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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1928
RADIO DURING 1928
Broadcasting Vastly Im
proved and Many Things
Added To Lives
THERE'S CHANCE FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT DARK HORSE
GREAT THINGS C 31 DIO
On the outlook for radio
1928, A. Atwater Kent said:
There are great things ahead
tor radio In 19X8. Prom every
standpoint I roresee a good radio
year. In 1927 there were great
atrides in every division of radio
My belief in the future extends to
rery field of the Industry for ini
proTement In one branch brings
development In others. With bet
ter broadcasting, more peoplo
wish to hear programs, therefore.
more radio receiving sets are sold
With improved mechanical fa
cil'.ties for both broadcasting and
reception, there is greater satis
faction all round.
In 1927, radio may be said to
have passed its critical stage. It
wa the period at which the in
dustry was at the turning point.
Perhaps radio might be com
pared to a child. Everyone knows
it was a lusty infant that had a
very rapid growth. First, It busied
Itself with amusement and enter
tainment features. Some of these
were quite trivial. Gradually. It
took on a more sober air. It
showed signs of amounting to
something. Then. It began to
take an important place in prac
tical affairs and In the last year
1U elders among the Industries
havo take earnest not of it. Radio
has now settled down and is doing
Its part in the work of the world.
Its potential value to every phase
or our life from entertainment,
which it will always furnish, to
the serious side of our dally busi
ness cannot well be estimated.
There are eeveral things that
stand out In radio development la
the last twelve months. Perhaps.! "Frisco" Edwards, renowned as
the most outstanding in the field j a baseball man, and Clem Kertson,
of radio reception, on which the 1 challengers for the Salem doubles
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FIRST HALF FIGHT .
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shots was the only saving grace
for the Bulldoges, who were terri
ble at free throw chances, convert
ing: only three out of seventeen.
"Waltersklrchen. who caused such
sensation as guard of Gonzaga's
football team last season, failed to
score a' single goal.
Tries for Goal Conversions
Minto : 11
Flesher 7 1
Aahby I 8 2
Cardinal : 21 8
Depoe S 2
Litchfield 4 2
Ladbetter 1 1
Hauk ; 3 1
Not a single new figure looms os the heavyweight horixon as the 1928 ring season opens. The eight
outstanding heavies, according to a general poll conducted by an eastern expert, include, besides Tun
Bey and Dempsey, Jack Sharkey, Tom Heeney, Jack Ddxaey, Johnny Risk and George Godfrey.
After these come Paolino Uzcadon, Knute Hansen and others of their caliber. Phil Scott, British heavy,
Could hare claimed a place had he remained in the U. S. What a wonderful opportunity for dark
horse, with a mule kick in both hands and some gray matter in his head, to tep into the limelight by
bowling over three or four of these boys.
KAY AND TITUS
DROP PIN TITLE
entire success of radio rests, is
the Introduction and general ac
ceptance of the house-current set.
which completely does away with
batteries. The house-current set
has come to stay.
Radio has added a new aide to
our lives. Just as did the airplane
and the automobile. It has passed
through much the same stages of
development which they encount
ered and it will become permanent
just as they have become estab
lished. Bnardcasting has improved
vastly. Of course, we shall have
always trivial programs on the
air. the same as we have varied
entertainment on the screen, but
there are more worthwhile pro
grams on the air now than ever
before. There are better facili
ties for broadcasting them and
better facilities for hearing them.
There nre millions more listeners
bowling championship, were suc
cessful over Al Titus and Ercel
Kay, champions, in a special five
game match at the bowling alley
last night. The total scores were
1942 to 1819.
Clem Kertson averaged over
200 for each game and reaahed
the remarkably high total of 1014.
Edwards was second with 928,
Titus, third with 920, and Kay
last with 899.
Both challengers and champions
were cheered mightily by a large
crowd of fans who gathered to
view the match.
Sees Famous "Ghosts"
South's New Hope
LONDON (AP. The Countess
of Tankerville is authority for this
ghost story. She told it at a din
ner of the Lyceum club.
i Her family seat. ChillinghaE'
and a greatly increased number oCaste Belforii Northumberland,
purposes for which radio is era- credited with havin a ehos:
Lady Tankerville had never seei
the ghost, although skeletons had
been found under her bedroom.!
until one day shortly after the
war. She was looking out of her
TO O. S. C. FIVE
CORVALLIS. Jan. 14. (AP)
The Oregon State Aggies defeat
ed Whitman college 34 to 27 In
rough-and-tumble basketball game
here tonight in which three play
ers were forced from the contest
because of personal fouls, with
Whitman scoring eleven points on
free throws. Wascher, Aggie
guard, Buck. Whitman guard and
Woods, forward for Whitman
The Aggies led 15 to 10 at half
time. With but eight minute to
play. Whitman tied the score when
the Aggie defense weakened. In
the closing minutes of play, the
Aggie five went out In front again
to win a rough shod victory.
Gonzaga Tries for goal Convex.
Willamette (39) Gonzaga (86)
Litchfield 4 P. Jovick 6
Ashby 4 P.... McCarvel 2
Cardinal 16 C Berrilla I
Hauk! 2 O Kennedy 1
Ledbetter 2 k O Walter-
I , klrchen l
Substitutions: Wllamette De
poe (7) gleaner (i) Tweeaie,
Glass, Winslo, Mlnto (2).
Gonzaga Le Veaux (10)' Mag
Referee Ralph Coleman, O. S.
The game was attended by a
large crowd of ton people and
students. The entire Salem high
school team watched the play.
In a preliminary game, the Ath
enians walked over the Silverton
town team in a game which end
ed with the score standing 49 to
24. The Athenians had strength
ened their customary line-up with
Duffy and Lyons, high school
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time later signed to pitch for and
manage the Newark team of the
International league at a salary of
120,000 per year.
The week-end of October 22
saw Michigan University open its
giant stadium by seating 87.000
folk to witness the game with
Ohio State. Michigan was victor
ious. 21 to 0.
Chicago defeated Penn's eleven
at Chicago after years of effort.
Yale defeated the Army, 10 to 6.
And along with the news of
glorious achievements or the field
of athletics came word of the tra
gic death of Ross Young, former
Giant outfieldlng star.
The final week-end of the month
hands of Illinois, a victory which
gave the Illlnl the inside track to
the Big Ten title, which they kept.
Southern California met and de
feated California, rated as the
"wonder team" of the coast, IS to
Harvard basked in the intersec
tions! limelight by defeating Indi
ana, and Nebraska trounced Syra
cuse at Lincoln, Neb.. In the first
of two big intersections! games
there. New York University fell
before the westerners In November.
Tommy Murphy, dean of Grand
Circuit drivers, stepped out of the
sulky, for good after 20 years at
the top of the light harness game
and the famous Pop Gears' closest
rival. Murphy had won over
$2,090,000 in purses during his
Through for Good
BAYES LUCKY IF HE
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land a sock to the Jaw
might be a sleep giver.
Eugene Criqui, former world's
featherweight champion, who has
failed in his chance to comeback.
The once-wonderful French fight
er was so badly beaten in a recent
fight in France that he quit in the
Riddle of the sixth round.
The difference between graham
flour and whole-wheat Jlour la
that graham flour is made from
the entire wheat kernel; whole
wheat flour from the kernel with
the outer layer of bran removed,
according to an answered question
Fans can be assured that tl: -i
will be no decisions like one gn a
on the- last card, as long as T r:i
Loutitt Is referee. The boxing co:.
mission did well to hire this co
petenti fellow, the squareet auj
best Bked aposXns' official in t:.
Hiring Loutitt, brings to . i
a 'little Incident that occured ,a
Portland several years ago. u.
A. C. was playing Washing n
State a football game on Mult
nomah field. The game was si
In starting, because of a wraru
as to who should officiate. Wash
ington objected to every suggs
tion O. A C. made.
. Flnaur. tne Aggies gave up
desnalr and told Washington St
to select whomever they J an
sitting In the stand and shout, i
"There's the fellow we want." T :::
was called aown. tie rerer
muchto the satisfaction of ev--.-.
one. And by the way. Loutit: u
an O. A. C. grad. The Oran
men won 9 to 0, but not by ..r.y
help from Tom.
MJSDFORD WINS 48-
MEDFORD, Jan. 14. (AT
The Medford high school basf
ball team, composed of six-foot -;
defeated Grants Pass high
Grants Pass tonight 48 to 6.
OF RIFLE CLUB
DEFEATS C. P. S.
ployed. There is stabilization in
every field of the industry.
Recognition by th great lead
ers in the musical, political, indus
trial, educational, financial and
religious worm is a sure maica-. window and suddenly through the
yon ortne importance ana perma- foliage aaw a castle and parapet.
apparently just a ssolid as 'the
nency of Radio. There can te no
doubt of that. The only question
should be. now, that we have this
powerful medium, how are we go
ins to use it for the greatest good
of the greatest number of people
for the greatest length of time.
Souvenirs of Napoleon
On Display In Berlin
BERLIN. (AP) An exhibi
tion of Napoleon souvenirs was
arranged In connection with the
recent showing of the "Napoleon"
I film in Berlin by F. M. Ktrchel
Ms, who has made the study of
the great little Corslcan his life's
The collection of historical me
mentos was -derived from various
sources, am oar others from the
well-known Venettisch and Verch
collections. There was a well
preserved title deed from the year
1792 bearing the signatures of the
deputies from Arras, including
that of RObesplerre. Among many
parts of uniforms, weapons, hel
snets. etc.. a high red Jacobins'
oan with a faded cockade attract
ed -much attention.. A rare find
was an uncnt leaf of French rev
olutionary aesicnats, or emergency
jmper money, showing that at the
tlm French currency had dap re-'
elated to a 344th part of its nom
A eat by Groe depicted Napo
leon reviewing his troops in the
Lastgarten of Berlin in 1104. A
white shirt. itOl immaculate, worn
by Napoleon and taken from his
carriage by the Fteldmarshal von
Blneeher after the battle or Wat
erloo and a proclamation by Blne
eher in Brussels on Jane 1th,
1815 were also appreciate A
unique relic was a permit of the
town-mayor of St. Helena of the
year 1832 entitling the bearer to
Tlslt the grave of Napoleon and to
tear "one leaf from the adjoining
willow tree as a souvenir.
room in which she was sitting. A
lady clad as a Dominican abbess
walked on the parapet followed by
a richly-clad handsome man who
had his hand on his sword hilt.
He in turn was followed by two
men in the costumes of the period
of Henry the Eighth. These i two
men seemed to be talking in a
treacherous manner about the
other man. The lady knelt, and
Lady Tankerville. thinking' ehe
was about to see a tragedy, called
, The latest white hope to be of-(
fered by the south is Addison
Exum Warren, University of
North Carolina graduate, who has
just cast his lot with the profes
sionals and has signed with Jimmy
Bronson, New York manager.
.Warren is a light heavy.
out. May I help you my friends?
There was no reply, but when
the man with his hand on the hilt
of his sword turned Lady Tanker
ville saw he had the face of her
husband, but wore the clothing of
400 years ago.- Then the whole
scene faded. Upon examining old
books In the library ofrthe castle
Lady Tankerville found material
which assured her that what she
bad seen bore direct relation to
events which had happened at the
castle centuries before.
NEW CHAMPION OF GERMAN ICE
SEATTLE, Jan. 14 (AP)
The University of Washington de
feated the College of Puget Sound
31 to 20 in a non-conference bas
ketball game here tonight.
Washington, using its second
and third string men, led through
out the play and at no time was
threatened by the Tacoma quintet.
Jaloffy, sub forward was high man
for the university with 10 points.
Crow led with 9 points for the
The universitl's first confer
ence game of tie season will be
with Washington State college
here a week from tonight.
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At CorvalHs: Oregon State 24;
Whitman college 27.
At Stanford : U. of California at
Los Angeles 28; Stanford 22.
At Pasadena: Pomona college
38: California Institute of Tech
At Colorado Springs: Colorado
College 64; Western States SS.
At Denver: Denver U. 46; U.
of Wyoming 18.
At Milwaukee: Marquette 2C;
At Stillwater, Okla.: Oklahoma
Aggies SI; Kansas 34.
At Columbia. Mo.: Iowa State
28: Missouri 62.
At Ann Arbor: Michigan i-, In
A hotel manager going along a
corridor saw a kneeling bootblack
cleaning a pair of shoes outside a
"Haven't I told, you never to
clean shoes in the corridor, but to
take tham downstairs?"
"Yes. sir: but the man in this
room is a beotenman ana ne is
hanging onto the shoe laces."
D. H. M os her, local tailor, has
been elected president of the Sa
lem rifle club. All other officers
The need for a new range for
small bore rifle shooting was
brought up at the annual meeting.
At present, the riflemen use the
basement of the Salem armory
but this Is usually occupied by
fiahters In training when the
clubmen wish to practice.
A new range on the outskirts
of the city may be selected.
W. S. C. CRUSHED
BY MONTANA 5
MISSOULA. Mont.. Jan. 14.-
(AP). Montana State University
Gribblies slaughtered the Wash
ington State college basketball
team in the opening coast confer
ence game here tonight with a 40
to 16 score.
The Grizzlies took an early lead
and ran wild In the second half.
10 Round Main Event
Portland's Slugging Bantam
126 Lbs., of Salem
18 OTHER ROUNDS OF FIGHTING
Wed., Jan. 18-Armory
8 :30 Sharp
Effective January 10, 1928
Tremendous Blast Set
Off In City of Seattle
SAN FRANCISCO In theeoa-
tlnuou game between moonabin
era and prohibition agent ,1a San
Francisco, the moonaMnert have
lipped one over Some on of Uteir
number has conceived an automat
ic etOL .wfticfc doe . not rreuirt
constant attendance. Police hare
discovered tab la raid on a
moonshine plant. Tbey broke Into
the pUce and tonnd U oaim go
ing lull Wait, 11.. , -
ffim Majka U winner of tn titU fa the lO-nekr ice w at
peet of the Berlin Skating dab at Fntaarif mJk.
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 14.
(AP). Seattle residents hurry
ing home from dances and thea
tera early this morning were
frightened by 'the explosion of a
bomb under the fire escape of the
Palaee-HIp theater that ehook the
downtown district and shattered
windows within a radius of 800
feet. Police are working on the
theory that the bomb was set by
a former employe of the theater
who was angered by his dismissal
They are also investigating a re
port that the management of the
show houee has been declared
"unfair to labor."
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