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DAILY EAST OEEGOHIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23. 1920.
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JOE LYNCH IPS INTO
BY BEATING CHAMPION
nance while Herman'! face denoted
that he was afraid of his opponent'!
III win iuuhwui. mit-iu no mm me
letter of Lynch, Herman took chances.
When he did attack he was very suc
cessful, bm these efforts were only
pasmodle, while Lynch whs the rnr-
ftessor In all the rent of the rounds.
Lynch clearly outpointed his man
In ten rounds. Herman had four and
he openlnif session wits Just about
Little New Yorker. Takes 10
Out of 15 Rounds in Fight
With Pete Herman and is
Winner by Judges' Verdict.
MADISOV BQUARB OAKDB.V, New
Tork, Deo. 2J. (A. I'.) Joe Lynch,
the little boxer from the west side of
Manhattan island, who Jumped Inlf
prominence about three years ago as a
likely boxer, won the huntam-weilit
championship of the world from 1'ete
Herman of New Orleans in a IE-round
battle at Modlson Hquare Harden hint
i.ttri,. ri. n.on M.tiht.l tn tindor lift
bounds, as called for in the articles of I 'l'l' Htymorr's, two aldermen
Uncle Joe Helps the "Baby"
agreement, at i o'clock In the nrter
noon, but the official weikhts an
nounced iy the state boxln comnils
llon when the men entered the rlnis
were ll pounds for etch. Lynch
looked the much more drawn of the
two men when the bout began, while
Herman was In the belter condition so
far as look! went. Herman was an
odds-on favorite tn whnt betting- was
Indulged In, J to 2 belnir freely offer
ed that he would retain his championship.
. Both boy were nervous at the out-1
set Lynch'! advantaKes of height
and reach soon were apparent and ex
cessive cautiousness on the part of
Herman cost him any chance he
might have had to hold his title.
In the rounds where he had the
the better of the argument but in only
one of these had he any decided ad
vantage over Lynch, In this round he
had Lynch In difficulty but that was
all. Herman's defense at times was
puzzling to the cshallenirer but when
Letter Prom "Junk" Walters to
Local Man Says Nick Wil- j
l'ams Would Like to Bring'
Canadian Nine to Pendleton.
Nick Williams, the same old blond
thatched Nick who used to cuvurt lis
nianaKer of the Portland Colts, wants
to brine his Moose Jaw team of the
Western Canada League to Pendleton
for the spring training seuson In April,
1921. A let;er from Karl "Junk" Wal
ters, former I'endleton firm haxem.in
and last ynnr with tho Spokane tenrr.
In the I'.-iclfic International Lii-xue, to
L. I). Prake, conveyed the Information.
Walters wants to know what sort nl
Inducements Pendleton would offer to
the Williams men to come here for
the training Kjxon. Several yeare
ago Pendleton was the training ground
for the Portland rolls and baseball
Used to thrive here. The proposition
t.rnbablv will l-e put up to the I'endle-
H.AIIO HOOP KOl-AI KWKKT 1 ?'mmat. tnlk In
MOH.V.W. Idaho. ,U 2S.-(A. P.) i "'"" 1 ' .ie e n
freshmen Coach pom ........... . "r
tho IniaiKi r.minru num -
the recent reorganization of the P. 7.
league. Kpokane, lwlfton and Wal
lace Idaho, Walla Walla and Pendle
ton are among tho cities mentioned,
The former P.uckaroo Is employed
in Spokane for the winter but says that
he still considers Pendleton his home
and that he will be here In March to
spend a month.
CHICAOO, Dec. ZS. fA. r.)
Wrestling was placed under control of
a city athletic commission today when
the council passed an ordinance creat
ing the commission to regulute the
sport. The commlsiKon will be com
posed of Mayor Thompson, Chief of
two citizens. The body has full power
to issue or revoke licenses for shows.
Wrestlers must obtain a license before
they will lie permitted -to appear In
matches. All matches must be sub
mitted to the contmlss iin for approval.
The action grew out of an alleged
"fako" match when broke up in a riot,
In a squad of 2
David McMillan believes he has real
material for his University of Idaho
first year basketball team. Practices
are being held three times each week
and wrimmuges with the varsity twice
weekly have featured the practice of
the varsity and freshmen squads.
BAItV rXHT PUIXTS T.VKKV
TACOMA, Wash.. I)ec. 23. (A. P.)
A Tacoma hospital, In order to pre
vent a mix-up of babies, now takes the
mother's finger prints and the child s
foot nrints. Records of the lines of
ever he landed one of his long lefts or the feet, which are said not to change
right hook! or swings, a grin of satis- during lire, offer a permanent means
faction spread over Lynch 's connte- of Identification, physicians declare.
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At This Store
Where eveiything is arranged for your conveni
ence. Here you will find a full line of
J. A. Murray, local manager, for the
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co..
took No. 8 to Milton this morning t
look after company business mere 10-
I ncle Joe Canhon Ig shown here Btvlng the "Baby of the
.House, Representative Clarence J. McLeod, 25. a few tips "Uncle
Joe" Is tbo oldest member of the House in point of service He was
battling on the floor before McLeod was born. "Uncle joe" pre
dict! a great futurw for the "baby congressman," remarking thai
'b was smart enough to come to th right place for poUterg " '
OHIO STATE YELLS ARE
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION g
&nas Dinner !
TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, SUCKLING PIGb, ClilUvkLNs
H Eastern and Olympia Oysters, Cranberries.
H See this wonderful beef displayed in- our market. This represents the
If - kind of beef we serve to our patrons who don't want poultry for their dinner.
H Beef Boil 5c Shoulder Steak 18c
H Pot Roasts 10c Round Steak 25c
1 Cross Rib Roasts ....... 18c T-Bone Steak ......... 25c
H Runip Roasts 18c Porterhouse Steak . . 25c
pnt w have cverv thine For the trinvminffs. Mince
Meat Celery. Cranberries, Head Lettuce, Oranges, Bananas, Candies, Nuts
S and every thing lor me inue ioiks.'-
BRUKKLKY, Calif., Dec. 23. (A. ,
P.) Ohio State University yells rang! SPOKANE. Wash., Dec. 2.1. (A. P.) j
out on the University of California Howling" matches between picked j
campus here Wednesday when the'""1"1" from Portland; Ore., and Kpo-
memliers of the football team from the sane, are to meet sometime during I
iddle western institution stopped here I January, according to W". liert Price, j
while en route to Pasadena, Calif., ! prominent .Spokane bowler, w ho an- I
where they meet the Univers:y of fal- ' nounced he has perfected plans for the j
ifornia eleven New Year's day. (tournament. A purse of Jl.'K'O is to I
The burkeve siecial train, carrving : be rais'd- The first game Mr. Price j
more than ISO plavers ond supporters !s,id W'ohably will I played at Port-1
from Ohio State, arrived here nearly ! land "" here the team le to be picked
oy j. . Diiint.v. oiane-i is repni- ,
ed tn be one of the best bowlers in the !
r.orth,weflt and resides in Portland.
three hours late. The men were ta- j
ken on a tour of the California cam-!
pus, Berkeley and Oakland, and later
crossed the bay -to-- an -Franoisoo j
where they spent the night.
;miI Luck Wishes Sent. i
CHICAGO, Dec, 23. A. P.)' The i
j j University of Illinois football team de-!
jfeated in the championship game of!
t))e western conference Ibis year with
ES Ohio state university, last night Joined
j the Chicago mini club In sending a
j telegram to the Ohio eleven in Cali
SS; fornia, wishing thorn good luck and
ES! victory In their new year's game with
I the University of California at Los An-
JOE BENJAMIN WINNER
OVER' HEINE SCHUMAN
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
i! MOSCOW, Idaho. Dec. 23. (A. p.)
: Coach Thomas Kelley's University
: of Jiblho football warriors are thor
loiiBhly and wholly Idahoan from Cap
j.tain Plastino of Pocatcllo, who wetKhs
: In at aliout lilfl, down to aggressive
;j little J. H. (iowen, Jr.. of Caldwell,
i, who tips the scales at 143. This is the
; statement of the university athletic
Not a single man of the 13 who re-
crived tho official football "1" for ser.
'vices on the gridiron during 1920 hails
! I from outside the state and most of
jtho 13 not only were reared within
the state, but also were born in Idaho
PORTLAND, Dec. 23 (U. T.)
Heinie Schuman, after receiving a ter
rfic walloping from Joe 5 P.enjamin
for five rounds, staged a wonderful
comeback in the remainder of their 10
utiiiu oout here last night, but Benja
min won the decision. Schuman was:
knocked down for counts of six andj
. .. ... ji. httoim round. j
Tiurt'cr won a decision from Ander-!
Bon after a fast 10 rounds. Murphy I
,,,, Maduen in tho fifth round of ',
their bout and Mackio received thej
call over Dunn in the opening match ,
of. tho evening. I
"The only thing that holdt old age
back it health." Painlett Parker.
Health is what keeps people
voting. U is what makes good
Jompiexioni. It is back of suc
cess, happiness and nearly every
other good thing in the world.
Health is largely a matter of teeth
good teeth, good health bad
teeth, bad health. ,
The dentist has more io do
with human progress thnn most
of us know. You get more for
your money out of good den
tistry thnn pnvwhere else you
can put it, but you have to choose
a good dentist if you want good
When von think of TEETH,
think of PARKEIl.
E, R. PARKER
Dr. Robert Pat
ton. Ir. IV. fS. Vinson
?&S Maiu htret'U
DR. C H. DAT
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Room II and 25 Bmlth-Crawford
Telephone in4 n. 4..
Lynn K. Blakes!e
and Nervoua Dlaeaeea aad
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remple Bld. Room li
SPORT MODEL IS HERE.
Two and fifty miles an hour in 75 yards.
Easy Terms on 2nd Hand Cars. .
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We also carry a complete line of shoes for every
member of the family. Store open evenings until
745 Main St.
222E.Alta : Open Sundays Phone 533
WHO PAYS THE FREIGHT? I
H It costs lots of money in'tookkeeping and lost ac- 1 1
ywuiitc vj uo u creaic Dusiness. ljuy your Grocer-
les from , .
722 Cottonwood St.
Ws do repairing
What good Is It. or why lie
vants to keep It, goodness knows!
inytaow, here's Retresentativo
'red N. Zililman of Maryland,
.vith little piece of fruit takd'
uked tn 1 $72. sent him by an
ldmlrlng constituant, S. T. Stull.
. f Cumberland. Md. Zihlman n
shomn holding the Inkstand in
xhlch the cake Is ncased Stull 3
son carried this sllca on the bat
tlefields of France President
i Wilson has another sitce or at
leattt ho ha another elico of
the same cake, sent him when be
married the present Mrs. Wilson
, Billy Sunday, the evangelist, bis
bu! a third picM (or yesra
j and pay for what you get and not for the fellow
who does not pay.
Crisco, 6 pounds $1.65
I Cottolene 4 lbs. Vl'is," 8 lbs'. $2i23
Butter, best on the market, lb. 55C
I Olive Oil ( Reimbarts) pint 50c
I Olive Oil (Reimbarts) quart $1.50
i Coffee, Hills Red and M. J. B. in 5 lb. tin, lb.! . t 48c
I Ensign Coffee, white package, 3 for $1,00
i Extra Standard Corn, 6 cans $1 00
i Soap, Crystal White and Bob White. 14 bars SL00
!e Quaker Oats, large package 40c
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