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WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20, 1922
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1 CITY SERIES
Yets ancl Bankers Win
' ners Last Night
Qamea last night:
Anderson-Browns ? 10, Bone
Better-Yeti 15, aimers 7.
. Bankers 10. Pharmacists J.
The Anderson-Browns made a
moderate clean-up 'on the Bone
teele Motorists, last night In, the
T. U1. C. A. Commercial Basket-ball
league, winning by a score of
J Otto .J They didn't do it by
accurate (foul shooting, however,
Jtoouti'of 12 chances they con
verted only two goals. They
wejj able to keep Kenney, the
usually' top man of the Bone-
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tteeles. from making more than j
one field goal. It was his night
Lleske, center for , the A-B's, j
made two field goals and the two ;
foul shots, and Cadwell, the man-
ager of the team, who has not al- j
ways played during the series, f
came through with a fine field
goal that helped lengthen the '
"Kid" Newton hung around the
corners in the Hauser-Better-Yet
Bread match, and scooped in two
clover field goals for the Hausers.
They needed them, and a " little
more, for they were short of
playe's, and had to borrow to fill
out thoir team. Warren Jones
played a championship game for
the sporting goods house, and
everybody did his best7 but the
Bakers, while not going at the
pace they usually exhibited, were
able to pull ahead and win. The
Bakers gathered in nine points in
the first half, before the Hausers
did rt thing except watch. them.
Then the Hausers shot three field
goals in rapid succession, and if
ever there was a nervous bunch it
was the Bakers. Their better
team work soon, told, however,
and they gradually picked up a
good lead, which they held. Har
old Socolofsky was the second
highest point man for the even
ing, with three field goals and one
fonl throw. He has led the scor
ing oftener than anyone else of
the series, which shows an abid
ing brand of luck. Final score:
Bakers , Hausers 7.
Tho United Statas National
bank has been the dope-upsetter
all tnrouch the series. They have
been down close enough , to tivj
bottom most of the time, but they
are the only ones to defeat the
Better-Yet Breads, and last night
thay took the Central Pharma.-!
cists Into camp, 10 to 6. The
Pharmacists were short their star
scoring machine. Tucker, who la
out of the game for a Jew days
or longer with a st. iaed knee.
They missed him dreadfully, for
he gets the baskets when they
need them. Lenon made one
field goal and shot two fouls, and
but they-couldn't keep Lucas from
shooting' four straight' field goals
for the aBnkers, and making one
foul shot that counted.' The
Bankers played a hard, nervy
game, against a fast and usually
successful team, "and won. They
fell 'way down In shooting fouls,
getting only two out of II tries.
The prophets and rail-birds and
dopesbers are still wondering how
to guess on the all-star team of
" Practically every team would b
represented on such a squad. .It
certainly would 'be, If as many as
10 men were selected. ; . There IS
one more trio of games, on Thurs
day night, with the Hausers va1.'
Ce'ntral Pharmacy, Better-Yet
Breads vs. Anderson &' (Brown,
ind the United States Nationals
vs. Bonesteele Motors.
Promises Keen Season
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. Fore
cast of a keen season o inter
national yachting- competition
lf23 was sren to lay in announce
ment that the first event be
tween American and British
craft had been scheduled, a ser
ies of six races between six metre
yachts, to be sailed in August 'n
British waters - for the historic
Seawanhaka challenge cup.
This: trophy was captured last
year by Coila III. owned by J. G.
Stephens o? the Royal Northern
Yacht" club oft Scotland.
v The formal challenge for the
1923 contest was made byt the
Seawanhaka, Coriiuh'an .yacht
club of Oyster Bay. and lias just
been accepted by the Royrfl Nor
thern Yacht club. The cup rates
will be sailed on the Clydde .river
In Scotland. '
CHICAGO, Dec. 19 Jimmy
Blou'n of Chicago, world's cham-
on bowler, retain' hi.s t'tle
here today when he defeated
Jimmy Smith of Milwaukee in
Salem Feathcrwefeht 'to Ap-Itht s,ixt!; hock " ,lh;,ir ,i(,:gTe
pear in Semi-Wmdup jirig 278 for the six biwks. whiu-
Event at Dallas " ISmith was credited with 27.3
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Crowd Gives Big "Heavy
weight Ovation on Arrival
But Leaves Early
r PORTLAND, Dec. 19. If Jess
Willard had anything except a
fine physique he did notuhow it
at the Mllwaukie areni tonight.
Two boxers, Scotty Messer of Til
lamook and Ben Branson of Port
land flattened: themselves out
against him but Willard did not
have to do any boxing.
Branson got mad and hit Wll-i
lard repeatedly below the belt,
but did no damage. This was the
only thing that shewed what Wil
lard had. , . ?
The crowd gave him a great
ovation when ho first appeared, l
but the house was half empty be
fore the show was over.
In preliminary bouts Rlily Gar
deau won he decision over Billy
Marvin in eight rounds. Both
men are from Portland, and are
Bud Fisher. Portland middle,
weight, won a decision over Dale
Fleck, Portland, In 10 rounds. .
In a whirlwind finish of a 10
round go, Joe Eagen, Boston light
heavyweight, captured the decis
ion from Jimmy Darcy, Portland.
West Virginia Leaves
for Game With Gonzaga
MORGANTOWN, W. Va.. Dec.
19. The West Virginia univer
sity football squad of 28 Tnen In
cluding coaches and trainers,
left here today in a private car
tfor San Diego. Cal. The Moun
taineers will meet Gonzaga un
iversity on Christmas day. Coach
jSi-ears said his men wer in fine
The squad, undefeated this sea
son will arrive in Chicago torn ar
row morning. No other stop will
bo made. s .-,..
It Is bad form to' refer" f o"1t as
an automobile, accident. It is a
Seniors and Sophomores
Play Tie in Football
There 13 nothing to it but the
seniors in the Salem high school
athletics this1 year.- On Tuesday
the seniors played the sophomores
to a tie in football a 0-to-0 score
on-Sweetland field. It wasn't a
senior victory, but they didn't
lose, and since they were the win
ners in the recent basketball tour
ney, they rank at the very top of
the athletic ladder. The sopho
mores are next, with the juniors,
the also-rans?. The football game
yesterday is described as a par
ticularly interesting one, and so
evenfy ' matched that the ball
seemed almost anchored to the
center of the field.
Phil Bayes, Salem leather
weight,, is to go on for a six-round
semi-windup event at Dallas to
night with Brick Coyle of Van
couver as his opponent. Phil has
been keeping himself in condition
Pll the year, and while he Jjas ptit
on some surplus weight that
wouldn't do him any good, hrhas
taken some of it off and is fit for
a hard match.
The Coyle engagement looks
like a good stiff contract, for tho
carrot-tipped Washington s' scrap
per has real class as a scrapper.
Competent rin5, judges who have
seen Bayes, pick him for a head
liner if he should set out to win
The Dallas program is to brin?
out a number 'of Salem familiars.
Eddie Richards of PortIand. who
beat Fred Hall of Salem last win
ter, wag to meet Danny Needham
of Spokane, who appeared here a
month ago,' but Needham broke
his hand over at Walla Walja
MoHda.4UghU .and Jddia-IajAin
of New York is to take his place.
Two featherweights, Bennia and
Dotson of Portland, and Kewpie
Riley, are to go on for four
rounds. The winner inay get on
here in Salem in the near future.
Hugh McQuillan Injured
: When, Auto Strikes Him
! NEW YORK, Dee. 19. Hugh
McQuillan, twirler for the Giants
the last world series, sustained
Injuries in an automobile acci
dent, October 26, which may per
manently cripple his piCching arm.
It became known today, when he
ned Miss Mildred Taylor ir.
Queens county supreme court for
; The ball player alleges his wife
Fls still suffering from injuries she
tmstained in the accident.
New World's Record in
Bowling is Established
I' CHICAGO, Dec. 19. Marvin
Erickson and William Wernicke,
bowling -in the Chicago Bowling
association tournament ( tonight
established a new world's record
fcfpr doubles matches', according to
association officials when they
KnocKea ttown a33 pins in their
"third game. The previous record
was 515, association members
aid. They had a total of 1268
for their three games'.
Football Squad With Train
ers and Coaches Starts
STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Dec.
19. Twenty-two' Pennsylvania
State college football players left
here late today on the lirst lap
of their 3,000 mile journey to
Pasadena, where they will meet
the University of Southern Cal
ifornia eleven on New Year's day
in the big intersect lonal game
of the Carnival of Roses.
Coach Bezdek, Assistant Coach
Martin, Graduate Manager Flem
.ng and Student Manager Par
sons accompanied the party. They
are due In Chicago early tomor
row and will spend the day there.
Their special car will be attached
to the Californ'a Limited out o
Chicago tomorrow night.
The car will be dropped at
Williams, Ariz., Friday night and
Saturday will be devoted to a
tour of the Grand Canyon. The
players are due to arrive in Pas
Tom Thorp Selected as
Referee for Big Games
NEW YORK, Dec. ID. Tom
Thorp, football coach at New
York university, will officiate as
umpira at all three of the east
west intersectional gridiron games
on the Pacific coast during the
The contests are between West
Virginia ami Gonzaga university
at San Diego. Christmas dayr
Pittsburgh and Stanford at Palo
Alto December 30. and Penn State
and Southern California at Pasa
dena New Year's day.
Keen delight! was expressed hers i-'
this evening jby George M. Vr
nell, veteran sport writer and deu
of Pacific coast gridiron officials,
at the announcement that Ton
Thorp, New York university toot. ;
ball coach, ' has been selected to
umpire all three of the East-West "
IntersectionalUfootball same to
be played on the . Pacific coast
during the hblldays, , - ' V
V'arnell.. who has refereed mott J
of the Important Pacific coast
gridiron contests for the past-sev "
eral years, will referee the tn 't
ford-Pittsburgh game, at Palo Al
to December 3 Q -.
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Of Cheney Silk are proving one of the
most acceptable gifts this season. Many
styles and colors fringed ends, knit and
woven silks in the tubular styles.
Priced 3 to f7
75c, $1,$1.50 to $3.00
An ever acceptable gift is the Tie. Our
.assortments which comprises thousands were
(selected with a care and consideration that
I make them "giveable." i
Why Not Give Gloves?
Gloves- especially of thse qualities, will
solve many perplexing gift problems.
Perrins and Hansen's in cape kid. mocha,
suede and buck. 92-2.5 to and then, for
driving, nothing would please him more
than a pair of these fleece lined strap wrist
gloves; brown or black, $&JHt and 90;
Gauntlet style, $5 and $.
For Hip youth or man one or more shlrti
you can't go wrong. We've just received
some mighty good looking ones that would
"tickle him pink" to get as a gift. Priced
reasonable from $, to $JJ. j
Then there are madras and percale repps
and crepes, "easy" to wear, but hard to
wear out; from $1.50 to 4,
He Might Xe"d Collar, Too!
Van Hensen (soft), 50c; Arrow (linen) 3
for 50c. Buy a box. j
Hickok Belts and
(The World's Finest)
$1 to $1 the set (in beautiful Gift Boxes)
Just Arrived Something
exquisite in men's neckwear
Scarfs of individuality and
highest merit, designed in
accordance with the latest
ideas of continental fashion
centers. See them. Priced
1 minimi ii im in, u,