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DAILY EAST OBEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920.
PENDLETON BOY TAKES
HY n-ItA.VK RXbVUK)
and will he continued for
n month. Uii'wer Hlllle, assistant
conch. In In chnrxe of the squnil.
WorklllC out three nights a week.
from the runkH but their absence Ih
noolo up by innmbi-iH nf thi freshman
tan who will bo eligible for the var- j
Mlty next full.
"If It evir Htopn rainiuK lottK
enough to practice, wo win he nif
rntsm itKnt," says .llmrnv Hie hnrtlHon, var- I
lT.v-i' . An"l('1-I-T,J"AI. COfc.)Jty baseball coach. ''The team has I
R Corvallls, April 16 Percy (bean handicapped bv t li- w et weather,
unborn, a former member of i he Pen- but experts to Ket out am make food
(lleton hlKh school track team, an.l!,1H of the sunshine the first rood
weather that comes along."
The first games of the season ore I
with Willamette I'nlvernlty April 18
EXPERT PICKS REDS TO
AGAIN WIN PENNANT IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE RACE
x 1:10.1100 Pledged for Htadlum
HKATTIJl, Wash., April 15. More;
now a freshman at the Oregon Am I
cultural College, took place In the pole
vault ut the Columbia University In
door track meet at Portland last Sat
urday, going the height of J 1 feet (J
Inches. The first two places were ta
ken by the Multnomah Athletic club
entries, Hpearow and Mellah.
Melvln Larson of Ia Grande, a
sophomore, who took fourth place, de- j has lapen secured toward the $600,.
feated Unborn in 1915 In the Kaslern I 'no fund for the erection of a new
Oregon track meet at La Qrande. Og-1 stadium at the University of Wash
born was on the Pendleton track1 I Ington, It 'was announced by the corn
team In 19H and 1 1 r. . anil went to ! mittee of alumni and businessmen in
Iowa City high school, whero he c l arge today. A week'H state-wide
graduated In 1917. ' campaign to raise the remainder of the
Spring football Practice Rcgmi 1 necessary funds will be launched Moil
Spring football practice was started day.
Cincinnati Has 1910 Team In
tact and is Figured Strong
est With Giants and Pirates
as Contenders for Rag.
Green Peas, per pound, 30c
Fresh, Tender Asparagus, per pound, $25c
Head Lettuce, 15c per head
Hot House Lettuce, 35c per pound.
Radishes, per bunch, 10c
New Cabbage, per pound, 10c
Carrots, Beets, Etc., 18c per pound
Cauliflower, 30c, 35c and 40c per head
Fresh Toms, 30c per pound
Green Onions, 5c per pound.
Parsley, Artichokes, Rhubarb, etc.
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If it's in the Market We Have It"
It V HENRY FA It rtEt.I,
(United Press Staff Correspondent.) t
NEW route, April 15. Right na
il.,, ,1.1 c . ...... hl. nil I Ha ,....,! tn tVini
than ji 30,000 in promiHand pledge j . uv lllpjJ,flV for tnp lfl2fl r j
j With the. tendency of baseball dope
tn gi astray, picking a winner is al
most ih perilous to one's judgment an 1
Riving a dry lecture in Kntfland.
However, if the Cincinnati Reds
boat goes down, it will take all the ex- f
perts with It as I'at Moran's cha m
piona are almost a unanimous choice
t repeat, . .
The Miracle Man of 1919 has intact 1
the team that Cheated the sensation of
Inst season and. won the world's cham- 1
ptoiwhlp. They nosed out seven oth.ee I
cluhs last year and there is no reason j ,
why they should not leave them be- i
hind .u'am for none of the seven have 1
been strengthened to a more dangerous
Like the Uraves of 1914, the Rda j
may suffer from "Pallia enlargus." j
as Johnny Kvers has pointed out. But J
on the other hand, us another expert j
reason?, the Iletls nvttl hardly fnrpet
the pile that landed in their pockets i
out of the aeries divvy last fall an 1
money haa-pecuHar powefi of induce- j
Make a Home Run
A. G. Spaolding Bros, fiat
A COMPLETE LINE OF BASEBALL GOODS.
Don't forget and get your FISHING TACKLE
ready for your next fishing trip.
Just ask me where to go, if I know I will tell you.
Exclusive Sporting Goods Store.
Hotel Pendleton Bldg. Phone 646
A HARD LUCK FACE
fikuun Klwuld Ilun Kcemul
John McGraw still has that treach
erous infield hanging as an 111 omen
over the QiAnta. Toting blood In the
persons of Oeorge Kelly and Frank
FriHch have rej. laced the veterans,
Hal 1'hano and Heinle Zimmerman,
hut I-JliTy Doyl and Art Fle'oh.'r are
still there around the keystone saek
and if they were unable to stand the
gaff last season It is not easy to reas
on that they will I able t bear up
under the strain this year. McOraw
has one of the best pitching staffs in
1 lu- It-uglin and he should finish second-
Pittsburgh and Brooklyn look to
have between them the fight for third
place. George Oibson will start his
first season as a major league managei
With a seasoned ball club or ability
tliaX should respond to proper handl
ing. Brooklyn has all the "makin s
f a first division club and will be
stronger this .vonr than last seast. j
Manager Ttoblnson was exceptionally
I fortunate in getting a real find In
young Bernie Neis. from the (Canadian
ieague, to fill in the place of Tommy
Griffith in the outfield. George Mo-
hart, a youne pitcher of ability, was ;
also an acquisition of merit.
OnM Hit Hard Mick
Pacific Coast l-oag-ue standing.;
W. L. Pet
San Francisco 4
Salt Lake 2
Los Angeles 2
For Your farm with
Back of it
THIS outfit furnishes electric power and
light easy to put in simple to run
gives dependable service. - No better outfit
than this is made none has given better
service. And electric service is what you
want. You get it from this outfit
See this, plant in operation.
Whero They Play Next Week
Los Angeles at Portland, San 1
Francisco at Seattle. Salt Lake versus I
Oakland at San Francisco. Sacramento j
versus Vernon at Los Angeles.
108 East Alta St., Opposite Alta Theatre.
Vacuum Cleaners Lighting Fixtures
HOPPE RUNS OUT 250
DR. J. EDWIN SHARP
Dental X-Ray by Appointment
Gyai Arlicuiatea jtranturea.
Before going out to Pasadena. Cal.,
the Cutis were counted a sure one-two-
O three club. But misfortune overtook
O 1 Fred Mitchell In California. Charley
Don't Go Up in the Air
About your tires troubles when you can come to
a service station that will
SERVICE YOUR TIRES FREE.
That's fair enough, isn't it?
L. S. (Spence) BENTLEY CO. Inc.
Alta St. Phone 755 Opposite P. 0.
Gas, Oils, Greases, Accessories.
Hollocher had to have his hand ope
rated on, Fred Merkle was hurt and
then along came Charley Honwg with
an Injury fhat threatens to impair
his usefulness for the season. In ad
dition the arm of (leorge Tyler failed (
to respond to winter treatment and he '
shows no promise of returning to his I
The Cardinals possess potential
strength and they may live up to
Branch Rickey's annual promise to
"do something." The Phils have been
built up by Manager Cravath and
they will not start the season the j
hopeless tallenders they were last '
year. The braves have done nothins
to gain strength during the off sea
son and they look destined for the un-
I enviable position at the end of the
Hard luck has made the face
of Miller Huggins. Yank manager,
hard. The first wrinkle came in
(trying to get Babe Ruth and
Frank Baker lined up. Then fol
lowed more tough breaks during
the. training camp days, so that
the future looks anything but
hopeful to the Yanks.
BK3 LEAGUE EYES CIA'S
Boston 6, Nw York I.
Brooklyn !. Philadelphia 2.
Pittsburgh 5, St. Liouis 4, (10 inn
toft Cincinnati 7. Chicago 3.
ni.-in iiii Lfjno
Chicago D, Detroit 2, (1J innings.)
Cleveland 5. St. ijouis o.
Philadelphia 3. Now York 1.
Washington-Boston, no game, wet.
WALLA WAILA, April 15
Ham JT-oppe, champion balkline bill
iard player of the world, guve o
splendid exhibitions at the t'ommer- f
cial Club rooms yesterday, appearing
before a mixed audience in the after ;
non and before the men of the ciub.
in the evening".
Preceding the exhibition g-ames, in
which C. C. Peterson of St. Louis was,
Hoppe's opponent, Mr. Peterson gave i
a brief lecture on billiards, playing
position, cueing the ball, and the var-!
loua shots, and following the exhibition
game Mr. Peter-son demonstrated boui
wonderful trick and fancy shots. His.
control of the ivory balls in the fancy;
shooting was almost uncanny.
In the exhibition game Hoppe ran !
out in four innings. His high run was
199 in the third inning, and in the!
fourth inning he reached the 250 mark
without missing, and apparently was
good for many more.
The score by innings follows.
Peterson .... 8 '2 12
Hoppe 22 3 199 27
I Office 1 hone ISO. Home Phone 74
DTCOK5 TAX ADVISm
04Mtt Pendleton Slotm
VERNON BEATS ANGELS
IN ONLY GAME OF DAY
Characters K at herine. a Xorth
western Co-ed; Margaret, a minister's
wife. Place History class. Property
A Greek notebook belonging to i
Ma rgai et's husband.
Katherine (to Margaret Oh ! So
you take your notes down in short
hand. How lovely! Boston Transcript.
t "n com pi et ed i n n i n g.
The heavy rain in the evening kept
down the attendance and only about
1 ilrt enthusiasts showed up, hut they
took a deep interest in the exhibition.
A number of Milton-Preewater en
At Princeton, X. J. Princeton 6; j
Villa Nova 4.
At New Haven Yale 6; Fordham 4. j
At West Point Army 4; Stevens,
Institute 4 (called In 11th. darkness).
At Annapolis Navy 12; St. Marys 0.
Meat that you want.
The more you see of automobiles, the better you
will like the
25 miles on gas
10,000 mile on tires
O. E. Holdman Auto Co.
O. E. HOLDMAN, Pre.
832 Cottonwood Phone 337
LOSANT.KI.K?!. rai.. April IS. ,
Vernon defeated LXM Anltelen, S to 2,
in the peennd (tame of the series, ach
lavlng the Victory by outplaying the
Ansrels in every department. The
Tim ix took the lead from the jump
hen .1. Mitchell doubled to rinht and ;
scored on Chadbourne'a triple to cen- :
tor and Kdlncton singled to right,
The Angel pitchers could not hold
Other games postponed on account
WHITMAN ELECTS RICH
TO CAPTAIN HOOP FIVE
WAULA W.Md.A. April 1 1, Sabin
Rich, freshman, wat elected to captain
the Whitman basket ba II tosscrs for
r.ext year by the championship Qtttlttet
who were awarded letters yesterday.
Those who received letters for has- !
ketball were: "Sticks" Pement, eett I
ter: "Pirlch" Oarver. forward; Pen :
i Peterson, fftwird; Bill WHsn. guard: ;
I flebtn Pich, forward. and Marvin
Riiard. As a mieeleus for next year's
! tram. Carver and Ulch will be back
'as well ns Knndson and iurlan. who
showed Hp well in the varwltv home;
' ffixmes. A strong second tam of
I freshmen will also make a strong hidl
for the varsity next year.
Moie and more motorists in this
Country are learning that the rem
edy for high tire ousts lies in better
tires not more tires.
Cut Your Tire Upkeep With a Diamond
Dare Tire & Supply
224 East Court Phone 134
We are obliged to announce
that the prices on all our list
ings in Morrow Co. will ad
vance from $2.50 to $5.00 per
acre May 1st. The quality of
the land and crop conditions
justify this. Rut why not make
this extra money yourself?
Kerley & Lundell
721 Main St.