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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, September 18, 1932
Orangemen Pusk Over Winning
Dust Storm Handicaps air
Attacks; Peterson of
Catholics is Star
MERVIN'S SPARRING PARTNER
SPOKANE. Sept. 17. (AP)
Fighting through one of the most
terrific dust storms this country
has seen In many a day, Oregon
State's Beavers did the expected
and defeated Gonzaga, 19 to 16,
In a non-conference football game
Kept out of the air by the 40
mile gale, Oregon State dropped
behind until its powerful line had
punched holes through the lighter
Gontaga forward wall. Then, with
only five minutes to play and the
score 16 to 12 against them, the
Bearers marched from their IB
yard line to score the winning
The gale that prevented passing
helped Gonzaga to get its first
score early in the first period.
Pangle, Oregon State fullback,
dropped behind his own line to
punt and was smeared in his
tracks Tor a safety. In the same
period Ike Petersen, Gonzaga half,
flipped a quick pass to Cassetto as
the wind died down and Cassetto
ran 10 yards to score.
Petersen loped 76 yards behind
brilliant Interference to pare the
way for Gonzaga's other score.
Krause and Cassetto took up the
advance on the 13-yard line and
Krause drove over for the touchr
The Beavers scored first early
In the second after recovering a
fumble on Gonzaga's two -yard
line. Pangle and Biancone carried
it to the line. Moe. halfback, went
over. Davis failed to convert.
At Half Time
Oregon State used a 20-yard
pass, Moe to Franklin, to get into
scoring position in the third. Lit
tle, sub fullback, gained 11 yards
and Biancone jumped over from
the one-foot line. Little failed to
With five minutes of the fourth
quarter left to play, Oregon
State's powerful line marched
down the field at will. With 13
yards to go, Biancone passed to
Pangle who sneaked out beyond
Gonsaga's ends and trotted across
the line. Davis converted this one.
Oregon State gained 16 first
downs, most of them in the last
half, while Gonzaga earned only
six, one of them on a penalty.
The lineup and summary:
Oregon State Gonzaga
K. Davis LE Hurd
Field .LT Bellinger
. .C. Murphy
. .RE Wilson
Miller. . .
Pangle F Krause
Score by periods:
Oregon State ... 0 6
Somerville First Canadian
To Hold American Amateur
Title; Wins Over Goodman
Three Circuit Clouts
13 to 6 Victory
W. h. Prt.
Portland ..96 75 .566
Hollyw'd..96 77 .555
Sen Fran. 90 81 .526
Sae'te 90 83 .520
Mission. ...65 107 .878
PORTLAND. Ore., Sept. 17
(AP) The Portland Ducks de
feated Saa Francisco, 13 to 6.
in tonight's ball game here,
thereby ending a losing streak
of seven straight games. The
Seals have the series safely tuck
ed away, having taken the first
Portland, bent on keeping its
narrow margin of league lead
ership, warmed up with one
run in the first' inning, then
pounded In seven runs in the
When the Seals launched a
third inning rally that netted
them four runs, Zahniser was re
called from the Portland mound,
and Bowman, who succeeded
him struck out five men and al
lowed only one more run. The
Ducks made their lead safe by
adding two runs In the fifth, one
in the sixth and two' in the
eighth. Johnson, Berger and
Higglns contributed to the total
by rapping out a home run
San Francisco 6 11 3
Portland 13 15 1
McDougal, Stutx and Brenzel;
Zahniser, Bowman and Palmi-sano.
By ALAN GOULD
FIVE FARMS COURSE, Balti
more Country Club, Sept. 17
(AP) The amateur golf cham
pionship of the United States
passed into Canadian hands today
for the first time in history as
Ross (Sandy) Somerville, slender,
29-year-old shotmaker, outlasted
22-year-old Johnny Goodman of
Omaha, Neb., to win the closest
battle for this classic title in six
Somerville conquered the sen
sational young American, 2 and
1, in a championship match that
was featured by spectacular
flights of scoring, punctuated
with brilliant putting and packed
with enough thrilling moments to
keep a gallery of 4,000 fans roar
ing right down to the finish.
Somerville's superior steadiness
at the critical stages, with his abil
ity to produce his best shots down
the home stretch of each round
over the rolling Maryland coun
try, clinched the decision.
The silent Canadian Scot is the
first invader to win the American
crown since Harold H. Hilton,
British star, was the victor in
Unquestionably the two best
golfers in the field came together
In the title fight. Somerville, aft
er wading through all opposition
easily in the top flight, had much
his hardest battle of the week
against Goodman, who whipped
two young Walker cup stars and
then dethroned the defending
champion, Francis Ouimet, In the
SPLIT US! GAMES
W. L. Pet! W. L. Pet.
Chicaf .-87 64 .592) Bostoa ..74 78 .568
PitttVf aT 65 .849; Xew Terk7 77 .465
Erook!yaT8 70 .527' Mt. LeaiS-.-4 79 .455
PsilsaVl. 75 72 .510, Ciaeiaaati 59 89 .399
After one week of practice.
Coach Spec Keene of tb Wil
lamette Bearcats la shaking his
head and trying to figure oat
how he can fashion Jast one
good eleven oat of the small
quad he has to work with this
Picking one pretty fair set of
linemen will not be so difficult,
and so, to utilize the one or two
men left over after that process,
Keene is figuring on making some
shifts to strengthen his backfield.
One possibility is that Keith
Jones, all-northwest conference
tackle for three seasons, will line
up Jn a halfback berth where his
power and blocking ability will
come into use.
BROOKLYN, Sept. 17 (AP)
The Dodgers and the Reds split
a doubleheader today to close
their season's series. Brooklyn
slammed out a 5 te 3 victory In
the opener and Cincinnati with a
17-hit assault won the second
clash 7 to I.
The Dodgers got only five hits
In the nightcap but they included
Hack Wilson's 23 rd homer of the
season with two on. Harvey Hen
drlck hit a homer to start a ninth
inning outburst that netted three
runs and won the game for the
Cincinnati I 8 4
Brooklyn S 11 0
Frey and Lombard!; . Clark and
Cincinnati 7 17 2
Brooklyn I 5 0
- Rlxey, Johnson, Kolp and Man
ion, Lombard!; Heimaacb, Quinn,
Shaute and Lopez.
Don't blame Mervin Barrackman if he aeema a trifle rough on the mat
j he get that way keeping even with hie "sparring" mate, shown
above. Incidentally this tough customer will appear on the ar
jnory program Tuesday night. Barrackman will oppose the world
welterweight king, Henry Jones, in a two hoar match m which
everything la allowed and probably will he used. In the prelim
inary match "Speed" Morley, Salt Lake City, who substituted for
Bo" Campbell here last week, will meet "Tiny" Simmons) of
Seattle, who grappled to a draw with Des Anderson In hie home
Stayner, Hagemann Are
Net Finalists After Tough
I Opposition is Vanquished
Stars Finally Lose
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 17
(AP) With four straight de
feats against them, the Sacra
mento Senators turned on Holly
wood tonight, scored five runs in
the first inning and handed the
Stars a 7 to 5 defeat.
Jimmy De Shong was effective
in the pinches, while Myles
Thomas weakened before the
game hardly had started and saw
the Senators deluge him with
runs. Jim Turner, relieving
Myles, allowed only one earned
run but the Stars couldn't get
to De Shong at the right time.
Sacramento 7 9 3
Hollywood I 11 1
De Shong and Wood all; Thom
as, Turner and Bassler, Mayer.
W. T. ..
W. UPet.l W. L.Pct.
.103 44 .701 Tetre!t.Tl 71.500
. 80 57 .610 St. Louia 60 84.417
. 86 59 .593'Ohleara 4 97.822
82 62 .o69i Boston 104 .283
Oregon State scoring: Touch
downs, Moe, Biancone, Pangle.
Points from try after touchdown:
K. Davis (place kick).
Gonzaga scoring: Touchdowns,
Cassetto, Krause, Pangle (safety).
Points from try after touchdown:
Krause 2 (place kicks).
Speed to Win
CHEMAWA. Sept. 17 The In
dians new taTidem shift which
Coach Les LaVelle Is using this
year, along with his own varia
tions, look like a real threat, the
coach said today, following the
game at Portland Friday night
when Lincoln high was defeated
7 to 0.
LaVelle. satisfied with the score
hi view of the fact that some of
the players had had only a day's
practice, said his team should
have made three other touch
downs. At the end of the first
half Chemawa was on the 4 inch
line, with three downs to go.
The locals made 12 first downs
to three for Lincoln, and the
Portland team was never within
30 yards of the line. ', -
Vivette is given credit for the
touchdown, the result of a drive
from Lincoln's 35-yard line in five
plays. He scored on an end-around
Chemawa is seeking games for
Sept. 23 jor 24 and 30.
The next scheduled game is Oc
tober 1 with Linfield college
there, when LaVelle's all-star
team will play the super varsity.
LaVelle is working two teams
this year, thus permitting two
games on, the same weekend. One
is the regulars, and the all-stars is
composed of high school students
too old to play on the regulars or
who have not attended school the
Fred Hagemann and Ray Stay
ner emerged as finalists in the
men's singles division of the Sa
lem Tennis association invl?..'ion
al tournament Saturday, and will
clash today at 3 p. m. on the
courts at the state hospital
grounds for the championship.
Both of them ran ino tjugh
opposition in the semi-finals Sat
urday. Stayner defeated Bennett,
a heweomer just registered as a
Willamette university freshman,
by: taking two close sets after.
droPDi-iT the first one by a wide
margin. Hageman also was
trdunced in the first set by Jack
Minto, but came back to win the
last two decisively.
The singles finalists are paired
together in the doubles finals and
will oppose the veteran team of
Iviu White and Jack Mii."-o
Hagemann and Stayner breezed
through their semi-final match
but White and Minto lost exactly
as; many games as they won, in
beating Myers and 8. Stayner to
reach the finals.
The doubles finals will be play
ed at 10 a. m. The consolation
round dragged somewhat and
semi-finals remain to be played
at 1 p. m., finals to follow at 4
o'clock. Myers vs. Kemp and
White vs. Nutter are the semi-fi
Fred Hageman and R. Stayner
defeated Buckman and Calllster
Wlnslow and H. Beall won
from French Hagemann and
Goode by default.
Myers and S. Stayner defeated
Nutter and Vestal 6-1,
Minto and White beat Myers
and S. Stayner 2-6, 7-5, 8-6.
Hagemann and Stayner beat
Winslow and H. Beall 6-3, 1-3.
Bennett a.- ieu Winslow 6-2.
Minto defeated S. Stayner 6-3,
Fred Hagemann defeated H.
Beall 6-1, 6-4.
R. Stayner defeated Bennett
3-6. 7-5, 6-4.
Fred Hagemann defeated M
to 2-6, 6-3, 6-1.
Nutter won over Freneh Hagc
mann by default.
White defeated Sanders 6-3,
Myers defeated Armsmeler
Angela Win One
SEATTLE, Sept. 17 (AP)
Los Angeles defeated Seattle 3
to 2 here today in a 12 inning
coast league baseball game. The
Indians have won three games
of the series and Los Angeles
Los Angeles 3 10 4
Seattle 2 9 2
Ward and Cronln; Page and
CLEVELAND. Sept. 17 (AP)
Wesley Ferrell pitched his 22nd
victory of the season today as
Cleveland defeated Washington
5 to 4.
Washington 4 3
Cleveland 5 9 2
Coffman and Spencer, Maple;
Ferrell and Sewell.
Tanks Beat Browns
ST. LOUIS. Sept 17 (AP)
A five run rally In the first cap
ped by Sam Byrd's home run en
abled New York to defeat the
Browns, 6 to 4, today.
New York 6 8 1
St. Louis 4 tx 1
Pennock and Glenn; Cooney,
Hebert and Ferrell.
Oaks Rally la Oth
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17
(AP) Oakland defeated the
Missions 6 to 3 today with a
three-run rally in the last In
ning, after the Reds had tied
the score in the sixth. Phebus'
double scoring Glaister, KIntana.
and Penebsky. turned the trick.
Cole being the victim.
Oakland 6 11 S
Missions S 9 2
Phebus, Fieber and Penebsky:
Cole and Hoffman. Rlci.
How Beat Markmea
CHICAGO. Sept. 17 (AP)
Kunk's double scoring Kress In
the 10th gave Chicago a S to 4
victory over Philadelphia today.
Philadelphia 4 9 0
Chicago I 16 4
Mahaffey, Rommel and Coch
rane; Walsh, Kimsey and Berry,
Moving to New
Jefferson, Sept. 17 Ar
thur White, farmer who has been
living on the T. O. ifester farm
for the past 10 years, has pur
chased the 25-acre tract known
as i the Nunn place four miles
northwest of here and has Just
completed a fine set of buildings
on I the place consisting of a
five room bungalow; a dairy
barn 28 by 38 feet, and a fine
milk house which has a cement
floor. Arthur White's parents,
who have been living in one set
of buildings on the Kester farm,
are; moving on to the Vincent
farm one-half mile south of
their son's place. C. I. Jones of
Philomath has leased the Kester
farm, and will move here the
first of October.
By Large Score
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 17
(AP) Jefferson high school de
feated Eugene high school, 33 to
0. in the opening game for both
schools at the Multnomah sta
dium field here tonight.
The Jefferson i Bquad, elty
champions and claimant to the
state title last year, appeared to
be as potentially powerful as it
was a year ago, although the loss
of Bobby Grason at quarterback
led several fans bere t expect a
' fcucli weaker team. '
lis Enjoyed at
IORCHARD HEIGHTS, Sept.
17l Ervln Simmons, who has
beien seriously ill for more than
a (month was brought home
lnursoay. His physicians report
iui nis recovery will be
iMf. and Mrs. Albert Boi
f , in rortiana during the
wnoie.oi tne Legion convention
taking a camping outfit witl
inem and making their head
quarters on property they own
in; the city. Other going from
here Tuesday for the big parade
wpre ar. ana Mrs. Adrian
era, Mr. and Mrs.
Owen Dor an Sr.
DALLAS, Sept. 17 The Grand
R o n d e Roosevelt-for-Presldent
club elected the following officers
Thursday night: Owen Doran Sr.,
president to serve until Nor. 10;
Joseph Blllson and Clay James,
vice-presidents; Morris B. Wilson,
secretary-treasurer: Owen Doran
Jr., corresponding secretary.
Executive committee Ira L.
Wlthrow, Guy Landis, Edward J,
Fagan, Miles Godsey, Fred Worth,
O. . Hinshaw, Walter Werth.
Samuel N. Allen, Alvln Tharp and
Ping Pong Meet
First Round to
The Y. M. C. A. ping pong tour
nament started slowly last week
with the result next Wednesday
has been set as time for conclu
sion of the first round of match
es, Gus Moore, boys' director, an
nounced last night.
Senior matches have been won
by Dyer from Stitee, Adams from
Sanders and Caplan from Lem-
mon; junior matches by Robert
son from Busick, Quentln Rneek
er from Kenneth Ruecker and Pil
lette from Naderman.
Gallagher is Wild
DETROIT, Sept. 17 (AP)
Ed Gallagher was wild on the Bos
ton mound today and Detroit de
feated the Red Sox, I to
Boston 0 8 8
Detroit 8 4
Gallagher, Welch and Tate;
Uhle and Hayworth.
Bears Win Pair
In Easy Fashion
MEMORIAL STADIUM, Berkel
ey, Cal., Sept. 17. (AP) The
University of California opened Its
football season here today by win
ning two varsity games, defeating
the California Aggie 20 to 6, and
the West Coast Navy IS to 6.
crowd estimated at from 80,000 to
26.000 turned out.
Bob Needham to
KLAMATH FALLS WINS
KLAMATH FALLS. Or., Sept.
17 (AP) Klamath Falls high
.aV.1 J.fk. at" -a V V W
PaUl the DiVerS cl 33 to 0, in tb. opening
game on aaoooe nem nere loasy.
Unless Jones or koiu other
erstwhile lineman fits into the
backfield, it threatens to be a
pony affair. 'Walt Erlekson,
George Canaady, Fred Paul
and Ed Frants would be a
speedy combination but none
of the four has the bulk to lead
interference In the way Keene
likes to see It done. Oh, for a
Johnson by the way will be in
school and out there working;
and while not eligible for North
west conference play, he may get
into the non-conferenre games.
Big Boy Connor showed up
Saturday and started working
for a tackle Job. Dave Drager
will arrive in town today.
Signal practice will be started
Monday and the Bearcats may
know a couple of plays In time
for the Oregon State game Sat
urday night. They probably will
not scrimmage before that game.
So far no team has been lined up
and It's Impossible to tell what a
first string lineup may look like.
Keene hasn't Indicated what
name he will call out whea the
first tentative eleven is lined up
for the first signal drill Mon
day. But just a a guess:
Houck, center; Drager and
Boyd, guards; Connors and Fel-
ton, tackles; Grannie and Kai
ser, ends; Paul, quarter, Erick
aon, left half; Jones, right half;
Olson might be in there at full
back, but we hear he got slightly
bunged up the other day. Present
day football requires more than
one set of backs. Frantz will be a
quarterback most of the time,
most likely. Dwight Adams and
Dunham, a freshman from Ash
land, along with Cannady are ex
tra halfback possibilities. Haley
may get in ther a good deal this
year. But still, the list of backs Is
llogan Giants' Hero
NEW YORK. Sept. 17 AP)
Frank Hogan's home run with
the bases full, the score t "d and
two out in the eighth Inning, gave
the Giants a 7 to 4 victory over
Pittsburgh today. Piet and Paul
Waner hit homers for the Bucs
Pittsburgh 4 8
New York 7 8
Swift and Finney; Walker, Lu-
que and Ho?an.
Pi ogt ams
Cub, Phils Divide
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 17
(AP) The Chicago Cabs and
the Phillies split a doubleheader
today, the Phils winning the first
9 to 2 and the Cubs the second 5
to 1. In the second game Catcher
Henioley hit a homer with two on
Chicago 2 7 1
Philadelphia 9 16 1
Root, Grimes, Hermann, Smith
and Hartnett, Taylor; Rhem and
Chicago 8 14 0
Philadelphia 1 7 1
. Malone and Hemsley; Benge,
Berly, Adams and V. Davis, Gra-bowskl.
Zachar) Wins Duel
BOSTON. Sept. 17 (AP)
Tom Zacliary outpltched Tex
Carletontoday and Boston pc' ed
a 1 to 0 victory over Sr. Louis.
St. Louis 6 0
Boston 1 7 2
Carleton, Winford and Man-
! cuso; Zachary and Spohrer.
CM FIRST TEST
PORTLAND, Sept. 17. The
football elevens of Pacific univer
sity and the St. Johns Bachelors
independents, fought to a 6-to-6
tie on the new Bachelors stadium
field here today, the first game for
The collegians, running into a
stiff defensive combination, were
unable to score until they launch
ed an aerial attack in the final
The Bachelors got their touch
down in the first quarter on a for
ward pass from the six-yard line.
TODAY. aXFTXlCBEX 21
KOW-rrUa4 S .
8:00 Maniac Saasaiaa.
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11:8 -Nattaaal 3aa4r Trmm, BBC.
lt:lS TVapl f tap, BC
11:8 Hifkliffcta f tkm Biala, KBC.
Ta worm i miiimi, i-uv.
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8:0 Harry Kaata. Kinata Biarrsahlet.
5:1S aawricaa Alaaa at Taailiar ita
8:15 Old 8iafag Matter. NBC ' 1
8:45 Bvaday at Sata Faraar's.
8:00 WiUiaa Btoaaa arcaaatra, SBC
10:15 Coaeert aaartat.
10:45 Daaeiaf with Via Uejtn.
KOtM FerUaa f 40 Sc.
8:00 Marmaa Taaaraaela angTau
8:45 Eatery Deataca, aaa arciintra.
9 :80 Commaaitj CaaUr facaltjF rent
10:80 Aaa Laat. eoaerrt arfaaiat. CBS.
11:00 8uayiia Caagrefratiaaal aaurca.
12 :00 Cataadral aaar, CBS.
1:80 Paat'a Oala. CBS.
3 00 Tba Balla4 aaar. CBS.
8:00 Taa Faor Etoa Baya. CBS.
8:45 Taea Karla, teaar. CB&
4:00 Caiaabia Dramatic Labaratarr.
5j0 Oraad Opara Miaiataraa. CBS.
8:00 Taa Criaetiaa La7. DLB&
8:00 First Chare a Christ, Se.niriil.
:00 Wara Hattaa aaaanhla. CBS.
:30 Graaa Hotel haad. DLB8.
11:00 MeElroy's Greater Orgoaisna.
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KOAC CorvalUa 650 Kc
S:4S Kara aiarket raTiewa.
T:O0 Maraiac Maditatiaas, lad bj Vt.
K. W. Warriartoa.
8 : 00 Moraine coaeert.
10:0J Bona oaoaiies Observer.
jj.jo" "The Wsy Batter ia bcorJ,' '
Praf. O. Wilster.
13:85 ysrket r ports, eropa aad weath
3 00 Homenukers' Thrift boor. T
8:00 As Koo Like It Anthoay Eu".
7:15 Orefoa Poets: "Uertrod Rot.
7:45 Market reports, crop and wtstk-
1:00 4 II elob meeting. 4-H :roia
orer the state. lr. E. N. Eri
Bub, "fleeting- Reed and skew
Com." Kinal plsas for the I'.s'e
KOW Portland 620 Sc.
8:15 Little Orphan Annie.
8:30 On Wings of Song. NBO.
9:00 The Specialists.
9:30 Cooking school.
0:00 The 01aipians.
10:15 Arioa tno. ABC.
10; SO Wemaa's Msganne at tie AT.
11:80 Mid Day Raandelay.
12 : IS Western Farm aud Home boor.
J 00 Palais d Or errhestrs, Bt..
3:15 Tea Time Bazaar.
3:15 Gordon Oastad recital.
4:30 The Revellers, NBC.
5:00 The Pirates' club.
5:30 Parade af the States. BC.
8 00 National Radio Forum, NBC.
7 :00 Amos B Aady, NBC.
7:30 The Mad Batters.
8:45 Talk by CsptaiB Frank Ema.
8:50 Bantoa Islanders.
10:15 Musicsl Highlights. HBU.
11:00 Anson Weeks' orekestre.
11:15 The Krening Star.
KOIN Portland 948 K.
8:00 KOIN'a Kleck. I
7 :45 Orgsn eooeert. 1
9:00 Coldea Melodies.
9:30 Msdisoa string easessble. CBS.
.0:15 Ana Leaf, coaeert organist.
t0:45 Colombia Saloa orchestra, CBS.
,1:30 The CaptiTBtera. CBS.
13:45 Columbia Artists recital, CBS.
3:00 minina Fancies. PLoS.
5-00 The Colombia edaeational feature.
8-30 Gny Lombardo and His fiWyal
T :00 Celunrbla Sywphony orchestra.
7:30 Melodic Sketch. KOtN concert
10:15 Gene Qiiw'i orchestra. DLBS.
11:00 Tom Ceekley's ercnestrs, i'ldo.
12:00 Jack and Jill's Taera or h'ttra.
The Salem Golf club cnamplon-
shlp tournament will get under
way today with the opening of
qualifying play which will contin
ue until th following Sunday.
This is the major event of the
year for th club membership and
Is expected to draw nearly all of
them Into competition. Th quali
fying round will be 18 holes.
At the close of medal play Sep
tember 25 th qualifiers will be
grouped into as many flights of
16 as ar necessary for llmlna-
tion match rounds. Finals will be
of 36 holes.
Frank Lortl. last year's cham
pion, has left th city and will not
defend his title. Fred Annunsen
and Walter Cun. other past
champions, will ompt.
PULLMAN, Wash.. Sept. 17.
(AP) Washington State's 1932
football team showed sporadic
flashes of Bower in a two and
half hour practice session with
Whitman college here today.
Although the score was not kept
officially, th Cougars rolled
across six touchdowns to none for
Whitman, In the six quarters
played. George Theodoratos, the
Washington State fullback, ran 40
yards for one touchdown.
OLYMPIC CLUB H
Calif.. Sept. 17 (AP) veteran
Glenn Scobey Warner, celebrating
his 39th season as a football
eoach. gave 10.000 fans their first
peek at his 1932 Stamford "mys
tery tram." today In a game that
saw the Indians defeat the SaJt
Francisco Olympic club elevea,
6-0, and remain as much of a
mystery as ever.
With considerably more reserve
power than in past seasons, and,
proving ability to gain almost at
will in mid-field skirmishes, old
Pop's squad of pigskin chafer
Impressed observers during stage
of the game. At other times, how
ever, the cardinal and white garb
ed warriors of Stanford were de
Three times In th closing min
utes of the contest they knocked
at th goal Una of the husky
Olympic team and failed to tak
advantage of their opportunities.
After 16 Years
At West Scio
8HELBURN, Sept. 17 C. W.
Bragg will soon, leave for cither
Woodburn or Willamlna as depot
agent. He has been agent at
West Scio for more than 1 years.
Ed Zink. Oral Bates and Walt
er Wyman ar making a number
of necessary repairs to th school
house preparatory to th begin
ning of school September If.
J. W. Nichols la erecting a new
bam. on his farm. Several here
are building silos.
Bob Needham, University of
Oregon and for ar Salem Y. M.
C. A. swimme a winter will
coach th loclU'i. aquatics team.
and Fred Paul of Willamette uni
versity will assist In developing
th diving section of th team.
Diving last year was th squad's
Paul also will teach Willam
ette boys' swim elasses and Esther
Arnold will conduct th university
ams, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Clarke. All four men ar ex-r-vice
Gym Classes to
Be Resumed at
Y. This Week
Gymnasium classes for boys and
girls at Salem T. M. C. A. will b
resumed this week, with the sum
mer swimming period ended. The
men's and the women's classes will
be started after state fair week.
Swimming classes at the T. dur
ing the past summer were much
larger than usual, according to R.
R. Boardman, physical director.
An average of six classes with at
tendance of from 25 to 40 persons
were held dally.
HUBBARD. Sept. 17 N. Mills
with his sons Alvls and Noel-El-
dred Troudt, Harold and Gerrold
Williams, and Harold and Ruth
Coleman ar picking- prunes at
POSTPONE BIG FIGHT
NEW Y1 K. Sept. 17 (AP)
A "second postponement of the
Mickey, Walker-Max Schmellng
heavyweight bout until Monday,
September 2 C, was announced
tonight by Madison Square Garden.
Ba inaaVL-aaa. .east.
PRICES WILL GO
The demand for lumber and
building materials waa in
creased enormously la it
month. Everywhere signs
of increased building activ
ity were noted.
Prices cannot remain at
the present low levels un
der such conditions. So we
recommend that you repair
or build now while prices
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