4'- f; i. : I- , S: I: ?;: - .. si 4 ,- .; c f .'! :' :j- t . 4-' PAGE TEN LEA FIRST IF OF SEASON TODAY 0 Oregon-Washington Base ball Circuit Wiii Wind Up Its Schedule ORE.-WASH. LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Longview 7 Kelso 6 Mt. Scott 3 Salem .?. Albany 2 I Montavilla i...2 .778 .667 .429 .3 33 .333 GAMES TODAY Albany at Salem- OlinRer fipld, 2:30 p. m. Exhibition game with Yalsetx at 10 a. m. Mt. Scott at Krlso. Longview at Montavilla. Probable Raleni Quinn, cf Lamb, 2b Cloninger. If Sullivan, lb Sutherland, rf Hafenfeldt, 3b Gibson, S3 Cardinal, c Russell, p I,in ups Albany Jcnks, If Wclfer, Wilkinson, F.urke, Hecker, 2b 3b lb ES Eigbee, rf Landing, cf Duffy, c Harris, p The Oregon-Washington league winds up the first half of its Bea soti today, with each game carry Ins a special significance. If Long view beats Montavilla, the Forest Rangers win the first half cham pionship; likewise if Kelso loses to Mt. Scott. If Longview loses and Kelso wins, they are tied, and their next game, the following Sunday. Here in Saiem the championship in reverse is, in a way, at stake, al though Longview is also involved in the struggle for cellar honors. Which is saying. nothing against any of the three teams. Salem and Albany, at least, right now are as strong as the leaders. If Longview loses, Salem will escape the cellar even though it loses also. Albany To Bring Strong Tram Here Albany has the edge on today's game here, in view of its recently recruited strength and the tight pitching Harris has been doing since he quit wearing himself out with midweek games. The Senators are in excellent form, however. Three games last week and' an extra contest this forenoon are expected to improve ' their collective battin' eye. The lineup will be the same as last Sunday, with Russell on the mound. His effective work against Mt. Scott last Sunday and against Albany Thursday indicate that his delivery is steadily becoming hard er to solve. Since he is still a youngster, pitching on Thursday Isn't expected to diminish his ef fectiveness today. Yalsrtz Loaded For Salem Crew The morning game against Val setz, starting at 10 o'clock, also promises to be more of a ball game than some of the fans sus pect. If the supporters of the Val setz team know anything about It, their team is "hot." And they are just as outspoken about saying so as Med ford fans about their bas ketball team. Emerson, former Pacific uni versity star, is slated to pitch for Valsetz, and Wayne Barham will do the heaving for the Senators. Another member of the Valsetz team is Shackman, who played center field for the Senators and did some effective hitting In- the early part of last seaeon. Pirates Win From Cubs Score 7 to 4 CHICAGO. June 22. (AP)- Pittsburgh Increased its lead over the Chicago Cubs by taking the second game of the series today. 7 to 4.j , .! , R H E Pittsburgh 7 14 0 Chicago 4 7 9 , Kremer and Hargreaves; Blake, 'Root and Gonzales. Cards Trim Reds CINCINNATI, June 22. (AP) The Cardinal won a free hit- ; ting game from the Reds here to- Tlay, 11 to 3. R II E t. Lowis 11 14 X Cincinnati 8 8 4 Haines and Wilson; Donoahu, J. May. Kolp and Sukeforth. v BOSTON. June 22. (AP) The Braves and Robins divided shutouts in the doubleheader to day. Brooklyn won the first game 3 t 0 and Boston took the sec ond 5 to 0. Moss and Morrison gave Boston four hits in the open er snd Bob Smith held the Robins to the same number in the sec ond. R II E Brooklyn 3 12 1 Boston 0 4 1 Moes, Morrison and De Berry; Brandt and Taylor. R H E Brooklyn 0 4 1 Boston 5 11 0 A. Moore and Picinich; Smith, Eailou and Spohrer. -; Giants Wallop Phillies PHILADELPHIA, June 22. (AP) The New York Giants made It five straight over the Phitlies today 6V taking the game 12 to 6. The Giants pounded Swcetland and Ellott for 12 hits including two home runs by Ott -nd one by Jackson, O'Doul hit a tome run for the Phillies. I R HE New York , .... j ..... 1 2 1 2 2 Philadelphia 10 1 Mays, i Benton and OTarrell; SveetUnd, Elliott and Datls. DOLP Yankees Portland Veteran Leads by Ten Up With But 13 Left to Play SEATTLE", Wash.. June 2z (AP) Frank Dolp of the Alder wood Country club of Portland, western amateur champion and ex-Oregon state titlehoMer, won his first Pacific Northwest golf championship h - today with an overwhelming v:.. ry over Mal colm MacNaughton, 19-year-old rrolf star from the Lake Oswego Country club. The new champion's margin of victory was 11 up and 10 to play, the most one-sided final match in the recent history of Pacific Northwest golf. This was the fifth time Dolp has played in the regional meet, and although he has won numerous other titles in recent years, including the west ern amateur twice, he has been unable to break through in the northwest tournament before. Two years ago he was mnner-up to Rudie Wilihelm at Victoria, but that was the farthest be was able to get until today. SEATTLE, June 22 (AP) Frank Dolp of Portland led his youthful opponent, Malcolm Mac Naughton of the same city, ten up and only 13 holes to play in their 36 hole final match today for the Pacific Northwest Golf as sociation ' championsnip. In the worn ens' finals Mrs. Vera Hutch ing of Vancouver, B. C, was leading Mrs. S. C. Sweeny one up at the fourth hole. MacNaughton was able totwin only two holes the sixth ana the eighteenth on the morning round, while Dolp captured eight. On the inward nine, Dolp playing his usual steady game, won the tenth with a birdie four, the 14th in par, the sixteenth with a birdie four and the seventeenth in par to make him seven up. He dropped one of the holes, however, at the eighteenth when he missed a four foot putt for a half. The Portland youngster, who had played golf only three and a half year3 steadied down a bit on the last nine, but bucked up against two birdies. Their cards for the last nine were as follows: in par 554 443 534-37. Dolp 454 443 435- 36. Macnaughton 554 453 544- 39. After making the turn one down to Mrs. Sweeney, (Mrs. Hutchings squared their match at the eleventh with a par 5 while the defending champion was taking a seven. Mrs. Sweeney came right back to take the next hole and the lead again with a par four. She won the fifteenth with a par 3 but lost the seven teenth in five and Mrs. Sweeney went to lunch with ,a one hole lead in their 36 hole match. Their scores were: in par 554 443 534- 37. Mrs. Sweenev 574 543 645- 43. Mrs. Hutchings 556 645 635 44. , In the two biggest upsets of the tournament MacNaughton dispos ed of Dr. O. F. Willing of Port land. 1928 champion, in the Quar ter finals Thursday and eliminat ed the veteran Chandler Egan of Medford, Ore., in the semi-finals yesterday. Apparently suffering from stage fright before the largest gallery to ever witness a golf match In Seattle, the youngster slowly slipped out of the picture under the marvellous machine like stroking of the "slow but sure" Dolp. Approximately 3500 persons stormed the Inglewood course to watch the men and women final ists. STATE TMiira ECU JULY 8 The Salem Tennis association Saturday received inoiacuMot of the Oregon state! championship tennis tournament and the eec tioaal cTiampionships of the- Paci flo Korthwest Lawn Tennis asso ciation, to be held on the courts f the M alt no mali Athletic dab at Portland July 8 to 13. . In addition to the usual compe tition In- men's and women's sin gles and doubles, there will be a boys' championship, entries to be under 15 years of age. and, a jun ior championship, entries to be under 18. Vortland Tennis ' Team Wins Over Salem Net Men The Portland Y. M. C. A. ten nis team defeated the Salem Y racquet swingers Saturday five matches to four on local courts. The opposing teams divided the six singles matches, but the Portlanders won two of the three doubles matches. ,1: Ivan ' White, Dr. Edward Leo Rassell and Melvin Good , won singles matches for Salem, while Jack .Mlnto, French Hagemann and Leslie Sparks were defeated. Hagemann and Dr. Russell won their doubles watch, Mlnto and White, Good and Sparks losing. : A tetnru series of matches will h played In two weeks at Port- ICiUGHTOH IS Ft BEHIND! The FAR AHE&D OF OUtHFUL; OPPONENT and Athletics Break Even in Second Doubleheader Maxie 'At Home' With All I V-'' lei b 5f'a y ' X , c--. ')l.trf, -'' '" 'W'A :f "S I I M ' isNNP t 'J i t v?' - II iiiiiii lari wir -r I av "Mivi H ," ' J$m iilMMiii v...mt wr inm " 1 " E" 'T: Max Schmeting, German threat for the heavyweight throne, does a outdoor .ring at Lakewood, X. J., in training for his coming fight center, the Wiener la shown in cioseup, above, reveals lum as a In a cloeeup like this the night of oi nis training stunts. SJGS1II TO 3 Portland Team Takes Ad vantage of Numerous Senator Bobbles PORTLAND, Ore., June 22. (AP After knocking Doc Cran dall out of the box in the fifth on a succession of Texas leaguer fluke hits, the Portland Ducks put the works to his successors, Flynn and Dickerman and pounded out an 18 to 3 victory today. The series stands three games for Sacramento; two for Portland. R. H. E. Sacramento ...3 10 1 Portland 18 20 3 Crandall, Flynn, Dickerman and Koehler, Harris; Fullerton and WoodaM. Reds Beat Seals SAN FRANCISCO, June 22 (AP) In a great ten inning bat tlo today, tho league leading Mis sion nosed out the Seals, 3-2, to. increase their margin of two' games over their local rivals who hold the runner-up position. It wan a pitchers' duel, with Curtis Davis, rookie right hander for the Seals, opposing Bert Cole, veter an southpaw of the Mission. The Seals scored first with a tally in tha third. Davis blanked the Mis sion until the eighth when two counters came across. The Seals tied it in their half of the eighth. Davis allowed by eight hits but his team mates made three errors behind him. Cole was touched for 11 bingles. R H E Mlesions- .......... 3 8 1 San Francisco 2 11 S Ten innings. Cole .and Hoffman; Davis and Reed. Seattle Beats Oaks SEATTLE, June 22. (AP) Seattle stepped into the running for the series when the Indians scared a 7 to 3 victory over the visiting Oakland team here todav. Verges, Oakland third saeker, smacked out a homer fn the third with one on. Manager Ernie John son of Seattle was chased for pro testing, a decision. DEFEAT Clouqhfufiiton Go it 1 State of (JWKE wagon train that cam JSL to Oregon in 1842 had an uneventful trip until it arrived at Independence Rock, a famous landmark at that time. Here Mr. Hastings and Mr. Lovejoy, both prominent in the party, climbed to the top of this great desert rock, to carve their names among those of others who had passed at an earjier date. When they came down, they found themselves and their horses in the hands of painted and war-like Indians. 1 OREGON STATESMAN, Sakra. Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 28, 1929 a workout with George Neron, one Tough Teuton and apt to inspire the big bout. At right Maxie punches dents in the light bag as one Jichmeling Ready To Fight Basque Thursday Evening NEW YORK, June 22 (AP) The hard work or protracted training, a new experience for both parties, all but ended today for Paul Uzcudun, the squat Basque, and Max Schmeling, young German puncher, who battle fifteen rounds next Thurs day night in the heavy weight feature of the milk charity card at the Yankee stadium. The Spaniard, training at Hooeic Falls, N. Y., was re ported in splendid shape af ter a month of daily drills. Schmeling, worked away in the lowlands of New Jer sey at Lakewood, is so close to fighting trim that little more training is necessary. Paulino will stage his final workout Monday. R. Oakland 3 Seattle 7 Daglia and Lombard!; and Borreani. H. 11 8 E. 2 0 Collard Stars Trim Angels LOS ANGELES, June 22. (AP) The Hollywood Stars made certain of tho series with Los Angeles by taking today's tilt, a pitching duel between "Buzz" Wetzel and Wflbert Peters, by a 5 to 2 count. The series now stands 4 games to one in Holly wood's favor. Three runs in the ninth, break ing a 2-2 deadlock, gave the Stars the game, Eumler went to second on Dittmar's wild throw and scored on Funk's single to center. Mickey Heath followed with a home run, his fifteenth this sea son, to clear the sacks. R. H. S. Hollywood 5 7 2 Los Angeles 2 8 4 Wetzel and Sypher; Peters and Warren. GEORGE GRAY OPENS SHOP George W. Gray, former owner of tbe Gray Belle has opened modern confectionery and lunch rtcm ft Monmouth, known as Gray's Coffee Shop. It Is modern in every respect and very attrac tive in appearance. Many Salem fxknds of Mr. Gray have already reported having visited tbe shop and enjoyed the good food and ax oeltent -service. Qreqon His Trappings bit of shadow boxing, left. In bis with Paulino Uzcudun. Below, of his sparring partners, while the terror in Paulino if he gets him E T Three Women Overshoot Na tional Mark at Mon mouth Event MONMOUTH, June 22 (Spe cial) Several national records for flight shots were made in the state archery contest held here today. Roland Eddy, Indepen dence high school stndent made a shot of 306 yards and one foot This exceeds the record for a boy of his age. Three women overshot the na tional women's flight record of 26 S yards. They were Mrs. H. H. Prouty, Portland, who shot 303 yards and two feet: Mrs. L. L. Daily, Monmouth, 285 yards. Mrs Ed D. Thompson, Corvallis, 273 yards. Winfield Kennedy of Lyons made the record flight for men. with 363 yards. The only accident which oc curred to mar the event came as Miss Opal Misteldt of Albany ov erdrew an arrow between the string and bow. The arrow shat tered on the bow and the point entered tbe knnckle of her right forefinger, penetrating the bone. Local Cop Found To Appear Just Like Pershing Nobody had noticed the resem blance between "Cherry" James, veteran Salem policeman, and General Pershing until "Cherry blossomed I out this weekend In rranic officers uniform with ac cessories Including a Sam Brown belt and leather puttees. Officers Harry Smart and Charles Kuyken dall also appeared in new summer uniforms, minus tho military ac cessories. Brother officers Sturday ex pressed gratification that "Cher ry is 'now assigned to a prowler car Instead of -walking a beat, stating that otherwise they feared h weald be bothered constantly by feminine admirers. 10 Simple We have, solved the mat ter of price, always an im port.nt consideration, b; leaving the matter entirely in the hands of those in charge) of the arrangements. CLOliGH-HUSTON C9 JQtsHncHVeSftmeral Service.9 .- SENATORS BEAT PRISON BALE 9 Recruits From Albany Team Help Whip Penitentiary Clubby 11 to 8 . Capitalizing the wildness of two pitchers In the first two'innlngs, a ball team composed of members of the Salem Senators and Albany Alcos defeated the Oregon state penitentiary tossers 11 to 8 Sat urday afternoon on the prison diamond. The visitors represented the Bligh billiard parlors. Hill, first pitcher for the prison nine, walked three batsmen and hit two, which together with Cloninger's home run and two bagger by Cardinal and Lansing, spelled seven runs. Carney finished the inning, but in the secona ne also went, wild and three more runs were scored. After that Car nev was stinev and blanked the visitors except for one run in the fifth. Lyle Bigbee, former league out fielder, pitched effectively for the outsiders until the fifth, when he was nicked for five hits including a homer by Witz, and five runs were scored. Witz got another homer in the seventh off the delivery of "Fris- CO Edwards, who jerked Bigbee in the course of some uproarious horseplay and went in to finish the game himself. Score: R H E Bligh Billiards 11 8 2 Penitentiary 8 11 2 Bigbee, Edwards and Cardinal Hill, Carney and Barr, Potts. MtAfee Slated To Give Sermon Here This July Cleland B. McAfee, moderator for the general assembly of the Presbyterian church, will preach in Salem some time in July, Dr. Norman Kendall Tully, pastor of the church here, announced Sat urday. Dr. McAfee will be in Ore gon the middle of July to be the principal speaker at the annual Synod to be held in Albany, and' it is while attending the r-vnod tht he will occupy the local pulpit. considered a distinct honor to Sa lem. He is professor of systematic theology at the Chicago seminary. A church committee headed by C. A. Kells will arrange for supply pastors during the absence of Dr. Tully. who leaves today for a trip to the Orient. r D o D D fl 0 fl D Charting th j "p JUIs 0 D D 0 II Development is Marching 0 fl fl fl D II D 11 II II ii une til 2205 Hurt vyomments By CURTIS Curtis Davis, lanky Rlckreall boy who pitched two games for the Senators last season, has "ar rived" in the Coast league. He pitched for the Seals in Satur day's ten Inning victory, blanking the Missions for seven innings des pite several bobbles behind him. That boy has plenty. We went out to the peniten tiary to watch a combination of Senators and Alcos play the prison team Saturday. We were going to pull tnat one about be ing let out again, but it's too old. Jim Lewis counted us both times we went through the gate. It's dangerous business, playing ball or even sitting on the bench out there. We don't mind the boys: they're nice looking fellows and appreciate having visiting teams j come in. But the way foul Dans rattle off the brick walls remind ed us of a firing squad. The boys are good sports, too. For instance, if a visiting play er hits a fly Into, the crowd back of the outfielders, you ought to see them scatter so the fielder can get it. But if the home team hits one out there, just watch the fielders try to get through. Somebody Intimated that the home umpire was in for rob bery, but that may have been prejudice. The admiring fans presented "Frisco" with a beautiful bouquet the first time he came to bat. They like him out there no fooling. But you should have heard the razzberries while ha chased a home run. The penitentiary has a real ball team, but it suffers from an inferiority complex when there are so many ex-leaguers In the opposition. To change the subject, there Is a big boom on duck pins at the Winter Garden. Wayne Kantola recently plied up the impressive seore of 225, setting a local rec ord which will be hard to pass. Sam Steinbock and Virgil Stol iker will start their big match Thursday night. Hiking is so popular in Germany that a special exposition has been opened for the benefit of the walker. Forward---Values hiSasing My progrrave, forward-looking citiz&ii of Salem are intcrestecl in the developmdrjra' thispark cemetery. And they are Well llsea with the marrJi of progress increase of Ue. They were impressed with these interesting atures--natural beauty, the provision for Perpetual Care (especially attractive), the -easy down payment; and the budget for the remainder. Many are taking advantage of the opportun ity offered. You will not regret making an investigation before you make a choice else- nucIC-uia you may have to choose sud denly, hastily.- An investigation i ; . """gauon. just on the telephone. Wnv Wav elctest Memorial Jiarfe NEW YORK INS SECOND OF TWO Philadelphia, Remains Seven and Half Games Ahead of World Champs . YANKEE STADIUM. New York. June 22. (AP) The Yankees earned an even break on the day and remained within sevtn and one half games of the Athletu-s by w'nning the second game of a double header from the Macki-i lure thU evening. 4 to 3, in 14 innings. The Athletics had v,n the opener, 7 to 3. RUE Philadelphia 7 lo : New York 3 S l Walberg and Cochrane: IK-ini ach, Sherid and Grabowski. RUE Philadelphia 3 1 o New York . . i . 4 IS ti Quinn and Cochrane; Pipsi.M and Dickey, Grabowski. Indians Beat Defiroit CLEVELAND. June 22. (AP. The Cleveland Indians won th ir third game of the series from 1 troit, 4 to 3 today behind the in fective hurling of Wes Ferrell. It H K Detroit 3 10 o Cleveland 4 'J o Carroll, Stoner, Prudhonn:.' and Phillips, Shea; Ferrell :r. i Myatt. Senators Win Two WASHINGTON. June 22. (AP) Washington swept the doubleheader with Boston today, by taking the second game 5 to l. after grabbing the first, 3 to 2 in ten innings. R H K Boston 2 4 1 Washington 3 8 o M. Gaston and BerrJ; Brown and Spencer. R H E Boston 1 4 0 Washington 5 1 1 o Morris, Carroll and Heviug. A. Gaston; Burke and Tate. McCalls Have Enjoyable Trip KEIZER, June 2.2 Mr. ami Mrs. Feed S. McCall and children. Harold, Mary, Howard, Don.tl 1 and Edwin, Mr." and Mrs. J. I. Squier, and Miss Marie Terwort of Alva, Oklahoma, cousin of Mrs. McCall and Mrs. Squier, left last Wednesday for a trip over the Mt. Hood loop, going as far as Th Dalles, returning by way of As toria and over the Roosevelt high way to Tillamook and back to Keizer. i i i of 1(1'' ll Val ue e March I I i I I I I I fl i fl D D 0 0 0 D I fl II I fl 3 in i - X ,in 1 1 mi , -r r-Mj-i '- -Jkrrt U j.i Inml .-J- 1! jrj"r ""iZr ' "i" -rsj 'wsja.