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Chicago Wins 12 Inning
; Game While PhiladeK :
phia Beats Detroit
CHICAGO, Sept : 20. (AP)
The lead of the Yankees was cut
to one game here today when the
"White Sox defeated the Champions
t . m 1 f . laalitn aft that
r rrnAtWMi had defeated Detroit 6
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to 1. Ola Kea r aoer ouipucaeu
Ceorr Plpgras and Waits. Hoyt.
Score: 1 . R -H E
New York . 1
Chicaro .......4 10 1
(12 Innings). 1
Pipgras, Hoyt and Bengough,
Grahowskl; Faber.and Berg.
Athletics "WhJtf Tigers
.DETROIT, Sept. 0. AP)
Scoring three runs In the seventh
Inning and two In the eighth af
ter Haas had tied the score with.
homer In the sixth, the Athletics
won the first game of a series
from the Tigers tlday IJto 1. Old
Jack Qninn held the Tigers to six
hits and droTe'ln the ran that pat
Philadelphia ahead. The victory
enables the Athletics at least to
hold thels-own with the Yankees
tn the American league race.
Score: R H E
Philadelphia . . 8 2
Detroit .1 ' ' - 0
Qufnn and Cochrane. Whitehall,
Smith and Woodall, Hargrave.
Cubs Struggle to Stay In Race
Browns Sure of Third i
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 20.-(AP)-r
The St. Louis Browns clinched
third place In the American
league standing today with a 5 to
2 Tictory over the Boston Red Sox.
Score: R H E
Boston 2 9 1
St. Louis 5 14 2
Morris and Keying; Crowder
and Manion. i
CHICAGO. Sept. t. (AP)
Led by the Lanky Jack Crawford.
the Australian team in -the Unit
ed States Intersections! champion
ship matches, stroked its way to
victory today orer the southern
team of ttXmald Cram ef ' Nash.
Tille. and Daniel Murray of New
Orleans, and went Into- the
Crawford, who is a member of
the Australian Davis cnp team,
won his way to the quarter-final
round of the national' singles
tournament as he pleased, defeat
ing Cram In a three set match
9-7, 3-6, 6-0. Paired with Harry
Hopman, another member of the
Australian Davis cup team. Craw
ford carried the brunt of the at
tack to take the deciding match,
the doubles, from Cram and Mur
ray, 7-9. 6-4. 6-3. Murray had
previously defeated Hopman in a
long drawn out singles contest to
even the series.
The unexpected strength of- the
southerners was largely concealed
in the Racquet of Murray, form
er Tulane university net ace, who
outlasted Hopman to take his
singles victory 6-4, 8-10. 13-11.
The 21 year-old Australian had
poor control of his ground strokes
and although he occasionally
showed a flash of brilliance at the
netrMurray, for the most part,
kept him at the base line!. Only
Hopman's fighting heart and -his
ability to take advantage of the
Southerner's weak backhand sav
ed him from a straight set defeat.
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The big bat of Cnylcr, Hartnett .and Stephenson are helping the Cabs to contribute to the best
National League pennant race in 20 years. Sheriff Blake has been one of Manager Joe McCarthy's
best pitchers of late. He recently ptiched one-hi t shootout against Cincinnati.
batsmen knocked out 12 hits they
were not able to hit timely while
the Seals bunched theirs.
Score: R-H E
San Francisco ..IS 8 1
Seattle S 12 3
Jacobs ami Sprint; Graham and
Angels Trimmed 4 to 3 by
Portland; RaHy in Eighth
PORTLAND, Sept. 20. (AP)
-Portland won today's baseball
game from Los Angeles 4 to 1
with a three-run rally after two
were out in the eighth. Bates
single with two on drove in the
tying and V inning runs.
Scere: R H E
Los Angeles 3 10 1
Portland .... : 4 9 9
Barfoot: and Hannah; Ortman
Oaks Smack Stars
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 20.
(AP) Oakland dealt Hollywood's
second half hopes another ' set
back here today , by trouncing the
Stars, 6-2, behind Howard Crag
head's brHliant pitching. The
young Oak; righthander limited the
Stars to three hits, Heath's homer
being the only earned run at his
Score: R H E
Oakland 6 13 3
Hollywood 2 2 2
Cragbea.d and Read; Wetiel,
McCabe and Bassler.
TO Elffi SUNDAY
Prospects that a special train
will make the round trip to Eu
gene Sunday, transporting Salem
fans who plan to attend the Sa
lem Senators-Bend Eagles game
for the Willamette Valley baseball
league championship, were seen
Thursday when Southern Pacific
officials announced that the train
would be put on if 100 reserva
tions were made.
Edwards signed up a game
Thursday with the Montavilla
club, champions of the Portia n4
City league and one of the con
tenders for victory in the fall
tournament in Portland, to be
played here a week from Sunday.
Freshmen Showing in
Coach Keene Pleased With
Four complete Bearcat football
teams were running signals on
Sweetland field Thursday after
noon, marking the opening of In
tensive training for the University
f Washington game which is Ut
ile more than a week away.
One of these teams waj made up
entirely of veterans including
eight letterm'en, with the excep
tion that Wayae Page, a sopho
more who didn't turn out last year
field down one of the halfback po
sitions. The other two non-letter-men
in the outfit were Cardinal.
?nd, and Philpatt, guard.
IYcs"ii:!o:i Show Wo!l
Another team was made up c-
the freshmen who have made the
best showing to date: and the oth
er two were Just teams, but there
were good men on both of them,
players who will, he "heard from
before the season is over.
Garnie Cranor. chosen as half
back on the all-NoriL-vest confer
ence team last year by every
coach in the conference turned
out Thursday for the first time,,
and although he didn't take any
extensive part in the practice that
day, his presence bri? ?ncd the
Bearcats' prospects pe.optibly in
the opinion of the bleacher strate
gy board. ,
Hunters Bag Big
Woli In Oregon
MEDFORD. Ore . Sept. 20.
(AP) A timber wolf, one of the
few to be killed in this district
in a number of years, was shot
this week by Wilsie Pruitt of
Medford while hunting here. His
p y returned today after bas
ing twe deer.
Cards Split Doubleheader
I With Giants to Keep Lead
EBBETS FIELD. Brooklyn, Ns
T. Sept. 20. (AP) Jack Delaa
ey scored technical knockout ov
er Nando Tasai, of Italy, tonight in
his first fight since he was knock
out by Jack Sharkey last-April.
The former light heavywelgnt
champion from Bridgeport; Conn.,
stopped the -game Italian battler
In 2& seconds of the 11th round. -
Harry Fay, Lonhrviile. Ky.,
heavyweight, won a decision over
Johnny Urban of Pittsburgh la a
six round, bout tonight, on the
Jack Delaney-Nando-Tassi card.
Fay, tipping the scales at 181,
was outweighed 11 pounds by
the Pittsburgh battler, but waded
In merrily most of the way, wind
ing up with a fine flurry of two
fisted punching tn the last round.
POLO GROUNDS, New York.
Sept: 20. (AP) Frank Hogan'r
home run in the eighth inning off
Alexander with the basas full en
abled the New York Giants to win
the second game, 7 to' 4, and di
vide 1 their doubleheader with the
St. Louis Cardinals today before a
crowd of 50,000.
Three home runs by George
Harpor helped the Cardinals trim
Larry Benton, the Giants' ace, 8
to 5. in the opener.
By breaking even the Cardinals
retained their two game lead overj
the Giants. They meet here Sat
urday in the third game of the
First game: R H E
Cardinals 8 11 2
Giants 5 12 0
Sherdel and Wilson; Benton,
Scott and Hogan.
Second game: R H E
St. Louis . 4 10 2
New: York .7 8 2
Alexander and- Wilson; Hu-bbell
nightcap 9 to 5. Bell hit a home
run with three on in the first inn
ing of the final and Picnich bit
one in the eighth with two on.
First game: R H E
Cincinnati 7 17 1
Boston 2 12 1
Kolp and Sukeforth; R. Smith,
Edwards and Pohrer.
Second game: R H E
Cincinnati 5 12 0
Boston 9 11 0
Ash, Johnson and Picnich;
Cantwell and Taylor.
Boston Gets Even Break
BOSTON, Sept, 20. (AP)-
Cincinnati and Boston split a dou
ble header here today with the
visitors taking the first game 7
to 2iand the Braves winning the
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PittAbnrgh Wins 6-4
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 20.
(AP) Pittsburgh defeated the
Philadelphia Nationals today 6 to
4. Davis of Philadelphia and L.
Waner, Pittsburgh, each hit home
Score: R H E
Pittsburgh 6 11 0
Philadelphia 4 11 2
Hill and Hemsley; Willoaghby
Senators Shade Bells
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20.
(AP) Sacramento and Mission
hooked up in an airtight battle
with the former, 2-1.
Score: jR H E
Sacrameiito 2 8 0
Mlssiona' If 1 9 1
Rachac and Severeid, Koehler;
Knott, Davenport and Baldwin,
Indians Let Oat 13-3
SEATTLE, Sept. 20. (AP)
Roy Johnson's three home runs
helped the San Francisco Seals
swamp the Seattle Indians 13 to
3 here today
Enrolled in Willamette Univer
sity as a member of the Freshman
class is George Scales, of Port
land, a graduate of Franklin high
school In that city. Scales, accord
ing to Coach Keene, will not turn
out for football but is a high class
basketball and baseball man, with
a fine record in these sports at '
To Quit Racing
LONDON. 20. (AP) An ex
change telegram dispatch from j
Budapest today quotes Paavo Nur-.
mi, famous Finnish runner, a
saying he was tired of record
smashing and would retire at the
Although Seattle end of the present season.
San i ,
V. U. Prt. W. I. Pt-t.
53 32 .624iOikWnd 4i 40 .529
M 34 .600Frtlnd 36 4 .424
50 35 .588 lM A. 32 52 .3S1
48 39 .541SaUle 26 58 .810
W. 1.. Pel.! W.
89 & .614'tCioein. 76
87 58 .600 B'klyn 71
Ohiemgo S.1 59 .580( Boton
Piltib b 80 64 .556PhiUdv
4ff 97 .323
42 102 .292
W. L. Pct.l
94 50 .6531 Wh.
93 51 .64 Detroit
79 66 .54WClel d
69 76 47i Boston
W. T. Pet.
67 77 .45
64 81 .441
60 83 .439
51 93 .354
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COAST SCOIES TESTEKDAY
At Portland: Portland 4; I. Anr
At I.oi Ancelet: Oakland 6; Holly
At San Frmneiaeo; Sacrajncnto 2; Mil
At SoattW: San Frmaeiaoo 13; SetU
Prohibition agents in Chicago
raided a dairy the other day and
found milk and cream in large
quantities. Such odd things' do
happen in Chicago. Bend Bulletin.
NATIONAL SCORES TESTERS AT
At N"w York: St. Lonia 8-4; New
Tort 5 7.
At Bo&toa: Cincinnati 7-6: Boston 2-9.
At Pbiladotpnia: Pittsbnrfn 6; Phila
Only throe nmeo scheduled in Na-
AJCEBJCAjr SCORES YESTERDAY
At Detroit: Pnclalelpaia 6; Detroit 1.
At Chieapo: Cbieaco 4; Now Tork 3.
At St. Lonia: St. Iooia 5: Booton 2.
At Cleveland: Washington Cleveland
rama postponed, rain.
An ordinance calling for a bond
issue of 830,000 to "buy new fire
eqn.'pment and pay for a hew fire
hall will be on the November bal
lot at Medford.
" and your old battery
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FORDSON FARM TRACTORS
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transaction through the eyes of the
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the man's shop
Deer Hunters of
Salem Come Back
With Fine Bucks
Deer hunters who have 'been re
turning from their annual trips
.within the last few days, for the
most part bring back reports of
success and evidence to back up
-J. W. Parker and his son killed
one deer each, even though. the
elder Parker failed to kill one
which almost ran into him. 'It
came down the trail so rapidly
"that he did not have time to shoot
until It had -applied the brakes
wheeled and disappeared again.
. Ed. Gabriel and Maurice Wag
ner got the limit, two big bucks
each en their trip to S9.w lake.
Three of the deer ' were three
noint bucks and the fourtn naa
- German dlf flcnltles In making
new fuel rut for their great new
-Zeppelin win hs it-""- appreciat
ed by Mr. " " " .'ork.
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