gers. standard bearers of the
American dlviaion In the third
game of the Stanley cup series to
night, two goals to nothing. The
victory put the Maroons in front
In the series by two to one.
A centaur la a fabled monster,
part man and part horse, accord
ing to an answered question In
Br VALLEY LEAGUE
ALBANY, Ore.. Apr. 10. (Spe
cial) Schedule difficulties of the
Willamette valley baseball league
were finally settled at tonight's
league meeting, and all details
were completed for the opening of
the league season next Sunday
with Eugene playing at Salem, Al
bany at Bend and Cottage Grove
Business Manager Frank Gra
ham of the Eugene team announ
ced that Eugene's lineup for the
game at Salem had been selected
by Billy Reinhart, team manager,
Bites, catcher: Burton or Bish
op, pitcher; HubbarS, first base,
Wirth. second base; Brauner.
shortstop; Van Dyne, third base;
Sorsby. left field; Manerud, cen
ter field; Terrill or F. Reinhart,
Following is the season sched
ule as finally adopted:
April 15. Eugene at Salem, Al
bany at Bend, Cottage Grove at
April 22, Bend at Eugene, Salem
at Albany, Wendiing at Cottage
April 29, Wendiing at Salem.
Cottage Grove at Bend, Albany at
May 6, Eugene at Wendiing,
Bend at Albany, Salem at Cottage
May 13, Bend at Salem. Albany
at Wendiing, Cottage Grove at Eu
gene. May 20, Wendiing at Bend, Sa
lem at Eugene, Cottage Grove at
May 27, Eugene at Bend, Salem
at Wendiing, Albany at Cottage
June 3, Albany at Salem. Wend
iing at Eugene, Bend at Cottage
June 10, Cottage Grove at Sa
lem. Bend at Wendiing, Eugene at
June 17, Salem at Bend, Wend
iing at Albany, Eugene at Cottage
Umpires for the opening games
were assigned by President Georre
J. Wilhelm as follows:
At Salem, Walter Smith of Cot
tage Grove and Chet Laird of Sa
At Bend, A. G. Senders of Al
bany and Emerson s. Riach of
At Wendiing. Shy Huntington
of Eugene and C. R. Wicks of
Alternate umpires for the sea
son were appointed as follows:
Salem. A. R. Mason: Albanv.
Harry Bray; Eugene. Jim Lawson:
Cottage Grove, W. H. Cochran;
wenaung, n. a. Chaffee.
DELEGATES ON WAY
Delegates to represent thk citv
at the state sportsmen's associa
tion left for Ashland yesterday
morning where they will meet
with delegates from all over the
state for the purpose of discuss
ing plans and rules for the com
ing season. Delegates from this
city are Sam Hughes, D. L. Ma
ster. Chris Kowitz and Clarence
Phillips. The eesslon will only be
neld one day, the delegates plan
ning to return to this city tomor
Local sportsmen held a meeting
last week at which time they
elected delegates and also in
structed them as to what the Ideas
of the local body were.
PLACE IN LEAGUE
A stronr effort la now helna
made bv the T heads of the ath
letic department of the Chemewa
Indian scnool to have that Institu
tion admitted Into the state hlch
school athletic association. This
was announced at a banauct In
honor of the athletes who have
won their letters In the various
sports at that school this season.
Officials of the school nolnted
out at the banauet that if th red
skins were admitted to the asso
ciation It would stimulate more
interest in ath! "eg than at the
present time. Vp o date the Indl
ans has always comneted with col
leges and universities, which have
superior advantages in athletics.
doing much to discourare snorts
at the school. They are no stronger
tnan many high school teama and
thus believe that thev ihnnH Ka
allowed to compete with hlh
schools through the association.
It is understood that the mem-
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BALL HURLERS AND
IN TODAY'S GAMES
(By The Aseod4ed Prs)
Here are today's major
league openings and the prob
At New York: Benton, Gi
ants, vs Greenfield. Braves.
At Brooklyn: Petty, Robins,
vs Ring. Phillies.
At Cincinnati: Luque, Reds,
vs Root. Cubs. t
At St. Louis: Haines. Card
inals, vs Kremer. Pirates.
At Philadelphia: Pennock.
Yankees, vs Grove. Athletic.
At Boston: Ruffing. Red
Sox. vs Marberry. Senators.
At Chicago: Lyons, White
Sox, vs. Uhle. Indians.
At Detroit: Whitehill, .Tig
ers, vs Gray. Browns.
bers of the state association will
act upon the application at their
next meeting. If they are admitted
thev will be placed in the local dis
trict, giving Salem great competi
tion, especially in basketball and
Indian athletes who will be
awarded letters this spring fflr
sport participation are as follows:
Football: George Meacnem, Pete
Rassmuseen, Roy Perattovlch, Per
cy Roush, Cecil Stagner, Joe Pera
trovich, Ernest Brunoe. Eldred
George, Jacob Atkins, Sol Fleury,
Peter Cimlno, Lawrence Pratt,
captain, Susie Grounds, and Gladys
Wrestling: Bill Johnson, cap
tain; Charles Fegestrom, George
Nicholson. Dan Collins, Moses
George, Charles Morgan, Tom Aan-
aysh, Karl Mailer. Cliff Meachem,
and Aaron Isaacs.
Cliff Meachem Is the only ath
lete to gain recognition in all three
sports of football, basketball, and
TRACK TEAM GETS
An all around track squad was
formed at the local YMCA yester
day for the purpose of giving ex
high school and ex-college athletes
an opportunity to compete In var
ious sports. The "Y" has jus
completed a successful basketball
season, winning the state YMCA
championship title, and they hope
to do the same trick In track this
season. They will compete with
several high schools in the state
as well as with other groups.
Their first meet ie with the Cje:
gon Normal school tracksters,
April 21. They have also sched
uled meets with Chemawa Indian
school, and with the Monmouth,
Salem and Independence high
A tentative line-up of entrants
for the meet against the teachers'
is as follows:
100 yard dash Baker, Hamlin
220 yard dash Avery, DeLisle
440 yard dash Baker, Page.
880 yard dash Riches. Ward.
220 low hurdles Haworth
120 high hurdles Haworth.
Broad Jump Klelnke, Dalton.
High Jump Baker, Page.
Pole vault Baker. DeLiele.
Discus Waddell, Dalton, Ham
Javelin Kleinke. Dalton.
Shot put Waddell, Avery, Fer
880 yard relay Page, DeLisle
Salem athletes who are not par
ticipating with high school or col
lege teams are asked to see Bob
Boardman for a try-out for the Y
W. U. MAN DIES
Jacob Nickel, a graduate of Wil
lamette university with the class
of 1922, died last Saturday at
Grants Pass following serious In
fectlon in an eye. according tc
word received here by Dr. Carl
Greag Doney, president of the uni
versity. Mr. Nickel waa a teacher
In the Grants Pass schools and ie
characterised by Dr. Doney as hav
Ing been a particularly fine fellow
Nickel was for several seasons
one of the mainstays of the line
on the Willamette football team
playing one year at guard and two
veare at tackle. He was one of
the players developed by Coach R
L. Mathewa wlthont previous ex
perience, and was never a spectac
ular player, but ajwaya depend
able and conscientious. He coached
for several seasons after graduat
ing from the university.
in Games This Afternoon
Bruce Caldwell in his Yale
baseball uniform. The big foot
ball star will play first base for
the Eli nine this year. The fact
that he was ineligible for football
"lay last fall does not affect his
PHIL BATES LEAVES
Phil Bayea, popular Salem box
r. will leave for San Francisco,
'his afternoon where he will be
engaged in several bouts during!
the aummer months, returning to
3alem in the fall. Previous to com
ng to Salem, he fought in that
lty where he defeated some strong
pponents, Sam Offerman being
che last one In the south to fall
it the hands of the local knuckle
It has been just a year since
Bayes returned to this city after
inisbing his engagements In Cali
fornia. During this time be has
!ought 13 times, in and outside of
Salem. His last two battles were
igainst Sailor Willie Gordon of
Seattle, who defeated him twice
Bayes is a graduate of Salem
iilgh school, having lived in this
?lty for the past 19 years. He be
came interested In boxing when
inly a small boy. and gradually
Torked himself up in the game.
He has many friends in this city,
lis fights being among the best
Jrawing cards in this city. This Is
lis sixth year in the fight game,
Hid he has competed in some 90
rights, scoring 19 knockouts. Be-
ore returning to this city he com
ileted a tour over Australia where
ie fought many battles, losing but
ne by a decision. He has only lost
tome 11 fights so far.
Mrs. Bayes, wife of the athlete,
will remain in this city during her
HAMBURG, Germany. Apr. 10
(AP) Otto Kemmerlch today
finished the longest recorded con
tinuous swim In human annals and
lso , outlasted a California sea
Kemmerlch swam several thous
and laps of a small circular basin
only 44 feet In. diameter. He was
in the water 48 hours. 14 hours
'onger than the record recently set
it Miami Beach. Fla., by Mrs. Lot-
le Moore Schoemmel of New York
Kemmerlch had hoped to swim 60
Kemmerich's pet sea lion. Leo
after 10 hours, dropped asleep In
the water. He was roused by a lus
cious meal of fresh herrings and
itarted up again. All told he dls
posed of 35 pounds of herring, but
became increasingly languid and
ifter 42 hours he was taken out
of the water.
Kemmerlch was fed at frequent
ntervals. He took fried eggs, cof
fee, cocoa, chocolate and fruit. Tbe
physicians decided that he had to
jive up because of nervous rather
than muscular exhaustion.
As soon as the physicians had
finished with him, Otto followed
Leo's example and the two snored
in concert, side by side.
NOTICE OP FIXAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the .County of Marlon, her
duly verified final account, as ad
mtnfstratrjx of the estate of Hol
las Edwards; deceased, and that
said Court has fixed Tuesday, the
16th day of May. 1928. at the
hour of ten o'clock A; M. of said
day. as the time, and the County
Court Room In the County Court
House, at Salenf, In Marion Conn
ty. Oregon,' as the place for hear
ing said, final account and all ob
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
10th day of April. 12S.
SARAH A. EDWARDS,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Hollas Edwards. Deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix,
Salem, Oregon. -;
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A SAN FRANC SCO
MAKES NEW RECORD
BEAMS WIN FROM
DAMP BALL CLUB
W. L. Pet.
San Franciscq 7 1 .875
Sacramento 6 2 .750
Hollywood 5 S .625
Los Angeles 5 3 .626
Portland 4 4 .600
Missions 2 6 .250
Oakland - 2 6 .250
Seattle 1 7 .125
Pacific Coast Iegue
At Oakland: Portland 7; Oak
At San Francisco; San Francis
co 2; Missions 0.
At Los Angeles: Los Angeles 3;
Hollywood 2. - -
At Sacramento: Sacramento 10;
At Washington: Boston 7; Wash
OAKLAND. April 10. (AP)
The Portland Beavers defeated
Oakland 7 to 6 today In the op
ing game of this week's series.
The Oaks fell one run short of ty
ing the count In an eighth inning
rally that drove Larry French to
the showers'. Jack Warhop who
replaced French on the mound
stopped the locals.
Portland 7 13 1
Oakland 611 2
French. Warhop and Rego;
Cooper and Bool. 1
Seals Blank Mission
SAN FRANCISCO, April 10.
(AP) Spotted a two run lead in
the first inning by his team mates,
Oliver Mitchell of the Seals twirled
great ball today to shut, out the
Missions. 2 to 0. Th$ lanky left
hander was nicked' for nine hits
but kept them well scattered. His
mound opponent. Bill Hughes, al
so was in rare form.
San Francisco 2 1 0
Missions 0 9 0
Mitchell and Sprinz; - Hughes
Angels Whip Hollies
LOS ANGELES, April 10.
(AP) Los Angeles, with the able
relief hurling of Glenn Gabler, 18
year old Long Beach rookie, took
the opening game of the home
series with Hollywood by a score
of 3 to 2 here today.
Weathersby started on the
mound for the Angels but blew up
in tbe third, walking three men
and allowing two hits for a couple
Los Angeles S 10 I
Hollywood 2 6
Weathersby. Gabler and Sand
berg; Fullerton and Agnew.
Sacs Stage Comeback
SACRAMENTO. April 10.-
(AP) Sacramento came back
with a vengeance this afternoon
against the Seattle Indians, smack
ing out 12 hits, four of them for
extra bases, to win the first game
of the series 10 to 3.
Seattle 3 g- i
Sacramento 10 12 1
HousO. Sun6erl. Teachout and
Schmidt, Parker; Rachac, Vinci
EUGENE BALL CLUB
Tbe Eugene baseball team,
which will oppose the Salem Sen
ators in the opening game of the
Willamette Valley league here
Sunday, hae the moat promising
squad of men trying out that has
been gathered there in years, ac
cording to word that has reached
There is a field of experienced
pitchers to choose from: Gene
Delp. southpaw from last vari
team; Ray Murray, also a left
hander. former University of Ore
ton pitcher who played ball in
California last summer: Cnnrtn
Towne, a recruit from the twilight
league; r. Enrlgnt, formerly of
the Three-I league, a newcomer;
Nevig. a recent rival from stork-
ton; and Biddy Bishop of Salem,
wno am some or Eugene heaving
For the infield, there ta Hnnalri
Husband, last year's slugging first
oaseman, and Keith Emmons, util
ity inflelder last vear. who t aln
a candidate for the Initial srb-
Chuck Wirth. last year with the
university of Oregon Froeh, and
Frank Graham, business manager
oi me ciuD. second baseman; Ed
uraunler. shortston. who lofneri
the team late last season and
showed promise; and Jack Van
Duyn, hard hitting third sacker.
For the outfield Mtmnr phi
Reinhart has Skeet Manerud, one
OI tne fastest base runnnra and
surest fielders in Willamette val
ley ball, who will nrobablv h lead-
off man; Gill Sorsby, Lloyd Terrill
and Ray Sfma. ..
ON EUROPE TOUR
BERKELEY. Cal., Apr 10.
(AP) Carrvinr with her Amer
ica's fondest hones. Hln Wllla
tennis champion, speeded eastward
today on the first lap of a journey
that will take her to Europe in
Quest of new court honors and in
aeiense or oia ones.'
A ranainar . aRf1-Aff hv tr-imnA
and admirers started "our Helen"
on her way to New York. When
she left there was no donbt In her
mind that she wonld return vic
torious. - The four times national
champion has made a mental note
to Win the ehamnlnnahtn . f
France, lead the American Wight-
man cup team, retain her all-Em-
HAS LIKELY SQUAD
MISS WILLS OF
llsh title and successfully defend
her American crown before she
sees the shores of the Pacific
HOUSEMAIDS TAKE ADVANT
AGE OP INSTRUCTION
Twenty housemaids from Salem
homes will benefit by the training
course for them made possible by
the Smlth-Hughee fund and offer
ed In Salem through the part time
continuation school of'which Miss
Lillian Schroeder Is director, ac
cording to enrollment at a prelim
inary meeting with Miss Schroeder
While response to the course Is
greater than anticipated, all the
housemaid who registered yester
day will be accommodated.
Tuesday afternoons from 2:30 y
to 3:30 and Friday afternoons
from 2 to 4 o'clock were yester
day determined as the days and
hours when the six weeks' course
will be conducted.
The first meeting for the couree
will be held in Miss Schroeder's
office at the high school building
next Tuesday from 2:30 to 3:30
Mrs. Nash, a graduate of OSC
and herself a housewife, will have
charge of the instruction, design
ed to aid housemaids to carry on
their works in a more efficient
manner and not only with a view
to aiding the mistress, but to mak
ing work more pleasant to the ser
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