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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON ':.''
THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, ,1925 . :
TEKS ASICED FOR 16 HIGH SCHOOL GRIDMEN, COUNCIL TO VOTE TODAY
round of the tournament was
played. The sophomores beat the
seniors 21-20; the juniors defeat
ed the freshmen 17-6.
Juniors were victorious over
the 8ophomores14-4 in Tuesday's
muni. Seniors beat the rooks
Then the rooks turned around
and defeated the sophomores 34
24 yesterday. And the seniors
interclass rivalry. -
Foot ball has been more' the
nature of the frays so far than
basket ball. jThe famous slogan
of the Northwest Mounted Police
has been adopted get your man J
In spite of this, considerable speed
has been shown, iu some of -the
games. . . ;
AT THE OREGON THEATRE TODAY
I, completed blasting by bowing the
This leaves the senior and jun
ior teams the only, ones defeated
but once. The tie will be played
off this afternoon, according to
Cornelius Bateson, chairman of
More Than 20 flayers-Answer
First Basketball Call
! ( - of 1925 Season ...
Deaf School's .Cage Squad
Takes Victory by Score
of 45 to 27 '
ran be n
! ,Foot ball season having passed
, Into history, tbe question now cur
rent at the Salem high school is,
how many" and who are to receive
letters?' .- ,. '' r:!" . "
Coach Huntington has answered
this.; in ' pai-r by making rec
ommendation;' T,or 'i jnen to. re
ceive letters.' Final decision win
hp 'mjade today when the student
council passes on the names
, Following ; are" jhe men recom
mended by Coach Huntington r
Captain Kelly, Ecker, ' Temple.
iAqamarj. Drager Blaco,IavIs,
Querie, , Jackson, II. Lyons,
tNoeske, A. Lyons, R. ' Drager,
French. Lang and Olinger.
, Most 'Of tbesa played in every
game ' of the season, and each
rlaledMn several of the games.
The recommendations were based
-on hard and sincere, work as well
as. number of periods participated
in: f . .
Jy Basket DU practice has crowd
ed out "toot ball, and the entire
student body Jrave switched their
Interest to the hoop game. Vith
six, lettermen for a nucleus and
several good prospects with which
to build; Salem's prospects for the
coming season are bright.
Last year Salem won the state
- championship, wading ' through
the'":Valley contests undefeate;!.
and producing a clean 'slate in the
state tournament, by defeating the
crack Franklin Tiigh team from
Portland.' ' - 'h 'i : ' ' ,
- Coach' Huntington1 called the
fist furtj-out last nighf,' over 20
men , responding. A larger - turn
out than this is expected as soon
as . the -Jnterclass . football games
aro over. j" ' r . n
. -Jv Drager, all state center. Xash
and Duffy, forwards, knd R. Dra--ger,
ft, Ashby and dinger guards
re the.fettermen reporting. The
most serious looses to the team
are.EHiSi all state forward, an J
Heeuan.j torward. both graduating
last-June. . :.,- :-:t ".-
H, Ashby, n. Lyons, A. Lyons,
Eker and Blaco are considered
promising material for this sea
son. '-Blaco ras 'center oii the
rarrish" junior high : team last
yca"c and Ecker was his running
mato at forward." 'Practice will
bi hel(l daily from, now on:
' .Alumni versus 9atep will be
thj first game of the season, to be
played Wednesday night. Decem
ber '23 Incidentally, this game,
coming"on the last light before
Christmas vacation. la the' main
feature of the annual high school
rAJUmnt . have' organize.1 this
year, and are. practicing constant
ly. ' Salem has usually, beat them
' hetore as they were not organized,
lint the organization of the alum
ni teara leads fans. to suspect Sa
lem will ia.a Job on her hands
to start Jthe season oj; the win
ning side of the column. - "V
The season's schedule, has not
yet been arranged, although the
school is- confident .bit receiving'
plenty.'. It is;hopedthe acHe-dale
wTft hot be as heavy as last year',
when-over thirty game! were
p'ayed; ui i - - - ,
Salem Deaf School's "Thunder"
quintet defeated . the Turner bas
ketball club hoopsters on the
school's floor last night." 45-27,
This makes four straight wins for
the local boys. ,
The . Thunder team icd easily
throughout the game, : the first
half ending In their favor 26-16.
Floyd Hudson and John Powell
starred for the locals, Hudson be
ing responsible for 18 points and
Powell 14. E. Gath was-Turner's
12 the Thunder team will play the
quintet from the deaf school at
Vancouver, Wash. The game will
be played on the Salem deaf
school floor. . y
Following Is the lineup of last
Deaf School Turner
V. Pitts (e),....L.RF.. u. K. Gatk (c)
4. PowH .. s..l.r; x. U. VMKgn
K.Hudnon. 4 K. bull
O. Colling ....... U1,,.. A. (iatb
J. Koitfc ...XO U. SchrriBann
Substitutes: Deaf school. Hag
en, RIckert, itts; ' Turner, C.
Schermann and Martin.
Referee, Ray Hummel of Sa
"The Best People," picturized from one of the best-seliers of recent years, comes to the Ore
gon theatre today and will also be here Friday. The film is a Sidney Olcott production and a
Paramount picture. Esther Ralston, Warner Baxter and Margarte Morris are featured in
"Best People." 4
FRESHMEN DRAW WRATH
C OF W STUDENTS SEARCHING
FOR SIG.V PAINTERS .
" SEATTLE, Dec. 9. (By Asso
ciated Press.) Twenty-five hun
dred, amateur detectives were
sleuthing on the University of
Washington campus tonight to
run to. the grdtind the persons
who have emblazoned the fresh
man class numerals in conspicu
ous places on buildings and on
memorial towers during the last
few days X. ;
If the -culprit are not -apprehended
end hailed before the
senior council by Friday noon, the
Several California Contests
'in Sight for Holiday
will play a game. The JJvermore
entire freshman class. numberinjri-Coboys als e a game.
UFA A a . . . 4 TllO W a A 4 't. 1
I'UEIILO,! Colo. Dec. . (By
Asbociatcd Press). Ed "Strang
ler' "Lewis, "-'claimant' of the
world ? heavyweight v rwrestling
championship, defeated George
Gostorich of Pueblo here tonight
in straight fails. Lewis took the
first fall in 34:10 with headlock
and the econdi in 5:11 with a dou
ble, wrist lock, and arm scissors. '
2500 will be barred from social.
athletic .and .other extra academic
festivities the council has decreed.
. The council blinked when the
number "29" appeared on side
walks, steps, windows, the chimes
and red lanterns and old clothes
were "i strung across potals of
buildings, "but took drastic action,
when the .numerals appeared on
memorial columns' at the entrance
of -the campus. Because of th
softness of the stones, the paint
cannot be entirely removed it was
said and the freshman class may
be required to replace them. The
class will also have to pay the
"costs of obliterating the' signs on
sidewalks and buildings.
The senior council has not de
cided what to do with the paint
ers, if they are found.
. . Several -California games are in
sight for the barnstorming trfp of
the Willamette university hoopers
during the Chrftstmas vacation, ac
cording to Guy L. Rathbun, Wil
Sacramento Athletic club is wil
ling to play two games, and the
Sacramento American Legion team
Teams, at TVeed and Slarysville
have indicated they might be wil
ling for "matches.
Definite arrangement! far the
f barnstorming trip have not yet
been completed but it in highly
tower on ' the new library roof;irobable the Banat will make
southern Oregon and northern Cal
whi, lt a handful of men out
for the varsity, with onlythree
lettermen reporting, practice has
I been slow this week, due largely
to the interclass basketball games
bejng played. TheBe will be com
pleted today and practice is ex
pected to speed up. ?
Kasnacht. Robertson and Kriek
son. lettermen. are all reported to
be" in good shape. They will form
the nucleus of this season's Bear
cat quintet. - r- .
'Litchfield. Scott. and Flesher. of
last year's rook squad are showing
well. They have been placed in
the first ten. and are looked upon
to fill the berths vacated.
Willamette's b'g weakness is
center. Hartley, two-year center,
is not fvnt because his" working
hours conflict with practice. Rie
dell. only other center in sight, is
unable to play. Flesher or Litch
field may be given a try at this
berth, although they are both for
wards. Thi.i weakness is especially felt
this year, as the new rules specify
the center shall not jump out of
the ring on the toss-up. Inci
dentally, the rule of holding the
hand lit'hinj th? back on tUkS-Og-up
has been done away with. Th
foul zones have also been abol
ished, players receiving two frpe
throws only when 'they are fouled
in the act of shooting.
"Willamette's schedule will not
be known until after the meeting
of the northwest conference, to be
held this week-end at Seattle.
Senior and Junior Willamette
Class Tossers to Play
' Off Tourney Tie
Interest manifested in the in
terclass basket ball tournament
being staged at Willamette uni
versity indicates the game will be
unusually popular this season.
Turn-outs to the games have
been larger than in a college gen
eration. Juniors were considered the
easy favorites of the tournament
until they were defeated yester
day afternoon by the seniors.
Freshmen also upset the dope by
winning from the sophomores.
Monday afternoon the first
J T?OR go-aways and
there is nothing more' desirable
and welcome than a bag or other
luggage. When going on a journey
it is a positive necessity. And even
if one never takes a long voyage,
there are over-night bags and hand
bags that are needed.
We have assembled a marvellous
array of luggage, with the holidays
in mind, and there is no better or
more suitable holiday gift.
We will be glad to show you, even
if you are not sure of buying. Never
have you been able to buy so much
for so little.
LINEN MILLS MACHINE
PROBLEM FACES BOARD
' ; (Continnrd 4rom p(o 1.)
In Oregon five years ago. '
At that time, he met Mrs. Lloyd
of Oregon, who talked Oregon
flax to him until he had about de
cided .to make a trip west. But
be put oft the matter. . For the
past two' years ho has had no va
cation. When the matter of a
new Linen Mill for Oregon came
up, he" was glad to . seize upon
the opportunity for a vacation to
Oregon. ; -. '..' " .- .';
His advice la helping the direc
tors of the new mill to crystalize
their plans It" is expected before
he returns to the east that the
questions of equipment and of site
will ha re been decldcd apon;;' ' r4
It? s 1 a real pleasure
; to travel by stage!
. Speed with safety, combined with scenic
beauty, comfortable stages and frequency
k " of service, stage trsrvef is enjoyable at
any season of the year.
. We take the work out of travel and put
pleasure in. Ask your ticket office for a
-: - "t ?t the beautiful trips on, or in con
. . neaion with, our lines.
' ... ..OREGON STAGES '
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Who it's Christmas Eve
ing tree is ready and trimmed with gifts
the peace and good cheer of Christmas
:. - have a Camel!
WHEN the happy work of Christmas Eve is
done. And the clock calls the approach of
midnight. When the gifts and toys are in their
place on the children's tree have a Camel!
For to those who think of others there is ho
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So on this Christmas Eve, when your work
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contentment to so many millions. Know the
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Have a Camel! j
-and the glisten
and toys -when
are almost here
Ctmels represent the utmost in cigarette quality. The choicest of Turkish and
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h I pi y
is well to remember your few closest friends
with a supply of Camels for Christmas Day
and the days to come Get your Camel
cartons now and then they will be ready!
. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
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