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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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WiMWM Si. Johns Bears Face Senators Here Todwm
GAME 60S 1IFE
Bud Greene. Declared Ineli
gible, Unaer New Player
Team Won Lost Pet.
Grotto ........... 7 f .778
. Bank 2 .750
Tapr Co 5 4 .556
K Of C 4 4 .500
Legion 2 5 .186
Valley Motor 1 8 .111
The baseball game Friday be
tween the Knights of Columbus
and Grotto teams, which was won!
by the KC team, has been de
clared forfeited because of ineligl
bility of one of the players. Bud
Greene, who cerered first base for
the KC aggregation, was the in
Greene was ineligible under the
recent ruling that no new players
can be used except under extreme
necessity, and then only after their
names have been passed on by
the board of arbitration. Greene
had not played with the KC team
before, and his name had not been
The game - was played under
protest, and the Knights of Co
lumbus team was warned of the
ruling beforehand, but the man
ager said the team was snort a
man and would play the game
anyway with Greene In the lineup,
1 earing It to the directors to de
cide whether the game would
stand as played.
The reason for the new ruling
is. that if teams were allowed to
take on new players so late in the
season, and with the champion
ship series at hand, all the clubs
in the leagues would be signing all
the "ringers" in sight, upsetting
the whole schedule. It is consid
ered by the board of arbitration
that since the teams have had all
season to sign 1 5 players, they
should be able to put nine men on
the field at this time.
The schedule for the postponed
games has been revised again
The latest schedule is as follows
July 19 Legion ts. Bank.
July 21 Bank vs. KC.
July 23 Legion vs.' Grotto.
July 26 Valley Motor vs. Ore
gon Pulp and Paper.
- July 27 Legion vs. KC.
July 20 Guard vs. PO.
July 28 Guard vs. Eagles.
GAME WILL START
Salem's Chance for Champ
ionship I urns on Outcome
of Albany Contest
When the St. Johns Bears meet
the Senators at Oxford park this
afternoon at 3 o'clock they will
present a lineup that is much im
proved since, their last Appear
ance here. When the two weak
est teams dropped out of the Cir
cuit the Bears signed several of
tf-em. who will appear in tiie line-
np today. i
The Salem club is still j in the
running for the championship and
therefore is set to win thi$ after
noon's struggle. If Albany and
Salem can both beat the j league
leading Cycols, the local team will
have an excellent chance of land-
i g on top of the heap at the last
of the season.
The team here showed great Im
provement over ilf. previous form
hen it snowed the Albany team
under in an 18 to 0 contest last
'unday. All the players hit the
ball hard and often, fielded well,
and the team looked like ai caiun-
I onship club.
The Oycols will ,neet Albany at
Albany in the other league game
Ilia afternoon, with the i&raders
n tne long end of the bettiie.
If the Albany club ran come to
l.'fe and put over a win. Salem's
chances for the
pennant will go
At Shipley's the ladies of Salem
have satisfied themselves that they
can get the finest spring and sum
mer frocks, coats and dresses ever
shown in this city. ()
BOSTON REDS TAKE
TWO FROM CHICAGO
White Sox Lose Two Hard
Games; Now YorkGiahts
Win From St. Louis
Boston 8-4; Chicago 2-3
BOSTON. July 17. f By; Asso
ciated Press.) The Boston Red
Sox took both of their games today
from Chicago, taking the first
to 2 and then downing the White
Sox 4 to 3 in the second.
First game R. H. E
Chicago 2 i 7
Boston 3 ; 9
Blankenship and Crouse: liar
ris and Craston, Stokes.
Second game R. II. E
Chicago 3 9 :
Boston 4 10
Lyons and Schalk; Wjngfield
Ruffing and Stokes.
Xew York 3; St. I,ouU 2
NEW YORK, July 17j The
Yanks took the opener of a series
with the Browns today by 3 to 2.
Penner topped Wingafd in a pitch
Score R. H. E
St. Louis 2 6 2
New York 3 G 2
Wingard and Schang; Penner
Detroit 4; Athletics 2
PHILADELPHIA, July 17.
Timely hitting and tight pitching
gave Detroit a victory over the
Philadelphia Athletics today 4
Score R. h. E.
Detroit 4 8 0
Philadelphia 2 6 1
Wells and Man ion; Groves,
Pate and Cochrane. Perkins.
Senators 5; Cleveland 3
Teams Fight Hard for Game
Pittsburgh Pirates Lose
to Bostonians ;
Picture time is here. Tor yeur
films and kodaks and kodak sup-1
ulies see Nelson & Hunt, Drug
gists, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Telephone 7. ' ()
Luncheon of Paris Zoo
Like Old Roman Banquet
pARlSy (AP) Lacunas' fa
mous Roman banquets supplied
vth rarities from every corner of
the empire, had nothing on the
annual luncheon of the Paris Zoo.
Every year the Jardin d'Accli-
matation sends out invitations for
a feast of exotic dishes with the
scientific aim of trying to extend
the range of French cooking.
. Walrus steak, shark's fins, ele
phant joints, and hippopotamus
chine have been only a few of the
extraordinary dishes at these
luncheons. This year's menu
started off with Indo-Chinese sea-
urchins and Annamite pancakes of I
beans flavored with bits of chick
e nand crab.
Brooklyn S; Red 4
CINCINNATI. July 17. r (By
Associated Press.) Brooklyn won
a tight game frbm Cincinnati 5 to
4. vvajKer maae a home run with
one on base.
Score R.j H.
Brooklyn 5 9
Cincinnati 4; S
Barnes, McGraw, McWeeney and
O Neil; Rlxey, May, Lucas, Har-
g'ave and Picinich.
The Midget Meat Market never
fails to give you the finest meats
and fish.. There Is but one place
In Salem to get the finest fish. The
Midget Market has it for yon. ( )
HOME FOR BURNS PAPERS
LONDON.-MAP) The Burns'
manuscripts presented to the
Scottish' people in 1914 by John
Grilbell, of Philadelphia, have
found' a permanent resting place
In the Scottish National Library
Boston O; Pirates 7
PITTSBURGH, July 17J Bos
ton came from behind to win
r ee hitting contest from
burgh today, 9 to 7.
Goldsmith, Mogridge and Tay
lor; AluriJge, Kremer and South.
St.. Louis 13: Pfcillie? 5
ST. LOCUS, July 17. Philadel
phia lost to St. Louis 13 to 5 today
in the opening game of the' series.
Score - R.j H. E.
Philadelphia 5,8 2
St. Louis 13 lis 0
Ulrich, Bentley and Henliae:
Rhem, Pierce and O'Farrell, War
New York 8; Chicago 3
CHICAGO, July, 17. A ninth
inning batting rally enabled the
Giants, to defeat Chicago to 3
ir. the first game of the sesries.
Score R. H. E.
New York 8il2 0
Chicago 3 j 13 3
Barnes, Greenfield and Flor
ence; make, Osborue and: Hart
WASHINGTON, July 17.
Washington made the series count
one and one by taking today's
game from Cleveland 5 to 3.
Score r. n. E.
Cleveland 3 10 2
Washington 5 10 1
Uhle and Sewell; Ruether and
cross Meat Market. Biggest,
Dustest and best in Salem. Choic
est steaks, bacon, hams, sausage.
lara. eggs. milk. Absolutely sani
tary. 370 state St. ()
PASTOR KILLS MAN
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Pacific Coast League
Portland 6; Missions 1.
Oakland 3; Los Angeles 2.
Sacramento 6; Seattle 5.
Hollywood 2; San Francisco 1
Brooklyn 5; Cincinnati 4.
Boston 9; Pittsburgh 1
St. Louis 13;
New York 8;
Boston 3-4; Chicago 2-3.
New York 3; St. Louis 2.
Detroit 4; Philadelphia 2.
Washington 5; Cleveland 3.
Chipps replied. "I am! shooting
straight on this, and if ; you talk
about them I'm going to kill
" 'I don't want any more trou
ble out of you , Norris. said, ac
cording to Nutt. Mr. Norris took
him to the door. Chipps said to
him. " 'I repeat everything I have
said'," Nutt related, j "Norris
turned and started back to his
office and Chipps started to him
saying, 'All right, let's go to.
Chipps made a move in (he direc
tion of Norris. I don't know what
Mr. Norris did for I was iwatching
Chipps. First I knew of the
shooting was when the shots were
IN CHURCH OFFICE last year
NEW YORK. July 17.-t-(By As
sociated Press.) The j Rev. J
Frank Norris, Baptist j minister
who shot and killed D. E. Chipps
in his Fort Worth church today
has on several occasions! conduct
ed fundamental revivals! here in
partnership with the Rjev. John
Roach Stratton, pastor of Calvary
baptist church. At one time l
Norris predicted "the destruction
sinful New York in one hour
His last appearance hete wa.i in
August, 1925, when he held a
series or tent meeting's. I
Dr. Norris attracted attention
when the Baptist convention was
eld in Washington when he at
tacked the Young Men's Christian
association for opposing "blue
laws!' and "teaching tile youne
men in -army camps during the
World war to smoke."
He was one of the most mili
tant fundamentalists at the trial
of John T. Scopes for Violation of
the Tennossee anti-evolution law
(Continued from pag 1.)
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the pastor's life if he again men
uonea jueacnam's name in his
sermons or weekly. Norris then
obtained the nieht watchman'
pistol from a desk drawer and
snoc tjnipps, he said, in a state
ment to the district attorney.
cnipps was unarmed, City De
tective Bush said, after searching
the dying man and the office in.
which he had been shot.
JNorris nrst attracted state wide
attention when the church of
which he was paHtor burned in
aiarcn, ian, under mysterious
circumstances which led to his
trial on a charge of arson.; After
a trial in which many startling
climaxes developed, including tes
timony of a government meteor
ologist regarding the position of
the moon at the time of the blaxe.
Noma was acquitted.
Norris congregation, which has
followed him through the uns
ana downs of his career, his been
increasing each year. It was only
a rew days ago that he announced
opening of a radio membership
lor all unable to attend bis serv
ices in person. Norris is also edi
tor and publisher of the Search
light, financed partly by sale of
stock and claiming a large circu
in recent years, Norris has
turned his bludgeons against the
alleged teaching of evolution in
uupiisc scqoois and has been at
odds with the remainder of the
Baptist churches of the state for
some time. At the state confer
ence at Minerva Wells last Decem
ber, his delegates were not seated.
In 1923 Norris invited a large
body of well known fundamental
vi several creeas nere for &
congress, at which time It' was re
ported that he intended forming
a new church. For some reason
no church was formed and the
delegates returned to their homes.
Norris said that the sermon
that Chipps objected to referred
to Mayor Meacham and ! L. B
Hahghey, manager of Meacham's
department store. j
Norris said he " asked " Chipps
what Interest he had ia the mat
ter and that Chipps replied: "A
whole lot." i
By the time Norris .had "finished
ms statement the office f the
district - attorney w a s almost
crowded. Many volunteered to
sign the bond when Norris was
taken before a Justice of the
peace. ;, - ... !
Nutt said that when Chipps ap
proached Torris said: "I have
something to say, to you and I
mean It. IT yo -make another
statement about my friends I am
going to kill you. ; i , ;
, "Who are your, friends? Nntt
quoted .Norris as asking. :! '
v "Mescham, Austin and Roach '"
In 1912 Dr. Norri3 was indicted
for perjury and arson iri connec
tion with the burning of his
QUAKE IS FELt
WASHINGTON, July 17
- A "very pronounced!
quake beginning at 10:25
today and continuing until
p. m. was recorded on the George
town university seismograph. It
reached its maximum at 10:56
and was estimated by 1 Director
Tondorf at 5,000 miles from
BEAVER HOMER WINS
Bagwell, Pinch Hitter, Gets
Homer in Eighth With
the Bases Full
Beavers 6; Missions 1
SAN FRANCISCO. July 17.
(By Associated Press). Jim Bag
well, pinch hitting for Catcher
Tobfn in the eighth inning today,
hit a home run with the bases
loaded to give Portland a com
fortable margin in runs and a C-l
victory over the Missions. Previ
ously it had been a pitching duel
with Leo Mangum having a slight
edge over his Mission rival, Pil
lette. as the score stood two runs
for Portland and one for the local
club. A home run by First Base
man McDowell gave the Missions
their single tally.
Score R. II. R.
Portland 6 9 1
Missions 1 5 .1
Mangum and Tobin; Pillette
BOARD AGREES TO GIVE
( Can tlnueii from p 1.)
of lighting from windows and con
servation of space in hallways.
The corridors in the building as
shown have only per cent of
the hall space that is present in
most school buildings.
Another feature -considered ex
cellent is that a small auditorium
is included, with two adjoining
rooms that can be combined with
tne audiioritim to give added
The Bchool board will mept
again Tuesday night with the. ar
chitects to discuss the plans. When
a final set at jiians is agreed on
by architects and board, a model
of the proposed building will be
nade, so that the public can see
exactly what is planned.
Frank Nt-er. hoard member,
wiil be absent at Tuesday's meet
ing as he will Le in San Francisco
attending the' national Lions' club
school $64,502.50. For teachers
in special rooms $5400 was spent
for salaries. r
This report Is an annual one
turned in by the heads of each
school district In the county to the
county superintendent's office.
CHINATOWN NOW QUIET
POSSIBLE WARFARE IMMI
NEXT IX PORTLAND
Oakland 3; Angels 2
OAKLAND. July 17. A two
bagger by Captain Louie Gnisto.
who scored Caveney from first,
gave Oakland a 3-2 victory over
Los Angeles today.
Score R. H. E.
Los Angeles 2 7 0
Oakland 3 10 1
Hamilton and Hannah; Krause
Henry O. Miller. 184 S. Com'L
St., where most people prefer to
get their auto parts for all makes
of cars. Trade there and make
savings on all auto parts. ()
COSTS BEING LOWERED
(Con tinned from pg i.)
PORTLAND. July 17. By As
f ciated 'Preps. ) Though all was
quiet in Portland's Chinatown yes-t-
iday, police and deputy sheriffs
declared possible warfare was Im
minent ir. connection with the gen
eral tong trouble on the Pacific
"If another tone man is killed
anywhere." said Police Inspectors
Sehulpius and Malonty, "an out
break can be expected here."
Local headquarters of tne Bing
Kong, Bow Leongs and Hop Sings.
the warring tongs, have told po
lice they will remain peaceful, but
officers fear outside gunmen will
be imported. In the meantime the
Chinese here are uneasy and many
of them are in hiding.
(By Associated Press. ) -Fear of
an joutbreak of the Chinese tong
wai in Tacoma was expressdby
officials of toe Hop Sing an""lp
Sing tongs here today following
a report from Sacramento a few
days ago that three Tacoma auto
mobiles carrying machine' 'guns
and armed Chinese gunmen had
been patrolling the road from Sac-1
ramento to San Francisco for the
purpose of killing . Bing Kong
PADDOCK, SAID ENGAGED
WORLD SPRINTER TO MARRY
BEDE DANIELS, SAID .
TACOMA, Wash., July 17.
HOLLYWOOD. Cal . July 17.
(By Associated Press. ) Charles
PaAdock. 'the world's fastest hu
man." tonight showed Hollywood
hia speed as a wooer with the an
nouncement by Bebe Daniels, film
star, whom he has known for five
weeks, that they would be mar
ried, but .not for a year-
Paddock, holder of 37 world's
sprinting records, met Miss Dan
iels when he was engaged to ap
pear in her support In a motion
pkjture now being filmed. - The
production marks the champion's
debut on the screen.
Senators 6; Seattle 5
SACRAMENT, July 17. Art
Koehler's long drive into center
field with the bases full, counted
two runners in the tenth inning
today and Sacramento defeated
Seattle 6 to 5 to cinch the series.
Score R. H. E.
Seattle 5 11
Sacramento 6 8
Martin, Miljus and Baldwin;
Shea, Keating and Koehler.
Stars 2; Seals 1
LOS ANGELES. July 17. Hol
lywood clinched its hold on the
series with San Francisco today
by defeating the Seals 2 to 1. The.
Stars have won four of the first
five games of the series.
Score R. II. e.
San Francisco 1 6 1
Hollywood 2 11 1
Geary and Agnew; Shellenback
and Cook, Peters.
Hats! Silks and straws, all pat
terns and prints 15. One lot at
2.95. Sale lasts only 10 days so
come now" before it is too late.
Vanity Hat Shoppe. ()
JERITZA AGAIN CONQUERS
school, 396; Park school. 346:
Richmond school, 327; and Wash
ington school 46.
The total high school enroll
ment, including pupils in the sen
ior high school and in the ninth
grade of junior high school was
1603. The total days attendance
for all students was 228,599, with
a total of 59 full term teachers
and 19 part time. The total cost
of running the high school was
There were 370 students from
outside the Salem school district
290 of whom came from Marion
county. Polk county sent 75, with
Linn sending three and Clackamas
and Multnomah counties sending
a iutai or 5206, 531. 25 was
spent on teahcers' salaries last
year. The amount spent by schools
is as follows: Englewood, $9,487.
50; Garfield, $11,040; Grant,
$9450; Highland, $10,320; Lin
coln. $11231: Park. $10,950;
Richmond. $10,140; Washington,
$11102.50; and other salaries
$1750, making a total of $74,
616.25. Salaries in the Parrish junior
high school were $48,920, in the
McKinley junior high school, 813,-
92.50; making a total of $62,
012.50, and for the senior high
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"Pay Me As Yoti Are Paid"
WITH THIS PICTURE 9s
In the picture you see the! old fashioned type of
by-focal lense, with the prominent dividing line.
Modern lenses do not show this line and you
cannot tell who wears bi-f0cals. We recommend
Kryptok lenses for best Satisfaction.
Glasses That Fit
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with Burnett Bros,
457 State Street Salem, Oregon,
LONDON. (AP.) Madame
Jerita, the opera star, again has
conquered London. Society lead
ers have been giving parties every
night in her honor and the offer-
ngs of flowers from admirers
have been so numerous that a sie-
lai room has been set apart at
eritza's hotel to hold them.
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