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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1928
Many Students at the University of Oregon Study Under Daly Scholarships
July Fourth was an eventful
day at Champoeg park. There
was a spontaneous outpouring ofi
people. Picnic parties were the i
order of the day. There was no ;
announced program, there being
no deeire to Interfere with the!
neighboring places of Newberg.
and Spong's landing. By 3 p. m.
about 1,000 persons had gathered
and there was a call for speeches,
although Mrs. Weatherred and A1-
bert Tozier had been talking his
tory in the Pioneer Memorial'
building to those crowding in'
there .from early morning.
There was an impromptu affair.
Albert Tozier nut th h11 Mrs
Weatherred called the assemblage
to order. A patriotic song was
sung. Albert Tozier gave a short
history of the place. Hon. Milton
A. Miller, who had spoken at Ver-(
nonia that day, was in the audi
ence, was called on. and. he gave
a talk of half an hour. !
Captain William Patterson, who
piloted the Oregon into Portland
on its first visit, was introduced,
as were John Crawford, son of
Ibfedorum Crawford, and Hon. S. 1
A. D. Matthieu. son of F. X.
Hon. Johs D. Mann, of Portland,
was called out of the audience and
made a stirring speech. Major
Burton J. Mallory, of the U. S.J
army, was Been in the audience,
and called forward. The major
is a native of Virginia, and hej
rpoke of Virginia's part in the,
history of the Oregon country. The;
building was decorated with twen
ty-two flags loaned by the marines
for use on Steamboat day. July 8.
During the day S17 cars visited
the park carrying over 2,000 peo
ple. It was a spontaneous, im
promptu tribute to old Champoeg. .
(Continued from pafe 8)
and Victoria and Vancouver. B. C
They will stop at Ranier National
On their return Mrs. Burkhold
er will remain for some time with
her daughter, Mrs. Belle Burk
holder, in Salem.
Visitors from Seattle,
Miss Hazel Roesch and Mrs. C.
M. McMillin are visiting at the
home of their aunt. Rachel Reed
er. They will leave tomorrow by
motor for their home in Peattle
Guests in Salem
For the Week-End
Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Ohmart
and their son. Lee Ohmart. of
Woodburn are week-end guests o
their! daughter. Miss Velleda Oh
mart. Ever Ready Birthday Club
Will Be Entertained with
The Ever Ready Birthday Club
will be entertained Tuesday with
a picnic at the country home of
Louisa Loveland in Polk county.
Members of the club will meet
at Ladd and Buh Bank at ten !
Joint Meeting of W. H. M. S
and W. F. M. S. of First
A Joint meeting of the Woman ?
Home Missionary r-'ociety and the
Woman's Forei;n Missionary So
c!ety of the First Methodist
Church will be held at two-thirty
o'clock Wednesday aflernoon at
the home of Mrs. M. C. Findley.
225 North 20lh street.
Guest for the Summer
At J. H. Hathaway Home
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hathaway
have as the!r house guest for the
summer, Mrs. Hathaway's mother.
Mrs. Mary Englander of Los An
Spending Several Weeks
Mr. and Mrs. William McGil
christ, Jr., and their daughter.
Miss Josephine McG-i!christ, are
spending several weeks in their
summer home at Newport.
Miss Leah Ross Leaves for
Extended Visit in Chicago
Miss Leah Ross left yesterday
for Chicago where she will remain
for the summer as the guest of
her sister, Miss Laura Ross.
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SALEM BOY GETS
DEGREE AT BOSTON
Was Student of High School
Here and Graduated From
Oregon Student to
Go on Science Trip
UNIVERSITY OF OBrQON, Eur
nt Eoftie Callagbaa, a outtaad
mf 1926 graduate of tb Uaivertrty
of Oregoa geologj department hat
While hia father. Rev. Geo. S.
Roeder. was pastor of the Center
Street Methodist church of Salem,
Paul G. Roeder received his edu
cation in Salem high school, and
he graduated from. Willamette
university with an A. B. degree
in 1925. He will likely take up
work in Oregon this fall. The fol
lowing dispatch, dated at Boston,
Mass., June 19, gives the news of
further honors gained by this
"With President Hamilton Holt
of Rollins College. Winter Park,
Fla., as the speaker, the fifty
fifth annual commencement of
Boston University was held here
yesterday, at which 1,000 degrees
were granted. Among the reci
pients was Paul G. Roeder of
Ridgefield, Washington, who was
awarded the degree of Bachelor
of Sacred Theology from the uni
versity of theology.
"The program was held in the
Boston Arena sorting 13,000 per
sons, and a capacity throng filled
the great bu:..M".3. Pre. Daniel L.
Marsh of the I'niversity presented
the diplomat Yesterday's exer
cises came as the culmination of a
three day celebration which began
with an all-university alumni re
union at which every class from
1878 to 1928 and every state in
the Union was represented. A col
orful procession preceded yester
day's program." "
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Eugene CaUaghaa deuces of the tra
Pac. ,a Central A.i. westward into
turope Anthropologi.t,, ethnolo
gut. and other .dentist, iil m,
up the expedition. The geological
Phase of the expedition, n-Tth CJle
ghan i. charge, i. expected to be
" '-PJ'-t part of the investiga
wealthy Eastern patron, interested
; Callagh.n did a year of graduate
work hero for hi. ma.ter'. degree
"d won . feUowakip at Columbia
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Girls and Boys of All Ages
To Participate in Special
are at the couth end of the circus
grounds, and are reached by go
ing north on Marion for one block
beyond Marlon, crossing the
bridge and turning to the left.
North of Marion, new paving baa
been put in, and cars cannot drive
on It yet.
CHARGE AGAINST NEGRO
Ellis Williams, Pullman Porter, to
be Indicted Soon
Word that the estate of Dr. Bernard Daly, donor of the Bernard Daly Education fond, has been closed
and a total of $1,034,529 put Into the fund, was received here frojn Lakeylew and aroused warm tribute to
Dr. Daly In education circles. Expenses of 60 worthy young men and women from Lake county, attending
Oregon universities and colleges, are met from the earnings of this fund.
Fifteen student! will be selected shortly from the Lake county high schools to be recipients of the
fund, bringing the total thus assisted for next year a p to 66. At the University ef Oregon. 31 students re
reived the scholarship funds this year. These students belong to the -Daly club," one of the most actlTe
organisations on the campus.
Members of the club Include, left to right, top row: 1 Eric Peterson, president; 2 Lawrence Ogle,
ice-president- 3 Jesse Linuecum. secretary-treasurer : 4 Nellie CarrolL 6 William Barry. Henrietta Dun
nine Second row: 7-Pbtlip CarrolL 8 -Juanita Diets e. 9-Loye Bmlth. 10 Wellle Blair, 11 Jessie Brown, 12
-Baby Gibson. Third row: 13-Austa Graves, 14-Goldle Walters, 16 Mary K. Johnson. 16-Pbyllia Hartaog,
17 Vinton Hall. 18 -Nellie MeDonald. Fourth row: 19 Jesse StovaL 20 Ernest MeKJnney, 21 Beatrice
Wilder 22 Nelda Cooper. 23 Josephine Barry, 24 Grace Johnson. Bottom row: 25 Paul Angstead, 26
erdena Seeder. 27 Dorothy Dietee, 28-Marguertte Mauxey. 29 Mabel Peterson, 30 Mildred Baker.
rim Work's resignation from the
cabinet wonld not be long delay
ed, although much will depend
upon Mr. Coolidge'e conversation
with Mr. Hoover.
President Coolidge for the first
time since his arrival in Wiscon
sin visited h1 summer surround
ings today. Accompanied by Mrs.
Coolidge and his son John, he
took a two hour drive between
the Mississippi river and the Great
L.kes watershed. The drive was
unheralded and carried out with
out special preparations-and the
presidential party was hardly rec
ognized on their trip along the lit
tle frequented country roads.
Upon reaching the Old Porlaere
from the head waters of the Brule
river and the St, Croix lake. Mr.
Coolidge turned back to Cedar
eland lodge in time to receive
the morning's mail containing Mr.
receipt of these he immediately
dispatched the invitation to Ue
commerce secretary to visit him
his efforts to aid in the rescue at
tempts. He was specifically in
structed to do everything in his
power to bring out Dr. Behounek.
GERMANS HAVE NEW
LONG FLIGHT NIK
Duration Record Made in
Plane Exceeding Italian
OF GIG I CARAVAN
Twenty Two Machines Ar
rive at Airport Near San
SAN, ANTONIO, Texas. July 7.
(AP) Twenty two of the 24
planes in the national reliability
air tour reached the control field
here late today, having made the
day's journey from Fort Worth,
but two others were forced down
before reaching the field.
Louis G. Meister in an airsedan
Was reported down at Round
Rock, near Austin, but the reason
for hia forced landing was not
given. It is thought that a sud
den flurry of rain may have caus
ed the landing.
Charles W. Meyers in a Waco
daughter of "the king of France." biplane was down at the second
This emissary also saw Premier) division air field which Is about
his son, Virgil, was the only de
velopment today in the Investiga
tion of the mysterious shooting of
the two men early yesterday while
they were sleeping. Physicians
reported the men were in an Im
proved condition at a hospital,
where each was treated for two
bullet wounds in the head.
One part of the note said "I am
an unwilling interest of a com
Authorities did not know
whether it had any connection
with the shooting and there was
no other evidence to indicate any
clue that might solve the mystery
which has baffled officers at
every turn. Opinion was advanc
ed that the Sleights were the vic
tims of mistaken identity and re
ceived the bullets intended for
A woman official who yields to
pecuniary temptation must face
the reminder that equal rights im
ply equal responsibilities. Wash
A bobbed-haired girl suffering
from loss of memory recovered
when she was set to work typing
a letter. She probably recovered
It right where she lost it. New
With the return of sunshine the
crowds at the city playgrounds
have come back to normal, and
the big pool at the 14th street
grounds yesterday was filled with
a splashing crowd of youngsters
The boys had two good gamer
of bat-ball yesterday, one game
with a score of 14-16 and the
other 14-9. About 50 boys did
work on their badge tests.
Wednesday afternoon is going
to be a big day at the grounds, for
all the boys and girls are gting to
have a chance to . be in movies, t
Dr. David Bennet Hill will be on
hand with his movie camera and
will take moving pictures of all
the playground activities. In gen
eral the regular program of games
will be the order of the day. but
there will be several added fea
Included in these special fea
tures will be swimming races for
large and small boys and large
and small girls; diving contests,
tumbling stunts and six ball
games. There will be bicycle
races for both large and small
boys, and foot races for large
boys, small boys and in-betweens.
Movies will be taken of boxing
matches and of all boys entering
boats in the finale of the boat
contest; pictures will be made of
the boat contest, also.
Girls will have a doll dressing
contest, as explained in yester
day's paper. Girls from all the
playgrounds will enter In this;
each ground will have its own
competition, and the winners will
be entered for a grand champion
ship and grand prize. The bal
ance beam tests of the badge tests
for girls will be given at this time
The girls will have swimming
races, a feature of which will be
a chariot race. Inquiries have
been made as to the nature of
this race, and have been answered
merely by advice to "come and
see." Several singing games and
folk dances, will be given, also.
All children should be at the
grounds by 1:45 o'clock Wednes
day afternoon. The playgrounds
SPOKANE, July 7. (AP)
Charges of attempted rape and att
tempted murder will be filed
against Ellis Williams, pullman
porter who confessed today to hav
ing attempted to attack a 19 yea
old white woman on his train!
early yesterday, was announced to-j
night by Adams county officials-J
Kiwnnlani to Hear Patton
Hal D. Patton. who put Oregon
on the map at the Kansas City
onvention. will tell his fellow ,
Kiwanians of the high spots of the
national meet at the regular week
ly luncheon meeting Tuesday.
Read The Classified Ads
We Need Three
To sell one of the most
popular light cars on the
A former grocery clerk
is now earning over
1200.00 monthly with
greater possibilities in
We will train and furnish
selling equipment to the
Only men of character
considered write and
tell us about yourself.
tial. Box 25 in care of
Liaptcheff and Foreign Minister
Bouroff, who, while expressing ap
preciation for the offer, pointed
out that the decision rested en
tirely on King Boris. .
PORTLAND WOMAN DIES
Contractor's Wife Who Tried
Suicide, Passes Away
PORTLAND, July 7. (AP)
Mrs. Fred Zanello. 33, wife of a
prominent Portland contractor,
who was rescued last ntght from
a suicide attempt by the efforts
of three Portland youths, one of
I . 1 9 " . . W fill
Germany, July 7. 'nom piungea mio me uiam-
10 miles from le official field. He
landed because of motor troubles.
Robert W. Cantwell In a Lock
heed monoplane led the procession
into San Antonio after winning
the first half of the day'g tour to
Waco. He was only "eight minutes
ahead of David P. Leevy in a
The planes will remain here to
morrow, taking the air for El
aso Monday morning.
HOOVER CAMPAIGN PUT
UNDER WAY RAPIDLY
(Continued 'from page 1.)
SAILORS REPORT THEY
SAW AMUNDSEN FALL
(Cuulinurd from puff 1.)
(AP) Surpassing the old record
for duration in the air by 6 hours I
Upcn'an 52 minutes the German fliers,.
Risticz and Zimmerman, landed
their Junkers plane at 9:30 to
night after having been in the air
for 65 hours and 26 minutes. The
former record of 58 hours and 34
minutes was held by Captain Ar
turo Ferrari and Major Carlo P.
Del Prete of Italy.
?tte river after her. died at her
home today from shock.
Japanese Lad Injured
Run Over by Automobile
Henry Tanaka. five-year-old
Japanese lad living at 1155 South
13th street, received Injuries to
his head and shoulders Saturday
shortly after noon when he was 'ately; search for the baloon grour
!ety for Professor Malmgren and
his two Italian comrades is grow
ing daily. And any rescue would
now be a last minute one.
The Swedish papers criticise the
concentration of all efforts for
extending relief to the group on
the ice floes near Foyne island.
The Swedish planes, they argue,
should devote their efforts to
searching for Malmgren.
Supplies Said Limited
The Swedish North pole expert
Major Dus characterises as non
sense the statement by General
Nobile that the Malmgren group
had fifty days' supplies. If they
are still alive, he says, the three
wanderers must be found immedi-
Professor Hugo Junkers, just 'Presidential Candidates and
back from the United States, was piatfnPme fn ho Nflmpfi at
a grateful spectator as his plane. riailOrmS 10 De Named ai
piloted alternately by Risticz and Chicago
Zimmerman, reeled off the tell-i
tale rounds on the monotonous
.V(tt. T" .. . Ji T I 1
ouuuic uciwctru ucsmu iuu AJCiy-
ganization to conduct the presi
dential campaign in the east
would be under the supervision of
an advisory board.
At the conclusion of a lengthy
conference between party leaders
which ended late tonight, the na
tional committee head made pub
lic the plans for the campaign in
The "northeastern advisory
board" which was established, he
said, will be comprised of the na
tional committeemen, from Maine,
New Hampshire, Vermont, Massa-
chusetts, Rhode Tsland, Connect!-!
cut, New York, Delaware, Penn
sylvania and Maryland and will
include in addition Senator Moses
of New Hampshire, Senator Met-
(AP)- calf of Rhode Island, chairman of
ruifi inn t.. l n
nrH rr- .7,i" fr Three presidential candidates are the senatorial campaign commit-
ord, fresh aviation honors for . . . , . . . .
' . . .,... to be named at three meetings tee and Representative Wood of
Germany and further vindication . . T . . . . .
f his lan here next week. (Indiana, chairman of the congres-
ThePbirdmen were swamoed The Jefferson-Lincoln league sional campaign committee.
ine oiramen were swampea t..i a ,i rtooan.o th lnotirm nf th
with congratulations when they foUow, d the prohiMtion main headquarters of the national1
rtnallv lettfiArl Thou Kmn hk a
4n Waoritntnn Mr '
1U TaSUUMvu .
hit by an auto at 12th and Cross
streets. He is the son of Frank
Tanaka. Marion hotel chef.
Henry had started to cross the
street, getting in the path of a
light truck loaded wit'a berries and
driven by 0. L. Wllherell of Tur
ner, route one. Witherell saw the
lad and attempted to dodge him
by turning the car to the curb,
with the result that the boy was
He was picked from under the
truck and rushed to the Salem
general hospital, where the exact
extent of his injuries had not oeen
determined last evening. At a late
hour he was still unconscious most
of the time.
HOOVER TENDERS HIS
RESIGNATION BY MAIL
(Continued from page 1.)
finally landed. They brought the
new duration blue ribbon to Ger-
manv In 9 nno.mntnr T u n V-r -i
plane, the D-1231. a sister ship of p"pare P1laLfrma
;the Bremen and Europa. It was
this type of plane in which Ris
ticz and Cornelias Edzard brought
to Germany its first world endur
ance record of 52 hours minutes
year carried Captain Hermann 8,8t n ep7ltIon en'orct
Major James E. Fitzmaurice from the prohibition laws
east to west across the Atlantic.
of seven men must be suspended
until definite knowledge is bad of
the fate of the Malmgren group
The head of the Swedish expedi
tion has gone to Virgo bay for, a
conference with the commander of
the CUta di Mllano. A Finnish
seaplane is about to join the
. . . .
Swedish expedition m its rescue .princess of France Romored Pos
party and the Farmer-Labor group committee In Washington
convene to select candidates and Work said it was deemed there
was no immediate necessity for
James A. Edrerton. Washington, establishing a separate eastern
is president of the Jefferson-Lin- headquarters in New York City.
coin league. In calling his follow-!
era to Chicago Edgerton declared j SINGERS PLEASE TENT
one of the "fundamental purpos-; . iinirnnrn nlTllnnlv
of the organization waa to as- MUUILNULO on I UHUM I
(Continued from pace 1.)
ment of the 18th amendment and
ville Jones, noted as "The Sage of
rr r Tjiih rnivtn aAtretarv. tne uzaras in nis lecture "ine
will deliver the keynote address at , Philosophy of a Hillbilly".
. Dnni- .v ...nDV the prohibition party's conven- The Monday afternoon attrac
KING BUnlS MAY MARRY tlon. Candidates will be named Hons will be Vlerra's Hawailans,
on July 11. The prohibition par- -,nd a lecture on "Crime and Crlm-
ty largely ia interested in preserv- inals" by Frank C. Travers. Des
etble Bulgaria Quern ing the dry Maws or In amending Moines attorney.
jthem so that they will be more; "A Night In Hawaii" by,Vier-
SOFIA. Bulgaria, July 7. (AP) answered. ra's musicians and the Junior
Reports were current here todayj Charles C. Shirley of Chicago,' Chautauqua pageant will be the
tht King Boris, whose engage- chairman of the Northwest com- evening features. The juniors
ment to Princess Giovanni of Italy mittee of the divisional committee not meet today but will con
waa officially denied a few months of the farmer-labor party, who r-;-tinne their work at 9 o'clock Mod
Ill-fated 'expedition of Gerenal ago. may marry the beautiful ranged for its convention, expects f ,jaT m0rnlng.
Umberto Nobile to the north pole, j Princess Francoise of France, the 250 delegates from 29 states.;
Especial interest here is centered 25 year old daughter of the Duke bUDstanuauy me party s ODJeci ciairi WflTP NP&R PRIMP
r- D.,n..nAv r ,i. mnli ' .ui.ni tha rnih tr a to 1I0 awav with Inlnne-, IfllU HU I L ilCMri Lm 111
and one of the two meteorologists throne. tion in labor disputes, bring about
on the Italia. He ia one of the! It haa been learned that a prom- farm relief and foster public own-, Possible Clue to Mystery of Don.
More Forces Sent
PRAGUE. Czechoslovakia. July
7 (AP) Czechoslovakia today
joined the nations which are try
ing to assist the survivors of the
I five survivors at red tent on the lnent member of the French cham
ice floe near Foyn island iber came to Bulgaria recently, os
The government telegraphed tenslbly to Inspect the earthquake
re understood to be under con
sideration as to their availabili
ties. In view of this it wo a
thought, that .acceptance of Chair-mediately to the arctic and; use, question of marrying the second ter.
ershlp of utilities.
There must be a little truth ic
Captain Heznik. who Is now In regions, but actually to sound out reincarnation. Some people
Sweden with a powerful airplane the king In behalf of Premier couldn't possibly get so dumb in
to proceed with hia machine lm-'Poincare and M. Brland on the only one lifetime. Eugene Regis-
ble Shooting Discovered
ESTES PARK. Colo., July 7.
(AP). Discovery of the torn
pieces of a note near the tent oc
cupied by Dr. George N. Sleight. I
Lake Forest, III., educator, and'
Beautiful new Summer Models
in both Patent and Blonde,
Street and Dress Styles.
White Strap Pumps, Cuban
Men, This is a Rare
Make the most of it.
High grade Oxfords in Tan,
Goodyear welt soles, rubber
heels in this lot. Only
Men's Hose. Regular 85c
Sellers, Special, 2 pairs
Children's Pumps and Oxfords
Many lines on sale.
Heal Bargains :
2ND FLOOR .