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DAILY EAST OREGON IAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11, 1920
Borton, Maggart and Ruraler,
- Players, and Raymond, Al
leged Gambler, Charged by
Los Angeles Grand Jury. . ,
I.C? ANOK1.KS. I,,c. 11. (A.
Iiutictmmil charging crlmlnul
piracy ivero returned agalns;
ffi the Suit Luke club.
W CI." It. Unlcr, Salt Jaike outfielder
Xnl luui itiiytiKind, ullogod gambler,
The Indictments were returned ! A
lore j'niM jriiiik H.wmis of (he
crlmlnul department of the sunorloi
court, who fixed bail In each cane ut
lli iirli WnriiiiiiH Issued V
Nono of the men named was In
court, und bench warrants were issued,
It 'Bun wild liorton, released by tin
Vetlion cluli and suspended by Pros
ident W. H. ,McCarty of tha league, wa
working fr u I.o Angeles inutlon pic.
William linker ("l;ubc") liorluu
Blurted his 'baseball career with the
Springfield club of the Three I league,
ut tho time thut Dick Klnscllu, now
scout for the Xcw York fiiants, was Its
manager. Jl lor to I hut Morton and
Champion Believers! 5
perse ns bore Friday by the m nti i Kay Chapmun, who was killed by
tmnd Jul y, which' for several Iib pitched brill last season, hnd played
has been InvnetldHtlng cliMrges of 'il.i sand lot bull together and they went
logcd "ctmkednuss" In !! kuiiu Ii' j to the Three I the same season,
the Pacific. Coast liasebulf league . ' lloeu In Majors
. The fiair named were W. IbikorJ After a arawiiy ur no In the Three 1.
(Cube) ifrntuu, former first hascni.-tn Morton went to the majors, played with
of the Vrriiuit club, whose chin's-. york, Itostoa, St. Lo.uls Amcr-
preeipitiiird the investigation, leans, and St. bouls Federals, llurloi,
Hurl V. Magimrt, former outfielder placed with St. I.ouls team ' until
a Barrel of
t, ... .
Save yourself some money ; uave the farmer some
grief. The price will never be lower and while a bar
rel may last for a long time, you are saving money
just that mufh longer. ,
Pendleton Trading Co.
-If It's on the Market We Have It"
yf p f"1" t""0 j- '-
Jack Wilce Favors Retention
of Aerial Attack in Football
and Would Make Rule for
CIIICACO Ceoirfft Offerman (lfi; and for 1-aPjarl (rlehn.
mcgnphone, bare Just settled a bet of tlilOtl an -o which
th loudest oica. LaPearl copped the corn. Judges. : lationfl
-oree b!frk away, listened whila the singers bellowml. ucc-mpanid
hy Pat! fl!e.ne's saxophone, from the top of the Masonic Temple,
rhicao's eldeft skyacrai er. Tbclr voirea roie above IS. roar cf
VafSc, Ii5 (out below, at (he noon b ut.
I traded to the Portland club of the
''"clflc const lengtia In 1917. That
j winter when Portland wa dropped
(temporarily from the leuKue, liorton
) ae traiixferrod to .Sacrutnento but r
i funed to report there and Vernon made
' i deal for him. Hr- has been wlth.Ver
'ion most of the time eince, although
in 1MIK he epent moct of the hc.uk. in ut
j ?amp l-w!a. He led all firm basemen
in fleldimr up to bin relfa.e this year.
I In )H Borton was aent to the Pad
i 'Ic roMat leKue and played with Ver-
I.O.-5 A'XOKLrX, Dec. ll.f-A. P.)
The challvnKe of the I'niveisity of
Southern California, to any college or
i ion but when the Federal leaaue was -university football team in the United
i icoutlns for player, iln rcprcsenlatlvei States for a fanie here next Thanks-
XEW YOP.K, Nov. 11. Hy Henry
J, Furrell, I'. P. Staff Correspondent.)
Percy HaiiKhton, founder of the
"Harvard football fyatem," wants fot
; tall revised.
I Th oiward paua must he curbe 1.
he Bays, or football will become a com
bination of baaketball and baseball.
Houghton knowg football, of cour"",
iut other experts do not airree with
Ibis feats for the nature of the game.
Jack Wilde, founder of the system
that brought Ohio Suite from a medi
ocre position In the Ohio conference of
jt.mall colleses to the peak of the "Uia
iTcn" of the west, U a diseljile of th
open Rame. .
"The forward pass made foolb.'.ll
what It is," he said here recently. "It
has removed the weight handicap suf
fered by small elevens. It has 'made a
lens dangerous game and uVcreaxed In
juries, it has made it an interesting
came to watch and It has Introduced
more intelligence Into the game.' i
To make radical changes in the for- j
ward pass rules would be to send the:
fame' back Into Its primitive stancM
tuid make welffht rule again, he thinks.
Wilce. h' ever. favors soma slight '
chanKes In the rules tc. ovflreome a
few advantages that the forward pas-.
' liili rferem-e Itulo Cited f "nter" championships and finished
Ho suggests, for instance , that In00 " "-"loped Chic Har.
th o. ,.t ii.rr...n. ou .w I'1')'. Pete Ktincheomb, Workman, Uii-
Footwear as Gifts
More and m'ore people are buying practical gifts.
This is a practical year, with its High Cost of Liv
ing problems. '
Nothing will be more appreciated than a pair of
Warm Slippers, that will carry the meaning of the
season and warm comfort to the givers' for many
Buy early when selections are at their best.
Children Warm Slippers ..... . . . . . . $1.49 arid $I.fi9
With padded soles. ' . -
Ladies' Oomfy Slippers with padded soles in a very
fine selection of colors. . . . . $1.69, $1.93 and $2.45
Ladies' Fine Grey Slippers with leather soles and
. heels, fur trimmed . . . . $1.95 and $2.25
Men's Felt Slippers with padded soles in grey and
black $1.93, $2.23, and $2.50
Men's Fine Leather Slippers with turn soles, all sizes
solid comforts . . . . ; . .-. ; : r.'. ; : $.3.25
We have a beautiful line of Neckwear, Hose, Dress
Shirts, Boy Blouses in cotton or wool,'
' Jl. JLJJ ,11 A JUL JLL kJ Xt.JJ
la man, Plxlcy. Huffman and some o1
the greatest players In the MidJIe
i ' "Am I KOins to coach at Ohio S'a'e
next year?"' Well, I presume so.- Ttrfi
know oik west we don't ao' through a(i
undefeated season and get a four-year
contract. Neither do we lose one rums
and get canned. I havent a contract
at Ohio State. I'm a member of tnts
faroltv, that's ail." Wilce said. .
persuaded Porton to "Jump."
Ho lives here und Is employed by a
motion plctur- producing concern.
W. 8. f. PLAN'S iMKS
I'l'U.MAX, Wash., Dec. 11. (A,
P. A- practice trip In central Wash
ington will be talii by the Wa.ihlns
ton State College basket ball team
startlnr next Ihuruay. It was an-i
bounced here today. Club teumv in j
Weiiatchce, Ja lliiodiuiii, Mont Vernon J
and Kllenb.iri will be playod, it was
giving day has been answered by the
University of Ids ho, it was announc
ed here, last night by Henry Hruce
Pruce 'said the Trojans preferred to
play an eastern or middle - western
team and would make no definite an
swer, to Idaho until after January 1.
ceiver of the pass instead of giving the
ball to the offended team where the
foul was committed, to .bring the bail
acK 10 me point of play and Inflict aj
I penalty of 10 yards. . ; " " ; . ;
U any changes art made by the-ru'es ; M?iBvBi)a4elSMiCfJr99?Ww' '.
committee this winter. Wilce favors a I 4illal'iBi&a6ikvMasfteaia10iialM2'hiabfttiKtt2kft'
rule requiring all players to he nuir,-j7
l ja . r j Bt-f i
Eat More Bread
Bread is the gift of the
.The strength and vigor of tne! wheat is
bound up in nature's most toothsome food.
. From our sunny bakeshop hundreds of
loaves come forth daily in a golden shower.
The dainty white wax wrapper means
. cleanliness. ,
A Better Bread cannot be made than
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS
linL-af tips will re onl
1 Congealed fin
(i memory IiisteJfl of an unpleasant
actuality of winter driving if the in
dention of :ui ' okkihoma. mutoriste
ni'M-ts with gr-ntral aiiproval, says De-(
ccmber Motor. His Invention consists
nieiely )f a muff for 'the steering
i wheel, b it Its ingenuity lies in the fact
) that It haves the hands free for ma
jlilpulation of the wheel and control.
A wire frame Is mounted to the steer
Mng post und encircles the upper por
tion of the wheel, leaving the lower
I'ait open for the admission of tin
driver hands and arms. Attached tc
this frame Is a fur or fabric jjoverinft
which Oflvcis not only the blinds !ui
the firearms as we'll. Gloves may bi
worn under the muff, and the driver
finds no impediment to removing his
l and quickly tor shifting gears.
"objections made" by some coachts,;
iM-cn-i im meir ssxem ano incK
plays would become known with n'lm.JSI
liers on their players are silly," he said ! Jj
"Ohio 8tate was the only team in thea
Western Conference to wear numbers' iii
all season und we won the champion. ' jj
"hip. I admit that scouts find their')?
task easier when they have number
o pni'm, ooi ii uiuiit nun tim uiuvn.
"We think in Columbia that we have
a system as good as that of any major
j Jniversity in the country. We haV'i
s much to keep secrei as any other
coaching staff, yet we are not so small
'hat we will put our system above the
Interest of the public that keeps th:'
?amo going. Regardless of. what
other teams do and what the ruls
committee may decide, we are coin? to
make our games interesting to the' pub. !
lie if 'We can. . y ig
Numbers Aid liral'i) I'sn j saj
"Ohio State is going to build ft mi!-
'Ion dollar stadium, the largest and if.
Just the paint for floors
RE-ELECTED TO GFFICEf L
finest In. the world. We will need a
huge seating capacity because we are
making football fans in Ohio. The
raseball fan likes ito sit in the gTand
tand and figure the 'inside' of th;
rame to study what Is being done and
why It is being done. The real foit
ball fan likes to do the same thing.
He doesn't Just sit there and watch, the
'all go up and dowi? the field. He
Hkes to know what the quarterback is
trying to do and he Is interested to
"ee how It Is done. ilhout number
his task is too hard." With numbers it
is easy and he becomes a confirmed
football fan." f
In the last ruir years. Ohio State
nder the guidance al" Wilce has lost
ut cme game, has won two western
Do you own one of
those comfortable old
homes with good solid
floor! that have always
If bo, repaint the
floors this time with
Lowe JJrothers Hard
Dhying , Fuxa Paixt
--made especially' for v
' SPOKAXl lcc. 11'. (A. P.) -Dis
enslon of rules and' election of offi
ccrs for the coining year was the main
ma tinei uctore ine ,wmM i"'"'
enil"iut conference meeting in S)o;
kune Friday. Hr. M. F. Angell of.tht j
I'liiversity of Idaho was ve-ekctcd
i The snecial rule waiving Hie one-1
i-ar residence requirement for ex
s'.'t'vice men competing in intercoU"'
Liate athletics wasrcpealed at t,h ui't-
ji noon's meeting and the scholarship j
tciuiremeiit for competition on cetlcge j
aut raised from -jo hours credit I
a.-h si tiKster to 2'-, ; r-cm-uines in
pasketi'all, bsselmll, tiack and foot-
tall arc do be taken up t-turduy.
Scius rejpreser.tf d Included the
nlvrrslty iff nrvjson. Oregon Agrt
IturnyVrtliccc. tile University of Mo '
lira.! tile (t'nivcrs.iy -oi luuo...
ngton; State college, Willamettd unl-
icisilN alift Whitman eoi.es-
...'j . j a
X J LWJH1 i i
It is particularly
A$k to aee the colon
, ' I, J. McATEE
adapted to the finishing
of kitchen and bedroom
A variety of attractive
colors to choose from
colors that will harmo
nize with your rooms.
Hard Dhying Floor
Paint is an economical
and lasting floor finish.
Easy to use dries hard
a. ; '
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r, i .
. Phone 158- ! 513 Main St ;. gj,
I ! SPOKANK. Dec. 11. t A. P.i P.uy-ia-barrel-of-floi.r
cninja-lis for- the
I whole -of .Washington und Northern
j t.'tiho were started in Spokane yester
tuv accordlnsr to A. A.- Klmore, pres
lldcnt of the Washington Stute Karm-
"We plan to conduct an extensive
inmpulpn." Kd Mr Klmore; "and It
(hall not be confined to the farmers.
ut we shall appeal to the general pub
ic to hiiv flour now."
Mr. Klmore sni.l It was his opinion
;hat the bottom prices Tor flour had
been reached-und that the buy-a-bar-rcl-of-flour
movement wan intended to
k'as furclta ij.ijvrlu.Uua cC,whcat.
is "always ready to
ti A T Uie very first twinpe, down
comes my bottle of Sloan's;
then quick relief, tti:hoiU rulliz,
for it's stimulating ant. scatters
congestion. The boys use it for
stiff muscles, and it helps S'Vs
backaches, too." 35c, "ilk, i. 10.
lr. K. J. York, the Chinese Spe- ,
cialist has spent years in study and
research work, both In China and
this country, thus enabling him to'
I treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women.
He' uses only curative Chinese '
roots and herbs as u means of treat- ;
ing disea&es known to human be- j
These remedies have been used
for many generations and have 1
been given credit by patients using
Anyone who may ha suffering
can call to see him. '
K. A VOllK t'lllN'tSK MlanCl.NK
No. 421 W. Host St.
QuaUty PREN TING ar Reasonable Prices
East Orejroman Priiitin Department, -
SPORT MODEL IS HERE,
Twq and fifty miles an hour In 75 yai-ds.
Easy Terms on 2nd Hand Cars.
0. L HOLDMAN AUTO C9.
722 Cottonwood St, :
Wc do repairing.