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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
SIX TEAMS EH1ED IN FIRST
HIGH, SALEM AND ALBANY BEST
utive forward, waa the feature, scoring
a number of clever shots. Marshfield
was wild the first half, but held La
Grande even in the final period, the
game ending 31-21.
La Grande Gharrity (9) and Stod
dard (12), forwards; Proctor (4), cen
ter; KwettetO and Thietan. guards.
Marshfield Johnson (4) and Mc-I
U pat off to-day's daty nntO to
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MADS BY SCOTT BOWNR
Overmire Steel Consfruclioa Co-
Cincinnati, O., Mar. 5. Manager
Pat Moran with a squad of players
of the Champion Cincinnati National
league baseball club boarded a train
We hare in stock r. r '
CHAXXELS, from to 15 tachesT t 7,
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ivci.rc 9.01 I . . P to 80 fon i .
Ginnis (2), forwards: Chapman (13),
center; Gregg (2) and Kreiter, guards.
here this morning for Miami, Fla.,
where spring t raining will begin
All the players will join the team
at camp early next week, some going
there directly from their homes.
lo 0 to,
V. M. PLATES, 8 to 34 tm-hesl " foot I
38 TAJfK. FLANGE STEEL and MAWXE 8?S? 'WM
Salrm 45; Astoria IS.
Ashland 24: Medford 11.
Forest Grova 29; The Dalles $
Lincoln 52; Rainier 1.
Albany 35; Madras 19.
La Grande 31; Marshfleld 21
forwards; R. Young (10), center:
Spangland and Crosswright, guard.
Ma rsl ifleld Eliminated.
La Grande defeated Marshfield in
the last and most exciting game of the
evening. Stoddard. La Grande's dimin
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Ashland. Forest Grove. Lincoln. Al
bany, La Grande and Salem high
schools were winner in the preliminary
games of the state championship bas
ketball tournament tn the armory yes
terday, and will compete In the semi
finals this afternoon beginning at 2
p. m. i
Although thai' scores in yesterday's
gHnies were lop-sided In some cases,
nil the games wsre hard-fought, and
variety in steles of piay kept the long
session from becoming tiresome. Four
games were played in the evening, the
Al.irHh field team coming in at o'clock
to pair off with La Grande.
Three Fuvoritcs Loom,
From yesterday's results the flnur
victory seems to lie between Albany,
Hiilem and Lincoln, but any of yester
day's victors may spring a surprise
this afternoon. Interest in tile tourna
ment is Increasing and yesterday's
l;in;e crowds will undobtcdly be sur
passed today. The spectators last night
were enthusiastic, cheering every good
il:iy and usually favoring the losing
Kalem hliih got a good start In the
first afternoon game, and by clever
floor work and shooting scored 32-7
the first half against Astoria. In the
wcond ncriod Astoria tightened up
und held ttalem almost even but could
not reduce the le.id. the final score be
ing 45-ls. Hhoefer and E. Gill were
Kulcm's tars. Carlson und Harrison
Halem highA. Gill (10) and Shae
fur 114), forwards; iioise (S, center;
i'j. 0111 IK), and Ashby (2), guarui,,
)t:inilall (;t) and Ktaley. subs.
Astoria 'high Tennant (3) and
Carlson (6), forwards; Iluiihtirt
center; Anderson and Youtz. guards;
Harrison (5 ) sub. ' "
V-diliiiid 1 let in MccKon!.
Ashland defeated Medford 24-11 In
a slow contest. Neither team seemed
ublu to shoot konslUMttly, and the
only interesting feature was that the
woi's was practically ewm for ubout
two-thirds of the game. The half end
ed seven till, ltryaut of Ashland was
the outstanding player.
Ashland Bryant (14) and Provost
l Si, forwards; .McMillan, center,
T.iung t2 and (lutlirlc, guards.
' Medford Coleman (7) and Smltn,
forwards; Lucas (li), center; Klter
wood (2) and Payne, guards. '
Jtefeiet"" Wapato. . ,"'
I'oi'chI Grovo Winner.
The first evening contest between
Forest Grove and Tho Dalles develop
ed Into a wild scramble, both teams
Kii.'irdlng well, and being bo near equal
that teamwork as at a minimum. The
Dalles led 12-10 at the half, but For
est Grove camo back strong, winning
29-19. lluniburg scored 14 points for
Forest .Grove. Ziegenlingen and
Wright showed up woll for'the eastern
Forest Grove -Humburg (14) and
Clark (0), forwards; Kisory (7), cen
ter; Putton (2) and Adams, guards.
The Dalles Ziegenhngon (7) and
Maun (2), forwards; Wright (8), cen
ter; Carlson and Young (2), guards
Itef eree - a pat o.
Mncoln Has Walk-nwsy.
Lincoln scored at will on ltalnler
Ketling 34 points the first half and
allowing the coast team but one point
n a free throw. Lincoln passed and
Hhot baskets 'In perfect form, and
nhowed themselves a dangerous con
tender for the title, which they won
hist year. Cole and Wright were the
most accurate shots.
Lincoln Heck (8) und LegRltt (10)
rorwarus; wrlght (10), center; Colo
18) and Steffens, guards; Mlchae and
Kalnler Jessie and lierk, forwards;
j'.ius, center; Holloway (8) and Gulker
Runrds; Burer (8) and Veulch. subs.
Iteferee-Hleorge IVwey of Portland,
Aiminy Also Wins.
Albany showed that they will be In
at the finish by defeating the strong
mauras quintet 35-19. Madras ulaved
ft (food fighting game but were unuble
to connect with the loop. Moore of
,Aitany scored 21 points, mostly on
long shots. R. Young and Cross
wrlght ployed well for Madras.
Albany Moor (21 and Reeves (4)
jorwaras; wniard (8), renter; Binaard
una witkeson (2), guards.'
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