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IN B!G GAME! FJ
BERKELEY,, Calif,, Dec. 21.(A.
P.) University of California football
Mayers have been warned to "watch
th. clock'' Aid look for a Inst minute
aerial attack to touchdown against
the Ohio Btat. University nt Pasadena,
Cat. New Year's Day.
' Ohio Plate won the Western Con
ference title by defeating the Unlver-
alty of Illinois with a touchdown from
a forward pass which started when the
Came had but ten seconds to go. The
final whistle blew even before the play
Other games of the 1 20 season were
won by Ohio Htate during the last
minute of play. Against Wisconsin In
the lost four minute "Mo run over
two touchdowns. And the lliirkeyi-s
MEMPHIS, Tenn.triec'. 21. (A. P.)
John I). Martini of Memphis was re
elected president of the Kouthern Asso
elation for a three-year term and ap
proval was given ' a post-season series
btween the pennant winners of the
Southern und Texas- leagues for the
class A championship of the South
at the annual meeting of the directors
of the Southern Association today. It
was voted that the president of sev
eral members clubs should attend the
meeting of tho .National Association
of Minor League rf'liibii at St. Louis.
Mo., when the proposed new national I
agreement will be discussed.
pulled the Chicago game out of the
fire the same way, it Is said.
Workman, Ohio hnlfback,
who doe most of the team's forward
passing, has been descrltied by Walter
Camp, noted football authority, as a
"wonder" at pausing, (Jenerally Pete
Htlnohcomb left half, takes the passes.
Stlnchcomh la Considered one of the
best open field runners In the game
and this year was selected on Camp's
All-American first team.
NEW Y'lltK, Die. 21. (A. P.)
Two pugilistic champions of the Lon
don police force arrived here Monday
on the steamship linperatnr from
LSouiliairiptoii to compete against the
.New York police boxers in a tourna-
HOUSTO.V. Tex., Dec. SI. (V. P.)
Charge that prisoners in Texas prison
camps are beaten to death, kUM for
minor offenses and mistreated are
made here by (ieorgp Dixon, widely
known magazine writer, in an open
letter said to have been mailed broad
cast to newspapers throughout the
WASHINGTON. Dec. 11. (V. P.)
The senate Monday passed a resolution
reviving the war flruinco Corporation.
It ooncurr.dk in the house amendment
trmrmtlng th. .suUmv-rtlroc ting the
federal reserve board to arrange
broader credit for the farmers. The
resolution now goes to Wilson.
I mi nt here next month. The two men,
in charge of Inxiwctor Arthur Hpriggs
or Scotland yard, are Constables Jack
Stanley, heavyweight, -and Harry Mai
tin, middleweight of tho Metropolitan
force, who won their titles In elimina
tion tournament. Stanley weighs 196
pounds and Mnllln 160. The visitors
are guests of the New York police club
during the stay.
M BEACH IS FACING
Taste good, do foodj UmoIt
instantly on tongue or ia wateri
take aa seeded. v
m taslst pomm rem thoST
WHO wot. Them.
had mr acoTT a sownc
EVERY MAN AN ATHLETE
IS 0. A. C. ULTIMATUM
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. (U. P.)
President Wilson sent to the senate
Monday the nomination of John F.
Nugent, of Poise, now Idaho senator
to be a member of the Federal Trade
Commission. Tho senate quickly voted
its confirmation. .
lHK'KRV ;AM K IS S TO S
PlTTSrtl ltOIB. Dec. 21 (A. P.I
The Pittsburgh -1nb of . the United
Sintes "Amateur Hockey' i.suo de
feated the Granites of the Ontario
Hockey League In an exhibition game
lust night. 1 to 2.
QUALITY SEItyiCE SANITATION
Now is the time to pick out your Christmas din
ner, for our stock is now complete. We will .have
for our trade , 9 .
rURKEYS, DUCKS, GEESE, CHICKENS, SUCK
LING PIGS, FANCY FALL LAMBS AND
, PRIME CORN FED EEEF
See this wonderful beef now displayed in our
market We have the whole carcass displayed just
as they are originally and not even split or cut.
FLACE AN ORDER EARLY
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have If
AN ATHLETIC EMBARGO
I'ONO HISACH, Calif., Dec 2i (A
me i.oru; lienor, high school
football team has no plans for a game
-on r.ngiewood high of Chicago
umci ii-Hin on new year s day or
any otner day. It was slated here last
-uig twain s plan for a game with
hiiKlvwood or gome other middle west
ern high school were contingent upon
a victory over the eleven from the
Kverett (Wash.) hlh school which
defeated the local institution, 28 to 0.
Since Long Peach withdrew from
the' California Intcr-scholastlc federa
tion 10 prepare for games with teams
outside the state, the federation ha
forbidden Its members to schedule
iooir,nt ur other game with ljmn
BAN JOHNSON OPPOSES
JUDGE LANDIS' REGIME
COL HUSTON DECLARES
NKW YORK, Dec. 21. fA. P.I
I Failure of the American league to elect
New, York, Poston and Cslcaeo. rep-
resentatlvcs to its board of directors
jut the annual meeting. last Friday "in
Idlcated clearly" that President John
jnon and the.club which supported him
I In the league war "are dissenters from
j the new Ijindis regime In baseball,"
Colonel T. L. Huston, part owner of thr
Yankees, snld last night,
j "Ourlng the last year Johnson had
j fought the appointment of Judse Lan
diA as chairman of the national com
mission," Colonel Huston said, "iftid
j successfully resisted the Judge's advent
; until compelled to consent at the re
'cent Chicago meeting. His show o'
'acquiescence is the veriest hypocrisy.
I He had to surrender at the recent Chi
cago meeting because 'his wilful five,'
, deserted him In tho fear that the pro-
posed 12-clnb 1ligue would injure
I their property investments."
j Charging 'that the recent move li
i aimed "to disgust and discourage Ian-
dls at the start," Colonel Huston ex
pressed the opinion "that Judire Ian
dls will quickly find means to curb
Johnsi'n and his puppets."
"Johnson and his five clubs," he
added, "are banded together by tie
other' than true sportsmanship. . TIk
strength of this unholy alliance has
made Johnson exceedingly arrogant
and as been the cause of all the recent
troublo In the American league and In
baseball, and untlll t is broken there
can be no tence. The elimination of
Johnson wmild automatically restore
COrtVAU.IS, Ore., Dec. 21. (A. P.)
Oregon' Agricultural College Tiere
has adopted the slogan of "Every Man
In folhige. an Athlete," and the 2,001
students here are expected to.. take In
Contests between organization and
class teams are to lie neld in fll bran
fins of sport and attention will be
tiven all the men instead of the few
who make the varsity wpiads.
WASHINGTON TO REVIVE
ICE HOCKEY AS ONE OF
BrCATTUT, Wash,, Dec 21. (A. P.)
Ice Hockey probably will be played
by University or Washington teams
this winter on the local Ice rink. Sev
eral university students have had
hockey experience in Canadian and
eastern cities and will join the hockey
squad, according to present plans.
One of the players in "the Pacific
Northwest Hockey "Association . may
be engaged as- coach. A tentative
schedule is being drawn lip with the
I'nlversity of British Columbia and
several semi-professional teams of this
section. Class games 'probably will
start the ppsson.
tOftVF.I.I, WINS FIRST GAMrf
ITHACA, N. Y., Dec. 21. (A. P.)
Cornell defeated Princeton 24 to 20 In
-tn inter-collegiate basketball game
here last night. , .
The contest, the first of the season
was decided In the last minute's play.
Sweaters as Gifts
Mure and mi ire people are baying practical gifts.. Thl l a
pnulical year. Nothing will hf itKre appreciated limit Warm
KweaUT that will lurry the meaning at the fwa.Hm ami marm
comfort to tho give for many months.
Men's Sweater Coats i... $i0 to $6.50
Men's Slipover Sweaters ........ $2.50 to $7.50
Men's Jersey Slipover Sweaters $4.93
Boys' Heavy Pull Over Sweaters $3.93 and $4.93
Infant Pull Over Sweaters $2.49
Ladies' Pull Over Sweaters . . . $7.50
Men's.House Coats . ... . ...... . . .... $10.00
Boys' Mackinaw Coats . ,". . . $4.93 to $8.93
Men's Mackinaw Coats .... $10.00 to $12.50
Men's Logger Shirts $6.00 to $8.50
Men's Flannel Shirts $1.65, $2.95 and $4.95
Boys' Flannel Shirts $1.25 and $1.95
' Do your Christmas shopping1 at this store
where you will find what you want at the price
you want to pay. - - -? - .. . -
Strike at the root of we'ak
ness is logical advicf to
those rundown in vitality.
nourishes the bbdy,
tones the blood and
helps build strength.
Scott ft Bomit. BloomfcirW N.J,
745 Main St
THE business man who keeps his
bank balance before him fears
not for the future he knows
just where he stands financially.
With our motto of "system, safety
and service" constantly before us
wc will continue to serve the public
as conservative bankers.
The Ideal Christmas Gift
for the Whole Family
A Ford Sedan or Coupe. What could be
more appreciated by the family than a Se
dan for four or five or the Coupe for two.
They-are omfortaM-rKi easy - ridingv -keeping
you out of the wind and rain and
dust. We have these models on hand for
immediate delivery apd can drive one to
your 'door Christmas morning. Come in and
look them over. Let us show you the quality
and comfort that are built into these sturdy
little cars. Prices F. O, B. Pendleton are,
Sedan $949.75 and Coupe $897.70. Remem
ber THAT WE ONLY HAVE A FEW OF
THESE FOR DELIVERY NOW.
Simpson Auto Co.
k Water and Johnson Sts.
t - a
The Oregon Theatre
Wednesday, Dec. 22
presented y ARVOOOT
A HIT WH THE. TOSS
A HIT WITH THE PUDLIC
PRICES $1.00, $1.30, $2.00 Seats on
. IIBM WHifi (Hhnflin Hi, Uli; ITJ'I'K W-ry It l'iiys,to 1
CURE FOR TUBERCULOSIS
I SEATTLE, Dpc. 21. l'. r.) Dr.
, Ronjnmln ruschall todny anniiiinoi'il
I his illsonvery of a cure for tiibercnlnsis.
'lie stated that tho iichievement la the
result if 14 yours of iminterruptod re
Heareh nd litis iiroveil its efficacy ilur
l Ing the lust three years while ho was
in New York makinn whnt he c'on
. sclera niraculoita cures while, quietly
His preparation, a synthetic drug
known us "mysoleum," is wax. It is
injected into tho muscles nnd by in
direct action kills lhe- tulicrcule
naccilll. Dr. I'aschall claims he was
fits first human patient and was com
ROBBERS. LOOT INDJANA
A SITTING BEFORE DEC. 21
Means CHRISTMAS PICTURES for You
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i INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. 21, iV. P.)
1 YoHmeri looted the vault of trio j
! Indiana National Hank here of he I
tween $iiiifto"and J 15, noil dust nlwlit.
lit was learned wnen ine oaim noors
SPORT MODEL IS HERE.
Two and fifty miles an hour, in 75 yards.
Easy Terms on 2nd Hand Cars.
0. L I10LDMAN AUTO CO.
722 Cottonwood St. Thone 46
We do repairing'.
WHO PAYS THE FREIGHT? 1
H It costs lots of money in bookkeeping and lost ac- II
counts to do a credit business. Buy your Grocer- 3
Er ies from II
I Gonroy 1
S and pay for what you get and not for the fellow H
H M ho does not pay.
g Crisco, 6 pounds g5 H
I Cottolene . 4 lbs.' Vlis,' 8 lbs. $2.23 1
H Butter, best on the market, lb. 55c
g Olive Oil ( Reimbarts) pint S0c II
: Olive Oil (Reimbarts) quart $1 50 pf
I Cof ee HUls Red and M. J. B. in 5 lb.' ti'njb. ! . . 48c H
Ensigrn Coffee, white package, 3 for $1.00 ll
S Extra Standard Cosn, 6 cans $1 00 N
Soap, Crystal AMiite and Bob White, 14 bars $1.00 I!
Quaker Oats, large package 40c l