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The C2SC0N STATESMAN, Safca. Oregon, SasuUy Morning, Avfnst 3, 1939
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Silverton B&U Tzqm Plays in State Legion Finals at Portland Wednesday
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HITTING POWER f COJOW
Bliss and Wirth Return to
Eugene Fold; Peterson
Willamette Valley League
W. L. Pet.
Salem4 . 3
En gene at Salem, dinger field.
1 n. m.. on account of the air
tonr program later In the day.
Corrallia at Albany.
Probable lAn- ups
T. Girod, cf
P. Girod. as
linger. 3 b
L. Glfod, 2b
A strengthened Eugene baseball
team will come here today "hot
for battle, determined to win back
the tie position with the saiem
Senators which it enjoyed up to a
week aito. The game has been call
ed for 1 p. m., In order that fans
mar see the game and then if they
wish attend the air tour show at
Eugene's additional strength is
largely in the hitting department,
the one where it has been most
needed. Chuck Wirth, spsedr little
infielder who clicked the horse
hide at a merry rate early In the
season, and Jack Bliss, slugging
catcher, hare returned to the
The Senatorial lineup, as the
politicians would say. will be the
same' as last week with Hogan
firmly established in left field. The
resenre catcher worked there last
Sunday and Monday and while not
yet' a finished fielder, he man
aged to snag everything that came
along, and helped ont In the clout
' Andy Peterson, Salem's star
twirler, will be opposed to Bur
ton, with whom he engaged In a
successful mound duel In the last
game at Eugene between these
two teams. Eugene has rppeared
bere only once previously this sea
son, and that was an 11-inning
game in which Jones of Salentnnd
Baker of Eugene were the oppos
One of the Eugene players whom
local fans will watch closely is
Ken Robie, third baseman, who
has been given a tryout with the
Mission dub in the Coast league,
and may be signed up by the Mis
sions later in the season when the
player limit Is lifted.
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IIEl'l GORII MED!
IF YOU HAVE AN ACHE
LET THIS EXPERT
HE LOOKS AFTER THE TWENTY-SIX
ATHLETES OF WASHINGTON BALL TEAM
For More Than Twenty Years He's Been Relieving Lane
Back, Sore, Stiff Muscles, Swollen Joints, Sprains,
Achy Feet, Rheumatic Pains and Kindred IBs
of Big League Athletes
Greatest Living Expert On
Keeping Athletes In
FRY HIS METHOD ON
YOUR ACHES OR PAINS
We want to introduce the
reader to Mike Martin, who
probably knows more about
keeping a person in fighting
, condition than anyone else
living. For over 20 years at
various universities and with
the New York Yankees, Cin
cinnati Reds and now as train
er of the Washington Ball
Club, Mike Martin has -won
fame as a lightning quick fix
er of iprains, pains, aches,
etc.; .. ' -
Mike Martin Is a genius. He
can take -men claimed, to be
too old, stiff or. rheumatic to
play baseball at all and make
;jthem as frisky, vigorous, sup-
Now for the Townies. It's fun
ny, we haven't seen much of that
outfit-this yearv Ifs been a Ufc
tie - tiresome watching the Sen
ators play Corvallis and Albany
all the time, one of the draw
baeks of a four-club league. The
intense rivalry largely makes up
Bat the way the srhedale
tamed out, the Eageae boys
played here only once In the
first half and today they're
here for the first and last time
hi the second half.
The shoe's on the other foot
now. At that time the Senators
were -deep in their one-run de
feat doldrums and lying prone at
the bottom of . the heap. Now
they're all alone on top. yet if
Eugene wins today it 11 be back
la a tie.
When Eugene heat the Sen
ators here S to 2 that Sautday
approximately two months
ago, Harold dinger was
holding down third base for
the Townies, and he wrecked
the ball game la' the eleventh
Inning yes, that was the
elevea inning affair by hit
ting s two bagger with none
down and scoring on McLar
Now Olle Is play is g with the
Senators and bitting well up the
list, though the pitchers have
been serving him the sort of
throws he ttoesat like lately and
he Isn't quite at the top. Bat
ting against Brown of Corvallis
has wrecked some other good
averages. e ; Olle's Isn't really
wrecked. Lots of hitters would
be satisfied with it. and then
Also the Senators now have
Billy SalliTan and Andy Peter
son. Talk a boat higher eda
cation, look what three col
lege boys did for "Frisco' and
his ont fit.
The management has kindly
arranged today's game for 1 p.
m., so the fans can see lt--pro-vided
it doesn't run eleveq in
nings again-and then go ont
and greet the fliers.
Dumb Dulcie has apparently
an abiding interest In some of
Spec Keene's football men, be
cause she asked us Saturday'
when practice would start. We
told her September 9.
- "When did" Spec announce
that?" asks Dulcie. "I didn't
see anything in the paper about
"The date was set at tbe con
ference meetiug," we explained,
whereupon Dulcie came back: .
"Oh. do the Methodists decide
A Fanchon and Marco girl
who dkln't know how to ride a
bikr. Abo, we saw the "racing
pontes" hcing : lel oat of the
theatre and they had west
ern stock saddles on them!
Talk a boot false pretenses..
(S. I. J.)
Plays N. Howell
SILVERTON, Aug. 2 Tbe
Silverton Hills Grange baseball
team will battle with the North
Howell Grange team here Sunday
starting at 2:30 o'clock in the
first of the champion series of
the Marion county Grange base
ball league. North Howell has
won seyen games out of eight
thus far and Silverton Hills has
won six out of eight.
pie and quick as a boy. Mike
Martin knows his business
ask Herb Pennock, Ty Cobb,
Geo. Sisler, Lea Meadows,
Ray Kremer, Walter Johnson,
Alexander, Chief Bender,
Nick Altrock, or any of the
big stars of today, or the past
few years. They know. Ask
the trainer of any1 of the Big
League Ball Clubs.
HE CAN HELP YOU
Mike Martain has had a little
folder printed, telling how he
guicldy banishes stiff, swollen
joints, achy, lame backs or feet,
various rheumatic pains, etc He
has arranged with leading drug
gists here isr town to sell you
generous' sued bottles of the lini
ment these great rStars" use. He
has made it a fang time for his own
use. Athletes on other teams kept
Mike busjrmaJdng his "Hike Mar
tin Liniment.' Trainers, coaches,
colleges, big league teams all over
the country buy it, by the gallon
from: 11 ike. Now, Mike Martin,
swamped with , demands for this
Said Botronger Thata
Winners hersa Yesr Ago
Bv RALPH CURTIS
T7K)Rthe second time since
JL1 ball "took hold" in Oregon,
the Silveribn ig&m w2S Tmeet.
of Portland in the state final
the Vaughn street diamond.
From all indications fasterO
baseball has been played
throughout the state in this
year's competition, yet the teams
now slated to meet in tbe cham
pionship game were outstand
ingly superior to any of the oth
er district champions.
Marlon connty fans are cer
tain that the Silverton team Is
considerably stronger this year
than last, and tbe same has been
said of the Edwards team in
comparison, to last year's state
champions, the Gyro Cards who
defeated Silverton here in a
closely contested final game.
The game promises to be a
portslde pitchers duel, with Or
vllle. Schwab of Silverton pitted
against Ed DemoreM of the
The Portland team, like the
Gyro Cards of last year, is
coached by Bill Garbarino. prom
inent semi-pro player and man
ager of that city. One of the
outstanding players is Bob Gray
son, first baseman, a yonnger
brother of "Buck" Grayson, O.
S. C. star.
-The lineup includes ' Richards,
catcher; Lassell, third baseman
and relief hurler; Sutton, second
base; Reeves, shortstop; Trusky.
Courtney. Helmbucher, Adams
and Luhr, outfielders.
Silverton will probably have
the same lineup which figured in
the division championsbip games
with Eugene: Schwab and Rudi
houser forming the battery with
Perrlne for reserve mound duty;
Manning on first base. Keber on
second. Hibbard at short.
Kitchen on third and Holman,
Foreman and Craig in the out
field. Perrlne, Kitchen, Fore
man and Craig are Salem boys.
The team is coached by "Frisco"
Edwards, manager of the Salem
Win Be Present
Reports received bere Indicate
that Silverton will virtually
"close up" and move to Portland
en masse for Wednesday's game.
Governor Norblad, Senators Me
Nary and Steiwer and Congress
man Korell, in addition to all of
the state officers of the Ameri
can Legion, will be on .hand.
The winner will play In the
regional finals at Baker August
14. 15 and 1C, against champion
teams from Montana, Washing
ton and Idaho.
NEWPORT. R. I.. Aug. 2.
(AP) Weetamoe today defeated
the three other aspirants for the
honor of defending the America's
cup over a 37 mlle'eonrse from
New London, Conn., to Newport.
The course represented the open
ing run of the eight-day New York
Yacht elub cruise.
The Morgan-Nichols boat cross
ed the finish line more than three
minutes ahead of Enterprise, sail
ed by Harold S. Vanderbilt
Vanltie, tbe unsuccessful can
didate for defense of tbe trophy a
decade ago, nf nruished the great
est surprise of the day. With Reso
lute, the successful 1920 defend
er, Vanltie started five minutes
later than the new cup boats but
finished ahead of Whirlwind and
Yankee and had the. best actual
time of any of the boats but Weet
HIKE MARTIN, Trainer
Washiagtea Baseball Ctah
liniment and directions how to
use it, his employed a big sales
company to distribute it and they
are supplying all the druggists
Mike still superintends the Making'
of it during odd times .between
acting as trainer of the American
League Washington Ball Club.
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American Legion junior base-
the statewide program will
the Edwards Furniture team
game, slated for 2:45 p. m. on
I Ell HI VAHKS
NEW YORK. Aug. t (AP)
The Washington Senators made a
big gain today in the struggle
with the Yankees for second
place by winning both games of
a doable header, 9 to S and t to
5. Babe Ruth bit his 3Sth home
run in the second game.
. R H E
Washington 9 IS 1
New York - I.3 S 2
Jones and Spencer; Johnson,
Holloway and Dickey, Bengough.
R H E
Washington 9 17 0
New York 6 9 1
Marberry, Hadley and Ruel;
Sherid. Holloway and Dickey.
Indians Win Easily
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 2 (AP)
The Cleveland Indians pounded
Blaeholder and Holshouser hard
to defeat the St. Louis Brawns
here today. 12 to 4. for the sec
ond straight game of the series.
R H E
Cleveland 12 14 0
St. Louis 4 t S
Hudlin and L. Be well. Sprinz;
Blaeholder and Manlon. Hung-
Tigers Take Another
DETROIT. Aug. 2 (AP)
The Detroit Tigers took the sec
ond game in a row from the Chi
cago White Sox today, defeating
the visitors 12 to 2 In a game in
which the losers made s hits and
the winners 15.
R H E
Chicago 2 S
Detroit 13 IS 1
Thomas, Henry and Tate; Uhle
Athletics Win Two
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 2
(AP) A, seventh Inning rally
when they scored fire runs, fol
lowed by two and one more in
the eighth and ninth gave the
Philadelphia Athletics their sec
ond victory over the Boston Red
Sox. 8 to 7, in today's double
header bill. Simmons hit his 25 th
homer of the season with one on
in the second game. The Athlet
ics took the first game, t to 2.
R H E
Boston 12 t 2
Philadelphia 9 7 1
Morris, Smith, and Heving,
Connelly; Shore and Cochran,
R H E
Boston i 7-10 1
Philadelphia S 15 2
MacFayden and Berry; Rom
mel, Mahaffey, Quinn, Earnshaw,
Grove and Cochrane.
Wins 9 Events
At lllahee Club
The Farrar family figured
prominently In the contests stag
ed at the lllahee Country club
golf course In connection with a
dinner given by men of the elub
to their wires Wednesday night
' John Farrar won the putting
and pitching contests for men,
and Mrs. Farrar the women's
pitching contest 'Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Stewart won the husband-and-wife
one-ball ton rney.
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tourney Affair .
Salem will gets its first look
at the competition for the newly
established northwest middle
weight championship wrestling
belt Wednesday night at the ar
mory, when Ernie Arthur of this
city and Merrln Barrackman of
Albany will meet in a two-hour
Both are well known to local
wrestling fans but have not met
in the local arena. Barrackman
was one of the men Arthur de
feated several years ago In Can
ada In quest of the Canadian mid
dleweight title which he holds.
Local fans place Arthur as a
favorite, although Barrackman
has held his own with the best
grapplers In the vicinity. In his
matches here, which were gov
erned by the Australian rules, he
appeared largely as a defensive
wrestler, able to keep out of ser
ious trouble and await an opening
for a winning hold.
Staff Left in .
In several matches at Albany
under-the Police Gazette rules,
Barrackman according to reports
showed as much willingness to
mix as any of his opponents. Con
tending that the rabbit punch
and Sonnenberg are recognized in
all championship tournaments,
Barrackman Insisted that these
tactics be permitted in his match
with Arthur this week.
There will be a SO-minute pre
liminary, details of which have
not yet been announced.
8EABRIGHT. N. J.. Aug. 2.
(AP) Tbe 37th annual Seabright
invitation tennis tournament came
to a close today with the east sal
vaging one title from the invad
ing forces of the far west
Richard N. Williams of Phila
delphia former national singles
champion, and J. Gilbert Hall.
South Orange, N. J., gained the
only outright eastern victory by
winning the men's doubles final
from Sydney B. Wood, former
Pasadena youth, and Frank
Shields, New York, 2-6, 4-6, 6-1,
Mrs. Lawrence A. Harper, San
Francisco, won the woman's sing
les crown, defeating Dorothy
Crulckshank, Santa Ana, Cal., 6-4,
6-4. and Edith Cross, San Fran
cisco, teamed with Hall to defeat
Mrs. Harper and Phil Neer, Port
land, Ore., in the mixed doubles.
The west captured both of the
titles decided yesterday. Wood
winning the men's singles and Miss
Cross and Mrs. Harper the worn'
Sacs Rally in
9th and Defeat
Seals 8 to 7
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 2
(AP) Sacramento came from
behind In the ninth today to score
three runs on five bits and defeat
tbe Seals 8 to 7. An error by
Qonoran helped the Sacs pile up
tha score. The Seals made a bid
to tie the count In the last bait of
the ninth when Coleman witn two
on bases lined ont to right field
to end the game.
R H E
Sacramento 8 18 2
San Francisco ..7 13 1
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At Oineinntti 8. St. Looia 9.
At Boiton 3-5, Philadelphia 2-4.
At Brooklyn 6, Mew Tork 8.
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CHICAGO. Aug. 2 (AP)
The Pirates defeated the Cubs 14
to 8 in a swatfest today. Both
teams oounded out 16 hits but
the Pittsburghers bunched theirs
to better advantage.
R H E
Pittsburgh 14 16 3
Chicago 16 0
Kremer and Bool; Maione,
Bush, Nelson, Sbealy and Hart
nett, Z. Taylor.
CINCINNATI, Aug. 2. (AP)
St. Louis put on a late rally to
day and defeated the Reds 9 to 8
in eleven Innings.
St. Louis - 9 15 1
Cincinnati 8 19 2
- Bell, Grabowskl, L i n d s e y,
Johnson and Wilson; Benton and
Braves Take Two
BOSTON, Aug. 2 (AP) The
Braves took both games of a dou
ble header from the Phillies here
today. The scores were 3 to 2 and
5 (to 4. The second game went
R H E
Philadelphia 2 $ 0
Boston - 3 10 0
Collard, Elliott and Davis; Sel
bold and Cronin.
R H E
Philadelphia 4 9 0
Boston 5 8 1
Benge and Rensa; Sherdel and
Error Helps Giants
BROOKLYN, Aug. 2 (AP)
An error by Glenn Wright in the
llth Inning today gave the New
York Giants two runs and an 8 to
6 victory over the Robins. The
Giants scored three time in the
llth as Bill Walker's triple al
most won his own game. Freder
ick hit a homer for Brooklyn.
- R H E
New York 8 16 0
Brooklyn 6 13 2
Walker, Heving and Hogan;
Thurston, Moss, Heimach and
Of Title Bout
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2.
(AP) Ancil Hoffman, boxing
promoter here, announced today
Ray Alvis, manager of young
Jack Thompson, welterweight
champion of the world, refused
an offer of $65,000 tomeet Young-4
Corbett of Fresno in a title
Hoffman received the follow
ing from Alvis "many thanks fbr
your offer. You are getting better
all the time, Just ad $35,000 to
that offer and I'll take the
BELLINGHAM, Wash., Aug. 2
(AP) Johnny Shields, for the
past two years champion of Dart
mouth college and recent winner
of the Seattle city title, today
won the Washington state ama
teur golf championship herefrom
Alec Duncan, 3 up and 2 to go
In a scheduled 26 hole match, A
year ago, Duncan won the title
from his fellow Seattleito in the
final of the same tournament.
VICTORIA, B. . C. Ang. 2.-
(AP)--Joe Cougblin, Saa Fran-;
Cisco left bander, won the men's
grass court" championship of
British. Columbia here today de
feating v Henry Prushoff. Se
attle, 6-2, 4-C. 2-6, 6-3. Is the
finaL Charlotte Miner, Berkeley,
won the women's crown- from her
fellow Callfornlan, Mrs. Golda
Myer Gross In straight sets, 6-1,
6-2. - ' - - .
N T III
Make Bid But Lose Out as
Severeid Singles With
2 Out Last Frame
PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 2.
(AP) Hollywood won the usual
game Jrom Portland tonight, 4
Pyv govorHj broe a 3 tj, I
deadlock when" his single with
two out scored Heath from sec
ond in the ninth. It was Holly
wood's fifth victory of the pres
ent series and Portlands ninth
- R H j E
Hollywood 4 6 2
Portland . . 3
Hollerson. Wetzel and
eld; Fullerton and Palm.
Sods' Spart Continaes
SEATTLE, Aug. 2. (AP)
The Seattle Indians continued
their slaughter of the Missions
tonight, letting them down; to a
S to 0 shutout. It waS the
fourth consecutive win for the
tribe and gave them all but the
opening game of the series. The
Indians scored three rnns in the
third inning and two In the
seventh. Zahniser kept the Mis
sions seven hits well scattered.
Salem Golf Course 2 miles south
on River Drive. 18 hole watered fair
ways, large greens. Fes 7 Sc. Sundays
and holidays, $1.00.
REETEE GOLF, driving practice,
20 balls for 10c. For men and wom
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Why ax miles to ewlm when you
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HAZEL GREEN PARK Swim
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amusement apparatus. Miniature golf
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R. D. Barton National Batteries
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TlaE? SmDZB WOMDRT1"
Telephone IS r tit & High
CAPITAL rnrw twr.n
Knott was replaced by r&rrough
In the eighth.
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Missions ... 0 7 -
Seattle .5 10 , 0
Knott, Darrough and Hoff
mann; Kahniser and Borreani.
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Oakland 7 u 7
Los Angeles 20 20 J
Edwards, McQuald, Pearson
and Lombard!; Home, Walsh
Insco Is Winner
Of Post Stakes
CHICAGO. . lg. 2 JAP)
Running like a streak of light
ning, Insco, two-year-old son of
Sir Gallahad Ill-Starflight, won
the $26,000 Post and Faddock
stakes, riches event for two-year-.
oias 01 me 193 0 season, in the
closing feature of the S 0-day meet-'
ing at Arlington park today.
Insco won by four leigths, beat
ing Hyman of the Rancocas sta
ble with B'ar Hunter, entry of E.
R. Bradley, third.
. CTJIXODKX WINNER
CLEVELAND, Aug. 2 (APT
Coming up from last place at
the start, Culloden, tbe Johnson
Camden entry, won the fifth re
newal of the $12,000 Ohio state
derby at Balnbridge tract here
today. Pete Groos was astride,
sending Culloden over the mile
and one eighth in 1:51 3-5, equal,
ling the track record.
New SDrtna-filled innf M.rnj'
directly from factory to vou. Capital
City Bedding Co.TeL 11 2030 NorX
Stiff Furniture Company.
QE( C WILL Pianos, Phone,
eraphs. sewing machines, sheet musle
and Piano studies. Repairing phone
graphs and sewing machines 432 State
PHONE GLENN Adanis for house
decorating, paperhanging. tinting, ete.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING and general repair
TeL 66?'''' Br0S- " S- lAertyr
Hart and Ray Oil burners, beating,
plumbing and general repairs. J. a.
Bernard!. 468 Ferry. Tel 2949.
PLUMBING & SUPPLIES
ConL8hTeLP,i,700.lnSUPPlT Ca 171 &
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pam
phlets, programs, books or any kin
SL Panting, ca" at The Statesman
Pi,nUJ!.g,Dfp?rtnient- tls 8- Commer
cial TeL 600.
vfT purpose, ror every euras
xUU"tBi?da.r4s,zes of Radio Tubes.
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. 34T
Court Bt, TeL 335.
LAWN mowers sharpened, saw filing-,
keys, etc Stewart 251 Court
Steamship reservations. Salem Tray
el Agency, 176 S. High. Tel. 834. -
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
JS11' . M2 reared. All
' W0Ifw,r fenc. rncy and
plain, hop baskets and hooks, logaa
t?2k8aleJn. Fenc nd Stove Works.
2S Chemekets street R. B. Fleming,
P-"- MOSIIER TaHor for men and
womon. 474 Oonrf Ft
TOP AND BODY WORK
JEP.S. ft,nl tetr repairs, a
tomobMe painting. Knowles Top 4k
Body Shop, tit n. High. TeL S49S
fitStlFAfe ,aK. Transfer Co. 22
Sfrdtaft'-5aL retributing, for
Wa? nJ storage our specialty. Get
our rates. .. . ,
.-FOR-,'.OC?,,.?r Iant transfer stor
age, call 8181, Larmer Transfer Co.
Trucks to Portland dally. -
WILLAMETTE Vaney Transfer Ca
'on distance hauUng. 2 dally trips-
reMIrSUt'r8' lronr. eleanere
. 'BECKB At
WI S. Hhlh
8. M. MBT m -
is n. High si?; "T":
SUIe St . . ; TeL lit
fML' ?-3BKinORST St CO.
IU 8. Liberty St , TeL lit,
ttt-t Ftrst Nat Bk. Kdg TsL ItsV
121 N. Comtnerclal'
TeL 4 264V
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