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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, September 30, 1932
High:-Open Homme; GrM Seasi
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UP AT T1ITS
Wolves Boastful According
To Reports; Game set :
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PROBABLE LINEUPS .;.
Willamette ; Oregon : Normal
Kaiser. ...... E . . . . . . . Gordon
: Joekisch. . ... .T. .... - Gustafson
v Boyd .Gy
: Ilouck....... .C.
Felton. ...... .G.
Pfc q1 Q
v Williams. .... .H. ... ,
:. Cannady. . . . . . H
Johnson. . . . . . F. ..... .
Pet Gretsch ;
Ducks Overcome Five-Run T
Need OhlviGne For
Title; Stars Rained Out
Port. .10S 77 .58
lolly. -108 81 .559
Bae'ta 8 87 .537
8. F. 94 88516
( ' r W. li. Pf i.
Lo Anf4 SO .511
Seattla .8S 93.485
Oakland -79 104 .433
Kia&ion S2 114 .353
Rather "red - behind the . ears"
because of certain boasts that
have drifted across the Will am
tte r 1 e r
f I f h t 1 n g
: bunch of Wil
cats will trot
. land field at
I: JO tonight
to do battle
mal. It will be
the first in
t r collegiate
game of the season here and
-will be, no matter how it turns
one. a ; coioriui event, with a
large contingent of feminine fans
from the teachers' school rooting
for the invaders and the Bear
cat rooters turning out for the
first time this Tear. The Cherry
City Baking company announcer
car with Gardner Knapp at the
microphone, will help the fans to
keeptrack of what happens.
Coach Larry Wolfe's seasoned
veterans hare not been at all
bashful about advertising what
they are going to do to Willam
ette, and while they may make
good for the "dope" is empha
tically in their favor they may
find themselves in for a gruelling
CO minutes of football.
Though Coach Wolfe has an
nounced the above tentative
starting lineup, it is probable
that Scroggins, former Commerce
high, Portland, left handed pass
ing star, will be in there a ma
jor share of the time, whether he
starts or not; and Mahan, a bro
ther of the Mahan who played
for Willamette last year, is an
other ball packer who will see
a lot of action.
Well Tested Team
. Fresh from an invasion of Re
no where they outplayed the Uni
versity of Nevada eleven, the
Wolves can count on a finished
attack with perfect execution of
the deceptive and flashy plays
which .have become synonymous
with Coach Wolfe's name. The
normal school will send over an
eleven that "has "arrived" and
has been tested thoroughly.
Willamette on the other hand
will present a team in the early
formative stages, with nothing
behind it but a die-hard defen
sive fight against Oregon State
In which it made a good show
ing but did not make any sort
of threat to win, or even to
- Nevertheless "Spec" Keene's
boys will be out there fighting
,'to win, and regardless of the
eutcome, they will probably not
be so badly outclassed but that
some opportunity for developing
that so far lacking offense will
' be presented.
Keene was not altogether cer
tain of bis starting lineup after
Thursday's light practice. He
mar use the group listed above,
or he may put Grannis in either
at end or at his old lob. center
; . Connors mar start at end instead
of Clark, and some other vari
ations are possible.
The backfield will include on-
lv one of the mell who started
, against Oregon State. The others,
Erickton, Frants and Jones, did
not touch a football this week
The team Is also lacking the
services of Drager, regular guard,
who along with the three .backs
was a victim of an epidemic of
clipping at Corvallis.
The suggested backfield may
be rather weak in the important
-Item of blocking, and if this
. nroves to be the case. Coach
Keene mar send In Ovarec
freshman who shows some prom
ise la this department.
Though the "under dog" as
far as prospects of winning are
' concerned, Willamette is mindful
of the fact that this is a non
conference game, and Keene will
use a number of replacements-
probably all of bis men will get
In for the squad has dwindled
to somewhere around 30
Olson, Adams and Haley come
- near "comprising the list of re-
serve backfield men available,
In the line Tweed, Emel, Hart
ley, Kohler, McKerrow, Wood
worth and several others will be
given a chance to perform
' i Oregon Normal players on the
list sent over, in addition to those
aireaay mentioned are .Goode,
White, Wedin, Squires, who may
start at - end, Bennett, Johnson
Ridge, Tatum, Chambers, Hay
. man and Vaughn.
PORTLAND. Ore? Sept. 19'
(AP) Portland overcame a five
run lead in tonight's ball game
here to .defeat Seattle, 11 to 7.
The Ducks widened their lead by
half a game over the second place
Hollywood Stars, whose game was
With but four games of the ser
ies and the season left, Portland
needs only one more win to bring
homo its first pennant in 18 years.
After Seattle had plied np six
quarter- 1 m m .
huddled back of the cen- " 7- ' s t K BUl
vuo xix tui nisi, tut) uuos sprang
! You'll see all sorts of fancy
sleight-of-hand football tonight
oh Sweetland field when Larry
Wolfe's gang gets warmed up.
Oregon Normal's formation is
especially adapted to that sort of
thing; there are two
terjwith their hands stretched out
tn. Iriw-. Kan t Vi ara I titth inning offensive that net-
close against the line, they form ted. them ht runs off ntoebits
a screen that prevents the other
team from seeing Just what is
and an error and drove Hald from
trfctiRnirinr. Thi nlan hftln. In th I nB game was maraea wun a
Tjin wnifA Snwtti iht iv in succession of errors, . each team
which the left tackle gets the ball ! "ve. jcods m
and hides it a while before hiking
1 j Welcome home, Pete Gretsch
and Harold McKeaxie. You did
some great work on Willamette
teams of the past, and we'll still
have a good word for yon even
if yom help beat your old school
tonight. We wouldn't mind see-
ing Roy Benjamin, Puts Arens
and Doc AUeu play too, though
Wolfe says they won't.
the more than six innings he
pitched for Portland allowed but
one hit and one run.
Seattle i .7 9 S
Portland 11 15 S
Hald, . Freitas and Cox: Peter
son, Jacobs and Palmlsano.
Seals Still Losing
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 2
(AP) The Missions made it
three straight over the Seals to
day, swamping them 15 to 5.,' A
seven ran rally in the sixth, to
Another thins: we look forward which three Seal errors contribut-
to ; seeing is that preponderated ea, put tne Missions far ahead.
co-ed rooting section. In fact there I Missions 15 SO
are! enough girls there so each San Francisco ...... 5 10
gridiron hero can have half a doz- Chellnl, Leiber and Hofmann;
en personal rooters of the opposite I Stine, Douglas, Stuts, McDougall
gender. Poor old Gretsch. He a I and Brensel.
married now, so that won't mean
so much to him. But he'll still
have one rooter he can count on.
The Salem high game will be
colorful too, with many of the
former stars of the red and
black playing on the alumni
team. It will include more of
the recent gratis this year than
has been the rule in the past.
And that second world series
game was just a case of too much
OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 2 -
Oakland 4 1
Flynn Gillick and Woodall;
Ludolph, Steengrafe and Peneb-
LARRY GAINS WINS
LONDON, Sept. 29 (AP)
Larry Gains, British empire hea-
Gome though the Yanks' mur- hrweight champion, gained a de
dor rn nhvpd nart an cislon over Salvatore Ruggirello,
usual and we thought we detect- Slant Italian, in a 12 round bout
prl snni a mnm over-anfiousness on I "Jingiu
the part of the Cubs' hurler, who
otherwise turned in a great performance.
RED AND BLACK
This Week End's Grid Schedule i
Huntington Is Little 'More
Cheerful; Grads Want
alem High Alumni
Sachtler . , C.
Rhoten p G
Coons E .:
Perrine . Q
Knight . H.
. C. Kelly
Salem high school's 1932 foot
ball team will make Its bow this
afternoon in the annual game
with the alumni, at 3:30 p. m. on
Coach Hollis Huntington has
not been making any boasts
about what his team will do this
year, but he thinks now that he
will hate a fairly strong first
lineup. Of the eleven youths he
has selected to start the game.
all have had some experience ex
cepting the ends. The backfield
will be light and include two men
whose experience has sot been extensive.
Huntington plans to use a good
many players in this . game, no
matter how It goes, as the pri
mary object is to give his men ex
perience and to test their ability
under actual competition. His as
sistants, Vernon Gilmore and Gar-
nee Cranor. have been working
with the reserves and will have
considerable share in selecting
Want Everybody Out
Clark Jackson, in general
charge of the alumni team,- has
not announced his starting line
up and the one listed above is
only a possibility. In addition to
the men mentioned there, Reidy,
Scheibner. Bennett, Lyons, Bob
K.euy, Nicholson, Biaco and a
number of others are expected to
turn out and all who report will
get a chance to play, as the
alumni, totally unprepared for,
strenuous combat, will need all
the replacements that can be mus
(Figures indicate scores in 1931 season) '
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 80
Oregon Normal vs. Willamette at Salem, 8:30 p. m.
Albany (13) vs. College of Idaho (I) at Caldwell, night. -Idajio
vs. U. C. L. A. at Los Angeles, night. . . ,
Redlanda (0) vs. Occidental (13) at Pasadena.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 1
Stanford (25) vs. Oregon State (7) at Portland.
.Santa Clara vs. Oregon at Eugene." -
Olympic Club (0) vs. University of California () at Berkeley.
Llnfield vs. Whitman at Vip Walla.
Nevada vs. St. Mary's at San Francisco.
Montana (0) vs. Washington (25) at Seattle.
W. S. C. (6) vs. U. 8. C. (38) at Los Angeles.
Ashland Normal vs. California Aggies at Sacramenio.
Purdue vs. Kansas State at Lafayette.
Michigan (0) vs. Michigan State (0) at Ann Arbor.
Minnesota vs. South Dakota at Minneapolis.
-Ohio State vs. Ohio Wesleyan at Columbus.
The high school band, now
numbering 48 pieces, will make
its initial appearance under the
direction of Wesley Roeder, for
mer band leader at Willamette
university, at today's game. '
CHEMAWA. Sept 29. (Spe
cial) Tomorrow the Chemawa
Indiana will travel to MeMinnvlller
to play the Llnfield college ineli
gibles and "left behlnds." the Lln
field varsity being on its way to
Walla Walla to play Whitman
Chemawa's Braves are winning
out in their battle with the "flu"
bugs and nearly all reported for
practice sessions this week. Coach
Lavelle is still doing a great
amount' of experimenting to find
the best combinations.
Thomas has been moved from
Quarterback to the left half posi
tion, Olney to quarter and Chur
chill from left half to light half.
Beauvais who has been playing
tackle will be groomed for the
center position aswell as tackle.
Teehee who played his first game
at center against Lincoln high at
Portland, did a fine Job, making
only. one bad pass and that one
was the result of his hand being
stepped on by Lincoln's 230-pound
Several new plays have been
given, and these will be tried out
against Llnfield. The Indians will
now have strong running plays to
the left as well as to the right.
Roy Moe, professional, and Mey
er, amateur, representing the Al-
derwood Country elub of Port
land, won the pro-amateur tour
nament played on the Salem Golf
club course Thursday, with a
score, of 86. This represents a
best ball score, taking also into
consideration the handicaps of
the amateurs. i
Dick Goode, professional, and
Don Olson of the Eugene Country
club were tied for second at 87
with Ivan Johnson, professional,
and Rosenblatt of the Tualatin
Attendance at this year's event
was smaller than last year, due to
its being held late in the week
Next year it is planned to have
the tournament earlier in the
week so that more of the profes
sionals will be able to compete.
The visiting players were unan
lmous in their praise of the Sa
lem course, and appreciation of
the hospitality accorded them
NEW YORK, Sept. 29 (AP)
Tony Cansonerl, lightweight
champion, stopped Lew Klrsch of
New York in the third round of
their ten round non-title bout to
O . O
At Portland: Pacific 12, Colum
Jefferson high 19. Benson 8.
200 BOYS REPORT
FOB SWIM m
Close to; 200 students turned
out to the first high school swim
ming class for boys at the Y. M.
C. A. yesterday. Five classes were
held throughout the day, each
class averaging better than 38 pu
pil. Instruction will be given for
this group every Thursda by Bob
Boardman and Bill Rosa.
The first day's classes were tak
en up with 10 or 15 minutes of
oral instruction and then the
practice of the leg stroke and
proper breathing in the pool.
The Junior lifesaving members
will meet Friday at 4:15 to start
organization of the corps. They
will be in charge of Charles Per
ry and Richard Johansen.
Boxing classes will be organis-
eded nex't week, with enrollment
open to anyone who la a member
of the Y. Instruction will be by
Clyde prewell of Willamette uni
versity.1 Seniors will meet Tuesday
and Thursday from 2:30 to 3:30,
and the juniors from 8:45 to 4:30
on the same days. No charge VIII
be made for boxing Instruction ex
cept when taken as private les
Speed swimming will start Mon
day night under the direction of
Bob Needham, former University
of Oregon star. The diving class
will be coached by Fred Paul, and
will also work on tumbling, under
By 19-to-6 Scort
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 29
(AP) Jefferson high school de
feated Benson Tech in a football
game here today, 19 to 6.
The last year's champions made
their first touchdown at the be
ginning of the second period aft
er marching the ball 38 yards to
the one-yard line as the first per
iod ended. They scored again a
few minutes laer with the aid of
xo-yara penany against Benson.
The extra point was added by a
pass over the line. The third
touchdown came In the third per
Benson scored Its lone touch
down in the final period after a
march from the 50-yard line. In
cidentally it was the first score
against the Jeffs in more than a
OREGON . STATE COLLEGE.
Corrallls. Sept. 2 J Hal Moe. two
year letterman considered one of
the best blocking halfbacks on the
coast last. year,. will' captain Ore
gon State .college football team
against Stanford In Portland.
Multnomah stadium, at 2 o'clock
Saturday. afternoon in their first
conference game of the season.
Paul Schlatter,. Orange mentor.
names some senior aa a new cap
tain for each game so that Moe,
in view of his ability and service,
will lead the Beavers in their first
Orange coaches are burdened -with
added worry as the eve of
the Stanford encounter draws
nigh as word has come from the
Indian camp that Pop Warner, the
"Old' WItard" of the Stanford
camp, has added a fourth threat
to his original spinner formation.
Prior to this season Pop used his
two wing-backs and fullback as
decoys -for a 'spinner and this
proved very effective.
This season the - two Stanford
wing-backs will run from the ends
toward the center of the line, the
fullback will charge straight into
the center of the line and a fourth
man will fade back faking either
a forward pass or an end run.
This will not only make it inter
esting for Oregon State but should
give fans quite some thrill. War
ner's spinners, when rightly exe
cuted, are one of the prettiest
mechanisms of football to be seen
on the gridiron and with this add
ed fourth threat fans may be sure
of seeing a colorful offense.
From Behind to
Tie Class Game
CHEMAWA. Sept. 28 The
freshmen were able to come from
behind and put over a touchdown
to tie the score 6-6 with the sen
iors, in the first interclass foot
ball game of the season.
The game was a nrp-and-tuck
affair between teams of equal
strength and was enlivened by nu
merous fumbles, blocked kicks,
long runs and intercepted passes.
The sophomores will meet the
Juniors in the next interclass
game which will probably be play
ed Sunday afternoon.
'Monkey Sees, Monkey Does"
PEABODY, Mass., Sept. 29
(Ap) A golfing tornado struck
the women's national champion
ship with terrific force today,
sweeping away Enid Wilson, the
British champion; Maureen Or-
cutt, one of the best of the Anier
leans, and Just missing the great
Glenn a Collett Vare, who has won
live of the last 10 titles
The upheaval that ruined Miss
Wilson's logical hopes of taking
j To Oppose Baer
SAN FRANCISCO. Septal
(AP) An offer, of $100,000 for
Max Schmeling to meet Max Baer
-in a ten round bout here was tele-
- graphed today to the former hea
vyweight champion br Millard
Rauh. matchmaker for Dreamland
, auditorium.- Rauh made the offer
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Now Showing "The Finishing Touch"
year old Charlotte Glutting, who
has been playing the game only
three years. This long-hitter from
Short Hills, N. J., is having- her
first try at national play,'
Miss Wilson was beaten by one
up, a poor approach shot robbing
her of a par four on the home
hole that would have squared the
Maureen Orcutt, co-medalist in
the qualifying play was beaten 2
and 1 by Ada MacKenzio of Tor
onto, after holding the former CaT
nadian champion even for 13
holes. ;: ; I
John Drager is
Back on Hawaii
HONOLULU. Sept. 29 John
Drager,- former Salem athlete. Is
one of the six lettermen returning
to the University of Hawaii foot
ball squad this fall. Drager fills
one of the end positions and is
expected to be one of the big guns
in the Roaring Rainbows defense
For the first time in several
years, the island institution has
not scheduled games with main
land teams, although there is a
possibility that a Christmas sea
son game .will be arranged. Coacn
Oitto Klum, former Oregon State
football star, has been Buffering
from an illness contracted in the i
orient, while on a baseball tour
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CLEAR LAKE, Sept.
School opened Monday morning
with enrollment in the noner room
of 31, and enrollment of 30 In
e smaller grades. On account of
e fair not as large as enrollment
as perhaps ! will be next week.
Teachers are Dorothy Neal, Texia I
Bostrack. Several, persons from
this community have attended the
laitjor-oBO or two days. Fine;
feather for the fair this year bat !
pretty hot. ; Prune picking was
pnished on the Paul Winslow
ranch Tuesday." ,
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SUBLIMITY. Sent. 29 Mr. and
Mrs. Harrv Martin wbn fcav 1tet I
In the Susbauer hoo dryer have
moved to Stay ton where the chll-
area , wul attend school. John
Kremer who baa been emnloved
tt the Zosel jruno dryer at; Lib
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