The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 04, 1933, Page 8, Image 8

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Tha OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, March i, 1933
Sinks Tying Powl and Then
two In Extra Period;
4000 see Clash
-CORVALLIS. Ore.. March S.
(AP).- Oregon State college won
the Pacific Coast Conference bas
ketball 'Championship by nosing
oat Oregon university, 32 to 27,
in a thrilling
overtime game
here tonight.
The score at
the end of the
regular playing
time was knot
ted at 23-all.
..Mac Donald
was the hero of
. ;he home crowd
when In the fi
nal minute of
the regular
period, with the
Stater tr&ilinr
by one point,
he calmly converted a free throw
to tie the score. Just previously
he had sunk a field basket.
'In the extra period Lenchitsky
got a "tip-in" basket, Lewis added
a free throw, then MacDonald
looped another basket to give the
Orangemen a fire-point lead. Rob
ertson conrerted a free throw . to
gire Oregon its only extra-time
score, and the scoring ended
when Lenchitsky conrerted anoth
er gift shot.
Oregon Gets Lead
Early la Second Half
The game started fast and held
a swift pace throughout, the lead
changing back and forth twice in
the first half, which ended 17 to
16 f"r Oregon State. The visitors
took the lead six minutes after
the opening of the second iialf,
then lost It with seven minutes to
go, but Robertson sunk a long one
to regain the advantage, 24 to 23,
with five minutes left. At no time
in the regular period was either
aide more than four point In
The largest crowd of the season,
estimated officially at about 4000,
packed the gymnasium before of
ficials closed the doors. Referee
Jimmy Mitchell of Spokane, who
came here after a week's controv
ersy over officials, held the con
test well in hand, calling the plays
close, but with little objection
from the crowd.
-High point honors were split
three ways, Robertson, Roberts
and MacDonald each accounting
for 11 points. Roberts went out
about midway through the second
half on personal fouls, and Lewis
played more than half th con
test with three personal fouls
gainst him.
Oregon (87) FG FT FF
Robertson, F 5 1 3
Stevens F .0 2 1
Roberts, O 4 3 1
Miller, C 1 0 1
Simmons, G .i... 0 14
Olinger, G ........ 0 0 1
iBerg. G 0 0 1
Totals 10 7 12
Oregon State (82) FG FT FF
O Connell, F 0 1 0
HIbbard, F 3 0 3
Lewis, C 3 4 1
MacDonald, O .. 4 3 1
Davis, O 0 0 0
Lenchitsky, O .... 1 2 3
Totals -.11 10 7
Referee: Jimmy Mitchell, Spo
Salem Baptists
Defeated Easily
By Aumsville 5
AUMSVILLE, March 3 The
alem Baptist church basketball
teams were defeated at Aumsville
Wednesday night ' by the local
teams. The girls' score was 14-2
and the boys' score was 29-30.
The local girls had little trouble
In winning. The Aumsville llae
ap was Thelma McDonald and
Virginia Garbe, forwards; Eileen
Hrnrh ind Viola. Bradltrr cen
ters; Grace Wigle and Hazef Stel-
lenberger, guards. .
The boys' game was rough and
exciting with the Aumsville team
leading all the game. The Auids
ville line-up was Rod Hendry snd
Mozart Tappin, forwards; John
. Ogle, center; Ed Hankel and Ray
mond Morgan, guards.
'Swimming Team
Will Engage in
Portland Meet
The Salem , high . school and
T. M. C. A. swimming team will
go to Portland Saturday to. en-1
gaga In a swimming meet with
the Central T. M. C. A. team
' there. From all indications Salem
has a good chance of taking the
honors since the. Central T lost
in a meet with the Northeast Y
of Portland which teaa Salem has
beaten twice this year. :
The team will go to Eugene for
- a meet with the combined Eugene
and University hiirh schools
'March 11, and to 'Vancouver,
Wash., on March 15.. 4
Canaries Beat
Eagles 12 to 5
. Tha . Canaries -won from . the
Easlea It ta t Is ltlitwAiht
' league game Friday noon at Par-
nsa,.,", Guthrie was high leorer
wun six points. -Summary:
. Caaarles ' - " Eacles
. Bteed ,;,r Wirt
Schwetgert 2 . . . F : Etubberfield
. Lew t . . -i - . r BMhM
Xrpston ,;.;.;.o -1 Wttaaable
Oathrla . O . ; Chambers
tc W 1
I I 1 a
Corvallis Seizes Tourney
Lead Beating Dallas 27-23
But Polk Five Yetin Race
Corvallis high moved into a com
manding position in the race for
the district 11 championship this
afternoon by defeating Dallas
high, 27 to 23. They win clash
again Saturday night, however,
provided Dallas manages to defeat
Taft Saturday morning at t
o'clock. Taft this afternoon won
from Philomath, 23 to 13, to re
main in the race.
Both games today were hard
fought and exciting. By a coinci
dence the score was tied at half
time in each contest.
Dallas led Corvallis 7 to C at
the first quarter post and stayed
slightly ahead through most of the
second period, but Corvallis pull
ed up to 13-all at the half.
Then in a whirlwind third quar
ter which saw Merryman, Corval
lis veteran guard, leave the game
WOODBURN. March 3 The
wrestling bouts which took place
at St. Luke's hall Thursday night
resulted in a victory for Everett
"Prof Newton, 145, of Oregon
City, holder of the coast, welter
weight title, over eJoe Gardner,
148, by being awarded 2 out of 3
falls, the first and third V rea
son of rough tactics used by Gard
ner, who won the second fall by
a Japanese scissors and kick in
the jaw. Gardner appeared to be
out of the ring most of the time
and seemed unpopular with the
The second main event was be
tween Ray "Nicky" Stearns, 185,
of Spokane and Jack Anderson of
Fort Collins 190, and resulted in
a decision for Anderson who got
the first fall with a Boston crab
in 12, minutes. Stearns got the
second fall with a head scissors
and wriiitlock in two minutes. An-H
derson got the third fall with an
arm-scis sors and bar hold in eight
Before the main events two 3-
round exhibition boxing bouts
took place between boys from the
state training school. Music for
the evening was furnished by the
Jiggs' orchestra. It has been de
cided to have another wrestling
erratic tennis
in australia this
Winter. he must
THINGS have started moving
for the Davis Cup challenge.
The world is worried thatla,
the lawn tennis world - and the
chief worry ia H. Ellsworth Vines,
who, even Jeaa Borotra admits, is
the world't ranking flayer. Vises
will lead the American team, and ha
.will be the man to beat, so the ex
perts say. -5 ,
" But the hopes of Franca to retain
the trophy have been raised by two
. recent displays. One 4a the per
. f ormance of Vines during his Aus
- trauan tour, to say the least, his
play has been erratic; seldom was
he at his best, and that has been
very encouraging to the French fan.
- The second factor that swell the
French heart is the sneetacLi of
Henri Cochet in serious training for
tha forthcoming matches. For even
the Frenchmen have conceded that
: there was nothinv flukv shoot the
way Vines settled Cachet at Forest
on fouls, the Benton county cham
pions pulled ahead to 2S-15J In
the last period Dallas gained but
couldn't overcome Corvallis' lead.
Philomath tied Tart at C-ell the
first quarter and 10-all at the
half, but lost ground rapidly after
Luts went out on fouls. -
Dallas people predominated in
the crowd again today.
Dallas Corvallis
LeFors 5 F Noble
Pleasant 7....F 6 Ruzek
Webb 3 C.......5 Ingalls
Lewis 3 G....7 Merryman
Hunter 3. . . . ..G. ...5 Torgerson
8 . . .. 4 Patterson
Philomath Taft
Luti 4 F 3 Eaton
Follett 5 F. ..... 2 Jeffries
Gerto 4 C 12 Murray
Millard ....... G 5 Dunn
Fenner 7Q l Calkins
Referee, Dwight Adams.
card at St, Luke's hall Thursday
night, March 16.
PERRYDALE, March 3. The
Perrydale town team took the
lead in the inter-division playoff
for the Mid-Willamette Vallev
Basketball association by defeat
ing Turner, southern division
champions, 23 to 18, here Wed
nesday night. Perrydale won the
western division title.
The next game in the playoff
will be between Parker's of Sa
lem, northern division champions.
and Turner. The date depends on
availability of the T. M. C. A. floor
here. Parker's was awarded the
title in the northern division when
it was found that two teams had
combined forces to win from the
Salem outfit. Parker's lost a valid
game to Woodburn, but Wood-
burn had lost two.
3. (AP) Klamath Falls high
school defeated Bend high, 47 to
25, in the first basketball game of
I the district title here tonight.
This the Year?
be able to regain
Tins year
the german cup
Team this year
Hms last year, and they know that
their former champion must do a
lot of training to be able to shine
against Vines, when, as and if they
usee igmub
Whatever the French may think,
one thiar must be appreciated
un wiu nave te snow a lot more
than he did in the Antipodes if he
ia to lead an American cup team to
victory over ut ' jrrencn or any
other team. The bettinr is that he
will.,,.,:... -,
Vines, of coarse, is net the whole
tcun. Cliff Ktffv a 'ISiUti
intercollegiate champior- who is ex-
iwm u un over w singles ptac
on the team that the veteran Wil
mer Allison held down last year,
has been showing top-notch form.
him aa an outstanding challenger.
i - a a.
mjx u m ezciwnens over ua (JO-
top-w'ha-heay boys, thsre must be
Places on two Club Teams
To be Settled; Sunday
Opens Competition
First formal, serious competi
tion for the enlarged membership
of the Salem Golf club will com
mence Sunday, when the qualify
ing round will be started for the
ranking of members of the elub
team. This will continue the fol
lowing Sunday so that members
unable to qualify tomorrow will
be given additional opportunity,
but all who are able to play
Sunday ar uTged to do so and
certify their scores.
After this qualifying round is
complete the names will be plac
ed on a "ladder" and a continu
ing series of challenges will be
Instituted, so that members may
Improve their positions in the
Some members who nlav in
the middle 80's, noting the influx
of new members, have possibly
concluded that their opportun
ities for playing on the club team
have been greatly reduced. Offic
ers of the club declared Friday
that this is not the case, as plans
are in the formative stage for
organizing two 20-man teams, a
first and second team, and on
Sundays when the first team is
playing away from home the
second team will have a matin
here, and vice versa. This will
accomodate more than 40 play
ers, which may include all who
have a yen for team participation
Wednesday night the club is
planning a dinner and get-to
gether meeting at the clubhouse,
starting at 7 o'clock, and all of
the men are urged to attend.
Improvement work on the
course is proceeding rapidly and
while the fairways are already
in excellent condition consider
ing the season, they are expected
to approach perfection after the
top dressing, now being applied,
gets in its work.
Hoop Scores
Portland :
Roosevelt 19, Lincoln 17.
Benson 33, Jefferson 29.
Commerce 26. Grant 20.
vFranklin 26, Washington 12.
AU.ISOM IN 1932..
our FOR
no overlooking a few other contest
ants. There is Vivian McGrath,
the young two-handed atroUnc
Australian, who has beaten Vines
and the other leading American
players. From South Africa win
come Max Bertram, the No. 1 rank
iag player of that section, who has
beaten soma of the world's greatest
players. -
And, in the opinion of many, ex
perts, the German team may be the
pivotal point in the matches. Gott
fried von: Cramm showed unreal
strength in 1932, and was talked of
as the most improved of the Euro
pean players. He has a stroke that
ia positively demoralizing, accord
ing to the players whose measure
he has taken.. - - i.; .
So the answer to' the perennial
query: Ia this the yearr is ao
two-plus-twa problem for 1333.
Uaybe yon can flrnre it oat.
v eesiessifsasa
Tb Linn cownty tournament
stow on at Albany hasnt any
thing to do with selecting en
tries for the district 18 tourna
ment here next week. Albany Is
already the A leagne eatry.
However One first roemd game
of the Linn tournament did, by
agreement, settle the B leagne
title. Tangent winning it over
Shedd. So the entries here next
week, unless we have slipped
somewhere, will be Silverton,
Gate, Albany and Tangent.
Unless it's Medford. which
however, may have to play an
other game with Asniana, not
one entry for the state tourna
ment was certain yesterday with
the exception of Salem high. But
a number of them will ' be de
cided this week end. More of
th districts than in the oast are
holding their tournaments early.
allowing a week to recuperate be
fore the big struggle.
Right now however, on the
eve of the first selections, ia
the logical time to make a
gn. Here's oar's:
No. 1, Le Grande; 2, Burns;
8, MacLaaghlin; 4, The Dalles;
ft, Klamath Falls; 6, North
Bend; 7, Salem; 8, Lincoln of
Portland; 9, Benson of Port
land; 10, St. Mary's of En
gene; 1', Corvallis (we flip
ed a coin); 12, Silverton, 18,
Tillamook; 14, Astoria; 15,
Medford; 16, Oregon City.
If we're right on less than
two-thirds, we'll go into mourn
ing Just as we used to in young
er, and more bumptious days.
A little more alleged low
down on the Pllnso business at
the state schools. It's said the
trouble started when Pllnso,
in the first game which was
rather close, walked np to Ed
Lewis, told him the score and
bow mnch time was left
all perfectly proper and
then, according to some En
gene students, said "Ton bet
ter Ret busy."
Knowing Piluso's free and easy
manner on the court, we can't
see anything so damaging in
that. Most everybody in Oregon,
Including the Webfoot players,
has wanted Q?. jon State to win
this northern division champion
ship; that probably included
Piluso. That had nothing to do
with his judicial attitude while
on the court. We know from
personal experience '.hat it's pos
sible to take a whistle between
one's teeth ai d go out there,
hoping fervently one team will
win, and five the other team full
justice. The harder job is giv
ing the team you favor equal
justice. Most any official leans
backward in a case like that.
Jason Lee nosed out Congrega
tional 25 to 34 in the feature
game of the A Church league ser
ies Friday night. The undefeated
Presbyterians romped over First
Christian 35 to 13 and Bungalow
Christian won by default from
First Methodist.
1st Christian 16 85 Presbyterians
Slscho 4 F . . . . 7 N. Hale
Kimple F 4 1. Hale
Parrish 4 C 8 Mohr
Lewis 4 G 2 Pense
Newton S 3 Moore
Bonney 2 S..8 Goodfellow
Craig 2 S
Jason L. 25 24 Congregational
Cross 7 F . . . 6 Gingrich
Duncan 4 F ... 14 Peters
BIwer 12 C .... Van Pelt
Bennett G Hanson
Douris 2 G .... Mc Clary
S. . 4 Humphrys
Referee. Bill Ross.
Baseball Takes
Attention Now
Of Liberty Boys
LIBERTY, March 3. The bas
ketball season is definitely over
for the school and preparations
are being made for baseball. A
new backstop Is being put ia and
the ground will be re graded and
smoothed down soon. Principal
Meyers states prospects for a team
are good, with the exception of a
pitcher. Games will be scheduled
in the nesr future.
Cougars Trounce
Vandals of Idaho
MOSCOW. Idaho, March S.
(AP) Unable to get going in
the first halt and almost com
pletely routed in the second, the
University of Idaho was defeat
ed by Washington State college
tonight, 43 to 39, breaking a
third place tie between the two
school In the northern division of
the Pacific Coast conference bas
ketball race..
Indoor Baseball
Plan at Gervais
CERVATS- Mr 5 Vttnrtm ir.
i beinr made to orraniz ana or
morn inaoor DaseDaii teams ana
all men and boys who are Inter
ested in the venture are asked to
meet at the auditorium Tuesday
nirht of next hV wfcon . 4 ia
planned to work' out a permanent
Noses out 31-30 Upset on
Silverton Floor After
Being far behind
8IL.VERTON. March-3. The
Silverton high school basketbalH
team suffered its first defeat
en the home, floor, and its third
defeat this season, tonight when
Salem high nosed out a 31 to So
victory here before a capacity
crowd in the Eugene Field gym
nasium. The Salem team was well
supported by rooters.
The defeat scarcely put any
crimp in Silverton's hopes for a
strong showing in the state
tournament, for the Foxes were
playing without the services of
Marx, regular guard, whose pres
ence would without much doubt
have accounted for at least the
necessary two points difference.
Marx i "on the shelf" with a
case of blood poisoning.
Silverton took what looked like
an overwhelming lead early In
the game, 11 to when the first
quarter ended and 17 to f at
half time.
Salem began cutting down the
margin as the second half open
ed and was only three points
behind, going into the final quar
ter. The pace was fast, but the
scores few in that last period,
and both players and spectators
were "on edge." Kelley, Salem
forward, was eliminated from the
game for allegedly "sasslng" the
referee, who was unpopular with
the Salem contingent throughout
the contest.
In spite of the loss of Kelley,
the Salem team kept cutting
down Silverton's lead and went
one point to the good shortly
before the final gun.
Fourteen fouls were called on
Salem, eight on Silverton.
The Salem B team defeated
Silverton's B team, 27 to 13.
Mathews of Salem, scoring 18
points, enough to win.
Summary of A game:
Salem SOverton
Kelley 6 F 1- Scott
Wintermute 12 .F 4 Kolln
Morley 1 C. . . Pettyjohn
Mosher 1 G 4 Orren
Engle 5 G Johnson
Thomas 6 S
Referee, Wilkinson.
Friday night's victoryat Sil
verton completed the regular
schedule for Salem high prior
The Indoor Intercollegiates
.4-A. LJfe. v gife r
title .-y-
Ace, will try
WILL N. 7. TJ. come through
again? Thafs the question
fifty-six stalwarts of the
Violet's track and field , team will
answer tonight, when, the college
boys get together for the L C A.
A. A. A. Indoor meet in Hew York.
Coach Emu Von EHing's team will
defend their title as champions ef
the intercollegiates against formid
able opposition, but they hare an
see In the hols who should deliver
nny points in the argument. ?
is. George Spits, holder
the indoor higjump record. Al
though he is a Junior, he will com-
' Set ffflP thArat Him f n hi. .wn
tonight fipita last season swept
w au opposition in the indoor
meets and his record of feet 8tt
: inches tor th fanm. Mt
E aanea, hasnt been
brached. With that record ad a
Galvinto Transfer Scene
Of Activity to Stage; Has
Final Series of Questions
unttt rlal-rfn. who for the past
four days has been answering the
questions of readers os in uiw
gon Statesman through this eol
iob will open a, on week encase
ment at the Capitol theatre start
ing today. , Calvin, known as the
world's mystery man, was corn m
RnmiitT India. He Is the son of
English parents, and a disciple of
the renowned Yogi sect oi nmaa
men talis ts.
rlvtn will endeavor to estab
lish communication with members
of the audience and answer any
question relative to business, love
affairs, travel, or anything they
wish to know.
Following are. more of the
questions and answers:
Q. will my little sister get well?
Amelia T.
A. Although you-don't think
her arm will ever be well, the doc
tor is right In telling yon it will
be. Follow his instructions.
Q. Is my lawyer workng In my
behalf? Al. P.
A. He hasn't proven any other
way, why don't you trust him.
His advice is sound.
Q. Will we stay in Oregon or
would wa do better in going back
to California? Mrs. J. A.Mo.
A. I think those plans In Call
fornia will work out very satisfac
torily tor you.
Q. Will I profit by my trade
here? J. A. K.
A. If you'll only continue your
plans, you'll profit by it.
Q. would we better ourselves in
moving? Mrs. A. S.
A. I can't see any benefit by
moving just for the present.
Q. Will I be able to keep my
farm? Mrs. Anna E. D.
A. It's doubtful, you better fol
low your other plans.
A. Would ypu please tell me if
my ex-husband will send me mon
ey soon? Beulah.
A. I can't see him sending yon
any money, better use drastic
Q. I have 10 acres of land in
California, please tell me will this
land ever be worth anything?
Wm. Dun.
A. It will be worth a great deal
when they have finished the
American canal In the Imperial
valley. Better hold on:
Q. Will I dispose of property
In near future? H. O. N.
to the state tournament. There
will be no practice for Coach
Hollis Huntington's men until
Wednesday. A game with the
faculty may be played Thursday,
-of Fordham-
TUX. Kit ttmm
flock of additional stellar perform-
7rsma M utu ooobt that
George will better the now standing
wwCTuegiase recora ax o test 43e
inches this very night.
am reason xor us non-appearance
oi Spits in a N. Y. U. uixorm
had nothing to do with his athletic
prowess, of mtm. ttu aoWni.u
steading, while good, was not good
enoagh for the coUere authorities,
Ti " v m 1 ul" uu competing
athletes most turn in higher than
passin gTad3s. Spits . ia laboring
through a pre-medical coarse, one
of the toughest in collegiate cur
ricula, anor not until this season
was he able to send his grades np
over the bar. And bow the campus
cheered i
- Another intercollegiate record is
on i the i Ttrge-ef toppling, and an
other 8nttmtTlliM nra Mwm.
Uestodothe toppling. Thafs Keith
wv opnomoxe wno aas a
A. Not a beneficial sale to to
before 1931.
Q. Will I become a succesi &
an actress? J. L. G.
A. Not tor some time althouca
a fair amount ef success may be
yours. '
Q. Where can I make money.
P. F.
1 A. I'm afraid when you look for
money that way, you'll never rind
Q. Will my husband receive a p.
pointment in state department
work? E. I. M.
A. Tour husband will rec. iv
that postoffice work he's b...a
trying for, for years.
Farm Union Mass
Meeting is Called
Monday Night
A mass meeting for all Farm
Union members of the county it
called for Monday night at ml
Angel, when discussion will b
given to setting up a Farm Union
oil station, a branch of the suc
cessful enterprise at Derry, W. L.
Creech' of route six announce
while in Salem yesterday.
The Farmers Union last ni? ,t
unloaded the last of three car- of
landplaster for Marion and Pol
county farmers. The three ran
handled through the Union rr pre
sented a saving of about $240 to
the members, Mr. Creech said.
90 Men Obtain
Office, February
Last month 90 Jobs were i ..
vlded through the U. S.-Y. M c.
A Employment .office here w' '
38 persons applied for work, A--slstaat
Manager D. D. Dotson im
ported Thursday. In January S
persons sought jobs and 95
Of those employed last month,
eight were war veterans and f:,
women. Jobs were as follow :
Agriculture 55, general labor C
domestic service five.
HUBBARD. March 3 Hubbard
defeated St. Paul In a basketball
game here Wednesday night by a
score of 17-9. St. Paul forfeited
the game in the third quarter.
number af no! tult, mWAa in hi?
j credit, including a 14-foot perform-
ucv at ut recent wuirose games.
srowa is xae Bulldog's best bet xor
Points fa the classic, and his work
wnn we Bamooo this season ana
last season prompts the experts to
look to kirn for a record-breakinc
And then there's Joe McGuakey
of Fordham, a persistent arrival at
uie tape wen ahead ox his steeple
chase colleagues, who has set bis
heart on beating NurmFs two-mile
record. Not long ago IfeCluskey
was clocked at 8 minutes 38 sec
onds in the 3,000-meter run at the
Jefferson Club's indoor meet. Be
was running on aa nnbanked track
and through a hampering field, yet
that time was) only 12 seconds un
der the Nuns! world record, which
was set en a fast, banked track
taisza. jbo, yon seal
, cwrtUM.itii.Kkst
organisation. i . , -, ...