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Pass Which Succeeds When
Moe Slips Aids Toward
10 to 0 Grid win
By PAUL ZIMMERMAN
OLYMPIC STADIUM, Los An
geles. Oct. 8 (AP) Orville
Mohler. University of Southern
California's aeronautlcally minded
quarterback, took the Beavers ot
Oregon State for a brief trip
through the ozone here today and
then cracked them up in a 10 to 0
Forty thousand persons watch- j
ed the Trojan sky pilot enact his
version of the experience of a few ,
days ago when with. Tay Brown,
the passenger, he wrecked an air
plane but managed to crawl out ;
of the remains with his captaia
anscratched. The brief aerial
trip which downed the determined j
Beavers came late in the second
quarter when Mohler faded back J
to his forty yard line and turned j
loose with a pass of forty yards
which Ford (Flivver) Palmer
snared on the 22-yard line.
Harold Moe objected strenuous
ly to the completion of the throw,
but as he leaped with -Palmer to
block the play he lost footing and
fell prone on the greensward. The
Trojan wingman sauntered the 20
yards to score. That constituted
the only touchdown of the long'
afternoon, although both -teams
were In scoring position on a
number of occasions.
Field Goal Boosts
The Trojans did manage to add
three points to their collection on
one of their several trips toward
the Oregon State goal line when
Ernie Smith place kicked a field
goal from the 14-yard strip.
The victory enabled Southern
California to keep its 1932 grid
slate untarnished but there was
the lurking faet behind the tri
umph that Coach Howard Jones
aggregation still is without the
scoring punch in the shadow of
the goal posts which was so much
responsible for the winning of the
Pacific coast conference title and
the mythical National champion
ship last year.
Oregon State presented a sturdy
defense when its goal was threat
ened, but like the Trojans, was
unable to summon up the neces
sary offensive measures needed to
The Trojans outgained their op
ponents almost two to one run
ning up a total yardage or 3s
aaalnst 171. They collected a doi-
en first downs to seven for the
Blaneone was the best ball car
rier for the invaders, passing well,
punting occasionally, and running
with the ball for a 5.2 yard aver
age. In the Oregon State line
Schwammel. Curtin and Keith Da
vis were outstanding.
Oregon State U. 8. C.
K. Davis le Sparling
Miller le. . Brown (c)
Stanfleld... lg. Gentry
Danforth c ...... . Youel
Miles... rg Stevens
Sehwammell rt Smith
Curtin ..... re Palmer
Blaneone . . q Mohler
Pangle lh McNeish
Moe rh . . . . Clemens
Little (c) fb Griffith
Southern California scoring:
Touchdown, Palmer. Points after
touchdown placement, Smith.
Field goal. Smith.
SPOKANE. Wash.. Oct. 8
(AP) A dazzling aefial attack
- that materialized in the last five
minutes of play gave Gonzaga a
20 to 7 victory over the Univer
sity of Idaho in a non-conference
football game here today.
Nine thousand fans, including a
' thousand Idahoans, saw Gonzaga
draw first blood and then lag un
til near the end before opening
with the overhead drive that
caught the' Vandals tlatfooted.
Carrol, fleet Gonzaga half,
dashed 49 yards behind perfect in
terference to score in the first
period. A minute later, Krause
attempted unsuccessfully to punt
trom Gonxaga'a goal line and
Moses recovered the blocked ball
on the one foot line. . Tyrrell, Ida
ho full, punched it across for a
touchdown. Tyrrell, also convert
ed. This was Idaho's only score.
The Bulldogs took to the air on
their own 25 yard line. Peterson,
' halfback, alternated passes to
Cassette, Frazler and Krause.
crashed over for the Bulldogs see-
ond . touchdown and a moment
later converted with a place kick.
- Gonzaga kicked and Willis
"Little Giant" Smith, Idaho sub
quarter; returned the kick to his
12 yard line. Tyrrell attempted
to pass and Krause Intercepted It
on the Idaho 31 yard line.
Two line bucks gained eight
. yards and Gonzaga opened with
' passes again. On the Idaho 18
yard line, Petersen shot oft. right
tackle and scooted across the goal
., line tor the ' final touchdown.
, Krause again converted.
Shows Up Well
MADISON, Wis., -Oct.- 8 (AP)
"-Coupling a smooth running at
, tack with a rugged -defense. Wis-
consln opened Jta- Big Ten season
" under its new coach, Dr. Clarence
Spear, with a .34, to- 0 .victory
. over. Iowa today .r.vU.?M'
- The badgers showed torn that
.tar ecMpsed . that -seen -in the
' opening--game agaiast Marquette
m-.Ti wni Vi .v..-. .. -,
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" ' '""rl
Meet Charlie Castro, who thinks
make his home here; a 'matter of interest to wrestling fans be
cause Charlie holds the Spanish welterweight grappling title and
claims that no welter has ever defeated him. He'll make his local
debnt against Cvly Woods aext Tuesday night, and later hopes
for a shot at Henry Jones and his 145-pound title.
Now, maybe, Paul Schissler
will be welcomed home with
pomp and parade, as the won
der coach who held Southern
California to the lowest score
of any Oregon team la years;
and maybe the howl will start
against Callisoa because he
didn't lick the tar out of Wash
ington. They tell us Washington was
all hopped up and Oregon didn't
seem to have any fire, which may
mean that Santa Clara took a lot
out of those Webfeet Anyway,
Phelan's scalp is safe for a week
Willamette and Washington
State are now even, each having
won a game from the other.
Hope all the boys get home in
Word comes that despite the
improvements the White Sox line
up is going to . have next spring,
Billy Sullivan is slated to stay on
first base and Lou Blue is the lad
who will pack up and go else
where. BiHy's hitting was so nw-
perior and his fielding finally im
proved so much, that he'll team
with Simmons, Dykes and Haas
Queer occurrences are more
frequent in golf than in any
other sport. Yesterday our op
ponent hit one Just onto the
green on No. 6 at the Salem
club. Then we strutted up there
and smacked one just onto the
green. And when we got up
there, the two balls were touch
ing each other. Ours crowded
his over a bit and if such a
thing were possible, they'd have
been occupying the same spot.
1 TUESDAY CAW
Two preliminaries, each scbed-
i uled to last an hour or less, have
been added to the Charlie Castro
Curly Woods wrestling show at
the armory Tuesday night. '
Prof. Newton and Speed Wel
kum. who need no Introduction
either to the crowd or to each
other, will mix in one of these
special events and Cowboy Wil
son and Tony Cordona In the oth
er. . .
Castro, new resident of Salem,
has been working out at the arm
ory each night and attracting
considerable interest among the
Tulane Wins Out
Over Georgia in
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 8 (AP)
.Tulane made It four straight
over University of Georgia, 34 to
25, today before 15,000 persons a
both learns employed the type, of
play that thrills the cash custom
ers and gives football coaches
gray hair. ,. t
Don Zimmerman, Tulane's fly-,
ing Dutchman half,-.who passed,
punted and ran his mates to vic
tory, claimed the distinction ot
making the longest sprint tor
touchdown, 76 yards, but this per
formance was- only slightly more
spectacular than the 80 yard step
ping of Sam Brown and Bill David
I for' Georgia scores..
' Wbreakb1 arm atcv PLAY. i
SILVERTON. Oct 8. Dele
Blast, carrying' hls.one arm. to
fc.slingi as wesulk-of a doable
trtor' brokehls" arm -
wiiii ai ptayi-v. -i-, ..
1 EXTRA BOUTS
Salem is a fine town and plana to
Pacific 13 - 6
X. W. CONFERENCE
Coll. Idabo 1
Puget Sound 1
Lint leld 0
TACOMA, Wash., Oct. 8 (AP)
The College of Puget Sound
Loggers successfully opened .their
northwest conference grid season
before a homecoming crowd here
tonight with a thrilling 13 to 8
victory over the Pacific university
With the score tied at six all
and with less than a minute to
play, the Loggers ended a 30 yard
sustained drive with a touchdown,
Captain Sterling going, over the
goal line from the one yard mark
er. Both the Loggers and Badgers
had previously scored touch
downs in the third quarter.
Lineup and summary:
Pacific Puget Sound
Bruce le. . . . Lindqulst
Cone..... It Slatter
Douglass .'.lg... Hurworth
Nexon c Gagnon
Parberry . .
. . Ennls
. . Brooks
SCIO, Oct. 8. Scio's football
team was defeated Friday after
noon by Aumsville, 12 to 7.
Aumsville scored both touch
downs in the first auarter. Ren-
ale, quarter, carried the ball over
ror the first score, and Morgan,
right half, was responsible for the
second. Attempts to convert were
Sclo didn't score until the third
quarter, when Donovan, fullback,
went over me une. Krosman kick-
ed lor the point. During the latter
part of the fourth quarter Scio
naa tn bail on Aumsviue's 12 -
yard line, with no downs, 'but a I
fumble lost the ball and a. chance
to score, and consequently the
game,' for Scio.
Lineups: Scio, Sims and Mc
Donald, ends: Yunker and Wal
ters, tackles; Arnold and Freltag,
guards; Gallegly, - center; Todd
and Miller, halfbacks; Quarry,
quarter; Donovan, fullback; Bur
ton, 1 Davenport; - Krosman and
Aumsville, Ogle and Corser,
ends; Kaminska. and Ramsey,
tackles; Rhodes . and Ditter,
guards; Amos, center: Henkle.
Quarter: LeholA and Vamn. half
backs; Trudgeon. fullback: Lee,
Tucker ana Tripp, substitutes. .
Officials r Referee. Miller: "nm -
plre, Long;, head linesman. Hoi -
SMa mlava ShodA at BhlI rtn
ber 14. ' ,
J - J waavwu OUVUU
ror Wood bum KldS
WOODBURN. Oct - 8. Mrs.
kous nas stanea a kindergarten
at the heme .of Jots. Ralph Se -
nern, corner of .; First and Harri -
.son streets US six children en -
rouea. Airs.-ivous nas naa sev -
Wav Va VaVvSaVa) a-.aaA.V9 UI - LU
dergarten work. , She -.would - be
pleased to have anyone-interested
visit the school which la held five
days each week from to 12 a. jn.
The children attendlngf are -All
-Stone Virginia Whitman; Jtoherta
hJeaa Charkon,4uaaiU Sebern, Je
KAnn .Tweedie.Bill5wBla4eTO.--A .
Wildcats put up Admirable
Goal Line Defense and
1 Hold Score Down
MONMOUTH, Oct. S Oregon
Normal Teachers got - the long
end of a 12-0 score this morning
in its game with Lin field college,
ine imiieia iaas pinyea a strong Twice be scored on 30-yard gal
defense and executed some snap-hops. In the third quarter Wash-
py passes, noiamg me xtormais
down to a smaller score than
seemed likely, because the Teach-
ers actually had two more
chances to score but lacked the
punch. O. N. S. made consistent
gains through center, on end
runs and long passes.
First quarter. Normals return-
ed to their own 33 line. Normal
lumoie recovered oy lannem ana
pass completed for 10 yards,
Normal blocked Linfield punt.
Linfield recovers and punts net
eleven yards. Normal fumble,
Linfield recovers. Normal pen-
allied 25 yards, Linfield passed
to. Normal's 22-yard line. Nor-
mal Intercepts Linfield pass on
their own 32-yard line. Normal
made 30 yards on fake punt. Nor-
mal puts Linfield In hole with
puni 10 o-yara line, uinneia
punts to 31-yard line. Scroggins
of Normal got around left end to
Linfields 7-yard line. 1
I Second quarter: Normals, after
two plays, go through for 8
yards and score a touchdown
Fail to convert, i
Normal kicks off. Linfield re-1
luius iu io-jtra ti nr. iwniieiu i
punts aeep in isormai territory. I
itinueia recovers rumoie on isor-1
mars ls-yara une. Normal holds
ana punts out oi danger, isormai I
intercepts unrieia pass ror z
yaras. .Normals pass zz yaras.
r irst nair enas. score -0.
I inira quarter: Normal returns
liniieia kickoii to 3-yara une.
Normals pass for 20 yards, but
lose naii 10 linneia on own zs-
yara line, unneia punts to Nor-
v ivtu uurierunc( I
sneaa maaes eignt yarns. Norm-
als advance . to Linfield 3-inch I
line two downs to go. Third
down gets on l1, 4 -Inch line.
Fourth down fails for touchdown.
Linfield punts to Normal's 28-
yard line. Normal returns punt to
Lintield's 37-yard line.
Last quarter: Linfield punts to
Normal 33-yard line. Normal on
a lateral pass makes 39 yards.
Linfield gains ball on downs.
Punts to Normal's 28-yard line.
Normal makes first down: makes
25 yards on pass; makes 28
I yards through center; around
left end gains 8 yards; gets ball
on Linfields two yard line; go
through center to score. Fail to
convert. Final score 12-0.
In Hard Tilt
YALE BOWL, New Haven.
Conn., Oct. 8. (AP) A pair ot
fleet, versatile Chicago backtield
stars, Quarterback Vinson Sahlin
and Halfback Pete Zimmer,
harassed the sluggish Bull Dogs
of Yale so persistently this bright.
Indian summer afternoon, that
the Maroon held the Blue to its
second straight deadlock of the
1932 gridiron campaign. The final
score was 7 to 7.
The two "pony" backs combin
ed, In the second period, to corn-
Diets a spectacular 44-vard nass.
Zimmer to Sahlin. for the touch-
down that enabled Chicago to off-
oaf T71I fallv V w vtlt.nwlno Ta
Crowley, made in the first quar-
gain a victory so. .eagerly sought
for their 7-0-year-old coach and
V&U lnmnn. Amoa A Inn to Rtitrsr
It looked like the winning
touchdown for Chicago when Zlm
mcr In on a of hie discllni? returns
of nunta. twisted through the
whole Ell team to cross thm roal
line near the end of the game on
a 35-yard Jaunt The linesman,
I however., detected - that one foot
I had stenned ont of bounds on
I Yale's 13-vard line and the ball
1 was called back
CHEMAWA, Oet 8 'The Ore-
! gon State Rooks defeated the Che
mawa football team at Corvallls
today 31 to 0, after the Indians
had fought the first year men to a
standstill .throughout the tirst
BY HOOKS 31 TO 0
period, Keeping tne oaii in Kooai!ta regular meeting Monday night
territory. . .
I The Roots pnuea on a long
1 pasa to get their first touchdown
I early In the second period and had
I uAAA m. Mnnl mOTA-OUnterS -be-
I " W -
fore the halt was ended. Three of
the Rooks' toucnaowns came rrom
Chemawa s lineup included ur
ton right end, Muller Tight tackle.
I Brown right guard. Weeks center.
Andrews left guard. Demert left
Hn auarter.' Larnard full.-Weercr
I right half. Wilder left halt
1 .. .The next game wilKbe with ihe
1 nr. of O: - Freshman next Friday.
J The hlkh school eleven will -play J
ioregda City'on Saturday;;
I, ( - an i a hat , d
I - V f JOBAXOX IS WINN ER
J INDEPENDENCE. Oct 8 The
I Independence hlxii school football
team-lost to Lebanon, high-Friday 4
38-. to: t. " Lebanon, scored- rtvo
touchdowns Jn - tha first Quarter,
I two in-the-second, one ecch In the
third and -fonrtte.
. sr i
But Bearcat Attack Looks
Better, 10 First Downs
PULLMAN, Wash.. Oct. 8.
(AP) Washington State's Cou
gars trampled on Willamette unl- ,
verslty'a football team. SO to 0.
in a non-conference football game 1
here today.' Coach O. E. Holling
bery held his regulars on the
bench most of the game.
Howard Moses, chunky Cougar
half, turned in a flock of pretty
runs ranging from 20 to 30 yards.
ington State made two sustained
marches in succession to score
touchdowns. Five plays were good
for 40 yards In one advance while
the Cougars Jogged SS yards to
count In the second drive.
Willamette found its running
attack clogged and turned to the
ir. Twenty-two Dasses were at-
tempted by the visitors, with six
completed for 18 yards. In the
final quarter Willamette made a
dMimnt Hl r.iw ht it dind
on the Cougar 31-yard line,
Georre Sander, star Contir
passer, went into the game near
the last and shot two passes that
connected. A fumble on the elght-
yari ne ruined the touchdown
. For Willamette, Oravee, dimln-
utiTe half, proved a sensation with
flashes of onen field runnlnr and
several nice punt returns.
Washirirton state made 51 first
domi tn n for wnitmiitt.
The lineups and summary:
Willamette Wash. State
Kaiser LE Barton
Jockisch.. . . . .LT Byers
. .. Hayduk
HOUCt . ...... C
Weiser RT. .
oravec .. .. LH
score bv nerlods-
Willamette 0 0 0 0 0
wash. State 0 18 12 0 30
Washington State scoring:
Touchdowns. Moses 2. Colburn 2.
officials: Sam Dolan, Seattle,
umpire; J. Wesley Taylor, Spo
kane, head linesman.
ACTIVE PAST WEEK
CORVALLIS. Ore., -Oct. 8
(AP) With Oregon hop growers
not inclined to sell freely at this
time, trading In most producing
sections was less active than a
week ago, though markets con
tinued steady to firmer, reflecting
good domestic demand . for the
light offerings. It is stated In to
day's review ot hop markets by
the O.S.C. extension service coop
eration with the U.S.D.A. bureau
of agricultural economies.
Present prices net growers 15
to 18. cents per pound for 1932
new crop clusters, about a cent
higher than at this time a year
ago. These prices are not causing
Oregon growers to sell freely,
though In Washington and Cali
fornia there Is much more rapid
Oregon crop at 85.000 to 88.000
bales, and about 20.000 bales un
der last year's crop. About two
thirds ot this year's crop is still
held by growers.
California markets developed
strength In the past week with
growers getting prices unchanged
to cnt higher than last
hjOft Tlfl ilOIQi0
a r 1 n r
Ig Mllle DUCKS
Deer hunters who returned
from trips early In the season did
not report outstanding success,
many of the antlered carcass-
coming in on cars that ar-
I rlTe now
Ael Eo" n Breyman Boise
I reiumea a nuy nigm iruu me
ieu mountain aistnct, eacn wun
'r mal buk- They report-
ed that General George A. White
and Jerry Owen were in a party
there which bagged some deer.
F. A. Thomas of Dallas and V.
L. Muller. Jr another Polk conn-
ty nimrod, are others from the
middle Willamette valley who are
reported as successful deer
Good Cheer Sunday
School Class ' Has
CheeT SuSday school class held
tin the Doty Grove -on the bank
iof he Santlam river. Games and
races were enjoyed daring the
evenrar. Those nresant were
I Dfewma PaU 'Ti. n.!V.. XI mm
I . UJ1 VIVl U W
1 raret Webb. Uene Bliniton. Mar-
Jorie Cole, Neva Emmons. Lolsel
Mathews. . Kreta Calavan, Sylvia
Todd, Mae Calavan. Dale Bohna. j
Clair Calavan. Eldon Tnrnidre.I
Virgil Calavan, Dale Turnidge,
Robert Cole. Delford Vores, Elmo
Brown.; : : . - . t
f-A : huge bonfire was the main
attraction during tne evening. Mr.
and. Mrs. - A.- E. Cole . and - Mrs. I
D. E. Turn Idge were guests., Supj
per was served-at a late noor.
x SCHOOL HAS SO" NOW - ,J
ROCKT' POIXT.Oct., S Matil-
da. Clai' and Stepheu Sylinsky
started' sehoolt Wednecday- which
makes ; aa' enreilineaf-of-30. -i-A.
Sohao who : had jl group- of -12
-boraes-n in state fair, 'bas taky
eh the- - r international stock
IP TRADING LESS
O : O
Oregon 0, Washington 9.
. Washington State 30, Willam
Oregon Normal 12, Linfield 0.
Stanford 14. Santa Clara 0.
California 12. St. Marys 12.
Montana 14, Carroll college S.
U. S. C. 10, Oregon State 0.
Gonzaga 20, Idaho 7.
. O. S. C. Rooks 31, Chemawa 0.
Notre Dame 73, Haskell 0.
Texas CS, Missouri 0.
Illinois 20, Bradley 0.
Wooster I, Heidelberg 0.
Utah Aggies 7, Colorado 26.
Coe 8, Monmouth 8.
Ohio State 7, Indiana 7.
Case 1, Akron 0.
Carnegie Tech IS, Western Re
Michigan 18. Northwestern 6,
, Michigan State 27, Grinnell
. Oberlin 13. Marietta 7.
Wisconsin 34, Iowa 0.
. Purdue. 7, Minnesota 0.
Nebraska 12. Iowa State 8.
Oklahoma 21, Kansas 8.
Auburn 18, Duke 7.
Tennessee 20, North Carolina
V. P. I. 23, Maryland 0.
Virginia 12. Roanoke 0.
West Virginia Wes. 43. Beth
Centenary 41, Louisiana State
Tulane 34, Georgia 25.
Kentucky 12, Georgia Tech
Ohio 38. Franklin 0.
Centre 21. Transylvania 7.
Florida 19. Sewanee 0.
Murray Teachers 105, Louis-
Chicago 7. Yale 7.
Colgate 47, Niagara 0.
Holy Cros 32. Maine 8.
Brown 13. Springfield 8.
Navy 33, Washington and Lee
N. T. U. .21, Rutgers 0.
Harvard 40, New Hampshire
Columbia 20. Princeton 7.
Tufts 14, Bates 0.
Fordham 30. Bucknell 0.
Villanova 31. Gettysburg.
Urslnus 7, Dickinson 0.
Alabama 28. George Washing
Bowdoln 7. Williams 0.
Johns Hopkins 13, St. Marys 8
Cornell 27, Richmond 0.
Texas Christian 34. Arkansas
Rice 13, Southern Methodist 0
Texas Aggies 14, Texas A. A
. Colorado 28, Utah Aggies 7.
- Nevada 8, Utah 8.
Colorado Aggies 39. Colorado
Medford High 14,-Roseburg
Klamath Falls 0. Grants Pass
ANOTHER STILL IS
fId "J,,151 nd county prohibi-
tlon officers was staged here to
day, with Deputy Sheriff Walter
Barber and Constable S. A. Pitney
arresting Chauneey Montgomery
after finding plenty of booze on
the Bailey place where he lives
The place Is on the Abuqua, and
better known as the old Dnllum
Officers found 185 empty quart
bottles with a beer tinge. 52 full
quarts of beer, one 20-gallon
crock filled and a 15-rallon
uonigomery win oe inea oe-
t0Te Jnstice Brown here Monday
Montgomery will be tried be-
mug t XV UtIVCl
To Handle Ticket
Sale for Football
DALLAS, Oct 8 Members of
the Order of the D held their first
meeting at the high scnool Wed
nesday afternoon. At this meeting
it was decided that the lettennen
should take charge tof the sale of
season tickets for football games
and also be in charge of the sale
of tiekets at the games.
Season tickets will be good for
three games, Dayton, Mollala, and
one which Is still open. Ticket
sales at the Independence game on
Armistice day will be handled by
the American Legion as In the
-High school student body tick
ets will entitle the owner to ad-
nmioB wi i lie games nere wua
tb Wt?a of th Armistice day
Lassie is Longing:
For Return of Her
Closest Pet, Spud
- MACLEAY. Oct.: 8 "Somebody
'stoled old Snort an' r wUh ther'd
I bring him back. He ran the big
I pigs ever the fence an' the little
I ones 'fru' the crack.
J . It' Isn't the old Sport of long
i ago that la 'stoled. nor Is It a
little, boy that Is mounting but
someone "stoladl Spud and little
l three-year-old Bernice Nash Is
wishing with all her. heart that
they would bring' him back.
Spud .isn't so much ror looks.
rile is -Jiwt a little, smooth-haired.
tan-coiored dog, but his heart 1
lae.trueas geld-and he theaghtet
I hi little 'mistress befora ha did
lot hlnuelt - ': -".--r.-i.i- -I f
Bernlca aniSpttd-had been-eem-
.stent companion for.tv-WKi.v.wttfe.Elmjer. Wheeler. a majsager.'
BUTTLE Tfl TIE
Each Scores Twice; Warner
Men Humble Santa Clara -.
Under 14 to 0 Score
MEMORIAL STADIUM. -Berke
ley, Calif.. Oct, 8 (AP) In the
wildest, most thrilling football
scramble witnessed in this big
bowl for many seasons. Califor
nia's Bears and St. Mary's Gaels
battled to a 12-12 tie today while
45,000 fans cheered them on.
Until the final gun barked to
end the see-saw tussle for points.
the issue was in doubt. - a six
point lead for the Gaels in the
second quarter was evened up a
few minutes later by the Bears.
St. Mary's smashed over for an
other touchdown la the third per
iod but California tied the eonnt
in the last quarter. Each time the
try. for point failed on blocked
Cal., Oct. 3 (AP) Stanford
university rode the Santa Clara
university Broncos up and down
the field and took them over the
touchdown hurdle twice to win 14
to 0 in their annual game' here
Although Stanford kept the ball
large part of the time Santa
Clara fought stubbornly, snd half
a dozen Cardinal scoring threats
fizzled as passes fell short and
fumbles threw the free wheeling
red machine temporarily out of
gear. The Cards climbed into the
saddle in the first minute of the
game as Fullback Jack Hillmaa
scored a touchdown from the two
yard line after Bates. Card center, t
recovered Joe Pat Has' blocked
Tommy Lambert. Stanford
right half, went over for a touch
down early in the fourth period.
climaxing a 19 yard drive which
began when Phil Baker, fullback,
recovered a Santa Clara fumble.
IH SETTLERS ON
WEST STAYTON. Oct 8 The
harvest festival held recently
proved to have been a great suc
cess In advertising the property
on the irrigation project, as there
are several families who will sooa
move to this community. They
will occupy the present homes of
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lacy, the Al
lison home and also there win be
a new home near the Frank Kohl-
The market road here has been
regraveled In preparation for the
winter weather. Due to the unus
ually long dry season the road
has become very rough and grad
ing again is necessary.
A group of West Stayton folks
have returned to their homes aft
er enjoying several days at points
along the coast from Waldport to
Newport. Those who made np the
party were Mr. and Mrs. Owen
Lacy, and children Lois and Mar
vin; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Comstock
and children Hazel and Jlmmie:
Mr. and Mrs. Weston Lacy and
children Virginia and Theodore:
Mr. and Mrs. John Tlron and son
Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. Har
Election to Fill
School Clerk Post
Slated at Turner
TURNER. Oct 8. Turner
school board met Tuesday night
ror tne transaction of an accumu
lation of business. The resigna
tion of the clerk, Mrs. Mabel
Martin, who is leaving town, was
A meeting for votlar on the
budget and electing a school
clerk, to serve during the re
mainder of the year was set for
1 o'clock Saturday, October 22.
Turner Community club will
hold Its first fall meeting Monday
night. October 10. and In
charge will be the newly elected
president. Henry Ahrens, and D.
B. Parks, chairman of the uro
Fire Are Held so
No - Serious Blazes
MILL CITY, Oct 8 So far
there have been no forest fires In
the Immediate vicinity of Mill
City but. slashing flrea are most
nimerousV The first of the 'week
a heavy pall of smoke hung over
the valley due. to. the tire which
threatened Lyons. A tire, report
ed on the Little North Fork near
the Elkhorn mines Is said to be
under control with a small acre-'
age having been burned ever.
The one at Lyons burned ever
180 acres and for a time the res
idences on the south, side of. the
highway were threatened.- Is ad
dition to the crew of two fire
warden. ..practically every man.
woman and child in town turned
out to aselst In the fighting of the
fire. v ' '--i v. , v.'
Howell it SelectedT r t
I f;r Student President
FALLS Crrr. - - Oct: S-rTha
high -school stndent.'.body. has
elected;- the " tellowlsg. efflcers:
president ' Wilbur. ' nowe!!; vie
president Katharine Hahni sec
retary. Eugene Sampler treasurer.
Genevieve Baker; y el r leader. Eu-
Lgsne Russell editor of Vboel ta
per. The Midget.- Anna. Mae-Teal
Slated "for." 13th'
. CHEMAWA; Oct f Thursday
night, October 13.-la the date set
for a booster meeting, by .Che
mawa .grange.' An entertaining
program, ot music,, reading And
short talks has been arranged and
a popular speaker will be provid- '
ed for. the principal address. . An
orchestra will also be oa hand to
enliven the occasion and the . re
freshment committee win be func
This is an open meeting and all
friends of grangers aid those In
terested In rural life are Invited
to be present, and membership
will make an effort to be 100 per
MISSION BOTTOM, Oct. 8 A
number of local women met at the
home of Mrs. Paul Townsendtbls
week to can tomatoes for the
children's school lunches this win
ter at the MkMon Bottom school.
Miss Thelma Barnett teacher, as
sisted by the older girls Is carry
ing out the plan put tn order last
school term by members of the
P. T. A.
Elaborate plans are beinr made
for the opening parent teachers
meeting to be held at the school-
house Friday, October 21. Thia
event will mark the first of the
monthly meetings to be given the
third Friday of each whiter
month. Entertainment Is in charge
of Mrs. Paul Townsend, chairman
and Mrs. Ted Jelderks. Mrs. A. N.
Parson is chairman of the refresh
ment committee with Mrs. Fred
Vieso and Mrs. Pierce Collard as
JEFFERSON, Oct 8. High
school students here are already
laying p!ans for the first publto
function of the year, a carnival
to be held about November 4. Ex
act date win be set later.
Before the recent student as
sembly. Principal Patton gave a
short lecture, forbidding the stu
dents to throw lunch wrappings
on lawns near the school.
High school student body offi
cers' are: president Mae Calavan;
vice president Ralph Beach; sec
retary. Lucille Pratt; treasurer.
Mina Wright: editor of scheol
publications, Keith el Smith; ath
letic manager. Mil Harris; Ser
geant at arms. Kenneth Seipp. re
porter, Jean McKee; yell leaders,
Robert Gulrin and Ellen Looney.
Quilt Show Slated
To be Feature of
Next Grange Meet
NORTH HOWELL. Oct. 8 A
quilt show will be an interesting
feature .of the next regular
grange meeting on October 14 at
North Howell when the members
of the Home Economics club hare
charge of the program and en
tertainment All kinds of quilts, with their
'detign, history or any special
reference, are asked for by the
H. E. C. : chairman, Mrs. Amy
Beer, who will also have charge
of the program, several num
bers f which promise novelty.
i'ox-iuck lunch; will be served
by the October birthday mem
bers. Coulter Tells Aims
Of Liberty Members
LIBERTY. Oct 8 A fair
slaed audience heard Frank E
Coulter, of the Liberty party
speak here Wednesday evening.
Mr. Coulter explained that while
the party has not sufficient fol
lowing to win In the election,
the hope la to educate enough
people about causes and remedies
ror conditions to make it possible
for men In congress who do trv
to put through reforms to -obtain
more backing trom the people.'
O. B. Allra. chairman of the
liberty party. In Salem Introduced
Physical Exams For
High Student Soon
SILVERTON. Oct -Tuesdav
In the local health center. will be
devoted to unkr and senior high
caooi pnysicai examinations: Mrs.
J. Ballantyne : announced" Thurs
day, and the regular, .pre-school
health clinic will not be held un
til October 18..
- - a
JOHN INGRAM PASSES
- JEFFERSON,: Oct't--B. F.
Oakley, local blacksmith, and wife
attended the funeral of arr uncle.
John Ingram, at Albany Friday
afternoon. Rev. Henry Alber. of
ficiating.; Mr Ingram- was born
on the-Ingram - farm near Tan
gent, August 30, 1814. and "died
at Vulean;; AltaV September : 18.
Ho lived near Tangent and in
eastern Oregon, during youth and
yeung manhood, going to Canad
in 18 89.-No. Immediate relative,
survive, jut several nephews ar
nieces live la thl section, v - :v
FOR SCHOOL ICR
BT HIGH STUDENTS
7V B.. ELECTS - V
u GERVAIS. Oct- 8-i-Tho Chris--tian
Endeavor society of the. Pres-byterian-ebairch
as follows. at ;lta' meettsgenaay.
night: . president. Edgar . Albrtt
too; vice-president. Marguertte
DnReUe; secTitarx-trtasurar, Eil
een ceiky ,r advisors; Mrs.- A1U