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MonniGwlh-' hind Mot
Indians Mosed. out iii ' Hard
- Battle, Score 23-21;
Monmouth and If olalla '' high
school baketball teams -will meet
la the district No. 7 finals here
tonight, having "won theopentng
games of the district tournament
on the Willamette university
floor Thursday -night. Mon
mouth defeated the! Chemawa
. 'Indiana 23 -to- 21 in-a- hard
foucht battle. Molalla had an
-easier time winning from Uiesh-
am 26 to 1. Tonight's winner
.will represent the district In the
state tournament. i
' Spectacular one handed ' shots
; cared the day ror aionmouta in
the last period after the Indians
had held a two point lead at the
opening of the period. " Santea
wxm Monmouth's - scoring - ace
-with ten points though all of his
. team mates helped out at ertti-
, cal moments. I
Chemawa had made a spectac
Volar rally In .the third periods to
come from behind, . v ivette , ana
. Hatfield dividing scoring honors
with four field goals each. Pre
-throws i decided the game: In
Monmouth's favor as the teams
were even on field goals- j.
. Report - has It ' that the Mon-
" month boys have been practicing
one handed shots all year and
their performance bore out the
report, - The Indians - played t a
-faster ame in - midcourt but
. Monmouth kept them from get
ting1 la close. "I During the In-
Sdlans' ' third ! period rally three
Z pretty ; field goals jwere made in
rapid succession t from back of
the four llaet :
' MoUlla Speedy '. (; '-VI'-Bet
Misses Hoop j '.- .
i MolaDa's J s superiority r over
Gresham was even i more-, pro
nounced than the' score indicat--
ed. : the Clackamas county boys
-working the. ball in for repeated
chances that were missed In the
first, half which ended 8 to 5 in
'.- their favor. : - -; - .
. In the second half Cord ill,
' Eberhard ? and Slyter began . to
- click for Molalla and soon ran
. up a good -margin. Though these
three did most of the scoring,
.Hlbbard was Molalla's actual
star on offense, repeatedly mak
ing plays that gave his team
- mates opportunities for shots. ; j
Molalla uses a set play system
which Coach Ilartung has drilled
Into his men until they have It
letter perfect,- and "Rlbbard is
the fulcrum for nearly all ot the
plays that carry the ball Into
coring position.' For a high
school player, he has a remarks
tble ability to sense scoring: op
portunities, I and unlike most
layers with this ability., he does
sot carry them out too fast for
' his team mates to fit In.
The outcome of tonight's dis
trict, championship game Is much
in doubt. On. the basis of
' Thursday night's showing, Mon
zaouth has the edge because of
its accurate shooting but if Mo
lalla combines better accuracy
" with the team play it exhibited
1 Thursday night It may win. Mo
lalla Is handicapped by the loss
of its center due to an Injury. '
, Gresham showed a lot of spiri
la. the second half but - was too
far behind when it got going, to
make much t of . a threat. -.The
outstanding j thing about the
Gresham players -was their un-
usual though effective style of
shooting. R. - Rutherford ' was
Gresham' leading scorer.
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FOR several seasons, the so
called lively ball has given
baseball's batters .-a decided
edge on1 the pitchers, an ever-in-creasinz
avalanche ef home runs
and other forma ef sluggery all
, but burying re any of the game's
.finer points. While manufacturers
and - most ef the magnates, denied
there was any "rabbit" in the
balls that seemed to turn bats into
cannons, the National League de
cided, at its Winter meeting: to
deaden the 1931 ball to the extent
of increasing; the thickness of its
horschide covering; (by ten one
thousandths, of an inch!) "and
stitching the seams In ridges as in
days . ox yore.: The American
League will not change the thick
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henslald 3.426.25 eggs during
1930,' ah average of 159.5 eggs
per bird. . - .
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made to tk Ioiaraae Coaiiniuiooer (
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Aaopat of capital atock paid ap. 'oaa.
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Dta.oivrj rtaiani aiwrner lor !
lartuaaca Commita.oBer t Cresea,
Balance . pf Boivsr?
By HARDIN DUIUNXEY
ness ef the cover, but It too will
have, ridge-stitched balls, which de
tail is i supposed to benefit the
pitcher by improving bis grip and
allowing him to put more twist on
the sphere.'. j ;
H is. difficult for many critics to
see how these changes will deaden
the ball much, but many players
think the ridges and thicker hide
will help even "the balance ef
power.'? ; j; ' ,v
Especially- optimistic are. such
veterans' as John Picus Quinn, who
will start . his twenty-ninth con
secutive year as leaguer this year,
and Wiley Moore, npw of the
Braves; and even Howard Ehmke
is hopeful that the new ball has
bagged "the rabbit" enough bo he
can come back iln 1931. .Of,
Dallas Loses in
Of Season to Monmouth; 11 j
Of 24 Games Won in Year
DALLAS. March 12 Dallas
high closed its basketball season
Monday when It was defeated by
Monmouth 4n the county- cham
pionship game. : This game was
the fifth played this year between
Dallas and Monmouth ' with the
Monmouth team taking four. Dal
las high gave Monmouth her only
defeat of the season last Friday
at the tournament .when Dallas
scored a 29 to 2$ 'victory.
Dallas won ' 11 games out of
24 high school games played for
a season percentage- of . 4 S 8 . Dal
las only scored 407 points to her
opponents 430. This record is
not so good when compared with
last .year's team, but Is exception
ally good considering: circum
stances. Dallas had three letter-
men back and. also had a new
coach with an entirely new style
of play. The local fans are not
downhearted at the showing made
and predict that the team next
year will regain the lost-county
championship- if not go as far as
the state tournament.' - " '
, Last year Dallas had a percent
age of .741 with 20 wins out of
27 games- Dallas'! outscoreoV her
opponents, last -year .423 to .492.'
STILL HOLDS EDGE
Even f though . the Fruitland
church basketball team . doesn't
figure In the Church league cham
pionship this time and is a bid
der for second place only. . the
players feel as ' amply repaid for
their . season's work : as though
they had the flag In their grasp -
and there'a a reason. -. ' X
- For three years there has been
rivalry between Fruitland and the
Presbyterians, and for the third
successive time - Fruitland has
come out ahead in this private
war. . - 'i- - . . - ? ... ' r - ;- :
Two years ago Fruitland de
feated the Presbyterian by four
points after trailing most of the
second half. That defeat cost the
Presbyterians the championship.
Last year Fruitland won .by one
point and later came through, to
win the championship. ' Tuesday
night the out-of-town entry put
up its best battle of the year ana
emerged, with a two-point victory
which leaves It In the running for
second place. . .
1) V1L&&IL - U.U U
course, such an ancient as Quinn'
will : serve chiefly as a ' relief
'pitcher with the Brooklyn Robins.
Ed Rommel, ' Eppa Jeptha Rixey
and other mound veterans are also
banking on those new seamed grips
to improve their slants. Even
"Daxzy" Vance, still a star, thinks
the rough seams and hair-line
thicker hide will give the pitcher
a better break. .
- If most ef those vets do; fairly
well, the new ball will be given,
much credit. However, this Sport
Bug fears that most of those re
nowned but thoroughly aged soup- -bones
could not be sufficiently re
juvensted, even though baseballs
were deadened by soaking them in
Ponce de Leon's Fountain . ef
Ofgrricbt. lttt. KJa roatana aradieate. r. ,
Last Mix j
The lettermen, held over from the
1930 SQuad were Webb, LeFors
and ; Moser. " .
- Fight men earned their letters
In basketball . this year and will
receive them a little later. These
placers are Webb, Moser, LeFors,
Forrette, Frack. Lewis, Minnich
and ! Cadle. Out of this ; group
Webb, Moser and Forrette will
graduate this. year. ' t '
; The list of Dallas games isi.
i Dallaa it, Springfield 11. t ;
-Dallas 18, RIckreall 12. T
Dallas 10, -Perrydale 14, - -
Dallas 15, Bllverton 29. K r
f Dallas 15, Forest 5rove 22J
: 'Dallas 15. Estacada 17. fi i ;
1 Dallas 20; Roosevelt 34. i - I
!' Dallas It, Forest Grove 22. I
; Dallas 1$, MeMInnvIlle M.,',
f Dallas 22, Perrydale 9. I ,
Dallas 15, Amity 18. U
I .Dallaa 11, Molalla 23.
i Dallas 13, Bllverton 15. -4
DaKaa 18, RIckreall 4. -i
Dallas 18, Independence 10, ;
f Dallas 22, Molalla 11.
Dallas 7, Monmouth 27. . '
. Dallas 20, Independence 6.
I Dallas 23, Amity 17. -
Dallas 19, Monmouth 20.
Dallas 17,- Bethel 11. i !
H Dallas 29, Monmouth 28. If i
n Dallas 10, Monmouth 20. i
' Dallas 13, Monmouth 24. L
DEAF PUBS IN 1
I The School for the Deaf bas
ketball team nosed oat the Evan
gelical church team 15 to 13 : In
a hard fought game at the state
school Thursday night. i I
' The gam was hotly contested
throughout, and close, checking
featured the tIlt.ThT Evangeli
cals were larger and hid the tip
off, but close guarding of Adams
and Huitt turned their scoring
power. - Barqutet was the - high
scorer of the game with 12 points
making all but one tally for .the
church slayers.- Crawford led the
deaf boya In - scoring -with f 10
points. . ' -.. ' - . -, ;
. Lineups: : - - : t.:.'.-lr-O.
8 Deaf .' : v j. Evangelicals
Crawford, 40. T..t2, BarQuist
Coffin "r--i-F...- Bewley
Wood. 6 C..-. .1, Each
Hunt v----.o....: Maves
Adama ? .r...,l.G...' Remington
Fest '.. S- Cultter
Calif orniaris : In Semi , Final
Round at A. A. U. Meet;
! Wichita Still in -)
KANSAS CITY. March 12.
AP) The Wichita, Kas., Hen
rys. 1930 national A.- A.U. bas
ketball champions, - entered the
semi-finals of the 1931. tourna
ment play here tonight, and will
contend further for honors with
two teams from California, and
another from Missouri,- tomor
row night. The. Henrys, defeated
Bethany college, Llndsborg, Kas.;
J4 to i;. , ,
; KANSAS CITY. March 12.
(AP) Two California , teams,
the . Los Angeles Athletic club,
and -the -Young Men's institute
of San Francisco, jumped to the
semi-final round ot the A. A. 17.
national basketball tour-hament
with fourth round victories here
tonight. . f v
Los Angelea was hard pressed
for a time in .disposing of the
east central Oklahoma teachers
of Ada, third place . winner In
the tournament last - year, the
final score being 43 to 30. ;
Y. IK vl. matched with the
Kansas City Athletic club in the
lower bracket semi-finals tomor
row night, eliminated the Big 4
A. A. of Cincinnati tonight 28
to 21. The local club was vic
torious over . Lower and Campbell,-
St. Lpuia, 2 5 to 2 1 '
W A. A C. led. all the wsy In
Its struggle with the Ada teach
ers and ' held the advantage 21
to 14 at half time. . Earlier In
the game.' however, the Okla
homans trailed 10 to 11. '
Although the margin of vic
tory was decisive. Log Angeles
was compelled to show offensive
power which .has been latent in
the easily won. early games. v
In Hot Race
The nip and tuck race for first
place in Commercial bowling
leagne waa ended temporarily
last night when Fleener Electric's
five won three close games from
Pacific Telephone - pinmen to
break their tie for the top rung.
Elka Cubs mix with the 'new
Smoke Shop outfit resulted in a
tie at one-all and one tied canto.
Fleener s totalled nearly' 100
pins more, than Telephone there
by, winning team series honors.
The last game between the two
ended 915 to- 911 for the electri
cians. Karr rolled high game for
Fleeners with 234 and series with'
581. McMullen, phoneman, was
not far behind, with two 200
games and a 570 series.
With "flu" and colda still
!visltlng' with several of the pin
pushers, Chevrolet Cubs and Sa
lem Sanitary Milk - company's
quints could not play. Smoke
Shop made fts debut last night,
taking the place of Commercial
Auto Body shop.
.- n nemo TBixraovB
Mettallea 16 200 20 1 S70
Craoa 154 158 311 x 829
Whit , . 184 148 163 45
Collin , ...188 178 189 810
Yaraell . 188 ,181 . 187 810
Toiala i.8a7 . 8483 811 2584
j xnLEzirzm sxjBcrmxo co. '
Rickett 208 148 187 868
CUne Br. , .168 147 811 814
Tnwr IOA 1U av-. mnm
Taylor . , , , ,147 100- ISO 807
arr .187 284 ISO 881
894 878 915 8682
ElllaU IBS 184"
Vaa Pattoa 208 18
IaTi4aoa - laa 104
GaarioUoa 155 1SS
Baiact 158 ' 144
.862 788 818 US466
Biteb! 140 181; 1T7 48
ABBabell 180 159 167 ' SOS
Q. Hall -. , .,125 187. 118 4SO
Alliion 179 ". 171 r 189 479
i. Hillar 184 138 149 471
.80S 788 740 ' 8414
TO CLASH By WIRE
"Bowl with a telegraph outfit?
Aw,quit yer kiddln'l"
Well, it's the same thing as a
telegraphie trapshoot. And that's
what a group of local telephone
company, bpwlers are going to
take part in here next Monday
night. - Klamath -Falls. Eugene,
CorvalHs. Portland and Salem ten
pin alleys will be connected to
gether by direct telegraph for the
annual telephone men's "wire"
pin matches. V
There will be five-man team
matches, doubles and singles con
tests. Every score. Just as soon
as It Is bowled, will be sent by a
telegraph operator at the Winter
Garden to the other four cities;
atfd likewise the other scores will
be received, here, and recorded on
big scoreboards. -.
Interest In these matches is ex
pected to be considerable and
doubtless the galleries at Win
ter Garden will be filled with
spectators to see the local Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph pinpush
ers scatter the pins.
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Eskimos Clim b
.To League Top
: PORTLAND, Ore., March 12.
(AP) The f Seattle Eskimos
climbed to the top of the Pacific
coast hockey league here tonight
by defeating ..Portland.- 3 to 1,
The defeat meant Portland's def
inite elimination from the league
Portland Stiuad Best Since
1922 Says :
uow about this fellow King ,
Tut, who had his appendix oat .
at ' the Mayo ' clinic the other
.day to prove he didn't dive in
. the tank at Madison - Square
Gardci ia, he the same King .,
Tut who used to sing the Mum-'
"my. m&? '
' Harry Plant- can - now claim
some kind of record he lost two
world champions In - as many
Too badr i missing , a . train
-Isn't In the same class with
foul, or the Wildcat would be
a champion how. '
Fact is Plant came near losing
another . wrestler, for' a I fellow
named Harry Jones -was arrested
here and there was some suspi
cion that his real name was Hen
ry something. That's getting
dose. . I . ! ;;t,'-( -.
- We've seen a lot- of basket
.ball but we never say any
, team use m system of sltooting
'like that uncorked by Gresham
ia' . the district . tournament
. Tiiursday - night. Their shots
reminded us of marble shoot
ing somehow, .but they made
enough . of them to show that'
. the. style would . work,- even if
they did loee. . . .
1 Rein Jackson.' who. used to ca
vort on, the maple .floor for Wil
lamette, a little over a decade
ago. Is one of the officials for
this tournament, and will be an
official at the state tourney.' He
seems td know how to call them,
and a factor that will be appre
ciated by the crowds is that his
voice can be heard, even if there
is a moderate amount of chatter
going on In the stands. Jackson
played - center I for the - Bearcats
when they were playing the state
schools on even terms and win
ning a good share of the time,
Just before and, after the war.; .
Coach "Holly" Huntington will
bncemore take the helm of the
Salem high baseball - tea'm -. and
guide, the local sluggers through
the 1931 season., , -
"Holly" has i not coached the
local diamond 'performers since
three yeara ago, but in his five
year's with the team, has lost
only three games. Coach, Hunt
ington stated that he was so busy
with basketball at present that he
had hardly made a survey of his
baseball material, but would dust
off the old tip as soon after the
state basketball tournsment as
weather permitted. .
McCaffery, catcher; Van Cleave
and Jack Bowdln, pitchers; Kit
chen, second; Foreman, short;
and Garbarino, third; were some
of the lettermen he called to
mind. First base will have to be
filled by a new man this season.
At least -1 2 games -will ; be
played this spring and - propaby
several ' more. Huntington ar
ranged the following county base
ball schedule. Wednesday night at
the county meeting. . ' ' - r
April 2. Woodburn at Saem.
April 10. Silverton at SHverton.
April 24 Chemawa at Chema-
-. Mayl.' Silverton at Salem." --May
IS. Chemawa at Salem.
- May - 22. Woodburn v at Wood
burn. - ..j ;;-" . ' -1.,--.
In addition to the county game's
will be the annual .game with Al
bany. Eugene, t CorvalHs, ' the
Rooks and the Frosh. Mlolly has
broken, even, with the Rooks and
the Froth In the past on the dia
mond and is anticipating the re
sumption of hostilities with the
etat$ school babaeC
Anderson Talked ;r
For State Game
, In case there are to - bs any
changes, in the personnel of the
state game commission. Marion
count members r of the : state
game protective association .will
urge the - appointment, ot Waldo
Anderson of Albany. Anderson
was said to hare received the In
dorsement of every game organi
sation in Marlon county. ,
Anderson is a former minister
and has been retired' from aetlre
life - for sometime. , He owns a
large ranch in Linn county. - -
Loughrah Gets ;
Another Shot; r :
. NEW YORK. March 12 (AP)
Tommy Loughran,.a bit sear
red and . ageing but still full of
fight and ambition, will get an
other chance tomorrow night: to
vault back into the front ranks of
the heavyweight contenders. Ha
will battle-Ernie Schaaf the bar
rel chested . Bostonian,. for ten
rounds in - Madison Square "Gar
den. . . ,. . -
" A ' declslre victory will, boost
Tommy; again Into the center of
the Sharkeys; Stribllngs, Schm cl
ings and Cameras
gh Popping Off
SAN JOSE, CaL, March It,
(AP) Characterizing the pres
ent Portland squad as "the best
since 1922," President. Tom .Tur
ner of the Beavers has remained
otherwise silent since he first saw
the club in action here last Sun
day. ? ' -
"I'm through' popping off,"
Turner said today. "Whatever the
club will do will be up to Mana
ger Spencer Abbott. He'll run the
hall club.", .
Turner's attitude dovetails with
the -new pilot's in every detail.
Abbott made It very plain imme
diately on his arrival here that he
would. run the club, without any
Although he has kept ' himself
in the background, .Turner has
made several statements about the
club, all of which carry an opti
mistic note. ' .'
"We should be in the first di
vision," he admitted. "I'm satis
fied with the outfield, infield and
catching departments. Whatever
we do this year will be strictly up
io the pitchers.": r
ff- The Beavers have a staff of 12
pitchers now. Most ot them are
veterans from last year. Heading
the list are Junk Walters, Oasie
Orwoll and Walter Malls. Oth
ers include Bill Posed el, Joe Bow
man, Curt Fullerton, Andy House,
Ray Keating, Bert Lahtl, Mike So
lonieeff and Verlle Alexander. A
promising local hurler, Wayne Os
borne, has- signed on the dotted
line; while Dick Donelly, former
ly ef Buffalo, has been offered a
i The Beavers went through ' a
hard practice'session today. -Rain
kept them Indoors yesterday.
Walter Mails, on leave while
coaching the University of Santa
Clara squad, showed up for the
first time today.
Junk Walters' sore arm still is
bothering him and he will be sent
to Los Angeles next . week for
treatment.- He will remain there
until the Coast league flag race
opens In April.
to u liiei
Tonight the Salem high wres
tling team will go Into action lo
cally for the first time with the
Tillamook wrestling team billed
to appear' at the high school at
7:30. tonight. -
The local matmen nave added a
lot of speed and wrestling tech
nique since meeting the Cheese
makers in Tillamook recently. The
lads from the coast are well
schooled in the game, having as
their coach ; Chester Newton of
Olympic1 fame. In 1924 Newton
and Robin Reed, both from O. S.
C. at the time, represented the
United States In the Olympic
games and won first and second
places. , Reed .was the only, tone
who was able to down Newton.
Coach Pbllpott has been work
ing the locals" hard and. believes
that a good showing will be made;
Several special bouts are being7
arranged in addition to the seven
or eight which will be Included on
the regular schedule. The admis
sion price will be adults 25 cents
and students 15 cents. , (
'.. Those who will, probably' repre
sent Salem are: . Osland in the
100-pound claes. Toshokot ln.'tbe
118-pound class, Skewls or Fer
ris In the 125-pound class, Ander-
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Oval Plan; Kiwanians
Offer $100 Cash
1 With preparations for spring
sports under way in Salem, Wil-,
lamette university and Salem
high are working together to .fig
ure out some plan to install a
cinder tract to be ueed Jointly
by the. two schools.'
Coach Gllmore of Salem high .
and Coach "Les", Sparks of Wil
lamette, track coaches- of the re
spectlve schools, are both of the
opinion bat it would be much 1
wiser to cooperate and build one
flrsti class track than to ; each
have a mediocre ovaL Coach Gll
more is anxious to Join with Wil
lamette and work for a track on
Sweetland . field, but ' states that
If it can not be obtained this sea
son, that the high school, will
plan to build Its own course on
Olinger field next year. -
A large number of Salem peo
ple are Interested . in seeing the
Cherry City hare a first class -track
and. holding its own In the
spring sport. Salem used to be a -good
, track : town and is now po-' -tentially
one of the, best In the '
Talley. I . i...- ,
-Salem - would make; an ideal
place for a district track meetbe
cause of the central location and
the -large number of. local, folks
who' would j be Interested. How-i :
ever this is not to be thought of "
with -the present facilities J
- More Jobs to be Provided.
.The Klwanis club has noted the ,
local. Interest in building a cin
der track and has got- behind the . 1
movement to the extent of offer--ing
$100 "toward labor on the 1
track providing this be matched'
by. a; like amount and the work
given to the local Unemployed. .
The workmen" for the Job would 1
be named by the local Associated
Charities. Further funds would
be required to pay for the trans
portation of the cinders from
Portland where it Is said that
they are available. However at -the
present time It 4 believed
that the track could he installed ,
with a minimum expense.
Nearly 0 men have turned -
out for track at Salem high and
a fair sized turnout is In evidence
at r Willamette. - This number
would be greatly increased If a 1
good track were available. In ad-.
ditlon to these schools Is Parrish
Junior high ' whiqh might also
benefit, from the course. Another
organization which . already puts
a track team in the- field Is the
Salem T. M. C. A. Last spring the
"Y" track team set up an envi
able record and has a larcrer
number working Out now. The
"Y" - team will engage track
teams from small colleges In the
vicinity and expects to" have a
number of meets, according to
Bob Boardman. physical director.
The Klwanis club has led the
way with the Initial fund offer
ed and if It -can be matched and
a little more raised elsewhere, .
Salem can have a track on which
good representative teams can be
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by J. 8- Holmes, North Carolina
state forester, to acquire land and
plant trees. ' ! i
son In the 345, Miltonberger In
the 155, Don Sugai In the ice.
and Peters In the 165. Art Su
gai may wrestle in the 145-pound
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