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'r., the Oregon Agfflcg on the Corval-I
lis Ore., gridiron.
University of Idaho is Eugene
Eleven's Competitor While
Aggies Journey to Meet Sun
Dodgers on Seattle Gridiron
latum of Saturday, CHIoImt S3.
At Eugene, Ore. Oregon v.
At Los Angeles U. 8. C. vs.
At Heattle Waslilnuton vs.
At Berkeley California vs.
' Utah U.
At Kanta Clara BUnford vs.
Santa Clara. ,
At Pasadena I'omona vs. ln-
At Missoula Montana vs. Wes-
At nutte Montana Mines vs.
,8outh Dakota Mines.
At Huxnman Utah Anglos vs.
At Colorado Sprlnns Colorado
College vs. Denver IT.
At Fort Collins Colorado Aggies
vs. Colorado Mines.
At Spokane Mrcmcrtun Navy
Yard Vs. Oonzaga.
University of Oregon's football
loven will swing Into action tomor
row at 'Eugene against Its first college
opponents of the present station, the
University of Idaho. This contest Ir
expected to command the lion's share
of attention In them purls and the out
come of the game will be followed
Idaho had Its Initial hard game last
Friday when Tom Kollcy's boys lost
to W ashlngton State Collego by
touchdown. Bart Spcllmsn. Oregon
1 line coach, saw the game and said
when he was here on his way hack to
kugeno, that Oregon "could beat Ida
ho but It would be a game."
Aggie Meet Waildngtoii.
To supporters of Oregon Agricultur
al College, the game at Seattle tomor
row between the Aggies and the Uni
versity of Washington will be of chief
concern. Washington has met both
Whitman and Montana and suffered
defeat at tho hands of the cowboys. O.
A. C. was held scoreless by Multno
mah club In the only big game Ruth
erford's squad has played.
The lack of competition for O. A. C
win sena me men into tne fray wit's
less Injuries than Washington, how.
ever. Bear stories' from the Bun
Dodger camp say that most of the. vet
erans are out of play because of In
juries, Including Captain Faulk, a!!
coast end. Washington Is picked f
take the long end of tho scoro despit.
In the south U. R. C. meets Occ'
dental collego at Los Angeles an'
Stanford plays at Santa Clam. Oil'
fornla meets Utah on the Uerkelc?
field. The showing o these teams at
home will be watched for their ef
fect on the coast conference standings.
Ursils Hlp Tra'n Team.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22. (A. P.)
Coach Leonard Allison's University of
Washington football eleven will meet
tho team of tho Oregon Agricultural
college on University flhld here Sat
urday. The: drubbing given the Sut
Dodgers by the Montana eleven last
week has caused Coach Allison to call
In help of former stars of Washln
ton and the local men have been
coached through a week of hard prar
to holp of former stars of Washlng'
gamo. By one week from tomorrow th
conference championship race win be
well on Its way with the University of
uici.on piaying at Stanford University
t nd the University of California meet -
Klnuford Meets Hunta' Clara.
SANTA CLARA Cal.. Oct. 22. (A.
) Foothull teams of Stanford Uni
versity and the University of Suntu
Clara meet here tomorrow In tho most
important gamo scheduled for tho lo
cal gridiron I his year. Special trains
will bring former students of the tw
schools from nearby points for the
Santa Clara players and supporters
expect to win and clulin that Stan
ford's defeat by the University of
Southern California last Katunliiv ut
Los Angeles Indicates that the Cardi
nal eleven this year Is not as strong as
Stanford teams of the past.
Stanford Is coming to Santa Clara
wnn a strengthened team and hopes
to start Its 10211 victories with a win
over the local lean.. Poor work in
handling the tall and fumbling has
bc-:-i given as tho reason for Stan
ford's defeat In the south.
lilce chicken coup
j Use the Phones
f Grocery 526
H Other Dept's 78
Use the Phones,
Other Dept'g 76
FOR MIRACLE ELEVEN
UAMHRIDOR, Mass., Oct. 22. (A.
P.) Harvard University's prepara
tion for the game Suturday with th3
"Wonder Eleven" of Center College,
ire being made both on the field and
In the box office on a scale compar
able with tho usual preliminaries fur
the annual contest -with Yale. Tickets
for the stadium have been exhausted,
although extra stands have been tuck,
ed Into every available nm-c.
Close to 30,000 persons will see the
ame, the first real tent against a big
college team for the eleven which
haa gone through two seasons without
Cuptuln Ilorween of Tfi,rvnrl u-ini
has been out of the game for ten days
lecaui-c of ai. injury to his side, nrob-
ibly will have to stay on the side lines
ind Sedgwick, first string tackle, lso
will be missing.
I HAD or donMe.
ABOUT THAT restaurant.
IT LOOKED like the piace.
WHERE THE Englishman.
TOLD THE waiter to brine.
A NEW bill of fare.
BECAU8E ON the one.
THAT HE bad.
THE SAMPLES or food.
WERE SPOTTED against
THE WRONG names.
BUT I chanced It.
AND OrlDERED a platO.
OF CHICKF.-' soup.
AND WHEN it. cams.
I TASTED It sou
ASKED THE waiter.
"IS THl chicken toup?-
AND H2 tarae back.
AT ME with thK
"IF YOU can t Ull.
WHETHER T u or E-4
WHAT'S IT -nane..
IF IT Isn't?"
WHICH WAS kinda hara
TO FIGURE ot" '
BUT I gn?M he's rlmu.
ALL THE same, nobody.
EVER QUESTIONS my ;wt.
THEY JUST grab on3.
LIGHT UP, m!le anj sa.-.
ONT5 .amnle from IV rl'"i,
while Ches'erfield paci'f ea, ami
yeu'll put In a Etandins order .n
fcveBS-worK about It Chefctcrflefrir
do tutisfy! While we use oi'ly ths
finest, s. klest TnrMrh anu ib t.i
ert, mellowest liomec'lc toi- c.
If the Ched'erfleld olnd th it o
IL Anc that blend has em a 1
stoved! It can't be copied!
IXIS ANGELES. Oct. 22. Koy Mal
colm, professor of political science In
he University of Southern California
md xecutlv- secretary of ""the Los
ngeles county unit of the League to
Inforce Peace, has announced his In
tention to support Governor Cox be
cause of his stand for the I-eHKue nt
.atlons. "I am voting the democratic
cket" said Malcolm, "because 1 be
eve It has a clearer vision of the
wontleth century pluce of the United
'talcs in the family of nations. It is
oolish to talk about Isolation when
here Is no Isolation and has not been
or a generation, especially since 1898.
'. take this stand upon my individual
esponslbillty and not as representing
he institution with which I am con-lected."
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Sale IS STILL
COLD WEATHER IS COMING I
BETTER BUY THAT SUIT OR 1
OVERCOAT NOW! 1
Buv it while you can get it at a big g
reduction. You also get fit, wear g
and satisfaction. s
Alterations free. . s
! 51, CiH
1 600 STUDENTS PLEDGE
TO PAY DEBT TO STATEi
00 STUDENTS PLEDGE PENDLETON MAN HELD .mmiiiiuiiimiimiiiir.miiniiiiiiHii iiiiiiiiiiiiimmm
IMKIlltAN sXH.MXiK KIIKI.LI.I)
A I NT A 1.1, Asia Monor, Oct. 23. (A.
F.) Turkish nationalists who have
wen Ntrhtlnir the e"rem U In this rc
tlon shelled the American college here
1'OHTI.ANI), lre. Oct. 22.
KUtiUNB. Ore., Oct. '22. (A. I'.)
Over ItitiO Btuilcnta of tho University Among indictments returned
of Oregon yesterday acknowledged yesterday by ine lederai Ki.nl J-...
their debt to the state at their annual i was one iig iinm Archie Hopkins of
pledKC day ceremonies. Tho pledge, I reiidleton, charged with having liquor
-which has Wen taken by the students ! m MM aotoniiidie in his posjs.on at
each year for the past 10 years, was j the Pendleton Hound-Up.
rcud by Governor IHn W. Olcott The
students arose and pledBed themselves
to Rive the state their best endeavors
toward (rood citizenship in acknow
ledgement of their debt ! tho state
for their oportunitles for education.
HltOTIIKHS WIU, IH KIVAI.S
Kl'OKNE, Ore., iK-l. It. (A. I.)
Two brothers, F. M. Hihler and J. F.
("Ioc") Bohler will coach rlvsl col
lege basketball teams In tho North
west Conference this season. F. M
Kohlcr recently was named basketball
coach of the. University of Oregon
Wli tinon I'!avs at UalilwpTL
WALLA WALLA, W-oh.. Oct. ft.
(A. r. ) Coach Uorlcshe und 19 Vlrt
man football pla-ers left yesterday for
Caldwell, Idaho to meet the college
of Idaho Suturday. Idaho college has
not lost a game in three yoars.
STl li:T IU.L1 IX)I Ml KOI It
l'HILAOin.l'HIA, Oct. 22. (A. V.)
A wairant charciiiK him with the
murder of Kliner C. Orewcs, Dai't
nwnilh senior .was issued for Wm. 11.
hero. His brother handles the basket-Urines, a University of Pennsylvania
hall team of the Washington State Col- freshman, by the district attorney's
Imeof Pullman. - office last nlffht.
lister Winkle was charged with
steulimr a f0-ccnt piece from a gov
ernment mail box belong'ng to H. T.
Dyer of Mllllcan, near Eend.
OYSTERS, CRABS, LOBSTERS, SHRIMPS, FANCY
DRESSED POULTRY, TURKEYS.
No Special Prices on Beef This Week as We are Selling Every Day
SALKM, Oct. 22. f .V V.) A dock
et of 21 cases is scheduled for con
sideration by the supreme cutrt in Hs
autumn luistern Oregon so.ss'nn which
conveiM'S In rondloon Mondiiy. Sev
eral criminal casos are included. At
torney General Van Winkle will ac
company the court to assist in the
prosecution. ' The Umatilla county
cases urc the State versus Wilder, Itay
! Keller versus Charles A. Johnson and
Winn versus Taylor.
Regulate your digestion so you can
eat favorite foods without fear of
A few tablets of Tape's Diapepain
correct acidity, thrs reprulating the
stomach and ' pivin? almost instant
relief. Large 60c case drugstores.
' ci r mnni
Ve will have for our trade tomorrow everything
your heart desires in goodies for the table.
Fat Hens, Fries, Broilers, Salmon, Halibut, Oys
ters, Crabs, etc. Plenty of Veal, Pork, Lamb U. S.
Inspected Meats of the highest quality.
In our grocery department we will have every
thing, look over our display for your Saturday shopping.
"The Table Supply"
CLEVBLAXn. Oct. fl. l. V.) .
In an attempted hold up of the Ked- i
lord, Ohio, branch of the Cleveland
Trust Company by four bandits yes-i
tmlay, one robber whs shot and killed.
The other three and two bank rm
nloves were 'wounded. No loot va
Phone 187 and 188
D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W,
739 Main Strr
BEEF BOIL 8c
Beef Stew 8c
POT ROASTS 12 ',c
CROSS RIB ROASTS.... 20c
RUMP ROASTS 20c
SHOULDER STEAK ... ....... 22c
T-BONE STEAK .............. 30c
SIRLOIN STEAK 30c
PORTERHOUSE STEAK ..... 30c
ROUND STEAK 30c
CINCINNATI, Oct. U2. (C. !'.-
j Howard I'hillips. 34, part owner of
Ichuln of bakeries In Ohio, Indiana and ! t, tainrd.
Kentucky was Instantly Killer curies-1 ,
day night at Newport near here, by1
iJ. B. Murray, 3, u former partner. I AKMIKAL HKNSOX llhnnisir,u
rhilllns was with Murray s w;fe when WASHINGTON, Oct, ::.-1a. im-
llhe shooting occurred.
on ered a: tHXl snd ilto-
Murray then Admiral Benson was today leappomt
e to not re ed chairman of the shiiipiiiK board.
FANCY SPRING LAMB AND PLENTY OF FANCY VEAL
IN OUR GROCERY DEPT. we have every thing fresh from the producers
: including Brussel Sprouts, Artichokes, Cauliflower, Fancy Head and Hot
House Lettuce, Hot House Tomatoes, Fresh Crisp Celery, Cranberries, Pep
pers, Sweet Totatoes, Green Corn, Egg Plant, Florida Grape Fruit.
Pendleton Trading Go.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
Ihcaquarters, laid his automatic on the
,desk and said: "There It Is. I Just
shot a man. He broke up my home."
i.Mrs. Murray will seek a divorce on the
grounds of cruelty, she said.
ttipmri wpre :ppointe'i.
Smoothed Out By Hamlin's
TACOM.V, Oct. 22. (A. IM Hobby
Stagir. kidnaped September H, was re
turned .to his mother Thursday.
SEATTLE MAN IS CAPTAIN
NBATTLH. Wn.. Oct. SS- -tA. 1
A Scattlo boy, Leon Auxins do Turennc,
captain of the Harvard I'nlverstty ten
nis team, has been elected president of
lUe United States Intercollegiate Ten
nis Association, according to word re
ceived here. He succeeded C. 8, Gur-
Soreness and stiffness resulting
from unaccustomed use of muscles
or too much exercise, such as ten
nis, baseball, golf, hand-ball, etc.,
(jive way quicklv to the soothing
effect of Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It
penetrates fast.rives out the sore
ness, and limbers up stiff, aching
joints and muscles.
Hamlin s Wuwnl Oil U ft (tt t.rnt
shl preparation t hav In the mlifin
cht for rirat ail and wtK'n ihft doclor
my 1 far in.;. It I. n absolutely
rfllaMo aotlJH-ptii' applKation tor cutfc
burna, blli nt t-tln.. spralua ana
hruia.a ii'iil rapidly un.I.r Ita aouthin.
pcnciratlt.v qiiMlitlF-t. Kop il on hand.
ii.nerous aiz bottla 3m.
if .a,. ,mt,hi..l with conatlnation
or atck haadacha tr Hamlin a Wiaard
I.lrar Whips. Jual p!asuBt UtU Pin
pills at Urusguu lur Jc
AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS
Remember, as a youngster, how you stared
wild-eyed into the windows of an attractive
bakeshop ? Not only do the youngsters of today
do the same thing, but their mothers and fath
And believe us, when we say our baked goods
taste just as good as they look. If you haven't
tried some, it's high time you were doing so.
land of Yale.