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THE DAILY CAPITAY JOURNAL. qaluM. OREGON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1919.
i H. S. ELEVEN
With thirty men out for the past two
weeks, umoiijr them inuny ex-service
men and plentv of hor.vy material,
Coach Heinhttrt's Kulcm bi.ih gang i
Roing up aaliiBt the opposing alumni In
(Saturday's name With the idea of .show
ing I lie old (inula how modern football
nhiiiilri be played. Tlie (fame, which will
1)0 played as s preliminary to tho Wil
lamette vs. W. F. riliinmi, will bo called
nt 2 o'clock sharp on the : Willamette
According to Conch Ileiiihnit footbul!
prospects for Salem high this season are
most favorable There is such a supply
of first cluss material that first team
mi ll will not be announced for some
time, if at all.
Tho team will be heavy for a MgS
sHinol team, nverninnir from 155 to ICO
pounds per man. Hand in hand with
the houvy line will a formidable back
field. Coach Reinhart praised tho speed
and uttack of the bnckfield and stated
that tho line wbh slowly developing Into
a .stone wall. The Hun is a little slow
an vet because" of soft condition and ox
. cess flesh.
' The fight of the eleven will center
nniiind four or five num. Gone 0111,
who starred for the local school In 1915
and 191(5, comes back to the squad With
increased wolght and speed after two
veins in the infantry. (Mil was wit1
company M from the start of the war.
Breyman Boise and Phil Eingle are two
more service men (they also served with
company M) who will be big factors Hi
nulem high's Victories this season.
; Amory Gill, quarterback and brother of
Gene, will: bo another member of the
Big Four, r
The schedulo for the senson is tenth.
' live us yet, but will probably comprise
of games with Corviillis, Eugene, Me
Miuuvlllo and Albany. Corvnllis will
be met. on October 1H and Kugnno on
the lust Wr.urduy before Thanksgiving.
CoiviilliH, Kngeiie and Mcariniivtlle will
be played in Salem.,
- Nulcm will bo represented as follows
in battirduy a game:
(enter Purvlne. Clark,..
(inn ids Holt, Bnssett," White, Chirk,
Marshall. . : ' 1 ' '.,
Tackles Borne, Hassell. . '
Knds Bain, White, Pailey, Emmott,
Jones."' ." "
Hull'buchs-OIll, Phil Kiiiglc, Ringlo,
fullback Ashby, Socolofsky,
Quarterback Amory Gill, Griffith.
. The alumni team will be formed from
the following men:
Allen and Wallace Carson, Culbertson,
Hiiudnll, Bradeaon, Vie Taylor, Acei
ninn, Rosa Latham, Rndcliffc, I'roetor
Portland, Or., Oct. P. Harry Pelsing
ei of Pan Francisco mid Jimmy Dundee
of Oakland furnished n fast head liner
at the smoker of the municipal boxing
commission hero last lrlght. ' It was a
ten round draw, l'elalngcr proved to bo
the aggressor. . ,
Stanley Willis of Philadelphia won n
technical knockout from 'Danny O'Brien
of Portland in the eighth round of thoir
scheduled ten-canto go.
' Harry. Casey of Seattle nnd Georgo
Wagaer furnished a rattling good ex
hibition, Casey receiving a technical
knockout ' doeision In the fifth when
Wagner tore ft ligament in his fight
ESTATE OF LESLIE
A petition for appointiiient of an ad
ministrntor of the estate of Leslie 0.
Tooze, 23, who was killed in urtion In
the Argonne forest, France, September
28, 1018, was made to the county court
Thursday bv i.umar Too?.e, a brother.
Authorization to secure depositions from
G. A. Penile, of Billings, Montana, and
John Arnold," a notary public of the
same city, whose names appear as wit
nesses on the will of young Toor. was
requested, and granted by the court.
' Before leaving for France and battle,
Leslie Toose, who was a lieutenant in
the infantry, mado a will June 19, 1918,
leaving his estate to Lamar Tooite, who
in nt prune nt studying law at Cambridge,
Mass.-. The estate consists of 1000
worth of real estate and 1S00 In per
' In his petition to tho county court
Lamar Too.e asks that his brother,
Walter L. Toosee, Jr., of McMinnville,
be appointed administrator of the es
The Tiiowi brothers are well known.
Lamar caiiie into public notice recentlv
hen he made a tour of the state speak
ing in behalf of the fund for the wom
an's building at the t'nlversity of Ore
gon. He told of the battles he had been
through in France, and of the struggle
in which his brother was killed.
Owners of 4he International phlp
Jmililing company at Columbia City
liave decided to convert the plant into
a furniture factory.
HARD AT WORK
REDS GRAB SERIES
(Continued front pap,' one)
walked. Bariden up. Ncule out steal
ing, Sella Ik to K. Collins. No runs, no
hits, no errors. . . -
Chicago E. Collins up. K. Collins
lined to Duncan who made a pretty run
ning cntch in left center. Weaver up.
Weaver popped to Huth who made a
beautiful cutch on the gratis. Jackson
up. Jackson drove the ball into the
right field bleachers for the first home
run of the series. Pelsch up. 1'elseh
out, Kopf tu Duubert. One run, one hit,
. Fourth Inning.
Cincinnati 'Rnriden lined to Gandil,
Kller up. Kller whs hit by pitched ball.
Hath up. Kutli singled infield, H'isbcrg
stopping the ball but was unable to
make the play. Eller went to second
base. Duubert up. Duubert singled to
center and Kller wns caught at the plate
uu J.eibold's throw to tho plate, Huth
went to third on tho hit and Daubert
took second on the throw in. ttroh up.
Uroh popped to K. Collins. .No runs
two hits, 110 errors.
Chicago Gunilil up. Ouudil flied to
who mauo a pretty cutch while
runllinK t top speed In right center,
Hisbeig up. Kisberg f aimed. Schuik
up. Hchalk out, Oroli to Daubert.
runs, no hits, no errors.
Cincinnati Boush up. Koush out, K.
Collins to Oundil. Duncuu up. Duncan
lined to K. Collins. Kopf up. Kopf
tripled to right.' Nenl up. Neiile singled
to loft, scoring Kopf. Bariden up.
Neale stole second. , Bariden out, Kis
berg to Gandil. One run, two hits, no
errors. - ' -
Chicago James up. James out, fan
ned. Leibold up, Leibold out. Kept
to Dfiubert. K Colling up, K Collins
out, Kopf to Daubert. No runs, no hits,
Cincinnati Kller up. Eller singled
through the box. Bntli up. Bath walk
ed. Daubert up. Wilkinson now pitch
igu for Chicago. Daubert bunted in
front of the plate. Skluilk made a bad
throw to Weuver aud all hands were
safe. Oroli up. Oroh fanned. Ho
swung tit tho last one. ,. iioush up.
Koush singled over second, scoring Eller
and fiuth, sending Daubert to third.
Duncan up. Duncan singled to center
scoring Duubert nnd sending Koush to
third., Dui-.eau going to second on Loi-
ooia s mrowao Weaver to catch Koush.
Kopf up. Kopf walked, filling the-bases.
Nealo up. Xeiilo hit to Weaver who
throw to Hchalk, forcing Koush at tne
unite, jtaiiilen up. Hchnlk caught Kopt
uu oeconu mini u snap throw to Kisber
Three runs, three hits, olio error.'
Chicago Weaver up. Weaver singled.
daeasou up. Jackson flied to Konsh.
Weaver held tit first. Felsch up. Felsch
(lied to Koush. Oundil up. Gnnd'il flind
to iscaie. JNo runs, one hit, no errors.
Oinciuiiuti Hnriden flied to Folscli.
Eller up. Eller fanned. Hath up. Rntii
walked. Daubert up. Rath stole sec
ond. Daubert walked. Wilkinson s
wim. uroh, flied to Leibold. N
no hits, no errors,
Chicago Risberg up. Risberg fliel
to Rath. Schalk up, 8chulk fouled to
nuriuen. ilkuisou fanned. No
no hits, no errors.
Cincinnati Koush up. Iioush hit bv
pitched ball. Duncan up. Dunenn sac
rificed, Wilkinson to Gandil. Rouxl, an.
ing to second. Kopf up. Kopf foulc
to Weaver. Neale up. Neale wnlke.l
Rarlden up. Rarlden singled to left
scoring Boush and seinlin i i
third. Rnriden took second on the
throw In. Kller up. Kller out. Wisher
to Gandil. One run. onn hit
Chicago Leibold uo. I.eilml.l fii.i
to Neale. E. Collius sinuled lln.il, iw.
bojc. Weaver up. Weaver doubled to
fight sending K. Collins to third. Jack.
son up. Jitvkson doubled to' right, scor
ing E. Collins and Weaver. Felsch up.
Pelsch popped to Duubert. Gandil up.
Onndil tripled to right center, scoriiin
Jiickson. Risberg up. Risberg safe when
Koush dropped his easy fly, Gandil scoring.-
Schalk up. Schalk out, Bath to
Daubert Four runs, four hits, one er
ror. Ninth Inning. ,
Cincinnati Rath up. Ruth singled
infield. Daubert up. Daubert sacri
ficed, Wilkinson to Ouudil, Huth going
to second. Oroh up. Oroh flied to Lei
bold. Roivsh up. Koush out, Weaver to
Gondii. No runs, one hit, no errors. -
Chicago Murphy batting for Wilkin
son. Murphy hit by a pitched bnll. Lei
bold up. Leibold flied to Rotish. E
Collins up. E. Collins singled to ecu-
tAP. Uniin r..u..i , . .
4uUipujr lu second, weaver
up. Weaver flied to Neule and Murphy
wentto third after the catch. Jackson
up. K. Collins stole second. Jackson
out, Rath to Daubert. No runs, one hit
no errors. -
Cincinnati . ;,;...,
Ciiieinuiiti Rnth, 2bt
: Boush, cf: Dunenh tr. k'p
: Neale, rf; Rnriden, c; Eller u
...i.K,. 1.1-iooui, cr; E, 'ollins, 2b:
nenver, 3D: Jackson. If.
I'nuun, in: Kisberir. H..1.-11.
Williams, p. ' . , '
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Coming to the Oregon next
xu at uuueu ai-usis release,
VARSITY TO PIT
When tho .Willamette Bearcats go
into action against their alumni breth
ren' Saturday afternoon Coach Mathews
will have enough first team material
to put up two teams against the form
er' stars. The old grads can lay out ten
men and still fiud n fighting machine
busting them in the face. After three
weeks constant training the Bearcats
are well conditioned and are ready to
fuco any 'array of former stars. The
university game. will lie played immedi
ately following the Salem high-alumni
gama, tho latter being called at 2
oVloclt, and will be refereed by Conch
W. J. Rein hart of the high school.
Coach Mathews announced Wednes
day itliat the. following men would be
used in the aluniut contest:
Ends 'Vinson, Thomas, Barnes, a
Tackles OJrown, Mil,., Moody.
Guards-Kaiisoiu, Lawson, Ramsey,
Center Day, Baslor, Pcmberton.
Halfbacks Zeller, Rarey, Pnrvine,
Dimick, .Sherwood, Waputo."
Fullback Zeller, Sherwood, Wapato.
(Quarterback Irvine, Oanzanues.
While the liueut) of tho alumni team
will not bo ilaiown until a few minutes
before the game is called, the eleven
will probably ibe formed from the fol
lowing grads: '
JSinall, quarterback; "Pruney" Fran--is,
Shisler, Rndeliffe and "Tekoa"
Grosvenor, 'half loackBt "Tubby"
nendricJcs and Jock Bartlett, fullbacks
.laekson and Randall, ends; "Peeney"
Archibald, center: McClellan, Utteiv
umjiio, itlouiu Day and John Carson,
Among the stellar men with the alum
ni aggregation, (Brazier Small will be
remembered in local foodball circles
for his winning itouchdown against the
luuvoraity of Oregon -m lt13. Jack
Bartlett and "Tubby" Ueixlrioks were
fullbacks on the 1915 and 191( elev
ens. "Pruney" Frnucis was a famous
star in the days when tho Willamette
medical school made tho " W. U," ma-
hiiio feared throughout tho northwest.
"Tokoa" KSiosvenor is well known lo
cally for his three years of cvtu-k pilot-
ng of the SaJem high 00111. and for
similar work 011 tho Willamette eleven
in 1910. Randall and Archibald pluved
end and center on the Bearcat teams
of 19!!5 and 191(5.
H. t Carlton of Portland, represent
ing the Pacific Airline company, is at
Bend for tho purpose of securing a
suitable .binding field for airplanes.
Plumbing and Water System Installed
by OKABSB BROS, ill South Liberty
St., Phone 650. Also agent for Falt-baaka-MorM
INI vubodhvn. v., (W"r
Star Billed Here
Sunday for four days in the
"His Majesty, the American
COLLEGE FOOTBALL 5
Sun Francisco, Oct. High up in
tho list of notable post-war coniebucks
chalk up the intercollegiate football
game on the Pacific coast. With the
veterans who dropped their studies to
fight crowded for their places, by .the
youngsters developed in battalion, regi
mental or training station tennis, the
teams will be stronger than ever this
year. . - ' j.; . ; "
With the return of Stanford Univer
sity to the game after an absence of
ten years, during which rugby was its
official autumn game, tho enlarging of
the 'Pacific"-Coast Conference and
scheduling of games with teams in
other, western sections, this season will
definitely give a line on. which Far
West championships can be doped.
The former Northwest conference
which included tho universities of Ore
gon, Washington nnd Idaho,' Washing
ton, Oregon Agricultural College anil
Whitman College has been extended
to tnko in the University of California,
Stanford and University of Southern
California. In addition to these names
deciding tho Pacific Const champion
ship, Southern California University
will play the University of Utah, which
win ue a taetor in the Kocky Moun
tain Conference, and Montana Univer
sity of the Montana Conference will
play Whitman, Idaho and Washington
State. Nevada and Arizona Universities
will also meet Coast conference teams.
In addition. St. Marv's OolWe nf
Oakland, Calif., is negotiating to bring
ixotro Dame's eleven to the Coast
for a game to decide Catholic, college
An added incentive to wmnincr the
Pacific Coast grid championship is the
selection of the season's winning team
to meet the best Eastern varsity in a
special East-West football game at
Pasadena, Calif., New Year's doy. In
the last contest, January 1, 1917 the
University of Oregon defeated Penn
sylvania 15 to 0. -
Service football, which overshadowed
the collegiate game for two seasons.
has waned in importance, as practical
ly alt or the stars of the Mare Island
Murines and other winning elevens arc
back under college colors.
George Jones, aged 41, sustained a
broken leg Monday when caught in an
electric conveyor at the plant of the
Hood River Apple Vinegar company.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
This is not only one of the best and
most efficient medicines for eoughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough, but
's aiso pieusant to taite, wnic.h is in
portant- when a medicino must be giv
en to young children. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has! been in use for
many years and has met with much
fnvojt. wherever it- wod qualities have
oecome known. Many mothers have
giveu it their unqualified endorsement
nm. ae ruby, Chillieothe, JHo., writes;
Women, Save $10
By Dry Cleaning
Save five to ten dollars ouicklv bv
dry nleaiking everything iu tho home.
Von can dry clean, brighten and renew
children's eoats, suits, caps, woolens,
Swiss, lawns, organdie and chiffon
dresses, kid gloves, shoos, furs, neck
ties, ribbons, satin, lace, ilk waists,
draperies, rug everything that would
be ruined fcy soap and water.
Place a gallon lor more of gasoline
in a dishpaa or wash 'boik'r, put in the
things to be cleaned, then wash them
with Solvite soap. Shortly everything
comes out looking like new.
Nothing fades, shrinks lor wrinkles.
Xo pressing needed. Do not attempt
to dry clean without Solvite soap. This
gasoline soap is tho secret of all" dry
cleaning. A nackaga of Solvite soap
with directions for home dry cleaning
costs but a few cents t any drag,
grocery or department store. I)fy clean
ont ipr aoors r away Irora. name.
The first Polh county automobile
show will be held at the county fair
grounds in Dallas, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of this week.
Two blacks bears and three raccoons
were obtained by A. W. Fahs and E. G.
Kay of Astoria Monday while hunting
in Clatsop county.
.While the price of milk has advanced
in Portland and other cities, dairymen
at Hood Biver will maintain the old
price of l"M cents li quart. .
Arthur Wink, youngest ou of Mrs. G.
W. Hall, who has ben in the naval serv
ice since June, 1017, has returned to his
home at Oregon City- .
THE BIG 4
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We can tailor you , an all
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i Woolen Mills
. Fire at Grants Psbs Monday night,
caused by the explosion of an oil burner,
destroyed three homes and a large barn.
Because his home was destroyed by a
fire which started in the Brooklings saw
mill, Samuel Vanpelt, a resident of
Curry county, has instituted suit for
$8000 damages against the C. O. com
' DESTROYS THE HAIR .
. - -
Oirls if you want plenty of thick,
beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by all
means get rid of dandruff, for it will
starve your hair and rain it if you
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash it out. The only, sure
way to get rid of dandruff is to dis
solve it, then you destroy it entdrelv.
To flo this, got about four ounces of or
dinary liquid arvon; apply it at night
when retiring; use enough, to moisten
tho scalp and rub it in gently with the
By morning, mlost. if Jiot all. of vour
dandruff, will bo gone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy . cvry
single sign and trace of it.
You will find, too, that all ittthinir
and digging of the scalp will stop, and
your hair will look and feel a hundred
times better. You can get liquid avron
at any drug store. It. is inexpensive and
rour ounces as all you will need, no
matter how much dandruff you have.
This simple remedy never fails. (Adv)
1 0 Acres Prunes
Six. and nine years old. I first class condition.
4 miles out on rock road. Price $5500.00.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co
275 State, Street. .
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Girls! -Your hair needs a little "Danderirre" that's all! When
it becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when ugly dandruff
appears, or your hair falls out, a 35-cent bottle of delightful,
dependable "Danderine" from any store, will save your hair
also double it's beauty. You can have nice, thick hair, too!
DO YOU OWN A VACANT LOT? IF SO,
- ATTEND THIS
f riday, Oct iOth
' 2 p. m,
On Pacific" Highway, 2 blocks north of Fairground
Store, Consisting of
Fine 8 room plastered, well built, nearly new nungalow with electri
. Kghts and fixtures, bath, toilet, wash, bowls, hot air f arnaee, fireplace,
built In buffet, large front and back porch. This house to well paint- .
ed and nicely designed and is now open for inspection. This building
is to be moved and is now on the house movers timbers ready to be
moved after day of sale. This house wlllbe sold without reserve to
the highest bidder on he following terms! one half of purchase price
cash, balance a bankable note secured by mortgage, if desired
Valley Packing Co.
Pacific Highway North
"List your sales woth
Of Bad Blood
Pimples on the face, bunches i the)
neck x-illnw and swarthy complexion.
sores, ulcers, mucous patches, copper
colored fpotsj scaly skin affections,
constipation, inactive liver, dyspepsia
and stomach troubles are common symp
toms of poisoned ilood. There;- is no
remedy offered today to tho public ;
.. .. r ' ji-n J .1
that has SO sueessiuny oureu mcao
i. I . v; K.w A A .
(lipases aw ..uraw" u
: Blood." An old doetors prescription'
containing tne most renaoie anerairrca
known to medrca) - science. - . '
' Put u- by J. C. Mendenhall, Eis-'
ville. Ind. 40 years a- druggist.
Sold by Schaefers drug store.
says Coster Connor formerly of Johns
Hopkins hospital. Thousands of me
suffering from fatal diseases would be
in perfect health teday wore it not for
the deadly drug Nicotine. Stop the
habit now before .it's too late. It's a'
simple process to rid yourself of the
tobacco habit in any form. Just go te
eny up to date drug store and get some
Nicotol tablets; take them as directed
and lo; the pernicious habit quickly
vanishes. Druggists refund tho money
if they fail. Bo sure to read large and
interesting announcement bv Doctor .
ConnoT soon to appear in this paper.
Et tells of the danger of nicotine pois-
oninJkid how to avoid it. Tn the mean .
time uy Nicotol tablets; you will be
surprised at the result. D. J. Fry.
F. N. Woodry,
270 North Commercial St
Woodry for Results"