The Fresno Morning Republican from Fresno, California on January 1, 1920 · 20
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The Fresno Morning Republican from Fresno, California · 20

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- MEET COSMOS TODAY Senior Leaguers Expect Hard Games at Playgrounds Senior Playground League standing: Team W L Pet liointes' Terriers q 0 LOOP ::osmos Colts 8 1 Sal I whey 6 3 661 Johns 2 9 F0(1 FL S Pups 3 6 F A C Juniors 1 4 200 IL S Beds 1 8 Alt lifornia Field 0 0 000 lames Today Holmes' Terriers vs Cosmos Colts at Holmes' playground In School Reds vs California at Call !ernia 111 School Pups vs F A C Juniors it Einstein Illemorial PlaYgroula The Fresno City playgrounds will tiart the now year with a Fplendid ichedule of playground ball 'a game scheduled at Holmes' play eround for 2:30 between the league eading Terriers with nine wins and no Pleats and the Cosines Colts who have est b4 one game and that to the Ter pors after four extra innings will bring inri some wonderful competition Bills the Terrier pitcher who struck ant 20 batters and allowed but one hit will twirl The Colts will start the felhoeing lincupi Sobatian c: Aubery p tilanue lb Parrot 21i St Am 3b: Bush oF H Bier so Meitner Weber F Bier be:field with P Bier and Kruser as The Ili Sineel Reds will work out Wilson their new pitcher against the ricwiyerttanized California Field on the latter's home field A snappy game Omni result from the clash between the F A C Juniors who won their last gtme and the Hi School Pups who payed a wonderful gamt against the Holmes Terriers Monday CHE FRESNO MORNtirvn REPIJ EiLICAN THURSDAY JANUARY 1 1e20 Lightweights Open League Today at City Playgrounds The first games of the 110-pound baslo tbuil league will take place on the city playgrounds today when three eIns will he played Besides the six learns that play today there will likely 1st six other teams enter the league the first of the week The teams that are counting on going into the league are: Fresno Athletic Normal two Longfellow teams C A and St Alfonso The games this afternoon Will be pissed between: Fink-Smith and CosmoS at FinkFluith at 4 o'clock liolmes nnd Dickey at Holmes play ground at 4 o'clock California Field and Washington at California Field at 4 o'clock FRANK MORAN TO BOX FULTON ON JANUARY 12 NEWARK NJDee :IL—Frank 1toran of Pittsburg and Fred Fulton wit) meet in an eight-round bout here on January 12 The bout WM be Moran's sixth in a series of "come back" contests in which he has knocked out four of his five opponents !Jim Darcy to Meet Ortega at Presidio In Ten Round Bout SAN FRANCISCO Dec 111—A ten-round bout on January 12 between Jimmy Darcy of Portland and "Battling" Ortega middleweights is to be staged in the Presidio military reservation here according to a published announcement by the post authorities here today The state law prohibits bouts in excess of four rounds but this law does not apply to property owned or controlled by the government Three six-round preliminaries will precede the main bout Fresno Enters Two Teams in Telegraph Bowling Tournament 1203 K Street DO NOT DELAY At a meeting of bowlers at the Auditorium alleys last evening it was decided to enter two teams from Fresno in the P C B A telegraph tournament The event will take place Sunday January II and the local boys will be in Cliff Durant to Enter Air Race SEATTLE Wash Dee 11---Cliff Durant aviator and automobile race driver probably will enter an air race between Seattle and Alaska planned for next spring it was announced here today Captain Sir Arthur Whitten Drown non-stop trans-At iantie flyer several days ago wrote that he probably would enter The Aero Club of the Northwest which is arranging for the race has received inquiries from several other aviators A capital prize of $25000 probably will be offered New York Yankees George Fathy Fresno's Classy Tailor Over-Stock Sa T must clean up my present stock to make room for spring goods For this reason I am forced to slaughter my Floes to figures as low as cost Corn e in and examine our woolens and compare our priers with market prices ' Fashionable Styles for young and old at ihe same prices Fitting and workmanship guaranteed NOTE THE PRICES t6500 INilouwe Serge Suit $4500 $5000 yoowrth Any Suit $3500 $4500 ChoiceSuiU $3250 Coma and give your measure Remember your tailor above competition wtlt many crack teamsIALL ilmERIcAN : from Victoria to Southern California 1 and west of Denver 1 Teat Tannehill has selected a team entered by Harry Jackson of the Gent oral Tire and Rubber Co of Fresno l The lineup will probably be Oliver TEAms NAmED emith Taunt Tannehill and Jackson 1 Charles Sluice has entered the Travel- ! - ers Hotel team with Mark I lanna as captain Hanna will announce his lineup in a few days and the two teams Will meet in practice matches before the Selections Made From tournament The award to the win- ning teams are paid entries to the i Most Noted Athletes p C B A meet at Oakland in May when Fresno will he represented win or 1 of United States lose in the telegraph tournament 1 Release Players NEW TORT Dec 31—The New York American League club today announced the release of the following players: Pitchers Cliff Murk le Luther Nelson and Paul Carpenter to the Toledo club of the American Association Pitcher A C Vance to the Sacramento club of the Pacific Coast League and Outfielder Everett liankton to the Dallas club of the Texas league Of these players only Nelson and Carpenter were with New York in DI& MAY COACH VALE NEW HAVEN Conn Dee 31--T A D Jones a former coach probably will come to Yale as a football coach next fall according to Prof C W Mendell chairman of the board of control of the athletic association NEW Y01114' Dec 2E—Fo1lowing the custom inaugurated by the late James E Sullivan °Myers of the Amateur Athletic Union have selected all-Ameriean athletic teams for the year Just closing Secretary F W Rubein in 1 naming the mythical combinations shows that of the all-American teams 16 are from the east 12 from the middle west three from the Pacific coast and one from the south Nine have college affiliations and 23 athletic clubs connections of the all-American college team ten are from the east five from the middle west one from the south and one from the Pacific coast The personnels fat-low: - : A 11-A inerican athletic team events: Fix1Y-Yard dash Carl Johnson UMversity of Michigan lad yards Charles W Paddock University of Southern California 220 yards H enry Spokane A A C 300 yards Loren Murchison New YorkiA C 440 yards Frank J Shea Pittsburgh A A dad yards Thomas Campbell University of iChleago SSO yards Homer Baker Glen-roe A C New York 1000 yards Jolts R Sellers New York A C one mile Joie Ray Illinois A C Chleago two miles Ivan C Dresser Cornell University five miles Caries Pores Alillrose A C New York ten miles Frerl Faller Dorchester (Mass) A C ceoss coon-try John Simmons Syracuse University: 70-yard hurdles Walker Smith Cornell University 120-yard hurdles Fred W KellY New York A C 220- yard hurdles Robert Simpson illinols A C Chleago 440-yard hurdles Floyd to Smart Chicago A A walking Will11am Plant Morningside A C New Standing broad jump J C Hoskins Chicago A A - Standing high Jump W H Taylor Marietta (ONO Y M C A Running broad jump Sol Butler Dubuque College Iowa Running high jump Jolla Murphy Multnomah A C Oregon IRunning hop skip and jump Sherman C Landers Chicago A A 1 Pole vault F K Foss Chicago A A l Sixteen-pound shot P J Mc Donald Now York A C 1 Fifty-six-pound weight M J MciGrath New York A C I Discus A W Mucks Chicago A A i Sixteen-pound hammer P RVan I Laughlin Lyceum New York javelin itleorge A Broader Jr New York A C 1 Petittathion Robert be tlendre Georgetown University Ail-around S Harrison Thompson 1Prineetion University 1 Steeple chase M A Delaney Mil-roue A A New York l All-American college tani l JAI° hundred yards (ha HMI IV Midi I flock University of Southern CH lifOrHie 2nr yards W Creed I IftVITIOntl !University of Pennsylvania: 440 yards 11I C Curtis University of Chicago: Iill I yards Kurt A Mover Cornell Culver!sity One mile Dinnis I O'Connell Harvard University: two miles Ivan C 1Dresser Cornell University Cross country John Simmons Syrareuse University RO-yard hurdles Wal- ker Smith Cornell University 20-yard 1 r hurdles Carl Johnson University of l Atichigan - 1 Running high jump R W Landon Yale University rutting brood Jump Sol Butler Dubuque College owe I Pole vault E A Myers Imrtmouth l College 1 Sixteen-pound shot W II Alien lj'tilVtrsity of Maine - 1 Sisteenpound hammer I II Weld Rartmouth College I iltiellM E Glifillati University of Notre Dame r Pavel in R M Angier Cul -rsity of Chit ago - 1 (illkstrW CHRiZYmAS 1301) LOOK AT klITLECHEVrER'- - VVA LP AT Yt-IIRTY 0NC-a BIN bltiN1 Ftk(40- LY-TILE c1-4-ctR 't()'111 Selections Made From Most Noted Athletes of United States Jim Scott Retires ' From Baseball Seal Head Is Notified SA N FIIIANCIellIto Dee nt — 1Iori Scott bitelloor tor the San loItitnelso o tousehall dull last tirUSOn kw1 loirtnellINI with the Chleaoro White 0X antoouneed lois retirement tmon baseball In a letter revel Ved here lowboy ioy Manama Charles Graham Of the Hee melee it teem rboolt who Is in she oil lousiness in Sento tie with Fournier flout basetnao or HIE Angeles boon elated het him buSi nnF4 hotel nts would pie el 1 I ItiN piny' inn hnIl itext year Vouriller oleo has tionoldeti to quit the game he no hi I (Imbrue expressed hie belle(' INA ro4rolt 'vas sineere In him lutetillon to re wain in lousiness and mild that the loss oiI the bitoolloor woould wore H hold Won to the triton 4rt1 ilia the Whit Sox in 1917 to join the alloy nod tkas u ear bolo during tile woo GUN311ITll TAKE — YOUR WORK W"'It) TO A REAL EXPERT A Stock of Parts on Hand at All Times for Every Make of Gun L H Wellhelmer 1 V 111 THE GUMPS-GREETINGS SANTA CLAUS! Lb Afibi FELL HER -ro ot NEW WisAbROaE (tt (t1 DITANg LU I I U WI ATI" 11 JUST BEFORE BLOW T : LL ENDED HOPES OF GRIDiRON I OTDAY I U I InIVII I U ti 1111 I Uti I I - CRi 31--Shotgun Urf expeetiiii to ail' rici here itaiwary Harvard Team Has Clean Record WithoutDefead tile first itimitial trapslitooting tom i - tyient Fil hIt 1 to b hnowil as the PASADENA Cat Dee 31—Ea4t va West for the unofficial football vhamPianship of Ameriea will he the New Year's Pay card offered gridiron followers at Tournament Park here today when Itarvarills huskies Champions of Eastern fields line up to do battle with the University of Oregon team Pacific conference title holder Western rooters have Sene Paatern learns in action here before but 'WNW Harvard---nor either of the other two members of the b'g football triumvirate Harvard Yale Princeton It will he a second appearance for Oregon however in the role of Western defender 'When the Tournament of itors Asseciation put football on a big league ltasis in 1919 by inaugurating tile annual Nelt"Year's contest between East and West ItroWn University PH Ye as the East's representative 'Washington State College was the Weatern beleofon flows went to the latter on a 14 to 0 score Again on Jannac 1 1917 the west trillImbed When Oregon whipped Pennsylvania by the same aenre 14 to O 'With the Plated States at war the 1 fit 0 New Year's game haat ilt4 interae tional character Football teams were not encouraged to travel acrosa the continent 'when all railway trains Pere 'needed for soldiers Hence it was that two western opponents Camp ' Lewis I soldiers and Mare Island marines were matched The marittes won 19 to 9 January I 1919 fount the nation at peace but still under arms The big univerities bad no tea tos and again service elevens tilled the breach The Great Lakes naval training station I squad eame out from Chicago anti gave the Mare Island marines previous years Winners ‘t 20 to 7 beating - Of tomorrow's contestants Harvard has the cleanest recorl The Crimson train went through the 1919 season without a defeat Only two tealna seared aginst them Princeton no1 Yale The game with Princeton rated in a 10 to 10 tic that with Yale ja a 10 to 3 victory for Harvard The ther games of the season resulted as tot-tows: Harvard Hates 0 'Halyard 17 University of Vbginia 0: liaard 20 Springfield 0: Harvaid 17 Brown n Harvard 17 Boston College 0: Dare' Tufts 0 :I Oregon bp f ered one defeat the ttInteat with Washington Stale Cent-ere ending 7 to 0 in favor at the triter Scores of the tote other games played were: Oregon 23 31ultnentah 0 Oregon 26 University of Idaho 9 Oregor 24 l'nlyersily of Wohingtoll 13: )regan 9 Oregon Agricultural College 0 - Coaches of each I earn pronounee their I men in the hest of condition - I "Oregon is ready" said Coaell Hunt All-Ainerlean college uzatni Otto hundred yards Charles IV PadKik University of Southern Cantor- Governor Olcott a 2ito yards W Creed IIHNITIOnd niversity of Pennsylvania 440 yards r' t c c) University of Chivago: SSD Wtr B es es Wishes aids Kurt A Mayer Cornell Culverty one mile Dinnis I O'Connell To Oregon Eleven arvard University two intim Ivan C resser Cornell UniVersity SATENI Ore Tom lt1--Gov 01 i4dt tonight telegraphed his hest wishes to members of the University of ()re footholl team which will play itarvaM s eleven in Paoadena CaL New Yeat's (Mt "Sincere and Cordiai grectingo to to h and all of you rime the stdte you mo reseitt tvhich tI vnich confidently the outcome of the great gridiron clasoh- 1kift theevoottive's telegram "Finn in the helirC that tile htregnit Rililit idl not fail you hi the rondo trot for so promny bet wetot tite east and whht the whole state am well OK your tiled males will be with you in spirit or ni person on Thursday "Through you we are Certain that irtIlona! recognition must be given to the athletin Powers °MIA west Every mtni IVOITIall and child of Ito hack home Lis Pulling for yen and feel deelolY that tory will be yours °sky Wow Wow" Y M C A NOTES SlottalVs events in the gymnigthen govt great variety of events ali1 every moldier will have a Olga w ' take plat in one or the other et the ail Nit leg 10 a in—Volley 1811 ()Don to )01 mernhers wishing a totint Whn aro living out for the stale ellaropionalinsi 11 it in—Indoor 1ast TOtills) to tio obotten frnm the members preset 3 p tn—Hoyle exhibition In the 1--Calielehoull e—ttainis Wittight nI 1 relay eat zigtgag relay rail bhp 1 white t1- Annan tventa Ihick g two lengths 'helity (limey diving p IIll clialnDlon81111) !no(l Standing 'iron(' non)) tilitsont high joint) 12-111 )4101 pill: friss ()DID Doll Up or chinning the 1ar till0 lottato NM's) )) D 1))-ChaintOttlishiD hiisto1111 game I 11111PM Printera 4 linitielsl distant The Mines' 1(1111oro 11n npon1 of Ploy1 V'1111ninti soinsiu 11 Alellualitt IL IL itrott Dolm Lolkins lion 11o1111 'mills lip of NVititor I )1I1)1)1 11D 11111 II Pettereoti (Li-siege Johnson J Forosi 1101011g Itobort Ahls11 NPAN Y1)111( president or 11tO Nut tonal kettp41) Dolny sungoststl to Dan Johtionti 11(ssitlost r tho AnrIifl 1p10411 htt littlItHil nu01 Of the te 11m81 vrffiirtliFH1011 f1101i011 for Monday lit Citieltitintl lanittionetl II WOW(' i hiipossiblo for hlin tio ii 1111111111111 11101111 Id pv111)1111: 1)11111netOi — -- Iplophot toIIit Wint0r flordp111 LIUt tlitiltx 1026 Eyo St Phone 1078 I: t4put Me oP1'': f :fL''i' 7dr experls from :ill over the l'oitcrt h:totem 4 I II t11iciiql in i1 t i 111 het e 1111111111 1-11 - For Season Oregon Eleven Suffered One N- ---'-- : - :-- : -- -- -- i - Defeat by Washington State College teen-yard target mir-'''''''''''': ' :- ?!!'1:- i ' i' '' '-T This wilt hi the first attempt on the Pattifie eottst to ititture E t t " astern shoot- : : t: ' - tt - ''' - ' ' -1 vrs to COMP lk t tor a Winter event 1 -Here's 1 To You! Nay This 'Irii Prove To 'Ile - A Truly I I appy and Prosper il!1 NOV Yea r l 'rho Fresno Brewing Co :Fresno Cal aga (014 i )UTTCAN't BEuEV) "TNKT THIS $Z FOR NA— -rto$ ooL SEEMS 't-bo (c)013 roR tAIN ( 1 'CIU1sAl j ttj I ZNI1 'rt-ios:r ''NNFET OP Lrrt-LE CHESTE AwD I bit:N'T n$ptcr Initt“1 pRErrf ?UR PLt- NES-Kt IE CrAINLY 1-REANS0 yvo s 1137 Jay St WANTED 2 5 Salesmen for Clothing Hat and Furnishing Depts MUST BE EXPERIENCED Store closed all day Friday to rearrange merchandise SALE OPENS AT 71 '1 9 A m MMOIMMOINIIMIN IrS SilAPAZ ro t-toME IAIPP-1 A MAK e- LIP 1 s (7ss WALK Akovki tisrmE LiaocKA coo rikE opo -rimES-GIVET1-4E NI(11--IROR AA Tf" AT (? dt "MN - Mewl) tonight "We deem it an honor to be the representative of the west in the struggle before us and whether the score goes for no or against us remember well be fighting every minute" "My men are in splendid condition" said Coach Robert Fisher of Harvard "Our training has been brief but sufficient Well deliver our best from the opening kickoff' The weather todex gave every promise of fulfilling the players' fondest hopes Cool almost cold breezes definitely banished the enervating heat of the past two weeks Probably Harvard accustomed to eastern winters appreciated the change even more than Oregon but no kicks were heard from either - The football to be used in tonlorrow's gaii will come from the sky Arrangements were Made today with a well known motion picture star to drop the ball from an airplane whish will take the air a few minutes before the starting whistle blows at 2:20 o'clock Several changes were made by each team today In the line-up announced last night - For Ilarvard A lionveen will start at teei'If 7: Y!-' 60000000mgom I in left half st Hum ead of phries who will icAt74 j 4 '1!' -t"tI- '''t'- - ' IIMMINIONMEMOVIELIM be held in reserve and it 1 8 thought by l' I El 0 m e probably will bi Intl in during the i-' ' ''' 1 ' i latter part of the game tarta(i°4' i WAIT 'TILL For Oregon 110W11111 will play at right e tt-1 - ' end instead of left Williams at left- - -?i::Zell044 guard instead of Manta and Maui? at '''''''--'" ' ' ' ' - r "''" ' SATURDAY FOR right guard instead of Harding The Western Newelaner Union latter will lie held in reserve according Just before Carpentier knocked Beckett out In tha first round showing 1 to Gooch Huntington the fighters In clinch Not muscles of Beckett's back In this action photo I ' The line-ups ns given out tonight: Harvard Posit ion Oregon Desmond ' L E 'toward SPdgvId li rr E Woods I C Williams Ilavemeye 0 K Leslie Hubbard It ( Mautz Kane ft 'I' Bartlett Kane R T Bartlett Steele R E Anderson LOS A NoELES Dec 31--Jimmy Murray ((ant) (4' ' Steeru Dundee of Oakland Cal won the de-A I torween L 11 V Jaeobberger sion over Clene Delmont of New York !aseY R II(C) Brandenburg R Horween Huntington at theend of a fast four-round bout at Vernon arena last night They fought Offielals---George M Varnell referee C Quigley umpire E Plowden at 1i28 pounds in the semi-final young Stott Iva() linesman I y Butter- Retehel defeated Togo lcarlyaina They field field Judge uohlie 1 inn roemiltbg "7" AND Pilt ta uoti ra NELL— cpN HAfnax fiEtTtlese-srHt rrs SHE' RecENt b— A tiOLE SKIN v-CI NZ sr R ItstN E-Lts VIlscH RtqtNE ccm-r X2 8C M ORZ THAN A sA4 I P Jimmy Dundee Wins Over Gene Delmont weighed 1:5 pounds 4 HAT Shotgun Experts BECKETT Expected to Attend r twersile y ourney Red Sox To Train At Hot Springs Ark HOT SPRINGS Art Dec 31—Secrotary Graver ofthe Boston American Lieageu team announced tonight be had concluded arrangements for the team to do its apring training here SAN FRANNS00 P 31—"Strangler" Ed Lewis defeated Gus Kervoras in two straight tails in a wrestling mateh here last night Pa 101 AMMMI101011 It - I 4c 1DNtI ttAri If the tournammit moves sueeessfuli it - is planned to inaliti it an itlintial affair Three trophies are being offered one to the high loan during the entire shoot and the other tva to the leading members of the winniag stale i1111S IlalIy IltrieS 1114-4 have borm recelvol troln both :ima ur Ind proles siOnal eXPTIS IA it 11 lh twat' er guns Everett Ready to Meet Scott Hi 17-EttE9"r Wifh Ina llt--Ecerett iIh schoors football whieh tomorrow moots the Seoll high school Toledo evelen in what in advertised as - a contest for Ma preparatory school championship ofhe ilniteb Slates to nlitht is in condition to "play good football l'oach Enoch ilrigshaw declared Beyond that -statement the Everett coach would maRe il0 huiiru for his men tior any piaalletion ft111) the out- 4 come of the name - Store Closes Hereafter at 6 p m Saturdays " Irt U t A ft 044040 $ A ' '01 it II 41 ft 00 At 3 IA AAA IN dI : lett 40 id it ' I r t 4 4 1 P II I --al i 11 I - ' - - -41r§4r-'''---ront4tIMSOI M IlltaPer!1111W141'"! 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i'"''''''' the Texas league Of these players las c only Frer rsit d W right guard instead of Ilarding The Western wassailer Union SATURDAY FOR Just before Ca pettier knocked Beckett out In the first round showing ' ON JANUARY 12 KellY' New Yark A el 22" l 1 ervice elevens filled tbe i Nelson and Carpenter were with New yard hurII es R ober t Si m pso n I lli nois York in 1918 IA C Chleago 440-yard hurdles FloYd I ' ' InerilL ag4th n ine t'irerit I aims it'vol B:t illing station latter Will be held in reserve aceonling the fighters in clinch Not'e muscles of Beckett's back In this action photo Smart Chicago A A walking Wit- t" load aine out from Chicago and gave tolft1:7a'll'hnel-lu'o'netiansgti°11i'len out tonight: I NEWARK N J Dee n1--Frank MAY COACH YALE 'Ilion Plant Mornincside A C New II"' lit are Island merinos pibions 1 It'oran of Pittsburg' and Fred Fulton NEW HAVEN Conn Dee 31—T A York ar ye H Willi r teS i 20 to '7 beating )' wili meet In an eight-round bout here D Jonee a former coach probably wili Oregon w on January 12 The bout Will be Mors come to Yale as a football coaeh next chienc A I II of tomorrow's contestants Harvard Harvard Position Standing broad jump 1 C Hoskins has the ealtest recool ' The Crimson Desmond ' 11°"rd Jimmy Dundee Wins Red Sox To Train an's sixth in a series of "eome back" fall according to Prof C W Mendell --4-7i-id-g' IA' team went through the 1019 season Sedgivielt la 1 C Leslie i ' conteets in ivhich Ile has knoeked out ehairman of tile board of control of II a -- igh jump W H Taylor without a defeat Only two teams Woods NIilliants 11 ‘i I i- Marietta (Ohio) Y M C A seored aginst them Princeton unl ilavemeyer c K Legg Over Gene Delmont At Hot Springs Ark four of his five opponents athletic association Running broad jump Sol Butler tau- Yale The game with Princeton etded Hubbard Mt — Manta 3 2 ------ ---- - buque College Iowa a in a 10 to 10 tie that wit h al Ye ri P 1ane R 9" Bartlett 1 --- R unning high jump Johd Murphy 10 to 3 i vctory for -Harvard The aber steele R E Ande rson LOS ANtraNEs Doc 3 1--Jimmy HOT SPRINGS Ark Dec 31—See - Multnomah A C Or sgon games ot the toasoll resulted as fol Murray (cant) Q K Steers rotary Gotver ofthe Boston American n Dundee of Oakland Cal Nvon the (le- a Ita t es 0 Hai ard A I torween la IL V Jaeobberger Lynam team announced tonight be had pos 7 1 Running hop akip and jump Sherman I I ': 1- ws : I tarvaid Vit ima 0: Hl n on over Gene Delmont of New York Os ' 1G Landers Chingo A A 1 I nivereitl of g a aid I arree --IL ILO": Brandenburg comluded arrangements for the team to 11 20 Springfield li: Harrold 1 o H i Pole vaulL F K Foam Chicago A A R Horween F B Huntington at theend of it fast four-round bout at do its spring training here 1 a Harvard 11 Boston College 0: May- S'x e I hot P J illrDonald ' 1 1 te n tau id s I Vertio t 'en I st id The fowl It 11 t 1 a a n t It 3 l I 'el Tufts a ' Officials—George M 'Yarnell referee 'New York A C alh7e" Ge 0 rge Faill y gon eleted one defeat tile i'SS E C Quigley mnpire 16 plowden 'tt 1"8 pounds In the send-final young SAN FRANr1:400 Dee 31—i'Strang- '' ' Fifty-six-pound weight M J Me I it) Waahington Stal e Cell -Ste ' I I l' I I I ' : Stott ma inestnan en ilittet- hetchel defeated Togo Korlyatna TheY 11"” 'us Kerr Ed Lewis defeated C oras 1Grath New York A C te't g‘ ) to 0 in favor of the ii'ltee fi I f ' field t ri ' in two straight falls in a wrestling I Disue A W limts Cihicago A A end"' ' I ti ' e t I t tr'e' stretched Ii5 pounds ' Scores of the four other games p ase inateh here last night 1 t i Sixteen-pound hammer P L IIIan were: Oregon 23 Multneniall 0 Oregon g ggagaagaggaggsg 1 Laughlin Lyceum New York javelin 26 University of Idaho 0: Oregol 24 George A Brorider Jr New York A C cgi4 of wgnington 13: laregol 9 1 A 9 ta I College 0 'V1'15''Iel 1 Inetittathion Robert Le (lendre Oregon Agriellitill ( ' 4 1 4 -4 r reS110 S Classy Tailor 1 Geogetown University stia e'"'"(' '' ' ' Alrl-around S Harrison Thompson Coaelles of each team la r d pronotinee :he ' ii'2 g I-- ' St )rkvoTrrin Er-777-'41'1' ' -': :4771 -' :" 4' r-79 -::-:1::-1 IPrineetton University men ti ir in the best of coodion 14a " I le - '0 41 n V -'4-1' -0 - 4 : 1 eep l e ch a se M A D ela ney NIII - ''twegoll eaY" said Co llett lit im- ' -' ( : M1 I' l 'rose A A New Yolk ' Liti '' '' 'I A 411 '1 i? ps: III ti t 1! 'i ' 1 4 Al ) T 1 Ail-American coilege 1ant -r ' )7 1 '''''1 ' : ' 1203 K Street ! tnic hundred yards Chatles W ?it'd- '1- - - 1:-) i I l llock University of Southern Califor- uovernor Olcott k ! - ) ti' 1 Hitt 220 yards W Creed lifiNiontl 1 'University of P tr ennsylvania: 440 yards lir res es "' ' 0 C Cortis Universi t y of Chleago S : W: i Bt Vil ishes -:::: yar i a 4 A 1137 Jay 'ds Kurt A Mav or Cornell Culver- ' 1 ' tii'041 la it S one mile Dinnis I O'Connell a To Oregon Eleven - c- Harvard University: two miles Ivan C Over-Stock Sale 'sser Cornell University ' 'AL(' s countrv J I S S — '''''': - to- 0 in unmans 31a- SALEM Ore Dee ll1--Gov illoat 1-ti Ot 4 ' cus University 120-yard bilillieil Wal- -ample 1 s hes wishes to I tolacht teb I I 1 I t '7Ile 41 AP It1Piene I r ker e Smith Cornell University: 220-yard members of the University of Ormi1 : 'Inirdies Carl Johnson ' University of I football train will11 will play ilarvare a r 1ft Miehigan eleven in Pasadena CaI New NleaCs e a i T must elNin up Inv present stock to Elllirlirlei high jump IL W Landon d ay Yale University rutting hrond jump esig 1 ten raja gram Ingg to I 14o1 Itutler Dubuque College owe- and all of you oni the et ite soti r o I I'ole vault E A illyers Dartmouth I i i di I di fi lend 11 l'etw It W I el W Wil ( IOU ( e t 1 (1111 Big savings in All - !College I :0 4 Departments 1 1 sttonpoitoi Khol NV II Alleli g out olue of the great gridiron elessi I make room for sprinm (roods For this Iva- 6 b Utilsetsity of Maine 1 ad th x ti toi eeeenve's ce1111 11 "Fire' le the la11 f that the ioreitort spirit' st di il IN selns( ' klVYrr a I Fixteen-i ''''und ilaniteler' I' li '''''''"' ' not fail you In the crucial test fot s'o ' e i 1 1')‘ E o n I arn forced to slaughter my priees to itartmoulli College I premaey bet Wev ii lite OSA WW1 WN ' s' 4" lrI'l t i 4k 1 DitiellS E Viiiiiititi l'iliVell9113 of the who g1 ga aii ws yell! ill' I ' 1 ' Notre Dame r 1 0 figures as low as cost Come in and exam ine mior will ho wth yo u in small or in Javelin R If Angier (Int: rsity of 1 i person on P i ors III r - - - aKO 4 ' I ' ' ' 4 4 ''' ' 11 l' i 41:-)t 1 i'lihrough you we are certain that at- I ' A our woolens and compare our priors with (7111 I t Ilona! recognition must be given to i'm ' ° ' ' 141 1 11 ahletic liowers ofthc west Every man ' ' la' tto ''''t ill ' WANTED '- '-' 1( WIL111 ell IrtIlletind ' 1m Sentt Rolroc I WOITIall end child of tin back home att I W ii ' 'I ') I ri s I 1 4 ( ilor le -nine with d at 500 500 250 ' ahoy 04 ta v 0 1 ousl(K:rzikf CHRIzYmAs ERY Bot)(- 1 10 LooK AT krTYLECHEVrER'- - I-1) AAICI( ‘ - HE WA UP A' IV 'THIRTY UNcLt BINN bltiN1 FoRCIZT L)-1-'-ra 1 -TO ' cl-ib--ct R "I' FELL HEIR A NE W 1 czY(S-' NARIA0aE INDIA 1M a oAret BEuEvz I T's A ilAistkz 14111' N 'TNA'T 'THIS $Z 1 V:: IAI ) 1 IKUI A- r l'IA kmos' L'Al k l' 1 (1' s ru) 11 : : ‘ (1 1 t lEul F c:rci kl:N 11 - - - -se 1 ' 4E -HAE 's T t ' ID 'Y sro (To tfomE - FOR 4A Z — I vt tlit rroH 001 $RE Lot ALOSI 1 3Er 4E IA S II o S'i 'CI UN I I ZN'T NTET t LtTTLE CHESTE R7 I A141D I NO N'''r 1 i ' - -v 1 W -rh I hica I 4 1 I 0 Es !! ::15 -v I Ik 4 NV(tt (ttk iN ' t (11 elockA (OupkE op 19:' -- L61 cE1 It b--- ul4p1 le'' '61 IS PRErrsc tV WHO Zeki 4 1 A 1 E '1'1 e II 1-ME S -GI trE ThE IR' t Nt(1-1R0R4 a ri-aRt WMa 4 01 H l''rotk‘( or- )-1 s ' A 1-R-------A1- NoLE s V I NI ikNY 4 il UN YACLAU3 '' I kk-) k c 0 tzar III lit 'h !:1:' i ali 1 t)(iSsrENCE N1) t Ls 100 0 stizitAN ti VIIRL! 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