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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, 1921.
four bankets. Myron llunley, hid run
ihif mute, added two buhkcix. Wrum
cr Bcored four lolnttt hy free throw
and a banket apiece wan tbo countrlbu
llliiu of Cuhlll und Ijiwrcnir.
I'oiidleton'8 Htrcimth uxaliibt Hit?
Wu-lll team waa a mirprlKe to local
followcm of the green and Kold. I'rc
dlctlona vcrp freely heard today that
the locals could take the meaxure of
Va",i Walla on tile local floor.
First Game of Season Shows
Locals to Have Strength and
Loss is Due to Free Throw
After Foul is Made.
One point canned the defeat of 1'cti
dlcton hltfh BchooI'H baHkettinll traii
hint night at the hand of Walla Wnlla
hiith Behool In th Wn-III eym. The
winning point wu Kcorert by a free
throw, following a f ml committed
Junt before the final whistle blew. The
score was 21 to 20.
The local team, which win given no
hope for victory before the tramp,
Khowed more power In conipctitlim
than had been seen I" practice. The
bnyit let the Walla Wallaim set away
from them In the firm half but stif
fened In the eecond half and tie I
thl nits up until the final minute.
The entire Kqund pt;t up a nnd
(fame, according to the couch. The
brunt of the Hcnrln fell to Kenneth
Ftendal, at forward, nho titrned In
JACKRABBITS WILL RUN
TOMORROW WHEN LOCAL
SHOOTERS START DRIVE
JACK ItAUtSI Kcrvlrern..R'v
Jack llalibita will furnish the
defence tomorrow when two
n ore of lJendlotoii Hod & Cun
Club nhootei-H advance upon
them in phalanx. The nccuidon
Ih the flrnt uncial (.boot f the
CHIC.UIO, J ,111. s. (A. 1'.) The
American trapnhooting aMHoolatlon
opened ttx annual meeting Friday, but
becaiiHc of the lar volume of bu-
Odds Offered by French and hciiboii for the clubmen and jack ! 1u!k to be attended to, the award of
English That Championship;
Will Be Annexed by Their!
Favorite From American. !
MOW VOKK. .Ian U lllu ll,.r,rv I.
i'arrell, 1 . I'. Htafr CorreHpondent.)
UKI i:NA, Mont., Jan. N.-IA. !'.)
Kill In YellowHtone jinllonal park
fared better duriiiK the hunting reason
which cloned ChrlemaH day than they
"c """ H ,";k fr"m l'-"l'Hy by Tex (Vllourke,
Id a M.1U IIO'Ol KIVI'O imii tiy iiiw iiimi:c
Jack Dempsey mav knoi k out (;eor-,
lies (urpeiitler but ln.'ll never beat!
'i bin is a bit of Hrltixh loijie I roucht i
raliblts are to be the onai'ry.
Where the two teams will
shoot Ih known only to their ro-
apeclive captalnH. At 6 a. m.,
the conlcHtantH will leave; I'endle-
tin for the rabbit arena of the
west end and at 6 tomorrow 4
evening they will be back. The
ahool In the nature of a con-
test, with the loser due to furnish
the Crand American handicap will be
made at Saturday's session. Cleveland.
Atlantic City and Chicago are tht
chief contestant for the shoot.
The association standardized state
zone and national tourneys by decid
ing on I'OO targets for all championship
rnetts. It also wan decided to hold a
professional event In connection with
II slate and national tournament.
a baiuun t for the winner, ban I'l'o shoot to be from 16-yard rise and
fo U.e Montana otate game warden.
Uecause of lacK oi snow and severe
weather In the park the ell: strayed
In th protected urea and did not come
to the lower levels In Gallatin and l'ark
counties. I'mmlly the elk come out of
tho park to feed and are an easy tar
Ketfor huntTS. Nisi year In Gallatin
and Park co'.niieH, It Is estimated,
consldcraMy under 4, "Oil elk. were
killed. Deer also. It was rtated, stray
ed wlth'n the park boundaries and not
manv of t'iee an'ma's were killed.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
THE FINEST ON THE PRESENT DAY MARKET
SOLID AND FREE FROM FROST
Pendleton Trading Co.
-If It's on the Market Wc Have It"
liowman and Hoi liauni are cap-
tains of the teams.
matchmaker of tho International
HportliiK Club, who recently made a
tour of Europe for amateur talent. !
It Is a rather unbiue way of figurine I
a flKht, but It shows how the liritlsh
differentiate between fighting and j
boxlnc , I
In ltd a Vrimfd r.ril i ,, !
to O'Kiiurke, It Is an opinion close to
LLnULIVj 111 liLLUiHU
i conviction that Carpentler will be i
the next world's hcavjm eif.;ht cham-j
'''"n' j Vernon, winner of the coast league
l-raiicc Will Offer Odds j penant for 1920, was bv six points the
In France they are offering odds of , , ,.,, ,h in ,,. ..p-puit.
two.to one while the British are will-'cord In to the official club and Indi
ini! to wa ;er at five to four that Demp-, f)eldln ,.vcra!,C!) released todav.
y will lose to the Frenchman. Th(1 Tie,,ri( fk.Wed .s72 in iw games,
,ne nave never seen uempsey ano haninng 54flI p.JtoutH and 2552 assist
w ith only 2-8 errors.
The J'acific coast was divided inn
two zones, the northwestern, to Include i
Washington. Oregon, Idaho and Mon
tana; the southern zone will be made
up of California, Nevada, i'tah and
Wyoming. Yearly averages will b
computed from a basis of l'M,i(l regis
tered targets instead of from 20"", af
The I'un.ima canal zine was granteil J
a district association and will be rep-i
resented in the grand American.
Zone championships were awarded j
as follows: )
t'nutprn ;,i Vew Haven. Conn.. 1
southern at Atlanta, Ga.; Great LiikesjVV
at Minneapolis, Minn.: Prairie at Hur-
D.; Pacific coast at Tacoma, j
No dates were set
With every pair of Men's Pants that is bought be
tween 5:30 and 8:30 this evening we will give one
solid leather belt to fit the wearer, free. .
Men's Work Pants $2.43 to $4.93
Men's Dress Pants $3.43 to $7.50
Men's Riding Pants $3.45 and $3.93
Men's Heavy Overalls $1.49
745 Main St.
they rank him on a par with Hill llreij'
nan, Frank Moran and others or.thf- UiATinMAI fll ATCI ID flnl C
so-called xecond division of American ad Tn a j "H ' lVn"U " " WW"
"Then,,-, that Frank .Moran disposed,"' -T. That club also handled ..he j . pAY GOES TO ST. LOUIS
if Joe Iteckett, tlf Knglish champion
In two rounds did not cause the Kng
llsh to lose any of their enth isiasm
"True Moran did finish lteclictt In
wo rounds, but Georges did It In fifty
,.n.u tin lu w,i..rf 111 " ltf) t f.Yl.
CVer.llie Was ,VI. lie Ot.HlC -O rnma.
I.ctv Hlue. Portland first hns-.-man, was
NEW YOliK. Jan. 8. (A. P.) The
National Amateur ftolf champiofiBhip
of liIiT. That club also handled the
most chances. 83K6. Portland stood
fourth in fielding with a .H63 mark
for 1MI games. Salt Lake in ltife
games, had the same mark.
Mollwltz, sacramento first baseman,
led the initial sackers who played in j tournament for 1921 Tvas awarded to
HID or more contests. His scatson ; the ft. Louis Country club, Clayton
Ion experts commented.
. . '. r ' , ,,,,: most erratic, tossing away 33 chances
-one Ik sure of Dcmpseys defeat with ' ' ... . . -
he exc'-ritlon of Carpeir.ier himself, j
"I will do my best," the Frenchman
onftded to h's American, friend.
The loyu'tv with which the Knglis'a
ling to their consistently beaten and
'b'rsdl Idols. Itecl e'.t and Hornby
Veils seems to lie of the never-dylns
land endir,'; with a .mi figure.
Marty McGaffigan. also of .Sacra-
niento, was the steadiest second base
I man. making but 22 honbblcs in 151
I sanies for an average of .975. He was
I followed by Fisher, of Vernon, w ith a
71 average for ISO contests.
Tex Wistcrzil, Portland s third sack?
r. ended with the best average of the
,.H,.orte,l j torrid coi ner guardians. He handlec"
js;j cnances wiui 2 sop. g''" "'
!a .961 average, mil Slumpr. or f-eattie.
m : .
- " j
Major Wibon, who promoted
n.eckett - Moran show
"I'ltobrke to the I'icr when he was re- j
"I wish you would try and get sonn
f your good icm yweishts to come j
ver and meet l.cctteti Denipsey.
ri'iiniin, Fulton fir any-of them," lie
"Whet, after his experience with
,, Miil our chanson, regard-!- chances than any save the first
Johnny Mitchell, of Vernon, played
i .'l 1V4 yumes and Kiade only 47 error.'
I while handling 1 1 S3 chance". His wa.
jiho longest service record of any
cccst Icag:e inneiocr ana ne n:unncn
Mo., at the 27th annual meeting of the
Fnited States t!olf association here
The national open golf tournament
was awarded to the Columbia club
Chew Chase, Md.
I with all seriousness.
MITCHELL GETS DRAW
CAW SE CURED
Free Proof To You
!,:mc?ind Fn:,i.l:,t o. the Rei.i.l It air k t Pj' A yrt o n t hVy Mf"i i.v. hundd
end Yoa FRKK Tne wonden oin.li.hr.d in vnro n en will toproof. .,
COTID MltTOOY nni""""""""""
I. C. HUTZELL, DrtiegUt, 3604 We.t Main St., Fort Wayne, nd-
PletM ttad witlioU ewt Sf oahwlkn to at your Free JWI rettmrot.
trrci Anil No.
. Wednesday, January 12
RETURN OF THE PERENNIAL FAVORITE
Hoveib7, J i I of a.
V . I
Ceorge M. icel, of Portland, Hughle
'High, of Vernon and I;rlck Eldred of
! Seattle, were the league's three best
flcldln? outfielders. Jl nisei and U'.e.-'
ach made hup three errors while
handling 40t chances each. They
were given averagrs of .993. Kldred
made seven bobbles In SS games for a
figure of sr.. Keven pitchers fielded
fnnltle!y. P'll I'rough, of Riornmento
roing thrrneh 4 games and handling
1"7 chnncn with a skip. Forrest
Ca ly, of Sacramento, led the catchers
with a percentage of .983 in 103
uanus. : ' .
NTJW VOKK, Jan. S. Willie Jack
son of New York and IMnkey Mitchell
of Milwaukee fought 15 rounds to a
draw at Maijjsnn iuure Garden last
Major Ulddle, who was one of the
judges, decided in favor of Jackson.
While, Muliioon, the other Judge, gave
the bout to Mitchell. Referee Louis
White then declared the Iio.it a draw.
Mitchell weighed 1:J3 pounds and
Jackson 13t at 2 p. in.
From beginning to end the bout was
last. Mitchell landed more lrcfiiienuy i
but Jackson delivered tho heavier' 8AX WA.NCIS-. O, Jan. S.-(A. I .
blows. .Mitchells long arm became! - Assurances that money raised in the
entangled occasionally around his op-; r. H. to succor starving children of ,
ponents neck and he was tautioned Europe would be expended inthte
at least three times for holding. j country were contained In a t-Brani
Mitchell's best round was the seven-! from Herbert Hoover, received todav I
th i" which the men fought three times j l-y Frederick J. Kos.er. San a.vcbseo
back and forth across the ring und j : hairman of the European relief cou.i- J
were so busily cxchaiiRing blows at jell. ',, 1
the dose of the round that the a,.-; The movement ,o-obtain a , r. I n
spectators drowned ouljnom aiiifi. " .
I rnan nian or tne rein-i cuuien.
'tltuted by the California Industrie
I -sscciaton, representing various pro- j
I lucers and manufacturers of the state
9 to 12
Under Auspices American Legion
Gentlemen 75c Extra Ladies 10c
plause of the
tho sound of the gong.
i By Richard Walton Tully
Vr BETTER TKAJ4 LVER
tmm Favorite Drama
EXCEPTIONAL CAST WITH FLORENCE ROCKWELL
AND THE FAMOUS SINGING HAWAIIANS
SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
PFICES $2.00, $1.50, ?1.00, plus tax-MAIL ORDERS NOW
ASTt'lilA, Ore., Jan. . S. While a
larirn nortion of the northwest has
teen inundated by flood incident to the j
heavy rains of the past weeks aud i
wharves and wahchouses flooded. As-j
tona has suffered in nowise from
flooding of stores or docks. ,
In spite of any swollen condition 01 :
tho streams tributary to II, the lower j
t'ulumhia river has never been known j
ti, flood, due to the Immediate cvacua ;
lion of the harbor by the tide and iu ,
immense slue. The Port of Astoria ter-
initials with their valuable quantities
of goods have not suffered from tht
weather or water and their activities j
have progressed unhindered. j
Slides have 'blocked tho Columbia (
highway' entering the city, but tin
railway has been kept clear, save foi l
momentary interruption of service.
Tho terrific storm did not hinder tin
ntcamer Tiverton from crossing out t' i
sea Tuesday In the face of a '.Ii miu j
cule a feat which would have beei, j
Impossible before" tho channel win-
deepened to its present 4 2 foot mark, j
! TO IW I'STItiATK CONVICTS.
j. WASHINGTON, Jan." X. (A. 1M '
! The department of justice is invest
igating cases of persons convicted un-':
' der the espionage act. Including Hcbs,
to determine whether the fads war
rant n recommendation of pardon.
Effective with the
publication of this an
Batteries will be sold on
a H3W and materially
lower price level.
The same Willard
Now is the time to have that car
0. L ll AUTO CO.
We do painting.
Alta and Cottonwood Sts.
WHO PAYS THE FREIGHT?
noWNI- Y OITIDIXTS CHIP IV
III OrXIS AT CMCVKI. VM)
t I.KVl'l AND, .. Jan. s.--iA. P.I
! Dvny.- of Cleveland outpointed
Georgo Chip, former middleweight
i.i.i.i.c'Om oi a iti-round bout here lur-l i
night. They are iniddlew eights.
Why H nwntaut !" m ,lu''
10 la 60 roun.U. (wlitww l'"1 t;' 0 I
won.lerful'j fllcrlou. Mf. n:ittl Kwrf.n
(ml ) o. Ink mi Irrt Kfleiirrf SM 1U to!
of KOittitN tAbulM Cwanounml Krri tli
dniKlft'i. Follow d!rlioi unOoc mwiPT-r'-fuii,!
pirnlm Froolii'rt will t millfil roll FRtE I'T
K0REIN CO.. NE-. !:. .
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
hronlti and Nttvoua Disease ud
Disease Women. X-.cay Etactrc
OwDIa Ride. , Room U '
jHrjHESTL'R S PIL
10 Till- lUAOM am Ml.
It costs lots of money in bookkeeping and lost ae-
counts to do a credit business. Buy your Grocer-
quality backed by the ; iesfrom
same authorized Wil-. ,s
lard Service ;
Pendleton Storajie i
and pay for what you get and not for the fellow
who does not pay.
Cor. W. Court nml linrtkii. !
ltiU in ltrtl art) t.oll mtuilA'
hot, smlcst with IHii Rl'.-Noa.)
rnitt. A-d )e,Ul.rin-:H TPS!
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ifitS RL'UQ3TS OLW5
S Best Butter, '4 pounds $1.05
Cottolene 1 lbs. $1.13, 8 lbs. $2.13
isco, 6 lbs . $1.63
Hills Blue Coffee lb. 33c; 3 lbs. $1.03
Hills Red Coffee 1 lb. 50c, 5 lbs. $2.40
H Head Rice, 2 lbs 23c
Jap Rice, 10 lbs $1.00
Armour's Veribest Syrup, No. 10 tins, special 60c
is Olive Oil, Reinserts, pint 80c
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