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PAH.T CAPITAL JOP&NAL. EALBM, OBBMH, PBIDAY, MAT 16, 1913.
. PAGE THESE.
SPORTS
ALBANY'S LINEUP
tDetails Meant to Show That Team Is
Stronger Than When Salem Beat
It Last Tear.
It is announced from Albany that
there will be several changes in the
Albany linoup in Sunday's game, and
the Albany bunch figure that the team
is strengthened rather than weakened
by the new men. The following was re
ceived from Albany yesterday by the
sporting editor of The Capital Journal:
"Bill Patterson and Lyle Bigbee,
loth of whom were of last year's pitch
ing staff, will twirl again this year.
Patterson has pitched all of the games
the team has played so far, and ap
pears to be in as good shape as ever.
Bigbee has bees, pitching for the Uni
versity of Oregon team, and has estab
lished a reputation on the Northwest
college circuit. He has not played with
the Albany team iu any of the games
thus far, but will be on hand next
Sunday. Dave Patterson is catching
again this year
"The Dooley brothers, who played
first base and second base on last
year's team, are not with Albany this
year, as they went to Montana, but to
fill their places Manager Senders has
secured Claud Swan and K. C. Kolbert,
two Corvallis boys. Swan is probably
the best second baseman in tho valley,
and Colbert handles himself well at
the initial sack. Swan fills his position
much better than did Goorge Dooley,
and Colbert is fully as steady as last
year's first baseman, and both lads
aro better hitters than the Dooleys.
"While they don't clout out the long
drijves that characterized Eugene
Pooley's hitting, thoy are far more
reliable hitters, especially in the
pinches.
"Carson Bigbee, who is rated as the
best amateur infielder in tho state, is
playing third base again this year. Not
withstanding a minor to the contrary,
Bigbee has played with Albany thus
far this season, and will be on hand
next Sunday to participate in the con
test against the Salem Senators.
"Minnie" Lee, who has been play
ing shortstop, left this week for En
terprise, and will play thore, so will
not appear in tho Albany lineup next
Sunday. As Lee has not boon showing
up very well, anyway tli is year, his loss
will not be felt.
"Manager Senders has not deter
mined who will play shortstop next
Sunday, but it will likely be either Ry
als or Grant. Ryals is a lad who played
last year on tho Albany high school
team, and is showing lots of class.
Orant has not been playing any this
year, but becan working out vester-
lay, and if he gots in shape will make,for Rirl9 claiming that tho game is im-
a strong showing in the Albany team. I modest. It is not likely, however, that
"Michel, last year's hard hitting tho kicks wiu ,,avo B".v noticeable ef
loft fielder, and leading batsman of the00'
old Tri-City league, is playing left field!
again this year. Captain Monson, The claim is made by Dr. Sargent, of
probably one of tho best outfielders in j Harvard, thnt baseball is harmful to
the state, is again in center field and spectators bocauso of excitement, nerve
is back in his old hard hitting form, j racking and highly injurious, bred by
Wonson had a batting slump the lat-a cloa0 Kftnie- 0thcI' eastern doctors
ter part of last year, but is hitting Fa- baseball is really a tonic and a
hard this year, and batted 1000 per hnilder-up, instead of exercising an en
cent against tho Portland Northwest- icrvating effect.
em league team hero recently.
"While rattorson is pitching Lyle
Bigbee will play right field. Bigbee
batted well last year, and hns been
hitting like a fiend at tho university
this spring. When Bigbeo goes iu the
box right field will bo filled by Mar
tin or Ryals, unlcHs the latter is play
ing shortstop.
'With tho possible exception of
shortstop, which is yet more or less of
an unknown quantity, Albany will
have as strong an infield as any team
in the valley. The Albany players ex
pect a close game next Sunday, and
whichever team wins will have a hard
fight for the honors."
The great question of fitness for self
government constantly arises even yet
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The Detroit Tigers are reported to be
about as harmonius as tho Mexicans.
t With Tom Jones managing Ad Wol
gast, and Ad Wolgast managing Willie
Hoppe, there is good ground for the
suspicion that Willie will be some man
ager if he gets any coin out of the
combination.
After scanning Napoleon Lajole's
record, it is easy to believe the report
that tho French are becoming profi
cient in baseball.
An "authority" says college athletes
die young bocauso of the rigors of
training. Another roars because of
what he calls "the unwholesome noto
riety given to the athletes in the daily
press and the commercialism which has
been built up with our colleges." An
other critic wants basketball abolished
If the report that Jack Johnson's
money is all gone is true, he might as
well be in jail as out.
National League.
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 15 7
Brooklyn 17 9
New York 13 12
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Chicago 15 14
Boston 10 14
Pittsburg 11 18
Cincinnati 8 18
American League.
Philadelphia 17 8
Cleveland IS
Washington 15 8
Chicago' 17 12
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Pacific Coast League.
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Oakland 21 20 .512
San Francisco 22 22 .500
Venice 20 23 .485
Sacramento 17 21 .447
Portland 10 21 .432
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Los Angeles S S 1
llatteries West and Fisher; Crabb
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Oakland 4 0 3
tiattories Douglas, Henloy and
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Venice 15 0
Sacramento 7 12 0
Batteries Ferguson and Elliott;
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National League.
R. II. E.
St. Louis fl 15 0
Brooklyn 8 15 1
Steele, Perrit, Salle and Wiugo;
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R. II. E.
Chicago 5 10 4
Philadelphia 0 13 1
Overall and Archer; Alexander, Rixey,
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R. II. E.
Pittsburg 7 11 2
New York 2 7 3
Robinson and Simon; Deinaree, Wilt
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R. II. E.
Boston 5 fl 2
Cincinnati 11 19 1
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Amorican League.
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PHYSICAL BETTERMENT
TO BE THE OBJECT
Dr. Sweetlaud, athletic director at
Willamotte university, has announced
that physical exaniinntins will be givon
to all malo students of the university.
Tho intent of tho examination ia the
weak points of each man's physique and
finding the overworked muscles in or
der that tho weaknesses may bo romo
died by proper effort and exercise and
the parts that aro being overworked
may resume their normal condition.
Many pooplo one sided in their viows
allow their physique to bo developed in
a one sided way and as a result, severe
injuries and often disfigurement for
lifo result. It Is therefore highly im
portant a person be without weak
points iu his physique.
Dr. Sweetlaud will visit tho east dur
ing the coming vacation to take a post
graduate course in physical work and
will install a systematic course next
year which all men in tho university
will be required to take.
Much new apparatus has been added
to the equipment of tho doctor's office
and everything is in readiness for
speedy exocution of tho examinations.
Following tlm examination ,tho work
each man should take will bo assigned
and beginning next fall aided by tho
new assistant athletic, director, tho doc
tor will conduct classes for tho remedy
ing of tho different physical defects.
Tho work is recognized as being
along practii'aly lines and great good
should result from carrying out the
present plans.
Now is the time to got rid of your
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LIBERTY STRCCT BETWEEN STATE ' &
They Talk of Art
Washington, May 15. More genoral
attendance at art cusoums and the best
way to increaso tho interest of tho gon
eral public in all forms of art waa the
important subject discussos today at the
opening session of tho Fourth Annual
convention of tho American Federation
of Arts. Tho foremost authorities on
art in tho United States wero In uttond
anco ami mado addrosses. Ono point
which was strongly urged and which
is thought will exert a great Influonce
in tho right direction if adopted by
thoso in ehargo of the country's art
museums was tho establishment of a
more business like system in Buch in
stitutions which will awakon public
intcre.it. One revolutionary suggestion
was that all musoums employ tho same
sort of pross agent as is employed by
theatres. Today's session opened with
an address by Robert W. DoForost, of
New York, president of tho Fodoration.
President and Mrs. Widson wero to
bo honor guests at a rocoption in tho
Corcoran art gallery this ovening. Both
the president and Mrs. Wilson have
taken an active interest in tho work
of the Federation whith will bo thoir
guests at a White House garden party
tomorrow, industrial art is tho topic
to bo discussed tomorrow.
PRESIDENT WILSON
WILL STAND PAT
DNITEO PMBSS UDAHED Willi.
Washington, May 15. Presidont
Wilson will stand pat on tho tariff,
and will refiiso to considor any com
promise whatovcr on tho wool and su
gar schedules.
This statement as to whoro tho exec
utive, stands on tho tariff war was pos
itively mado at tho Whito Houso to
day. Tho president himself, in his
semi-weekly conference with newspapor
men Indicated emphatically that
stories that ho was seeking a compro
mise aro baseless. And while ho did
not put it specifically, his attitude
plainly showed that this was his1 last
word to tho senato on the matter,
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and machinery. Also chicken netting and hog wire. Bargain prices.
Everything from a noodle to a piece of gold. The house of a half of
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4-roora houso, 1850.00, North Salem.
8-room modern house, fruit and ber
ries, barn, (2000.
(0500 takes Ideal home, 20 acres.
1 acre in borries, new house, (1800.
220 acres, well Improved, (22,000.
SEVERAL GOOD BUYS IN PRUNE
RANCHES, HOP RANCHES AND
BERRY TRACTS.
fl-room houso, big lot, Yew Park,
(1250.
5 and 10-scre tracts, close in.
1- to fi acre tracts cheap.
CITY LOTS ALL PARTS OP SALEM
7 acroB, close In, 5'j acres in berries,
house and barn, (3200.
Sovoral business chances, restaurant,
rooming houso, grocory store, candy
store, pool hall, cigar stand, hotel.
SEVERAL STOCK RANCHES,
CHEAP.
4Uj acros, 2 housos, on car line, fine
gardon tract, (8000.
7-room houso, 3 lots, close In, snap
buy, (1500; torms.
10 acres boaring Italian prunes,
(2750. .
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE?
LIST YOUR BARGAINS WITH US.
WE SELL FIRE, LIFE, AOOOIDENI
INSURANCE.
4, 5, 6 ROOM HOUSES, INSTALL
MENTS. Acme Investment Co.
A B. COOK, Manager.
Phonos: Office, Main 477; residence
Main 2487.
Opposite Court House. 640 State St.
Phone Main 224
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