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Tbe OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morniriir, July 23. 1932
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YIELDS 3 HITS
State Junior Ball Finals
To be August 6-7; Eugene
Drops Opener to Klamath
State finals in the American
But Ducks Hold Stars Until iwga
Final Inning; Score
Is 2 to 1
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V. U, Pet. W. L. Pet.
Prtl'd 4T .581 8UU ..54 5S .482
Holly. 65 48 .5751 Oakland SO 2 .44
Fn r. -SB 81 .535Se'to 5 63 .443
! A. S 5 .S23MljiiioB 40 66 .411
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PORTLAND,' Ore., July 22-
t API 4Emil Tde southpawed the
Portland Beaver-Ducks into sub
mission! tonight and . the Holly
wood Stars won their second suc
cessive Igame, J to 1.
Tde allowed only three hits
and all of those were credited to
Bob Johnson two doubles and a
Portland tallied in the fourth
for the! first score of the Kmo cl!,on M withln the and
stead of August 5 and 6 as or
iginally planned, it was announced
Friday by Roy S. Keen e, state
chairman, following a meeting of
the state junior ball committee.
Arrangements nave been made
with Thomas Turner, president of
the Portland Coast league club,
for the use of the Vaughn street
park on those dates. Mr. Turner
in addition to making an attrac-
Uto arrangement for use of the
park, has hung up a trophy for
the winner. .
The state committee ruled that
there was no ground for a pro
test on the part of the Burns team
against LaGrande, in connection
with an umpire's ruling In the fi
nal district game which LaGrande
won last week. It was informally
explained that the umpire's de-
and clung to that slender margin
until the eighth. Then Brannan
and MeNeely singled and advan-
ced on Carlyle's sacrifice and
Brannan scored on Sherlock's fly
to tie the score.- In the ninth Lee
walked, went to second on an in
field - out ' and scored on Bran
The vietory reduced Portland's
lead to only one game.
Hollywood 2 10 0
Portland 1 3 0
Tde and Bassler; McDonald,
Peterson and Paimisano.
that his Judgment on what oc
curred could not be officially
The Lincoln Cardinals of Port
land and the Woodbnrn team of
Marion county are already assur
ed of places in the state finals.
Klamath falls and Eugene are
playing- at Klamath Falls in one
inter-district series this week end
and LaGrande and The Dalles will
open another at The Dalles today.
winners of these two series , en
tering the state playoff August f .
The state finals will . be In
charge of other members of the
committee and department offi
cers of the Legion, Mr. Keene
stated, as he will be In Los An
gelea-attending the Olympic games
at that time. He will leave here
Sunday for California.
KLAMATH FALLS. July 22.-
(AP) The Klamath Falls Ameri
can Legion Junior league baseball
team defeated the Eugene nine, 6
to 5, in the first game of a three-
game series here today.
R H E
Eugene 5 8
Mercer, Mlchaeals and Wright,
Kelsay; Ball, James and Bradley.
Angels Still Winning
LOS ANGELES, July 22 (AP)
-Los Angeles scored Its fourth
Go lf Finals
DALLAS, July 22. Marjorie
Jackson and Marjorie Fulgham
will play Sunday in the finals
Winner of Bales-Foster match
vs. winner of Fowler-Vaughn
straight ylctory over Sacramento of the women's golf tournament
ana us sum win in a row by at Oak Knoll. Miss Jackson earn
capturing tonight's rame. 8 to 4. ed the rieht to enter the finals
The Angels batted Louie Vinci I by defeating Dorothy Eakin this
hard and often although he stuck! week and Mrs. Fulgham won
until toe finish. over Margaret Friar in her semi
uernie Devlveros' home run final match.
wim iwo on in rne eigntn cinched Rex Preberton, 1931 champion,
the game for the Angels. Stein- was eliminated from the men's
i vJrl. . ' Statz and Snefely tournament last Sunday when he
i. . It7 Moncrle' was lifted In matches played this week gave
the sixth after he had walked in th following results: W. L. So-
- uu. aiicoim moss Keeping the hren beat Floyd McCann; Dr. L.
cv iu cneca me remainder of A. Bollmon beat Al Cleveland;
game. Lenthall Bollman beat W. C. Ret-
Bacramento 4 g j Eer; Jack Ealdn beat Dean Cadle:
ir. .se es 8 10 3 Ray Lillin won over Roy Fergu-
Vinci and Woodall; Moncrief, son; Otto Williams and Dr. Tyler
",us na tronm.. (Palmer won by default; and Dr.
au Kaily and Win C. L. Fowler and Carl Bales have
tAN FRANCISCO, July 22 not finished their match. Eldon
p' After trailing seven in- Vaughn and Gerald Fowler have
... oan r rancisco got down to not completed their match.
Business coaay and crowded over Pairings for the third round
enougn runs to defeat Oakland 6 scheduled for . Sunday are:
o ana even the series at two First flight 9 a. m.
JT1h,omaa' 0akland Pitcher, aid
ed the Seal victorv h
three walks in the seventh. The
oe's aaaea three singles and
manufactured thi rnna a
other trio of singles in the 'eighth
inning produced two more runs,
sufficient to insure vtinr
The Oakland batters took the
..I v e r tnreo San Francisco
pilsners ior 13 hits
rnomas and Leveque; MacDou- Seattle
15 Blows, Still
W. It. Pet. W. L. Pet.
K. T. 03 29 .981Detro5t .48 40 .545
PMlad. 5 8t .5891 St. L. .40 40 .440
C1btL SS 99 .582 Chlcaro .30 58 .841
Wuk. 51 41 .548 Boston -22 67 .247
Scales is Still Leading' but
Erickson Gets Closer;
West Side Next r '
The Salem Senators, who will
play the West Side Babes of Port
land here Sunday in a game wnien
will drop one or-the other from
participation In ;th first, plac tl
they now snare wun cugene u
Pacific Outfitting, lowered the
Eurene Townietf" batting averages
last Sunday but did. practically
nothing to their own.
Some of the boys moved op a
few notches and others dropped
down the list but the team aver
age remains at .259, practically
what it was the week before. la six
games the Sentors have collected
43 hits, a little more than seven
per game, but have put -up such
tight defense that a seven hit
average has been enough to win
two-thirds of the games.
George Scales still leads the
list of regulars in hitting, . but
Walt Erickson gained on him Sun
The hitting record to date fol
McCaf f ery 2
Scales 19 8
Erickson 22 7
Foreman IS 4
Gribble 18 4
Adams 16 4
Ollnger 4 1
Ashby 22 S
Edwards 8 1
Hlbbard 7 1
Kitchen 23 S
Baahor 21 2
Wilson 18 1
WASHINGTON, July 22 (AP)
Although outhit, Philadelphia
today defeated Washington, 8 to
4. Walberg pitched for Philadel
phia, yielded IS hits.
Philadelphia 8 10 0
Washington 4 15 1
Walberg and Cochrane; Crow
der, Marberry, Brown and Berg,
SHADE WINS 444TH
NEW TORK, July 22 (AP)
Fighting his 444th bout, Dave
Shade of California gained a six
round decision over Charlie Tra
der Horn of New Jersey tonight
at Long Beaeh stadium.
; We hadn't ' noticed, from
watching the box scores spor
adically, that Howard, Maple
had been hitting bat It appears
that on the days we forgot to
look at the score , he has." New
York sport pages arriving here'
show Maple la second place
among the American league
hitters, with a mark of .488
IB times at hat and seven
Of course Maple ha&nt been
at bat enough really to qualify
as one of the sluggers, but the
record shows he s not Quite pow
erless. Howard has appeared In
a good many games, his name
showing up more frequently of
late nd In closer games; but
often he goes in when one of the
regular backstops Is lifted for
a pinch hitter, and he doesn't
get to step up there at all.
And while we're on the sub
ject of oar home town big
leaguers. It appears that Billy
Sullivan most be something of
a nightmare to Mr. Fonseea,
the White Sox' boss. For sv
while Billy was being shifted
from one Job to another and
regularly turning In hi hit or
two and his error each day.
Tiring of that, Fonseea kept
Billy on the bench for a while
and occasionally sent him in
as a plneh hitter.
Meanwhile the White Sox
standing got rapidly no better,
and now Billy Is back in the
lineup. They need Billy's big
bat and don't know what to do
OUT TWENTY HITS
W. U Pet. W. li. Pet.
Flttib. -51 36 .588
Cfcieato 48 40 .545
Boston 4T 42 .528
PWlmd. 47 47 .500
St. L. 4S 44 .404
BrookU 43 48 .467
N. T. 80 45 .464
Cineiit. .40 55 .421
PHILADELPHIA, July 22
(AP) The Phillies pounded
Thurston and Quinn for -0 hits,
Including two homers by Virgil
Davis and one by George Davis
Burris If gt
StubberfleUL 2b ' i ' Nelson
Lineup for the older boys:-
Ollnger, 4. r Xew i'arK o
Sexton , 2l 1 Matty
Hall p Mlckenham
Duncan U All port
Miller- lb. L. Siseho
Woodburn at Turner, Grand
Ronde at Stayton Will
Be Sunday Games
Playoffs In the Cascade. Mid-
Willamette and Grange baseball
leagues -will be resumed Sunday.
Woodburn. one game to the good
in theCascade championship ser
ies, will invade Turner. Stayton
and Grand Ronde will mix at
Stayton In the third Mid- Will
amette later-division e o nt e s t.
Stayton being In the lead
Grand Ronde and Gervais have
been defeated . North Howell and
Silverton Hills will play at Sil-
verton In be Grange league com-
Woodburn's victory 6ver Turn
er last Sunday was by only one
run 4 to 3; and Turner Is hope
ful of turning the tables when
they play on Its home diamond
Johnny Beck' for Woodburn and
Russell for Turner, will probably
be the opposing moundsmen. If
Woodburn wins It wlU be the
Stayton with a 4 to 2 victory
over Gervais last Sunday, will
have a goodly margin on Its riv
als if It wins again Sunday but
must beat Gervais again in that
ease. In order to clinch the title.
Silverton Hills Is one game
ahead In the Grange league ser
Sherman. t rf '..
In the second 1 game
Ollnger and Tew
was the same, except that Miller
pitched and Hale played first.
WIN OVER UU
to defeat Brooklyn 9 to 5, today.
Brooklyn 5 9 0
Philadelphia 9 20 1
Thurston, Quinn and Suke
forth; Benge and V. Davis.
Pirates Add to Lead
PITTSBURGH, July 22 (AP)
Pittsburgh increased its first
place lead to three and one half
games today by downing Chicago
3 to 1.
Steve Swetonic won his 11th
victory of the season.
Chicago 1 10 0
Pittsburgh 8 10 0
Malone, May and Hartnett;
Swetonic and Grace.
Ollnger juniors won 7 to 6 from
Lincoln ball players in the 10 th
inning yesterday, Robinson driv
ing in the. deciding run. Olinger's
older boys took a double header
from Tew Park, 4 to 0, and 12
Line-up for the Juniors:
Ollnger 7 Lincoln 0
Robinson ls. Mason
Lee lb Lansing
Quamme c Johnson
Parker p McKay
Causey 2b McNamara
Wilkinson ' rf Jaskoskl
Morley rs Godkin
Crobert cf....R. Johnson
Miller Siir e
LOUISVILLE. Ky., July 22
(AP) The national pablic links
golf championship will go to a lad
named Miller, who has Just turn
ed 21. but whether it will be Chi
cago's' stocky, black-haired .Pete
Miller, or Jacksonville's slender
freckle-faced R. L. Miller, remains
to be told after 36 holes tomor
The Chicago Miller, grandson of
old Greece, whose father Is a weal
thy real estate operator, eliminat
ed Talbot Boyer of Portland, Ore.,
3 and 2. In the semi-final round
The Jacksonville Miller, native
of Nashville, Ga.. whose father is
a night watchman in a shipyard
and himself worked In a bakery
until the depression cost him his
Job, ousted Al Campbell of Se
attle, Wash., 3 and 2.
Pete Miller downed Joe Nichols,
medalist, in the morning round
today and his seven years of golf
ing experience among Chicago's
younger golfers and the fact he
won the Chicago city title three
years ago gave him an edge in
the final match.
It is R. L. Miller's first try at
the national title. ,
Swimming races and the regu
lar weekly broadcast made pos
sible by cooperation of the. Cherry
City bakery ear featured yester
day's events ."at Ollnger 'play
ground. . -T-- " J '
- Musical numbers . were gtren
over the rmlke" by Jnne and
Marie Holm, duet; Barbara Caus
ey, two solos; Harda Hansen and
Joyce Godfrey, duets; Naomi Lee.
solo; Edna Schweislnter and Ms
bit McGuire. duet, and Bobby
Braxeao, solo. .
In the girls swimming races,
results were: 12 years and over
sldestroke, Doris - HWday first.
Lora Rettlg second; freestyle,
HIdday first. Rettig second;
breaststroke, Doris MarsUn first,
In the boys' contests, results
for those 12 and over were: Side
stroke, Gordon Black first,' Bill
Sexton second; steamboat. Sexton
first. Holllday second; breast
stroke. Sexton first. Don Segnln
second; freestyle, Quentln Rncker
first, Ned Burris second.
Boys under 12 placed as fol
lows: Sldestroke, Gilbert Elliott
first, Gordon Bradford second;
freestyle. Mike Miller first. Bill
Sexton second; steamboat, Elliott
first. Bradford second.
Miss Parsons is
PORTLAND, Ore., July 22
(AP) Miss Hermolne Parsons.
17, today won the first annual
public links championship of the
Oregon Women's Golf association
She defeated Mrs. T. B. Kennedy,
Portland, 2 and 1 in tbe 36-hole
Carriers to Get
Statesman carriers who are able
to qualify as go-getters In new
subscription solicitation, will be
taken to Portland next Friday,
July 29. by Gus Hlxson, circula
tion manager, who will be their
host on an amusement tour. In the
afternoon the boys will patronize
the concessions and use the swim
ming pool at Jantzen beach. That
night Hlxson will entertain them
at the night baseball game be
tween the league-leading Portland
Ducks and the Mission team. Thus
far five carrier boys have quali
fied for the trip.
LEONARD WIXS DUMB ONE
NEW TORK. July 22 (AP)
After being three times warned by
the referee to show some life or
run the risk of being disqualified.
Benny Leonard of New Tork, the
retired lightweight champion, fi
nally punched out a 10-round de
cision over Eddie Shapiro of New
Tork tonight at Coney Island stadium.
W. L. Soehren rs. Dr." L. A.
Jack Eakin vs. Lenthall Boll
Second flight 9:15 a. m.
Tracy Staats vs. Ray Killian.
Walter Williams vs. Otto Wil
liams. Third flight 9:30 a. m.
Mark Capps vs. Dr. Tyler Pal-
Traveling by Rair
July 22 (AP)-
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