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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2 ,1922
Here, There and Everywhere
SQUIRE EDGEGATE Jim &t Safe-Blower, Bltw Jail
BY LOUIS HCHAKP
MS BIG MIS
All of Large Colleges in the
Pacific Northwest Will be
Met; by Willamette
Basketball League Stages
Three More Interest
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Definite contracts have . been
made for the Willamette nalveta
itjr basketball team to meet in
Palcm the teams from the follow,
ins colleges: - . . '
Washington ) Stata college of
Fu'lman, Idaho State university
of Moscow. Whitman college of
Walla Walla, Oregon State uni
versity and Oregon Agricultural'
Central Pharmacy 75U
Detter Yet Bread . . 750
Bcnesteele Motor Co. ......500
Anderson & Brown 50)
Hauser Brothers 250
V. 8. Nat'onal Bank 250
In the Commercial Basketball
league games at the Y. M. C. A.
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2 2S. 80 8 inkers 10 to 7. the Bakers
ed with the same teams at their ibea. the Hanser team to 14
own home towns. and the Bone'steele qu.ntet' de.
I Tentative games, most of which (rested the Anderson & Browns
are annual events and considered 8 to 7.
i, uv-.uk i?uo n ins Tt nJtrhfB session hroueht
Willamette schedule,' are not yet
positively arranged for with Pa
cific university of; Forest Grove,
Linfield college, of McMlnnvllIe.
Multnomah Athletic club of Port
land, the College of Puget Sound
at Tacoma, and Oonzapa univer
sity at Spokane. The last two are
new to Willamette, and Linfield
has been in athletic dreamland
for some years past, but the Pa
cific and Multnomah games have
been its regular as clockwork.
Two. years . ago Willamette
cleaned up . on most of the others.
out the fastest playing and about
the evenest scoring In the series
to date. Also, It brought the
biggest crowd and . the largest
asortment of welcome dimes. It
these boys are to eat a geod
dinner on the city at the close
of the series, the dimes are nec
essary, and they come in mighty
handy to have them early
With four of th series of 10
games already played, the com
parative strength or luck o? the
contestants begins to show up.
Part of it Is luck. A 10-game
Tnter-r.ntl Cartoon To., X. Y. .j .
championship game. The teams
ere putting in enough work to
work up a real championship en
durance and skill and they ought,
to be going l'ke flashes when tno
blows for the finish j
BOYS GET CHANCE
Last year the Bearcats lost two series is Eoinsr to brine some
straight tojpA. C, lost two and
won two In; the Oregon state uni
versity series; lost-one and won
one with Pacific; lost two to Ida
ho; lost one to Multnomah; lost
cne to the champion American
Legion team of Walla Walla, and
woa from Nevada university.
VRabblft Bradshaw, the sensa
tional Nevada basketball and foot
ball star, was the. crack, quarter
back of the Olympic club of .San
Francisco that . on Thanksgiving
day walloped the Multnomah club
In Portland. His playing here In
Salem was an event, but at that
Logan, held him even.. ,
The squad will start In for hard
practice Monday, . December 4.
Team play will begin in. a few
days., to sift out the false alarms
from the genuine scares. No real
line has been had on the mate
Vial available for thi year.: It
will begin to show during next
week.. when thebig fight begin
for . places on the flying iuint.
It is quite certain that the team
will be light again this year, as
nobody yet Knows of a single
heavy prospect. T-ast year the
Bearcats were pounds the lightest
team- iq the conference. A little
more weight would be a valuable
addition to the team, If i, could
be had. . " 3 vi'..i 'j ': '
Battling Siki May Have
Chance to Regain Laurels
PARIS, Dec. 1. (By the Asso
elated Press.) -"Battling",. Slkl,
' who won the world's light heavy
weight boxing championship from
Georges Carpentler. but recently
lost It and also was denied the
privilege of fighting by the rul
ing of the French boxing federa
tion because of alleged unseemly
conduct, may have a new license
to box "after nine months of good
This nformatlon Is contained in
a letter sent by the federation ta
Henry Pats;!- under secretary of
fiate for physical culture. The
s letter was written In consequence
of, the debate. In the chamber of
deputies Thursday when the Se-
nepalee deputy. Diagne. failed InT
an attempt to have an appropri
ation for physical education re
duced becausqf of the action of the
federation In penalizing Siki.
A CItlQVI FAVORED
PARIS, Dec. 1. (By the As
sociated Press.) Eugene Crlqui
Is a strong favorite la the betting
on his bout tomorrow with Billy
Matthews to fettle the European
. featherweight championship.
victories to every one of the
teams. The games are too close
yet to concede a sure victory to
any team, or anything even mak
ing a noise like a tail-ender.
If the Bankers had b,een as
lucky in shooting ifouls they
would have tied the Central
Pharmacy. "They scored two field
goals each, but Lenon and Tuck
er each made three foul baskets,
while Anderson for the Bankers
got only threo like points leav
ing the score 10 to 7 for the
Druggists. The game was fast
and furious, one of the best
lought contests of the whole ser
ies. The Bankers happen to be
down in the cellar at the present
time, but they're going to get
somebody's hair before the sea
son is over. Petram, Tucker,
Lenon. Albers and McClune ap
peared 'for "the Pharmacists;
White, Fisher, E. Thompson, K.
Thompson, R. Lucas and C. Arm
strong i-wore the bank purple.
Fewer (fouls were called in the
Hauser Brothers Better Yet
Bread game than any other game
thus far in the series only two
against i the bakers, and only
six on ; the Hausers. The Haus
ers failed to convert the!r two
chances, while rarold Socolor
pky made two out of four tries.
" The high scoring player for!
the evening was L, Gregg, center
for the Better Yet - Breads, with ;
'our field goals. He has been
playing a good deal out of luck
lr. the earl'er games, but last
night he carao back with the
best individual score o,f the ser
ies. Jones for the Hausers made
three field goals. The score
was 18 to 14 in favor of the
Bakers. Harold, Herbert and
Walter Socolofsky played for the
Better Yet Bread colors, and
Springer, Hendr'ckson, Jones.
Ashby, Mason. Orcutt and Ed
wards for the Hauser team.
Harra was the high man for
the Anderson & Browns, with
one field goal and two foul
baskets. Lieske. of this team,
was the high point scorer o the
la-?t evening, but this time he
pot only one point, on a foul
throw. They missed the re
doubtable Hulsey, who has' been
a cons'stent scoring marhine.
The score of 8 to 7. in favor ol
the Bonesteeles whom they met
last night tells the story of a
hard-fought game that anybody
might have won up to the last
second of play. A little more
luck In shootinr baskets would
have but what's the use? It
was a game that anybody eould
enjoy for a week a ter it ended.
Tho armory is to be secured
for the semi-finals and the final
Gloves and Ring Shoes to Be
Given as Trophies in
Swarms of bright-eyed lads are
flocking in the armory looking
Move to Larger Quarters is for -the gu" who is going to
Necessary to Take Care
of Local Business
Western Auto Supply company
has taken another forward step
in the making of a better and big
ger Salem. Since the company woman t tc pr.ze ngniers tor a
started business in Salem one year farm are wondering if it isn't all
ago their business has grown , right to accept a trophy for the
Hth such remarkable rapidity ' same thing.
that their salesrooms were unable ' They, are agreeing that it Is,
to accommodate the vast volume and so they come in for their
of business transacted. Jtar.nce. Some two boys are go-
At the nresent time they are ' & 'o be chosen, but it will be
getting located in the commodious
salesroom at Court and High
streets, which was just vacated
by Dr. Schenk.
As yet the stock has not been
all arranged, as it was necessary i
tajracatOhe, oldajiarerj by, De
cember 1, but friends are invited
to call and inspect the Btock, and
In' a very few days order will be
vkied they iion't v i m t 3 a cleaver
or a pile driver or an axe.
Several of thov? !ads are to
have a rrpliinmarv trycut at tho
armory thi3 af-?r:!to i. On ihoir
showiups ta' coate taut- will be
Danny N?i'in of Spokane,
middleweight, .n th.j semi-final
event, is due. to b- here today.
He will box with Bill Hunt, the
local heavyweight, md Phil I'.aycs
featherweight, and with others
who want to slio v up for prac
tice. Mackie, main -event feather
weight, is not expected until
Monday. He helps to run a big j
boxine school in Portland, and !'
give away boxing gloves and rin?(he keers always !n trim, and ex-J
shoes just for a little box-fight. 'cept for an unforeseen accident,
he will be here in tip-top shape, j
like any other business man meet- j
ing an engagement. Ard he's '
business until the last second of (
the tenth round. Ho meets Joe
Hoff as the last? and biggest ;
event of the card. j
Hoff is to be here Monday to j
work out in the armory. He hai j
a great list friends in Marion J
county, from Mt. Ar.gel whore Lei
Was boxiiiK i istruetor in the ol-
lege, and from -ii home in Moni-!
Jimmy Hanlon, -x local lad, is j
appearance here several weelts
ago, and looked good enough for
The former Kaiser's rrride Is
rich in her own right. Therefore
I she won't he compelled to take in
washing to support the royal loafer.
Dr. Einstein has been awarded
the N'obl prize for his discovery
of his celebrated theory. And
what is it?
The big Company F smoker, set
for next Wednesday night, Dec.
6, is to stage an amateur event,
with only prizes instead of purses,
as the trophies, and boys who
i';i:y after a try-out to sec that
t)iiy have the proper "husia'n.
and at least enough skill to make
'it, i 4 &
to meet Lefty Wharton in one of
it look interesting, and enough; the four-round evetii. Wharton I
stamina to last it through, pro- made a good showing in his first
ARMY FLIER ED IN AIRPLANE CRASH.
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1-ieut. t-dfein G. Snrader was iBstan'uy killed and uiui rra-cis
A, ; a;arch.eriouslyJnjured when their airplane, crashed ,at Lossm
Field, near Baltimore, Wd. Th two men bad been aloft about two
hour whea. flfty feet above the earth, their engine suited and the
plane weniato a nose dive. Photo shows the plane after the wreck.
Conflagration Threatens to
Annihilate Place of Ten
MONTREAL, Dec. 1. A fire,
visible from Montreal, was raginq
tonight in the town of Terre
Bonne, 25 miles from this city.
Due to the lack of direct com
munication between the town and
Montreal, the nature and extent
of the fire have not been learned.
The place has a population of
Two hours after the reflection
of the flames became visible in
.he sky here., It was reported that
the conflagration threatened to
destroy the town. A high wind
was said to be scattering the lire
beyond control of the villagers
Catholic School Fixim
Juvenat College for youths, con
ducted by the fathers of ny veiy
Holy Sacrament, was reported to
be near the center of the fire
jone. The college has about 150:
students and is the third C'utho-j
iic institution in Canada to !:gure
in serious tires within the la?t j
A large implement plant and a
oiano factory also were reported
in flames. Thus far no loss of !
life has been reported. Terre-1
bonne is on the Montreal-Quebec j
line of the Canadian Pacific rail-
way. It is an important ecciesi-j
astical center. In addition to the1.
Juvenat, where novitiates are in I
training for the priesthood, there
i3 a convent of the congregation
of Notre Dame, in which about
300 girls are students.
ritaits in Factory
Then there is the college at
St. Loals. carried on by the St.
Viateu fathers, with about 100
Nurse Attempts Suicide
in New York Hotel
NEW YORK, Dec. 1. Olivia
Stone, a trained nurse of Cin
cinnati, who last April was ac
quitted of the murder of Ellis
Guy Kinkead, Brooklyn attorney
and former corporation counsel
of Cincinnati, today attempted
suicide in a New York hotel by
swallowing poison. , i. j
She was taken to Bellevue hos
pital where her condition was re-,
ported as critical.
The ace among Christinas gifts for men is a Kuppenheimer Overcoat
It best expresses a man's idea of usefulness, and perfectly satisfies his
demands for good style, fine fabrics and expert tailoring. The nation's
standard of an investment in good appearance.
$35 $40 $45
Others $20, $25, $30
the house of Kuppenheimer good clothes
NOW IN FULL SWING
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SCORES OF MEN
CAME; and SAW; and BOUGHT
YESTERDAY THE FIRST DAY Of THE SALE -
They knew values when they saw them. Were you
one of them. Mr. Man?
If not, you an; passing up an unusually good op
portunity to secure a good overcoad at a Big Saving.
COME IN TODAY! HERE IS THE -Ll
WAY WE'VE PRICED THEM
For those selling regularly at
20, $22.50 and $Zo 1
For those soiling regularly at
fciO, $:J2iO and $35
For those selling regularly at
$40 and $45 '
For those selling regularly at
$50 and $55
Store open Saturdays tmta 9 pjn.
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