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  • April 16, 1913

  • That Mike Spanos and Frank Seymour, convicted of the murder of George Dedaskalous, a Greek in this city Sept. 22, have lost their worried appearance and now believe that they will escape the gallows is the word brought from Salem by Sheriff Singler who returned today after taking Cecil Townsend to the penitentiary. Singler visited both of the condemned men.
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  • That Mike Spanos and Frank Seymour, convicted of the murder of George Dedaskalous, a Greek in this city Sept. 22, have lost their worried appearance and now believe that they will escape the gallows is the word brought from Salem by Sheriff Singler who returned today after taking Cecil Townsend to the penitentiary. Singler visited both of the condemned men.
    "The boys seem to believe now that they will escape their gallows," states Singler, "and in consequence, are far more at ease than when I last saw them. They are model prisoners according to the guards and make no trouble. Seymour is continuing to show a deep religious sense. They both have completely forgotten Medford and asked nothing concerning anyone in this section.
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    SEATTLE, Wash., April 16 — Claudine Rose, of Salem, Ore., and Evelyn Carey of Medford, Ore., are the Oregon representatives in the "beauty chorus" of co-eds who will dance and sing in the production of "Princess Bonnie" by University of Washington students at the Moore Theater here on April 24. The presentation of this opera at a downtown Seattle showhouse will mark the first university theatrical affair held off the campus for years.
    Blendine Hays of Olympia; Bessie Hassett, Mrs. K.P. Bemis, Harold Gray, Ethel Porter, of Seattle; Ned Edris of Spokane; Claude Harmon, of Tacoma and Laurence Williams of Bellingham are the principals and about 60 co-eds and students are in the chorus.
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