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Bearcals Forced : to Hustle
' for One Point Margin;.
Game at S o'clock
The Llnfield College basketball
team, popularly styled "WlldcaU"
- is expected to live up to its name
when it meets the Willamette
university hoopers on the Willam-
- cite floor tonight In an effort to
spoil the championship hopes of
- the Bearcats which seem destined
to be realized this season.
A "few weeks ago the Willam
ette team invaded McMlnnvllle
and came away with a bare one
point margin of victory. While it
; was known beforehand here that
: the Bearcats were weakened for
that same by the ravages of In
fluenza and Coach pec" Keene
had some thought of sending the
undefeated freshmen against the
. Wildcats Instead of his regulars
Llnfield fans haven't taken t
They argue that the Wildcats
came wicnm iwo poime ui Duu
Willamette In that game a montn
. a ro' the Wildcats have Improved
markedly since then, and so vic-
torr here is almost a certainty,
That, at least, Is the report from
Even without discounting the
c f fects of "flu- on the Willamette
team at the time of the earlier
came, there Is something In the
Llnfield confidence, for Its team
defeated Pacific almost as decis
ively as did Willamette. The wua
rata have in Druse a capable cen-
.ter who ran up II points on the
nrta mt McMlnnvllle. Hostet
tier, a forward, and Holllnshead,
jrnard. were other ouiaianaing
i players- who are expected to shine
ein tonlxht. Warren Is Hostet-
ir mnnina- mate and Harris
i nim the other guard position.
. rvn tan of that, if the Willam-
.tu waii weakened for its
first game with Llnfleld, it is
none too good shape for tonight's
r frame here. Flesher. regular guard
:ha been kept off the floor by in
fection of the foot which was in
jured earlier In the season, and
will not be able to play, and
Scales has been 111 part of this
'week. . .
The game Is called for I o'clock
lions to bet
i. SWEATERS 1
Football awards will be formal
ity presented to JO members of
the U28 Willamette university
gridiron sauad at i the chapel ex
ercises today. '
- Piavura reeelvtnc sweaters are
.Reeve Betts. Rupert . Philpott,
; Charles Flock and Charles G11L.
' Those who already have been
.awarded sweaters and will receive
the certificate for a second or
i third year of participation are
Paul . Acker man, Oarnle Cranor.
i Charles DePoe, Clarence Emmons,
Curtis French, Foren Mort, Wil
liam Mumford. Wlllard Ruch,
" John Versteeg and Merle McMul-
Freshmen who will receive cer
tltlcates. entitling them to wear
the 'W" on attaining sophomore
- standing, are Percy Carpenter,
Wilburn Engelbretsen. Harry Hil
Us. Robert Hillia. Wayne Page
ad Peter -Rasmussen.
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MIAMI BKACH. Fla,, Feb. 14
ped through a stiff workout today, and Young Stribling, his opponent,
took it easy, Jaek Dempsey, the promoter, checked up on liis ticket
aalea for the fight on Feb. 27,
The Boston sailor stepped through three fast rounds with sparring
partners, skipped the rope and punched the heavy .baa; before a
crowd. . Previous to his workout Sharkey played a round of golf.
Stribling left the city for the day, accompanying his younger broth
or, Herbert (Baby) Stribling, to
The Georgian, however, will -be
would get back Into the ring for a workout and after a layoff featur
day, would be back, at work Sunday. , -
mm BECK GOES
Johnny Beck, ML Angel youth
who has been accorded the heavy
pitching assignments for the Sa
lem Senators for two seasons past,
will try out with the Portland
Beavers this year, according to
word from Portland.
Beck went to the San Francisco
Seals camp last year and made a
good showing for the yannigans,
pitching against the ex-blg lea
guers In the bay city batting or
der, but was released Just oerore
the training season ended. Trlncl-
nally because the Seals were plen
tifully supplied with veteran hea
vers. It was reported that Beck would
go to the Seals' camp again this
year, but the Portland report is
to the contrary. Beck pitched con
sistent ball for the Senators all
last season and was generally con
ceded to be ripe for a try at Coast
league'ball this year.
Fight For Title
Of Los Angeles
NEW YORK, Feb. 14 (AP)
The official welterweight cham
pionship of Los Angeles will be on
the block In Madison Square uar
den tomorrow night, a nation's
breadth away from the homes of
The two battlers, clever Jackie
Fields and Baby Joe Gans, negro
stylist, have traveled far to settle
a rivalry that began on the Pacific
coast some time ago when the
youngsters met and Fields eked
out a decision. Since then each has
traveled fast on a separate course.
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and announced that receipts to date
Melbourne, where he fights tonight.
back tomorrow, and announced he
CHEMAWA, Ore., Feb. 14.
(Special) The Willamette re
serves nosed Out the Chemawa In
dlans In a nlp-and-tuck basketball
tilt 1 here tonight that was any
body's game until the final gun
isounaea. lae neamuaa weit
Imlnns th uprrlces of Leaske.
stellar center, who was called to
Alaska today due to the illness of
Faber, Willamette forward, wa?
the outstanding star of the game
with 24 polntg to his credit. E.
George was high point man foi
the Indians with an even dozen.
. . Harmon
. 3 Carpenter
. 2 Marsters
. 1 Balderee
L. Vlvette 2 F.
E. George 12. . . .F.
Braveagle 7 C.
G. Meachem 3. . .G.
R. Peratrovich 4 . G .
Simmons S 2
Referee, Maison, Salem.
Three games of fast scrappy
basketball are scheduled for to
night on the Y. M. C. A. floor at
7:15 In the senior Sunday school'
tournament. The opener between
the Evangelical and First Metho
dist teams Is expected to provide
the thrills of the evening.
The Methodists are one of the
three teams tied for first place
while the Evangelicals have lost
only to the Presbyterians,, an
other leader. Other teams to play
are the Presbyterians re. Salem
Friends and Knight Memorial vs
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TWO DAYS 1EFT TO
It will be a tough time for
hardwood pins at the. Winter Gar.
den alleys today and tomorrow if
all-of the entrans In the "States
man derby finish their nine games
for the first round. Only 30 of the
60 who signed up had finished up
to Thursday night, although most
of the others had rolled part of
their games. Unless they finish
by Saturday night, they will be
eliminated from the competition.
The Pof tland Recreation alleys'
all star women's team will be In
Salem to meet the Hartman's team
of this city in the second round
of a home and home series, at 2
p.m. A special event for Sunday
night is a doubles match, Henry
Barr and Esther Tlbbets vs. Mert
Hemenway and Josephine Barr,
at 7 o'clock.
In the Business Men's league
play Thursday night, Fairmount
Dairy won two games out of three
from Montgomery Ward, and the
Salem Sanitary Dairy won three
straight from the Stiff Furniture
. Scores were:
. 729 725 677 2131
If oatfOMtry Ward
140 - -
3a Met t -Dnmlcr
. 176 174
43 760 847
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 14
(AP) Formation of a new state
baseball league, of class D propor
tions, to be used as a farm for
clubs of the Pacific coast league,
is practically . assured, for thfe
Wade "Red" Klllefer, president
of the San Francisco MJssions and
leader In the movement to es
tablish a new circuit, declared to.
day that three cities are ready to
sponsor clubs, while three are
considering the proposition.
. Swim Champions
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal.
Feb. 14 (AP)- Northwestern
University's swimming team today
defeated Stanford 34 to St.
The surprise of the tournament
was defeat of Captain Wally Col
bath, , of Northwestern, national
intercollegiate diving -champion,
by Eddie Throndson of Stanford.
The Stanford divers defeated the
Vorthwestern team, and took the
water polo contest 7 to 3. f
The Northwestern team is male.
iiir a tour of the "west.
WEftS a cutlass
AM M'LL COME BACK ZUJ'
j-tTWe moo6v ootcribc
treasure chest aw
IT IIS A MYSnCRlOOS
Has Sale of $164
At High School
Just 240 books were ' sold by
the high school book exchange in
the seven days it was maintained
for the convenience of - students,
Virginia Page who conducted it
for 'the student body reported
Thursday .afternoon, when affairs
of the exchange were being closed
up. The exchange handled $164,
$26 of which goes to the student
body treasury., Margaret Turner
will be "manager of the exchange
next year. Miss Page announced."
AM M IS EASY
VICTOR OVER GUESTS
AMITY, Feb. . 1 4. (Special )
Amity basketeers scored an.
other double header victory Tues
day eyening when they met Yam
hill on the local floor.
Yamhills girls went down be
fore the Amity team by a 12 to
The local boys walked over
Yamhill to the tune of 53 to 12
43Mln one of the most uninteresting
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46sfessea mis season.
Coach J. K. Cameron ran In the
entire Amity second string during
the game but even then Yamhill
was unable to check the rapid ad
vance of the local basket tossers.
The line-up was:
Woods F (2) Bell
Ft. Cobban 18) F Marquiss
Osborne (14) C RuEeel
F. Fournier, ( 2 2 ) O Mailing
Massey "o (2) RItches
Substitutes: Amity. L. Fournier
10. Williams. Dnchlan. rirarAl
Yamhill, Sager, 6, McCoy, Burton.
Hutt of Yamhill refereed both
The two game series that Salem
high school's basketball team will
play at Astoria tonight and Sat
urday night, will be an indicative
one as to the local quintet's pros
pects In the coming state tourna
ment. For one thing, Astoria is re
ported to have practically the
same team that It entered In laBt
rear's tournament 'when Salem,
Astoria and Tillamook were only
a couple of points behind Wash
ington high of Portland and Med-
ford, the finalists, in ability.
And for another, Astoria has
this season twice defeated Tilla
mook, which Is expected again to
be the representative of district
8. Tillamook, to add to the com
bination of "dope" which attends
Salem's series with Astoria, won
recently from Washington high.
which is expected to renresent
Black Cats Beat
DALLAS. Feb. 14. (Special)
The Dallas Black Cats basket
ball team, played against a team
from Monmmth Normal school
Tuesday night.- A -game was
scheduled with the Mohawks of
Portland, but they failed to eome
so the Monmouth team substitut
ed for them. The score was 64
to 26 in favor of Dallas.
GAMES AT ASTORIA
THAT H005BOATfe TUG. VEJRY
PLACE rVE BEEM LOOKIN FOR.
T& SLEEP rJtHTS . AS SOOM AS
THOSE KJD5 GET OUTO'THe.Wfitf
Meanwhile Construction of
American Cruisers Will
(Continued from Pajfe I.
believed to favor an immediate
conference, such as the United
States senate has gone on record
as favoring. An influential sec
tion of the "British press, however
has demanded that Britain reach
an agreement with the United
States on the problem of the free
dom of the seas, arguing that
Britain has everytnlng to gain
land little to lose by adopting the
Xew Coolklge Move
WASHINGTON. Feb. 14.
(AP) President Coolldge and
congress found themselves at odd
again today over when to start
the newly authorized cruiser ron
Early In the day the president
forwarded a budget recommenda
tion of $12,370,000 for beginning
work on five of the 15 cruiser?
and the airplane carrier during
the. next fiscal year, beginning
Within a few hours the senate
appropriations sub-committee cou
ldering the navy department ap
propriation bill voted to make
$700,000 of this fund available
for an immediate start on five cf
the cruisers during the current
fiscal year. Flye more ships
would be put under way then,
during the approaching fiscal
Action of Senate
This program follows the pro
visions of the time clause voted
Into the Cruiser bill over the pro
test of Mr. Coolldge. It stipula
ed that five cruisers should b
laid down this year, ending Juik
30; five the next, and five the fol
The program sent to congress
today by the president could havt
provided for only five cruisers up
to June 30, 1930. whereas the
course voted by the senate sub
committee sticks by the terms of
the bill to start ten. cruisers dur
ing that period.
While senators were busily en
gaged voting funds to aet an im
mediate start on the cruiser pro
gram reports trickled out frorr
the capitals of the other maritimi
nations today of new efforts tnt
another disarmament conference
Great Britain May
Intimations that Great Britain
would submit some proposal tc
tne United States for armament
limitations were received with in
leresi m oiriclal quarters bin
wuuuui comment.- it provoked
some close friends of Herbert
Hoover to state privately thai
they felt he would look favorably
uu an armaments conference
Some believed, he was prepared tr
msuiuie steps or Ms own for one
The original budget prograu
contemplated by the house nava
affairs committee for the cruise
construction called for an appro
i-i mi ion oi sis, 000,000 for the
iwcai year and $43,000,000 fo.
uie next year, beginning thh
The budget recommendatior
submitted today by President
vwuuso uiaae no vrAmrna -
this fiscal year and was taken hv
congressional leaders to mn
mat ne considered the whole pro
gram deferred one year.
However, the naval advot
refused to accede. Led by Chair
By Les For grave
TAKB IT ISASY
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man Hale of the senate naval com
mittee, and Senator,, Swanon, of
Virginia, ranking democrat of the
committee, the navy forces gained
an appropriation for an Immediate
start of the cruisers. '
The $12,370,000 recommenda
tion of the president was accept
ed by the committee " but it was
pointed out by some of the big
navy group that more funds may
be voted any time next year if
the money is deemed necessary
The appropriation still must
run the gauntlethowever, ml the
whole appropriations committee
of the senate and of .the house.
There have been rumors of a fight
to block .the -appropriations for
starting work on the cruisers
when the navy department sup
plyx bill comes before the senate,
but leaders believe they have the
votes to halt such a move.
MEXICO CITY. Feb.'14. (AP)
Flat charges were made at a
meeting of the mixed congression
al committee today that Gilberto
Valenzuela, presidential candidate,
and former minister at London,
is preparing a revolution against
the present Mexican government.
Deputy Gonzalo Santos brought
the charge before the meeting,
which had convened especially to
discuss the situation which has
arisen since the execution of Joee
De Leon Toral, assassin of General
Alvaro Obregon. Partisans of Val
enzuela, who is now in the state
of Sonora, denied Santo's state,
Santos accused the former min
ister of being "Captain General of
Cristeros." "Cristeros" being a
name applied to Insurgents In the
state of Jalisco who use the battle
crey, "Viva Crlsto Rey," (Long
live Christ King)."
Flax Film To Be
Shown at Rickey
RICKEY. Feb. 14. 8peclal)
wDr. David B. Hill will show mo
'n pictures of the flax Industry
if Che Salem district, at a meeting
U the Rickey schoolhouse Friday
olght at 8 o'clock. No admission
charge will be made.
KLAMATH INDIAN SENT
TO McNEIL, 3 YEARS
PORTLAND. Feb. 14. (AP)
sentence of three years at Mc
Veil Island was given Dean
George, 23 year old Klamath Falls
Indian today when he pleaded
Tullty to charges of manslaughter
n connection with the death of
Vrchle Barclay, beaten to death
The senate approved a menior
al Introduced In the house urging
congress to pass a bill by Senator
McNary reimbursing Theodore
Cnudson of Portland, for work
'one on the Reedsport-Scottsburg
ilghway. Approximately $10,500
Mrs. Alice Beaty. wife of V. C
Beaty, died Tuesday evening at
the home at 9 20 North Commer-
kial street at the age of 52 years.
Survived also by four children.
Mrs. Sibbie Chrlstensen of Port
land, Mrs. Llllle Hainowskl, Joe
Beaty and Carl Beaty, all of Sa
lem: one grandchild Jeanette
hristenson; her father, William
bowler of Wheatland: four broth
ers: John H. Fowler, an or
Wheatland; and Gus Fowler of
Jefferson, and six sisters: Mrs.
Amanda Elliott 'of Salem: Mrs.
Jennie Comer of Newberg. Mrs.
Sibbie Tandy and Mrs. Roae Rog
ers of Portland. Mrs. George
Jones of Beaver and Mrs. Norma
BIttner of Salem. Funeral ser
vices Friday at 3 p.m. from Rig-
don and Son s Mortuary under
auspices of Rebekah assembly. In
terment In I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Mrs. N. J. Burford. 85. died at
the home on Salem Heights Tues
day night. Survived by one daugh
ter, Mrs. A. B. Gardner, or Long
Beach, Calif., and one son, Frank
of Salem. Funeral services 2 p.m.
Friday from CIough-Hueton cha
pel with the Rev. Earl W. Cochran
in charge. Interment in l. o. o.
Too Late To Classify
APPL.B FPKCIAL, Northern ple.
SO. RSfi and 11.00 box: Grlrnea Gold
en. S5c vnr $1.00 x : TcHow New
towna. Tic. $1.10 and $1.25 box; Wag.
onera $1.15 box. Bring boxes.
FRRSH Kppte older dalr.
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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT . OF
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of "Marion, as Administratrix of
the estate of Henry A. Keene, De
ceased, and that she has duly
Qualified as such Administratrix;
all -persons having claims against
the esUte of said aeceaent are
hereby notified to -present the
same, duly verified, o me,' at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, my
attorney;, 203 Oregon Building,
Salem, Marion ; County, Oregon,
within six months from the date
of this notice. - '
Dated ? at Salem, v Oregon, this
lith day, of February, 1J2. :
E VALINE! E. KEENE, ,
Administratrix of ; the Estate of
Henry Ai . Keene, Deceased:
RONALD C, GLOVER. . -
-Attorney for Administratrix,
LINDlf OFF OUT
Yankee Flying Ace Emulates
Herbert Hoover in Seek-
ing Quiet .
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"MIAMI. Fla., Feb. 14. (AP)
Emulating President-elect Hoo
ver's example to get away from
the; strain of crowds and business
affairs. Colonel Charles A. Lind
bergh this'-afternoon became a
fisherman for half a day.
During a 24 hour period the.
flier had had a strenuous time,'
ending a return flight. from Pan-
ima with the Inaugural ai
a 1 I . . . i .
of a stranded airmen and as a
result slept late this morning.
With J. M. Eaton, traffic man- ,
ager of the Pan-American air
ways, for which the Colonel Is
technical adviser, Lindbergh took
a boat and sailed out beyond, the
breakers for a quiet angling ses
sion. He had a dinner engagement
with the president-elect who is
his next door neighbor.- and this
made the fishing trip 'necessarily
Today Xindbergh made a state
men about his engagement to ,
Vflss Anne Morrow, daughter of
the American ambassador to Mex
ico. Characteristically terse,' it
was that he believed . "the an
nouncement is sufficient acknow
ledgment of the engagement.'
Ari'. f. nd I.
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Oregon Kmc, Hood River .......2.4i)
Yellow Newtowas '
Bananai, . .01
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Dromedary. 36 1O01 ptfv..... S.TS
Bulk Iiallowai, lb .IS
Cona'a Pitted. ea 4 75 .
Grapefruit, Aril, rasa 4.50
rlorida, case S.00
lomb toney. near crop 4.75fii.50
emona, La I. O.aurgT.uu
Art:choka. dot - 40
Peaa. Oalif. lb . 18
(iraen baant, Calif. , , 23
KadJaaaa. Calif CO
Haarta, coa. bunehaa '
California, erata 0. 00
Spinach. Calif, lb. 10
GeMen .. Delinoui .(4
Daniah, lb 04
Hubbard, lb 04
Carroll, local, aark, lb 03
California, crate 3.50
Cauliflower, Calif, crate 1.60
Bunched vegctablei. per aoi. bunchea
Bel 400 80
Local. Barbanka 1.10
Yak. Genu X. 3 l.tO
Klamath Falla - l.S
Sweet potatoea 07
Garlie, lb 25
Peppera, Florida, green, lb,- 40
lomatoea, Mexican lug 3.2.1
T.ocal bothouae alandarda
No. l'a - 5. SI
Ko. 2 a 4.00
Boiling, local 4.00
Lettuce, Imperial Taller, erate 2.75aa.M
Khubarb, Watb. crate .. 8.00.2.75 t2. 00
faif meal. 35 Ilia l.J
Dairy feed, ton 48 00
fccratrh. ton ,., 50
'orn, whole, ton '
Cracked and groan .47.00
Mill riin. ton 84.00
tran, ton .'. $4.00
tt 1 uaah -. 80.04
With aailk :5.06
Vegetable! and Truita
uraipr. cwt. .
On lone. cwt. .
Paraalpi, lb. .
Cabbage, cwt .....
Applea. rare and fllle6.
Hearlea i .......
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Entterfat ... '
Wlieat, weatera red, bm
Oata. gray ba. . . , ;
bite, ba. ....
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Veal, good .10 0.13
Bulla, cool . 075.0
Hoga. top ...... 104
HeaTT 8owa O7.07'.
Spring Laoiba 1 3
Kwea, top j 0e
Hogs, top ..;. ... .... ,- ,14
Veal, top ' "
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PORTLAND. Ore Psb. 14-(A
Bard white 81.68: soft whtU 8123:
weatarm white fl.23; hard winter 81.20;
nerthera . apring 10: western red,
Oata. - K: X IS- in. white, fav.uv.
herley. Ke. -: 345 lb. B. -W 838.00;
earn, Ka, S - eastern yellow, shipment
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PORTLAND, Ore., Tab.
14. (AP) .
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