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J2-CLUB LEAGUE BORN
Ml CLEANED UP
DAILY EAST 0REGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1920.
Federal Judge Landis . Offered i
; Chairmanship of Tribunal
Which Will Have Charge of
- Majort Under Lasker Plan.
oiling that they could either como
over and take part In the meeting,
which would he governed by a ma
jority vote, or a new league would bo
formed. Falling to hoar from the flvo
American league clubs, the i,ih,.r
clubs went ahead with Iheir announc
The five cIiiIm which Mood In- .lolin. I
on In the fight are Washington, Phil.
udcliilH. Cleveland. Detroit and St.
I.ouls. They maintained that the now
Ifl.friia -f .. ..
..uu.u nuve ii" biiihh on mein.
Old l,nguo Will Continue
"We are the majority of the Amor
lean league and consequently are the
American league," (lark O rim in of
the Washington club said. -'The Am
erlcan league will operate this vcar
TAKE MORNING TRAIN
CHICAGO, Nov. (A. I1.) The
major league Monday were broken up
and a new 12-club league composed. of
...in auonai league L'lubt and the
mree irom the .American League,
which Jiava sided with them in the
plans for reorganisation of the game
was organized. A twelfth member
will be chosen. later. It' was announced.
(Organisation of the new league came
fter the five American League clubs
Had refused to reply to an ultimatum
iMtim by the other 11 clubs giving
them sn hour and a half to Join In he
After organising' the baseball m3g
nates proceeded with the Lasker plan
for civilian' control of professional
baseball and appointed Judge K. M.
Landis of Chicago chairman of the
tribunal whloh will govern the game.
Carries (UO.OOO Salary
Judge Landis, if he accepts the posi
tion, will be the supreme dlctutor of
oil leagues joining- the plan and will
receive a salary of 60,onu a year.
Hecond and yilrd members of the
tribunal will be appointed later and
fe of them will be chosen by she
minor leagues Itepresentatlves of the
iiaw league left Ian night for Kansas
Clly where the National Association
of, Minor Leagues meets today to pre
sent the proposition to them.
The minor league member wmiii
i.etve for six years while' Judge 'Landis
would be given a conlrsct' for seven
year, according to a statement made
after the meeting by the clubowners,
f; Minor lioagmw Keferrotl to '
,The plans for the new league arid a
naw controlling body contain rreatient
reference to the minor leagues, which lienor than till one. I'm for It
.with or without the Chicago, New y0rk
jand Boston Clubs."
Previous1 t'i Monday's. uotVm mem
hers of Johnson's "solid five" had de
clared mat the throe American leamie
clubs would not be able to take their
players Into the new league, maintain
ing that the players on a club belong
ed to the league under contracts pre.
viouHly made. This factor, thev mibl
would give the five remaining Amor-
win league ciuos additional strength
.ind enable them to proceed with or
ganisation of a new American league.
Individual clu: owners said they would
"fight to the Ia court," before allow
ing any player to be taken over bv. the
Itan Johnson IMsllbcd
Luck of a chairman for the national
ccmmlHslon for many months, the
oarcnall scandal and the enmity of the
three American league chit's for Ban
Johnson were contributory causes to
the formation of the league. The
three clubs Joining In the plan have
opposed Johnson In league affairs for'
ears and nearly disrupted the league!
High School Football Squad is
in Shape to Meet' Dewey
Proteges in Battle for East
ern Oregon Honors.
fenil li.tiin hiifh Htahrml'M i-hfi niiiinn
ship chasing football team will lake.
train toinoirow morning for Baker,
where on Thursday afternoon they
will meet the Paker high school team
In the game which Is expected to go a
long way.tr ward deciding the gridiron
supremacy of (his section. Coach Dick
Hanley will take Id or 20 men, all who
have turned out faithfully throughout
The local boys will reach Paler
carl " in the afternoon and will have a
workout on the slrange field tomor
row. Conch Hnnlty expects to got his
men loosened up before the game and
plans to turn loose his strongest lineup
agalmt Ad Dewey's eleven.
Pendleton does no: leave here with
vision, of n glowing victory. It will be
all that the local boys can do to hold
their own against Baker, the coach
raid today. He is not given to tellii.g
near stories, either.
Kqiiad In Ciood Sliaiw.
Th local bunch came out of the
game against Millon on Friday with
out much marking and every one of
tho young athletes is in good trim.
last yesr. Thev charged Johnson with 7,18 li,,,,ul " Thursday will be about
being the "csar of baseball", while tho. a" nltn openea ,ne
clubs friendly to him countered lih "easi.n ami Is considered the strongest
el-arses that, the unloosed rnrni,.. l,,e hih school t an put In the field.
tlon was merely a plan to depose
are given assurance that thev will nht
oa overlooked In administration of the ! help make baseball worthy of the
rty of tho Pacific
Coast league said the plans for a tri
bunal In charge of baseball "were
"I can't speak for all the minor lea
gues." he said, "but I know they will
be for -whatever is best for baseball and
I don't see how any plan could be
I'll 3o everything In my power to
game and that their territory will not
og invaded in selectln the twelfth
member of the new league. '
Emissaries from the Johnson canto
conferred with the clubowners at the
Jclnt session, of eight 'National and
thre American league lIuIw but with
out result. , ' , ' ' - ' "
-At ?: p. m, inJMtnaewioit iswa Landla would twelve 14
an ultimatum to in' Jnhhson olulut venr than he gets now.
name It has borne all these years, but
I Just can't decide such a big thing
nisht away," said Judire Kennesaw
Mountain Landis, when offered the
chairmanship of the new baseball tri
bunal. "The proposed plan should be
a great thing for the game."
As chairman of the tribunal Judge
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Nice, Ripe, Deliciou Berries, per quart 25c
POTATOES AND APPLES
Lay in a supply while the low prices prevail.
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's ton the Market VVc Have It" '
Holdman Auto Co.
Storage, $3.50 to $7.50 a month
PAIGE AND OAKLAND CARS
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722 Cottonwood Street Phone 46
Dead Storage $3.50 Month.
We do repairing.
Myron Hanley will start the game
at oiiarlerliacU and call the signals. At
halfback positions the coach probably
will start Kenneth Stendal and Jens
Terjeson. Perry Davis will hold down
fulback. Snyder. Simonton and b'tone-
brcaker arc back field subs who will I
o along wlih the team. !
Kennedy will pass the siprals from!
center. On either side of him will be!
Bill Kramer and Lee Temple guards, j
The tackles w ill be handled by Harold
Joedocke m J Koger. Charley Cahll j
end Lawroi.ee Warner dre pl'.ylng tile
ends. Four or five sub llnenu will
make the trip as well.
UN t.nnu' Cut of Town. j
. Thursday's game will be the first
contest for the local boys on a svraniie j
ground this season and their showing '.
before a hostile audience will have !
more than average bearing on their'
work. They have taken four straight I
Same on the Itx-ul ffehl nmt nro lip. 'i
lievsd by many hire the equal of any;
hi,;h school football eleven in the state, j
The result of the Uakr game will give
the optimistic ones a chance to check !
up on their 'predictions.
Baker timmed Curl Lodell's La j
vlranJe hgh school toAivdn La Grande
recently and turned the trick with j
thxcj touch Jo ns. Paker is reputed'
to have A s ar of the first magnitude
in Tunnlcllffe, who can boot the pig-'
skin a mile and also Is a dungerous ;
man with the ball. j.
t 'lasx In I .oca I ni'iip
The genirslslilp of Myron Hanley,
the speed of Kenneth Stendal sod t'
hard hitting, gro-ind -gaininr ai"!tv of
Jens Tergesnn are a match for any
(cam when Pendleton is on offensive,
many local followers contend. On de
fensive there same men back up the
lino In great shape .nd Kramer and
Temple, ilremen, have showed that
they r.re of star caliber
Quite a following of students and
rrlenris of the local teaii" not interest
ed In the homecoming game at Ku
xene, will fallow the boys to I'akor on
Thursuay.l From all indications It is
going to bo a game wor;h going to see.
No special train Could be obtained but
those who ilesiie to see the game can
reach Baker In ample time by going on
No. 6 TlHirduy morning and can re
turn on either No. 5 or No. 19 Friday
morning In time for work.
U. S. GOLF ASSOCIATION
NEW TOItK, Nov. i. (A. P.I
Thonomlnatliig committee of tin
I'nited States Oolf Association an
nounced toda. the ticket of officers
and executive committee for next yeo.r.
These Included he names of Ha ward
F. Whitney, as president, and Robert
A. Glardner, Chicago, as a vice pres
ident. The rest of the ticket follows:
Vice president. J. F. Hyers, Alle
gheny Country Club; secretary, W. D.
anderpool, Morris County tJolf Club,
New Jersey; treasurer,. Mortimer N.
Uuckner, Garden City Golf Club, New
73.000 MAY Sl'.K iMK
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. . (A.
P.) The seating capacity of the Yale
howl frir Ihn Vji le-Harvjirit funlhnll
lusme on Nov. 20 will be 73.000.
Certain foods, those
rich in vitamins,
are more useful
is replete with those
elements that determine
growth and strength.
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itarting Today we will
sacrifice our entire stock of
Republic Tires & Tubes
We have a few Republic Solid Tires
which we will include while they last
impson Tire Service Co.
Next to Golden Rule Hotel 223 East Court Street
POWELL MAY GET INTO
OUiitiON AGP.lCl'LTI'it.VL COL
LKGK. CorvalliS. Nov. . Tho cast
which has Acid "Gap" Powell, giant
fullback, on crutches since the Wash
ington game, has been taken off, but
"Gap" cannot yet play. "Dad" Hotter,
tratner. holds out the forlorn hope
that Powel may jday in the Oregon
game hut before then.
The team rested last week-end in
anticipation of tho battle Willi Wash
ington State November 13. only two
more big games remain the one Just
mentioned, and the, annual struggle
with the sister university.
Hooler has been out of Ihe game
since he received tho face Mow in the
game with the Bears which caused
him to be carried off the field. Sum
mers lias replaced him, and tho rest
of the backfletd has been changed
considerably. Kasbcrgor has been
shifted to full. "Hi" Woods and Har
old McKcani both beltis oc the tick
list this -week. Woods ripped some
thing loose in his shoulder, and I-!is
Mac" has a sprained ankle.
mst of the squad, hi.wever, are re
ported as fteling lit. The entlr team
wi: be in good condition for tho trip
lo Pullman and it is the belief of the
staff that they will .all be in fightng
strength. They leave for Pullman
j Thursday night, accompanied by the
to. a. C. chanters and a bunch of rooters.
! Ialry Itialucc lrxvH '
i From 1'iigct Sound Market.
I SEATTLB. Nov. . Kggs Puget
; Sound select ranch 'Ti'Tt per dosen:
'pullets f.7 per down: eastern Washing
ton, Oregon and Idaho 7c.
j I'utterfat, F. O. It. stations 55c per
pound: raw milk SJ per cwt.; dairy.
I .we per lb.: bakers' 30c
i SAVE VOUlSEU SIf
!by having your Kasr Fur uiaua Into
! FINK FlltS
!at our plaie? At the same time your
old ones remodeled, repaired, cleaned
so they look hka new. At prices that
j are ntht. la
LOS ANGKI.F, Nov. "I. tA. P.I
A report on Its investiganon of charges
of corruption In pacific Coast base
ball league games in 19l may be
made by the county grand jury Wed
nesday, it was stated last night by
Frank W. Stafford, deputy district attorney.
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Write about our doer head contest.
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