Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on September 30, 1928 · Page 9
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Salem, Oregon
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PTE B is Cordis: Chuck Carroll Carries Over Three Touchdowns for ' Husky Eleven Y 2(8-0 COIJN1I 4r ;7 - JTV IV M II t l II 1X1 W 11 " II W - I I II Jill - JKX II If II II 11 i m -AMI II , . - " ' l JL a a ' -" a ' ' - v ' . ? '.'!-',.: nrflnniiTnr u rn r r - u l iiui ii i l ii i rm vw . -fl J Battles ' .puuiui a Hin bt. Lorn nTTuni oTnnKin .11 I I II I li IS I I 111 I ..HIIMOinUillb GITS' TEAM SEATTLE. -43ept. 29. (AP) The University of Washington op ened its football season by romping off with a double header bre 4V4V dnvnlll lUlllilmaHa : nnl- Tersity Z6 to 0 and the U. S. 8. Tennessee 41 to 0. Wiile the - yalties had little difficulty with the light Orekon eleren and the lumbering sailors, they failed to make an impressire Bhowing. Chock Carroll, plunging half who led coast scorers last year. started out with the evident In tention of heading the list again this season. He registered 37 points, scoring three touchdowns In each game and kicking one goal. He had an assistant in a pass to Paultske who made another touchdown. With close formation play, which was used exclusively against Willlamette, the Huskies failed to show the snap and pow r that they displayed when they reverted to the old punt forma. alack against the Tennessee ele ven. , Washington's secondary de fense was continually baffled, by the Willamette aerial attack, but the Oreronians couldn't puncture the husky line to make their ad vances count OREGON AGGIES 'BEAT INVADERS roRVALLIS Ore Sect. 29.- (AP). Putting up a stubborn re sistance, the California Apes today held three Oregon .State college teams to two touchdowns in the opening football game here. The Oregon Staters displayed an abundance of power, winning 14 to 0, and rolled up 12 first downs to the visitors one. The Oregon Aggies used such simple formations, however, that numerous scoring cnances were lost through the use of straight bucks. "."f-irr" Hughes, the Hawaiian naif . made the first score soon after klckoff, and following a 40-yard pass by Maple to Striff. Thompson converted. A pare over the line. Maples to Drager, brought the next score in the third quarter. -Maples oj-verted. In the last period the second and third string threatened, but failed to score. The California Aggies carried the ball into pre-wnwt territnrv hnt once, when they lost it on a fumble on the 33-yard wm line in me vtcvhu huam W.S.C. Wins Oyer? Bulldogs Afie& j Hard Fought Tilt SPOKANE. Sept. 29. (AP) Washington State's Cougars and the Bulldogs of Gonzaga University tore at each other for three scoreless periods here today, and then Buckley put over the place kick that gave the game to ff. & C. by the score of 3 to 0f ' Gonzaga's gridmen had surprised the crowd by their ferocity in holding the Washington Staters, who had been doped to win on superior weight. Buckley, whc slammed over his kick in the last few minutes of play, is playing his first year on the varsity. He is a quarterback. ?h Football Data FAR WEST At Seattle: Washington,, 26; Willamette 0. - At Eugene; University of Oregon 45; Pacific University 0. At Corvallia: Oregon State 14; California Aggies 0. A Moscow: Montana State 15; Idaho 13. ; At Spokane: Washington State Gonzaga 0. ; At Los Angeles: University of Southern Cal Frosh 34; San Bernardino Junior college 0. At Ixs Angeles: Southern Cal. 40; Utah Aggies 12. At 1a8 Angeles: Southern Cat 19; Utah 0. ' At San Francisco: California 22; Santa Clara 0. At Seattle University of Washington 4; U. S. S. Tennessee 0. At San Francisco: St. Ignatius 12; Nevada 0. t At Ellensburg: C. P. S. 24; BI-lecsbarg State Normal 14. . , f At Stanford: Olympic club Stanford 6. At ls Angeles: U, C. L. A. T, Arizona 7. At Pasadena: California' Insti tute of Technology 32; California college 6. At Portland: Columbia .University 13; Linfield 0. MIDDLE WEST At South Bend: Notre Dame . 12; Loyola 6. ; EAST ' At Weat Point: Army 35; Boston University 0. HIGH SCHOOL At Medford: Med ford 37; Che- !' At Hood River: Grant 14; Hood River 0. At Ashland: Klamath Falls C ; Ashland ' At Astoria:, Astoria 21; Colum bia o. " ; 'v At Myrtle Point; Myrtle Point 25 r Grants Pass 0., At' Crescent City: Bandon 13; Crescent City . i V j ijaicn wicguu, jjonuuir mi ucftirmuer w,; jtfzo- ' iEGGI HPS PACIFIC TEAM Webfoot Eleven Sweeps Badgers Off Feet; Final Score is 45 to 0 i EUGENE, Ore., Sept. 29. (AP). The University of Oregon defeated Pacific university 45 to t here today, to open its 1928 gridiron season. The Webfoo 8 outplayed the visitors consistently making 24 first downs against five? and had no trouble in preventing any yardage gain through Khe line. ' Blocked punts. Intercepted passes and penalties marked the encounter, and several scores resulted from the - breaks of the game. George Sta'delman. Oregon center, was the outstanding offensive star of the day, opening many holes for the Webfoot backs. The score was the largest whicb any University of Oregon team has made in the last half de cade. SH CLARA LOSES TO ey 22-0 BERKELEY. Cal.. Sept. 29. (AP). California's Bears gave a first-class demonstration of what may be expected during the 1928 season when they stamped out a decisive 22 to 0 victory over the strong University of Santa Clara team today, t- While 40,000 spectators thrill ed at as hard a fought opening battle as had been seen here in years, the Bears ripped through their old-time gridiron rlvale to score three touchdowns and a safety. California s supremacy wasn- questioned. Only fn the first quarter did Santa Clara hold Dur- Coach Price's men in check ing those 15 minutes the ball trav eled up and down the field first n California's possession and then on the Santa Clara, side. The bronchoes, however, cut through California's line twice for first downs. The Bears started their drive in the second period. Digging their cleats into the green-turfed stadium field, the husky Bear hackfield punched holes through the Santa Clara line steadily tor sharp gains while bullet-like pass es over the line with Lom throwing brought the ball up the field. HELM WINS F WEST POINT. N. Y. Sept. 29. (AP) An Army football team that took a long time to gather momentum but was rolling along n great style at the finish cele brated the opening of its football reason today! bp defeating Boston University 35 W 0. a Johnny Murrel, 182 pound fullback veteran from Cedar Rapids. Iowa, proclaimed himself ready for another big year by doing a full share of the ground gaining when yardage was needed most and contributed three of the' five touchdowns. The others were scored by substitutes in the final quar ter when the Boston boys weaken ed under the punishing attack. Captain Mort Sprague, the big All- American-tackle from Dallas, Tex., booted all the points after touchdowns from placement. ST BMYKCUIB STANFORD STADIUM, Calif., Sept. 29. (AP) After holding off the Stanford threat during the first half, the Olympic club football team- struck twice-in -the third quarter making two touch downs In impressive style which enabled the Club to-win-by s li to C score, in its opening grid event of the season today. - , A desperate Stanford attempt to score was thwarted In the clos ing minutes of play. Bill Clark, sub-half back, got the ball on a combination forward and lateral pass play and went to the Club's 19 yard line but he was tackled so hard that he was knocked out and dropped the ball. The game ended beore the next play could be eom-4 Pleted. - :i-: '.- i ' The Olympic Club line functioned smoothly and the backs played a brlliant brand of ball. 'Dan Al len, former Tale fullback; was the big gun, doing all of the Club's punting, and - tearing the Stanford ; offense to shreds : by hli sclendid defensive work. '-The prolanged ordeal of a Chinese funeral nearly resulted In a physical breakdown lor a chief mourner. ... IS RDM BOSTON TEAM Hi BEATB She Is Champ i 1 i . Gleam. Collect, former national women's golf champion, who Saturday Won the title held by Mrs. George W. Tyson at the national championship at Hot Springs, Ya. Qualifying play in the women's tournament for the president's cup at the Illahee Golf and Coun try club will not start until Thurs day, it was announced Saturday, for the reason that the women's tournament committee is asking that all matches in the handicap tournament be played off this week before the new tournament is started. The plan is to have the handicap play finished before Friday. Arrangements have been com pleted tentatively for a home and home team tournament series with the Oregon City Golf club, for 20 men teams. The matches at Oregon City will be played Oc tober 14, and at Salem the following Sunday. The Illahee club team will be made up of the 20 men who make the low gross scores in today's qualifying round for the president's cup tourney. AH of the qualifying rounds will be played today, narrowing the competition down to 32 players. Three cups win pe provided for the intermediate flights. ... T COLISEUM, LOS ANGELES. Sept. 29. -(AP). The Trojan war horse passed the opening test of Its 1928 football season today when the University of Southern California grid machine rode down 11 tough farmers from the Utah, agricultural college, 40 to 12. : .... An enthusiastic crowd of 40.- 000 persons defied the sweltering sun to cheer the Trojans onward, oui aiier tne plucky stand of the visiting mountaineers in, the first quarter, Captain Theron Smart of the farmers shared the cheers ith Marshall Duffield and Don Williams, who flashed for the southern California aggregation. Smart was fast and shifty, and his dash through" the Trojans on an SO yard sprint at the "opening of the second half was the feature of the game.1 battling on even terme the first period the teams struggled from one end of the turf , to 4 he other, each threatening . to score but failing in the crucial klay. , Coach; Jones thundering herd had a touchdown snatched from its-fingers when a costly penalty cut off its advance, and a f amble nipped the Aggie attack just-as it seemed to be rolling the powerful Trojan before It almost -in the shadow of the goal posts, i, y-:: Fatlands Return From Trip East S1LVERTON; Ore., Sept. ; 29 ( Special I Mr, and Mrs. Henry Fatland . have'' last returned to their home in Silverton from an extensive visit through the middle west states, where they looked after property Interests. Miniiiinti'G TmiDiurv mumui u iuuiiiili .... . ..rrT iifi tYFn-F nays VILLAPJS MEET Till 61 TEAM wins orc G l CntftM CimJiI lAW449n CAM.iM.k. M S f MISS GOLLETT fflS IN FINALS Virginia Van Wie Defeated for National Title Score 13 and 2 By BRIAN BELL Associated Press Sport Writer I HOT SPRINGS. Va.. Sept. 29 (AP) Glenna Collett today took her place with four other women who have won the women's golf cnampionsnip or me unuea states three times, capturing the title by defeating Virginia Van Wie, 19-year-old Chicago girl 13 up and 12 of the 36 holes left to play. Never before In the 32 years of the women's championship was such a crushing defeat administered. Miss Collett broke her own record for decisive victories for In 1925 at St. Louis she won her second championship from Mrs. Alexa Stirling Fraser, nine up and eight to play. Predictions made before the championship began that it "was Glenna's year" were borne out as it closed. She won her first title in 1922, at White Sulphur Spring, W. Va., less than 50 miles from the scene of her third triumph, made It two throe years later and tied the record of total championships with three today. Until today only four women had won the title three times. Miss Beatrix Holt in 1896. 1897 jand 1898. Miss Maragret Curtis in 1907. 1911 and 1912. Mrs. Dorothy Campbell Hurd iff 1909 1910 and 1924 and Miss Alexa Stirling in 1916. 1919 and 1920. In this championship Miss Collett was never in danger of defeat. She won her -first match, five and three, increased her; margin . to eight and seven In the second, took the third three and-two and won her semi-final, four and, three. SOW TODAY Lineups Today Stlaa i XoatavUla ' OabariM. sa I. Maiaaar. Ik H. Ifaiaaar, ef Rfowar. 2b y. HarJtios. rf ZiaatTBii, rf XeBrM. e J. Harkina, p Qayl. If Hafrafeldt. S RiliaSB. M Heeker. 2b Gill, rf Janks, rt McIUraeUa. 1 Rdwarda, e Beek, p No championships are at stake in today's ball game here, yet the outcome will determine with as much finality as one baseball game ever can, the relative merits of semi-pro ball played An Portland and In the Willamette valley outside of Portland. The Montavilla team, which comes here today to play the Senators, Is Portland's undisputed champion, having triumphed both in the city league race and in the fall tournament. The Senators, although they failed by a narrow margin of winning the Valley league title, remain the strongest team actually located in the valley, by virtue of their victories over Albany. Salem Is Victor - Salem defeated Montavilla here Memorial day by a single run. scored on Luke Gill's home run in the eighth inning after the teams had been tied at four all. But on that occay'on Johnny Harkine wasn't on the mound for the visitors, and It may be a different story today. It Is certain to be a close game if Johnny Beck is In condition; if he isn't, mound duty will fall to Kermit Russell, who was credited with beating the Villans here the last time. Two features will be provided U Oxford Park this afternoon which will be of Interest to the fans aside from the outcome of the game; one is that the umpire in chief will be Tyler Christian, who held the Indicator in some of the City league's crucial games here last year. He is the fellow, wb played second base for Oak land in that ' remarkable game back In 1909 when the Oaks and the San Francisco Seals battled for 24 innings before any scoring was done, each team using but one pitcher.; ' i Frisco Kdward' Day The other Is the fact that it will Je- "Frisco Edwards': day" at the ball park here. Without mak ing any. particular fuss about it, the men promoting the idea have collected a fund which will make it possible for them to present the Senator manager ' with - a gift hich will be quite nifty, they haven't divulged what it is. Loggers Win Over Ellensburg Team : ELKNSBTTRO. Wash., Fep. 29 ( AP) The College of " Puget Sound defeated Ellensburg State Normal this afternoon 24 to 14 when Ellensburg failed .to solve an off-tackle criss-cross In the last halif. At the end of the second period the score was" 7 to" In Jav6r"bf "Ellensburg ; bat to . the third period. Puget Sound opened a passing attack mixed with a criss-cross play which netted them three touchdowns - Medford Looms Strong High MEDFORD, Ore., 'sept. 29. (AP) The Medford hlrh tuhnnl iooiDan team, thrice mythical siaie cnxnapions, playing their nrst regular game of the season, defeated the Chemawa Indians here today 37 to 7. The game was replete with triple lateral passes ana long end runs, executed with dazzling Swiftness by the victors All of. Medford's I touchdowns were scored on forward passes, and all the extra points scored on punt formation runs ; by Melvin. uarterback. Medford completed six of eight attempted forward Lpasses. Exciting Finishes Mark Last Racing Saturday at State Fair Forebec of the Frozen North Stable, C.f C. Emmert of Calgary, owner, came driving home to win the six furlong New iArgo Hotel purse running event at Lone Oak track yesterday afternoon. The race proved the best of the after noon's program with four horses finishing almost neck and neck. The other running race, five furlongs or the New Marion hotel purse; also provided an excit ing finish with Picnic, owned by Mrs. W.-Mclntyre of San Diego, nosing out the field In the final few jumps.. The first race of the day, a free-for-all trot for a $600 purse was captured by Guy Aubrey owned by W. 0. Reynolds of Denver. Saturday's racing program completed: the Salem meet which has been going on during the entire week of the fair. Veterans of the track S declared this year's meet to be one of the best in many years and large crowds attended the daily events all through tlie week. Saturday's Summary: Prea-for-all trit, tkrea in fie ar S6O0 Onj Anbrey (HmmiI l i m mmm ...v & da a. U li n im J 1; Ckeekers (wiui (SekwartO 3 3 4: lilaa ;Dfa Dantli 4 4 3: Priara Ckaraiiif wwj; a Tima 2:1114; 2:11: " 1 Free-for-all trot, thraa in fie heaU: parte 600s Mar Law Witt i i o n:.V.:.Ll fIr.Wn4) S 3 2 2: Seventh a-. if.t.V A A A A: Kii (Hnn) 5 5 4. Tim S:09; 2:09 2.10; !:10U "2:15. 3-7ear-okH a4 older; parao $150: rirt. Pica e (K4TD0141): , i",.'v- (Palaex): third. Dandelion ( Beanie) foorth. Chatter Boy McUamen. i 1:03. New Arm aotel. ix forlon, for ; all area: nurse : S150 : Pint. Forbec (Criten field): aeeebc. Combat (Blair); Skootia (Pslaea): fourth. Tar Reynold). Tima 1:15. third. Box IE BftRELY DEFEATS LOYOLA 11 C ARTIER FIELD. South Bend, Ind.. Sept 29. (AP) A touchdown in the last minute of play by Dennjr Shay enabled Notre Dame to snatch a 12 to 6 victory over Loyola Uaiversity of New Or leans, in a thrilling gridiron batJ tie on Cartier . Field today. The Southerners, whose forward wall was almost impregnable, threw a bad scare jinto Knute Rockne's green faltering eleven, leading at! the half, ! to 0. Rockne's shock troops. Elder, Nelmlc, Chevigny and Shay I pulled the game out f the coals by brilliant passing and end running. The victory was costly, however, as Fred Collins, Notre Dame half back, broke his Jef t wrist in the second r-orlrwl nil mav be out of tne game for the season. INTERNATIONAL WESTBURY. N. Y.. FIELD, Sept. 29. AM. The new big four of United States polo emerging from slumps and shakeups in spectacular fashion, signalized their international debut today by beating the powerful four horsemen from the Argentine In the! first match of theserfew for the championship of the Americas- - V- While aUhilted and4 half-o.aked crowd of 20,000 looked on in. surprise. Toafmy! Hitchcock's : hard-riding, hard-hitting quartet-staged a sensational, finish ,to beat the highly favored ; invaders, 7 to . in as thriliingly close a polo battle-as : the historic Meadowbrook' turf baa seen in some time, i r ? ' After .almost betng put to rout by a sustained attack that "gave the Argentines an early 6 to 1 lead, the Americans pat on a great comeback to tie the score in the sixth period and win In the eighth and last cbakker. ; GETAIif DAY HAS GOOD CARD II. S. POLO TEAM IS MilER OF! MATCH School Contender The lone touchdown of the visitors was rcored after Melvin had fumbled a punt in the first quarter and it was recovered by Meacbem, Chemawa half, who was downed on the ten yard line. A forward pass. Smith to Mea. chem. put over the score. The Medford eleven played the entire game without a substition. Grant Team Wins HOOD RIVER. Ore.. Sept. 29. (AP) Grant high school of Portland defeated Hood River high 14 to 0 here today in the first local game of the season. Hood River repeatedly made great gains with forward passes, but was unable to make headway through the heavy Grant line. Willard Jarris. local star player, suffered a fractured ' ankle when be was tackled. Ashland Defeated MEDFORDv Ore.. Sept. 29. (AP) The Klamath Falls high school football team defeated the Ashland high school at Ashland today in the opening game of the Southern Oregon conference. The score was 6 to 0. Tne ngnt Asn- land team was outweighed 20 pounds to the man. Astoria Takes Opener ASTORIA. Ore., Sept. 29. (AP) Astoria high school de feated the Columbia university high school team of Portland, 21 to 0 here today in the first grid iron battle of the season. Grants Pass Loscr MARSHFIELD, Ore.. Sept. 29. 1(AP) Myrtle Point high school defeated the Grants Pass football team 25 to 0 in an easy game for the Coos eleven at Myrtle Point today. The Bandon Tigers invaded Crescent City for the first time in two years, winning 13 to 0. SEALS BEATEN BUT FORGE SACRAMENTO. Sept.. 29. (AP) fiacramento went into undisputed leadership of the Pacific coast league here today by defeating Portland, 6 to 5, clinching the series, while the Stars and Seals were defeated. Score: R H E Portland S 7 0 Sacramento '. 6 12 1 Ponder and Rego; Keating, Gould and Koehler. Hells Win 5-3 SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 29. (AP) The Mission Bells defeated the Seals for the first time by a score of 5 to 3 in a game at recreation park here this afternoon. Score: R H E Missions , . 5 11 3 San Francisco ..3 9 0 Pillette, Nelson, Davenport and Baldwin; Mails and Sprins. Oaks Wallop Indians OAKLAND. Sept. 29. (AP) Oakland hammered Collard or Seattle today for eight hits to de feat the visitors. 6 to 0 here. Score: R H E Seattle i." Oakland .' s Collard and Cox; Dumovich ana Read. Stars Drop Another LOS ANGELES. Sept. 29. fAPJHollywood's second half nennant hopes went sliding into deeper obscurity in the eighth Inning of today's game when ,a pinch hit single by "Skeeter" i Bigbee drove in two runs and gave Los Angeles the game by a 44 to 2 score. & Score: " " ? Hollywood i Los Angeles ' MrCabe and Bassler; Osborne, Cunningham and Hannah, Sand- berg. St. Ignatius Is Winner Over Fast Nevada Invaders L ' I I II ; jfc--1 " SAN FRANCISCO. Sept 29 ( AP5 Exhibiting a powerful ran- nlng attack and a fast charging line. St. Ignatius registered a decisive 12 to 0 victory over the Uni versity of Nevada football team here today Is opening the far) western conference season. : ,' A 70-yard dash to a touchdown from klckoff by Sadoehi. St. Ignatius half back, and the brilliant' running of Captain Bailey of ' the Neva dans were the high ights of the contest. Montana State Beats Vandals MOSCOW, Ida., Sept! 29 (AP) The ' Montana " State - Bobcats eame from behind and defeated the University of Idaho Vandals, 15 to" 13 in a alp and tuck contest here today, ' n YANKEES LOSE REMOTEST American League Champs Bow to Detroit by 19-10; Athletics Win DETROIT. Sept. 29 (AP)- The Tigers defeated the champion Yankees by 19 to 10 here today in the next to the last game of the season for both the home boys and the three-time title holders Elam Vangilder pitched against Zachary, Johnson. Ryan and Shea-ly. Gehrig hit his 26th homer and Meusel. Vangilder and Gehringer also tapped for the circuit. The score: R H E New York .10 17 2 Detroit 19 27 1 Zachary, Johnson. Ryan. Sheal-ly and Bengongh. Collins; Vangilder and Margrave. Macks hade Chicago CHICAGO. Sept. 29 (AP) The Philadelphia Athletics made it three straight over the White Sox today taking a free hitting contest, 5 to 4. Ed Walsh Jr., pitched brilliantly for seven innings, but weakened in the eighth nd permitted the Athletics to shove across the tieing and win-nine runs on four consecutive singles. The score: R H K Philadelphia 5 11 3 Chicago 4 12 2 Earnshaw and Perkins; Walsh, Connally, Cox and Crouse. Smators Beaten 5-2 ST. LOUIS. Sept 29 fAP) St. Louis took the third game of the final series with Washington today 5 to 2. Manush and Goslin, running a close race for American league batting honors, both hit home runs. The score: R H E Washington 2 0 St. Louis 5 10 1 Brown. Burke and Boll; Ogden and Manion. CLEVELAND. Sept. 29 ( AP) Boston came from behind to win from Cleveland today 6 to 5 in the 9tb, on a single, a walk and two doubles. The score: ' R H E Boston C 13 i Cleveland 5 15 1 Settlemire, Harriss, Simmon and Rothrock, Heving; Brown and Baseball Data PAC'FIC COAtol- W. U Trt. 5 3fl .ff-7lOklnl .17 37 .(1061 Portland S 38 .59U A. 50 44 .5321 Stattla W. I. Pit 48 48 .511 39 55 .415 87 57 31 63 .330 on V. Hlly-d Mission KATIOSAI, W. 1.. Prt.l J5 58 .eSllfStvrin. 92 61 .fiOI B klTB 90 83 Ro'lon 85 87 .559) Philad. "W. T.. Prt 78 73 .517 76 76 .500 50 104 .315 43 108 .265 St. U V. T. Piltab'h ASCBKICAJT W. I,. Prt.l ' 100 53 .8S4'Chirro 98 54 .645 IVtro t 82 71 .53R!n.er4 73 80 .477) Boston W. Tfc Pet. 71 82 .464 69 84 .451 62 90 .408 55 96 .364 N Y. Philad. Rt. V. Hull. COAST SCOEES TKSTEBDAY At San Francisco: Uissions 5; Saa Franeiiiro 3. At Sacramento: Sacramento 6; Port-lam! 5. At Oakland: Oakland 6; Seattle O. At Los Angeles: Xos Angeles 4; Hollywood 2. VATIOKAI. scobes TESTEKDAT At New York: Chicace 6; New York 2. At Boston: St. Loais 3: Boston 1. At Brooklyn: Pittsborrh Brooklyn rams wmtfone. rain. ' At .Philadelphia: cmeianati-rhilaaal-pkia fama postponed, raia. - AJCCSIOAir SCORES TESTSBDAY At Detroit: Detroit 19: New York 10. Chicag: PhilaoVlphia 5; Cfciraxo 4. At St. Loaia: St. Lauis ; Waablagtoa 2. At Cleveland: Boston 6: CHrselaad 5. Bear Frosh Win MEMORIAL STADIUM. Berks, ley, Cal.. Sept. 29. (AP) The freshman football team of the University of California defeated University of Santa Clara freshmen 12-0 today. AMERICA'S GREATEST CLOTHING VALUE ALL WOOL - At One Price Every Gannent Guaranteed as to Fit,' ' Workmanship and Fabric ; ! " ' We carry a complete line of j - EIens and Youn$ Men's Furnishings JATIOflAL ; Factory to 387 State Stv Final Games at Brooklyn and Philadelphia Called Off Due to Rain NEW YORK. Sept, 29 (AP) Obsequies over the Giants today were brief and simple. The Cubs romped through a dristle to de feat, the home forces by 6 to 2. ar1 the' young men of John Joseph " MeGraw were out of the race for Pivvu sa bsu sni s a asvj ess a . w waaa have clinched the flag about one hour later anyhow on their 3 to 1 conquest of the Boston Braves, but the Giants had any satisfaction which may have accrued from losing it in person. The Cardinals jumped into a lead of three , fall games, and started Immediately for the Polo grounds where they will finish off the campaign with a single, skirmish against the gallant Giants tomorrow. The score: , R H E Chicago S 9 1 New York 2 C 3 Blake and Gonxales; Fltsslm- mons, Scott and Hogan. Cards Win Own Title BOSTON, , Sept. 29 (AP) St, Louis won the' hottest National league pennant fight in 20 years by the Cubs 6 to 2 victory over 'VJ the Giants at; New York today about one hour before the Cardin- --: als made assurance doubly sure by defeating the Braves here 3 to 1. To take their only previous National league flag two years ago the Cardinals had to fight until Friday, with a Sunday finish, but this year's contest held on one day longer. The score: R H E St. Louis S 8 0 Boston 1 8 2 Sherdel. Rhem and Wilson, Smith; Delaney, Brandt and Tay lor. Rain Stop Games BROOKLYN. Sept. 29 (AP) The final game of the Pittsburgh - . Brooklyn series was cancelled be- " cause of rain and cold this af- ' ternoon, ending the season for the Pirates. The Robins will finish with the Phillies tomorrow. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 29 -" (AP) The rain closed the base- - ball season in Philadelphia today, " when the double-header scheduled j between the Phillies and Cincin- nati Reds was declared off. "U Arizona Battles California Team : To 7-7 Tie Game LOS ANGELES, Sept. 29 (AP) Arizona Wildcats ciswed their way to a 7-7 tie with the: University of California at Los Angeles Bruins in the: opening-game of the football season . here today. The Bruins started the scoring early in the first period on a pretty 30-yard run on a fumble. The Wildcats tied the score in the second period on a series of bucks, . starting from the middle of the field. The Bruins threatened tn the third and fourth periods but,H were stopped : by the Wildcats' strong wall from the ten-yard line -each time. Only V !L0T!!inS Wearer : i . ; Salen aw .mm aw r as sass" a m t - ... nf-A J- -v V i. i Jl it? -r.': ii

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