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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S, 1924
I STATESMAN PAGE OF LIVE SPORT NEWS FROM EVERYWE-OITJ,
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B.: H. Currant, Immigration
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NEW YORK, Oct,' 2. Immlgra
U6n Commissioner B. H; Currant
today recommended jto Secretary
of' Labor Davis that the deporta
tion proceedings instituted against
Luis' Angel Firpo Argentine heavy
weight, be dismissed. jl
pillis Island officials said that
this would entitle the pugilist to
reknain in the country -providing
tn commissioner's recommenda
tiin;is not overruled (by Secretary
z Transfer! Co.
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Davis.' 1 Another action against
Firpo charging him ! with perjury
in connection with his entry-into
the country last July, still is pend
ing before United States Commis
sioner Hitchcock. i i 1 fw (
A New York newspaper was
said by Mr. Currant today toTiave
been the figure behind the Firpo
prosecution. The commissioner
declared that Canon William
Chase,, who appeared as the osten
sible prosecutor had testified at
a recent hearing before an immi
gration board that he bad waged
his fight at the instigation of the
newspaper. . j
Canon Chase also testified, the
commissioner said, that the same
publication paid counsel fees in
connection with fhe case. The
clergyman. Mr. Ctirran said, had
I refused to give tpe name of the
puuiicuiiuo luai uau uat&eu uia
campaign nor did he name the sum
paid by it to his attorney, Ber
nard II. Sandler. Canon denied
that; he had been paid anything
by the publication, j
. Canon Chase charged that Fir
po had brought a woman to the
United States for immoral pur
poses at the time he came here
fronrBuenos Aires for his fight
with Harry -Wills.! The special
board of inquiry that heard the
cas concluded "that there is no
evidence upon which a recommen
dation to the secretary of labor
to prder deportation of the alien
may be based."
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SPOKANE PLAYERS ?
Team of JSlorth Central High
School to Play Washing-;.-'
ton High Team 1
SPOKANE, Oct. 2. The North
Central high school football team
leaves; here' tonight for Portland
where it will meet the Washing
ton high school eleven, Portland
champions last year, on Saturday.
The game will be the first con
test between high schools of the
two cities since 1913. Coach Clar
ence. Zimmerman is taking 16
players to Portland, including
nine lettermen of last year's team.
3 TEAMS PLAY
Several Complete Squads
Liven Up Gridiron at Sa- ;
lem School . ,
Last night found more than
three complete teams out on the
high school field and the men were
put through a few plays and a
light tackling program by Coach
Hollis Huntington. All the men
are working hard and are getting
down to the business of the sea
son in fine shape.
Efforts to arrange for one or
two games with smaller schools
prior to the first interscholastic
contest with Albany on October
25 have proven fruitless so far,
but Coach Huntington still has
hopes, of connecting with such a
game. Inquiries and requests for
games have not yet been answered.
With Harris and Coffee, a two
year letterman, reporting for prac
tice next week the lineup will be
strengthened materially. Harris
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Seattle . 96
Oakland . 9i
Salt Lak 93
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Vernon - 9"
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has also ' had experience and will
prove an asset to the team.
John Coughill, captain of the
team this year, is playfng at cen
ter at present. Coughill is a good
all-around man, and last year
played -with equal success; at cen
ter, guard and end,
More shifting will be necessary
before positions are definitely al
lotted, and even then, with the
amount of available material, the
men will- have to fight fto hold
their places.' .1 j
13 DAYS LATE
GREEN PORT, N; Y., Oct. 2.
The auxiliary, steam yacht Sead
rift, owned by C. S. Somerville of
Los Angeles arrived here today,
13 days overdue on her maiden
trip from Cowes, England. The
yacht had IT passengers..
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TWO SCHOOLS GET
READY FOR MATCH
Idaho and Gonzaga Prirrfecj
for Gridiron Contest J
Coming Tomorrow !
SPOKANE, Oct. 2. Scrimmage
practice in .preparation . for , the
game with the University of Idaho
here Saturday afternoon was end
ed , today by the Gonzaga univer
sity football, team. -Coach Dorais
gave. the: Bulldog squad a light
workout this afternoon , and said
A NEW TYPE OF WOMAN!
The story of a youthful beauty a girl who found happiness in the
romance of courtship but who lost it in one short year of marriage.
Her pitiful struggle to find a substitute for happiness will wring the
heart; her narrow escape from folly will thrifl you with its. dramatic
intentness; her ultimate salvation through a genuine love will make
you smile with happiness. , '. A
Come and see how this one girl solved her problem, one that might
easily confront any girl or wife- picture that will held you
the Gonzaga team was in fine'
shape for the opening contest I of
the northwest conference season.
MOSCOW, Idaho. Oct. 4.
Coach Mathews and the Univer
sity;, of 1 1daho eleven :will leave
here;; tomorrow noon for Spokane,
where the Vandals will meet Gon
zaga university in their first game
of the 'season Saturday. Scrim
mage practice was ended yester
day whon several changes in line
up were made by coach Mathews.
All the changes .were in the back
field, where several passing and
lunting combinations were tried. .
Calif ornians Defeated : i
At Westbury Tournament
VESiTBURY, Oct. 2'. The Cal
ifornia polo team was eliminated
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from the tournament: for - the
Monty Waterbury cup today on
Cochrane - field at Meadow brook,
failing to hold a handicap of four
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Orange county horsemen and los
ing in the semi-final match by a
score of 12 to 8. - - '