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Salem, Oregon, Monday, April 18, 194!)
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Bridges Stops Padres
With Three-Hit Shutout
(Br .ha Aaaoelat! Praaa)
The ilammln' San Diego Padres' 10-game winning streak is
ended but the Harrismen still hold on to the Pacific Coast league
by half-game margin.
Portland finally got themselves a win Sunday on Tommy
Bridges' nightcap, three-hitter.
PCL Standings
(By Mm AMMlatMl Prwui).
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flirramento H
SHttlt 11 9
Lou AneflM 10 '
OikUn. II
Sin rrtncLwo 13
Portltnd 16
Vttlf 1-1. Kacramfnlo 3-S.
Aan DiMO B-0. Portland 0-3.
Oakland B-J, Lo Aimrifti 4-0.
Hollywood 1-0, 8an rranflwo 4-1.
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Ktpp 74 1
Thompson 1H 4
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Fmlnn 3 t) 113 11
Run: ClBy 1, Wwt, KsMttr, Ritcriej,
Kipp. Errors: Barrett, Olndd. Zalc. Hand
Mr. Run butted in: Handles 3. Mnnrr.
Rltchfy J. Two bant! hit: Clay 3. Stplrii
Wibon to EaMer: R. WlUon to Mmiiw,
Vft on ba-w: Ran Dier 11, Portland
k. Hit by pi.crtir, by rlcmtna (Raxtpr).
Umpire: Barbour, 8omr and Benti,
Time 2:11.
Werline Shatters
98 of 100 Birds
To Lead PITA
Shattering 8 out of 100 tar
..t in the Class A division.
John Werline of Independence
olaced first in Sunday's firing
of the PITA trapshoot sponsor
ed by the Salem Trapshooters
club. C. Fox of Merrill and Ray
Glass, Gordon Miller and Cal
n.v all of Eugene, each with
9ft, tied for second position.
Ton soot in the Class B de
partment went to Ted Welty of
Salem and E- oncKiey ui .u
. each with 99s. Hank Pe
ters' 9R was good for second
place. Peters is from Sublimity
First olace in Class C was
won by E. W. Boyd of Valsetz
with 97. D. C. Fish of Vancou
ver placed second with 94.
Class D honors went to R. D
Wonrirnw of Salem who crack
ed 95. E. Davis, Centralia,
Wash., was second with 92.
C. C. Jacbby of Toledo won
doubles honors with his 46. Er
nie Patton, of Lacomb, with 45
was second and D. Skeeter was
third with 44.
Three men tied in the hand!
tap: Ray Dunkel. Independence:
R. Kellogg. Longview and M.
Deeds. Springfield, each with
S3.
Viking Cinder,
Diamond Teams
To See Action
Viking track and diamond
teams will see action this week
with contests scheduled to be
held In Salem In both sports
Coach Vern Gilmore's track
team plays host to Gresham
Tuesday in Salem on dinger
field In their first action since
they were edged out of the
championship in the Willamette
valley meet at Springfield.
Coach Harold Hauk's dia
mond men are scheduled to
meet the Oregon State Rooks at
Waters field on Wednesday at
S:30 p.m.
Louis to Take
New Job Tuesday
Chicago, April IB W) Fight
Promoter Joe Louis arrives in
Chicago tomorrow to begin the
business of matching fighters
Instead of knocking them out.
' The ex-heavyweight cham
pion of the world will officially
take over the Job of director of
boxing for the International
Boxing club.
Louis Is going to have to set
the prices for the world heavy
weight title bout June 22 be
tween Jersey Joe Walcott and
Er.zard Charles after he confers
with his partners, Arthur Wirtz
and James Norris, the club said.
Cavemen Gridders
Seek Debut Date
Grants Pass. April 18 CA-J'
Grants Pan high was hunting JpOKOne inaiOOS
today for an Oregon high chool!T! kA.J-.-M.-. ft
team to play the state football 1 rim fVtOaSTO w
champions here on the Cave
man opening date.
The game must be played
here September 18 or 17.
Grants Pass originally ex
pected to clash with Washing
ton of Portland. But the Col
onials decided to go elsewhere
and no other Portland team is
available.
The margin was 3 to 0 over
(he Padres who measured the
Beavers 8 to 0 in the opener.
Other Sunday doings: Holly
wood beat San Francisco 7 to 4
the first game but lost the
second 2-0 although the Stars'
Jack Paepke pitched a three-
hitter. Seattle rallied to beat
Sacramento 3 to 2 in the curtain
raiser but Ken Holcombe pitch
ed the Snlons to a 5-1 win in the
second. In the only clean sweep
of the day, Oakland took two off
Los Angeles 5-4 and 2-0
The Beavers' Vince Di Biasi
and Bill Fleming cut down the
Padres' big bats in the first
game, allowing only two extra
baggers. But Bucky Harris'
boys put together three unearn
ed runs and three others to win
The Beavers lacked scoring
punch to do anything with their
seven hits.
Johnny Rucker slammed a
homer with one aboard In the
first of the nightcap to give
Bridges the right moral support
for his pitching feat. A third
run in the fifth was added for
good measure.
The battered Beavers open i
home series against the Sacra
mento Solons tomorrow as the
underdog again.
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DIBIaal.
Easter Week-end
Holds Down Elks
Golf Qualifiers
The combination of Easter
Sunday and the customary re
luctance of many to take care
of their qualifying chorei ear
ly, combined to keep the list
of contenders down around the
H5 mark in connection with the
annual Salem Elk club Rolf
tournament over the week-end.
It Is anticipated that qualify
ing will speed up this week and
by next Sunday evening's dead
line the number will be close to
the 180 mark.
Up to Sunday evening Bob
Sederstrom had turned in the
low qualifying mark of SS-S5
68, Other low marks included:
Frank Albrich 71, Ned Ingram
72, Glenn Lengren and Bob
Burrell 73.
At the conclusion of qualify
ing play the entrants will be
placed in flights with a single
week allotted for completing
each round.
Junior Diamond
Teams Will Play
The Junior high baseball
squads swing into their second
week of action this week with
Bill Hanauska's West Salem
Giants playing host to Clay Eg-
elston s Parrish Pioneers at 4
o'clock on the dinger field,
Tuesday.
The Leslie Rockets, coached
bv Jim Dimit, will meet the
West Salem Giants at 4 o'clock
on the Leslie diamond, Friday
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Free Season Pass
Offered to Lucky
First Game Guess
Some haftrhall fan will re
reive a pass, good for two per
sons, to all home games of the
Salem Senator, as the result
of an arrangement between
George Emieh, business man
ager, and the Salem Breakfast
club.
There will be no need to
purchase anything expt a
penny postcard. Tpnn this
card, the sender should write
his estimate nf the attendance
for the opening game at Wa
ters park, April 29, sign his
or her name and mail It to
the "Salem Senators, Waters
Park, Salem, Ore." The award
will be made Sunday, May 1.
In case two or more persons
make identical estimates, a
drawing will be had to deter
mine the winner.
Opening game attendance
last year was 3fifi9.
Dodgers, BoSox
Picked to Take
l Major Pennants
Safe
Oakland Fighter Boasts
He'll Kayo Wolfe Here
Johnny Pancho. Ashland welterweight, will try to do what most
welterweights of the state have been unable to accomplish and
that is knock out Dick Wolfe when they collide in the armory
arena Wednesday night. Their
in-round scrap highlights the' ,
vfw fistic show. uoheen rlaces in
Pancho, who has boxed some II I C L I CI.!
of the leading welters of thei'l'S" JWI1WUI JIM
Meet on Mt. Hood
state. Including Johnny Suarez,
Phil Sampson and others, claims
he can hit the Indian with a
right hand sufficiently hard to
stop the scrap.
Wolfe, property of the Na
tional Boxing club of Portland,
is rapidly becoming one of the
outstanding welters In the north
west. Dean Abney, following a rest,
will return to the ring Wednes
day night against Eddie Johann
of Klamath Falls in the six
round semi-final. Johann has
won his last four starts and Is
confident he will add Abney to
his list.
Three four-round bouts will
complete the card. They will
include a rematch of Joe Pete
and Jimmy Ogden.
Government Camp, Ore.,
April 1 tiThe Central Cath
olic Rams of Portland held the
state high school ski champion
ship trophy today after scor
ing an upset at the Ski Bowl
here Saturday.
Harold Goheen of Salem, the
lone entry from that school, was
second in the best Individual
times with BO S seconds. Jack
Taylor of Central Catholic, wan
third at 65 seconds.
Bend's favored Lava Bear
team came In second although
team ace Phil Gillis carried off
the individual honors with the
best time of 88.1 seconds ever
the course.
Bill Beard, Solon catcher, had him blocked off the
nlate. but Outfielder Polich, scored nevertheless In
Sunday afternoon's game between the Salem Senators and
the University of Portland Pilots. The Pilots won, 1 to .
Solons Edged, 7-6, in Game
With Pilots Here on Easter
New York, April IB (UP-
ine Dioimi.vn ui'dkii. win -a- a i
play the Boston Red Sox in this UlMaQQIO TO bee
irafir'fti urKr H cnnaa iincnho It '
writers covering the major
league teams predicted today.
Those were the teams select-1
ed in a consensus of 112 scribes
who snubbed last year's win
ners, the world champion
Cleveland Indians and Boston
Braves, relegating them to sec
ond place.
TU. C.U G.H.InM hanphail that.it t) Vl iri-1 Hath a fir In their V til in IT
training schedule yesterday afternoon, bowing to Coach Jim J MGA tO bpOnSOT
Torson's Portland university Pilots, 7 to 6, In a alow, listless ball J
tour wan vieer
For Handballers
inning, advancing to second on
Ray McNultys sacrifice, ano
scoring on Bob Cherry s one
baser to left
Both teams scored In the
eighth. For Portland the pesti
ferous McKee walked, went to
second on a passed .ball on
Beard, and moved on around on
two long outfield flies. Wert
scored for Salem, tripling to
open the frame and scoring on
Wasley's long liner to center.
The Pilots' winning run came
in the top of the ninth. Pat
Polich walked, stole second as
Jerry Ceri whiffed, and romp
ed home when Brogato singled
to center.
McKee was the leading sticker
for the fray with his perfect day
Grosjacques had two hits, at
did Wert for Salem.
Bud Petersen, hustling Solon
shortpatcher, took one of
Owen's pitches on the elbow
in the fourth inning and had to
retire from the lineup.
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Barratt. Two baaa hita: Barraft, Thornaa.
Homa run: Rtirkar. Stol.n biaa: Rttchfr.
Sarrlflc: Thornaa. nnuble plarat- Man
nar to R. Wllaon to Eaat.r: Olapn to M.a
r.er to Kaat.r. taft on ba.fa: San Dta.o
1. Portland 4. wild pitch: Rrldtc. Om
ptr.a: Somcra. Bant, and Barbour. Tim.:
rift. Attendance: 7007.
sarram.nt 000 001 1003 ft 3
SatMe 000 000 031 3 7 0
Ollleapte and Kerr. Plumbo 3i: Karpel,
4rdirola and Oraaao. While tft.
Sacramento 101 300 I ft 10 0
Seattle 010 000 01 ft 3
Holrombe and Plumbo: Barrett, Lrona
ft) and a. Whlta.
Lc Ajlte!. 100 001 300 4 10 0
Oakland 300 103 Oflx ft ft 1
Wrae, Maaar fit and Malone; Oaaaa
way. Buxton 171 and Padaett.
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Oakland aoo 000 a 3 ft 1
Kelly. Maxer and Halone; NeUon and
.Imondl.
San Pranclao 011 010 0014 ft 0
Hollywood 301 001 30x 7 ft 0
Binaleton. Oablea iai and Brorker, Jar
via (It: Bhallock and Sandlock.
San Prancuco ,, 100 000 13 3 0
Hollywood pon 000 041 4 1
nempaey and Parte.: Paepke and Un.
er.
rame at Waters park witnessed by a sparse crowd of spectators
who came out to get a peek at the local WI league entry
What they saw was not too
impressive as the l-ollegians,
led by a couple of ex-Willamette
valley high school players,
Hal McKee, formerly of Wood
burn, and Leo Grosjacques, ex
Mt. Angel flash, stole the show.
McKee, who represented Oregon
in the Esquire junior game a
few years back, collected four
hits in as many trips to the plate
and scored three times. Gros
Jacques got two hits, one of
them a double, and drove in
three runs.
Meanwhile, Rod Owens, ad
vertised as a fast-ball hurler,
but a better master of a puzzling
slider yesterday afternoon, had
the Senators pretty much on his
hip except for one inning the
third, when the Townies bag
ged four of their runs. In all.
Owen gave up but eight bingles.
and the only really hard knock
was Jim Wert's long triple off
the right-center boards to open
the eighth frame.
Manager Bill Beard used three
chuckers, Lefty Glenn Miller
starting. Miller gave up fix
hits, six walks and five runs
in four frames before giving
way to Bill Osborne who hurled
three shutout innings. Clyde
DeWitt finished up and gave up
single runs in both the eighth
and ninth.
The Pilots scored first, count
ing twice In the third on a walk
to shortstop Dallas Shockley
single by McKee, and some
weird fielding and throwing by
the Solons who took turns toss
ing the ball around the lot until
both runners had scored
Salem came back to dent the
plate four times. Miller started
the frame with a single. Third
sacker Wayne Petersen follow
ed suit, and Wert walked to fill
the sacks. Bud Petersen hit
hard to the shortstop who fum
bled the ball, and Miller scored
Mel Wasley then drove W. Peter
sen and West home with a
ground single to right. Wert
eventually scored on an Infield
out by Al Spaeter.
Portland went ahead by scor
ing three more in the fourth off
Miller. The Salem portsider
walked Joe Brogato and Shock
ley. Then McKee dropped a
two-bagger Just over Hill Bee-
son In right field, scoring Bro
gato. Grosjacques brought both
Shockley and McKee home by
dumping a Texas league double
between Spaeter and Beeson.
Salem tied It at 5-5 in the
sixth, Wert singling to open the
Modesto. Calif., April IB
Three runs on two hits, two er
rors and walk gave Spokane's
western International league
Indians a 8-3 12-lnnlng baseball
triumph over the Modesto Reds
here yesterday. Each team com
mitted five errors.
OREGON TIDES
Correct for Newport
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4:ft4 p m.
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7:10 p m.
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6:03 p.m.
10:3ft a m.
10:31 p.m.
11 :27 p m.
13 30 a m.
12:31 p.m.
1:00 a.m.
1 32 pm.
3 no a m.
3:37 p.m.
Yankee Opening
Baltimore, April 18 W) Joe
DiMaggio sore heel and all
expects to be in New York to
morrow when his Yankee mates
open their 1B49 baseball sea
son.
Dr. George E. Dennett, who's
been treating the $100,onO-a
year outfielder at Johns Hop
kins hospital, said last night his
famed patient Is "doing very
well."
He declined, however, to say
whether X-ray treatments for
calcium deposits In the right
heel would be discontinued
here and resumed in New York
after Joe arrive! there tomorrow.
Rasslin' Girdle
At Stake Tuesday
Andy Truman and Frank Sto-
jack will tanffle Tuesday night
at the armory for the latter's
so-called Pacific coast light
heavyweight wrestling belt.
The preliminaries, starting at
830 will include: Tony Falettl
v. Stigi Hyamaki, Biil Sledge
v.i. Bill Weidner, and Tex Hager
vs. Mike Nnzerian,
CL0VERDALE DEFEATS
SUNNYSIDE NINE, 6-4
The Cloverdale Comets won
by n score of 6 to 4 when they
played the Sunnyside school
team late last week. It was the
first game of the season for both
schools, being played on the
Sunnyside field. Wayne Feller
pitched for the Comets.
Fort til. V, (1)
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81 10 37 t Total
Error W. Pftren 3. Millar, MrNnl
tr. Ort I. BhtMlclejy, Pollr.h. Double PliJN
MrNulty to Bpiieier to Wert. Run baited
In: OrOKlncniie X. MrKee. Brugnto. Whx
lv I, Cherry, EpBtr. Three biue hit:
Wert. Two bme hit: MrKee, OrMjurque,
RnxtniiMen, Anrrtflce: McNultv. Hit by
nltrher: B. Peieren, Wert by Owen. Built:
Osborne. Stolen brute: Pollen, Cherry.
Pued bull: Bear1. Bje on bill off: Ow
en 7. Miller , Osborne 1, DeWitt 1.
Struck out by: Owen I, Miller 6, oaborne
3, DeWitt I. Fumed run off: Owen ft.
Miller 3. Ohorne fl, DeWitt, 1. Inning
Pitched by: Miller 4, O'borne 1. DeWitt
3. Time of im: J:1S. Umpire: Biw
Blnvhtm and Leonard Y ounce.
R H I
Portland O frflJ 011 7 Ifl 4
Salem 004 001 010 I 4
The second annual Marion
polk county four wall handball
tournament will be played late
this month and early In May
under the auspices of the Salem
YMCA. Singles competition is
scheduled to start April 25 and
doubles May 2.
Individual medals will be
awarded to first and second
place winners in three classes
of competition and contestants
must be amateur athletes resid
ing or employed within a radius
of 25 miles of Salem.
Contestants will be placed in
their appropriate brackets by
members of the YMCA hand
ball committee: Lee Shinn, Bob
Smith and Don Duncan,
Yale Bears Drub
Pioneer Loopers
Yakima, April 18 (Yaki
ma's Bears made their initial
hometown appearance a success
yesterday with one-sided wins
over the Boise Pilots of the Pio
neer league. The Western Inter
national league club won 14-8
and 7-3. Yakima won a 15-0 de
cision Saturday night over the
same club.
Chiefs Figure to fie Strong in '49
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Wenatchee, Wash. Big things
are expected this year from the
Wenatchee Chiefs of the West
ern International league under
the guidance of new head man
Charlie Peterson.
Reports from the Chiefs' train
ing camp indicated there would
be some familiar faces In the
lineup. Lou McCollum, the
most dependable pitcher on last
year's seventh-place squad will
be back again. So will Tom
Rose, and Glenn Lierman. New
additions to the mounds corp
include Joe Orelle, who saw
action with Detroit and In the
coast loop; Hank Weaver and
Cy Greenlaw.
Fighting to win berths on the
squad are pitchers Bob Bruce,
last year with Anaheim; Dale
Hannan, a local sandlot product
and Arnold Bnhringer, a 10-year-old
junior league graduate
from Brewster, Wash.
Ex-chief Nick Pesut couldn't
quite make the grade with
Sacramento, and has been pur
chased outright by the Chiefs.
He will be number one mask
man with Leroy Winter also on
hand. Bob Goldstein, a Spokane
hoy on option from the Seattle
Rainiers, appeared set at first,
and is expected to make up for
his lack of polish on the bag
with some heavy hitting.
Best second base prospect is
Russ Brodie, formerly with
Charleston, W. Va. Newcomer
Fred Monge and Neil Bryant of
the '48 club are gunning for the
shortstop job. Monge appeared
to have the edge, and if he wins,
Bryant may be shifted to the
outfield where his R.B.I, will
stand to be counted. Joe Kron
berg has been making a de
termined bid for the hot corner,
and his powerful hitting doesn't
hurt his chances a bit.
Two spots appear to be nailed
down in the outfield. Clint
Cameron, down from Hollywood,
and Dirk Faber from last sea
son's Chiefs look good in left
and center. The right garden
may he filled on opening day
By STUART MAUS
by Bryant, or Jim Warner.
Warner, a member of the Tribe's
1946 pennant-winning club, was
with the Solon's last year.
One sore spot was the loss of
outfield Bill Wilson who won
homerun honors and a trip to
the Solons for the play last
year. But the Wenatchee club
has the speed, and the power,
and will be one of the top con
tenders for the high average!
this season.
WRESTLING
Tuesday Night 8:30
MAIN EVENT
l-'rank Ktnjark vs. Andy Truman
OPENER
Suirl Hyamaki vs. Tony FMII
SECOND
Rill ai.rli-e r. Rill Weldner
RPECIAI,
Tex Hafffr vs. Mike Naserian
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