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0W2G0N STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON ' "
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Salem By 25; Wvl7;Sc
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JS TO PLAY
Game Counted1 First
: Test of High School Ma
i chine's-Strength i
- Wood burn upret ail dope In the
realm of spurvs last night when
she-" : defeated 1 the Salem j high
no hoot quintet, 25-17. v.tThe. game
$ras played on the Wood burn
floor. ' lVhe7t8alcm met Wood
burn here, she took the game by
a large score. I
The Wood burn floor Is small:
- the type that the local boys can
sot function on, They could not
get started last night, passed poor
ely, could not get up steam, and
)oundthe basket with infrequen
Th floor Is about the1 same
--sit as the one at Corvallis high
'..school, "j ; j:
The 'local boys' believe they can
trim. Woodburn or Corvallis on a
regulation size floor.
Fans will be given the oppor
f t unity to see whether or not Salem
can make good her claim and beat
- Corrallls on the home floor .when
the two teams tangle in Salem's
- last game of the season proper, to
: be played February 27. .! t
1 Tomorrow evening the Salem
.' team will meet up against what, Is
doped to be her hardest game of
the season- that with the Chema
wa Indians. Salem has one ad
vantage In that the game Is to be
2 --played in the local high' school
, Fans feel Salem has not ! really
Teen tested against a powerful
. team. i j
' The Indians, according to fe-
"port, have one of the strongest
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: New silk and satih Hats,:silk and straw mixed. Big
showin jr of Eajrly Spring; Hats
i : Very! Low Prices !
36 INCH OUTING FLANNEL
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27 INCH p traiNG FLANNEL
T White or Light or Da'rk ColoriGood Grade
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36 INCH WOOL EFFECT SUITINGS
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Yard 33c I
. New Patterns
BLANKJrTS CLEAN UP
Reduced Prices. End of Season
FIRST QUALITY COTTON BLANKETS
Special a Pair $1.59
Cotton Blankets -
First Quality Our Regular
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BY CLEAN FIGHT
ffhil Bayes, in' Best Condition
Readv for bcrap ot
An audience 'numbering 250
fans was present at the armory
list niffht. when Dannie- Edwards
went through a ?0 minute work-
obt. exhibiting in shadow boxing
his shifts, infighting and footwork.
i Phil Bayes. Salem clou tster,
who meets Edwards, tonight, ar
rived in Salem during the after
noon and was anxious to put on a
workout supplementing - Dannie's
show, but trainers advised against
this. - - ' '.; ,
i Bayes Is down to his contract
weight of 126 pounds and is ready
for his encounter with the scrappy
little colored veteran,
j "I am but to win this fight by
fair means," said Edwards last
night. "I never underrate any
two-handed man who steps in the
rjing with me. Some of my oppon
ents have proven to be polukas,
but many a poluka has knocked
down his man just because the
older fighter was too confident.
Edwards Is more concerned
4rer the possible arrival of his
tife who is traveling from their
ome at Oakland In hope of wit
nessing the bout with. Bayes. Mrs.
Bdward-j has been one of his most
Sevoted camp followers.
There is every evidence that
here will be absolutely no color
line- drawn in the attitude of the
"I have been well treated by
fight followers," observed Edwards
fwhen questioned regarding his ex
perience; "Ten years ago Jack
llohnson had brought our race in
lo bad repute in this game. George
(Smith, my present manager, went
finto the east with me and we en
countered much opposition Per
severance and sincere fighting has
iwon me thousands of white friends
and now a good colored . lighter
fcan enter eastern rings without
being hooted. I respect my audi
ence and my opponent, and Jf
.heir respect is accorded me, that
In exchanging greetings with Sa-
liem friends, Phil Bayes gave as
surance that he was out to et his
man, and that at the very least
!Ue would give his bes.
1 Matchmaker Plant announced
past night that arrangements have
jbeen made for ample t ingside and
f balcony seats to give . -rery fan
fa chance to secure his avorite lo
cation at. th. fight. . -
Three good preliminaries have
been scheduled as curtain raisers
to the main event.
teams in the history of the school.
They recently beat Franklin
high school of Portland by a good
sized score. They have beaten
two or three other Portland high
schools. The team Is reported to
be fast, and the members are aaid
to be dead shots.
Whether or not the Duffy-Sieg-mund-J,
Drager combination will
he able to best the Indians Is a
matter, of speculation. The line
up to start for the local boys will
be Siegmund and Duffy at for
wards, J. Drager at center and
dinger and R. Drager at guards
LOGGER IS KILLED
BAKER, Or., reb. 2. Frank
Combs. 35. a loereer of Aatin. Or
was killed near here todav when
a tog rolled irom a ar and fell on
m. f f
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Nashua First'Quality Ex
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Watch Dannie Edwards Work
Auto gift election
-: ( Cnntinnrd frnro pr K)
the end of the contest ljust a few
short weeks) are th ones who
4'UI rejoice on April 10. Do you
ifnalize that it is but a thort time
away.1 Can't you see that there
Ih no time for hesitation or delay?
The person who hasn't a car this
season must jump right into the
Contest today and hustle with the
brightest. and best of candidates,
j Candidates in The Statesman's
big automobile contest, as well a
jomp of those who have not yet
entered the race, are- busy with
jencil and paper these days fip
prine what It would take, in nub
iorlptiona to acquire the leader
ship for one of the grand prize
I Votes are the only things neces
sary to win. and they can be got
ten by the thousands, yes, by the
ten thousands. On every sub
scription turned in a certain num
ber of votes are allowed, depend
ing upon the size, or rather the
length of the subscription. And
in addition to these regular sub
scription votes, 100,000 special
otes are allowed on every $15
Wrorth of subscriptions turned in.
j Therefore by the use of a little
mathematics, it can, easily be fig
ured that a mere handful of sub
scriptions at this time, the result
of a little effort among your
friends, relatives and acquaintan
ces, would at once place you with
the leaders of the race and in iine
or a prize up to $1115.
Worth, trying for. to say the
least don't you think
But don't wait start now!
The beauty of this contes' in
that while you win big. you give
alue received for everything you
!!. Many in Salem and mtn
more outside are regular States
man subscribers. They subscribe
iand pay for The Statesman be
cause they want it, because they
get value received. You are not
pegging, you are selling a product
ithat should be in every home In
this territory the newspaper.
J'eople who read are informed.'
Your Statesman is a home news
paper, one which is safe for all
members of the family to read.
EXPRESS OFFU E ROBBED
S. P. DKPOT SAFK AT EUGENE
1ILASTKD; MONEY TAKEN
EUGENE. Or.. Feb. 2. (By A.
P.) Nearly $30 0 in cash, a quan
tity of express money orders and
a number of railroad passes were
taken from the safe f the South
ern Pacific railway company depot
at West Fir last night. The safe
door was blasted and the depot
Of the csah taken, about- $200
was the personal account of Sta
tion Agent Boulter, and the' re
mainder company funds.
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LATE FIGHT NEWS
AP- Chuck Hellman. Portland
bantamweight,;!! scored a technical
knockout over Bud Ridley, Se
attle, in the ninth round of a
scheduled ten round bout here to
night. I I .
Hellman gave his opponent a
bad battering in the eighth round
and had htm hanging on the ropes
in the ninth when' the fight was
Nig Yeager, Portland light
heavyweight knocked out Ted
Frayne. Seattle, in the third round
of another bout listed to go ten
rounds. Yeager dropped the Se
attle boxer with a; left hook for
the nine count in the first round.
A short right; flush to the chin
knocked Frayne cold in the third.
EUGENE. Ore.; Feb. 2.
Benny Peltz of Portland defeated
Spike Carney of Eugene by a
knockout in the fifth round of
their scheduled ten round main
event at the winter garden here
Joe Blackwell of Eugene de
feated Jimmy Murray of Port
land by decision in a six round
bout. Hal Hudson von the de
cision over Paul WUburn. Billy
Wellburn defeated Yong Riley of
SEATTLE. Feb. 2. (AP)
Dode Bercotj Seattle and Ted
Krache, Hoquiam, "Wash., went
six rounds tola draw in the main
event of a sparkling boxing card
here tonight. Bercot weighed
141 pounds and Krache five
pounds more. Bercot dropped
Krache for a nine count in the
first round, while Bercot went
downwice in later rounds.
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore., Feb.
2. (AP.) Benny Dotson. Port
land featherweight, won from Joe
Gorman, also of Portland, on a
technical knockout in the second
round of a scheduled ten round
bout here tonight. In a fast six
round semi-final Bobby Ross.
Klamath Falls, won a decision
over Frankie Doyle of Bend.
Lists Two Games
SILVERTON. Ore.. Feb. 2.
(Special.) Local basket ball fans
will have a j treat next week in
two Legion games on the local
floor. On Monday night Turner
will play here and on Wednesday
night Dallas will play here. As
a preliminary Wednesday night
the Chemawa Boy Scouts will meet
tne local Scouts, j
Linnton West Oregon 'Lumber
mill, employing 50 men, will in
crease to 250.
WILL MEET SCIO
Fives to Clash Tonight on
Local Gymi Both Teams
Parrish Junior high school hoop
ers will meet Scio high school
this, evening on the Parrish gym
nasium floor! Scio is said to have
a fast team, and is expected to
give the local boys a hard tussle
this evening. In fact. Coach
Brown of Parrish believes his boys
are going to have to show some
unusual playing if they are . to
keep the victory in Salem.
Parrish basketmen have been
setting a good record this season,
winning (he majority of their
games, in spite of the fact that
I most of these have been with full
I fledged high school teams.
The lineup for this evening's
contest will be as follows: 'Sieg
mund and Green at forwards, An
dressen at center and Kelly and
Keppinger at guards.
ALL STARS LOSE
Plav Speeds Up in Last Half,
With Silverton Taking
Kenneth Brown's All Stars of
Salem went down to defeat last
night at the hands of the Silver
ton Athletic club quintet. The
game, starting out slowly in the
first half, speeded up to such pro
portions that the crowd was
Defeate of the locals was the
old. old story of one team taking
the shots close in and the o.her
taking them from the distance.
This was true especially in the
Salem All Stars had the best of
it during the tirst half. Silverton
had not been playing so swiftly
as later in the game, and the
Brown boys rang up 13 points
while Silverton tallied only 9.
In the second half, the Silverton
boys started an offensive that
lasted for the remainder of the
game. Although, an occasional
long shot was attempted and one
or iwo made, practically all of Sil-
the restaurant and 'with merry friends
you chatter and feast in festive revel
cigarette ever made.
Out for Tonight's Bayes Fiqht
rerton's tries came from nnder the
: When Salem got the ball, al
though in the middle of the floor,
SUverton was upon her. Many
times shots that should have been
clear for Salem were muffed by
the close checking. The result of
this checking was that Salem tried
long shots. Only one was made in
the entire second half.
Following is the lineup:
. .hp. .
IjF . .
. . RG . .
. . . . Werle
. . Kendall
. . . Benson
Ross . . ...... LG . .
terson and Gill.
Referee: Scott of Salem
MALTESE CAT HOME
AFTER LONG JOURNEY
(Coutiaaad from pas .)
I his old name of Buster when I'
spoke to him.
"The neighbor mentioned, Mrs.
M. J. Melchoir, now living at 2155
South Church street, but who for
merly lived at 655 North Six
teenth, said that Buster came to
the house where he was born,
early last spring, about a year ago.
"Therefore, he must have t-een
the better part of two years in
making the trip from the ranch
here, to Salem. This is all the
more remarkable when it is known
that we are 11 miles from the
nearest town, in an almost inac
cessible region, and that, in order
to reach the highway, the cat
.vould be compelled to cross sev
eral streams, as welt as a densely
timbered section of the country.
'lie was naturally of a wild dis
position and could not be handled
-y any one, with the exception of
Mrs. Sefton and myself. Mrs. Mel
choir soys that it was a couple of
weSs before they could get close
enough to him to put hands on
"Bull is still .on the ranch and
we hope at a later date to bring
"Yoncalla is 114 miles south of
Salem, so the cat traveled alto
gether 125 miles in order to make
his way back to his old home."
Mr. Sefton, who has himself
lived in Salem for many years,
concludes his letter with the ob
servation that any one doubting
this story may see the cr.t nt .''r.-
TOPKU IS HEAD
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Feb. 2.
(AP) Harry Cooper, Kansas City
professional shot into the lead in
the south central open golf tourna
ment here today, scoring a 33-34
for a 67 and a new course record
that gave him a total of 138 for
the day in the 72 hole medal play.
North Umpqua rOad completed
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Mrs. C. H. Brewer Honored
by Two Parties: Given by
STAYTON. Feb. C The anni
versary of Mrs. C.1 If. Brewer's
birthday was the inspiration for
two very enjoyable parties last
week. The first came In the na
ture of a surprise sponsored by
the members of the Eastern Star"
club, of which Mrs. Brewer is a
member. The afternoon of
amusement kept th group well
entertained up to the hour of de
parture. Those making up the
group were: Mrs. "W. W. Elder.
Mrs. "W. H. Bobson, Mrs. J. R.
Gardner, Mrs. Q. E. Gardner, Mrs.
J. W. Mayo, Mrs. JJ C. Mayo, Mrs.
J. H. Missler, Mrs. A. Smith, Mrs.
C. P. Burmester, Airs. H. Hum
phreys, Mrs. Edna' Slopes, Mrs.
Emma Sloper, Mrs. Mary Allen,
Mrs. C. H. Brewer.
The second took the form of a
dinner party which was given at
the pretty country: home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Brewer near
Aumsville when they entertained
in a delightful way for her pleas
ure. Those seated around the
prettily appointed table were: Dr.
and Mrs. C. H. Brewer, Mrs J Allle
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