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THE OREGON, STATESMAN,, SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1928
Flawless pitching by Sol Fleu
ry. veteran Chemawa hurler, cou
nted with the timely and superior
hitting of his team mates, gave
the Chemawa baeeball team a 21
to 4 victory ever Coach Luke
GiU'a Salem hib school team In
a practice same playM r: the In
dian school yesterday afternoon.
Inability to hit the offerings of
Fleory, who placed them at will,
and costly error on the part of
its fn field, cost the red and black
teasers the gam. Coach Gill had
only four lettermcn return around
-which to build his team this Pea
sea, and the handicap of having
oaly four days Ir. which to condi
tio themselves doe t. tin late
stormy weather is much responsi
ble for the poor showing the Sa
lem It made yesterday. George
Beechter, first sacker on the Sa
lem nine, was the only outstand
ing bitter, scoring a home run, tbe
longest hit of the game, bringing! new YORK, April 14. (AP)
fa a man ahead of him. j Frank ie Garcia, of Utica, N. Y.,
Both teams substituted; fre- substituting for hLi brother. Bushy
quently, Chemawa using two full Graham, fought a ten round draw
team, and Salem running 17 play- with Pete Zivic of Pittsburgh at
era. Homer Lyons started the the Olympic club here tonight,
same on the mound for the Salem Graham reported that he had an
high school team, but was forced (injured arm. Garcia weighed
to retire in the fifth inning when i 124. three pounds more than
the Redskins crashed his offer- Zivic.
fags to score nine runs In this
canto. He was relieved by erec
tor, who strnck out four men in
the two innings following In
which he demonstrated his wares.
Gamble, southpaw, who relieved
Crector. made the best showing at
Tuesday. - the Salem nine will
journey to McMlnnvillo where
they wl meet McMlnnville high
school to open their interscholas
tlc season. With already one
game behind their back and an
other day's practice, the locals
should show up fairly strong
against the walnut ball players.
R. if. K.
Chemawa 21 21 0
Salem 4 5 10
Chemawa Fletiry and Goody;
j Atkins and Brunoe.
Salem Lyons. Crector. Gamble
land George; Chapman. Wilson.
! Umpire. "Frisco" Edwards.
FIGHTS TO DRAW
8:30 P. M.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
10 THREE MINUTE ROUNDS
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CLUB LOSES 0
OAKLAND, Apr. 14. (AP)
Oakland trimmed Portland, 6 to
5, today to a game marked by the
Beavers' heavier hitting but Ina
bility to coma through in the
pinches. A four run rally tn the
fifth pat the Oaks in the lead.
Portland touched the veteran Har
ry Kraose for 11 hits but the left
bander stuck to his guns. Keesey,
Beaver first baseman, hit a home
R H E
Portland 5 11 1
Ponder, Wetxel and Ainsmith;
Krause and Read.
Stars N'oee Out Angels
LOS ANGELES. Apr. 14. (AP)
Hank Hulvey pitched and batted
the Hollywood Stars to a 3 to 2
victory over Los Angeles today.
The win was Hulveys third twirl
ing triumph this season. -
Hulvey in addition to pitching
good ball, batted in the Stars' win
ning run in the eighth when he
doubled, scoring Wertx.
R H E
Los Angeles 2 9 1
Hollywood .3 7 0
Weathersby and Sandberg; Hul
vey and Agnew.
Seattle Still Losing
SACRAMENTO, Apr. 14. (AP)
Saeramento clinched its second
straight series today by beating
Seattle. 10 to 3. Graham was wild
and ineffective and the Solons got
to him for six runs in the third
Manager Middleton relieved him
and gave up four runs in the next
R H E
SeattU 3 9 1
Sacramento 10 11 3
Graham, Middleton, House and
Borreani; Keefe and Severeid.
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the motion of a good player. The'
fbli -robot,- as it is called, wag
invented by J. Lawrence II esple,
of Sam Francisco. CaL'
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Frisco Drops One
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 14.
(AP) Carl Holling was in good
form today and allowed a meager
five hits while his Mission team
mates clouted the ball lustily to
trounce tbe Seals, 4 to 0.
R H E
San Francisco 0 5 0
Missions 4 q
Moudy and Sprinz; Holling and
to 22. The red and black apikers
showed up considerable better in
yesterday's meet than in the con
test held by the squad a short time
ago, and Coach Loufe Anderson Is
very "much pleased with, the show
ing his squad is making, and Li
hopeful that Salem will take the
state champtonsAip again this sea
son. The teams competed in nine
events, the high school taking
nearly every one.
The results of the meet are as
follows: 100 yard dash Bonney
first. Blaco second, Lloyd third
220 yard dash Blaco, first,
Page YMD second, Bonney, third.
440 yard run Page YMD first.
Lloyd second, Barnard third.
Half mile run Blaco first. Im-
met second, Williams YMD third
Mile run W. Smith first. D.
Sodenam second, French third.
Shot put H. Smith first, God
phry second, Fred Smith third;
Discus throw Dungan YMD
first, F. Smith second, H. Smith,
third; distance 110:2.
High Jump Page YMD first, H.
Smith and Cannoy tied for sec
ond; height, 5:3.
Pole vault Parrine first, Todd
second, Blaco third; distance, 9:6.
HI OF WORLD
ly for the bowlers on the first
City. He was brought here for
DETROIT, Apr. 14 (AP)
The Cleveland Indians took
first game of the series from the
Detroit Tigers, today 8 to 6. It
was Detroit's fourlh consecutive
Cleveland g ij 0
Deolt 5 12 4
Hudlin and L. Sewell; Stoner,
Smith and Wodall, Hargreave.
Rain Ends Game
BOSTON Apr. 14 ( AP) Rain
halted a tight pitching duel to
day between Milt Gaston and
Herb, Bradley and left the Wash
ington Senators and Boston Red
Sox in a scoreless tie after five in
nings of play. Score:
Washington 0 2 1
Bo9tn ;;; o 2 ,
(called off end 5th) .
Gaston and Tate; Bradley and
YOT at phialelPhla; Post
snow LOUl 4t ChlcAgo; Postponed.
IN SCII 110
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Tha O.U . . .
. -.ia tne Y. M. D. track-
er, of the local T M c
Practice meet held- on the fair
grounds cinnerpath vested..
' one -sided ssore of 7
FOR LOCAL VICTORY
(Continued from paga 1)
that waters in the Willamette and
McKenzie river are clear and that
weather conditions are ideal. It is
believed that little fishing will be
done in the Willamette and Cala-
pooia rivers near Albany as both
are quite muddy. Weather here is
cloudy and water moderately high.
Corvallis reports that Alsea and
Mary's streams are still very mud
dy but have prospects of good fish
ing when they are clear. Tualatin
sportsmen have indicated that
weather conditions in that district
are still unfavorable, the temper
ature still quite low.
It has been reported that good
trout fishing can be had in Gnat
creek. Bear creek. Bie crepk. T.w.
is and Clark, Young's river.
Weather conditions there are sim
ilar to those here, it being cloudy.
One last warning The goblin
will get you if you don't have your
MONTREAL. Que., April 14
(AP) The gallant hand of New
York Ranger broagai. tha his
toric Stanley cup, emblematic of
th world's professional hockey
championahip. baek to the United
States for the second time la the
St years of competition by con
quering the Montreal Maroons in
the fifth and deciding game to
night by 1 to 1.
By tonight's triumph, the Rang
ers champions of the American
division, capturea mree oi me
five games in the woria series
with the Maroons, finalists in tne
The Stanley cup was piacea in
competition in 1892. and with the
exception of the 1917 season when
Seattle of the Pacilic coast league
defeated the Canadians for the
nremscv had never left the domin- lLAYTON REGAINS
ion. Last year, the Ottawa Sen- Rlfl IARD CROWN
atars annexea iu vu&wpiuusuiy
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Some 14.OJQ0 rrenziea aominion
fans saw their favorites go down
to defeat in the Forum rink. In
snite of the setback for the Ma
roons, the gallery jaev the Ran
gers a big ovation as they carried
away the hockey championship in
their glorious finish. The Ma
roons as, well were cheered for
their showing in the great strug
The Rangers Jumped into a one
goal lead in the first period when
Boucher whipped a slsxling drive
into the cage which was too fast
for Benedict to stop.
The- final session was the most
ezcitinr of . the game. As in the
previous sessions, the Maroons did
all the pucy-carrylng. Boucher
broke through a persistent Mon
treal defense and with only one
man between himself and Bene
dict, outguessed the two of them
to clinch the game. With only
three minutes of play then remain
ing, Phillips took a pass from Sie
bert and succeeded in driving the
puck past Miller.
Public Enlightened for First
Time On Exact Position
reached Kltchel. field. Instead
there was considerable technical
discussion of what had actually
Dr. Rumpler of the Rumpler
works, appraised the flight as a
"sporting event of the greatest
signifies ace," because it demon
strated that an east to west flight,
even win srong head winds. ''as
po.ssible. He added, however,
that regular trans-oceanic air traf
fic is practicable only with multi
motored planes or enough spt.l
to insure independence of wind
CHANDLER. Okla.. April 14.
(AP) Giusto Cmek. Italian walk
ing champion, led the transconti
nental footraeers into the forty-
second control station here todav.
covering the 51.9 miles from! -"LlN, April 14. fAP).
Oklahoma City In 7 hours and 44i Lufthansa, the German aviation! and weather.
minates. (Organization which vented Its dis- j Major Von Tschudi, dean of
Umek has an elapsed time of approval of Captain Hermann j German aviators, said: "The cour
312:4t:01 for the 1.543.4 miles Koehl's abandonment of his place age of the flyers deserve unbound
from Los Angeles. i8 one of their night flyers to led admiration, but experts should
Mike Basee of Huntington Park,; steer the Bremen to Ireland, to-; not encourage emulation of Cap
CaL, was forced out by a frac- dar Issued . a cordial statement : fain Koehl who undertook a trana-
tured leg received when he was' congratulating him. The state
run down by an automobile a meat said:
short distance out of Oklahoma! "Lufthansa, as in ther know.
Who remembers the good old
days when they cut a mince pie
into four pieces only?
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PORTLAND, Apr. 14. (AP)
The Multnomah club swimming
team won the annual Oregon state
swimming meet held in Multno
mah club pool here tonight with a
score of 27.
The University of Oregon placed
second with 24 points and Oregon
State college third with 12.
Dana Thomas of Multnomah
what was said to be a new north
west state and city record in the
440 yard free style even for men
when he finished first in 5:42
4-5. Silverman of Oregon was sec
ond. Johnny Anderson of Oregon!
equalled the northwest record in
the 50 yard free style event for
men with time of :25. Johnson of
Oregon State was second.
Lois Murfln of Multnomah es
tablished a new state record in
the 50 yard free style for women
when she went the distance in :30.
Anderson of Oregon took first
place in the 150 yard backstroke
for men in 1:56. Floyd of Oregon
won the 220 yard free style for
men In 2: 40.
CHICAGO. April 14. (AP)
Johnny Layton. of St. Louis re
gained his national three cushion
billiard crown after four years of
effort tonight when he defeated'
Willie Hoppe of New York 60 to
37 in 46 Innings in the champion
ship match of the national tournament.
Captain Koehl's great aviation
While Germany's jubilation
over the crossing of the Atlantic
by a German plane continued to
day, it lacked the enthusiasm
prompted by last night's erroneous
reports that the aviators had
ocean flight without adequate
The flight of the Bremen as an
airplane made of aluminum wa
hailed by the Boersen Courier ae
a victory for the all-metal over the
wooden plane which it believed
would exert a big Influence on fu
ture plane construction.
Read the Classified Ads
Tom Heeney To Get 12Vi
Per Cent of Gate Total
NEW YORK. Apr. 14. (AP)
Charlie Harvey, manager of Tom
Heeney, heavyweight challenger
for Gene Tunney's crown, arrived
here tonight from Miami Beach.
Fla.. and announced Heeney would
receive 12 H per cent of the cham
Harvey said he had signed for
the match with the understanding
it owuld be held during the latter
part of July, preferably in New
York. He expects the challenger
will sail from England for the
United States within two weeks
and will immediately start light
. Promoter Tex Rickard is ex
pected to leave Miami Beach tomorrow.
FOR LAIR OF TROUT
(Continued from pas 1)
lem. Monitor vs. Huntington. Si-
letz bay vs. Baker, Halsey vs. En
terprise, Echo vs. Yamhill county.
Astoria vs. Roeeburg, Pendleton
vs. Bandon, Bend vs. CoquIIle,
Prineville vs. Medford, Union vs.
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COLLEGE ACTORS TOUR
CHAPEL HILL, N, C. College
actors are becoming real troupers.
The Playmakera of the University
of Carolina made a 2,000-mile trip
through five Btates. Three New
York theaters have asked the or
ganization for a three weeks'
booking next winter.
One Eye Never Does
a Good Job!
THE "BALANCE" f your eye muscles receive
careful study In an examination here. It la orrr
aim to' develop the sharpest, as well as the moft
comfortable vision in each eye. Only resisitrad
specialists are entrusted with the responsiUBty ef
your vision here.
Pomeroy & Keene
Jewelers and Optometrists Salem, Oregon
PORTLAND. Apr. 14. (AP)
The 16th annual tournament of
the northwestern international
bowling congress got under way
here tonight with eight local teams
comprising the first squad, taking
the alleys in what amounted to a
preliminary event. Outside contes
tanta will get their chance tomor
row and will continue throughout
Mayor George L. Baker welcom
ed the visiting teams today and
other city officials were on hand
to greet the players.
The alleys were In excellent
condition and the wood fell nice-
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