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THE CAPITAL JQURN. JANUARY 1920.
0. A. C. and Willamette Split Two-Game Series
9 7 mjsoay
AGGIES TAKE SECOND
GAME FROM BEARCATS
BIDDIE BISHOP FLANS
'SALEM FIRST' LEAGUE
The O. A. C. basketball team evened
thirties up with the 'Willamette Bear
cats Saturday night at Corvallin. by
taking the BOiond came of the aerie
ly a score of 25 to 1 8. Lack of accur
In organizing the Ealem ball club,
Manager ISiddie Bishop hopes to In
corporate the "Salem First" Idea In n
unique and practical manner. Bishop
believes In the value of good advertls-
ate shooting and uncertainty on thejlng and plans to give the backers of
. a . . i .,, nt..li tHoli tw.nal.'a U'lkrth irt tlv
I range floor turned the balance
against the Methodists.
McKittrick of Willamette and Stln
aon of O. A. C. against battled for in
dividual honors, with the Bearcats' di
minutive guard again the winner with
1 2 points to his credit. Neither team
Was to the form displayed in the for
ini'r conical, many easy shots being
mi.siM'd. Just how even the two teams
are is attested by the f;ict that in each
game the visitors scored the greater
number of points In the second half,
after getting used to the floor. The
score stood 16 to 7 at the half.
The game was rough, both teams
fouling repeatedly and Ueferee Walker
was obliged to call a number of double
fouls oa account of fierce charging.
Jai ksnn, Willamette's reliable center,
wua ill and had to retire In faor of
Am-tln 111 the necoud half.
tlillette was substituted for Irvine In
the hope jf some of his long shots con
Heeling ,and Coach liurgiss used a
number of substitutes.
The game was witnessed by a record
crowd, about 3OU0 spectators filling to
rapacity the big gynnnsium. Fifty
Willamel'e ronlere accompanied the
team to Corvallls.
O.A.C. - Willamette.
HtliiHon (11) r Irvine
Arthurs (6) V (4) AVapaLo
Kliltelman (B) C Jackson
Keurdun 0 ltaroy
Hubbard t!....U: JleKlltrlcn
tilough (2) 8 (2) Austin
Keenc S Gillette
J;e!son ..... S
Jteferee Dean Walker of Ktigune,
HUNTERS AND AN
SECURE MANY PERMITS
Through all the surges and Inter
Kurges In game commission activities,
the sportsmen of Marlon county are
continuing their run on the county li
cense bureaus. At no time within the
past four years has there been such
a demand of game permit during
January During the first 20 days of
January, nearly a thousand permits
liava been written out In this county,
l'uiing the past week there has been
nn appreciable, Increase' In tha num
ber ot angler's licenses issued, nltho
many have ask.'d for thn combined
hunting and fishing forms. Penults
neeured In Siilcm, January 19 to 24
were tis follows: " '
Hunters: W. W. Medley, Henry
Koikes, Joe Kasler, Cfrunt Lavock, Sa
lem; (1. 1', Mains of Hedne and Hiram
Anglers: A. O. Kitrs, Monitor: Tnul
A. Jurninn, llend; Ora Barnes, W. It.
Kennedy, C. H. Kllsworth, M. L. Mey
1'loneers and Civil war veterans: B.
M. (lesner, William Chamberlnln, Ba
lem; A. It. Wood, Turner.
Combination hunters and anglers
permits: Bun W. Olcott, H. Ft. Leo
Htelner, Donald Llndley and C. V
More than $250,000 of the IlifiO.OOO
road bond Usuo (f Douglas county Is
the club, their moneys worth in live.
advertisement Several business men
have ottered to aid the new organiza
tion, and Untitle plans that each of his
players shall wear a uniform bearing
tha "ad" of some one Salem firm.
Bishop plans to have about 20 men in
his club and one of his rules is that
each man must be in uniform and in
attendance at all games in which the
Ciener.il interest In baseball activities
has been aroused by the formation of
the local club and In all likelihood Sa
lem will have one of the fastest semi
pro organizations on the coast. "Lefty"
Shroeder and Kred Garner have signi
fied their intention of remaining in the
Cherry City. Bishop predicts that
Judge. McCredie will feel the loss of
Si'hroeder. With the southpaw in tho
box and Jack Hayes behind the mat,
Salem fans can look forward to an out
fit worthy of loyal support.
The local members of the team can
backing and from such men as Proctor
Train For Salem Events
In preparation for spring fistic events,
a coterie of knights of the padced
gloves are in training at the Y. M. C.
A. Sparring is the order of the day
and as a direct result of the interest
shown in the game "black eyes" have
put in an appearance, indicating that
some sparring partner was a bit slow
on "that parry."
"Erud Shamrock." a featherweight
scrapper, is getting back into the game
after a vacation of a year. He is a new
man in Salem fighting circles, but has
a small trunk full of news clippings
concerning his prowess In past years.
Shamrock hopes to meet Alexander,
local man, as soon as he can get into
Another preliminary match-up is
planned for Max Hatter, the "fighting
newsboy" who will meet Walter Con
ley, Bcrapping sailor. These tilts are
in the featherweight class and are ex
pected to take place when the boys
have received the finishing touches to
ATHLKTIC TKAIXEH FOR O. A. C.
ASSlllKD BY BOARD ACTION
ISALEH LOOPERS MEET
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval-
lis, Or., Jan. 26. An athletic trainer
for O. A. C. is now assured. The board
of control is definitely committed to
tliis policy and Its action has the offl-
pended upon to contribute able eial sanction of the administration. The
time when such a trainer can tcm
.Miller, O'iMalley, Holmes, Bishop, Tc-work depends upon circumstances as
ko, Charles Cnilg, Keene, Humphreys to what man can be secured and at
and other lads, a crew capable of con- what time he can assume hiB duties.
testing honors with any
league enn be expected.
Mannger Bishop Is getting Into
touch with promoters In Eugene, Al
bany, Corvallls and McMlnnville with
a view to forming a valley inter-loop
semi-i-ro iThe bojtrd now has several men under
Despite a stiff contest put up by
the Salem basketball auintet, Albany
secured a score of 23-19 in a game
played at the Linn county town, Sat
urday night. After fifteen minutes of
fast play, the score stood 19-19, for
the balance of the game, it being nec
essary to grant five minutes of over
time, in order to play off the tie. This
is the first game lost by Salem high
during the present season. v
The high school team returned to
Salem, Sunday after making the two
game loop. The men making ths trip
were: Schaeffer, A. Gill, forwards;
Boise, center; E. Gill and Ashby,
guards; Jack Randall and Jones, sub
stitutes. The team was accompanied
by J. G. Schott, athletic instructor for
Salem high school.
Final Class Debate Set
For Tonight; Cup At Stake
The final inter-class Achate at Wil
lamette university will be held tonight
In the chapel in the basement of the
First M. K. church at 8 p. m.
The winning team will have the
honor of having its numeral engraved
on the Elmo S. White trophy cup,
which is up for the first' time this
year. Attorney White will De one ot
the Judges, forensic manager McGrew
Thn Junior team, MIsb Ina Moore
and Bnul DaV, will uphold the affirm
ative, and the freslnneii, Bernard
Hamsay and Howard George the neg
ative of tho question, "Resolved, that
the United States should secure a
mnndatory control of Mexico."
The Hood River Anti-Asiatic asso
ciation has telegraphed Senators.
Chamberlain and McNary to support
the 1'helan resolution calling for a
constitutional amendment denying
citizenship to all Japanese born in the
United States, or its dependencies.
A business man's wife could not
sew or read without sharp pains in
her eyes. For years Vier eyes were
red and. weak. Finally she tried sim
ple wltchhnzel, camphor, Hydrastis,
ota., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash.
The result produced by a simple bot
tle amazed everyone. We guarantee a
small bottle Lavoptik to help ANY
CASH weak, strained or Inflamed
eyes. Aluminum eye cup FRKR. J. C.
Berry, druggist, 116 So)uth Commer
Neighborly Spirit Shown
At Salem Heights Social
During the past six months, numer
ous real estate deals and transfers
have brought many newcomers to Sa
lem Heights. In recognition of this
fact a "Get Acquainted" sociable was
held Friday night at Salem Heights
Here neighbors met and the com
munity spirit was self evident as the
hall began to fill with residents of tut
South Salem district.
Those who attended this meeting
were convinced that the Salem spirit
Is conducive to friendliness and good
fellowship, Tho evening was made en
joyable by a program of round table
talks with several good musical num
bers Interspersed. Before adjourning,
cake and coffeee was served by the
ladles of the neighborhood.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAST
HELP FOR MOTHER
f A mother whose strength is
over-wrought or who is thin,
pale or nervous, should find re
newed energy in every drop of
Let it help tum your daily
tasks from aburden to pleasure.
Scott's Emulsion is abundant
in those nourishing ele
ments that every mother
in the land needs. f
tmu Bownt. BloomSeld, M. h
This week will positively
. end our great Free Pants
Sale. It has been a great
sale the greatest, in fact
that we have ever held
greatest in value giving,
and greatest in
1 1 3
l cEaL j20 clSL a q fl
t FOR EXTRA ;'
PANTS FREE!! ' jj
Never mind your age as measured by years. How do you
feel? That's the thing that counts! - -
See this sprightly old gentlemen coming toward you down
the street. His birth record would show you that he is past
seventy. But judging from the easy grace with which he
swings along, his errect carriage, his ruddy complexion, the
keen glance of his eye, his whole appearance the very picture
of health, you would say that he is not a day past fifty. He
is young in spite of his three score years and ten.
More frequently you see the opposite of his type. Men scarcely in
their thirties-hapgard, listless, weak, nervous men who take no interest
in life, just dragging out a weary existence, all in, tired and worn out
Though young in years, they are. nevertheless, old men. Their vital
forces are on the wane. They've lost their "punch" and "pep." They
(eel old and they look it!
Stay young by keeping your body fit. Keep stomach, bowels, liver,
kidneys and bladder healthy and active. Build up your strength and health.
Nothing will accomplish these results better than
The Great General Tonic
Just try "LYKO" when you are feeling the least bit jaded,
tired and worn out. See for yourself how quickly it rejuvenates-what
a freoh feeling of strength and power is given
you. H a a reliable appetizer, a splendid aid to digestion, be
sides tends to strengthen and tone up the entire body.
Your druggist has "LYKO." Ciet a bottle today. Look
for the name on the package and accept no substitute.
LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY
New York Kansas City, Mo.
LYKO li sold In ordinal pack
gn only. Ilka pictur abov.
RetuM all Mibatitut-a.
For Sale by all Druggists. Always in stock at
Perry's Drug Store
Good, tea is the grttsl
all-around dr ink in the world,
and thecheapest next towattr
share? Do you get the b
vigorating refreshing restful
effect of tea ?
Are you enjoying thcrH
delightful taste of tea?
No? Then try Schilling
Tea. That's the tea that
gives you all these things.
It is also the cheapest
not per pound, but per. cup.
There are four flavors of SchiUm.
TeaJapan, Ceylon-India, Ooiot?
English Breakfast. All one quality.
parchmyn-lined moistire-proof pacbra
' At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co San Francis
County officials estimate that thin
are 161)0 dOEs 'In Jackson county. So
far only 800 ownms have takea ou
a state license.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
But we re going to make this week the greatest week of the sale. It's the
last week, and we'll make it the biggest week, for we have on hand a stock of
materials surpassing anything we have ever had in stockbetter woolens,
greater variety of shades, patterns and weights and wider range of prices.
Every suit pattern in stock is included in this sale at the 1919 price
with the extra pair of pants free. This is positively the biggest suit bargain
you have ever born offered.
KcmembcrtUis is positively the last week-Only six days more. Don't
miss this greatest of all suit buying 'oportunities.
Scotch Woolen Mills Store
Short Ends Fine Silk
Messaline and Taffeta in plaid
and plain color at $1.39 and $1.69
The drawing to the dose of these great sales is near at hand. A few more days and
they will be only a recollection. Before they come to a conclusion, however., nere
still remains on our floors a number of lo ts of new seasonable goods which
be gotton rid of to make room for new spring goods which arrive daily. Therefore
these unusual low prices.
Ladies' Silk in Blue and .Grey
Clocked, Black Stripe, Black,
Grey, Brown and Green at. $2.00
Pure Thread Silk, Rose, White and
Grey, only at $1-45
Women's black lisle hose 19c
Women's, black and white lisle 39c
Children's black hose 19c
Women's Union Suits
Fleece lined, high neck, long
sleeve, ankle length, regular
White Lingrine Tailored and lace
trimmed at $1.00
Crepe de Chine Flesh and White,
special values $4.49
Plain and Fancy Georgette and
Crepe de Chine Embroidered,
Beaded and Lace Trimmed, reg
ular $8.50 to $11.50 at $6.50
Clearance Brings These Annual
54 inches wide, very popular for
Silvertone coat, blue and brown,
56 inches wide, $6.50
$2.25 for, $1.39 and $1.49
If yoa desire to save a good bit on the hish cost of living, hfl ihrifiv
A 111 Of """'Ji VUUVdV ItVIUUIVOb
i-yivm, tiiccft, guiymun ig; Yd
Fancy dress gingham, fast color 29c Yd
Berkley cambric 39C yd
Devonshire cloth 39c yd
9-4 Unbleached sheeting 65c d
36-inch percales 29c Yd
, Indian Linon, 27 inches wide, fine and sheer for
ladies' waists and children's dresses :.29c Yd
Good quality bleached muslin 25c Yd
Hope muslin 29c Yd
Lonsdale muslin, heavy grade 35c Yd
uutmg nannei, neavy grade, pink and blue....25c Id
9-4 bleached sheeting 69c Yd
REMNANT DAY MONDAY 26
-iiKftemnanis wool bootls Kemnanis Cretonne Remants
Domestic Remnants Flannel Remnants
Our Shoe Department on Mezzanine Floor Is Overf.owiing With Unus
ual Low Prices
High-grade Footwear for Women and Children
1 lot odd size black and grey
French and military heel,
$6.50 to $10 val. special....$3.95
Shoes at $4.50. All sizes in this
lot. Tan, gun metal, low heel. A
dandy every day shoe. '
OUR LINES OF GIRLS', CHILDRREN'S AND INFANTS' SHOES
ARE COMPLETE IN COLOR AND STYLE. WE CAN FIT THEM
We have a beautiful line of high ;
grade Ladies' shoes in both mili
tary and French heel in all 1 U5
latest styles and colors, darK
brown, golden brown, HFl'
beiver grey and black kid, at
great reduction. . .
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