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W-Tfo QftECON STATESMAN. SaTcni; OrejrortSunday Morning May 15. 1932
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M Over Meet Week Previous
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BaSnOrS men Working Hard broken her Saturday as Pacific
university won the dual track
And Successful Season
1 Seen; Game at 2:30
The Salem Senators -will open
their home baseball season today
at 2:30 cn dinger field against
Coach Ray Brooks' Multnomah
clowns of Portland.'
."Squeak" Wilson will be on the
mound for the Senators at the
start of the contest and Shirley
Brown former Benson Tech. hurl
f will rtltoli fn T? w TCrvnVa
Manager Frank "Burly" Bash'
or, who caught Wilson all last
season while the pair were play
lng for Hills', stated Saturday
that "Squeak" is much speedier
than he was last year.' Wilson is
also perfecting his curve ball
which was only slight last year,
and Is also showing a nice change
Wilson and Harvey, who form
the Senator's pitching stronghold,
hare worked out four times dur
ing the past week and have mixed
track work In with the throwing
to get into the proper condition
The other players hare been
working out hard and Bashor is
well pleased with the fire and
pepper the players are showing.
Ashby at shortstop is going like
a million and Adams on first sack
adds a lot of class to the Infield
Kitchen Is holding down sec
ond and: also makes a good lead-
off man for the batting order
Coleman Rogers Is covering third
base and his hitting has placed
him in the list as cle&n-up man
Team Hitting Well
For Early Season
Bashor will hold Wilson at the
start of the game and his heavy
hitting will be a big help. There
were no stolen bases on Bashor
at Eugene last Sunday. Chuck
Wirth Started to second once, but
was cut off so far that he
turned around and went back to
The Senators looked good in
their first game and It was just
a couple of early season bobbles
... which brought on the 4 to 3 do
feat by the Townies. Scales, Ash
by, Rogers, Adams, Colgan and
Kendall all hit In that game.
Ray Brooks, noted coach of the
Winged M club in roruano.
states that the team he is bring
lng here today will give the Sen
ators a good rub. Shirley Brown
is a crack right hander and his
team mates are a group of heavy
stickers who have been playing
together for considerable time.
The hitting order of the Sena
tors will be as follows: Kitchen
2b. Scales cf. Ashby ss. Rogers
3b. Adams lb. Bashor c, Colgan
' It. Foreman or Kendall rf, and
Wilson p. Kendall is also reserve
catcher and Harvey can either
pitch or play outfield. Colgan Is
a utility infielder.
This season the Senators will
inaugurate reduced prices for all
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meet from Willamette university
by a 7ff to 65 score.
Killits of Pacific nulled a sur
prise when he took the 100 yard
dash In 10.2 and then the 220 in
23.2. He also placed second In
both hurdle events to make a
high point total for the day of 16
The Willamette relay team came
through for a win in the final
event of the meet, surprising
Coach Eldon Jenne of Pacific
"Weenie" Kaiser gave the Bear
cats a 10 yard lead In the race
nd the other men kept It at the
end of each lap until the finish.
The biggest upset of the day
There's going to be a big
state tournament in Salem this
week and we'll bet a lot of yon
sport fans don't know it. It s
the state high school golf tour
nament, with something like
64 players entered. And don't
be fooled; this is no dub affair
with the scores running np Into
three figures. "These boys play
right down around par, and
when they play against the av
erage business nuu golfer, they
have to give away a stroke a
hole to make it interesting.
This tourney win be held on
the Salem Golf club course Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, with
medal qualifying play Thursday
afternoon at 1 o'clock and match
play two full days starting Friday
morning on an elimination basis
with a consolation round tor the
first round losers.
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The Salem high team inci
dentally, has a good chance to
win. It lost in the Willamette
Valley league semi-finals to En
gene, but while the local boys
made no alibis, they had just
returned from a three-day grind
of golfing and traveling and
were not at their best.
. Eugene high Saturday won the
league championship, defeating
Parkrose 7 to 4 on the Salem
club course. Wood and Leal of
Eugene and Hull of Parkrose tied
for low score at 74 two over
par. Both of these teams will be I
In the state tournament aiong
with University high, Albany, Sll-
verton, Woodburn, West Linn,
Oregon City and probaoir otners.
The Salem team came oat on
top In a four-way match at
Oregon City Saturday,; defeat
ing Silverton 12 to Ot Oregon
City 11 to 1, West linn OH to
2. For Salem Groves won
OH points, Vincent 9, Utter 9
and Cline 8. Utter was low
medalist of the day with 74.
Groves of Salem and Wanaken
of West Linn were close behind
Chemawa Indian school also
has an Andr Peterson to yell tor.
hnt ha hasn't yet progressed to
th nolnt where he rivals Wil
lamette's Andy. He's a substitute
numelrtfir on the Indian school
was In the 220 yard low hurdles
when James trailed Killits and
Bruce on the final barrier and
spurted to carry Willamette's col
ors across the tape In first place.
Willamette took six firsts while
Pacific carried away nine. Some
of the better marks made were
10.2 In the 100. 1S.2 In the high
hurdles. 23.2 in the 220. 10:4C
In the two mile, 4 IT' in the shot
put and ISO'S" in the javelin.
George Cannady was apparent
ly off form in the meet and did
not place in either event in whicn
Three Willamette men are un
defeated in their events thus far
this season. These are Erwin
Lange who has won the two mile
in all three meets, James who has
taken the 220 yard low hurdles
each time and Jim Fantz who has
won the discus three times
straight running. The Willamette
relay team has not yet been de
feated. Cooke might well be with
that group, but after winning the
mile twice before, he slowed down
Saturday to let Mealey win.
One mile Mealey, W; Cooke,
W; Metcalfe. P. 4:51.
440 Corrlgan, P; Smith, P;
Walters, P; 55.
100 Killits, P; James, W; Fa
ber, W; 10:2.
High hurdles Bruce, P; Kil
lits, P; Hummel, P; IS. 6.
880 Kaiser, W; McCullough,
W; Barnett, W; 2:8.8.
220 Killits, P; Faber, W;
Campbell, P; 25.2.
Two mile Lange, W; Dumas,
W; McKenzle, W; 10:46.
Low hurdles James, W; Kil
lits. P; Bruce, P; 26.8.
Pole vault Jackson, P; Carey,
P; Connor, P; tied for first. 10
High jump Ellingwood, P;
Bruce, P; Connor, P; 5'7".
Shot put Critchtield, P; Mat
tier, P; Connors. W; 41'2".
Javelin Mattler, P; Heldobler
P; Doescher. W; 15'6".
Discus Fants, W; Connors,
W: Mattler, P; 116'54".
Broad Jump Connor, P; Sher
wood. W; and Mattler, P; tied for
second and third. 20'9".
Mile Relay Won by Kaiser,
McCullough, Bishop and Faber,
Score 6-3; Perrine as Good
As Vivette but Support -Lacking
Has-Beens Show They are
Still Ball Players But
Lose to High School 7-5
Timely hitting coupled with
some choice "breaks' enabled the
Chemawa Indian school baseball
team to defeat 8alem Ugh t to
S on the Indians diamond Satur
day afternoon, despite the fact
that Johnny Perrine, Salem high
moundsman, looked rally as ef
fective as his junior ball pitching
mate of last year, Leonard viv
ette. In view of th Indians' no
taries over two college teams this
season, the outcome was not dis
heartening to supporters of the
red and black.
Coach Hollis Huntington's slim
youngsters pounded Vivette tor
11 safe blows, considerably bet
ter than the collegians have done.
but Vivette was able to bear down
in the pinches and his high fast
one had the boys "biting.'
Four of Chemawa's runs were
technically earned . but better
judgment on the part of Perrine'
supporting cast would hare pro
vided him with a shutout Vlv
ette's hit In the first Inning bounc
ed over a fielder's head for a
home run, and in the eighth the
Indians scored four runs when an
infielder's throw to the right base
would have retired the side. The
other two runs were scored in the
fourth on an infield error and
Elliott, rookie second Backer,
was Salem's hitting star with
three eafe blows. In the second
Inning he drove In a run but bis
other hits were wasted McCaf
fery. Mason and VanCleave hit in
succession for the two runs scored
In the ninth after two were out.
WOODBURN. May 14 Wood-
burn's "has-beens', who played
the Woodburn high school team
at the city park Friday afternoon.
proved that they still have plenty
of fire. The high school boys won.
the score being T to S. The busi
ness men's team this year consist
ed . of more baeball players and
fewer clowns than last year; how
ever, there was plenty of comedy.
Clyde, "Sap" Whitman, showed
np well tor the business men,
fielding well, as well as chalking
np two runs. The high school
boys made the first score In the
second frame, when Landsem tal
lied on L. Koch's right field hit.
la the fourth Inning Whitman
came home on a hit poled out by
R easier. Dr. Gerald Smith, who
was nmprlng bases, and lnclden- Boyle, 3b
tauy cutting on me view ox cen- t cviiier ss
ler ueia xor a numoer ot casn
customers, was booed roundly on
one ot his original decisions,
handed out la the fourth inning.
But Dr. Smith maintained that
the business men must win some
The fifth wss a big Inning for
the high school, Boyle, Ottoway,
Perry Landsem and Sklller scor
ing. Halter put another run on
the board for the school In the
sixth. Pete Braasell, who should
know better, overran second base
and was tagged out. 8 killer
scored again in the seventh, this
time when Wisenberg, the "has
beens'" pitcher, failed to throw
la the general direction ot home
plate, letting In the man perched
on third base. A new high school
battery took the field In the
eighth. Hoppy Haines, Lake La
bish onion magnate, who was
playing first for the townies.
missed a bad peg. so Schwab went
to second, only to be tagged and
called out by Dr. Smith when he
The business men rallied In the
ninth, making four runs. Whit
man eame in on a bad throw to
second by Oearln. Pete DeOulre
poled oat a long hit, scoring Bass
ler and Brassell. Then Harley
Hughes hit a long one Into left
field, bringing in DeGulre.
Probably a good item for the
current "Believe It or Not" eon-
test is the fact that the business
men made only one error. They
also made five hits. The high
school boys made 12 hits
Ramp, ss . . .
Mason. Sb . .
Schelbner, rt 2
Maerz, rf 4 2
Pearson, cf 4
Elliott. b 4
Pickens, lb 4
Perrine. p 4
Whitman, 2 b
Baillie, lb -Otjen.
Umpires, Bomhoft and Smith.
Milt Scherplng, candidate for
state treasurer, threw the first
P. Landsem, rf
L. Landsem, p
L. Koch, If
G. Koch, rt
CD1ES I DAY
Bearcats Only Undefeated
N. W. Conference Team;
Tough Tilts Loom
on Friday and Saturday were cal
culated to wake np the unelders.
Though the Bearcats are still
undefeated, the hardest contests
are still ahead. Should Willamette
win In the west section, the
games, with Whitman would be
played at Walla Walla again this
season because baseball crowds
here would not pay the Mission
aries' expenses to Salem.
The Willamette university base
ball team, undefeated In its four
conference starts ct the Season,
will meet Untield college en OW
Inger field Monday afternoon at
3: SO for a return game.
Andr Peterson will pitch for
Willamette against his home town
cronies. In the first game against
the Wildcats. Coach "Spec
Keene's team won S to 2 with
Peterson permitting only three
With the start ot conference
play, a number of the Bearcats
saw their batting averages take
SCEO Kill F0H
Jefferson at 8do.
Stayton at Lebanon.
Turner at Brownsville.
t Kortb Divlsloa
Woodburn at Newberg.
Amity at MU AngeL
Brooks at Dayton. w
The Sclo ball team has
strengthened Its lineup la the
knOM nf ininnlnr th winning
a decided slump, while in one orlgtreak enjoyed this season by the.
iwo cae mey uuiiiiwi.i J&ffran town team tn the South
Chemawa AB R H
Meachem, . . . i 4 2 1
Franklin, lb 2 1 1
Palmer, cf 3 1
Spencer, cf-lb 3 1 1
Vivette. p 4 1 2
Kalama, 2b 4 0 1
F. Miller, rf .... .....4 0 1
W. Miller, ss ........ 4 0 2
Ixall. If ; . 2 0 0
Peterson. If 2 0 0
Bobb. 3b 3 1 2
Totals ,. 35 6 12 'o-
BELL FIELD. Corvallls, May
14. (AP) A decisive bnt sud
den victory was scored by the
Washington State college track
team when it downed the Oregon
State Beavers, 71 to 60, la a dual
track meet on Bell field.
Only in the last few events did
the visitors cinch the winning
points, and at the end of the
first seven, Oregon State was
leading 37 te 26.
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On the whole the team la not
hitting as hard as It did during
the last conference season, bnt
part ot this Is due to the better
class of pitching which Is being
Willamette is the only north
west confereace school still unde
feated in baseball. Whitman has
dropped one to College of Idaho
and won its other games from
the Coyotes. The Bearcats hare
won from Albany, Lintield and
College of Paget Boundand they
hare not yet faced Paclfie unl
The Bearcats will not only be
striving to win from Llafield
Monday, but will also be seeking
to establish an all-time record for
conference play in baseball. Dur
ing the past two seasons Wlllem
ette has lost only one conference
game and Is still undefeated this
season with the west section of
play half over.
Albany Pirates to
Come Here Tuesday
Tuesday the Bearcats will meet
the Albany college Pirates here
and George Erickson. who shut
them out 6 to 0 at Albany, win
again oppose them.
Coach Keene stated that his
men were hustling in the pair ot
Tacoma gamer, but were not en
tirely heads np and a number of
errors and mlsplays resulted. An
hour and a halt of Infield prac
sectloa of the Cascade league.
8 tar ton and Lebanon will
probably have a tight game in the
strawberry city, while Turner
will travel to Brownsville.
In the north division Wood-
burn is going strong, but will
meet a tough foe in Newberg to
day. Amity received a bad set
back when Dobla Woods injured
his arm aad as a consequence
will not be able to pitch any
more this season.
In Zone Finals
NEW ORLEANS, May 14
(AP) The United SUtes Davis
cup tennis team entered the finals,
of the North American zone today
by winning its third straight
match from Mexico.
John Van Ryn and Wilmer Al
lison defeated Rleardo Zapla ant
Alfonso Gnda. 6 1, 6 2. 3 9i
7. In a doubles match filled
with the sparkling plsy of the
HAVANA. May 14 (API-
Australia eliminated Cuba froaa
further Davis cap tennis play to
day and gained a place In the
North Amrlen ca n flnala
tlce last Thursday and holidays 1 against the United SUtes.
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nn-rtr. TThi hlftw no in the
eighth today lsslng three walks
..j hit to rive Washlng-
ton a six to our victory over De--Mt
ff rf onlv five safe singles.
"Washington 6 5 o
Uhle, Hogsett and Ruel; Brown,
Burke, Marberry and Berg.
Grove Blanks Browns
PHILADELPHIA. May 14
(AP) Lefty Grove shut out St.
Louis today to help give the Ath
letics a J to 0 victory. Two ot the
A's runs were homers by Cochrane
and Foxx. It was Grove's second
shutout of the season.
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George Pipgrasa blanked the Chi
cago White Sox with four hits to
day while the Yanks broke p a
. mound duel by rapping Sam
Jones for four runs in the sev
enth and won six to nothing. Earle
Combs hit a home run in the first.
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New York 1
BOSTON, May 14 (AP)
Cleveland defeated the Red Sox
6 to 0 today. Clint Brown pitched
four hit ball for the Indians.
Cleveland ....6 11 0
TtAflnn ...... . . ...... 0 ' ' 4 1
Brown and Sewell; MacFayden,
Welland, Michaels ana. Tate.
COUGARS ' BEAT IDAHO
PULLMAN, Wash., May 14
' -(AP) By making every hit
count, Washington State college
defeated the University of Idaho
4 to 3 here today to remain at the
top of the northern division base
ball conference neap. . , .a -.
RPCKANF5. Wash.. Mar 14
(AP) Michael Pecarovlch sign
ed a new three year contract as
: head football coach at Gonzaga
university today and was given an
option for fire additional years.
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Monmouth. Mav 14 The sen
iors dominated the sports events
tinrmni Rchool Mar day fes
tivities here today winning from
the Juniors by a score oi i to
The seniors won the following
events: Men's singles tennis:
match, men's playground oase
hn women' nlaveround base
ball, men's volleyball, women s
volleyball, also the Morris aance
by the women.
Th& innior fttnareed victors m
tii rni trld the horseshoe
pitching contest, archery. Mayj
nni windinc and the original
drill, the latter a unWue soldier
and cavalry act: au me amiouc
r.nfi wms snnervfeed by Miss
t.nr J Tavior. head ot the wo
men's physical education depart-
meaL - .
Thik attorn oon was featured by I
a baseball game between Albany
college and the Oregon normal j
.ofcnni which Albany won 7-4.
Th e-ama was loosely played both
sides scoring-runs on numerous!
errors. Albany score two runs in
(h tirm .innintr after two men
were out and two strikes called
on the third.' Cropp, third sacxer
for Albany was the mamauai
t nf th cam, knocking out a
home ran with the bases loaded,
also getting two triples. O. w. .
scored la .the first, lonrtn ana
fifth Innings. iw
Batteries were, for Albany,
McKenxie, Englebretsen, Harp,
for O. N. S., Elder and McClain.
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BALTIMORE. MdL. May 14.
APi Burxoo King, a royauy
bred son of the Bluegrasj. moved
Into the select . circle of great
thoroughbreds as he capped -- his :
Kentuekv Tictorv with a driving
triumph In the 4 2d running of
the Preakness at Pimiica toaay.
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