Well Knit Defense Brings Victory to Senators in Game at Albany SPEEDY FIELD PLAY DISHEARTENS ftLEOS- Fans All Agog Over Visit Bearded Team Wednesday Willamette Valley league s. W. I- Pet. Salem Bend .... -I1 Wendling 4 Cottage Grore ;1 Eugene 4.0 Albany i 0 0 1 1 1 2 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 The Senators iare arrtyed. Sa lem has a well balanced ball club, and now after two league sames and some practice tilts In btwe" while parks in oer centers of the Willamette yalley league were too muddy for play.l" has developed Into the kind of? team that win work like clockwbrk in the Pnch es and cut off kuns that might prove disastrous.! That was demonstrated Sunday at Albany when kbe Senators ov ercame an early? three run lead and downed the i hard scrapping iin. ttnr Frisco Edwards men played errorless ball and twice with lightning ptays cut off Al v t lengthen its it wan these nlays as much as anything that disheartened the home boys, who were all "hopped nn" over their opening game at home and their crowd of 1300 peo ple or more, ant penmuea me Senators to run up a big lead when the breaks came in the last two. Innings. ' One of these plays came In the second inning when Albany had men on first and third with only one down. Jenks started for sec ond and Wilkerson took a big lead off third. Edwards drew back as though to play for Jenks, then whipped the ball down to Heenan at third, who caught Wilkerson off the bag by a couple of yards. The other thriller was in the sixth. Dowling had walked and was on the third, Wilkerson hav ing singled. Coleman rapped a hot one to Sullivan. He feinted to throw to third, making Dowling run back. Then he tossed the ball to Beck to retire Coleman, and Beck shot It to Edwards, catching Dowlinr at the plate. The Senators pulled two other circus plays. In the fifth, Ridingt snagged a hard hit ball on the dead run, back, of second base and robbed McReynolds of a hit. In the eighth, Fleury raced back 50 yards or more into deep center and robbed Schroeder of what would have been his second three bagger of the game. Johnny Beck pitched nice ball after the first two innings. He apparently needs more warming up before the game than he hat been getting, as the same thing happened in the Eugene game. Albany lost partly because of ' the aforementioned tight playing on the part of the Senators, part ly because Ralph Coleman s sup port blew up in the last two inn lngs, and partly because Coley himself was too ambitious to start with. He apparently essayed tc stage a one ring circus, aud was well on his way to establishing a . strikeout record. Coleman fanned two men the first inning and three in the sec ond. Later he let the boys help him more, but had allowed only three hits up to the eighth. Salem had scored one run in the third inning when Edwards walk ed, stole second, and took third on an overthrow, and scored on a double steal with Keber, who had walked. In the fifth they got two .more when Beck and Keber singled in succession and scored when Smith boosted Fleury's hard hit ball. In the eighth three Senators crossed the plate when Gill and Fleury singled successively, Sullivan hit for two bases, was sacrificed to third by Ridings, and scored while the Alcos were trying to get Rid lngs out. As If a three run lead wasn't enough. Beck and Keber singled In order again in the ninth. Then came what would have been a dou ble play when Coleman nabbed Gill's hard hit ball, but Smith fail ed to touch second. Sullivan hit one that Smith couldn't handle in the deep dust, and Beck and Ke- - ber scored. Sullivan came home on Heenan's single. Box score: Nearly every baseball fan in Sa lem will be out at Oxford Park Wednesday evening to see the Senators play the whiskered House of David ball team. Judg ing from the interest that these traveling barber shop advertise ments aroused when they played here a year ago. The game Is called for 5:30 o'clock. Last year the Senators won 5 to 4. with one of the biggest crowds of the year on hand to see them do it and Indications are that the attendance will be even greater th'a year, now that the fans know what to expect. The game, by the way. was Just as near to a year ago as the cal endar would permit it to be and still be played in the middle of the week. Last year the House ff David played here May 5. There is likelihood that the game this year will be like the one in 1927 in "another respect; big Kermit Russell may start on the mound. Due Jo" Johnny Beck's effective pitching in the two league games so far. Russell hasn't had an opportunity, to show his wares, but the fans haven't forgotten how he performed last year. In the. House oi uavm game Russell was at his best, holding tht- bearded sluggers to one hit an inning except, for the third, when thPT rot three. That was some t.fcTir ne-ainat those DOVS. who play ball every day and are pick- ELKS Win BASEBALL ed mostly for their sticking abil ity anyway. It's true that two of those hits were borne runs, but one can't hold that against a pitcher at Oxford Park. And when Russeu was reueveu h WtTiic Barham. it wasn t be cause lie was weakening, although according to the law of averages the Davlditea probably would have gotten to him for some runs 11 ne hail staved in tne nox. car nam haM the whiekerinos to one hit for the last three innings. The fact is that the wnole Sen ator team played inspired ball that day. Edwards and Russell pounded in a couple of runa in the second frame, and Edwards' two bagger brought in another runner in the fourth. : It stayed that way with the Sen ators one run behind until the ninth, when a Frank Merriwell finish was staged which every fan recalls clearly. Just when the fans were figur ing on extra innings and wonder ing If dinner would be cold. Sol Fleury came up and singled through the pitcher's box. Then Rex Adolph, playing first base be cause Billy Sullivan had a previ ous engagement, played the role of the immortal Frank. Rex took a firm grip on the hickory, swung viciously, and the fast ball that big Miller had heaved in his direc tion turned back and soared over the right field fence, Just a few ,feet to the left of the white flag. E1E BY DEFAULT The American Legion twilight league baseball team firfeited it game to the Elks last night In the second week of competition of the league. The hungry Elks were out 100 per cent all set for giving the ex-cerrlce men a real baseball test. In order that the spectators shouldn't go home disappointed "Frisco" Edwards was kind enough to gather a team In the city and play the Elks which re sulted in a tie score at the end of the three Inning tilt. Shelly, pitcher for the pick up organiza tion pitched a wonderful brand of ball, fanning several of the Elks, although they were a little timid about admitting it. Summary: Edwards Nine (2) Gabeulson, 2b FIGURED AVERAGES IN VALLEY LEAGUE Teams In the Willamette Valley league next Sunday will play the third week's games, originally scheduled for April 29. Wendling will come to Salem, Albany will play at Eugene and Cottage Grove at Bend. Senders of Albany will be um pire in chief at the game in Salem, and Wickes of Wendling will call balls and strikes at Eugene. Following are the present bat ting averages of players in the league: Salem AB Li 1 RUN I N NINTH IB FOR ST. LOUIS at mms. May 7. (AP) Scoring a run in the stn inning er th Robins had tied the score in the eighth, the Caramais ae- f Pa ted Brooklyn 6 to 5 today. Bis sonette hit his sixth homer of the P9nn in the second inning. Score: R H llrnnVlirn 5 8 3 St. Louis 11 Elliott. Doak, Clark and Mar greaves; Rhem, Haid and Mancu- so. Russell, p 1 Fleury. If 10 Heenan. 3b 9 Beck, p 8 Keber, 2b 8 Sullivan, lb 9 Shackman. If 7 Ridings, ea 9 Gill, rf 11 Edwards, c 5 Eugene AB Burton, p 2 Bishop, p 2 Van Duyne. 3b 2 Sorsby, If 5 F. Relnhart, rf 3 Ellinger, cf 4 Bliss, c 4 Manernd, rf 0 Graham, lb 4 Emmons, 3b 2 Delps. p 0 Husband 1 Brunier, ss 3 Cottage Grove AB McQueen. If 8 O. Angst, If 11 Hill, lb 9 Derscham, p 3 R. Angst 11 Smith, c 4 Morgan, cf 10 Blank. 3b 8 Heck. 2b 9 Hubbell, p 6 Hogan, c 4 Cellars, rf 1 Rollins, ss 3 Wendling AB Coates, p . Helmcke. c M osier,. If . Bilderback, King, 2b lb . 3 , 8 11 , 9 . 7 Salem Player BR H () A E Keber. 2b 4 2 2 3 1 0 Gill, rf 5 1110 0 Fleury. cf 5 2 3 2 0 0 Sullivan, lb 5 1 1 6 1 0 Heenan, 3b 4 0 12 10 Ridings, ss 4 0 0 0 1 0 Shackman, lb 4 0 0 1 0 0 Edward3. c 3 10113 0 Beck, p 4 2 2 1 3 0 Totals 38 9 10 27 10 0 Albany Player BR H O A E Jenks. If 4 1 2 2 0 0 Smith. 2b 2 112 6 2 Faust, 3b 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hecker, ss 4 12 13 0 McReynolds lb 4 0 0 10 0 0 '" Schroeder, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 Fortler.cf .2 0 0 0 0 0 Dowling. cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wilkerson, c 4 0 2 12 1 0 Coleman, p S 0 0 0 1 1 ,, Patterson 1 0 0 0 0 0 ' Vaughn 9 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 21 3 S 27 11 3 White, cf 8 Cox, 3b 9 Guthan, ss 9 Taylor, rf 1 Nelson, rf 3 Hardlsty, rf 3 Domaschofsky, rf . . . 3 Amburn, p ........ 4 Chaffee, rf 1 Matthews, rf 1 Matthews, If 0 Bend AB Burge, 3b 4 Bigbee, cf 3 II 1 7 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 0 H 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 3 4 3 1 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 II 2 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pet. 1.000 .700 .556 .500 .375 .333 .286 .222 .182 .000 Pet .500 .500 .500 .400 Elks (2) Phillips, 3b Paulson, ss Clinton. 2b Adolph, lb RuEfiell, cf Hulsey. rf Shepard, If Tabery, p Walston, e Elks Edwards Nine Hill. If Gibson, c Edwards, 3b Hucheston, cf Hobson, lb Woorman, rf Fish, ss Saully, p R. H. 2 3 2 3 E. 1 YANKEES CONTInU E ON WINNING STREAK Giants Even Series CINCINNATI. May 7. (AP) The r.iants broke even in tneir rlen with the Reds by winning the fourth game today, 5 to 1. ah of the New York runs-were scored in the third and fourth Innings. Score: R H & New York 5 7 3 Cincinnati 1 10 1 Benton and Hogan; May, jao lonowski and Picnich. Cubs Win Again CHICAGO. May 7. (AP) The Chicago Cubs made i t three straight from Philadelphia today. 333 today, winning the concluding game ol the series 7 to 4. Score: RUE Philadelphia 4 9 3 Chicago 7 8 0 Walsh and Eilson; Bush and Gonzales. Hepllng. If Wood, lb . . . Trummer, ss . Allen, rf Eubanks, e . . Young, p . . . . Rentfrow, 2b Albany 5 5 3 3 3 4 4 Batted for Dowling in 9th. Batted for Coleman In 9th. r Score by Innings: Salem 001 020 033 9 Albany 300 000 000 3 Summary: Two base hits, Fleu ry, Sullivan. Three base hit Schroe der. Double play, Sullivan to Beck to Edwards. Wild pitch. Beck. Struck out, by Coleman 12. by Beck 11. Bases on balls, off Cole man 2, off Beck I. Hit by pitcher. Smith twice by Beck. Stolen bases, Keber, Fleury, Edwards, Jenks. Time of game, 2:10. Umpires, Huntington and Senders. NO SUCH NUMBER -LISTED LONDON. Londoners can tele phone to the United State, but not to the Channel isianas. oniy ivv miles away and accessible only, by AB Smith, 2b 2 Wilkerson, c 7 Jenks. If 8 Hecker. 2b 8 McReynolds. lb .... 7 Dowling, cf 4 Schroeder. rf 5 Fortier, p 6 Haight, 3 b 4 Knickerbocker, ss . . 3 Winters, p 4 Faust. 3b '. 3 Patterson 1 Vaughn 0 H 3 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 3 3 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I .240 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 - Pct. .375 .364 .333 .333 .273 .250 .200 .125 .111. .000 .000 .000 .000 Pet. .667 .375 .273 .222 .143 .125 .111 .111 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Pet. .750 .667 .600 .600 .333 .333 .333 .250 .200 Pet .500 .429 .375 .375 .286 .250 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 o PITTSBURGH, May 7. (AP) Paul Waner with a triple drove in two runs which put Pittsburgh in the fifth inning of the game with Boston today and thereafter the Bucs were never headed, winning to 4. Score: R H E Boston 4 9 2 Pittsburgh 9 12 1 Robertson, Wertz and Taylor; Miljus and Smith. NEW YORK, May 7. (AP) The Yankees won their fourth straight game from the White Sox today 8 to 5. Gene Robertson and Bob Meueel got home runs for the home team and Barrett contributed one for the visitors. Score: - R- H. E. Chicago -. 5 11 1 New York 8 11 1 Thomas, Barnabe and Crouse; Shealy, Pipgras and GrabowskL Sr. Ixvuis Crushes Senators WASHINGTON, May 7. (AP). St Louis swung bate lustily to day to swamp the Senators 15 to 2, scoring 10 runs in tne iirsi ana second innings. R. H. E. Rt. Tenuis 1 17 1 Wac'.'.JnrtOTi 2 6 1 Athletics Blank Detroit PHILADELPHIA. May 7. i ipi Eirht consecutive hits In the second inning gave the Athle tics seven runs and they defeated rtetroit today 10 to 0. urove neia th visitors to five hits. Sinr: R- H. E. Detroit 0 Philadelphia 10 13 rarrnil. Smith. Holloway and Sbea; Grove and Cochrane. Cleveland Wins 4-2 BOSTON. May 7. (AP). Cleveland took the odd game from Rnftton 4 to 2 here today Th Indians scored three runs by knnohine hit off Harriss in the third and fourth inpinga. Score: Cleveland 4 9 0 Boston 2 11 0 Miller and L. Sewell; Harriss, Russell, Garrison and Berry. Darticipates, has often started off I In front, only to finish behind, and j be frankly hoped that his 72, com-! piled early In the day, would not tana up. As the scores in the qualifying rounds do not count In the cham pionship proper. Bill refused to permit himself to grow enthusias tic over his position at the head of the parade today. All of the American profession als tonight seemed reasonably cer tain to survive tomorrow's play when the low 100 and ties will be certified for entrance in the title play. "Long Jim" Barnes, who has won a British oiyin was on Mehlhorn's heel with 74 and Walter Hagen, who has won two, had 76. Tommy Armour, the American rolf champion, and Gene Sarazen, scored 7 7 California amateur, playing In his first big golf test away from home. Conditions today were difficult and old golf observers said no pre vious championship competition here has been made harder for the contestants. With whitecaps top ping the waves of the English channel from a stiff wind off the North sea, it was hard to score on both Prince's and Royal St. George's. As a result the huge score board half hiding the little St. George's clubhouse was covered with late 70's, a lot of 80's and numerous 90's. As the seemingly never ending string of golfers wound its way among gigantic sand dunes and tried to skirt yawning bunkers from morning to night,. the wind kept on blowing and with each extra gust a golfer asked himself rill I qualify?" The players battled a head wind much of the way and it blew some of them out of the competition. Ml TO SWIM CAMPAIBH OPENED of Yesterday marked the opening Learn to Swim Week" which Is being conducted in the local Y. M. C. A. tank this week under tne direction of Tom Gawley, physical director at the Portland "Y" and Herman Markuson, swimming in structor at Oregon State college. Ninety-two boys from the 12 schools represented, took part in the first days lesssons. Only those who do not know how to swim are uregd to attend. The record for the first days attendance was set last as did John McHugh, year when 128 boys attended. Tomorrow the girls win have a chance to receive their instruction in the water sport. The first class will start at 9 o'clock, at which time the girls of the Highland school will receive instructions. They will swim until 9:30 o'clock when the Richmond lassies will take to the water. Tomorrow morning from 9 until 9:30 o'clock and tomorrow after noon from 2 to 3 o'clck, the tank and Instructions will be open to any women in the city who wishes to take lessons in swimming. Spe cial instructions will be given by the instructors in charge at these set times. Any woman interested is urged to attend. PARIS. A communist candi date for parliament after a speech Invited his hearers to have a drink. "Red wine or white?" asked the barkeep. "Red, of, course," said the communist. A RADICAL POTION BEAUTY PARLOR DIRECTORY o THE CAPITOL BEAUTY SHOPPE 238 K. Hi. For Appt. Tel. 866 THE MODEL BEAUTY PARLOR 113 N. Commercial. TeL 956 THE MODERN MARINELLO Fr Mam, Woman and Children SOS Masonic Bldg. TeL 879 HOTEL DIRECTORY i . 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No. 15 Svnopsim of the Annual Statement f the ETJnXKA-SECURITY FIRE MARINE mSURAJICE COHFall if Cincinnati, in the State of Ohio, on the thirtT-first day of December. lt nade to the Insnrance Commiaeioner of the State of Oregon.' pursuant to law: Capital Amonnt of capital stock paid np ..- - S 600.000.00 Income Net Dremiums .received during the year l,llo,oso..u Interest, dividends and rents received during the year Income from other sour res received, during the year Total income $ Disbursements .Vet losses paid during the year including ad justment expenses 9 Dividends paid on capital stock during the year.. Commissions and salar ies paid during the year Taxes, licenses and fees paid during the year. Amonnt of all wither ex penditures - 208,380 60 8,034 8.1 1.327.966.13 435,359.33 75,000.00 424,286.71 42.908 00 115.S98.18 Robin D. Day and Donald W. M;iJ Attorneys at Law Telephone 193 610 611 61 J EIGHTH FLOOR lr. C. Ward Davis, Genera. .rn'-fr Tel. 816. Evening by Pion'.jni. 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Interest and rents due and accrued 1.093,554.25 118,508.63 2,489,648.00 18.000.00 53,429 61 264,313.59 12.598.45 Total admitted asets. $ XAabltttiea Gross claims for losses unpaid Amount of unearned pre minma on all out standing risks Due for commission end brokersse All other liabilities 2.956,498.48 64.903.05 1,230,651.93 1.000.00 162.575.78 CT FLOWERS, WTCDDINO BOUQUETS Fnaernl wreatae, seeomtisne. O- r. Braithncpt. f lexis s. 6U Skate Street, TeL M0. INSURANCE 12 rOBt SALE FIRST AND S1COND MorV tagea. Trnat Deeds. Consreels ea eaawe WUI net to 30 nor eenh BECKE m HE.SDRICES Hellig Bldg-. 1SS at. High sH. Insure Teur TIeeM er Car BECKE a HENDRICES Phone 161 O. O. r. BMs. .69 9. High St. FARM LOANS FLESTTCF MONET vo loan on good farm security. CITY LO'Jb We are loaning Prw dentiel Insurance eompeay money en euy resident .- bnsinoaa piepsrty at U per cent, pin a oaaussioa Haw kins Keborsa, 1m, Ore-a building. 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