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PAGE EIGHT " j . Th OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Friday Morning. April 10, 1831 - y
Ducks Punch oui Vic&ovy, Ovev Seezh in 13-Emmng Gcmza
Angels Pick Right. Hitter
For Pinch Again; Reds
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' SAN FRANCISCO. April 9
(AP) Portland made it two
straight over the san Francisco
Seal today, taking the third
" game of the opening series 5 to S
" in a clash that ran 13 Innings.
- Portland hopped all over the
Seal In the first inning and
ban red oat three tallies, but the
Seals put over lone Tuns in the
fourth, seventn ana ninin io u
the score. In the 13th Portland
found Henderson ror the winning
pair. -.--.'J , -i -
' ; . , Tteds Bunch Bite
OAKLAND. Anril 9 (AP)
Although they gathered only, fire
hiU off three Oakland pucners.
the Mission Reds won their second
tretrht erame S to 2 by bunch
ing four of the blows tor all of
their runs in the fourth Inning
ft wee Willie Ludolph.
Welt at Ktnnev started on the
. Bound for the Reds and when he
walked the first two batsmen in
the fourth he was replaced by
art Walsh, who managed to
hold the Oaks to four scattered
hit and one run in the remaining
R H E
Missions .. 3 , 3
Oakland 1 s
Kinney, and Breniel; Ludelph
and Read. ,
Pinch Hitter Hero
LOS ANQELES, April 9 (AP)
For the second consecutive
game, a pinch hitter pulled Tlc
tory out of the fire here for Los
Angeles today when BUI Camp
bell hit a home run oyer the right
field fene with one on to defeat
Seattle to 5.
Homer Sum ma was on and two
were out when Campbell hit for
the circuit. It was Sum ma's
fifth hit in as many chances; his
ninth in ten opportunities and his
seventh straight during the last
Both starting hurlers, Wynn
Ballon for the Angels and Phil
Page for the Indians left the
picture In the fifth. Ballon
handed out a dozen hits and all
five runs during that period. Car
ol Yerkes finished by blanking
Seattle, while Hugh McQuillan
was charged with the defeat.
R H E
Seattle ........5 12 2
Los Angeles' 10 1
Page, McQuillan and Cox, Gas
ton; Ballon, Terkes and Hannah.
Stars Win In 10th
SACRAMENTO. April 9 (AP)
Sacramento carried Hollywood
ten Innings today before succumb
ing to the punch ef the Stars 9
to 5. Hubbell hurled great ball
until the eighth when he blew
and was nicked for 4 runs. Flynn
relieved him and yielded five in
the tenth. Shellenbach was in
continual trouble until the final
frame. It was the third straight
loss for Sacramento. i ,
R H E
Hollywood V... ....' 14 0
' Saerameto .....5 11 2
Shellenback and Severeld; Hub
bell, Flynn and Koehler.
A. AM. Grapple
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. April
9 (AP) Charles Meyers. Balti
more T. M. C. A., won a decision
tonight over Kuihim Young of
Honolulu In the 115-pound class
Portland Box Score
Portland ,B R H O A E
Berger. m... C 0 0 4 6 0
Will lams, l .. K 112 0 0
Rhell, 2 . . . . 2 5 4 S O
Hale. 3.;.. l 2 1 3. 1
Fenton. 1 ... C e 2 15 1 0
Coleman, r . . I 0 1 4 0 0
Wuestllng. a. SO 1 3 2 1
Wood all, e . . 4 0-0 S 2 0
Mails, p . . . v 5 -0 0 0 4 0
Bowman. 1 . . 0 1 0 1.00
Totals ....48 5 12 39 18 T
San Fran. B R H .O A E
Oana. I ..... 0 1 2 0 0
PInelli, 3 ... 8 ,2 3 1 2 0
Fraxier.m .. o 1 3 0 0
Crosettl, .. 6 1 2 3 4 0
Reesey. 1 . . 5 0 1 18 "0 0
Hunt,r...i. 5 0 1'- 10 0
Caveney, 2 . . 8 0 2 3 3 0
Baldwin, 3 2 0 0 4 6 0
Jacobs, p 2 0 0 0 -20
Penebsky. e , 3 0 0 6 0 0
Wera ...... 1 0 0 ... 0 0 0
Henderson, p. 1- 0 10 0 0
Donovan.. 1 9.0 0 0 0
Totals .. . .49 3 12 39 10 0
Batted for "Jacobs in 8th.
Batted for Henderson.
Portland. 300 000 000 000 2- 5
Hits ..410 001 010 010 4-12
San Fran. 000 100 101 000 0 3
Hits . .121 101 202 010 1-12
Innings pitched by Jacobs. 8
Charge defeat to Henderson. At
bat off Jacobs, 29. Hits batted
off Jacobs. 7. Runs scored oft Ja
cob", 3. Runs responsible for, Ja
cobs . 3, Mails 3, Henderson 2.
Struck oat by, Jacobs 3, Malls 3.
Henderson 5. Bases on balls, off
Jacobs 2. Mails 4. Two-base hits
Rheil. Wnestllnrr-Crosetti, P1
elli. -Sacrifice hit, Coleman. Rune
batted In, Rhiel, Hale. Coleman,
Hunt. Crosettl, Frailer. Double
plays, Westllng to Fenton, Hale
to Rhiel to Fenton, Mans to Fen
ton to Hale. Time, '2:20. Urn-
pires,' Fanning and McLaughlin;
SEALS' NEW PARK DEDICATED j
Ty Cobb rap oat hit on the first ball seini-offlclaJly pitched la San
Francisco's new ball park Monday. Ty was Imported to give the
game big sendoff. Behind too bat la William Qubin, chief of po
lice, whom Cobb relieved of any responsibility for catching the
horaehide. JL capacity crowd filled the new stadium.
(Note: This is the fourth of
series of stories on major
league prospects written for
the Associated Press by the
By WALTER JOHNSON ,
Manager Washington Senators
I think we have a good
Philadelphia and New York
are the clubs we will have to
beat, but I doubt whether the
Yankees will have the pitching
to make the grade. Our players
all are In fine shape, particular
ly the pitchers. Although we
have not been hitting much this
far, I am confident the boys will
find their batting eyes by the
time the season opens. "
Our older players, such as
Sam Jones, Joe Judge and Sam
Rice, look fine this season and
ought 'to have a good year. If
they falter for any cause we
have competent replacements,
something we did not possess
last year. Barring accidents we
ought to be at the top or very
close to it when the campaign
By BURTON SHOTTON
Manager Philadelphia Nationals
I do not care to forecast
where the Philadelphia team will
finish this season, but I am con-
quarter finals of the national A.
A. TJ. wrestling tournament.
Bobby Pearee, Oklahoma A.
and M. college, defending title
holder in the 115-pound class.
won a first round decision over
Dallas SIgwart, University of
Lyle Morford. Cornell toiler.
Iowa, defeated Dick Beberdorf.
Portland. Ore.. Y. M. C A. bv a
fall with a half Nelson in 8:57.
It was a quarter final match.
SET SERIES MARK
Repeating : their City league
brothers feat, Chevrolet Cubs
flattened . their opponents in
three games straight in Commer
cial howling; league last night.
Elks Cubs also brokn thronrh
with three wins over Salem Sanl-1
iary Dairy and Pacific Telephone
administered identical treatment
to the Smoke Shop outfit.
Into the bargain the Chevvy
Cubs set a new team series re
cord. 2848 total pins. Eisen
brandt put a flower in his button
hole in he form of a record indi
vidual total, 859, and George Al
len hoisted up a new single game
count of 268. t .. .
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B. HMwy ISO 303 184 567
.irr 100 ISO 18 644
tolik.r rMiaS 158 157 443
. kduiihi ... Z3 300 7il 65
M.un il 181 ITS
.074 32 943
rXXEVXS, ELECT MO CO.
Tsylo i ,....184 180 18S
179 15S 168
ruii4r . 168 180 157
Clin 12 17t 157
. , ia jig 170
.844 ia . 837 3593
183 314 J8S0
177 153 177
4 17S 188 211
.553 549 689 1660
SAXEK BABITAJLT SAZXT
j ammnwmy t ISO 138 157
aT . 138
.480 451 49S 1409
-347 844 389 1080
HITXX'S SMOKE SHOP
.307 5 375 911
. Maureen Orcutfs 75 clipped
two strokes from the course "re
cord for women at PinehuTst.
Gleana Collett turned in 77 last
year.' , :v ! - v ' .
fident we have an improved ball
Our Infield is better, with Bar-
tell and Friberg around the mid
dle bag. and our outfield is con
siderably better defensively and
should pack as much punch as
last year. With Klein in there.
we have one of the most danger
ous hitting outfields in the ibg
If Phil Collins ' signs up and
joins the team In good condition
our pitching will be much better
than last year, and even If he
doesn't I feel this year's staff
will make a much better showing
than the one of 19301
Senior Circuit 9s
-By HARDIN BURNLEY
.tJ THE AJATIOAJAL.
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WlLeEfZT tOSMSON is
THIS SOOKLVAiS SEA&Z
NICE-LOOKING boys those,
sketched , above when dis
playing none of that guile
so often ascribed to baseball and
ether master minds. Note that
John of the MeGraws has his cap
well pushed back above his Brob
dingnagian brow in order, perhaps,
to permit the mental rays of base
ball genius to radiate more readily
from the McGravian cerebrations
to their Giant subjects in the field
er on the bench! "Gabby" Street,
mourning over the . 1930 World
pries, seems to be Just beginning
to think out another , National
League pennant for .bis' beloved
Cardinals. ; And there's Wflbert
Robinson, the beloved "Uncle
Bobby" who has hired so many
heavy hitters for bis .Robins that
Practice Tilt Will Bring
Out Probable Strength
0! W. U.Tossers
-Tho, Bearcat's baseball
will take on its first outside com
petition today when the Mon
mouth Normal school team cornea
here for a practice garnet ; .
The .'Willamette players . have
been -working bard this week and
are rounding Into, fair shape wltlr
plenty of life being shown by the
players. Several Innings of regu
lar play have been on the docket
with the first and second teams
battling on fairly , even terms
when the pitchers are of equal
' In; today's scrimmage a num
ber of the players will have a
chance to show their stuff and
Keen can tell what work trill
need to bo emphasised for the
games with Oregon; States next
week. ' It Is possible that several
pitchers will ' be tried to accus
tom them to outside competition.
Both the Infield and the .out
field are- faster than last season's
and handle. the ball' with profes
sional -mien.' In -tact practically
all of the Willamette men hay
played bush league baseball and
know th game well.
There has been little chance aa
yet to Judge the hitting ability of
the team. Perfect defensive alone
will not win balKgame and etrong
offensive is required to put the
winning cleat marks on the old
home plate. -
The bearcats may also play a
practice game Saturday with the
team at: the state penitentiary.
The Salem high baseball team
hopes to get its first game out
of the way this afternoon at Sil
verton where the high school
team of that city will be met
providing the weather is favor
able. Thursday afternoon offered
the first chance . for "Holly"
Huntington to get a team lined
up. It has been rather a game
of guess for some of the positions
for only a few practices have
83 1831. Kti fftmns SrwlifX. Im. Gnat BrHa4a ligiMa r
evidently he is relying, this year,
on bats rather than his own mas
ter mind to win a pennant for
Seriously, these three sages of
the game's senior circuit are each
highly hopeful as the start ef the
1931 season nears.
-"The St. Louis Cards, winners
last year," are stronger now. Man
ager Street is especially proud of
his pitching staff that will feature
"WOd. BUl" Hallahan, Burleigh
Grimes, Paul Derringer and also
Flint Bbem, Jesse Bames and Syl
vester Johnston with the Jaxzy
"Diary" Dean in reserve if he .can
be kept there. . ' . . . . .
."Napoleon" tfcGraw Is hoping
that Johnny Verges wiil improve
in battisHf and aaalse seed at third
Strange Bout Ends in Foul
. Award to Reed; Customers
Refunded But StiU Gloomy
""It seemed almost apparent that
there were frowns on . several
faces as the wrestling Tamdevtlle
came - to a , premature ending
Thursday night at , the armory
with Robin, Reed being awarded
the match on a fouL V
Money was .refunded to those
who desired It sjid others took
Uekets. In the .match . MeCann
took the first' fall with;, a , body
press 'in -just one minute and 10
seconds. In the second period the
t o contestants forgot all about
wrestling and . bent every energy
on throwing each other out of the
ring. Matt Matheny, the regular
referee, was said to be sick and
Harry Levy officiated in h 1 s
place; .Some thought . that the
performers took advantage of the
faet that the regular referee was
absent. s :
; On one of the occasions. when
Reed was on the ropes, Levy sep
arated the two. After they were
separated MeCann stepped up
and pushed Reed who had Just
let CO and-iras ready to . come
back Into the ring. Reed's bead
truck the floor with a loud thud
which' stopped ' him from coming
back Into the ring. After some
confusion Levy swarded the tall
to Reed and when Robin stated
that he was unable to come back
and finish the match,, the bout
was awarded to him. .
. The matter of settlement with
the wrestlers ' will come up be
fore the . boxing and wrestling
Following the match Reed
stated that he had deep respect
for the Salem commission In Its
action to refund the money to te
customers when the matter was
optional with It. Reed also stated
that though he naturally disliked
losing the money, he would not
make any attempt to collect from
the local commission which had
always treated him well and had
been fair with him.
Roy Mink and Blair Thomas, 1
1SS pound amateurs, wrestled a
preliminary match with Thomas
winning one fall. It was a fast
bout And both contestants were
clever at applying and breaking
holds. Rupert Philpott and Albert
Green, also amateurs, wrestled
another preliminary bout with
Philpott taking falls with a body
scissors and a body press.
been held and a large number of
players hare turned out.
McCaffery will be the starting
catcher and Perrine will do the
(Freddie Lindstrom ' already Is
playing the outfield splendidly),
and that one or two ef his new
pitchers wiD Insure . another . pen
nant for the N. Y. Giants.
"Uncle Robby" is basing hi
hopes on heavy team hitting, a re
juvenation ef "Daxxy" Vance's
aging arm, and lots of that vital
factor good . luck. The : Robins
gave a great display of heavy ar- '
tillery during their tour of the
training "citrus circuit, pounding
out 69 runs in their first" eight
games with major league rivals!
The acquisition of "Lefty"; 0Doul
may Justify the Robinsoniaa belief
that this gives Brooklyn Just the
extra. punch needed, for-pennant ,
winning in the .National League.
BALLADE OF TODAY
, Another ill-timed death - has
i ". . come f -To
make the nation mourn: s
t Nick Longworth, speaker of
, the house,
Leaves wife and child forlorn.
: Cermak takes office with his
Clutched tightly In his hands;
; The Gordon "murder case Is
And charged to gangster bands.
i -- -: - .
: Salem ranks - high In health
Which causes no surprise; . ' - v.
t " Bright blossoms wave on prune
trees here, -A
tight for injured eyes; ,
1 The city rushes its appeal ' '
Of -water case, abstruse;
Bopes are enlarged that linen
. , mill - - r
Will soon be baek in use.
At last the valley sky's serene
And baseball season's here; "
The Ducks win 13-inning game
The faithful's hearts to cheer;
The wise ones prophesy at
-length 1 V
On major diamond hopes;
' The Wildcat and Robin Reed
Grope blindly tor the ropes.
Help! Willamette. Salem high
and Parrish all play .ball today
and we've only, one seorebook,
and don't know for sure whether
we remember how to use that '
Zeke seems to have gathered .
. a promising bunch of tossers
for the Senators. Come on, yon
One swallow doesn't make a
summer nor two victories a Coast
league championship, but the
Ducks -appear to hare some
punch and we won't roast 'em
any more until they get in the
cellar, because.1 anything above
that is an Improvement.
WOODBURN; April 8. Wood
burn high school's baseball team
won Its. first game of the season
Wednesday afternoon when It
played the team from Gervais high
school on the Woodburn field.
The final score was 10 to 7.
Ragged baseball was the great
est feature of the game, which
lasted five innings. Woodburn
and Gervais have both bad about
two days' practice and . conse
quently the tossers are not yet
even accustomed to the 'feel" of
the horsehlde. The best individu
al performance was turned In by
Charlie Boyle, Woodburn s out
field flash. He scored four hits in
four trips to the plate.
Hastle. the pitcher Coach Oddle
of Woodburn started in the game,
was taken out early, so Bob Reed,
a promising young pitcher, could
also get some experience. Dirk
sen, catcher, was also taken out
early and Gearin received for
Woodburn (10) (7) Gervais
Hastie ..p Sussee
Dlrksen ...... c Lellack
A. Presthus ..lb Manning
Gustaf son . ... 2b .... L. DeJardln
Schooler ..... ss .... .L. DeJardln
H. Presthus . .3b. . . . . . .Naftzger
Oberst ...... .rf. .. Seely
Boyle .cf S. DeJardln
Schwab If ...... .E. Sussee
The Woodburn Bulldogs cross
bats with the Molalla high school
team Friday afternoon, at Molal
la. The Molalla Indians are re
puted to have a strong team this
year, and the Bulldogs . are far
To Make Bow
Today at 3:30
Parrish junior high wilt be
host to its first baseball antagon
ist this afternoon at 3:30 on din
ger field with the Gervais high
batsmen furnishing the first out
side competition of the season. .
Much interest and enthusiasm
la being shown by the Parrish
men and several good hitters are
in the lineup, though the pitching
staff la causing worry. .Also how
well the batsmen will look
against strong competition Is still
a matter of conjecture.
Vera DeJardln and "Brownie"
Meyers will be the battery for the
locals with Meyers occupying the
rubber. White or Wilson will be
the first saeker and little Phil
Salstrom will get the call at sec
ond base. Nicholson will play
short stop where he has already
proven his ability though this is
his first season. Coach Harold
Hauk hopes that "Nick" will be
able to hit the ball as successful
ly as he hit the line in football
Wintermute will be the . third
saeker. In the outfield McKnight,
Vie DeJardln and Gwen will pre
pare to stop the long hits. A num
ber of: substitutes stand in readi
ness to play if occasion arises.
Wintermute , and the two : Do
Jardin boys ' are the only letter
men, from last year's team..
Chemawa Tcani Gets Down
: To Hard Work; Several
i"ZZ Positions Open" '
; CHEMAWA, April 9. Incle
ment weather prevented the In
dian tossers' game with Lincoln
high school of Portland here ear
ly this week. West Linn, which
was 'scheduled to play here Fri
day, will be entertained- at a
later date. Weather peTnUtfn;.
Linfleld college will ev
times at bat with the Redmen
Friday afternoon. The game Is
scheduled for 3 o'clock.
In their opening game - with
Silverton last week the Indians
won a nip and tuck game 4. ft
3. Few errors were ' made and
fairly good hitting was done by
both - teams. .: The batteries . for
both teams performed well for
so early in . the season. : Burch
and Rudihouser for Silverton and
Vivette and Meachem for the
Redskins . seemed well on ' the
road to make the going 1 pretty
rough for opposing batters in the
Marlon county league.
Against ' Llnfield Vivette and
Meachem will start 'the game.
Others who are almost sure to
start are: Peter Hall, first base;
Theron Kalama, second . base;
George Thompson, third ' base:
Uriah Alexander, shortstop and
Philip Corbet, center field.
Left and right fields are still
wide open with the candidates
about on a par with each other
so far as hitting or fielding goes.
"Bear Palmer started in leu
last week and though he ap
pears able to cover a wide terri
tory In catching fly balls he has
difficulty in finding them with a
For Some Positions
Sherman Alexander, Clarence
Elliott, Floyd and Willis Miller
are most likely to be given a
chance to start the game in the
t-wrn -varan t noaitWms. Uriah
Alexander was shifted to short
from second to fill the place leit
vacant by Dowd Franklin who Is
not out for baseball on account
of a shoulder operation. Just
as soon as Alexander becomes ac
customed to the position he will
cover plenty of ground. He Is
fast and seems to have every-
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thlDf that Is required of short
stop. " Though Just s little oft on
the loos; throws at first he Is
hit tins; the baseman's fjlove with
consistency now and Is gradually
gaining; In speed. lis Is alio
dependable hitter. ' - '
Peter Hall Is fast setting his
clamps on to the first baseman's
job. Hair Is a lanky boy and
shifts about the 'bag in rood
form and seems to have the fac
ulty of getting the balL At first
he appeared to have trouble at
bat, - but he Is fast overcoming
any tlmldness and Is clouting :
them out. Second and third base
positions are still the hotbeds of
competition. George Thompson
and' Ferdenand Thomas, Theron
Kalama and Harold Hasten are
the ones striving to lay claim to
a permanent Job.
fflnswT mTVi tt . J Anril 9
(AP) Dynamite Gus Sonnen
berg, formerly,' recognized in
some states .as, heavyweight
wrestling' champion of the world,,
won two bouts tonight. Rushing
here from Perth Amboy i where
he ' had tossed Arpad Szucs of
Hungary In six minutes and 40
seconds, Sonnenberg took two
falls from young Sampson of
Jersey City before a crowd of
4,000. Sonnenberg. won the first
fall in 40 minutes and the sec
ond in ' five, both with flying
tackles. " :
DENVER, April .--(API-George
Manley of Denver made
It two out of three victories over
Charley Belanger of Winnipeg.
h'UM light heavyweight cham
pion of Canada, In a slow, unin
teresting , fight tonight. Pre
vlously the two boxers bad taken
one contest each.
BOSTON, April 9. (AP)
"Count" George Zarynoff, heavy
weight wrestler, gained two of
the three falls against rough Pat
McKay of Memphis, here tonigbt
at the arena. ...
LONDON, April 9. (AP)
Phil Scott, retired British heavy
weight, has decided to take an
other fling at prize flghUng. He
accepted . terms today ' for a fif
teen round bout with Larry
Gaines, Toronto. Ont., negro box
er, and Canadian heavyweight
champion, at the Leicester sta
dium, June 13.
Bryan Grant and Wilmer Hines.
coming tennis aces of Dixie, led
the University of North Carolina
net team to victory in the first
match of the year.
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deetra ting, paper hanging, tinting
et?. Reliable workman.
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
ftrlnting, call The Statesman Print
ing Department, ill 8. Commercial.
T)phone 9101. '
Salem's LHtr Shop. Tel. 749S.
FOR every purpose, for every purse
All - standard sixes of Radio Tube.
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP, 347
Court Ft. Tel. 8119.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stove
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
klnAs of woven wire fence, fancy anl
plain, hop baskets and hooks, loaan
hooka Salem Fence and Stove Works.
S83 Chemeketa street. R. B. Flemlnr,
D. H. MOSHER Tailor for men and
women. 474 Court St.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 2 IS
State St. TeL 7773. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates. .
FOR local or distant transfer stor
age, call 3181. Larmer Transfer Co.
Trucks to Portland daily.
138. N. High TeL 494T
8.' M. EARLS
231 y. High st. -ls XeL ,7
J. LINCOLN ELLIS
. SOCOLOFSKT SON
IQ4- first, NaC Bk. Bldg. TeL 7I0T
J. F. ULRICH
a., o. ; F- wood
44t State St.
?-ME?. P'VFOSTER REALTY Ca
tilo .ORBENHORST ACO. .
134 B. Lfberty St. . TeL 8481