Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1920)
iVTTVT'lvrrnp rr iccrmrn iTfip-rTt!
', . . jvyj.ixiijx VJUfiooir xjZiU xuiyuvciia !
TEN PAGES -; jw-psracagsnr titt ' tem pages I
' L ' ' ' I mA. -r. ' rZ PAGES 7 TO 10
'rr'" . " ' DAILY EAST OBEGONIAMT, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 1920. . ' ' .
I0R CIRCUIT HOLDS
ADVANTAGES IN SERIES
Of 15 Clashes for World Title,
, ' American League Entries
Have Emerged Victor in Nine
V; to National's Six.
NEW YOHK, Oct. 4. (A. P.)
Records of world' series played under
too Jurisdiction of tho national com
mission since 1905 ihow that the Am
rlcan League ha an advantage over
.. the National League In tha nnmh.r
aeries won a well as the number of
tames won, but the senior circuit en
,trls in the championship scries have
""'" me-American league con.
tenders. Regardless of the outcome
Of the series thla year the American
Ltagrue will retain its lead in the num
ber of serlea won. The only possibil
ity of the American League being
ousted from the lesdRrshln I..
' to "v the Natlonul League en
try thla year win the aerie In five
atralaht games. The leader in runs
scored after thia year's serlea will
Have ended cannot be foretold, de
pending as It does on the closeness or
onesidednesa of the frames.
- Mfteen worlds scries .have been
-Played since they were Inaugurated
Wider National ' Commission Jurlsdlc- I
tlon In i05. nr n,...
Ieajrue clubs have won nine and .'a
WonaJ clubs alx. Thus if the National
,ntry wlna this your the ju
nior circuit still will have an advan
woit lW lh numbcr of crlc
, Americans Have 41 Win,
In the IS series now part of baseball
history games were played of whic h
two rwilted. in tie scores. American
laifue clubs have won 4 4 games and
National league clubs 40. Hince the
rtnner this yean will have to win five
'urn to win tha
Ii . 1 "uo entry would be lib-
Uged to accomplish tho feat In five
tralght starts In order to overcomo
me frames-won advantage of the Am
erican League. The senior league
leads In runs scored In world s series
o 114 to 173.
. As between the eastern and west,
cm division of the major leagues the
former has won nine serl.-s and the
Utter lx.. being, the mm. a.!,,. ..,..-
the American League holds ever the
, -i inn is series
ly In the west, with thrn. . i..f
t'on'1! Bef'os. ' The first, series under
auonai commission In J808 was
between two eastern clubs, the New
Ifork Clianta defeating th ihii..i.i
Phla Athletics. Then for four years
the big games were t, laved .ntii,, i
... T-cnt, ,,, lwo i-i,icago teams clash
...a ... i.uo; mo Chicago Clubs and
Ietrolt In 1907 and 1908, and Pltta-
uuis una jjcuoit in 1809. ,
First lOSMt-WpHt Series 10.
East and West came tnt-nth,..- i..
world's series for the first time. In 1910
when Connie Mack's Arhl-n,... ,ir.
ed tho failing Chit-ago Cubs. For six
juu.n ui.er, irom asil to ! the
....... u ..ttjieoail cnamnlnnHhln n. a
;ldcd In the east and then came two
intervcctlonul series, nulmcu h -
nll-wcrtlcrn ii e .-e'.weeu Cincinnati
and the Chi. i.d Wl Ho Box last year.
The, only time that a world's cham
pionship has been made' a eltv att,.r
since tho .National and mu.i
"' cnamnions hava hMn
Hg for tho title was In lUOS. when the
.... v..w 'iiiks men known as
ine "Hitb-ss Wonders" rt.foui. ..
,, cuos. wno won their first
rriiimnc under the leadership
Irank U Chance.
THESE MEN WILL PLAY FOR CLEVELAND
NBW VOJtK. Oct. 4. A. P.) The list of baseball ilv.- fmm hiv
will be selected the ollglbles to represent Cleveland In the coming word's e
nes shows that Manager Kpeaker will b able to pick a squad of seasoned base-
uso ana pnsyicaiiy ill.
The average age of all players on tho Cleveland roster Is botwecn 27 and
years, to oe more exact, about 27 years and nine months. The average i
. nu.ruL Alw iui.i.uN uiiu ine average neignt rive reel ji inches.
Tho list from which Cleveland's eligible players for the world's series will
bo selected as fulows:
CK'MAX1 tTil'B 120 MjUAU.
l'os. Ago Wht. lfgt. Bats T.
ii 170 6.10 H K
Use the Phones,
Use the Phones
Other Dept'g 78
( IT r SERVICE
Other Dept's 78
START OFF BIG YEAR
BY DEFEATING PASCO
Green and Gold Puts Over 14 to
7 Win on High School From
Neighboring Railroad Town
in Good Early Season Game.
Pendlet.m high school started ' Its
1S20 football season with a clean-cut
win over Pasco high at Round-Up
park on Saturday, the final score being
14 to 7 for the green and gold. Anoth
er touchdown was In the making for
voaen inck riuiiley's boys when the
rinal gun hailed proceeding with the
ball on Pasco's flvo yard line for first
down. - . . -
For October 2 tho game was well
played and both elevens showed occa
sional flashes of good football. Three
weeks ago the boys donned moleskins
for the first time, under a new coach,
and four or five plnys they knew Sat
urday were used for fairly good gains.
There were no stars In either line
up but as a whole both teams louked
Hlephcn F. O'Neill c
I.slle O. Nunamuker .C
Chester 1. Thomas
Htanley Coveleskle . ., p
lames C. Bagy i p
Itay B. Caldwell p
Elmer O. Myers p
Cluy Morton , p
Oco. E. X'hle p
Walter Malls p
J. U Petty,. .F
Otis I im berth p
K. W. Clark p
Tom Phillips p
J. K. Undsey . , . r.
Tim Murchtson p
W. II. Johnston ...IB
Wm. Wambsganss 2H
W. U. Gardner 3B
Harry Lunto RH
Joseph Kewcll HH
Joe Evans inf
otto .cu ; .' inf
John G. Oraney Ijr JJJ 180
timer J. Smith L.r' z 165
Trls Speaker ..CF 32 180
Joe Wood Rp 30 190
Chaa. D. Jamicson RF 27 155
liwronce Gilbert OF 28 168
5. 1 0 "
i ll H
Haton Itngue, La
Liberty. X. C.
En'sb'rg Falls Vt
Parkers Glen, Pa
Paterson, N. J.
New Orleans, La.
THIS IS THE STORE FOR YO UR
I ColdW eather Needs 1
Where you get quality, fit and satisfaction guaranteed.
Men's Leather Vsts
$12.50 to $27.50
game. The youngsters proved they
were 'rarln to go." however, for on
nearly every scrimmage one or more
linemen beat the snap of ' the ball.'
Both sides were frcoiient offenders,
Steniial t t
(2): Har- :
mim Ml. filial rrm tinil.li.ii.n nw .. I
although Pendleton was penalized the I Jcson (2);. Curtis 1. ..Substitution'.
Kennedy for Lawrence, Bradley for
Snyder, Snyder for Bradley; Adkinson !
for Kramer. Referee Fred Benniun,
ITiah, Umpire, Orville Reeves, O. A. C; j
Head Linesman, Rex Ellis; Timer, '
Lclth Abbott, Oregon. '
I tack field sliems Promise
Coach Hanlcy's baxkficld showed
promise through the maze of errors it
committed. Perry Davis, tho chunky
little right half, is fast and carries the
hall with his head down. . Kenneth
Stundcl at left half, will develop de
fensive strength and when he gels the
knack of holding forward passes Will
be a valuable ground gainer. Ho is
rangy and has plenty of weight. Jens
Terjeson made several nice passes, a
few of which wont for good gains, and.
although slow on his feet, made gains
oy his ability to carry opposing tack
les on h's hack. Charley Snyder, at
m-arter, harked off the signals but. If
Playea .even wer. di.tine.iv "J..-' """""
sffalrs. while five wee. , fX., IT7 ""unu r?"'-l, venl
nnythlng, lacked variety. With only a
bailee .mI .1,.. ", ' O". M'Fwever,
EL PASO CELEBRATES
PEACE ALONG BORDER ;
Best quality leather vests for men
who are out in the open a great deal.
You'll find one indespensible if you
use it once. We have many styles to
show you and we have your size.
Come in tomorrow and buy one. .
INIen's Wool Underwear
' $3.50 to 810.00 Suit
You certainly can't keep comfort
able unless you have good warm un
derwear. Come in now and get yours.
The cold days "are on their way so
be ready for them. We're offering
men's wool underwear in many styles
and weights of just what you want.
Men's "Wool Shirts
, 31.50 to 39.50
Surely you want to keep warm the
cool days that are to come. Why not
fill your shirt needs now and be ready
good styles and your si2e in stock.
men playing together
, . sagss 1 . ... i
KU PASO. Tex., Oct. 4. (A. P.) '
El Paso. October 4-9 will hold Its first 3
i International Expositon - Ito celebrate ' ' ' " .......iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiii
The, Pasco outweighed -ev--e return. ot Ueal Mcxi.. SIH M
QUALITY SERVICE SATISFACTION
Did fou Get lour
IF NOT, DON'T FORGET WE CAN SUPPLY
YOUR EVERY WANT
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
era! pounds, showed a fairly good set
or oaetHand they frequently went into
the center of the local line for good
pains. In the second -half of the game
tlanley substituted Wain Kennedy at
center for IMck Lawrence and the big
senior, playing his first season, smoar
ed things In better style.
tsblll Miows I p
A couple of passes for good gains
fell into Charley Cahlll's waiting arms
and the little right end showed aggres
siveness all through. He and 'Steam
boat" Warner, at left end, were often
glulty of playing offside. Warner did
the punting but his crrorts were far
short of ranging him with Bill steers.
Coach Hanlcy has good material
In the lino but It Is undeveloped. Hog- i mining, agricultural and manufactur
ers and Ooedeckc, tackles, arc big fel-l'11" products will be displayed. Among
lows whowhould be a tower of strength the exhibits will be a state mineral ex-
when they have had a couple of more I hibit from the Chihuahua City palace,
renewal of friendly feeling between
America and Mexican peoples. Mex
ico Day. October 6, will be the big
event of tho exposition wock.
General Ignacio ICuriques, - government-elect
of Chihuahua state, will
represent President de la lluerta at
the exposition, riovernors of Klnaloa,
Coahulla and Tamaulipas have also
been invited and several have accept
ed. Governors of Texas. New Mexico and
Arizona have accepted invitations to
attend the exposition on their respec
tive state days. .
Mexican and American exhibits of
Tlie Inward Kffect of humors are
worse than the outword. They en
Hanirer f he whole svstem. Hood's Sar-
Naiiarilla eradicates all humors, cures I
all their Inward and outward effects.
It la the great alterative and tonic,
whose merit has been everywhere established.
If If IB
, What ever your table needs, you'll find it here. 2
Quality Firet Cla in every department. o
FRUITS, VEGETABLES. CHOICE MEATS
"Hie Table Supply"
2 Phone 187 and 1S8
739 Main Strr
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
weeks with a game or two Interspers-
ed. Havel and Kramer, guards, like
wise have promise.
The fans Saturday were well pleased
with the progress which has been
made by the former W. 8. C. star in
coaching the locals. Ky the time of
the Important games, some classy
football Is expected. The boys like
Hanlcy and will work for him and he
has a strong following aiqong all the
supporters of football here. Including
scores of former northwestern college
Ihw Scores Wore Made
The green and gold rang up the first
touchdown In the first quarter after
Pasco had received and, after failing
to Cain, minted. The hnvs started
their march down tho field, putting!
Terjeson over about tho middle of thoi
period. Davis and StenUal nvcre Im-j
portant factors In gettlt.g tho ball to j
the shooting distance. j
The second quarter produced no j
scores, although Pendleton hml all ;
the advantage and play was in Pasco's '
territory, most of the time. Several j
fumbles and penalties for offside or 1
holding were coupled with time out for I
Pasco boys who hit too high and were !
knocked out. j
Pan Scores for Visitors I
A forward pass -from , Blanton to j
Harmon, Pasco left end. paved the!
way for tholr only score, made In the
third quarter. The end had an open .
field and shook off one tackier as he
carried tho ball across the line. Curtis1
The aerial game was resorted to by ;
Pendleton In this quarter and In th
fourth, with good effort. Cahlll made!
a good gain Just before the quarter j
ended, catching a long pass from Ter-
Jeson at tho side lines for about 25 :
yards gain.' I
When the fourth period . opened, '
Pendleton was within 55 yards of Pas- j!
co's goal and the backfield worked
tho oval to the nine-yard line on first,
down. Terjeson bucked It over on the 1
final down. A forward pass, a criss,
cross and a long run In an open field I
by Stcndal left tho ball on Pasco'a five
yard lino as time was called.
lineup and Score
The teams were lined up as follows:
Pasco (7) Position Pendleton (4
Harmon ie Warner i
Stewart It Rogers
i Nelson lg Kramer :
I Mlnklswita ' e , Lawrence '
I Kvans rg Havel
I Curtis it " -Goedeckel
JHICHESTER S PILI
y-r- rnit DIAMOK9 .BRAND.
I.Mdtot Akrr Dntrlit for
rUU ta Kc-4 and CoJ4 lcrtIU: 3
bore, temied with pit Rtbbok. W
ran m tier, ttav mT j
ratal. Aik ft r IIIIlVsl 1rs
UlAMONP ItKAND PILL9, fo
yor know.i s Best, Siast, Aiwr.r Artist .
exhibit of cotton fabrics and by-
products from the I -as lira cotton dis
trict of Coahulla and Duranpo . and
afrricnlturai dlnplays from Mormon
colonies of western Chihuahua.
I'lnns are being made to construct
a permanent exposition building here
and to make the fair an annual event
OfficcN would be maintained In the
buildlne to eivo information about thr
natural resources of the two republics 1
On October 10 a party of 100 El
Paso business men will leavo on a
special train for Mexico City and oth
er Important Mexican cities.
B. 8. McKENZIE, H. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
10-11-12 Bond Building
DR. C. II. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 23 and 26 Smith-Crawford
Telephone 704 Res. 749-B
"Drug store complexion
always fad oat In the
with." Painless Parker.
Vou can't fool nature. You
ran't have a good complexion
unless your health is good, and
good health comes as much from
sound teeth as from any other
Nino people out of ten do not
have sound teeth. Something or
other is the matter with them.
If you arc one of the nine, you
are invited to come iir a.id have
vour teeth examined free. A
littlo work done on hem now
will save a lot of worh later.
When vou think of TEETH.
think of Parker.
E. F. PARKER
r. It. ;. Vinson
lr. F. V. firelf
753 Main Street.
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 Fold to you clean.
Pendl eto n
Now is a good time to
start trading at this meat
market Open an account
and see that difference.
I Barnhart re . Cahlll
I Blanton qb Snyder