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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morninr, April 11, 1931
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Mil iJ I III llJ LI III 1 TTtz
. Four Bobbles Count for an
Equal Number of Runs;
4 Angels Going Good
. ' 7 COAST IBAOtTB
' W. L, Pet. - W L. Pet.
PortU'4 S 1 TSOiOaU. S
Ball -. I .75 f eattls -1 J50
-. Missies t . t .SOOiSsc'U -li .250
QltJ VRANCISCO. April 10
(AP) The Portland Bearer de
feated the San Franiseo beais
here today. The heavy-hittins;
northern squad had no respect for
the offerings of Jimmy Zlnn and
hammered him freely until he was
chased to the showers in the
l fourth. '. S .
The Bearers scored all six of
their runs off Zlnn. Bill RheiL
Portland second baseman, hit two
-doable and a single. Sammy Hale
got three singles. BUI Posedel.
pitched fine ball for the Tlsltors.
allowing two runs and fir hits
until he was forced to retire in
the seventh after he Injured his
gacs Break Through
SACRAMENTO. April 10 -
(AP) Sacramento broke into the
win column for the first time
this year today by defeating the
Hollywood Stars after three
, straight losses, 0 to 5. Four Star
errors, every one responsible for
- run, helped the Sacs although Rqy
Chestefield hurled a fair brand of
ball and was put in trouble him
self by two errors.
, R H B
Hollywood".. ........a 9 4
Sacramento ,....... 11 .2
Johns, Tde and Bassler; Ches
, terfleld and Koehler.
Schalte Hero Again
LOS ANGELES, April 10
(AP) With John Schulte occu
pying the hero role for the second
time In three day. Los Angeles
won its third straight baseball
game from Seattle today 5 to 4 In
.Seattle had tied the count in
the eighth and forged ahead In the
first half of the ninth. Schulte
then tied the score in the Angels'
half by hitting Walter Newman's
: first pitch over the right field
Vince Barton singled to start
the last half of the ten.th.New-
man walked Ray Jacobs add Lorls
Baker, filling the bases. , Then
Schulte stepped up again and
raped out a sharp single over Har
ry Taylor" ahead and Barton loped
'home with the winning run. The
tlctorr game Los Angeles a 3 to
1 lead in the series. Score:
R H E
Seattle 4 11 0
Los Angeles ........5 11 1
, (10 innings). v
- Newman. McQuillan and Gas
ton; Moss and Schulte. . -
Oaks Pound. Pellet
OAKLAND, April 10 (AP)
The Oaks pounded five Mission
pitchers for ten hits and an easy
7 to 3 victory here this afternoon
: to even up the series two all. Cap
tain Eddie Moore starred at the
bat for the winners with a homer,
double and single. Monte Pearson,
recruit pitcher of the Oaks, held
the Missions to eight hits and re
tired eighUon strikes. '
R" H E
Missions ........... 3 8 2
Oakland . V ... 7 10 0
I Lieber. Biggs, Kinney, Nelson,
Darrow and Brenzel; Pearson and
. JEFFERSON, April 9 The
grade - school baseball schedule
is as follows: April 1?. Keizer
here; April 14. Liberty there;
April IT, Mill City here; April
Z4, North Santiam here; April 28,
(Vest Staytoa there; May 1,
I Portland Box Score
Portland B R H O A E
Berger. m . . 4 0 1 4 1 0
Williams. 1 3 2 ' 0, 1 0 0
Rhlel, 2 .... 5 3 3 5 5 0
Hale, 3...,-, S .0 3 2 3 0
ronton. 1 ... 4 0 ' 1 820
Coleman, r .. 5 .0. ; 111 ; o
Wuestllnr, s.,4- 0 0 11
Woodall. c ; . 4 0 0 . 4 0 0
Posedel. n ... 3 1 2 0 1 0
Bowman, P .. -1 0 0 1 0 0
Totals ....33. 11 27 14 0
.Sin Fran.' B R H O A E
Sulik. r ..... .2 0 0 2 0 0
PlaeJli,. 3 . , 4. , 11-3 3 . 1
Frazier. m .. 4 1 , 1. 4 0 0
Crosettl. . . S 0 2 3 3 1
Keeaey. 1.., 4 0 1 2 0
Donovan. 1 ., 4 1 2 2 0 0
Caveney, 2 4 0 1 3 0 0
Penebsky, e . 2 0 0 3 1 0
Zlnn p ...... 1 . 0 0 0 0 ' 0
Douglas, p .. 2 0 1 0 2 0
Wilson, e ... 2 0 1 It 0 0
ToUls .. ..34 3 10 27 11 2
Portland .. .2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 4
H4ta ....31 2 3 00 20 0 11
San Fran. ..2 00 000 01 0- 3
lits ,...2 0 0 00 2 2 2 2 10
Innings pitched by, Zlnn 3i,
Posedel C plus. Credit victory , to
Posedel. Charge defeat to Zlnn.
At bat -off Zlnn 18. Posedel, 21.
Hits batted oft Zlnn 9, Posedel 5.
Runs scored off Zlnn. C, Posedel 2.
Runs . responsible for ,v Zlnn 4,
Posedel 2, Bowman 1. Struck out
' by Zlnn 1, Posedel 3, Bowman 1,
Douglas 3. Bases on : balls oft
Zlnn 2, "Posedel- 5, Bowman 1,
Douglas . l.r Hit . by pitched . ball,
nliki by ' Bowman,- Williams- by
"'Douglas.' Thre-e-base hit. PosedeL
Two-base hits, Jlhiel 2. Frarie rv
Sacrifice hit, Fenton. Runs bat
ted In. Hale S, Frailer, Donovan,
Coleman, - Berger, - Fenton,- Doug
las. Double play. Halo to Rhlel to
Fenton. .Time,- 2:10.'- Umpires.
McLaughlin and Fanning. - -
JUST as the National League
Is facing the start of the 1931
season next Tuesday with
such master minds as John Mc-
Grw, "Gabby'' Street, a$d "Uncle
Robbie" mesmerizing the pennant
hopes of the Giants, Cardinals and
Robins respectively, so the Ameri
can League will start its schedules
the same day,' with the- venerable
Jet vigorous Connie Mack, Walter
ohnson, and Joe McCarthy in the
leading mind-over-matter roles.'.
Mack's 'chief baseball ambition
for the present is to have his Ath
letics win three successive World
"Series. He has the same team
practically which triumphed over
all- others so - decisively la 1929
and 1930, and it shows no sign
of cracking thus far. Simmons,
ssiEiui men BEATS
0. G. GOLF SEXTET
The Salem high golf team de
feated the Oregon City six man
team 124 to 5 on the Salem
Golf club course yesterday.
dine and Vincent of the Sa
lem team turned in the best
scores of 77 and 78. respectively.
Green, of Oregon City, shot a 79
to lead his team in the lowest
Groves 85 0
Cllne 77 3
Utter 81 2
Vincent 78 . 2
Sodaman .94 .2
Blaisdell . .-. S7 3
Oregon City '
Meissner ......... 82 3
B." Morris ........81 ' 0
Harris .83 1
Green .....79 V
A. Morris ........95 1
Klenson v. 94 .. - 0
' The Salem tteam has another
match scheduled for this morn
ing with Silverton on the Silver
ton golf course. - "
Game is Off
Parrish faaior hiah also had to
call oft a baseball came on 'ac
count of rain. The Gervala high
team was to play here Friday.
Coach Hauk stated that the
game may not be played at all
unless it is necessary as a deciding
game or ior. a piayoxr. With" all
the space enclosed at Ollnger
field, there is. only one ball field
which Is kept in halfway decent
condition and! Parrish must ar
range to play when the other local
teams are away.
The complete schedule for Par
rish is as follows:
April 17 Hubbard there.
April 24 Mt.-Angel here.
May 1 Gervals there.
. May g Hubbard here.
May IS Leslie.
- May 22 Mt. Angel there. :
V May 29 Leslie. . ' -
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GRANGE TO. MEET - --ANKEN
TBOTTOM. April 10
Ankeny Grange - No. ,540. will
hold .their next regular' meeting
April 18. at which time a basket
social will be given.' eery one
invited to come and bring a bas
ket. - - - ;
- ; a
Ti TmiVi iY m-rn-iT iwTITiTiT in nfTTiTi i iihitt' "i T
(and Present) f
By HARDIN BURNLEY
- Nv . ,
Cochrane, Foxz, Earnshaw. Grove
& Co., look fully as formidable as
the eld Athletics of 1913 and 14
which Mack finally "broke up" be
cause "they won so often it finally
hurt gate receipts." If ever there
was a past master of "inside" base
ball and team generalship, canny
Connie is that. Only a crack-ap
or the rise of some other extraor
dinary team can disappoint Cor
nelius of the MeGillieuddys in his
ambition to figure in baseball su
premacy three times Jn a row.'
The New-York Yankees appear
to be clicking beautifully with
their new manager, Joe McCarthy,
though the team performed only
passably well -during its Southern
appearances. Grim .critics insist
that the Yanks will really go to
smash this season because most of
Jerry Owen is going to be
th bonus commission secretary
now. We judge the loans won't
be any bigger but there'll be
wisecrack with each new loan,
at slight cost if any to the tax
payers. Luke May said small town po
lice were the hamburger but he
should have seen Monmouth's city
marshal and Independence's boy
scouts in action this week. Whole
raft of crooks lined up in short
order. . . . , f
- Medford News the other day
had two streamers acroas the
top of page one: ."Chicago
Qtalet aa Cermak Defeats
, Thompson"; 'Chicago Store in
Panic Guns Roar." Ideas aa
- to wht constitutes quietude la
Chicago differ both In Chicago
.. and in Medford, it would seem. -
The touah tim f war fnr
sport writers is here. We build up
interest in a ball, game ..or what
have you, and then have to build
it up all over again when the rain
quits. Give us football or basket
ball; they thumb noses at all
kinds of weather.
- Lot of the boys are still kick
ing about Thursday night's wres
tling whatchacalllt. They got
money back or rain checks, but
they just naturally hate the idea
of wasting the evening. Don't
know whose fault It was but the
fact persists that they didn't see. a
show. ' ...
: -Can't blame Harry Levy he
isn't supposed to be a wrestling
referee, and It was pretty good
of him to consent to fill In.
Showed! more good . will than
Successful officiating - in any
sport depends u several factors;
granting good eyesight the great
est of these is practice. Take us
for instance. We know football,
basketball and baseball as well
as most referees, but from our
own angle, not theirs.,; Wo avoid
ed mob scenes usually as -a bas
ketball official not so long ago,
but 'couldn't do it - now. -Even
though we hide behind, a -pair of
cheaters -most of -the time, oar
vision's all rikht. But we're out
of practice. On the other hand
Wfestlmr In hard tn hrnMm -be
cause there's so much 'to it that
i tv w ?r ill 3
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WHILE THfe ; YANKS
AFE OUT TO FINISH
HIGHER TXAM LAST
0 1(31. (Jac totem Smdkaie. tea,
their regulars are veterans "just
about due to hit bad declines" and
the new . talent, especially the
pitchers, are not quite seasoned
yet for big league efficiency. Man
ager McCarthy ignores such pessi
mism. He has faith In the Yank
vets and his own carefully selected
Sir Walter Johnson had bis
Washington team in second place
only eight games back of the Ath
letics when the schedule ended last
season. -He's sure, the Senators'
are improved. At any event, the
experts, already pick the Johnson
ians to finish among the first three
teams in the A. L, but you can
bet "The Big. Train" is aiming
only at the top for 1931.
CwrricM. 131. Klac Fetttr 0y4icaU, tarn.
If the Willamette baseball team
has the life In its game that it had
in practice Friday, it will take a
tornado to stop it.
' A wet field and a cold wind
made an outside practice Inadvis
able, so Coach "Spec" Keene gave
his squad a workout in the gym
nasium. The catcher's mask and
other protectors were not needed
and even the other playersdoffed
their gloves to play indoor base
ball. Scales and Adams chose sides
and their teams played a double
header. Scales led his team to an
overwhelming win la the . tipst
game and started the second one
in a like manner. By the fourth
inning the "Scalers'" were. in the
lead, 7 to 0, but .the "Adamites"
broke loose to score .12 runs in
one inning and - maintained the
lead the remainder of the ' game.
' It was all In fun and Dwight
Adams wore out a new pair of
socks i playing- without shoes.
Some of the more fortunate play
ers had tennis shoes to wear.
"Spec" Keene impersonated the
blind torn at umpire and was well
pleased with the class of ball ex
hibited, by the players. . ; ;
By Bad Weather
The horse show pavilion at the
state fairgrounds was used again
Friday for a practice field by the
Salem, high, track team. Which
abandoned plans to hare the ln
terclas meet-yesterday, r - "
. The interclass meet will come
Tuesday, meaing that the ' : men
will have a little more time to
round into shape. Next Friday is
the date for the triangular meet
of Salem-Chemawa-Sllverton and
much Interest la being manifest
by the members of the local track
I squad. - '
a layman doesn't know. None but
a man who has wrestled1 and
knows the game: thoroughly
should attempt it. ' -
Coordination i the thing
'that takes practice ia orflciat-
ing. For instance in basketball,
there haa to be -coordination be-.
; tween the eye and- the longs.
It's not hard, to see the fouls,
bt to make the. whistle do it .
work soon enoogh - after the
fool to avoid argument there'
the atlcker. ' " '
dinger Field in "Best of
I Shape for; Swimming; (
: Solons Practice
The diamond7 at Ollnger field
looked more like a swimming
pond ."Friday afternoon' and ' the
management of the Salem 'Sena
tors virtually decided that ' It
would be impossible to play the
Portland Valley league opening
game here Sunday. Further an
nouncement will ' be 'made that
morning.. .... - .
v Several of the players worked
out on the drier portion of the
athletic field Tflday, making
about the third workout thia sea
son but that .is no fault of . the
players. Opportunities have been
just about that scarce. This year's
squad appears much more willing
to put In practice hour than has
been the rale fn the past.
In case the Solons play Huls-
boro here Sunday , according to
schedule, indications are : that
jonnny Beck win be on tne
mound and McClaln, well known
Albany slugger,' behind the bat.
Rex Adolph, who ' performed
around the initial sack in 19 2 S
and '21, will be back there again
and wield the big club with which
he shaved the House of David a
few years ago; Bernie Hughes
will hold down second base, Ashby
will be on short and Ollnger on
the hot ' corner, the - only present
infield holdover from last year. ".
In the outfield will. be Dowllng
from past Altfany teams, "Snyde"
Campbell, all around athlete who
formerly played halfback on Wil
lamette's football team, and Ted
Girod, the only one of the three
brothers who didn't succumb to
the lure of higher education. -
"Frisco" Edwards who manag
ed the Senators for the past three
years, had announced that he
would turn out, but . got: a call
from some California club and
boarded a train for the land of
sunshine several days ago.
In Fine Form
PINEHURST. N. C., April 9
(AP) George T. Dunlap Jr.. New
York golfer and Intercollegiate
champion, continued his winning
stride In the 31st annual north
and south amateur tournament
here today, but the defending
champion, Eugene Homans of
Englewood, N. J., fell by the way
- Dunlap, the medalist, won his
quarter finals match on the 13 th
hole, eliminating Howard Tryon,
Elmira, N. Y 7 and 5.
Homans, who won the 1930
tournament, was one down to T.
Suffern Taller, Newport, R.-1., at
the turn, but the Rhode Islander
showed a more consistent brand
of golf at the back nine to win
S and 4.
J. B. Ryerson, Cooperstown, N.
T., who came to Pinehurst with a
string of titles acquired in Flori
da, winter tournament, defeated
Richard S. Tufts of Pinehurst, 3
Forbes K. Wilson of York Har
bor, Me., won one up from S. M.
Parks of Pittsburgh. .
AT LESLIE IS
"Prosects for baseball at Leslie
are the poorest I have ever seen,"
stated Coach Gurnee Flesher Wednesday-
when contemplating his
VUahAr ronnrt, a. . dearth of
(baseball material and states that
the few players he has are not
all around men, but just show
well in one department. Invari
ably his best hitters are poor at
fielding and handling the ball and
those who can handle the ball well
are poor bat wlelders.
Some hope is seen when Con
verse returns to catch. - He will be
back in a few days. Nuens is a
good infielder .and Mason shows
up well, but is weak on hitting
ability. Elliott has - possibilities
of .being one of the best players
at any of several positions, but is
not exerting himself or showing
much -interest, i y ;. .-V Hf'
, Gurnee is "not worrying about
the schedule' as he states that he
can get plenty of games, his team
will not play this week, but will
likely get started with outside
teams the latter part of next week.
Tucker's Realtors and Hills
Candy company at Aumsvllle.
The local teams entered In the
Cascade baseball league will tan
gle Sunday in the opening games
of the league and are both prac
ticing to be in shape for the in
itial contest. The game will be
called at 2:30.. . -
Both outfits have found a num
ber of young players ; to : carry
their colors and are now arrang
ing : their batteries. : Interest Is
keen, in the games played . In. the
league -and -the boys - take their
baseball seriously.. - -i - ' -:
The other teams to play In the
couth section Sunday will be
Aumsvllle at Jefferson -.and : Mill
City, at Turner,' Stayton at Leban
on. Gamea in the north section
will, include: St, Paul at Mt. An
gel. Brooks at Amity and Payton
at YamhilL 1 " "
McGraw Modest About
Chances of His Team But .
Says it Will be One of Five
.! (Note: This is the fifth pt a
i aericw uof storiee m major
: league prospects written for .
, the Associated, Yrem by . the
. clab managers.) . ., "j ..",,
t'-f By JOHN McGRAW - .
.1 Manager, New York Giants r
; We had a.. very successful con
ditioning trip as far as work was
concerned, yet the work as com
pared - with . past - seasons 1 was
rather, light, due to the weather
and - various - circumstances . not
within our control, r The Giants
will be getting home well. trained
but , not overtrained," That may
mean a lot, . . ... .
I The team , as It stands is a bet
ter : outfit ; than last year. ;. Of
that I am convinced. So. far the
major changes made in the club's
array have satisfied my Judg
ment. .Verges seems a most sat
isfying third baseman and Lind
strom has adapted himself quick
lya to his outfield assignment.
Much of - course probably the
most depends on the pitching,
and If the kid, Schumacher,
MONMOUTH. April 10 The
Lamron, student publication of
the Oreroa Normal school, nre-
senta in itscurrent Issue, the fol
lowing complete score of the sea
son's basketball games: - -"The
Normal basketeerm h
Just completed the most arduous
schedule played by thia school in
sereral years. A total of 22 games
was piayea or wnich i were won,
giving a percentage of .727.
"Competition encountered warn
very stiff but the Oregon Normal
ooys avenged every . defeat by
winning from their conquerors in
either previous or. later contests,
as Fresno State eollere. . Ran
The team . defeated such . schools
Francisco. State teachers' col
lege, Columbia university and
Idaho State teachers' college.
O. N. S. 5S, Llnfleid 3.
O. .N. S. 28, Fresno State 27.
O. N. S. 25, Fresno State 26.
O. N. S. 29.- San Francisco
Col. It. .
O. N. S. li, Columbia Univer
O. N. S. 29, Pacific College 1.
O. N. S. 27, Pacific College- 2.
O. N. S. 34, Citzmlller's Stars
0. N. S. 28. Linfield 27.
O. N. S. 38. Salem Y. M. C. A.
O. N. S. 36, Salem Y. M. C. A.
O. N. -S. 48, Cauthorn dub 13.
O. N. S. 38, Eastern Oregon
O. N. S. 57, Eastern Oregon
O. N. S. 33) Idaho Teachers 48.
. .0. N. S. 45, Idaho Teachers 44.
O. N. S. Z4r Eastern Oregon
O. N. S. ' 24, " Eastern Oregon
. O. N. S. 43, Peninsula Aces 22.
O. N. S. 23, Linfield 28.
Total, O. N. S. 776; oppon
RING GOSSIP I
o : A
DETROIT, April 10. (AP)
Jack "Kid" Berg, of England, re
tained his Junior welterweight
title by winning a 10-round de
cision from Billy Wallace, of
Cleveland, at. Olympia arena to
night. Berg weighed 138, Wal
ST. LOUIS, April 10. (AP)
Billy Pettolle. the "Fargo Ex
press," won a newspaper decision
from Lope Tenorio, Filipino from
New York, in a slashing 10-rounl
bout here tonight. Petrolle weigh
ed 188 pounds-and Tenorio 142.
A glancing blow to the chin sent
Tenorio down in the fifth round,
but he was up before the referee
could start a count.
NEW YORK. April 10 (AP)
Ben Jeby, promising East Side
middleweight, knocked out -Laddie
Lee of Boston In the fifth
round of a 10-round bout at the
St. Nicholas arena tonight. - Jeby
weighed 157 . pounds. Lee 158.
.OMAHA, Neb., April 10 (AP)
Mickey Walker, 168, world's
middleweight champion, won a
referee's decision over. Bearcat
Wright, 210. Omaha negro, in a
10-round- bout here tonight. ;
PHILADELPHIA, "April 10.
(AP) Richard Shikat. heavy
weight wrestler," threw Tiny Roe
buck, Oklahoma Indian, in a
wrestling match at the arena to
night with a headlock and body
slan. " ..- ;.':"'.'. v ":
PORTLAND, Ore., April 10.
(AP) ' Benson Tech, Portland,
defeated ' Corvallls - high school,
115 to 27. in a wrestling tourna
ment here tonight.
v At Ball Opener
Once more the Salem high base
ball team was disappointed by the
.weather and has yet to play its
first game of -the-season. Friday
the red and black had to call off
its game with SUrerton, In that
city because of excess precipita
tion. " . , .
, The. schedule for the remainder
of the season calls for two games
a week aad unless a-great deal of
good .weather. preralls. it will be
hard to get all the games played
in" addition . to the Silverton and
Woodbum games which, have al
ready been postponed indefin
itely. . .
cornea through , the Giants , may
figure e.ven abetter than their
best supporters hope. . -:
As for, myself, X am not In the
habit of making predictions. All
that . I would dare . prophesy la
that It should be a five club race
with, the, Giants fighting for
one of. the ,top. numbers. ... , . V;
r ""A By DONIB BUSH '
' fanager, Chicago. White Sox v
' As i, I .. see ". it, the 'American
league pennant, race will finish
With the teams ranked id this
order: Philadelphia, Washington,
New York, Cleveland, Chicago,
St. Louis" and Boston. '
:The White. Sox finished
seventh last year but look mnch
better this season and I - think
we should land in fifth place
anyway. If Al Thomas' arm is
right we may land a potcb
. .We could use more hitting but
our infield and outfield looks
much better. Lu Blue should be
a great help at first base. - -
oallas men wins
DALLAS. AprU".10 Dallas
high won its first county, league
baseball game of the season-nere
today, defeating. Alrlie 11 to 10.
The league games are scheduled
for seven . Innings but : this one
went nine before Dallas could
LeFors, 2b -
Toedteler, 2b -Lv
Herron, p '
Porter, lb '
B. McKlbbon, 3b
E. Herron," cf
L. McKlbbon, rf
- Brown, sa. .
Quiring, ef , '
Mosler, ss ,
Watson, It -McCann,
Umpires, Matthews and Neu
feldt. Dallas will play Falls City here
next Tuesday in its second league
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The best In bicycles and repairing. ;
IT. W. Sott, 147 S. Com-!. Tel. 4S1. Paper hanging and palntin. Neu-
man s Paint Store. 152 N. Com'L
M1IMVPV CWPPP PHONE GLENN ADAMS for house
0VCiCir decfaratlng. paper hanging, tinting.
1 etc. Rellnhle workmiin.
Telephone 4450. R. E. Xorthnes '
CHIROPRACTORS FOR STATIONERT, cards, pamph-
iets, programs, books or any kind ot
" - . Printing, call The Statesman Prlnt-
Dr. Gilbert. Ore. Bldg. TeL 1452. Ing Department. SIS S. Commercial.
. . 1 1 Telephone
Dr. O. L. SCOTT, PSC Chiropractor. ' i
a N. High, Tel. Res. $11 1. ' ; ! !" '
DRS. SCOFIELD, Palmer Chlroprac- PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
gR, NeW aalem', Tter Phop. Tel. T49e.
CLEANING SERVICE : : f r RADIO
' FOR every purpose, for erery purse
Center Rt. Valetert. Tel. "9R2. All standard sizes of Radio Tubes.
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. J47
. ; : 7 Court St. Tel. 11.
HAUK ELECTRIC CO. New loca- STOVES -
Uon, JJ Court St. TeL 454. t ' 1
STOVES and stoYe repairing. Stove
E. L. Welch electric thop. Wiring, 'or . aale, rebuilt and repaired.. All
frxtures and supplies.' Get out prloes. " Pf -woven wire fence, fancy and
1015 R. ConVl. Tel. 3 J 31. - plain, hop baskets and hooks, logaa
hoe lot Halem lence and Stove Wocks,
. ' i Chemekta street. R. Ti. THemlnar.
florists " , r ,.
FIXWERS FOR ALL occasions 'TAILORS,
Olaon'a, Court and High St. Tet 71. " ' 11
D. H. MOSIIER Tailor tor men and
ALL kinds of floral work. Lutx Flor- women. 474 Court St.
1st. Itth .Market. TaL WZ. . . .
CUT Flowers, wadding bouquets TRANSFER
funeral wreaths, decorations. C. F.
5lf,t??J?it' flrUt 6tat StTet- CAPITAL CITT Transfer Co. 2SS
Tel. 69Q4. State St. Tel. 7771. Distributing, for.
: warding and storage our specialty.
GARBAGE i ur wtea '
: ., FOR looat or distant transfer stor-
Salem Rcarenrer. Tel. or 70. call S1S1. Larmer Transfer Co
Trucks to Portland dally.
HEMSTTTCHING r . ' ' O
NEEDLEWORK. Margaret's Shop. IT.
4is oo..rt. Directory
INSURANCE 0 , BECKB ID2NDRICKS
BECKE HENDRICKS High TeL 447
119 N. High ---TeL 497 - S. M. Kinrp "
INSURANCE " " : m m. iuh sT EAW'B . m
- WILLAMETTE IN& AGENCY' ..V - J. LINCOLN ELLIS
f, - Wtn. Bllveo, Mgr., - . SUU TeL 1171
Exclusive ButtsvUle .Agent - .r ,
15 'Masonic Bldg1 TeL 7 - SOCOLOFSKT SON-
1 7 04-t Flrst.NaL Bk. Bldg. Tel. 7 80T
' LAUNDRIES I - - : - - f, plrich -
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY 441 State - SU WC)E? TeL 7114
THE WEI DLR.. LAUNDRY . . ; i
til a -High - ; TeL' S12I HOMER D. FOSTER REALTY CO.
. - CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY " T'L
' We Wash Everytnlng In lMX? ' W. IL GRABENIIORST " SCO.
Telephone ! JZCi Broadway 114- S. Liberty. SC , , ; . TeL 4l.
Golfers' Have . Until April'
26 to Qualify; Frank
"Lynch In Charge.
1 :. " -' ' ' - . "' " ft .' .."J- .,
' The annual Elks' handicap golf
tournament will be launched to
day, it Is announced . by Frank
Lynch,' chairman of the commit .
tee in charge. The Qualifying
round will be closed April 26.
All that Is necessary to Qualify la
to play 18 holes, either on the Sa
lem or . the Illahee, course, and .
turn in the score ft the clubhouse
or at the Elks club buffet. .
Players qualifying will be ar
ranged in flighta of comparable
handicaps and after the 26th a
match play round will be played
each week, matches to be com
pleted within that time or for
feited. Judging from past tournament
there will- be ..much interest
among the Elks. About 60 mem-'
bers Qualified last season, when
Foster Cone was in charge. Rex
San ford was the winner. He haa
departed from this vicinity so
that a new champion is sure to
be crowned at the end of the
P LOTS JT
DALLAS. April 9 Basketball,
letters were presented to the 1931
squad at an assembly yesterday.
These letters weYe the first of the
new standard letters. They were
a seven inch orange block D with
service stripes and a basketball
Inlaid on the D. All letters given
at Dallas will be this size with
the insignia of the sport inlaid.
. The letters were presented to
eight players including, one three
year lettermen and 2 two year ;
lettermen. These were Dwight
Webb, three years; David Moser
and "Dutch" LeFors, two years;
and Paul Forrette, William Ca
dle. Coy Minnicb, Fred Lewis,
aad Adalore Frack.i Out of thia
group Webb, Moser and Forrette
will graduate this year. '
DALLAS emei ou