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L ' DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 73 1927 " zTrrr? .-r--. - - -s
BIG LEAGUE OWNERS . LANDIS STARTS PROBE PROFESSIONAL TENNIS JfefegtoMP '
BURY HATCHETS AND OF ALLEGED GAMBLING, TOURNAMENT WILL BE . 1 SHOES'
hi nil r i ivn ir r nmi in i unttf r i r vi ahjax
i llu 111 i iiiniti 11 mi i ri f i t '-;, j if 1 1 '.' i r i . rt-v
Winner in Preliminaries Will Jj 'i,,J
be Pitted Against Jay Gould Ipty'' tc'tjpi H t-j h '
for Championship; Nine Set jj filfe; M&!fo J H dj U
Matches Are Rule. J Ij LfAA 'xrrrZ
CHICAGO, Jail. 13. (A. I
the Ifutfue nnd Intor-leaKUo disagree
ments settled nt Wednesday's baseball
meetings, the dull nwiicru, JmlKe Uin
dls, baseball commissioner, uml ihp
Minors is Adopted and in'"1"18 attorney's office iat niKht be-
llian m.'ikliiEr itliiMM uM,-. It u i.
Agreement Between Majors and
Ranks of Majors All Signs of!
Hard Feeling Pass.
pooted result In an early trial if the
linen Indicted for the aliened thruj
jliiK of games In the 1919 world ser.
CHICAGO. Jan. 13. (A. P.) Or-j George Gorman, assistant state's
Kanlzed baseball Wednesday swept the j attorney, announced that th.f Indicted
hint vestige of disagreement from ltd men would he arraigned about Feb
rankB In conference which brought ruary 1 and that an immediate trial I
' signed peace agreement not only be- would be held. The Amorican lea-1
iween tne major and minor leagues, ruo appropriated Jlo.finu to he lined In
but between the Individual clubown-lthn prosecution. The nilnor leagues
era. The (wn mnnr leui-tlo. .ltriwl vciIa.4 ...I,- i - . . -
the new national acrec-menl malcinu wlm h. .,.u. i ... .,1 ""Wi'iHiiST tomorrow
, "7 ....., ,.it.L ii KriiiK-n nil llie
jutiKe Lunula Dnaeball commlHl(iner.riielfle roam with fred McMiillln,
wun uprvnio powern ana tne minor i indicted Chicago White Sox nlaver
rHILADKLI'HI., Jan. 13. (A. P.)
For the first time In the history of j
wie jrincea uame" in Amcrca. a
j profesHlonal court tennin tournament
i la to be Jilayed here. Arrangements
I have been completed by1 the members
1 of the Philadelphia I!aciiiet Club to
huve the event decided on ltn courts
The winner ot
an' ""'"Jot v. in jifv:i.T. jajf UUUIU,
-l-i. niiinn:u v ll.x 111 IFIOII III .rtUI-
leaguei nlgned an, agreement with
Judgo andla aa their ruler, but It
differed In one word from that flgned
by the major. Thin difference, It de
veloped, voi due to amiHunderataurl-
and KUKpcndcd coast player recently
' Juduo-tJindla wild Hhnt If the men
are "found not guilty by a Jury or by
a Julf-"o they will not lipcetwarlfv be
Ing In the Joint meeting of drafting allowed to return to organized base
committees Tuemlay when the nuree.
mentfWaa drawn up, mid It vih an
nounced that ns toon ua poxslble the
minora would algn an agreement Iden
tical with the one upprovd by the
The Individual major league club
ownera also algned a lorur.ict agree
ing mil to crltlclae each other public
ly and to accept any
by Judge Landla.
Included were rrealdent Johniwn
of the American league and two of the
three cluhownera who have fought
hla adfinlatrntlnn Charlea A. Comla
key of Chicago, and Jucob Kuppcrt of
New York. Harry Fraiea of lioalnn
the third, announced he wmild xlgn.
The signing of the niUonul ngi-ee-ment
brought a sharp atau-ment from
Judgo I .a mil concerning the powers
he must be given and led to erroneous
reporta that he had- issued an ultima
tum giving the club owners 15 mln
utes to make changes he demanded.
The Judge did not act a time limit but
did Issue an ultimatum telling the
clubownera that hla powers must be
When the new national agreement
was brought before the league repre
aenttalves. It contained a section say
ing that the commissioner, after an
Investigation, "could' recommend such
action aa he deemed advtaable.''
Judge Landla Interrupted . to aay
that thla must read "lake such ac
tion." "You have told the world that my
powera are to be supreme," he said.
'To give me the power merely to I
toll. They must .first satisfy me. as
tommlKslcner, and I do not hesitate to
ny that dec'Hlon similar to that on
tbo coast where a Judge ruled ihn:
ihpow'iir "iiniM was not a criminal
offense, will not satisfy me."
It developed that Judge Uandls al
ready has held several Informal con-f'-rencen
with members of the state's
decision made ' attorney's staff over the trial and that 1
he has studied the records of the trial
of the Pacific coast players.
Whether the acused men are found
guilty or Innocent the trial will re
sult In the stamping nut of gambling
he said. "For suitable anion will be
taken against any men who have not
acted Justly In fulfilling their con
tracts." ' . ,
CO-EO BASKETBALL AT
0. A. C. IS LOOKING UP
COjtVAI.Uf. Jan. 13. Interest in
co-ed basketball la now keen at the
college, 20 girls, turning out Uir prac
tice regularly. Three members or
1 il 20 varsity fiti.-id are trying out for
their fornittr positions on the team.
Alta Mentzer, last years captain,
and alar forward, will trv out. Ieta
Ageo. captain, nnd Gladys Johnson,
also three-year varsity "o" girls, will
be out for their formers placee
A first and second team will he
takes nH power out of chosen from the best players on the
Kindness or Cruelty?
f ) -.ii K t ;
V- The New YorSt toclety wortan who owna tins canine "beao bnii.
'ttal" thinks ah is being very kir.U to him. flut fs K renlly kindneM
or Is It cruelly, to bundle ut. dog like that? Wli.ti Co you tlilnb"
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATIpN
Free Sales Day
December 16th was redeeming day in our
store. Bring in your sales slips of that day and
take away the cash or its equivalent.
This means a" neat saving to our customers
in sums ranging from one dollar to twenty;
enough saved in one day's purchase to pay for a
week's groceries ,
, If you are not a customer and taking advant
age of our low prices you should investigate at
Pendleton Trading Co.
-If It's on the Market Wc Have Itw
i;rica, In a nine-set challenge, round
match, the first four sets of which ar
to be played on the Philadelphia club's
court on January 19 nnd the remain
der of the contest at the same place on
January 21. If the challenger defeats
Oould he will receive a purun of l,nun,
but If tlnuld wins the professional will
receive only $5(1".
Each mntch In the professional tour
nament will be for the best In five
sets, the deriding set to be "deuce and
advantage." The players as follows:
It. Itufton, Tennis and Racquet Club
cf Iloslon vs. Joseph lloss, Philadel
phia liacipiet Club; Jack So'.itnr, Phil
adelphia Ilacipiet Club vs. Otto Olock
er, Huston Athletic Association and C.
J. "Punch" Farls, Long Island, N. Y.
On the second day the winner of
tho first two matches' will meet and
the victor In that contest will play
Fairs to' decide which of them la tol
Play against the American Amateur
and open ch:implon In the ChallenKV
round two days later.
,In the event of his winning against
the professional who will oppose him
It would not surprise the foll-vers of
this game to find Mr. Gould Bfsertini,
his ability to play again successfully
for the world's open championship
title which he relinquished in Novem
ber 1816. In 1914 Gould beat tha
Kngllsli professional G. F. Covey fot
the worlri's championship In Philadel
phia. There was to have been a re
turn match In ICngland the following
year but the world war upset afl
chance ot Its being even thought oi
and two years later Mr. Giiold author
ised Mr'. At'.' H. T. lfnhn, of-PhtlaileJ-phla,
to write a letter to England
to the effect, that he (Gould i haci
relinquished his tltlo of world's, open
court tennis champion as he flt it
Inexpedient for him to 'defend his
title. ii 191 5 when it was announced
In Philadelphia that Mr. Gould was
willing to defend his title of world's
tennis champion, the Kngllsli press
nuhllshed a lelled signed "Wentwnrlh"
claiming that as Mr. Gould had re
linquished the title and had not play
ed a return match when challenged.
under the agreement, the tllte had
reverted to the KrigMsh professional
A Sat Cold to
Quality im1 Fair
Our Catalog It the
lor North vest grow
er, lining our com
plete lines ol Seeds,
Trees and Plants,
and Bee Supplies,
5pravs and Spray
ers, Dairy SuppUcs
giving information as to season, soil and climate.
Fvt your land to work for profit
You can t afford to tie up your land or spend
time and labor on any but the best stock. Order
Diamond Quality stock and be sure of getting the
finest strains and the right varieties for your
, iiamuMu vuaiuy vataiog in If
your possession as quickly as yon can. It will lr
oav voul a -i. e . i
-1 nn rur v.ainiog no. .
OUR PRICES ON SHOES ARE ALWAYS
lien's Mahog. Brown Blucher Shoes, Goydjfcar '
'welt sole . .' $3.00 .
lien's Cordo. Brown Blucher Shoe, Goodyear
welt soles, a regular .$10.00 shoe $6.30 ,
Men's Black or Brown Work Shoes, solid leather
nailed soles' $1.30
Boys' Brown English Bal. rubber ' heels, solid
leather throughout, a $G.50 value. . $1.23
Boys' Army Shoes, solid leather. . $3.45 to $4.30
Ladies' 1-strap leather house slippers.,.. $2.43
Ladies' Julietts , : . . . $2.93
Ladies' Fine Dress Shoes $4.93 to $9.30
THE HUB -
745 Main St.
HMS M)T,(IM, PI Kill- u after tho Jtbhle Mitchell-I.eonard
HpOKAN'K, Wash., Jan. 13 (A P i , YorK' tomorrow night, it i February 5.
-W. G. (1. Fot a. alais .lin.mle'ni,,;. iLe"nard W."1S- I The challen
it Is proliable that the, schedule n
American championships, practically
decided upon, wiil be changed at ihe
annual meeting of the association here
rounds for tile Davis
arrested hero yesterday for passing
a check, whi'-h the police ulx-ge to
be worthless confessed late today, ac
cording to the police authorities, that
he was not Jimmie fling, the Cincin
nati National league pitcher. fo: '
the police believe, is Insane.
tne tnicaKo Tighter said that "In- Cup will be held at Forest Hills. L. I.
fluences close" to Tex Richard had (Out of deference to Tilden, his home
prevented his appearance at .Madison town, Philadelphia,' -will get the na
Squar? Garden no far hut he, believed ; tional singles championships, the dou
he had overcome 'these and tht thlhloa tirlo n-ni k .i.mh q. vvi
on. coiiid h arranged.
(;i-X)i:;k i' iu;iir; aimdixtki
MAXAtiKIl AT WASIIIMiTON
VVAS'HIXGTON', Jan. 13. (A. P.)
George McPride, forme shortstop
and captain, was appointed today
manager of the Washinctnn American
h ague club. Clark Griffith, ' presi-
dent of the club and former manat;rjr, j
v.HI devote himself to executive dut-i
les, and scouting.
'hite is still talking about his fight
with leonard at lienlon Harbor, when
h knocked the champion down, al
though Leonard came back and slippee
over the K. O. In the fourteenth round
He thinks that lx?onard' has been slip
pins since that fight.
If)ini.M M AltRFTS STEADY.
-FOUTLAXIV Jan. 13. All markets
are steady here today;
ALL BIG TENNiS PLAY
1L CENTER !N U.S.
SlOfX (ITV 11AXTAM GIVKV
WIV ON UK dOKV W HWAltTZ
PIOUX CITY, la., Jan. 13 (A. P.I
Karl McArthur of Siiiux City, de
feated Joey svhuaitz- of Minneapolis,
In their 10-rotind hout here last to
night, Tho men are bantamweights.
OF NEXT BOXING PAGTj CHARLEYWHIWANTS
NF'.V YOP.K, Jan. 13. (A. P.)
The Xt .v York state boxins ctunmis
sion and IK'ense committee today de
clined to become a member of the
newly formed national boxing asso
ciation of the United Slates. The de
cision was made public in an official
statement, which said:
"It is our decision that we cannot
subordinate our functions nnd author
ity, clearly defined In the Wulker law,
to the Jurisdiction of nn outside un
official body of any character.''
The Massachusetts slate boxing
commission has taken a similar posi
tion. Today's session of the convention
of the boxing association was devot
ed principally to the election of of
ficers nnd the adoption of the consti
tution and by-laws ns well as the rules
and regulations governing boxing. Y.
H. l.lginger of Milwaukee, was elect
ed president. W. A. Tremblay, Miles
City, Mont.,' was chose first vice-president..
'The three outstanding points In the
rulos ndopted were: First, that no
offender In any one state shall
punishable In all other states af
filiated with the national hody: sec
ond, a champion shall be compelle !
to defend his title every sx months,
if ho is challensed by a logical con
tender approved by tho national hew
ing association: third, admission to
boxing bouts under any and all cir
cumstances shall not be In excess of
STHIKrs PPKI.IStlKP.K IV r.cr
SALEM, Jan. 1.1. (C. p.i C.
Chapman, .editor of the Oregon voter
was scored by several senators for
NEW TOHK. Jan. 13. (By Henry
I- Fiirrell, r. P. f-'taff Correspondent.!
America wil be the scene of prac
tically nil of the big.tcnnis activities ot
The recent winning of the Davis Cup
I y William T. Tilden and William .-
Johnston will bring the biggest ciassic
of the court to American turf.
Foreign nations have until March 1
to-challengc for the cup and it is prob
able that five or six will seek to wrest
the trophy from the American players.
the national singles and doubles
attacks in the Voter on a member of championships probably will draw a
the senate. Senator Jos ph in exiu-es- j number of foreign stars here for com-
siing his sentiments toward the pul'li-l petition.
cation, hurled a hound volume or the William T. Tilden. winner "of the
Voter at its publisher striking Chap-1 Hritsti national championship at Vim-
'v.i"i i.im e-rii, win reiurn to ICng
land t r defend h's title. Johnston f nd
a number of the leading American
players will likely accompany him and
tlioy will make up a contingent to in
vade the Flench national championships.
. Officials- of the V. P. Lawn Tennis
.association are maKing an enort to
induce Mme. Suzanne Lenglen, the
famous French girl star to compete in
the American National championships i
and make an exhibition tour across the
She is without
man full in the face.
Hills, the national woman's champion
ships and thtr national intercollegiate
champion both in Boston.
, This schedule, while tentative, hns"
the support of practically all of the
bodies affiliated with the natiomU as- -
f if Wo "cure" but heipa to re.
I 9 duce paroxysms cf coughing ,
CHICAGO, 111., Jan. 13 (V. P.I
tharley White, on whom Chicago still
lays its claim to pugilistic honors, Is i country to the coast.
clamoring for another chance at lien-j doubt the greatest of all girl players.
oy u'"i" aim uie ugio iSiu ciiazu- tire snowing at the Olympic games
pionship. j proved it.
White sii'd he was 'making every ef- Since the winning of the rinvis Cu:
(Mi man can retire some-
of his surp2us CdJPfdZr
by bxn2an by mail '
ONl &ood argument in favor
of a man's mailing; some of
his money to an out-of-town
bank is that it removes from the ,
active capital he uses, to operate
with day by day, a certain amount
of money that he can feel has been
placed beyond the accidents of bus
iness chance. Full information
SWIMMERS SET DATES
FOR SPRING'S EVENTS;
NBW YORK, Jan. 13. (A. P.)
Pates for national amateur champion
ship swimming events were announc
ed last night lis follows:
Man's :120-yard free style, N. Y, A.
C, Dirch 1. '
ino-vai'ds free stylo, llrooUllnft
(Mass.) Swimming Club, March 3.
SOO-yards free style. Great Ijnkes
tavl trp.ininsr s,at!on, March 15.
2-0.vnrds senior breast strike and
women's pnnlor relay, Olympic Club,
San Francisco, April 2".
M IS Sl'Tlll'ltl.ANO 1UM G11T
MY T1GFI5S Klt(l ltHTIAXn
CHClAtio. Jan. 13. (A. P.) Pre
r'e" Frank Navln of the Detroit
American leag'.ie club last nl-1
-3 nio-'-has1 of Pitcher
-Uithcrland f'.om tho rorllond club.
Right Food a Big Facta
' in keeping one sturdy
and fit to do things
is awheat and "barley food
that is scientifically made
for a definite purpose.
It has delicious taste, is
easy to digest; and con
tains, all the building values
of the grains that make
for health and comfort.
In Price, Workmanship and Promptness
Job Printing Department
when you patronize The East Oregonian
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Red Mex. Beans, 14 lbs $i.f)0
Crystal White Soap, 14 bars $1.00
Flour, 49 lb. ack $2.(il); barrel $10.20
Ectr-t Crepe Toilet Paper, 4 for 23c
Eastern Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack 50c
Hils Blue Coffee, 1 lb. 33c; Z lbs $i.o.y.
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for . 23c
Hills Red Coffee 1 lb. 30c; 3 lbs $2.40
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