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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Mornlnsr, May 26, 1932
Mace Meel Qu
Speedy Horses and Special
Features are Offered
"The. first horserace meet to be
held . in , Salem for many years,
other than in connection with the
state fair,, will open at the fair
grounds track this afternoon at 1
o'clock Pevotees of this sport,
who hare hoped perennially for
Its; revival here, are expected to
patronise the events in great
numbers, for some of the fastest
horses available in the west are
on hand and good races are as
sured.. The meet will continue
Friday and Saturday.
Today's program follows:
First event: Mixed trot or pace
2:11 class: Entries Alia Mack,
Maxine Bingen, Llnnie Olive D.,
Northern Gale, Cinco Girl.
Second event: Running H
mile, .colts and fillies: Entries
Little Elmer, Pattison, Liberty
Belle. Marie Ashton. Bird Ashton.
Third event: Welty's show
horses In pairs.
Fourth event: Mixed pace or
trot 2:18 class: Entries Linnie
Olive D.. Maxine Bingen. Cinco
Girl. Alta Mack, Northern Gale.
Fifth event: Running H mile,
four year olds and up: Entries
Ruth's Babe. Miss Cap. Saucv
Ofrl. Nugget Nell. Little Gimili."
Sixth event: John W. Zumstln
Seventh event: Mix pace or
trot: Entries Northern Gale,
Maxine Bingen, Linnie Olive D..
Cinco Girl, Alta Mack.
Eighth Bjrent: Running
mile, all ages: Entries Rlpfield.
Fincastle, Ineubite, Ethyl F., Air
Float, On the Job.
Ninth event: Welty showing
Red Comet in Jumps.
Notable Display of
John W. Zumstin with his
"wonder horse" Colee presentsan
unusual exhibition of thrilling
horsemanship while Welty's show
horses which have wintered at the
fairgrounds will figure In addi
tional special events the remain
ing days of the race meet.
Alimin.finn , ,v.
harness norfnrm.r. W-M, ...m I
w!ii , nmnA ,
will be completed when the con
tenders pass-, under the finish
- Within the past week the track
has been put in excellent condi
tion and some fast marks are ex
pected to be hung up.
The meet Is under the general
supervision of Max Gehlhar, di
rector of the state department of
agriculture in his capacity as
manager of the state fair, and
one of Its purposes is to raise
money to reduce the state fair
deficit and pay for the mainten
ance and upkeep of the fair
grounds and buildings.
' J. J. Hamilton will be the pre
siding Judge., E. A. Lytle super
intendent of speed and paddock
Judge, J. K. Greer starter, Romeo
Gouley head timer and L. A.
' Schedule for the Salem high
1 school seniors for the days be
fore commencement, was given
out yesterday. It is as follows:
Sunday Baccalaureate serv
ices, Presbyterian church, 7:30
p. -in., seniors assembling at high
school at 7 p. m. to march to the
Tuesday Seniors practice In
gymnasium at 3:10 p.- m.
Wednesday Seniors picnic at
Hazel. Green, leaving high school
. in buses at 2:30 p. m.
- Thursday Seniors assemble at
high school at 9:30 a. m., and
inarch to Elslnore theatre for
. Friday Commencement ex
. ercises at Elslnore at 10 a. m.
, Seniors assemble at Capitol thea
tre at. f:15. Junior-Senior prom
a M t viv -.1 ,
slum. Y '
For Homecoming of
' Brush College Club
BRUSH COLLEGE, May 25.
The Brush College community
clnb will hold its annual home
coming picnic In the picnic
grounds Saturday, June- 4, with
all friends invited. The following
committees have been appointed:
Reception. Mrs. John Krh In ti
ler. Mrs. Fred Oleson, Mrs; Cora
walling and U. J. Lehman; din
ner, Brush College Helpers; traf
fic, jrranK Klvlt, Fred Oleson and
Mrs. Charles Glass: stand F p
Ewlng, Clifford c Smith and Burl
mi-... ... ri -
ram .wanae anA m- tji-u
baby .how? Mr.-." Paul ' wtlYace
and Mrs. Helen Oleson: nrorraml
airs, luoagett. Mrs. Mary Sehon
M w. m -.
an Mrs.- JTrea Uieson.
Benefit Danr Nnf
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j-veni I or grangers
FAIRFIELD, May 21 Instead
of the- regular monthly social
meeting a benefit dance will be
given Friday night May 27, at
the new grange hall, .- a quarter
mile from Arel Corners near the
Salem Champoeg road
The house being built on the J.
W. Johnstoa property will soon
be ready for occupancy., The John
ston residence - was recently : de
stroyed by art,
West Side Ball Team, Entry
. In State League, to Oppose
Senators in Sunday Contest
First notion of what class of
baseball the newly organised Stat
league- will afford when It gets un
der way early next, month, will be
available to local fans when the
West Side team from Portland
comes here to meet the Senators
on dinger fields Both teems are
entered in this league.
Ray Brooks is coaching and
managing the West Side team and
has been working with the squad
for over a month. He Is special
ising in young players, some of
them from the. American Legion
Junior teams of the last several
years. Nick Williams and Walter
MeCredie, whose opinions ought
to count, hare looked the team
over and. declare It one of the
greatest young ball teams they
W. I. Pet. W. U Pet.
Boston ..22 12 .6471 N. T. M4 IT .452
Chiefo 23 IS .639 PHUb. 14 18 .48
Cinein. 21 19 .5251 Brookl. 15 21 .417
St. Jj. 17 19 .472Phild.15 23 .403
BOSTON. May 25 (AP
Young Bob Brown held Brooklyn
to four hits today to gain his sec
ond decision of the year over Dai
sy Vance. The Braves collected
seven hits and won 4 to 2.
R H E
Brooklyn 2 4 3
Boston 4 7 0
Vance, Quinn and Lopez; Brown i
Giants Tnrti Tables
PHILADELPHIA, May 25
(AP)-BUl Terry hit his tenth
home run of the season and Chock
Klein his ninth today as New York
pounded out a 12 to 8 decision
over the Phillies. Hurst and Ko
enecke also hit homers.
R H E
New York 12 17 1
Philadelphia 8 12 0-
Fitzsimmons and Hogan: H. E1-.
liott. RrabnwsVr TTanson snri Ol
Paul Waner In Form
-'ah, i7 -IAiT-
Led by Paul Waner with four hits
in five trips, Pittsburgh defeated
Cincinnati 9 to 4 today.
R H E
Pittsburgh 9 13 1
Cincinnati 4 9 2
Kremer, Chagnon. Swift and I
Grace; Carroll, Benton, Rixey, Og
I den and Lombard!.
Shuts Out Old Pals
ST. LOUIS, May 25 (API
Burleigh Grimes shut out St. Lou-
Is today giving Chicago a victory
a 10 0.
R H E
Chicago 3 7 0
St. Louis t 0 7 2
Grimes and Hartnett: Derrin
ger and Wilson.
St. Louis at Detroit, called end
i third, rain.
Cleveland at Chicago, rain.
TO PRESENT REVUE
JEFFERSON, May 25 One of
the outstanding events of the week
Is the Dance Revue, in which Miss
uiom iroo uj nut yicBout un
night. May 27. The Revue is en-
iui.il rfV T r. 1 f I
The characters are as follows:
The Toy Maker, Francis Phelps;
the fairy, Marjorie Norton; Jack-in-the-box,
Shirley Roland; Jack
Tar the Sailor, Shlels Roland;
the French doll, Mickey Thurston;
Topsy, Louise Looney; Dresden
China Doll, Mary Patton: Raggedy
Andy, Shlela Roland; Bunny Rab
bit, Mickey Thurston; the Clown,
Lenore Myers; Wooden Soldier,
Frances Louise Patton; Dutch
Dolls, Mary Jean Redmond, Patsy
The. music, will be by Mildred
Abbott, piano; and Marguerite Es4
tudillo ylolln. The sets, costumes
and lighting effects have been ar
ranged by Kaye Loomls. A small
admission will, bs charged.
M. D. Miller Dies
At Lee Residence:
PERRYDALE, May 25 M. D.
Miller of Perrydale died here to
day at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. H. A- Lee. Funeral services
will be held Friday at S o'clock
Mr. Miller was born in Wabash,
Indiana, in 1851, and came to
Oregon in 1905. He Is survived!
I by his widow and four children.
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Miss Malda Caldwell who has been
Kwainj m josepn, uregon tne
I vw two years is home for her va-
uon wun aer parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .Willis Caldwftll. mi.. r.iA.
well was reelected for her third
year at Joseph and while hern on
Tacatlon will attend . wiiiamMt.
university and take a course in
ispanisn which she will use in h
scaooi worn next year. " The Jo
sepn scnooi board is" emnlovfnr
teacher leas thU coming year
up of work for the teachers re-
1 uaned. she returned Sunday,
DODGERS HELD TO
htT6 seen for a number of years
tY. lJuad ZESVZ iSJiin.
elude Treadway Charles, ' Hert
Foulk. , Ed - Demorest and Jack
Todd, pitchers; Al Irwin and My
ron Warren, catchers; Lefty Gar
retson, Billy Sutton, Carrol Leach,
Ray 'Koch and Nig Meblslus, ln
fielders; Jack Eatch, John Wilson
and Jack Gordon, outfielders.
The Senators will be strength
ened for. Sunday's game as sever-
al members of the Willamette
university team which winds up
its season this week at Walla Wal
la, are expected to join the Solon
squad. Several practices are be-
in; held this week and the team
Is showing . rapid Improvement,
Frank Bashor, playing manager.
to" t n rmm" it
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Our Platform for Today: A
Maxim Silencer mm auxiliary
equipment for each bunch of
Night ball is out in San Fran
cisco and judging from the at
tendance at the last couple of
day games. It's out for good. Port
land Is also shelving night ball
for the time being, due we sup
pose to the chilly nights.
After all, the bleacherite Is
m conservative. He likee to
bleach In the good old fashion
ed tray. Baseball rules haven't
been changed to any degree
worth mentioning, in the last
25 years. That's because the
bleacherite Is a conservative.
He wants the old game in the
Football would hold more of
the old fans if it could get sta
bilixed so that drastic changes
wouldn't be needed from vear to
year. The old timers resent seeing
a different same, one thev" can't I
follow easily and "expert" upon.
And sunshine, it may be, is
one of the ingredients of base
ball the fans insist upon. Of
course chill winds and chil
blains are other factors.
"They're off!" The horseraces
start today. And we know from
attending the garrulous leaping
snapshot shows that everybody
rises ana shouts "They're off!
whenever a race starts. Never
theless Max Gehlhar and his aides
have collected a promising bunch
01 ponies and a lively meeting is
DALLAS, May 25 Dallas
high's baseball team closed .its
season last week with a victory
over Fails City which gave Dallas
the Polk county championship for
1932. "Dutch- LeFors finished
the season at the top of the bat
ting average with a percentage of
.423. Seven of the14 players bit
over .200 for the season
O AB H
I LeFore 8
1 - w w
Lalng . . . . C
Lewis .... 8
L. Frlesen . 8
J. Frlesen 15
Flneeth . . . 5
Holden. , . .1
this year Is:
or Dallas' games
Dallas 7,- Independence 13.
Dallas 8. Airlle 2.
Dallas 10, Falls City i.
Dallas 9, Airlle
Dallas 7, Monmouth f.
Dallas 13, Monmohth.
Dallas 9, Independence 1.
Dallas 9, Falls Cltr 1.
Dallas 7, Opponents 42.
Stars to Show
At Hazel Green
Guy Zimmerman of Sac City,
Iowa, and C E. Jackson of Kel-
lerton, Iowa, holders of numerous
championships In horseshoe pitch
ing, will be visitors to the Hazel
Green park, hear Salem, next Sun
day. .There at 2:30 p. m. they
will put on an exhibition, of pitch-
Zimmerman holds a record of 88
ringers pitched' out' of 100 shoes
thrown while Jackson has a rec
ord of 39 ringers in 40 shoes
pitehed. Included in their exhibi
tion will be stunts such as ringing
the lege of & chair on which a man
Is sitting,-ringing a hidden stake,
lighting matches packed : on a
stake and throwing : horseshoes
through one another's arms.
Munrr bass winner
PHILADELPHIA, V May 25
t A P T?vi n -r Pass frtfrn . fsa f fe-.
relght and Junior lightweight
king, won a snappy 10-round de -
cision tonight l over Harry. Duo
unsay. Chicago lightweight.
DALLAS HIGH ENDS
Missionaries Have Strong
Record This Season;
Hurlers are Good
Tbls afternoon at Walla Walla
the Willamette university Bear-
eats open the three-game base
ball series against Whitman col
lege for the northwest conference
Reports on the game will be
available at The Statesman office
after : SO p. m. as the results
will be wired here. -
Last year Willamette had the
struggle of a lifetime to win two
of the three games for the cham
pionship and the sledding this
season looks tougher yet.
Coach Nig Borleske's men were
such good fielders last year that
they chalked up putonts on many
blows which had been going for
safe hits in the other games. The
Missionaries have been playing
Dan iree from errors this season
ana wui aououess oe just as
tough in the-field as before.
During the season Whitman has
won 18 out of 19 games against
college teams, Including wins
over University of Idaho and
Washington State college. One of
the strongest points of the Whit
man team is the pitching staff.
four Uood Hurlers
At Borleske's Call
Clow, Russell' and Sparkman
were counted early In the season
as three first class hurlers and
irving nas aiso Deen winning nu
i . . . .
merous games. With his srreat
fielding club and with this line
up of moundsmen, Borleske took
six straight games from Univer
sity of Idaho at the start of the
Soach Spec Keen's team Is not
quite up to par with last sea
buu a nine, inousrn in some re
spects it Is stronger. Peterson is
more effective than last year ard
wcuifcB crjeason is proDaoiy ait
good as Dobl Woods was. With
tne exception of third base, the
infield Is weaker than it was last
year, in hitting and in the field.
The outfield has not suffered
from last season when the com
binatlon of Walt Erickson, Andy
Peterson and Gus Moore are on
deck, but when Peterson takes the
mound, the outfield is weakened.
The top half of the hitting list
is just as good as it was last
year, but the bottom section
shows weaknesses. Woodyard Is
as good a leadoff man as Wil
lamette has had for a number of
years and Grlbble Is the 'best
money played for cleanup man
that Willamette has had during
Keene's regime. Grlbble almost
always goes above .500 per cent
In his hitting and frequently
clouts extra base hits.
Peterson has finally reached
his hitting stride and in the two
games against Pacific university
hit. fire out of seven, one a home
run. At College of Puget Sound
Andy hit two homers and. Grlbble
added another. Moore and- Wait
Erickson are dangerous hitters
and Gibson has been clubbing
well -this season.
If the Bearcats can hit the
Whitman pitching as well as they
have most of their other opposing
moundsmen, Willamette has a
good chance to win, but the Mis
sionary chuckers are going to be
bearing down hard.
W. U. TENNIS SQUAD
WINS OVER PACIFIC
The Willamette university ten
nis team whitewashed Pacific uni
versity here Wednesday by taking
six straight matches from the
Badgers la a meet and not dron
ing a single self to the visitors.
This gives Willamette four vic
tories and no defeats in tennis
this season for conference com
petition and the Bearcats have a
good chances of annexing the con
ference championship in tennis.
Two meets have now been won
from- Pacific university and two
from Linfleld college. Meets with
College of Puget Sound will ne
coming op soon and It Is hoped
that Whitman can be met. -
Wednesday's, results were as
Boeder from Sprang, 6-2, 8-2,
Goode from Norton 6-3, -. 8-S,
Hageman from Westwood 8-4, 8-1,
Harmon from Gilmore, 6-3, 6-3,
Roeder and Goyne from Gllmore
and Norton 6-4. 6-1, Goode and
Sanders from Strong and. West-
wood 6-4, 6-3.
CHEMAWA. May 2 S At
Jollyap" held in connection with
commencement week here, letters
today . were awarded to athletes
who earned them in lnterschoias-
tic competition' this Tear. on-
ard vivette and Dow Franaun
won letters in football, basketball
and baseball. The list follows:
- Basketball: U VWette, D. Dog-
eagle, A. Hatfield, W. DePoe, P.
Hall. D. Franklin, R, Bonn. -
' Football:. UVVtvelte. Emmons
Blrdbear-VHoptowit. ',Bruno: D,
Brown, - Weeks; . Churchill. R.
Thomas. Meachem ' Olney. IzalL
Walters. FrankUn, f Cbrlstnot,
Sandberg: - r ; :.. '
v Baseball: SPencer. Ka1ama."W.
Miller.. F Miller. Peterson, Izall,
Olney, James Leraj
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Sacs Falter T
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W. U- Pet- W. L. Pal,
Lm A. 1 SO .582! Ste'U JI 25 .i 10
H0II7. !0 SI .581 Oakland 94 26 .40
Portl'B 27 24 .829 BcattU Jl SO .412
lu P.. 2 24..530)Miaioa .19 S3 .7
PORTLAND. Ore., May 25
(AP) Sacramento went all te
pieces in the eighth Inning tonight
after Bob Johnson's home run for
Portland had broken a 1 to 1 tie.
and Portland scored, five more
runs to win the game, 8 to 2.
Portland's six scores in the
eight were made possible by errors
by. McQuaid, Kampouris, DeMaree
Shores, hurling for Portland,
struck out eight.
Because of cold weather, the
teams switch back . to daylight
baseball for tomorrow and for the
remainder of the series.
R H E
Sacramento ......... 2 S 6
Portland 8 11 1
McQuaid, Bryan and Woodall;
Shores and Palmlsano.
Junk Not so. Good
SEATTLE, May 25 (AP)
The Oaks got to John "Junk"
Walters and Lynn Nelson, Seattle
hurlers, for eight runs in the
first Inning tonight and they were
enough to give the visitors a 9 to
I win, their second straight of
Five singles, four free passes
and a bad error by Ellsworth, Se
attle shortstop, pat the eight big
Freddie Muller hit a home run
over the right field wall tor the
Indians in "the second.
R H E
Oakland 9 12 2
Seattle t 6 12 2
Ludolph and Gaston; Walters,
Nelson and Bottarlni.
Day Ball Popular
SAN FRANCISCO, May 25
(AP) In the second game today
of a "back to daylight baseball"
movement inaugurated yesterday.
San Francisco's Missions defeated
the Seals 8-3 before a crowd of
some 4000 fans. The attendance
was approximately four times that
recorded for a majority of night
contests played this season until
The Missions put on three-run
rallies in the third andtifth in
nings, assisted meanwhile by sev
en Seal errors. Bowler, Mission
Pitcher, held the Seals to seven
hits and received strong support
from his team mates. Sankey and
Hafey of the Missions hit homers
while Oana also contributed a
four-ply swat for the Seals.
R H E
Missions . . . , 8 12 2
San Francisco ....... 3 7 7
Bowler and Hofmann: MacDou-
gal, Henderson and Ward, Peneb-
LOS ANGELES. May 25 (AP)
R H E
Hollywood 10 13 2
Los Angeles 8 10 4
Thomas, Ortman, Yde and Moy-
er, Bassler; Moss, Stltzel, Sweet
latfd, Hermann and Campbell.
C0U6AR GAME 3-5
PULLMAN, Wash May 25
(AP) A hard hitting Oregon
State nine knocked Washington
State college's pennant chances
askew by winning their confer
ence game, 9 to 6 here today.
Washington State. Ion on ton
oi tne conference heap, however,
still has a mathematical chance to
win the northern division cham
pionship. The Cougar hurling staff gave
lots of hits away and the rest of
the team played bean bag with
the balk to amass eight errors.
Oregon. State scored nine runs be
fore Washington State counted
onee. The Cougars loaded the
bases in each of the last three in
nings but could get only five
R. H. ,B.
Oregon State 9 11 4
Washington State . . . . K 11 8
Lundberg and Keema; Cole
man, Estill, Donedecker and Mc
AMERICANS OUT OF
MUIRFIELD, Scotland, May 25
- (AP) Another American
quest for the British amateur golf ;
championship failed today as the
three survivors of an original del
egation of eleven went down ' to
defeat in the third round.
David Martin, stocky young
California ehampion on whom the
greatest '. hopes were based, was
the first to fall. Ha was followed
shortly by thes Sweeney brothers
of Oxford, Charles and Robert
Martin slaved two rounds to
day, .defeating Bernard Drawin,
the English , golf writer, two and
tone in the morning. - Ha lost his 1
touch, in the afternoon and fell
before H. Shaw, a 25-year old
Manchester player who hasn't
ren a local reputation, two np.
Gervais Cancels v
. . Salem High Tilt
. The Salem algh-Gervala" base
ball game, scheduled for Wednes
day, was ' cancelled Wednesday
when the coach called Salem high
and stated that some of the key
players were not In condition.
7 The "game .will .probably,
IV. U. TIMID
Head for Walla Walla and
Conference Meet Soon; -Will
The Willamette track squad Is
being groomed for the northwest
conference meet at Walla Walla
on Memorial day and final an
nouncement of the crew going
will be made soon.
Burgess Ford, assistant track
coach who has done much of the
work with the team this season.
111, take the entering group to
Walla Walla Sunday. .
Willamette la not given an out
side chance to win the meet, but
has girded Its belt for third or
fourth place Last year the Bear
cats ranked at the bottom of the
list, but this season have already
defeated ' Llntield and Albany
college, teams to which they lost
Whitman and College of Puget
Sound will probably have the
strongest teams, with College of
Idaho and Pacific university
ranked In third and fourth places.
However the Bearcats showed un
usual strength in their five way
track meet here Tuesday and may
pull some conference surprises.
In a meet with Cheney normal
recently. Whitman broke three
school records when Cece Carpen
ter did the low hurdles in :24-9.
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rthe Ugh hurdles In and Og-
den and Bobbins tied -at 11 at.
4 In- In the pole vault. : These
marks are suggestive of the im
proved competition this year, but
Willamette is better fortified than
before. . Some of the Willamette
men will have to - make better
marks before earning the right to
go to Whitman for the conference
meet, but . those who stand ' good
chances of going are as follows:
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Mile Cook and Mealey.
Two mile Lange and Dumas.
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At lllahee Club
. , .
Clay McDowell, Dewey Scar
borough and V. E. Kuhn were the
winners In the ball sweepstakes
tournament held at the Wednes
day night stag gathering at llla
hee Country club, with McDowell
winning the principal award. At
tendance at these midweek events
The lllahee course Is in excel
lent shape at present. Irrigation
having been started, Ray Powell,
club professional, reports. The
first round of the spring handicap
tournament will be completed
this week, having been allowed
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PORTLAND, Ore., May 25
(AP Eddie Hogan, runner-up
for medalist honors la the Oregon
State amateur : golf tournament
now under way hero, and Tab
Boyer," Portland elvle- champion,
were defeated today la the open
ing round of match play.
Hogan, formerly Paclfie north.
west amateur champion, . was
eliminated- by . Dr. Cliff Baker.
Portland, by 1 np. J. Wilsoa John
ston, of Waverly, defeated Boyer,
S and 2. Johnston was one under
r Other results included:
Ray Isaacs, of Alderwood. beat
Leslie LeaL of Eugene, S and 2. .
Rusa BurdeU, Inverness, beat
F. E. Shafer, Salem, B and 4.
Beaten by Elks
The Elks defeated the State
Printers 4 to 2 in a Kltball league
game Wednesday night. Barrlck
and Poole for the Elks, Bone and
Propp for the State Printers, were
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