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TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 26, 1922.
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
Here, There and Everywhere
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whole guarantee of $41)00 for the
expenses of the trip, and the vis
iting team will play no other
feanies in the west.
FINE IT WORK
Intense Interest Shown in
Coming Contest by Foot
f ' ball Fans Here
Nobody knows how It will end,
but a lot of Salem people are In
tercsted In i the coming world's
championship high xchool football
iram e to be played New Year's
day at Cory all is between the Cor
vallis team and the team from
Scott high school, Toledo, Ohio.
'"The Scotta came out to meet
Everett, Wash., two years ago,
and were beaten by the bruising
lumbermen and plain and fancy
giants who made up the Everett
champ team. It was the opinion
of rood critics that the Everett
team would have been a match
lor most colleges between the
Aleutian' Islands and Newfound
land, between the North Pole and
the equator. It has not been
thought, anywhere, that the Cor-
- valllsteamls of quite the foot
ball class that the Everett lions
showed, though they are all bona
fide rtudenta and fit to meet all
comers in a gentleman's game.
The Corvallis team plays a good
game. If there are outstanding
. stars, they twinkle in unison and
' not as grand-slanders.
The: ''Great Scott" team Is said
to have two or three 200-pound
players the average of the Wil
lamette 'varsity team for this
year was only 162 pounds Cor-
. vallis will have none quite ablo
to match this kind of brawn. It
might be the prayer at the locals
that they could have good, dry
weather, for in a heavy, slippery
.'field the -truck-horse visitors
should have a decided advantage.
' Corvallis merchants' put up the
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WEST VIRGINIA TOPS
GONZAGA IN BATTLE
(Continued from page 1)
after touchdown, Stockton (1).
Referee:. Walter Eckersall. Chi
cago; Umpire, Tom Thorpe, Col
umbia; field Judge, Boles Rosen
thal. Minnesota; Head linesman.
11. E. Vansurdam, Wealeyu.i.
Time of periods t5 minutes
Substitutes: West Virgina
Quarles for Martin; Mavis tor
Howard; Tallman for Hawkins;
Quiian for Howard; HowriJ tt.r
Quarles; Quarles for Mahan; Bow
ers for Ekberg.
Gonzaga Cyre for Cahoon;
Bros for Garrity; Cahoon for
Puget Sound Country
is Damaged by Storms
SEATTLE, Wash.. Dec. 2 5.
Flood waters of western Washing
ton rivers swelled yesterday by
heavy rains and melting snows,
were receding today under the in
fluence of a drop in temperature,
according to reports reaching
here. Rains had ceased in the
Cascade mountains and railroad
officials reported much cooler
Thousands of dollars' damajre
was caused by a high wind which
swept the Puget sound country,
tearing down telephono poles,
smashing plate glass windows and
tearing loose log rafts. The wind
had subsided today.
Ohio Football Eleven
Enroute to Corvallis
TOLEIK). O., Dec. 25. Scott!
High School football team, con
sisting of 20 players, coaches,
trainers and newspapermen, left
late, this afternoon for Corvallis,
Ore., where a game will bo played
with the high school team of that
city New Year's day. On the re
turn trip the party will visit San
Francisco, Los Angeles, Salt Lake
City and oth3r points.
Barrett Loses Hard
Fought Fistic Battle
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 25.--Sa'lor
Firedman of ChIcagr,.-won
decisively over Bobby Barrett
of Clifton Heights, Pa., "in the
principal eight-iound boit of a
Christmas day card here today.
Friedman weighed 138 3-4 and
l!arrett 139 1-2. .
Alex Hart of Cleveland beat
Geofcge Chaney of Baltimore.
Bach weighed 135 1-2 pounds.
Ad Stone, the "Fightin?' Ma
rine" of Ph'iudelphia !e:eatel
George Shade ot California, 'u
the Pght heavyweight bout.
Stone weighed 176; Shade 154
"Whitey". Fitigerald. Phila
delphia, won a . popular decision
over Jimmy Hanlon, Denver.
' work. ,
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"Adoration of the ' Shep
herds" Seen in Foyer
of Oregon Theatre
They dldn'tmake wonderful
movies back In the 16th and 17th
centuries", but they certainly did
make some of the greatest paint
ings that mankind has ever con
ceived. They had the time and
the spiritual fervor to make the
Renaissance the outstanding
period of all human history In
speculative, religious artistry.
A beautiful example of the Re
naissance painting is being ex
hibited this week in the foyer o
the Oregon theater, in strange
contract with the modern movies
than can be seen at almost the
same glance. It is an anonymous
painting of "The Adoration of the
Shepherds." the story of the first
Christmas almost 2000 years ago.
The picture shows the holy
family, Joseph, the well-poised,
Just man, the beautiful Mary,
and the holy babe, with the three
rhepherds bowing in humble ad
oration before the Messiah-to-be.
Bareheaded, barefooted, rever
ently they come. One feels the
reverence as a holy thing. Two
cherub angels, idealistic concep
tions of the Italian school of re
ligious art, hover overhead while
the splendid blue sky of Pales
tine, with its brilliant, gleaming
star, shows over the closed but
ill gaping door of the cheerless
stable of the nativity.
The painter is unknown, but an
analysis of the paints themselves
and the known history of the pic
ture and Its type of composition
and coloring trace It back to the
Flemish school or art, probably
in the early 17th century. The
painting was in the art gallery at
Munich for many years and was
released last year to come to Am
erica for "real money" instead of
the degraded German marks. It
is a picture that fits' admirably
into the Christmas spirit of all
the ages; it is a delight to the
eye and to the spirit as well. The
painting is one of several remark
able canvases to be exhibited at
the Oregon theater during the
University Squacl Leaves on
Wednesday for Jaunt to
EUGENE, Ore, Dec. 25. Coach
George M. Bonier and his Univer
sity of Oregon basketball team
wi!l start Wednesday on a barn
storming tour of the Willamette
valley. The coach said today that
he will take nine men: Latham,
Spear, Hal Chapman, McMillan,
Zimmerman, Burnett Schafer, Ed
lund and Couch. The schedule
December J27, .Silverton Legion
December 28. Independence
Athletic club at Independence.
December 29, Dallas at Dallas.
December 30, Newberg at Naw
berg. January 3. North Pacific Denial
College, at Portland.
January 4. Astoria at Astoria.
January 5, Pacific university at
January 6, Multnomah club at
The man who says he doesn't
care what anybody thinks of him
wouldn't be so emphatic if he
You often hear of a man who
has a hard time spending his
money, but did you ever know of
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Willamette University Squad
Will Meet Newberg and
The Willamette basketball squad
has a game scheduled with New
berg for Wednesday night, De
cember 27, and one with Silver
ton on December 29. One or two
oihers that had been tentatively
arranged had to be canceled for
various reasons. The squad has
already played two outside games,
both of which were lost, at Inde
pendence first, and the second at
Dallas, when the westerners prac
tically annihilated the collegians
from the map. In the, Dallas
game, however, the team did not
have Logan, Robertson or Shep
ard, who would change figures in
a match with any team.
While the team has not yet ap
proached a good collegiate stan
dard, there is material that by.J
the middle of the basketball sea
son ought to show up very credit
ably. There is not the proven re
liability of the fast team of a
year ago, and there is not yet In
sight even one really strong scor
ing forward who can be sure of
getting the baskets when the rest
of the team feed the ball up to
within shooting distance. Some
good floor work la being done by
a number of players, but unless
some better shooting forwards
show up, the team will have to
count on small scores for itself,
and hope that its own defensive
work will keep down the oppon
Arizona Beats Utah;
Final Quarter Thrills
PHOENIX,. Ariz., Dec. 25
Arizona University defeated the
"Utah Aggies 7 to 6 here today
by the marign of successful
dropkick a'ter touchdown. Each
team passed its opponent's goil
line once. Pfersdorf, substitute
halfback, scored the winning
point fo.- the Wildcats in the
In the fourth quarter the ball
iite-sawed back and forth in the
renter of the field. Both teams
trid long torward passe" with
Brings Large Crowd
SILVERTON. Ore.. Dec. 25.
(Special to the Statesman) A
very large crowd turned out to
the community Christmas tree
held on the streets of Silverton.
Trinity band furnished the music.
Rev. George Henriksen was chair
man of the program. The entire
crowd joined in the singing of
"Holy Night" and "Joy to the
World'.'. Rev. Henriksen and
Rev. J. Bennet gave addresses.
Rev. S. Linsithe gave the invoca
tion and Rev. S. Hall gave the
benediction. Candy and nuts were
passed out to the children.
Interest Events Planned by
Military Organization for
New Year Night
Company F that holds its reg
ular drills on Monday nights did
not meet last night, Christmas,
but it will meet tonight for es
pecially important business.
On New Year's day the com
pany is to hold a gymkana or mil
itary tournament with as many
kinds of army athletics as can be
crowded into three hours. Equip
ment races, wall-scaling contests.
military drill, basketball and
various stunts that can be run in
to the program to make a laugh
and get a good time, will be
staged. At about 5:30 an honest-to-goodness
New Year's dinner
will be served. Every member
is earnestly urged to attend to
night and help get ready for the
big annual show.
The company is perilously close
to its maximum recruiting point,
there being now 8 6 members in
good standing and only two more
can be accepted to make the pos
sible 88. The present conditions
make it very attractive to most
young men, who can draw approx
imately $50 to $60 a year for the
regular drills. And the annual
encampment, which provides for
all expenses, pays also at the rate
of $1.50 a day for the 15 days'
camp. There are several worse
Jobs than serving in the national
guard on a three-year enlistment.
The service has appealed to sev
eral of the Willamette students,
who count on it helping them very
materially to come through col
lege free of debt.
More Reports Heard of
Violence of 'Atlantic Gale
QUEENSTOW.V, Dec. 25. Re
ports accumulate of the violence
of the gale which has prevailed
in the Atlantic. The captain of
the Fteamer New Columbia, which
returned to port to replenish her
fuel oil supply, said he had re-
ceived an1 S. O. S
ships to which
heard no more,
he replied, but
He believed they
The Celtic had lifeboats and
deck fittings smashed and the
third-class salon flooded, compel
ling removal of the passengers to
other quarters. The Carmania,
which arrived Saturday, reports
she was obliged to heave to for
six hours Friday. She lost life
boats and suffered considerable
damage to her decks.
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State Training School Has
Scene of Delightful
One hundred and fifty-eight
boys had two happy days Sunday
and yesterday. In fact, their
happiness started before that; for
with the signs of preparation and
consequent anticipation for sever
al days in advance, each and ev
ery boy felt the spirit r,f Christ
mas take hold ol him.
The dining rooms, halls, infirm
ary, and chapel were beautifully
decorated. It took many hours
to gather the greens, make them
into ropes and wreaths, and then
to festoon them and hang them
to the best advantage. There
were many willing hands to do it,
however, and the boys were bene
fited by their share in the work.
On Sunday a score of parents
and friends were hero to enjoy
riie afternoon service with the
boys. Several beautiful Christ
mas anthems were sung ond a
duet by two of the boys, a solo by
another, were well rendered and
received. lletween the musical
selections were a uumbr of recita
tions and exercises, presented by
the boys of the school.
Mrs. Kuser and tho teachers
drilled the boys ia this program,
which was entirely of a religious m0rr0w, but he went to San Diego
nature. There was no mention of to see tne game between the Unl
Santa Cluus. but the Christ Child versity of Wert Virginia and the
as ioiu or, in song aua siory.
i ne service was aigniriea ana un
The jolly, fun-producing pro
gram came on Christmas after
noon. After a hearty and deli
cious Christmas dinner, the bovs
all gathered in tho chapel. A
large tree, beautifully decorated,
occupied a prominent place in the
front of the chapel, In one corner.
The chairs, instead of being in
formal arrangement usual for
chapel services, were placed
around the edge of the room,
leaving a large, vacant floor
space in the centre
There was an Interesting pro-,
gram of songs and recitations, and
finally Santa Claus himself ap
peared in full regalia. What r.
lolly old fellow he was!
J Santa was thoughtful enough
to have with him several helpers.
for he knew what a task it would
be to distribute the mountain of
boxes placed on the floor near the
tree. Not a boy was forgotten.
All but about fifty of them had
parents or other relatives who re
membered them. These fifty.
however, wera most generously
remembered by the Progressive
Busines.? Men's club of Portland.
Not only were individual boys re
membered by the various men's
organizations, but the school as a
whole. The Progressive Business
Men's club presented the school
with a high class Victrola and
many excellent records. The Rr
tary and Kiwanis clubs of Salem
also gave fine phonographs and
many records. Each company of
boys will now have an instrument
with which to pass many pleas
ant hours, evenings and Sundays
The Elks club of Salem presented
the boys with about two dozen
fine volumes for their library.
Surely the Christmas spirit pre
vailed throughout tho school.
The hundreds of people who con
tributed to tho boys' happiness
must themselves have had a hap
pier Christmas as a consequence.
Many of the youths at the Train
ing school had the happiest Yule
tide they had ever had In their
lives, and we trust thjey will bo
better boys hecause of it.
Bezdek's Nittany Lions
Practice in Rose Bowl
PASADENA, Cal., Dec. 25.
Penn State football players, con
trary to expectations, today tried
out the field in Ro?e bowl where,
New Year's day they will meet the
University of Southern California
team in the annual east vs. west
sports feature of the Tournament
Hugo Bezdek, head coach of
the Nittany Lions, said yesterday
n is men wouia ao nominz more
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arduon3 than hiking before to-
Gonzaga university, and
sistant coaches led the Penn men
to the Rose bowl.
They tried out the field and
went through what was termed
"a limbering up" process, and the
announcement was made that
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