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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19, 1921.
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IF DUSTER MAILS IS
IN LASTSEASON FORM
fcope Hag It That Cleveland
Will Have Best of 1921
Race Providing TwirlerB Per
form to 1920 Standard.
NEW YORK, Jan. 19. (Henry L.
Farrell, N. P. Correspondent.) Willi
Duater Mulls In tho aamo from Ihut
marked hla mound work In tho hurt
leu of last aeason'n pcnnunt nice,
Cleveland fan. re expecting 'another
American League pennant In 1H21. .
"It' all up to my pitcher," Trlii
Speaker, manager and outfield ntnr of
the world'! champions, Mid.
Three good pitcher with iitrnng
arms can win a pennant race, an the
White Ro showed In 11119 when Olea-
Kon hud to depend on Clcotte, Willlama!
The diminutive Texan, It will he re
membered came to the ri'Hcue of the
overworked pair of lub stars In mld
ntUNon, um uu Malta did lust year to
take the burden off I!u(fljy and Cov
elcakle. The Indians ahould have the abort-,
field In the hands of a more depend
able fielder than Joe (Jewell, but he
may mirpriHO the fnim who diaagree
with Manager Speaker and declare he
never will make a ball player.
Unions the miracle of the ageii hap
pen and a manic wand Is waved over
the White Sox, the, Indians will have
to beat only tho Saw York Yankees
and perhaps the Kt. UhiU Drowns,
Whom the Mound ,Clty funs.' assert
need only a good pitcher to put them
In the race.
Two big trades strengthened the
Yankees in the field and behind the
bat but they still have a hole In the
gardens and unloHa Walte Hoyt lives
up to the hopes that Manager Uug
glns has In the youth, the pitching de
partment will be no stronger.
With some good pitching work the
llrowns would be a mighty dangerous
club with the array of batting talent
they have In their lineup.
Hi OUALITY SERVICE ' SANITATION ll
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Oil La J 1 1 I .a 0,
1 lb. (flats) Salmon. 12 l-2c, 2 for 25c
2 lbs. Hominy and Milk, 2 for. . . . 25c
Walnuts 15c, 8 for $1.00
Pendleton Trading. Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
ADVANCED AS POSSIBLE
Men Interested in Sports Are in
Favor of Gymnasium to Be
Operated by Competent Paid
Manager in Pendleton.
Kfforts to keep alive an athletic club j
for adults and to establish a club,
room for boys will be made by local I
committees working In conjunction I
with the Community Hervice program
it was decided last nlitht at a meeting
called of men interested In athletic ac
tivity In J'endlcton. Fifteen repreaen
tatlve men met with H. E. Tucker, or
gantzer, and decided to shape a course
for he continuance of the Pendleton
Athletic Club as a unit of the com
munity organization which will soon
be formed here. ,
Fred Reunion, county agent, wa
placed at the head of a committee of
seven which will meet at i o'clock thi
afternoon to report. Debts outstand
ing against the I'cndleton Athletic
Club, now defunct, will be listed and
a proposal made to liquidate these
debts for title to the equipment which
was installed by, the club In its present
quarters In the Milarkey building. Or
the committee with Mr. Henlon were
earned; Carl Peters, representing the
athletic club; Hex Kills, former pres
ident of the club; nev. O. I- Clark, of
the Hotary club; Itev. Alfred Ixck
wood, John Lamberth, and Mr. Tuck
er. The lelecittp nrewent Inst niaht
j agreed upoa two thing1, first that
j there Is In Pendleton a need for an
athletic club, featuring business men's
j classes nnd other Indoor sports, chiefly
I competitive wilhln the club, and, sec
irnd, thut In order for this club to
thrive, n full-time and competent man
1 after Is needed. 1
j Under the proposed community pro
gram the community director could
i devote considerable of his time to the
executive duties of the athletic cluo
1 gymmi'lum, Mr. Tucker said. In win
i ter, wln.n classts are held nnd Indoor
j touriiiin nts along- various lines ncin,
uii extia man., to conduct the work,
I could I e cbt'.uied.
I The present quart cm were declared
suitable by the !rt n present. There I.'
I now an Instantaneous hot water heatel
kind i the," ttMHiialtis In the bultdin
I ir,U'leJ JjsJheuul,, which will prob.
jabiy be turned over to the new organl
Izatlnn for the liooldation of back rent.
Ilkht at"! I illh
in li Adults, 35c
New Is the Time to Buy
Boy a Suit ,
.$15.00 Boys' Suits, now
$15.00 Boys' Corduroy Suits
S12.50 Bovft' Suits
MEN'S LEATHER VEST
$15.00 Corduroy Vest 9-$2
$14.50 Sheep Lined Vest 222
$14.50 Leather Lined Vest 9-90
$12.50 Mule Skin Vest $9-90
MEN'S WORK PANTS ;
$7.50 to $9.50 Values, now
56.50 to $7.50 Values, now ,
54.50 Values, now
MEN'S DRESS PANTS
510.00 Values, now ..;
57.50 to $8.50 values, now
TTT T II To
745 Main St.
Hequest was made by the Americat
Legion for aslFtance in getting th
gym :ii!;rlc:;s opened so that boxen
ho are listed fo oppcur on the Feb. I
'ard liere mav have a place to tra'n
At j reset. t the Rym Is closed for non
r .mei,t of tt r.t and gas and pow.:,- it
denied 1 the company pending a, Sii
tlemcnt of t e balance.
TOMORROW TO BAHLE
Bring the Strengthof
Into Your Home
EAT MORE BREAD
Bread nature's own food is man's besjt aid
to good health
contains all the energy and vigor that the golden
wheat gives forth. And its other healthful in
gredients, such as yeast, milk, sugar and lard,
gives it the delicious flavor that makes eating a
Eat more bread and choose as your favorite
brand Harvest Bread.
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Coach and Six Players Have
Three Games in Store for
Trip to Colfax and Pullman,
Including W. S. C. Frosh.
CALIFORNIA JUNIOR GOLF
TOURNAMENT IS JULY 21
BEL MONTR. Cal., an. 19.- An
nouncement was made here recently
'hat the second annual California
rtate Junior so!f championship tour
nament will be played on the Do!
Monte course July 21-24 under the
luspices of the California Golf Asso
Alterations arc being made at the
I'ebble Peach course, near here,
which will lengthen it to 6250 yards
maktns it a standard tourse in every
way. New (treens have been put in
at the first, seventh, ninth and twelfth
holes and a new green Is planned for
ISIVF.ltSlTY OF WYOMING IS
IN HOCKY MOrXT.MX IHCl IT
DENVER, Colo., an. 19. (A. P.
The University of Wyoming recently
was admitted to the Krrt-ky mountain
. Six pttVr -and-Coarft Pick HanTryr
representing I'cndleton hiph school's
basketball squad, wilt take train to
i.iorrow momlnft for I'uilnian. Wash..
ji a three-yarne Invasion of the Pa
!c;c country. They plan a ganre
Thursday niKht with either Ccdfax or
li.niicott high school, Friday nifih;
with the f.-eshmen of Washington
Slnte Collepe and Saturday night with
Pullman high schoid.
Since the game two weeks ago with
"A alia Walla hlsh school, the local
team's chances have looked much bet
ter. The boys held th?ir hosts to a
il-20 sccre and surprised even them
selves by their work. Hanley Is plan-
j ning on giving the lcst game Friday
ubht 'Crhen the w . S. C. fresnmcn are
Mvron Hanley. younger brother of
the co.-.ch end forward, has been ill
-vith a- cold since Sunday and, white he j
w.U be able to make the trip, he may j
lot be in shape to play before Friday !
r.teht. He is one of the dependable of j
iho squad and h's loss would make.
quite a hole In the teamwork. j
Hcsides yoting Hanley. the coach i
Ml! take along Kenneth Stendnl, for-!
ward; Dick Lawrence, center; Bill
Kramer and Captain Charley Cahill,
iimrds, and John Henderson as spare.
In case ITanley Is out of the lineup,
Cahill will co to h's old position at
forward and Henderson will fill in at
uard. Ho has b."cn showing a lot or
improvement In this, his fiist season
out, and is expected to develop into a
valuable man. '
The Friday night game will be ploy-!
ed as a. curtain raiser to the first of
two games between the University of j
Washuigtoh and Washington State1
College varsities. The local lads will
get a. chance to see the two college
ter.ms In action. Saturday night they :
piny down town In .Pullman, with the
high school five of that town.
The trip to the Willamette valley, ;
sot for next week end, probably Will
have to be called off. Coach Hanley j
n vs. Tho expense of such a Jaunt will :
not he borne sufficiently by the fresh- I
man teams of Oregon Agricultural Col
lege and the University or Oregon ana
the local school does not leei noie to .
go in the hole the amount necessary
to make the trip. i
Three of the five men on the squad
are not likely to enter either cjt the
valley Institutions and this fact. It is
believed, dors not make them anxious,
to look over the local athletes. Jens
Terjeson. the only member of the
quad to graduate nnd signify his in
tention of going to college in this state, :
has given up basketball. Myron Hon-
Icy will go either to W. S. C- or Uuiver
dty of Washington. Kramer, who has
mother venr In high school. Is slated ,
for W. C. nnd Ptendal. with parents.
In Seattle, likely will wind up at the
nlversltv of Washington. ;
The three day trip to the Palouse
-ountry will enn Mimmy an.....-..:
with the return of the squad on .no. i j
t i:: p- m. j
How On 3 Woman
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every ttote in the Union by men :sd
women on the recommendation of
thote who already have been relieved
of kidney trouble and bladder ail
ments by this ttcrling family remedy.
Comparatively little advertising bas
been done for Foley Kidney Pills,
yet they are well known, and those
who know their splendid healing
properties never accept an imitation
or substitute for the genuine Foley.
Paint Banished; Health Restored
"In September. 1813, 1 wis stricken with
lumbago end was unsble to turn myielf in
bed. 1 wu under the care -of a physician
but obtained CO relief. A neighbor brousht
me a half bottle.) Foley Kklne Pilla; aaid
she h3d been similarly afflicted and they had
relieved her. So 1 tried them, and alter
taking three bottle, was well and on my
feet. 1 most, heartily ncommend Foley
Kidney Pilis. I have never known them to
fail." Mrs. G. H. Evelaad, Duncan (dills,
Foley Kidney Pius
aid and assist nature. They strengthen
and invigorate weak or diseased kid
neys and help to keep the blood
clean and pure, relieving backache,
rheumatic paint, himhalo, stiff or awolleo
jotiiti tore mutctet, puSiDeM under the eyet,
Ir.nSuidoett and other aymptoioa of tiJaer
trouble or bladder ailment.
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SAX FKANCISCO, Jan. 19. (A.
p )nuriiig the 1920 season the eight i
-labs of the Pacific Coast l'aseball
U-uguo had on their salary rolls 214
men, nn average of about i players
'or each team. Heattle. Salt, l-'ike and
Portland emplied H men each, the
miallest number In the leaeue. Oak
land and Saa Francisco led the list
with 13 players during the season.
The greet tsurfca, cf joy dnd etiiterrentj i
'The Marie of Zorrd
fiorn rheJl-Skru'ifeij'ijvel TeCir cf Cap'tslMno
by Johnston tvi'Qiiieg Directed by Frecj Niblo.'
Brings to the scioen a wholesorne.qirtqenj mixture
cf melodrama and vigorous comsdt, crammed,
w'irh vhiri-wind action, thrills, suspe.Tse and irresistible
fumy anqleauith nwsr a let-up in its headlong pace
fi'Ofnjthe very start to the rip-roaring, rattlincj,
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AL ST. JOHN in "FIRED AGAIN.'
Quality PRINTING a! Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department
You Can Do a Little Better at Conroy's
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER ....
Lard No. 3, 7oc; No. 5, 2o No. 10, $2.23
Good Crepe Toilet Taper, 5 for 23c
Hills Blue Coffee 1 lb. 33c, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for .". 23c
Olive Oil (Eeimku-tos) ....Tint SOc, quart $1.50
This is a Spanish Oil, best on the market.
Wessons Oil, quart 70c
Sugar, sack $10.23
Flour sack $2.60, barrel $10.20
Yakima Spuds, 100 lbs $2.23
Quaker Oats, large package, each 40c
Gal. Black Berries, each $1.20