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AND "GHOST" BALL
:; By Paul Farrlngton
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Eugene, Or., Oct. 29. Secret prac
tice by the University of Oregon foot
ball machine was held here last night
for the first time and the "ghost ball"
Is due for an early appearance. Fol
lowing last night' scrimmage Coach
"Shy" Huntington said:
"They're coming into shape fine, t
believe that our kackfleld is one of
the best and perhaps the best ever
Anown In the history of the Institution.
Steers Is in the best of shape, Strow
bridge and Vincent Jacobberger are
showing up well, and Hollis Hunting
ton at full is playing a better game
than he ever played in the past." ,
The work of Steers has been bring
inct omiles of satisfaction to the faces
of local Oregon supporters who have
been watching nightly practice. The
. Dalles boy, mentioned by Seattle pa
pers as "the terrible Steers," is aver
aging better than 60 yards in his punts
and handling passes extraordinarily
well. From the sidelines Coach Hunt
lncton Raid: "I have never seen a
nwn the equal of Steers In forward
passing. He takes his time, picks his
man, and shoots the ball like a bullet."
At the wing positions "Mart" How
ard and "Stnn" Anderson are appear
ing to advantage. "Howard is going
good ami spectators will likely receive
an agreeable surprise when they see
him In BClkin," Huntington remarked
In the tackle berths Oregon Is strong
On the lett side of the line "Art" Rerg,
although lacking the brlllance of
"Este" Hartlett who works on tne
riant. Is playing a consistent, heady
game and is always on the Job. The
wrk of Bartlett has ben extraordinary
In every way. The big blond tacklo
with the assistance of "Has" Williams
at guard, has been opening holes on
the right of center through which a
moving van could pass. In the Mult
nomah game Bartlott, although he had
been out but a few times, was a joy to
Oregon fnns. Picked by osco'e Faw
eett as the tmlilvdual star of the Oip-gon-Penn
game at Pasadena in 1916,
Bartlot is undoubtedly living up to his
Interest In the Oregon-O. A. C. ga'ne
here November 15 is running high.
Staid business men and pastors are
: talking football nt the slightest provo
cation and everybody appears confl
C tnt of victory..
Plans are underway to feed 600,1
persons on Ihe Oregon campus alone.
Special trains are to carry old Oregon
men from eastern Oregon and ra'M
will be offered by railways. A huire
rally wll Hake place November 14 on
the eve of the. game. Many hundred:)
of rooters will parade through the
business district and later, cm Kincaid
field where the bonfire will be held,
speeches will be made. , Stunts will b(i
given on R largo platform now undot1'
conslrui'llon and a trophy Is offerel
for the organization giving the pent
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1919.
Colorado Miners Vote To
Oppose General Walkout
- Denver. Colo., Oct. 29. Opposition
ti a strike is growing among Colora
do Fuel and Iron company employes,
as evidenced by resolutions adopted!
in tnree: or the company's Colorado
camps. Walsen, Ideal and Rouse min
ers declared in favor of remaining at
work in case the strike Is carried In
to effect. The company employs about
half of Colorado's 12,000 coal miners
SPEED IN PAYMENT
Of ACCIDENT CLAIMS
IS TO BE INCREASED
DEMPSEY NOT READY
TO FIGHT YET; EYES
ARE ON FILM MONEY
The time elapsing from the receipt
of reports of an Industrial accident
by the state industrial accident com
mission to the time of mailing the in
jured workman check for compensa
tion will be cut from five Aam to less
than two as result of improvements
In the system of handling claims
v.hich have been worked out. .Com
missioner Will T. Kirk, assisted by
the heads of all departments having
to do with claims.
Until the past four months the time
elapsing between receipt of all re
ports and mailing of check was eight
di.ys to three weeks but that has been
cut to the present average of five
days. Under the new system tho time
will run one and a half to two days.
iA1r. Kirk stated yesterday that the
commission will be greatly aided in
expediting payment of claims by the
employer, employe and physician
treating the employe, sending in their
respective reports as aeon after the street
Cicciaent as possible. .
Not only has the mailing of checks
been expedited by Mr. Kirk's plan but
tho payment for time lost has been
changed from paying on a monthly
l asls to paying for two weeks. Here
tofore If a man were badly injured
the payment was made the month if
the loss of time amounted to that
period. Under the lAw plan if an ac
cident is of such severity that it is
self evident the man will lose much
t:me, a payment for two weeks will
be made at once and the claim will
then go through regular channels and
such additional compensation as may
he necessary will be allowed.
By Henry L. FarreU
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
New York, Oct. 29. Dempsey Isn't
ready to fight yet. ,
Despite the yarn coming from' the
champion's .circus tent that he was
pining and' wasting himself away to
got back In the ring, his manager, Jack
Kearns, wouldn't talk business last
night when the New Jersey promoters,
Dave Maokay, offered him $25,000 for
an eight round, no-decision fight with
Willie Meehan; Fred Fulton, Bill Een-
nan or Battling Levinsky.
n appears mat tne movie game
hasn't been squeezed for dollars by the
cnampion and he wantsto try his hand
at that before he "risks" his title.
Dempsey 's first bid for easy coin on
the vaudeville stage was "tho bloomer'
of the season. His next whirl with the
circus proved a disappointment ad
finally Kearns camo east to sign up
any Kind- or a fight in New York.
That i ld lir.t- from the ringside in
Toledo- -"the champion will fight any
one ana everyone was repeated from
almost every flag station on Kearns'
route up from Texas. It looked
though Kearns really meant to put the
champion back in the ring in the very
But Mackay could not pin him down
to anything. The only indication of
fight from the Dempsey quarter cam,
when mention was made of Fred Ful
ton. Kearns said the .champion would
fight the Minnesota plasterer the first
time he met him even if It was on the
POLK COUNTY FARM BUREAU
HOLDS BIG DALLAS MEETIXG
Chicago, Oct. 29. Johnny Dundee
and Willie Jackson who fight ten
rounds In Milwaukee Friday night, left
here today for the cream city. Tho Fri
day bout .way determine which meets
illeiuiK Leonard in a championship
hunt at Tulsa, .OUUi,, Novomber 10.
Washington, Oct. 29.-Jac.k Kearns
inHrtngef of Champion Jack Dempsey
nnd Dave Mackey, Newark promoter,
who Is trying to got the heavyweight
king signed for a fight early in lo
wiuher, failed to teach an agreement
hue this afternoon. Kearns announced
that they would get together later in
DALLAS TEAM DEFEATED
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Oct. 29. The football
team of the Dallas high school went
down to defeat Saturday afternoon at
the hands of tho fast Hllverton high
school team by a score of 26 to 0, Tho
game was a hard fought contest but
owing to the superior strength of tho
visttors the locals were blocked from
making any score. A return gamo will
probably be played at Silverton later
' in the season when the local team hope
to even up the score.
Representative farmers from ail
parts of Morrow county met at Hi-pp-ner
Thursday and oranglzed a farm
For That Cough
After the "Flu"
Lingering colda and cough
that follow the grip or influenza
are difficult to overcome, but
many such sufferers have found
relief in Foley's Honey and Tar.
Sy t Is Worth $50.00 a BottU
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Washington, Oct. 29. Hackers of
nonntor Allies Polndexler, who Inst
nlKht announced that he Ih a republi
can candidate for president, today be
gan preparations to carry his cam'
palm to every state. Toindexlcr hln-
seic willi make the first of a series of
speeches within two weeks.
Political observers speculated on
the unlinie procedure of Polndexter in
liatly announcing his candidacy and
in issuing a detailed statement of
principles. Candidates prevlouflly have
not done this so long-before conven
One of the principle arguments that
Polndexter will use Is that radicalism
should be curbed and property rights
Ho will oppose the Plumb plan for
nationalization of railroads.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas. Or., Oct. 29. At a big meet
ing of the Polk county farm bureau
held in the county court room of the
court house in Dallas Monday night
"L'ncle Sam" Hampton, of Montana,
an organizer for tho bureau delivered
an interesting, humorous talk to tho
assembly. The object of the meeting
was to get together the farmers of the
community for the purpose of perfect
ing the organization of the farm bu
reau and to explain its workings. Sim
ilar meetings are being held all over
the county. A Bhort musical program
was rondt.red during tho evening.
linijfGs in KNrir nrtmio
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Dallas, Or.. Oct. 2D. Mr. and Mrs.
William Dnydston arrived In Dallas,
Sunday night from France, where they
were united In marriage several weoks
ago. Mr. Boydson met his wife during
his stay in France while with tho old
Third Oregon regiment during tho re
cent Herman war and after his urrlval
in this country returned to France and
the couple were united In marrlncn.
They expect to make their homo with
tne groom's parents in the southwest
ern part of the city.
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I'OISOX FOR THE .
IM'PS OF TTIK I'HAlRirc
According to a government report.
n.ore than 3,600,000 acres of govern
ment iana nave been freed recently
prairie nogs py poisoning. One man
poisoned approximately 2000 prairie
dogs Ih a single day on a 320 acre
field in northern Arlaona, 1641 of the'
animals being counted in the open,
one me resi aieu in their holes.
HERMAN OPERA. BARRED.
New York, Oct. 29 (United Press)
German opera was definitely barred
from Now York when Supreme Justice
Geigerlch late yesterday denied the pe
tition of the Star Opera company to
make a temporary Injunction restrain
ing Mayor Hylan from interfering
W. S. S.
! At this season of the year you must
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It pays to give your shoes good care when thev
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KKSTORIXG THE ELASTICITY OF
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hard recover their elasticity In a short
time if placed In three per cent car
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solution. In the ease of the carbolic
solution It must not be forgotten that
black eoods exposed to it become
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