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TEe OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Saturday Horning." October 29, 1931
ASTORIA BESTS :
111 BI H
Koskfela Throws 'em Where
Receivers are, one Goes
: For Lone Touchdown
(Continued from pas 1)
the first 'play after the klckoff,
and pat together a powerful at
tack and a couple of penalties to
achieve tint down on Astoria'
one-yard line. "Weisser accounted
tar most ot the earned yardage.
Bnt the red and black could gain
only one foot of the three needed
for a score, though both line
. plunge and rererses were tried.
, t Johnnv Perrlne. who a week or
sd ago xave up football for the
season due to an Injury but
changed 'his mind, engineered a
- determined offensive that almost
brought result In the third per
iod. He started It with a l-yara
print to Astoria's 29-yard mark,
aid once again a penalty, this
tlhia n tllatral antwHtnttnn at a
player who had already partici
pated sln that quarter, helped Sa
lem to a first down six yards from
the Areted . doable, chalk mark.
Perrlne plunged to the one-yard
stripe but then -a- penalty and a
ftmble Intervened to spdll - that
f elnaer Prominent" '
la Salem's Defense'
. Once again, in a desperate
fourth-period attack, Salem pen
etrated to within 11 yards of the
goal line, but again a fumble gave
the oval to Astoria,
i Weisser put up a brilliant de
fensive battle, smacking enemy
ball carriers solidly time after
t)me. Salem's ends also did note
worthy duty ia atopping or herd
lag 1b the Astoria attack. The
middle ot Salem's line was all but
Impregnable, bat massed Interfer
ed off tackle and effective dodg
ing and squirming by Williamson,
Ellas and Canessa. enabled the
visitors to pile up considerable
yardage. Perrlne and Weisser
were practically the only Salem
, men who could go places, and the
rfed and black aerial threat did not
V . The lineups:
f Astoria Salem
; Mackey le Coons
Bjork It Fronk
Bechen lg Fisher
Urell c... Halvorsen
tjeirnl rg Cannon
Elfelng ..rt Earle
Wilson re Doertler
Caspeil q Weisser
Canessa In Mason
Ellas ...rh Engle
Koskela.. f Knight
. Scoring, Astoria: Touchdown,
; Ellas. Point after touchdown,
Bjork (place kick).
1 Referee, Howard Maple; um
pire, Frank Bashor; head lines
man, Marshall Hartley.
( Continued from puce 1)
in several years, wended its way
through the. downtown streets,
culling public attention to the big
game, which is scheduled tor 8
o'clock tonight under the light
on Sweetland field.
1 The College ot Paget Sound
squad, li players and Coach Roy
Saadberg, will arrive la Salem
about noon today, accompanied by
a. large contingent of rooters.
Jack Everett is
Walking in Sleep
Many Salem people are ac
quainted with the Rev. Monroe
O. Everett family who formerly
resided In Corrallis, where Dr.
Everett was Presbyterian student
pastor at the college. He now la
at the University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, in a similar capac
ity. Word has come, according to
report In the Corrallis Gasette-
Times, of the injury to the son.
. Jack Everett, IS, who tell from a
third story window while walking
In his aleep. Tea bones of his
body were broken, both legs, both
arms, his hip crashed. He Is in
hospital and is expected to re
rover without permanent Injury.
Tab Everett spent last summer
on the coast.
Miss Thelma Davis of Salem ia
spending the winter with the Ev
erett again this year.
DEFEAT ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 28 (AP)
Unleashing a powerhouse attack
In the final quarter, the Univer
sity of Kansas Jayhawkers scored
a tone touchdown to defeat the
St. Louis university Billikens
to 0 tonight,
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RieHACsCfcWl HEIiEM G REASON MARIA JBCITZA f
' "fTia ill wind " ru the old bromide, aad tie ill wiad of the
4prcuoa bae rem traa to form, for it blow im good to Americas
aspiraats to operatic fame. Whoa the Metropolitan Opera starts its
1932-1933 eeaaoa aaxt month, there wSl bo a radical change in the
program, whereia are listed the sum of the perform ore. Heretofore,
the mere readiagvof aa opera program conjured up visions of Capri aad
Naples not e plaio America acme ia a carload. But since the farorc
that followed the Metropolitan) management announcement last May,
that its artiste would have to accept a salary cut, a lot of those names
aero retired from the American scene and their place have been taken
by the native product. Among the great stars who will not twinkle Uf
the firmament of the famous opera house this season are thee of Marie
Jeritea, long regarded ae mo of the world's foremost prima donnas,
aad Benjamin Gigli, once the) Metropolitan's aco tenor. Instead wT
will listen to Richard Crooks, a native son who has come Into bis own.
Lawrence Tibbett, who will be hoard in the title role of Emperor Jouen
an American Opera built ou Eugene CNeill's drama, Mary Cloaeou,
American sod ran. Rose Bamptoa. contralto, aad manv other nativt
stars, who mijtht have been denied
operetM heao vrs it mot tor
LEGAL FEE PROTEST
(Continued from page 1)
Under this ruling and the plain
latent of the law, not one cent of
legal expense incurred in uphold
ing the tuition law will be charg
ed directly or Indirectly to the
non-high school districts.
The Salem district' share of
the legal expense ia $221.72, and
this amount was authorized
Tuesday night by the school
board. Other nigh school districts
in the county will share the ex
pense In the ratio that the num
ber ot student In their district
bears to all high school students
in the districts which fought to
uphold the tuition law in the
Charge is Made
Theft of a. quantity of garden
track, including beets, rye grass
ana clover see a. is charged to
Herman Kieper, who was ar
rested at his home near Talbot
Friday by Deputy Sheriffs Barber
and Smith. Complaint was made
by-Mrs. Frank Kieper, said to be
a relative by marriage.
Kieper pleaded not guilty and
was released on his own recogni
sance, pending his reappearance
la court for direction of the
Evangelist D. H. McLaughlin
who is now preaching each night
in Evangelistic Tabernacle at 13th
and Ferry streets will close his re
vival services Sunday night speak
ing on the subject. "Where are
the Dead!" The Sunday after
noon service at S will be a water
baptismal service when a number
will be immersed. This is the fifth
week of the services. Interest has
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their earned right to a place ia the
the ill winds of depression.
been very good as well as attend
ance. A campaign record crowd Is
expected, according to Pastor
Weston, in the Sunday afternoon
and evening services.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 28
(APJ Unleashing an oratorical
barrage against President Hoov-j
er. Senator Hiram W. Johnson. -
California's progressive republi-1
can leader, in a public address
here tonight urged all progress
ives to support Franklin D. Roo
sevelt In the forthcoming elec
Johnson's address, delivered
before a mass meeting sponsored
by the progressive republican
Roosevelt league of California,
was a sequel to his recent an
nouncement that he could not
and would not support President
Hoover. Previous to that, there
had been an exchange of felicita
tions between Roosevelt and
Johnson when the democratic
presidential candidate visited
California on his westward cam
CAPITAL, V. TAKES IOWA
WASHINGTON. Oct. 28. -
(AP) A fast, hard-rannlng
halfback. Nigs McCarrer, took it
upon himself tonight to avenge
last season's licking and George
Washington university defeated
Iowa university 21 to 8.
ill To quickly relieve
chapping and roughness, t
III apply soothing, V
fit cooling Mentholatum. v
DALLAS Oct, 21. No mora
cases ar. tihedaled for trial ia
the Polk county circuit court her
untn Monday, October 11. A ease
was get tor Thursday et this week
bat it was postponed. Urn leav
ing a Vacancy untn next ireek.
Tha cue far Monday 1 that of
the state t. Robert Williams,
&arged vita operaunjr a ear
while nader tha influence of in
toxicating- liquor, and thus caus
ing the dssta of a hnmaa being.
Wllliama was the driver of the ear
ia which Minnie Blrka, ot Dallas,
was killed a few weeks ago." His
ear was struck by a track loaded
with wood and Miss Birks and an
other girl injured. Williams was
not seriously injured, bat spent
torn timo In a Salem hospital
after the accident.
According to the version of the
wreck: as told to poilco, Williams
was drlring on the Salem-Dallas
highway near Break's Corner and
as on tho wong side of the road.
He was headed toward Dallas and
the truck, coming from the oppo
site direction, tried to avoid hit
ting the car by moving to the
other side ot the road. At tha
same time as the truck driver
crossed tha road, the Williams
car also went back to the Tight
siae ana the car and truck met
William was Indicted by the
Polk county grand jury on Octo-
oer , while he was still la the
hospitaL His brother, who was al
so in the car, is serving a jail
sentence here for being drank on
a public highway.
Despair Vote is
Target of Talk
By Ogden Mills
WORCESTER, Mass., Oct, 21
! (AP) Ogden L. Mills, tonight
i warned against the casting of "a
vote of despair and forlorn hope
the forlorn hope in the magic
of a mere chance."
Speaking before a mass meet
ing of republicans, tha secretary
of treasurer asserted there were
only two real issues In the pres
idential campaign: "Tha depres
sion itself and, secondly, the prob
lem of recovery from the depres
sion," America's only way oat of
the depression was In the re-elec
tion of President Hoover, he said.
Frozen Body of
SHERIDAN, Wyo.. Oct. 22 f-
(AP) The stormlswept Bighorn
mountains today yielded a frozen
body believed to be that of Dillon
HcKinaon, 17, of Greyboll, Wya.,
one of three hunters trapped in
the mountains when a storm
struck there a week ago.
4-M CLUB MEETING
RICKEY, Oct. 28. Mrs. Rob
ert Clark, airs. Stella Culver and
Mrs. M. M. Magee will be Joint
hostesses to the members of the
4-M club at the Clark home Wed
nesday, November 2, at an all-day
STEPS ON FISH HOOK
WOODBURN, Oct. 21 Gene
Coleman, small son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Coleman, sustained a
painful injury recently when he
stepped on a fish hook and the
hook became Imbedded tn his toot.
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I HONOR MEMORY OF T It" j
Dan Beard, veteran national eewntander of the Boy Scouts of America.
Is shewn as he placed a wreath ea the crave ef Theodora Roosevelt ai
yster Bay, Lens Island, during the annual pilgrimage ef the Boy
eouts to the last resting- place the famous President. The vetsraa
scout and many of the pugrims were the picturesque buckskin eostuma
ef frontier days.
OF FATAL S1I0B
TREKA. CaL, Oct. 28 (AP)
Tha tw. men aad a Woman
alleged to have sold the punch-
boards at Happy Camp and Seiad
which Caused tha killing at .a
man and the wounding of another
Wednesday evening were arrested
today at WeaverrQle.
Sheriff A. S. Calkins left here
for WearervQle with the Inten
tion ot bringing the three back to
Robert Zimmerman, sbout 19,
of Eugene, Ore., was killed and
W. R. Shadbourne, Selad mer
chant, wounded in the shooting at
Happy Camp Wednesday evening.
Shadbourne, who will recover had
followed Zimmerman and two
other men to Happy Camp from
Selad after the three had pinched
most of the winning numbers oft
his new hoard. Ha said he had
learned one et Zimmerman's as
sociates, Lee E. Scott, 28, had re
ceived a telephone call from one
of the vendors of the ponchboards
and had merely satd "Seiad valley
and Happy Camp. Goodbye."
Signs For Film
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 28 (AP)
A contract under which Eleanor
Helm, 18, Olympic swimming-
champion, will receive from $289
to $2000 weekly from Warner
Brothers Pictures, Inc., providing
all options are exercised was ap
proved today by a superior court
Sunday - Monday
tvr J l t .
i ueaaay - w cancsuay
Becaasa she dared to de
fy their code. Because
she scorned their threats.
Because she loved the
man they - htinted, they
called her Wild Girl.
OF BRET HARTET8
JOAN . I
A HOME-OWNED THEATRE
I Good News!
NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (AP)
September sales et department
stores in the second federal re
serve district, including New
York, New Jersey and Conneetl-
eut, showed the smallest dally
average decline sine, last .Janu
ary the monthly Review ef the
federal reserve agent said. In tha
middle west sales were 27 to 40
per cent above the preceding-
DETROIT. Oct. 28 (AP)
Employment ha been made avail
able for more workmen, the Ksl
vinator company announced to
day, by adoption of the five-day
week for both offices and shops.
Electric refrigerator production
has been speeded ap, the company
CHICAG, Oct, 28 (AP) Man
ufacturers of household washing
machines meeting here today said
the industry is definitely on the.
upgrade. E. N. Hurley, Jr.. pres
ident of the American Washing
Machine Manufacturers' associa
tion, said "each of the past three
months has shown a gratifying in
crease in unit sales over the pre-
CHICAGO, Oct. 28 (AP)
Business of the Atchison, Topeka
A Santa Fe railroad for October
will be about 18 per cent higher
than for Beptember, officials of
the railroad estimated today.
Tennessee ranks fifth among
the states in production ot hard'
Home of 23c Talkies
LAST TIMES TODAY
Miekey Mouse Matinee
Today 1:30 P.M.
FIRST SHOWING Ef SALEM
Texas Bad Man
LI EDWINA BOOTH
A Superb Production of.
James Fennimore Cooper's
Attend ow Nine 'dock Show
Saturday Kite and Remain for
our litis P. M. lTsttneie Free
TONIGHT WB PRESENT
A RETURN PXCTURB
with BEN LYON, RACQTJEL
Cotnixgr Sweday, Monday
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RETURN ENGAGEMENT .
These fameus RadXe EaUrtala
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A benefit matinee tor the As
sociated Charities will ba held this
morning: at the Hollywood the
atre, with two performance, at
8:29 and 10:20 o'clock. Admis
sion will ba by canned or fresh
fruit, vegetables, meats or any
thing; else In the food Una.
The admission articles will all
he given to the Associated Chari
ties, .veteran .Salem charitable or
ganization, to aid the group in
carrying on its relief program dur
ing the winter months.
Salem children are urged. It
possible, to attend the early show
this morning, so that kiddies from
oat of town can attend the 10:20
show. Tom Mix in "The Texas
Bad Man" is the feature."
Potter Asks for
From Earl Terry
Damages of 85000 for In in r! as
growing oat of an auto accident
are asked bv O. Potter from Earl
Terry in a suit tiled Friday in cir
cuit court nere. Eoiter claims he
sustained permanent injuries to
his right arm. The accident is al
leged to have occurred whan Pat.
ter and Terry's car collided Au
gust la, 19X1, on the Silver Creek
Falls road near its Junction with
the Sllrerton-Stayton road.
Return to Vfprk
INDIANTOWV Wla rw
(AP) Striktnr convict at a Mid
camp near here ended a 2 4 -hoar
re oemon ana went peaceably back
DO YOU KNOW THAT THE
Sells their famous Rolls and Pastries? Salt Sticks, Poppyseed
Rolls or Hard Rolls 20e dosen, 2 dot. for 85c Pastries at 21
dos. decorated as yon wish. Cakes $1 up. decorated to the oc
casion. Plea 2Se to 10s each.
25c & 35c Lunettes 40e & 50c Dinners
Salem's Finest Restaurant sea State Street
1 a g
(Stowing at MJL Show Only 1 P. 8L)
in "LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD"
Mickey Monte in "The Beach Party"
Zasn PitU - Billie Dove
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By OLIVE M. DOA&
WARNER BROS. ELSCTORE
T o d a y - Joan Blondell
In -Big City Blaea."
Friday Robert Montgomery
In -BlondJe of the Fol-
Today Douglas Fair-
hanks, Jr., in "Love is a
Today Regis Toomey
in -The Midnight PatroL"
Friday Tom Mix in -The
Texas Bad Man.
to work today on the promise of
prison inspector that Incarceration
of four ot their number In the
camp sweatbox would be thor
Some 20 or 40 of the convicts
struck yesterday when Captain C.
M us grove placed four ot the men
in the solitary confinement cells
as a disciplinary measure. He said
they had been ring-Ice ders of a
group who the night before beat
the trusty cook at the camp.
redoes yemr faxnlly
VlcksPlan Cor better
to end a