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BEECH LER STAR
IW SPEEDY TILT
Visitors Make Early Threat,
.'But Score No Field Goals
The Salsm-Eugsas high basket
ball clash en Salem high's floor
Friday night was the usual bitter
"contest that results when these
two' schooU get : together In ath.
letics, bat the competition didn't
I extend Into the realm of scoring.
There Salem high had things much
its own war nd romped orer the
Yiaitors 4 to 12.
The slender Eugene lads gare
plenty of promise in the first quar.
ter. After Salem had amassed i
lead of to 2, Eugene' came bade
and was only four points behind
at the end of the period. In this
laterral the Near brothers and
Conghlln made some pretty shots.
After that tt was all Salemj and
Eugene didn't get a field goal In
- the second half. The score at half
, time was 20 ; to 9. The red and
' black seemed to gain speed as the
visitors slowed down, until ni the
last quarter, even with three sub.
stitutes holding down the scoring
end of the floor for Salem, the
game 1 derelopedtnto a series of
dashes toward Salem's basket with
Eugene players futjlely attempt
ing flying tackles in forlorn ef
forts to stop them.
- Beechler Develops
"Beechler stood out both as high
point man and as the central fig
ure in Salem's floor play in this
game. He is rapidly developing
Into-a star who will ably fill the
shoes of centers who hare. preced
ed him, more on account of the
persistent "fight" with which he
keeps trying after most players
would consider themselves hope
lessly checked, than for any other
reason. Most of his shots are made
after guards "have swarmed all
over him. Charles Kelly also leap
ed Into the limelight in this game,
developing an uncanny ability to
outwit his guard and lose him
Siegmund (4) F
C. Kelly (I) P
JL. Kelly (6
QREGON SEEKS CAGE TITLE AGAIN
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! Stay tori Beats
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SILVERTON, Ore., Jan. 18.
i (8 p e e 1 a 1) The Stayton high
j school basketball team came from
1 behind in the last quarter and de-
feated SilTsrten high 19 to 18
I here tonight, i Silverton had been
j leading It to 10 at halt time. The
I winning point was made on a free
throw after r Silverton foul, when
' the score was 18 all with only a
tew seconds remaining to play.
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4 - . 1 k':
Seeking his third championship in six' years, Coaca William J.
Reinhart. of the University, of Oregon, has moulded together a cage
team of veterans who are aiming for ths Pacific Coast conference
title. Photo shows Gordon Ridings, brilliant forward, who was lead
ing scorer of the conference last year; Scott Iffflignn; veteran guardl
vpper left, and, inset, of Coach Reinhart.
The Northwest cannery and
Duck teams came out of the young
men's division league tournament
games last night on the top over
the DeMolay and Bank -players
with scores of 28 to 7 and 28 to
20. Neither game was spectacu
lar with the exception of the pass
ing of Drager lor the cannery
team and the basket shooting of
Bachelor for the Ducks.
Drager and Nash tied for high
score Honors in tne first game
with seven points each. Batchelor
was nigh score man tor tne eve
ning with five 'field goals and
three free shots for a 13 score.
1' -t 1 "
CHICAGO, Jan. 18. (AP)
i , Tony Cansoneri of New York, f or
mer world's featherweight cham
pion, knocked out Armando San
tiago, of Cuba, In the fifth round
i of a scheduled ten round battle
X. W. Cannery (28)
3cott (2) F. . .
Nash (7) F. 3
Drager ( 7 ) C . . .
Riches (6) . .0. . .
Wlnslow (6) ....
Batchelor 13. .F. . .
Schwabbauer 9 F. . .
Serdotz (4) ..C...
Schafer G . . .
F. Hageman 2G...
. (4) White
. . Campbell
. . . . DeLlsle
. . : . . GroteH
. (8) Wilson
( 3 ) Hansen
. . (7) Ashby
The Ladd and Bush bowling
team in the Bankers' league de
quintet three games straight and
feated the Headquarters 249th
the Capitol Theatre won an equal
number of games from Western
Paper Converting company in Fri
day night's play on the Winter
Garden alleys, t
In the Ladies' league, Capitol
theatre took two games out of
three from Hartman's and Mont
gomery Ward won three straight
from Central Pharmacy.
Wilaoa .. . 154 13S 184 473
Willi 122 124 10 852
Greenbaom - 12ft 140 127 898
Anderson .. 147 128 127 402
Arpke ....124 169 173 457
.673 687 717 2077
Ladd and Buih :
Hoffman .. 123 113
Boatrark .. 110
Kutch . 163
Hockestein . 115
Totali 691 700 757 3148
Beyerl , .
... 140 121
.."716 681 698 2095
Capitol Tneatre '
RM1 .14t 159
Thompson 149 144
Bowen 1ZZ 9
Eckholm 163 147
Martin 155 188
.......738. 783 727 2198
- LADIES' IXAGTTB
Poulin 159 182
L. Hemenway 143 132
McVey . 144 131
.446 445 472 1863
Tibbeta 119 149
Brr 140 1V2
E. Hemenway 147 164
..400 469 445 1320
Will, 181- 122
Knowlea 146 148
Rigr - 100 168
427 438 460 1825
158 139 130 427
...105 144 120 3f
140 13$ 194 472
.424 421 444 1289
Lomski Batters Way to Nod Over Braddock
Jersey City Boy Lands Hard
Blows; Trickle of Blood
NEW YORK. Jan. IS. (AP)
Leo Lomski. slashing light
weight from Aberdeen Wash.,
battered out a decision over
James J. Braddock. otVJersey City,
tonight in the ten round feature
match of a stirring card at Madi
son Square Garden. Braddock,
who recently Jumped into fame
by knocking . out - Tuf fy Griffiths
and fracturing Pete Latzo's Jaw,
scaled 172 pounds; Lomski 172.
Both were tired In ths tenth
and cautions, willing to slug at
close quarters. A the close they
rocked each other with ponderous
Lomski won by forcing the bat
tle every inch of the way although
he was battered considerably and
staggered . frequently along the
route. . Jimmy unleashed a right
in the third round that slashed a
deep gash in Lomskl's left eye
brow. In each round, thereafter,
Braddock kept a trickle of blood
coursing down the westerner's
cheek. There were no knock
By continually keeping the
Jump on the easterner and drop
ping Into close quarters with left
hooks to the body, Lomski drew
much of the poison from Brad
dock's crushing right hand. James
J. was loath to lead at all times,
never forced the milling, and
failed to take advantage of the
occasional right smashes that diz
zied the coast boy.
The Judges failed to agree in
their verdict, one voting the match
i draw while the other and Ref
eree Arthur Donavon gave the
match to Lomski. A concensus
conceded Lomski six "rounds,
Braddock threewlth one even.
The Jersey youngster measured
Lomski ' repeatedly in the first
and third' sessions with the same
powerful right hand thrusts that
finished Latzo andvGrlfflths. He
lay back constantly, waiting for
further openings as the bout went
on but Lomski refused to fall into
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 18.
(AP) The Oregon State college
rook basketball team defeated
Benson Polytechnic of Portland,
22 to 16, here tonight. The score
was tied at 3-all at the end of the
first period. The Aggie rooks
then forged ahead and held a
- By Two Red Stars
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18
(AP) Tommy BUnken.
burg of Alameda and Frank
Walton of Baa Francisco,
two swimming stars, have
emrolled at the University of
Oregon. Blaiilceabtrrg wo
thenational A. A. U. 2W-J
meter breast stroke cham
pionship last spring and al
so was a member of the
American Olympic games
team. Walton, a backstroke
nasi, formerly competed with
Olympic club. The pair are
freshman and not eligible to
the varsity, this season.
AUMSVILLE, Ore., Jan. 18.
(Special) The Parrish Junior
high school basketball team de
feated Aumsville high here to
nght 27 to 16. Perrlne was high
point man for the visitors. Ray
Clark was Aumsville's outstanding
player, scoring eleven points.
..P...11 R. Clark
. . F C. Clark
. . C . . . 4 Fujlerton
. . G 1 Kayser
Satchler 6 S . . . . Johnston
Bowden 4 .
Sawyer 2 .
Parrish high will play Leslie
high on the Parrish floor next
Tuesday night in the first of a
two game series.
Ducks to Meet
At Y.M. Tonight
The Salem Ducks and the Cor
vallis Elks basketball teams will
meet-tonight on the Y. M. C, A
floor. The Elks have run up a
reputation as a high scoring ag
gregation in their home town and
are expected to give the Ducks a
hard fight. The local group was
champion of the Y. M. D. league
last year and stand high this sea
son. A return game will be played
at Corvallis later. The public is
invited to the match tonight.
OAKLAND AUDITORIUM, Cal.,
Jan. 18. (AP) After trailing
for the greater part of their game
with the University ofCalifornla
at Los Angeles Bruins here to
night, the University of California
basketball team came back with a
rush in the closing minutes of
play to win 26 to 21.
MEDFORD. Ore., Jan. 18.
(AP) The University of Oregon
freshmen basketball team defeat
ed the Medford high school here
tonight 24 to 21 in a brilliantly
and hotly contested game. With
a minute to play and the score
tied 21 all, the frosh scored on a
free throw and a second, later
threw a long shot. The score was
tied five times during the game
Trustees of Cup
To Accept Jack
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. (AP)
James A. Farley, chairman of
the New York State Athletic com
mission, was named to fill the
vacancy left among the trustees
of the Muldoon-Tunney trophy,
symbol of the world's heavweight
championship, by the death of Tex
The trustee?Tshowed no inclina
tion to accept Jack Derapsey a?
the champion in view of Tunney's
retirement and his knockout of
Jack Sharkey, a move suggested
unofficially some time ago by
Muldoon. instead the trustees de
cided that there is no champion at
present and will be none as far
as they are concerned until some
figure is generally recognized by
the public as the new titleholder.
ALL IIP IN I
Powers of Various Univer
silx Institutions Not
V'SEaTTttf. Jan. 18. (AP)
Th.attempt to oust Enoch Bag
shaw''k8 head coach of the Uni
versity of Washington football
squad had twisted itself into a
legal maze tonight with neither
faction certain of what its powers
were In the controversy.
Late today Dean. William
Schweppe, head of the law school
at the university, gave his opinion
at the request of President M.
Lyle Spencer, that the .action of
the board of control last night In
relieving Bagshaw of his position
was equivalent to a dismissal.
President Spencer then ruled
the faculty athletic commission,
which is opposing the ouster voted
by the student board of control,
had full right to review the action
of the board. However, the fac
ulty men have refused to take any
action until they have been in
formed whether Bagshaw could
be legally- dismissed before his
contact has run the remainder of
Its three year term.
The boarfl of control has also
called another session" to receive
the verdict of the faculty board.
Meanwhile Bagshaw remains at
home and refuses to take any
steps in the matter. Friends of
the "little mentor" were optim
istic over the outcome as they said
they had been told by the faculty
board that they would refuse to
approve any action removing Bag
shaw until his contract has ter
Puts Klinkstock j
.Away With Ease
i PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 18
,(AP) Ed "Strangler"
Lewis, former - heavyweight
champion, tonight threw Jim
Clinkstock, Sioux Falls In
dian, in one hoar, SO min
utes with his famous head
lock. It wrt the "Strang,
ler's" first match since he
lost the title to Gus Sonnen.
berg in Boston two weeks
WEST LIIVN DEFEATS
WOODBURN, Ore., Jan. 18.
(Special) The Woodbum high
school basketball team lost to
West Linn high tonight at West
Linn, 24 to 14. The Woodburn
team was as speedy as its oppon
ents on the floor, but lost through
Mochel 10. . .
Nelson 4 . . . .
, . . F Holland
. . F 9 Cranor
. . G Decker
. . . G Nixon
13: KEENE SPEAKER
WOODBURN, Ore.. Jan. 18.
(Special) Football letters were
awarded at a special assembly at
the Woodburn high school today,
by Coach Ray O. Wolf to Neal
Butterfield, end and captain; Win.
ton Hunt, half; Matthew Mochel,
full; Willard Hunt, end; Lowell
Gribble, half; Adrian SchooleT,
center; Charles Bartos, tackle;
Albert Lemcke, guard; Murel Nehl
quarter; La Verne -Schooler, half;
John Block, guard; Bruce Gillan-
ders, end; Hugh Gearin, end; and
Hoyd Willeford. half.
As a special feature of the letter
awarding assembly, Coach Ray
"Spec" Keene of Willamette un
iversity talked on "Habit Build
lng Through Athletics."
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 18.
(AP) "The doper," Portland's
newest criminal, added his fifth
victim tonight when James B.
Long told police he had been giv
en a drink of liquor by an affa
ble stranger and robbed of $38
while be was unconscious.
Three others are in hospital
All told the same story of having
met an agreeable young man who
oirerea liquor. The police emer-
eencv Dhvsielan said the Jinnn?
was doped with chloral hydrate.
famous in pre-prohibition days as
"knock-out drops." .
JOHN D. JR.
Forces Continue to Line Up
After Older Rockefeller
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. (AP)
Indications multiplied today thaV
although the Rockefeller-Stewart
fight tor control of the Standard
Oil company of Indiana will be
bitterly fought, every effort will
be made to make it appear In the,
public eye as a dignified contest
and not a knock-down and drag
out brawl for power.
Colonel Robert W. Stewart, the
former rough rider whom John
D. Rockefeller, Jr., wants to oust
from chairmanship of the Indiana
company, arrived, from Chicago
this morning, but denied that his
visit was an invasion of enemy
country for any purpose connected
with the Rockefeller .controversy
At almost the same time Rocke
feller offices made public a let
ter and its answer In . indication
that there was a firm intention to
avoid any appearance of mud
slinging and to keep the contest
n - I'l,!.!, .1...
"Absolutely not." Colonel Stew
art boomed when asked if he was
here to get proxies to vote for
himself against the proxies the
younger Rockefeller Is soliciting
iu su. ciiuii lu uepvae iiim.
"I am not here In this proxy
matter at all." said Stewart. "I
Am lioro nn affaire nf tliA inmnanV
wnicn i ao not care to mtKe puo-
lic. I shall only be in New York
until tomorrow and I do not want
to discuss the fight with Mr. Rockefeller."
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FLYING FINN TO RACE
IN INVITATION TONIGHT
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. (AP)-
Paavo Nurmi will make the first
start of his second American in
vasion in a 3",000 yard invitation
race at the Brooklyn college track
and field games at the 13th regi
ment armory in Brooklyn tomor
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10-Y ear-Old Has
Shoes Sized 25;
. Weighs 250 lbs.
RACINE. Wis., Jan. 18. (AP)
A pair of size 25 shoes has Just
been made for a 10 year. old school
boy at Racine Shoe manufacturing
The boy is Robert Waidlow, an
elementary school student of Al
ton; Miss: He Is 6 feet 10 inches
tall and weighs 250 pounds.
Five square feet of leather were
used to manufacture the new
Physicians said if the boy con
tinues i;o grow he will be 9 feet
.'.all when he reaches maturity.
PORTLAND. Or., Jan. 18. (AP)
Ch (rain: Wheat Big Bend fcluestern
Krd white, $1.50; Mft white, ,'91,19;
western white 1.19: hard winter 91.15;
northern spring, 91.15; wester red,
Oats. No. 2 38 lb. white, $37.00; bar
ley. No. 2 45 lb. B. W.. $36.00: corn.
So.. 8 eastern yellow, shipment $41.50;
Millrun, standard J30.OO.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Jan. 18. (AP)
Ha7 Buying prices: Kaatern Ore (ton
timothy. $21.50$22; Do. Talley, $17
U7.50: alfalfa, $22.50g$23; clover
;17$17.57; oat hay $18(918.50;
straw, $8.00 toa; sellinr prices 92 ton
Apples, f. and f.
Winter Bananas, Wi.
Dromedary. 86. 10 os
Bulk HaUowal. lb
Cone's Pitted, ease
Grapefruit, Aria, eaa . 4.50
i ivnaa, case
Comb honey, now crop.. 4.V605.5O
Lemona. Cal. , ....7.00 Q 7.50
100 a : . a.25
178 'a ..S.50
2J6'a . 5.75
288' ; 4.7J
344'a A 9
Japanese. Bundles 1.35
Pomegranates, lb. .0$
California, erato .
rump kins, lb. ... .
iieini, 0.01. nnacnes ...
California, crate 1 .
Spinach, local box
larrota. local, sack, rK
Cucumbers, hot house, dox.'
LaDDage, local, in.
Calif Winnins- stalt. lb.
Cauliflower. Calif, crat ..
Kgrplant, Calif., lb.
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.. .02 V.
pnu.TT.avn r-. t. ,o
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Csttle and calves, ateadr, no receipts.
Steers (1100 1300 lbs), good $U.O0f
$11.75; Do. (950-1100 lbs), good $11.00
ua. teuu and up, medium
$10.00 $11.00; Do. common $8,506?
Heifers (850 lbs. down) good $10.25
cows good $9.00(19.50; Do. common to
iiifuium i.uui3a.uu; uo. low cutter,
4.507.OO. H.lll. IvMrllnn ...InIl k
?otd beefs 97.255 $8.00 ; Do. cutter to
meaium Ib.&09T.25. CaWes (500 lbs.
down). Medium to choice $9. 00 (j $11.00 ;
Do. cnll to common $7.")0 W $9.00 : veal
era, milk-fed. rood to choice. iitniiA
$14.25; Do. medium $1 1.50 13.00 ; Do.
Hora atead-f rcl- IK TT-.
weight 250-350 lbs), medium "to choice
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ti.juimj.uu medium weight (200-250
ibs.l. medium ' .kn;,. la ontta &n.
light weight (iflO-200 lh;, 'medium to
choice 99.50 $9.75; light light (180-
"v, iom. neaiam to cnoice $8.50
Pck,n- ows roguh: and smooth,
$6.7g$7.75; slanghter pigs (90-130
fbs). medium tn .hni IBAAflianA,
- ,w.m V.W0.VM.
feeder and stocker pigs (70-139 lbs.)
medium to choice m nnffion i a.
or oily hoga and roasting; pigs excluded
iu auove quotations.)
6heep and lamba steady ; no recoipta.
LSBhl (8i IKft Awnl' .Mil -1.
13.00014 oo: r. Too "ft '"XT -V "-"l-
mm 11.50 13.00; Do (all weights) cull
to common $10.50$ 11.50. Yearlings
wet hers. (150 lbs .down), mediums to
ehoico 99.0O11.50; ewe (120 Jb.
down), medium to choice 94.50(38.50:
$3.50e$.OO; Do. (all weights), eull to
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lila Raw nil- I A ,
ewt delirered Portland, less 1 per -cent,
batter fat, station, 45c; track, 6c: -Ijyered
at Portland .49 50c '
Poltry-.(Bytafr prices): Ahtt, -car
4 ft - -"; -kkHsoi ho-i
9H to 4 H lbfc 9 lev li, k v -der 9 H
lb.. 18er Tirine tlAtia. 4-v
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Dairy oxchance. net . nrirae Run,..
traa-44: i tUndarda 48? -Wm -..
; aaodrn-i oxtras 39; mediant firsu 80.
CHICAGO. , Jan. , 18. ( AP) BTin.
V --. - --. -. i Dijrei noil, ton '
woll as Jaly dellTery of wheat and y to
v'," mwm u u; , price le-ela
, ',- , - ---- - wK , VnE vveiaera , ,.
Vf "rt4 i eontinaing to dwarf thai
-f-., .-- --- - "p ounoox tori .., -UalteH
States winter wheat waa iTisi Hog, top
rocaoji for mora pprchonaios,.' . tVoIC toi
Bunched vegetables, per aos. bonobes
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v a rru i a - , , " n ,n yj
Beetl 1 400 80
Turnips . .40Q.80
Onfona 40 .80
Yakima. Gems. No. 1 . 1.50
Local, Barbanka 1.10
Yak. Gems No. 2 1.10
Klamath Falls 1.85
Sweet Potatoes ,... 08
Garlic, lb .25
Peppers. Florida, green, lb. 85
Tomatoes, Calif, lug 4.00
Local hothouse 4.2505.25
No. 2 s
Imperial Valley, crate
Taif meal. 25 lbs :
Dairy feed, ton ,IL .... ,
Corn, whole, ton
. 6.00 .
Cracked and rrntmii 4B.75
Mill run, ton .34.0O
Eran, ton . 84.00
tg mash . 60.00
With asilk 55.0v
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New beeta. dos. bunchea
lnrnipr, cwt. .
cauasn. cwt. .
Hubbard squash, cwt.
New eppf.ta An ttnnihe
Kaduhcs. dos. bunches
Apples, face and filled
Springer, largo ,
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Print a .
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Wheat. wetUra rod, bn
Oats, gray bu. , ; .
Barley. , ton ' 85.00
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