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Senior Orangemen Defeat Husky Frosk in Crew Race
The OREGON STATESBIAN. Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, May 18, 1929
EVENT IS FIRST
Intercollegiate Rowing Is
Ushered in at Oregon
CORVALUS, Ore., May 17
(AP) Intercollegiate rowing
made It bow to sport fans here
today when the Oregon State se
nior eight, campus champions, de
feated the University of Washing
ton freshmen by Just three thril
ling feet. Both teams broke the
- course record.
Oregon State rowed the two
mile coarse in 14:30 and Wash
lngton in 14:31. the former re
cord Is 15 flat. Washington start
ed with 29 strokes against 31 us
ed by Oregon.
At the end of the first mile the
Staters lead by one length and
held the advantage until near the
finish line where Washington
stepped up a stroke to 37, spurt
ing strongly to all but take the
As Oregon State crossed the
line Bob Young, stroke and as
sistant coach, collapsed Into the
water but was saved by attendants
in a boat.
A large crowd lined the banks
and cneered the finish. In a pre
liminary consolation class race,
the sophomores defeated the
Juniors by two lengths.
Washington frosh Oregon State
Jansen 1 Pedemont
.Donahue 2 Beach
Campbell 3 Crump
Fuller .......4 Crandall
Williamson . . . 5 v Gayer
Urquhart 6 Crowston
Baker 7 Ackerman
Koch 8 Young
Benz Cox Smith
WASHINGTON. May 17. (AP)
Jladley held Philadelphia to
five hits today but inability of
Washington to group its seven
bingles off Grave gave the Athlet
ics the opening game of the ser
ies 4 to 1. Connie Mack's prize
left hander had the Nationals
blanked until the ninth inning al-
though he was wild and walked
six men. He struck out seven,
Ituel got the only extra base blow
of the game, a double.
R H E
Philadelphia 4" 5 1
Washington ...l 7 1
Grove and Cochrane: Hadley,
Marberry and Ruel, Tate.
Yankees Drubbed Again
NEW YORK, May 17. ( AP) J
The Yankees opened their home
stand today by dropping a 11 inn
ing game to the Red Sox by a 5
to 3 score. Each team got 11 hits
In the pitching duel between Ed
Morris and Waite Hoyt. It was
the fifth straight defeat for the
R H E
Boston 5 11 2
New York 3 11 0
Morris and Heving; Hoyt and
St. Louis Shades Cleveland
ST. LOUIS. May 17. (AP)
The St. Louis Browns won from
the Cleveland Indians today 7 to
6. and thus went Into second
place while the New York Yan
kees dropped to third.
R H E
Cleveland 10 2
St. Louis , 7 12 0
Miljus, WT. Ferrell, Holloway
and Myatt: Ogden, Blaeholder,
Collins and Schang.
Tiger Lose to White Sox
DETROIT, May 17. (AP)
The Chicago White Sox defeated
the Detroit Tiger?, 6 to 2, here to
day. Urban Faber went the route
Chicago 6 1 0
Detroit 2 S 3
Faber and Crouse; Whitehill
The Elks defeated the Knights
of Columbus in Friday night's
Commercial league twilight base
ball game, 7 to 2. The Elks scored
two rnns on Clinton's three bag
jter In the first inning, and four
more in the second inning, driving
Mier from the mound. Wolfe re
lieved btm and was nicked for one
run in-the fourth.
The Knights scored a run In
the Becond inning and one in the
third, bases on balls contributing
In each case.
Jorv ss 3
Phillies. 3b 2
Perry, jf 2
Zosel, lb . .
Shelton, c .
Gregg, cf .
Adolph, p .
20 7 S 1
K. of C.
Varley, ss ..
Meyers, 2 b . .
W. Segnin, If
Comfort, cf .
E. Segnin, 3b
Wolfe, p ...
Nil 6HT 61
Beat Washington's Yearlings . QRFGON
1 li i Pi S li T WINNER
This eight-man senior shall crew
Willamette to win the right to meet
17, ia the first intercollegiate competition for this sport which hasleaped into popularity at Oregon
State college. Saturday, May 25, the same crew will meet the eight
Those in the picture are, above. Bob Young, Corvallis, sasistant coach
Brace Crandall, Seaside, assistant
William Crowston, Corbett; George Gayer, Portland; Bruce Crandall, Thomas Crump, Lakeview ; Ken.
neth Beach, Corvallis; and David Pedemont, CorvallLs. Below is .Philo Smith, cox.
University Pair Defeat
Comers in Coast Con
By FRANK G. GORRIE.
Associated Press Sports Writer
SEATTLE. May 17 (AP)
The University of Oregon took a
lion's share of honors in the sec
ond annual Pacific Coast confer-
pence golf -tournament here today
when the combination 'of Don Moe
' and George Will won the 1929
I team championship, and the form-
I er player copped the individual
Playing a brilliant but consis
tent brand of golf. Moe, Oregon
state amateur champion, scored
an even par for the 72 holes in
the two day tournament. His to
tal was 23S.
Takes Second Place
What honors were left in the
championship play were copped by
the University of Washington. The
Husky two man team, composed
of Chuek Hunter and Dick Rich
mond, finished next to Oregon
for the team cup. while Hunter,
Washington and British Columbia
amateur titleholder, was runnerup
for the individual crown. Hunter
won last year's title at San Fran
cisco. Oregon's combined team score
for the 72 holes was 594. Wash
ington took 19 strokes mote than
the Webfooters for a total of
Title Defenders Put
Bark In Third Place
The Stanford combination,
which was defending its 1923
championship, finished third, Uni
versity of California at Los An
geles, fourth; Southern Calif or
nia. fifth; California sixth, and
Montana seventh. The Oregon
State College team was disquali
fied yesterday when Walter Man
ville picked up his ball on the
In the individual contest, Will
dropped to third place after hold
ing down the second n'otch yes
terday and this morning. Dick
Kicnmona oi Washington won
fourth place and Gibson Dunlap
of U. C. L. A. and Warner Ed-j
monds of Stanford tied for fifth.
The team and individual scores
were as follows:
Oregon 594: Moe 288, Will 306.
Washington 613: Hunter 303,
Stanford 626: Dunlap 312, Lar
ry Staley 314.
U. C. L. A. 647; Dunlap 213,
Rod Houser 325.
U. S. C. 649: Allan Moser 321,
Ellis Eckles 328.
California 651: George McDan
iel 322. Clark Potter 329.
Montana 771: Eddie Chinske
366, Maurice Wedum 405.-
Oregon State: (team disqualifi
ed) Hugh Fitzgerald 327 for in
Moe was the only player, to
break par on the 18 hole course
and he accomplished the feat
twice, once yesterday and once to
day. He also evened par on his
other round today.
By 6 To 2 Score
1 SILVERTON, May 17. The
LSllverton - high, school baseball
team was defeated 6 to 2 by Wood-
barn high in a gam today which
market! -tit dedication of the new
athletic field here.
Woodbarn scored one ran in the
fourth inning, two in the fifth,
one in tie sixth and two in the
eighth. Sllverton's two rnns were
scored in the sixth Inning. Joe
Kaaberger of ML Angel umpired
Dedication exercises Just before
the game started, included an ad- right to the chin after being fool
dress by L. C Eastman, mayor of ed several times In the second see
has defeated the other three clam
the University of tf ashingtoa freshman crew Friday afternoon. May
coach. Crew, from left, "Bob Young, George Ackerman, Sojnpter;
"W Ij Pet. W Ti Pet.
35 13 .729 HollT 21 25 .457
.29 23 .558 Portland 20 26 .435
.29 23 .558 8ae'to ... 22 31 .415
27 25 .519 Seattle ..15 32 .319
W Ij Pet. W L
16 8 .6G7;Cinci U 13
...16 9 .64011'hila 10 12
..14 10 .583 X. Y 8 13
St. L. .
12 10 .545!Brook'n. ..7 17 .292
W L Pet. W I. Pet.
...13 8" .R23!C!ovt d ..12 14 .462
..16 10 615Chicago -.11 16 .407
...13 9 .591!Wanh 8 14 .384
.17 13 .567BostoH ..:.B 16 .333
N Y. .
Portland 2; Seattle O.
Sacramento 9; Oakland 1.
San Francisen 6; Lot Angeles 2.
Mission 12; Hollywood 11.
PftUbnrRh 6; St. Louii 2.
New York 9; Boston 5 (10 innings)
Chicago V; Cincinnati 3.
Brooklyn 14; Philadelphia 13.
Chicago 6; Detroit 2.
Boston 5: New York 3.
Philadelphia 4: Washington 1.
St. Louis 7; Cleveland 6.
BOSTON. May 17. (AP) A
rally with two out in the tenth
inning gave the Giants their first
victory of the series over the
Braves today by a 9 to 5 score
The Giants tallied four times in
the tenth after Boston had tied
the count in the ninth. Travis
Jackson hit his sixth home run of
the season for the Giants.
R H E
New York 9 16 0
Boston 5 16 3
Mays, Fitzsimmons and O'Far
rell; Jones and Taylor.
Pittsburgh Beats Cards
PITTSBURGH. Pa.. May 17.
(AP) Pittsburgh evened the ser
ies with St. Louis here today, win
ning 6 to 2. Hafey of the Cardi
nals hit a home run in the second
R H E
St. Louis 2 7
Pittsburgh 6 10
Alexander and Wilson; French
Robins Outslug Phillies
PHILADELPHIA, May 17.
(AP) The Brooklyn Robins out
slugged the Phillies today to win
their first game after nine de
tects. The score was 14 to 13.
The Robins collected 17 hits off
six pitchers, while four Robin
hurlers yielded 17 hits.
R H E
Brooklyn 14 17
Philadelphia 1.3 18
Clark, Ferguson, Moss, Ballou
and Picinich; Roy, Elliott, Mllli
an, McGraw, Holloway, Wit
loughby and Davis, Lerian.
Cubs Trim Cincinnati
CHICAGO. May 17. (AP)-
The Cubs opened their home stay
by trouncing Cincinnati 9 to 3 be
hind Blake's fine pitching. Wil
son and Grimm hit homers in the
sixth when Chicago scored five
Cincinnati 3 6
Chicago 9 11
Donohue, Ash and Gooch, Dix
on; Blake and Gonzales.
Al Singer Easily
NEW YORK, May 17 (AP)
Ignacio Fernandez, game little
brown man from the Philippines,
scored a sensational knockout
over Al Singer, New York feather
weight idol in the. third round of
a featured ten round, match in
Madison Square Garden tonight,
Fernandei finished Singer with a
teams in intramural races on the
from Sacramento Junior college.
and stroke; J. C. Othns, coach;
Fullerton Poles Homer in
Seventh With Bates on
to Cinch Game
SEATTLE. May 17. (AP)
Fullerton's home run in the sev
enth with Bates on base gave the
Portland ' Ducks another victory
over the Seattle Indians here to
day by a 2 to 0 score. Seattle's
four hits were scattered and Ful
lerton was master of his oppon
ents at all times.
R H E
Portland 2 10 0
Seattle 0 4
Fullerton and Bates; House,
Lamanskl and Borreani.
Seals Come Back
LOS ANGELES, May 17. (AP)
The San Francisco Seals, off to
an early lead, evened up the ser
ies with Los Angeles to two-all
with a six to two victory today.
Hollis Thurston held the An
gels to six hits and was in trou
ble in only the seventh inning
when Los Angeles bunched three
hits for their two tallies.
The Seals got off to a flying
start by scoring three runs in the
first frame on a walk and three
hits, one of which went for a dou
ble when Webb lost Suhr's high
fly in the sun.
R H E
San Francisco 6 10 1
Los Angeles .....2 6 1
Thurston and Adamson; Peters,
Miller and Sandberg.
Sacs Trounce Oaks
SACRAMENTO, May 17.
(AP) Ed Bryn was in splendid
form and held the Oaks to five
hits today while his mates pound
ed three hurlers for a 9 to 1 win.
The win evened the series at two
all. Dumovich started for the Oaks
and was knocked out of the box
in the fourth in favor of Kasslch
who yielded to Buzz Arlett In the
seventh with the bags full and
none out. Busz worked out with
out a run, but was touched for
tally In the eighth. Score.
R H E
Oakland 1 5
Sacramento 9 11
Dumovich, .Kassich, Arlett and
Read; Bryan and Severeid.
Reds Shade Stars
SAN FRANCISCO, May 17.
(AP) The Mission Reds defeat
ed Hollywood in a baseball slug
fest here today, 12 to 11. Holly
wood got 21 hits, including a
home run each by Rumler and Ca-
vet, while the Reds hit, safely 18
times, including two circuit drives
by Boone. Each team used three
R H E
Hollywood 11 21 1
Missions 12 18 1
Shellenbach, Cavet, McCabe and
Bassler. Cook, Nelson, Nevers,
Krause and Baldwin.
Fight By Hitting
After Bell Rings
BOSTON, May 17. (AP) Ri
cardo Bertazzolo, huge Italian
heavyweight, won on a foul from
Jimmy Maloney of Boston in the
fourth round in the Boston s Gar
den feature bout here tonight. Ma
loney dropped the Italian with a
hard hook after the bell sounded
to end the fourth round and Ref
eree Joe O'Connor promptly dis
NET STARS OX TOUR
The Willamette university men's
tennis team denarted Friday af
ternoon for Tacoma, to play the
College of Puget Sound racquet
eers. Willamette won decisively
in a previous aeries of -matches
Bradshaw Harrison Takes 2
Matches and Advances
to Third Round
LOS ANGELES, May 17 (AP)
The University pt Washington
was elmllnated from the singles
play of the Pacific coast-conference
tennis championships here
today when Its two entrants. Wil
liams Newkirk and Winfield Lang
ley, met with defeat in opening
Francis Hardy of the University
of Southern California, was forced
to three sets before eliminating
Newklrk, 6-4. 2-6. 6-2. John
Wheatly of Stanford, and a fav
orite in the singles play, defeated
Langley with little trouble, 6-0.
Bradshaw Harrison, the Uni
versity of Oregon's star entry, at
tained the third round with a
brace of victories this morning.
On his march, Harrison won from
Jack Herbst of Southern Califor
nia, 6.3, 6-2. And Frank West
smith, University of California,
at Los Angeles, 6-3, 6-3.
Hardy later scored a 6-2, 6-3,
victory over Lockwood of the Uni
versity of Oregon, for his second
wra of the day.
Johnny Doeg of Stanford Uni
versity defeated Leonard D. Wor-
kni of the University of California
at Los Angeles, 0-6, 6.3, 6-4.
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RUPERT VERY GRIEVED
Manager of Alco Club Sorry for Salem
HE'S SURE OF WINNING
"Tell the boys I'm sorry Salem
is going to he the victim, bat I
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said the Hon. Clyde Rupert, hot
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PULLMAN, Wash.. May 17.
(AP) Nightingale, superb Ore
gon State southpaw held Wash
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pitcher as there is in the league,"
he declared. "He pitched for
Marshalltown in the Mississippi
Valley league last year, and was
plenty good there. He pitched
nice ball up at Kelso in our first
game, and we outhit the Timber
Wolves, but they nosed us out in
the eighth inning when this col
lege boy Wilson hit a homer."
The Albany team aUv has
shown in' its two games that it has
the power at bat that was lack
ing last year. At Kelso. Wolfer
and Burke got three hits each,
Hecker and Duffy two each. This
catcher Duffy is reported to be a
real find. Last Sunday at Albany
against Longview. the Alcos got
ten hits, Wolfer and Ross garner
ing two each.
The Beavers had two big inn
ings, the second and ninth, to
score four and two runs, respec.
tively, on a whole flock qf Cougar
errors. Quayler-Beaver Shortstop,
hit for the circuit in the fourth
with the bases empty. The second
game of the series will be played
R H E
Oregon State 4 10 10 4
Washington State ... 3 S 5
Nightingale and Maple; McDow.
ell, Jones, Cragin and Buzzard, F.
kind of Job Printing
Willamette Team Will Play
Whitman for Northwest
Conference Title J-
N. W. COXFKRKXCE
Willamette U 5 0
Pacific U 2 t
Puget Sound 0 1
Linfieid 0 4
LINFIELD COLLEGE. McMinn
ville. Ore., May 17 (AP)
Willamette university defeated
Linfieid 6 to 4 in their final
Northwest conference baseball
game here today. Hauk, Bearcat
third baseman, and Hugg, Wild
cat pitcher, were the heroes of the
day. each making difficult catches
with the bases loaded.
R H E
Willamette 10 1
Linfieid 4 10 4
Majovski. Ledbetter and Cardi
nal; Hugg and Weaver.
The Willamette team, undefeat
ed in the western division of the
Northwest conference, will prob
ably leave Sunday for Walla Walla
to play Whitman college for the
conference title, although negotia
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