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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PFNDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1920
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FAR WESTERN SEASON
California Tcaraa Arc First to
, Pr Lid Off Gridiron Sport
for 1020: Next Week Sees
The. fullewlnr couxt football
garnet are scheduled fur Satur
day October a..
At Berkeley. ChI. California
vs. Kant dura (cancelled. )
At Reno, Nomdii Olympla
Club v. Nevada.
At Whlttler, Cul. Occidental
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Montana Hlnte College va. Montana
Hchojl of MlnrH at Ilutte.
I'nlverslty of Oregon v. Idaho at
WuHhlnston vii. Oregon Aggies at
I'nlverslty of Hnulhern California vs.
Occidental at Ixs Angeles.
University of Utah va. California at
Hlanford va. Santa Clara, at (Stan
Montana Hrhnol of Mine vh. ftouth
Dakota Hcliool of Mines at Butte.
Utah Agricultural Colicgo vh. Mull
tuna Ktate at Itouteman,
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Oregon va. Ktanford at Hlanford.
Oreson Aggies vs. Cullfornia at Port
land. . . ,
Will Rheumatism Again
Bind You Hand and Foot? I
'i pan francihco, on., i. (A. p.
Pacific Coast football gTldtrnnH these
days are serving as training grounds
Ifor . college and university teams be-
games of the 1920 season. Many of I
' hs teams have fames scheduled, for
fomorrow and next Saturday. l!y the
f nd of October all the elevens wll
iave swung Into the race for the sea
son championship. . . -
j iA schedule of tho far western games
follows: ... ....
i Olobcr .
University of , California vs. Inivcr
ilty Kanta Clara at Berkeley.
University of Nevada vs. Kan Fran
Isco Olympic Club at Ileno.
Occidental College vs. Itedlands Uni
versity at Whlttler, . ,
1 October t
1 University of Washington vs. Whit
Bian at Bcattle.
f California vs. Ht. Marys' College at
S Htanford University vs. Olympic Club
It Htanford. , . .
Oreson Agricultural collece vs.
aolflc University at Corvallls.
' Montana State College vs. Montana
W osle an at Boseman. -
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Ietlc Club. Portland, at Cnrvallls.
University of Novsda vs. California
University of Montana vs. Washing
ton at Seattle.'
- -University of Southern California va
Stanford at Los Angeles.
' University of Irtjahn vs. Washington
State College at Moscow. ..
Tmiwtii -College ve-Hedianda at
Whlttler College Vs. Occidental at1
1am Angeles. -
t'nlverslty of Montana v.
ington Ktate at Pullman. " '
Utah vs. NeVHda at Knit Lake.
.University of Kouihern California vs.
Pomona at Pomona.
Idaho vs. Whitman at Walla Wal.
Montana Stute vs. Oonzaga College
at Boseman. '
California vs. Washington (Hate at
Berkeley. . ; , .
Htsnford vs. Wshlngton nt Heattle.
Montana vs. Whitman at Walla Walla.
Montana Mines va. Montana .Wes
ley nn at Helena.
Oregon vs. Washington at Eugene..
Oregon Aggies vs. Washington State
University of Houthern California vs.
Nevada at L.os Angeles.
Montana vs. Montana Ktftto at Mis
soula. . '
Kanta Clara vs. Multnomah Club, at
Montana Mines vs. Utah Aggies at
Htanford freshmen vs. California
Freshmen at Btanford. . '
' Oregon va. Oregon Aggies at Cor
vallls. . ,
Stanford vs. California at Berkeley
Pomona vs. Occidental -at 'Uos An
geles. , .
Idaho vs. Montana at Missoula.
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Santa Clara va. Nevada at San Fran?
University of Southern California vs.
Oregon at Pasadena.
Washington State vs. Nebraska a'
Washington vs. Dartmouth jCoIllegi
Idaho vvs. Qonxaga at Spokane.
li you had Kheumatism last year
and treated only the pains of the
disease by rubbinir with liniments
. and lotions, you can be sure that
soon ag-ain you will be in the shack
les of this relentless foe. You may
gtt some slight temporary relief
from the pains of the disease by
the use of these local remedies, but
Rheumatism is too real and relent
less a disease to be rubbed away.
So many cases of Rheumatism
come from a tiny germ in the
blood, that you should try a rem
edy that has proven so thoroughly
satisfactory in these cases. S.S.S.,
the fine old blood remedy cleanses
the blood of all impurities, and re
moves all disease germs that may
creep into the blood. Begin taking
S.S.S. today, and if you will write a
complete history of your case, our
medical director will give you ex
pert advice, without charge. Ad
dress Chief Medical Adviser, 157
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga.
Use the Phones
Other Uept'a 78
OF 3-YEAR-OLD PACK
Oakland,! 6 to 2. breaking a 1 and 2
tie In the twelfth with a triple by Nle
hoff, sacrifices by McAuley and K.
-moduli und two errors by Mitzo.
ik' playing was raKSL-d, six er
rors being chalked anainst them. In
the tenth they filled the bases on three
uui o.ugiurui wuk un caKy out ut
COI.UMHI'H, )., Oct. I. (A. p.) '
TrampMHfe. won the Western Home-
man's futurity for 3-yeur-old pacers,!
feature event of Thursday's Grand
Circuit programme. The colt took I
the first, and third heats., the second
going to Frixro June, with, whom
Trampnafe had such a hot battle last
week when he forced Frisco June tu
establish a aew world's record of 2:0S
1-4 for 3-year-old pacers. Veslcrday's In a run. Then Wolter missed Comu-
btst time was 2:04 1-2. j ton s fly to the right field fence, allow-
Tho unfinished 2:07 trot, of which Mng three more runs to cross the plate.
Iicaders L"hc Airain
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Oct. l.Aftl
Salt .Luke hud taken the lead In the
lirst half of the seventh Inning by
scoring for runs on two hits and two
errors, Bromiey blew up in the lust
half of the same frame, Sacramento
scoring four runs and winning, 7 to 5.
hr.niiey walked1 three men, forcing
three heats were run yesterday, went.
to Peter m When only heat winners
came out yesterday. He easily out
stripped Dottle Duy and Ketka. Best
time 2:07 1-4.
Just David,' favorite, won the 2:1K
trot almost as- he pleased, tlcnl time
Lxiyal W. was the best of tho 2:13
Pacers, taking tho second heat In 2: OS
In the 2:0$ pace, one of the best bet-,
ting races of the lay, Jay Brook de
feated Northern Direct, favorite, but'
dropped the final mile run in 2:05 1-4
t-j Cuptaill Mack. ,
ACBURN. Cal. Oct. 1. A. P.)
Construction of automobile roans on
top of railroad snowsheds across the
top of the Sierra Nevada -Mountains
being advocated by the Aunurn
Commercial Club. '
If you are not satisfied with your groceries and
meal why not try us this month? We serve you with
the very best merchandise obtainable and serve you
right'-. y; .. ;...::t?3j.
Pendleton Trading Co.
. Prion 455 ,
"If It'. On the Market We Have It."
BEAVER HURLER SHUTS
OUT SEATTLE, 3 TOO
Curly Vau put off
i.ntn tor tamiiis
' The fact that Coach Andy Smith of
th ciiaveru.iy of California football
team already has weeded out one hun
dred candidates for position as not
being. suitable material, will give some
indication of the wealth of material
with which the lllue and Gold coach
is favored. He kUII has two hundred
iren left, and another 11? block of
dead wood La due to be eliminated In
the near future. . The early process
of elimination Is not a difficult one,
but every coach is always fearful lest
he make a mistake and dispose of a
pothle futifre star without realizing
it. Thus it. Is tjiat the tendency is to
iv a candidate all the best of It,
though said candidates sometimes'
There Is more "iicp" on. the Uni
versity of Nevada football squad at
i Keno this year than the college has
(ever known. The Sasrebrushers last
i yeur Ijad a phcnoniinal team and this
yeiir promise to be even better. The
reason 1 not hard to find. The men
who make thp team will be Riven a
ilc-e jsunt t Ktnnolul i during Christ
mas for tio games.
TALK OF POST SERES
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SKATTI-i;, Wash.. -Oct, 1. fA. P.)
. Krrors and Inability to place hits
A'here th' counted lansnd Seattle to
drop another eu.nc to Portland wtten
the vfsltsors took a clean ehutout.-J to
t. Kfllljn wa jietieriHiM with h-ts, the
RainlerH'ere untble to profit by seven
chances offered (hem.- - -
Portland look citfht hits off three j
VrriMi. Vlim In 1 1 ltm'n?s
V08 ANOKLh-f, Oct. U Vernon
maintained its three name lead in the
Pacific coast league by defeating Han
Francisco, 5 to 4, in an 11-inniii?
game. Tho leaRtio leaders tied thej
score In the ninth when Pitcher Iyv j
faltered, and won in the final frame !
when Chadbourne doubled to right,
field and scored on Mueller's single to j
Amrcls Iloat Oakland NK W YOItK. Oct. L-r-(A. P.)
OAKLAND. nl. Oet. 1 Isos An- Possibility of a post-season series of
irelew took three extrn innincs to heat aamert between the New York Giants
The Real Thing
When a man chooses a new fall overcoat,
he naturally wants a garment that nicely
reflects all that is good in style, in fabric
and in workmanship. ;
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The new Kuppenheimer overcoats fulfill
your overcoat requirements; style express
ing good appearance.
You'll like the way they set about the neck
and the shoulders and down the back. You'll
like the fall color tones exhibited in vicunas,
cheviots, tweeds, knits, and other quality
fabrics. ' ;; USZ-
They're exactly right, and no matter
what your build or your age there's a
Kuppenheimer model here for you.
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See the mndow exhibit today
- : $55 to 875 " "
' 41ie lio:se of Krspixfhclmer clothes
I'n!micac-liabie-If you were to see i .
the unequalled volume of unimpeach- t
l!e testimony in favor of Hood's Sar-!
:npar1lla you would upbraid yourself
for so Ions delaying to take this ef- '
fective medicine for that blood, disease
from which you are suffering:. i
5P0KE WHO U-D THE INDIANS TO VICTOR
If you arc going to can peaches this year you had
better hurry, aa they are just about gone. You will
find plenty of fine fruit at the Tuble Supply.
In our Meat Department we handle U. S. Inspect
ed meata, the mark of quality In meats.
If you are looking for a good place to get your
table supplies where you can depend on the quality
you cannot afford to overlook this little store.
"The Table Supply"
Phon 187 and 188 739 Main Str
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Beln the leader, of the American League In hlttln; Js one thln:
eoppiDi the AM U .omethin else. Trls Speaker has done both A.
a; tie best be had during his IS rwi U the bic time.
and the New Tork Yanks was eliminat- j
'd today upon the arrivals of Charles
A Ptoneham, president of the Giants, j
from Cuba. Mr. Stoneham based his
objections on the grounds that people i
would say the games were- played for
niprranary reasons; that tney mignt
affect the attendance at the world
series In Brooklyn and that the games!
would necessitate keeping the players
of both teams together too long after
the clore of the season.
lcmand for Knonomle Teachers '
OREGON AGRICULTURAL. COL
LEGK. 'orallls Oct. 1. That col
'ese graduates in home e cononilcs are
well thought of Is indicated by a re
quest by tile stale department of AH- j
ona thiit 2i or 30 of them be rmm- j
mended as home economics teachers. (
the salary to rsnc from $100 to j
$2400 a year. Inquiries hsve- also j
come from Idaho In reKard o obtain
ins teachers who can qualify ' under
the Smith-Hughes act. These teachers
must have had at least two years or j
practical experience. The clcmHtirl rr
high school mid graduate students is j
also heavy. " ;
and it was Mighty Nice Bread during Round
Up, wasn't it? ;
Well, we make it that way every day in the
year. Made from choice local products. Made
clean, wrapped clean and sold to you clean..
(Tablets or Granules)
Tk dm on tonirue or
with hot or cold wtr
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HAM BY SCCTT BOWN
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Jhronlo and Nervous Diseases and
Diseases Of Women. X-.lay Electro
remple Bide. Boom li
h. s. Mckenzie, m. d.
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
10-11-12 Bond Building
Whether you shop in per
son or phone, you are getting
the best the market affords
DR. C. II. DAY
lfijrsiHan anil Surgeon
Rooms 21 and ;b Smith-Crawford
I Telephone 704 Bes, 74-R ,