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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1919)
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KEPT IN SALEM
Willamette Takes Stubbornly
Fought Game From racitic
! n by 12-0 Score
Captured Student From For-
eslT prove Heads Proces-
sion Down Town
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In a bard fought football game on
SwectUnd field yesterday afternoon
tbe Willamette university eleven won
. t9-ft victory from Pacific universi
ty and captured the non-conierence
championship. The game was close
from lart to finish and atjra time
iroui ,., or tne Bearcats.
was titi'j ' A s.
flotn touchdowns were mac
second quarter, the first ball being
carried over by Dimick and the sec
ond by Rarey. t Dimick failed to noot
the ball over the post either time.
Several times during the game Pa
ct ic was within a few yards of the
goal, but was unable to 'break through
the Methodist's line for a touchdown
E." Wolf anit Stanlev were star nlay-
ers for Pacific, the former's ability
. w 1 , ,1 4 V. a 1o iDr'fi
punting making -it? difficult for Wll-j
lamelte to get ahead.
Several of Willamette's star play
eiile. was within a few yards of the
of the effects of last Saturday's game
with Chemawa. QuarteroacK irvme
v.-a a tairon nut nf the game at the be
ginning of the second quarter, and
Tobie and Brown were out. or. iona.
mum'vuii tont nut of the name al
together with the infected foot which
has been, bothering nim tor me
Both teams showed an over abun
dance of weight, and even though P
U. seemed to .be losing, its players
kept up their steady work to the end.
Th r toam were evenlv matched ac
cording to weight. Pacific possibly
having a few pounds the advantage.
Several carloads of rooters came
over with the Foret . Grove team.
U'liimoila nntnr!i tV was OHl m
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LET US IMPROVE OUR COASTS
Both touchdowns were mane
Girls: i -
We just received our first shipment of t
. 1920 HARLEY-DAVIDSON ;
Just the bicycle for the girl that wants the best wheel. With
3 the many new improvements.
Be sure to come and see them. They are on display now
; HARRYKW. SUJii i
i at !Atiii nnramercLal Street! ; . H .
f THIS WWW
Ml h . for every. kind : "m&kr-
fel ; 0F BOLSHEVIKS. m,.
W REDS, AGITATORS. -f 22
OR DISORGANIZER tesfe
1 OR BUSINES . . ll
Monday, November 10
At 10:30 A. M.
Two miles east of Salem, on Garden Eoad, consisting of 10
fine Jersey dairy cows, fresh and coming fresh, all heavy milk
ers; 2 Jersey heifers rising 3 years old, freshen in spring;
1 Jersey bull, 2 years old from the best stock; 1 Duroc brood
sow; 1 team, 5 and 6 yean old, weight about 2650 pounds, a
good general purpose team sound and true; Farm implements,
buggies, hacks, harness, etc.
Don't fJliss This Sale
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TERMS CASH ,
A. FRANKE, Owner F. N. W00DRY, the auctioneer
Phone 510 or 811
List your sales with Woodry for Ef suits
rest of the day. Uefore the icame
the captured Tacifie man waa march-!
ed down town at the head of iar
W. U. procewion and then taken toi
the Willamette bleachers. He Is th
star noarterback of the Forest Grove-
men, but la ont or the rame on ac
count of a broken- shonlder which la
pot folly recovered. -
Jast before the close of the Ram
there were aeTeraJ changes In Coach
Mathew'a line np. Rnifcey replaced
nrn t rlrht tackle. Jackaon took
m..-. niir at ift end and Soco-
lofaky relieved Wapaio ai nm
The foil Uno-ap waa as follows:
Wapato; 4 . . 1 . . HKL, .
force, both the grandstand and the
bleachers leing filled with the. stud
ents of the two institutions.
Friday night a hunch of Pacific
, an.nrot tn crt rtnto till Wll
lamette campns and leare their teetb
marks, but the rreshroan guards pre
vented their getting farther than th
ront walk. This aroused the frosb
suspicions and o a fall watcft was
iron '.it nirht. tba remainder of the
class sleeping In the gymnasium. At
abuot fifteen minutes before six
terday morning two U. P. men were
a in iv. mnit tand trying to
paint "Wallop .Willamette" on the
rnt nt tti t and. One waa cap
tured by the W. V. men and held the
llrowa, . . ..'.
Ganzans . . . .
Thomas for Brown
t 'As Inflaeax
t . mmwTriA form of GrtP. LA
.tivc unnvn QUININE Tablet
should be taken in larger doaes than
is prescribed for ordinary Grip. A
good pln la not to wait until you
.-v tint prevent IT br tak-
TjTxative BROMO QVININr
Tablets In Utne.
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. . . .Develin
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. . ..Sunler
. . Wolf
. . ..Fowler
RimwT for Itrawn fourth Quarter:
Jackson for Vinson fourth quarter: ,
Socotofsky for Wapato fourtn quar
ter. Pacific : Hoar foT woir tec
ond quarter; Schulti for Graham sec
ond quarter. Referee. Ruxeek. Wla
consin university: Umpire. Downey.
Chemawa: Head Linesman. Bennett.
Rad the ClauiilerJ Aril.
" ladies' SKoe$ '
Ladie Kid, Patent k an
Gun Metal Shos-lace or
button. Eegular $5 and $6
Our Store Mt Be, Glped Uay l uesaay.
High Grade Shoes f
Remember we show you
only high grade shoes at
prices you pay elsewhere
for the ordinary kind '
ON MONDAY THE HUNDREDS OF SALEM'S THRIFTY BUYERS HAVE FOUND IT TO
THE?RADVANTAGE TO BUY THEIR SHOES FOR THE COMING YEAR WHILE THEY
- - " CAN DO SO
ALL SHOES ON SALE
Except Hanan'i and Berg
man's. Buy now at less
than factory prices
Men's Army Shoes
Odd lot men's army shoes,
not all sixes. Regular $7
and $3 values. Will not
last long at
Witch Elk Shoes
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Our regular $0 Witch Elk
Shoes will be $12 for
rpring. rf Buy them now at
M : Prices Ltss than ttie Manufacturers
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Ladies' Sporting Boots
Light horsehide boots, 12-
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inch top, bellows, tongue,
leather sole and heels.
Price was $8.00. On sale
One lot Hanan Shoes and Pumps in sixes 2 1-2 to 4 only. Staple
and fancy styles,' not" the latest last but worth $8, $10, and $12
LADIES' HANAN SHOES AND PUMPS
Children's black, brown
and patent leather shoes.
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2. Regular
Ladies' Comfort Shoes
Ladies' vici Wd comfort
shoes, leather or rubber
heels. .Plain or cap toes.
LADIES' FANCY SHOES
Black, brown, and patrat leather with cloth tops, high heels,
all sizes in the lot, shoes that were $8, $10 and $12
Boys' black calf shoes. For
dress or schooL Sizes 8
LADIES' DRESS SHOES
Ladies' brown kid cloth top dress shoes, high or low heels, all
sizes, new lasts, sold regularly at $10
Boys' Dress Shoes -
Boys' black gun metal
dress shoes. Sizes 2 1-2 to
6. Regular $5.00.
Boys' High Tops
Boys' black or tan 12-in.
top, full bellows tongue,
high shoes. Regular $6
MEN'S HIGH TOP SHOES
As lpng as our present stock lasts, Men's '
$11.00 tan, 16-inch top v
$13.00 black, 12-inch top - -"
$15.00 black, 16-inch top ........$10.95
MEN'S DAYTON LOGGERS
At pre-war. prices. Present prices are fully 50 per cent higher.
10-inch top, regular $10 ?'95
12-inch top, regular $11.
12-inch top, regular $12 " -
MEN'S BALL BAND' PACKS
For Friday and Saturday we will sell men's
t, " . $3.45
8-inch black packs
10-inch black packs ;'" "
10-inch red packs v
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Men's Dress Shoes ,
Men's black calf 'blucher
lace dress shoes. All sizes
and lasts. Regular $3 and
$10 at . 1
Men's Dress Shoes .
Men's black calf shoes,
ODonncIl -make, 10-inch
sold before the war at
$12. AU sizes while they
Men's Rubber Boots
Men's knee length rubbd
boots. Sold elsewhere at
$4 and $4.50. Sixty pairs
will go at
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elebrale Armistice DsyKeep -your feet
-'. m t .Unas 1
The only real ihoe tale is at 366 Stale street,
next door to basn s DanK
dry and take comfort m a pair oi