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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1919
111 YALE TEAM TRUE
By Henry Tj. Farroll
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
New York, Dec. 18. Funny tales
were whispered around Boston before
the Yale-Harvard game.
Some of the knowing ones said. the
Yale players had to have Individual
(IreHsinK rooms to prevent a riot.
But the stories of dissension in the
Kli ranks were branded as "bear" stor
ies. They were "bear stories," it develop
ed. But the bear had real claws.
Buried under an avalanche of criti
cism from all sides, Head Coach Al
Sharpe has offered to resicn. He
hinted at a clique between the Shef
field contingent and the academy mem
bers of the squad that had the team
pulling at both ends of the well known
Herb Kempton'g friends resented the
criticism of the ilonde quarterback for
faulty Judgment in the Princeton and
They claimed nhat Kempton called
for Ilrailen to hit tackle when the ball
w is on Harvard's one yard line and
'that instead of following the signal,
the blue fullback charged into center
and lost the biggest chance to score.
ISradcn's friends then joined in the
feud. The big fullback said they were
all wrong from Coach Sharpe down
and that if they didn't stop making
him the goat of the' affair he would
open up and tell a few interesting
Meanwhile, Captain Tim Callahan
disappeared and it was breezed around
the ramps that he had gone to Seattle
to persuade.Tad Coy to return and take
charge of football,
Sharpe then declared he would be
willing to cancel a 8 years' contrnct
and resign if his regime would be the
cause of a split in the athletic ranks.
New Haven, Conn., Dec. 18. Yale
elected a new football committee last
night. Walter Camp, '80; Joseph Swan
'002; Vance McCormick, '9-3, were
dropped from the committee. The
members picked by Captain Callahan
and approve by the board of control
are Chairman Brink Thorne, Louis'
Stoddard, Theodore Lllley, John R.
Kilpatrlck and Lucius Bigelow.
Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 18. Harv
ard's team gets away next Saturday
afternoon on, its Jaunt to the Pacific
coast to play Oregon at Pasadena on
New Years day. .
An epidemic of colds has seized the
squad. Eddie Casey, the star half back
and Jack Desmond, the big end, are
half sick but will be able to make the
trip. Gratwick, substitute halfback,
has decided not to go, reducing the
squad to twenty two players.
Dummy scrimmage practice was
held yesterday during which Oregon
plays were used exclusively by the
second string men.
Ncbraskans To Draft
PersHa? For President
Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 18. A move
ment to draft Gen. Pershing as a can
didate for president if he declines to
volunteer, was begun here this after
noon when 200 republicans, including
number of women, passed resolu
tions declaring the nation needs a
man of his type as president in the
reconstruction work ahead. This is
Pershing's home town and the re
maining members of his family reside
here. A telegram was sent from Lac
lede, Mo., his birthplace, inviting 'it
to. Join in the movement.
London, Dec. 18. Dispatches from
Berlin said 43 persons were killed and
,ore than 100 injured in a munitions
explosion at Wilhelmshaven. Property
damage is great, the dispatches add
Sacramento Cal.. Dec. 18. Mana
por BUI Rodgers hug traded Harry
Wolter, star slugger for the Ylppers,
fur Pete Comnton of Seattle. It was
tin even trade wlth.no money flgu-
lng In the deal, Iiodgers saia. Koa
crn received a wire from Clyde
k Wares, manager of the Seattle club,
cloHing the deal.
St. Louis, Mil., Dec. 18. The ad
vmice guard of the St. Louis Cardi
nals will leave. Februury 26 for
Brownsville, TexaB, where Branch
lackey will train his nion fic the 1920
luce. . . ' ' : '"
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ONLY HALF MILLION
TO MEET CARPENTIER
By Henry L. Farrcll
(United Press Staff Correspondent.?
New York, Dec. 18. Jlick DempJ
,only wants a half million for aboui
one hour of his services against
Jack Kearns has a verbal punch
against promoters stronger than the
wallop of his bread winner in the ring,
Iyearns, who operates on a sliding
scale that always tends upward, has
let it be known that the battle between
the shipyards wonder and the French
J.vhitor would draw a million dollar
gate and that Dcmpsey would have
half of it or he wont play.
And Kearns raises his ante regular
Five months ago it wtis $10,000. In
another month the pair of Jacks will
call for a million.
When Wlllard naked Tev Rlckaru
$100,000 .for stepping through the
ropes in the Maumee basin, sport folks
wanted to decorate him With the leath
er medal for holdups.
After the fight, general good feeling
prevailed. Dempsey, the new Cham
plon, told the world before he had tak
en a shower that he was no bandit and
that he would give everyone a chance
nt me title especially tne utile lei
Something evidently changed ti'.A
His first foeier for $100,000 didn't
draw the rlizz and he grew ,bold. He
kept adding cipher to the figures on
his price tug. Give h(m enough tlfrie
and he'll want the United States mint,
the African diamond fields, the Taxes
oil spoutors and a mortgage on Alas
ka for giving the liublio about sixty
. . . . ,. .i time, And two yeai
ago he was riding the bumpers.
If Dempsey rates himself worth a
e. r -'-.- . --pth a mil
lion, 'The French aviator with a four
years service stripe, two decorations
and a creditable ring record would be
Just as big a drawing card in America
as Dempsey. for the fans are getting
Led up on the ''serial ' which Keart.
servies out about every other morning.
Kearns' demand for half thfa gate re
ceipts should be grabbed by the pro
moters. . Kenrns thinks the turn stiles will re
gister over a million dollars. He may be
wrong. Probably, very probably, he is,
EXPLOSION KILLS 43
Oakland, Cal., Dec. 18. Jimmy Duf
fy left hooked and Jabbed his way to
victory over Monk Fowler here last
night. Duffy outclassed Fowler and
won easily. Lee Johnson beat Jerry
O'Keefe, getting revenge for a knock
out handed him by O'Keefe last week
New York, Dec. 18. Benny Leon
ard and Johnny Dundee, who are to
go 20 'rounds to a decision In New
Haverf, January 16 for the light
weight championship, will fight un
der the supervision of the army, navy
and civilian Joard of boxing control.
This organization will select the su
pervise tie weighing and other im
portant details of the fight.
Newark, N. J Dec. 18. The New
Jersey boxing commission has called
a meeting of all the prominent refer
ees and club off.cials to be heia eany
In January'- Revision of several regu
lations will be considered. Amend
ments will be discussed to give the
third man in the ring more authority
to stop clinching and other abuses
which have been causing complaint.
Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 18. Jimmy
Wilde is matched to meet Carl Tre
mains, Cleveland, in a ten round bout
News Years afternoon in Canton, O.
The weight will be 118 pounds ring
side and the bout will go ten rounds.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
The names of the five men who will
represent the employes on the com
mittee of fifteen to meet In Portland,
December 22, to draft a program for
j the rellpf of workmen and their depend
I cuts under the workmen's compensa
tion net, were forwarded to Governor
Olcott by O. U, Hartwig, president of
They nre: 13. J. Stack, secretary of
tho State Federation of Labor; C, M.
Rynerson, editor Labor Press; J, W.
Wright, Frank Hnnnan and G. Brain
erd, nil of Portland.
The five members to represent the
state nt large were announced by Gov
rmir Olcott Moliday. The five to rep
resent employers on the committee are
yet to be named..
Washington, Dec. 18. Stat super
visors of prohibition named by Com
mlMsloner lloper include: Frank M.
Bllva, San FrHnciwo", for California.
L. K. Devlin, Havre, for Montana.
Jtur& aided bV
Mot only allay? distress In advance but
assures a speedy recovery for the moth
er. It renders the broad, flat abdomi
nal muscles pliant as they readily
yield to nature's demand for expan
sion. As a result th nerves are rot
drawn upon with that peculiar wrench
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Gift of Furmitaef
Practical people will find much appeal in gifts of Furniture for Christ-'
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OF COURSE THIS BIG STORE IS PREPARED
To supply, Christmas shoppers with just what they want, whether it be a
handsome suite or a single piece. . ,
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