The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 04, 1949, Page 9, Image 9

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Annual Meet Covers
Five Days, 108 Holes
SANDWICH, England, July 3-(JP)-Thc
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Bobby Locke, in
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role.
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short pants bulge
with trie money
bobby LOCK coliecxea ai u.c
expense of America's top pro
fessiooals the last two years, is a
61 choice in the bookmakers'
latest callover.
Two Englishmen Fred Daly,
the 1947 winner, and Ryder Cup
per Charlie Ward are next in,
wavor at 12-1 and America s j
small but classy delegation is
strung out from there.
Frank Stranahan of Toledo,
Ohto, the 1948 British amateur
titlist, and Johnny Bulla, the
long-hitting ro from Verona. Pa.,
are best-liked of the U. S. invad
ers at 11-1. ,
Thm Statosanan. Salotn, Prxyon,1 Monday,-Julf i-ti 33-1
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Rawls Titlist,
Gals' Tourney
LINCOLN, Nebr., July Zm
Betsy Rawls of Austin, Te.. to
day defeated Miss Marjorie Lind-
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Week's Ring Schedule
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NEW YORK, July J-iT)-Featherweight champion Willie Pep and
three middleweight top a light national boxing program this week.
Pep,of Hartford, Conn., takes on Jean Mougin of France in a non-
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Decatur, I " -2 : an 1 to title ten at Syracuse, . Y., Wednesday night The fight was originally
scheduled last week but was post-
Carolina Star
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win the Womerj's Trans-Klississip
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Miss Rawls had led. we up, on ! poned. y
the first 18 of the 36 hole title' Steve Bdlmse, Pete Mead and
jnah I Joey Do John are the headline
i Kfi-Tiinrf-.rs. Belloise. middle-
I weight contender from New York,
! fancies with Chunky Tony De-
Mkco of Schecta.dy, N. Y., in the
feature eight-rounder at New
York's Queensboro arena Thurs
day. The m mht. Mead, of Grand
AMfS, la., July 3-P)-Twenty- , Rapids, Mich;and De John ot
bvratuse. Clash fdr the tnira tune
in a ten at Rochester, N. Y. Mead
stopped th youthful De John in
their two previous meetings, com
ing from behind each time.
Brink Triumphs
CINCINNATI.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE New
York a Boston (2) Jansen(7-9)
and Hartung (7-7) vs Voiselle
(4-1) and Elliott (1-1). Philadel
phia at Brooklyn (2 morning and
afternoon) Simmons (3-7) and
Thompson (1-1) vs Roe (7-2) and
Hatten (6-4). Pittsburgh at Cincin
nati (2) Chambers (3-1) and
Werle (4-5) vs Blackwell (1-0)
and Fox (4-7). St. Louis at Chic-
Jnlv 3-lfvJim 1 uraiie v ' J ana
thref-year-old Harvie Ward of
the University of North Carolina
won the National Collegiate Golf
tournament today with a 5 and 4
victory over Morris Williams, jr.,
of the University of Texas.
Angels Pocket
Legfrm Victory
MTl ANGEL, July 3-(Special)
The Mt. Angel American, Legion
Junior baseball team chalked a
4-2 district two verdict over Sill-
1 verton's juniors today as Norbert
Wellman turned in a four-hit
mound job. j
Wellmim helped his-cause along
by rapping a two-run single in
the first inning and the Angels
got their clinchim? tally in the
, fourth j and Lincoln, the Silver
ton starting hurler, gave the Ajn-
gels their clincher in the fourth
as he wild pitched a run across.
Silverton scored in the fourth and
' sixth frames. i
Mt. Angel travels'" tot Stayton
Wednesday evening tor a o:ju mix.
Silverton 000 101 02 4' 1
Mt. Aneel 200 101 x 4 5i 0
Lincoln, Lester (S) and Munt
gomery; Wellman and Turin.
Luck Helps Fox
Retain Laurels j
ANCHORAGE, Alaska,; July 3
M&-Aging Tiger Jack Fox, Spo-
kvre. Wash., was floored three
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For Title Mix
POMPTON LAKES. N. J, Joly
3-(AP)-TTie thermometer hit 9$
here today but welterweight
champion i Ray, Kcbinsoii dldnt
slow down preparations for his
July 11 tiile defense against Kid
Gavilan in Philadelphia.
The champion went six rounds,
two each with Al Mobley of New
ark. N. EiclbUe Dallas of New
York and Davie Green of Chicago!
Robinson aaid he would take
no holiday tomorrow and would
work out Tuesday in Philadephia
where he; will be examined by
commission doctors.
Burac of Bucharest, Romania, to
day won the single championships
at the 50th annual tri-state tennis
tournament. j;
Brink, seeded second in 4he
men's division thumped Arnold
Saul of Los Angeles, for the men's
crown 6-4, 6-8, 6-4, 6-0.
The gallstones sometimes found
in cattle are prized byj Orientals as
good-luck and good-health charms,
and sell for $125 per pound.
Chipman (3-1).
AMERICAN LEAGUE Wash
ington at Philadelphia (2)
Scarborough (7-5) and Weik (l-l)
vs Fowler (7-4) and Schieb (3-6).
Boston at New York (2) Mas
terson (4-3) and McDermott (2-1)
vs Raschi (12-2) and Sanford
(4-2) or Shea (1-1). Chicago at
St. Louis (2) Pierce (2-7)
and Gumpert (6-6) vS Garver
(4-7) and Embree (38), Cleveland
at Detroit -r- (2) Bearden (5-6)
and Feller (4-6) vs Newhouser
(10-6) and Houtteman (5-2).
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Competition Hot, Tiifc Show
AIJIANY, Ore July! 3 - (P)
Jin Herroo, Kelso, Wash., world
champion lot blrler, moved! into
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Lebanon, Ore,, was second.
Hap Slyh.il Dalla. Ore, won
the wood chopping contest by
rutting through a four-foot alder
log in 2:08 minutes. It. W. Dlm
Ick, Jefferson. Ore, was second.
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Look and Learn
: I By A.!jC, Gordon
14 What is the total mileage of
coastline "of the United States,
including; the1 AtJantic, Pacific,
and Gulf of Mexico?
2. What is the length of a cord
of wood?; !;!
3. Who was the first democrat
to become president?
4. How,' many feet can a mole
die a run during one nigh'.?
5. Who; governs the District of
Columbia?
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1. 11.936 miles.
2. Eight feet.
3. Andrew Jackson.
4. Sometimes as much as 100
feet. J
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