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THE EAST OREGONIAN WILL HAVE THE FULL WIRE REPORT OF ASSOCIATED PRESS ON THE BIG FIGHT BESIDES U. P. AND I. N. S. REPORTS '
PAGES 7 TO 12
PAGES 7 TO 12
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1921.
iln' to the thin they cull the "pink."
The novelty of getting off the tread
mill meana Humethlng to DempHi y.
H'h like a tonic. I onu appreciate Juki j
how he feels knocking off even a day.
und It will not hurt him in the leam. i
SOLVE YANK TWiRLERSi
Corbett Thinks That American
Can Hit no Harder Than Any
of Good Heavies of Past.
Ry JAMES J. COKBKTT.
(.Copyright, 1921, by the 1. N. 8.)
ATLANTIC C1TV, June 25. in nix
ing tip prohnhllitlex in the DeuipMey.
I'arpentler fight there Is one point It
In well to remember tliut Dempxey
will not have a Hlow-moving object to
' Oarpentler in faBt and aliifty. lle'H
tricky, too, and he him a habit of
waltzing about, feinting with bin heurt
und coaxing an opponent to lend that
may aeem rather forego to the
champion for the reiimn unit he has
not met a man of Cleorse's epecd.
Cm not trying to take anything
nway from Dempxcy. Neither am 1
trying to convince anyone that Dcmp-
dey In going to win the big figlrt
M'l'K V IS.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 2.1. (A.
I'.) Ouklaud won a poorly played
gunle from Halt Ijike, 13 to 8. The
Heea knocked (-'elliold out of the box
In the flint inning . and acored four
num. while the Oakn gave lould snn
llar rough treatment fur five tallica in
their half of the name frame.
Winn, who replaced Scihold, was
' hit hard, hut not KiicceH.ifully enough
i for Kali I-ake to catch up, while rag
ged fielding by
tiie Heea added to
i roi'llaml I.om-h Again.
: I'OHTI.AND, June 2.1. (A. I'.l
isan Krancii-oo walked away with an
j other game from Portland yesterday,
j The final Bcore was 15 to 2'
Terrific h ttlnif netted the Sealn
i five runs on five hits In the nixth and
3 to 4 Vernon.
LOS A NO-ELKS, June 25.- (A. P.I
Vernon overcame a four-run lead
and defeated Sacramento. 5 to i, Hy
att doubled In the tenth and Shellen
bach ran for h m. Schneider (sacrific
ed, Shellenbach going to third. H.m
na hgot a base on balls and .Sliellen
hnch acored when French forced Han
nah at second.
or seven runs on seven hits In the ninth.
that Carpentler has an even chance or hut it wasn't altogether poor Sain
better. I'm almply picking out points I Itoss' fault. Fach rally started after
for my readers to consider. I errors had wrecked chances to retire
Detnpsey is a mighty hard hitter. He I the Hide.
practically knocked Jess Willard out In
tho first round Just as be did Fulton,
MorriB nnd others. He can knock out
any man he can hit but so could Jef
Irles, Filzsimmons, Rulllvnn or Peter
Detnpsey hits no harder than most
n (he hard-hitting heavies In ring
hiflory. For instance, I think Hint
Mahi r could hit as hard as uny man
who ever lived. If Maher could ho.e
had the slow moving Willard In fr.'ia j
of 1 tm In a championship battle 1
think he would have knocked him int
as quickly ns did Dempsey. The s-.nie
goes for Jeff, Fit and Sullivan.
?li ch depends, then, on how Car
rentier gets Marted. He may fail in
get away to a good start and if he
does he no doubt will have to suffer
for It. But he Is a dangerous man,
quicker than Dempsey i n his feel and
the champion had best look out not to
get In his way. He has a great right
hand. If he get off to a good start
his speed and cleverness are o,ulie
likely to bother the chnmpicn and an
J)uunCi: lnJUed to s uxli
mere is no ten
might have upon him.
CHICAGO, June 21. (A. P.) Am-,
erlcan college pitchers have proved!
too much for K. Tanaka, centerf ielcl-
on the Waxeda University Japan.se
hall team now touring the foiled
Slates. In the Toklo college league
Tanaka Is known as the "Habe Kutli,
of the league. He holds a record of
six home runs In 8.x games during last
winter's season In Japan, but thus far
he has failed to solve the American
puzzlers for a circuit clout.
O. Taniguchi, the Japs- star left
hander, has been likewise unable to
duplicate his record made in Toklo, I
dining his American trip. Last win
ter Ik Ditched two no-hit games, but I
thus far every American team has j
scored on him. His effectiveness Is i
due ma nly to a swift drop, with j
which he often retired his opponents,
with three strike-outs in a row. Tani
guchi is 20 years old and a freshman.
Waxeda 1ms two good right handers
In S. Matsumoto and F. Arita. In the
last of the thiee games series with the
University of Chicago, Arita replaced
Taniguchi in the 7th inning with the
bases full and two out. He struck out
the next man up, 'but when Chicago
filled the sacks again in the Sth, a sin
gle drove in two runs nnd lost the
gi-ine and the series for the Nippon-
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PASADENA. C,il June 21. Allen
Woodrlng, said to be the only sprinter
in the world who ever defeated
Charles W. Paddock, 1'niversity oi
Southern California's "fastest human"
over a 220-yard course, will have an
opportunity to repeat his feat at the
national Amateur Athletic I'nlon
track and f eld meet to be held hen
July 2, 3 and .1. Woodrlng is coming
to the meet with the dozen or more
athletes sent by the Meadow brook
Club of Philadelphia.
Paddock's defeat by Woodring
lUUiasjeame juLJrie Ollymplc. games at Ant
werp last year in the mil) meter run
which the 1'cniisylvnulnn won in the
Yesterday was an off day for th"
champion. lie felt that he was en
titled to a vacation for two reasons
one because yesterday was his 26th I Arabian Desert
hlrthdny and the other because lie is smoke nor drink.
fast time of twenty-two seconds flat.
Paddock placed second.
(II) I. N. S.)
Are Tln'jr Hotter Nowadays?
The writer of the following letter
doesu t insist that the boxing game
has gone back. He simply asks you
to think It over.
C'HICAOO, June 21. (A. P.)
When Coach Toliita of the Weseda
I'niversity baseball team runs over to
the third base, coaching lines as his
Nipponese ball players cimie to bat, he
doesn't let loose a flow of Japanese
but yells instructions in the native lan
guage of the great American game. All
of his players, who lire now touring
the country, speak English in some de
gree and all of them use American
baseball parlance on the diamond.
"Even the youngsters In Japan call
'Out' and Strike' In English." Coach
Tohita said here recently, when his
nine played the I'niversity of Chicago
a three game series. "Of course all
students in high schools and universi
ties in Japan ate tausht Knglish. but
cut In the fields where the small boy,
play ball, they use the English tetms.
Paseball is the Japanese national
si:ciiirr.!tY or the saw
( By I'nited Press. )
In F.dw n Denby the navy has as
secretary a man who "was in the ser
vice." Denby was a gunner's male
during the Spanish-American war and
served in the marine corps in the
Denny's greatest achievement so
his friends say was his success in
melting off about 70 pounds of surplus
weight during his sojourn with the
marines. When he enlisted his wa'st
measurement run mi Into so many j
inches that he couldn't see the tips of I
his shoes. Today he can see them '
without the aid .of a periscope.
For all his bigness, great fighting
Jaws and trap-like mouth. Denby is j
mild and the owner of a rather shy!
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With all this guff auout the 'ig
fight to read lately I often wonder
what most have been written about
the fighters of a few years ago. Now
adays before a fight one is told thai
the boxers who aie to f ght are the
grim iest that ever danced a step. 1
wonder If mosj. of your, readers believe
ihi.i mi ii f f . Do tliev think the leaders
in i iig work today are better
they used to he'.' We have c
neavv-weicht champion, bir
about the others'.'
Are the bantams as good as Jimmy
Barry and Dixon '.'
l,i nur featherweights measure up
to .McOovern '.' j
Are our lightweight kings as good as j
McAulirfe. Kmc. Ijivigne or t.ans
Have we welters who could
Cnubl our middleweight bold
Kyan and Ketchel?
Could Ivcvinsky or Carpenter beat
such light heavies as McCoy, Kid Cur-
Joe Choynski, Fii'-wimmons, jai a
Jim Parry, Jack Uont ljing
make me laugh; in V lip's
I Coach Tobila, who is 3T, years old.
' h is been playing hall for more than
' 15 years and has been a professional
' c ouch for two years, lie was a star at
j Weseda. which is located at Tokyo,
land captain of the team in 1909-ln.
j His early diamond training was under
j Herbert H. Hunter, a former New
j York Ciiant, who had a large part in
; the development of baseball at Wase
! da. Haseball. however, has been play-
ed in Japan for years. Coach To
! bit a said.
j "The Japanese have two seasons of
hall," Coach Toblta said, in explaining
: their er.tliiisiann for the game "We
j have a spring anil autumn schedule,
each lasting about two months. In
' Token '-e have a leeeue of four uni-
wivities and play a regular schedule.
Weseda has about llii.ilOa students
but comparatively few of them taki
part In athletics. Coach Tohita said.
Members of the team expressed
; I great adm'ration for the American
' universities, especially the large gym
nasiums wH'cli Japanese universnie:
do not yet have.
smile. Like Secretary of War Weeks, to
Denby has first-hand experience in
dealing with the legislative branch of
the government, for he served as con
gressman from Michigan until some
time before the world war.
Heci gnizing with other members of
the cabinet that the codntry faces no
task in the after-the-war rcad-
fi id or
Will F.ogcrs says. "Why Import mo
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we make bad enough'.'"
Canada t'al'i- ClHXTfnl Chirps.
Do you believe It possune io i.un
with the spirits?"
"Well, before we got prohibition, l
found' it much easier to talk with
i hem than without them."
As the movie fan said, in speaking
about her favorite actress: "There is
some subtitle charm she has that ap
peals to me."
When Wheat, of the Dodgers, Is at
the plate to hat. would you call him
llnck Wheat, batter?
tint in Kansas, where til. y have tor
nadoes they compute distance,
the "trow flics. " but as Unfiles."
Ti,..v sbiiu lil call It .Nero neci
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