The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 02, 1929, Page 7, Image 7

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Get Into Action
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Will
II oniglm
FIGHT CARD IS
ARRANGED
Spud Murphy's Backers Say
There'll Be No Funny
Stuff This Time
TOXIGHTK FIGHT CARD
Main Event Red Millet,
Millet, Tort Land. 155, vs. Spud
Marphy, Hnbbard, 155; ten
rounds.
Semi Final Fat Dundee, Sa
lem, 144, vs. Jack Keartwortli,
Salem, 144; six rounds.
Special RosaeM Greene, Sa
lem. ISO, vs. BUI Edelman,
.Portland, ISO; tow ronnds.
Special Jackie Wattenberg
er. Independence, 116, vs. Doc
SaeH, Portland, 110; four
rounds.
Preliminary Ha rry Savage,
118, vs. Floyd Ambrose, Salem,
118; four rounds.
Anybody who think "Red
Muiei is tusi a clown and not a
fighter, will be disabused of that
idea when be goes into action to
night against "Spud" Murphy in
the armory; but It the fans want
advance assurance that Millet can
fight, it Is available In tbe reports
of his bout against "Steamboat"
Jackson at Portland Tuesday .
' Millet pulled his fanny staff for
tnree rounag, figuring that was
what the customers wanted, but in
the fourth he waded in and out
pointed Jackson decisively.
According to Murphy friends.
Millet won't get any time for fun
ny stuff tonight. Murphy's mana
ger, J. H. Friend, has been pot
ting him each day through ten
to twelve rounds of the fastest
rkouts he has ever experienced
Murphy has a special incentive
in his effort to win this bout, for
he wants to prove that he is good
enough to meet Walter Cleghorn
or some other noted fighter here.
He gave Frankie Forbes the hard
est fight be1 has had in Portland.
Forbes has never been knocked
down, but he admitted that Mur
phy came as near putting him
down as any fighter he ever met.
-Marphy was one of the men
Georgie Dixon refused to fight in
the recent period that he claimed
his broken hand had not healed.
Jack Kentworth and Pat Dun
dee, who don't love each other
any more now than they did before-
their draw fight two weeks
ago, wound up strenuous training
Wednesday.
Matchmaker Harry Plant prom
ises that the fans will see real
action when Rus Greene and Bill
Edelman enter the ring. Edelman
halls from Portland and has a
slight edge over Greene in ex
perience. .
Nobody needs any assurance
that Jackie i Wattenberger and
"Doc", Snell will battle until the
spectators elimb up on their seats
and go crazy.
The card was completed Wed
nesday with the signing of Harry
Savage of Albany, who has fought
here a number of times, and Floyd
Ambrose, hard hitting local lad.
ELKS TEAM BEATS
II
The Elks had their antlers
sharpened and ready for action
Wednesday night and as a result
defeated tbe Building Trades
baseball team 9 to 2 in the open
lng game of the Commercial twi
light league. Delmer Russell of
the Elks pitched air tight ball, al
lowing only two hits.
Birch. Building Trades short
stop, made both of that team's
runs, scoring in the first inning
after being hit by a pitched ball,
and In tbe last after singling. He
also starred in the field, making
spectacular running catches,
Giggers, who started on the
mound for the - builders, was
touched freely in the first inning
and allowed five runs although
none of them was earned, his
support failing at the start.
The Elks got two more runs in
the Becond. but Majovski. who
took Giggers' place, held them to
two more for the remainder of
tbe game, Tbe longest bit of the
day was a three bagger by Phil
Hps of the Elks.
Score:
Elks
Player
Jerry
Russell, 3b
Clinton, 2b
Phillips, rf
Shultz, e
Adolph, lb
Yaharo. cf .
Greig, If
AB
i $.
t J
J
R
2
2
1
1
1
2
0
0
H
,0
2
1
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
D. Russell, p
2
Clark, ef 1 0
Totals 25 7 1
Building Trades
Player
Birch, ss .
AB R
H
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
2
a
o
o
e
0
0
0
0
Humphreys, 3b
Weaver, 2b
Baldwin, c . .
E. Barham, It
Frame, ef
Hooper, lb
Mason, rf
Giggers, p
Majovski, p ...
S
2
2
2
2
2
0
2
Totals
.17 2 1 2
rI LEADS AGALV
JOPLTN. Mo., May 1. (AP)
Johnnr Salo, tbe Passlae, N. J,
policeman, won the nd Jan of
C. C, Pile's bunion derby by win
ning the 47 mtles from Miller, Mo.
to Joplin. In 5:51:10. Pete-GT-uwl,
the leader In elapsed time,
finished sixth.
CHURCH LEAGUE TO MEET
All teams of the Sunday -school
baseball league win meet tonight
witsv Bob Boardmam at th T. M.
C. A. at 8 o'clock.
i lis
Speed on Land and Sea
T i
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fesisi W0OD
tsEfcSH. wood erAHEsu vacuus, muccbp.
SrVH) RECORD OP 3S.tZ& WILES PGR HGUfe
m INDIAN NBAS.
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Arrows
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By QUIN HALL
H
AVXNG made an auspicious
start during February and
March in Florida, the speed
boat beys are looking forward to
another busy Summer. With tbe;
outboard nee between Albany
and New York City out of the way,
me nexi meeting wiu oe held at
Cincinnati en May 30. There will
be- a big speedboat gathering in
Peoria, Illinois, on July 4th and at
iSBn-alo.on July Z6th and 28th.
August will be aa especially ac
tive month, the features being the
revival of tbe Gold Cup race, which
win be held this year en tbe
Shrewsbury River at Red Bank.
N. J, August 24th and 25th, and
the meeting in Detroit on August
Slst and September 2nd, which will
include the Harmsworth Trophy
race.
Additional interest in gpeedboat-
ing was stirred up late in March
when bar Wood, builder of motor
boats and racing driver, set a new
world's water speed record of
93.123 miles per hour with Mil)
America VIL .This new record
was established in Indian Creek
at Miami Beach and shattered the
marks for both fresh and salt
water speed. Both of the old
marks were held by Woods craft.
Miss America V, driven by Gar
Wood, set the salt water mark at
ELUOTT SMASHES
IlL-ME MIRKS
J. J. Elliott, of the Elks Cnbs
team In the Club bowling league,
broke tbe Individual game and in
dividual series records for all of
the local leagues In the present
half season, with marks of 258
and 663, respectively, Wednesday
night
The Elks Cubs won two games
out of three from Western Anto
Supply company: the Lions nosed
out by a similar margin over the
Reo Mates, and the Nelson Drug
gists won two out of three from
Associated Oil.
Scores were:
wirrm auto
Brown .129 I S3
14
147
183
134
170
708
418
Laut ,..153 1 43
449
S59
Xtthmaa SOI 223
M.rtin 144 169
447
Xaiioa . 157 17S
ToU'i 784 888
505
3378
rues
185
132
129
V PtUa
Elliott
Xby l.
169
258
149
141
159
870
1S5
178
134
150
163
774
4S9
S63
402
tbrlltoa 187
George 157
Touls 790
428
478
2440
nXaOsT DkUOOISTS
F.ekkla .
Vail
OmkUdorf
Xraais
Xftaoa
Totils
.135
15S
158
118
154
188
764
199
123
135
14
129
725
890
40
-ITS
-177
-124
171
..80
440
414
461
2295
E
ASSOCIATED OIL
1L2 120 122
166 180 121
11S 118 16S
115 150 18S
15 140 188
t75 66S 760
Patter torn
854
418
Wiekert .
405
Konrar .
Lrach
Total
2101
XXO MATX8
188 222
12ft 167
150 150
15S 185
1M 194
774 914
Wlnklar ..
Hmmivi
Ficlas
Grtftor
170
1S5
ise
1SS
170
78S
75
452
450
473
SIS
Da Vault
Tatals
2476
1101
181 161
IS 17T
i5 ise
15 15S
ISO tit
77 IM
HaCkias
Haay
Ualar
183
14S
ise
143
ise
S54
SOS
452
454
4SS
S41
Orota
yitxferald
Tatatt
S499
TENNIS CLUB MEETS
Fifteen members ot the Tennis
club of the T. M. C. A. met Wed
nesday afternoon In the cymni
slum to pracfUaV strokes. After
eeveral weeks of Indoor practice
tbe boys will begin play on regula
tion courts.
Read the Classified Ads.
MUAMI
THff CAR IA) WHICH
speed skcoto
TTHJE5 AN HOUR AT DAYTOMA BEACH. PLA
IN MARCH-
Britala rirt i
4.80.4 miles an hour over tbe same-fit
course back in 1927. while the
fresh water record ef 92.938 was
made last Summer at Detroit with
George Wood, Gar's brother, driv
ing Miss America VH.
The new mark, made March 26,
was an average for six trials, con
sisting of three runs up the meas
ured mile course and three run
back ever the same route. His
fastest speed was attained fm the
first heat, when Gar hurried the
craft along at the rate of 94.12
miles an hour. Officials who
clocked the performance feel that
tne shattering ef the fresh water
mark in the brine of the course
in Indian Creek indicates as even
faster mark at Detroit this coming
Summer.
Wood's record-breaking feats
came about a week after he had
been defeated in the Biscayne Ba7
regatta by Major H. O. D. Se
grave in a special two-heat race,
through the breaking quadrant on
Miss America VII, on the first day
of the meet. Wood was unable
to finish that day, and, as a eon
sequence, all the British speed
demon was required to do in order
to win, was to finish the following
day. Even this was found to be a
difficulty. For the first three laps
he attemnted to keeD no the furious
pace set by Wood. At this point
bis boat, damaged by a log which
CnrrUkL IKt. Klac Ti
2 National
Games End
In 4-4 Tie
CINCINNATI. May 1. (AP)
The Cubs and the Reds battled to
a 4 to -4 tie In thirteen innings
here today. The game was' called
while there was still light enongh
to play. The Chicago team had to
catch a train for Philadelphia. The
Reds tied the score with two runs
in the ninth, and ended the thir
teenth with the bases filled.
R H E
Chicago 4 10 t
Cincinnati 4 13 0
Bush and Grace: Luque, Ash,
Rlxey and Goocb, Dixon.
ST. LOUIS. May 1. (AP)
Tbe St, Louis Cardinals and tbe
Pittsburgh Pirates battled to a 4
to 4 tie today, the game being
called at the end of the 13th inn
ing because of darkness.
K a s
Pittsburgh .4 15 4
St. Louis 4 14 z
Hill, Ewetonle, Brame and
Hemsley, Hargraves. Sherdel and
Smith.
New
York at Brooklyn
wet grounds.
post-
poned;
JMESE BALL 9
BEATS BIBI
SEATTLE. May 1. (AP) Led
by its star hurler. M. Makamnha,
who held the University of Wash
ington batsmen to five bits, tne
Metjl basebal team defeated the
Huskies 4 to Lhere today to make
the aeries end one aU.
Washington took yesterday's
contest.
R H E
Meiil 4 t 1
TTL f W. .1 4
Makamnra and Tesuka; Davis
and Kratx.
smm PliAXXED
Members of the beginners class
f th T. M. C. A. will take the
ftnt nf a aeries ot Saturday hikes
this week. Painter's woods is tbe
tentative destination. HI-T mem
bers will be leaders of the tramp.
ffcrrxzBKr vraLDCte. Alt
VMCfla? pkwer op cuwja.
HE SEf A NEW UteUXS'
making Z3i .3624-
struck the first day, sprung
leak, and he bad all be could do to
keep it afloat, and finished at a
snail's pace.
But, as a result, the Englishman
won tii world's motorboat cham
pionship, and. following the win
ning of laurels in his sneedy rac
ing car, the Golden Arrow, at Day
tona Beach, just prior to the re
gatta at Biscayne Bay, be carried
back to England with him two
speed titles.
Following the death of Lee
Bible, the mechanic -driver who
piloted the United States car in aa
effort to better the mark set by
Segrave and Traub, the photo
grapher, who was unfortunate
enough to be In the path of the
careering, ear. iwis doubtful if any
more speedy events will be held on
the beach at Daytona.
But speedboat racing win con
tinue. Wood, according to late re
ports, plans to scrap Miss America
Vll and build a new craft which he
hopes will be even speedier than
his present boat. Whether or not
this will be done for the coming
meets is problematical but Wood
will undoubtedly be represented
wherever speedboat racing is held.
No regatta woald be really com
plete without an entry piloted by
Gar Wood. And next Winter he
will be on deck to give Major Se
grave another thrill I
Linfield Pupils
Visit In Salem
Members ot the sociology class
of Linfield college were in the
city Wednesday to visit several of
the state Institutions. A tour of
inspection was made through the
girls' training school, the feeble
minded school and the state hos
pital.
Students at Linfield are very
pleased 'with new building work
on the campus there, several
members of the party reported. A
new administration building has
been completed this year and a
newt dormitory for girls wiU pro
bablf be erected this summer.
The New
Barney Boot
Buster Brown-Shoe
Store '
MISSION BEATS
PORTLAND 5-0
Reds Again Wallop Oregon
Team as Indians Whip
Hollywood Nine
SAN FRANCISCO. May 1.
(AP) The league leading Mission
Reds pat another victory in the
bag today when Merton Nelson
held the Portland Ducks to eight
hits and blanked the visitors. 6-0.
"Fuoy- Hufft. Mission left field
er, was the leading offender at the
plate with a homer, double and
single In four trips. Tbe winners
put over four runs In the sixth.
Score:
R H E
Portland 0 8 1
Missions 5 11 0
Mahaffey, Chesterfield and
Bates; Nelson and Hoffman.
Indiana Coming Up
LOS ANGELES. May 1. (AP)
The Seattle Indians made It two
straight over Hollywood here to
day with a IS to 10 decision in a
wild slugfest.
Both, sides hammered oat the
same number of hits, 16, but the
Indians made theirs count for
more. Among tne 3Z saieties were
home runs by Dudley Lee, Holly
wood shortstop and Fred Knothe,
Oscar Eckhardt, and Wally Hood.
ef the Indian forces.
R H E
Seattle 15 Is 3
Hollywood 1 1 1
Graham, Lamanskl .and Cox,
Stelnecke; Hulvey, Kinney, Mc
Cabe, Marty, Stanley and Bassler,
Sypher.
Oaks Trim Seals
OAKLAND, Cal., May 1. (AP)
- Oakland's Oaks did a lot of
timely hitting today to defeat the
Seals, 8-5, and even np the series.
Walter Mails, left hander, was
driven to the showers when a walk
and four hits brought in four runs.
Turpin and Jones, who followed.
also were hit hard. Craghead allowed-tbe
Seals ten hits but his
team mates turned in better sup
port. K rl Hi
San Francisco 5 10 1
Oakland 10 2
Malls and Reed; Craghead and
Read.
Sacs Shade Angels
SACRAMENTO. May 1 (AP)
Sacramento walked off with the
first game of the series with Los
Angeles here today 10 to 9 in a
wild affair that lasted 2 hours and
20 minutes. Overcoming a big lead
the Senators tallied six times in
the sixth inning to tie np the game.
They came back with 2 in the sev
enth to tie again and win. Plitt
started for the Angels but couldn't
hold on to a big lead. Miller, tiou
ing and Peters later getting In.
Keatine hurled for the Sacs.
R H E
Anireles 9 10 1
Sacramento i A
Plitt. Miller. Hally. Peters and
Sanrfors? Keatine. Bryan and
Koehler.
Ll
CORVALLIS. Ore.. May 1.
(AP) Oregon evened series with
Oregon State taking game 7-6
with sensational rally in ninth
with Oregon State leading one run
wiiii (wa nut In ninth. Eppsl
singled over short and Parks hit
i.. .mnmipr nast second wmcn
frtrhel Into home run, giving
itM iari Staters in their half
ninth filled bases with two outs
when Hammer pmcn nnung
. fisf Onavle homed In sec-
- ctatora with one on. SXI
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noail in came.
i""-u"" " R H E
Oregon State College. 6 8 J
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n.v.. 'vniior. McDonald and
- Wosdie; Cloys, Nightingale, uoui
tinghouse ana mapie.
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QB WINS
GAME
FROM ASSIES
Men
Law glaze' calf skin
Black Valour calf
High polished leather
For women .. . $13.85
For Men $16.85
Women
KEIiSO HAS BIG GUNS
jp
First Class Hurling Necessary to Halt Trio
4 J e$ C 3(t y 3fL
HEAVY HITTING LOOMS
Pitching In the Oregon-Washington
baseball league will have
to be a tougher brand than was
dished up in tbe Willamette Val
ley league last season if the other
clubs hope to stop the fence bust
ing trio that Kelso brought back
home after they had played one
season with. the Bend Eagles in
last year's ill-fated circuit
The trio Includes Rentfrow, sec
ond baseman; Trammer, shortstop
and Burdge, who played left field
tor Bend but Is located at third
base for the Timber Wolves.
Despite the handicap of a
change of altitude nearly every
week, these three big guns all hit
la the neighborhood of .590 both
halves of the season for Bend, aid
were Important factors In that
club's season victory.
BEARCATS TO FACE
Favored this year with the best
hitting and fielding team that he
has had since taking over the
coaching at Willamette university,
"Spec" Keene Is badly in the bole
with respect to pitching, and this
factor may spoil the Bearcats'
first real opportunity to take a
Northwest conference champion
ship. Ledbetter, who pitched the best
game of his career against. Lin
field last Saturday, was troubled
even then by a lame shoulder, and
it has been worse since that game.
If he cannot get the kinks out of
it soon, Keene will hare only one
dependable man for box work,
Kimlnki; and even though the
Bearcats by virtue of good hitting
and air tight fielding .might win
the western division title, it will
take more than one pitcher to win
a championship series from Whit
man. Keene is grooming McMullin In
hopes that he will be able to do
some of the heaving, and he looks
promising but hasn't had a real
test yet.
The Bearcat miield is un
doubtedly the strongest that Wil
lamette has had for at least ten
years, and the outer gardens are
also well protected. Much of the
team a strength In the field Is al
so attributable to the remarkable
receiving of Cardinal, who is re
ported already to have drawn the
attention of some scouts for or
ganised ball clubs.
SiLEM TRUCK TEAM
ST. MIRK'S
The Salem high school track
team will compete against track
and field athletes of St. Mary'
high school at that institution'
grounds west of Portland, Satur
day ot this week, it was announced
Wednesday by Louis Anderson of
the local school.
The
MEETS
"Last
be driven
Southern Pacific still
building with the WesL
The 60th annireriary of the
driving of the Golden Stake, May
10, Southern Pacific s Golden
Jubilee, finds this western railroad
soil building. Wcaponed with
erode tools, courage and vision,
die early pioneer had hand-carved
a way to the new West With the
vision of the pioneer, the West
has carried on, and With if, step
bf step, Southern Pacific hat
bottdea.
In the last five years Southern
Pacific has built more new line
than any other railroad in the
In fifteen yean Southern Pacific
Aeroil tf4
datrtiirtct
4 tbonix
ll iST
wr i
As a matter of fact, the pitching
in the new league does appear to
be faster, for the triumvirate has
done nothing remarkable In the
two games so far played.
Trummer has gathered only one
hit in six times at bat, Rentfrow
one in eight, and Burdge one in
eight. That leads to the suspicion
that the boys who clubbed so heav
ily in the Willamette Valley league
may be just fair in the Oregon
Washington circuit; but it's more
likely that they Just havent got
ten started.
At any rate, Kelso has plenty
of other sluggers. Wilson, former
C. P. S. star, has garnered five
hits out of nine times at bat, and
Vitous, first baseman, six out of
eight.
The Salem high baseball team
defeated St. Mary's by a close
score here recently, but whether
the runners, jumpers and weight
throwers can do as well remains
to be seen.
Tryouts were being conducted
by Coach Anderson Wednesday
afternoon, and his entries for the
meet Saturday will be announced
today.
The middleweight division, at
least, will be plentifully supplied
with contestants when the local
A. A. U. wrestling tournament is
held at the Y. M. C. A. May 14,
reports Stanley Frye, who is man
aging the event. Middleweight
are appearing in droves to an
nounce their intention of com
peting. The six weights in which cham
pionships will be decided are as
follows:
Featherweight, 12 pound lim
it; lightweight, 135; welter
weight, 147; middleweight, 160;
light heavyweight, 175; heavy
weight. STRINGIER LEWIS
DEFEATS STEIS
LOS ANGELES, May 1 (AP)
'Strangler" Lewis, former
heavyweight wrestling champion,
scored one of the most decisive
victories of his long string of en
counters with Joe Stecher, also
erstwhile champion, by pinning
the Dodge City, Iowa, wrestler to
the mat twice in 41 minutes to
night Lewis won the best two
out of three falls match, tbe f 10,
000 purse, and Stecher's diamond
studded championship belt, by
throwing the latter in 16 minutes,
two seconds In the second fall,
and 4 minutes 18 seconds in the
third fall, of the match.
has buik 1481 miles of new line
at a cost of 88 million dollars. Of
this, 40 million dollars has been
spent in Northern California and
Oregon.
Through the barrier of the
mighty Cascades it has created &
new north and south railway. It
has double-tracked its Ovesxand
Rounline over the Sierra. Anew
main line has been buik through
Arizona. From Wendcl, Califor
nia, to Lakevirw, Oregon, has
been broad-gtaged.
Now Southern Pacific is com
pleting a short line trsnsconrinen
tal railway through Southern Ore
gon and Northern California. The
Cascade Cne of the SHASTARcxm
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ATHLETICS GET1
241
Philadelphia Club Piles Up
Tremendous Score In
Tilt With Boston
BOSTON. May 1. (AP)
Crashing out a single and a home
run against the Red Sox in the
sixth inning here today, Al Sim
mons led the Athletics In a ten ,
run assault upon Boston pitching,
the greatest attack yet concen
trated into a single round this sea
son, rimmons d Tires ran his
string to five straight for tbe
game, two were en oase wnen
be hit his home run. The out
burst gave tbe A's a lead ef It to
2. and Connie Mack withdrew Bob
Grove to save him. Orwoll then
entered the box. Durham and
Bayne were Boston pitching vic
tims ot the ten run drive.
R H B
Philadelphia Z4 29 0
Boston S IX 5
Grove, Orwoll and Cochrane,
Perkins; M. Gaston. Durham,
Bayne, Carroll and A. Gaston.
CLEVELAND. May 1. (AP)
The Cleveland Indians lost their
fifth straight game today, falling
before the league-leading St,
Louis Browns, 4 to 3.
R H B
St. Louis 4 10 0
Cleveland 5 8 1
Crowder and Schang; Farrell,
Holloway and L. Sewell.
Washington at New York, post
poned, rain.
Detroit-C h 1 c a g o, postponed,
rain.
A Virginia house wrecker Is
living over again the dreams of
boyhood. His latest lob, is to de
stroy the school he attended six
years.
SIMDING
idoF THE CLUBS
COAST LEAGUE
W L lVt. W L Pet.
Vinioa 22 10 .688 Sac'to 18 18 .500
I A. 19 16 .53 nolly. ..14 15 .468
Oakl. ... 19 17 .528Portlanfi 13 17 ,4SS
San F. -19 18 .SOOjSrattle - 9 21 .890
NATIONAL USAQT7B
W I, Pet. W
..8 1 .890 Phila. S
..8 S .615jPittab. 4
Li Prt
6 .455
S .400
8 .385
8 .278
Bostoa
St. L
Chicaro 7
n. r. ..4
S .583 Cinei 5
4 .500 Brook'a .8
AMEBICAV LEAGTTE
W b Pet. W
St. I 11 4 .7S3jBotom 4
Phil. 6 4 .667 Detroit 8
X. Y. 6 4 .600CeTl. S
Cbicara ..8 6 .500iWah. 8
L Pet
6 .400
8 .385
9 .357
9 .259
RESULTS
COAST LEAGUE
Mieaioni 5; Portland "th
Seattle 15; Hollywood 10.
Oakland 8; San Francisco S.
Sacramento 10.; Loa Angeles f.
VATIOJIAX. UAOTB
Cincianati 4; Chicago 4.
Pittsburgh 4; 6t. Loala 4.
AHEKICAH LEAQUS
St. Louis 4; Cleveland 8.
Philadelphia S4; Boston 8.
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60 MaylO
Ronnitrif ticktls for 60 of the
tegular out way fare Good in
Pullmans.
This means that if the on way
fare is 10 you will be able to I
make tbe romndtrip for 6.00.
In effect between any two points
, on Southern Pacific's Pacific Lines. 1
Minimum roundaip fare 50 cents.
On sale Friday. May 10. Trip
most be started that day. Return .
limit midnight, Tuesday. May 14.
Some examples of round trips:
Portland 1.13
Ban Fraactac ..... 15.05
Medford 6.60
VICTORY
Klamath Falls 6.45
will never
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and the Oydxand Routs will
be ff?flsTPTTyjsj
From less than 700 miles in
1869 to 16,920 miles today is bur
one way of recording Southern
Pacific's 0 years of work.
Behind this cold fact of miles
buik is the epic story of the devel
opmenc of the West. A story of
progress mdeubly written in the
traditions of the West.
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