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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, December 31, 1932
DeNeffe's Rallies in Second Half to Beat W. U. 52-43
PAGE SIX
TEIS TO HE
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TONIGHT
Calkins Star; Bearcats not
Impressive on Offense,
Shakeup is Likely
Por the second time this week
a spirited second half rally won
a basketball game on the Willam
ette university floor, Friday night,
but this time it was the visiting
team, which spoiled some of the
thrills from the Willamette parti
sans' standpoint. The DeNeffe's
quintet of Eugene, trailing 22 to
15 at half time, came back at a
pace that couldn't be denied and
defeated the Bearcats 52 to 43.
The same teams will play again
tonight at 8 o'clock.
DeNeffe's, led by Windsor Cal
kins who chalked up half of his
team's points, countlnx nine field
goals and eight out of nine free
throws, gained back the points it
had been behind, while opposing a
quintet of Willamette reserves
early In the second half; but the
independent team started on even
terms against the Bearcat regu
lars about a third of the way
through the period, and piled up
a nine-point margin by the end of
the game. For a time the margin
was greater than that.
DeNeffe's lacked the services of
two of the Eberhart brothers, but
had two Siegmund boys, Don and
Ed, former Salem high stars, to
make up for that. Max Kuhenstein
and Balliston gave Calkins the
greatest amount of help iu piling
up points.
The Willamette team looked
ven rapgeder than in its first
home game and lacked some of
the fire that it had exhibited on
that occasion. The only improve
ment shown was in retrieving the
ball under the basket, and that
was due largely to a great differ
ence in the size of the opposing
players.
The "fast breaking" offense ap
peared to be almost stationary, in
sofar as the starting group was
concerned. The group of supposed-to-be
reserves, in fact, looked fast
er, though no smoother. Ray Grif
fith was the only player who
howed much promise on attack,
in the brit-f time he was in the
game. Burdett got a few cripples
and Kieke dropped in a couple of
long ones near .the end of the
game, but otherwise the starting
group was helplts on offense and
some ''shakeups" are doubtless in
utorp. for tonight, insofar as there j
are any regulars to shak1 up.
Summary;
Jfc-Nerfe's (.2) l'(i FT PF
Ruhenstein, F .... 5 2 3
E. Siesmund, F . . . 1 1 2
Calkins, (' 9 . 0
D. Siegmund, G . . . 0 1 5
Eberhart, (1 1 o 4
Balliston, (' 4 ) 1
Totals 20 12 15
Willamette (1:1)
Lemmon. F 0 0 0
Burdett. F 4 1 4
Rieke, C 3 2 1
Frantz, G 1 1 2
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For Rose Bowl Game; Light
Workouts Today, Sunday
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 30 (AP)
Southern California and Pitts
burgh, football opponents Monday
in the annual west-east Rose bowl
classic, were living in the future
rather than the present today. To
all practical purposes preparations
for the big battle were completed
and only a few final chores re
mained. Southern California this after
noon held its final Practice, a
rather perfunctory one, on its
home field and packed up for a
move to Pasadena to test the Roso
bowl turf in the last workout to
morrow. At the samt time PiU was go
ing through a brief schedule at
Tucson, Ariz., with another equal
ly brief one on tap for tomorrow,
after which the Panthers will en
train for Pasadena.
The physical condition of the
two star teams was excellent,
only Capt. Paul Reider, Pitts
burgh halfback, will be kept out
of the starting lineup by injuries
suffered in mid-November.
Players of both teams were re
ported down to weight and Coach
es Howard Jones and Jock Suth
erland were concerned about keep
ing them in fit physical and men
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Chemawa Beats
Molalla Quintet
By Wide Margin
CHEMAWA, D ,". 30 The Che
mawa Indian school Iftsketball
team defeated Molalla high 43 to
It? on the Molalla floor tonight.
The Indians were ahead at half
time 23 to 9. Hatfield scored 10
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tal condition for the game which
many observers will regard as a
national titular clash.
Jones frankly feared over-confidence
by his Trojans and point
ed out to the players that the
eastern visitors have outgalned
the westerners 2969 yardB to 2397
and that while Pitt's opponents
have piled up only 1457 yards, op
posing teams have gained 1475
yards against the U. S. C. men.
Outside supporttrs of the Tro
jans recalled that Pitt played one
more game than Southern Calif
ornia, which might account for
the superior yardage gained and
that regardless of the offensive
efforts of Southern" California'
opponents, only two touchdowns
have been scored against Jones'
team.
Supporters of the Trojans point
ed, too, to the fact they will be
out to win their 20th straight
game, no small football feat in
any league, and will be charged
with the responsibility of keeping
their Rose bowl slate clean.
About 50,000 tickets have been
sold and more than 30,000 remain
in the bnxoffices. Estimates have
placed the attendance at between
65,000 and 75,000.
points and Vivette and Shoulder
blade tied with eight for Che
mawa; Summerville made 10 of
Molalla's counters.
The Chemawa B team won from
the Molalla second squad 19 to 13.
Chemawa'g next game is with
West Linn high, next Friday
night.
Grange Hoopers
Beat Jason Lee;
Score 37 to 28
LIBERTY, Dec. 30 The Red
Hills grange basketball team play
ed the Jason Lee church quintet
here Thursday night in a good.
hard fought game which ended
in the grangers' favor, 3" to 2 8.
The lineup:
Liberty Jason Lee
F. Vlasik 8 f 4 Wygant
8. Vlasik 19 f 9 Cross
Judd 8 c 8 Biever
Gurgurich 2 . . . . g. . . . 5 Hessman
Seegar g 2 Watson
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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. JO-
CAP) Practice loads were light
ened today as eastern and western
collegiate stars tapered off on
training preparations for the an
nual east-west charity football
game here Jan. 2.
Signal drills with attention di
rected to passing attacks were the
order of the day at both camps.
Scrimmage yesterday developed
an eastern casualty in Bob Rows,
Colgate fullback, who hurt his
neck while driving through the
line. Harry Newman, Michigan
quarterback, was still favoring an
ankle injured earlier this week.
Coaches Andy Kerr and Dick Han
ley expect both players to be
ready for the game.
The western squad took a morn
ing workout on the University of
California field. Coaches Dana Bi
ble and Orin Hollingbery said
the players had learned all the
plays readily and the remainder
of the week would be confined to
polishing off the rough spots of
the offense and defense.
Indications two of the west's
triple threat stars mieht appear In
the starting backfield unit came
to light although the coaches Bald
any selections at this time were
"purely guesswork." George Sand
er, Washington State, and Hank
Schaldach, California, may open
the game at quarterback and left
half respectively. It was learned.
despite their all 'round cap&bil
itles and the fact each had been
calling signals.
Tentative starting lineups fol
low :
East
LE Paul Moss, Purdue
LT Marsh Wells, Minnesota
LO Bob Smith, Colgate
C Tom Gilbane, Brown
RG Joe Hill, Colgate
RT Joe Kurth, Notre Dame
RE Dick Fencl, Northwestern
QB Bart Vlviano, Cornell
LH Gil Berry. Illinois
RH Pug Rentner, Northwestern
FB Roy Horstman, Purdue
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Lawrence Ely. Nebraska
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Word that Andy Peterson, sen
ior at Willamette university, will
Join the Newark, N. J., club in the
International league as a pitcher
early in the spring, came indirect
ly through McMinnvIlle Friday, a
report to that effect having been
published in the McMinnville Telephone-Register.
Peterson has giv
en out no announcement of his
plans here.
It has been known for some
time that major league scouts
looked Peterson over carefully
last season and that some of them
had made offers of contracts. If
he goes to Newark It will mean
that he will have signed up with
the New York Yankees, who oper
ate the Newark club as a "farm."
Andy pitched several no-hit
games for Willamette and for the
Salem Senators, includ'ng one per
fect game for Willamette against
College of Puget Sound. Last sum
mer he Joined the barnstorming
team in the orient.
Stanford Topples
Before Jayhawker
Offensive, 38 - 20
LAWRENCE. Kan.. Dec. 3 0.
(AP) The Kansas basketball
team, showing for the first time
this season the form that won the
Big Six conference basketball title
last year, smothered Stanford uni
versity 38 to 20 tonight in the
first of a three-game series.
The Kansas offensive was so
effective that at one time the Jay
hawkers led the Californians 15 to
1. Hancock of Stanford made the
only field goal registered by his
team in the first half which ended
20-6, Kansas.
In the second half Allen used
two more teams. The visitors used
a fast breaking offensive but their
eye for the basket was poor.
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Whiskered Marvel
Chet Wiles and Sailor Franz,
who staged one of the best wrest
ling matches seen In Salem this
year, will be featured In the open
ing card of 1933, next Tuesday
night at the armory. On the oc
casion of their former meeting
Wiles won by an extremely nar
row margin and, according to
Matchmaker Harry Plant, there
has been consistent demand for
another meeting between them.
,In order that these big fellows
may have full opportunity to set
tle their differences, the match is
billed as a no-time-limit affair.
Ray Lyness, who was one of the
first grapplers to appear here
when the game was revived more
than three years ago, and has re
turned at Intervals since that
time, will be back again Tuesday
night. He wrestled Des Anderson
on his first visit. Later he de
feated Henry Jones at Eugene and
took the Pacific coast middle
weight title away from the Utah
man.
Lyness will meet a colorful
newcomer who Is billed merely as
"House of David," the whiskered
marvel. This practically nameless
individual wars a long flowing
beard, which may require the ref
eree to redouble his vigilance
against hair-pulling in case Ly
ness feels that way about it, for
the beard will provide an extra
hand-hold.
There Is a possibility that An
derson, highly popular here while
a Salem resident and now promi
nent In grappling circles through
out the northwest, may return for
a match the following week, and
if he can be Induced to come, It Is
probable that he will meet the
winner of this match.
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AURORA, Dec. 30 Little
Jean Gilbreath, 6 years old, Is
in the Oregon City hospital for
observation for mastoid develop
ment. Her mother is with her.
Others who are quite ill are
Mrs. George and Mrs. Albert Eh
len, Ralph and Allie Zimmerman.
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The holiday season, a sort of
vacuum breaking np the early
part of the wlntrr indoor sports
season, is drawing to a clos,
and there will be a lot to talk
about beginning next week,
when all the basketball teams
get going i earnest. This week
has not been uneventful, but
the basketball games have been
confined to those played by Wil
lamette. Next week all of the
teams will get going again.
DeNeffe's will be on hand for
another clash with the Bearcats
tonight. It would be a pleasing
thing from a special standpoint If
Willamette could win one of those
games, as that would rank it
ahead of the University of Oregon
which Is one game down to De
Neffe's. O
Next Tuesday the Portland
Rosebuds will come here to play
Willamette. Another game next
week will be Salem high's first
interftcholastic contest, tInst
Hilverton high here Saturday
night.
The big thrill of Friday night's
game was little Max Rubenstein
taking a dive Just as the final gun
was tired. Looked like Maxie was
"on the spot" but maybe the spot
was a bit of chewing gum rooted
to the floor.
Dean Clark and all of his as
sistants are said to be ill with
flu, explaining the slight rhill
prevalent in the Willamette
gym last night; Spec Keene
promises to fire up personally
today, if necessary, and de
clares there will be sufficient
heat.
"Doc" Allen does a neat Job as
referee: fans who remember see
ing him leave the floor with four
fouls against him a number of
times last season, suggest unkind
ly that Doc is a good referee be
cause he knows all the fouls from
personal experience.
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per cent of the country's annual
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SILVTIRTON, Dec. 30 (Spe
cial) In three basketball games
played here tonight, the high
school quint defeated West Linn
68 to 25. while the town team
lost to Molalla's townfes 2 8 to
21, and the high school B squad
was smothered 27 to 2 by the
West Linn B. The town team
contest was the best of the three
with its display of speed.
Silverton high's boys gained
the edge over West Linn by vir
tue of their size. The visitors
were scrappy and good players
but unable to cope with the lo
cal beanpoles. Pettyjohn. Silver
ton center, captured scoring hon
ors with 3 0 points to his credit.
Scott, forward, was next with 22
tallies.
Weet Linn Silverton
Beiard F 3 Kolln
Elliott 3 F 22 Scott
Irish 7 C. 30 Pettyjohn
Quals 11 G 6 Orrin
Reams 4 G Marx
S.... 2 Schwab
S. . . . 2 Bradley
S... 2 Hobblitt
Referees: High games, Dietz;
town game, Harold Davis.
THREE OVERTIMES
The most exciting game of the
Mid-Willamette Basketball associ
ation season to date was played
at Stayton Wednesday night,
when Turner defeated Stayton 30
to 29 sfter three overtime peri
ods. The score was 23-all at the
end of regular playing time and
there was scoring in each of the
extra sessions.
It is reported that Scio is claim
ing a forfeit from Gates in anoth
er southern division game, assert
ing the Gates team failed to show
up.
Summary of Stayton - Turner
game:
Stayton Turner
Ware 12 F 16 Gath
Shelton F '....7 Tone
Smith 2 C 7 McCulley
Berg 1 G Cox
Thoma 6 G Martin
Ashhy 4 S
Darby 4 S
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