Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 15, 1934, Page 4, Image 4

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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUOT, MEDFORD, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1934.
Double Main Event Wrestling Card at Medford Armory Tonight 4
IE.
GRIMES.
HANSEN, BROOKS
TO SHOW WARES
HOW DOES THE ARM FEEL, CARL?
A double main event wrestling card
will be staged at the armory tonight
by Promoter Mack LI I lard with the
probability that local fans will see
come highly entertaining muscle
mangling. Lob Grimes, Australian,
who put on a great show here a week
ago against Les Wolfe, will tangle
with Mcdford'a pride, Fireman Ray
Friable, and the fracas should be one
tat the book. Grimes has a bag full
of unorthodox tricks and, In addition.
la a temperamental matman who gets
plenty rough when the going u bard.
Friable Is big enough and rough
nougb to give the Australian lots of
action and has no compunction
about dishing out punishment when
K foe wants to "play that way." They
will wrtstle one hour or two out of
three falls. Swede Anderson, also a
Medford fireman, will referee.
In the other half of the bill,
Oharlle Hansen, colorful Seattle
heavyweight, will face Rocky Brooks,
Canadian strong man, In an hour's
grapple. Brooks refereed here last
week and made a big hit with the
cash customers. He has tremendous
strength and Is fast and aggressive.
He la able to break holds by sheer
power and, according to advance no
tices, should give the Seattle star
plenty of trouble.
To whet the appetite of the ticket
holders, Promoter Ltllard has signed
up a pair of amateur light heavies,
Ira Towne and Henry Ounter of
Grants Pass, who will stage a pre
'limlnary match of three three -minute
rounds. These boys are fast ant
have a good knowledge of the game
Seats tonight will be sold on a
flrst-come-flrst-served basis, with
one price for any place in the house
zcept that two sections will be re
served for late comers or those who
have purchased their tickets early.
The curtain raiser Is scheduled for
0:10. .
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w- K A
winier to the contrary, baseball It In the air. When Bill Terrv
(left), manager of the New York Qlante, called hie men to Miami
Beach, Fla., hit first concern waa the condition of Carl Hubbell. south
iow who did much to bring the Glantt a world championship last year.
soelated Press Photo)
" According to Bud Conlln, an effort
KtU be made to organize theMed
lord Merchants' baseball team for
the coming season with the proapeot
that Medford will have two teams
this year, Hal Balght having previ
ously tentatively announced that he
would line up the Modrord Mer
ohants again.
Oonlln's idea is to form a , league
with the two Medford teams, Oranta
Pass and either Hilt or Yreka, giving
Medford a baseball game every Sun
day. . Several playera have been working
out on Van 8coyoo field lately, ac
cording to Conlin, and he declarea
he has promises from Hoosler Hof
ferd, Johnny Christian, Jack Hughes,
Ivan Harrington, Virgil Swanson,
Luke Lang and Harry Dunn of Med
ford, and Chief McLean and Eddie
Jonas of AaV.lsnd to perform on his
team.
. The Merchants will work out Bun
day at 9 p. m. on Van flcoyoo field
and Conlln Is anxious for any other
baseball talent to come out and show
their wares.
A Strong Man
hi
pa
ROCKY BROOKS, Canadian strong
man, who meets Charlie llanttpn ot
Seattle In main event wrestling
match at the armory tonight,
OWlflDIN
,: BAKBB, March 18. WV-Pat 0-Day
of Baker pounded out a well earned
deolxlon over Pastor Cslope, Portlsis
Filipino. Wednesday night In the ID
round msln event of a bovlng pro
(rem that was featured by two clear
cut knockouts and a technical kayo.
They wnlghed 131 pounds.
Bleepy Blound of Portland put a
quick finish to his flht with Kddle
Murphy of Bsker by knocking Bddle
out in the second round of their
scheduled alx-round teml-flnal. Wsl
ter Blackwell of Bsker, 143, knocked
out Billy Wyatt of Halfway in the
tcond round ot their scheduled four
round preliminary. ,
SONS 1934 HOOP SEASON
AMONG BEST ON RECORD
The Southern Cregon Normal
"White Elephants" In their second
year under the tutelage of Coach
Howard Hobson have Just completed
the most outstanding season of bas
ketball in the long history of the
school. Starting this year with a
comparatively green team, composed
of all freshmen and sophomores with
only two veterans, the team lost series
to Oregon State and Multnomah club
In December during the holiday pe
riod. During the regular season that fol
lowed, the team won 18 straight vic
tories without losing a single game.
Most of the games were won by large
scores, with all of the 10 squad men
seeing action.
Among the victims that lost two
games each were Multnomah club,
Chlco State, House of David, Albany
College, Humboldt State ftud others
The team averaged 45 points a game
probably the highest scoring team
of college rank on the coast this year.
Several opposing college coaches
toward the end of the season named
the SONS as the largest and best
team they had seen during the year.
Howell, 0 foot 8 Inch forward. Brad
way, 0 foot 6 Inch center and Patter
son. 6 foot 3 Inch forward, claim more
reach than any other Ario of stars In
this section at least. These three
N CAGE TOURNEY
State Title Play Next Week
to See Strongest Teams
in Years, Is Word From
Sponsors at Willamette
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY, SA
LEM, March 15. With hopes of a
state basketball championship in tho
air. 16 selected basketball teama from
all over the state will converge here
next Wednesday for the 15th annual
state high school basketball tourna-
rr . f " i4i
Lv tU,
couple of faat, sharp-shooting guards,
made an Ideal combination. Howell,
Patterson and Yandle averaged more I
than 30 points a game through the
aeaaon.
During the last two years, only one
team has been able to win a series
from the SONS. Oregon State won
two games at Corvallla during the
first week of the season. The team
last yesr that, among others, won from
University of Oregon and Willamette
decisively, gave Oregon two star play
ers Wlllard and Budd Jones who
were Instrumental in placing their
team second thin year in the northern
division of the coast conference.
Ev.y one of the stars of this year's
SONS team are eligible for either two
or three yeara of coast conference
competition and It Is believed that
several of them will advance next
year.
Those earning awards this year were
Ward Howell, Ashland; Charles Pat
terson, Portland: Len Yandle, Port
land, and Lyle Reeder, Ashland, all
second year award winners. Those
winning the award for tho first time
aro Bill Courtney, Portland: Bob
Braddock. Portland: Truxton Pore
man. Salem: Harold Bradway, Eugene:
Oliver Hughes, Medford, and Bud
Llndley, Medford. Three of the boys,
Courtney, Braddock and Patterson,
were on Hobson's teams at Benson
Polytechnic school, Portland.
boys, with Yandle and Courtney,
RONS Individual Scoring Record Basketball, 11)34.
Player
Howell
Yandle ..
Patterson
Courtney .. ,
Bradway
Braddock
Huthea
Llndley
Foreman
Reeder .......
Substitutes .
O.
34
31
34
. 35
38
35
Id
- 10
31
.. 18
. 14
Totsls ..,
Tcom Ave. Per Game -.
Opponenta' Totals ..'
Opp. Ave. per Game ...
FG FT pf Tl.
Ill 85 64 387
103 38 13 333
83 38 38 303
48 13 17 100
40 8 31 P3
34 18 10 88
33 1 7 48
IB 8 8 43
14 10 6 38
15 7 17 S3
10 0 8 30
485 188 103 1158
18.7 7.3 7.4 44.5
384 110 305 878
10.0 4.3 11.8 38.
SONS Season Record, Basketball 1034. 83
(Won 31, lost 8. Pet., .808.) " 88
SONS 47 Medford Texaco 33 ' 44
" 48 Grants Psss All Stars 10 43
" 30 Multnomah Club .... 30 M 45
" ' 38 Multnomah Club 37 " 47
" ' 87 Columbia Unlv 33 " 45
31 Multnomah Club 36 45
" 30 Oregon 8tate 71 " 37
SO Oregon State ... 40 " 48
" 80 Rrmeburg Spencer . ao 44
" 83 Roeeburg Spore, 34 48
" 88 CCO All Stars 11 43
40 McCloud Ath. ClUU 3S
" 48 Ashlsnd Indep'ts 4 " 1158
K. P. Waldorfs
Humboldt Stab) ,
Humboldt Statu ...
Multnomah Club .
Multnomah Club .
Mlkulak'a 8tara
House of Dsvld .
House of David
So. Ore. Spartana.
Albany College
Albany College .
Chlco State ,
Chlco 8tat6 .
Game
Avg.
13
11
8.4
4.4
lU
3.8
a.
3.7
in
l.B
1.4
Four-Year Basketball Coarhlng Record.
(Won 88, lost 18. Pet. 837.)
School
Benson ...-
Benron
So. Ore. Normal
So. Ore. Normal
Year
. 1031
. 1033
. 10.19
. 1034
pown from Trail Dave Pence of
the Trsll district wsa a business call
tt la Mediort Thursday.
Totala t
Football Record (Two Yeara do.
Ore, Normal)
(Von 10, lost S, tied 1. Pet., .760)
W. L. T. PO.
1033 4 1 1 .800
1033 8 10 .780
10 8 ti .783
Won from Pacific University. Chlco
StaU, Humboldt State. Kastern Ore
Ron Normal- 'lied California Aggie.
Lost to Monmouth. Won from Pa
cific university, Marin Junior College.
Monmouth, Kastern Oregon Norma),
Oregon Froah, Oregon State Fresh
men. Lost to Willamette and Oregon
State.
Ila.ehall Record (I Team tlenon)
(Won 33, lost 8. Pet., .733)
W. L. PC.
1031 10 .867
W.
93
35
18
31
1033
L.
8
3
8
8
Avg.
Pta.
38.6
85.7
S0.1
44.6
868
Opp.
Pts.
33.4
17.1
38.4
38.
33.S
. 13
PU.
,7HB
.830
.7a
.8UH
.837
.888
BOWLING
Elks
Mall Tribune
Bowman R&rbera
Prultt's Service Sta
Standard Oil
Piche Hdw
Peerless Meat Mkt. ,
Post Office ,
City League
Team Standing
10 8 763
- IV 4 4 ova
li a sio
14 13 610
13 14 481
8 0 400
0 15 375
9 15 376
Individual
a. Eads
Roy Prultt .
R. Clancy .......
Dr. Poake
Herb Quenther .
A. Hogen
R. DeVore
Hal Height
P. Dunn ...
S. Carey .
W. Prultt ....
P. Diamond
C: Waleh .
O. -Savior
a. Gates ....
N. Newland ....
E Ferguson .
S. Sherwood .....
J. Burroughs -
J. V. Watson
M. Cannon .
T. Noud .
A. Stoehr ............
H. Strang ..
W. Newland
C. Puhl
E. Nichols
J. Murrsy ....
B. Croxdale
N. Kerr
C. Bowman
W. Hagen
R. Slngler ....
Hayden
P. Hussong
C. Elliott .
Ray Prultt
E. Clevenberg
S. Stark .
Standings
O. T.
31 3877
31 3300
- 33 3965
18 2004
- 31 3553
18 3034
31 3470
. 18 3077
37 4410
13 1083
,.- 37 4411
... 31 8426
18 3937
8 487
15 3407
37 4263
0 1414
31 3279
15 2337
6 022
. 37 4106
. 34 3650
"Hpec" Keene.
ment, held In the Willamette univer
sity gymnasium under the Joint aus
pices of the State High School Ath
letlo association and Willamette uni
versity. "Spec" Keene, Willamette athletio
director, for eight yeara director of
the tournament, will again be In
charge this year. He will be assisted
by Leslie J. Spsrks, Willamette general
manager.
Willamette university has been host
to state basketball, tourneya alnce
1017 when Coach Bob Matthews held
a tourney that Included seven Wil
lamette valley and southern Oregon
teams, but the state-wide meets were
not initiated until 1020, when 12 lead
lng teams from all over the atate
competed. In this first fight for the
state hoop crown Salem high defeated
Lincoln of Portland in a close fought
battle that ended 13 to 11.
In 1022 the state was doled out In
competitive districts, each district
holding an elimination tourney to
decide what team would represent It
at the state meet.
This year's battle for the cup looks
like It will be as tough , contest ae
has ever developed, with several dis
trict boasting the strongest teams
In their histories. '
Below are 14 years of champs and
runnorupa. Salem high, with four
wins and five seconds, has the edge
on tho teams of the state, while Med
ford and Astoria, each with two wins,
are the only other teama to repeat In
the champ column.
1020 Salem, 12; Lincoln. 11.
1021 Franklin, 36; So'.em, 19.
1022 Ashland, 45: Pendleton, 22.
1023 University High (Eugene) 38;
Astoria, 35.
1034 Medford. 21; Eugene, 15.
1026 Salem, 20; Franklin, 12,
1028 Snlcm, 33; Eugene, 16.
1037 Eugone, 35; Salem, 10.
1028 Washington, 37; Medford, 33.
1020 Medford. 35: Astoria, 14.
1030 Astoria, 32; Salem, 17.
1031 Pendleton, 31; Salem, 30.
1033 Astoria, 33; Salem, 39.
1033 Salem. 32; Lincoln, 28.
Hugo Guenther .
H. Plnneo
H. Meusel
W. Rose
E. York
McBee .....
A. Plche
Cstey ....
C. Crocker ...
W. Gould
A. Wilson .
O. DeJarnett .
. 24 3638
. 3 457
. 18 2721
. 16 2266
. 31 3159
. 37 3933
. 9 1315
. 37 3017
. 0 1308
. 14 2022
. 27 3868
. S 420
. 10 2658
. 3 420
. 10 2616
. 34 3201
. 27 3674
. 12 1631
. 34 3184
. 18 1075
. 8 768
. 17 3184
. 3 358
. 6 808
. 8 693
. 6 671
Avg.
185
178
172
170
169
189
168
165
164
184
163
163
163
163
160
158
167
168
155
134
152
152
152
162
151
151
150
146
146
145
145
144
143
143
140
140
Paake
Handicap
Rankin .
Handicap
ELKS' CLUB
Class A Singles
1st 2nd 3rd Tot.
161 170 167 497
31 31 31 63
182 200 178 560
1st 2nd 3rd Tot.
183 189
18 18
101 568
18 54
, 301 307 314 622
1st 2nd 3rd Tot.
De Vore -Handicap
180 213
20 30
164 555
20 60
Totals 209 333 174 615
Class B Singles
1st 3nd 3rd Tot.
Ferguson 136 168 171 475
Handicap 14 14 14 43
Totala
160 181 185 617
Post Office
13 3
S. Sherwood ... 141 139 131 411
W.,Catey 133 141 132 396
R. Slngler 113 160 ' 166 438
E. York 104 119 108 331
E. Nichols 122 111 154 337
Handicap 142 143 142
744 812 833J399
Plche Hliw.
13 3
3. Carey .... 151 120 121 292
H. Strang
R. Harrison .
A. Piche ...
Ray Prultt 132 144 134 400
122 09 142 383
83 125 121 329
113 145 113 371
WHEN SHE.
UPSti
HE
ensFERS
Handicap
, 148 148 148
749 781 780 3399
Tonight; Peerless Meat Market v.
Elks.
LOCAL CLIMATE
Les Wolfe, Texss wrestler, who has
been making Medford his heodquar
tera for some time, declares he would
like to live here permanently, but tho
requirements of his calling permit
only brief stays between bouts In
other coast cities. The athlete, who
speaks with the engaging drawl of tne
true Texan, declares "Ah hsve travel
ed around a lot In mah business out
nevah found folks so friendly as you
you all heah. And climate boy, lt'e
auah wonderful."
Wolfe la unique In the modern mat
game, refraining from the unorthodox
metboda auch as kneelnk, punching
ana crawling out of the ring. He de
nenda on science, skill and a highly
trained pair of legs to win his match
es and hla defeats have been compara
tively few in the pest year. His chief
weapon is s rolling scissors which,
once applied, leaves his opponent
helpless.
No More Piles
Doctor's Prescription Guaranteed
Thousands of Pile sufferers do not
. v xaiiio stf PliM Ik In-
Kiiuw wmu vuou - -- ---
teraal bed circulation of blood In
the lower Dowei.
. s - l.f Ifl trllfVi AH-illt.
rnie -n.-c..w..v
I piles the real reason why salves and
suppositories ao uit hio hwwwhs -
lief, why cutting doea not remove the
cause.
Your Itching, Dieeaing or prowuu-
11 Ui riivo win vfj - - -
tually remove the cause. External
treatments can b ao mia un uimjiuh.
medicine should be used. HBM-ROID,
the prescription of Dr. J. S. Leon
hardt, sold by good druggists every
where, succeeds because it stimulates
the circulation, drives out congested U
blood, heals and restores the affected
parts.
aSo why waste time on external
remedles.or worry about an operation
when J arm inn, Woods, also McNalr :
n -1 A klani Invlt-s-ai tuartf Plla
sufferer to try HBM-ROID with guar-
. . ...1. t nnt. 4nufi,l1o
antee oi wviicjr-ui. t
satisfied with the help one bottle
gives.
REGULAR MEETING OF
Jackson County
Workers League
At Labor Hall Tonight at 7:30
1
138 Constipation Drove
137 J Ass V4.2 1 4 made her feel cross, head
nfl nCr Wild achy, half-alive. Now she
has a lovable disposition, new pep and vitality.
136 Heed Nature's warning: 5iMijh bowels invari
183 ably result in poisonous wastes ravagingyourBys
, tern often the direct cause of headaches, dtz
ia siness, colds, complexion troubles. NATURE'S
138 REMEDY the mild, all-vegetable laxative
123 wry stimulates the entire efiminative tract
.0 strengthens, regulates the. bowels for normal.
noturat lunciion
116 lng. Get a 25c box
U3 today at your
druggist's.
in 1 r 1 11
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A. E. ailberg or Hilt, waa killed In
stantly Tuesday evening at seven o'
clock when tho car In which she, her
mother and a friend, were driving
went Into the ditch, fracturing her
skull and crushing her chest. Ash
land Dally Tidings.
Mrs. Maybelle Church will speak at
7 o'clock and music will be contrib
uted to' the program by Mrs. Ettie
Herbert Yeoman.
33 8 .733
Four-Year Coaching Record. Football,
Ha.kethall and Ila.ehall.
W. I,. T. PC.
118 .90 1 ' ,808
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