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,-; ' DAILY EAST OENLrPENDLETON, OEEOON.- FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1920.
PEWTERCROIXOERING - . ... p .
WINNER BY ON
Southern California Runs Up
score Against Lemon
Yellow; Cougars Overtake
Nebraska In Final Period.
PA8ADK.YA, Cal., Nov. 26 (A. P )
The University of Oregon football
Z Z uwwn 'O wt ut the hand,
f the li.lver.Jty of Bouthern Callfor-
..... wi on Tournament field hero,
but Jt was a fJeht to the final whistle
... ., , v. 9. i; uregun, 0, wm
u earned pointH una while most of
sme was played In Oregon terrl
lory, there vu not a moment that c
. C. could. lackea either defense or
A crowd estimated by the game
management at uhout 25,000 persons
w gathered under a cloudless sky. In
a temperature that militated against
Oregon, ud to a cooler climate and
a heavier field,. The northern vlsliom
fever succeeded in forcing the ball
over the needed yardage for down and
their calm were nearly nil made by
kicking. They did not complete a for
ward pass while the Trojan succeeded
with two, one netting- the I ant touch
down. There, was Hinall choice In line
strength, nelttier tcuni being able to
Rain consistently by smashes, although
the Trojans forced the ball through on
down several time. The Interference
was less evident than the utrength ot
the teams would have led 4he specta
tors to expect. , Many time e-unncrt
had no protection and especially when
backfield men stopped kicks.
W. 8. C. SI. Nebraska 20
. LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. :. By the.
cant margin of a single point, Wash
ington rUate college of Pullman. Wash,
('efeatcd Nebraska on the football field
In a game that wound up the local
season. Tho final score was 1 to M,
and It pretty accurately measured the
strength of the two eleven. It was a
hard fought, clean-cut battle, with the
rrsult In doubt from tne kick off h at II
the final whlKtle blew. Ourfplayed at
1 ne mart ny tne neavier .venraska men,
Washington spurted and before the
game was 10 minutes old reversed the
Nebraska's Initial touchdown came
within the first four minutes of actual
play. A forward pass by Washington
Was Intercepted by Fullback t)ule, w ho
made a clean catch, and dodging the
tacklcra shirtcd Jeft cud, shook off In
terference and with splendid Interfer
ence ran 80 yards for a touchdown.
Day kicked an easy goal, and Nebraska
spirits rose high. Then came the sur
prise. Washington Mate which had
been expected to play the open game,
settled down to hard etralisht football.
Kiartlng from the center of the field,
the westerners never paused in their
stalght march down the field unt'l
dills went over for a touchdown and
Kkandan kicked the goal.
The fourth period' brought the fire
works. Nebraska, apparently a tittle
over-confident and a mite careless,
gave Washington the opportunity their
gritty end men had been waiting for.
Reversing the former style of line
plunges, they put on an exhibition of
forward passing and short end runs
that fairly daxxled the bulky Nebras
ka and when the aerial paesage of
the ball failed to quite carry them
over, Sax Mclvor and Glllls were on
hand with the necessary punch to drive
'the well drilled march aheud.
llrauYk Tram cannot Fkwrtt
rfTTsnUHQ. Pa., Nov. i. A. IM
The Pennsylvania State college foot
ball team, favered to win over tho Uni
versity of Pittsburgh, was held to a
scoreless tie' by the Panthers at Forbes
field. More than 25.0(10 Demons, the
largest crowd In the history of the field
witnessed the buttle, which was a fight
lo a standstill from the start until the
final whlstlo. Neither Penn Htule nor
i'ltt huve been defeated this season.
IK.blc's Crew V.ill(iM'd
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 26. (A. P.)
Battling In a sea, of mud, the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania defeated Cornell
2S to 0. A drenching raiu ailed to
drive the crowd from the stands.
Cornell whs ablo to advance the ball
past mldfield Into Philadelphia's terrl.
lory but once during tho kiiiuo and
presented a ragged defensive. The
lied und Blue lino was Impregnable
ind succeeded 4u blocking the three
Colorado Ag-glee ( lianiH
UH.VVEH, Colo., Nov. 26. (A. P.)
The Colorado Agricultural college
clinched the championship of the
llocky Mountain conference yesterday
by defeating the University of Denver
in a spectacular gume, 14 to 0. The
Aggies scored two touchdowns In the
He is I, ndisputed Champion at
Sidestepping Bouts at All
Weights and Conditions Says
United Press Sport Man.
'Sure enau&t'flte old lus
-wont .back on mc
IT WAS a wnl,
OF A bill and the. old bus.
I.EAVE.WVOKTH. Kalis., Nov. 26.
(A. P.) Jack Johnson, fort.,er heavy
weight boxing tltleholder, made hit
first ring al.pearauce in the United
Wales since he fled his native country
II years ago when he met two oppon
ents Thursday afternoon as a feature
event of a boxing show staged In the
open air at the federal prison. It was
the general opinion of newspapermen
and boxing critics that Johnson th In
good condition still retains much of
his cleveress and punching power.
Johnson knocked out Frank Owens.
negro of Chlvugo, In the last round
of a six round bout, and after a few
minutes intermission, took on "Topcka
Jack" Johnson, also a negro, for four
rounds. "Topcka Juck" was
WIIITMW 7, WU.I.AMI.TTK 0
8A1.KM, Or., No (A. P.) In
a spectacular game on nwecuanu
field the Whitman College football
team defeated Willamette university,
7 to 0, Tllton making a touchdown
after a series of end runs lu the first
If. minutes of play. Whitman's totul
yardage was 13s und Willamette's Hi
end In the last half Willamette maae
Is vards to five by the Missionaries.
The Walla Walla team
NKW YORK. Nov. 26. (By Henry
L. Farrell, U. P. Staff Correspondent J
In these days of non-flghtlng cham
pions, Johnny Kllbano hlstronlc ex
pert and erstwhile Cleveland politician,
wins the pewter "Croix do Xtlng.
He's the undisputed champion of
..II weights and classes ut avoiding 1
ring engagements. Healing through;
I the small-time circuits with a vaude
ville act in which he dances, sings and grjijy BUZZ wagon,
plays a violin, the feutherweight cham-1 . .
plon of the world has 110 ear for offers
of Tex Klckard and the challenges of
a pair of first class contender.
The chumplon told the writer dur
ing the world's series that he had re
ceived no offer from Ulckard, hut that
he was not disposed to rink his title
iti the east, where he figures there I
nothing but prejudice against him. In
a decision bout eastern fans sincerely
believe that he would lose his title
against either Hilly Do Foe. the tft.
Paul little fellow, or Andy Chaney.
De Foe with his slashing attack, his
clever boxing and his obvious desire to
do his best every minute, made a tre
mendous hit on his first appearance In
New York recently when he battered
Ralph llrady almost Into a pulp. Brady
neighed over HO pounds and he wan
later suspended for tailing to make
weight by the New York State Com-
Coming out of Madison Suuare Oar
nen after the bout the fans were unani
mous In Bsmethlng like this 'That De j
Foe Is a real boy. We want to see him
. nie ...ore. Wouldn't he make a mese
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I De Foe was unable to get a fight lu
his class in the middles. est and he had
to mingle with lightweights and wel
terweights. Ulckard Is having the
same trouble In getting the feather
weights of the east to go against him.
Andy Chaney is another good boy.
outweighed Bugs around here are confident ne
would finish the champion in a fifteen-
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NEW YORK Eastern football experts are unanimous m the
eplnion that tbe most sensational play they hoe witnessed this yeat
sa that which resulted In Princeton's first touchdown against Gil
Tsle oa Not. it. Here's a diagTam of the trick play which Tad
Jones. Yale eoMll. and Tor". Coy tavented rears ago to help defeat
Princeton aad then forgot N. Lourte and Keck resurrected the fake
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round no to a decision. . Eddie Mead.
Chaney'a manager, i-aused a lot ot
omuveinent recently with a novel ad
.vertiains stunt. to. force the .champion
Irto a fieht.
He spread lirnailca;t notices, liearinn
the picture ami description If Killane
and offering $IO"n for his 'capture."
"One thousand dollars will 1 paid
by the undersigned (Eddie Mead) to
any person who captures Johnny Kil
bane and delivers him Into the hand
of Andy chaney in any ring of the
L'nited States." the notice read. Kii-1
lane has run away with the feather-'
weight title of the world, which is pub
lic property and is known to be hidlns, j
'Munewhcre in vaudeville at me pres
Many Ihur diainps llivls
"Kilbane is about S feet, i Inches tall
and weighs In the neighborhood of 10
pounds. His hair is fast turning white
from worry to which Chaney has sub
jected him: his left ear is slightly
cauliflowered and his nose bears testi
mony to the punches which have
bounced off It. Kilbane is a very natt J
dresser. lie has a penchant for nrown
suits and always wears a brown velour
hat. A fraternal pin is worn in the la
pel of his coat. He wears a large dia
mond in his tie and another on the
fourth finger of his left hand."
For the good of the game. Kilbane
should retire and pass on his crown It
he doesn't want to give other boys the
chance that he was given. It is easily
understood why the champion is not
as keen about boxing as he was when
he was laying the foundation of a bank
account that now must be close to
1:150,000. He Is now Independent!)
HI wealthy and while he Is making very
little money out of the ring nis tine a?
champion, is helping him to cash in on
a vaudeville act.
Kilbane refuses to make weight tot
anyone und this may be the one big
reason why he refuses to come to New
York. It Is becoming an incepted be
lief that ho cannot make the weight of
his class under any conditions.
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college football elevens are ready for
jS their game to be played in the new
ESS Washington stadium Saturduy. and ac
IS cording to the coaches, no excuses can
Ijp offered by either team for defeat.
S Washington's regular lineup will take
E the field against the easterners, Couch
SS Allison announced last night. In ud-
dition to the regulars, all the substl
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ed tho Judge's decision in a 12-round
bout with "Butch" lirundt of Brook
lyn, Thursday. Brandt substituted for
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