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THE 0M3C0N STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
-WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1023
SHOWS UP AGGIES
Weaknesses Are Corrected
and Team Ready for Gon-j
, . zaga Game Friday :
O. A. C. Quarter
CORVALLIS, Ore.. Oft.
The Aggies got a lot of good out
of their game with Willamette un
itrftlty. The Bearcats showed up
at least 4 wo' weaknesses that were
Bo important that Coach Schiasler
Jtept 1 his Jeam out on the field
after- tbo ' game was over to eor
reethenu ? . i. .
Coach Italhbun has f rained his
men jrell on forward pass defense.
They; spilled "three Aggie passes
from, first team men within a few
minu.tes, jand not Jong after the
game started, . .. ,
Quarterback Web Edwards did
not waste much time figuring. He
- just stopped using the aerial
route.; The second team tried it j
again and was partially success-!
ful la' the last half. ; :
, : The Aggies showed a lot of
speed Saturday, and they will
need ralio that commodity they
. can muster when the fast. Gon
.xagaj4eam comes to Conrallis Fri
day. The Gonzaga back field is
all triplethreat four of 'em.
There is po. guessing who or what
will.be next. .. J, "),
Carl A,. J.odell, graduate man
ager has reserved seats-, on sale
for he game, which will start on
JBelf : field. Corvallis. at 2:30
o'clock Friday.; The Willamette
alley will . have its biggest b!e
league football week-end this
week! ' Oregon' days Idaho at
Eugene Saturday. ll
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NIL M HE
iigh School Meets West Linn
Friday and Bearcats
How Hurricane Hurt Holland-
raqial Hatred and
BIGOTRY IS FLAYED
(Cominupi from pE
Webley Edwards was born in the
Willamette valley and rigiit now
lives up to it by,-playing quarter
back- on the Aggies' terfm. He
combines speed with ruggednosa
and headwork : in directing the
field strategy of Coach Schissler's
speedy and revitalized squad.
Ather rounites rortunatelv it-
uatfcd. But mDR some of -the
varying racial, religious and social
rrnuns of our Beoole there. have
len manifestations ,pf an tnihlc-r
ence of. pyiuion. a narrowness o
outlook. :Xfii,ty ;0t judgment,!
. cg'Uns.t which we may ncll be
arnd., Jis pot easy ; to c iteive
of ytntjb4ti would be .more
unfortunate i a commvhity biaaed
ii'pofi. i ift 'P n,ch weri-
cans j'boaat :'ittV",a.ny . cns?drnbl
dfcVefopnc4t of .'Intolerance' as ie
gardi TeliinK. vi ,
Ktiarlag ih end of hb address,
the Jrestdu- with hi audience
lisVetlinS i-.tleatlvely, drcure t that
America u fe made f'r.- V In th
true-: sense only by cultivating a
1 cpLi-U ot f riend.hij? and good will
by tbo exercise pf the virtues of
patience ai4. forbearance. by. doin
plesjLeoas Xa mercyV'and througl.
progcesa at. BoaieVnd helpfulness
abcedjd 'isi'Adins .n'txa'ntple of
r rest eryi.ce;to- humanity. v j
. far these" reasons," he co4
tinaiKO ''baf itTScenia clear that
thO'iesults pL the , war. will be lost
n,r "fi.f Rhal1 only-be entering a
DertrtH of irr'eparatfon for auothei
:orflSct- unless ,wi can. demobilize
the jracial antagonisms,, fears, hat
reds .fthd. suspicions, and create an
attitude of toleration in the public
a nilftd1 of the' peoples of the earth.'
jfviJparent? In.' doubt aa to whom
jmi wW aiming" his . remarks! thr
vast audience listened .without ap
plapse to the president's insistence
i thtjcivil authority must be su
preme over military power. Coupl-
clwith this 'suggestion was the
by. a prcident with his presence.
creeted wlth cheers Mr. Qoplidge'i?
st&tenMents that 'nobodv say-? now
that Americans Cannot fight." that
he was "a thofoirgh believer in a
policy of adequate military prepar
ation." That "tfm country car
rest assured that If security lies in
military force it was never so se
cure before in all its history' and
his advocacy of a selective service
net. annlvins to both' persons and
Arter he lhad wound up his
spipi'h with a declaration of faith
In' t no American Legion, the pres
ident was cheered several minnte,
Mi-h. 'Coolidge, neated behind him
on "th platform, roming in alo for
Those in Salem who follow foot
ball are to be treated to a double
portion; thi3 week-end. Salem high
school ! will play its first Inter
scholastic game of the season
Friday ; afternoon, and Saturday
Willairette will play its first game
, of. the season on the home
The ; high school's opponents
for Friday will be t'ae team from
- West Linn Union high school. The
West Linn outfit is reputed to be
fast and scrappy., and followers
of the game predict that Salem
will have to show some real goods
in order to battle on top.
Even so. poach Hollis Hunting
ton, high school mentor, is opti
mistic i of the outcome., He be
lieves he has a team that will
compare favorably with any of
them, and judging from the show
ing made last week against the
alumni, he has reason for his be
lief. The Salem team is showing
a vast amount o ight this year,
and when they gefinto the swing,
they will have to jbe considered
verv thoughtfully bw aU comers.
The Bearcats will be lined up
against, the Oregon State Normal
I school team Saturday. On the
-face of it, it would seem that the
same should be cleirly one-sided
but "Fat" Zeller. tex-Wil1amettft
tar, who is coaching the teaeheif
has instilled in them a remarkable
enthusiasm, Tfcey have garnered
some formidable players, as wit
ness Ferguson, said to be on last
-ear's Washington bigh team of
Portland, and going strong in the
Portland game. The Bearcats
wPl have a real iob on their hand
to take the game, but fight is be
ing aroused on the canmus. ami
in Saturday's contest, it is expect
ed that the Bearcats will open up
with"' some. snappy playing.
da;4eroundertaking ami piec-
v The delegates 'to -the first Amer-
Irani Leeten convention honored
BATTIH9 DRBER FQH
OPlli Bill HIE
Here Are the Men Both Man
agers' Have Chosen to
Take Diamond Today
ED BY CLUB
Local Dealers to Get Shell
Trade; SHverton Is In
visited Here Sunday .
At the meeting of the Salem
gun club last, night the members
voted that all blue rocks are., to
be sold at two cents on practice
days. It was brought up that
shooting has been going on. at one
and a half, cent, and it was held
that the rlub should charge two
rents to- help defray expenses.
The club also was unanimous
in voting that local dealers be
given all the shell , trade of the
club. A committee was appointed
to straighten but the bills of the
club so that they could be voted
upon to be paid at. the next meet
ing, which is to be held next Tues
day night at the Chamber of Com
The club decided to invite the
Silverton gun club to the Salem
grounds next Sunday for the pur
pose of holding a practice shoot.
At the recent shoot held by the
By AoeUtd tttm I
j 'i .- ' ' - Pacific ' J
Sacramento 5; Portland 1
Los Angeles 4; Oakland 0
San Francisco 4; Vernon2
Salt Like 3; Seattle 2. (14
Innings), f; . J-
local club the following won tro- .
phies: Dr. G. E. Prime of Salem,
two by J. Troeh of -Portland, two
by O. N. Ford of Portland,
Thompson . of Corvaifis. and
1-ooney of Jefferson. The trophies
consist of five silver cups, a
hunting coat and a shooting
sweater. It has not yet been-de-cided
how the trophies are to be
WOULD CimSH rtuW'XKU
VICTORIA. B. C, Oct. 6. (By
Associated Press.) Announce
ment was made today that the 150
foot sailing schooner Eric, pur
chased in. Seattle last week, by
Vice Admiral Guy R. Caunt of the
British navy retired, will be re
modeled into a yacht for a cruise
around the world.
Roseburg News-ReYiew will Is
sue New Year's industrial edition
of record size.
nri ...isnJu.. tf ttnllaml TtrnVdint CxelIerlanI and Ovrrvsl. are JifTirinr out nf the rninn
lurcc JJ J Ii W J y w-j , j co o -
wrought by a hurricane that swept in from the Sea, laying waste wide areas, killing' many, and in
juring more than 500. Cloudbursts accompanied the wind and hindered toe work of rescu' and
repair. The photo ihori the Protestant churctf at Borculo after the storm. O
PITTSBURG, Oct. 6. (By . s-
sociated Press). The probable
batting order .for .tomorf ow's. open-
ir.g came: . ' .' -
, Carey, cf
- ru'yler, "rfi,
: Barnhart. If .
Rice, cf '
5. Harris, 2h -
Goslin, U - '
I. Harris, rf
Ruel.' c , , ..y
At plate. " IUglcr, Nation; J.
At first base,T Moriarity, Ameri
'anj . . .. -.
At second base, McCorniick. Na
At third base Owens, American.
Wright, ss "
XKW COACIi XA31FJ
dtclaration that "any organizatlon.1 SEATTLE. . Oct. 6. (By Asso-
o? men In the mliitary servK-e nen
on Ihflaming the public mnd for
the-.purpose oft Arcing govern-
aieafal actfoa-.through; the prosure
ot'pBblic ipion js an extremciy
dialed ,' Press). Announcement
was . made today that Chalmer
Walters, president of the associ
ated students at the University of
Washington and last year .center
;b the . Husky varsity football
team, had been appointed to the
freshman . football eoaehins,. staff
to work with Head Coach- Sutton.
STAGE IS ALL SET FOR
SERIES OPENING TODAY
vContinoe! from page 1.)
was gotten outof the weather sys
tem today, hope was held out that
it . would clear sufficiently for
Governor Gifford Pinchot. of Penn
sylvania to toss out the first ball
promptly at 2 o'clock.
The eve of the big championship
game, found Pittsburgh like a
convention' city, jammed and
packed at every angle with enthu
siasm rampant, but wagering
comparatively' light and chieriy
on an even money. basis. Only a
few of the more rabit home town
rioters let loose a spirit of the
type that marked Washington's
lirst pennant victory a year ago,
and -apparently willing to back
their opinions in substantial fash
- As a matter of fact Johnson's
selection as Washington's first
pitcher and the reliable reports
that the "big train" is right, have
Influenced Washington's legion ot
followers to o.fer odds in some in
stances of 7 to 5, that American
league title holders will capture
the opening game.
The majority' of expert opinion,
of which the representation is far.
wide and numerous, favors Wash
ington to retain its championship
but there is no lack of faith, on
the other hand, in the ability of
the Pirate offensive to break
down the defensive bulwark of its
. Pittsburgh has s lost her star
utility infielder, Johnny Rawlings,
who will watch the series on
crutches from the grand stand &s
the result, of a broken ankle sus
tained several weeks ago. f Eddie
Moore, who replaced) Rawlings at
second base also will start under
the handicap of an injured thumb
on his throwing hand, but Wash
ington has three semi-casualties
among her stars, including Mana
ger Harris himself, Shortstop
Roger Pecklnpaugh, and Stanley
Coveleskie, veteran right handed
twiler, counted upoij to share the
main burden with Johnson.
Wasnington's prospects depend
a great deal upon the -men all
the major cogs in the team's de
fense and attack and should one
or more of them fall to be at his
best, the world's champions stock
will tumble, in spite of the fact!
that Harris has much better re
serve material for! emergencies
than he had a year ; ago.
With the exceptions of Rawl
ings, Pittsburgh will have the
identical lineup which carried the
club to the pennant.! While it has
not been through the tests which
the Senators have nlet; the Pirate
club excels in youth, speed and
battling punch, three tita! factors
upon which home town hopes- are
HIT By FEDERATION
Is Charged With Be
Incompetent and a
zines printed by the Crowell Pub
lishing company, : Springfield,
Ohio. The latter company pub-
j lif hes Colliers Weekly, the Ameri
can Magazine, the Woman's Home
Companion, Farm and Fireside,
and other publications. The reso
lutions charged that ; the Crowell
company had. refused to employ
OREGON MUSICIAN WINS
REX VXI)ERWOOi IS SIGN'AL
LL HONORED t' FRANCE
EUGENE, Ore , Oct. 6 One of
the world's greatest musical hon
ors, a dipioma for passing the vir
tuoso test before the musicians of
international fame.j was granted
Rex Underwood, professor of, vio
lin in the school oif music at the
University of Oregop, at Fontaine
bleau, France, during the past
summer, it was announced at the
university today. The virtuoso
test corresponds with the examina
tions given at the; Paris conser
vatory of music, differing in that
one must be very I highly, recom
mended before hej is allowed to
take the examination' Of the
class of '25 studying violin during
the summer session at the con
servatory, Prof, Lnderwood was
the only one to reeeivej a recom
mendation permitting hm to take
the' test. !!'!'"
PN9-1 Leader's 1 estimoriy Blow td Mitchetl Charge
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. j CoJVCliam A. MitcheU charge that buretfacratic bungling was responsible" for the nine day
"oight of the crew of the PN9-1 after the San Francisco-Hawaii plane fell into the ocean, were riven,
" a blow bj testimonj of Commander John Rodgers,deof the flight, before aircraft board of ia
' -trv. V He U seen being congratulated on testimony by Rear Admiral WilliaraJl. Mofifett (right),'
) "cf of-navy aeronautics.' With the'eommander "t re": bi--. mother '-"arid i fathen: the latter Admiral
'ilodjen. U. SN. reUred. " .- " - -
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LORD BUYS FLAX STOCK
K r i i
$40OO INVESTED IX MEMORY
OF MOTHER'S IWORK '
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Montague Lord, son of the late
Governor Lord, has subscribed
$4000 toward the new Oregon
Linen Mills. The subscription was
made through Col.j W. B. Bartram
of Salem. Mr. Lord Is at present
in the sugar business in the Philip
pine Islands. j I . '
His mother was one of the; first
to Introduce the raising of flax
into the state of Oregon, and al
though she was I laughed at to
some extent' for j believing flax
could be . raised here, she always
believed Implicitly that it could.
She died before the business wa?
looked at seriously in the state
Mr, Lord4 subscription comes as
a recognition of his: mother's be
lief In the flax Industry in Oregon
ATLANTIC CITY, Oct. C ,(Ry
Associated Press). The Ameri
can Federation of Labor was in
session less than two hours today
Jransartine rnntirip hnninpss tp-
1 ICBU1UUUU9 dllU 1ISICU-
ng to an address by Fritz Tarnow
of Uerlin, spokesman for a dele
gation of l'i German trade union
ists now in America investigating
industrial conditions. The resolu
tions committee was in session to
night, receiving many more reso
lutions, which will be presented
1 Three of the resolutions werp
aimed at the administration of
George H. Carter, the public
printer at Washington, who was
charged with "violating every
phase of the civil service law," of
J'being guilty of many actions de
trimental to the best, interests of
-labor."" and with being "an in
eligible, incompetent and intoler
ant public servant, who has be
come a public tyrant."
The resolutions were presented
by James W. Lynch of the Intei na
tional Typographical union, Wil
liam S. Hampson of the Pitts
burgh central labor union, and
James P. Holland of the New
York state federation of labor.
.One resolution called for Mr. Car
ter's removal from office;' the
others asked President Coolidse
and congress to make an investi
Among, the other resolutions
yere those opposing miiitary
training camps and any effort, to
foster militarism;.; urging union
labelled wall paper;' favoring the
organization of bank clerk's and
that unions be circularized asking
taiembers not to subscribe to maga-
WALLA WALLaJ Washj Oct
6. Walter C. Lee Post of the
American Legion tonight appohM
ed a committee to investigate the
possibilities of : 1 establishing
scholarship for worthy Students at
Whitman college. The ' scholar
ship will in all probability be
known as the Walter TJ, Lee "schol
rrshlp. . . A: '
BARBERS HOLI STYLE SHOW
REATTLK, Oct. 6i (AP).
The second annual convention of
the Northwest Master! Barbers' as
sociation convened there today
with nearly 500 barbers attending.
A style show of prevailing styles
in .hair trimming far men and
women was the program for to
f fl l I V SI A II II f , A 1 I I. I I
Al l li r, ml .
tniia s. Best Laxative is
"California Fig! Syrup"
A 1 Tongue Shows if
Hurry Mother! Even- a fretful,
leevish child loves i the pleasant
taste of "California? Fig Syrup'
and it never fails jto open the
bowels. A tea8poonful today may
prevent a sick child tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for genuine j
? California Fig Syrujp" which has
directions for babies; and children
f all ages printed oh bottle. Mo
ther! You must say "California'
or yon may
get an imitation fig
nra,i!wttnamftamwi!miiii iw mmmi ia nritni mmiii hi im nwraiitmrmn inr
root lb a
GONZAGA vs. 0. A. C.
FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 2:30 P. M.
BELL FIELD CORVALLIS, OREGON
Wallowa O. V,T. R. '& N. track
being reiaid with heavier rails, to
cost $100,000. (
What Is It?
' See ad on lage three '
Geo. C. Will
of High Class Furniture
At 1293 Center Street 1 :3KP. M. Sharp
Being the contents of n benutifully furnishel home i
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Comprising 1 ten piece walnut dining room suite; electric
Westinghouse range, wiring complete; electrij tank heater; :
living room furniture; 3 piece reed set; Axminster rugs of
Various sizes; congoleumYugs; S piece ivory bedroom suite; -1
oak bedroom suite; 1 walnut bedroom suite; 1 brass bed;
Victroia; 1 large set ot dinner dishes;,! sewing machine;
kitchen utensils and numerous other articles.
This is a very fine offering of high class
useful furniture f
If., P. WOODRY & SOJf, At'CTIOXFas
Office Phone 75
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Father and mother are always think
ing oi your welfare there isn't a thing
within reason they wouldn't do for you.
But they may unknowingly ha ive been
risking your life every day.
, When you are at dinner tonight with
dad, ask him this question:
"Dad, is out jchool liresafe?
Perhaps he won't be able to answer
he may not know.
Ask dad if he knows that somewhere
in the country a schoolhouse burns every,
day. Ask him if he knows that one-third
of all the schoolhouses in the country are
nothing better than firetraps maybe
your school is one of them. ;
Of ; course dad knows that lildings
can be built that will not burn. They are
being built everywhere, every day.
If your school is firesafe, you're lucky.
If it isn't, ask dad what he is going to do
; about iL You have a right to know.
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