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FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10; 1925
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TWENW. ROUNDS OF BOXING ARE OFFERED AT ARMORY. TONIGHT
Dawson and Lewis Are
Tip-top Shape; Gardeai
One of the best-balanced sand
selected participant Wxtngi cards
of the season will be' - offered to
Salem fight fans by Matchmaker
Harry Plant at 'the Armorjj to
night. The first curtain raiser is
called for S:30 o'clock sharp, with
20 rounds on .the books. !
Frankie Iyewia, scrappy Indian
fighter of Salem, has met the re
quirements made byj Charlie ijaw
hon, of Eugene, a ad weighed in
last night at 138 pounds, llaw
son's fighting weight. Fromj all
nqcounts-this-match, which is slat
ed.for 10 rounds unless ended at
an, earlier period, will be a hjum
mcr from the 'start as both boxers
k&ow their stuff and are jwiLling
to mix with opponents. Uji j
In the semi-windup, Billie Bob
bins, of Portland, J07, andj "Kid"
McCormick.. of Oregon City, 05,
will Bflxf6r six fast rounds, bob
bins me' Babe McCormick j,tbe
J ' Willamette Valley
' Flat ThroBjrh Freight-to All
' WVDer Points Dally '
8 peed-Elf idency-Serrice
Corrallls - Eugene - Jefferson
. Dallas - Albany - Monmouth
Independence - Monroe j
SHIP BY TRUCK
naries will open the program. The
first of these will be- between
"Kid's" brother, at the last fight
and was j an easy winner. Thei
"Kid" was slated for this match!
but 'was unable to appear due to
an injury. He is back this time
and ready for the meeting.
-Two snappy 4-round prelimi-
Bnd. of Eugene, 1 1 5. In the sec
ond event of, the .evening. Shadow
Gretz. 14 4. and Eddie Patter. 150.
both of Salem, will provide the en
tertainment. - j Billy Gardeau, of Portland, who
has met both star performers of
the evening, will be on hand to
challenge the winner "of the Dawson-Lewis,
bout. ; r
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Babe Ruth is
I Hurt in; Fall
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the Pennsylvania tube; between
Manhattan Transfer, N. J.. and
the Pennsylvania1 station Ruh en
tered the wash room. He asked
KtycheH jt( jget nim a comb; and
prepared to jwash his hands and
face. I ; While Kritchell was gone.
Ruth fainted and! fell, striking his
head against the! wash basin. He
was picked up jupconscidus and
carried to his compartment.
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Prowlers Visit !
I Four Buildings
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made through a window in
alley' and by breaking the lock
on the 'office door. !.....
Officer Hickman and Deputy
Sheriff Sam Burkhardt are inves
tigating J the, robberies. I
Dorothy Ellingson ' !
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with thei fact that she was ipos-
sessed of a very unusual mentality
sne fallen to cooperate with us
from the beginning. A doubt
naturally arose in our. minas as
i to her; mental condition and we
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Portland Team Drops Sec
ond Gamo ofi Series; Ef
1 rors Prove Costly!
LOS ANGELES, April 9. Los
Angeles won a freerhlttlng con
test from Portland here today.and
made the series count 2 to L in
favor of the Angels. Thej oore
was 14 to 5. The local team gath
ered a total of 17 hits off three
Beaver "moundsmen. A costly er
ror by , b'utfielder Charles j High
and six hits gave jos Angelas! sev
en tallies in the Denins frame.!
I"ortland . ... . .
Los Angeles . . .
and Crosby; Crindall,
, SEVEN OAKS, Eng.. April 9.
-De Barri Crawshay, a land own
er who died recently at Rosefield,
near here, made provisions in his
last testament that heshould be
dressed in his favorite, kncker
bocker suit and his body cremated.-
.The will read: -- vr
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thereupon sought the advice of the
leading psychiatrists and. alienists.
After a .great! number of physical
and mental testa these scientists
came to the conclusion that the
defendant wa insane, -
"The verdict at the hands of
the special jury Is the greatest
victory for the scientific treat
ment of abnormal persons eyer re
corded in California. It will mean
he beginning jo? a new era in the
treatment of those who are men
tally sick. : j j' v
"While, the? charge of murder
against her probably will' not be
dismissed.-we do not' anticipate
that she will ever be (railed upon
to racs a jury on that charge.
From! the information furnished
J itVill be many years, if ever,
before she isCMred of her present
The insanity jury contained
nine men and three women. The
verdict requiring an agreement of
nine, was voted by ll. Onemaa
dissented. After the verdict the
feirl refused to see her j father.
Joseph Ellington, and iter brother
Karl,: -who had testified that they
believed her " Insane,; Sh found
no comfort in the verdict, pointing
out that some day she would be
found sane and then would have
to face murder charge over again.
O. L. Darling:, Agent. Salem or
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ways have shown favoritism fori
Some of . the Vancouver boy
including ."Hap" Miller the great
Washington University half-back
were down Sunday and announced
that our golf course was certain-!
ly in fine shape and they enjoyed
tue dy very much. 1
Many of them i will be accom
panied by their families and it ia
hoped to make a real "gaia" (
fair and at the same time com4
out with a victory. '
London Syndicate Seeks
Treasure Sunk 100 Years
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LONDON, April 0. Searching
for sunken treasure in Navarind
Bay, oif the Greek coast, wher
a fleet of Turco-Egytian and Tunlf
hau vessels went down nearly
hundred years ago, was begun by
a London syndicate of insurance
brokers. Specially designed sal
vage ships were sent to the sceue
with the hope of being able tS
carry out their purpose. Memoers
lin'sv home run
loaded in the thl
day's game gave
iead thajt Oakland
ableto overconle and the locals
took the third straight same of i
the season from
Gukto and Pickeririg qf the
Oaks both poled
left r:eld wall.
... Truett, Fowler
ci'and M. Shea.
homers over 'the
Salt Luke H
SAI.T LAKE CITY; Aprtl 9
Elmer Ponder pitiched an i&prcsn
Jte ' game -today and Sail Lake
MEET: IS PHI
16 Man Team to Stage Play
Between Vancouver and
lliahee Country Club .
Fred A. "Villiams, chairman of
the tournament committee d the
Illahee Country club, announces
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that there will be a 16-man team
match at the crub on Sunday, April
19th, between Vancouver Coun
try club, (Washington) and the
Illahee team. " , ,
This is an opportunity for Sa
lem to show their hospitality to a
bunch of good fellows who have
always visited the state fair as (he
"Prunarlans" and in ' many other
to their reports.
6S ships werk
lost on which ; there were gold!.
precious stones and statuary
which the Turks; had . remove
frpm Greek towns. ))
The treasure5 had been taken i
board the fleet for transport t
Turkey when Admiral Codringtoft
in 1827 engaged : the vessels . ip'
battle and sank! most of them. The
bay where the! work has been
started is about four miles square,
with a rock bottom and a maxi
mum depth of water of approxi
mately 180 feet, j It has been es
timated, however j by divers, that
the sunken ships have been cover
ed with sTveral feet of mud wash
ed down with f the waters frorji.
nearby mountain.. A concession
for carrying on the salvage oper
ations was granted by the Greek
government, which is to get from
15 to 20 percent j of the proceeds
of the expedition.! ,'f.
der struck out li
lapped Oldham h
vf the expeditioni hare T-oifce "fefno'n . .
London for additional supplies and Va,,,, . , "
and Meters. '
San Francisco; 4; Seattle 3
SAN FRANCISCO. April 9.-4-
Pfeiffer, making is Pacifid, i-oast
eague debut, allowed one less hit
than Stryke'r of Seattle, and won
a pitchers' battle for , the! home
team here today, 4 to 3. Braztll
and Kilduif each made a pome
.. Score j R. H. E.
Seattle ..... . . i 3 i& - 2
San Pranciscn ' i At id
Stryker and Daly; Pfeiffel- and
April 9.4 Sig
with the! bases
rd inning of to-
the Senators a
was never quite
and Rcaq; Viu
it three, straigiit over Ver
The score jwas 8 to 2. Poh
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