TAGB 10. Till. I1KN1 11UM.KTIN, IlKNT), WKHNKHOAY, JANt'AttY 1, Will tl I V COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL Exciting Race For Eastern Tills Is Predicted. PRINCETON APPEARS STRONG, In Msny Qusrt.ra Tlgsr Tm It Pick cd to "Win Eastsrn Championship. Columbia and Psnn Alto Look Good. Yala Out of It Tho fiKtit for the Intercollegiate Bas ketball league I off to a start on whnt promise tu be a most sensational sou ton. LukI year's cUuiuplouslilp race wai nip ntiil tuck all the way, but on tho present form of tho team the ea Bou'a battle wilt be uven mora excit ing. Columbia, Inst year's champion, and Dartmouth, which finished a close second, have practically the mime play ers ns taut sensou. Cornell has splelidld material, and Al Sharp, a lucuibef of tbe rules committee, for years a basket twill odlcial. Is In charge of tho men. Suiirpo ahould have a team fighting nt tbe top of the heap because he com bines a thorough knowledge of tbe g-.iwe with a spleudld eronullty. Tho Ithncuns dnlshed fourth last year, fall Inj: down In tnldseason after making a spleudld start. i'rlneetou was a disappointment last year, but thu Tigers aru counting on coming back strong, and many of the basketball wiseacres predict Prince ton's championship. Led by the husky fullback of tbe 1'rtnceton eleven, De Witt, who plays guard on the tlve, the Tigers should put out n lighting team. The l'riucetonlaus hare Introduced a new style of basketball this year, being coached by F. V. Leuhrtng of the Uut versify of Chicago, who will give the Tigers the western open game. Then, too. Dr. J. K. ttaycroft. former ly of the University of Chicago and cow the chairman 'of the college bas ketball rules committee. Is director of physlotl education at Princeton. Dr. Itaycroft fc a basketball strategist, and tbe Princeton team will bcnetlt by hav ing many of Dr. Haycroft's aggressive scoring plays. Like Columbia, Pennsylvania, tbo fifth member of tbe league, can be al ways counted upon to produce a strong team. The Ited and Ulue five Is led by Lon Jourdet. who played end on the football team. A new lot of play ers represent Penn this year, as most of last year's team hare been gradu ated. Pennsylvania Is fortunate, bow ev.er. In having a good staff of basket ball coucbcN In Charles Kelnath. Artie Klcfaber and Carl Eblcrs, three stars of the champion 1010 Penn team. Al Sharpe should turn out a strong team at Cornell with the material on hand. Princeton plays a strong open at tack and endeavors to play Its oppo nents off their feet by rolling up a large score. Dartmouth plays a drib bling game, with Slsson. tho clever scoring forward who led tbe league In !olnts scored lust year, as tbe storm center. Blsson Is the best dribbler playing college basketball today and Is second only to the wonderful Keinatb of Pennsylvania's champion 1000. 1007 and 100S teams in whirlwind ability. With three others of last year's five to support him. Sissoa should carry Dartmouth's colors to the front this year. Vale, the sixth member of the league last year! resigned because of the Ml nor Sports Athletic association reor ganization at New Haver), but the Ells, captained by Bwlbart. who also catches on the Ulue nine, will play Princeton and Pennsylvania borne and home games and will meet Columbia In New York, so tbe relative rank of tbe origi nal six teams may, as usual, be deter mined. Tbe Ells expect to be hack In the league In another year, and It will be well to rank the Ulue with tbe league teams. WHEN BILLY ROCHE DIDN'T QUITE UNDERSTAND JIMMY JOHNSON. "Illlly Uocho." spouted J lines Johnson, the well known ttiiui ugor of tlithler. recently, to tbo AdnnU umimgcr mid refcrcv, "von remind tm of it Spanish toreador wvry time 1 gao uhiu yuur manly face." "Tbum'n kind words. Jliuw," responded Willie, as his chest ex truded, "nitd t iiiirv'lito the re mark, for I know It comes from the heart." When Johnson blew the olllco Hoc he turned to Charley Harvey, "Say, Cburles, what's n Spun lh toreador?" "One who tosses the bull," was the reply. Now Mot-he refuses to allow Johnson's tume to be mentioned In his presence. ! A clnssttlrt. ml In Tho liulk'ttu U rend by liumlrdn nntl nrlngs tho nd crtltor Kuod returns fur tho money Invest ed, ''SI HOCKEY SEASON OPENS. Grsat Fight For Amataur Tltl In Nw York la Antieipattd. The opeuliiB of the he hm-key season In New York Is looked forward to with much interest by the followers of the game. Tho Amateur Hookey lenguo will start on Jan. 7. with the Crescvut Athletic club, the champions, and thu Hockey club in tbe attraction. Tho Hockey league will have n new contestant for this schmju'b champion, ship, and the race for tho title will be marc Interesting than In the prvvlmw years. Having wou honors In nearly every other siwrt. the Irtsh-AiiU'rlcuti Athletic club will bo represented this year on tbe Ice by n team thut should le capable of holding Its own. For years thu wluged (1st club has endcuv )KbssssssS5PvS I Is -J Wp ssssssssssB ssssssssW ssH ssssV sssssssV asHmHV MILLIONS FOR THIS PITCHER. Rocksfailsr's Grandson Takas Ltasona From Mordaeai Brown. Fowler McCormlck. fifteen years old, on of Harold Y. McCormlck and grandson of Jobn D. Rockefeller, took up a course in baseball pitching re cently under the tutelage of Mordeca! Brown, formerly star pitcher of tns Chicago National League club. The boy, who, some day probably will rank with the world's wealthiest men, Is bains; trained for pitching in Princeton University. His father la a graduate of Princeton, and It la bis am bition to watch his son strike out the batsmen of Yale and Harvard, for Fowler JlcCormlck is to enter the uni versity as soon as be is prepared. Iirown will give his pupil two lessons each week, aud when spring comes Fowler will try for a pltchiug berth on the team of the preparatory school ho now attends. ' 8yrscusa to Reconstruct Navy. Syracuse university will reconstruct its navy, destroyed by a recent cyclone. The nlumnl committee will rulso $3,000, the student committee $3,000. and tho citizens of Syracuse will contribute $2,000. .making $8,000. Shanghai to Hold Rao Mast A Sydney (N. S. W.) dealer recently shipped twenty-flro well bred geldings to the International itace club at Btuutf Joal sniBirr, osn or -ran cuiscxxt anna. ored to secure u place In tbe league, but has been unable to do so until thU svu son. Tbe club has secured tbe services of several star hockey wlelder. and with Uarou. the former Wanderer, to lead them on tho Irish-American Athletic club Is likely to make the champion Crescent team hustle to retain Ita hock ey prestige. The Irish-American Ath letic club will b represented on tbe Ice by the following players: On run. MItcb eil Klnsella. liaron, Harmon. McDon ald. Lnpat. Btlckuay. Uryan, Kelly and Smith. Tbe Hockey club will also be strength ened by new players from the disband ed Wanderer and New York AtblKIc club teams. Several of tbe best play ers in the league were on tbe wluged foot and the Wanderer teams, and aft er tbe clubs declared that they would pot be represented In the league this senium tbe star players were" quickly signed by the IrlshAmericun Athletic club and tbe Hockey club. The Huckey club wlir be captained by J. Gordon. Tbe Crescents will have nearly all their old veterans on the learn this year. Neither Kbireff nor Llffton has lost an or ni si!, una the Urooklynites ex pect to capture the title again. WOLGAST EARNED $240,000. Femur Lightweight Champion Mads This Sum n Three Years. Ad Wolgast has beeu deprived of his lightweight crown, but he bus enough of earthly wares to act as homuwhat of a balm. Manager Tom Joues has made the statement that durluj,' the period of clone to three years that Wol pint was tbe lightweight champion of the world he made f-'KUXX). Half of this big fortune was mado up In purses, mid the rent was art'iiuiu In ted lu bets, theatrical engagement nud outside Invfbtments, - English Rugby Turn la Coming. In all probability n combined Itugby team from tbe universities of Oxford and Cambridge will pay n visit to Cali fornia next year. William W. fill . the. referee of the big name this year ortd secretary of the New South Wales IttijM uj uiiiou, now in i.ngiana. win strive b arrange a our for the. combined English unlveraltiMi to Australia. 1UKKCTOKV OV 01T1C1A1.S. United Stnteo. President Wllllnm II. Tntt Mco President ..James B. Hhormult Secretary ut Btnto P. O. Knox Secretary of Treasury .P. MnaVeaRh Secretary uf lntortor , ,V. L. KUhet Secrctivry of War. ...II. U Sllnifou Secictnry of Cominirco nnd Lnbor . , i .,., . ...Clnrlcs Nagal 8ocrotnry of Navy fleo. Von i. Atojer Soorctary of ARrlctilUiro Jas. Wilson Postmaster General J II. Hitchcock Attorney General G. W Wlckutsham State. attorney Prod W VHson Governor Oswald West Secretary of Stato .... 11. W. Olcott Trossurcr . , . ,s ... .Thus, It, Ka Atty Gcnoinl A. M. Crawford Suporlntondont Public Instruction . . . . U K. Aldurman State Printer W. 8. niinlwu) Coinmlsstonor L.tbor Statlstlco , , , , ,,. . ....O, P. Hod Ganto Wardon W. L. Plnley Stnte Knglneertj, .... .John H, l.owU United Stulcs Senators , . , Gcorgo 10. Chamborlalu Congressmen .......A. W, Lnftcrty Jonathan Mnurne, Jr. V. C. Hawley Seventh Judicial Dlitrlcl. CiimiIc County. Judgo W. L. Mradshaw Judgo .11. C. Kills Clerk ...Warren Ylrawn Shorlff T. N. Unlfour Treasuror Halph Jordan Assorsor J. D. UiPolletto School Supt. It. A. Pord Coroner Dr. K. O. Hydu Surveyor Pred A. Illco Commissioners It. 11. Ilayloy ................ v. . . .James Itico llio Courts. Circuit Meets first Monday lu May and third Monday In October. Probate Moots flrst Monday in each month. Commissioners' Moots first Wed nesdny In January. March, May, July, September and November. Mem! School District No. 1-. I Directors II. J. Overturf, Chmn ; P. M. Kay I Clydo M. McKay Clerk II. K. Allen1 City of lleitd. Tho llodtnund poultry ilnw will ho hold Jnuunry lb. 1, 17 ml 18, 31144 NOTION OP CONTI.HT, Doimrtiuont of tho Interior. United States Laud Olllco, Tho Dalles, Oru gnu, Dec. 4, 1012, To John II. WIUInniH of Huinnor. Wash., Contesteo: You nro ho ruby notified thai I). P, lloou, who given lluud, Oregon, an his postoinco address, dl'd on Octo nud securo tho citncullntlou of yuur humuHtend vnty No , . stirlnl No, OtlfilO, inudo May 10, 1010, for WU, soctluu 4, township 20, H ruimo 18, H Wlllamutto Muilillau, and lis grtnimls for his contest ho nl liiKi'H that said John II, WllllntuH has fallod and in'loottnl to uRlnhllsh rest douce uiun, oultlvnto or Improvn mild I.miiI mid uns abandoned thu sumo for morn than ono yunr last pnst, You nro. ttliuriifoto. furthnr uotl lied that tho sold allegations will bo tnkuu by thin ultlca kh having hcu ronfessod by you. nud your said on try will ho caucolud thereunder without your further right to ho lienrd them hor 2, 1912, filo In this olllco his duly corroborated application to contest !n,t t,tm,r iioforo this otllca or on no poai., it you law to ui in .m in within twenty days niter tho POl'KTH piihllcntluu of this notice, as shown below, )our aiiswor, undr uath, speclllcnlly uieetlug nud to spoudlug to tlioso ullcKUtlons of con test, pr It you fall within that time to (lie in this unico due proof that you have served a copy of your nnswor on the snld Contestant In person or by registered mull. If this swrvlco is made by tho delivery of n ropy of your answer on tho said contestant elthtir In person, proof of such ser vice must be either the said contest nut's written acknowledgment of his receipt of thu copy, showing tho dnto of Its receipt, or tho affidavit of tho Clover Leaf Dairy PURE MHLK - -- AND CREAM TULUPHOMi and wo will deliver S. L. STAATS, Prop. put son by whom thu ilitllvury wm in a ilo stilting whmt mid whiii'u tho copy was dellvtirodj If iimiln by renin, lured mull, pi oof of mucIi servlco must consist of tllu nlllldiiVll of tho pnrsua by whom tU copy was mnlliul Mttitltit; when mid tlio poHlotllco to which It, wus uitillml, mill this itlllilnvlt must ho Rccoinpanlnd by tho lioMtiUHntnr's receipt for tho lotion You slioiilil Htutn In your iiiishit the muni! of tho pONtolllco to wlihli, you ilculri) furthor nntlcvH to b sent to you. O. W, MOOItlJ, ItoRlstrr ' Into of llrst pulillcntloii, Hoc. 11, 1012. , l)Ato of secoud pilbllontlou, l)c H. 1!)U Ditto of third pulillcntloii, Dec. IT. Id III. IMtn of fourth pulilliHitloii, Jan. 1.. IUiJ. Candies, Fruits, Nuts POST CARDS Ic EACH. . Photographs of Deschutes Valley lloyd llullJlng(lrtenNNood Avenuo ROY VINYAKD . CLIJ-POHD I3URQIN Mavor i a . ...G. P. Putnam Recorder II. C Kills Treasurer .11. J. Overturf Chief of Pollco S. K. Roberts City Knglnccr ....George S. Young Councllmcn It. K. Allen A. L. French M. S. Latlin If. II. Pord ..... John Stoldl J. If. Wcnandy i a SEPARATORS THE SHARPLESS TUBULAR THE BEST Separator mnilo. Kosy to clean, IIkIiI to run, nntl It'a tho CLrLNEST SKIMMER MADE. Wo hnvu them In stock. COMK AND SHE THEM. MOWERS AND HAY RAKES. THE CELEBRATED DEEMNG' LINE, Llj:ht, itrong and durable. For salu by T& STORE OF ftUALITY S. C. CALDWELL, Mgr. TRY THE NEW White River Flour A t - ti A t a. ?J- f) frv , Manufactured by Oregonfs finest Mill. Notice the taste you'll like it. Made to comply with the pure food laws, therefore, NOT BLEACHED, but PURE AND WHOLESOME. NOW FOR SALE BY A. s ,,"'W ' , ' Si'' MM , 4 ,l LB. MISENER Bend, Oregon. A NOTICK tlP CONTIWT. nopnrtmuut of .thu luter'or, Unlici Mtnlos l.nud UtllM, Tint Dulles, CW koii, Deo mbvr 11, 1U12. To liwls (Irutitiloitf, of CuutrOln, Wash., Contesteo. You nro hereby notified Hint Kr- nest O. Taylor, who xlves Corn l r), lloiison, lleuil, OrtiKou, uj IiIn ion( olllre address, did on Nov, IK, 1012. (Ilo lu this olllco his duly corrohorn' ted aiillcntlou to contest nud secuto tho ciiiHtilktloii of your liouiostiuil, Uutry No. ....... Kvrlnl No. OKitai, mndo Julio 3, It) 10, for VUMi:t, I.HHWU. Hectlon U, Townchlu 1 t, H., IUiiko 11, K Wlllaniettr) Mvrlitl' nil, nnd as (-rounds for hls'coutint lm nllcK" Hint imiil eiitryiuuil never in-, tnbllshed or iimliitntued nsdnuce ii on snld tract; that ho novnr tins culti vnted or Improved snld tract In any. iloxrco whntever and liss m holly nbntidomid said tract for iniiro lliiui oho year Inst past. You are, therefure, further utl lied Hint tho suld nllimntlons will tm, inken by th's ottlro its hnvltiR Imii eontessoil by you, nud your snld entry Mill bo onnrelud thormiuiler witinnii' your lurther rlttht to b liounl tli-r-iu, either before thin oinrn or ou Ileal, If you fall to tllit lu Ibis otflre' within tneiity dn)s nfter tlm Put'ltTII nubllcatioii of this uotlie.. nn shown l-olnw, yuur answor, uinl-r on th, sttecllleally inenlliiR and re sHiudlng to thwin alleKnllons of run.' test or If you full wiiiiin mat time in Hit In this otlleo due iiroof that iu have snrvoil n copy of your nuswer on tho said contestant either In person or by reKistored iimll. If this sen ire Is Hindu by tho delivery of a copy uf your answer to tho contestant In r son, proof of such service must l, either Ihn said eouti'statit's wrll'ni acknuwledi-nicnt of his receipt of tlm ropy, showliis; the dnto of Us receipt,, or the uttWUtlt of Ihn ix-rou by whom delivered; If tnndo by rnrtlster ed tunll, proof of such servlcn iwut, consist of tho arfldnvlt of tho person by whom the ropy was mailed stntliic when and tbo postorflcn to which It ! ll,Hlf7U, R1IU 1111. HHIIIHfU IllUVk ri be nccotnpnnled by the Kstmastr s t- receipt lor mo icner. r i You should state in your nnr ' the name of tho ioitomci to which you deslro future notices to be sent to )ou, C. V. MOOUK. Itestster Hftta nt ftrmt tttili1(i-nllnn !! f. 1913. Date of second publication, Jan. 1, 1913. , Data of third publication, Jan. J, 1913. Dntn of fourth publication, Jan. 1',, 1913. STK.VOOILM'IIV WOIIK. 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