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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1923
stake and examine the position of
his opponent’s >hoes before making
his first or final iptch. All eon-
testants shall pitch both shoes from
the pitching box into the opposite
pitching box or forfeit the value
Barnyard golf, or horaeahoe pitch-! dicutar, inclined one inch toward of one point to his opponent. Al!
ing, has become so popular a pas- the opposite «take and extending contestants shall, when having first
time that a national organization | eight inches above the ground in pitch, after delivering both shoes
has been formed which has adopted I the pitcher’s box. On single courts stand buck of a line even with the
rules for the conduct of the game, the stakes shall be set in the center stake and out of the pitcher’s box.
There is considerable difference be-1 of the pitcher’s box. Where several Any contestant delivering his shoes
tweer. the national rules and those ' or more courts are constructed, the lauding outside of the opposite
which are commonly followed, laical i stakes »hail be not less than eight pitcher’s box shall forfeit the value
«¡rwirt would do
dn | feet
fppt. apart, in ii a striii&ht
straight direct line of his pitch. Wrapping the fingers
with tape, or the wearing of gloves
well to paste the rules, which are where possible.
Horseshoes—No horseshoe shull shall be permitted in all games. If
printed below, in their scrup books
exceed the following regulation*; at any time a shoe is broken, such
for future reference:
Grounds und Courts—The grounds 7% inches m length, 7 inches in ••s striking another shoe, the frame
HF.AVY ALL-SILK CANTON CREPE
ahull be level as possible. The width, 2% pounds in weight. No of the pitcher’s box, the stake or
56-INCH ALL-WOOL BROADCLOTH
pitcher’s box shall be filled with toe or heel calk shall measure over other cause, such shoe shall be re
$3.50 A YD.
potter’s clay or any substitute of three-quarters of un inch in length. moved and the contestant entitled
u like nature. The cluy must be Opening between the calks shall to another pitch.
If you have been looking for a heavy
These beautiful imported broadcloths
Bingers—Any shoe, to be scored
keut moist and worked to a putty not exceed 3% inches, inside men
weight crepe for blouse or dress and
are most adaptable for the slender sil
like condition, and to a depth of surementa. No horseshoe constructed us a ringer, shall encircle the stake
a crepe which will give teal service,
not lesa than 6 inches and at least in a freak design will be considered far enough to permit a straight
houette styles for fall, being just the
edge to touch both heel calks and
18 inches uround the stake.
we invite you to see this all-silk canton
desired weight to drape beautifully
Regulation Game»—A standard clear the »take.
Pitcher’s Box The pitcher’s box
and made with a very rich lustre.
crepe. Just feel the heavy weight, note
Foul Lines—A foul line shall be
shall extend three feet on either regulation game shall consist of 50
the “better-t han-ordinary ” quality.
aide to the rear und front of the points und the contestant first established three feet in front of
We believe you cannot find a better
stake. Said box shall be constructed scoring this number after all shoes the stake and any pitcher stepping
CÍ material 2x4 inches and shall not j have been pitched shall be declared over the foul line in delivering his
crepe. Priced a yd........................ $3.50
extend more than one inch above I the winner. In all mutch or exhi- shoe shall lose the value of his
thc level of the ground. Where bition games between two contest pitch und no score shall be credited
40-INCH CREPE DE CHENE
several or more courts ure con ants, 11 games of 50 (mints each to him.
Silk and wool canton crepe not only
structed, a 2x4 shall be laid the l shall be an official scries, the one
Foul Shoe—A shoe that does not
$1.95 A YD.
full length of such courts three i winning six games shall be de
feet in front of the stakes. In de* dared the winner.
beautifully rich in lustre but is non-
Here is every fashionable shade in
livering the shoe into the opposite; Pitching Distance—The standard uml mutch contests, shall not be
crushable, retaining the freshness of
crepe de chene now in much demand
pitcher’s box, a contestant may regulation distance shall bo 40 feel entitled to score. (This does not
the new cloth, which is always to be
for blouse and dress and dainty under
anywhere inside the , pitcher’s from stuto to «take, measuring apply to informal pitching or games
desired. Colors: blue, gray and brown.
box. For indoor pitching the boxes j where the »take entera the ground. where the players decide otherwise.)
garments. Our color range has been
..1...H not exceed
-------- 1 —
— in height , I p(,r women in contexte and tourna If a shoe strikes the frame of the
A yd............. ________________ $2.95
planned to meet your need in every
the distance «hall be 30 feet. pitcher’s box or other object, such
above the adjoining grade.
fashionable shade. Priced a yd... $1.95
Stake»—The stakes shall be of I Pitching ; Rilles—No contestant shoe shall be considered a foul shoe
56-INCH ALL-WOOL COATINGS
iron, one inch in dimneter, _ perpe_ir_'_shaH_ wa|k^jicro>2<_to_jhe_j>£jmsite and shall not score.
$2.95 to $4.50 A YD.
Points—The most points a con-
EXTRA HEAVY FLOSS SILK
testant can score in a single game»
56-inch pure wool Astrican here
shall be 50 points. A pitcher shall
20 MUMMY WEIGHT,
navy, brown and tan—very fashion
be credited with all ringers pitched.
If a shoe, when thrown, moves an
short jackets, children’s coats, etc.
other shoo, both shoes are counted
weight of pon
in their new positions.
Priced a yd.................................... $4.00
gee is twelve mummy. Just think of a
Ties—All equals shall be counted
could hardly get around. Tho leas! as tfes. If both contestants have
pongee almost double that weight and
pure-wool velours in all the
’4 It made mo feel like <.n entirely exertion tired me to death and I one shoe each an equal distance
you will realize the sturdy, heavy
different person,” said Mrs. Mnry seldom slept any.
from the stake, or against the
weight of our twenty-mummy pongee
both solid color patterns and
£. Goudy, 1520 West Mallon Ave.,
“A few weeks of the Tanlac stake, or ringers, they shall be
made for those who desire “french
Spokane, Wash., recently, referring treatment entirely ' overcame all my counted tie and the next closest
•heck plaids. Price range a
to the change brought about in her stomach trouble and also relieved shoe shall score. In case of all four
serge’’ weight in a pure floss silk.
............ $2.95 to $4.50
condition by the Ta nine treatment. my rheumatism. I feel like a com shoes being tie or equal distance
4 4 Severn I years of suffering from pletely different woman and, nat from the stake, or four ringers, no
indigent ion reached a climax with urally have nothing but praise for score shall be recorded and the con
testant who pitched last shull be
me four years ago, and I hud to Tanlac. ’ ’
OVER 1000 YARDS OF
Silk Brocade and Cotton
56-INCH ATHLETIC FLANNEL $1.00 A YD.
Tanlac is for sale by all good awarded the lead.
livo for weeks at a time on only
olive oil und water. Everything I druggists. Accept no substitute.
This flannel is just the weight you will want for the
shall be made by use of calipers
would eut fermented, causing gas, Over 37 million bottles sold.
SPECIAL A YARD 25c
Coat or Suit
and straight edge.
bloating and piercing pains about
making of bloomers and gymnasium suit for the high
There are over a score of
These new lining brocades
Coaching—No contestants, during
my heart. I had not n single day’s
school girl. This flannel is a washable fabric. Color,
relief, and on top of that rheuma-
are reasonable in price and
uses for romper cloth in fall
tournament, shall coach, molest or
add much to the richness
sewing from baby’s rompers,
in any way interfere with a pitcher
and wear of fall coat or suit.
the boy’s shirt to house
The color range includes
handed games partners shall have
dress and school dress—a
the right to coach each other.
tans, grays, browns and
First Pitch—At the beginning of
most sturdy, strong fabric
several combination shades
a game the contestants shall agro«'
and made to tub often. A
who shull have the first pitch,
large selection of light and
and suit fabrics.
either in single, three or four-hand
ed games, by the toss of a coin, the
dark patterns to choose
Cotton brocades.. ..75c to 90c
winner to have his choice of fir»i
from. Special yd.............25c
Silk linings.. ..L.$1.95 to $2.50
pitch or follow. At the beginning
of the second game the loser of the
preceding game shull have the first
NO SUCH ANIMAL
WHERE ARE THEY NOW!
A man doesn’t want to marry a
National and State Tournaments— I ROAD HOG UNIQUE BEAST;
The girl who didn’t marry the
Seven people were killed in a
girl who doesn’t show proper re-
In nil championship tournaments the I AFOOT, OR IN CAR, KNOWS
bunch while going to church. Those
spect for her dad.
rotation group method shall prevail. | NO RULES BUT HIS OWN
in the contemplation that a person who were going fishing seem to
Tn each group each pitcher will
have escaped. Who can draw the
Employes of an
pitch each other one game. Same
tory are evidently not so very bad- every ambition.
• • •
procedure shull prevail in the finals.
Selfishness makes itself apparent ly stuck on their jobs. They want
All tie garnet« shull be pitched off.
If only the tongue had power to
Say it with printers’ ink.
a 50 per cent rise in wages.
No championship shall be won or
tasto some of the words it helps
business or in sports there are al-
lost, only in a legal tournament.
to form, more sanitary language fir
Disputes and Final Jurisdiction—
would be used.
In ease of any dispute, or where overtop all feelings fol' the other
o came into ex-
the rules do not specifically cover fellow. Thu______
A man feels as if he is making a
a disputed point, the referee or ibtence with the first automobile
record for self denial when he
committee shull have full power and and has flourished ever since.
doesn't smoke all day because his
Courtesy of the road has been one
throat is so sore he can’t.
Scoring Bules—Any shoe that of the big factors in building up
Barber Work in General
does not remain within six inches the pleasure of motoring. Road
A CHILD IN PAIN runs to Mother
of the stake shall not be scored or
courtesy and conseuuently are about
for relief. So do the grown-ups
for the convenience of our
Tho closest shoe to tho stake
CULVER & ANDERSON, PROPS.
and bowels, cramps, diarrhoea
(within six inches) shall score one Sunday morning ride to church.
There are two classes of road
point. If both shoes are closer than
S. P. Watch Inspector
the opponent’s they shall score two hogs. The first class is made up of
COLIC and DIARRHOEA
fols who feel that the highways
630 Main, P. S. Bukowski, Prop.
A ringer shall score three (mints.
It ha. never been known to fail.
A ringer and a closest shoe score
to drive in the center of tho road
A double ringer shall score six all the time. Turnouts require extra
(Miints and is the highest score a exertion on the steering wheel and
exertion of any kind does ont ap
contestant can make.
In case of each contestant having peal to the dyed-in-the-wool road
a ringer, the next closest shoe shall hog.
He buys a car for pleasure and
score and all such ringers shall be
credited as ringers pitched, but not he doesn’t intend to let anything
anybody interfere with that
counted as a score.
It* each contestant lias a double pleasure. Let tho fellow* behind
ringer, both double ringers are cun honk his head off. Who cares!
That’s the mental altitude of his
celled and no points scored.
If a contestant shall have two royal highness, Mr. Hog the-Road.
ringers and his opponent one, the At least that’s his attitude when
pitcher with two ringers ««hi'll score he leads the procession.
Once in a while brother meets
In case of a tie of all four shoes, brother and then a battle royal is
such us four ringers or ail four on. The road-hog finds another of
shoes an equal distance from the his kind holding up his progress and
stake, no score shtul be recorded he becomes highly indignant. His
and the contestant who pitched last mental attitude changes.
This time he is the fellow behind
shall be awarded the lend.
Where ringers are pitched and and it makes a lot of difference in
cancelled, they shall be credited io his viewpoint.
It’s then the irresistible force
tho contestant who pitched such
ringers and no score shall be credit meets the immovable object and the
all is that
strange part of * it
ed as points scored.
All equals shall ne counted ns ties soon as they change positions, they
change their line of thought at the
and no (mints scored.
Any shoe leaning against the same time.
The second class of road hog
stake shall have no advantage over
a shoe lying on III“ ground und prises those who think pedestrians
against the slake; all such shoes should never cross the streets. That
are ties. If a contestant has a shoe is, they think so until their car is
leaning against tho stake it shall in the garage. Then like members
of class one, they see through dif
count only as a closest slum.
ferent glasses and feel that the man
Three Handed Games In three-
on the street should always have
handed games, where two contest
the right of way.
ants earn have a double ringer and
Th«» queer part of road -hogtan is |
tho third contestant has no ringers, that many men and women suffer-
they shall score their shoe no count. mg from the disease are in every I
If all three contestants each have other way the finest kind of people |
a ringer they shnll score the closest Their lives are characterised with
shoe. If two contest ants each have
courteous and self-effacing action*«
a ringer and the third contestant until control of an automobile is
no ringers, the two contestants hav- placed in their hands. Then they
ing ringers shall score their closest seem to take on a new personality.
Their eves and ears are closed to
In all three handed games the the comfort of others. The disease
contestants having ringers shall at
holds them in its g*ip and they
ail times score their closest shoes
seem satisfied to remain there.
over their opponents who have no
For every sickness then* is a
ringers, w het her ii Im two . ■
remedy, m let us hope this peuti- ’
ants with double or single ringers leare will l»e eliminated some day.
In the meantime, we can all do our
In any and all games the con best to show the value of rtwd |
testants scoring shall have the lead courtesy. Example is a great teach- I
er. and if we preach the gospel of
the golden rule long enough, it may (
lithographing, engraving, steel bring light to thos«» wha, willingly
die work. The Sentinel’s live
otherwise, are traveling in the I
print «hop ¡a the place.
Official Horseshoe Pitching Rules
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