The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 18, 1934, Page 6, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
Th OREGON STATESMAN, Safari. Oregon, Thursday Morning; January 18, 1934
amette
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Wins From Norma! in Thrilling Game,
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Gym , at Independence is
Packed for Contest
Last Night
MONMOUTH. Jan. 17. Wil
lamette defeats Oregon Normal
school In a thriller basketball
game of the season in an overtime
period. Pettys and Burdette with
one field goal each as against
Kitchen's field goal and Benja
min's i foal decided the contest.
'Willamette led off with a free
throw and field goal before the
' Wolres got going; both teams
missing many shots. Benjamin
looped a long one to start the
Wolves scoring. Lemon scoring
'the next field goal for Willamette.
Benjamin got away with a coun
ter. Ts tad entered the game at
this time for , the Wolves, and
looped a field goal right off the
reel. In a mixup nnder the Wolves'
basket Averill picked up a connt
- er. Here the Wolves took the lead
on one noint onlv to hold it for a
minute. Frantz immediately tied
up the score.
Burdette got a foul, taking the
, lead away from the Wolves just as
,whistle ended the half, Willam
ette 9, Wolves 8.
Second half: Kloostra plucked a
hot field goal. Hartley came right
back to take a four-point lead over
the Wolves. Benjamin came back
with ; a sweeping field basket;
Kitchen scored a point for foul.
.Ashby scored on a- foul. Kloostra
came back with two points gained
on free throws. Averill potted a
field goal: came right back and
tipped in a second one to put the
Wolves again in the lead. Pettys
returned the fire to shoot Willam
ette aeain into the lead. Connors
for Willamette got a field goal.
Averill for Wolves - scored two
points -from foul. Connors scored
a free throw. Ashby scored a free
throw. Burdette a free throw. Con
nors nets a field goal. Pettys an
'nexed a two-point counter. Benja
min made two points. Kitchen
looped a long field basket. Burrel
picked a set up to tie the score at
25 all. Kloostra mised a setup to
win game for Willamette.
On overtime period of three
minutes Pettys scored first field
goal. Benjamin annexed a free
throw for Wolves. Burdette sank
a basket. Kitchen looped a quick
two-point counter. Game ended
29-23 in favor of Willamette.
A huge crowd filled the Inde
pendence, high school gym to ca
pacity. Lineups:
Willamette Wolves
Hartley 4 ..... F .... 9 Benjamin
Frantz
F.
Phillips
Kloostra 8 . .
Lemon 2. . .
Burdette 4 . .
Pettys 4
Connors 7 . .
.C.
.8 Averill
.G 2 Ashby
.G.
.s.
.s.
5 Kitchen
2 Ystad
2 Burrell
Official, Maple.
The preliminary game between
Oregon Normal second team and
Independence town team resulted
In 19-to-16 victory for Normal.
PACIFIC COLLEGE IS
MONMOUTH. Jan. 7. The
Oregon Normal school's quintet
captured a victory ffom Pacific
college here yesterday afternoon,
39 to 25. Coach Wolfe started the
game with his reserves, using
them entirely through the first
half, which furnished a nip and
tuck contest, the half ending 10
to 8 for Monmouth. Pacific led In
scoring at first, with a field goal
by Putnam and one by S. Sandoz.
Then the Wolves took the lead.
In the second half Wolfe used
his veteran squad. Benjamin. Av
erill, Phillips, Ashby and Kitch
en, who soon ran the score to a
high margin. A combination of
veterans and reserves carried on
In the final quarter.
Lineups:
Pacific Wolves
C. Sandos 2 F 2 Mackay
Welch 3. F Gustafson
P. Sandox 5 C 9 Leonard
Putnam 7 G Clarke
Coffin G 6 Burrell
Scarborough ..S 8 Phillips
Green 2 S 2 Ashby
Bush 6. ..8 Benjamin
S. . 2 Averill
S ..2 Webb
IEWP1K SPLITS
PAIR OF 6AMES
In a game played at Mill City
Monday night Tew Park was de
feated 46 to 29. Baltimore scored
16 points for the winners:
Lineups:
. Mill City Tew. Park
F. Mason 12.-. ..F. ..... T'Craig
F.Maravecl0..F....'.. H Kim
Seims6........C... 4 Parrish
Baltimore 16.... G....; 6 .Lewis
" Klrby 2 G . . . . v . . Sischo
S. . . . . 2 Helser
TeW Park's quintet defeated
Anrasville high school Tuesday
'night, 45 to 26. The game was
fairly even in the first half bnt
the Tew Parkers pulled ahead in
the second halt and kept a big
lead. Kimple led the scoring with
17 points. ; '
Yew Park - Anmsvllle
Craig 10.'..... .F 4 Foster
Kimple 17.... J.F..... 4 Prank
j Sischo 4 ...... ..C. ..... 6 Ogle
Lewis 10.. g. ; 4 . 6 Morgan
r Helser 4.. G... . 5 Hendry
' ' ' - S w . 1 Starr
' Tew Park Is desirous of ob
taining more tames. Donald Kim
ple, 1226 Leslie street, is mana
'i ger and will answer all communi
; cations about matches. ?
BEATEN NORMAL
Santiam League
Game Found Tie;
To be Replayed
The Santiam basketball league
which was apparently thrown into
a four-way tie last week when
Stayton was presumed to have de
feated Gates, was untied again
when a recheck showed that the
game ended in a tie. The game
will be re-played at Gates, Jan
uary 29. Standings are:
W. L. Pet.
Gates 2 1 .667
Mill City ... 4 2 2 .500
Turner 2 2 .600
Stayton 1 2 .333
61 CUSS FHS
IT
Basketball teams captained by
Emory Hobbs and Paris Winslow
will play tomorrow for the gym
class basketball championship of
the high school.
Over 200 boys have taken part
in the tournament. The gym
classes played a round-robin ser
ies to decide the best team in
each class, -and the five winners
are now playing an elimination
tournament to decide the school
championship.
Three games have been played
to date with the "Windbags"
(Winslow's team) and the Hobb
nails - (Hobb's team) wading
through all opposition. The line
ups for the : first three games
were:
First game:
Hobbnails 29 ts. 5 He-Men
Kertson 9 F 1 Caldwell
Brown 2 F Stupfel
Oyer 10 .....C;. 2 Herman
Mattesoh 2 G Goodrich
Hobbs 6 , G 2 Holloway
Second game:
Windbags 27 . vs. 8 Flowers
Quesseth ;2 : F 3 Griffith
Van Orsdol F 3 Fowler
Macklin 1 C. 2 Earl
Winslow 14 G Buswell
Kahler G Curry
S Esplin
Third game:
Hobbnails 17 vs. 15 Wadders
Kertson 4 F 6 Broer
Brown F Randall
Oyer 7 C 9 Waddell
Matteson 2 G Banta
Hobbs 4 ...... ,....G Lindbeck
Referee, Sol Maizels.
DARTMOUTH GETS
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NEW YORK, Jan. 17.-()-
Breaking a tradition that has
stood for 33 years, Dartmouth to
day cast aside its graduate foot
ball coaching system by selecting,
as its new head coach, Earl Henry
(Red) Blaik, for the past seven
years the backfield coach and
acknowledged "master mind" of
West Point's gridiron forces.
Simultaneous an announcement
was made by the Dartmouth ath
letic council at Hanover, N. H.,
and New York that Blaik has beeu
signed to a two year contract
along with Harry O. (Fats) El
linger, Army's noted line coach,
and Andrew Gustafson of Pitts
burgh, one Of Jack Sutherland's
aides, as backfield coach.
Blaik succeeds Jackson L. Can
nell, former Dartmouth quarter
back, who- has been head coach
for the iast five years and the
last of a long line of noted grad
uate coaches, including the late
Major Frank Cavanaugh, Clarence
(Fat) Spears and Jesse Hawley.
Blaik's home is in Dayton,
Ohio, where he is in business
with his father. He went to West
Point after attending Miami
(Ohio) university. Ellinger enter
ed the academy from Harrisburg,
Pa., starred at guard on the 1922
24 teams and later was an assist
ant coach under Captain John J.'
McEwan at the University of Ore
gon before returning to West
Point.
TO PLAY TONIGHT
The second round of the Ma
jor City-T. basketball league
schedule wlllhe started tonirht
bnt the Pade's vs. Parker's strag
gle which featured the opening of
the first round, will - havA in h
delayed this time because Pade'a
is on a Barnstorming trip into
eastern Oregon and Idaho.
Willamette Freshmen and "Val
ley Motor V-8. wlll start the ev
ening's hostilities at 7 o'clock on
the Parrish gym floor, and the
Willamette Cardinals and Kay
Woolen Mills will play at 8, in
stead of at 9 as called for on the
schedule. All of these teams
have speeded np recently and
some tight games are anticipated.
Pade's and Parker's will play
at a later time, as the sole
attraction on some other night
than Thursday.
Bluebirds Win
From Parrish Owls
The Bine Birds won a hard
fought basketball game from the
Owls, 10 to 9, at Parrish Wed
nesday noon.
Linen ps:
Bine Birds
Kenfield 6
Owls
. 1 Doerfler
. 1 Johnson
3Briggs
2 Watanabe
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Lindstrom 2 G
.... 2 Rollins
Referee, Mason; umpire. Hot
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Genoa Goliath to Defend Title
From Tommy Loughran
On February 22
NEW TORK, Jan. n.-ifp)-OM
over - sized shipment of heavy
weight champion Prlmo Camera
was deposited upon New Tork's
shores today as the fistic cauldron
sizzled and bubbled in expectation
of an old-fashioned revival.
"Ho ho," roared the Genoa Go
liath as he stomped down the
gangplank of an Italian liner. "I
feex the Tommy Loughran quick.
I knock him out ten founds sure."
Thus did the grinning cham
pion bare his walrus tusks and get
to the very heart of the opening
business of the day. He fights
Loughran 15 rounds in Miami,
Fla., February 22. Tomorrow he
plans to start training his 272
pounds of bulk down to a "modest
253 or thereabouts.
He was full of ginger, optimism
and lack of respect for Loughran,
whom he said he had seen fight
three times and still couldn't see
as a dangerous heavyweight. He
developed other minor troubles
early to add to bankruptcy court
complications that await him.
His large American automobile,
which accompanies him on his
trans-Atlantic voyages, was with
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vering the vehicle off the boat and
onto the deck he pinned to a wall
a newspaper man who was trying
to direct the proceedings, ripped
his clothes, frightened him speech
less but did not Injure him other
wise.
To add further to the minor
complexities, his American mana
ger, Bill Duffy, failed to appear at
the pier, and since the fighter's
Italian manager, Louis Soresi,
stayed behind in Italy, Camera
bumped his way hazardously
around until docked safely, final
ly, in a hotel.
SILVERTON, Jan. 17 With
the third decisive winning added
to Silverton high school basket
ball scores at the Lebanon game
Tuesday night, Silverton will go
to Newberg Friday night with a
determination to make it the
fourth winning of the season. To
date, Silverton has no losses, with
winnings over Woodburn, West
Linn and Lebanon to her credit.
There are sever more games
to be played at home. These are
Tillamook, Salem, Newberg, Leb
anon, Woodburn, Chemawa and
Milalla.
Two games recently added to
the schedule are those with Til
lamook, the home game falling on
March 10, and the game to be
played there, on February 24.
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SALEMliHT
Collegians Offer Threat to
Red and Black
Squad
The Salem high school basket
ball team seems destined to bump
np against defeat for the first time
this season when it plays the
Rooks of Oregon State college to
night in the Salem high gym. Ter
mination of the red and black's
series of victories has, however,
been forecast before and has not
come to pass, and the Rooks may
fall victim to their marksmanship
as have other highly touted
teams.
The Rooks are more or less a
dark horse outfit, with only two
players who appeared in the state
tournament here last and those
two from Corvallis high, Torger
son and Ruzek; names of some
of the others sound familiar; one
or two have played In past tour
naments and then, presumably,
stayed out of school a year or so.
The Rooks' lineup in recent
games has been Tergerson and
Hoover forwards, Kibbe center,
Deming and Tuttle guards with
Ruzek and Kappel getting first
call as reserves. Tuttle was high
point man against Albany col
lege.
Salem high tonight will be more
nearly at full strength than in
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any recent game, with Brownell
and Salstrom back In the harness
after Illness and injury, respect
ively, had kept them inactive for
some time. However, Coach Hoi
lis Huntington is expected to start
the five men who have been
working together In the last sev
eral games: Winter mute and
Roth forwards, Peters center, De
Jardin and Engel guards.
KANSAS GOLFER
S, 62 CARD
SANTA MONICA, Cal., Jan. 17.
-(iT'J-Shooting one of the great
est competitive rounds in the his
tory of the ancient and honor
able game of golf, Harold Mc
Spaden of the Quivera Lake Golf
Club, Kansas City, Kans., turned
in a 62 individual card today to
win the Santa Monica amateur
pro championship.
McSpaden's amazing score for
the 6151 yard clover field muni
cipal course, plus the contribu
tion of a stroke by his amateur
partner, Don Erlckson,' Los An
geles public links player, gave
them a 61 to win the title, 10
strokes better than par. Victory
gave to McSpaden 6200.
After his remarkable round, the
25 - year - old Jay hawker won the
driving contest, an additional fea
ture of the tournament, to pick
up $40 more prize money.
His best individual drive was
301 yards and his average for
three balls was 278 yards, 1 foot,
8 inches.
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DEFEATS AMITY 5
MONMOUTH. Jan. 17 Mon
mouth high school's quintet de
feated Amity high here last night
26-8 In a close, hard battle de
spite the uneven score. Monmouth
led off with two field goals and
a free throw. Duchien scored the
only counter for Amity in the
first quarter. In the second quar
ter Monmouth scored three points
holding Amity scoreless until
about one-half minute before end
of the half when Reed, Amity's
tall center, looped a nice basket.
In the second half Wilson and
R. Snider sank two counters each
for Monmouth, ending scoring for
third quarter, and advancing
Monmouth's lead by 8 points,
while Amity was checked. The
final quarter featured a close
checking contest, Monmouth se
curing only three points while
Amity annexed two. The Amity
boys used a guarded, watchful
checking system, but Monmouth's
strong five-man defense forced
the visitors to resort to long
range shooting which kept them
off the score-board, while Mon
mouth lads connected with some
long shots and took advantage of
repeated quick breaks under the
basket. Wilson of Monmouth was
high pointer with 10.
Linups:
Amity Monmouth
Duchien 2......F. ... 10 Wilson
Massy. F.. 2 A. Snider
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S... 2 L. Wilson
Official: Benjamin, Oregon
Normal. v
In a preliminary game. Amity,
high school girls easily took a 20.
7 victory from Monmouth high
girls. .-
Gym Class Hoop
Tourney Slated
To Close Friday
Thirtyslx gym class basketball
teams started a tournament reV
cently and early this week the
number had been whittled down
to five. The championship finals
will be played Friday;
Breakfast Club
Team Plays Scio
Twill be a case of the stepchild
challenging the skill of his fostes
parent when Scio Athletic club's
volleyball team meets, the Break
fast club- on the Salem Y. , court
Friday night.: Last winter' the Sa
lem. group organized the Scio
team and Instructed its members
in the intricacies of the game
Now comes the squad from Scio
a small bnrg which boasts a gen
nine athletic club and a numbed
of genuine athletes, proclaiming"
to one and all that It can defeat
its mentors at their own game.
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