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Ryan Winners in
for U. S.
By FRANK KINO ,
"WIMBLEDON, England, July S
(AP) -Tall Bill Tllden. at the
age of 17, today came back, for
the Wimbledon tennis title be last
won nine years ago and by defeat
ing Wflmer Allison, the slender
Texan, In straight sets, i-3,
e-4. again climbed to the singles
Mrs. Helen Wills Moody and
Elisabeth Ryan, present and past
Californians. captured the -wom
an's doubles title C-2. 9-7, In an
exciting match with Sarah Palfrey
and Edith Cross, the one from
Boston, the other from San Fran-
- cisco. Then Miss Ryan paired with
the Australian Jack Crawford to
win the mixed doubles champion
ship, f-2, C-3 from the Germans,
Daniel Prenn and Franlein Krtn
Thus with Mrs. Moody's victory
yesterday in the women's singles
. over Miss Ryan added to the total,
three Wimbledon titles have gone
to the United States in the great
est sweep any nation has ever
made at Wimbledon. Miss Ryan
shares a' fourth and the fifth will
cross the Atlantic Monday after-
noon when George Lott and John
ny'Doeg play Allison and John
Van Ryn for the ' men's doubles
crows. These fire are all the titles
there were to be won in the two
weeks of international play.
Iresence of Event
King George, Queen Mary and
Prince George, the latter presi
dent of the all England club, in a
generous sporting gesture came to
Wimbledon to see the Americans
scrap over the historic spoils.
Having no Englishmen at all to
cheer for, the crowd vented their
enthusiasm on their monarcbs.
"They never come back," ac
cording to a well worn epigram
of sports, but Tilden did and
with all the convincing mastery of
old. Allison - played brilliant ten-
-nis, without doubt as brilliant as
-he displayed in toppling Henri
Cochet, the Wimbledon titlehol
der, on Wednesday, but Tilden's
genius at a game calling for
. youthful stamina, delicate skill
and ' lightning judgment enabled
him to dominate today's play
throughout most of the match. The
' plaudits of a gallery of nearly
15,000 were for the great defense
of the agile Texan rather than
the hope held out that he eouid
BIG PLANT BURNS
BUDAPEST. July 5. (AP)
The largest ebemical fertilizer
works in the country were com
pletely destroyed by fire today.
The Ion reached $2,000,000.
REMARKABLE REMEDY FOR PILES
Protmdinr, Blecdinr Piks
llade Him Weak from
Lorn of Blood
WELL MAN TODAY AND
TELLS WHAT HE USED
"My wife knows tow I suffered
with piles. Nobody can realize tkel
paia aad assay mta taey. sm al
real bad case Miaa were the
bleedliir. Brotrndinc Und, m had
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MLNXEAFOLIS, July ( (AP)
Bibby Jones, defending cham
pion, will be at the head of the
class on tactics Sunday when the
grizzled warriors of the niblick
and mashie wars begin their pen
etrating -study of tree-lined fair
ways ana Sana unea greens at
Interlachen, preparatory to the
34th open golf championship
tournament starting Thursday.
Green and lush from recent
rains. Interlachen was examined
closely by .a group of profession
al specialists today, including
Horton Smith, and Willie Hunter.
Don Moe, the young Portland,
Ore., amateur, also made the
rounds. He shot "blind, una
ware of the traps, bunkers, lakes
and trees lying out of view ahead,
and scoring was dispensed with.
Besides Jones, course' debuts
will be .made Sunday by Walter
Hagen, twice open champion;
Tommy Armour, 1927 title win
ner, and Al Watrous, who arrived
today: MacDonald Smith, George
Von Elm, and Densmore Shuts.
the leading druggists of Stoaehani
were mearaeadiac Colae Pile
Pills U be taken tnienaally. I eaald
sot iaiagiae pffls doing sae good,
bat alter via eae bottle say pOea
they topped bleeding-. 1 beaxhi
tws mere battles aad have takes
an aad barest . had
since. I feel OX. Colae Pile
siade sew at as sf sae aad they
will do the
this enthusiastic sua. Ns
eae should suffer longer. Abysm
wianiBf to try Colae Pile VOa
without riskiar a pcany shesll ok
taia a bottle at the drag store or
scad TSe ta ataains or eaia to Co
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retaxa aiaO. Take as directed aad
tais aatioaany kaowa ssscers
gaaraatees relief or mosey back
withocrt snJhUe or eweatioa, Tew
tae solo fossw.
J. Dale Taylor
W. L. Pet W. Jj. Pet.
Le 8ff .600 Oakland 47 44 Jiff
Saera. 49 41 .844XUioai 45 48 .493
Holly'd 48 43 .5?7 (Seattle- 88 58 .418
Saa P. .48 43 .527 I Port. 34 57 .874
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
51 27 .654 IDetroit 33 43 .434
. 47 25 .653 I Si. U .30 45 .400
..43 SO .589 Bottom 29 44 .897
..35 39 .473 Chicago 27 43 .391
W. L. Pet. ' W. L. Pet.
Chieaso 45 39 .608 1 Bottom 85 85 .500
Brooklya 41 28 .594 Pitta. .32 SS .457
N. T. 38 33 .535 ICiaeia. 27 43 .386
St. L. -37 S3 .529 PfciU. -25 41 .379
At Portland 5,- Los Aafalci 19.
At Hollywood . Oaklsad 10.
At Seattle S, Baa Praaeiteo 6.
At Mission 6. Saeramoato 8V
At Pitttbarfk I, Caieafo 12.
At St. Loaia 6. Ciaeiaaati 4.
At Paila4lpaia S-4. Boatoa 17 7.
At New York 11. Brooklya S.
At Chicaf 8, St. Lomia 1.
At Bottom 2, Philadolpkla T. .
At Detroit a, OoTtUme 6.
At Wtthtnftom 3, Wow York 2.
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OLD AGE USE
RELIEF OVER NIGHT
SALESMAN ONCEGRAYHAIRED USES
LEA S TflNIG-LOQKS YOUNG AGAIN
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uatr isaic aaa i was amazed the
way It worked for them. They
arged me to hecia tisiar It toa!
which I did. GradaaOy day by day!
my hair begaa changing hack to
Its yeuthf al color. Just like magic
n caaaged aatu tfetka who hadal
aeea me far aeveral:aMatha hardly
eaald beUeve their eyes. I've since
passed the good - word akrnr - to
scares of gray haired friends. It is
safe sad easy to ase sad gives a
aataral yeuthf at appearance ta the
aatr taat ts treat. I'm aendiag a
photo takes af ass whea I was real
gray sad oae takes afterward sad
Tea can see far JsaTsclf."writeai
By RUSS WESTOVER
. The Cioverdale diamond near
Turner will be- the mecca for
crowds of Marion county baseball
fans today as the Turner and Mt.
Angel ball teams warm up for the
opening game of the "little world
series" to decide the champion
ship of the Cascade league. Mt.
Angel won the northern division
title and Turner the southern
Interest in this series is high
in all of the ten communi
ties which sponsored Cascade
league teams, and a record at
tendance is predicted for today's
Figuring that public Interest
generally on the Fourth of July
weekend would he directed else
where than toward league base
ball, officials of the Willamette
Valley league hare decreed a sus
pension of the league schedule
for today. Except for this ac
tion the Corvallis Chicks would
hare played the Senators here to
day. That game will be played here
next Sunday and Eugene will
play at Albany. These are the
last scheduled games of the first
half, but Eugene and Corrallls
have a tie game to play off if it
still has a bearing on the cham
pionship after next Sunday.
CARXERA HEARS HOWL
SOUTH BEND, Ind., July 6.
(AP) A crowd of fight fans, dis
satisfied with an exhibition box-
Mng contest, featuring Primo ear
ners, the ambling alp, were re
funded half of the purchase price
of their tickets by promoters here
W. W. Atkiasoa. Salesman; UN
S. Hoover St. Los Aagcles, Calif.
The jresatts Mr. AUoaaea ao-
taiaed caa ho equaled ay saysae
it aeeats la the easiest sort af a
way at home. Just s drop as the
sager tip. rabbea lata tae scalp
here and there each eveninsT heciaa
by day set ices a delightful change.
Oace the scalp is rid of dandruff
hair is growing vigorously aad
gray is gone, just aa occassional
applicatioa each week or as keeps
the scalp aad hair ia beautiful caa
ditiea, so saatter how old sae may
be. - - - a
Made by the aationaDy knawa
Lea Taale Ca. it is sold by drag
gists most everywhere now, $L per
bottle, aa positive guarantee that
meaey wm lie ref saded if results
after sixty Cava are sot entirely
satisfactory. If year ews druggist
hasat Leas Hair Tonic sead dollar
bill, check, stamps ar moaey arder
to Lea Toaie Ca. Brentwood Md.
for battle retara mail pastage said.
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i LEAGUE GAME HEflE
POSHED A WEEK
Second Game of District's
Finals Today; First
SILVERTON, July 5 (Spe
cial) The second game of the
district finals in the American Le
gion Junior baseball program will
be played here this afternoon be
tween the SHverton and Newberg
Silvehon won the game at New
berg on til Fourth handily, 12 to
0, but the local boys are expecting
a closer game today as Schwab,
their ace pitcher, worked in the
Friday game and one of the other
moundsmen will be called upon to
day, possibly Perrine.
Should SHverton win this game
it will be champion of District No.
2 and will meet the District No. 1
winner next. A year ago the local
team reached the finals in the
Summary of Friday's game:
R H E
SilvertOQ 12 17 2
New.berg 0 6 3
Schwab and Rudehouser; Yon
te, Coleman and Hitchins.
NEW YORK, July 5 (AP)
The Giants pounded Luque and
Dudley for seven hits in the
fifth inning and with two Brook
lyn errors scored nine runs to de
feat the Robins 11 to 3. The de
feat sent the Robins into second
R H E
Brooklyn 3 10 2
New York 11 11 0
Luque, Dudley, Thurston and
Lopez. Picnicli; Hubbell and Ho
Cubs Beat Pirates
PITTSBURGH, June 6 (AP)
Hartnett. and Taylor hammered
out home runs today to assist
Chicago to wallop Pittsburgh 12
Chicago 12 19 0
Pittsburgh 3 9 4
' Moss, Osborn and Hartnett;
French, phagnon and Hemsley,
Make It S Straight
ST. LOUIS, July 5 (AP)
The Cardinals made it three
straight from the Cincinnati Reds
by winning today's game 6 to 4.
R H E
Cincinnati 4 11 2
St. Lo.uis c. 6 12 1
Lucas and Styles; Hallahan,
Bell and Mancuso.
Braves Win Two
PHILADELPHIA, July i
(AP) The Philadelphia Nation
als fell twice today before the
Boston Braves, the Braves win
ning the first game of the double
header bill, 17 to 6, and the
second 7 to R. Sisler and Clark
hit homers for Boston in the sec
ond game and Klein hit one for
R H E
Boston 17 19 2
Philadelphia S 8
Sherdel and Spohrer; Elliott,
Smith, Hansen and Rensa.
R H E
Boston 7 11 2
Philadelphia 4 12 0
Cantwell, Brandt ahd 'Spohrer;
Collard. Nicholas, Collins and Da
vis. New Collegiate
CHICAGO, July 6 (AP)
Cliff Sutter of New Orleans and
Harris Coggeshall of Des Moines,
la., swept into the final round of
the western tennis singles cham
pionship at .River Forest today
and will meet for the title tomor
row. Sutter, who was crowned na
tional intercollegiate champion
last Sunday when he overcame a
great field, advanced to the fin
al bracket by defeating George
Jennings of Chicago, national
public parks champion,' in
straight sets, 6-4, 6-0, 7-5. He is
the favorite in the final.
Coggeshall, one of the great
est net stars ever produced by
the Missouri valley district, earn
ed the right to meet Sutter for
the title by 'winning a hard
fought four-set match with Bruce
Barnes of Austin, Texas, who was
seeded number 1 in the draw, 6-2,
2-6. 6-4. 6-3.
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AS ROBINS BEAU
Three National Records
Fall as Swimming Meet
At Long Beach Proceeds
By PAUL ZIMMERMAN
LONG BEACH'.-Cel., July 5.
(AP) Continuing the general re
vision of the record books, select
swimmers in the national A. A. U.
championships today washed three
American marks from the log,
posting new ones in their stead,
in the third sesion of the 54th
Apparently the only reason no
new world marks were added to
the list of five submerged in the
first two days racing was the fact
that the aquatic artisans were
competing In events not given the
official O. K. of the International
Amateur Athletic federation.
Buster Crabbe. of the Los An
geles A. C. and two relay teams,
the Los Angeles A. C women's
Well, how about it, fans?
While we were off the Job the
other day they slipped one over
and billed Al Karasick for a bout
with Ernie Arthur, Wednesday
night. And they came right out
and said the fans here demanded
rough stuff sauce with tneir
wrestlinz. Karasick is without
much doubt the fellow to provide
it. Most of U3 can recall how ne
1umDed with both feet Into Wild-
eat McCann's back and crippled
the little bantam for tne rest oi
the boat. And we also recall how
they had to handcuff the Russian
at Astoria not long ago to keep
him from murdering a referee.
Right along we've considered
that the fans wanted clean
wrestling and recognized most
of the slapping and fist waving
as a lot of hooey. And we still
think the fans who know. any
thing about the game, look at it
Rut we've had clean bouts for
several weeks past and the crowds
have been dwindling. At Eugene
thev're atill oacklne them in with
Texas Teddy Waters and such
yeggs. Harry Plant, whose name
mt mixed nn with Harrv Lew's
the other day while we were gone,
has decided its rough stuff tne
boys want. Ernie Arthur, who'd
much rather wrestle clean, Is ar
riving at the same conclusion.
All right, we're telling you.
Watch as while they gouge and
bite Wednesday night. Get the
expression of long suffering
boredom that suffuses our us
ually sympathetic countenance.
But that's the program. We
hope you all stay at home and
prove we were right.
By the way, they tell us Frank
Bligh won't be admitted again
unless h ebrings his own chair.
Another thing happened while
we were off the job did you
read about the two new Oak- .
land pitchers, liustil and Swat
ted? Our wire news comes all in
capital letters, telegraph style.
We made a little error ourself
that morning, but like the Arkan
sas preacher, we have been advis
ed not to apologiie we might
make It worse.
Two men talking, one of them
an easterner, the other a Salem
merchant. Business succes was the
topic of conversation.
"My success," said the Salem
man, "depends wholly upon the
cooperation of the public."
"Well, for that matter, so does
mine," said the visitor from afar.
He's an undertaker. (M.L.)
DETROIT, July S (AP)
Walloping two Cleveland pitch
ers for 11 hits, Detroit won the
last of a three came series here
today S to I to make a clean
sweep of the series.
R H E
Cleveland 0 14 S
Detroit J S 21 1
Beat, Miller and Myatt; Hog
sett and Hayworth.
Yankee Ixwe Agnim
WASHINGTON, July i (AP)
A triple by Harris foUowed by
Spencer' a single ia the ninth In
ning gave the Senators their
third straight victory over the
New York Yankees today S to 2.
R H E
Now York 2 9 1
Washington S 10 0
Pencoek and Har grave. Ben
gough; Brown and Spencer.
White Sox Win
CHICAGO. July 6 (AP)
The White Sox copped the last
game of the series-from the
Browns here today, 8 to 1. Red
Faber gave St. Louis only seven
R H E
St. Louis l " 7 X
Chicago .t.. . ' 13 1
Coffman, Holshauser and Man
ion; Faber and Tate:
Al Simmons Helps
BOSTON, July 5-r-(AP) Al
Simmons' homer with, two on in
TIGEflS M Hi
quartet and the New York A. C.
men's combination transformed
the figures in three ' of today's
The women's 880 yard relay ag
gregation of the L. A. A. C. com
posed of Marjorie Lowe, Jennie
Cramev Olive Hatch and Joseph
ine McKIm, staged a brilliant fin
ish to defeat the New York Wom
en's Swimming association team
over the half mile route In -1
minutes, 18 3-l seconds. The
mark of 11 minutes 22 8-10 sec
onds was posted by the Gotham
swimmers In 1927.
The New York A. C. quartet had
things their own way throughout
the men's half mile contest, win
ning in 9 minutes 27 seconds, to
surpass the 1528 figure of the Il
linois A. C. by six seconds.
the fourth and a three run rally
in the ninth enabled the Phila
delphia Athletics to defeat the
Red Sox today, to 7 to 2. Berry
and Webb hit homers for Boston.
R H E
Philadelphia 7 12 .2
Boston 2 6 0
Mahaffey and Cochrane; Gas
ton, Smith, Durham and Berry,
ELKS HI LEGION
The Elks and American Legion
will meet in a Commercial league
baseball game Monday night
which may decide the champion
ship. If the Legion wins, it has
the title clinched.
The Elks have a chance to win
the championship but must win
four games this week to do it;
two from the Espee, Wednesday
and Thursday nights and another
from the Legion Friday night.
Chevrolet and Pepco are sched
uled to play the final Industrial
league game Tuesday night.
BERKELEY. Cal., July 4
(AP) H. V. Pike arose before
daylight today. He was nonchal
ant and reached for a cigarette.
When the air cleared and the
police and fire departments de
parted, he explained what he
thought was a cigarette was a
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Blow up in First Saturday;
Hollywood's 12-Game Wirt
Streak Reaches End
PORTLAND, Ore., J uly 5
(AP) After having lost five
straight to L6s Angeles, tn
Portland Ducks went all to pieces
in the first inning today and the
inmie niled o eleht runs on
seven hits and five errors.
The league leaders increasea
tn 1 tt K before the weird
V I . (
affair was rervWes Schulmerich
continued his deadly hitting whji
four out of five. '
R H B
Los Angeles , ? i
Portland - .- - '
Baecht and Hannah; OrwolU
Cascarella. McDonald, Chester
field and Woodall.
Stars Streak Ends
LOS ANGELES. July 5 (AP
Oakland ended Hollywood
winning streak of 12 straight
games by smothering the Stars
10-3 in today's game. -
R H . B
Oakland . 1 ?
Hollywood ....... ...t..-. 3 .
MoRm rfnA Lombard!: Page.
Hulvey, Redling and Severeid.
Coleman Basts It flp
SEATTLE, July 5 (AP)
ph Coleman's home run. in the
eirhth innina-. with two Seals on.
bases, broke up a tight fight here
today and San Francisco emergea
winner over Seattle. 8 to 3. The
series was knotted, each club
having three victories. '
R H B
San Francisco 8 12 1
Seattle :-3 8 9
Turpin and Penebsky; House,
Hansen and Borreani.
Missions Beat Sacs'
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6
(AP) Dutch Lieber pitched the
Missions to a 6 to 3 victory over
the Sacramento Senators today,
holding the visitors to 10 scat
R H H
Sacramento -3 10 1
Missions 6 14 0
Freitas and Wirts; Lieber and
MONMOUTH, July 6 Charles
E. Fransen formerly head of the
normal school's rural department,
and for several years with the ad
ministrative department of the
Santa Clara, California, schools,
visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. M.-Ebbert this week. He
will visit In Seattle and Spokane
before returning to the south.
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