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x SPORTDOM FAYS HONOR TO A WORTHY CAREER
HOPES TO BEARD RUSSIAN LION
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HUSKIES TIE UP
Oregon State Finally Gets
Going; Lewis Resumes
High Scoring Role
EUGENE, Ore., Feb. 18 (AP)
Oregon State college 1 defeated
the University of Oregon, 29 to
II, here tonight to retain its lead
In the Pacific coast conference
northern division basketball race.
The ' game opened with both
teams playing cautiously and
guarding closely, and for 15 min
utes the scoring, 3 to 1 for Ore
gon State, was all on free throws,
neither team being able to con
nect for a basket.
Then Taylor for the Orangemen
cut loose with a basket, Roberts
of Oregon hooped an answering
shot, and Lewis and . O'Connell
, followed In quick succession. Lew
, is, captain of the Orangemen, had
three baskets by the end of the
half, which ended 15 to 7 for
The Orangemen increased their
lead in the second half, then Ore
gon rallied to cut the lead down
to eight points, 19 to 11. But Ore
gon State replied with four bas
kets in a row to pile up a safe
Lewis was high individual scor
er with 14 points, and gave his
team a further advantage by tak
ing most of the tipoffs. One of
the largest crowds in years, esti
mated officially at 5,500, saw the
Oregon State and Washington
have both lost four conference
games, but Washington has four
games yet to play and Oregon
State only two, both against Ore
Oregon State (29) FG FT PP
Hlbbard F 0 0 1
O'Connell F 3 1 0
Taylor F 2 0 0
Lewis C 5 4 2
DaTis G 0 S 0
McDonald G 0 0 1
Lenchitsky G 0 1 0
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Here's Abe Kaplau, rotund niaUuan from X. YM Tibxt has been signed
for a maU'h with Al Karasick at the armory Tneeday night. One
reason these big boys were picked ont for this week's hedliner,
was the evident animosity toward each other they betrayed when
Kaplan was called in as emergency referee at Karaftick'a boat
with Sailor Franta last week.
Robertson F 3 1
Stahl F o
Rotenberg F ..0 0
Roberts C 4 1
SteTens G 0 1
linger G 0 1
Berg G 0 0
Marked Increase In golf inter
est, already flourishing in Salem,
resulted in the past week from
events which will have the effect
of concentrating the efforts of
divot diggers to one organization
and one course, that of the Salem
More members will mean more
competition, according to the gen
eral opinion expressed. In order
to provide an Immediate outlet for
the enhanced competitive spirit in
evidence, officers of the club have
arranged a hall sweepstakes tour
nament for today. Players will
name their own handicaps.
Within the near future a party
which will be in the nature of a
get-together for the old and the
new members, will be arranged, it
Edmundson's Lads Perk up
To win 35-28; Trojans
PULLMAN, Wash., Feb. IS
(AP) Smarting under their de
feat last night, th TJalTerilty of
Washington Huskies turned on
Washington State's Cougars, de
feating them SS to 21 In their
Pacific coast conference basket
ball game here tonight.
Washington kept to the fore in
its race for the championship,
winning the struggle after a
rough and tough onslaught that
saw 27 personal fouls called on
A different team from tho slow
footed, slow thinking crew that
fell before Washington State's
Onslaught last night, tho Huskies
went into action at the start.
with Hal Lee, guard, looping tho
first field goal. Ken wills, Wash
ington State guard, followed with
another field goal, bat the Hus
kies again took the lead and held
it nntil half way in the period
Hero Wills tied the count at 9
but Washington forged ahead
again, and was out In front, 18 to
IS at the half.
A Cougar rally early in the sec
ond half brought Washington
State to within three points of
tho university, but Heaman, Leo,
Galer and Hanorer went on a
rampage that enhanced the lead
by ten points..
With six minutes to go and
Washington leading, 27 to 22,
Huntley Gordon, Washington
State's towering center, was drawn
from the game on personol fouls,
duplicating his performance of
last night, and Washington quick
ly ran its count to 84.
BERKELEY, Calif., Feb. 18.
(AP) University of California's
basketball team nndged the Un
iversity of Southern California
quintet out of its unbeaten Pacif
ic coast conference position by
winning the second contest of a
two-game series here tonight, 29
The rictory, however, was a
hollow one for tho Bears, as
U. S. C. winning last night's game
28 to 27, had already clinched the
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Totals 7 4 10
1 Referee, Emil Plluso, Portland.
Will Change Help Them?
" STAYTON, Feb. 18 The Stay
ton Athletic club split a double-
header on the Stayton Floor Fri- I
day night, when the club sec
ond team defeated Stayton high
chool by a 22 to 16 score, and
Parker's of Salem, took tho Stay-
ton first by a 38 to 28 score.
The preliminary game was
lose from start to finish, but
the clubbers proved to be the
The second ball game started
djbastrously for Stayton, Flake
nd Nash leading Parker's to a
13 to 1 lead at tho quarter.
Etayton checked closer in the sec
ond period and at half-time Par
kers led 15 to S.
In the third quarter Stayton
ktaged a fighting comeback, at
one time having a 3 point lead.
Flake, pivot man for tho vis
itors, gave them a lot of help by
controlling nearly every tip-off,
besides rolling up 10 points.
Ware of Stayton, held, to 3
volnts in tho first half broke
loose for 12 more In the last half, I
to lead the scoring with 15.
Stayton Second Stayton High I
L. Shelton 8 F 1 Bell
M. Shelton 6 . . . .F 1 Harold
Siegmund 1 . . . . C . . 6 Robertson
P. Dossier G S Keyes
Pendleton Q . . . 4 Crabtreo
Ware 1 8
KONETCHy AND FOURNIER.
TWO FIRST BASE VETS, TboK
NEW LEASES ON LIFE WHEM
THEy CAME TO BROOKLYN r
VETERAN FIRST BACKER
HAS COHE TO BROOKLYN
UlLL THE CHANGE
RSJiJVEAATE' Hli ?
MT. ANGEL, Feb. 18 Tho
botb' and cirls teams of St.
Mary's school played a double
header with tho Aurora grades
an the Aurora floor Friday night.
In tho first game tho Aurora
lad won 22 to 7. The homo
girls however, made up for tho
loss by taking the Aurora gins
Into camp 14 to 11.
Aurora (22) (7) Ms. Angel
McGlnnis F ..... . Macklo
Tomlin F.. Bourbonnals
Tvtran ..... .C Bauman
Kilers i.G Saalf eld
Hill O. . .-. . . Appleby
Subs . Aurora: Hurst. Eilers.
Keil and Arnold. Subs, 1ft An
gel: Ebner, Barnum, Koppes and
Aurora (11) (14) Mt. Angel
McGlnnis F. .. Grosjacques
Colvln... F.. ..... Keber
Hosa. ...... JC....... Aanen
Roberta...... .RC... Schalter
Stephen. . . . . . .a. . . . wampacn
- K. Hoss. G.....i Bernlng
1 LOS AUGELES. Feb. 18 (AP)
- -Douglas Taltt. Indianapolis out
v tlelderr was traded to tho Holly
wood duo of tho Pacnis coast lea
guo, today- for' Marty: Callahan,
fUv outfielder. ? y -r
--WHO, LIKE JUDGE, 1$
,A FORMER AMERICAN!
TRYIMG TO HAKE"
GOOD IN THE -HEYDLER
HE IS TRYIMG FOR
A PITCHING" BERTH
WITH THE PIRATES '
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m I r. l M m
TTTHEN that Ponce do Leon
.111 fellow waa rummaging
V V around the Ticinity of Flor
ida for a fountain of youth that
would snap him back into his old
form, put bock tho rigor in his arm
and tho sDrhur in Us step, ho was
looking in tho wrong; neighborhood.
He should hare been searching tho
wilds of Brooklyn. Bight where tho
nm base of Ebbets Field is now
located ho would have discovered
that fount of rejuvenation.
But although the Spanish gentle
man went wrong, some ball play
rs hare done much better. They
went to the rieht spot. And still they
come. Tho latest Joe Judge., who
has signed with the Dodgers after
tlchteen seasons with the Washing
ton Senators, aad at a time when
a great many ball players would be
ust aoonv reaay to retire to
thicken farm. Or worse.
There aro those who shako their
hoada dubiously whoa they consider
Joa't thirty-nino years, hot they f ail
- bo reckon with tho ltle ssrite that
hovers otot tho first sack at Ebbets
-the tamo sprite that wared
wand over tho hoary heads of Eon
etchy and Foamier, who came to
urookiyn nnder similar dreum-
stancea and amaxed tho fans with
brilliant, boyish olayimar.
ludgo baa a great record, at has
been known as one of tho most de
pendable fielders among Amerkan
Learuo first basemen. He hits and
throws lefty, and in 1930 he made
only two errors in 1.119 accerted
chancea in 120 games. His batting
averasre for the eia-hteen years he
has ben playing is 99 and his best
season s average was .333 m 19ZO.
We mentioned Konetchy and
Fournier do yon recall tho details t
Konetchy came to tho Dodgers in
1919 after twelve seasons with tho
Cardinals, Pirates and Braves. Ia
1920, at 33 years of age, he hit .306,
and his sraackin and fieldine were
factors in the Dodgers' winning of
the pennant that year. Then he
was traded to tho Phillies- and
faded rapidly into tho minors. -
Foamier carno to tho Dodgers la
1923. Ho was 3L and had pat ia
many" soooons, mainly with the
White Sox. He waa another "all
Victory Over Linfield, 56
To 40, Proves Pacific
Paget Sound 2
7n t rnvtr
BEATS 5CIQ 23-21 MlvMENTS
SCIO, Feb. 18. By a score of
23 to 21 the Sweet Home boys'
basketball team defeated the Sclo
team on tho local floor Friday
night. The game was exceedingly
fast and the scoring was close at
all times, with neither team more
than three points in tho lead at
any time except once, when in the
third quarter Sweet Home had a
lead of five points.
The first quarter ended 7-4, fa
voring Sclo, but during tho sec
ond quarter the score was tied at
various times, and lust before the
WEST UN BEATEN
BY INDIANS H
Vernon Gil more, track cooch
at Salem high school, is taking
on a double task this spring;
ho will also coach the Willam
ette university track and field
men. Both squads will work out
on the Willamette field, so
practically the only difference
In Gilmore's work will be keep
ins; track of more men.
CHEMAWA, Feb. 18 (AP)
Chemawa Indian school's basket
ball team gained immediate re
venge for the defeat It suffered
here at West Linn's hands Friday.
Tonight Coach Les LaVelle's
squad went to West Linn and won
the return game, 38 to 30.
It was announced tonight that
DePoe, who has been In the hos
pital for a couple of weeks, will
be back on the court ready for
action against Salem high, which
comes here Tuesday night. It is
doubtful If Amera, the other re
This plan ought to work out
well In various ways. Track and
whistle blew Sweet Home fouled neld sports, while staging a come- cent casualty, will be able to play
and Keith Miller converted, break- back here, have not yet attained At West Linn Saturday night
mg me 13-13 tie, mazing me the importance they merit; the the B team game, which cnemawa
young fellows who do have suffl- won 21 to 18, was more exciting
clent Interest to devote their en- than the main event.
ergles in this direction are in a Summary of A game:
way erusaders working aKainst Chemawa West Linn
were made, for each team checked the handicap of more or less pub- Zundle 2 F. . IS Campbell
closely. The only scoring was two nc apathy; and they will bo en- Bobb F 2 Berard
foul shots by Sweet Home which couraged by working all together. Dogeaglo 7 C..4 Karbonskl
Just one more game, against
Pacific university Tuesday night
at Forest Grove, stands between
tho Willamette Bearcats and the
unofficial championship of the
Northwest conference, as Coarh
"Spec" Keene's men return to lay
from Taeoma where they enr
prised their friends by the decis
iveness of their second victory
over College of Paget Sound.
In view of the fact that the
Loggers were reported to luvt
their best team in history, and
in view of tho close games tfcoF..
Loggers put up against Whitman
on Whitman's floor. It was on
alderablo of a surprise that 'Wil
lamette managed to beat the Log
gers oven once. Fans here sus
pect they played better ball than
at any previous time this season.
Nevertheless Pacific looms as
a formidable obstacle in the
Bearcats title march; more men
acing than ever since the Ral
gers' victory over Linfield Fri
day night, 5 to 40. Linfield held
Willamette to much closer
scores twice this season. On the
other hand Linfield had taken lt
first game from Pacific. The
Badgers lost to Willamette 4 0
to 28 here a month ago, after
putting np a close battle net-1
near tho end.
Douglas, Corrigan and Killit
ran wild in the Linfield gam
Friday night, Douglas getting 14
points and the other two 15 each.
McKeel, a fourth veteran, scored
nine. Olsvict, a new man paired
with Douglas at forward, maie
Past records fail to shed miuh
light on what the outcome Tues
day night may be. Pacific ha.
had an Irritating habit of spoil
ing Willamette's chances for
championships In other sports,
by defeating tho Bearcats when
Pacific had no chance for a ti
tle. On the other hand. Pacific
has not beaten Willamette at
basketball since the present or
ganisation of the Northwest con
ference. Here are past scores:
Willamette 59. Pacific 4 5.
Willamette 28, Pacific 23.
Willamette 34. Pacific 24.
Willamette 55, Pacific 14.
Willamette 48. Pacific 1.
Willamette 45. Pacific 21.
Willamette 40, Pacific 25.
Willamette 88. Pacific 15.
Willamette 38. Pacific 31.
Willamette 53. Pacific 24.
Willamette 40, Pacific 3f.
score at half time 14-13 for Scio
At the end of the third quar
ter tho score was tied at 21-all
In the last quarter no field goals
won the game.
K. Miller 4 F.
L. Miller F. ,
MacDonald 8. .C. .
Burton 5 0.
Trollinger 1...G Wells
Todd 2 8
Referee, Harry Miller, Lebanon.
Preceding the main game, the
high school freshmen defeated the
team from tho seventh and eighth
grade room, 14 to 11.
Track facilities on SwceUaad
field are not yet ideal, hut they
are much better than on Olinger
field, where there la practically
nothing; tho high school boys
will get the advantage of tho
Willamette facilities and the
Bearcat athlete tho benefit of
GOmore'a direction. Gil more
waa a notable performer on the
track for O. 8. and thor
oughly qualified to Instruct ia
both the running and field
Archambeau 4 . . O Ream
I.Shoulderblade 4G 9 Irish
S.ShoulderbladelOS. . 2 Anderson
Markescrum 7 . . S
Pratt 4 S
PACIFIC HUH Ell II
TACOMA, Feb. 18-(AP)-Wil-lamette's
basketball team easily
defeated Pacific Latheran college
hero tonight, 39 to 23.
FALLS CITY EARNS
For his Salem high squad, Gil
more finds six lettermen on hand;
Dave Sheppard, distance runner;
Connors, F .
North ru p. F
PLACE IN TOUIEi
CHEMAWA, Feb. It Che
mawa Indian school wrestlers won
six out of eight matches from the
Joe Baker and Norman Burgoyno Corvallla high school team hero
high Jump; Os Morley, Javelin; Thursday night. Tho best matches
George Corey, polo vault; Melvin wre taos ln which Dement of
v,u iti.n. .. i..... Chemawa won two out of three
nienn vrnod m rht.i pra. falls over Mitchell of Corvallla, Jk, F
in nthor. .man an rtn... and Palmer of Chemawa won two Martin, C
loiais . . . j
Pacific Lather 23
Score, F . . ; ;
of asniranta who will torn ont thl. foils from Goldsmith.
week, who aro exoected to nrove uiner unemawa victories were
valuable. Those named form a Courtney, two falls over Lampon;
Fall City high school's baaket-
hs.11 (Mm Yrlriav nlvlit feanifail
" - . 7T " r .V . I vaiuaoio. l nose named rorm a u'",c" l"u lJ4
Bethel high Its first Polk county -ood nncln. hut tw. .tn h- PelUre. two falls over Lewis: W.
i u league ueieai oi too season a. tii. tm m... I Fen ion. one fall, one decision over
when Gathridgo of Falls City -ho tint vat ml4 t)itf I Dalv: Stanhone. one fall, one de-
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through" man. His batting pkkod
up in a miraculous zashioa as soon
aa ho donned the Brooklyn uniform.
uo aid grand work tor tho Dodgers
until 1928. whoa bo went to the
Braves, and tho next year retired.
And now Judure xouows
valiant footsteps. How will he
; Another maa startinc a aew
page oa tho record book thia eom
inx season is Waits Boytha of
the interestina career. Hoyt has
(played eight engagements with Ma
nor Iatrnt tneludina? that
ItGianta, Yankees, Bod Sox. Tigers,
Athletics aad Dodgers. Now he's
signed with tho Pirates, aad both
-Hoyt aad tho Pirates aro to bo con
gratulated. The Pirates' chancea for tho nen-
nant aro more than rood, aad Hoyt,
although-ho admits he haa lost his
fast balL is still a clever pitcher.;
What tho Pirates need more than
anything else is a stroarer pitching
staff, aad a lot depends oa whether
Hoyt cones through for them. -Our
bet ia that he will.
i looped two spectacular shots la an
overtime period to put his team
ahead, 28 to 25.
As a result of this and two oth-
! or victories ln the past week.
Falls City Is assured of a place in
, tho county tournament which will
open at Independence Wednesday.
Falls City's first game will be
with Dallas, Wednesday night.
Falls City defeated Rickreall
hero Tuesday night, 65 to 8. and
t won from Air lie on Alrllo'a floor
Thursday night, 28 to 20.
year waa better than tt had been
for asaay seasoaa, but nothing
to cause apoplexy among tho
rooters. This year wkh only two
meja missing from Uet year's
team, tho outlook is better. Loos
of Faber, dependable sprinter,
im the most severe blow.
clsion over Elliott.
Thomas of Corvallla won two
decisions over Underwood and
Roland won one decision over G.
Pepion after two draws.
Captain Dumas, Lange. Mealy,
Adlard and Cook assure Willam
ette of Its usual strength ln tho
distance runs: Kaiser.
Entry Lists for
Big End Score
AUMSVILLE, Feb. II. Tho
Stayton grase girls were defeat
ed by the. Aumsville grade girls.
40 to 21, hero Friday afternoon.
Montana Wilcox was high sccrer
for Aumsville with 28 points. At
18 (AP) the halt tho score stood 14-9 !n
MfPuU I Sixteen outstanding Independent favor ot Aumsville
lough, Barnett, Ney and Arm- basketball teams ot Oregon and Lineups:
strong are available for the middle Washlrgton will bo here next Staytoa
distances, with the addition ot weekend for tho first annual WIl- Crabtreo F...
Walts, who made a great ahow- lametto valley open tournament Wing F. . .
Ing for Salem high last year: t0 ba Pl7ed ln tho Eugene arm- McLaia JC
Lloyd, Cannady and James form I orT- The tournament will bo held Lewis RC
tho nucleus for a sprint sausd. I Fob. 4, 25 and 28. Tho statelFrindl ....... G..
James, low hardier, ia tho only open title will be at stake.
.. Robert 4
, . . . Titus
, . . Mart:n
Parker'a sport goods basketeers
defeated Stayton town team 18 to
2.6 at Stayton Friday night, hold
ing Stayton to one field goal in
tho first half which ended II to 5.
Marr. Nash, Flake and Mageo di
vided scoring honors fairly even
ly for Parker's.
Parker's . Staytoa
Marr 8. ....... F . 2 Smith
Kashl... ..... F 15 Ware
Flake II...... .C ... .2 Shelton
Ward ......... G , ....... Berg
Foremaa ....... a , - Leslie
Mageo 10 8
. 3 . Darby
The outlook ia the field
events Is not quite so good.
Paata, Connors, Lloyd. McKrr
row and Olson asay bo able to
spread their talent over all of
the events with tho exception
of the Javelin, high Jump; aad
polo vault. Rfeke aad Kloostra,
the. basketball centers, may turn
their talent to high jumping.
Coach. Gilmoro Is anxious to get
a assay nte out as possible
for both tho Willamette and tho
high school tea o, ee aa to be
aaildtac for tho future ao well
To Fill Season
The complete list ot entries I
JSKS-" nv'..?,; Mr. Angel Will
offlttSSJESir: ?Sffi Add More Tilts
borhood House, Portland; Hills-
ooro Townles. Hills boro; Stay
toa Athletic club. Stayton; Perry-
dale Athletic club. Perrydale: MT. ANGEL. Feb. IT Sln.e
Parker's. Salem; McKeaxlo Rod- tho games Wednesday eveniar.
sides, Lerarg; Texaco, Medford; that gave tho pennant to tho eol
I Speneer's, Roseburg; . Bandoa lego high school quint, ended the
Athletle club, Bandoa; Beaton! city loagao basketball- toarna-
Athlotlcs, CorvklUs: DeNeffe's. I meat bora slans aro aadsr way
Eugeae; : raK Growers. Eagene; to pot oa some double headers
aad tho winner of a special game with outside teams oa Sands?
between Dlaty'a aad .Header- evenings for the rest of the has-
shott's, two Eugeae teams. ketball season.