The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 02, 1956, Page 6, Image 6

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Lefty Fans 14 in 4-1
Horses and Bettors Both Set Records at Lone Oak Track Saturday
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Hod; Two Tilts Tonite
. ' ? Statesman Sports Editor
Thealenr Senators re still out in front of the Northwest League
6-(Sec. I) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Sun., Sept. 2, 1956
Gums Trim Oraves
Lend to 2; Yankees
Bov; to
' Associates! Press Sports Writer ' '
The Milwaukee Braves lead in the National League was reduced
to two games Saturday but through no fault of their own. Appar
ently immune to pressure me Braves came through with a hard
(ought M triumph over St. Louis. But the second place Brooklyn
Dodgers whipped- the New York Glints, S-J. In the afternoon and
then came back at night with a 54 decision on the two-hit pitching
of SeI Maslie and pan Ecssent.
- Cincinna'l s!sa had a "tnushie,"
manning a S-S tie th fiur-m
eighth inning to defeat the Chi
cago Cubs, 74, and remain wilhir
I'i game of the Braves. In the
nthpr National f jamt0 rrint tm
Philadelphia Thillies nipped the
Pittsburgh Pirates., 3-1 to close
' within' a game of the fourth place
'Cardinals. .....
Trllie Trims Lead .
In the American League, the
nvilnnf tnrfiana irimmwt ihml
New York Yankees lead to . 7tt
games with s S-l decision over the
Chicago White Sox while the
league champions were dropping
. a 4-3 verdict to the Washington
Senators. Both were night affairs.
American League daylight
"games saw Boston defeat Balti
- more 4-2 on Ted Williams' two
run homer in the eighth and De
troit whip Kansas City 6-1 - on
Frank Lary's nine-hit pitching. -,
The shutout pitching of Maglie
and Bessent was backed up by
homers by Jim Gilliam and Sandy
Amoros in the sixth inning." Mas
lie was ejected frcm the game for
'deputing a base on balls issued
to Foster CastWman after allow
ing only one bit through - 5l4
Innings. The homers were' the
Dodgws lone hits off Max Surkont
and Windy McCall through eight
Innings but the ,. Dodgers got to
' Hoy-t Wilheliri for three more and
two runs in the ninth. , ,;.
Mantle Goes Hitless v .
Lefty Chuck Stobbs, Only Wash
ington pitcher to beat the Yanks
this year, helped his own ' cause
. by batting in two runs. He limited
the Yanks to eight hits, blanking
Mickey Mantle. Two of the hits
were solo homer by Bill Skowron
and Gil McDougald.
Bob Lemon checked the White
Sox with nine hits in chalking up
his 18th victory of the season and
the 199th of bis major league
career. ' - ' -
Warren Spahn limited the Cards
to two hits but the Braves had to
(Cent page 1, col. 1)
Angels Nudge
Portland, 8-7
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 1 (AP)
Relief Pitcher Dick Drott fan
ned the last two batters as Los
Angeles put down a ninth-inning
rally to defeat Portland, 8-7, in
their Pacific Coast League base
ball game tonight The teams
tiiiit the six-game series.
LNbKKT Angels Nudge (30) . sps
' In other PCL games. Seattle de
feated Vancouver Mi Sacramento
shut out Hollywood 4-0, and San
Dirgo downed San Francisco S-S.
Lm Angeles SOI MO 020-4 it I
Portland 100 OOt 4017 11 1
Thnrpe, Anderson (71, Drott
and Tappet Konlkowskt, Martin Ml,
Lint (7), Alexander ( and Catde-
rone, . , .
Sacramento . (100 101 OW 4 f 4
.. Hollywood 000 OHO 0004 0
Welkins and McNamera: Trim bit,
t) Donnell ( and Paepke.
Seattle . OHO 400 000-4 11 4
Vancouver . . 003 000 1004 S 1
Brenner, Kennedy (S) and Avl
' Ward; Beamon. Bacr.ewiki (I),
Prummond (I) and Neat.
San Dleeo . . .in 1 000-4 11 1
Ian rranclico Ml Out 00 1 1 1
Carmtcnael and Astroth. Henry,
. Abernathle (I), Kiely 1(1 and Badow-
American League
Xanaaa City :. t0 000 O0 I 0
Detroit 210 OOi SO' il 0
Kretlow. MrMahon til. Crimlnan
(1 and Smith; Lary and Wilson.
Vm York
mo mi ono 1 1 1
Wn .hlnllan - 021 01S 0O"
S 1
Rtiirdivant, Brrnt (7) and Brrra;
Biol l and Courtney, L pturdlvant.
Clrvnand' i 1.,....... 000 go Ml 11
rhi. nao . 010 000 004 1 S 4
I,rmm arid Hrxan: Staler, La
palm (7), Kinder (HI and Laliar. L
,. Suley. ... i . ' '
Pulllmore 01 100 010 4 I
.fiw if.n 000 Oil OfN-4 S 0
Hiown. Zuvarlnk (71, Martin (SI,
"'. '"-ra ill and Trlandoa; Sullivan
, nd Wnit. L Zuverink. . ...
National League ,
t OfXI 00 100 1 J e
' Si'lwaokM OiO luO 02 3 I 1
. Mifa and Katt; Soahn and Carn
al!. W Sihn. L-MiU.
First saint;
r li n 0ofl 010 310 I 10 4
t" ' Vnrlt 0U0 OU 100-4 S
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Nats 4 to 3
SO Golf Play
let Flight Match
Won by Bob Prall '
MEDFORD, Ore. Sept. 1 UP) -
! quarter-finalists
; . ,w8 mr ' "P1
third-round match play In the 28th
annual Southern Oregon Cham
pionships here today, 5
' Al Holmes, a 26-year-old Med
ford player, caught defending
champion Bob Atkinson of Portland
on a bad day to pull the big sur
prise. Holmes, an assistant county
district attorney, defeated Atkin
son, 1 and 2. after the Portia nder
missed three short putts on the
front 1 nine.
Ron Mitchell, 21-year-old Chjco
Mate College golfer, who moved
here recently, pulled the other up
set by shading Bob Norquist of
Portland on the 23rd hole. MitcV
etl canned three str ight lO-f.oot
(Jfatts on the extra holes, v
Fsasetk Advances
Joining Mitchell and Holmes in
tomorrow morning quarters were
medalist Rod Funseth of Spokane;
Eddie -Simmons, a former South
ern Oregon champ from Medford;
Grant Braun and George Cichrich,
both Portland: Lynn Creason of
Harrisburg. ' Ps. and Clayton
Lewis of. Medford.
Funseth' defeated R,oy Morgan
of Seattle, 4 and 2; Simmons fin
ished, in two-under-par to beat
Floyd Goetze, Portland. 4 and 30
Braun eliminated Dr. Robert Fox,
Portland, - a - and 2r Ci erl e h
stopped - 18-year-old Biff Lovett.
Portland, 4 and 2; Creason de
feated Bob Rector, Medford, 4 and
3, and Lewis ousted Seattle's Bill
Davidson, 1-up.
Pratt Defeata Tripp
The four women semi-finalists
rested today before starting (he
next-to-last round tomorrow morn
ing. Carole Jo Kabler of Sutherlin,
the defending champion, p 1 a y s
Liaine Porritt, the Oregon Girls'
titlist from Eugene, and Sue De
Voe, Medford, is paired against
Mrs. Bob Ihlanfeldt of Seattle, the
former Edesm Anderson.
Earlier losers met today in the
men's first flight, with these re
sults: !: " ' " ::'.!. i ' ..'
-Bob Ihlanfeldt, Seattle, defeat.
ed V. C, Hallin. Eureka, Calif..
1-up; Bob Prall, Salem, defeated
Gray Tripp, Oswego, Ore., 1-up:
Justin Smith Jr., Medford, defeat'
ed Marvin Clark. Grants Pass, (
and 3; Wayne Sabine, Redding.
defeated Neil MacLean, Coos Bay,
( and 5: Al Alt hens, Medford, de
feated Gordon Marlatt, Eugene,
and I,.
Major League
a AB n H Prt
Moon. St. Louts ' 127 457 SI ISO Xt
Aaron, Mllwaukct 127 4 Ba 100 ..123
scnocnd'mt, N. Y. 104 3M 4d 120 ..113
Kluazcwrki, CI net 121 4H4 S4 US .312
Muslal. St. Loula l.U 411(1 70 1M .300
Virdon, Plttibumh 131 47S (HI 14S .300
Adrock, Milwauk 111 .10 S.I 111 .30
fialley, Cincinnati 100 3.11 ! M till KH
Gilliam, Broonlyn 127 403 150 .304
Banka. Chicago . 1 13 433 , 70 131 Mi
Homo 'rum: Snider. Rrnnklvn ST-
Roblnaon, Cincinnati, .15: Adrock,
Milwaukee. 34. Miithewi. Milwaukee.
34; Kluswkl. Cincinnati 33.
Runa batted In: Munlal, St. ton la.
DJ: Klu.zewikl. Cincinnati, 03: Ad
cock Milwaukee, B2; Lopat. Phila
delphia, SS. Malhewi. Milwaukee, SS.
G AB H H Pet.
Mantle, Mrw York Its m 111 1M Jfll
Wllliama, Boaton 110 319, M 108 .34
Kuenn, Detroit 120 482 , 7S 100 .931
Nlemar. Balfimr ion 3.17' 54 118 .331
MaAwell. Detroit US 402 7S 1.10 -123
Vernon, Boston ' 90 337 57 I OS 323
Kahne. Deir It ' 127 517 74 1M JI5
Runnel, Waahgtn 121 475 00 14S JU
McDouiala N Y; HI W7 70 114
Jenn oBiton -12 475 3 147 M
Home runa- Manila, New York. 47;
Tmon, Wa ilnttun. Jflf Sleven,
Waahinfton, 2; Werti, Cleveland. 25;
Kaline, Detroit, U.
Runa batted In: Mantle, New York,
IIS; Kaline, Detroit, 100: Stmpeon,
Kanaaa City, M: Wert. Cleveland. $V,
Lemon, Washington, H. . j
Totlay Pitcher
Brooklyn at New York (1) Eraklne
(12-71 and KouIjik 12-31 va. AntonelU
113-131 and Worthlnalon (4-121. '.
St. Louln at Milwaukee Diclkion
(ll-fl) va. Trowbrldne (2-1) " a
Chicago at Cincinnati Drabowakjr
(l-ll va. Nuxhall (10-Si..
Phlladclnhlii at Iltlshiirh (21
Robcrla (IS-1,1) nrt Slmmona (11-8)
va. Law H-l',i arid Walen (1-2), . .
Cleveland at Chlcngo Garcia (10
111 va. Kurihnian 111-91.
New York at Whinton Turley
(8-31 va. Stobba (1.1-1(1).
fitv at Detroit- Burnetts
(l-iii va. Hiicft (IS-I3I.
I .llimnrf at Ti.iflton Moora (11-4)
vs. I ui tcfiieitl (3-10(,
Il was a big day at the State Fair's Lone Oak Track Saturday as
the track t Set a new opening day parimutuei Handle record,
watches the lixth race, which was won by Vista Pearl, shown
al the right. Big news of the opening day, however, was
Freddy The
fciT-aiir-llliiiiia a r""ln. y. l ujiijiiijhljjjj ?
. Sunday sorties:
None of us peons are supposed to know what Ike
shoots when on a golf course. But the next issue of "Sports.
. , i Illustrated" will carry a blow-
i A i" J
iLiutruntu Leagu.batting champipnship,
he'll become the second Salem Senator in the history, of
pro baseball here to snatch a batting crown. Jack Rich'
ards (remember him?! was the only other, copping the
Western International League title back in 1942. The for
mer. Willamette U blond nosed out Vancouver's Clarence
Maddern- by less than one percentage point at .351 . . .
. You can tell football season is just about with us by talk
ing to either Lee Gustafson of the Southern Saxons or
Bob Stewart of the Cascade Cougars. Gus insists that
the new one-a-day practice law for Salem teams will be
responsible for losing at least the first two games played.
Stewart swears his Cougars have nothing, and that Silver
ton should win the Capital Conference in a breeze. (If
Stewart should suddenly drop from sight we suggest that
police question Silverton Coach Murl Anderson. He'll have
a motive.) . , . We go along with Gustafson, on his version
of the one-a-day practices, and we trust that those respon
sible for it won't be angry if neither Saxons or Vikings are
rated in the season's "top ten", prep roundups, and fail to
win the district title , . . Then there is little Detroit High
up the Santiam canyon. We' sent an information circular
to Detroit, asking for football team particulars. This is
- what we got back from principal "Doc" Regele: Sorry, no
football team this year. We haven't enough students to fill
even a 6-man team." . . .
Willamina'i Potter Ball Fan for 52 Year
The baseball oldtimers have been hitting the news
. columns lately, and one who should be included is
. ' Clyde Potter who hails from the Wlllamlna area. He
Cont. page T, col. 1)
Ellis, Miklia Slated
In SGC Tourney Final
Cliff Ellis and Pat Miklia will
battle it out over 38 holes today
for the Salem Golf Club' cham
pionship, starting this morning at
9 a.m. at SQC. They will play in
a foursome with tne two final
ists in the-first flight. Bob De-
Armond and Chuck Huggins.
Several of the 13 flights fin
ished -their final round Saturday
and several others will end today.
Ellis gained the finals by de
feating Barney Hodak in their
semifinal match. Miklia advanced
to the finals when his opponent,
defending champion Bob Prall,
was forced to forfeit because his
match was scheduled at the same
time he played In the Hudson
Cup matches in Portland.
Nn-dhanv Tons Kolb
Onv the top 1wo flights Will
play over the 38-hole route. All
other fli"M play ohlv 18. The
second 18 holes todov are expected
to start around 1:15 p.nv
Wyn Need ham won the second
flight by defeating John Kolb in
a close match 1 up. In the fourth
flight, Jerry Classen won over
Tim Campbell 2 and 1.
George . RobardJ captured the
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Fox 1
by-blow description of the
President's first 18-hole round
of a few days ago, carded on
the rugged Cypress Point
Club, at Pebble Beach, Calif.
Briefly, he carded a 91 (he
picked up on one hole),' al
most made a hole-in-one and .
(shhh!) was betting golf's pop
ular dollar-dollar-dollar match
wjth three others. Some of the
Democrats may get a boot out
of the fact that one of the
three other gents was named
Morse. Appropriately enough,
he played against Ike. The ar
ticle, with pictures, comes out
this week ... If Chuck Esseg-
fifth' flight when he defeated
Frank Shafer Jr., recent South
Salem High graduate, on the 19th
hole In another close match. Don
Hendrie took the seventh flight
prize by winning over Joe Gray,
Dr. R, Reynolds defeated Bob
v-n. o j . fc
Kellcy 2 and 1 in the eighth
fiivht nnai.
. . ... I
E. Beckman edged Llovd Mason
1 up .to win the ninth flight.
.Winners Of the various flights
will be awarded their trophies at
k banquet later in the month.
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(,001 fans jammed ; Handicap in which Freddy The Fax galloped to
were tne crowd a1, furlongs on a naii-mue aval tract, me time
leading the field j grow d set record by pouring $121,171 through
in the Inaugural, mark of Jl 16,671.
. '.
Grid Giants Rip Rams 20-10
Don Heinrich
Leads Victory
SEATTLE, Sept. 1 un -Quarterback
Don Heinrich, former Uni
versity of Washington All Ameri
can, put on a passing show for the
home folks today and piloted the
New York Giants to a 20-10 vic
tory over the Los Angeles ""ms
in a National Football League
rroiessionai exnmuion game.
k rrnivrf nf 95 1 uralctioH (ho '
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Tne Rams cracked the scoring
ice when the game was only two
minutes old, but the Giants evenei
it at 7-7 midway in the first pe
riod and had a 17-10 edge by the
halfway mark.
Halfback Tom Runnels put the
Rams on the touchdown trail when
he returned a Giant punt SO yards
before he was dumped on the
New York five. From there Skeet
Quinlan angled over and Les Richt
er kicked the point after touch
down to give the Rams a 7-0 edge.
Tackle Steals Ball
Giant . tackle Dick Modzelewski
stole a handoff from Quinlan on
the Ram 14 a few minutes later
to give the Giants -their first scor
ing chance. Heinrich sent his pow
er runners into the line for short
gains until Mel Triplctt went over
from the one ani Ron Chandler's
kick evened the count.
Heinrich targeted Ken MiiCM
Alee in the end lone with a 3-
yard- touchdown pass that
climaxed a 68-yard Giant march
early in the second period. The
New Yorkers added three more
points late in the stanza when
Chandler bootee a field goal from
the 30.
With time running out in the
half, Norm Van Brocki:n, the vet
eran Ram quarterback from the
(Continued next page)
futurity Won
By Greek Game
CHICAGO, Sept. 1 (AP)
Greek Game and the nation's
leading jockey, Willie Hartack,
today won the $143,510 Washing
ton Park futurity on a disqual
ification of favored California
Kididden by Willie Shoemaker.
California Kid, surging across
a neck ahead of Greek Game in
the six-furlong test for 2-year-olds-
was charged by Hartack
with rough riding down the
stretch Which he said hurt Greek
Game's chartees.
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Vm. v n.ufiM .ih that
Vi;ias lsaa.liftVl VIVI , .a
from the quarter pole, home,
California Kid came- out several
times under Shoemaker's left
handed whipping and bumped
Greek Came,, knocking the lat
ter off ' stride two or three
The-third horse In the field of
seven was Buddy, finishing three
and one-half lengths behind
Greek Game.
Greek Game Trails
Under the revised finish, Greek
Game returned 15. and 12.40.
California KiH nwnoH hv Rex C.
E'lsworth, who went to the post
an even money favorite, paid
$2.60 and $2.20. The show price
on Buddy was $3.60.
California Kid, who had beaten
Greek Game in the Prairie Stake
recently, took charge shortly aft
er the start, with Greek Came
racing strongly just off the pace.
d in !
hiltef aiMark Topples
l. M M 1 1 W lMT 1 -l
W L Pet. W I. Pet
SALEM M 14 .600 Wentch 28 29 41
Yakima 31 21 MS T.ugenr 24 36 .400
LWItn 30 27 .52 Trl-Clty 21 34 .382
Spokan 28 27 .SOB
Saturday a rcauita: at Salem 4. Eu
lent 1: at Yakima 7. Spokane 0; at
Liwuion a, wenatcnee 10.
pacific coast leagli
w L Pet
W L'Pct.
Lob A
ns 7 S.7 ,S47 Sacram 74 77 :490
Seattle St 63 .5S4 S. Fran 7 82 .450
Holywd 7S 7J ,500 S. Die 67 8.1 .447
Portland 7.174 .Am Vnrvcr 2 SS .413
Saturday a resulta: Al Portland 7.
Loi Anielea 8; at Hollywood 0, Sac
ramento 4: at San Francinco .1. San
Dieso 5. at Vancouver 47 Seattle t.
W I, Pet W L Pet.
If. York 83 47 .8:18 Detroit 83 6S 4!I2
Clevelnd 74 S3 SKI "Baltimr 57 70 44
Chicaso 70 57 531 WashBtn 5.1 74 .417
Boston 6 98 .543 K. City 41 R8 .323
Saturday s results: at Chicago 1,
Cleveland 9: 'at Detroit 8. Kansas
City 1: at Waihtnrton 4. New York
3; at Boaton 4. Baltimore 2.
W L Pet W L Pet
Milwauk 79 49.818 Phlhdrl 80fi5 .4MI
Broklyn 77 SI .1102 Pitlsbgh 95 74 .428
Cinclnn 78 53 .59 Chicaeo 51 77 .398
St. Louis S3 68 .488 N.York 50 78 397
Saturday results; at New York
J-0. Brooklyn 5-5; at Pittiburgh 2.
Philadelphia S: at Cincinnati 7, Chl
cafo 3; at Milwaukee 3, St. Louis 1.
Olympic Team
Set for Races
EUGENE, Ore., Sept. 1 (AP)
Some three dozen members of the
U. S. Olympic track and field
team are ready for a Labor Day
Olympic benefit meet here.
They are among 60 athletes
who will compete. It will be the
first major competition since the
Olympic qualifying trials at Los
Angeles in June.
Several world record holders
pre on hund. They include FoV
tune Gardien, former Minnesota
star, in the discus; Parry O'Brien,
ex-Southern California. and nv.v
of the U. S. Air Force, in the
shot put; Jim Golliday, North-
western, and Leamnn King, ;al
ifornia, in . the 100-yard dash;
Lon Spurrier in the half-m-lc;
Charlie' Dumas in the high jump;
Bud Held in the javelin, and Rat
er Johnson in the decathlon.
Bailey, Dellinger Set '
Jim Bailey of Australia and
the University of Oregon will
head a strong field in the 1,500
meter run. Bill Dellinger, his
Oregon teammate and No. 1 man
in the 5,000 meters, also will per
form. Dtillinger holds the Amer
ican record for the distance.
There is a strong field in every
event, making somejipsets pos
sible, , , .
The meet will get under way
at 3:30 p.m. (PST) and officials
say it is so well organized that
it should be completed in "two
to register for
, Work on Prunes
Pculus DroSe
1 4th &
a world record-equaling time for
was 1:1 Z5, The opening day
the windows, topping last year's
At Lone Oak
Staff Writer. The Statesman
Freddy the Fox won an upset
victory in world record time in
the featured Onaugural Handicap
at the State Fair's Lone Oak Track
thoroughbred races Saturday.
Overhauling highlyfavored Ef
forts Duety iii the stretch of the
6i-furlong race, Freddy the Fox
romped home by a length in 1:
19 2, 5.
The previous track record at
Salem was 1:20, set by Hagruder
on Sept. 9, 1948, and track of
ficials announced that Freddy the
Fox' time tied the world's record
for half-mile oval tracks for 6'i
Hart Rides Winner
David Hart rode the winner as;
a 124-pound load proved too heavy j
for Efforts Duety, winner of three I
races at Portland Meadows this
Freddy the Fox carried only 116
pounds and paid his backers a
handsome $18.80 on $2 win tickets.
Even so, the odds on him dropped
from 40-1 to the pay-off level in
the final moments of betting.
Freddy the Fox. a seven-year-old
gelding, is owned by Nita
The world record that Freddy
the Fox equaled was that set by
Venccdor in 1952 at Great Falls,
Betters Set Rerord
Opening day betting was heavy,
with the total amount wagered at
the 10 races, being $121,171. It
compared with $116,678 on open
ing da" lost year and constituted j
(Cont. page 7, col. 3)
Burkemo Nabs
Lead in Open
DETROIT, Sept. 1 Ufl-Walter
Burkema, often challenger but
seldom a champion in medal play,
banked into a one-stroke lead -today
with 211 after three rounds' of
the $20,000 Motor City Open Golf
The husky veteran from Frank
lin, Mich,, clipped one stroke off
par with a 36-36 71 to claim a
one-stroke advantage over San
Francisco's Bob Rosburg.
Rosburg, a-29-year-old, matched
par 72 today and with a 212 total
was all alone in second place.
Burkemo, who shared the first
day's lead with young Don Fair
field of Casey, 111., and led along
with three other golfers at the
halfway point, ' had four birdies
against three bogies that put him
at the top of the 100-gol(er heap.
Five professionals' were locked
In a third place tie. Ed Furgol of
St. Louis, the 1954 National Open
titlist, put together rounds of 70,"
72, and 71 for. his share of third
place. . :
Packing Co.
derby today by a whisker, after upending Eugene Emeralds 4-1 in
their series opener last night at Waters Field. The triumph, brilliantly
hurled by rookie Jerry Cade, kept the Salems four percentage point
up on the Yakima Bears, who last night downed the Spokane Indians.
The southpaw from Drain was nothing less than tremenoous in
this one, for he mowed down 14 1
Ems via strikeout and gave but m r l HI . I
four singles, two of which were Yolima IklOtllrC
bunts. It was his 16th victory, and
that puts him at the top of the
list on the Solon mound staff. The
14 "K" victims swelled -Jerry's
loop-leading total to a fat 201.
Wild Pilch Scares Run
About the only thing the slim
portsider did wrong during the
clash was wild. pitch across the
only Eugene tally. This came about
in the third inning, after the two
aforementioned bunts got things
going tor Cliff Dapper's Ems.
Even then Cade managed to retire
the side on strikes, t feat he again
accomplished in the fifth and sev
enth innings. I
Salem's nroduction was limited
to the third inning also, and it Only in the ninth inning did Yaki
saw ell nine players in the lineup, ma get two hits together. But this
go to the plate against Eugene's was afler two were out and no
veteran lefty, Berlyn Hodges. The harm came of it.
crafty Hodges, once a top nemesis
for, Salem started his own down-
fall with an opening base on balls
to Ray Webster. After he got Mel
Krause on a fly to center. Jacjtj
Dunn. Chuck Essegian, Russ Ros-i
burg and Pete Brady lashed out !
base hits, and Gene Laurscn added
a sacrifice fly."
Chuck Drives In Twt. ' I ln flvt ,rPs- Lewis hac a total of
Esscgian's single drove in the ,h,ree nB'- .,.,
first two tallies. Brady's double In another NWL game. Wen
provided another and LaUrsen s teh,, exploded for seven runs in
line-out to center sent across the ,he ,hlrd ,nmn an,d ,hen coaj,ed
(ourtr, to a 10-6 win over Lewiston. Man-
Hodges and his relief man Terry a Hillis Layne of Lewiston got
Loy were in charge after that, but lhe losers bl hlt when he slammed
that was enough. Cade was the homer m the elhth-
real ringmaster. Spokane ' too ooo ooo o 4 1
Essegian biffed two singles in Yakima ooo 052 - 10
four trips to elevate his bid for N1un,, nd c,rion; Down" ,nd
the league batting title, and is
now hitting .372. Rosburg had two f fl o's 4
.vll.'tk'S aiSO, and had a ''iTr'.n.hauj and Lundhcnt: O. Jae-
pcricct 3-for-3.
Carl Hutzler, the Eugene garden
er who is among those after the
batting crown, was blanked in four
tries by Cade, and was fiined
Mrs. Waters Attends Till
It was "George E. Waters Night"
at the park, honoring the late Mr.
Waters, who brought professional
baseball here in 1940. Mrs. Waters
was among the f.312 present, and
received a bouauet of flowprs from
Bruce Williams, former Senatorsl
president who handled the brief !
ceremony. . j
The Eugene Oldtimers, obviously i
afraid of being massacred, didn't
show up for their date with the!
Salem Ancients, but a game was
played anyway as a prelim. Gen
eralissimo Luby put together . an
outfit consisting of numerous pres
ent Salem players, pitched himself'
and came out with a 1-0 win in
three innings. He got a hit and
scored the lone run, off Lefty j
Aldon Wilkie, former major,
leaguer who was with the 1951
Solons. Bill Beard. Stout Steve
Brodv, Hank Decker, Jes Luke. 1
Andy George, Essegian, Brady,
Jerry Bartow and Arlie Alder
man were Luby's "ringers," The
Ancients were made up of WeS
Schulmrrich, Moose Clabaugh. Lec!
Shinni Phil Salslrom, Dick Gent?
kow, Ted Kerr, Wilkie, Al Lightner
and Bob Ashby. 'The latter, a for
mer Senators director who is now
a Eugene Booster xchief, had cour
age enough to show up, played
center field, got a safe hit and!
caught a fly.- The game was lost
when Lightner missed a throw at
first base, .allowing Luby to score
(rom second." . 1
Price Here Tonight
ln tonight's doubleheader start-!
ing time 6 p.m. . Bill Walsh 1 10-4)1 j
and Andy George '15-8) go for the:
Salems. In between games of the
twin bill the famous haseMll acro
bat Johnny Price will provide his
tremendous act. Tonight's pair
close out the brief series. - .
More K'd:
Eusene )
Htzler.m 4 0 6 0
(4) Salem
webstr.a 3 3 0 1
Keller. 3 0
Estbrn.r 4 0
Guthier.I 4 0
LaCsta.3 4 i
Dapper.c 2 0
Roxbrf ,1
r -
2 2
1 a o
2 2 0
1 0 0
0 14 0
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
Smith. 2 ,30
MrlnciY 3 1
Hociaes.D 2 1
Derk.x 1 0
0 0 0 0
Total 30 4 24 10. Total 29 9 27 I
x Struck out lor Horien ln 7th.
Ku rent
001 000 Ooo 1
4 0
. 004 000 OU- - 4
Hodges 8 2.1 4 4 2 4
Uiy 2 t 0 0 Oil
Cade . f 30 4 1 1 14 I
Winner Cade (I612l, Loser V
Hodiea (11-lll.WP - CadeTXeft
Euaen t, Salem I. 2B-Bradv. BBI
Essegian 2, Brady, Lauraen. 8
Laursen If).- SB Marinaccl, Hodge.
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Spokane, 7-0
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YAKIMA, Sept. I Wi-The Yaki
ma Bears showed a bit of the old
spark tonight coupled with some
first rate pitching to defeat Spo
kane, 7-0, in a Northwest League
baseball game.
The pitching job a 4-hitter
was turned in Dy Arien Downs.
Yakima -clinched the struggle In s
the fifth inning, batting around
i ph one for five runs. The scoring
spree included rour nits and iwo
Horm Lewis had the hot bat,of
the evening, driving in two runs in
the fifth inning on a single and
getting three of Yakima's 10 hits
ob, Wadsworth (.11 and Brown.
Roseburg Set
In Legion Tilt
BISMARCK. N.D. Sept. Itf
Four top ranking teen-age teams,
their sights fixed on the national
American Legion Junior baseball's
little-world" series.
The contestants earned their
way to the national finals by tak
ing victories in sectional tourna
ments played across . the country
last week.
The double elimination event
opens at 1 p.m. PST with St.
Louis. Mo , matched a g a i n 1 1
Roseburg, Ore.
In the second game, at 5:30
p.m.. Yonkers, meets New
Orleans. La.
Losers of the first round wiH
play londay afternoon and the
winners meet In a night game.
St. Louis Joined
liy Max Anderson
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 1 tffl-The St.
Louis Hawks of the National Bav
ketball Assn. today signed two '
more players and added another
to their pre-season training roster.
The Hawks signed Bob Grieg
jhauscr, 6-foot 5-inch former
Washington University St. Louis)
star, snd Med Park, former Mis
souri University guard who played
his firt season of pro ball with
the Hawks last year.
Max Anderson, 6-7 center from
Oregon University, was added to
the pre-season training roster.
Hawk owner Ben Kerner said An"
derson has agreed to terms and is
expected to sign when he reports
to camp at Galesburg, III., Sept.
HOLLYWOOD. Calif., Sept. 1 Wl
v-Tommy Romulo, 134'4, flashy
lightweight from the Philippines,
knocked out Jorge Macias. 137'4,
San Jose, Calif., in 1:02 of the sev-.
enth round tonight for his third
straight win since coming to this
country. '
11 A.M. TO' I P.M
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