The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 25, 1933, Page 8, Image 8

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    The OREGON STATES3IAN. galea, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, Jaacary 25, 1333
PAGE EIGHT
Washington Turm Tables on-Oregon SMe,:Wzm 3Q-M4-' '
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GIFTS JCIDES
Huskies Plunk Eight From
Foul Line; Beavers
Ahead at Half
CORVALLIS, Ore:, Jan. 24.
AP) Staging a brilliant rally in
the last five minutes of play,
Washington university fought up
from behind to defeat Orepon
State, 30 to 2 4. in their basket
ball game here tonight and there
by retain the lead in tne v acme
coast conference northern divi
sion race.
The Orangemen started strong.
running the score to 12 to 5 well
along in the first period, and
merged at half time with a two-
point advantage oyer the Hussies,
IS to 13.
In-the second half the Huskies
went into an early lead, the score
was tied, then the advantage see
sawed until the score stood at
23-all with five minutes to play.
Two quick baskets by Perry and
Fuller, and two conversions by
Fuller and one by Hanover, col
lected while Oregon State was
making but one free throw, gave
the Huskies the game, to split the
two-game series. Ed Lewis of Ore
gon State was again high man,
with 9 points, only half of Lis last
night's total.
'Summary:
Washington (30) FG FT PF
Gajer F 3
Weber F 2
Hanover F 0
.Pyry F 1
P. Antoncich C .1
Fuller C 1
Heaman O 1
Lee O 2
The Heavyweight Tangle
By BURNLEY-
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Totals 11 8
Oregon State (24)
O'Connell F 2 1
Hibbard F 1 0
James 1 o
Lewis 0 4 1
Hill C 0 0
Davis O 2 0
Lenchitsky- Q .- - 1 0
McDonald O 1 0
Totals 12 2 9
Referee: Emll Piluso, Portland.
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Result In Doubt Even After
Final Whistle In Wild
Game With Indians -
MOSCOW, Idaho, Jan. 24
(AP) Playing Inspired basket
ball, the University of Idaho Van
dals led all the way to defeat the
University of Oregon, 43 to 38, in
a Pacific coast conference game
here tonight.
It was a rough and tumble con
test, with the Vandals breaking
through just enough times to
keep the lead over the Webfeet.
Idaho took a substantial lead
early, but an Oregon spurt, led
by Simons and Olinger, guards,
tied the count at seven. From
that point until half time the lead
changed hands with almost every
shot. Idaho was ahead at the gun,
24 to 21.
At the opening of the second
half two Oregonians were set to
guard Barrett, Idaho's scoring
flash In the first period, and tiny
Pete Wicks, his running mate at
forward, got away tor four field
goals.
Git ir; tie
AFTER PLAYERS GO
STAYTON, Jan. 24. The Stay
ton Townies played a 27-to-27 tie
game with Dallas, independent
tats champs of last year, on the
Stayton floor Monday night. When
the final whistle was blown, the
scoreboard showed Dallas in the
lead, 21 to 27. Both teams and
both managers thought this cor
rect, but on checking the score
book later the final score was
found to bo 27-27. By that time
the Dallas team had left town
so it remains to bo seen which Is
the better.
i Both teams played slow, can
tious ball In the opening minutes,
and as the whistle blew at the
end of the first Quarter 8tayton
led, 4 to 2. Stayton opened up
somewhat In the second period
and at half time had a seven
point lead, 15-8. In the third per
Sod Dallas got "hot" and sank six
field goals and a free throw,
holding the locals to one field
goal and one foul shot This net
ted Dallas a 21-11 lead as the
final period began. Stayton out
scored the visitors i- to knot
the final score.
Ware, Thoma and D. Shelton
made good showings for the lo
cal ewm, with Cooke, Shelton and
Griffin doing the best work for
the visitors.
The Stayton seconds suffered
a lT-to-14 setback at the hands
of the "ay Woolen Mill team in
a preliminary game. Both teams
checked closely throughout the
game, aeorge Cannady made a
good showing for the visitors,
while Siegmund and Paul Dotler
looked good tor the borne team.
EVERYBODY has a different
version of just how the pres
ent heavyweight muddle will
be untangled during the coming
year. Apparently the facts, so far
as they are ascertainable, are these:
Heavyweight Champion Jack Shar
key will defend his title next June
against some opponent, probably the
winner or tne scneavuea ocnasx
Carnera battle, in a bout promoted
by the Madison Square Garden Cor
poration; meanwhile the two lead
ing heavyweight contenders. Max
Schmeling a.d Max Baer. have de
serted the Garden promoters and
are supposed to clash next summer
in a match which will be put on by
Jack Dempsey. now a fight pro
moter. . . ,,
Dempseys signing of Schmeling
and Baer stirred up more interest
in the heavyweight scramble than
the big fellows have known for some
time. Jack hopes to make himself
Into a really big furure in the pro
motional game, and if he really
succeeds in putting over this big
bout he will have taken a long step
towards his objective. And If the
Schmeling-Baer thing comes oil as
scheduled it will certainly provide
stiff opposition for the Garden's
heavyweight title bout, as both
matches are scheduled to come off
at about the same time.
Some skeptics have insinuated
that the whole thin, including the
so-called "nromoters' war" between
Demnsey and the Garden. Is merely
a publicity stunt to work up inter
est in a Sharkey-Schmeline bout to
be promoted by the Garden next
summer. Be that as ft may, Demp
sev is beinr deluged with bids from
different cities for his big bout,
while Jimmy "Wise Guy" John
ston, the Garden matchmaker, is
jubilant over Ernie Schaafs sen
sational- kavo of Stanley Poreda.
Johnston thinks that be Is sure
to get a good opponent for Sharkey
out of the coming Schaaf-Carnera
battle, despite the fact that Senear
is Sharkey's stablemate and (Jar
nera has already been whipped by
Gabby Jack.
If Schaaf beats Camera be will,
ostensibly at least, leave the Buck
ley-Sharkey management. Already
the way is being made open for this
maneuver by the news recently
given out by Buckley that bis eon
tract with Schaaf expires in March.
Those who know, however, say that
Sharkey and Buckley will continue
to be the real managers of Schaaf,
even if another man is put forward
as "dummy" manager in order to
make a Sharkey-Schaaf bout pos
sible. And if Ernie does box Jack, ft
will be the first time that a fighter
ever clashed with his own manager
in the ring and for the heavy
weight title, tool It might turn out
to be a real grudge scrap, at that!
OrrrtxM. mi. Kln Wwmtmrm Srateto. la.
In a wild scramble marked by a
minimum of real basketball, the
Salem blgb Quintet banded Che-
maw a Indian school Its first de
feat of the season on the Salem
floor Tuesday night. 29 to 28
Everybody Including the score-
keeoers seemed to be a little
"off", and when the game was
over the victory seemed as much
in doubt as at any time during
the 32 minutes of play, for it took
at least ten minutes more for the
I referee, consulting four or five
seorebooks. to decide the out
come.
Both teams passed wildly, miss
ed Innumerable, easy shots, and
rln general forgot most of the bas
ketball they knew. Only Kelley of
Salem and Dogeagle of Chemawa
retained their composure, Kelley
accounting for 13 points and Dog
eagle 14. though six of the let
ter's were made from the foul
line.
Despite the lack of science, the
fans r-ere treated to a thrilling
contest. In the first period only
one field goal was scored, that by
Chemawa, and the Indians led
to 2. Salem came back In the sec
ond period and led 11 to 10 at
half time; the score was tied at
16 -all and 18-all in the third
quarter; Chemawa got ahead, 37
23, at one point In the final per
iod. With Engle out on fouls and
Brownell out due to an ankle in
jury, things looked bad for the
red and black.
Reserves Help Out
In Final Scramble
But Kelley slipped In another
field goal, Pickens collected one
I and two were made on free
throws; one by DeJardin which
some of the scorers failed to mark
down, was the sticking point in
the succeeding squabble.
With everybody excited, it was
difficult to learn just the status
of the seorebooks. The official
book, as nearly as could be learn
ed. showed in Its Individual totals
the 29 to 28 result, and this tal
lied with two newspapermen's
records.
Supporters of both teams claim
ed that the excessive whistle toot
ing by a referee whom nobody ac
cused of being partial, upset the
players so they could not do their
best. Eight fouls were called In
the first quarter, four on each
side.
Summary:
Salem (29)
Kelley P ...
Wintermute
Engle C ..
Mosher O
Brownell O
Perrine P
I Thomas C
DeJardin O
Pickens P
Jon
Police Radio
Aided $98.65
Though bo exhibited all of the
Improvement la strategy and gen
eral performance which Salem
fans expected of him, Des Ander
son, this city's first mat favorite.
failed la bis effort -to wipe oat an
old acore with Henry Jones of
Provo, Utah, Tuesday night in the
police benefit wrestling show at
the armory. Jones won two of
the three falls. - From the stand
point of the police radio fund the
show was ' a success, meeting
1 9 8.1 B toward the purchase of the
ohort wave sending apparatus.
After Jones and Anderson had
each won a fall, they battled
fiercely for the last one and just
before the climax It looked as
though Anderson had the edge;
but he clamped a flying mare on
Jones and It slipped, or Jones
wriggled out of it, and the old fox
took advantage of Anderson's an
protected position to drop him for
th deciding fall with a backward
body slam. j
This came n E mlnuteslD sec
onds. Jones had taken the first
fall with a shoulder butt In 7: SO
and Anderson had trotted out his
new juggler whirl to win the sec
ond one in 1:25.
Both men appeared to be In
excellent condition, though Jones
still wore a considerable amount
of tape, as he did in his last sev
eral appearances here.
Ray Lyness dropped Fred Gray
In two successive falls In the
opener, the first In 19 minutes
and the second in 4: 10.
Tl
111 SQUADS
E
TO I IS WEEK
FO FT PF
5 3 3
F 1 0 0
1 1 A
...... . .
0 1 3
1 0 8
1 0 1
1 0 0
0 1 1
1 1 0
District Meet , to be Held
Here March 10 and 11,
- Willamette gym
WOODBURN. Jan. 24 Plans
for the basketball tournament for
the 12th high school district,
whleb comprises Marion and Linn
counties, have been completed,
and announcements are to be sent
to the schools In the district soon.
Excerpts from the letter, as writ
ten by V. D. Bain, superintendent
of Woodburn schools and chair
man of the committee, are:
"Time March 10 and 11. First
game begins each evening at 7:20.
-Place Willamette university
gymnasium.
"Teams Winners In the 'A
and BL leagues from each county
(Linn and Marlon), as deter
mined by the standinrs of the
county league, will be In the eon-
test If any school wishes to en
ter the tournament regardless of
its standing in its respective
league. It must notify the chair
man of the district In writing not
later than February 3. The com
mittee hopes that the league
method of selecting tournament
teams with its many obvious ad
vantages will meet with the ap
proval of every school.
Drawings The committee en
listed the help of Mr. Burgess of
the state department In making
the drawing. First game March
10, Linn county 'A' team versus
Linn county B team. Second
game March 10, Marion county
'A' team versus Marion county B
team. March 11 Losers and win
ners play.
"Awards The schools holding
both the championship and conso
lation cups should bring them to
the tournament.
"Players Each team may en
ter only eight pllyers. An eligibil
ity list of these players should be
in the bands of the chairman at
least by March 7."
Bain is chairman of the district
committee. Other members are
Herman Kramer of Silverton, and
E. A. Hudson of Albany.
Of course, the winners in the
district meet will take part In the
state tournament later In the
year.
Taxpayer Right
To Pay One ot
Levies Upheld
A' taxpayer has authority to"
pay a ataxia tax without paying
other taxes then listed and levied
against aim, the state supremo
court bald in an opinion banded
down Tuesday in the ease of R. .
T. Milae against XL E. Hoes, sher- -1ft
and tax collector of Coos)
cotfnty. The opinion was irrlttea
by Justice Kelly. :v '
Milno tendered payment ot
school district-tax but declined
to pay other taxes which naa ao -crned
against him. "
. The court affirmed Jndge O. M.
Cor kins of .tha Klamath eoanty
circuit eosrt la a suit brought by
Victor Mosrrove Palmer, ex-railroad
employe; to recover on aa .
accident policy written by tb .
MassaehnsetU Protective assocla- '
Uon. The lower court awarded
Palmer a Judgment ta tha
amount ot 18000. Attorneys feoa '
were eliminated by the supremo
court.
HO SIDES SEEN III
The Mid-Willamette Valley Bas
ketball association will play its
seventh series of games tonight
Some of the games are being
transfered to other nights by
mutual consent, including the one
here which brings together ba
lem and Silverton, both undefeat
ed In the northern division. This
game is expected to be played
Thursday night on the Y.m.ca
floor.
Woodburn is also unbeaten In
the northern division, while Per-
rydale leads the western teams
and Turner the southern group
Tonight's schedule:
Western division: Perrydale at
Grand Ronde, Falls City at Beth
si. Sherldan-Willamlna at Inde-
nendence.
Southern division: Mill City at
Stavton. Gates at Turner, Scio
Northern division: St. Paul at auxu., jn. z. ai me
Scotts MUla, Silverton at Salem, It meeting of the community
A plea tor open-mindedaeaa on
affairs as they develop ta tho
orient was voiced Tuesday noon
here by Dr. J. Vinton Scott In an
address to tho Salem Klwanis
club, of which ho la a member.
Dr. Scott spent 12 years in China
retnrnlnr here only recently with.
his family to reestablish aa Am
erican residence.
Something is to bo said la bo
half of the Japanese as well as for
tho Chinese, Scott declared, call
ing attention to tho great annua
increase In Japanese population
which is forcing, that nation to
find other places than tho home
land to colonise.
The speaker warned that
China's military power was poten
tially much greater than now duo
to her huge population and great
natural resources. He said recent
Japanese attacks had awakened
the Chinese nation to the need of
a larger army.
Motion pictures taken by Dr.
Scott when Chinese and Japanese
soldiers were fighting in Shang
hai, were shown by tho speaker
during his address.
M ST PLANNED
VETS DIB AND
Df AUBURN GROUP
PROG DAM T0N6HT
Mt Angel at Woodburn.
ciud u was voted to put on a I
contest between the men of the
community, the women and the
graduates of the school, the ones
having the best program to be I
entertained by the losers. A very
enjoyable program was present-
fans by signing Earl Sheely, for-J
mer big league and Coast circuit I
first baseman.
Sheely, who has ambitions to
become a catcher, was signed as
sueh. In addition he will handle
roles of utility first baseman and
assistant to Manager Spencer Ab
bott.
Turner traded Shortstop Meyer
Chosen to Oakland yesterday tor
Outfielder George Blackerby.
COJOT
ENTS
i
may succumb. He has had some
offers.
Last year under the able lead
ership of Spec Keene and with
the aid of the new rules which
clarified the eligibility situation,
junior baseball went rolling along
without any storms. Spec will be
at the helm again this year, and
everything should be serene.
Totals ii
Chemawa (28)
8. Shoulderblade F 1
Pratt F i
Amera C j
Dogeagle O 4
DePoe O 0
Zundle F 1
I. Shoulderblade O 0
0
0
14
3
0
0
4
2
2
2
Turner A.C.Gets
Fifth Victory by
r t j. - i enjoyaDie program was present- ""T " " Z z
Defeating GateS t the last meeting. Joseph thrr i
Benner of Salem, gave a num- "oss from Dr. Gerald B. Smith a
WOODBURN, Jan. 24. Mrs.
Joan Erickson will be hostess to
the members of the Sunshine club
at her homo Wednesday after
noon, January 25.
Walter TJppendahl Is construct
ing a small cottage for his fam
ily on East Lincoln street. Tho
house Is being put up on tho
Totals
Referee, Nelson.
.9 10 13
LOSES
TO BETHEL 62-16
BETHEL, Jan. 24 Bethel high
defeated Rlckreall at basketball
here Friday night, the girls win
ning 29-23 while the boys won 62-
10. The girls' game was close
throughout, the lead changing
hands several times.
The boys' game started out la
slow fashion with both teams
It will soon be time to think
about, and do something about,
American Legion junior base
ball. It's s great program, and
we hope It can bo earned on
hero despite the w. k. repres
sion. To gain the maximum
benefit for the boys, there
ought to be a city scries, bwt
ft that can't be financed, Sa
lem and Capital Post -can, we
feel sure, sponsor a dty team
ta the eoanty competition as In
the post.
Portland, we believe, Is going
woo n
II TO FLAY
MT.AN6EL TOWNIES
PUSH DEFEATS
TURNER. Jan. 24 Gaining
i and holding a safe lead through
out the game. Turner Athletic
I club's basketball team tonight de
feated the Gates Townies 43 to
25. This made the fifth straight
victory for the local quint In Mld-
i Willamette Valley league.
At halt time. Turner led 31 to
3, and 33 to 11 at the end of the
i third. Cluetke, Gates forward.
captured high scoring honors by
earning 17 points to 14 for Tong,
Turner center, and 12 B. uatn.
Turner forward.
Gates Turner A. C
ber of readings; Mr. Scott rocall nospuai. i
selection: eoraot ani i All la In readiness for tho big
Vaught ot Auburn, and several pot-luck dinner scheduled to take
selections by the newly or Kan- Place weanesaaj .nigai in mm.
lied Auburn orchestra. Woodburn armory. Tho affair la
At last reports. C. J. Griffith, being sponsored by the local Am-
who is in Portland reeelvinr erican Legion post and tho worn-
medical care, is slightly Improv- ' a axillary. Those In charge
ea I oi me supper are urgm un aa
Robins, meadow larks and blue terans and their wlree and
birds, are plentiful but spring daughters tura out whether they
seems a lonr war off. with have had a personal invitatioa
on the hills and mountains to the or ot- Indications are that there
south, east and west of us, and 'rnn r nnmoer or per
snow In some Instances on the! n ,n attendance. There will bo
north side of the houses yet. but Pbea and special features. Tho
II,
Ji men five
Hayward4 F 12 B. Gath frogs will soon be singing their dinner will begin at 7 p. m.
WOODBURN, Jan. 24 Wood
burn's town team plays another I collecting 11.
league game nere Wednesday
night when the locals take on tho
Mount Angel townies for the sec
ond time this season. In the first
encounter the Woodburn team
Mount Angel 23 to 22
parrish Junior hixh school-.
basketball team defeated Turner
high 38 to 10 on Turner's floor
Tuesday night Salstrom narform.
ed his customary high-poTnt task.
Cluetke 1 7.. .F. 8 McCnllough
8hepperd2 C 14 Tong
Bowes G 5 Martin
Wlgglesworth 2 . 0 Given
S. .. 2 J. .Denyer
8 2 A. Gath
S . . . . R. Denyer
chorouses and then all will know
spring Is here.
Parriah will play Gervais high
ai uervais rnaay night
Summary:
Turner Parrlsh
Mitchell S F... II Salstrom
Shoen F. . . . f Quesseth
Harrison Phillips
Is Given Surprise
Orchard Heights
Sponsors Program
For Rural Group
DADS S EU T
LESLIE P.-T. MEET
ORCHARD HEIGHTS. Jan. 24.
areap u-om nere arove Dai- r. .vi .vimu. -
On 70th Birthday th. Monday
' school east of Black Rock and I . ,. riu Yi.t
ME RAMA, Jan. 24 A surprise JJIVJJ Teachers .Association meeting la
blrthdav dinner was riven at the I r " I me scoooi muaiioninu
to have a better setnn than in the I
. - . - I nuuai AUKBl i lO II. ehn. m m r. I . - . . - Id. D. tSML. WDO Unmt in FQ1W I T- T T M MM - M m
past, for the legion committee 1 Woodburn's startlnr Ht. ,111 ST"; -vB"oein Harrison pauiips noma in nonor eft .wi "'r'y"01.
this year has decreed that eivic DrobablT lnclnd1 nIrolA"'A r "roirn of Mr. Phillips, who has reached I , 'V, I, . ITIT - I " speakers. Mayor
checking closely the score at half and athletic dubs shall sponsor TerBe Schooler, Baldwin. Mochel n.rlll J0n
time standing 10-2 for Bethel, the teams, and not business firms, and Chapelle. earner j q ; Cnry
S 2Luts
About a minute after the second
half bad started Captain Chrlsten
son was Injected into the game
and then the fireworks started.
The team came suddenly to life
and scored baskets almost at will
counting 43 points during the
half.
Christenson took high scoring I wholesome.
honors accounting for 19 points.
Freeman was a close second with
18.
Summary:
Bethel Rkkreall
Rohdes RF 10 Blhl
Domes 10 LF.2Cunnlngham
Freeman 18. ... C. ... .1 Waring
Pearson 2 RG..I Simmons
Osterhandt 2 . . . LO Coville
Christenson It .. S ..... . Waring
Creswell 2 8 ,2 Blhl
The sponsorship by business firms
there has consisted solely of fi
nancial support for which the in
cidental publicity was considered
a fair return. The teams have
really been exclusively controlled
by ambitious coaches, and the sit
uation has not been entirely
Jason Lee Wins
Over Aumsville
Squad 33 to 24
Referee, Norby.
SKY SIGNED UP
AS DUCK BACKS
TOP
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 24.
"irectore of the Pacific
Coast 4ague cleaaed up odds and
ends of business todar to eon-
elude the annual winter meeting
with a session marked onlv ttv
tbo decision to gat together once.
a year nereaner.
ThV annual fall meeting: was
discontinued to redueo excenses.
Tbo moguls trill assemble every
January only. ,
' Tom Turner, president of the
Portland elub. furnished the enlv
baseball hews Interesting to the
Let us hasten to explain that
a city series here with business
firms sponsoring teams would
be a different matter, because
when that series Is over all the
teams are pooled to obtain one
squad which win represent
Capital Post, and that makes
the rivalry entirely friendly.
The Jason Lee church basket
ban quintet paid a visit to Aums
ville last night and defeated the
Salem B Squad
Beats Indians
By Late Rally
bis 70th year. Those present were
Mrs. Millie Monroe, Harry Mon
roe, Alice Boylngton, Mr. and
Mrs. Clifton Phillips and daugh
ter Nyla from Mill City. Mr. and
Mrs. Dare Phillips and daughter
Daraleen. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Phillips and daughter Beverley
years, is leacning ner Seconal Don r las McKst. who snake brief.
term at the Fir Grove school. I r on ias'art
Tho program consisted of mnsl-1 rtma: rik-pinw lAtmua
cal numbers on a variety of I anav f v. ti n-
stringed Instruments and also "dad tn tha km aA nam
vocal numbers by tha Orchard Flesher who spoke oa physical ed-
a .bmeriainers ; swora i n cation.
aanee and Highland fung in cos-1
Mrs. John Carkin. nrealdant at
Ann, Mrs. Rillie Wilson and chil- !am J. 3oh,n Cir ot tt 1". presided at a brief
dren. Wava, Ereill and Russell. I rol: t pIno nn,mbri' Ml" business meeting at which a mo-
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Wagner and I 17 ijhv w was uiaa-i uon was pasaea indorsing tho
ofciiAran nfoVia mitt! ant Tin- I aagar, aiso or ssiem. Miss I Dresent system of trans-nortatJon
ane. Bettv Gonrh. Keith Phllllne. I accompanist i ok scnooi cnuarea xrom rural ots-
nniii rutin in OnnM Ur. I for J. P. Smart, who aanr a I tricta and also a motion that the
laiem nirn arhool'a n KaaVat- I w,i. . mmu . I rronn ttt Kltflt mnnrm I aotitnl V m m-mm m i m.
high school iteam In a game there, ball team defeated tho Chemawa wn0so honor the dinner was T0" lt from " were that the association may deter-
v . . ' lorwra or tne o aquaa to zt in a preliminary given. airs. j. w. Simmons, Larkln I mine where to plaa to build
church team, led In scoring with to the A teams' contest oa the 8a- The condition of Mrs. Carolina Grice, Ammoa Grlce, Lester Lio-I tennis court.
.U fboM M high lem blgb floor Tuesday night. I Kubln is reported mueh improved' Pertr Guy McDowell, Errin Sim- Dr. Barrick's quartet tarnished
wiiu ii wr me nign scnooi. itnemawa was aneaa ii to ii at and aha win be able to retnrn to I mons, Glenn Askey. Frank With-1 several musical selections. There
ber homo the last of this week. 1 er P. Smart and J. B. Best, I wara 21 -dads- present.
Farmers la this vicinity
Salem lost out In the county
series last year, it being rather a
lean year hero with most ot the
boys small and young. A good
many of tho boys who played on
Salem's team In tho county series
will be eligible again this spring:
we recall Jimmy Nicholson, Mlka
Miller. Francis GatchalL Pbll Kil.
usijisx'iaNUKNCxS. JanA X4 Tne I itrom. Waldn rtAlannY if airtn
Independence town tea, added I Morris. Pani Pian. mavton
another victory to Its list when I statnke ant Deimer nnn. Ra
ther defeated Liberty town team hem may go farther' this year.
u nome iioor Baiuraay aignt, i though Woodburn and Silverton
ny score oi to 41. I will Btm be formidable.
Independence
Wins Contest
With Liberty
Lineups: half time but Salem rallied In tha
Jason Le Aumsville I third period to. go ahead 2S-18.
Cross 11 F......10 Lebold Summary:
Bennett 4 F. ...... Tappln Salem Chemawa
Marcy 4 0. ...... I Oris Matthews 10 . . F.lOMarkescrum
Hesseman ....Q. Hankel Witsel 2 . r. . . . F 2 Hunter
Donris 2 G......I Morgan Fit ..C....... Kyoto
Blfven 10. ....S.. Hendry Fllsinger 2 0.... Jefferson
Watson 1....JB
Townies Defeat
Oregon Normal
BSquad,23-19
HObbs Q..r.t 8. Carle
! Pickens 12 8 2 MaJor
b..i Ducharma
Referee, Nelson.
are
getting ready to re-seed the tall Elsie StultZ
eember freese, some losing as high
as 80 acres. The strawberries do
not seem to be trosen out but a
few report that tha logans and
raspberries have been consider
ably damaged.
Monroe Groshong
Elected President Water President
Of Good Will Club For Scottt Mill
West Linn Quint
Beats Woodburn
Lineup for Independence: Fos
ter and Stapleton, forwards: Mat
tlson, center; Kelley and Traxel,
guaras.
ST. PAUL GTRLS WTIT
ST. PAUL, Jan. 24. The high
school girls defeated Tualatin. II
to iz, and tho local business
men's team lost t to It to the
Farmers, la games played here.'
Harold Hank who coached
last year's team and Frisco Ed
wards, who led the Salem boys
to the state finals the year be
fore, and Silverton to the
northwest championship and
the regional finals la 1030, are
both In town. Frisco doesaV
plan to go places wavinz aa In
dicator this rear, though he
Jitney Supper is
Planned as Benefit
For Srrirv.1 I vmrTi pot Uck dlMr noon. Nearly
ror OCnOOl limcnithat maay more came In the aft-
-" ' ' I ernoon.
SEZZER, Jan. 24 Tha com-! Election f mrm mi .m
west imaaity tiub will sponsor a Jltaey I with tha foUowlnr. results: -ores-
PERRTDALE. Jan. 24 The! - SCOTTS MILLS, Jan. 24 At a
Good Will club met Friday for aa I recent meeting of the Scotts Mills
all day of quilting and sowing oa ater company the following of-
garmtnta to bo put away until a Kers were elected for tha year:
call cornea from some needy fam-1 Mnoroe Groshong, president;
fly. About 20 women enjoyed a I Brougher, treasurer; aad
airs, ataua Myers, secretary. -
INDEPENDENCE, Jan. J 4 I WOODBURN. Jan. fl
Tne independence town team da- Una high school's basketball sunner at the sehooihonsa Friday M.Tf Tf V,:roT-;.V. JTA IlrT
S-fjSr??0? tem I team dofeated Woodburn high oa night from 1:48 to 7:20 o'elock. I ldent. Mri Fay .t.I
m nuy ni&ai uaepenaence oy i toe west una. floor this after-
Revival Campaign at
Union Area is Ended
-s. . wntun, aiu. at ouaaay aixnt
nrnNiuli tn wn Fn tTia. V.I I . . - . I T wumhij uisi
i -"A.0'" ' ?." . Wobu'a line. faniEach fainy U mu'eTted u'ESf& nofnTtS WSf?
uuuu.oohi. I up mciuueo jaexson. Kraua. I to brine- table eervteo. A aa1 nro. I nvt. ..".v. : I a neui in in
The independence lineup was: Froenke. Wolfe. Keen an rrairr I mm . ' I ITZTTl jrrr""" mfc uaioa PresDyterUa ehureh under
KeUey and TraxeL guards MatU- West Una also won the n r. irW. niTrTi.;...- . I. .... 7 1 leadarshlp of Val Cloud, aad
e.-l- .-a I mm I TZ T - -"' mwvwmus- , UiUU ua aOMTta JJlLCnaJI. I Ilia ..-..-.- m
cp.,.nu i wr, I mm iw J.X. I the LAVdleS Aid 4t aU til
iwiKMua. A.fia it 1WB.U1 Clio
1 was referee.
'Wniard aal-Rohertn IfftchW ST ""?.".v"CI?n?-
V.. -r 7 . -T I HBUbUW, SST. US STI,
, Woodbura wm play at Uolalla I omiltlnr Tharsdar. Poti.ck i.n rT.t, 'S- Te svangeUstla party
T. wmbe anioradatVeftfl. lrr
Donald
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