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PAGES 7 TO 10
PAGES 7 TO 10 ,
FIGHTERS ASK HEAVY
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON," TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4,
Salary Like President's is De
manded for Championship
Bouts and Ham and Egg
Fighters Want Champs' Pay.
NT) WTOMC, Jan. 4. (Ky HK.N'nY
FAHP.FXL. United rrciw Hlaff Cor
respondent) Niwr KlKhud American
promot? and greedy hoxers are do
Inir their bent to bite the hand thet'i
'K I .
ore iiomaniunK Hum
nearly the rIko nf the 1'renident' Bin
ary and Just, ordinary "pork and hoan-
rrs want more than the old chnm
plona luted to net.
i-romoiem are lvlnr them their
prloea and soaklmr the public fur It.
ina puhlie la getilnit tired of lie
lti anaked, as Tex KU kard, premier
New Vork promoter, recently learned
.If Hickard didn't lone money nn the
Dempsey-Brennan fight at $5 r,io 25
a head, he came vey clime to it.
While these factor are killing the!
game In America, conHtrnrtive meas
ure are being taken In Europe to pro.
long Ita life,
French fight fans, alnce the war,
have been experiencing the same ex
tnrtlon from the promotera and box.
er that the Americnna are being
put through now.
JIvnHi lima Solve Prol.lcm
The French fana Just stopped pay
Ing the exorbitant freight for box-
err paitaage to fortunes and the pro.
blem waa aolved.
noxing la nourishing now In France
becaua the promotera were fHr alght
ed and realized all chances of making
money would be hut by prohibitory
legislation If they didn't cut price.
- They cut down the demand of the
fighter and thua decreaaed the price
of the "gate."
The beat fight that cnxt the equi
valent of 1 ahortly after the war are
now only 16.
In Knglund, characterise Britlan
Idea are being Incorporated Into lawt
to aafeguard the Interegt of the pub
lic. At a recent meeting of the Brit
ish Hoard of Roxtng Control, whlcn
repreaenta every professional and am
ateur boxing body In Kngland and
which control the eimrt It waa vot-
d to:' ..
rienlstcr all qualified referees.
Subject all referees for examination
HcKlHler all official, and Judge.
Have all official appointed by the
. iiiM-a nero niso umeuded o
mni jo member shall enter Into n
contract wllh any boxer or boxer
lor a content tiniler the term of which
ine mixer, . If he loses, may receive
an amount larger than or equal to the
amount he la to receive If ho wlna."
Kuch a thing a a certain um, win.
loae or draw thereby will not be tol.
erotod In JOngland.
PcrtwutaKir HiihIh HoiiKlit,
Itlg New York promolera are trv
lug to Induce the boxers to flirhl for
n percentage of the receipt and have
the price of udmiaalon within the
iei.cn or trie "two dollar fellow" for
wnom the Walker hill wa passer
Tex Itlcknrd, who la charging the
highest admission prices for hi shows
In Madison Wquare Garden, I too wise
not to see the swing In senlmeot.
"1 can't understand It," he said
recently, "lioxers who will go west
or around New York state and fight
for two or three thousand dollars
come to me and demand $20,000 and
1.10,000. They apparently figure that
I have a big house and am making
a fortune. I am willing at all llm.
to give them sixty per cent of the re
ceipts, thirty-five to the winner and
twenty-five to the loser or any other
split they agree on. Just a soon as
they agree to do that I'll give box
ing shows at theatrical prices."
HIGH SCHOOL BASKET
. MEN AFTER Ml
First Game, With Walla Walla
is Set for Friday Night;
football Now Out of Way
and Boxing Talk is Out.
TEh MONTH, Cal., Jan. 4. (A. V.
lletween 20 and 30 polo ponies ar
to be shipped from Honolulu Janu-
inn came nard for the boya o(
the I'endleton high school basketball
team ycslerday evening when practice
wa resumed for the game on Prldav
iiKnt at walla Walla. Two week of
rusticating have put the bovs back
iulte a way in their training and this
week preparation, according to word
fiom the outh hill, will be a strenu
The Walla Walla game will be the
first contest for the green and gold. It
promises to be a tough one. The Wa
ll! bunch hat been hard at work sev
eral weeks perfecting n basketball
quintet that i out to tuke Washington
Pendleton has a squad of five firsi
mi ois, experience! men to rely on
Jen Terjesnn. guard from last year,
is expected to keep out of ihe game foi
the rwt of the season. His fellow
Players have had but little real worl
Myron Ilnnley and Kenneth fitenda
will likely hold forward berths when
the boys take the floor. The former l
ftist and accurate and a fighter. The
li.ler is also fast but flushy. JJetweri
til.; two of them uite a few point!
should roll In with support from th
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young mother has net
v often asked herself the ques
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gye my baby for constipation?" It
is a very important question, as con
stipation is the basis of most ills of
infancy and childhood.
Give half a teaspoonful of a com
bination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin. You can obtain it at
any drug store under the name of
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It a
mild, gentle medicine that children
willingly take, and a bottle that costs
only sixty cents is enough to last an
average family several months.
ur. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has been
usea py minions of mothers, for the
others, for the nri.
scrtpuon nas been sold in drugstores for
thirty years. It is the same prescription
Dr. VV. D. Cu dwell, whole nnw in hi(J).,.l
year, used in his extensive practice fo. WCMTi
minion oonieswere boughtin!rjgstores,
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ary g for Del Monte, according tolr"Ht of 'h" team. Iiwrence, at center
word received here from Walter P. h1 fS'"A form but lacks the fight tha
Dillingham of the Hawaiian Polo
According to present plans, the pon
les will be trained here until here
until late In February or early In
March- when the Hawaiian players ar
rive In matches.
Hawaii has not been represented
in a mainland polo tournament for
several years. On their Inst visit the
islanders put tip a good game and
left a very favorable Impression.
The 1921 California polo season or
flclnlly opens here January 2 with
an Invitation tournament that will
continue until February . The an
nual tournament will be held here
from March IS to April 3.
The Hawaiian player probajily
will compete against teama from
eastern Canadian and American cit
ies and Mexico.
1 QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION j
It's a Nice Thing to Know
that at this store you never have trouble in
finding at the right price, all the season's best
fruits and vegetables; if they're on the market,
we have them. v
You are already familiar with our extremely
low meat prices, groceries cannot, be purchased
for less lsewhere.
Pendleton Trading Co,
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
get the ball away from the other fel
low Cahlll, at guard, is In a new ulact
but gets around In good style. Kram
ei, at the other gaurrt. Is the hardcg
scrapper on the floor and, while h
la.-ks the stellar qualities he showee
in football, trains nurd and plays con
sclentionsiy. "Vlth the New Year day games al
tucked away, football can now be for
fto'Jen without qualm. Nineteei
twenty proved a good year for Ohb
but the first day of 1S21 was the em
it their wonderful list of victories
Not only did the t'nlversity of Califor
!,ia trim Ohio Htate's untrimmahp
t.'em at Pasnlena, 28 to 0. but Kveret
IliRh School gave Kast High, of Cleve
bind, a 16 to 7 defeat to lake home
The W'.t virtually placed Kverett In th
sc:.t of high school champions of th
muntry. And Waltsliurg wanted I.
irom all Indications Pendleton wii
see the padded mitts flying ere the
breeze from the south Invite B. V. D.'s
and straw hats. Not alone has th
American Legion felt the cull of the
Mpihred circle and taken steps to pr-
j sent nnotner card, nut uan peters ant
nieniliers of the Pendleton Athletlt
I'luh, arc talking of staging some box
I m talent. Baker fans who were re
cently here, offered to mulch some o'
the boxing talent from their city will:
'I he long "winter nights are condu
cive to a boxing 'smoker and whei
Iperc Is nothing to conf'lct, the fani
will turn out. The local I i'gs like hlg)
clasi Hulf but if they wi'i not suppori
It with their money, fewer Imported
boxer .'II have to be the rule. Then
aio a let of boys In these parts whi
have evuyihlng but a two columi
nevs:.aper cut of themselves and t
press e.gf rt lo viand between them am
a I.Mtle as good as the San Francisco
Pi.niMid nod Seattle boxers can give
(in wlih (he fight, let's have It.
MEET IN 1 921 CONTEST
SEATTLE. Wash., Jan. 4. (A. P.)
Two old- rivals, Washington State
ollege and the I'niversity of Wash
ngton, have resumed football rela
ions and will meet on the gridiron
lere next Thanksgiving Day, It was
Last season Washington and Washi
ngton State did not meet. A game
va scheduled but later was called
'ff when an nrgument could not be
eached regarding division of receipts.
fore he goes east to train for his
match will Jess Willard, former cham.
Plon. Jack Kearns. rjempsey's man
ager, who made the announcement,
said Dempsey would, leave Portland
for the east.
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Alternate applications hot and
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RETRIAL IN FEDERAL
LEAGUE AWARD DENIED
WASHINGTON'. Jan. 4 (A. r.)
By striking out its decision for a re
trial, the district court of appeal!
amended today its Judgment in which
It set aside the award of the District
of Columbia supreme court in favor o:
the Baltimore Federal League baseball
club in & damage suit against the Na
tlonal and American league clubs foi
alleged monopolistic methods In re
stralnt of trade. The action will ex
pedite an uopeal to the V. S. supremt
The award of the District of Colum
bia court was for $264,000 because o
the methods of the major league clubs
especially Involving control of players
The court of appeals last month set
aside this finding on the point of lav
t hut baseliall waa n sport and not p
"trade or commerce" within the mean
ing of the anti-trust laws.
, BERKELEY. Cal.. Jan. 4.(A. P.)
Double headers in football are to
e played by the I'niversity of Cal
fornia next season, according to pre
ent plans. tin some Saturdays of
he fool ball season there may even be
hree games on California field.
California's first and second varsity
Jevens 'will meet rivals every Sat
irday in, the double headers. Soma
f the freshman games will also be
iluyed nn the IocjiI field on the same
Football officials are planning to
end the second team against ele
vens representing some of the smaller
V apo Rob
Ow ; Million Jars Used Yearly
BILL TO KILL AITO HACIXO
lUSTK.ItKD BY CALinmL
SATpME-Nln. Cal., Jan. 4 (A.
P.) A bill prohibiting the holding of
automobiles races will be Introduced
inthe California legislature here by
Senator Kdwaln M. Otis, he announc
DEMPSEY WILL BE SEEN
IN PORTLAND RING SOON
SAN FKANC1SCO, Jan. 4. (A. T.)
Announcement was made here re
cently that Jack Dempsey, beavy
veight champion, will appear In an
'Xhihltinn bout In Portland, Ore., he
REGULAR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
C031E AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
SALT'LAKE CITY, Utah, Jan. 4.
(A. P.) Jack Dempsey, world heavy
weight pugilist, was made defendnnt In
the district court, here today In action
filed by J. F. Bruns, negro. In which
It Is alleged that Dempsey has fuilea
to pay UfTrns for special services p-informed
between January 10 and March
15. 1920, amounting to $700.
It also Is alleged Jhat Burns loaned
Dempsey $3500 between those same
dates and a third allegation Is that the
plnintlff provided the pugilist with
HitomoMIe and taxiiab service dnrlny
those dales to the value of $300, for
which he says ho had received no com
pensation. Dempsey and his manager, Jack
Kearns were served with papers In the
ease when they were lit Salt Lake a
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1 Cottolcne 4 lbs. $1.23,' 8 lbs. $2.25 1
H Butter, best on the market, lb 53C 3
EEj Olive Oil ( Reimbarts) pint 80c 3
H Olive Oil (Reimbarts) quart $1.50 3
H Coffee, mils Red and M. J. B. in 5 lb. tin, lb.. . . 48c 3
'Ensign Coffee, white package, 3 for $1.00
H Extra Standard Corn, 6 cans $1.00 3
H Soap, Crystal White and Bob White, 14 bars $1.00 H
Quaker Oats, large package 40c 3
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