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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1925)
SALEM'S FEL TO LEAVE FRIDAY: FOR
JJndefeated Eleven is Tuned
; i for Victory in Season's
i, " .
The fearless Salem foot' ball ag
gregation, practically unaccom
panied by local rooters, will take
the . Southern Pacific train nam
Ijer 15 at 11:23 a. m. Friday, De
ember 4, Tor the city of Medford
to lower the pride of that city's
victorious high school gridders.
They will leave Medford Sunday
i night, arriving in Salem at 6:40
a. m. Monday, December 7. :
. K. A. DeMarala, chief clerk of
the Southern ; Pacific .company's
Salem office, and Garlea ."Spot"
Simpson, yell -leader at the- local
high school, will " accompany the
team on its-southern conquest. 7
Uust which Salem warriors will
make the trip - has not yet been
decided by Coach Hollis Hunting
ton, Salem mentor; Some of the
men wno nave been counted on
to crash the Medford line are on
the Injured list, and may not be
"able to make the trip. J. Drager,
tackle, who Is equally valuable on
the line in defense and offense.
Salem's mainstay at punting, and
who can be counted Vn to carry ttie
ball when neee&ary, has sustained
one sprained knee and' has water
on both knees a 3 the result of the
Thanksgiving tilt against (Frank
lin high school of Portland. :
' Lang. Salem's star full, who has
been out of the game most of the
season because of a sprained
ankle, may. not be able to make
the. trip, as his foot is healing
slowly. Eckert is definitely out
of it with a sprained ankle.
Those who are practically sure
( of making the trip are B. Drager.
quarter; Temple, end; Blaco,
tackle; Davis and Query, guards;
Kelly and Noeske, halves. A.
Lyons, full, and H. Lyons, center.
The local team is pointing its
all in an effort to. be victor; over
the Medford outfit, the game be
ing the last in the season, for both
high schools. Medford has : won
all its games throughout South
ern Oregon by large scores; and
Salem has been undefeated by high
schools this season, winning the
Willamette valley championship.
Marr by Defeating Harport
Wins Right to Enter
Commu nity Meeting Sched
uled This Afternoon at
Dr. M. A. Jull, head of the gov
ernment poultry bureau at Wash
ington. D. C, wlio is .making a
tour of Washington, Oregon and
California at the request of the
secretary of agriculture,- will speak
at the community poultry meeting
to-be held this afternoon at 1 : 4 5
o'clock in the auditorium of the
Salem Chamber of Commerce.
Another general meeting of the
poultry men of -Marion and Polk
tounties will- be held at ; 1:43
o'clock Thursday afternoon, at
nhich time ProE. It. E. Cosbypou5
try extension specialist at OAC,
will be the principal speaker.
will talk on important phases of
Ecotty Marr. WHlard Kapphahn.
Russell Steiner and Paul Kafoory
are the only contestants now sur
viving in the grand ping pong
tournament being held at the Sa
; -Marr, by defeating I. De Har
port," has won the right to enter
the finals' match.
Steiner and Kafoury as yet have
not played their match, and the
winner is to play Kapphahn. The
winner of this match will be pitted
against Marr for the final battle
that is to determine the local ping .street.
8:55 p. m.. Sunday, that a Chev-
lolet touring had been stolen from
that city. Officer Edwards made
the arrest of Stolash, who was
driving the stolen car, at 9:20 p.
rav, catching aim on South Com
mercial street as he was coming
into the city.
Stolash gave his age as 16 years
and, it is said, informed the offi
cers that they "couldn't do any
thing? to him a3 he was a minor.
Officer Liilard was phoned, and
(ame immediately. Stolash was re
It ased to him. When asked why
he had stolen the car, Stolash re
plied: "1 wanted the car so that
I could get home quickly."
Officer Liilard also reported to
loeal headquarters that a Stat
loadster. Oreeon license number
74-134, and a Ford touring, Ore
gon license number 123-662, had
both been stolen from Eugene Sun
C. F. Niman of Portland report
ed Sunday night that his. Ford
coupe had been stolen while park
ed in front of 669 North Front
The car was later recover
French Novel Losing Hold
on People as Times Change
PARIS. Changed times in Eu
rope, are lessening the popularity
of the French novel.
People in France are studying
GamesShould Be Played iZZlT'iZ ZZJSZ.
lOUrnament tnded UuT- .ing three times the price of the
inCT This Week novel, have found a remarkable
vival of editions of Greek and Ro
man classics in the original text
and in translations.
Of the 8987 boks published in
France last year, only 1148 were
novels, while 2008 were on social
and economic questions. A- com
parison of books on sale with
those offered before the World
war showed a greatly marked Im
provement in taste.
pong champion. It is expected jed at Brooks by state traffic of
that the tournament will reach its ficer Rinehart. It is said that the
conclusion by the middle of this I car had figured in a wreck near
week. - . I Brooks
SflUEWl PDUGE BUSY
Stolen Cars Reported and Low Round Trip Fares for
Record Catch Is Made
on Albany Trip
Holidays Announced by
Teams of the Anderson junior
league that were to play Monday
afternoon in the first round of
the basketball tournament held by
teams in the league, once more
postponed their game. , Bob Board
man, physical director at the
YMCA, gave as the reason that
the boys have not as yet recovered
from their trip to the state older
boys' conference at McMinnville
held last week-end.
The South Friends Pioneer
team, however, will meet the Par
rish junior high school aggrega
tion in the first round of the
tournament. Boardman declares
that the games should be played
and the tournament ended by the
end of this week.
111 BREAK RECORD
Board Will Open Bids for
30,000,000 Feet in
LIQUOR CAUSES DEATH -SEATTLE.
Nov. 28. r(By As
sociated Press.) Authorities to-.
day were seeking the source from
which Mrs. Neva Garrell.j local
hotel telephone operator obtained
poisonous liquor which physicians
paid was -responsible for her death
Stolen cars and recoveries seem
ed to be the order of the day in
city police circle Sunday
The most notable case was that
Low round trip fares on South
ern Pacific lines in Oregon, to 'all
other local Southern Pacific des
tinations will be offered for the
of Peet Stolash of Winnipeg. Man-1 Christmas holidays, according to
itoba. Canada.' who was arrested
by. Officer W. O. Edwards and
charged with having stolen a car.
Traffic Officer Lillaid of Albany
had phoned local headquarters at
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information received by the local
Lines operating east and north
of Portland will have a one and
one-hair fare rate for the round
trip, tickets being on sale Decem
ber 18 to 25, and also December
29 to January 1, Inclusive, with
final return limit January , 4.
'The round trip fares locally on
the .'Southern Pacific will be one
and one-third fare for the round
trip, which is much lower than
previous years, sale dates and
final limits being the same as the
preceding, H is stated.
TURKEY SHOOT WILL
Tentative Date, December 1 3
Xo Be Considered at
1 Next Meeting
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The Salem Rod and Gun club
will hold a regular meeting on next
! Wednesday night to make -plans
for a big turkey shoot. Sunday,
December 13 has been set as the
tentative date for the shoot. More
than 250 birds will be available.
An attempt will be made to im
prove on the last shoot which caus-
I ed considerable comment. . Pro
tection of fish and game in Marion
and Polk counties, and the stock
! ing of streams near Salem will be
i discussed at the meeting.
The state land board on Janu
ary 26 of next year will open bid3
for the sale of approximately 30,
000.000 feet of timber located in
Klamath county. This is the larg
est sale of timber, ever negotiated
by the state land board, according
to announcement made by mem
bers of the board. Three thousand
acres of land on which the timber
stands will not be offered for sale
The minimum price for 28,665,-
000 feet of yellow pine has been
fixed by the board at $3.50 per
1000 feet. : Approximately 835.-
000 feet of white fir has been ap
praised at 50 cents per 1000 feet
and 185,000 feet of incense cedar
a $l per 1000 feet.
i?Each bid must be accompanied
bk a certified check for 25 per
cent of the amount involved which
wULJmm retained by the board as
fljfstayjnept on - the purchase
Child of Soviet Probation
Marriage Has No Religion
MOSCOW. Children born of
parents wedded on "probation," a
ceremony autnorizea unaer ine
latest Soviet marriage code, are
presumed to have no religion un
til they are 16, when they may
choose any form of worship or
none at all.
This is another offspring in the
freedom and ease with which mat
rimony and divorce can be effected
that is attributed largely to the
separation of the Church from the
state and to the governor's desire
to give both sexes absolute equal
ity in all activities of life.
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flesh right down to the ligaments
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TU7HEREVER you go, whatever you
Y motoring camping; canoeing, hunting, fish-':
ing take a Pathex Motion Picture Camera with .
you. Keep a living, moving record of your trip.
With a Pathe Camera you can make your own
motion pictures1 just as easily and at no greater
coat than taking snapshots.
' The Pathex Camera loads instantly with a daylight-loading
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' The film costs hut $1.75 a magazine, which
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to start quickly and be free from
dangerous friction. All oils do
not meet this requirement, but
here again Zerolene proves one
of its superiorities it flows
at low temperatures. .
j To determine the correct body of Zerolene
r for the winter lubrication of your car, corv
ult the Zerobne Correct Lubrication Chart
at Standard Oil Service Station
and at dealers.
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