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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1920.
m-JTOu o cay u
T TO BATTLE FOR
. STATE CHAMPIONSHIP,
Like Pendleton High, Garden
City Squad Stand at Top of
East Side Schools; No Op
ponent for Locals Signed.
While Pendleton high school li lay.
tut claim to the football championship
of Eastern Oregon, He nelghtopre. Wal
la Walla high achool, are puttlng'forlh
a almllar claim In .Washington. The
Wa-Hl claim la validated, the Garden
City ecrlbea aay, because of the fact
that player used by both high schools
In Spokane have' been ruled Ineligible
and are thua deprleved of the right to
battle for the atate title.
Pendleton haa advanced a claim for
the right to compete for the Oregon
champlonahlp, but thua far no oppon
ent haa been obtained. Washington
high of Portland, which haa trammed
everything interacholaatlc In the Rom
City, declined a post -season game with
the locale. Inetead, their squad will
Journey to Anaconda, Montana, for a
game on Thanksgiving with Hollls
Iswt to Ijewtft dark
Walla Walla loet to Lewis A Clark
high, of ftpokane, 7 to 0, and tied with
North Central 1 to 7. Both games
have been thrown out of the count for
earn aide honora, because of eligibility
rulings, however, Walla Walla save.
Hap Miller's Vancouver team, win
ners on the west side of the mountain,
are to be Wa-HI'a opponents In the
atate championship game Thanksgiv
ing day. The former Washington
halfback and captain haa developed a
regular young Doble team In the Co
lumbia river city and has won every
game so far played.
No one western Oregon team has
stood out far ahead of the others so
fur this season and picking a game
with any of them for a state champion
ship contest will be a matter of chance
It la believed here. Pendleton hue thua
far a clean record and granting that In
defeats La flrande. which fell to link
er before Baker lost to Pendleton, will
have won six gamea. Two of these
I have been with Washington teams and
only The Dalles, east of the Cascudeu,
haa not been scheduled. Hood Ktver
scored on The Dulles but was shut out
lYiduy Hume to Do Good
Friday's game with Waltsburg, while
It will have no bearing on Pendletonl.
claim to the championship of Kastorn
Oregon, Is expected to be a hard
fought contest. Coach Hunley realizes
that he will have to drive his men
every Inch of the way in order to win
from the Columbia county huskies.
They combine beef with considerable
playing ability and the fact that they
aspired to meet Everett high stamps
them as hard-boiled.
The Friday contest will not be call
ed until 8:15 and the hoys promise
to be on the ground for the contest as
it Is no small expense to transport a
football team these days even 100
ir.lles. There are striving for whole
hearted support from the town folk
and the brand of football they have
been providing thus far merits patron
use, they believe.
I TUB PAS, Man., Nov. 17 (Us
, Canadian Press) With the advent of
cold weather the Hudson Ilay dog der
by Is sgaln a topic for discussion In the
north country and many suggestion
for"the betterment of the 1921 derby
are being brought forward. The race
which will likely he held early In
March, will be for a purse of 2,r.00 If
a suggestion to Increase It to this sum
Is approved at the annual meeting of
the members of the derby to be held
This purse Is not considered too high
In view of the heavy' expense Incurred
In maintaining and preparing a dog
team for racing. The dogs are ver
expensive, last spring pups selling at
$200 fon five and full grown animals
from 7S to $100 each.
CKXTKIt TO MKET HAIIVAIU)
CAM HRIIXIE; Mass., Nov. 17. (A.
P.) Harvnrd athletic authorities an
nounced last night that Center Col
lege basket ball team would play Har
vard here on March 7 next. Severul
of the members of the football team
which recently played Harvard are on
the Center basket hall spuad.
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You'll Be More Pleased
J ' QUALify SERVICE SANITATION
Prepare for Winter
Lay in a large supply of potatoes and winter ap
ples the price will never be lower the quality will
never be better.
Stocks are complete at this time of the year se
lection is easy. ... ii
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
CHILD FAMILY AT HOME
Is a Gate
"Ufe seems to be Just ons
' disease after another."
Many diseases start from de
cayed and infected teeth. The
mouth is a gate through wh eh
millions of germs enter the
stomach. The teeth and niou h
need constant care to maintain
health. If you don't take time
now to visit the dentist and have
vour teeth looked after, you w.ll
sooner or later have to take time
to be sick.
It costs less to hire a dentist
to-fix your teeth than to hire a
doctor after you get sick.
When vou think of TEETH,
think of PAHKER.
E. R. PARKER
nr. r. fi. Vinson
Dr. Hubert Pat
ton. 155 Maiii Street.
CHICAGO, Nov. 17. -(A. P.) Ail
disputes In professional baseball will
be settled In Chicago, Federal Judiic
Kenefcaw M. Landi said today in replj
to queries as to how he planned to re
tain his position on the bench and still
fnd time to perform his duties as
baseball commissioner, the position to
v.hich he recently was uppolnted by
unanimous action of the two major
"When baseball matters come up,
the participants will come to me hero
in Chicago to plead their cases," said
the judge. "I have nothing to do on
Saturdays and Sundays and federal
court also Is closed during much of thi
baseball season. I'll handle the twr
jobs wltheut any ttroubio I guess my
record for the past 15 years is suffi
cient assurance that I can handle any
thing that comes before me. The per
sons eriticlring me on the grounds that
1 can't handle two Jobs are not afraid
I wont be able to do my work. They
nre afraid that I will."
OF BIG 10 ID HUE
CIUCAOO, Nov. 17. (A. P.) Ohle
State stands at the top of the West
ern conference football elevens but
must defeat Illinois next Saturday In
order to have an undisputed clulm to
the championship for a defeat by the
Illini would leave the race In a scram
ble, with possibly three tennis claiming
Victory for Ohio Stale next Sntur
ny would leave the Buckeyes t lie unl
undefeated team. A defeat, however,
and victory for Wisconsin over Chicago
would give Illinois, Wisconsin and
Ohio State a record of four games won
ind one defeat each and an equal
claim l the championship.
I.OS AN'GI.I.KN MAX CHOSKX
l,OS ANUKI.KS. Nov. 1?. (A. P.)
Hubert S. Weaver last night elected
president of the A. A. U. at New Or
leans, huse been president of .. the
Southern Pacific branch of the or
ganization for four years. He Is 38
yturs old and him been a memlier if
the A. A. I". for 16 years.
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We will sacrifice our entire stock of Re
public Tires and Tubes at the Lowest
Prices ever offered in Pendleton.
Simpson Tire .Service Co.
Next to Golden Rule Hotel
a . a si
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. '
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.
' MONTCLAXR, N. J. This charming group picture of the family
t Richard Washburn Child, noted writer and lawyer who may bn
President-elect Harding's private secretary, was made at the Child
home In Montiuir. The children are Anne, aged 2 1-2 yoa-s. ar.i
Laby Constance. months old. Child was a correspondent with the
Russian army during the war. later becoming assistant to Fraci
Yatttlly In the U. b. War Savtn Department.
MAItTlX ADOS AXOTIIi:it ,
BOSTON. Nov. 17. (A. P.) Bob
Martin, heavyweight champion of the
American expeditionary forces, knock
ed out Bandsman Hlce, holder of the
1-rltiBh army heavyweight title, In the
second of a scheduled lfl-round bom
KXTKIt HAItniXti StJl'ASlf
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 17. (A. T.)
"Harding siuash is a new name
on the produce market here, laical
dialers, following the election of Sen
ator Hnrdlng, renamed Pike's Peak
sounsh In honor of the President
xic.ht sniooi-s ixm unowx-rrs
HONOU'l.r, T. H.. Nov. 17. (A.
P.) Nine neighborhood night schools
for grown-ups have been opened in
the city with Filipino, Chinese, Jap
lanese and Korean Interpreters assist -.Mm
the American teachers.
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