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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1920)
THE P.P.TM..10URXAL rriXBM
Bearcat"O.A.C.Game Promises To Be Battle Royal
BUT HARD BATTLE
' return contes
' The probable lineups
, triitley 1 --
The rinse will be calle
d pronflrtly at
Victory for the Oregon Agriculture
college basketball quintet when they
tangle wl-h the Willamette r.earea's on
the armory floor this evening, in going
to come only af;er a hard anil bitter
light. If at all.
That'll the straight "dope." lire.-; j
from Coach Mathews ami h!s aggie-.
Bug, Stops Here
SALEM HIGH L1
LEAVE ON INVASION
OF SOUTHERN TOWNS
jit's Up- to Yon, Mr. Farmej
iodiy, "Kill" Hayward, the "granu
obi man" of the I'niversity of Ore-
-.t!..,. nf srramiers. who have been ei)r, here he has been athletic train-
jMittins In tioine vlt-lous licks since theer an(J track co.,ch for the past 19
was in saiem ior suin-ini"5
than an hour Thursday eve-
occsslon or tne'.r nenui uuu yel.9
nee athletic and the consequence muie
double licking they received at the
han.lH of the Whitman college five
here last week.
The Aggies ore popular favorites lor
tonight s (jame by reason of their vic
tories over Whitman during the Ore-
tour of the Missionaries and ne-
nine. In all other respects "ISM'' was
far, f ir away, his mind on the high
ways and byways which lead to the
Sylvan nooks of hill and dale, and
likewise on the means of locomotion
said -bits of paradise.
The reason for "Dill's" far away
look stood on State street, rear wheel
cause of the greater exper.ence ot me a(f.tinst (Je cul.b tne center of an
inge and black players, on me " admiring throng of motor enthusiasts
A. C. five are a trio that nave seen
uction on ever conference college floor
In the past few years and who are
rated anion the best on the const.
They are Hubbard and Rearden,
guards, and Stlnson. forward.
What the Bearcats will be able to
accomplish against this galaxy of stars
is hard to predict, but the locals wilt
appear as a far more finished and for
midable team than when they played
Whitman. Every night for the past
week Mathews has been putting his
solicits through a series of sprouts cal
culated to take the kinks out nf tho
arms that passed wildly Into space In
the clash with the Missionaries, steady
the nerves that splintered under the
attacks of stage fright in their initial
contests, and perfect an offensive sys
tem which will carry the ball within
reach of the elusive hoops.
"Willamette Is going to have a dif
ferent team from the one of a week
ago," the coach said, this morning.
"Harglss' Aggies are going to earn
every point hey make."
Physically all of the fiearcnts regu
lars are In good shape and the team
will si art the gume at maximum
strength, when Dean 11. Walker, conch
f last year's conference championship
team of the University of Oregon,
Mows thu opening whistle. Walker,
who Is rated ns perhaps the heat bas
lelball official In the northwest, will
referee the game here us well as the
Portland Club To Train
At Ontario This Season v,,
a spick-and-span, brand new Tem
plar roadster, the classiest thing on
four wheels that has rolled over Sa
lem streets in many a moon.
The Templar is the gift of the
Alumnae association of the universi
ty, presented to the veteran athlete
mentor in appreciation of his past
services and as a reward for his de
cision to remain nt Oregon, despite at Ontario, Cal., Judge W. W.
tempting offers of at least two big in- Credie, president of the club,
stitutions to transplant him to one ufnounced.
their campuses. Friday "Kill" went tj J). 1). McDonald, manager
Portland to bring the "baby" home .Ontario baseball team
lVlowing up their
McMinnville and Kugne high
fives, the Salem high school basketball
ated as having!
SeTeSLT" 'Alleges To Enter Into
M Indoor lracK meei
Tacomi. Wah.. Jan. i3.-Helnfe
Schuman of Tacoma and Kddie Shan
non of California, rival claimants or
the cast lightweight championship,
moxed a ci tut s:x round draw here last
night. S, human had an edge eariy in
;the bout, scoring a slight knockdown
tories over ;he,in the second round, hut Shannon fin-
' . . 11 ..... u nrnriAr
school win. d strong anil me can i"e--.
I ringside experts agreed.
! in ..! nf Tacoma and Tom
team left today to pit their s rength , Woodliouse of Seattle, light heavy
agains: the nuintets of the of the Cor-, v. eights, boxed a draw in the six round
vallisand Albany high schools, both of .semi-w indup.
which institutions are rated as having
aggregations which are
contenders for the vail
ToniL-ht the Salemites will play !
Corvallis and will go on to Albany fori
.i i ... ci. New York. Jan.
While not openly predicting victories !itles and five colleges will compete for
for his boys. J. G. Schott. the new ; honors at the annual indoor track meet
coach of tne local team, says that they f theMIKrose A. C. at Madison Square
can be expected to give a good account Harden in February, according to pre
of themselves on the trip, liesides , liminary ;.lans made public today
the coach seven men are making the ( Among the institutions entering ath.
trip. Thev are: Schaefer and A. llill.letes ara "tale. Harvard, Pennsylvania,
forwards; Boise, center; K. Gill arm Princeton, Cornell, Dartmouth, Syra-
Ashby, guards; Jones and Jack Kan-icuse, ueorgetonn, ui.a;u
dall, substitutes. jSoiirl ana t mversuy oi i.u '"""
The boys will return to Salem Sun-1 The California entry is Charles N.
Paddock, whose short instance run
! ning at the inter-allied meet in Paris
last year attracted considerable attend
The entries from various athletic
in the east is unusually large and
I includes nearly all the better known
Portland, Or., Jan. 23. The Port- runners.
land baseball club will train tnis year
THE TIME IS HERE TO ADOPT POWER FARMfr;
and he left Salein nt 7:30 In the eve-led the Portland ball tossers to come
nlng foV Kugene, shaking his head 'there, and telegraphed, accepting the
dubiously at the little sign pasted on terms .stipulated by McCredie. The
the windshield before his eyes. Here's; advance guard of the players will ar
what it said: rive In Ontario March 10.
"Don't drive this car over 25 miles:
art hour for the first 500 miles." j WAS1IIXGTO.V WINS FROM
And the speedometer had only res-! ORKtiON IX FIRST COXTKST
Istered some 90
miles since "Dill"
1920 Yale Coach To Work
Without Salary, From Eli
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 23. The Uni
versity of Washington won its initial
game of the northwest conference bas
ketball season here last night, defeat
ing the I'niversitv of Oreiron nnintet
bv a score of 33 to 26. Itoth teams than highly trained, teachers, the In
played fafit games, marked by speedy i structors claim.
footwork, accurate passing and good
The teams meet here again
Chicago Teachers Given
Blanket Raise In Wages
Chicago, Jan. 23. Chicago school
teachers, who yesterday appealed to
the board of education for a sixty per
cent wage increase, will receive a
blanket raise of $400 to $500 per
year, George P. Arnold, chairman
of the -board, announced today.
Representatives of the teachers in
dented they would accept the award
ns temuorary relief but would con
tinue their fight to fmt teaching on a 1
wage plane at least equal to that of
common laborers. At present the la
borers receive considerably more:
Pcwer . j .
Fordson fl W1'
f, .JEiL ? fwli
New Haven, Conn., Jan. 23. T. A
1). Jones, who will be head football ; shooting.
coach at Yale next fall, will rec.nl ve , tonight.
no salary, it was announced today.!
Ho Is loaned by his employers at So- he Marshfleld chamber of com
nttle, Wash., who are Yale men, with , merce is uncovering a lot of names
full salary paid. The association will that were not found by the census
pay the expenses of Mr. Jones. I enumerators.
IiI'.TTS TAKH HKNMTZA
London, Jan. 23. Lettish forces1
have ca.Hured Reshltza, a railroad
center about 60 miles northeast ofi
Uvinsk according to an announcement,
nf the L,jtiili press bureau received
Let a Fordson Do Your Farmm
The success oi tne r ora iracior nas teen au&utuicj.y piuvcn. unm year ovti
90,000 were sold.
HOW CAN YOU AFFORD TO FARM WITHOUT A TRACTOR
With the present high cost of hay, grain and labor and every indication ths;
will be still higher, means only one thing
POWER FARMING MUST BE ADOPTED!
The longer you put off owning a FORDSON TRACTOR the longer you m
be handicapped in your efforts.
Grasp the situation and rise to the emergency.
You must place your order now to be assured of a tractor when you musj
Valley Motor Co.
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buying. make a budget or estimate of how much should be spent for the various items.
1. ONLY 3 PER CENT OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE OVER 65 YEARS OF AGE SUPPORT THEMSELVES.
2. OF THE 10 BILLIONS OF DOLLARS SPENT ANNUALLY FOR FOOD, CLOTHING AND SHELTER, 90 PER CENT IS SPENT BY WOMEN.
WOMEN HAVE IN THEIR HANDS THE INSTILLING OF THRIFT HABITS IN CHILDREN.
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