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The OREGGSTATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, May 8, 1931
PAGE EIGHT
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High Ml
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mum ii-
Huntington's men may get
Going Against Strong
Collegiate. Nine .
Salem high "will meet the Ore-
ton State Rook baseball team on
OUnger field t 3:30 this after
noon for the first or a two game
series with the Bearer babes.
! Coach "Holly .Huntington's
men hare shown some classy
baseball this season and on other
occasions hare shown the oppo
site. Howerer they are now
learning to work together more
as a team and are- eliminating
many of the early season errors.
They looked much better in prac
tice yesterday and seem to hare
added new spirit m preparation
for ton rher competition.
Bowden, Mel Van Cleave and
Kitchen bare all taken tarns at
rood batting duTing the season
and If they can -all get on at
once, the red and black offensive
would prove strong. Scheibner
also gets some neat bingles oc
casionally and Is about due to
day. - I :
Players Good bat 1
Not yet Unified -
In previous years when "Hoi
ly" coached baseball at Salem
high, his teams broke exactly
even with the Books and Frosb
ever a five year period. Hunt
ington states that at-no time has
he had nine better players t'v-
gether than he has now. -However
this team has lacked unity,
; but might find itself any time.
The Rooks will be strong
they always are They have beat
en Eugene high twice this season
and. they come Indirectly under
the baseball tutelage of Ralph
Coleman, O. S. C. varsity coach.
Mel Van Cleave will start the
mound work today. - Pete McCof
fery will complete the battery
and lofty Bowden will, jjuard the
first - sack. Ramp on second.
Foreman short, and Kitchen on
third will complete the-infield.
Mel Van Cleave, Craig: and
Scheibner 'will compose the out
field and try-to keep the Staters'
long drives from being bits. .
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r
MATCflED
Teams in newly launched Inter
urban league are well matched, It
was Indicated in last Sunday's
close gsmes which included IS
to 14 affair won by Qulnaby over
Salem Heights and a 17 to 13 vic
tory for Central Howell over
Stayton.
Interurbaa Baseball League
Northern Division
W.
-.1
-I
Pet.
1.000
1.000
.000
.000
.000
Qulnaby -J
Gervais .-.:..JL
0
fl
1
1
1
SC Paul
.0
O. K. Dairy 0
Salem Heights ...0
Last Sunday Scores
Qulnaby 15. Salem Heights 14,
Gervais 7, O. K. Dairy 3, St. Paul,
. bye, ' .
Southern Division
W. L. Pet.
West Stayton 0 1.000
Central Howell ..1 0 1.000
North Santlam .... .. n 0 '.000
Stayton 0 1 .000
Sublimity 0 1 .000
Last Sunday Scores
West Stayton 12, Sublimity 4.
Central Howell 17, Stayton 13,
, . North Santlam, bye.
' Where . the teams play, next
Sunday: - i
O. K. Dairy at Qulnaby.
St. Paul at Gervais.
Salem Heights, bye. -
Stayton at. West , Stayton.
Santlam at Sublimity. "
Central; Howell, bye. .
Women's Spring
Tourney Billed
To Start Today
. , The spring handicap tourna
ment for women at the Salem
Golf club will start this morning
at 9 o'clock. Pairings for the first
ronna nave been announced as fol-lows:-
- - ' - j -
' Mrs! Paul Hendricks n Mr.
Gas Hlxson, Mrs. Van Welder vsv
Mrs. Krcel Kay. Mrs. II. J. Wied
mer vs. Mrs. Walker, Mrs. J. H.
. Willett vs. Mrs. Rittner, Mrs. Cur
T tls Cross vs.- Mrs. W. A. Johnston.
Mrs. Ernest Thorn vs. Mrs. H. K.
i Stockwell, Mrs. JH. Garnjobst
vs. Mrs. Rar Smith Tr A S
1 Hussey vs. Mrs. Mert Hemenway.
Staters Tie up
- Cougar Series
CORVALLIS, Ore., May 7.
, IAP) Oregon State evened Its
-- two-game baseball series with
Washington State here today, de-
leallng the Cougars 5 to 1.
. Coach Back Bailey used three
Congar pitchers in . an attempt
to stop the Bearers. : .
;-. R H E
Washington State .'. 1 - 3 ;
Oregon State ...... 5 - 5
Nelson, - Flscus, , Estell and
jaucneu; uia ana mice.
Feminine .Golf
Stars WiU 'Vie
NEW TORK. May 7 (AP)
The feminine 'equivalent of the
- classic'; Walter cup golf matches
' was-' esta!.:ihcdi officially, today
by the Udltd States Golf associar
' tion in s--tioiHng a new intersa
'tional rrr!- of-team matches- be
. tween ' Bi i:a a and Amertcan
- women. .-.., ... . , -,
Bearcats do Dinkelspiel
For Half Hour; Walk on
Loggers by 30 to 2 Score
cow
Thursday's pleasantness on
Olinger field ' was- almost the
opposite of Wednesday's, Wed
nesday the Pugct - Sound boys
couldnt get on the bases;
Thnrsday for a hectic half hour
and snore they couldn't keep
the Bearsmte off.
The Tlsltora didn't really -deserve
such a drubbing. It was
their fourth game in as many
days and they didn't "have that
many pitchers of real ability.
Andy palled another one
twhen he hit a homer and then
made the first out in the same
inning. ;
When Puget Sound was chang
ing pitchers we went and asked
the coach about it and where the
Incoming pitcher should go In the
batting order. "That depends on
whether we ever bat," was his
reply. j - ;
North Bend had its Bockne,
Washington its Longworth, Sa
lem its Tom Kay bat we doabt
if community grief at their un
timely deaths can have been
any more general and poignant
than that of Medford over Al
Melvin, youthful athlete who
was hurled yesterday after an.
accident while practicing the
high Jump at a Calif orals Jun
ior college proved fatal.
Like Rockne, the ever-smiling
football and basketball star rep
resented to his own community
at least, an ideal. An orphan, he
belonged to all of Medford and
as the brains and also the out
standing performer of its athlet
ic : teams, he : came to personify
the spirit and the success which
characterized high school sports
there In the days of Prink Calli-
son. !
More than that, according to J
an eaitonaj in tne Mall Tribune,
"Melvin was the star .... when
state titles were being won right
and left, and Medford in a bus
iness way was going ahead by
leaps and bounds, so from anoth
ersangle he became Identified as
a soYtvOfJiving example of a gold
en agevtbat, for a brief period.
naa.come under a partial cloud
. ... As life roes, football -victor
ies are not important, nor for
that matter is athletic excellence,
but the spirit behind them may
be, and in the case of Medford
and Al Melvin, it was."
HUE TBI TO
Illahee Countrv club rolftesm
plays a home contest with the
Oregon City Country club at nia-
nee Sunday. May 10. Oregon City
beat Corvallis ; last Sunday and Is
saia to nave a very strong team.
The contest will be a tO-man
team, and will start promptly at
nine o'clock. The - following Trnn
have been chosen by Captain Bra
zier small in the context-
R. K Miller. Foster Cone. Har
old Gillespie, Clifford R. Parker,
ion uisnop, H. scbmall. Frank
Shafer, Ike Kafoury, H. Schmall,
J. Nash. Ralph Jscknon r n
Day, Carl D.i Gabrlelson, BV C.
Small. Dr. H. H. Olinger, Fred
Williams. O. F. Franklin, B. A.
Skelley, B. G. Thomson. William
-Stacey, Max Flannery. L. c.
Jackson, Jack Varley, Harold Ol
inger. u. u Fisher, V. C. Kuhn,
uoroon e. Wilson. Jim JdeClel-
land. , . i i . . .
, There are some close contests
In thA start nf tY. .v.
Director's cup, and ' all of them
wm nave tne first pUyoff at the
ena or tnis week. The greens and
tairways are l in . splendid shane
now.nd the club members are
tooung rorward to some fine
maicat s during May and June.
Mean Willow is .
Responsible For
Stayton Victory
STAYTON. j May Stayton
Kiiwii, piaymg a poor
em m me iieio, out swinging a
mighty stick at the plate, nosed
out West Stayton Tuesday to win
the southern f division cinmni..
hip of the county and won the
right to meet JBuena Cres. Fri
day. May 8. for the championship
Of the county. '
This game Is to be played at
Stayton. Buena Crest has a stronr
fAtm J V . i .
hit - Tt. l crod la expect
fed at this game. ; - .-
tvi. ' . . .
. - A- -
Bowling DerfiZm
A W w - ....... .
Coming MotidayX
v Priie winners ; la' Statesman
bowling derby, for : the third
round are "Billy- 4 Hemenway.
who roUed 710 and Jiyrtle Riggs,
65. - ,
- The number of entrants left in
the face has narrowed down so
that the final round can be bowl
ed next Monday night. The cham
pionship round wilt consist' of six
games rolled A tcross ? six : alleys
Grand prize winner will have his
name, engraved en the silver bow
ling trophy f v :'t'
Put DU CITY
The Willamette baseball team
ran rife with the College ef Pu
get Sound nine on Olinger nem,
Thursday and pounded one 24
hits from four different pitcners
to win 30 to 1.
Doby Wood pitched ' for the
Bearcats and allowed six hits. In
the seventh inning the two C. T.
S. runs came In when two scratch
bits, a walk and some loose play
ing of the Willamette subs spoil
ed Wood's chance for a shutout.
Wood- got 10 -strikeouts, gave
three walks and hit one batter.
Andy Peterson who pitched a
perfect game against the Taeoma
lids yesterday, played right field
Thursday and pounded out four
hits with six tjmes at bat. One of
Andy's hits was a home run, the
only one of the game.
Willamette's big Inning came
in the third when 12 runs were
made with every player cross
ing the home plate safely at
least once and all but one getting
hits in that inning. The . Puget
Sound pitchers allowed 11 walks
and hit batsmen " three times.
Eight errors on Coach Hlte's men
also helped "bring a maximum
number of runs from the hits.
This was the second win over
C. P. S. and the third straight
northwest conference win - for
Willamette, now undisputed lead
er of the western section of the
conference. ' ; i
Willamette scored In every In
ning except the fifth.. Every one
of the regulars got at least one
hit. Peterson and Zeke Glrod
each got four hits In the game
and evidently Scales has been
giving his battinr eve the rirtt
kind of treatment lately for his
hitting Is more like last year's.
Scales and Louie Glrod each cot
inree nits and both made some
beautiful stops in their respective
positions. t ,
Toward the end f of the came
Coach "Spec" Keene sent in a
number of his subs and every po
sition or the miieid was handled
by a freshman at some time dur
ing the game.
Saturday Willamette will nlav
Pacific at Forest . Grove in a
northwest conference came. Last
year the Bearcats went through
the conference ' undefeated and
have made a good bezlnninsr to
ward the same record this season.
The score:
Willamette AB R
L. Glrod. 2b. 7 4
H PO A
3 3 3
Scales, cf ...7 3
P. Glrod, ss..l 4
3
0
9
0
2
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
3
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
Messenger, c.4 4
Peterson, rf.. 2
Erickson, If.. 5 3
Gill. If 2 0
Grlbble, 3b' , . C 2
Moore, 3b ...1 0
Adams, lb ..4 3
Williams, lb . 0 1
Wood," p ....4 3
Houck 0 0
Totals ...54 30 24 27 13
Puget Sound AB R H PO A
Woodward, cf.4 0 1 3 0
LePenske, If. 4 - 0 1 10
Keniick, lb. .4 0 0 10 0
Tomko. ss ...4 0 6 2 4
Pettlbone, rf.4 0 0 1 0
Sp'd'ph're, 3b.3 12 10
Sterling, p. e.3 1 0 -5 1
Marnca, 2b ..4 0 2 0 3
Johnson, c...l 0" 0 0 0
Perdue, p . . . .1 0 0 0 0
Nakmura, p . . 1 0 0 11
Kasselman, p.p 0 0 0 0
Totals . . .33 2 - 24 9 8
Puget Sound ..000 000 200 2
Willamette 22(12) 403 43x 30
Umpire, Brown. '
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RING GOSSIP
CO
RENO. Nov.. May 7 fAPl
Paulino TJzcudun. the Basaue
Woodehopper. has been definitely
signed by Jack Dempsey to meet
one of four possible opponents in
a Heavyweight contest here July
4, the former champion announ
ced today. 7 t
TACOMA, May 7(AP)
Scoring five knockdowns, four of
them for nine counts, Freddie
Steele, Tacoma welterweight, de
cisively defeated Esten Hunter.
Sacramento, in the six round
main event of the ring show here
tonight. Hunter was down for
nine tolls in th second, twlc In
the fourth and again In the fifth.
Hunter was down again in the
sixth and went down again with
out being hit Just before the final
gong sounded.
PATERSON, N. J.. May 7.
(AP) Vines Dundee, Baltimore
middleweight. stopped Johnny
Derr of Bayonne, N. J5, In the
sixth round of a. ten round bout
here tonight. - Dundee dealt 'ont
terrific body punishment and
Kerr was "on-, the verge . of a
knockout when Referee. Whitey
Healy called a hart. r-
HELSINGFORS, Finland. May
' (AP) Gene v Tunney and
Mrs. Tunney arrived today from
Russia for a two-day visit. They
will go from here to Berlin and
return to the United States about
June 1, Tunney, said. ,
' TONKERS." X. T., May 7.
(AP) Sid Terrls, one time
lightweight contender, failed - in
-another j attempted comeback to-
WUtUUeiLBi t.f
ajfKS
wruusDoui. He weigned
13;pound9: Terrls 182 4.
Universities to '
Vie,Two Sports
SEATTLE. May - i7 (AP)
Victories ; in track and .baseball
was the objective of the Univer
sity, of Washington cinder and, di
amond stars leaving here tonight
for battles with the University of
uregon and-Oregon .State college-
mm
I1BLESSUD5
Holds THem to one run and
,: Ducks get Three; Fight
1 ; Feature at L. A.
oourr usaotm
li. Pet. , W. 1
Portl'4
17 IS .686J8 , US IS ,100
OskL 1 1 .SSfi
Holly. .19 10 84
Uinioms 14 16 .467
StU .12 It .400
Lot A. 1 IS 36
Sse't 14 .500
I PORTLAND, Ore., May 1
(AP) The veteran Walter Malls
was In fine pitching form today
and led Portland to a 1, to 1 vic
tory over the Seattle Indians.
The Indiana scored their lone
run In the fourth on a single by
Mailer after Malls had allowed
base on balls and Aim ad a had sa
crificed. : -:..-;-- i
1 The Beaver-Ducks hit Mil Jus
hard in two Innings for their three
Tuns. . .
Fist Ficht Waged
. LOS ANGELES. May 7 (AP)
The San Francisco Seals defeat
ed Hollywood tonight la A game
that was featured by a rough and
ready fight on the third base line
between Julian Wera, once a Star
lint ilnrn 138 RuL an! OnCaT
rVltt, manager of the Hollywood
club. The score was 8 to 4.
The tight broke out at the end
of the second inning. Wera walk
ed over to VItt, who was coach
ing at third and who had been
ragging him, and said "So I am
yellow, am IT" he lashed out a
stiff right that opened a cut over
Vltt's eye. Jimmy Zinn, pitching
for the Seals dashed over and
grabbed! VItt, whereupon Wera
sent home three more stiff
punches. Both he and Vitt were
ordered off the field. Their cases
are under consideration. Wera
faces a possible three day suspen
sion. ,.
R H E
San Francisco . r. .... 8 17 1
Hollywood 4 9 1
Zinn and Wilson; Hyde, Bray
and Severeid. J
Missions Win Again
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7
(AP) Four Los Angeles pitchers
were unable to stem the Mission
sluggers and the Angels lost the
third game of the series 12 to 6
here tonight.
. The Reds collected It hits off
Ballon, Terkes, Moncrlef and
Gabler. Los Angeles rallied In
the ninth to score four runs off
the fast weakening TedL Pillette,
who held the Mission mound
throughout. Eckhardt led the
Mission attack with fonr hits.
R II B
Los Angeles ........ 9 1
Missions ..........12 It 1
Ballon, Yerkes, Moncrlef. Gab
ler and Schulte; T. Pillette and
Brensel.
OAKLAND, May 7 (AP)
Thirteen inning night game:
Sacramento ...2 9 4
Oakland .3 12 2
Freltas and Wirts; Daglia and
De Berry.
Portland Box Score
ITER
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Seattle AB R H PO A B
Ellsworth, s.. 3 0 0 3 2 0
Taylor, 1 ... 3 0 2 7 0 0
Holland, 1.;. 4 0 0 00 0
Lawrence, r . 3 1 1 2 10
Almadam .. 2 0 0 3 0 0
Knothe, 3 . . 3 0.121 0
Muller. 2... 4 0 2 3 50
Gaston, e ... 1 0 0 0 0 10
MIlJus, p .... 2 0 0 0 0 0
Cox, e ....... 3 0 0 3 0 0
Bo'nnelly, p .. 10 10 0 0
Stewart ....10 0 0 0 0
Donohue. 1 .. 0 0 0 1 0 0
Botterlnlf ... .1 0 0 0 0 -0
Totals ... .31 ; 1 7 27 9 0
Batted for Taylor in 8th.
fBatted for Almada in 9th.
Portland AB R
H
PO A
1 0
Flagstead, m .
Johnson, 2 . .
Rhlel, 3
Williams. 1 ..
Fen ton, 1 . . .
Coleman, r .;
Wuestllng, s.
Woodall, e . .
Mails, p . . . .
0
0
0
0
4
0
2
11
2
2
5
0,
5
3
0
0
0
4
0
1
Totals ....30 .3 1027 13 1
Seattle ..000 100 0001
Hits ....10 1 102 10 1--7
Portland ..'.0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 x 3
;j Hits . . . :l 4 12 0 2 0 0 x 10
svn hits and 3 runs off Mll-
jns in 3, 3 and 'off Bonnelly.
in 4. Losing pucner, .aaujus.;
Runs responsible for. Malls 1. M11
Jus 3. Struck out by Malls 4, Bon
nelly 2. Bases on balls off Malls
3, MIlJus 3,- BonneUy 1. Two-base
hit. Coleman. Sacrifices, Almada.,
Malls. Runs batted in, Coleman,'
Wuestllng, Muller, Johnson. Dou
ble plays, Muller to Ellsworth.
Johnson ,to Fenten, , Knothe to
Muller to Taylori Lawrence to
Taylor. Wuestllng to Johnson to
Fenton. Hit by pitcher, by MIlJus
1. Time, 1:30. Umpires, Mc
Laughlin and Fanning.
Stayton Grade .
Team is Winner
Oi County Cup
, ' .--.",.
f WEST STAYTON. May J
Tuesday afternoon the boy's base
ball team, of the West Stayton
grade school, met the Stayton
team on the AumsvUle diamond.
These two. schools were to see
who got the eup for Marlon coun
ty. Each team had lost but one
game this season. .', r,
i Stayton players were victors,
the score being 12 to 19 la their
favor., ; : f--.A-' T- .f
-1 The- West - Stayton boys were
bi.dly disappointed .bot.ihey jmay
try . agaia-next -year,
EugeneBoth
Are Pleased
EUGENE. Ore.. Mar T API
-The University of Oregon golf
team defeated the University of
Washington, 22H to 1, In a
auai tournament her today The
tourney preceded the annual
northern conference title play
which opens here tomorrow,
George Will, former Oregon
captain and No. 1 man. shot a
brilliant S today.
SEATTLE, May 7. . (AP)
The University of r Washlnrton
tennis team ' today won all six
matches from tho TJniverslty of
Oregon, with none of the matches
going over two nets; .
The Oregon freshmen won from
the Washington freshmen, taking
five oat of six matches. '
- Five northern division teams,
Washington, Montana, Washing
ton . State, Oregon and Oregon
State, will start play tomorrow la
the divisional championships. '
DETROIT MOVES IIP
TO FOURTH PLACE
AMESIOAX XEAQTTB
W. U Pet, W. U Pet.
01t1. US T :S82 Wssa. -10 10 .600
V. T. 11 Alt Chicago t 10 .474
Pbilad. -ST Boitoa S 11 .S53
Itrei -11 10 .624 St. I 11 .SS8
DETROIT, May 7 (AP) De
troit took possession of fourth
place in the American league
standings today by defeating the
Chicago White Sox, 6 to 1, in the
final game of a series and made
it three out of tour over the
windy city team.
R H IS
Chicago -001 000 000-1 9 0
Detroit 411 000 00x- 13 1
Thomas, Faber, May, Braxton
and Tate; Sorrell and Hayworth.
Browns on Spree
ST. LOUIS, May 7 (AP)
The St. Louis Browns won to
day's game with Cleveland 10 to
4, to take the third and deciding
game of the series.
Brown, Indian right hander,
held .out well for half the game,
but when the St. Lou leans got to
him In the fifth, they started a
hitting spree which they kept up
against three successive pitchers
sent in to stop the onslaught.
Cleve. 000 003- 001 4 13 3
St. Louis 100 025 llx-10 17 .1
Brown, Jablonowskl, Crag
head, Lawson, Berg and Sewell;
Blaeholder and R. FerrelL
AID IN SWIM PUN
Last night the Black Dragons,
Salem's ; new senior I life saving
corps, held Its weekly meeting at
which time the "learn to swim"
campaign was explained by Cap
tain Charles GUI. The Black
Dragons have offered their Serv
ices for the coming campaign in
order to relieve the regular
teaching staff of the T. M. C.
A. of so much extra work. The
dates of the campaign are May
12-19 and May 26-June . Life
saving methods will '- also be
taught In addition to swimming.
Next Wednesday four new
members will be examined for
entrance to the corps. The ap
plicants for entrance are Anoha
Coates, Shannon Hogue, Vernon
Gllmore and Winston Williams. -
The charter members of the
Black Dragons are Charles Gill,
Maxey Langford, Edith Clement,
Echo Balderee, Dwlght Adams,
Esther Arnold, Ruth Arnold, Ada
Boardman, Ethel Klles, Irving
Hale and Fred Smith.
Wayne and Sam .
To Renew Their
Feud on Alleys
' : . '; ' . ;
Wayne Kantola and Sammy
Stelnbock plan to renew their
bowling feud with a 15-game
match at Winter Garden next
Monday night at 8 o'clock, with
a 3100 purse oing to the winner.
Kantola's broken hand has healed
and he will be free to attempt
some of his past topheavy scores.
In their last match, this fenpln
pair - waged ; a 2 e-game - battle,
with Stelnbock .winning.. Sammy
averaged 203 pins per game,
Wayne 199. i
Legion Junior -
Nine Proposed
- Now at Stayton
STAYTON. May . The 'Stay
ton post, 'American Legion, - Is
sponsoring a Junior .baseball team.'
this year. The committee Is Fred
H. Albas, Leonard Jordan, Dave
John, L. B. McCllndon and Floyd
Fleetwood. :
v Mr. Albus wfll be coach. So far
20 prospective players have sign
ed up. All boys under 17 years
of . age are eligible.- s
DAYTON . TEAM WINS
AMITY, May 7.: Amity base
ball team played Dayton on San
day, May 2, at Dayton The scora
was 6 to 8 in favor of Dayton. '
- STAYTON WINNER -
AUMSYILLE. May 7. Stayton
and West Stayton grade baseball
teams met at the Aumsville dla-r
mond .Tuesday afternoon, Stayton
.The; fence .at Producers' Park;.
Independence. Kas.. after changes
in the layout, is now 440 feet from
Jtae- plate-at- eenterflld.A. "
BUCK DRAGONS TO
BADGER TRACK
MEET IS TODAY
Pacific Holds Edge on Past
Performances but W. U.
May Spring Surprise
' The Willamette track team will
meet the Pacific Badgers at For
est Grove today for its first con
ference track meet of the season.
Pacific is given the edge to win
by comparative marks and scores
against Albany college.
Howerer , several of the Wil
lamette spike wearers have not
been at It long enough, to really
know what they can do and may
pull surprises in today's -meet.
Walker is a freshman who shows
promise of developing Into a good
100-yard and 220-yard man. In
the past Willamette has had sev
eral excellent sprint men, but they
have not been able to remain eli
gible. -
' The Bearcats have three fair
weight men, but they will have to
push themselves today if they
eclipse the Badgers', marks. Cook
is a promising two-miler and
Lang is also showing up well in
the eight-lap event.
Coach LesM 8 parks announces
that today's entries will probably
include' the following: Walker,
100; Walker, 220; Armstrong,
440; Stone and possibly Van
Dyke, 880; Stone, Van Dyke and
Long, mile; Cook, Lang and Cue
dell, two-mile; Baldwin, high hur
dles; Faber, low hurdles; Car
penter, Smith and Fants, discus
and shotput; Smith, javelin; Fa
ber and Nelson, pole vault; Faber,
broad jump, and Kloostra, Car
penter and Smith, high jump.'- U
the relay is run, Sparks will .con
dition his choice of candidates by;
the way the meet goes.: v r
CUDS TAKE ELEVEN
IIING FIIL TILT
KATIOKAX. XEAOTTB
W. Iv Pet, W. Ij., Petu
St. I I8 S .818 Plttb. 11 .450
N. T. S .e7IPhild. 10 .411
Chiearo 11 .47BrookU 13 .333
Boiton .11, 8 .579Cincin. 3 15 .118
CHICAGO. May 7. (AP) It
took the Chicago Cubs 11 Innings
this afternoon to beat the Cincin
nati Reds and sweep the three
game series, but they managed to
do it by the score of 5 to 4. The
Reds had scored four times In the
fifth off Smith, when Hornsby
made the last of: three errors.
Trailing by four runs in the
eighth, the Cubs jumped on Pitch
er Si Jejinson and his relief hurl
er, Dennle Frye, to score four
times and tie up the score.
RH E
Cincinnati 000 040 000 00-4 8 0
Chicago ...000 000 040 01-5 14 4
Johnson, Frey, Kolp and Suke
forth; Smith, May and Hartnett,
Z. Taylor.
French First .Victim
PITTSBURGH, May 7. (AP)
Piling up nine runs In two big
Innings, the St. Louis Cardinals
defeated the Pirates today, 11 to
5. Martin's ninth-inning homer
brought the other two counters.
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St. Louis . .000 540 002-11 15 2
Pittsburgh ..002 020 010- 5 7 2
Haines and Wilson; - French,
Osborne. Wllloughby and Bhil-
iips. : ' .
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, rain.
AVIATRIX IS TAKEN
III Oil IP HERE
.-Herman A. Nater, president of
the PC C. A. C, reached Salem
by air yesterday at 5 p m. The
noted avlatrlx, Mrs. Florence
Lowe Barnes, who started to pi
lot the ship to Salem, was strick
en with appendicitis at , Redding
and left in the hospital there.
Fortunately a relief pilot, J. R
Lund, was -secured at Redding to
complete the journey. The flight
was resumed at 12:15 p. m. and
a stop of ' three-quarters of - an
hour, made at Montague, Calif. A
bad headwlnd slowed down the
speed of the biplane.
Ut. Nater was met at the air
port ; by President Gardner
Knapp' and'. Vice President C A.
Spragu'e of the Salem "Ad clab
and- by a group of Union ' Oil
company representatives: E. G.
Swailes, special agent and Willis
Talhott, . local agent. Salem, and
,W. G. Tattle, personnel super
visor ef Portland. The plane Is
furnished by the Union Oil Co.
and Mrs. Barnes is in their em
ploy. ; - .
Regret was , expressed M that
Mrs. - Barnes could not come as
she has gained considerable
fame la California for speed and
altitude: records, in flying.
Hill l District
Cherries Look
, Best in Years
Cherry growers who ' are for
tunate enough to have orchards
In tho hjll districts wDl have an
excellent crop this year; accord
ing to present - indications, says
Fruit Inspector .S.-HL Van Trump.
In these sections the crops looks
to be about the best around here
Lin a number of years he said.
On the ether hand, the cher
ries fn the.erehards on the low
lands and south of town are- ex
tremely ilrhtT iyzSZLJ. Y:A'.
f Van .Trumpi lays - that- In his
trips - over ( -the county - he has
found, til, cherry orchards free
fronF isseets er-any- lgnoHHlght:
Junior Squad
AtivVoodburn
TaMngShape
WOODBURN. May 7 Wood
bum's 'American Legion junior
baseball team, under the guid
ance of Walter Schooler, coach,
and Harold Asplnwall, manager.
Is rounding into nice shape and
it is hoped that a definite sched
ule fort; games with other junior
teams will soon be completed.
Sunday the junior nine played
the state ..training school team
and won 22 to 0 in-a six lnn!ng
game, t Chances of a creditable
showing; for : the team appear
bright. ej -1 " .. - , , if..-
A stfong stiff of pitchers in
Boh Reed, Arthur : Rerick and
Clarence Oberst. is one of the
features of the team. Fete Lei
lack o Gervais and Leo Halter
are premising catchers.
. The Regular lineup will prob
ably bi Reed, pitcher; Leilack,
catcher Schwab, first base; Ev
ans, second . base i Bob Presthus,
shortstop; Rowley, third ' base;
Ed Oberst, left field; Clarence
Oberst, 'center field; and Rerick,
right field. . r -
Mostiot the boys trying out for
positions are members of the
basebaU teams of Woodburn and
Gerralsl high schools or are out
standing grade school players.
Bob Presthus is a Woodburn
grade School product and Clar
ence Oberst .' Is from Hubbard's
grade schooi. About - 25 boys
tried for positions on the team.
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Jockey Probably
Fafally Injured
In Steeplechase
Del! MONTE, CaL, May 7-
(AP) jRoger Cooper, -24, jockey
in the last race In the Del Monte
steeplechase here today, was
probably fatally injured when his
mount falled to clear the last
jump. Cooper, whose home Is In
Louisville, Ky., is in a hospital
suffering a fractured skull.'
Cooper was riding "Buddy" a
horse owned by Lynn Hodges of
Carmel The horse landed on Its
head aid its neck was broken.
Cooper Vw as knocked unconscious
and the? horse. In its death strug
gles, klckea him in the face. Phy
sicians said Cooper probably
would (le.
Business
amusements
Salami Golf Course 2 miles aoutn
on Rivet Drive, it hole watered fair
ways, large jrreena. Fees 7 So. Sundays
jid holiday. 1 1.00
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DEFEAT (I. IWELl
NORTH HOWELL, May
North BoweU went down to a
crushing defeat Sunday when ft
played Monitor's team at Monitor
In the Marlon county grange
baseball league.
This!: was the third game of
the season ' and resulted In an
overwhelming victory for Moni
tor by a score of 20 to t.
For f the tint two Innings
Coomler pitched and while he al
lowed only three hits the out
field support was poor and the
Monitor team made several runs.
Reed, a southpaw and rated
as a good pitcher, went Into the
box in the third inning and fin
lshed the game.
Next' Sunday North Howell
crepes -bats with Sllrerton Hill
at Silverton Hills.
Union Hill played Silverton
Hills also- last Sunday on the
tatter's r field and the .resulting
score waa 11 to 2 -in favor- of
Silverton Hills. '
Parrlsh j junior high's; baseball
team Is approaching the -status of
high school nines and Thursday
held Hubbard high school to a
13 to 10 score.
The high school players were
more experienced and capitalized
on their chances, to score, thus
getting the extra three runs. A
number of clean hits were made
during the game and it was these!
rather than errors which ac
counted for most of the runs.
Coach Harold Hauk's player
started the season scarcely know
lng how many men played on a
team, but are sow beginning ta
get a better conception of the
game. Next Tuesday they will
play Aumsville high here.
The ' players in Thursday's
game were; .Vera DeJardln,
catcher; Brownie Meyers, pitch
er: Hobbs. first; Salstrom, sec
ond; Nicholson, "shortstop; Win
termute, third; Gwen, left field f
Vie DeJardln, center field; White
right field. a
Umpire, Mutt Deetz. ' '
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MATTRESSES
Mattresses from factory to home. A kit
about our wool mattreesea Renovat
erf and fumlgatore. CapiUl City Bed
dine: Co. Tel. 40. 80 Korfh CT.
MUSIC STORES
GEO. r C - WILL Piano. , phono
rrapha. aewtns machine, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repalrlns phono
graphs and sewing machlaea 4Z1
Ptete Ptreet. Relm.
OFFICE SUPPLIES
Ererythlne; fn office stippllea Com
mercial Book Store. 11 N. Com'!,
Tel. 4574.
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMBING and senral repair
work. Graber Broa, 111 So. Lfberty.
Tet S94.
PAPER HANGING
Wallpaper cleaned like now work
guaranteed. Call Hit. J. R. Johnson.
Paper hanglns; and paintlns. Neu
man's Paint Store. ISi N. Com!
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Reliable workman.
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kinds of woven wire fence, faocT ana
Plain, hop. baskets, hooks, logan book a.
Salem-Fence-, and Stove Works, til
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TAILORS
D. H. MOSFIER Tailor' for men andj
wvm-Tt. 474 Court Bt.
TRANSFER
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 22S
State St. TeL 777J. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty.
Get our rate a -
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age, call Situ Larmer Transfer Co.
Trucks to Portland dally.
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