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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1922)
Shilllhg Hli !
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W. S, M. Says:
"I stick out my chest
and feci proud every
time I sell a Willard
Threaded Rubber Bat
tery because 185 man
ufacturers of cars and
trucks have decided on
Threaded Rubber In
sulation as standard
equipment for their
product. They know
that Threaded Rubber
Insulation lasts the life
of the plates and
doesn't have to be re
newed." W&rd Sarrioe .Van
Buy the battery that 1S5
car and truck builders have
sebcted as standard The
Willard Threaded Rubber
This tradeJtrfc, ia-npc! In rJ
OQ the raavc , -r-.' . r ':e V, JJrJ
Ttmsa-rd R :r Cattery.
LOCAL SPORT NE
HIGH SCHOOL WINS
TWO GAMES IN ROW
GOLDEN CKUST BREAD will i
speak for itself. '
Try it once and you will try it
When you order bread from your
grocer be sure and teii him you :
y un grocer tn the
Tho Tillamook hivrh school basket ball team oems
o have hit it's stride now for after dropping tlwve eontVi --ice
jrames in n row and, seemingly, nifferinjf n reversal
n form, they came back strong this past week winning one
jonferenoe game ami one non-conference r-et-to.
The fhk game won was played Friday night against
the Blaine Cougar machine. The Cougars had been going
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great guns up until this contest ami uie wiseacre nan u-
er.red that the hhrh schooler were in tor Uie trimming
their live;. But alas and alack it was the othei way; in
fact was one of the most one-sided games played thi sea
Monday's game was a thriller and greatly elated fol
lowers of the iiuerseholastic team.
forward were power!, t clil
were they Held in dwelt by Tom and
Sxark, and bmp unable to 0rk the
ball down the floor there remained
but one thing to do try Ion shot
In this theywere a unlucky be
fore, for "Shintrles" .ailed for a five-
man defense and the Ions hot which
Newber team alway used with
deadly effect on their home floor)
were a ttaickly frustrated as wa
their charging dribble and jerk pa.
The first half ended with Till
roook way out in front 25 to . White.
Mathews. Davidson and Gabnet fonv.
ins the seorinir machine and Carson
seorine Newber?:' throe goal shots
In the second hoif Nelson broke mu
the score rolumn for the nit.r,
rintrinfc two field goals and thr.--free
shot. Cron shot one field
basket and one fool in this half.
White was the hijfh man of the
evening, despite the fact that he wa
guarded by two men in the most of
the scrimmaging. He shot 12 field
basket and converted the only foul
Davidson appeared in the line-up
in the first half and executed aomc
mighty pretty paues and made one
basket. Mathews worked nicely and
needelss to say, Gabriel played up to
his usual high standard.
The came was attended by a re-cord-breakinc
crowd, every available
bleacher seat being occupied long be
fore the whistle blew. The stage
tocommodated n number of spectator
and the overflow found vantage point
alontr tho side line. "Shorty" Mor
rison blew the whistle and gave ev-
Coach French, in a statement after
the game, was loud in hi praise of
the condr.'t of the visitors an I said
that with all due respect to the won
derfully improved game put up by hi
hopefuls he could not repair from
stating that the Newberg team did
not exhibit the prowess that they
had on their home floor. "In fact,"
'air French, "Xewberc played here
exactly as did Tillamook there; it
must have been the long ride over
the mountains, but I would eertainly
like to pit the two teams against
cae hother on a neutral floor, for
one or the other wi'l surely contest
MrtMinnville's right to go to Salem
for the state title."
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Friday's game with the fast Blaine
t Sugars wa nothing short of a re
nU.:n to the supporters of the Til-
tumook high school squad. Tho game
rcvened a new star in the local bak
rtiviil horison and it also reveaeld
the fact that Coach French had wore
;han one ace up hh sleeve with which
to checkmate hi adversaries.
In this game French introduced the
1 jrhtning-Iike Ttite. a flashy basket
?! liters who hails from Texas. It
u.t White who led the attack against
the Blaineits and broke their string
of victrries. He was in on the first
play, scored the first basket and lead
the field to the ten-minute mark with
.i grand total of ? field baskets.
Hout this juncture of the gam the
i .ucars shifted their atyle of play,
puttmp two men against Whit, in a
vain cnedavor to stop the landslide
tnat was slowly crushing them ti
'ih. This only wcrkerf further hav-
with them, however, for it allow
1 either '"Shingles Gabriel or Math
ews bo run free and score several of
White's perfectly executed passes.
"Shinarlcs" hoopad nine field goals and
two free shots in th! first quarter ar
Mithews fnir field goals.
The Blaine crowd collected only one
field goal in the first half. &ott
"aHe t'r.'s just as a Tillamonker wa'
- the act of "foulinjr" him. The shot
true and was conseqen'y allowed
cv tty also made three free shots
v-.i: a total of five points for
:' i - .n against 46 for White, Gab-
- ' Mnthews, ct al.
.-rnnd half wa an exact re-
n nf the first up until the last
' - n.inutes of play, when the Tilla
V. tcamrolle.' seeme! to iiave
-t'v rvhaasted itself and tho Cou--t
quickly took advantage of it and
h'rc baskets. Tillamook made
4 more field goals and two foul goal,
-''ntr tho scoring. 1
T.vh,!f Gabriel, .Uthe-ro and White
nlaying the game that was a re
vOation to the hoop followers present
T '.n and Stark were also "there like
!n V."." Their checking and ffoor
a 'irk was extraordinarily good. In
fan the team wa equally as good on
the defensive as on the offensive,
which accounts for the score all one
The ball was in Tillamook's terri
tory for about 32 minute of the two
201 minute halve. Play wat fait
and exceptionally clean, and referring
.lay tn I on thr ltl vttH
On Friday nht tme-nwi at
eight c'ciisek the laUtfftcs will Utffc
horn with tfctT !'.i'ii' n team
On Saturday night th IMUmtK.k K f
iuad will form the oprettn-
Dayton la one e4 the rngt
teams in the Valley, according t al
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vane dope mt manager Wallace ..f iv. p i i.
the Uaum tMiu. wh bonked h ' J'ti. K.t
ivry thing anywhere aeai- h wc in ;
'Indtng the Otjrton hiK hol nl
which deafeated TitU.tH-.'k high leaw
iu an idea f their H ng strength
an be gathered from this i
Admisniott to the gam, the first J
"big league" game without kh!
team, will be t.V I't -tiildr ami!
nn'y 35c for adutt (Umt cIM at J
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lust half rerr h toSicere wa 6ie
wfNn fame N hnr(rt (Wt la il
fwwe (if rherr enwiry
ALEX. M'NAIR '& co.
KfTCHEN RAHQES mnti
Sr.c Ua for Pricoa Brftrr OrtkriMU KUi5whrr
and show apprr.-;sttm i
earns' effort in bringing
the In -a!
in thit at
CLOVERDALE HIGH S0H00L
Cactus ft tat CathiMwt.
Anting H ihrr ilrttt the I'sttna
I e H i he ftwblnettl the fnwwrf r!
f rtJiwtt.t ldwi(Bhtck. tn tt9t
4l.'.-tvrn the! tt a the feaaat r
, 10 t (lWn iVvlt. wWth a''
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t fu. 'h. trmte Mrs the ' nwewli
nan ruin ml r nrnnnn1 ,f R" fWJ jtn, ih tcrw-
HAS ENVIABLE RECORD' .-r jrr i '
. imMrft lhr HltWS iturttt tW tlfy
n. hethg fnii the eacit late
.irn i ih. r. h.'.ti.- i.l tttnttf ttl be if etllT fcmah
hi; UaKuo tn ".h I . tup d; Ht '-..Olh- af nt h.i(
I am.v.k. Y-.r.ihut and W.hc 1 whtb ' '
ton cunt.es will ha.e t.. ,tep .,, f f ,
triraca tne claims of nr c j .wi u:
Five to contest t -r .V ute titi.. if
t'us team nvtitain ;a(e it h
et op untO thi time.
To date the team ha wm mtv-aru!
-lriM editU TOGJO taaect
quired to tKk pHOil.
Lake Lvlle Hotel
On Tiilamouk Hwich Lakw Lytic, i-rigon
Thl hotel will nupply ovviy motlerji v- i.Nen
Wncv ttisd comfort ell hwitud ntul 1k1ui ku unf,
with hoViiiul culd Htter iu ynch. AtUaetiu lobby,
where dctng amy bo imlulKwti 1. 5u jwlor
Sottthorn r'ncific dopot near hotel.
Special wek oad or tlinnor partly olociti
Rwnonabla winter nitwi.
For infurmntion wrttu or jihoue
Mis Jul ut hi. I'Hrker, Mgr., P. 0. Hocl;m.., Ok.
What It (' t t.ft Aalault
Mm wake a (Mwr allow, (or the
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, , s.nvj rM1) al wu4
T. II. S. (76)
Fouls converted: White ono, two
shot; Cabriol throe, four ahoU, Scott
three shot; Hollett none, one shot.
Timer: Wallace and Ayers.
POS. (11) Cougars
F 2 Perry
F 5 Scott
G .1 Hollett
T. H. S.
' ividson 2
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The Tourist tCafe
Wo Feature An Evening J,enu
with a variety of tempting com
bination mnging in pr'ce from
25c to 7Cc
Coach French's high school hoopers
threw a terrible scaro in the hereto
g , fore unbeaten Newberg high riuintet
j. Monday night and so wrecked tho
morale of the team that Tillamook
wa ablo to score a comparatively easy
19 to 10 victory ovor tho pride of
isewoerg c;am- here vith all the
confidence of v., .tors for they had
jtut a week or so ago trounced the
team that represented Tillamook on
th0'r borne floor by nn overwholmini;
score and thoy had beaten Corvallis,
reputed ag ono of the state's best
I onI' Saturday night, but they reckon-
ed without Whito and Gabriel. And
therein hangs a tale.
Gabriel shot the first -banket of tho
evening from a seemingly impossible
position. This Newberg attributed as
luck. Perhaps some of tho vnvctxh.r
ilhl likewise, but it was not long be
ioi e ho hnl shot n second, and White
SL fhirl tin1 ..,41. i ,i
" '"" unu it was then
that the look of hopoloss consterna
tion came upon the faces of tho New
berg pluyors and coach. Every de
fensive formation that tho visitors
formed wan futile against tho ter
rible onslaughts of Shingles and
White and tho score raplrly mounted
to an unbeatable lead, jNewberfj -
Fouls converted: White one, one
shot; Gabriol two, four shot; Carson
one, five shot; Nelson three, three
Timers: Bennett and Fitzpatrick.
Scorers: Conover and Slmonson.
y a very small margin
The team's record : a follow
'Von from Fail Tity, 20-12; Grande
Ronde Indian twice, 19-10 and 27-23 .
Ti'lamoofc High School 19-15; Ttlls
mook IC. of IK W-IS; Clovenlale Alum-
ii l-l; Perryaalc 3ft-2; SSteridan
Vrtiaans 16-7 and a team rotrnowd
f sfondstr fng men wen from lW
and Valley. The team loat to Dalla
Sigh 1S-S0, after leading tothe flrnt
half 14-S. Fouh lost them tJb game
n the last quart ar. i
Tho quad is cc ached by Prof Rue 1. !
vho Is confident that hi pr tege will '
'tmsh the etasoo with a verv credit- , 4
ible record They wilt play Amitv
Saturday mght,t)ayton the 17th, West ;
Unn the 25th and Tillamook Uawhj
i. The latter game la at Tillamook
v oiher on tb bone court at Clover.
mm Hioe H was thtxicat that ibe
ahliipet. wfcfath nTt rurtnttg
evutm la txtt 11 wimK ewttd
claim b title, Nt UH nxnol. whkb
vfk tt at putt over o mitea an
hour. obef mfmn eutwr4 with
that of the antetufw, wku la rapaaW
pt refiehtitg itr t tf tit) tbt-v
an hour and of leu ' op fat
time. Wtw of the ni.iarwt Ml
great ate and ht la trtle to a
faUMt ittoroaafciH of tsi toe
we 4 the favlrat ifttioer ihr (rt,
tra ts t.ot much more (baa m mile
AT REASONABLE PIUCE5 AT THE .
A. C VOGLER
Vt oonv Wt utherlv Ice Crenm
UEARCATS PL'T CI.AWS
The Tillamook American Igbn
fil'od an eleventh-hour engagement
at Cloverdalo Saturday night, playing
the P.earcat much to their sorrow.
Score: Bearcats .13; Legion 10.
Three of the regular Legion team
could not bo gathcted up to make
the trip, so the game is really no
criterion of the Legion's strength
U f J 1 U M.Hni... 1 1 It
iimijujjuj lYiiiiaco, in a game
previously played here Tillamook
won. A third game will be played
Clovcrdale Is out with a dental that
h baski-t ba'l court at that ntcre;
s a smaii a reporteu, or at poorly ?
Aeeording to supporter of tb team
'here the playing spare of tho Honor
: 30x60 feet and not 22x40 aa pub-
A Delco lighting system is installed
nd gives very good light, ay the
men. The Tillamook high school re--rntly
suffered defeat at aoverdalt
md Gray In writing an account of the
"nme attributed It's los as pnrt'y
lue to the size of tha hall anil Ik
- f ...
'ise (,i me nan ami in lighting ac-
ommodations. This Ctoverdale den
es. They are of the opinion thnt
they can take tho localr' measure on
my floor and only await the meet
ing of the two tonms hore on tho
fourth of Maivh,
A. B. BLOOM
Wishes to Announce
Saturday, February 11
FROM K. I. TEAM
The Cloverdalo high school dofontod
tho K .1 .team at Clovenlalo Inst Frl
'lay night 22-10. Clovenlalo refused
to go on tho floor with .loo P'nskor
in the lino-up, :onso(tiontly th0 Tiln
moo team was wtlhout it's regular
GIRL'S GAME CLOSE
UNDER NEW RULES
The first game of basket ball bp
tween girls' teams to be nlaved under
strictly girJ rules was nulled off as n
curtain raiser to tho Blaine gnmo last
rriday night. It was ono of tho most
nouy contested and fvenly played
I'ames of the year, the Reds winning
13 to 9. Thr first half ended nine all.
Miss Ruth Gould captained tho whin
ing team and Miss Wnnda Haltom tho
Uluos. Coach French reforced.
State game commission appropriates
We500 for fish hatchery extension
Exp.rt Declares No One l Ahle to Say t
Whence Mysterious Flahes X
London.-!,,.,.,,),,. 10 ,nnii, ,,,
mcarcli. expem .o not m
m whence i1(f inysiorloiH "vagrant"
Knnla com,, ,,,, t.v,r.
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