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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 19th, 1922. Toledo Wins Game (Continued from First Page) . attempts, one of thorn a steal Tionio.. Weeks, playing second, also gave a good account of himself,, reaiunng in two double piays, making two asslts, a putout and having two sacrifice hits to his credit. Hall pitched an excel lent game and seemed to have con- IThe score follows: Score by Innings: Siletz 010 Toledo 140 cumstauces might be, they had a smile for every occasion. On several in stances when they were In "bad holes" they just simply smiled and worked their way out. Bert H-we made a record for him self when in the Bixth inning Hcward siderable "stuff" on the bell, striking fence Tnig ia consldered a home , out 12 men and holding the StleU ag a rule on ,.any mang dlamond DUt team w luur une. nt aaa it tUt a made haste to climb said fence and Icanie near catching his man at second. 001 020 4 Again in the fourth, Bert demonstrate 032 013 13 ed his ability at "pulling grand stand SEEN FROM THE PRESS BOX crops thrive seem to make this a ... - , . chosen spot for future prosperity and Those "Indians are the best naturod j indeed "A hannv hunting rnmwi "cusses" we ever had the pleasure of for the angler and hunter. uumpuiR luio no matter wnai ine cir Several players who are claimed to be the "best bets" on the team were unable to make the trip Sunday. How ever, considering the bays nuve tiad no practice, they put up an excellent exhibition and there fa every reason to believe that Toledo will have a team this year that will make some of the best amateur organizations In the state "step some" to beat them. B. Lane, c Howard. If G. Downey, 3b Albertson, lb . Thompson, p .. Powey, ss A. Downey, 2b Nowmr.il, rf . . Locnard, If Goodell, lst..p SILETZ. ab. a h. no. A. e. stuff," making Downey's high a sensational run for fly. He nabbed the AL SANOER8 LOSES MATCH AT NEWPORT ....5 ....6 ....3 P 3 ....1 ....2 ....4 ....3 ....3 ...3 14 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 2 6 Al Sanders of Toledo lost in two straight falls to Chas. Olson of Seat- Totals 32 4 4 27 8 4 TOLEDO. A B. R. H. PO. A. E. 3d Anderson, ss .. Service, cf . . . . Vmdecoevering, Pain, c Weks, 2b He we. rf Hammond, lb . Powdy, If 4 0 Hall, p 6 2 2 1 2 12 1 1 6 0 0 tlcally all the glory he had gained when he shifted too far into center field on a left handed batter, who raised a high one into right garden. Bert was not there and the ball be came lost In the grass while the said batter romped around the bags for a homer. Bain looks good behind the bat and caught a very consistent game Sun day. With a little practice he will be a valuable asset to the team. The tv.ys rsuld hnrdlv stand the temptation when crossing the swing ing bridge at Siletz Sunday and if a few fish hooks could have been found in the crowd there is considerable reason to believe that the ball game would have been postponed. Thy iliiloU v&llny is without doubt the most, beautiful spot we have had the pleasure of seeing since coming to let 8; innings pitched, by Thompson Oregon, surrounded by mountains 2, Albertson 4, Goodell 3, Hall 9; (covered with timber in which many struck out by Thompson 6, Albertsoi. different kinds of wild game is plen 6, Goodell 4. by Hall 12; Hit by pitch- tiful; the Slleti riven, which la said ed ball bv Hall 4. bv Goodell 2, bvlto be the greatest fishing stream In pill and held it in the air while pick- tie, last Saturday night af Newport ing himself up. According to many Toledo fans who jn me eigiun inning nn iosi pruc- witnessed the contest Sanders put ud cntlir .!! tr)rv ho hail vnlnoil ' it . . . . v a game ngnt dui was outclassed Dy hiB more experienced opponent. The first fall came in 25 minutes and 26 seconds when Olson clumped a body flssrrs and twr onto his opponent. The second fall came In 9 minutes and 40 xecomig ni er a 10-mlput3 rest. The preliminaries we ajjl, jgobd and decided as draws. ' SILETZ VALLEY HAS MODEL BERRY PATCHES "Do you know that Oregon Is the greatest berry patch In the nation." asked E. A. Marvin In an article print- ea in meee columns two issues tack, We did not know it until we hod the pleasure of visiting the Siletz valley last Sunday and, we can say this If Oregon has many berry patches like that one owned and operated by Lee Williams of SltJtz, there U li'-.lo UoiiiJt but that Mr. Marvin was absolutely r.gni. Mr. w imams Has tea acres of Logan berries that certa'nly has the eur marks of a revenue producer and, according to Dr. Carter there jre many more such berry patches in the SiieU Valley just as good. NEWPORT MAN PURCHASES FORDSON George Ashcraft te Newport Lumber man purchased a Fordson Tractor equipped with rubber tired wheels from Peterson Brothers Garage this week to be used to operate his mill machinery and haul lumber and sup plies. You can have a splendid appetite, perfect digestion and sound, restful sleep by taking Tanlac. Toledo Drug Co. 13-lt Totals 3613 8 27 8 3 Summary earned runs, Toledo 6, Pilot 1: left on bases, Toledo 7, Si- T Albertson 2; base hits off Hall 4, oft Thompson 4. off Aibertson 3, off Good el! 1; double pluys Weeks to Ham mond; Weeks to Hammond to Ander son; two base hits. Vandecoeverlng 3, Howard; throe baoe hits Hammond, Dewey, Howard; homo runs Service, N'v;:.u:i: sacrifice hits Weeks 2, Howe, Albertson;. Leonard; stolen bass3 Dewey, Downey 2, Vandeoever 1nr 4. Service 2, Bain, Weeks, Hammond. the state of Oregon and the wonder fully fertile soil where all Oregcii ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED John ML Atwater, prop. NEXT DOOR TO PETERSON'S JEWELRY STORE FOWLER'S RESTAURANT Hill St, Toledo, Oregon Ask about our $1.60 PER DAY RATES Bsst established eating place In Lincoln County E. J. FOWLER, Prop. 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