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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOliKMAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1919.
BIG EASILRN TEAMS
ALL SETTOR FINAL
CONTESTS OF YEAR
By Henry FurrcH
(United Press staff correspondent)
' -New Vprk, Nov. 26. While most of
the football battlers will forget train
ing table fare over turkey (tomorrow,
eight teams of the cast will be hard
at It in their final game of the season.
Except for the Army-Navy game)
bill here for Saturday;-Sthe quartet of
battles will close the books on the
Pittsburg meets Penn State at
Pittsburg-, West Virginia plays Wash
ington and Jefferson at Morgantown,
Cornell and Pennsylvania will come
together at Philadelphia and Brown
and Columbia will be the attraction
It will be the last chance for anoth
er assault on the dope. If, by a stroke
of the "upsettery" which has been a
contagion through the season, Cornell
and Columbia should win, the east
ern situation would scramble itself
Into, a Chinese puzzle.
Jinr Morrow is back in togs with
Pittsburg and Charlie Way has re
sumed hia place in the Penn State
backfleld, so both teams will have 100
percent strength for Thursday s bat
West Virginia Is wrought up over
the prospect of battling in the mud
with W. and J. The mountaineers
have banked their' hopes on it dry,
fast surface. Moth teams are in good
On the strength of past perform
ances, Cornell should be a set up for
Pennsylvania. The lthacans have been
consistently kicked around this sea
son by teams no better than Kolwclls.
Columbia Is ready to accept another
defeat at the hands of Brown. Since
the defeat of Dartmouth, the Rhode
Islanders are looked upon with more
concern than In the early season.
Efforts to arrange post season
games between several of the near
phumplon teams have failed, ns usual
and the season will close thiB week
with the record the greatest success
In years. " -
I.wmlon, Nov. 26. '"CaVpcntler's
home In Southampton, does not take
brain will bent lleekctt's muscle,"
Manager Desehnnips said today at the
' training riuurtors of the French heavy
Speaking of the twenty round fight
December 4 with Joe Hnckett, JJefl
ehamps said his boy has the biggest
tank of his life before him in going
agahiHt the heavier Britisher.
"Heckelt is- u. greater fighter. It will
be a h!g, strong, .hard hitting man
against a lighter, quicker and more
-" scientific boxer," ho said. "It will he
strength with a punch against brains
und speed with a punch. And brains
will win every time."
ISeckett, who is training hard at Ms
time to talk of the fight. Hut his
townspeople tiro doing it for hiin. His
native town has its pounds, shillings
and pence on .loe almost to a man.
"Southampton regards It us something
npproaelilng foolishness for Curium
tler to give twenty pounds to their
champ. Hettliui In D to 4 and 0 to 4
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 2$. T'ie
greatest collection of past and prese:rt
champions in captivity wag exhibited
In the Vernon boxing arena last night.
As a curtain raiser to the night's
four round show the champions and
near-champions were called into ihe
ring and Introduced. First came, Jack
Deinpsey who is here to act In the
movies. Then Jim Jeffries was intro
duced, followed by Jim Corbet, Kid
McCoy and Leach Cross.
They all got a big hand from the
AVith this over, Frankle Haynie of
San Francisco proceeded to beat Ceo.
Shade to a decision. Young France won
from Jack Brooks and Young Farrell
defeated Sammy Gordon.
u le in preparation for Saturday's game
with the Navy In Now York.
Signal practice alone is billed' for
tomorrow and early Friday morning
the team will entrain for New York.
Annapolis, Md., Nov. 26. Heavy
work will be. placed on the blacklist
after today's scrimmage between the
jNavy regulars and scrubs. Only light
signal work will be Indulged in tomor-
. F. N. Woodry, auctioneer of Salem,
Or., has recently conducted two good
sales in the neighborhood of Ccntra
lia. On- Monday he conducted a sale
of "42vhfgh grade cattle at the fair
j grounds, each cow bringing a good
price. On -Tuesday he conducted a
sale for Glenn Roundtree, southwest
of Chehalis. The cattle were high
grade Uolsteins and sold at prices
ranging from $150 to $226, the aver
age being $J82 per head. Mr. Round
tree expects to go into the purebred
cattle business. Daily Chronicle.
JOURNAL WAST ADS PAY.
row In preparation for the Army game
Saturday. ' '
Los' Angeles, Cal., Nov. 20. With j
Stanford university's footballers arriv-j
ing in Los Angeles today interest In the
sianiora-u. s. u. . game tomorrow
reached a high pitch. ,
U. S. C. has hopes of winning and
if victory comes that way, .there are
whisperings that she will challenge the
northwest to fight It out for the coast
championship, despite her defeut by
Milwaukee AVIs., Nov. 26 Johnny
Dundee was a ten to ohjlit tivorlte to
day in the ten round bout with Ciarlle
White, scheduled for tonlgh.
This is the first meeting between the
two since they fought in New Orleans
six years ago and the lights wont out
In the first round when, Dundee claims
he had knocked White out. The fight
continued when the lights were turned
on, half an hour later, and ended in a
Akron, Ohio, Nov. 26 Billy McCann
of Akron staged his third comeback
in the ring last night when he knocked
out Bud Chrlstiano of Buffalo in Ihe
fifth round of a scheduled 12 round
bout. It was a slogging match up to
tho punch that Settled the bout.
Mihvaukie, Or., Nov. 26. The best
go seen In these parts In years was fur
nished fans here last night when
Frank Farmer of Tacoma and Boy lie-
Cormlck, light heavyweight champion
of England fought every Inch of the
ten rounds to a draw.
Billy Wright of Seattle drew with
"Scotty" Williams, a colored boxer hail
ing from Chicago. The battle started
off us though Wright wouldn't last
long, hut he rallied and won a draw at
tho end of ten rounds.
Etmiley Willis of Philadelphia and
Hairy"'. im.v of So-it.ic s aged .hi "titer
rattling good ten rounder. It was also
LAKKS STORM SWEPT
Chicago, Nov. 26. A severe storm
was sweeping the Great Lakes and
northwest regions today. Below zero
weather was reported throughout the
northwest. A heavy gale, accompan
ied by a blinding snow, caused heavy
damage to shipping.
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT" ADS P 4
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 26. Mel Coo-
gun, lightweight boxer and nis man
ager, "Scotty" Montleth, were suspend
ed for eight months I y the Wisc.oiisin
boxing commission. The suspension
followed failure to post forfeit for the.
Pinky Mitchell bout in time und be-1
causti Coogun boxed' within six days I
prior to the originally arranged date
(or the bout, cnuqing postponement oi I
the contest. . ;
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West Point, N. Y Nov. 26. Only
light work remains on the Army sched-
BEARCATS READY FOR
Coach Mathews' Bearcats went thru
a snappy practice yesterday afternoon j
and urc resting today for the last
game of the season, with College of
I'ugot Kound Thursday.
The team Is In excellent shape, the
men who were unable to play last.
week being all bark In harness with
the exception of Vinson. Itarey and
Day are not fully recovered from
their injuries, but will be able to start I
the game. Ross Allies, who has been
out of the game for several weeks,
turned out ' again Monday, but may
not be able to play.
I'uget Hound is sending down a
strong leanr, having defeated St. iMar-
lins college last Saturday, and they
are fully confident of winning tomor
row. This Is one game which every
lootbull tan In Salem will be able to
attend, and n big crowd la expected
to turn out for what is expected to
be one of thu best and closest games
of tho season. The game Is called for
1!:.!0 p. in.
Gets Mussed Up
Medford. Or., Nov. 2,1. Jus-
lico Taylor called the case of
the state against M. Zausou, of
Central I'oinl, charged with
selling Intoxicating liquor In
the form of fermented grape
' Sheriff Terrlll Introduced
his evidence a quart bottle
placing It on the Justice's
Zanson told the court he
had followed, the formula
recommended by the Oregon
Agricultural College In making ,
the Juice and that to the best
of his knowledge und belief It
"If that stuff has fermented.
I'm very much surprised and
guilty," concluded the defend-
. ' "" Kxploded the evl- '
dence on the lMk, mussing up
the majesty of the law and
drenching the sheriff's whis-
kern with grape Juice.
"Twenty-five dollars and
costs," ordered Ihe court.
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THE BOOTERY, SALEM, WILL BUY THEM
On Friday and Saturday, November 27 and 29
No matter how badly worn we will buy them. The
best ones we will give to the Salvation Army ar .I
other charitable organizations to help those who
cannot help themselves.
Will cost YOU only just the regular prices that we always sell them at and
THE CONDITIONS ARE
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will pay" for Men's and. Ladies' $1 per pair, for;
Boys' and Girl's 50c a pair and for Children's 23c I
per pair, any kind. i
You can pick tnem out of our windows
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