The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 07, 1932, Page 10, Image 10

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    Sprang SiMerton Eleven -to Meet Red and Black F
May
INTERSCHODL
SEASON OPENS
Parrish Reveals Gameness
But is Overpowered 28 to. 6
By Heavier Salem B Team
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Result in Doubt
A heavier Salem hlrh school B
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Salem Hign Of tense so tar i high to win ss to on oiinger
Unknown Quantity and JSri22??iSfS!ffi-
valuable experience which, the
fame clearly revealed, they had
needed badly.
Parrish: learned, among other
ftllvorttn I things, that it has sufficient foot-
Pettyjohn I DaU Instinct to put np a determln-
Cline I ea uttLLi sguiai neavy oaaa, ana
g jay i uowa uaroia aann Team,
.c E. Johnson Y, ,rs , BU
Egan I uu"ceulJr areeu, gave promise
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Salem
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high reserves likewise did some
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1 Huntington, who kept a close
ine mierscnoiasuc iooiuau sea- 8a 80me m6n ne Jrm be abjft t0
son for Salem high will open, for nse to advantage before the aea-
tiptter r for worse, this afternoon I Son Is Over.
Parrish was unable to gain
when the red and black will clash school boys, but got a break early
with a team declared to be the in the same and neatly turned it
strongest SUverton High Has into a touchdown. The high school
turned out In many years. fumbled on its own 17-yard line,
Salem high Is entering some- Parrish recovered and on the next
what of a dark horse outfit in the Iplay Phil Salstrom, Parrish's only
race this year, with a strong I veteran, dashed around his own
though partly-lnexperienced line left end and out-sprinted the op-
and a backfield xf less definite position until he reached the goal
Quality. This team olayed ragged line,
ball against the alumni and failed The first quarter ended with
to make any consistent yardage, Parrish six points ahead hut the
but it is not likely to run up second period had not gone two
against as efficient a nair of ends minutes wnen lice wimermuie.
as the oA erads boasted, in anv high school halfback, broke away
later game this season. iior a zz-yara run 10 me goai un
At the very least Silverton is ana Anaerson convener wiu a
an! no- tn nrnvlria thU tiow Salem "nO DUCK IO PUI me B leam
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tilff-h team !)) a thnronh tAaf- 1"B
inCr ,-Ji ,t ,. .it Gllmore's men started another
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Rilvprton' 21 to 7 vlrtonr .... minrj.iu uur. nuB., iuW
got th score anyway for Parrish's
on the ball back of the goal line
superiority was due to Its weight
advantage.
The starting lineups:
Parrish Salem B
Oglesby LE... Orabenhorst
Laird: LT Van Pelts
Hill.... LO Yada
Willig C Stevens
Damon. RO Eyerly
Williams RT Giese
Akers. ....... RE Saunders
Salstrom Q Anderson
Hoffert LH Kantock
Gentry.. .... .RH. .. Wintermute
Serdoti P.... R. Cannon
Referee. Brown; head linesman,
Nicholson.
that Coach Davis has a well oiled
offense and will have the advan
tage In Mat respect.. His attack
will function, whether it is able
to cope with Salem's anticipated
strong defense. or not.
Coach Hollis Huntington of Sa
lem high will start exactly the
same team tbat took the field
for another touchdown and An
derson again converted, making
the half time score 14 to 8.
The third period was a nip-and
tuck battle, each team getting to
the other's 21-yard line but no
farther. But at the opening of the
fnnrh nArtnA WlntArmnta for-
against the alumni a week- ago, ,nr( n.t tn r.rihAnhnrt over
hut he is far from satisfied with tne parrish safety's head for a
m wor oi me oacxs 10 aaie, ana k.Tim rain tm another core.
unless they show something more, Again Anderson bucked for the
ome oi mem win do aispiacea. i Art, nolnt.
Borne pretty fair ball carrying tal- I After a long run bv Kantock
ent showed up in the B team's Anderson bucked over for the high
game witn Parrish Thursday. school's final touchdown and Ba- i
Salem s chief defensive worry Is ver made the extra noint. The B I
the question of stopping big Nor- team was on Parrish's 20-yard
man Koun, a lull back who tips line in another sustained march,
the beam close to the 200-pound when halted by the timekeeper's
mark. Kolln ripped through the whistle.
Forest Grove team for long and Damon and Serdotz did some
consistent gains,- and the Salem good defensive work for Parrish.
boys are planning to keep him The B team was strong on defense
well covered. at all positions though part of this
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TO 'GUSH NEXT
Spanish Champion to Make
Salem his Home; Asks
Chance at Jones
Kostka Hurt,
Won't be in
Husky Clash
EUGENE, Ore., Oct. 6 (AP)
With their star of last Satur
day's victory over Santa Clara
university facing the prospect of
decorating the bench In Satur
day's game against the Washing
ton university Huskies, the Web-
foots of Oregon university wound
up their practice here today and
prepared to leave tomorrow morn
ing for the Rose city.
Stan Kostka, the 225 pound
halfback who plowed through for
the lone touchdown last Saturday
that brought defeat to California's
conquerors, was on the sideline
today, his arm in a sling because
of a dislocated shoulder sustained
in yesterday's practice. The in
jury will keep him out of the
starting line-up against Washing
ton, Coach Callison said, although
he may see service before the fi
nal gun.
Callison indicated today that
the Oregon starting line-up will
probably be the following: Bailey
or Morse, left end; Captain Bill
Morgan, left tackle; Frye or Gie-
secke, left guard; Hughes, cen
ter; Clark or Gagnon, right
guard; Nllsson, right tackle; Wls-
hard, -right end; Bowerman, quar
ter; Temple, left half; Gee, right
half; Mlkulak, fullback.
This Week End's Grid Schedule
Charlie Castro, full-fledged
American though he'is the Span
ish welterweight wrestling cham
pion, has decided to make Salem
his home and stands ready to
battle anything that comes along
at his weight. He has been meet
ing all corners In California ci
ties and claims that he has never
lost to any welter.
Next Tuesday night Castro,
who was introduced at the last
wrestling show at the armory.
will take on Curty Woods, one of
the few welters who have manag
ed to stay with Henry Jones two
hours. Woods recently grappled
a draw with Jones at Centralla
Woods has been here before.
having beaten Lyness and Flnne-
gan. He also met Robin Reed
here in a spectacular match, los
ing when he was Injured on the
second fall so that he couldn t
continue.
Castro has not met either
Jones or Reed. He saw Jonea
work Tuesday night for the first
time, and is anxious to get a
chance against the champion
Castro intimates '. that . "rough
stuff" is his dessert. One .el the
aa-A Mak1 Akaa V SXaT V AA VvVaM l A
has defeated Is Johnny Mars. n!?'???
Tonight in the armory Castro Willamette last spring after four
will begin working out and the : , , , . wu",l,Y"" "
(Figures in parentheses Indicate last year's scores)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7
Albany (0) vs. Whitman (37) at Albany.
Puget Sound (25) vs. Pacific () at Tacoma.
College of Idaho vs. LaGrande Normal at Caldwell.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8
Southern California (SO) vs. Oregon 8tate (0) at Los Angeles.
Oregon (IS) vs. Washington (0) at Portland.
California (0) vs. St. Mary's (14) at Berkeley.
Stanford (I) vs. Santa Clara (0) at Palo Alto.
Gonzaga () vs. Idaho (7) at Spokane.
Washington State vs. Willamette at Pullman.
Yale (27) vs. Chicago (0) at New Haven.
Columbia vs. Princeton at New York.
Fordham (IS) vs. Bucknell (14) at New York.
Holy Cross vs. Maine at Worcester.
Wisconsin vs. Iowa at Madiaa.
Notre Dame vs. Haskell at South Bend.
Minnesota vs. Purdue at Minneapolis.
Ohio State (IS) vs. Indiana () at Columbus.
Utah vs. Nevada at Ogden.
Tulane (20) vs. Georgia (7) at New Orleans.
COMMENTS
The AlbanyWhiUnaa North
west conference game at Albany
has been moved ahead to this
afternoon. Wouldn't be surpris
ed If there were a few scouts
there from other ronferenre
schools In this state.
All the holler this week seems
to be against numerous substi
tutions In football. Nobody has
come to the defense of that
system but we're betting the
third and fourth string boys on
those big squads are making
, no kick.
fans are Invited to look him over,
He specialises in the Japanese
toe hold though he is also clev-
letlc performance, is not going to
set the world on fire with his
1932 eleven at Ashland high.
Bearcats to
Have 18 Men
At Pullman
The Willamette university foot
ball squad will look much like a
"depression"' outfit when It rolls
Into Pullman Saturday to play the
Washington State Cougars. Only
IS players, permitting only seven
changes In the lineup, will be tak
en along by Coach "Spec ' Keene.
Of the men listed as probable
"regulars" early In the practice
season, six will not be on hand;
they are Boyd, Drager, Clarke,
Erlckson, Franta and Jones. All
are still nursing injuries. Cason
and Commons are others who will
not go for this reason.
The starting lineup may how
ever Include all of the men who
started against Oregon Normal,
with the exception of Clarke. The
18 men listed for the trip are Con
nors, Emmet, Felton, Grannls,
Houck, Jocklscb. Kaiser, MCKer
row, Tweed. Welsser and Wood-
worth, linemen: Adams, Canoady,
Olson, Paul, Williams, Orafec and
Jonnson, backfield men.
We understand some things
that were not so nice were said
Wednesday night at a sendoff
rally for- the Oregon State team
Just before the squad entrained
for Los Angeles and the U. S. C.
game. It may be that the hulla
baloo raised over the poor show
ing against Stanford will either
make or break Paul Schlssler and
his team, and if the boys take.lt
in the right spirit, it may be their
making rather than the opposite.
The Lebanon 'team is said to be
strong, heavy and composed of
veteran players. The Indepen
dence team so far, la Jaat the op
posite. Last year when Independence
had a strong team It held Leb
anon to a 13-13 tie. The whole
Lebenon team Is back, but none
of the 1131 LH.S. team Is.
The tentative lineup will be:
Ends, Chester Lenhard and Leroy
Hanson; tackles, Henry Qlrlng
and George Gentemann; guards.
Carl Murphy and Glen Hardman:
center, Magnus Syverson; quarter.
Jim McEldowney; halfbacks. Bud
Newton and Lyle Krani; full
back, Tom McLaughlin.
er with wristlocks, according to As"d ,oat J0 Klamath Falls 33
Matchmaker Harry Plant.
Jeiferson High
Tops Commerce
JRvr Sst ncrlf PrW nt I travel all the way down there to
J - work th return rame. so he must
to 0 last week end. Frank Bashor,
who went down and officiated at
that game) says Faber has only
three boys who knew before the
practice season opened, Just what
a football looked like. Incidental
ly Klamath Falls wants Frank to
PORTLAND, Ore., Oet. 6-
(AP) By the slender margin of
one point, Jefferson high school
defeated Commerce high school, 7
to 6, In their football game here
today.
Commerce scored the first
touchdown in the second period
when Alva Farrar, Steno fullback,
leaped into the air on his own 30-
yard-line, intercepted a Jefferson
have given satisfaction.
forward pass and raced down the
field to cross Into scoring terri
tory.
With only five minutes of play
remaining, Jefferson marched
from the Commerce 44 to a touch
down. The kick made good in the
try after touchdown proved the
margin of victory.
Attendance ior
Boys? Swimming
Classes is 215
Attendance at the high school
boys' -swimming classes at the
Y. M. C. A. reached e point even
higher than last week yesterday,
with 215 boys on hand. The boys
are divided Into five groups for
their classes.
The noon business men's class
started yesterday with 12 men
present. R. R. Boardman has
charge of this group which en
gages In light calisthenics and
volleyball, meeting on Tuesday
and Thursday from 12 to 1 p. m.
Junior life saving corps will
organize this afternoon under
team put up a great little fight on Charles Perry and Rlrhard Johan
Jim McLarnin
Comeback Test
For B. Leonard
NEW YORK. Oct. f (AP) A
clean, fresh page In the mottled
history of the ring awaits a chap
ter tomorrow night to stand with
the legends of the past, a chapter
in the bold scrawl of brash young
Jimmy McLarnin or the neat, pre
cise letters of old Benny Leon
ard. No matter what happens in tht
ring at Madison Square Garden,
no matter which way the tide ol '
battle flows, the end of their lt
round match will be one for tfc
book. Perhaps a final bowing of
the one time unconquerable Leon
ards to youth, and the Inroads ot
age. or the spectacular overthro
of the rarely humbled axiom thai
"they never come back."
It'll be difficult to blame the
Loe Angeles weather for Oregon
State's probable defeat this
time, for the weather up here
In the Willamette valley was as
warm as southern California's
up to the time the boys started
south.
Parrish and the Salem high B
Oiinger field Thursday afternoon
despite the disparity in weight
Wednesday afternoon we saw Les
lie's midget crew working hard
against a team of Leslie alumni
The Junior highs may not have the
best teams in their history, but
they'll be as scrappy as ever and
their annual meeting will be well
worth seeing.
son.'Twelve are signed up for this
group.
Hagerstown, Ind.. located on
the historic Whitewater canal, is
100 years old this year.
Independence to
Oppose Veteran
Lebanon Eleven
INDEPENDENCE, Oct. 6 The
Independence high school football
team will meet the Lebanon high
team Friday on the Lebanon field.
Lewelling Hears
Airing of Runds'
Marital Troubles
The matrimonial difficulties of
Beulah Rund and Joseph Rund.
her husband, were being thor
oughly aired yesterday afternoon
in a contested divorce case before
Judge Lewelling. The wife seeks
the divorce. Her husband, in his
answer, claims she was unfaith
ful to him and frequently kept
company with other men. She
alleges that he mistreated her.
as a basis for her divorce.
On the stand yesterday after
noon as the trial progressed was
a 13-year old neighbor boy who
was being asked by plaintiff
counsel about the alleged visit
of other men to the Rund house
A number of neighbors were In
terested listeners in the courtroom.
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