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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1020.
AND GEORGES AGREED
OH, YOU SATURDAY!
Articles Signed to Pit Heavy
!i Championi of World in Title
;' ' Encounter During Coming
Year; Terms Definite.
'.I NEW YORK, Xov. 6. (A. P.)
Jack Dempsey and Ooorres curpentler,
tuned a contract here Krlday to fight
for the world' heavyweight chum
plonahlp for a $600,000 purne. The
data and place In not specifically
etated In the agreement but In other
respects the contract la complete and
definite. Dempsey la to receive 1.100,.
000 for defending the title. Carnen.
lr who hold the Eurooenn henvv.
eljrht championship, will receive
00,000 aa hla share.
j h'ach fighter In addition It to hold
3 a ptr cent of the moving picture cor
poration mock while the other 60 per
Cent rot to the three Joint promoter.
Te Rlckard, Charles Cochran and
Wlil'nm A. Brady. The 1500 000 puree
W to be deposited with a bank or trust
Oi'ii.pany, located near the scene of
lite battle, at leant 24 hours previous.
Co 'he contest and will be divided be
tween the principals Immediately aft
er the termination of the fiKht.
Mum Give Early Notice.
It was atlpulated that should the
pr imotera decide to atage the contest
In March, written notice must be sent
each of the principals and managers
ly registered mall not later thim Jan
uary 1. In such case neither prlncl
I'll la to engage In any contest In the
I t time. 1 the fight is not held In
MihIi, either may meet other pugil
M up to May l, with the provisio,
h ' ever, that Dempsey shall not fight
In Kurope or Carpentler In America.
The clause relating to motion pic
t:ir rights provides that these shall
rclnne; Jointly to the two parties, who
ro Immediately after the fight to
form a corporation under the laws of
the-country where the fight takes
pUcs to distribute the films. Appor
tionment of stock in this company was
tot arranged In detail.
I'misual Clause Included.
Two somewhat unusual clauses were
those which covered the contingency
t either man losing hla present pugil
istic title before the match Is consum
mated and the designation of Robert
Kdgren of New York as sole arbiter"
of all differences which may arise
ftcm the signing of the contract to
the division nf profits i' after the fight.
WJfm ... !
" a. - I
It was provded that If either fight
er should lose his laurels prior to the
time fixed for the nieetng, the promo
ters shall within two days make
known whether they Intend to cancel
the agreement for the fight. This may
be done without forfeiting the contract
deposit. Mr. Bderen, as arbiter, was
placed In a position of supreme au
thority as Interpreter of the contract
and Judge between ttie prospect ve con
tents. It was agreed thut all partes to
the agreement should be "revocably"
bound by his decisions.
The list of eligible referees and
Judges agreed to in the covenant were
besides Mr. Elgren, J. J. Jeffries of
IxiS Angeles; James K. Dougherty of
I'hlluilelph'a; Otto Kioto nf Kunsas
City, and James J. Cnrhett and Wm.
Drown of New York.
TYI'HOOjr KWKKI'S MANILA
MANILA. I. I., Nov. 6. (A. P.)
Maine Church, one of Mnnlla's land
marks, suffered severely from a ty
phoon which recently swept this sec
ion. The gale which, It was estimated,
blew ninety miles an our. tore off part
of the room of the church and scat
tered the galvanised Iron and timbers
for two blocks nearby
TAHIS. Nov. 6. (A. P.) Prank
O'Neill of St. 1-oiiIh. .Mo., the leading
Jockey In France, was set down for
an Indefinite, period Friday at the Fit.
Cloud race track for huving his mount
left at the port.
O'Neill, who had the leg up on Le
Chatelet In the Koyul Oaks Stakes,
sab! the horse refused to break, al
though he put the whip and spurs to
O'Neill's winning mounts, this sea
son number 127. Guy Garner, an
other American Jockey, Is next to
O'.N'ell with 64 victories, l-a-st June
O'Neill Avon the Kpsom Derby In
Knglund with ffplon Kop.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Winter Is Here
Better look at those fine potatoes for $1.75 per
jack. Another car due Saturday. '
Best winter appless, including Winesap, Rome
Beauties, Red .Cheek Pippins, Yellow Newtown,
White and Blue Winter Parmains all for only $1.75
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
TWO W I V IIV KNOCKOUTS
NEW YiiKK. Nov. . (A. P.)
.lie Ijnch, New York bantamweight.
knocked out Al'e Goldstein, also of
ibis city lnthe lllh round of a 15
icund match nt Madison squnre gar
iii ii layt night. "George Chaney Palto
ircre left hander, knocked out George
Orown of New York ill the first round
1 a 10-ronnd match.
is always ready to
II AT the very first twinge, down
r comes myltoUle of Sloan's;
then quick relief, tciAent rubbing,
lor it a stimulating ana scatters
congestion. The boys use it for
stiff muscles, and it helps 5- s
backaches, too." 85c, 70c, x. 10.
J, . . -
Prepare the car for winter's driv
ing or have it overhauled while it '
Is idle. There's no time like the
present. Cold weather calls for
the best there is in your, motor
to get out of it all its good quali
ties it must be in A-l shape.
General Auto Repairing
Cottonwood and Water
Overbeds & Cooke
Pendleton, Walla Walla, Portland
Member of Cnlcago Board ol
Private Wires to all Exchanges
Stocks Bonds Grain
loom Juild IUlg. Pboue VSO
Team Half Made Up of Subs
Put Across Three Touch
downs in Three Quarters and
Regular Backs Add Four in
Milton started its football team
uown to Pendleton yesterday after
neon anij the boys managed to smash)
p a couple of touring cars and kill
a lot of time i route. When thev
finally pranced, out on the field an
hour late they forgot all pbout smash
ing and let the Pendleton high team
take them Into camp to the tune of 4
t 0. A good sised crowd waited oa-
From Iti Dreadful Pains and Aches,
Is properly lo be sought In a good
blood medicine, because authorities
say rheumatism Is a blood diseane;
acid has entered the blood, settling
hi the muscles and Joints. That's
what makes the sharp, sudden,
shot-like pains, causing you to
Jump and cringe, In agony.
Hood'a Karhaparllla comprises
remedies that every physician pre-flcrM-ts
for rheumatism, combined
with other blood-purifying,
tonic and strength-building In
gredients In a formula vastly su
perior In make-up and In -curative
power. It does give positive relief.
Thousands say so. Ko will vou.
i'or a fine laxative take Hood's Pill
tlenntiy for more than an hour for the I Ooedecke. .
! whether . mi. 3. or 3:30 is to be tiia
starting hour to that they need not 'oe
valuable tune from their various bus
inesses. The lineup:
Pendleton Position Milton
Warner ler McDonald
Cahill . .
. . i
"I want to express to the good
seopie of Pendleton and surround
ng community my appreciation
f tho wonderful entertainment
riven to all of us when I visited
'our City ns a member of the
Portland Chamber " of Commerce
excursion. I shall always praise
your country and your people and
do everything I can to advance
yo ir Interests.
W. C. CUUtKKTSOV,
play to commence.
As In previous games, the high Lawrence
ciool advertised the contest for f.iO iTemple. .
Jut either the manager had his dates ! Hogers ..
mixed or the principal did not let the
bunch out early. Word was . passed
around up town at the last minute that
the game would not start until 3 but
It was 3:40 when Referee Glen Dudley
blew the starting whistle. Once under
way the game moved rapidly and the
final score was rung ud In lust T5
, minutes after the start,
j 'Sciwid Team Not Strom;
i Pendleton did not look overly for
jmldable with the second team lfneup
(opposing Milton. Coach Hanley turn
I ed loose nearly everything he had to
put In football suits and left Just
enough regulars In the fray to make it
sure. In the first three quarters Pen
dleton scored hut three touchdowns,
ore In the first period and two In the
second. At the Start of the fourth
quarter '.he score was 18 to 0.
Just before the close of the third
period, Coach Hanley sent in Ken
nth Ktendal, who has been out for a
month with an injured shoulder, ft
cr a few plays he put In Myron Han
ley to run the team., There the fun be.
'an. Stendal, aided by Hanley's In
terference, put over four touchdowns
In the fourth period, all on runs around
Milton's right end.
Prior to Stendal's first touchdown.
Milton punted 40 yards to Hanley and
the husky quarterback ran the tia 11
Vack the same distance before he wa
('owned. Ktendal made his first count
er on a criss cross play, going for 30
w.rds Hnnley minsed the goai. A few
minutes later he clawed off another
4 i yard run around end with a flock
of interference and was over. Hanley
kicked goal this time. His third score
was made on a criFs cross play for 19
yards and asain Hanley added a point.
The final score of the game. J:ist as thf
whistle blew, was on another long 19
yard run of Stendal's around end.
Hanley kicked goal and the game was
Terjeson Proves Star
The game opened Yvith a patched
up lineup. Captain Terjeson, who
played the entire game, was the bright
spot and in five minutes had broken
away for an SO yard run to a touch
town on an off-tackle play. He kick
ed goal. The rest of the quarter was
haracterized by off-side penalties on
.warly every other play, Pendleton's
inemen and Quarterback Snyder of
'snding by getting In motion ahead of
he center's pass. Part of the blame
ay with Dick Ijiwrence, sun center
ho Yvas slow in snapping the ball at
he starting signal.
Perry Davis made a 17 yard buck
ff tackle and scored the second
ouchdoYvn of the fame In the sec-
nd quarter but the try for goal failed
'Mth hthe score 13 to 0 the bunch
nannged to work the ball by straight
ootball to within peeping distance
nd Milton was penalized 15 yards for
ripplne. This placed the oval within
Ive yards and on the second buct
Ivremer. playing fullback, went over
he white line. He missed his try at
Substitutions wero mnde . so fre-
inently both In the line and backfield
lh;t It was hard for the boys to keep
rack of each otner and several oi m
,!av were rn'isscd up. Fumbles Yvere
.timorous but the lost balls that were
ecovered by Milton men were usually
ei-nlned on the next play when Milton
would assay the forwnrd-iwss. Terje
son Intercented no less than five of
':!ton's long aerial shots.
Milton lacked Hue Points 1
The Milton boys seldom made yard-1
tse and showed lack of knowledge of1
he fame. They had a pass formation I
hat got ot-r with one long toss in the j
first quarter but thereafter they wen j
'nablc to complete their shots. Per.
lbton tried orly one or two passes j
relying on slrniHht football through
mt. The I'cal team did not punt o icej
n the came. j
The team looked good in the last;
qnaucr when the first string backs,
Yven In, while a line consisting most ' j
,,f si.bs worked. The difference in ,tb ,
pin-.' was noticeable Immediately whet i
Hunl-v went !n to direct the team. I
Neither he nor Terjeson worked with
he luill in i he fourth period. Menuai
,.,i s,.,i,ohiMker alternating f'.v i
Tains, llanlcv.did not take tiny
bances with his weak ankle.
Itmuh la Hue Sliaiie
The boys csme out of the fray with
mt scr.i'c'hes rr bruises and will be n
top fettle for the Baker game Thurs
day. The contest fTiaay gae nre
L ..nod line on his reserve material
Und many t f (he u rRsters who wsrm j
I the incline, rhowed up well alter im
I new wore cf. Lawrence. Havel,
I Fletcher. Johnson, Henderson,
IU....I..I..H nmt Ptoneorenkor all h-.d n
chance to ahew up and perforn
i Kimi.oMtr i f the team weri In-er.s-
ie,i Bi the delay In starting and Jo.-'ar-
-. -Ml Mason
. . . rel Everett
Davi" lhr P.ennett
Terjeson rhl Cockburn
Kremer ftj Cramer
Referee filen Dudley ,
Spoil Your Trip
Your summer vacation includes a
motor trip, of course. . Possibly the tire
trouble experienced last year, damp
ens the joy of planning this summer's
THE GATES HALF SOLES
Eradicates Tire Trouble.
Gertson & Marty
639 Cottonwood Street Phone 595
HIGH M'FFY SIGNED
IK).TOX, Nov. . (A. P.) Hugh
Duffy, former Boston National outfield
star, was announced today as the new
manager of the Red Sox, succeeding
Ed Barrow, who resigned to become
business manager of the Xew York
Americans. ' I
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CHRISTMAS may seeni a long way off but we
are already making pictures to be used as Christmas
Aune Wheeler Studio
222E.Alta . Phone 533
is just around the cor
ner. Have you filled
your coal bin? If not,
don't delay any longer.
The time was never bet
ter than right now.
Holdman Auto Co.
Storage, $3.50 to $7.50 a month
PAIGE AND OAKLAND CARS
0. E. Il AUTO CO.
722 Cottonwood Street
Dead Storage $3.50 Month.
We do repairing-.
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