The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 26, 1931, Page 8, Image 8

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Ore goo, Wednesday Morning, August 26, 1931
Juniors :Plqy:.Mam6h
Coum, Lads-Here
Johnson Probably to Hurl
Against Zimmerman
And Perrine v ,
a 1 . A 1 VmA
rather an, . athletic center tip In
the Yakima Taller. Is sending its
American Legion Junior baseball
iMm to Salem today. It will clay
- the Marlon Juniors on dinger
field at 5:15 o'clock this after
noon In a game which will prob
ably be the last for . the local
team. .
The Sunnyslde community holds
credit for dereloplng a number of
noted athletes, those best known
here being the Zeller brothers.
who romped on the gridiron for
Willamette uniYersityJn past sea
anna The first of the Zellersto
' play" here, Waldo, who wm bet
ter known as "Fax." was regard
ed as one of the outstanding half
backs of the northwest.
Heal Sluggers .
Thia year's Sunnyslde Junior
ball team upholds the commun
ity's reputation, winning the east
ern " Washington Junior ball
championship and taking one
. game from the Seattle team, west
era Washington champions, in the
state tile series.
It Is a team of sluggers, as Is
erldenced by. the 10-to-9 rictory
cored oyer Seattle In the second
game of the series at Snnnyside.
.and the fact that it outhit Seattle
In the first game, which It lost 8
to 5. One of the heary hitters Is
Portch. leadoff man.
Johnson Is reported -to be Sun
nyslde's best pitcher and he will
probably start today's game
against the Marion Juniors. He
held Seattle to eight hits In the
first game of the Washington ser
ies, and then was called upon to
hurl the third game with one
day's rest, but prored unequal to
the occasion. ...
The Marion Juniors will be at
full strength with possibly both
Johnify Perrine and Harrey Zim
merman taking a share of the
mound honors. r
... The' Sunnyslde teamwill ar
rive In Salem about noon today,
coming' in automobiles, with a
considerable following ot fans.
will number about 25.
'. W L Pet. W Tj '- Pet.
Philda. ST 33 .7251 St. lu 5 Tl .413
With. TS 48 .6031 Detroit 48 74 .393
H. T. TS 44 .595 Bottom 47-T3 .893
CloTeld. 89 80 .49 Chiec 4 75. .880
DETROIT, Aug. 25. (AP)
The Senators profited by faulty
fielding on the part of the De
troit Tigers here today, winning
the third of their four-game ser
ies, 5 to 1. i
. j , i RHE
Washington .'.Oil 003 000-5 T
Detroit ......000 000 010-1 1
Brown and Spencer; Herring,
SulllTan and Hayworth. j
- '' Pennock Blanks Sox -
CHICAGO, Aug. 25. (AP)
Herb Pennock pitched the New
York Yankees to an 8-t-0 ylctory
"oyer the White Sox today, allow
ing only six scattered blows. Ben
Chapman stole his 50th and 51st
bases of the year for the Yanks.
' It H E
New York . . .100 004 201-8 12 0
Chicago .....00 Oin 000-0 6 3
Pennock and Dickey; jWeiland.
Lyons and Grube, Tate, Garrlty.
A thirties Win Azaln
ST. LOUI3. Aug. 25. (AP)
The Fniiaaeipma Ainieucs won
their third successive game from
the St. Louis Browns here today,
4 to 1, and made it three out of
fnnr for the series so far.
Philadelphia .002 100 001-4 12 0
Rt lnli 100 000 000-1 6.1
Rommel and Hering;; Blaehold-
er. Stiles and Ferrell. .
Boston at Cleveland, postponed,
Twilight Games
Nearing Climax
SILVERTON. Aug. 25 Wed
nesday night at p.m. will V see
the final preliminary to the series
which will decide the Silverton
city championship. O e o r g e's
Shinesters will meet,. McDonald's
Wildcats on the Eureka street d Ia
in end with the victors having the
chance to meet the Sliver Falls
Lumberjacks in a three game
series to give finalily to the ar
guments between SilVerton's sev
eral teams as to which is the
best- The first ot the series will
be played Sunday afternoon.
Eugene May See
' Dempsey Scrap
EUGENE. Ore., Aug. 25
(AP) Herb Owen, local promot
er; announced today he exnected
to bring Jack Dempsey, ex- heavy
weight champion, here to meet
some good heavyweight Septem
ber 3 or 4. While negotiations
were not completed, he said be
was quite certain the bout would
be staged. If the match materlal
ies It will he. staged In McArthur
Court, basketball pavilion on. the
University of Oregon campus
he said. ,
The New York Yankees made
efforts to secure -Monte Weaver,
righthanded hurler of the Baltl
more Orioles, recently traded to
ISO Pheasants
Distributed In
Marion County
One hundred and fifty young
pheasant roosters, raised under
the sponsorship of local members
of the Marlon County Game Pro
tective association in the pens on
the state hospital grounds, were
liberated in various parts of the
county Monday by Ben Claggett,
former deputy; state game war
den. " -j 1
The birds . .were , half-grown.
Two hundred ! and fifty more
young "chleka", which will be
placed in the pens, will be releas
ed after the hunting season
closes, along with 400 half-grown
hens. Russ Smith, president of
the Marion county game group is
given much credit for his work In
developing the feeding" pen idea.
W li Prt. W t Pet.
70 44 .42iBoto SS 6S .478
TA 51 7f.Pittrh 57 AS .483
St. tu
X. Y.
ln T SI .SSAlPhtlrf. SI Tl -415
Brookn. 67 SO .S jaOincintl. 44 79 .338
NEW YORK. Aug. 25 (AP)
The Giants swept today's dou
bleheader with the Chicago Cubs,
5 to 3 and 7 to 1. big Jim Chap
lin holding: the visitors to eight
scattered hits s in the nightcap.
Ott hit two home runs for the Gi
ants in the first game.
Chicago ...3 S 1
New York 5 10 0
Root, Teaehout, warneke and
Hartnett; Hubbell and Hogan.
Chicago ...... .. 1 8 0
New York 7 15 0
May, Warneke, Baecht. Teach-
out and Hemsley; Chaplin and
Hogan. O'Farrell.
Robins, Pirates Split
BROOKLYN. Aug. 25 (AP)
The Brooklyn Robins and
Pittsburgh Pirates split even in
today's double header, the Robins
winning the second game 5 to 0,
behind the three hit pitching ot
Fred Heimaeh after the Pirates
had taken the opener, 5 to 3.
Ittsfiurgh 5 10 1
Brooklyn 3 8 1
Melne and Phillips: Clark.
Quiirn, Heimaeh and Lopes.
Pittsburgh 0 3 1
Brooklyn 5 10 1
Kremer, Osborn and Phillips:
Heimaeh and Lopes.
Slebold Weaken
BOSTON. Aug. 25 (AP
Socks Slebold pitched shutout
ball for eight innings today hut
weakened thereafter and the St.
Louis Cardinals won 4 to 1 in
ten Innings making at three in a
row. '
St. Louis ......... ...4 9 2
Boston .1 11 3
Hallahan, Stout. Johnson and
Wilson; Seibold and Spohrer.
Reds, Phils Divide
(AP) The Cincinnati Reds and
Phillies split a double header to
day, the Reds shutting out the
Phils, 8 to 0 in the first game and
Phils blanking the Reds in the
second contest 1 to 0.
Cincinnati 8 14 2
Philadelphia ' 0 5 3
Lucas and! Sukeforth; Benge,
Milligan, Fallens te in and Davis.
! R H . E
Cincinnati .0 5 0
Philadelphia ...1 6 1
Johnson, Frey and Styles.
Sukeforth; J. Elliott and mem
ory. E IN 13TH
BROOKS, j Aug. 25. Ernest
Garbarino finally broke up an ex
citing 13 Inning game between
Brooks and Fuji, a Portland Jap
anese team,; with a hit that
scored Mason who had singled.
The game was witnessed by. a
large 'crowd, i
Leonard Vlvette, Chemawa In
dian, hurled! good ball for eight
Innings but tired due to not hav
ing pitched for some time. Pe
ter DeGulre, who relieved Vlvette
held the visitors scoreless the. re
maining five innings. - Charles
Batchelor played his usual good
game behind the plate. Error
less ball was played while each
team contributed a double play,
Brooks garnered 21. hits off of
O. Kuda. M. Kobayashi did, the
receiving for the Japs. Japs' got
14. hits. Final score 0-5 for
Lebanon plays St. Paul here
next Sunday for the chamnion-
snip or me cascade league.
Lincoln Junior
Tossers Swamp
14th Streeters
The junior team of the Lincoln
nlavrrotrad i annwa . .a .
I - uuuci ins
14th Street nine when it amassed
a total of It runs to defeat the
isiung 1 4 tn streeters. 13 to .
This aftrnnnn t V.
of the two playgrounds will meet
ATX thA T tjtft.1M -B a
The lineups were:
Bertleson j
Phillips .. '
Earle j
Esplin !
Ellis . i
I Causy
U Ellintt
Lunsf ord
Beat Seals 13 to 11 With
Homer by Fenton as
First big Wedge I
W E Pet. W t Pe.
rortld. 89 83 .551 SutU 33 36 .490
fian P. 39 83 i5 Skirrao. 81 80 .413
0kld. 38 34 .529Mim' 80 81 .892
hot A." tl 25 .MBHolljr 87 34 .5291
PORTLAND. Ore.. Aug. 25.
(AP) Portland beat a tie with
the Seals for league leadership.
Jack Fenton'a home run in the
second, the only hit of the Inning,
brought in four runs which gave
the Beavers . an edge most of
which they managed to maintain.
Two walks, and an error had fill
ed the bases for Fenton.
The ninth was a narrow squeeze
for Portland. The Seals, having
already pounded Killeen off the
mound, almost tied the score off
Junk Walters when Sullk's homer
scored three runs.
San Francisco used four pitch
ers. MeDougall, Douglas, Billings
and Henderson. .
San Francisco . 11 13 3
Portland : - 13 11 .3
McDougal, Douglas, . Billings,.
Henderson and Mealey; Killeen,
Walters and Fitspatrick.
Oak Win Opener
(AP) Behind the steady pitch-
ng of Craghead the Oaks won the-
series opener from the Mission era
S to 3 here tonight.
Although leading by one run
at the beginning' of the ninth
Oakland combined two walks
with two doubles to score a pair
of runs and cinch the game.
Craghead held the Missions score-
Manager Joe Devlne protested
the game In the first Innlnr
claiming that Dalgren failed to
touch first base after hitting a
three bagger. v
Oakland S 9 3
Missions 3 8 0
Craghead and McMullen; Walsh
and Hofmann.
Hnbbell Holds Stars
(AP) To Wilbur Hubbell ot
Sacramento goes the major share
of credit for his team's 4 to 1
victory over Hollywood tonight.
He held the Stars hitless until
the eighth, then weakened slight
ly and allowed two, one of which
resulted in the solitary score for
the losers. '
Sacramento 4 7 0
Hollywood . 1 2 1
Hubbell and Wlrts: Turner and
Suds Rally said Win -SEATTLE,
Aug. 25 (AP)
An old-fashioned seventh Inning
rally brought In four . runs and
gave the Indians an 8 to 7 vic
tory over the Los Angeles Angels
tonight, in a parade of pitchers
for both teams.
A home run by Knothe. Indian
third baseman, started the win
ning rally.
Four pitchers for the home
team held the visitors to nine
hits,, with three visiting hurlers
touched for 15. Rain fell during
part of the game. -
Los Angeles ..... 7 9 2
Seattle . 8 15 2
Petty, Stltzel, Wetzel and Han
nah; Freitas, Hartwig, Phillips.
Boanelly and Bottarlnl.
BROOKLINE. Mass., Aug. 25
(AP) Opening ilay in the na
tional doubles tennis tournament
today ran on in an even and en
joyable course for the favorites.
The nine seeded teams, including
one foreign pair, were' safely
berthed In the second round.
The draw for this golden Jub
ilee team play was so lacking in
dynamite that the first round
matches were nothing more than
brisk workouts to fit the favor
ites for the stiffer competition
ahead. Most of them, including
the defending champions, Johnny
Doeg and George Lott. used their
opponents for experimental pur
poses. -
Doeg and Lott drew J. Brooks
Fenno and Henry R. Guild, Bos
ton and blasted them off the
courts for a 10-8, 9-7, 6-2 victory.
Ellsworth Vines and Keith
Gledhlll, the second seeded Call-
fornlans and favorites to annex
the title which Doeg and Lott
have held for two years, won from
Edward Veomans, Washington
and Elmer Rudy, Baltimore, 6-4,-
-S. 6-2. I
The showing ot Frederick J,
Perry and George Patrick Hughes,
British Davis cup doubles team,
against Carl Kamrath of Austin,
Texas, and Caltyon Burwell of
Charlotte, N. C. failed to impress
the slim gallery. " It was an 8-6,
4-6, 6-1, 6-2 rictory.
Ten Days Jail L
Is P&naltv For :
Wrong License
Ten days in the county jail
was the sentence meted out yes
terday to Charles McEwan ot
Woodburn who pleaded guilty be
fore Justice- ot the Peace Hayden
to drWing an auto with improper
license- plates.-McEwen was ar
rested in Silverton abqut 2 a. na.
Sunday morning, after trying to
elude the arresting officer. . The
latter party fired , a gun at Mc
Ewen before he would stop.
-McEwen is about 20 years 'of
age. The car he drove belonged
to one Wockersbam. - a Silverton
man. The latter party was not
brought Into court . j
""V. :K-l. I .1-
Independent Grid Team is
Announced With Big St
Billed to Show, in Salem
Salem will be represented by an
Independent football team this
fall, and through its activities
many of the outstanding college
football stars of recent years will
be brought here, according to an
announcement made Tuesday by
S. L. Swegle, who will be business
manager of the local team, to be
known as the Oregon Mohawks.
The opening game will be with
the Oregon City Buckaroos here
September 20, followed the next
weekend by a return contest at
the paper city. ' The St. Johns
Bachelors will come a little later
but this date has not- been set
25 (AP) Mrs. George W. Ty
son, Kansaa City, . defending
champion, led the favorites la the
opening; . match play skirmishes
for .the women's western golf
championship over the Kzmoor
country club course.
The champion, shot the best
golf of the fast field today, chip
ping three shots ore par ana
crushing her first round rival
Mary Elisabeth Ford ot Kansas
City, 7 and I.
With exception of Mrs. Gregg
Lufur of Los Angeles, finalist in
1929. all the favorites erowded
into the second round with fairly
easy conquests. Mrs. O. 8. Hill of
IT U N 1
66 D)
. a S 4
pendfng the working out of their
league schedule.
The West Seattle: Athletic club
team will come here November
22. and George Wilson's Everett
Wildcats probably October 18.
Ted- Shipley's Sacramento All
Stars will be played at Sacramen
to November 3.
Swegle declares that plenty of
material is available here for. a
first class team, and that in addi
tion the management hopes to
sign up "Rowdy" Kerr, Jerry
Lillle and Cecil Sherwood, - well
known figures in northwest col
lege football in recent seasons. -
Kansas City, champion in 1929
and medalist for two years, has a
tight struggle tor nine holes and
then defeated Mrs." Lee .Mida.
Chicago, 4 and 3. Mrs. Leona
Pressler of Los Angeles, winner
of the medal ' yesterday with a
pair. 79, crushed Mrs. A. E. Shl
ell, Chicago, 6 and 4 .
Virginia Van WIe. Chicago's
first ranking woman star and
twice a finalist in "the national,
shot shaky golf but emerged vic
torious by a 3 and 2 margin over
Prlscilla Carver, Chicago, while
Bernlce Wall of Oshkosh. Wis.;
sailed in with a .3 and 2 conquest
over Mrs. Melvin Jones, Chicago.
'. Mrs. Lufur a - conqueror today
wan 18 year old Rena Nelson, a
star of the championship Exmoor
-The oddest Juggling of names
In baseball this year was the deal
in which Detroit sent Ooljack. to
Reading for Quellich.
Uk v- . .A tertig. fen
Genuine "BULL" DURHAM Tobacco at 5p marked the entrance of my father,
Percival S. Hill, into the Tobacco business. For 14 years he was President of The
American Tobacco Company
were always subjects of great
us to offer this important saving and service to the American
rmfilic at: tKfa time- ' . """
"See you all at O linger field this
afternoon at 5:15.'
; Looks like a great series in
'Portland .this week with the
' Ducks and the. Seals fighting ,
for top place only look out or
those Oaks will get In there '
ahead tf both of them. The
Stan have been climbing rapid- '
ly of late too. Anything can
. We hear various reports onJ
Jack Dempsey's showing at Port
land. The Under the Dome man
thinks the old man isn't what he
used. to be. Others say they can't
see any difference. Sorry . we
couldn't-go down and settle the
thing and stop all this discussion.
Little Aubrey breaks into
verse this morning, . and we
don't know exactly why. It isn't
This ''Little Aubrey" line ot bunk
Grows more inane each day.'
But don't let Little Aubrey drop
Until we've had our say':
It seems that little Aubrey once
Was playing with a dog;
The muazled beast lay In the yard
Twaa sleeping like a log.
And Little Aubrey's fond mama
Said, "Aubrey's like all babies.
Watch him take the muzsle off,
ha ha!"
She knew that dog had rabies.
(Contributed by L C.)
VJ luJ r n A ivi
The fine quality and popularity of "BuiJ-" JJUictiAivi
pride to him. Therefore, it particularly gratifying to
I iiiiii mi niwmiiifm
Tied with Troeh, 2 Others
At 1 99, Then Smashes
150 Without Miss
- VANDALIA; Ohio, Aug. 25
(AP)- Karl Maust, an automo
bile salesman from Detroit, today
captured the- North Amerl an clay
target championship by' outclass
ing a field of more than 500 in the
feature event of the second-day's
program of the 3 2nd annual grand
American handicap tournament.
Maust replaces. Gus Payne, for
mer Oklahoma City Indian as
the king of amateur shooters on
the North American . continent.
Payne, who won the title for the
last two years, did not defenL.his
crown this year. T
.The Detroit sniper gave one of
the most remarkable exhibitions
of shooting ever witnessed on the
Vandalia traps in a shootoff with
three other men.
The quartet . was tied at the
end of the regulation 200 targets
with 199 each. .They were Frank.
Troeh, Portland. ' Ore; George
Slaughter,. Benton Harbor, Mich.;
Dr. E. L. Botts. Wayerly, Ohio,
and Maust.
Troeh Drops oat V;
At 134th Target
In the 'shootoff Maust- broke
150 straight to give him a score
of '249 out of a possible 350 for
the day. Troeh dropped out on
the 134th target of the shootoff
to take second place; Botts won
third position and Slaughter miss
ed his 50 th clay.
To -18-year old Jeanette Jay of
, V
formerly (Q)
07 onn
Waverly, Iowa, went the North
American women's crown. Miss
Jay, a student at Wartburg col
lege, and Iowa state champion,
annexed her title in i shootoff
wun Mrs. H. E. Grisby ot Okla-
nonw-wiy. in two tlea by shat
tering 191 targets out of a possi
ble 200. In the shootoff Miss Jay
broke 25 straight to Mrs. Gris
by's 24, -the latter missing the
fifteenth clay.
The first shutout of the season
was made yesterday by the 14th
street playground basebiil team
when it beat the Lincoln seniori
by a score of 8 to 0. The Lin-:
coin boys then turned around an4
In a second gam chipped the 14th
street outfit 10 to 1. This, pats
the Lincoln team three games
ahead of their rivals they aver.
The two teams are scheduled to
meet, each other again today and
twice next week, the final games
of the playground season.
were asfollows.
Lincoln 14th Street
Moddy .Is . . . . Mieholson
French Albrith
BerteLson. .... lb. ...... . Hale
Elliott.... ....c .'. Steinke
Stockwell p Beal)
Grabenhorst ...rf. ....... Hobbs
waltz. ....... li. ... .. leaens
King. ....... .rs. ...... Sextos
Mason ........ 3b . McGt
Earl 2 o . L. . Bro wnell
The lineup of the -second gamt
was the same as for the first tx
cept for the batteries. Beal and
Brownell pitched- and Steiale
caught for 14th street. Stockwell
and French pitched and Elliott
caught for Lincoln.
of imported A.
wheat straw cigarette
paper attached to
each sack
- i -