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State's Kip Taylor Grins
r But Makes No Prediction
By MATT KRAMER
CORVALUS, Or., Sept. 15.
(.? Oregon Stale looki no bet
ter than ,a middle-of-the-heap
football team this year, but rival
are getting uneasy over 'he con
tinued grins from new Coach
There is a growing suspicion
that ' Taylorfresh from the
ranks of rough, tough midwest
ern football thinks he has some
Everything else points to a
fifth or sixth place finish for
the Beavers. The talent is about
the same as last year's team,
which finished sixth in the coast
conference. The entire coaching
staff Is new, and could be ex
pected to take at least a year to
put a new system into effect.
But there is this one thing a
howling enthusiasm by the play
ers, a spirit not seen in recent
Beaver teams. And Taylor grins.
He has 23 lettermen from last
year's squad, which was about
as potent offensively as any team
in the conference, but which was
seized by let-downs that enabled
rivals to run up even more touch
downs than the Beavers pro
duced. The question is, will the Beav
ers' new spirit preclude any let
downs? Taylor, an assistant at Michi
gan Stale last year, gives no
answer, but he grins. So do his
4 assistants, brothers Pete and
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THE. GROUXX ON WHICH TktT FUD
r suit TWL
Bump Elliott of recent Michigan
fame and line Coach Len Younce.
an Oregon State graduate who
has Just completed six years in
Uelans New Coach
This will make a natural six
years of the Beavers' opening
game against UCLA at Los An
geles Friday night. The Uelans
also have a new coaching staff
under Henry (Red) Sanders. If
either team Is to prove embar
rassing to the acknowledged lead
ers, the fact should come out
Taylor, like Sanders, features
the singlewing. To make it go
he has a first string of nine vet
erans, two sophomores. The line,
which had a defensive weakness
last year, looks stronger,, headed
by two standout guards. Captain
Tom de Sylvia and Ed .Car
mlrhael. The hacks are three deep. The
standout there is Ken Carpenter,
the conference's top offensive left
half last season.
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MEDICAL ARTS LAB
r. KnudUon 1T7 1S9 137 414
H. Bltn.r 141 1.11 l.TT 429
E. Campball 1.13 1 138 4.18
P. Martin 130 108 114 333
C. Hllllard 148 l.TT 192 431
M. Laraon 133 102 180 SOS
Barker 137 1 22 113 372
T Currin 8ft IIS 133 340
W. Bishop 08 118 88 305
r. Biatak I8S 131 123 438
M. Clrcla 151 IN) 188 488
E. Batt . 120 88 142 3M
V. Bmirock - 140 13S 111 308
H. Rvan , 118 130 129 3A8
C rinserloa 188 155 184 507
MYRTLE CR. BLDC SUPPLY
E. Ltdserwood .. 138
C. Chapln 134
M. Shlrtcliff ...... 150
K. Jo net 121
ROY O YOUNGS
G. Frcadman 104
M. Porklinaton 128
A. WrliaerW . 117
E. Sallwrt . 141
R. Porter 153
O & C Timber
To Go On Sale
Late In Month
Daniel L. Goldy, regional ad
ministrator, region I, Bureau of
Land Management, reported to
day that ten parcels of O. and C.
timber carrying a volume of 5.
415.000 board leet of timber and
750 lineal feet of cedar poles with
an appraised value of $36,627.50
will be offered for sale beginning
Seven of the parcels will be
offered for sale by sealed bias on
Sept. 27 at the regional adminis
trator's office in Portland. These
tracts carry a volume of 3.460.
000 board feet of timber and 750
lineal feet of cedar poles with a
value of $26,955.00.
The three remaining parcels
will be offered for sale at oral
auction on Sept. 26, 27 and 28.
One parcel carrying a volume
of 255.000 board feet appraised
at $2,244.00 will be offered Sept.
26 at the office of the Bureau of
Land Management. 217 Postoffice
building. Coos Bay.
Another parcel will be offered
for sale Sept. 27 at Eugene at the
bureau's office in the Postoffice
building. This tract carries a vol
ume of 575.000 board feet of Mm-,
ber appraised at $1,400.00.
The remaining parcel will be
offered Sept. 28 at Roseburg in
the Postoffice building. This tract
is valued at $6,028.50 and carries
1,125.000 board feet.
The tracts are located within
the following counties: Benton.
Douglas. Jackson, Josephine, and
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from the scene of his aquatic fisticuffs. Swetman and George
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1" r ,rgument whue the men were lishlntg.
Teachers Of Sutherlin
To Be Welcomed Friday
The teaeners of Sutherlin will
be welcomed at a reception Kri
oav evening, Sept. 16. The public
Frank Holgate, student body
president, is general chairman
lor the event and will Introduce
the entertainment and principal
speakers of the evening.
A community sing, a duet by
the Lucas sisters, solo by Pals
Ross, piano solo by Barbara Mil-
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The school superintendent,
principals, members of the facul
ty, the school board, and the Parent-Teachers
association will be
highlighted In the event.
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ended in India's Vale of Kash
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dustry for centuries.
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Railroad Adjustment Board
Bogged Down; Problems Are
For Railroad Men To Settle
By NORMAN WALKER
(For James Marlow)
WASHINGTON CTt For
IS years a sore spot has been
festering In labor relations on the
railroads. It's getting worse all
It's the main reason for the
present strike on the big Missouri
Pacific railroad. It's rankling la
bor dealings on practically every
other railroad in the country.
What's it all about? Not wages.
nor hours, nor the usual reasons
you read every day for strikes or
threats of strikes in other indus
tries. The railroad fuss Is simply this:
A growing batch of arguments
between the operating unions and
rail managers over the terms of
ine unions say some contract
clause means one thing. The man
agers say it means another. These
grievances pile up, unsettled, un
til one day there is a strike
This has been going on. and
getting worse, ever since 1934.
Then Congress, as asked by the
railroads and rail unions, set up
an agency called the National
Railroad Adjustment board: It
has panels composed of equal
numbers of union and manage
ment men, supposed to settle such
1 nere are lour panels, all based
at Chicago. All have been getting
along okay except one. That one
deals with grievances brought by
ran operating employes such as
engineers, firemen, trainmen,
Things Go Bad
Things went Dad with the
operating workers' panel from
the start. Because labor contracts
covering these workers are so
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complicated, it now has a backlog
ot more than 3,000 grievances. Of
ficials estimate it will take four
or five yeara to settle them. This
doesn't leave much room for new
So the unions representing the
the engineers and other operating
employes have just about put a
bovcott on the adjustment board.
They won't take their cases there
A few months ago railroad
managements and the unions got
together to try to clear a way
through this blockade. They
agreed to set up two more panels
to work along with the over
burdened one. The Idea was to
make prompt settlement of griev
A good Idea but Congress
hasn't appropriated the money
yet to put the new panels into
The unsettled disputes are rat
tling around until the unions get
tired ot waiting and call a strike.
A threatened atop in rail serv
ice makes a problem for the Na
tional Mediation board. This is a
seoarate agency, charged with
helping the carriers and their
unions write new contracts with
These threatened strikes have
often caused the White House to
name special fact-finding boards
to look into the trouble and at
tempt to avoid a atrike. Lately
these boards have all recom
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mended the same thing: Take the
grievances to the adjustment
board because that's Its job.
But, as we've seen, the adjust
ment board is bogged down. The
unions are sore about it, and the
railroads are facing strikes which
they feel are unjustified and un
necessary. In a number of cases railroads
. ve proposed letting an outsider
come m to make a final ruling of
pending grievances. That's arbi
tration. But the unions don't want that.
They say the cases are too compli
cated for a layman that the
railroad men themselves have to
work them out, either through
the adjustment board once It
gets working right, or In collec
Ae I was driving down Mala
Street last Saturday, another ear
awung out riiht in front of no. It
tanwd out to be Back Blake. He
went going fast It was juat that
ke had something else on his ain4
at that particular atoaaent.
Buck's really one of the nicest
fellows I've ever known. But,
sometimes he gets to day-dreaming
on the road. He sort of rets
a "blind spot" to what's going oa
about him I
Now, lata of carnally conaidar
ata folks have their "blind spots.
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PITTSBURGH. Sept. 15. CB
Erny (Tiny) Bonham, 36. veteran
Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher, died
today In Presbyterian hospital
where he had been operated 0.-1
for appendicitis. Doctors said his
death was caused by complica
tions following the operation.
The letter "S" is said to be the
most fi-equently used capital ini
tial letter in the English langu
age. A. f. Walter Kresse, M. 0.
Physician and Surgeon
U. S. National Bank Annex
Office Phone: 1300
Ra.t rairhavan Apia. Phone last
fflc hours: Mon. Thru Sat
I sit Joe Marsh
Sure You Haven't A
It could be anytkhat frasa ekr
dreaming while driving a ear to
hamming out loud at tke moria.
From where I sit, it's nighty
important to be on guard against
your owa "blind spots." The other
fellow has a right to his "share of
the road," too whether it's hav
ing a taste for a temperate glass
of sparkling beer or a desire to lis
ten to some classical music if ke
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