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DAILY EAST OEEQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON.
r TIE IS BEST CHICAGO
WHITE SOX CAN HAVE
. Cleveland Break Even While
Team Crippled by Gambling: j hits weii scattered.
- Diflcloaurns T.nspc to : St !
u. Lottip in' Opener of Last
,? SerHe. . - '
tunng ins championship unless
through a play-off of a. tie.
. Ineffective pitching and inability to
hit in the pinches co Chicago the
, After netting awsy -to a three run
lead In the first Inning on the result
or tnree passes, two hits and a sacrt
flce, Fuher weakened In the third, mix
ot the eight men who faced htm hit
ting safely, giving Ht.' Ixiuls five runs
and a lead that wss maintained the
rest of the game. -.
lavls wan wild hut kept the visitor'
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1920.
NEW lOBK, Oct. J. (A. P.)
Cleveland can clinch the. Am-
erlean ' league pennant by mind,
.- ning one of ,u. two-remaining
gamea, or by Chicago losing one
of It two names. -
The gap between the two rival.
' -widened to two full games Frt?
I' day when the Indians broke even 4
In a doublaheader with Detroit
and :th White og lost to t.
The best Ctilcago can do now
is to tie the league leader.
In the' meanwhile St. Louis Increas
ed Its lead ot the expenae of Hpdge and
The' contest was the first In. which
Chicago has participated since seven
member of the club -were susnended
In connection Vlth the world's series
gambling scandal. As a result Mana
Ber Cleusnn presented a lineup that
was almost oompletely changed from
that with which he went' through the
Kay Rchalk was tendered tin ovation
when he came to bat the first time
osl was presented with a huge floral
basket from local admirers.
' Tle Only Is Possibki
DETROIT, Oct. . Cleveland, fight
ing for the American league pennant,
made certain of at least a tie by divid
ing a doublehe&der with Detroit while
Chicago was losing a single game to
m. jxmis Friday. The visitors lost
the first game, S to 4. in the ninth
When Shortstop Bewail threw Flag-
staffs grounder Into the 1evelnd
dougout and Pinalll followed -with
clean single. The Indian's victory In
ths second gams was decisive one,
10. to I. Fifteen Cleveland hits, six for
utra bases, and four Detroit errors,
contributed to the result, the league
leaders scoring In every Inning bubthe
second. The second game Was called
t the end of the eighth Inning be
cause of darkness. " -"-' k .:
I Cleveland end Chicago each have
two games to play and should the In
dians lose both while Chicago wins
two, the tie would result.
Detroit's victory in the opener today
broke - Walter Malls' winning streak,
lie held a four run lead when Detroit
solved his delivery. In the eighth and
tied the score. , Uhle who succeeded
him was taken out after passing one
man In the eighth.
l Caldwell was in several tight places
and was hit freely In the second con
test, but his support stood up fairly
- welt -behind ntm. aoiisldaiuia; the ex
tremely cold weather.
NEW YORK GOLF TEAM
-'reates an appetite, aids digestion,
purities the blood, and thus relieves
scrofula, catarrh, tho pains and
aches of rheumatism and gives
strength to the whole system.
Nearly to years' phenomenal sales
tell (he story of the great merit and
success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It
Ir 'ust the medicine you need now.
Hood's I'llls help fine cathartlr
Use the Phones
" Grocery 526
Other Uept's 7
Other Dept's 78
PHILADKLPHIA. Oct.' I. A. P.)
The New York Leslie cup golf tean
defeated Massachusetts, 8 to 7. here
rnaay ana win meet me rennsyivania
golfers today for th trophy. New
Vork won three of the five foursomes,
while the twosome matches were
evenly divided, each team winning
Francis Oulmet of Massachusetts,
maie a now record for the champion
ship east course -with a card of 68.
when he defeated Peter Huron, New
Yorlt, 1 up and five to ploy, in a two
drove out his 28th home run of the
season In the' sixth. Hyddy Ityan
Hanramento rlaht fielder, wus ordered
from the game hy ttmnire l-umnn tnr
disputing a decision at the plate.
Seals fMln on Ixsdcrs
IS A.VO'BIKM. fVet. ! Nun Vrr..
Cisco gained a full game on the leaders i
in me pacific coast league pennant!
rnce, defeating Vermin. .. ,i.;il
Um Angeles was Irs-lng to Oakland. I
...mc,iy pucning uy Cole vos" niaiuly
responsilile for tlie Keals' victory. The
game was won in the fourth when Ag
new scored from third on Hasbrook's
single to left. '
TWO RACES ARE HELD
ON STATE FAIR COURSE!
' wis more flian styh linen
4s more tlmn fine ;ailr;ni;
.j more tluin splend d materials
A combination of many good
itualities spells good apnearance. ,
It's the way your clothes drape
and swing; on your body the way
they set on your shoulders the
' impression they make on uth
the feeling' of contentment they
bring you the knowledge that you
ire rightly attired, in good taste.
You are assured of ail these su
perior dualities when you buy
OAKLAND CLOUTS ANGEL
PITCHER TOR 144 WIN
Chicago's Hopes Dimmed
: ' ST. IjOUI! Oct. . Ht. Louis dlnj
med Chicago's pennant hopes, defeat
ing the White Sox, to f . In the open
ing game of the series of three that
rounds out the American league race.
Th loss of the game, while Cleve
land was breaking even In a double
keader with' Detroit, placed Chicago
two gamea to the rear of the leaders
and destroyed their last chance of cap-
BAN FRANCrfcCO. Oct 2. (A. P.)
Oakland fell out. Crandall with a
vengreance In the third Inning, driving
in eight runa that went toward making
tip a 14 to 4 victory over Ios Angeles.
Crandall wu knocked out of the box
for the second time this week. Kvery
member of the Oakland team faced.
him that Inning, three of them twice,
and Willie got two hits. Brown pitch
ed the rest of the game for the Angels.
R. Arlett knocked a home run Into the
left field bleachers In the seventh.
SALEM, Oct. 2. (A. P.lOn a
tracK cr mud and water, two running ;S
racea wer-j put on at Lone Oak track 'ss
friday. All harness races were called
off but an elaborate program will be
put on today., weather permitting. . " .
In the seven-furlong race, purse '
IS'iO, Prairie, owned by Charles an-'
mcrt, and ridden by Howe, won over i 5
Tom (loose tWeblierj and M nnie ,11.
,n Lis J-z.
In a five-furlong special, Louis
Ijichniund, owned by Les Oabraith of SSS
Independence, or., and ridden ',
Howe, was firsl. His time was 1.03. E
pma, owned by auth Parton uf Yal- ;
ma, was second, and Koaiie li.ver.
owned by Wilson, was third. ;a
They are an investment in good
ippearance -and In economy as
well. , ...
See the new fall models the nat
ural free-set shoulders, the fine de
signing the fit and drupe of the
collars and lapels, the rich fabrics,
the appealing patterns and color
tones; single and double breasted
Pees Rtnp Winning Streak
8ACKAMENTO. Cal., Oct. 2.
ramento's winning streak and
Finery's string of six .straight vic
tories were broken when Bait Lake
took Friday's game,' 2 to 1. Sheely
tlie Iioiim- of KuppenlicAner cloilien
1 1 11 ill I Wl W-iA - ill'
Pncf c CoMt
Sac- Seattle ...I.
Paul Bait Lake
RESULTS OF PREVIOUS WORLD SERIES
. ' J ' ; ; :
Tear ' -' Winner Loser :
ls4 Providence IH. L.I, won 2. New York (A. A.), won 0. ..
SSt Chicago N. L.), won S. St. Louis (A. A. O.), won 3; one tie;
1 . champion. . " .
111 St. Louis (A. A.), won 4. Chicago N. won !.
HIT ' Detroit N. L.). won It.- St. IajuIs (A. A.), won S.
lilt New York (I. I, won . St. I,ouis (A. A.), won A.
Ill New Tork N. L), won . ". Brooklyn A. A.), won 2. .
1190 Brooklyn (N. U), won 2. Louisville (A. A,), won 3; one tie;
t ' ' champion. . .
11(1-1102 No series.
1S03 (First sine organisation of present American League.)
Boston CA, U), won 6.
1104 No series.
1105 K Tork'tN. L), won 4.
JI0 Chicago (A. U), won 4.
HOT Chicago N. .), won 4.
1101 Chicago XN. U) won 4. '
101 Pittsburgh (N. won 4.
1110 Philadelphia (A. U. won 4.
Jll Philadelphia (A. U) won 4.
1112 Boston (A. U), won t.
113 Philadelphia I A. U). won 4.
Jl4 Boston .V. K), won 4.
1(15 Boston A. Ul won 4.
Ill Boston (A. U), won 4.
1117 Chicago (A. U. won 4.
lilt Boston A.. won 4. .
1111 Cincinnati (N, L.), won S.,-
Pittsburg (N. L,), won 8.
Philadelphia. (A.. U). wqn 1. ,'.
Chicago (N. L.), won t.
Ietrolt (A. Lw, won 0; one tie,
Detroit (A. L.). won 1.. t -Detroit
(A. L), won I. ,
Chicago (N. L.), won 1.
New York (N..U), won 3.
New York N. L.), won" 3; one tie.
New York (N. U). won 1. -Philadelphia
(A. L.), won 0.
Philadelphia (N. I). won 1,
Brooklyn (N. U) won 1. . '
New York (N. U), won 2.
Chicago (N. L..), won 2.'
Chicago A. L.) won t.
i.,lu..u SI HI
Portland . . .... 78 SI
Sacramento 76 ,l6
Brooklyn. 91 61
New York 8 6
Clnciiinati .'. 80 69
Pittsburg 77 '78
f"Slee-n, 75 77
Bt, Louis 73 79
ijb.u.. ................ &8 86
Philadelphia 60 90
INDIAN WHO FIGURED
IN HISTORY STILL LIVES
' ALTt'RAS. Cal., Oct. 2. fA. P.)
Charley Faithful, the Modoc Indian
who years umo, saved the remnant of
Oenerul Whea'on's command from
annihilation: during the war of the la
va beds, still lives on tlie Klamuth
Imlinn Reservation neur here and
I draws a pension from the government
He is now bi nd.
Chicago . . . .
N'ew York . .
.St. Louis . . .
On January 17. 1873, General
Wheaion attempted to override the
.480 stronghoia of the Indians, but was re
403 pulsed with the loss of 4 1 of his com
400 maud. Caught in the maxes of the
lava beds. It Is bel'eved that every.
man -would . have periMheil . but for
harley Faithful.- On a dark night
Charley piloted the soldiers to a Kne
of bluffs several miies distant, where
they were able to make a successful
stand. . I
. , .BIG IF-WiVK BASEBALL-
Chicago 3, St. Louis 2, (17 innings.)
Js'ew York 4, 8: Brooklyn 3, 4.
Cleveland 4. 10: Detroit 5, S. ,
Washington 13. Philadelphiu 3.
QUALITY , SERVICE SATISFACTION
Our policy is to serve and serve you well with
the best the market affords, properly priced.
Why not try a market this month where you
can purchase your, every need with one phone
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. We feature only the best in both our meat
and grocery departments and our produce de
partment contains every Fruit and Vegetable
obtainable from all markets of the. country.
Pendleton Trading Co.
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"If It's on the Market We Have It"
H. S. McKENZIE, hi. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
10-11-12 Bond Building
Never before has there been so
much early season . interest taken in
the games which will be played be
tween the California Universities and
those of Washington and Oregon. Ac-
i cording tox the graduate managers at
I both the University of Californ.a and
IS'.anford University, the advance de
mand for seats is such thut it already
is a certainty there will not be suffi
cient accommodation to seat all those
who will want to attend the contests.
As for the "big"' game between Cali
fornia and Stanford, the call for tick
ets has been au great that a movement
ulready is on foot at the University of
California to start a campaign lor a
concrete playing stadium similar - to
that of the University of Washington.
It has been figured impossible to get
such a stadium ready in Jlme for this
year's game, but It seems more than
likely that the structure will enclose
r.ext season s big game. Literally
(thousands w 11 be unable to' get in to
see this year's contests. The loss of
all these fine dollars at the gate will
speed up the construction ns quickly
as anything. If any spur is needed.
Pusadena, California, has a move
ment on foot to inaugurate another
football classlo in addition to its New
Year's East versus West game. The
present plan contemplates nu annual
football game to be held on Armistice
Day. November 11. The American
Legion . hus the consent of the armv
and navy authorities to stupe the
game which it Is hoped will be the
forerunner of many more. The cham
pion team of the Pac'fic fleet and the
champion v eleven of the western de
partment of the army are to.be con-
g lenCere eacn year. -
DR. C. H. DAY
Pliyshian ami Surgeon
Rooms 22 and 25 Smith-Crawford
Telephone 704 Res. 749-R
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UMATILLA COUNTY FARMERS
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD-
For " i
' SHERIFF j
Nominee - i
W. R. TAYLOR ' i
If elected will strive to j
give the people an economi
cal and efficient adminis
tration. (Paid Adv.)
A Gar For
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Sunday Oh Boy!
The season will be open for 8 days. Buy your
now. Cheaper and better.
SEE ME ABOUT THAT GUN BEFORE
Sporting Goods Man
Hotel Pendleton Bldg.
Now is a good time to
start trading at this meat
market. Open an account
and see that difference.
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