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THE OREGON STATESMAN,. SAUftJ, OnEQOM :
ms-m t-TOVnDAY MORNING, tAHCH-25; 1&G
I FASCISTS. Wlfl . VICTORY.
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H ATTKOTTl'S 1 SLAYERS ' -ARK
' VIRTU A1X.Y ACQUITTED
CIIIETA. Italy, March 24. (By
Associated Press.) The fascist
regime, championed, by Roberto
Farinaccl, secretary of the fascist
party, won a crashing yictory to
alght over Us opponents when Ave
mep accused of having kidnapped
and -, slain :Premler Mussolini's
arch-enemy, the socialist deputy ,
Giacomo Matteottl, virtually es
caped punishment at the end of
the trial before a Jury in the court!
01 assises. ,
The' Jury acquitted two of the
meo.'Mal&crla-and Viola,' outright,
while the confessed ringleader,
Amerlga Dumlni, and Albino Yolpl
and Ameleto Poveromo. were sen
tenced -to imprisonment - for fire
years,' llf months' and 20 dayt
each. - The -sentences will be re
duced as to actual f nrtheri jail ser
vice to: less , than three i months,
since Judge -Dana deducted from
the sentence four years on account
of the. king's .amnesty last year
and .the . period already v served
Eiace - the .men .were . arrested In
1924." l i i ' f i : . J
Dumlni, -Volpl and Poveromo,
the jary found, had' "committed
homicide, but unintentionally : for
cause, with "relative complicity
and with extenuated .circumstan
ces.: 5 ; U4.
TWO JAILED AFTER RAID
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f LATE FIGHT? KEWS 0
- SAN FRANCISCO-, March 24ir
fAP.)---Fred Hoppe.r San Fran
cisco welterweight, won I on a
technical knockout ; over Johnny
Sacco, Kansas City, fin the fourth
round of , a scheduled "10-round
main event of a boxing card at
national hall here tonight. Hoppe
led' all: the tray and : after Sacco
went down In th.., fourth 'round
the referee stopped the tight.
EVERETT. Wash., March 24.
(AP.) Tim Callahan, St. Paul
140-pounder, won teehnl I
knockout over.Muu, Brcnson A
Portlaiia in the second r -und of a
scheduled ' six .round . inaln event
of a smoker here tonight. : :,
STRIBLING TO FIGHT
BATTLER TO MEET 6 LATTERY
IX MATCH TOX1GHT
NEW YORK. Marchl2;4.--(By
Associated Press.) -Young Strip
ling, Georgia's light heavyweight
challenger, and Jimmy' Slattery of
Buffalo, N. Y meet :f or the second
time tomorrow night In a 10-round
match at Madison Square Garden.
Slattery ; is expected to have a
slight weight advantage, but Strib-
ling rules a favorite as a result ot
tne uunaio Doy s anocaoui ae-
feats last year at the hands of
Dave Shade and Paul Berlenbach.
"LYNN HELD FOR
JIARIOX GRAND. JURY
ST AyTON; Oregon,' March 24.
Ernest Lynn,' arrtsted with
Lloyd ; Hendricks, on a charge' of
possession . of a still, : was bound
orertto jtwait action t by the Mar
ionrL county grand Jury whes he
appeared in court here today." and
was taken. to fialem ,w here he is
being held In the county JalL !
. Hendricks will be given a heat
ing on the same charge on Friday,
and" Is now held ; in the city jail
1 f: PORTLANTi TEAM WINS
, w v' -: r i .
EW YORK... Mareh 24. (AP
A last period rally,, that netted
them three - goals . gave the Portland-
Rosebuds hockey f team a
four to. two victory overfthe New
York Americans here tonight and
the "lion's share" of the $20,000
purse for which they played their
? three game Inter-sectional series,
-The Buds . got . 6 0 "per cent and
the losers 40 " per cent of the
! YAmeri ca M
Mail :10c 4br'cop of :
T. .Qh Henry! recipe :
tbook shewing SIXTY :
ZTZ new-recfpe Write -S
- Wfflltnoa Pn3V'CbJ
. .? f. . . Chicago. IB. Vv I
; ; and ' '
yv " BERT LYTELL
IVrtilAM fOJC rsj
yoTE-fake a date with your-iU-ir
or next Fridayrs Vande
y I ! lr, Absol ptely , tle best yet.
Pitcher&Tdlie Their Own Poison
i'..;it i5 ? r vv ' if. , ,:m o 'j i i ii ' '
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BALL CLUBS ADMITTED
; Uixrte . Wjlbert Bobinsoir wsnta his pitchers to hit " So. in the ..
Dodger training camp they taie tbeir turn a hat. Jesse Petty, who
proved a bust after being brought up from the American Association
last season. Is seen trying to lean on one. 'Otto Miller is behind the
- .Now no one of brains sees the
Bat many do appreciate that the
game has been reduced to an or
derly.; well conducted affalr--per-haps
at the expense of a bit- o
the old spirit.' - . ; i: i
.And I'm - wondering . how, far
Cese business alliances will go to- -
ward further -Tfnclng thf "fight."
'Can .these tuslness auJ social
friends put their friendship ni
mutual 'nterests away for a couple
ot iiours a day and enter Into a
cold-blooded battle to better their
ba'seball. reputations at ' the "ex
pense of these' partners?' '' "
, There is f--f for thought .he"
Cprrifht. 1 .'. Central Prn '
iH4jiimtiinmHmM'Mif?Mii I.-y 11 ITEDi" STATES' u i nm it u iti u
i AT:TOE,7THEATfiES'-,M'""-"-'i,-"'i'"""'"is criticized
; Ifeiligr "The Gilded ButterHyr
with, Alma Unbens and Bert Ly
teil. .-;rf ? ' f
WALTER HAGEN : WINS
Business Taking the "Fight". Out - "
:'t -of Baseball, Fostering Menace
ST PETERSBURG, Fla..
March 2 4? - ( By Associated Press. )
Walter Hagen ' won the Florida
ooen golf championship here to
day over - his home course, the
Pasada country club with a score
of 70, 73, 69, 71 283. Bobby
Jones of Atlanta, national ama
teur champion, came second, two
strokes behind Hagen, with rounds
of 75. 69. 71. .'70-285.
BEND. Ore- March. 24. -(AP.)
Bend . : and Condon baseball
teams have been admitted to the
mid-Columbia league, according
to word received in Band today.
The two newly admitted clubs
will open the. season with a game
against, each other. In Bend,, May
Other clubs' in the league are
The Dalles. White 'Salmon Gold
endale, Wasco. Hood' River and
Dufur. - :, -
ONLY i METHOD 1ST CLERGY
GET CONFISCATED BIRDS
WHARTON. Texas, March 24.
-(By Associated Press,) -It .now
appears that only - Methodist
preachers in Wharton are to get
the chickens found running at
large here in violation of a city
ordinance which ' demands tha't
chickens be penned.
lt-: was' explained here-, today
that Charles E. Poe, a member of
the First Baptist church who first
gave the story to the world. In
advertently omitted to .name the
denomination, thus making it ap
pear that all preachers here had
equal rights in any - confiscated
chickens.."; .vj- '.;..: ':
It appears. Rev. R. .B. Carter,
pastor of the First Methodist
church.- Is; an amateur gardener.
Vagrant chickens divested It. He
went to: Editor hannohvaWAto
a, candidate foit-TnayoT, ana. iota
him b cootd'ot-sppwi'-ftim'e'i
cept on a chicaen-tlgnt!.- fence
platform. 'r t -jttt I - -r
He was invited to wrfte an oral-
nance which he did and embraced
In the mandate that, all chickens
found outside of pens after the
ordinance went into effect should
become- the property of -ftlethodlst
preachers. It-was-passed as wrlt-
MARSHALL FOUND GUILTY
CHIROPRACTOR VXCE&. t t td
v, t 20 YEAR SEXTEXCTB
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i PHILADELPHIA, March 24.
By Associated 'Press. avid Li
Marshill, convicted today -of sec
ond degree murder for the7 killing
of Anna May Dietrich, faces a sen
tence of 10. to 24 years.. If he is
not granted a new trial.. , The. un
registered chiropractor, who . ad
mitted dismembering the. woman's
body after she died in . his of flcei
heard the jury verdict-with little
Outward emotion. ;
r - On 'the -witness stand he- had
said Miss Dietrich whowas, Jibi
patient, died 'from. selft ad mlnlaterj
ed pojsen and . rather , thahthave
the notorlety pfherj dyingln his
of rice, he dsmenibered ;jthV body
audi distributed the parts 4nr woods
In :the:buburbS. 1jJ ir 'Kp'-Z
r The - common wealth,. i "1-iCjweverJ
siubmKted a con foiwlbn . In. WHf h
he said; he chokebr;d;eath fij
a quarrel? beckuse She threatebed
to expose thelf "VeTatlons to his
wife.;; 3 A t:;- v;. oiH-AAvt
" The jury reached Its verdict in
less thap, five hours, tut,a .U.ha.4
been" locked up for.the,,nlghtit
could nofteake its decision known
until court opened "today.
There; are 'people, who don't .like
good lkeratufre,f but ' that, --ot
course;- Is nothing ' against ;'g6od
literature. " ' ? i
By NOR M AN "'L. BROWN ' ;
- Ceatraj Ttfiu ftirtt Editor. ' . ''
ST. PETERSBVRG. Fla... March
16. Whiles-major league: manag
ers and'tneir aides are. laboring
at 10 camps -in this state and at
other points in1 the sunny climes
of the U. S. with the usual prob
lems confronting them. I am won
dering. if they are aware of a new
problem,- now in the . making,
which will have to be met' some
way. in the future, present condi
tions indicate. "
This- is -the problem of keeping
alive the earnest competitive spirit
in' the sport.
Baseball seems fated to meet
some crises ever so often.
Back in the early days, just aft
er the game had assumed nationwide-
stability and popularity
came' the first big scandal, which
threatened for' a time to disrupt
men in the big show are either col
lege men; or men whoi have had ex
perience in Some angle of .business
before reaching the top.'; It has
been natural then that many 'of
these players should findv them
selves becoming Interested fvlth
other players in business ventures.
I know of several such players
.Who are' either employed by or In
business with the owners of their
clubs.' , : "' '
Quite obviously their business
Interests make them 'close associ
ates In the off months. Now it so
happens that frequent tradings
and sales of recent seasons and off
seasons, have separated many of
these business partners and com
bines. They meet as members of
rival clubs. -.1
, For several years the older
players have been decrying the
lack of "fighting spirit" shown
the sport. The banishment pub- by the younger generation of ball
licly Of the men involved was the
only thing that saved the sport.
I wouldn't list the formation of
the American. League, back in
1901 as such as crisis. That was
a natural event in the develop
ment ot the sport.
Then along came the Federal
League wr a group of powerful
interests outside the game, boring
deliberately to sink the baseball
ship as formed.
The game weathered that
storm, only J because ' the major
leagues compromised. -
Then came the world'a series
scandal of 1919 which ended In
the banishment of. the black Sox.
Now comes this new menace.- It
is not et-kind similar to- any of
those "named. It is an Innocent
condition in 'which players and
club - owners and managers and"i i
brother 'players are involved. :
This new . menace might be
labelled "private business." '
, It Is .coming to a head after be
ing in the irritating state for three
or four years. ; -
It is- generally agreed that the
type of major league 'player has
changed of late years. Most of the
players. They point to the days
of Pat Tebeau, the days ot the old
Orioles, and . that now glamorous
period In baseball when it was war.
to the blood and beyond - when
teams met. Arguments started on
the field ended behind the club
house if the umpire Intervened.-:!'
VL'J A r.i ft Mf!T;1
JOE STECHER WINS
CLEVELAND; Maid- 2
(AP.) Joe Stecher won fn
Renato Gardini two out t thre
falls here tonight in a Witling
match advertised as for, the i. ?uvy
- DOCTORS TO MEET
PORTLAND, Ore., March 24.
(AP.) Two hundred physicians
of the state are expected to gath
er here on March 3 1 for the an
nual conference of the city and
county health officers and the an
nual convention of the state medi
cal society. The meetings will
continue for three days.'
isllgh'Va'nihn - Orchestra and
3 ale Sedgwl. 1 In "Daring Days."
EAfTSHCCKS AREf ELT
MOXTTAXA 111 rORTS NO DAM
AGE FROM SLIGHT QUAKES
her ' intention of collecting from
her -continental allies only suffic
ient sums to pay her indebtedness
to America, ! ."-.-" vS-
Mr. Chunchill described ile un
dertaking to pay 100,000 sterling
daily" for more than three genera
tions of the nation as onr ,f the
most stupendous - tasks ' rtd bur-
dens "eVer assumed by any conn-,
fr'y kf h'eroie' Worid !hlsVory
The chancellor declared that an
extIaofiinary,ke8slon which wouUi!
nob paisfott ..t the minds of any;!
responsible persons either In the ''
United States or Europe would en- ,
suo when most of Germany's -r
reparatlww were "drawn from
the -devastated and var stricken j
cot, ries of Europe in an unbrok
en 1 stream "across the Atlantic to
that wsa:;hy, prosp-aous and great
fIIELENAi-Mont., March 24.
(fey Associated Press). Two
slight rbut "distinct, earthquake
shocks, f lasting' rveralv seconds
each, weffelt b-we late today.
Although-;iey -were quite pro
nounced l-i Kc-iwood, a suburb,
no damarr. was reported.
' BOIsr Ida.;., .".'trch 24v. (By
Ant-. :late& Pro!-John j". Blake
foriaor law i .."rer of United
Stat. - Senator v illar" E. Borah,
died P." e- today iVhowine an oper
ation tr in tesz'.ru. troui. e. Mr.
Blake ame .ii-... In .1 '? I from
Vermoi. t . Da ? !' c u'n t . Wiscon
sin. ' irz Tv-lt - "l " pro
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