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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, JUXIi 11, 1912.
Newsy Notes From
the Sporting World
CATCHER. LEADS ALL
Lust series With At cruse of
.500; IVmhrooke it Close
PonJliton'.s two catchers, Wilson
and Pembrookc, were the loading bat
ters of the scries last ivirk, the for
hum 's stick work netting him i-n av-t-ritge
of .rno 1111,1 Hio latter clouting
the sphere for .4 23. Both played In
lour frames, Wilson having taken an
outfield position in two. Besides
those two players, there were four
other I'lickarooes. Monsor, Augustus,
Teck ai.d Na ioau above the .301) mark
at the ioiulu.-ion of the series. Hauler,
who has boon leading the team, fell
down considerably, oo many south
paws working against him. The en
tire team batted .2S9, which Is going
at a good clip.
Scott, the new backstop, who has
Just been traded to Boise, led his
teammates, touching up the local
twlro-rs for n .375 tverage, while
l.uttrell, the Boise castoff playing at
third for the Pippins, followed with
.36' Wallers was the only other one
of I-!rad ley's men to beat the .300
mark. The team average for La
Grande was .22i.
The visitors were outfielded as well
as outbatted, the two averages being
.y43 an1 .914. The following are the
individual batting averages:
I .a (iianilc.
PO A E
Pendleton ..162 S6 13
La Grande 147 76 21
BOISE TEAM PLAYS
This afternoon commences the sixth
straight week of the Western Tri
Htate season and Pendleton mixes for
the first time with Boise on the home
grounds. Fresh from giving Walla
Walla a drubbing. Dad Gimlin ani
his bunch of sparklers arrived on the
early train this morning and are con
fident of taking the series from the
Buckarooes who are now one-halt
game ahead of them.
Boise enters upon this series minus
Killilay, the star twirler recently pur
chased from .Salt Lake. However,
smoke black Havana cigars when
you need your head for business
they're too rich, too full of nico
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despite the purchase, it was discovered
that Missoula had a waiver on him
and he was withdrawn from the Irri
gators. Gimlin la also without Carl
King, his alternate catcher, having
traded him last night to La Grande
tor Scott, the hard hitting backstop
who captained the Pippins last week.
Gimlin states that ho will work Scott
in the outfield this week.
The Buckarooes enter the ' series
with only three pitchers and short
u n outfielder, Jimmle Mensor being
troubled with an abscess on his foot
which will keep him out of the game
for u couple of days. He had it lanc
ed last night and left this morning for
Pilot Hoik out from which burg he
will spend his vacation angling.
That La Grande with the services
of Jack Barry as manager, will soon
start on an upward climb is the pre
diction of Gimlin. While in La
Grande for a short time last evening,
Gimlin declares he was given to un
derstand that the fans of that city
have subscribed 15000 in cash and
intend spending It all on a team.
Barry himself draws $300 a month,
he states. Just how trie Union county
club can be thus lavish and make a
pretense at staying within the salary
limit is not explained at this time.
Gimlin declares he Is now $20 under
the limit and intends to remain under
$12u0 whether he wins or loses. "My
club will not stand for a violation of
this provision," he declared this
morning. "I was told to get any
players 1 could with that amount of
money but if more were required to
leave them alone."
The Boise team is accompanied by
Green, the sporting writer of tht
Boise Statesman, and to him the East
Oregonian is indebted for the follow
ing batting averages for the Boise
players during the last two series:
AB K H Pc'
It. Smith 6 3 3 .500
Brunson 2 o 1 .500
Gimlin 42 8 12 .285
West 4 8
Lundstruni 50 10 14
W. Fox u
C. Fox 46
B. Smith 23
Totals 377 63 93
BARRY OF SEATTLE
La Grande, Ore.. June 11. J. C.
(Jack) Barry, until, recently manager
of the Seattle club in the Northwest
ern league, yesterday took over the
management of the La Grande club
in the Western Tri-State league. The
contract between Mr. Barry and the
local nabobs of baseball is the fruit
of a careful scrutiny of the North
west managerial forces wherein Bar
ry's face loomed the most portentious
ami most accessible. The veteran
manager comes from Seattle to take
sole management of. the La Grande
club in an endeavor to pull the cellar
ites out and start them toward a high
er plane. Just how it will be done is
yet to be ferreted out by Mr. Barry
he knows nothing of the local condi
tions, knows but one of the players,
Southpaw Mclvor, and has a vast am
ount of detail to digest. For all that
he will wade into the momentuous
task as rapidly as possible and this
afternoon will get his first taste of
Tri-State ball when he handles the
managerial reins against Walla Wal
la. Salary Is I-incy.
Seattle. Wash., June 11. That Bar
ry should take the management of
the La Grande club came as a sort of
surprise to himself and his friends. In
fact, he hardly expected that his of
fer would be accepted. A clay or so
ago a telegram came from the own
ers of the La Grande club, which
is in a league composed of Walla Wal
la, Pendleton and Boise, asking him
for his terms. Without giving the
matter much thought, Barry had a
reply sent naming a rather fancy sal
ary and calling for some ready cash.
The next thing he knew he was
snapped up by wire and the cash was
on its way to Seattle. The upshot of
the matter was that Jack left to take
charge of his new club. His family
will remain in Seattle tfor the pres
ent. AMERICAN' LEAGUE GA3IES.
At Chicago: It. H. E.
New York 5 7 4
Chicago i 5 3
Batteries Food and Sweeney;
Lange and Block.
At Detroit R. H. E.
Washington 12 1
Detroit 3 9 2
Batteries Engle, Cashion and Wil
liams; Mullin and Onslow.
St. Louis: R. H. E.
Boston 3 10 1
St. Louis R. H. E.
Boston 3 10 1
St. Louis 7 2
Batteries O'Brien and Carrigan;
C. Brown and Stephens, Krichell.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Philadelphia 6 13 1
Cleveland 3 10 0
Batteries Bender and Thomas;
Blandlng, Mitchell and Easterly.
New CI 1 Ina Restaurant.
Pang King, China restaurant. Now
just open. Good noodles and good
chop suey, at Cottonwood street, No.
1, city Pendleton, Oregon.
f i - - s
Why do bo many men, to whom price
is no object, insist on Fatimas ? They judge
by the taste. They don't emoke the price
they Emoke the cigarette they enjoy that
splendid, mild, Turkish blend.
is not rich in ap
pearancc.butinside are 1 0 more cigar
cttcsthcit hold their
end up I
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES.
At Brooklyn: P.. H. E.
Pittsburg 0 6 1
Brooklyn 1 5 0
Batteries Camnitz and Gibson;
Kucker and Miller.
At Philadelphia: P.. H. E.
Cincinnati 1 8 2
Philadelphia 10 10 0
Batteries Froome, Fletcher and
McLean, Severold; Seaton and Dooin.
At New York R. H. E.
Chicago 0 15 4
New York 8 10 3
Batteries ltichie, Brown, Laven
der, Iteulbach and Archer; Wiltes,
Crandal! and Meyers.
At Boston: B. H. E.
St. Louis 3 6 3
Boston 11 13 0
Batteries Sallee, Dale, Wood burn
and Wingo; Hess and Kling.
N. V. LEAGUE GAMES.
?0 tnr 1 5 fon f IS I Willi each taetasa of Falima txwf S fi ,
: Qm I geta pennant couoon. 25 of which A J' IK J
I I ecun a handsome fell college pen f jr ill Ul
KOTr3gcc4te I mAmnwvtMr V I I o t
W. L Pet.
Vancouver 30 26 .543
Victoria 28 26 .519
Tacoma 27 27 .500
Spokane 26 26 .500
Portland 26 29 .473
Seattle 25 29 .4 46
It Takes Ten Innings.
Tacoma( Wash., June 11. Victoria
won from Tacoma In 10 Innings, score
three to two. Melkle's pitching fea
tured. For five Innings he didn't al
low a hit. A base on balls and a hit
by Staddille in the tenth which Neigh
bors lost in the weeds, scored the win
Score: R. H. E.
Tacoma 2 7 2
Victoria 3 4 2
Batteries Keikle and La Longe;
Wilson and Grindle.
Seattle 3, Vancouver 2.
Seattle, June 11. James pitched
magificent ball until the ninth Inning
when with two men out a error, a base
on balls and a hit enabled Vancou
ver to the score. Seattle came back
In the last half of the ninth and won
the game when Whaling's hit drove
Moran across the plate.
Score: R. II E.
Seattle 3 6 2
Vancouver 2 3 2
Batteries James and Whaling;
Belford and Sepulveda.
SM)kune Blanks Portland.
Spokane, Wash., June 11. Spokane
opened the series with a clean cut vic
tory over Portland. Noyes for Spo
kane kept the five hits the visitors
got scattered and never was in seri
ous trouble, easily pitching himself
out of a hole when Portland filled
the bases on an error, hit and base
on balls. Bloomfield started for
Portland but was relieved in the sec
ond when the locals began a bom
bardment. Score: R. II. E.
Spokane 4 7 2
Portland 0 G 2
Batteries Noyes and Devogt;
Bloomfield, Doty and Harris.
Something New In Pendleton.
O. K. billiard, card and tonsorial
parlors, everything in cigars, tobaccos
and smokers' supplies. Checks In
cad room good toward baths, shave
or shine. Give us a call and get acquainted.
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GENERAL DELIVERY USED .
FOR IMMORAL PURPOSES
J. II. Callanan Declares postmasters
Should Try to Check 50
Per Cent or it.
Rochester. The New York State
Postmasters' association met in con
vention here and James H. Callanan,
the president, delivered the principal
address. Among other things he said:
"Approximately 50 per cent of the
persons calling for mall at general de
livery windows of city pnstoffiecs do
so for illicit purposes, and a large
proportion of them give fictitious
names. The general delivery privilege
Is becoming an instrument for the
furthering of immorality which the
postmasters of New York should
check to the fullest possible degree.
We all know that the general delivery
privileges are very greatly abused. It
Is our duty to check to the fullest de
gree, even if we cannot prevent en
tirely, your.g men and women and
even adults from using the general
delivery to advance immorality.
"Two decided improvements which
this association has discussed and
urged have been authorized during
the last six months. I refer to the
present certification of three names
to postmasters in the appointment of
rural carriers and the authority given
us to suspend clerks and carriers at
once without going through a lot of
red tape and delay."
BLAMES R. R. IX)R LYNCHING;
CARRIES MOli TO GET MAN
Washington, D. C. Whether a rail
road that carries a mob to town to
lynch a man is liable to damages to
the vlstim's widow and children Is a
unique point to be brought before
the supreme court of the United
States. The case will be preented to
morrow, with a request to review.
Mrs. Annie May Rogers and three
children sued the Vicksburg, Shreve
port & Pacific Railroad company on
charges of having carried by special
train a mob from Monroe, La , to Tal
lulah., where Rogers was lynched. He
had been charged with murdering a
man and was about to be released on
the ground that he had been tried
once before on the charge.
The lower federal court held that
as a matter of law the railroad might
SUITS BARRED IX) It WOMEN
Tliey Cnn Only Use Them If They
Keep Skirts 011 Until They
Reach Dep Water.
Springfield. Women who wear
Continental costumes or one plect
bathing suits will be barred from the
public bathing beach at Watershope
Pond. This edict Is the cause of pro
Years of Suffering
Cat&Th and Bleed Disease
Doctors Failed to Cure.
Miss Mabel F. Dawklns. 1214 Lafay
ette St.. Fort Wayne, Ind., writes:
"For three years I was troubled with
catarrh and blood disease. I tried sev
eral doctors and a dozen different rem
edles, but none of them did me any
good. A friend told me of Hood's Sar
saparllla. I took two bottles of this
medicine and wns as well and strong
as ever. I feel like a different person
and recommend Hood's to any one suf
fering from catarrh."
Get It today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
nounced disapproval on the part ot
the members of the women's swim
ming classes who have been acquiring
proficiency in water sports In the
Stevens Memorial Institute pool in
Some of Springfield's most popular
young women are enrolled in the
swimming classes, and in most in
stances they have adopted the style of
ccstume used by a popular vaudeville
peiformor. The young women main
tain that skirts are a serious draw
back to diving or graceful swimming.
Director Metzdorf concedes the
handicap, but says that the mixed
crowd makes it necessary to enforce
the rule. List year continental cos
tumes were permitted and several
women appeared in men's bathing
Mr. Metzdorf says that the women
may wear continental costumes under
skirts and may remove the skirts
after they have reached water of some
depth. The women are .wondering
whether barrels will be provided for
those of their number whose skirts
cannot be found when they wish to
leave the water.
TWO I". OP O. STUDENTS
TO HE IN OLYMPIC
University of Oregon The Univer
sity of Oregon will be represented nt
the Olympic games to be held in
July at Stockholm. Sweden, by two
men, Walter McClure and Morten
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Hawkens. McClure does the mile In
4:24 2-5 and Hawkins the hurdles In
21 2-5 seconds. McClure is a Lane
county lad; living ut present on a
farm about five miles Trom Kugene.
He walks dally to and from his home
to the University.
Morten Hawkins comes from Port
land and 1 sa student of exceptional
ability. In ndditlon to his college
work Hawkins earns his support by
writing for a Portland paper and col
lecting for the local telephone com
pany. The University of Oregon will be
distinguished at Stockholm by being
one of the three American Universities
to have two entries In the athletic
events. Yale and California being the
On or before Juno 15, 1912, I will
receive sealed bids at my office in
Hermiston, Oregon, on the stock of
goods consisting of general hardware
and house furnishings formerly con
ducted by W. S. Phillips, at Hermis
ton, Oregon and appraised in bank
ruptcy at $2805.05. Separate bids
will be received upon the notes and
accounts, appraised at $285. Com
plete inventory may bo seen nt my
office anil stock Inspected upon appli
cation. I reserve the right to reject
any and nil bids.
F. C. McKENZIE, Trustee.
It Is now well known that not more
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In gently on the affected parts. It
relieves Itching Instantly and a few
applications removes the cause, thus
performing a permanent cure. Price
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. .Sold
by A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
If you want dry slab wood, phone
Hound trip tickets to principal
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and Eastern States.
New York 108.50
St. Louis 70.00
St. Paul 60.00
Washington 107. 60