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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, December 18, 1933
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TO SOT 1ST
Ho Practice Enfoute to Pas
adena for Crimson Tide;
TUSCALOOSA, Ala., Dec. 17-
(A P) Alabama's revamped
Varsity raa through a tight prac
tice In freezing weather today
and prepared to top off training
tomorrow for its New Tear's day
game with Washington State at
The Crimson Tide will entrain
Friday with an official party for
the west coast, stopping only at
Crand Canyon for a sightseeing
trip. There will be no practice
Coach Wade probably will send
his team through signal .drill
Friday before hoarding the train
women, accustomed to the eternal role of beinlr, "the mysterious", are
prone to think of men as being simple and obvious creatures except
when it comes time to choose their ties or shirts ... then man seems
1 such a riddle.
our year-round occupation is distinctly in tune with your present preoc
cupation it is our specialty, all the year through, to translate those ap
parently inscrutable whims that make up a man's taste in matters of
and it is our present pleasure to turn that knowledge over to you for
your guidance in the service that awaits you here.
stripes, plain colors in
jacquards, broadcl o t h s,
chambrays and madras . .
tab collars, demi-bosom
and other new styles
$2.00 to $5.00
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new stripes, figures, polka i
dots, checks and plain col
ors ... spitaflelds, satins,
foulards, moires and !
crepes vr -' -;v - J
$i:oo to $5:00
and that will be the Tide's last
practice before j reaching the
scene of the New: Tear's day bat
tle. ' :- i-
Freezing weather today hin
dered practice somewhat but the
men drilled with spirit.
. ' ' Reserre osi Team
Wade shook up his Tarslty yes
terday and started six former re
serves against a second team on
which played most of the reg
ulars. John Tucker scored two
touchdowns against the reserves.
Wade's strategy in. revamping
his varsity injected new life In
to the squad. Alabama la fortun
ate In having powerful reserve
strength. And! men who hereto
fore have been? known as reserves
are fighting, hard to keep varsity
positions ; assigned them.
GREEN LEAF STILL AHEAD
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (AP)
Ralph Greenleaf remained In the
running for the world's pocket
billiards championship tonight as
he overwhelmed Onofrio Laurl of
New York 125 to 21 in 24 In
nings of his semi-final match.
Greenleaf.' the defending cham
pion, now can repeat last year's
fancy or plain linen, some
with embroidered mono
grams, all in gift boxes.
. . . our collections are
quite as meritorious and
style-correct during the
holiday time as during the
entire year embodying
the very newest in men's
apparel choose at the
pigskin,., deerskin, buck
skin or mochas- greys v'
and tans in flare or but
ton! styles. :jBome: art
warmly lined for- driving,
$3.50 to $5.00
purines win ; in
The Panthers beat the Bobcats
7 to 2 in a elose cheeking game
In the semi-finals of the Jungle
league tournament at Salem high
In which SC team competed for
the intramural championship.'
The Panthers will meet the
Leopards Friday noon In the tin
ala to nlav off for the champion
ship. A panther Is defined as a
fierce feline carnivorous animal
and a leopard. Is a large eallke
beast of prey, with a beautiful
spotted skin. The Panthers will
have to summon all of their
fierceness Friday if they hope to
defeat the beautiful beasts of
prey who are enjoying the cham
pionship with cat-like intensity.
feat of tying Erwln Rudolph of
Chicago and forclag a playoff tor
the title by winning tomorrow's
broadcloth, madras, sateen
and silks, both middy and
lounging models ... jao
quard patterns and Per
lined or full grained lea
ther, knit or self collars,
some 'with adjustable
straps on , the -bottoms,
others with bottoms knit
ted. , ; .
$11.75 to $17.50
Close checking permitted the
Panthers te defeat the Bobcats
yesterday. Hit kittens wers
doped to win, bat could not get
anr offense started.
The lineups: .
Coebel. f F Bertleson
Hughes, X F Crab
Huston C Thomas
Hollar- Q X. Olson
Dow f . .. Churchill
Over Idaho Five
WALLA WALLA, Dec 17.
(AP) With three new men In
the lineup. Whitman college bas
ketball team defeated the Univer
sity of Idaho 34 to 20 here to
night to even the two-game series.
Idaho won last night SS to 32.
The score at the end of the first
halt In the game tonight stood at
17-alL Mantell of Whitman was
high-scorer with eight points.
Sturdy Little SHetz Indian
Gives Good Exhibition
In Main Event
By JAMES NUTTER
Salem tight tans were more
than pleased with the 11 rounds
of hard clever fighting pat on at
the Armory last night by well
known local and valley boys on
the American Legion anxiliary
Every bout was a battle and
all but the last two were close, in
every bout the fighters started
flrrl ami eded with whirlwind
speed. The crowd was worked up
to a high pitch several tunes ana
in every match more than usual
enthusiasm was displayed.
In the eight-round final bout.
Buddy Ambrose won a clear-cut.
popular decision over the game
nttU Tndlan from Silets named
Jack Young. The two boys ap
peared on a previous eara nere
nil war hath cautious In the
n( rnnnif hut mtnarcd to land
some nice punches. Ambrose was
careful not to come Into close
eon tact with Toung except when
things were breaking his way.
Toung was a constant threat
throughout ana lanaea some nice
punches In every round. Buddy
tannMi ont and took the second
round and Toung took the third
by landing a surprise left to the
- - a a a. g
Salem boy s cum wnicn sei um
squarely on the mat.
.Stand up; xraae jfnncnes
Buddy led in all the succeeding
ranndi and flailed the Indian's
head and face severely numerous
times. In the eighth both stood
up and traded punches, with Am
brose landing more than Toung.
The match last night made the
previous meeting of tnese two
boys seem tame, as both hit more
anf harder nunches. Buddy Am
brose was awarded a turkey for
being one of the best periormers
of the evening.
r.nr TTirVman won the other
turkey for being one of the best
performers by winning a six
round decision over Bobby Am
hnA tn a semi-final which was
even faster and better than the
final go. Hickman weighed lie,
giving seven pounds to Bobby.
The weight advantage was no
ticeable In the first two rounds,
but Hiekman's coolness and classy
fighting offset his smallness and
he came through the match with
the whole crowd cheering wildly.
The boys grew a bit. heated in
the second round and stood, up to
each other and swung without
guarding. Both returned to clev
er boxing soon and continued the
fast scientific work for the rest
of the bout. Hickman gained a
lead In the third and the fight
grew intense with the crowd get
ting excited. In the fifth the sol
id punches were raining to fast
that it was hard to keep track of
them. Guy put Bobby down with
one square blow, but there was
no stopping and Bobby was on
his feet without thinking of rest.
Crowd Is la Frenzy
Although both boys were a bit
tired In the last round from the
fast pace that had been set . be
fore, they continued to put forth
all they had and ended with the
crowd In Its highest frenzy of the
-- Jack Kelly, 175, Salem mauler,
won a decision over Harry John
son, 171, of Tillamook, In a six
round match. Kelly started fast
and had Johnson to his knees for
the count of nine two times In the
first round and rained Blows at
the Tillamook boxer. Johnson
came back gamely and stayed
with Kelly the full six rounds,
gaining momentum as he went
and taking advantage of some
openings to land nice rights to
Kelly's face and body.
Hayes and Decker Draw.
"Red" Hayes reappeared in the
Decker, a speedy boy from Tilla
mook to a four-round draw.
Hayes took only the first round,
but had Decker down for a count
of nine In that round when he
landed a pretty left.
Kenneth Braden of Tillamook
and Dave Martin of Silets fought
a tour-round draw which' put the
fans on the edges of their chairs.
Braden was more clever and threw
lots of gloves', but the Indian lad
came back with such determina
tion In the last two rounds; that
he put. over- some good punches
and earned a draw -v- ; r
- "Red" Wittcraft and Norman
Parks, from ' Staytou and -Tillamook
respectively, prepared : the
crowd , tor the good card which
was ' to follow tn a four ? round
popular curtain raiser'.. 'Red had
a "mule-kick" punch which failed
to connect much with the speedy
Parks. Parks waded In In the
last two rounds and completely
outpointed Wittcraft and won the
Strack, 2 of 3
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec 17.
(AP Stanley Pinto, of Cleve
land, defeated Charles Straek,
Stillwater. Okla., two falls' out et
three in a wrestling bout here to
night. Pinto weighed 199, Strack
205. ,'.: - -V-'.: r,
Strack won the' first fall tn II
minutes with a leg split. Pinto
won the second In S minutes with
a headlock and the third in 2 min
utes, IS seconds, with a body,
v Ted Thye, Portland; . defeated
Chief McOulre, Shreveport, ' La.,
In a one-fall preliminary. Thye
weighed 19SK.lIcGuire, 21. L
ITT EOXO MATCH
NEW YORK. Dec 17 (AP)
Frank Taberskl of Schnectady. N.
T., clinched a place among the
first four - In - the world's cham
pionship pocket billiards tourna
Prospects for High School
Basket Ban .Team are :
:; "Average" .
WOODBURN, December 17
Prospects for -Woodburn - high
school's basketball season .this
year are just average. Although
about 15 willing recruits answer
ed the first call this week, prac
tically all of them are inexper
ienced, and are unfamiliar with
the fundamentals of the game.
The squad has been practicing
regularly every day and a few
workable combinations have been
found by the coaches. Only two
lettermen from last year's squad
are in school. They are Arthur
Presthus, who .played center last
year, and Harold Schooler, a for
. Woodburn's hoopers have a
new coach this year; James MIK
ler, who also assisted Gil Oddie
hang up a good football' record
this year. Miller has taken over
the reins In basketball and Od
die Is assisting him. Miller Is an
experienced basketball, player
and turned out some fast teams
In Hawaii, where he coached be
fore coming to Woodburn. Oddie
had some valuable basketball ex
perience at Pacific university and
helped tutor the Bulldogs last
The present squad Is to be cut
down soon. Quite a' few of the
men are showing up exception
ally well In practice. Gillanders,
Gustafson and George Oberst are
apparently being primed for
guards' positions. Gustafson and
Gilbert barely missed receiving
letters last year but will probably
turn the trick this year. Gilland
ers Is a green man but he is will
ing and smart and has chances of
developing into a real performer.
For centers Pardy and Art
Presthus are most outstanding,
both handle themselves well and
have had some experience. Prest
hus may be shifted to guard.
Pardy Is the other applicant for
the pivot post and be Is doing
well In practice. Harold Presthus,
Schooler and Nelson are fighting
it out at present for the for
wards' places. ."Babe" Presthus
and Schooler work well together
and Nelson is also a good-looking
Woodburn's first game with
the - Willamette freshmen was
cancelled but the Bulldogs have
scheduled a game with the Evan
gelical church Quintet of Salem
BEFORE BIG FIGHT
By EDWARD J. NEIL.
Associated Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK, . Dec 17 (AP)
Young William Strlbllng, vo
ted right out of the picture by
the . New Tork 'State Athletic
commission today, jumped Into
the driver's seat in the race for
another heavyweight title battle,
as the boys got together and
talked recklessly of huge chunks
Of money. '
Ah offer of 1500,000 . to Max
Schmeling,", for a title duel with
Stribling in Chicago next spring
completely scrambled the situa
tion created yesterday by the
commission's ultimatum to the
German . that he must accept
within IS days a return match
here with Jack Sharkey. Schmel
ing defeated Sharkey on a foul
for the' championship last June.
Out of the muddle of talk, ul
timatums and ' offers, came only
the conclusion that there must be
compromises all around before
anyone fights anyone else for
any title anywhere.'
The bid of halt a million, first
since .the golden days of Tex
RIckard, days the fight game had
come to believe were gone for
ever, was received by Joe Jacobs,
Schmellng's new manager, from
Nate 'Lewis, matchmaker of the
Chicago stadium. Lewis brought
his offer, to - New. Tork ;- today,
backed by telegraphic confirma
tion from Sidney N.gtrotx, pres
ident of the stadium corporation.
DALLAS HIGH :TS IN
FIRST W TOiW
DALLAS, Dec 17 Dallas high
will open Its 1930-31 basketball
season here Thursday night
against the Springfield high quintet.-
This will be the first time a
Dallas 'team will have used the
Oregon State style of play against
an opponent. It la a complete
ehange from last year's style, but
Coach shreeve Is rated high as a
basketball player, and Is expected
to put out a great team. The boys
this year have hopes of going as
far it not farther In the state
tournament race as lit year's
Coach Shreeve has not decided
on a'startlnr linen d vet bnt ha
several good . men lined up for
tnese positions. There are three
lettermen back this year, - all of
them on 'the squad which entered
the state tournament, last year.
These men are Dwight Webb, cen
ter; Dave Moser. - guard, and
"Dutch LePors. forward J .
. There will be a preliminary
quale Natalie, Chicago, 125 to 120
In a If-innlng match this after
noons The match was one et the
longest of the tournament, re
Qnirlnr 1 U hour tn m.v
mm tm $
ski had a hirh.n f ':;ir
inntor and sen-
game PW 7 " J,
r riiaa hlah. This will
be one of the lnterclass games for
the girls' championship of lh
school Other preUmlnaries this
year wiu vm .
squad of- the boys' team.
Trom SniiJ five
AirT-r. Dec. 17 The Amity
high lettermen defeated the Am
ity alumni Z3-9. Tne cnieai
turned into a rough and tumble
affair before It was over.
, The alumni had several rormer
high school stars playing - for
them but they were unable to get
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The Amity frosh met the Mc
Minnville Junior high In a pitch
ed battle. McMlnnvllle won 34
3. The frosh did their best but
the "Mac boys were superior In
slse. The next game will be with
Carlton high school Tuesday, De
cember 13. '
The starting lineup:
S Perehlen, 10 r 4. M. Williams
p". Shantui ,F R. Wood
L. Nelson, 5 C-..-. J. Panek
It. wood, 5 ..a 1 R. Tompkins
j. Williams, -G4, D. Williams
Substitutions for the lettermen
were: L. Fournler; B. Connell;
C. Miller (1J; substitutions for
the alumni were: r. Basher.
A total of S82.61S bales of
cotton were ginned in Alabama
prior to Oetober 1.
(SPECIAL reduction for holiday
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