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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, gALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1027
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ker Harry Plant Ar
i for-Spme Fine
lick htm outia the third
roBDd," - was the eonfl-
-nentTnade last ntgbt ly
er, who will meet Young
boo of Portland in the
ry Wednesday night.
exgkjefl ;onfidencje. He
training uardf lately. Id
ft f 6f condi tfon;,- and Ijas
Ambition -to' make quick
;ijU " int". colored; ";op-
jiheyer met Jackson yet,
jr knowledge have never
pypjtjber fighter wht
Hi so i nave no couipara-
to giye Qut," Hkyes'con-
k'But I have seen Jackson
dj can, see nothing', nli Is
don t think I can solve.
tonni fi ,a cqnsirytjve
looked good In a workout
t at the armory, stepping
ly manner, ind throwing
mrnber jot flats for sticlf a
. - 4.'- '
it been"' trailing' at Man
or two .months wth, Dubs
the fighting wonstabte of
Gu, wnoj Kept .mm an
mion. - ;' " ' -w: ' '
U is now 1A Salem, however,
jl take his 'final workout at
nory'tonght? $pZjA fans
jj fhlm" in action then aftM
jheir town estimate 61' bis
to make good his confident
bt ending the, flgnt fJn .four
aTooks as though he hiight
to do It. although he will
ng a pretty touch man in
The black .boy ha a
eputation as a fighter him-
nd-reports from; Portland
bt he is just as confident as
of making it a "short and
war"s only wftft a different
res has been patting a good'
men to sleep .lately, as evj-
h by his twtJ round defeat of
Shelton at Walla WalW
.-'' a few .weeks ago. He
a 3 -second knockout 'oref
-Bennett in his fight Jusjt
that, which was on Febru:-
..at Corrallls! " " ' i
is expected that Hayes will
i in at about 190 pound4,
Jacksbn at' sdmjl'vtrhere near
Sharp, who will meet Willard
n of. Monitor in the,, four
1 special event, also looked
in the ring last night. Al is
: well recently, as he dis
d by knocking out Tony Mo
ot Silyerton on the last carh
Al showed an improved
ip last 'night, besides plenty
eed. 'He "'also expects to win
atchmaker Harry Plant says
Mil put on a fast four round
ahr raiser, although Ke would
say wuo win appear m 11.
n Watts of Salem may be onejSherrill 8, Byron Blrdwell 3
here also may be another four
id preliminary If the crowd is
enough to warrant it, it is re-
atton's BookJStpr ptfers all
latest m Birthday cards. Try
to. r Ask to be shown, the- fun-
jHt of all cards, Scotch Btrthday.
State St. Q ()
925, Standard Buick Coaclu la
ellent condition. "Looks , and
lis )ike new"car. " Otto J.' Wtl-
The Buick Man. ' 388 -N.
,1m7.', Telj220. : t1
PHILADELPHIA, March 7
fP)Sandy Seifert, Pittsburgh,
0 founds, knocked out Tiny
im t "Herman, ' Portland, Ore.U in
e eighth" rounds of a scheduled
9 rottttd" bout here tonight.' Her
an' iac Ranging on. the'' ropes
hep the. referee stopped the bout.
NEW YORk.jiafch '7. (AP)
-TonyXiCanzoiierl, crack New
ork.r,,bantain, .outpointed.. Joe
inch' of California W a' fast lo
kiaad thatcH TiereT tonight " Each.
eighed Cl 21 pounds. -
1 .': r-"i - .
BFAION."tfP. March 7W
APl-lJlmmy flattery,. 169, .Byf-
,' :Uo, won , from LGepre Geraas,
t Ph0aJ'elphia ftja lechnicajl
nockbtit In tii third round' o-
C NKWUKi' JJ4 March, 7 -,
APJ-Eddie tR6berts, il50, TaJ
rcvsna;Wash., tonight won, the
iMw-spaperV-; decision over Danoy
Irish Fsganv 152. Newark, ia a
1 D rbiin'd boiit. t
Pomeroy" ii1 Keene,' Jewelers,
never fail to glre yon 100 on
the dollar. Watches, clocks, pins.
I'liarms.'"' Standard high jgr&ao
stock im all departments." T
. C. F, lJreithaui't,'"flori9t" and
drcorator,:512 Stat." Phcrue 5tJd
r'owers, tulbs, floral designsVlor
ail pccastoiis. Pioaesraad. leader
:i g-igq. .-r. "' lJ
w t Seeking; Positions
Clinch I'lacp lit
Jjeague liy' Money Deposit
Mfltrh enthusiasm foVibase'ball in
Salem this year' was displayed at
the first workout or can did a ten
for'. the " Senators team' which will
compete " in the Portland City
league, Sunday afternoon at the
12th 'street park, t On account of
the fact "that the. ifeld has not
yet been dragged the practice was
confined to warming uu and' bat
tlng,practice. Jh addition to the
candidates already .announced, a
hnnVber -tit ner men "reported.
About 20 in. all turned out. " '
"Manager r Frisco" Ed ards and
Director . H- Hobakon vfent tQ
PortlandJ last uiglit Jo attend anp
other .meeting of the league pi -ficials,
at which they, with the
other teams, clinched membership
by depositing their forfeit money.
Several, -Lists of Players
Sent in; First Team oming
., ' . on, Wednesday , ;
BaskeLball teams which will
participate in the htate Jiigh school
tournament at WUlamette univerf
sity Thursday, Friday and Saiur
day w.ilLbegin axriving in the icily
Wednesday ; morning, i t w a s
learned- here ilonday when- the
player lists of.six of tjie teanis
were received. I . , - :
The Pendleton quintet, accom
panied by Coach Bob Qninn. will
probably, be the first to arrive,
coming Wednesday morning ac
cording to present plans.
Players who are listed as com
prising the squad w.hich Quinn will
bring, and their numbers, include:
Francis Sullivan l,;Ned Cronip 4t.
Gilbert Jones 3, Allen. Carden 2,
Hubert Allen 5, Elmer Pahl S,
Elbert Be tts 7, William Laing 8.
Medford, another of the teams
wb'ich'Is expected to make a strong
bid tar. the state title, has quali
fied in- its district. The list sentia
includes-Cu Forwards, Melvin Al
bert 5, Waodie Archer 0, Lowell
Dew 7; centers, Archie Laing 2,
Estell, Phipps 61 guards, Delbert
'Anderson 9, Fred McDonald 4,
1 Wasco,, which defeated Red
mond for the right to re'presertits
district, wUl, be represented- by
Coach Paul X. Knoll and the fol
lowing players: blis ''R6yce 2,
Roy Andrews 1 Vernon" Button 5.
j Herald Nunn 4. Harold Pajno 6,
TRex'Kaseberg 7,' Artniir Watkins
8, Wayne Dar,by ,2. y
La Grande, winner in its dis
trict, vh.as submitted the following
list': .' Irvin. ZundeJ 3. Richard Lyr
man 2, Floyd Berry 5, Francis
Newlin 4, Eldon Hanks 1, Ches
ter Stajcup 6. Wilford Stoddard
10 or George Baker'S, and "Edwin
McCorkle, 7. ' "'
' Marshfield's" list ' Includes Ken
neth Norberg 2, Hugh Chapman 1,
Robert Sheedy a, Alton Selen &,
Selberg-4, Carl Payne' 7, Elmer
Salem has" turned in its list, the
names 'including Edward Sieg
mundf i, Harold Olioger:2; Thomas
Duffey '3, pelbert Schra"bbauer 4.
Hubert Ashby t, liwlgbt Adams 6,
Homer Lyons 7, Robeft? Drager 8.
" Drive " 'round" 'bn" 'G6od" "Tires.
"More pleasure and less trouble."
The famous'" VTklng'iT,nres"',and
Tubes have no superior. Malcolm!)
Tire Shop, 205 N. Com'l. ()
Capital -Bargain House, Capital
Tire Mfg. Co.; Mike's Auto Wreck
ing. Three in one. Bargain center
bt SalemT- ' Thousands of bargains.
H. Stelilbock,r 215 Center. - ')
Astoria' High IHdop Team
Clinches District Title
ASTORIA, March 7 (AP)
Astojia .high school basketball
te'am.tobk the title' for the lower
Columbia river district tonight by
defeating the Clatskanle high
school 'quintet 24 to"I6 in fen over
time game played at "Seaside, and
win 'represent this district at the
ptate tournament In Salem.
The Astoria high team was
ha pdicapped; by the. loss of three
I s tar "players who were dfsqualified
today ny the state high school ath
letic' association T for compcvlng
during'ftieir ninth term in school.
The decisida reyerses',;fh"bptnIoii
(Of the school athletic of ficials' of
J "Chi. K. Spautdihg Logging Co.;
lumber" and' buUdia 'materials.
The: best costs' DO'"more-than in
ferior grades. 3o to the big Sa
lem factory 'and save money.-
HOREMAXS IX" LE.D
r WASHINGTON, March. T (AP)
Edonard Iloremans of Belgium
went into the lead in the world
championship 18.2 i balkline 'bil
liard tournament tonight, by de
feating Willie Heppe of NeV York.
prcsent.tltle holder, 400 to 2,33.
", 1 , y ,,
Voblj-i' f- i te'th&elV Co?. lumler
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Rickard Sets Date for First
Boutin '.Heavyweight OuU
t,t :; f: door Events. v" -" 1
NEW YORK. March 7T-(AD
-crTex Rckard's pjtttdoor heavy
weight prPSrain. as a sequel to, Jhe
winter eHmjnatjoit t,on.rnament,
took defihlte form today.yhenjue
promoter fixed ThursdAynMayl9,
as the date for a J. 5 round, .match
between Jiin Maloney and Ja-k
Sharkeyihe Boston rival, at lb
Yankee stadium- ; . ; -.
This battle will feature the first
or four big heavyweight shows
planned by Rickard at the sta
dium,, the last to involve Gene
Tunney'a defense' of the world's
' If the promoter's present pros
pects materialize. Jack Dempsey
will figure. in the second show,
starting his come-back attempt
with Paulino, .the Spanish wood
chopper, as an opponent the irst
week of June. .
Jlickr today received a mea
sage.from Dempsey which indicat
ed that, the former champion I is
virtually certain to return to the
Dempsey notified me he has
resumed, training," said .the pro
moter,1 "and expects to' fight again.
He w'ahls to satisfy himself be
yond question', f trst, however," .that
fie xs Ip cjdiiiditloii' tpctfa1comei
bacli.'y Fp'r .that reason' ire will
nqt jef me know his plans' def ir
nitely for " probably a week. I
confidently look for his. entry
into the outdoor heavyweight pro
gram,' however, and am shaping
iriy plans accordingly.1" ' "
Henry O. Miller, 194 S. Com!.
St., where most people prefer to
get their auto parts for" all makes
of cars."'" Trade "here and make
savings on all auto parts. ()
"HaliK A Eoff EIectric Shop, 337
Court Sr. Everything electric,
from mo" tors- and fixtures and su p-
plie to wiring. ' Get' prices and
look at complete stock".
Keene Urges Support by
Buying of Tickets; Enthusir
asm Shown at Meet
' ' " ' ',' '. ; .f :
In order to assure that Salem
keeps the state high school basket
ball tournabient." locaT business
men. are perfectly, willing to" un
derwrite any financial loss that
might be incurred in putting it on
this year, they indicated at Mon
day's chamber of commerce
lunchepn. . ,
No deficit is anticipated, 'if the
public backs the tournament, and
Athletic Director Roy S.' Keene, in
addressing the chamber, did not
ask that the event be underwrite
ten. The suggestion came volun
tarily, from' If. T. Cove "and C. F.
diesy. ; ' -
' Keene explained the situation
which makes it imperative thai all
of the visiting teams' expenses be
paid this year, stating that the
University of Oregon and Oregon
Agricultural1 college "'have 5been
seeking, the tournament. . t..-
The expenses will amtuht,2 to
13000. and with the new balcony
increasing" the seatinlr ' Capacity,'
tbe receipts will "take care of this
if sufficient locals support is given,
Tickets are now on sale at An
derson's sporting goods store, at
Ken Brown's sporting goods store.
and at the university gymnasium.
Purchasing a"' season ticket is the
only means of obtaining a reserved
seat, Keene explained.
-Others who spoke" urging" that
SaJem people support the tourna
ment were C. I Bishop. Paul
Wallace, Stanley Lainson, George
H. Alden'of tbe university faculty.
Walter; Stolz .and N.D. "Elliot.
( The University quartet sang two
npmbers at the opening of the
program. ' ,
'' G. W. Day, tires, tubes and a
cessories; has the'Goodyear tires,
the standard of the world. Mr.
Dawycan give you more mileager
Corner Com'l and Chemeketa. ( '
HSlate surface 'roofing applied
oyer your old shingles.. We have
bter ; 2 0 0 'job In" Salem, Nelsbri
Bros., - plumbers; 5 sheet i-' metal
work, 355 Chemeketa. -
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' GOXZAGA 4fVVr& BASKBALL
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SPOKANE. Mar. 7--AP)--Ba'seball
has -been dropped by Gon
saga university for this season, it
was announced today'togive the
grass In the stadium a chance ,tb
grow. Energies of the Bulldog
athletes will be devoted to spring
football practice and, trapk. "three
dozen are turning ut for fop'tbail.,
"Hungry? Don't ' "wait, t order
Kopae Better .yet'Bread from yoar
grocer. It is f reso, Ispholeaome
afad elean. Made by the Better
Xfi fakirs Vo."f fjf i
Rod and Gun Club
r Still Undefeated
Perfect Scoria Turnetl In; Tied
With Hood' River Team
The" Salem" Rod "Ife Gun Club
remained among the undefeated
teartis ,in the state telegraphic
trapshopting tournament as a re
sult . of Sunday's shoot, defeating
i'llsboro ?5 o 7,4,' lii(L now has
bpe, tie to play off, Hood River
also jnaking a pei fect.score' in the
other shoot Salem ;articipated in.
The undefeated teams' have
(iwindled t thre. Dend 'and Eu
gne. have wop .six each as" com
pared to Salem's five: ' The tie
With Hood River f; H be .sjiot off
A' Tfaius that "tiirncd" in perfect
series Sunday were Salem. Eu
grne,"lCoquKle an:l Ilood River.
Saleni's' pjrfc;V'C marks were
made by Clifford Parker, Tom
Wufgamott and Vad Sbeltoh, '
" Following are tho scores made;
by Salem club marksmen Sun
Shot at Broke
Carl Uahlberg.'. . .
C ran I Karris . '
. .... 25 . 23
Lawrence lmlah. . .
Geprge Palmer. . . .
Clarence Bowne. . .
. , no
Romeq Goulet . . . . :
Cliff Parkef. .....
Tad Shell on
Dr. G. E. Wime. . .
Frapkjllaberman . .
Kill Ball ... . i . .
Tom Wolgamott . . .
Ray Kice . .........
Morris " Uat-e ..... V
Deb Rife. '.
Jim Lewis . .
A. L. Funk
Cuyler Van Patten.
K. Rarnard ......
Car. Webb, ... .
Eiker Auto Co., Ferry at Lib
erty St. Autos stored and bought
and sold.. Cars washed day and
night. Low prices and service
Will make long friends. ;C)
FROM EDISON'S BUT
Inventor Proves Hard Slug
ger With "Georgia
Peach" as Pitcher 1
ATLANTA. Gal, Mar. 7.: CAP)
Ty CoW), who has snagged many
a harp drive from "the bats of the
greatest stars ' during the' past
score of ' years," was forced to a
clever acrobatic' maneuver today
in liis first workout, to avoid a
smashing liner and it came from
the bat of an' 80 year old rookie.
Thomas A. Edison, of electrical
fame.' '' '
Vorking at Fort Myers. Fla.,
under the banner of Cornelius Mc
Glllicuddy, who "directs by' the
.cognomen 'of Connie Mack, the
time honored and slightly greying
"peach' went to! the mound with
his 64 year old boss looking on
and then5 to complete the "old
painting' Mr. Edison went to the
plate and took air Pver-anxlous
stance! .. ": ' ' r:':-i
' Ty lobbed Ibe ball ovef'and t
came sizzling back, lined straight
for. hid head. He ducked and fell
just in time to avoid H striking
him in the face. VI can hardly be
charged with an error,," Cobb
taughed, and Mr. Edison, surpris
3 at his own cut. at the ball, said:
!3f' Vou're that spry wlien you're
80," Ty, you still ought to be play
ing ball." '
Farther upstate at St. Peters
burg the mighty Babe Ruth was
alsb taking bis first drill of the
season and he flashed a form de
clared by spectators to 'be the best
in his career for an early season
date. Miller Huggins watched the
Bambino race around the bases
and slug with old time form be
fore calling, it a day. Benny Ben
gougb, Tony LazzerlMark'Koen
ig! Joe 'Dugan, Waite Hoyt,' Ben
Paschal and Urban Shocker were
others in camp and out for their
fuffy Mclnnis of the Phillies
went to work wun a squad rein
forced by arrivals Sunday and to
day, i Bfldw,Tn. Rice, Spaulding,
Russell, Wrightstone, Nixon,
Leach and Cy Williams all have
reported at- Bradenton and worked
.during xhf A&yx) $ v 1
-,.Tae si. Aouis tjrowns ana inqw
Yprlc;. GJ ants J opened their ''grape
fruit, season today' with a" game
at Sarasota. Tomorrow; McGraw's
men meet the Athletics. Washing
ton also, resumes .a. series with the'
Braves atf that time, while the
champion Cardinals are hosts to
the University of Florida playerB.
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ComL. has the Dodge automobile
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r ' You'll 'enjoy driving a Pontiac.
It patidies so easily ana perrorms
so well It is a irkl' pleasure to
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City .State .
Win in Close Game
Second Game of Championship
Series Due oh Wednesday
In one of the fastest games
played this season in Hie Sunday
School basketball league the Bun
galow 'Christian chur-ch quintet
defeated the Presbyterian ' church
five by the score of 19-1 S last
night on the YMCA gymnasium
floor. This was the" first game of
a proposed three game series 'to
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league. The second game will be
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The Presbyterian boys display
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race for niot of the distance with
the result iu doubt until the final
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DALLAS. Texas. March 7.
(AP) Hugh .Nicholas, Dallas
light heavyweight wrestler, took
the world title in that division
from Hilly Edwards of Kansas
City in two falls in three here to
night. He won both falls with a
double Japanese toe-hold, the first
after Edwards had pinned him 4o
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Dismissed by Judge Bean
PORTLAND, March 7. (A P.)
The indictment pending in the
federal court here against Dr. -Lillian
J. Stevenson -of Astoria was
dismissed today by Federal .fudge
Rean on motion of the United
States attorney's office. She'was
adjudged insane last week at a
hearing conducted by the county
;'nd committed to a sanitarium.
l)r. Stevenson was indicted by
the grand jury on a charge of hav
ing sent postcards to officers and
agents -of a Washington children's
home on which she attacked their
character and reputation. When
first lodged in the county jail here
she nt on a hunger strike which
lifted several days.
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Small Crime Wave Hits
.. Astoria; Houses Robbed
ASTORIA, March 7. (AP) A
small crime wave was felt here
today when the fifth robbery in
the past nine days was reported to
Four of the robberies have been
in residences while the occupants
have been away and the homes
have been thoroughly ransacked.
The fifth burglary was that, of a
local high school and is not con
nected with the other crimes by
the officers. Clothing .'and furs
have been the principal loot taken.
Our Ads Business Getters
C Room Modern House, Four
Blocks" From Postofflca
P. L. WOOD
ail St ata Street
Your Car. Deserves . J
SEIBE II LINGS
America' -Finest Tiro
rI 1X 9. Commercial - - Tel. 471
Newest SKadei of
New First National
Bank pudding ,
Da Jjix Bhlnlnf Parlor
Expcrta for Ladles and Oftitle mn
Tt&'g CTKir Stand
Td Irwin. Proprietor
Coff.!y'a Photo Servleo
Tel. 708, Over tho 9p
Morris Optical CO., S01S02 SOS
tit. Hnrj- E. Morris, Optometrist
1 1 1 m ii TPP. 239
C. F. OUletU 8ult 3j-
Iwyer Telephona 1058
HIT.T.MAK rXTEt COMPANY
Stokar DitoliT .
-' Talepliona 27 Yard 1855
rrank R KUog, Poblte Accountant
o7cw- Auuua xacoma Tax
TeleplMi il6 .... : .. Sittom
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Sotolofsky i Son, Tel 070 .
' Seal E fiats, Loans, Ii
DM, O'NeCl fc 3ordetto', Optometrists
Phono 625 401-402-403-404-105
Wlllard H. Wlrtl -and Paul F. Bnrrta
Attorneys.- 410-411-412. Tel. l5
Drs. Iewia, Schmidt Si CaTanaeh..602-503
wmtmil ssssssan im P"!8!1!!
Geo. R. Ver-w, If. Physician Surgton
8ulte 603.- Tel. 2378-2379; Res. 77f.
Robin D. Day and Donald W. Miles
Attorney! at Law
Telephona 193.. 610-611-613
E. P. Smith, New York Life
Room 613. Telephone 193
Dr. C. Ward Davis, General Dentistry
Telephone 816. c Room 802
I. W. Sanders, SC. D., PhyslcUn k Surgeon
Snlte 810. . Telephone 655, Rea. 2348
Dr. BL . RrntM 80.
Chiropractor, Newocalometer Serrlee
?r' Brow JEy. Ear, Rose ThroaJ
gprcuun. Bolt 901
Dr WT 1 Jdhwn, DentUt
Telephone 128S . ; .,, -:;
Chalmer Lee George, D. D. S.
R. If. Griffin, D. IX ., Orttodontli !
Telephone 181. . . - Snite 1002-loOli
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brpr local Xo. 441. uitis V,,l, l
p. m. Call 17 for men.
CAPITOI,-. TYPOGRAPHICAL ru;
No. 210 President, (j. l Kvana; M't-1
retary, M. I). Pilkentun. ile,is vi 1
ond Salwrday, 3:00 p. m.
CARPKNTKRS' t'XION' NO. li,6.-, -Meets
Thnrs. evi-nin?. Herhurt llo;
prexi-nt; XVm. I'.ttit. K.-cr. tury..
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UKCKZ & IHcVDRlCK?
r 180 X. rfigh. , T, l. 1 ,'!.
"' ' LKB W. HKLL
503 Rank of Commerce I'M?. T, !. 41
147 N'. Comruercia). 'IVIeplinne .'77
- 441 Court.
W. G. KRMCGKU
147 H. Com'i, Bm. 1. Tel.
JOHN V. OKK
Xew Bligh Bldg. Tel. 2H"
GERTRUDE J. M. PAUK
N. Cottage. .Ttl. 1 1 HO.
TRIAXGLK REALTY CO
421 Court - Tel. 6.I.
CLRICH k KOUEKTS
122 X. Commercial. Tel. 1'
VICTOR RCHNEIDEK, ICaltor.
147 jr.- Oom'l. - Trl. '77.
ft 8QCARB DEAf REALTY
ttl. a. Sii'i Bank Bid. Tel. 170.
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