TyfT 'irrrft''tri t r itf''lrTyTryTTywTl?ri THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON f ' xt r SATURDAY MORNING.' JUNE 2, 1928' SCIiDOL PUPILS 1 firnnr nmit S BMP One Boy and One Girl Will Attend Sesqui Centen t nia!' Exposition At The Theatres glsdoorei John Barrymore and Dolores Costello in "The Sea Beast," from "the" "story "Moby Dicks," byl'erman Melville. Oregon with star cast. 'Flaming Waters," BLigh -Five acts vaudeville and plctnres. One. toy and one girl from all f Df thfe high schools in Oregon will be Selected this moraine at 10 o"ivck to attend the sesquicenten n4a? exposition at Philadelphia daring the NEA convention. The selection of the two will be made by members of the executive com mittee of the Oregon State Teach ers association.' or their proxies. Selections will be made on the of fers of George Hug, city superin tendent of schools. It may be that an understand ing will be reached whereby members of the committee who y& are connected with schools having Z applicants for the trip will not 4jfjBerve. In this case men will, be -7 appointed to judge in their places. f Ten boyB and ten girls will be . considered by the committee this xnorning. These twenty have been ' ; simmered down from all the ap- plications In the state by a com 1 zaittee of seven members of the - t .senior class of Salem high scho1. : Although the names - of the ' twenty to be picked from here not announced, it is known that in the original -applications Salem high had three entries. A notable Tact is that the' three are the ' I members of the debate team that I met Salem, Masa.,-in" this city. The natoe of i Edith SUrrett was . placed in fwith; the group of jrirls, -i and the names of Winston "Wil- ' I, liams and Harold Tomllnson with the boys.- ' ' ;v ) Several sorts of appeals ware used in explaining why the vari- out entries should be. considered. 1 There are " those who have achieved all around distinction in scholastic and athletic' activities. those who' have achieved dlstlric- . tlon in the one or the other. A 1 , -brilliant swimming . record is the basis of the claim of one appli , cant, while graduating from V school at the age of 13 years is "another. One boy presents a per Benner of Salem and has lived here for four years. He previously was a resident of Lebanon. He at tributes his success to the efforts of Elizabeth Hogg, under whom he received his instruction. Presentation of the typewriter was made by L. C Post, represent ing the typewriter corporation. DECEPTION CASE IS ED 1 C0BTS i feet- atendance- record; and a' girl the act of rescuing a child from drowning. The boy and girl selected this morning, accompanied by a-teach er to be named by the OregonJ State Teachers' association, will make the trip to Philadelphia at the time of the National Educa tion association convention, which Btarts June 28 and continues for a week. While on the, trip the party will visit WashinctonJ). C. anMother points "of interest in the east. YOUTH IS H i IED ISM (WEST Moody Benner Gets Type- wruer as Kesuit or Accu racy Competition of international Sports bvent ' r-r.sr Buchanan Grilled; Indiges tion or Disappointment O J til j I in. oaia vYorrymg.nim PORTl-AND, June 11 (By As-. sociated Press)) Charles E. Bu chanan occupied the stand all day , under gruelling direct and cross examination in today's session of the "fake" stOTk case being heard in circuit court here. As court adjourned opposing counsel was engaged in a wran gle over whether Buchanan's spells of sickness to which he said he had been suject were caused y 'indigestion of by his discovery that' his wife had de ceived him as to the parentage of a baby boy." Buchanan is suing Dr. William O. Spencer and Mrs. Alta B. Y. Spalding, proprietor of the women's hospital, for $25,- 000 damages on the ground that they conspired with bis wife in palming off on him a baby boy of which he was not the father. The defense counsel believed it scored a substantial point today when the court ruled that Bu chanan's hope' to recover damages would depend upon his ability to prove that the defendants had conspired 'wilfully, wantonly and maliciously to deceive "and dam age him.1 The ruling -was made when defense attorneys objected to Buchanan '- giving testimony concerning 'mental suffering, which they argued could have no bearing on an action for fraud and deceit. - . Direct examination of Buchan an ended suddenly this morning after he testified, with a display of emotion, that his wife's hoax had killed all his love and affec tion 'for JierT" " ' """" WOULD BAR TRIAL JUDGE AFFIDAVITS FILED IV JACK DEMPSEY SPEEDING CASE sjs , i. ' i 1 '-Y- ' Ji " X '"J " ' ' V- T I RUSSIA IS fiffl) FOR SENDING MONEY Great Britain Resents Dis bursements From Soviet to EnglishrWorkers ROAD AID BILL PASSES i WASHINGTON, June 11- (By( Associated Press) The senate late today passed the $165,000,- 000 federal aid road bill already approved by the house. The bill, slightly amended by the senate continues federal aid to states for road building until July 1, 1929, at the present rate of J75.000.000 annually for the general construction and $7,500,- 000 annually for roads in the-national . forests and parks. Moody Benner, member of this years graduating class of the Sa lem high school, yesterday re ceived from the Remington Type writer company a 1926 model typewriter in recognition of .hi ability as a typist. Moody, who is II. years of age, was one of two persons in the state who met the requirements o ftbe typewriter t company in their annual accuracy , contests. In orde to enter tbi contest it ; was necessary for participants to - have previously won a gold medal ; which required the writing of 55 words per" mlnut for 15 minutes. '- In $ the contest just closed it was necessary for the participants to I write not lees than 60 words per I minute for 15 minutes without an error. Young Moody wrote an av ( erage of 65 words per minute. I The youth is a son of Joseph FRESNO, Cal.. June 11. (By Associated Press.) Affidavits de signed to prevent Justice L. E Bailey of Maderla, Cal., from pre siding over the trial of Jack Dempsey, heavyweight champion of the world, on a charge of speed ing will be filed tomorrow morn ing according to statements by Joseph Barcroft of the firm of Barcroft & Barcroft, Madeira at torneys for Dempsey." These af- naavits win De based upon cer tain statements alleged to have been made by Justice Bailey when he sentenced Robert Gates, Demp- sey's chauffeur to pay a fine of $50 after the latter had been guilty by a jury on May 25. Justice Bailey is reported to have said to Gates that he did not consider the chauffeur the 'gu'ilt lest" IT'' '' WELCOME IS UJNFRIENDL.Y NEW YORK. June 11. (By As sociated Press)-President Borno of Haiti, arriving today as the first chief executive of that coun try to visit the United States not only failed to receive from the harbor forts the 21 gun salute to which he is entitled, but met with a distinctly unfriendly demonstra tion from some of his countrymen resident here. i ' "ir aST? if "fa-,r '4 Crntrml Press Phota Lydia Hutchinson, Blackfoot, Ida., famous as "Whistlin Iyd" in .the dog team endurance races staged annually at Ashton, Ida., has been chosen to be an official of the contest this year. She is the first wo man to be a judge of an international sporting event. Measuring Post to Admit Children Into Longchamp PARIS. Officials at the Long- champ race track hereafter will admit children according to size, not age. . At the entrance to the paddock Is a; post upon which two marks are painted, one being thirty-nine Inches from the ground, the other fifty-eight inches. Arriving with their parents, each child is gauged by these marks. Those under thirty-nine inches enter free; those standing between the two marks will be entitled to half admission fee, and big boys and girls other wise will pay the full price. Brisk Bidding for New Quota of Irish Settlers COBII, Irish Free State (As sociated Press) Rival transat lantic lines are making a hard fight for the Irish emigrants who will sail for North America during the year beginning July 1. Twenty-six thousand citizens of the Irish Free State will be per mitted to enter the United States during the fiscal year, and agents of the various steamship lines are traveling. throughout 'Ireland booking up passengers. LONDON. June 11. (By A P.) A strong note pretesting against tho sending of money by the Rus sian soviet government to assist tho workers during the recent gen eral strike in Great Britain was dispatched to Moscow by.tbe Brit ish government last night. It transmitted to Sir Robert -Hodg son, British representative at Mos cow for presentation to the soviet government. No official, text of the document is yet available, and only its general tenor is known. The communication, according n urinftfifljil vprsinns. RPt forth that the British authorities have definite proof that part of the money offered from Moscow to the trades union congress was donated by the soviet government itself. This money, the note adds, was sent In violation of the Anglo- Russian trade agreement, and' the belief is held that it was intended to foster a movement to- bring tbout a change of government in Great Britain. As usual in all matters concern ing Russia, "strong feelings have been aroused varying according to the political views' of those con cerned. The government admits that it never consulted with the Russian representatives in London on the subject of the contribu tions, and the Xussian embassy here denies that its government sent money to support the gentral strike. a musical' comedy company that was brought here from New-York, Commissioner of Immigration Ker- nandex has instructed Inspectors to strictly enforce the decree reg ulating the landing of foreign actors and actresses. The decree provides that a bond must be furnished the department for the protection of the artist, :ind, in the case of women artists, legal permission of their hus bands. . If they are under age and single, legal - permission of their' parents or guardians is .-required. Single actresses, 2lyears of age or over, do not ' have to furnish permission to land. Smalf Motor Car Seen " as Relief in Traffic DETROIT -A small Movies Without Sub-Titles Is Aim of German Director BERLIN. Frederick Murnau, the German motion picture direc tor. ; who goes: to America this month' to join the Fox Film staff. believes the most significant de vclopment in the movies is the making of photoplays without the necessity of suo-titles. We should tell the story in pic tures," he said, "so that everybody understands it." Asked if artisticdircction could be made profitable, he replied: "In the long run, artistic direc tion alone will be profitable, be cause only the artistic picture will be of lasting value and leave last ing impressions." Films Depicting Duels , Give Impetus to Fencing HOLLYWOOD, Cal. AP. ) At least one Hollywood resident wel comes the production ofjfeach mo tion picture of thek days when ladies ' Were always fair, and the gallants willing to match sword points forthejrhonor, were many. It's not that Emile, Hollywood's fencing instructor,' Is 'romantical ly inclined. But every picture featuring the days of duels and romance is followed by a revival of the ancient sport of fencing, says the foil "master. Among his pupils Douglas ; Fairbanks, Conrad NageL Lew, Cody, Wallace Beery, ,R6y" D'Arcy, Jack Mulhall and many others ofthe. films. Douglas Fairbanks' "Three Mus keteers'? brought fencing in Amer ica out of Jts.dedine in 1917, de clares EraUc, ; while other pictures have kent4t alive-since' tbat time. (Associated Press) motorcar", to include American production methods and i the Individuality of European de sign, which largely solve the prob lem of fuel waste and traffic con gestion, is expected as the next major step n the automotive in dustry. : While American manufacturers have been perfecting their auto mobiles along production lines. some of their engineers have been in Europe, studying improvements in small-carj design rom the point of minimum material, fuel econ- NEW BOOKS AT PUBLIC LIBRARY Husband's Approval Needed for Actors Going to Cuba HAVANA. As a result of the stranding of about 70 members of I 1 - "Thef Splendid Summits," by Charles-" Alexander. "The Shadow of Silver Tip," by G. O. Baxter. "Gentlemen Prefer Blonds," by Anita Loos. "Your Hidden Powers," by Jas. Oppenhsim. 'Catherine, the threat," by K. S. Anthony. "Joan of Arc, Maid of France,"' A. B. Paine. For-; the. Children "Four in Camp." by R. H. Bar bour. "The Half-back,"" by R. H. Bar hour. 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