The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 16, 1932, Page 8, Image 8

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    Invitational ' Tennis - Tournament to ':
Get
Goiiig
SIXTEEN ENTER
SINGLES EUENT
Eight Doubles Teams; Play
- To Start This Morning;
Finish on Sunday !
The Invitational tournament of
the Salem Tennis association will
get under way at 11 a. m. today,
with 16 players entered in men's
singles and eight teams in men's
doubles. Most of the matches will
be on the courts at the state hos
pital grounds but a few will be
on the Willamette university
courts. -
All first round singles matches
must be played today as the tour
nament will wind up Sunday. Two
rounds will be played Saturday.
Balls will be furnished at the
courts. --
Matches today are:
11 a. m., Sanders vs. J. Beall.
1 p. m., White vs. R. Stayner.
2 p. m.. Kemp vs. Fred Hage
mann. 5 p. m., Minto vs. Myers. French
Hagemann vs. Winslow, Goodevs.
II. Beall (Willamette), Bennett
ts. Nutter (Willamette.)
p. m., S. Stayner vs. Arms
sneier. French Hagemann is seeded No.
1, Fred Hagemann No. 2, Deryl
Myers No. S and Ivan White
Ho. 4. -
In the .doubles the pairings are
as follows:.
Fred Hagemann and R. Stayner
vs. Beckman and Calllster.
Winslow and Beall vs. French
Hagemann and Goode.
Myers and S. Stayner vs. Nutter
and Vestal.
Beall and Sanders vs. Minto
and White.
Ouimet Struggles I Along
Into Semi-Finals, Beats
Collegian; Goodman Next
By ALAN GOULD
FIVE FARMS COURSE, Balti
more Country club, Sept. 15
(AP) Fighting off the challenge
of golfing youth for the second
straight day, Francis Ouimet
moved closer to the defense of his
amateur championship today by
turning back 20 year old Jimmy
Fischer of Cincinnati, the medal
ist and inter-collegiate title-holder,
in a thrilling 36-hole match.
The champion's margin was
just one up as he sank a difficnlt
12-foot putt on the last green af
ter the University of Michigan
star took the 34th and 35th holes
to prolong the battle.
The victory put Ouimet Into
the semi-finals, where he will
play the Omaha star, ' Johnny
Goodman, tomorrow. Goodman, In
his strongest advance since he
beat Bobby Jones in the first
DUCKS
MARGIN
TO
m
round at Pebble Beach, Cal., was
carried to the 36th green before
eliminating the young New York
er, Maurice J. McCarthy, Jr., one
up.
The other two semi-fin allsts
are Ross (Sandy) Somervllle of
London. Ontario, four-time for
mer holder of the Canadian ama
teur championship, and the vet
eran Boston "siege gun," Jesse P.
Guilford, national titleholder in
1921.
Both had an easier path to
triumph. Somervllle started off
with a record-smashing 68 for
the day's greatest scoring exhi
bition and trounced Billy Blaney
of Boston 8 and S, on the latter's
27th birthday. Guilford, hitting
the most tremendous wallops the
tournament has seen In many a
year, bludgeoned Chick Evans of
Chicago, two-time former cham
pion,. 6 and 4.
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AMEEICAN LEAGUB
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X. T. 101 44 .697 Detroit T0 . 70 .500
Phils. 88 5 St. Louit 60 83.423
Waik. 85 58 .34 Chicago 45 S .819
Vlert. 81 01 .374 Boston .40 109 .280
BLANKS
KATIOVAL XXA&US
W. L. Pet
OMcafo 59 .590
frtttt. 7 64 .552!
Brooklyn 77 69 .527
Philadel. 74 TO .514
W. L. Pot.
Boaton ....73 73 .500
New Tork 60 77 .463
St. Lonig 66 78 .458
Cincinr. -58 88 .897
Pittsburgh Wins One
BOSTON. Sept. 15 - (AP)
Heine Meine today held Boston to
nine scattered hits, giving Pitts
burgh its first victory In the
three game series 3-2.
Pittsburgh 3 12 0
Boston 2 t 0
Meine and Finney; Betts, Sei-
bold and Spohrer.
BROOKLYN, Sept. IB (AP)
Ray Starr, St. Louis recruit
from Rochester, shut out the
Dodgers with two hits in his first
major league 6tart today to give
the Cardinals' a 3 to 0 victory.
The Cards knocked out Dazzy
Vance in six innings.
St. Louis 3 10 0
Brooklyn 0 2 1
Starr and Wilson; Vance, Tho
mas, Quinn and Lopes.
Phils 8weep Series
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 15
(AP) The Phillies made a clean
sweep of the three game series
here with Cincinnati when they
defeated the Reds, 7 to 4 today.
Chuck Klein hit his 37 th homer
of the season with the bases
empty.
Cincinnati 4 1ft 0
Philadelphia 7 17 1
Benton, Kolp and Lombard! ;
Elliott, Llska and V. Davis.
DETROIT, Sept 16 (AP)
Harry Davis' single in the teijph
gave Detroit an 8 to 7 victory
ever Washington today.
Washington 7 t 2
Detroit 8 14! 1
Marberry, Weaver and Spen
cer; Hogsett. Wyatt, Bridges
and DeSautels. j
Cuyler Breaks Tie
NEW TORK, Sept. 15 (AP)
A home run by Cuyler In the
eleventh gave Chicago an 8 to 7
victory over the Giants today
after Mel Ott's 3 8th homer had
tied the score in the ninth.
Chicago 8 14 1
New Tork 7 17 1
Bush, Terkes, Smith, Warneke
and Hartnett; Fitzsimmons,
Hoyt, Gibson, Bell and Hogan,
Haley.
Stewart Wins Duel i
ST. LOUIS, Sept. i5 (Ap)
Walter Stewart won a pitchers'
duel with George Earnshaw to
day, St. Louis defeatinj: Philadel
phia 3 to 2. j
Philadelphia 2 8 2
St. Louis 3 8 1
Earnshaw and Cochrane, Stew
art and Ferrell.
Indians Win Again
CLEVELAND, Sept. 15
Aided by home runs by Kamm
(AP)
and Clssell, Cleveland made It
two straight over Boston 7 to 2
today. "
Boston' 2 9
Cleveland 7 12
Dunham, Weiland and Tate;
Hudlin and Sewell.
White Sox Smack Gomes
CHICAGO, Sept. 15 (AP)
Chicago hammered Gomez for
11 hits in seven innings today
and defeated New Tork 8 to 5
New Tork 5 -12
Chicago ...8 13
Gomez, Wells and Glenn; Gre
gory, Faber and Berry.
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Lose on -Bobbles in Tenth
And own Rally Fails;
Load Sacks Twice
COAST LSA6TTB
W. UPtt.. W. UTet.
Portlaad 97 74 .567
Hollyw'd 95 76 .556
StaF'co 89 80.537
Sac'ato .89 83 .5201
Loa A'lea 89 83 .520
8attl .88 85.494
Oakland 74 95 .438
Xiision 64 106 .876
the Tribe's second win la three
games.
The Indians scored In the first
when Almada singled, advanced
on an error and romped home
on Manager George Burns' In
field out, but the visitors tied it
ap in the sixth. Kreevlck was
safe on an error, advanced on
Statz out, and came home on
Oglesby's Infield hit.
Maggert'si double followed
Welsh's single and Burns' double.
and the tribe scored three more
for good measure In the eighth.
Los Angeles 1 7 4
Seattle 8 1
Stitzel and Campbell; Kalllo
and Cox.
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 15
(AP) Portland's league leader
ship dwindled to a precarious
two-game margin over Hollywood
when San Francisco took to
night's ten-inning ball game here
1 to 0, making it three straight
for the series.
Defeat visited the Ducks
through a tragedy of errors in
the tenth inning. Wera was safe
on Sankey's boot. Brenzel offered
a bunt for an intended sacrifice,
bnt was safe on McDonald's er
ror, while Wera rambled to third.
then scored on Davis' fly to cen
ter.
Portland appeared on the verge
of victory in Its half of the
tenth with the bases loaded and
none out. Then Fitzpatrick, bat
ting for McDonald, hit into i
double play. Portland loaded the
bases again, only to be retired
when Osborn filed out.
San Francisco 1 4
Portland 0 5
Davis and Brenzel; McDonald
and Palmlsano.
Golf Financial
Report is Made
SILVERTON, Sept. 15 James
Manning of the Silverton high
school faculty, is preparing a fi
nancial report of the Willamette
Valley golf league for the past
year. Manning Is secretary-treasurer
for the group. The League
plans to begin its games in two
weeks.
Missions Win Again
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 15
(AP) The Missions continued
their winning streak today by d
feating Oakland 5 to 2. The
Reds won In the first with four
tallies, three of them on Gysel
man's home run. Eckhardt's bare-
hand catch of Anton's drive in
the fifth helped Ruether out of a
possible hole.
Oakland 3 9
Missions 5 12
Phoebus, Fieber and Ralmon
dl; Ruether and Lapeyrl.
Tribe Beat Angela
SEATTLE, Sept 16 (AP)
A timely two-bagger in the sixth
by Carl Maggert, recruit left
fielder for the Indians most of
the season, drove In two runs an
clinched i 1 to 1 win over the
Los Angeles Angels nere tonight
15
LOS ANGELES, Sept.
(AP)
Sacramento 2 8 1
Hollywood 6 12 2
Nushida, Bryan and Woodall;
Tde and Bassler.
IE IN
Henry Jones
To Mix With
Barrackman
A couple of old dls-favorites,
Henry Jones and Mervln Barrack-
man, will match eassedness on
the armory mat next Tuesday
night, Matehmaker Harry Plant
announced Thursday.
Both of these men are classed
among the grappiers wno Tor
rather vague reasons, are disliked
heartily by a large gToup of fans.
For this reason, the armory will
probably be well filled Tuesday
night and booes will make the
welkin, whatever it is, ring.
Many of those present, per
haps, will be hoping to see both
grappiers torn limb from limb,
knocked out simultaneously and
disqualified at the same instant
so that both will lose.
The Provo, Utah, American Le
gion post's delegation was promi
nent at the convention In Port
land this week and some wrest
ling fans looked carefully to see
it Henry was among the boys, not
realizing, apparently that this
was a gathering of World war
veterans, not Civil war.
Henry, however, will have his
work, cut out for him when he
meets" the often-rough bear train
er Tuesday night, and despite his
disclaimers of having passed the
50-year mark, may be a veteran
or a casualty of some war or
other when this bout is ended.
EK TO III. .
Contract Approved, Gridder
Breaks Down Tackling
Dummy Uprights
Services of Howard Maple as
assistant to Coach "Spec" Keene
of Willamette university and as
an instructor in the physical edu
cation department, were assured
Thursday when his contract was
approved by the executive com
mittee of the university board of
trustees. Maple's re-employment
for this year was recommended
by the athletic council recently.
Keene wired to Maple imme
diately following the action of the
committee, but up to last night
had received no reply stating
when Maple expected to be able
to report.
The Bearcat squad, smaller
than for the past few seasons bat
full or "scrap", practiced twice
Thursday and made good prog
ress toward getting Into condi
tion. ,
Bob McKerrow, 220-pound
tackle aspirant from Montana,
smacked the tackling dummy
Thursday afternoon and snapped
off both of the uprights, a feat
which bodes ill for opposing ball
carriers this falL
COUNTS
Good morn lag. folks. Did
you miss sua? Well, we niad
yon bat we Jest cooldn't af
ford to miss the Legion convention.
Frank Petrolle
Knocked Out by
Ross in Chicago
CHICAGO, Sept. 16 (AP)
Barney Ross, Chicago lightweight
contender, scored a two round
knockout victory over Frankie
Petrolle of Fargo, N. D., conquer
or of Bat Battalino. at the Chi
cago coliseum tonight.
Petrolle, brother of the more
renowned "Fargo Express,"
didnt have a chance against the
withering attack of the rising
young champion. The match was
scheduled for ten rounds. Pe
trolle weighed 140 pounds to
Roes' 135.
A great show if we ever taw
one. And of course the climax
was the moment that the Salem
drum corps was declared national
champion. Were we happy!
Then there waa the big par
ade. What a crowd! Thing that
Impressed as, though, was the
parade ltarlf. Jut people
marching, bnt they came from
every state la the anion, as
well ae m few territories and a
few foreign countries. The im
preKsive thing wa that, con
ing from eo nvaay tmr away
places, they all looked so tin
man, if yon get what we mean.
Now the convention, as we saw
it, consisted principally in thous
ands of people Just milling
around. They milled up and
down Broadway and up and down
Sixth street and overflowed into
a couple of other places. Hardly
anything really happening, and
everybody looking for something
to happen. '
O
Why were they there? Per
sonally, we were there looking
at faces, trying to figure out
why the other were there,
what they were getting out of
it. Ah. Perhape they were there
to look at our fare and try to
figure out why we were there.
Wouldn't that be a kirk 7
Perhaps, by reading faces
mare readily than we could,
some of them saw a lot. Or may
be, with Joe Pennington, the mu
sical comedy then showing right
there on Broadway, they could
sing "I've Got a Good Imagina
tion."
Some of the people smiled,
some looked passably grouchy.
After midnight most ever) body
wiled. The grouchy ones had
gone home.
We couldn't be everywhere so
can't swear there was no rowdy-
Ism, but we saw none. Saw some
people who might have had some
drinks; mostly non-legionnaires
In "buddy caps, for whose ac
tions the legion possibly got the
blame. Certainly nobody rn the
big parade showed signs of the
"influence. as was reported
about the Detroit affair last year.
4
Mean while wild rumors flew.
Trucks of one of Portland's
-biggest stores 'were hauliag
nothing but liquor. Five hun
dred and thirty gallons were
waiting here; seven thonoand
gallons somewhere ebe. There
was n "wtds open" bar in the
Dugout. (That's a - fart, we
marched right np and got our
gians of twenear.)
The Dugout was a merry place,
however. . Generally 6 a people-"
Singing wiin zu oi mem wauja
the song.
Why are Legion conventions
supposed to be so moist and
wicked? Well let yon in on a
little secret. The boys who
went over in 1017 and '18 be
came very prood of their
wickedness, and took great
pains to seem wickeder than
they were. And they neer
have grown up.
pen
STOPPED
CHOCOLATE WINNER
NEW TORK, Sept. 16 (AP)
Kid Chocolate, Junior welter
weight champion, easily outpoint- in a six round non-title bout at
ed Frank Farlello of New Tork, the Freeport ktadium tonight
HEN 23 ARRESTED
SIOUX CITT. Ia., Sept. 16
(AP) City and county official!
today moved to clear highways of
farmers' holiday pickets, and ar
rested 23 strikers following a
clash between deputies and farm
ers. Describing as "nonsense." the
picketing of roads to markets
here. Safety Commissioner Thom
as H. McBrlde declared "we In
tend to put an end to this high
way blockade." He detailed eight
policemen to help Sheriff John A.
Davenport's force of 7s deputies.
The move against the holiday
workers, who started their activ
ities near here more than a month
ago in an attempt to keep farm
products from markets and there
by raise prices, came after a week
fn which the strike seemed almost
moribund.
Two farmers, Chester McLar
nan of another and Roy Boettger,
suffered slight Injuries in today's
encounter.
MICKEY MOUSE
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