THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1924 STATES of live smw'mQmmERWmEM THE OPwEGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON mm PAGE s DOPE FAVORABLETD s m CARDS Exendipe Predicts That Cat ifornia .Will Be Easier to Beat ths Year ' SPOXANE, Sept." 10. Washing ton and Stanford are teams to be reckoned with in Pacific coast conference football this fall, in the opinion! of Coach A. A. Exendine of Washington State college, he declared here today. " r He based this prediction on the WE PAY CASH FOR ; YOUR FURNITURE '. -i -AND TOOLS Capital Hardware & Furniture Co. Best Prices Paid 285 N. Com! St. Phone 347 fact that Coach Bagihaw at Wash-r ington will have a formidable line up of material and that -lNp" Warner's coaching ability wlllen- able Stanford to . make a strong showing with the promising candi dates available there. "On press-season dope I can't ate that the conference is going to have any weak teams," he was quoted as saying.; ; "Naturally. California will be strong again mighty strong- with the kind of team that will b desperately hard to lick." However, he declared he be lieved, conference conditions in dicate better chance of beating California any' year : since 1919 With only one. a way from home game on the Washington schedule; Coach Exendina expressed the convinction that the Huskies have; a great chance to land at the top of the heap.il jj: j. ; - I As to the chances bfTWashins ton State, he said: "We have hopes; we arc' making no big pre dictions." :1 ! , i-i TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ; i i .- FOR SALE By OWNER DESIR ' able modern home, near new r Parrlsh school; 7 rooms, sleep ' Jng porch, furnace, garage, large lot. , fruit. $4300 cash or easy terms. Phone 1037. sl3 GOAST AND l! MA JOR LEAGUE GAMES! PACIFIST PASTORS SOUNDLY FLAYED (Continued from pas 1) I f CLUB PERCENTAGES I Frisco ; Angtta 1 Score .. R. II. R. Can Francisco . . . . . . . . 6 12 ' 0 los Angeles . . . . ... . . . 1 6 0 Grlfrin and Ritchie; Myers, Ramsay and Jenkins. Portland lO; Seattle 7' Score R. II. Portland .... 10 16 Seattle . i . .'. . ..... ... . 7 12 Gardner and Daly; Jones, Steu land anda Baldwin. E. 3 7 . Salt Ijako 17; Sacramento JO Score r - , R. II. E. Sacramento ..10 13 2 Salt Lake . . . . . ..1719 1 -Hughes, Smith'. Shea, and Koeh ler; O'Neill antLPeters. Vernon 4 ; Oakland 3 Score , v R. Ili E. Vernon ..... 4 15 "0 Oakland . ... . . . . 3 10 2 (10 Innings.-; Christion and : D. ' Murphy; Krause and Baker., Where there's smoke there's liable to be campaign cigars. J New York 22-tt, fiostou I-O t Score h' ' , - - - v r '-- ?'':Klrst game J , R. IIE: Boston .......... i ' . . 1 . 7 2 New York J . . 22 27 3 Cooney, McNamara, Mulch and Gibson; : Barnes, Huntzinper j and Gowdy, Hartley. ' , Second game R. H. E. Boston ......... i lj .. 0 3 2 New York ....,.. 8 9 1 Genewich, Yeargla and Gibson; McQuillan and Gowdy. Brooklyn IS, Phllndelplila 1 : Score - j R. II. E. Philadelphia . . . . 4 L- 15-0 Brooklyn f 8 0 3 ; Uetts. Bishop and; Wilson; Ehr tiardt and Deberry. ; . " E. 2 f i Cincinnati fl, (litraco .'t 1 Score - It. H. Cincinnati . . 6 11 Chicago '. .u.v3 8 0 , ponohue. Keen, Blake and Win go; Jacobs, Wheeler" and 0'Fa- rell. Ixuis : lr; R V 1 NEWTON M'COY IS ATTACKED BY. COREY tCoittlnqedLfrom pax 1)" & brought" iy-ihedmmissIon upon its own motion; 'therefore there were butXwo formal parties in volved, the commission and the carriers.. To be 'sure, some ship pers 'upon request testified for the commission; so did other ship pera testify for the railroads and opposed the , relief sought to, be made effective by the commission's complaint. These witnesses were not parties to the case. Mani festly, had all shippers been call ed into the conference. It would have resulted in nothing more or less than another hearing in the matter. Mr. McCoy's Inference that there " were 'star chamber,: proceedings " is merely political hicanery." , ' ; -I PittsburRii , Sf Score- '..i Pittsburgh . ......., St. Louis i . Adams and Coach, i Schmidt; H.E. 2 10 1 1 Ihiiiulelphia Washington lr Score- . First same , " R. H. E. Washington ... . .1 6 0 Philadelphia ........ 2 10 1 Zachary and Ruel; Gray, " and Perkins. i : Second game ; Washington . . . ; . . . . . . G 14 1 Philadelphia ....... & 13 1 Mogrldge and Ruel; Helmach, Meeker, Welnert and Perkins. f Chicago 12, Detroit 8 Score- ' R. H. Chicago ............ 12 19 Detroit . . . 8 11 Thurston and Crouse; Collins, Wells, Dauss, Stoner. Pillette and Bassler. '. E. 1 2 Vw York .... Brooklyn .. I'ltlKburgh .... Cincinnati .... Chicago ........ St. l.oui .... Philadelphia Boston . At Boston: New York-Boston, game postponed;, rain- i Ko other games scheduled. t r- 'I it1 ill'. 7V TEGLECT plays havoc -with the ; f. home. 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" lii T NEWS wait 'till you see FRED THOMPSON in this lianxlrrd horsepower ac tion drataak'ol' the West. - IVr- Hoiutlity - "pep" .are fiitt i mlddlenave mnd vou're eoins to put hinVat the head of your 'list of fa yjrfff stars. : i Liberty TODAY ONLY, laines and Gonzales; HOPE HELD THAT YOUNG QUINLAND MAY BE ALIVE (Continued from 1) and travel that might have ap pealed to an imaginative 14-year- old? is being asketi I ! Residents of West Salem watched i the proceedings at the river. It was stated by at least one of these that boy on a bl- ycle, answering th6 general de scription of Eldon Quinland, was neen Monday afternoon, thQ time tbe drowning is supposed to have occurredThe boy Is said to have arried a bundle under his jarm. If Quinland obtained the cloth ing for himself and, Sherman, where he got this ik liot known, for Mr. Quinland madej a careful check of his son's Wearing ap parel, and announced ' thatj there vf as nothing missing. Some money belonging to , the - boy was also found in . his locker.' iThls Is" the 6uly thing in a chain of proble matical circumstancesj that might not tit into the general scneme 01 conjectures ! . M J ' : In the. meantime 4 the searc) along the - bottom of the Wlllamr cue , is Deing costmaeosaoan bo in progress until "every possl-t ble doubt, that the; body of Eldoq buinland is not ln;the vicinity of the swimming holejf Tbe search is ot being carried on j only close o the place where, iti is thought possible; for the ; boy to have drowned, but for several hundred feet along the bank! and out to khe main current of tbe river. .1. General White outlined tbe pur pose ot the National Defense act, which became a law In June 1920. The law, he said, provided for the security of the nation in time of an , emergency that might arise in the future The bulk of tbe test falls upon the citizens of the country, he said, and three classi fications are to be represented. First the regular army, with 120, 000 oficers "and, enlisted-' men; second, the national guard, with 200,000 officers and men and finally the organized defense of a skeletonized army consisting chief ly ' of reserve officers, the men to be recruited as the occasion Cleveland demands. It ia to learn how B"ton p " quickly the citizen army can be mobilized that tbe test is being made. When volunteer enlist ments prove' too alow,; the country resorts to a draft. In refuting arguments against the mobilization, on . the ground that it is militaristic and tends to stimulate the war. General White emphasized the fact that like boats are used at frequent intervals on the ocean and not ignored until a vessel sinks and that fire de partments do not incite incendiar ism,: In closing General White predicted that Oregon would "go over the top" in, its quota' of volunteer enlistments; for Friday. Entirely NeW lypei Upen- Carle Abrams, passed rolls among ClOSed Car Forecast; tX- members of the club for signatur- iraoraindry DedUiy explained its nurnose briefly. He announced that after the parade has been formed, heads would be uncovered for two minutes in memory of those who gave their lives for their country and that taps would be sounds by a muted bugle. f 1 FA.CIFIO COAST LEAGUE - ' Won l.ot PVt. Ran Francisco i.i. : "Si 70 - .5S Meattle : 86 74 Oakland ..U... 4 7H .519 Vernon .... 80 81 ,4W7 I'urtland ...... ! 77 83 .41 l.os Angele 77 84 .478 Malt Lake .... ...... 7fi 85 i.472 Sacrsiuruto .. . 72 88 .4."iO NATIONAL LEAGUE Woo Lost Pet. 84 84 7 75 Tl S8 51 44 54 .' 66 64 64 81 85 9) .60 .fi(K( .8.r .5H9 .52 .418 .S75 .348 ' It's easy to pick out a mechan ic's helper. ' He's the one that does the work. - STUDEBAKER MODELS SUNDAY FA5IOUS PAINTER DIES SAN JOSE, Cal., Sept. 10. Ast- ley D. ' M. Cooper, Internationally known painter of Indian heads and western scenes, died here to day aged 68. He s j survived by his widow, Charlotte George Cooper. 1 - iV " - mSmm mm jfftom ssaPsaiasW r4. Thursday" "Jandh ' :!Friaay Jr.st 2 Days to See KING'S 1924 REVUE . SPARKLING MUSICAL COJEDY Special Bargain Matinee Today BLIGH THEATRE COMEDY i "-MM NEWS Mcdonald Now Flaying OREGON SpUTH BEND. Ind., Sept. 11 Those on te Inside, who have Been the carefully-guarded, new Studebaker cars, . are predicting nothing short of a sensation for American motordom when they are publicly announced this com ing Sunday, September 14. Kntire New-Type Body. Chief among these la said to be an entirely new type of body t pressed steel, which is both an onen car and a closed car. The entire top of the car Is shaped In steel and covered with water proof moleskin fabric. The dev Ice for converting the car into a closed car la said to be entirely new. and almost-instantaneous in operation. The new type car will not be higher in price than the average open car. according to advance predictions. I alalia the flrst complete change in models that Studebaker has announced in six years. People may reasonably expect ; drastic changes and not be disappointed, say those, who have seen the nw uiuucm. . ? .x: xs. x x v.: Stndehaker neineer Ncombed the motor centers of-Europe last year for new ideaBdt . onto . in siyie ana appearance dui in me chanical design. . As a result' tbe; new lines and appearance suggest foreign distinction. Although the new Studebaker cars are an like any present American 5 or foreign cars In appearance, they are said to be exceptionally beau tiful, j ' i Xew Ideas Throughout According to Inside sources, et- tra-wide and deeply crowned fen-j ders have been designed especially for the new type of large -balloon Further predictions are: that there will be an entirely new f pur passenger model on one of the; three ehasses an especially bea-j inui car wun new-iaeas in com fort and coziness. A Branl-New Six. There Is an entirely new . Six; coming from the new -factories at South Bend,, according to reliable Information. It is said to be larl ger than the former Light Six and to Include many new i features which gave it remarkable power and performance. Although fL medium sized car, it has been so designed that the driver's com partment has as much room as that of the largest, car, reports have it. f The big Studebaker , factories both In Detroit and South Bend have , been In production, full force, for the last thirty days and the new cars have been shipped to every part of the United States for the first public announcement and display to be made next Sun day. - ; l .: : N - j-if i This Is really the first output of the now-completed new plants in South Bend, one of which Is a closed body plant said to rep resentan investment of ten rnil Ilon dollars. It is claimed that economies possible In the new plants by modern . methods and modern machinery, substantially! reduce the prices of all Studebaker1 cars, quality considered, : ; fToed BoHes "stuletaker-5Ia(Ie ; All of the new closed bodies are now manufactured complete by Studebaker. In material, work-i man ship and finish they are said to be as fine as any closed bodies ever produced in this country., s p There has been tremendous in terest In; the forthcoming Stndef baker announcement for many week among people who are in terested In automobiles. t Undoubtedly next Sunday -will find hundreds present at local Studebaker , salesrooms on band to see 'the sensational new Stude baker unveiled. ; ; ! AJsXBICAN LEAGUE . ;! Won lAttt Prt Washingfon .. i. 57 .584 Nw York 1 .; 78 : 58 .573 Iflroit ....: .76 5S .547 8t. I.onis " : 70 65 .519 ...:.....,... 63 75 . .450 .V.. .. l 76 .445 ..... .... 60 78 .441 Chicago ....,.. ' 59 77- .434 NEVER BE WITHOUT IT for it immediate! v ! eases sudden, severe, colicky painia mad cramps in toroacK and bowels, deadly nausea and weak-! emng diarrhoea, for cJuIdreia ana grown-up use CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC and DIARRHOEA1 I REMEDY A very noccwry home remedy REmSE SI GERMANS DUESELDORFF, Ger!, Sept. 10. (By the Associated ; Press.) 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