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14 . F ; t ' . . THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. OREGON. , . - : ; TUESDAY, JANUARY 17.r ltt2. I
Beavers Claim "Rowdj Elliott Form Sacramento Australia Seeks Dmpsp Go
Beaver Team I
A SENSATIONAL, field basket In the
XI last two minutes of play by Captain
King cave the Amicus club a 14 to 11
victory over the Arleta Juniors, and
with it went the 1921-22 championship
of the Portland Junior Basketball
league. The two Quintets battled neck
and neck in the Franklin high gynv
Eleven Bouts Are
Billed in Amateur
n a ti m UnniiH nlarht. th Juniors lead
cat, Jan. u. vp-i ing i2 to I at one stage of the match.
aj poMiioa to im resumption ot me i The lineups :
ran was reanirtnea oy me rmcmc i juniors.
rout league magnates at their annual I O'Brien (2)
mid-winter session here Monday. J. t-ai i uinn lij
Varlnai r,t tKa fVaklsiul rlub WU the ODlV I PoPO ....
Coast owner to cast his ballot In favor I Warkins (1)
Under the motion adopted the umi
rs do not Intend to come under the
Blaver-eetectton rule at any time, which
means that the lescue will continue to
REASON CLOS.E HIRE
The Reach ball, which has been used
. . F. . . .
t e - e
Ted Ourian scored 14 potnu for the
Simon's Store basketball team Monday
night, but his team mates were unable
to locate the basket as well as had been
TTH an the boxers in the pink of
condition, the trilangular tottrna-
bj Jser vetoes - I ment between the Multnomah Amateur
imernauonai news oernee nui corresponoem I ..- rin). imm iiutunr AtMotle
IfcTIPWr V Y T-" T - T O X I
JilTw "wit -SZ association and B'nal B'rith Amateur
at. j - oa. an. iMiut nui uicaa, sj uviuc I uii
record this year. That is. not if the 1 Athletic club, scheduled for Wednesday
(2) King yspenBion ginst him stands, and it is night to the Armory, promises to be re-
Morgan l -" Iplete with thrills for lovers of the ama-
i ms is me opinion ox oaseoaii men in I teur rame.
general and. although officials of the Arrangements were completed Monday
New York Yanks today declined to dis- afternoon whereby the events will take
cuss the probable effect a month's place in the gymnasium rather than the
suspension will have on Ruth's hitting, drill hall at the Armory, the chance be
lt is a practical cinch they feel the I Inz made in order to assure the fans of
same way about it. 1 more comfortable surroundings as far as
The case of the home run kins has I temperature is concerned.
in addition to n coxing douis. wree
For Big Bout
expected. The result was a 24 to 23 vto-
nv tha Iim for several seasons, was I tory for the Montgomery Ward com-1 K-n revtmd bv thn circulation of a
Jw&mImI in favor of the Wilson oaa. I nany noopers. ai tnat, me winners uiu -,-. ),, th mainr isir-no win thrnw I snecial wrestlina- contests Between reo-
After dlpoilng of th questions, the not get Into the lead until tne last iour out , the ,,ie against barnstorming at resentatfves of the Winged M" club and
magnates busied themselves on tne I i mo " i their schedule meetings in February, line in or en r-acuic uenti couege are on
tiedul. The 1JIZ season win oe zs I "n " i xnis rumor is vigorously aemea in i uie progrmia. wn ouku w owi
Ths season will open April 4 and close
October IS." The closing dates awarded
were as follows:
Kacramento at Portland.
Rait Lake at Seattle.
Oakland at San Francisco.
Vernon at Los Angeles.
The holiday dates were announced as
Memorial ' Pay Sacramento at Port
land: Kalt loike st Seattle; Oakland at
San Francisco : Vernon st Los Angeles.
July 4 Han Franc. s.o at Portland :
standard, especially with the Simon
tossers. The lineups:
Mont. Ward. Pos. Simon's.
O. Clerln (11) F (14 T. Ourian
Rouchert (11 r iai vonnan
X derin C (4) MacKensie
Lebaecher (3) O. H. Hafter
Parrott (I) U uurian
Wright (2) Spare
Releree Bay tsrooKs.
The ArleU Athletic club basketball
team underestimated the strength of the
Franklin b'Bh quintet Monday night and
the high schoolers walked away with a
some quarters for. it is pointed out. I promptly at 8 :30 o'clock.
Judre Landis' decision must be strictly I Wednesday night's card follows :
nnhAld with no show of attemofai at eva- I Jos HaoK. btisi Bitot, worn sun w-
sion; and that the reinstatement of Ruth I "iZ,0J2S;
now would be looked upon as a purely 1 m. Anmn. 14S nsnnds.
commercial move. I - Bod Stracel. Moltaoauh, wtas Henry Smith.
. . .... .. I Amor. ISO sounds.
-we nave neara nouunr regarding ue i Iv4, r. Mnnwuh. m 3mA su.
case of Ruth or Meusel since Judge I arts. Armory. ISO pounds.
Landis handed down his decision, said I Frsns sonrran. Armory. ersn AOe Hinen.
sstm btild. iaa ponnas.
dtm Angeles at Keattie : Salt Lake at 1 36 to 12 victory. The two squads met
Oakland ; Sacramento at VemoYi
Labor Day Portland at San Fran
Cisco; Seattle at Los Angeles; Oakland
at Salt Lake: Y'" at Sacramento.
BIAYZM LAUD ELLIOTT
Pl Howard, part owner of the Oak
land club, officially announced the ap
pointment of Ivan Howard as 13:2 man
agsr of the Oaka
It was staUd that Seattle plans to
retain the services of WlUlam J. Ken
worthy as a player. Ken worthy. How
ever, has appealed to Judge Landis for
a reversal of the decision of tne Na
several weeks ago and at that time Ar
leta was an easy winner. The lineups:
Slade (I) ....
East (10) ...
. ..G (4) Kolkanna
. . .O Blake
Referee Howard Hobaon.
Astoria. Jan. 17. The North Pacific
Dental college basketball team lost a
rough game here Saturday to the Colum
bia club hoopers by a score or 33 to 17,
lion a I association in regard to his free I The referee was kept busy calling fouls.
scant' claim I The lineups:
Portland has claimed the services of I North Pacific. Po Columbia.
tAwv" ratinM nn niMn from Sa. I Estes ( F . . . ( 10) W. Lantrhart
uciuKiuin iii,...r tti visei)
Taylor J....C (13) L. Langhart
Butler O. Kearney
Pentland (2) O Moo res
Mickerson Hpare MatUla
Rogoway Spare.... (4) Burne
pepun sspare Herman
bpare (Z) Johnson
Business Manager Ed Barrow of the
Yanks today, "and all I know ,1s that
the ruling does not apply to the spring
exhibition season. Aside from this I do
not care to discuss the case."
Ptoviding Ruth's suspension stands
and he gets started on his 1922 cam
paign for home runs within five days or
(Z) Uebe I Mav an when lie will aerain be eligible
.() Miner I tn enteP the Yank lineup, he will start
Just 12 home runs behind his record of
Ruth rot his first homer last season
on April 18 and his twelfth on May 17
at Cleveland. He did. not get his tnir
teenth until May 25. So the task cut
out for the big bambino if he is kept
out of the lineup will be Just about as
big as a house.
Jim Bead. B'nal B'rith, versos Jha Ryan,
Multnomah. 140 pounds.
Jack LoltoB. B.nat B nth. Tetsus Joe Samara,
Armory. 135 Donnas.
Dare Xatra. B nu B ntn. trsos Joe He-
Locehlin. Mnltaomah. 1SS pounds.
Sol Bloom b it. B ui B nth. versos Jack
Shaeeker. stnltnomah. 115 -ponnds.
Harry Kramer. B nal BTita. ysanu Eddie
Moore, Multnomah etnb. 130 poimda,
uortain tuaer Between two 60-Dounoeis tram
By Forbes W. Fatrbalra
TJaivenal 8nrio Staff CorracpoBdaDC.
(Siwial Cable nioateh)
LONDON, Jan. 17. Tommy Burns,
1 former heavyweight champion of the
world, told me last night that he la rep
resenting a Newcastle eyndicaU which
is offering Dempsey and Carpentier a
purse of 30.000 pounds (normally $156.-
000, for a I0-round championship bout
00. for a 20-round championship bout.
will bo staged In June or July at New
castle. The exact offer is 20,000 pounds
for the winner, 10,000 pounds to the
loser, and looo pounds each for ex
Burns has asked Universal Service to
notify Dempsey of the offer and obtain
"My syndicate." he said, "to composed
of reputable business men of Newcastle.
They are willing to put up the money
before the fight as an adequate guaran
tee of their responsibility. The only con
ditions made are that the referee be
selected by the National Sporting dub
of London, that clean breaks must pre
vail nd that six-ounce gloves be used
instead of eight-ounce gloves as used at
Burns, who has settled in England. Is
the owner of two hotels at Newcastle.
He is prominent in north of Kngland
sporting circles and declares that the
match will draw an enormous crowd
Competing ., in 'M'
News that "Rowdy" Elliott would
com to the Portland club is no great
surprise. It was announced In The
Journal some time ago that President
Kiepper was going to grab Elliott.
The awarding of two holiday dates to
Portland was good news to Portland
The Columbia university basketball
Last yesr Portland was without I team will play the Christian Brothers'
single holiday game.
rci.orr.A5 nr. rHinr arrives
New Tork. Jan. 17. (U. P.) Aaron
Ivos, amateur billiard champion of Eu
rope, arrived here Monday on the Noor
dam. Boa will take part In the amateur
college aggregation In the C. B. C. gym
nasium Thursday night.
Players on both the North Pacific
Dental college and the South Parkway
Amateur Athletic club basketball teams
are anxiously awaiting Referee Gawley's
WhijltlA to SAnri thm tltvwtH in th.
',!?.C..h,an,'tn'Mp V, the WOrld rtura game on the Christian Brothers'
I hlladelphla February 1J. colleca floor Wednesdav ni-h. suth
parkway won the first engagement, 11
La Grande. Or.. Jan. 17. The Blgin
high school basketball team was de
feated. 19 to 9. by the La Grande high
school team Saturday night. The La
Grande guarding was exceptionally good
in me game, many plays of the Elsrin-
ltes having been broken up by the local
Fox Brothers Too
Much for Oregon
Foxed" the Lemon Yellow in the first of
two-game series, 37 to 23, Monday
night In the first half it looked as if
Oregon's light team were going to stage
come-back and beat the visitors,
eatch. who has played for several years
without doing much, came out strong
and got three baskets, while Altstock,
the youthful Portlander, made eight
In the second half, however, the Idaho
team, with their famous Fox Brothers,
started to clean up and by the end of
the game the locals were completely outclassed.
In a preliminary the Oregon Frosh
beat Eugene high echool, 26 to 21
Hsjti School Junlen Stamftng
Eagles . .
St. Johns Lumber company auintet
went down to defeat Monday night on
tne liiencoe school floor. 38 to 12. at
the hands of the Lincoln leaguers. The
consistent team work of the visitors
proved too much for the lumbermen.
wno piayea a nara and clean game.
Thursday night the leaguers- junior
team plays Lents Methodist quintet on
the Woodmere school floor. The lineups:
( S) Kwansnn
Umpire J. Harold
rietrheT 2) .
Parker () . .
James John High and Jefferson high
basketball teams are ready to open the
1921-22 season of the Portland Public
high school league in the Washington
high school gumnasium this afternoon
The matinee will start promptly at 3 :30
o'clock with Leon Fabre as the official
M V. W improvements
and refinements add
to the pleasure of Chev
rolet ownership and
make it one of the no
table motor car values
of the year. Yet its
.14th 'and Alder Sts.
Seaside. Or.. Jan. 17. Ilwaco high de
feated the local high school hoopers. 2
to IS. here Saturday night. The visitors
were accompanied by a large rooting
section. The victory places Ilwaco at
the top of the Lower-Columbia standings
The Toung Men's Athletic club will
' ave its full team together for perhaps
he last time tonight when Ihe Christian
rothers College, quintet will be met i
the tatter's gymnasium. S. Jacobson and
J. Spivak play with Lincoln high and
after Thursday will not be permitted to
play with an outside team, according to
a ruling of the interscholastic circuit.
The Franklin high second team, was de
feated by the T. M. C. A. tossers. 12 to
( International New Serrioe)
Illinois 20, Michigan 17.
Purdue 31. Northwestern 14.
Kansas 44. Washington U. 17.
Iowa State 38, Kansas State 6.
Butler 28. Notre Dame 23.
lows Wesleyan 33. Monmouth
Knox 33, Williams 3L
St. Viator 33, Charleston Normal 22.
Oregon. Pos. Idaho.
Alstock (18) F (16) R. Fox
Veatch (6) F (13) A. Fox
Latham , C (8) Thompson
Be!ler(5) t....G Edwards
Goar . : G (6) Telford
Zimmerman (2) ...S (4) Garlin
Rich (2) S
Referee Ralph Coleman.
Oregon Aggies Face
Hard Battle Tonight
Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis,
Jan. 17. All is not well with the Aggies
for the basketball game with Washing
ton tonight and tomorrow night, ac
cording to Coach R. B. Rutherford. With
three good men badly injured Ruther
ford thinks the O. A. C. team will be
mighty fortunate if it holds the "Vikings
to a close pi-ore.
. Hjelte, the big center, and Stinson,
forward, are both out with bad feet
Richards is suffering from a sore back
All three men are expected to start the
game, however. A good line-up of sec
ond suing men will be on the bench.
Last week's clashes played havoc with
the dope from comparative scores. Al
though the "dope" isn't highly optimistic
for the local quintet, the battle will jiot
be one-sided, it is hoped.
Each team in the two Multnomah
Amateur Athletic club junior boys' jun
gle leagues has played three games in
the race for the 1921-22 titles and Prof.
O. C. Mauthe, director of physical edu
cation at the Winged "M" institution,
declares more interest has been shown
in both the high school junior boys' sec
tion and the second section junior boys
than ever before. Six teams are bat
tling for honors among the high school
ers, while eight, aggregations seek the
title among the smaller athletes. So
many players are on the teams in the
second section that Prof. Mauthe has
found it necessary to permit six young
sters to play on each team instead of
the customary five.
The Buffaloes took the leadership of
the high school section by virtue of a
14 to 2 victory over the Eagles Monday
afternoon, while the Cooties are heading
the second section. Games are played
every Monday and Thursday afternoon
in the Winged "M" gymnasium. Mon
day's scores in the high school division :
Cougars 16, Hawks 2 ; Eagles 2, Buffa
loes 14 ; Cooties 32, Tigers 3. In the sec
ond section : Cooties 34. Buffaloes 4 ;
Oougars 2. Robins 2 ; Eagles 4, Hawks
Cub Scout Seeking
Players on Coast
Chicago. Jan. 17. (U. P.) Walte
Morris, a right-handed pitcher, was the
latest acquisition to the Chicago Cubs
staff. President William Veeck an
Veeck also announced that Chief Scout
Doyle is making a tour of the Pacific
ccast for promising youngsters for the
K. OF C. TO JOIN A. O. A.
New York, Jan. 17 (I. N. a) As a
result of a decision of the supreme board
of directors of the Knights of Columbus
to accept an Invitation to Join the
American Olympic association. 800.000
members of the "Caseys" will join the
Olympic body, it was announced today
PORTLAND BOY IS SELECTED
Washington State College. Pullman
Jan. 17. Rudolph Hilgers of Portland
has been selected from the advanced
course in physical education as assistant
OLIS LOSES MAT BOCT
Columbus. Ohio. Jan. 17. TU. P.)
Stanislaus Zybssko, heavyweight cham
pion wrestler, threw John Olin. the jrlent
Finn, alter 10 minutes of grappling here
W.S.C. Debaters to
Washington 8tate College. Pullman.
Jan. i, The state college debating
team wUl meet the Oregon Agricultural
college In a dual debate March J. ac-
coraing to J. E. Reeid, debating coach
A pnse or cither $30 or 25 will b of
cered the winners. .
Al'TO LICK5SES DECREASE
.uicouver. Wash.. Jan. 17 The la t
' of grace for automobll ownn
,-.red Saturday, and until Mondav nleht
iut 332a motor vehicle owners had taken
out licenses, compared with 5041 for last
W. L. T. Pet.
.3 0 0 1.000
.2 1 0 .667
. 1 1 1 .500
. 1 1 1 .500
. 1 2 0 .333
. 0 3 0 .000
I Jr. Boys
W. K T. Pet
. 8 0.0 1.000
.2 1 0 .667
. 1 1 1 .500
. 1 1 1 .500
. 1 2 0 .333
. 0 1 2 .000
. 0 8 0 .000
Sam Langf ord and
Harry Wills Ready
For Tonight's Go
TTNDER the break cVaa.ii rales. Harry
U Wills and San Langf ord win tangle
tonignt in the 10-round feature event of
the Milwaukle boxing commission
The colored heavyweights are In tin-
top condition for the contest and it
would not be surprising if a knockout
waa scored by either. Both are known
as heavy punchers and it Is Kketv that
tne battler who lands the first solid
punch will win.
Wills la hopeful of winnlror and so Is
LAngiora. Each will enter the ring fun
ox coniiaence. The fans can expect a
much better battle than the second
wuia-Tate affair because Langf ord to
willing to exchange wallops, while Tate
put tip a defensive battle.
Four rattling good preliminaries are
scheduled to be staged on the card. The
advance seat sale has been very heavy
and It is likely that a capacity house will
greet the battlers.
Tom Lou Uit win referee the battles.
The first bout win start at I :S0 o'clock.
Golf Ass'n to Keep
Ranks Simon Pure;
Says Prexy Byers
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. (XT. P. -Slmoa
vj pore" amateurs In golf is the new
aiogan or the U. S. u. A. for 11ZX.
Of fleers and members of Use associa
tion will take special steps to keep the
game clean, according to an annoance-
ment by Frederick Byers. Pittsburg.
newly elected president of the organisa
The association recently tis i1 a, role
whereby amateur lam their marking
by accepting golf JmlUs sr feeing paid tor
publicity or arrdhsfig -of any kind.
Omdals of .The UtUiod Sta.Ua Ooli
a orlaMosf. met br with of fscsaJis f .
Use Westers Coll aasocUUoai aad raiss
relative tr (ha tymio and ether points
were SriamssseiL . No decision ' win be
made am til after" Use atmaal sssattsg at
t Western ss clsUoo. which wtU be
hold bar aeat Saturday.
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T4TEW ORLEANS, La, Jan. 17. CU. P.)
J- v Johnny Wilson, middleweight cham
pion, win be barred from fighting for
seven months In 16 states of the United
States and In Australia and Canada
following bis sua pension lata yesterday
by the National Boxing association.
Fraser Leads Golf
Pros in 1st Round
Of Calif. Tourney
Los Angeles. Jan. 17. Registering a
finely played 70, Chick Fraser, profes
sional of the Mid wick Country dub of
Loa Angeles, jumped into tho lead of the
Celd In the annual tournament for the
California open championship, which
started Monday over the course of the
Wtlshire Country club.
Fraser was shooting excellent rolf all
the way from the tee to the pin. Threes
J. J. aUla. fetal. 815 ruvt
XarsanMita A. rdnu. W.1
lo BariBond. Wal. 4 60 K. Tart tar- aste
CUj M. Maori III K. UonimT
B. C. SfstWi. fecal. 1111 K. Stta, ea4 Btna
nwa. im. .qv aajpainrs.
Cad Mortajt, 51 Portland, sad Tadasa
OrrhiU OsnWli. 25. 1356 E. Tsssaffi. sad
u. o, sw 4UB-
Donald C. Con, fecal. ) I
Loss J. Mania. fesaL 504 K. list.
1. K. Bd. fecal. Beaaoa aaaL a4 rw.
Tidson. fecal. Beaaoa hoeL
Hnitsa E. WoM. fecal. CladstoM. Ot- aai
Lottie Gaeser. lecai. 21 E. 16th.
Hobert McCaUusa. fecal. I860 Lcstnl st., aad
Bevlah Gifene, fesaL 1666 Laarl a.
Charfea W. Spteriac. fecaL Mohfer. Or., aad
Slant gpaerinc. fecal. kloafeT. Or.
nmuy Hannrkaoa. fecal. a4 K. Darla. aad
CHormh (J. trflmtm. fecaL 6tl E. IS IK.
Gilbert G. Ethlaoan. fesaL Aatona. aad Tkal
out U. rikbrr. trcml. cit.
Keot Horns, fecal 4I E. 6 Id N.. aad Adaue
Bill. fecaL 661 E. 61st N.
A Cart B tub be, fecaL 62T Eeanay. sad La-
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The action was taken after Wilson i stood out very prominently all over his
and his manager were charged by I
11. Nightcap, of Ohio with "conduct un
becoming a Tighter and manager." The
suspension will be effective until Sep
tember 22 this year.
New Orleans, Jan. 17. (L N. S.)
Benny Leonard, world's champion
lightweight, will meet Pal Moran, idol
of the South, here on February 24 if
Billy Gibson, Leonard's manager, ac
cepts the terms offered by Promoter
Tortorich of this city. It was an
nounced today that Moran has already
accepted the terms and that they are
now being considered by Gibson. If the
pair is matched it will be their first
meeting since 1920, when they fought
in East Chicago.
Close behind Fraser were Eddie Loos.
present holder of the California title
nd Abe Esplnoza of San Francisco, who
tied for second place honors when they
each turned in cards of 72.
Jim Barnes, national open champion
was listed in fourth place with a 73.
Kls partner. Jock Hutchison, shot great
golf early, but could not turn in a score
better than SO.
Boston, Jan. 17. (U. P.); Charley
Whito of Chicago bested Johnny Dundee
of New York in a fast 10-round bout
here last night.
Philadelphia, Jan. 17. (U. P.)
Jimmy Han Ion of Denver outpointed
Harry Brown of Philadelphia in eight
rounds here. The men are lightweights.
New York. Jan. 17. (L N. S.) Billy
Miske defeated Charley Weinert in 12
rounds Monday night, and Sammy Sie
ger won from Frankie 1 awards on a
foul in the seventh. Jeff Smith knocked
out Frankie Fleming in the sixth. Char
lie Beecher won a judges' decision over
Eddie Brady in 12 rounds.
"Babe" Asher and Danny Edwards
will meet In the main event of the Port
land boxing commission card to be
staged January 24 in the Armory.
'Battling" Ortega, former Pacific
coast middleweight champion, has joined
Portland's fifitic colonies. He is under
the management of Billy Bernstein.
Players Say Landis
Consented to Their
Playing, in Games
Los Angeles. CaL, Jan. 17. (I. N. S.)
That Judge Landis. baseball commission
er, consented to Johnny Rawlings and
"Irish" Meusel of the New York Giants
and Bill Piercy and Bob Meusel of the
Yankees playing winter baseball here,
was the statement made by "Irish"
Meusel Monday on receipt of word from
ihe East to the effect that Landis is in
vestigating the report that the four play
ers mentioned are playing with an all
star team here.
Irish" Meusel organized an all-star
team with himself, Bob Meusel. Johnny
Rawlings and Bill Piercy in the line-up.
Understanding that the rule applying to
barnstorming on the part of world
series players was ineffective after Janu
ary 1. Meusel took no chances on bring
ing down the wrath of baseball's com
TRsioner and wired for permission to
play. Meusel declares that he has a
i-lfgram from Landis granting permis
The players mentioned, with the excep
tion of Piercey, appeared in a game here
MOSDAT SIGHT BOTJTS
At New Orleans Young McGovcrn
beat Young Caliano in 15 rounds.
At Pittsburg Al Corbett won
Young Pinchot in 10 rounds.
India Races Object i
To Christ's Name
In Prayers; Deleted
(By United News)
Ixndon. Jan. 17. To avoid offending
Hindus and Mohammedans, English mis
sicraries in Bangalore. India, have de
leted the name of Christ from the book
of hymns and prayers used in the mis
The natural consequence of this is a
storm among the supporters of the Lon
don Missionary society, but the board
hate indorsed the action of the mission
aries. On two previous occasions the
question hps been before the London
parent society, but continued uneasi
ness among supporters of Indian mis
sions again forced the Issue to a head
On of the director? of the Missionary
society proposed this resolution:
"That no sanction whatever can be
given' to the exclusion of the name and
uork of tne Lord. Jesus Chnst, from
eny part of the society's operations in
Schools, churches or hospitals." ,
The resolution was defeated, with only
two : affirmative votes. But these two
members of the board declare they will
continue to fight against the action of
the missionaries. .
Form Farm Bureau;
Woodburn, Jan. 17. A large number
of farmers attended a meeting held here
Monday, addressed by the state president
of the farm bureau, George A. Mans
field. Ray J. Glatt was elected president
and secretary of the local organisation.
temporarily formed. More than' 26
Joined and many more expressed their
Intention to come into the bureau.
Gus Pope Is Named
4 W ' Track Assistant
University of Washington. Seattle
Jan. 1. Augustus "Gus" Pope, national
discus champion and last year's track
captain, will act as assistant track coach
t the I niversity of Washington this
eason. Pope will be first assistant to
"oarh Clarence ("Hoc") Edmundson and
ill handle the weight men.
Pope is a senior in the university, but
having already 'won three track letters
s not, eligible for varsity competition
In Cue Tournament
At Memphis Johnny Kaiser and
Bobby Hughes fought an eight-round
At Trenton, N. J. Dick Griffin beat
Jack Perry in eight rounds, and Charles
Ray beat Little Jeff in a like number of
At Shawnee. Okla. Young Riley and
Marty Brown fought a four-round draw
At Pottsville. Pa Battling Leonard
and Al Wills fought a 10-round draw.
Portland Gun Club to
Give a Duck Dinner
Indications are that a big crowd will
attend the duck dinner of the Portland
Gun club Wednesday night in Chamber
of Commerce dining room. President
James Morris of the gun club has lined
up a short program which will follow
the dinner. The plans of the gun club
for the session will be announced. "The
dinner will be held at ( o'clock.
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ur . mm. a. a aa.
WlULt-Tt Jar. aad Mr a . Vims, 13
Marfea awe.. Jee. 16. e oaa.
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ao. Tit Cnmaa. Jaa. 10. a Siaifcfcw
Tl aSS To Ma e4 Mr. X.
Til csa. Jam. a a aoa.
ClU.UlA.wTe Mr. aaa Hav 1. B.
r ;. ns. 11. a as.
KXAM To Mr. mm4 Mn. T. C T . till
M Ha. Itae, U a eaaraase.
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621 K, SBaffejar. Dor. la. a eotwx
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IStn. Jam. 11. a ooa
W1LMAB.TH To Mr. aaa an. M. WnmnrtX
66 a. MnisMs. Jaa 16, Mit conefcuea.
K.KLXT To Ma aad Mra M. K. kaOfe. 66
K. STra. Jan. 4. a n.
IJtkSON To Mr. ana Msa k K- Lafaoa. 6
Moaicuaaiij. Ja 6. a ana. .
MrlikK To Mt and Mrs. J. E. McOoa. til
B. IM K Jaa. a. a ana.
AXTSTOCK To Mr. son Mea. ft. F. AJMsas.
14 K. ia, Jaa. 6, a 4a nam.
BBOVK To Mr. and Mra. ft, A- ftrswna. 1111
waarat, Jan. 6. a nacBior.
BCTLKDGC To Ml. sad Mra. Jaaspfc T. '
Batfedso. Mora. On. Jan. 16. twin
DOWUSO T Mr. ana Mea O. T.
106 E, Stth Tt Jaa X. a dansntav.
tADLU To Mr. sad Mrs. Wvuaass U
SIB a ana y. Jan. 1 1 . a noa.
Mary Letfia Bodmaa. local. ITS S. lia.
Craao. Ieal. 440
E. Williama ImaL 440
toner O. Banian, liml ri nl
nuona r. iiarr. SBCai, CUT.
Joan-. MnaWl1' 161 HanoT. aad
Maria a Inadlsaa. kcaL 1166 XL. MnriW.
Thoaian B. Pnrtorlakl. IneaL lrf(a
and EUol B. Waaanvnee. UcaL Arunr kosoL
Albert st. neaobnen. nwai. 67a Joonson. and
Beratoo Eckstrasd, leaal. 416 6th,
. 42. SMITH A CO.
PlFtR loea Joarphnta riiat.
Jaa 1. T9 rap; ntnoaia.
IQLUMON-Taraisi Bnlllmon. Good S
rrH. Jan. IS. SS laar; anarnrav.
SaNDEKS Minta Inn Send, 41S I
Jaa. IS. 4T wn: Born tons
MacUICHJkKL William sUcMkcWL 1467 I
ma. Jan. IS. T2 vnua: kmrsn
HAKTLJiT J aba ft. BarUeo. SS ft. TSCa,
in. i 7v; oiinimsna
KXTILarr Asrat 1UL Portias
venvsaeat noapaal. Jaa. 14. 66 yaus:
ramiarla U Tylnr. ST K. 4 SOS.
an. i. a naan: nunai snoairiaa
SHTrP s9hamt Watts Enax Be Tk
prau. jaa is. ma: n annua
Uma rianas W Quia Lnuco, a ft.
oil. Jan. 14. loan: nnuaillm.
JACKSON Loads ft. Jaefcaom. 6C Tanwat
mtaL Jaa. 4. 4S roars: iiiuirliii
KOONAl Mary Kkaalwth yoaena. 6T6
land, Jan. IS. 64 roan: artenn i
SMITH nana J. BmilA. St. Tt
Jan. 14. roan: eantme mmT-mtv.
MAKT ENTER SKI ETE5T8
Gary, I1L, Jan. 17. (U. P.) Over 60
entries have been made in the national
ski championship tournament which 'will
be held here Sunday. The entries in
clude international, national and state
champions from five states, besides scat
tering entries from Canada. Norway and
Arc Your Going to Europm?
Or th Orient?
Or Around thm World?
At St. Louis Bud PerriU stODoed Al
Thomas in the sixth.
Why sot get
tra vela utnaaavaiy
at ftis patrosntl
DORSEY 8. SMITH
iOURNAL TRAVEL BURZA0
166 HAUAJIWAff. rOTLAaB..OnV
lbn6 MarahaUt 1ST6
ssrpsts end ruga
prsee ac a Dew
six Rags s
rvor ea sots ssji
ftave baa tk6
1U East DxMk
8aUir.es Pier 68-62. N'orth Bioor. New Tork,
At aooo, OQlcaa spoaflad
LA SAVOIB .. .
-Jan. SS Sen. IS A or. 1
-Jan.XS SBar. 4 Ape. 1
Son. 4 Star. t7
.ens. ii sur.il
.Sob. IS Mae. tS A nr. IS
Son. 16 Star. SS Apr. ra
.Fen. 11 Star. 16 A nr. S
LA BOURDON MAIS
At Salt Lake City George Sollis beat
Jiramle Roach in six rounds, and Kddie
Kelly beat Bert Wilson in four.
Vigo (Spain) Havre
TOURS IN ALGERIA & MOROCCO
Sal line from Serosa us or Manolllot
Three anr Four Wont Mloiar Trips
WHtm for Intarastin iiimlpUva tWaratura FvnaU
Brsa, Snernc Const Ansnta, 10S Oharrf SL,
SanUa or Local OTTIoo.
Midget Smith 111;
Friday's Bout With
Lynch Called Off
(By United Newsl
New York. Jan. 17. Midget Smith.
the tiny army vteran. and considered
one of the most formidable bantam
weights in the game, is in a serious
condition with double pneumonia. Smith's
recent battle with Joe I.ynch. which
resulted in a draw, and Pete Herman
whom he cut to ribbons In a lS-round
right at the Garden, made It obvious
that he stood an excellent chance of
stopping Johnny Buff, the champion, if
Buff would give him a match.
Smith was to Pght Lynch in the Gar
den next Friday night. 'Fight followers
doubt that Smith will be able to regain
his wonderful condition on recovering
from his illness.
Babe Herman, San Francisco feather
weight, and Jack Dempsey's little friend
and stable mate, will fight John Rettaler
in a 12 rounder to a decision in place
of the Smith-Lynch go Friday.
B. F. Johnson, playing with a handicap
ft JO, defeated Chet Peterson, with .a
Zi handicap, in the feature match of
Monday night's opening play in the
fourth annual ' three-cushion handicap
milliard tournament at the Rialto billiard
triors. Johnson , ran out his string of
19- billiards, while Peterson was resting
at the 31 notch, with one more neces
sary for him to win.- Peterson turned
in the high run of three. Alex Merk
defeated C G. Shaw 36 to 26. while S.
J. Cohen won from Jim McGrath. 25 to 20.
. Dies in New York
Nw Tork. Jan, 1T- L X. S.) John
T. ' Kelly. 70, . who So years ago was a
comedian before the public, died here
today. For It years he was a Broadway
favorite. He - played at various times
with Lillian - Rassell. David Warfield.
Atarie Dressier, and othera ,;
Game Is Scheduled
Arrangements have been completed
whereby an all-star team selected from
tne members or the Madeay and Cana i
dian Veteran soccer football squads wil
play the Oregon Agricultural colleg-
eleven on Multnomah field, January Zi
The Macleays and Vets are engaging i.
a seven game series to determine th ,
enampionanip oerween tne two contin
gents and the Scots have won both af
fairs played to date. The first resulted
in a 1 to 6 score and list Sunday the
Veterans were humbled I to 0.
Passenger and Freight
Service to California
Tares r a Banisgt to ftas Praneisea,
Lee Asgelaa aad ftaa Dies
Leave Maalclpal Dock Ha, f, 6 ft, as.
SS. Admiral Evans - Jan. 21
SS. Senator ..... Jan. 28
SS. Admiral Evans - Feb. 4
Aad ft vary ftntaranv There nTInt
Local Service to Marshfield,
Eureka and San Francisco
Admiral Rodman - - Jan. 18
Every 14 Days Thereafter
Fast Trans-Pacific Passen
ger and Freight Service
Tekefeams. Kobe. Bfeaaghat,
Hesgkesg and Mastla
Sanisg from Sesttls
SS. Silver State - - Feb. 4
SS. Pine Tree State - Feb. 18
SS. Wenatchee - - - Mar. 4
Far fall laforsaaUoa apply at
101 Third SL, Cor. Starh
Fbsbs Brass wsy Mil
MAJESTIC. 56.000 TONS
Larnast Si nam or In the WarM
HOMERIC. 35.000 TONS
No Palatini Steamers to 4oaa
OLYMPIC, 46,439 TONS
In Waearf Bonne SaMlnni to
OMERBOtlRO. ARB SOVTMASirTOSI
TO CHERBOURG SOrTHAliPTrVK
Ot-VSWO Son, IS Sr.11 Aav.
HOMSRtO now....BUr. 1 Star. SS ....
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TO LIVERPOOL, VIA OPrtKirTOWW
sing Sna.es aw. ea
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ADNIATIO Apr. S BW ST ..
M KDTTt ERA V F.A V VOT1KO
To liadrtra. UtbralUr. Aaonrs. Honvn. flmm.
aptea, Atnens, Alesaadna lor Ecrpt and tne
ananio (1716 tons) . Jan. tl BW. S
LAPLAND 416ASS tons) Son. 4
AOKIATIO lt4M1 tonal. Pan. IS
Red Star LniE
to jn-TMorrH. cnrKtuwun ajtd
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n-LASO Saa. 11 Star. 1S Air U
OOTHLANO Son. 16 SW. SS
LA PIANO Aor. S SW. IS
'Will not call at Halifax.
TO DANZHJ VIA RAW KI KLn
6AStLAM0 7777.. in. is
MONSOLIA 1Ann.lt Son. SS
MINNIHAHOA (Jan. SS --
NAVEsroso ran. a
U'alto at Plymouth aad Coirboara
Calls at tr. tutm
Isternstlossl Merraatlle Maris
11 Steantrrf 1 60S OOO T.
Local Aoonta or Oomcony'i orrtco. O. p. SAa.
vant. manaaar. sis aooono Boaw.
Wash. Pnono-Stnla 116.
aS BXaS TTOOBS LAI Arr
SIMISNIB. OU rLOOBS MADE UU
KCW S KUI0T1II0 BABDtRB.
HASDWOOD rUOO CX IS K CTT
AST rOSL SIS. TASOR SSAS.
AUCTION SALES TOMORROW
AT WILSONS AKTIO HOC6B. I6S-ITS
nrcmo btreet. sals at is a bl.
STECIAL NOTICO Xt
KOT1CE Is brraar (iea Inat tno trlm TnC
ana orsete en 1st onnna of tna Willinnn
noor. to the esty nf PnrUanA. cannaa n
saoPta aaaantr asranoards am na pasts to psata
and nsnea tno mra -Canie Cisasisa,
netfle Tilarsaai an T limps Ci UBI.
aaark tno sansUnt B si ma na
tno snoros of tno Wills ssoris Bw at annaae onn
s oi sbs tolrplioaa an snsnrrapS eanrat na taOono:
Pram a peant nvntnar lium too foot of Ana
avert an Anaenf atreot an tno oest anas. ea
WnrtH to aa oartcrlr SiesrOoa U aa one Anns
of tno Bopple-BeitiB SaoJld torpariana,
aoatk of E. Aanea otrrrt on tno oast sane, a
eatooa. aach nf wtorh ta anpvaaBnatMr Its taat
to amartn. nn from tno toot nf Oak snort na
tno ojoat mao aatoaiaa to a ntRWtm alraoi
taoa to tno opon nook nf dss op Ssllia
baUStos aarnofntson anata at E Ankror
oa tne oast aaaa, Bitot aiinsm leaaialj 1666
ta Wnana. an asarko or a nmaal oa
Oak atjoat aoefc aa tno era na; and 1
6 of Oak auoot on the was
font of E. Oak oil
aaarknt by mianii at tno font of OaS S
font nf E. Oak
asS at tno
etiaat as Sen asat stna. an S
tno ton nf Oak atao oa tan noat
mil m SiisiOsa to Masncspal Dor
sine, to aa
Ba Z. at las toot at A. Waantoatoa otmnt aa
tao east ana. batoa BlPWiisalf lOB foot.
1146 font, HAS tart, 14o loot aa 1166 toot
ta I mots, a ass'U'ilJ, nn marks Br a saoon
aaont as tno (not of Oak am oa tno voat sons
aaa by a amain oa hi oak asat Dark So. I at
the loot nf E. WasBlwrl'Si atsoot oa the onat
aaaa. aa thfoa Sanaa fraa the toot af Wasa-
taa-tea auant aa the erant sV la a
the toot of BL. wi
i'TORIA and WAY POINTS
Lea Bally 1 1 scant I star as. 1 T:S p. aa.
niaeiKbd Sleepto AeeoeaaudaiaoBs
ConaerOoos Made for All KnrU an Boats
rAEE 61.66 EACH WAT. 61.00 ROOD TRIP
S'aar tVsst Ontk. BSwy. 6S4S
THE MARKIMS TRARSPORTATIOSI OO.
I H I aw of
oraasss, aa nf the
IW ZEALAND ARB SOUTM SEAS
wa Baa Se
VBJIOti B. L OO. OP REnV UAAJLRa
ana OnltWaia St, San
16S lost to
st" tho "foot"n?
sate, aa a saaomaamt oa aana-al tlneh Ba t
at the loot of E Wanainstaa ettoot oa the aant
Thai aotW a rhaarfor the
haforauaa as aartaisoei of
no rams of the amjonsa at
t as r acme txlkphov e avd TtiMilATn
By CARL. WHTTlfOBR.
IlrraVai Bai.noimo.ot of ptoat.
KOTICE a hTMy (toa tnat the ranfas tn
phoas an Teiortaph si amis ay, a oaononn
ttoa. baa arortr on no ohoras of the Cslasi '
ba rteor at a potot aa Catesabai Bsaea. as ths
Orrcoa ante, sad aim aa the Waantnftna aaaa.
a a pasat oa the oaat boaaaaty af tW Vssns
aasaely siokosias sot aa aula to pasia vara. .
es bos nag the awaa "Cabe Cvanaa. The .
PBetfla Tosepboae an TeWraph Caaanaaj
stnch au nans aaark the stadia
tne aa at as of tsv sJolaaslia floor of a
b ntbss. ap
aaiy taS foot a
a etasial aonhrrly slrorOos tanm
the said hnama aa the Oraaoa ssto at eaht Ca
aasbas rteor an bat o ana the aaraasas Sim
Tfca aatleo fsrtSasii for (ho s arena
tafumaai all Baetaaiaes af the dsirnptioa
pBrpeae af the Btuaoainu afumiL aaa
the seas ml eosas, laaataas an tattosat
srrrEKT to meet lax dis
Chicago. Jan. 17. (U. P.) Col. Jacob
Ruppert, ,. president of the New York
Yankees, conferred here today with Ban
Johnson, president of the American
league, and Babe Rath, who is playing
a vaudeville engagement here.
It was thought that Rap pert had coma
ta Chicago to confer with Jodga Landis
on ths Ruth decision, but ha had bo
information to offer relativs to Bahs's
T-TT- TTTT'ti ,.as-
t k A llil'ii "wi
nanananWasWa vm a jem 'SSI
(f(S dO (9 0017
Tort and Las Arr.U. -VTSrJ-.r"i'?l0"' V nw
the raoric Tri-mmx ajdtti sttRAf
Br CARL wwrrifOIE.
Prrsnra Bonrnatoaa a nf Ma a.
XOT1CE a hrrrby ra tnai the Paesno Toio
sa. seoils oa Ihe aant ahoso ad the Wilaaiotaa
rrarr at a noaat saaain isaaisti IM teat esata of
the aVBaaod ferry htaeja. an aaa aa ths aaa) i
saW eftheWaionwtle ror at a posat aa thap
SaOt-toa steel venae Is
KAaaatoual . WESTIOCIB
-1 prom j I
roruano 1 PortLani u iw. t.iin
is- 16 ABTTOA.8 Jan. SS Fan. Fen, 6
Fen. ltl BRI ftH Feb. IS Feh.lt Feb. t
Feh. lllLEHIQH Feb. Msa, 1 Mas. f
Tor rurthar InfaraaaUoa Apply ta
Tax AjBLl&AX LLaX. raatU Caaas Agaato '
161 TVrr street ' Fnaa Broad wsy Mil
nssiny saga aasrat oar on ports to Sanaa ear, see
Bssna the aarat "Cents Canaan. The Pnesfss
TosVphoao an Tnaapinpb Coaanaay." aatoh ana
etcas aaark the at ad ant anaoos oa the saaoae af ths
Wiilaanotte rM of a siiisai ssaisaiisn no-,
akwai an assareaah eabss. aMrrtiiaasiaey 1116
teat aa ataavh. erbsrb aai.isi il aanf noar to S san.
seal as stall anrnettoa fraa fas au aaasaaj aa
toaaot sato of tba oaal aniiaiMs (snac. aad)
to pabasba far the
toraatoa ail aseatovn af the
nmnl iisaim. atnaata en serauas af (bs sato
the rAanc ntxpnoxE akp tti xns i rm
By CAAL WTtmiOSE. .'
Pins is Benrrtn-i ai ol of Plant. ' -
TO WHOM IT MAI CdX akVS.
nana Jaa 14. IST2.
Bin ant he r I is II Is
by say vae. As