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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 5, 1930
Jones-Uses New Arm Crush to Keep, Welterweight Belt
Anderson Takes One Fall;
Reilly and Garlock Show
Henry Jones pulled two deep
ones oat of the bag to take the
third fall of his match with Des
Anderson In a little oyer two min
ute Wednesday night Jones
thereby retained the western wel
terweight wrestling tiUe.
The grapplers had barely warm
ed np for their deciding round
when Jones clamped on a reyerse
Japanese arm bar. Fans here
hadn't seen It before, but they
recognized It as a wicked one. It
consists of bending the parts of
the forearm together and clamp
ing them tight.
That wasn't an impossible sit
uation, but when Anderson (tip
ped oyer in attempting to release
the hold, Jones gripped him with
a cross body scissors which left
no possible way of escape, and Des
pounded the mat. This combina
tion of holds is extremely rare.
Last Two Falls
In Short Order
Jones took the first fall with a
bit of strategy ending in a cross
leg bold acquired in a sudden at
tack resembling a Sonnenberg, in
22 minutes. Anderson took; the
second with a wicked arm stretch
on the arm Jones has been far
oring. This round lasted 14 min
utes. As was anticipated, the match
was strictly clean and hard
The main etent had to be good
to hold a candle with the prelim
inary, which was one of the fast
est and most spectacular ever wit
nessed in Salem though the wrest
lers went to no extra pains to
make it spectacular. Art Reilly
or Salem and Louis Garlock of
Noti battled at top speed through
three rounds without a fall.
-TIMELY IIS WIN
FOB GIANT CH
NEW YORK. June 4. (AP)
Six successive hits, two of them
home runs, drove Red Lucas from
the mound in the first inning to
day and started the- Giants off to
an 8 to 5 victory over the Cincin
nati Reds. Ott and O'Farrell hit
the homers for New York, while
Ileilmann made one for Cincinnati
In the ninth.
R H E
Cincinnati 5 14 0
New York 8 12 1
Lucas, Campbell, Rixey and
Gooch; Donohue, Walker and
Across the Finish Line
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Telephoto shows Bilry Arnold of Chicago, driTing his Miller-Hartx across the finish Hue fat race at
Th youthful victor niade tlie 9O0 miles in 4:58:39.72 which gtvea bim an average of 100.44S milen
per hour. Telephoto was transmitted to San Francisco by Bell system.
Will Settle Heavy weight
Title, Association Rules
CINCINNATI, O., June 4.
(AP) Stanley M. Isaacs, presi
dent of the National Boxing asso
ciation, tonight announced that
the N. B. A. would recognize as
champion of the world the winner
of the Jack Sharkey-Max Schmel
ing heavyweight boxing bout In
New York, June 12.
There had been some doubt as
to what action the N. B. A. would
take, efforts having been made
last winter to draw out Jack
Dempsey, former champion on his
feelings toward re-entering the
ring. At that time, Isaacs said the
winner would not be recognized
if Dempsey still wanted to fight.
BROOKLYN, Jund 4(AP)
Eight Brooklyn errors cost the
Robins a ball game today, Pitts
burgh winning 12 to 6. Homers by
Bissonette and Flowers produced
most of the Brooklyn runs.
R H. ES
Pittsburgh 12 14 5
Brooklyn 6 7 8
French and Bool; Dudley and
PHILADELPHIA, June 4.
AP) The Philadelphia Nation
als defeated the St. Louis Card
inals 2 to 1 today. Hafey, Cardi
nal left fielder, hit his second
homer of the present series and
cored his team's only run.
R H E
St. Louis 4 0
Philadelphia 2 10 2
Haines, Frankhous., Sherdel
and Wilson; Benge and Davis.
GAMES M PLAYED
ST. LOUIS. June 4 (AP)
The Philadelphia Athletics nosed
the series. Sam Gray, once ace of
out the St. Louis Browns today 4
to 3 to make it two straight for
the Browns pitching staff suffer
ed his ninth defeat of the sea
son. R H E
Philadelphia ...4 11 0
St. Louis 3 8 0
Earnshaw, Quinn and Coch
rane; Gray, Kinisey and Ferrell.
Dempsey, however, never gave the
N. B. A. definite answer.
Hired Help Uets
Even With Schmeling
ENDICOTT, N. Y.. June 4.
(AP) The hired help, belted mis
erable and bloody by Max Schmel
ing for the past two weeks, staged
an insurrection today and wound
up with most of the honors in
seven rounds of boxing with the
German challenger for the heavy
Tired and drawn, the clouting
Teuton made a desperate effort to
continue the slaughter of hapless
sparring partners that has marked
his daily workouts in preparation
for the 15 round duel with Jack
Sharkey in the Yankee stadium,
June 12. The effort was too
much, however, and though Max
left his mark on the countenances
of his assistants, he could not
stow them away with his punish
ing right hand. They wound up as
fresh as he was and it was decid
ed to rest Schmeling for the next
two days. . He will complete his
heavy training with boxing drills
Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Corvallis Officially Home
Team; dinger May.
At Portland 6, Stenmento 4.
At Lo Angeles 4. Hollywood 3
At Seattle 3. Oakland 12.
At San F'rancisco 7, Missions 8.
At New York 8. Cincinnati 5.
At Brooklyn 6. Pittcbnnrh 12.
At Philadelphia 2. St. Iouia 1.
At Booton 10, Chicago 18.
The Salem Senators will play
the Corvallis Chicks on the din
ger field diamond Snnday, but the
game will officially be a Corval
lis home game. Senator season
tickets will be honored as usual
Indications are that Harold Ol
inger, who helped Eugene beat
Salem here Sunday, will be added
to the Senator roster as a third
baseman. He is calculated to
lend . some additional hitting
strength as he is batting .500 af
ter two games with the Townies.
. After two games against out
standing pitchers in as many Sun
days, the Solons have dropped to
third place in team hitting. Jones
and Towne, pitchers, are the only
men now with the club who are
hitting over .300.
Averages are :
AB R H Pet.
Jones 12 2 5 .417
Towne 3 0 1 .333
Angst ........ .16. 1 5 .313
T. Glrod 18 4 5 .278
L. Girod .......19 3 S .263
Favors 19 2 S .263
Stelger 20 1 5 .250
Edwards 18 3 4 .222
Scales 5 0 1 .200
At St. Ixraia 3. Philadelphia 4.
At Detroit 8. Washington 11.
At Chicago 8, Sew. York 7.
At Cleveland 4, Boston 5.
I Sa. U V
W. I. Pet. W. L. Prt.
Sac' to 33 22 .6001 Mission 31 27 .534
Lot A. 32 24 .571 1 Holly. 25 33 .431
Oakl. 32 27 .542 1 Seattle 23 25 .397
San P. 32 27 .542 Portland 22 35 .386
W. L. Pet.
Brook!. 27 16 .628 N. Y.
Chicago 26 19 .578!Boaton
St. L. 24 21 .533lCinrin.
Pittab. 21 ? .512 Philad.
Takes 10 Innings
DETROIT, June 4 (AP)
Washington defeated Detroit 11
to 8 in ten Innings today in the
second game of their series.
R H E
Washington 11 12 2
Detroit 8 14 3
Marberry, Thomas, Braxton
and Spencer; Hogsett, Herring,
Page, SuHivan. Whitehill and
BOSTON. June 4. (AP) j
The Chicago Cubs blasted three
EoBton Braves pitchers today to
defeat the tribesmen If to 10. The
Cubs made 20 hits for a total of
3 4 bases.
R H E
Chicago 18 20 2
Boston 10 14 0
Malone, Bush and Hartnett; Sei
fcold, Zachary and Spohrer.
Theodore Kuenzi, route 2, 8H
vcrton, was given a ticket for fail
ure to give right of way Wednes
day night aftor his car had been
Involved in a collision with that
of Rupert Philpott. 243 N. 14th
B . ct. Philpott's car was slightly
amaged as a result of the crash.
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Kerr's Homer Wins
CHICAGO, June 4 (AP)
Kerr's home run with two out in
the tenth inning today gave the
White Sox an 8 to 7 victory over
the New York Yankees. Babe
Ruth hit his 18th homer with two
on base in the seventh to produce
R H E
New York 7 9 0
Chicago 8 13 2
Ruffing, Gomez and Bengough,
Dickey; Caraway, McKain and
Series Even Ip
CLEVELAND. June 4 (AP)
Boston evened the series with
Cleveland Americans here today
by taking the second game, & to
in ten innings.
R H E
Boston 5 10 3
Cleveland 4 13 1
Moria and Heving, Berry; Hod-
lin and L. Sewell.
ONCE BILL PLAYER
Ralph S. Hamilton of Bend,
ho became temporary governor
of Oregon Wednesday, is speaker
of the house of representatives of
the state legislature, president of
the state chamber of commerce.
ex-baseball player. ex-school
teacher and ex-coal heaver.
While pitcher for the Univer
sity of Missouri team he was rec
ognized in intercollegiate circles
as a comer in me national game,
and had a number of no-bit
eames to hia credit. Hamilton
received offers from the Kansas
Citv American association club
and from the St. Louis Americans
following his graduation. He de
clined. Hamilton afterwards
went to Oklahoma where he se
cured a Job as a law clerk, and a
side Job as night clerk in a notei.
Hamilton subsequently located
in Spokane ' with a few dollars
earned from playing baseball in
hia nockets. His money soon
dwindled, whereupon he applied
for a Job digging ditehes. He was
unable to qualify for this Job be
cause the secretary of the nnlon
refused to give him a card.
Hamilton- later taught school
and layed baseball at Sprague and
Ritsnile, .Wish. He afterward
engaged, in the practice of law at
Lind, and later moved to Eugene.
He has been ft resident of Bend
for IS years.
I, HIS coai neavug acuviues wrm
confined to a locomotive.
iff on is
EPSOM, Eng., June 4. (AP)
Blenheim, owned by the Indian
potentate, the Aga Khan, who is
the religious leader of a sect of
Mohammedans and a lavish pa
tron of European turf, won the
151st running of the derby today
with Iliad second and Diolite, the
Jockey Harry Wragg rode
Blenheim in a field of 17 with the
betting 1 8 to 1 against.
The Scout II, the American
hope, was 15 th and didn't even
get into the picture of the finish.
He lost ground In the half-mile
uphill climb at the start and nev
er recivered. Jockey Joe Childs
said the American colt wasn't
good enough. Neither was Dio
lite, the horse of illustrious lin
eage which on form had all nut
won the British classic before the
race was run;
Blenheim burst into the lead
on the borne stretch, winning by
a length after running the favor
ites off their feet.
The first train to b' equipped
with electric lights ran over the
Pennsylvania between New York
and Chicago in 1882.
Governor Hamilton . baseball
past is coming to light. It might
be added that he's a rattling
good golfer. That's Just a little
tip to some of the boys who may
want to invite bim out to the
course a tip to Governor Ralph
didn't inspire. We've been too
busy to go and call on him.
Think what a -good governor
Ralph would make if elected for
a full term. He could actually
throw the ball across the plate,
when called upon to open the base
Recent developments at the
high school indicate strongly that i
secret societies have had some
thing to do with athletics. Just
how they have ur.xed in, we don't
know, so on that point we'll say
nothing. But in general, when sec
ret societies or fraternities or any
group organizations mix into
school sports, the sports suffer.
And where such organizations ex
ist, somehow they generally do
mix in. If anybody wants to chal
lenge that statement, we can pro
duce examples not ver7 far away.
HELPf HELP! HELP!
Today's contribution to the "We
Saw" column is one that we're
glad to publish because it illu
strates the point that observations
contributed to this column need
not be current happenings. Just
so they happened somewhere
within the area of Statesman dis
tribution, they will be considered
on their merits:
Gill 18 3 3
P. Girod 19 4 2
Russell 5 0 0
Hogan 2 0 9
Totals 174 24 41 .236
W. L. Pet. W. I..
30 14 .6621 Chicago IT 24
29 15 .65! Detroit 18 27
25 19 .5681 St. L. 17 28
23 19- .5481 Boston 14 29
Quisen berry ....15
L. Avrit 1
One day shortly after the First
National bank building was com
pleted I noticed, standing on a
corner across the street from it, a
little withered old man, perhaps
In the eighties, with a long flowing
white beard, his face turned sky
ward gazing at the structure, his
mouth wide open to aerate his
tonsils, as all good sky gazers do.
Noticing the oddity of this par
ticular character, I hesitated, wish
ing he would express the thought
deepest in his mind.
Soon I was rewarded for a
northwest - breeze that had been
blowing most of the forenoon in
creased for a moment, blowing his
tottering tram backward.
Staggering for a moment, brac
ing himself to buck the wind,
grabbing his hat with both hands
and looking up at the building he
said in atrembling voice:
"By gad, boys, I don't believe
she'll stand up under these winds,
will she?" (F. D. V.)
Totals 170 21 47
AB R H
Bigbee 12 1 6
Hoi ton 4 0 2
Hayne 2 1 1
Wilkinson 24 6 11
D. Stritmater . . .21 3 7
Nance 3 0 1
McReynolds ....20 4 6
Hecker 18 3 5
Blackwell 8 2 2
Fortier 9 l 2
Lansing lfr 1 3
J. Stritmater . . .21 3 3
Jenks 9 0 1
Beamis ........ ..11 1 1
Poling 3 0 0
Patterson 1 0 0
Totals 185 26 51 .276
AB R H
McLaren 13 1 v 7
dinger 8 2 4
Ridings 15 5 4
Wirth 15 3 4
Nelson 4 1 1
Robie 41 1
Llbby 17 ' 3 4
Gould 15 1 3
Van Duyn 16 2 3
Husband 11 1 2
Jackson 8 0 1
Baker 19 0 2
Johnson 16 1 0
Bliss 4 0 0
Reinhart 1 0 0
.166 21 36 .217
DETROIT, Jnne 4. (AP)
Primo Camera will make his first
start against first class competi
tion tomorrow night at Floyd
Fitzsimmons state fair grounds
arena here in a ten round bout
with K. O. Christner, Akron, Ohio.
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OREGON STATE COLLEGE.
Corvallis, June 4. Oregon State
baseball players have just closed
a successful season in which they
captured second place in the
northern division conference race
with 11 wins and five losses for
a percentage of .688. The
Orangemen did not lose a non
In conference tilts Oregon State
split the four-game series with
both Washington and Washington
State; took three of the four
games from University of Oregon
and won all four from University
Prospects for a winning team at
Oregon State next year are
brighter than usual as only four
lettermen will be lost to the
squad. These are Harvey Boult
.inghouse, pitcher; Mush Torson
and Fred Wagner, outfielders, and
Carlton Wood, infielder.
Results of the season:
Willamette 3, Oregon State 5.
Willamette 7, Oregon State 8.
Columbia 3, Oregon State 4.
Columbia 0, Oregon State 2.
Pacific 0, Oregon State 17.
Pacific 1, Oregon State 12.
Oregon 1, Oregon State 5.
Washington State 4, Oregon
Washington State 5, Oregon
Idaho 3, Oregon State 13.
Idaho 2, Oregon State 4.
Washington 0, Oregon State 6.
Washington 4, Oregon State 3.
Washington 5, Oregon State 1.
Washington 5, Oregon State 7.
Idaho 1, Oregon State 14.
Washington State 4, Oregon
Washington State 3, Oregon
Idaho 5, Oregon State 6.
Oregon 1, Oregon State 10.
Oregon 4, Oregon State 6.
Oregon 8, Oregon State 3.
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'S BIG BIT
HELPS LEGION WIN
Biddy Bishop's big bat account
ed for enough runs to win for the
American Legion in Wednesday
night's ball game with the state
house. The former Senator boss
pounded out a three bagger In the
second Inning to score Tucker and
Schnelle. The Legion won 6 to 1.
The war Teterans scored two
more in the third when Smith and
Huston walked and pilfered ad
vanced bases, coming in on Tuck
er's single. In the fourth Gabriel
son who had singled scored on an
error which gave Smith a life.
Smith advanced on an Infield out,
stole third and scored on Giirs
Schnelle, Legion pitcher, hurled
hitless ball until the fourth when
McLean sing-led, stole second and
scored on Erickson's two bagger.
The Elks-Imperials game Fri
day has been postponed on ac
count of the Senator-Willamette
game that afternoon.
AB R H PO A E
Bishop, ss 4 0 1 0 i ' a
Gabrielson, lb 3 1 1 5 0 0
Smith, 2b 1 2 0 2 2 1
Gill. If l A 0 0 o n
Clinton, 3b 3 0 0 110
Huston, cf 1 10 10 0
Tucker, rf 3 110 0 0
Watson, c 3 0 16 11
Schnelle, p 1 10 0 10
Thtal 20 4 15 6 2
AB R H PO A E
Deets, If 3 0 0 l o 0
Moorman, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0
Burch, ss 1 0 Jt 1 3 o
Jones, Xb 2 6 0 2 0 0
McLean, p 2 1 l 0 11
Erlckson, lb ..2 t 1 7 1 1
Maison, 2b' ..2 0 9 12 0
Sefton, e 2 0 0 2 0 1
Davis, e 1 0 0 10 0
Waster of Situation Except
In Second When Roh
wer Hits Homer
PORTLAND, Ore., June 4.
iAP) Ortmans good pitching
baffled the Sacs today, except in
one inhing, the second, when Ray
Rohwer knocked out a homer with
two on and Portland took a rela
tivelv easy victorv, 6 to 4.
R H E
Sacramento 4 8 0
Portland 6 10 0
Thomas. Bryant and Koehler,
Wirts; Ortman and Palm.
! The Salem and Silvei un A;i;l -ican
Legion basebsl' t..,tm, w:;j
; resume, or rather bt-c-.n ov. r.
afternoon at 5 o'clock . n Oiiuter
, field the game they riartiwi 7..
Sunday. That gama was haired ;n
the fourth inning by a .r.
downbour of rain.
Silverton was leading at '
time 5 to 3, but it ha.l au :. i
its five runs in ihe first inning b--
Tore the Salem boys cam
: themselves. The local team may
get a better star: today and show
the visitors a tighter dfene.
Oaks Rally to Win
SEATTLE. June 4 (AP)
Breaking up a tie battle in the
eihgth inning with an eight run
rally as a result of seven hits off
pitchers House and Lamanski,
wild pitchers by both Seattle
twirlers and errors by second base
man Johnson and left fielder Hol
land, the Oakland Oaks defeated
the Indians here today 12 to 3.
The victory evened the series at
one game for each club.
R H E
Oakland 12 17 1
Seattle 3 7 2
Andrews and TJombardi; House
Stars Drop Seven
LOS ANGELES, June 4. (AP)
Hollywood dropped Its seventh
straight game here today when
Los Angeles pushed across a run
in the last half of the ninth to
break for a 4 to 3 victory.
R H E
Hollywood 3 9 1
Los Angeles 4 8 1
Rhellenbeck and Bassler, Cook,
Severeid; Ballou, Barfoot and
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NORTH HOWELL. June 4
(Special) . The North How:
Grange baseball team defeated
the Gervais town team on tie
Gervais diamond Sunday by
score of 6 to 2. Next Sunday' - lie
North Howell team gv to Sil
verton Hills and will play a jmh.c
Monitor Grange team won fiom
Ankeny last Sunday 10 to 1. ;ti,d
Silverten Hills' won from Bu;t
ville 11 to 1.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 4.
(AP) R H E
Missions 8 14 1
San Francisco 7 14 0
Cole. Pillette find Hofmann;
Zinn and Gaston.
NEW YORK. June 4 (AP
Tony Conzoneri. battling his way
back to the top" of the light
weights, won a ten-round decision
over Joe Click. New York, in the
feature bout at Ebbftp field to
night. He weighed 132 pounds
and Click 137.
Good Month to
June continued to p.uve a j.'T'
ular wedding monr'i a far as '
censes Issued by County Cii , k
Boyer are concerned. Wednf -iy
saw three permi' granted. .
same as granted t;rh day arlr
in the month.
Paul W. Allen. 2 4. IGOS Mi.--i. n
street, received permit fo ma ry
Velleda Ohmart. l'S. South li-
street, Salem. Alien is -in M e
hanking bunnes. an ! Miss O ir,
art is a bookkeeper.
Edmund Adoljiii Mait-r. 24. Na
tion "A" Salem, ivcived a permit
to wed . Florence l'owley, 2t. -o
a Salc-m residen-
Frank J. Pet-r- ui Si ay ton w ;j!
wed Clara Silbernaaer of Stay'on.
Both gave their on as legal.
F. N. Woodry
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Residence and Store
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R. D. Barton National Batteries
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