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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1925)
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1$, 1025
ING BEAVERS TO LEAVE FOR
TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
V 4 -
BATTLE CRY CALLS 1
TO SiLEM PEOPLE
General Exodus for Eugene
Expected Saturday Morn
' ing; OAC Has Edge !
"Fight 'em, Oregon." . j
. "Smear em, Aggies." '
. Recollections of these and other
of the famous battle cries of years
gone by, are causing former stu
dents, altrmnl and friends of the
Unirersity of Oregon and the Ore
gon Agricultural college to think
abouV thtt dooming clash between
the- two state educational Institu
tions as represented by two pow
erf ul football machines, which will
be pitted against each other as the
main attraction of the annual
homecoming program at Eugene
Salem will be well represented
at the game and early Saturday
morning will see local cars wedg
ing their way into the traffic
termed by the cararan on its way
.. to .the greatest from point of in-
..tefest, of the coast football games
t, this year.: ' Supporters of .j the
'm orange and black and the lemon-
ytllow and the green are nearly
"equally diyided but all will be on
hand to root for their favorite.
Going back Into history Oregon
has the edge orer OAC by a wide
margin in the percentage of Tic-
tories. Two years ago the Aggies
slaughtered the jinx that! per
mitted them to win but one game
every tenth year and defeated Ore
gon on its home field at the an-
nual homecoming game.
jr.- This year with lire Vlctoriesand
it no defeats In' the north wet con-
ference race and 'but one defeat
, in the 'coast conference, the Ore-
gon Aggies are at the top of the
y pile in the former grouping and
stand an excellent' chance of fin
Uhing well up in the coast race
according to O. A. , C. sport dis
Sport critics even' before the
ZCt-Q victory over Pacific last Sat
urday, reported the Aggies 14
point favorites over their ancient
rivals at Eugene ror the approach
ing big game, it is stated. Pacific
held Oregon to 13-0 early In the
seasons while Montana after
Ci 27-7 defeat at Comllis turned on
' Idaho and won 20-14 notwith
8 standing the Utter took Oregon's
ut measure 6-0 a few weeks before.
No Touchdowns - Are Made
r Against. Eleven Through
Scrimmage This Year
"Football material of high school
calibre Is. being developed at the
J. .L. Parrlsh Junior high school
by. Coach Frank . Brown, who is
devoting much time to fundamen
tals rather than contests with
other, schools.- Because , of a tack
of finances, attention to sports is
being directed toward basketball
and at -least 20 - games will be
played this season. ' -
Three men on' the Parrish team
possess , outstanding characteris
tics.' Robert .Kelly is captain and
a brother of Don KeUy, captain
of the.- high school jeam. I The
younger brother is placing his feet
la the" loot prfhts 'made Iry the
eidef '&Bd will be heard from in a
few more years. Andersen and
Joe - Baggert are also consistent
players for the Parrish team. ;
ThV Parrish team has played
two -games this season, losing
both. Scores were not made frdm
scrimmage however, but by the
use of forward passes or intercept
ed passes. .
Saturday the Parrish players
w4llmfeet the Albany high second
teat. a.t Albany and play Dallas at
IiaJUas November 20. The Mt. An
gel college second team will be
played -November 28 and the clos
ing game will probably be played
her!e with the Washington High
school, of Portland, second team
lTh is year-there are six grad
nates of the Parrish team wearing
the; red and blacfc sweaters of Ithe
Salem ' high ; school team, A three
p faying in. regular positions and
' CUT FROM BUDGET
' " ' Coatinn4 fron pug I)
from .16 men to 14. To this
Charles Knowland replied: "If
we, lived .under the light of the
statehouse, we would stand for
less police, but for Us who live
farther out the police are essen
tlal." , He also suggested , that i
policeman b e added to handle
the 7 traffic , at Commercial and
State. Nothing was done concern
ing the matter. ' The 'amounts al
lotted to each of the departments
Salary of the recorder and pur
chasing agent, $1800; .salary for
clerical hire. $2820; the treasur
er received a raise in salary (to
J1800; salary for the city attor
r " rtrr Orrtpajr ss.
The weights of the two teams
gives O. A. C. a slight advantage,
Oregon's heaty backfleid, in all
probability composed of Jones,
Wetzel, Vitus," and' Anderson, will
outweigh the Aggies by only two
or three pounds; Schulmerich, the
199-pound giant, boosts the team's
weight, Paul Snider, 185-pound
fullback holdi it tip for Web Ed
wards and Red Denman. 150 and
165 pottndu, respectively.
The beef on the Aggie line lies
Washington Wins 6, Califor
nia 4 Games; Last Meet
' ing Ended in Tie ,-
SEATTLE, Xov. 12. (Dy the
Associated Press.) When the
University of Washington football
team meets the University of Cali
fornia Saturday at Berkeley it will
he their 12th gridiron , battle.
Six of the 11 games resulted in
victories for the Huskies, four
were won by California, and one
was a tie. . .
California has an edge in spor
Ing ,witk, 17 J" points ,to 142'fr
Washington. ' The highest score
won" by Washington was 'In 1915
when a- Husky . team coached by
Gil . Dobie won from a California
squad coached, by J'iaimy .Shaffer
72 ,to 0. The Bea cs piled .up 7 2
points against Washington in 1921
who .was saved ,from a-shutout
when Johnny, ,WUspn kicked a
field goal. . - - '
The low score game was played
In 1904 in Seattle.-resulting. in a
6 to 0 vicfory for Washington.
The only tie game was played last
season endin 7 to T. '
ney. $1800; supplies for his oince
$25; street commissioner's salary.
$1800; marshall's-salary $1TD0;
police salaries, for 16 policemen,
$24,000; police matron's salary,
$1320. ' -z . ' '
For the-expense of the police ae-
nartment $4000 was allowed. A
sliaht change was made in the
estimate of the city jail, the fund
tor meals "Jor prisoners being re
duced to $820, making a total for
jail expense ofV $1070.
The city health otneer was ai
lowed a salary of $750. For ex
nnui;fil DlS-OIlue. vvw won
' . - . . . t . m . Ann M.M a
given. cThe salary ot tne sannary
inspector w as placed at si&ow.
Salaries of the fire department
amounted to $37,980. Expense
of the fire department received
$4120. For fire hydrants, water
supply and such $ 7 29 (T was al
lowed.:. . - , '- -
The engineering and surveying
department ' was allotted , $2800;
maintenance, of public buildings,
$1 480 ; fuel for the city . hall,
$1000. The public library was al
lowed an extra $6 CO for salary of
a girl to work part time, making
total Of $9805.. - . V
Lighting expenses will be $19,-
001.15. The amount provided for
shrubbery in the parks was cut
from $350 to $250, making a total
for the public parks ot $3900.:,
For public printing $350 ; and
for incidental expenses of the city
$2202.50 was provided. , --.Sweeping
and cleaning streets.
$10.000 ; maintenance of . .the
street department. $17,749; con
struction and maintenance of
bridges $5920. rC't "
Maintenance of the band will be
$1500; child health demonstration
$240; . police v emergency fund
$100; deficit on fuel account ot
1925 called for $297.15. . The Sa
lem Associated charities were al
lowed $100 for rent of housing
room tor the coming winter.. For
the purchasing of a lung motor
for the city 233.35iwas laid aside:
Installment and interest on re
funding serial and fire equipment
bonds are $14,382.50; redemption
of Improvement bonds $15,753:25;
Installment and Interest on sewer
bonds $33,000; new sewers, $34,
173.12; and tor deficit in general
fund, $1045. A' total of $270,
223.68 to be expended during the
coming year, u' ' ;f
WAITING FOR THE WHISTLE!
jfJhM X. v JJL. J:.. ' '
in big Jim Dixon and Lewis D.'ck
erson. who weigh a total of 417
pounds; 210 for one and 207 for
the other, fcoth are tackles. Dixon
is over six feet three inches in
height; and Dickerson is six feet,
six inches. Dixon is the fastest
man on the team and can outsprint
the fast backfteld men or ends.
Both men outweigh Al Sinclair
and Homer Dixon by 15 pounds
to the man. -
Guards find the "Oregon players
Just about on an even basis with
Bearcats Begin Hard Train
ing Period for Contest
With Ancient Rival
Willamette i3 training ardently
for the game against Pacific uni
versity to be played a week from
Saturday on Sweetiand field.
Pacific and Willamette are the
oldest rivals among the smaller
colleges in the state, and the game
is to . the two schools what the
OAC-Oregon game Is to those
Here dope never counts. Some
times j one . School will be slated
stronger than the other, but the
apparent weakling often wins.
The dope favors Pacific slightly.
Willamette has lost to CPS by two
points and to Linfield by three
points. Pacific beat CPS by 12
points and Linfield by six points.
Moreover, Pacific has several vet
erans in the lineup. The most
valuable is Emerson, star quarter.
But one thing decidedly favors
the Bearcats and that is Willa
mette's fighting spirit. They are
vexed by defeat at the hands of
CPS and Whitman both of which
the local boys easily outplayed but
lost on the breaks.
Riedell is one of the best pass
ers that has ever played on Sweet
land field. Fasnacht's reappear
ance into, the -Bearcat lineup
means a distinct improvement in
the team. He has been out all
season because of a bad shoulder.
Coach Rathbun has switched him
from end to half. Schweining re
ported Thursday, for practice.
Thanksgiving day the Bearcats
will journey to Caldwell Idaho,
where they will meet Anson Cor
nell's College of Idaho, team. Ac
cording to the dope, Willamette's
chances there are slim. College
of Idaho held University of Idaho
to a two point victory, and de
feated Linfield 75-0.
BOY TO ASK SPANKING
SPOKANE, Nov. 12. fBy As
sociated , Press); Justice Mann
suspended a jail sentence of 15
days Imposed today on Sylvester
Kennedy, high school . student
charged with speeding, when Ken
nedy promised to go home and ask
Ms father' to give him a "good
thrashing." : .i ;, .
PACIFIC CAME IS
and his Wonder Horse Silver King 1
BLIGH - TODAY
Roy Hickert. 160, and Glen Alm
sted, 185. Bailey Shields, Socolof
sky, Bliss, Leavitt or Kern3 will
enter for Oregon.
Ends for Oregon. Mautz and
Smith outweigh Dallas Ward and
John Logan by ' 1 5 pounds each
Ward, 170, will probably play
against Mautz and Logan, 150-
pounder, against Smith. ':
Center is a stand-off. Lloyd
Dalcom, 175, outweighs Carl
Johnson, but weighs less than
WILL PLAY SUNDAY
Return Match With Multno
mah Club Arranged by
lllihee Country Club
The Multnomah Golf club of
Portland is sending a 20-man
team to Salem Sunday for a re
turn match with the lllihee Coun
try club team. Playing will. be
gin at 10 o'clock rain or shine
according to Don Young, chair
man o fthe tournament commit
tee. The visiting club is bringing
Rudie Wilhelm and Russell Smith.
The lllihee zolfers have drot-
i nt ua ,,KiaawiEiogly brilliant, soft, white
played so far this season and have
a recofd of having won .all
matches played on the home
course, which is in excellent con
dition at present. Some real
golf playing will be offered spec
tators and players at the Sunday
Line-up of players in order of
the tee-off, as announced Thurs
day by Mr. Young will be Ercel
Kay, John Farrar, Rex San ford.
Dr. H. H. dinger, A. C. Bailey.
The Ffeerless Comedienne
In the Artistic Comedy Stress
J7Cbmedi based anO Ttir nruff
Jfenn Miller Ifieafre. fteidyorkCtj.
This field general isn't
flashy but he runs the team
with true head work. He
think? straight and quick,
knows the game and uses his
His weight is set at 170
pounds, h'Js height 5 Jent 11
inches and he makes both
count: He will be back in
the game next year.
Orris Fry, L. C. Farmer, A. Q.
Bates, Tom Wood, Don Young,
Gus Hixon, Fred Mangus, Claude
Steusloff, Russell Bonesteele, R.
McLaughlin, Chester Cox, Ken
neth Webb, Frank Shafer, F. A.
Elliot and Fred A. Williams.
BY KO OP
Sleep-Producer Handed Out
in Fourth Round of Main
SILVERTON. Ore., Nov. 12.
(Special.) In a boxing match
here Tuesday eyening Danny
Garth of Silverton, weight ICS
pounds and Tiney Hayes, weight
172 pounds, of Independence
fought the main event. Garth
knocked put Hayes in the fourth
In a second event between
Shadow Gritz, weight 145 pounds,
of Salem, and George JoHnson,
weight 151 pounds, of Silverton
Gritz was disqualified in the third
round because of a foul. The
bout was given to Johnson.
A particularly good four round
special was fought to a draw be
tween Kenneth "Bentson, weight
155, of Silverton and Sailor Man
ning, weight 148. of Salem. Both
of the boxers showe fast work
and good sportsmanship.
A Lamp that Burns 94 Air
A new oil lamp that gives an
light, even better than gas or elec
tricity, has bee- tested by the II.
S. Government and 35 leading uni
versities and found to be superior
to 10 ordinary oil lamps. It burns
without odor, smoke or tioise no
pumping up, is simple, clean, safe.
Burns 94 air and 6 common
kerosene (coal oil).
The Inventor, V. M. Johnson
161 North Union Ave., Portland.
Ore., is offering to send a lamp on
10 days' FREJ trial, or even to
give one FREE to the first user in
each locality who will help him)
introduce it. Write him today for ;
full particulars. Also ask him to
explain how you can get the
agency, and without experience or
money make $250 to $500 per
Rev. E. H.
Pastor "First Ilapt 1st Church
Salvation Army Hall
241 STATU STItKKT
Saturday, November 14, 8 P. M.
r rrw ( c
A handsome nickel-plated Sandwich Tray with handle
11 Vt inches long, 7 inches wide. ' One .of these Trays
; , would make a good Christmas gift.
Till Is only one of many useful Rifts we have in our
" i ' " : Basement Household Impart men t
t- -" M thir
J -s -Vs- U ?fVu ,V.;
Aggies' Line Doped Hold Against Oregon's Powerful On
slaught in Saturday's Epic Game
Two other matches of the even
ing were between Ivan Schuley
weight 125 and Kid Bye of the
weight, with the decision going to
Bye, and Spider Kelley of Baker
and Martin Johnson of Silverton
with Johnson getting the de
cision. HECLA DECLARKS DIVIDEND
WALLACE, Idaho. Nov. 12.
(By Associated Press). Directors
of the Hecla mine today declared
a quarterly dividend of 50 cents a
share payable December 15. to
stockholders of record on Novem
ber 15. The dividend will amount
to $500,000 and will bring the
total for the year to $2,000,000.
SCENIC DRIVE PROPOSED
SEATTLE. Nov. 12. ( ry Asso
ciated Press). Construction of
scenic drive aloni; the eastern
33c a lb.
2 lbs. for 65c
For Saturday Only
We reserve the right to
I) HUG STORK
The Yellow Front Phone 107
The Penslar Store
Fcrmcily with 1UU" Sunday
shore of Puget Sound for light
traffic only was favored by County
Commissioner Frank H. Paul in a
speech to the Seattle real, estate
board today. ,
Cord". V VfJ 35x4 Vi Cord "'"Z'ZZ 2600
30x3 Fabric $6.25 jgS Mr::::::::zz 8S
BALLOON CORD BARGAINS
31x4.40 .. 13.00
U. of O. vs. O. A. C.
EUGENE, SATURDAY, NOV- 14TH
U. of O. Alumni Homecoming
Thursday Friday Saturday
$3.10 EUGENE and RETURN
VIA OREGON ELECTRIC RY.
Tickets on sale Xov. 12, 13, 14th. Return limit Xov. 1
O. K. Ity." trains leave Salem 8:23, 0:45 a. m. (Ltd.)
4:12 and 8:05 p. m. daily
Returning leave Eugene 7:50, 11:15 a. m., 2:00 and 0:05 p. ni
SOME TIMELY SPECIALS
Look over the list. There is something yov
need and the prices talk, for themselves.
This is all first-class merchandise, no sec-
Onds. V.;". - -',Z,.A - - v- ":r
- ' . '-
. LOT No. 1 Another big shipment of these '
fine Eastern Brooms. They ought to
sell at $1 but we will let you have
V them, Saturday for only 50c each.'
Not over 4 to a customer.
LOT No. 2 A big assortment of fine 2 and 3
- - - blade pocket knives. Some have plain
handles, some fancy. All sizes and
styles. They are regular staple
i- goods. Take your choice Saturday
of any knife for only 95c.
' LOT No. 3-Clothes Basket Special. Several
sizes of good willow baskets that
, have been slightly soiled from ship
, pingi but not hurt for use. They
- - v were regular $1.75 sellers but we will
sell them Saturday for only $1.00
- ; --any size.
LOTrNo. 4 Another assortment of those fine
. - - kitchen knives.- They include Slic
. ers, Bread Knives, Butcher Knives,
Steak Knives every one warranted.
Each fine finished , and -well made.
, ,'Take your choice Saturday for ;.
LOT Noi 5 We just opened up some White,
Combinets. They are sucfy good (
values and such nice enameled ware
. that we are including them in this
-week's specials. A regular $10
value-but they will go Saturday for
Gome early, Buy all you need. Remembev
" U'lt pays to trade at Allen's V
HardwareMachineryi-Paints :: 236 N. ComT. St.
Another Scalp Is Added
by Indian Football Tean
CHEMAWA, Ore., Nov. 12
The Chemawa Indians scored a 20
to 0 shutout over the; St. John's
Bachelors la the Armistice Day
football game on the Portland
gTidiron. The Indians outweighed
and with the excepiton of the sec
ond quarter, outplayed the Bach
elors. FUNDING OF ITALIAN
DEBT IS COMPLETED
(Continued from pafe 1)
cember 15. 1922, the date of the
British settlement and three per
cent from then to June 15 last,
the date from which the presenrV
arrangement will be operative it
approvea Dy congress and,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST BR-IKP. CASK COXTAINIXO
muMf ana hooks. Findrr nil 9S-?
"Old Time" Prices !
Tire are "out of sight," ant here
is a tsioftmtnt of Undud mtkai
taat you can buy at many dollars
les than current prices. See these
tires Compare the prices with
anyone's and remember that we
give you service.
31x4 Cord. JL$15.50
32x4 Cord 15.00
33x Cord 18.75
34x4 Cord . 18.50
32x4 'A Cord .18.00
34x4.95.. 118 50
and COURT STS.