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THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1925
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
BRAD TEAM LOSES
Student Body Adjourns to
Celebrate Coming of
Salem high school quintet upset
.-predictions last night by defeating
thfr Alumni 29-22, The alumni
doped to win as the team had
lw--ea practicing frequently and
was considered well - organized.
Alumni snowed good team work,
lut were unable to connect with
the basket regularly.
&dem high started off in the
first quarter by taking the lead 1
to V In this period the high
school boys , took the offensive
nio?t of the time. Many snot;
were triedby both sides, but few
took; . " -,
high school players strengthen
ed their lead iu the second frame,
naming- 11 points while the alum-
nr were awarded a zero. The
tilnmni were unable to fathom the
ntliiek of the undergrads. The
half ended 21-4. ; '!'; !
The high school's entire second
team was put Into play during th3
third quarter. The alumni open
ed an-offensive that netted them
point 'after point; Their favorite
play was Gill to Fallin," who stood
ienr the Fide line lateral to th
l.Mt'skt't, and dropped th'm ; in
without the aid 6f the haekboard.
In this period" the -Alnmnl chalk
td up 10 points to & for' the hig:
; ,vjth the score 14 to-i'l for th-s
high school, the red and black
first team was sent into play for
'.the final quarter. But the on
slaught of the alumni was not
becked until ,they had tied the
i-corv.-Patterson, Oosser and Fal
lin being mostly ' responsible for
the spurt But . the high school
boys came back in a final attack,
and ran up the score six more
points-' , before, the ' tfnm keeper'
w.histle announced the end cf tlv
half. . t ...
"Huffy, forward, starrod for the
high school, and was hisli point
man of the game with lu' points to
I isVredlCj FalUa for the Alnmnl
followed close with S points.' .
tallowing is the lineup ; T ' ;
II fgh School; Position . Alumni
OUnger; -:. ..::...nr... t-t Tallin
J. Drager ..::.:.C.-,.,,tr..,. iV(.'orfH
.nrorager ..xna:.r....:i.v... cm
Ashby '1.....J..::.LC'.... Patterson
1 llcferee, Fuzzy CaRron;f Saiistii
' The. game was oito, of the tea-
4m, .., f 11, n .. I .
iilfM fctaged by the high school
Ja,'ts were in order for the' event,
with hundreds out to celebrate the
tldsfng of scliool'for a two weekV
v vacation.. . .v. ''. -'--'
Alter the-, gamel the. boys, wiith
: thyir '".dates,"' started an exodus,
landing at a' Safenu theater.- .Ar-
. raOWMUents'hatt been made .where-'
Ly the students received reduced
ratw:for the show. The balcony
, of -the theater" was packed witn
students, , who were-as silent a-i
static. , . . . .
The Spa, was !the immediate ob
JijtiKve after the show. Ice cream
' in 'all its glory was consumed by
the1 -wholesale. ".What few stags
there, happened to be in the Spa at
: thQ time, grinned comfortably as
lieyTiawmany hand3 feeling un
easily Into' pockets deflated by the1
. Christmas onslaught.
dum states, General Butler again
pressed for actijon without result.
In letters to the mayor made
public at the' time. General Batter
described conditions found at the
Bellevue Stratford on the night
of November 11. '
"Drunken men and young girls
were found upon the ball room
floor," said the letters. "Drunken
men. in an unconscious condition
were found In room 220; one
man had to he sent to the hospital
to be resuscitated."
The memorandum speaks of
finding 250 empty bottles alleged
to have contained intoxicating
The manager of the hotel, the
memorandum said, made no ef
fort to regulate the conduct of the
dance, stating that he had relied
entirely upon a naval officer who
was in charge of the affair given
by sailors and marines from 'the
navy yard. , '
Other, papers ! made public by
General Butler indicated there
had been friction between the
mayor and the director for some
time, the mayor stating frankly
to Butler that he did not like the
way he was conducting his de
partment .and did not approve of
some of the appointments he had
made. : i.; ;j
With his letter acknowledging
the mayor's letter of dismissal
General Butler sent a decorated
revolver bearing the inscription
"To , My -Friend. General BuMer
from Mayor Kendrick, January G
"It is the only thing the Mayqr
ever cave me, remarked the
general. "He said he wanted me
to have it to protr-ct myself, but
I don't need any protection now,
1 MUNN LASTS 2 MINUTES
W11K.STI.KK AXI GRID STAIl
KO'KD IX FIRST KOUM
Games to Start Saturday Af
ternoon as Feature of
AXIIY SMITH Iill'UOVKD
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 23
(Al) The coudrtioii of Andy
Smith, head coach of Jhe Univer
sity of California football team.'
who is int the University of Penn
sylvania hospital with pneumonia,
was reported tonight as "slightly
improved' but still serious-.' lie
was fa id. to have had a comfort
able day and to be resting easy
tonight. - i (
Eight teams have signed to en
ter the Older Boys' tournament to
be staged at t he Salem YMCA
gymnasium as a feature of the
Christmas holiday program. The
tournament will open Saturday
afternoon and will continue
through thofollowiug week.
The eigiit. teams to enter are
The Creeks, Ili-Y, Demons. Night
Juniors. Leslie .'M- K., Athenians.
Oregon Journals and Webfouters.
All boys in the city under the
age of 19 years are eligible to play
in the tournament. Drawing of
games has been made, however,
and it is understood that no more
teams will Ik? able to enter.
Winners of the tournament will
be decided through the elimina
tion method. The losers will have
a chance to further show tlieir
wares in the consolation tourna
ment. , i . .
Following is the schedule 7 of
games for the tournament: Creeks
vereus Hi-V Saturday t at 2;?0
o'clock: At&ejifnns versus Oregon
Journals, Monday fevening at 7: 16
o'clock; -JKight Juniors? versus
Webfooters,1 Monday eveiung affel
first gamejiiand Demon vermis
Leslie M. II. Tuesday afternoon
at :t o'clock. It is understood the
semi-finals will be staged Wednes
day or Thursday, and the finals
will be played off Friday or Saturday.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 23. (By
Associated Press. I AVayne VBig"
Munn. heavyweight wrestler, and
former University of Nebraska
football star, essaying for the sec
ond time a ring career, was
knocked out here tonight in the
first round of a scheduled ten
round bout by Andre Anderson of
Chicago. Munn lasted only two
Munn's previous venture with
the gloves ended similarly. He
was knocked but by Jack Clifford.
Andersen, a trial horse in the
heavyweight 'division for years,
poked a few short Jabs to Munn's
chin and the 259-pound wrestler
hit the canvas. He rose ponder
ously on the count of nine with
blood streaming from his mouth
and Andersen shot two more
short ones to the chin. Munn
crashed down and was out.
MTIGUE 15 VICTOR
Former Light Heavy Champ
"- Vyjns Decision Oyer Big
"NEW YORK. Dec. 23. -(By As
sociated Press-.) Mike McTigue,
former world's light heavyweight
champion, tonight won a judge's
decision over the Atlanta negro.
Tiger P'lowers, in a furiously
fought 10-round fight at Madison
Square (.larden, the feature con
test of a Christmas fund boxing
subdivision thereof. The atten-1 ihj.-hma. wir.
tion of thesoffimhas een di-1 ' ABIO. pr., ic ?Z3.-oe
rected to the law defining their Tipton. 35. a stockman of the in
duties and powers and it will bor -ounty. ended
MUST PROVE TITLE
TO CAR OWNERSHIP
(Continued fruiu page 1.)
WARREN. Penn., Ix c. .2.1.
Jimmy Slattery of Buffalo.. tonight
knocked;out Joe Burke of New
York in itliethir.d round of a
scheduled Jen-round bput here.
SJattory weighpd72i-and Burke
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OFFERING FOR POOR
Rev.. J. J, Evans Presented
With Brief Case as Token
of Esteem .
GENERAL BUTLER IS
OUSTED FROM POST
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throe o! us stated that we could
noL- see any difference between
little placesand the biggest one.'
The result of the interview was
that action was to bj delayed un
til. after the police magistrate's
hearing against the! manager of
the hotel who had been arrested.
On December 21, the meruoran-
. $'10. 0
. ' 1.00
(Sifts to date to .The $tatesman
Associated Charities ChVIstmais
Cheer fuud are:. -.1 ;' ' I
Salem Ad Club r. . . . . .
I.afie Morley .
Anna S. Kantner .,'.... i.
CisU ... . . . . .
A friend ; .'.
Unknown "". ...... . . '. .
Tom's Wash Hack
w. w. itiii .......
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Pratt
A friend . . .V."..'
A friend ... . .!. .
A. K. Anderson ., . ... .
A friend ..... . -T. . . . .' . . .
Lehman's Crocery .....I.
Men's Class, First Christian
church - . :
Judge M.- T'oulsen
L'nknowiv- . . . . .
Trade Sjtroet Store v. . . . . .
A friend .
15. A. T. Moore . , . .......
Mrs. Mae Young, for Asso
ciated Charities ........
Mrs. Mae Young, for Cap
Multiple Listing Bureau . .
Mrs. Rose Hester's class, First
Prebbyterian church, care for one
Nina ilcNary'a class. Baptist
Sunday school, care for one family.
Members of the Salem Rotary
club "dug up" S70.S5 to help in
the work of conveying Christmas
icheer to the needy families of Sa-
.m;.. Charles Archerd,onesof.ihe
members, conducted'a' session trf
''Magic-' during .which he showed
members how to find the money
pocket oT a man.
One of the members failing to
have auycash in his suit. Arc-herd
ordered liim to remove bis right
shoe. There he found a silver
dollar to apply to the fund. C.
P; BLdvop of the Bishop Clothing
store was to" be finod 50 cents for
every member present wearing
one of liis suits. As every one
professed to have on one of his
suits, however, the fine was de
clared out of order, and he was
let off with a moderate assess
ment. Kvery member present gave a
dollar. Those who were absent
without excuse were ordered to
be assessed a dollar each.
R. O. Snelling. acting for the
Rotary club, presented to Rev. J.
J. Evans,- pastor of the First
Christian church of Salem and a
Rotarian, a black leather brief
case as a token of. appreciation of
his work while in tfie club. Rv.
Bvaus is leaving fr huuthern Cal
ifornia where beiwill harve charge
of affairs for the Christian
church. He will preach his last
Salem Sermon Sunday.
SET FOR TIGHT
Leslie Methodist Episcopal
Sunday School' Plans
The Sunday school of Leslie
Methodist church will give their
Christmas program Thursday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock. The public
is Invited to be present and en
joy lie evening. The following
program will be given:
Organ voluntary. "The March
of the Magic Kings," (Dubois)
Song. "Joy to the World," con
gregation. Prayer, Rev. DeYoe.
Instrumental solo, "The Shep
herd Boy," Wilson William
Vocal duet, selected, by the
Misses Henrietta Bishop and Lena
Christmas carols by Sunday
Song, "Away in the Manger,1'
by primary department.
Organ and piano duet, "Silent
Night." by Mi3s Bohrnstedt and
Mr. Wheal don.
Recitation, selected, by Lena
"The Christmas Story," a read
ing by Martha Louise Kreikeu
baum. "What Christmas Eats Do." a
short play by Prof. Clyde FrcnclA
llecilation. "An Opon Letter,'
Jack Mush. '
"Why the Chimes Rang," a
Christmas story by Mr. De Yoe.
Closing song. "O Little Town
of Bethlehem," by the conitreca-
Benediction. Postlude. "Morn-
ng .Mood," from Peergena (Greig.
Mrr. Alberta Bohrnstedt.
out first securing a certificate of
title, shall be guilty of a misde
meanor and punished 8 provid
ed in the act.
"Owners of motor vehicles li
censed under the laws of other
states or countries and heretofore
granted Oregon visitors' permits
which expire by limitation or
otherwise December 31, 1925,
should be required to secure 13 26
Oregou licenses for such motor
vehicles in all cases where it is
evident that the motor car own
er during the life of such visitor's
permit has taken up .residence in
Oregon by the acceptance of gain
ful employment and the removal
of his .family into the state. Ap
plications for 192fi lienses to be
made as in the case of an origi
nal registration, that is applica
tion for license, must be accom
panied by application for certifi
cate of title.
"State traffic officers appoint
ed, by the. secretary of state have
for the purposes of the enforce
ment of the motor vehicle law the
powers vested by law in peace of
ficers. They are authorized to ex
ercise such powers in any por
tion of the state or any political
their policy to act in accordance
with the suggestions as outlined
herein as they may relate to the
operations of motor vehicles dur
ing the- period of congestion
around the fjrst or the year in
the issuing ot lit 2 6 motor vehicle
'Special attention is directed io
these . provisions at this time in
order that there may be a uniform
understanding among all peace of
ficers with, respect to the use of
1125 motor vehicle license plates
on motor- vehicles for a short
period after January 1, 1926, and
it is requested that the use of the
1025 motor vehicle license plates
1h perinltie.d on such motor ve
hicles as lhe owners thereof have
secured certificates of title there
for and who have made applica
tions for 1926 licenses until such
fime as the 1926 licenses are re
ceived by such car owners from
the Secretary of State, but only in
those cases where the owners of
such motor vehicles shall produce
satisfactory evidence of having
submitted applications for 1926
"Motor' car ajwners who ore
found -operating' their icar8 after
January 1. 1926. and who have
not made application for 1926 li
censes will be dojugg so in open
violation of the motor vehicle law
o fthe state and-subject them
selves to the penalties imposed
theretvnder for violations of such
CHEAP KISSES" AT THE HEILIG
Vfy - v-r- ' "CHEAP, KISSE5!0 '
.Cheap Kisses," now beln? shown at the. HeHlrvttcater.fJtt said to brone of the' most powerfu
pictures or its type yet proaucea. it carries tne endorsement of the itellig management
James J. Crossley
of Portland, Oregon
hereby announces that he is a can-
didate- for tho Republican nomlna-
tion for V. S. Senator s.t the May,
"Will work jealously for develop
ment of Oregon and Oregon Ports,
for irrigation and reclamation and
fulfillment of measures for real
benefit of farmFsaVsliggested by
their organizations. Favor World
Court, reform Senate Rules and
trill support necessary provisions
for law .enforcement." :r- v
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Look over these pric
es, then come and see
We have to unload these
second-hand machines be
fore the first of the year.
Royal No. 10
Remington No. 10 $35.00
Corona Portable $30.00
Underwood No. 5 $12.50
Underwood 14 inch
And other machines
These machines are all
519 Court St.-Salem v
"The boar's hd in hand bear I
"Bedeclc'd with bayr and rosemary;
Tejoice, my tauten, and ba mrry
' Old English Rhyma.
Take advantage of thm Special Round Trip xcur
tion Fare offered b the
OREGON ELECTRIC RY.
52.00 Portland and Return T . ... ':
SeaUle 5 1 1.90 f t Albany! 00
Eugene 3.10 - Corvallis 51.50
The Dalles .
his life with a bullet, according
to the findings of a x-oroners jury
which investigated the facts con
nected "wlfh Ilia death ai the Tip
tou Vanch. 20 miles aoth of Crow- ,
ley yesterday. Tipton, according ,
to the story told the Jury, shot,
himself through the head Decern- -(
ber 17; but did not die until yes- "
terdayj. . "...
Plan to take those
There arc so many places you and the
family have planned to visit some day.
Don't put it off ariy longer.
The stages arc waiting to take you when
and where you wish. Ybu have nothing
to think of but to be at the depot on time.
Make this outdoor travel a pleasure
18.1 NOItTH HIGH
, Tickets on sale pecaf. 19, .20, 21, 22, 23, 2 f 23, 30, 31
I Return limit January 4
Reduced Fares between Other O. E. Ry. Points
Aik for further particulars Phone 727
A ifs a w.,A;J
Reguar $7.50, $8.00, $8.50, to $10.00 Coat Style
SEE THEM TODAY
OPEN THIS EVENING
TODAY YOUR LAST CHANCE
TO PURCHASE YOUR CHRISTftlAS GIFTS
We. list a few last minute
FURNITURE GIFT SUGGESTIONS
Office Desks '
Vanities -r, :
Table Runners Davenports
Dining Chairs Bedding
Book Cases Tea Wagons
Writing Desks Tricycles
Lamp Shades Wood Baskets
Water Sets Electric Washers
Pictures " Fancy Pillows
Bridge Lamps CliadS Rbclcfcrs
Camp Stoves- Floor Lamps Traveling Bags
Luggage Carriers Radios " " Floor Polishers
w u , . '
Pyrex Lmoleum -
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK
SEE OUR WINDOWS
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