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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1920.
.J Ll . ; , 7(3PCSEMl-WEEKLYLv
Victory of Lemon-Yellow Over
; Purple and Gold Saturday
Was Decisive and Earned;
Aggie Contest Holds Lirae-
; light, . ; ; . ;
Old Hcorca were evened fla'.irn'ny
Afternoon whun the I'lilvM-slty of Ore
gon football machlnn look its tlmo
honorcd rival, the I'nlvnraUy of Wdh
hiKton, down the line 17 tu 0 at Ku
Jione. It wai a large day for the wear
era of the lemon-yellow Htid their vic
tory over the Seuttlo eleven was de
The Individual work of 11111 flteent
In this game reminded of the football
of I're-war day. Slimle hundrd he
carried or booted the olKHkln to every
one of the 17 marker noored by hltt
team. He wa given wonderful hhnIhi
nnrsj hy the OrcKon line In Piienlnx
holes and by hla fellow back In run-1
rdnsr Interference. Hut the fact rv
malna that only a man of Hirer' call-1
ber would have taken the advantage j
he dd of the openings preHented. j
Kvriw Count of Yearn
Oreuon'a victory even the count of
vlctorle by the two teumx In the re
cnt century. Each hua won and lovi
Heven (amen and tied two. Not aince
117 haa WaxhinKton had a look in.
The laat greut game between Oregon
and W'UwhlnKton waa a 0-0 tic at Eu
gene In 1916, Doblc.'n last year.
Washington State College, playing
at home, managed to put over four
tourhodwns on the (. A. C. eleven and
win 28 to 0. Both teama played with
patched llne-upa but the advantage lay
with Qua Welch's boya and they made
the heat of It. Aa a result of their
victory Haturday the orlniFon and gray
claim the champtonxhlp of the north-
went and there la none to dispute them
the annual truglo between Oregon;
iiu ine nggiea next Kiiiurduy ut Cor
vallln. On recorda thla muaon the Ore
gon team would appear to have an
edge on the Aggies, although the only
team which have met ia the University
of Washington. The Aggies lioul
Washington by a. field goal, nhil(
Oregon's victory consisted of two
touchdowns and one field goal. ,
Htanford is the only' team met by
Oregon which has conquered. The I
cardinals won 10 t 0 from Oregon and
3 to 0 from Washington and then Ore- j
fcon put over two touchdowns on the
Washington team. The dope la hard, I
ut beat, to figure. i
Homo Teams llmo Advantage
If tho outcome of next Saturday's
KHiuo hinges upon the place of play,
the advantage is with the Aggies.
Only two teams have succeeded In
winning away from their home
grounds this season in the count con
ference. Stanford won at Seattle, and
California ut Corvallls. The only gunie
W. s. C. lost was on the Iterkeley field
and Oregon's only loss waa at Pul)
Corvallls has lis homecoming this
week end apd will struggle to the
limit to make good for Its gradw. Ore
gon curries a Jinx for the Aggies, how
ever, that is bard for the cow college
to break. Setting aalile the Jinx the
two teams of the ftite appear to be
more nearly fit to meet each other In
a tl.-thl battle than for a long time.
CHH.'A,, Nov. IT,. (A. !' Ohio
f'tule stands at the top of the west
ern conference elevens, but must de
feat Illinois next Saturday In order to
have an undisputed claim tu the cham
pionship, for a defeat by the Illlnl
would leave the race In a scramble,
with possibly three teams claiming
Victory for Ohio State next Saturday
would leave the Ituckeyes the only un-
iVfeated team. A victory, however, for !
Wisconsin over Chicago would give
for thitv huv'a nlufriit tln.lr fintil t,,,, ' Illinois. Wisconsin and Ohio State a
In this section. I record of four games won and one de-
With the two Interstate games outlfoit each, and an enual claim to the j
of the way. Interest will now turn to championship.
Howdy from New Orleans, PETE!
Say, old clock, you've got the time maybe you'd
like to hear this one! As we were rolling into New
Orleans yesterday one of the men iri the club car
was recounting his cigarette experiences; how he
finally pulled a trick on his luck and got set right!
"Well, I've had my cigarette lesson", continued
the traveller, "I went up and' down the line on
cigarettes until I got hold of Camels and got deep
into their quality and mildness and delightful
flavor! There never was a blend such as Camels
combination of choice Turkish and choice Domes
tic tobaccos! I'll say it Camels taught me what a
cigarette should be and they'll teach any man who
smokes!" Thinks I to myself "Sic 'em, judge,
every word you spill is a sentence!"
Now, Pete, that's the kind of Camel thanks
giving stuff you get North, East, South, West and
through the middle! That's all as true as that little
sheep will wag their tails! .
I did some tall thinking as I browsed through
the quaint old French quarter this evening
how universal the appeal of Camel ciga
rettes really is! Figure the travelling I've
done and the people I've met each city
different from the other AND Camels
have been the ONE cigarette to be found
everywhere and the cigarette most
smoked at each point! Pete, old backstop,
it's wonderful the way smokers are sliding
i home to Camels!
Dallas, Texas, for me !
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As the Market Changes
We Inform You
Whenever prices drop or are to raise, we always
protect our customers it will pay you to follow our
Pendleton Trading Co.
"Kit's on the Market Wc Have If
THOUSANDS PETITION FOR DOOMED DOG
Limited No. 17 & 18
To Be Restored
v ' BY THE
Union Pacific System
on Sunday. November 14th. Jsrf. as a through .olid train Between
1'ortlantl and Chicago, without Change In 72 Hours.
Composite Observation Car. Standard and Tourist Weeping Ca .nd
Uinlng t ar Service. Portland to Chicago and C hicago to 1 ortland.
also ISarber and Valet Service on Nos. 1. and IS.
Continental Limited on No. i and 19 Wetwecn Portland and Omaha.
Standard and Tourist Sleeper, Portland and Chicago Portland and
Kansas City and Denver, Uiniu? Car Service, Chair Cars.
No 23 and 24 Between Potland and Salt Lake, Standard Sleeper,
Portland and Salt Lake, Portia::! and Pendleton and Portland .nd
, La Grande. . . kf , ..... "
Same service as at present Sp.kaiie nd Portland ectpt No. 11
leaves Spokane :15 InsteaU of p. m.
So 23 for Portland Leaves Pendleton 10:30
p. ni.. carries Pendleton to JortiaiHl
No. 4 for Chicago leaves Pendleton 12:20
H. l"for Portland Leaves Pendleton 1:28
No. 24 for Salt Lake Leaves Pendleton 7:13
a. in. ,
No. 11 for Portland Leaves Pendleton 12:2a
So. 18 for Chlcao Leaves Pendleton 4:oO
No. 8 Leave Pqndleton 8 a. ni. Instead of ', :45 a. m.
No. 7 Arrive PeiHlleton 4:4j p. m. iiim !
No cluuige in Nos. 1 and 2.
For further information call on T. V. O'UUIEN, Agent.
W.1L McJIUllLW, O. P. A.
i COU'SinUS, (I., Nov. 11. (A. P.)
A foul ball laundry is the ch,'mo devis
c'd by A W. St. John, athletic director
of Ohio State university, to combat
ill.e hlKh cost of football. All (lie foot
(''all paraihernalia, which haH motf
'than doubled In cost during the lapt
two or three years, i put tbronyh a
II rocct'ss of oap and 'water, gasoline
itnd other cleansing agents, and the
'result has been. It Is said, to triplt
I the usefulness and life of tho equip
J Shoes tlat formerly cost $t.r, now
fell at $lu, and the $6 grade at $12
wholesule. St. John, with the help
of Trainer Gurncy, goes over the foot
gear, employs a cobbler and sal
;nlvnties enough shoes In the best of
'condition each fall to equip the or
dinary team. v
I The varsity cbxhln j outfit, he points
out, tuny costs $10 new at wbolesalc
1 prices, compared with from $15 to $Ji,
ii few years uuo. ,
Shoes, stocklnss, pants, belts should
er pads and headgear all arc care
fully gone over. Holes are mended
and darned and patched. Ilousuwives
could get a lot of pointers from the
Ruckeye athletic staff on short cuts to
longer wear of duds.
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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
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.
LONDON "Onkie" is the most talked-of dog In ' England.
"Onkle" was in the habit of jumping over the back fence and knock
ing down children. Somebody complained. He was haled before
the police court and sentenced to death. A petition praying for a
pardon signed by over 6000 dog lovers was handed In. But the
sentence was confirmed. Another appeal is now to be carried to the
high court, and, It unsuccessful there, the home secretary will be
Here is a real paint
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than 70a hare trer used
before. Better because it
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ter aa long as it lasts.
But of H, while It eoit
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High Standard has htm
made for 60 years of notk
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will never again use any ctbjat
Ask for booklet and
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AMSTBKDAM, Nov. 13. I A. I'.
The American system of athletic train
ing which culminated in many Ameri
can victories at the Antwerp Olympic
aames is now being subjected through
out Kurope to a great deal of criticism
favorable and unfavorable. While, as 1
an example, there are some members I
o; the Hutch Olympic committee who i
consider Holland should adopt Am- J
erican methods In its universities and 1
athletic clubs, others charge that such I
long Intensive training makes the ath
letes professional nmatcurs. I
At a recent meeting of the com-1
mlttee one speaker went so far as to
ooestion the amateur standing of the
American navy crew which won the'
Olympic eight regatta. He said that
these future American navy officers
had done nothing during their An
napolis four years but row. Kuro-
peuns find it very difficult to under,
stand that American university men
can devote so much time to sports
and still find time for study.
Teal, of Oregon, democrat; Chester
Howell, of California, republican;
Guy liol'f of Wisconsin, republican:
Charles Sutter, of -Missouri, republi
can, and John A. loiuu,l, of Cow
The new appointments make the
political representation of the board
four democrats and three republicans.
Uowell, one of the new iiit-iobers, was
one of tlie California, republicans who
bolted to Oo during the campaign.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15. tl'. I)
President Wilson announced today
! the uppolntment of the fnU member
ship or the I . S. shipping oonru. A11
mlrut ltenson was designated to con
tinue as chairman of the board. Other
appointees are Frederick Thompson,
of Alabama, democrat; Joseph N
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