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rtue OHEGON STATESMAN, Salesy OrtaMlIsrtday DgfcgtttgrlJT
Conference Memlbeirslhiip -famompr Year
TIio Northwest Conference
doesn't seem to have Bear the
trouble arranging schedule
that the Coaitt conference does
or maybe tt'a too early to say
that antil Spec Keene and Les
lie Spark get back from Port
land and recite ns the low
down. Anyway, everybody
plays everybody else.
There'll be three conference
football games here C. P. S. Oc
tober 25, Lin field November 11
and Whitman November 22. H'm.
Tbat's the first time In several
years the big game with Whitman
has been any time but Thanksgiv
ing day. The 22nd is the Satur
day before th'e holiday. But
that's all right. If the next season
shapes up the way the last one did,
Jt could be played Monday morn
ing at 6 o'clock and they'd pack
'em in anyway.
College of Paget Sound Is
bark on Willamette's schedule
and the game is here, so we'll
get a chance to see what the
new coach up there can do bis
Nothing about the freshman
eligibility rule appears In the
news story of the conference meet
ing. Probably nobody even
brought it up. That was a pet Idea
of some professors in the Inde
pendent colleges of Oregon may
be some of those who would like
to see athletics abolished alto
gether. What in blazes are collegiate
spoits coming to anyway? They
fixed rales no thp coach and the
president of the college can't
play; then they tightened down
some more so a fellow had to be
enrolled in the college in order
to play; a little later they made
him attend classe.
Then a radical step was taken
nd the athlcttes were required to
"crack a few books" and actually
Ket some education. Who ever
beard of such a thing?
But that didn't satisfy the lads
Interested In preventing the
'over emphasis of sports," so they
ruled that a fellow couldn't stay
in college and play football, et
cetera, until his Joints were too
rusty to carry him around no sir,
four years was the limit, in some
of the conferences most of the
big ones they have cut it to
.And while all this regulating
has been going on, until a fel
low had to be a real "intellec
tual" in order to spend few
fleeting moments on the grid
iron, the-cl.-.mor against the sys
tem as a whole, and the sorry
pictures of its abases have been
growing loader and more lu
Some day we're going to get
sarcastic on this subject much
as we hate to be sarcastic.
The Salem Sanitary Milk com
pany quintet and the Western Au
to. Supply bowling team both
broke business league records
when they met on the winter gar
den alleys Thursday night. The
dairymen set a new team series
mark, 2523. and We3tern Auto
broke the team game record with
a mark of 927. The dairymen
won two games out of three.
The Oregon Packing company
five "canned" the Capitol Dairies
two games out of three, and the
Stiff Furniture women's team
won two games out of three, and
ihe Stiff Furniture women's team
won two out of three from the
strong Roth grocery five. Earl
Newton rolled high game, 243,
and M. Shamley high series. 598
Pare and Billiter wjd a sneMal
doubles match from Steinbock
and Eisenbrandt by a single pin
1038 to 1037.
League scores were:
Lcbold 165 103 13 406
Bent'.er US 19tt 170 481
Shay , 144 174 164 48
Bfon 14fi 149 IS 4.41
Ilobini .....148 180 127 455
Total 718 802
HitM 179 151 210
Dane . .181 166 156
Eckstein 184 130 163
Davidsoa 192 139 187
Shirea 115 157 152
Total 851 743 868
WXSTESX AUTO SUPPLY
.189 197 162
173 175 134
192 144 173
147 11 112
- 176 160 157
SALEM SANITAET MILK
Oatria 202 176 176 554
Lorealt 170 156 142 468
Blatchley 1S6 118 184 438
McMaoemy 155 192 135 482
Mohr 165 216 200 581
628 858 837 2523
Hoxia - ..
... .i 179 126
.162 168 163
b852 747 786 2385
if. Ponlin 137 135 135
J. Newton 144' 130 136
L. Hoaaraway 131 180 150
E. Newton 15 1
187 189 164
Total 774 790 841 2411
' The Imperial hotel bowling team
from Portland has challenged a
Salem team to a home-and-home
'match, and the bid has been ac
cepted by the Reo Flying Clouds.
The. first aeries will be rolled at
.the Winter Garden here Sunday
forenoon at 1 o'clock,, and a large
crowd of. rooters is expected to
tarn out to . support the local
team. " - ..
Salem High Hopp
Willamette to Play Whitman
Here in Final Contest
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. 19.
(AP) The petition of Columbia
university, a local institution, for
admission into the northwest, In
tercollegiate conference, was de
ferred for another year today by
members of the conference In an
nual session here. Columbia ob
tained four games with confer
ence members, however.
Discussion of Columbia's ap
plication occupied the entire aft
ernoon session of the conference
representatives. At the conclu
sion of the session the following
statement was Issued:
"Columbia university was
asked to maintain Itself under all
the conference rules for one year
and at that time final iMIn, win
be taken upon the application."
C'fnference Rules Not
Adhered to. Word.
Columbia a year ago was asked
to govern itself by the rules of
the conference. bt failed to com
ply rigidly with them, conference
Election of faculty member of
ficials for the ensuing year was
held at the moruing session.
nanes A. Robblns. College of
Puget Sound, was elected presi
dent, and Paul Murphy, College of
Idaho, secretary-treasurer. Rob-
Dins iieifl the same position last
Date for the annual track meet,
tennis tournament and the play
off for the conference baseball
championship were set at a meet
ing tonight. The track and field
meet will be held at Whitman
university on May 30. Prelimin
ary trials will be held the previous
flay. The tennis tournament was
awarded to College of Puget
Sound on May 30 and 31 hile
the baseball playoff will be held
May 26, 27 and 28 on the campus
of the team winning the west side
A limit of 12 athletes was set
for the track championship.
The faculty representatives
also voted to hold the annual
spring meeting at Whitman on the
same date as the track meet.
Football schedules of
Northwest conference were
lected as follows:
COLLEGE OF IDAHO
Sept. 27 Washinrt.m state t
Oct. 18 Willamette at TaM.
Oct. 25 Pacific at Caldwell.
Nov. 1 Lin field at MrAftnn-
Nov. 11 Whitman at Walla Wal
Nov. 27 Brigham Yonn at
COLLEGE OP rrKT SOIXD
Sept. 27-Navy team at Taco-
Oct. 4 Bellingham Normal at
Oct. 25 Willamette at Salem.
Nov. 1 Washington at Seattle.
Nov. 8 Columbia at Portland.
Nov. 22 Pacific at Tacoma.
Oct. 11 Pacific at Fnrt.t
Nov. 1 College of Idaho at
Nov. 11 Willamette at Salem.
Nov. 22 Columbia at Port
Sept. 20 Oregon State at Cor
vallis. Oct. 11 Oregon at Eugene.
Oct. 18 College of Idaho at
Oct. ,25 College of. Puget
Sound at Salem.
Nov. 11 Linfield at Salem.
15 Pacific at Forest
22 Whitman at Salem.
14 Columbia at Portland.
11 Linfield at Forest
Oct. 25 College of
Nov. 1 Whitman
15 Willamette at Forest
22 College of Puget
Sound at Tacoma
Sept. 27 Washington
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champion, to the ring in Bladison Square Garden in the new rote of big
time referee. Jack was the third snaa la th ring to Phil Scott, of
Londonand Otto Yon Porat, Scandinavian beayweight. It is believed
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bert's record that stood unequaled ?,d then that Morenz can prot- brilliant season with a 981 rS
for nineteen years. Two of the ffi CrmK0re f1 !? time- toachdown sprint at New York City
official watches that dly Sught Iung'ack!' !"bW eTer fThen Dame beat the jE&
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ing consensus registered IS 2?5 ndZL Ivu "n track Ekfer escaped injures and he
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In hockey-fastest of all .norts rhfS t hi,ne 8ucceS0' hockey, Simpson on the track and
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By BRIAN BELL
It's still true, as Tim Hurst
said, "You can't beat the hours"
for umpires, but the art of call
ing balls and strikes, "out,"
"safe," "foul," etc., has changed
with the years.
"I never had such a shock as
when I took off a baseball uni
form and put on an umpire's
suit," said George Moriarity, one
of the great umpires of the game.
"I am still finding out things
about it I never knew, and I guess
I shall for a great many years to
"One little thing that is impor
tant, is the coordination of voice
and hand. When you say 'strike,'
you must have that hand out at
the same time. If you yell 'strike
and then throw out your hand,
Oct. 4 Idaho at Moscow.
Oct. 18 W. S. C. at Pullman.
Nov. 1 Pacific at Portland.
Nov. 11 College of Idaho at
Nov. 22 Willamette at Salem.
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speediest of all its pUyen. This
able to 7oni tVTT "u
F-8-ers over 'traightaway or
you leave a suggestion of delay,
and the spectators will get an
Idea you are stopping to make up
your mind, which is fatal.
"Then another thjng, an um
pire must be sure he is standing
in the correct position. If a very
fast pitcher is working, he stands
one way, and for a slow bailer,
his position is different. If he
neglects to change as the teams
switch, he may find himself in
the position of a fighter who for
gets to duck, and have to go back
to the stands to look tor a stray
arm torn off by a foul."
When Dan Howley goes to Cin
cinnati to manage the Reds he
will be returning to the league
where he got his major league
baseball start, after long service
in the American win as assist
ant manager at Detroit and man.
ager or tne st. ixuls Browns.
Dan broke in as a catcher with
the Phillies in 1913, later going
to the International league as
manager of Montreal at the ten
der age of 26. Here it was he
twice hit home runs with the
bases full in one game. Later he
Howley has the happy faculty
of persuading his ball players to
play just a little bit better than
their know, which sent the
Browns, apparently anchored in
seventh place, to third In a year,
the sensation of the year. How
ley, too, is a smart trader and has
helped himself to some good ma
terial by the auction block and
marts of trade.
Soon the major league clubs
will be selecting plaeea where
they will hang up their hats in.
the spring for training purposes.
Detroit has decided to switch from
Arizona to Florida and will work
at Tampa, where the Senators,
the old club of Manager Bucky
Harris, has trained for years
The Senators will move out of
amnles f nnr !,..: .
2 f .!Prt "tTbtmng without
tl"K. ,ln. ,es;jui way in
tnuuferred his .printinr abil?tw
The Chicago White Sox will
Join the New York Giants at San
Antonio to team up for a series
of exhibition games, extending
perhaps, as far as Mexico. There
may be some other changes but
the clubs who finished well up
will stand pat.
The Athletics will return to
Fort Myers, Fla., and the Cubs to
Catalina Island, Cal. The Yan
kees like St. Petersburg and the
Pirates are sold on Paso Robles,
Cal. Cleveland is satisfied at
Frank Cavanaugh, the football
coach who wears an iron hat, has
announced that he will leave
Fordham university after this
season when his three year con
tract expires. The oratorical Cav
anaugh gives as his reason the
explanation that he does not want
to die there. A number of other
coaches will leave institutions all
over the country by request at
the end of the season, whether or
not they are willing to die on the
campus. Coach Cavanaugh, who
was a major in the United States
army during the World war, Beems
certain to have a good season with
the Maroon eleven so he will not
take a chance of wearing out his
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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19.
(AP) The Olympic club basket
ball team of San Francisco to
night defeated the Oregon State
college quintet, 33 to 24, at Ke
zar basketball pavilion in a game
that started slowly but developed
into a fast contest in the second
Okerburg, forward, was high
point man for the winners, throw
ing seven field goals. Minlor, for
ward, and Boberg, guard, also
showed up well for the clubmen.
Whitlock, center, and Grayson,
guard, were the outstanding play
ers for the Oregon Staters, each
shooting six potnts.
LA GRANDE, Ore.-tAP)-La
Grande football fans had the
pleasure of seeing two local elev
ens, the Eastern Oregon Normal
school and the La Grande high
Echool. aog throueh difficult sea
sons this year with only one do-
The high school opened Us sea
son at Wallowa with a 31 to 0 vic
tory and then in the first meet
ing In history between the two
schools, defeated Nampa high 7
to 0. Pendleton was defeated 7 to
6 and the Whitman supervarsity
lost to the Tigers 33 to 0. Enter
prise held the Tigers to a 20 t'o
In the final game of the season
La Grande was nosed out of the
championship 14 to 7 by the Mc-
Loughlin union high school team
The E. O. N. squad consisting
of 22 men recruited from 3 6 men
students of the new school, lost
to the O.S.C. rooks 13 to 7, but
defeated Whitman 30 to 13; Col
lege of Idaho 19 fo 7, and Mon
mouth Normal 17 to 7 to win the
mythical normal school champion
ship of Oregon.
Bob Quinn, former high school
coach of Pendleton, is the E.O.N,
mentor, and Ira Woodie. who
graduated from University of Ore
gon last year, had charge of the
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. (AP)
Collier's Weekly which for years
published the all-American foot
ball selections of the late Walter
Camp, today made public an all-
stair team for 1929, picked by
Rice's selections which Include
six from the middlewest, four
from the east and one from the
Ends Donchess of Pittsburgh;
Schoonover of Arkansas.
Tackles Nagurski of Minneso
ta; Sleight of Purdue.
Guards Montgomery of Pitts
burgh; Cannon of Notre Dame.
Center Ben Tlcknor of Har
vard. Quarterback Carideo of Notre
Halfback Cagle of Army;
Glasgow of Iowa.
Fullback Welch of Purdue.
Dallas Hoopers to
Make Long Jaunt
DALLAS, Dec. 19. (Special)
Arrangements were completed !
Wednesday for the Dallas high
basketball team to make a trip
during the Christmas vacation. On
Dec. 27, Dallas plays Molalla,
there, and after the game the team
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afternoon of Dec. 28. Dallas high
will play Washington high of
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9o far Dallas has won two
games from Rlckreall and lost one
to the Willamette freshmen. After
this trip, Dallas next game will
be with Monmouth, there, January
UNDERSON G QUINT
Anderson's a Sporting Goods
store basketball team defeated the
Senators in the closest and hard
est fought game of the Industrial
league series to date, Thursday
night on the Y. M. C. A. floor by
a score of 36 to 33. Stachler led
the winners in scoring and Wins
low, of the Senators, came near
duplicating his quota of points.
The first game of the double
header was not so close, but both
teams did plenty of scoring.
Northwest Cannery defeated the
National Guard quintet 61 to 32.
Nash scored 24 of the cannery
X. W. Cannery
Holt ( 9 )
. . . Schafer
Ashby (11) G...
Riches (2) . . . . .S. . . (12) Sluper
Perrine(6) F (6) Scott
Hagemann (3)..F (5) Shafer
Flake (9) C.(3) G. Flesher
Satchler (14) . . G. (13) Winslow
Kleinke (4) O K. Flesher
S. . (6) Johnson
Referee, Dwight Adams.
AT COLLEGE II
Christmas vacation at Willam
ette university begins at noon to
day, and classes will not resume
their schedule until January 6.
Students will begin leaving for
their homes this morning as soon
as the have attended their last
The majority of the faculty
members will remain in their Sa
lem homes for the holiday period,
but a few will spend the two
weeks out of town. Dr. H. C.
Kohler, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Mc
Cormick Professor and Mrs. Cecil
R. Monk and Professor and Mrs.
Roy Keene will all spend part of
the vacation in California.
A considerable number of the
professors will attend sessions of
the Oregon State Teachers' associ
ation in Portland next week. Dr.
F. 0. Franklin, university llbra
rianV will attend the meetings of
the library division of the associ
ation. Kileen Fights to
Peclsion of Draw
HUBBARD, Dec. 19. (Spe
cial) Terry Kileen of Indepen
dence and Curly Schuman of St.
Paul fought to a draw in the ten
round main event on the firemen's
fight card here Wednesday
night. Bernice Kuhn of Salem
knocked out P.echtel of Sherwood
in the third round of their fight-
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PROBABLE LINK I' PS
Salem High Alun-.ul
Kitchen F.. D. Siegmuiid
Pettit ......... F Adairs
Graber .C Lyoi.
R. Kelly G H. Ashi.v
Sanford G R. Aahhv
The athletes of bygone yea:a
loom up pretty formidably in ti e
eyes of a younger generation com posed
of lads who watched, t)
veterans perform while, they thr- -selves
were in knee trousers.
Nevertheless the Salem hi ii
basketball team, entering its pd
nual game against ta? alumni,
professes considerable confident
that the old grad will not run
away with tonight's tame.
This is spite of" th fact th. t
only one regular from last year
team Is playing under Coach HoP
Huntington this season. That oi:
is Bob Kelly.
With three week of prae'i.
behind them, the Salem hi t
players are rounding into fvui
and are counting on teamwork
overcome the possibly stronger In
dividual playing of the alumni.
Who will sta"n for the gr;i
depends largely on who is vlsili.
In uniform when "Coach" U-.'
Ashby begins looking around f -r
someone to fill each position, hi
addition to those mentioned as a
tentative lineup. 2oh Drapcv,
Schwabbauer. EcUer. Kills. Nao,
Shafer and Hansen are expert" d
to participate in tht game for tre
Reserves who may fill places in
the high school team include
Satchler, Hale. Foreman, Calvty,
Devers and the West brothers.
INDEPENDENCE Dec. 19.
(Special) The Oregon State
school for the Deaf basketball
team defeated the Independence
high quintet 19 to 17 in a clore
and exciting game here Wednes
It was close throughout, the
first quarter ending five all, the
second 13 to 5 in favor of the vis
itors, the third 18 to 13 with tLe
deaf boys still in the lead.
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