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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1924
STATESMAN PAGE . OF' LIVE ; SPORT NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE ,;
Seals Make Big Gain on Se
attle for Coast League 1
if - i
TORTLAND, Oct.) 44-San Fran
cisco trounced Portland two games
here today. The Seals took the
first contest by a 5 id 1 score and
walked away with i the second
game 15 to 5. The final frame of
the second .contest wag marked by
a deluge of seven runs by the vis
Score- ... R. H. E
San Francisco 5 6 1
Portland i ....... . .il: .18 I
Griffin ! and Ritchie; Gardner
and Cochrane. I j j
(Second gaide) ii
San Francisco .
Portland -. ......
. R. H.
. 5 11
Crockett . and. Yelle; Winters
and Cochrane. pi
Vernon 11, Sacramento 5 , J
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 4 Vernon
took an edge on' tbejj series with
Sacramento by winning a ragged
game here today 11 ; to 5. The
-Tigers had no difficulty In con
necting, with the offerings - of
rPrough'and Hall. A six run rally
la the fifth cinches the game for
the Tigers. - ' ' ..
; Score j R. H. E
Sacramento . :i u . . 5 10 2
Vernon .. .-.jL.U 15 0
; Prough. Hall arid Koehler,
Shea; Ludolph and Murphy. : , 1
1 . Angels 11, Seattle 6
1 SEATTLE, Oct. 4-4-Seattle lost
a game and a half of the Pacific
Coast' League baseball pennant
race when Los Angeles won here,
today: 11 to 6. San Franciscoi
league leaders won ;t.wo con testa.
from Portland, i Seattle took the
lead in the early innings but the
Seraphs found Steuland in the
fourth and fifth frames for six
runs and nicked Lefty Jones who
relieved him for flve?more in the
sixth and seventh.1 Rohwer, Seat
tle outfielder, drove) two home
runs overr the right j field 1 fence
one with two runners on base.
i Score R. H. E.
Los Angeles . . . . . . i . . 11 11 1
Seattle ........... 4.. 6 8 2
j Root and Jenkins; Steuland.
Jones, Brandt and E.j Baldwin, j
i Salt Lake 13, Oakland O
OAKLAND, Oct. f-Salt Lake
City shut out the Oaks today in a
one siSed game 13 to 0. Mails,
Murchlno and Robertson all prov
ed; easy for the slugging Bees,
bent on clinching the series. Ar
lett was ejected from the perform-
LtTlIions Use It Few Cents
Buys Jar at Drugstore
Even stubborn, unruly or sham
pooed hair stays combed all day in
any style you like f ilair-Groom"
is A dignified combing cream which
gives that natural gloss and well
groomed effect to j your hair that
final touch to good dress both in
business and on social occasions.
"I lair-Groom" is 'greaseless ; also
helps grow thick.! heavy, lustrous
hair. Beware of greasy, harmful
imitations. Adv. 1
, Willamette Valley
' Transfer Co.
fast Through, Freight to All
; Valley Points "Daily.
I i Speed-Efficiency-Service i
Corvallis- -Engenei - Jefferson
, Dallas - Albany jMonmouth
i CLUB PERCENTAGES I
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
I Woo Lost
Suit l-akr .
arice by Umpire Guthrie for dis
puting a decision in the first and
Cather was carried off the field
with a twisted ankle in the
seventh. Oakland made seven er
rors. " ' 'y :
Score , R. IL.E.
Salt Lake ............ 13 17 0
Oakland J. ... . . . 0 ; 5 7
McCabe and Peters; Mails.
Murchlno, Robertson and Baker.
WHITE SOX A61
Third Straight Victory Tak
en Through Hard Slug
; ging, Method ,
CHICAGO, Oct. 4. The White
Sox slugged themselves to their
third straight victory over their
Cub rivals today 13 to 0. The
American leaguers outplayed their
rivals at all stages of the game
and made it , easy for j Ted Blan
kenship to register a shutout. He
allowed only four hits and only
two men reached second base, one
getting there In the! third and
another in the last frame when
no effort was made to get Gran
tham who .had reached first on a
single. .'..)'. ' !
, Tony Kaufmann, who lasted two
innings In the' second clash es
sayed a comeback but was forced
to the showers before Je could re
tire the side. Fred Blake took up
the burden and' for a while held
the White Sox In check. But an
other attack In the fifth inning
caused his retirement and Rip
Wheeler was called to the rescue.
Wheeler ( was touched! for a pair
of runs in the seventh and then
gave way to a pinch hitter.
Guy Bush. Killefer's young
rookie made his appearance in the
eighth but could not stop the at
tack until the White Sox had
counted five more runs. r" :rr
Scores I l; R. H.' E.
Cubs . . . . ...... . . !. . . 0 4 3
White Sox ....... .1. . .13 18 1
Kaufman. Blake, jWheeler and
Bush; Blankenship and Schalk.
Grand Jury Indicts
3 for Hernn Riots
MARION, 111.. Oct. 4. The
Williamson county grand Jury
late today returned; indictments
against Sheriff George Galligan.
state's attorney, Deo is Duty and
W. N. Bowen. judge of the Herrin
city court, on a charge of murder
in connection with the Ku Klux
Klan and anti klan rioting at
Herrin last August 30, in which
seven men were fatally wounded.
Washington State Scores
Ten Touchdowns, Allow
t ing Opponents None
PULLMAN, Wash., Oct. 3 Pil
ing up a score of 65 to 0, Wash
ington State Cougars today
slaughtered 1 Pacific University In
the first conference game of; the
season. Gaining almost at will,
Exendine's machine pounded the
Pacific line for 10 touchdowns
and held the Oregon ians to two
first downs. ;
On the first play, Martin, WSC
quarter caught' Weber's kickoff
at the goal line and ran 80 yards
through a scattered field.
Ooach Exendine sent in an en
tirely new team at the beginning
of the second half and they conti
nued the scoring.
PLAY TO 0-0 TIE
Gonzaga Line Is Found to
Hold Firm on its Own
Six-Inch Line !
SPOKANE. Oct. 4 University
of Idafio and Gonzaga university
played to a scoreless tie here this
afternoon, opening the conference
football season.- with a game that
kept the crowd on edge through
out. Idaho ' once ; advanced the
ball to within six inches of Gonza
ga's goal, after a fumbled punt.
The Gonzaga line held and an at
tempted end run lost 10 yards.
giving Gonzaga the ball in the
shadow of their own goal. Stock
ton booted to midfield. In f the
last quarter, Idaho started a drive
that looked dangerous but finally
California Team Shows?
Signs of Improvement
BERKELEY, Cal., Oct. 4. Dis
playing a far better knowledge of
football than that shown : last
week; California defeated St.
Mary college in the .memorial
stadium here today, 17 to 7.
Stanford Wins Over'
Occidental 20 to 6
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal.
Oct.- 4 Stanford university re
vealed an aggressive varsity team
today in the course of Its easy
victory over Occidental college, 20
to 6. The' Cardinal forces show
ed great reserve strength using
more than two complete teams
during the contest.
We call a man success
ful when he gets what he
goes after. We are giving
you what you are after in
clothes; distinctive style,
fit, and long wear.
From AH Over U, S.
At Seattle: Washington 57;
Wlllamete 0. u
At Los Angeles
mona 0. . J !
USC 14; Po-
At Berkeley: California 17; St.
At Missoular Mpntana univer
sity 40; Mount St J Charles 7.
At, Pullman, Wash: Washing
ton State college Cj5; Pacific uni
versity 0. I
At Spokane: Gonzaga 0; Idaho
0.:' (Tie.) 1 " I I .
At South Bend tnd: -Notre
Dame 40; Lombard O.f
1 At St. Louis; Washington U 7;
Drury college 0. j
At Milwaukee: Marquette 2C;
St. Marys 0. i
i At New Haven : Yale 27 ; North
At Annapolis: jCavy 14; Wil
liam & Mary t.
At Cambridge, Mass: Harvard
14; Virginia '0. j.
-At Philadelphia! University of
Pennsylvania 26 ; Franklin and
Marshall college 0 f
, At Middetown, Conn: Wesleyan
20; Rochester 10.
At New York: Columbia 52; St.
At West Point:Army 17; St.
Louis U 0. I
'' At Syracuse: Syracuse 26; Mer
cer 0. (', I
At Princeton: Princeton u 40;
Amherst 6. f
At State College, Penn: Penn
State 51; North Carolina State 0.
At Minneapolis, ! Minn: North
Dakota 0; Minnesota 14.
At Danville, Ky; Valparaiso 0;
Centre 0. '1
' At Bloomington, . Ind: Indiana
21; Depauw 0. f
At Washington, Penn: Washing
ton and Jefferson 19; "Bethany 13.
' At Evanston, II: Northwestern
28; South Dakota to. 1
At WHllamstowii, Mass: Wil
liams 19; Bowdoin O.f
At Hanover, N II i Dartmouth
52: McGill University 0.
Pittsburg; La Fayette 10; Pitts
burg 0 ' 4 .'
1 At Ann Arbor: j Michigan 55;
Miami 0. - 5 i
At Springfield. Ohio; Witten
berg 3; Ohio U 0.
At Providence: fBrbwn 21; Col
by 0. ' -.j;-- I i
At Worcester,! 1 Mass: Holy
Cross 28; St. Johns of Brooklyn 0.
At Madison : I Wisconsin 1 7 ;
Ames 0. .-; f .,U,i,. ', V
At Linfcoln: Illinois 9; Nebras-
At Portland; North Central,
Spokane 3; Washington High,
Portland, 0.' , ! 1 ''
USC Barely Defeats
Pomona College Team
L03 ANGELES. Oct. 4. The
formidable University of Southern
California footbajll team staged
an uphill fight here today to win
a victory; of 14 to- 0 over Pomona
college, a relatively small school.
The. Pomona line i held firmly
against the heavy offensives of
the Trojans timei after time, but
finally gave war near the close of
the second period, '
BIG FIGHT SLATED
FOR LOS ANGELES
Floyd Johnson of New York
to Meet Tony Fuente, Na- j
tive of Mexico
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 4. Floyd
Johnson,- heavyweight boxer of
New York! will fight Tony Fuente
young Mexican heavyweight of
Los Angeles, who has knocked out
four opponents in the past ten
day, on , October 21, in a four
round bout at the Vernon arena,
according to an announcement to
night by "Wad" Wadhams. match
maker for the .Vernon ring. Tl3
agreement was closed by 1 tele
graph between Charles Cook, New
York, manager for Johnson, and
Fred Winsor, who is handling Fu
ente. The Mexican fighter Is 21
years old. weighs 190. pounds and
is six feet and one halt Inches
In height, j
HUGHES OPENS OHIO
CAMPAIGN FOR G. 0. P.
(Continued from pag X)
neither slavery nor Involuntary
servitude except as a punishment
for crime where of the party shall
have been duly: convicted i shall
exist within the United States - or
any place subject to its jurisdic
tion. The third party says that
if congress chooses to : over-ride
this provision, its measure i shall
be effective. ' i .
"The constitution, says that the
right of the people to be secure
In their persons, houses, papers
and effects against unreasonable
searches' and seizures, shall not be
violated. jThe"' third : party ' pro
poses that congress shall have
power to violate this right if It
sees fit. i - J ' 1
"If the proposal of the third
party were adopted, everything
you have, fthe security of your
person and life, would be held at
the mercy of congress., And they
call that progress!": j ; . ;
Powder May Be Used
To Start Airplanes
WASHINGTON, Septj 18,-CThe
motive force of explosives may
surplant that of compressed air In
catapulting airplanes from the
decks of naval vessels as a result
of recent tests at the Anacostia, D.
C. air station. ',
In the new catapult a pistol
shot Ignites a powder charge
which literally "blows" the car
riage on which the plane rests to
the rail at the rate of 60 miles an
hour. The car. is stopped abrupt
ly by hydraulic bumpers, but the
lane continues on its way.
Space occupied by air compres
sors is saved in the improved ty.li
and loss of time, formerly; devoted
to recharging the tanks for each
flight, is averted. .
Nothing is certain, except that
it don't happen as the experts
With the first real touch of cold weather this store is ready to announce an Overcoat
Elxposition that presents selections and values of outstanding importance. This is not. a
display that has been grouped up: over night. It represents weeks of effort in searching
the markets for dependable qualities and extreme values. Every style and type of over
coat is featured in this display, i j
They are all Wonderful Values.
; 1 11 ' - t-i s
Bo) Who Was Thought
Drowned Taken With Con
I I vict at Boone, la, .
I Eldon Quinland, 14, son of Mr.
and j Mrs. John Quinland, the lat
ter ;chlef engineer of the state
prison, and B. L. (Pe-wee) Sher
man, escaped convict, are being'
held at Boone, Iowa j according to
word receive from 'James B.
Reed, chief of police of that city,
by Warden A.i M. Dairy m pie yes
terday. The pair is being held
for ihe Oregon authorities. .
: Young Quinland disappeared
the same day that Sherman made
bis escape. -A bicycle and clothing
left jat the. edge of the swimming
holer near West Salem indicated
that the boy had been drowned
while in swimming. After . the
rivef had been dragged for several
days and diving suits employed in
a search of the river bed, the
search for 'the body was given up.
Word that the missing pair had
been seen near Seaside caused a
trip j to the coast with no results.
Another and later report was that
both had been In jail at Oakridge,
near Eugene,' but' had escaped
during a big mill fire. The next
word received was from the chief
of police- at Denver that Sherman
hadfbeen captnred at Green River,
Wyo. No mention was made of
Quinland end no further word
received- from either Denver or
Green River. : The two telegrams
from the Iowa officer yesterday
just 1 aste he tr i
Taste 'em and youll
ove 'em! Our fine bak
ings make a hit with
folks these crisp October
days. We use only the
best ingredients for our
BREAD, CAKES, PIES,
That's -why everything
you buy here is so whole
some and delicious.
i; t ; .. .
1 Mistland Bakery
Glenn Gregg-Earl Gregg
! i i -i" : , . : ' -
1 7-5 to W0
- oWOOIBN MILLS STORB tKcJ
are the first authentic word to be
I Sherman, who is 25 years 70M
and has a badly scarred face, is
ah ex-jockey, weighing but a lit
tle more than 100 -pounds. He
was received, from! Clatsop county
Nor. 30, 1921. He was under
sentence of five years for larceny
and two Tears for. forgery. On
Sept. 5, 1923, he was paroled on
the larceny charge and started to
serve, his two-year, term, j He has
four years and three months 'yet
to serve on " the revoked parole,
and the unexpired portion of his
second term. All good credits
have been forfeited and he will be
held to the full amount of his
time. 1 :"'
Prosecution of Sherman under
the provisions of the fugitive es
cape law is under ' consideration.
This law provides . a maximum
penalty of 10 years. So far the
law has never been invoked.
Read the Classified Ads.'
Oregon Pulp and Paper Co.
' ..; "Salens, Oregon
Sulphite, and Manila Wrappings, also Butchers Wrap
pings, Adding Machine Paper, Greaseproof, Glasslae,
Drug Bond, Tissue Screenings and Specialties.
Commencing at 1 p. m. at my farm 4'i miles southeast
of Salem; 1 mile southeast of the Girls' Training Schcd;
1 mile northwest of the Boys' Training School.
' ': ' - V-'. x CATTLE e I -J
ersey cow, 7 years old, fresh four weeks ; Jersey
cow, 5 years old, coming fresh in November; Jersey cow,
7 years old, coming fresh in spring; dark Jersey, 6 years
old, to. freshen in spring; Jersey cow, 6 years old, to
freshen in. two weeks.
Oliver plow, 14-inch ; 6-foot grain drill; Champion
mower; hay rake; 2-horse cultivator; 2-section harrow;
set of double harness; Sharpless milk separator; Ford
truck. ' .V;.; v
17 Hhode Island Red hens, 17 Leghorn hens, 125
Ancona pure bred pullets, 60 young frys, one Iowa cream
separator NO. 25, one. ensilage cutter, 16 tons of good
hay.' . ! . r
Copper Queen cook stove; Mission B heater, nearly
new; dining table and 4 chairs; 3 beds complete; 175
quarts of fruit; fruit jars 'and dishes, wash tubs; railk
pails and other small kitchen articles; 1 new brooder
stove ; 2 new screen doors. '
TERMS OF SALE All sums of $20 and under will
be cash, all over this amount, 6 months' time will be
given on notes with-approved security at 8 per cent in
O. L. WHITE, Owner. GEO. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SALEM, Clerk
ORGANIZING SEWING CLASSIC
An enthusiastic group of women
met In the vocational sewing rccn
over Mullen's store Thursday af
ternoon to organize classes In mil
linery and sewing. In order to
accomodate the many requests
three beginning sewing classes
and several in advanced sewing,
beginning millinery and advanced
millinery. Enrollment in these
classes is still open and those In
terested in making a new dress or
rejunovating an old bat are urged
to get in touch as soon as possible
with Mrs. F. E. Barker who will
gladly give you any Information
desired. . Actual classwork will
begin Tuesday and Wednesday of
the coming week. At that time
each one is asked to bring needle,
thlmble thread and scissors.
A hick town is a place where
the hotel towels are not worth