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THE DAILY CAPITAL JQUKNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1019.
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CLASH OF PENN AND
OREGON WOULD PUT
INTEREST IN GAMEfi
. Should tho University of Oreson and
Pennsylvania State college elevens be
the selections of the- Tournament of
Roses committee of the Xew Year's
day foot bull cliis.-ic between the east
and the west at Pasadena, the contest
will hold nior than the usual interest
for followers of the gridiron sport in
this section of the country. It would
wean a clash betwen teams playing the
same style of football and a battle be
tween old friends.
All this because Temi State boast as
its coach no other than Hiiro Bezdek.
former Orepno coach and mentor of
the famous lemon-yellow eleven of
1916 which, after capturing the Tacific
coast championship, defeated the Uni-
verstiy of Pennsylvania at Pasadena.
I WRITERS OF
London. lee. 1. Joe Beckett and j
Georges Curpentier, who are to fight i
weuty rounds here Thursday night
'for the heavyweight championship of j
'.urope and the right to meet Jack i
Dempsey for the world's crown, have j
ceased strenuous training. Only light!
exercise to keep them in trim will be j Selection of a mvthical eleven from
carried out in the co.nins days before jthe footbM, ,eamg f ,ho t(,nf(1,nf(
ie iiiii. .twc'Keic continues to oe met
favorite. Ms will hir. hiu..wn is ,i ,'colleses on the Pacific coast, embrac-
17 pounds weight advantage over thei5 nil of tho Mars, at this time of tho
Frenchman when they enter the ring; year has become an anmial pastime
at Coburg stadium. iwtth the sport writers and the selec-
Whispered rumors that Carpentierltions this vear are esneclsillv i,,tiw.
is over trained have not caused any
increase in the odds on the Britisher.
With the exception of a few for
H25, every seat in the stadium has
been sold. The house will run close to
?100,000. , '
of Pitts-burgh, rated among the strong
est of eastern elevens, by his lads on
Thanksgiving day puts them in the
ly to represe
also been mentioned as being in the
minds of the committee members at
Pasadena, but reports from the Atlan
tic seaboard cities Indicate that the
critics in that section consider the
Cambridge eleven ns among the second
Harvard's reluctance to risk its scalp
outside of the "I'.ig Three" circle, ex
cept In practice games, also points to
the belief that they would not consider
a western trip. The defeat of Syracuse
l.y tho University of Nebraska and the
refusal of the Nebraska school to con
sider a trip to the coast,- eliminates
practically all of the eastern teams of
note w ith the exception of Penn State.
ISezdok's old style- of play .still pre
dominates at Oregon to a large extent
because the present Oregon mentor,
"Shy" Huntington, is a Bezdek student
nnd the stars of the lemon-yellow
eleven also appeared first on college
gridirons under that same general.
Despite the claims of the University
of Washington to the coast champion
ship and the right to represent the
west at the Tournament of .Roses, Ore.
eon's claim to. the title appears to be
the better founded and the selection
o the Kugene warriors Is confidently
expected by the majority of football
authorities on the western slope.
In reckoning the relative standings
of Oregon and Washington only con
ference games can be taken into con
sideration. On that basis each team
lias won two frames and lost one and
their percentage is, therefore, the
bume. But Oregon won a clean-cut 21
to 13 victory over 'Washington 'so
clean-cut that the Seattle sport writ
ers credited the Eugene lads with win-1
ning by superior football. That victory
alone entitles Huntington's crew to I
honors as the best team on tho coa3t
nnd it is entirely likely that the Pasa
dena officials will so decide. The fact
that AVashington has never been one
of the teams to-represent the west in
the New Year battle, while Oregon
lias, is about the only excuse that could
be given for Washington's selection.
Chicago, Dec. 1. Jack Burke. Chi
cago heavyweight, who won the chain
pionship of the army in the United
States during the war and Bob Mar-
ill settle the
Announcement was made here to-d.fj-
by Larney Lichtenstein. Burke's
Bezdek has made an enviable record ,'t!n' A' E. P. champion, w
at Penn State this year and the defeat i"fr" onipoihip t i
gh, rated among the strong-
, ... I-. . Announcement was ma
ern elevens, by his lads on ... T, . .
.... ,. , d.ty by Larney L chtenst
one of the teams most like- n;anaer- that the bout be stag
one ol the teams most like (j thp finjt Qf h
sent the east. Harvard has
CYCLISTS START ON
SIX-DAY RACE TODAY
New York, Dec. 1. Fifteen teams
are whirling around the board track
of Madison Scmare Garden in the si
day bicycle racfc
The "bkers" started their long grind'
at one minute after last midnio-ht.
Oscar Egg, Swiss rider and Chnrden
of the Boston team, set the pace at
the start. The first sprints for points
started at 2:30 a. ni. The first brush
went' to Goulet of the American team
with Chapman second and Drobach
third. Madden won the second sprint
wth Eaton second and Hill third.
At the tenth hour the'teams were
lied at 220 miles and eight laps, with
Marcel Buysse of the Belgian team
leading. The tenth hour record is 235
miles, eight laps, made by Mitten and
i'.edell in 1914.
Berlin (By mail) Dancing and
what goes with it that is, the wine
and the light and the music costs
Germany 60,000,000 marks a month
according to estimates of the Neue
Berlinger ZeiLung. Berlin alone has
more than 500 dance halls, to say
nothing of the socalled "dance bars"
ins because of the established fact that
the coast teams of the season just
closed have found their backbone of
strength in individual players and
team-work has ben a secondy matter
in the various games.
In naming its selections for the all-
star aggregation. The Capital Journal
has picked men for each position who
have been playing: that position dur
ing the year with one exception; it
places Mollis Huntington, Oregon's full
back, at half. Under the Oregon sys
tem of play there is nothing to dis
tinguish a halfback from the fullback
they are all halves and Hunting
ton has proven himself one of the most
valuable backs in the conference on
the offensive, while his defensive work
has been equal to that of any.-
Tho Journal's selections are:
finds Hubbard, O. A. C: Faulic,
Tackles liartlett, Oregon; Herreid,
W. S. C. ,
Guards Majors. California, Ellwart,
w. s. c.
Quarterback Steers? Oregon.
Halves Huntington, Oregon; Gillis,
W. S. C.
Fullback Powell, O. A. C.
The mythical teams chosen by
other sport writers of the northwest
are as follows:
George Bom, sport editor of the
Left end Hubbard, O. A. C.
Left tackle Herreid, W. S. C.
Left guard Majors. California.
Center Dunlap, W. S. C.
Pu-ht guard El wart, W. S. C.
Right tackle Bartlett, Oregon.
Right end Faulk, Washington.
Quarterback Steers. Oregon.
Right half Well, California.
Left half Gillis. W. S. C.
Fullback Powell, O. A. C.
Harry M. Grayson, sporting editor of
Ends "Cack" Hubbard. O. A. C;
Roy Hanley, W. S. C; Ted Faulk,
Tackles Kenneth Bartlett. Oregon,
"Swede." Brooks. W. S. C; Bill Grimm,
Guaids Walter Herreid. W. S. C;
UMEiU llAINUKUKUH PS
SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE IN OUR STORE
BATTLE AT PASADENA
J-'usadena, Cal., Dec. 1. An official in
vitation to represent the east In the
east-west football game here New
Year's day has been forwarded to Har.
yrd University athletic authorities, it
was announced by the committee in
This was done despite unofficial
word from Cambridge that the Har
vard team would be unable to make
Choice of the western representative
now teems, to lie between Washington
TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY
In Addition to Regular Features
MISS MARGARET FABER
Grand March from "Aida" ..Verdi
Swan St. Saens
"My Wild Irish Rose".... ;. Olcott
Medley of Popular Airs
Mu'r- 'K'wtt :' '';''''"J Y'1"-,
WE have one of
the most complete
stocks of Men's
Dress Gloves in the
state; they come in,
Cadet, Grey Suade,
Silk Lind, Buck,
Wool Lined and then the White Dress
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manufacturers in this country. -
THE finest gift for the Man, or Young
Man as they are a most useful present.
THE HOLIDAY SEASON
T 1 1 1
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at iiiaimsgivinir VOU shmiM
make your selections earlv tn
avoid the last minutes rush nA
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"Every Family in Marion and Polk Counties a Patron
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Fred Hamilton, W. S. C.
Center "Sandy" Wick, Wushiiiinon.
Quarterback Steers. Oregon, j
Fullback I'owell, O. A. C. ' ' j
Half backs "link" Tonipleton, Stan J
ford; "Dummy" Wells, California. j
K. Plowden Stott, football official
for conference stamt-s and former
Stanford university star:
Left end Faulk, Washington.
Kiffht end Hubbard, O. A. C.
Ijeft tackle Grimm, Washington.
llight tackle Herried, W. R C.
Left guard Dlake, 'Washington.
Right guard Ellwart, W. S. C.
Center Dunlap, W. S. C.
Quarterback Steers, Oregon.
Left half Clillis, W. fi. C.
Right half Wells, California.
Fullback Templeton, Stanford.
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Ford Owners Attention
Beginning Monday, December 1st, we will .open our garage at
2G0 North High street at 7 a. m. and CLOSE at 6 p. m.
This action is taken in line with the Ford Motor Co's plan of sales
and service. The personal comfort of our employees is considered as
important to both our patrons and ourselves J Men do not like to
work on the night shift. It is particularly important in the present
shortage of skilled labor.
If our patrons will anticipate their wants and still have their
work done in daylight hours, it will make for better work and more
efficient service. -
We are counting on your hearty co-operation, bearing in mind
the help you have rendered us in the past.
Man Murdered Near Tampico)
May Be Native Of Lebanon!
Lebanon, Or., Dec. 1. William
Wallace, who is reported to have been
murdered by Mexicans near Tampico
Mexico, Friday, is thought to be
VV illiani 15. Wallace, son of 8. O. Wal
ace in mis city, iie was reared near
mm wnen a young man,
about 25 years ago, went to Arizona
and later to Mexico; where he had
heavy mining and smelter interests
at Cananea. Tho bandits had been so
thick in that part of Mexco the last
few years that he was driven out and
when he last wrote to his father he
was at El Paso, Tex. This was last
May and he said he expected to go
south soon. He has not been heard
from since and his "parents here said
they did not know where he has been
for the last few months.'
Air. Wallace was 40 years of age
inn unmarried. His father is Inclin
ed to believe that the man murdered
is not his son, for the reason thin his
son had been largely engaged in min
ing and the smelter business and, bo
fai; as he knows, had not been con
nected with any oil interests in the
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In Our Shoe Department
An announcement of this kind at a time when Shoe prices are soaring, rartai
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Ladies' battleship gray kid, 8K-inch top, Louis
covered heels or French covered heels,
regular $13.50, special $4'50
Same as above in military heels, 8 V- inch top,
all sizes and widths
poHioiiice nas been established at
linage ureek in Marion county with
fc.il ward Truetter as postmaster.
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