The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 29, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1927
FIGHTEBS ftLL SET
Fill
TONIGHT'S BOXING CARD
Main event, lO rounds Ad
Mackie, .Portland, v. ,-J'hil
Bayes, Salem I
Semi-wind ap, O round.
Ted Fox, Independence vs.
' Andy Joroji, Monitor.
SecUil event,- 4 rounds
" Raymond Snyder, Monitor vs.
. ' Eddta Graham, Salem
SHt ial event,. 4 rounds
v-my Martel, Ktayton, vs. Bal
ding Horey, Independence.
Special event,. 4 rounds
Euueiie Warren, opiHnent not
jet certain.
Ad ""Mackie and Phil Bayes are
all .set to step" Into the boxing
arena tonight to decide which has
the greater ability -in exchanging
f isticuffw-Btthk.lboys are confi
dent of Jyning the" main event on
the 2&,rbund boxing program at
thefftfoty tonight, and both in
tended' put up a terrific battle to
jusitfy their optimism.
Portland backers . and Match
maker Plant believe Mackie will
set the nod overBayes tonight.
bwt'Phil is equally emphatic in his
belief that Mackie will not. Bayes
isn't - underestimating his oppon
ent. he says, but he has, been
training! earefully for the past
two .weeks in preparation for the
event, and he indicates that he
would not havfli-signed to meet
Mackie, had he not believed him
self able to win.
Mackie will arrive here rhis af
ternoon for a short work-out in
the armory, before entering the
ring against Bayes.
Raymond Snyder, of Monitor,
and Eddie Graham have been
signed to box a four round spe
cial went. Graham, who is a
pupil of -Bayes, recently earned
a nod over Snyder at Independ
ence. These boys are popular
fighters wherever they appear.
t Tony Martel, of Stayton, will
box four rounds with Battling
Florey. Martel scored a knock
out over Danny Morrison of Inde
pendence at a recent bout in that
city, and is rated as a tough op
ponent. . Eugene Warren has been signed
to meet somebody tonight In a
four round event. Matchmaker
Plant was unable last night defi
nitely to announce Warren's op
ponent, but he will be a worthy
competitor.
The semi-windup on the bill be
tween Ted Fox and Andy Joreg is
arousing considerable interest.
Fox drew a decision oyer Joreg
at the recent Independence show,
and Joreg Is said to" be out for re
taliation. Whatever happens,
these boya will put up , a great
show. . ; ' , . ' ' - ''
The way seats; have bee-oihg-the
past few days, there will be
a great crowd, augmented, in great
part by Porttendera : who will be
in Salem for Portland day at the
state fair. $&r''--
The bouts will start promptly
:3 P- m- Stanley FrVei local
jToxing Instructor, is the- official
referee.
LIGHTS GO OUT WHEN
WINNERS ANNOUNCED
(Continued from Page One)
ownvr of a string of the finest
hnrsft in the west, again exper
ienced unusual successes, secur
ing five of these, blues last eve
ning. i The second event of the prof-ram.
entering the splendid
hat I;ney pair. Stella Vane and
Buckley Vedie. was scratched
much to the disappointment of a
number of horse lovers who had
.'loped to see Stella Vane, a horse
that has not yet been shown in
th local tanbark ring.
A game of musical chairs, al
ways received enthusiastically by
?he crowd was added to the pro
gram -which closed with a colorful
ir:H given by the members of ttie
Portland Hunt club under the di
rection of Harry Kerron. Gene
vleve Howard of Salem and Sheri-
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daily schedules. Stop-overs al
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carefully handled."
See snowy Cascades, Aft. Shas
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Our agent will" help plan your,
trip make reservations give
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COMING
CUve
BroK,Oeorgc Bancroft
-
dan gave a group of vocal num
bers in conjunction with the band.
Horses from other Portland
stables as well as from Seattle
and Tigard offered Keen competi
tion iu every class, and a partic
ularly fine string of beutiful
horses were showy lust evening.
Much amusement was occasion
ed when two of th vehicles in
the roadster to bicycle event had
trouble with their tires ;md at
least one driver proved himself
expert and adept.
The complete list of ribbon
winners in the various events in
cluded: Event 1 Six-in-hand draft
team fcFirst prize. Portland Da
mascus Milk company; second.
McCroskey and White of (lar
field. Washington: third. G. M.
Burge of Albany; fourth, II. W.
Merratt, Rosalia. Washington.
Kvent 2 Ladies' Five-Raited
saddle horse First prize. W. F.
Turner. Portland; second, Mrs.
C. Edward GreMe. Portland;
third, Mrs. Leroy K. Fields, ii
gard; fourth. Barbara Allen, Port
land. Event 3 Heavyweight Hunt
ersFirst prize, Aaron M. Frank
of Portland: second. Aaron M.
Frank, Portland; third. Xatt Mc
Dougall, Portland; fourth, Dr.
and Mrs. J. H. Held, Portland.
Event 5 Heavy Harness Pon
ies First prize, Aaron M. Frank.
Portland: second, Aaron M.
Frank, Portland.
Event B Three-gaited saddle
First prize, Frank MeDermott.
Seattle, Washington; second. C.
H. Chavell, Seattle;- third, Mrs.
C. H. Wheeler, Portland; fourth,
G. L. A. Lauer, Seattle; fifth,
Mrs. Claude Starr, Portland;
sixth, Lewis R.Banks, Portland;
seventh, Lewis it. ' Banks, Portland-
.
' Event 7 Roadster to Bike
First prize, , Aaron M. Frank,
Portland; second, Dr. R. A. Quig
ley, Everett, Washington; third,
Lewis R. Banks, Portland;" fourth,
H. M. Kerron. Garden Home.
Event 8 Five-gaited pairs
First prize, G. L. A. Lauer, Seat
le; second. Mrs. C. Edward
Grelle. Portland.
Event 9 Heavyweight Harness
Horses, single First prize. Aaron
M. Frank. Portland; .second
Aaron M. Frank, Portland.
Event 10 Lightweight Hunt
ers First prize, Aaron M. Frank,
Portland; second, Aaron M
Frank, Portland; third. Dr. and
Mrs. J. H. Held, Portland, fourth,
Natt McDougall, Portland.
HUSBAND GETS ALIMONY
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 28.
(APJ Mrs. Daisy Lorentzen to
day became a claimant to the dis
tinction of being the first woman
to pay her husband alimony under
the new California law. By so
doing she escaped the sadder dis
tinction of being the first woman
in the state to be punished for
-rontempt of court because of de-"
linquent alimony payments.
Mrs. Lorentzen was held guilty
of contempt of court yesterday
when it was shown she had failed
to obey a $!0 a month alimony
order won by her husband, H. J.
Lorentzen. Lorentzen, who ob
tained the alimony award on testi
mony that his wife always had
taken his earnings as a cattleman
leaving him penniless, showed in
court that that she had a $4,000
:ank account.
She was ordered to appear in
court today for sentence but be
fore the time of her sceduled ap
pearance, her attorney turned over
the delinquent $50 and counsel
fees to the court.
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TO THE OREGON THEATER
and Evelyn. Drnt irv the -Paramount Pxdurc UacLcrworldL
A Kcctorlurrituir Production. rr 5- .
"Bobby Jones says you can't
succeed at anything if you let
up. Not if you ve got three
kids, and a new ice box on
tick."
.
THEATER SHOWS
FIGHTS; RAIDED
MAXAfJKU AM) 7 EMPTXTVES
AUItESTED IN FRISCX
I'rofrrnui Slopped .lust as Sornl
RouikI Start Monoy
Given Hack
SAN" FRANCISCO, Sept. 2 8.
(AP) A San Francisco theater
manager and seven of his em
ployes wqre arrested here today
on federal, warrants, charging
them with violating the interstate
commerce act Deacuse they were
showing the Tunney-Dempsy fight
films. Tex Rickard. fight pro
moter was also named in the ac
tion and a telegraphic warrant
sent to New Yoik for his arrest.
The arrests were made under a
law prohihiting transportation of
fight films from one state to an
other. Assistant District Attorney Eu
gpne Bennett said today that after
the government haspsurveyed the
rase further it may arrest Gene
Tunaey, Jack Dempsey and their
managers and that they might he
brought here for trial.
Those arrested hre were W. C.
Cullen, manager of the Capitol
theater, where the film was
shown; Sol Pincus, press agent;
James Ilaswell, ticket taker; Mrs.
Mary Rose, cashier; Betty Baker
and Joe Wells, ushers; Myer
Goodwin, electrician, and Thomas
Merritt, picture operator.
The arrests were mad-! just as
the picture ran into Uuj second
round of the fight- More than
3 00 persons were in thp theater
at the time. The picture was
stopped and money on tickets re
funded to the spectators.
Nurse and Rector Very
Chummy, Say Attorneys
ENID, Okla., Sept. 28 (AP)
Evidence to show affectionate re
lations existed between the Rev.
Charles Bailey and Miss Mary At
kinson, 26 year old nurse, was in
troduced today at the preliminary
hearing of the young woman on
a cahrge of poisoning the minis
ter's 18 year old daughter, Mary
Jane.
Stewart Bailey. 1 6. brother of
the dead girl, testified that on
more than one occasion he saw
the nurse kiss his father. This
was soon after the death of the
minister's wife, which preceded
that of Mary Jane by -less than
two weeks.
Three doctors, testifying for the
state, asserted that Mary Jane
Bailey showed symptoms of having
been administered an overdose of
mixed drugs. The girl died early
this month after being attended
by Miss Atkinson. The other Bai
ley children became mysteriously
ill but recovered. Miss Atkinson
had been a guest in the '-Bailey
home for some time before the
death of Mrs. Bailey and , her
daughter.
The state alleges Miss Atkinson
killed Mary Jane because the 18
year old girl objected to the
nurse's attention to Dr. Bailey.,..
WINS ON FOCL
BELLING HAM, Wash., Sept.
28 (AP) Madison Dix, Belling
ham, 140 pounder, won on a foul
in the fourth round of a scheduled
six-round main event of a boxing
program Here ' tonight after - Hal
Reese, negro of Portland, had been
warned twice by tne referee. i
ABIE'S IRISH ROSE
PLEASES IH SALEM
Play Has Legitimate Rea
sons for Record Run in
New York, Verdict Here
Ry Ralph C. Curtis
Just what was the appeal that
kept "Abbie's Irish Rose" on
Broadway week in and week out
for seven years? That was the
question in the minds of the crowd
of Salem people who turned out to
see the play at the Capitol theatre
last night, and they went away
satisfied that New York audiences
know real entertainment, in spite
of all that the critics have hinted
to the contrary.
Of course, Jewish and Irish
people are not lacking in New
York, and the racial appeal un
doubtedly had much to do with
the play's popularity. Anne Nich
ols knew how to embroil the two
races or nationalities if you pre
fermake fun of them both and
still wind up with everybody satis
fied. That very thing is what
stirred the wratfi of the learned
critics.
But there is much more to
"Abie's Irish Rose." Th'ere is a
steady fire of real camtfyf nd a
perfectly balanced plot.',' Wfien
nothing but a pair of twiRSrbuld
L pterY"fhn.aIaAiS6tk thing,
iae ftutflwiBironareo, xwins.
iWore Important. Irian all that,
however, is the appeal to racial
and religious tolerance which
raises the play from mere enter
tainment to the status of a stage
sermon and the ap.peal is based
on real,, justifiable sentiment, not
on sentimentality as the cynical
parfgraphers intimated.
The cast that presented the
play here handled the fast mov
ing story with exceptional ability,
with especial honors falling to
James R. Waters and Ada Jaffee
as the Cohens, and F. B. Hersome
and Ray L. Royee a-s the kindly
rabbi and priest, respectively.
ROME WELCOMES YANKS
Legionnaires Parade Through
Streets; Pope Greeted
ROME. Sept. 28. (AP) Rome
extended open arms today to the
260 members of the American Le
gion headed by National Com
mander Howard P. Savage, who
made the pilgrimage to Eternal
City. The celebration of the le
gionnaires visiptook on various
forms, friAwiiieh: the friendship of
Italy for America was warmly
demonstrated.
Seer It Now
Oregon Theatre
' SALEM ARMORY
Phil Bayes vs. Ad Mackie
Salem
10 3 Minute Rounds ,
Semi
TED FOX vs
Snappy
28 Rounds of
. '
YUUIU.UI.IJ W JMLM 1 himh
I . FOB KKIES.GIE
S
As though, tackling a big school
like University" of Washington -was
not enough, the ..Willamette uni
versity Bearcats" this - week have
suffered casualties which make
their Knowing against the Huskrie
Saturday even more dubious than
it appears on the face of the mat
ter,
Three men who had been count
ed on to be mainstays of the back-
field and two nf the most promis
ing end candidates, will be unable
to play; they are out so definitely
that thev will not eVen make the
trip to Seattle.
These are McKenzle. Lang and
Zeller, backfield lettermen; Char
les DePoe and Glass, ends. In ad
dition Mort. who has been playing
regularly at center, is injured, but
may be able to play part of the
game.
ednesday's long scrimmage
practice, the last before the game
at Seattle Saturday, showed "that
the squad is capable, in spite of
the list of injuries, to put up a
terrific fight aga'nst the Huskies,
possibly-to hold them to some
thing like the 2S to 0 score that
they ran up last year after being
held scoreless for nearly three per
iods. But the Bearcats, with plenty
of promising material, -are devel
oping slowly thi;5 year more
slowly than they did last year, be
cause Coach" Spec" Keene and his
assistants. Joe. Kasberger, "Red"
Penman and Lestle Sparks,. are
planning for the Northwest con
ference season and not worrying
about what theJHuskies may do.
It is also triiethat more new men
are being used ih the regular, line
up than were at this time last
year, when Keene. working alone,
had no alternative but to relv on
the lettermen that Ooaeh Rathbun
had bequeathed" to Jiim.
Keene was unable last night to
announce his starting lineup, nor
even the list of men why would j
make the trip.' Twenty-two play
ers wiJl be taken in addition to
Keene, Graduate Manager Sparks
and Ivan White, manager of foot
ball. The squad will leave Salem at
6; 07 o'clock Friday morning.
Coast League Standing
: O
Pet.
.617
.532
.528
.506
.497
.462
.434
.409
W.
117
109
.97
. .96
. .92
L.
73
87
87
94
93
Oakland . . . .
San Francisco .
Seattle
acramento . .v.
iPoRtland
sHoliywod
,87 103
ltsioa . 84 106
SLofi-sgeles 79112
AT SAN FRANCISCO: Portland
Missions 0
I AT LOS ANGELES: Seattle 10:
Hollywood 3.
AT OAKLAND: San Francisco
Oakland 1. ,
AT SACRAMENTO: Sacrament
Jo 13; Los Angeles 5.
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FILM SHOWN IN DETROIT
Championsliip Bout Between Tun-
ney- and Dempsey Displayed
t ;
DETROIT, Sept. 28. fAP
lotion pictures, of the Dempsey-
i unney rigm went on display in a
dozen downtown theaters here to
day despite threats of federal ac
tion. Owners declared there is
nothing in the federal law that
prohibits interstate transportation
of the films, to prevent exhibition.
6f prints made after the original
films reach the state.
. The original film reached here
last 'flight and after a number of
print were made the transported
film was surrendered to federal
authorities.': p ,f .. ... -
SUN SPOTS STUDIED 1
1 LENINGRAD,., RUSSIA. Sept.
28. (AP) .A&tronomers dri the
Leningrad baeffratory are study
ing a group yf gigantic spots lo
cated lnt,he center -of the sun near
the equator. 'om& of these spots,
hey report, are several times big
ger than the earth.
fives up to its
j-eXCittngtitlef
Portland
Winduir
ANDY JEREG
Prtiminary
Boxing; Scheduled
Li -" -
Story-Fold Here of 17
- Bloodedlforses
v i
..With 28 minutAs'In which to
make siding 30 miles distant, be
fore a limited reached it, a Can-'
adian National train bearing a
load of blooded horses and race
track men bound for the Winni
peg ' races leaped the track and
crashed over an - embankment.
Seventeen race horsea were killed
outright, and many othrs severely
injured. -"
This was the story told yester
day at the fair grounds by L. Gal
braith, a former Salem man, who
has a number of entries in the
running races this year." .The ac
cident occurred June 11 near
Alsace, Alta.. a few miles from
Calgary. Galbraith sustained three
broken ribs, a broken hand, and
a wrenched back; and was the' only
one of 170 men on the train ser
iously injured.
Galbraith was. associated In
Salem some years ago with A. C.
McLaughlin, of Independence, tn
the race horse breeding business.
with headquarters at the fair
grounds. Three years ago the
grounds were closed to race
horses, and Galbraith moved to
Canada, where he has taken up
a similar occupation.
The Canadian National train,
according to Galbraith, was en
deavoring to reach Winnipeg
ahead of a C. P. R. train also
bearing a load of horses,' so that',
me best accomodations could be
secured. The train was speeding
at a rate of 60 miles an hour when
it jumped the track on a slight
curve. Suffering of the horses
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was a pathetic sight, heads. and
out of the shattered cars.' :Some
legs of several of. them, sticking
were thrown clear for a constderr
able distance. V v
Galbraith haa a number of snap
shots which portray graphically
the scenes mediately following the
wreck. MoBtjOf the men" on the
train were "on the tail end car
which was not .shattered, and so
escaped-injury. r
The ld race track man has
been connected with racing at
Salem fairs since 1890. He was
part owner . of Vulcan, a gray
horse 'which one time established
a new record here in a one mile
hurdle race. He declares he
helped train Phillips, the " "well
known jockey-who won eight
straight races in California arid
Nevada some years ago. He also
helped to break Louie Lachmund
a running horse entered in" Vaces
here-for race track purposes sev
eral years ago. The horse is now
said to be' 14 years of age, and
still in the running.
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PMted'elphla 9 . 61
Washington -....8 4 60
Detroit -m: . .84 I 69
Ohicagy 4 r. 6 6 S 2
Cleveland .5 84
St. Louis .. . . . 57 91
Boston , : . . . .V;'.". .5 101
.593
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V44
.436
.385
.331
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U.
58
60
70
67
77
87
92
99'
Pet.
.608
.603
.563
C55
.483
.420
.383
.336
Pittsburgh ... .. . , ..93
St. LouU .91
New York . ...... 90
Chicago . . .'. i. . . ; . .85
Clnclnnatti '.. : . . 72
Brooklyn 68
Bostdn ' r : . . i . . .:57
PhUadelphia . 50
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