Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 12, 1934, Page 4, Image 4

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    PXGE FOUR
MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGOX, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1934.
Edwards and Wolfe to Grapple
SGISSORS STAR
TO MATCH GRIP KLAMATH TEAM
lock r HERE
Billy Edwards, Kansas City butcher
iy, n old-time favorite ol southern
Oregon wrestling Jans, returns to
Medford tonight to tackle Lea Wolfe,
Topular Texan, who haa been mak
:ng Medford hla headquartora lor
ome time. Edwards will pit his (&
'mous chiropractic headlock against
the devastating rolling scissors ol the
reisn and the result should be a
driller for the cash customers. Wolfe
: scheduled to leave soon on a tour
of California and the southwest.
Something new In the grunt and
'grimace game will be offored on the
.umory mat card tonight by Promo
ter Mack LUlard, who has signed a
pair of husky college athletlo stars
to fill out the other .half of the
double-main event bill. Marvin Wes
tenberg, handsome University of Pu
get Sound grid performer, will meet
Robert Vvans, Harvard student, who
has turned to the bone crushing
racket to replenish his educational
rund. Both Westenbcrg and Evans
are fsr from novices In the ungentle
art and each has a number of vic
tories to .his credit against men of
much greater experience.
Both matches are scheduled to go
one hour or best two out of three
falls.
. Tickets for all seats will be at a
uniform price and two sections have
been reserved by the promoter for
those who wish to purchase tickets
In advance so that they may arrive
at the last minute with assurance
of securing a good scat. The show
opens at B:30.
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PORTLAND, April 13. P) Billy
Bdwards, the Kansas City butcher
boy, took two out of three falls from
Ed Relwlg of San Francisco here last
nljht. Edwards, 200, took the first
Mil with his famous chiropractic
headlock, and the final fall with a
body press. Helwlg, 301, won the
second fall with a flying head scis
sors. Charlie Hansen, 310, Seattle, and
Jack League, 319, San Antonio, Tex.,
went to a draw in the semi-final.
Chief Little Wolf, 300, Trinidad,
Colo., took one fall from Walter 81ro
sts, 103, Mew Westminster, B. C. .
At the conclusion of his bout with
Bdwards, Helwlg was arrested on ft
charge of disorderly conduot for his
actions in last week's wrestling match
when ha was alleged to have reached
through the ropes and grabbed Ref
eree Verne Harrington. The serving
of the warrant, the police announced,
was part of a campaign to preclude
disorders at wrestling bouts.
T
Dy llnrold drove.
In a highly excited game, the Hen
derson All-Stars and the Active Club
wrangled a victory from their worthy
opponents last night in the city twi
light kat-ball league,
Henderson's thoroughly thumped
the Jennings Tire outfit, 0 to 0.
The Active club proved that they
were active in dofeatlng the shoe
makers from Kldd's, 9 to 7, In the
most exciting of the two games.
Tonight the High School will tangle
with Your Office Boys and Standard
Oil will play host to Lamport's.
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STATUS CLEARED
As nim question hiw risen con
cerning the veteran's and pioneer's
free hunting and fishing license, the
state gnme commission at Its hut
meeting made a ruling on the license
according to Information received
here by captain Lee M. Bown of the
state police.
The new special annual license- Is
only Issued for a calendar year, the
letter pointed out, and pioneers or
veterans heldlng the life license miuit
pay a fee of 00 vonta for the issuance
of the special annual license to hunt
and fish.
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BOWLING
CITY I.FAOIH
Post Office
1st 3nd 3rd Total
Jt. Singler 197 M8 MS 418
B. York .- 140 108 108 409
M. Catey 181 100 158 418
S. Sherwood 157 183 303 513
B. Nichols 177 134 143 453
Handicap 140 140 140
Totals 803 703 343 26J8
ftlaililnril Oil
1st and 3rd Total
H. Kerr 134 143 134 400
E. Clevenberg .. 147 170 146 473
S. Stark 118 140 144 409
H. Plnneo 130 133 351
Boomer . . .. .. 140 135 384
Dummy ............... 135 ' ......
Dummy 138 ..
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Billy Edwards, Knusns City butcher boy. who meets Les Wolfe on the
armory mnfc tonight, tg the Inventor of the chiropractic hendlnck which
leaves opponents badly befuddled after a few minutes' application.
IN ROWING DUEL
SEATTLE, April 12. (p) Primed
and ready for the Hist renewal of the
Pacific Coast rowing ragatta between
the trim racing fleets of California
and Washington on Lake Washington
hero tomorrow, the southern Bears
today began wondering if they will
get a chance to defend their 1032
national champlonshlu at Po ugh keep -sle
In June.
"X have a hunch we have a better
four-mile than a three-mile varsity
machine," declared Coach Ky Ebrlght
of California after giving his sweep
sters their final Instructions. "If we
are victorious against Washington In
the three-mile race tomorrow, I m
sure we will go east. If we make a
good showing we will still have a
chance, but If we get our ears knock-,
ed off I guess wo will be all through
rowing for this season."
On Inspection Visit Matthew J.
Bowen of Alhambra, Cal.. Inspector
from Robert Fechncr's office, director
of the- Civilian Conservation corps, Is
in tho district Inspecting the work
projects. Tuesday he visited Apple
gate camp, and on his tour will In
clude Csrberry, Kerby, Pistol River,
Cape Sebastian and Port Orford
camps.
The Medford Rogues will make
their initial appearance before Med
ford fans at the fair grounds Sunday
when they cross bats with the fast
Shaw-Bertram Lumber Co. team in
a pre -season game. The Shaw-Bertram
team, last year's Klamath and
Lake county champions, was defeated
last Sunday by the Rogues, 11 to 3.
at Klamath Falls and are out for re
venge. They plan on Importing sev
eral players In the hopes of downing
the high-stepping Rogues, who only
the week before whitewashed the
Grants Pass Athletics 4 to 0.
Manager Halght announced that
Chief McLean will be on the mound
with hla new catcher, peppery Dean
Joy behind the bat. Incidentally
McLean has not had an earned run
scored against htm this year. He
pitched five Innings against Jackson
ville without allowing a hit or run,
nine Innings against Grants Pass, al
lowing five hits and no runs and nad
the Shaw-Bertram team shut out
until the eighth Inning -when two
errors In succession allowed three
runners to cross the plate.
The new uniforms will not arrive
until some time next week, states
Halght, and Medford fans are asked
to bear the old ones with him for
just one more game.
According to Paul Rynnlng, the
fair grounds diamond will be In Al
shape. He has promised to put the
scraper and roller on It within a day
or two.
All members of the Rogues are re
quested to turn out Friday evening
at 5:30 for practice.
BOYISH KATHER1NE ADDS
NEW SWIMMING LAURELS
CHICAGO, April 13. JF Kathar
ine Rawla, a boylsh-looklng mite of a
girl, tucked one world's record awey
and went looking for. more swimming
glory today as the tussle lor the wom
en's National A. A. U. Indoor cham
pionship churned on at the Lake
Shore Athletic club.
Picking up where she left off with
her dazzling campaign of a year ago,
the 15-ycar-old Miami Beach, Fla.,
high school girl made her first start
In championship competition for 1334
last night snd came up with a title
and a new world's mark in the 300
yard individual medley, an event that
demands speed, endurance and versa
tility. Making a show of her field
of older and stronger rivals, "Katie"
swam the distance in 4 minutes 12.3
seoonds, bettering her old mark of
4:14.8 by 3.6 seconds.
The low springboard diving cham
pionship, which she holds, and the
100-yard breast stroke, & title she has
a hunch she can take, were the ob
jects of the 106-pound mermaid from
Florida today.
COUPLE EXCITEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. M. Morthland of th'.s
city yesterday reported an exciting
day on the Rogue. Fishing near t'.is
mouth of Elk creek, they danded an
11-pound steelhead and a salmon.
Mr. Morthland got the salmon on
light tackle and was on the verge of
losing the fish, when Mrs. Morthland
wided in, grabbing It in her hands.
She fell down in the process, adding
an icy bath to the day's activities.
The salmon's weight wasn't reported.
8 Midget Photos 10c Peasley Studio.
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