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DAILY EAST OREgONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1920.
OFFENSIVE OF BAOGER
ELEVEN IS CENTERED
ABOUT 155-POUND IN
Do It NOW!
Pete Stinchcomb is Dodging:
Line Plunger and His Mates,
295-Pound Willaman, and
Hoge Workman, Loom Large
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 29. (A. P.)
Ohio mate University" football team
which will play tha University of Tall
fornfa eleven at 1'asadena, Cal., New
Year's day, while famed aa a Ian! mln
lite finished and a great forward pass
In aggregation, also has plenty of de
. tensive strength and ability lo present
a atralght' football offensive In which
Una plungea and off tackle dushes pre
. The straight football attack centers
(round Pete Htlnchcomb, All Western
Conference halfback, who bucks the
line deaplte hla weight nf only UG
pounds, or clrclea the enda fur lung
galnga, Htlnchocmb waa rnllt-d the
"dodging line plunger" In the Western
Conference, for, while a heavier man
would plow Into the line, he goes In
(Idewaya and twlata through.
Next to HI In eh co ml), Williimun, the
205 pound fullback, probiihly la Din
greatest aid to hla tram's straight
football offensive. Willaman whs hurt
In one of tha early guinea and missed
several of the ehampinnahlp contests.
Opposition coaches concede that with
Willaman In the lineup Ohio Suite
would not have had so many close
rails. Willaman la a powerful line
plunger. In addition he Is rangy on
Workman Is (rood Kk'kcr
. Knge Workman, at quarter, is the
best forward passer In the middle
west and an excellent kicker. Hla
punts average 50 yards, and he la a de
pendable goal kicker. The Ohio State
serial attack centers around Workman.
Illnlr and Henderson, who nlternute
at the other half hack position, will
not be as strong offensively as Stlni h
rnmb, for splendid Interference. On
many plays Stinchcomb trades posi
tions with them, so that they do not
carry the ball nearly so much as does
Htlnchcomb. Both are good on the de
At end Myers Is a dependable tack
ier and a aure receiver of posses. On
Hie other end, Slyker and Noel Work
man alternate and both have shown
themselves steady players.. Workman
k, adept at receiving his brother's for
ward passes and fllyker. while not so
good at this angle of the game, ex
cells In general defensive work.
Captain Huffman, a tackle, Is a
power at opening holes or blocking
plunges. A hard working, steady
player, he ranges from one side of the
line to the other on the defense so that
he gets In every play. Rplres, at the
it her trackle, proves a good running
male for the team's captain while
Trott and J. Taylor, the guards, ore
you wtwt HAVE-
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BACK AGAINST GREEN FOR CALIFORNIA GAINS
Are 'You Suspicious-.
f Your Health?
States Attorney Say3 Players;
Will Come Before Court in!
Three Weeks on Charge of
Throwing World Series.
' One may not be actually tick, yet
.eel to tired and languid, low-ipirited
and ambitionleu, that be can not
iniimuuy tay lie is in good health.
The kidneys work all the time, night
sod day, and it is no wonder that
mey necome weak, tore ordiieaud.
Nearly everybody tuners from kid
ney trouble or bladder ailments,
Natu revives warning tignalt by back
ecbe, lameness, tiff joinlt, tore
muscles, rheumatic psint, puffineM
under the eyes and blurred vuioo.
RELIEVED HIS BACKACHE
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(in quick and permanent relief from kidney
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properly functioning, they filter and C3ateut
Irorn the blood the impuritiet that cauae
achea and paina and in the end may lead to
aerioua illneaa. If you have any ceuaa te
euapect that your kidneya need help, you
rill make no intskine P.J. Ki,ln.a
Pau. " '
XBWARK, X. J., Dec. 20. (A. P.)
Freddie Welsh, who retired after
losing the world's lightweight boxing
championship to Kenny Leonard in
Uli, relumed to the ring last nlcht
and scored a technical knockout over
Willie (ireen of Huston after four
rounds of a 12-round match. Green
refused to respond to the hell for the
fifth round, claiming, he hail injured
The former title holder showed only
riashea of his old-time form, but had
little difficulty in nut boxing hla oppn
nenl. Welsh weighed 137 1-2 and
DRAINAGE SYSTEM FOR
' SUN RIVER IS SOUGH
SAX FIlAXCrSOO, Cal.. Dec. 29.
iA, 1'.) Attacks axalnxt ojipoBlng
linea, mainly off t:iol;le. featured the
92l offonnive of the University of
California's undi'fcati-d footltall team
which la to pluy Ohio State al Pasa
drna, cal.. New year's Day.
California made llltie use of
forward pa.H thia year, trobftbly lie
ciitiso at no time was the team ever
hard pressed. Only In the game
against Stanford I niveraity did the
l:tue and Gold men "open up' and
ahow they were effective in an aerial
offensive. In the last period, with
the game already won, California
tried several passes and most of them
were successful. '
Charfies through center have scor
ed nearly as many California yards as
rave pucks off tacJile. Knd runs
T'have also brought In gains, nut the
J maln attack has been off tackle, with
' (the two big Blue and Gold tackles
CHICAGO, Dee. 29. (A. 1. The
preliminary hearing for the eiiiht Chi
cai?o American league baseball players
una five alleged gamblers who were
indicted by the Cook county grand
Jury In connection with the alleged
"throwing" of Karnes In ' the 1919
world's series will lie held within three
weeks and the trial will begin shortly
after. State Attorney Robert K. Crowe
announced last night.
Mr. Crowe assigned George P. Gor
man, second assistant state's attorney, j
to handle the case and ordered him to J
prepare for immediate triul. Mr. ior-i
man said he expected to devote the!
next few days to a study of the grand j
Jury Investigation and that he then)
would set definite dates for the prelim- 1
luary. He refused to discuss the trial 1
of the I'uciflc coast league players
w' -re the judge' ruled that "throwing"
eauies was not a criminal offense but
isiid that he would ask the attorneys
who handled the prosecution of tha
(use for the records of It so that he
could see what bearing It might have
on the trial of the major league play- I
ers and the men churgeu with bribing 1 American bitr leaarue baseball ..i.,-
,nem- Uen from the National and 10 from
bddie Cicotte, Joe Jackson and the American league, who are now in
Claude Williams' confessed their share ! Jjpan for a series of games their
in the scandal to the grand Jury, and , opening game. Nationals versus Amer
Oscar Felsch was quoted by newspa- j leans, on ThanKsgiving Day. Ed
per reporters as confessing to them j ward Bell, American K.liarge d'Af
but Felsch, "Huck" Weaver, "Swede" Ifaires, pitched the first ball. A home
Itisberg and MeMullin have officially j run by Eddie Ainsmith, veteran cat-
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TOKIO, Dec. '29. (A. P.) Twenty !
denied that they were guilty and have
hired counsel to defend them. Jack
son and Williams have been quoted in
press dispatches as saying tbev
would be back in baseball next sea
son." Chick Gandil. the eighth player
I Indicted, has not announced his plans
i in regard to the trial.
ANOTHER DESERT WASTE
way for the backfleld
CURAT FALLS, Mont., Dec. 29.
(A. I'.) Contract by which the I'nit-
;eu fiaies reclamation service would
t undertake construction of a t2SO,onn
drainugo system on the Sun itlver Ir- I
j Throughout the season the Califor-
nia men showed they had been drill
j ed in interferences. In running back
the, ball from kicks and in end runs
able to give- th. tackles and help they ' , " "-' ""m "asmngion. I'etl
may need for Nemecek at center needs . ""' being circulated in this
assistance from no one. , V'C "H t0 """Went signatures.
Coach Wilce also has a good array 1 . t,f ,he 14-'n'' BcrMI al"K he Sun-
nf substitutes. C. Tavlor. nartlcularlv. "y me ,4,i.,i10(, recla-
oeing viriuauy oi varsiiy caiifier. .
rlgatlon project has been proposed byi""" l,e w"rk ,ne "" "ee
Taylor took Wlllaman's place nt full
hack when the latter was hurt, and
while not quite the equal of Willaman,
he held down tht position with credit.
TO PLAY BASKETBALL
8EATTLE, Wash., Dec. 29. -(A.
P.) Washington national guards
men have organised a state basket
ball league and have drawn up an
eleven-week schedule which will In
clude a aeries for the state cham
pionship. Two games a' week are to
Teams In the league represent guard
companies in Seattle, Spokane, Ta
coma, Everett, Centralis, Kelllnghnm,
Yakima, Ellensburg and Walla Walla.
matlnn project about StOO acres have
been affected by seepage. The con
tract proposes deferring payments un
til the annual charges on the reclama
tion cost have been Completed, after
which the drainage construction
charges would be pro-rated ' over a
number of yenrs.
PHOEXIX, Arizona, Dec. 29. (A.
P. I Arizona Is about to reclaim an
other big desert valley. Kighty five
thousand acres in the Paradise Valley
are to be brought under irrigation by
means of a reclamation project cost
ing upprovimutely 1 a.OOt't.ntiil.
Announcement by George D. Christy,
Phoenix counsel for the Paradise
Verde irrigation district, as the asso
ciation of landholders is known, that
the financing "f the project has been
arranged in complete detail, has been
followed by preliminary engineering
work on the reservoir and damsites.
larly as a one-pounder, and a Stokes j a New York banking house has set
trench mortar have been added to the. aside the $l5,0U0,nnn for the project
equipment of the I'nversity of Idaho under a contract by which it Is to re-
IDAIIf) HlX'i:iVI'.S WAU THOPHIKS
MOSCOW, Idaho, Dec. 29. (A. P.)
A 37 millimeter gun, known popu-
clier of the Detroit American league 3
club, was the feature of a fast and
spectacular game which the Nation-' S3
als won by 2 to 1. j ?3
The line-ups of the groups follow: ! 3
Americun League: Ainsmith, catcher, J 3
Detroit; Kllison, pitcher, Cleveland: '
Itoss, pitcher, New York; Robertson, !.g
pitcher. Chicago; Zalmoch, first base. ; 3
Detroit; Hubbert, second base. De- i E
(troil; French, shortstop, New York; 3
j Doyle, third base. New York; Con- j
noly, left field, Washington; and fun- '
ningham, center field, Detroit. Ij
National League: Gomez, catchers, 3
Chicago; Perttca, pitchers, St Louis; ;
."hore, pitcher. New York; Killilay,
pitcher, Boston; Sheeman, first base, '
Brooklyn; Gay, second base. Pitts-! HI
burg; Rader, shortstop, Philadelphia; I
Butler, third base, .St. Louis; Hood,
left field, Brooklyn; and Bonne, cen
ter field, Cincinnati.
ClliltOXS WILL MKKT G RKB
ST. r'ACL, Minn., Dec. 29. (A. P.)
Tommy Gibbons, St. Paul, light
heavyweight, boxer, has been matched
to meet Harry Greb of Pittsburg, in a
15-round bout at Madison Square Gar
den In New York City on January 26,
it was announced today.
military department. Poth pieces will
bo used for instruction purposes
HARD-BOILED JUDGE '
IN TAC0MA RECALLED I
BY KANGAROO COURT j
TACtWA, Wash.. Dec. 29. (C. P.) I
. MacKett has been recalled as
Judge here and Kogcr Storey, ex-sergeant
major In the Canadian expedi
tionary forces, has been elevated to
the bench In his place.
The court over which Hacked pre
s'ded was the "kancaroo" tribunal In
the Tncoma city jail. Fellow prisoners
complained the Judge was getting too
"Let's recall him," one suggested.
The ayes had It.
w. s. r. pitoFKssoii iK)xoitin
PPLLMAX, Wash., Dec. 29 (A.
I'.) Dr. F. F. Nadler, director of gen
eral college extension nt Washington
State College here, hns been appointed
hy Pniled States Commissioner of Ed
ucation P. P. Claxton .special In bora
tor to have charge of the Coiled States
bureau of education's home reading
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Do You Know That
When groceries can be sold for less money we will
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3mall margin of profit and it always will be. Volume
of business makes this possible.
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
courses in the Pacific northwest
courses have been nrrnnged by
United States bureau of education' ag.
sistcd hy leading educators and prom
inent men of the country.
ceive bonds of the irrigation district
and also is to lie the preferred pur
chaser of electric power developed by
The Paradise Valley parallels the
Salt Hiver valley. In which Phoenix
Is located. The Paradise country is
north of the Salt River section and Is
separated from It by the Phoenix
range nf mountains.
Several hydroelectric tiower plants,
planned to develop 5o,0(U horsepower
The; are to be constructed. All canals and
the ' laterals are U be of concrete construc
tion in order lo minimize loss of water
BII X.OX SHADKS CtMMi.W.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 29. (A. P. Ed
die Shannon of Portland, Or., shaded
Mel Coogan of Prooklyn, in an eight-
round no-declsion bout last night.
They a'e lightweights.
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REGULAR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
Moses Waser-Dykaar, famous sculptor. Is moving his studio
'from Now York to Washington, now that the Republicans ure about
, to return. Sculptors found the Democratic administration "poor
.picking," hut there are expected to be plenty of G. O. P. leaders who
"will wish to leave behind them likenesses In stone. Wainer-Dykaar
is sbown here at work oa a boat of HUJ. Gea. O. 0. 8quier tor tie
NatloaaJ Museum. -
Overbcck & Cooke
IVndlctiin, Walla Walla, Portlasd
MmiiIht of CliiiHtgo Itoard of
Private Wire to all Exchanres
Slocks Bonds Grain
'loom Judd lUdif. Itume vHd
WHO PAYS THE FREIGHT?
It costs ioLs of money in bookkeeping and lost ac-
counts to do a credit business. Buy your Grocer-
E ies from E3
is aijd pay for what you get and not for the fellow S
S who does not pay.
; Crisco, 6 pounds $1.65'
Cottolene 4 lbs. $15," 8 lbs. $2.23 M
g Butter, best on the market, lb. 53c g
Olive Oil ( Rcimbarts) pint 80c H
S Olive Oil (Reimbarts) quart $1.50 H
Coffee, Hills Red and M. J. B; in 5 lh. tin, lb.. . . 48c 1
Ensign-Coffee, white package, 3 for $1.00 H
E Extra Standard Corn, 6 cans $1 OO
S SoaP Crystal White and Bob White, 14 bars $1.00
Quaker Oats, large package 40c I!