The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 26, 1933, Page 6, Image 6

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    PAGEs3l: '"; .v"': Th OREGON STATESMAN. Salem.- - Oregon, Tharsday Morning, Jannary-Zfl; 1333 - ,
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TEAM TO MEET
Wrestlers and Boxers are
Weil Coached; Show to
Start at 7:30 p.m.
Boxers and wrestlers of the
Salem T. M. C. A. and Chemawa
Indian school will clash in a series
of amateur matches on the T floor
tonight beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
Amateur competition in these
sports has been gaining in popu
larity recently, and good attend
ance is anticipated.
Though the boys will trade
blows and holds strictly for the
fun of the thing, there is nothing
"amateurish" about their per
formances. All of them are well
coached; the boxers trade punches
with a good deal more abandon
than do professionals, and tho
wrestlers, though they enrage In
no theatricals, know their mat
science thoroughly.
Don Hendrie, In charge of the
T wrestlers, announces that his
team will include Grieg at 125
pounds, himself at 135, Bigbee
at 145, Miller and Price heavy
weights. Their opponents hare
not been announced from Chem
awa. The boxing bouts will include:
Whitright, Chemawa, vs. Delan
ey, Salem, 135 pounds; Jameson,
Chemawa, vs. Newman, Salem,
145; Packer, Chemawa, vs. Has
tings, Salem, 155; Willis, Chem
awa, vs. Hoskins, Salem; Palmer,
Chemawa, vs. opponent not yet
named in 167-pound class; White,
Chemawa, vs. Logan, Salem, 128.
Independence
Townies Victor
Over Monmouth
INDEPENDENCE, Jan. 25.
In the third game of a series, the
Independence town team defeated
the Monmouth town team at the
home gym by a score of 30 to 10.
The home team outwitted their
opponents throughout the game.
This was their third victory In
succession.
Friday evening they won from
Oregon Normal B squad. Saturday
night they won from the Liberty
town team, and then succeeded in
defeating the Monmouth town
team Monday night. The '.ineup
for the Monmouth game was: Fos
ter and Stapleton, forwards; Mat
tlson, center; Kelley and Troxel,
guards.
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OM MENTIS
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Another comparatively light
Friday night schedule of sport
events la faced this week, In
contrast to several Friday
nights recently. However, that
Is far from meaning that there
Is any real loll in sport attrac
tions hereabouts. It simply
means that the Salem high bas
ketball team will be playing
oat of town, Willamette froeh
and Parrish ditto and the Wil
lamette varsity hitting the
hooks in hope they may remain
in the good graces of the Profs.
Willamette will, however, ex
change midnight oil for Union Oil
Saturday night, playing Vern Har
rington's hoopBters at 8 o'clock
on the borne floor, with the Wil
lamette freshmen and the Turner
town team providing the prelim
inary at 7 o'clock. Union Oil won
the last game 36 to 23, which was
decisive enough, but the Coast
conference boys have proven re
cently that nothing is really de
cisive these days.
Salem high will play Tilla
mook high at Tillamook Friday
night, and Astoria high at As
toria Saturday night. After
these two games we will have
for the first time, some real
basis for figuring out what Sa
lem's chances may be In the
state tournament this year.
Tillamook is the leader In Its
district right now, with an
overwhelming victory over Mc
Hinnville, and the Fishermen
well, they're still the state
champs, and will be nntil
March 16, at least.
O
The game with the Indians
Tuesday night spelled virtually
nothing, because neither team
was at Its best; and any compar
ison with the Portland teams was
nullified by the fact that Chema
wa had lost Hatfield since play
ing the Portland squads, and Viv
ette after playing some of them.
It did 'idicate however that Che
mawa i not hopelessly lost even
with those stars gone.
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And next Tuesday night, the
powers that be in the wrestling
business here promise to pro
duce Wildcat Pete, who hasn't
been here in many moons; he'll
meet Ray Lyness, who once
figured in a rapid shuttling
about of the world junior mid
dleweight belt which Pete now
holds. Henry Jones won it away
from Pete, L,ynes took it away
from Jones, Pete failed to get
it back from Lyness, Ynqni Joe
deprived Lyness of it and Pete
got it back from Joe. The belt
won't be up Tuesday night.
SHEFFER
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try?
13 Color
14 Range of perception
15 Who became Attorney General
of the U. S. in 19217
16 Lowest point
18 Printer's measure
19 Large snakes
20 Wise man
22 Broad smile
23 Prohibits
24 Ship's company
25 Unit of length
28 Mottled
27 Imitates
28 Part of the eye
29 Who is Majority Leader of the
House of Representatives I
31 What popular comedian is ap
pearing in the motion pic tare,
The Kid from Spain"?
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88 Obtains
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As we've said before, yon can
read anything that suits you on
the sport pages. Wednesday morn
ing's Oregonlan said Howard Ma
ple had a good chance to be a
first string catcher for the Wash
ington Senators; Wednesday aft
ernoon's Oregon Journal said
Howard was due to be sbipped to
Chattanooga.
Bertz of the Journal, how
ever, culled that bit of gossip
from Sporting News, and it was
a dispatch from Chattanooga,
not from Washington. Situation
is that the Senators traded
Spencer for Sewell, and still
have Berg. Bolton was farmed
to Chattanooga last year, and
tho boys there figure it's Ma
ple's turn to visit them this
coming season. Maple will have
to beat out Berg or Bolton by
his showing in training oamp,
but says if he doesn't rank
ahead of Berg, be would just as
soon go to Chattanooga where
he would have a chance to do a
lot of playing Instead of sit
ting out In the bull pen most of
the season. They play fast ball
in the) Southern association,
which is class A but said to be
as strong as the Coast league.
Wranglers Win
Over Bethel by
38 to 28 Score
Cadwell's Wranglers defeated
tbe strong Bethel town basket
ball team in a fast and Interest
ing game on the T. M. C. A,
floor here Tuesday night, 18 to
28.
The sport goods boys took the
lead right from the start and ran
it up to 21-11 at half time. Beth
el held the Salem boys even in
the second half, due principally
to some excellent marksmanship
by Christenson.
Summary:
Wranglers Bethel
W. Herbergur 2 . P 2 Groves
J. Herberger 19 r 20 Christenson
Gleason 3 C 8 Cobban
Hendrie 3 G 1 Rhode
Gardner 2 G.... 1 Shieldi
Arnsmeier 9 . . . S
Referee, Nelson.
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Take 7 out of 10 Bouts in
Meet With Corvallis;
Going There Soon
Salem high school's wrestling
team opened its lnterscholastic
season auspiciously Wednesday
night with a victory over Cor
vallis high, taking seven out of
ten matches. A return meet will
be held at Corvallis a week from
Friday night.
Chemawa, Franklin and Ben
son of Portland, Tillamook and
Sandy high school teams are on
Salem's schedule leading up to
the state tournament which will
be held here again In March
Prospects for the local team's
snecess are bright this season.
Summary:
108 pounds Painter, Corval
lis. defeated Alvin Frey, two
falls.
118 pounds Duncan, Balem,
defeated Thomas, fall and deei
sion.
121 pounds Elmo Frey, Sa
lera, defeated Bennett, two falls.
128 pounds Maring, Corvallis,
defeated Dudley, fall and two
draws.
138 pounds Ferris, Salem, de
feated Montgomery, two fallj.
ISO pounds Fisher, Salem,
defeated Rawle, two falls; Reed,
Salem, defeated Felton, two de
cisions. 160 pounds Don Cannon, Sa
lem, defeated Elliott, two falls.
175 pounds Patapoff, Corval
lis, defeated. Looney, two falls.
Heavyweight Yada, Salem,
defeated Mitchell, two falls; Earl
of Salem and Smith of Corvallis,
draw.
Reserve Oificers
Engage in Target
Work, Start Club
Organization of the Salem Re
serve Officers' target club was ef
fected at the armory last night
after the regular meeting of the
officers' association. The 15 men
joining the club decided to re
quest federal allowance for am-
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tain Alexander MeGee, national
guard instructor. Officers chosen
were:
Lieut. Kenneth Dalton, presi
dent; Lieut. L. B. Schoel, secretary-treasurer,
and Lieut. Robey
Ratcllffe, range officer.
HilS MIKE IT
MOSCOW, Idaho, Jan. 25.
(AP) Led by tiny Pete Wicks,
forward, the University of Idaho
Vandals rode rough shod over the
University of Oregon basketball
team here tonight, winning 40
to 31. '
It was a rough and tumble
melee from the opening whistle,
with the Vandals taking the lead
at the start and holding it
throughout. Roberts, Oregon's
sharp shooting center, Stevens,
left forward, and Barrett, Idaho's
scoring forward, were taken from
the game on personal fouls.
Idaho counted eight points be
fore Oregon found the basket, but
the Webfeet rallied after Ollnger.
right guard, dropped In a field
goal and brought the count 10 to
9 for Idaho. At half time Oregon
was trailing by a field goal at
22 to 20.
In the second half Oregon dog'
ged the Vandals' feet but was un
able either to take the lead or to
tie the count.
Pete Wicks, a head shorter than
his teammates, counted fire field
goals and five free throws for 15
points.
Medics Win Out
By Single Point
Over Yew Park
Wednesday night the basket
ball team of Medical Detachment
249 C. A. C. won a roughly play
ed game at the Armory from the
Tew Park team by a score of
SO to 28.
Medics Tew Park
Clutter 14 ...... F. .. . 12 Sischo
Morehouse. ... F. 10 D. Kimple
Gillette 4 C...... Parrish
Kaufman 5 .... G ..... . f Lewis
Eyre 3 G. Groves
Utter 4 S
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FACULTY PLAYS
B FI TONIGHT
Coaches Will Have Eyes of
Pupils Upon Them; gym
Tourney Finals on
That long - anticipated basket
ball game between the Salem high
B quintet and the faculty, will
take place on the high school floor
at 8 o'clock tonight. It was to have
been played as a preliminary to
the Salem-Eugene game recently.
but Eugene brought along a B
team and that prevented the pro
posed contest.
As a preliminary starting at 7
o'clock, the finals in the gym
class basketball tournament will
be played. The admission charge
will be 10 cents.
The faculty team will include
Vernon Gilmore and Garnle Cra
nor of the high school instruction
staff, Gnrnee Flesher of Leslie.
Harold Hauk, Frank Brown and
Tom Drynan of Parrish.
All of these men have bad con
siderable experience but not all
of them have done much practic
ing this year; and woe to them
if they fail to scintillate, for the
boys they have coached in this and
other sports will all be there to
see them -perform, and they will
be highly critical.
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DALLAS, Jan. 25. Miss Helen
Hull, airls' physical director at
Dallas high, announced the fol
lowing teams for girls' interclass
basketball.
Freshmn Forwards. Deris Kerp, Tl
la Plait. LeVslls Grocsisr sad Virginia
Goodlow; rssrdi. Theons Foster, Lnaisa
Loriasr, Betty Cridsr and Jub Schnai
dsr; jnmpinf esntcrs, liens Gaffcas, Eva
lya McDonald and Itaclrna Gayatn; run
sin 1 centers, Wilms Dick. Dorothy Lar
son. Mamerlta Weirant sad. Helen Ells.
Sophomores Forwards. Dorothy Jones.
Virginia Browa,Msry SUaU and LaVello
Trneax; rasrda, Evelyn Csrpenter, He lea
riliatt Oliva Tameris and Velms 8 broa
der; jumping centers, Zaneta Reiser and
Betty Bradibaw; reaning centers, Efas
Mnller snd Roth Ptnmmer.
Juniors Forwsrds, Jnttine Kerp, Irene
Larson. Bebecca Jones snd Ethel Vsn
Bnskirk; gnsrds. Edna Bollman, Jessie
For Freedom
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Bouts
Oritealev, KUa Lsage and Vsry" Je
Wstsos ; lamping centers, Lois WsKen
ad Ada Behmitt: rsaaiag eenters, Jsae
Helms and Emily Benr.
Seniors rerwsrds. iars Marsa, n si
de Foamier, Evslya Linda a I and Myrtle
SalTsly; gnares, A rue Jay juriman,
Bath Betta, Catherine Hawkias and 11
esnor Batted; Jassplng centers, Leis
Claafield end Eiue bearoeder; rsaalng
ecater, Hassl Phtmnssr.
Gardinier-Ashby
Clash Billed for
Elks and Solons
Joe Gardinler and Spike Ashby,
who had Salem's Elks all agog
with thir vrestiinz iireworas
m.w vr'. will nerform for
thm. nilla azaln toniEht In a no -
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time limit, no-rules siaich at the
lodge temple.
This will be the crowning event
of an entertainment to which all
legislators have been invited. Pre
viously at the lodge session, legis
lative visitors who are officers in
their homo lodges will fill the
chairs.
Dodgers Defeat
Aces Easily in
Tilt at School
MT. ANGEL, Jan. 25. The
Dodgers and the Aces, rival bas
ketball teams of St Mary's public
school, met In a clean, fast game
In tho school gym Tuesday. The
Dodgers were easily victorious
with a score of 26 to 2.
Summary:
Dodgers Aces
Hessel F Zch
Hassing F LeDorx
Barnum C Klrscb
Blsenlus G Welton
Bernlnr G. .Hetterscheld
Yew Park Beats
' Falls City Five
The Tew Park basketball team
defeated Falls City in an exciting
game at Falls City, 3 8 to 36. The
score was tied five times. Yew
Park led at half time, 19-15.
Summary:
Tew Park
Falls City
W. Kimple .
D. Kimple 9 .
Parrish 9 . . .
Lewis 9 . . . .
Sischo 11. . .
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.5 Speerstra
..16 Rickets
2 Foster
, Otto
Referee, Ickes.
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LIFE SAVING WORK
IT y. CHECKED UP
R. E. Carlson, northwest Red
Cross life sarin g examiner, assist
ed by Miss Juanita JohnBon,
northwest first aid instructor,
were at the Salem T. M. C. A.
last night to check on tbe life
saving work of six members of
the Black Dragon corps here.
Provided the members check
ed can pass the tests, they will be
qualified to act as Instructors in
. l . V i
1 uie saving; wor, mcir permit tu
run throughout 1933.
Carlson stated that there are
nearly 1,000,000 persons trained
in this line of activity over the
United States. He said that the lo
cal Black Dragon corps has been
outstanding in its volunteer cam
paigns here, in Aurora and other
towns over the county, and that
it is as active as ever this
year.
Helping Carlson and Miss John
son last night were Helen Price,
Fred Paul and Mrs. R. R. Board
man, all qualified Instructors.
Cemetery Fire
Menaces Lives;
Firebug Blamed
PORTLAND. Ore., Jan. 25.
(AP) Six Chinese, employed as
rrave diggers and gardeners at a
Portland cemetery, narrowly es
caped serious injury here when
their two shacks on the eemetery
property caught fire.
Police said evidence led them
to believe the fire was of incen
diary oririn. They say they wert
told two Chinese discharged there
last summer had been seen loiter
ing in the vicinity. The six who
escaped the flames in scanty at
tire were Toung Sam, Wong Toy,
Lye Sing, Doe Chin, Chin Goon
and Wong Joe.
TEACHERS ON STRIKE
SANTIAGO. Cuba. Jan. 24.
(AP) Public school teachers
here went on strike Tuesday after
informing the school board they
found it impossible to continue
work until paid the eight-months'
salary due them.
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