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- PAGE TWELVE : V - The OREGON STATESMAN. SaJt r Oregon; Friday Morning; April 2l Ls ZZZZ
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Competition Strong; Salem
High and Chemawa to
Interscholastlc track and field
repetition for the Willamette
i 'niyerslty team, coached this year
1: Vernon - Gilmore, will, com-
nence this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock on Bweetland field, -when
tue Bearcats will engage in a
three-cornered meet with Oregon
Normal and the Salem T. M. C. A.
This meet: should furnish Coach
Oilmore with some Idea how the
Bearcats will rank In Northwest
conference competition, as the Y
team recently was nosed oat In
the relay by LInfield. the T. how
ever may be stronger today, as
come of Its athletes who were un
able to make the trip to McMinn
Tille will be able to compete this
Indications so far have been
that Willamette will hare the beet
balanced team that it has turned
ut In several years, but unless
aiarks turned in under adverse
leather conditions In the all-un
iversity meet recently are im
proved, the team will not be out
standingly strong in any. depart
Trials conducted recently have
resulted In the following selection
f Willamette entries for the meet
J 100 yard dash James, Eawk
220 yard dash Hawk, Canna
ty and Lucke.
120 high hurdles Rleke and
220 low hurdles Cannadyand
440 yard dash Nye, Waltz and
880 yard run McCullough and
Mile run Cook, Weed, Mealey,
Two mile run Brown, Lange,
iadlard and Dumas.
Shot Connors, Grannis and 01
ton. High Jump Rieke, Kloostra
nd Connors. i
, Broad Jump Lloyd, Cannady
Pole vault Dean, Robinson and
Discus Olson, Fants and Con-aors.
Javelin Cannady. and Eddy.
Relay Cook, Walts, Arm
strong and Nye.
Coach Gilmore Is a busy man
this year "with the Willamette
team in his charge In addition to
the Salem high SQuad, but he will
be especially busy this - weekend
for his Salem high team will en
gage in a meet with Chemawa In
dian school Saturday. This pro
gram also will be held on Sweet-
land field and will start at 1 p. m.
Salem high will be meeting
tougher competition than It did In
its first meet with Dallas; in fact
Judging from comparative marks
in Intramural competition, the In
dians hold a little edge over the
Salem's entry list follows:
100 yard dash Fllsinger, Ber
220 Hughes, Doertler.
440 Mohr, South, T. Smith.
300 Shepard, Wygant, Morley.
220 low hurdles Fowler, Fll
320 high hurdles Fllsinger,
M lie Shepard, Clark, Seder-
High Jump Burgoyne, Baker,
Pole vault Corey, Burgoyne,
Matherly, Townsend, Hauser.
Broad jump Mosher, Yeater.
Shot put Yeater, Ramage,
Discus Varnes, Moody.
Javelin Yeater, Morley, Town
SEHS1 IT A1RLIE
DALLAS, April 20. Dallas
high will open its 1933 baseball
season at Airlie, Friday afternoon
when the team tangles with the
team from that high school. This
will be one of the opening games
of the county league race.
Dallas will only play six games
this year, confining Its efforts to
the league games. The first home
game of the season will be play
ed here on Friday, April 28, with
Monmouth high furnishing the op
position. The game this Friday
will be a battle between two
championship teams, as Airlie
took the. cup In 1931, and Dallas
walked off with it last year.
There will probably be nine let-
termen on the squad for the Airlie
game. They will be LeFors, Lewis,
McMillan, J. Friesen, L. Frieeen
Woods, Lalng, Hunter and Grant.
other players going may be
Holden, Peters, P. Friesen, Jones,
Robinnette and Vinton.
Moves up to Main Event in
Tuesday Show; Bulldog
Jackson on Card
When "Wildcat Pete was re
introduced to Salem wrestling
fans at this week's show, the
promise was made that Pete
wouldn't stay away so. long next
time: and true to that promise,
he will appear again next Tues
day night, this time is the main
event; and opposed to "Cyclone
Pete's appearance en the last
card was little more than a sam
pie, as he disposed of Soldier Bob
Anderson In rapid time and with
little difficulty; but in Mackey the
Lane county pioneer Is coming ap
against an adversary worthy of
his best efforts.
Bulldog Jackson, tor hate of
whom hundreds of fans planked
down cold cash regularly over a
period of weeks recently, will be
back meeting Jimmy Anderson,
who maae several appearances
here. The Bulldog may be ham
perea uy tne time limit of one
hour and the anti-chair edict
which his activities caused to be
clamped down by the upholders of
law ana order, but he never has
failed to provide a kick so far.
and the likelihood Is that he will
come through for his public.
The "Regulars" and "Yannl
gans" of the Salem Senator
squad will put on a practice
game at Olinger field Sunday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Fans are
invited to turn out and see the
Solons perform for the first time
on the home diamond, and there
will be no admission charge.
Manager Frank "Burly" Bash-
or plans to have "Squeak" Wll
son on the mound for the Yan
nlgans, with the idea of balanc
ing things up a little, though
the recent showing of Fred Kim
inkl and "Doby" Wood hints that
they may upset that scheme.
Ducks Get Big Lead, Need
Circus Stab by Mulligan
a. '-To Save it and Win 6 to 5
Portland .......... 9
Los Angeles 8
PORTLAND, April 20. (AP)
- Portland defeated Hollywood,
to 4, here today to make It
three straight for the series. It
was only Eddie Mulligan's sensa
tional catch of what looked like
a sure hit, however, that stopped
a Hollywood rally on run short
of a tie.
The Stars opened the scoring
with one run in the fourth Inning,
Portland came back in the fifth
to score four runs on three hits
and two walks and to drive Camp
bell from the box. The Beavers
picked up two more in the eighth.
In the ninth Ray Jacobs rapped
out a home run for Hollywood,
bringing Brannan and Taitt In be
fore him. Bassler singled and
came In on Crowley's double. Ha
ney sent the ball sipping down to
short, but Mulligan raced out,
scooped up the ball on the run and
tossed it to first to end the game.
Hollywood 5 9 1
Portland 6 11 0
Campbell, Wetzel and Bassler;
A. Jacobs and Palmisano.
Seals Lose Another
SAN FRANCISCO, April 20.
(AP) Bunching hits off Holler
son Douglas and Stuts in the
eighth and ninth Innings, Oakland
put over six runs to score their
third straight win over the San
Francisco Seals, 10 to 5, today.
Uhalt, Oakland center fielder,
and Veltman led the attack with
four and three hits respectively.
McEvoy, although touched for 12
hits, went the full distance for the
Oakland 10 16 2
San Francisco 5 12 2
McEvoy and Veltman; Holler
son, Douglas, Stutz and Mclsaacs.
whipping for Manager Jack Leli-
LeRoy Herrmann, husky Tight
bander who was the ace of the
Angel hurling corps last year, was
shelled from the box after his
team had spotted him five runs In
the first inning. Herrmann has
yet to win a game this season.
Andy House, Sacramento pitch
er, stopped tho Angel hitters after
they had pounded out Flynn and
Sacramento 10 IS 0
Los Angeles 1 14 2
Flynn, Noonan, House and
Wirts; . Herrmann, Ballou and
Suds Win In lOOi
SEATTLE. April 20. (AP)
The Seattle Indians nosed out the
Missions today by one run in an
extra inning, see-saw, hammer
and tongs game that ended with
the score 16 to 15.
Seattle had to defeat the Call-
fornians three times to win the
free hitting contest, in which the
Missions hit fire home runs to one
for Seattle. The score was tied
In the 10th, after the Missions
failed to score, Almada singled,
Miller sacrificed and Cox singled
to score Almada.
Counting home runs. Hafey
made two and Walter, Eckhsrdt
and Fitspatrick one each for the
Missions, and Burns scored one
for the Indians.
Missions 15 IS 3
Seattle 16 18 1
Bablch, Lelber, H. Pillette and
Fitzpatrick; Sewell, Walsh, Cas
ter, Haid and Cox.
New York 5 0 1.00 u
Cleveland ........ 4
Boston . . . . Z
St. Louis 2
PHILADELPHIA, April 20
(AP) The Philadelphia Athle
tics won their second game to
day, defeating Washington 8 to
1. Jimmy Foxx opened his home
run campaign by making two
circuit drives over the left field
pavilion, one of them with two
men on base. Grove pitched for
Washington 1 4 1
Philadelphia 8 11 0
Stewart, L. Thomas and Sew
ell; Grove and Cochrane.
Indians Win Opener
CLEVELAND, April 20 (AP)
Clint Brown pitched shutout
ball until the ninth today and
Cleveland defeated Detroit 3 to 1
in the local American league
Cleveland 3 5 0
Sorrell and Hayworth, Relber;
Brown and Spencer.
Sacs Still Booming
LOS ANGELES, April 20.
(AP) Sacramento made it three
In a row from the lethargic An
gels today, staging a four-run ral
ly in the ninth that left Los An
geles on the short end of a 10-7
score. It was the fifth straight
Jason Lee Wins
By 5-7 Margin
Jason Lee defeated Court
Street Christian 6 to 1 in a fast
game while Presbyterian was
snowing under First Baptist with
a barrage of bits and runs, 15 to
5, on Sweetland field to open the
church kitball league Thursday
evening. Dwight Adams and Bill
Ross umpired the games.
Batteries were Jason Lee, Hese-
man and Watson; Court Street
Christian. Walker and Ash: Pres-
White Sox Win tn 9th
CHICAGO, April 20 (AP)
Chicago pushed over a run in the
ninth today to defeat St. Louis,
5 to 4. The Browns outhit the
Sox 9 to 8.
St. Louis 4 9 0
Chicago S 8 0
Knott, Brown and Ferrell:
Durham. Frasler. Hevlng and
Made in County
The state game commission yes
terday made Its first 1933 season
plantings In Marion county
streams, when 20,000 cutthroats
were placed In the Abiqua.
The consignment planted yes
terday Is only a portion of the
young fish that will be added to
streams In this section this
byterlan. Hale and Mohr; Baptist,
Ross and Bolton.
Track meets, up to the last two
or three years, bad always been
slow, draggy affairs, with inter
minable walls neiween ctcuis.
Even an ordinary dual meet which
rAniiired no extra heats in xue
nrM nanallr started about 1 P.m.
and dragged along until dinner
Th nrlnclDal factor la chang-
Ing'all that and making a track
meet a slam-bang affair with
nmothinr dolnr every minute, is
the public address system. Here
in Salem and at nearby cities,
Gardner Knapp and bis Cherry
City Baking company car nave
ku. arvH!nr nn track meets tor
the last couple of seasons, and
Iiata no doubt that Knapp ana
th Mr voice will be on hand this
afternoon, permitting the Wil
lamette-Oregon Normai-&aiem x.
m c a. meet to start at 3:30
and finish by 5:30 at the latest.
Just what a loud speaker can
do about speeding up a track
meet, may not be realized by all
fans, bat those who have had a
great deal to do with socb
events, know what a chore it
used to be to get all the partici
pants Uaed np and ready for
races and field events on half
a dozea corners of the field. A
megaphone never was equal to
the occasion, but the magnifiers
that came in with radio and the
talkies, torn the trick without
the straining of any vocal cords.
And the result is a much more
Interesting spectacle, growing
in popularity with the public
Lon Stlner. whose selection as
football coach at Oregon State is
still Just around the corner but a
certainty for all that, will have
to do some building; absent along
with the late lamented Coacn Paul
Schlssler will be 12 lettermen, ln-
cludinr a veteran for every posl
tlon excepting center and left
tackle. Among the mlssinc will be.
most notably of all, Hal Moe. the
srreat hlockinr half: Frank Little.
fullback; Everett Davis, Keith Da
vis. Herman Leaf and Red Mac
Donald, ends; Ted Hermann and
T o m m v Ward, ouarterbacks;
Wayne Harn, Uekle; Arthur Mil
ler. Hugh Stantleld and Loren
. Kevertbeleas oat of the sprlag
practir Just completed several
ed. Report say there is
plrlt which seems aJbaed exclu
sively at going plaeea with the
ball, lastead of harborlag rer
taia extraneous alma smd pur
pose, chief of which wo pre
rame were the Individual am
.b it ions of certain stars.
Thanks to the schlssler habit of
wholesale substitutions, loss of 12
lettermen doesnt bereave tn
squad of all its experienced play
ers; thero are 18 lettermen left.
These include Arnold Helkenen,
Harold Joslln and Edward Mcin
tosh, fullbacks; Norman Franklin.
Pierre Bowman and Wlllard Jar
vis, halfbacks; John Biancoae.
Russell Acheson and Hal Pangie.
quarterbacks; Tar Schwammel.
Dan Mitola. Harry Field and Lon
Wagner, tackles; Wilfred Kenna;
Bill Tomscheck and Tom Miles,
guards; vie Curtm and wmi
Dan forth, centers.
No ends In that list, bat there
are a few among the reservea,
and a couple of transfers who
will be eligible la the fall.
There are good men for several
positions coming up from the
The members defeated the
caddies 7 to 5 In the kitball
game which dedicated the new
ball nark of the Salem Golf club
Thursday night. However, it
should be said on behalf of the
caddies that alter they had scor
ed a flock of runs In the nrst
lnnlne before the members got
the feel of the soft sphere, that
inning was declared a -practice'
affair and the game started
Even after that the caadies
held the upper hand until th
close of the game when the cad
dies' pitcher weakened or some
thin r. and four of the member
smashed out home runs: Clift
Parker, Bert Victor. Don Hen
drle and Ted DeTennencourt.
Johnny Perrlne pitched for the
members and Ivan Kafoury for
The new diamond was la ex
cellent condition. It has ample
space for a regular baseball
game, with the ninth fairway
for extra outrieia spue.
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