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CULcrS EDI-CATEO Kr.,n-TOE EXPECTED TO PLAY AN ORTANT HOLE IN SEASON MOST IM-
r)RT NT INTKREin liA.nc iuu.u ui-i " "'-
AND OREGON AGGIES.
CLUB FIZZLES OUT
1 : !
Aggies Have Final Practice
on Multnomah Field for
GOOD WEATHER IS LIKELY
kit la; CKJd In. rra- tilth Vla
:nr S-lo-l and .-lo-l I avorllr.
IILInon' rsnllns IJkclj
to Il III lictor.
v i - nightfall we'll Vrow
wk.ther ..tr football I auperlor to
. ... . . .. i.i...iual arid-
r'viiD'i" " . - -
ria.fc- t"dr b.w..l '
t nt.ar.ity of i.jrcu.e. l -
r.-on Afcf. Th. a-.ma will '"
I s o'clock, Multnomah, fi.ld an-1
aBoul :i mlaut.a Ui.f o'T "I"
. irwa" o.r lh .l.rpB wlr.
II U the fir. I -al ln.rllal bat-
t . .! in- r-ifi " "
.!' tie -rj.ard In many V'ara. lfS
.-or,, tio te C.rlial. Indiana cam.
vt.at i4t lrra ! football " nl
-.tio ba. lak. wond-rful etrld-e
..W(4. .',. taaa lfc
t,,. t.c e m f,ock of
rim.al remrll "'
l-.ttra tftf". with amlrklB
i.mkm. i (.rtoi.lr th.r
a 4 J .mteroir r
lb. tA.f. UK. o.r .r el--lion
itm.. they ar- mt-l-ljr euitl
at..i. but. ttr air. araouBt i
jitti . . .
Tatar's rim- srldlraf. cUh.
fre. I mi-tr tmpofUnt '
ill be " actual au f'
r.E.ri lha .rr.nlt "
tie lo i4-lr a-paraled .avttoae cl
a a a
n-.ath.r indication ut
..opitioua. Attar a-a'ty o ..h. f
.i.rmict.nt r:n. W Jup- W "
.ml 1.1 !
-.r ttouM anl ''P- " ,b
h. m frtl M morn,n r4 rontinu
t on in Jo until lt-. th"
I. ..r I b- ' cro-J -n
.a4. T". fo- b. cot.f.H"4
It t U 'SM '"" '0
of ! N.rtr.t. Wb. lut". -,,.tt
r l the irtty
V r.tacton. f .--t
,itor rly lrinJo4 em
ui mfit from o.ii:r pot.
n4 irln. from N.r ro and
oSIIKIul tm.4M l Ih-lr -
Tft. fr.o io wrrlor. "
It.. .. - J- t.rt. r-.-nl
l orturul r! m ror.on km! oo
la " Matloomah
i.uj la tha aft.ritooa. To or Inraa
t t.-ia Aia tar ara la aiT"" "ul
rrx.i phvaical roadilion. Irlt'.
:;.pauo4 AU-North..t lkl.
t h4 cr a BBitortn for a.rl .
l. a out la eiti'a ct.. !
a al. o c of poio oak don. BP In
t.DUo o n ar-n. II. roy
I. M. to la a" .. lil
Ilof.r prsti'-4 al risbt lael
H. au.t.r. Ilt a4. I anoin.r
la a crlKpl.4 conditio"- trott.4
.4a4 la a Bioily uniform with b
-.ail pn ! bnin d-- If
Vknl'r W bbM to tir h am.
TlompMn. b.titat f'r4. will bot4
Ma aatr.mii. T.r. ra;ar
i. H.f. will b OKI. of cooraa. a
r.u'.t of hi broka cl!r boB.. P
tc lik.iy ni P'r c.ot.r. .alo
An lron al i ur4 ari4 rnytl at
la. al-. Captaia Hilli. ba b.a phifl4
ap t e4 frvm hia ul barhfl'14
.. of h Aed- criept.4 conil-
. appa'.at-r relt4 l Iho bat
Iib ciri-:.. f-r oH.u look quita
op duriBc l'"o ftrnv Jyra-tt
op.B.4 a fiorlta o.r la t't
ra.r. but S-l motiy fr.ty of
f.r.4 l.r l t"" nJ on" pu
ti4 a T of l to It aa lha bafy
N. Toe : nioB. r on m
l.poinl m.ni for jiyracu.o al
i.nily Hu.t4 b th" roamwioo-
ra la tha r.u pool paU-aa b.r
an.y do t n-Jthonin
Tbl Ila4 I'm'H Mawart. of th A
atp.ct a datb rapla. wblcb may
. won ar lo.t by on. .nom plar
ar droohx k. w .l4nco4 durln V -I.r4ay
pra'tico by tha pain b look
- ia Itarry Cot.'a rtibl fool puffl
Colo l rat4 a. oa. of tha arat
pla kik.r from t.yond tbo 3a-)ar4
l.na l tba Vrtn,wai conX.ranco.
la tha punttB dpartm.t. bowa.r.
. tr.oa iMm will ba b4'y ool
U.wl. If all tha dui on llaloaoa,
f H,ri... U corratt. Vlk!poa la
i4 t baa n.la an IJ-yar4 PBt
((tinal yion'na al M!oula on Tr
k.y 4y i 'f to ir. bt kirk mu.t bava
ba.n h.l?.4 Biat.rtally by lha atrorut
wi4 that aa btowf lt ki. faor.
urh.r riilli. nor mi will do tha
p'iBtin: for tha Ato. It tba
)vh of a 1 ! k a.l-off that dir.rtty
ea.l tha Asi.a thir tat !tta (am.
with I t. on. If l'o4 h Jtt.warl ba4
Art I'J'1. of tut JM' !t.b. wtth
klm thU af-rioan. Bo doubt fc wal4
fol mH f-r.
a a a
-Kb Ka lA.-iina will llr n.f I
N"ar4 th.ir car for l-o An-
s.i.l iKciiatal I'oli.ti bin tha
final mor. an th. ?iftti rn.n-.
iiK.it hiiinii, i t:.H ritTK:
rffrrwnn) o4 I'mnilla Jqoad I"rr-
para foe tla.krthall Iwawa.
lnt.ra. hola.ti-- baak.tball t a a m
baa atart.4 Ih.ir 1 t j I prartwa a.B
..a. Jf?aror Itck an. I Iranklla
li ck aa.-k ba4 lhair fVnil ul ya--ry
for a ahorl workout an4 mora
m.B a -Mtr. of aiM't.a wora oat In
aita No arna.lv la for tha ortlan4
-itr hU't l..au. ha. bon dr.wn
up a. y.t. bit rra.i.l.nt It ll wi.l rail
a m I r of tha bor4 of d.rort r.
an. arrancam.Bta will b. Bia4 for
Appllratlaaj for tn.mt)rVp In
l-aa will ba a-.a.l by th. v.-l.tlan
Urolh.ra Uo.ib... I'oll-C. an I la all
proaabilltT tha Ja-. Johta tl will
amittaB' a. Tha Jam.. J.hn a
xtwftiot b4 B footatl I. am tnl a.a
aort that raBba.1 up with tha of
M.l.of-towi mi4. an4 io h R.y
. rr.l l. ta d'alrou of c.ttinc " fr
in: R a .vtM tin Mrr
. :.. Illy tab to Ial on Ilolnf
Mam Imrmbrr 7 oJ I 4.
: Manser 1T..J T. JNrri:!. of tha
r.M City CIuX Tt.rday .latd
licit, for two box nr Tiok.r to ba
.I4 In Irmh.r. Tha Brt wilt ba on
.rarab.r t. lha Ur.aoa M'la Hot. I
l.rfc." Aorlatt-n bainc tha aponcor.
At I l arnob.r fr.a :iiok wi.l ba
'i.trt9ut4 to thoan fco.4;Bj rar.4
Vh. othr sboar wilt ba atacad oa
IVimSr II and wl'l b a champlon-
p affcir. Tta .d lnr will ba fur.
tn.b.4 bj Carl il.tu aad Al Soroill.
v7 J ' A r; - --A
- ' J a. . .--v v- -
i:t btlta for tha li(hl bray-
i.hl thn. lion. I I? of t a city. Tha
Kml-ntiai will Tommy I'iark and
. .... r..r th. Ilaht-
w.ihl tl'la of I'ortnJ. Tba wtntiara
..i wi:t lw rtrvinii.d
city champion aod will ba cai:4
upon la d'KH4 incir im. "
Itr.l.iial'iin Wilrd "oac-li
jiaja He Will " Tkr llcr lol.
i.'ii-pi i- v-.h v.. SB Tha r-
. . t m ' . i . , . r iMibi. aa football
coa.b Bt lha l-nlvrrity of Vaahlnton
waa ar.rptad oii.-hl by onantmou.
coto of lha atudcnl board of control
of athlalie rtalr. r. iw w-nia...
that b. did not Inland lo coarh aals
for al l.aat a y.ar. . .
Ivtl. told lha 60rq IBB. n.
. hi. ronltl.t With
I r.u u i. . vi -
Wa.h.ncloo. at4 Ilia! If lha board ln-
lat'd upon bl rmainln ha would
coarh lha Waahlnfton l.ara n.t ar
but would .fo.a to nrr.pt any pay.
nroKAK ItKLUlsl WICKKK
rtaarball ytmamgrr of IndlaoB ! Ix-t
.... m.. m. it v . tfiL i tt a r
8iTKAti- OT. J-' .
a . III -aa.av.l-a Bk a tTlB.no
m ti'9 uficwnui'iwM'.ii
r of lb- Pok NorlhwMrn
Uaacua Baaaoau ; ' ,, .
Ha form.rly waa a Chl.ao National
Abrrdrrn lo Va Tlayrr.
AUKItPKKN. W.h, No.
clall Lal Johnaon. alar tarhla oa tba
. . . wtti .horily moil to
ilympiA. wh.r bla par.nt hr morad
Blrauy. Ilia lo-a will b.lp l'f
proaanl Ab.ro.-n una . yw.--
. . r .... nan. Carlaon.
and: lB.brlt.n, .lackla: Adama.
fuard. Bd llobl. !".
1 ......v.-.- halfback, a til quit
a (wU M aaw a a- -
arbool and H.nry Ai.H-r.on. qrl.r-
bark. will r4"i. '
I.aro wi.l ramala for amt
Meat rolnl Lo-ca Coach IaUy.
"OINT. N. T, So,
l.aanl Charl" U Dai.y. t. . A, who
for tba pat Ihraa aaaaon ha ba.n
b. ad cm., for lha Army football t.am.
will iv t nrl la thai cat-arlty nail FalL
Ha aa.la oa tc.mbar 4 for Kan r ran
rtaro to loin M command, lha rirat
K..lm.nl of 11-M Arttll.ry noar on
duty Bt X- hon.ld. Ilooolulo. I'al.y wa
c. pfam o( lb Har.ard football t.am
Coart llolda Jltoc-r Hood la for
...... - .k. v. 1 iHpwlal)
That lha Jitn.y bun bond of
appli-a lo an loiuraa
. . ...... ... -n . -r waa tba
aa i. an "JJ' - r
rullntt of Jo4. :aratl Kmlth In lha
fu.rlor Couri thia rm.ro.na '
lnC a motion, to d.aml.a tha ' 'of
;i damara broushl by Maa lto4.
k- tc i tun.-.a and alra
Hay LuBcan. Th. plainlifT wa .truck
: . . - .. t .. lark P. M. Mar II
Anq I n j 4 r m a -a.-. -
at whil. aba wa croaalhS I'lb tra.t
.. . .. Tmnrana rontaadad
.own " " " -
thai tha JltB.y bua law raquirlr a
a a a a. a a. iifrirkaai Al
Dv4 "-r nria ir - , - -
ik. c l K a nf rta. Ft aC cT IO
J... or arcld.nt. Juda hmltb h.ld
oth.rwl... and lh Jury r.turnad a .r
din for US m faor of Mr. llodra
" -.. . ... .l.o ludiclally
a. t - rr.irl blnK UXl
rKOCtViv - ------ -
for Ua or.l lima lo In.tructlona to a
I-.... . other ludc.B In
damasa ault ha rcftrrad to tha bu
aa an aulomobllfc
Tonicht. r.oe .ity Club. SarUetl-
Olonnell. Lordoa aainl an com.r..
two bonne conte.l. 5c ana i i.
-Mwp ljriy OurlirB. SaK I'UiweU
... A i .A a( lha llaDtUtlThurrn.
rorty-ond and llotcala. In th Wood-
ctovk dletrkt will pave a -nop nrij
Cbrlatma U" on rrlday In tba baee-
. i h. rhnrrh. "An old country
fl.rnoon lea" will bo irvd durlnc
th aftaraoon and a dinner irorn io i
North Hank 2.00 Tair.
VAMWKR. Wa.h.. Nor . Spe
Clt tThe North Hank Railroad today
paid HJT In tame, th lat half
due. Th County Treaaurar collected
a boot llOX I" tax. ytrday. A
lr cumb-r of lttr rontalnlnc
vbcvka are la tba mall lUIl
1 -o" -
Albany Coach Names Mythical
High School Eleven.
PORTLAND BOYS ON LIST
Mrr-r.. of The Iallra. I. Clio-m a
Ilr( .II-Arunnd I'alMiark. With
A Urn. Coluinlila. and Slrow
brldsc. WaahlnRlon, Hiltr.
corit tkvk' Ai.ionK-
UOX IIM.H irilOOL KOOT
riayrr. Toaltlon. Srhool.
liill I- K. Salem
Tharker I- T A:bany
lj.nar.ll U Kakrr
I'l C. Albany
M'alkrr R. O. .W.h. High
N'.wman It. T Kun
Miliar It. K Albany
(Irorvrnor. ... (J Jialrm
Allan I- H Columbia
rttrowbrldc. 11- H. . .Waah. HlKh
titrar K The Dalle
ALBA NT. Or.. Nor. 30. (Special.)
Coarb Claranca P. Steven, of Albany
ilish rVhool. ha picked an all-Orerfon
lilsh School football team. II ha wit-na.-d
ilmoit every hlKh achool team
In tba atata In action thl year, and
hi arlertion are th reaull of hi
Judcm.nl of their ability.
Xiroavenor. of Salem, altnouirn nanui-
capped by Injurlea received early In the
hwoh, I undoubtedly the bent bleb,
arhool quarterback In tha elate. He
u.aa cood Judcment. He I a fat and
"In Steer. Th Dalle probably have
th beat all-round fullback. In tha elate.
He I feet tall, and welBh lit.
I a trnn punter and drop. kicker, a
are tackier, a good plunger and an ex
ceptionally faat man.
"There ara a tare number of Rood
halfback in th atate. but It eem
thai Allen, of Columbia t nlvernlty. and
St row br Id-, of Benin ton Illch. have
tha edca on tha rat. They ar faat
runner, food Interrerer. ehlfty on de
fe.a and at rone on pa.ee.
"I recard Taul Miller a th bet
hlcb arhool end In tha. data. II la
I teal tall, atrip 17. I an BKCreaalve
nlaver offence and a terror on de
f.n.a. The other end la allotted to Olll
of Salem, principally bevauee of hi
"Thacker. of Albany, and Newman,
of Kus-ne. hold th tackle poeltlon.
belnc conel.tent all-round player.
Thacker atrip MI. and Newman about
"Walker, of Waahlnatnn Illch. and
Iincretl. of linker, take the Kuard po-
Itlona becau they have welcht a
well a other nceary rharacterf atlra.
"I recard Davl. of Albany, a the
Heat enter Jn th atata. probably In the
Nortbweet. He la nearly feet tall
and welch 114 lrlppd.
fS Omn tjt rid Pic
TMB AI.L-PTAR LLKt r.N 11.
(".otee ilun Cntloa.
hlcbt cuard l"altooua .
X'.x guar Hand r.utfM.
Hl.ht lackla Oinir.
l--ft la-rfcl. I'.attl. blilp
Klchl .id Bhrar"-I.
I I end Torpedo
cjoarl.rb.rk laud caplalB Death.
llUhl ha;f feol'metera.
Ift half Trench IJ a.
fuli tack UjBamlte
rpHIS eleven I nol only tronc- on,
j. uc i -. ouv .. .... ........
otTenalve machine ever known.
It I a wonderful ground gainer, a
th German at one time, urine the
above combination, carried the ball 1JIS
mil through the bleak leppr of
The Una I e.peclully tron. It can
ha counted noon to open up any op
poiini formation, and tf th line full
th barkfW'ld I pretty likely to yo on
tbrouch anywaj. eepeclully th rlcht
halfback named. The rlcht half electd
la ..oerlally uaeful to caln tna nece
,ary ctound when a etiort dlstanca I
needed on tn luurin oown,
Wa hat named no punter or drop
kicker for thl eleven, a a punter and
a drop kkker are not needed. Why
punt or drop kick when you can carry
the ball over for a touchdown each
time you atari?
Th eleven also ha the greatest
quarterback ever known. He h never
yet mlcd a tackle. No one ha ever
coltcn by him for a gain. The great
rut and hardet runner In the world
are ure lo be thrown for a Ion once
he Blip within reach. He throw them
all tha hlKh and low. the lean and fat.
the hort nd tall, the poor and rich,
the bl and mall. the mean and good,
the alar and the dubs.
Sometime he work awlftly and at
other time he loafs on the Job. but
he always get there al tha finish.
There I no great amount of courage
or brain In the make-up of this eleven,
hut it need neither. II ha enough
power and rpeed to do the work -in a.
mir.lv machine-like aori oi way. u
ha what I sometime known as the
punch or the wallop. .
Thl great eleven we have picked
pUya In, no games where there ar any
nr-arrihed rules of conduct. The other
team can be composed exclusively of
Summer ballplayer and can do all tne
slugging, kicking and gouging it cares
m our chosen eleven makes no com
plaint to the referee. But in return it
leave anywnere irom iu.vjv m iv.vv
dead on the field and ten, times that
number minus arm. lea eyea ana
"C . will ...I where thl or that
expert picks this or that star for his
On. arhat rhanca would all of thOS
who will be Dicked have against any
one we have named?
What chance would Haughtons snut
play have agadnat that line?
What rhanca would Mahan have
circling thoe two ends?
What chance would spears or u
tnan or Buck have checking the rush
of that backfleld?
And always playing back, covering
kirks, covering short bucks, covering
Ion- run, overthrowing ail comDina-
tlon with one hnd behind his back
cool, reliable, certain, always there Is
Captain Death blocking tna way to tne
O LBwrs may pick a still stronger llne
n. but to do so they will have to leave
thle morbid universe we know and get
their enlistments from uenenna.
FKDK AltE fcCEI BY BENDER
Indian ritclicp Sy Two-Year Con.
tract at $7300 Year Waa Broken.
-.- vrvnt.- XTa. 1 n a 1 1 1 f fnr a
breach of contract In behalf of Charles
tChlef) nender. the pitcher, was filed
in to a . .ti.ru ....... ..... -
j.. ...i..t . i. . p..r.l fairiiA of Pro.
u a j .1
feealonal Haenn liuhiu iiwrr ercn.
. . . . m c r a e.nm
lo recover a juagmrni ui .j...
The I'hlladelphla American star con
l 11 U r ii ii. w
ly by tha Baltimore Federal League
club last August in TlOl.i-m
term of hi contract- which- I ld
lo hava been for two year at $7500
PITT CHALLENGES CORNELL
Warner's Team to Bo Kept In Train
ing Cntll lthlcana Keply.
PITTSB1"RCS. Nov. SO. The football
team of the University of Pltteburg
tonight challenged the Cornell eleven,
for a game to determine the Eastern
championship. Neither team lout a
game during the season jum
Announcement wa mad here that
the PltUburg team will be kept In
training until a reply has beer re
ceived from Cornell.
Blaney and Franklin Win.
In - an.i.a1 match ro . 1 ed on
Monday ..-, aihl-tlc Club alleys
night Charle J. Kru and
Wood were dereated oy J.
Blaney and Robert Franklin.
15?7ni-173 1 1 1T
14?ro2 I3 1ST 1ST IM 151
II las ra.
111 ?iw 1 lo 18 I0J ITS
,TI I" 1 3t
Wood and Krua
Blanry and Kranklln
Yearling Ellly Brings $3000.
LEXINGTON. Ky.. Nov. SO. Anselila,
1:1" world" champion yearling trot
ting filly, was sold today to Lewi H.
Titus, of Ooehen. N. Y. The reported
price we ISOOO. Anselila w owned
by C. A. Harrison, of Seattle. Wash.,
and wa bred at the Woodland Stt
Stock Farm. Woodland. Cal. The filly
I by Prince AnaiL dam Jla Moko by
O'Rourke Tells of Offer of
$150 to Throw Game
TACKLE KEPT OUT OF PLAY
J. C. McElroy Tells of Remark
Bawed on Belief That Stars Would
Not riay and Says This Was
Taken for Bribe Offer.
Tetty bickering between member of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club
football team caused a near-scandal
yesterday when rumors flew about
town that someone had "faked" and
played "possum" In the game against
the University or Oregon on Thanks
giving day. Oregon won 15-2.
After a quiet Investigation by offi
cial of the Multnomah Club those on
the Inside were certain that there had
been no bribery and that the game
was played squarely. But. the breach
between Patsy O'Rourke. star tarfcle.
formerly of Minnesota and Georgetown,
and "Red" Rupert, captain, remained
wider than ever.
O'Rourke t-aid that someone offered
him $150 to "lay down" to Oregon. He
approached George Phllbrook. the
former Notre Dame star, and asked him
if he was In on the deal. Phllbrook
said he was not. but waa willing. Im
mediately Philbrook reported the mat
ter to Manager Pratt and ' to Dow
Walker, superintendent of the club, and
they told him to go ahead and try to
find out more about the plot.
Although he talked with O'Rourke
about it the day before the game, no
body ever came through with the
money and O'Rourke showed up for the
game expecting to play as usual. In
stead he was told to sit on the bench.
Incensed at thia action, O'Rourke
turned In his suit after the game, and
Is said to have told friends that Ru
pert must have been one of those
"bought" because of his failure to play
a pas or buck at one time on Oregon's
eight yard line wttti two yards to go
for first down. '
It was this statement of O' Rourke's
that resulted in publicity and the In
vestigation. Pkuldnddery Nat Kalerfalnrd.
' Those who know O'Rourke intimate
Ir and also the club officials.- Rupert,
Martin Pratt and Dow Walker, do not
for a moment entertain any notions
that ther was ekulduddcry in Thurs
O'Rourke refuses to say who made
him the offer, but rumors linked him
with J. C. McElroy, former "sheep kin"
of the Willamette Valley and a son of
ex-State Superintendent of Public In
Mr. McElroy follows sports closely
and occasionally plunges on a "hunch."
"Mr. O'Rourke has been doing some
law work for me." said Mr. McElroy
last night. "I raised Grover Francis
from a boy and. Grover is in O'Rourke's
office. That's how I came to be hooked
up with him In business. Well. Grover
got a telegram Tuesday night telling
him to go to Spokane and referee the
Washington State-Gonzaga game, and
as O'Rourke said then that he didn't
think he was going to play for Mult
nomah, I had a hunch immedlaately
that Oregon would beat Multnomah.
No Attempt Made at Bribery.
"So I passed a remark to O'Rourke
that I had about $150 to bet on Oregon
If he didn't olay. I have always been
a square bettor, and wouldn't think of
trying to buy a man of O'Rourke's cali
ber. And my boy Grover wouldn't
throw a game for a barrel of thousana
"That night I called up Julian Mc
Fadden, of Corvallis. and told him t
wa a cinch for Oregon to win and to
come down and bet some money. The
next day O'Rourke told me he would be
in the came. I left that same after
noon for Salem to attend the Cherrian
ball, and when I got to thinking about
it I decided to bet on Multnomah wlin
O'Rourke in the game. So I did place a
125 bet on Multnomah, which 1 lost. 1
don't believe anybody else ever said a
word to O'Rourke about money, and I
think he was feeling around looking
for Information when he approached
Phllbrook. Nor do I think for a mo
ment that Red Rupert would ever throw
"O'Rourke and Rupert are a bit sore
at each other, and out of this the whole
Clnb Ofllrlal iBveatlliate.
At the Multnomah Athletic Club yes
terday Dow Walker was busy all day
trying to run do..-n rumors. Toward
evening President Ralph Wilbur held
a conference with Superintendent
Walker, Manager Martin Pratt, of the
football team, apd Captain Rupert.
"The matter Is a big surprise to roe."
said President Wilbur. "The affair will
be taken up by the board and will be
sifted to the bottom. If any of the
rharirea are Droved true, the club will
hew to the line without regard to
Manager Tratt and Captain Rupert
both substantiated Philbrook's state
ment that-he had reported the matter
to them early Wednesday morning
after his talk with O'Rourke the night
Dillon Defeats Flynii.
NEW YORK, Nov. 30. Jack Dillon.
of Indianapolis, defeated Jim iynn,
the Pueblo. Colo- rireman. in a ten-
.ni.arl hnilt In KrOOKlYD lOniKlll. Ulf
Ion. weighing 175 pounds, conceded 18
noiinri to hi opponent, riynn wa ie
verely punished throughout, taking a
count of four in tno ninin. aiier rw;ci-
Ing a hard right to tne jaw.
Black Elected Yale Captain.
HaVfV rnrn.. KoV. 30
ui...ir .1 N'.w Turk Citv. a
Clinion - ----- -- - (
Junior In tne nnemeiu ai..i...- ,.....,
waa c." . t j ......... -
l . . ... . I ih. annual banciuet Of
the players tonigni. ruaca. i.i.jc
guard on mis r an a ticn,.
OLD ORGANIZATION REVIVES
Civil Service, Portland Paper, Offi
cial Organ of Retirement Body.
. ... nutlvitv nffl
Alirr i o jci. . -. - -
cer of the United States Civil bervice
Retirement Association (Portland
branch) yesterday met at the Custom
house IO arrango a .cuo.i .
... n h. h.M in tha main
IDO Il.r ... ui . v " " - - -.-
.U. ITnl.aJ Cl.i.a Pftll rt
courtroom oi .uo i... - -
in the Postofflce. building on December
14 at a f. m.
lew- ..iilaitAii In former luri con
sisted of more than 500 members, scat
tered tnrougnoui an Drancnea ui
ciassmea rcucni wn
Civil Service, a local publication, was
Indorsed as in. niBumiu uhuuru ........
... K. nrw-.aa of tho
OXIlcitti reyvi i" e ' -
movement will be carried to members.
The executive omcers oi ion """
lion are: If. r. Barnes. presiu.uL, x.
D. Boyer, secretary: E. B. Thomson,
financial secretary; R. H. Misenbelmer,
treasurer, and H. F. McGratn. A. L.
Upson and II. C. Hart, directors.
MADE to ORDER
iTVJICOLL" means expensive
11 Fabrics Cut, Fit and Fin
ishat moderate prices.
We buy direct from the mills
save wholesalers' profits. You get
expensive tailoring without the
Special Showing of Smart Tweeds and
Scotches This Week, $25 and $30.
NICOLL The 'lUilor
"W2 Jerrems' Sons
Oarar M. Smith, Manager.
108 Third Street, Near Washington.
HARD BOUT IN STORE
Santell Promises to Give Eddie
O'Connell Real Tussle.
MAT MATCH IS TO FINISH
Londas to Try to Throw Four Men,
Each in 15 Minutes Two Box
ing Events Added to Tonight's
Rose City Club Bill.
. T-ih" Snntell fails
unless - Diiiiims . " i-Hriie
i. . .. . . , reinitiation. r.caie
O'Conneir. the local wrestling favorite
will have to use an oi -;'-r-skill
to score a victory of two falls
out of three over me "-"t ' ,n to
These two middleweight will go to
the mat tonight at the Rose City Ath
letic Club. The match will be to a
finish, best two out of three falls to
count. Police Gazette rules to ' KY?
Fred T. Merrill, manager of the bast
Side Institution of athletics.
. , . . i .ho rinf in this ana
tne inira man in - - --- ..
other wrestling events jn which Jim
Londas, wno lormeny ---
' - , i. - Thor. 1 i will en-
the name oi i-" 7- ,- ,
deavor to throw four men in Is '
utes of grappling wun eao.
50 of his own cash to any of the four
that he falls to pin 10 i"
15 minutes' time naa ew
Londas Clalma title.
. , .. 1 . miitdleweieht and
lightweight wrestling championship of
the world, and in issuing a challenge
to all comers, four of which he will
meet tonieht. he hopes 10 ei.o..B. ...
undisputed claim to his title in this
part of the country.
r . . ... n.ui n. d Kuntell ana
BOtn OI 1110 H'""i- . ,
O'Connell. have been working hard for
their match ana are rciiui u
cellent condition. The weight agreed
upon for the mix was 155 pounds, al
.h..h it i not expected that O Connell
will weigh that much.
Santell is anxious to esiaunau Him
self in Portland and feels that a win
over O'Connell or even a good showing
... .1..,.. unitnnmiih Club in
structor will place him in favor with
the local mat tans.
: ...Aiml.ra ll U V P fl SO
been put on the bill as a preliminary to
Middleweight lo Box.
a :.,.ii,.i. lL.i.f Vra nk ParS-
I lie l" " iiHumc-v.oi.1
low and Ike Cohen, will clash in one
of the encounters, narry '"J -
Shell McCool, featherweights, will fur
nish the other bout.
Parslow is well known in Portland,
having cleaned up the local middle
weight ranks, while Cohen is a recent
Importation from Seattle. In his only
showing here ho fought a draw with
Valley Trambitas, the hard-hitting
Roumanian, whom Parslow recently
Both of the other boxers are new
men. McCool snowea to n
. 1 ... ...ith I'lav ! ribie.
recently 111 A 1 . . -
but Caasidy. hasn't been billed at any
of the local snows mini nu-. .....
Bennett, the featherweight, who has
been matched with Billy Mascott, the
Northwest champion, will referee the
Golf Club Site Selected.
A report from the committee ap-
Our Men's and Young Men's Suits, Overcoats
and Raincoats Are Here for Your Inspection,
Which We Invite
You will be pleased with the
We will not
pointed to select tho tsite of the new
Portland Golf Club s clubhouse to re
place the one- destroyed by firo was
tendered yesterday by the committee
appointed to attend to this matter. The
proposed location was kept a secret,
however. The new officials met yester
day for the first time and appointed a
handicap committee to replace the one
whose term had ended. It was made
up practically the same as the former.
Sam B. Archer is chairman and the
members are J. A. Dick, John Hotch
kiss, C. C. Gross and J. M. Angus. The
financial committee, which has charge
of disposing of the club bonds and life
memberships did not report.
Harry 11. Pearce, the secretary, said
yesterdav, following- the meeting, that
members' of the club would have an op
portunity to vote on the proposed eite
before any definite action would ba
Vagrancy Charge Filed.
Because John McCormick tried to sell
a suitcase at Third and Couch streets
last niRht. he was arrested as a vag
rant by Detectives Hyde and Abbott.
The officers are searching' for persons
who lost bazace.
to throw 4 heavyweight Wrestlera in
1 hour or forfeit $200.00.
8 P. M.
Admission: 50c; reserved, $1. On sale
Rich's, 6th and VVasningion.
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courteous treatment you receive, j
ask you to buy. ,