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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1928
1 WEEKS Mill
FOB VALLEY LEAGUE
Seven weeks of play remain in
the present schedule of the Wil
lamette Talley baseball league.
Next Sunday Salem goes to Cot
tage Grove. Bend crosses the
mountains to play the Alecs-at
Albanr. and Eugene clays at
Follow in e is the remainder of
May 27 Bend at Salem. Albany
at Wendling. Cottage Grove at Eu
June 3. Wendling at Bend. S:.
lem at Eugene, Cottage Grove at
June 10. Eueene at Bend. Sa
lem at Wendling, Albany at Cot
June 24. Cottage1 Grove at Sa
lem, Bend at Wendling, Eugene at
July 1. Salem at Bend. Wend
ling at Albany, Eugene at Cottage
Following are the present bat
ting averages for the league:
Russell, p 2 2
Fleury. cf 16 10
Beck, p 12 6
Sullivan, lb 15
Shackman, If ...... .11
Ridings, ss ........ 14
Keber, 2b -13
Gill, rf 16
Edwards, e 8
Burge, 3b 4 3 .750
Eubanks, c 6 4 .667
Hepting. If 10 6 .600
Wood, lb 8 4 .500
Allen, rf 9 4 .4 4 4
Rentfrow. 2b 10 4 .400
Bigbee. cf ... 9 3 .333
Young, o 9 3 .333
Trummer. ss 7 1 .143
Blackwell, rf .6 2 .333
Wilkerson. c 13 4 .308
Hecker. 2b -13 4 .30
Jenks, If .. 14 3 .214
Smith, 2b 8 1 .200
Schroeder, p 8 1 .200
Coleman, p 6 1 .16.
McReynolds. lb 13 2 .154
Fortier, p 6 0 .000
Haight. 3b ........4 0 .000
Knickerbocker, ss ....3 0- .000
Winters, p 4 0 .000
Faust, 3b 3 0 .000
Fatterson .... 1 0 .00i
Helmcke, c .. 8 3 .417
Coates, p 5 2 .4 00
Mosier, If 11 3 .273
King, ss 11 2 .182
Bilderback, lb .... ..12 2 .167
Cox, 3b 9 I .111
White, cf .... 12 1 .077
Ciuthan, ss 12 lr .077
Wicks, It 4 0 .00,0
Taylor, rf 1 0 .000
Nelson, rf ....S 0 .000
Hardisty. rf ....... 6 0 .000
Dumaschofsky, rf 5 c .000
Amburu. p 5 0 .00C
Chaffee, rf .....1 0 .000
Matthews, rf ............... .1 0 .000
Emmons, ss 7 3 .429
Hill, lb 13 5 .385
Ellinger, c 8 3 .375
Derscham, p 3 1 .333
Smith, c 7 2 .286
-Phillips Milk of Magnesia"
Better than Soda
Hereafter, instead of soda take
a little "Phillips Milk of Magne
sia in water any time for indi
gestion or sour, acid, gassy stom
ach, and relief will come instant
For fifty years genuine "Phillips
Milk of Magnesia ' has been pre
scribed by physicians because it
overcomes three times as much
acid in the stomach as a saturated
solution of bicarbonate of soda,
leaving the stomach sweet and
free from all gases. It neutralizes
acid fermentations in the bowels
and gently urges the souring waste
from the system without purging.
Besides, It is more pleasant to take
than soda. Insist upon "Phillips."
Twenty-five cent and fifty cent
bottles, any drugstore. "Milk of
Magnesia" has been the U. S. Reg
istered Trade Mark of The Charles
II. Phillips Chemical Co. and its
predecessor Charles H. Phillips
since 1875. Adv.
FRIDAY, MAY 18 8:30 P. M.
Frankie Lewis, Salem
George Hval, Portland
10 Three Minute Roan da 10
GAR WATTENBERGER, Independence
CHICK HALL, Portland
BLX Three-BIinute Rounds SIX
Election Returns Giren Between Boats
3 - OTHER BOUTS - 3
W li Pet
W L Pet.
Portland 20 24 .455
Missions 19 24 .442
Oakland 18 26 .409
8eattle .-14 29 .326
Holly 'd 28 1 .63ft)
Sac to -27 17 .614
San P. .36 18 .591
Loa A 23 21 .511
W L, Pet.1 W X, Pet.
Chiear 19 12 .613Brookl' 14 13 .519
rinrinn IB 12 ROO Plttlb C 13 1 .
St. L. 18 12 .600 Boston
li. Y. .13 11 .542;Philad.
W .. Pet
N. T 21 5 .808! Boston
Philad. 16 7 .696 Wat h.
Clevel'd 18 13 .581j Detroit
St. Lo. 15 16 .48lChicago
W li Pet
13 13 .444
12 22 .353
. 10 20 .333
COAST BOOSES YESTEXDAY
At 8acramento: Portland 10; Sacra
3i en to 7. ...
At Oakland: Seattle 7; Oakland 3.
At San Francisco: San Francisco 4;
lolly wood 2. w .
At Los Angeles: Lot Angeles 7; Mil
iiont 6. (11 innings).
AMERICAN SOOBES YE8TEB.DAY
At Bolton: Bo Hon 5; Detroit 4. (11
At' Philadelphia: Philadelphia 15;
Only two American ramea schednled.
NATIONAL SCORES TESTEBDAT
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh postponed,
Hot ton at ft. Louis postponed, rain.
Only two National came scheduled.
McQueen, If .... -.12 3 .250
J. Angst, If 16 6 .250
3. Angst, rf 12 3 .250
vforgan, cf - 14 3 .214
Jlank, 3b 12 2 .167
ricck, 2b ... 9 1 .111
Merchant, p 1 0 .000
lubbell, p . 9 0 .000
Jellars. rf 0 .000
lollins. ss 3 0 .000
Bishop, p 2 1 .500
Mulligan. 3b 3 1 .333
Sorsby, If ---11 3 -273
Manerud. rf 8 2 .250
Bliss, c .. 8 2 .250
Van Duyne, 3b.. 9 2 .222
3urlon, p 9 2 .222
Wirth, 2b 5 1 .200
lusband, lb . 8 1 .125
7. Reinhart 10 1 .100
iraham. lb 6 0 .000
Delp, p 1 0 .000
Brunier, ss ....... 3 0 .000
GOES 2 ROUNDS
HUNSTANTON. England. May
16. (AP) Miss Glenna Collett,
'ormer women's golf champion of
he United States, swept through
wo rounds of the British wom
an's title event Monday.
The American girl, one of the
ame's longest hitters, used her
ability to drive the ball through
he win dto good advantage in de 1
eating Mile. Simone Thion de la
Chaume, the French girl who holds
the British title, and Miss Shirley
Lamplough, 18 year old English
The first round match which
brought the star American and
French entries together was a see
iaw affair finally won at the 17th,
three up and one to play. In the
afternoon a very tired Glenna play
ad excellent goif to win from her
younger and less experienced op
ponent, with little effort, seven up
ind six to play. The English girl
-on only one hole.
WILBUR F. COEN
WINS AT TENNIS
ST. LOUIS, May 16. (AP).
Wilbur F. "Junior" Coen, Kansas
City, defeated Wilmer Allison of
Fort Worth, Texas, in the first
match of the Davis cup tennis
trials at the Triple A courte here
today. The match was decided
by 4-6. 7-5. 9-7, 4-6. -3.
Rain delayed completion of the
match making it necessary to
postpone the contest scheduled
between Arnold Jones of Provi
dence. R. I., and John Hennessey
of Indianapolis, until tomorrow.
LEEDS. England. May 16
(AP) 111 luck pursued the North
and South American golf profes
slonals in the Yorkshire evening.!
News thousand guineas tourna
ment today. Bill Melhorn, Larry
Nabholtx and Jose Jurado all
failed to qualify for match plsy.
A like fate befell some British
stalwarts. Including Harry Vert
don, Abe Mitchell, Arthur. Havers
and Alex Herd.
W. H. Daviea of Prenton headed
the qualifying list with an aggre
gate of 143.
Here we are. Frankie Lewis,
140 pounds, who will trade fisti
cuffs with George Hval of Portland
in the 10 round main event at the
local armory tomorrow night. He
is better than ever and confident
of defeating his opponent.
i mm RESULT
SACRAMENTO. May 16 (AP)
Taking advantage of two errors
that paved the way for eight runs,
Portland evened the series with
Sacramento here today by garner
ing 10 runs to seven for the Sen
ators. Vinci had two bad Innings
bue would have emerged with
less runs against him had not his
Score: R. H. E.
Portland 10 11 2
Sacramento 7 15 2
French, Couch and Ainsmith;
Vinci, Singleton and Severeid.
Angels Nose Oat Missions
LOS ANGELES. May 16.
(AP). A home run on the first
ball pitched by Clyde Barfoot in
the 11th inning gave Los Angeles
a 7 to 6 victory over the Missions
today. Barfoot cracked Rudolph's
heave over the fence.
Four other homers featured the
free hitting affair, being cracked
out by Hood, Hannah, Weis and
Score: R. H. E.
Missions 6 12 2
Los Angeles 7 15 4
Davenport, Ludolph and Whit
ney; Barfoot and Hannah, Sand
berg. Oaks Go Up Fin
OAKLAND, May 16 (AP).
After winning five straight games
the Oaks went all to pieces this
afternoon and the Seattle Indians
scored a 7 to 3 win. The Coast
league champion made six errors
while Sparks and Gould allowed
Score: R. H. E.
Seattle 7 11 1
Oakland S 8 6
Knight and Schmidt; Sparks,
Gould and Lombard!.
Seals Beat Stfir Again
SAN FRANCISCO. May 16.
(AP). San Francisco made it
two straight over the Hollywood
Stars here today when the Seals
won 4 to 2. San Franeloco In the
fifth Inning tied a two run lead
established by the Stars in the
first Inning. Four hits in the
eighth gave them two more tal
lies. Score: R. H. E.
Hollywood 2 6 0
San Francisco 4 10 0
Rhodes and Bassler; Rnether
TEAMS TO PLAY
The local Sherman-Clay and
Company baseball team, represent
ing the Salem branch of that mu
sic dealers' organization, will meet
t team representing the Portland
branch at Players Park at 10:30
Sunday, it was announced last
The team from this city played
the Engene Sherman-Clay team at
Eugene last Sunday, getting nosed
out by a 14-13 score.
A picnic is to be held at Play
more Park after the game.
A STANDARD Oil, PRODUC1
r . -
SIfllK 11 FIGHT
The fight card for Friday
night's bouts is rapidly being com
pleted by Matchmaker Harry
Plant of the Salem boxing com
mission. Salemites all know that
the main event will feature two
hard hitting leather pushers,
Frankie Lewis of Salem and
George Hval of Portland. It has
been a long time since the local
fighter has been seen In the Salem (strength. Mandell has trained hard
arena and all of Salem's fightand fast adding to the speed and
fans are eagerly awaiting the gongj puncning Bkln that stripped the
to start his two sledge hammers mtl from the should nt th
Lewis has been on the sick list
for some time but of late has been
getting into great shape. Since
hia illness he has spent much time
in getting Into condition and de
clares that he never felt better in
his life. He will enter the ring
at about 140 pounds.
Word has been received from
Hval and he also states that he is
in the best of condition, very con
fident that he will defeat the local
knuckle swinger. He will probab
ly arrive in Salem tonight or to
morrow morning. ueorge nas a
wonderful fight record and has
won much favor with fight fans
along the Pacific coast. He has
a record of scoring seven knock
outs in succession, fighting better
and harder in each encounter. He
is expected to give Frankie a real
test tomorrow night.
Another good fight is assured
in the curtain raiser. Little Jack
ie Wattenberger of Independence
who was seen in action here in the
last show against Toung Ambrose
of this city, will again be matched
with the Salemite. Wattenberger
won the cash $10 prize whjch was
awarded to the most popular fight
er that evening, and promises to
show the crowd another good
fight. Both lads are popular with
local fight fans and have been
signed due to public demand.
A special feature of the evening
will be the announcing of the elec
tion returns after each bout from
the arena. This will enable fans
to witness the fights and also keep
up on the election returns.
RED SOX TAKE
FIFTH IN ROW
BOSTON, May 16. (AP).
The Boston Red Sox won their
fifth straight game when they
nosed out the Detroit Tigers 5 to
4 in 11 inninga-hcre today. Boston
used two pitchers against Sorrell.
Score: . . R. H. E.
Detroit 4 9 3
Boston 6 10 1
Sorrell and Hargrave; Bradley,
Hoffman and Berry.
Athletic Win 15-2
PHILADELPHIA. May 16.
(AP). The Athletics made it
three out of five from the Cleve
land Indians by winning the final
game of the series here today,. 15
Score: ... R. H. E.
Cleveland 2 5 0
Philadelphia 15 15 0
W. Miller, Harder and L. Sew
ell; Walberg and Fox.
Baseball Carpenters vs. Post
Office at Oxford Park.
Track Salem High School ln
terclass meet at school field.
Baseball Super Service vs.
Eagles at Oxford.
Baseball. Salem High vs. Mc
Mlnnvllle High at McMinnvllle.
Boxing Hval of Portland vs.
Lewis of Salem at Armory, 8:30.
Track Salem High !n Forest
Grove meet at Forest Grove
Shoot Salem gunners compete
for state title at Portland.
Baseball Salem Senators vs.
Cottage Grov at Cottage Grove
Baseball, Knights of Columbus
vs. State penitentiary at the prison
Yankee Women Lose Out
HUNSTANTON, England, May
16. (AP) A fourth round as was defeated by Miss Winn. 6 and
stormy for Americans as the pre-Js. They were more chagrined at
vailing weather, today blotted all, the defeat of Miss Collett than at
the native born women golfers of their own lack of success,
the United States from the British! Miss Collett was as graceful in
charanlonshln nleture. Mfaa mnJ defeat as she is on the course.
na Collett, Miss Elizabeth Curtiss
and Mrs. Stewart Hanley were'
washed out in the morning, leav-
ing omy Mrs. uorotny Campbell
Hurd of Philadelphia, a native of
Scotland, to carry on. This Mra.
Hurd did, winning her fifth round
match In the afternoon and eon
tinning to the quarter finals to
The defeat of Miss Collett. a
favorite to continue to the finals,
came at the hand of Miss Mabel
Wragg, Yorkshire champion, the
match ending 8 to 3. The play
was in a mixture of .hall and rain.
bitterly cold all the way, and a 40(in danger in her matches today. If
mile wind blowing, gne Wns her match tomorrow
Miss Collett could not weather against. Miss Judith Fowler, she
the storm but Miss Wragg was the will have an opportunity to avenge
to adjust her game to conditions' Glenna's defeat by meeting Miss
and she was quick to take ad ran- Wragg in the semi-finals in the
tage of the opportunity presented afternoon if the Yorkshire player
by the American at the I6th.t gets through her morning round.
Glenna missed her drive when she! It seemed a cruel fate for the
waa two down and the Yorkshire
champion sent hers fairly on the
green, leaving only the congrat
ulatory handshake to the match.'
Mrs, Hanley lost o Miss M0II7
Jimmy McLarnin Ready
For Fight With Mandell
NEW YORK. May 16. (AP)
The hammer of Thor that lies hid
den in Jimmy McLarnin's right
fist "lay in camphor" today wait
ing a chance to thud on Sammy
Handell's chin in the Polo grounds
tomorrow night and crown a new
lightweight champion of the world.
The little Irishman with the slow
smile has worked easily for his
great opportunity, boxing but lit
tle and striring chiefly to make the
135 nound limit without saooine
fading Rocky Kansas in Chicago
two years ago.
New York fistic customers -thronging
to the big' National lea
gue ball park in numbers that may
reach 60,000, need no training
proof of the lightning that lies In
McLarnin's right hand. Neither do
they ask proof of the speed in the
legs of the Rockford sheik nor the
classy ringmanship that lifted
Sammy to the lightweight throne.
Both youngsters in their own
particular ways demonstrated their
prowess on New York's own
bounding pride, Sid Terris. The
ELKS BEAT K. C.
BY 4 TO 1 SCORE
W L Pet.
Legion 1 0 1.000
Legion 2 1 1.000
Knights of Col 2 1 .667
Eagles 0 2 .000
Oregon Paper 0 2 .000
Super service 0 0 .000
The Elks continued their win
ning streak last night by defeating
the strong Knights of Columbus
nine to the tune of 4 to 1 at Ox
ford park. Both teams played a
good brand' of ball, although the
Elks were a little more handy with
the stick. Most of the runs were
scored in hte first few innings of
the game. Adolph looked well in
the box for the winners with
Shulty behind the swingers.
Summary of the game:
Elks (4) R H
Phillips. Sb 1 1
Clanton, 2b 0 0
McKully, lb 0 1
Russell, cf 1 1
Paulson, ss 1 1
Shepard. rf 0 1
Tatlliffe. If 0 0
Adolph. p 0 0
Shulty, c 0 1
Moon, rf 1 1
Totals 4 7 4
Knights of Columbus (1)
H. Ashby, ss 0 0
B. Ashby, 2b 1 0
Varney. 3b 0 1
Fleury, If 0 0
De Poe, lb 0 1
Sexton, cf 0 1
McMullin, rf 0 0
Tower, c 0 0
W. Ashby, c 0 1
Totals 1 3
in the second bracket play of
the Button tournament competi
tion for the Pomeroy A Keene
trophies at Illahee country club
last Saturday and Sunday, the fol
lowing players won and will play
this Saturday and Sunday for the
First trophy Cone vs. Mc
Laughlin, Chambers vs. Newton
Young vs. Simmons, Fisher vs
Second trophy W. Hug vs
Williams. Small vs. Hathaway,
Bonesteele vs. Farrar, Proctor vs.
The course was In good condi
tion, the weather Ideal, and com
petition very keen last week nd.
Many good scores ewre turned In
and looks as though the Illahee
Country club will have a cham
pionship team at the close of the
Pomeroy and Keene loving cup tc
enter In the Trl-City tournament
which will be held in a short time
The eilU date of the tourney haf
Gourlay. 7 and 6. and Miss Curtiss
She eaid she played the worst
round of golf of her life but would
return next year for a try at the
trophy wnicn nas twice eiuaea nrr.
Some of her friends wept over her
"I cried like a baby," said Miss
Carroll Potter of Brooklyn who
came to England with Miss Collett
to see her win the championship.
The American cause is in exper
ienced hands although Mrs. Hurd
is carrying the burden alone. She
was born to such golfing weather
as was experienced today on the
Scottish coast and she was never
foTmer American champion who
won such a magnificent victory
over the champion. Mile. Simone
Thion de la Chaume. to be put out
of play, l
Los Angeles slugger caught Sid
ney a few weeks ago when the
ghetto ghost had started to slide
down from his lofty perch among
lightweights and knocked him out
with a single right hand punch in
the opening round. Mandell out
pointed the flashy Terris before
winning the title when Sid had
all his speed and craft.
Although Mandell has risked his
title only once in two years, rec
ords show that he has fought 30
times in that period.! Major battles
were against Jackie Fields, Phil
McGraw who failed to lift the title,
and Billy Petrolle.
McLarnin while fighting ten
times in the past year has knocked
out Kid Kaplan and Terris in ad
dition to trimming Bill Wallace,
a crack Cleveland contender.
The title battle brings back to
the lightweight division for "the
first time the spotlight that shone
on the class when Benny Leonard
whipped Lew Tendler here before
a $400,000 eate four veara aim
With fair weather prevailing for
the first big outdoor card of the
season, $200,000 worth of onlook
era are expected in the gathering
under Coogan's Bluffs.
not Deen announced but it is be
lieved that it will start May 27th.
Salem, Corvallis and Eugene will
Jack Elliott who is in charge of
the Elks tournament, has an
nounced that the tentative date of
the Elks qualifying round will be
May 26 and 27. So far it looks
like a wonderful golf season for
the Illahee Country club.
NEW YORK, May 16 (AP)
Sammy Mandell, sheik from Rock
ford. 111., may have something on
Jimmy McLarninLn that he knows
that he is the lightweight cham
pion but it does not show in the
E physical comparison. Sammy
, shades the Irishman in height by
0 1 almost two inches but concedes
2 i three inches in reach.
1 i TTpro la the wav thov will ihino
I up in the Polo grounds ring to
, marrow night for their title scrap:
24 Age 22
135 Weight 134
5 ft. 6 in. Height 5 ft. 5 in.
58 inches. . . . Reach .... 7 1 inches
1 5 Inches Neck .... 1 4 ins.
36 Chest (normal) 36
38 Chest (expanded) . 40
28 Waist 29
12 Biceps 15
11 Forearm 10
18 Thigh 20
13 Calf 14
MISS WILLS SEEDED
PARIS. May It (AP) Helen
Wills, American and Wimbledon
tennis champion, is seeded in the
upper and easier half of the draw
for the women's singles in the
French hard court championships!
Mrs. Molla B. Mallory, the form
er American champion and Miss
Penelope Anderson. Richmond
Va., girl who came abroad as MIsf
Wills' playing partner, are brack
eted in the lower half together
with Evelyn Colyer and Betty Nut
hall, English stars, and Kea Bou
man of Holland.
Frank Hunter, principal Ameri
can American entry in the men';
singles, faces keen competition
early in the tournament. Hit
third round opponent probably
will be Henri Cochet, assuming
that the French star disposes of
Sydney Wood. New York boy in
the second round.
Jean Borotra is in the seconr?
quarter of the men's draw along
with Gerald Patterson of Australia
while Jacqups Brugnon is in the
third and Rene La Costs In the
There are 4 entries In thr
men's singles, 42 In the women'r
singles and more than a doxen na
MONMOUTH TRAINING SCHOOL
TO EXHIBIT WORK
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL.
Monmouth, May 16 (Special).
Monmouth training school will
hold open house on Friday, May
18. during the annual spring ex
hibit, with every grade having
work on display. The entire build
ing will be open to out-of-town
visitors and teachers, and will be
ot special interest to Normal stu
dents who are going into their
first teaching positions this com
ing fall. Many helpful suggestions
ill be offered in the way of de
vices and projects which have
been used during the past school
year in the training department.
The primary grades under Mrs.
Wltherspoon will display reading
charts and a sand table featuring
Holland. The third and fourth
grades under Mrs. Van Slyck have
prepared a Chinese project on
hich they have been working
this past term. The fifth grade,
11 h Mr. Brand, critic, will con
tribute health, CourtVj test, and
arithmetic charts, and will fea-
ture Miss Dora L. Helger, expert
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visiting instructor of the A. N.
Palmer company, in a penmanship
Miss Catherine Gentle's sixth
grade will be given over entirely
to suggestions and ideas for stu
dent teachers. Among other fea
tures of this room will be a pro
ject showing the history of trans
portation in which each child In
the room has taken an active part.
This promises to be one of the
most novel and most worthwhile
exhibits in the school. The sixth
grade will also contribute, a geo
The seventh grade in the Junior
high school will display original
charts in mathematics. The pre
science class of the eighth grade
will exhibit plastecine designs of
the Panama Canal and soap carv
ings of model ships. The ninth
grade's exhibit will include minia
ture electrical and heating appli
ances they have constructed. The
critic teachers in the Junior high
are Mis Beardsley, Miss Barnum
and Miss Turnidge.
Miss Brenton, head of the art
department of the Normal, will
display the art work of the grades
throughout the school year.
SURPRISE PARTY HELD FOR
LEWIS FULLER, BROOKS
BROOKS, May 16. (Special).
Mrs. Walter Fuller gave a sur
prise birthday party on Saturday
afternoon, honoring her son Lewis
on his ninth birthday.
The afternoon was passed play
ing baseball and other games.
Lewis received many gifts
which pleased him very much.
The guest list included Billie.
Curtis and Glen Coffindoffer, Earl
and Leo Ramp, Krad and Uray
Ashbaugh,-- Everett and Bobby
Ramp, Leo and Frank Ischida,
Oren Sturgis, Harry Loomis,
Charles Hese and Elliot and Lewis
Fuller. Mrs. Ralph Sturgis as
sisted the hostess in serving Ice
cream and cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Savage
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Fuller for Mother's day.
Mrs. Mary Mosian was the guest
of her daughter. Mrs. Charles Cof
findaffer, for Mother's day.
Guests at the Ralph Sturgis'
home for Mother's day were Mrs.
Emma Sturgis, Monroe Sturgis,
Irene and Oren Sturgle and Harry
and Francis Sturgis, and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Johns of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gay were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Ramp and Carl Aspin-
wall are Improving their home by
adding a new coat oi paint.
Mrs. M. L. Jones has as her
house guest her mother. Mrs.
Hovendon of Portland.
Ellis Jones and family of Eu-
gene were guests of his mother,
Mrs. M. L. Jones, for Mother's
The Ladies Aid society met for
an afternoon of quilting at the
home of Mrs. M. L. Jones.
At the social hour several old
hymns were sung for the pleasure
of Mrs. M. L. Jones and her moth-
3r. Mrs. Hovendon of Portland.
Mrs. Rasmunsen asisted the
hostess in serving light refresh
ments. Guests of the Aid were
Mr. Hovendon of Portland, Mrs.
Emma Sturgis and Mrs. Ralph
Sturgis of Banks and the follow
ing members:' Mrs. A. E. Harris,
Mrs. Sig Harris. Mrs. Brown, Mrs.
Gibson, Mrs, Monroe Ward. Mrs.
John Leleher, Mrs. Bailey, Sr.,
Mrs. Roland Jones and son, Rol
and, Jr., Mrs. Rasmunsen and
daughter Arllne and Miss Edna
KEEP HANDS OFF
LONDON. May 16. (AP) The
British gorernemnt has no inten
tion to offer any opposition to the
adrance of the Chinese national
ist armies on Peking, Godfrey
Locker Lampson, under secretary
tor foreign affairs, told the house
of commons today. '
DIXON FIGHTS DRAW
uakland. cal., May 18.
(AP) George Dixon, 159, Port
land negro and Johnny Burns, 158-
of Oakland, fought a ten round
draw here tonight.
New First National
De Lose Shiniaf Parlor
Experts for Ladies and Gentleman
Coffey Photo Servieo
TeL 708. Oeer the Spa
Mom Optical Co. 1 101 302-303
Henry K. Morris, optometrist
C. P. Gillette
Dr. David B. Hill. Orthodontia
(Strmig-hteaing of irregular teeth)
Burd. He. Optometrist
401-402 403 404 40J
Geo. K. Years M. IX, Physician Surg eoa
Suite 603 Tel. 2'8-237 Res. 775
Robin D. Uiy Ad Donald W. Viles
At orneyi at Law
Telephone 193 610 oil 611
Dr. C. Ward Davis, General Dentistry
TeL 816. Evening by appointment. -Room
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BETZER HEADS CLUB
ELECTION HELD BY KF.IZKR
KEIZER, May 16 fpecial)
Kay Better was elected president
of the Keizer community club at
meeting held Tuesday evening
at the schoolbouse. Other officers
for the coming year include Mr.
Nell Pearmine, rice president:
Olive Evans, secretary; Mildred
Gardner, treasurer; II. W. Bow
den, sergeant-at-armei. Charles
Weathers is the outgoing presi
dent. Plans were made tor the annual
school and community picnic. It
was decided that it will be behl
Friday, June 1, at Hager's Crovc.
Everyone in the community who
has a car Is asked to assist in pet
ting the school children to the
Committee chairmen, who will
choose their own assistants, were
chosen as follows:
Refreshments and finance, Mi
W. E. Savage; sports. Ray Betzer;
treats, J. A. Gardner. All plan
ning to attend will meet at the
schoolhouse at 10 a. m. on picnic
Mrs. Ben Claggett spent the
week end in Oregon City. While
there she had the pleasure ot a
ride in a motorboat up the rirer
with her husband, Ben CJfggett.
who is with the fish ailing
PORTLAND, Ore., May 16
(AP) Leo Glddlngs. former p.
liceman, was arrested today charg
ed 'with accepting money from a
woman of ill repute. He was dis
missed from the police force last
winter following an altercation
with another officer. A short time
go he was arrested and fined 5
ona charge of assault and ba'tery
preferred by his wife.