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Keporta front Engewe indi
cate somebody ' there harbors
the suspicion that Chief Strait
In leas than two weeks now the
high school hoopers will be ca
vorting on Willamette's gymna
f lam floor in search of the state
.championship. Not all of the teams
will be qualified until March 15.
bat adrance indications are that
the lineup will be about as fol
lows: Roseburg or North Bend, Ash
land, Eugene, Astoria, Baker,
Newport or Tillamook, Bend, Mc
Longhlin (MHton-Freewater), Mo
lalla, Salem, Commerce of Port
. land and Lincoln or Washington
The Clackamas county cham
pionship was to be decided last
aad It looks like that game be
tween Oregon City and Molalla
will just about settle the district
No. 7 championship, though we
don't know what there is in Mult
nomah county and Dallas or Sil
rerton may upset the dope.
Roseburg and North Bend will
settle this Issue in that part of
the state tonight on the Roseburg
floor: A while back Roseburg beat
North Bend by one point after the
final gun was fired". A Roseburg
man was fouled Just as the play
ing time ended, and he converted
the free throw for a victory.
We have it on good authority
that McLbnghlln has one of the
strongest tennis in the Mate.
Baker should not be so dusty,
judging from the way it let L
Grande down without a fie!4
goal. Astoria has been beating
everybody in its corner of the
Yesterday We Saw
An Illustration fro-i Mother
Goose walking down the Pacific
highway. It was a funny looking
man in an ill fitting suit, wjth a
big bag, presumably of grain,
hanging down bis bad . And he
was Just loping along in a way
that reminded us distinctly of the
illustrations in our childhood
books. But the illustration was
destroyed when we saw his face;
Mother Goose books depicted no
Cascade League 1
Sked Drawn Up
The schedule for the Cascade
baseball league will be drawn up
at a meeting in Salem next Tues
day night, it has been announced
by league officers.
An agreement has been reached
whereby the league is divided In
to nothem and southern division.
Complete personnel of the two
divisions Is not yet settled.
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but it is worse on the
end of vnur rinnr.
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LATEST GUSH m
Mjll City Makes Season Rec
ord With 10 Wins and
MILL CITY. March I (Spe
cial) With the winning of the
basketball game Saturday eve
ning from the Stayton high school
team 22 to t the Mill City high
school eagers can claim the Class
"B" championship of Marion
county. The game was played In
the gym of the Mill City school,
with the record crowd of the year
present to witness the defeating
of the Stayton quintet. Bill
Flesher refereed the game.
Between halves the Mill City
girls entertained the crowd with
a clever wana ana marcning
drill. Forty girls, dressed in white
and carrying bright colored wands
took part. This feature of the en
tertainment was under the direc
tion of Miss Florence Jenks in
structor in the high school.
Mill City has played 14 games,
winning 10. Games played" were:
Mill City 15. Silverton 36.
Mill City IS. Alumni 1.
Mill City 14. Estacada 17.
Mill City 18, Aumsville 8.
Mill City 26, Gervais 14.
Mill City 21, Jefferson 18.
Mill City 20. Gates 15.
Mill City 29. Turner 14.
.Mill City 27, Gates 12.
Mill City 19, Jefferson 5.
Mill City 30. Deaf School 7.
Mill City 12. Stayton 1.
Mill City 18, Gcrvais 14.
Mill City 22, Stayton 5.
Total points: .Mill City 287; op
The Mill City team leaves for
Silverton Friday to participate in
the first Willamette valley invita
tional tournament. Their first
game will be against the fast
West Linn quintet.
Mill City Stayton
Chance (16) ... F (4) Thomas
Hayward (3) . ...F Pendleton
Maravec (2) ..C (2) Phillips
Plambeck G..(3) Siegmund
Wachter (2) ....G Stelton
Mason S Smith
Sumpter S ...
M. Seim (4) ...F
Thomas (4) F....
J. Seim (2) C (2) Gardner
Allen (2) G (4) gtreff
R. Chance .. G Julvia
Klein R .....
Seeral of the big ten teams
will tour the south and southwest
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PHYSICIAN who tpedal-f
iies in the medical treat
ment of hockey players, re
cently asserted that six-day bike
racing was, and is, the most gruel
ling of an sports the one that de
mands the very ultimate in same
ness to carry on with the handi
caps of painful injuries and sore
Of course, Reggie McNamara
greatest of all the six-day vets
immediately comes to mind when
ever one thinks of extraordinary
eameness and ability in any line of
sports. There is a man of colossal
courage and truly marvelous
In the course of his long career.
McNamara probably has sustained
more injuries than any other ath
lete in the tide of time. Fortun
ately none of these hurts has
crippled permanently this most
durable of all competitors, fieggie
has suffered more than thirty
bene breaks, forty dislocations,
BEATEN Oil ALLEYS
The Oregon Packing company
bowlers in the Business league
'pickled" the Roth Grocers three
straight games Thursday night.
Stiff Furniture took two from
Western Auto Supply and Capitol
Dairies won two out of three from
Salem Sanitary Milk company.
This leaves the Business league
in a neat race, with three teams
tied for first place: Western Auto
Supply. Stiff Furniture and Ore
gon Packing. Don Poulin had
high series of 664 and' Mike
Shamley high game. 205.
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Okttien 130 124 108 352
Du ; 151 135 100 38
I DTido 17 17 180 53
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K). fcoih : 117 144 128 389
1 8. TaU 16 179 199 544
Clia 116 . 99 168 S88
LavMea 124 .100 894
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H. Ponlia 163 189 111
I. Nawoa 121 . 137 178
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111 184 182
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LaboM 194 128 129 431
Bevttr 175 128 144 447
Baca 146 133 129' 408
Stay 131 198 456
Bobbins 15 113 158 450
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GUN FIGHT FLARES v
PHILADELPHIA, March f.
(AP) - One man was shot to
death and three were seriously
wounded tonight in a battle be
tween employes of the H. C. Aber-
le Hosiery mills and alleged mem
bers of the hosiery workers' union
and their sympathizers. The man
'killed was Carl Mackley, 23. ..
II earn (Lllaums
Game to the Core!
By HARDIN BURIN LEY
eighty cuts that required stitching.f
and countless bruises daring twe
aecaaes oz active campaigning.
The scar-seamed, wrinkle-crowed
"Mac" has pedaled for hoars
at a stretch, time and again, when
he ached all over and not infre
quently had broken bones practi
cally unattended. Scores of other
6-day stars have borne similar
sufferings but none in the abun
dance, and for the lengthy time,
Reggie has. History already rates
him as "the gamest of the game"
In his torturous field of sport
Hockey has always been a
rough game, as well as the fastest
in which scrimmages occur. Under
the new rules, it is rougher than
ever with casualties that keep
team doctors busier than goalies.
"Caring" Johnson of the New
York Rangers is stOl convalescing
from a jaw broken when he col
lided with "Dif Clapper of the
Boston Bruins several weeks ago.
For almost a month "Chine" had
to be fed with liquid food through
a tube and he could but whisper
By BRIAN BELL
The return of Bubbles Har
grave to the major leagues in the
uniform of the New York Yank
ees brings the former Cincinnati
catcher back on the same pay
roll with the scout who first pav
ed the way for his entrance into
the big time of baseball.
" "Yes," said Gene McCann, "I
suppose all things considered Har
grave was the best player I ever
recommended in my career as a
major league scout. I was scout
ing for Cincinnati in 1920 when
Bubbles was catching for St. Paul
and I took him to the Reds. We
had to pay a big price for him
but he was worth it and although
he played eight years In the Na
tional league he is still a good
catcher , and a great hitter.
"The worst prospect I ever rec
ommended? I would not like to
say. There have been some bad
ones. All scouts pick some bloom
ers. .When you are scouting in
the minor leagues of lower class
ification - you are taking a gam
ble, pure and simple. All you can
do Is look for players who seem
definitely to have promise. In the
AA league it is different.' There a
player Is supposed to be about
ready for the majors, Just a step
away, while in the little leagues
bo may be years a-ray but still
have the promise that suggests
that some day he may be a big
"You can watch a player for
a long time and decide he' will
not do, aad then maybe some
other scout will take a chance on
him and he may make good with
a .rush. Or you can get a break
and take a fellow ? the others
think will never do and have him
come through for you."
In spite of the fact that the
official roster of the Brooklyn
baseball club does not list the
name of a manager, it seems cer
tain that even if. his name were
not ott the roster, wllbert Robin
sen is maaager. With the direct
ors of the club divided 50-50 in
to Robinson and anti-Robinson
factions. "Uncle Bobby" contin
ues to function until his successor
Is appointed and qualifies.
Unless the directors get togeth
er to agree on a manager and a
president too. -Robby" will hold
over in both positions. As the
hold-over president ho can ap
point, himself manager and have
'si iw rs
1 ' i,
briefly throurh clenched teeth.
Will this Dain racked sack-
shooter who resumed hockey
stardom as a lively sequel to
heroic World War service quit
the game? From a hospital cot,
his hissed denial of such an idea
almost threw his injured jaw out
Wallops like "Ching" Johnson
took may incapacitate physically,
but they do not cripple the flam
ing spirits of the truly game ia
hockey or any other sport.
Six-day biking may be the most
punishing sport in the opinion of
a hockey team physician, but
what about college rowing?
Eight huskies in a shell, trained
for months to row just four miles
in a little more than 20 minutes.
Sounds simple, but to do that bit
in varsity fashion leaves the aver
age giant youth so limp that he has
hardly the strength to breathe
after the finish. Yes, a four-mile,
eight-oar race ia the most gruelling
and grilling of all sports events.
President Robinson give Manager
Robinson a contract. S. W. Me-
Keever, who is opposed to the
Robinson administration, is treas
urer of the club and some of his
friends hare suggested that he
might refuse to sign a check for
the president-manager's salary.
John A. Teydler, president of
the National league, is remaining
discreetly out of the Brooklyn
civil war but he Is known to hold
a belief that the laborer is worthy
of his hire and it Robinson does
the work, he will be paid.
Wilbert Robinson is one of the
real veterans of the game. He is
only a year younger than Connie
Mack and caught for the old Ath
letics in 1886.
CHURCH HOOP TITLE
IS TO BE SETTLED
The championship of the
Church basketball league will be
decided in tonight's game at the
Y. M. C. A., between the Fruit
land and South Salem Friends
quintets. Consolation same will
be Presbyterian vs. Jason Loo and
Calvary Baptist vs. First Metho
dist. " ...
Thursday night in a consolation
game Calvary Baptist defeated
West Salem S3 to 13. Summary:
Calvary West Salem
M.Graber(S) .F. ) Burgoyne
a Pickens (5). F..... (4) Orice
Page (25) ....C Wilson
K. Graber O..... 'Simmons
R. Pickens.... G,.-. (S) Lippert
By Two Points
WOODBURN. March . Stay
ton high school nosed out -a 13 to
11 victory over the local hoopers
in a ragged game on the Wood
bum high school floor last night.
H. Schooler. ... F. ... . 4 Thoma
Chapelle .... F ... Pendleton
Presthus 2 C 9. Phillips
Oberst. ....... G 8mlth
Grlbble G Sheldon
Baldwin. ...... S
L. Schooler. ... S
A. Schooler S
Referee, Hank, Salem..
Dave Shade hoped to : fight
Mickey Walker for the middle
Eugene Aggregation Ad
vances in First Round of
SEATTLE. March (AP)
The Sparkelers of Spokane, Green
Lake and Madrona teams of Se
attle and De Neffe's of Eugene,
Ore., advanced in the first round
of the northwest amateur inde
pendent basketball tournament
here tonight with victories over
the other four entries.
The Sparkelers defeated the Ev
erett Y. M. C. A. 30 to 1. Green
Lake conquered Multnomah A. C.
of Portland 43 to 35. Madrona
beat the Olympia Ramblers 42 to
30, and De Neffe's trounced El-lensburg-Yaklma
07 to 27.
The first tilt between the Spar
kelers and Everett was nip and
tuck from the start with the Spo
kane five pulling away only in the
last few minutes. The half time
score was 13 to 13.
Green Lake staged somewhat
of an upset to conquer the strong
Multnomah club quintet of Port
land in the second contest. John
Inglls, giant center of Multnomah,
was one of the sensations of the
contest. Towering well above six
feet he used his height to good
advantage and was the high point
man of the game with 14.
The third game was also an
upset with Madrona of Seattle
stopping the powerful Olympia
five. After a see-saw first half,
Cot Feldman, Chuck Thomas and
Rocky Moore of Madrona carried
the Seattle team into the lead.
The half time score was a tie at
The combination Ellensburg
Yaklma quintet took an early 5 to
0 lead but it had little chance
when the De Neffe's team hit its
stride. The Eugene five ran up
17 points before the central
Washington team could garner
another basket and then
away with the game.
EUGENE, March 6 (Special)
The University of Oregon fresh
man swimming team defeated the
Salem high school mermen 63
points to 22 here this afternoon.
Jim Reed took the one first place
by Salem, in the 40 yard back
160 yard relay won by fresh
men, Palmer, Knutson, Anderson
and Needham. Salem was repre
sented by Cross, Emmett. Goulet
and C. Reed. Time 1:27.6.
100 yard breast stroke Tra
vis, Frosh; J. Reed, Salem; C.
Reed, Salem; time 1:18.2.
40 yard free style Needham,
Frosh; Knutson, Frosh; Dirks,
Salem; time 20.8.
40 yard backstroke J. Reed.
Salem; Spain, Frosh; Grady,
Frosh; time, 27.2.
10 yard free style Anderson,
Frosh; Cross, Salem; Knutson,
Frosh; time 1:03.
Diving Pease, Frosh; Calan
dra. Frosh; J. Reed. Salem.
220 yard free style Oglesby,
Frosh; Culp, Frosh; Goulet, Sa
lem; time 2:54.2.
120 yard medley relay Won
by Frosh; Spain, Travis and Need
ham; Salem represented by J.
Reed, C. Reed and Cross; time
Needham, captain of the fresh
man team, is a Salem high school
The Salem high swimmers will
hold a dual meet with the univer
sity high school team here
BE DISHED UP HERE
Matchmaker Harry Plant is all
hopped up over the main event
attraction which he has signed
up for next Wednesday night's
fight card at the armory. Princi
pals will be Frankie Monroe of
Portland, who has fought in Salem-
before, - and Jimmy Ander
son of Astoria.
' These featherweights created a
sensation with their terrific six
round fight in Portland Tuesday
night. They have battled through
two bouts of that length without
a shade of supremacy showing up
for either, and are hoping to set
tle the matter over the ten round
route here. '
Plant expects that one of these
boys will build up a local follow
ing of sufficient proportions to
merit a bout with Ted Fox when
he returns from the islands about
a month hence.
HOW GLIDERS USED
MONTEREY, CaL, March .
(AP) Colonel Charles A. Lind
bergh in a copyrighted Interview
appearing today in the Monterey
Pen insula" Herald, explained his
interest in glider experiments and
the importance he assigns to
"soaring flights." This, he said,
is based, upon, the 'economy of
glider construction and operations
and the high degree of safety,
making motorless planes ideal for
training purposes and for instruc
tion in aircraft constuetlon and de
sign. -c ..
J . With a landing speed of It.
miles per hour and a soaring
speed or zo to zo mues an nour.
Colonel Lindbergh explained, con
struction can be far less rigid
than in planes designed to carry
motors and fly at speeds in ex
cess of 100 miles an hour.
CORVALLIS. Ore.. March 6.
(AP) Orgeon State college will
play a 16-game schedule in con
ference baseball this year, opening
on its home grounds against the
University of Oregon, April 25, ac
cording to the schedule Just re
leased by Carl Lodell, graduate
Pre-eeason games on dates not
definitely set will be played with
Willamette, Oregon Normal and
Columbia university at Portland.
The conference schedule this
year returns to the plan of several
years ago whereby each of five
northern division teams plays four
games with each opponent Just as
was done this year with the bas
ket ball schedule. The change
from the divided northern section
as followed last year is made pos
sible through the withdrawal of
Montana from conference compe
tition in these sports.
Ralph Coleman, former Pacific
coast league player, is back as
coach of the Staters this season.
He has the reputation of devel
oping more professional players
than any other collegiate coach in
the conference. Prospects are still
uncertain for this year but ma
terial appears generally good.
The Oregon State schedule fol
lows: April 25, University of Oregon
atorvallls; April 26, University
of Oregon at Eugene: April So,
Washington State at Corvallls;
May 1, Washington State at Cor
vallis; May 5 and 6. University of
Idaho at Corvallls: May 9 and 10,
University of Washington at Cor
vallls; May 16 and 17. University
of Washington at Seattle; May
19 and 20, University of Idaho at
Moscow; May 21 and 22. Washing
ton State at Pullman; May 30,
University of Oregon at Eugene;
May 31. University of Oregon at
F. N. Woodry
It Trs. Salem's leading Auctioneer
and Furniture lHaler
Healdene and" Store
1810 N. Summr St.
R. D. Barton National Batteries
Starter and generator work. 202
repairing. 3" Court.
Blacksmithing - Horseshoeing
Wm. Ivie's shop. 253 Chemefceta
gt.. blacksmithing and repair work of
all kinds. W. B-nfor.. first class
horseshoeing. Orders taken for coun
trv work. 251 ZR.
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MASSEUR and magnetic treatments
for all ailments. No more gas pains.
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Oregon City Quint Nosed Out
25 to 22; Playoff Ser
ies to Be Next
OREGON CITY. March 4.
(Special) The Molalla high
school baskeball team., won the ,
.Clackamas county championship .
here tonight by defeating Oregon .
City 25 to 22. This qualifies Mo
lolla for the district No. 7 playoff
series which begins next Monday
Molalla will play the champions
of Multnomah county outside of
the Portland lnterscholastie
league. Reports here Indicate tkat
this will be Columbia university
high school or Hill Military aca
demy. The winner of Monday' night's
game will play next Friday night,
for the district title and a place
in the state tournament, against
the winner of the Monday gan-e
between Silverton and Dallas,
champions of Marion and FV'k
Tonight's game was fast a.d
hard fought, but the speedy lan
from Molalla. who had defeated
Oregon City by five plonts iu sui
earlier game, used their well pol
ished percentage system so effus
ively as to remain in the 1
throughout the grame.
ML Angel Team
To Meet Kimball
The Mt. Angel and KlmlUI
School of Theology volleyball
teams of the Salem Y. M. c. A.
league will compete in the m.h
community volleyball tournatufrit
at Portland, March 11. Last rear
the Mt. Angel team took first p!a.
in this event and the Kin ball
A radiotelephone conversation
between Sydney. Australia, and
New York, by way of . London,
was conducted over a distance of
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