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The OltEGON STATESMAN. Salenu Oregon, Tnesday -Morafag, May 12, 1931
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BIKERS WILL :
PUT UP SCRAP
Held Willamette Until Last
Inning . in First Game
At Forest Grove 7
Debonair Andy Peterson will oc
cupy the mound toaay wura u
Pacific Badgers mik their inva
ion on Olinger field to attempt to
even up the count with Willam
ette. The game will start at 3:30.
Today's game and Friday a
game against Llnfield will be the
last two on the home field tor
the Bearcats. Next week Coach
"Spec.Keene's team will storm
Walla Walla with bats. balls,
ani rtfcr Implements of
baseball warfare In quest of the
second eonsecutlTe nortnwesi con
This may be Andy Peterson's
last home game of the season and
a large crowd will likely be i at
tracted to see him perform Last
week Peterson pitched a perfect
ball game allowing no hits and
not even a man to get on first
base. In that game Andy got 15
strikeouts and-only two hit balls
traveled oyer the heads of the in
flelders. - ' ,. -" ,
Peterson Is the outstanding col
f lege pitcher of the state and last
summer was the outstanding hur
ler in the Willamette Talley
league, pitching the Salem Sena
tors to the championship and
pitching a no hit, no run game
against Ralph Coleman's Corrallis
town team in the bargain. .,
It Is understood that a scout
for the New York Yankees will
witness today's game and hare a
look In on Peterson's perform
ance. This will be the second
big league scout to interview An
dy. Had Tough Time :
At Forest Grove '
1 Willamette had: a hard time
beating Pacific last Saturday In
Forest GroT as that team was
pepped up-to win. It was only
jaT a rally in the last two innings
that the Bearcats managed to win
7 to 3. John Walker pitched a
great ' game for the Badgers and
allowed only 8 hits. He may be
able to pitch again today. -
Good ball was played by both
teams Saturday. The Bearcats
fielded well, 1 hut i could not get
their eyes on the ball while up to
bat. in spite of this weakness in
batting. "Spec" gave his men a
rest Monday and only Peterson
and. Messenger took light work
outs.' . - A.
Last year the Bearcats won the
northwest conference champion
ship in baseball without being
beaten once. This year they hare
started out in like manner and for
the beginning of the season, hate
made a more Impressive record
than was made by the 1930 team.
Two shutout games hare already
been registered in favor of Wil-
' lamette In the conference.
Bit Too Hard
By ALAN GOULD '
NEW YORK. May 11. (AP)
Knute Rockne used to tell
about a backfield man so fa3t
ha could get into the arms of a
: tackier quicker than anyone else
on the team.
., On the same general theory.
Rogers Hornsby thinks the rea-
lon- the Chicago Cuds look slow
on- the bases Is because they
drive the ball so hard at infleld
ers that it speeds up double play
"We've got soma fast men, like
Cuyler and English, but perhaps
we are a little slower on the
bases as a team than some of the
' other clubs,' Hornsby said.
"However, you've got to figure
that: when one of our players
smacks that ball, it loses no time
going for a hit or reaching a
"The main trouble is we aren't
all hitting up to normal. No. I
can't complain myself.' I find
this new bill travels -just as far
as the old one w en it's hit
squarely. .Hack Wilson has been
in a slump. We have shaken up
the batting order a little and I'm
- confident we will hit plenty when
we get going.' .
GETS SECOND PLACE
OREGON STATE COLLEGE.
Corrallis, May 11. Varley H
Ennor, Salem. Junior In com
merce here, was a member of the
Oregon State college rifle team
which placed second In the ninth
-corps area in firing for the na
tional intercollegiate rifle match
at San Francisco.
The .Orangemen's total of 7859
points was beaten by tbe Uni
versity . of Washington team,
which pcored 7710 points. Uni
versity of California took third
with 7515 points; University of
California at Los Angeles,
fourth; Montana State college,
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I PLAY- GOLF"
1 HOW KALLIS
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few SwiWiVy yttA-.iwMdisjawumiil' lSVy.v
Meet John Kallis, fresh from Oklahoma, who plans to establish him
self in tbe graces of Salem grappling fans by treating Wildcat Pet
shamefully tonight at the armory. Mr. Kallis Is here shown flop
ping a luckless adversary with a flying mare, which is one of his
specialties. i k
Wildcat Pete and Kallis
Clash Tonight at Armory
John Kallis, newcomer from
Oklahoma, will attempt to show
Salem fans he is the goods as a
wrestler,' tonight: at -the armory
when he meets Wildcate Pete of
Eugene. Kallis intimated Monday
that he was- pleased with Salem
and hoped it would be- pleased
with him, as he would like to set
tle down here provided things
look right for building up a fol
Kallis uses a variety of holds
but the flying mare is his favor
ite. He said Monday he . had
heard of Pete's surfboard hold
and admitted it was a good one.
"Maybe Pete will get a chance
to use It and maybe he won't,"
Oregon Normal school won
from Salem T. M. C. A. in a track
meet at Monmouth Saturday, 67
to 9. Summary: ;
100-yard dash,, Schomp T,
Page Y, Edwards ON.
220-yard dash Schomp Y,
Page Y, Blaco Y. ;
440-yard dashBlaco Y, Page
Y. H. Edwards ON.
880-yard run Watklns ON,
Hollingsworth ON, Blaco Y.
Mile run Goudy Y, Drakely Y.
Two-mile run B. Jones Y; H.
Goudy A, Andy Y,
220-yard low hurdles Gary
ON, Schomp Y. Page Y and High
te ON tie for third.
120-yard high hurdles Gary
ON, Vaughn ON. Petteys ON.
Pole vault Little ON. Shelly
ON. Hollingsworth ON.
Discus throw Petteys ON,
Watklns ON, Edwards ON.
Shot put Petteys ON, Watklns
ON, Edwards ON. i
Shot put Petteys ON, Watklns
ON. Smock Y.
Broad Jump . Edwards . ON.
Lloyd Y, Page Y and H. Edwards
ON tied for third.
Javelin throw Smock Y, Blaco
Y, Engebretsen ON.
HIgn lump Petteys ON, Shelly
ON, Hollingsworth ON.
2 Homers But
CORVALLIS. Ore.. May 11,
(AP) The University of Wash
ington made more secure its top
position In the northern division
of the Pacific Coast conference
Daseoail race by defeating Oregon
State. college hero today is tn 11
The Beavers scored five home
runs and collected IS hit. off
two Washington hurlers. Mean-
WOiiei However, they eontribnted
seven errors and : were pounded
badly by 'the huskies. mown.
Oregon State, hit three home
V R II E
Washington ...... .15 19 Z
Oregon state ......11 1 7
Hopper, Putman and Harnett;
urown, Peterson and Mack, Ken
ma. . Umpire, Edwards.
HEAW SIEGE GIS
W. U Pet. i 1 W. L. Pet.
It. Y. 12 8 .600jltro!t 13 13 .500
Philas. .10 7 .588 Chiears 11 .450
ClereU .13 10 .5451 Boston 11 .450
U .522, St. u.
DETROIT. May 11. (AP)
J09 uronin and Ossie Bluege hit
nome runs as the" Washlnzto
Senators unleashed an 18-hit. at
tack on four; Detroit pitchers to
ueieat tbe Tigers today, 14 to 0.
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Wash. 20 202 200-14 18 0
Detroit .001 010 002- 4 11 3
Fischer and SDencer: Rrldres
SulliTan, H&gsett; Herring and
scaans, Kaywortn. ;
Boston i at ' Cleveland, post
poned, tareatenlng weather.
Philadelphia at St. Louie, wet
THROWS 'EM j
However that may be the new
comer isn't worrying, as his mat
career has been extensive enough
to overcome that, and he has met
numbers of tough men. He used
to trMn . with Ira Dern of Salt
Lake City. Some of his past op
ponents in addition to those who
have been mentioned previously
are Mike Yokel, Jack Harbison,
John Ketones, - August Sep and
George Hansen. -.
, Tonight's 30-minute prelimin
ary will feature Glenn Stone ot
Albany, already, known to Salem
fans, and Indian Joe Colbert of
Roseburg. The pleasantries will
start at 8:30.
ILUHEE GETS WIN ;
OVER OREGOTJ CITY
Illahee Country club golfers en
gaged In a tight battle with Ore
gon City golfers Sunday at Illa
hee and came out on the long end,
30 points to 27. The outcome was
ill doubt up to the last match.
Frank Snafer, playing No. 1 for
Illahee, defeated Rebstock of Ore
gon City, six times Portland
champion, with a 75. Scores
H. Ollnger, 0
R. K. Miller, 2
H. H.OHnger, 1
F. C. Cone, 1 .
I. Kafoury, 0
B. C. Small, 2tt
R. D. Day, 2
WUson. 1 i
Latourette, H .
Laurs. 2 hi
BOSTON. May 11 (AP)
Hans Steinke, 255, German wres
tler, was disqualified for using a
strangle hold on Tiny Roebuck.
245, former Haskell Indian foot
ball star, here tonight in the fea
ture bout at the Boston Garden.
Referee Herman Wolf, awarded
the match to Roebuck after 18
minutes of rough grappling.
BOSTON. Mar 11 ( API
The failing eyesight of Sam
Langford, famous old time negro
T.ver. led him Into the oath of
an automobile here today for the
inira time tnis year. The "tar
dsdv" Buffered a. minor laeera.
tion over his right eye.
"DES MOINES. Mar 11 (API
3ushv Graham. ; title. K. Y
one of the leading featherweight
fighters at the country, outfought
Hymie Wiseman, p r o m 1 s 1 n g
young Des Moines battler, in an
eigni round bout here tonight.
Aer being on the verge ot i
knockout in the fourth round
Wiseman came back in the late
rounds to carry the fight to his
more experienced opponent.
OAKLAND, CaL. May 11
(AP) Jose Santa, giant Portu
gese, knocked out Johnny Gros
so, the somewhat shopworn New
York heavy wei ght. is the second
round of their tea round bout
here tonight, Gro8so was !owned
with a right to the jaw-just after
the round started an while not
knocked out was too slow in get
ting to his feet.
Ball Team Wins
NORTH HOWELL, May 11
The North Howell grade baseball
team played Parkersvllle last
Thursday on the home field and
won IS t 1.
CURVE PIONEER DIES
CINCINNATI. May . 11 (AP)
George Chumard Sr., 77, who
pitched for the Cincinnati Reds
in 1882 died here today. He was
said to have been the first 'pitch
er to throw a curve ball In Cin
LEAPS TO TOP
Three way tie In Juniors'
iT Race Likely If Bakers
! Win on Wednesday :
Jamior Legion Legue r
" W T. Pet.
Valley Motor .......4 1 .800
Guardian .......... 3 2 .(00
Cherry City ...... ;.S S .00
Cherry City ....... .8 J .oo
McKay Chevrolet ...0 I .000
i Valley Motor made five hits
produce twice as many runs, with
some aid from, a sieve-like Guar
dian Loan Monday afternoon,
and the low-cost transportation
boys galloped to a 10 to 7 vic
tory In a decisive Legion Junior
league game. The series Includes
only two. more games.
Valley Motor will be champion
If it win from Cherry City Bak
ers Wednesday night, but If It
loses the Guardian defeats Mc
Kay Chevrolet Saturday the ser
ies will wind up in a three way
tie, and a playoff will be neces
sary. Capital Post No. 9 has- an
nounced that the winning team
In the local race will be reward
ed with a trip to the state cham
pionship series In Corrallis In
August, even if the local team
doesn't happen to be one of those
participating. In addition. Cad-
well and Parker will present the
champions with gold baseballs.
A three-bagger . by Falst of
Guardian was the longest ' hit
Guardian AB R H
Salestrom, rf .........3 21
McCarthy. 2b . . . . . 3 0 1
Mason, 3b ........... .3 1 2
Nicholson, cf 3 0 0
Kelley, lb 4 0 1
Maerx, e 4 2 n
Ramp, ss 4 1 1
Loyd, ct ....3 0 0
Falst, p ...... ..... 4 1 1
Totals ........... .31 7 7
Valley Motor AB R H
Fllslnger, 2b 3 0 0
Pickens, If 4 1 0
DeJardin. e 4 1 0
Gentskow, ss ,. ........ 3 2 1
Bahlburg, lb 4 1 1
Ashcraft, cf .....3 2 1
Herberger, Sb ..4 2 1
Stockwell, rf ,..2 0 0
Coleman, rf ..2 1 0
Waddelle, p .3 0 1
Totals ..32 10 .5
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FANS are raving already about
Joe Vosmflc, new Cleveland
; outfielder, and Tom Bridges,
rho's making his major league
aiound debut with Detroit. The na
tional spotlight' was focused on
neither during Spring training
though both did well, especially
Bridges whose strike-outs made
some critics tab him as "another
Vance in the making. As an in
troduction. Tiger Tom blanked the
St. Louis Browns, 1 0, after an
air-tight pitching duel witir Stew
art, fanning four and holding 'em
to that number of hits. 1
Bridges' 1931 debut was bril
liant but, at that, the big league
start of "Sandlot Joe" Vosmik was
even more dazzling. In bis first
LW- trW Yl VOSMIK--,,
fSlSS8- W! A iY A V CLEVELAND
Ever notice how the company
yon play in makes a difference in
your play T Take Kitchen and
Foreman for instance, i They are
pretty -ood youngsters all right,
but no doubt there . was some
question when they trotted out
with the. Senators Sunday, as to
whether they belonged in . that
sort of company. But the way
those boys gobbled up the ground
balls and tossed 'em over to first,
is pretty certain to land -them
steady jobs. Kitchen for; the rest
of the season and Foreman until
Zeke gets on the job, 'at least.
Trux also figured In about as fast
a double play as we've seen this
year. He also has an uncanny
trick of getting them barehanded
If they're so far away he can't
get his glove over there.
Johnny Beck also qualified f
as it slugger, getting three
b ingles when they were badly
We liked this new ump, Gus
Hanke. Some of the boys thought
he missed a few, but most of them
looked right to us and he called
them right on the dot so there
could be no mistake. He announc
ed like a fire chief who had taken
a public speaking course, but you
could hear him every time.
My goodness, is that the way
Bobby Jones plays bis chip
shots 7 We'll bet there Isnt a
, golfer around here who uses
anything like the same style.
The swing Is the same bat that
MONMOUTH. May 11 Donut
baseball is finding favor with
young women students of the Nor
mal this spring, as evidenced by
the number turning out for, prac
tice which near 200. Eighteen
student homes are listed in the
contest, with Town Girls and
Senior Cottage showing up espe
Tournament games are being
played this week to permit class
teams being chosen for May Day
the Hth. The Town Girls were
victors in basketball and volley
ball; and two of them, Madelon
Riley and Nadine Nason are first
string tennis players. Should
they also capture the baseball
championship they will hold un-
By HARDIN BURNLEY
fourteen times at bat, this home
town Cleveland boy belted ten hits
for a total of seventeen bases!
Joe's a strapping blond with a
strong physical and facial resenv
blence to Happy Felsch.' He's just
turned. 21 and has ambition to
Contrary to widespread report,
Vosmik. did not break ; into fast
company right off the sand lots.
He led the Blue Ridge League at
hitting in 1929 and the Three-I
League last season. In September,
Joe was sent from Terre Haute to
Cleveland where he hit but for
.231 in nine games. . -
Though he was a' cannonading
sensation this Spring in the' so
called citrus circuit. Vosmik is so
young that he did not play the!
Lebanon Beats Tucker's and
I' Turner Also Unbeaten; '
" Hiirs is Winner :
' Salem teams broke even In the
Cascade league Sunday as Hill's
candy shop- team went up one
notch and Tucker's team dropped
down one. . .
One of the best games of the
day was at Stay ton where Hill's
won 4 to 1. HarTey 'pitched a
great game for the winners un
til he was replaced in the eighth
by Wilson. Close fielding behind
both pitchers helped to keep the
score down. Grundy played a
great game at second base and re
mained In the game in spite of- an
Injured leg. Bashor and Harvey
each got three base hits for Hill's.
Klrsch had a number ot variations
to offer the Salem batsmen and
mixed in a change of pace which
proved effective. Stayton scored
all of Its runs in the seventh in
ning. ; The lineups were:
Hill's, Harvey and Wilson,
pitchers; Bashor, c; Jeglum, lb;
Grundy, 2b; Nutter, 22,' H. Hol
gan, SB; Morlarity. If; Watklns,
cf; Hornsberger, rf.
Stayton, Kirsch, p, Egleston, c;
Smith, lb; Zuber, 2b; G. Klrsch,
3b; Tuly, 22; Bradley, It; Koethe.
cf; Keech, rf; Dozler, If. -
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Hills 4 7 2
Stayton ....3 9 6
Tucker's nine dropped down to
second notch by losing a 10-In-ning
game to Lebanon by a score
of 9 to 8. This puts Lebanon and
Turner In a tie for first place, as
the Turner Grey Diggers, won
from Jefferson Sunday to keep
their slate clean.
R H E
Jefferson ........... 7 10 6
Turner ............ .18 21 5
Batteries: Hite, James and Hen
nles, Beach; Spellsprlng, Russell
ML Angel lost to the strong
Yamhill team, to 5. In the north
section of the Cascade league. Mt.
Angel had a big Inning in the
sixth when four tallies were push
ed across. Yamhill outhlt Mt. An
gel and made one less error.
R II E
Yamhill .......6 11 4
Mt. Angel ........... 8 5
Batteries: Wiedner, Mallery and
Fryer; Toepping, Wolf and
disputed athletic championship In
STELLAS COOKIE" Of
THE TIMERS - HE MAPS
A SHUT-OUT WIAJ
opening game with the Indians be
cause the management feared the
nervous strain would be too great.
Detroit paid a rood price for
Bridges to EvansviUe last Septem
ber after Tom had struck out 189
in a total of 140 . innings. He
f itched in five games for the
igers, ' winning three. Bridges
first won attention at the Univer
sity of Tennessee where he was a
S. O. wonder for three years, fin
ally becoming a pro with Wheel
ing of the Middle Atlantic League
in 1929. He was 24 last December.
Yes, Tiger enthusiasts believe
they have a Wes Ferrell in Bridges
and the Indians dream, of "an
other Speaker" every time they
think of Vosmik.
S1LTERTON, May 11 Silver
ton f high- golf and tennis teams
are entitled to feel a little bit
proud iover having defeated Al
bany high tn both golf and ten
nis here Saturday. ...
The? golf team won. by 16
points ;to l H, each local player
winning' his match. ' Six-man
teams -were in competition. Joe
Campbell, captain of the local
teaml was, .low man with an 84,
and f Marlon Hoblltt was' next
with 8 8. : Red Stranis was third
with 89, the same- score as. Al
bany's jlow" man. Don McCrary. .....
In; tennis, Stlverton 'won four
matches to Albany's three.
Dickman of Albany defeated
SUynor 6-3, 6-2; McCallister of
Albaayf, beat Coffey 6-4, 6-1; E.
W. Johnson ' of Silyerton beat
Daly6j-1. 6-0; Almqulst of Sil
verton j beat Bennett 8-6, 6-4;
Tate; oil Silverton beat Curry '7-5,
6-8, .6-1. ' ' . i ".- . - ;
In doubles Dickman and Mc
Callister of , Albany beat Staynor
and iCoffey 6-1, 6-2; Almqulst
and ; Johnson of Silverton beat
Bennett and Curry 6-4, 6-3.
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The Salem . Golf club 2 0-man
team defeated the Silverton club
mashel swingers on the local
course Sunday, 42 to 26. A
return match will be played at
Silverton later. Scores were: -Salenf
ClineJ Sr. 1 Eastman 2 .
Anunsen, 1 C. Reynolds 1
Clinej Jr. 0 N. B. Eastman 3
Ritner 1. - Woodmansee 1
Lengrea, 3 . I Werle 0 ,
CroasiJl 1 Cunningham 0 -Chambers
0 Currie 8
Lynch, 8 Jarvis 0
Hendrier 2 Latham 1
Page Hubbs 0
Walker? 2 Simmons
Smith; $ :- Bonney
Cox 3 , McGinnis 0
Hemehway 1 Duncan 1
Hornihg 2 Ames 1
McDo$gal 2 Arbuthnot
Hllemim 8 Woodard 0
Kletzlhg 3 Benson 0
Bonesteele 3 Aim 0
Thomjl yA Hobllt 1
FOB 60LF LEAGUE
SILVERTON, May 11. The
standings of the Willamette valley
high school golf league on May
W. T. L. Pet.
...... .i 1 0 1.000
.......4 0 0 1.000
- - .6 .1 4 .COO
West filnn .2 0 2 .BOO
Corvalllat ........ S 2 6 .454
Sllvertbri 5 0 6 .454
Albany! A 1 0 2 .333
Forest iGrove .... .1 0 2 .383
Woodtmrn .. . . . . .0 0 7 .000
Dallas!. i........O ,0 0 .000
Highest ranking players:
Player! A School Matches Ave.
MilHgan,! Eugene 1
Leal, Xtugene ........ 1
Cline, Salem .......... 8
Vincent, Salem 9
Hof er, ' Ptrkrose ...... 3
Hull, parkroae ....... 3
Utter, Salem ......... 9
DenhatjParkrose .... 3
Groves Salem 7
Anderson, Eugene .... 1
Babb, Corrallis ....... 10
Cooper. Corrallis ... .10
Wanker?West Linn ... 2
Wi U Pc.
W. V. Prt.
Ht. Ij. Jil4 ' .7781 PitUb. 11 12 .478
N. Y. O .7001 PMUd. . 13 .429
Boitoa 42 8 .8001 BrookL. 8 IS .348
Chlcco Jl 8 ,579Cineia. - 2 IS .111
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PHILADELPHIA. May 11.
AP)-4fTjie Philadelphia Nation
als put! down the St. Louis Car
dinals t0day, -2 ; to 1. Klein
scored hjs sixth homer" of the
season folr the Phils in the sixth
inning. Arlett, who - had walked
and .' soared on ' Mallon's. double,
account for the other run in
the sanies Inning. - ' '
St. I LottiJ . .001 000 000 1 7 0
Philadelphia 000 002 OOx 2 5 1
Hallahin, Lindsey and Wil
son ; Collins and Davis.
! IfMelne is Stingy
BROOKLYN. May 11. (AP)
Henry j Meine let - the Robins
down with fire hits as the Pitts
burgh Pjfates defeated Brooklyn,
K to 2,!today -
Pittsburga .100 300 0004 10 2
Brooklyn! ..000 200 000 2 5 1
. Mein; and Phillips; Vance and
Lopes, li. I '. - .....
New I ; York-Chicago,
v STAFFORD UNI VE R SITY,
May liH(AP) Six golfers, the
pick of IStanford. university's spec
taeularj;team, leave here tomor
row, fori Eugene, Ore., where they
will match strokes .with Univer
sity of i Oregon linksmen Ff iday.
The championship of the Pacific
coast collegeswwill be the prise
for thei winner.
PHILLIES . HUMBLE
Six Teams Bunched; Solons
Treat Schwartz Badly
j and win, 1 to 2 "
" Portland Valley Leago
i si W. L Pet.
Ever, Ready ........3 .1 .750,
Salem j. . ....... .2 2 .500 .
Comptona '.......2 2 . .500
Hillsboro 2 .500
Newberg' 2 2 .500 .
Vancouver .........2 2 .500-
Van.; Barracks. .v .2 . 2 . ,.500 ;
Gresham -. ..l -3 .250
. .Scores Sunday j .
Salem f 7, Compton'a 2.
Gresham 10, Ever Ready 2.
1: Vancouver, Barracks 21, Van
Hillsboro 7, Newberg 1.
i Improved power of attack was
exhibited by the Salem Senators
Sunday when they pounded out a
7 to 2 victory over Compton'a of
Portland on dinger field. The
Senators leaned on the horsehlde
for 15 hits, bunching six of them
In the third for four runs, while
Johnny Beck was holding the
clothing salesmen to four blngles,
one a homer by Soule in , the
seventh : which scored both of the .
visitors'; runs. I
Beck put tip his best perform
ance of the year to date, whereas
he allowed one more hit than
the previous Sunday, he contri-;
buted no walks. For the first
five Innlngsi only I three men,
faced him to the lnningi One
got on t base through -an error,1
but 'was blotted out In a double'
play. ; :. 1 ...... X .
' With a seven run lead. Beck;
took it a little, easier in the sixth i
and seventh, and two runs came
in on a single and a homer that
should have been a putoutr
Lefty Schwarts who had tamed
Hillsboro , the ' Sunday before.
found the going tough on Olinger
field. Wilkinson started things
la the second and Beck, who was
one 'of the heavy hitters of the;
day. brought him in. -o
Six. - hits in success after one
was out, and - then a walk sent
Sfch warts to the showers and per
mitted the Senators to score four'
runs and put the game on Ice.
Adolph, Kitchen, Ashby and Beck
singled and Wilkinson and Bruce
doubled In that inning. -
Hutchison took up the respon
sibility and got the Senators out
that time, but didn't look so
good when Adolph : tripled to
open the fourth, 1 Wilkinson;
drove Adolph in and scored on a
wild pitch afterfKitchen's hit,
had advanced him. From then
on Hutchison blanked the Solons
though they got four more hits. f
Kitchen and Foreman broke
into the lineup for the first time
but looked like veterans. Kitchen
handled six changes without a
bobble and got three hits. Fore-!
man . figured in a double play
and twice made barehanded
catches that couldn't be made
Into putouts but saved some
costly base running on the part
of the visitors
Compton'a AB R R PO A R
Brown, 2b . .3 '0 OS 1 0 0 '
Sandercock,3b.4 11 0 2 0
Miller, lb . . .4 r0 0 11 0 0
Soule, rf ... .4 11 9 0 0
Hutt, cf ... . .4 0 0 1 0 1
Mann, If ....4 0 1 0 0
Schwarts, p .. 1 0 0 0 2 0
Hutchison, p. 2 0 0 0 2 1
Poll!, ss . . . . 3 0 1 4 6 0
Fleskes, c ...3 0 16 1 0
Totals ...32 2 4 24 12 1
Salem AB R II PO A R
Girod, cf ...3 0 0 10 6 0
Foreman, ss . . 4 0 0 1 3 2 1
McClain, rf N5 0 ill ff 0
Adolph. lb ..5 2 2 8 0 0
Wilkinson, c.5 3 3 11 1 0
Kitchen, 3b.. 4 1 3 2 4 0 1
Bruce, If ...3 1110 0 0
Black well. If. 1 0 0 1 0 0
Ashby, 2b... 3 0 2 1 2 0
Beck, p ..... 4 0 3 - 0 1 1
Totals .. .37 7 15 27 10 2
Score by winnings:
Comptons ..OC000020 0 2
Salem ......01420000 x 7
Losing pitcher, Schwartz. Runs
responsible for, Schwarts 5,1
Hutchison 2, Beck 2. Hit by
pitcher, by Beck (Brown).
Struck out, by Schwarts 2,
Hutchison 3. Beck 11. Bases on
balls, off Schwarts 3. : Stolen;
base. Ashby. Three-base hit,
Adolph. Home run, Soule. Two-,
base hits, Wilkinson, Bruce. Sac
rifices, Girod. Kitchen. - Doubles
play. Foreman .and Ashby to
Adolph. Wild pitches, Schwarts.,
Hutchison, Beck. Umpire, Hanke.
ELKS HUT I
NEAR SEMI FINALS
The Elks' j handicap golf tour
nament will narrow down to the , ,
semi finals this week Jn all .but
the championship flight which
will ' still have five participants
unless somebody plays more than -one
-Frank Lynch, manager,, an- 1
nounces the parings as follows: ! :
Championship flight: B: C.
Small vs. Geo. Blowers; J. Sears
vs. Joe DeSo iza; Frank Myers
vs., Walter Cline; Carl Gab-M'-
son vs. Robin Day; winner of R.
I. i MeLaughlin-Russ Bonesteele
match vs. Glenn Lengren. ,
First flight: M. Ohllng vs. 1
Chester Cox; Tad Shalton vs. W.
I. Needham; iC. Un'ruh vs. P. H.
Wlliett; U.-Schma vs. E. F.
Slade :,v "
Second night: Dr. Prlne vs.'
Anunsen; Harry Miller vs. Lee
Unruh; Judge Belt vs. Geo. John
son; A.. W. Jones vs. Chas. Hud
klns. . ; ' j
Third flight: Aiken ts.'' Carl
Pope; Carl Armstrong vs. Fred
Brock; E.-L. Welder vs. Ed Arm
strong. , .7