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In Pendleton and Umatilla, count of
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
,j3A!LY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, , SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1921.
KNOCKS OUT FRENGHMAI
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FOUR ROUND FIG!
IN TURKEY RED
10,000 Acres of This Variety
Wheat Grows Between Pen
dleton and Echo on River.
CO. AGENT RECOMMENDS
GRAIN FOR LIGHT SOIL
Wheat Matures Early and Crop
Prospects . Excellent; Will
be Demand for Clean Seed.
Thore la lO Ouu act-en of Turkey ltcd
1 hml growing between Pendleton
and Echo along the Umatilla river In
Comparison to the 0 acres of HiIm va
riety grown In the region u year ago,
auys Fred licnnlun, 1'mutllla county
agent, who avert thut h II the the
wheat land of the territory should be
In Turkey Hod instead of any other
variety.' It has proved to he the best
for the light foil, Mr. Lcnn on state.
Tbo Turkey ltcd Is showing up well
In comparison to the White Hybrid.
Bays Mr. Itennlon, . w ho with (. It.
llyslop, professor of farm cropf ut O.
A. ..'., and n group of Pendleton farm
era, made a wheat tour yesterday. The
wheat hna matured early and crop
prospects are excellent. Among the
best fleldM were IIioko of Dovld II. Nrl
on, George Slangier and George Pe
terson, wh.'ch fields. Profewior Hyslop
says, arc eligible for certification.
lVhbt Near Ton u.
The farmem, .Mr. Fennlim says,
were surprised at the iiood crops In
the licho and Nolln region and the
fact that the Turkey Hed fields are
retting; nearer to Pendleton than ever
Mr. lieniiion and Mr. Ilyslop are to
day Inspecting It. F. Trnmblrys Tur
key Hed and the Hard l'i deration
wheat grown by Otto lirimuu. Tins to
an Australian wheat, for which the
seed was obtained by Superintendent
Stephens of the Moro experiment sta
tlon lit .Sherman county.
Will Sec Fctlerut'on.
The Hard Federation In acknowl
edged to be superior to other spring
wheats. Two yearn aeo Mr. Itelmaii
sowed eigth pounds of the wheat and
got SS3 pounds last year. He sowed
additional seed this year und has 3
There will be a greater demand i
than ever for clean seed this yeur, Mr.
Ilennlon believes. Koine of the furni
, ers who made the tour yesterday inadn
arrangements to get "urkey ltcd need
from the clean fields.
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j . HOW THE FIGHTERS SIZE UP.
AT JERSEY CITY
Great Crowd Thronged Into'
Bowl at 9:30; Preliminaries
Limited to Eight Rounds.
ALL SEATS TAKEN BY
NOON; NO STANDING ROOM
DRUNK, FORFEITS BOND,
RELEASED FROM JAIL AND
LOSES SET FALSE TEETH
Dcmpscy Slept in
Bed on Night Before Fight;
Carpentier Was in Country.
To be jailed for being drunk is
had enough, according to the
belief of the association of tip-
piers, but to have to pay a fine
tit llfl for the Indescretion. aad
then on top of all that inconven
ience to lose one's fulse teeth is
the "end of the limit."
That Is what happened to
John Turner who was incarcer
ated in the city Jail last night by
the police. Late In the evening,
his freedom was secured by post
ing of a cash bond. This morn
ing he appeared at the police
station again, but he was by
himself and he was sober. He
wanted his false teeth, he told
the police, and a search was
made In the jail, and the set was
round. The plate was broken,
but Turner thought he could
have the damage repaired.
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Jack Dcmpscy is younger, taller, heavier anil of larger proportion Keuer
ally than Ceorges CarpenUer. who challenges his right to the title of world's
champion hcuvyw eight. The following table gives the measurements ot the
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Reach ' 73 (,,
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Foreann I : in
W:-!t ; T4 in
W.i 1st 31 i
f'ligh 23 i
f'l'r 164 in.
Vnkle :. j 14 in
July 2. (A. I
rrcna" opened ut
the crowd. The saucer of yellow pine,
which 'when the sun was out. glistened
like a giant brass bowl, was soon fleck
ed with humanity, but unlike ordinary
saucers, it was filled from the brim
down Instead of the bottom up for the
first to arrive was the gallery God
with a periscope eye. who Jiad camped
all night outside for a $3.50 seat.
Gradually however, the wave rolled
dirw'n the ringside. There were many
women in the crowd. The day
sultry following a hUnid night.
iun tried" to pierce" "Thf " screening
clouds that gave threat of rain. Many
of the spectators had their sun glasses,
field glasses and pillows.
i FIGHT BY ROUNPS
(By Associated Presij.)
Dempsey Is Victor. .
Georges Carpentier finished flat on his face, his legs and
arms outstretched. In the fourth round Jack Dempsey, world s
j heavyweight champion, knocked him out in a few seconds after
' the round opened. , fV
! Dempsey sent Carpentier heavily to the canvas with a short
right hook to the chin. The actual time of fighting in the fourth.,
round was one minute and sixteen seconds. Previous to the
i knnrknn. Carnentier was floored with a left to the body and a
right to the chin. Carpentier took the count of nine - before
cnrimrinir Viia foot wViprp T)pmnsev measured him with ' a
seat at the ringside at ii:4n. By noon ; pUnch f0 the chin which ended the battle. ;.
hTd iZdTnd 1: r: i r Dtmi,seyod rr ,thi fal,eii Frncliii0 i3nTll
about the outer rim was occupied. j finished and then tenderly picked up the bleeding and dazed
i Frenchman and dragged him to his corner..
cariM-nticr l ull of ifp DemDsev crave Carpentier an unmerciful beating. He open-
J HUSKY CITY. N. J..!
.) The gates to the big MAXHAftVETT. July 2.-
9-:hi and in nooiied 'ieorges carpentier, eager
AFTER SHORT ILLNESS1 v
was a member of the Catholic Church
Funeral services will be held on
Monday morning at 10 a. m. from St.
Mary's Catholic church. Itev. Fathel
an llmmii.-scn will officiate.
A green parrot swinging In u tree In
l:allHloll. Illinois, Jammed truffle for
blocks by calling out, "Not so fast go
slow! Htop" The same sound of of
ficers who raptured the parrot round
ed up un or (tun grinder who had a
monkey trained to climb Into second
story windows und pass out articles
of value. When captured, the monkey
had a valuable vu-c uvd luvalliero
which he had stolen from a bed room.
James Cornfield, aged 5S, a resilient
of Pendleton for the past Is years,
(lied today at S:lo a. 111. at St. An
thony's hospital. Mr. Cornfield has
been ill for the past month.
.Mr. Cornfield was born In Hamilton,
Scotland. lie came to thu I'nlted
States ut the ago of four years and aft
er spending some time in the cast
came to Pendleton in 0I3. Ho hud
been engaged In the contracting and
(.inno.NS to MKirr so.mmi:ijs.
SPOKANE. July 2. l P.J Mike
Gibbons meets Al Sommers in a 15
round bout for a purse of $10,000 on
July 4. Mike Collins, Gibbon's mana
ger declares Gibbons will bo the next
Carnival of ISIows Marts
niXCSIDK. July 2. (A. P.) The
carnival of blows, with tens of thous
ands massed about tire 18 foot ring,
opened at 12:12 with the preliminary
bouts serving as cocktails
feast of the battle between
and Carpentier for the
boxing title. The first bout was be
tween Mickey Delmont and Jack Cnr-
1 tin. All six preliminaries were carded
to eight rounds. Other bouts were
P.abe Herman versus Joe Metrnnga.
Paekey O'Catty versus Frankie P.urns,
Dick Griffith versus Midget Smith, J
Gene Tunney versus soldier Jones and
Jack Henault versus Billy Miske.
Would Marry Jack
Xi:W YORK. June 2. (I. X. S.)
"I'll many Jack Dempsey tonight or
tomorrow no matter how the fight
comes out." said Sylvia Jocelyn, of
Hollywood California when seen at a
hotel here, confirming the consistent
report that the champion Intends
ooarding the good ship matrimony.
fight was up early, full of pep.
took a cold shower and greeted the re
porters heartily. Carpentier tool;
short workout and then drove to Port :
Washington, where he embarked on a j
yacht and sailed for Jersey City
Great Crowds saw him off, though he I
managed to escape the throngs by em- '
barking a short distance from the,
docks. He appeared extremely ut ease :
and seemed unworried by the proxi-l
was I mity of the battle.
KntiTiahied h.v Millionaire
JEHSEY CITY. July 2. (Henry L
Fnrrell. C. P. Staff Correspondent.)
Jack Dempsey spent last night at the !
house of William HenDenheimcr,
millionaire sportsman, slept in the Clinch
hnrrprprl him virSousIv
the cu up a cut unuci Lite Liiain.ii' ' w'- " " - , -
He' around the head with vicious rights and lefts until Carpentier s
face was swollen and bleeding. Carpentier fought gameiy oacK
at the champion but was outclassed. -
Rcuni One. ;
Round one started at 3:18. Carperftier landed a left arid
range in clinching. Dempsey was short with a left .to the head,
range i nclinching. Dempsey was short with a 'left, to the head.
Carpentier missed a right but oftnected with ,a left hook.
Dempsey punched him, beating him unmercifully. , '
Carpentier was groggy and bleeding at the nose; Dempsey
missed a right swinjar, but beat Carpenter as ;th.ey!Hehd. .
Carpentier sent left to the body in a .clinch. . Carpentier
landed light right to head. - Clinched. Carpentier landed up
percut, right to chin. Carpentier jabbed : to face ( with , left.
Clinch. Demcsev Dounded back of head with right. Carpentier
millionaire s bed. ate his breakfast in missed right to head. Dempsey pounded right to sides. Carpen
tier missed terrific right to head. -Pounded - Dempsey s body -with
left. Clinch. Dempsey holds and hits with right to head,
staggering Carpentier. ,One punch cutting nose. Carpentier
landed terrific right under eye, Dempsey hooked left to head.
Clinch. Dempsey uppercutted face and hooked le'ftto nose.
Carpentier missed right to head, clinch. Dempsey smashed
Carpentier with right. Carpentier missed with right, he fell
Hirough the ropes in trying to avoid a punch. " He flew into
Dempsey when he crawled back into the ring and landed sever
al blows on Dempsey's body. At the bell Dempsey had the bet
ter of the round. ' .
luxurious atmosphere and tool
thiims easy. Thousands hung around
the house, hut the champion managed
for the ' to pet away for an early morning trot
Dempsey and had a good sweat when he came
Hoiiipscy Visits Arena.
KINGSIDE. July 2. (Henry I.
Fai rell, U P. Staff Correspondent. )
Gray clouds arc hanging over the city.
The streets were quiet despite the
proximity of the fight. The arena is
water soaked from rain but the sun is
expected to dry the seats thoroughly.
Most of the fans bought reserved seals
although crowds came to the arena
last night and slept on newspapers
li rirnfteM i stifviveil bv Iv's
ivi.i.,u ihr .lunehiei's Mrs. - K. lilt and sent to the zoo. Floods have Urcither Attends Pout
I". Illepe, of Hermiston, Mrs. o. T. , been prevalent in the tropics and it Is , ltlNGSlDF., July 2. (A. P.) At
11,...,.. i,,iii., n.l r, Vnr. 1 nouir hi he crawiea tnroncn a uori- 1 1 : 111 11 oeHiio 10 s. umie. i.., ... ...e
ii.,i...e Iki i,r i..nflleton. tie t hole from a dnittnir tree. sey, uie " ,..i.i..e. ...w
A twelve-foot boa constrictor,
stowuway from some tropical port,
recently arrived in New York Harbor
where he was stunned by a fall caus
ed when the Hobokcn workmen tore
away his resting place. He whs boxed
up and sent to the zoo. Floods have
Has Police Guard
JKP.SKY CITY. June 2. (A. P.I
Georges Carpentier arrived here at
12:, in by boat. He ale a light lunch on
board and also enjoyed un hour's nap
ai on the trip. He was guarueu uy a
large squad of motorcycle policemen,
when the challenger's party entered
automobiles. and were escorted to the
Carpentier missed with a left and they clinched, Carpentier
backed awavi Demnsev hooked him with a fight to the jaw.
during the night, waking early to fall . j)ernpsey followed after him, beating him around the head with
"Vi'uaVs las. night were dumfoun i-' rights. Carpentier was short with a left hook but he staggered
ed when Dempsey walked into the the champion with six rights and lefts to the jaw.
arena, looked over the place and beat Round Three. t
it. it may have been a binff. curios- Carpentier ducked a left hook. Dempsey backed into the
ity or a des:.e to si ,ow s The ; h short ri hL Carpentier landed two
crowds assumed enormous promotions r i - 1 ,1 , . u j r .
preliminary 'ippeicuisiouyuyiiiaciiiii.il. --s taey timt'iieu Letiiuey
punched the invader in the body and" Larpentier, nearly ten
down when he missed a right swing. They missed lefts to the
head and Dempsey punched Carpentier viciously in the infighting-
Dempsey landed left and right to head without a return.
They exchanged left hooks to the chin. Carpentier's right swing
was short and Dempsey clubbed him on the jaw with a left
I hook. In the clinches Dempsey battered Carpentier into a Cor
as the time for the first
drew near. None were permitted to
enter until well along In the morning.
Sport writers, bums, congressmen,
women and representatives from all
walks of life gathered at the gates
early to take their reserve seats and
fall around the circus wagons servhig
as ticket offices. Drops of rain fell
oceas 'onally. Workmen were busy In
the ringside until late putting the fin
ishing touches to the big bowl. Safety
ropes were strung everywhere to Keep
ner with rights and lefts at the bell.
The bell saved Carpentier from a
PANORAMIC VIEW (15Y I
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