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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1920.
Dr. Wilce Declares His Men are
Ready for Tomorrow's Big
Inttrsectional Game; Smith
Says His Squad "Fit."
declared, lllalr, Ohio halfback, and
Colt, substitutes, have caused Homo ap
prehension by turning their ankles but
1 ! I it 1 1-, It wna declared, will bo able to
Hurt the Kamo and Cult will he ready
to no In whenever needed.
The Califurnlans came through the
practice, period without Injury,
On $2000 Honeymoon Hike If
HIGH SCHOOLS WILL VIE
IN SPOKANE MARCH 17-19; iiitersectlonal 'basketball
PASADENA, Cal., Dec. 31. (A. I.)
The. Ohio State eleven la In condi
tion to "go 6(1 minutes at top nieed"
Now Year'H day in Its game with I'm
verslty of California, Dr. John Wllee,
head coueh, declared last night Coach
Andy Bnilth of California, contented
lilrnsclf with saying- that his men were
lioth tenms had the lightest kind t
1 ractlce and will rest nioiit of today,
the coaches said.
Frank Wlllaman! Ohio fullback, who
ha had a troublesome knee, will bo
In (tood shape for the game. Dr. Wllew
SPOKANK, Wash., Dec. 81.(A. P.)
DuteH fur the wound unnuul Inland
Empire high school champion basket
ball tournament to lie held here under
the niisplcles of the Hpokune Amateur
Athletic Club have been announced by
Cisco Iluillvant, Hthletie director, a
March 17, 18 and 1. letters hirve
been sent to twenty school notifying
offlclalM of the dates and the regula
tions under which the tournument will
IMXKKV MITOII-Xli KKJNKI)
MILWAUKEE, Dec 31. (A. P.)
Announcement wan made today by Hil
ly Mitchell that Tex Itickard has sign
ed I'lnkcy Mitchell and Willie Jackson
fur a 15-round bout t(i a decision Jan
uary 7 at the Madison Square (Jurdeii,
CHICAno, Dec. .11 (A. I'.) The
UniverHlly of Chicago five defeated
Princeton, lf to 11, last night In the
this season. A crowd of 3!iOo packea
Purtlett gymnasium to capacity to wit
ness the Kame, whit;h wtw rough and
Chicago's airtight defense in the first
half brouKht about the downfall of the
easterners who failed to "scorn a field
goal In the first session. Chicago led
In the Hcoiins at the end of the fliHt
half 8 to 2. Th,' vlsltorH KllKhtly out
I layed Chlcaso In the second half but
were unable to overcome the lead piled
up by the MarootiH.
Ilirkhoff, the Maroon left forward,
and Mcllulre, left guard, were Htiirx
fur C'hicaKo, while lyKendi e. . the
Princeton football star, and Nett, left
forward, did brilliant work for the
TEAM REACHES SOUND
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In closing our books for the pant year,
we cannot help a feeling of grateful appre
ciation for the many kind favors received.
We hope that the old year has done well
by you and trust you will accept our sincere
ciation fo rthe many kind favors received.
i SKATTI.i:, l-c. 31. (A. P.) Conch
Sam Willlnmun and Manager (J. P.
Frost, with l.S members of the Kast
I Tech high school football team oi
'Cleveland, arrived here Thursday and
; will have a final Haht workout on
Denny field at the I'niversity of Wash-
lugton, today in preparation for the
game with Kverelt. Wash., high school
1 at Everett, Saturday.
hat m:i.so to iki-kici:f.
NEW Y'UtK, Dec. 31. (A. P. I
Battling Nelson, former IlKhtwelKht
boxlnir champion of the world, -was
granted a referee's license by the New
York state boxinjr commission today.
Nelson's career as a fishier ended sev.
tral years hko. Th commission also
erunted a license as referee to Al Keich
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Men' Riding Pant $3.45 and $3.95
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If E. M. Rlcliardj and his bride, reach Broadway by New Year
Eve. they win $2000 and this seems certain for they are already
beyond Washington where this picture was taken. They started on
their "honeymoon hike", Oct. 30 at Long Beach, Cal., wagering
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Ni:V YOliK, Tc. 31. (Hy Henry
L. rarrell, r. P. Staff Correspondent.)
I-atest In the line of spurt specialist..
is Kd "Wrangler" . I.euis, the new
heavyweiKht wrextling champiun.
Pui-s-sscd of hiiKe arms with unusual
itrenath the Riant Kent -ickian plugired
away at a headlock, studied It, perfect
ed it until it brought him to' the top of
his class. ,
Joe Stechr-r, the late champion, is
:o"tified -with a very strong pair of lew
He specialized in a -body scissors hold
that for a year was the tenor of the i
wrestling world. i
XKW YtHlIC, Dec. 31. f A. P.)
Little Samuel Pucscewski, Polish chess
wonder, of eight and one-half years
who has defeated the most formidable
masters of the checkered square
wherever the jranie is played in Europe
and who is fulfilling a two months en- ;
easement demonstrating his skill to '
American experts, has been in "train-:
ins Quarters" in the country near Nev
York muse of the time since he arrived
in this cuuntry.
The child prudisy explains, through!
a ytaff of interpreters who translate1
.-lecher would coll his Ins aimm'i j successively from the youngster's Pol
in opponent and finally crush him Into jsh inlo French or German and then'
lulimissium. -.i--.- '' - - i fjnfiliy mtu 'tfiTipe-h that a chewf play- .
Hut his less were inferior to thej,rs trainir.K differs materially from:
rms of Lewis In their recent bout for that undertaken by champions in other)
he championship.- 'lines when they put themselves into)
Lewis seven limes caught fitecher's I combat form. '
read within his arm and applied the; , c,.nris his intellectual decks
leuulock with such pressure th'tt the ; for llrtin yung Samuel does every-1
hamplon-was finally so propKy that he : thinir else withirt his juvenile capacity !
Hiaiiy went 10 tne mat ar.u lost niscxrrlt ,lI(iy chpss Thus he s ahle U.
tillp' i appear fresh aird w ith an unburdened
YUadck Zybosko was so furiously i l r.lin whffn calIed upon to match tac-'
'Hirt by the "SI rancer's" headlock in a .,iC8 wh hU 01,,)0nents, whom he ha-1
-ecent bout that inwas feared fur a,Utl,.llv tak(.s on fif.,.en lo thirty at a
while he would lose his slaht. time ' I
In the hospital he said it was thoj So' , a!nlicipatlon of a spirited tilt!
most terril.li: punishment he had ever! lh wn)p f Uw nation's foremost)
undcracne. champions, the youngster is running .
Lewis worked with a -wooden head ; ,. ,, . vMIIhfui activity from
f d the hold until it is almost without
."'cfonse. It was literally a wood bead
New Year's Eve Dance
Dancing 9 to,I
Admission Per Ccuple, $1.00; Extra Ladies, 10c
Given by . s.
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a loaf of good Bread.
4 Everything you have desired in food is
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You'll like the rich flavor
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is good to the last crumb.
At All Grocers
I playing Indian or cnasing couoniaiia
; in the fields to operating a miniature jj
) railroad system and braving the dan-:
leer of being soundly scolded by hisi;
j elders should one of his-toy locomo-j;
i lives jump the tracks and mar the pol- j
i lished parlor floor. 1 5
For young Samuel, away from al;
(chess board, to perform on which hasj;
i been almost an obsession with him t
since the age of three, is a very normal :
sort of little boy, rather shy and back-l;
ward with grownups, hut with a taste j
fur diversion a out-of-doors w hich :
would have enlilled him to place of :
i honor among the associates of Tom ;
jSiwycr, "Huck" Finn and the rest of,
the "gang." had he lien an American :
i and a contemporary of that noted so. :
eicty. , . ;
One of his favorite diversions since';
coming to Anicvica has been in learn- :
jing to drive a new automobile acu,uu- ,
1 ed for his use. '
I According to Samuel's father, who ;
... .. ..i.., '. f.,r skill in Polish :
are hopeful of a victory over the t'.rays , ' ' ' ,lllV first s,v,-d a!- :
Ititoile fur the giime at the age or three
iwhen he was taught the various moves
! ,.f ti,o ,-hessme,-. After playing trough j
I only a few games the- boy aco'iive lj
such skill that his father was no long-i
' cr anv match fur him.
' Thereafter his skill and fame in
' creased apace as one by one, lie met
aiul overcame the most formidable
j players of his native land and later j
' of tin- entire continent.
I During the war the youngster is
I said to have prcvided many an even
ing's amusement fur tlerman officers,
at' the expense of. their fellows who
'were humiliated by the stripling in in-
numerable sanies at army headnuait-
fitted up -with strong springs, said .to
1 nve a resistance of close to two hun
dred pounds. Constant work with the
wooden head during the summer
months, w hen the others of the wrest
ling fraternity were enjoying them
selves on vaenliotis, developed the
champion so in his specialty that be
won the championship Just at the start
of the season. -
GUS WFLCHWILL PLUNGE
INTO LINE ON NEW YEAR
ITLLMAN, Wash.. IKe. 31.- (A. P.l
Th" "Pear Cat!" football lam. com
posed tf .former Washington -State
college gridiron stars and captained by
Coach tus Welch, will play Aberdeen
at Aberdeen New Year s Day. Coach
Welch will play halfback In the contest
it has been nnnuunced, and the Catts
is the Genuine -and
The first and original Cold and
Grip tablet, the, merit of which
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Thejfnuine bears thia signature
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WHO PAYS THE FREIGHT?
I ALL-NORTHWEST PLAYER .
MAY GET INTO LINE-UP
1 nscw. Idaho, iw. si. (A. P-V:
; Sort officials of the Pniversliy of :
Idaho here are hopeful. Leslie Me. :
j K-llogg. all northwest fcrwnrd of sev-1;
' ci-al. seasous'past. will play again at :
j basketball thin season. An injured :
j knee kept Moe out of tho game hist :
! season but this year he has been prar- ;
j llcing l-egulaiiy nnd it is believed lie j
I will make the regular lineup. :
Pat Penine of Nes reive, lm nieci ;
of the 1'.' -'" Auierican oh nipie team. ;
and nrominaut Idaho athlete is also j
i expected to turn out for basketball at T
j Idaho this year. ;
(ltvnNl WS AT IKXKI
fl.KVKl.AND. O.. Dec. 31: (A. P.)
The Cleveland hockey team won thoj
first of a three-same series from the
I'nlversHv of Toronto team, 5 to S
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EE Butter, besit on the market, lb 55c S
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Coffee, Hills Red and M. J. B. in 5 lb. tin, lb.. . . 48c
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s Soap, Crystal White and Bob White, 14 bars $1.00
S Quaker Oats, large package 40c