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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAT 16, 1928
BEflVERS DROP BACK
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SACRAMENTO, May 15. (AP)
Scoring fiye runs in the ninth
inning,. Sacramento pulled its open
ing game out of the fire today to
win from Portland by the score of
9 to S. The Senators climbed a
game behind Hollywood by the vic
tory and the Stars' loss.;
Score: , , R H E
Portland 8 13 0
Sacramento 9 16 2
Yerkes and Ainsmith; Keefe,
Kallio and Severeid.
Frisco Wins One
SAN FRANCISCO. May 15.
(AP) The San Francisco Seals
came back here this afterVbon to
defeat the Hollywood Stars 2 to
1. Averill batted in the winning
run in the eighth when he clouted
the ball for the circuit.
Score: R H E
Hollywood 1 6
San Francisco 2 7
Kinney and Bassler; Jacobs and
FIGHTS FRANKIE LEWIS HERE FRIDAY
Missions Beat Stars
LOS ANGELES. May IE. (AP)
The Mission Bells bunched 11
hits off three Los Angeles pitch
ers today to take an 8 to 3 victory
from the Angels in the series open
er. Speed Martin and Ping Bodie
two castoffs recently acquired by
the Missions, contributed heavily
to tbe win. Bodie hit two homers
and a single to drive in four Mis
Score: R H E
Missions 8 11 0
Los Angeles 3 12 1
Martin and Baldwin; Wright
Cunningham, Gabier and Sand-
Oaks Whip Indians
OAKLAND. May 15. (AP)
Pete Read's d'ouble on a hit and
run play which scored Jimmy
Reese from first base gave the
Oaks a 4 to 3 win in the opening
game of their series with Seattle
Seattle ...3 11 0
Oakland 4 9 1
Collard and Borreani; Dagl'a
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6k'I 2? 19 .628jPortland 19 94 .449
Saa f. 25 18 .581lOaklan4 18 25 .419
Lot -4. -33 31 128mU1 18 29 .810
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Chieaev 19 13 .613Brokl'a 14 13 .519
Cineinn. 18 13 .SOOiPitUb'g 13 14 .481
St. L. 18 12 .600; Bo. ton 9 IT .846
. X. Is 11 .542'Phila4. - 6 20 .231
COAST SCORES YESTERDAY
At Sacramento: Sacramento 9: Port
At Lot Angeles: Million 8; lx An-
Folks ! Introducing George Hval, 138 pound's,' of Portland. This battling youth who is
steadily increasing his popularity with fight fans along the Pacific coast will be seen in
action Friday night at the local armory whe re he meets Frankie Lewis, 140 pounds, of
Salem in a ten rounAmain event.
In order to keep the spirit go
ing In the city among fight fans.
Matchmaker Harry Plant of the
Salem Boxing commission has ar
ranged a good bout for Friday
night at the local armory. The
card will consist of a main erent
featuring Frankie Lewis, 138
pounds, of Salem, and Georre
Hral. 142 nonnds. nf PorManri I W
One curtain raiser, two prelimin- piiUdTIis
anes ana a special erem nave al
so been signed up. The special
erent will probably find Gus Wat
tenberger of Independence in ac
tion against some tough opponent
"Red" Ttate of the Oregon Paner
Mill comnanr Will nrohahl Itelea 3.
rtannv Mnnr f IkiIo.j.... I At San Praaeiaeo
Both these boys are favorites with
tbe fight fans.
A Cleghorn vs. Dixson fight for
this week was impossible and so
Matchmaker Harry has arranged
for two fighters who he promises
will give the fans a real treat.
Lewis has been seen in action
in this city many times and has
never failed to put up a good fight
so far. He is a tough character
and is the possessor of a hard
hitting right that has floored
many a fighter. For months have
hundreds of fighttans been after
Matchmaker Plant to sign the bat
tling Frankie with some fighter
for a main event, which goes to
prove hat he is a crowd pleaser.
As vo Hval, ne also has a record
whichntitled him to fight a main
event in tnls city. He bas de
feated such men as Harold Reesex,
anu jrcorge apaay. as an ama
teur, he first won the city welter
weight title, in Portland, theen the
Pacific northwest title and is now
in the professional game. He hap
?2 r tne hardest punches ever
developed in the Portland gym-
la Pet. W L Pet
5 .808,Wah. 11 15 .423
T .682! Boston 11 15 .423
CleTal'd 18 13 .SOO; Detroit -12 21 .364
St. lx. 15 18 .484;Chicaro 10 20 .333
San Francisfo 2:
Oakland 4: Seattle 3,
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W. A. LJSTON. General Inturaare
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KICH L. IEIMAKN Gen.
219 N. Hit St.
A rally in the fourth inning gave
the Hansen & LHjequist .ball team
sufficient lead to defeat the Port
land Electric Power company team
6 to 2 in their five inning encoun
ter at Oxford park last night. Un
til the fourth inning the scoi
stood one to nothing favoring the
P. E. P. ball tossers. Arnold, short
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Loughran Forced to Fight
Three Times in 2 Weeks
GAMES SET FRIDAY
rbe high school and . grade
championships In the Marion
county baseball league will be
played at Wood burn, William W.
fox. league director, announced
Tuesday. The final games were
originally scheduled for Silverton.
Time and date remain the same:
starting promptly at 1:30 o'clock.
Friday, May 18.
-woodDurn and Aumsville will
battle for the high school cham
pionship honors by . virtue of
emerging victors in the semi
finals in their respective districts
jeiierson, champion of the
southern district, and Gervals
northern winner, will contest for
the trophy cup which the county
principals' association is offering
ror the grade division.
Emil Ha user of Chemawa and
Joe Kasberger of Mt. Angel will
umpire the games and in the onin
ion of Mr. Fox, the league could
not have been more fortunate in
Ite choice of field officials.
NEW YORK. May 15. (AP) ;tracted to fight Pete Latzo May 30
Tommy Loughran, king of the at Ebbets field; Jack Delaney or
light heavyweights, apparently is Jimmy Slattery June 7. at the
in for a lot-of fighting or a lot of! Yankee stadium; and Leo Lomski
Asked to step in and render a
June 13 at Ebbets field.
After Fugazy had exhibited con-
decision in a dispute between Tex tracts for the Lomekl and Latzo
Rlckard and Humbert Fugazy,! bouts and Rickard an option on
rival promoters, over Loughran's the champion's services until No
services the New York state ath-j vember 1, the commission ap
letic commission further compli-j proved all of the scheduled bat
cated the situation by approving ties.
three title bouts for the light While refusing to step into the
heavyweight champion within a1 dispute directly the commission
In effect, the, let it be known that Loughran
two weeks' period
boxing solons took the position would be suspended if he failed to
that Loughran had gotten himself go through with any one of the
into a "Jam" and must make his' three bouts. The boxing fathers.
own way out o fit. at the same time, suggested to
The title matches approved were Rickard that he seek to enforce hit
those for which Loughran has con-'option through the courts.
Mi l LIE BEATS
SALEM HIGH 6 TO 0
After trouncing the University
high school nine of Eugene here
last Monday afternoon to the tune
of 20 to 11, the Salem high school
ball tossers became a little over
confident and as a result were
snowed under by the McMinnville
high school nine here yesterday
afternoon to the tune of 6 to 0.
It wavnly due to the many er
rors on the part of the red and
black ball tossers that they were
NEW YORK. May 15. (AP)
A storm of runs including two ho
mers by Ruth, sent the Detroit Ti
gers down to their fourth straight
defeat by the Yankees 12 to
The victory brought the Yankees
winning streak up to six. Koenig
and Hargrave also made homers
Score: R H
Detroit 8 12
New York . 12 16
Whitehill, Smith and Hargiave
Hoyt and Grabowskl.
Chicago Noses Oat Win
WASHINGTON, May 15. ( AP)
Chicago won today's game 3 to
2, dividing the series with Wash
Score: R H
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too any oetier ai oat man m i Adkin8, Lyons and Crouse; Lis
baiemites. lenbee. Braxton, Marberry and
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Hug was in the box for Balem'Tate
with George behind the bat. In
spite of the fact that the Walnut
city nine clouted out S runs. Hug
pitched a good brand of ball, be
ing credited with a number of
This afternoon the Salem high
squad will journey to Dallas
where they will meet the Prune
city high school team in their sec
ond encounter this season. They
defeated the Dallas lads in the
first tilt and should do the trick
again today. About 16 players
and Coach Luke Gill will make
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Athletics Blank India as
PHILADELPHIA. May 15.
(AP) With the veteran Jack
Quinn pitching his second shut
out to win his fourth consecutive
game, the Philadelphia Athletics
today evened tbe series with Cleve
land by taking the fourth game
5 to 0. Quinn held the Indians to
Shaute and L. Sewell;
Boston Wins One
BOSTON. May 15. (AP) Bos
ton won its fourth consecutive vic
tory here today when Ruffing eet
back St. Louis 3 to 1. The game
was the third and last of the series
with St. Louis.
St. Louis 1 5 2
Boston 3 s i
Ogden and Schang; Ruffing and
MEN HEAD NORTH
STANFORD UNIVERSITY Cal.
May 15. (AP) Al Herrington
and Ralph McEIveny, Stanford
tennis players, will leave here to
morrow night for Seattle where
they will compete in the Pacific
coast conference championship
Friday and Saturday. They will be
accompanied by Coach Hal Davis.
The Stanford men expect to
find their hardest opposition in
the north in the University of Ore
f on team.
CIS Train to
has now a record of scoring seven
consecutive knockouts and is com
ing here with a determination to
make Frankie his eighth. He is
a slam-bang sort of a fighter and
is a real crowd pleaser.
GIANTS LOSE AGAIN
and later scored the first run of
the game in the first inning. The
winners fifth run came in the
third inning when Frame came in
on an error. Giggers, pitcher, for
the H. & L. nine had little diffi
culty in fanning several of h
Hansen & Liljcquist
R H E
Frame, cf l
Smith, lb , 0
Ritchie, ss 0 1 0
Harnsberger, 2b 1
Colgan, 3b 1
Edwards, rf ...
CHICAGO, May 15. (AP)
two big innings in which they sipola c .o
scorea seven runs gave the Cubs I Giggers,
a ciean sweep in their series with
the Giants today. The ecore was
10 to 7.
Score: R. H. E.
New York 7 12 2
Chicago 10 16 0
Barnes, Clarkson and O'Farrell;
Jones, Bush and Gonzales.
Totals 4 1
Portland Electric Power
PhiUdephia Gets One
CINCINNATI, May 15. (AP).
Philadelphia broke its 10 game
losing stretch today by defeating J Flagg, lb 0
Hartwell, p 0
Arnold, ss 1
Meriott, 3 b 0
3caley, 2b 0
Barnhalt, If 0
Clark, ,cf 0
Boytana, c 1
Rings, rf 0
the Cincinnati Reds 5 to 3
Score: R. H.
Philadelphia 5 6 1
Cincinnati 3 12 1
Sweetland, Willoughby and
Schulte; Lucas, Kolp and Har
Pirate- Crew Loses
PITTSBURGH, May 15. (AP)
Smotheing three Pirate pitch
ers under a barrage of 16 hits, the
Brooklyn Dodgers defeated the
Pirates 10 to 3. Barnhart hit a
home run for Pittsburgh in the
Score: R. H. E.
Brooklyn 10 16 0
Pittsburgh 3 7 0
McWeeny and Henline; Miljus,
Tauecfaer, Bartholomew and
IPAKNE STILL WEIL
IN LEAD OF HIKERS
ERIE, Pa., May 15. JAP).
Twenty two hours ahead of the
field, Andrew Payne of Claremore
Okla., rested here tonight with
the 55 bunioneers still in the run
ning in C. C. Pyle's cross country
Payne, with an elapsed time of
476:57:40 for the 2890.9 miles
traversed since the derby entrants
set out from Ixs Angeles March
4, kept his lead of 21 hours, 59
minutes. 27 seconds over John
Salo, Passaic, N. J., with whom
he jogged on even terms today
Crds Get 2 Homers
ST. LOUIS. May 15. (AP).
Two home runs enabled the St.
Louis Cardinals to win from the
Boston Braves today 3 to, l; m aOTer the 48.5 miles from
game which was called after the I Dia Ohio, to Erie
seventh because 01 rain.
Score: R. H. E.
Boston , 1 7 1
St. Louis 3 7 0
(Called in 7th inning, rain.)
R. Smith and Taylor; Sherdel
OTTO VON PORAT
CHICAGO, May 15. (AP)
Napoleon Jack Dorvall checked
Otto Von Porat's string of knock
outs tonight when he won the ver
dict of the judges over the Nor
wegian heavyweight champion in
0 savage rounds at the coliseum.
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LIBERTY, May 15 At four
o'clock tonight on the Liberty
school diamond, Leslie junior high
school played the local Sunday
school team a game of baseball
The score was 11 to 7, Leslie being
Ed Gardner, Seattle negro, set
the pace for the day when he
covered the distance in 6:09:30,
an average of approximately seven
and one halt miles an hour.
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL
Monmouth, May 15. (Special.)
Oregon normal school track team
will meet with the other members
of the Willamette valley confer
ence in a final meet at Albany on
Friday. May 18.
A conference tennis meet will be
held at Llnfield on Friday, May
18, in which the Normal's strong
teams, both men and women, hope
to make a good showing. A con
ference baseball game between Pa
cific college and the Normal is
scheduled for Tuesday, May 22, at
Newberg. The local team has but
two more baseball games sched
uled for tbe balance of the season.
Baseball Salem High vs
las High at Dallas.
Baseball Elks vs. Knights
Columbus at Oxford.
Swimming Salem High
University High at Eugene.
Baseball Carpenters vs. Post
Office at Oxford Park.
Track Salem High School in-
terclass meet at school field.
jsaseDau super service vs
Eagles at Oxford.
Baseball. Salem High vs. Mc
Minnville High at McMinnville.
Boxing Hval of Portland vs
Lewis of Salem at Armory, 8:30.
Track Salem High in Forest
Grove meet at Forest Grove
bhoot Salem gunners compete
for state title at Portland.
Baseball Salem Senators vs
Cottage Grove at Cottage Grove.
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HUNSTANTON, Eng., May 15.
(AP). Glenna Collett climbed
step nearer the British golf
championship today by defeating
the jovial, matronly Mrs. Temple
Dobel I, four up and two to play.
The match indicated that the
American girl is approaching top
form. She played all her clubs
well with only rare slips and made
practically no mistakes on the
greens, where she was weak yes
An even more important devel
opment today was her fine chip
ping and putting. 1 She displayed
capacity for squeezing three
shots into two or two into one
from juat off the green a trick
that wins matches and champion
The- other Americans kept the
pace ulenna set, Mrs. Stewart
Hanley, Mrs. Dorothy Campbell
Hurd and Miss Elizabeth Curtis
inning their way with her into
the fourth round to be played tomorrow.
Miss Coliett's supporters found
much satisfaction today in the
fact that in contrast to her play
with Mile. Simon Thion de la
Chaume yesterday, she never fal
tered on the greens or near them.
From tbe first one, where she
stepped up confidently and sent a
five footer into the cup, on
through to the 16th where she
hipped dead from an indifferent
tie, over a knoll guarding the
green, sne was aeaaiy accurate.
She holed a chip for a fine birdie
three at the fifth and her putting!
touch held true tnrougnout the
Mrs. Dobell did not win a hole
on the outward nine although she
had several chances. Her failure
rrasD her opportunity at tbe
seventh seemed to convince
that Glenna was invincible.
Dr. V. A. Joaaaoa, DeoUat
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OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL.,
Monmouth. May 15. (Special.)
Oregon normal school lost a con
ference baseball game to Llnfield
Monday with a score of 13-4 in
favor of the McMinnville team.
With King, shortstop, out with ah
injured leg the normal's game was
considerably slowed down.
R H E
Llnfield 13 12 3
Normal 4 3 .
Batteries: Martin and Lam
bert; Wonder, Orwlck and Hudson.
1 1 unn,
WASHINGTON, May 15 (AP)
Waivers have been asked on
George Sisler, once considered the
best first baseman in baseball and
no American league club wants
him at fiie waiver price ot $7509
Announcement that Sisler was
no longer wanted by the Senators
was made today by Clark Griffith,
president of the Washington club.
and in turn came a statement
from President E. S. Barnard,
head of the American league, that
there are no claimants for Sister's
If no deal is made involving the
player and Griffith does not de
cide to keep him, he must be given
;h! unconditional release. Sisler
has been in the big leagues more
than 10 years. Misfortune for
Sisler-came when he was seem
ingly at his best.' He had sinus
trouble and it affected his eyes. '
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Walks Off With Homors -BUXTON.
Me. After walking
1 mile a day to and from school
for four years, Charles P. Cole
wilt graduate from high school at
Ihe head of the class.
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KEEPS IN LEAD
ASHTABULA, Ohio. May IS.
(AP) Andrew Payne' ot Ctsf
more, Okla... Monday remained on
top of the heap of 55 bunioneers
trekking toward New York in tie
bunion derby sponsored by "Cross
Country" Pyio. . . -
Payne and John Salo of Passaic.
N. J., led the pack to the seventy
second control station here today. ,
both Of them finishlnr llm 41.1
from -Arrow head Beach In 5 : 5 0 :
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