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; CAUSE UPSET
30RDS POINTS . . . By JackSords
. A Trio of Philadelphia "AV who Star at Any Position on Diamond
Coach Frank Has Way of
Springing Surprises, Lo
1 cal Fans Recall
Ancient rivals will battle again
cn the basketball conrt at Wil
lamette mniverslty tonight when
the Vlllamefte team meets the
Pacific Badgers In a 1 North west
conference came at S o'clock.
Inasmuch as the Bearcats de-
feated Pacific at Forest Grore re-
- cently, they are favorites to win
r.paln. especlally.it ther travel as
lasi and to as much purpose as
they did last Friday night to beat
Whitman by a. lopsided score: j
., I. oral fans recall, however, that
Pacific teams are always at their
- best axainst Willamette, and it
was a little feared Pacific team
which unexpectedly spoiled V'il
laracl'e'e football title hopes las:
Ml. - : f . '. ,
i ltrings 'Dark Horse!
They also recall that two years
rtro Willamette won a yam? with
; reasonable ease at Forest Grore,
but that when Pacific esa9 lo Sa-
'Ifm tn play a new semester had
' opened and Coach Leo Frank had
gathered In several dark horse
stars rnd made it an exceedingly
tuugh tvenlng for the Bearcats
The same situation - hold this
'.'time v:th respect to the new se.
ii ester and Pacific' may be loaded
to tp-lnr another surpi'.?.
Drwzen. center, has been Pa
cific's ?tar performer so far this
reason. He scored 13 ' points
r gainst Willamette in the first
meeting of these two teams, "-and
has been high point man in sev
eral other encounters. Miller and
Mills have been playing regular
ly at forward, Pollock and Walk
er the guards.
Linfield This Week
On Friday night the . Bearcats
will play Lincield College here,
tifter which the only conference
games will be two with College of
Pu get Sound at Tacoma. Although
cither Pacific or Linfield may trip
up the Bearcats, in their march
toward a Northwest conference
title, it is the games with Cac
Hubbard's Loggers that
Coach Keene most.
Al : French, basketball official
who has handled the whistle in
several of Willamette's games and
has also officiated at some of the
Loggers' games, reports that the
Puget Sound quintet is stronger
than its defeat at the .hands of
Pacific indicate, and will give the
Bearcats plent yof trouble it they
-re not "on" as they were in the
second game with Whitman.
yW. ' fig Ovkes,
1 KSCS Z CT MASTER OP
STARTED A VVnWBi
iB,5l;r,VN .V First 0A?MA1 1 V
A MONG other t....iks. Connie
J Mack. Is well supplied with
veiiiiite aiuieies to iteip aim
realize his pennant dreams next
year. If it were possible for one
man to play several positions, at
one time, Philadelphia could give
a good account of themselves in
a eame with onlv three nlarers.
worryrThe lineup would consist of Or-
woll, left field, center field and
pitch; Foxx, catch, first base and
right field, and Dykes, second.
third and shortr
Jimmy Dykes is the king of all
handy men around the diamond.
He is capable of playing any posi-l
in the infield in
that would give credit to any reg
ular. Jimmy participated in 31
games at second last year for a
fielding average of .982. Playing
at third he averaged .91 for 20
games. At short he averaged
.949 in 21 games.
Jimmy Foxx was bought by the
Athletics as a catcher, but since
has played a capable game also
at third and first. At Providence,
where he was stationed before
coming to the Macks, he caught,
played at third and in the out
field. In addition to such versa- i
tllity on the field. Jimmy hit for
an average of .326.
Ossie Orwoll, the third of the
trio, first dreamed of fame on the
diamond as a pitcher, and probab
ly would have found it but for his
ability to knock out base hits.
With Milwaukee, Orwoll worked
in the outfield on the days he di
not pitch, and also displayed abil
ity to play first base. Where he
will be used next spring not even
Connie Mack knows at the pres
ent. But Orwoll Is sure thathe
would like to throw his toe plate
away and devote all of his time
either at first or in the outfield.
PORTLANp.i Ore.; Feb. 11.
(AP) The Columbia university
: basketball team easily defeated
'Albany college, 28 o 9 here to
. night. Columbia started Fiowiy
- with the collegians taking- an
to 7 lead at half time. In the next
, half the Irish started hitting the
. basket -and collected field goals
while holding Albany to but one
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MARSHFIELD, Ore., Feb. 11.
(AP) A. M.- Fish; deputy
state ame warden, said here to
day that the state game and fish
departments are determined to
push the investigation of Rogue
river fishing conditions "to the
limits." Every effort, he said, is
now being made and will continue
to be made by his department to
stop illegal fishing on this famous
Within a few. days. Fish said,
the department will be able to an
nounce what course will be pur
sued in the case of C. H. Buffing-
ton .of the Gold Beach Packing
company, in regard to the seizure
on . December 9, last, of 6.000
pounds of steelhead in a Gold
Beach Packing company truck
nea.r Bandon. - Conferences are
now being field with the Coos
county district .attorney.
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Local Elks Beat
On Alleys Here
Bowlers of the Salem Elka club
defeated an Albany Elks quintet
Sunday afternoon -on the Winter
Garden alleys, repeating their vic
tory of Friday night at Albany.
The Ideal Elks scored 4379 to the
visitors' 4171. -
Individual scores were: Salem.
Hussey 886, Pratt .917, Nelson
821, Wleder 875. Victor 880; Al
bany, Archibald 794. Hornback
884, Chambers 8 Iff, 'Hurley 836,
Collins 838. Pratt of Salem rolled
high game, 222.
TRUCKEE, Cal., Feb. 11.
(AP) -Fred Prince of Oregon out
classed the field in the Sierra dot
derby once more today when he
came over the finish of the' 3f
-nile coarse 55 seconds ahead o
Roy Stover of McCall. Idaho
whose team won, second place.
AMITY STILL LEADS
N YAMHILL LEAGUE
AMITY, Feb. 11, Amity high
hoopers maintained their position
at the head of the Yamhill Coun
ty InterBcholastie basketball
4ague by defeating Carlton 33 to
19 Friday night. .
On Friday,' February 15, Coach
Cameron's basket toseers will
neet Willamlna on the Amity
floor. Following this only Sherl.
dan and Yamhill, both of which
Amity has previously defeated, re.
main to be.played before the close
of the league season.
Cobban 8 .... .
F. Fonrnier 21 ,
Maseey . , M. . .
. . .F 4 Helvie
. . . F . .7 Suva
. . .C. . 5 Asplund
. . .G...... .- Brooks
. . . G. .1 Johnson
Amity, t,.- Four-
Uer and J.' Williams; Catfton,
iVhitfr and' McDowell.
Unprecedented Amount of
Gossip Centers on Wed
nesday Night Card
. All signs point to the biggest
"house" . in years at the armory
Wednesday night, for the Ted
Fox-Young Langford fight, and If
the signs are corroborated by the
turnout .of fans, some still speed
ier scraps are assured for succeed
ing weeks, - Matchmaker Harry
Plant Intimates. i
It's certain that the fans are
tf Iking about this - Wednesday
night affair even more generally
than they have discussed any of
the preceding fights this year, all
because the local favorite la popu
larly, reputed to have bitten off
more than he can possibly masti
cate at this stage of his career
that's the verdict of a lot of the
The addition of a semi-final
event featuring Spud Murphy and
Jack Peterson added more fuel for
the stove league chatter, and the
fans are eagerly awaiting the
matchmaker's announcement of
the' rest of his card. . Plant has
plenty oboys in sight to fill out
an unprecedented show, and he'll
trot them out, even though the
two principal fights would bring
out a crowd without any appetiz
ers whatsoever. -
Baseball's Big Guns Warm
Up As Hard Training Begins
JASON LEE QUINTET
The Jason Lee basketball team,
last year's champions In -the sen
ior church league, won from Cal
vary Baptist church In" Monday
night's play 16 to 10 , coming
from behind with a spectacular
rally later in the game. The First
Christian quintet was defeated 24
to 22 by Fruitland.
Jason Lee Calvary
R. Miller (4) ....F Page
Bonney (3) F Page
Watson C... ( 5 ) Simpson
C. Miller (4) G : Betts
Smith (6) --G Graber
Hesseman S (4) Pickens
Lewis S....(l).. Dumas
Douris S Cushlng
B. Conley (2) ...F....(3) Forgard
Garrett (1) ...... F W. Girod
Heise (15) C... (6) Pratt
Walker (3) G ...(9) L. Girod
Jackson O .(6) Fagg
Bruce Conley G... Runner
CfflBT TITLE HP
BERKELEY. Cal.. Feb. 11.
(AP) With Washington already
having clinched the northern sec
tion title and California practical
ly assured of the southern division
crown, tentative dates tor xne
three game Pacific Coast Confer
ence Basketball championship ser
ies were announced today. The
games will be played in Seattle,
February 28, March 1 and 2.
Stanford has an outside chance of
4till tying California by winning
three remaining games on its
schedule. At the same time, Cali
fornia must lose its two 'remain
.. m i m
1 By ALAX.. GOULD
Associated Preaa Sports Editor
NEW YORK, Feb. 11. (AP)
Baseball's big parade is all read"?
to take up the march to the' south
as well as tot few outposts In the
far wesL, ' -
By the end of this week, most
qg the 16 major league squads, or
at least their advance guards, will
be on the-way' to the training
campa scattered from St Angus
tine to Catallna Island. By the
nd of this month or not later
than the first week of March the
battle between regulars and rook.
ies will be on in full blast.
Smaller squads, with a, marked
increase In college... talent r am
bitions for big league action, fea
ture most of the big league ros
ters. Shakeupa in the organiza
tions of personnel of a number of
clubs, notably the Detroit Tigers,
Washington Senators, St. Louis
Cardinals and Chicago Cubs, will
cause 'unusual attention to be di
rected toward the workouts of
these outfits. . .
All along the line, in the Amer
ican league, they are strengthen
ing to give battle to the world's
champion Yankees, whose advance
guard does not leave for the St.
Petersburg camp for another ten
days. In the National league
there is every prospect of another
hot fight for the pennant.
trouble getting down to the limit
of 25 by June 15.
Most of the clubs are traveling
light. The spring squads appear
reduced to a point where only the
likeliest rookies are having their
expenses paid for tryouts.
The Athletics and Cardinals, ac
cording to their rosters, will each
have less than 30 players in camp
so that Baher will not have any
UThe pathfinders for the Giants
will start the Jaunt to San An
tonio tomorrow, led by Secretary
Jim Tlerney. The players depart
ing will include Warren Ogden
and Floyd "Johnson, pitchers, and
Jack Cummlngs,-catcher. At St.
Louis the party will be Joined by
Joe Genewich, Larry 'Benton and
Bill, Walker, pichers, as well as
Ray Schalk, assistant manager
Land, catcher,, and Joe Witry, an
other back-stop. -
The first workout -for battery-
men at San Antonio Is elated for
February 15" and the roll call for
he regulars is scheduled for
According - to Tierniy. . only
hree players remained to be
signed for 1929 Garland Buck
eye, Giant soutnpaw; jimmy
Welsh and Fred Leaeh, outfield
Wiley Moore, minus his tonsils.
is ready for a . big comeback on
the- mound Tor the Yankees this
year. Just what effect the throat
operation will have upon his ef
fectiveness remains to be seen but
the Oklahoma right-hander today
notified Secretary Ed Barrow It
had been performed and that he
was on the way to Hot Springs,
Ark., for workouts, preliminary to
joining the champions in Florida
February ,25, the date on which
the Yankee assembly will be
SLATE DUEL MEET
EUGENE, Ore., Feb. 11. (AP)
Swimming will come into its
own at the University of Oregon
Tuesday night when the univer
sity ewimming team will meet
Northwestern University of Chi
cago in a dual contest here.
Northwestern is one of the
greatest intercollegiate teams in
the United States and boasts of
three national intercollegiate
champions in the persons of Wal
ly Colbath. Dick Hinch and Al
Schwartz. Oregon mermen de
feated Oregon State 52 to 15 here
Saturday but wfll meet a team of
different calibre Tuesday.
Sudden Downpour Brings
SharRey's 'Training Sche
' dule to Quick Stop
MIAMI BEACH. Fla., Feb. 1 1.
-(AP) A tropical shower whicn
broke Into Jack Sharkey's train
ing schedute this afternoon, for
ced Rim to postpone his scheduled
workout and the Boston sailor
had to content himself with a ses
sion of road work under a hot sun
this morning. ; " - .
Meanwhile. "Young" Stribling,
who meets Sharkey In Flamingo
Park arena the night of February
27, was Idle, except ' for three
miles of road work. - "
He plans to go into the Ever
glades tomorrow to do some fish
ing, returning to throw himself
into Intensive training.
To prevent his future sessions
with his sparring partners from
being Interrupted by showers,
carpenters put a roof In Sharkey's
training quarters late today.
M Pill SKIDS
I S HE
MISSOULA. Mont., Feb. 11.
Control of the tip off and con
version of a high percentage of
shots from inside the scorlnK
zone gave the University oi
Washington a conference basket
ball victory over the Montana
Grizzlies here tonicht 46-27.
Chinske and Jaloff, rival for
wards, were the spectacular lead
ers of their teams in scoring, each
man sinking difficult shots fre
quently. The height of McCarlyn
Husky center, gave him control
of the ball at center and kept t he-
Montana team on the defense
much of the time. Rule's shots
from the sidelines sent Montana
off into the lead but Washington
reached the half leading 26 to 10.
Botl) teams Used substitutes free
ly during the second period.
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The Reo Flying Clouds pulled
the Schei's Men's Wear bowling
team in the City league from its
1.000 standing Monday night by
winning two games out of three
from the league leaders.
The Elks won two out of three
games from O'Leary's Legion
naires and the Man's Shop won
by the same' margin from the Cap
ital City Bedding company quin
The .Imperial Hotel five of
Portland won from O'Leary's Le
gionnaires in Portland Sunday by
a score of 4833 to 46p6 in a five
eame match. Individual scores
Imperial: Raymond 1003, Jen
nines 924. Damain 919.- Classer
986, Kruse 991. Legionnaires:
Greenlaw 916, Karr S76. Hall
930, Stoliker 97a, Kantola 934.
, The Hartman's women's team
from Salem was only 20 plfls be
hind the Recreatfon ' alleys all
stars of Portland at tlTte end of
the first three games of a nine
game home and home series.
League scores Monday night
1 .: 180
ton 168 638
157 190 457
148 125 429
178 188 511
180 206 540
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WITH SEALS U
Lorls R. Baker, former member
of the Salem Senators baseball
team and son' of Mn and Mrs. C.
B. - Baker, 13 1 North Church
street, who has held a contract
with the San Francisco Seals for
two years. Monday signed up with
the same team for the third sea
son. 1924 and 1925 Baker played
third bape and shortstop on the
Oresron State college baseball
team and was with the Senators
In the' summer of 1925. He join
ed the Seals in 1928. Part of the
time siftce, while retaining his af
filiation with the San Francisco
club, he has played with Peoria in
the Three I league, Dallas in the
Texas league, Chattanooga in the
Southern league and Des Moines
in the Western league. He batted
.320 last year.
While at O. S. C. Baker won
tbe prize offered by the Moun
tain States Power company for
excellence In scholarship, man
hood and. athletics. In addition
to playing on the baseball team,
he played varsity basketball at
the state college.
.755 853 877 2431
. 159 188
750 900 829 2479
Mohr 154 177
.... .161 161
ASTORIA. Ore.. Feb. 11.
(AP) George Ingersoll of Astor
ia won a decision over Frankie
Warnecke of Portland tonight In
their eight round bout as the main
event of the weekly card tonight.
Ingersoll weighed 147; Warnecke,
"Bobo Billy" Church knocked
out Kenneth Kent of Hood River
in the fourth .round of a scheduled
six round fight. Church, of - Pott
land, weighed 142; Kent 143.
Totals 24 872 827 2523
- 782 933 870 58
' nylnc Olonas-
S. Stinbock 167 178 173 S18
Karr 171 163 l o
rr 168 171 143 4SR
Newton 165 178 203 540
Hemenway 151 - 209 2U4 o
Total 822 901 889 2612
Kertson -. 155
Wilkimon .- . 143
McMnllen . 158
167 180 502
170 143 473
164 155 463
189 T87 534
184 163- 559
Total 828 87 S28
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned "has been, duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marion, as administrator of
the estate'of -John J. Hammer, de
ceased, and that he has duly qual
ified as such administrator; all
persons having claims .against the
estate oi said decedent are hereby
notified to present the same, duly
verified, to me, at my office at
203 Oregon. Building, .Salem, Ore
gon, within5 six : months' from the
date of this note.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
5th day of February,' 19 2
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Administrator of ' the estate , of
John J. Hammer, Deceased. X .
- NOTICE OF FIXAIi ,
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County - of. Marlon, her
duly verified Final ' Account,; as
administratrix of the estate of
Emma Hocking, deceased, ' and
that said -Conrt has fixed' Tues
day, the 12th day-of Mareh. 1929,t
at. the hour of ten .o'clock A.- M.
of said day, as the time, and the
County Court Boom 1n the Conntv
Court House,', at Salem, in ' Marion
County,, Oregon; as the place for
hearing said final account and all
objections': tkereto,V t4'v--L,Z
Dated at Salem, Oregon, - this
5th day pf February; l2tv
Administratrix of the- Estate of
f- Emma Hocking, deceased.
RONALD C GLOVER, ' , . V,
.Attorney, for. Adm!nlstrtrlx,
V , SALEM, Oregon. . : ,
Swim Mark Made
CORVALLIS, Ore., Feb. 11.
(AR Four-Pacific coast records"
wre, bettered 1ete tonight trth
Northwiesletb lintversttyswiinmlnf i
team in the- meet with the Oregon .
State college. Northwestern mak
ing a clean sweep of all eight first
places with a score of 43. to 24.
Records went by the boards in ti e
4 00 foot, relay. 50 yard dash, 100
yard dash, and medley relay.
Northwestern meets University of
Oregon at Eugene tomorrow.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, has been appointed
by the Conhty ( Court" of the State
of Oregon for Marlon County Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Grace
Stiff Ier, Deceased, and has quali
fied as such. , ': ; ,:; -
. All persons - having claims
against said estate are hereby "no
tified to present, the same, duly
verified as required b) law, tp
the undersigned at the office of
Page & Page, attorneys for. said
estate. Ladd ft Bush Bank Build,
ing, Salem, Oregon, within--six
months,1 from the date of the first
publication 'of this notice. The
date of the first publication of
this notice is the-22nd day of Jan
uary, 1929, and the last is the
19th day of February. 1929.
LLOYD E. STIFFLER,
Administrator of the Estate of
Grace Stif tier, Deceased."
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