PAGE EIGHT The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, January 16, 1932 It fl i COLUMBIA FIVE Score 47 to 20 Surprise; Same -'-Teams to Play - - In Salem Tonight; PORTLAND. Ore, Jan. IS (AP) Willamette "onlYersIty's basketball team defeated the Co lumbia . anlTerslty quintet, 47 to 20, here tonight. Tne lineups: - Willamette Columbia ScaleaKT;.;1... F...... 1 Hunt Benjamin IS. . . P. . . Rlehardsoa Kloostra S ..... C . 1 McCor mac Allen e. . .0. . . ... S Tlskal Kaiser 5 ....... G ..... . 1 Rossi Paber S....... S...... 2 Stone Rleke B ........ S . .'. 4 McCarthy Carpenter 2.... S. 3 Meyertholen Hartley 1......S:..... 4 Casey Referee, De Coman. The Bearcats surprised their friends by the decisire victory ot er Columbia in Portland Friday night after a mediocre showing in contests with independent teams earlier in the season. HoweTer it -was to be expected that Coach "Spec" Keene's green squad would imnrore and hints that it was about to find itself were seen in Thursday's practice session. - The same teams will meet in the Willamette gym tonight following a preliminary tilt between Willam ette's freshmen and Lincoln high of Portland at 7:30. 1 CHURCH GAMES ARE PLAYED Church A League W. L. Erangelical ........ S Jason Lee 2 Presbyterian 2 Prultland 2 First M. E ...1 First Baptist 0 B. League First Congregational. 3 First Christian ...... 3 American Lutherans . . 2 United Brethren ..... 0 Knight Memorial .... 0 Hval Decisions Albertson Despite a Game Rally by Local Boy in Final Round Kim Albertson lost a Close 10 round decision to George HTal of Portland at the armory Friday night, in spite of the fact that Kim made a strong comeback in the final round. - HTal appeared to be In better condition than Albertson, . who held the edge in the first four rounds, but from then on showed the effects of not having had a fight for several ...months. In, the fourth Kim (drove rights to Hval's head arid sunk his" left frequently In the Portland boy's stomach. Kim tired in the last part of each succeeding round until the ninth when he showed real fighting spirit and gamely ham mered blow for blow with HTal to an even round. In the tenth Kim had - the edge, throwing hard blows with both hands, but lacked the strength to place a knockdown punch. Buddy Ambrose also blossomed in the last two rounds of his six round mix with Shrimp McDon ald of Corrallls and came out lth a hard earned draw. Both stumbled and fell in pile about the. middle of the third round. This is the second time the two hare met and both times they have battled to draws. Spike Gorman of Salem won a four round - decision from Hank Brady of 8ilverton. Brady took the first round, but eould not stand up under the short solid punches he stopped in the suc ceeding rounds. Gorman floored him for nine counts in the third. Louie Nelson of Portland, an other of the boys from Tex Sal keld's stable, won a four round decision from Bobby Ambrose in popular battle. Bobby was down for the eount of five in the third round, but came back gamely and rested against the ropes for support in the final session while he hammered rights and . lefts like pistons to Nelson's head. Melrln Sorrell put Curley Brown away hastily in a sched uled four round-, curtain raiser which did not last a full round Pet 1.000 .667 .667 .667 .233 .000 1.000 .750 .667 .000 .000 First Methodist church hoopers moved into the win column in the hotly contested A league Fri day night, beating First Baptist 24 to 22. Harmon was the out standing star of the game. ' First Christian won from Knight Memorial 22 to 17 in an other closely fought game, with the Cooley brothers dominating the scoring. Summaries: P. Chris. (22) (17) K. Memor. Bruce Cooley 9 . F Burt is Byron Cooley 8 .F. . . . 11 Wetlon Ray. C,4 Miltonberger Klmple2. Q......2 Adams Berger 8 G Harriss First M. E. (24) (22) F. Baptist Harmon 12 F......6 Cross Balderee 6. . ... F. .6 Blatchford C..6 Satchwell 6 .... G ... . H46y G Hill way s..S Referee, Gribble. D. O. .3 Morley Morley Parker 1 King Swedes Will Reveal Hoop Game Tricks Aside from promising a basket ball game of great Interest, the appearance of Olson's Terrible Swedes against the Florshelms next Monday night in the Willam ette gym is taking on Importance as an educational feature a dem onstration of the best there is in baskebaU. The Swedes have been practi cally everywhere that basketball Is played, and they are all ex-college players who had enough profi ciency before starting on tour, that if anybody anywhere display ed any tricks that were worth copying, they undoubtedly have copied them. They have played under all the various rules amateur, American league, eastern two-hand dribble and incidentally between halves they will demonstrate the unusual two-band "frog" dribble, which has never been seen here before. In view of this feature of the contest, arrangements are being made by most of the high school basketball coaches In and near Sa lem to bring their entire squads to the game, so that they may see the latest tactics displayed. Incidentally the Sweed's roster does not indicate that all of them are exclusively of Scandinavian descent. C. M. Olson, the mana ger, is presumably Swedish, but listen to the lineup: Gus Babb. forward: Au-Amerl- can selection while at Pittsburgh Normal; height 6 feet 2. .Ted Simmons, forward; All-Il linois; height 5 feet 10. "Tiny" Barnard, center, All- Missouri; height 6 feet 7. Carl Eberhardt, guard; aii- Kansas; height 6 feet. Wayne Houdyshell. guard; Hays Teachers; height 6 feet. Kermlt Silverwood, forward; Kansas Aggies; height 6 feet r COJET EMTS (rgyr A CURTIS. Levinsk Moves Toward Top by Beating Uzcudun C CHICAGO, Jan. 15. (AP) King Levlnsky, Chicago's heavy freight threat, 4 continued his Tic lorlous march today by scoring i surprising- 10-round victory over the rugged Basque woodchopper, Paolino Uscudun, in the Chicago stadium. Levlnsky was, awarded the ver diet on a two-to-one basis, because lie out finished the Spaniard. Ret eree "Little Phil" Collins voted in favor of Levlnsky, 52 to 48, while one of the Judges did likewise The other Judge, however, voted In favor of a draw. The weather man is bo slack, er when it comes to helping out the Work Promotion committee. A little more enow and threH be a good supply of odd Jobe. Football season is over but Bob by Grayson still gets his picture in the papers now as leading man in a play. Doesn't anybody else attend Jefferson high? Begins to look as though the Chinese won't need any foreign Interference to protect their territory in Manchuria. Bridge, says a news dispatch. Is a 8100,000,000 business which furnishes a livelihood for at least 50,000 persons. It furnishes a chief occupation for anyway twenty-five million women. STATERS BEAT 1 33-31 TO Get big Lead, Then see It Dwindle to one Basket Margin at Windup CORY ALUS. Ore,, Jan. 15 (AP) Oregon State college open' ed its home basketball season -here tonight, defeating the University of Idaho. 33 to 21. in a Pacific Coast conference game. The score at the halt was 22 to 18 for the Beavers. The teams play again to morrow night. The Beavers at one time were leading 17 to f. but were unable to score again until the Vandals had boosted their total to 13. Early fn the second half, Ore gon state started dropping them In again and ran their eount to 23 before Idaho found the basket once 'more. Then " the visitors climbed rapidly to bring the count to 33 to 27 with only a few min utes, to go. The Bearers centered their attention on keeping Idaho out of scoring range but Grenler and Barrett broke through and counted each a field goal. Idaho (81) FG Barrett, F Hurley, F ...-. 1 Grenler, O .......... 4 Wicks, G 0 Lackey, G ..J Herman, G . . ..,-..-. 0 Parrish Five Winner Over Scotts Mills The Parrish lunior high basket- Cherrian Reserves Look as u "am u.pj bu salem men Good as Regulars 47-17 Victory in FT 1 1 1 1 2 1 PP t 0 t t 2 t Totals f 12 Oregon State (M) Pagans, F Merrill, F Lewis, C 5 e t e 2 ..........8 2 1 4 12 WOODBURN. Jan. II. The Salem high school basketball team trampled on Woodburn'a Bull dogs here tonight la much the same fashion as in the first game at Salem. 10 days ago, winning 4T to 17. The Bulldogs were outclassed all the way. Salem's first team lied up a 17-to-2 lead la the first period and then retired in faror of the second stringers who held sway for two quarters before the regulars went in again. The re serves scored Jnst about as rapid ly as the first team. The naif tune score was 25 to 7. Pickens, one of the reserves, was the high scorer of the game. with Bone one point behind. Ev ans and Pardy led in Woodburn'a game fight against odds. Salem's B team defeated Wood burn's 24 to t after taking a 16 to-3 lead-in the first half. Summary of A teams' game: Woodburn Salem D. Ramsdell 1 .F 7 Kelly Nelson 4 F. ...... .8 Bone Pardv 7 ....... O..... .T Barrel! Jackson I ....O f eanaiora Evans 1 O Sachtler Schwab ..... 8 Pickens Thomas 1 ...9 t Brownell Bovle . . . . t.- . . B oowuen Gearln S 4 Mosher S ;...Dobi Referee, Kgleston. TOGTJB FOR FTJB . PARIS (AP) -The vocne tor fur hag spread axea ta blouses. One of the smartest attefcuooa costumes has a tunic blouse a fine black broadtail. . ? sloa of the Inflated oval most of the game Friday alght to defeat Scotts Mills 21 to 7 on-the Parrish floor. This marks the sixth victory for Coach Frank Brown's undefeated Juniors. DeJardln opened the scoring with a field goal and Werts fol lowed with -a long shot. DeJardln broke through for a cripple and Coons added another point on" a free throw to give rarrlsh a 8 to 0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Coons and DeJardln gave back bone to the team and played good games at guard. Werts showed up better tonight and with a little more aggressiveness will make a first class center. Parrish led 18 to 2 at half time and finished the game by allow ing Scotts Mills only two field goals for the entire contest. Lineups: Parrish Scotta Mills Salstrom 2 F 2 Jayne Carter F...... Johnson Wlrts 6 C. 5 Thomas DeJardln 7 G Macy Coona 5 ...... . G Hosklns StlnkeC S.... H. Hoskln Referee, Manning. LAST BAY T - of this Oriental Rug ' 2 and 7:30 P. M. Today . No Such Opportunity Will Ever Again j be Available to the People of Salem! WE URGE YOU TO ATTEND TODAY till SHI AN CO. SALE BEING HELD AT 512 STATE STREET Near Capitol Theatre Davis, G .1 2 0 -w-y I-. . :::;:::! I 5 Dallas Piles Up Big Score In Basketball Totals 12 9 12 Referee, Emil Piluso, Portland; umpire, Scott Mllligan, University of Oregon. SWIMMING T Witham Out as Colorado Coach DENVER, Jan. 15. (AP) Coach of the University of Col orado's football teams for the last 12 years, Myron B. Witham today was relieved of the position by ac tion of the board of regents In re fusing to renew his contract. III ra Cougars Defeat Husky Hoop Five By Single Point The Salem high school swim ming team, which nas been show ing improvement In recent meets, will go up against the University blah of Eugene squad at the Y pool here at 2 o'clock this after noon. Coached by Paul Lafferty, University of Oregon star and for mer Salem high student, the Unl rerslty high swimmers are ex pected to put up a good fight for today's honors. Nine events are on the schedule for the meet. With the exception of the relays, each team will enter two men In each event. The events and Salem entrants will be as follows: Relay, 100 yards 1 Brownell, 2 C. Reed, 8 Wesley, 4 J. Reed. Breast, 40 yards C. Reed, B Parker. Dash, 100 yards W. Needham, 88, HIGH SCHOOL BASKKTUALL SCORES At Klamath Falls: Med ford Klamath Falls 28. At Portland: Forest Grove Roosevelt 20. At Tillamook! Nawberg 17, Til lamook 41. 18. I a DALLAS, Jan. IB Dallas high chool aerved notice that It will be an adversary to be feared in basketball circles this year, wnen Its team swamped Monmouth hlxh. last year's county and dis trict champions, 67 to 11 here tonleht. Dallas was ahead 26 to 8 at half time. Elliott was Dal las' scoring ace. The featnre of the came was m . . I a snot rrom center ovar ia mit ers and through the hoop by Wilson of Monmouth. The Dallas B squad beat the Monmouth B quintet 26 to 6 In preliminary game. Dallas plays J. Reed. Free style, 40 yards Brownell, Weslev. Back. 40 yards McQuald, J. Reed. Diving B. Armprlest, Houge. Freestyle, 220 yards Need- ham, Martin. Medley relay O. Reed, breast; McQuald. back: Brownell, free style. ' Water polo J. Reed, captain of five-man team. Salem substitutes Orwlg, Clark, Sexton. Chapel. Officials: Charles Gill, starter; Charles Perry, clerk; Bob Need ham, first judge; Darwin Calfee, diving judge: Wallace Hug. an nouncer: Phil Brownell. second Judge; Needham, referee and um pire. Corvallls here next Friday. Summary of A game: Dallas Uonmouth Mlnnlch 7 F......1 Schon LeFors 12 F. . . Wlnegar Elliott 18. ..... G.....1 Hlnkle Lewis 2.... ...... O 4 Little Fournler 8 G..1 R. MeKern D. Cadle 6. . .-. . 8 4 Wilson B. Cadle 4 S Robinson 8 .... 8 Pemberton 7 ... 8 Referee, Dwlght Adams. HOLLYWOOD Coming Sunday PULLMAN. Wash.. Jan. 15 (AP) Washington State college slipped from behind to defeat the University of Washington- 28 to 27 tonight in as fierce and spec tacular a basketball battle as these two ancient rivals have ever played. The university led at the half 17 to 16. 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