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The OHEGON STATESS1AI?, Salgsy Orc?cn; Friday Horata", .April 15. 1S32
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The Boys Are Peeved
Br HARDIN BURNLEY
Real Moleskin Battle due
-This -Afternoon, ,3:30
.M -On Olinger Field . '
- - Probable- lineups
High School Micks
Coons -Ll :t,E J: Hobbsl
Earl vn ., '."T.t v.- Saunders
Coffey ,,-.ll,';:",.;r LGL...; Drager
Pfftwwol - - f! - MalrwrHon j
Martin , tz Tada1
Moody ,..,...,. ,RT . Schelbner
Doerfler -.nss Burrell
.. McCafferty I
' The "big" 'game between the !
Drobable 1932 Salem high f'var-
sity" and the "Micks," composed i
largely of seniors who will not.be
available next fall and some inex
perienced undergraduates to fill
In, will be played on Olinger field
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock as
the climax to the spring football
grind which Coach Hollis Hunt
ington's men hare bee a-undergo
ing for the last three weeks.
The "Micks" bare been organ-
lsed under, the able coaching of
"Just Call Me Dan" McCarthy,
and have labored on a set of plays
and signals of their own, so that
they will be able to present a real
scoring threat against the regu
lars. . ....
In addition to promising a foot
ball game of real Interest, the
contest, for which a nominal ad
mission fee will be charged, will
be a benefit affair for the finan
cially embarrassed high school
baseball team. -
- - Spring practice,' Coach Hunt
ington feels, has been of great
benefit to the players who in oth
er years, because of Salem high's
late September opening date, have
always been several weeks behind
their rivals in getting down to
business. With the plays for next
year already in mind, the ' boys
will be able to do some individ
ual conditioning work and jump
right into preparation for inter-
- scholastic competition in the fall.
Huntington has found plenty of
' line material on hand - for next
year and possibly one good back-
tield combination, but is worried
about , backf ield reserves.
-suepaouAiDji(5 .'. J 1
MkMC Ms )
- VOWS HE WilT MAKE klM'J
TRMJIMG HIM To THE :e;fcs VyTM
OAPLEy, HARDEST UoeKfMGT cT
' ; ' "
Walks ? Seven,5 Allows" Only
Five Hits but Bunched
-For Four Taffies r-.
Baa 1Y..S- 1
Ba-t .s a ;
Holly. T rl
Fartl'ad S 5
Let A. -. S
8ACRAMENTO, April 14
(AP) Sacramento . took an - odd
game lead over Portland on the
current . aeries by r winning the
third game here today 4 to 1.
The Solons reached Dietrich for
five hits but bunched. them in a
way to make four count tor runs.
Flynn won his own game for Sac
ramento with a single in the
eighth. Dietrich was. wild, walk
ing seven, three of the passes go
ing for runs.
R H . E
Portland S 12 0
Sacramento ......... 4 S 0
Dietrich and Fitzpatrlck ;
Flynn and Woodall.
WILL CONNIE REMODEL AS?
Nelaon is Stingy
OAKLAND, April 14 (AP)
Lynn Nelson allowed but five
scattered hits here today while
the Seattle Indians whitewashed
Oakland 5 to 0.
Fay Thomas, Oakland moands
man, fanned eleven Indians and
gave the tribe six hits but a
lapse In the sixth when he issued
three walks was combined with
loose fielding to give Seattle
three runs without a hit. Ells
worth, Seattle shortstop, knocked
a home run in the first to give
the Indians an early start.
A double header will be played
Saturday to make np for yester
R H E
Seattle S 1
Oakland 0 5 1
Nelson and Cox; Thomas, Hunt
R -,;...;. ,, ,4 V
H. a. uHatHIILL
Red and Black Making Late.;
;; Start; Plays ; Indians. I
That Same Week:
IADLE, HARDHST WofSKAi
HLlJSLEvS IAS HIS LEAGUE LAsY
1SAR, HOPES to UlM 20 SAMK P0'WHirE
S43X-IF OJULy ..lb MAKE LJAL.TPP JOUiiCAAi unrtrp
0 1132, Kiag Fratam Syedlralr. far. (iml Briiaia i
REDS W EARLY
TO BEAT H 5-3
St. L. -1
r. Iu Pet. W.
CINCINNATI. April 14 (AP)
The Reds fell on Dob Smith for
five runs in the first Inning today
and defeated the Chicago Cubs, S
to 3 behind Lucas steady pitch
ing. - : ' - ,
R H B
'Chicago . 3 "8 0
, Cincinnati 5 12 1
Smith, May and Hartnett; Lu
cas and Manion.
iHE paaaing of "Babe" Her
man from the fertile "fields
i of Flatbush to take up new
abode in Cincinnati, came as quite
a shock to the Flatbush Fusfleers
and to Mr. "Babe" himself. Ten
see Ur. Herman figured himself as
sort of a.- fixture In the outer
garden at Ebbets Field and at first
news that he was traded to the
Reds "Babe" thought it was a raz.
But the eonvincer .followed soon
enough and now "Babe" is anxious
If geniuses are expected to be
erratic, then, "Babe" Is one, There
is no denyinar that when he is
"hot" there isn't a greater player
la the majors. But when he is in
a .slump, my I my I Just one of
those players that the fans swear
by and atl
. Tall and ransrv. he is six feet.
four and weighs about 190, the
"Babe" is the picture of non
chalance on the field. He slouches
to and from bis post in right and
when he takes position at the plate
uc - run uuvnca m rnruuir xiraai
(he's a bit sunerstitions) and
takes bis cut at the balL And boy,
the cuts be can take! One day
ne u miss a round novse curve by
a mile, and the very next day hell
wallon the same kind of a ball into
the next county. Hell 'be missed
by the Brooklyn fans, make no mis
take about that.
But seriously, the Drobable rea
son for his trade was that Manacex
Carey did not shine narticulaiiy to
that all left-handed hitting out-
lie Id. Then there was the "Babe's"
big salary. He's getting $16,600 at
Cincinnati and was getting more
Carey figures- that the right-
handed Hack' Wilson can supply
everything that Herman supplied
except possibly, the laughs. But
the "Babe" is mad about being
shipped to the lowly Reds and be
is out to make Mr. Carey sorry.
Then there is another diamond
star who has
He Is the
comparatively young; Irving
pitched for Mr. Walter Johnson at
Washington. He was traded, along
wttn sad sam Jones and iniieider
"Minter" Hayes, to the Chicago
There were rumors out of Wash
ington last season that Hadley, a
capable pttcner, aid not hit it off
so well with Manager Johnson. The
latter Decame so displeased with
Hadley that he used him only in
the role of relief hurler throughout
most oi uw season, uauiey ac
cepted his tasks and performed ad-
mmoiy, oeing racea as one ox the
hardest working moundsman m
the league. He has had a lot of
experience and has a world of
stuff and with proper handling is
likely to turn in twenty or more
victories in any year. And believe,
us, that is just what he will strive!
to do for the White Sox this year,
if only to make Walter Johnson)
Angel Still Losing
LOS ANGELES. April 14
(AP) Launching a seven run
attack In the third Inning the
Hollywood Stars backed up the
five-hit pitching of Myles Thomaa
to capture their third straight
victory over Los Angeles 10 to 1
here today. It was the Angels'
fifth straight defeat
The only ran off Thomas' de
livery resulted in the second
when Gllly Campbell hit his third
homer of the season. The Stars
chased Win Ballon to the show
ers In the third with a splurge
that featured home runs by Al
McNeely and Otie Brannan. Mc
Neely also got two singles to lead
R H E
Los Angeles .1 B t
Hollywood ..10 12 1
Ballon, Sweetland and Camp
bell; Thomas and Bassler.
The first baseball turnout for:
Salem high will be made Monday,
afternoon and the first game will-,
be played .Friday- against the
speedy Chemawa team which baa
been practicing for - almost a
month whenever weather has per-,
: The late start will handicap tfce
team in Its early games, bat moat
of the men have been warming np
already and with a veteran crew
back, the task, of whipping a team
Into shape may not be so hard as
it might be.
Pete McCaffery will be back
again to catch and Perrine will be
back to oceupy the mound. Big
Jack Bowden will also be on hand
to do some chucking and to hold
down the first baseman's Job at
Perrine knows the first base
man's job and also Johnny Kelly
and "Spec" Delaney are capable
of working fa that position.
Little Dan McCarthy Is back
again to play second base, Nichol
son, Ramp and Elliott for short,
and Mason for third base.
Speculation Is rife ia baseball circle as to the fate of the Philadelphia Ramp, Nicholson and DeJardin,
Athletics in 1B32. Experts and fans are asking themselves whether the outfield for the Marion county
the master of strategy, Connie Mack, win rely en the great ma- Legion team last year, will all be
chine that won three American League pennants In a row, or available for the outfield if the
whether he'll dismantle it and introduce new blood. It la generally coach decides to put them there,
conceded that if Connie makes any changes in the team the four and there will also be Van Cleave
- players above will be involved. Bob McXair (top, center), a rook- and Scheibner.
ie third baseman, may replace the veteran Jimmy Dyke (left) ia ' Though a late start is being
that position. McXair has shown great form daring training at St. made, a heavy schedule will be
Petersburg. Another possibility Is the substitution of Ed Coleman played, including games with the
" (lower, center), who is also shining brilliantly la training, for Blag Rooks and the Frosh as well as a
Miner (right) in right field. However, Connie Mack's intentions number of games with valley high
will nave to remain a matter or conjecture txnui uie season opens, scnoois.
No team In history has ever won 4 straight pennants, but Connie
has a knack of shattering precedent.
Indians Play Speedy Ball
But Bearcats Beat Them
4 to 3 in Practice Game
CHEMAWA. April 14. The I
Chemawa Indian baseball team
give promise of being a winning
club this season, Judging from the
; showing made against the Wil
lamette university team in a prac
tice game hern today.
The other two runs were made by
the Redmen in the fourth and
fifth Innings, the last while Paul
Vlvette made a good showing
against the collegiate batamen as
did Surgese. who also nltehed.
At the end of six Innings the The two allowed only six hit.
Cards Lack Rally
ST; LOUIS, April 14 (AP)
Falling to repeat with a rally in
: the ninth that won for them yes
terday St Louis dropped its first
' game of the season 4 to 5 to
Pittsburgh ; today. The Pirates
broke a tie In the ninth for vic-
- - . ' R H E
v Pittsburgh 5 18
St. Louis . 4 .1 1
Harris and Grace; Derringer
and Wilson.' '
TIGHT WIOUNQ DUEL
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. Boston at Brooklyn, postponed,
Philadelphia at New : York,
CHICAGO, April 14. (AP)
Sammy Gray beat Tie Frasler in
a fine pitching duel today to give
the St. Louis Browns their first
victory In three starts from the
White Sox, S to 9. Gray gave the
Sox but five hits.
R H E
SL Louis ... ...... ..3 7 0
Chicago ......... ...0 I 1
Gray and Ferreii; Frailer,- ra-
ber and Grnbe,
Parrish Junior high's" baseball
team win play Hubbard .today on
the tatter's field in-oae of, the
Marlon county B league games.':
Hubbard Is strong this season,
having defeated ; Gervals which
won the Marion county title last
..year. - : r ' '
Coach Harold Hauk haa been
working his men hard and now
has perhaps a stronger team than
he had last spring. The battery for
Parrish today "will - probably be
Verne DeJardin catcher and Len
ard Fatst pitcher. ... ',
The locals are hitting fairly weU
" and the Infield I working nicely.
Are Ready' For
Members of the .-Salem T. M.
C A. volleyball team have been
training In earnest, limiting their
diet f and - watching their sleep,
Robert Boardman, TM.; physical
director ' reports. The i annual
northwest volleyball: tournament
is to be here this weekend, Sa
lem, last year's- champion, acting
aa host."- - - ; " - :'
The preliminary games will be
played Saturday afternoon on the
Willamette gymnasium floor; the
semi-finals and finals will :- be
played Saturday night " at the T.
M. C. A, Cities represented will
be Tacoma,- Seattle,- Vancouver,
p. p. Portland and Salem, '
M'ffntt Molds Indians
' "DETROIT. Aprtt 14-(AP)i
Whitiow Wyatt held Cleveland to
lour , hiu today ana ine Tigers
won a close game, S to 1 Charley
Gehrinrer hit a homer for Detroit.
Cleveland .......... 1 '"'''4
Detroit ..t 7
Hudlln and Sewell; Wyatt and
RueL: ... .
New York' at PhiladelpMa, post
poned, cold. - u
Washington at Boston, post
Kings Valley .
To Airlie Nine
If this weather keep on,
life guards will be regnlar
members of every golf coarse
staff, with life boat kept ready
at all time to dash oat lata
the smrf and reaeaa the drowa
iag. The boy at the Salem
Golf dob did something of
that kind Wednesday when
big storm came ap aad caaght
a lot of dlvoteers out oa the
Nevertheless golf is having a
big boom right now at both of
the local courses; land now coma
the zElk with- their' tournament
which will open. Saturday. "BUI1
who .want to get in are asked to
turn in an 18-bole score car at
either, the. Sal em r the manee
clubhouse. - ' Championship, first
and . second : flights will be ar
ranged.;. 1 f-'-
Matches may be played oa
either coarse, and aaembers of
oao dab aaay play on the other
withoat f ee ia the towraameaC
It was erroneoaaly reported
' aoasewhere that this coartesy
extended by the management
' ' wonld also include players who
; are members of neither dab. . .
00 lEIiillS IS OUT
Bell Infield Sieve
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 14
(AP) The Missions infield
cracked wide open in the eighth
Inning here tonight - and booted'
the Seals home to a four-to-two
Coming into the eighth with
the score tied, the Seals shoved
over two runs without bitting a
ball out of the infield. Three Mis
sion errors accounted for the
winning runs. .
The Missions threatened in the
sixth Inning but, with possible
runs on second and third, Jimmy
Zlnn, Seals hurler, fanned three
in a row.
Missions S 4
Seals 4 7 t
Cole and Hofmann; Zlnn and
Bearcats led only 4 to 3, at which
time the game was called because
it was getting late.
Coach Lavelle's men earned a
run off Peterson, in the first in
ning when Meachem hit safely
and scored on Kalama's bingle.
teams entered. The Tournament
will run through Saturday and
niahee Country dnb'a Interdub
golf schedule win open May 1
when the local team goea to Ore
gon City, one bt Its toughest op
ponents last year. Other match ea
scheduled so far are:
May 22 SUverton at niahee.
Jan 12 niahee at Albany.
June 1 Tillamook at niahee.
July 10 Illahee at SUverton.
Aug. 21 Illahee at Tillamook.
Aug. 28 Oregon Citv at nia
Albany at niahee, data uncer
AIRUE. Anril 14 Tha Airlie
high school baseball nine won its
zirst practice game here Tuesday
afternoon from Kings Valley high
team 21 to 7. : ..
Tha .. first Inning gave Kings
Valley tha lead 1 to 2 but from
then, on 'Airlie rapidly took the
lead and allowed their opponents
only to score two more runs. The
lineups lndnded . for Airlie: L,
McAlpine C, Herron . P,' Al Bose
IB, Toedtemier 2B, L. McKib
ben 2B, N. Brown short. A. Bose
LF, t WUeomp CF, .Whitaker RF,
uickey sub and Davis sub. The
Kings Valley lineup included H.
Bennet C K. Bennet P, Gerrard
IB, M. Oilman 2B. Woods ?B, D.
Oilman' short, -c. Fogg LF, "D
Woods CF, T.' Woods RF. Um
pire J. F, Cooper.
. - Last 5 year this tournament
I drew 4 entries. Walt Cllne won
tha championship with Glen Len
gren - runner-up, Chester Cox.,
Charles Hudklns -and Carl Arm
strong winning the first, : second
and third flights respectively.
DALLAS, AprU 14. A change
in the Polk county tennia sched
ule was made necessary by the
declaration of Perrydal high
school that it planned to enter
team In both the boys' and girls'
division. The new schedule as an
nounced this week is:
Boys April 21, Bethel at Mon
mouth and Perrydala at Dallas:
AprU 28, Monmouth at Dallas and
Independence at setnei; May a,
Dallas at Bethel and Independence
at Perrydale; May 12, Perrydala
at Monmouth and Dallaa at Inde
pendence; May It, Bethel at Per
rydale and Monmouth at Indepen
A match ot five singles and two
doubles haa teen scheduled for
the bora team on May 14 with
Girls April 20, Monmouth at
Bethel- and Dallaa at Perrydala;
April 27, Dallas at Monmouth and
Bethel at Independence; nay
Bethel at Dallas and Perrydale at
Independence; May 11, Monmouth
at Perrydala and independence at
Dallas: Mar 18. Perrydale at Bern
el and Independence at Monmouth.
In Cascade Has
Cribble and Peterson each rot
two hits for Willamette. Several
prospective hits were headed off
by Bobb who played a great game
at third base for the Indians. Mc-
uann and Woodyard were the oth
er Willamette players who rot
The Chemawa Infield worked
well for so early in the season and
plenty of pitching nower Is on
Play wm begin Friday after- I1"1 for tne "J ahead. ; A re-
noon at 2:30 o'clock. Six games " WUI M Pyed, with
will be played the first day. WIirlame"e n?xt I
Teams entered from outside ,.NeJLt Tuesday Chemawa tackles
r ttn,A. r.,w n km the Woodburn Bulldors whA fciv
Infantry, of Salem; Medical de-1 ft"" uimg at oaseoaii tnis i mumj tuni luesuay ai-
tachment. 249th Coast Artillery, game against wood- I wim uie remit mat the
Salem; Company L, 162d Infan- f1""" w oe a tnriiier and ai"'cuca wwa s to a over the
try, Dallas; Company A, lC2d In- al,8 Qother tough game is ched- Cardinals. McMUlan, pitching for
fantry, McMinnvUle; Company G. u1 for next week- I Athletics, struck out eight
18th Infantry, Pendleton, and W1" 09 againsi eaiem j wmea uve wnuo his
Company I, 186th Infantry, For- " naay ot next week. The twpponent, crown, struck out six
est Grove. w"n saiem last spring I waicea six ana hit one man.
were an nam iought and this sea- I Auueuc gathered 14 hit for
son's games give promise of ; being J ight runs and made six errors
yucning- oatues. I wane mm warainaia were aittlnr
The Chemawa linenn fuel nAikA 1 12 times for five rum an A tntVlnv
w.neni catcner, viretta and I CJ"i errors.
Surgese pitchers. Hail first; Kal-
ama secona. Miller short,! Bobb
DALLAS, April 14 Two team.
picked from the prospective base-
oau players at Dallaa high played
TEAMS VJ1LL PLAY
TETffillS UH WHY
MONMOUTH. Anrn 14 Man's
tennis at the Oregon Normal
school got under way this week,
third, Jim left field. Alexander BaSeha1I Af
center field and Hall rLrhtifUM lf,c?U IflCCL
To be Tonight
field and Hall rirht'tialil.
The Willamette linenn I v
MeCann catcher. Peterson nf
Paul pitchers, Eggleson ! first,
Woodyard second, Gibson abort.
w. '. .
. i.... vAM.Aavw niuiriAny ..v.w. . . . -
ucw wauiu.Ln. rv..-... ..... i
oTrai suosuiuies saw action
for eaeh side.
Several of the Mid-Willamette
Baseball association teame will
Last season tha Normal won tha
Willamette valley championship.
nnettea nnM Rnndav. rln-lbnt with many lettermen gone the
dpally with teams In other dlvl-1 squad will have to depend heavUy
slons of tha same league. on new material. Lauren Bud,
Tha Salem Plratea will play John Foster, law Bonng ana mu
Turner Athletic dub at Turner l Dodda nave eacn naa somw prw-
anii nnithard will ro to Grand ItIous exDerlenc. and seem to hare
a favorable enaace zor posiuens.
First round matches scheduled
for tha elimination tournament
are: Rnhkoia,.nye; ikkios vs. jso
wards; Wilson vs. Ness; Fetters
vs. Boring r Buel vs. Foster;
Clarke vs. O'Brien; E. Johnson vs.
Tompkins; Sweeney y, HolU
. , v. its
CoUUl luuuet Cobmit t Ckt
Mfo, ia vtm BUto ( IlliMia. M ka
meeting of team representatives
at tha Y. M. C A. at 7:10 o'clock
tonight. At this time. If U U de
cided to hare such a league, a
game schedule will be drawn ap.
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CMtiavatal CacMltr Owm mt Bam
aMaa, la At Sut at lactam. a U
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Prizes this year win iaclade
trophy given; fcby i Hartmaa
Bros plaque v by f BarneUX
sweater by Bishop's, 'golf dab
by Salem Laundry and Cadwdl
Parker, belt and buckle set
by the Man' Shop . '
' The fair golfers are also per
forming regularly. dies day is
today .at both clubs. W nnder
sUnd the women ot tho Salem
dub are in the midst of a tour
nament for the trophy pat up by
Mrs. Kay, and there will la. be
prises for today' play. Competi
tion atarta-at.'t a. xof?'
Tarn oat aad give the high
' school baseball team a hand to
day by aUeading tha f ootball
. WOODBTJRN. April 14 A
strong Uneap for Woodburn's
team entered In tha Cascade
leaana haa been organised, accord-
Ing to reports. Pete DeGulre, who
is guiding the destinies - or tne
junior American Legion basebaU
team here, la also coach for tha
Cascade league team, which plays
its first game ' Sunday afternoon
at Dayton. - - ' - 4. -,.
"Barney" Kaufman and Schwab
wllUprobably make np the bal-
lery. with DeGulre, whoriii play
a field. position, as rener nuxier.
Other players lined up re Harry
Sim,i Manning, Ray Carothers.
WaKei Bomhoff. . Win ton - Hunt,
MureLNehl and Pete BrasseL' f-.
: GERVAI3, April 14. The Ger-,
vtis . Baseball ciab . wtu travel to
Sublimity Sunday for a practice
game with tha . Sublimity . team.
which la la Division 1 of tha Mld-
Willamett league.. Gervals la en-
rolled la Division S. . . -
Player signed up with Gervals
are Hanley Oddle, Lloyd Seely,
Henry Eder, Cletus ChapeUe, Matt
Mochd, Ruasd Toder, Lawrence
Bussee, Lester DeJardin,- Leland
DeJardin. Don Vinton. Alfred
Bowley and Charles NafUger.
Meat . Cutters,
The Meat Cutters defeated tha
Poaiofllca nine, 11 to t yesterday
afternoon at tha Willamette field
in another practice round of the
kitten ban league. Tha Wranglers
snowed under the Western . Con-
Voie oh Bohus
May be Forced
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WASHINGTON. April 14
(AP) Advocates of cashing lha
12.400.000,000 soldiers bonus In
new currency have agreed upon
aa effort to force a house vote de
spite the federa ireserva board's
This decision was reached by
the unofficial congressional com
mittee oa tha bonus movement af
ter a conference with federal re
serve official. ; Representative
Patman (D. Texas), one ot tha
group dalmed ample support to 1
obtain a house vote through a dis-
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Meat Cutters: O'Nea and Pnee tor I houses.
tha Postofflee. For the Wranglers
the battery was Baeburg and Har-
berger; for the Converting com
peny, Kitchen and Sanford.
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: aad paring your dime at ' the
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poaed antn April S3.
Hoopers to Vie
Dore Must Wait, ,
Says High Court
OLYMPIA. Wash-- Anr. 14
(AP) The state supreme court
yesterday affirmed a King county
i : 7rv TriiiM rriAn i eonTt d ci8,0 dismissing Mayor
t In 1 0 12173712 eit I elect John F. Dore's proceedings
v - to oust Mayor Robert' H. HarUn
PORTLAND. April 14. (AP) I from, ottlc before. June 1 1 at
Tha first annual region national I which' time Dora normally would
guard state basketball tournament I take . over tha city's axecutlva
wm begin here tomorrow with II -post; .: " 4
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