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' V THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, 'SATURDAY, -DECEMBER ' 2. 19i7
JOE RIVERS PUTS
BRINGING UP FATHER
By George McManus'-
., CY COLLY -HOW 6 NE 1
NOT JU-iT ATr PRtEMT
ONE WHO WANT -
"HAVE XOU A "
I VOM'T BE OVER.
OOT- NA6CtE lt TALK1N' 1
i 7 "OMt ONE - I MUST
; i i i
Benjamin Swatted Three Lusty
Cracks on Jowl After Emerg
ing From Corner in First.
' ANDERSON STOPS WAGNER
.'r Stomach Punch in Fourth Round
Takes Wind Out of Sails;
;V Crowd Largest of Season.
4 - r
! - )
-Sltfteen seconds after Joe Benjamin
danced smilingly out of his corner to
' face Joe -Risers Friday night they were
coating: his flexible form with Iced
.water, hanging: the ammonia pot to his
, beezer and otherwise trying to coax
back Uft bloom of youth, the Joy of
; life, etc., etc.
- Adding pity to the Tiorror is the fact
that thers can be no plausible explana
tion of the capillary attraction between
Joe's chin and Joe's right flat. It Just
happened, that's all. Three times Joe's
Tight hand found lodgment on Joe's
chin, and three times Joe hit the mat.
The last time even Joe did not look be
hind but hunted up the referee so that
the official might raise his arm In the
, fitting and proper manner.
A Brown Streak
AH that the fans saw when the bell
clanged was a brown streak of Mexi-
cano shooting across the ring to meet a
pink flash of Hebrew. A right landed
almost flush on Benjamin's chin and
" the -next - moment they were shoving
Joe back Into the -ring, he having landed
kerpiunk in the laps of the first row
plutocrats. Benjamin tried to do a
gorilla glide away from the territoo.
, but the minute he lifted his hands from
the -floor Rivers' right again kissed
' him on the Inferior maxillary.
The lasteen of Benjamin In the quick
was when he again pulled the gorilla
glide stuff trying to get out of the cen
, ter of hostilities. As long as he kept
both hands on the floor and one eye on
: Referee Stutt's pendulous wing. Joe was
O. K. But the minute he lifted his
hands he was K. O. Rivers did not
.- mess up - the knockout. He went at It
like an army dentist pulling a rook's
eye-tooth. In that respect he showed
what experience will do. The moment
Benjamin tried to straighten up, Rivera
; lunged at him, placed a glove flush on
. the .chin and then figured on whether it
. wouia oe a roast beer sandwich or . a
.cup ' cocoa before retiring for the
"Want More of Riven
v The fans want to see more of Rivers.
; There Is no stalling about the Mexican.
He drew the largest crowd seen at
boxing smoker here In years and they'll
, have to get a bigger hall the next time,
Muff Bronson challenged the winner and
"Rivers and Muff ought to make a good
bout. Alex- Trambltas is also after
Harry. Anderson did a little knockout
stuff on his own account. He sunk his
snappy right hand into Jack Wagner's
bellows In the fourth round and, lacking
. this atmospheric stabilizer. Jack
- naturally collapsed like a sausage skin.
Anderson was leading at the time, but
. In the fourth round the Portland lad
was. beginning to perk up and was trad
-tng punches with the Canadian when the
latter saw an opening. There was no
". plaint from the crowd that Wagner
. had been hit low, as the punch was in
full view. It was as nice a solar plexus
as the day Fits first used It against
Tea. Some Energy
Jack Allen and Roscoe Taylor, two '
' slambang artists, fought a draw. The
, energy wasted in this bout would have
built another monument like Bunker
Both boys simply stood and mauled
away-at each other. There was no scl--ence
and not a clean blow struck. It
was cuffing, pure and simple, although
the physiognomy of Taylor was pretty
well mussed up this morning. They
tried hard for a knockout and appeared
to be settling a grudge.
The clever stuff of the evening was
k contributed by Danny Edwards and
George Brandon, In which the little Oak
.v land .dancing master grabbed a weU
earned decision. In credit to Brandon
it might be remarked that he only re-
' cently recovered from the effects of an
'operation, and battled very well. Oeorge
saw as many fists as alt the other box-
ers ' on the evening card. ,
Billy Ryan, a pickup, lost to Toung
Hoff. who. by the bye. is baldheaded,
but Billy - revealed some promise.
Before the bouts started members of
the Red Cross addressed the crowd sana
. . a number of women took up a collection
- of over $200. This delayed the opening
bout until nearly 9 o'clock.
Ob the Portland allejn:
Job Printers' Duck Pin
PORTLAND KLECTRO 4b STEREO CO.
lt 2d 8d Total Am.
100 10 OS 29 00
1H S2 8 SA . 82
82 8K ' 00 25T 8
08 92 100 285 08
8S 81 84 248 88
438 448 448 1832 '
Forfeited to Electro A Btero Co.
GIUSS & PBUDHOMME
C. Xacal 121 03 00
Wood 01 106 08
Mebun 88 98 84
Holme 90 100 100
F. Henry 90 us 182
VARNET & 8TRAUB
Link . . .
. . 498 608 504 107
' ...... ISO Z 4U Jfltl
PORTLAND LrxoTTprvn m
Belcher 87 85 89 281
Heywood 97 101 87 205
LlbbT ,98 82 87 22
McCunwey 77 74 eg 217
Meredith 94 98 88 275
Totals 448 440 412 1800
PORTLAND PRINTINO Hftrrsir
Sam Nssel 89 98 81 283
Wood rum 78 88 110 280
LirtncstoB 94 78 ins 97
Wynkoop 87 93 80 280
Uenry 81 107 99 297
fors Plan Salary Cuts
i n n n n t n n n
Many Holdouts Expected
484 452 478 1862
On the OrecoD alleys:
G. S .P. G.
Herrold . . .
Widniea . . ,
Total! . ,
Matson . .
Fletcher . .
George- . . .
Smith . . .
Pettltt . . ,
Iyoni . . .
Ant-ell . .
1st 2d 8d
- -T 750 699 2028
127 177 124 428
189 145 480
109 140 404
ISO 166 487
155. 132 471
. .. 78S
Campbell ...... 187
Duffy . .
Sharp . .
Tripp . .
Per Lea .
710 707 2200
2d 3d TtL
By Jaek Velock
New Tork, Dec 22. (I. "S. &)
Holdouts among major league play
ers promise to break all records
during the next tkree months, ac
cording to a prominent baseball
man here today.
It is said that there are fewer
holdover contracts In the possession
-of players now than for the past
five or six years and with so many
contracts expired the clubowners
must sign a greater number of men
for 1918 than is usually the case.
With retrenchment the bye word
of the clubowners. it is a certainty
that contracts for ISIS are going to
call for less money than they did
last season, and it is just as cer
tain that the players are going to
Hornby Wants Raise
In some cases the players are
already making big demands. The
case of Roger Hornsby, of the Car
dinals, is one of the most inter
esting. Hornsby has informed
Branch Rickey that he will not
play ball next season unless he re
ceives 110.000 for his services.
Hornsby is bound to be a holdout
and the St. Louis club is not going
to fork over a $10,000 contract to
Hornsby Just because he is de
manding it. Take Rickey's word for
that. In other cases players will
hold out because of cuts In salary
or because they have not received
raises. The magnates, as usual,
will trim salaries In some Instances
and add a few hundred dollars
somewhere else. But all la an, the
total payroll in the major leagues
la to be reduced notably and in re
ducing It the magnates ace going to
have their troubles.
Few Holdover Co a tract! .
An example of how few players
are under contract In the big
leagues is furnished by the three
clubs located In Greater New Tork.
Only eight players of the Olants.
Dodgers and Yankees, are said to
have holdover contracts. Of this
number five are members of the
Yankees, two are Dodgers and the
one remaining Is Charles Hersog of
the Olants. Shawkey, Plpp, Baker,
Oedeon and Nunamaker are safe1
in the Yankee fold and Daubert and
Coombs are the only Dodgers with
PREXY AL BATJM
IS TICKLED OVER
Coast League Head Believes
Sacramento Will Be a Suc
cess From Start
COAST MAY GRAB
COACH PIPAL IS
MADE TARGET OF
Varsity Organization Said to Be
Opposed to Aggie Foot
. ball "Mentor.
Northerners Fail to Start
They Will Relinquish
San Francisco, Dec 22. (TJ. P.
Judge W. W. McCredle is due to receive
is tickled to death with the outlook for a shock in the very near future, in the I 1600 afUr pUyln; an but on of lu
Sacramento's 191S baseball club. He do-1 opinion of Nick Williams, manager oi i glmM on 1U field at Seattle.
San Francisco. CaU Dec 22. (U. P.) 1
President Al Baum, of the Coast league.
811 848 884 2543
CHAN SLOB : LYONS
186 142 171 449
288 156 145 084
142 124 148 409
161 228 ' 18S 667
170 169 242 581
KUdow . . .
Total . .
DeHaven . .
Williams . .
Danford . .
Heichert . .
Weeghman Out With
Chicago, Dec. 22. (U. P.) Hey, yoa
'big league managers, lock up your star
' ' players and throw the key away !
- Charley Weeghman is loose again.
The Cub boss had disappeared today
and was understood to have taken hU
bankroll with him. Rumor had him
variously reported as headed In the
direction of Brooklyn, Cincinnati or
St. Louis which would suggest that
Zach Wheat, Casey Stengel. HeinU
, ' Groh or Roger Hornsby might be hid
The Alexander-Klllifer deal proved
, , that 8250,000 was no myth and it is
certain the bigger part of It is still
-; in working order.
Johnny Ritchie Loses Bout
Peoria; 111.. Dec. 22. (U. P. Kid Her-
- man of Pekin, III, today held a popular
decision over Johnny Ritchie. Chicago
jibantunvin their 10 round bout here last
Hinkle Will Referee Contest
, Chicago. Dec 22. (L N. Matt
- .Hinkle, Cleveland, sporting man, will
officiate in the 12 round battle between
, Bryan Downey and Johnny Griffiths at
u Akron, . Ohio, on New Year's afternoon.
- according to word given out here.
Bartholemy ..... 109
McKeniia '.. 189
Beckett ........ 172
Increases strength of
(delicate, nervous, run-
. nnvm i rui -
llllcent In ten days in
many , Instances. . flOO
xoneit u it Talis as
per full explanation In
large article " soon, to
In this paper.
ur lc aocior or
about It. The
: Owl Drug Co. always carry it la stock.
770 779 849 2898
. ... 216 166 178 560
. ... 160 119 161 4S0
. 183 170 V149 601
... 168 165 189 612
189 171 148 608
781 825 2511
140 .127 876
167 129 480
138, 142 401
169 188 484
171 126 297
Row . . .
705 765 657 2127
BALLOT! it WRIGHT
170 185 177
Totals 819 897 868 2584
, MARSHALL-WELLS NO.
1st 2d Sd
Baardsworth ... 140 126
Riahardt 89 150
Btenbins 173 161
Bkinner 1Z ITT
Beckett 146 166
Totals 676 776 689 2085
UA K8IIA LL-WELLS NO. 2
Bartholemy 225 146 165 686
Thirion 122 122 108 825
Thirion. E. 180 120 92 842
Mackajr 148 112 185 895
McHaj ...... .. 141 131 145 417
126 892 181
120 859 124
118 451 150
142 448 150
188 485 W5
Totals . . 766 681
No, 1 iron by 48 pins.
Whisperings of the past football sea
son to the effect that Joseph A. PI pal
was lo be let out as coach of the Ore
gon Agricultural college football eleven
appeared to crystallise when the board
of control of the CorvalUs Institution. It
is said, practically demanded his reslg
nation in a letter which is said to com
vey the sentiments of the Varsity "O'
That PI pal was coaching his last year
at corvalila has been a subject of much
talk among those who have been In close
touch with the football situation In the
northwest. Rumors that Pi pal would
not be coaching the Agglee In 1918 were
heard frequently during the first part
of November, but since the victory over
the varsity the reports have not been
so persistent. It is hardly believed now
that the victory over the Lemon-Yellow
the first In 10 years will be suffl
clent to carry Pi pa I over the tide of
sentiment against him. PI pal la a mem
ber of the faculty on a yearly contract
and none but the board of regents has
authority in the matter.
Bislaata 3fa Saw Diets
Another link in the ease is that sev
eral prominent business men of Cor
valUs were reported to have conferred
with William Diets, coach of the Wash
ington 8tate college eleven, to ascertain
whether or not he would accept an of
fer to coach the Oregon Agricultural
college. It Is hardly believed, however,
from O. A. C expression, that Diets fits
in with O. A. C. ideals.
Retrenchment in salaries, it Is be
lieved, is one of the reasons for the dis
patching of the letter. Practically
every college in the northwest lost
money during the HIT season. Patron
age was poor In almost every contest.
the University-of Washington losing over
Red Cross to Reject Fight
Whinion, Dec. 22. (!. N. S.) The so-called Jess Willtrd Red
Cross fight benefit hss never been offered to the Red Cross officially, but
when it Is, If ever, it will be rejected, sccordinf to information todiy from
reiitble Red Cross sources. This Information also disclosed lack of filth
by the society In the efforts of Matt Hinkel, Cleveland, fight promoter, to
underwrite the fight for t, 000,000.
When the matter , Is officially brought to the attention of the Red
Cross It will be decided by a conference, but the result will be the rejec
tion of the offer, according to all Indications at the society's headquarters
today. The principal reason for such action Is the difference of opinion
among the members, regarding prize fighting as a sport.
The project has already been considerably dampened by the statemenj
made by the champion that he will fight nothing but a ten-round decision
VOTES AGAINST -USE
OF EGG BAIT
Pollution of Water Hurting Sal
mon Industry, Assertion of
; W. L Finley.
CADDOCK ON MAT
DOC ROBERTS TO
PLAY HOCKEY ON
V Ull UV J T AJAV .A. sill Al A- V,
"Smoky Harris Signs Contract
to Play With Rosebud
Middle West Referees and Pro
moters ' Are Against the "
That pollution of the waters of the
Willamette by the towns along Its ahoree
eventually will exterminate the salmon
which ascend the main stream and Its
tributaries to spawn, was ssserted by
State Biologist Win I. Flnley before the
HUtnoman Anglers' club in the Oregon
building Friday evening.
Stream pollution la the cause mt the
disappearance of trout In many streams
m which they formerly abounded, added
Mr. rtnley, who urged the need of leg
islation to prohibit the direct discharge
into any stream of sewage or deleterious
material from Industries.
The club concluded a several months'
discussion of a resolution , against the
use of salmon eggs as a lure for trout
during the season from April 1 to Oc-
Des Moines. Iowa. Deo. Xl. U. P.
There Is little chance for a "Strangler
Iewu-Ean Craddock wrestling match
for the world's championship here. Oene
Me lady. Caddock's manager, announced
today that Lewis will only wrestle where
bis camouflaged strangle hold is per
mitted and local referees and promoters
have agreed to bar strangle holds In
all matches here.
Whether some other mat artist wfi be
brought here to tackle the champion is
not known. At present he is drilling
with the other selective service men at
the cantonment at Camp Dodge.
"Doc" Roberta, the Vancouver for
ward, who was one of the leading
scorers of the Pacific Coast Hockey as
sociation last year, will play with the
Seattle Metropolitans this season, pro
vided the Montreal Wanderers, who still
have title to him. consent. Roberts pres
ence on the Seattle team win greatly
strengthen the Puget Sound aggrega
tion, which at the present time appears
to be the weak sister of the circuit. .
No disposition of the Spokane players
will be made until President Patrick re
ceives word concerning the military
status of Players Carpenter and Walker
of the 8eattle team from the authorities
at Ottawa. Lester Patrick and Ran ;
McDonald have been working out with
the Vancouver team and both partici
pated In a patriotic contest In Vancou
ver. B. C Friday night.
The schedule for the season will bo
announced during the forepart of next
Vancouver's Une-up for the game
against Portland next Friday night will
probably be as follows : Lehman, goal (
Orlffla, right defense; L. Cook, left de
tense: Mackay. rover; Taylor, center,
and Moynee and Stanley, wings.
Clem Lough II n. the Portland forward,
haa not left Winnipeg as yet, aooortflne;
to word received Friday. He la await
tober tl by adopting the measure as pre
sented by Blaine Hallock.
Vancouver Septet Wins on Ire
Vancouver. B.- C. Dec 22. In an ex
hibition hockey contest here last night,
the Vancouver Pacific Coast hockey
team defeated a picked team by the
score of to I.
clared today that the strongest business
men and the livest wires In the capital
city are supporting the project and he
nredtcts a success irom me start.
The question oi a manager ior ui
. . . .... ,
new ClUD IS Sim unssiuw. jnauiy
the Sacramento directors favored BUI
Rodgers, but Bill's announcement in
Portland that he is going to quit oaae
ball for good seems to eliminate him.
TTnder these circumstances it is do-
lleved here that "Spider" Baum will be
Derrill Pratt Deal
Likely to Be Closed
New York. Dec 22. (U. P.) The deal
expected to bring Derrill Pratt to the
Yankees is completed and is awaiting
onlv the clinching message from Phil
Ball, owner of the Browne, according to
statements here today by Colonel Jacob
Ruppert. .president of the local club.
Either Malsel or Oedeon and a cash con-
Mra.tion will ro to the Browns for
It was rumored the Yankees are still
trying to arrange a trade to bring
Oeorge BIsler to New York.
Bill Gleason Gets
Cnfehed by Truck
St. Louis. Mo., Dec 22. (U. P.)
William P. (Brother BUI) Gleason.
shortstop for the St. Louis Browns
under the leadership of Charley comis
key, waa in a serious condition today
as the result of being crusnea unaer a
fire truck. Gleason., Is captain of a
fire engine company here and was hurt
as he attempted to "jump" a truck.
He played with the Browns from 1885
the Spokane club of the Northwestern
McCredle thinks the Northwestern
league wUl open and close the season
next year in a blase of glory. Williams
wouldn't be surprised if the league
"Judge McCredle is the only ciuo
owner In the Northwestern who wants
to open in 1918 as I understand the sit
uation." Williams declared. "It's going
to take a lot of persuasion to make the
other owners change their mind about
baseball until after the war."
According to information received.
Coach Pi pal has asked for time to con
sider the letter and It may be after the
first of the ysar before anything definite
concerning the matter Is known. The
authorities at CorvalUs. although ad
mitting existence of the letter sent to
Plpai. are as close mouthed over It as
If It were very confidential military In
Nick Speaking of Spokane
"Perhaps Nick haa the right idea with
relation to Spokane." said Judge Me
Credie, ."but the clubs on the north
coast cannot afford to let things go next
sprihg. Of course, none of us will know
anvthing untU the annual meeting of
the Northwestern league at Seattle early
"From my talk with Dugdale and
President Blewett at Seattle, recently.
I am led to believe that we shall' not
only open but cloee the season after a
full schedule has been played. Williams
naturally would be more conversant
with affairs at Spokane than L but I
have no worry about the Northwest
, Coast Weald Grab Territory
"They cannot afford to remain idle
next year for the reason that the mo-
Rates to Be Changed
Salem, Or., Dec 22. The Pacific Tele
phone A Telegraph company filed Friday
afternoon with the public service com
mission a complete revision of its long
distance telephone rates throughout the
state, to become - effective January 1,
1918. About 60 per cent of the rates
show sUght decreases, about 22 per cent
are without change -and the remaining
88 per cent show slight Increases, ac
cording to information 'obtained from
The new rates are based on air line
distances and are arranged by the son
or block system, similar to the parcel
post system. The tariffs fill eight large
volumes. Many complaints .agaJnat
telephone rates are. now pending before
the pubuc service commission and. If
Jess Willard Will
Step Few Rounds
Chicago.' Dec - 22. (U. pi Jess Wil
lard Is going to show 'em today.
-The champion wilt don his ring togs
and box a few - rounds '- with . Walter
Monahan and Andy Anderson at the
Arcade gymnasium, as proof that he
isn't in such, bad shape as some people
are inclined to ; believe. "v"
Camp '.Lewis Team Is Off '
" Camp Lewis, ''American Lake, Wash,
Dec 22. (L N. S.) In the pink of con
dition. 28 football stars left here last
night for Pasadena, where the all-star
contonment team will meet the Marines
on New Year's day. Genera Irons ad
dressed a fareweU gathering In the "Y
auditorium and ' wished - the squad the
best of luck. - --,
Goodland and Roth Lead
Goodland and Roth took the lead in
the three cushion billiard tournament at
the Waldorf parlors last night. Roth
defeated Lundstrom, the latter failing
to make his score In the "one" hole. The
players are handicapped 24 and 29. Roth
made the high run of the finals, making
four straight. The high run of the
tournament Is six. Goodland maintained
his supremacy , last night by defeating
Rvan. also in a close contest. Both
players made a high run of three.
f Harris : Slgna With Locals
"Smokey" Harris, who has been balk
ing on the terms offered by the Port-
land Rosebuds, came Into the fold Fri
day night after a conference with Pres
With the exception or Loughiin. who
Is expected to arrive some .time next
week, the local team is complete. Bar
bur wUl probably play Loughlln's posi
tion in the first game against Van
couver, . .
the . new rates are satisfactory, it is
rcent they , failed to - start, the Coast probable . that these cases will be dls-
league would step in and slese the ter-1
altory under baseball law. By faUlng
t open, the Northwestern league would
tie playing right Into the hands of the
Coast league, which would immediately
expand to four cities in the north and
four cities In the south without a cent
of additional cost to them. If they bad
to buy into the Northwestern league, it
would take no little money to purchase
the Spokane. Butte and Great Falls
franchisee, as would have to be done
to protect these clubs from lose.
"I am reasonably sure that there will
be four clubs In the league If not eight.
Portland, for one, will enter.
Minneapolis. Dec 22. (I. N. 8.) The
Minnesota minimum wage law, affect
ing women and minors In industries, was
upheld today by the state supreme court.
The minimum wage commission fixed "a
living wage of 88.50 and- 88.25, perm it-tin-
m. cansre In certain unwiil thin
Seattle. I and fourth class cities in the state,"
Vancouver and Tacoma wUl be the other
Tare ma Prosseets Good
"With the cantonment at Camp Lewta,
the Tacoma club ought 'to make money
next season. Dugdale thinks with Class
and abetter grade of ball players, the f NpnClKlf Iiff c
Northwestern league ought to have thai " -'---'w vjiu lu
uen season in rearm. ' ' I r v T
"Of course. If Spokane draws out. then 1 Y C 1 T IV 1 TP Tfr X m o o
It is hardly likely that Butte and Greet 1 w iui ialliao
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