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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salm- Oregon, Saturday Morning. October 21, 133
Nicholson Scores Twice on
Plays, Long Runs
. (Cmtlna4 tram ptf 1)
vaj for another acoro whn lie
returned a punt 25 yards to Al
bany S5. Two plays later he
crashed through the middle of the
Albany team to the three-yard line
and Salstrom scored from there
on an eni run. Nicholson bucked
oyer for the extra point.
A Salem pant to the Albany
nine-yara stripe orougni me e
score, a safety, when Albany's
kicker Tumbled behind the goal
liae, 'recovered and was downed
Nicholson's rapid - fire scoring
spree in the third period eomplet
. ed the tallying, hut the fireworks
were not over. Nicholson was sent
to the showers and to prove their
contention that he was . a "one
man team," Albany immediately
nerked on and threatened for the
first time. With Robertson drlv-
1. rt (ha Una aftt ICM
. -working smoothly,. Albany advanc
ed to-Salem's 21. a 16-yard penal
ty -took the ,111 to the five, nt
then Wintefmnte intercepted a
pass and the threat was dead
i Outstanding performers in Sa
lem's line were Coons and Drager.
though all of their mates played
. exceptional ball and held the vis
itors to one first down In the first
..half. Budlong and Norman were
The last quarter was enlivened
principally by a squabble between
the rival rooting sections over
"hini1iin' rann with hundreds
of boys streaming from one end
of the field to the other and mass
ing for what might have turned
Into a free-for-all, but seemed to
lack the necessary "overt act'
The trouble, as nearly as could be
learned, was started by former
. students, not those now in school
Halvorsen C . . . .
- Drager RT
. Nicholson Q
Sherrill ;...RH Roberts
Knight F Robertson
Referee, Howard Maple; um
pire, Frank' Basher; head lines
man, Emil Hauser.
HOHD URGES I
(Contlmiefl from pas 11
association reported that the or
ganisation had made rapid strides
during the past year and that
much good had been accomplish
ed. Four reports were received and
discussed. These included: "Meth
ods of 8tudy." by Clyde H. Beard,
Roseburg; "Outside Music Cre
dits." by Fred D. Wolf. Salem;
'Character Education." by W. E.
Snyder, Monroe, and "Honor
Societies," by Harry B. Johnson,
The conference dinner was held
last night w.ith John C. Johnson
' serving as toastmaster. The con
f ereuce wil continue in session un
til tonight. -
' Howard said the attendance at
this year's conference was larger
. thau- ever before, and that the
subjects discussed were of Vital
Interest to both the educators and
Group to Meet
. Officers of the 40 et 8 societe
of the American Legion will meet
at the Marion hotel at 6 o'clock
this evening for the first gather
lug ot the newly elected grand
Yoiture of the state since the
'election at the Klamath Falls
election, - with "wreck" to be
staged beginning at 8 o'clock by
th Marion county oitnre No.
i5S. The "wreck" will be hejd in
the building formerly occupied
by. the Boneateela motor com-
pected at the "wreck" are repre
sentatives of TOituree at TUla-
Jtnd Ctftiillis in addition to the
rfficeydrho come trom all parts
jet the ftste.
TYPKOON DROWNS 54
KOBE, Japan. Oct. 21. (Satur
day) P) After a night ot futfle
effort to rescue victims ot the
sunken Yasnima Maru, sixty div
ers today started a search for
bodies In the shallow water where
. -a typhoon sank the vessel with a
loss of 64 lives.
Every - 'i
Wed. and Sat.
All good soles are In Heaven
when they dance to the
Boy Hack's Composition
I Intermission .- , ,
FROM DmRE STATE
I Runaway U. S. Princess Pursuing Film Fame?
L r V ' J ' -r t
The report that Janet Snowden, Newport, E. L, oil heiress who married
uaravua, itanan noDieman, only to leave mm ana stare annunnenc .proceedings in less than a week, is in
HeUywood, incognito, has caused the gossips to wonder if she is bent on an invasion of the films. She
would net be the first society beauty to crash moviedom, for many have had similar ideas, although few made
the grade. Among those who did make .good are Adrienne Ames, daughter of a prominent New York
famuy; Elissa Laadi, who may claim kinship with Hungarian royalty, and Tallulah Bankhead, daughter
f the U. S. Senator from Alabama. However, Sliss Bankhead first won fame in England on the legiti
BLONDES POISON TO
SPOKANE. Wash.. Oct. 20. ()
Blondes and . brunettes also,
for that matter are poison to
aspiring football coaches, Mich
ael Pecarovich, Gonzaga univers
ity mentor, told a class of high
school coaches here today.
"The idea that girls are an In
spiration for a football player to
do bigger and better things," said
Pecarovich, "is a hoax. Keep your
players away from them as you
would away from poison.
"I can tell right away when a
player starts getting interested in
some girl, because he arrives for
practice at the last minute, and
his mind is not on his work.
"If you see the attacking team
throw a pass which sails through
the air right into the arms of a
waiting player, to be carried for
a long gain, don't think the trou
ble is with the defense plan. It's
because someone on the defense
is thinking ot some blonde up in
At Near Million
ST. JOSEPH, N. B., Oct. 20. iff)
Fire ot undetermined origin al
most wiped out St. Joseph's uni
versity tonight, causing damage
hurriedly estimated at $1,000,000.
The 300 students were in the
chapel when the tire started in
the main building and all filed out
The main building and the "old
university" unit were leveled.
Only the new chapel, skating rink
and gymnasium survived. The fire
spread to nearby residences, des
The institution is under the
Jurisdiction of the Holy Cross or
der. Livestock Show
To Start Today
PORTLAND, Oct. 20.() The
Pacific International Livestock
exposition will open here tomor
row with the class of entries sur
passing htat ot several previous
shows, A. P. Fleming, manager of
the exposition said because stock
men and horse raisers, obliged to
economize, brought only their
OSLO. Norwav. Oct. 20. H
In the face of demands from the
labor party which made substan
tial rains In Snndav'a national
elections the liberal government
announced tonight it refuses to
A POX PICTURE
jTcontinuous Show Daily
Board . .
Today Kay Francis in
"Mary Stevens, M.D."
Today and Sunday Double
Bill, "The Wrecker" and
"Under the Tonto Rim."
Today Janet Gay nor ia
"Paddy, the Next Best
Today Betty Compson in
"West cf Singapore," plus
Midnight matinee of "Face
in the Sky," with Spencer
Today Tom Tyler in "The
Honor of the Mounted,"
plus midnight matinee, Ed
die Cantor in "Whoopee."
As New Oiiiceon
Court is Opened
Scores of men seeking work
were registered yesterday at the
federal reem loyment office here,
250 Court street. From 9 a.m.
until nightfall men came to the
office to have their names placed
for new Jobs. Only those whose
names began with the first two
letters of the alphabet were taken
care of Friday. Men whose names
begin with "C", "D" or "E" are
to be handled today. Registra
tion of workers will go on each
day next week, tho men being
handled in alphabetical order.
Women also will be registered.
The work is proceeding with
the aid of interviewers furnished
by the county relief committee.
WX.T U. Backs
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 20
Legalization of the liquor traf
fic was condemned in a resolu
tion by delegates to the annual
convention of the Oregon Wom
an's Christian Temperance union
in their closing session here to
day. The delegates by resolution
also condemned what they de
scribed as Immoral motion pic
tures. The state union decided to car
ry on an aggressive campaign for
the total abstinence from alcohol
ic liquor through an educational
program, extending from schools
and churches to secular and
business organisations. ,
A New Charlie Chan
flr Saturday I
II Janet Gaynor
II Warner Baxter
II PADDY !
U The Next Best
1 P.M. to IIP. M.
Prince SIrignano Don Franceses
SILK STRIKE RIOT
PATERSON. N. J., Oct. 21 (Sat
urday). (P) Following a day and
night of strike disorders in which
17 were injured, the Institute of
Silk Dyers and Printera voted
early today to open Monday all
silk dyeing shops affiliated with
Riots and pitched battles be
tween police and strikers with bul
lets whistling and stones flying
figured in the disturbances of the
past 24. hours. Twenty-four pick
ets were arrested in the clashes.
One man was seriously hurt last
night in the melee which broke
out in a meeting of the left wing
National Textile Workers Union
hall. Four others were hurt and
. The other injuries and arrests
resulted from disturbances earlier
in the day which came as the cli
max of a seven-weeks-old contro
versy between striking workmen
Pray Drops Three
Men to Cut Down
Game. Law Output
PORTLAND. Ore., Oct. 20. (ff)
Charles P. Pray, superintendent
of state police, today named three
of the five members of his de
partment who are to be released
in an effort to reduce the cost of
game law enforcement.
The men named were Duncan
McKay, Burns; Roy M. Parr,
Reedsport and C. P. Smith, Sea
side. Superintendent Pray said that
with the dismissal of the three
men, the established posts from
which they operated will be aban
doned, The police head declined
to name the other two who are
to befreleased. The men will be
released officially November 1, it
Jews and Marx
BERLIN, Oct. 20. (JP) Two
reasons were offered tonight for
Germany's resignation from the
league of nations. That theeague
was a "forum for Jews and Marx
ists," and that it had refused to
admit Germany from the begin
ning. The semi-official Wolff news
agency In a statement said the
league lost the right to represent
the civilised world "because it
had become an anti-fascist mass
meeting and a platform for Jew
ish and Marxistic oratory."
Better rletarts rntet Botna
Sunday - Monday - Tuesday
Midnight Preview - Tonight! - 11 :15 - 10c
," 3T World's Greatest Nsif r. Vt
FY ". His Best Musical Comedy -
Filmed in Techni-Color
-v ITS THE GREATEST
!SHOW ON EMTB ,
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Litvinoff Will be. Sent to
' Washington for Parley
,::With: Roosevelt v-
Catiau bom pc D.
President. Rooserelt's step comes
rat a .moment ot a rery serious and
complicated international situa
Uoa in which the cause of peace
is being assailed la many parts of
the world." . -v."
(Copyright. 19t 3. . by the
Associated Press) ;
NEW YORK, Oct. 20.
With the announcement of the
recognition conversations, it was
learned authoritatively tonight
that several Wall street banks are
preparing to ease credit immedi
ately for increased soviet sales by
discounting acceptance of the
Amtorg Trading corporation.
In addition to discounts some
thing that Wall street has shied
away from since the soviet repu
diation ot debts It was learned
the banks stand ready to make
loans direct to Amtorg, the Rus
sian trading agency.
It was also felt certain in in
formed quarters here that the
Washington conversations be
tween the president a,nd the soviet
commissar for foreign affairs will
lead to a heavy extension of fed
FOLKS ARE VISITED
BETHANY. Oct. 20. Mr. and
Mrs. Ole Satern returned this
week from a trip they made into
Montana. Mrs. Satern left in Sep
tember with her son, Oscar Sat
ern Mrs. Oscar Satern and John
Mae, who were going on to Min
nesota. The elder Mrs. Satern re
mained in Montana where she was
Joined early in October by her
The two visited three families,
all formerly ot the Silverton com
munity, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Larson
(Sophie Goplerud), Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Larson (Louise Hatte
berg), and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Underdahl (Bessie Sundvold). The
Saterns made headquarters while
in Montana with Mrs. Satern's
brother, Hans Lyback, also for
merly of Silverton.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Satern and
Mr. Moe expect to return to the
community within two or three
weeks. They have been spending
their time visiting relatives at Al
bert Lee, Minn., and plan to stop
In Nebraska en route to Oregon.
HOLLYWOOD, Oct 20. (JP)
The Laurel canyon home of Joan
Blondell. the film star, and her
husband, George Barnes, movie
cameraman, eaught fire tonight.
Miss Blondell suffered the loss
of her eyelashes by flames and
her $500 Siamese cat was burned
to death. The loss to furniture in
one of the bedrooms was estimat
ed at J1.000.
40 YEARS SEXTEXCE
DALLAS, Tex. Oct 20. &)
Noah Roark, 52-year-old Dallas
lawyer, was sentenced to 40 years
in prison today by a Jury which
convicted him on a murder charge
for the slaying of Justin Stein,
office building manager, here last
BETHANY. Oct 20. William
A. Gatchet painfully cut his right
hand this week while cultivating
strawberries. He acci d e n ta 1 1 y
caught his hand on one of the
levers on the cultivator and cut
into the bone.
Freshens thrmektli $-
.0WUICS uw uutu
f'Honor of the Mounted"
Cartooa - Comedy - Magic Cu-pet
'--i . . v HI
Genevieve Tobtn and Jack HoH
have the toU in t
cumt festare at tint Capitol
theatre, "The Wrecker."
Would you Uke to know if you
have a twin (that ia somebody
that was born on the same day
and year as you It you would
like to know just write in and
let us know your birthday.
M M C
I see where several of Roy
Mack's pieces have been accepted
by music companies good luck
to you Roy.
At one time Roy accompanied
the stage program on the piano.
M M C
Yep! It won't be long until it's
time for another big Mickey
Mouse birthday party.
M M C
Uncle Churchmouse says "Some
folks think th bonds o' matri
mony ought t' be listed under th'
head of short-term securities "
M M C
"Boots" tells me thit he's got
a little brother at his house and
that he looks Just like him.
M M C
Don't let that worry you,
"Boots", as long as he's healthy,
M M C
The special feature this after
noon is Slim Summerville and
Zasu Pitts In "They Had to Get
Married", and wait until you
see the special stage features.
M M C
I'be gotta quit writing now
cause I've got an appointment
at the dentist
Today and Sunday
Roaring Romance of the.
44 Under the
L Fred Kohler
Jfr. ttaymona tiatton
a to 8 8-11 P. Bi.
Any Seat Any Seat
Continuous - 2 to 11 P. M.
Buck Jones Ranger Club Matinee, Saturday, 1:30 pan.
Double Bill Regular Prices
3 Acts High Clast Vaudeville
Juggling Act, Slack Wire Walking, Dog Act and
Funny Clowns and Comedy Jugglers
and on the Screen
First Showing Salem
with BETTY COMPSON
Weldon Heyboxn, Tom Douglas
Margaret Lindsay, Clyde Cook
Also Cartoon Comedy, News
and Final Episode of
"The Whispering Shadow"
SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY
Continuous Performance Swnday, 2 to 11 P. M.
witnessed this love... H l.sL -' '
thrramifd by today
mad-paced furr and f' J-JSr1
Ist ideals... a lore ?
that sought refuge m
faUy and dcrotioev
Also Tom Howard in "Drug on the f jT V
v MaratKewsleCkniedy V
TtM1ln Iflftf Thss irtlClC OwH-
ers association is well b tinned
with the adjustment reached at
the mass meeting at the chamber
night. A C. Anderson, president,
Hh Mi-Mi that everr mem
ber of the organization comply
with the provision 01 m tem
porary measure rgm a-way.
Application blanks are arail
t Anderson's office, 645
Chemeketa. and applications for
tiling for tne permiis ar uw uo
inr sent out to each local unit ot
ABUteraon ma n ueueu
members will have completed til
ing far th permits by early next
nv TT. Aapurtn nimgeii very
well pleased with the turnout of
mihrf T&ntMiT nMCuu aaaiDK
that a dozen telegrams attested
the interest trom places not oio
erwise represented at the meet
"The truckmen are busy now
mktnz jlan to meet the legis
lature for correction and modifi
cation ot the bus and truck law.
We are working for a taxation
nian th&t will tak a small Just
sum from each and every truck
and bus operator and still bring
In plenty of Tevenue for the high
Strike to Show
Ire at Governor
MONTEREY. Mexico, Oct. 20.
All members ot the local police
force and a majority of public
employes throughout the state
went on a strike tonight in pro
test against Governor Mardena's
attitude toward the national rev
The governor Immediately ap
pealed to General Juan Andreu
Almazan commander of the mil
itary zone, to assign troops to
patrol the city.
College Prober in
ALBANY COLLEGE, Oct. 20.
Fern O'Dell, Junior from Portland
suffered a severed grtery in her
right hand when she was attempt
ing to Insert a glass tube into a
cork. The tube slipped and severe
ly punctured the back of the hand.
The wound required three
st'tches. , .
2 Big: Features
a greater wrecker than
he saved the only
thing he ever loved!
Attend our Saturday
night 9 o'clock show and
remain for 11:15 pan.
midnight matinee FREE
FACE in tho SKY
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1.1.11 i Alhinr 4
Oregon If; Idaho 0. V
Columbia, IS, WiUcmetU
- pacific Lutheran 6, J. "oang
college 0. .. ,
Oregon Normal 25.' St. . ar.
, Bend Wgii 20, The Dalles .
Corrallia high 19. Eugene 0.
Washington and Jefferson .. '
Xavier 0. f
Detroit I, Duquesne 14;
Drake IS, Grinnell e.
Johns Hopkins 8. Loyola 0,
North Dakota 0, Superior 0.
. . .
NEW YOEK, Oct 20.(i5-The
New York Federal Exchange bank'
has reduced its buying rate for
bankers acceptances in the open
market to of 1 per cent for
maturities up to 10 days, ft was
announced today. The rate had
previously been 1 per cent
MICKEY MOUSE MAT.
TODAY AT 1P.1L
Zasu FKta In
Vhtj Jost Had to Get Married'
also Mickey Mowsc Ca-tcon
. 4 Your
(K rt,. , toaay:
ssxt mix tu timvt fit
basss nm cf a w&un bsctm
Sw why th didn't take the advice
9ve eener usmmH 9nsi
lyle Talbot Clenda Farrell
jTmlma Todd Una O'Connor
Tonight at 11:30
And Sun., Moil, Tues.
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Lionel i -' , I