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2 - , v . THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1024 , tl
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the reconstruction work that he
aw in progress there. French
cities and towss. he aaid. are be
ing rebuilt on modern Ideas with
broad streets anda modern sanita
tion through the efforts of , the
property-owners and the govern
ment. He spoke of the acres of
white crosses where lie buried the
young Frenchmen who lost their
lives in the war. , This he describ -
ed as a loss that cannot be repaid.
Now and then he found a black
cross where a German or an Aus-I
trjan soldier was buried, and he
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aepiorea tnis symDoi oi natreaison will be featured at the dinner,
that persists tOj the present day. according to Fred A. ' Williams.
Ideals are Common
. Mn Moran next went to Aus
tria where he met a group of 20
boys at on city. - He found that
they have everything In common
-with American boys, he said, play
the same games and have "the
same hobbies. He asked them
about their favorite moving pic
ture heroes and found that Char
ley Chaplin and Jackie Coogan
were the favorites. .. !,
- Mr. Moran said he used to be
very proud of the American Sub
ways and oi the Brooklyn bridge.
but at Buda-Pesth, whicn he call
ed Gypsyland, he found the first
sub-way that was ever built, and
over the Danube a fine suspension
bridge that was built in 1840, long
before! the Brooklyn bridge was
constructed. ' '
" 'All the boys he had met thus
far, Mr. Moran believed could be
' brought into a con f erence such as
that now in Salem and easily find
themselves at home. He was very
doubtful, however, about the boys
he' found at Bucharest, in Ruma
nla, , who were of a lower type,
dirty, and who did not care, appar
entlr, about being clean. -..
.Turkey Is Visited
The speaker, told interestingly
about his trip to Turkey. At Stam-
bool, where it isn't considered eafe
for. an American to go out after
10 . o'clock, he visited the YMCA
and met the basketball team. The
five members of , the team, the
champion team of the city, were
all of different nationalities.
- In. Greece a conference of 500
Greek and Armenian boys was at
tended on the plains of Marathon,
and. later lie attended a Christian
conference of boys In Germany,
He found that the German youth
had. .teen 'fed up" on the same
kind ot propaganda the American
youth has had relative to the atro
cious character ot the opposing na
tionality. ,, In personal talks with
the. German hoys, he said, they
decided that hatred between the
two 'countries would be eliminated
by understanding. He closed with
a plea for racial and religious tol
erance, even toward the Moham
medans, who even in their horrid
ceremonials, are1 reaching out for
contact with a superior being.
; Acquaintance Xeeded
If we could get acquainted,"
saidMr. Moran, "there would be
no hatred. Racial hatred , and
propaganda are used to make us
think wi re different. We have
the same emotions, the j same de
sires, the same Ideals and the eame
problems, and only the superficial
Itles of race, custom and conven
tionalities separate us. Over the
whole world boys are Interested in
the: Bame things. They are one
big; brotherhood, and universal
peace cantcome only through the
existence of these common Inter
ests amonj? the boys.";' '
Mrs. Jean 'Morris Ellis of Port
land, vocational guidance expert.
gave, an enlightening address. She
mentioned the little things that
keep boys apart, such' as a differ
ence in attire. She spoke of their
ambitions and the need of voca
tional guidance. All" day: today
Mrs. Ellis will give personal Inter
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Be Played at lllihee Links
More than the usual amount of
interest is befog shown in the
"Captains' Tournament" to be
played at theIlllhee Country club
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tne morning. Fourteen two-men
teams nave oeen selected oy eacn
of the captains, O. P. Sharkey and
Ercel Kay, the survivors of the
Washington tournament. These
matches .will be played in four
somes. The Nassua system of
scoring will be used, a point on
each nine and a point for the 18.
Players are requested to get in
touch with their opponents and
J arrange for the time of play. The
1 winning team will be feted at a
I dinner at the Gray Belle Tues
I day night at the expense of the
" Discussion of plans for the sea
chairman of the tournament com
mittee. The lllfhee club may af
filiate with the northwest associa
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JL ' victim of another's kIii, rather than a n'nner her
Klf but his didn't, prevent th world, at is its custom,
f 'of trying; to trample her under it feet!
SPECIAL COMEDV FEATURE
GRAND PICTURE PLAYERS
Andrew Junor, professional, who
was injured i n an automobile ac
cident on the Pacific highway
north of Salem about two weeks
ago, has left the hospital and is
now on the grounds. It is expect
ed that he will be in condition to
J resume his class instruction early
The following men have been
matched for playing Sunday:
Graham Sharkey, captain; Ercel
JL H. Olinger, vs. J. H. Farran
. Hugh Mctnmortjvs. A. Hutchr
L. C. Farmer, vs. Chester Cox
Rex Sanford. vs. Fred Thielsen.
Johnny Roberts, vs. T.-B. Kay.
James Marr, vs. Homer H.
Smith. jj '
Jack Elliott, vs. Orris Fry.
Lee Unruh, vs. C. H. Robert
son. John Harbison, vs. W. H. Paulus.
Frank Spears, vs. F. W. Steus
loff. George G. Brown, vs. O. F.
L. F. Griffith, vs. Arthur Rahn.
Bill Burgart, vs. Dr. Bill Lytle.
Dave Eyre, vs. Fritz Slade.
Beyond question this will be the
best year the club has ever seen
as at as early a date as this the
promise of 18 holes and the rec
ognition of the Northwest associa
tion is almost assured. Mr. Junor,
the professional of the club has
the idea of putting a team in the
field to represent lllihee at th
northwest in June this is rather in
advance of the plans so far.
First Baseman Kelly Tells Jack Bentley He'll
Have Kinks Out of Arm When Giants Start Season
This photograph was taken at
thf spring training camp of the
National league champions at
Sarasota. Fla. It shows George
Falls City to Have Good
Baseball Team in Field
Falls City expects to have a
good baseball team in the field
this season. The grounds are be
ing put into first class condition
and the boys are anxious to get
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Kelly (left) and Bentley. two of
the regulars, after one of their
out for practice. Fred W. Pieren
has been elected manager and S.
Zimmerman secretary treasurer.
At a baseball dance held March
19 the sum of $50.50 raised
and will be contribute to the
fund. Hans Wagner and C. Witch
craft will pitch for the team.
Oregon Senator One of
Three Most on Job
WASHINGTON, March 28. Of
the entire number of senators now
in office the three who have shown
the greatest attention to the in
terests of their constituens, and
who have been most consistently
in their seats are Senators Mc
Nary, Capper and SheparcTr
Such is the statement of Assist
ant Secretary Henry M. Rose of
the United States senate, who has
custody of the roll calls during the
terms of the senators.
So far as Senator McNary is con
cerned itais record is almost per
fect. The only time he was away
from roil calls since he came to
the senate was during the time of
the death and funeral of his wife
some years' ago, and later when he
was confined to his hotel by the
Official figures tell the story of
Senator McNary's devotion to Ore
gon and the United States. He has
not missed a single roll call or
been absent from his desk during
all the session since this congress
met in December.
I OREGON NEWS BRIEFS !
Pickle Plant for Woodburn
WOODHURN, March 28. Jo
seph Paus, representing the Cali
fornia Packing company in its
pickling department, was here last
Thursday and expressed himself as
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well satisfied with conditions here,
stating that the 36x150 pickling
plant on Young street would be
constructed by his company next
month. Heis having cucumber
acreage' contracts signed at his
Woodburn representative's, the
Bank of Woodburn, and while the
different tracts are small, it is
just as he desires and it is pleas
ing, that the total acreage signed
up will warrant the company go
ing ahead. Many more intend con
tracting so that it is expected the
full 200 acres requested will be
secured. Cucumber seed can now
be obtained at the Bank of Wood
burn. It is also Mr. Paus' purpose to
contract in this section for 500
tons of cabbage for sauer kraut,
part of which has been contracted
for. Full informationo can be ac
quired by calling at the Bank of
&I8&E$D Wed. Eve. Q
The Selwyns Present Channing Pollock's
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$2.00 and $1.50
All Scats Plus 10
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JiAXD OPEXED Y-,Vf
WASHINGTON, March 28.
Opening to homestead , and desert (
land entry of .46,000 acres of pub
lic lands in Pueblo and Huerfano :'
counties. Colorado and Teton and , '
Chouteau counties, Montana, wasi tU
announced today by the Interior ' ?
All the passions make us com-'
mit faults, but love makes us com
mit the most ridiculous ones.
Women who love, 'more readily
pardon great Indiscretions than
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Adults - - - . . 50c
lAtgvs ... . 63c
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