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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1S20.
THE UREGON DAILY- JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON.
CAM LANCKORD s training earnestly
tor his second bout witlj "Tiny"
Hermih next Thursday night In the
Heillg- theatre. Not ' that Sam fears
Herman, but that he's taklng.no chances
on losing the decision in case he fails
to knockout the Astorian.
The "Tar Baby" is still nursing a little
grouch,, because he w not given a draw
with Lee Anderson. Sam believes that
he was entitled to a draw in the Ander
son bout, because he forced the milling
all the way, and that's the reason he is
objecting to Orover Francis as the third
man in the ring.
Herman, according to a message re
ceived from hiB manager, Chet Mclntyre,
will not arrive In Portland until Wed-
ewiay night. Mclntyre stated that
Tiny" Mb working hard for the contest
and has the confidence of a champion
of the world.
There will be one change In the card.
Borne good lightweight being substituted
for Harold Jones of Tacoma in the six
round mill with Puggy Morton. Willie
St. Clair will likely be Morton's oppo
nent. The . winner of the Grunan-Toung
Vangford bout will get a change against
Joe Gorman on the December 15 card,
according to an announcement made by
liobby Kvans. , .
Keats for the smoker were placed on
sale' Monday morning at the Heilfg
. NetYork, Nov. 29. (I. N. S.) Willie
Jackson and Johnny Dundee will meet
hero tonight In a 15-round bout, at the
Manhattan A. C. The winner will de
mand a -match with Benny Leonard. On
Thursday night Joe Lynch and Jack
Eharkey will box 15 rounds at Madison
Square Garden. The winner of this
bout will be matched with Pete Herman.
' Sammy Gordon, Portland bantam
weight." who has been boxing in Cali
fornia, returned Sunday. He has been
, offered a bout with Bud Ridley in Se
attle December 8.
Boy Mccormick, the European light
heavyweight Champion, and his mana
ger, Louie BrlRgs, left Portland Sunday
f or .Seattle, when Boy will box Jimmy
Flynn four rounds Tuesday night.
Eddie McGoorty and "K. O." Brown of
Chicago will appear on Portland boxing
commission cards .in the near future.
Both fighters have accepted terms.
' Prairie City Team
Loses to Franklin
Prairie City, Or.r Nov. 29. For the
second lime in a week the Franklin high
team ot Portland won a game by a 14 to
13 score. On Monday the Benson Tech
squad lost by that count and last, Satur
day the local high school aggregation
missed a goal kick after touchdown and
thereby lost an opportunity to at Jeast
tie the Portlanders. Prairie City scored
a touchdown in t,he first few minutes of
play and then the Quakers" came back
with all their points in the second quar
ter. The losers registered their second
touchdown and kicked, goal hi the third
stanza with the -fourth period going
eeorelesa. The visitors had won 41 to 0
at Baker two days previous and they
appeared "a little bit tired and drawn
against Prairie City.
Cue Play Will Start
The entry list for the annual pocket
billiard handicap tournament among the
intermediates of the Multnomah Ama
teur Athletic club closed Saturday night
with more than 50 names on the list
Professor Slebert and Frederick J. Mar
tin, chairman of the intermediates' bil
liard committee, will draw up a sched
ule .and allot the handicaps so thatqplay
. for the Percy W. Lewis trophy will com
mence Some time this week.
There will be six classes wfth a prize
for each division. The section winners
then will meet to determine the 1920-21
championship as well as to receive the
Percy W. Lewis trophy for one year.
The beautiful cup is a three-year affair.
07-Vard Ran Is Made
Three touchdowns were, made by the
Dunlway Park football team against the
Montavilla aggregation Sunday and the
final count was 18 to 6. "Lefty" Leon
cttl scored two and Willie Gabino the
third, while the lone touchdown for
Montavilla was made when one of the
losers intercepted a forward pass on his
own 3-yard line and ran S? yards to the
goal line. . -
McCredie to Remain as Beaver Boss
Portland Will Get
THERE: Is little likelihood of Portland
gettipg any Pacific Coast Intercolle
giate conference football games ' next
James J. Richardson, general manager
of student activities of the Oregon Agri
cultural college, practically completed
arrangements for the staffing of the
games with Washington State college
and the University of -Washington in
Gorvallis. The.Agglee will probably play
at Berkeley. ,'.
The University of Oregon will play
Stanford and O. A. C on Hayward field.
. If a game Is scheduled with Washington
" It will be played in Seattle, and unless
another conference game Is billed, there
is no chance of Portland getting a
No word has been received from
Notre Dame university officials re
garding the post-season contest with
the Oregon Aggies on Multnomah
field New Tears day. The lionzaara
college team of Spokane Is making
an effort to arrange ,.a game-with
..I Notre Dame also.; ", ..
SEEKS GAME WITH IT. S..,
Fred ; rfohler, graduate manager of
, Washington State college, is endeavor
ing to arrange a post-season football
Contest for Christmas day at Los An
geles with tha University of Southern
The Cougars were welcomed home
-Monday from their victorious Nebraska
. invasion Monday afternoon. Bonier did
; not accompany the team homer going
direct from Rawllngs, Wycv to San
Francisco. - . .
Karl Dunlap. center, was elected cap
tain of the 1921 varsity. .
MeCEEDIE TO HEAD BEATERS!
Walter McCredie will be at the helm
of , the Portland Beavers next season.
Training Hard for Second Ring
SEATTLE'S NEW BALL MANAGER
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Football Scores of
1920 Coast Elevens
20 Olympic ............
Mare Wand .
StT Mary's . .
7 IWMI ..........
8 Utah -.j
17 -O. A. e.
0 W. S O
4S1 Total! : . ..
W. S. C.
SB Oonia .........
O California ' , .
2S Oraton Agglat .....
15S Total! .. .'.
41 St. Mary'a ..
0 . S. O. ......
t1 Santa Clara .,
. 10 Oregon
0 California t..
S Whitman . .
1 4 Montana
0 Oragon ,
O Oregon Agalaa
A. O. ...
7 Multnomah . . . .
1 7 Wathlnaion
0 O. A.' O.. .....
0 W. O
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. 0 Oregon ..................
tO Total ......
No Grid Contests
unless a deal for the franchise la closed
before the first of the year.
There's no chance of the Beaver leader
going to Seattle this season, as Presi
dent Klepper announced Saturday that
"Kopecka" Kenworthy has signed to bosa
tfe Rainlers In 1921. ;
Clyde Waftta Is the only one who has
been angling for the Portland franchise,
but nothing has been heard from Wares
for over two weeks. "It is believed that
Wares has been unable to secure the
necessary backing to swing the deal.
Joe' Tinker, former part owner of the
Columbus American association club, is
due to reach Portland early next month
to discuss the purchase of the club with
The Multnomah Amateur Athletic
f club will not send a representative
to. the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate
conference at San Francisco, De
cember 3 and 4. Basketball games
with the various college teams will
be arranged through correspondence
with he various managers.
CIXB LINEUP SHIFTED
The Pacific Fleet football aggregation.
which will play Multnomah club Satur
day, December 4, on the "Winged M"
field, la due to reach. Portland Monday
night. Coach Ingram has arranged to
work out bis players on the club field
during the remainder of tha week.
Manager Harry Dorman of the lub
team has made several shift in his
lineup that will give the club a stronger
onensive than It had against the Oregon
Aggies Thanksgiving day.
ine club team will work out three
nights this week in preparation for tha
contest. The failure of the Sailors to
beat the' Olympic team of San Fran
cisco by more than a touchdown has in
creases in hopeaj of tha clubmen.
Hope to Play
CHICAGO, Nov. 29. (U. P.) Pennant
winning members of the Chicago
White Sox, under Indictment for alleged
throwing of games in the world series
with Cincinnati, still hop they will be
back in uniform before the fag end of
the coming season. ' - .
Buck Weaver, third baseman, has ex
pressed xxmfidence his Innocence will be
established at the trial of the eight base
ball players named In true bills returned
following the Cook county grand jury'a
Investigation. Weaver pointed to his
record in . the eerie as sufficient to
counter the charges.
MAKINO THEIB FLAXS
Chick Gandiland Oscar "Hap"
Felsch are other last season's stars lay
ing plans- for rounding out their base
ball careers. These players were count
ing on Charles A. Comiskey'a promise
of reinstatement If they are vindicated
of the charges. - , . x
Cook county officials prepared to
speed up the trials.;
The criminal court docket has the
baseball trial burled under nearly 100
other matters and scheduled for early
in June. Prosecution has lagged be
cause of a shift in officials to be made
shortly. This was caused by the recent
Judge Robert E. Crowe, newly elected
prosecuting attorney, who will have
charge of the cases, said he favored
rushing the trials to give the Sox a
chance to clear their names before the
1921 schedule is half but.
Crowe said he intended ordering the
players arrested and arraigned imme
diately after he takes office, thus open
ing the legal doors.
LA5DI9 MAT HELP
Judge K. M. Landis, baseball's new
chief. Is expected to be consulted re
garding the trials.
Landis also will have full sway in
drafting future laws federal and state
to be advocated for curbing, the gam
ming evil, accoramg to the plans of Ban
B. Johnson, president of the American
league. Johnson said he would ask the
committee drafting a new national agree
ment to authorize Landis to write a
provision giving himself full. power for
future action. '
The committees from the National,
American and minor leagues to frame
the new working agreement are expected
to go into session early in the new year.
The National and Americas lea. trues are
to appoint their representatives during
tne annual meeting in New Tork In De
cember. The minor leaguers have chosen
their committeemen. .
Chicago Cubs Plan
To Strengthen for '21
Chicago, Nov. 29. (L N. S.) A cam
paign to rejuvenate the Chicago Cubs
began today with the arrival of Johnny
Evers, recently appointed manager of
the team. .Evers and President Veeck
planned several conferences at which
various deals intended to strengthen
the team were to be discussed. Two
new outfielders and another first class
right-handed pitcher are much desired
by the Bruin leaders.
.Notre Dame Star Seriously HI
; South Bend. Ind., Nov. 29. (L V. s.1
George-Glpp, crack halfback of the
Notre Dame football team, remained in
a serious condition at a hospital here
today. His parents are at his bedside.
Glpp was attacked Tuesday nisrht with
an attack of tonsilitia that developed
mio pneumonia. .
Larscn Named Navy Captain
Annapolis, Md.. Nov. 29. (L .N. S.)
.emery-js. iarsen or Minnesota will cap
tain the JSavy football team the coming
year. The election of Larsen was made
on the train en route from New Tork to
By Frank Mease
NEW TORK, Nov. 29. (U. S-) As a
climax to an amazingly successful
football year comes the question, "Who
were the greatest players in the respec
tive positions of 1920 r ,
It is one of those questions that never
can know an undisputed answer a
question that will ever perplex and con
found. But .every man who has fol
lowed through 1920, who has noted and
chronicled each individual achievement,
has sained some concrete idea as' to
the identity of the men who were most
valuable to their teams; of men who
fought courageously, unceasingly, and
so wrote their names indelibly into the
mythical halls of fame of the alma
BOTJiTOJf BEST QUARTER
Of All of these, what eleven men were
the greatest T "
Certainly no quarterback in" the East
or the West flashed such brilliancy
as Benny Boynton of Williams. Irre
sistible on attack, marvelous as a de
fense player, brainy, game, resource
ful altogether wonderful.
Tom Davies of Pittsburg not only
was one of the areatest halfbacks of
tne year, but one of the best of all
time. He r&v ends for tremendous
gains, no maftafr what the opposition,
cracked a ' lije as if it were peanut
brittle, handled forward passes like Ray
Schalk handles a baseball, and, withal,
was one of the surest tackiers that
ever flung his torso in the general di
rection of an onrushing foe.
STEIir HEADS CENTERS V
French of the Army, who annexed
close to 100 points for the year, and
Wray. the mighty Pennsylvania war
nor. make up a backfield that seems
to be the greatest In the East. These
two men have skirted ends in spectacu
lar fashion, are experts In the handling
of forward passes, have split one line
after another into fragments, and ' have
been stone walls in defensive play.
Herb Stein ,of the Pittsburg Pan
thera deserves a place on All-Eastern
center. Husky enough to roll back all
onslaughts, he stgl had the speed of
"Here, there and -everywhere" is the
description that aptly fits the Pittsburg
leader, and because of this, plus his
wonderful fighting spirit, cannot be de
nied ranking as the greatest middle
man among the Easterners.
Breidster of the Army and Tolbert .of
Harvard edge in a slight way all op
position for honors iv guards on the
firsK All-Eastern teajfU
:ams have clear
IM TO GRID TITLES
By Tlearr L. Farrell
New Tork, Nov. 28. (U. P.) Personal
opinion, that no account judge, will have
to decide the football championship of
With the 1920 season over, Georgia
Tech owns the top flag in the South and
California has the honors on the west
But In the Eatand Middle West there
will be as many champions perhaps as
there are various personal opinions.
Three candidates stand out in the
East Princeton, Pittsburg and Penn
State. " In a good many' opinions, they
tank in that order.
Harvard, Boston College and Stevens
were also undefeated but their schedules
were not heavy enough to entitle them
to consideration for first place.
Syracuse and Dartmouth also must be
given a place near the top.
Ohio State won the western confer
ence championship without doubt, but
outside the confines of the conference is
an eleven which the East considers bet
ter Notre Dame. Rather, the East
fails to see how any other team could
be better. . '
Notre Dame probably will claim the
Western championship and get away
with it, as Ohio State will be satisfied to
be termed the western conference king.
Kenllworth Park Wins
The Kenilworth park football team de
feated the Jackson park eleven 34 to 19
on the Reed college grounds Sunday.
Nevilles and "Pee wee" Johnson were the
bright lights for the winners while Ed
win Beohie and H. Friedman featured
for Jackson park. Next Sunday Duni-
way park and Jackson park will meet
on the Duniway park grounds starting
at 2 o clock. .
WboH Replace Them?
Princeton will lose Legends., Callahan,
Scheerer. Davis and Halsey of this
year's clever football team which tied
Harvard and beat Tale.
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AT TALE, under the physical and
medical supervision plan, no student
is eligible to compete in organized ath
letics until he has been certified to the
University Athletic association as beina
physically qualified to compete.
Miss ' Martha Johnson of Norway.
women s skating champion" of Europe,
will be seen In action in various rinks
throughout the United States this win
ter. Sports will be a feature of Philadel
phia's 150th anniversary of the Declara
tion of Independence of the American
colonies in 1926.
Football elevens representine St.
James high school of Haverhill. Mass.,
and De Paul academy of Chicago,
will clash at HaverhiU December 4.
New Tork sportine men approve of
Grjivesend race track as the site of the
arena to stage the Jack Dempsey vs.
Georges Carpentier. fight next summer.
National Association of Amateur Bil
liard Players want the balk line game
added to future Olympic games.
Hamilton (Ont.j Is to have an athletic
stadium costing $100,000. Athletic activ
ities for parks will cost 50,000 more'..
The annual meeting of the Amateur
Athletic Union of Canada will be held in
Winnipeg December 10 and 11.
A total of It soccer teams remain in
the National Cup series, representing
clubs east of Missouri.
Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders" as
sociation will stage ita grand circuit
races ln'Lexington October 3 to 15, 1921.
P. S. T. A.
Canadian Vet , . .
Kerns . ........
StaaiUfera . . . . . .
VTANAGER BRAGG'S Multnomah
Guard soccer team lost to the Can
adian Veterans, 1 to 0, Sunday, but the
Guards have the honor of holding the
Portland Soccer Football association
leaders to tne lowest score of the 1920-21
campaign, a stubborn defense was put
up by the losers, and although there was
a terrific bombardment. Bob Patrick at
goal made many wonderful saves. The
lone goal was shot late in the second
Tommy Murray, at center half, was
the shining light when the Veterans be
gan shooting at the goal and the former
sensational goal keeper of the -Portland
ice hockey team several years ago,
showed that he was able to handle a
soccer football as deftly as he could a
puck. His work on the Columbia park
grounds Sunday was such that he kept
A. H. Wilkinson, the scoring star of
the Vets, from registering a goal and it
was the first time tills season that the
Canadian was prevented from adding
his bit to the count.
Bill Langton, right fullback, and
Davis, outside right, helped Murray and
Patrick star for the Guards, while
Eykibosch brothers, Enwright and es
pecially Demmon showed to good ad
vantage for the winners. Jimmy, For
sythe shot the winning goal. 1
Mult Guard (0) Po. Teterans(t)
Patrk-k Una! Thomauon
W. Linctott RB Jack Konytha
Wehster , LB . , ft. Swan
Bcy RHB II. Eyklboach
Murray CHB Wriht
Morrow LHB C. Erklbowh
Darin , OKK t Jeffrey
Powell 1RF Jim Fourths
H. Ijington CY Wilkinson
BrK 4LF F.nwrisht
Moore ILF Deimoa
The Standifer Shipbuilding corpora
tion footballers managed to break Into
the win column Sunday and It was at
the expense of the Kerns delegation.
The Vancouverites registered eight goals
against two for the Kerns booters. The
strong defense of the Kerns team which
had been, so noticeable in the .previous
contests was lacking Sunday.
The Peninsula eleven went Into sec
ond place in the league standings by
virtue of a 2 to 0 victory over the Clan
Macleay representatives. Peninsula
scored in the first half but the Clan
kept pegging away at the winners' goal
but failed to count a point.
Next Sunday's schedule calls for
Peninsula meeting Standifer at Colum
bia park. Kerns versus Multnomah
Guard at Franklin bowl, and Canadian
Veterans versus Clan Macleay at Reed
college. All games start at 2 o'clock.
(Copyright, 1920. by
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Fans to Help
By Jack Veloek
International News Sports Editor.
EWTORK, Nov. 29. (I. N. S.)
Plans for concerted action to stamp
out gambling win be completed here
next month when the major leagues
hold their joint meeting. '
Judge K. M. Landis, new head of or
ganised baseball, Indicated as much dur- j
ing- his short visit here to attend the j
Army-Navy football game. I
Just what steps the major leagues will
take against the gamblers remains to
be seen, but that they will join hands
with the minor league owners to rid the
game of crooks and keep gamblers out
of their ball parijs Is a certainty.
GAMBLERS MIST GO
"The gambler must pass out of. base
ball fdr all time," said the eminent jur
ist, who has today returned to Chicago.
"Just how this end la to be attained I
do not know at the present, but I know
that it must be done.
"Most states have anti-gambling
statutes of greater or less rigor. These
will be- Invoked wherever needed to aid
us in our campaign. Elsewhere efforts
will be made to have laws passed that
will protect the game." -s
Judge Landis made an appeal to the
fans to lend what help they can. He
pointed out that friendly betting among
fans should be stopped, especially at a
time when baseball is making an effort
to emerge from the shadows cast over"
it by the gambling fraternity.
Between now and December 15, when
the major leagues gather here. Judge
Landis will' study the - situation and
when he returns to attend the joint
meeting "he will have suggestions to of
fer and recommendations to make to the
Ruthless war on gamblers has been
declared and the magnates are going
through with It. No attempts to white
wash any of the players who have con
fessed to crookedness will be tolerated
and any players who stray from the
straight and narrow In the future will
be banifihedfrom the same for all time.
Close Hoop Games
Played at 'Ml Club
Two exciting games of the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic club basketball house
league were staged Sunday morning in
the Winged "M" gymnasium. Captain
Ned Fowler's quintet nosed out Captain
Louis Harder and his tossers, 26 to 24,
while in the second engagement Captain
Gus Clertn won from Captain MartUla.
24 to 19. At the end of the first half
Fowler led Harder 16 to 14 and each
scored 10 markers in the second period,
while In the Clerln-Martilla engagement
Clerin led 11 to 10.
Following are the line-ups : '
Fowler (28) Pos. (24) Harder
Toomey (4).,. K .......... (2 Deafls
Fowler (13 ....F..(13) B. Anderson
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. .. (4) F. Martin
(24) O. Clerin.
. . (14 Ml. Clerin
...... (4) Hood
...... (4 Smith
Loder (4) .....
Spamer (6) . . . ,
V. Jscobberier. .
K. Boeers . .
Beferas Harry Fischer. Timer Ray Manly.
Of Umatilla Cburity
Freewater, Nov. 29. The boys' district
conference, Umatilla T. M. C. A., opened
In convention Friday in the Freewater
Federated church. A large number of
delegates from all the towns in the
district were here. Cash Wood oj Pen
dleton presided over the' meeting- and
Mayor Hugh II. Murray gave the ad
dress of welcome.
Secretary Appiegate of Walla Walla
was the first speaker, taking as his sub
ject "Athletics and Christianity." This
was followed by the Rev. C. A. Hexroad
of the Methodist church, Milton, who
spoke on "Some of the Boys I Have
Known." Rev. O. H. Wilbur of the
Presbyterian church, Milton, spoke on
"The Boys for Whom ' We Are Work
ing.", "Some of Our Boys' Problems"
was the subject taken by the Rev. O. D.
Harris of the Christian church. Milton.
The meeting closed on Sunday night.
Miss Mabel Davidson was married at
the home of her sister, Mrs. H. S. Den
nison of Freewater, on Thursday,
Thanksgiving day, at 1 o'clock, to Ches
ter A. Gregory, a traveling man of
Portland. The Rev. George C. Weiss of
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v ivn A M. Hoeclel meet-
inn tomorrow eteninc at 7 :30
vlnrk Work in VI. M. decree,
V 1st ton welcome. By order W. H.
3. H. BUTLER, Sec y.
iHHi-URI.V No. I. t nlted Arties
Masquerade bait, W. O. W. ball, 128 Eletenth
rw.mh, s. ITnlon minus. Aasaiaslon,
8S cent". Everybody com. A ood time in
sured, Goort prizes.
wim Twe CrtrVTCTsT
S- TvNO vsn
AL KATKR SHRINK BANTt
annual formal rianca. Ohrw.
teiuen's hall. Friday, Decem
ber 8. Ticket, 82.20. at Rrady
ft (Hirer's cigar stand, leou
tiWg. : Kemlnk s Sons shop and .
bandy's. . All Mesons welcome.
Wn.LAMETTl TBIBB XO. . .
Improved Order af Bed Men, .
Bteeta ton lent I Monday) at Au
ditorium nan. 808 m Tulnl ah
Vinton welcome. '
. a. u McDonald.
C ol It.
ATTENTION t '
Sunny side lodes No. 1S Is cit
ing a seoond annual entertainment
on tha teniae r-of December 11..
One and a half - hours' ftrst rlasa
raudsrilla and two boars' dsncins.
16r,. Ticket may ba eecured at
J. U. Kankia Co., at 8th and Wssblnston sts.
r. W..HAWK1NBON. Chairman. -W.NH0EKomesies4
No. BOSsTls. A. will
bats full initiation Wednesday, Dee. 1. at
the Women of Woodcraft kail. 10th and Tay
lor streets, at 6:15 sharp. Annual Christmas
masquerade December SO. What eats la bap
twning on that bit nightt Coma and brine Jour
fiends and see. A Ml suit rise awstu aiu
FEARL- OWKNS. CorrespondsnL
813 neiiwsy Kxehsnee bide. Phons Main t8T.
A SFRtAL CONOLAYK Oa
AVafthintrUM Cnmmandtry No.
15. K. T., will be held Tuesday
erenint. Nov. 80, at 1:30 o'clock.
The onler rf the tetania will be .
conferred. Candidates pleas report at the aey
him 7 o'clock promptly..
W. 11. EISMAN. Heoorter.
V meets Tn ...4 . - .)(. ii - -1
. 1 . j .... i . nmwi
meeting railed 7:H0 p. m.. fifth floor
ot Pythian i building. 888 Yamhill
street. - lsoa rank rantmmA b, m.
preme lodge officials, second floor. All visiting '
Koithta sreleoma. '
ELMEU I.. ENGLISH, C. C.
SL'NNTSnE LOIHSH NO. 1887X
ICAA.VO A. M. Spacial . Com. -municstion
7 p. nr., temple. "8Pth
and Htrthtrne. Work in M, M.
dcaree. Visitors Welcome. By or
der uf AV. M.
JAM KB S. GAT JH.. Seey.
EAST "i;aTK "I.ODGK NO 1R',
A. r. A A. M., K. KOthand
OlUan ts.--Miecil communk-sUon
Momlay evening. Net. 20. Work
in V. . degree. Visiting brethres
Wekiome. By order W M.
I 'HAN. P. NELSON, Secy.
VICTORY SOCIAL CLUB tonight,
8 o'clock. Business rneeUng lel
Inwed by .social Members and
friends Invited. By order of presi
EVA WrLBON, ieeratary.
EMBLEM JEWiCI.RT a specialty, but tone, ptaa.
ebarma . Jaeeer II roe.. 181-188 Sth St.
ttu , rrr.i . ; k: ..j '
E. IieerlnJ. legai.' V. W. C. A., city.'
Harold V. Hmlth, lrtal, 840 Kooksne at.,
and Bertha C. Warring, legal. 1035 K. itofti.
W. i. lrfiwrence. 22. fonts. Or., and Adrlla 1.
Dingman, 2Q, LenU, Or.
Charles E. Kancil. lrgsl, city, and Pearl, Dick
inson, legal, city.
uiovsnot Tortou, an, city, ana Maria Monti,
George Palloff, 87. 865 14th, and Mary
Twluk, 83, 89 W. Boring at.
Verne Writ ton, 18'2 17 th, and Jessie M.
Wicks, legs), IKS E. 17th.
DEATHS ANDFT7KERAt8 74
LOWE Nov. 277T61JO. st "the famffy"resiclenp
1471 E. 1 Oth at north. Mrs. Susie Lowe.
widow of the late Phllllttc-M. Lowe, aged .
yesrs T - months 84 ds, beloved mother of
Mrs. tVb. Ztegler of Port, Blakely, Wash., Misa
Maud E. Ixiwe el Portland and Mrs, C. . L
Houghton of Portland. Funeral services Tires.,
Nov. 10, at 1:80 p. to., from XL t. Byrnea
psrlors, 001 Williams are. at Mason St lo
terment Bose City cemetery, friends invited
to sttend. ! -
OLIVER November 27, rrank It Oliver, Jged
24 years; beloved son of Mr. and Mrs, C. W.
Olivsr. and brother of Lloyd Oliver, of 8l
Colonial avenue, and brother of Mrs L. ti."
Arnolds of (tanU Barbara Cal. Me wae a
member of Rose ;ity camp, No. 161, IV. O. W.
funeral services will be held Tuarday, November
80, at 3 p. m., from the chapel of A. K. Zeller
oompany, 962 Williams avenue. Intarment in
the family lot at Rnee CM.y cemetery.
MARLOW In Ibis eitjr November 26, 1820,
Victor A. Marlmv, sged 88 yeera; beluved- hu
hand of Elirabtth Marlosr. iends invited to
atUnd the funeral services st Holmsn's Enneral
parlors, Thiid and Hslmon strerU.i at 2:80 p.
m tomorrow I Tuesday), November 80, 1920.
Coneludliif lerviosi at the PorUasd crtms
torlum. . - i
BOMANStU-ROSS In this -lty. Nov. 20.
Blsnche Romanski-Roas, aged 20 years, 1st
of 1298 East Alder st. The funeral serrlce will
be h Id Tueeday, November 80, at 2 p. as.,
at tha Portland crematorium, 14th at Bybe.
Friends invited. The remains are at Fin ley's,
Mcritgomery at Bth, . -
tJHIXS:Kfi The funeral service ' lor the late
. Kathleen Chsmlg Hhlnnera of 206 Ilroedwsy
will be beld .Wednesday, December 1, at U
o'clock a. m.. st St. Msrya eathedrsl, 1 eta and
Davis. sts.; friends inrited. 4Vncludine eerrl.e.
Mt, Calvary cemetery.,
J. P. Finley A Sua,.
tKACYr-the juneral service for the late Cof:
etu Tracy of Crabtree, Or., wiU be held Toee-:
day. November 0, at 2:80 p. m., at Fliiloy's,
Montgomery at 6tb. - Friends intited, , ton
cluding service, Rose City cemetery. -
fiAWkiS's November il," "15257 at' Wortoni;
hotel, Portland, llery Huth Hawkins, aged SO
years 1 month 1 1 dsys, niece of the late Julia
A. McKinnsil (Mrs. Henry AlcEinnsll), Funeral
notice later. . , i
flAWlcrNft-ln this city.' N'ovember' 271 J5o".
Mary Ruth Hawkins. Remaina at HoUaaB'a
Funeral rrlor. Third and Salmon street. No
tlce of funeral ltr.
EDW. HOtMAN & SON
Funeral Directors - -
THIRD AND SALMON STREETS
Main 607, A-1SU
I- Idr AstitteOt. : ..:
J. P. FIHIEY & SOU-"
!!"-, MQXTOMKnr at hhk
EAST SIDE irriwiin IrTrvt-niRiXn- 1
F. s. dunnsnW inc.
Tha TaialUr SeU the PKce"
414 E, Alder,
Phone Esst A3.
A. D. Ken wortlhy & Co.
Phone Tsbor 8,5T"" ..1? -
- All tha AnfeMi..... -j
Williami art. Wood!s- HS6 M V1
Fart 71 rL.sLiCrIl -
Wuh mm t Kit. ?-irnIaifv.!5v
r-K --- -, - swam atQwi.
East 04. 'fWWW dtatrtcv tbooi
R. w. garCe' A- CO.""
occesaora to W. H. Hamilton.
167S E. yiiean, "few. ....
the Prtvacr of a home, istli and Ererett sts.
Phones Broadway 2183. Home A-2ia 1
A.P.ZeSllrC!i1 oSFVl'lUtams senu:
0,i,,CliCrWU phone Kast' MS.
SfearteVxnK&fItttyaTo. Main 4ir.i
aJttCWCSjjj, Comer Third and Clay,
Portland Marble Works-
' 999 4th ft., .- City HB. fsm Bro.
GEO. BETZ & SON
FRKSH FIXWKS FOR FUNERALS
and aD occasion, 667 Williams ste. , Just csfl
Wood is wn 1812, Joseph Beta, Mansger. '
MARf UT FORWCO., fte-ririr6J4" 'WuiT
ington. Main 269, A126. flower for all
TOsnunwed ss Pollowlnf Ptf)