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MOyiES COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE
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DAILY EAST OEEGOKIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1920.
HANLEY SQUAD BEATS
Locals Take Advantage of All
Breaks and Score in Each
Period; Terjeson is Big
Ground Gainer But All Play
Klnven ntulwurt youths plnyid foot,
ball HlJ thi way in Kriiluy'H Ramp be
tween I'ciidli'ton hiiiI Waltnliurg hiith
(hoolH and I'ondlelon pinrspd with
an niMicathed record ly h 4 2 to (I ncore
The green nnd. gold Hcorea In every
Period, the firm nnd ceond iirudnrlnn
one ea(jh mid the third nnii fourth two
nun. uuui win kickou uncr every
Honor on offpiiNlvn ro to ( 'n ita In
Jcn TerJeMon and ' Myron Hartley,
whone work throuijlioiit Bclntillii'ted.
Halen. full back for the viU6r, mtne
handed probably marto ux ranch yard
age 1b the local cuiitaln, but Inability
of hlii matea to curry their xhuio of
the burden and fumtdea at critical
momenta ahut them out from worhig
While Pendleton' line crumpled a
bit before the oimlaughtH of the iecdy
190 pound fullback from Wnltaburg.
the boya held their ground nobly
agalnat the men of their clue and on
several occmhIoiik touk the bull on
down. Ilulea wm by no nieana iuvliir.
Iblo and both Kramer and Warner
threw him for more than one lona.
Pendleton kicked off to WnlNhtirg
and u aurlea of runs with Hulua curry
ing the bull put them within 2U yarda
of the goul and going atrong. A crlna
irosH huh exanyed and the ball wbb
dropped. Warner tore In, scooped up
mo oval and run to the 19-yard line
before the wua thrown. Terjeaon ad
vanced the ball nix yurda and Htendul
on the next play, went uroiind end on
a croHK-cidxa to the flint touchdown.
Kramer kicked goal mulling the acore
7 to 0.
Hunlcy tiled a hhort klckoff to lilt!
right end but the bull fell Into the
ai ma of WaltaburgH left tackle.!
waltaburg wua unable to gain imuliixt
the local line and the bull went over
In in Id field . The visitor likewise held
and Hunley punted to within two yardc
ul the goal, offnldo wax culled hot
Pendleton refuaed the penalty and n
wa WaltKhurg'a bull. Jlalcx punted
out to Hanley and he ran it back !fl
yarda before being downed, lvin
tore off a nine yard run to flrat down
an the quarter ended with tiio hall or,
the 23-yard line.
Paw Make Score Pok-IIiIc
Shortly after the quarter oioiid,
Terjeaon paaaed to Plendal for a .gain
of V) yards, the mHlnr halfback being
downed clone to the line. A double
crlaa-croaa waa worker, lmvla to Han
ley to titendal, the big boy going over1
for hla aecond touchdown. Uavia and
Cahlll did Home pretty blocking to
clear the way for their irate. Kramer
aRtiln kicked goal, the bull acraplng .i
peat at It went through to kwcII the to
tal to 14.
Waltsbiirg received the klckoff and
had made irat down twice. Utiles
atarted around Warner's end on the
fourth down. The local lad Miulnned
around Halea' Interference and nailed
the big boy for a cleur loas, the ball
uoing to Pendleton on downa In mld
fleld. Terjeaon carried the bull to flr.it
down three auecesalvo limes, allernat
Icg with flavin and Stendal. It waa
Law and Baseball Fan
Have you selected your turkey for this big day?
Have you all the necessary trimmings, such as
Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes, Spices,. Pickles and a
hundred other things that we might mention?
This market will be overflowing by the first of
the week with all the goodies it takes to prepare a
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
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Reasons Why We Should Have
Your Battery Business
1. Experienced, qualified men.
2. Sufficient mechanical equipment
3. A Policy of Fair, Square Dealing.
Perhaps to these we should add a fourth :
4. We are the Service Station for the
OUDGE K. H . LAN D J S
Judco K. Mr Land Is, chosen chief arbiter of baseball. Isn't e
aentia.'ly different at a basebsli same from what he if woen pre
siding over Ilia court. The sparkle of interest is in bis eyes Just the
j some. Tbfs ricture was taken while the Judge was watching a gama
! in Cu.'cago
i .M .j' .-mJii -rvA A t.-.8: lk
tin h i i
Silverware la the cheriahed gifl o
nearly every homeniulier. I'ndouht
edlv vou will need a carving aet or
allver plate for ynjir
lvin Silver waa Introduced
In thi community over ten years ago
It haa proven one of the most aatia
factorv on the market, wo have never
i. i .. ,..i,iImL From time to time
we have added many beautiful
.,!.'.., cn be found here coniolete
We carry many leading mukes
-Mv.,- nd nlate. such iih (lorhatn,
Wallace on. Itockford and a
In fact one of the lamest stocks In
number of other makes.
In face one of the latest stocks in
eastern (reKon or Jewelry and Silver
Is at present in our store.
A. L. Schacfcr
worked to the one ard line. lerjcson
tried a split buck for touchdown but
the line held and the half ended with
Pendleton two feel from another
ItOKrl" IllOck.S l'lllll
The third score resulted. from a punt
which Itoircm blocked and which was
recovered by (ioedecke. Terjeson
ore off a ::-yuid run off tackle lor a
touchdown a moment liner, Hanley
ir.d IJuvia knoikim? off would-be
luckier after Kramer bad opened the
hole... . Hanley added, the point th.il
made it 21 to U.
Waitsburg awain received but afte'
advancing a bit had to punt. Katiley
returned the ball to niidfleld, the punt
v.avlti(s bcin Iom :.nd a roller. At '.liii
juncture I'tndUton opened i p on an
icr.al kauie that was one of th" jiret
tiest enliili'.tions of forward i-assing
ver witnessed here.
Terjeson tossed one over ccnttr ti,
Hanley for a Ki-yard Kiln, ilanlc;.
on the next play heaved L'O yards lu
Stendal and the run before he was
downed made it H'l Mii'ds. The ball
wa? then on WailsiuiiK '-, 11 -yard line.
Hanley made a delayed run throiuh
?uani for nine and a buck by Stenl.il
'nilltiK, took the ball over the line on
the next play on the same ruse. Kra
mer and lawrcnce opened the wnv for
his two-yard sp.n. His coal made the
score 2S to 0 and endu Ihu a-jurinu
for the third period.
Visitors Look Dniuci-ons j
Waitshurs, by the efforts of II. lies,
advanced the hall to Pendleton's Si- !
yard line by the forth quarter and Wai-
looking danccrous. The baelifiel'lj
fumbled but recovered. A w..uld-he ,
imss failed nnd with la yards to ko oi, '
the fourth down tlm ball on IMolie-:
ton's 40-yard line. Hales attempted to',
make first down. He made eislit and
the ball wont over. !
Davis tore off two bucks of five awl 1
eight-yards, and Terjeson added a yard, t
On the dead man play Hanley skirted i
left end for a 111 yrfrd gain- ftendal.
hurt his hip and Cahill went !.) half.
Henderson taking end. Terjeson inadei
another first down and Hanley reeled j
off a seven-yard end run. Terjeson.
Ikas given the ball on a criss-cross and
skirted left end :: yards for the fifth;
touchdown. Hanley kicked coal.
With the game safe. Hanley put Ad
klnson in at Kiiard for Havel and Hat-;
ton at tacklo. Wait-burs received i
the kickoff and made first down mice !
hut. two passes were Incomplete and!
the ball 'went to Pendleton on the i
card line. ;
leail Man" iHMl Twb'e i
After two sliurt gains. Pendleton',
played the dead man trick for the !
second time, Terjeson hoiim on Ho- ,
hall. He passed back to pavis and
Davis handed the ball to Hanley who;
cut loose with a mighty heave across ;,
the field. The ball fell Into', Ter.ie- !
son's arms for a 30. yard gam -u'uH
jwith a clear field to the goal, in yards
away, he fell. He was unable l' gel'
up before Waitsburg taeklers were mil
him. Cahill made an off-tackle run i
on tne nexi piuy, n,ir.n, -o t
cd and wriggled his way to the siviii,
touchdown. Coial was kicked and the;
total stood 4 2 to 0. With darkness;
and a "thunder shower coming, the;
crowd left and by agreement of the i
teams, time was called.
Only once did Pendleton punt, four j
passes were completed for nearly 100 ;
yards gain without a failure, one.
Waltsbnrg punt was blocked ami not
one of their passes was slipped over.
The locals made first down repc.-neitiy ;
and every wore was followed by a;
Ijiwrence and llavel. subs phiylus in'
the center of the line, looked just ns;
kooiI lis their unites, Kennedy and Tem i
ol who were on the bench. Ki i-:
I , ,,u In other mnues.'was the sllin-i
lug liabt of the Hue. but tioederke and !
Kogrtw. tackles, looked lietier man in j
any local gam" I his year. Warner wasj
inn per cent linpfoved ' '-nd ali l."1-
hill took care of his wing in fine ,
Davis was a consistent ground gain- ;
er wht-n called on to carry the ball arid j
bis iniortcrcwe wora nas oi a iok" (
order. Hanley did not carry the oval j
much but picked off taeklers and was
a hear on d-fense. .Stendal looked nice
on the forward passes he caught and
hit hard every time. For gaining
ground and backing up the line old re
liable Jens Terjeson was the luminal y.
Teamwork, Is llanlcy's Howard
Hanley" s l"m played as a unit yes
Nor do we wish to slight this fourth reason.
It is no easy matter to secure the Philadelphia
Storage Battery Co. franchise. And it can only
be retained when the service to car owners is
such as would be expected between a merchant
of the highest type and his most exacting cus
tomers. Aside from this we feel a personal pride in
representing this battery, knowing as we do
that wherever one is sold a" friend is created.
Wm. E. Chase Go.
We recharge and impair all makes of Batteries and Electrical Systems.
320 E. Court Street
NONE BUT GENUINE PARTS USED AND SOLD
MIKE KELLEY AGRES
lil'iv atl'd tie'll
"rush of a II"
i the boys pot
all. They kept
teamwork had the
je eleven. Kveryone
his man on offense,
lads played bang-up
Hales covered better
than any team which Waltsbnrg has
met ibis vi-ar. The fact that the vtsit-
tis vvere shut out tells best the story i Kelley, manager of the St.
of the h.cal defensive, scores oi cx
nreKsh.iut ...f congratulation on the
narhinit of Dick Hanley . were
after the giime.
Rex Kills referee.! and gave satis
faction to noth teams, i irville Reeves
was umpire. The field was in good
hape and the panic went off fast,
pindleton has its last regularly sched
uled panic of the season here Thankn-i.ivi-i!
r.--naalnst Tj Orande.
erican Association base-ball team, will
, Craialh tIPXt SCAT US
heard '"" W""J
(manager of the Philadelphia Nation
als, according to an announcement io
dav bv Wm. F. Paker. president of the
Phillies. Mr. Baker said Cravath has
been given his unconditional release.
Although Kelley has not yet signed
a contract Eaker said they had agreed
on all details.
Holdman Auto Co.
Storage, $3.50 to $7.50 a month
PAIGE AND OAKLAND CARS
Wear your Clothes out
on your Back Don't
Rub them away in
HOLDMAN AUTO CO
722 Cottonwood Street Phone 46
Dead Storage $3.50 Month.
We do repairing.
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BORAX SOAP CHIPS
1 FENETRATE THE FABRIC AND
LOOSEN THE DIRT. WHILE
PRESERVING THE TEXTURE.
"DIRT CAN NOT RESIST THEM"
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"IT'S THE BORAX IN THE SOAr
THAT DOES THE WORK"
Here is a real paint
Lowa Brothers High
Standard is better paint
than you hare erer used
bfor. Better beeansa it
lasts longer and looks bet
ter as long as it lasts.
Bert of all, while It cotrta
mora per gallon, it goea far
ther Uuui 4VHcr pain La, ther-
' Phone 158
fore !t alway eosta ha
aqaare yard applied.
High Standard ku
made for 60 year of nett
ing but the beat and puraat
We want you to try II m
your next painting Job. Yoa
will never again ue any etW
Aik for booklet and
card. Both are trot.
513 Main St.
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