W L Pct GB
Victoria ..... 42 22 .656 —
Vancouver .... 34 26 .567 6
Spokane ...... 40 31 .563 5½
Lewiston ..... 33 33 .500 10
Salem ........ 32 36 .470 12
Wenatchee .... 31 37 .456 12½
Tri-City ..... 29 40 .420 15
Yakima ....... 27 43 .386 18
SALEM [Vancouver News-Herald, June 30]—Vancouver Capilanos’ scheduled game at Salem was rained out Saturday, but nothing so fortunate happened Sunday night.
Senators took the Caps out to their wet, muddy park and handed the Vancouver boys a pair of defeats in a twi-night doubleheader.
Score in the first game was 8-1 and the second was 7-5.
Capilanos come home today and will open a doubleheader Dominion Day against Yakima Bears at Cap Stadium. Game time in the afternoon will be 2:30 with the evening encounter going at 8:15.
Ed Locke was the loser last night in the first game and it knocked his season’s record to 6-6. He went all the way and gave up 12 big hits.
Caps themselves were able to pick up 10 off winning pitcher Ray McNulty, but they were spaced well enough for only one run.
Caps’ lone run was scored in the second inning by Gordie Brunswick. He singled and was brought home on successive singles by Ray Tran and Jesse Williams.
Salem’s Bill Spaeter and Bob Nelson led the opposition with three hits each and each drove in three runs.
[It was McNulty's ninth win against seven losses.]
Van Fletcher started the second [game] but gave up in the sixth with the score 5-4 for Caps to Bob Snyder.
[Vancouver looked good for awhile, taking a one-run lead in the second inning when Locke singled it in, and stretching it to four in the fourth when Gordie Brunswick tripling in two then scoring on Locke's single. One in the sixth on an error made it 5-2, Salem having tallied in the fifth.
Then six hits and an error in the bottom of the sixth gave Salem five runs, the ball game and the series.
Salem plays an exhibition with Sacramento at 8:15 p.m. on Monday.]
Vancouver …. 010 000 0—1 10 3
Salem ………... 301 112 x—8 12 1
Locke and Ritchey; McNulty and Nelson.
Vancouver …. 010 301 000—5 9 3
Salem ……..... 000 025 00x—7 13 3
Fletcher, Snyder (6), Whyte (8) and Ritchey; DeGeorge, Edmunds (6) and Nelson.
SPOKANE, June 29—The Yakima Bears edged the Spokane Indians, 6-5, Sunday night in a Western International League baseball game played before only 173 fans.
Rain fell shortly after the two of the fifth inning when Yakima countered with four runs after trailing Spokane, 0-2, for the preceeding two innings.
The Bears added two runs in the eighth and Spokane's rally in the last half of the same frame fell one run short of tying the contest.
A scheduled afternoon game came between the two teams was postponed because of rain.
Yakima ..... 000 040 020—6 13 1
Spokane ... 002 000 030—5 10 3
Wright, Savage (8) and Albini; Marshall, Palm (9) and Sheets.
Wenatchee at Lewiston, postponed, rain.
Victoria at Tri-City, postponed, rain.
Weak Hitter Released
SALEM, June 29 — Andy Anderson, Salem negro outfielder, was released from the Western International League club Sunday night because of his anemic batting average.