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DAILY EAST OREGOWIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1920.
InTbicK we double-
Amateur Athletic Union Fixes
Status of Persons Taking
Part : in Contests With
Awards, Coaching for Pay.
NEW Oni-KANH, Nov. Id. (A. P.)
The namri of three t n ml Ida ten hud
been announced taut night In I he con
tent for president of the Amateur Alh
lrllo union In annual bwhIhii here.
The lecellon will be' held Tuewlny.
Those In the race are Kobert H. Wea
ver, Lor Angeles; Herman Ohertim-'
tesnlng, New York, and Hurry V. Fits
Patrick, New Orleans. The name of
, William & Haddock, Pittsburgh, also
has been mentioned.
' Hharp dlecusalon preceded the ndop.
tlon of the reeommenflation of Chair
man Bartow 8. Week of the leaiida-
tlon committee, that army and navy
' athletes be permitted to compete under
amateur athletic union auspices with
out registration. The amendment car
ried with it a requirement that service
men be registered by the army and
navy to Insure their amateur stand
The convention added a clause to
the amateur rule providing that par
ticipation In any compensation or
ward contest aa an official would
Impair amateur standing, it also de
cided to leave to local associations the
determination of the question involved
In the proposal to extend to high
school players the summer baseball
rule applying now to college men.
FORMER COAST PLAYER '
LOST AT LAKE CHELAN
SRATTLB. Nov. 18 (A. P.) Jim
my Miller, former Pacific coast league
ball player, has been missing for two
days in the mountains on Coyote creek,
15 miles from Lake Chefan, and about
65 miles north of Wenatchee accord
ing to advices received here last
night. Miller avent hunting with Ed
Connora of Chelan and when he failed "
to return a searching party was or
canlxed. No trace of him hud been
found late Monday.
NEW YORK, Nov. (By Henry
U Farrell, U. I'. Waff Correspondent.)
Stan Coveleskle. Cleveland's star
Pole pitcher, had Just batted his wuy
through a wild crowd of Jubilant funs
Into the club house.
He had Juxt won his third game of
the world's series and pitched the In
dians Into their first world's cham
pionship. The fans were acclaiming him the
"greatest of the great."
A fan roue from a sent back of the.
press box, stretched and suld rather
"Well, Cov, tney oughta give you a
Wg hand. It's your last game."
It's true. Coveleskle 1 s through.
He'll never pitch another game like
that. Neither will liiirlelgh Orlmes,
king of the National League hurlers
and another star of the series.
They are through unless the major
leagues reverse their ruling abolishing
the spit-bull this year.
When freak deliveries were pnt on.
(fr the ban luat winter, the moguls
gave the spit-baller pitchers a season
to develop other deliveries. (
Coveleskle tried early In the season
to get along without the "spltter," but
he was unsuccessful. He wasn't ef
fective with a curve ball and was forc
ed to go hack to hla forte.
Urban Khocker of the Browns and
Jack Qulnn, of the Yankees are In the
Hill Iiak, of the Cards, Filllnglm,
of the Braves and Phil Douglas of the
Giants will have to go along with
Orlmes in the National league, if the
rule la not revoked.
i Rather than lose such valuable
pitchers, It seema prohthle that the
club owners will seek to have the rule
President Heydler, of the National
League, has maintained that there
isn't a chance to save the "spit-ball-ers."
During the last season campaign was
conducted among the players to have
the rule changed.
It was suggested to bar newcomers
with the "spltter," but to permit those
pitchers now using the moist delivery
to continue it until their career ends.
One club owner In each league Is
said to be ready to come to the aid of
the "spltters" at the winter meeting
of the maajor leagues.
cross a master
Promoters of International
Championship Boxing Bout
Get Wapers in New York
and Will Stage Other Fights.
vi.-w vonK. Nov. 16. (A. P.)
Tex Klckard, Charles Cochran of Lon
don, ond William A. HMdy, co-pro-mi.
tern of the DempHcy-Carpenller
championship boxing contest, has com
bined their interests In staxlng bouts
In this country. It whs learned today,
through the granting of a 'charter at
Albany today to the "Dempxey-Car-ptntlcr
The three promoters are the only
directors, of the corporation, which
will hold contexts under the name of
the "American Sporting Club," a rep-1
Mr. Hlckard declared.
Mr. Cochran, It is understood will look
,.fi,.r ihe lOiiruocun interests of the
corporation, In inducing foreign pugil
ists to come to this coinitn.
( upiiul is Jtio.win
ALBANY: N. Y.. Nov. 1(1. (A. P.)
The Dempsey-Carpentler Contest Com
pany of New York was grunted a char
ter by the secretary of fciute Monday.
.Subscribers to the eatiltal stock are
Kilbnurn Cordon, Martin Turner and
Nathnn Vldaver, all of New York City.
The nrgunlxutinn l capitalized for
tin nan Aet-nrriini- to the certificate
.' ' ., ,.f the I
oi incorpomiiun iu- w.'j.
corporation are to organize, control
and promote boxing exnumions ana
.mi. un,l also exercise disciplinary
authority in connection with such con
SECOND TEAM ROMPS
ATTACK 6ALVATIOY AHMY
TOKIO, Nov. A. P.) Antl-
Chrlstlan mobs twice broke up the
Saltation Army Jubilee celebration
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MIf It's on the Market We Have It"
Pendleton's Scrubs Take 13-7
Win From Reclamation Boys
in Saturday Contest on
Grounds at West End Town.
Pendleton high school's second
team proved maulers of tho situation
in a close football game ut Hermis
ton Saturday and won. 13 to 7. The
locul lads were tuken to the west end
n charge of Harold Goedecke, tackle
Ben Slinonton, playing one of the
halves for the scrubs, made consist
ent gains with the ball and was re
iponnlhle for the flrxt score. He al
ternated with Charlc Snyder and
Stonebreaker lii advancing the pig
skin against the Hermlston line.
...... . D a..i.e,i in the first unr-
tcr and the winning score for Pendle
ton was put over In mo secoo.i
... ii.v, loumx hnttled back and
forth in the second half without any
score. nlthouBh the Pendleton imcM
f,.niientlv advanced tne oan
their heavier opponents to within
ahootlng distance. , . .
Alternate Earns me imm-m
second quarter put the ball close
enough for Stonebreaker to buck it
over the line. Hal ton kicked goal
after the first touchdown but failed on
I'ntil Byron Warner. nuimucK. -
removed from the. gume on account of
being knocked out, no first string men
nlaved. Charley Cahlll. flrxt team
..-.l hn.t tn be substituted at halfback
on 'account of there being only 11
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mil very (llfflciilt.
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with his memory s well as his
voice. Joseph knows 100.000
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of a customer. He htlds out Mje
paper each man wants, too. He
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What paper a atrange buyer
TALK ABOUT dime oovels, IT LOOKED like easy coin.
THEY 8CNT Jim down. BUT JIM got wise.
TO TEXA8 to investigate, AND THREW away hli coda.
80ME OIL wells there. AND WHEN be sent,
WHICH THEY might buy, THE FINAL dope.
IF JIM said O. K. HE FOILED the villain.
AND HE was to report THE ME88AGE just said.
BY WIRE In secret code. "CHESTERFIELD."
NOW ENTER the villain. AND HI8 directors knew,
A SLIPPERY cro. THAT ALL was well.
GOT WIND of It WITH TH08E oil wen.
AND TRAILED Jim down, FOR OIL men know.
COPIED OFF his code. THAT "CHESTERFIELD" means.
AND BRIBED a boob. "THEY 8ATI6FY."
IN THE telegraph branch.
80 THE crook could get, -fromx know youVe "struck it
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A wonderful blend the pick of Tur-
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AND WORK a hold-up. that's why "they satisfy." And the
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f) ; CIGAllETTfiS
scrubs along. Later in the game
Lawrence Warner, also a first team
end, played quarterback. They did
not figure In the scoring.
The luda from the alfalfa country
were heavier than the locals but lack
ed the science which work under Han
ley has given the Pendleton lads. It
was the only full game for the scrubs
and they returned home elated at
winning for "Coach" Goedecke.
The Pendleton squad started the
game as follows: Knds. MeCulley ana
Henderson; tackles, iieicner uim
Lalng: guards, Johnson and Hatlon:
center, Ijiwrence; quarterback, Sny
der: halfbacks, It. Warner and Slm
onton; fullback, Stonebreaker.
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WASHINGTON', Nov. 16. (A. P.)
Coast guard seaplanes at MoreheaJ
City, North Carolina, were ordered t.-
day to search for the American steam
er Makanda, d'saMed- soutnwesi oi
the Cape lookout lightship.
HAZING STUNTS LEAD
AX-CAPOLIS, Md., Xov. 16. (A. P .)
Refusing to accept a compromise
agreement offered by the board of St.
J ,hns College felative to hazing, the
sol homorc class wnlked out In a body
M- nday. followed ly .tuniors, seniors
nnil trresbroan shorn "fin I" all.
THE BORAX SOFTENS THE WATER
AND WHITENS THE CLOTHES.
THE SOAP HELPS TO CUT
THE GREASE AND DIRT.
"It's the Borax in the Soap;
that Does the Work"'
BORSX SOAP CHIPS
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