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Scandal Unearthed in
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T AFAYETTK. I ml., Jan. 10 (U. P
-L' William Diets, football coach Tt
rrdua unhwralty. was notified today by
iTtaldent Henry W. Marshall that hta
contract neat year would not b renewed.
Marshall aald hla action waa taken be
rauaa Dteta offered $100 a month to
int Pacific coast football player to
tHeta admitted the charge, Marshall
Previously the coach had made a fen
era I denial ot the claim be bad offered
to pay players.
OrrEBS PLATES". SALARY
- Marshall Issued the following atate-
"On January 1 a telegram was re
carved from Professor Leslie J. Ayers,
chairman of the faculty athletic com
mittee of the State university of Seattle,
Wash., eaylna- that Richard Hanley, as
the representative of Coach Diets, had
offered financial Inducements to several
high aehonl athletes on the raclflc coast
'to play football at Purdue university.
An investigation was immediately start
ed and Professor Ayers was asked to
forward Information in Ms possession
Which might aid In this Investigation.
r "A second telegram was received from
Frofaaaor Ayers containing Information
Which seems conclusive.
STATfcMKXT 1 MADE
"Two Interviews were had with Mr.
Diets In which he admitted the truth of
the substance of the charges, differing In
some minor points"
Acting President Henry W. Marshall
then sent the fortllowlng telegram to
Prefeeeor Ayers with the consent of the
faculty committee of athletes and the
"TeUaram of yesterday, received.
Coach Diets took step on his own ac
count to build up private organisation,
not knowing where he would coach. Ad-
r mlta he carried on negotiations for con
tract with Purdue and two other Insti-
"HI contract expired November 20,
1111, and we were about to renew con
tract when your first telegram was re
ceived. "Purdue does not countenance ac
tions Indicated In your telegram and will
not employ Diets, Hanley or any one
tse having such athletic Ideals.
. "Boys mentioned In your telegram
will not be permitted to enter Purdue.
Thank you cordially for Information."
IO TES" OFFICIAL ABE
STIRRED BT . CHARGES
Chicago, Jan. !0. (I. N. S.) "Big
Ten" football circles were stirred today
by charges of Leslie J. Ayers. chairman
f the faculty athletic committee of the
University of Washington at Seattle,
that William H. "Lonestar" Diets, coach
of football at Purdue university, had of
fered monthly salaries of 100 each to
several football players In the North-
- West to enter Purdue,
Ayers charged, according to report re
ceived here that Diets had sent George
Wilson, a star of the Everett (Wash.)
high school football team, f 100 to defray
traveling expenses to Purdue. He said
.that offers had been made to players at
Seattle, Everett. Sedro Woolley, Wash.,
and Pendleton. Or.
Purdue university authorities. It Is
aid, ara withholding negotiations with
Uleta for renewal of his contract, pend
ing an InveaUgaUon of the charges.
.r Dieta formerly was coach at the Wash
ington State college at Pullman. Wash.,
and several years ago waa a star on the
. Carlisle Indian school team.
HASLET NOreHT W1LHOS
OF EVERETT FOB PURDUE
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 20. Among the
players sought by Dick Hsnley. who was
recently offered the position as assistant
roach at Purdue, waa Oorge Wilson, the
Mneatlonal half back of the Everett
(Wash.) high school champions.
Harold Brltt and Everett Carlson, al
so members of the Everett team, were
ought by Hanley. Stendall of the
Sedro-Woolley team and Walter Dailey.
rresnman star at the University of
waahlnaton. were other playera with
whom Hanley was negotiating.
Have you seen the suits I am
two pairs of trousers? They're all
by Leopold Morse Co., Boston.
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VEW YORK. Jan. 18. U P.) Prank
11 FMsch baa aimed his fourth contract
with the Giants. It la for two years at
an advance in salary, the exact figure
not being revealed. Friah la now one
of the highest paid players on the Giants
San Francisco. Jan. 20. Nick Wil
liams has been named assistant manager
and scout of Vie Seals baseball club, ac
cording to an announcement made
Wheeling. W. Va. Jan. 2a "Greasy
Keale, coach of the Washington and Jef
ferson football team, has aigned his i22
contract with the Cincinnati Reds.
Beaumont. Texas. Jan. 20. (U. P.)
Playera Edington. Brooks and Alcock
f the Vernon club, in the Pacific Coast
league, have been secured by the Beau
mont club in exchange for Pitcher Jake
E. May and a roll of eash.
Brothers on Idaho
Team Good Players
The Fox brothers are the players the
Multnomah Amateur Athletic club team
will be called on to watch particularly
when the Winged "M" meets the Uni
versity of Idaho hoopers in the Multno
mah gymnasium Saturday night. The
two brothers have been the star for
the Gem Staters for two years and
judging from their 'performances so far
during the 1921-22 campaign they are
just as dangerous now as they ever
Coach Dewey had his clubmen going
through a hard workout Thursday night
add he is specializing on a defensive
game with an occasional spurtto keep
the Idahoans on edge all the time. The
game will start at 8:30 o'clock and
Manager J. Raymond Toomey is look
ing for a match for the Winged M" in
termediates to start the evening activi
ties. Should the preliminary contest be
arranged It will start at 7:30 o'clock.
Eastern Bantam Due
To Arrive on Friday
Frankie Webb and Jack Rose have
been signed to appear in the curtain
raiser of the Portland boxing commis
sion card next Tuesday night in the
Babe" Asher, who meets Danny Ed
wards In the main event, is scheduled to
arrive In Portland Friday afternoon.
Asher will have to do a lot of careful
training to put himself in condition for
the COnteSt. Ahr t r9rHd a. nn.
of the best bantams in the country, but
in facing Edwards he is roine tn tsmri.
with a comer.
Teams Set Up Marks
Toledo. Ohio, Jan. 2a (U. P.) Record
basketball scores for the
made at Swanton. Ohio, last night when
the Arch bold high school five defeated
the home team, 151 to 11.
Muncle. Ind.. Jan. SO. A
scoring record In a basketball game was
esiaousnea nere last night when Jones,
lorwara or the rt Recovery. Ohio
team scored 88 points against the St
Henry. Ohio, team. Fort Recovery won
iuv to u.
FORMER PORTLAND HORSES WIN
Denver, Colo., Jan. 20. Two horses
owned by J. D. Farreli, a former Port
lander, but now of SfeottlA.
ribbon for women's heavy harness pairs
i mo .Mtuonai western Horse show
Wednesday night. Prince of Ms
Princess of Mance are the nrlu winning.
Hackneys and so far during the show
uiis weea ine beautiful thoroughbreds
navo neen awarded four other ribbons.
STANFORD WINS RCGBT GAME
Stanford University, Cal.. Jan. 20.
(U. P.) The Stanford varsity Rugby
squad staged a reversal of the form
shown on the Canadian trip yesterday
no aeieaiea me team or li. M.
Raleigh, rated a first class team, by
score of 45 to 0.
Overcoats as, low
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Club in 1922
By George Berts
A PPOIXTMEXT of Thomas T. Tup.
baseball club, was announced Thursday
night by William H. Klepper. president
ot the Beavers. Turner waa signed as
assistant manager and scout of the Port
land club during the annual session of
the minor leagues at Buffalo.
Altnough Turner has never had actual
experience in running a ball club,- Presi
dent Klepper la satisfied that he will be
a successful pilot in the Coast league.
For the past five years Turner has been
the rjghthand man of Connie Mack,
manager of the Philadelphia Americans
and the developer of many baseball
stars, a number of whom Turner has un
covered. MAC "LETS CAT OUT"
The announcement disposes of the plan
to make William Kenworthy, who man
aged the Seattle club last year, field
boss of the Beavers. It Is known that
Kenworthy had received an tffer to
manage the Portland club. Kenworthy
owns some stock in the Portland club,
according to a, statement made by
Walter McCredie during the Coast
league schedule meeting Monday in San
McCredie Is quoted in reply to a ques
tion: "Sure, he may tell other people
he hasn't, but he can't bull me. I know,
for his check passed through my hands,
and it was a perfectly good check, too."
KBTJG TO REMAIN
One of the reasons that prompted
Klepper to make the appointment was
the fact that it is necessary to put things
into shipshape for the opening of the
training camp season. Kenworthy, it
is Known, is still anxious to hook up
with Portland: in fact h has an innui
of his free agent's claim, which was de-
niea Dy me national association, before
Judge Land is.
If Kenworthy's claims srA llntl.lri hv
Jud?e Landis he will likely sign up with
i-oruano. me Seattle club has offered
his services to Portland for 12500.
Manager McCredie of thu Stn
club, knowing that Kenworthv owns
stock in the Portland club, is not so sure
mat ne win play topnotch ball for the
Beavers, according tn th
made In San Francisco.
The fact that Turner has heen mid.
manager means that Marty Krug will
u ouDieaiy De retained as second base
man for the Portland club.
SIGSED FOB OJTE TEAR
Turner has signed
as manager of the Portland club. Ben
eniDe, tne late president of the Philadel
phia club, had a high opinion of Tur
Shibe did not want Turner tn sim ,,r,
wun any ciuo ror more than one period,
as he had in mind the appointment of
Turner to succeed (Vinnia iwaoir n.-hn ho-
served longhand faithfully as manager
ui me Aimeucs.
Turner will likelv start for Tnrion
about the: first of
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lng to information received from Phila-
aeipnia, turner win sign several players
oeiore starling ior Portland.
Heads Meet in East
Cleveland. Ohio, Jan. 20 (TJ. P.) The
National Baseball federation today
opened its annual session to govern sand
lot baseball, and is in for a stormy ar
Charles Herbert, New York, arrived
here late today, claiming the federation's
Manhattan franchise for the New York
baseball association of which Harry
Davega is president At the same time,
it was announced P. W. Seixas, New
York, who heads a faction which spilt
from the New York Baseball association.
nso ciaims me same franchise.
Neither group appeared willing for i
reconciliation and unless inm. itief,
national body will be called upon to de
cide which faction shall be recognized.
Directors gather today and delegates
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TOE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND; OREGON
'TtHK Annabel basketball team came
A. from! behind in th lat rivo mlnniM
of play and scored a 24 tn S3 victnrv nvr
tho Meir & Frank hooners in the Frank
lin high gymnasium Wednesday night.
The store squad led. 22 to 15. with five
minutes, to go. The line-ups:
Enckiw (6) . F. .
()-. C 2) BaUs
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iBita ...Soar.. I .nf..tti
Bcferee H. Brake.
The newly organized Vernon basket.
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at s o-ciocit.
The Junior hajtksthnll lMn nf K
North Portland Center of Communitv
Service Which meets at tha Dsvia nrhnnl
has four teams. The onening games thi.
week found the TtMf rlafAfltintr tha
Greens, 7 to 4, and the Orange team
wallODine the Blues, tins Th whlto
composed of oMer boys, played a prac
tice game with the first nuintet and lost.
12 to 6. Next Monday ntirht the hrl.
ule calls for the Greens meeting the
Blues and the Oranges playing the Reds.
The St. Johns Bachelors flnh
eighth straight victory of the 1921-22
basketball season Wednesday night when
oiumous ciud quintet was hum-
9 -to 10, in the St. Johns skating
The Bachelors are out inn..
city chamoionshiD and thev are own
meet all comers. Pnr (romoa irrltA
Manager Smock at 20S North Jersey
u or leiepnone to Columbia 578.
Jigelski (2) ,
Scio, Or., Jan. 20. In a rough game-
oasKeiDaii tne scio high school team
won from the Willamette university. 25
10. here Monday ntirnt Th. BnnH.
stood 18 to 0 at the end of the first halt
ine local high school girls have a bas
ketball team and last week they lost
' me orvains nign co-eds, 18 to 12, In
Stanford TTnivroitv PiJn ! ro1
Jan. 20. A sensational rally In the last
few minutes of play turned what looked
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iikb a. aeieai into a Zb to 21 victory for
me .aromais over the Olympic club of
San Francisco hoonera here Wndnoadnv
night. The ureliminarv eam wna wnn
by the Stanford freshmen, 35 to 10, overJ
tne saunas high school.
Rideefield. Wash Tin 9A v.i ki.k
ana itiageneia nigh will send their bas
ketball teams together In the local gym
nasium tonisht. The lrxnl h
two out of the three games played so
lar aunng me iszi-22 campaign and the
lone defeat came as a result of two
sensational field baskets in tho ast min
ute of play. Coach lies is prepared to
wno nis strongest line-up against -Kelso
The Woodstock (Plants riofoatcu Ih.
Albina Stores Midgets by a score of 23
io la ana aespite the fact that the
Midgets were outweighed almost 50
pounds to the man they managed to nut
up a stubborn defense. Any basketball
team aesiring games with the Giants
telephone to Manager Cole at the Amerl
can Can company.
The 1921-22 eharrminnnhir. nt th Tnrf
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land Commerr.ial RaaVothoil i.
held by the Montgomery .Ward tniura m
a result of a 38 to 21 victory over Lang
co. in tne Washington high gymna
slum Wednesday nltht Th PUrin
brothers, as ner uaiisI. war tn ewWna,
stars of the evening for the winners, the
i wo oi mem maKing ail Dut lour points
credited to Montgomery-Ward. The
Lane & Co.
ti. Clerin 22 ) F . .
Bochheit (2) P. .
X. Clerin (12) C. .
Schueher ?. .
Prrett (2) G. .
Howard Hobson. referee.
Willamette University. Kslem Or .Tan
20. The various avrtinnal hlirh ikWI
basketball champions of Oregon will be
invited to attend the annual intArwhnl.
as tic state championship of Oregon tour-
imment Dinea ior me local gymnasium
aiarcn lb, 17 ana is. according to an an
nouncement madn hv Rnw Tlnhter at v.
letic director of Willamette University.
The Oregon high school association has
sancuonea me lourney and It Is said
that the association will annonriu th.
affair except for the expense and man
agement, wnicn is left to Willamette.
The Centenary - Wilhur'a no.ir.tv.aii
team walloped the Sunnyside Congre-
MtlA. tA in TTT . I 1 . . .
E.ftivit, n f iu aw, v cruuieauay nigni. ine
rVnt-.Wilhnv a : j
Chance (4) P Skillen
Marcon (4) F Onatad
SZC (15) 9.'- ) Ratten
Johns 2 G ( l ) Eaiale,
aanasuom I J. J spare
iiaaper j Spare
Referee, Paul Wapato.
Ridtefield. Wash . .Tan "n a k..i,c
ball double header will be played tonight.
ine jocai gina team and the Peninsula
t-arK giris quintet of Portland will play
the first game and the Ridnfiid ant
Kelso teams will also play. ,
In th last two minutes of nliv th
Reed college senior fiv nnftrA
feat at the hands of the sophomore bas-
Ketoaii quintet py a score of 33 to 30.
The score swayed from one 5de to the
other through the game with a senior
lead predominating; In the last few
minutes of plajr the sophs made a des-
pcraia rnjiy cue io me stellar work of
Tm4 St.ff.n Ttft. .mImm s. . a. i . .
two defeats during the intramural con
tests, me sopnomores have won two
victories and the juniors have gained
one victory and the frosh have mnt with
Stone F ... -a
Foster F. ". " fttf J.
eaon c. Pattolo
Houston C Blew
Seuy G Geaham
Joseph Steach and Henry Temple were
the scoring stars of the Christian Broth
ers college Midgets' victory over the Hill
Military Academy Midgets In the C. B.
C. gymnasium Thursday night. The
final score was 14 to 10, Steach making
points and Temple C It waa the
twelfth straight win for the East sidr
and they are ready to meet any team in
uib state oi meir weignt lou pounds.
For games write to Manager Joseph
Steach in care of the college or telephone
to him at East 67SC
The Highland basketball team would
like to arrange some out of town
Write to Manager R. A. Halverson at 390
The Glencoe grammar school r.ak.t
ball team, which won the championship
of Its section, waa entertained at a ban
quet held in the school auditorium to-
oay noon, xna teacaera and the pupils
were tne nosu.. -.. - v
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Harvard to Keep Up Grid
Football Carries All Sports
fAMBRIDGE - Mass. Jan- 20, Har-
ra isn l me teasi ore itgeiy to piay
11) Baroal- smaller part In Intercollegiate foot
i. Smith I ban or other athletics as a result of that
.Albriffht! tt&i a Dm.m.. .ni ,
P01- which questioned the advisability
of "a public spectacle every Saturday
throughout the 9.itlitnn' It- pnt
.iuimii. unuereraauaies ana
Harvard alumni, undergraduates and
aider that President Lowell's ideas are
by no means anything new.
At the office of the Harvard Athletic
association it was pointed out that
Lowell had touched not at all upon the
vulgar matter of gate receipts and that
the football revenue is all that nahi
the H. A. A. to maintain the many other
sports in which the majority of students
Indulge each year.
Fred W. Moore, rradnat trum
which means boss of the IL A. A., who
supervises tne athletic schedules and
finances as well, told the United News
he didn't think "the matter was as se
rious as some, people do," although he
saia. ne agreed wun the president In a
I don t see how we can nnnnihlv run
the scheme of athletics the college
wants carried out without the receipts "
Moore said. "While the spectacular side
of college athletics nerhans Is ftinv i
be overdone I don't think the remedy Is
io cui me neart out of it.
Babe Ruth to Make
Another Attempt to
See Judge Landis
Chicago, Jan. 20. (L N. S.) Babe
Ruth, who is appearing here in vaude
ville this week, was to make a' third
attempt today to see Judge K. M. Lan
dis, baseball commissioner. In an effort
to induce the judge to lighten the pun
ishment recently imposed upon Ruth
for violation of the rule prohibiting mem
bers of pennant winning teams from
"barnstorm:ng." Ruth, with Bob Meu
sel and Bill Piercy. was fined his share
of the world's series money and sus
pended until May 20.
The "Bambino" believes that if he can
have a personal talk with Judge Landis
add explain his actions he can induce
the commissioner to modify his punish
ment Illness of Judge Landis has frus
trated two attempts on Ruth's part to
T ONDON. Jan. 20. U. P.) A warning
o w nvi, LPs- W
retain her supremacy as the home of the
world's greatest thoroughbreds unless
adequate stakes were provided on the
race course and adequate inducements
made to breeders was contained in an
address delivered by Lord D'Abernon.
speaking as president, at the annual
meeting of the Thoroughbred Breeders'
association, at Newmarket.
As long as enormous prizes were at
tracting horses abroad with no adequate
counter-balance in this country, the
best stallions and mares would assur
edly be lost to England, D'Abernon de
clared. Great Britain had not been very for
tunate lately, he said. In retaining
championships', but the championship
of the best horses In tha ;n.ii ih..
uitti riUir ann wnn in nnt v. m v. i A
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f . . . i . bum n iwuui uuing
wlat they could by skill, by knowledge
I fillH fftV BUI. H tl ttrt nAAA.i . . . 1
i j .;Miift. iicKuauw io reuiin.
LTAoernon norwxi that aHthnm a m
idea of prescription or boycott, horse
breeders in general would see to It that
exceptional liberality on the part of
race course executives was rewarded by
exceptional suDDOrt. He expressed con
fidence that the result of the operations
oi me new committee appointed by the
Jockey club would be immensely bene
ficial. 'Weiser1 Dell to
Quit for 'Movies
Los Angeles. J art 20. (Tt t Rn
Turpin, Kala Pasha and Bull Montana,
maunee laois extraorainary. will have
to iook to their laurela
William Jerome Dell has ntrri th.
Coast league baseball knows hi h.tt.r
as ."Welser" Dell, named after the Idaho
burglet where, at the age of two or three
ue nutriea pitcning ror me town team.
ine eionsratMi rwirior la with th. r..,
ter Keaton company and he has forsaken
oaseDaii ior good tie says.
BEARS SUE FRIDAY
The University of California
ball players will work out In the Mult
nomah Amateur Aethletic club irvm-
nasium Saturday morning. O. C. Mauthe,
director of physical education of the
Winged "M" institution, received a tele
gram from Earl H. Wight of Berkeley,
asking if his classwork could be ar
ranged so as to permit the Bears to
take a light practice. The telegram
stated that the Californiana would ar
rive in .Portland Friday night.
TO KIVITE TACHT ETEKTS
Cenesaeo Vayht r-liih nf TO
plans to increase interest in dinrv or
small daaa aaillna- oraift . a ..
has been called by tha club, for January
J, ai wnicn uanaoian yachtsmen have
been asked to attend and discuss the
holding of events on Lake Ontario and
the Great lakes.
BEAKS HOOPERS START XORTH
Berkeley f!oi Jan n ttt i tk.
University of California basketball team
left last night for Pullman, Wash., for
a series with Washington atata and
later with the. University of Washington.
SKI ASSOCIATION TO MEET
Chicago, Jan. 20. (U. P.) The Na
tional Ski association will hold its an
nual meeting here tomorrow. Officers
will be elected and national meet for
next year will be awarded.
Ice Skates !
Nickel plated -with hardened
steel blades-all sizes.
$2J50 and $3.00 per pair
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"Harvard hasn't 'gone In for intersee
tlonal games and doesn't Intend to. The
football team makes hut rkn rein a vm
either to Yala or to Princeton.
-, nere is a tremendous expense to the
rthletic system the college expects us to
keep up. The college furnishes us no
money at all, and the gate receipts are
what we have to depend on. The great
part of this comes In during the football
season. We lose money on the baseball
games and on many of them we don't
raise enough to pay the police. And you
can consider what we are up against
when you consider that we have 74 dif
ferent teams which participate in Inter
"I certainly don't see how the condi
tion of athletics here can be. changed
HARVARD PREXT 8AT8
FOOTBALL TOO IMPORTANT
Cambridge, Mans., Jan. 20. (U P.)
Intercollegiate football has come to oc
cupy too important a place. in the col
lege curriculum. A. L. Lowell, president
of Harvard university, declared in his
annual report to the board of overseers,
made public Thursday.
Public Interest, Lowell says, has given
excessive importance to athletic contests,
especially football, it would be well,
he said, for college authorities to con
sider afresh th TlrfcTAS nlnn. 0 ...1.1
athletic contests in the scheme of educa
Final Ring Bouts
In Amateur Events
rew York, Jan. 20. The fast fint.h
maae Dy .w York entrants In the
intercity box In r tniraimant in u.i...
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Square Garden last night gave the me
tropolis first place In the final standing.
with frti.ft. J l , .
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was second with two whn. i
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Philadelphia gained one each. The five
iinais were featured by four knockouts.
In the heavyweight class. Gordon
Mance of New York kiuvb n.,t r-i.i..
Broad of Pittsburg in the second round,
clinching the team title for New York.
Charles McKenna of New York won the
light heavyweight championship when
he knocked out Al Johnson, a fellow
iew xorker, tn the third round.
Another New York Itnnriinnt vitnn.
waa scored In the middleweight class
when William Antrobus
no we oi futstmrg in the second
round. Sid Terrls took th. ho.
weight chamnionshln hv d.f.otin. t--
Blodgett of Boston on points, in three
Edward Williama of Rn.tnn i
out Joe Bracknev of PhiiaH.inhi. h.
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WHITMAN LOSES TO LEGIOX
Whitman Collecr. Walla w.n.
Jan 20. The opening home game of the
vrnuman oasKetball season here Thurs
day night resulted In Whitman losing
a one-sided contest to h. w.iii n-
Legion team of former collegiate stars
io iv score.
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"TVISPLAYINO plenty of teamwork.
a- wun an occasional long ahot. the
mncoia nigh school basketball team
"crossed" the folio wers nf th. PnrtlanH
Public High School league by handing
u .mm ii n:gn qumtn a is to n de
feat in the Washington high gymnasium
The OnBl'.r, starts th. v
' i . ' nwi ta
converting two foul throws in the first
five minutes of play and a little later
Captatn Flynn of Lincoln made one
point The score stood 2 to I for sev
eral minutes, in. fact, until Johnny Faust
made a sensational ahot from the mid.
die of the floor. After that the Rail-
splitters remained in the lead and ended
the first half 8 to 5. .
Coach CamDbell of Lincoln mads Knt
one substitution, that of sending "Chuck"
waipole in to guard "Cutey" filad
Walpole certainly made things tough on
iue star rranxun iorwara wno waa held
to one field basket. Johnny Faust made
three field baskets for Lincoln nil
Chiles came through with five In the
uw nair alter ne had tried tn vain for
the first 20 minutes of the match to
break Into the scoring column.
The game waa faxt and vlt ln
throughout but was In no way as rough
as the Washington-Benson affair the day
previous wnen two atnietea were elim
inated for having made four n.raona
fouls. Referee Fabre kept the game
moving along nicely and did not have
any irouDie watcning over the aggrega
Uons. The line-ups :
J. Faust (8) F. . .
Chika (10) F. . .
(2) C. Salty
Flynn IS) C
L. Kauat G. . .
IS) v. ay
. . . . Hart ran
WalDOte 8ir. .
Refer. Leo Fabrr.
Troeh Ties for 3d
Place in Handicap
Pinehurst, N. C. Jan. 10. TJ. R.
Brooks of Columbia, a member of the
South Carolina state championship team,
led a field of $0 contestants by a mar-
erln of on. tnrf In th. nMllmln.m
handicap shoot at Pinehurst Thursday
and won the trophy and first money
with a score of 95. broken from the 20-
yard line. Twenty of the field broke 0
or better and finished in the money.
Frank Troeh of Vancouver. Wash., was
put away back at the 22-yard line but
tied with three others 'for third money
by breaking M. Troeh -took part In the
50-target trophy conft, later on In the
a&y una luraea in a. peneci score.
MOSTASA COACH RESIGNS
Missoula, Mont., Jan. 20. Announce
ment of the resignation of Bernle Bier
man tnrmr Xfnn.ta frhfkthall nlov.p
as coach of the University of Montana
loomail team, waa made here yesterady
Turns Wire info
Just the right
ln Annates, '
Will Heject ;
B Jack TeWck
N - rrwt sauna Sport Editor
KW YORK. Jan. lO.-Tneew pTa.
. -.,r .drmMn Players from nor
(rafting leagues will be rejected by the
three chief minor league organisations. :'
The Pacific Ccaat in annual session at
Kan Francisco, early in the week, went
in recom as unqualifiedly opposed t
my resumption of d ratting.
ASSOCIATION TO FOLLOW COAST -
Next Wednesday tho am.ri.. .
ciatkm m-tll hold a special meeting l
Chicago, and International News trrv-
ice receivea news today that lb his -Midwest
minora will vote to stand pat
on Its rejection.
Darin a nwnl mnfiwnM At th.
powers that be beld In Chicago. It was
hinted that the association lined up to
arcept the new proposal but since that
nine me wind has veered the other way.
The International lelarue which mta
here in Ftbrnarv tn ado tal at nlavin
rhedule. will follow the lead of th
Pacific Coa.nl leaaru. and turn down f Ka
rmpoil which rmifVM th draft
class AA players to ITS00 and makes
ether concessions not htcluded in the old
sysiem. jonn Conway Toole, president .
of the International league, said today
the draft question will no doubt be dl
cuseed when the league meets, but waa
aiiein. regaraing probable action.
The fact that th. i.i.n., .i
leaguers recently turned th draft down
fUt and that a majority of the owners
are against it. tndi-ati . v. .
will be taken when the league meet.
Talk of the draft oueatinn m4m .
he action of the Pacific rnaat Laaa. t.
growing scarcer aa t Inw rnM u a .Ii
many smart baseball men believe that It
I. m w w.l - . . I
mm ai important as some
have made Jt wrai and that it ha. - - - -
Many aar it should h fnrmtiMi f .
couple of years. In which event. It la
predicted. It would die a natural death.
Commissioner Landis, however, at
tached great Importance to the draft,
and will bend every effort to hava all
minora return to It.
Jersey Cltv. Jan to i x v a
Tartan Lark in. Minnesota lumberjack,
knocked out Homer Burke of Pittsburg
in one rouna xnnrsday night.
New Tork. Jan. 10. (L N. R) Pep
per Martin. Brooklvn
over Kid BulUvan, also of Brooklyn. In
iz rounas, inursday night.
Wausau. Wla.! Jan. io. Matty
Smith of Racine beat Al Dale 6f Kansas
City. Mo, In 10 rounds. Thursday night.
buu 5 the now
1 and reCncmcnta 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.
"JZ LX. h 273 Mormon St, Near Fourth