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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1920.
clash between Mk follow under the
new legal conditions.
nrimimn 1ms been wen here sever-
New York to Get First Look at
Heavyweight Champion in
Action Sinco He Won Title
From Jess Willard.
NKW TOJIK, IXC. H. A. P.)-
ul times In boutM during tho regime
of I he Fruwley law unci In nearly
every Instance the rlileatto men ac
quitted himself creditably.
Champion Ilim Improved
Some New York l)alroiiM of the lln
I only remember Dempsey an an un-
I pretention newcomer from the West,
who boxed twice at a Bronx, clubl
house and In another minor . battle
In few year auo. Ton'.Kht they will
nee ft wonderfully Improved fliihtlnR
machine, who In a Utile over four
I yenm has made his way to the top
I of the fistic ladder throuKh persistent
I hard work und who possesses all the
For the first time lnce Jack Doinp-' attributes which are necessary In the! 'he American LeuKUe for the I9S0
iiey won the heavyweight champion- make-up of a champion heavyweight I'ason, liberty Is taken herewith to
hlo. New York patrons of the fistic I onanist. I direct the attenion of the public to
sumo will have a chance of celn the! irome of the more noteworthy pcrfor
Mir fellow In action nt the Mudleonl Following are the physical stalls-1 nuince.s of this seucccHsful season.
For Second Time in 14 Years
Ty Cobb is Obliged to Give
Way to Rival; Other Leaders
in Circuit Named.
In releasing the batting records of
Square Garden tonight.
Hill Ilrennan, formerly of Chicago,
luit now residing here, Is the chal
lenger for the tltlo. These two tnel
at Milwaukee nearly three yearn am;
and on that occasion lieinpscy scored
a technical knock out In the sixth
round. - That was long before bemp
aey defeated Willard for the title.
Ilrennan stills believes that he has f-
chance to redeem himself in this bou
"I'm not afraid of Dcmpsey", said
Ilrennan a few days ago at h!a train
Ing quarter here. "Jack knows 1
gave him a good battle when wo met
before and hut for an Injury to m
ankle when I fell I could have gon
along with htm In good shape."
DentimPy In .More Hoouxl
Most of those who had seen both
men In action, -how ever, are not quite
so confident as Ilrennan on this point
Ko far aa build and measurements ",i
the men eecm pretty evenly matcheo
on paper, but when aeen In ring coa
tunie at their respective training
tiuartera, Dempesy looked to lie much- j)PC
the more robust of the pair. The
champion' weight Is more evenly dis
tributed while Ilrennan is the ruusiy
type of athlete who does not round
out quite aa pleasing to the critical
eye but glvea unmistakable Indica
tion of possessing two essentials, as
surance and endurance,
Hlnce the Walker law permitting
a revival of boxing In this state be
came operative nearly three months
ago, local fan have been looking
forward for a heavyweight bout to be
tics of both men:
(1 fl. 1 1-2 111,
S 1-2 In.
Chest i( normal!
lv- the use of a more perfect and
the elimination of all forms of trick
Ilrclllluu; ,.i,,.hl.r p,,t the nsii of the Klitttpr !
,,- V(,al luUling'wus Increused over the 1919
n 7 'i ' in average, 15 points. This, naturally
added to the uncertainty of the re
suit of any particular game or ser-
j les, and Increased the Interest of the
patrons In a corresponding degree.
For the second time In H years'
Tyrus ILuymnnd Cobb w as forced to J
.6 1-2 in.
.'. (n .yield first place to a rival In the con-
30 i -2 In ,0fU for '"dividual batting honors
23 In ' Th" "ew l,e'-. 'leorge Bisler, the
IS In "rpat flrtit baseman of the St. IjouIs
learn, imisnea wnn a mars, oi .i-."
19 points ahead of manger Tr.s
Speaker of Cleveland (388) who In
i turn was six points In front of Jo
j Jackson 3S'.' I Chicago.
III! W-lcr One of ;r"alet
Sisler's work during the past sea
I son stamps him as one of the great
I players of nil times. Participating
In every game his team played, 151,
l ie lead all In times at bat. 631; in
I Isafd hits. SS7. a new American Lea-1
gue record. Cobb's 248, made In 1911
being the hleh mark until now. He
I was also first In total bases, 3'J9, 49
double. IS triples and 19 home runs
Uutioleiuenlimt his 172 single. Tied
with Manager Sneaker lor seeon
The visitors' first stop In Northern
I California will be at Perkeley on le
!r cipher 22, where -they will spend an
hour looking over the campus of their
rivals. That night the tennis will be
put on by ome of the promoter and biipsu of (ihio State alumni nt Jan
Te ItP-knrd Is fiirnmhlng th Initial Francisco.
KTANFOltD CNIVKIISITY. Cal
14. (A. P.) The Ohio Htalo
to. ,t ha 1 1 team, western conference
champions, will be guests of Stanford
university December 23 and will prac
tice on the Mtanror.1 tun en route in . . K,red ivlth 137. first
Vasadena. where the imioans will j , nli i two bafe I
bits, tied with his fain mate Jacob- I
ion. for vecond place in runs driven
In. 12 2, second In stolen bases wnn
4 2 while he was thrown out In at-
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fcrnia learn January 1.
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tcmiita to pilfer hut 17 time.
Kven more spectacular than HU-Ici-'h
remarkable record though not
po valuable to his team wiih the
wonderful work of Ccnrne H. ltutn,
the HlUKKlng outfielder of the New
Vork team. HI " 11a he" poled f.l
home run. a greater .number than
nj- rmtre tenor In Uher-j"F-l"-
Kuo coint.Jleo. ito.ns .,.,...... u ... , .. ,,,.,s,,i(l f hSeU,.l. an
extraordinary ,. ,,.. .. .
NEW TOKK. Dec 14. Younn blood
holds the rceptre of the athletic and
Kilhnne may haired at 32, is still the
Baseball lista veterans galore who
ure iftill active, although "well up fit
yeai.-." dm Dode I'axkrt, 39; Oavvy
Craialli, 38: Jake Daolwrt. Jj; Kd
Koo etch vw3 lyj-.Olsi.n t ; I ji iry
l-h7 34: Ait Fletcher. 34; TColili
31: Tddie Collins. 33; Ping Bodie, 33.
ami Ainsmith. 3.1.
formance was the more
l ecai se he was out of the lineup In I
12 R.imes and in his 142 contests he
(was officially "at but" 173 times lesf
: than Sislcr uoinit nl.liaed to accept
148 base on balls from opposln
j pitchers while Slsler was passed but
! 4 times. It'ith croese.1 the plate
ir,s limes with needful tallies, lead-1
ItiK Speaker and Slsler who were nee-
He also ten me ica-
ithlete is considered on the black slide
when he rounds the twenty-eighth
mile-stone of his course. .
I. ike with all rules, however, the ex
cplions to this rule are. more inter
estin? than Its proofs.
Ace r!!t;lcd with youth more even
ly In the Olympic games, than in any
oilier conitst of recent years.
Take Albert Hill, for instance, the
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no. o -i nine. " . ., I n, ii is!, n.iim r who was one of the two
In ilrivlnv in runs ( I ii , ) liein . . -
the 838 thl.'tes to win tw,
thus responsible for 241 of
runs scored by the linkers. f jjil is 5-5 vears of use and retired f
"liube" tried hard for the strike m .lll.v(t,.s i,Pf,re the war, yet he
out record, fannin;? on SO occasion L,1)K, . ,.. , ,in the 6UU and ljtiu
bul was beaten out of first "honors' ;ulls
bv his team mate Ward, who whiffed j
84 limes. Meusel, -of the same team Il.ulse U:e Tritish cross country
also struck out 72 times, but .limmy, ninncr. is another imtable come-back.
Dykes, of the Athletics, finished next He is :; vears of ape and had been out
to Uuth with 73. of a track suit fur five years. Tet ne
Kdcar S. Hlce, the fl et outtteiuer ,,.urn ;i Held of yountt Moon aim won
the ?coii metre stcepiecnase.
T'hether i:i scrofula, sores, boils,
r.d eruptions; or as rheumatism
wiih agniziu pains and aches in
Hi. ibs, joints or muscles; as catarrh
with its disagreeable inflammation
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l'lrllip Baker, another SU-yecr-old
CukHi-I man. was second-in the hiph
jiitlii ..oil beat dick linoon in toe ou-
jof the Washiimton team, stole b
' I rases in 92 attcmts, his nearest
i competitor beinir as noted above, lto
lrl lloth of Washins-tHii was third in
witH i out of .16 efforts.
1 n-..; ,...Vr rlrmi. OUt U I Meet I t'l WCC11 the
l,.":LLe. ..', more than Slsler I K.wlish teams in lxmdon
j and elcht ahead of Joe .Taeksnn. who . Mm iplc names.
iwas third in the list of two-base slug-. T)( Xcw yrk ,,iiCe whales
In...... . .. I.. . ,1 .11 t.l Al..tf
vir. Jt i;all. 1 ill .iHl'Ullillll nu i-mi.
Joe Ccdeou of the Urowns was "e- , ,.,,,,,, ,.Si,,pw, 0f vet-
dllcd with 4S sacrifices us was also ' n.. llhs,.,,uiin the rush of time.
Owen linsh of Detroit. Mclnnis ol
r.oston was third with 45. The films hud Joimie Myrra, a 34-
Tris Speaker with 7 buses on bftllxiyr-ar-old jilant, who' threw the Javelin
and Harry Hopper with S8 were nenr-!j(:r u worid'a record.
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Acts as administrator of estates, or as ex
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NEW YORK. Dec. H.--(A. 1M
'Sunntfkr" Lewis of Siin .lose. Cal..
won the world's heavy weight catch as
catch cun wrcstlinif championship
here last night by throwing Joe Stechet
of Dodge, Neb., In one hour and 41
minutes, !i seconds, with head and
'hip lock. 1-iwls welshed 22S pounds,
j 20 mole than his opponent.
; The finish was spectacular. Steelier
was worn down to a weak condition
.by eiRht successive head locks In the
, last moments of the contest. He
I siiuli nied out of the fi,Nt ,,f ,hc!,e
jS5 seconds but as he arose to sttaiglit
Urn ui, lcwis sot another on a flyinn
hold, which he maintained mr 411 sec
onds. Stccher sipiirmcd out and ob
tained a bodv scissors, his lavoilti
ihold hut bv sheer strenttth Lewi
broke away und clamped on anothei
head lock which lasted 4d seconds.
I The next three were of short durn-
' Hon, but Stccher appealed weak ami
:uro!Ky as he sot lo his feet and In iin-i
'other moment Lewis got a vise-like
inrlp aro'ind his opponent's head.
: sterner stimxered 10 me ropes n-i
:frceln( himself and I.ewts koI the final
ilinlshlnit headbck and us he closed hi
Hi-fi arm over Stechcr's iieml, turned
llilm with n hip lock, threw, linn
; heavily and pinned his shoulders to the
1 mat almost immediately.
I Slechcr had the better of the first
hour's striiB-ilo und wus the mwnwwt
for m ist of the contest, on three 01-V
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