The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 02, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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Kids' Golff Meet Set
A Mff .porti featurt is to bV added to the local eCtnt with the
announcement by Howard Wcklund, operator of Maples. Sporti
tore, that the firm will sponsor a Kids Golf Tournament at tha
Salem Golf club.
Qualifying action in the meet, which Is expected to be an an
nual affair, is set for Monday, July 11th.
Alter the qualifying firing the lads will be divided into two
divisions for flight play. The Boys division will include young
sten up to and including 14 year. Tha Junior division will be
made up of lads from 15 through 17 yean.
Trtphles.will be presented Jthe medalist, champion and run
neruptnn each division and the various flight winners also will get
cups.
Registration for tha tourney must be: made at Maples by
July 11th. f f
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Jo? Orengo (above) manager of. tha Yakima Bears, shaold ba just
about the happiest pilot la the Western International league, for his
crew haa been firmly planted atop tha standings almost since tha
season atarted. Joe will be giving with tha strategy aa tha Bears
and Salem Solona clash at Waters park tonight at I o'clock In tha
. fourth gam of thtlr long series. The clubs play twin bills Sudsy
and Monday starting at o'clock-
C-Posts Top
I Record Remains Clean
r Salem's Capitol Post American Legion junior baseball crew con
tinued unbeaten in district two action Friday as they topped Stay-t-Mfs
Juniors, 7-3. on Ollnger field. Jim Rock permitted the visitors
but four blows as tha locals racked up their fourth straight second
half win. u
After picki5 up single runs in the second, third and fourth frames
Eldon Russell, the ace of tha Stayton staff, tha C-Posts sewed up
tha game In the fifth with a three-run burst That fair-sized Inning
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Legion Box
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Salem (7)
AS) H PO A
fnlay.l 2 0 0
2 Stew't.m
4 0 8
Crav.3 3 0
f Mitr 3 1
al wg n.l 3 1
lSloan.3 4 2 1 4
1 Jones.e 3 0 16 0
0 Johnson, r 3 16 6
ORock.p 114 1
1 Haueen.l 2 2 6 1
a Highr.r 2
Cox 3
Wioper.l t
Ipfer.m . 2
Fuvell.p 2
Rirhes.r 6
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0 Nelson .2 810
0 Parsoni.i 12 6 2
1 'artbs'n.2 2 0 12
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a Total 38 T 21 6
4 18
002 100 0 3 4 2
011 131 X 7 1
IP AB H K ER SO BB
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Rrrort: Lulav. T. Hifihberaer. Stew-
frt. Parsons. Winning pitcher: -Rock.
.i-.ing pitcher: Rusell. Passed ball : T.
Iitfhbercer. Three-base hits: Haugen.
Blaan. Two-base hits: T. Highberger.
f Piranni. Runs batted in: T. Mln-
Mnrsan. Hauffen. Sloan 2
i thnson. Stolen Dase : nauaen,
Hreir. Stewart, arsons, uoumt piaya
farons to Jscobon to Haugen; aioan
(. Jacobson to. Haugen.
Rhyne Still
First-sacker Hal Rhyne of We
eatche continued to pace tne
Western International league hit
ting parade through games of
June 27th though his average
dropped 26 points to .429, accord
ing to figures released by. the
HjweNews Bureau.
Still holding the runnerup slot
was Yakima's Edo Vanni with a
fnatk of .385. Bob- Cherry of
Salem stood 15th in line with a
J37 figure.,
Vanni continued to lead in hits
with lit and stolen bases with
II. Dick Greco of Tacoma rap
toed two more homers to up his
leading total to 17 while Van
cmner's Jack Warren paced the
runs-batted-in department with
9.
Yakima held the team batting
leadership via a .312 mark. Salem
ranking seventh on its .278 ave
rse. In team fielding Yakima and
Vancouver were knotted for hon
or, each with a .961 showing.
Sa'cm and Spokane rated fourth
'h .956 each. Vancouver easily
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the double play category with
6, Salem standing third via 65
TEAM BATTING
AB H 2b 3b HR Pet
Yakima 2437 ICQ 129 33 1 312
B mfcane ; 240 72 121 33 48
Vancouver j 2:!59 700 11 M 31
Bnrmerton 25J4 747 119 ?3 37
VnaU-hee 2483 718 150 29 34
. T- wm ...... 257 298 131 3
a8 t ... 227$ f 32 2t 38
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K-toria
2233 613 114 23 38
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Stayton
came on singles by Roy Parsons,
Gordy Sloan,; Bill Johnson an
Rock. . I
Stayton picked up a pair of
markers In tha third via a walk.
a double by Ted Highberger ana
a single by Chuck Morgan and
ended her scoring with an un
earned run in' the fourth.
Rock whiffed- nine and walked
four and Russell fanned eight
while walking two.
Elmer Haugen and Gordy Sloan
led the -Salem attack with a triple
and single apiece.
Bill Hanauska i gang, travels to
Oregon City Sunday lor an t JO
game. ' ; -J f;
GENERAL FLIP VICTOR
SEATTLE. July 1 -WV Gen
eral Flip owned by Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Staadecker, won the Long
acres race track feature six fur
long Alburn purs today In
1:11 13 to beat out Cannon and
Gallant Josie. H paid $4.60.
Wl Pacer
X,
TEAM FIELDING
W L DP PO A K Pet.
Yakima
Vancouver
Victoria
Spokane
49 20 44 1788 777 10S 961
39 28 86 1732 73S 101 061
; 35 42 55 1716 747 114 858
3 32 66 1796 818 120 5
31 36 S3 1794 734 115 958
Salem
Tacoma . 24 31 40 58 1822 786 129 833
Bremerton - 31 40 61 184 754 168 840
Wenatche 33 37 58 1903 794 173 938
INDIVIDUAL BATTTNO
AB H 2b 3b hr M Pet
Rhype. Wf n i 231 99 18 6 12 59 429
Vanni Yak 288 111 14 f 6 69 385
Warren. Tac 241 92 16 6 8 89 382
Stainback, Spo ... 162 60 14 1 28 370
Ureco. Tat -Si 255 92 17 S 17.87 361
Barton. Spo ... 238 88 16 4 12 59 361
Cameron. Wen 227 83 IS 6 7 50 3ffl
Tay lor. Bra i 282 100 17 T 11 65 353
Arnertch. Bre , 273 98 21 6 4 43 349
Tornay. Yafc 106, 37 8 4
Zaby. Spo ...1 235 81 12 2
Jenninfis. Yak 241 83 12 S
Orteig. Yik 201 9 13 1
Parks, Spo 174 59 8 10
3 21 349
2 33 345
3 62 344
6 57 343
T 49 338
S 3 337
2 40 335
5 30 333
7 45 328
6 45 328
8 48 334
1 43 323
1 23 323
3 60 322
Cherry, Sal t 343 82 17 3
Rossi. Spo .u 176 59 11
Drtskey. Yak, 243 81 23
Moore. Yak 201 66 12
Sheely. Van ii 177 58 8
Gajnmino. Yak 304 S 11
U Tran. Van 266 86 2
Haskell. Wen .. 223 72 14
Thorn ooni Yak 236 76 IS
Jacinto. Yak ; 247 79 11
Pesut. Wen 206 66 13
Raem Br 278 88 16
Mead. Van . 259 82 13
R. Tran. Van 243 77 8
OrteiK. "Sal I; 244 77 IS
Robinson. Van 302 93 10
John-sen, Ta ! 108 34
Pocekay. Bre 290 9113
Richardson. Spo 218 68 12
McDourald. Vic 261 81 21
Hack Vic i 241 74 13
Bucjcola, VioiL 242 74 10
Palry. SfroiL ... ... 274 82 16
I'enrd. Sal g. :.. 165 49 S
R. PattenMn Sal 270 8 9
Stetter. Tac 2l71 80 17
McLean. Van 28 73 13
Carlson. Sal 48 14 S
1 31 320
S 52 320
4 49 317
18 50 317
1 43 317
8 38 316
1 28 313
4 30 313
7 54 314
1 11 58 314
2 3 39 310
2 43 307
4 31 306
3 44 299
1 32 297
7 35 296
4 40 295
4 43 293
6 7 292
Sporer Checks Bears in Finale; I
Single Contest on Tap Tonigbt
The suddenly snappy Salem Senators took a S to 1 lead in their
series with the league-leading Yakima Bears by splitting a Western
International league doubeheader at Waters park Friday night Ya
kima copped the 7-lnning opener S to 0 behind the two-hit pitching
of Bill Swieger, and , Salem won. the second game 9 to 1 as Bus
Sporer barely missed a shuotout.
Only three Senators got on base
In tha first game as Swieger, a
former Portland Beaver hurler.
made 1 sparkling WIL debut It
was Swieger who pitched the
Beavers' win over Salem In an ex
hibition contest ; here earlier this
season. , j
Bob Hedinrton and Pitcher Jim
rOlsen were the only Solans to hit
off Swieger s swift slants. Heding
ton rapped a single in the third
inning and Olsen bashed a hefty
double in the sixth. The only other
Salem player to reach base was
Marty Krug, who drew a walk in
the fifth, and he was quickly wip-
! ed out by a double play.
i The Yaks chalked jup a single
i run in both the first and last
innings. Lead-off batter Edo Van
ni started the game ; by walking,
and moved up to second on a
passed balL Al Jacinto singled
him homt.
Their seventh-frame run was
fashioned by Gene i Thompson's
single, an error by Wayne Peter
son, and a hit by Skip Moore.
Sporer and Bob Drilling were
both practically untouchable in
the early innings of the nightcap.
Sporer allowed only! two hits in
four innings, while jthe Senators
were-collecting only a single blow
off Drilling. .
But baserunning action picked
up in tha fifth. Yakima threatened
in their half of the Inning when
Dick Briskey singled and Gavig
lio doubled, but a twin killing by
theSalem infield stopped a score.
In the bottom half of the same
inning, Salem scored a pair of tal
lies to break a long scoring drouth.
Up until that inning, the Senators
had scored only one run In thelri
last 31 innings.
Marty Krug and Mel Wasley
were handed walks to start the
rally. Bob Hedington singled to
center to score Krug and advance
Wasley to third, and Wasley later
scored on a fielder's choice.
Salem added another pair of
markers in the seventh. Bob Cher
ry singled, and set tha; stage for
one of the wildest plays of the
series.
Marty Krug drilled a! line drive
off the first baseman's glove, and
as the ball rolled i toward the
bleachers. Cherry rounded second
find headed for third. Gaviglio,
Bear first-sacker, retrieved the
ball and tossed to third, but Cher
ry slid in under the throw. Mean
while. Kruf took off for second
base, and Ted Jennings tossed to
Jacinto in an attempt to nail
Krug. But Jacinto let tha ball skip
out of his glove, allowing Cherry
to score and Krug to go to third.
Krug later Scored on Heding
ton's long double to right field.
Salem tacked on a: single run In
the elgth as Wayne Peterson
singled, moved aU tha way around
to third on a sinsla br Bud Pater-
son. and scored .when Bob Cherry
forced. Bud Peterson; at second.
The two clubs continue their
eight-game series with a game at
8 o'clock Saturday night Double
headers art slated for Sunday and
Monday evenings, at- 0 o'clock.
First Oam
Yakima (8) .Safes m
AB B PO A
AB H PO HjZurcher.r S 4 4
Vannl.l 3
0 W.PtsonJ ;
391
Jaclnto.3 3
Gam'o.r 3
Thom'n.l 3
Tornay.e 2
Jen'gs.3 3
Moore.m 3
Brikey. 3
Swlg'r.p 1
Total 24
( Salam
Yakima
2 B. Ptaonj i
1 Cherry jn
OiKrug.l
OjadlncaJ :
trtveara,
OjUen.p
M)ooi i i
Salem
. 000 000 0008 8 1
Pitcher IP AB H I U SO 11
Swisar U 7 31 f 8 I 1
Olsen T 24 4 2 1 4 1
SMtvmw. J , rw . w m wh. . . -
ry. Passed balls: Beard; Left on bases:
Yakima 3. Salem 3. Two-base hits: Ol
en. Runs batted hi: Jacinto . Moor.
Sacrifice: Wasley. Double plays: B. Pe
terson to Krus; Gammlno to Saelnto.
Time: 1 :11. Umpires: Youns and How-
eu. 1
Yippee!
Yakima I , Saleaa v
AB H PO A i AB H PO A
Moore.l 4 0 0 OiZurchcr.r 3 4 10
v a v
ii!
11 3
1
3 8 1
6 4 0
Sacinto.2 4
3am'no.r 4
Tho'n. m 4
Tornay,c 4
Briskey j 4
Jen'fO 4
GaTlio.I 4
DrUnc.p 3
Total 33
Yakima
Salem
Pitcher
Drilling
1 3 SlW.PetsnJ 4
1 3 : 0 E Petanj 4
; i 3 OiCherryn 4
1 3 OKruc.l 2
1 3 SiWasleyJ 1
11 1 llHedctonJ 3
1 1 CarUonx 3
1 1 : 39porer,p 3
13
34 131 Total 23 27 14
; 000 000 003 S 8 1
- 000 020 Six 8 6 1
IP AB H R ER SO BB
S 28 6 8 3 3
i 8 35 8 3 3 4 0
Sporer
Errors:
Jacinto. B. Peterson. Wild
rtches: Dritlinc. Left On bases: Yakima
Salem 3. Two-base bits: Gavillio.
Hedinrton. JennJnss. . Runs batted7 In
Hedington 3. Carlson. Cherry. Jennings
3. Double plays: Brtskey to Sacinto to
Gavuuo: Krue to B. Peterson to Krus
Time: 1:37; Umpires: Young and How
eu. Attendance: 1324.:
Waitkus Again
Operated On '
CHICAGO, July l-4)-Eddie
waitkus, Philadelphia Phillies
first baseman,: left tha operating
table today still carrying a bullet
near his spina, out with both
lungs working,
Waitkus, wounded June 15 by
a mentally deranged typist, un
derwent two hours of surgery to
re-inflate one lung. The lung had
been partially : collapsed by blood
released by the bullet. . '
A spokesman for Billings Mem
orial hospital,! reporting Waitkus
condition as "good." said no fur'
ther surgery is planned. There was
no word as to whether Waitkus will
be able to play ball this season.
He Is expected to remain in the
hospital 10 days. ; .
Manhattan has an estimated 390,
vehicles on its streets every day.
Tea Bad
Beavers Blank
Sac Club 4-0
Hal Saltzman Holds
Losers to 5 Blows
PORTLAND, Ore., July 1
The Portland Beavers collected
four scattered runs including
a homer inside the park by Luis
Marquez as Hal Saltzman
blanked the Sacramento Solons,
4-0, in a Pacific Coast league
game tonight.
It was Saltzman's second
straight . shutout and tenth vic
tory for the season. The Solons
still have the series edge, 3 to, 2.
Tha young Portland righthand
er gave up only five hits.- One of
them was a triple by Joe Marty
in the ninth. But Saltzman
promptly struck out Joe Grace,
stopped Al White on a short fly
to left and wound up the game
by whiffing Ralph Hodgin.
Marquez s inside-the-park hom
er came in the eighth. His line
drive bounced off the right-cen
ter field corner, away from the
fielder.
In other games last night the
San Diego Padres topped the Se
attle Rainiers, 5-2, behind Red
Adams hurling and the. San Fran
Cisco Seals edged the Los Ange
les Angels. 4-3, with Elmer Sin
gleton getting the pitching win.
Sacrament (t) () Portland
bhoa s h r A
Marahjs -33 II MarquexJ 8 18 8
Raimnd.e 3
0 Shupe 1 3 3 6
1 I
4 I 0
4 3 10
White .1 4 0
Hod gin .r 4 2
TaborJ J 0
Wilaon.ra 2
Dropo.l ..8 1
Coscarrtjt 8 8
Dasso.p 2 1
Outlaw .1 I
Liermn.p i 8
Marty 1 1
Grace 1 i
il l nomas 3 8
0 Rucker jn 4
1 Brovlajr
O BaslnskiJ 3 1 6 S
lioiadd.c 4 8 4 1
2 Austins 3 10 3
1'Saltzmn.p i M j
Oi
0
0
0
ToUIs 30 B 24 7 Totals 28 7 37 8
Outlaw grounded out for Dasso la
BUI.
Marty tripled for Marsh in 9th.
- Graca struck out for Ralmondl la
vtn.
Sacramento 000 000 0000
Portland 100 106 OSx 4
losing pitehar-
Pitcher. IP
Dasso T
AB H R
23 3 r
6 14
30 e I
EH SO BB
Lierman 1
Saltonan J
Runs Marauet S. Shu pa. Brovla
S. Shu pa,
Brovla.
Errors aaarsl
Marsh. Runs batted in A us-
tin. Marques, Brovla. Two baa hits
oropo, Shup. Basins M. Three bas
hit Marty. Horn run Marauex. Stol
a basa Marquei. Sacrifices Basin
ski, Thomas. Double plays Marsh to
Coacarart to Dropo; Thomas to Bas
ins ki to Shup. Left on bases Sacra
mento 4. Portland 8. Umpires Bar
bour. Bnts and PowclL Tun 1:40.
Attendance 4237.
Ban Diaae
300 000 S 6 1
Seattle AoO 300
ooo-i t 4
C. Adam. Mooty and Moor: McCaU
an wnite.
Los An! 030 008 1008 f 6
san
lao lrBeiaeo .
1 000 03
Watkins and Burbrlnk:
kinglet.
Uea () and Parte.
Drugs, KCs
Softy Victors
Moo try's Druggists, City Soft
ball laaguo leaders clung to their
load in the City Softball, league
last night- as they edged out a
S-3 win over the Campbell Rock
Wools behind the one-hit hurling
of Jim Rawlins. Another City
gam saw th KCs beat the Ma
rine Reserves, 5-1, as Bob Par
ton twirled a two-hitter. In In
dustrial action the Clear Lakes
topped the Maple Dairys. 4-3, as
Kllllnger spun a three-hitter.
Th deciding run In the Mootry
Wools tilt came when Oilie Wil
liams singled in the seventh and
eventually stol home. George
Roth gave the Druggists only four
blows.
The KCs put their game away
with two runs in the fifth and
three mora in the seventh. Sin
gles by Al Alley and Bruce Weis
ner helped In the latter Inning.
Maple Dairy .
Clear Lake
Lowry and
Bressler.
000 811 1 s $ S
100 201 4 3 3
Steifer; ICillinger and
Wools
.100 81 83
Mootrys 001 001
14
Roth and Singer: RawHns and Hen-
KCs
Marines
Parton
Eahleman.
. 000 030
000 001 01
Alley; MeLsod
Silverton Tops
Portland Crew
SILVERTON. July 1 f Scoecial)
Two runs in the ninth inning on
an error, a- triple by WaHy Fla
ger and a single by Leo Shinn gav
the Silverton Red Sox a close 7-
win over the Mecca Lunch club of
Portland hero tonight
Bill Hanauska went the route
for - the Red Sox,! giving up 10
hits. The Meccas got six runs
off him through tht, fourth, fifth
and seventh innings. ,
The Silverton collected a tally
in the fourth when Flager gained
base on an error and then stol
three successive bases to score.
The big explosion of the evening
was the Sox's four : runs in the
sixth frame. Those markers came
on two walks issued by Sid Green,
singles by Hatteberg and Hanau
ska and a triple by Ted Kerr.
Mecca 000 130 200 - 10 2
iUverton 0O0 104 002 7 7 2
ureen, Lund (6) and Scott; Han
auska and Kerr. i
WESTER IXTXKMATIONAL
W L Pet' W L. Pet
Yakima si Z3 Salem 33 .431
Vanc'ver 41 2S JIS.Tmwii S3 43 .431
Spokane 41 33 J5C Bremton 32 93 .433
Wenatch. 33 3 .467 Victoria 2$ 34 Ml
Last night's results: At Salem a-S.
Yakima 3-1. At Vancouver a, Tacoma
L At Victoria 3. Bremerton B. (Sec
ond game page one.) At Spokane IS.
Wenatcbee IS. (Second' game page one)
COAST LEA GUI
W L Pet W L Pet
Hollywod 61 3S .629 Saa Diego 48 48 .500
Seattle 34 44 348 San Frisco 44 53 .463
Sacrmnto 47 47 .497 Portland .43 SI .465
Oakland 47 48 .49 Los Angta 39 57 .407
Last night's results: At Portland .
Sacramento 0; At Seattle 2. San Diego
5: At Hollywood -Oak land (Scores on
page one i: At San Francisco 4. Los
Angeles 3.
: AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet W L Pet.
New fVrfc 45 24 .652 B'ton ... 32 32 .522
PhiladlDh 40 30 71- wasmurin si .w
Cleveland 36 30 345 Chicago -28 42 .400
Detroit .38 32 .543 St. Louis 47.239
Friday results: At Washington 4
New York 5: At Philadelphia 11. Bos
ton 6; At Cleveland 3. St. Louis 1; At
Etetron e. uucago -
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W I. Pet. W L Pet.
Brooklyn 41 27 .603, New York 34 34 .300
St. Louis 40 28 .588' Cincinntt 28 38.434
Boston 39 32 349 Pittsburgn 37 M) .403
Philadlph 38 33 .5351 Chicago -27 42 .391
Friday remits: At new totk .
Brooklyn 1: At Chicao 8. Pittsburgn
5: At Boston z. piuiaaeipma 1 u
Innings); At St. Louis 2. CinclnnaU 10.
Prison Sets
4th FroKc
Jmly 4th Is rUin sxesusd and
one agmla the Inmates at tha
state prison art preparing far
their annual Fourth Frolic. The
pen's Independence day doinrs
are net open to the public, the
laughs and other snappy fea
tures of the program being- re
served for the prisoners. It'
the ne day In the year when
tha Inmates ran "let them
selves go."
The day's program will In
clude everything from boxing
to the Lifer's race. Therell bo
snrlnta and distance competi
tion. The venerable three-
legged raeo will be on th
agenda aa will such parts of
the pen's tradition aa th old
man's race, the fat mans' race,
and the cattle between 4 the
mounted gladiators.
Once again Warden George
Alexander haa ruled out th
polo vault for obvious reasons.
The boxing competition, one
of the highlights of the cele
brations, will Include six bouta;
Boat Classic
Billed Today
DETROIT. July 1-UP)-A classy
field of nine speedboats was tun
ed up today for tha 42nd annual
running of th gold cup race tomorrow.-'
Several other boat owners hur
riedly sent their craft lirough
qualifying trials In hopes of win
ning; a starting niche in the race,
oft referred to as the "Kentucky
derby of American speedboat
racing."
Among lata qualifiers1 today
was Henry J. Kaiser's hot metal
which did three laps around the
2 Mi mile course at an average
of 67.601 miles per hour. The
qualifying requirements was 65
MPH.
Thrill Circus
Due the 4th
Th "Circus of Thrills" a two-
and-a-half hour show laden with
thrills . and reckless speed on
wheels, comes to Salem for the first
time in history on the afternoon
of July 4;
Kn Baker, promoter de luxe
from Hollywood, is presenting the
show, and if the "Circus of Thrills'
is as spectacular as some of his
Hollywood productions, th thrill
circus should certainly be one of
the entertainment highlights of a
lifetime. 1
Featured in th thrill show are
a troup of daring but expert auto
mobile and motorcycle drivers,
who play leap frog with gigantic
busses, smash into each other head
on, roll over at high speeds, and
are able to take a bow afterward
they hope!
The show is slated to open at
2:30 on the States Fairgrounds
track. Local promotion is being
handled through the cooperation
of fair director Leo Spitzbart and
racing promotor Jimmi Ryan.
,
By the Associated Press
Th Yaneoaver Capilanos
streaurtheBed their hold on see
nd nlae In the Western Inter
atlessal lesfs itaasian last
night as they, licked the Tacoma
Tigers, l-t, wtta the aid of a
14-hlt attack. Featare of the
Tancovrer offensive was a pair
of Isooaers by Bob McLean.
In the first gam of a twin
bill th Spokane Indians thor
oughly walloped the Wenatche
Chiefs. If-S. Fhre homers were
hit daring the fracas. Jack
Parks and Larry Barton swatted
for the elrenit for-the Indians
and Eichey Myers, Clint Camer
on and Dick Faber pat 'em over'
the wall for the Chiefs. Spokane
tetaurd 19 hits off three Chief
barters. j
Caps,
Indians
t The) Statesman. Salem. Oregon, Saturday, July 2. 1949
Ted Climbs to
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LONDON. July 1 Ted Schroeder,
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tennis championship cttp after defeating Jaroslav Drobny of Czech
oslovakia today in the singles finals. Behind Schroeder is the
Duchess of Kent who made the presentation. Score of the finals
was 3-6. S-t, 6-3, 4-. -4. (AP Wlrephoto.vtad radio to The States-
Lineups Announced
For All-Siar Game
CHICAGO, July l-(iP)-Tho National and American League 'start
ing lineups for the All-Star game July 12, picked by vote of 4,637,743
fans, were announced today.
The starting teams must pe used for at least the first three
innings of the game at Ebbets
field.
Th Chicago Tribune, which
conducted th poll, said th heavy
vot was a record and exceeded
by 929,830 th figure last year,
when the game was played at St
Louis.
Th starting Ijneupa and thir
batting averages:
AMERICAN
IB Eddie Robinson, Wash.
2B Cass Michaels, Chi.
SB George Kell, Det .
SS Eddie Joost, Phila
LF Ted Williams, Bost.
CF Dom DiMaggio, Bost.
RF Tom Henrich. N. Y.
C George Tebbetts, Bost.
' NATIONAL
r
IB Johnny Mize, N. Y.
2B Jackie Robinson, Brook.
.244
.365
3B Eddie Kazak; St Louis M2
SS Harold Reese, Brook. 320
LF Ralph Kiner, Pitts. 347
CF Stan Musial, St Louis 303
RF Willard Marshall, N. Y. -20A
C Andy Seminick, Phila. 280
Lou Boudreau, manager of the
world champion Cleveland In
dians, and Billy Southworth, who
directs the Boston Braves, Nation
al league champs, will direct the
respective All-Star teams and will
pick the pitchers, probably eight
or nine on each side. Each squad
will include 23 players.
O AS H Pet.
. 68 273 S3 M .360
Robinson. Dodgers
Kelt. Timers
S9 ZM AS 83 J3ii
Schoendteast. Cards 4 273 41 83 .341
Kiner. Piratas 68 S41 47 88 04
DiMagfio. Rad Sox 63 361 S SS J30
Wrtx. Tigers L-71 279 43 90 J23
Horn runs National lea rue: Kiner.
Pirates 19. Musial. Cardinals 14. Cor
don. Giants 13. WesUake. Pirates 13
Seminick. Phillies IX American lea true:
Williams. Red Sox 19. Stephens. Red
Sox 17. Joost, Athletics 17. Henribc,
Yankees 16.
Runs batted fa National leasrue:
ttootnaon. uoaeers so, &a
54, Hodges, 6oders 84.
league: WUllam. Red Sox 8
Red Sox 73. Wertx. Tlxers
Robinson. Dodgers 80, Emus. Phillies
4. American
SO. Steohena.
xtger 7.
Tars Grab Wins
Th BremerUn Blaejaxkets
boat the Yktoria AthleUca, 1-2,
in th opener of a holiday don
bleneader. ror errors in the
As Infield handed the Brans
I five jnms in the forth frame.
i John Marshall racked arr his
. 15th pitching win for the 'Jack
ets.
(Second game results will be
found on page 1.)
Wenatche
. 380 611 3 8 13
Spokane
. 19 321 319 19
Btakop aatd Parks; Capnaeer. Me-
couaaa (31. refers (4) aad reset.
Taesnma tt 628 I 8 18 1
Vaneevrer . 318 88 XS40 14 6
Laser Clary (9) and Warre: Css-
tea. BUmasfataer (Tl as Sheely.
Rreaaerten ie s8 t 6 11 3
Victoria , ,", 116 88 88 3 4 4
MarshiB Kniti; , 4aes,
299
298
353
303
20
..331
289
....323
Lse. Drew 14) and Hay.
Tennis Heights
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Calif omii star, holds Wimbledon,
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V
In Golf Meet
WASHINGTON, July 1
Thanks to a red-hot, putter, stocky
Al Smith of Winston Salem, N.
C, blazed an eight-under-par 84
today to grab tho lead in the
first round of the Washington
Star tpen.
The four-day, 72-hoIe $15,000
tournament was full of first day
surprises. The boys who usually
grabbed the headlines missed to
day. Smith is 25th among the
money winners for this year. And
th two immediately behind nun
Ky Laffoon of St, Andrews,
I1L, who had a 65 and Skip
Alexander, of Lexington, N. C
third with 68 aren't among
the leading cash collectors at all.
- Ana where were th tourna
ment lavorites, . national open
champion i Cary Middlecoff 1 and
Sam Snead? Both had 69s which
is three under par and hence a
pretty fair score. But the way
the scores were falling today, it
meant that 14 shot better than
they did and nine mors who shot
just as good. v
DeMoss Loses
Tourney Test
LINCOLN, Neb., July 1 -m
A Texas ; trio and a girl from
Illinois, as expected, made it into
the semi-finals of the Trans
Mississippi women's golf tourney
today.
Matched tomorrow afternoon in
the semis-will be slim, deliberate
Betty Mackinnon, Mt Pleasant,
rex and Marjori Lindsay, th
Decatur, 111, star who has been
playing great golf in the first
match. In th second Texans
Polly Riley, Fort Worth, th de
fending champion, will tangl
with Betsy Rawis of Austin.
Miss Mackinnoiv her putter
working extremely welL took out
Grade DeMoss of Corvallis, Ore.
4 and 2, taking a three hole
margin on tho first nine.
Oregonians
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Braves Win in 12th
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By Ralph Koden I
NEW YORK. July ,l-p-The
Washington Senators stopped Jo
DiMaggio's home run spree to
night but the New York Yankees
staged garrison finish, -scoring
four runs in the ninth to beat tho
Senators, 5-4 and protect thelr.SVt
game American league lead.
DiMaggio, who played his first
game of the season Tuesday a
gainst the Red Sox irt Boston, en
tered ionlght, game boasting four
home runs in three games. Tho
best he did tonight was s single
and walk in four trips.
All-star Shortstop Eddie Joos
blasted his 17th homer and drove
In five runs to lead the second
place Philadelphia Athletics to a
11-5 romp over the sagging Red
Sox. . i 4;;
The Cleveland Indians took over
third place from the Detroit Ti
gers by two percentage 1 points,
heating the St Louis Browns, 3-1,
while tho Tigers dropped a 4-0 de
cision to the Chicago Whhe Sox.
Former Tiger Al Benton stop
ped th Brownies on six hits, ono
of them Jack Graham'sX tenth
homr of th season. Th In
dians scored two unearned mm off
Jo Otsrowskl in the first inning
to cuncn matters. ;!
Lefty Bill Wight tamed th Ti
gers with a neat five-hitter. Homo
runs by Stev Souchock, Red Kress
and George Metovich accounted
for all of tho Chicago runs;
Brooklyn maintained its on
game National league lead over
the St Louis Cardinals as the Red
Birds failed to take advantage of
th Dodgers' 4-1 loss to tji New1
York giants in the gfterqoon by
losing a 10-2 game to the Cincin
nati Reda under the. lights In St.
Louis. -j
Big Don Newcombe had tho
Giants blanked, 1-0 going into
the seventh when they tied th.
score. The Giants drov New
combe out In the next round with
a three run rally to clinch Dave
Koslo's fourth triumph, ii
Crafty Ken Raffensberger teased
the Cardinals, allowing 12 shits but
th Reds whacked Harry Brecheeii
and thre relief pitchers1 for 15
safeties including three each by
Bobby Adams and Grady; Hattoa
to win in a breeze. ' I:;
Th Boston Braves edged th
Philadelphia Philliest 2- in 1J
innings to snap their third1 place
tie with the Phils. Vera Bickford
scored tho winning run from third
bas on Al Dark's single. K
itank bauer slammed the Chic
ago Cubs to a 8-5 triumph over tho
rittsburgb Pirates. Sailer's homer
in the fifth off Murry j Dickson
launched a- game-winnihx thre
run rally. jv
Aperican Leagne
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