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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, December 14, 1932
PAGE SIX
Game Board Worries Over Proposed Diversion of Funds
PROTECTION IS
HELD SOLE USE
Sportsmen to Oppose Move
To Transfer Income to
General State Fund
Henry Jones is Bad Hombre
When Riled; Topples Novak
For Last Fall in Jig Time
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. 13
(AP) Members of the Btato
game commission meeting here
today unanimously adopted a re
solution to issue to the press a
statement that they will make no
effort to influence legislation in
the coming sessions of the state
legislature. The commissioners
aid they will content themselves
with a plain statement of facts
as they have found them and
with the submission of proposed
amendments to the game code
as base on those facts.
Tho commissioners expressed
tome uneasiness over rumors
that an organized attempt will
be made to divert game receipts
to the general fund. After a brief
debate on this matter, the com
mission authorized the following
statement to the public:
"Moneys received by the state
game commission for the admin
istration of wild life resources
are for the most part paid in by
sportsmen buying hunting and
fishing licenses. ... No appro
priation is made by the state leg
Inlature from general taxation.
Revenues In normal times have
exceeded $400,000 annually, but
the estimate for the coming year
is set by the commission at
1275,000, the lowest in many
years. Despite the fact that rev
enues of the department dropped
$80,000 under the previous bi
ennium, more fish and game
birds have been liberated than
ever before.
"The game protection fund
was created by the legislature
at the request of sportsmen for
the protection, propagation and
promotion of fish and game in
the state. While the 10-year pro
gram of the commission contem
plates the administration of wild
life resources for all the people,
and acts as an attraction for
hundreds of thousands of visitors
who come to Oregon to spend
money, we cannot lose sight of
the fact that sportsmen are the
contributors to this special fund,
and we regard those moneys as
a sacred trust which should be
spent only for carrying out the
wild life program. Any movement
to divert any of this fund to
general tax relief would result
virtually in double taxation and
would be a violation of that
trust."
Diversion Would
Risrunt Program
Remarking that nearly 90 per
cent of the sportsmen's organiza
tions of the state have endorsed
the game commission's 10-year
program, the commissioners
added:
"The 10-year program has
been prepared in anticipation of
all game funds being used for
game purposes and any diversion
would result In serious disrup
tion of the program, which not
only offers a hunting and fishing
paradise for sportsmen, but a
substantial increase in revenue to
the state at large."
One of the outstanding pro-
A bad hombre when he's riled
that's old Henry Jones. An
gered because Bobby Novak re
peatedly kicked him in the vi
cinity of a bandage said to con
ceal a broken rib, to win the sec
ond fall in their match at the
armory Tuesday nighty Jones
came back roaring and clouting;
Novak paid too much attention
to those flailing arms and not
enough to the Job of protecting
himself otherwise, and Henry
came dashing in with a sort of
general tackle not a head butt
which is the conventional
"tackle" in this game and
crashed Bobby to the floor Just
28 seconds after the third round
started.
Jones probably was disappoint
ed that it eanded so quickly; he
wanted to get more thorough re
venge, and attempted to get it
after Referee Vern Harrington
patted his back; but Vern
dragged him away and Henry
didn't get the chance to anni
hilate Novak as was his obvious
intention.
Most of the fans didn't seem to
blame Bobby for kicking Henry
around that tapd-up rib; they
argued that he couldn't kick him
anywhere else under the condi
tions, and in the second place
Henry had been unusually rough
and In the third place wrestlers
aren't supposed to be gentle.
Novak had a leg split on Henry
and the grizzled veteran gave up
after the second round had gone
10 minutes, 20 econds.
They had battled hammer and
tongs in a long first round, Jones
admlnstering most of the pun
ishment but Novak usually com
ing oat of it with some good
hold. Jones von it with a body
lam in 38:10 after Novak ap
peared to have things bis own
way with a series of llgure-rour
scissors which Henrv survived
by rolling out of the ring and in
various ther ways.
There wasn't much to tbe Jack
Mitchell-Bulldog Mallory affair.
Mitchell tossed Mallory around
with verv thine In the book and
.on the first fall with a flying
mare in 18:30. After that there
was some comedy which didn t
affpet the outcome. Harrington
won the final fall In two minutes
flat, holding a foot on Mallory s
neck while he waved Mitchell o:t
of the ring as the winner.
BE1US1B
OVER DALLAS HIGH
DALLAS, Dec. 13 Bethel high
school defeated Dallas high 31 to
30 on the Bethel floor tonight,
scoring the winning basket Just
before the final gun after Dallas
had led 15 to 10 at half time and
had held the lead almost constant
ly throughout the game until the
final few seconds of play.
Dallas high will play Silverton
high at Silverton Saturday night.
Summary:
Dallas Bethel
Klieber F. 10 Christenson
LeFors 4 F Domes
Webb 3 C...15 Freeman
Lewis 11 G . .6 Rohde
Vollman 9 G Pearson
Frack 1 S . . . Osperhoudt
Hunter 2 S
Referee. Ford.
Jason Lee Men
Enjoy Movies,
Music Program
Members of the Jason Lee
church men's brotherhood last
night enjoyed a program of music,
readings and motion pictures
shown by Dr. J. Vinton Scott. The
pictures, taken by Dr. Scott in
Shanghai during the war there
posed amendments to the game
md that met with the approval
of the commission today is that
which would establish a new
fishins: license known as a "vaca
tlnn" lirensft which would sell
for $1 and permit the holder
to angle in Oregon waters for a
period of one week.
Cross -Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
last winter, contained remarkable
scenes.
Other entertainers were: Ron
ald Craven, vocal solo; Beulah
Graham and Willa Ellis, readings;
Clarence Slater, music saw num
bers; Mark Wilbur, whistling solo,
accompanied by Mrs. Headrick.
Community singing was led by
Rev. H. J. Humphrey and accom
panied at the piano by Barbara
Bar ham.
The next brotherhood meeting,
on January 10, will be a father
and son banquet.
RUN N6
Primo Camera
Wins Technical
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Dec.
13 (AP) Primo Camera won a
second round technical knockout
over Big Boy Peterson of Min
neapolis in a scheduled ten-round
bout here tonight.
Peterson's handlers threw a
towel in the ring as the fighter
sank to the canvas for the fourth
time in the round.
so -
DATE ADVANCED
Major League Clubs to cut
Down to 23 Players on
May 15, Decision
By ALAN GOULD
NEW YORK, Dec. 13 (AP)
Club owners of tbe American and
National leagues, meeting separ
ately today to inaugurate their
annual three-day pow-wow, struck
only one major blow for 1933 re
trenchment while In the process
of killing off any proposals for
reduction of the player limit, es
tablishment of a salary limit or
abolishment of the radio from
baseball parks.
While deciding to retain the
present limit of 23 players for
each club, exclusive of coaches
and managers, the magnates
agreed to advance from June 15
to May 15, next year, the "dead
line" for trimming to the player
limit as well as for all player
dealings among the clubs, except
on the usual waiver basis.
The effect of this move, which
will be approved formally at the
Joint major league meeting
Thursday, not only will be to trim
the payrolls but to cut exactly a
month from the time managers
have had previously to maneuver
their forces, by sale or trade. The
magnates expect the move to aid
the weaker teams by giving them
access to the surplus material of
other teams earlier and, presum
ably, on reasonable terms.
A proposal of the St. Louis
Cardinals that coaches be in
cluded in the player limit was
turned down.
John Arnold Heydler, In being
re-elected president of the nation
al league for another four-year
term of office, voluntarily pro
posed and accepted a reduction in
salary. Heydler has been pres
ident of the league since August,
1918.
The controversial subject of
broadcasting regular season
games was debated by both lea
gues. Neither reached a definite
decision, although five of the
eight club owners of the national
league informally put themselves
on record as opposed to putting
anything but world series games
on the air.
While the magnates threshed
out their affairs, rival managers
again were led by Bill Terry of
the Giants in an all-day maxe of
negotiations tor player talent. It
was reported the Giants wanted
Gordon Slade, Brooklyn short
stop, and that the Dodgers would
like to have Sam Leslie, first
baseman.
Meanwhile Terry had every
thing but the final signatures on
a deal for Bill Shores, ace right
hander of the Portland club of
the Pacific Coast league, in ex
change for cash and Sam Gibson,
right-hander bought from San
Francisco for $25,000 a year ago.
Shores formerly was with the
Athletics and won 19 games for
Portland last season.
Didrikson is
Ruled Out by
Simon Pures
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 13
(AP) The Southern Amateur
Amateur Athletic union today
suspended Mildred Babe Didrik
son from amateur competition
because of an automobile adver
tisement in which her name and
picture appeared recently.
Action was taken following in
vestigation by the union's regis
tration committee which said cer
tain points had not been cleared
up, and placed upon the princi
pals the responsibility for
straightening the matter out.
Miss Didrikson has denied she
authorized an automobile com
pany at Dallas, Tex., her home
town, to use her endorsement on
the prodact.
Lawrence Dl Benedetto, chair
man of the registration commit
tee, said the investigators had
been told an advertisement re
lease signed by Miss Didrikson
is held by the company's New
York advertising agency. The
agency, however, has refused to
furnish the committee a photo
static copy of the release, Dl
Benedetto said.
Until the release can be pro
duced, or It can be shown it does
not bear her signature, the com
mittee is witho'dlng final action
on Miss Didrlkson's amateur sta
tus.
In suspending Miss Didrikson,
the cimmittee directed her to
produce either the original or a
photostatic copy of the so-called
release.
LEAGUE CARERS
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Mid-Willamette Association
Games to get Under way;
North Group Delays
With much enthusiasm mani
fest in all divisions, the Mid-Willamette
Valley Basketball associa
tion will start hostilities tonight.
However, all games in the north
ern division are being postponed,
and the Tangent-at-Turner game
in the southern division, because
of the cold weather and its attend
ant difficulties.
The Tangent-Turner game,
postponed because the Turner
gymnasium has frozen up and the
furnace cannot be used, may be
played Saturday. The northern
division games will be played at
some convention time and the
league will proceed with its sec
ond series of games next Wednes
day. St. Paul has replaced Gervais
and Silverton has replaced Che
mawa, in the northern division
and will follow the schedules pub
lished for those teams.
Tonight's schedule Includes:
Western division: Perrydale at
Bethel, Falls City at Dallas. Sher-ldan-Willamina
at Grand Ronde.
Southern division: Mill City at
Sclo, Gates at Stayton.
'CQJOW'"
Huskies Launch
Hoop Year, Beat
Plumbers Quint
SEATTLE. Dec. 13- (AP)
The University of Washington
basketball team, defending title
holder in the northern division of
the Pacific coast conference, de
feated the Samee Plumbers,
strong Seattle independent five.
27 to 19, in their opening game of
the season tonight.
The Plumbers, made up largely
of former Washington players, led
8 to 2 early in the game, but the
Huskies took a 15 to 10 lead at
the half.
The Huskies first string lineup
was Fuller at center, and Perry
and Hanover at guards, all three
last year's men, and a pair of new
guards. Cook and Galer.
Orange Peelin's, over at
Corvallls, has it all figwred
oat that Oregon State has one
of the four leading football
teams in the country, ranking
slightly ahead of Notre Dame
and far ahead of Army. Here's
bow he proves it:
U. S. C. '10, Oregon State 0.
U. S. C. 13, Notre Dame 0.
Pitt 12, Notre Dame 0.
Notre Dame 21, Army 0.
AH of which would be well
taken, if Oregon State hadn't
played anybody bat U. 8. C.
And anyway, there are those
who claim Oregon State would
be as good as any of them,
if it would Just play ball all
tbe time.
Likewise Billy Stepp of the
News-Telegram has claimed, on
various occasions recently, that
about two thirds of the All-Am-erican
team should have been
chosen from the Pacific coast.
We gather that his All-Ameri-can
would be something like
this:
Ends: Sparling, V. S. C, and
Nesbit. Washington.
Tackles: Smith and Brown,
both of U. S. C.
Guarda: Corbus of Stanford
and .
Center: .
Quarterback: .
Halfbacks Sander of Wash
ington State and Moe of Oregon
state.
Fullbacks: .
The four blanks represent
ing positions in which Billy
has no Interest anyway, except
he wishes "Nptaew' Bobby
Grayson was already In the
varsity ranks so he could pat
him in a tqnarterback.
The "All-American board'
consisting of several outstanding
coacnes and athletic directors,
picked only Smith and Corbus
from the Pacific coast: some of
the other pickers nicked onlv
Smith. Michigan and Purdue rat
ed two men each. Four out of
the "Big Ten."
That Is, for a fact, some
thing to get hot under the col-
WEBFEET EXERCISE
DESPITE FLU BUGS
SAN ANTONIO. Ter., Dec. 13
(AP) Sore throats and influenza
led Coach Bill Spanlding to order
his University of California at Los
Angeles football eleven to forego
a workout for sightseeing, but
Prink Callison had his Webfeet
from the University of Oregon
stretching their husky limbs for
the first time in a week here to
day. The Oregon squad, on the way
to Baton Rouge to meet Louisiana
State, reported several colds and
a couple of cases of inflnensa.
Wishard and Morse, wingmen,
failed to turn out for drill. Tem
ple, back, and Swanson, center,
among those threatened with
colds, bundled up and sprinted
with the rest of the green Jerseyed
squad.
ODD E UNDECIDED
III
WOODBURN, Dec. 13 With
the first game of the season only
a few days away, Gil Oddie, coach
of Woodburn high school's basket
ball team, is still very much un
decided about the five best men
to send on the floor as the first
string. With only one letterman,
Jackson, returned to the fold, the
prospects of building a winning
basketball team are not as rosy as
they might be. There are a num
ber of men of the first squad
about equal In ability.
The first squad Is made up of
Froemke, Larson, Hlxon, Gearin,
Boyle, Kraus, Bonney, Georre
Koch, Lawrence Koch, Halter,
Skiller, Wolf and Jackson. The
first game, that with MolaJla, will
be played on the local floor Thurs
day night, December 22.
lar about if yoa take All-Amer-lcan
selections seriously at
all, which we absolutely re
fuse to do. Who knows any
thing about it anyway? Since
the "Big Three" ceased to be
the alpha and omega of col
lege football, nobody has
known anything about It. Now
adays it's all a matter of politics.
MICKY MOUSE
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