Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 13, 1949, Page 17, Image 17

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    Padre Sluggers Nip Beavers
7-5 on 10th Inning Homers
PCL Standings
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BmuIU TuiMir:
Sn DlMo 1. Portland I.
Ataltli I. 1.
Hnllywnofl I, Sin Fr.ncUro
Lnl Anirki 4, Oakland 3.
Portland, April 18 (urn Stanley Raymond (Bucky) Harrif has"
been around this country more than somewhat as a major and
minor league manager Including the New York Yankees as his
port of call.
He wasn't there when the Yanks had their famed "murderers'
1 row," but there is a possibil
ity he has one right now with
his San Diego Padres of the Pa
cific Coast league.
The one-two punch in the line
up is made up of outfielder Max
West and first baseman Luke
Easter, a pair of the deadliest
sluggers ever seen in this an
cient league. Packing big war
clubs around them are lead-off
man Dain Clay; third baseman
Lee Handley; outfielder Buster
Adams (in front); and the likes
of Steve Mesner coming right
It was this combination that
carried the Padres to victory
again yesterday as they came
from behind and then scored
two runs in the 10th inning on
homers by West and Easter to
spoil Portland's homecoming, 7-
S. before 13,071 fans. Earlier
Clay had hit a round-tripper to
keep the Padres In the running
It was a big night in the PCL.
with fans pouring through turn
stiles in big numbers for the
"second round" openers at Port
land, Seattle, Oakland and Hollywood.
In the north eountry, Seattle
eked out a -2 win over Sacra
mento before 13,000 followers:
Los Angeles ruined Oakland's
homecoming with a slashing 8-2
triumph before 10,645 Acorns;
and Hollywood opened in style
by blanking the San Francisco
Seals, 5-0, with 8,500 looking
Bearcat Netmen
Tie Pilot Team
In Portland Go
Willamette university and
Portland university netmen tied
in a tennis meet staged on the
latter's courts Tuesday after
noon, 4 tr 4.
Coach Leslie Sparks' Bear
rats will go to Corvallis Thurs
day for a session with the Beav
ers. Singles; Dave Bristow (W)
heat Ryan 4-6, 6-4, 9-7; Gerber
(P) beat Bill Bonnington, 6-2,
8-6; Cece Conner (W) beat Mor
, rison 7-9, 6-2; Tom Warren (W)
beat Korngold, 6-1, 6-2; How
ard Loreni (W) beat Tool, 6-2,
7-5; Brearly (P) beat Al Miles.
6-3. 6-0.
Doubles; Korngold and Tool
(P) beat McCoy and Conner,
.1-7, 6-2, 6-2; Ryan and Gerber
P) beat Milt Baum and Earl
Killefer, 6-2, 6-3.
(Com viol Hialta)
INni'RTHIAL I.EAOIT. NO. t O.nejr of
th Bern tam ltd hU )uid to the hUti
Unm wrlef of M41 whfn he chalked up
a hla-h 333 lame and a terkj. of
which 11 fche jeeond Indiutrlal leatue
ToeAdar night.
MrU (?)- Derwrnore 130, Kanejik! 544,
Rnchwett 438, Scri runic R. Olner, Sr.
MV Jtarh'a Kd( (11 TnalLa SIS, neGeer
4M. Olner. Jr. 436, Morey S43, Schmidt
Rar Wale Mill ft) Ireland 471
Ray JAA. Reid 4. Rav (11, Pero 4. In
terstate N. t 1 Pierce 4M, Burtner
114, A. Pearl jit, snackman m, Pearl
Mldaet Market (f alter 171. Round
IS7. Polk 470. Walker 455, Latum, 400.
Teamater'a (1) Graham 455, 8t rat ton
4011. Wolfe 4M. Lawleaa 418, Pohl 434.
Valley Oil Cm, Hi Bom 433, LiitB 414.
Veatal 434. Lien 473, Oelk 41ft. Interstate
Km. 1 ( 1 ) Ambrone 3B4. Rob 1 won 460,
Tn nonary 140. Letofjky 4Q4. Clark 41.
stanriard Od Cm. (It Mlrlch 4K8, Pore
man S23. Knplachke ft 3 7, Buckley 433,
Bnvce 4.S3 tUt-ini Center (tl Wink 46.
WllleU 47, Allison 447, Ken 441, Thomp
aon M7.
McPanald Candy Ce. (1 LewU SOS.
Bryant 4SR. Nlchol 431. Burn JSS, Scott
47V Hoffman Cnnatrvrtinn Ca. til Hib-
burrt 507. Rmberton 403, Simon 511. Mil
ler 370, Clark 43S.
Indutrlal Lea me Na. t The Keith
Brown lean counted a 17M) serlea to lead
tha ft rat leacuerx. Two membera of th
lumber aoued posted Individual hlch tal
lies, a AM aerieji by A. Souri and ft 345
lame by M. Hodaex.
Thrlftwar Cleaners (It Prfexe MH,
Mniuier 403, B. Creaay 4118, B. Smith 408,
Rom ftfln. Karr'a t?l Hert 481. Pate Ml,
naxiy 3. narr 4sa, omey
KHth Brawn (ft, Mark Powell SS5,
Soura ftOft Jernlian 483. D. Htllerich 830,
Hooae BBS. Hem In at on Band tal Col
b'trn 403. P. W 11 lard 4Q4. R. Johiuon 185.
narrweii itsj, Aeevex
aim Heavy Haullnt (D-Bulaman 433
J. Cracroft 449, Wilder 488. R. Parley 455.
0. Cracroft 508. fltettler att1r Cm. ttt
Hendrle 437. W. Stettler 4A0. Muellhaupt
aia. c. dtettier 404, B HiUerlch 483.
Trail wart (I) Me Natl 485. Pederaon
118, Crnaa 880. McCluxkey 587. Brwaard
ail. nnmrlTa Mntttr Ca. (1) White 343.
Dowel 1 503. Tortexon Itl, Wiaaer 479,
Boniface 810.
Valley Motor C. (- Doerfler 447. Mv-
erx 480, Bullock 448, Cauxey 454, Boock
Ml. no Mm (X) Haaienaon 495. R. .
(hire 54ft, McKfnney 489, Ireland 490, Bit
ter am.
Brant'a Batlriers M) Brant 507. Miller
no, Farrar 438. Putrell 387. Thnmnxon
4S, PUae Mke Paekera It) Lanthoff
v. .tnhnxon 44, Eckley 45, Ayrea 181,
CarUon 517.
Bobo to Minors
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 13
(U.Ri Bobo Newsom, who knows
nil about choo-choos, dpclded
today to take a try at the Chat
tannoga version.
The much traveled pitcher
he has played with eight major
league clubs in his day signed
a contract yesterday to play for
ine Chattanooga Lookouts
Aid Is Sought
On RassliV Card
A wrestling card for the bene
fit of the Earl Littleton family
of Cooper Hollow has been
soheduled for the Dallas ar
mory Thursday at 8 p.m.
A battle royal listing six men
Fred Mitchell. Walla Walla,
Dale Kiser, Portland, Otto Nich
ovitch, Russia, Chief White
Eagles, South Dakota, Aimo
Kallia, Finland and Jack Bell.
Denver has been arranged for
the night.
The Littleton family lost their
home by fire recently and the
mother of the large- family lost
her life. The husband is still in
Salem General hospital. Nel
proceeds of the match are slated
to go to aid the family.
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Salem High Nine Drubs
Big Six Millers, 13-1
A 1S-1 victory marked the opening of Salem high's 1049 Big
Six diamond campaign Tuesday afternoon when the Vikings
played host to Springfield at Waters park.
'. The Vikings slammed out
Vandals to Face
Beavers in North
Division Opener
Big Six Debut
Die Vikinf baseball squad is shown In
action at Waters park In their came
against Springfield. Ben Fitter la holding down the short
stop spot vacated by Daryl Glrod who la lost to the Vlks
for the season with an Injured ankle. The play eaaght Art
Duval grooving one to Keith Farnam on first for an out in
the first Inning. The Vikings won, 18-1.
Baseball Scores
The ho:
Sbb Dleie (71 Portland
ABHOA AB H O A 4 110 fein-'ki 3b 4 3 11
Handler, lb 4 1 Rucker.rf 1110
AdamaJf 110 0 Thorn . lb IOCS
Weat.rf 4 110 Rarrett.lf 4 14 1 i 1 18 0 Sinovir.rf 4 0 3 0
Mexner.a 4 112 ft 0 10 0
Rttchejr.r 4 110 Pernndei.O 110 0
R 10 11 7.1 k.M 1113
Kipp.p 10 0 1 Rrldaea.p 1 t 0 I
Shupe.t 10 0S Plemlna.p 0 0 0 0
Hafey.t t I 0 1 Wenner.s 0 0 0 0
Storey. x 1 0 0 0 Barr.u 0 0 0 0 S 1 0 1 Mull en. a 10 0 1
A.WUon.u 1 0 0 0 Llaka.P 0 0 0 0
rhompan.p 10 0 1 Mclrvin.o 0 0 0 0
OiatM.e o a o o
Todla 41 11 30 0 Totala 8 SO 11
x Shupe: filed out, for Kiup In 0th.
m -Storey filed out for K. Wllaon In
Wenner walked for Talc in 0th.
-Barr ran for Pernandea In 9th.
M0 tnnlnaat
San Dteo 000 000 033 3 1
HIU 000 100 134 111
Portland 003 000 003 0 5
Hita 003 000 13 0 0
Wlnnlnt pi t her Thorn paon; lcn pit
cher LUka.
Salem, Oregon, Wednesday, April 13, 1949
Willamette Nine to Try
Salem Senators Thursday
Willamette University's diamond squad, with record of five wins
and four losses, will engage the Salem Senators on the Bush
Pasture diamond Thursday afternoon at 8 o'clock. It will be
the only scheduled clash between the two teams during the
spring training period of the Senators.
Manager Bill Beard is ex-
pected to use at least three pitch-. nAnf FC I fllcfi
- - WJ, W w
ers against the Bearcats since
that has been his strategy in vir
tually every encounter the pros
have had with the collegians.
The Senator lineup in the field
is expected to be approximately
the one that Beard will employ
to start the Western Internation-
Hater . ...
Bridie .,,
Flemlnf .
..1 11
H XrSoBb
114 1
.. V I 1 110 0
... H I 0 10 0 1
Errora Klop. Rurker, Pernandea. Buna
Clar. WeM. Baxter 3. Ritchey. Hafey.
A. WlUon, Ternande. 7.ak. Brkttea. Wen-
Barr. Rum batted In-BulnMl 2,
Thomaa, Clay 1. Richer, Bucker 1. Wwt,
Eaaler. Two bane hlta Bulnakl, Earter,
Rurker. Ooacarart. Home runj Clay,
Wet, Easter. Stolen baa Barrett. Saeri
Brtdiea. Left on baaea San Dieio 0:
Portland 1. Umpire Ben t., Barber and
Somerj. Time 2:10 Attendance 11,071.
Add PCL Pt
The llneacorea:
Aaeramenlo .000 000 3001 ft
Seattle 000 100 11 I 0
OUleapIa A; Kerr; Hrnani orauo.
Im Anielea 014 000 100 $ 17 3
Oakland 010 010 000 2 " 1
Kelly Ma lone; Toat, Breyton (1), Ztd
ieh (7) A Padaett.
ftarramemo oon 000 000 0 I 0
Hollywood 100 MO nix R 0 1
Sinrleton Parte; Achallcck St Sand
lwk. Vik Cindermen
To Enter WV Go
Coach Vernon Gilmore li
schfdulpd to take his track
team to Eugene Thursday for
the annual Willamette Valley
meet. It will be the third com
petition for the Viking cinder
men who ran olf with the Class
A crown in the Hill relays and
defeated Albany on dinger
field by a SO point margin.
9- 9
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We are now pricing our SX.1
dullhraM finish butt hinges
for only
Olympic Tubular Latch Set
Featuring an all brasi mechanism and a "baked on"
dull chrome satin finish.
Priced at
per set
iim. osteon
Cards, 7 to 2
Independence Seven errors
proved too much of a handicap
as Sacred Heart high school of
Salem lost a Marion-P oik
league baseball same to Inde
pendence high Tuesday after
noon. 7 to 2. The visitora held
al season in Tacoma the night of a 2-1 Iead "oin in!o tne last
A..ii to TKi. f;n MJof tn fifth when the locals
April 22. This w.U include Mel; chaspd m thn?e They
wasiey, oooinerry ana Jimui-added three more in the sixth
sen in the outfield; Jim Wert atl Sacred Heart ... 2 7 7
first, Al Spaeter, second; Bud
Peterson, short and Wayne Pe
terson at third.
Bob Courage will probably
draw the backstopping position.
Coach Johnny Lewis may use
Lou Scrivens or Larry Stocks
against the Solons. Both are
right handed tossers. Irvin
Roth, Silverton freshman, is ex-l
pected to handle the receiving
chores. I
Independence ... 7 6 2
Leninger, Gibson (5) and
Sundborg; James and Allen.
Correct for Newport
Huh Water
1104 am. 0 0
11:31 p.m. R.l
11:42 a.m. 0 4
12 JS p m. ft 0
12 10 a m. ft
1:14 p.m. 17
12 57 a.m. fi 0
3:04 p.m. 7.2
Low Water
ft 11 am. .01
11:30 p.m.
17 a m.
1.17 p.m.
7:M a.m. -0
S7 p.m.
7:nfl a.m.
7:30 p.m.
Irk Kehaal Searva
(By the AMOfiated Preaal
Salem 13. Sprint Held 1.
Newport 11. Ta!t 7.
Vernon t a 1-9, St. Helena 1-1.
HillAboro 4. Ttaard 3.
Sherwood 11 Sano'v I.
Biverton 4. Newbera I.
Knaene 3, Corvallla 3.
Garibaldi 4, Tillamook I
Weat Linn 7 MrMtnnvtlta 4.
TamhlU I, Sheridan 0.
Srayton Eagles
Edge SC&A, 4-3
Oregon State College, Corval
lis, April IS The question
mark Idaho Vandals will furnish
the opposition for Oregon State's
opening northern division base
ball series on Coleman field
Friday and Saturday afternoons.
Chuck Findley will bring his
team here from Eugene where
the Vandals meet Oregon Wed
nesday and Thursday,
Slayton Scoring thret runs
in the first and another in the
second, the Stayton Eagles edged
Salem College and Academy. 4
Duckpin Bowling
C.r1to Balt.i
MRVB CITY 1.M01H 1 Ktnflrid
rnoprrl Inrtivldu.I honor. Tu.jMi.y nttht
with a 100 i.m. .m! mt ..riM whll.
th. D.vU Oil.rl or) n Ml f.m. ftnd
M.lm-. at.tlon count") . S3." wrl...
10 a luesaay anemoon. ineii:n K.m y K.pptm.r jis. Dimb.t
game was the first of the Mar- " "'-" tl1, "".V."
7 ,, , Srhnlit O.uthl.r 411. M.y.r 444.
ion-Polk league series. The los- rt.n.r M.t.r. n h Mni.r 4ao I
Biwll 4113. Pott.r 43B. Slull 3M. P Piw
A.ll 43S. Sun. n.nnt. Ifll Atill ton, Oll
v.r 43. 433. bv. ISO. oy. 3M
ers outhit the winners, 6 to 3
Brown, winning chucker, re
tired 14 batters via the strike
out route.
SC&A S (I 2
Stayton 4 3
Im N.wmiir. 1 Linh.rt 971. D.vof
403. Ton 314, by. 143. 397.
via OH 13) H.rrtAon 433. H.n.l
K'nliHo. 310. Cr.wy 191, DavU 371.
1 I Hampton 333. h. 731. Kv 339! I
I. r , , T 1 t. r-nn. ... Ulr.'a I 1., . H.r
uwi .em, viurritii niiu cci- " ,u w,
Prank 396.
eleven hits to back up Jim Hock
who Issued four to the Millers
while fanning nine and tossing
four free passes.
Art Duval's two-run single in
I he second opened the scoring for
the Vikings. A double by Frank
Osborn and Duval's steal noma
added two more in the bracket.
The lone Springfield tally
came in the third while ths
Viks added three more In the
lower half of that frame and In
the fourth and fifth Innings.
The Vikings are scheduled to
travel to Albany Thursday for a
game scheduled with the Bull
dogs for ft p.m. Athletic Director
Vernon Gilmore, who announ
ced the schedule change, said
the game might be played at
0:30 p.m., hut that the Thurs
day date would he kept Instead
of the previously earmarked
Friday arrangement.
Springfield 0(11 1)00 14 1
Salem 043 33013 11 2
Martin. Dave and Reynolds,
Harper; Rock and Taylor, Es-helrnan.
ler; Brown and Jones.
DiMag Seeks Aid to Save Career
Baltimore, April 13 (U.R) Joe
DiMaggio went to a doctor today
to see if his baseball career can
be saved.
There were doubts that it
could be. But neither the
sharp-faced Yankee Clipper nor
his Johns Hopkins hospital sur
geon were willing to give up eas
ily despite the intense pain he
has suffered in his right heel
since last season.
DiMaggio, looking wan and
weary, arrived here shortly aft
er midnight after a plane and
train trip from Fort Worth, Ttfx.,
where the New York Yankees
were on exhibition tour.
He was ordered here for treat
ment yesterday after an exami
nation by a Dallas physician. Dr.
George Bennptt, who removed a
spur from DiMaggio's heel bone
last winter will begin treatments
Dr. Bennett had been sched
uled to take a fast look at DiMag
last night, but because bad wea
ther delayed the plane the Yan
kee Clipper went straight to the
hospital to get much needed rest
before he begins his novacaine
and X-ray treatments.
The 34-year-old slugging out
fielder who rose from the pov
erty of a fisherman's family in
San Francisco to the rank of i that DiMag may be nei r the end
baseball's highest paid player of of the road.
all time was far from his jaunty
at-bat self when he arrived.
He was anxious to deny that
his baseball career was through,
but he knew the dangers of the
a heel spur, a growth of calcium
on the back of the heel bone, on
his left foot and was cured by
an operation In 1947. When a
recurring pain in his heel and! similar growth developed on the
there were many with the trav-; right heel, he underwent anoth
eling Yankee team who admitted er operation last winter.
Ref Awards Mat
Winner on Foul
Referee Al Alexander took a
hand in Tuesday night's mat
program and awarded the team
event to Andy Truman and Sugt
Hyamakl over Mike Nazerian
and Tony Faletti. The referee
decided Nazerian and Faletti
had exceeded the bounds of the
DiMaggio had suffered from rather loose rules of profession
al grappling.
Herb Parks and Ben Sherman
went to a draw In the prelimi
nary. The other scheduled event
was cancelled because of tha
non-arrival of one of the contenders.
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