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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
LEAGUE Tf AHS LINE
UP FOR THE n
OF SEASON SERIES!
AFTER JOE STECHER'S SCALP
Aritleinon-Drottn d 2
Capital National S 3
Ha us'r Uros 4 4
l S. National 1 7
As the Commercial league si-lien
draws to a clone the runiierups are
scrambling (or necond honors and in
cidentally making a fisht for first
place. In a fast game played nt the
Y. M. C. A. gym Tuesday night, the
Capital National players defeated the
stalwart Anderson-liinwn quintet by
the score of 14 to 12. This ranges the
Capital National team only one game
from a 50-50 place with the A. R.
team. The second game of the eve
ning was played between the llauser
brothers and the United States Na
tional teams, llauser brothers taking
the play easily with the score of 24
In the first game of the night's
play, the Anderson-llrown team met
stubborn resistance from the bank
nulntet from the very start; Klaus
of the Capital National making the
first basket by neat shooting, (iosser
of the opposing team followed with a
well placed loss. loiter in the first
half of the game, Ilarra, the Andt-r
son-I'.rown captain received a hard
blow in the eye, this wiakining his
usually excellent play i"d causing
him to renin In out of the game dur
ing the second half. The score at the
end of the first half was 7-8.
Anderson-Brown: Ilarra and Ilrown
forwards; (iosser, center; Clark and
Patterson, guards. Capital National
bank: Socolofsky ond (leorge, for
wards; Klaus, center; Turner and
llauser fcrothers: Springer Hint Or
rutt, forwards; Socolofsky, center;
Hanes and Kinehart, guanls. United
Wales National bank: I'tter and Jas
koskl. forwards; DeL:i;ip,' center;
Jloonimn and Ilarrel, guards.
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Havana, Mar. 10. When ('harlcs A.
Hlonchnm pnrehiised the New York
National league baseball team, it was
dime primarily for the purpose of
humUiig down the club as a legacy to
his son. Mr. Sloneham mado this
statement last night' to set at rest ru
mors which, he said, were current In
the I'uited States and Cuba Unit the
tiianls were I'm' sale.
" would not part with the (Hants
for several million dollars," said Mr.
Walla AValla, Wash., Mar. 10.
Whitman nailed the northwest cham
pionship down a little lighter last
night by defeating Washington Stale
college Imskclliult team by u score of
it to 15. The game was fast but not
ho rough as the night before. Whit
man has won 11 games and lost two.
Immediately after the game Conch
livrleske wired the Chicago Tribune
that Whltinnn will play any college In
the middle west, either here or there,
lie also wired the I'nlverslty of Penn
sylvania offering)!) give or take $2500
guarantee for a game here or there.
Telegrams were also sent to the I'nl
versity of Missouri, the University of
Illinois and the I'nivei'slty of Nebras
ka asking games.
Coivallls, Or., Mar. 10. Krncst Ar
thurs of McMlnuville, Or., class of '21,
Tuesday Was elected Aggie basketlmo
captain for 12 and 1K21. Arthurs
has played forward most of the time.
Resigning after 28 years' presi
dency of Cornell university, .litcol
Ooultl Schurnmn aaya he believes In
"reasonably frequent changes In tho
office of chief executive."
Tlie League of Herman Officers has
sued Vice ('resident Ki'7.berger for li
bel In saying that Cernmn officers re
fused to escort the former kaiserin to
her husband's refuge In Holland.
Sbtulslaus Zbyszko, the 'nmmis I'o ish wrestler who has lust 3et
foot npon American soil after belnu interned hi Russia since tbe world
war. The world famous grappler Is utter Joe St.jcber's scalp.' for the
cbamplonshlp and Is coufidcut that II he meets Stecber the glory will
all be lila. ?
''Marine And Coolie
Mix" Says Service j
Man Many Years
The Chinese ricksha coolie can seem j
ingly - put forth more speed, s-.eat j
more and cover less ground than anyj
other mortal imaginable, according to j
Sergeant J. L. Henry, -of the marine j
corps recruiting station. The marines ;
should know for their 4-rvice takes j
them to many strange lands -anoj
stranger peoples. j
"If you w ill take the ricksha man's I
word for.it, there is no place in the!
world Where one will meet as nianj I
old acquaintances whom he never'
knew before as in a mob of unem
ployed ricksha coolies.
' "As the ,a-soldier arrives in a Chi
nese city he is handed the keys to the
town by a thousand, more or less, of
these human taxis, each swearing that
he knew you from the day you and
he went to the little brick schoolhouSe
"After being assisted from your
sampan to the dock by all the willing
hands that can find space on you, it
is advisable to get into the first rick
sha you see, filr he who hesitates is
"Dret llarte must have had some
Chinese ricksha coolie in mind when
gave out that 'ways thai are dark ami
tricks that are vain' spiel.
"L'pon receiving their fare some of
tht-m Immeditely palm the good piece
of money with which they have been
overpaid, and shove forth a counter
feit coin with the injured cry 'Blass,
blassl' or else try to convince you and
the passerby that he has been cheated.
"For this there is only one ren&dy
take the coin he offers to return, in
sert it in your pocket, face nor' nor'
west, place him immediately in front
of you facing in the same direction,
and then gently but firmly describe
an arc of a. circle with the right foot.
momentum of said foot being in the
neighborhood of nine knots, so that Its
course of swing will be interrupted by
the region of his hip pocket.
"A has le ricksha coolie! He is a
useful method of transportation, but
for being cunning he has it all ovet
the taxi driver of our own land."
Sergeant Henry has been stationed
at many ports of Asiatic assignment,
during his 25 years of service in the
marine corps. He spent several years
at Olangapoo, and Cavite, the Philip
pines; was stationed at I'ekin with the
legation guards and was at temporary
stations in other parts of the Asiatics,
lie claims a layman's knowledge of
this part, of the globe and says that
service Willi the marines furnishes the
best auspices for an Asiatic experi
And Bearcats To
Play Here Tonight
I ncj-eased difficulty in keeping
senators and representative in attend
i anue on the sessions of congress Is
1 scriiM!' ponce-.. with party leaders.
The niemliers of congress have so
much individual office work that night
Multnomah club of Portland unll j wsioni. ure being suggested. j
the Willamette lieurrals will play In "
tlie armory tonight at 5:30, In the lart
game which Salem, basketball fans
will be privileged to "see' thb: year, and
one of tho best according to present
Indications. Multnomah won from
Coach Mathews' team three weeks ago
In 1'ortland by one point In an extra
time game. The llearcats' lineup will I
be about as it was In tlie l'aciflc game ;
last week. In yesterday's practice the !
men were going nt their old speed and
showed none of of the staleness oh-1
served In the last two games. Multnn- j
mall will bring about the same team
that has battled through tho Benson
without a defeat, with the addition of!
Cole, the crack Lincoln high guard
who was seen here In the tournament.
O A. C.'s ex-coach, llurgiss, will referee.
When President Wilson received the
railway men on the White 1 Ions.
porch, they remarked how well he was
looking. "X have Just, been shaved,"
said the president, "that helps n bit."
lie urged the men to wear their hat?
on account of the d.un :;.-.,, but they
remained uncovered in his presence.
"It may be hard to teach an old dog
new tricks, hut It is still harder to
get him to enjoy them."
D'Annun.lo's volunteers will not be
punished on their return to the Ital
ian army. Their regiments, how.
ever will cease to exist, and the men
will be distributed among other units.
Toward the eixl of his life Mark
iwuin grew very unhappy over the
future of the human race.
creased one billion
in . two
It was not only shell-fire that de
stroyed the forests of France, but It
was war. War needs destroyed more
timber than did actual destruction.
Over 40 years' production was useii
The anil-gas fan used lu the allied
trenches against (ierman gas was the
Intention of a woman Mrs. l'.erthn
Ayrton, mi electrical engineer of Lon
Henry Wuttcison Is SO years old
Thomas A. Kdlson 73; Kllhu Hoot
ing sister gives us
comes in a red bnd
yellow box from
. WHO KNEW HOOVER?
During- the period 1883 to 1891, Herbert Hoover spent
his boyhood in Salem and Newberg. When he first came
to Oregon he was about nine years of age and the greater
Sent?n1hisecity Hoover'3 0regon residence was
The Capital Journal will publish reminiscences of
Hoovers boyhood, submitted by Journal readers. Those
who remember him as a young man and as a boy, are invit
bill oi 'Utterel? interestin Hographical
rtn yndoubt,edly-,the Whood of this man, who is now in
the foremost ranks of internationally known personages
was replete v,uth character indications which should be made
public not for purposes of partisanship or propaganda but
from the viewpoint of specific interest. naa, out
; The older residents of the city who came into contact
with Hoover are invited to take part in this work. ArUdS
may be submitted in the writer's own style, or if difficulty
is experienced in composing the story, phone the S3
Journal and a member of the reportorial staff wSl aid you
122 N. Commercial Street
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an idea that is commercially sound and needs only
the driving ouer of money, many capitalists
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DON'T FORGET THA T THE
STOCK REDUCING SAl)
Closes Saturday, March 13, 9 p.
Entirely disregarding the steadily advancing Cosh
shoes we bought last year must go to make room iVnw,0
now en route.' Will have to move at LITTLE or iVOfjJOf
at all Only a very small glimpse of the good saving
thousands that may be had during this sale. Example- 1
Ladies small sizes of patent, button and lace, Cuban mil
heels at$lj) 2 pairs $35Q
Ladies' black kid cloth top, French heels in
sizes from 3 to 6 1-2, would be valued easily
at $9.00, but they &4 QV
go for ...tP.OV
Men's gun metal English lace
$7.50 value for
Men's brown calf blucher
$8.50 grade for '
Growing girls' gun metal button, low heels,
broad toes, a $7.00
Boys' brown grain blucher,
$4.50 value for
Misses gun metal or kid English lace, in sizes
11 to 2, $4.00 qn QA
grades at LltJ)
Boys' brown Army Jr.,
$5.50 value for
Small boys' gun metal bluchpr
year as 4
And then there are hundreds of others. See Salem daily papers of March 2nd, or better
come in and see them. It will pay to go for miles and buy all you need for a
will surely cost more later. Every pair warranted satisfactory.
The Farmer Comes Into HisOw
Power Farming is a Short Cut tto Prosperity
With a FORDSON FARM TRACTOR, the drudgery of
farm is changed from the bug-a-boo it used to be, to an
esting pleasure. The feeling that comes to a TRA
OWNER as he runs his tractor realizing that he is usin
ern methods, accomplishing more work, with less effort
doing the work at the time the land should be world
feeling of extreme satisfaction
Not only all this-but he finds he has more time to
things, and he is not the energy-spent man he usedto j
n n ' m nit mJr
rower farming Is the Money im
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