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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thnrsdjiy Morning, March; 10, 1932
ITS FINAL TEST
Will Play no More Games
J In Week Intervening
Coach Hollis Huntington; has
announced the eight players who
will Represent Salem -high as dis
trict! number seven in the Oregon
state high school basketball tour
nament at Willamette university
next! week.: . '
f Salem , high representing dis
trict seven, and the winner of dis
trict six, which will probably be
North Bend or Marshfleld. will
i be the last teams to swing into
action in the tournament, meeting
next 'Wednesday night at 9:30.
In addition to the rgeular five
players, each team Is allowed to
enter three substitutes or alter
nates for-play In the tournament.
Huntington announces that the
regular team of Bone and Kellv
forwards, Burrell center and San
ford and Sachtler guards will be
entered. The other three men who
-get the call are Drownell, Engle
and Perrine. Brownell is a center,
Engle a guard and Perrin9 a for
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No more games will be played
by Salem high before entering
the tournament, though strenuous
practices will continue this week
to avert a let down. Next week
the practices will taper off and
Huntington believes he can bring
his team into the tournament in
the right physical condition and
proper mental frame of mind,
i Huntington says his team is
weaker In some respects than it
was last year, but some observers
are of the opinion that it is as
strong or stronger. Foreman and
Kitchen are the men who will be
missed most. Foreman was a good
scorer and Kitchen a wonderful
i However Bone is better than
' last season and Sanford Is also
hitting a better stride, being ran
gier and smoother than last year.
Mark. Sachtler has been playing a
better; game this season than he
did last and in spite of a' recent
illness,-will probably be back in
good i condition for the tourna
ment.) !- At center Salem high is strong
er on offense and weaker on de
fense, j Barrell has developed into
a strong offensive man and has
set up a good scoring rectrd this
season. He Is strong and capable
of playing a hard game clear
through. However he is not quite
p to standard on defense.
t The) reserve men are good, par
ticularly Brownell and Engle. En
. gle could be used at any time
without spoiling the workings of
the team and Brownell is a good
player) for a Quarter or longer.
Perrine was out of practice for six
weeks during the season and has
not had much work with the team
but Is a good shot.
t The Salem high men feel con
fident of their ability to make a
strong bid for the championship.
However the teams on the side of
the bracket with Salem are no set
ups, ! particularly Corvallia and
Klamath Palls, both composed of
H o rr loo t BitintaT
', The Cuckoos beat the Eagles,
10 to I in Wednesday noon's Par
rish league backetball game.
Burrell 2 . .
Miller 1.. .
Stiff. .. J . ,
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. .; Plllette
... 1 Griffin
Tnnndar. Ifsxen la
KOAO MO Kfj CarrsIU.
7; 00 Good aorsing meditation, led by
D. John 8. Bona.
?"15 Betting np exercises, directed 1j
1 Mis Louise Boechen.
: SO Organ concert by Byron Arnold.
iv:voiini econgmica observer.
10 :0S Tomorrow' Meals.
10: IS food Facts and fancies.
X0:S3 Hew' sad Why' el Hoasekeep-
10:47 The Varailn Reek.
11:00 The home garden: "Water Gar-
! dens." Fred Baser, Jr.
11:00 Tana hoar. .,-
11:10 In the. day's new.
IS : Karat fir Protection," L. B.
18:35- Market reports, crop snd west.
v f or loreeatt.
S -.00 Homemaker hour.
8:05 Osing Oregon Products: "Freak.
r raits. " Mrs. Jessamin WU-
t:S0 English language: "Usage," I
I B. Baldwin.
:0 Farm hoar.
:11 In the day new.
):$ Spot mark at report, crop, snd
'It weather forecast. ,
:50 Market review heps, livestock,
- ft range ' end pas tare notes - and
- . dried nranee. ,
T;10 With the poultry flock. Prefer
t- sor A. ?. Lean. .
T:10 The home garden: "Gardes
' Maintenance," Professor A. - L.
" V : Peek.
:0O National Collegiate player.
T" I'XOW 420 Xo Portland '
?:15 Organ concert, NBC
Ssoe Masical intertoee.
S:1S Singing string. NBC
:S0 Cooking school.
10,00 Woman? Magasiae, WBO.
11:45 Shakespearian play, NBC.
11:15 Perm and Bern hour, "BC
1 :80 Town Crier.
:0 Wa. Hard, NBC.-
8:80 The World Today, NBC -.
S :4S Tea Time Basaar.
:00 Amos n' Andy.
11:00 PortUader. r, - '
! RADIO SERVICE
Best equipped shop in Salem
. DAT OR NIGHT CALLS
Day "Ho, Night 5608 or 7794
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Peckinpaugh Looking for
Shortstop; Otherwise His
Young Indians Look Good
By RALPH WHEATLEY
NEW ORLEANS, March 9.
AP) "My kingdom for a short
stop," walls Roger Peckinpaugh.
manager of-the Cleveland Indians
and one of the greatest shortstops
in his day the game has ever
known. . . . .
For four years. Peck says, he
has been looking for a shortstop
but can't find one.
"What, a shortstop like you
can't develop one?" he was asked.
"Boy. you don't make short
stops. They have to be born. Tou
don't hear of - Walter Johnson
bringing out any second Walter
Johnsons, do you?"
: So Peckinpaugh has decided to
raise one. He expects his 18-year-old
son, now burning up the sand
lots at short, to take over the
tricky post for the Indians some
Manager Peckinpaugh expressed
Presbyterial and Evangelical,
the A league entries, prevailed in
the opening games of the Church
league playoff, Presbyterian de
feating Congregational 41 to 30
and Evangelical nosing out First
Christian 25 to 24 in an over
Barqulst scored the three
points made by Evangelical In
the overtime and Kimple made
two points for the losers.
The second round of games
Will be played tonight to avoid
conflict with spring opening.
Presbyterian will play First
Christian and Evangelical will
Congrega. (30) (41) Presby.
Harrison 15 F 9 Hale
WhltUngton 4. .F. . .16 Hageman
Thomas 11 C 6 Nelson
Gingrich G .... 8 Beechler
Nelson G 2 Rense
1st Chris. (24)
... 2 Bewley
Br. Cooley 12. . .
By. Cooley 6 . . .
G . .
. . 4 Maves
. 3 Clutter
PLAY IT CHIA
CHEMAWA. Mar. 9 The high
school basketball championship
of Oregon for Indian teams will
presumably be at stake here
, Thursday night, although no such
title has ever been recognized.
The Chemawa Indian school quin
tet will meet the fast stepping
Grand Ronde team.
These teams were to play at
Grand Ronde tonight and come
back here for the second game
of the series Thursday night.
Grand Ronde is reported to have
vrnnn nt nlnvprn who h&VA been
working together since grammar
school days, and is believed plan
ning to do some upsetting.
A preliminary game will be
played at 7 p. m. between the B
team of Chemawa and -Salem
high, which have already played
twice with Salem winning both
times but in neither case by
more than two points.
Win in Class
Taking six first and two sec
ond places, the high school senior
girls yesterday won the lnteiylass
swimming meet held In the T. M
C. A. pool. Sophomores were sec
ond and juniors third.
According to Coach Esther Ar
nold, : the. performance ;of all en
trants showed the results of ser
ious practice. All three teams
WATCH for tiats
banner. It IdentlHesi
the flneat uniform
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satisfaction With the rest of his
team, and believes theyhave good
Under present plans, the Indians
of 1932 will be the same Indians
in name as those of 1931 with per
haps about four young pitchers
added to the roster. j "
Peckinpaugh believes Eddie
Montague will be a better short
stop this season than last 1 and
might develop suddenly Just as
Joe 'Cronln did. Joe and Eddie
were boyhood playmates in ! San
Francisco and dnring the winter
Joe has been telling Eddie all he
knows about being a shortstop.
Right now four minor league
pitchers are attracting attention
at the camp. They are Monte Pear
son and Howard Cragbead, from.
Oakland of the Pacific Coast
league; Oral C. Hlldebrand, from
Indianapolis of the American as
sociation, and Belve Bean of New
were evenly matched.
Freestyle relay, 160 yards
sophomores first, juniors second.
Time 1:18. i
Racing back relay 100 yards
sophomores first, seniors second.
Side stroke relay, 190 yards
seniors first, sophomores second.
Breast stroke relay, 100 yards
i seniors first, Juniors second.
Swan dive seniors first, soph
omores second. !
Jack knife dive juniors first.
Optional dive seniors first,
Dive for distance sophomores
first, seniors second. Distance 37
Underwater swim juniors first.
seniors second. Roberta Johnson
swam 105 feet, Anoka Coates 95
feet and Marion Ross, sophomore.
The seniors won the original
stunt event with a floating accor
dlan. Officials were: Muriel White,
Ruth Vers tee g and Mrs. Ada
Boardman, with Coach Arnold In
Team members: Seniors Eil
een Moore, Anoka Coates and
Danna Bishop; Juniors Doris Hi
day, Roberta Johnson, Barbara
Walker, Rachel Yocom, Martha
Sprague and Grace Peters; soph
omores Marion Ross, Catherine
Headrick, Joyce Albee, Betty Ab
rams and Frances Jirak.
MS OVER DALLAS
DALLAS, March 9 The Dal
las city basketball team, state
champion by virtue of victory In
the tournament held at Portland
last weekend, lost to Multnomah
club of Portland here tonight 40
to 31. The local team was "away
off" and enthusiasm about going
to the northwest tournament was
not so keen as it has been recent
ly. Multnomah led 20 to 15 at half
. 17 Yandle
. . 12 Jones
. . 2 Relmer
. . . . Ingram
McBee 7 F.
Vaughn 4 F.
Webb 2 C.
Uglow 6 G.
Griffin 7 G.
Shelton 4 S.
Voth 1 S
Fred Paul New
Fred Paul. Willamette univer
sity student, last night was elected
president of the Black Dragons
Red Cross lifesavlng corps, at a
meeting at the T. M. C. A. Esther
Arnold was elected vice-president,
Anoka ' Coates, secretary-treasurer;
R. R. Boardman, advisor;
Charles Gill, captain; Maxle Lang
ford, first mate, and Vernon Gil
more, second mate-. The corps now
has 19 members. - !
. I The group decided to hold a
party at the Langford home, 525
; nrnti-Iuk Bon-prJ
; , cxlmu CmUn ever
. offered . . . mi . . J
Preparing for Hill Relays
With Emphasis Placed
On Medley Event . . . . .
The Salem high , track team Is
working out regularly and Coach
Vernon Gilmore will try to round
the crew Into shape to enter the
Hill Military Academy Indoor re
lay meet March 24.
The medley relay will be work
ed on particularly by Salem as
the chances seem best In It. At
the meet there will be a tour mile
relay, a two mile relay, one mile
relay, shot put relay and the med
In the medley relay Waltz will
run the 440, Cross the half mile,
Dave Shepard the mile and per
haps Fllslnger or Paul Brown the
290 yard distance. Cross has de
veloped since last year and has
lengthened his stride without los
lng any of his power.
. Coach Vernon Gilmore will not
enter any shot put relay team as
the showings made In that event
have not been generally good this
season. One exception to this is
Moody who is coming along fine.
However lour good men are re
quired for a relay.
Large Squad Will
Vie for Selection
About 45 men have already
started working out for track and
Coach Gilmore expects that many
more to Join the squad in the near
future. He is checking the gym
nasium classes closely fox avail
Sanford,. Kelly, Engle and Mosh-
er will Join the track squad after
basketball season and add con
siderable strength to the sprints
Mosher made a good start at the
broad jump last year and is now
larger and faster.
The high jumpers are showing
improvement this season and are
now going as high or higher than
those of last season did. Baker,
Burgoyne, Morley and one entrant
from Leslie are showing plenty of
promise In that event.
. Gilmore expects a better team
this season than the one last year
and a beter balanced team as
there are men of fair ability In
almost all the events. Competition
will , doubtless be stronger than
last season so. Gilmore Is partic
ularly anxious to get the best tal
ent In school out for the sport.
Leslie street, at 9 o'clock Satur
day night. The next business
meeting will be held on April 4
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All good styles and good fab
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- to close out ,
The entire balance of stock every suit
remaining all fine makes, good fabrics.
Values to $35.00 to close out . . . .
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Fine Broadcloth Rayon, all colors. A very
exceptional bny. at or
this low price JwC
8 for IjOO
Ex. Fine Chalmer's Unions, finest mercer
ised. Reg. Val. to 1.T5. 1 1 C
Now to close out AelJ.
Cant-Bust-'Bm Cords, heavy wt. Some
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A Real Cord for Real Wear aC07
All good patterns In
fabrics. Val. to 5.00.
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'4. Now to close . out ,t VT. , .
-2 t Pr. to a customer
Be Here Friday and Saturday-
V for These Great Savings
Day and Nlles Ladies won two
games from Holmes Grocery and
Shrock Indian Service won two
from Pacific Telephone in States
man league bowline Tuesday
night: CUne held high series, Sis,
and Yarn ell high game, 221.
Lessor ... 140 1S . 1S7 513
Whit 20 1S5 ISO 551
Btret is in 461
Atkins 14S 166 304 (06
-S CSS 744 S041
DAT AK9 Wruta XJLDXX1
CUne 171 111 SOS 5
Pealin 199 111 1S9 510
Dnrhim 117 11 111 ddl
Bailey 175 SOS 171 S54
.733 69S 695 3110
Larson 174 175 ISO
Howell i 17S 150
LeffingweU 155 15S
Allison 180 314 198
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sHjtocx nrsiAjr axmrxes
Yaraell 194. 321 581
Mask it 183 177 496
Boardman 139 140 166 445
Shrock 161 185 178 544
.673 651 743 2066
Following are singles scores
previously unreported In the state
nt held last j
190 251 600
145 142 473
151 181 617
154 184 556
175 234 578
155 156 523
199 161 550
138 196 40
191 183 512
205 157 542
162 186 502
197 200 657
204 170 544
204 197 590
168 2S5 638
305 179 639
189 179 548
201 22 628
203 204 685
224 200 618
89 179 465
155 318 559
169 SOS 623
177 171 540
203 193 678
167 199 650
313 194 623
185 173 673
"107 308 691
175 203 586
180 237 670
229 186 623
169 178 648
200 168 583
323 166 597
191 170 537
186 167 675
194 383 643
181 177 679
182 358 631
175 126 490
198 194 623
164 170 620
139 145 545
173 186 541
301 186 565
191 177 83S
188 164 654
156 200 551
207 204 599
New colors, new fabrics
MS OP GOLF
CLUB RETAINED 'gnrs
Swimming Tank Plan Makes
Progress; Greens Fees
Will be Lowered -
Ercel Ksyv president; Graham
snarkey. nee president and sec
retary, and D. W. Eyre, treasurer.
were reelected unanimously to fill
those offices. In the Salem Golf
club when the directors met this
1 Estimates on the cost- of in
stalling an outdoor swimming
tank near the clubhouse were pre
sented and the project was looked
upon favorably by the directors.
Definite action awaits a few more
The directors voted to reduce
the greens fees by instituting an
"all day rate, and also through
a greens fee ticket book which
will cost less than separate pay
Guy V. Smith was elected unan
Imously as team captain, and It is
expected that he will have some
activity. ready to announce with
in a few days.
The swimming tank, if install
ed, will be 25 by 75 feet in di
mensions and will be the only
outdoor tank using purified water
in this vicinity. Directors of the
club were of the opinion that the
innovation would be much appre
ciated by members for their own
use and especially for the younger
generation who would be safer
there under supervision than
swimming in the river or else
By 41-33 Score
Johnson's Swedes defeated the
Company B National Guard bas
ketball team Wednesday night at
the armory, 41 to 22, despite the
highly effective marksmanship of
Van Lydegraf of the soldier team
who tossed in nine field goals.
Bealt of the Swedes came within
one of equaling that performance
and had better support.
Co. B Swedes
Cross 6 P Iff Beall
VanLydegraf 20. F. . .4 Stockwell
VanVleet 2. . . . .C. . .10 Bowden
Sevlck4 G West
Meyers ..G S Grannls
Ties, all colors. Many ij
sold np to 1.00. Kow. tuC
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Our Windows .
1 Lot Pullovers 4k Coat styles. Many all wool
in various eolors A Val. to 1.00. 1 aa
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Fine Linen Hdkfs white. Reg. sold at fc
25c and a very flue Hdkf. Now....- XaTsC
HATS 1 Lot
4fc Mallory -Finest fnaiity bearer
Reg. 10.00 values.
MDFORD. Ore- March 0.
(AP) Medford JUgh school's
basketball team defeated Pboe
alx, 44 to IS, today to wis the
soartbern Oregtm district title.
And so good old Roaring: Med
ford will be with us again. We've
missed yon, boys. .-
Kews eocnee oat of Madison,
Wl, thai the athletic comacil
of the University of Wisconsin
Is aasilns for Doe Spears h i
cocor . to Glenn Thistle.
thwaite. 8 Dear nam txaxa't
seard n word a boot It- Another
of those nndercroamd things
ahont which 'no authentic dope
to bo available.
But we wouldn't be surprised if
pears wouia nesrken to such a
call, in view of the uncertainty
surrounding Oregon's educational
setnp. Wonder who'd succeed him?
Billy Reinhart ought to get the
Job if there's any Justice. . He's
been chief assistant to four or five
high -powered men already and
ought to know all the tricks by
now and especially all the things
not to do.
The fine weather (some
times) U bringing oat raft of
golfers these days. The season is
at hand, even though some of
the real falthfnl haven't ever
conceded that the last
Strange competition will face
the Salem high school swim
squad 2 o'clock Saturday after-
.AVE Money, Lots
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noon. They will paddle and plunge
against the Vancouver, Wash.,
high team in an eight-event meet
in the T. M. C A. pool here.
Little is known of the abilities
of the Vancouver swimmers. Sa
lem has not met them since two
years ago. when the visitors won.
Unlike the Salem . natators, the
Vancoaverltes have a school -tank
to practice In and a woman eoach,
Emma Lou Harvey, who Is said
to be no slouch at the Job. -
baiem has scheduled a triangu
lar meet with Vancouver and
Aberdeen highs at Vancouver on
April 2.. , . '
To finance their trio to the
northwest swimming champion
ship meet to be held at Tacoraa
on April Iff, members of the Sa
lem squad this week are selling
tickets to "Sweepstakes. Grand
Seatre attraction tomorrow and
turday. Forty per cent of the
sales proceeds-will bo turned over
to them. Jim Reed, team captain.
No waiting for these travel bar.
gains. Tbtj mrt m tfitct right mtw!
On sale every day in the week at
all Greyhound agencies. Bargain
tickets good oa all Oe Luxe
coaches leaving the downtown
open nrnx 9 p. m.
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