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rATESMANi SAI.fclM, M!(Lrc;i)r
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1926
Te RIckard f Ordered to Go
Aheid "With" Boutr Dempsey
' v-r' Faces Mullins"
tTE..YORjK.rAuc. 13. (By
The Associated Press. ): The state
athletic commission today gave Its
unqualified approval to the Demp-sey-Tunney
heavyweight title 1at
tle a'nd-ordered .. Promoter . , Tex
RIckard to "go ahead with 'all ar
rangements to stage the fight, at
the; Yankee Stadium on September
It in spite of the fact that Demp
sey has not received . hls-vlicense
and has jno, immediate prospect pf
' getting it, " r ' .-V- l-
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While the commission was Jam
ming through this, action In a
snappy half hoar session,' declar
ing Dempsey In good standing on
all counts and .recommending that
he be jrivea hia. official permit, the
outer officer of the bo jcing 'board
were thtown into, an ttprjax ftthe
fiery tljjt between- the channplpti
and Paddy Mullins, gray haired
manager of Harry Wills, that
nearly ended In the pair coming to
, blows., . . . " 4 ,
- Mollrns, incensed' by the refusal
of the commission to ijlve him, a
further hearing and the apparent
shelving tf his lingering hopes of
matctilflK his negro with the cham
pion set of ti tlm spark., of a long
smoulderlag ! feyd,t by.- sprunlng
Dempsey'a - greetings as . ' they
bumpedjnto each, other in a crowd
of newspaper, men and onlookers. -Mullins
accused v Dempsey of
"dpuble-crossins in his various,
dealings for a match with Wills
then ?aUe.d;the champion a "liar."
as the latter mentioned sending a
telegram; to reassurance from Los
Angeles' ' last' March' on ' articles
slgnefw'ith the Colesiutn club of
- In .spite of nis white, hairs and
50' years, the squat-figured f Mul
lins jumped to his feet, his face
lighted" vf)th anger u aa .Dempsey
turned away with a .remark, that
"it's a good thing you're too old.
"I'm npt too old t to Ukif you
on," snouted .Mullins.
i "It, you won't fight my man,
, I'll f ight you.w s . , : ;
i Intervention by calmer spirits
included Gene. Normlle, one of
Dempsey 's "business agents 'pre
vented the clash, from going-further,
; bat Mullins flung, a . final
bombshell" when , he chargedU
he had been offered- and refused
150.000 to withdraw the challenge
of.WiHs for a title match now'on
file with the commission. " "I
won't reveal now who made that
offer,-butt'll do so at the proper
time. This whole thing has been
a frnmHTn mil T o n ' -
ar ..v fr w w ib
The'4flareup between Dempsey.
au nimbus provea tne most dra
matic event of the day, nut caused
scarcely mpre- sensation . than a
new rif between tie members of
the athletic .commission and the
license committee thus upsetting
prospects that the champion would
be granted -his . license- to fight
Tuhney. . j
. Today, special , session of, the
commission called at the behest of.
wuimgioaer ueorge JS. urower,
was designed to iron out what
were presumed to b the remain
ing differences, but the refusal of
the Meets officials. Colonel J. J.
Phelanl and.' Colonel D. ' Walker
Wear,.toJatjBind. Reaves the final
. outcome Of the controversy still Jn
' the air. . ! ; : y
Cplonels PhelAn" and Wear, not
only; Wifatl refused to sit with
the conjjilssCon. but exhibited an
, attitude of antagonism which'con
vlnced . observers that they are
likely to reject Dettpsey's license
application. 1 . : .
, .Colonel Phelan asserted he be
lieved It advisable in the interest
of all concerned that each" body
function separately but Colonel
. Wear expTessed!: himself,'; more
, forcibly in "his reply to NCommis
sipner grower's invitation to at-
; tend today's ;ineeUrigtl :V (
"l ?cPy (regtet jhat;3u did
not havoth; public interests in
; mind, previous to your wre of to
day, ' and, I . could not under any
condition , so , far , forget ,:my, self
respect -by niee tin g wit n, ' the ' ath
letic commission.' ,!t,- s
The license committee,' accord
ing to ''Colonel .vPh'rtanwUf'Bot
meet, before, next . Tuesday to re
consider i Dempsejr's ' application
but. XommUsioners Brower'and
William Muldoori, wfio fofte'd to
day's; action over the - dissenting
voice or . Chairman James A, Tftr-
ley, toadeit, plain . they wm leave
bo stone nnturned to clear . the
path tor the Dempsey-Tunney con
test.'. .. 'V- , iWY .
PhiHpjflheL ConslaliiiJscy;... ;t
: Finds Moros Troublesome
. . ; MANILA -The Philippine coiw
sUbuUfy;, thepolice' torcebt the
Islands; numbers, 6,325 enlisted
men. and 396 officers.-The annual
" Teport of Brigadier General Rafael
Crame. head of the . force, shows
2.4 le-f constabulary Ja Mindanao
and Tula.' waere ' the Moroij are
most troublesome. -. ' r,
,The enlisted personnels entlre
ij -Flipino but a number of Ant
ertcan officers are In the service
from the rank of colonel 'down to
vjhird lieutenant,; .
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Seattle : Defeajtec- 4 to 1 i
Oaks Win Front Senators,
Beavers 4; Seaale r
. SJEAttLE Aujg l?.(By VAs
sociated Press.) --The Portland
base ball club landied hard on Jim
E3llott, pride 'of SJeattle's hurling
staff, "in" the. second innlng"cere
today and 'won ! tbie ga'me. '.-Tie
beavers t got , four : hits aid three
runs 'off Elliott In the second and
he was replaced by Martin, who
fnturii 'gave .way to Peters. The
Indians lone score was In the 9th.
Score ' . R. .H; E.
Portland ' , 4 8 0
Seattf X i-'.v . ; . I . . . 1-7 0
- Payne , and Wendell; Elliott,'
Martin Peters and E. Baldwin Jen-
$ , . Oaks 4i Senators O .
OAKLAND, Aug. 18. Shuck's
blanked the Sacramento 'Senators
here toda.yTwith hreehita andl the
Oaklanders took, the lead . in. the
series by scoring a 4 to 0 victory.
Score R. H. E.
Sacramento 0 3 1
Oakland . . ...4 8 1
l Vinci Keating and Koehler
Pruetfr and Baker.
Stars 11; Missions O
, SAK FRANCISCO", Aug... l?.r i
HollyVpo(d rKfVe I the Missions 1 a
1. to.'. 5 Vallopinjf .today ftp. capt ure
their third straight game of the
, Score R. H. E.
Hollywood ..11 14 1
Missions 5 9 4
Sihgleton and Cook; Ludolph
Bryan and Walters.
Seals 15; Angela 8
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 12. San
Francisco' evened its base ball
series, with. Los Angeles here to
day by drubbing the league lead
ers IS to 8.
Score R. H. E.
San "Francisco .15 21 2
Los Angeles 8 14 1
; , Moudy, ,M Itchell and : Vargas ;
Stroud, Day and Hannah, Read.
BHI HIDED 1UI0
Philadelphia Athletics Win
Beat New York
Athletics 5-3: Boston l-O .
BOSTON." Aug.: 12 By Xsso
ciated. Press,) Philadelphia ve
the Red Sox a double setback, liere
today, defeating' Boston 5 to 0 'in
the second game and 5 to 1 in the
First, g&me R. H E.
Philadelphia ........ 5 10 0
Boston ........ 1 g X
Ehmke and Perkins; Wiltse,
Winfield and Gaston, Bischoff. ,
Second game - R. H. E.
Philadelphia :. 5 ;12 . 0
Boston '.,....... 0 v $ t
, Rommell and Cochrane; Welzer
fiuseeu ana o loses.
' Senators Si' New York 2
. WASHINGTON, Aug. 12. The
Senators" made ftj three ih a row
from Kew..York. today, winning 5
Score R. If. E.
New York 2 3 1
Washington ........ 5.6 0
i Beal, McQuadie and Severeid;
Murray and Tate.
' Cleveland 5; Chicago O
CLEVELAND,. Aug. 1 2. The
second, time" this season Miller
handrid .Chicago a shutout .When
Cleveland defeated the White Sox
5 to 0.;-- !- -t-'.-v; v ,
I ScoreT- R. .H. E.
Chicago i.:... Q v 9 : o
Cieyelaud .. .r... r 6 12 ' o
1 Faber. ; Thurston and - Schalk;
Gawboskl; Miller and L. Sewelll
St. Louis 7 ; Detroit 3
's ST. LOUtS,' Aug:; l.-LThe I "St.
Louis Browns slugged Tiard today
and , defeated ;tha Detroit-Tigers
7 to,; M :": - ' 5 . ;
Score - R. H. E.
Detroit u 2 " 8 2
St. Louis -A : T"io e
; .Stoncr and Bassler;' Ne vers and
SchangTH, a'-'l-:;: i
Royal LondomYacht Clubr
"Qffetjze for $hips
LONDON. Sir ,Caarles llom,
acting Commodore of the4 Royal
London Yatch. Clab, has offered
to give Vcup;taluedt lQ0 'guin
eas foe a race between Co'mmind
er . Martina 44 ton cutter "Jolle
Brise And 1 the- four ;lmef ican;
competitors. whot have entered, for
the Ocean race . ,tq FfstQct 1 in
August. ; ...:., .
"Jolie Brise;,-: recenUv crossed
the Atlantic - tcytake , parVSi-tlui J
rew York Bernjuda, ykchjt , raeV
- w 1 i. i .i . wf
- What, a .man does between 7
and midiightjlells yda 3ut what
V J'VwVk WAAA. ,.Ah ',,.''l'-va1s,M
1: . VrX t A.
Harvey Hendrick, once found
will join the Brooklyn Dodgers next i spring. Hendrick has
f'made the big league bosses like
ball around Southern league lots
New Orleans. The Yanks and
Only One dame Was Played
Yesterday ' in National '
Reds 5; Phillies 2
? 'PHILADELPHIA, -Aug. 12,
By Associated Press.) Cincin
nati won the series from Philadel
phia by taking the edge game 5
May and Hargrave,
R. H. E.
6 14 2
2 12 4
NEW. YORK, Aug. . 12. Chi
cago at New York postponed rain.
OIL RESERVOIRS FIRED
LIGHTXIXG STRIKES TANKS,
1 SEVERAL, PERSON'S HURT
COFFEVILLE, Kans., Aug 12.
(By . Associated Press.) Several
persons were injured and a small
patfic started at. 8 : 3 0 o'clock to
night here when the burning oil
tank at the Prairie Oil and Gas
company's farm near here boiled
oyer. pending burning oil several
hundred feet in the air.
The-35.e0 barrel tank which
was struckihy lightning and' sot
on fire early this morning had at
tracted nearly 2000 persons to tlw
scene. Cars were' parked nearby,
the curious spectators flocked into
the farm and efforts of employees
to keep the mback were futile.
PHILLIES LOSE TO
I First Grade Tires
'i These special prices are
low for tlees of this-quaK
ity. We can-eire thorn
because we buy for a'
$ chain of stores and ho-
i cause we have no sales
t men's expenses to add to
- the selling price. -
.30x3 Oversize . . .S SJtO
30x3 H Giant Over-
32x4 Oversize . .
3x4 Oversize l. r . . sojss
U 82x4 H Oversize 23.80 v
f ? 33x4 H Orersize . ; Z5.00 1 1
83x3 Ovf rsize .... 33.D."5 V
33x3 Oversize . . 33.0O
sx4149.BIIoob . . 11.GO
20x4.3 Balloon . HUtt.
30x4.03 Balloon . . 17J23 -
) 30x3.23 BHQOtt , . , 1S.50;
-4iX9 Jialloon . 19.10,
1 33X0.OO Balloon ;- , SOSO
COMMERCIAL v -
3 and COURT STS. --'
JSL. , . , . h ' -v. - 1 4 Tl i
t... ....!,. ... -T . t - - .r
wanting as a big league ball play
it" by the way he hab slammed the
this season while playing first for
Indians once decided Hendrick
APES BR0DIEJ IS DEAD
lOO-I KT IMVE IH! FATAL TO
ST. LOUIS WORKMAN
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 12. (By As
sociated. PresB.) Several men
here tonight stood op a Mississippi
river boat landing discussing
Steve Brodie's famous dive from
the Brooklyn bridge.!
Robert MacDonaldi iron work
er, thought the featj could be imi
tated from the Merchants bridge,
With the low stage qt the river, the
railing is about 100! feet fo'm thj
MacDonald Quietly left' his com
panlons and soon, hey saw him.
climbing a, railing on the. bridge.
Shouting "here goeja," he dived
from the bridge $ut after he
struck the water iri ! an awkafd
position, his body did . not reap
pear. Efforts to discover it have
been . unsuccessful..
Ambitious Artists Now
Have FreeiSates Gallery
CHICAGO. A new. department
for the encouragement, of strug
gling artists has been, opened in
the Chicago Art Institute called
the , "Acquisition Itibpm, whfere
objects of art of museum quality
are shown. Friends! of the Insti
tute or of .other 'museums are in
vited to purchase fojf the Institute
collection, or for their own homes.
: It is somewhat of 4 sales ga'llery'
except that its space N limited and
thtisits facilities for jppssible com
petition with commercial galleries
are restricted. The exhibits shown
there will be wffat te Institute
considers "museum pieces' of gen
uine merit. y i j
; Med ford" Work feeing rushed
on new Seventh Davi Adrentint
school on Phoenix.rpajd,
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...68 52 ' .523
...63 64 .496
t:..63 69 .477
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A noticeable increase Mpb"r
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JLou'er. transportation cost -.r -.--fturTlJ - Tt to .cart.ta.Z ' ;
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Junior Welter Chamr Has
; 'Dpponeht. on Verge of
Knockout in t Fifth .
MILWAUKEE, Wis.; Aug. 12.
(By Associated Preiss), P1?
Mitchell, junior welterwelght
champion, decisively w h Ipped
Tommy ' White of "Port Wortn,
Texas, in a ten rounid. bout hero
tonight. Mitchell hail the Texan
on-the verge of a knojekout In the
fifth and again In, the tenth, but
the southerner's' excellent condi
tion and the bell saved' him. ' .
The bout"" stajfted fast . with
Mitchell hooking a long. left to
head and body, crossing bis right
with telling effect to thehead and
crashing a right uppercut to the
In tbQ fifth round, he clipped
White with a hard left hook . to
the chin, and followed this with
volley of body punches, and a stiff
right, to the;. Jaw which had his
opponent In a bad way. '?
White Yeathered tire storm and
came out strong" for the seventh
vtpemew:qregei: an vl jl
- eiAtry Dlanlc iTorii
I ?si ?ptmg eolployees of the Genera! Jbafonwtej wo-kw idrti Wori.
;t Petroleum Ckro6ration and their SSfi-
which, was V slowj affair As was
the"' eighth, ' both of. which were
everil ' i In the ninth and tenth,
Wnite took a seveire pummeling
In tbo tenth Mitchell punished
him with 'smashing ! hooks to . the
body, which weakened White - to
such an extent 'that i he slipped to
thp ean-vas in '"hiscprner ; buC ,was
up In a mbm4nt During the last
half ' of; the itehth, round Mitchell
tried Jiard for a'ltnpckout but was
unable to get, over, the" pufiQh on
his staggering opponem. f , n ,
' Mitchell won eight rounds and
two were" even in .the opinion of
newstjaner. men" at the ringside.
Mitchell.' weighed 145 pounds' and
white ;r43 v;rv.i j-v
PORTLAND, Or.i Aug. 12.-
ap) -Wayne -Big" Munn : took
two straight faHs'i from Pat McC
Gill, .Mrishl champion,, and Joe
Toots Mond, the wTa$tlink cowboy,
won one fall and the decision from
Howardf Canton Wtne iofMowa in
ar heavywt-ight wrestlln g 'card here
tonight:-" ; If - i:.
REV. STJIVEJRS Ttt SPJE1K x
E'UGENE, Or., Angri2jp(A9)
Dr. E.' V. Sitvers, pastor of the
First" Christian' church of" Eugene;
will be the speaker at the "Trail
to" Rail" program 'Of the "Portland
chamber of commerce, Monday,
August' 16. ; 1 11 " ' - "
voiir'dealei to Vc",miItpcu -
F rMto U
My mtnitWi fM tk. tv M
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Nam ' y . i :
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Portland 4 ; Seattle 1.
Sanl FanQlsjco 15; Los, Angeles 8 t
Oakland 4j :Sa'cramenfo 0.
Hdllywood 11: Missions v 5. '
' "' National. League
Cincinnati 5; Philadelphia 2.
Only, one game played.
' American League
Philadelphia 5-5; Boston 1-0.
Washington 5; New York 2.
Cleveland 's; Chicago 0.
St. , Louis 7;:Detrolt 2.
Vienna Bacnelors Ray 65
:. Cfrits a Month for Rooms t
" VIENNA. The.; socialist muni- '
clpal government-' of Vienna come '
to therescue? of ' bachelors. Herei
after it is decreed that all single '
men shall be entitled - to special .
bachelors quarters in each of the'
the municipality, at a, rental, of.
only sixty-five cents a month.' "
I shall consist of one living room
; lit. t. . t- . . t . 1
past were obliged, to pay the same
fates as'a whole family. ' -
Hla ! Caattft
- tea wOl b wde4 hr Gm
Corpormtioa far tha nam Out la
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