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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem Oregon, Wednesday Morninjr, March 6,1929
Selected for District Tournament sVa
KENTUCKY FIVE PICKED AS TOURNAMENT DARK HORSE
CHICAGO PROMOTER SEEKS JACK
Dallas to Represent Polk
Protest Voiced on Mar
Pigskin Should Conform
With Regulations as to
Shape, is' Ruling
Wesley Ketchell of Portland
Put to Sleep in Sixth
Round of Bout
Dallas, Oregon City and Corbett
Hah setjoolB. representing Polk
Clackamas and Multnomah coun
ties reapectlvely will be entrants
in the district basketball tourna
ment at tbe Willamette university
gymnasium Thursday and Friday,
according' to word reeelved Tues
day by Salem high school athletic
Superintendent Robert Gbetx of
the Silverton schools, who Is in
charge of tournament arrange-
ments, has arbitrarily selected Sa-
Jem, Silrerton, Woodburn, Che ma
wa and Stay ton as Marlon coun
ty's entrants, making a total of
eight teams In the tournament
On this point, however, there is
a last minute disagreement. Su
perintendent Kirk of Oregon City
telephoned to Principal J. C. Net
Eon of Salem high Tuesday sug
gestlng that Marlon county enter
only one team, to be on a parity
with the other counties. Mr. Nel
son's reply was. that the matter
was not In his hands in any sens.
A protest has also been record
ed by Parrish Junior high of Sa
lem, on the. ground that Its team
should hare been included rath
er than Stayton high, since it had
A misunderstanding has arisen
over the matter of officials and
admission price. Willamette unf
versity athletic authorities had
been given to understand that
they were to handle these matters
ns they do- in the state tourna
ment, and they proceeded to select
two officials. Now they have been
Informed that the district board
celected two Monmouth Normal
Fchool students, as officials, and
fixed the admission charges. The
figure announced, the Willamette
officials fear, is not sufficient to
make tbe tournament a paying attraction.
MONMOUTH, j Mar. 6. (Spe
cial) -The Dallas high school bas
ketball team won the Polk coun
ty championship here , Monday
night by defeating Independence
high in the final game of the
county tournament, 23 to- 11.
The game was featured by clo
checking, in which Dallas excelle
and it was on this basis that it
won? The score at the end of the
first, quarter was five all, at half
time ten all. In the third quarter
Dallas pulled slightly in the lead.
making four points to two for In
dependence, and in the last period
It amassed a safe lead.
' Stapleton and Newton were out
standing players for Independence,
while honors among the Dallas
players were fairly even.
By winning this game Dallas not
only earned the right to represent
Polk county In the district tour
nament at Salem this week, but
also won permanent possession of
the county tournament trophy,
having won it three times successively.
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The University ef Kentucky's cafe team has been favored as a dark horse to cop the Southern con
ference basketball title in the coming tournament at Atlanta. Photo shows the Wildcat team with inset,
left. Coach John Haver, and. right. Lawrence1 McGInnis. captain ef tl.e Kentuekians
Numer ous Changes Made in
Game Laws by Legislature;
Deer Season, Limit is New
F (8) Stapleton
... F.. Kelly
..:Cl ; Harp
,....0 (6) Newton
3 (2) Madison
Numerous Important changes In
the game laws were made by the
Senator Upton's bill directs the
state engineer to withdraw from
further appropriation waters of.
Diamond lake which are to be
reserved for recreational and fish
propagation purposes. The state
game commission acquires 80 per
cent of the rainbow eggs at the
Diamond lake station and this bill
will Insure a source of supply for
The deer season under Repre
sentative Ford's bill is changed
from September 10, the opening
date, to September 16, closing
date of October 20 remains the
same. The law provides for one
mule deer or two black tailed
deer, or one mule and one black
tail deer. This was done at the
request of a large number of game
associations and interested hunt
ers in game district No. 2.
Water for Power Opposed
House bill 405, is the result of
one year's agitation on the part
of sportsmen to secure hearings
before the state engineer to pre
vent wholesale applications for
the appropriation of Oregon wa
ters for power purposes. An agree-
ent was reached between the
state's game officials and public
utilities and lrrigationists where
by upon the filing of a protest the
stale engineer is directed to refer
the matter to the reclamation
A bill was put over, licensing the
taking of smelt from the Sandy
river. The purpose of this bill Is
to provide a fund to erect a diver
sion dam on the Sandy river
whereby it is expected to Increase
the run of smelt and other sea
Game Code Clarified
House bill 487, introduced by
the committee on game, provides
for several changes in the game
code and clarifies certain ambigui
ties. As amended, the. bag limit
on ducks was reduced from 25 to
15 in any one day, and from 30
to 20 in a week. The season on
quail Is open In Douglas. Yamhill.
Crook and Sherman counties. In
addition to these counties were
opened to the hunting of Chinese
pheasants and Sherman county to
tne nunting of Hungarian part
ridges. The open season on sage
hens was extended until 1831. The
non-residence fte have been es
tablished as follows: $3, for ang
ling and 4 15 for hunting. All res
ident licenses remain the same.
Several changes in the dead lines
in the vicinity of Oswego lake were
Night Hunting Banned
Representative Henderson's bill
increased the penalty for night
hunting of deer from a minimum
of 850. to $200.
House bill 200 makes it unlaw
ful to have any net in a boat
equipped for fishing on a closed
stream, or during a closed fishing
H. J. R. 20, provides for the ap
pointment of a committee com
posed of three members of the
house and two members of tbe
Oregon State Game Protective as
sociation and one member from
commercial fishing interests, in
district No. 2, two members of the
senate and one member from the
commercial fishing Interests, from
district No. 1 to report to the next
legislature a constructive program
for Insuring an adequate supply of
commercial and game fish for the
LEADS S. S. LEAEUE HAHDY TO KEEP
By TED VOSBURGH
Associated Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK, Mar. 5 (AP)
What might be called a "bootleg"
ball has made its appearance on
the gridirons of the country and
Chairman Edward K. Hall of the
National Football rules committee
today announced strict measures
designed to stop its use. Tbe case
against the football dates back to
last season when repprts began to
come In that strangely shaped
balls had been observed in play
balls with "enouts" ideally
adapted to gripping for forward
passing and that dealers were
selling "either passing balls or
kicking balls" at the option of the
LEADERS TO MEET
Leaders of the' senior Sunday
school basketball league will meet
Friday nighi when the Jason Lee
and Presbyterian teams play on
the. Y. M. C. A. floor. The game
will begin at 7:15 o'clock.
Hard playing over every point
scored Is expected by followers of
the league as the two teams have
won practically all of their games
by decisive scores. The final win
ners of the series is expected to be
decided as - under the present
schedule the teams will not meet
Other games which will temper
of the excitement of tbe opener
will be between the First Chris
tian and South Salem Friends and
the Evangelical and Leslie teams.
These teams have been eliminated
from the running for first place In
the final standing.
Pratt of Fruitland leads the lo
cal Sunday school league In lndl
vidual scoring honors with exactly
50 counters to his credit for the
present season, a check on scores
revealed Monday night. Pratt
plays center on the Fruitland
Other players with high indivi
dual scores are:
Hageman. Presbyterian. 45:
French, Leslie M. E.t 8; White,
First M. E., 35; Linfoot, Leslie
M. E., 27: Todd, Eangelical. 27;
Slegmund, Presbyterian. 23; E.
Roth. Calvary Baptist. 22; Moore,
First M. E.. 21; Huth, South Sa
lem Friends, 20; and Bonney, Ja
son Lee, 20.
W. Salem League
Quintet 22 to 8
The turner basketball team de
feated the West Salem Epwortn
league quintet 22 to 8 on the old
Y. M. C. A. floor in Salem Tues
day night. Pearson and E. Gath
starred for tbe winners.
West Salem Turner
Wright (4) F.(10) Pearson
Groves F. .(10) E. Gath
Jones (4) C Bones
Sebern Q.....-A. Gath
Lippert G.:.(2) Martin
Clark S Bricer
HIS OFFICE NOW
Attorney General Says Judge
Cannot be Ousted Till
Trial Is Over
Paddy Harmon', Chicago fight promoter; has telegraphed a guar
antee of $150,000 to Jack Sharkey, winner over W. L. "Young"
Stribling, in the heavyweight elimination fight at Miami Beach, Fla.,
to meet the winner of the Tommy Loughran-Mickey Walker bout, to
be held in the new Chicago stadium, March 28. JPaddy ia busy
supervising the final work on the stadium
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Marr 5.
(AP) The right of Superior
Judge Carlos S. Hardy or Los An
geles to retain office pending the
outcome of impeachment proceed
ings filed against him by the leg
islature was upheld by Attorney
General U. S. Webb, in a ruling
given Governor C. C. Young to
day The ruling was received ai
the capita? with considerable in
terest for the senate. In making
Its rules, followed the wording of
code provisions and contended
that the jurist was automatically
and temporarily suspended from
office when the. assembly board oi
managers filed charges against
The senate had notified Gov
ernor Young mat Judge liaroy
was suspended and that it was up
to the chief executive to appoint
successor to nil tne bench va
Senate Launches Inquiry
Into Mellon Appointment
PORTLAND. Mar. 5 (APt)
Joe Roche, the"tiger killer," of
San Francisco, knocked out Wes
ley Ketchell, left handed Port,
lander, in the sixth found of a ten
round main event tonight. Roche,
155. dropped Ketchell, 157, for
counts of nine in the fourth and
. Hector McDonald. 131, Van
couver, B. C, took a decision over
Pete Miller, 122,' Tacoma la a eii
round aemUwlndup. Billy Church
of .Portland, won over Don Mack,
Portland by a technical knockout
In the second. They weighed 1.12.
WITH n 1
WASHINGTON. Mar. 5 (AP)
President Hooker's new cabinet
members were quickly confirmed
today by the senate but after ap
proving them it ordered a surprise
inquiry into the right of Andrew
Mellon to carry on as secretary of
Senator McKellar, dernocract.
Tennessee, challenged the rieht of
Watson, of Indiana, the republican
leader, moved an executive ses
sion. Behind locked doors the cab
inet nominations were taken up.
Each was considered and confirm,
ed in turn without a word of op
position. Then as the senate emerged
again into open session. Senator
McKellar offered his resolution
Fast Hoop Games
On Y. M. Floor
Two fast games are predicted
for Thursday night on the Y. M.
C. A. floor when the Cannery
team of the Y. M. D. league meets
the Panthers and the Ducks play
the Bankers. The first game will
begin at 7:15 o'clock.
"The Panthers will tear up the
Canners and the Ducks will swim
circles around the Bankers, if all
teams play as in the past," ob
servers say. "Upsets may be ex
pected however, especially In the
cancy until after termination or
the trial at least.
Governor Young asked the at
torney general for a ruling on the
matter and today Webb gave his
(opinion to the effect:
"That nothing in the constitu
tion authorized the legislature to
cause a vacancy, temporary or
"That the ribht of the accused
to hold office is not affected by
filing of impeachment articles but
Is terminated by a Judgment of
"That only then is the govern
or authorized to appoint a suc
"That the Judicial council of
the state had no power to fill the
vacancy In the office of a super
, "That there existed no duty
for the governor to perform."
The governor had declared he
believed it might be up to the Ju
dicial council to make the ap
pointment, but Webb's derision
cleared him and the council of
such a duty and help Judge Hardy L
responsible for the continued dis
charge of duties.
Mr. Mellon to hold office or to go!and asked immediate considera
on with Mr. Hoover without re-ition- There was about an hour of
nomination and confirmation, j debate revolving mostly around
Friends of the secretary did not technical questions involving the
resist the inquiry requested and I propriety of a senate committee
it was ordered without a rprnrd I to inquire into a case which might
vote. No opposition was present- I involve impeachment and on which
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ea to tne selection of Secretary lIie eaie iaier uugui u? i au
of Labor Davis who also contin- to slt ln a Judicial capacity.
McKellar wanted tne judiciary
ues in the cabinet.
Approval Soon Given
President Hoover transmitted
the nominations of his eight new
cabinet officers to the senate at
the opening of the special session
today and within twenty minutes
after their receipt they stood ap
proved. The president chose not to for.
ward the names of Mr. Mellon and
Secretary Davis, confirmed eight
years ago with other members of
the Harding cabinet. These are
the only members of the Coolidge
cabinet who will go into the Hoo
ver official family.
The new cabinet officers con
firmed today are:
. Henry Lewis Stimson, of New
York, secretary of state.
James William Good, of Iowa,
secretary of war.
William Dewitt Mitchell of Min
Walter Folger Brown, of Ohio,
CharleH Francis Adams, of Mas
sachusetts, secretary of navy.
Ray Lyman Wilbur, of CsliforT
nia, secretary of Interior.
Arthur M. Hyde, of Missouri.
secretary of agriculture.
Robert Patterson Lamont, of II
linois, secretary of commerce.
Executive Session Held
As soon as the White House
messenger appeared in the senate
with the nominations. Senator
By Les For grave
committee to determine whether
there is authority for a cabinet
officer to continue in office from
one administration to another. He
also questioned the right of the
treasury head, despite his eight
years of service, even tp hold of
fice. He cited an old statute for
bidding the secretary of the treas
ury to engage in trade or business.
MILL CITY. Mar. 5. (Spe
cial) The card for the Mill City
boxing commission's next smoker,
which will be Tuesday, March 12.
is completed, featuring Red Hayes
of Stayton against "Battling"
Hunter of Portland rn the 10
round main event, and, SI Flook of
Aiill City against "Jackie" Wat
tenberger of Independence in the
Piini-final sixtroiind affair.
The preliminaries . will be
"dingers," calling together boys
like Floyd Sumpter and Fred
Baldwin, swinging gloves in the
special event, and other four
round events Just as good. Kvery
boy eu this card is in shape and
waiting for the gong.
Barr Wins Hat as
Bowler Who Gets
Henry Barr is wearing a brand
new hat today as a result of the
trenerosity of Fulop's and his own
ability as, a bowler. Each month
the store offers a hat to the man
who turns in the best score and
in February Barr stood high with
the exceptional mark of 278.
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The McKay Chevrolet bowling
team duplicated the "tough luck"
achievement in Commercial bowl
ing league play Tuesday night that
the Schei's Men's Wear teamper
petrated in' City league competi
tion Monday night; that of break
ing both the team game and the
team series records but losing-the
series. This time it was the Cap
ital City Bedding Cubs who won
The Chevrolet team set a game
mark of 942 and a series record of
Earlier in the evening the Val
ley M6tor quintet had broken the
team game record, scoring 936
Valley Motor took three straight
games from General Petroleum
The Barr Plumbers won two out
of three from Wood's Auto com
In a special match, S. Steinbock
broke even with Harold McKin-
ney, champion of the Pacific fleet.
In the first five game series Stein
bock won 899 to 893, and In the
second McKlnney wdn 85S to 836,
and latter thus being 16 pins
ahead. A deciding series will be
rolled tonight at 7 o'clock, for a
$50 prize. McKinney won from
L. L. Hall in an earlier five game
match, 990 to 930.
Two Mt. Angel teams Tuesday
night broke even In a two game
series. B. Blsenius made the high
score f 190 but his brother,' D.
Blsenius, made high average .with
162. A picked team from Mt
Angel will probably play the Ladd
and Bush Quintet of Salem next
League scores were:
:.2oa les 19 47a
141 171 18 480
16S 202 8S
174 157 188 .489
164 174 21S 638
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