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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1926)
FRIDAY -.MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, ,102G
Salem High:5chooJeam Ex-
peeled -to :HaVeTcoub(6
Today's football same on Sweet
land field between iSalem high
school and UUlsboro ihigh school
will be no easy .victory for Salem,
. J r - 4 - . TT , II ' T At ft . t " I A. !
lie preuiciiou.ui nuuia iiuihiuk- rsuTerai points.
Team Realizes It -Must Drill
Earnestly to .Win USC
CPS 61 BSTT1E
tqn. Salem" coach.. The gam- will
syirt tat iS o'clock. T ? i c i ,
Th HllUboro . team t. has wos
games this season from such pow-
school. of Portland, Newberg and
fticMlnnviHe. Jefferson high school
lost to Grant high, school of Port
land by about the same margin
. as Grant beat the local men early
in the season, so the comparative
. scores indicate alTjnisboro vic
tory. . '- " ,.: ' -
) Comparative scores ddg't couof
for much In tms battle, as II trat
ington's men hare Improved great
ly since the start -of the season,
but they do indicate that Hills
bo ro will be a little tougher an
tagonist than vras anticipated.
'" I Salem - Will f starf t the Igame
minus three regnlar players, Ol
inger, Temple and East, "dinger
is stilfe cmt fwith tbsame' injury
thatUcepti hjml on? tfias bench last
jweek' against ' Corvallte,. .while
Tenrpleand Kastjare both -suffer-
' ing from sprained ankles.
Hubert Ashby quarterback,
will do the punting for the local
men in the absence of Temple. He
bus been doing well in practice
and has .been getting his punts off
for as good distances as Temple
did; t - 1. s t
i Kelly will .do all the field goal
kicking that may be needed. He
has been getting off some long
tnd true place kicks in practice,
rnd is expected to place kick as
well in a game as Temple could
All the Salem cripples are ex
. pected to be back in the lineup in
time for. the game against Eugene
on Armistice Day. -
The ,B"aieirf starting lineup "will
include Adams, right end; Cum
roings, -left ,end; Lyons, right
tackle;.Irager, left tackle; Fabry,
rght guard; Dolby, left guard;
Jones, center; Ashby, quarter;
Kelly, right. half ;.Bineo, left half,
a.nd Backe, full. -
s Officials for, the .game include
Mike Moran, referee; Fod Maison,
umpire, '-and Ralph ason, -head
COLLEGE, Corvallis, Ore.,-Nov. 4.
iThe football exchange closed
last week with O. A. C. stock off
The Idaho raid
Squad Hit by Injuries on Eve
of Championship Game
which the Aggies staved off by a
bare "3 to 0 score wasJargely the
eanse. "The Aggies are still on
top of the conference heap but
twill ; have to .halt the Southern
California thundering herd and
the University of Oregon squad to
maintain this lead. . ;;
' The - Oregon Aggies clash with
Southern California- in Portland
Armistice day. Iji conJCarative
scoring - this year' the- Southern
California ' Jrojans have trnn "up
fl99 points to 26. for "opponents in
six games. , O. tA. . C. has scored
169 to 13 points for opponents in
five games. Roth teams have met
the University of California, U. S.
C. winning 27 to 0 and O. A. C.
winning? to 7.
If 0.N A. C. beats Southern Cal
ifornia the University., of Oregon
eleven will be .the only barrier
betweenithe Aggies and k he coast
pennant: Oregon has been show
ing; increasing strength as the sea-
son progresses, and by .November
20 when she jmeels : tlve Aggies
Will be. a difficult team to beat.
If. the Oregon Aggies win all. their
remaining games and Stanford
university, the conqueror of the
thundering herd wins all its
games, the O. A. C. team will still
lead in. the conference as the. Ag
gies play five conference "games
to four for Stanford
No serious injuries -were sus
tained by the Oregon Aggies in the
Idaho game. Coach ."Paul J.
Schissler is entering the sqnad on
an intensive training -in prepara
tion for the Southern California
contest. .. The men show ;nore' sip
in the practices than they did be
fore the Idaho contest. The rook
team will form opposition for the
varsity, using Southern California
plays in scrimmage. "
11 -o'clock in" the morning --will bo
given, over to the alumni. A stud
ent play will be given Saturday at
the Heiltg 'theater, besides an
As the game "Saturday will be
the only big college game in . the
state on that day, a large crowd
Is expected . to attend.
Willamette university Bearcats
will go through their final prep
aration tonight for .the '. football
game with the College of Puget
Sound Saturday afternoon on
Sweetland field. Many prepara
tions are being made for the game
by students and faculty, as this
will be the annual homecoming
celebration at the college.
The squad has been hit -hard
by injuries on .the eve of battla.
and the backfield has been shot
to pieces. McMullen and Long.
fullbacks, are both on the injured
list, although there is a possibility
that one of them may be able to
start the game.
Clonlnger, halfback, and one of
the star ground gainers of the
team, is also laid up by an injury,
and his doctor has advised against
permitting him the play Saturday.
In case McMullen or Long will
be unable to start, McKenzie will
back up the line on the defensive,
and Zeller may be used as offense
The rest of the team is in fair
condition, and are prepared for ft
Coach Spec Keene realizes the
coming battle will; be a hard one.
asr he considers . the CPS Loggers
a better team .than Pacific, which
the Bearcats beat last week. The
team was . brought ' to a fighting
peak for the Paclflc game, and
Keene is anxious that they do not
go into such a slnmp a. almost
proved disastrous for; OjAOagainst
Idaho last week. s
A large program of events com-,
mencing Friday night has ; been
planned by the students- in con-
nection with the homecoming cele
bration. The "W" club will hold
a banquet .r riday .night at the
Gray Belle, at which .Brazier C.
Small, justice of the peace, will
Following this -there will be a
pep rally at the chapel and a fire
works display by the freshman
Saturday the chapel session at
' . TBIDAY NIGHT
6:00-12 :QO-KW. thaacr concert;
7:3Q. utility erric;,8, weekly meet-
ing ol Uta club; 8:30, dance mu-
! by Cote UtElroy's erehestra; 10:80,
. frello ot the KOW Boot Owls.
0:00-10:00 KFWV. Benaoa hotel or
, cbeatras lircliw' Mlaha Petz; 7,
i amusemaat guide; -6, 'Walker fcrotherg'
. old-time orchestra; S:30, mn&ical pro-
6:00-10:00 Dinner eeacert by George
Iliene concert orchestra; 7, vbat to do
and where' to go sngCestiong; 6, stadio
program by the 'Ugaan chorua; 8:40,
i studio mnaical cmgram; 0. Miacba PeU
: orrhrktra and Iris il. Oakley, coutral
: tor - - . - -: ,"
6:00-7 :30 KT B R. Tourist guide; '6;30,
. at adJo program. "
5:3i KtiO, Otkland (3C1). -KGO radio,
girls; t, Kms Little Symphony or
tcbestra; 6:55, r.ea items, weather re
ports and stock quotations.
5:U0 KKI, Ios Angeles (467). Kupene
Bisrailus; . nightly doings, travel
' guide, vest pocket period; 6:4$,' AVil-
liam R. Crawford; 7, Lob I'arkr ; T:3.
iblm Cook and Billie Henderson; N,
Aeolian organ recital, Alex Reilly at the.
conaole; 9, popular program: 10, JPack-
ard ballard hour, J. -Maarice ' Woods,
. baritone; Kuth and Oolorea Palethorpe.
6:30 KFO. San fraaeUco (42o). Child
ren's program: 6:15. Valtletaar Timer's
'orchestra; 7:10, sports ou the air;
i?;2U, Chamber of Commerce talk;. 8,
. i Billy Long's rcnestra'; 9, Gene 'James.
, orchestra; ' fl:10, book review; 10,
8:30 K.NX, Hollywood (337), George
. itedman's orcfemurs; 6, The Town Tat
! tier; t:15.' travetor; 6:30, At water
.. Kent orchestra; 7, studio progTam; 11,
Abe Lyman's t'ocoannt Grave orchestra.
O:0 Ki'WB, HoUyrood (252). Oinner
. concert. rtbeatra-7p0. news; iia.au el
' Nierta. aepraae; Kay KeUorg and Bill
: ; Hatch, violin and piano: lharly Wl
man. Chevy Cbae ercheUra; 9, Julias
Phillips, tenor: Peggy Mathews, blues:
". Araaad Oirold. aererdipa; Kill .Hatch
: and his orchestra; 10, 'ww i Edward
- Nevis, baritone; Charley Vcllmsn, Bill
' llatch and bia orchestra." '
:O0 KMTK. 'Hollywood (370. An
i nouncemeat.- naus; 6:45, vacation
I days; 7, 'tloaaeo" with 'Gayrord Wit
ahire; 7;30, musical n-roeraray . Cos
V ; snopolitsa trio; 9, special musical pro-
.i cram; 10, Kalph Jlarkey and his Mu
: Sical Keys. - tr
:U0 KFQZ, Hollywwod (226). Melody
Three and Norma-Foas. soloint: H. Hel-
' wya Harris program; . Kddie Miller's
' lixie Boys. lora Looaard.JPercy Ash
and Howard-(Blue) fStevenaon; 10, Iea
asa sviown nana. .
0:O0 KFWI. San Francisco (2501. Ia
, verne Rickett, blues. aceomBanied by
- Ionna Kichin; 6:30, studio program; M,
nen i.ipison, popniar j naiiaa: :.iu,
! 'WriUhire'sf "tonaeo : 41. studio Tro-
'.; t gram, Jo Tetwiler, narilone, Letitia
r'awrett, soprano. Floyd li. Hayes, ten
, or; lu. Jack Crawford a orchestra; II,
Paul Kelt's Trovstnre orchestra.
6:00-KTOX. .Lon Beach (2.12). Organ
THE BIG DANCE HALL
In NORTH PAULAS
Opens Saturday Night
Floor Space 5000 Square Feet
Jusic by Iaufmari,3 Hornets
ceneart MCkTe&trar fi'.SO . tnnbr- 7.
1 etudia program: S. Losr 'Brack sauniei-
' pal band, announcements; 9:15, varied
program; 10, Klks frolic,
6:00 KJR, Seattle 424)v 'Time signals,
; weainer reports, markets, news; 8:3",
stutticj programs; 10, time signals.
, ) iSIOESlteHE!
The heat of ;Vqd j&eppers takes .the
"ouch" from a sore, lame back. It
ean not. hurt ryou and; it certainly
tads the -torture at -onee. 1
, Vnen you are suffering so you can
hardly set around, just try Bed Pep
per Rub, and you will have the
juickest TeNef known. Nothing baa
uob eonce&traicd, penetrating beat
as red peppers. . . - . - -
Just as soon as you apply "Rod
Pepper Rub yott will "feel ibe tingling
bet la three coSniitca it warma Um
ore spot tbroiban4 thxapgb.' Pain
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VEGETABLES: AND r?RUIT
Nice Stocjc of Table Carrots, 7 4bs. ......
,Good Burbank Potatoes, 12 lbs....:...:
By sack, lb. .....:...........
Good GraUe Apples ;by box....: :.C'l'..-C:
. Good Quality of Lemons, aoz. . . :. ......
Good Quality Creamery Butter, lb.: 45c
4 lb. package New Crop Raisins ...35c
Gdod Quality Pjnk Salmon ...... y ...1 j5c
4 lb. pail Pennant Compoundf 72c
1 large bottle Sunkist Catsup... 19c
12 pz. Royal Baking Powder..:..... .35c
Fresh Lot Bacon Squares, lb.... 25c
2 cans of Oval Tin Sardines... 25c
Jolly Time Pop Corn, 3 lbs 25c '(
3 cans Campbell's Tomato Soup 25c
Lower prices on Outing, Woolen Dress
Goods, Indian Head, yard i.' 35c
Good quality of men's long sleeve, ankle
length Uniops ;voc
This is-a special 'from our regular
price $1.3 5
FOR BETTER VALUES
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WSC Grid Team and Coach
.Suffer IMystenous Malady
PULLMAN. Wash., Nov'".'4.
(AP) -With a strange malady
declared to resemble- influenza
and ptomaine , poisoning, four
Washington state college tootball
blayers were ordered to bed this
morning by Trainer Bohra. Coach
"Babe Ilollingberry also Js ill.
but with the University pf Idaho
game two days away, he has re
fused to give up direction of the
! The ' utnomabTJtIlkle3"cor
pordtion with headquarters .In
Portland, . has .been ; incorporated
by .Nelson A. Frost, Jr., 'Leo
enson and Ernest Bushell. The
capital stock is $1000. ' . ' j
REAL KSTATK TURNOVERS
Recent sales reported by F. L.
Wood arid George F. Reed, real
estate dealer- include a SO acre
tract with modern buildings, a
rvirt nf the C O Rpt farm. to
S. B. Stater of Michigan; a mod-'
ern residence on Saginaw street
to G. "W. Carroll of 'Rietereall; an
acre tract on the Portland road
to Roy Nash; a lot on Broadway
to Vicar Kron and a lot in Church
mere to X. F. Brown.
A TI.TRTi A V ,elr.I,A J .
These Are Regular $3.25 Values
Mahogany finished wood with dark green leatherette
tops. See them m our windows.
Many other wonderful bargains in our
basement . Department
30 HOURS TO SAN FRANCISCO
Through Reclining Chair Car Service Four .Scbedmleej
ach .Day With Stop Over Privilege
Leaving the Terminal Hotel
5 :20 A. M., 120 P. Jt, 7;IVaL, 1:25 A. M.
For Information Call At
or Phone 696
134 N. Liberty t.
We Solicit Monthly
-' Charge Accounts
The new pack of canned goods of the various kinds is now in stock And to bring this
fact closelv to your attention the National Canners association with the cooperation
of the wholesaler and the retailer are makinrtfine -displays .a.nd, quotirpecial prices
for a period of .ten days. T ' .- ' ; . .
Del Monte Qa
It is indeed a pleasure to present a full line of,theIruitsrniveetables.unde.the Del
Monte 3rand. They have been gathered from the world's best gardens and orchards
and every item is a quality, product.' 's ; " '
During the sale we wall give one can fCree with. Mozenither in straight dozens orryou
may take three of .four Jiinds;and areti canjfi:ee. I Stoqk your pantrxith a good as
sortment as it will surely make .the ovosk ofplanning3your daily menus much easier.
Del Monte Fruits
-Peaches, .yellow lree
Peaches, fellow ;fCling
Peaches, sliced........!! ..........
Peaches, Melba halves
Cherries, -Royal , Ann.
Grapes, Muscat ...
Fruits for Salad, .la?ge
Fruits -for-. Salad, medium
Pineapple, .large, sliced
Pineapple, large, isquats, 2 for... ......
Pineapple, sliced, l's, 2 for
Pineapple, crushed, l's,
Del 'Monte Vegetables
Ckirn, Minnesota Crosby.:....:
Tomatoes, Solid "Pack...."
Tornatoauce, 3 for.....
Sauerkraut f. .
String Beans .:..... :
:Peas,'Tiny ........ ,..:......;:.....:..:.:..
;Peas,..Yery small-..-... ,.2 .
Peas, , very small, . 2 ,for..wJ .
Asparagus, large stalks.L.:...:.:..:.
Asparagus,trhedium tips, square
.Asparagus, .picnic size, i2 f or...
Dill Pickles . ...........:.::
-Small Red eets
Remember That You -Get One Can Free Vith DpMn '
Peaches, Yellow Cling -35c :
Peaches, sliced .35c
Peaches, Prince's Finest., .......35c;
Apricots .'. .35c
Pineapple, 2V's 30c
Pineapple, 2's 28c "
Pineapple, crushed, l's .....15c::
Grape Pruit, Dromedary 30c!
P. S. Blueberries 40c
Libby's Tall Salmon . 35c!
Maple Leaf 1 lb. Flats .45c
Maple '.Leaf V2 lb. Flats......... .30ct
Warrenton Minced Clams, talL ...:30c
Dunbar Cove Oysters 20c-
Dunbar -Dry Pack Shrimp :.20c
Golden Bantam Corn . ,25c
Country Gentleman -White Corn 20c
Cut String Beans . . : ..-25c
.Refugee Whole Bean3...:.:........30f
Smajl Refugee Beans ;.i....U..L.U-.40c
Tiny Refugee Peans Hr. J....jI5c
Succotash ...... ..l.i25c
Small Champion Peas.:......:.......i135c
Early June Peas ... L.LL-25c
Rosebud Beets .:: ..3Pc
Mushrooms, Stems and Pieces.....0c
Mixed Vegetables, for salad....-30c
Belgium Peas ..i...;.30c
French String Beans 1 . .0c
Spanish Pimentos . JLOc and 20c
ONE CAN FREE WITH AN ASSORTED DOZEN DURINP THIS CANNED pOODS
R0STE1N & GREEliB
MEN'S LEATHER OATS
Real Ilorsehide, Good Quality, .Well Made, sRelts.or Not
Special Good Values
10 oz. Oiled Canvas Raintest Pants
10 oz. Oiled Canvas Raihtest Stac.Shirts
Just the thing for the man who is but in "the rain all j
MACKINAWS, BLAZERS AND
AH Wool, Oregon Goods. Big Selection,' New Stock
MEN'S WOOL OVERSHIRTS
$5.00, $3.50, 3a00, $2.00
All Wool, Beautiful Goods, Big Assortment
Low Prices ' K
YOUNG MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS
324.50, S2(00a $160 j - -
MEN'S ALL VO;OL-SUlTS l .
Real Goo3 talulsW
Extra Size 'Clothes for Big Men "
Lnaerwear . ... ;np 10 size
Oversliirts . . ... '. :np to size 20
Sock ......... . . up to size IS
OveralL ' . . . . . . . .op to ctze 52
Pants , i . . . , . v . . .Bp to size 54
Salts . . . pp to size 50
Guaranteed Shoes foriMeri andBoy8:4cDst;little7inbre
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