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RADICAL TRADES Bulwark Hopeful Detroit Tigers
Injuries And Illness Hit Bos
ton Braves Athletics
Have No Pitchers
Spring Camp Games.
NEW YORK, March 31. (AP)
The young flowera that failed to
bloom In the eprlng training campa,
tra la, have everything to do with
the frantlo lat minute aourrylng of
major league managera In acarch of
hardy bloaeoma of other yeara.
In fact, before the flrat presiden
tial wild pitch la hurled In Waah
Ington April 16, aomethlng radical
In tradea muat be pulled off by the
Boaton Bravea, the Brooklyn Dodgera,
and the Phllllea, In the National
league to fill gaping holea .cauaed
by grapefruit league lnlurlea and
failure of rookiea to develop.
The aame altuatlon exlaU to a lea
er degree In the American league,
particularly the Athlctlce, with
carcely anyone to ubo for pltchera;
the Detroit Tlgora and Cleveland In
diana, both aufferlng Infield trouble;
and the Bt. Loula Browne, haraaaod
by lack of both caah and playera.
The Yankees and White Sox alao are
In the market for talent.
ORLANDO, Pla., March 31. (AP)
i Four hlta for extra baaca gave the
Detroit Tlgera a 8 to I victory over
the Brooklyn Dodgera here today.
Manager Mickey Cochrane of De
troit waa kept out of the game by
pain in hla right aide. After being
examined by dootora here, It waa
found the trouble waa located In the
appendix. Cochrane waa unaer
ervatlon tonight.
BT. PETERSBURG, ma., Mardh 81
ap with Jimmy De Shong, In
ternational league recruit, atriklng
out nine of hla former teammatoa
and allowing only five hlta In alx
lnnlnga. the New Tork Tankeea to
day defeated the Newark Beara
to S, acorlng the deciding run In the
ninth Inning. ,
NEW ORLEANS, March 31. (AP)
Joe Voamlk'a home run. with two
matea on the baaea In the aeventh
Inning, broke a tie and paved the
way for the Cleveland Indiana" 7 to
a victory over the New Tork Olanta
The hitting that coat the Olanta
the game waa done agalnat Herman
Bell, who took over the hurling
dutlea In the aeventh, following Carl
Hubbell and Olydell Cnatleman.
Mickey Cochrane, new manager of the Detroit Tlgera, can see plenty of pitching and batting power l.i hla
1D34 entry, with Tommy Bridges (let!), Hie chronic "comer-clone" to no-hlt games, tis the ace of the slabbers,
and big Hank Greenberg (right), tottering flrat baseman, pacing the slujgers. The outfield trio of Gerald
Walker, Enln Fox and Ooose Goslln (left to right) ranks, In Mickey's estimation, with famous Tiger gar
den ataffa of the past.
VENTURA, Cal., March 81. (AP)
Behind the stellar pitching of Frank
Ragland and Stan Javoroskl, Port
land's Beavers turned back the Se
attle Indians, 5 to 1, In & closely
played pre-season contest here to
day. The Redmen could find only seven
hits, four off Ragland In the first
five Innings and three off javoroskl
In four stanzas, I
The Beavers found Radonlts, Flsch
and Evans for nine safeties.
Earl Sheeley, veteran first Backer,
collected the only extra-base hit of
the day, a double that scored Black-
erby In the second Inning for the
winners' first run. ,
Portland scored all Its runs In two
Innings, shoving over a trio of mark-
Kruse to Tackle Hansen
ft4 w Vjf "
'criminologist, and no efforts were to
1 be made to move the bodies until his
; arrival.
j The Fielders had a 10-year-old
aaugnter, out no ono ci&o uvea wun
them. The other victims of the ghast
ly deed were apparently visitors to
their home.
TILLAMOOK, March 31. (AP)
The Weekly Headlight-Herald, a con
solidation of the Tillamook Head
light and the Tillamook Herald,
weekly newspapers, will appear next
week, It was announced here, fol
lowing the merger of the two papers.
Thomas Walpole, D. A. DeCook, Geo.
d. uorden and Fred T. Meillng will
form the new organization.
Mack LI i lard, wrestling promoter
for Medford termed It "a natural,"
ers In the second and counting twoland Med ford's wrestling fans will
agree, for on Thursday evening's card.
more In the third.
Bonvllvannl scored the tribe's lone
run In the fifth, when he singled
and crossed the plate on McLarney's
The score: R. H. E.
Portland .... . . . 5 0 3
Seattle ...... 17 3
Battterles: Ragland, Javoroskl and
Hoag; Radonlts, Flsch and Evans,
Bradbury, Doerr, Bottarint,
AVON PARK. Pla., March 31. (AP)
The Cincinnati Reda today ahook
off the Jinx which minor league cluba
had over them and walloped the
Columbus Red Bl.'da, 13 to 3, to
na a n to 4 set back at the
hands of the American Association
SARASOTA. Fla., March 31. (AP)
The Boston Red Sox gave Presi
dent Tom Tawkey and Ooneral Man
ager Eddie Collins a. sad farewell
party today by dropping a 3-3 exhi
bition' game to the St. loula Card
inal after a display of uninspired
The Cards clinched the game In
the third.
Hal Lee completely lost control of
his pitching arm in the ninth Inn
ing of a spring training series game
here today between Pittsburgh and
Chicago, giving the Pirates a 7 to
Lee walked four men, which, cou
pled with a couple of" singles ana
two errors, gave the Buccnneera five
runs In the final stanea and a sion-
dr maraln of victory.
In the third stanaa, Stainback
smacked out a home run for the
ATLANTA, Da., Mar. 31. (AP)
Towering over hla opponent so the
pair looked almoat ludicrous together,
Laater Stoefen, the lanky Indoor
champion, defeated little Bryan (Bit
ay) Qrant, ranking No. 7, In straight
seta 7-6, 7-5, 7-5 in the finale of the
Blltraore Invitation tennla tourna
ment her today.
Stoefen, 6 feet, 3 lnchea tall, cov
ered too much ground tor Grant, who
stands feet, a Inches. "Aw, you're
too big," Grant would gasp as Slcefen
stretched out for rocoverlea whero the
ball looked hopelessly out of reach.
Stoefen had Grant running all over
the court.
In the third aet, they aee-aawed
back and forth winning game and
game until Stoefen broke Qrant'a
eervlce on a double fault In the ninth
game. Grant broke Stoefen's eervlce
right back but Stoefen crashed
through the next two gamea with hla
scattering drive and placement to
take tho aet, 7-5 and match with a
IMU'I'B Illl-IIUIjr WU1IK-Q 11)1
the court.
Oregon "Pie"
WASHINGTON, March 31. (AP)
The postofflce department today an
nounced the following havo been ap
pointed acting postmasters:
Oregon: Sandy, Ruby Loundrcc;
and Woodburn, 11. f. Buttetfleld.
31. (AP) Scoring clean sweeps In
the 100-yard dash, shotput and dis
cus throw, Coach Ding Templeton'a
Stanford track and field team acored
an 871-3 to 43 3-3 victory over the
University of California at Loa An
golea forces here this afternoon.
Jimmy LuValle, U. O. L. A. middle
distance atar, failed 'In his attempts
to shatter the world'a record In the
400 meters and 440 yards, In the
snme race, atopplng the clocks In
:40.9 for the metrlo distance and 47.9
seconds for the quarter mile. ,
.Johnny Lyman, Intercollegiate A.
A, A, A. record holder In the shot-put,
aounded a warning to all ,hla com-
petltora when he aont the 16-pound
ball S3 feet, 4 lnchea, lust 414 Inches
snort or nis I. c. R. A. mark.
Lyman broke a freak world'a rec
ord, for the 34-pound shot, when he
put tho larga pellet 40 feet, 7
inches, to better t,he 31-year-old mark
of Pat McDonald. The New York
Irishman did 30 feet, 314 Inches, at
Coltlo Park, Long Island, In 1013.
The Jacksonville Miners, baseball
nine that last Sunday sent Hal
Halght'a Medford Rogues home talk
ing to themselves, will play Medford's
Gllmoro Lions on tfie Jacksonville
diamond today, providing there la no
more rain, it waa announced last
Jack Hughes, ace hurler, Is expect
ed to start for tho mining camp's
nlno, whllo other atnra will be aeen
In action. Tho Gllmoro toam laat
year waa one of Jacksonville's big
menaces and tne game today, which
win atari at 1:30, should furnish an
other Interesting pre-acason tilt.
ATLANTA, March 31. (AP) A plea
to all basketball coaches asking their
cooperation In eliminating the com
pact, closely knit defense which they
said was hurting the game, was made
here today by the National Basket
ball Coaches' association In their final
session. .
Proposals to elevate the goals from
10 to 12 feet, and to color the ball
and the not undor the hoop block
were referred to the coaches' research
committee. The mentors voted unani
mously to retain the center tap, but
asked the national rules committee
to discourage use of the huddle for
calling signals.
They requested time out allowanceo
be raised from one minute to two
minutes and passed on to the rules
committee . several other minor
changes which they said they de
sired. Howard B. Ortner, or Cornell uni
versity, was named president and
George Edwards of the University of
Missouri was selected secretary and
HOUSTON, Texfts, March 31. (AP)
Lester Stoefen, Los Angeles tennis
player who recently won the nat
tonnl Indoor championships, was
seeded behind Wllmer Allison, 1033
Davis cup team member for the
River Oaks Country club Invitation
tournament starting here Monday.
Allison, a Trxsn, was seeded an num
ber one with the Catlfornlnn num
ber two.
Others entered Include Brysn
(Bltsy) Orant, tAtlantu, Ga., seeded
third: Oeorge Lott. Chicago, fourth
and Clllbert Hall. New York, fifth.
OinO NATATORIUM. Cotumbui.
Ohio. Merer. 31. (AP) The Wol
verine of Michigan tonight psddled
Its way to Its fifth national Inter
collegiate swimming championship in
the last eight years.
Michigan won handily amssnlng 30
points with Southern California Its
nearest competitor with 10. Tale and
WMhlnRton finished In a tie for third
plsce, each with 13 points, Rutgers
wss next with 14 and then Illinois
with 10. The remainder of the field
was woli strung out.
DETROIT. Mn rch 3 1 . ( AP ) De
troit's Redwings, boasting their first
national league hockey championship
as a result of a 1 to 0 victory over
the Toronto Mnple Leafs, prepared
today to enter the Stanley cup match
os hero next wook.
If the Chicago Blackhawks beat
Montreal Sunday night In their end
of the national hockey league series
It will throw the Wings and tho
Blackhawks together for the highest
prize In professional hockey.
Throwing off the erratic form that
Impeded them In their two previous
games with the Leafs, Detroit made
good on Its famous power play for
the goal they needed to win the five
game series.
The meeting of the exponent of
the klttenball league which was for
merly scheduled for Thursday night
will be held Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock In the Office Stationery and
Supply Co., according to an an
nouncement by Sam Col ton.
The meeting was postponed follow
ing the arrangement to meet with of
ficials of the Portland klttenball
league on drawing up plans for a
state championship league.
Mr. Colton announced that If any
person or persons intend entering
the league please be at the meeting.
Ho also stated that this Is the only
chance to enter the kat-bnll tourna-mont.
BATON ROUOB, U.. March 31.
(AP) The University of OrcRon
LouUana State university 1034 foot
ball game will be played December
13 in Baton Rouge Instrnd of on the
west coast as originally planned. T.
P. Heard of Loutsana. state athletic
director, announced today.
Heard said tfie Oregon contest had
been scheduled as a home game to
avoid loss of time from studies of tMe
Louisiana grldders.
Clackamas Remits
BALKM, March 31. (AP) Clacks-
mas county today remitted Its second
quarter state property taxes to the
treasurer's office, amounting to 37,-779.81.
When viewed from a distance of
30 miles, Grandfather mountain In
North Carolina resembles the face of
an old man.
NEW YORK. March 31. (AP)
Harl Kalt, champion foilsman of the
United States naval academy and
favorlto to capture the Intercollegiate
foils title, todoy met with unexpected
do teat in the semi-finals and wrb
eliminated from the championships
being fought on the corkstrlps in tho
Hotel Commodore bollroom.
The southpaw midshipman who pre
viously registered 16 victories in 10
bouts was removed from the compe
tition when he was cut down In the
penultimate round-robin by Norman
Bullard, Yale captain and John Hurd,
leader of the Crimson swordsmen.
Bullard and Hurd qualified for the
Tho swordsmen on the V. S. Mili
tary academy and New York univer
sity qualified five men each in the
aabro, epee and foils semi-finals.
STOCKTON, Calif., March 31.
(AP) San Francisco's Seals pounded
out their third straight victory over
the Sacramento Senators baseball
club here today, winning the train
ing camp contest 4 to 1 after scor
ing three runs In the first two Inn
ings. Jimmy Zlnn, Seal veteran, pitched
seven Innings and held the Senators
without a hit or a run after the first
frame when they scored their lone
WOODLAND, Calif., March 31.
(AP) San Francisco's Missions
wound up their training season by
defeating the Oakland Oaks 10 to 2
here today.
OllUck, Oakland hurler, was Jerked
after the first Inning In which the
Missions scored six of their runs.
Wright starred at the bat for the
Missions with three hits In four
trips to the plate. Anton of the Oaks
got a homer and a double in four
he has arranged to match Bob Kruse,
Oswego, Ore., farmer, with Charlie
Hansen of Seattle, who has been win
ning the booes of the Medford au
dience for several weeks.
Ml lard will also put Jack Forsgen,
320 pounds, of Canada. In the square
with Billy Newman, 205 of Denver, as
the second match In the double main
event. Both men have been appear
ing on main event cards In Portland,'
and Forsgren packs around the title
of heavyweight champion of Canada.
Both Kruse and Hansen will go into
the ring at about 210 pounds, and the
armory Is expected to be packed for
,the show.
NEW TORK, March 31. (AP) On
condition that they be re-hlred with
out discrimination. New Tork's strik
ing taxlcab drivers agreed tonight to
return to work after three weeka of
Intermittent street disorders.
RcpeBentatlveB of the union an
nounced the atrlke was "virtually
settled" after a conference with fleet
operatora In the offices of the United
Taxlcab Board of Trade.
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Help the dairy Industry In the
Rogue River Valley by specifying
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WICHITA, Kaa., Marcn 31. (AP)
Tulsa Buslneaa college, Vie new offi
cial -women's A. A. U. basketball
champions, defeated the Spencer Coal
team from Chicago, tho "Tomboy"
champions of the annual feminine
tournament, hore tonight, 16-14, In
an exhibtlon game govorned by "hy
brid" rules devised as a compromise
between the men's and women'a
Pennsy Deer tell
High Last Season
S. M. Hawk of this city la In receipt
of a clipping from A. E. Hawk, his
brother, who visited here last fall,
taken from a Punxautawney, Pa., pa
per stating that 30,480 deer were kill
ed during the last open season; also
386 bear and 3.318 wild turkeys. These
were all Increases over the past sea
Mr. Hawk of this city said when
ho lived there 40 years ago there only
a few deer and bear but no wild tur
keys in that territory.
VIRGINIA BEACH.' Fla., March 31.
(AP) On a bleak battleground.
the touring golf professional began
their last stand of the winter today
In the Cavalier open with the vet
eran Paul Runyan and young Ky Laf-
foon leading the way through the
first 18 holes with 69's.
With a cold misty wind blowing
serosa thia Ocean View courae and
the fairways and greena aoggy from
heavy ralna, the stiff par 68 held its
barrier secure although Laffoon and
Billy Howell, young Richmond ama
teur, had orthodox figures badly
beaten for more than half the
While Runyan. big money winner
of the season and victor in this
tournament t year ago, waa hugging
par closely for hla 34-33 89 card,
Laffoon burned up the front aide
with a 30. four ahota under par.
but required 39 blowa coming In.
Likewise. Howell rounded the turn
In SS, but also took 39 strokes on
the way home and waa tied with
four professionals, Horton Smith,
Bobby Orulckshank, Harry Cooper
and Toung Benny Loving, of Peters
burg, Va., at 71.
Crulckshank, Cooper and Tommy
Armour, who was tied with Denny
Shut. British open champion, at
73, also were par 36 out but had
trouble with their putts in the sec
ond nine.
dralg Wood, Bill Mehlhorn, and
Chandler Harper. Virginia amateur
champion, were together at 73. while
five professionals. Including Prank
Walsh and Johnny Meara, were In
the 74 slot.
After once postponing today's
plsy. the tournament committee de
cided to adopt the original schedule.
The second eighteen holea will be
played tomorrow with the final 36
on Monday for the 11.300'ln prlte
flermany to Remit
WASHINGTON. March 31. (AP) I
Of the S30.000.000 due this country
today from Germany on mixed claims
and army of occupation costs, the
state department received notice a
ll.35O.0O0 payment would be made
April 3.
Ctams measuring three feet across
In tropical waters south of Florida
can ciamp a diver and drown htm.
PORTLAND, Ore., March 31. (AP)
An ordinance prohibiting manu
facture and sale of candy or sugar
confections containing alcohol was
passed by the city council here to
day. Complaint had been made by a
W. O. T. V. unit that cookies and
candies were being sold here which
contained enough alcohol that half
a dozen of either would produce the
"effect of a stiff cocktail."
World News
At a Glance
BREMERTON, Wash., Mar. 31.
(AP) Bound and gagged and shot to
death, the bodies of alx persons were
found late today at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Fielder, a retired gro
cery store operator, at Erland's Point,
a summer colony. Sheriff D. L. Blank
enshlp was notified early tonight.
The victims were four men and two
women, he aald.
Fielder and hla wife were the only
two who wero Immediately identi
fied. They had apparently been dead for
from 36 to 48 hours, the sheriff said
he was Informed. He and other depu
ties left Immediately for the scene,
a summer beach colony about five
mliea from here.
The tragedy waa discovered by a
neighbor, Tom Sanders, who had aeen
ft sedan automobile standing In front
of the Fielder home for two days, he
said, with three dogs locked up In
side. Unable to raise anyone at the
home, he called the aherlffs office.
Befora the aheriff arrived, however.
he had entered the house.
The house had been badly ransack
ed, he reported, with robbery the ap
parent motive for the alayings.
The sheriff Immediately called for
the aid of Luke S. May, famed Seattle I
for Spring
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(By the Associated Press)
NEW YORK Federal court up
holds price fixing power In NRA
test case.
WASHINGTON Government push
es plan for new (obs for 1,350.000
mustered out bv CWA.
ALBANY. N. Y. Governor Lehman
asks aweeplng Inquiry of utility links
witn state officials.
ST. PAUL. Minn John Dllllnger
blasts way through police trap with
machine gun.
WASHINGTON General Johnson
orders seven-hour day for bitumin
ous coal Industry.
V1NELAND, N. J Charles Bausch.
88. la accused of killing wife, then
burning farm home.
man proposed board with full pow
ers to handle rail wage disputes.
PENDLETON. Ore., March 31. (AP)
to Manoney, 38. formerly of La
Grande, waa today sentenced to
year In the county Jail, and then waa
paroled to the district attorney, fol.
lowing hla conviction on a statutory
Florida Schools Are Closing
Some are charging tuition.
Which is better
Sales Tax or Tuition?
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