The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 16, 1933, Page 6, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
Th OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Satcrday Morning, December 16, 1933
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SCHEDULES FOR
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Salem to See Many Games
- Next Football Season;.
Conference Meets
- Unirersitr of Oregon's basket
' ; ball, team will play Willamette un
- Irersity this season for .the first
v time In three years, according to
. reports emanating from the
Northwest conference .meeting In
. Portland Friday. The. WeMoot
" cagemen, a tall outfit this year in
contrast to the undersized group
t BUI Jteinhart has coached for the
last sereral years, will come here
next Friday and Willamette will
. - go to Eugene January 3. Oregon
State will play here December 27.
Willamette's football schedule
for next fall also includes an un
usual number of home games, the
only conference clash slated else
: where being the one with Albany
. college. College of Puget Sound.
Whitman, Pacific and Linfield
' wilt all, play here and possibly
College of Idaho. The schedule as
- drawn to date leares openings for
two more In non-c onference
' games in Norember.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 15. 6P)
-Basketball schedules for the
' : coming season and football sched-.-
nles for next fall were drawn up
by the seven schools of the north
west conference here tonight at
the opening of the annual two
day meeting of coaches. and fac-
. nlty representatives,
i , While the coaches were consid-
, ering the schedules the faculty
members held a separate meeting
to study affairs of the conference.
TheCollege of Idaho, repre
. sented by Loren H. Basler, had
lined up only four football games
. for next fall, three of them ten
tative. .The cost of making the
trip to Caldwell or of giving guar
antees to the team on road trips
was said to have been the princi
pal obstacle to a heavier schedule
... for the school.
Coaches here for the confer
- ence include: Spec Keene, Wil
; lamette; Roy Sandberg. Puget
. Sound: Henry W. Lever, Linfield;
Anse Cornell. Pacific; R. Vincente
Borleske, Whitman; Loren H.
Basler, College of Idaho, and Joey
Mack, Albany. Mack, an assistant
last year to Slats Gill, basketball
coach at Oregon State college, was
- the only mentor attending a
northwest conefrence meeting for
- the first time.
. Willamette's basketball sched
t nle is:
. Dec 22- Oregon at Salem.
Dec.' 27 -Oregon State at Sa
lem. Jan. Z Oregon at Eugene.
v . " Jan. 19 Albany at Albany.
Jan. 23 Pacific at Salem. --Jan.
27 Pacific at Forest
Grove.
" Feb.' 2 Alhany at Salem.
X Feb.- Linfield at Salem.
' Feb. 10 College of Idaho at
- Salem. . . .
Feb. 15 and 1C College of Pu
' get Sound at Salem.
: Feb. 20 Linfield at McMinn
", Tille.
: Feb.' 23 Vnd, 24 Whitman at
Walla Walla.
Feb. 26 Eastern Oregon Nor
" : mal at La Grande.
Feb. -2 7 College of Idaho at
Ontario. Ore. ' ,
' 4,. lIAny , Home Games
- On Grid Scbedales
; The Willamette fooball sched
nl for next fall follows:
Sept. 22 Oregon State at Cor
Tallis. f v Sept. 29--Oregon Normal at
- Salem. '
. Oct- College of Idaho at Sa
lem (tentative).
Oct 13 Albany at Albany.
Oct" 20 Linfield at Salem.
Oct 27 College of - Puget
I - Sound at Salem.'-
Nov. 8 Pacific University at
J . Salem. . .
- " ' Nov. 25 Whitman at Salemf
m
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S
" s WOODBURN, Dec. 15 The an- j
nnat meeting of the Willamette
Valley Interscholastie league will
be held In the , Woodburn high
school building here Saturday af-
ternoon, it has bee announced.
... The league has' as its members .
Sllverton, West ; Linn. Molalla.
Lebanon Newberg and Woodburn.
. The delegates from the schools.
," ' wiU have noon lunch at tfce.Wood
:, , burn hotel.; Jt is thought that: a
i, .schedule for the league's baseball
' -teams will be drawn nn at the
meeting.: v : .siCJ .-.w ,"'-.'.-1
Referees who will have charge
L of ; high - school , games In Marlon
, ; county were' chosen here this week:
by: a committee . of the Marlon
County Athletic association. The
committee is -made up of W. B.
'" .. Dunn of Woodburn. Eugene Sllke
t Hubbard and M. IL Beal of
. -; Stay ton-.-Referees., for A. league
games get $5 per game and mile
s " age while B league officials get
$3 and- mileage.
Red Birds Score
7 Shutout Victory
-. Tb 1 -. THii1 wirn an mi
r; contest from the lue Birds by
the scere of-S to- 0 in a JCoon
league game pUyeArat;parrisa
Friday noon.. -, . -.'.!
Ilea BIrd ; ; f Blue Bird
' Sweigert. i . i ,F. . . . , Kenfield
' DUewart. .W ."i.F.. Vi . Quamme
B riggs i ,V . O V". j . Lowe
Jones.'. . i , , .'. ,.G . . . . :LIndstrom
. Roland 2 . . . . . ..G. Sweigert
Lively- Action Marks Bouts v:
Staged by Blue Key Society
As W. U. Loan Fund Benefit
One clean knockout in the box
ing division and worlds of action
both In the boxing and wrestling
bouts, featured the Blue Key
"smokeless smoker" at the Wil
lamette gymnasium Friday night
It was a benefit for the university
student loan fund. About 100 per
sons sttended.
Talbot Bennett, hitherto noted
only as a tennis player, furnished
the knockout when he floored
BUI Jones for the count In .the
second round. One of the most
popular boxing bolts featured two
husky gridmen, Jack Connors and
Bob Vagt Connors won a close
decision.
There ought to be a Job
somewhere for a fellow who
ran wilk 50 miles .an easy
forenoon's chore provided he
gets op early enough. The CWA
sorely needs some "walking
bosses' and this fellow we
have In mind is a champion.
He is rani A. Smith of Gates,
winner of several of the Salem-to-Portland
walking races, a
prominent contender in the C.
C. Pyle coast-to-coast bunion
derby, and otherwise notable
as a inciter of distances.
, Yet here is Paul, totally job
less for the last two years and
now "broke" as you might ex
pect, the walking business not
being what it used to be. Paul let
the married men have the jobs,
be having collected several hun
dred dollars a year doing the
thing he likes- best to do, back
in the days when walking races
were the rage. There aren't any
Buch contests now and Paul's
cash reserve is gone. He came to
Salem yesterday walking most
of the way of course to hunt up
the re-employment office.
It's interesting to contem
plate the possible reasons why
something over a thousand
people paid out their good
money for a glimpse of Jack
Dempeey here Tuesday night.
Of coarse the wrestling show
was op to par, but less than
half the crowd was made op of
the faithful wrestling fans.
In the mind of one editor, it's
an evidence of widespread imbe
cility aforesaid editor having
devoted his best, efforts for 13
years to restoring his fellow
man's vested right to pickle his
brain in alcohol at considerably
higher cost per capita.
Offhand, one might think the
average man's feeling with .re
gard to Dempsey woold be one
of envy, not adulation. Few
will . mind his extraordinary
earning capacity, hot here is
an Individual who could stand
op and trade punches on even --
terms, at least, with any man
. who ever lived. To a generation
of humans who prided them
selves on their relative ability'
along those lines perhaps more
, than any other virtue, coming
face to face with one who so
obviously outshone them in
that respect would be, one
would think, a highly unpleas
ant experience, one to be avoid
ed in the interest of self-esteem.
Evidently that theory is wrong;
Dempsey seemed to be the Idol
of those who gazed at him. He
wasn't nearly so popular . while
champion; neither was Tunney,
though public criticism of the
two was based on widely differ
ent premises. Maybe the fall of
such an envied person reverses
the general feeling toward him.
Having failed to explain hero
worship adequatelr, we still have
a conviction that each of the
"imbeciles" who visited the arm
ory Tuesday nigh had some per
sonal justification for - going
there and spending the money.
' MONMOUTH, Dec 15. Mon-
mouth .high school's basketeers
defeated, the. Antioch club team
here Tuesday night, 20 to 10. The
nrst quartet ended 5-1 in Mon
mouth's favor. At the second
quarter's opening, Kleever, An-
tioch forward, sank two baskets
tying the score.: Monmouth then
ran up three, points, bringing the
eoant to S-2 at half. . .
In the third quarter Kleever got
another field real. : and a fr
throw by Beckley, Antioch's teen
ier, iiea the score again. The high
school squad got a second start
and McKern. center, rot two field
goals and a free throw; R.' Snider
ana winegar each a field
Kleever anneied.one more counter
xor ms team which ended the
scoring.
SUrtlng
lineup:
Monmouth
A. Snider 1
Wilson 5
V AaUoch
; F Swearingen
- .F: fl Kleerer
MCJCernr n 1 Beckley
R. Snider 5 .-...0 LeFever
winegar 2 G i Teates
iinus.
Kereree, eBnjamln, p. N, S.
The wresUing bout between Max
Blgby of Willamette . and Don
Hendrie of the T. M. C. A. was
one of the liveliest Blgby lifting
his lighter opponent for a couple
of body slams and Hendrie com
ing back with a punishing son
nenberg, but it terminated In sv
draw. ' ':.
The superiority of a wrestler
over a boxer In a mixed bout was
demonstrated anew when-Blgby
hustled Os Morley, boxer, to the
mat in short order and proceeded
to take a fall
Summary:
Wrestling
Alderin, Salem high, decision
over Dunkin, T. M. C. A.
Blgby, W. U., and Hendrie, Y.
M. C. A., draw.
Hogue, Y. M. C. A. decision over
Smith, W. U.
Combination wrestling and box
ing, Blgby, wrestler, took fall over
Morley, boxer. v
Tada, Salem high, fall over
Newhouse, W. U.
Boxing
Connors, W. V., decision over
Vagt, W. U.
Petteys, W. U. and Noel, W. U.,
draw.
Scott, W. C, and Ferris, W. TJ.,
draw.
Bennett, W. U., knockout over
Jones, W. U.
Hastings, Salem high, decision
over Welch, W. tj.
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LOUbHRAH WILL
FIGHT GARNERA
Alp Meets Tommy and Then
Max Baer In June; Says
- He'll Defeat Both
By EDWARD J. NEIL
NEW YORK, Dec. 15. ()
Prlmo Camera and Tommy
Loughran have been matched to
fight In Miami February 22 for
the heavyweight championship,
first title bout in that class in
Florida since Jim Corbett knock
ed out Charlie Mitchell at Jack
sonville 39 years ago.
Loughran has agreed to the
bout and today Camera roared
approval of Madison Square Gar
den's arrangements before he sail
ed back for Italy after a stay of
less than two days, spent chiefly
In bankruptcy court All that is
needed now ls .the approval of
Louis SoresI, co-manager of the
champion, in Italy.
That, Camera said, will be easy
to get inasmuch as he wants the
fight and BiU Duffy, his Amer
ican manager, approves.
"I want to fight everyone," the
huge Italian declaimed aboard the
Conte de Savoia. "I want to fight
Loughran, then in June Max Baer.
I lick Baer, too. He's too .con
ceited." Camera, said he would return
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The verbal agreements .of. both
Loughran and Camera are for the
usual percentage of challenger
and champion 27 for Prlmo
lt for Loughran, The Garden
estimated It will spend approxi
mately $30,000 reconstructing the
Miami bowl which was built for
Jack Sharkey's fiasco with Phil
Scott In 1930.
The Garden's first Florida ven
ture, la 1929, was staged In Mi
ami Beach following the death of
Tex Rieard. That first "battle of
the palms' brought' together
Sharkey' and Young Strlbling and
netted the Garden a fine profit on
a 1400.000 gate.
Reports of better times In Flor
ida, and Loughran's rehabilitation
as a ehallenger by his defeat of
Sharkey and Ray Impelllttlere,
led the Garden to revive the cus
tom Richard planned as an annual
winter feature.
Camera's title defense, if Sor
esI agrees, will be his second since
winning the championship from
Sharkey last summer on a knock
out in six rounds last summer. It
will be the first heavyweight title
match staged In the winter
months since Jack Dempsey's
knockout of Bill Brennan" in the
eld Garden more than a decade
ago.
SEATTLE DEFEATED
SEATTLE, Dec. 15. (JP) The
Vancouver Lions defeated Seattle
2 to 1 here Thursday in a fast
moving hockey game. Scores were
tallied by Clint Smith for Van
couver and Gilhooley tor the Sea
hawks. A Call
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Oregon Man
Is National
Rifle Champ
' WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 15.
Oregon' produced one cham
pionship - winner and five repre
sentatives amon the "President's
Hundred," the select circle of
high-powered rifle marksmen. In
the national title matches of the
National Rifle association, the fi
nal tabulation of results in 13
state and regional meets shows.
Corporal Edward V. Seeser,
TJ. S. M. C, whose home is near
Molalla, Ore., captured the 200
yard rapid-fire championship and,
with it, the Camp Perry Instruct
ors' trophy, a statue of Alexander
Hamilton, which, was presented to
the National Rifle association in
1918 by the Camp Perry Instruct
ors' association for annual com
petition. . '
The Oregon Marine shot his
scores for the championships ' In
the regional meet held in Mas
saehusetts. To. win the 200-yard
rapid-fire event, - he fired three
consecutive scores of 50x50 and
then, on his fourth string, he got
a 47. His showing was easily suf
ficient to outclass the score fired
for this title In all the other re
gional meets.
The Oregon marksmen who
won places for themselves in the
"President's Hundred" on the
basis of their scores in the pres
ident's match were:
Harvey Ide, Company B, 186 th
to Arms
in the Rug:
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Inf., O. N. .. G.,'. Portland, who
placed 62nd with ft score ot 139x
150. -, H. L. Riches. O. N. G., Silver
ton, who placed 63 rd with a score
of 139x150.
William Stevely, O. N. G., of
Portland, who placed. 81st with a
score of. 138x150.,
Corporal Seeser, who placed
82nd with a score of 138x150.
Wy.J. Andrews. O. N. G., of
Portland, who placed 99 th with a
score of 137x150.
The four Oregon N a tJ o n a 1
Guard riflemen fired their scores
In the regional meet held at Fort
Lewis, Wash. '
Kipke in Huddle
With Lou Little;
Discuss Defense
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 ()
the aid of Harry Kipke, Michigan
coach, Columbia continues Its de
fensive work against Stanford
plays today in preparation for the
Rose Bowl game at Pasadena, Cal.,
New Year's day.
Kipke dropped in at the armory
to lend Lou Little, Columbia men
tor, a hand at analyzing the Stan
ford style of attack for. a team
to use against the varsity in prac
tice and to help figure out a de
fense as well. The Columbia
coaches have very little first hand
information about the Stanford of
fense and the Michigan coach was
able to add what "dope" his scouts
had gleaned while watching
Nortwestera play the Cardinals.
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Dallas Humbles
Willamina Quint
By 40 -10 Score.
DALLAS,' Dec: 15. r Scoring
19 points before the opponents
found the hoop, Dallas hlfH
school's basketball team rolled eg
a 40 to 10 victory over Willamina;
high here tonight. The score was
17 to 0 after the first period and)
Willamina made only two points
in the first half. Which closed 2
to 2 i
Dallas ' . WillaminaJ
Petrel.. ..F . Young
Pleasant S , Morrlsonl
Webb ii n n 1 Wooden
Hamilton 8
G 6 Frauenbeueil
Kliever 2
SumteA
Fisher 4
8 WertB
Lay her 4
The Dallas
defeated
Willamina "B," 32 to 9.
Airlie Boys Win
From Rickreall ;
Girls Defeated
. AIRLIE, Dec. 15. Three bas
ketball games were played oa
Airlie court Tuesday night one a
league game. Rickreall hoys and
girls played, also the Salem Sena
tors. Airlie boys won, 29-3; Rick
reall girls won by as large a mar
gin, and Salem Senators won, 25
to 13.
Airlie lineup for B league Is:
Alfred Bose, center; Alvin Herron,
forward; Arthur Abercromble,
forward; Arthur Bose, guard, ana
Lyle McKlbbens, guard.
By CLIFF STERETT
By WALT DISNEY
By SEOAR
B" team
By DARREL McCLURE
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