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The New Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon Tuesday Morning, August 7, 1928
baar won to 6. ;
There hadn't been any scoring
since the eighth Inning, when the
Salem team evened the count at
fire alL In the 12th, with one oat
Ollnger made a bid . to end the
straggle by socking oat a three
- bagger to left field; here a per
fectly safe "second gness woald
list the succeeding play as poor
judgment, for Manager Edwards
of .the Senators elected a, squeeze
play, Gill failed- to hit the ball
and Ollnger was thrown out try
Jng to get back to third. But it
was the same play that" has won
for the Senators In more than one
Albany's half of the 13 th start
ed 'Just as innocently as, any of
the -scoreless innings that preced
ed It, with Jenks striking- out and
Reipl being thrown out at first
base; Ike Wolfet; ex-Coast lea
guer, looked like a good bet for a
third out, but he smacked out his
first hit of the day to center field,
and then stole second with the
prettiest book slide seen in the
Willamette Valley league this
: Now, up to this time the Salem
infield had been performing won-
ders, especially Red Ridings, who
had been scooping them up from
every where; so - when Hecker's,
P. N. Woodry
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grounder' hopped down ' toward
Red, the fans settled themselves
for another inning. But it was a
tough chance, and Red had little
to field it: and when he
threw, partly off balance, the ball
hit the oust well out or umy ui-
livan's reach and rolled to the
stands, and Wolfer tore on around
to the plate for the winning ran.
-1 Many rrors Chalked
'The Albany boys began booting
the ball and throwing it away al
most as soon as the game started.
Qulnn struck out but the. last
pitch got away- from .Wililneon
and Qulnn was safe at first; Ke
ber sacrificed him along and he
took third - on Ridings', single.
Then Qulnn and Ridings tried a
double steal. Hecker and Hafen
feldt eaeh let the other take the
throw, and Qulnn was home and
Ridings on third.
Albany earned its run in - the
first inning, Jenks was hit by a
pitched ball, or anyway Umpire
Senders said he was; Reipl eacri
tleed him around and he scored
on Hecker's single, j
. Sullivan pasted out a home run
for the Senators second score, in
the fourth; but the Alcos came
back and got two. . Hecker walk,
ed, -McClaln singled j McReynolds
sacrificed,- and Hafenfeldt sin
gled, scoring Hecker and McClaln.
Each Adds Two r "
Lady Fate changed her mind
twice in rapid succession in the
seventh. The Senators : got -two
runs ahead when Qulnn was safe
on McReynolds .error, Qulnn be-;
Ing. forced at second but, leaving
Keber on first; Ridings was safe
on another fielder's! choice,- and
then SulllTan's big stick perform
ed again for a three bagger and
two runs were chalked down.
But the Inning ended with the
Alcos a run to the! good again.
McReynolds singled, Hafenfeldt
sacrificed. Wilkinson hit a two
bagger scoring McReynolds and
went, on to third on the throw.
Wilkinson scored on a wild pitch;
ithat was the break that gave Al
bany the game; not Ridings' wild
throw in the 13th. f
For the Senators got what
would have otherwise been the
winning run, in the eighth on an
other comedy of errors. Ollnger
singled, went to second on a pass
ed ball, took third when Edwards
eacrif iced, and scored when Beck
was safe on McReynolds' error.
Hafenfeldt and McReynolds error.
contributed one more error that
inning, but Beck didn't quite get
around because the; next hit ball
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Where there's a Wills there's a
way, says O'Goofty.
A lot of rookies hare made
home) runs this year that are not
counted in their batting averages.
- It will be hard to remember
bow many old-time ball play-
ers retire at the end of. this
season until they tarn up
again next year.
O'Goofy hears that Jimmy
Makmey, with his eyes oa heavy
weight honors, plans a real come
back. To which O'Goofty replied
It sounds like a lot of Maloney
speued with a B. !
went to Reipl and he fielded it.
The box score: J
' AB R HPO A E
Keber, 2b ..5 1 I t 5 0
Qulnn, cf ....7 1 10 0 0
Ridings, sa ..C 1 1 1 0
Sullivan, lb . .5 1 2 12 1 "0
Heenan. 3b ..5 0 0 rt 1
Ollnger, If ... 1 2 1 0 0
Gill, rf 5 0 0 1 0 0
Edwards, c .. 5 0 Oil 0
Beck, p .. ... 0 1 0 3 0
Totals ...SI 5 2 23 20 2
AB R H P.O A E
Jenks ...... ,5 . 1 1010 0
Reipl. 2b ....4 0 0 2 2 1
Wolfer, If ...5 2 2 2 00
Hecker, ss . . . 5 1 114 1
McClaln, rf . . 5 1 110 0
McReyn'e. lb 4 1 1 16 1 2
Hafenfeldt, 2b4 0 12,7 3
Wilkinson, c .6 1 1 11 2 1
Coleman, p ..5 0 0 2 4 0
Totals ...42 0 7 39 20 2
? Score by innings:
Salem ..100 100 210 000 0
Albany ..100 200 200 000 16
.Summary: Struck out by Cole
man 7, Beck 6; Bases on balls oft
Coleman 1, Beck 2; two. base hits
Wilkinson; three base hits,! Sullt.
van, Ollnger; Home runs.
van; Double plays, Keber to' Ed
wards to. Keber; Sacrifice ! hits,
Keber,' Heenan, Edwards, j Reipl,
usiois jpiJuajVH 'spioujCshok
bases, (jainn, ftiaings, Sullivan,
Wolfer: Hit by pitched i ball,
Jenks, by Beck; Passed ball, Wil
kinson ; wild pitch. Beck ; Runs
responsible for Coleman, 3, Beck
5; Time of game 2:25. Umpire
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Yankees Retain Slight Lead
Over Athletics in. Ameri
CHICAGO. Aug. 6. (AP). A
triple by Kamm with two out in
the fifteenth Inning and Falk on
base, gave the White Sox a S to
victory over the Yankees In the
third game of the series today.
Score: " R. H. E.
New York ... ..4 9
Chicago ............. f 20
Moore, Plpgr&s, He and Grab-
owskL Collins. Bengouger; Fa
ber, Adkins and Crouse, Oerg, lie
Tigers Whip Athletics
DETROIT. Aug. 6. (AP).
The Detroit Tigers checked the
advance of the Athletics today, by
winning the third .game of the
series 8 to 5. j
8core: R. H. E
Philadelphia ..6 11 i
Detroit .....8 10 1
Earnshaw, Rommel, Qulnn and
Cochrane; Whitehlll, Smith and
Cleveland, Senators Split
CLEVELAND. Aug. . (AP).
Cleveland and Washington di
vided a twin bUl today, the In
dians taking the first game 7 to
4, and losing the second. 11 to 2.
In the opening game the Na
tionala were unable to solve the
offerings of Walter Miller while
in the nightcap, Irving Hadley
First game: R. H. E.
Washington ..........4 1-2
Cleveland 7 12
Gaston, Brown and Kenna;
Miller. Hudlln and Autry.
- Second game: R. H. E.
Washington 11 15 1
Cleveland ". 2 10 I
Hadley and Ruel; MUJue, Bay.
ne. Harder, Grant and L. Sewell.
Browns Whip Boston
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 6. (AP).
The Browns hammered two Bos
ton pitchers for 11 hits today to
win 9 to 4.
Score: R. H. E,
Boston 4 10 1
SL Louis ....9 11 1
Harris, Griffin and Hofman,
The baseball played in the two
Twilight leagues hi just as near on
a par as could be asked. Judging
from the outcome of Sunday's "lit.
tie world series" game at Oxford
park, which the Commercial
league all stars won 8 to 7 in ten
The Commercial leaguers took a
big lead after the first Inning and
were ahead 6 to 1 until the last
of the seventh; then the Industrial
league boys scored four. In the
eighth the Commercial league
team got one more, but their op
ponents, tied the score in the
ninth, only to -lose out In the
Delta, cf, ss
J. Varley, 3b
Harnsberger, 8b, p
D. Russell, p
Schultx, cf . 1
' Score by innings:
Coml. 1 0 2 0 2
Indus. 1 0 0 0 0
Umpires, Hauser and Colgan.
EUGENE, Ore, Aug. (Spe
cial) Eugene's Willamette Val
ley leaguers played a ragged game
of ball here Sunday, while the vis
iting Bend Eagles were playing
like champions,, and the Eagles
won, 11 to o.. Kugene iook dui
one hit oil coovert, new uena
pitcher, and the Bend team ac
corded him airtight support. Cur-
ley Fuller, southpaw, who started
on the mound for -' Eugene, .was
wild and was relieved in the
fourth by Fred Burton, right ban
Eugene'ji ones blow off Coovert,
the southpaw, ace' of the Eagles,
came In the fifth Inning when
Husband singled. Only two Eu
gene players reached second. "
"'Score: .- R H E
Bend : .11 t 2
Eugene ........ .....P .1 7
. Batteries: Coovert and Eubanks,
Fuller, Burton and Bliss..
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EH. SCORE 11-0
.Well To Beat (Competition
LONDON. Aug. 6. (AP)
Too much Ice cream and "lavish
feeding? Is the explanation offer
ed by the Evening Standard today
In an article discussing the fail.
ure of the United States Olympic
team to score its. expected victor
ies on the track in the 1928 Olym
piad. ' . .
Quoting a dispatch from . its
special correspondent at Amster
dam, the Evening Standard said
that members of the American
team were putting on weight. In
the case of one swimmer fifteen
pounds, and. that the team gener
ally was dissatisfied with condi
tions aboard the President Roose
velt, finding it a great disadvant
age to be so far from the Olympic
The headline used over the ar
ticle reads: "Secrets of United
States Olympic Failure" and opens
with the following remarks:
"Lavish feeding, it is sugges
ted, his led to the undoing of
the United States team In the
Olympic games at Amsterdani. At
the start of today's sport, they
were still without a single victory
In the track events."
The article' then presents the
luncheon menus of the American
and British tea me, as sent by the
Evening Standard correspondent,
declaring that the American menu
is hardly the proper diet for ath
letes in competition: The menus
Britain Beef tea, fried tender
TO BE CLOSE EVENT
SLOTEN, Holland, Aug. 6.
(AP). The field remaining for
the quarter-finals starting tomor
row in the Olympic regatta indi
cates that the United States, Ger
many nd the British Empire will
fight for rowing honors on the
Sloten canal as closely as they
fought on the Olympic track.
United States entries which
have survived in five out of seven
Olympic regatta events are in
good condition and hope for at
least four final victories.
Three American crews swept
through today's heats undefeated,
France assisting by withdrawing
its four without coxswain on ac
count of the illness of one of its
members, giving the Penn Barge
club quarter from Philadelphia a
The University of California
eight, America's etandardbearer
in its class, rested today and will
tackle Italy tomorrow. Thus far
the Golden Bears have been
sweeplngly victorious In their
heats, beating Belgium and Den
mark with ease. The biggest bat
tle on tomorrow's program orob-
ably will be between the eiglits
of Britain and Germany, the win.
ner of which, or the survivor of
the Canada-Poland race tomor
row. Is likely to meet the Ameri
cans in the final, assuming of
course that the Californians trim
SETS' WORLD MM
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 6. (AP)
A brilliant championship victory
by Martha Norellur of New York
In the women's 400-meter free
style swim and an unexpectedly
severe defeat by the water polo
team at the hands of Hungary 5
to 0, featured the activities of the
American Olympic water sports re-
I resentatlves today.
In addition Clarence Crabbe of
Honolulu, and Ray Ruddy of New
York, finished third and fourth re
spectively in the 1500-meter men's
freestyle final which was won by
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Stating that the din In r ealoon
where the Americans take their
meals aboard the President Roose
velt Is depressing and stuffy, the
Evening Standard correspondent
"The British team live at a ho
tel on shore in a beautiful airy
place.-- They sit at long tables
In a compartment surrounded al
most entirely by glass and the big
gest course of all Is the green sal
ad. I know of cases on the
American team where some of the
athletes have put on weight
through eating too much, for In
stance, one swimmer now tips 15
pounds more than when be left
"The American athletic team
is dissatisfied with the conditions
aboard the President Roosevelt
and they find it a great disad
vantage to be so far from the sta
dium. "I have been rubbing my eyes
in wonder at the statistics of ice
cream consumed by the American
Olympic team and am quite will
ing to agree with their sorrowful
critics nt home" that this may have
something to do with tfielr failure
to carry off the honors as were
Arne Borg, of Sweden, also in rec
ord breaking time. Andrew Charl
ton of Australia, the former cham
pion was second.
, It was a girl who provided the
highlight performance of the en
tire day, covering 400 meters In
five minutes, 42 and four-fifths
seconds, Mies Norelius made a
show of her field and easily re
tained her Olympic championship
won in 1924. Her time was two
and three fifths seconds faster
than the world's record she herself
established only Saturday In a pre
liminary heat. It also was 19 2-5
seconds, faster than she made in
winning the crown at Paris and
beat both the world standard now
on the books, 5:53 1-5 made by
Gertrude Ederle in Indianapolis in
1922, and Miss Norelius' own 5:51
2-5 seconds made at Coral Gables,
Fla., last year and on which she
had applied for a world record.
Had her lead been challenged to
day Miss Norelius probably could
have lowered her time to 5:40.
She traveled easily and swiftly.
swimming a great race which
proved her near the peak of her
career. Miss Braun of Holland was
second, far out of the picture, with
Miss Josephine McKim or Home
stead, Pa..- third. ' -
Z TO PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 0.
(AP). The Philadelphia Nation
als took two games from Chicago
today. 8 to 7 and 5 to 1. Wilson
of the Cubs hit two home runs in
the first game, raising his total to
20 for the eeason.
First game: R. H. E.
Chicago 7 10 3
Philadelphia 8 9 0
Blake. Holley and Hartnett,
McGraw, Miller and Lerlan. -
Second game: R. H. E.
Chicago .1 8 S
Philadelphia 5 10 0
Root, Holley and Gonzales;
Ferguson and Davis.
But why say Maloney Is coming
back?. Jack Sharkey says his
home townsman never went any
place but to the floor.
Bill Tilden stepped right' out
and beat Lacoste in the Davis
cup matches. We presume It was
the net result of his reinstate
CHICAGO GUBS DROP
W i. fet. - W L Pet
Hallj'd 35 11 .
Sac'to 24 1 .07
San f. S3 12 .8
Oakland IS 18 .SOO
Hiasiaa 17 IS .472
Portlaad 14 22 .S8
Los A. 14 22 .188
Sattla : . 27 .250
W t, Pet
W I Pet.
Pitisb'h 2 47 .825
Brook' 52 51 .505
Boa ton 29 85 .80S
Pailaa. 26 70 .271
St U 7 S7 .44
Naw T. 58 41 .588
Chicago 81 47 .565
Ciacina. 59 48 .582
W I. Pct.f
-72 SS .e?8Ckieaso
68 88 .642 Wtik,
W 1, Pet
.48 6t .454
48 61 .440
45 60 .428
41 64 .890
56 54 .50! Detroit
CUvel'A 50 58 .46 Beaton
. coast aoosxs YX8TERSAY
Portland 3-5. Seattla 1-4 (aacoaa faaao
Hollywood 12-0. Missioa 6-11.
Sacramanto 13-11. Oakland 12-1.
San Francisco 6-4. Un Ang-slss 4-12.
AXXUCAjr SOOKES TESTE!) AT
Ai Chieavo: Caiearo 5; Saw York 4.
At Detroit: Detroit 8: Philadelphia 5.
At CleTaiand: Cleveland 7-2; Wash-
ington 4 11. . ; . .I",.' .
At Bt. LiOais: Bl. Liooia i ...
GREY DIGGERS BEAT
ILL CITY 19 TO 2
The Grey Diggers ball club of
Turner won their eleventh game
In fifteen starts Sunday by troun
cing Mill City 19 to 2 at Clover
dale ball park.
The Grey Diggers staged a bat-
tins: rally in the second inning
getting 10 hits and two walks to
score 11 runs. Fifteen or tne 19
runs made by the winners were
The Grey Diggers club is open
for a number of dates during Aug
ust and September, and would like
t) hear from any teams wishing
The teams were:
Grey Diggers Mill City
Mitsner, 2b " Cox, c -"
K. Wlpper, lb Catherwood, ' ss
Spellbrlnk, 3 b
B. Wlpper, rf-p
J. Fink, lb
E. Fink, p-2b
............ 2 8 ,
To Honor Bishop LoweA re
ception will be held in Laurel-
hurst park, Portland, Tuesday,
August 14, to welcome Bishop Ti
tus Lowe, recently appointed to
the M. E. church's Portland area,
and Mrs. Lowe and their daugh
ter, Mlsn Anna Lowe. Churches of
the northwest will take part in
the reception, which is to be held
between the hours of 5 and 8
o'clock in the evening.. . i
just a few hours way. Bj.
train ftni can read)' its worldr
famous resorts ouidtly, saving
:. vacation, days. Great national ;
J parks of tbe West. San Fran-"
; cisco, Los Angeles and its all
year playground" are easily
. reached by Southern Pacific's
.; trains. :- . - . "
Go now, at low cost. Fort
example, 16 day limit round- .
' trip to: -'' .
- - - - - - .
Tillamook . . . . J 6.30
Newport a ' j. 4.85
' Crater Lake 310 .
' OdellLake . . . 10.15
' San Francisco . . : . 33.30 .
Los Angeles a v :l 32.00
Yosemite . . . -46.25
- Rainier . . . . , 18.30
. Southern Pacific's network of fines intimately ex
plores the Pacific Gust. Stopover anywhere. Let your
agent help you plan your trip.
Your vacation starts when you board the train,
-Relaxed, carefree, youre on jour way to play.
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eaguae Play .,
This afternoon the baseball
teams of the Lincoln playground
will meet teams from the 14th
street grounds.. At present the
standing, in games , of the - two
grounds is three apiece. The small
boys team of the 14th street
grounds Is undefeated so far.
Saturday .afternoon the boys of
the three grounds will have a Joint
track meet at the 14th street
At this meet there will, be the
regular dashes, the running and
ular dashes, the running and
standing broad Jumps,! the baseball
throw for distance and relay race.
There will be a few other special
events for boys under 11 years of
age. - j":;
The girls, too will 1 have their
inning at special events, this week.
according to announcement by
Miss Doris Neptune, girls' director.
On Friday afternoon the girls will
have their costume contest. Firnt
places will be awarded for the best
comic make-up and for the pret
tiest costume. I '
Then on Saturday morning the
older girls will have a hike .to
Hager's grove, where they will
swim and have" a picnic lunch.
They will return In time to have
all the afternoon at j the play
grounds. If they wish. The track
meet for the girls will be next
With the return of hot weather
and Increased demands for them,
lessons have been resumed in
swimming and Ufesaving. Quite a
number of the boys and girls are
beginning to learn this week.
The second series of badge tests
tor girls will be given on Monday,
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