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AXLAND. ; Calif.. July 14
AP1 The Portland Ducks put
a end to the Oakland Oaks' win
ning streak hero tonight as they
took advantage or oreau to wis
a three-to-one baseball game.
The breaks came through Bill
Ludolphs' wildness on the mound
foi Jthe Oaks and poor tnrowing
by Joe Smith. Oakland catcher.
Portland rot but fiva hits but
two of them were timely singles
Fltsnatriek and HlKKlns.
Peterson. Portland h n r 1 r.
nltr.hed shut-out baseball after
the first inning when Anton's
ingle scored the Oaks' only run.
Mallear y. Oakland shortstop,
went hltless for the first time In
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Peterson and Fltipatrick; Lu-
dolph and Smith, Lebque.
No Tlmelv WaUops
SACRAMENTO. CaU July 14
(AP) Sacramento made . It
three in a row over the Seattle
Indians here tonight when Ed
Bryan scored an 11 to 0 shutout
although touched for ten hits.
TwelTe tribesmen died on the
bases for the lack of, timely wal
lops. Hal Haid, was hit freely by
the Sacs throughout, being
chased in the seventh on a five
Seattle 0 10
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Haid. Rlleen and Cox; Bryan and
Seals Win Another
SAN FRANCISCO, July 14.
(AP) Two runs In the seventh
inning were enough to help the
Seals to another win today over
their home town rivals, the Mis
sions. The score was 2 to 1. The
Missions effort in the eighth
brought horns one tallv. bntHen-
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Senators Dread Contest
With Girls' Team; Defeat
Would be an Awful Thing
"Wouldn't It oe awful lf those
marks heard; amongvthe Salem
Senators this week as they await
the game with the Southern Kan-
aas Stage. XJnes gins' team nere
next Wednesday afternoon. !
Well, it wouian t be so awiui
u the boys seem to think, tor
other fast semi-pro teams hare.
Wn before this group of rie-
maiee oi me species. una west
Side Babes of Portland lost their
first cam to the girls, to cite
only one. But - the Banes came
back and won the second one so
the can hold un their heads
part way at least again. And jot
course there are some men :on
that Wichita team too.
Further enllghtment as to the
The annual midsummer tale ;of
woe from the football camp of
Paul SchiBsler Is at hand, and It
has some semblance of authenti
city this time. The Indispensable
Hal Moe will be back tor that
blocking half job. Little, and Jos-
lin can take care of fuiVRamponi
and Ward will be available as
brains," Schwammel and Curly
Miller should make Schlss forget
about the tackles he lost and the
Davis boys will take car of the
wings in a first string lineup
but there are some vacant spots.
Of coarse that's only relative.
when you remember the line of
substitutes stretching along the
sidelines from goal line to goal
line, that Schlsaler always has
But where's a ball toter we have
ever heard of? Reg Rust and BUI
Head finished up last fall, Johnny
Blancono who was to be lhif ted to
left halt was declared Ineligible
for playing hockey In Christmas
vacation time. Norman Franklin,
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from the Rooks will be looked
over, along with Romey Adams, a
CorvalUs boy whom Salem high
fans will remember, and Phil
Small, of last year's reserves.
the line; Back Hammer is gone
along with Bergerson, Cox and
Carlson. Tic Curt in, aa end. Is
being shifted to center to take
Hammer's place; Leaf and Tat
tle are lettennen guards. Leaf
being shifted In from end.
These shifts indicate there real
ly was a weakness there, show
ing np in spring practice. i
In view of the fact that the
Rooks were plastered severely by
the Oregon Frosh last fall, It's ap
parent that Oregon State will; not
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strength of the girls team was
received last night , from Irvln
Van Blarcom, 'manager of the fa
mous club. He explained that the
girls had been coached In playing
baseball for the past four years
and are reaching a degree or
skill that was enabling them to
beat more than half of their men
An expert In girls' athletics,
Mr. Van Blarcom took over a
group of versatile girl athletes In
1927 and coached them long and
strenuously until they were able
to take up regulation baseball as
slaved bv men's teams.
Later a corps of Interested pro
fessional ' slayers added their
knowledge to the coaching and
developed all of the girls into
skillful fielders and hard hitters.
be as strong on paper this year
but then It could be a lot weaker
on paper and still play a lot better
ball than It did last year. It may
be that some of the baktield los
ses will prove assets, in new or
i the rumors of dissension among
last year's stars. ' .
Fourteenth street and Lincoln
older playground dots amaea an
other double-header at baseball
yesterday, 14th dropplnthe first
game 8 to 6 and winning tne sec
ond 6 to 8. Hale for 14th knock
ed a home run In the 8th Inning
of the second game, the only one
of. the day. Four runs were
scored by dinger in that Inning.
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Magee Sd Ritchie
Hale ...j.. 1st ,D. Bush
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same line-up, and Lincoln players
were: Eliot, cf: Ritchie, p; J.'
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ford. 3rd: Mathews, c: Otjen, rs;
Balburg, Is; Stoekwell, 2nd; and
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ITY TENNIS IS
Only one of Second Round
Matches Remains; Fast r
Play is Forecast ;
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With the exception of one sin
gles match, the city tennis tour
nament is all set for the semi
finals, Ray Stayner defeated Ivan
White 6-2, 6-4 Thursday and will
meet John Creech In one of the
semi-final matches. Fred Hage
mann Is the other player who has
arrived at the semi-final round
and will meet the winner of the
Myers-Nutter clash which is
scheduled for today.
Fred Hagemann and Stayner
will meet White and Minto .in
one doubles semi-final and Beall
and Gies will oppose French
Hagemann and Creech in the
Beall and Gies defeated. Sack
ett and Nutter in the most sls-
sling match of the tournament
so tar Thursday, prevailing 6-4.
10-8 after the losers had fought
their way to set point several
times In the second set. -
Is Worry of
The question of Robin Reed's
avoirdupois was the only one
worrying promoters of the Reed
Henry Jones match for the world
welterweight wrestling title here
Tuesday night, after the ticket
sale was sfarted Thursday. Over
128 seats were disposed of in
the first half day.
Reed has always gained weight
in this climate after coming from
the middle west and he la up
to 148 pounds now. That will re
quire some measures calculated
to eliminate three pounds before
next Tuesday night. Jones Is only
one pound over the limit and
can easily make the weight
Five hundred additional seats
will be placed in the armory.
Matchmaker Harry Plant has
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NEW YORK, July 14 (AP)
Cleveland ' slugged three Yan
kee pitchers Tor 16 'hits today to
mark up their .fifth straight vic
tory li to S. Babe Ruth hit his
26th home run for the Yanks.
Cleveland .; V, U 16 2
New York . 2 14
Brown and L. Sewell; Pen-
nock, ' Allen, Rhodes ' and Jor
.White Sox Wis in 11th
BOSTON, July 14 (API-
Chicago beat Boston, 9 to 8, In 11
innings today after Boston had
overcome a six run lead and tied
the score In the ninth.
Chicago 9 li o
Boston 8 17 2
Gaston, Jones and Berry; Wel-
1 a n d, Andrews, Jablonowski.
Moore and Tate, Connolly.
Foxx Smacks No.' 83
PHILADELPHIA. July 14
(AP) The Athletics defeated
Detroit, 9 to 2, today in one big
Inning in which Jimmy Foxx Mt
his 86th home run cf the season
with two man on base. Tony Frei
tas, Rookie hurler, held the Ti
gers to six hits.
Detroit 2 6 1
Philadelphia 9 12 1
Bridges. Goldstein and Hay-
worth, Frei Us and Cochrane.
Solons Win in 12th
WASHINGTON. July 14-(AP)
Washington and St Louis bat
tled through 12 innings today be
fore tne Senators won a 6 to 4
St. Louis 4 11 2
Washington ; 5 12 1
Fischer, Hadley and Ferrell;
mown, Marberry, Thomas and
ST. PAUL, Minn., July 14
(AP) Stanley Koetka of South
St Paul, fullback prospect at
Oregon university next fall, was
operated on for appendicitis here
today. The 230 pound speed ace
worked out on the first string
Oregon ' football team during
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PALO ALTO,. Calif.. July 14
(AP) Although .'well "seed
ed" In the draw today for heats.
favorites In the battle for places
the American Olympic track
and field team face the keenest
kind of a, tight to survive the
In this assembly of the na
tion's athletic great and near-
great, most . of the fields are so
strong and well-matched that the
experts anticipate a flock of up
sets as well as record - smashing
performances, before the final
tests of speed, skill and . brawn
have decided the. best three per
formers and; automatically. - the
shield-wearers In each event.
There will be trials tomorrow
in thirteen of the eighteen Olym
pic events, leading up to the
finals on Saturday t Stanford's
stadium. These, with three non
Olympic contests In the low
hurdles, weight throw and three
mile walk, will also make up the
national senior A. A. U. track
ana iieia cnampionsnip pro
gram for 1932.
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Team Evens up
Maytag Washers retaliated last
night and captured the second
game of the kltball champion
ship series from the Western Pa
per converters. The score was
Both teams have now taken
one game with the game tonight
to decide the championship.
Bone and Beechler were the
I battery for Maytag; King, Kitch
en and Sandford for Western Pa
Juniors to Play
LA GRANDE, Ore.. July 14
(AP) American Legion Junior
league baseball teams from Ba
ker, Ontario, Burns and La
Grande will compete in a tourna
ment beginning here , Friday
morning for the district cham
pionship. The -winner will play
the Umatilla county team for the
right to enter the state finals at
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PITTSBURGH. July yl (AP)
Bill Swift held Boston to four
hits today and Pittsburgh romped
away with a six to one victory, it
was Swift's ninth win ot the sea
son. '. - I
Boston... ...'.If 4, 1
Pittsburgh i. ....... . 8.0
Selbold. Cunningham and Spoh-
rer, Har graves; swift and Grace.
Phillies Forge Ahead
CINCINNATI, July .14 (AP).
The. Phillies batted around. In
the fifth today to ruin a 'four run
lead Cincinnati had compiled and
then .went ahead from .there to
win 11 to 6.
Philadelphia 11 ; 14 1
Cincinnati 6 6 3
H. Elliott Collins and Todd. V.
Davis; Carroll, Ogden,! Hllcher
and Lombard I.
Cubs Square Series
CHICAGO, July 14 (AP)
The Cubs squared . their series
with Brooklyn by winning today's
game, 4 to 1, behind Guy Bush's
Brooklyn -. i '. . . l ! 7
Chicago ..4; 7
Vance, Phelps and Lopes; Bush
and Hartnett. r
Diizy to Showers
ST. LOUIS, July 14 (AP).
Tne Giants knocked Dizzy Dean
from the hill in seven innings to
day and defeated the Cardinals t
to 3. Jim Mooney held the eham
pions to one run until the ninth.
New York .....6 12 . J
St Louis 3: 8 1
Mooney and Horan: Dean.
Johnson and Wilson.
Over Berry City
JEFFERSON. Julv 14 Jef
ferson defeated Lebanon Sunday
afternoon In the Strawberry city
9 to 3 in the last game of the
Cascade league schedule. This vic
tory leaves the local team in
second place in the final stand
ing with 8 won and two lost
McDonald held Lebanon to seven
hits and struck out 12 batters
while Kieth and Young whiffed
11 and allowed 11 safe; ones.
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1 WOODBTJRN, July 14 Mrs.
E. Austin won the prize of
aj golf ball Wednesday afternoon
at the Woodbarn golf, course
when "Ladles' Day", was "observ
ed. Mrs. . Austin made 13 putts
during the nine boles play to win
the prise. ...
Eclectic prizes for the month
were . also awarded Wednesday.
Ae the players are divided la to
three flights, a prize of a golf
ball was given to the winner la
each flight Mrs. Y. G. E vend en
won the prize In the first flight.
Mrs. Edna Harper, in the sec
ond and Mrs. A. J. Beck In the
Mrs. A. J. Beck was chairman
for the day. Assisting her were
Mrs. Cljde Whitman. Mrs. E. T.
Sims and Mrs. John Smolnteky.
Next Wednesday Mrs. -'Erenden
Will be chairman.
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CINCINNATI, O.. July 14
$AP) Clarence -Buster Crabbe
ef Los Angeles, pulled In ahead
in the 1809 meters free style of
the Olympic swimming team tri
als today,, but a freckled-faced
youngster from Florida was right
on his heels, all the way.
. Finishing second, 14-y ear-oil
Ralph Flanagan, of Miami Beach,
qualified for the United States
Olympic team along with Crabbe
fend James C. Cristy, Jr., of the
University of Michigan, who fin
These three, with Al Schwartz
of the Illinois Athletic club. Ray
Thompson of the naval academy,
and Manuella Kalili of Los An
geles, today definitely became
members of the swimming squad
of 21 which Uncle Sam will take
to the coming Olympics.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. July 14
(AP) Maxle Rosenbloom. re
cognized by the New York state
athletic commission as world's
light heavyweight champion, outpointed-
Lou Seozza of Buffalo
in a 15-round tide- bout here
tonight Rosenbloom weighed
175 pounds, the class limit;
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