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RESTS BETWEEN TWO
State Univerity and' Leland
I- Stanford Alone Are Unbeat.
en and Will Settle Honors in
Game Noyeraber 20.
BAN FnANOlSCO. Nov. . (A. P.)
For the flmt time In western foot
ball history, California' annual "big
cams oeiween manrnrd and Berke
ley this year, authorities Hay Mil decide
the Pacific coast championship. The
.game will he played at Berkeley Nov.
3 Vlctorlee Saturday of California over
Washington State and Stanford over
h University of Washington, put the
wo California achoola In the lead with
aha O. A. C. third.
V The unofficial conference standing
W. L. Pet.
University ef Cal. ..
Stanford University ,
Oregon Ad. College
University of Orecon
.2 0 li)u
.! 0 1000
. 1 I .EDO
o i .ooo
Washington State 0
University of Wash 0
The conference schedule calls for
four more games, Stanford vs. Cali
fornia; Oregon vs. Oregon Aggies;
Washington vs. Oregon and Wash
ington state va. the O. A. C.
Title to Go South
When they are played the winner
of the Berkeley game will have three
wlna and no defeat with 1000. while
the Oregon Aggies, If they win their
remaining games, will have three wins.
One defeat and .780 percentage.
V Generally the team winning the con
ference title t Invited to represent the
west against ah eastern team at Pasa
dena, Calif., New Tear'a day. This
year if California wins the Stanford
game. Its right to play at Pasadena
probably will be challenged by the
university of Southern California,
providing the latter wins Its Thanks
giving Day game against Oregon. The
southern team, a strong non-eonfer-encece
eleven, defeated Stanford early
In the season.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Better look at those fine potatoes for $1.75 per
iack. Another car due Saturday.
Best winter appless, including Winesap, Rome
Beauties, Red Cheek Pippins, Yellow Newtown..
White and Blue Winter Parmafns all for only $1.75
Pendleton Trading Co.
Phon 455 "
ult It's on the Market We Have It"
"Wt are all
, faott of us bave a different way
of doing It" Palnleu Pirkef.
Doing foolish things seems to
be human nature. Some cat too
much; others sleep too much, or
spend too much on clothes, or
net mad too easily, or go into
debt, and a dozen other things.
Neglect of the teeth is perhaps
the most foolish practice of all.
for neglect means infection and
decay, which in turn mean sick
ness and disease.
? Wise people show wisdom by
Constantly caring for their teeth
and letting a good dentist help
When yon think of TEETH,
think of PARKER. .
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THE WORLD'S CHAMPION DRINKER!
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BERLIN Twenty-eeveo pints of water, followed by a cnaser
I consisting of an aquarium of flsb and frog, la the modest gastro
I nomlc feat of Olrobollo, the "human shar!s." now fertorming here.
1 Tbe picture ebows Girobolla proving he e Ibt rld'a cuiuplon
California Record Good
California and Stanford, the lead
ing teams, have remarkable records,
California, said to be the best Plue and
Gold evelen In 30 years, has beaten
several western elevens, most of them
by overwhelming scores, and has piled
up a total of 444 points to Its opon-
ents' 14. Stanford sstarted the season
by losing to the Olympic club and U.
3, C. but displayed a reversal of form
in the conference race and won both
Its organization games; besides defeat
ing Bapfa. Clara Cnnlverslty. Critics
cay the success of the California teems
Is unusual because a few years ago
both played rugby, football while the
other members of the conference have
played the American game for years.
foots at time wf
E. R. PARKER
lr. P. V. Orelf
llr. II, (1, Vinson
1M Maiu Street.
DAILY EAST OEEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEOON. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8,
(East Oregonlan Special.)
RIKTH, Nov. I.-Mr. and Mrs. fni
Hannan of Pendleton Friday evening
opened their home to the Rieth young
frlk. A large number was there
among whom.('ere Mr. and Mrs. Crls
tole, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kennedy, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs.
H. U Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. R, J.
Knglish, Mies Simmons, George
.leans kopolls. Miss Perkins, Miss
Max. FredricS Heath, Jean Clark, Gay
tlark, Max ' Livingston. Carl Living
ston, Roscoe Heath. Nykee English,
Charles English. Lillian English, Clar
ence Snyder, Ruth Snyder and William
Ellis. The evening was spent with
gfcmes music and old fashioned qua
drilles. Refreshments were served.
Mrs. J. L. Koork was a Pendleton
ricltor Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Landrane, and
Mrs. Angels were Pendleton visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Pell Roberts were
Pendleton visitors Saturday.
Ruth Ellis was in Pendleton Satur
day. Irene Heebner of The Dalles Is visit
ing her mother In Rieth.
Mrs. H. Grant and daughter. Jean
Clark and Fredrick Heath were Pen
Ueton visitors Saturday.
Ouickly Eased By Penetrating
Hamlin's Wizard Oil
A safe and effective preparation,
to relieve the pains of Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago
is Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It pene
trates quickly, drives out the sore
ness, and limbers up the stiff ach
ing joints and muscles.
Wizard Oil is a good dependable
preparation to have in the medi
cine chest for first aid when the
doctor may be far away. You will
.find almost daily uses for it in cases
of sudden mishaps or accidents
such as sprains, bruises, cuts, burns,
bites and stings. Just as reliable,
too, for earache, toothache and
croup. Always keep it in the house.
Generous sin bottle. ISc.
If rou ar troubled with conatlDation
or tick headache try Hamlin's Wtaard
j.iver wnipa. jusi piaaaanl llttla pink
pllla at drucsilts (or )0c.
attach it to any lamp wH-kct.
With the Simplex Electric
Sunbowl Radiator you ran In
rtantly have the radiant warmth
f the summer aun from any
The Inverted cone-shaped el
tctrlc heating element and Its
generoua sized reflector makes
;hls radiator not only the hot
:est and most cheerful but also
the most economical of them
all. H takes no more current to
operate than your electric Iron
J. L. VAUGHAN
SOO I' Court
MAJOR LEAGUES WILL
CONTROL FOR FUTURE
Lasker Plan or Baseball War is '
Up to Magnates Who Are to
MSet in Chicago; Loyal Five
May Cause Bolt in Banks.
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. Nov. 8. (A. P.)
Whether a wur is to break out In the
major bimeball leaKues or the dove of
peace Is to continue to soar above the
profcftHlonal ranks of the national
jgame probably will be decided here
loaay in separate meetings or tne two
factions in the proposed reorganiza
tions of baseball. ,
Sunday preliminary conferences
were held by 'both sides. President
Pan Johnson of the American Ieagf
met with Clarke Griffith of the Waxh
IriKton club and Connie Mack of the
Philadelphia Americans, tha other
three members of what Johnson termx
the "loyal five" failing to appear.
They are expected to be hero, how
ever, for the league meeting which
Johnron has called. Meet1 a few
blocks away with John Heyifler, pres
ident the National league were 13
representatives of National league
clubs. Today they hold another
Nationals Want Change. I
It was known that methods of a vert -
ling a war were discussed toy the Na
tional Leaguers, but there apparently
I was no let-up in their determination
to force reorganization of the game or
else to. form a new 12 club league
without the five American League
clubs, which, with President Johnson,
have so far failed to approve the Lask
er plan which is fostered by the Na
President Heydler said ' after the
ncetlng that the situation was "the
same now as when the 11 clubs signed
their agreemertt to form a. 12-club
league If the other five American
League clubs did not Join In the reor
"The door Is open," he said, "to the '
five American league clubs. If they
want to join our meeting Monday, we
shall be glad to have them. -Any ac
tion at that meeting will be decided
by a majority vote and we shall stand
by such action to the end. It's either
a case of the American leaguers Join
ing us or forcing us to form a new
Conference Itexult Secret.
Mr. Griffith and Ben Shibe of the
Philadelphia American League club,
conferred with Heydler after the meet
ing. They are part of Johnson's "loy
al five" but wquld not say what they
Mr. Heydler last night said that
while most of the major league owners
would attend the meeting of minor
league clubs in Kansas City Tuesday,
any action, by the minor leagues
would have no bearing on the plans of
the 11 clubs which took the first steps
Besides the special conferences Sun
day, the major league magnates nlso
conferred with numerous minor
league presidents and managers en
route to Kansas City.
BIG TEN HONORS' REST
CHICAGO. Nov. 8. (A. P.) Foot
ball history has repeated Itself In the
western conference this year for Illi
nois, last year's champion and Ohio
State 191S runner tip, are fighting It
out anain in the final games of the
year for the 1920 Big Ten honors.
Each team is undefeated and Just ai
in 1919. the battle between the two
scheduled for a week from Saturday,
will decide the conference title.
Illinois Is slight favorite for the title
through a peculiar arrangement In
schedules which considered at the
start of the season as a handicap, may
developed into somewhat or an advan
Illirois, playing two more games
Wisconsin next Saturday and Ohio
State the following week, must win
only from Ohio to capture the title,
while Ohio's chances depend entirely
cn the game with Illinois. If the
Illlnl lose to Wisconsin, and then de
feat Ohio, they will stand at the head
of the conference with five victories
and one defeat, while Ohio would have
a standing of four and one.
In the matter of playing ability
there Is no choice between Illinois and
Ohio State on the basis of comparative
scores. Each has won Its big games
by some fortunate break In the game.
HELD BAD PRECEDENT
WSAHINGTON, Nov. S A. Y.
President Wilson Is said to have no In
tention of pardoning Eugene V. Dobs
serving a 10 year sentence In the At
lanta prison for violation of the
espionsge art. He Is said to believe
Mien clemency wouia set a uaa prece-
BERKELEY. Calif., Nov. 8. A. P.)
William Tilden, Jr.. Philadelphia,
world tennis champion, defeated W11-
I Ham Johnston. San Francisco, former
world champion. 11-9 in one set of a
scheduled match here Sunday. Rain
prevented the remaining sets. Tilden
and Johnston are members of the
American Davis cup team here en
rouie 10 Ausirana.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. (L P.)
Fears are entertained for the safety
of two Americans at Urga, the capital
of outer Mongolia, which has been at
tacked by armed Russians. Burials'
and Mongols, the state department an
nounced. The Americans are Mills,
en engineer and McLaughlin an em
ploye of the Mongolian Trade Com
pany. The United States legation at
Peking has made urgent representa
tion's to the Chinese government to af
ford every possible protection. Chin
ese soldiers are reported to be looting
Russian residences in Crga. Tele
graph lines are cut and all communi
cations with the town stopped.
COOLNESS IS PIVKItTKI).
PARIS, Nov. 8. (A. P.) Coolness
between the British and French gov
ernments over divergent views to re
lieve the German reparations was dis
slpated hy a note from the Fritis'i
government delivered to the French
office By the Earl of Derby, the Brit
ish ambassador, last nltiht.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8 Secretary j
of State Colby today announced the j
state department had started an in-'
vestlgation of the recent deportaion
from England or E. J. Closello.i man-'
nsrln" the federated Press. I
How can you expect to be 100
efficient during the day when
you he awake half the night coughing?
I ou muit heve relief and to-tuoaiely u ia
Foley's Honey and Tar
uppliei it. The curative influence of
h:i eay-to-take and absolutely pure
II will do the tame tor mu.
C. F. Sumatra. Hollrt, wrl fl,
Mjco wo M kd I could hrdi Im
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LIVES OF AMERICANS , 5
AT URGA THREATENED ln ; B
- lh nk'i.ii.
Checked up our old dormitory pal "Snapper"
, Teebo this morning waiting on an appointment
down Peachtree St. "Snap wanted to know a
bookfull about my visit to the Camel factories.
"Tell us old apple seed," says "Snapper", "you're
on the inside"! "Snap" still has that mighty
annoying way of saying, "But that doesn't sur
prise me." . '
Anyhow when I explained about the miflions
of Camels R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. made daily '
what does the old bird sputter but: "Why, Shorty,
they'd have to make that many to supply the de- '
mand! Camels have the quality smokers want I
And, they have the most wonderful mellow mild
body and the most refreshing flavor ever created
in a cigarette! Of course they make Camels by
millions; of course they puy enough revenue
stamps from Uncle Sam every day to build a
duplicate of the Winston-Salem post office! Why
not? Smokers everywhere will have Camels!"
But, "Snap" finally got to spilling some real
nobby Camel selling stuff ! "Shorty," says he,
"I want to put it on record that in all the times
I've pulled Camels out of my pocket to supply
. 1 1 . T - , 1 I
someooay s snonage i ve neara enougn goouv
things said about 'em to fill a volume! That's '
i i. tr i j r..i : KN
; .diacis die a wuuuciiui i.igdiciic
: c i
JL.1KC gelling liluiicy Alum iiuujc, civ,
"And, Shorty, what's the answer? Why
twameis oiena oi cnoice i urmsn ana cnuite
Domestic tobaccos meets the universal taste 1
And that's the 'hole' story, old golf ball"!
Pete, you pet phonograph, did you ever
hear a better record?
TOO WEAK TO
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Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
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If you have the slightest doubt that
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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
ers likewise. . t 4
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.
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