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Sporting News .
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916
TIUETY-NINTII YEAR No. 248
PRICE TWO CENTS
ON TBAIKB AND NIW
STANDB. f 1TB CINWB.
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Teams Evenly Matched and
: Experts Says Either
By H C. Hamilton.
(United Press staff correspondent.)
Speedy Bush's star. So if Driggs can
boot near enough to the Yale goal, it is
1 an even chance that Dave Tibbott will
be equal to the task of. kicking a field
goal or so. .
j Standing of Teams
I '-, in Bowling Contests
I Standings of the tennis in the Cifyl-
Dowling league for the past week are
as follows: -
W. L. Pet.
-tWatt shipp !
Printers , H
Oresons ..- "
B. P. O. K. 6
The Yale bull-, Salem Alleys ......
California Hopes to Get Even
for 72 to 0 Calamity
I Russell..... '....C .
I Montgomery (C)RE
i Hicks i)
... V . 17
dog stand tt fine chance of losing an City league averages up ' ' "
.?.: i..: i-.'.utk.1 Paver Team dames A
Princeton Tigt-r is still wondering what Honiigton, Saleni. Al lej
kind of a suurd he is going to use to atl on, frle m Alle
.OIIM, "itii .-mi..
Officinls: Referee, George Varnell;
umpire, "Htunip" Stntt; head linesman,
Whitman P'ays Multnomah.
Portlaud, Oro., Nov. 18. Whitman
college will meet the Multnomah club
today on a rain-soaked football field.
I.R8t Saturday Whitman played lloutana
in a temperature of 10 degrees below
"Today s game will give us a goon
...am .U.. n4V.Maail4 Vtllllrtmr f PAI1I nint.h
?ljr"7JZZl T,Z 7;i ..In, Luflnr. Oreions
v.g me " Pierce Woodmen ''.rr.......
It an aepenas upon me cnening or --- j,,-.,.,..
e New Haven brand. , I ' ,"',' '
. "r -
Hu'ssey, Elks :
McKinnev, Watt .Shipp
Craven, Watt Shipp
Li. I'riee, Watt Shipp ....
one of the
tail-knotting abilities of the football
teams which represent Yale nndl'rince
ton. The bout today will be the forty-first
meeting between the two rivals. Of the
. two (wore contests which have been
.round into history the New Huven con-
lengent has won its full share and has 1)onal(lso11) Woo.lmeu
uippeo. over u. uo ..k -.. Sundin, Oregons
S.OnJK miTUI lin.ru mi-it ui jiuhi pi-
bnll teams. -
Strictly from a dope standpoint
Princeton is fiivnred to win; The Tig
ers are better conditiond, have had the
eusior schedule, and have the best team
eince the days when Sam White used to
pick op footballs and humiliate Yale
ami Harvard with a siuglc spriat over
11m chalk lines.
. K. Price, Watt Shipp
H. HiH Printers
.Baker, Salem Alley ....
Ralph, Elks .'.
Trunk,' Oregons ;
12 ' 178
IS . 170
15 : .141
3 -' 130
Berkeley, Cal., Nov. 18. "With Coach
Dobie of Washington even more pessi
mistic than usual, both teams in shape
after light workouts, and crowds coming I line on our chances ejjninst Washington
in from all parts of northern and central State next week," said Coach Borlcske
California, Berkeley is awaiting . the 0f the Walla Walla assemblage. "Five
start of the supreme athletic event of f bur regulars who have been on Iho
the fall here, the I'njversity of- Cali-; hosiiitul list all season arc back. We
iorma Dig game. '
It is more than the "big game" to
the California students. It is their at
tempt to wipe out the bitter memories
of a certain 72-0 score last year and
the team playing fur the blue and gold
this afternoon represents the culmina
tion of the utmost efforts of three splen
did couches; a big squad of football can
didates and of the students efforts di-
Corn Producing Boys
. , Will Compete for Prizes
St.. Pa. J, Minn., Nov. 18. The fea
turing of exhibits from boy corn grow
ers of the Northwest will be given
special r.Mentlon at the Second Annual
'First National" Corn Show which
will b.j held in St. I'aul, December J 1th
to lth, inclusive. Advices received
by the irjunr.gvrai.nt of this , project
from' corn producing boys, State Club
Leaders aud County Agriculturists, in
dicate that exhibits in excess of the
500 entries received in this class' at the
"First National" Show which was held
in St. Paul last December will be great
ly outnumbered. Special space is be
ing reserved for tho segregation of
boys' exhibits and all publicity pos
sible will be given to show the im
portant' part the boys are tnkiug in
i tho production of corn in Wisconsin,
expect to win. , i Minnesota, North and South Dakotii,
Multnomah has been practicing under hjontann, Washington, Oregon and Ida-
c lights, ami though tne wet tiem will, j, tho Htllt(lg inciU(i0u jn thc Corn
iuu i m., m niiiuitm : Show territory. MCach of tlioso states
Believes nis v... t..,, ji..ai.,i :lvIn ri;Kfr ..rti n such
manner that boy exhibitors will only
Conch "Spec" Hurlbmt
clhbmen will score
Hut it impossible to convince e, Campbell, Salens Alley
I'rinceton student that a jinx mukes an Sw'ienink. Sulem Alley
annual trip lust to be presont at the T.ewis .Elks
battle between Harvard and rTinceton
and they believe nothing but superna
tural luck will stop a Yalo victory. A
crowd of upwards of 40,000 is expect
ed in I'nlmer stadium. Weather condi-
imna wora OYcnllcnt. ..
The kicking of Briggs and Tibbott the importations of birds, particularly
probably will play an important part unities. ' " " '
in Princeton's game. Driggs, single 1 1 "
handed, can keep the ball in YaUrterri-
tory i the Tiger line can stop the blue ' -
rhurges. LeCore of Yale has steadily NEW TODAY ADS WIIX BL
improved as a kicker, but it is hajdly read in the Journal in all live
probable that his boots will approach Marion county homes Try 'em.
the long spirals that leave tho too of
..V .. " . . .... ...
. California will have a good football
team on the field today. Coach Dobie
and Captain Scagrave of Washington,
say their team is below usual strength
owing to injuries, but Dobie's "usual
strength" menus a. team strong enough
to win every game played. . . .
Sundry thousands of California stu
dents, and graduates, with the aid of
the "yahoo bird," an ornithological
harbinger of. good luck stolen from
Stanford, were on -band to give noisy
moral support to their fighting fellow
students in moleskins and jerseys-There
will be a couple of hundred of Washing-
TliaVi individual tramc. I.nflnr. 2.).l.
High individual 3 games, NTttrtl, 055.
lliirh team 1 trnme. Watt Shipp 30.
un in the calibre of their football team.
War conditions in Europe hnvo result the wonderful football lore of Gilmour
Minor Leagues Pleased.
New Orleans,- l.a., Nov. 18. Minor
league baseball men hastening home to
day a'ftcr a thrilling three-duy session
were well- satisfied with the results of
Gcneritl feeling was that thc niiifs
have wade the move in the plan to im
prove tho game commercially and that
have to competo with contestants in
their individual district, who have
grown corn under similar soil and
Tho first prize for boys in ench dis
trict will be a beautiful engraved silver
loving cup; the second prize a suitably
engraved "Golden" bronze lovins; cup.
Each prize will be accompanied by an
il was nuw uu tu me. uik ii-MKuirjn iv . , ,, .i . .irteirt
!,. n,1r,t ro-rtlntinna r,f tha lOMng Clips Will ur 1V1C. I ... ... ... nw.
auspices or the
and of the samo value as those awarded
n-L. i :.' a ,i. v,.. 1 adult exhibitors.
Lseball appeals and tho movement to'j' National Bank nnd Northwestern
lift the drift from all class AA leagues Trust Company of St. Paul and bankers
ed in a very noticeable falling oil ni Dobie, nnd old Dn.riu D. Dope, who dis
rcaentiiip fipverni eampaiKTia.
Cnr, i fftA 1. m nnti n rr
the minors-will confer with tho major interesting Termers, and farmers' sons
lenoues at. their, annual session to ask in thc -growing of more corn, which has
ton rooters opposing-them. but what the; for co-operation'with tho plans adopted contributert
visitnm lnclc in nnise is rnftre thsn made hern I States R nation
. .. 1 nrnsnentv than
. - r
vontests in cnniiecii.ni r,i... ..... -v
Suposing the man that you worked
. for was licked; ,
Meet your defeat with a siniW.
It is over and through and there's
'" nothing to do
Hut work for vourself for a while.
j You may apprehend that the nation is
Hut stifle that heart breaking sob.
You still are alive, and you'll likly
As long as you ve not lost your job.
You won't have to argue for Wilson
Or cap for their game any more,
Vou cau cap for yourself, ami accumu
To stand off the wolf from your
Your hero, of course, mny have lost n
whole lot. '
.But that needn't drive you to crime;
Let them shed the tears; you can give
three good cheers
For all you have lost is your. time.
Go buck on tho job; it will do you no
To mourn over votes that weren't
cast; . '
You will get no relief for your burden
of grief . ,
Tn thinking ab. ut the dead past.
Wake up and get busy, the shock of
. Cnn't knock a real uiaii off his pins,
Get back to the. grind and next year
you will find '
. That you'll be the fellow that wins!
John .1. Montague in N. Y. American
Sure Shots Bag Venison.
John F. Daws; John Drake, Wallace
Harmou and Fred Davis returned a
few. days ago froni a hunting trip to
southern Oregon, where they bugged 9
fine deer. Thev shipped seven of them
. To Fight Players' Fraternity.
N.w Ynrk. Nov 18. The renl reason
fnr thA rWisinn r,? Rim .Tolmani. tn call nnd Annual "First National" om
I the Amoricau league magnates together Show are open to every farmer, nnd
U'1,11.. tha I. !! in.r fuvnr. Wnul.iiu.tnn I i n Wur VnrU nf the nmp time the Nb- farmer's SOn ill tho Northwest. 1 I'll
i nuen i.r. ranncK t a -inner iifrnr wua tne. janscimu i i:iv- rnav mis oe uune ut iuu ..... -i. .....n,
. I .. . T, . . . . ... T-. L!... ;ll 1... ..A..:.....i '
.Madison ..i.i iTrnum,ers-rraiernityr ing entry.
ngor ",ur" :""'', V" "."": to Mt.. Angel before reaming home,
more to mnkn the ,n,ted fc
ion of great weal 1 and I l tiue-success nnd were
ban any other product of; M hm with seven
Journal Wnnt flds will sell It.
in, Californians are covering thejtioiial league moguls are holding forth' ears of any variety of Indian corn will: Dcremher 5th.
v without asking odds. next month became apparent today constitute an exhibit. No entry fee is Pomphlets gii
The Line-up. j when it became known that the big charged. Entries will be returned in . jB the Second
Washington. leaguers are beffiming to lay plans for every instance where request is mnria nl" Coin
Panlickla bitter fight with tho Baseball Play- that this be done at tho time of nink- htnnk in:
for judging up to and including
giving full details regard
A n nun I ''rust Nation
Show, and foim of entry
inav Do ohtnlne.l on remiest.
Exhibits will oe received, from any Northwestern hunker.
Many Cuban Ball Players
Come to United States
By Hamilton -(I'nitcd
Press staff correspondent) '
New York, Nov. 18. Cuban hull ldr.y
ers by droves may be expected on Am- .
crienn bnseball teams within the nest
few years, if the preseut rate of devel
opment in the island republic is contin
ued, mere ure many of the browu
skinned exponents ot'tlie American na
tional game who will be given tryout
this yeur. Several Cubans alrenilv'havo
won I n mo ns lug leaguers.
. There is Armando .Marsaiia. who now
is performing for the St. Louis Browns.
and .diguel Gonzales, who is back stop
ping ir tne i am inn is, .Those two nun
have made their murks as big leaguers..
Another Cuban, Aeosta, outfielder, ap
pears to ue rcu.iy to hold down a. regu
lar berth with Washington, and Ang.'t
Aragon and Jose Bodrigueu, the former
with the Yankees and the latter with
the (limits ' nppeiir to be real big lea
gue stock. .
JMiuiuel Cui'to already has been sign
ed to a big league cuntraet, but they le -having
so in in-li fuss over it flint it
isn't at all certain where he will ilrnw..
his pay check next .season. ... .
Jacinto Culvo, as outfielder, litis bei n
grubbed up by. Detroit from the north-,
western league and will bo given h)s
first trial in fast company next spriii--
Adoll'o l.uque nii.l Kniilio Palmer.), .
both pitchers, are former big league-
who now are dong duty in the Aulei iciiii
association, anil another will join them
wheii Pedro Dibut, a right liuiiil flutt
er juins tho Mitwuukee . dub ne.vfe
spring. '.;:. '
liufuel Almeida .probably will get
chniice next' season with the liiteriui
tional leugiie.llq played Ihir.l base for
the Scrnntoii . New York state lengr.. .
club und ilid it so Well that iiontretil
exercised its optioh
Oscar Tuero, a right hand pitcher is
with the Kiistern leauiie and Frank M i
noz is ill the North Cnrollnn league.
These Cubans probably will be joined
by-others of their country after John
McGruw and m'vernl other praiiitiient
baseball men get tlirougli looking them '
over this wititOr. Several, join iieys to
Cuba are ifiider coiiteiiiplntion by. bnM'.
btill malingers. - '
, NEW TODAY ADS WI1.I. UK
read in the Journal in nil . live :'.e
. Marion county homes Try 'em. 1 .
lf JOHNNY ON THE SPOT Sy