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!niE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, AFRIL 19, 1025
PORTLAND BEAVERS WIN SECOND GAME SINCE ISERIES OPENECOgEJO-.
Bill Hunnefield, Batting Ace,
Rallies to Support of Port
SALT LAKIE CITY, April 18.
- Portland broke its losing streak
today when it defeated the Bees
10 to 8. It was the first victory
for the Beavers since the opening
day. Bill Hunnefield who made
five singles In six times up. Fri
day, again made five hits in six
times up., Manager Vitt used
three recruit pitchers today, only
Lift Off-No Pain!
Hahr. a San Francisco I boy, who
finished, showed anything.
- Score- I !. i K. H. E.
Portland ...... . ...10 15 0
Salt Like .... 8 14 4
Rachac, ' Meeker and Crosgy;
Stewart,! Perry, Bahr and Peters.
Vernon 8; Angels 3 ,
LOS I ANGELES. April 18.
Vernon! took a 3 to 2 game edge
over Los Angeles here j today by
winning the fifth i game of the
series, j Three Angel pitchers were
hit hard. and given poor support.
Score i i j It- H. E.
Loa Angeles .. . i . . . . 4 3 9 5
Vernon! .. 8 13 2
Payne, Milstead; Ramsey and
Sandeberg; Ludolph nd Murphy.
s Seals 2; Oakland O
OAKLAND, April ?8.- Bob
Geary, .starting the first game of
the seapon, kept the Oakland : hits
well scattered today and SanFran
cisco" made sure of the series by
winning 2 to 1. 1 The Seals have
now taken four; out of the five
games played. : i
, , Score 1 j R. II. E.
San Francisco . I . . . 2 6 i 0
Oakland . j ..... 0 7 2
Geary and Agnew; Delaney and
Baker, i ; i: j . ' i
formation against 1 her. but I do
SO. ! i ' ' 1 i ' '' "j ; 1
,: If anyone on this campus real
ly does entertain a sincere belief
that he has been requested by this
administration to spy. upon other
students and 1 report offenders, I
want him. as well as the public,
to understannd clearly that such
is not the case, I jam not d Incus
ing whether or not I have a right
to employ such 1 methods I am
merely making this statement to
clarify the situation.
i "It would seem that some of
our students have! the idea that
they can go into pool halls and
other places not of highest repute
and not be seen by anybody but
other Willamette students. The
fact is that many others know
about it, and j for the good of the
their own ac
university and of
cord, have given
"No one has been expelled from
school because of going into pool
halls, but our general attitude is
that we do not care to have such
types among our I students, and
would rather that they go some
where else." 1 1 i
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i I : in- mi. ....in -.'.,
Game With Vitiamette Bcar-3
' cats Is Hinging Upon
Weather Con htions
Doesn'thiirrne bit! Drop a
little "Freezone" on an aching
corn, Instantly that corn stops
hurting, then shortly you lift it
right off with fingers. .
Your 'druggist sella a tiny bottle
of "Fre'exone " f or a few cents, suf
ficient to remove every hard corn,
soft corn, or corn between, the toes,
and the' foot calluses, without sore
ness or' irritation. Adv.,
Senator 8; Seattle 4 ! i.
SACftAMENTO, April 18. The
Senators " made it i five in a row
over Seattle here today by winning
S to 4 Thompson pitched great
ball after the, third inning ana
did not; allow a single hit. He had
one bad inning, 'the third. Plu co
mer blew up in the seventh when
the Senators shoved over five runs
and wis replaced; by Dumovlch. 1
Score j . It. II. ,E.
icaiira .... ....... 1. o ,
Sacramento ,8 81
Plummer, Dumovlch land Bald
win; Daly, Thompson and Koeh-
ier.-.u . . , :. 1 :
4 Willamette Valley
I ; Transfer Co.
Fart Through Freight to All
Valley Point laUy
Corvalli . Eugene. - Jefferson
Dallas - Albany - Mnmatb. 1
fi Independence - Monroe ;
Springfield - 1.
SHIP BY TRUCI
Denial is Made
(Continued from p 1) -
reports gleaned! from campusgos-
sip. The actual facts are these:
"I have received reports, from
sources outside the institution,
leading me to suspect 'that certain
students have been frequenting
pool Halls about town, going 1 to
dances', and indulging in various
petty 'vices of a similar nature.
Thene things4 are- nott positively
forbidden byf our regulations, but
they dre frowned upoi by them,
and I considered it my duty ! to
invest gate. I did so. j 1
"Wth the exception pf one girl,
whose name il am withholding, I
have not received the name of any
Willamette student, frojn a student,
in this; connection. I consider that
I havs a perfect right to use In-
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There's only one CAPITAL JUNK & i
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EXCEPT USED COFFINS
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ilf weather conditions: are suit
able the Willamette University
baseball squad will meet the Ore
gon Xormal School of Monmouth
on the Willamette diamond at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon. This
will be the first home igame for
the Bearcats this season and
their second game. Thi Willam
ette men got off with a good start
this year by defeating Pacific
College of Newberg to j the tune
of 11-1 In the initial game play
ed there recently. j !
The rieareat spring sports men
have i been seriously handicaped
by bad weather for the jpast week
as it has been impossible for any
of the squads, track, baseball, or
tennis to work out to any great
advantage on the field, i All of
the men are trying to Tieep in
condition however by working as
best they can under covet.
St. Louis 20: Chicago 5 ; j
-.CHICAGO. April 18. St. Ioufs
defeated Chicago 20 to 5 today in
a -game which was featured with
an epidemic of home runs. Seven
circuit drives were regi.stertd, in
cluding two by Leater Bell ot the
Cardinals. i i
Score ft. II. K.
St. Louis , 20 22 1
Chicago G 14 f2
Day and Gonzales; Keen, Bush
Jacobs, Stueland and Hartnett.
Intcr-City Match Play is
Postponed in Golf Tourney
One of Best Cards of, Season
: Will be Staged at Ar:
mory Friday Night
. Two fast preliminaries have
been lined . up by Matchmaker
Harry Plant for the next boxing
card at the armory, to be offered
Both Frankie Lewis, of Salem,
and Billy Gardeau, of Portland,
are in good, condition for their
meeting in the 10-round main
event. Lewis is taking no chances
and Is working out nightly at the
Lewis and Cardeau met in the
ring once before, the meeting re
sulting in a draw Both are out
for the decision-this week.
In the semi-finals. Big Bill
Hunt, Salem fireman, will meet
"Speed" Murphy of Portland.
Hunt is coming to the front in the
heavyweight class and will give
the fans their money's worth.
Matchmaker Plant will admit a
lady with . each of the downstairs
general admission tickets. -
Robin Reed, UHU, Takes
Best Two Out of i Three
! Falls at Albany ;
Xew York 7; Brooklyn 1
BROOKLYN, April 18. New
York defeated Brooklyn today 17
to 1, prolonged two and a half
hours by the willingness' of three
pitchers who passed 16 batters and
hit a seventeenth. j
Score ft. II. E.
New York 7 10 fo
Brooklyn 1 7 2
Bentley, Barnes and Snyder;
Petty, Thormahlen and Taylor, i :
Fred A. Williams, chairman of
the tournament ; committee, an
nounces that the match play be
tween Vancouver Country club
and Illihw dountry club has btfn
postponed until next Sunday; The
excessive j rain during the past
week has softened the greens so
that it would be permanently in
jurious to play on
them at this
V h e
Krause trophies. . however,
continue and Hixson will
v Woods in the cup
Olinger will play Kay and Farmer
will ulay Locke In the trophy
San ford will
is necessary. ,
rarmer is Kaved for the
thing about him
Phillies 14; Boston 13 j
BOSTON. April 18.-Philadel-phia
came from behind several
times today and eventually defeat
ed Boston 14 to 13 in 10 innings.
At one time the Phillies were six
runs behind. The winners used
six pitchers with Couch the most
effective. ! ! ! i
Score i i R. II. E.
Philadelphia ........ ,14 20 U
Boston ............ j .13 12 2
Knight, Hubbell, O'Neil, Ulrica,
Couch and Menline; Barnes, Ryan,
Piercy. Kamp and Gibson. 1
New Poisoning Case
r i Is Discovered
' j ; :;:"r.i! (ContlnDed from pmt 1) .: '
County Attorney Dobrey of St.
Paul, Howard county, said tonight.
The following deaths are at
tributed to Mrs. Sorenson:
Joe Weld man, her first hus
band, i who died September 20,
Mrs. Wilhemina Wcldman, her
mother-in-law, i who died shortly
after her son's death; Minnie
Weldman, 8. years old, who died
September 7, 1920; Delores Soren
son,, one; daughter of her second
marriage, died February 19.
19,24; i Viola Cooper, one, a daugh
ter of Mr. Weldman's sister, died
July 2J 1918, at Danneborg;
Clifford Cooper, four months, died
August 20, 1922; Ruth Brock less
than 1 year old, died February
i , Another of her children, the
name of ! whom is unknown at
present, ; was also said to have
died Of poison administered by
Mrs. Sorenson, the county attor
ney said; Mrs, Sorenson, he said,
would ; make no statement, eycept
that "another of my children died
of convulsions recently." While
no prosecution will be made the
woman will be held at the county
jail until transferred to the asy
lum, i t I i
Cleveland! 5; Detroit 3 ,
Detroit, Mich., April 18.
Cleveland beat Detroit five to
three in the opening game of the
series this afternoon, the veteran
left hander of Smith proving bet
ter than the young southpaw, Ed.
! Score R. H. E.
Cleveland ........... 5 12 2
Detroit 3 10 1
! Smith and L. Sewell; Wells.
Boyle and Woodall, Bassler. -Chicago
14; St. Louis 5
fit. Louis. Mo., April 18. The
St. Louis' Browns lost their fourth
straight game when they were de
feated by Chicago today. 1 4 to ",
in the first contest of a four game
Score R. II. E
Chicago . . . . .... ... .14 14 1
St. Louis 5 10 2
r t Thurston. Jones and Crouse,
Bischoff; Bush, Girard and Dix
! Robin Reed, wrestling instruc
'or at OAC and Olympic champion
successfully defended, himself
against Johnnie Maurus, of Oak
land fo- the Pacific welterweight
belt at Albany Friday evening by
taking two beet out of three falls.
Wrestling fins got one: of the
best exhibitions of bone twisting
that .has been offered Jn Albany
for many a day. Maurus and Reed
were evenly matched, each lone en
tering i the ring weighing 140
pounds. The first fall went to
Keed, who secured a wrist lock
and arm hold on the Oakland body
and made him pat the imat in r8
minutes. The second fall , went to
the vUitor, who placed i Reed in a
precarious crotch hold, and pinned
his shoulders to the mat.
; The : last fall; was holly contest
ed and, was brought to an end with
the same kind ot a hold as used in
the first fall. So quickly did Reed
An his adversary to the mat, that
there' .was confusion among the
fans, as the referee began to un
tangle arms and legs of the two
men. Not until the official an
nouncement was made' that the,
matter was explained, i ;
; Reed was determined to get the
match and put every thing into it.
His remarkable speed placed him
tar ahead of Maurus, Who being
ringwke, made most of the rests
tl at came his way i Due" to- the
training necessary to get down to
weight. Reed was weakened' and
had lost some of his speed. This
however, did not keep! him i from
placing gruelling holds upon the
opponent. Maurus wriggled out of
several difficult holds, only-to fall
into the wrist and arm hold that
made him pound the mat with his
fi ee hand. i i
Cincinnati 12; Pirates 2 i
CINCINNATI, April 18. The
Reds assumed the leadership of
the National league today by .win
ning the first game of the Pitts
burgh series, 12 to 2. 1 ;
Score R. II. E.
Pittsburgh ..2 4 1
Cincinnati 12 16 : 4
Adams, Kremer, Songer and
Smith; Donohue and Hargrave. !.
GAME: CALLED OFF
Frisco Edwards' Notifies
Vancouver Team; That;
Grounds Are Too Wet I
FLIGHT IS POKTPOXKD
LAKEHURST, N. J., April 18.
The departure of the naval dirig
ible Los Angeles for Bermuda was
postponed tonight until early Mon
day morning, officials announced
forecast of unfavorable weather
led to the postponement of the
flight set for this morning;
The costume of Mrs. Dawes was
a black spring suit, with! hat to
match. Asked what shade of blue
Mrs. Dawes told friends: "It's
blue. Navy? Midnight?! No-r.
just r blue." St. Louis Post-Dis-patch.
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New York 0; Boston :l
New York, April 18. Herb Pen
nock gave the Red Sox four hits
toray and the Yankees won the
first game of the series, 6 to 3.
Pennock's only troublesome In
ning was', the seventh! when he
issued four successive passes.;
' Score . ' - j vRf H.' E.
Boston ; . 3 j 3 . 4
New York : . .' . '.,'.. 6 . j ' 8 1
. Ferguson, Wlngfield ; and Pic-
ralch; Pennock and O'Neiiil.
v, Frisco Edwarda, manager of the
Salem Senators,, Saturday notified
the manager of the Vancouver,
Wash., tea mi that the second game
of the inter-state league islated for
Oxford park! this afternoon would
have to be postponed on account
of wet grounds. I
The scheduled Salem High-Amity
high baseball game Saturday
was cancelled because of rain, i
Ballot Title of
Bus Bill Change
fContioiftd from p&fe 1)
the stage and trucking companies.
. The decision declares that the
bill is a means "to levy; a license
tax upon the use of motor vehi
cles when used as common car
riers upon the public highways
for transporting persons and prop
erty for hire, and appropriating
such revenue to the payment of
expenses heretofore or hereafter
incurred for construction, main
tenance, repair and reconstruction
of highways. i i f
FIELDS ARE INSPECTED
MEDFORD. Ore., April 18.
Major C. A. Baker, Lieutenants II
W. Smith and K. D. Dufur. of
Portland, were in Med ford today
inspecting the site of the state en
campment of the Oregon national
guard, to be held here June 12 to
26, for the purpose of selecting an
artillery range. m . j
KIT-BOX will 1 very spot. Brhir
it Hi, army Ufh, ting worm, Ttte, olorrs,
old or new. poison ivy, iodine poinons,
mil drmoties, prevents lilood poison. Ke
morea dandruff, Ktops liair from falling
out. Yon won't be bald, or tarn gray
ne::r so young i if yoa us KIT-BOX. We
have offered for 3 3 year 1 1 00 if could
be found a cane of tCZKMA that eould
not be healed with RL'-BON. Ru-Bon
Skine-Tone $1.00 a bottle. : Ointment 0
rents a jar. Ask your drugjcint. All
wholesale drug hpunes itell Ru-Hon. ilf
your drujgist tries to ell yoa a suhsti
tote send direet to as, we ship prepaid
all orders for f 1.00 or more.
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Spring costume-are unmistakably
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"Wonderful Shoes for Wonderful
Girls" are always a step ahead in
the pace of fashion. Heels, vamps
decorations-all are patterned after
the most advanced Paris models.
Materials are of finest quality, and
each shoe is made as carefully as
though (it were the only one of its
kind solely responsible for the
reputation of the store.
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McCallum and Luxite Hose
in i fmwt
Ml. , " .
Our shop Li equipped
with all new machinery.
We use nothing but the
very besfgrade of leather"
that money will buy.
Mr. Jacobson, in charge
of this department, is an
expert in his line--has
spent years in factories
and repair shops and will
do nothing hut high grade
work. : i
Just received by express! today all
the new PASTEL SHADES in
McCallum Hose, couch shell, mel
low, bluet, green and yellow. We
are proud of our new department
we are featuring only the new
est things in the Hosiery line, only
the best proven lines will be han
dled and we will show the new
colors as fast as they are produced.
Do Your Feet Hurt?
Corns and callouses re
mored without pain or
soreness. Ingrown nails
removed and treated.
Pains in feet, weak-foot,
flat foot, foot strain and
fallen arches adjusted.
Do not suffer. I will gie
you the best that- science
can produce in scientific
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About Your Feet
. 1 1 Hours 9 to 5:20
DO YOU KNOW WHY - - - The House Isn't Big Eocnet For Father?
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Phillies 3; Sen torn O
Philadelphia. April 18. Slim
Harrisg bested Walter Johnson Jn
a hurling duel here this afternoon
and the Philadelphia Americans
downed Washington three to
nothing. The Senators were help
less against Harriss' speed.
Score R. II. E.
Washington 0 S 2
Philadelphia i". ;. . . . . ; .3 11 0
Johnson and Ruel;; Harriss and
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