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Ass&i'-pn Will Have Num
ber basketball Leagues
. ' This Winter
Tie wlater schedule of gym
t Hagium classes at the YMCA were
- aanonnced yesterday by R. R.
Boaxdman. physical director. The
achedale, which includes more ac
: tlvities than ever before will begin
i Immediately following fair week,
; it was announced.
Harvey Brock has been obtain
ed to act as gymnasium assistant.
He will help with the boys class
es, allowing Mr. Boardman more
time than before to devote te pro
: motion w.ork and physical Instruc
tion for business men. . -r',
f - Leslie Sparks, physical director
at lllamette university, will have
hear re of tumbling. classes and
Mr. Rarzott will be supervisor for
all bays wrestling work.. , .
More time Is being devoted to
baskc6all tM sfall. Leagaes for
both ifoyn and men, will be formed
after'jOctober 15, All men, and
boysi-tnust be members to take
part to these leagues . , ,
Pitas are under way to hate
classes tor high school ?and col
leger boy JaA&' girls In the nbrs-
4ng The- use . o fpool and gym-
m equipment will be . gives
t the women all day Wed-
y as has been the practice
good corps of leaders has
n obtained to assist with the
mnasium classes, according to
r. Doardman. Swimming will
low all boys' gymnasium classes.
The schedule for the year fol-
f Mens' Gym Schedule
xsoon business men Tuesday
and Thursday, 12:1ft,',
Business men: Monday, Wed
nesday, Friday. 5:15.
Older business men Tuesday,
Thursday, 5:15. V ,
Young men Tuesday, Friday,
Swimming, life saving test ,
Tuesday, 8:15 (after class;.' for
those who try for emblems.1
Boxing, wrestling. . tumbling
clesses See phyistcal director,
Basketball practice and tourna
ment Mnoday,-Thursday, 8:00
Senior leaders Wednesday, floor
work 8:15; class work, 7 rl 5
. , -.iBoys Gym Schedule ,
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11 . i.
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Preps, grade schol to 6th grade
inclusive Thursday :15; Sat
urday1 : 45- j
Junior high, 7, 8 grades Tues
day 4:15; Saturday 10:45.
High school Monday, Friday,
i Boys' swimming and life saving
' tests Saturday, 2i0 (for tests
Junior leaders Saturday, 11
12. ., r
Night juniors Monday, Thurs-
jh Boys' beginners swim classes
- l Saturday 1:30-2:00.
Open games and schedule Sat-j
Swim ; followsiall gym classes.
Religious 'education class once a
week after gym. All boys required
to have health, examination.
Women and girls' cmsses every
Wednesday, r For schedule aud
rates phone 260.
All is no gold that glitters. All
meat la Hot 18 karat Of perfection,
but if yoii buy it front us, you'll be
safe. Hunt & Shaller Meat Mkt.,
263 N.Xml. ()
Gabfiel Powder& Supply Co.,
lumbef, building materials, paints
tnd varnishes, roofing paper. Get
prices' here and make a big sav
ing. 'Office, 175 S. Com'l. ()
-ouis Now Defends Crest
Vith One and a Half
K; j- uarne Average
H ; EW YORK, Sept. a.(AP)
tThc status of the major league
v Championship fights remain as be
wildering as ever today. St. Louis
advanced Its lead half a game by
dividing a twin program with the
A Phillies while, the Giants were
lacing the Reds for -second time
it the National. Another full game
yas nced orr the Yankees' hold
in first place in the American,
.when the New Yorker HrnnnM
itheir fourth sfraisrht tn. ih.
AlAough the Cardinals now de
fend the crest by a margin of a
game and a half. CiKclnnajtl may
tie for the penant by Winning all
seven of its remaining games in
the event the St. Louis club takes
live out o f the next six.' ...
The standing would; then be:
W. U PcL
"V- I-onis - . 92 62: .597
Cincinnati . 92 62 ..597
The standing of the contenders
. la noW: ;p ; ,
St- Louis .7: . .1 ; 87 -i-TM
. Cincinnati V'V.i;.' IS C2 ,578
The Pirates flag ;V hopes,; were
giWii another Jolt when - they
vrent nr.der asain at Brooklyn and
they cannot catch up to the peak
. jiuless he leaders take a decisive
TOE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
Players in Colorful Drama Coming to
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sltt-ipP- Six games separate the Pir
&tii from the top.
he New york Americans grip
OE the premier position sagged
try 2 games and to annext the
championship they are required
to win 7 of 9 contests remaining,
should Cleveland ' take all eight
games left. The standing of the
contenders now Is:'
w. ' L. Pet.
New York 87 58 .600
Cleveland 85 61, .582
Cure that cold and that miser
able feeling in a jiffy. Get some
Quick Cold Tablets at Nelson &
Hunt. Druggists, on tfcji corner of
Court and Liberty Sts. Tel. 7. ()
Doughton Sherwln, Hard
ware, 286 N. Com'l. St. Hardware,
Builders' Supplies, Paints, Varn
ishes. Give us a call, you'll find
our prices reasonable. ()
JIMS LOSES GOLF
TITLE TO VON ELM
Defeat of Master Shot Maker
of Atlanta Almost Un
believable SHORT HILLS, N. J.. Sept. 18.
(AP. ) The monarch of golf
was toppled from his amateur
throne today by flaxen-haired
George"Von Elm of Los Angeles,
in orfte of the most stunning up
sets of link history.
Bobby Jones beaten the word?
flashed out over rolling Baltusrol
li.te this afternoon to an almost
mbelicving sport world. Defeat
for the master shot maker at At
lanta at the hands of a player he
hai twice overwhelmed in previous
matches seamed too incredible tc
receive. Rut Von Elm htd conre
to the Klopos of the picturesque
New Jersey course to prove that
the ago of golfing miracles had not
et passed, ami in two of the most
dazzling rounds . ever played he
finally conquered the young Geor
gian on the 35th green. 2 to 1.
Bobby hung on gamely today to
make an uphill riht in the face of
fawless golf, but he did it almost
on sheer nerve. He was great in
defeat, yet the fine edge had been
taken from his approaching: game
during the days in which Von Elm
was riding easily to preliminary
victories over Watts Gunn, Bobby's
Atlanta chum, and George Dawson
F. L. .Wood and Geo. P. Peed,
real estate, 34state. Farms and
city property. They bring buyer
and seller together, for the bene
fit and profit of both. ()
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 you. ()
Arridcnt. Report etl
Mrs. Galbralth reported that
she ran her car Into the rear of
one driven by a man named Chen
ey yesterday on Liberty between
State and Court. She gave no oth
er details ; of the accident.
Held for Parking
Fire" persons were picked1 up
Saturday fcight by local police of
ficers' on" a, charge of double
parking; and each was released on
41 bail on, appearing t the 'police
station.4 ;They are Loretta Varley.
C. Reid, J. O. Weaver, John Lo
gan and W. L. Gaskill.
Silverton Schools WiH V
i Start Operations ' Monday
i; KlLVERTON. SeDt. 1 8 ,fSno-
cUfSilvertonchools will open
n osti ay t morn ins wun ,1 nign
school ;, teachers ud 22 x rrs.de
teacher?. - 'i --
iff.' Mtlk, cream, buttermilk. The
Bnttercup butter has no eaual.
Gold standard of perfection. 137
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6. onj. Phpu 299. , ()
Tom Chatterton, William Streett, and Mary Daniel '
in Salem J
V.Marie and France Roddy,
Chemawa residents, visited this
city Saturday.' '
W. C. Holmes of Woodburn
was in this city Friday.
Mrs. J. D. Nelson and children
of Oregon City have been visiting
in this city for several weeks.
They returned home recently.
J. McDonald of Taft spent Fri
day night in this city.
G. U. Flint was in Salem Fri
day. He is a resident of Eugene.
Pat Rogers of Eugene spent Fri
day night in Salem.
Among the Friday visitors in
this city was P. P. Jenson of Lake
view. Amanda Mathews of Shaw was
a Salem visitor yesterday.
E. L. Kollenbom, a resident of
Eugene', was in this city Friday
Miss Mildred Christensen. who
lives in McMinnville, was in this
Miss Alice Southworth of New
port was a Salem visitor Saturday.
H. C. Porter of Aumsville was
a Salem visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Curry of
Hood River were n this city Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Markam of
Kelso, Vash., spent Saturday
night in this city.
Z. M. Agee, a residentof Eugene
v.as a Salem visitor Saturday.
John V.". Lamar of Florence 1
G,f aroref Scddor
Don't Miss STREETT'S
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wi a m- . -w . ,
spent Saturday night in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Martin
of Garden Home were Salem vis
Harry M. Keron of Eugene is
in this city today.
Mr. and Mrs. A M. Slade of
Eugene were among the visitors
in Salem Saturday.
Iavina Conner of Florence was
in this city Saturday.
A demonstration of new. type
Fordson tractors will be given
from 1:30 to 4 o'clock on the af
ternoon of Tuesday, Sept. 21, at
the William Matthes farm near
Quinaby. It will be repeated on
vVdnesday afternoon at the Jini
Nichols place on the penitentiary
road. The Valley Motor" company,
which is putting on the display,
claims that the now Fordson trac
tor has more power than the old,
and will attempt to prove it at the
Kconomy Test Coming;
An economy run for Harley
Davidson motorcycles will be put
on, in this city Monday. Sept. 27,
with Harry Scott in charge. Sim
ilar runs will be put on all over
the country on the same day. The
course will be picked later by Mr.
Scott. A quart of gas will be put
into the machine and, cycles will
be ridden as far .as they will go.
Ralph Kletzlng will ride the ma
chine, which is' a Harley-Davidson
A smashing under
world picture of New
York, bristling with,
scenes that are sure to
! impress the most crit-
:, ieal audience.
Story, Takpn from
. "THE GAMBLING r
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International News.. .
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NEW YORK PLAYERS" The Elsinore Tuesday
I At the Theaters Today I
O ' o
The Elsinore John Gilbert,
Lillian Gish, Renee Adoree, Roy
D'Arcy in "La Boneme," and
Fanchon and Marco Broadway Re
view "Night Club" with 25 actors
with. star cast.
Wild Oats Lane
BJigh Hippodrome vaudeville
and Pete Morrison in "Chasing
F. E. Shafer's Harness and
Leather Goods Store. 170 S. Com'l.
Suit cases; valises, portfolios, brief
cases, gloves ana mittens. Large
stock. The pioneer store. ()
I Bit For Breakfast
The double bill
At the Elsinore theater
V , .
"La Roheme," by King Vidor.
and "Fanchon and Marco played
to four big houses yesterday af
ternoon and last evening, and
made a great hit. The same
program lor this afternoon and
King Vidor's "La Bohenie" is
Lillian Gish's first American-made
picture for some years. King VI
don who directed "The Big Par
ade," directed the new picture.
John Gilbert plays the .leading role
as Rodolphe. the poet. Between
scenes in "La Bohetae " John Gil
bert studied law. He expects srrr.e
day to take an examination for
the bar. "La Boheme" continues
over till Monday at the Elsinore."
The new booklet for the state
lime plant, "Agricultural Lime,-'
is off the press, and copies will be
distributed from the penitentiary,
"Why the soils of the Willamette
valley aud coa3t counties need
lime: basic and overlasting facts
on the beneficial uses of agricul
tural lime plainly and briefly
told," are among tne words on ti e
title page. Copies are free to all
who ask for it, and will be dis
tributed from the state fair booth
of the Max and lime industries next
On Wednesday next, beginning
at 10 o'clock, the hearing will be-
Sin in the petition (or suit) for
lower rates on lime rock, before
l-he public service commission.
Many pecple interested in thi
vital matter will attend the hear
ing. It is a vital matter, too, for
all the farms of the Willamette
valley and coast counties do need
lime. The longer they are crop
ped the more they need it.
The investigation of reputed
lime rock deposits not too far away
from the prison for trucking, is
going on. There ire several such
reported, and to be investigated
by the O. A. C. and prison author
Walter H. Zosel, automobile
tires, tubes and accessories. Vul
canizing that holds. High quality, ,
superior service. A trial makes a I
customer. 198 S. Com'l. ()
Parkdale First carload apple j
shipment of year goes to oBston.
' as tfu father .
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THURSDAY MORNING, SE1TEMBER 1G, 1926,
PORTLAND, . Ore.," Sept. Iff. t AP)
Rweipu: - Cattle 3;-hof 18V; (beep
600. , . -
Rrrript for week (approximate):
. Cattle calve 685; hoys 4,050;
Cattle Compared' with week aeK
Steera and tiulU about steady; she stock
mostly steady: spots up 3 St; calves and
Testers ft lower; week's bulk price :
Metiiam qnality down to S6 cows and
heifers $.75ft6.50 scatering small lots
of grod heifers $7i'E.25; cows in loads
op to $6.25; cotters S4.50 down; bulla
94. Desirable calves mostly f76f9;
heavies and commons down to 95.50;
best light vealers $10 to 910.25; limited
movement of tight steers to the country
at $6(j S.25.
Hogs Today's receipta mostly light
feder pig aelling steady at 916.23: com
pared with week ago: Mostly 50 to 75c
higher: weks bulk prices:
high butchers 915 to 915.25; top
915.35 for part load Monday; weightier
kinds 915 down; havies down to $12.50;
parking sows $11.50 to $15; best light
feeder pigs $16 to $16.25 strong weights
914. SO to $15.50.
Sheep: Compared wSth week ago: Fa
lambs quotable 50 cents higher; ewea
steady; best handy weight lambs quoted
up to 12.50; yearling $10.75; ewes $6
... MILK AND CREAM -
PORTLAND,' Ore.. Sept. 18. (4P)
Butter top rales firm; Ufider grade
tlow;' extra- cubes city 40e; standards
404c; prime first 38c; firsts 86c' prints
47c : cartons 48c
ililk steady. Best churning cream 44c
per pound net shippers' track is zone 1.
Cream delivered Portland 4tSc per pound.
Raw milk (4 per cent) $2.25 cwt. f. . b
Poultry steady; heavy hens 25c to 20c;
light 17c; springs light 22c to 2c; do
heavy 21c to 22c; young white duckfe 22c,
to 2Jc; colored 15c to 17c.
KEW YORK, Sept. 18. ( AP)- Kvap-
orated apples slow; prunes unsettled ; ape-.
ricoib auu pcacnes quiei ; ntrpa bteauy.
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BOSTON, Sept. 18. (AP) The fea
ture of week has fche strength injected inte
the local wool market by the reports of
a rise in values at the London sale. The
strength has. been realized in higher and
firmer asking" prices on domextit .lines
and advanced prices patd on lines sold
for export. Replacement in stock is
practically impossible because of the
stronger foreign -market and the firmness
of the holers of the remaining Mork iu
domestic primary markets.
CHICAGO. Sept. 18. (AIM All crain
averaged lower in price today. Heavy
selling of wheat, induced Uy wore favor-;
able weather conditions ia-fchv Caiadjian
northwest and a forecast of generally Jain
over the three provinces, Revealed a fai lc
of Imyinc power in the p!ts and vOio
broke sharply. Crn and oats foltaWf-Jl in
the wake of wheat. At the finish wilful
showed a net loss of .V8 to 1 l-8 orn
was down 1-- to 1 .!-. oats were oti
1-4 to to l-'-c, and provision 10c to
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 1H. (AP
Buying prices. KaMcrn Oregon tinwthy
$'20 to $22: do valley $17 to $17. j(;
cheat 13; alfalfa $17.50 to $1H; oat hay
$13; oat and vetch $11,50 to $1; btraw
$7 to $7.j0 per ton.
Selling prices a ton more.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 1H. 'AD
Oats No. 2, 36 pound white fcod and
It causes yourself dis
comfort ancF annoyance
COUGH f "
Will tep That Bark
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ber fST.t Corn, So. 2, EY shipment, Sep
temlier, irto!r $37.25. ' .
Millran", standard,- September, October,
gray- Sentcniuer, . ucwuw, swaw
$28.50; -Barley,, No. 2, 45 pound, BV,
September $27. October $27.50: NoTert-
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