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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salen. Oregon; Sunday Morning! January 7. 19M
PROVES FUTILE r
Oregon State Starts Slowly
; Again, Later Gets Lead
; But Can't Keep It ,
. CORVALLIS. Ore. Jan. 6.
1 Maintaining their; scoring ac
curacy throughout i the entire
game, the Washington State Cou
gars gare the Oregon Ute col
lege basketball team .its 'first con
ference defeat of , the season, 28
to -14 here tonight. rThls evened
their series with one apiece. 1
Washington State's half time
lead of Ik to 4 was passed by
the Bearers at 19 to 18. but Mc
Phee and Johnson t connected in
time to reTerse the advantage. .
Late in the - final period the
Bearers moved ahead when Len
ehltsky scored a goal. The Ore
. gon State team took a four-point
lead when Lenchltsky. dropped In
another goal and a foul conver
sion. .. . "' . '
: Then the Cougars put on a
rally of their own. Johnson, Con
gar forward, tipped in the win
ning, basket in the last minute of
play. v- .-' : -.
Not in the memory of the pres
ent home, basketball generation
has a team guarded the Beavers
bo successfully as did the Cou
gars the first half.
Captain O'C oniell broke
through repeatedly' Lfor scores
which spirited the Bearer rally..
In the dying minutes of the game
Scott let fly from far out on the
floor and the score read 24 all.
For more than a minute and a
half the teams battled before
"Johnson won a scramble under
the basket by tipping In the win
ning goal. Washington domin
ated the tipoff throughout
; Another near-capacity crowd
of 3,000 witnessed the game.
Wash. State (20) ; G
Johnson LP i.2
SfcPhee RF , ,, : -1
Houston C .2
Scott LG .2
Willi RG -3
Oregon State (24)
MacDonald LG -Lenehitsky
' Personal " fouls: Johnson
Houston 2, McPhee 1; Kidder 4.
Hibbard, Lenehitsky 2.
Free throws missed: .. Johnson
S, Hibbard 2, MacDonald. 1.
; Referee, PUuso, M.: A. A." C;
' umpire, Adams, Willamette.
New Deal in
By EDWARD J. NEIL
NEW TORK, Jan. 6. JP)
Golf launched a reconstruction
program all its .own today with
a thorough overhauling of the
" manner ot playing the annua
amateur championship, and the
announcement- of a thoroughly
; democratic 1934 Walker Cup
team, with four of the nine play
ers new to the classic internation
al competition. ,
Patterning the amateur cham
pionship after the British system,
the United States. Golf association
announced the elimination of
, Qualifying play in the tournament
proper and the substitution ot a
. full week of match play among a
maximum of 180 entries, most
drastic change in the 'history of
' the competition.
At the same time, Francis Oiu
met, Boston reteran who led the
"Walk : Cap forces in 1932, was
again named captain' of the team
that will meet the- British at St.
Andrews May 11 and 12. -
His team mates . are Johnny
: Goodman ot Omaha, present open
chaplon; Johnny Fischer, all
youngsters new to international
play: H. Chandler. Egan, Del
Monte, OL, reteran who won the
amateur In 1904-05 and eliminat
ed Goodman In the first round ol
the 1933 amateur but nerer be
fore played ! ia- Walker. Cup
- matches; Max R, Marston, another
former champion who returned to
top flight -form last season, and
the reteran of the 1932 team,
George T. Dunlap, Jr., of New
York, -national amateur -cham
pion; Gua Mereland of Dallas, and
Jack Westland of Chicago.
Under the new amateur : plan.
22 sectional -qnalifylng tourna-
' menta throughout " the - country
August 21 will produce the field
4 that will start 18-hole match' play
- at Brookllne, Mass., September
19. All former - champions "in
good standing" automatically are
Included among the 180. certified
for match play., : 'iVUls. i,;
"ATLANTA. Jan. f. (S5) The
national football rules committee
will hold Its annual meeting her
for three days starting February
I, H..J Stegeman, a committee
member from the University of
Georgia, announced today.
Tha meeting, generally held in
New York, was mored here at
Etegeman'a- tnritatlon. ; At ; tha
came time tha adrlsory commit
tee of coaches, appointed at the
recent Chicago eonrention: will
viaeet here. Lou Ltttl. Nanie
hi feb iy
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flACK LOME STAR.
Jinny FOXX- the
OAJiy ONE OF CONNlEjS
EXPENSIVE STARS WHO .
REMAIAJS WITH THE TEAM.'
HOLD FOR MR.
T the ripe old age of 71, the
silver-haired Cornelius Mc
Gillicuddy, better known as
Connie Mack, win endeavor to build
jap a new baseball team next season
to supplant the high-geared machine
which he wrecked this winter by
selling his high-priced stars.
Connie Is facing a tough task, for
he is entering upon the coming sea
' son with only one star remaining of
his costly galaxy of diamond prima
donnas. Jimmy Foxx, heavy slug
ging first sacker and the mightiest
right-handed hitter in baseball, is
still with the Athletics at this writ
Kizer, Babe Hollingbery ai " W.
A. Alexander are members of this
Stegeman said a committee
named to 6tudy suggested rule
changes would engage in "labora
tory work" during the meeting.
Spring football training will be
under way then at Georgia and
Georgia Tech and the committee,
composed of Stegeman, Dana
Bible. Lou Little, W. S. La n go ford
and Walter Okeson, will be able
to have squads of players avail
able to test out any maneuvers
they desire to study.
BROOKLYN, N. T., Jan. 6. p
Charles Hornbostel of the Uni-
rersity ot Indiana, bolder of the
unofficial record for the half mile
outdoors, tonight won the 800-
meter feature of the Knights of
Columbus indoor track and field
games by ten yards. Zene Venzke,
of the University of Pennsylvania
Hornbostel's time was 1 minute
57.1 seconds, a far cry from Lloyd
Hahn's universal ' standard ot
1:51.4, but a good effort for the
unbanked armory track. He was
going easily at the finish, looking
back for venzke.
Phil Cohen, ot the Millrose A.A.,
a local club runner, sprang a big
upset by taking the 100-meter
dash to win the sprint series and
break the two-year reign of Ed
Slegel. who tied for second place
with Manny Krosney, New Stretch
high school star.
$250 Per Member
The Co-op Colony, designed as
an attempt at practical commun
ism, Saturday filed articles In
the state corporation department
here. Membership fees were fixed
at I2S0. .. l
The organisation la authorised
to deal la real estate, operate
farms, carry en logging and lum
bering, construct reservoirs and
irrigate land, , develop and sell
hydro-electric power, operate tele-
pone systems and operate munici
pal facilities. i
The directors are D. M. Brower,
Hi. Cummin gs, Harold Parmele,
Gerald Roth, Walter R. Ransom
and W;.M.- Roth. ' :vv l
- - PRO CHAMPS WEf
. ; DALLAS, Jan. C. (m The Chi
cago Bears, football champions ot
the professional world, rolled np
a" tt to II rlctory orer a team
composed of former grid stars of
Southern ' nieUiodlst university.
li I GOAJAJJE HAS WRECKED
Iv HS HIGH POWERED MACHINE
Facing a Dijfault
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ing, and the venerable Mr. Mitck
has insisted that deuble-X JaBtes
will not be sold at least not this
Connie is net downhearted ever
the 1934 prospects of the "As, be w
erer. Far from it. The Silver Fox
of the American Loop insists that
his team ia not wrecked, and points
out that he has quite a few .very
promising youngsters to supplant
the already aging reterans who
were sold in his sensational winter
All the old stars of the old ma
chine, which won several pennants
for Connie during the last fire
The weather man has been
smiling on the golfers for the past
several days, and a full turnout is
expected today on the part of the
eight teams competing in the Sa-
em Golf club Industrial league, as
well as by other divot diggers who
realize that ideal golfing weather
In January is not to be neglected.
There are not many regions In the
United States where golf is even
a possibility at this season. Teams
which must get their scores in by
tonight in the Industrial league
Business Men, Utilities, Pack
Gasoline, Industrial, Medical-
Dental, Automotire. '
The City-Y. basketball pro
gram will continue this week,
the Minor league games at the
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday night be
ing Kay Mills vs. Teachers at 7
o'clock. Square Deal Radio rs.
Oregon Paper at 8, Pay's TakJt
ts. Western Paper at 0. Major
league games at Parrlsh Thurs
day night will be Willamette
freshmen rs. Willamette Cardi
nals at 7, rade's ts. Kay MIUs
at 8, aPrker's vs. Valley Motor
V-8. at 9.
The American Legion wrestling
show Tuesday night is an attrac
tive one. 'featuring Art Perkins,
newly established -aa a Salem resi
dent, against Robin Reed In the
main erent. Stan Crawley who
made his bow last week meets
Tommy Heins, who is expected to
demonstrate 67 rartetles of wres
tling. The opener brings together
Alfred Anderson and Murt cram.
' It's an easy matter to schedule
basketball games and for that
reason a difficult matter to keep
track of schedalea. Fans will
just hare to watch this page
from day to day to find oat
what the basketball attractions
xe, Salem high's plana for this
week were still a bit Indefinite
Saturday except that the team
win play Eugene high at Eu
gene Saturday night. Willamette
ts scheduled to play Oregon Nor
mal here Thursday and to meet
Columbia Saturday, bat there
may be some changes.
Falls City Five
By Wide Margin
' Tha Doughboys, : representing
the Cherry City. Baking company
of Salem, scored a 45-to-li no
tary orer the Falls City town bas
ketball team at Falls City Satur-
- 24 Victory mfU
YSAR. - OLD PILOT OF
THE ATHLETICS -CAM HE BUILD
ANOTHER. WIMM1MG TEAM?
fears, hare been sold -eJl except
Simmons, Haas, Dykes, Grove,
Cochrane, Walbecg, Earnshaw and
Bishop famous names- all of them.
And now all hare been aoM down
the river by the silver-thatched ring
master of the White Elephants.
Just as in 1914 Connie wasn't afraid
to break up one of the greatest base
bail machines in diamond history,
so today at 71 this patriarch of the
diamond is still ready to start all
over again and try to build up an
other winning combination. Good
luck to you, Connie!
O TlaM. 1114. KIM IW tjm tata, Im.
day night. Eckman of the Dough
boys led In scoring with 17 points,
The Doughboys will go to Hebo
Doughboys Falls City
Yanderhoof 10 F. ..... 12 Foster
Allison 7 F W. Howell
Eckman 17... .C 4 Rickitts
Speck 4 G....1 R. Howell
Maw 5 G 2 Speerstra
Sachtler 2 S
DALLAS, Jan. 4. Perry dale
Farmers basketball team showed
the followers ot the game some
high class' basketball when they
defeated the strong Dallas town
team, 1932 state champs, Friday
night, 45 to 33. The score was
close throughout the first half
with Perrydale leading the great
er part of the time. The score at
the half was 24-20 for Perrydale.
In the second halt the visiting
Farmers tightened their defense
and most of the Dallas baskets
were from far out.
Pengra starred for the risitars
with 13 points, A. Van Otten was
a dose second with 11 points and
MInich and TJglow ot Dallas .tied
Len Gilson of the winners with
A Van Otten 11 F 8 MInich
Beyerle 2 F. . . . ..3 Vaughn
Lor. Gilson 4 . . .F Syron
Pengra 13 C 4 Le Fors
D. Van Otten, 5..G...-...6 Griffen
Len Gilson S ...G.. g TJglow
G 4 Kllever
Referee-, Ray Boydston.
Nose Out Frosh
PORTLAND. Jan. t. UP) The
cobra-like left arm ot Silrer
brought the Lincoln high school
basketball team an inch-to-the-
good rlctory orer the Willamette
university freshmen, by a 23-to-22
score, here today.
Silrer -led the scoring with It
points while Brandon, Bearkitten
center, scored eight. "
Rook Five Wins
CORVALLI3. Jan. tV The
Oregon State college' rooks won
their first basketball game of the
season, 28 to 18, from CorralUs
high school today. . ,
Tattle and Torgerson - were tha
chief scorers for the Rooks. Dai
ley, substitute forward far the
high school, was tndlriduai. high
scorer with eight points.
ULUS If STEliS
Needham Sets N. W. Record
Onof ficiatly; Brunke
Of Portland Also
Two - unofficial ' northwest rec
ords were set in the swimming
meet between the Salem Y.M.C.A.
and a team from Portland North
east Y. here Saturday night. Sa
lem won the meet, 48 points
to 16. ,
Win Needham of Salem swam
the 220-yard free style In 2:24.2
for one of the record' perform
ances and: Brunke . of . Portland
made the 100-yard breast stroke
In 1:14.5 lor the other.
140 Relay Salem won (C,
Wiper, Bill Wirtz, Needham, Boh
100 Breast Stroke Brunke,
Portland; Elliott, Salem; Sexton,
Salem; 1:14.5. l
100 Back Stroke Luse, Port
land; T. Wiper, Salem; Causey,
40 Free Style Brownell, Sa
lem; Wirtz, Salem; Johnsrud,
220 Free Style Needham. Sa
lem; Levy, Portland; C. Wiper,
Diving Arm priest, Salem.
us. z points; Hauge, Salem:
100 Free Style Brownell. Sa
lem; Needham, Salem; FIsch,
120 Medley Salem won (Cau
sey back . stroke, Elliott breast
stroke, Wirta free style.)
DALLAS. Jan. 4. Dallas hlah'a
basketball team will settle down
to some tough play in r for the next
few weeks with a 14 game sched
ule facing them, starting with TJni-
rersity nigh at Eugene tonight.
Dallas has played four high school
games to date, winning twice from
wmamina, and once each from
Chemawa and Falls City.
The regular schedule will wind
up on February 18 with a county
league game at Monmouth, and
will be followed by the county and
district tournaments. The county
league opens for Dallas January
19 when it plays Independence
there. Dallas, Monmouth and In
dependence make np the A league
in Polk county, and the two high
teams in their series will meet
from the B league in the county
tournament. The tourney will be
played on the floor of the A league
team not entering.
Dallas schedule for the balance
of the season is:
Jan. 8, Corrallis there.
Jan. 11, Willamette frosh here.
Jan 14. Eugene here.
Jan. 19, Independence there,
an. 23, McMlnnville there.
Jan. 26, Monmouth here.
Jan. 27, Falls City there.
Jan. 30, McMlnnville here.
Feb. 1, Engene there.
Feb. 6, University high here.
Feb. 9. Independence here.
Feb. 13, Corvallls here.
Feb. 16, Monmouth there.
Keel is Moulded
For Defender of
BRISTOL, R. I., Jan. 6. UPi
A keel was made here today upon
which will turn the hopes ot the
country's yachtsmen to retain the
most prized of all blue water tro
phies the America's cup.
Nearly 90 tons of molten lead
were poured into a sand-banked
wooden form to fashion the keel
of the yacht which Harold S. Van
derbllt and his associates are
building to meet the challenge of
T. O. M. Sopwith. . British sports
man, and his new J -class sloop
Jimmy Wilson, star catcher for
the St. Louis Cardinals in their
last world, aeries . appearastce
and np to the close of the 193$
- eeasoEL has been acqolred tj
the Philadelphia Natlosal
. leagwo clnb and will manage the
BO HOOP 5
OPENS FOR DALLAS
Meets Reed Tuesday Night :
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Art Perkins, of Salem, Ore., will tussle with Robin Reed of Reedsport
on the armory: mat Tuesday night. Perkins has decided: to make
Salem his home and has already brought his family here. Bis
young daughter has entered school. Perkins who drew the praise
ot fans aa he defeated "Bulldog Jackson a week ago, met Reed
hero in one of the lireliest matches Salem has seen, a couple of
years ago. They will attempt to repeat Tuesday night.
Tommy Armour Leads Field
At Miami at
With Four Under Par Card
MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 4. UP)
Tommy Armour, of Chicago, bias
ed a sensational trail of pars and
birdies today to post a 34-hole
score ot 136, tour under regula
tion figures, and lead the field
at the halt way mark in the 22,-
000 Miami Open golf tourna
ment. The slender pro from the Me-
dinah Country Club, who during
his, colorful career has worn moBt
of the major crowns In golf, post
ed a brilliant 47 today, three un
der par which with a 49 yester
day, pulled him oat of third place
to top the field of approximate
ly 140 of the best shot makers
of the country.
Nerer bowing to par on to
day's 18 hole round, Armour
rounded the turn with a 34, one
under perfect golf, and came
home with a snappy 33. His card
of 69 yesterday was a 34 and a
Hitting out long drives, Armour
also was on top of his short game
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
Eugene, Jan. 6. (Special) The
University of Oregon Webfoots
will open their 1934 conference
hoop schedule Monday and Tues
day nights against the strong
Washington State college Quin
tet. Both games . will be played
here on McArthur court, start
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Three sophomores will be in
cluded In Bill Relnhart's opening
combination Monday night. Wil
lard Jones, six foot four Inch cen
ter prospect, seems to hare a
monopoly on the pivot post. Budd
Jones, former Ashland Normal
star, is entrenched at one guard
berth, and Ron Gemmel, speedy
transfer from Eastern Oregon
NormaH has shown great promise
as a forward.
Captain Gilbert Ollnger, guard,
and Jack Robertson, forward and
leading scorer in the pre-season
contests with 71 points In seven
games, are the two reterans on
the squad. Bill Berg, husky one
year letterman, has been alternat
ing with Gemmel as a forward
and will see action.
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LOS ANGELES, Jan. . (JP)
Olin Dutra, whose forebears sail
ed the Spanish main, exploded a
sparkling 47 orer the difficult
championship course of-the Los
Angeles County club today to
lead a brilliant field in the Los
Angeles open and then went home
to practice. 1
Although he clipped three
strokes from par,: the big fellow
from Santa Monica waa not satis
fied with his tee shots and. hur
ried away to the -practice tee of
the Brentwood dab, where he la
pro, to try td straighten out his
driving before the start ot the
second round tomorrow. '
Two smart pros of the young
sehool, Johnny Berolta of Mil
waukee, Wis.; and Paul Runyan
ot White Plains, N. Y followed
Dutra two strokes In arrears with
sub-par rounds of ,49. - i
k George Ton Elm, Los Angeles,
former, ; amateur I champion hut
who no longer plays for the fun
of It, and Ky Laffoon, Denver pro,
.equalled tha reriaed par of 70.
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and sank putts with deadly ac
He shot the first nine in eight
pars and one- birdie four, collect
ed on the 500 yard fifth and
picked up two more birdies on
the way back to go with the
seven other holes he played in
A stroke farther back of the
1932 winner of the Miami Open
with 137 came Phil Perkins of
Willoughby, Ohio, who was one of
the leading British amateurs be
fore he turned pro. Perkins, who
tied with Armour with a 49, in
third place yesterday, mored into
second division today with a 68.
Although he finished farther
back In the field with a par 140
for the two rounds, John Kin
der of Asbury Park, N. J., car
ried off the low scoring honors
for a single round today when he
carded a smart 31 on the first
nine. He took a 37 on the return
side for a 68 to pair with a 72
scored yesterday. .
WOODBURN. Jan. Wood
burn high school basketball team
lost its first game of the season
Friday night in the Woodburn
high school gym, when they were
outplayed by the Silrerton Silver
Foxes by a score of 45 to 26
High man for the Foxes was
Scott who made 14 points, follow
ed oy Pettyjohn with 12 points.
The Woodburn second team
defeated Silverton's second team,
22 to 4, the teams being more
evenly matched than the score In
Summary of main game:
Bonney 2 LF 10 Schwab
Simran 7 F 14 Scott
Jackson 6 , Cl 2 Pettyjohn
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Halter 7 G
Gustafson 2 S
BLUEGE TO MINORS
- ST. PAUL, Jan. 6. (Presi
dent Robert Connery of the St.
Paul American association base
ball team tonight announced he
had concluded negotiations for the
purchase of Otto Bloege from the
Philadelphia National league club.
ART " . , ' STAN -.'
vs. rj-' '.".vs.-
ROBIN - TOMMY
ElEESED i HIgQeis
CRUM vs. ANDERSON
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LOWER FLOOR .: .S5C . ; Tickets at CUff Parker'av '
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CHURCH TEAMS 3
Temple ;BaptisV: Jason ; Lee!
And Lutherans Win In
: . Saturday Games
Two dose' games featured the
senior Sunday school league baa
ketball at the Y. M. C, A. Satur
day night Temple -Baptist nosed
out 'the ex-champion " Presbyter
ians 25 to 22 and the Jason Led
senior quintet won oyer the Tro
Jans from the same church, 1
to 10. , v ; ;
Featured. by a 23-point scoring
spree, by Ritchie, tha third game
was not so close, the Lutheranf
defeating South Salem ' Friends.
48 to 23. .
Lutheran (48) (23) Friends
Matthews 1 2 ..F- 6 Pemberton
Ritchie 23 UF 4 Laughlitt
Bahlburg 7 C 13 P Cammack
B.- Bush 2 ,G F. Cammack
StockweU 4 .-.G Sebum
Lee Trojans (10) (13) Jason Led
Block 4 -i-.F 4 Miller
Lapse hi ea 1 F. 7 Hesemant
Smith ; -,, f? - Baumgartner,
Duncan 4 ..... O - Watsott
Dourla 1 ; Q... Garnet
Presbyterians (22) (25) Temple
.F -11 Tucker,
H. Mohr 5 .
C 2 Chapel
JQ .2 Gulnn
FALLS CITY DIVIDE
INDEPENDENCE, J. 4.
Falls City and Independence high
schools' basketball teams split
rietories oh tao Independence
floor Thursday night.
The second team of Indepen
dence defeated Falls City's sec
ond team by a score of 27 to 12,
Ray Dunckel was high point .man.
Score at the half .was 17 to 10.
Independence - Falls City
R. Dunckel . ,.F...... Russell
O. Newton ....F Baaier.
Hanson C.... Ferguson
Syterson O...... Murphy
Beach .G. . . . . . Brown
Falls City's first team won
from the Independence first team
by a score of 28 to 16. Coach
Silke's combination was working
swiftly while i the Independence
boys couldn't seem to keep up.
Before .the game was orer the
whole Independence second string
had replaced the first.
Independence Falls City
Dunckel F Baker
Barclay F Zlerer
Lenhard ......C. ........ Teal
C.Carey .G.... McCuston
Newton 6.... Gutbridge
Referee, Elmer Beach.
SEATTLE, Jan. 6. (ff) The
University of Washington Huskies
made it two in a row orer the
University of Idaho Vandals here
tonight, trouncing the inraders,
31 to 25, In a high speed, hard
fought northern dirision Paclf ic
coast conference game. They led
at the half, 14 to 11.
Picking up where he left oft
last night in 1 which he scored
eight points during Washington's
first win of the series, 35 to 29,
Bob Galer, a , guard, shifted to
a - forward position tonight and
played sensational basketball. He
looped in six field goals and Ato
free throws to account for 17
points, more than Jhalf his team's
The Huskies took the lead at
the start, 4 to e, but Idaho short
ly tied it up and then went ahead,
4 to 4. Galer then sent the Hus
kies into the lead with a tree
throw and a field goal, after sev
eral minutes In which no scores
were made. The Huskies led the
rest of .the Way.
B.O.N. 8. DEFEATED
LA GRANDE, Ore., Jan. 4. ()
A sure-shooting band , of Boise
Junior- college ; basketball players
defeated the; 'inexperienced La
Grande Normal 'school team, 40
to zi, here last night.