The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 07, 1933, Page 8, Image 8

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    The OREGON "STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday, June 7, 1933
erton Juniors to
fought struggle by B-2 score.
strom; Presbyterian, Hale and
Barrett; First Methodist. Eekman
and Carkin. Umpires were Dwlght
Adams and Gas Moore.
Batteries were First Christian,
Lewis and McCandlish; Ameri
can Lutheran, Serdots and Sal-
.... . . . - - j
No-Hit Chucker, Brother of
Famed Orville, Chosen;
Game is at 4:30
Is Oyer? Anxious; Thy e Wins
Fast - Bout; Ex-Gridder
V Stronger, Faster
J p Very rough f S'i Sf
. American Legion Junior base
i ball four years ago brought Into
the limelight a wiry lad who was
destined to make history in this
particular class of ball by pitching
a Marion . county team, sponsored
that year " by Silverton, tQ the
Northwest division championship.
That lad, Orvllle Schwab, gradu
ated out of the junior baseball
class Immediately following his
big accomplishment, but another
youth of the same family has risen
up to carry on the family honor
and Silverton's.
The younger brother, Arland
Schwab, gave notice of his arrival
as a moundsman by hurling a no
. hit, no-run game for Silverton
high this spring, going on from
there to win half a-dozen starts.
It so happened that he pitched
neither of Silverton's games
against Salem high.
This afternoon local fans who
have been watching this bear's pro
gress from afar, will have their
first opportunity to see him in
action; when the Silverton Juniors
come here to play the Salem Jun
iors at 4 p.m. on OUnger field.
The' Salem team defeated SH
verton ten days ago at Silverton
in a practice game, but they did
not have to! look at young
Schwab's assortment of throws on
that occasion. Several Salem
pitchers, with excellent support,
held Silverton to two runs in that
game however, and Salem s
chances are good if they can col
lect a few tallies against Schwab s
Coach Harold Hauk of the Sa
lem Juniors was not certain last
night whether he would make any
in hi lineun or not. He
expeets to start Francis Gatchell,
who made a good showing against
Woodburn despite the fact that he
had been ill for several days just
before the game, on the mound if
the Jefferson boy is in good con
dition today. There is some pos
sibility that Mike Miller may be
moved to third base and Hum
phreys may be given a chance in
the outfield.
STAYTON, June 6 The Le
gion Junior baseball team went
down to defeat here Sunday when
it played Silverton. the score be
ing 15 to 10. Stayton held a 6 to
1 lead until the fourth Inning,
when Silverton ran In eight scores
on account of ragged fielding.
rhamn. oitchlng for Stayton,
struck out nine men, while Coom-
ler tor Silverton strucit oui live.
Grande Ronde
Noses Ahead
Of Elks Nine
"V'-,"7"ia wrsnndar
Miem him -
was out. opeianu
"L" ."Z
1- Vila, -pita t. I
gins, uurnus iui
pires were given plenty of close
iYeu uencrr dwvv "
decisions to iron a;
was orana; Konae s cuic wuss" i
or tne aay.
Salem Elks 10 8 3
Orand Ronde 11- 10 5
Scroegins and McCanery; cope-
land, Rigga and Hudson
T. PAUL. June 6 (Special)
-Sl V? ,5ior.
;Li7intlmr to the havoc created
by IS St. Paul bingles by mixing
in eight errors.
Lena Elder 1 " 8
St. Paul ..1 12 13 z
Balschoness and Bartn; busee
and Klrsch,
SHEDD. June 6 (Special)
Harrlsburg's Mid-Willamette lea-
gue team i continued its winning
stride here Sunday, aeieatea
Shedd 11 to 2. Gilbert of Harris-
bnrg hit a home run. Tuttle,
southpaw Just out of high school,
struck out eight Shedd batsmen
and allowed only six Hamsourg
hits. Wymer of Shedd fanned ten
but needed relief.
Harrisburr 11 13 2
Shedd z ft
Tuttle land Burnett; Wymer,
Elder and Corbin.
TANGENT, June 6 (Special)
Tangent won from Lebanon
here -Sunday, 8 to 2. Lebanon's
10 errors played a major, part in
handing Tangent Its third victory
of the season.
Lebanon ! 1.2 7 10 !
Tangent . .... 8 11 2
Batteries: Robins and Simpson; j
L. Bault and McKean.
MEHAMA, June 8. The Me-1
hama nine defeated Scio here
Sunday, 15 to .0, Johnson hold
ing the visiting batsmen to four
hits. Mehama played errorless
ball while Scio made four bob
. bles. The Mehama team collected
20 hits oft Beat pitching for the
visitors. '! Ledgerwood and Watts
were the heaviest hitters for the
home 'team.r Mehama plays Tur
ner next Sunday. July 4 the
Stayton team comes here when
Mehama celebrates Independence
day. Sunday's game:
Mehama ............15 20 0
Scio ................ 0 4 4
Johnson and Watts; Beat and
The Silverton Hills baseball boys
defeated the River Rats 17 to 141
Bundkv on the local diamond.
W. L. Pet.
New York 27 17 .614
Pittsburgh 25 16 .610
St. Louis 28 18 .609
Chicago . . . .' 25 22 .532
Cincinnati 23 23 .500
Boston 20 27 .426
Brooklyn 18 25 .419
Philadelphia 16 31 .340
BROOKLYN, June 6. (AP)
-The New York Giants clung to
the National league lead and
swept the three-game series by
defeating the Dodgers 7 to 2 to
day: Mel Ott and Hack Wilson
got home runs.
New York 7 9 0
Brooklyn 2 8 1
Hubbell and Mancuso; Carroll,
Mungo, Thurston and Lopes.
Scoring three runs off Allwyn
Stout in his first start for Cin
cinnati, St. Louis today won a
drawn out game 6 to 2.
31. IjUUIS .............O 10 J,
Cincinnati , 2 4 0
Hallahan, S. Johnson and Wil
son; Stout, Benton and Hemsley,
Chicago defeated Pittsburgh. 5 to
3 today, eettlne four runs ntt
agnon In the eighth.
Chicago 5 12
Chagnon, Swetonic and Grace;
Rot Tinning, Bush and Hart
nett Tavlor
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Second Day of
Swim Campaign
girtv bovs. about half if them
heSiers. turned out yesterday
fr "cond day of the "Learn
to Swim" campaign which Is be-
mg put on by the Y. M. c. A. this
week. This number represented a
considerable increase over the
turnout Monday,
The swimming instruction Is
bein? given free of charee' with
Gus Moore and Owight Adams
acting as leaders. All boya of 10
years of age and over are-Invited
to attend the remaining two days'
classes, which will be held on
Thursday and Saturday.
a similar class for girls of the
same age will be held todav and
continuing on Friday.
Y ,
i 1 1
In keepta with Chicago's reputation for dolor thlnM to blar ws
wJnthan J, America's tolckSS were 2eT 2
SfMtTJiJ 4 S16 Wori4 Dnicker. of the University
ol Michigan, and W . Garner, t Mt are here shown at their novel Jo
, wiUi an Oriental paeda fox a backoond. "
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Maxes, in the Pink, Await
Battle Gong; Odds Favor
Ex-Champ by Wide Margin
NEW YORK, June . (AP)
Lacking the turbulent last min
ute arguments of the old days,
but with interest and feeling run
ning almost as high as it did
when Tex Rickard was at the
helm. Jack Dempsey's battle of
the Maxes worked out of the
training camp stage today and
into the metropolis.
Max Baer, the bronzed giant
from California, packed his train
ing clothes and lolled about his
camp at Atlantic City. Schmel-
lng, the methodical Teuton who
held the heavyweight title al
most two years and wants it
back, took his final boxing drill
at his country club camp on Lake
Swannanoa, N. J.
Baer weighed in around 210
pounds after his last workout and
Intends to "dry out" another
pound or so. He will boast a
weight advantage of about 20
pounds over Schmellng, in addi
tion to inches in height and
reach. .
WOODBURN, June 6 The Jun
ior Legion team was defeated by
the Postofflce Pharmacy team of
Portland by a score of 19-8 In the
Legion park grounds here Sun
day. Kahut got a home run in
the ninth Inning. The Postofflce
team made 19 runs, 18 hits and 3
errors, Woodburn, 8 runs, 8 hits
and 8 errors. This was not a
scheduled game. The next game
on the Junior schedule will be
played at Stayton Wednesday aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock.
The Woodburn Aces also lost
their game played on the high
school diamond with the Union
Athletics, by a score of 8-7.
The Dr. Donnelly team of Colts
won an 8 to 4 game from the
state training school boys at the
training school grounds Sunday
afternoon. These boys are all ad
der 14 years of age but are play
ing some Interesting games.
Next Sunday the St. Paul boys
team will play the training school
boys, at the school.
The Irish' Free State expects
many visitors from America this
-, i
' 0
The odds In favor of the splen
didly conditioned Schmellng leng
thened. His crowding offensive,
bolstered with a sharp, cutting
left Jab and a right cross that
has knocked out Johnny Risko.
Mickey Walker and Young Strib
ling, seems the perfect battle
style against a big, wide open
target of the Baer type. Today
Schmellng was mentioned at 2
to 1. Baer's strength, It was
conceded, lies In his apparent lm
perviousnees to punishment, his
reckless courage, and the body
belting power In the long arms
that hang from the widest, shoul
ders of any heavyweight In the
ring today.
Ticket sales went along mer
rily again today as a warm sun
and bright skies encouraged the
belief In favorable weather re
ports for Thursday. Dempsey be
lieves the attendance will be
well over 60,000 with gate re
ceipts edging close to the $300,
000 mark.
t 7 n i firm"
The Battle of the Maxes is
scheduled for Thursday night in
New York and at this distance, it
looks like quite a contest; more
so than the Schmellng - Sharkey
bout last year. Sharkey, who took
the crown away from the German
Maxie, is slated to meet Camera
this month, and when that's over
the heavyweight situation will be
getting somewhere. We can't per
sonally tell you a thing about it,
but The Statesman's Associated
Press machines are . still running,
and we expect to furnish you the
The time of the Baer-Schmellng
fight will be about 5: SO
p. m. Thursday, and we have
arranged with the Cherry City
Baking company and Gardner
Knapp to have public address
rap here In front of the office,
and the full blow-by-blow ac
count of the battle will be giv
en. Make your curbstone reser
vations early. As far as we have
been able to learn, there will be
no radio broadcast; if there is
it will be Indirect, as Jack
Dempsey has announced there
will be none from the ringside.
So come and enjoy the party.
We'll do our beet to make it
lively, but that Is largely vp to
the Maxes.
Some of us thought Pat Finne
gan was a fine fellow but not
much of a wrestler, when he was
causing feminine hearts to beat
faster hereabouts several months
ago. But Pat appears to be getting
up in the world; he knocked over
Jack Reynolds, the 147 pound
welterweight champion, In a non-
title bout recently in Springfield,
O. Pat is now out after a title
bout with Reynolds, and he sent
up a Springfield sport page which
goes into raptures over his im
proved status. Pat is a home town
boy there. .
The Eugene Townlee wm
com here) Sunday to meet the
Senators, aad.whe 'Squeak'
Wilson and Bob Wiltshire &
est there oa the mound, there
likely to be another dueL Wilt
shire held Wolf ers Federals to
even hits Sunday, but the Fed
erala won because Treadway
Charles held the towulee to
Bill Relnhart's Tbwnles, never
theless, present no puny scoring
threat, with inch sluggers as
Cotter Gould, Johnny Londahl,
Chester, Russell, Van Dura and
Shaneman la the hatting order.
W. L. Pet.
New York 31 13 .705
Washington 27 21 .563
Chicago 25 20 .55ft
Philadelphia 23 20 . 535
Cleveland 28 23 .531
Detroit 21 25 .457
St. Louis 17 32 .347
Boston .....14 30 .318
NEW YORK. June 6. (AP)
A six run outburst In the sixth
and seventh innlnrs. climaxed bv
uaDe Kutn's 11th homer of the
season gave New York a 3 to
4 victory over Boston fn today's
second game after they had won
tne first, 4-0.
Boston a 11 1
New York 4 8 0
H. Johnson and Ferrell: Pen
nock and Dickey.
Boston 4 9 1
isew xoric 8 10 1
Rhodes. Weiland and Ferrell
Brennan and Dickey.
(AP) with home runs by
Miccey uoenrane and Ed Coleman
and good pitching in the pinches
by Roy Mahaffey. Philadelnhia
defeated Washington today, 8 to
Washington ,. 4 H 2
Philadelphia 8 10 1
Stewart, McAfee. Burke and
Sewell; Mahaffey and Cochrane.
ST. LOUIS. June 6. (API
Chicago hit opportunely today to
wln from St. Louis, 5 to S. for
the fourth consecutive game.
Chicago 5 9 3
St. Louis 3 9 1
Lyons and Grube; Blaeholder.
W ells and Shea, Crouch.
Lvnwood "Schoolboy" Rnwn
pitched Detroit to a 5 to 2 victory
over Cleveland today.
Detroit S 11 1
Cleveland 2 7 2
Rowe and Hayworth; Harder,
Brown and Spencer.
Lights Fail
So Beavers
Can't Play
W. L. Pet
Portland ...........36 24 .600
Hollywood .........35 26 .574
Sacramento ........36 27 .571
Los Angeles ....... .33 28 .541
Mission 22 31 .508
Oakland ....27 34 .443
Seattle 23 25 .397
San Francisco 23 40 .365
(AP) Where were the ball play
ers when the -lights went out 7
The answer tonight was "at
San Francisco Seals stadium."
And what did they -do about It?
They went home. So did the fans
who turned out to see the Mis
sions and Portland open their
luu dico uuuci vuw liuvoih
The blowout of a main fuse
. .
mm t -1 Ji,,- .V I.--
four hours to repair the dam-
age. The game, which hadn't
started, was postponed.
Los Angeles -.. 8 14
Sacramento .......4 12
' (10 Innings)
Newsome, Ballon and, Cronln:
Flynn, Saundes and wins.
Seattle .
Plllette and Cox; Page, Wet-
sei and costa, TDbin,
San Francisco S S 2
Oakland 4... 1 I 2
Zlnn and Mclsaacsi Joiner
and veltman.
m. 1 league kitball game Tuesday ev
They socked Charles' , offerings enlng on Sweetland field, 9 to .
mightily at that, but those roam- ia a second game the Presbyter
!ng Federals got under most ct iana advanced a step lj winning
them. . , from First Methodist in a hard
Aged experience ' met youthful
strength, in .the main, 'event last
night at the armory., and won; but
not by virtue of superiority.-Ev
erett Klbbons, because of freakish
luck and a quick flare 'of hot
headed temper, threw himself
with his own body scissors, giving
Ted Tbye the decisive fall.
The third round lasted a mln
ute. and ten seconds. Thye had
thrown Ribbons . out of-the ring
with an arm twist. Klbbons. boil
ing with rage, charged back into
the ring, punished Thye severely
with elbow blows to the face and
neck, and then leaped to apply
the body 'scissors.' Thye turned
away from the lump. Klbbons
hold went home in reverse, and he
fell to his back for-the count of
The match was rood and excen-
tionaliy fast, due perhaps to the
cat-like agility of Klbbons. Un
doubtedly, it was the best heavy
weight grappling contest witness
ed here in years. Tbye met his
downfall In the first round after
a naif hour of wTestllnz. Klb
bons was the aggressor, constant
ly working to keep Thye in the
middle of the ring. Thye, ordinar
ily an average clean wrestler,
used his fists, kicked, and refused
to break clean in his attempts to
"get" Klbbons and ston the rush
ing tactics of his stronger oppon-
eni. .lDDons finally took the fall
with a flying body scissors. He
lost the scissors as he hit the
floor, but held Thye with a body
press. Tne second fall went to
Thye with a wristlock. Kibbons
weakened himself by a leap Into
tne ropes. Ho fell back on his
shoulders, and Thye Dinned him
down. The time for the second
fall was 4:50.
In the second match. Herman
Olson and Chet Wiles went to a
draw. Olson, as usual. disDleased
me fans wlfh his subtle way of
using his fists. The first fall went
to Olson in 23:20, with a ham
merlock. Wiles took the second
round with a series of chin locks,
iiying mares, and body presses in
2:30. The draw came in the third
round, when both grapplers gave
up the ghost simultaneously.
Wiles had a step-over toehold on
Olson and Olson had a hammer-
lock on Wiles.
Patchln substituting for Joe
Gardlnler, who failed to appear
for his match with Prof. Newton,
took a victory from the Prof in 11
minutes flat. He knocked Newton
out by throwing him out of the
ring with a reverse spin. New
ton's right shoulder was badly
Western Paper Convertinr kit-
ball team clinched a place in the
playoff next week, by defeating
Hollywood Auction 6 to 2 Tues-
aa n,ht. Suing of Western Pa-
Der nlt home run and Singer
struck out nine batsmen while
his mates played errorless and
spectacular ball behind him.
Tonight Pade's Grocery will
play Salem Golf club, and Valley
Motor win meet Capital Journal.
One game Friday night will wind
up tne series. Teachers and Sa-
,em i"n
Mills are sure of
places in the playoff which will
start Monday. Pade's will be the
fourth team if it wins one of Its
two remaining games.
Western Paper 6 8 0
Hollywood .'. 2 5
H. Singer and L. Sinrer: J.
Kelley and Martin.
Possibility of more than the
127 boys and young men In Mar
lon county's conservation corps
quota being sent to the forset
camps was seen Monday In re
ports that corps detachments
from eastern states might not ar
rive in the northwest in full
strength. Names of 35 extra
youth in this county who have
qualified for the forest work are
being held by the Red Cross of
fice in case the county's quota
is increased.
The initial quota of 127, with
three alternates, entrained at the
Southern Pacific station here Mon
day afternoon for Vancouver.
WMh., from wbere ty will be
I sent to inmit rimm In h. nnr-
tw r.m tr .11 .t.
I" " tf -w mmm mmmfM W UVUfl
I " ,-immmw avew A4.U
recent graduates from high
ichooU and men who hr9
.Ann). m
As fast as the nearby camps
are manned, the remaining men
in the eounty's quota of experi
enced foresters will be sent to the
woods. Approximately 38 men
bare gone out to date.
nrst i,tmstian
Win at Kitball
Behind effective tossing by
Lewis, First Christian defeated
American Lutheran In a church
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