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me OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Mornln?, May9, 1931
AT G 0 RVALLI S
State Meet Slated Today;
Grant Held Favorite;,
CORVALLIS, Ore.i May f. "
(AP) High school track men
were arriving here tonight for the
fifth annual Oregon i State- Inter
eholastlo track and field meet to
be held on Bell field Saturday.
Fifty-nine school hare entered
425 athletes. This Is the largest
number of schools eyer represent
ed In the meet.
' Preliminary erents "will begin
at 10 o'clock in the morning. The
main eTents will begin at 2 m.
Grant, of Portland, Pendleton
and LaGrande are expectel - to
lead the race for team honors.
Grant won the meet last year with
Pendleton placing second.
- "Salem high entries in the state
track meet are: '
- 100 James, " Dyer, Walts and
itO Morley and Waltz. .
Mile Shephard and Relts.
120 high hurdles Goodfllow
and Hale. ; -J'-
220 low hurdles James, Eieg
mund and Hale.
ISO Cross and Olson, j
Relay Dyer, " Motley, Walts
and James. !
High 3mp Muhs and SIg
mnnd. I '
i Discus Thomas.
Broad Jump, Hale, James,
Morley and Muhs. !
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN,
New York, May S (AP) Jack
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lightweight, came back tc night
to whip Tony Hen-era, slim Mex
ican puncher from 1 Paso. Texas
In the main ten round boot in
Madison Square Garden. A crowd
of 42.000 saw the first fistic show
In the big battle pit in six weeks
and they booed the decision lus
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Pacific Drubs Bearcats
Badly in Track Contests
"PaMM TTniTernitr made a clean
weep of the 100, 220 and broad
Jumps In a dual track meet Be
tween Willamette and the naa-
iAn at Forest Grove jrnaar.
winning the meet 94)6. to 36A-
Wlllamette f made a ciean
sweep In -the two mile with. Cook,
Cudell and Stone taking the
three tally places. Kaisers who
Thursday was not slated to run.
showed up Friday and won the
half mile. The only other first
place for Willamette was taken
by Carpenter in the discus throw.
Harry Stone took second in tne
mile and Smith and Carpenter
brought Willamette second and
third in the javelin throw, car
penter also got a third place In
the. shot put. Don Faber got
Salem high, school tennis team
defeated Newberg high racquet
swingers Friday on : the Salem
Tennis association courts Here,
five matches to two. 1
Hagemann, 1 Salem defeated
Thiel e-2, 6-1 ; Hobson, Salem,
beat Haworth 6-1, C-2; Sodeman,
Salem, lost to Sherwood f-S, 6-2;
Corey. Salem; beat Ward 6-1,
6-4; Brown, Salem, beat Baker
6-2, 6-3. : j : ..
Hobson and Corey beat Ward
and Sherwood 6-5, 10-S; Hage
mann and Sodeman lost to Ha
worth and Thiel 6-S, 2-6, 6-1.
The Salem team will go to Eu
gene today for a match with Eu
gene high. j
Salem T. M. C. A. meets Pa
cific university and Oreef Nor
mal school athletes in a three
way track and field meet at Mon
mouth this afternoon at S o'clock.
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themselves every day.
third place In the 220 low hur
dles and in the pole vault. John
Nelson took-second place tn the
pole vault, ascending 10 feet six
on the bamboo lever. Nelson has
not been working; out long i this
season and probably has a higher
vault yet this year. Kaiser will
probably be able to make a good
showing at the northwest confer
Kloostra took second in the
high jump ' going five feet six.
Willamette has not bowed to such
a defeat from Pacific on the track
for a long while. Northwest con
ference track Is on the uphill
grade and recently Whitman
came within five points of beat
ing University of .Idaho In a
track meet. - -.
elation won over the Monmouth
institution and the Salem group
expects a battle of revenge.
T M. C. A. entrants Include
the following: Lloyd, Page,
Sehomp 100 yard-dash; Page,
Blaco, Sehomp 220; B 1 a e o,
Andy, . Drakley- 880; Drakley,
Jones -mile run; Jones, Andy,
two mile; Lloyd, Page, Peplon,
broad jump; Smock,' Blaco, Little
Swallow Javeline throw; Hoel,
Little Swallow, ! Smock s ht
pat; Little Swallow, Hoel, Blaco
discus: Sehomp, Page low
and high hurdles: Sehomp, Blaco,
Lloyd, Page relay. ,
Albany college and Pacific
university will meet with the as
sociation May 26. ,
By Husky Nine
EUGENE, Ore, May 8 (AP)
The University of Washington
baseball team defeated the
University of Oregon, f to f , in a
northern division conference
game here today.
Washington . . , 8 .11 8
Oregon 6 Hi 4
Putnam, Arthur and Barnett;
Bloom, Hughee and Shaneman.
EUGENE. Ore., May 8 (AP)
The University of Oregon held
a 14-polnt lead at the end of the
first day's play in the annual
northern conference golf cham
pionship tournament here today.
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ROOKS III 10
i CL0UTI0G BEE
Salem High Also Strong at
Bat but Weak tn Held,
Score is 13 to 7
The Salem high baseball team
showed strength with the tapered
stick and good offensive power
against the Oregon State Rooks
on Olinger. field .Friday after
noon, but lost the game 18 to 7
through weakness on defense.
: 1 Seven errors were tacked up
against the red and black tossers,
four of these being on outfield
ers and proving costly. - The In
field did not work together per
fectly, but still played well and
did some nice fielding. With
Just a little more cooperation on
second base, the infield will look
It took four hits before the
babes scored a run, which came
in the second. Two hits in the
first were not enough to permit
Coach Avrit's men to score. How
ever In the .third . three hits
brought in five runs when one
man walked and two errors were
. The fifth proved to be another
ragged inning and one hit scored
three runs, and the Salem high
men making four errors to clean
the bases. Haines, lanky first
baseman for the Rooks, led his
team in hitting with three, two
of which were extra base clouts.
Two doubles and homer in the
seventh inning Increased the
Stater's lead after Salem high
had come within two points of it.
Salem 8tages big;
Rally in Fourth
Salem was helpless at bat un
til the fourth inning when Fore
man started the fireworks with" a
teasing infield ball which
bounced high and was reached
by the pitcher only at the ex
pense of a spilL Bowden and
Mel VanCleave then proceeded to
fill the bases by also hitting sin
gles which were too well fielded
to allow long advances by the
runners. With the bases full,
Cass walked in a run and Mason
followed with a double which
waa fielded so well that just two
of the three runners could score.
The fourth run of the Inning
proving this for
same en a fielder's choice.
fiaas evidently twisted his knee
when he fell and the fourth inn
ing was hlj fault. Bavlt followed
hint and allowed three runs in
the sixth with two hits and two
walks. ' One of the runs was
walked in and Mason and MeCat
fery both scored on passed balls.
Salem high got two hits la the
eighth and one tn the ninth, but
could not turn any of them Into
Burroughs, : Rook catcher, got
e home run. j j. :
H PO A E
t 1; 8 0
Leldig, Sb .
Erickson, 2 b
Kudella, et .
Haines, lb .
Ridings, rf .
A ass, p . , . .
Bault, p . , .
HilL rf ....
Totals ...43 IS
Salem AB It
12 27i 6 .1
H PO A E
Kitchen, lb.. 4
Bowden, lb.. 8
M. V'Cleave. lf.8
Perrine, If... 2
Ramp, 2b . ..
Mason, rf ... 4
McCatfery, -8 1
VanCleave, p. 4
ITotals ...87 7 9 2T
Umpire, Frank Brown.
IT PACIFIC TODAY
-Coach "Spec" Keene's 1 anima
ted baseball lambasters will meet
Pacific today for the I fourth
northwest conference game of
the week. The game will be play
ed at Forest Grove.
It Is Pete Gretsch's turn to
pitch, but "Spec" is seldom sure
who will get the call until al
most time for the game to start.
Keene gave his team a -day off
Friday and a large number of
them took In the ball game at
The Bearcats have scored 42
runs! in three conference games
to two runs for the opponents.
yet they SATISFY I
Onslaught on Keating, House
and Orwol! Temble; ,
ScoretH to 8
PORTLAND, ; Ore., Mar t
(AP) Seattle smothered the
Portland Beavers, 14 to 8 in a
coast league baseball game here
today, i :. ! - -:-
The Indians ; knocked Keating
off the i slab .in 1 the fourth Inning
and treated his successor. Bouse,
Just as roughly in an t-hlt, 8-run
onslaught. Then they pounded
Orwoll for four more in the fifth.
The series now stands two to
one for Portland. :
SAN FRANCISCO, May 8
(AP) Night game: j
' ' " - R H IB
!. A. 000 001 100- 2 8 1
Missions 120 80 010-12 1 1
Moss, Herman, Peters and
Hannah; Cole and BrenzeL
LOS ANGELES, May 8 (AP)
Night game:! r -
'" R H E
S. P. . 010 014 000 6 10 8
Holly. 13 001 100-12 17 0
Jacobs, Henderson, Douglas
and Baldwin, penebsky; Shellen
back and Bassler.
mm push n
VICTORY IN TENTH
AMEBIC AZT ZAGTTB
W. h. -Pet. i W. Ii. Pet.
OItL -IS, S .600
N. T. 11 8 A1
Phild. 7 .563
Wubk 10 11 .470
Chiearo 10 .474
Boston 7 11 .989
St. Ia. fl 11 .$53
Detroit -13 10 J45
DETROIT, May 8 (AP) De
troit pushed over a run in the
tenth inning today to take, the
series, opener from Washington, 8
to 2. Akers doubled to bring in
Owen with the winning tally.
I R H E
Wn. 00 000 000 0-2 8 1
Det. 200 000 000 1-3 9 0
Brown and Spencer; Whltehlll
and Schang, Hayworth.
Boston Wins Opener
CLEVELAND, May 8 (AP)
The Cleveland Indians used four
pitchers today as Boston won
the first game of the series here
8 to 4.
R H E
Boston ....300 500 000-8 1& 1
Cleve. .301 000 000-4 9 2
MacFayden, Moore, and. Berry;
Ferrell, Bean, Thomas, Craghead
and Sewell, Berg. ; ,
Cleveland at St. Louis, rain.1
New York at Chicago, rain. '
WATXONAX. tEAQTTB -
W. li. Pet. . W. Ii. Pet
St. I -18 S .818 Pitts. . 11 .450
K. T. 13 S .67 Philsd. 7. 11 .889
Chicsro 11 6 .847 Brookl. 7 13 .388
Boctoa .11 8 .579 Cinoht. 3 18 .118
PHILADELPHIA, May 8.
(AP) Johnny Frederick's dou
ble with the bases , full in the
fourth : Inning today gave the
Brooklyn Robins three runs and
a four to three victory ever the
Brooklyn .000 301 000 4 4 1
PhiladelphiaOOO 0021001 3 9 0
Shaute, Qulnn and Lombardf,
Picinich; Bolen and ; Davis.
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, wet
grounds. - ; ' 1 .
Only two games scheduled.
Of enthusiastic golfers
are cutting their band
p . leaps
Of Fans ar e thrilling J
to the Drama' of the
Links 4 "
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. . :; No. 2;
A 17 w n
; : ,
t - .
Saw Jeonple of thing
about pitching demonstrated ia
the 8alem i high-Rooks game
Friday. Onto is that good con
trol will make np for s lot of
lacks, and the other is that a
pitcher use hie ; whole body
and not Jnst bis arm. Both -are
pretty well known bnt the
demonstration ' was nnnsnally '
marked. j. j 'i'
Mr. Sass ot the Rooks, accord
ing to our; own observation and
the testimony of half a dozen
Salem high - batsmen, had abso
lutely nothing on- the ball. " He
had a Mil$ break, that is, but it
came toe I don to bother any
hitter, j j j ' :
i Bat. for three innings he
didn't allow! a hit, , and only
one Salem man reached first,
on an eirrorl He was placing
them high ibside and low out
. side and j other , place where
the boys didn't like them.7
Then ih (fielding a ground ball
he fell and twisted his knee. You
might not thihk that would both
er a pitcher, but the next man up
banged the ball out of the lot,
and so did, the succeeding ones
until three tuns were in and
Sass wasjhiobbling to the bench,
Bobbj) ioo es comes back to
the Blsnpre Sunday for an
other fenr days stand. ; We
hear aj lot of the boys. who
were weajc on patting, bought
their ways Into the show three
or four tlVueft o they wonldnt
overlook? any little point,, last,
time Bobby was here.. . It's
pitch shpis his time, and we
.look foe another big gallery.
to Train I
southwest who is
tier from! the!
to clash with
Tuesday night at the armory, will
give Salem fans their first glimpse
of his stylet when he works . out at
the Club! gymnasium this after
noon at 2:30. He will train here
again Sunday. "
LOGGfcltS DO BETTER
McMINNVILLE. Ore., Jtfay 8
(.AP) The College of Puget
Sound baseball team defeated
Linfield college, 10 to 4, in a
northwest jconference game' here
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SILVERTON, May 8. Wood
burn biRh school's baseball team
nosed out an 8 to victory over
Sllverton high in eleven innings
here today, befoTe the ! largest
crowd that has turned out for' an
athletic , event in Sllverton this
The score was six-all at 'the
end of nine innings. Brady was
Silverton's outstanding ; player.
Reed of Woodburn hit a homer
tn the fourth inning. Sllverton
was charged with eight errors. .
Wood burn - AB R II
Boyle., ef ............ . 1 2
H. Presthus. 2b. ....... 5 f I
Oberst, If ............ 6
A. Presthus, lb .......
Reed, p 4
Hastle, rf .......6
Schwab, ss ........... 5
Gustatson, 2b ...S
Dirksen, e ........... &
ToUls .48 8 10
Wlrerton AB R II
Bye. ss . ............. 6 0 2
Welsner. lb ......... .5 1
Holm. 2b ............6-0
Johnson, ct .......... 8
Arbuckle, e ........ ..8
Brady, rf ............ 2
Lovett, If 4
Orren, 3b ....... ....S
Totals .. . . . . . . . .43 10
Umpire, Hauser, Chemawa.
BET MEET TODtf
The Willamette tennis team
will take on its second northwest
conference at Pacific University
today with three gles and two
doubles matches srdted. j
Willamette won its first con
ference match from College ot
Puget Sound 7 to 1 here. The
singles players will be Pete Hage
mann, Wes Roeder and Melvin
Goode. 1 Hagemann-Goode and
Roeder-Goyne will form the dou
bles teams which will play. A re
turn match will be played here
v Monday Whitman will bring
Its strong net team 1 here for
matches In the afternoon.
' The girl's tennis team will also
go to Forest Grove tomorrow to
play the Badgeretts in tennis. 1
Last ! year the Willamette girls'
tennis team did i not lose a con-
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