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Local Chamo Will Have
"Hands Full, Fans' Answer
Lest soine of Salem' fight fans
might fall victim to heart failure
due to the suspense Incident to
the selection of Teddy Fox's next
opponent. - Matchmaker Harry
Plant Monday hastened to an
nounce Monday that It would be
Benny Pels. The card will be at
the armory Wednesday. February
That ourht to terminate th
uidcbm and at the same time eat-
Isfv anr fan both that the next
fight will be the equal of a three
ring circus and . that the. niatch
aWr la makine rood on his
promise to bring In boys who will
give Mr. Fox a run lor n money.
Th fana thouxht Harry had
done a little better than his word
when they heard that Toung Sam
Langford was to meet Fox here
last week: Langford was gener
ally conceded to be more than a
match for the local youm.
Fox fleets Dodo
But Fox fooled them by slash;
tng his way to a decision oyer the
speedy little Portland negro, and
o Harry had to go looking again
for the man that would match up
to the new local champ.
Nobody could ask that -ke do
...thine vittr than brine in
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Benny PeU. but Jthe situation Is
aiirhtlr changed now. Until Fox'i
fight with Langford, the fans here
or some of them, were sun -Me
lukewarm about Fox. He had
not met any real competition, they
argued, and his victory over Phil
Bares could have been an acciaenu
AnrwiT. Phil was on the .down
rrade, and weakened further by
the low weight he had to make .
, Since Fox's Tictory OTer L.aug
V ford, when he demonstrated once
; more that his unusual reach com
i blned with other Quallfiactlons
would carry him far up among the
127 pounders, the fans hare fold
! ed him to their collective bosom
t and acclaimed him as a real
Pels Real Scrapper
Now he goes up against a man
i who la at the helghth of his car
reer; a fighter who has beaten
Bayes. Allie Taylor and Willi
Gordon, and is rated Just as high
as any fighter on the coast Pels
was barred from fighting in Port
land for a while because of a
squabble between his manager and
the commission there, not through
any fault of his own. Now that
'has been smoothed over and the
Portland fans will welcome back
the mualdan-flghter with plenty
Pels la a fighter by Inclination
as well as by profession; when
things don't go to suit him, he
cuts loode and raises Ned. Fans
who hare seen him in action say
there Is more fight in one of his
rounds than In a whole main
Tent fought by Langford.
Fox la back In Portland train
ing again, getting ready to make
an eTen flashier showing against
Pels than he did against Lang
ford; and the tans say he will
ASTORIA, Ore., Feb. IS.
(AP) "Wild Bill" DonoTan,
heavyweight wrestler of Taeoma,
Buffered a broken rib tonight
when he was thrown by Bob Kruse
Oswego, Ore., heavyweight for the
first fall. Kruse was given tne
match, ha need an airplane spin.
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At left, Amory. "Slats" Gill, new basketball coach at Oregon State, whose team meets Washington Feb-'
ruary 23 at Corvallis; center, Hnge four-foot trophy presented to the college by Portland citixens
V in recognition of Thanksgiving football victory over New York university. Top right, Dean Wil-'
Ham S. Taylor of University of Kentucky, principal speaker on vocational guidance at exposition ;
, bottom, John Libby, "29, student manager of sixth annual Educational exposition.
Corvallis, Ore. High school delegates and other visitors to the sixth annual Educational expos!-'
tion at Oregon State college February 22-23 will find several unusual entertainment features this year
enlivening the more serious primary activities such as the educational displays and vocational guidance
.conferences'.-, . , , ,
One of these' events will be the formal presentation to the college of the large silver trophy do
nated by citizens of Portland in commemoration of the football victory last Thanksgiving over the cham
pions of the east. New York university. Mayor Baker and Portland city commissioners will take part
la the presentation ceremony. . .
An athletic event will be a conference basketball game Saturday night with Washington university,
northern division leaders. The local men are piloted this year by a new coach, "Slats Gill, and are
battling for a first division berth.
Opportunity for delegates to see and study the work of every school and department J the col
lege will be provided as usual, though many new features have been included this year under the guid
ance of John Libby student manager of the exposition. Possibilities In the radio field will be shown
and opportunity will be given to see a modern broadcasting station in operation at KOAC
The chief visiting vocational guidance specialist this year is Dr. William S. Taylor, dean of the
school of education at University of Kentucky. He will be assisted by campus specialists who will take
part in personal and group. conferences on educational guidance. .
. League Organized; -First
Game Here to be-April 28
Organization of the Oregon-
Washington baseball league, with
clubs representing Salem, Albany,
Longvlew, Kelso, Montavilla and
Mt, Scott, was completed at a
meeting In .Portland Sunday with
the election of Fred Oass of- Port
land as president, John Morrison
of Longvlew as secretary and Wil
liam Smith vice president. Oass
headed the Portland- City league
for a number of seasons.
The schedule for opening day.
April 28, was arranged, with
Montavilla playing at Salem,
Longvlew at Kelso and Mt. Scott
at Albany. The remainder of the
schedule Is to be adopted at the
next meeting, two weeks before
the season opens. It will give Sa
lem home games about three Sun
days out of five, a much better
arrangement than -was possible In
the Willamette Valley league last
The schedule will be worked
out so that both Montavilla and
Mt. Scott will play all of their
home game) at Vaughn street
park on Sundays when the Bea
vers are away.
The teams were i required to
post 150 forfeits guaranteeing
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completion of the schedule. The
split season plan will be used, but
no clubs will be dropped at the
end of the first half.
Teams will also play on a 60-40
basis to add more Incentive for
winning. Only four players pre
viously affiliated with organized
ball may be carried by any club.
Manager "Frisco' Edwards of
the Senators, reported on his re
turn from the. Portland meeting
that all Indications point to a
banner season with every club In
the race, but that It will necessi
tate abetter support for the team
than was accorded last year.
Sometime In March anr organisa
tion -meeting will be held here to
plan support for the local club.
- Edwards also bas several good
players lined: up already, among
them Jerry Goleman, Clonlnger
and Harnsberger for the outfield.
He will have to find several ln
f ielders to take the places of Billy
Sullivan, Clem Keber and Denny
Heeman, and his pitching staff
will also need bolstering if Johnny
Beck, who held down the major
assignments last year, sticks with
the Portland . club or Is farmed
Tom Heeney Will
Fight Von Porat
CHICAGO. Feb. 18. (AP)-
Tom Heeney, the New Zealand
heavyweight, was matched tonight
by Promoter Jim Mullen for a 10
round bout with Otto Von Porat,
Norwegian giant, at the Coliseum
March 12. Mullen Is also negoti
ating for a middleweight eham
pionBhip battle between Mickey
Walker, the title holder and Rene
de Vos, Belgian challenger, to be
decided at one of the major league
ball parks In June: He has come to
terms with De Vos and hopes to
induce Jack Kearns, manager of
Walker, to accept.
TULSA, Okla., Feb. 18. (AP)
Champion Tommy Loughran
and Mickey Walker will battle for
the light heavyweight champion
ship of the world In the new Chi
cago stadium on March 18, Joe
8mlth. manager of Loughran ad
vised the Associated Press here
tonight. The bout will be sched
uled for 10 rounds.
out to the new class D league
which the Coast league Is plan
nlng to sponsor.
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Webfoots Qualify as Hard
Luck Team of Confer
ence; Score 29-27
EUGENE. Feb. 18 (AP)
Oregon and Idaho see-sawed back
and forth In a spectacular coast
conference basketball game here
tonight, the Vandals finally nos
ing out the Webfoots with a last
minute spurt by two points, 29
Idaho out-maneuvered Oregon
in the first period, although the
the Webfoots clunb close behind
in number of points scored. At
half time the count stood 14 to 11
In favor of the Vandals. Oregon
spurted at the beginning of the
final period, overcoming the short
lead and running up an eight
point advantage over -the sur
prised Idaho quintet. When the
score stood 23 to 18 in favor of
Oregon without an Idaho field
goal having interrupted the suc
cession of Oregon scores, the Van
dals finally came to life with a
brilliant spurt which eventually
decided-the contest by one basket.
Oregon led 25 to 24 two minutes
before the close of the tilt. Then
Bnrgher turned the tide In favor
of the Vandals with two points.
Thornhill added two more and
Stowell made the last one. Chas-
tain dropped in a field goal In the
last few seconds, but Oregon could
not get the basket which would
have tied the affair.
SEATTLE, Feb. 18 (AP)
The University of Washington
Huskies clinched the basketball
honors of the northern half of the
Pacific coast conference here to
night by scoring a S3 to 19 win
over Washington State college.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.. Feb
18. (AP) The Whitman college
basketball team overwhelmed the
Pacific university quintet here to
night with a score of 52 to 17.
Pacific started the scoring, but
Whitman soon passed them and at
half time the score stood 25 to 14
!n their favor. In last half Pa
cific scored only three points.
TIED FOB LEAD
Things happened in rapid suc
cession when the City league
bowlers got In action in the Win.
ter Garden alleys Monday night.
The Man's Shop team tied with
3chel's Men's wear for first place
by beating O'Leary's Legionnaires
three games while the Sehel team
was winning two out of .three from
Mohr of the Capital City Bed
ding company team set a new In
dividual game mark of 252, and
the Flying Clouds broke the team
series record, chalking up a total
of 2841. The Flying Clouds beat
the mattress staffers two games
out of three.
On top of all this, Johnson of
the C. C. Bedding team bowled an
all spare game, the first of its
kln'd ever made at the Winter
Garden; for a score of 175.
Winners of the first seven
places in the first round of the
Btateiman derby were announced
Monday as follows: Robins 1940,
Brown 1939, Grote 1878, Don
nelly 1876, Allen 1863, Muller
City league scores were:
. Tlyina CI ends
Steinbeck . , 921 181 212
Karr 1S5 188 179
Ex-Manassa Mualer has
More Troubles Than Ever
By EDWARD J. XEIL
Associated Press Sports Writer
MIAMI BEACH. Fla., Feb. 18.
(AP) Just as the troubles of
Jack Dempsey seemed over1, with
smiling skies, vacation crowds and
the carnival spirit of the south
land's winter playground furnish
ing- In aT. song harmony and .suc
cess, a dog fight broke out today
over the naming of a referee for
the battle of the Everglades, a
week from Wednesday night.
The crackle of argument broke
out hours after the old Manassa
mauler, happy that the J 1 n a 1
stumbling block In the path to the
success of his first promotional
venture had been swept away, an?
nounced that the Massachusetts
8tate Athletic commission had
named Johnny Brassil and Jack
Sheehan as the two outstanding
referees for the meeting of Jac'
Sharkey and Young Strlhllng it
Flamingo Park, February 27.
Dempsey-said this arrangement
was made at the suggestion of
"Pa" Stribling. manager of the
southern pride, when the referee
problem was threshed out at a
meeting of all Interested parties
last Friday. Although the Massa
chusetts commission named one of
the men as first choice and the
other as an alternate, Dempsey
said that the actual referee would
not be announced until the box
ers entered the ring.
For hours all was serene and
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Rene De Vos is
Winner By K.O.
NEW YORK, Feb. 18. (AP)
Rene de Vos, Belgian middle
weight ace, knocked out Bobby
urown or Lowell, Mass.. In the
first round of their 10 roupd bout
at the St. Nicholas arena tonight.
Do Vos rushed in at the start and
whipped over a hard right to the
head when his opponent was
hanging on the ropes Just one
minute, seven seconds after the
start. De Vos weighed 160 pounda,
LIONS BEAT BUCKAROS
VANCOUVER, B. O., Feb, 18
(AP) The Vancouver Lions
...swamped the Portland Buckaroos
to 2 lonignt.
By Les For grave
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the problem that has vexed the
new overlor of fight promotion
ever since Sharkey a gred reluc
tantly to risk his chance on fight-
Ling through to the vacant heavy-
wela-ht title by engaging striDung
in ha southland seemed definite
Then ' Pa Stribling. returning
late In the day with his fighting
son from a visit to the race track.
announced that "under no condi
tions would he agree to either of
the referees named..
- No. 71B
NOTICE TO CUEDITORS
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
by the County Court of the State
of Oregon for MariOn County Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Grace
Stiffler. Deceased, and has quali
fied as such. '
All persons having claims
cainst said estate are hereby no
fied to present the same, duly
erified as required by law, to
he undersigned at the office ol
Page & Page, attorneys for said
estate, Ladd Bush Bank Build,
ing, Salem, Oregon, within six
months 'from the date of the first
publication of this notice. The
date ot 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 Stiffler, Deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for" the County ot Marion, her
duly verified Final Account, as
ta A tm Iwl sit tvlw nf inn asm t a ta rt 1
Bruuituaou a wa ia ws a v . v va
Emma Hocking, deceased, and
that said Court has fixed Tues
day "the 12th day of March, 1929,
at the hour of ten o'clock A. M.
of said day, as the time, and the
County Court Room in the County
Court House, at Salem, In Marlon
County, Oregon, as the place for
hearing said final account and all
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
5th day of February, 1929.
Administratrix of the Estate of
Emma Hocking, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix,
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Linn County Quintet Expect
ed to Give Red and Black
U Probably the strongest comptti
tion which the Salem high school
basketball team has faced on its
own floor this season with the ei
ceptlon of tkat provided by Med
ford high, will be faced tonight
when the Atfcany high team conies
here for a return game, to be
played at 7:30 o'clock In the high
In the first game at Albany re-
ctntly the Salem team won 38 to.
20. so Che locals are favored to
win araln. but that game was-
close enough sO that -Albany bigh
ts counted a dangerous rival. Al- '
bnv has a fair chance of repre
senting the district to the south in
the state- tournament, as it nas un
tested Eugene high, the favorite
for that honor. In one game. The
Eugene team it played was' not .
the same one that Salem routed j
hero rawntly, as on that occaelon
several of Eugene's stars were un- I
der suspension for breaking train- ;
lng. ; - '
Another good game Is In pros-
pect for Wednesday night, when
the locals meet the Oregon State
The local fans have not seen
the red and black team In action
tor several weeks, and are an-'
lously awaiting these two games
in order to Judge for themselves
the progress made by the team in
two successful series away fTom
home, In which they defeated
Med ford and Astoria after losing
one game to each.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice Is hereby given that the a; "
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the CoupV
ty of Marion, as adr!n?stratoTlT
the estate of John J. M .mer. de
ceased, and that he L.; :. ;!uly qual
ified as such administrator; all
persons having claims against the
estate ot said decedent are hereby
notified to present the .ame, dny
verified, to me, at my office at
203 Oregon Building, Salem, Ore
gon, within six months from the
date of this note.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
5th day of February, 1929.
RONALD C. GLOVER
Administrator of the estate of
John J. Hammer. Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that' I
have-Impounded the following de-I
bcribed dogs In compliance with 1
Ordinance No. 1404, to-wit: Two,
large, dark colored . Police dogs,
female. One black and white spot.
ted fox terrier dog. One red col- f
ored shepherd and bird dog. The '
above described dogs will be !
killed If not redeemed by owners,
on or before. February 23. 1929,
as provided In said Ordinance.
Dated February lg, 1929. -W.
S. LOW, Street Commissioner.
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wettera whiu, 91.23; bard winter, 81.18;
northern apring, 41.18; waiters rrd.
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barley, No 3 45 lb. 3. W SSB.tKi;
rora. No. 8 eaatern yellow, hipneat
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