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The New Oregon Statesman. Salem. . Oregon, Sunday Morning, February 10,1929
Sixty Bowlers Entered
V In Statesman's Derby; ;i
Brees Is Leading Field
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Onesided games were - the or
der of the card tor ti e Junior
school basketball league Saturday
' afternoon on the T.' M. C.-i'A.
'y floor. The' four winners -were nbt
threatened' at ' any- time during
J their games. --.
The Presbyterian opened the
afternoon by trouncing the Leslie
M. IS. youngsters 1 to 2 with
, Beld ; and Hale tying for high
point honors with six points each.
Mill street players held the Cal
vary Baptist tossers to six points
the lowest . winning score, but
were unable to account for more
than two free throws, losing e to
2. Pickens scored all ihe points
ior Mine valvar j wwii. .
The first Baptist quint won 4
r to 2 from the First Christian feur
some, the latter team being un
. ble to raise the fifth player. The
i all " around the First Methodist
. quint to win 1 to 6. Brown shot
the highest individual ? score of
r the day with seven points.
. Presbyterian (10) 2) Leslie
Hale ()...-F.. French
Ruren 2) . F Judson
Held Cei . Elliott
Mdhr (2) G.. Earle
Norton Q (2) Huskey
Hulst :.S Johnson
S - Otjen
CaL Baptist (6) ! (2) if. S. M. E.
' Causey , F . Allport
-'Pickens. (6) .... F..1 Dwight
Foster C..(2) Gundersou
Hammes G .-Duncan
;' Lytle G.. - Brown
t i i - : J" J 1 T
oiaiesman aeroy in competition lor wie jour
; nett Bros, trophy, Saturday at the close of the
- first week's play in this neW popular event on
the : Winter Garden alleys. ; still more ; pin
smashers are ejected to enter this tweek,
which will be possible provided that they fin-
ifth frt nin nunps nf thft first-round before
N Saturday. ,, - : r . -
v Brees of the General Petroleum team was
-JJeading the field Saturday with a gross of
1171 pins for. the nine -games;
Lyons of Montgomery- Ward was
second with 4871 and -Woodruff
of General Petroleum third with
r:-v : v - :
Other entries who have comple
ted the nine games, in the order
of their present ranking,, are:
Fitzgerald. Lions, 1221; - Hall.
Man's Shop, i-r 1782; Stoliker,
O'Leary's, 1767; Coe, Man's Shop,
1748; .Greenlaw,- Schei's, 1721;
Perd. Schei's. 1693; K. Barr, Barr
hPlumbers, 1821; Pantola,1421.
Local Interest today centers In
the match' between the Salem Elks
and the Albany Elks at 3 o'clock
at the Winter Garden. At Albany
Friday night, the Salem Elks won
V'rom the team they will meet to
day, 4342 to 4137 in a five game
materWelder, former resident of
Albany, topping the field with a
total. score of 14v .
Scores were: Salem,: ' Hussey
867 Pratt 867, Nelson 847. Wel
der 914, Victor 847; Albany,
Archibald 783, Hornback . 757,
Chambers 725, Hurley 818. Col
tins 254. . ... - -. - ' ':
'T he O'Leary's Legionnaires
team goes to Portland today. to
play the Imperial Hotel quintet,
one of the strongest teams in the
northwest.. Players making the
trln are Grenlaw. Karr. Hall, Sto4
Hirer Kantola and Titus. In
practice match' Friday night this
team made a three game-total of
2908. one of the highest made on
the local alleys thrS year. Hall
made a. run of ten straight strikes,
divided between two games, and
at one time the teani made 11
1 The Hartman's women's team
will also go to Portland to play a
picked team of Portland stars,
Members of the Hartman s ; team
are Ellen Hemenway, Lora Hem
enway. Maud. Poulin, Josephine
Barr and Esther Tibbits.
Present standings in the local
14 First Baptist
F (4) Faxon
.. .F .-(3) Morgan
C.. (6) Morley
. .G (2) Broer
. O - A. Mack
..S F. Macs
..S - Belaney
First M. B. 5 16 Congregational
Mosher (1) . ;.F.-. (7) Brown
Gulliger F..2 Whittington
P. Brownell 2......C--( 4) Gingrich
Bean (1) ...G . Nelson
B.. Brownell .'G (3) Blaisdell
Sterecs S Van Pelt
-' 1 . Hansen
Jake Shaefer is
- NEW YORK. Feb. 9. (AP)
Amid excitement and tension
caused, by a disputed decision and
argument between the players,
spectators, and referee, Jake
Bchaefer, former champion from
Chicago tonight defeated Edouard
lloremana, of Belgium, defending
titleholder in one of the first cru
cial matches of the 18.2 Balkline
billiard tournament tor the world
The final score was 400 to 271.
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Wood' Auto Co.
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W. L. Pet.
Montgomery Ward -4 2 .667
Both Grocery s 3 .aw
Sanitary Dairy 8 8 .500
Fairmount Dairy 8 S .600
New 8tatetman 1 2 .833
Stiff Furniture 1 2 .838
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Montgomery Ward U......14 10 .583
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Central Pharmacy 4 20 .177 nereioaay.
Sam Langford Already Down
-To Weight for Main ;
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. Spnd ' Murphy . potato-, shaped
battler whohas liad the fans;
roaring', approval at CTery ap
pearance he has made In Salem,
will run up against a worthy ad
versary in -the semi-final six
round match on Wednesday's
fight card at the armory, it ss
announced Saturday by Match
maker Harry Plant, s f.
Murphy's - opponent is none
other than Jack. Peterson, a slug
ger of Murphy's own type except
that If anything he is a trif 1
faster. Peterson is - ther battles
who beat- Red. Hayes decisively
here not -long ago, and fans who
hare seen both Murphy and Pet
erson , fight hare been clamoring
to see them both In the ring at
once. ; Recently Peterson defeat
ed Joe Black well In Portland.
Weight Already Made
Prospects for Ihe main erent,
between: Young Sam Langford
and . Ted Fox, looked better than
eyer Saturday when George More,
Langford's manager, in a tele
phone conversation , with Plant
Saturday : reported that the col
ored fighter is already down to
the stipulated weight, 130 pounds
and Is' in perfect condition. ;
Fans in Portland are -confi
dent that Langford will win and
even some Salem Jans who aren't
yet convinced that Fox Is the real
contender that he appeared to be
in -his two fights here this year,
have the same slant at the result.
. Question Unsettled
Fox . knocked out Phil Bayes,
but Phil wasn't ; his old self by
any ' means and was further
handicapped by the-necessity for
taking off too much weight. Then
Fox won a decision . from Allie
Taylor, but he didn't have much
margin at that. ; Taylor hadn't
been given enough notice to get
In really good .condition, and theqr
again there Is that question about
Fox's left glove. ,
In the seventh 'round Fox got
time out to change gloves, the
first one being ripped;. up to that
time -the: fight had been even, and!
It wasn't until after that extra
rest that Ted showed any super
iority. Some tans are still main
taining that It would have ended
differently except for that. '
:: If Fox can even hold his" own
with Langford.' all these g.ue4
tlons - will be obliterated. Lang-
ford at vAstoria recently knocked
Benny Pels down six times; iti
his fight with Willie Gordon he
had the sailor on the canvas six
times before Gordon's handlers
threw in the towel, and the negra
held fats own against Canny
Nunes. - ' v-- . ... ' '
Stabling, the Young-. Veteran of the Ring
TILDEX RANKS HIGHEST
BOSTON, Feb. 9. (AP)r
Wlllffm T.:Tilden, ID, "tennis
bad boy, was named as Ameri
ca's highest ranking male player
for the ninth consecutive time
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Oregon Trounces Old-Time
Rivals 35-26; Bears and
i S Huskies to Vie for Title
EUGENE. Ore.. Feb S CAP)
The University - of Oregon
basketball team won Its third Pa
cific : coast conference came to
night : by defeating' the "Oregon
State college, 35 to 2 S.v Oregon
led throughout, the score at half
time being 19 to 14. " '
In the last period the Aggies'
quint staged a determined rally
which brought the two halves of
the score within one point of each
other, 19 . to 18. Whltlock, Ore- Grayson, S
gon State reserve, had two free
throws but. missed both. Horner
and Epps were retired by the ref
eree for four fouls each. i
. The summary:
Oregon 8taTte (2a)
Ballard, F .
Torson, C . .
O'Bryan, G ,
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. By JACK SORDS
Sports Cartoonist-Writer for Cen-
trad Press and The Statesman
OUNG In years but old-in ex
perience, is William Young"
Stribllng, the Jdol of the
south, who fights Jack Sharkey at
Miami Beach, Fla., Feb. 27. He Is
veteran of hundreds of battles
that included such opponents as
Mike McTigue, Tommy Loughran,
Paul Berlenbach, Johnny Rlako
and other well known battlers.
But none of his previous etrts
carried such importance as his
coming mlxup with Sharkey. It
will be the biggest day of his car
Until a year ago Stribllng had
met with only fair success. He had
worked his way to a shot at -the
light-heavyweight title twice, but
fell down on both occasions.
With the retirement of Gene
Tunney from the heavyweight
ranks, Willie stepped out forXhe
bigger game. He concentrated on
a punch with enough potency to
bowl over the big' boys, and as a
result something like 36 of his
last 45 fights were won by knock
outs. Most of them, probably, were
setups, but they prove that Strib
llng packs a wallop, something
that Sharkey will have to respect
when the pair climb into the Mi
ami Belch ring.
Stribllng is only 24 years old.
He was born at Bainbridge, Ga.,
Dee, ,26, 1904, and made his pro
fessional boxing debut in 1921.
OREGON SWIMMERS WIN
EUGENE, Feb. 9. (AP) TEe
Oregon varsity swimming team
defeated Oregon State 52 to 15 ir
a duel meet here today. -
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Feb. 9.
(AP) While Young Stribllng
skipped about the ring this after
noon wearing his new Injunction
against flying vor riding a motor
cycleu ; motorboat, - automobile or
other vehicle faster than Florida
laws allow; Jack Pempsey, promo
ter for the Madison Square Gar
den in the Strlbling-Sharkey elim
ination . bout announced the per
sonnel for his preliminary fights
on the night of February 27.
Johnny Grosso of: New York,
has been matched with Marty Gal
lagher. of Washington, in the
eight round heavyweight semi
final to the main event. Another
pair of heavies. Spike Webb of Or
lando, Fla., and Toay Fuente,
Mexican fighter, from California,
will precede the Grosso-Gallagher
affair for four rounds.
Pat McCarthy, Boston, will bat
tle Jack Elezar Rioux, who ban
adopted the title of "the Cana
dian wood" chopper" in anbther
lour round heavyweight engage
Rooks Nose Out
Frosh Five 31-30
EUGENE, Ore., Feb. 9. -(AP)
-r-The Oregon State' Rook basket
ball team defeated the Oregon
freshmen, 31 to 30 in the final
game of the annual four game ser
ies. Hartwell, Rook guard, gave
the squad the deciding point about
a minute before the close of the
contest after a series of sensation
al scoring spurts on both sides
Five minutes before the close of
theJtllt the Yearlings lead by 28
to 17. ' j'
Eola Team Wins
Ferguson's Eola basketball
team defeated the West Salem
Epworth League quintet 18 to S
Saturday night in the old Y. M.
C. A. gymnasium on North' Com
mercial streets Ferguson of the
Eola tossers scored 12 of his
teams points and Wright of West
Salem was high point man for the
,csers with eight.
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Local Cagers in Second
Tilt of Series
VMEDFORD. Ore.. ' Feb. s
(AP) The Salem high school1
basketball team defeated the Med
ford high 2 to 20 tonight in a
rough and tmBle game featured
by long snaes by Kelly of the
visitors acd McDonald 04 Med
ford. Medford staged a rally in
the last few minutes of the game
when the score was 32 to 14 in
lavor of Salem, but were unable
to overcome, the lead Salem took
at the start of the tussle.
R. 'Kelly led Salem's xcorlntf
ijwith ten points. Salem was ten
Ridings,: F .........
Milligah; F ;
J. Eberhart, C . . .
Horner, O .
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Bob Morris, referee.
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MOSCOW. Ida.. Feb. 9 (AP)
T Bharp shooting crew of Hus
kies mushed their way to a decis
ive 38 to 28 "victory over the Id
aho Vandals tonight, to clinch the
basketball title of the northern
division of the Pacific coast con
ference and to maintain. their un
defeated record. The score at
half time was 26 to 16 for Washington.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Cal.
Feb. 9 (AP) In a nerve wrack
ing contest .which kept enthusi
asts thrilled from start to finish,
the University of California bas
ketball team tonight made certain
of the" southern section Pacific
coast conference championship bl
defeating Stanford university 19
to 17. The score at half time
was a tie, 12 to 12.
MjIV CONGER FASTER
points in the lead all the way; 11
to 9 at half time.
r "I told you so" was the ezpres.
slon from numerous local basket
ball fans .Saturday night when
word came over the wire that the
Salem high quintet, after losing
twice to Medford high, once here
and once at Medford. turned the
tables and won, even though by
a narrow two point' margin.
The "I told you so" had ref
erence to a prediction made early
this season that the local .hooper
were good enough to compete on
even terms with any high school
team in the state, but that the
trouble was lack of strong com
petition and the confidence which
While four members of the
1929 red and black team were
lettermen -and three of them
playM In the state tournament a
year ago, this group of experi
enced men did .not Include the
scoring machine. That end of it
was left largely to Duffey and Ly
ons, who have since passed on to
higher realms of hoopdom, and
there was nobody on the squad
this year who had ever been faced
with the responsibility of running
fup a score against real opposition.
Salem a victory at Medford pats
a more favorable light on the lo
cal team's chances to make a good
Fhowfng In the state tournament.
. MADISON SQUARE GARDEN,
N. Y., Feb. 9. (AP) The ti
umphant march of Paavo Nurmi,
Finland'. famous runner, was ab
ruptly checked tonight by Ray
Conger, of the Illinois A. C. who
outran the famous Finn In sur
prisingly sensational fashion -in
the Rodman Wannamaker mile,
featuring the Millrose track and
field carnival. "
Nurmi set the pace for most of
the first ten turns of the H-Jap
journey, but Pop Time as well as
the more youthful Conger caught
up with and passed him without
ceremony on the final lap.
t ' Conger's time was 4 minutes,
17 2-6 seconds, considerably short
of the world's indoor mark, of 4:
12 which Nurmi made four years
ago and shares with Joie Ray.
The Finn was clocked in 4: 19, one
of the slowest miles he haa. ever
run, and was "all-out" at the
SWIM DATE CHANGED
LOS ANGELES. Feb. 9. (AP)
The date of University of South
ern California's swimming meet
with Northwestern university here
was changed today from February
18 to February 1 6 upon . the re
quest of Evanston paddlers who
are on their way to the coast.
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More tha 60 persons left Salem
Saturday afternoon for the skiing
party at Government Camp under
the leadership of the Chemeke
tans, local outing club. A few
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