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The OREGON CTATESMAN. Salcra. ; Oregon, Thnrsday Morning, March 19, 1931
TALL BOYS AID
Score 33 to 28, Outcome is
In Doubt up to Final ;
; Minute; big Crowd
Twenty firs hundred fans set
tled ' thcmielTe comfortably in
the 'Willamette - jrymnasiam. to
witness the 1 opent&c same be
tween Jefferson lush and Aster
la. "Wednesday afternoon at 1:30
bat west wild -when the count
knotted at 26 all with four toIbv-
ntes to play and Jefferson sport
ed to win J. to 28. !
Approximately SO more lans
saw the opening: gam than were
present at the Eugene-Redmond
game which opened tne is aw
tournament. J. It. Gary, secre
tary of the state high schoo
athletic association, made a few
remarks concerning the spectat
ors sportsmanship, the Indlrid
ual players who started the game
were introduced, and the game
was on. : ' ! - 1 - '
The Astoria race horses : hare
lost none ef last year's cham
pionship speed, eren though all
but one of the 1930 squad failed
to return. Jefferson had the tip-
off, but Arerlll and Bergstrom
. soon sank foTs to pat the Fish
ermen In a four point lead. Fol
en drewone point for the Dem
ocrats with a foul shot and Clan
sen dropped the first field goal
, for the Portland quintet. -i
Astoria Leading '
Moist of 2 Periods
Astoria led 7-6 at the "close of
the. first quarter, and stietchel
the lead to 13-8 In the second
qjarter, at which tame Jefferson
called time but and came out of
the huddle! with . tip-off . plays
which, crossed jup the Fisher
men s man to man defense by
sending Brown, speedy guard.
down - under the Astoria basket
where he scored twice. Folen
brought Jefferson a 15-13 lead
with a goal and foul shot and
from then on Astoria never led
althongh the score was tied once,
The half ended 26-18 for Jef
ferson and the third quarter fin
ished with the . Democrats hold
ing only a one point. margin at
23-22. Wakela knotted the
count at 21 all with four min
utes to go I after two Astoria
men had failed to do so on foul
shots. ; Clausen then dropped - a
counleol shots and a semi-stall
opened the way for more-, scoring
as the final time drew near. Or-
iwick sank a goal from the foul
circle . just. ! as . the final gun
sounded. Jefferson also used a
man to man defense. ,
. Lineups and seorine:
Jefferson S3) FG FT PF
Clausen, F , .3 2 3
Hergert, T ...... . 2 4 3
Folen,C .......... 2 4 3
Penn. O .......... 3 0 0
Brown. G . 4 . 0 1
Sjolander .......... 11 0
13 7 10
Astoria (28) f
Palmberg, F L ..... . 4 1 0
Bergstrom, F ...... 1 - 0 2
arerlll. C .......... 2 0 4
Eankich, G-' . ....... 0 ; 2 . 2
Wakela, G 3 1 2
Orwlck, S .. 2 0 1
. .j " 12 . 4 n
Referee, Coleman; umpire,
French." . M -
III M AT DALLAS
DALLAS, March 18. Webb's.
Mlgets made it two straight wins
oyer LeFors' Giants here yester-.
day when they scored a 40-to-24
Ictory. .The first game between
these teams ended 30 to 29 for
the Midgets after two. overtime
periods had been played.
The Midgets are composed of
fire seniors who organized a team
and challenged any other team in
acheoL .-., v -;
r. Go Friday. Saturday,
, Ttetara . Tnesday
Some Examples -
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184 . liberty TeL 80
13th ft Oak TeL 41
and F biil
The coaches here with the
teams teem ! to broaden as they
shorten. Take Jack Bliss of Ash
land, .for example. Last year he
was the shortest and heaviest
mentor, but along comes Patchin
of Monmouth, who is shorter yet
and a bit broader in proportion.
At the other extreme la Gehr
ke of Jefferson, who la the tall
est and ' the slimmest. Inci
dentally, he has the tallest team
la the tonrasment, too.
Bill Phillips Is attending his
11th consecutive state tourna
ment and if he is - in Salem 11'
years from bow, he'll being seeing
his 2 2nd one then. Bill is another
old-Umer among the fans whoi re
calls : the state championship
games at the Salem armory be
fore the new Willamette gymna
sium was elected.
r Then some fans go back still
farther and t recall the original
tournament sponsored by Willam
ette In 1917, but which did not
then Include the entire state. Dr.
Kenneth Power declares he, was
present at the first tournament
which was In a time when Sllrer
ton was Salem high's biggest lo
cal riral.. In 1920 Mathews, coach
of . Willamette at that time,
changed the tournament, which
he had helped, - to start. Into a
: Two noticeable changes hare
come to light in the 1931 tour
Bamrnt. One is the new balcosv.
irs at the east and west ends
of the gym and the other is the
fair candy Tcpdora with the
Bearcat sweatshirts and "earn
ing" smiles. ; -
The Myrtle Point team reports
Three high school .basketball
lettermen play for the-Midgets.'
une of tnese was an-couniy cen
ter this year. The Midgets hare a
record of two wins and no defeats
so far: Their! next game will be
played . against McCann's Bench
warmers later, in the week.
The Giants also hare three bas
ketball lettermen on their squad
and two second string all-county
men. The Giants may play some
more but this Is doubtful, as the
agreement was two out of three
games and the Giants lost both
their games so far.
The Midgets took an early lead
and were ahead, 10 to 0, at the
first Quarter. The Giants started
scoring on a foal conrerslon in
the second quarter and closed the
gap some. The 'Midgets still led
at the half with a 14-to-7 score.
In the final half the game picked
up a bit but the Midgets always
had at least a fire-point lead.
Webb was high scorer with It
points, while his team-mate. Mor
rison, followed with 12. Minnich
led the Giants scoring with nine
Forrette 7 ... .F. ..... LeFors
Hayter . . . . T. , F. S Lewis
Webb 1 C ... 1 Pemberton-
Morrison 12 . . .G 5 Bollman
Moser S , .'.G .... ..9 Minnich
e : . : -
In Jig Time
SILVERTON, March 18 (Spe
cial) Henry ; Jones of "Proro,
Utah took two falls from Terrible
Terry' of Tacoma here tonight In
36 minutes wrestling time before
a good sized crowd at the ar
mory., .. ; !
Jones' first fall was gained in
24 minutes with a hammerlock,
but Terry had been baring the
best of . the . match up until that
time, punishing the Utah "man
with head locks most of the while.
Jones took the second fall in 10
minutes -with a straight arm and
body press. 'He proved to be a bit
too heady for his tough opponent.
Tommy Ryan of Corrallis and
Glen Stone of . Albany each took
a fall in a one hour special match.
Stone won his in the fourthdtrith
a double head lock and Ryan
took the other in the fifth' with
a body roll, making it a draw.
Clark Anderson and Rudy Shanks
of Silverton wrestled a prelimin
ary match which was won by An
derson. : The Sirrerton firemen
sponsored the eard. . c
In Close Game
" DALLAS, March 18. The Dal
las Junior- high bssketball team
added another victory to its rec
ord here yesterday by defeating
Rickreall Junior high ,20 to 18.
The game was tied 18 -all up to
the final minute of play when
Dallas scored to win the game.
The Dallas coach started his
second string In the game but
this team couldn't function at
all. Rickreall led at the end of
the first- quarts by -a 10 to I
score. The Dallas Junior high
regulars entered at the quarter
and brought the score up to 14
lo f tor Rickreall at half time.
In the last half the game
picked np and, became a, harder
fight. The score at the end of
the third quarter was tied 14 all.
-The starting lkseup for Dallas
was as follows: forwards. Ickes
and Plum n--- cecter. Vinton;
guards, Starbuck and Neuteld.
The' summary of the game is:
DaRas . 5 ; Rickreall
Petre F 7 Bihl
Jones 14 F. ..... , Rowell
Campbell.. ...,c.....l Crippen
Viers 4........G...... . Brown
Mar In . ...... .0. ... 10 Co Till e
Wledman t.v.S..,..i Schmidt
f A Berkeley, "Calif., woman has
120 rarleties of cactus in her prl
, rate collection. ' .
Scored here and there on state
' tournament players, coach-
Ses and spectators
that Coqullle and Marshfleld both
bought new suits to wear in the
state tournament. Coquilla and
Marshfleld tied for first place in
the sor. thwestern Oregon league
and in the district tournament
lost out to Myrtle Point, number
four in the. league. Myrtle Point
seems happy to be here and be-
lieTea that "clothei don't make
the man. f ( , i ..:
Talk abosit -ejasck starting
stopping la basketball
games, we hare but to refer to
Palmbers; of I Astoria, who in
the opening game stopped so
swddenly - oetce that hie foot
went oat through the side of
his shoe. Palmbers; Is the only
Fisherman hoopster who was
here lexS year, tmt the shoe
looked new, neTertheleea, and
nothing of that sort kind hap-,
pened last year.; .: t .-
Two Oregon coaches, One Ore
gon State coach and one Washing
ton State eoach hare led their
teams to the second round of the
state basketball tournament. Jack
Bliss with Ashland and i Howard
Hobson with Benson are the Rein-
hart men who hare surrired the
first round. George 8cott is out
numbered to to 1 by his U. of O.
rirals, but Is still an O. S. C. man
and going strong. ; Gehrke Is the
Washington State college Intru
sion and got away to a good start
with his team Wednesday. .
Coach-Roy S. "Spec" Keene is
a busy man, baring the manage
ment of the tournament as his
week-end duty He has a great
crew working with him this year
of Willamette student helpers, but
he Is the head mogul who must
meet the fire if hitches develop
in the plans. -
Upsets Rule :
In Games of
- Upsets ruled In City howling
league at Winter Garden Tues
day night with Capital Bedding
company overturning Elks Club.
Bake ! Rite besting Willamette
Valley Transfer and McKay Chev
rolet beating Winter Garden, all
in two out of three games. . '
Alii scores were higher than
usual tor the past month, with
Elks taking team ' series, count
with 2772 total pins. Individual
game by Victor. 235. Page. Chev
rolet : man. registered individual
series high of 414 and a 234
game. The bakers copped the
team game count with a 982. Kay
of the transfer chalked up a 403
series and Hall of Bake Rite
broke 400 even.- 1
Due to the fact that McKay's
and Bake Rite had not played
as many games as the higher
quints, their wins of last night
boosted their averages above all
others, at a tie of .600. All six
teams -are bunched in a narrow
band of 67, between .533 and
; CAFXT4X BEDDXVa CO.
lfn(OB , 1S .175 21S 886
Poalin , 180 233 225 " 697
Kile -187 160 146 471
Allison , , , iS 146 181 825
Uoht ; 225 150 170 545
Totals ., .. Sgg 863 835 3766
Hqimt ioo io lfta mutt
Pratt . .,173 159 168 499
V. Winder - 163 209 166 688
Elliott ltl70 tlO 576
Victor 180 235 184 599
.911 965 896 2773
BAKE KITS 2AKEB.-T
S. Stelnbock 75 157 218 .550
Eiienbrsot 1" 167 188 539
Shields . ., , 168 184 192 539
Coo 134 181 516
HU 203 194 208 600
.926 836 982 2744
WTLUUdXTTE VAIXET TBANSTEB
KT 201 191 211 603
E. Hemenwty 158 168 313 539
Boydttoa 203 189 184 576
VrBU . 177 ' 170 163 619
Sharkey 162 183 156 601
.901 901 927 2729
ShanUy 182 166 199 549
Tower , ii 172 117 ""42
RirketU i154 168 194 616
Allen 170 180 636
Pago , 235 191 188 614
.890 869 878 2637
WTJTTEK -6ARDEH 1
" 190 182 201
140 127' 11S
.185 181 194 660
.190 134 219 I S43
.153 213 186 551
-857 S37 918 2613
Is Brought in
By Road Worker
THE DALLES! Ore.. March I t
(AP) An unusual Indian relle
was brought toJ?The Dalles today
oy w. U'Bryan. steam shovel op
erator, en rarcwi in vMnnin, .
Oregon Trail highway east of
Tharsw, 9):SO A. M.
Pleasant Hill :
Thnrs., 8:80 P. M.
The Dalles ;
Thurs-, 10:80 P. MC
FrL, 8:80 A. MC
Thors 4:SO P. MC
Thars T:80 P. MC
FrL, 0:80 A. M.
Thnrs 8:SO p. MC
Monmouth Beaten 30 to 26;
Eastern Team Meets
Jefferson Next .
Baker high pushed Monmouth
off the championship bracket by
a 30 to 26 score and paved the
way for a game with Jefferson
high at 7:30 tonight, in the sec
ond game of the twelfth annual
state basketball tournament Wed
nesday afternoon. ;
The Eastern Oregon lads trail
ed -0 early in the game when
Santee, giant center, started drop
ping baskets for Monmouth. Then
the' team abandoned the' long
range tactics and moved its ar
tillery np closer to' the ' basket
with O'Nell shooting five field
goals In rapid order. The score
was tied at 4 and again at S, but
after that Baker always held a
lead, though a wobbly one in the
final minutes of play.
Santee Scores , ' .': ' " .' I
Hlglt Fr Iioeers ; 4
The half ended with ' Baker
lead in g 1 8-1 3 and with the re
sumption of play, the game took
on a livelier aspect. -Santee led
his team in scoring with , 13
points, but all the Monmouth lads
missed numerous shots. O'Neil
registered IS for Baker and did
some nice floor -checking. Bigly
played a consistent game at guard
for Baker, making good use of his
height. " ; ,! :
Monmouth kept lessenlag the
gap In ' the second ; half and
brought the count to 28-26 once.
but could not maintain the pace.
The crowd of 2500 for the open
ing game remained for the second
tilt and demonstrated equal en-,
thusiasm for. that ' game. : : Mon
mouth and Astoria, losers in Wed
nesday afternoon's games,1 will
meet in the opening consolation
game at 9:30 this morning.
Scoring and lineups:
Baker (80) FQ FT PF
O'Nell F...........9 0 0
Shealey F. .......... 3 0 1
Eddy C .7... ....... 1 0 2
McKIm G .1 11
Bigly & 0 1(2
ToUl ...... 14 "
Hockema F . .,
Good F .......
Santee 43 ......
. f . 4
Johnson G . . . . .
White G ......
ToUl ...........12 .24
Referee, French; umpire, Cole
Clamps Put Down
On Issuance of
Hereafter the state motor ve
hicle departmet will not recognize
requests for special1 license num
bers, according to announcement
made here Wednesday by Carl Ga
brielson, fat charge of the state
"The secretary of state expects
to abide by this ruling himself,"!
read a statement Issued by Ga
brlelson, "and will refuse all re
quests for such special numbers.
If requests coming from outside
individuals are denied, it Is vitally
Important that no concessions be
made by. any employe or asked
by any employe -within the depart
ment. . , - -
"I want this made sufficiently
plain to the employes so that they
will understand that no exceptions
will be permitted and that viola
tions of the regulation wilt result
in disciplinary measures."
As Bar Member;
B. F. Lindas, T ex-Portland at
torney, who was arrested on a
bad check charge while visiting
at the Oregon state penitentiary
here Tuesday, has resigned 'as a
member of the state bar, accord-
ing to announcement : made at
the state . supreme court. - "
Lanaas was recognisea oy i onx
Swennes, Portland detective, and
was taken , to Portland. He had
been sought for several months,
Swennes said. Lindas' resignation
was received by the supreme
court February 25 , and was; ac
cepted March 2
He had been under investiga
tion by the Multnomah county
bar association. : ' -
here. It is a stone "bar," SB In
ches long, one end of which is
carved into the likeness of a
snake's head and the other end
pointed as a chisel.
It will be sent to historians for
Identification. v ;.''"! h V
Thnrsk, 9:SC A. MC
FrL, 8:80 P. MC
Thurs., 8:S0 P. i
FrL, 8:SO A. MC .
FrL, 7jSO 1 MC V
FrL, 8:80 . ML
Onr neighbor calls it the State
TTf rhwav flmminlon which mSV
be alL right, but. didn't the same
newspaper say the recent enange
was a good one? ..- j.. ; ,
" 4Come in and we'll show
yoi where we keep the . state
deficit was Tom Kay's offer
to the high school, hoopeTS.'
' SwpC Cbariey Howard polled
ao-ae eld atthletic skeletons omt
4 tbe closet.' tadsMUns; Tom's,
i svt the Rotary luncheon for the
basketball men. .
Big men have the advantage.
If ther aren't too big to be slow.
That showed ' np prominently in
the Jefferson-Astoria game.' The
late lamented Ed Cardinal of
Willamette was about the ideal
basketball player .when stie is
considered; Just inside the . limit
beyond which Jnelght handicaps
What ' av .scramble In that
1 first game tod til 1 Jefferson
changed shirts. All the players
were we mean wore yellow,
. And the ' team that; had . to
change was handicapped con
sfclentbly evenavfter that, for
It's hard to overcome the habit
of throwing the ball to shirts'
of a certain color.
1 We never saw such a' his aft
ernoon crowd, : especially for the
first afternoon game. Looks . like
those new balconies will come into
nse in - a hurry. We suspect;, that
this year more out-of-town- fans
have moved in to spend : the en
tire four days.
HERE 11 EIGHT
Eight divorces, all but one of
which went by default, were
granted .on Tueeday by Circuit
Judge Gale S. Hill. The suit of
Dora Gilbralth vs. Fred J. Gil
bralth was brought to .trial but
was quickly disposed of, the
plaintiff appearing in person and
defendant by his attorney. Gil
bralth, manager of the Miles. Lin
en company, had. filed answer- to
her complaint. ,.
The divorces granted were:
John Keen Cloyd from Myrtle
L. Ctoyd. Cruel and inhuman
treatment charged. : -'Gertrude
C. Pitner from Clin
ton O. Pitney, whom she sought
release from as result of a fel
ony charge against him.
Verne I. Powels from Eulaiee
Powels, on charge of desertion.
They were married in Josephine
county In July, 1929. ..J;
A. L. Cole from lTraiiMi Ctitm.
on charge of cruel and Inhuman
ireaimenr. Tney were married in
Portland In 1925. . , . j
Melba Kamnh vs. Frank JTimnli
on charge of cruel and Inhuman
treatment. Plaintiff, was given
custody of their minor ehild.
They were married la iMcMinn-
viue in January, 1926.
-Gladys Shields from N. W.
Shields, to whom she wm nr-
rled in July, 1924. She was re
stored ner maiden name, Gladys
AngelL The charge was cruel and
Inhuman treatment. I
. Shirley Thorndike from J. L.
Thorndike, on charge of cruel
and inhuman treatment She Is
given custody mot their minor
child.. They have been married
almost nine years.
Dora Gilbralth from Fred J.
Gilbralth. They were married on
Thanksgiving dayf 1900, She
charged cruel and inhuman treat
ment. 2 New Groups of
In County Town
Two new Girl Reserve units
were started i in Marion county
yesterday when Mrs. Elizabeth
uaiianer met' wun the glrla of
the Aumsvllle school to assist in
organization. The groups. ' are
sponsored by the community club
there, and have a combined mem
bership of 35. The girll have stu
died .various girl movements for
several ' months and finally elect
ed to go into the Girl Reserve
membership. T '-. 'jv
Mrs. , Ruth Riches was chosen
advisor of the high school group.
officers for; which are: Virfle
Bradley, president;; Tissle Cupp,
vice-president; uons waning,
secretary; and . Eileen Drauner,
treasurer.-.' -t '
The grade school girls will have
as advisor Miss Grace Richards.
They elected officers as follows!
Vllis Howard, president; Viola
Bradley, v vice-president; Lola
Turner, secretary; : and Virginia
Swanson, treasurer. . -. L -
8:80 P. ML
4: SO P. MC
i - -
Sat4 7 3 80
FrL, T:SO r, MC .,,
Sat 0:80 A. MC ;
DE SIGNED UP
Bin Klepper Talks Turner
Out of Deal. Report
From Sari Jose
8AM JOSE. Cal.; March 18-
(AP) Rudy Kalllo will not be
with the Portland baseoau ciud
this! year President Turner an
nounced here today. Although the
veteran pitcher recently made a
free: agent by Judge Land is. had
agreed, to terms wun tne seavers,
no contract had been sirned. .
While Turner said his reason
for letting Kalllo go was because
the pitcher had-not appeared in
training camp here, camp follow
ers feel Bill Kleppers visit with
the Portland president last night
had j something to do with It.
Klepper, president of the Seattle
dub. protested Turner's move in
signing Kalllo. ' v
PORTLAND, Ore., March 18
(AP) Rudy Kalllo left Portland
tonight for San Jose where -he In
tended to Join the pitching staff
of the Portland baseball club. .
Early today Kalllo received a
telephone call from someone rep
resenting himself as President
Turner,, of the - Portland club.
SRf aklng from San lose. Kalllo
was told arrangements under
which .he had accepted ' terms
with; the Portland club were all
off." I . - '
KalUo didn't believe It. , He
called George Vranlxan at the
Portland, club's office here, Vran
lxan ihadn't heard anything about
it. jr' - ' ' :.' .. .: ..
The veteran pitcher then call
ed at the railroad offices where
he found his transportation had
not been cancelled.
He packed his bag and started
south. - -
11 Women on
New Panel of
This Jury 1 panel for the April
term) of circuit "court was drawn
yesterday by the sheriff and
county clerk and Includes the
names of IT women. It follows:
Edward A. Donnelly, Salem No.
7; Beatrice Blatchford, Salem,
No. 2; Sidney J. Miller, Scollard;
Alfred' Dunlfer North Silverton;
William J King, Central Howell;
William A. ' Dunnlgan, Central
Howell; Mary B. Rutherford, Sa
lem No. 14; Chas. L. Ogle, East
Woodbum; M. G. Panek. Salem
No. 17;. William O. Buchanan,
Jefferson. Stella Hicks, North
Silverton. - , ;. -
Joseph E. Bartruff. Chemawa:
Ellen Card, East Hubbard; Frank
C- DeLong, Salem No. 2; David
C Bloom, Rosedale: Albert
OBrien, Salem No. 10; Myrtle,
Eastman, West Silverton; H. Q.
Damon, Salem No. 15; Walter L.
Fuller, Brooks; Linnle M. Slm-
eral, Salem No. 15; Minnie E.
Moore, Fairfield; Clara H. Elli
ott, Salem No. 18; Clark Aspin
wall, Brooks; Luella Baker Sa
lem No. 12; Gustavus A. Cone,'
Donald; - Charles H. Cannon, Sa
lem No. 18; Otto Hoven, Fair-'
grounds; Mary - E. Geer, East
Woodburn; Charles WT Cady, En-
glewood; Lena V, Robins, Salem
No. 15 and James Coates, Salem
Work Begins in
April on Market
First work on the market road
program for this year will be
started sometime in April Coun
ty Roadmaster Frank Johnson
said yesterday. Exact date will
depend upon the weather.
The county court has not yet
announced what work will be un
dertaken first, nor has the com
plete market road program been
mapped out. This year will see
the finish of the present five-year
market road program. Slightly
more than 40 miles of road will
Minio, Sick, is 7 ;
Unable as Yet to
Frank MInto. citr police chief.
Is sick in bed. He has been un
able to see anyone; he reports
that he has not as yet obtained
from Alderman Pnrvide an in
voice for 47 for fire engine re
nalra whleh eansed disturbance In
-the council meeting Monday night.
At the council meeung, me re
port was that Alderman Purvlne
had taken the Invoice from the
reorder' office tha mornlnr af
ter an Investigation was proposed.
' The district champion basket
ball teams, 96 players in '. all to
gether, with their coaches and
other, persons connected with the
conduct of the state high school
hoop tournament here, - were
guests of the Rotary club at Its
regular luncheon Wednesday
' W. L. Phillips presided and the
players were officially welcomed
to the city by T. B Kay, sUte
treasurer on behalf of the state
and Mayor P.- M. Gregory on be
half of the city. .
' Other brief talks were made by
President Carl G. ' Doney of Wil
lamette nnlrerslty, C. A. Howard,
state superintendent of public in
struction, - Donald Huteheon, pres
ident of the Salem high' school
student body and R. S. Keene,
athletic dlrecto . at Willamette
and general manager of the tour
Mr. Kay Invited the players to
select' the seats they expect to
occupy in the ' legislature later
on and to come in and see where
the state's deficit Is. kept. Mayor
Gregory praised the Rotary club
for the helpful interest it took in
the tournament. President Doney
and Supt. Howard enlarged upon
the benefits of ' athletic competi
tion.,. t- ... ... ..i ;
1 Musical entertainment Included
a cornet solo by Wesley Roeder,
a violin solo by Ira. Claire Love,
and a marimba solo by Edith
Richest Divot A'
1 Tourney Opens
, At Miami Today
f MIAMI BEACH, Fla., March
18 (AP)-r-Th golfing great to
night wound up practice play, for
tomorrow's third renewal of the
nation's richest golf tournament
and the season final of the lucra
tive, south Florida links the
fourth annual 215.000 La Gorce
open. j ' - - . ;
. !Tho entry list, bearing 122
names, read-like the roster of a
links alumni association as name
after name of frequent head line
prominence , was, listed in. pair
ings' for the opening , of the 72
hole classic .!.;.';
Balem Golf Coar mna aoutb
en Rlrr Drive. 18 hole eratercd faJr
waysu larss STeeus. Fees lie. .Sundays
and nolidays. tl.OO- '
- AUCTIONEERS -
U Tears Salern'a Lectins Anctioneer
and Furniture Dealer
Reaidenc and Store
- 1(16 North Summer St.
Trtcphmie 611 '
- Tnrklsh baths and maun ire. - 8. H.
tjnm it. Tflpne tt14. New Banlc.
! BATTERY ELECTRICIAN
i R. D. Barton National Batteries
Starter end generator work.. Texaco
atatlon. comft Cotirt and Church.
1 LUOTD El RAMSDEN Colombia
Bicycles and repairing. S81 Court.
1 The best to bicycles and repairing
H. W. Hoott. 14T ft Ciml. Tel. 68
Telephone 116. R. F?. Northnwa.
Dr. ; Gilbert, One. Bids. TeL 8481.
Dr. Ol U SCOTT. PSC, Chiropractor
tSt M. High. TeL 17. Res. J104-J.
DRS. SCO FIELD," Palmer Chlro
practora. X-Ry and N, C M. - New
Bnwk BIda. " -- .
Center Pt Valeterf. TM HIT
HALtK ELECTRIC CO. New loca
tion, 887 Court Bt. TeL Ke.. 2.
V T. XValAh alafHA saKaex XTIwew
fixture, and suppUe. Gt our prical
atakF-- an a m . ara W
FLOWERS FOR ALL. txeatone
Olaen'e. Court a HtgD St. Tey. 86L
ALL kinds of floral work. Ltxts
Florlat. ltth.A MackeL TeL 1114.
CUT Flowers, weddinar: bououeta
fnneraJ wreaAba, deceratlona. G. F.
BrelUianDt. OorLaC 818 State Street.
Tel .. . .. ...
Pwlem rVaene-r. Tel.' 1T Dr J!96
NEEDLEWORK. ' Ifaramrat'a fiha.
- BECKE a HENDBICKB '
Itf K. Hljrh TeL If
WILLAMETTE INa AUENCT
Wm Rtteen. Urr.
Etclualve Butte vlUe Agent ' "
tit Mimowlc BM Tel tit.
THE NEW SALKM LAtTNDRT
... THE WEIDER LAUNDRT
ISt N. Commercial . : , Tel. 1SS4
- capital crrr laundry
j "We . Wash Ewythlnt; to Los.
Telephone 6188 JJMRro 1w
' Mattresses from factory to noma
ASk aCMMlt MF ,AaI mHr.uu D.
or1' and fumisaterm. Capital City
wan sivs 3i
Ml TO BE GETTER
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Corrallis, March 18 Except for
Individual training for a few
players, spring football practice
has come to a close at Oregon
State for this year. Coach Paul
J. Sehlssler expressed himself as
being well pleased with the
spring workout : and said he ex
pected to have a team somewhat
stronger ' than last year's outfit.
The line, something that i h as
been giving Coach Sehlssler trou
ble for the '. last few years, 1
stronger and the backfield 1
equally as good as that of last
. Oregon State will lose 12 let
termen from - last. year's squad."
They are Frank Brost, Saylea
Toung and 'Pete Miller, tackles;
Ralph Buerke, quarter; Bill Mc
Kallp afld - Sandy McGllvray,
ends; Cecil Sherwood, Honolulu
Hughes, " Tommy Drynsn, and
Rowdy Kerr, halfbacks: Chief
Thompson, guard; Babe Peterson
and Howard Lorejoy, fullbacks.
.Coach Sehlssler expects 19 let
termen back for the opening of
the Season September 15. They
are Art Ramponl and Bryce Nos
ier, quarterbacks; Hal Moe, Dill
Leggett, and Reg Rust. Tialf
backs; Frank Little and Snowy
Gustafson, fullbacks;. Keith Da
vis and Floyd Root, ends; Art
Miller, Harsy Kent. Bill Bylng
ton and Wayne liar n, tackles;
Gilbert Bergerson, Jack Cox, Ed
Englestad and Loren Tuttl,
guards; Buck Hammer and Jim
my Newgard, centers. , ; .
Golf , Swimming
Salem high school . assoclat&d
students yesterday turned down
by decisive Tote proposition to
recognfse ' golf and swimming as
school sports and refused to al
low a : letter to be awarded for
No majority was cast In the
election to fill the vacant foren
sic manager position, - and as a
result Frank Spears and Lynn
II else, two highest, will be-.up on
8alem..Ltter Shop, TeL 887.
OECk. C. WILX. Flanoa, phone-,
srapha. sewing tnacMnea. sheet musle
and piano studlea Renalrlng phono
Kraphs -and sewing machlnea .431
SUte street. Salem.
. OFFICE SUPPLIES
Everything In office suppHea Com
mercial Book Store. HI N. Com'L
Paper - hanarlna and Dalntlnc. Neu-
man'a Paint Store. 158 N. Com!
PHOSR nt.RNN ADA f & tnr Kaa
decora tin a-, paper hanalna. tlntlnc
eta Reliable workman.
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMBTNQ and general repair
fork. Graber Bros. 1(1 Bo. Liberty.
PLUMBING & SUPPLIES
Meaher Plumbing Supply Cow 171 SL
CcrnmerciaL TeL 8700.
FOR KTATJONERT. carda, pamph
lets, prosrama, books or any kind of
firlntlns. call at The Staterwnan Print
n Department. 81k & Commercial.
Sltn Tetter Kho. Tl. !I7
FOR erery purpose.' Tor erery purse
All standard sizes of Radio Tun-.'
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. 817
Cornt Pt. T1 S9S
. STOVES and store rspaiiinc. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
klnda of woven wire fence, fancy and
Plata, hop baskets and hooka, '.ok in
hooka Salem Fence and Stove Works,
18 Chemeketa street. R B Fleming.
and woTTien. 4T4 Court Pt -
C.A PITir. Cntm r.aa.a. ar. eaia
Bute Bt. TeL SIS. 0latrlbutinc for
wardlnc and storais our apeclaltr.
Get our rates.
FOR local or distant transfer stor.
M. Mil 1tl I . T- ,
Trucks te Portland dally.
.te Mf30 HENDRICKS
lit N. High TeL 111
I a, AST m
tUH. Hlh.a. TeL 1148
ICS State TeL SI7t
- KrTHl iM7'OLfa SV 6iy-VAS
S04-8 First Nat. Bk. Bid. Tel. S74J
J. F. ULRICII
F. L, WOOD
441 State Bt.
Tel et hone 86
S68 a RUbi
HOMER a FOSTER REALTY COc
170 V. State St TaI I4S
W. H. GRABENHORST ! Ca
114 A Liberty tC . . TeL 811
mwiim a ci. a. j rtona ip.