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Buddy Meets Knockout; kid
In Person ot J. bneii;
Another ot those Taorde talent
flght card which ha claims are
iust What the fans crave, has
been lined up by' ;MhinaJer
. Harry Plant tor . Wednesday
night at the armory.
Buddy Amhroce, who needa
! i.i..J.,vlni unless It D lO
BO laiiuuuvuvu ,v-
Udentlfy Wm ; from g
Bobby, will engage In lh
y Shell of Poraand. Sn.l U not
to he coniusea This
. sH who meetrXmhroe 1. th.
one who d6uwea up
of SHetx on one of those West
Salem shows last summer.
Buddy Ambrore" and! Bobby
- - . 1 V . V If Ilia
work out aaiiy ai u
naaium under the watchful eye
I of Toughy Wins, their new man
ager. Tougby. Win ha? had a
colorful career In the ing and
m vnt dim bine but
for some bad liKk. once in Jhe
way ot getting his jas
. v. vu.nnnnnAiit rammed mm
with his head. Toughy: has quit
the ring now and is managing
the Ambrose boys. In the past
they hare been rather deaf to in
struction, bufsince Toughy has
worked with tnem meyi '
started improving in style and
; fightln ability. .
Bobby to Meet , .
Bobby Ambrose will meet Jaca
Tohng. Indian boy from Sileti. In
. round neml-xrindup.
put on a great fight here
talent card and
UBb WW.- '
ii 1)1. iv Tn thouzh be was
bit short of wind. However he Is
now trained down to ms oess
Is eager to resume hostilities
with Young. Young is no) slouch
and if he puts across .that right
punch loathe Jaw. Bobble is li
able to lean on the canvas. .
Another six round spectaU will
feature bis fellows -with; Jack
Kelly of Salem laeetinjr Ray Han
nan of Silverton. Kelly is pro
gressing nicely in bis f attaining
and will be in good condition to
meet the SilTerton logger who
has been' doing well in recent
fights. -"-"J J
Red Witcraft and Jack! Jones
will meet In a tonr round special
and determine whether or not
southpaw .is toucher than a red
head. Red is plenty tough and
Jpnea will nave his mits full in
handling the Stayton. fighter. "
Al Smith of Salem, whlo kay
oed his opponent in the second
round on the last card here, will
fight Young Douglas of ISllver
too. This will be the second fight
for Smith and the third for Doug
las. A curtain raiser will Je an
nounced later. Bargain t price
will be in effect for this card. .
TO ERASE OLD SCORE
. MEDFORD, Feb. ; 7 (Special)
With memories of a -; de
feat on the gridiron in the last
20 seconds of play still fresh in
their memories. Medford i junior
high is sending & basketball
squad north for a two-game ser
ies -with Parrlsh Junior high -of
Salem in as effort to wipe out
the stlns of the fluke win on
the football field last fall. The
basketball games will be played
Friday and Saturday, February
13 and 14.' ... - ' : '
Medford's junirs have won all
their games in their class in this
district and captured the south
ern Oregon championship j: by ' a
one-sided score from Ashland
last week. " . 1' ..
Coach Ray Ilendersonj will
; bring 10 men- north with him.
In his starting lineup he will
probably place Harold - Swank
and Max Glllnsky, forwards Dick
Turpln, center, and. Tommy
White and Russell Brown guards.
Swank and Gillnsky are both
good shots, the former averaging
a dozen points for almost every
game this winter, although the la
the smallest man on the squad.
. Turpln. -whose bad -pass I from
center lead to the, fluke touch
down by Salem last fall, will be
out to make up for his misplay
when Medford and Salem j meet
: Subs Will Include Robert Sher
wood, Lester Deal, Harold j Wil
liams, Bob Jones, Sam aeDyke
or Fhil tjuuennerry.
Clark in Charge
Of Truck Sales,
In ' preparation for the forth
coming season of construction ac
tivity, the Bonesteele Motor com
pany announces the return to its
employ of Roscoe W. Clark, (rack
Mr. Clark who has previoesly
been in the employ of the Bone
steele Motor company for several
years, will be In complete charge
of the truck . department! Mr.
Clark hopes to . renew acquaint
ance with his 'many friends
throughout ' Marlon -. and Polk
county In-displaying the 1931 Une
- of Dod?e Brothers trucks, j :'
Mr. Clark states that there will
be a complete showing" of the
Dodge truck lino at the Portland
Auto show. " - -; j-..,..
. -' COLUMBIA WINS OUT;
" PORTLAND. Ore., Feb.t 7.
fAP)--ColumbLa university - de
feated Centralia Junior college.
51 ta 21, In an overtime tastet
Lall game, here toolghk . - : .
Stream Pollution Held
Serious Menace to Game
I ; In Oregon; Report Made
. Pollution of the streams lis a
? AnnvAr that ihrostona Kpriniislr
UMMV MU u. W '
the destruction of all fish life and
the recreational advantage in
some parts of the state, according
to the biennial report of the jslate
game commission filed with Gov
ernor Meier here Saturday. f
"Oregon has : lost millions -r ot
fish annually through pollution,'
read the report, 'due to the lack
of installing, or through the In
stallation ot defective and nnat
tended fl3hways and screens. The
commission realizes the impor
tance of correcting tbesei condi
tions If It hopes to perpetuate fish
life in oar streams. . I- !
"It Is conservatively estimated
that the j predatory animals in
Oregon, including cougar, bob
cat, wolf and coyote, destroy more
jgame annually than is taken by
the licensed hunter. The paid
hunter- is perhaps the most ef
fective' and economical way of
eliminating this . predatory men
ace. Deer, - the principal game
animal in Oregon, has shown a
steady - increase during the past
10 years.; It was estimated that
10,000 deer were killed -during
the open season of 1 9 3 0 which
was, beyond " question, the most
successful deer season ever enjoy
ed, by Oregon hunters. j - '. r
""The antelope has Increased
steadily In Lake and Harney
counties, and it-is now .conserva
tively estimated that we have be
tween 20.000 and 30.000 of this
game.- It is altogether likely that
within the next few years the in
crease will justify a short open
season, which should be provided
as soon as the increase will per
mit.. . --: I j'M:
. "A careful study has convinced
the-game commission'' lot the in-
advlsabi.lity of the creation ot
small game refuges through
agreement with property owners.
It is almost impossible to police
these small ireas properly, j and
experience has taught us that such
game refuges of only 'a few hun
dred acres deprive the honest
hunter of shooting: privileges,! and
only, tend to make better hunting
in such refuges. The game com
mission - it using Its best efforts
to have saltablearees, sufficiently
large to.iaiford proper, policing,
set aside : as game sanctuaries In
every county in the state by legis
lative enactment. --;.. - I '
"While; the average sportsman
who enjoys the privilege of; hunt
ing: and fishing gives little time or
thought to our fur-bearing ani
mals. the. value r this industry
tn-Oregon should not be overlook-
WOODBURN, Feb. . 7 The
basketball team of the Oregon
state training- school near Wood
bum la the winner of theeham-t.
plonshlp; of the Woodburn: high
school Do-Nut league again this
year. The championship was de
cided Thursday night when the
training school team beat I the
Aurora team, runner-up In the
league by a score of 18 to 12.
- The training school has now
won the Do-Nut league title both
years of Its existence. The school
also won the right to retail i the
championship cup. If the ' state
wards win the championship
again next year; they will have
permanent ownership of the cup.
The deciding game, played at
the state ; school, was quite even
during the whole route, but Aur
ora finally succumbed to the bet
ter teamwork of their opponents.
The lineups:' ! " i: i
O. 8. T. 8. '18) (12) Aurora
Wilson, 8 . F4. T. Evans
Rohn F 1. K. ! Evans
Hughes, 1 C 3. Pond
Valleley. 5 G 2, Dlrksen
Whiteman, 4 ..G . t. Schwab
TO SPEED UP. HOW
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With .a bowling derby . sched
uled .to start here next Saturday
and' a two-day Intercity tourna
ment "planned for February 21
and 22, activities In the local
tenpln realm will occupy the at
tentions of all fans in the begin
ning of the spring season.
! This derby, it is said. wIU be
managed tn the same fashion as
those now being run off by two
Portland newspapers. Any person
will be . eligible for entry! until
the closing date, February 14.
Games will be bowled at; times
suitable to eaeh -entrant. I Every
Friday night at midnight, the
lowest 10 per cent of the players
wIU be eliminated. j
"A silver loving cup is offered
to the final winner as well las nu
merous cash prizes ' for other
players making high .scores. j
The intercity tourney, to be
played over Saturday - and Sun
day, February 21 and 22. its ex
pected to draw at least 12 out ot
town teams, among them, fives
rrom Portland, i Hlllsboro. St,
Helens, Eugene, Albany and Cor-
X trapshoot will be held Sun
day at 19 a. m. at the field on
the corner of 25th street and
Turner - road for the benefit of
the legislative Eportsreen.! Sev
eral . special events r . planned
in which the Saiem trap-breakers
will bare a chance to com
pete with, the solons,' -.- (
DMT CHIP 11
ed. The number of fur-bearing
animals ! taken annually in ; Ore
gon has been increasing steadily
over a period ot years, and the
annual take at the present time
is valued &t more than $250,000.
'A total of 4 7,11 C game birds of
all kinds were released In Oregon
in 1929 land ,1930, with Chinese
ring-neck pheasants predominat
ing. The state game farms are
capable lot producing : several
times more game birds than can
be held at the farms. : To aid in
the distribution of such surplus
birds better results are obtained
by placing day old pheasant chicks
in brood; coops In suitable local-
itles, either in charge of a care
taker or Iwith a responsible farm
er.' t . : : ? . ;
; "As roads, are Improved ' and
Oregon's populace increases the
state game commission1 must make
every effort to enlarge its activi
ties -to! meet the constantly grow
ing demand for good fishing. Ours
is an age of consolidation, with
modern j business demonstrating
the economy of this plan In reduc
ing overhead expense and labor
"Following this general trend
the state! game commission ; Is
planning to centralize its hatchery
equipment. Instead of - building
new small hatcheries to supply
the various 'counties, we will en
large 1 and improve ' hatcheries
which are now favorably located
with plenty of water. " :
"The commission has realized
tho necessity of an educational
campaign! to present the import
ance of the Malheur reservation
to the public of the state, and to
this end has taken action to pre
pent the facts through he medium
of the public press. To cooperate
further with the Bureau of Biolo
gical survey, the commission has
appointed one of its members to
act as intermediary between the
game commission and the federal
men in charge."
! Oregon State didn't quite do
It, ' bnt anyway WaslUngtoW
knows there's . somebody . else
im the basketball worid. Lot
of rooters mast!" have been
slightly excited, along .toward
the end j of ' Saturday night's
I Wo aim to nlease. and rmr
meanlnr the nlxht staff here In
The " Statesman office our re
ports to the telephone Inquiries
have ' been I nrettv venerallv sat
isfactory of late, with respect :to
local has tetbaii teams anyway.
Of ecforse, ; the teams cooperated
wnr.i,xo: quite an extent. :
27Cp : Willamette the liten
' tnre. department Is offering
course on . "great . books".
Wonder If Konh Webster
and Alexander Graham Bell
re Incladed Jimong the
thors? - j (
i Athletic director I at the ' hlrh
school has! his troubles. If the
rooters aren't velline "Down
Gilmore, it's "Here Cornea GU
more Now". t -
ST. MARIS m
OLYMPIA. Wash! Feb. 7. 3
(AP) Willamette university
scored an easy victory over .St.
Martin s Junior college, hero to
night. 31 to 10. In Si slow basket
ball game. 1 The Oregon school
used its second team most of the
game. Peterson. - Willamette
guard, was j high point man with
12 markers. . Half time score
was 12 to !7 for St. Martin's. ,
In a special message received
from Coach "Spec" Keeue giving
details ef the trip, "Spec' stated
that wonderful spirit was shown
by the Willamette players. "The
boys put ap a great tight in: the
series to make up lor. the loss, of
Cardinal,", axe the words used
by Keene. Two victories over
College of Puget Sound put Wil
lamette In the lead at present in
the Northwest: conference with
four wins and no defeats.
Rooks Win With
Ease to Tie up
j Annual Series
; CORVALUS. Ore.. Feb. 7--'
(AP) The Oregon Stato Rooks
ended their basketball season here
today, trouncing the ? Oregon
Froth, 82 to 1C- i U r 4
The victory evening the four
game series, each team winning
two games. s .--
The Rooks completely outclass
ed the Frosh today and kept in
front throughout the game. Coach
Lamb put In his second string
men after the first had run up an
'" BIO BILL WINS
PTJNTA GORDA. Fla.. Feb. 7
(AP) Big; Bill TUden, who
swings his raquet as; a profession
al these days, easily defeated Em
mett Pare, Chicago -0, 6-3. i
AUMSVILLE. Feb. - 7-T h e
alumni basketball game between
Gates and Aumsvflle was played
Wednesday night oa the . local
floor, tho score being 15 to 14 In
Anmsville's - favor. . - -
Nelson's Goal Wear end of
Game. Decisive; 0. S.
Ahead Mostly. .
! SEATTLE. Feb. 7(AP) A,
spectacular long field goal by Ned
Nelson, substitute forward, gave
the University of Washington a
thrilling 28 to 26 victory over
Oregon State college hero tonight
to send -the Huskies one notch,
closer to the northern division,,
Pacific Coast Conference cham
pionship. ' i - J .
I Hank Swanson, Husky center,
tied the - score at 2 6-all In the last
four minutes and Nelson followed
a minute later with his victory
stroke. Washington played keep
away the last two minutes during
which not a single Bearer got a
handbn the balL
i Ken Fagans, clever center, op
ened the scoring in the first half
when he tallied a field goal for
Oregon State. The Beavers ran
the count to 4-1, but Washington
came back to take the lead at 5-4
on shots r by Fuller and Swanson.'
Chuck Grayson tied it up -for O.
S. C. with a free throw, but the
Huskies forged Into the lead
again on a basket by Swygard and
then widened the margin to 16-11
at half time, . . - "
! The Beavers came out with a
vengeance and opened up a drive
that swept the Huskies off their
feet. Merrill and Lyman tied the
score at 18-all and then the lat
ter sent O. S. C ahead with a
sensational field goal.
I Oregon State continued to hold
the advantage In spite Lot succes
sive substituting by Coach. Hoc
Edmundsoncof Washington until
the last four minutes of play when
Swanson. came through with a ty
ing basket and Nelson dropped in
the winning point from the middle
of the floor.
: In an endeavor to stop, the
Washington rush Jn the first half.
Coach Slats GiH sent his star' cen
ter, Ed Lewis into the game bnt
the latter weakened the team con
siderably due to a stiff leg which
has been) keeping him ont: of
play. Fagans replaced him after
a. couple of minutes. . ... j
The lineup and summary: j
OlS.C. (26) . O F
Lyman, F .......... S 0
Ballard, F ...... i '. . .3 0
Fagans, C ...... 2 1
Merrill, O ..........2 1
Grayson, o i . . . . . . . . ' 1 2
ToUls .."...V.. . ."11 4 10"
Washington (28) O
swygard, f . . . . . V. . ; a '
Fuller, F ....t......l
Nelson, F ..'...,....1
Swanson, C . Z, . . 2
West, G .V. . : . . .1
Calrney. G ......... .0
o - 2
Totals ....... ...10 1
Referee: Morris, Seattle;
plre. Riddle, Everett.
BEAT UieH SCHOOL
MONMOUTH, Feb. 7 The
previously Invincible Monmouth
high school hoopsters were stalled
on. their victorius march of pro
gress Iat night when, in ' their
15th encounter, a return game
with, the Oregon Normal school's
reserves, they were defeated 36-
The Normals used their strong
est reserve force, and catching
the-high school boys on an off
night following a heavy tilt Wed
nesday night with the Salem Cap
ital Business college quint, had
no difficulty in running ap an ov
erwhelming score. It was a return
tilt, 'the high school having beat
en : the Normal Reserves, 27-20,
The game was played as a pre
liminary to the O. N. S. vs. Cau
thorne club or corvallis; and was
a practice tilt for both teams to
try out a new system of offense
and defense. 1 Rodgers of the Nor
mal, and a last year's Monmouth
high school star, was high scorer
witlt 17 points. . -
Normal Reserves High School
Vaughn 2. . . . . .F. . f Hockema
ShellenbergerlO F". .V. 2 Goode
Petteys. 7 r . . C. "", 4 San tee
Rodgers 1 7 ..... G .... 2 White
Edwards.... ...G.. 3 Johnson
OREeOil WlflS, L'OW
OUT OF B
MOSCOW, Idaho. Feb. 7
(AP) The University of Oregon
defeated the University ot Idaho,
42 to 34, in a Pacific Coast con
ference basketball game here to
nlgbt. . :
' The Idaho defeat, the second a.t
Oregon's ' hands - rn - successive
nights, dropped the Vandals Into
last place in the northern divi
sion standings. "
. For a time It looked like an
Idaho victory In the first half, as
the Vandals wiped out a tonr
point lead to go out front 12 to S.
Forthwith Eberhart, Oregon cen
ter, shot .two goals to tie - the
score, and the lead alternated un
til the end ot the first alf,
which ended 26 to 20 tor Oregon.
. The Webfoots gradually crept
away from the slower Idaho five
In the second half. - .
Keenan and Wicks, bright stars
of the Oregon and Idaho teams, re
spectively, were banished on per
sonal foals in the second half.
Eberhart led the scoring with
11, followed by his mate. Calkins,
with 10. Captain Drummond was
high for Idaho with .
Schools to Accept Referees
Assigned .by Neutral
' ' Committee j j
SILVERTON, Feb. 7. , I That
Chemawa Indian school won; the
basketball -championship In the
"A" league of this district was an
nounced at ' the Marion! County
Principals association meeting
held at Silverton this morning.
The principals' meeting1, held at
the same time as the county teach
ers institute, was devoted largely
to a discussion ot high school and
grade school sports. Considerable
dissatisfaction has been express
ed among the coaches and princi
pals of the work of referees in all
of the basketball leagues, It was
this matter which held jthe I In
terests of the, school heads.
The remaining games! of ;the
"B" league will be served by of
ficials selected. by a , committee
named . by the principals' - group.
The - committee named if Lestle
J. Sparks, assistant coach! of Wil
lamette university; Herman Kra
mer, principal of Silverton junior
high school F. DC: Wolf, principal
of; the senior high school 'at Sa
lem. The committee will appoint
neutral referees from the! regular
list; regardless of the "scratching?
that - has been made ' d urtn g t he
season, or from any outside men
they may choose. The participat
ing teams mast accept their choice
or forfeit the game. The one game
left for "B" league, Gerrais and
Parrlsh junior high school. Is not
atfeeted by this motion, it jwas de;
cided. ." i . . I " '
No date was named for the
postponed : Gervais-Farrishj Junior
high game. It will be scheduled,
the association ruled, one day be
fore or after a regularly scheduled
game, or zorieu or. tne victory dj
the dissenting school made.
Championship Game ' ; j" :
' The championship' game be
tween the' northern and southern
divisions of theB league will
ably f the Willamette university
be played 'on a neutral floor, prob
gymnaslum. The committee; ot Mr.
Sparks, MrA Kramer and. Mr. Wolf
will decide r the : place for this
game. 'U f- - ' . - t t '
Hereafter persons or. groups
wishing to voice protests regard
ing basketball decisions will be re
quired to post 10, instead! ot 35
In order to secure an official bearing.-
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.r W.'. WvFox,xnral school wnper
visor,' .was 'named head, ot a committee-,
to - approve . baseball r dia
nondiu His committee, to be nam
ed by Chairman V. D. Bain. Wood
burn superintendent, was instruct
ed to require baseball diamonds to
be as near as possible to the
standard diamond. -- i.. :
t A Controversy arising twer age
limits for . grade school baseball
players was settled by referring t
the rule that tbe' player mast not
be over 16 years of .age on the of
ficial opening... day ot-the league
schedule. , -A..-.- ; !
"1 By MAPLE ALLEY 1
McKay Chevrolet City leaguers
almost wept last week at the
thought ot landing In the jeellar
position at the very start ot the
season. In times - past, they had
held well toward the top.f Bnt
George Allen, Chevwy captain,
moving spirit and high percentage
pinman, was home and ill Tues
day! night, hence McKays land
slide. With George back In the
lineup next week they should be
able to leave the cellar for some
one else. ; ' - -i '
The Elk, he are aa auspicious
animal of perfect percentage
ta Salem bowling leagwesv Both
the City league Elks , and ' the1
Elks Cobs Commercial ' teams
stand at l.OOO for the first
week's bowling 1b the spring;
halt-season. y : - ' -i ; - -
Bert Victor has retnrnedlo the
City league Elks corral. This la
understood to be largely the reason-
for this7 team's - rise..-.- Elks
Cttbs, sew,8fenrto bo having-Je
ginner's luck. -.. I -J
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AFour ties may be untied todayi
Salem DeSotes. Albany, Corrallls
and Eugene valley bowling team
are set to wage a battle otpla
pounding to see who's who. With
last week's games ending In si
f our-way tie, everyone was who'V
The play-oft Is scheduled to start
at 1 o'clock at tho Winter Garden
Willamette Valley Transfer. Just!
can't seem to" cease usurping the
City league headlines. First they
break BakeRlte's .league series
and game records la the last night
of the first halt-season. Then the.
first night of the spring session
what do they do but set recoTdsi
so- htgh that even Bake-Rlta, beat-!
lng its old records, couldn't over-
bowl! - y-
, ' Ctty eagve
; . W. L. iPet.
Elks Club . . . . . . i .3 0 1.000
BakeRlte Bakery ; . ..3 -0 1.000
Winam. VaL Trans, r. 2 1 ;667
Capital Bedding Co.", . 2 1333
Winter Garden ...... 0 .3 iOOO
McKay Chevrolet !3 i000
' Averages, first 10: Hall 214. 1.
Kantola 211.2. Toung 206J M.
Hemenway 204.2, Kay 202.1,jVic
tor 200, Sharkey IS 9.1, Schmidt
195.1. Karr 193.1, Steiabock
192.2. . .;:r
" V Commercial Lcagne
: ' r. , , W. L. IPet.
Elks Cubs ........... 1.000
Fleener Electric ...,.' 3 i.667
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TELLERS' BEEF TELLS
Hair ; Pulling is Only Thing Barred on : Floor
HOOP FANS SHUDDER
Fait charging ball carriers
and interference of the tellers
team spelled defeat for. the light
er ; and younger bookkeepers in
the annual basketball game be
tween the two teams of the
United States National bank
The tellers won 25 to 5 In the
annual event which was played
at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday aft
ernoon. ' - . j '.'
T The tellers proved 'superior In
every department. of j the- game
both on the floor, and! off. Hav
ing won tha. games, lor two years
past, they knew Just how to set
about winning again.? The style
of ; play used in N the fgane con
firmed the report that it - was
agreed before playing: that ' fouls
would not be called I except in
rare eases. Many, rare cases
arose, hut only a few fouls were
called. ' - rr ... . r
- Not : only was the I stipulation
made that fouls would be over
looked, but also that! the book
keepers could not be the scorers.
However on this point they were
not too exacting for! a neutral
scorer was permitted, jto .tabulate
the results. . v :u:' . -:; ',-
As the . game got . iinder way.
It iwas ' soon apparent : that a
great r mistake, mad .. been - made
by 1: the . bookkeepers In - submit
ting to such an agreement con
cerning the calling h ot fouls.
However ' they soon! adjusted
themselves to the style of play
in vogue. and were only outdone
in charging because .they laeked
sufficient .beef, f -; 4 -
A crowd of curious spectators
EOLF Wif M
DATES ARE FIXED
? SEATTLE, Feb. 7 (AP)
Dates for the season's champion
ship tournaments were set today
by the directors qf the- Pacific
Northwest Golf association at
their annual mid-winter meeting
here. --.-.-...-, -, j.
The Pacific northwest .amateur.
competition for men and women
wlir be 'held during the week of
Jnne 22 to 27 and the open tour
nament is scheduled for the pre
ceding rnaay and satnraay, June
IS and 20. , h
i. It .was arranged several months
ago -to held the .men's - amateur
championship at the Flrcrest Golf
dnb,, Tacpma, and the women's
meet over both the Tacoma Coun
try 'and -Golf club and Flrcrest
courses. The women will play the
first three days at -the Tacoma
club; . The open will be held at
the Tacoma Golf club, i . .- -
At the request ot the United
States Golf , association, the direc
tors i undertook .responsibility for
the. administration of the Pacific
northwest -' sectional -'j qualifying
rounds for the national and open
tournaments. - r
i The amateur and. open qualify
ing tests have been awarded Seat
tle, the amateur on July 28 and
the open on " June 8, but there
is a posslbility-.that this arrange
ment will be changed with Port
land getting the. amateur trial. f
:At the request ot "Cy',T0ung,
president of -the Peninsula I Golf
club.1 Portland, the directors gave
official P. N. O. A. endorsement
to the Pacific . northwest public
links tournament to be held : at
the Peninsula club, 'Portland,-next
August. . . . .' !
Game is Called
Off Because of
i GERVAIS. Feb. 7.- The ad
vertised game of basketball be
tween' Parrlsh., Junior high of
Salem an! the local high school
team did not occur last night as
planned, because of a dispute
over officials. However, a. town
team of Woodburn came and the
locals defeated it by a score of
:S8 to;:27.' , s
, The girls . team of . Stayton
came Sorer, and a' fast and excit
ing game . was played between
these i two - rivals. . On . the way
inrer, one of , the wheels . of . the
Stayton bus . came ' off, . but .no
one was hurt,, and the bus was
not much damaged. The final
score was 21 to 19 In' favor of
Ihe local team. It Is probable a
return game win be played at
Stayton about March 3. If so,
the boys' team will also probab
ly be j included, i , - r
O. S. Swimmers
Beat Clubmen ;
l : i.- - ' ' : -i ;-.
CORVALLIS, Ore Feb. 7
fAP) The Oreron State swltn.
mlng team defeated Multnomah
club. Portland, here tonight. 4 S
tO 39. - . - - - i
1 Ed- Ralson, of Oregon State,
broke the tank record tor the
100-yard back stroke event.- He
defeated Johnny Anderson. f
Multnomah club, tn 1 minute 10
ana 9-5 seconds, lowering the
former records bv a litti
than one second. , .
Com'l Bodr Rhon : . eY
Chevrolet Cuba -."--.
Pacific Telephone ....3 6 .333
saiem San. Dairy ....1 - t All
- Averages: Cline 199.2.' Tarnell
19 3.1.'-Taylor 182.1. Riifot iso.k
Miller 180.3, Brown 177, Lxlcar
173.3,f RicketU 172.5, Bassett
171.1, McMullen 170.8.
' 1 WiHamette Valley
' V---.-- - W. L. Pet.
Salem DeSotos ......6 6 .500
Albany ............6 6 .500
Corrallls .. k . ..... .. 6 .500
Helllj. Eugene ......6 6 " .500
gathered for the game, but' lov
ers of basketball left before half
time., Despite the '1910 style of
play used by the. tellers they
were faster, better shots and
better guards' than the bookkeep
ers. , .Ability- to handle money
with I grace carried over Into the
game and beautiful . ball band
ling was shown by the tellers.
The i bookkeepers .Just couldn't
make the - ball and . the basket
balance and nothing could be
closed nntil they did. y m
I Thompson 1 proved to be the
scoring ace of the game getting
14 points " for the tellers. ' His
team; mate Knox played station
ary forward - and scored . six,
Douris scored all x five . points
made for.' the bookkeepers. The
outstanding player of the game
however was Armstrong ' of the
tellers who was everywl ere the
ball i was and passed with accur
acy to his team mates. He was
one of the sturdiest on the floor.
.Lineups: , . ' ' , -
I Tellers . .Bookkeepers
Thompson 14; ..F, . - Newman
Knox 6 . . , . '. . . ; F. . . McFariand
Wenger. , ... '., . C....; Watson
Armstrong 3.'., G. , . . . 5 Douris
Fisher 2 , . . , . . G . . . - Caughells
S..... J. Imlah
Normal Quintet ; r
MONMOUTH, Feb. 7 - Ore
gon Normal school's basketball
quint defeated the Cauthorne
club team of Corrallls at Mon
mouth Friday night to the tune of
49-13.: . At half time the score was
24 to 6. . The game throughout
was very one-sided, with the Nor
mals: keeping the Corrallls boys
backed- up In the former's terri
tory most of the time.
Normals Cauthorne clnb
Holt 14 r: .V.F. r.... ."- 2 Rice
Bennett 6 . . I . ; F . . . . .V 2 Dunn
Ayers 10 r.yl . . . .C. . . . . 3 Hadley
Edwards ...... G . ;. T 4 Pittam
Steelbammer 13 G.'. ". . 2 Shatter
Engebretson 6 1 . S :. "
J Referee, Gordon. ; !
Balin Golf Oooru a. mllss-sooth
a Hirer Chir. IS hois wstsred fair
wars, large Teei.a, Fcs 76c, undayt
tS .Tears Batata's Leaatns Auctioneer
' . Resident; and-Stors'
1110 North Summer EL -
Turkish baths and massage, S. "fa.
Lnntn. Telephone 1214. New Bak.
. R.' O. Barton Nstionul- Batteries
.Starter and generator work. Tezace
rtntton. . cornet Court Und CTiurch.
IXOTD EL RAMSDEN Colombia
Bicycles and repaJrinc. - 7 Court.
The best ta bicycles and repairing
!tW.:fptt. 147 8. Com'l. aTel. i
Teleobons 1 1 . R. K. Norfhn.
Dr. GUbert. Ore. I Bids. Tel. Silt.
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N. Hlah. TeL 87. Rea 814-J.
DR3.- BCOKIELD, Palmer CMro-
pre ct ore, X-Ray and N. C M. Ke'
For snappy party costumes fall
pm Co tift N. Bth. Tel. 1947J.
Suits cleaned 'and Dressed, call and
deliver 75a Ladles' dresses $1.00. TtL
jznv, azi . conn....-,-:
Center St. - Valeterta.- TeL 1227.
Ftnn C1iyT4 a DVeHi. Call 14S1
Cbatis foundation raiment. For new
aprlns modeL Call repretenUtive
HAL.IK ELECTRIC CO. Kew loo.
tton. S7 Conrt Pt. Tet Ko. t.-
Olsen's, Court A HlgTi St. Tey. Iti.
florist, leth A Markst. Tel. Mi. .
CUT Elowerat arailiflnS htfliwiK
runcra.1 wreaths, decorations.- C F.
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Pslem PiTfntr. Tel. 17 er
NEEDLEWORK. Uirnrtf .hss.
41 Cwirt. - . . -
WILLAMETTE IN& A U EN CI
- - Wm. Bltren, Usr.
211 Masonic Bids. TeL til.
BECKB A HENDRICKB - -
THE NEW SALtM LAUNDRY
THH WEinPB r.AiivriRT
Tel ec bone 2 . Z63 S. EXIsb
S AT CflilST
Better Game Played Than
Against Tillamook at .
Home; Score 37-18 1
Tillamook. Feb. 7. . ( soe-:
cial. )r Playing much more efrec
tlvely than it did when the two
teams met at Salem, the Salem
high , school basketball team tie-'
feated Tillamook high ''here to
night, 37 to 18. In the Salem
game an overtime period was'nec
essary, Salem finally prevailing,
30 to 27. ..j - -
Tonight Kitchen was the scoi
lng star, for Salem, making 13
points, with Santord a close sec-
Jond. Just as the visitors provel
wnere they bad been "ofr' on
accurate lo their shots tonight
their ' own floor, the Tlllam oak
boys. were going poorly tonight
and Mahan, generally good for
many points on long shots, couIJ
collect but" six. t '
Kitchen 13 ... ,Fr. . . . .6 Mahan
Bone 2 .F. ... .''..3 Neggii
Slegmund 6 , . .C. ; . ..4 Schilllnz
San ford 10 . ...G...3 Schoepptrt
Sachtler . . . ...,G. ..... .2 Buim
Graber 6 ......8 t .
Valley Quintets .
All Tied up arid
With all teams lied at .500, the
four Willamette valley traveling
bowling league teams mill Jump
at each other's throats via the
maple alley at Winter Garden,
starting at 1 o'clock this after
noon. - Salem-( DeSotos are -slated
to put their scores against HCiller,
the Eugene team. 'Corrallls will
meet Albanyj .. il
Which team; will come onton
top after today's cOntests.Is Large
ly a matter f conjecture. Heilig
theatre has blayed consistently:
But when the new Salem DeSotos
gave them a workout at Corrallls
last week, the Eugenitcs did not
fare so well. Albany and Corral
lls have also been' Improving
since the ' league;, was organized
last December, ; .
1 CAPITAL Cf i f LAUNDRT
"We - Wean Everything in Lot
Uattreases from factory ta Imme.
Askabout our wool mattresses' Rer
ovsters and funnls-ators Capital ?lty
Bt11ns Co Tel. 1 ton North -Cap-
GEa C. . mLL Pianos. PJiono
STapha. sewlnc tnacblnea, aheet mus:
and piano etudies. Repalrtns - pltono
rrapha . nd . ew!ns 'tnachlnea. 43
fsfit atrvet. Falm
. Everythtna tn office anpplfea Com
merce 1 Book Store. 143 N. ComL
TeL i4. i, .
Pper hanflng end palntlns. Keu
man'a Paint Store. 1S1 N. Comn.
PHONE GLENN ADAMS for houe
decora t In, paper hanElns. ttntlnsi
etft. i Reliable worktnwn. ...
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMBING Bad n.r,l nt.r
work. Graber Rrn ll Sn t.iwur
Tel. 9 , " "
PLUMBING & SUPPLIES '
Meaner Plnmhln, Rnnnl, fn 1 7 1 c
CommerHal Tel. Mfl.
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priuthic. call at Tlia l?tateima Piint-
"PbR every purpose, for every purss
a.1 I Sit SI n arl ahlA. B .41.
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Court -Ft TH. HS
fiTOVM ftfl kf Aw. Mn.M... Cia....
for aaJa. rebuilt mnA 1 1 1
of wovsn w!rs fence, fancy ani
piain. nop DssiteLS ana nooks, loiran
hooks Salem Fence and Siovs Works,
D. I IL MOSHER Tannr fnr
and women. T4 CVwjrt Pf.
Lst BS SOlVA MI, Vi .
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Get our rates.
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