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ST. LOUIS YET
;CardinaIsMricrea$e -h Lead
ver Giants In National
! League Column
v CHICAGO. Aug. It.iAV)
' The St Louis Cardinals strength
ened their hold on first place in
the National, league pennant race
when ther made ' it two straight
-from the Cubs today, winning C
Score: R H E
'Ct. Louis 6 10 0
Chicago .. ...0 7 3
' Mitchell and J. Wilson; M alone,
' Jones and Hartnett. ' -
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PITTSBURGH. Aug. 28
(AP) Pittsburgh entered a . tie
, for fourth place with the Clncin
i Jati Reds in the National league
today by walloping Philadelphia
in a double header. The Pirates
1 took the second game If to-? and
: the first 9 to 2. s
' First game: R H E
Philadelphia 1........2 1
-Pittsburgh .'. 9 15 0
v Swcetland and Davis; HU1 and
- Second game: R H E
" Philadelphia 7 11.8
Pittsburgh .... 16 21 . 0
:';.;-. Benge. Walsh. Milligan, Sweet-
land and Lerian; Grimes, Dawson
; and Hargreaves.
iNEW YORK, Aug. 28. (AP)
' The Braves festooned the
"Giants homecoming with crepe to
' day by taking both games of a
doubleheader from the aspiring
- Clan McGraw by scores of S to Z
5 and 7 to S.
The -double reverse dropped the
: Giants to a point five and one half
games behind the Cardinals, who
won their second straight from
r. the Cubs.
First game: R H E
f Boston - . 3 10 0
r New York 2 12 2
R. Smith. and Taylor; .Benton
Scott and Hogan, O'FarrelL
Second game: R H
Boston .. 7 15 2
New York 5 13 1
t Brandt.- Cooney and Spohrer;
' Cenewiclr, Scott and - Hogan.
V' ; BROO KLINE, JAxsn.. AUg 2 8
, (AP)AU hut. one of. the-eight
seeded pairs entered in the 47th
- annual national tennis doiibler
championships survived the sec-
tnd' round play today on the
' lourts at the Longwood Cricket
Jean Borotra and Rene de Buze
- let of France, seeded fourth in the
foreign group, bowed to the Aus
;-";traI!ans, R. D. Cummings and E
' F. Moon. The scores were 6-4.
: 6-4. 6-4.
' .1. The Freneh pair's downfall, the
-first upset of the tournament. wf
not totally unexpected.' They
: -jwerje forced to play three hours of
, . rugped tennis yesterday when Ed-
ward Higgs and I. C. Collins of
; England refused to be conquered
until they had held on for five
Ienri Coehet and Jacque
f Brngnon. Jhe French Davis cur
players who are top .seeded iu the
frreign group, came safely
: tr rough three hard, sets with H
'! W. Austin and J. C. Gregory of
England. The French stars, win
;;ters of the Wimbledon title re
tfcently, won the first two sets,
-4, 7-5. and then lost five
cytr-'ght games to the Britishers
;Y7ith the match set standing 15,
: the Frenchmen suddenly took the f
' argressive and won the next six
- George M. Lott, Jr., and John
V Hennessey, seeded first in the
American group, met with but
slight opposition in their advance
r.i:to the third round. They crush
N"ed Ricardo Tapia and Alphonsr
-Unda. the -Mexican pair, by scorer
' cf 6-0,' 6-0, 6-2. -StH
Second U. H. Team Wins
- The second seeded American
t pa'r, Johnnie Van Ryan and Wil
' "mer Allison, also were favored by
silent opposition. Tney had an
eary time eliminating William
; 'Aydelotte and P. G. Rockafellow,
; 6-4. 6-2.
: R. N. Williams, 2nd. and Wat.
f-, son Washburn, ranking just be-
low Van Ryan and Wllmer on the
; seeded list, disposed of Fred and
Don Dixon, the Inter-Mountain
doub!ei champions. 6-1, 6-2, 4-6,
6-3. The other seeded home breds,
W. W. Ingrabam and A. W. Jons,
". continued in the tourney by de-
. featfng Carl P. Kamman and
! Charles W. Barnes, holders of hte
Missouri Valley doubles .crowns
it".. Jack Wright ' and Wlllard
r Crocker, the Canadian Davis cup
players, advanced at the expense
y" of ilarry Kopman and Jack Craw
ford, members of the Australian
.. Davis cup team, 6-1, 6-0,6-4.
The recently organized Salem
Transhooters' club, at a meeting
" Tuesday night, authorized Lee
- Crawford,' one of the members, to
? prepare and tils incorporation pa
pers for the club,, incorporators
will be Dr. G. E.-Prine. Clarence
' Bowne and Carl Bahlburg. ' Dr
Prlne is president. Bowne "re-
tarr and Bahlburg treasurer. The
vice president is Romeo Gouley.
- Plans for the hroposed -state
fair shoot, to be sponsored by the
elub: were discssed. r The offl-
cers are hoping to have the shooU
: crgistered with the national trap
' shooters' association. , The dates
have not been set definitely-, but
Jt-will be held; sometime-: is' laic
week. -, Money prizes and trophies
Tte Aoopno sorts' QUAPrTtTrc ' ZTP
Bodton L famous for two thing It bean and Its ball player. The fame attached to tle lat
ter la rather hollow, howerer, since the players of late have helped another club the Slants. Four
former Braves arer keeptna: New York la the pen nant fight. They are Pitchers Benton (lower) and
Genewich, (left) Catcher Hogan (right) and (nt fielder Welsh (Inset).
tOS ANGELES. Aug. 28.
(AP) The Portland Beavers
spoiled the "league leading Holly
wood Stars' return home by spank
ing them 14 to -6 in today's series
opener in which five home tubs
An eight run rally in the sixth
Tave Portland the game. The
Stars made three errors in that
nnlng and only one of the eight
allies was earned. Heath. Baasler
nd Ostenbcrg each poled a homer
or Hollywood.' -Sigafoos rapped
;uccessivo circuit doubt for the
Beavers In the eighth frame. All
of the circuit clouta came, when
the. sacks were empty. '
Score: R H .E
Portland' , 14 14 0
Hollywood 6 9 4
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Ex-Braves Help Giants In
Tune of 14 to 6
back. Murphy and Bassler.
Indians Whip Bells
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 28.
CAP) Carl Holling and Bill
Hughes, usually effective pitchers,
were a couple of lambs for the In
dians today aind Seattle walloped
the Missions to the tune of 12 to
Score: R H E
Seattle 12 IS 1
Missions 9 19 4
Teachout. Graham and Ain
smith: Holling. Hughes and Bald
win, Sypher, Brenzel.
Angels Win Easily
SACRAMENTO. Aug. 28.
( AP) Los Angeles took the jump
in the Marathon series, here this
pmtmer, ajvecof 4
week by grabbing the opening
sprint six to one. The Angels hop
ped all over Kallio in the first
inning to put over enough runs to
L.-.6 12 1
-.1 6 1
Peters ' and
Oaks Defeat Seals
OAKLAND. Calif.. Aug. 28.
(AP) The Oaks drew first blood
today in a nine game series with
the San Francisco Seals when
Dumovich allowed only four hits
to win a pitching duel from
"Dutch" Reuther, leading pitcher
of the Coast league. The score was
3 to 0.
Score: R H E
San Francisco 0 4 0
Oakland 3 8 0
Ruether and Sprint; Dumovich
Whatever enlarges hope
also exajt courage. Johnson.
ILotaie Dlloyer first; CJoli
ncLlDonourjtb secontJ . .
botbexclailwe asertof EUch
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CZDCCaiTDlOLD, choice off rt .
Coctcl for bis record break
lwZtt non-top cbaist to coast
flight Aadgawt I9tb, It ated
4nc9 endbraed by tbe , World
Xmatet T 'drlwer and pilots
EXlcbf leld was atcd by Okpt.
mile non-tlop flight across
tbe Arctic last April; It Is tbe
1 e.clnl e cbolce off botb tbe
Vytera Alrllpreso and tbe i
, Raaddcvk Air Unco, and bat
woo taore pcedway vlctor
leoaod vtorlds record (ban
aI3 other caootlzaeo cosabined
Chicago Vhite' Sox. Taken
r Into Camp As' League
i Leading Yanks Idle
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 28.1
(AP). The Athletice won both
games' from the White Sox today
1 to 0 and 4 to 3 again reducing
to three games the margin of the
Yankees who were idle. The sec
ond game game broke up in the
11th- inning when Bing - Miller
singled, sending Haas .home with
the winnig run. . r
Chicago . . . . . .
Philadelphia . .
Adkins - and
; .0 8
Rommel and' Cochrane.
Boston .Loses Ont : ; -BOSTONi
Aug. 18. (AP),
St. Louis defeated Boston - loday.
8 to 6, In 11 Innings, making it
three straight in the series.
Score: R. H. E.
St. Louis , ....8 11 2
Beaton .... . .6 13 4
Blaeholder. Ftreileeki. Wiltse.
GTay and Mar.jon; , Ruffing and
' Detroit Wins Opener -DETROIT,
Aug. .28. (AP).
Detroit took the first game of a
series with Cleveland today 8 to 4.
Score: R. H. .E.
Cleveland 4 12 2
Detroit 8 12 1
Miller, Grant, Underhill and
Myatt;. Gibson, Vangilder and
DEATH---G 4 m
J. T. Barnes of Blue Lake, near
Portland. Monday was held under
$500 bail for reckless driving in
connection with the recent death
of Mrs. Effie Pughe, Portland ac
Mrs. Pughe, who was riding in
the Barnes' car, was injured fa
tally when the machine crashed
headon into -a; stage near Hub
bard. The accident occurred when
Barnes attempted to pass another
car going in the same direction.
Mts. Pughe was a member .of
the Manhattan Playes, and was
known under the stage name of
The- Republican management
nromises to conduct the campaign
on a high plane and without per-
onalities. Nevertheless Mr
Raskob is wise be will equip his
candidate with a nice set of mud
guards. The New Yorker.
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TTiO SATISFY, a cigarette most have, first of ill, - "
X the right kind of quality tobaccos . T .: . and then,
these tobaccos must be put together jusTright. ;
The tobaccos in Chesterfield 'cigarettes are bal-
Finds "Privacy" as
Only Few Score Men Call
LONDON. Aug., 28 (AP)
Gene Tuney has found the priva
cy he has been hunting.
Except - for a score of callers,
literary lights, sports experts and
autograph, seekers, the- retired
champion had the day to himself.
He breakfasted with Thornton
Wilder, the novelist and compan
ion on a projected tour of Europe,
and then went shopping. He spent
most of the afternoon at an old
Bond street art gallery where an
exhibition of paintings, by his
friend Zarth Prichard. undersea
artist. Is on view.
Tunney returned to his-fcotel to
find Hush Walpola and several
other British writers awaiting him
for tea.:-.- .
The former champion has de
cided to go to Paris Monday to get
through with the welcoming cere
monies tnere as quicaiy as possi
ble in the hope that they will be
the last in Europe.
Tomorrow night Tunney will be
the guest of Harry Preston, Brit
ish sports promoter. - who is a
close friend of the Prince of
Wales. The Prince, however, is
not likely to attend the function
because he is in Scotland and Tun-
rney said tonignt tnat ne wew
nothing; about any arrangement
being made for him to meet the
W L Pct.
39 19 .S72 l.o A.
37 21 .6381 Mixtion
35 23 .603 Portland
32 26 .552 Seattle
W I. Pet.
76 48 .613PiUb h
68 52 .567J Brook's
72 55 .567 Ronton
70 54 .55)Philad. '
W L Tct.
26 32 .448
24 34 .414
22 36 .379
17 41 .293
W V - Pet.
70 54 .565
60 64 .484
37 77 .325
33 83 .284
W Is Pet.
84 41 .672, Detroit
81 44 .648Chicro
7 60 .528Cleet'
57 69 .452 Boston
W I Pet
57 bS .452
56 69 .4481
57 71 .445
45 81 .357
COAST SCOBES TXSTEBDAT
At Oakland: Oakland 3; San Francis
60 At' Anjelei: Portland 14; Holly
At Kan Francitco: Seattle 12; Mir
At Sacramento: Loa An tele t "6
ramento 1. '
HATIOHAXa 8COBX8 YE8TBBDAT
At lieao-. St. Uia 6; Chicago O.
At Pittbrt:Pittaborfh 9-16; Philadelphia-
A New York: Boaton 3-7; New York
AMZKICAX BCOKBS TSRnOiT.
At Detroit: Detroit 8; Cleveland 4.
At Philadelphia: Philadelphia 1-4
At Her ton: St. Ixo: 8: Boston 6.
heir to the British throne..
The Preston dinners is a pre
liminary to a boxing , match be
tween "Newsboy Brown" ana
Johnny Hill, but Tunney said em
phatically today t&at ce aia not
intend to attend the bout.
His departure for Paris will
cancel plans for his seeing George
Bernard Shaw who Is in Italy at
present unless the meeting takes
place on the Continent.
His greatest mistake when com
ing to Europe was not bringing
his secretary. Gene said. His room
U clustered with piles of tele
grams, bunches of flowers and
many books which publishers have
noured in unon him since his ar
rival. Arrangements are being!
made for a temporary secretary to
take care of his affairs.
THREE PLAYERS TO
Next Monday, Labor day, will
be the last appearance of the Sul
livan brothers and Denny Heenan
in Salem Senator uniforms this
year, it was divulged by Leo Ed
wards, manager of the local ball
That is the date set for the
third game of the playoff series
Tuesday with Albany. Joe Sul
livan will return to South Bend.
Ind., as a member of the athletic
coaching staff at Notre Dame uni
versity, where this season he was
captain of the baseball team, and
he 'Will take Heenan along with
him. Heenan Is entering Notre
Dame as a freshman and In addi
tion to trying out for other sports,
will be a member of Sullivan's
freshman baseball squad next
Billy Sullivan will return to Co
lumbia university at Portland. . He j
specialises in naseDau, out turnea
out for basketball last winter Just
to keep in condition and managed
to make the team although he's
not crazy about the game.
Now that long distance flights
have become quite the thing, why
not promote an Astoria-to-Astoria
flight. Astoria, Or., to Astoria. N.
Y. But it would be Just like
Portland to beat us to It and stage
a Portland-to-Portland flight;
Friendship is composed of ; a
single soul Inhabitatlng two
anced rr one against , another blended and cross
blended so as to give you mildness with taste. 'Jf
MILD they certainly areand what's more, they
By Y Secretary
V- "nil i i.i--
" Ben Rick 11, assistant, secretary
at tie Salem Y. M. OA. announ
ced yesterday that the MY" will
sponsor a week-end climb on Mt.
Jefferson if 10 or. more persons
will sign up to make the trip.
Those- who have been. into the Mt.
Jefferson "county- report - that j it
is very beautiful and that the as
cent la not.aapecially difficult ex
cept lor 4aelastf600 feet. The
last cUmhUa- the. summit is quite
steep, butiat jthle time of year it
Is not so difficult as at other sea
sons. According to Mr. Rickll. three
days will be necessary for the trip.
The party will- leave Salem Satur
day and ride in autos as far as the
forest service road will permit:
then walk' or ride horseback to
Hunt's cove on the south side of
the mountain, here camp will be
made. The climb would be made
Sunday, and the party would re
turn to Hunt's cove that night and
to Salem Monday. . A competent
t'uide will be in charge of the- as
cent. . i
At .least ten will have to slpn
up for, the trip if it is to be made. '
All who are interested are-advised
to communicate with Ben Rickli
at the Y. M. C. A. not later than
Mil JOIIES LEADS
FIELD OF GOLFERS
CHICAGO, Aug. 28 (API
Bobby Jones today set a coum
record. of 37-3067. in the War
ren K. Wood Memorial tourna
ment, at Floosmoor and led the
field of American and British .
plavers by four strokes. f
His 30 on the second nine lark
ed only one stroke of equalling '
the world's record and his 67 was
a "new mark for the Floosmot.r
links. James scored seven consec
utive threes, including an eagle
on the 4 83 yard tenth, where he
holed out his chip shot from a
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