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Two Teams To Tilt For
Rost Bowl Entry; U. O.
Eliminated By Trojans
By The Associated Press
The Pacific coast conference's
only two undefeated football
teams play cut-throat Saturday
in their hid for the Rose Bowi.
California, with three league
victories, stakes its hopes of re
turning to Pasadena against t'ni
versity of California at Los An
geles. UCLA has rolled over four
The race goes- into late October
with two other contenders still in
the running. Southern California
and Stanford have lost only one
conference game each. Oregon's
chances were nullified last week
Comparative performances fi
vor California, which hasn't lost
a contest In or outside the confer
ence, over UCLA. The Califor
nia club whipped Washington, 21
7. last week.
U.C.L.A. came from behind to
win from Washington State, 27-20,
to keep its conference slate clean.
The single defeat against
U.C.LA. was inflicted the week
before, a 14-0 reversal gained by
Santa Clara, considered the
strongest of the Coast independ
ents. Stanford hurdled Oregon State.
27-7. to keep its conference hopes
alive. Marchie Schwartz' fast
Uam takes on tough Santa Clara
this week. The game shapes up
as the closest of the lot.
Trojans Scramble Oregon
Southern California knocked
Oregon out of contention by a 40
13 count. A second half surge
turned the trick, with quarter
hack Jim Powers pitching three
touchdown passes in the six
touchdown comeback. Two field
goals by Chet Daniels, a place
kicking guard, gave Oregon a 6-0
lead at the half.
The smashing win gave South
ern California a big boost and the
Trojans will be strong favorites
to outscore Washington this week
Washington State and Oregon
State meet at Corvallis. This
game shapes up as a close one,
although past performances indi
cate W. S. C. has slightly superior
Oregon travels to Iowa's home
field and may be in for a rough
afternoon against the Big Ten
team, now riding high along the
St. Mary's entertains Drake In
a San, Krancisco contest Friday
night. Nevada comes Sunday for
its yearly encounter with Unive;
sity of San Francisco. Nevada
heat Fresno State, 34-13, last
The USF Dons raced to six second-half
touchdowns and a 4114
victory over St. Mary's Sunday
although ace fullback Ollie Mat
son was stopped most of the
Santa Clara, Inspired bv full
back Buster Wraith's $7yard
touchdown spree with an inter
cepted pass, went on to a 2719
victory over Loyola of Los An
geles. SEAL KILLING LIMITED
OTTAWA -P The Canadian
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the killing of seals in Arctic wa
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Residents persons who have
resided continuously In the area
for a year may kill seals fur
food in those areas. Scientific re
searchers also may kill them.
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Mon., Oct. 24, 1949-Th Newt-Review, Roieburg, 0r. 3
Three State Grid
Grants Pass Wins
By MATT KRAMER
Associated Press Staff Writer
Three of the mighty tumbled
and three others were left in a
state of shock todav from the
weekend round of high school
Spilled In defeat were both Din
trlct 4 leaders, Eugene and
Salem, and one of the District
7 contestants, Columbia Prep of
Portland. Two others harelv eked
out victories La Grande and
Grants Pass. Still another, Mil
uaukie, was held to a tie.
Eugene was upset by Albany,
20-19. Salem fell before undefeat
ed Hillsboro, 20-7, but the loss
did not hurt as did Eugene's
since Hillsboro is not a District
Columbia Prep was knocked
over, 25-0, by Central Catholic,
leaving unbeaten Central the fa
vorite for the District 7 crown.
Grants Pass, the unbeaten de
fending state "champion. Just did
squeeze past Med ford, 7-6. Now
Grants Pass must worrv about
this week's District 2 game with
Klamath Falls. The Klamath
team downed Medford last week,
20-6, and drubbed L o n g v I e w,
Wash., last night, 27-7.
La Grands kept its leadership
in District 1. but only after a
scare from Pendleton. 2721.
The District 5 race, already
tangled, became even more so
as much-beaten Oregon City rose
up to tie Milwaukie. 6-6.
The two District 6 leaders won
last night, both in non-district
games. While Hillsboro was meas
uring Salem, McMlnnville out
played Corvallis, 3319.
The Portland race, District 8.
near its climax with Roosevelt
and Grant still uubeatrn. Roose
velt got more of a test than ex
pected, but downed Cleveland, 14
0. Grant finally allowed its goal
line to be crossed, but defeated
Jefferson, 30-7. The winners each
play anothr game before met
ing in the final district contest.
Papooses Lose To
Medford, 38 To 12
An outweighed and outplayed
Roseburg Junior high school ele
ven tumbled. 3812, In a Satur
day afternoon action at Medford,
after scoring the initial touch
down in two plays, following the
But within two minutes, Med
ford smashed down the field on
a long pass that put the ball on
Roseburg's two-yard stripe. A
line smash gave Medford six
points and put the game in 6-6
tie. . -.
Medford scored three times in
the first quarter and once in each
of the remaining stanzas, while
Turner's Tribe was limited to
touchdowns in the first and fourth
Roseburg's Red Guthrie scored
the first touchdown of the game.
He took the ball 60 yards to put
Roseburg ahead, 6-0.
Medford's second touchdown
followed a short Roseburg punt.
They brought the ball 25 yards
to chalk up six more points. A
series of Medford plunges put
them Into the end zone for touch
down number three. This was
followed by a successful extra
Medford scored twice more be
fore the Papooses could build no
another head of steam, then
Jim Kemp, Papooses' right half,
swept his own left end for a 3
yard gallop and a touchdown.
Spotty playing by Papooses
was given by assistant coach
Frank Purdy as a contributing
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San Pranrikro 30. Si. Vr i tCatif 14.
Snui Clara 37, Loyola iLoa AnttlMj
I.4TE ATI'IO Y RrOBtCf
California 21. Wat-hmdon 7.
Southern California 40, Oregon IX
1'CLA 27. Wa.hiniton State 20.
Stanford 27. Orefun Stale 7.
Idaho 47. Montana 14
Washington Frosh M. Oregon Froth IX
Puget & nind 27, Willamette 0.
Oregon College iMonmouthi 33, Or4
gon Tech. Int. 0.
Pacific I'niv M. Chico Stat 0.
Colieg of Idaho 21, Lin fir Id T.
Eastern Washington 21, Pacific Luther
Pepperdtna IS, Portland IS
California Aggiea 14, Southern Ore
Love Of Baseball
Costly For Him '
TOKYO, Oct. 14 i.f One
of Japan's leading wrestlers has
been banned from competition
for the rest of the year because
he is too ardent a baseball fan.
The wrestler, Kanematsu Mae
dayama. 36, made the mistake of
having his picture taken shaking
hands with Lefty O'Doul. man
ager of the barnstorming San
Maedayam. rated one of the
four best mat men in Japan, was
booked for a major tournament
at Osaka, but on Oct. 14 sent a
I medical certificate that he was
too ill to appear. Next day h
went out to see the Seals play
an exhibition in Tokyo.
He proudly posed with O'Doul,
but officials of the Japan profes
sional wrestling association saw
the picture in the papers and
called the long-haired grunter on
the carpet. He abjectly begged
forgiveness, but in vain.
Baseball is wrestlings princi
pal boxoffice competitors in Ja
pan. Huskies Easy For
BERKELEY, Calif., Oct. 24
(.'Pi A fourth quarter touchdown
broke a three-game scoring fam
ine for the Universitv of Wash
ington Huskies here Saturday al
though the battling Seattle elev
en liowed 21-7 before the unde
feated California Bears.
The Washington tally came as
Mel Davis slashed over from the
threeyard line to climax a 76
yard march that was featured by
Don O'Leary's 23-yard toss to Ro
Washington held the Bears
pretty well in check except for
three plays. Quarterback Boh Ce
Irri squirmed 40 yards after a
fake handoff for a first quarter
tally; right half Jerry Scott slip
ped through left tackle for 18
yards in the third quarter: and
Don Robinson raced around
Washington's left end for 46 yards
and the final counter.
The Husky tally was the first
touchdown made by Washington
in conference play this season.
They previously had been held
scoreless by Stanford and count
ed onlv a field goal against Ore
Race Car Crash Fatal
To Eleven Persons
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina,
Oct. 24. P A careening race
car killed its driver and 10 spec
tators yesterday during the iun
nlng of a 500-mlle auto race at
Ralaela In Santa Fe province.
Eight other persons were in
jured. The driver, Italo Bizio, an Ar
gentine, was leading a field of lh
when a steering link apparently
broke and threw his car into a
spin. He was traveling about 90
miles an nour.
factor to their defeat. He pointed
out that Guthrie and Duval were
the best offensive' tiers, while
Linnell, Rauschcrt, Gilbert and
Kemp looked good on defense.
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jSzasz Pins Ross
In Hectic Battle
To Capture Title
By CHUCK PLUMMER
Douglas county wrestling fans
saw three real battles at the ar
mory Saturday night, as six top
performers put on a magnificent
In the main event. Al Szasz
defeated Tony Rosa for the Jun
ior heavyweight title In a knock
down, drag-out affair which fur
nished manv thrills for the fans.
The semifinal match was a
brilliant exibition of scientific
wrestling as the Yaqul Kid won
over Pierre La Belle, and 'he
cpener featured Leo Karlinko and
Yaqui Joe in a grudge match in
which Karlinko came out on top
with a one-fall decision.
Ross won the first fall of the
main event after 14 minutes wMh
arm stomps and a hammerlock.
Ross worked on Szasz's arm
throughout the first fall and with
about 13 minutes gone, started
kicking Szasz in the shoulder,
arm and face. Then he knocked
Szasz down and applied a ham
merlock and stomped on Szasz's
arm until he gave up.
Sasz came back to take the
second fall with his famous aim
whips and an arm stretch after
taking considerable punishment
from Ross. Ross again was work
ing on Szasz's arm by kicking
Szasz in the shoulder and then
grabbing him by the hair and
ramming his shoulder int othe
ring ps'- After Ross repeated
this action a few times. Szasz
retaliated with a full-nelson and
started ramming Ross' head into
the corner. Then Szasz got his
arm whips to win the fall.
In the final fall Ross threw
Szasz out of the ropes and Szasz
hit hard flat on his back. Referee
Elton Owen promptly tore into
Ross and threw him across the
ring. Then as Szasz came into
the ring, Ross slugged him until
he was groggy, hut Szasz sud
denly walloped Ross and jump
ed on him and applied the arm
whips and arm stretch to win the
fall, match and the belt.
In the semi final bout the Ya
qul Kid took the only fall of the
match with an abdominal stretch
after 15 minutes of fast action.
The Kid showed a lot of endur
ance as time was running out.
La Belle applied a punishing le?
hold, but the Kid held out until
the final bell rang.
The one-fall opener, a grudge
match between Yaqui Joe and
Leo Karlinko. didn't last so long,
but supplied the fans with plen'.y
of thrills and action with Joe's
clever tactics. Karlinko won,
however, with arm stomps and
a hammerlock after 11 minutes.
Jayvees Play Tie
At Cottage Grove
Norm West's Junior varsity
Warriors came within a gnat's
eyelash of winning their first
game this season when they play
ed Cottage Grove jawees to a 13
-13 lie at Cottage Grove Satur
After leading, 13-0, going Into
the second half, the Roseburg
eleven failed to retain the lead,
having spent their ammunition In
the first half.
Ridel Stonehrasr and Jerry
Sconce turned In touchdowns for
the embattled Roseburg War
riors and Larrv Freeman scored
the extra point. Both Roseburg
scores were the result of ground
An attempt to stay ahead of
the Cottage Grove Lions by way
nt an aerial attack tailed and
the visiting Roseburg club had
to be content with a tie game.
West took approximately 30
lads with him. Every man got
into the game.
Tuesday night, the Warriors
face Coach Orrin Hills' Sutherlln
Bulldogs at Finlav field, starting
at 7:30. The Bulldogs are still
flush with victory because of a
surprise win over Myrtle Creek
Friday afternoon their first win
as an 11-man team.
DEATH STALKS RECALL
nnnrl ji:n rvr 91 ifP
I Excitement over the special re-
call election here Friday was
1 blamed indirectly for the death
i of Mrs. Anna Loving, 66. She col
i lapsed with a heart ailmentwhil
i in a voting booth.
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choose Sicks' Select
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Drain Warriors Los
To Elmira Grid Team
Coach Bill Chatham' Drain
Warriors were defeated, 9-7, by
Elmira of Lane county in a grid
tussle at Drain Friday night.
The Mason brothers of Elmira
did all the scoring for the visi
tors. Quarterback Morrie ran one
across, then dropped two passe
Into the arms of brother "kip.
playing end, who ran the ball
across for two touchdowns.
Drain's single kcoring effoit
came in the third quarter, with
quarterback Bob Ccllers carry
ing the ball across the goal line
on an end run. He also kicked
the extra point.
Next Friday night. Bandon vis-
j its Drain in a B school playoff
; to decide the Coos-Douglas iis
I trlct 4 champion. The winner will
play in the state championship
' elimination series.
End Win Streak
PULLMAN, Oct. 24.-(.IP
Washington State college bowed
27-20 to UCLA's Rose-smelling
Bruins Saturday, but there were
lew unhappy alumni In the Coug
ar homecoming crowd of approxi
mately 20..VI0 fans.
For the Cougars came close to
upsetting the vaunted Invaders,
taking the lead twice in the ball
game before falling victim to a
30-yard end-around play that iet
up the winning touchdown.
WSC went ahead 14-0 in the
first quarter without marking up
a first down. UCLA knotted it
and in the third quarter the Coug
ars bounced out in front again,
only to have the Callfornians
surge even before the period
An 85-yard run by halfback By
ron Bailey and an intercepted
pass runback bv Cross counted
for the Initial WSC tallies. Frank
Mataya's 30-yard aerial to Don
Paul climaxed a 65-yard third
quarter scoring matxh.
It was a tough 'one for the
Cougars to lose although they
were well down the lists in nearly
all branches of the statistical col
umn. It would have been even
tougher for the Uclans whose
coach, Henry (Red! Sanders, had
to leave the team in mid week
to attend the funeral of his
Trojans Rally To
Tip U. Of Oregon
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 24 -Southern
California came back
from the halftime recess to rub
out an Oregon lead and go on to
I score six touchdowns and over
whelm the Invaders, 40 to 13, here
The loss for all practical pur
poses dumped the Oregon team
from any claim on tlie Pacific
Coast conference hid to the Rose
Bowl classic on New Year's day.
Two field goals In each of the
first quarters'-klcked by guard
Chet Daniels gave Oregon a 6-0
halftime edge. The Ducks had
completely dominated the offen
sive play In those quarters. Backs
George Bell, Boh Sanders, Wood
ley Lewis and Earl Stelle com-
I thf rmrriT enmr or thk
a tate of amnios
torn pore i. ah c ointt
DOUGLAS CREDITORS ASSOCIA-,
TION. a corporation. Plaintiff, vt. R. B.
TO R. B. Bow I by, above namod o-
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OH EG ON you ar hereby required la
appear and answer the complaint of
plaintiff ftled -Mliut od In the above
entitled court and cause on or befute
four weeks from the dale of the first
publication of this summons aa shown
below, and If you fatl so to appear
and answer said complaint, for want
thereof plaintiff will take Judgment
against you as praed fur In Its com
plaint, a succinct slatement of whtrh
is as follows: for the sum of MWO no
with 0'e Interest thereon from March 27,
ltA until paid; In the further sum of
lAOO with fi'. Interest from February
1. IB4!t, until paid; In the furl her sum
of 2tt 27 with 8'- Interest thereon from
December H, 1H44, until paid: In ihe
further sum of Ml 18 with 8 Interest
thereon from May 10, IH4.1, until paid.;
In the further sum of $1.10 00 attorneys
fees, and for plaintiff's coata and dis
bursements In this action.
This summons is served upon you bv
publication once each week for four
consecutive weeks In the Roseburg New
Review, a newspaper of general cir
culation as provided by statute, pub
Irshed and Issued at Rnsebure. Doualas
i County, Oregon, by order of the Hon.
iari t. vtimoeriv. Juage or tne aoove
entitled court, made on the 28th day
or September. 1H49
Data ot first publication Oct 14th.
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First Round Title
The first round of grade school
football in Roseburg ended Sat
urday with Fullerton "heavies"
gaining the championship in their
division, while in the Peewee
championship scramble. Fullerton
and Rose share top billing.
Fullerton easily defeated the
cellar-dwelling Riverside eleven,
24 0 while Rose, second place win
ners, handed Benson a 21 8 loss.
In the Peewee portion of Sat
urday afternoon's football hill,
Rose assured Itself of a tie for
fust by edging out the league
leading Fullerton team, 6-0.
Benson and Riverside Peewees
battled to a 6-6 tie.
Principal Lyle Eddy said grade
school football was originally
scheduled to end with the games
Saturday, hut in view of continu
ed football weather, it as de
cided to let the hoys continue j
plav for another round. I
The grade school football:
teams will cap their season with
a Jamboree, slated for the middle
of November. The Roseburg Ki
wanis club will sponsor the af
fair, in connection with National
Boys' day, Eddy said.
Oregon State Is
Loser To Stanford
PAI.O ALTO. Calif., Oct. 24
Stanford punched out a 27
to-7 victory over Orceon State
college here Saturday after OSCs
top offensive player went to the
bench with an Injury In the first
The Indians pushed over In the
second quarter on a 58-yard run
and then hammered out three
third iieriod touchdowns. The
lone Oregon State score came
late In Ihe final quarter against
the Stanford third string.
Throughout Ihe g.ime, OSC
halfback Ken Carpenter sat on
the bench. He suffered a hip in
jury on the first plav of the game
Stanford first collected with
three plays after the second quar
ter opened. The Indians were on
their ow n 29. Kuiw of 12 and one
yards were canned by fullback
Boyd Benson's ;H-.vard sprint. He
went over left tackle and wasn't
touched after clearing the line.
The Slaters' score was set up
on an 80-yard pass-run play. The
throw was from halfback Jack
Hoxie 40 yards to halfback Dick
Gray, who ran another 40 to the
Stanford one. Two plays failed
hut lullhark Pick Twehge then
went over center and end Slan
McGulre converted the extra
Many oysters are destroyed
when spring floods lower the
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blned to roll up 208 vards In rains
to a mere 88 yards for USC. Fum
bles, however, cost them prom
ised touchdowns twice. Both were
Inside the enemy lti-yard line.
But on the first play from
scrimmage in the second half,
Southern Cal fullback Bill Martin
hit fullback Sanders and t'SC re
covered the fumbled ball on the
Oregon 38. The Trolans promptlv
marched to a touchdown to tie,
added two more that period and
three In the final quarter
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Cincinnati RtdY Boss
CINCINNATI. Oct. 24 (.PI
I.uke Sewell, who led the St. Lou
is Browns out of baseball's wil
derness, today has shouldered the
task of trying to do the same
thing for the Cincinnati Reds. .
Sewell, a veteran major league
catcher, yesterday was named
manager of Ihe Reds for lfl.V) and
1951, succeeding Bucky Walters,
who was relieved of his duties In
the last week of the 1!M9 season.
Sewell was a coach under Wal
ters during the past season.
Sewell directed the Browns to
their one and onlv American
league pennant In 1944.
FEDKRAL POWKR COMMIS
SION. Washington 25. D. C. Hu;
lie notice is hereby given pursu
ant to the provisions of the Fed
eral Power Act (16 U.S.C. 791a
8J5r), that The California Ore
gon Power Company, of Yreka,
California, and Medford, Oregon,
has filed two applications for
amendment of the license for
water-power Project No. 1927
(Toketee) to Include the follow
ing additional development to be
located on North Umpqua Rive"
In Dou'1hs County, Oregon: (1)
The Slide Creek development
consisting of a reinforced con
crete diversion dam, with over
flow spillway and radial gates,
located approximately 1,000 feet
downstream from the Toketee
power plant, creating a pool w'th
normal water level at elevation
1.982 feet (U. S. Geological Sur
vey datum i ; an open canal about
2 miles long, partly concre'e
lined and partly timber flume,
along the north bank of the
river; a penstock approximately
300 feel leng: a powerhouse al
the junction of Slide Creek with
North Umpqua River containing
a J5,000-horsepower turbine con
nected to an lH.oiiu-kllowatt gen
erator; a substation adjacent io
the powerhouse; a 132-kilovoit
transmission line to 'he switch
yard adjacent to Toketee
power plant; end a .enant fa
cilities; and (2) The boda Springs
development, consisting of a thin-
arch-type relnforced-concrete dam,
with two overflow spillways
equipped with Talnler gates, lo
cated about 1.300 feet above the
confluence of the river with
Soda Creek, creating a pool with
normal water level at elevation
1.802 feet (U. S. Geological Sur
vey datum); a tunnel about 1,400
feet long along the north hank
of the river; a penstock about
900 feet long; a powerhouse con
taining a lti.OOO-horsepower tur
bine connect to an 11.250- kil
owatt generator; a substation ad
jacent to the powerhouse; a 132
kilovolt transmission line to the
switchyard adjacent to the Toke
tee power plant; and appurtenant
facilities. Any protest against the
approval of these applications or
request for hearing thereon, with
the reasons for such protest it
request and the name and ad
dress of the party or parties so
nrotestlng or requesting, should
be submitted before November
7, 1949, to the Federal Power
Commission, Washington 25, D.
C. Leon M. Fuquay, Secretary.
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Mongrels, mutts and pedigrees
gathered In barking confusion at
Nielsen's Market Saturday to
participate in Nielsen's "Mult
Show" and compete for prizes In
ten different divisions.
Owners brought a total of 97
dogs to compete for the dubious
honor of being classed as the
show's fattest dog or the dog with
the biggest feet. The "small frv"
ot Roseburg eagerly awaited tht
juage decision as Dr. U. L,
Nicholas D.V.M.. local veterinar
ian, solemnly went about the
business of deciding the winners
while armed with a pencil and
paper ana yardstick.
Various classes and names ot
winning dog ow ners included best
dressed dog, won by Donna Mil
ler, Rt. 1; fattest dog. won by
Gladys Olllvant, Melrose Rt.;
smalleft full-grown dog, won by
Elaine Hardenart, Dixonville;
cleanest dog, won bv Milton
Schweppy, Rt. 1; dog with longest
ears, won by Eldnn Munger and
Robert West, both of Roseburg.
Largest dog, won by Gary
Sumptcr; best trained dog, won
by David Vineyard, Roseburg;
dog with most spots, won by Jim
my Hlatt, Roseburg; whitest dog,
won by Norma Nelson, Rose
burg; and dog with biggest feet,
won by Richard West, Roseburg.
Charles To Get $100,000
For South American Tour
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 24. (IP)
NBA heavyweight champion
! Ezzard Charles has signed a con-
aitionai agreement to box 20 ex
hibitions in South America for
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Lata model 1S, 16 and 17-Inch
wheels far all make cart.
Free Tube with every tire
Sales & Service
Highway 99 at Garden Valley
is even finer with Ford's
Quieter, smoother driving
Imvm you bright and fresh
even alter long trips. Quirk
paMing power when you need it.
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