Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 07, 1949, Page 16, Image 16

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    Salem, Oregon, Thursday, April 7, 1949
17
Hurling Shows Mark PCL;
Beavers Nosed in Ninth
(By kha Aasoclatad Prm)
Two beautiful pitching exhibitions Two-hitters by San Fran
cisco's Steve Nagy and Sacramento's Bob Gillespie spotlighted
Wednesday's Pacific Coast league baseball.
Nagy's moundwork shut out Seattle 2 to 0 and put the Seals a
full game ahead of Sacramento to lead the early season PCL
race. The game was a heart--
breaker for the Rainiers' Her
man Besse who pitched five hit
ball to lose. Mcikey Rocco's sin
gle in the eighth scored two
Seals runners for the ball game.
A crowd of 2644 watched the
pitching duel.
At Sacramento, Gillespie had!
a no-hit ball game on the fire
until the eighth when the Hol
lywood Stars got their only two
hits. The Stars paralayed the
hits with two walks and an error
for a three run payoff. But it
t wasn't enough. The Solons iced
the game in the fourth on five
unearned runs, all off Pinky
' Woods. Sacramento picked up
two more in the sixth for a 7-3
win before 3,493 hometown fans.
The Los Angeles Angels broke
a three-game losing streak with
a three-run ninth inning to best
Portland 8 to 7. Pinchitter Nel
son Burbrink singled to drive in
the winning run. Johnny Os-
trowski had scored the tying run
when he raced home on a passed
ball. Had Portland Catcher Ed
die Fernandes thrown to Pitcher
Jake Mooty, who was covering,
instead of trying to outrun us
trowski, the game might have
been Portland's. There were two
out at the time. The outcome
no doubt made the 2005 Angel
fans happy. John Rucker and
Harvey Storey hit homers for
Portland while Bill Schuster got
one for the Angels.
The Oakland Oaks, after a
slow start this season, once more
are looking like the champs they
were in 1948. They blasted the
'San Diego Padres for five runs
in the first inning and added two
more in the seventh for a 7 to 4
win. The loss, second in two
days from the Oaks, kept the
Padres in the league basement.
The Padres got only six hits
off three Oakland pitchers, Lou
Tost who held the Harrismen
hilless until the fourth, got cred-
it for the win. The San Diego
ffate was 4.348. biggest of the
night. .
Cats, Missions
Divide Double
At Walla Walla
Walla Walla, April 7 All
even as the resuit of their first
two games, the Willamette Univ
ersity Bearcats of Salem and
the Whitman Missionaries of
this city will conclude their
baseball series Thursday after
noon. The visitors won Wednes
day's opener 5 to 2 as the Bear
cats hit well behind Lou Scriv
en's six hit pitching. Five er
rors proved costly to the Mis
sionaries. Whitman evened the day's
program as they took the night
cap 2 to 1. The Bearcats were
charged with five boots which
handicapped Larry Stocks, los
ing pitcher to a considerable extent.
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Kennedy Wins Split Ballot;
Pete Loses Bout on 'Mix-Up'
A . Paul Kennedy the Lonjrview, Wash., middleweight, lived up
lAAf jimmy Caraway of Seattle, Wash., gjrimaces as he takes
VWV,Ba solid left to the body from Walter jRawlins of Norfolk
Va., in their 118-pound class bout on thej second day of the
National AAUW boxing tournament In Boston, Mass. Rawles
went on to take the decision. (AP Wlrepftoto)
ioa (ion o n i a
100 001 02 5 a
Manahan, fieiverts
First same:
Willamette
Whitman
Scrivens and Rolh;
3 and Salzcr.
Second iamt:
Willamette .001 000 01 5
Whitman ...001 001 jc 3
Stock and Both; Oarrett and Miller.
Dallas Coach Resigns
ror St. Helens Offer
Dallas Bob Daggett, popular Dallas hi?h school coach, has
resigned to accept a position as basketball atnd baseball coach at
St. Helens high school, it was disclosed Thursday.
Coach Daggett in making the announcement stated that he
was reluctant to leave Dallas, where he has been for the past
thr.ee years, but felt the step
important to his advancement t
in the field.
The resignation came as a I
surprise to friends and students,
although Daggett had notified
Carl Morrison, principal, and
S. E, Whitworth, superinten
dent, some time ago that he was
considering the new position.
At the end of three years
here, Coach Daggett could not
claim any championships in
the Willamette Valley league,
but he finished second in foot-
Th box:
rortland (?)
BaslnakUb
Rucker.cf
Sinovte.rf .
Brovta.lt
Storey,3b
Thorn a, lb
Pernandft.c
Sale, at.
JflSCf, P
Plemlnr.p
Lasor.lf
Mullen, 3b
Mooty, p
Total
B H O A
(8)
B H O A
1 1
ft Garrtott.cf
I o TrwllBr,2b 4 1 I
4 l Schuatr, 4 3 1
a n DalUndr.lf ISO
1 1 0trwaki,3b 4 12 1
8 1 Mauro.rt 8 3 1
j 1 Wllaon.lb 117
3 3 Malone.c 5 3 7
1 0 Adams, p o o o
3 0 0 0 Anmony.p a v v
3 0 10 Olosaop 10 0
1 0 0 0 Watklnx.P 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 Damato" 0 0 0
Rowr.ir 1 0 0
Jacluon 1 0 0
IMr, p 0 0 0
Bllrbrnk' 1 1
3.1 9 3 13 Total SB 13 37 10
Grounded out. for Anthony in Sth.
Grounded out for WaUciiu In 8th.
' Sinnled for Ihtle In 9th.
Run for Dnlleaandro In 7th.
Two out when winning run acored.
Urnr hv Inning:
Portland "10 WO 000 1
Hit 0 300 100 8
Loa Ansel 1M 100 003 S
Hit 313 330 00313
Winning pitcher, Hide; luinc pitcher,
Pitchers IP AB R H Ett BB BO
Joyce 3 Plus 113 6 4 3 1
Pleminit 38 3 4 5 1
Mooty 0 Plus 13 10 0 0
Adam 5 5 4 6 1 1
Anthony 4b 17 3 3 1
Wat kins 3 8 0 1 0 0 0
Ihdo 1 3 0 0 0 3 1
Error: Wilon. Runs: Baln.kJ. Ruck
tr 3, Brovta. Storey, Thomas, Joyce, Ter
TiUuter, Schiwter 3. Dallesandro. OM
rowskl Wilson. Anthony. Hit by pitcher:
Laor by Watkins. Passed ball: Fernandes.
Left on bases: Portland 7; Los Aniteles
11. Two-base hit: Thomas. Rucker, Bln
ovic. Dallesandro, Ostrowskl. Home runs:
Rucker, Storey, Schuster. Sarrlfice hits:
ainovtc, Basinski. Runs batted In: Ruck
er 3: Storey 3: Fernandes. Sinovlc 3:
Mauro 3. Schuster 3. Malone, Bur-
brink. Double plays: Ostrowski, Terwll-
llaer, Wilson. Tim 3:35. Umpires Gor
don, Mutart and Ford. Attendance 3005,
ltits "s Scratches
BY FRED ZIMMERMAN. Capital Journal Sports Editor
Vikings Recognized
The Salem high school Vikings didn't bring home the biggest
piece of hardware from the recent state tournament, but in this
writer's opinion they were every bit as good as the team that did
finish in the first spot. But that's a matter of history. What is more
to the point is the recognition they will receive as guests during
next Friday morning's session of the Salem Breakfast club at Nohl-
grens. While primarily a Breakfast club event, there are no
restrictions in the matter of attendance and the bars are down
to all men who would like to sit it. (Of course there's a little
matter of one buck for the breakfast.)
Gill Good Talker
Presence of Coach Slats Gill as guest speaker should assure
a capacity audience. Few people know it, but the Bearcat
mentor's first name is "Amory". He seldom hears it, and no
doubt if anyone should hail him with that designation Slats
might be a bit puzzled as to whom the call was intended. His
talents as a basketball coach have long been recognized on
a nation-wide basis. However, comparatively lew have
learned that Slats has the ability to deliver a first class talk
concerning the game. Not only is the Beaver court director
one of the best authorities concerning the sport, but he has
the ability to express his ideas in an understanding manner.
So, better make arrangements to get out of bed a bit earlier
and show up for the breakfast at 7:30 Friday morning.
Poor Guessers
Sports writers have been accused of being notoriously poor
predictors when the outcome of athletic events are concerned.
And this accusation apparently has some foundation in fact,
judging by the results of a check made by Ted Smits, sports
editor of the New York Daily News. Smits dug back through
the files since 1943 in connection with the pre-season predic
tions by A. P. writers concerning their choice for major league
pennant winners. During the five years involving 370 selections,
only three writers correctly tabbed both pennant winners. One
of the three did it twice. He is AP's Joe Reichler, who called the
turn on the Cubs and Tigers in 1945 and on the Indians and
Braves last year. Reichler's selections for the '949 pennant
races are the Boston Red Sox in the American loop and the
Brooklyn Dodgers in the National.
Short Scorr:
Seattle 000 000 000 0 !
Bun Prtnrl.co 000 000 02x 2 I
Beiae and Grasflo; Naay and Parte,.
ball two consecutive years,
1947 and S948, out of stiff com
petition.
The enetgetic young coach,
who graduated from Willa
mette university and was a pro
tege of Sp!C Keene, enjoyed
great popularity here. His teams
always finished the year strong,
and the coaich is credited with
the knack of being able to get
the best from his material.
Dallas high finished at the
bottom of ,the WV ladder in
football thf year prior to his
coming anJ failed to score a
point throufeh the season. In
Coach Daggtett's first year they
climbed to Ihird and then made
second place in the two follow
ing years.
In three years of basketball
his teams linished in ties for
third.
No successor has been chosen
here, but Cmach Ken Jacobson.
assistant in football, basketball
and baseball and head track
coach, will probably be in line
for the posit and the successor
will be assiKtant to him. Jacob
son is also a Willamette graduate
and has been here two years..
At St. Hielens, Daggett will
work with Dick Miller, OSC
graduate, ho will be head
football coadh. The two succeed
Doug Olds, who handled the en
tire coaching assignment there
until this year.
Daggett expects to stay in Dal
las with his Jamily through most
of the summer, but will be on
hand for oprening football prac
tice in mid-August.
He is a griaduate of St. Helens
high school jand lived there for
a number off years.
HOMER AIDS WEBFOOTS
IN 11-4 WIN OVER PU
Eugene, April 7 W) A home
run by Dick Bartle plus 15 other
hits helped Oregon defeat Paci
fic university, 11 to 4, on the
baseball diamond yesterday.
Pitchers Slid Mills and Hal
Zurcher held the Badger bats
men to only; three hits. Les Mul
ler got a circuit clout to help
Pacific. j
Allen Elected
1 To Head Albany
Baseball Group
i Albany Allen Kdwards, lo-
llical mill operator, was elected
Baseball association for the com
ing seascn at a meeting of the
I eight-man board of directors at
the Elks hall.
Howard Maloney was elected
vice-president and Orville Wise
man was chosen to continue as
secretary-treasurer.
Dr. M. R. Cooley. retiring
president, and M. O. Wilkinson,
retiring vice-president, who have
been active in the association
since its beginning, resigned
from the board of directors.
The board is now made up of
three officers and Glenn Junkin,
Dr. J. C. Gray, John Zander,
Frank Edwards and Lee Cham
bers as directors.
No definite decision was
reached in the discussion whe- i
ther or not a player-manager !
would be hired. The board alsot
discussed the operation of an
Albany team in the Oregon State i
Baseball league. It was the
consensus of opinion that mostly
local players would complete the
team s roster this year.
to the adage that It Is better to give than receive when he mixed
matters for 10 rounds with Dirk Wolfe in Wednesday night's
10-round main event of the VFW boxing show. As a result of
his success in tagging Wolfe approximately two blows for every
one received, Kennedy took the
decision. The two judges gave
PCL Standings
Burgher Makes Good
Hollywood 000 000 0103 3 4
Sacramento ooo 503 OOx 7 11 3
Woods. Nnthe Paepke i8 and Sand
lock; Gillespie and Kerr.
Oakland SOO 000 300 7 11 3
San Diefto 000 100 1304 1
Toat, Conant ifM. Hlttle im and Pad
ett: Ju Hutch, Seats (lj, Nicholas 18),
Haley ( and Rltchey.
Thursday's amB and probable
9 iteheri.
Seattle (Charlie Sthani) at San
PrsnHaeo Jaek Brewer or Elmer
glntieton).
Hollywood (Jim Hnshta) at Sae
nunenlo (AI Benton).
Fori land (Tomrnr Bridree) at lH
Anieln (Bob Kelly).
Oakland (Earl Jones) at San Dlff
(Tan KIpp).
(All night ram".)
Duckpin Bowling
(Complete Rexnlta)
MEN'S AUTOMOTIVE I.EAGl'E The
Chevrolet team wored an 110 tame and
a. 3Q!ta verlea Wedexdar night to lead the
automotive aroup. Wayne Downey count
ed 191 pin for the hlth Individual nmc
while H Mink recorded a hih 451 tttlts.
Dodte (1) Cooter -108, Campbell 388.
Kiaer 3"0. Jones 3S4. Scott 343. Hodvon 3i
Harold 417. Wale n 4M. Shuck 338.
Owen 401, White 3.
Ford (1 Boork Burns 380. Holmejt
338. Fleck 30. Schroyer 3P4. Bnlek 3i
Hodrea 403, WiUon 353, Holte 440, Moon
443, Van Dell 418.
Cadlllar (1) Campbetl 398. Bower 380.
Read 348. Fry 313. Berry 348. Ofdimobile
f3) Baumtart 397. Chakamn 333. Shuck
343 nnwnev 447. Surratt 310.
Kaher-Fraier iP-Barnd , Nffcnn
317. Haml 404. Mink 451. Ahenmirher
31. rhe-Tfllrt --c.ihb 401. Chamh-r.
9M. ShurtleH 388, Mlttendor! 149, Witk-
Bill Burgher, ex-University of Oregon catcher, who got his
initiation as a professional receiver with the Senators last
season, and is now with the parent Portland Beavers, was
used as a pinch hitter three times during the series with the
Seals and came up with as many hits. He finished the season
with Salem with a batting average of .287, his total of 50 hits
hits including five home runs, four triples and 20 two base
blows. Jim Gladd, the Beavers' elongated receiver, didn't
collect a hit in 11 trips to the plate . . . Luke Easter, the
colored boy who drives big cars and plays first ba
for the San Diego Padres, apparently will cause opposing
t pitchers plenty of trouble. The dark destroyer slammed out
11 hits in 22 times up during the first week of competition,
three of his blows being home runs. It may be that Luke has
has his weaknesses and if so, the pitchers may catch up with
the big fellow before the season is many weeks old.
12 years ago this month: Byron Nelson, young Reading, Penn
pro, won the fourth annual Augusta National Open. Nelson
a 4 to 1 shot, with no pre-tournament rating finished with
a 283, two strokes better than the runner-up Ralph Guldahl.'
Nelson's second round of 66 set a new course record.
(By the Aanociated Pre)
W L Pet.
San Franc isoo 6 3 .1R0
Sacramento R 3 .83S
Hollywood 4 3 .571
Lo Annelea 4 4 .500
Oakland 4 4 .500
Seattle 3 5 375
Portland 3 5 .375
San Olevn 3 6 .386
Be ii It Wednesday
Oakland 7. Jgnn Dlojjo 4.
Sacramento T. Hollywood 3.
San FrancUcjo 3. battle 0
Lojt Anaelex &. Portland 7.
Sfeiger Takes
Pro Job as Coos
Bay, Thanks SMC
Joe Sleiger, professional at the
Salem Golf course until his re
signation last fall, has accepted
similar position at Coos Bay.
He will take over his new duties
this week-end and will assist in
a membership campa ijin to
strengthen the organization.
Steiger went south last fall
under the sponsorship of the Sa
lem's Men's club and took part
in tournaments at Tucson. Ariz.
and San Antonio, Texas. While
he didn't finish in the money
he did gain considerable expe
rience. Just before shoving off
for Coos Bay Steiger said he
wished to express appreciation
for the financial assistance giv-1
en him by the local men. i
CARPENTER HURLS OCS I
TO WIN OVER LINFIELD
Corvallis, April 7 (PI Ken
Carpenter, on the mound for the
first time in college baseball,
put out of action a Linfield Col
lege batting assault yesterday
and gave Oregon State a 12 to S
victory.
He came into the game in the
sixth, after Linfield went ahead
A-4, and allowed one hit in
that inning and then blanked the
Wildcats. OSC scored five runs
in the bottom of the sixth to
ice the game.
AMITY TOb1Err DIAMOND
SEASON IN YAMHILL GAME
Amity Amity high's base
ball team will open its season
Friday with a game scheduled to
be played at Yamhill. Tuesday,
Ihe Warriors are slated to go to
Carlton with their first home
contest billed for April 15 when
Sheridan invades the local dia
mond. TIGERS SHOW PROMISE
IN WIL PRACTICE GAMES
Ontario, Cal., April 7 (U.B
The Tacoma Tigers of the West
ern International league take on
the Barstow Marines here to
day afler walloping Chaffey
Junior college 23 to 2 in an ex
hibition baseball game yesterday;
t V '"i
7.
( .
Ready
LaVerne (Kip) Tay
lor, Oregon State's
new football coach, arrived in
Corvallis Wednesday to look
over prospects for spring
training which opens Monday.
He said all positions were
wide open, with speed, spirit
and skill the determining fac
tors for varsity berths,
"Bump" Elliott, former Michi
gan All-American, is expected
to join Taylor tomorrow to lay
plans for backfield coaching.
Kennedy their nod while Packey
McFarland voted for Wolfe,
Kennedy, fighting a retreating
battle with Wolfe shuffling
all of the way, proved adept at
counter punching and repeated
ly reached the Indians' head
with sharp blows. Not until the
third round was Wolfe able to
reach his opponent with a really
hard punch and because of his
superior boxing ability Kennedy
held- the edge through the first
six sessions.
Wolfe's apparent superior con-!
dition began to tell in the late
rounds and the eighth found the
pair tossing leather with aban
don. A hard right stung Ken
nedy in the ninth but the latter
came back to hold the Indian
even in the tenth.
Ken Kass, elongated Roseburg
heavyweight, displayed forti
tude but no much 'of a punch
in a scheduled six round battle
with Bob Ford, Portland. The
latter showed entirely too many
gloves for the Douglas county
logger and McFarland stopped it
in the fifth to end the punish
ment.
Indian Joe Pete, ex-Chemawa
amateur, was on the receiving
end of a raw decision when Ref
eree Herman DcVault of Port
land awarded the four reminder
to Jimmie Ogden of Portland.
Pete gave away two pounds in
weight and considerable reach
but managed to pop Ogden al
most at will. DcVault later said
he got his score sheet mixed up
and really intended to give the
bout to Pete. Whatever, the
reason, the crowd booed so long
and lustily that Announcer Har
ry Levy, for the first time in his
career, couldn't make himself
heard. The semi-final had to go
on without benefit of introduc
tions.
Don Doyle of Portland was
given the decision over Les Webb
Molalla Runners
Take First Place
In WVL Relay Go
Canby Racking up 27 points,
Molalla high school athletes took
first place in Wednesday's Val
ley league relay meet. Cani
was a close second with 26
points while Estacada's 21 were
good for third position. Other
scores were Mt. Angel 19, Dallas
17. Silverton 16, Woodburn 8Lfc.
The summary:
Bhot:
Don and Dean Penner, JohnjEv-
ana. Ml. Anael; d-t. Ill tH. 10 trQifta.
Vault: DeRhnn, Fisher, Da 11a; dint. 18
feet, 3 lnehe..
3-mlle relay: Lamb. Nicholson, Baed.
Eat nead a; time, 9 mlrt., 30 sec.
440 - relay: ReUr.h, Shall, Planer,
Schiewe, Molalla: time. 4R 0 aec.
Javelin Neperud, Hede.s, Silverton;
dint., 280 (net. 7', inches.
B-lump. Dona and Dean Penner, Mt.
Ansel: dtat., 37 feet, ll'a lnrhea.
H-lump: Tie at 10 feet, 1 Inchea;
Thomiwon, Hoover, Canby ; Kruplcka,,
Murphy, Woodburn,
DUcu.v: Dean and Doim Fanner, Mt,
Ane; uiat... 333 feet. 3 InchP.
Medley rela;-: Schtewe. Piahe, Relwh,
Kirk. Molalla; time. 3 mln., 37 e.
Mt. Angel Preps
Defeat Viking's
Jayvees, 9 to 5
Mt. Angel Salem high's jay-
vee baseball team followed the
pattern set by the varsity squad
when they took it on the chin
from the Preps Wednesday, 9 to
5.
The Preps ran six men across
the home plate in their big
fourth inning to put the contest
on ice and break a one-run lead
the Salem team held at the -start
of the bracket.
Jim Turin tripled with the
bases loaded in that inning. Bob
Bochsler rated a two for three
performance at the plate.
Both teams slammed seven
hitltr
Salem inj 010 1 1 I
Mt- Ansel 110 AM x 7 S
Wallcer. Divia (41 end .lone; T. Edmer,
E. Traeger 141 and Turin.
Navy Aerobee rockets
launched from the USS Norton
Sound will measure cosmic rays
78 miles above the earth.
of Portland, although a draw
would have been more equable.
Johnny Hoffert, coming in on
a substitute basis, dropped a
four rounder to Mack Dennis of
I Portland.
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April
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