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PAGE TEN ' The OREGON STATESMAN, Stem, Oregon Tutaday Mong. SpUmbcr 30, 1930 ' U
'CtmSmaH Arrive rf ;Mtt& Appear Nonchahni M
Violet Squad of N.Y.U; Prepares
Teams; View big Struggle
As Just Some More Ball
Games, They say
J By BRIAN BELL .
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 19
(AP) The St LouU Cardinals,
champions ot the National league,
eame to Philadelphia today, nV
to open the world series Wednes
day, bnt "just to play a couple of
' ball fames. On arrlral they
toand that the Philadelphia Attn
tetics, too, regarded the opening
- eontest as "only a ball same" and
not an eple straggle.
- ' 1 Gabby street, with bis battered
nnters bruised by the steaming
slant of Walter Johnson and hun
dreds of other pitehers In his 20
rears of catching, spoke tor hlr
Cardinals on their arrlral at the
battle field this afternoon.
."There's nothing to get excit
ed about." said the manager of
the Cardinals, as a whimsical
imfle .coyered his weather-beaten
-"We are here just to play a
v couple of ball games. We won't
- tighten np and we will do .our
best. Of course, we think we will
win, but if we don't they can't
Connie Black not
Connie Mack, the soft-Toiced
manager of the Athletics with 7
vpar of livin? behind him, 50
in the cycles in baseball, had only
He was afraid his
players would be taxed to the
near- breaking point by the de
mand of friends for tickets.
"This waiting for games to
" . start is worEe than the play it
? self," he said. "No, I won't pre
dict the outcome of the series. I
inow we hare a good team and
the Cards must have a great one,
considering their wonderful up
hill fight for the pennant. That
was one of the finest finishes any
i. team ever made and I know that
'a crowd that can accomplish that
is capablof doing anything." m
. The Athletics today took an ex
tended batting drill with Jack
Quinn 'their spitball pitcher,
throwing the balls up to them.
The A's expect Burleigh Grimes
to be the Cardinal pitcher in the
opening game and Manager
' street has made no secret of his
Intention to start the former Rob
in, Giant. Pirate and Brave.
i Is Order of day
. After the batting drill the A's
L executed themselves from com
pany and had a "secret practice
much on the order ot a football
team preparing nig autumn game.
All the American league cham
pions were pronounced tit. The
. ' Cardinals report two casualties.
Jimmy Wilson, the first string
catcher, got a sprained ankle
some time ago and probably will
not be able to take his turn be
hind the bat. Unless an emer
gency arises, Gus Mancuso. the
young catcher with a big batting
average, will do all the receiving.
Sylvester Johnson, a pitcher, too,
has guff red recenly from an old
Injury, but he will be able to
pitch if called to the mound.
K. M. Landls, baseball commis
sioned, was one of the few "out
siders" who saw the A's do their
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VPtWTn TaKapk.4 BoivrirNAMAf2A CHICKMeEHAN cJ IM XANGUAx v
Grand Coach Chickf Meehan f preliminary paces as tho fot. Heehan U confident of
ured above as he is putting T ball season gets under way. the KP t
thVS qoad from New York Ther are at practice at Farm. phs during the fortheomin.
University .through strenuons tagdale, I L, tad Coach aeason.
starts at Beainnina After
Early Tilts; Confer
ence Games Loom
DUCKS Ml SENS
SPLIT 10 GAMES
. PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 29.
(AP) Portland and San vFran
clsco split a double header "here
today, the Ducks taking the first,
S to 2, but dropping the nightcap,
i tn 2. With big Curt Fullerton
pitching five-hit ball, the Beavers
had no trouble taking the tlrst,
and they clouted McDougaL, Perry
and Helm for 13 safeties. Portland
went way out in front In the third
inning to bunch six hits for a to
tal of fire runs.
Hank McDonald, the lanky kia
pitcher of the Ducks, was the vic
tim in the second game but lasted
the entire contest. ' J
R H B
San Francisco .2
Portland 1S J
McDougal, Perry, Helms and
Gaston; Fullerton and Woodall.
R H E
San Francisco f
Portland 2 3
Douglas and Penebsky; HcDon
DETROIT, Sept 29. (AP)
Tuffy Griffiths, Sioux City, Iowa,
heavyweight, knocked out Em
mett Rocco. Ellwood City, Pa.,
In the second round of a sched
uled fen round bout here to
under-cover work. The commis-
sisoner pronounced the physical
arrangements for the series sat
Let's see. What's the menu
this week? The gridmen have
to look forward at least from
Monday to Saturday sometimes
Friday In these days of flood
lights so the fans might as
well look torward a few days
too. Practically speaking,! In
these days of big business foot
ball, the fans have to look ahead
farther than the players. The
boys who wear the deated shoes
have one advantage; they 1 can
get Inside the stadia. The pub
lic has to fight for tickets; that
is, most anywhere but lnj the
northwest. Graduate managers
in this region would be better
pleased if the same conditions
The Webfoots are oa their
way east to Chicago, where If
the gunmen don't get 'em,
they play Drake Friday night.
We haven't seen any dope on
Drake In the papers, so well
have to dig it oat for onrself.
It seems that Drake Is located
at Des Moines, the capital of our
native state, so we ought to
know; but you wouldn't believe
it, maybe, our Interest in toot
ball began after we left there.
We dldnt get Interested until
about 30 years ago. Well, to
get back to Drake, It's a progres
sive collich. because they've been
playing night football at home
for two years. The lights at: Chi
cago will be no novelty to those
Last year Drake was unde
feated In the Missouri Valley
conference bat was held to a
0 to 0 tie by Grinncll. Drake
was conceded the champion
ship because Grinnell, though
undefeated, won only one
game, the rest being ties.
Coached bv Ossie Solem. this
Drake outfit beat Iowa State,
which is a Big Six college, 7 to
0. and lost to Notre Dame 19 to
7. Well, that's no disgrace. Beat
Simpson, Oklahoma, Aggies,
Washington university and
Creighton by fairly big scores.
Lost to University ot Missouri
I and Temple university ot Phila
delphia, but then Drake bad an
extra heavy schedule or It might
have done better In these two.
Doesn't look as though Ore
gon was meeting any setup.
Oregon State goes down to L.
A. to play its first conference
game, and against Southern Qal.
Schlssler will need those reserves
we saw ten days ago. We heard
Schlss had been' driving the boys
nrettv bard last week and that
possibly caused their gloomy
showing against Gonsaga.
Washington plays Montana at
Seattle: conference game but
nothing to hop the rattlers to
see. Washington State goes
down to the torrid Golden Gate
country and plays U. of Cal.; an
other tough-break for the north
west. Idaho will try to keep
Anse Cornell's College ot Idaho
boys from scoring. Stanford has
another non-conference tilt, with
Yes, It's the soup course;
maybe good and hot, but
we're not down to the meat
with thlnra looking about as
Mik ther Dossibly could af-
tr two expected drubbings at me
iinta of the bic college elevens
at Oregon, the Willamette unt-
Araitv foothill sound started in
w- s : . - . .
at the beginning Monaay nigm
in hnild nn for the Northwest
inference season, still almost
threa weeks away.
Willamette's first test win oe
probably Its severest one; a nignt
game many mnes irom noo
aralnst College of Idaho, the
team whleh scored to touch
downs on the powerful Washing
ton State eleven last saturaay.
This game will be played at Cald
well October 18.
Many ot the Bearcat gridmen,
especially the baekfleld men,
were wearing strips of plaster
above their eves: they seemed to
have encountered an epidemic of
forehead cots in Friday night's
eame with Oregon, though bio-
body could offer a definite expla
Aside from, these cuts, few new
injuries were brought home from
Eugene. Haldane has a bunged-up
shoulder, Julian Smith a twisted
knee but both are out for prac
tice and will recover in time for
the Idaho game. Some of the oth
ers are nursing varied bruises
which also are expected to heal
Ed Cardinal, star end of last
year's championship tteam, re
ported for practice Monday ana
acted as though he bad been do-
I n g some training previously.
Walt Erickson was out, with his
broken wrist in a plaster east
which is scheduled to come off
sometime prior to October 18.
Gridiron Work Starts at
Junior Highs; Candidates!
Are Mostly Inexperienced
WWSSEY WKiS BUT
Football suits were issued at
Leslie Junior high yesterday and
no time was lost In preliminar
ies. Oeaeh Gurnee Fiesner at onca
plunged the boys into a stiff
Only four lettermen irom
year's team returned this year
and all of these are linemen. Ma
son and Flag who play the end
positions are both returning. i ne
other two lettennen are Eckstein,
tackle and Halverson, e e n i e r.
Brown, bulky Uckle, will help
even nn the other side of the line.
leaving only two guards to oe re
cruited. A transier irom a ron
fanit arhool who Is a lineman
hovi nromlse of working in
beautifully as one or tne guaras
and several other beefy men are
to report today. Hasting Is anoth
er man who had -some experience
as a guard last year.
t the hackfleld there are two
Iwho played some last year and
both call themselves quarter
backs. One of these is Elliott who
haa enouzh size that he should
work in any position. The other
1 French, one of the smallest
brothers of Curt French, star
Quarterback o n Willamette's
(hamtiionshio team of last year,
The Initial turnout was not large
but the boys mean business ana
quite a number of additional re
cruits will be pusnmg me pig
GIVEN KING BOBBY
ATLANTA. Sept. 29 (AP)
Bobby Jones, returned from his
fourth and last great goit con
quest of the year, was safely ens5
conced tonight in his home where
his kingdom begins and spreads
around, the world.
Bobby arrived at the Brook
wood railway station early today
from Philadelphia amid the
cheers of his fellow townsmen,
the shrill whistles of locomotive
and factory whistles and the
clicking newspaper and news-reel
There was no great outpouring
such as that of July when he rode
In regal splendor throughout
downtown Atlanta and received
the applause of almost everybody
in the city. It was just a homey
greeting for the returned mon
Little Bobby, christened Robert
Tyre III, shared the cameras with
his smiling dad.
Business bowling league, newly
formed, began last night with six
teams entered, genator ooa
Shop players rolled their way to
hieh series with 2459, uunocar
Service coming close behind with
2415. But Salem Sanitary Milk
company boys took away the hon
ors for high game score ot the ev
ening with an 861.
Vail, of Raymond Macmne
Shoo, rolled high individual
game, ZZ4; Joe, or saiem juy
Bakery, eries man, 543. Score by
games was as follows: Cunocar
Service two, Raymond Machine
Shop, one; Senator Food Shop.
three, McKay Chevrolet Machine
Shop none; and Salem Sanitary
Milk Company three, Salem City
Every league night Is full this
week. Tonight the City league
continues; Wednesday, Fraternal;
Thursday, Commercial; Friday,
KJelly 154 144 144
long way to
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29x450 . . G.20
30 x4.50 . . G.30
28x 4.75 7.40
31x5.25 ' 0.75
29 x 5.50 . ; p.05
32 x6.00 . 12.90
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They have a wide, thick tread of piire
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v Kelly Lotta Miles tires are the best tires
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Associated Dealers ' "
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Smith' and Townsend
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Dooglas McKay '
Chevrolet Sales and Servica
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Triangle Service Station ;
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Priem and Caspell
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Ml FOX SDK
HERE OCTOBER 7
"Greater Fighting Season'
opens here for the winner when
Ted Fox and Joe Marcus or Fort-
land meet at the armory Octo
ber 7. Fox, who has drawn very
large crowds here In the past.
needs no introduction to the Sa
lem fight fans.
Fox returned from the Philip
pines about two months ago and
started working into shape. Since
that time matchmaker Harry
Plant has been .negotiating and
has finally found him a worthy
opponent in Joe Marcus. When
these two lightweights meet at
the armory they will be at their
best and a speedy affair will like
This fight will likely rejuven
ate interest among the fans who
have not had such a treat for sev
eral years. With such a notable
main event to head the card, Har
ry Plant Is lining up a worthy
SEMI FIIHIS FOR
PRESIDENT GUP ON
Walter Cline will meet Frank
Lynch, and Fred Annunsen will
play Dave Eyre In the semi fl
nals of the Salem Golt club's
president's cup tournament this
week or next Sunday.
Eyre won from Ted Chambers
in the hardest fought match of
the quarter final round in the
enampionsnrp night. Eyre was
ahead, nearly all the way but
Chambers rallied and tied him
on the 18th hole. Eyre took the
Annunsen defeate dDr. J. H.
Garnjobst 3 np and Lynch won
fsoxn Don Hendrie 5 and 4.
In the first flight semi finals
this week Russell Bonesteele
will play Albert Bayne, and P.
D. Quisenberry will play Scott
Tkirt.ir fnotbill nlayers of
Itarrfafc liintap hirh CSfbed lO Old
suits from Willamette university
poured onto OUnger neia ys"
day for the first practice of the
p.rHah ! suffering from grad-
nattnn nniv four of the large
squad are lettennen. uoacn
old Hauk found that only ten ot
m. m.n have had football exper
ience and at once proeeecea io
iv them some. A hard workout
and a race to the dressing rovm
featured the first day on the field
vli thai n Miacll.
uamIt 170 sound tackle, Is
nlnr tn mlkn th line Wider OH
nn aid. tJMJarain is me omn
letterman who plays in tne
and he plays end. Plenty or
weight Is in sight for the rest ef
thir line hut exnerlence Is lack
ing. Perhaps the Inexperience
situation can' be overcome with
practice for the Junior high boys
-can make as much noise In the
ArMainr room, holler as loudly
about cold shoulder pads and
haw iimt a much Deo as the
fclrh school boys do.
Nicholson, halfback, and Per
rlnf. nnarterbaek. are the ball
nackers who are lettennen. Ram
age also had some experience as
a halfback last year. Most of the
new men are backfield men, they
. bnt some of them may be
shifted to line positions.
Harold Hauk's first day of root
ball coaching was climaxed by
broken water nipe in the shower
room which immediately startea
a flood. Most of the boys had left
and none of those who remamea
seemed to know.where the janitor
lived. A search party to locate the
main water control also failed.
Finally one boy was sent on a bi
cycle with one pedal in search
of one of the janitors. -
SIB SETS CHEERS
.A DELPHIA, Sept. Zi
rAPl-Lev Masaey. PMladelphla
featherweight. trM awarded the
decision over Eddie sue.
gingttle Chicago battler. In the
ten wand event Inaagurat-Kg-the
Massey weigneo xt
"The decision was anpopular
with many of the J-.
instead ot cheering the wtnner,
a hometown boy whe la popnlar.
the fans appeared aasea
verdict. Then they cheered Shea
for five minutes.
Frank "Welner. ehairaaa of the
state athleUe commission, follow
ed the .ereetrauea enea
dressing room. ... M
"The decision. was terrible,
Welaer said. "Certainly It wag
the worst I ever saw. in.
thing 1 can do la to relieve to
night's officials of any further
work here. ,A
Boxing critics at the ringside
gave Shea the verdict by a wide,
margin. They credited the Chlca
goan with seven rounds, Massey
with two, and three even.
Going and Wins
Third Fame 14-1
Because of the sanitary and
health measures now in use near
ly every disease due to dirt has
been stamped out In England.
PARKWAY FIELD, Louisville,
Ky., Sept. 29. (AP) The Louis
ville Colonels hit their stride this
afternoon in their fifth game with
Rochester Red Wings at Parkway
field and won 14 to 7 by pound
ing four Wing pitchers. The lit
tle world series now stands three
and two for Rochester.
R H E
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Louisville 200 035 40x-14T 21 S
Carleton, J. Smith, Grant, Lit
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REETEE GOLT, driving- practice,
20 balls for 10c For men and wom
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LEXINGTON, Ky., Sept. 29.
(AP) The Arden Homestead
tables Hollyrood Colin won the
Castleton etake today from. - the
f aTorlte, Hollyrood . Chief, K by
; winning the first two heats. The
favorite won tne final one. Tne
first Leat, ran In 2: OS ?-4, was
within a quarter' of second ot
the stake record made by Sir
Peter Volo in ISIS.
BECKLEY, W. Va., Sept. 29
-(AP) Johnny Roberts, Hunt
lngton, W. Va., welterweights
knocked ont Buster Newberry of
Charlotte, N. C, In the first
round of a ten round match here
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clal representative of the Pacific
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768 State. Tel 451 for nppomtment.
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The Illahee Country club golf
team defeated the Alderbrook
Country club team Sunday on
the local course, ZZft to 14
points. J. Johnson of the Tlsit-
ors made the low score, 9.
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'This photo kares ne doubt as
to. who was the tnaia attraction
In the National- Amateur Golt
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