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The OREGON STATESMAN. Calesv Ore?ca, Cangay Morals;?. Ilay 10, IS3I
Bach on Home
liWOET mi .
Of EH KEEL
Portland -Valley League
Tightening up With
Low Teams Strong
. IortUd ValHry League
Game To?ay '
Compton's at Salem, OUnger
field. .2:30 p.
confer. : .
v Erer-Ready l Oresham.
Hlllsboro at New&erg.
T. Girod. ets
Ash by, ss
MeClaln. rf ,
Beck, p -
'Struck meter. If
Flesks. e .
- After a couple of weeks on the
road, the Salem Senators will be
back bome today with Canipton's
Portland team regarded as one or
the strongest in the league, tor
Schwartz, left hander who came
oat .ahead In a duel with bis near
namesake Swarts of Hillsboro last
Sunday, will be on the- mound
against the Senators. He is a
portsider and with seral left
handed hitters in the Salem line
up, may cause the same sort of
trouble that Swarts did here In
the opener three weeks ago.
The Senators are In the second
dMsIon but a. win today wouH
put them en eren keel. Johnny
Beck seems to have found him
self, as he permitted -Gresham
only three hits last Sunday. The
local team's lineup will not be
" changed except thatKltcben may
take Hughes' plage in the Infield.
The league race I expected to
tighten up today, with second dl
rislon teams playing first difi
sion ones and tho dope, odd'y
enough, farorlng the low standing
teams in all eases except possibly
and Enjoy It!
- at ;-
Green - fairways, large
greens, most Inspiring
and Invigorating. Two
miles south on Hirer
1 (fT 1
Wk N OT H E
of the great ! jvi
': BOBBY CA ''
i sensation - - !(
"Chip ShoU'X lfe
- . . - O ' 'B
' VX This time he's ta trouble X
X Lt the ronghl Come and! : ' K
of VxW how he geu owt of ltir ? , 1
Af It M-A-R-V-E-IO-U-S: 1
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Mr. George 7 (t
'm ARLISSi V rm
"The Millionaire" 1 I f
Tucker's and Lebanon, So
Far (Undefeated, Meet in
Cascade Ball Tilt
Cascade lgue Today
Iinrs Candy at Starton.
Tucker's at Lebanon.
Mill City at Aunwville.
Jefferson at Turner. -
Yamhill t ML Angel.
Brooks at Dayton. - . ; -Amity
South Section Standings
i , W L
Hill's . . .
. ....3 0
........ -0 3
Two of the. top teams will play
today in the Cascade league and
the two cellar f teams will meet
and try their keys to the gates
of the dungeon. . Tucker's and
Lebanon -will play tor the lead.
Hill's Candy! Shop team .will
play at Stayton and much Inter
est, Is being shown over that
gam as both hare a .333 per
centage standing in the league.
Hill's has lost (two games by a
total of three runs and both of
the teams which hare beaten the
"baby ruth" nine are now on.top
In the league. Stayton founAV It
self last Sunday and whitewashed
Jefferson 20 'to 0. A number of
exceptional players are reported
to be In the Stayton lineup. Hill's
team also has i Its stars and If
they work together, they will be
a hard bunch to beat.
Tucker'r ! and - Lebanon will
meet In what promises to b
batting duel as they represent
two of the hardest hitting squads
In the league. ' Both hare won
three games and lost none. -
Mill City and AumsTiHe will
wage the battle for their first
wins of the season. Both hare
last three and won none, r It has
been mort a lack of organisation
than playing; ability which has
kept these teams down thus far.
Jefferson Is I the only team
which has won two and lost two
and will play the undefeated
Turner outfit which played error
less ball last Sunday to defeat
Hill's. Del Russel managed to
keep tho ball "out of the gutter"
and fare poor balls to hit which
caused Hill's men to ground out
or pop fly to the perfect fielding
behind him. " T
Race Close ta j
South Section . !
In the north' section the race
la close and for the most part
the scores have been closer than
In the southern division. Yam
hill will play at Mt. Angel. Yam
hill has won twice and lost once
as has Mt. Angel. Today' game
between the two promises to be
Brooks Is going to attempt to
place some figures In the win
column today when It plays Day
ton. Dayton beat St Paul 5 to 1
two week ago.i
Amity and St. Paul will meet
today. Both have strong teams
and are taking today's game ser
iously. St. Paul is a good ball
town and a good erowd is an
Oregon by Wild
Rally in Ninth
EUGENE.. Ore., May 9 (AP)
The CniTerBlty of Washington
baseball team added seren lusty
hits to four University of Oregon
errors in the ninth inning here
today and '. ten Huskies crossed
the plate before the dazed Web
foots could - gather enough
strength to make the final put
out Washington won, 11 to f.
Washington won the first game
of the series" Friday, 8 to 6.
' It H E
Washington J 11 12 4
Oregon . .......... 6 15 6
Dlgnon, Arthur, Felt and Har
nett; Scales, - Bloom and Shane
man. Umpire, Edwards.
When Bobby Jonee series of
olf edneatlott - p let ore I wu
planned there was, we suspect,
method to the choice of putting '
mm the flrst lesson sad a grad
al progress - from that to the
longer shots. We havo Ions;
observed that the average
golfer, left to his own devices,
will concentrate on driving and
leave the short ones to take
: care of themselves. -.
There is even a tendency to be
moan failure on the short ones as
an nnklndness of fate, or perhaps
a feeling that they 'don't really
belong In the game. Many golf
ers, we Imagine, would like to see'
the game a mere test of driving
distance, with broad fairways and
no rough. Even on tho drives,
distance Is their main .worry and
direction an afterthought.
Unfortunately for these fel-.
lows,- golf Is a game in which
the little ball has to be sunk
in the little hole. And so Bob
by starts with s lesson on do
ing that small trick. ., ;
That nxovie lesson : was an ex
cellent demonstration that golf
Instruction is 99 per cent plain
common sense. Most golfers
probably could discover for them
selves the secrets Bobby revealed,
but it would take years to figure
them out. .. ; . '
First, n comfortable, relaxed
stance, with the feet not too far
apart to permit smooth trans
f erence of the weight. Any base
ball coach could tell you that.
Second, s grip on the-patter -slightly
different from that of
the other clubs, with the
thumbs In line to aid accuracy.
Third, a smooth, almost slid
ing; stroke.. And that, really,
was all there was to lt. The
rest Is coordination of eye . and
muscles, which no pro, even bo
he Bobby Jones, can-teach.
Next to 'putting, chip shots to
the green cause the most grief
to the average golfer, and Bobby's
lesson today and until Wednesday
at the Elslnore has to do with this
We heard Spec Keene was up
to Vaughn street in Portland -Friday.
Maybe he was trying to
sign up a game with, the Ducks
for his boys. They are. about
the only bunch in this state that
can give the Bearcats a real bat
tle. Kallis Will
John Kallis who . has all the
earmarks of a good wrestler, will
tangle with Wildcat Pete at tho
armory Tuesday on Matchmaker
Harry Plant's wrestling card.
Tuesday is the only night the
armory is available, but It has
proven popular in the past Kal
lis was formerly world's middle
weight title holder and is one of
the eastern wrestlers. He looks
the part of a champion of the
ungentle sport and also appears
to be constructed to withstand
Most of his wrestling has been
done with the good men of the
east. Texas Teddy Waters, Silas
Watkins and Kick Farmer are
some of the notables who have
lost to him.
Wildcat Pete with his surf
board hold which he demonstrat
ed so vividly here last week
against Stetcher, will show Kallis
how the best performers In the
west wrestle. Pete Is recognized
as the outstanding middleweight
In the northwest The eastern
holds will not be new to Pete
either as he recently made a trip
east where he took on a lot of
the best ones. -Wildcat was high
ly successful In this tour and lt
was during the trip that.be got
his Inspiration for the surf board
hold. ' . .-
Harry Plant states' that in re
spect for the people who pa ad
mission, a dose check will - be
kept on all who try to get past
the gate keepers without paying.
Plant is lining up a lively pre
liminary which - will be an
nounced later. . ;
Kenneth Moser L
Takes Position ;
Kenneth' Moser who graduated
from Willamette University last
spring has received an appoint
ment ,to ; Aransas Pass, Texas
where he will be engaged In
work under the National Bureau
of Fisheries. His work will con
sist largely of gathering, statis
tics and observing various species
of fish, the results of the work
will be used by the government
and the state of Texas.. - i
Mr. Moser will leave for Aus
tin. Texas this evening where he
will confer with Bureau of Fish
ery officials' before proceeding to
bis station at Aransas Pasa.
COUGARS WTV OUT
MOSCOW. Ida.. May --(AP)
--Washington state college track
and field team defeated the Uni
versity of Idaho. 83 to 48 today in
a Pacific Coast conference meet
that was marked by dear weath
er, and no record breaking "per
. J ...... - T .
DeMaris; PrinevilleSets up
Javelin Record; Salem.
. - Gets Four' Points
? CORVALUS, Ore., May 9.
(AP) -Grant high school, Port
land, -won tho fifth -annual Ore
gon state , lnterscholastle track
and field meet hero today from a
field of 2 g high schools. Fifty
eight high schools were entered
but 30 failed to survive the pre
Grant seored 27 points for first
place with LaGrande second, with
tiy, and Washington, Portland,
third, with 20 1-S.
Warren . . DeMaris, Prlnevllle,
astounded - officials and compet
ing athletes by hurling. the Jave
lin 201 feet, 514 Inches, a new
all-state record.- The northwest
college record Is 19$ feet, 3 3-8
In :hes, made ,by Heln, Washing
ton. State college, in 1930.
j Last year De. Marls hurled the
spear. 186 feet, two Inches, and
In the preliminaries this morning
he threw It 195 feet,
Salem Scores Four
On Grabcr's Ran -
Others finished.,-as follows;
Pendleton, 12; Roosevelt 11;
Jefferson, 10; Lincoln, 10;
Marshfleld, 8 1-3; Helix, 8;
Franklin, 8; Ontario, 8; Com
merce, 7M; Corvallis. ; Rogue
River, Prinevllle; Cottage Grove,
each 5; River ton, A hi I Salem,
Gold Hill, Hill Military, each 4;
Grants Pass, thil Benson, Neha
lem, Ben, each 3; Chemawa, 2;
Central Point.- 2;' Coqullle, 1;
and Oregon City, 1-3.
Torrence, LaGrande, was high
scorer with 13 points. Grayson,
Jefferson was seeond with 10 and
Wagner, of Helix, was third with
8 points. ' ':-
. Wagner produced' one of the
sensations of the meet by defeat
ing a field of 32 In the mile run.
He took the lead at the "start and
held it throughout the race.
Graber was Salem's only place
winner, taking four points with a
second place In the 440-yard
dash.. - -
' iinucur xjaotte
Vf. U Pet. W. Tj. Pet.
T. 12 S .SOO
WnV 10 11 .475
PhiUd. .10 T .588!
CUcaco .1 11 .450
Boatoa -8 11 .431
Si. L. 63 IS .83 S
CUt.1. 1J .671
Detroit .13 XO .545
CHICAGO, May 8. (AP)
Two big. innings netted the New
York Yankees eleven runs today
aad enabled them to stave off
Chicago's closing rally to win 13
to ; 9. The White Sox scored
seven runs In the ninth Inning.
NewYork.010 001 508 13 15 0
Chicago .200 000 007 9 13 0
Sherid and Dickey: McKaln,
Braxton, Moore and Tate.,
Foxx Great Help '
ST. LOUIS, May 9. (AP)
Foxx knocked a home run with
two on bases- to give the Phila
delphia Athletics enough scores
to defeat the St. Louis Browns f
to 4 today.
R H E
Phil'd'iphia.000 010 050 0
St Louis .101 010 100 112 2
Walberg. Grove and Cochrane;
Gray and Ferrell.
Sox Humble Indians
CLEVELAND, . May 9--MAP)
The lowly Red Sox sent the
Cleveland Indians tumbling out
of first place in the American
league today by defeating them
5 to 1, while the Yankees won
from the White Sox, to step into
the .top position.
Boston ...010 002 0115 11 0
Cleveland .000 0d0 001 1 5 0
Gaston and Berry; Hudlin,
Jablonowskl and Berg.1
Washington at Detroit, rain.
; On All Sides
STATE COLLEGE STADIUM.
Fresno. CaWMay (AP) With
Frank Wykoff- greatest t sprinter
ever developed in America, as the
anchor man. University of South
ern California's crack squad to
night broke the world's record for
the 440-yard relay. The four
Trojan start running In the 'fifth
annual west coast relays posted a
time of 40:8 to exceed the former
mark of 41 established by Newark
Athletic club at . Lincoln, Neb.,
July 4. 1927.
Delby, Maurer, Guyer and Wy
koff .made up the winning team.
Racing on . an exceptionally fast
track, the quartet raced away
from all opposition to win by
yards. -; - - - , " '. "' '
1 Wykoff. who : already had
equalled the - American record of
9:5 for the 100-yard dash earlier
In the meet, ate up yarding In a
thrilling dash around the oval
that brought 8.000 spectators to
their feet in. wild cheering.
, The: world's mile . relay .record
was cracked by Stanford's great
four man team, which ran the
distance In 3 : 1 2. 8. It cut off 8-1 0
seconds from the mark set in Eng
land In 1928K by a. picked team of
The Stanford team was compos,
ed of Shove, Ike Hables, Les Ha
bles and Ben Eastman. Eastman
rant he last lap In 47 2-10. Those
who made up. the team that beld
the former .record were Baird.
Taylor, BarbutI and Spencer. The
Urn was '3:13.- .-..r.-.v.-rf.'-i.
Teams to Vie
. Here, Decide
CORVALLIS- Ore., May 9. -(AP)
I The first Oregon tlaf
high school track and field meet
to be held under the ansnicea of
the state high school board of
control win . be neia at Oregon
State college next year and will
be a two-dar meet. J. L. Garv.
secretary of the board, announced
uere loaay. , ; . j
Today's meet, was the last 'In
vitational meet and hereafter the
official i state meet' will be han
dled alternately by Oregon SUte
college and the University of Ore
gon. The relay meet will be aban
doned; entirely. '
The board also decided Gary
announced, to have 18 teama in
stead of 12 Jn next year's state
nign scnooi pasKeioau tourna
ment at Salem. Details of meth
ods of selectlnr teams will be de.
cided later at a conference of-the
board and district chairmen.
W. (T. Pet.
St. I 14
X. Y. 1S
8 .684 iPhiUd.
.8; 12 .400
T .SlllBrookl. 8 13 .881
S .SOO Cinin. 2416.111
PITTSBURGH, May 9.-i-(AP)
St. Louis won its eighth straight
game and its third straight vic
tory over the ; Pirates today, 4
St. Louis ....000 210 010-4 9 1
Pittsburgh ...100 001 000-2 9 0
Johnson and Mancuso; Kremer
and Phillips. l
Giant' Rally Wins!
NEW YORK, May 9. (AP)
The Giants ; came from behind
with three runs In the eighth in
ning today to overcome a Chicago
lead and beat the Cubs In a home
run duel, S to 4. : -
Chicago .....112 000 000-4 4 1
New York . . .001 100 03x-5 11 0
Root ." and Hartnett; Hubbell,
Berley, Hevlng and Hogan.
Lacas Braves Victim '
BOSTON, May 9. (AP) The
Boston Braves . fell on Lucas for
four runs after being held score
less for live innings aid defeated
Cincinnati. 4 to 2, In the first
game of the series today. Hen
dricks' double and singles by
Strip and Cullop produced two
runs for the Reds In the first but
thereafter Selbold pitched shutout
Cincinnati ...200 000 000-2 10 2
Boston 000 004 OOx 4 11 0
Lucas and Sukeforth; Seibold
Divide Double BUI
PHILADELPHIA, May 9.
(AP) The Phillies divided a
doubleheader with the Brooklyn
Robins today, winning the second
game 8 to 1 behind Ray Benge'i
six-hit pitching after Brooklyn
had taken the first, 8 to 3;
Brooklyn i... 301 040 000-8 11 0
Philadelphia .001 001 001-3 8 0
Luque and Lopez j J. Elliott,
Schesler, Watt and McCurdy.-
Brooklyn .. . .010 000 000-1 8 3
Philadelphia '..500 000 OOx-5 8 0
Galllvan, Day, Heimach and
Planlch: Benge and Davis.
One at Last
The Willamette Bearcats have
now gone the rounds in the west
ern section1 of the northwest con
ference baseball league and have
won from each of the teams In
this division. Saturday the Bear
eats won front Pacific university
7 to 3. at Forest Grove, thus
keeping their record of wins un
sullied. ; ' '
Dwight Adams was the hitting
star of the jgame getting four out
of five times at bat. This-bolsters
up Adams batting average which
was at the- foot of the list for a
while. "Spec' had began to
wonder . where he could find- a
hitting first, baseman, but be can
pick another worry topic now. -
John Walker pitched a dandy
game for Pacific- and allowed
only eight hits. None of these
were more than doubles. Paeific
played a good game In the field
but touched Pete Gretsch up for
only- six hits. The game was
particularly free from errors- on
both sides. ; - -v .
The score was one to one until
the sixth, and Willamette had. but
two runs when the eighth Inning
started. Five tallies were made
by the Bearcats in the Jast two
- Next Tuesday Pacific will be
played here. Andy Peterson will
pitch that game and try his lack
at dusting off the Badger bats
men, r Peterson allowed none of
the Paget Sound Loggers to
reach first in the last game be
pitched and a number of base
ball fans are. planning to see him
In his next pitching effort,
, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN,
New York, May 3 (AP) Big-Bill
Tilden, stall the i old master of
tennis, trounced his youthful
rival, Vincent RicharSs, tonight
in' the first of their series , of
matches for the world's Profes
sional tennis championship.
The scoresi were 5-7, 8-0, t-1.
Ernie Johnson Claims: Junk
Uses. Strategy; Anyway
He Helps Ducks win t
' COAST X2AGTO
W. U Pet ; W. U M
Portl'd IS 1 .581
s T. ' IS 16 .500
0kL 1 4 .598
Ut A.. 15 IS 00
Sse't 1 OO
HiMicu' IS 14 .500
HoUy. .1 IT .4SS
SnUlt .12 19 .0
PORTLAND, Ore., May t
(AP)-Portland defeated Seattle.
10 to 7, in a wild coast league
baseball game here today. i
The 'game was played under
pro os t by Seattle after the third
Inning because "Junk' Walters,
the winning Portland pitcher,
had some strings hanging from
his right shirt sleeve j and Ernie
Johnson, Seattle manager, seem
ed to think the purpose of the
strings was to confuse the bat
Portland . knocked ; McQuIUen
off the hill In the first inning and
orougnt in live runs. -
Oaks Win Faslhr
OAKLAND, i May 9 (AP)
Oakland put over three runs In
the first Inning to build up I a
lead over Sacramento the Sen
ators could never overcome, and
won today's ball game 4 to 3. Ca
milll collected a triple and ; a
doable batting In two of Sacra
Gilllck started the . game for
the Senators but was yanked! In
the first to be replaced by Ham
ilton. Ortman -held down -the
mound for the Oaks. Score:
Sacramento I ! 3 8 3
Oakland r..4 13 0
Gilllck. Hamilton and Wirts;
Ortman and Read.
; Overcome Lead
SAN FRANCISCO, May 9
(AP) The Missions overcame an
eight run lead in the seventh In
ning tonight to defeat the Los
Angeles ball team 18 to 12,.' mak
ing it four straight In the series.
Entering the seventh with the
score. 11 to 3 against them, the
Missions battered four Angeles
pitchers tor ten runs, eight of
them coming with but one man
out; . - i
Los Angeles ....12 17 1
Missions .... .1S 13. 3
Shealy, Yerkee, Petty, Nelson
and Campbell; Walsh, Biggs, Lie
b:r and BrenzeL ' ;
Seals Lead. Series
LOS ANGELES, May $ (AP)
San Francisco tookXa 3 ; to" 2
lead in the series with Hollywood
by a 8 4.o 4 victory over the Stars
temtght. Roy . Frazler's homer in
the fifth : scored - three runs for
the Seals. Another tally walked
home for the visitors in the fifth.
They added their final pair in the
sixth when Frank Crossettl homed
and Julian Wera and Red Bald
win bunched doubles Score:
R H E
San Francisco 8 11 0
Hollywood i :. 4 9 0
Davis and Baldwin, Hollerson,
Page and Severeld. - -
Portland Box Score
Seattle - AB R
Ellsworth, s: . 4 1
II POA E
1 16 1
Taylor, X ... 6
Holland, I . . 3
Lawrence, r v. 4
Almada,' m ".. 4
Cox, c ....'. 4
Knothe, 3 .. . 4
Muller. 2 ... 3
McQuillan, p. 0
Lemanski, p. 3
Preitas, p . . . 0
WHsOn .... 1
Stewart, 2 .
Donohuef ... 1
Totals ....36 7 12 24 12 1
Batted for Muller in Sth.
tBatted for FreiUs in 9th.
Portland AB It n PO A E
Monroe, 2 ... 4 2 4 8 3 0
Johnson, m .. 4 2 2 3 1 0
Rhiel, 3 .... 5 0 I S 01
Flagstead, 1.4-1 12 0 0
Fenton, 1 ... S 0 16 0 1
Coleman, r . . 6 2 3 2 0 0
Wuestllng, s. 4 1 0 4 6 1
Fltzpatrlck, c 4 1 1 1 2 0
Fullerton, p . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Walters, p .. 3 0 -2 0 5 0
j Totls .,..;39r 10.18 27 20 2
Seattle ..;.0 13 0 1 0 0 0 1 7
HiU ....0 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 12
Portland . . .5 0 2 0 01 2 0 x 10
Hlta ....52 3 0 2 3 1 0 x 1 6
Four hits and S runs off Mc
Qulllan In , 11 and 8 off Lem
anski In 4, 4 and 2 off Fuller
ton In 1 plus, 8 and S off Walters
In 8; 1 and X oft FreiUs in 2.
Winning pitcher, Walters. Losing
pitcher, Lemanski. Runs respon
sible for 'Fullerton 2, McQuillan
S, Walter 4, Lemanski 1, Freltas
hC. Struck out by Freltas 2. Bases
on balls off McQuillan 1, Walters
2, Freltas 2, Lemanski 1. Home
run, Johnson. Two-base hits,
Johnson, Fltzpatrlck, Monroe,
Coleman 2, Holland. Sacrifice.
FlagsteacVRuns batted in, Rhiel
8, Coleman 2, Fltzpatrlck 2, Cox,
Miller, Holland 2, Lawrence,
Knothe t, Walters, Johnson 3.
Double plays. Johnson to Fltzpatrlck,-
Ellsworth to Muller, Wal
ters ' to - Monroe to Wuestllng to
Fenton, Monroe to Wuestllng to
Fenton. .Hit by pitcher, by Wal
ters." Time, 2: OS. Umpires,' Mc
Laughlin and Fanning.
, Team Wins Cup
STAYTON, May The Stay
ton grade school baseball team
defeated Buena Create la the ball
game here Friday and .thereby
won . the championship of the
southern: division of the county
and . incidentally the silver cup.
Clay Egleston, principal of .the
grade school, is their coach.
Junior legion tossers scored a de-r
cisive, Tictof j over McKay Chev
rolet Saturday forenoon on Ol
Inger field, 2t to 7. Tte bakers
scored four runs in the first in
ning, five in the second, seven in
the third j fiyef In the fourth.
DeJardin, i McKay's pitcher, hit
a homer Jn tie third inning but
his team mate! were rather weak
er with, the hickory. They scored
three runs H the first Inning
when DeJardin hit a two bagger
to clear up In the third. The
only run he? didn't drive In was
In , J;he ; fourth; . when . Curry had
thsi .honor. ' . -'
Thomas lead Ameria were
Cherry CItyfs sluggers, though
the longest hit, a
I TLj "score i
Ameria. 3 b
Clark, If 1...
Delaney. cf IX
-39 21 11
AB R II
Nelson, 3 b
Pitcher, c i ..
Rife, cf .-4...
Curry, rf ! ..
21 7 7
Record ts Set
In Bfoad Jump
FRESNoi cl.. May 9 (AP)-j
Floyd Wllsoni Rlverdale hlghi
scnooi stuaentj today set what will
probably be jrcognized as a new
world's lntetscholastlc record
when In the cliss C or high school
division of the west coast relays
he made a broad jump of 23 feet,
10U inches. J
The previous world's reeord of
23 feet 7 Inches was made in 1918
by P. Stiles lot i Culver Military
Salem' Oolf i Conrge t ""rtiri aoutb
on Rlvr Drlv. i it TioIS" Watered fair
ways, targe greena." Fees Tic 'Sundays
jid beltdays, IL00 '-') " ' ' T
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Dr. O. t SCCttT. PSC Chiropractor.
25C N. Hlsh. Tel. Rea. 8S72.
DRS. SCr'lEI.D. Palmer Chiroprac
tors. X-ray and N. C M. 'New Bank
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HAUK ELECTRIC Ca. New ..loca
tion. IS7 Court St. TeL 4S54.
R.-.ttm Welch electric Shop. Wlrlns.
fixtures and supplies. let our prices,
1015 a Com't TeL 83. -
FT.OWERS FDR ALX. occasions
Olaon a. Courf iand High St. TeL I1CC
ALL kinds of floral work. Lets Flor
1st. lth A Markec TeL S57J. .
CUT Flower. I weddln " bouquets
funeral wreaths: decorations. "' C P.
Brelthaupt, florist, 612 Bute 8treL
Salem Srenrei. Tel. 41 nr 7S.
416 Court i ' f
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. Defeat Paciiic,
Men Are Losers
' The Willamette girls tennis
team beat the Pacific women net
stars, but the Willamette men's
team lost to the masculine raquet
wellders of Pacific at Forest
Grove Saturday. -
Pauline and Edith Findley won
singles matches and as there was
only one court to use, girls doub
les were not played. -
Wesley Boeder, captain of the
boys team, beat bit opponent lu
singles. Harmon and Goode lost
their singles matches and Roeder
and Goyne lost a doubles match
which went to three sets. ' Pete
Hagemann, regular number 'one
man, was not able to go with the
team. . . '
North in Final
EUGENE, Ore., May 9 (AP)
The University of Oregon,
through the efforts of Its four
man golf team, and individual
players today won the right to
represent the northern division
of the Pacific coast conference in
the golf championship tourney.
: The Webfoot four-man team,
competing In 72 holes of medal
play, defeated the University of
Washington. 1258 to 1307, while
George Will, Oregon, won indi
vidual honors with 305.
Salem High is
In Eugene Meet
The Salem high school tennis
team defeated Eugene high five
matches to two on Eugene courts
Haeemann of Salem defeated
Sim 5-7.6-3,6-3; Post of Eugene
beat Hobson 6-4. 2-6, 6-4; Sode
man of Salem beat Dallas 6-2,
6-4; Corey of Salem beat Gould
4-6, 6-4. 8-6: Brown of Salem
beat Walker 0-6, 6-1, 6-2. .
' Post and Sim of Eugene beat
Hagemahn aad Sodeman 6-1, 6-4;
Hobson and Corey of Salem beat
Gould and Dallas 3-6. 6-3, 6-3.
SILVERTON HILLS The Sil
verton Hills Grange will hold its
regular meeting at the hall next
Friday night No special program
Is being arranged for the occasion.
The third and fourth degrees will
be administered. : ;
Mattresses from factory to home. Ask
about our wool matt re sees. Renovat
er and fumlgators. Capital City Bed
dlwr Co: Tel. -4069. 30.1" North Cup.
GEO. : C WILL Pianos, Phono
srraphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machine. 433
State Street. Snlem. 7
Everything In office supplies. Com
mercial Book Store. 1(1 K. Cora'L
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLTJMBTNO and 1 general repair
work. Graber Bros., 1(1 So. Liberty.
Wallpaper cleaned like now work
guaranteed. Call 37(4. J. R. Johnson.
Paper hanc-tna- and palntlnc. Keu
man's Paint Store, isi N. Ccml
PHONH JLENN ADAMS for house
dectoratlnjr, paper hanging, tinting,
etc. Reliable workman.
Paperhangtng' and painting. Ftlnllng
a TelltT. Tel. Kelwo Brow.. 77.
FOR STATIONERV, cards, pamph
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printing, call The Statesman Print
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115 So. mh St. Phone S402. Pro
fessional radio serlce at moderate'
fiticea Complete equipment for tet-n-all
make, radios. Airta CROa-LET-ZENITH
and CLARION. "
FOR ever fMirfww. tm .
All standard alses of Radio Tube.
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Cmirt Rt. Tel tits. ,
STOVES and stove repairlns. Stove
for sale, rebuilt mod repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
Slain, hop baskets, hooka, iogan hook,
alem enc ana Stove Works., 241
Chemeket. Tel. 4774, R. B. Ftemtnr.
a IL UOSITER Tailor for men and
women. 474 Court SL
CAPITAL CJTT Transfer Ca. 1M1
SUte St. TeL T7TS. Diatrtbutlnav for
wardins: And storv i
Get our rate. ,
locmi or aisrant transfetr stor
age, eall 11 SI. Larmer Transfer Co.
Trucks to Portland dally. T
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