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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY. MARCH 23, 1913.
Walter Williams, Coast Cham
pion in 115-Pound Class,
to Meet Malone.
8 BOUTS ON CARD TONIGH
In Addition to Three Clashes Be
tween Multnomah and Olympic
Clob Boys, Five Fat Added
N Events W1U Be Staged.
Walter Williams, the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic Club boxer who won
the Pacific Coast llo-pouno cram
ninrahln at the Los Angeles tourna
lt Winter, will step out of hi
iici.inn toniirht to meet Frank Ma'
lone, the 125-pound Olympic Club boy.
who Is likewise a coast tme-noiuer.
The clever winged "M" man. Just re-
covered from an operation on his nose,
win ranlacn Thorsness on the eight-
hn.it Multnomah Club-Olympio Clab
Thorsness had an attack of stomach
rnnhl. v.t.riiuv morninjr and his
condition was such last night that it
was necessary to furnish a substitute.
Williams la Coafldeat.
Williams declares that he is In fine
condition for a match with Malone or
inr other 125-pound boxer. Walter
weighs around 120 pounds, five pounds
less than Malone. but Is confident that
1.1. skill will brine him victory.
The Multnomah Club boy saw Ma
lone In action in Los Angeles and be
lieves himself the cleverer of the two.
Powers and Knowlton. who meet the
Olympic Club scrappers, Jensen ana
Xoonan. respectively, had their last
light workout yesterday, while the vis
itors were put through their paces in
another part of the club building by
Instructor Leonard. Tommy uracey,
the winged "M" mentor, sees nothing
but a victory In two of the bouts tot
his boys, while the three-bout feature
wears the same complexion for Leon
Little Fellows to Clash.
Frank Harmar has added an at
tractive special number in the shape
of a 115-pound go between Belmont.
the Multnomah Club boy. who made
fine showing In the last club pro
gramme, and Calhoun, the Arleta Club
phenom. who Is touted as a coming
champion of the Northwest.
Four other special events will be
staged as added features of the bkg-
gest Inter-club boxing bill of the sea
on in Portland.
The officials will be Jack Grant,
Omar Dranga, referees; Joe Teal. Tom
Roberts. Judges; George L. Parker,
timekeeper; Dudley Clarke, announcer.
The programme follows:
125-pound Malone, Olympic Club. vs.
Williams. Multnomah Club.
115-pound Jensen. Olympic Clnb. vs.
Powers. Multnomah Club.
135-pound Noonan, Olympic Club. vs.
Knowlton. Multnomah Club.
150-pound Madden. Multnomah Club.
vs. Groat. Columbus Club.
135-pound Nelly. Brooklyn Club, vs.
Boatrlgbt. Arleta Club.
135-pound Hills. Brooklyn Club, vs.
Larin. Arleta Club.
US-pound Parslow, Multnomah Club,
vs. Hyberg. Brooklyn Club.
115-pound Belmont. Multnomah Club,
vs. Calhoun, Arleta Club.
LEAGUE MAT BE EXTENDED
Rupert Confident Police Wonld En
ter Team In Commercials.
"Red" Rupert, president of the Com
mercial Baseball League, may add two
more teams to the league. This was
suggested at a meeting last Wednesday
evening of the managers of the North
Rank. D. P. Fuller. McCarger. Bates &
Lively and North Bank teams, which
comprise the league at present.
Mr. Rupert was confident that he
could arrange It so that the Portland
Police Department would enter a team
and thought there would be little
trouble experienced in securing another
aggregation to enter the held. The
managers were In favor of enlarging
the league as this would make com
The president fixed April 3 as the
date of the next meet, when it will be
known definitely whether or not the
league shall be extended to six teams.
DRYAD HIGH TO PLAT LEBAM
Baseball Contest With Centralla Also
rRY.r. Wash.. March I". (Special.)
The Iryad High School baseball
team is grooming Itself for Its first as
sociation game to be played here April
I with the Lebam Hich School. The
boys have new uniforms and are dally
Following the game here with Le
bam. the boys will go to that city for a
return game, and after that will take
on the Centralla High School.
meets the Vancouver North Bank ball
tossers Sunday on the litter's grounds,
manager Sol Richanbach will use the
following as his lineup: Eddie Mc
Allen. catcher; Buff. Mann and Main
land, pitchers; Applegate. first base;
Devine, second base: Hall and James,
shortstop; Voss. third base; Shlnn,
Crowe and Hinkle. outfielders.
The Quillers Club of the Washing
ton High School, will give a skating
party at the Oaks rink Saturday after
noon and It is expected that there will
be at least 500 students present.
Coach Veatch, of the Washington
High track and field team, was com
pelled to work his athletes Indoors on
Chivington here. Desertion and idli-
dellty are charged.
San Francisco In the Ban Mateo
polo tournament, the first round of the
junior cup. the San Mateo Juniors de-
BEZDEK IS NAMED
COACH AT OREGON
Boko Besdek, Cbon to Coacfc
Valvei-alty of O reborn Football
M ESTABLISHED 1892 EIGHTEEN STORES ON THE PACIFIC COAST
Man Who Led Team in 1906 Is
Compromise Choice of
CONTRACT IS FOR 2 YEARS
feated the crack First Cavalry team by
a score of 10 to 24 at San Mateo.
278 DOGS ARE ENTERED
NT MB Kit AT PORTLAND SHOW
MAT PASS S00.
Fonr-Polnt Exhibit Believed Prob-
able Twenty-Eight Champions
With ITS- entries, t expected from
San Francisco and still others from
scattered points. Secretary J. J. Mc
Carthy, of the Portland Kennel Club.
predicts that the 14th annual bench
how. April 2-5. in the Bungalow
Theater, will open with more than S00
canines on exhibition, giving Portland
bona fide four-point show.
The Airedales will be the strongest
represented breed at the exhibition,
with' 40 dogs. The other big delega
tions are: Collies. 22; bull terriers.
3; English bulldogs, 19; cocker span-
niels. 1$; English setters, 17.
Twenty-eight champions a record
umber for a show In Portland will
be on exhibition at the coming meet.
Sound End Sombrero, the great English
bull terrier which won first prize at
the Westminster show at New York
recently, and the Airedale champions.
Red Raven and Kootenai Chinook, will
be among the prominent notables to
pose before Judge Thomas.
Sound End bombrero and Kootenai
Chinook are show dogs by chance. The
former was picked up In a San Fran-
isco saloon by Jack Bradshaw several
ears ago, the dog fancier paying I2o
for him. Kootenai Chinook cost
George Downer, of Butte, $75. Each
now worth more than 12000. al
though the pedigree of Sound End
Sombrero is unknown.
Former Chicago Star Also Will In
struct Baseball Players and May
Take Work In Department
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. 'Eugene.
March 27. (Special.) Hugo Bezdek,
coach 'of the University of Oregon foot-
bail team in 1906 and at present
director of athletics at the university
of Arkansas, was elected coach for
two years at tonight's meeting of the
Athletic Council. In addition to having
charge of football. Bezdek will coach
the baseball team and he may be em
ployed as an Instructor in chemistry
in the university. He will receive $2000
a year for his service as athletic In
structor alone, according- to the con
tract, to which the newly-elected coach
has already agreed.
The announcement of the selection
comes as a surprise as it was not known
that Bezdek's name was seriously under
consideration. He was elected by the
Athletic Council as a compromise choice
after four months of disagreement. His
name was first proposed at the last
meeting, Saturday, after which the
terms of the contract were decided by
communication with him.
Bezdek's team of 1906 is considered
the greatest in Oregon's history. Under
his tutelage the team played through
the season without a defeat. They
beat Multnomah for the first time by
score of 8 to 4, Washington IS to 6
and Willamette's strong eleven to 0.
Oregon Agricultural College .was tied
In a scoreless contest. The 190S team
contained such stars as Chandler,
Moores. McKinney, Moullen, Zacharlas,
Hug. Clark. Pinkham. Jack Latourette,
Kuykendall and Arnspiger. However,
the success of the season Is laid to
Bezdek's aggressiveness and strategem.
Bezdek was fullback on Coach Stagg's
team at the University of Chicago for
four years. He was chosen for the
All-Western team and mentioned for
All-American honors. Bezdek's reason
for coming to the Coast again is the
Illness of his wife, who has been in
Chicago hospital for two months, and
his desire to be in Oregon. Students
and graduates have faith in him to
turn the trick and are rejoicing over
the result of the election.
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BUD TO FIGHT APRIL 15
RETCRX MATCH "WITH BROWN
PROMISES TO BE FAST.
Telegraphic Sport Briefs
SAN FRANCISCO The playing
schedule for the new Class D base
ball league calls for 24 weeks of play,
beginning April 19 and ending Septem
Phoenix. Ariz. John Grable, a SD-
ear-old high school student, who was
bit on the head by a pitched ball last
Sunday, led Thursday.
Chicago Thomas M. Chivington.
president of the American Association.
Is sued for divorce by Mrs. Rosalie
account of the bad weather yesterday.
It is doubtful If the team will be able
to work out doors before the latter
part of iiext week. Coach Earl, of the
baseball suuaJ. was also disappointed,
as he expected to have the aspirants
jut yesterday for the initial workout.
In a practice game Wednesday the
Chapman Grammar School baseball
(earn administered an overwhelming
:-to-7 defeat to the Shaver School.
The Chapman players batted the ball
to all corners of ti.e lot.
The Studebaker baseball team would
like to arrange a game with some fast
local semi-professional team. Call J
tulnt. Main 1357.
The Lincoln freshman baseball team
experienced little trouble in defeating
the Junior players 6 to 1 In a practice
game Wednesday afternoon. Coulter,
who was sent into the box to do ire
flinging for the first-year students,
bad the Juniors at his mercy, and save
for apiome run made by Cumtnlngs, his
team was never In danger of heme
cored against. Al Schill's fielding on
the bumbled team was notable.
When tbe Harrlman baseball nine
Weight Differences Adjusted and
Coth Are Confident of Scoring
Knockout Before SO Rounds.
LOS ANGELES. March 27. (Special.)
Bud Anderson, the Vancouver, Wash.,
lightweight, and Knockout Brown, of
New York, will meet In a return match
on the night of April 15 In the Vernon
arena. The boys will travel the 20-
With weight differences adjusted and
Anderson agreeing to weigh In at 1.33
pounds at 7 o'clock, nothing remained
but the annonucement of the date, made
by Promoter McCarey this afternoon.
It was thought for a time that these
stellar scrappers would meet on the
afternoon of April 12.
Anderson should be a warm favorite
over Brown when they meet again, for
the Northwesterner was palpably out
of condition, which accounts for his in
ability to knock out the aggressive
New Yorker in II or 12 rounds at their
Anderson, with his brother and new
trainer, Earl Mohan, are taking things
easy at Wheeler Springs, but are due
in Los Angeles within a week to pre
pare for the battle. Anderson will
establish camp at loyle's.,
As before their initial clash, both
boys are making predictions anent
their ability to end the fracas within
MEMORY AIDS IN ARREST
Detective Hccals Man on Description
Sent From Seattle.
The memory of Detective Frank
Snow is to be credited for a capture
made yesterday on behalf of the Se
attle police, the prisoner being A. J.
Parrott. charged with grand larceny.
He is beld at the City Jail awaiting
tbe arrival of an officer from Seattle.
A few days ago Parrott, who has
been staying at one of the best hotels.
tendered the manager a large check.
Detective headquarters was notified
and Snow went up and. had a look at
toe man. but as me rueca. naa not been
accepted, no arrest was made. Yester
day when a request came from Seattle,
the detective recognized the descrip
tion and went direct to the hotel and
picked the man up. Parrott poses as
the representative of a Vancouver. H.
C a newspaper and pianist.
BOAT SINKS; REVOLT ENDS
Rebels Commandeer Steamboat and
Rob Bank; Then 105 Drown.
MEXICO CITY, March 27. Lack of
familiarity with steamboats resulted
In the swift crippling of Mexico's lat
est rebellion. Inaugurated today In the
State of Tabasco.
One hundred and seventy men of the
third infantry, commanded by Colonel
Palome at San Joan Jautista, revolted
with the cry, "Viva Madero." They
looted the houses and robbed the
branch of the National Bank, and then
embarked on a river steamer.
The boat foundered a short distance
from shore and 105 of the rebels were
COMMISSION IS UNNAMED
Governor Still Undecided on Board
to Enforce Minimum Wage Law.
SALEM, Or, March 27. (Special.)
So far Governor West has made no an
nouncement as to what his selection
will be for the personnel of the mini
mum wage commission under the Ma
larkey bill, declaring that the work of
this commission will be of extreme Im
portance, much more important, in fact,
he states, than is generally recognized.
"This commission will have wide lati
tude and great power." said the Gover
nor today In discussing it. "It will be
essentially a commission which should
be peculiarly well equipped."
SAN FRANCISCO SENDS SUM;
Independent Organizations Also Are
Collecting Relief Funds.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 27. The
San Francisco branch of, the National
n.t fross Societv announced tonight
th 511.000 bad been subscribed for
the flood sufferers of Ohio and Indi
ana. This sum will be largely in
Independent funds are being raised
by a number or civic ana commercial
bodies and labor unions.
Throughout the state relief measures
,r. heinir taken. San Jose has raised
12000. and the Fresno lodge of the Free
and Accepted Masons of California has
telegraphed $3000 to tne omo orancn ot
of the order lor nooa victims.
WIFE ACQUITTED OF CRIME
Jnrr Deliberates 1 9 Honrs, Then
Frees Mrs. Bnrnham of Charge.
CHICAGO, March 27. Mrs. Harriett
Burnham was acquitted of a charge of
having murdered her husband, Herbert
E. Burnham, by a jury in Judge Berke's
court today after the Jury naa aeiioer
ated 19 hours. It was the second trial,
the jury In the first trial having; dis
agreed. Mrs. Burnham is the fifth woman ac
quitted of murder In the Cook County
courts during the past year.
Singleton Spencer Is Buried.
CENTRAL! A, Wash., March 27.
(Special.) Singleton Spencer, a pio
neer resident of Lewie County, who
died Sunday night, was burled yester
day on his farm on Cowlitz Prairie,
where he had lived for the past 39
years. It was his request that he be
buried on bis ranch. Mr. Spencer, who
was T9 years of age, crossed the plains
when he was 10 years old.
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Klamath to Have Wireless.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or. March 27.
The owners ot large areas of timber
lands in this section are preparing to
put in a system of wireless telegraphy.
Thi will enable them to get quick and
definite news of the location of fires
mediately after they are discovered.
and in sending men and equipment to
Hood River to FJght Xew Katea. .
HOOD RIVER, Or.. March 27. (Spe
cial.) The Hood River Commercial
Club and residents generally will make
a strong fight to prevent an Increase
in local lighting and power rates over
those charged by tne rtyoro-r.ieci.rii;
Company. They have petitioned me
Railroad Commission to postpone the
hearing. In order that the club may be
better enabled to present Its side of
the case. A telegram was received
this morning from the commission,
which will convene Monday to hear
the complaint made by upper valley
residents against the Home Telephone
Company because of a toll charge of
10 cents between the upper and lower
f nllova tiromlsing that if sufficient
reasons were given the hearing wpbld
Delegates Chosen at Cathlamet.
PATHLAMET. Wash.. March 27.
(Special.) At a special meeting of the
members of the Congregational Church
of this place, Mrs. Charles Warren and
MnL A. R Congdon were chosen as
rioiaimtes to the conference of the Co
lumbta River district, which will be
held at Wasbougal the second week in
Steveneoa Store) Robbed.
cTOTESsn!!. Wash.. March 27.
(Special.) The cigar and confectionery
store of E. Canoose here was entered
Wednesday night and 5 taken from
the cash register and soms cigars were
all that was taKen.
Electric Company, and Glenada will be
lighted from the Florence plant as soon
as the cables can be laid across the
river and the necessary wiring com
pleted. Cloverdale Rancher Tries Suicide-.
CLOVE RD ALE. Or.. March 27. (Spe
cial.) Charles Johnson, a rancher liv
ing near Cloverdale, attempted Bulclde
here today, but was stopped by neigh
boring ranchers Just as be was about
to jump from a stove In his cabin,
having tied a rope to the bottom of
his cabin and carried it over a rafter
and placed the noose over bis head.
When the rescuers untied the rope on
the outside he was very ansry and
said: "In two minutes more I would
have been a dead one." Mr. Johnson Is
Creditors Meet at Astoria.
ASTORIA, On, March 27. (SpeeiaL)
The first meeting of the crdltors of
the bankrupt Cheney Dresser Company,
of Seaside, was held today and R. L.
Sabln, of Portland, was elected trustee.
In the schedule submlttted the number
of creditors was given as 117, with
total liabilities of 231.718.03. The assets
were quoted as totaling $37,260.30, of
which $15,636.27 was entered
ECZEMA CURED IX 10 TO M DATS.
The Paris Medicine Co., 2624 Pine
street, St. Louis, Mo., manufacturers of
Laxative Bromo Quinine, have a new
and wonderful discovery, GROVE'S SA
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cure any case of ECZEMA, no matter of
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will refund money if it falls. GROVE'S
SA-NARE CUTIS' is perfectly clean and:
does not stain. If your druggist hasn't
It, send us 60c, In postage stamps, and
it will be send by mall.
V-a to the close of last Tear. Booth Africa
has produced cold worth tl, 570, 710,000 and
diamonds worth rn.ww,wjy.
Glenada Will Get Light,
GLENADA. Or.. March 27. At
i.e. montinir the Council granted an
electric light franchise to the Florence
Gains New Complexion
By Peeling Her Skin
Julia Orff In the Queen.
"Keep still, sad heart, and cease re
pining, behind tne ciouus is
.tin .hlnins-." I was forcibly reminded
of these lines when, after months- of
fretting over my ugly complexion, i
found how easy It was to remove the
cloudy, muddy skin and bring forth a
bright, new complexion. I got an ounce
of ordinary mercolized wax at my drug
gist's and used this like cold cream
every night for two weeks, washing it
oft mornings. Lo and behold! That old
skin had all peeled off! The healthy
young skin underneath gave me a com
olexion as pure, white and soft as any
young girl's. I experienced no discom
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pimply or freckled, can acquire me
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Another treatment that brought more
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no more than lard. You use one-third less of Cottolene
than of either butter or lard.
The use of Cottolene is indispensable to good cooking,
good health and true economy, try this recipe.-
Chop fine any kind of cooked meat or fish. Moisten light meats with
thick white sauce, equal amount, and dark meats with tomato or brown
sauce made quite thick. Season with salt and pepper and onion juice if
liked. When very cold, shape mixture into balls or cones; roll first in
sifted bread crumbs, then beaten egg diluted with one tablespoon milk,
then crumb again. Fry one minute in deep Cottolene. Drain on paper,
and be sure the fat is hot for each frying. Serve plain or with sauce like
that in the mixture, only thinner.
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