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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1950)
THE MILI. (TTY ENTERPRISE
September 21, 1950
Kellys Win Close One
From Firemen by 4-3
IV. U. Bearcats Romp
Saturday in First
Game in Stadium
September 23rd will be dubbed
Salem day in recognition of Willam
ette university’s first home game of
The Kelly ball club tilted the Mill the 1950 season and the first game
City Firemen with a four to three to be played in the new McCulloch
decison in softball play last Thurs Stadium, part of the $200,000 ath
The CBI Engineers racked up their day.
seventh straight Mill City league vic
Kelly’s had six hits, four runs and
Central Washington college of
tory Sunday to win the “league pen ( two errors against the Firemen's Education from Ellensburg will be
ant” as they downed the Swingsters ! three hits, three runs and three the first opposing squad to test the
10 to 7.
Willamette bearcats in action on the
The Engineers got three runs in I Good, solid ball was dealt by the new field.
the first, and two more in the second I two clubs as the game continued a
Both season and individual tickets
to take a quick lead. However, the I tie game from the fourth inning until are now on sale at Willamette uni
Swingtsers bounded back with a run I the last half of the seventh.
versity and the Howard Maple Sport
each in the first and second.
Pitcher Don Carey’s two-bagger ing Goods store. Season tickets are
After the Engineers had increased | brought home Gale Carey to salt selling for $10.00 for the coliseum.
their lead to 9 to 2 with a three run down his game for Kelly’s.
Those holding the season passes will
blast in the fifth, the Swingsters
Chuck Stewart tossed and Ed Sut- be seated in section D on the 50
Architect’s drawing of proposed new football stadium at Oregon State college for which alumni have
came right back with a four run i ter caught for the losing Firemen.
launched a statewide gift campaign. Sketch shows completed stadium with 62,000 seating capacity,
C. Carlile caught for the winning
Individual reserved seats will sell
though first objective is two side stands, one covered, with bleachers at the ends, giving an initial
Harry Roberts, who was hit by a ' team.
for $1.80, general admission will be
capacity of 35,000. Present wooden Bell field stadium has scant 20.000 capacity and is beyond the
batted ball in the fifth, was replaced
Pitcher Don Carey allowed two $1.00 and high school and college
stage where rebuilding is feasible, engineers have informed college officials.
by Gail Lowery in the sixth. How walks in the first inning, one devel students showing student body cards
ever, Roberts chalked up his third oped into a run; and one walk in the will be admitted for 60 cents.
Twenty-eight Chinese students at-
ance—both desirable in the uphols
Win without a loss in league play.
j tended Oregon State college during
Lights and goal posts will be raised
Top Engineer hitters were Lyle
Chuck Stewart walked two in the at McCulloch next week. Finishing
Mrs. Carter says the chief difficul ¡the 1949-50 school year.
Gould with 3 for 4, and Eldon Lents
first inning also, but walked three touches will be placed on the press
ty with the natural material has been
Marion county sold $302,475 of
and John Nicholas with 2 for 4 and
more in later Innings.
box which includes all the latest insu
a problem of supply and quality. In bonds in the Independence bond drive.
a homer each.
R H E lation and equipment for such a
Baltimore lead the Swingsters with
for the Mill City high team is to be Argentina, the wild horses seem to
Oregon State college had 122 for
102 000 0—3 4 3 structure.
a pair of doubles in three trips.
held on the local field. Chemawa is be becoming more scarce and the eign students during the past year.
100 300 1—4 6 2
1 the opponent for the game, Septem quality of the hair has also been
ber 22. Although it is not a league going down.
320 130 1—10 15 3
Present production of caslen is re
game, it is very, important, as our
110 040 1— 7 9 3
stricted for furniture and bedding
Batteries-Roberts. G. Lowery (6)
! Chemawa, is our first league game. stuffers, and for filters. In the future,
and Simbeni; Benny and Siler.
Games with the Indians are always this material will be used for a wide
very interesting. All the public is variety of purposes. In an uncurled
MILL CITY NOITBALL LEAGUE
form, for example, it may be blended
The "Smoke Eaters” doused the I urged to come.
W L Pct.
into textiles to produce novel effects.
Pairings have been released for the "Nite Crawlers’ ” seventh inning fire
1000 (softball jamboree this Sunday. The to hose down the Tuesday softball
Use of the new material will also
.858 opening game will decide who is the league game after some fast playing
be good news to persons allergic to
.572 I possessor of the cellar position in the in the fourth inning.
Sept. 29 — Chemawa there.
horsehair, as well as to the dairy in
.500 ¡Mill City league.
Oct. 6 — Gervais here.
dustry since it is an outlet for skim
000 and Graveyarders will open the triple
Oct. 13 — Jefferson there.
000 bill at 1 p.m. Following this game
Oct. 20 - Sublimity here.
the fourth inning establishing a lead
Oct. 27 — St. Paul there.
at about 2:15 the Kellys and the Fire the Nite Crawlers never could break
REGISTER TODAY — ONLY 15
REGISTER TODAY — ONL Y 15 men will go at it. These teams split down in the remaining innings in • Nov. 3 — Philomath here.
their two league games so both will spite of a strong comeback in the • Non-league game.
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be anxious to win this one. In the seventh.
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third game of the afternoon first
Wiltze got on first on a walk and
place in the Mill City league will be later scored. C. Stewart, Ward and
at stake with the Teamsters and the D. Stewart each singled adding up
. Engineers battling it out.
Dating runs for the Firemen. Cole hit a
| back to the Detroit dam league the nice two bagger to push the Firemen
(Teamsters lead the series two games into top dog standing in the game
to one, but the Engineers took the that afternoon.
A new upholstery fiber, caslen,
[opening Mill City league game 6-4.
Ward smacked a three-sacker in appears likely to put some horses out
[and have not lost since then.
of business in Argentina.
Interested groups have not been the sixth, but lost out on third.
Ray Stiener and Bill Stouse toted
The new fiber, a by-product of the
able to get donation of 10 80-foot
I cedar poles. If anyone is interested up the two runs for the losing Nite milk industry, has several advan
tages over natural fiber for stuffing
or has information as to these poles Crawlers.
they can contact Burton Boroughs
000 100 1—2 7 0 tle Carter, Oregon state college ex
1 at the high school.
000 500 x—5 7
1 tension home furnishings specialist.
First it beats the older, natural fi
Center and Liberty 8ts.
ber on that important item, price. It
is cleaner, and it has a controllable
Kenneth Chance returned today to diameter and staple length. It is non-
Mill City after undergoing surgery allergic and may be treated to give
mildew, moth and bacteria resist
upon his spine in a Salem hospital.
Mr and Mrs. Chance are staying ance.
with Kenneth's parents until he re
Curled horsehair, standard as an
cuperates from his operation which upholstery stuffer for centuries, is
was rather painful.
produced by a laborious, time con
suming but none-the-less interesting
process. Most of it is imported from
Argentina where wild horses are
rounded up and given a haircut. The
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raw hair is then exported to the
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
A ropelike roving, about 80 feet in
length, is softened by steam, wound
tightly by hand, and then hung for
six months to give it a permanent
George ‘Sparky’ Ditter
curl. Thus, when the length is tom
apart, it has a soft, springy appear
Timberwolves Play First
Football Game Friday
Smoke Eaters1 Douse
Night Crawlers’ 5-2
Cow Product Puts
Horsehair in Shade
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