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TUB OREGON STATESMAN: TUESDAY, APRIL 1. 1919
enough to know
4 ' rri An
L.ziJr . TT.
off Her, aaysnon
'figure the real
you get out of a
small chew of genu
ine tobacco and the
way it lasts and
good old Gravely
has got vour or-
REAL CHEW1 H0 PLUG
, Ptttg packed in paucru
r Oregon Boys and Girls Given
Credit for Important In
Illustrated with, pictures and con
taining sketches of numerous boys
,fnd girlsv of Oregon who hare been
successful in industrial jclub work
a 48-page booklet, the 1919 edition
.on club work has been Issued by the
state department of education. In
preparing, the pamphlet the. depart
ment -has had the cooperation of the
United States department of Agri-
: culture "and Oregon Agricultural col
lege. The manual was 'compiled by
- N. C. Maris, one of the field workers
of the Industrial department.
, In a foreword of congratulation
for patriotic and industrial services
rendered . . State ' Superintendent
Churchill dedicates the volume to the
club workers. The work of the club
and their camp at the Oregon state
fair are described In letters by sev
eral boys and girls under the caption
"My Trifr to the State Fair." Pict
ures and personal experiences and
sketches about different industrial
projects are shown of the following
boys and girls, all of whom are en
titled to the summer course at O.'A.
C. in June: - '
Maud Spain, Union county, can
ning Vera Owens, Jackson county,
corn; Helen Leeper, Douglas coun
ty, roultry; Otto Blume, Una conn-
Jackson county, rabbits; Elmer "J-
Roth, .Marlon county. swine; oej
trude -Hardt. Polk county, garden:
Grant McMillan, Multnomah county,
sheep; Ruth Renne. Multnomah
county, sewinn and canning; Russell
Jones. Polk crrunty," livestock; Eva
A riot of laughter.
Scenic and Weekly
, v One day only.
, this bird
"THE PRODIGAL LIAR"
He lied and his friends
lied . until ' they didn't
know the truth when they
heard iVand all' to ''en
a romantic' maid
up Vermont way
dinary plug backed,
off the map,"
Good taate, smaller chew,
longer life U what miketGea
nine Gravely cost lets to chew
than ordinary pla(. A ..
' ' Writ to:
for booklet on ctewin if lug.
1 Benjamin, Marion county, sheep:
( Helen Gaffney, Clackamas county.
cooking; Nichols Brlnkley, swine,:
Ralph Clark, Union county, garden
ing; Dora Johnson,. Wasco county,
sewing and , canning; Evelyn Glad.
Tillamook county, gardening and flo
ral culture; Dillow Smith, Tillamook
county, dairying; Frances Johnson.
Wasco county, baking; Ella L. Yirby.
Wasco county, sewing; Celena Tre-
mayn, Clackamas county, turkeys:
Donald C. Baner, -Clackamas county,
ducks, v Oliver Feustm'an, Marion
county, sheep; Theodore Resch.
Clackamas county, swine.
Marie - and Pauline Gienger and
uiaays unnnanan are in a group
picture as the winning canning team
at the 1918 Oregon state fair and
the book has cuts of Harold Reynolds
of Independence, president, and Mar
garet Bonney of The Dalles, secre
tary, of the capital prise winners or.
ganization. The members of this
organization for 1917 and :l all of
whom attended - the summer course
at O. A. C. in June, are shown in a
group cut. They are Louise Morgen-
sen, William Blake, - Jr., Margaret
Bahnsen. Harold Reynolds, Alice Ja-
quet, Madison Nichols, -Margaret
Bonney, Raleigh Middleton, Beatrice
Angus, Monroe R. Cooley, Eva Black
well, Exie Morgan, Burton, Hutton.
Hazel Bursell, Frank Eggler, Chris
tina" Olson. Leo Thompson, Andfew
Stevens. Another cut shows seven
boys who are members of the Port
land Milk Goat club and their -prin
cipal. A page is devoted to the late
Theodore B. Wilcox and the late
Henry L. Pittock who supported the
club work. , ' f
L. P. Harrington has resigned af
ter devoting five years to Industrial
club work with the educational de
partment and the manual gives a
detailed review of his service togeth-
er with his picture.
Cut Thi Oott It . is Worth ; Money
" DON"T MISS THIS Cut out' this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley .& Co..
2835 Sheffield avenue., Chicago, 111
writins vour name and address clear
ly. ba will receive In return a trial
tw ckce containing Foley's' Honey
and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds
and croup,? Foley's Kidney pills and
Foley's Cathartic tablets. J. C
BODY BY ROAD
(Continued 4rromf Page 1).
The warrant f or:the arrest- of Dr.
Northcott was issued in San Mateo
on a complaint sworn to by Arthur
A. Reed, bcother of the dead nurse
: Dr. - Northcott - refused to discuss
the charge against him.'
COMMISSION FORM OF
GOVERNMENT UP AGAIN
(Continued from Page l) '
the condition of the Southern Pacific
crossings .at Union and Commercial
streets, on South Twenty-first street."
at Twelfth and Ferry, Seventeenth
andD. Trade and- Commercial.
Twelfth' and D and at Twelfth and
Center The question was referred
to City Attorney Macy with instruc
tions to notify the company to repair,
tne crossings rortawitn.
' A resolution was" tead from, the
Commercial club favoring acceptance
from, the promoters of the .caper mill
project of a proposal to give the city
a steamboat dock site in exchange
for the vacation of trade street from
Front street to the river. The com
munication was placed on file.
6 'Acts 6
i i s
Land Settlement Comzpiinon,
Created by Last Legisla- V
ture, Appointed -
Governor Olcott Saturday an
nounced the appointment of the Ore
gon Land Settlement commission cre
ated by the last legislature. The act
providing : for ,.the commission car
ried an emergency clause, so the
commission as now appointed may
proceed with its work. Contrary to
expectation no members of the recent
legislature were named on the board.
The members of the commission are:
Emery Olmsted, r Portland, presto
dent of the Northwestern National
bank. ' - .'
Robert N. SUnfield, ! Stanfield.
prominent farmer, stockman and
capitalist of Eastern Oregon. '
Whitney - L. Boise, Portland, vir
tually father of the land settlement
act, and prominent In the affairs of
Portland and the Willamette valley.
G. H. Baker," Bend, secretary, of
the central Jabor council of that city.
and Indorsed by leaders of the State
Federation of Labor.
Charles. Hall. Marsh field, president
of the Bank of Southwestern Ore
gon and of the Coos and Curry Tele
phone company,' and prominently
identified with ' various activities fa
The tenure of office of the appoin
tees will be as follows: Emery Olm
sted to January 1. 1923, four years;
Whitney L. Boise, to January 1.
1920, one year; Robert N. Stanfield.
to January 1, 1920, one year; G. H.
Baker; to January- 1, ' 1921, - two
years; Charles Hall, to January 1
1922, three 'years.
- An act. appropriating $50,000 is
made by the act creating the com
mission, which further provides that
after-five members have been ap
pointed and have organized,' they
may Incorporate under the laws of
the state. The corporation may is
sue bonds when it deems necessary,
but not in excess of the - net assets
of the corporation, the bonds to be
binding upon the corporation, but
lot an obligation against the state.
Although the act Itself provides
for an appropriation of only $50,000,
an additional $647,500 will he avail
able for the commission-if the elec
torate passes favorably upon the $5,
000,000 reconstruction measure at
the special election on June Z, the
reconstruction : bill , specifically pro
viding that this sum may be devoted
to the land settlement work; and the
money will be used in cooperation
.with -the federal government.
-Power is granted to the new com
mission .to acquire real property by
purchase or gift, and to '' improve.
lease; sell, " or . otherwise dispose of
land. Further, it Is empowered to
acquire real property through exer
cise of the right of eminent domain.
Soldiers and sailors are to have
preference under the act, and it Is
contemplated that the commission
cooperate fully with the federal gov
ernment tor land settlement purpos
es. One of the commission's inac
tions is. agricultural training of pros-
i "The selection of the personnel of
this board was made only after days
of consideration and after confer
ences with friends of the measure,
said oovernor Olcott in making pub
lic nthe names of members. "It be
came apparent to me, early, In y
conslderauon of the act, that -with
but five members on the board It
woum be impossible to see that J ail
interests were directly represented
and "obviously t bcame . necessary
,to exert every effort in covering- the
field as broadly as the limited eise
or the -commission would allow.
Aside from the numerous interests
involved, the geographical consider
ations had to be ' given careful at
tention as a matter of justice to all
i ''Land settlement legislation is In
an experimental stager particularly
tms state, and as s result the sue
cess or' failure of it will depend
largely upon : the personnel f the
commission." ' :
(Thr Stawraaa la-sleeaed to' nrtnk
coraraanJca.tiona -upoat topica of general
IntcrMt at any tim Thr M uwuit
ay limit te the toie of . "seaeral la-1
threat.' It la aakpd .oaly tkat; corr-1
vimnaeoif reir&in rrom personalitita
and UM car that Bothlnr ha arlll.a
of libelous aature. Letters nut have
rriier a nam ana adores, though not
ynmaru lor puilcaMB. bL
Yht AUs Salem? vW!
Editor Statesman:. :
While not , agreeine With all he
says. Gideon Stolz has gven us some
breakfast food for thought: -We are
all looking forward- to area! out
burst of enthusiasm when Company
M returns, and have raised a large
sum of money to fete the heroes of
the army navy and - marine corpa
sotne time In June, or after their re-
urn from offering their lives for
humanity and the honor of the flag.
That day will be declared a holiday
and will .be given over to public wel
come to our boys that will be long
remembered In local history. ! no
tice-that In all other cities the pro
gram includes a great parade, re
ceptions, free dinners and dancing.
n Aberdeen four bands have donat
ed their services and all dance pa
vilions .will be operated free to the
public day and night. ?i " ' ' v;
We-rhave raised; A large, fund for
this entertainment of the returning
vetefaf s, mostly . young men whd
have v seen the largest part of ' the
world. ; But when It comes to the
celebration, We are asked to treat
then like a- lot children at Sun
day 'school picnic, instoad of grown
men and able to Judge for themselves
what they enjoy. The dancing has
been : forbidden, and ' Salem ;. is the
only community so far known where
the bah of the blue law his cast a
chill on the spirit of enjoyment. At
a meeting of the general committee
of war mothers a specimen of the
gray mare fraternity who should have
been turned out long ago. reared up
and put her foot down and her hands
up in unholy horror and said: "There
hall be ' no i dancing pr ' I withdraw
from the committee and our church
wiir condemn' the whole reception.'
, There -'were many v good"; women
present with" noble sons In the ser
vice who would have been happy to'
go on' record as overruling her ob-,
jections, aud one prominent member
of the committee with two sons at
the front did blurt out her indigna
tion, but religious radicalism has its
way. As between the whole-hearted
ways of a town like Aberdeen and
thev queer attitude of a' fewsmall
minds as manifested at Salem, It is
not hard to guess, in which commun
ity a returning fighter for his coun
try would feet most at home. It also
chills the ardor and enthusiasm of
many a man :who is struggling in
many ways to " make - Jhls his home
town a 'Hve one. - I must admit I
have some . friends among .these
would-be-saints who are too good to
live In this imperfect world, of whom
I am heartily ashamed". They stiou!4
remove to some more ratified atmoa
phere; where people do not have t6
struggle With the problems of keept
ing a town alive.. ' - ; ; , ;
We. are freeborn Americans with
the. right to our opinions, and, thank
God. dancing has not yet been made
a crime- 'It is a social accomplish
ment against - which puritanism ' has
railed ever since I can remember, by
people more religious than humane
and who either never learned i to
dance or have passed the. age when
anything is a pleasure to them but
putting a social slur n all who do
noj feel and think and act as they
do. It would be interesting to know
how much more the gray mare ele
ment put up for "Fgf"
f the Midlers. How many boys thf
sent to fight for the. flagr ahdWU
if their boys don't dance,
better soldiers they were than those
wno ao7 ior oaw, uov
mmee reverses ii cu
the boys a good baH when Company
M comes 'home. I am tired ot - nav -
inr a fine, intelligent -community
like Salem misrepresented Md die
tated to by a small element; that is
both absurd and not in loucn witn
the great masses of American people.
woi. E,. noicr.
TUB HEB OP ' ALL PAIX
Mrs. L. Wat ue 2726 Third street-
Ocean Park. Calif., writes: j "I' am
thankful to say Foleys Kidney Pills
rM m of all mv naln. I advise any
one to try them alter me gooa wbj
did me. Backache, , sore muscles.
stiff or swoHein - join rneumaucj
pains are Indications or kianey iron
ble. oiey a iivaney puis are wib,
liaoie. j. exi.
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Automobile Exchange U
UfldeT NeW M OiagenieV
- . - v ' -,"
The Salem Auto Exchange Is now j
unfler new manarement- Last week
t-rMt to r.eoree Sicer Portland 1
and the two are now In management 1
m loh. Mr.
w , T ' J
lem' Auto Exchange since he pur-j
chased It some time ago from C. A-
-wh-ii f m fflA.r.wM' crazed
.;i.. .;Jv..i.... u Pnrti. Ka-1
fore cdming here. The business win
continue afits old headtjuartc-s, 229
State "street. -
Robert Diems Automobile
4, - , n - .C I
DtOien LOJiy On oanaaying from the other in some details
A Ford automobile, bearing the 11-1
nnmhr 9fii 4 ntrri lwlonrlnE 1
to i?nhArt tilim of rural route Xo. 8; 1
Salem; was stolen from the street
near 14m vaiuvuv tunuu
morning and there Is no clue t the
theif. :.The car Is of the 117 moaei
and bears the Initial "13' on eacn
side of, the 'body.' Two years .ago a
Foxd car belonging to V. B. Klrcher
was stolen from the same place and
never recovered, and ' at that timfc
two . mackinaws were, taken by the
thieves from the, piem car.
HCRRICAXE PELATS SHIP
PHlLDEIiPHlA: March 31. Af-
ter encountering a hurricane three
days, the steamer Galesurg, -an' ar
my cargo carrier brfjglng 21 casual
of - the forty-second sanitary squad.
tyenty-ninthT division. In " chafes. "6f
Ma:Jor Ralph 75. Balch, (Kalamazo
City. Mich., of the medical corpj.
docked here todav
oocM BCTe toaay
LEMONS MAKE SKIN i
WHITE. SOFT. CLEAR
w " - : V
SMJaQ AIMS 1ITMUI J JVUVI1 VK w
fent nd tor tVo,m,e!f-
; wi-'fe - t.,..'
bleTnlshes; to whiten, the skin atfd
to bring out the roses the freshness
and the hidden beauty? But lemon
- ia ,AMfAM i-i..
ing. and should.' be mixed, f with
orchard white, then shake well andl
orchard white- this vway. Strain
throuch a- fine cloth the lutee - of
two fresh lemons into a bottl eon- Portland team. It now develops, ae
taining about three ounces of cording to Judge McCredie, that Buf
toii. have a whole nnarter niut of faloV release giving the player was
skin and complexion lotion atibout I
the cost one usually pays for a small
Jar of ordinary cold cream'. Be sure
to strain the lemon lutce so no bulolto
gets into the bottle, then this lotion
will - remain pure, and fresh for
months. When applied daily to the
face, neck. arms, and . hands , it
should help to bleach, clear, smooth
en and heautify tthe akin. " .AS,' :
Any , druggist , will supply
ounces of orchard white at very lit-J
tie iOBl and the "grocer hasj the
lejoibns. ; - I
Exhibition of ; War Materiel
to Be in Salem for
The Victory loan trophy train will
arrive In Salem Wednesday at 1:45
p. m. and will remain until 4:45 p.
m., according to announcement made
yesterday by F. G. Deckebach, county
chairman of. the- Victory Loan com
mittee.7 vaile the location of the
train has not been fixed, it probably
will be at Trade and South Commer
cial streets as that is considered the
most convenient location.
Cherrians. in1 charge of Fred Man
gis, drill master, high school cadets,
members of Company M, in charge
Of Captain Hewlett, and. police offi
cers -will serve as a guard for the
train and to handle the crowds
which are expected to view the tro
phies which will be exhibited.
Efforts will be made to have the
Cherrlan, high school Rosebud, and
Chemawa bands to ' furnish music
for. the occasion. The plan Is to
make the stay of the train in Salem
as much of a holiday as possible
spd stores and schools will be asked
to close in order that all may see
(the exhibits.' - .
, The train will be accompanied by
Bert' E. Heney. United States dis
trict attorney. Walter H. Evans.
Judge J. P. Kavanaugh, and Arthur
j H. Spencer, all of Portland. There
will be soldiers who have had actual
experience with the various field
pieces and tanks' to ' demonstrate
their operation. Some of the ma-
chine guns will be fired, blank car-
tridges being used. " - J ;
, - .. m ' m . .. i. . .
VoanAicnl " fAeetmv
: ConunCUCed QV VQllUstS
: i n . .
l Aa evangelistic campaign under
the leadership of Rev. - A. Sterling
Barner waa rommencd bv the First
Baptist church with the service Sun-
l r nght. Rev. Barner-s text was
"Come, for all "things are now
ready" and he gave a ' forceful ln-
j terpretation of his theme. His topic
1 . . !,,,. :ani tnntt
he will speak on "One times one.
O. 3. Gingrich1 Is directtag the
,choir which leads .the &ong services
at the meetings. 'There Will be ser
vices each nlghl-except Saturday.
OP MUCH GRAIN
5 p J l M. ;n
i , erminai IS line to UeV
preliminary report submitted today
I to the dock commission here by the
lard of f ive engineers recently em-
PW? xo lavesugaie xnewuse oi ine
elevator at the St. onns ter-
inaU' gaTe the opinion that the
subsidence was due to defective de-
-t V- t- -, I...!
&t workon the repai-s may pro-
Uttucture. Measures to remedy the
defects Were recommended.
A Cummings and Howard Holmes
submitted a majority report as to
the' best methods to.be adopted and
W. R Phllipps. the fifth membe-
ISHDnmiea a muoruy repuri., umcr-
m.j - t A A JIM..
While no aenr.ue - sum ate nas
been made by the engineers of the
cost, of remeuymg me cetecis. it is
reported that they may be anywhere
from 1150.000 to S 300.000.
Individual chocolates 5 cents. Fo
sale everywhere. :
Four Players Win Places
in National Tournament
NEW YORK. March 31Foiir
players today won -places-' in the
third round of the national indoor
tennis championship singles when
play was resumed at tee Seventh
Regiment armory. S. Howard Vosh-
ell. the "playing-throw"" champion;
while not in his best form, bad an
eapy time defeating Cory M. Amer
ican in. straight , sets. , 6-2, 6-0.
Frank C. Anderson.: the junior of
the Kings county club, showed his
speed and skill In beating Henry S.
Parker after three furious sets. The
score was .6-1, .11-13, 6-z.
Portland Pitcher Claimed
b Buffalo Baseball Club
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PORTLAND, Or.. March 31. The
Buffalo Club of the International
lJL ViTJpT' k ?i.
JfT, J?Jthf??t tIand. ba" team
" ffVES f" nd .VT1?80
W. McCredie. president of the
.rAneiJlb- the astrB claim Is
TaJId nd ..Copr must go to Buffa-
M' ooper reported himself a free
1 ont when ' he was signed by the
dtned by the team manager onjy.1
pusteaa or by the president of the
1 rlub as would have been necessary
make it valid
MISSION'S LOCKED IX
PARIS. March 31. The French.
British and Ser,biaB missions which
were In Budapest when the Hungar-
threelian revolution broke out have arrived
at Belgrade. ' They were imprisoned
in their living quarters, but not sent
Three flavors Jo
; suit alj tastes.
83 SURE to CCt
Third Grade Text Book His
. Peculiar Illostration for )
; - -'. -r ' Fairy Tales '.' ':l
HELENA., MU March 31.
Easy Road to Readiag. adopted
as a third grade reader by the staU
text book .commission .appeared tor
iise , in the public ; schools fa Fort
Benton. Mont.; with a half tone pho
tograph of William Hohenzollern"
it is announced here. i
The. discovery was made by-C.. M.
Luce, of the public school system of
Fort Benton, who sent the' book to
the state! authorities. Steps have
jbeen taken to 'preventf urther dis
tribution of the book in Montana. J
' , The volume is a simple little book
of fairy stories nd talw from myth
blogy. The book 'arrlved. with, the
picture inserted In the middle of the
.volume. " - ' -' ' " I
I The pictures does Bot bear any
,title. When the book Is opened. Je
cause of the position of the 'picture
and the heavier paper a whieh it
13 printed, the book will invariably
fly . open, disclosing the -view pf the
former' kalier.1 The picture' has
nothing whatever to do with the
'subject matter of the book aid is
entirely foreign to its substance. The
half tone is of the kaiser . In civil
ian and highly formal dress with
the mustaches much in evidence;
The picture did - not appear in the
samples, according- to the text book
commission. 1 ' : : . - - -
Submarines in Homes
'.. Shown on -Ki C. Screens
SAN' FRANCISCO, March 31.'
Uncle Sam's submarines released
from .their aduous duties of chas
ing the -kaiser's ""tin fish" out of the
deeps, have gene, into the movies.
Emulating, the example ot the ar
my flyers at Rockwell field, who re
cently put on a "flying ' circus" be
fore a. battery of movie sharp shoot
ers, the divers have been put through
a series of practice dives and aquatic
stunts for the benefit of the screen
fame.'". i . ..f.
The first runs ot both the flying
and diving pictures were shown to
the men best fitted to criticize thenv
the air pictures being displayed on
the screen at the Knights of Colum
bus clubhouse at Rockwell field, and
the diver pictures at the K. C, hit"
at the United States naval base, San
Pedro: - .-. .--
Roseburg Folk View
"'-: : "Victory Trophy Train
ROSE BURG." Or., '.March 31.
Kearly20.00o- residents t .Southern
Oregon. saw the victory loan trophy
train today. Stationed at Oakland
at T o'clock. this morning, after hav
ing traveled all night from Klamath
Falls, the exhibits of captured Ger
man, guns and engines of war stopped
St six other towns south of Roscburg
leaving thatVcity, late tonight; for
Maj-stield - Five - thousand people
sawtbe exhibits at Medtord.-where
H LI 4
and personal for
you is .
in its clr-tteht
0 goocto that b
wprthv -of your
because cf its
,the train waa met with a noisy dem- '
onstratlon.' The' band was out and
the home guard company1 acted as r
j an escort of honor for the lraln .
The trophy train will cover the ,
Coos Bay line toBiorrow,' ending the
day at .Eugene and ' Wednesday has
a heavy schedule reaching from Cor
valls and Albany down the east 'side
to Oregon City. ' .' t :
Prisoner Gets Arrested -t
Two Times in Scccestion
PORTLAND, Ore , March 31. W. II.
.Crawford, former public accountant
of the state of ' Arlzpna, arrested
here Sunday on a felony . warrant
from Arizona alleging non-support
of his wife was set free today on,
habeas corpus proceeding, but was
rearrested almost immediately on a
new similar charge. Crawford who
has been working 'here recently, al-,
leged ia a statement that bis ir
rest was a political move by his en
emies in Arizona.
I PHOENIX, Ariz - March 31.
Deputy Sheriff E. A. Smith ; will -leave
tomorrow 'for Portland, Ore.,
to bring back W. IL Crawford ar
rested there, on a felony warrant,
charging non-support of his wife, ac-?
cording to an 'announcement tonight
at "Sheriff Joha Montgomery of
fice. The warrant was issued last
November. Crawford formerly was
a public accountant here but notic
ing is known. Says sheriff's office,
of his political enemies -who he is
said to have blamed for his arrest. ,
Jf. J. Adams (s District ' .
Supervisor of Chamber
' PORTLAND. Or.. March Sl Ap-
pointment of district supervisors for
each of several parts of Oregon, to
keep alive interest In the' new Ore-;
gon Chamber of Commerce was an-;
nounced tonight by George Quale,
secretaryof the-chamber. E. ;J.
Adams will have charge of the work
in the counties west, of the Cascade
mountains; W. Newell of. the
northeastern portion , and John J.
Ethefldge of the Coos Bay 'district '
Each -will study the local needs and
conditions in his district.T
ENROLLMENT BIGGEST YET ,
EUGENE. Or . March 3 1. The
first day's enrollment at the begin
ning f the third term at the Uni
versity f Oregon today was-1,323.
which Is the largest enrollment ,1n
the history of the institution. Be
tween 50 and CO new students en
rolled. - . -;
MAGEK SUCCEKBS BLAIX
SEATTLE. Wash.. March 3li
Captain. W. A, Magee, assistant dis
trict manager in charge of wo3dcn
ship construction for the United
State shipping hoard today brcame
district manager to succeed Captain
Blain, resigned. - - r
KTHOUI MAIIE f OACII
. BERKELEY, Cal.. March fc31, -Johnny
Stroud, for aevcraj " years
graduate manager of "the UniTerslty !
of California.' has ,1een appointed
assistant football coach (or next sea-;
son, it was announced today. He
has been la the military service. :