The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 09, 1933, Page 8, Image 8

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- The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Mornlnjr, May 9, 1933
Jack Kennedy in Wrestling
Walt Erickson Gets Coach
Job at Camas High; Record
As Bearcat is Exceptional
Higami Unable to Come due
To Injuries; Wiles to
Meet Gob Frantz
Wrestling fans here will bede
Sied tonight a second glimpse ot
Petsura Higami. the amiable Jap
anese, he haying suffered injuries
which are keeping him In a Se
attle hospital; Whether it was the
wrenching his spine underwent
when Wildcat Pete put a little ex
tra pressure on a Boston crab a
week ago, that keeps Higami away
has not been revealed.
Tonight's main event will how
Ter be Just as good a match as
the programmed Higami - Chet
Wiles affair, and perhaps better,
for there was a considerable
weight margin in Wiles' favor in
that one. Robin Reed and Jack
Kennedy are moving up to the
main spot and the two-hour dura
tion. Kennedy Is unknown here but
he bear a good Irish name, comes
from Boise, home of the fancy po
tato, and has beaten such men as
Pat Finnegan and Jimmy Bond,
who are known to local fans.
Wiles will be here after all,
meeting Sailor Frantz, with whom
. he once wrestled a draw In Salem,
in the hour and one-half bout.
Herman Olson and Glenn Stone,
always willing mixers, will clash
tn the JO-minute opsner as pre
viously announced.
W Ij Pet.
New York 14 7 .667
Cleveland IS 8 -619
Washington 13 8 .619
Chicago 12 9 .571
Detroit 10 11 .476
Philadelphia 7 11 .389
St. Louis 7 14 .333
Boston 13 -316
Walter Erickson, Willamette
'33, yesterday was notified that
he had been elected coach of
athletics at Camas,, Wash., high
school. He is the fourth member
of this year's graduating class to
secure a teaching position.
Erickson, president of the Wil
lamette university student body
and football captain last fall,
also is a letterman In baseball
and an honor student.
His home is at Washougal,
three miles from Camas, and he
was active in athletics when a
student of the high school there.
Dean Frank M. Erickson ex
pressed gratification at EriCk
son's election yesterday and said
his only regret was that his bas
ketball teams would not be eligi
ble to compete in the Oregon
tournament at Salem. .
For four successive years
Erickson won a halfback berth
on the All-Northwest conference
football team, and In his sopho
more year, received an honorable
mention on the All-American se
lection which Is most generally
recognized as official, the one
made by leading coaehes
throughout the nation.
He wound up a brilliant ca
reer on the gridiron last Novem
ber by Intercepting a pass in the
last minute of the Whitman
game, thus clinching a Bearcat
victory which turned a "Just
fair" season Into an outstanding
Erickson has also been a no
table performer in baseball.
playing in a number of positions
but finding his speed most ad
vantageous In the outfit?'". He
has been a close student of all
sports, both on the field and in
coaching theory classes. He Is
student assistant in the physical
education department this year,
and has had considerable prac
tical experience In coaching, as a
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cap with, the same score. Dr. O.
E. Prime won in the doubles
with a score of 20 out of 24.
Other scores In the 16-yard
shoot were: Boyer 36, Niles 42
Shedeck 37, Simon 40, Prime
44, Bowne 40, Parker 35, McKay
41. Treacherous gusts of wind
hampered the marksmen.
CHICAGO. May 8. (AP)
New York hammered Teddy Ly
ons for 12 hits today to defeat
Chicago, 7 to 3. Don Brennan
went all the way for New York
and gave the White Sox 10 hits.
New York . ... 7 12 1
Chicago 3 10 0
Brennan and Dickey; Lyons
and Grube.
Scores Fair at
Traps Although
Wind Deceptive
Clarence Townsend and Kehne
Wain tied for the lead In the
scratch competition at the Salem
Trapshooters club course Sunday
with 45s, and Lawrence Imlah
took first place la the hand!-
Scio Will Play
In Last League
Game on Friday
SCIO, May 8 Because of
rain, baseball games to have
been played at Tangent Friday,
have been postponed. -
Friday, May 12 the Scio teams
will play their last game ot the
Linn county B league. The boys
will meet Sweet Home and the
girls may play the girls from
To.'date the girls have played
two games, losing one and win
ning one. The boys have defeated
four teams and have lost to one
Local Club Defeats Oregon
. M S A A. - ri
In Lower Ranks
The Salem Golf club 24-man
team' exhibited the expected en
hancement in point-getting pow
er when it defeated Oregon City
Country club 43 H to 28 on the
Oregon City course Sunday. De
spite a high wind which provided
some of the less fortunate dlvot
eers with an alibi, the scores made
by most of the Salem players were
Strength in the lower rankings
was the factor which brought the
Salem club such an overwhelming
victory for Oregon City had an
edge In the upper halt of the list.
The Salem nlarers reDorted
that they were royally entertain-
ea, ana enjoyed the day's play
greatly. Bill Einzig, Curtis Cross,
Guy Smith and Graham Sharkey
later In the dajr made a good
catch of salmon in the river,
though Sharkey and Cross admit
ted that Einzig and Smith were
the "technical men" In the group.
Oregon City
3 McCahney 0
0 Christensen 3
0 Bary 3
1 Middlebrook 2
H Briggs 2
3 Legler 0
2 Bailey
3 Brown 0
1 Kitzmiller V
Swan . 2V
2H Baxter
0 Jarrett 2
0 Tuerch S
3 Bruner 0
2 Knoefil 0
3 Laurs 0
3 Gleason 0
3 Cooley 0
2 Durell 0
1 Cole 0
0 Henderson 3
2 Briggs 1
0 Zaniker 3
2 Hanklns 1
43 28
SCIO, May 8 Alan Frei
tag will compete in the district
track meet next Saturday, May
13, and in the state meet at Cor
vallis Saturday, May 20. He en
ters the mile event.
ST. LOUIS, May 8. (AP)
Boken hit a homer in the 12th
Inning to score two runs and en
able Washington to beat St. Louis
today, 10 to 8.
Washington .10 12 2
St. Louis 8 15 0
Thomas, Crowder, McAfee and
Sewell; Brown, Gray, Madley and
Pitching Takes the Spotlight
Philadelphia at Detroit
poned, cold.
Boston at Cleveland postponed,
wet grounds.
Stayton Has
Lead; Turner
Drops Behind
MEHAMA, May 7 Mehama's
Mid-Willamette league baseball
team turned a double trick Sun
day when it defeated Turner 6 to
2. It won its first victory of "the
season, and toppled one ot the
teams that had been leading the
league undefeated.
The "under dog," Mehama
proved stronger at that and Just
as capable afield as the favored
opponent. Fitzgerald of Mehama
hit a home run in tne second in
ning. The home squad scored all
of the remainder of its runs la a
fifth inning rally on four bits.
Turner ..2 1
Mehama t 11 2
Webb, Tong and Hennies; John
son and Fink.
Mehama's victory over Turner
shoved Stayton up into undis
puted possession of the South
Marion division leadership. Stay-
ton defeating Jefferson 9 to 0 at
Jefferson Sunday, Insofar as
could be learned, rain prevented
the playing ot all other Mid-Wil
lamette league games. Sweet
Homo and Harrisburg played five
Innings, with Sweet Home leading
I to 1, but they apparently de
cided not to count it a regular
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WOODBURN. May 8. The
Woodburn team ot the Portland
Valley league A was defeated by
the Sellwood team at Sellwood,
If to 0, Sunday. It is thought the
gam will be protested due to dis
satisfaction with aa umpire's de
cision. -
. iso speciacuiar piays were
made except a homo run in the
fifth by C. LaMear ot the Sell
wood team.
Woodburn bas won two games
and lost two so far this season.
Sellwood got six runs in the first
Inning, one in the fourth, four
In tha fifth, and five In the
6Uhth. - . .
Sellwood pitcher - struck out
It men, .Woodburn' pitcher
track out eight
. Batteries, for Woodburn, Beck
and Norton; Sellwood, Miller and
THE amazing predominance of
low-hit games and pitching
duels this spring baa caused
00 end of discussion in baseball
circles. Hat the ball been changed.
3t was the cold weather to blame t
1 certainly think that the ban in
both leagues is very noticeably less
lively than it used to be. The Jack
rabbit seems to be dead.
. The question remains whether
Oil is a good thing for the game.
A lot of people seem to think that
the rabbit ban made a farce out of
baseball, and that tha fans had
grown tired of slugging orgies and
countless home runs.- Aceordin ta
these critics, the thrill of the long
hit and the home run is eliminated
by their too f reouent occnireiu!.
These critics say that when too
many circuit smashes avm hit. h
home run becomes cheapened and
lloses Its bis; appeal. Then, too, the
speedy, scientific type of game pro
duced by the less lively ball la aatd
to have more interest to the fans
than a mere contest of slugging
power between two teams which
play nothing but "power basebalL"
However, for my pert. I think at
least as much can be said In favor
of the old lively ball as can be
charged against it. After all, the
punch is the thing t&at has the big
gest appeal to tne ordinary zan,
whether in baseball or any other
sport It cannot be forgotten that
the home run 'erase inaugurated by
Ruth certainly put many a thrill
into the ame that was lackinr in
the days of the old "Hitless Won
ders." After all, the era of the
lively ball was the period of base
ball's greatest prosperity, 't
The low-ecore, scientific type of
game probably appeals more to the
real scientific students of the game,
but the average fan still likes the
old smackerino. and the fine nohrts
of baseball strategy are lost on at
least a portion of tha crowd at any
The argument for the lively ball
Golf is seldom a monotonous
game, bat if it ever does seem
that way, we recommend that
yon pick out a nice windy day.
Starting oat with the wind at
your back, you can feel Jnst like
Walter Hagen as your mediocre
drive sails and sails, far past
the SOO-yard mark which may
ordinarily represent your ultima
thole. Encouraged thereby, your
approach shots will click nicely,
and you won't mind if they sail
a few yards too far.
Provided the first three or four
holes are laid out in the same gen
eral direction, you'll continue to
bang out great drives and match
them with slick approaches; and
tnen, maynap, you come to a
tricky short hole. Your confidence
is still helping out and your iron
shot lofts beautifully; and then
Just in front of the green a mys
terious gust ot wind will grab it
and shunt it off into a trap.
And right on top of that blow
to your pride, you come up to
the next tee and face directly
into the wind, and you smack a
tremendous drive, just right ex
cept 1 hat it Is a little high and
then have to duck to keep it
from blowing right back into
your face. That ball will rise
and rise, fighting the wind, and
go nowhere.
So you walk the few steps up
to it, and knowing now what you
are up against, you whale away
mightily at that pesky pellet and
we don't have to tell you what
happens then. It takes you five
good shots to reach the five-par
green, and your morale being
what it is right then, you take
three putts. Goodbye score.
If we took the trouble to re
cord the results of every ball
game that was scheduled for
Sunday and Monday, nine-tenths
of them would be the same story
and rate the same headline. The
Senators and the Elks didn't
play Sunday, the Bearcats didn't
play Monday. There is little
hope for any of the three games
scheduled for today. It's a good
time to be a philosopher.
Tbe Senators and the Elks, by
the way, have scheduled a game
for Friday afternoon at 5:15
which will provide a good oppor
tunity for local fans to see the two
teams which will represent Salem
this summer. Tbe Elks have draft
ed Harry Scroggins to pitch for
New York
St. Louis .
Brooklyn .
w l ret
.14 4 .778
.12 7 .432
.11 10 .524
.10 11 .474
. 8 10 .444
. 8 10 .444
. 9 12 .409
. t 11 .318
BOSTON, May 8. (AP) Lefty
Larry French today held Boston
to three scratch hits to give the
league-leading Pittsburgh Pirates
a 3-0 shutout in their series open
er with the Tribesmen.
Pittsburgh 3 9 0
Boston .' 0 3 1
French and Finney; Zachary
and Hogan.
NEW YORK, May 8. (AP)
Home runs by Joe Medwlck and
Frankie Frlsch today gave St
Louis a 4-to-3 victory over New
York. LeBlio accounted for all of
the Giants' runs with a homer in
the eighth.
St. Louis 4 2 0
New York 2 8 0
Chicago at Brooklyn postponed,
Cincinnati at Philadelphia post
poned, rain.
Hopes Slight
Of Any Ball
Games Today
Two promising baseball games
are on the schedule for this after
noon at Oltnger field, but there Is
Bcant likelihood of their being
played. Willamette university Is
slated to play Albany college and
Salem high Is lined up to play Sil
verton in the two halves ot a
double header on Ollnger field.
Monday's rain beat upon an al
ready soaked diamond and renew
ed the lakes that dotted It last
week, and even if the weather man
Is wrong and today sees a cessa
tion of the downpour, the field
can hardly be in condition tor
No definite announcement of
postponement was made Monday,
however. Willamette postponed its
game with TJ. ot O. which was to
have been played that day.
Booster Club to End
Season, Brush Creek
last meeting of the Booster club
will be held Friday night. May 12,
at the schoolhouse. The women
will furnish the program and the
men the refreshments. Mrs. Carl
Lorenten will have charge of the
program. May 18 will be the last
day ot school. An all-day picnic
will be enjoyed and a baseball
game played. '
Orlett Moen, Marjorie Hillman
and Herbert Kneiss are those who
will graduate from the eighth
grade this year. Inga Goplerud,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Goplerud ot this district, will suc
ceed Margaret Giexik as teacher
for the coming year.
The second round ot play in
tbe Elks' golf tournament start
ed officially Monday, the first
round having been completed
Sunday despite unfavorable
weather recently.
Pairings tor the second round
Championship flight Eyre
vs. Victor, Armprlest vs. Cline,
Stacey vs. T. Wood, C. N. Need
ham vs. Lynch.
First flight Bernard! vs. Gab
rielson, U. 8. Page vs. Obling,
Cox vs. Starr, Burch vs. Sheldon.
Third flight Huk vs. J. D.
Sears, Wieder vs. Stiff, T. J.
Brown vs. George Brown, Good
win vs. K. Bell.
Fourth flight Keenan vs. W.
I. Needham, Austen vs. Wassam,
Gustafson vs. Hald, Schlitt ts.
Tennis Tourney
Delayed Due to
Continued Rain
DALLAS, May 8 Due to un
settled weather conditions during
the past week the semi-finals in
the annual city tennis tournament
have been postponed from Sun
day, May 7, to Sunday. May 14.
This will make It necessary for
the finals to be played on Sunday,
May 21.
Several first and second round
matches have been played off de
spite the weather and the results
in these were as follows: men's
senior division, Robert Kutch won
over Floyd McCann, 7-5, 4-8, 8-4.
Men's open division, Irvin Plett
won over Ray Johnston, 8-1, 8-1;
George Gould, Jr. won over Hu
bert Dunn, 6-2, 6-2; Ray Koser
won from Elvin Quiring, 6-1, 2-6,
8-6; Fred Lewis won over Walter
Beck, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3. Women's sen
ior division, Arlie Mae Hartman
won from ' Helen Shreeve, 6-3,
6-2. Boy's Junior division, Robert
Conwell won from Jack Eakin,
6-4, 6-1.
Buena Crest Will
Graduate Quartet
Of Eighth Graders
QU1NABY, May 8 Eighth
grade graduation exercises will
be held at the Buena Crest
school Friday at 8 p.m., when
Avery Thompson, Salem attor
ney, will be the speaker. Tne
class includes Paul Penny, Helen
Diem, DeLores Buchanan, Brule
Jones Jr.
Miss Edith Manning, teacher.
has arranged the program, which
will also include music by the
high school band, two plays,
and a reading by primary room
Portable Overhead
Watering System
New Idea of Hayes
LAKE LABISH, May 8 Hayes'
Lablsh- farms will experiment this
season with a portable overhead
water system, which will be used
on the onions. Tbe water will be
pumped from the ditches by gaso
line motors into pipes to which
are attached spraying devices.
About six men will be required
to run it, it Is believed.
Musical Program
For Scotts Mills
Will be Tonight
Graduation exercises for the
eighth grade class of the Noble
school will be held Friday at 8
n. m.. at the Noble school. Mary
L, Fulkerson, county school super
intendent, will deliver the address
and present the diplomas.
For having the highest grade
average, Evelyn Taylor will be
class valedictorian. The graduates
are Evelyn Taylor, Margaret
Landwing, Leo Gersch and Joe
Blelenberg. Miss Grayce Dunagan
is the teacher.
that seems strongest is the element
ox uncertainty that it introduces In
a game. When yon have low-score
baseball, if a team gets a S or 4-
rnn advantage early in the game
the contest is oyer, to all intents
and purposes.
With the dead ban, a two-run
handicap is a very difficult obstacle
to overcome. With the lively ball.
a iwo-run advantage ooesn mean
a thing. A sudden batting splurge
win change the whole complexion
of a seemingly one-sided game in
the space of an inning. -
Remember, too, that one of the
greatest thrills of recent baseball
history wss that famous Inning in
the World Series several years ago
when the. Athletics apparently
hopelessly beaten scored nine
runs in one frame to win the garnet
- What a kick the fans got out of
that I And the deadened ball will
make such outbursts of slugging a
practical impossibility.
Sllverton Future Farmer assocla
tlon ehapter held its monthly
meeting Thursday night. Bob
Hauge and Carl Loron were raised
from the green hand to Future
Farmer degree. A number of the
F. F. A. boys visited the A. N.
Doerfler farm Friday evening.
Saturday forenoon. Warren Crab
tree attended a meeting at Salem
called by Earl R. Cooley, state
supervisor of agriculture for ag
ricultural instructors to meet and
formulate plans tor Future Farm
or showings at the state fair.
Notice hereby is given that the
undersigned has been, by the
County Court ot Marion County,
nnnn. annotated executrix , of
the last will of NEWEL W.
CLARK, deceased, and has Quali
fied. All persons having claims
against the estate of said decedent
hereby are required to -present
same, with proper vouchers, to
the undersigned . at Salem, Ore
gon, within six (6) months from
the date hereof.
D2td 18 April, 1933.
As such Executrix.
Salem,- Oregon,
Attorneys for Executrix. A-l 8
No. 120
Synopsis of .Annual Statement of tba
KaiaacRDsatta ProtaetiTe Association.
Ine of WorcMtar, in tha 8 lata f Vassa
cha setts, on tha thirtj-first day of- 1
eamber. 19S3, mads to the Insurance
Commissioner at tha State ( Oregon, pur
suant to lav:
Asaoont of capital stock paid np, SI,-
Vet Preminnu receired durini tha jtar.
interest. eUTidends ana rent recerre
tarta tie jeer. S3S1.S70.S5.
laooae iron etacr so oxers receiTta
daring tae year, $7,345.52.
Total Income. T,ao,
Net loatea paid darinr tha year taelad-
ina? adiaatsneat expanses. t5. 174.100. 15.
IHTidoad paid capital etock daring
the rear, S50.000.00.
Commissions ana saiartee paid a aria g
Ua year, sa.Q31.T70.0S.
Taxes, licenses and lees paid aunng
tha year. 1121,774.04.
Anoint at au emer axpeneuiarea.
Total expenojtor-s,
Value of real estate ewaed (market
alnel. Sft23.oos.A3.
Valae of stacks aad bonds owned (mar
ket valae), SS.tS4.51S.25.
Loans on aaortcares aad collateral, etc-
Cash la kanis aad on nana. ys.-
Premiums la coarse of collection writ
ten siace September SO, 1BS2, S,e55.89.
Interest aad renta sue aad accrued.
Total aomittea assets,
Gross claims for losses mapaid, ft.'
Amonnt of aaearaod premlnma oa aU
oatatandisg risks, $1,288,008.26.
Duo for commission aad brokerage, $2,
$29.87. An other liabilities. $209,729.97.
Ken-Oaaeellable Reserve 81,71,413.00.
aad Contingent Kessrre $527,733.28, $2,.
Total liabilities; except capital. $,-
. Caaital said a. $1,000,000.00.
Sarplaa over all liabilities, $t$V
Sarplaa as re gar' poller holders, $V
Total 88 819 093.18.
Net raainjaa rocsjrrtd daring Ua year,
- Losses paid darlag fho year, $$7,
Losses iMarrod daring the year, $ 7V
- Kama of Compeer. Tha Uassachasotta
rroteetlYe Assentation, ia.
Kama of President. Charles A. Harrlng-
Kama of Secretary, Lemuel Q. Hedg
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