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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1920.
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BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MAGNATES MAY SCRAP LOOM LARGE ON SPORT "
NATIONAL AGREEMENT CALENDAR HEREABOUTS
Heads of 11 Clubs Eavpr Plan
of Organization Proposed by
. Lasker; Ben Johnson . and
Fire American Clubs Absent.
CHICAGO, Oct. 1 (A. P. Rep
resentative of every National league
baseball olub and three American
league baseball club and three Amer
ican league clus last night went nn
record aa favoring arrogutlnn of the
natlo lal agreement between profes
proposed a complete reorganisation of
baaeball with the national commission
abolished and a civilian tribunal of
three men not finally Interested in the
game In complete cnnlrol.
The avtli n came after a conference
lasting more than nine hours. The
resolutions will be considered at an
other meeting November and pre
aented to the meeting of minor league
officials at Kansas City November
for their approval. All professional
leagues will be Invltel to Join with the
Pendleton and Hood River Meet
on Local Field and Wa-Hi is
Host to North Central of Spo
kane at Walla Walla.
Two football games th's week-end In
Interscholustlo circle will hold the
stage for Pendleton funs. On Fri
day I'ondle'on high school -meet
Hood lllver'i squad on Rnund-L'p
park, while on Saturday the annual
classic belwecn Walla Walla and
I North Central, of Spokane, will be
played at Walla Walla,
i The Friday contest will be a test
between a team coached by last year's
local couch and th's year's team, under
Dirk Hanley. Kurl Pleischniann, who
piloted the Pendleton boys last fall, is
In charge of the apple country cloven
and I. is Is one team tho local boys
want to serd home on the short end
of the score His oulfit held The
IMIIes to a H to 7 score recently and
Pill Kteers was coaching The Dalles at
Hanley says his hunch Is In no
and hs shoi me
Use the Phones
Other Uept'8 7J-
S'TlTE if QUALITY
GET Use the Phones, l
r& Grocery 526 ?
Other Dept'i 78 f
11 clubs acting In " proirosed reor- (shape to play a hard football game, on
American Lragnn Hc-nil Abwnt.
Club owners at the meeting said
that If Preddeut Johnson of the Am
erican league and the five club own-
n ceo u ni of iho casualties sustained
against Toachet lust Thursday.
Htendnl was lost to the squad for the
season and Davis probably cannot take
his place at left half by Friday. My
era who have always sided wi(h him j run llunlcy did not help his weak
in oaaenan aiscuasions. uiu not care to
Join with the other club owners in the
proposed reorganization, they prob
ably would "go ahead without Mr.
Johnson." Johnson was not present
and the Cleveland, Detroit, Washing
ton, Ht. Iu!s and Philadelphia Amer
ican league clubs were not represent
ed. ' .
President Deppler of the National
league said the men prcrent felt that
Johnson and tho others 'absent had
given them a "decided snub."
The proposed plan of reorganiza
tion follows the outline made by A. V.
Lasker, stockholder of the Chicago
National league club. The chairman
of the proposed tribunal would receive
unklo a bit In the Tnuchet came hut
will be In the lineup nevertheless.
Some new back field material probably
w.H he In action on Frldav.
One of t he bright spots in the ginom
at the high school is the Improvement
shown by Jens Tergeson, captain and
fullback. The big boy Improved 100
per cent between tho I'asco and Tou
chet game and his ground work last
Thursday has been the subject of con
siderable comment. l.oonl critics say
be has tho makings of a good college
The game at Walla Walla Saturday
will attract quite a number of old Spo
kane men from here. Poth Coach
Hanley and his brother played with
a salary of $26,000 a year and the,,ne muroon and black and will prob-
otner mentuera iit.uou. ine iriuutmi
would be supreme and there would tie
no appeal from ils divisions. The
agreement would be In force for 25
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World's Scries) Fixing on lrola
t'HICAUO. Oct. !. The Cook
county grand Jury Imestlgailng the
baseball scandal does not expect fur
ther testimony Implicating major
leaguo players in gambling and game
"throwing." but will devote Its future
nesslons to securing evidence against
the men who are alleged to have
"fixed" the 1 SI 9 world series by brib
ing Chicago American league players
to lose games to the Cincinnati Nation
al league team, according to a state
ment last night by llatrley Heplngle.
prosecutor In charge of Hie Inquiry.
Further Indictments might be vot
ed against major league players, how
ever, on the strength of evidence al
ready received, Heplonle said, but the
Jury pluns to delve tomorrow almost
exclusively Into the ramifications of
an alleged gambling ring which nought
control of the annual championship
ably be on hand to v. '.leer their alma
mater. Tho Walla Walla eleven Is a
powerful scoring machine and the
game Is expected to be the classic of
the season In the neWrt boring town.
GYMNASIUM CLASSES WILL
BE STARTED THIS EVENING
Gymnasium classes - for bus
inessmen wilt be started tonight
at 7:45 by the Pendleton Athle
tic Club In the club gym. Court
and Garden streets. Dick Han
ley. high school athletic director,
will bain charge. The classes
hvIII moot twice a week, on Tues
day and Thursday. Any who de
sire to sf e the naturo of the work
may visit tho gym this evening,
President Kex Kills said today.
(Knst OrcBon'an Special.)
HOAKDMA.V, Oct. 19. Word hitf
teen received from I A. Hunt, county
agent, that plans are on foot for s
January O, A. C. extension school peti
tioned for by the local Farm Bureau
A Hallowe'en program Is to be giv
en by the school Oct. 30th to raise
funds to buy pictures for the school
Mrs. Iycna Knell Shurte, county school
superintendent has sent In Jl as her
;ontrilmtlon to the fund. .
Plans for an Armistice Day com
munity program are under way. A
local committee has been appointed
to arrange for the musical and literary
features, and all soldiers and sailors
will, he asked to participate. I-leut
Walter Given, of Kent. Oregon, has
been secured as speaker of the day.
The teachers of the Hoard man
tchools visited Pendleton schools on
Tuesday and will continue in that city
In attendance at the Morrow-Cniatllls
'nstltute Wednesday, Thursday and
CONVKTIOX OF St IPIU'.l.D
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19. (A. P.)
The federal circuit court of appeals
has upheld the. conviction of 39 bac
rsmento Industrial workers of the
wnrM for conspiracy to violate tho
draft and espionage acts.
AFTER M0NTH8 and months.
MY WIFE persuaded me. ,
TO HAVE It done.
80 I went around.
TO THE photographer.
AND GOT mugged.
WHEN TV.E pictures came.
I SHOWED them to a gang.
OF AMATEUR an crftlca.
AND PROFESSIONAL crabs.
DI8GUISEO AS friends.
WHO FAVORED me.
WITH SUCH remarks as.
"DOE8NT HE look najrair
"HAS IT got a tall?"
"A GREAT resemblance."
AND THAT lost one.
MADE ME sore.
SO WHEN friend wife.
ADDED HER howl.
I TRIED again.
THI3 TIME they rere great.
FOR HERE'S what happened
THE PHOTOGRAPHER said.
"LOOK THIS way, please."
AND HELD up something.
A3 HE pushed the button,
AND NO one could help,
BUT LOOK pleasant.
FOR WHAT he held up.
,WAS A nice full pack.
OF THE cigarettes.
LIGHT tip a ChesterneM ma
sense the goodness of those fine
Turkish and Domestic tobaccos in
that wonderful Chesterfield blend.
Taste that flavor! Sniff that aroma.!
You'll register "They Batlufy." Yoa
can't help it
. wMmm IE, a 11 'y.b IWit flSI-- IK S
it il tl' irL it
I ATTEND THE GREAT SALE IN OUR iMEN'S STORE
GREAT SAVINGS ARE
IS IN. STORE FOR YOU.
IH Buy your Winter needs
Men's Suits .
Men's Wool Shirt?
Mm .Rep i TO-
I In a clas"hea1er than their title,
j W'hilo Homo excellent bouts have
litrn stagpd under the New J'ork
j laws and while there is littlo doubt
that th! futtiro will see many Just as
Rood. It Is a fact that the chumpions
will have to be coaxed a itreat deal to
Kleo Into a rine with their crown at
j Ktale on a decision since they can go
I acron the river in New Jersey and
I fipht a twelve-round no-dcclslon fight
i ind get almost as much money.
WIFE IS HELD AFTER
DISCOVERY OF BODY,
HIDDEN IN BLANKET
Tex Ri:ard Cay3 lioxcrs Show
No Inclination to Step
and Take Chances on Decis
ion Bouts Under Walker Law
VAIHHTV Sl IT DEI'F.ltltF.n
wis'Hivr.TdX. Oct. 19. (U. P.)
in : Thn sunreme court refused an advance
for er'v hear'"' f'M'les iIr',rrl't
!"'t attnrklnir the validity of the fed
eral woman s iff-a"e iwilii
Kastlanrt, Texas. 1 (A. r.-
With the throatfeut and head crushed
with an axe, the body of Will Dunn
was found wrapped in a blanket, on a
bed at h! home last night. His ift
is under arrest.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
DON'T FORGET THAT THESE
PRICES ARE "EVERY DAY OC
CURANCES" AT THIS MARKET.
BEEF STEW .8c LB.
BEEF BOIL 8c LB.
POT ROAST 12'2c LB.
CROSS RIB ROASTS. ... 18c LB.
RUMP ROASTS 18c LB.
SHOULDER STEAKS.. 20c LB.
ROUND STEAKS 25c LB.
v SIRLOIN STEAKS 30c LB.
T-BONE STEAKS 30c I J.
, PORTER HOUSE Steaks 30c LB.
Irfimb Spwlnl' IMUit.. Veal Sikk IhI TH.-es
! IS Ol'll (illOCl.KV nr.l'AItTMF.NT we have cverythlnif In
frch vcKelahles. Including Fancy Iai'ko White Cauliflower,
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Fancy Head Lettuce, Turnips, Carrots, Hoots, 1'arsnlps, Cran
ucrrlee, Itaklnn Squash, Golden 1'umpkln.
IiuiihMoii Milk T for SI.OO. . Nwwt Spoils 4 Hw. for '.3k
lMXN'T ItllttiKT Ol'll Sl'lX'IAL ON WINTF.H AITI.Ui
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's nn th Market. Wc Have It"
BY HKNRY U FA UK ELL
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
NKW YOHK, Oct.. 19. The right
of Pete Herman. Jonnny KIMiane, Ken
ny I.eonard and Jonnny wnson up
their championship- crowns may lie
disputed, hut Tex Rlckard, New York
promoter, Is wlllin? to concede tnem
all as the beat champions the worio
has even seen at "ducking bouts.
Hiekard. who, as the manager or
Madison Square garden, has become
the foremost of Anrericim promoters,,
I as found It almost Impossible to in
duce any of the champions o'.ilside of
Jack Ucmi'sey, the heavyweight king,
to iret In the ring for a decision bo'it.
"We expected to have some real
rights in New York under the new j
boxing bill, but the champions havej
suddenly become deaf," he said. j
! havo wrtlten numerous letters to j
Johnny Kilbane and he baa ignored
them. I even 'went so far as to let
him pick his own opponent. I have
tried to get in touch personally with
Johnny Wilson and have sent represen
tatlves to him only to have them told
that he Is not ready to talk business.
r had Benny Leonard anu iuiue m-
s.mmoilR matched and the bout was
called off. Pete Herman has boon
vtry slow In agreeing to meet the win-1
nor of the eleminutlon series that Is;
being conducted among the bantams." i
" uk-kard to Bring Them Out
Rlckard however, plans to force,
them Into tho ring. He has two plans i
in mind one through the provisions j
of tho Walkor liill and the other by j
tuking tho radical stund that they vre
no loiiRer champion and offering a
club belt of his own to tho winner of
at) elimination series among the ran- ,
The Walker Lilt Is very clear om
this subject. '
"Anv boxer winning a championship
under the International Rules must de
fend his title In a bona fide bout to a
decision against the best available con
tender within a period of six montns
H orn the time of winning bis title and
thereafter every siv months if a quali
fied challenger appears, unless be l
prevented by circumstances beyond
his control, hi which raso the time may
he extended by the board of boxing
cnnl rol. " the section read.
Rlckard haa already otrereti a ooii
i iho winner of the return engage
ment between Jack Sharkey and Joe
Lvnch, who fought a furious imeen-1
round draw recently and are matched 1
to meet again on November 6th In
Madison Square garden.
I Weight to 1W Dtsc-lowd
i Uickard also promises to make some
l Interesting disclosures about the
I weight of several champions who are
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The recent storms are bringing the
Ducks and Geese.
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