The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 19, 1924, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON : ' WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19.1024 ' I
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1024
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ITOR
Union Oil Losfcs in Second
Game; No More Contests
Played This Week
After jlwo crushing defeats in
the Commercial basketball league,'
the American legion quintet un
derwent ja reorganization this
weekj, called In the (reserves and
went! over the top last night, tak
ing ilauser Bros, into camp by
the score of 21 to 3. j Swigert
and jProcior starred tor the sol
diers! -The sportsmen had not
played together before and their
lineup presented a ragged appear
ance.! Stanley Waters shone for
the losers. .;
In; the second game the Union
Oil aggregation defeated the Cen
tral pharmacy players 18 to 11.
The druggists offered Sparks as
thefr outstanding player and
played: the first game under his
leadership. For the (Union Oil.
Pug- Ross performed in his usual
brilliant -manner while Glen Gregg
also tafredv '
"Lineup of the four teams were
as follows: .
tf Legion Proctor and Swigert,
forwards;. Boise. center; vRingle
and Bassett,' gnardft.: t f4' , '
- Hauser- Bros. --Straton and S.
Waters, ijforwardB; ; i Kenney and
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Wilkerson, center; White and R.
Waters, guards.' .
Central Pharmacy Sparks, E.
Oath and Mcenney, forwards; A.
Gath and Herrold. center; McCune
and Perrine, i:uards. 7
Union Oil 4 Gregg, Horgeson
and Newton, jl forwards; Lieske,
-enter: Ross and Ashby. guards.
R. Mason rei'ereed the contests.
No other gtimes will he played
in the Commercial league this
week because 4f the Corn show at
the Armory.
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ROYAL BATTLE SAT.
Oregon and I OAC Meet in
Annual Combate; Crowds;
1 Intense Interest 1
Ore eon will I wind i ub Its coast
conference schedule with the Ore
gon Aggies in a game which will
settle the state championship for
the year. A university invasion
of the Aggie campus is expected
and special trains will leave Eu
gene for the scene of the state
classic; Comparative scores give
Oregon an edge as far as "dope"
is concerned, but '.'dope' is use
less in the annual clash between
the two state' institutions. One
team may have had! a poor sea
son, the other a successful one,
and the outcome of the annual
battle will find the poorer team
victorious. ' ; '?..
Both teams4 fight harder, when,
unleashed against each other than
at any, other time during the sea
son. OAC has a' big powerful
eleven,, protected by a wonderful
kicker in Tebbs, who boots the
ball well over the 40 yard mark.
OAC will outweigh Oregon, an
advantage which will have to be
offset by Oregon i fight and the
plays football i fans say . Maddock
has reserved for this 'game. An
derson is not the punter Tebbs is,
and much, of the Oregon success
will depend on his ability to re
turn the Heaver end's long kicks.
Last year the f Aggies, through a
brilliant run by Quarterback
Price, took the annual clash t
to 0.
TRY TO SAVK COWS
VICTORIA, B. C, Nov. 18.
Instead of killing dairy cows re
acting to tuberculin tests, supple
mentary physical tests are to be
applied in British Columbia, Dr.
D. Warneck informed the agricul
ture committee of the legislature
her,e today. . . j, ; ; i
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FIGHT TO FIN
Enacted By '-
MONTE BLUE
IRENE RICH
TULLY MARSHALL
RUSSELL SIMPSON
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ROOTERS TO GAME
Forest Grove Will
Local Students
See Many
at Con- :
rday ;
test on Satu
Plans to send a large delegation
of Willamette student to the an
nual gridiron struggle between
the Bearcats and the Badgers next
Saturday are under way. Freder
ick Arpke, Willamette; yell king,
has arranged for a special train
to carry the rooters to Forest
Grove. With both schools con
fident of winning and with a bit
ter desire on the part of the Bear
cats to avenge the defeat of last
year, the game should be one of
intense fight. - The students are
going to be at the scene; with
hearty support.
Willamette and Pacific are his
torical enemies. In the old days
before, the advent of state insti
tutions these two schools produced
formidable teams, and honors in
the struggles between them were
about even. In 190C, however,
Willamette broke loose and ran up
a total of . 14 consecutive annual
victories, with the exception of
two years during the war when
football play was suspended. In
1920 Pacific staged a comeback,
and for" the last three jrears has
given Willamette the small end of
the score. a .1
With, a. Bearcat team ithis year
to all appearances superior to last
year's team, despite score compar
isons, high hopes are entertained
of again entering the winning col
umn against Pacific. !
Unless something unforseseen
happens Willamette will have its
best team on the field Saturday.
While Coach Rathbun is I inclined
to be pessimistic on account of the
hard luck, the team has had this
season, he is putting the men
through a-strenuous practice this
week in order to have them in the
best possible condition, and ex
pects to wind up the season with
a victory. : I
A letter inviting Willamette
students to the game was received
from the Pacific student body and
read in chapel today. The game
will be the feature of Pacific's
Homecoming, and elaborate plans
are being made for the event.
Johnson Will Retire at j t
Point of Highest! Glory
WASHINGTON. Nov. 18. (By
The Associated Press.) The de
posit at Oakland. Cal., by Walter
Jehnsen ofhis first paytnent for
the Oakland club of the Pacific
Coast league. Is accepted by Wash
ington fandom as definitely mean
ing the loss of the star pitcher to
Washington, although his formal
release from the local club has not
yet been granted.
In passing from major league
baseball Johnson has brought to
pass .something that has seldom
happened in competitive sport, the
retirement of an athlete at the top
of his form and at the point of
his greatest glory.
GOLFERS TO COME
SEATTLE, Nov 1.8. A party of
Chicago golfers 125 strong, is to
visit links of the Pacific norths
west two weeks next summer, it
was learned here today. A tenta
tive schedule called for a stop at
Spokane, Seattle and Tacoma,
Wash., Victoria and Vancouver,
B. C, and Portland, Or.
Tom Gibbons Will Meet !
I Norfolk for 15 Rounds
NEW" YORK, Nov. 18. The
state athletic commission today
placed Its official stamp of ap-
proval on the Tom Gibbons-Kid
Norfolk 15 round match at Madi
son Square Garden Tuesday, De
cember 9. after every available
heavyweight outside of Jack Demp-
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WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
sey was considered -as an-opponent
for Gibbons.
This match is the headliner of
the Christmas fund show, the net
proceeds of which will be distrib
uted to the poor of New York.
POLICE HAVE NO CLEWS
ON FIRE TRAGEDY
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medicine cabinet. Questioning of
other members of the family fail
ed to throw any light on this
phase. f
Boy Testifies
"After you knew that the odor
that attracted you was the burn
ing flesh of your mother, did you
go to the furnace and look at the
body," ; Prosecutor King ques
tioned. " i
"I did not," the boy answered.
"Why didn't you," the prosecutor
questioned again.
' "I didn't want to see my moth
er burning in a furnace," he said.
Each of the witnesses were a;!k
ed concerning a certain student in
the university who is now ill in a
local hospital. ' The minister told
police that he visited her yester
day while on his regular round of
mercy. The children knew the
patient and testified that she also
was known to the mother and
that her name had never been
mentioned by the family only as
other members of the pastor a
church. ' ' ,
Officials are unanimous in their
belief that the woma,n could not
have ended her own life in the
manner described. The furnace is
the usual type. The smallness of
the door and its height from the
floor would make It impossible for
the woman to crawl Into the open
ings -feet first and had she gone
la head first she would not have
been able to turn in the, furnace
and close the door, they contend.
Five groups Meet With
Coacli Rathbun and Work
Out Constitution! "
A distinct advance in athletic
activity at Willamette university
was made yesterday when repre
sentatives of the five Greek Let
ter fraternities met with Coach
Rathbun and discussed plans to
promote inter-fraternity competi
tion in athletics. All representa
tives expressed their willingness
to cooperate in drawing up a suit
able constitution governing eligl
bility.and pther matters and It was
decided "to start the competition
with a basketball tournament.
There has been a desire on the
part of a number of students to
bring about inter-fraternity com
petition for some time, and with
the meeting yesterday, the desire
is to be realized. A suitable tro
phy is to.be awarded for perman
ent possession to the' fraternity
which scores the highest percent
age throughout all activities.
It was decided at the meeting
to draw up a constitution incorp
orating the various rules of the
competition for submission to the
fraternities for approval and ac
ceptance. Eligibility rules will
probably include - provisions pro
hibiting from participation of
lettermen in the particular sport
played, alumni of the fraternities,
students not regularly enrolled in
12 hours of scholastic work, and
members of the varsity squad in
that particular activity.
It is planned to get everything
definitely arranged by December
1, in order that the basketball
tournament may get under way
soon. ;
DRUGS EXCITE
THE KI1EVS,
Take Salts at First Sign of Illal
der Irritation or Backache.
I The American men and women
must guard constantly against kid
ney trouble because we often eat
too much rich food. Our blood
is filled with acids which the kid
neys strive to filter out; they
weaken from overwork, become
sluggish,, the eliminative tissues
clog and the result is kidney trou
ble, bladder weakness and a gene
ral decline in health.
When your kidneys feel like
lumps of lead; your back hurts or
the urine is cloudy, full of sedi
ment, or you are obliged to seek
relief two or three times during
the night; if you suffer with sick
headache, or dizzy,' nervous spells,
acid stomach, or if you have rheu
matism when the Weather is bad,
begin drinking lots of good soft
water and get from your pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts.
Take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few
days and your kidneys may then
act fine.
This famous salts is made from
the acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lithia, and has been
used for years to help flush and
stimulate clogged kidneys, to
neutralize the acids in the svitem
so they no longer are a source of
irritation, thus often relieving
bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is Inexpensive; can not
injure, makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water drink end be
longs in every home, because no-
body can make a mistake by hav
ing a good kidney flushing any
. time. By all means have your
physician examine your kidneys at
least twice a year. Air.
NTER
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ATHLETICS PLANrJED
mil WATER
GUTTER FIRES
ON STEAMSHIP
Failure of Liner to Stop on
Command Results in Shot
Across , Bow
SEATTLE, Nov. 18. After the
American-Oriental mail line steam
ship President Grant operated by
the Admiral-Orientr 1 line refused
to stop on a signal from the
United. States . coast guard cutter
Snohomish near Port Townserid.
Wash., today, the cutter fired a
shot across the liner's bow and
boarded the ship to hunt for nar
cotics, it was learned on the
steamship's arrival here.
While federal agents were hunt
ing for narcotics the President
Grant proceeded to Seattle with
the cutter following. When dark
ness arrived the cutter's search
lights were turned on the steam
ship as a precaution against con
traband being thrown overboard.
Although officials were still hunt
ing for narcotics tonight no nar
cotics Were found, they-said.
This was the first time In local
marine history that a trans-Paci-fic
American liner has been stop
ped during a voyage for a search
of this kind. Federal officers
who boarded the President Grant
on her arrival at Victoria yester
day from . the far, east declared
they had no knowledge of a con
templated raid by the cutter en
route to Seattle. The officers in
cluded E. C. McFarland, Port
land, collector of customs for
Oregon; Louis Schwabey, Los
Angtles, southern California cus
toms collector; Charles Salter,
Washington. 1). C, special agent
of the customs department,. and
Captain W. It. Jarrell, head of the
United States secret service here.
The raid was staged In accord
ance with a new plan developed
to thwart narcotic smugglers on
far eastern liners, coast guard of
ficials said.
TO FUXJ DOPEIW
- VICTORIA, B. C, Nov. 18. A
resolution was passed by the pro
vincial legislature here today
recommending an amendment to
the criminal code to provide, for
flogging of convicted narcotic
traffickers.
Consider a boy's trial! He has
to go to bed when he isn't sleepy
and get up when he is.
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There is no reason for just wishing for a flawless Thanksgiving dinner. Most anything
that one needs to prepare and serve that eventful feast can be had from our store and
on easy terms without interest. , .
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a few of each size of our purcaluminum roasters.
v $1.50 Round 10 inch now 98c
! $2.50 Oval 14 inch now $2.00
: $3.50 Oval 16 inch now.... . ....$2.65
$4.50 Oval 18 inch now.. $3.25
I $3.50 Round 12 inch Baster. ..$2.50
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Man Held for Murder of
Wife; Attempts Suicide
PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 18.
Martha Mooney; 48, was shot and
killed by her divorced husband,
J. I). Mooney, 52, tonight in a ga
rage In the rear of her home here.
Mooney then attempted to take
his own life, the bullet entering
near his right temple. lie was
taken to a hospital where he was
under guard and held on a charge
of murder.
MS
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Condition Is Still Critical,
Says Latest Report From
Doctor Sawyer
.MARION", Ohio, Nov. 18. (By
the Associated Press). Mrs. Flor
ence Kling Harding was reported
tonight by her physician. Dr. Carl
W. Sawyer, in a "critical" condi
tion. There has been no change
since this afternoon, however, he
reported. Tonight's bulletin said:
"There is no change in the con
dition of Mrs. Harding since this
afternoon. She is still weak and
exhausted Her condition Is criti
cal." Dr. Sawyer announced .he will
issue no more statements tonight.'
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Army Goods ; Outing Goods
The Store That Sells, for Less
O'COATS
Reclaimed Array O. D. over
coats In good 7C
shape $0ID
RUBBERS
Very best grade Hood Rubber
Co. rolled edge &1 Ifk
Rubbers . . . . .
LEATHER VEST
We carry the most complete
line of leather vests and coats
first. . $5.95 to $17.00
The More You Buy the More You Save'
UNITED OUTING STORES
189 N. Commercial St.
Xext Door to- BusliCt's Grocery Store
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SPECIALS
ALUMINUM
ROGERS BROS. 1847 SILVERWARE
Son. - We have both makes in many different patterns. We will
beautiful ware and of course our liberal terms make it easy to buy.
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SALEM HIGH MAY
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Question Is Expected to Be
Threshed Out at Meet
! ins in Corvallis
One of the questions to be con
sidered at the Willamette Valley j
conference at Corvallis December
OA ...in la ; l. l .. Vi
iut will ut- nic jua&iuiiiijr ui iu:
withdrawal of Salem- High from
the thletic conference. A desire
to meet the large Portland schools
which is now hindered by this
membership in the state league, i3
the reason for the move.
Willamette Valley
Transfer Co.
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Fast Through. Freight to All
T Valley Points Iaily -Spoed-Kf
f iciency-Service .
Salem-Portland-Woodburn ,
Corvalli Eugene - Jefferson
Dallas - Albany - Monmouth
Independence . Monroe ;
Springfield :
SHIP BY TRUCK
NAVY PEA COATS ;
Genuine Navy Pea- coats, new
and best
made . . . . .
$10.85
t SLICKERS
3-4 length slicker coats, double
:l ,..$4.65
BLANKETS
English Army wool blankets,
good size and the
supply is limited
$3.50
Salem, Ore.
QUIT GONFEBEMG
GIVING
ROASTERS
DINNERWARE
Sold on Easy Terms
Without Interest
We have forty-two "patterns of dinnerware from
which to choose. We are featuring the Haviland
& Co., of Limoges, open stock patterns.
Easy Terms
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Representatives of the league
will meet in Corvallis from Salem,
Corvallis. Eugene, and from other
schools will be present- The in
creasing membership of the Sa
lem high school student body
makes it difficult" for the local
school to secure games and it is
expected that the latter move will
remove this trouble..
- Embracing an opportunity may
be hugging an illusion.
Jim Bill
Smith & Watkins
Distributors
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Joo Williams
The Battery Man
otto iiuff
Starr & Whittemore
Great Western Garage
Mike Panek
Wolgamott & Ostrander
Service Dealers .
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