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'gh Wins iye A. Ibcxty
Peterson and Brown, Rival
Moundsmen, Also Star -In
Hitting Role ;
. ' CORVALLIS. 'Ore., April 17-
(AP) Oregon- SUte cones, won
- its first baseball . game- of the
season here todaj. defeating JV'H
lamette nnlTeraity, 7 to J.
The game wti pitchers bat
tl until th seventh, lnnlnr when
It turned ..into a free-bitting- af-
-fair. -Peterson, Willamette -piten
r ii credited with three hits
while Brown, Oregon SUte bart
er, concluded his performance by
blasting out a , home run.
The Staters made three double
plays. Both teams showed good
form and condition for early sea
" son. They will meet In a second
s game here tomorrow. . .
. ' R H E
Willamette 3 11 1
Oregon Stat 7 15 1
Peterson and Messenger;
Brown and Mack.
Coach Keene of the Willamette
team stated on his return from
Corrallis Friday night that he
would probably start Gretsch in
today's game. Gretsch pitched
fire scoreless innings against
Oregon Normal earlier this week
and appeared to bare plenty ot
"stuff" on the ball. Another
mound possibility today is Wood.
The game will start at 2:30.
Willamette rooters who accom
panied the team said Oregon
State was slightly fortunate in
that most of its hits were scratch
affairs while Willamette's were
clean driTes. The Girod brothers
contributed two each. Grayson
was Oregon State's star at the
In a special bowling match at
Winter Garden last night. McKay
Chevrolet pinmen outpointed the
Fleener Electric outfit by 65 pins.
Both teams' are entered In the
northwest" bowling tournament,
which will be held at Portland
April 24 to May 5.
The Elks club pinbusters will
meet the Bake Rite boys in an
other special next Monday night,
' also to get In trim for the big
Albany is scheduled to vie with
Salem on the local alleys Sunday.
Summary of last night's special
riJESKXa eubctuo co.
Bteiabock 188 184
' , 181 144 323
Kay 171 16 533
W.h-, , . ia Its K 55
1U1I in 17 190 551
Vieior -189 205 123 597
..929 931 891 . 351
Allen 15 157 506
.203 183 191 577
168 180 548
HaatoU . 99'. 179 SIS 618
rf ,- 146 107, 857
.1024 833 950 2806
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SAN FRANCISCO, April 17.
(AP) - Battling Dozier. fleet
footed bobbing negro of Wichita,
Kans., forcibly thrust himself In
to . the welterweight picture (to
night .when he gave Paulle Walk
er, of Trenton, N. J an , all
round beating In a ten round
bout at Dreamland auditorium.
SAN DIEGO, April lT.--(AP)
-Charlie Cobb, San Diego welt
erweight, stopped Johnny de
Marco, Boston, in . the second
round ot a scheduled ten-round
bout here tonight. , ' ' : '
YOUNGSTOWN, O., April 17.
TAP) Kasha Pall, Turkish
heavyweight wrestler, won the
last two falls to defeat Bull Mon
tana, Hollywood, tonight. Mon
tana won the first fall - in 17
minutes, but Pall took the sec
ond In eight minutes and . the
third" In. six. . ' v
KARRISBURG. Pa., April 17.
AP) Governor Pinchot to
day vetoed the bill of Rep. Na
thaniel E. . JaKe. Philadelphia,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEPARATE : SEALED PROPO
SALS tor - furnishing labor and
materials required tor. the full
completion, of- Excavation,' Gen'
eral Construction, " Heating,
, Plumbing - and Electrical Work
for a boys dormitory-to be erect
ed at the State Institution for
.., Feeble 51 inded, near alem. will
be opened by the Oregon State
Board -of Control at Salem," Ore
gon, at 11 -A.- M. Wednesday,
Apm zi, nil..
A -certified check or bidders
bond in the amount of 10 of
, the total bid, drawn to the order
of Carle Abrams, Secretary Ore
gon state Board or control, must
accompany the bid to guarantee
that the bidder will enter . Into a
contract and execute the reouired
bond.; Contractor will accept the
terms ol toe Workmen's Com pen
sation Act, unless other arrange
ments are made with the Board.
Plana and specifications may
be obtained from the Builders
Exchange, Worcester Bid.. Port
land. Oregon, and at th- office of
the undersigned. Contractors will
be required to deposit $15.00 for
set 'of general construction plans,
and $10.00 for each set of the
other plans, to Insure, the return
- of same, u - - . . T
The right is reserved to accept,
or reject, any or all bids or to
waive any Informalities In bids.
CARLE ABRAMS. Secretary.
Oregon State Board of Control
Capitol Bldg.. .
Gets 49 and
" CHEMAWA, - March 1 7. - By
being just a little better balanced
In track and field events than her
opponents,- Chemawa's i tracksters
were able-to walk, orr witn tne
triangular meet staged, here today
between Salem. 1 Silverton and
Chemawa-1 with s a total ,of 2
points, alem came second "with
43 and Silverton scored 14. .
Albert Miller and : Peter. Em
mons, both' Chemawa men, battled
It out for highest Individual point
honors. Miller won by the narrow
margin"" of two points. He" scored
Fair weather favored the con
testants as well as a large crowd.
Almost the entire Chemawa stu
dent body saw tbe meet. Once the
triangular got under" away the
events were run oft In good tiffie
without any waits or delays. The
three-way meet was of special in
terest here because It was the first
staged that anyone remembers.
Last season a single meet was
tared here, with Salem, when
only track events were run.
Though all the races were close,
the 880-yard relay brought out
mnni hnnti of enthusiasm, than
any other erent. ! Churchill, lead-
off man for the Redmen, gave his
team a. nice lead which was never
threatened but was close enough
for all three teamslo bring every
one in attendance to their feet.
iao.tiM dash: Emmons. Che
mawa; Miller, " Chemawa; Jones,
Salem. Time 10.04.
Mile run: J. Shepard, Salem; D.
Shephard, Salem; Booth,- Che
mawa. Time 4.40.
iin-varri dash: Graber. Salem:
Sanford, Salem: Williams, Silver
ton. Time 51.07.
880-rard dash! Cross. Salem;
Downing, Silverton; Olson, Salem.
22-yard dash: Emmons, Che
mawa; Dyer, Salem; Marsnau.
Silverton. Time 25.03.
120-yard hurdles: Goodfellow.
permitting 15 round professional
championship boxing bouts - in
Pennsylvania Instead of tne ten
round limit now permitted.
HOLLYWOOD.: CaU April 17.
(AP) Newsboy Brown of Los
Angeles. who i recently was
crowned California bantam
weight champion, pulled through
ten stiff rounds or mining to
nlrht with a i margin large
enough to justify his decision
over Raymond Mentaoya ot San
SPOKANE, Wash., April 17.
(AP) Don Fraser, Spokane
welterweight outpointed Jimmy
Britt. Bellingham, Wash., young
ster in a six round main event
boxing match here tonight.
W. u Pet. W.
Boiten s o l.ooo'muua. 1
St. L. 8
e l.ooomttib. i
1 . .750 ErtKAU 0
1 .66'iCtBei. ..0
N. T. 3
CHICAGO, April 17. (AP)
A home run In the seventh Inn
ing by Manager Rogers Horns
by gave the Cubs a 5 to 4 victory
over .the Pittsburgh-Pirates to
day. Two men were on base
when Hornsby hit his four bagger.-'-,
R H E
Pittsburgh. 010 000 021 4 13 1
Chicago .000 002 300 5 9 .0
Wood, Bednar and Henlsley;
Bush, Swertland, Smith and
Due tolRun to
. VALSETZ, April 17 There Is
to be a. special train, leaving In
dependence Sunday. April "19.
tor all -fishermen wishing to fish
in Valsets Sundav,
-The train will arrive In Val
setz at six o'clock, and will return
to Independence at six in the
evening. . - . ,
Gymkhana Shows Talent
Of Yv M. C; A. Gymnasts
The fi-st : annual Gymkhana
which was r presented at the T.M.
C. .A. last-night was Immensely
appreciated by the crowd in at
tendance. The ..program . will be
repeated tonight- so that more
people will have a chance to ob
serve the local .talent . which is
represented in the .various acts. .
, All of the acts went off well
and several of them looked equal
to 'professional i performers. The
Gymkhana is - a - new venture In
Salem and the quality of the acts
speaks well for Salem people who
have interested, themselves In un
usual . demonstrations. ; -
One of the beet features on the
program was a demonstration of
JIu Jitsu wrestling given by Jap
anese men - who live in Salem.
Unique heavy jackets were worn
and the point of all the holds was
self defense. . Don Hendrie and
Glenn Gregg gave an exhibition
of American , wrestling and fea
tured their ; match by speedy
maneuvers. Both are candidates
for the 1932 Olympic games.
The pyramid: building, parallel
bar work and elephant drill giv
en by Charley Gill's high school
tumblers proved very popular
with the crowd , as the boys per
formed with snap and precision
and presented t difficult stunts.
Fred Smith and George Fowler
climaxed the, eventful program
with beautifully executed com-
Salem; Wilder, Chemawa; third
place disqualified.' Time 20.01. .
220-yard low hurdlers: James,
Salem; Wilder, Chemawa; Fowl
er, r Salem. -Time 29.00. y"
'' BToad Jump; Emmons,' Chema
wa; G. PepIon, Chemawa; MUler,
Chemawa. Distance ,19 feet 10
Inches.' ;..;'..v':j : '
Sh"ot put: ' Miller,' ; Chemawa:
Kolln, Silverton; Little Swallow,
Chemawa.' 42 feet 5- Inches.
. High Jump: . Miller, Chemawa;
G. Peplon, Chemawa; Meehrs, Sa
lem." Height 5 feet Inches.
: Discus: Little 'Swallow, Che
mawa; Levay, Chemawa; Kolin,
Salem. Distance 142 feet 3 Inches.
Pole vault: Meehrs, Salem; Mil
ler, Chemawa; West, Salem. feet
4 inches..'" i, ' !.';' ' "" !
Javelin: Kolln, Silverton; Little
Swallow, Chemawa; Thomas, Sa
lem. Distance 142 feet 3 inches.
880-yard relay: Churchill, Wil
der, Miller, Emmons, Chemawa,
first; Dyer; James, Walts, Graber,
Salem, second; Kolln, Tweed,
Marshall. Thorkeldsen, Silverton,
third. Time 1.49.
8 TO 2
. Parrish junior high lost a base
ball game to Hubbard high 9 to 2
at Hubbard Friday afternoon in a
league game of the northern di
vision Marion county B league. :
The team was however slightly
improved over the first game
with Gervais and the fielding was
much better. Brownie Meyers was
also much better in his pitching.
The main trouble was that the
Parfish players could not hit the
Salstrom played a good game
at second base and got a beauti
ful hit. Parrish got six hits to
make two runs and Hubbard got
only seven hits to score nine runs.
The third inning proved fatal for
Parrish. With two out, the mud
dy field caused a fielder to slip
when an easy out was in pros
pect and the result was that four
runs came In before the drive was
stopped. Parrish will play Mt.
Angel here next Friday. I
10 TO S
WOODBURN. April 17 The
experienced Chemawa j Indian
school baseball teem proved too
strong for Woodburn high today
and won the game here 10 to 5.
It was a close game up to the fifth
Inning when the score was tied
at 5-all, but from then on Wood
burn booted the ball frequently
and the visitors forged ahead
Rerick, pitching his first game
for Woodburn, did exceptionally
well.' ..- ...';-;.
Chemawa's battery was especi
ally strong, Vivette striking out
12 batsmen and Meachem per
forming well In the pinches. The
game was the climax ot the high
school campus day here, j
Chemawa - Woodburn
Vivette -P. ....... .Rerick
Meachem .... c. ...... i .Gearin
Hall ........ lb. . . .A. presthus
Kalama . . . . . 2b. . . . , . . .Bueans
Alexander . . . .ss. . . . . . .Schooler
Thomas ..... ,3b. . .H. Presthus
Alexander ....If .Schwab
Corbett ...... cf ........ . Boyle
Masen . .. ... rf ...... E.Oberst
Votes Wet Bill
JUNEAU. Alaska, April 17.
(AP) A measure repealing the
territorial bone dry law was
passed late today by the ' house
by. a 10 to 6 rote. An accom
panying .memorial, asking con
gress to approve the action, was
alsov passed. ' ' " r
, -The two measures will now go
to the senate, tor action.-
binatlon tumbling which drew
loud applause from the crowd.;
Francis Lane and Walt . Eln
phelt performed on ' the f roller
skates In a manner which: would
be credible to any vaudeville per
formers" and went through some
breath, taking capers. They. were
good enough to be a show . in
The Preps and Cadets of the
T. M. C. A. gymnasium classes
gave ' dumbell - drills and -wand
drills and had remarkable tim
ing for youngsters. Roy; Mack de
lighted the crowd with piano so
los.'. ."' i ;: . .
: Rosa Lee Nensbaum proved
popular In a tap' dancing act and
it looked as . though there was
nothing her feet couldn't do. Miss
Jane. Lee, . Fred Smith. Milton
Taylor and George Fowler repre
sented White's School of Dancing
In presenting adagio. Ease and
gTacefullness marked ; this - act. ,..
Tonight at 7:30 the entire pro
uram will " be presented again.
The gymnasium Is large enough
to seat a large crowd and the
program will last a little less
than two hours. Loree Barbara's
orchestra furnished accompani
ment to last night's program and
pleased the crowd. The same or
chestra will be there to complete
tonight's progTam. The proceeds
of the Gymkhana go toward the
boy's summer camp fund.
Holds Alcos to Five Hits
-While Team Mates get
: Eight; Score 5-3 .: .
It took 11 hits for Salem high's
baseball team to defeat Albany
high S to J Friday afternoon on
Olinger field. - - Albany touched
Bowden up for five hits. v .. .
. In the first inning Kitchen led
oft for Salem and got to first base
on a hit and then progressed to
third on a single by Craig. A
sacrifice by Foreman brought
"Squee" in for the first run of
.The red and black had a big
Inning in the third and scored
three runs. Kitchen who got fonr
hits out of five times at bat,
started the third Ining off with, a
three base bingo which traveled
out over the head of the left field
er. Craig -ot on second by the
shortstop's error and Kitchen
scored on the same play. Foreman
then potted a fly to the right field
er and Craig advanced to third
on the play. As Bowden ground
ed out, Craig romped across the
home plate and the basest were
cleaned with two down. : ;.
Mel Van Cleave did not seem
satisfied to let things rest just
there and from ' a port-sided
stance rocketed a grounder to the
first baseman which proved to be
too hot to handle and bounced
from the first Backer's shins to
deep right field and permitted Van
Cleave to make It a three base
hit. Scheibner then drove anoth
er grounder through the short
stop to score Mel.
In Last Inning
'Albany made a spurt in the last
Inning and shoved across two
runs and ended with two men on
base. Bowden pitched a good
game throughout and while a bit
wild occasionally, always came
through when good pitching was
needed and allowed only five hits
and gave but four , walks. Bow
den's pitching wavered in the
ninth however and be loaded the
bases by hitting Grady and walk
ing Long and Mitchell. Grady
scored on Dooley's hit to the pitch
er which was too hot to handle
and Long came In when Rupert
grounded out at first.
' With two men on bases, enough
to tie up the game In the ninth,
Bowden settled down and struck
out the last man, making a total
of 11 men fanned. McCaffery'
dropped the ball on the last,strike
and the Albany supporters grew
excited while "Pete" was running
in circles trying to find the ball,
but he glomed onto it In time to
throw his man out at first.
. The Salem high defense was
much better than In the opening
game against ; Woodburn. Kitchen
and Foreman did some nice field
ing and Kitchen's whip peg to
first showed up especially well.
Bowden canght one Albany play
er napping on second base and
burned a peg to Foreman putting
the runner "on the spot."
Albany B B H K
McCrary, ss 5 0 1 1
Whitney, If ........4 010
Merritt. lb .4 0 1 0
D. McCrary, cf 4 0 0 9
Grady, c ....2 10 0
Long. 3b 3 10 0
Mitchell, rf 3 0 O 0
Dooley. 2b 4 0 2 0
Rupert, p .......... 3 1 0 0
Totals 323 5 1
Kitchen. 2b 5 2 4 0
Craig, If ..........5 11 1
DE MAR FATHER TIME'S RIVAL
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' f .. iPftSTitaa At HomqAeter. I l t3
i from all accounts Pheidippides, the Greek, who carried the good news
i from Marathon to Athens in 490 B. C was a youth. History does not
' rtate his age but he must have been a young fellow because he dropped
dead on his arrivaL - Had be been a comparatively old fellow like
Clarence De Mar, for example, he would probably still be running. De
Mar recently celebrated his forty-third birthday by training for what
: be hopes will be his eighth Boston Marathon victory on April 19th. Ac- -claimed
the rreatert Marat honer of all lime De Mar won the event in
1911, 1922, 1923. 1924, 1927, 1928 and 1930. A victory this year
will mark the twentieth anniversary of his first and all Massachusetts
is rooting for the "Old Man of Melrose," but none more ardently than "
his bride of a year, -
' 'Met oar old friend Red Ra- .
, pert yesterday. He's moved
from the sticks back into Al
bany, bnt ismt interested in
. semi-pro ball this' year ' In
tact, Albany - Isn't - going to
', have any semi-pro ball tbis '
season according to present In .
dlcaUons. All the interest will
be . diverted to the twilight
brand. . . 1
What brought Clyde the Great
over here was the fact. that", his
husky son who was just a wee
shaver a . couple ot years ago
when Red was piloting the Alcos,
has blossomed out : into . a real
curve : ball pitcher and was on
the mound for Albany high In
the game against Salem . high.
Sonny's . team lost' bnt then, . as
Red probably thought to himself
on the way home it he didn't say
it aloud, that , wasn't all Sonny's
f ault. - Quite a tew bobbles be
Al Brown gained a' notch on
Andy .Peterson Friday. - Spec
ought to tie mp those boys of
his when he hears there's
; flank day approaching. . Trou
ble is, nobody knows bnt two
or three members of the class
' and one faculty member. '
- More indications that the
Ducks can fight hanging on for
14 innings despite a couple , of
Acorn rallies, and winning out
LIBERTY, April 175 The Lib
erty Grange baseball team is
planning to play Its first league
game with Union Hill Grange
team Sunday at Union Hill.
There are six teams In the
Grange league and a trophy is
offered to the winning team.
The schedule is as follows:
April 19 Union Hill at Union
April 2 Silverton Hills at
May 3 Ankeny at Ankeny.
May 10 Monitor at Liberty.
May 17 North Howell at
May 24 Union Hill at Lib
erty. May 31 Silverton Hills at
June 7 -Ankeny at Liberty.
June 14 Monitor at Monitor.
June 21 North Howell at
NORTH HOWELL, April 17
North Howell grade baseball
team played the Gervais grades
Tuesday afternoon on the North
Howell field and won by a score
ot 17 to 11.
Foreman, ss 5 01 0
Bowden, p 3 0 0 0
Van Cleave, cf 3 1 1 0
Scheibner. rf ......4 0 2 0
Perrine, lb ........4 0 0 0
Mason. 3b ...4 0 0 1
McCaffery. c 3 12 0
Jensko, cf 0 0 0 0
Ramp, 3b .10 0 0
Totals 35 5 11 2
Umpire, Frisco Ewards.
V" -r-Jv. "o .
IN 14 IBS
House Pitches Nicely far
1(T Cantos, Walters '
(Domes to Rescue
- OOAIT XSAOT7B "
' W. I ft. , W. U. Pet'
Loa'A. T 4 .SOajOmkl. . S 6 '."455
Ke't T . 4 .68S
6 r. 5- S : -.455
Scttti I S .278
. OAKLAND, CL, April 17. "
AP) After sUging . two differ
ent rallies . to overcome leads of
the Portland Ducks, the Oaks fi
nally went down to a 9-to-l de
feat when tbe visitors bunched
four hits in. the 14th Inning for
3 runs. --- , -
i A single , past third by Tex
Wuestling with the bases full
broke np the C-to-0 tie in - the
14 th and another single by Wood
all added the third run of the In
ning. Andy House pitched for the
Ducks until the 10th, when John
ny Walters went to his rescue and
blanked the Oaks the rest of the
route. . - . -
Angels Hare Eye ' ''
' LOS ANGELES, April 17.
(AP) After hammering Jim Tur
ner for eight runs in two innings,
the Los Angeles baseball club col
lected six more off Johnny Bray
in the remaining seven frames to
win their third straight game
from I Hollywood, 14 to 4. The
series now stands 3 to 1 In favor
of the Angels.
"- i-.U- ... .' R. II. E.
Los Angeles.. ...... .14 17 0
Hollywood.......... 6 9 1
Yerkes, Hermann and Camp
bell; Turner, Bray and Bassler,
Seals Get Even
SAN FRANCISCO, April 17.
(AP)- The San Francisco Seals
evened the series with the Mis
sions here today, taking the en
counter by a score ot 7 to 1. A
third-Inning rally in which the
Seals collected seven consecutive
singles for u total of five runs was
the deciding factor. Sam Gibson
pitched steady ball tor the Seals,
allowing seven scattered hits.
! R. H. E.
San Francisco ........ 7 17 0
Missions 1 .7 2
Gibson and Penebsky; Cole,
Lieber, Darrough and Brenzel.
; Rolons Take Series
SACRAMENTO, April 17. .
(AP) Sacramento captured the
Seattle series In straight heats
herea today when It defeated the
tribe' for the fourth straight time,
6 to 4. An eighth-inning rally in
which the winning runs were forc
ed over by Pitchers Lamanski and
Bonnlll decided the seesaw game.
It was the sixth straight victory
for the Solons.
R. H. E.
Seattle 4 11 0
Sacramento 9 2
Pege, Lamanski, Bonnelli and
Gaston, Botterini; Freitas and
Portland Box Score
Portland B R H PO A E
Berger, 1 .... .5 1 110 1
Williams, m. 7 0 2 3 0 0
Robertson, 2. 7 1 3 7 3 0
Hale. 3..... 5 3 0 2 6 0
Fenton, 1 ... 7 2 3 18 1 0
Coleman, r .. 6 2 3 5 0 0
Wuestling, s. 7" 3 0 10 0
Woodall. c .. 7 0 3 5 3 0
House, p.... 2 0 0 1 1 0
Walters, p .. 3 0 1 0 0 0
Totals .:. .58 9 19 42 :
Oakland B R H PO
Dean. 2 .... 7 0 17
Uhalt, m .... 7 1 4 7
Moore, s .... 7 0 2 4
Dondero, 3 . . 7 0 1 0
Reese, r ... . 51 1 4
Powers, 1 ... 7 " 2 3 2
Stevenson, 1. 4.--0, 2 8
Read, e ..... 4 1 2 5
Daglla, p ... 2 11 0
Hurst, p 4 0 0 0.
Brubaker 1.0. 1 0 .
Wade .... 10 .0 0
Anton. 1 .... -1 0 0 4
Deberry, c . . .1 .0 0 1
Totals ..'..58 18 42 18 0
.Batted for Stevenson in 9th. ;
Batted for Read in 9th. ;
Portland. 100 004 000 100 03 9
i Hits . .110 114 110 300 2419
Oakland-. 100 020 110 100 00 6
HiU . .100 v41 331 211 0118
' Tnrtnir, 4itrhPf1 hr Hani lQ1"
Daglla 4 plui. Credit; victbrr; to
At bat off t House 42, Daglia 22.
Hits batted off House 14, Daglla.
8. Runs scored off House 5, Dag
lia S." - Runs responsible; for.
House ' 5, Daglla 5, Hurst 4.
SUuck Out by House 3, Walters
2, . Hurst 4. Bases on balls off
House 1, Daglia 2,-Hurst 2. Stol
en base, .Reee'e. "Three-base hit,
Uhalt. Home run,- Berger. Two
hanA - hits.-- Robertson. Fenton.
Xoleman, Dondero, Reese. 1 Sacri
fice hit. House. Runs natteo in,
Berger, Moore, Daglia, Uhalt 2,
Fenton, Coleman 3, Wuestling 2,
Stevenson, Wade, Woodall. Dou
ble plays, Moore to Dean to Ste
venson. Wuestling to Robertson
to Fenton. Time, 3:00. Umpires,
Cady and Casey.
In Ten Innings
PULLMAN, Wash.. April 17
(AP) -Washington State college
baseball- team defeated Whitman
college. 4 to J In a ten Inning
game today. , .
; Oscar Jones, Cougar hurler,
who pitched good ball for ten in
nings, -won his own game with a
long single that scored Koster,
who had walked ahead of him.
MONMOUTH, April 17 Un
precedented Interest was mani
fest ..this week In volleyball at
the Oregon Normal school, when
Junior and- senior teams were
chosen on the basis of ability to
serve,', and to. set up .and smash
'the ball. ". Four practice nights'
activities were observed by the
judges,.; Miss r Top,. 1 Miss Kirk,
Hazel Jean Woodward,' and Lois
Lucas.,.. . . ' L ' l -T, . .' ---
. The . teams .are, . senior, firsts:
Alleaa '-Beauregard,? Haxel : Jean
Woodward,.' Flossie Watkins,"' Jo
sephine Hardie. Ethel Burch.
Dorothy Walter. Reserves:
Gladys Plummer and Emma Jean
Tiffany. . Second team: Bernice
Forbes, Harriet Mattechuk, Edna
Goodknecht, Claire Elliott, Ber
nice Wlnegar, . Ruth . Plank. Re
serves:. Lois Food and Verna
Warren. Third team: Ethel La
Lone. Irene Goyette, Olive Olson,
Betty. La wden, "Dorothy .Throop,
Oslo Tucker. . Reserves: Mildred
Loom is, Dorothy Dutton, . Ida
Zacker. "... . . ' -
Junior first! team: Lois Lucas,
Madeline Riley, .Wilma, Ahnaia,
Margaret ' Lewis, Nadlne Mason,
Lena Dunrud. . Reserves: Elda
Gilliam and Lovine Wilson. Sec
ond team: Juanfta Bishop, Fay
Beehler, . Odelpha Hospins, Helen
LaMar. Reserves: " Jean Goebe
and Isobel Taylor. Third team:
Mary DeSantis, Mary Shaw, Wan
da Sosnick, Bessie Weeks, Bar
bara Nelson, , Harriet Brabham.
Reserves: Florence Boatman,
Mildred Simpson, Lenor Lawther.
By Late Rally
MONMOUTH, April 17 Mon
mouth high school nosed out a
victory over Dallas high on the
diamond here today, 5 to 4. It
was 4-all in the. seventh inning,
which is the last In Polk county
league games.; Hockema drove in
the winning run with nobody out
and tbe bases loaded. Tbe game
was played on the normal school
Batteries: Monmouth, Hinkle
and Jones; Dallas, Hibbard and
McCann. " , i
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NEW YORK, April 17 (AP)
The business of gaining -con-.
trol ot Primo Carnera, now that '
the man mountain has been turn
ed back into circulation by the
New York state athletic commis
sion,, progressed rapidly today in
the direction of Jimmy. Johnston.
The . dapper little, Englishman,' ,
who has stepped out of the fight,
managers', ranks to harass Madi-son-Square
Garden with; the ntcst
serious promotorial ..opposition
since. Jthe, feud of Humbert Fug
axy.and the. 'late Tex RIckard,
buxxed .briskly- about- the. fight
marts clinching his, hold on the
V ast" Venetian. - . -
Madison Square Garden' has
Carnera tied to a contract to meet
the winner of the July 3 heavy
weight title match between Max
Schmeling and Young Strlbling
in Cleveland. But Jimmy has as
sured the Italian fighter he will
reveal at- the proper time legal
loopholes in the-document so
wide that even a Carnera can.
squeeze through. - ---- -
Johnston's plans have reached
the point where he intends to
bring Jack .Sharkey to New York
April 27 to sign contracts along
with Carnera for a fifteen round
bout at Ebbets Field on or about
June 10.. The boxing fathers have
Indicated they will approve this
match for tbe heavyweight title '
they removed recently from
Schmeling's brow. , , '
Breaks Five of
His Own Marks
LAWRENCE. Kas., April 17
(AP) Wilson (Buster) Charles
Oneida Indian, jumped to the
forefront as America's prospect
ive 1932 Olympic all-round star
today In the first half ot the Kan
sas relays decathlon competition
by bettering five marks h made
in winning the national A. A. U.
decathlon crown last year.
The fleet, versatile Indian
youth, showing his improved
prowess under ideal conditions,
set up a point total of 4,372.765
in the . first five events, leaving
him In an advantageous position .
to better the world record of 8.
053.290 established by Paavo
Yrjola of Finland In the 1928 '
Olympic games at Amsterdam. , ,