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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
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ASCOTIN, Wash., Feb. 22.
The- Ascotln county game commis
sion in session here today , estab
lished the open season for fishing
and hunting s follows:
The open season 'for trout will
be throughout the year with the
exception of the months of April
Blue grouse and native pheas
ants may be taken from October 1
to October 15, both dates inclu
sive, bag limit three .. of either
variety or a mixed bag of five
birds. , ' j I ,l
Hungarian partridges may be
taken from September 18 to Octo
ber 31, both dates inclusive, the
bag limit being eight birds. . .
GLEN ROSE, Texas. Feb. 22.
Six men are directly charged with
murder here tonight,' six more are
In Jail pending investigation and
six -others have. Jus t been released
after questioning as the result of
the murder of Richard Watson.
the young detective through whpra
State Ranger' Burton Sought to
break up what, the 'authorities
here -style the "Mountain Moon-J
shine Rendezvous of Texas."
TODAY - TOMORROW ONLY
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Longfellow's Immortal Poem
, V-the Mayflower in peril of the sea
jr most sensational storm ever screened
,. f,.. ---darinfir rescue of man overboard
"rone of the many thrills In
DEAF SCHOOL TOP
Local Basketball Five Takes
1 Lead Early in Game
The deaf school five yesterday
won its second game from Mon
mouth high school on the latter's
floor by a score of 30 to 14.
i The .visitors shot to the fore
early in the fray and the lead was
never threatened. They led Mon
mouth by 18 to 9 In the first half.
Rickert and Hudson were the
high score men for the school
The game was hotly contested
from start to finish. Were it not
for Tyler, LaFave and Hummel,
who guarded the Monmouth lads
very jealously the score would
Bhow a difference. The high school
team was never able to locate the
basket as they were never free
from their guards. The first game
with Monmouth was played early
in January on the floor of the lo
cal team, who won by 33 to 21.
O. S. D. (30) Monmouth (14)
Rickert .RP Arnold"
Tyler ......... LF Smith
Hudson C Price
LaFave .RO Comstock
Hummel LO ....Egleston
Field goals: Rickert 10, Hudson
10, Tyler 4, LaFave 4. Smith 6,
Eg lea ton 2, Arnold 2. Free throws
Rickert 1. Hudson 1, Egleaton 1,
Smith 2, Arnold 1.
Referee, R. E. Hargett. v
Independence Defeated Last
Night By Scoref6to3
in Rough Game
Salem high school cinched the
district championship basketball
title laBt i night by defeating the
Independence contenders by a score
of 6 to 3. Only one field goal, a
basket by Drager. was made by the
iv piayers in me entire period.
All other scoring was made by
converting free throws after ja foul
had been, called - -
The locals completed their scor
ing at the end, of the first half,
when . the board ' showed 6 to 0 in
favor of Salem -: high school. The
visitors, by fouls on the part of
Uhe local players, were enabled
to tally three points in the last
half and to hold the red and black
to a blank. V' ' '. ' , ,
One of the biggest turnouts for
a basketball game this season wit
nessed the contest. Approximate
ly 1500 people were present, pack
ing the bleachers, galleries and
taking advantage of every avail
able place to stand. Independence
was. represented with a large dele
gation which helped to complete
the crowd.. Financially, the game
was- a' huge success, according to
Arthur Hamilton, athletic mana
ger, who said last night that more
than $300 had been received from
The contest was rough and In
some respects resembled a football
contest. Doth sides played real
Harry White of McMinnville
refereed the game. Earlier in the
week Salem took the first game
with Independence by the score of
12 to 11. Partly to get revenge
for this defeat the visitors showed
Salem everything they possessed in
the line of basketball last night.
WITH IDAHO FIVE
UAU uhanees btanding in
Conference By Defeating
Vandals 20-to 16
CORVALLIS, Or., Feb. 22.
Playing flawless basketball Oregon
Agricultural college advanced its
standing in the conference by de
feating the Idaho Vandals today
20 to 16. At the end of the first
half the college team had the long
end of a 13 to 3 count.
Penwell started the counting in
the second session after 30 seconds
of sizzling play. Ten seconds af
ter the next tip-off Gill running up
the next unit. With six minutes
to go Idaho took a brace and start
ed after the Aggies, but their lead
was too much, and at the end of
the mix the orange team led by
Riddings was high point man,
scoring nine points.
Gill, Penwell and Remer were
next with five markers each. Play
was roifgh, with fouls called on
both sides, the visitors being the
most frequent offenders. Sum
mary: OAC ( 20 )
Gill F Stivers
Riddings F Penwell
Lyman ' . . . C Nelson
Stoddard G. ..... . Telford
Steele G ..... .Helman
Substitutes: Fltzke (2); Remer,
At any rate nobody accuses
Daugherty of vindictiveness.
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TODAY Vl rf' j
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xCV. YlrJ Mary Alden
MATINEE f ' Jjfy AND
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Logea . . .
PUBLIC TRUST AND PARTY TRUST
By JOHN T. ADAMS;
Chairman of the Republican National Committee
tlons at which parties must ren
der an accounting to the people,
safeguards our country.
The freedom of speech and of
the press acts as an additional
guarantee that no sinister influ
ence can control our government
or corrupt our great political
Individuals holding office may
prove false to their public trust.
When they do, they prove equal
ly false to their party trust.
Their guilt is not partisan or
American but personal. There is
no more logic or justice in con
demning a party because one of
its number is found to be dishon
est than there is to condemn the
banking system because some
bank official is dishonest or to
denounce religion because some
church member is recreant to his
Those who seize upon the mis
deeds of some public official as an
excuse to attack our political
party system and to cause dis
trust of our political institutions
are dolus what they can to de-
Lemon Yellow Quintet Takes
Long End of 41 to
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jP. Elias Calles and President Ob
ELGENE, Or., Feb. 22. The j regon over the latter's alleged ef-
Oregon basketball team defeated j fort to secure the selection of his
Whitman 41-15 tonight in the sec- relative, Ramon Ross, as his suc-
ond same played between the two j -'"ssor- rdlng to a statement
, , ,, . by the revolutionary government
schools. The absence of ( Bhafer. j received hpre today from head.
diminutive guard, slowed the web- j quarters at Frontera. Tabasco. ,
foot offensive considerably. Ore
gon resorted to much long shoot
ing, with Latham ringing the bas
ket several times from mid floor.
Latham was high man with 2 4
counters. Gillenwater was strong
on the defensive and kept the
Whitman scoring machine from
becoming active, only five baskets
being registered by the losing
FROM THE STORY "VALLEY OF CONTENT"
Story of Today and the Wiid Lust for Excitement
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The Ameri ' stroy the only form of govern
can people, luent which &o fur has withstood
are h o n e s t 1 those influences which corrupt
They demand'""' eventually destroy govern
honest admin-! '" , ,,
1st rat ion of! There are but two alternative
Ltheir public1 to our system of representative
affair I'nder ! party government. -dictatorship
,.i.r form of ' r one -man government, and tin
Ko ve rniUnt : rule of the mA Without any
they obtain it. i exception hhUory records that
Our system of ! government by dictatorship in
party respon- variably leads to corruption A
sibility w i t h i power which is unchecked, which
the constitu I mves no aceoanting to the gov
tional orovi- erned. invariably becomes doin
sions for fre- inated by ambition and greed It
,.. e l e j is notorious that government by
the mob leads to vicious excesses
of every sort, and graft and cor
ruption flourish unrebuked.
Those partisans who, in their
zeal to make political capital ou
! of the dishonor of an individual
I fan the flames of class hatred
i and sow seeds of suspicion
j against ail public men are con
tributing to the breakdown oi
American government. ,They arc
merely aiding that small vicious
class which is indulging in the
same denunciation not out pi a
desire to make political capital,
but because they are frankly op
posed to our form of government.
In the midst of such clamor, it
should be emphasized that our
American government is clean,
upright and trustworthy. Parti
san excitement and recrimination
must not cause us to lose sight
of the fact that before we are
partisans we are Americans, with
faith in our institutions. Those,
who for any reason seek to de
stroy this faith are not perform
ing a service but an injury to the
American people and to the prin
ciple of popular government.
team. Yenney of the missionar
ies played a snappy floor game and
connected with the basket twice.
It must be fine to engage in the
uplift if the grand Jury will let
DIFFERENCES A RISE
MER1DA. Yucatan, Feb. 22.
(By radio via Dallas to the A. P.)
Serious differences have arisen.
! between the supporters of General
The de la Iluerta headquarters
accuses Ross of having made im
proper and indecorois advances to
the Washington goernnient. Cal
les is reported to have retired to
his hacienda in aggrieved attitude.
As a last desperate effort to get
Muscle Shoals, Ford might threat
en to double his output.
TODAY - SUNDAY
OKEGON "Valley of Content."
GRAND "Courtship of Myles
BLIGH "Breathless Moment."
Laughs to build a comedy to a
high plane of entertainment must
have no "obvious attempt" to cre
ate funny situations. The clever
est men in the motion picture
game ure the "gag" men. "The
Breathless . Moment," the Univer
sal crook-comedy starring William
Desmond, which comes today to
,the Bligh theater, was directed by
Robert Hill, an expert "gag" man.
Today the Oregon will offer
Reginald Barker's latest produc
tion, "Pleasure Mad." the screen
adaptation of Blanche Upright's
novel, "The Valley of Content."
During the filming of the pro-
BOXING BRIEFS j
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 22. Ed
die Anderson, of Los Angeles,
fighting at catch weights won the
decision over Dandy Dillon, St.
Paul, in a four round bout, the
main event of a boxing show here
Young Nationalista, Filipino fly
weight of San Francisco won a
wide decision over Frankie Gran
detta, of Portland in the semi
MONTREAL, Feb. 22. Jack
Johnson, former world's heavy
weight champion, was awarded
the judges' decision over Homer
Smith of Kalamazoo, Mich., in a
10-round bout here tonight.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 22.
Johnny Adams, Los Angeles light
weight, outpointed Eddie White
in a slashing bout here tonight.
The fight was fast and entertain
ing. In the semi-windup Dick Hoppe
won the decision over Mike Doyle,
Yuma Indian of Phoenix. They
are light weights.
George Manley, Denver middle
weight, who holds a decision over
Bert Colima, one of the leading
boxers of the Pacific coast, won
the judges' decision over Billy
The mere fact that It doesn't
affect a ci.sr-hirdened dry agent
doesn't mean that it isn't intoxi
cating. Observe the radical gnashing his
teeth. Doubtless he has just read
that the railroads made money last
duction. Marjorie Rambeau was ap
pearing on the stage in Los An
geles in "The Valley of Content,"
a play based upon the same novel.
In the screen version. Mary Alden
plays the role created on the stage
by Miss Rambeau. Others in the
cast are Huntiy Gordon, Norma
Shearer. William Collier. Jr., Win
ifred Bryson, Ward Crane, Fred
erick Truesdell and Joan Standing.
Motion picture ingenuity baa
It is displayed in Charles Ray's
"The Courtship of MyJes Stand
ish," at the Grand theater, and
though just a detail, yet it takes
these small things done correctly
to make a; perfect whole.
In the story Ray is in love with
Enid Bennett, and finally makes
her his wife. The bridal proces
sion consists of the entire colony
and friendly Indians, with the
bride mounted on a pure white
bull, festive with garlands and
The " idea was great but a
white bull could hot be located.
Search was unavailing, so an ani
mal with red spots was used, and
Robert Ellis invented a white
paste with which they painted put.
the color, and when seen on the
screen it defies detection.
The cast in support of Ray in
cludes Enid Bennett, Sam De
Grasse, E. Alyn Warren, Joseph
Dowling, Nirval McGregor and
THE RICH PUP, A
"CODE OF THE MOUNTED"
A Drama of the Great Out Doors
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