THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1328 . " : ' ' " w The Finest Cod Liver e come no Oi i Ann msnSc SEE WINDOWS - INTERIOR New Sparfiimg FasMoims Amruvnimg BDafiflyJ MILLZRf) Good Goodts. SALEM'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE When you need to use Cod Liver Oil, you want the best that money can buy. We recommend Owl Norwe gian Cod Liver Oil as the finest ob tainable. It possesses the Strength ening Vitamin, and is Pure, Sweet and Palatable. CAPITAL DRUG STORE -pi IWMIM 405 State St. OWL AGENCY J. H. W1LLETT Phone !!9 a jr":?rM 5t- Jit W"'7 It' "V V v a-- X. v-1 V m. -m w- - ii I n x 1 I Tf that childhoods sunny smites are aafl with, you RAPTURE forever the y warmth and glow of Childhood's sunny smiles . . . . with photographs. Take your children to the family photographer at least nce a year. Kcnncll-Ellic regon BUgr Salem, Ore. 1 DHCmOGRAP HS zf jFbreze7 F8UITNUT TREES JPlgIhl Cherrv Citv Extra Select Peach Trees at Reduced Prices for a short time. Come to our Sales Yard and make your selec tions. Also a fine lot of Bartlett Pear and Other Fruit and : Nut Trees to select from. 1 . T Nursery Sale Yard S75 Bo. Hlh. Opposite lick Bro. Gre Xonery 7H nlltw from Salem O SlIftrtoB Road OFFICE FHOXE 8802; RES. 10F4 Salem High's Bid for State Hoop Title f - vt? z j p . :" -., ....-s . '.r District 6 lniv;rsily high of District 7 Salem high school. District 8 Tillamook high school. District 9 Ast-orla high school.' District 10 Washington, hijthj of Portland. - . j Officials: Ralph Coleman, O. S.! C. and Al French, Portland. - Left to right: Coach Louie Anderson; Harold Beechler, center; Homer Lyons, forward; Lee Ecker, guard; Ro'oerl Kelly, guard; Don Siegmund, forward; Ivan Kafoury, guard ; Frank Schaeffer, guard; Tom Duffy, forward; Cheney Kelly, guard. . v j And Numbers They Wear WAUiOWA DistHct 1. Lee Johnson. 1; Vandon Car rett. 2: Glen Crawford. 3; Jack Loyd. 5; Cecil Posey, 6; Herman Plass, 7; Hubert Mitchell. S; Ver da Baird, f. fMclX)UGHLIV District 2. Gilbert Olinger, 3; Phillip Rob bins. 4; Marvin Vancil. 5; Glen Crumins, 6; Lawrence Lutcher, 7; Garland N'elson. 8; John Saager. 7; Edwin Coe, 10. Til K DALLES District a. Dan Landis. 1; Cecil Kirby. 2; Tod Robinson. 3; Arthur Miller. 4; Jack McEachern, 5; Alton In gram. 6; Balfour Gibson. 7: Tom Ward. 8. MKDFORD District 4. A. Melvin. 1: E. Phlpps, 2; F. McDonald. 3: C. Garnett, 4; W. Morgan, 5; B. Hughes, 6; W. Bowerman, 7; V. Swanson, 8. MARSH FIELD District ,T Chapman. 1; Hill, 3; Liljeberg, 4; Salem. 5: Edwards. 7; Bird well. 8; Johannesen. 9; Chan, 11. UNIVERSITY HIGH District O Noval Libby. 1; Gene Burt, 2: Wilburn Jones, 3; Kerimt Stevens. 5; E. Powers. 7: Lloyd Scott, 8: L. Gardiner, 9; G. Rickebough, 10. SALEM District 7. Charles Kelley, 3; Donald Seig mund, 4; Lee Ecker. 5: Robert Kelley. 6; Harold Beechler, 7; Ivan Kafoury, 8; Homer Lyons, 9; Tom Duffy, 10. TILLAMOOK District 8. Chester Knowlton, 2; Clarence James. 3; Paul Page, 4; Bion Chapman, 5; Jerry Medcalf. 6; Keith Beul. 7; Kenneth Conover, 8; Lee Stewart, 9. , ASTORIA t District . Oliver Psonen, 1; Fred Hell berg 2; Robert Quinn, 4; Einard Wilson, 5; George Arvola. 6: Os car Hauke, 7; Wenzel Luthe, S; Roland Larson, !). washi;to-i'ortlad DLstrict lO Vincent Dolp, 1 ; Ronald Mac Pike, 6; Frank MacCartney, 7; Harold Elsman. 8: Alan Cox. 13; 'Dave Pearson, 14; Edward Lewis, jl6; Arnold Heikenen, 18. QUINTS ARRIVE FOR 4 DAY STATE HOOP MEET (Continued from page 1,1 2f30 o'clock and held a practice session on the ' university floor! from 3 to 4 o'clock in order to get ; tliA lrislra an) ctif fnAQc nut ftf I hpir I muscles after their long jaunt to the capiial city. For the first practice, they showed up well, and went through their set plays iu real fashion. Leo Johnson, 1, and Vandon Garrett. 2, attracted much attention from the side lines when (hey consistently looped field goals from mid-floor, without hardly a sincle miss. They will be strong! contenders for the championship title. Baker and La Grande were doped to win the district title, but the Wallowa hoopsters opened up an attack which couldn't be stopped and defeated both these teams with a safe margin. They will live at the new Senator Hotel while in Salem. McLoughlin union high school and Marshfield high teams were! next to enter the tournament city, late last night and r ill work out in the gymnasium this morning. Both these teams have also dem onstrated their ability as baskeU eers and have a good chance at th3 cup. They will live in Hotel Marion during their stay in Salem. Other teams will arrive early this morning. Teams and districts represented at tournament: District 1 Wallowa high school. , District 2 McLoughlin union high school. District 3 The Dalles high school. 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