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TTva OREGON STATESMAN Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, September 9, 1932
Oakland Wins From Cellar
Missions, 7 to 6; Ducks
Lose in Fourth
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Portland ..Bfl 67 .5S9
l.n AnrU.88 75 .5401
IlIlrr,l..88 75 .540
8n Krai. 86 75 .534
3c'to 8479 .515
88 75 .540jOakland".'.71 0
Misjidn ..59 103 .364
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 8 (AP)
Hollywood's Stars backed up
and sat down on Portland's Ducks
again tonight to embarrass the
visitors in their determined march
toward a coast league pennant.
The score, 8 to 7, marked the see
ond consecutive defeat for the
Portlanders out of three games in
the "crucial series."
Th Stars bunehed hits in the
ftfurth to take a 6-run lead which
looked like enough to ice the
game until the eeventh when the
Ducks duplicated the feat, adding
five to two other counters pushed
across the plate the previous in
ning. Hollywood nicked Prud
homme, third Duck hurler, for
the necessary two runs in the
Koupal was charged with the
Portland 713 3
Hollywood 8 jo 1
McDonald, Koupal, Prudhomme
na uzpatrick; Turner, Walsh,
Page and Bassler, Mayer.
Indians Tt'ia la 6tli
SAN .FRANCISCO, Sept.
(AP)-4-Seattle stopped San Fran
cisco today 5 to, 1, Hald, right
handed pitcher keeping the Seals'
bits well scattered and holding the
home j team scoreless after the
first. Two errors by Muller mar
red Seattle's play. Stutz had a
bad sixth Inning, the Indians get
ting four runs.
Seattle 5 10 2
San' Francisco . 1 8 0
Haid and Cox; Stuti, Hender
son and Wahlgren, Ricci.
Angels Strap Soions
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Sept. 8
(AP)-f-The Angels snapped Sac
ramento's winning streak at 10
straight games here tonight by
battering Ben Tincup and Larry
Gillick! for anil to 6 victory.
Starting in the first inning with
a three run splurge, the Angels
piled on another in the second,
then six In the fourth and still an
other in the seventh.
Lillard's homer with two men
on climaxed the six. run rally.
Wyn Eallou. "although allowing 14
hits, took things easy all the way.
Catcher Woodall was banished in
the second for protesting a third
Los Angeles 11 19 0
Sacramento ... 6 14 2
Ballon and Campbell, Tincup,
Gillick and Woodall, Wirts.
Acorns Go 10 Rounds
OAKLAND, Cal., Sept. 8 (AP)
Oakland slipped over a 7 to 6
victory on the Missions here to
night in the tenth inning of a nip-and-tuck
Bill iRaimondi, Oakland catch
er, crossed the plate for the win
ning run after reaching first on
an infield sin el. h tnnt
on an error by Johnson, Mission
Jones and Campbell, Prof.
Newton and O'Reilly
Old Henry Jones, the foxy
strawberry . man" from Provo,
Utah, will come back to the ar
mory here Monday night to start
off Matchmaker Harry Plant's
double main event wrestling show.
The date has been changed from
the regular night so as not to con
flict with parade day at the le
gion national convention at Port
land. ''Our patrons," says Plant,
have called for a battle between
Jones and Bo Campbell, who has
fnade a good showing here in two
Henry and Bo will go at it with
hurler, and raced home as Steen
grafe laid, down a bunt and Mort,
Mission rookie first baseman,
threw wild to third.
Wayne Osborne started pitching
for the Missions but was given
ragged support and was replaced
by Johnson. Steengraft, who re
lieved Fieber for the Oaks, was
given credit for the victory.
Missions 12 6
Oakland : 7 11 1
Batteries: Osborne, Johnson
and Lapeyriv Fleber, Steengrafe
two hours the limit.
When they have finished, Art
O'Reilly and Prof. Newton, the
show-stealing combination, will
engage in a grand free-for-all, no
time limit and winner take all.
And if his patrons are not sat
isfied by the end of this tangle,
Matchmaker Harry will give up
Rest and Quiet
Rule for Babe,
Says Dr. King
NEW YORK. Sept. 8 (AP)
Frightened and in considerable
pain. Babe Ruth came hurrying
home from the west today to find
there is something wrong with
his appendix but probably noth
ing severe enough to require an
His fears were allayed, but not
entirely dissipated by Dr. Edward
A. King. Ruth's personal physi
cian, as soon as the Yankee club
doctor could make an examina
tion of his famous patient at the
Babe's home this afternoon. -
Ruth has "slight symptoms of
appendicitis," Dr. King said after
a two-hour examination. He or
dered absolute rest and quiet for
the ball player for 24 hours, after
which a more conclusive examin
ation can be made. N
SNAG IN RUN
Yahks Need Four More to
Cinch Flag; Chicago
Must win 13 Tilts
(By the Associated Press)
Both ,maJor--league leaders ran
iuto tongh sledding yesterday in
their efforts to capture the pen
nants in the shortest order, but
botlTthe New. York Yankees and
Chicago Cubs registered gains.
The Yanks picked up a full
game on the Philadelphia Athlet
ics when they won one game of a
double header with Detroit and
tied the second while the A's lot
to Cleveland. They now need only
four more victories to clinch the
The Cubs improved their mar
gin over Pittsburgh by a half
Spectators at Capital Post
drum corps' program at Sweet
land field last night were given
an eyefall of youth In his nat
ural posture, astride a bicycle.
The races and balloon contest
LEAVES SOME CASH "
VANCOUVER. Wash., Sept. 8
(AP) A nattily dressed young
man held up three clerks in the
Portland Electric Power com
pany's office here today and es
caped with $125. He overlooked
the contents of a second cash
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game, making it 54 games, as
they divided a twin bill with Bos
ton while the Pirates lost a single
game to Brooklyn. Chicago, how
ever, still needs to win 13 games
to clinch, provided Pittsburgh
takes all its remaining 17 con
tests. Here is how the clubs stand:
AMEBIC AW. T.KAOI7E
Club W. Tj. ret. hind Ply
' Tork 94 40 .706 I
Philadelphia 84 55 .604 13 15
Wuhinfton 80 55 .593 15H 19
VATIOH AX. LEAGUE
Chicgo 80 56 .588 1
PitUburgh 75 63 .547 5 '4 17
Brooklyn 73 66 .525 8Vi 15
proved a lively variation Is- the
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bicycle, won the -city champion
ship In the mile and the right to
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follows, the boys in order of their
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Senior relay Mike Miller and
Bill Sexton, Carl Waddle and
Virgil Stalling, Gordon Hosmer
and Ed Rowland.
Balloon busting contest Ar
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Jnnior relay Hume Downs
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Scott and Harry Carson, Howard
Krueger and Nelson.
Jnnior Pursuit race Carson.
Billy Mudd and Nelson.
Senior pursuit Stalling, Jay
Teed and Laurence Pack.
LEONARD STOPS ABBOTT
NEW YORK. Sept. 8 (AP)
Benny Leonard .stopped Jimmy
Abbott. Now York middleweight,
in :10 of the third round of a
ten round bout at the Fort Ham-
Mob club tonight. Leonard weigh-,
ed 1M; Abbott 15.
Ex-Governor Here Ben W.'
Olcott, former governor of Ore
gon and now a resident of Port
land, waa In the city yesterday
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Mr. Olcott -served for-some .time
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