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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919.
STRONGEST LINE MAY BE
DETERMINING FACTOR IN
OREGON PULLMAN MIX
Which line is the Btronger?
Upon the answer to this problem de
pends the outcome of the University of
Oregon-Washington State college game
in Portland, Saturday afternoon.
Who will be the winner depends
wholly upon the matter of which team
presents the better defense and which
Is the more apt at taking advantage
of the breaks of the game. It is prob
able that two more evenly matched
teams never met in the history of foot
ball on the Pacific coast and choosing
a winner is like stealing melons in the
dark both appear A-l when sounded,
but you can't tell which is the ripest.
The backfields of the two aggrega
tions are nearly on a par, Oregon's
veterans having the edge. This, how-
jkifAT la nftatki hv thn utrinivll riRfonHA
.and charging power of the Pullman
line, which Is well demonstrated by the
fact that Coach Welch's men have not
been scored upon this season, although
their only game of importance was the
one with the University of California.
Oregon's line, on the other hand, has
been its apparent weak spot. Wash
ington, last Saturday, made more yard
age betwen the ends than did the flu
gene lads, but the shifty backs of the
lemon and yellow were the more con
sistent ground gainers. The Pullman
backs, however, are harder charges
and faster at picking holes than tho
Washington plungers and with a hole
smashing line in front of them will be
a serious menace to the Oregon goal
The Webfoot line is weak, only be
tween the tackles, and the probable ab
sence of "Spike" Leslie from Satur
day's game will not improve it. In
dividually, the men are to be rated
high, but Coach Huntington has not
developed that strength of unity in his
advance guard that he has in the back-
field. Aside from Williams and Bart
let, tackles, tho Kugene boys will bo
the lesser experienced from one end of
tho line to the other and, unless tills
wpu's work has done wonders, the
Pullmanites will gain more than their
khare of the yardage without resorting
to open football, which nuist beOre
roii' style of play against the norut
rner'H stonewall line.
A wet field will give Pullman a big
shade on the dope.
Portland, Or., Nov. 6. Harry Paul
o Denver proved to be a novice at
the boxing game and a poor exhibi
tion ended when Billy Mascott knock
ed him out in the eight canto of their
scheduled ten round head liner of
the Portland boxing commission's
smoker here last night.
Oakland, Cal Nov. 6. Jimmy
Dundee outpointed Battling Vierra
last night in the main event of the
bouts at the Auditorium.
New York, Nov. 6. While Joe
lieckett, the English champion, was
busy sending denials acrons the pond
that he was to meet Jack Dempscy in
New Orleans on St. Patrick's day, the
champion was hearing the Jingle of
big coin for another bout.
Johnny Abrams, New Orleans pro-
imoter, is quoted as offering Dempsey
$75,000 for a bout with Knockout
Bill Brennatr to be fought before the
proposed mill with the Britisher. An
other proviso hung the bout on a
llrcnnan victory in his coming fight
with Tom McMahon.
New York, Nov. 6. Jimmy Wilde,
world's flyweight champion, is due to
urrive here Monday from England. He
ils to be given a reception and dinner
fby prominent boxing fans. With his
family, the champion plans to tour
' the United States, returning east in
I February to open the new home of
I the International Sporting club with
'any fighter Matchmaker Tex Rickard
New York, Nov. 6. Benny Leonard,
lightweight champion, has denied em-
Iphatically that he demanded a 140
pound privilege fon his decision fight
i in Tulsa, Okla., with Jimmy Duffy.
Billy Cilbson, his manager, claims
that both boys have agreed to weigh
not more than 135 pounds on the af
ternoon of the fight. The champion
has been severely criticised for alleg
ed efforts to booHt the weight of the
claHs to his own liking.
H N"LKY TO BK IN WASHINGTON
STATU LINEl'l. WELCH STATES
Spokane, Wash., Nov; .6. Coach
Oustav Welch and his Btate college
Cougars, 21 strong, will entrain from
Pullman tonight for Portland, where
they meet the undefeated Oregon elev
en Saturday. , "
"We are ready and If Oregon can
licat us she hH the best team," said
Welch after final -practice Wednesday,
Captain Dick Hanley has recovered
from his injuries sufflcently to start
the game. The entire squad Is in the
pink of condition. '
The following men will make the
trip: Captain TV Hanley, Moran, Gillls,
Kkadan, Brooks, Hamilton, C. King,
Dunlay, Ellwart,-Herreld, It. Hanley,
Mclvor, Durrfachter, Kotuhla, Ling
tlahl, R. Schnebloy, B. Schnebley,
Trommcnhauser. H. Hanley and Han
GUNS BOOMING IN
TWO OFFENSIVES OF
MAJOR LEAGUE WAR
By Ilenery L. I'arrell
(Unite J Press Staff Correspondent.)
New York, Nov. 6. Guns are boom
ing now In two offensives of the major
The American league board of direc
tors centered their fire again on Ban
Johnson yesterday by overruling the
protest of Frank Navln and declaring
the Yankees official winners of third
place in the American league race.
Resolutions signed by Colonel Jacob
Ruppert, Charles Comlskey and Harry
Frazee demanded that the national
commission turn over the New York
team's share of the world's series mon
ey. In another sector the guns were
turned on Garry Herrmann. The Joint
committee appointed to name a suc
cessor to Herrmann as chairman of the
national committee, met and agreed on
a new chairman, whom they declined
to name publicly.
Following the meeting a request
from William F. Baker, William Vceck
and Colonel Ruppert, constituting the
committe, was directed to John Heyd
ler, National league president for an
early meeting to ratify the choice.
Hcydler telephoned Johnson in Chi
cago and was told by the American
league president that he would not at
tend a meeting with any committee of
which Ruppert was a member.
By this stand, Johnson blocks the
efforts to oust his ally, Herrmann and
he brings up,aa issue which may force
the National league powers to take up
arms against him with the trio of ene
mies in his own league.
If Johnson persists in his refusal to
meet with a committee not of his own
selection, the National league powers
may decide to deal with the American
league board of directors and act over
Another ailing of the American
league squabble in court seems prob
able If the National commission does
not turn over the Yankees' third place
winnings. Colonel Ruppert, president
of the New York club, has announced
that he will institute mandamus pro
ceedings to . force the payment if the
commission does not comply with the
request of the directors.
Gives Wife Gly
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 6. -When
Harvard lines up against Princeton
Saturday In Palmer stadium, the Crim
son will face a team worthy of the
traditions of old Nassau. All the crip
ples are now back in the Tiger line
up and Princeton's prospects of vic
tory are greatly improved.
Odds are 2 to 1 on Harvard and
Princeton is grabbing all the money
in sight at this price.
The big steel bridge across the Wil
lamette river at Albany will be redeclt-
ed entirely within the next few weeks.
A retired merchant whose wife suf
fered for years from catarrh of the
stomach finally gave her simple gly
cerine, buckthorn bark, etc., as mixed
in Adler-i-ea. ONE bottle produced
great results. Because Adler-i-ka acts
on BOTH upper and lower bowel it
removes all foul matter which pois
oned stomach. Relieves ANY CASE
sour stomach or gas on stomach. Of
ten CURES constipation. Prevents ap
pendicitis. J. C. Perry, druggist, 115
South Commercial. (Adv)
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Box 240 . Capital Journal.
Mother's Baking Days Are Over
The Family Now Eats
BAKE-RITE BREAD .
And They all Say, "It's Just Like HOME-MADE
BREADTry a Loaf Today
BAKKE-RITE SANITARY BAKERY
457 State Street
Only One "HltOMO QVININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tab
lets. Look for slguuture of E, W.
GROVE. Cures a cold in one day. 30c
We want 4,000
TYLER'S DRUG STORE
157 S. COMMERCIAL ST.
That the athletes of the Wesleyan
Institution will not have to wait all
summor and one semester In order iu
wear the earned "W" was decided at
the student body meeting Wednesday
before the' upper classes changed the
tablets from Sinai. The amendment,
proposod by the "W" club and read to
the student body by Loren Busier,
president of the club, asked for a sec
ond award day to be held near the be
ginning of the first semester, so that
juniors who won baseball, tennis and
track letters mltiht have the privilege
of wearing them during their last year
In school, instead of having to wait till
the regular mid-year award day which
comes In March.
The student body also voted to stage
a Thanksgiving Jubilee for the students
who remain In the ctly over the holi.
day. The motion called for a commit
tee of three who will arrange for the
No trace has been found of C. B. Mc
Carty, a Hammond fisherman, who
two weeks airo failed to return from
a trolling cruise off the Columbia bar.
Thrfl urn 31) imimph of smiillnnt lit
The Dalles and the disease Is reported
to be spreading.
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
340 Court Breet
1916 Cbalmerj, first class mechan
ical condition, electric lights, start
er. Mil leather upholstered, $850.
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor
& Tire Co.
371 Court street. PhoneK35
Grand Opera House
Salem, One Night
Wednesday, Nov. 12
The greatest theatrical event ever
in Oregon, coming in all Its com
pleteness, headed by America's
The Masquerade r
Prices $1 to $2.50. 'Advance sale
opens Nov, 10 at Opera House
254 North Commercial
Good S pnsseiiROT cur will trade
for what have you
U. S. GARAGE
Phone 1752 554 Ferry St.
Banish them by using Dr.
THOUSANDS recommend it. Dr.
Hell's Pine-Tar-Honey isn't nn
experiment, but a cough and cold
Vemcdy that has steadily crown popu
lar because it is quickly effective.
For lingering colds or coughs or fresh
attacks its balsamip and healing anti
septics are sure to be beneficial. It
brims speedy relief from phlegm-congestion,
inflammation, tickling bron
chial tubes. Good also for hoarseness,
coughs due to grippe, and kindred ail
ments. Economical a bottle goes a
long way. 30c., 60c., 1.20.
, A 11 ue Family Laxative .
f-Do-l.ax, Nature1! proved amistant, 8rtr
tU bite and oia the liver on tha Job. I'm ike
calomel, Pv-lo-l,ax U mild but positive in
action. It promptly corrrcta connipatitHi ia
The Interest and Enthusiasm In Our Great
We want to extend our
thanks to the Public for
the hearty response and
very liberal patronage and
trust all may take advan-
tage of this sale.
Increases as the days go by. New lots are being placed on sale each day.
Among them are a few lines, not all sizes, at about ONE-HALF Price.
Many lines have been regrouped, remarked and advertised SPECIAL.
For Friday and Saturday
Many new lines of shoes
have been placed on sale
for the benefit of any who
have not as yet supplied
their shoe wants for 1920;
Here Is A Snap ; :
Far ladies" with small
feet. One lot Hanan
shoes and pumps. Sizes
2 1-2 to 4 only. Regular
$10.00 and $12.00
Lakes' Fancy Shoes
One fot patent and kid
cloth' top, high heels,
worth $10.00, $12.00 and
$14.00. All sizes. While
, Ladies' Dress S'loes
Ladies' brown kid, cloth
top, high or low heels,
regular $10 sellers, all
sizes on sale at
Ladies Sporting Boats
..Light horsehide boots,
12 -inch top, bellows ton
gue, leather sole and
heels. Price was $8.00.
Ladies Comfort Shoes
Ladies vici kiot comfort
shoes, leather or rubber
heels. Plain or cap toes.
Regular $5.00 and $6.00.
Men s High Top Shoes
As long as our present stock lasts, Mens--
$11.00 tan, 16-inch top $7.95
$13.00 black 12-inch top ..: $9.95
$15.00 Black, 16-inch top '. $10.95
tan work shoes
regular $7 and
$8, Friday and
MenYBall Band Packs
For Friday and Saturday we will sell mens
8-inch black packs - ....$3.45
10-inch black packs ................."....$:.95
10-inch Red packs -J. v .-$4.45
Children s Shoes Boys' School Shoes Boys' Dress Shoes Boys School Shoes Bovs' High Tops
Children's black, brown Boys' black calf shoes. Boys' black gun metal Boys' black calf shoes Boys' black . or tan 12-in.
SiztsinV to 2 regSr dlress or sc.ool. dress shoes. Sizes 2 1-2 For school wear. Sizes S tegdaf6
$5.00 at Sizes 8 to 11 to 6. Regular $5.00. 11 1-2 to 2 and $7.00.
$2.95 $2.65 $3.95 , $2.95 $4.95
Men's Army Shoes Men's Dress Shoes Men's Dress Shoes Men's Loggers Men's Rubber Boots
' . , , , . , Men's black calf shoes, At pre-war prices. Pres- Men's knee length rufc
Odd lot mens army Men s black calf blucher 0 'Donnell make, 10-inch ent prices are fully 50 ber boots. Sold else
shoes, not all sizes. Reg- lace dress shoes.All sizes ,ij wnrp th war at v,,-uv. , .
ular$7and$8 values. and lasts. Regular $9.00 Sg oOM ss whSe P6r g where at $4 and $4.50.
Wil not last long' at and $10.00 at ' they last lGMn top reg $10.;-:.$6.95 Sixty pairs will go at
i ' A 12-in top reg $11....$7.95
$3.95 $6.95 $7.95 12-in top rer$i2.. .$8.95 . $2.95
LET US DO YOUR REPAIRING
Repairing done with neatness and dispatch
COMPLETE STOCK OF SHOE FINDINGS,
ARCHES. LACES. POLISH. ETC.
BUY YOUR SPATS NOW
We have them in wanted shades
AA11 Shoes Except Hanans
and Bergman at Sale
366 State Street
Next Door to Bush Bank
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