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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON" SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919.
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t i;R7 RTIiLETICf Iflfl
Return of Pre-War Stars to
With rumors of the return to the pigskin game of
men who have written their names big in football history
on the Pacific Coast leaking out from the various colleger
in the inter-collegiate conferences, followers of the grid
iron game are smacking their lips in anticipation of con
tests that will carry them back to the good old days."
It is probbale that the-war hit foot
IDAHO GRID VETERANS
RETURNING THIS FALL
);A.;lC Game To
Mark Opening Of Modern
Eugene Campus held.
University pf Oregon ,Eugeuo, Aug.
30. Besides being the date of the an
nual state football classic, the game be
tween tho, Oregon and O. A, C, Naveni-
t ) . oer f 's 00 B rV letter day on the
: ,. ri athletic calendar of tho university. The
Presence Of 17 Letter Men lo s the v"e t the
new varsity athletic field, the dream of
generation of students and a modern
substitute for the old Kim-aid field.
Throughout the . summer work has
Moscow, Idaho, Aug. 30. (By United been rushed on the new field, which is to
Press.) Coach Bleainaster 's prediction 'been rushcdTAOIN'ix8sito,bBaodinuuu
Give Hopeful Tint To
' all harder than any other line of col-
oge athletics the venturesome spirit of
ie gridiron hcrq- perhaps being am ex
lunation for, the rush of men from that
line of sport- into the service and the
past twtf years have seen the game fur
iclow its normal standard, both 111 the
class of ball presented and the perforni-
iiice of the individual players.
But, judging from reports, the coining
season is to se a host of old stars wear
ng the colors of the various institutions
in the. wJt. Through with their task
of smashing the Him line the old back
field and linemen are returning to their
iolleges and moleskin outfits with the
determination tn add further cloiv to
kbctnames thsy hae already made. 1'
Indications ppmt to the fact that all
lof tho Pacific coast conference colleges
University of Washington, Washing
on. fitntc c,oll!re. University of Oregon,
p. A. C. and University of California
will offer teams that would have done
;redit to any season of the past. And
:o this number is to be added tho eleven
which will represent Stanford univer
sity. Stanford is returning to the Amor
lean game after having confined its foot
all efforts to Bugby for more than ton
wears. he can hardly be expected to be .
serious cnampionsmp .contender, out
it is not likely that.shc will suffer anv
pumiliating defeats ;
More speculation; is- probably being
fcngaged in regarding the team which
will defend the University of Oregon
'colors than of any of the other colleges.
And this principally because of tnc fact
that this Wall will gee the return of
many of the men, who made up tho won
i November 1 Washington at Seattle.
November 8 W, 8. C. at Porllaud. '.
: November 150, A. C. at Eugene.
November 22 Stanford at Paio Alto.
November ; 27 Multnomah club
that the 1919 gridiron aggregation will
be tho greatest team in the football his
tory of the , University of Idaho, is
backed up by the fact that 23 veterans
17 of whom are letter men, will report
for practice September 15,
Cas toffs Do
Well on Come
The warriors- who have won emblems
and who have promised to return to the
game this season,, are Arrcn Barber, 'ent engineers.
ut Boise; Harry Hartwell, Buhl; Leon Per-
rme, Nez Perce; Felix Pa-stine, Pocatel
lo;: Marvin Carnahnn, Kcnnewick;
Boyd Cornelison, Moscow; Justin Gowen
Caldwell; Grover Evans American Falls;
Bichard Fox, Nez Perce; Pnul Evans,
Rupert; Balph Brashears, Caldweil; Till
man Garlow, Boise; Bovd Briphsvin;
be one of the finest on the Pacific
coast. It is located on the cast end of
what formerly was the university golf
links, at tho comer of University u ve
nue and Agate street aud was designed
to include the best features of the lead
ing athletic fields of tho country fol
lowing an extensive survey" by compet-
New York; Aug. 30.; (United Press.)
It was Dick Rudolph who was mainly
responsible for tha Braves' roughshod
treatment of the Giants in 1914.
Milton Stock had quite a little finger
in the 1915 pie the Phillies eut. . .
In 1916, Rube Marquard had some
thing of importance to dp with tho win
ning of a pennant by the Dodgers.
In 1917, Eddie Cieotte ruf fled th Red
Sox by hefting the White Sox into a
world 'a championship. '
What's it all about!
Nothing much, except that Dick Ru
dolph wus tossed off by the Giants, and
so were Stock and Marquard.. Cieotte
was spurnod by the Red Sox in the past
ages. And Bill Rariden, Heinie Groh,
Eddie Rousch and Slim Bailee, . now
championing for Cincinnati, were blown
off by the Giants.
We wish' to announce thx.t we have purehau L;v ait Shipp ;
Sporting Goods stove at 126 South Commercial street, antj solicit
the continued patronage of the people ot Salem and vicinity. .' ...
This stoi-e and stoek is well known and we will endeavor to carry
a complete stock of high quality goods, including;
GOLF GOODS FISHING TACKLE
GUNS AND AMMUNITION
And everything that is usually found
in a first class Sporting
Tho base of the new field is a layer
of crushed rock 4o the averago depth
of abauj 20 inches. Through this, at in-;
tervals of about 10 feet, is laid lines j
of drainage tile, all of which are con-1
ucctcd with a main drainage sewer. The
crushed rock Iiks been so placed that it j
has a crown of 16 inches in the, center !
Moscow; Albert and Fred Graf, Coeur ' and ou top of thorock baso is a 11-inch
The hunting season will soon be .here and we are ready to supply
hunters and sportsmen with everything needed to completely out
fit them. , i , - . .
ANDERSON & BROWN
'The opening game of tho season will
bo with Oregon, October 18th, at Mos
cow. Gonzala will be met October 5 at
Spokane or Moscow, Washington State
ill bo Idaho's opponent at Pullman,
Wash., November 1. Montana wiil battle
Bleamaster's-mcn at- Moscow on Nov
ember 8, with Whitman following Nov-"
ember 15. The scene of the contest will
be decided later. The Thanksgiving date
is stiH open.. : , .- ..
possibility Of Opposition To
Amencan League Seen In
New York, Aug. 30. (United Press)
Troubes ovet Carl Mays, when the
Yankee pitcher ws suspended by Ban
Johnson and then taken into court
through the action of his
der ful Bezdek machine of 1916. which.
after cleaning up on the coast, adniinis- Tlle Giants paid $40,000 for Arthur
tered the now historical defeat of 14 to Nchf or so it is claimed-Judged by that
0 to the University of Pennsylvania. what is Babe Ruth -worth!
So far Coach "Shy" Huntington aad enf J08' his tw fst starts for the
m :m HIUIIII TT 3 a n . riini.ti. .ItliAnnl. l.n nUnUJ I .nll
nn -K-yi: xiuvvvaru ur me loisoa- vuiib. inrougn wie action of his employers
yellow Egfgation, have been decidedly ! )u both p'istimes. Both games were vital i when they asked an injunction against
reticent as to what material they will the averages of the floundering New Johnson, serves to brinir atromrlv o
have on ham when the first call for i-oncers. in one or tnom the Beds puncn- mind the fact that the maior leamie clr-
it.. '.J I.! a 1I UJ -..l. ... . J
practice is issuea. uui arounu tne iiiu- cu "1,u xul4 i nuu cumueu oui.
gene campus are buzzing the names, of another game. , .
such men as "Bill" Steers, Hollia Hunt-
ington, Moqtieth, " Brick ' f' Mitchell, ! Jaclt Dcmpscy has left the socking
'Spike" Leslie, Snyder. With -such a business lint and is uplifting the circus,
trio as Sters, Huntington and Montieth!w,lcl'e Je8s Willard left off.
behind the line Oregon's team would be . An'1 onl.v a few short months ago he
letter than, hulf made! and the coaches was promising to defend his title when-
lare known- tst-have a lqng string of husr i ever a worthy opponent appeared.
Ikies in the offing from, which to eon- Perhaps Willie Median isn't worthy
ttrnet a line nroportionatelv strong. ! 111 the v's of Uempsey, but he holds a
Whatever "bear stories" may drift couple of decisions over the world's
ut from the varsity camp later it will cll!ml,ioni al the public would like to
le a safe bet that when Oreeoa andiknow now about it. Also, there is Billy
the Aggies stangle in tho state clusSic Miske. '
n Eugene this year on the university '
lomecommg day there will result a bat
tle worth seeing. ' '
Oregon's Schedule for the season is as
October 11 Multnomah club at Eu
October 18 Idaho at Moscow. .
October 2! Open.
cuits have been on the verge of severe
shakeups several times within the last
few years. There have been plenty of
rumors to the effect that the case of
Mays would end in a split that would
carry the Boston, New York and Chi
cago clubs out of the league mid into a
new organization that would ctj
enough weight to smash the American
T i ; . . . -
ji lucre is any lounaarion for auch s
lnvcr nf lonm so graded ns to maintain
the 16-inch that had been given tho
The football field has been carefully j
surfaced and sowed with a tough audi
rhit'Ahln vorietv nf lnwn D.rnH mill, it is I
expected will be in the prime of condi
tion, by the date oi the big game, which
will also be honiocoming day for gradu
ates and former students of the univer
sity. . , " ""
Seating accomodations for 7,000 peo
ple will be provided in the grand stand
and bleachers that are to bo erected this
fall. The grandstand alone, which will
be built along tho entire west side of the
field, will have a seating capacity pf
4,000 people, all under the cover of a
tight shingle roof. Bleachers accomodat
ing an additional 3,000 people will bo or
ected along the east side of the field
and the greater part .of these scats will
also be under cover. .'.,.
SPEAKER SUCCEEDS 5
TO p LUCK JOS
Pcpslar Qevebd Player Fac
ics Ksisrical Jinks
Now York, Aug. 30. (United Press.)
Tris Speaker has become playing
manager of the Cleveland Indians, des-
W. E. Anderson The Sporting Goods Store
Formerly the Watt Shipp Co. '.
K J Brown
126 S, Commercial St.
DEER SEASON TO OPEN
ON MONDAY HOB
Regulations Covering Hunting
Methods And Limits On
The deer season opens next Monday
a,nd for hunters west of tho Cascade
mountains it is the open season for
buck deer with horns until October 31
In Union and Wallowa counties the
season opens September 10 and closes
November 10. '
The upper McKenzie and the upper
Willamette are the iawonto . acer
$ . -v....,
(By Unltod Press.) . "
. Yesterday's winuers (Salt Luliu, Port
land, Oakland, Vernon. .: ' '1 !
Home runs: Bigbec, Mirlleu, .Seattle,
Twelve hits, nine, walks ftiid, five er
rors gave tho Bees a 12-7 win over beat
tie. Bigbeo, who relieved Thoiuus hit b
hoino, a triple and a single in three
times up but he walked seven Bees.
, Bunched hits in. the first inning by
the Beavers beat the Angels, 2 to 1 in
a tight game with only one. error shtlk-
c(l up.' ; ..
The Seals scored 10 hits; the 0ks
five. The Oaks made six runs, the Seals
An error by Corhan and a eloso
reached bv auto from Boseburg. Med.
"ford is the starting point for hunters
who wish to shoot in Jackson county.
With the deer season comes the open
season for silver gray squirrels. The
inpuHnn for doyen and wild niueons is
UP't the Jong trail left behind them by Septombor I to October SI. Those
iuji 4vu,i".u auu u uiiiiiu.jm.iii,,.. - Wno care only tor unmese pneasants
Tris became loauoi orJim uuim'sywill have to wuit until October 1-in
this, part of the. valley and then the
season is for only one month.
Judging by past years, it. is a sate
huntine grounds and both are reached ' four.
by the way of Eugene. The North decision nt the plate were fatal to the
Umpqua and uamas vauey sections are Bonis.
iLondon A Icylnder ef poison gas
; was successfully used to stupefy a wo,
; man waiting for car in a busy West
, end street, by an up to date thief who
i made a clean getaway with a valuable
' parcel. .
jTry Salem First In Buying
entry for the American league pennant,
because he was popular with fans ana
surmise it hn't vt ,l..w,,4 it Payers, nveryuouy, n suemeu, wuineu
Member 1, 1919
Are You Ready For Your Buck?
Winchester, Remington, Savage Rifles, Guns, Cases,
Marble's Knives, Axes, Matchboxes, Cleaning Rods,
' Pack Sacks and Carry Bags, Sleeping Bags .
; 1 and Mattresses
DUXBAX HUNTING TOGS
i HUNTING BOOTS AND SHOES
Lyman, Sheard'a and Marble's Sights; Winchester,
U. S. and Remington ; Ammunition; Compasses,
Everready Flashlights and Batteries; Oil, Gun
i - Grease and Hopple No. 9 ' . .
Bros. Gun Store
J i ..... , . ;
Outfitters Of Sportsmen And Athletes
Salem, Oregon. .
is a. fact that the question was given
Some years ago there were attempts
to prove that 8t. Louis was not large
enough to support two baseball clubs,
and efforts were made to have its fran
chise transferred to Kansas City or
Milwaukee. Only a brief timo airo thrn
was an effort to transfer tho Washing
ton franchise to Toronto, which was all
set to Did for the American league club.
Baltimore has tried manv time tn t
ack into baseball as a ma jor league
city, and has been prevented only by
the fact that it never has shown itself
equal to the task of caring for a big
league club. .
; Now there are reports that Cincinnati
will be made to house a new ciub, and
that Toledo and Indianapolis have been
given consideration. These reports
hinge on the possibility of a split in the
American, with the necessity for new
cities to replace those shuffled off by
the revolting clubowners.
So far as can be learned nothiifg defi
nite has been done. The recalcitrant
ones would much prefer to decapitate
Ban Johnson and go on their peaceful
way with a new president who would
not act quite so much like a czar.
It has been contended that Detroit
and Philadelphia, would fall over them
selves getting into the new outfit should
the triumvirate of iowerf..l cli.fc. aa.
cido to break awav.
in and manage a ball club
like he can hit. 80 he did, after a vain
fight against acceptance of such a post.
Well, that was why Nap Lajoie bo
came manager pf the old Cleveland
Blues. The fans and players wanted
him. There never was a inure popular
player anywhere. His hitting and grace
ful fielding ut sceond base did it, just
as Speaker's hitting and graceful field
ing turned the trick for him. Why, La
joie became so popular they eyon
changed the team's name. They begun
to call it "Naps" and the ncnie stuck
a long time.
Then there came the trouble. The
Blues slumped aud slumped, finally, in
sheer self -protection Charlie Homers
had to pick another : manager, who
turned out to be another player Joe
Birmingham. Aud Joe did a fine job of
it. He had his team fighting for u pen
nant for a brief spell and then the
jcalousios got In their work again. Joe
stepped out of the way and Lee Fohl,
who had been a coach, took his place,
holding it until the demand for Speaker
Fohl, so experts would have us be
lieve, never was cut out for a major lea
gue manager. He doesn't rule strongly
enough, it is contended, and made some
errors that had tho Cleveland club
floundering where it should have been
Speaker could take t lesson from ,
look back over the history of the club 's
managers, but he apparently is willing
to take his chances, and it must be ad
mitted the Indians are trotting along
in fairly fast company with the renown
ed outfielder leading them.
Playing managers it seems are be
coming all the rage again. Oavy Cra-
vath, although doing most of his labor
on the bench, still is regarded as
proposition to say that within a few
days njft'er the first f September,
there will ome reports of accidental
shooting where men have been mistak
en for deer. To avoid such, there has
again been issued the following warn
Do not shoot at moving brush.
Do not shoot until the horns can be
Do not wear khaki clothes unless
some bright color is worn. Wome hunt:
ers wear red head pieces and others
red flannel shirts.
Do not fail to put out campfires.
In addition to the suggestions of
fered, the synopsis of game laws re;
cently issued contain some valuablo in
formation in which the following is
Carry your license with you. Any of
ficer has a right to ak for the license.
Shoot at nothing but bucks. Do not
fail to attach your tag to a deer as
soon as killed. You may kill two buck
deer during the. season and five sil
ver gray squirrels in any seven con
secutive days. .
It is also unlawful to mutilate a
deer after killing or have possession
of the carcass or the skin in any man
ner so as to disguise the sex. It is un
lawful to hunt or catch a deer at any
time between sunset and half an hour
before sunrise. It is evidence that the
law has been violated if one is found
between these hours with a gun lying
in wait, upon or near runways or trails
used by game animuls.
British Abandon Big Army
Base Maintained At Rouen
Famous Field General of H!are
; Island Elem To Lead
; College Squad,
I'ullmun, Wash, Aug. 30. ( United '
I'ti'ss.) Dick lfanley, who wim captain
and-field general of the famous Mare
Wand marines during tho 1918 football
caHM( will captain the , Washington
State college eleven this year. t .
Furmer,. service men will kIho couch
the- team Cuptnin pus Welch, hcu.lL .
coach, with Captain Curl Diets nno
Zimmerman as his assistHns. Mitts an
Zimmerman were nicked hv Wullcr
Singles by Mitchell and Edgiuto emii -for his oll-sorvicn eleven Ik. Mil.
nnil Till n illttu rna'g uf.rifinn illnfArl .ivntl'n.i. a ... i... ... a.
m..u 1. on,,. ....... v.. . ,.. , noin nrn lormer wasniuL'tun niar.r. ..ri-iii
across for tho Tigers in the ninth, win
ning over Sacramento 4 to 3. v ,
irufl heroes, - The training season for
the following schedule will ho oponed
September 15 1
October 1 Multnomuh Atlilotie club
of Portland, at Spoksns.
October 23 Oiilifoniiu, ut Burkuloy,
November 1 Idaho, at l'lillman, '
TIT 1 O .. -.11. .1 Y
Manchester, Ei.gliiml, Aug. 30-1. " " "i'"'M.
mobilized soldiers arc getting even with I vcmuCT j--ii.,!.., u.uversuy
vniilir wni wli In h onrlv lnv nf ." fUllllian.
It . !! ,., .1 : November 2a OrcL'ou Al'l'Ios at Port-
land. r..;,..-...; :
White Feather Works T&
Women Holding Men's Jons i
the war would writo them annonymous
letters containing white feathers I
Numerous young women employed cm
tram-cars, in factories and shopping
stores are receiving white feathers for
taking over men's jobs and refusing to.
give them up. A few of tho women
have taken the hint and given up their
Thanksgiving day Molilalia, ut Mis
Onklnnd, Cal. S01110 one mint have"
lieen "dead set" on a joy ride. They
stole the coroner's dead waijcin and af
ter riil i 11 ir in ghoulish glee wrecked it.
and abundoned it on an isolated road.
Bouen, France, Aug. 30. Uoucn bus
been demobilized by the British, aud
the historic old Normandy capital, cuin-
c ouflugsd for five years as "Army
Philly player and often hils in the nin- i Postof t ice No. 2" and the British ad-
Boston, Mass., Aug. 30. Barnev I cnes- vanced base throughout the war, has
Adair, Boston welterweight, defeated'. There are rumors that George Stall- j been abandoned to the French. Only
Paul Doyle, Boston, in 12 rnnn.l. nf.ings will be succeeded bv a famous about 1,500 British troops, mostly In-
fast milling here last night.
- Canton, Ohio, Aug. 30. The fight
scheduled for Labor day here between
Jack Britton, welterweight champion,
and Jock Malone, was called off today
by Matehmakcr JHeKinncy due to Brit
ton 'g illness. : .
Bcranton, Pa., Aug. 30. Balph St hap
pert of Wilkesbarre defeated Iri.4 Pat
hv Cline of New York last night. Steve
Latso outpointed Phil Bloom.
phy shaded Joe Willis, ancient heavy
weight at Dreamland list night. It
was a dull affair, tho men needing over
ennts more than courtpluster or arnica
after it ended. Goat Lsvin and Mexican
Kid Carter drew in the evening's best
(Brisbane Refusal by shipping com
panies to recognize influenza and pnea
monia as "risks of the work," causes
strike among Queensland seamen,
. . which is expected to spread to other
San Fraaeiseo, Aug. 30.-8pud Mur- Australian ports.
oians, remain to guard ana supervise
the removal of the lust of the vast Bri
tish army stores and Germun prisoners.
Koucii for nearly five years has not had
less than fifty thousand British troops
quartered in the vicinity. It was the
Record office headquarters, m ' third
Echelon "7 as it was known to tins B. K
F. British army huts are being auction
ed, and snapped up eagerly, aud iq a few
weeks only tho British cemetery will b
left to remind the eitixvus of the grout
British war bast. ' C
$ Keep 'em In The Circle $$
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