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JACK DEL ANEY WINS FROM BERLENBACH
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VICTOR PUNCHES PAUL
AT WILL UNTIL FIGHT
IS STOPPED IN SIXTH
Decision Gives Jack Chance to Claim Place
in Eliminations to Determine Who
Shall Meet Gene Tunney Next
I'HK'AOO. III., Pee. lll'l
"Hitting his opponent at will with
a hard loft jab and a right honk.,
.lark Dolanejr pcorod a teohnlril
knorkout over Paul Berlenbach
tonight in the sixth round of
their 10-round bout.
, Berlenbach wan knocked down
In the third round twice aud he
seemed In a daxe from the be
ginning of the fourth round on.
Fight StopiMHl
, The fight was stopped by Ref
eree Jimmy dardner in the sixth
after Berlenbach had drained
himself to hi feet when he was
felled a Rain.
Paul rnmely refused to taks a
count when he wont down and was
able to come back each time be
cause Delaney spared him. Scarce
ly a blow was struck In the first
round. Delaney opened up tn the
second with left jabs and staggcr
ed Paul with a right cross. He
Tailed to follow the advantage.
Paul came out in the third with
both hands In front of his fare.
Delaney slapped In straight lefts
and right uppercuts at the stnrt.
hut Berlenbach stood the first
assault and didn't go down until
Jack caught him with a ripht
near the end of the round. He
bounced up and went down again
with another right as the belt
rang.
Didn't Pre Fight
Berlenbach covered up in the
fourth and fifth and Delaney
permitted him to stay by failing
to press the fie lit. Paul siung
Delaney with two riKht as he
came out in the sixih ntid went
down wiih a left jab be for lie
could set in another blow. He
pot up at the vow. I of two and
IVlaney allowed him to hang on.
Delaney appealed to tiarduer
to stop the fight and after wait
ing for Berlenbach' second to
yield, the referee waved Delaney
to his corner.
Hail Kay Sailing:
From all appearances Delaney
could have scored the knockout
at any time from the opening
bell. It was the fourth meeting
of the hard hitting light heavy
weights and Berlenbach has won
once.
They fouplit at catch weiphts.
Delaney scaling 17t pounds and
Berlenbach 174.-
IVlaney's victory enables hi in
to claim recognition in the elimi
nations to determine who will
meet CJeue Tunuey. according to
Jim Mullen. Chicago promoter,
who hopej to attain the next
championship fight.
Young Jack Dillon. Louisville
middleweight, gave old Frankie
Murphy of Los Angeles a severe
beating for six rounds but could
not knock him out. Both men
slugged with little thought of
defense.
Murphy's face was badly cut.
Old newspapers for sale at the
News office.
Oakland Fighter
Hit for Failing
To Make Weight
SAN' KKANCISCO, iKv. : il
1M. -Oakland Jttmuy Duffy, wel
terweight, wan fined 10 and sus
pended until January s, lit.S. I
footing coibmisioner Charles
Traitng today for not meet (tie
weight requirement lu a fuhi
with Joey Silver at Oukhuwl
Wednesday night.
Puffy had agreed to ueUh in
at 14 pounds hut when he ;ip
Ptared he weiKjivd Fearing
Oie effect of a "no-coutest."
Trauiig ordered the figlu to go
ahead and took 1 he M:heo,urtil
punitive actiou.
Puffy won the fight, Trauus
said henceforth Duffy will be re
quired to put up weight forfeit-
whenever he fights... ,
BASEBALL MEN
FACING BUST
SPORT- PARLEY
I Jack Benefielis
i Given Honor Past
; PORTLAND. Dec. ft. U'lM -.Graduate
managers of lt univers
ities and college of the Pacific ,
coast intercollepiate conference
today elected Jack W. Bom-Mel
or the I'uiv riiy of Oregon as
, their president for t he eumiug
year.
S. W. Cuiininghant. graduate
matiagor of the University of,
California at law Angeles, was.
named secretary.
The nev. meeting will be at
Missoula. M out una. on June 1
and 2 and wilt be in conjunction
with the eo;ui conference track
' and field champiouituips to he
staged there at that time, it wa
decided. !
: KANSAS CITY. Dec. ft. UP
Neal Cllsby. Pacific 'coast
, heavyweight, defeated Jake Kil
rain, Chicago. .iu a 10-round bout
' here tonight.
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Presents On Your Tree
Get your foods here at a saving. Watch our stores for special
holiday foods. If we supply the table you will be pleased and
so will those who enjoy your gifts.
Features Saturday and Monday, December 10 and 12
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Magnates, Mt.nger and
Officials to Meet in
New York City
It lr:uik (ivtly
I uittMl Prvs Sitrtt Killttir
XKW YOKK. Uc y. "Syndi
cate" h.-iNthall. lh throo umpire
M-itcitt. cstiibiiliuu nl of i dih
ahi.Ml li(. ihc Matty memorial
and dtM'tiniinuatton of the most
.lunilc il,icr awartU art- some
of ihc ubjci-ts dovn lor dis
tuwioa when thr '.suinuale. man
;icrr and niajcr league of tU ial
m ct in NYv York n't week.
lV:t- and nnmperity will i
the key not i of the nrcttidentUI
jiUlrcjiscH in tmth eircuits.
Predent Johu liedlr will
tell the Nuuunal leau. mcetin';
at the Waldorf ibai the atten1
a nee in 1 it - T wa the lmnM. iu
th history of organized hi-b;U
Presidcut Kd lluruard of Hi
American league will have soim
tliint similur to ay to hi" assr
ciate at ih, IMmont.
HaM'hall week w HI atari w'.'h
a meeting of Oie steering commit
tee at t h c II o i: c veil M o nda y
diornhig. and the felhrn ing da
llie two leagues will go behind a
cigar siu.ike .-'ere n.
Poih Ungues wilt consider uud
nrobubly adopt u prepoal of the
advisory cunmilti ftr a ruU'ig
whereby no hall )la.-r. manager
or magnate u.ay own iock li
more than one -ball club aud
that his own.
"Syndicate" ball, which once
threatened the foundation of th
national past ime. should receiv
its final death stroke with the
adoption of su h a rule, and there
need le no repetit ion of the
Mornsby incident which u!l hut
delayed the :-tart oT the 1 ;.:
In signing a contriiet, heie
after. each ball player will certi
fy that ho owns no stock !r.
another club.
The National league will !i ar
a recommendatirr. from Pr i
rient He-iier 'hat th' (lire,.- : n
pire systi.-m be enn tinned. Tfu
was tii. d nut experinieuinlly, i.nJ
worked well in lt2T.
A final report from the MaMy
memorial committee will ho utih
milted to th major leaguo 4nrl
a date fixed for dedication nf
the memorial at Bucknell college.
Charley Stonoham. Bill Week.
Barm v Dreyfuss and Kmil FticbK
will lw elected to the board of
directors of iho National league.
Incidentally, thin will be the
"1st annual meeting of the rhitj
owner of that circuit, whilo th
American league, naturally, da'e
back but 27 yarn.
FAMOUS FIGHTERS
TO CARRY GRIFFO
IN CASKET SUNDAY
Oregon's Famous
Buckaroo Is Dead
MO r I.AKK, ore , Oec 1. CPt
The Itte of etie of the world'
i t'Htei hor-em-u has ended in
the quiet. txolaU'd country
worshipped bciiu It wan home.
Jehu Spain, wlio won the world
I'luklng champiouhhip in l'tll
and could do any trh-k known
to innn on thr hek of n hnre,
v. as de.ul bete tonight at the age
i Oi year.. 1
Kent in the fed'tudo of 0:N
..'Hilly. Spain roved over the na
,lnn 'with lit fine Miring i (
lnh kiuu horse:) and many ttm
tt:r;llnl f: honMlde audi 'itcew t
berse (.liown In Chicaiio and N'-w
ork. (tut he ec.iue hark to this
i . t Umi w hen he w as a supn
l idt r ttiMint; I ith-rii. to live t I;e
;.-st yejia lit his lift.
Spalti won his world title ; t
t'.C Pt'lldl Men Uouudup in 1 H 1 1 ,
Srv rul yearn later he lout a
band while ropir.K a horse. The
iepe caught anil severed the ineiu
!ui Hut Spain wa-. undaunted
i the acrbletii aul lontiiuied bin
carver us a I timer of wdd hortw,
TWO SYNTHETIC
CHAMPS TO HIT
IT IIP MONDAY
Lougkran, Slattery Will
Fight to See Who Is to
Hold Trick Title
XKW YOKK. Pee. !. tPI'l
To ctiHiiMduti with hut a "Iti
Kle tliirt will meet In Mudlfou
SMtiure tiarttn Monday night,
two of the new ttyuthcttc type
of chain pioiiw now prevalent iu
boxing.
Tommy I .mitt limit of I'blltolel
phia, light heavytigbl champion
of the world hi New York Mate,
and Jimmy Slattery of Huffilo,
lUht heavywelKht champion of
(lie world by the ttrace of the .
It. A., will go 1 IV round to de
cide which shall keep (be trh k
IHle.
The odd tire uti Lou it h run a
Sammy Mandell ;
Wins Decision
Over Hoslonian
HUSTON. 'I I ' I' I f'111"-
my MhiiiIi-II nf Hnikliir.l. Illlliul".
IlKhlwrliihi i liiimiilnu, won l-
HiiiiiiJ ili'i-Nli'i jimmy Sii'ii"
i.r Uniiiiiii In1 liihliiUi.
No I II In iih l lukiv Mumli'll
wiit rri'illii'il wlili nil"' muml.
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lo & In hit ulli'ii'il lliul Ti'inm)'
kiiiitkM Jimmy rliilit I"1" 'I'm"
liiiiiiitnin' Inii.
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.rtu-r iliu fuiliinn iif I In1 iituii'
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Jim in iiiiu, Kh -iiii. iiiiiI II ' i .i n
Am rlirttk. full l.nkn, wi'lin i
ni'lulii
Skis, ti I'l $3.25
Coif Sil l 8.00
i in, iu lint rim
Archery Outfit 7.S0
Tennis Rm ki'ts 3.00
Coif Chilis . 2.50
Tin nun J UK 3.75,
Air KilTt'H 1.50
Cull' Hulls 5.00
I 'nul-l IliU I
Skill.' 1.75
Klamath Sporting
Good Co.
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NKW YORK, Iec. ft. (L'lM
Famous figures of tho flwtlc
world will walk behind the coffin
of Young Criffo as honorary pall
hearers for the old lime fighter
Sunday.
T-x Itickard. Jack McAuliffo.
Joe Humphries, Jim Corhett, Jim
Jeffries. Jack Sharkey. Frankie
Krne, Ilenny Leonard. Charley
Harvey, 1'atny Haley, and ofheri
will serve In this capacity when
lriffo i.s laid to real in Wood
lawn cemetery.
KUGGINS DECLARES
FLETCHER IS NOT
TO HEAD INDIANS
NKW YORK, Dm. it. (TP)
Mauugrr Miller Hugglntt of the
New York Yankee returned from
the minor league meeting In
(Julias today and declared priui
tively that Art Fletcher was not
to leave t lie Yanks to become
manager of the Cleveland Indians.
"There has heen some mis
understanding," Maid Unreins.
"The IndiaiiH ure not after
Fletcher."
Sport Snaps
rilOKNlX. Dec, ft. (I'l')
Arizona champions in tide a poor
f.h'iwiiig here tonight neaiut In
vfidiiiK hoxers. Tommy Klks, wolt
erwetght champion of the slate,
lost an 8 round decision to K.
O. Simpson, of Valiformia. In
the seml-windup, J'al Hhoaf, l)en
vc r and Memphis bantamweight
won the decision over Kid Lemon
total champion.
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. ft. (LP)
Dlek Hoppe and Uohy Laalle,
local lightweights, fought 10
rounds to a draw hefo tonight.
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IT WILL PAY YOU TO ATTEND THIS SALE
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A Deposit Will Secure Any Article Selected Until
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