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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 27, 1907.
DUEL AT PUNTING
Cornell Defeats Princeton by
' Narrow Score.
WALDER IS STAR OF GAME
Clinches A'lctory for Ithacans by
Kicking Goal After Princeton
Has Scored Five by a Mere
Fluke ft Hnrlcn.
ITHACA. X. T., Oct. M. Cornell's vic
tory over Prneelton today iy a score of
t to 5 will go down In Cornell' football
annals as the most remarkable gridiron
struggle In the history of the Percy
The first half, In which neither side
scored, was a continual punting duel be
tween Walder. for Cornell, and Harlen,
for Princeton, In which the Cornell man
had the decided advantage. At no time
during the spectacular struggle in the
half did the ball approach near enough
to either goal than the five-yard line.
Walder was responsible for the only
Cornell touchdown, and clinched the vic
tory for the Ithacans by kicking the goal.
The Princeton score was a fluke.
PEXNSY SHOWS WEAK FORM
Deserves the Drubbing Administered
by the Indians.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 26. The Univer-'f-
'slty of Pennsylvania football eleven, on
j.-; Franklin Held this afternoon, tried to
avenge the 24 to 6 defeat at the hands of
the Carlisle Indians last year, and the
result was: Indians 26, Pennsylvania 6.
It was not so much Carlisle's strength
r . that made the game so one-sided as it
, was Philadelphia's weakness. Pennsyl
" " " vanla played a nerveless game and was
outclassed In every department. The In
dians' exhibition of forward passing was
.r -irORWARD PASS IS EFFECTIVE
(sticceeclsHn Scoring Against liar-
' yard Second Time This Season.
. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 26. Harvard
had Its football slate blotted for the sec.
ond time this, season by failing to win
from the Sprinpfield Training School by
, -ft greater score than 9 to 5.- The Sprlnfleld
- eleven used the forward pass a score of
: .times successfully.
.. . Eugene High 21; Albany College 0.
EUGENE, Or., Oct. 26. (Special.) The
" Eugene High School defeated the football
'team from Albany College on Klncaid
Field here today by a score of 21 to 0.
The Albany team was strong In the line,
but the High School played a much faster
game and scored decisively in both
FARMERS DEFEAT WHIT WORTH
Corvallls Plays Slow Game, but
' Wins by Score of 6 to 0.
.-; CORVALLIS, Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
In the most spectacular football game
r-iever seen here, O. A. C. defeated Whlt
;i " worth College, of Tacoma, this afternoon
by a score of 6-to 0.
Whitworth played a finished game of
"open ball, using the forward passes and
' quarterback kicks so effectively as to
"'. get near enough to O. A. C.'s goal to
try two kicks from placement. The Ore
gonlans were much stronger on' straight
football, , but played a slow game. The
. .'open character of the play sent the ball
from one end of the field to the other In
quick changes, and kept the grandstand
In extraordinary suspense.
The Oregonians used no trick plays, but
relied entirt!; on straight ball. Whit
worth punted ten times for 336 yards; O.
A. C. six times for 1S7. Whitworth rushed
the bail' 20 yards: O. A. C. 110. Whit
worth worked the forward pass for a net
gain of 57 yards.
The singte touchdown was made by
Cady, who caught the ball thrown to
a whitworth player in a forward pass
'" S .-and ran 5 yards across the line.
( Eight hundred to 1000 people witnessed
i; Jl -the game.
The halves were 25 and 20 minutes and
Archie' Hahn was referee. Line-up:
O. A. Ci , Whitworth.
Dobbin R E Phlpps
Jamison ,R T Schroder
Barbar R G Ruber
Kelley C .' McLeod
Pendergrass, Capt L G. Biley
Bennet L T McLoud
Kmlly L E Dennis
Cannon , Q Paul
Rinehart R H... Brousch. Capt
(oppet LH Coubre
Wolfe F Metzger
f: BOWIilXG TEAMS SELECTED
Games Scheduled for Winter Season
by Oregon Association.
The executive committee of the Ore-
. r Ron Winter Bowling Association, which
'-vha been at work on a schedule for
he winter games, has picked their
teams and announced the dates of the
games. There will be eight teams In
the league, each composed of six play
ers. All the games will be rolled on
the Oregon alleys. A great deal of
g -interest Is taken in-bowllng during: the
Winter months, and It Is safe to say
that the tenpln game is almost as popu
lar as any other sport in the Winter
' ! months. The following are the teams
and the players on each:
Hicks uhatton Flandermeyer, Allen,
fc,dgar Baker. Vanderkalk, Hicks, Koch.
""Oregons Barbour. Ambs, Raymond,
-Weleen, Endrea, Boland.
Beavers Sclimelty, Kneyse, Hague,
Boulanger, Gaillard, Dale.
a , Columblas Lamond, '.Armitage, Mel
' "ten. Kalk, Deavers.
'" Portlands Moore, McMonles, Davies,
" fancies, Idjloeek, Christian.
f W illamettes Case, Wright, Kees,
. Heart, i'eters.
Sunnysldca Kruse, Capen, Harring
ton, stein. hSrinkley, F. Christian.
Rose City McManomy, Ogden, Ton-
sing, an Horn, Hysmith.
The season opens tomorrow night,
Nfi ith a game between the Portlands
- nd Sunnyshles.' Following is the
Schedule for Winter tournament
Oct. 2S. Portland vs. Punnyside.
Oct. 29. Columbia vs. Beavers.
Oct. HO. ureeon vs.. Rose Citv.
Oct. 31. Hicks-Chatten vs. Willamette.
-nov. 4. Munnysuie vs. Columbia.
Nov. 5. Willamette vs. Oregon.
' Nov. 6. Portland vs. Rose City.
.Nov. 7. Beavers vs. Hicks-Chatten.
Nov. 11. Columbia vs. Hicks-Chatterf.
Nov. 12. Sunnyside vs. Beavers.
Nov. 13. Willamette vb. Rose City.
Nov. 14. Portland vs. Oregon.
Nov 18. Sunnyside vs. Willamette.
Nov. 19. Beavers vs. Oregon.
Nov. 20 Hii ks-Chatten vs. Rose City.
Nov. -1. Portland vs. Columbia.
Nov. 25. Columbia vs. Oregon.
Iov. 26. Sunnyside vs. - Hicka-Chatten.
YESTERDA Y'8 FOOTBALL SCORES.
At New Haven-rTale 45. Villa
At West Point Army SO. Roches
At Cambridge Harvard 9. Spring
field Training School 5.
- Atf Ithaca Cornell 0, Princeton 5.
At Prlnecton Princeton Freshmen
13, Cornell Freshmen O.
At Carlisle Lehigh 6, Dickinson 6-
At Haverford, Pa. Haverford 6.
At Pittsburg Western University
of Pennsylvania 12, Bucknell o.
At Richmond University - of Vir
ginia 8, University' of North Caro
At Philadelphia Indians 28, Penn
At Hartford Trinity 8, Wm
At AmhSrst Dartmouth 15.
At Worcester University of
mont 6. Holy Cross 0.
At Bedford, Mass. University of
Maine 4. Tufts O.
At watervllle, Me. Bowdoln 5,
At Andover, Mass. University or
Pennsylvania Freshmen - 18. Phillips
Andover Academy 0.
At Cambridge, Mass. Brown
Freshmen 5, Harvard Freshmen O.
At Providence Brown 24. Will
At Annapolis Navy 17, Lafayette
At Washington Maryland Agri
cultural. College, 11; George Wash
ington University O.
At Swarthmore Swafthmore 12,
At Nashville Vanderbllt OS, Rose
At Lancaster, Pa. St. Johns Col
lege 17, Franklin and Marshall 11.
At Ann Arbor Michigan 22. Ohio
State University 0.
. At Madison Illinois 10, Wiscon
At St. Louis St. Louis University
47, Creighton University is.
At Salt Lake University of Utah
17, Colorado School of Mines 11.
At Denver Colorado College 14. '
Denver University 0.
At Leavenworth, ' Kan. Agrlculr
tural College 10, Kansas Univer
At Fort Shaw, Mont. Fort Shaw
Indian School 27. Montana Wesiey
At St. Louis Washington Uni
versity 88, Cape Girardeau Normal o.
At Columbia Missouri University
47, William Jewell College 0.
At Monmouth, 111. Monmouth So,
At New Orleans Tulane University
13, Howard College (Birmingham) o.
of Georgia 0. University of Atlanta 0.
At Montgomery, Ala- University
of Georgia 0, University of Atlanta 0.
At Atlanta Auaurn 12,. Georgia '
At Belolt, Wis. Belolt Collegs 18,
Oshkosh Normsl 6.
At ' Lincoln Nebraska ' 22, Colo
rado 8. -
Ia. Ames 17, Cornell
At Des Moines
-Iowa University 25,
At Portland Oregon 21, Idaho 5.
At Pullman W. S. C. 70. Spokane
Athletic Club 0.
At Corvallls O.
A. C 6,
At Seattle Washington 40, Che
At Hoquiam Hoqulam 11, Cen
tral la 0.
At Eugene Eugene High 21, Al
bany College 0-
Nov. 27. Beavers vs. Rose City.
Nov. 2S. Willamette vs. Portland.
Dec. 2. Hicks-Chatten v. Oregon.
Dec. 3. Portland vs. Beavers.
Dec 4. Sunnyside vs. Rose Cltv.
Dec. 6. Columbia vs. Willamette.
Dec. 9. Sunnyside vs. Oregon.
Dec. 10. Beavers vs. Willamette.
Dec. V- Columbia vs. Rose City.
Dec. lit Portland vs. Hicks-Chatten.
Dec. 16. Sunnyaide vs. Portland.
Dec. 17. Willamette vs. Hicks-Chatten.
Dec. 18. Rose City vs. Oregon.
Dec. 19. Beavers vs. Columbia.
Dec 23. Columbia vs. Sunnyside.
Dec. 24. Oregon vs.' Willamette.
DecJ 26. Rose City vs. Portland.
Dec. 27 Hicks-Chatten vs. Beavers.
Dec 30. Hicks-Chatten vs. Columbia.
Dec. 31. Beavers vs. Sunnyside.
Jan. 2. Rose City vs. Willamette.
Jan. 3. Oregon vs. Portland.
Jan. 6. Willamette vs. Sunnyside.
Jan. 7. Oregon vs. Beavers.
Jan. 8. Rose City vs. Hicks-Chatten.
Jan. 9. Columbia vs. Portland.
Jan. 13. Oregon vs. Columbia.
Jan. 14. Hicks-Chatten vs. Sunnyside.
Jan. 15. Rose City vs. Beavers.
Jan. 16. Willamette vs. Portland.
Jan. 20.-Oregon vs. Hicks-Chatten.
Jan. 21. Beavers vs. Portland.
Jan. 2?. Rose City vs. Sunnyside.
Jan. 23. Willamette vs. Columbia.
Jan. 27. Hicks-Chatten vs. . Portland.
Jan. 28. Willamette vs. Beavers.
Jan. 29. Rose City vs. Columbia.
Jan. 30. Oregon va. Sunnyside.
Feb. 3. Portland vs. Sunnyside,
Feb. 4. Columbia vs. Beavers.
Feb. 5. Oregon vs. Rose City.
Feb. 6. Hicks-Chatten vs. Willamette.
Feb. 10. Sunnyside vs. Columbia.
Feb. 11. Willamette vs. Oregon.
Feb. 12. Portland vs. Rose City.
Feb. 13. Beavers vs. Hicks-Chatten.
Feb. 17. Columbia vs. Hicks-Chatten.
Feb. 18. Simnyside vs. Beavers.
Feb. 19. Willamette vs. fRose City.
Feb. 20. Portland vs. Oregon. .
Feb. 24. Sunnyside vs. Willamette.
Feb. 25. Beavers vs. Oregon.
Feb. 26. Hicks-Chatten vs. Rose City.
Feb. 27. Portland vs. Columbia.
March 2. Columbia vs. Oregon.
March 3. Sunnyside vs. Hicks-Chatten.
March 4. Beavers vs. Rqee City.
March 5. Portland vs. Willamette.
March 9. Hicks-Chatten vs. Oregon.
March 10. Portland vs. Beavers.
March 11. Sunnyside -vs. Rose City.
March 12. Columbia vs. Willamette.
March 16. Portland vs. Hicks-Chatten.
March If. Beavers vs. Willamette.
"March 18. Columbia vs Rose City.
March 19. Sunnyside vs. Oregon.
Races at Jamaica.
NEW TORK, Oct. 26. Jamaica race re
sults: Five and a half furlongs Momentum
won. Golden Shore second. L'Amour third;
time. 1 :07 2-5.
Mile and a sixteenth Green Seat won.
Merry England second. Kllllecrankle third;
time. 1:47 2-5.
The Llnbrook handicap, six furlongs A.
Rase won, Lady Winifred second; Fancy
third; time. 1:13 3-5.
The Snuthold handicap, mile Master
Robert won. Gretna Green second, Faust
third: time. 1:47.
Handicap, 1 miles Lane Allen won.
Right Royal second. Tommy Waddeit third;
time. 1:54 S-R.
Six furlong Ida D. won, Bolando second.
Mlramar third; time, 1:14 3-6.
First Soccer Rally of Season.
The first rally . of the . Portland As
sociation Football t-.ub was held on the
Vaughan-street baseball grounds yes
terday afternoon,, when over 30 enthu
siasts assembled and after organizing
two teams played an interesting game.
The soccer nlavern nnmrf n pnmmltta.
which will meet Tuesday night for the1
purpose of drawing up a schedule of
games for the season. Games are to
be played with crack teams from
British Columbia and other Northwest
ern points and a most successful sea
son Is anticipated.
Those who cnange from other shoes
to Hanan's never change back. A
Hanao customer is a persistent cua-
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STANFORD RUGBY IS READY
CHANGES MADE IX TEAM ADD
Success or Failure of English Game
to Be Determined In I n terra r
slty Match Thanksgiving.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Oct. 23.
With the Intercollegiate game with Cal--ifornla
but two weeks away, the Cardi
nal fifteen is fast rounding: into shape for
the contest, which is to decide the fate
of the present Rugby campaign.
The -position of fullback appears . at
last to be solved by placing Brown, a
freshman, in that place. His kicking is
nothing short of marvelous in its ac
curacy and distance. The boy has given
no indications of stage-fright as yet.
Fenton hag slipped into the position of
half without difficulty. Is mixed up in
every play, and his kicking into touch al
ways relieves the forwards and gains the
Jasper Holman is again at his old po
sition out on the wing. Saturday's game
with the Barbarians showed that this
fleet runner has lost none of his ' speed.
The other wing Is one of the doubtful
places on the team. Reed and Cook seem
to be having an even fight for the po
sition. Pemberton and Minturn, the two
former varsity men, who were given a
scare by being relegated to the second
team, have been reinstated. Thorpe sus
tained a severe injury to his shoulder
Saturday and may not be able to get into
shape in time to play against California.
Captain Koerner, Terrlll, Crawford an?
Miller will be the other forwards, with
Rhyne to complete the list - in case
Thorpe Is unable to get into the game.
Mayers has recently displaced C. Pem
berton at wing forward.
It is the opinion of experts that Stan
ford's back field is to be the greatest
scoring machine the Pacific . Coast has
ever seen. Reed, Holman and Vander
voort rre ail men who are better than
10:2 in the hundred yards on a cinder
path and the remaining backs are almost
as fast. Mitchell and Ganong appear to
be fixtures at five and Vandervoort at
center. Fenton will undoubtedljuremaln
at half. Reed and Cook will settle the
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position of one wing between them and
Owen is a possible competitor for Hol
man for the other.
The Vancouver team, from Canada, has
arrived in Ban Francisco and Wednesday
and Saturday of next week will play
against the Cardinal fifteen on Stanford
Field. A great deal of interest centers
around these last, preliminary games be
cause they will furnish comparative
scores for the dope artists, who are busy
figuring out chances in the annual Stanford-California
match. Reggie Wood
ward, who accompanies the Canadians
as manager, states that he brings the
strongest team ever sent from British
INDIANS LOSE IN SEATTLE
Cbemawa Defeated byUnlversUy of
Washington by Score of 40 to 0.
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 26. (Special.)
The Chemawa Indians were nd
match for the University of Washing
ton football team this arternoon, the
latter winning by a score of 40 to 0.
The varsity scored seven touchdowns,
three in the first half and four in the
second. The Indians used line bucks
all the time. Once they made their
10-yards by three line smashes, and a
number of times held the University
one 20-yard line. The Indians never
tried an nd run nor did they essay
forward passes or quarterback kicks.
At times the University men showed
flashes of fine football, but for the
most part the playing -was not high
class. Team work was lacking and
interference was a 'minus quantity.
The line was Impenetrable and Ends
Matthews and Mackey showed marked
ability. Moxley pulled off the spec
tacular play of the day with a 70
yard run. Parker, who played quar
terback part of the first half, was tak
en out with a broken collarbone. Bad
shaw will be out of the game for two
or three weeks yet so the varsity is
now without a quarterback. Trott
was kicked in the back and will be
unable to play again for three weeks.
Moxley was sick when he entered the
game and after- his sensational run,
fainted. Tackle Flaherty is sick,
threatened with typhoid fever.
Centralia 1 1 ; Hoquiam 0.
HOQ'UIAM, Oct. 26. (Special.) The
Centralia High School football team
defeated the local High School eleven
today in a fast game by the score of
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11 to 0. The first half showed the two
teams about equal, but at the beginning
ot the second half. Grim, the giant Cen
tral ta halfback, arrived on the after
noo train and was put In the game. He
tore yardage through the light local
team and in a few minutes made a
brilliant run of 50 yards for the flret
touchdown. He failed to kick a goal.
The visitors scored again in this half
by line plunging and long runs and
Grim kicked a goal. The stars were
Dunkln, Lachepelle and Kellogg for
the locals, and Grim for the visitors.
Rain at Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 26. No game;
DAILY METF.OBOIXMilOAL, REPORT.
PORTLAND, Oct. 2a Maximum tempera
ture, 64 degrees; minimum, 62 degrees. Klver
reading at 8 A. M.. LTTeet; change in laat
24 hours, rise .3 foot. Total rainfall (S P. M.
to S P. M.), none; total rainfall since Septem
ber 1. 190T, 2.14 Inches; normal rainfall.
10.08 Inches; dellclency, 7.94 Inches. Total
wnshtna October 26, none; possible sunshine
October 25, 10 hours, 24 minutes. Barometer
(reduced to sea-level), at 6 P. M., 29.93
For the 28 hours ending midnight, Oct. 27:
Portland and vicinity Fair; northeast
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Fair; northeast winds.
Eastern Oregun, Eastern Washington and
. The high area over Britten Columbia re
mains about stationary, though the preMure
over this forecast district baa fallen during
the laat 12 houra. No rain occurred over the
district during the day except a trace at
Boise. Cloudiness continues, however, over
Western Oregon and Western Washington,
with denee fog prevailing along th. Coast
anJ the Strait of Fuca. East of the moun
tains the ky was clear. The depression over
California remains stationary. It Is decreas
ing. In energy, rain-only ocurrfng at one place
throughout the territory underlying this dis
turbance, namely, San Francisco. Cloudiness
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FOURTH AND ALDER
was, however, prevalent over the .ntire re
gion. Temperatures were lower at Eureka
but eleewhere no marked thermal changes oc
The indications point to fair weather over
this forecast district Sunday.
" PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken at 6 P. M., Pacific time,
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San Francisco. .
Local Forecaster temporarily In charre.
MT. HOOD CIRCLE. W. OF W.. announce
a Halloween whist and dancing party Tues
day evening. October 29. In the East Side
W. O. W. Hall, 112 E. 6th St. Special or
chestra and canvas off floor for dancing; re
freshments; all are welcome; admission 15c.
KI WANDA COUNCIL. NO. 11, Degree of
Pocahontas Halloween dancing party. Audi
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October Mil. Members and friends Invited. Ad
SUNRISB LODGE. NO. 105. L. A. TO B.
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MINN1CK In this city. Oct. 25. Randolph
Mlnnlck. aged 75 years. Funeral notice
Cor. 3rd and Oak Sts.
Grand Central Station Tims Card
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months, 3 days. Funeral services from the
Highland Baptist Church, cor. E. Sixth and
Alberta streets, at 11 A. M. today (Sunday),
Oct. 27. .Friends Invited. -
ROSS In this city. Oct. 20. at h.r late resi
dence, W4 Division street. Laioinda Rons,
aged 77 years. Th funeral acrvires will
be held at Finley's chapel at 10:30 A. M.
Monday, Oct. 2S. Friends Invited. Inter
ment Greenwood Cemetery.
DYE At the family home In McMlnr.vllle,
Or., Mrs. John Goss Dye, In the 2t;tn year
of her life, wife of John Dye. Interment
at Vancouver. Wash. Notice of funeral
HICKL.IN In thle city. Oct. 20, Lloyd Hick
lln. aged 25 yean". The funeral services
will be held at Troutdale at 2 P. M. today
(Sunday). Friends Invited.
i, p. FIN LEY ft SOS. Pnt-cral Directors.
No. 281 8d St., cor. Madison, l'bone Main .
Dunning, McEntee Cllbaugh, Funeral Di
rectors. 7th i'ine. Phone M. 40. Lady ast.
ERICSON UNDERTAKING CO.. 409 Aldns
St. Lady assistant. I'hone Main 6133.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.. Funeral Direct
ers, 220 Sd st. Lady assistant. Phone M. 607.
ZELLER-BYRNE8 CO.. Funeral Direct
ors. 271 Kussell. East 1088. Iuly asslstaut.
F. 8. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 Eos
Aider. Lady assistant. Phone East S3.
Portland Suburban Real Estate
Here's a genuine opportunity: 10
acres, which will plat to 55 '.ots; 50x100
feet to a 10-foot alley; Llgh and sight
ly, with magrnlllcent view. Property ad
joining; Rose City Park on the south;
on Barr road or a continuation of Hal
sey St.. east of Irvmgton. Within 5
minutes' walk of electric car; 20 min
utes." ride to center of city. Convenient
to large 27-lncli main of Bull Run
water. Ground absolutely clear of all
brush and stumps, on an established
grade. Communicate at once for price.
M.v,t.l. win h. ni3U mnph lep thnn
aslced for adjacent property similarly
REED. FIFM1S A TVNAST CO.,
102 Second at.
' Phoneas ' Main 7004 A 3SS1.
TWO SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE
PLACES' AND BIG BARGAINS
SOMETHING YOU CANT DUPLI
CATE ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
FOR THE MONEY.
$4000 Strictly modern, up-to-date 8-
room residence; walking; distance,
East Side; 12th St., near Ankeny.
82700 Corner lot, with $3500 strictly
modern 7-room cottage, finished in
elegant style; full concrete base
ment, cement ' walks, streets im
. proved. An ideal up-to-date home.
The Bunn-L&wrence Co.
248 ALDER ST.
FOR LEASE $40 MONIH
We are in position to offer a quarter
block unimproved, on. the. East Side,
on Alder st., on a long-time lease, at
$40 a month, with or without option to
purchase. Wili make 99-year lease.
Can you speculate in Portland real es
tate for any less money? Just think,
what this will be worth in ten years.
HEED, FIELDS TYNAN CO.,
lO- Second at.
Phones i Main 7004 A 3631.
BUY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
Two-story brick, on Front street,
close to Washington. Rents for $135
per month. This is a good investment.
No phone information.
REED, FIELDS TYNAN CO.,
102 Second at.
Phonrst Main 7004 A 351.
We have clients who want ware
houses on trackage. Wtll pay 10 per
It Pays to See la,
CHAPIN A BERLOW, -425
Chamber of Commerce.
Phone Main 1052.