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The OREGON STATESMAN.' Salem.. Orer-on, Wednesday Moraine, February 25, 1931
. Cougars "hot" and Pile up
; Lead , in First Half of
Rough Hoop Game :
PULLMAN. tVasJi., Feb. 24.
(AP) w.Tb Washington State
college Cougar. blocked the Unl
- ver&ity of Washington Hustle aW
' most -to a standstill and then ran
away tor a 3 8-to-2S score In their
Pacific -Coast - conference basket
ball game tonight.
It was a case of a hot Washlng-
" ton State quintet against a slow
starting and poor shooting bunch
of Huskies. Ia the first half the
Huskies scored only 9 points, while
the Cougars caught 22. For seven
minutes the Huskies were
scoreless, and during this time the
Ctfugars went ahead at a point
minute. " '!"
. In the last half Nelson, subbing
at guard for West, went wild and
- for a time It looked as though the.
Tialtors would get back Into the
. stride that A as -carried them to
the top of the conference, but the
! Cougars I rallied and continued
their march. - Nelson. - however,
- got 19 points, enough, to make him
- high scorer, before Ms attack was
" do IT Minutes
San Field Goal '
" Fuller, Washington forward.
broke through for the "visitors"
first field goal, and after the score
was built to 11 to S for the win
"ners. Holsten, Cougarf orwird,
and Wills,"" guard, went on a ram
page that took the count to 20 to
ij seventeen minutes elapsed, be
tween the Huskies' second and
third field goals.
After a feeble "Hasty rally In
the second period; which-brought
. the score to 2s. to 13. Wills and
llolsten went back Into action and
piled up the Cougars winning
margin. :,'." -
The game was rough, with -Mc-Larney
and Gordon, for the Cou
gars, and Fuller and Swanson for
the Huskies, being yanked for per
Four thousand persons saw the
game. The two teams play again
tomorrow night to close the series.
The lineups and summary:
Washington (26) C.
Swygard, F 2
Perry, F . . . . . .. ..
Nef f. F . , .
Swanson, C ......
Nordstrum, C ....
.Calrney, G . . .
Nelson, G ........
Gritseh, G .......
W1. 8. C. S8
Holsten, F ..... . .
Gordon, C .......
- Endsiow, C 1 . . . . ..
' Peace, G J-; ?t . r. V
wills, o VV. : ; v .T;".
Officials: Hunter. Spokaneref
ere; Mulligan, Spokane. tinrptfe
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Tuesday night's Church -leasee-TjasbetbaU
games were one, sided
aftalM.the Presbyterians defeatj
' ing Jason Lee 41 to ( and E?ah;.
gelieal ...winning from . HasesiilleV
T9 to . . Eseh of - Evangelical
and Schmidt of the -. Presbyjexf
lans , divided scoring lo- r ;fpr,
the evening with 20 points eachV-
. .. Summaries - . V
- -; Presbyterian , ' Jasen . Lee - 5
Schmidt 29. ; . . F. . . . : 3 . Dourts
- Hale 4 . . .-.... F. . t ." 1 Duncan:
H. Colgan 19 ... C . 2 - Baum g'rtnr
F. Colgan. . . .
: Marquiss 5 . . .
Sorrell 2 .... .
G . , . : .'. Watson J
S. . . . .... Leper
Evangelical " ' Hajesville' ".
Waters 2 ...... F. . Watanabe!
Clutter 9 . ; . . . ,F'. ... 2 D. Sugal
Esch 29. . ... . . ."C. ... 2 G. Sugat
lUlflke 2 O . Ogura
Iteming ton; 2. ;i ,G. . . .2' A. Sugai
- Barqulst S ..... 3. ...... . Stone;
Maves. ....... S.. ... Terusaki
Bewley.4 . ". . .. . S. . . . . ' Yoshkai
Referee, v Adams. ,
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb.. 24
(AP) Merely because they were
n't Interested In the enforcement
of prohibition laws was no reason
for convicting R. E. Weniger,
sheriff 'of Shoshone' county. Idaho,
and ' hU deputy, Charles - Bloom,
t ot participation in the yJallan
: rum. rebellion. thevTJuited States
. rtrcelt-' "roart of appeals ; r ured. -to
-dart. The oMnloa.". !nse"t---"thilr
- eeuvictloft-of cbuftplring rwitifs TZ. I
others, lnclnding five trustees, and
two policemen of the town of Ital
ian, to increase the town's reve
nues by extra-legal licensing of
ltquer establishments, . Weniger
and Bloom were the only ones to
appeal. The .court pointed out the
conspiracy-was confined, to the
'tewn;of iluWan. where the sheriff-
had Bp-Jurisdiction, over the ac-
rations of local officers. .Neither et
th appellntr, the' opinion said;
conspired with the others convict
ed td violate the. prohibition laws.-
''The - tallur of?.a person J
prevent the carrying out of a conspiracy,-
the opinion said, "even
though- be 4ias ths pewer' so to
de. will not make- hfaa guilty of
the-- offense -without, furtheriafc
proof that he has la some afflrma-tlve-
way onseated- to -be a -party
thereto." " " . ' -
p iiqpu nnocnc
UUUUUU HUU1 uw
Henry Jones Not One to
Turn Cheek; Uses Fists
1 1 In Beating Barrackmah
Henry Jones, rwho'will wrestle
Wildcat McCann here .Thursday
night at the armory, won a lively
match from Mervin Barrackman
at Albany Monday sight. . ;,:
' Despite the fact "that Barrack
man outweighed Jones consider
ably, Jones managed to get two1 of
the three f alls : and , win the ap
proval of most of the Albany fans.
Jojnes ' rammed : his bead in the
solar, plexus of Barrackman "and
then turned him over for a pin
fall. After Jones lost the, second
fall, things looked different. Both
employed boxing tactics , In the
One of the- top notch column
ists ' says a newspaper humorist
ought , to bat .300 but we know
of some who are kept on the pay
roll . because they- are" good, field'
ers .even" though their batting
average isn't so hot.". We"re glad
ours Isn't supposed : .to. be funny..
Abont -four yean Ago tbere
waa m blamed good . basketball
player up at Salem high .who .
didn't quite make the regwlar
lineup. but was as good a.niaa -as
those he ,r nbstltnted . for or
awfully close to it there's no
use arguing about that now. .
" Anyway the five regulars on
that team were all ' seniors afid
so was this f ellov.-; The regulars
went to. 'the state schools and
three of them made the varsity
basketball squad the of er tsro
would have done likewise but
they "majored"- ln other sports.
A remarkable showing for Salem
high but" remember that was
the. breaking up of a combination
Which had been built up through
three years of state , championships.-
:, , : ! - . : ; , . . -
But tills sixth man went to
the college In his . home town
and turned out for basketball.
Wei tli that first
frame he played, in; Spec
Keene's boys were plajlng
didn't seem able to break in to
the basket. ; and this fellow
Adams went In there and be
gan poking them In from right
nnder the hoop; he made It
seem ..easy. - where the others
had." found It impossible There
-we didn't mean to tell tow
his name quite so soon but It
slipped out And now you. know.
The outstanding thing about
-Adams i in all t his playing was
-hat -nothing- ever: rattled hfia
LxAndTno amountUf rougaIguaxdp
lAg eyer convinced Hint" that scor
lng wasn't a- simple ; matter of
waltxlng . up 'there, and popping
-the bmlr thouirft. the-basket.- No,'
we take it back. ; The outstand
rng Tniag was tnat noajways nw
its best, not for . Adannr but for
tae team.' - " , - - :
i- o . -..list ;
Just last- week Adams .- Was .'
Handed -blc 'beureraer on tbe'r
occasion of - compCjr. four
seaseweror- bMMWl fttr , Wil-
Wamette. In. these r four years .
he ha not always- been an out-"
voetandtnc' Stnr; though, he broke
4a sv renUr, more or leas.
bjb first "year. Last season he'"
was seieetea as an ' au-A ortn--wcU
conference forward.' ,
There have' been! times when
Adams played in the Willamette
liiseuD and one or ' two of thosii
ads he used to sub for, sat on
tne opposing bench and saw Wil
lamette beat the team they were
ubblng for but . that's " neither
here nor there.! We Just thought
Ws career was 'worth mentioning.
among , other i reasons, because
fnearly e?ery boy , In Salem from
six years upward knows Dwight
and knows that he's not onlv a
good basketball -player but a fine
reuow and another reason . is
lhat he'll probably never mention
If. himself." " . -
"J,By Large Crowd
Berkeley; cai.; Feb: u.
(AP) Five hundred students of
the University of California wel
comed their new football coach,
ravy Bill" , Ingram, iipto Jo wit
tenlght, and the yell leaders had
X& stand on box: cars - to make
themselves seen.: above- him. '
i Everyone agreed he was "as
big as all outdoors. " ; . . -
' Ingram wasted little time on
preliminaries. . tThe five hundred.,
draped on box 4 cars, the railroad
station, and on all otner eleva
tions, gave Mm a few yell3; - In
gram posed . for photographers,
and then left for . hjs iotel.. He
will' probably start sprtn'g -praef-
.a n a w V ' . . ' ? ...... . y
Tourney, For Y
; Hoopers Slated
The northwest basketball tour
"asftnent for Tt M.-C. A.'s will be
field In Portland March IS ahd
14. Sis districts will play - for
ttorthwest" 'champioBsbtp. Salem
will represent -District No. 4. Oth
er eligible teams are Olympia and
Seattle. - ti x V- V -
The DLstrJtt A final outcome Is
as follows: ; i
Team ". - ' J - W.- Ii Pet.
Salem .....,.......$ 1.000
Eugene . . .V.4- 4 . .500
I - .375
last period and Jones proved to be
a Tlt more clever' ih- this style of
mixing and soon bad Barrackman
down.- : - - -
, Wildcat McCann says ha can
wrestle' clean if that Is In order,
and all will admit -that he can
wrestle the other way. The Wild
cat baa not lost a match since last
summer, except tne one wnicn was
awarded, -to Wildcat . Pete for an
infraction of the rules. McCann
has had no less than' 30 matches
since last fall -and is in excellent
condition.- He has been taking on
some tough opponents In practice.
PHEN SPEED IIP
Winter." Garden's bowlers took;
a' sudden .spurt last night to win
two games out of three from Cap
ital Bedding company pinmen,
roll high game of .1900. and cop
the team eeries count with 2 SI 8
total pins.. .Elks club defeated
Willamette.' Valley vTf ansfer, an
upset," in the other Clfr league
match. 4 McKax Cb,vrolt- bad .to
postpone us game wltn Bak Rite,
probably, to tonJgbC. i j
. Tho big game "couRt scored, by
Winter.; Garden was not oulte
enough to. beat Elks club's: 1093.
But Taylor olaying for, the. Gar
den, rolled . high Individual gam
of 241 and the healthy series of
1 4 a pins.
; Under the point system. Elks
and Winter Garden each chalked
up three and the other two teams.
Miner ... . 16Q. .15 ISA
Taylor-,,, , ...1C8 204 341
rr . 169 J3 195
Bitt , , , 171. 184 162
EPeH , H.178 .205 214
.876 939 1000 2815
CAPITA!. BXSSIKO CO.
.879 92S 904 2711
.193 - 151
.. . , ,- .314 170
.1003 850 SSa 2683
VTXXAHETTK VAXXET niSKm
Ky : 191 174 165 589
B. Hcmenwty 19 210 140 ' 549
O. AiUa ; .163 149 151 469
Sim-key 190 178 156 524
aatoia . 185 195 169 549
.928 90S 781 '2615
I'M IS Sill
- .Prelfsaiaary work started Tues-daT-oa
the instaHaMog of the new
balconies in the Willamette rrm-
Two balconies, one on the east
end and one on the west end, wil)
be built-in rder to take care of
the large tournament crowds. The
new structures will j Increase the
seating! 'capacity almost 600. Work'
will -be -rushed -in- order, to' com- !
plete the 'Job before the tourna
ment begins. , . -
. NEW YORK; Feb. 24, (AP)
From out of the west comes Sis
kin, a rugged-son of Eplnard.'to
Join--, the unbeaten Vender pool
add Don Leoa.of Kentucky as the
outstanding dark horse to- win the
POt jf gold at the end of the Ken
tucky. Derbyi !..;.' 1
; On the- bais "of two year.J old
performanpes and .what meagre
Iniormatienfvhae leaked out of
their winter Vaart. the trio fall
la line behind Equipoise, Twenty
GrandrMate'and Insco as? the pub
lie choice to carry off the honors
at Churehlll Downs on May 16.
Odds varying frtm 10 to 1 to 40
to 1 can be obtained on either of
the three in the derby futures
while similar quotations may be
had in th.e Preaknesi books. -
4. vender Pool, which races for
Mrs. M. P. Allen's Tennessee sta
ble failed to win the two-year-old
championship : last year, but he
turned in. .11. victories in as "many
starts. ' - ' - " -
' Training- Gamp
: j : ' Notei: : - - -
SAN ATrO?iIO, Tex., Feb.- it
(AP) Texas produced some
sunshine today and" the hicaga
White-Sox -had, their first good
workout - sliice; - they, arrived -in
SanAatonIo. It wasn't, strenu
ous, 'however, with the Athlete
tiasing -fly balls and limbering
np-r - ...... '
AVALON, Calif.; Feb. 24. w
(AP) Another dozen of Chicago
Cub bait players, arrived on .Cata
llna . Island ' today but; the same
twenty who have been doing all
the workj did it again.' -
BRADENTON, Fla., Feb.' 24.
(AP) Jim Undsey, -bg right
handed plteher' whose relief work
last year, saved numerous games
for the Cardinals, reached camp
today, leaving.. Syl- Johnson .the
only pitcher absent or unac
counted for. - j
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- Jeson: Lee If. E. church and
Gate high school will play bas
ketban nt- the ,Y. M. C. A-,, here
at .8: 16 o'clock Saturday night.
Junior High Hoopers Suffer
; General flu Attack;
Future in Doubt
Tonight Parrish ' - Junior : nigh
will play.Rlckreali ati.tbe junior
mgn gymnasium.-v- c.
. Tonight's gxCme Is not a league
game as Rlckreall la . In ' Polk
county. However. Hlckreall Is still
in the running tor . the champion
ship "of Polk - county ;! and." the
game - tonight will give! I com
parisen . between the teams ' of
both counties. .';-..
v Parrish. and Gervals are leading
in , the northern division of the
Marion county. B league Jaeh
Has won six games in the league
and . lost none. ? Friday Gervals
will come here for a - game . and
Monday . Parrish wll ' go there. In
case of a split In the series, the
third game will be played on a
neutral floor. . Tun . winner , will
plar ff with the- winner ef the
southern r. division - and ret a
chance at . tfie Chemawa A team
for tb county. title.
At present Parrish is auriering
from general attack of flu. W1&-
termute. Hobbs, - and Kicholson
were : all abseat ! from ,. practice
Tuesday and Ellis was not feeling
verr : eU -Last , . season . tb
I mumps hit coach Brown's, team
about tms time and weakened it
tor the playoff games In the dis
trict 4 It the player, do.; pot , re-
cover immediately,, it ; looks-, as
though..' parrisa win snixer a like,
fate again, this season, - . .
TO MEET STATERS .
The local Y. M. a A.-teAm will
lay the: Oregon State college fac
ulty volleyball team In Salem-J'Y"
big ,gym,; Thursday night at . t
o'clock. ,B- - ;. ;
:ai . CleM"
111 '1'1 Z'-"
.- rua w
- , . . .
In this furiosi of
and cracked Hps,
above all Insist .,
n a efser free,
of the f pit c'rwu
f tflSl Amrieaa Clfar C,'
Red and Black Hit by Flu'
Epidemic With Fishermen
Due Btere on Friday ISl
After, marching "a t r a i gli t
through 15 basketball games with,
high school and no registeriifg
single defeat;.' the Salem high bas
ketball' squad' has' auddeniy- been
hit by .en epidemic influenza. !
Only two ot the first eight were
Out for practice Tuesday highf.
Sachtler. Qraber and West '.weals
home in bed, and Slegmund J Bone
knd Sanford did -not j feeC like
pracUcini. : ;cach THolIy'V jaiinU
ingtOH -complained; that he jaM
had a alight touch of lt.C,
It la particularly. distressing; it
this Juncture as the Astoria lilgjh
team is coming here Friday nlkH
for a game. ThU is' the last bird
high school -game on the docket,
before ' the tournament - and the
red and black wishes tto keep a
clean alate. The best that can. be
hoped for is that the players will
be able to" play even though they J
wiu nor; reel like doing their best.
Tne. School for the beat Quin
tet is receiving the final touches
In preparation for the laame-here
Saturday night against the California-
School for the Deaf, jpr-- U
Tuesday night the entire pras
t4ce period tra iiven- bTex to of
fensive drill end - passing. ..The
local team is now in good condi
tion and will be tuned up to the
minute .to meet .the . oys .from
the sunny state. -The '.California
souad Will . arrive here on the
train- Saturday morning and rest
for the game -that, night, v Last
season the' Oregon team went to
STIITES ffl MEET
Health CommJeeJoiiwr, Dpartrnwrit of PiiMIg !faftfw
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la 8ucn ethoa.
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Zf It were with any other team
Lit uwould. not be so serious, but
the Fishermen go all the time.
They do hot give their opponents
a minute to rest during an entire
game. There will be no chance to
drift along and lake it easy when
the Astoria- fire gets in action.
The B -team is also hit with the
same; sickness so there will be no
relief la that direction. The play
ers are now taking care of them
selves and every' effort is being
made . to Jiaye them in shape for
Friday. - - - . . - v . . s
i The only other game on the
schedule at present is against Sil
TCTton high March' 6. A game
will probably be scheduled against
Willamette " freshmen or some
other. .tough team in preparation
for the state-tournament. The
Willamette yearlings 'have a
strong, team ..now. witbr Kloostra
and Kaiser being added from the
varsity squad. - - - .
California, ' but were tired from
-the . long., ride on the bus. ' '
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L$ad Jn Moist
i '-Florida Event
- CEDAR- HILLS GOLF . CLUB;
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb, 24. :
(API ; Whiffy Cox.-blustering
boy from Brooklyn, picked them h
up out ' of - the bog to lead the
field -of finishers at the first 18
iole of - the - Florida open -r golf
tournament here today, it r '
? Whiffy - played - the - w a t e r
logged course in 36-35 71, one
tinder perfect -. figures, m stroke
ahead of his playing ' mate,
George Christ, Rochester, . who
. . m erWew uva -
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Monmouth High Sans aid of
Star Center, Defeated
by 35 to 23 Score .'
i Willamettemnlversity freshman
hoopers Tuesday night on their
own floor accomplished what no
hlgn school. team has been able to
do .this season beat Monmouth
high. The soore was 35 to 23.
J Monmouth was lacking its star
cerfter, which- was a- severe handi
cap. Jt was not Monmouth's first
defeat, as the team had lost to
a quintet listed as the Oregon
Normal, .reserves but, including
some of the Normal's regulars. ,
1 Burdette was scoring ace for the
freshmen . with 15 points,' Hock
em a of Monmouth running him a
close second with 13. - :
' "Summary: - .
" Freshmen '" .." .. , Monmouth -Messenger
10 .. .F...13 Hockema
Griffith . i . . . .F. . , ... . .5 Goode
Burdette 15 .". . ,C. .".T;Y.Beckley
Keiser 4 ...... ,G. .... .2 White
Erickson .. . . . . .G, . . ..3 Johnson
MIS PICKED FOB
Four teams will compete for the
Polkf county basketball champion
ship In a double elimination, tour
nament to be held at Independence
March. 6 and-7.. :.
Monmouth high- and Dallas
high are the A teams to enter and
Rlckreall. and- Bethel are - the B
teams to -participate. The winner
of Polk county' will then continue
in the race for district champion
e cno of 56 hbcfl !r of Hcicf j
from 56 diffqront.-pQlnts
Dwry smoker, cveryiirife wlioso
hnelMiid eaaoltee cigre, ebcmltf renl Dr.
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: YOU MAY X7ELL ASICTHIS
QUESTION TfTIEN 56. niPdRTANT
1TEALTII OFFICIALS HAVE XTitaTTEN
SO STRONGLY "AGAINST THE EVILS
- OF SPIT OR SPIT-TIPPING. V
- Dr. Maesleman writes i ' yf Your
afrertieement warn against the danger
to health In ?rje pit-tippirj3' lacthod of
TlioWc'rccclnst spit Isacmsado of
docency. Join ikLSmcko Ccrtlilc d
C r O m 6 " ky. roa I ly rvb n d o r f u I
smoho mild mellow hut
cvootl Cvory loaf ontorino tfio
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cloanA sunny Crcmo factorfes w
- eclontincclly trcctcd by rnothodd
rocpmmondod by tfio UhitotJ
C? etc 3 Ocporf t7ic'nti?f Asrlcutiu'rc-
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ship and the right to enter the.
Monmouth Is favored to win the.
Polk -county tournament having
won 15 . high school games ,and
dropped- none. Dallas has already
been defeated by Monmouth twice,
but has been improving lately.
The B teams are strong, but .not
considered as serious rivals for
the championship. . " ' "
District .number seven includes -Polk,
Marion, -Clackamas and
Multnomah (except' Portland)
counties. Greshatn appears to have - -the
-edge: In Multnomah .county.
Molalla ts making a strong bid for
Clackamas county. Chemawa- is
now out in the 'lead - In Marlon
county and Monmouth Is the. fear- .
ed team in Polk county. .March
12 and 13 the district tournament
will be held at Willamette unlrer- .
sity to determine, the entrant la '
the state tournament. . . -
The first year girls proved too
fast for the Juniors in thesfirst of
the series of girls lnterclass bas-
ketball games played late yester
day afternoon in the high school
auditorium. - The- sophomores
won 21 te f. - :---. ... ,,v -'
Playing- fpr- the ' sophomores
and -points -scored 'were: Rachel '
Tocom (J) , Jvonla Burtls ( 12),
captain, forwards; LH Una Potter,
jumping center; - Mabel Leas, side
center; 'Bather Wirt - and Nora
Iens guards; Cathryn Eaten and '
Violet Lydegraf , substitutes. :
Junior basketeers are: Charity
Watson (2) and Lillie Barch (4),
forwards; Martha Warren, Jump- ;
ing center; Rachel Gardner, side
center; "Anoka Coates and Vivian
Lanktree, guards; . and EUeen
Moore, substitute. -
Officials were: Mrs. Helen Ed
muodaon, umpire; Mrs. Vivian .
Bartholomew, - line umpire; and'
Mrs. Grace Wolgaraott,. scorer.
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the friends of 'Spit9?'?
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