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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1927)
"" THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1927'
S I PJE U I G H T5 OF" ' TWE
Elgin we Theater
pomantlc, adTenture is the key
note ot "The Blende Saint," which
brjngs Lewis Stone and Doria
Keayon to the Elslnore theater to
"The Blonde Saint- Is distinct
ly, different from the general mo
tion picture feature of-the year in
that there is none of the flapper
ami -cabaret - and jazi ' element.
"A love affair on a Sicilian island
forms the story, which was adapt
ed" by Marion Fairfax from Steph
en JV Whitman's novel, f The Isle
of Life "
: Tire clever vaudeville acts will
b special attractions at the Elsi
aore theater today.- They follow:
' Roy Atterbury and Kunny Gil
1 ami have united '.. their respective
talents and formed a delightful
comedy "vaudeville" offering.
- & genuine treat Is In store for
vaudeville patrons when Helen
Morgan and her Melody Boys play
at the Elslnore theater. This act
is a refreshing melange of music,
song - and dance, aptly billed in
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The Two Elmers, a clever hori
zontal bar act, .brings to the vaud
eville stage a breath of the circus
performance. ; r
Jack Roshier! presents an un
usual dog act, featuring "Silver
Moon," the dog cortortionisL For
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teen working his dogs in pictures
to great success, and has Just re
cently deserted -the studios '' for
the vaudeville stage.
Marco and Louise, ' a handsome
young gentleman and a pretty
young miss, will entertain' patrons
of the Elslnore theater today with
a series of baffling Illusions.
- The Willamette university jun
ior class play will be given at the
Capitol theater tonight as a part
of the May day festivities. This
is a very interesting production,
entitled "The Intimate .Stranger."
Last .night it was staged at Che-
mava and received a wonderful
"Love your brother as your
self" is the' theme of "The Sea
Tiger," Milton Sills' new starring
picture, which shows at the Ore
gon theater May 6 and 7.
In the story. Sills is a lonely,
rather stolid fisherman in a Til
lage of the Canary Islands. His
brother, played by Larry Kent, Is
a young Lothario but Sills loves
him and protects him because he1
realizes the youngen man's fail
ings. Then a woman's love enters
end for a time they are estranged
but at' last love of his brother
wins, and the star finds a way to
bring happiness to them bot.
Beautiful Mary Astor has the lead
ing feminine role,, with Alice
White, Larry Kent, Arthur Stone,
Kate Price and others in splendid
Sills has probably the outstand
ing part of his career in this color-1
f ul tale of the sea and the lives
of men who go out to capture the
denizens of the deep. ,; Carey Wil
son adapted the Mary ' Heaton
Vorse story which appeared in
Liberty Magazine as "The Run
JUNIORS OF W. U.
TO PRESENT PLAY
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"Intimate Strangers" Sched
uled for This Evening at
The junior class of Willamette
university will present Booth Tar
kington's three-act comedy "The
Intimate S t r a n g e r s" at the
Capitol theater tonight. The cur
tain is scheduled to rise at 8:15
The activities of the annual May
week-end are being sponsored on
the Willamette campus today and
tomorrow. It has been customary
for the Junior class to give a play
on the final evening, but on ac
count of the symphony concert at
the Elsinore Saturday night , the
date of the play waschange) to
Last night the cast gave the
play to an appreciative audience
at the Indian school at Chemawa.
Humorous situations and clever
lines make the comedy unusually
delightful and amusing. A sta
tion in Jan out-of-the-way country
town is the setting of the first act.
The other two acts are played in a
sitting room of a comfortable farm
house. Mr. William Ames, the
middle-aged polite New Yorker,
and Miss Isabel Stuart, a charm
ing, girl of yesterday, are the In
timate strangers and- they carry
the main roles. A charming lit
tle flapper, Florence, and an ex
pelled . college student, - Johnny
White, are the junior leads. Other
characters are the station master,
a funny old fogy from a small
town, Aunt Ellen, a good looking
old lady from the last generation,
Mattie the inquisitive house-keeper,
and Henry, the obliging butler.
Members of the cast are: Mr.
Ames, Frank Alfred; Isabel
Stuart, Genevieve Junk; Florence
Helen Saude; tfohnny White. Paul
Trublood; Aunt Ellen, Louise
Nunn; Mattie, Ella Pfeiffer; Hen
ry, Laurence Schreiber.
Miss Marlory Walker of the
Ellison-White Chautauqua bureau
is coaching the play, and Dr. R.
M. Gatke of Salem is the assist
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tion at Chemawa state that It Is
certain to be one ot the biggest
dramatic successes ever given by
a. university class.
il According to Ian Mclver, mana
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SECOND GRW1E 7-B
Clever base running on the part
of the Willamette Bearcats earned
them, a second victory over Col
lege of Puget Sound Thursday,
when the Loggers were defeated
7 to 6 despite the fact that they
outhit the local collegians. It was
a squeeze play in the seventh, ex
ecuted; by Ashby and Kaufman,
that gave the Willamette rooters
their second chance in two days
to ring the victory bell.
Willamette held the lead up to
that Inning, but the Loggers had
scored two runs in the third on
Ganero's single and Wilson's hom
er, two more in the sixth on a
single by Ginn, a double by Guest
and a sacrifice fly by Kepp, and
tied the score In the seventh when
Wilson made safe on an error and
Ginn -and Guest singled and
doubled again, respectively.
The Loggers scored In the first
Inning on a walk, an eror, a sac
rifice and a single; but Willam
ette, quickly topk the lead with
two runs in that Inning and an
other in the second.
In, the first, Roundtree walked.
Dietz was safe on a dropped fly.
they advanced" on Hank's infield
out and scored on Kaufman's
single. In the second, Ashby was
hit by a pitched ball, went to sec
ond when Robertson walked, and
scored on Dietz single.
Another, run was scored in the
third when Welch doubled, went
to third on a wild pitch and scorr
ed on a squeeze play aided by
Girod. Two were added in the
fourth on Ellis' two bagger, a
walk for Hauk. and singles by
Kaufman- and 'Welch.
Guest for the yisitors performed
creditably on the mound consid
ering that b had also pitched the
day before. Ellis of the Bearcats
pitched himself out ; of several
tight holes, and Ledbetter served
excellently in - the role . of relief
f linger, allowing only one hit In
the last two innings.
Score by Innings . ,
Puget Sound. 1 . . . 102 002 1006
Willamette . . . 211 200 10 7
Summary Two base hits,
Guest 2, DietzJ Welch, Ellis.
Home run Wilson. Sacrifice hits,
Girod, Ferguson, Kepka, Ginn.
Stolen bases, Dietz. Double plays,
Wilson t,o Kepka, Girod to Ashby
to Weleh, Welch to Girod. Bases
on balls, off Guest 2; off Ellis 2,
off Ledbetter none. Struck out.
by Guest 3; by Ellis 4, by Led
better 1. ; Wild pitches. Guest,
Ellis. .Hit batsmen, , Ashby by
Guest, Gillihan by Ledbetter.
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SALEM HIGH WIN'S
EUGENE. May 5- (AP.) Sa
lem high .defeated the Oregon
yearling baseball team with a last
inning spurt here today, 7 to "5.
The freshmen seemed to' be in no
danger, leading 5 to 2 when the
final frame began.
Score R. H. E.
Salem 7 5 4
Fresflmen - 5 10 4
Fabry and Kelly; McDonald and
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