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FACE y. FIVE
Salem High Plays Sellwood
Colts; Tight Previous
I Battle Recalled
A doable bill basketball pro
gram Is arranged for tonight at
Salem high school, when the hirh
school plays ' the Sellwood Colts
and the Salem Y" team plays
. Kitzmllier's fire from Eugene.
The high school game will start
at 7:30 and the other game will
start at 8:30, since Kitimiller and
: his sqnad will he unable to get
., here earlier.
Coach Holly- Huntington will
start his regular lineup with Bone
I and Kitchen forwards. Siegmund
center and Sanford and Sachtler
guards. HoweTer, the squad has
been strengthened by the addition
of Graher and Fletcher Johnson,
who became eligible at the mid
year term. Graber will be used In
the game to relieve Siegmuna.
"Holly now has good subs for
. erery position , oa the team and
. there will be a race for the eight
j who will be entered In the state;
The red and black l expecting
m liar if -ama tnnfvht aa tha f"n?t
; - hare a smooth ball club. The man
to man defense used by the Colts
' In the first game In Portland com
pletely foxed the Salem high men
and they were able to win out only
by one point. It wasn't that the
. Colts had such a slick offense, but
that defense never wavered once.
The Colt have proven their
' strength in several encounters
i with Portland high schools this
- season. Benson high defeated the
Colts Just three points and twice
the Sellwood onintet came within
two points of holding the strong
Washington high team. Applegate,
former Commerce high star, is one
of the ' mainstays of the Colts'
team.' The probable starting: line'
up of the Colts will be Meyer and
Hraby forwards, Welchmann cen
ter. Applegate and Salvl, guards.
The Colts are playing games al
most every day and have develop
ed team play to an exact science.
They are not particularly large,
but are clever ball handlers and
are strong on defense. :
The Salem T' team will meet
more ' suitable competition than
has been Its usual lot, if the All
Stars of Kitxmiller'a pan out like
they should. The local T team
Is still undefeated and does not
teams available. Manager Klienke
decided that Kltimlller's sqnad
would be perhaps one of the best
obtainable and also one of the
most colorful squads, as Johnnie
Is a drawing card whether on the
gridiron or on the basketball
; court., 1
OTTAWA. Ont. Feb. 2.
AP) Pushed hard all the- way
by Mrs. E. P. Richer of Poland
Spring, Me., only woman driver
in the race, . Emil St Godard,
famed f musher from The - Pas.
Manitoba, captured the first leg
of Ottawa's second annual Inter
national 100-mile international
dog derby today. ,
8t. Godard, ' winner . of the
, event I last year, covered the
33 1-1 -miles in two hours, 64
minutes, 14 seconds. Seven min
utes and 28 seconds later. Mrs.
Rlcker drove her team across
the finish line. Shorty Russick
of Flln Flon, Man., took third
place ln 3:04:42. and Early
Brydges of Crrberry Portage,
Man., fourth in 3:03:19.
UQUID or TABLETS
Care Colds. Headaches. Fever
6 6 6 SALVE
CURES BABY'S COLD
VIAr MAKfiS VOU
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"Nothing: can take the place of personal recommenda
tion, any more than you can find a substitute for a
satisfactory business deaL." i ;
' . -says PRACTY CAL.
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For the home you are goinjr to i build or remodel
.only the finest of materials will do. We can furnish
youV with everything from the rough iumber to the
most "artistic of panellings. Let us j give you an
estimate. on our millwork. j t.-'
; spauld::g LdisGiiiis cohpaiiy
l . Front and Ferry Streets ;.
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an own here slapping mi
riove at nut Schaaz,
ponent in a heavyweight
at Madison bouare carde
Congress and Hoover Join i
To Aid Building Program
By CECIL B. DICKSON
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2.
(AP) i Congress and President
Hoover joined hands today in
pushing forward : gigantic public
public building author
measure was. passed by
the house and sent to the senate
where its public buildings com
mittee approved It. In addition,
the house passed the .Wagner
advanced planning public works
measure and received from the
chief executive a request to ap
propriate funUs for more than
200 public building .projects to
The I Warner measure now
goes back, to the senate for
agreement to house amendments.
It Is designed to stablize employ
ment and provides for the crea
tion of a federal employment
stabilization board to watch the
trend of employment and to ad
vance' construction programs
during periods of depression. '
Under the! 1100,000,000 ex
pansion measure, the administra
tion's public i building program
outside 1 the District of Columbia
will reach $415,000,000, exclu
sive of about: $50,000,000 to be
obtained from sale of . obsolete
buildings.' j ;g.
Of the existing $315,000,000
program, projects aggregating
$271,955,(76 j have been under
taken. . The ' administration to
day recommended projects ag
gregating $49,515,000, exclusive
of 918.099,000 for. the District
of Columbia and $1,150,000 un
der an old authorization.
The new ' program was re
ferred Immediately by Speaker
Long-worth to the house appro
priations committee which is ex
pected j to Include it In the sec
end deficiency measure, the last
appropriation ; bill to be drafted
at this session.
! The I Kelly i bill to' authorize
$10.000.000. for the purchase of
construction of buildings for
postof fice:' sub-stations, branches
and garages was brought up for
consideration in the house but
failed lot action.
The! Statesman . carrier boys
are little merchants, they are
charged for all papers delivered
by them. Failure of a subscriber
to pay Is loss to the carrier.
York. Experts called it a weak
firht, and - even the decision
making- Sckaaf the victor was
unpopular with the crowd.
It's Just . about time for
something new to break forth
In basketball, and maybe Hee
Edmundson np at U. of Wash
ington has it. Hee has been
on top of the pile in northern
division Coast conference
competition for several years
' bnt hasn't been able to get
over the Californians, . cuss
This year from all appearan
ces Hee has his best team In
years It seems to be a little
more above .the general average
of the northern division. And
Hec says it's because he's pick
ing big men, and not counting
on flashy little fellows any more.
' He still nses Harold "West, 8
feet 8 inches of flash, bat the
rest all weigh over 170 pounds
and stack np over six feet.
Edmundson came to the con
clusion size was the reason his
lads would falter in the playoff
series after - winning In - the
northwest. Probably he's right.
Too bad. Basketball has been
considered a game where the lit
tle fellow had a pretty fair
chance and wasn't handicapped
too much. -".
Oregon State ran pretty
much to big boys; Oregon has
had quite few midgets la ita
lineup - last season and this
season. .'Something to ponder
on there. In view of last Hat
nrday's score. And remember,
too, that It took Oregon State
to break; Washington's win
ning ; streak.
Come on, yon pygmies, if yon
think the evidence isn't: all in
yet. 'We're rooting for you.
Announcement was made .late
Monday concerning comparative
team standings in the Salem
church basketball league under
the auspices. of the Y. M. C A.
The Frultland, Evangelical and
Jason Lee churches stand at the
head of the list; . ;
Among the individual artists.
Esch of the Evangelical church,
ranks first 1 with 38 points; Par
ker of the First Baptist church is
second with 3C points, and third
stands Walter: Johnson of Fruit
land, with 32 points to his credit.
Tuesday night's games, sched
uled for 6:45 p. m.. are between
the Evangelists and .the Frnitland
church, with a - second game of
Presbyterians vs. Congregational.
inurch league standings are as
Evangelical 2 1
Jason Lee .'. .'. . . 2
First Baptist J...3'
First M. E 3
1st Presbyterian. 2
Calvary Baptist ..0
EX JOY MT. HOOD '.
HUBBARD,: Feb. 2 Among
the Hubbard folk who motored to
Sit. Hood Sunday and' witnessed
the Northwest skier .ainnu at
the first . annual tournament of
tne newly organized association
were Mr. and Mrs. Stuart L. John
son, Mr. and Ms. Walter S. Mc-
Manms, Mrs. Neva - MeKenzie
Miss Hazel Clayool, Roy Claypool
Clarence FTiend and, Rollle Bid
good and Delmar Claypool.
IH CHURCH LEAGUE
24-Second Attack Blasts
First Real K. 0.
By CHARLES W..DUNKL.EY -"
AUDITORIUM; St. Paul, Minn.,
Feb. 2 (AP) Billy- Petrolle,
surprise conqueror of Jimmy Me
Lam In and Tony Canzoneri, met
his Waterloo tonight. "
' Just 24. seconds after he raised
his hands to i defend himself
against the rushes of King Tut,
wild . . swinging youngster from
Minneapolis, PetroUe sat on his
haunches in his own corner with
his head hanging over the second
rope a knockout Tictim. .
A terrific right hand blast to
the chin delivered almost before
petrolle knew' what hit him. was
the punch that did the damage.
His knees began to bend and Tut.
fighting with the ferociousness of
a Tiger, opened up with a barage
of lefts and rights to the head.
All of j these - blows found their
mark and PetroUe collapsed. He
tried to struggle to his feet at the
count of nine but his benumbed
legs refused to respond and he sat
there with his head hanging over
the ropes. The ' referee counted
him out. ; i . --
Petrolle, caught in Tut's amaz
ing -whirlwind of punches, was
unable to land a single blow on
his wild swinging foe. All he
could do was clinch in a courag
eous effort to survive that first
right hand belt to the chin.
First Real K. O. .
The battle was over almost be
fore it started, and the record
breaking crowd of 9.500 sat dum
founded at the startling finish.
The knockout was the first
time the battle-scarred Petrolle
had ever been counted out al
though he had previously lost on
technical knockouts, once to Tom
my Herman and the last time to
Tommy Grogan. The defeat end
ed one of the most surprising
comebacks in lightweight history
as Petrolle, decisively whipped by
Tut In a Detroit ring 18 months'
ago, was forced into retirement
and then came back to score upset
victories over McLarnln and Can
zoneri, the latter before he be
came world lightweight champion.
Both Petrolle and Tut easily
made the required weight, each
scaling 138 H pounds at 2 p.m. .
Now Tied in
Willamette Valley League
Salem DeSotos ... ...C C .500
Corvalli ....... ...s C .500
Helllg, Eugene ...... 8 8 .500
I Salem DeSotos continued their
climb in Willamette valley by de
feating first-place HeiUg Theatre
pinmen two-rames out of three at
Corvallis Sunday afternoon. Al
bany won two from Corvallis.
' As a resnlt of Knn ) rma
all four teams are first and last:
all hare- won six games and lost
six. The previous week Corvallis
and Helllg were : tied for first
piace and DeSotos and Albany for
last. . l
WHTT.Tfl mvv v-
ii wwgvnv -
Mann lfi sni ma. k
U. Hcatler -188 194 HO 492
CraMJl 164 170 SOS 639
Knewlea ... ,,17 SIO 183 671
Bonaey 178 180 - S18 89
-847 55 Ml 273T
8. feiabock , 154 . 212 ITS
.191 161 910 802
.201 178 189 889
.178 191 -183 582'
173 204 IBS see
i Totals .
.897 947 959 ' 2803
14S 174 180 487
172 176 127 475
214 159 171 544
lft2 181 194 557
SOS SOS 174 684
- -13 898 848 2637
20 179 179 684
" m 152 1 ' 51S
169 171 : 154 - ,
. - 201 201
137 147 - " 284
184 198 808 585
.888 842 911 3641
Is Winner Over
Day and Niles
Of the eight teams planned for
bowling league, but two,- Ray
mond Machine Shop and Day and
Niles did any pin toppling last
night. : Raymond Machine walked
one, two, three oyer the Day and
Niles, women's team. The women
lost one of the three games by
Just one point. "! t .
"Bill" YarneU. Raymond Ma
chine, Tolled high game. 201,
closely followed by Jaegler, team
mate, with 200. ; . t .
' The other six teams in this
league ; are planning to make a
start next Monday, night,
i Summary: . -Vi . . .
1ATMOSD XACHTSB SHOP '
JaorWr , , , ,.20O 145 . 181 496
I-lpy ,,,144 143 159 445
T - - ., ,159 t 110 148 475
E4 Xil , , , 156 175 151 482
B. Yaroell 170 149 201 520
.829 781 808 2418
3 ? XAT AVT YTXES
U. Poolin ' 194 145 : 528
A. Kilo - .112 124 128 864
IV NiJo -.. - 118 - 1IT 171 411
O. Sharkey 176 147 -181 : 504
L. Homeaway , , , 145 178 144 ' 467
.735 780 769 2284
; VISIT AT PRATOf 3
PRATTJM, Feb. - 2. Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Cady attended Sunday
school ' here - Sunday in , the in
terest' "of the Sunday school
booth at the state fair, ..
Go North for Pair
The .Willamette Bearcats will
drop -south to Albany tonight and
meet Albany. College in a non
conference v basketball tilt,;
Although the Bearcats beat the
Picatea - by. ! an-" immense score
here, "Spec? Keene Is taking his
whole squad along with the idea
in mind to brush up before start
ing north to play two conference
games with -College of Puget
Sound and one game with EU
Martins at Laeey, Washington.
Coach Keene hopes that some of
the weak points of his team can
he strengthened tonight. . .
Special attention will be paid
to defense in tonight's game. The
defense of - the - team - has been
weak practically all season. This
has been offset by the strong of
fense, . but Llnfield scored ! 38
points on the Bearcats Saturday
night and should a team score 2 8
points and at the same time have
a real tight defense, it would
make tough sledding for Willam
ette. The guards have done excel
lent work all season, but most of
the teamwork has .been done on
offense rather ' than on defense..
Another cause of the defense
being weakened is the fact that
the. guards have figured in the
scoring more, or less all : season.
This requires that some of the
other men be ready .to get back
to stop a fast breaking . offense
when the opponents gain posses
sion Of the ball. With th foam
Intercepting passes - on the first
HEAR BUTLER ML
Courtmartial .Scheduled in
City Where Marine was
Attacker on Vice
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (AP)
Philadelphia which has seen
Smedley D. ' Butler, leading its
drive on crime and has heard him
as a Tirile speaker, will see the
dashing marine as a defender In a
courtmartial proceedings a n d
hear him discuss. Premier Musso
lini for the second time. ' - j
Secretary Adams today fixed
Monday, February 18. as the date
for the courtmartial , to start
Major General Butler went to
Philadelphia in 1924 as director
of public safety and spent two
years trying4 to clean up vice con
ditions. On January 19. 1931, he
made the speech before the con
temporary club in which he alleg
edly described Premier Mussolini
as a hit and run driver.
For that speech he Is going to
stand military triau
Sessions of Court "
' All indications point to ' open'
sessions of the court but a posi
tive decision, has not ' been an
nounced. ; I.
At a conference with newspa
permen. Secretary Adams said
"that unless we change our minds
they might be open."
. Charges and specifications for
which Butler will be tried have
not been completed. : They, still
are being considered by Rear Ad
miral David Sellers, Judge advo
cate general of the navy. r
They will not be made public
i without consent of General But
ler.' r '"-,-t-" U
Officials of the Italian govern
ment at Washington said today
they would not be represented at
the trial. They reiterated that
the apollgy of the American gov
ernment to Italy had closed the
incident so far as they were con
cerned. ' -f
Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr., at
Phoenix. Ariz., said he might
have a good many things to saj "
regarding the case at the' proper
time. There hare been reports
that he supplied General Butler
with the, Mussolini anecdote.
Meanwhile General Butler had
asked for and received permission
lo leave the confines of the Mar
ine post at'Qaantlco, Va., to con
rer at New York with counsel.
The eighth grade pupils of the
Gladstone public school of Clack
amas county, visited - the , state
house, Monday to watch the leg
islature in ' action. The pupils
were particularly Interested in
calling at the 6ffice of Secretary
of State Hoss, a former resident
of Clackamas county, and T. B.
Kay, state treasurer, who gave
the pupils a few facts about this
department, , - - - -
Theywere accompanied . !by
Mrs. Helen Kelly, teacher, and
Lloyd : O. Miller, principal of the
school,;-,.-.:1-;;'.'-' , 'lv i
E. J. Hodge, who has resided
In Salem the past five years, havj;
ing been three years superinten
dent at the Ray-Brown cannery
at Woodburn, has purchased Gil
mer's grocery at .1835. Fair
grounds road. He tooje possession
Monday morning ad will oper-.
ate the store. Mr. Hodge Is ex
perienced in business lines. 4 The'
store is one of the United Purity
group. Pr-ji ; i. ,' ;-?'. - j: V
- C. Matt Kas'h, IS, Kentucky 4
H club boy,. produced 8 8 V4 bush
els of corn." on an acre last year
VISIT AT CJPITOL
, despite tne .drought -' -
line of 'defense, it gives a better
chance . fos the fast break to
function ' with : three men down
Perhaps "Albany will not; be
such! a' weak number on Us home
floor as it proved to be here. The
Pirates - defeated St. Martins College-
at Albany the other - night
which- either means ' that the Ir
ish; boys were pot. sinking those
long shots with such- accuracy, or
else that Albany is much Im
proved and can - at least play
good ball; on the home' floor. V
Thursday and Friday -the Bear
cats. will face C P. S." at Taconia.
While C. -P. S. :is . not picked as
the winner of the conference,
plenty of. "opposition -i may . be
struck there. Nine lettermen re
turned" this season and : Coach
Hite who succeeded ! Per wits, is
no slouch of -a basketball coach.
Hite played at University of Kan
sas I under that great basketball
wizard, "Phog" Allen -Hite
knows plenty about basketball
and has oceans of material to
mould into a team.' -
: (? ; P. S. ; has had many . lean,
years and all eyes are turning
toward Taeoma expecting a come
back to be. staged: A schedule of
25. games was laid out at the first
of the season; and plans to have
a : strong: super-varsity were
made. Grimes is back again this
season. He was chosen as an ' all
conference guard on the second
team last season.
BY BUSINESS HI
Ii "4"'-";- j, :i - :
Senator's ; Address Proves
Of Interest; Views on
A witty, and discursive talk
on legislators and i legislation,
was delivered by Senator James
G. Woodward of Portland to the
chamber 1 of commerce Monday
noon. Filled with Woodward
humor .and tinctured with the
philosophy -of 67 years, the ad
dress ' delighted, the business men
i. - . . . . . -
Multnomah at length.
7 While we live under a modi
fied form of democracy and have
our Ugh; and our low levels, I'm
convinced we are improving ev
ery; day and every year" declared
that speaker. My faith In human
ley and Its desire for better con
duct is not shaken! through the
years. Despite the i press, which
perforce much publish much that
is bizarre and . extreme, I know
we are trying to Improve the con
ditions of society. ;j
Askingl and answering the
question of apparent inconsist
ency in his support- of free text
books and old age pensions at the
same time he sought budget re
duction, the senator said he view
ed free textbooks as an econom
ic measure which ; would reduce
text costs in Oreeon 30 ner cent
a year. "Eight years ago I favor
ed! state printed texts in Oregon
but an examination of the Cali
fornia system . convinced me I
was wrong. I now, favor free text
bodks . . . free in name only . . .
because the present system of
distributing books is too expen
Old Age Pension
. . Senator Woodward said his ad
vocacy., of old age pensions, se
cured sot at 65 years of age hut
later In life,' was' based on the
view that the cost to the state
would not be raised while the
service rendered the individual
in ia socialized group, would be
improved.. - . -
"I haven't thought the matter
all out,"; said the senator, "but
X know pur : consciences " are be
hind this ! matter. We have the
poor always with us; we must
take better precautions to " care
for the (lotsdam and jetsam of
society." i .
The senator pleaded for a new
evaluation Tof citizenship, not on
the; basis of the amount of money
a man possessed but on his ser
vice to the, community, MI think
a widow raising her family of
children Just as valuable a citi
zen as a ' man' who 8ays he pays
large, taxes- and' can write his
check for 81000 at any time.".
' The senator whimsically refer-;
red to his " "chloroformed " chll-1
dren, bills on which he had
prided himself In former sessions
and measures which met defeat. .
' He said he felt that within the
next blennlum the ' budget must
be balanced.-even, if "Sam Ko
zer had.to ge into hiding for SO
days after he submitted the
pruned .figures. A cigarette tax
as a means of. adding revenue,
the: .senator said he felt was im
minent at this session. !
More, Men Here
: Asking For Jobs ;
On County Roads
- ' Another Influx of unemployed
men seeking work with the coun
ty or in the county through the
state highway commission was re
ported at the county court house
yesterday. Nineteen men,! the
largest number to . register in
some days, appeared yesterday to
sign for work.
. Several of them said the lay-off
from work- on the city sewer pro
gram had put tbe severe smash
on their attempt to provide bread
and butter for the wife and chil
dren at home.
No jobs on the highway emer
gency program. were open in this
t Puget Sound
county yesterday. . .
A WORTHY FOE
Give and Jake Artist Will
Meet Ratziaff Here on
i : Wednesday Night
- Local fans who have, been won
dering if Ratziaff will meet plen
ty of competition' in Jiggs Dos
sey," when the two 'fight at the
armory Wednesday night, may be
placed at ease according to H. A.
Hoblnson, matchmaker, '-who
states that' Dossey is a worthy
opponent ' ' . ' - -:
Jiggs is fighting all the time
and Is in good trim. He la one of
these fighters who keeps coming
ail the time in a fight and ' never
holds back. He and Ratziaff both
are, fighters who . will take ; one.
Just ' to get a chance to give ', a
better one.; Last year Dossey won
a SSQ prize , on Captain Harry
Hansen's special card, for putting
on the. best. fight of the evening.
His up and coming style and-his
toughness were what made him
the: favorite there. It will mean a
lot to Dossey if he can get a win
over.:; Ratziaff here , Wednesday
night. . .. ' , ; v ,. . - ..
-Robinson Is "featuring all .tig
fellows on this.. card and .will
match Denny Lenharf, 180, - of
Portland- and .Jack Cokey,
180, of Tacoma. Both of these
boys are clever boxers and give
hard punches. Tom Loutitt will
be in the ring as usual to referee.
Three more matches will be an
nounced tomorrow for the card.
These will also be big felllows ac
cording to Robinson.
Group Will Meet
Legislation effecting sportsmen
will be the principal topic of dis
cussion tonight when the' Marion
County Game Protective associa
tion meets ' at - the chamber of
commerce rooms. Russ Smith Is
the newly-elected president of the
Salem Oolf Course 3 miles south
n River Drive. 18 hole watered fair-
wara laree greeus. Fees; 15c Sunday
18 Tears Safrm's Leading Auctioneer
and fvrnitur Vea.ir.
Rldenc and - Stor
1818 North Summer EC ' -
Turkish baths and maasase. 8. IX.
R. D. Barton National Batteries
Starter and generator work. Texaco
tat Ion, comet Court and CliOrch.
LLOTD EL RAUSSEX Columbia
Bicycles and repairing. 3S7 Court..
-The beat tn btcyclea and repairing
H. w. e?ott. 147 a c rtri. - Tel. i.
Teiephone lit.- R. FJ. Nortea
Dr. GUbert. Ore; Bids. . Tel. 84 81-
; Dr. tt U SCOTT. PSC Chiropractor.
888 M. Hlab. TeL-87. Rca 2184-J.
- DRS. CCOFtKU. - Palmer Chtre
practora. X-Ray and N. C. IC Kew
- ieat j t'Btuinc rail &mr
lem Co zflt N. 8th. Tel. 7J.
Crwkft Msnne m n &a.et
Center St. Valeterta. TeL, XUT.
Stnnd.' Clewnra Ik Dvere. Call HJ1
Charts foundation sarment. For new:
spring modeL . Call rcDreaentatlre
R1LTK Bi.isrrrprr! rri k?. i .
Uon, 337 Court St. TL Ko. I,
flntwhed. Q1on Floor Co.. 17ft FVont.
PotnaetUa.- Cyclamen. - fern a. mm.
MnaUona. floral piecea. . Tel. 1888.
El A. Bennet Nuraerr Co. SI21 fair
srounds Rd. .
FLOWERS FOR '-ALL occasion.
Olaen'a. Court A Uisb St. Tey. SSL
ALL kinds of floral ' work. - - rita
riorlat, Htb A Market. Tel. 8124.: .
CUT F1nrft. mrtkAAinm ' Knnmi... '
funeral - wreatha, decoration, c. F.
Bretthanpt. Oorlat, 813 Stat Street.
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group and Chris J. Kowits Is treas
urer. A number - of important
masnres affecting sportsmen are
now pending In the legislature. -
MOSCOW, Ida., Feb. 2. (AP)
Washington State college de
feated Idaho. .81 to 21. tonight
In a Pacific coast , conference
basketball game. .-j
Washington State took a lead
In tbe first minute of play on a
basket by Jlolsten, and the Cou
gars were never headed. It' was
a rough . game throughout; the
first half being particularly hard
fought. , The score at recess
time was t to 8 for W. S. Cjj
, In the, second half the Staters
rang up Counters more regular
ly. Hun tlejr Gordon, . Cougar cen
ter, located the hoop in the clos
ing session and scored four bas
kets.,' '. '
' In the second half Idaho lct
both Parks and Wicks on per
sonal fouls, f - i
Gordon of W. S. C. was high
scorer with 11 points.
Sighs Up on
PITTSBURGH, Pa , Feb. I 2.
(AP) Whether Hack Wilson, the
Chicago Cubs' home! run clouter, -obtained
the 840,000 a year he
was reported to have demanded
was unknown tonight, but at least
the chunky outfielder was satis
fied with the amount he will re
ceive for the 1931 season.
Wilson and , William Veeck,
president of the Cubs, met here to
day and came to terms quickly.
Wilson signed a one-year contract.
As is usual, in the Cubs' business
arrangements with the players,
tbe amount the slugger will re
ceive next season was not reveal
ed. .': .'.
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