The OREGON STATESMAN, Saleo, " Oregon. Saturday Mornlnjr, Marcli 181933 till to annoo PAGE SIX EMm for CESHEilS IN CLOSE ONE Score 34-35 but Closer as End Nears; West Linn Defeated 32 to 10 Tillamook outbattled the sharp- r, hooters from The Dalles, and Eugene outspeeded tbe neat team work of West Linn, Friday after noon to move into the finals for fourth place in the state tourna ment. The Cheesemakers won 34 to 25 after Beryl Hodgen's boys had made it a close battle all the -way. Eugene was never threaten ed and won 32 to 10, though Paul Brown's midgets held Frits Kramer's squad to four points in the second period. Myles, shifty little The Dalles forward, was as troublesome to Tillamook as he bad been to Sa lem the night before, but Russ Rarey's squad managed to hold some sort of lead throughout the game. The Dalles started as usu al, shooting wild to trail 11-3 in the first quarter, then cut Tilla mook's lead to one point at half time, 13-12. Hedlger, scrappy guard, figured In the scoring for Tillamook for the first time, and even Burckard, Rarey's big deliberate guard, loft ed in a long shot for Tillamook's only score in the second quarter when The Dalles was pressing forward. Tillamook led by three points early in the last period, then "Dy namite" Baumgartner and his mates rallied to boost tbe margin to nine. The tight defense which Eu gene had demonstrated all sea son, reached its climax In tbe game with West Linn when the Clackamas county team was ac tually prevented from taking a shot In the firot four minutes. Eugene ended the period 11-1 to the good, and was ahead 15 to 4 after both teams had checked closely in the second quarter. Northam and Danner did the bulk of Eugene's scoring, while Irish was the only West Linn player to score a field goal. Summaries of afternoon game: Eugene West I4nn Rundlett 5 F... 1 Anderson Wright 4 F Reams Danner 7 C . . . . Karbonskl Mercer 4 G 8 Irish ' Northam 10. . . . O 1 Marsh Browning 2 S 1 Berard Referee, French; umpire, Pil uso. Tillamook The Dalles Baumgartner 10. F. .. . 1 Watson Kinneman 8 . . . .F Mosier Vogt 2 C 2 Heath Burckard 3 G... 3 Vandiver Hedlger 11 O 8 Dick S 11 Myles Referee, Pihiso; umpire, Cole man. A patchwork waistcoat with coin sewn under each patch has been presented by parishioners to the Rev. E. E. Earle of Bexley, England. There were 420 coins the total of which equalled about 1 112 in American money. 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Ill h 1 w 1 II Wr .1 Esrewith is the solution to yes terday's Puzzle. for its EE S IMXEiftA MA name tt--poesesir - pronoun 10 perspire U place whichT another had 88 diagram v 34 Juts below ' the belt S8-i shy &4 - -:, -38 entreat 83 pier ro ; dnceaby ' thickening - .- wta.. , THOSE COLORFUL 1 I; Tillamook's odd assortment of big however In that they fight to the last second, lost ont to Athena In the championship fight bat staged a great comeback to prevail over The Dalle Friday. They .will play Eugene for fourth place this forenoon at 10:30. In the picture, from the left (both rows) i Burckard, Coach Rarey, Kinneman, Abrams, Baumgartner, Chris tensen, Smith, Thoeni, Hedlger, Vogt. Training Camp Chatter ORLANDO. Fla., March 17 I (AP) Two huge four-base blows by the big league home run king. Jimmy Foxx, enabled the Phil adelphia Athletics to whip the Montreal Maroons 9 to 8 in a I 10 inning contest today. Both of Foxx s drives came with the bases empty. BRADEONTON, Fla., March 17 -(AP) The New York Yan kees, driving out 19 hits off four pitchers and aided by six errors, defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 16 to 6 today. Lou Gehrig, with three singles and a double, led the world champions' attack, which netted five runs off BUI Walker, former Giant southpaw, in the first three innings, and five more off "Wild Bill" Hallahan in the next three frames. TAMPA, Fla., March 17 (AP) George Grantham, regular second Backer for the Cincinnati Reds, will be lost to the team for at least a week as the result of a spike wound received in an intra-club game today. Grantham was spiked by Howard Probst, Rookie catcher, at second base in a six Inning contest, in which Wally Roettger's "Dutch" beat. Leo Durocher's "Irish" 6 to 3. AUSTIN", Tex., March 17 (AP) The Detroit Tigers de feated thu University of Texas, Southwest conference baseball champions, today, 11 to 6. Vernon Taylor of Gonzales, star university pitcher, fanned 10 Ti gers, but was erratic in spots. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.,! March 17 (AP) George Blae holder, the big right handed pitcher of the St. Louis Browns, having his first workout today, was the center of attraction. Blaeholder cut loose with a lot of fast balls for about five mln- SHEFFER England 66 beam VERTICAL 1 part of the mouth 2 devoured 3 written in strument embodying laws of the land (pL) 4 stuff 6 embrace 6 dwellings of nnburnt brick 7 savage 8 periods of time New Yorker 10 sense organ 11 mimic 19 plural pro noun 21 one of the United States 22 personal pronoun . 23 malicious bnrninar 24 offer to pay a certain price 28 aDnralsed 27 preposition k possesses 30 timid 82 dash S3 sea rail 84 note of the musical scale 85 kind of glass water bottle 87 depart 89 trend 40 make 42 trial 43 respite 44 inspire I IH IS I with rever ential fear 45 precious tnna 47 convert In to leather 49 man's name 60 former gov ernor of alwW. CHEESEMAKERS f T 11 b -it and little basketeers, all alike utes until Coach Sotheron saw him and called a halt. Blaeholder left his California home on the day of the quake, drove to Tulsa and came here by train. CLEVELAND, March 17 (AP) The holdout troubles of the Cleveland Indians appeared headed for an ending today. Willis Hudlin, a mainstay of the pitching staff, notified the clnb from Hot Springs, Ark., that he was ready to sign and would report Monday. Wes Ferrell, the Tribe's ace hurler, telegraphed the Cleveland News saving he was willing to sign for S15.000. He had In sisted upon $18,000. The club had offered $12,000. PASADENA. Calif., March 17 .(AP) The only really fretful item in the Chicago White Sox camp today had to do with Al Simmons, the man who Is ex- nected to do big hitting this year. The right hand injured in golf game last fall Is not entirely free of pain and both Manager Lew Fonseca and Simmons him- MICKEY MOUSE - I I7' : -f v r Sf VA,,MICKEV. 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ANOTHER WEEK OF V -vrv THE BOSS rcr i- ii if : i ii h cll rw r 1 1 ? im i vi ait FOXES POT on t GREAT FINISH Scott Gets Neded 6 Points In Last 90 Seconds to Beat Benson 32-31 Wayne Scott, Silverton's out standing forward who seems cer tain to capture high point honors for the state tournament, per formed the elassie feat of tbe en tire session to date when he scor ed six points la the last 90 sec onds or so of Qllverton's game with Benson, to give the Marion county team a 12-31 victory. The Silver Foxes and the Toeh- men played on even terms in the first half, ending It in a 20-all deadlock. Benson acquired what appeared to be a safe lead in the second half, and was ahead six points when the loud speaker an nounced there was a minute and a half left. In that emergency the Foxes fed the ball to Scott and he loop ed two from afar in rapid suc cession. Silverton took the ball under the basket and after two closely-guarded mates had failed, Seott leaped into the pile and tap ped the sphere through for the needed two points, with 10 sec onds to spare. Weiehmann was Benson's bid Bertha throughout the game. Marshfleld eliminated Burns and moved into the finals among the first day losers against Sil verton this morning, with a 30 to 19 victory Friday morning. Mc Lean and Atchison led Marshfleld in scoring and Walsh was Burns' chief performer. Summaries: Barns Walsh 8 F . Young ........ .F. Graves 4 ...... C . Williams 2 . . . . G . Smith G. Marshfleld 6 Atchison 4 Bernard Bjorkquist . 4 Hanson 11 McLean Duncan 2 S.... 1 Mineau Referee, Piluso; umpire, Cole man. Silverton Benson Scott 16 F 4 Egelhoff Kolln 3 F. 7 B. Courtney Pettyjohn 8 C. 14 Weiehmann Orren 3 G 4 Burns Marx 2 G. . 2 F. Courtney self are irked by its failure make the progress expected. to LADY WE KMQW THERE'S -AW WE'LL UOW WHERE IS THAT LITTLE IMP AND HOWSOOM CAM you HEfcTOME?? IT AND I'D HAVE ASKED TO I RETIRE ME ON S. . V I r ttSZT aJENTS ins; Goodbye, tournament visit ors. Of course you'll bo here all day today, bat many of yon will be headed homeward be fore the Sunday paper Is oat, so we're saying goodbye in plenty of time. We want to mention too, the pleasure that has been Salem's in having yon as guests this week. Hope yon enjoyed it as much as we dkL Everything has been Just fine, leaving ont of eonsideration the obvious fact that every time a game was played, somebody had to lose. In many respects this has been the best tournament ever held in Salem, because all of the teams were so nearly equal in strength, resulting in more close games than usual; and as it turned out, every team may go home with a measure of satisfac tion, either for winning a game or two or three or four, or for giving some notable opponent a worthy scrap. Also It's been the most flab bergasting affair, tossing ev erybody's "experting for rows and rows of waste baskets. In fact it became so woozy that one of the world's biggest news services, not the Associated Press, sent ont word that Til lamook beat Athens, and save some of the alleged details. Probably the reporter. Just through covering the legisla ture, asked somebody 'on the inside' who was going to win, and sent it ont that way ahead of time to score a "scoop." We have no defense in the world for Salem's booing, but must record at this time that it wasn't a bit louder than Lincoln's Friday night. The basketball championship will be decided to night, but we have no hope that the booing finals will end in anything but a deadlock. Gardner Knapp and his mechanical voice did a praiseworthy Job of stop ping the demonstration one af ternoon, but the battle of Verdun couldn't have drowned out Fri day night's outbursts. "The Port of Now Showing "Long Live the King" popeve. You've 6ot to LISTEN TO MC- MV WOMANTS INTUITION TELLS ME THERE'S A HIDDEN OAHGER OVER IN "A Woman's 500- VWE A1MT 5PILUINS AMy IKJFOCAAATlOKJ RUT DOXCT WOCRV- WE1X. BE. &ttlMG yCU-WITH THE BRIMS KID "Colonel Hoofer SOPHIE DOESNT KNOW IT, BUT SHE DID ME A B14 FAVOR WHEN SHE CAUSED ME TO BE FIRED! I r- virt v - k OF COURSE,! SCOLD HER ABOUT a ft TO tfVE HER THE IMPRESSION THAT m LIKE A FISH OUT OF WATER. WHEN FM DUCKS BOW TO SEAL BATSMEN Gibson Yields but one run, Bowman Nicked Badly In Final inning SAN JOSE, Cal.. March 17. (AP) Making their hits count, the San Francisco Seals turned six bingles into seven runs to trim the Portland Beavers 7 to 2. here today In the first of a three-game exhibition series. Aside from Stewart's home run on the first pitched ball of , the game neither team scored until the eighth, when Galan's triple and Garibaldi's sin gle gave the Seals two more coun ters. Doubles by Donovan and Galan, coupled with a walk and two errors brought four runs across in the ninth. The Beavers staged a belated rally in the ninth for their two runs. San Francisco 7 8 4 Portland 2 4 R H E Henderson, Douglas and Sini baldl, O'Connell; Gibson. Bow man and Palmlsano, Sheely. LOS ANGELES, March 17. (AP) Two doubles, a walk, a single and a long fly Into left field constituted a seventh-inlng raUv staged by the New York Giants here today to give them's 6-to-5 victory over the Hollywood club of the Pacific Coast league in a spring training exhibition game. AVALON. Santa Catalina Isl and, Cal., March 17 (AP) Out rallying the yannigans in the ninth inning to score five runs, the regulars of tfce Los Angeles baseball club won a 7-to-S practice game today. The youngsters had collected four runs In their half of the last inning. There was a rumor around town Friday night that one of Lincoln's star forwards kept in good condition for the big game by playing basketball all that afternoon at the Y. M. O. An but somebody later saw the player and his brother, who looks exactly like him, side by side, and the scandal was blast ed. Missing Ships' Intuition" Fears the Worst" DAN, YOU POOR THINi IHTERlTtON TELLS ME THERE'S A TRB OF 1 ftfiV "2U-l THAT EVER'THING ""tWlLO MEN OVER Hir W$2&mm U)OMP! rVLL R16KT-KINGS HAS J r-llN THE vlONGLE MM VMJZL l 60T MOg tNTERVTlO Kthece voo ARE, goo Ll-i I MRQ. MfcAMV WILL HY AWCTTHtJC J If rjiT 1 I l500 WHEW WE DE.UVEC THE jf --- J 1 KlO LETTS GET GOIWGJ frr1 DOKPT PUSH L J Y(XJr:Kr-i me, speed i Irj wKMAFFT BECAUSE YOU'RE NOT WORWNcr. AND ITS ALL MY FAULT I I CAUSED YOU TO 6et r red, but ru. make amends for THATl I'M 60!N TO ioa if rrs the last tkina NOT I CVcK OM0RKNU WOODLAND. Cal- March 17. (AP) After two weeks of spring training, hampered by showers and a muddy field, the Saa Francisco- Missions baseball team will meet the Sacramento Senators here tomorrow In the first of two games scheduled. HDTSHQTS WIHINERS Not su ported by the huge crowds patronizing the bigger event in the Willamette gym, but of absorbing interest to the Junior high students themselves, the Parrish basketball tournament continued this week. Thursday afternoon the Tech nocrats defeated the Deadeyes 18 to 11, Hoffert scoring 10 points for the winners; and Friday the Hotshots won from the Bigshots 27 to 8, Etzel gaining high point honors with 15. Summaries: Technocrats Deadeyes Hoffert. 10 F Meyers, 6 Wiper, 1 y Simpklns Bishop, 4 C Bailey, 4 Damon. 1 G Wirt, 1 Brown G Fontaninl, 1 Hotshots Bigshots Msck, 8 F Z Steed, 1 Frame, 5 T Causey, 2 Etiel, 15 C . Barrett Gutekurst Johnson, 1.. G Hauser, 2 . G L. Johnson, 2 S Taylor, 1 Pirates Beaten 4 to 3 by Cubs SAN FRANCISCO, March 17. (AP) Chicago" Cubs defeated the Pittsburgh Urates 4-3 today In the opening game of an ex hibition series here between the two National league clubs. R H E Pittsburg (N) 3 12 Chicago (N) 4 13 French, Chagnon and Grace, Finney; Yerkes, Henshaw and Campbell. TWO INDUSTRIAL FATALITIES There were two fatalities due to industrial accidents in Oregon during iaweek ending March 16, acjf rTo a report Issued by thai-.SA:industrlal accident commfestsn. The victims were Jo seph Smith, Portland, and Jesse Wvcoff. Snringfield. A total of 309 accidents were reported. By f 1 DOW WITH I CAN SEE THAT YOU'RE tET YOU ANOTHER DO! UK Ml A 061110111 ID CROWD ODDS MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. New York, March 17. (AP) Ben Jeby. recognised here as the world middleweight champion. was given a draw by Referee Ed Forbes and two Judges tonight at the end of a 15 round title battle with Vlnce Dundee, of Baltimore, before a crowd of 11,000. The de cision was soundly booed. For 15 minutes after Bellerin" Joe Humphries, as surprised as everyone else in the big battle pit, announced the decision, the crowd stood around the ring and booed. It was the first title defense of Jeby. who won his recognition as champion here by knocking out Frankie Battaglla, and for Dun dee It marked the opportunity of becoming the second member of one family to hold a world title. something never before accomp lished in boxing history. As far as the crowd, and the ringside critics as well,, were con cerned, Dundee won all by him self. Coming into tbe duel with a blackened left -eye, Vlnce. bro ther of Joe Dundee, former wel terweight champion, warmed up after a slow start to dominate the battling after the fifth round. CADWELL'S DEFEAT OUSTS 29-20 Cadwell's Sport Goods team de feated the Presbyterian quintet, leaders In the Church league, in a fast and hard - fought game Thursday night on the T. M. C. A. floor.: The score was 29 to 20. The scrappy Presbyterian play ers held the Sport Goods team in check through- most of the game. Hendrie, star guard of the Wranglers, connected with a few long shots to give his team a victory. Summary: Cadwell's Presbyterian W. Herberger 6 .F 6 Hale C. Herberger 12 .F 6 N. Hale N. Gleason C. . 4 Goodfellow Hendrie 7 G 2 Moore O. Gleason 4 ' G 2 Pence By WALT DISNEY By SEGAR DARRELL McCLURE - T KNOW WHAT 5 THE MATTER. MtX'AA TXXKT SWELL W SCHOOL EVECVBOOy TPEATO MEGWMOI OUSWTA BE LAUGHING AU. THE TIME- BUT HOUEST. I GOT THE SOMKTjm'AWFVLr By JIMMY MURPHY rt BETTER LET THE SUBOECT DROP AND -FORGET TT I IF SOPHIE STARTS LOOKING AROUND IT WOULD BE JUST MY LUCK TO HAVE HER RND A JOB FOR ME! BRRR MMyHuWI Own lilt.