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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1921.
PETE HERMAN IS HOME
FROM BRITISH CONQUEST
ARE FEW. SAYS ONEi
Big Money in Ring Sport Goes
to Boxers Who Stand no
Chance of Financial Loss,
NEW YOrtK, Jan. 25. (Hy Henry
It, Farrell, United Pdess Staff Corres
pondent.) Promoter who gnlnlo the
boxing game withy Ideas of Kettlnif
rich quick are blowing bubbles, ac
cording to John S. Smith, chairman
of the New Jersey State boxing com
MEW YORK. -Jan. 25. (A.
Pete Herman, former bantamweight
boxing champion who defeated Jimmy
Wilde 111 a boxing bout on January
13, arrived hero today from Englund
VALLEY TRiP CALLED
Elderly People Need This
V. V .
OAKLAND, Cal., Jan. 25. (A. P.)
More new face will be seen In Pac
ific Coast rtascball Ixague lineup
this year than during any other sra-
Bon In five years, according to reports
received here. Kvcry club on the cir
cuit will have new players.
This year will also find two new
Coant League manager, William Ken-
"Oulslde of boxing circles it Is the worthy of the Heattle club and Cllf-
common belief that promoters are
making huge sum of money under
the high prices that have prevailed
during the past year, but It Is not so,"
"The commission knows It to be n
:fuct that very few promoters In New
Jersey found thcmesclves rich when
they figured up their winnings at the
,nd of U20. What big money was
made In the ring went to the boxers
who never take a chance.
'One, big club In New Jersey loKt
$15,000 and onne of the clubs earned
a very big margin on their Investl
mnt. "There Is no money in tho big
flghta. The promoters who mude
money In New Jersey Inst year were I
the little fellows who staged small
ford Cravath of Seattle. Kenworthy
succeeds Clyde Wares and Cravam
takes Ernie Johnson's place.
Portland's club, which Is to be re
built, probably will present more new
rlaycrs than any other. Iteports from
the north say Manner e Walter Mc-
( rcdle Is planning on ten men "who
Pendleton Tossers Will Meet
Ad Dewey's Quintet in Own
Gymnasium Thursday and
Friday Night of This Week.
It of J.v. Caldwell'
TSJEAKT.Y pr-o, !a os they tdvance
in ;i:;s u". "tr Sn.rn chrome constipa-
A trip to J'aker this weekend will
ho substituted for a proposed Jaunt to
the Willametlo valley, Coach i)ick
Hanley, of Pendleton high school's
suad, said today. The Karnes with
llalfer set for late In February were
moved ahead to Thursday and Friday
nights of this week and the souad
will leave here Thursday morning for
the Hceno of the conflict.
Baker will return the compliment
a week hence, meeting the green and
gold In a two-game series on the local
floor on Friday and Saturday, Feb.
4 and 5. Maker is considered to have
the team thai Pendleton must beat in
order to claim the Eastern Oregon
honors, as Lu firande is said to lack
were not In the 11)20 snuad. Salt Lake
also will be partly rebuilt, the sale of
Hheely and Johnson tu the Chicago
White Sox having left a hole In the
club's offensive front.
On tho other teams prohaly from
three to six new players will appear.
Oakland Is after Inflelders and a cou
ple of right handed pitchers. Sea'tle
expects two or three Inflelders and
pitchers. The Sacramento squad will
not show many changes, although
bouts In small arenas regurlarly. Bev- j Manager Hill Rodger expects to have
ral of these "little" promoters stag- a new Inflelder and pitcher. San
ed bouta weekly and made from 1 10 j Francisco and Vernon are In the same
position of needing lnfielers and pit
chers. Los Angeles has aciuircd two
outfielders and needs a catchers and
to $200 on each. It wasn't big money
In the modern Interpretation of the
word, but It aatisfled them.
"These little promoters helped the
game also because they gave the fans ! -
good sport at small prices and htey , MOXTAXA KTAH P.FTntVS TO
enabled young boxers to get a start. I COACH 1(121 IMAMONH TI'.AM
When the big promoters with all stnri , MIHSOl'LA, Mont., Jan. 2 5. Her
affalrs control the field, the onlyjttert Vitt, three times captain of I'ni
chunce a young boxer Is to get on In j verslty of Montana baseball team,
one of the preliminaries and there are 'has returned to school nnd will coach
this season's nine. Vitt is a pitcher.
I'nder conference rules he will not be
eligible to play this year.
always a score of applicants for every
Ring followers close to Tex Welf
are! assert that a winner of big money:
bouts In Madison Square Clarden has- I (XTH VI.I MADK PROFIT AT
n't returned the peer of American , COKV AI I.IS 1H UI SKASOX
promoters much profit. j .CORVALLIS, Ore., Jan. 25. (A.
.. This may explain why the pro- p.) Profits of 3,noo were made n
moters are suppuitlwg Hi -movement the Oregon Agricultural College on
for lower prices of admission because the H20 football games, ot was in
wlth "lower gates" automatically will pounced recently. The season wn
come lower purses for the boxers and the best, financially, In the AgRle's
greater attendance. h'storv
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We cater to the most particular and invite the
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The family meat marketa dollar's worth of
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Pendleton Trading Co.
wIf It's on the Market We Have It" '
the old zip that characterized its team
of last year.
Pendleton Record ;mmI.
Tho local squad, in four games thus
far. has taken but one reverse and
that by n one-point margin at the
hands of Walla Walla, it won by a
basket over Washington Slate College
freshmen and by seven points over
Pullman high school. Albion, a hille
school between Colfax and Pullman,
was trimmed by tt lop-sided score.
linker's games thus far have been
with a small schools of that section,
r.ll having been defeated by over
whelming scores. The Haker cre,
couched by Oeorge "Admiral" Dewey,
' fiti-mi.f O A f h:iktit Mhitrl; r:innnt
be denied and the contests with the lo
cals are expected to be hard-fought
In Stendal and Hanley Pendleton
has two mighty capable forwards.
They are not the whole scoring ma
chine but they are valuable because
of their ability to fight 'for the ball
ever)' minute on the floor. Both are
tall, rangy and have plenty of weight
to add to their speed. At center Dick
Ijiwrence can out-Jump nearly every
man who has been pitted against him
this year and he has added several
polntsf rom the floor. Bill Kramer.
at guard, is the hardest worker on the
floor nnd with his concentrated 170
pounds keeps It Interesting for oppos
ing forwards. Captain Charley Cahill
is playii g a good game at guatd and
when the opposition is on the defen
sive he occasionally gets one Into their
basket. Kramer throws the free)
throws nnd his steadiness has adde d
the necessary points to keep Pendle
ton lu the running in two games of its
f John Henderson is the sixth man of
the local squad and he Is picking up
'the fine points of the game rapidly.
'He is expected to be a valuable man
for the team before the season Is over.
; Volley Trip Still PosslMtN -
j Pendleton may yet get to lake; a trip
'to the Willamette valley for the Barnes
j with the freshman fives of the two
1 colleges there. Coach Pohler. of the
! University of Oregon, w hile here' Pun-
iday night, prnnvsed Cnncn Hanic
that he would ngain take up (he mat
Iter with the Fugene boys of hrtnuinc
Ithe local team west. Efforts are also
to he made with Corvnllis once more.
iThe vailey teams wanted to see Pen
! dletnn In action but could not at first
1 offer n guarantee sufficient to pay ex
I On the records made so far, the Ag
gie rooks appear to be going better
than the University babes. .The Ag?
i have mopped up the best of Portland's
1 quintets and handed rough treatment
Jto Rainier. St. Helens and Astoria
! Oregon freshmen hare been winninr
' from Albanv, Itoseburg end other val
ley teams but not by overwhelming
.Should Pendleton come out on the
! long end of tho Baker scries. Its
chances of taking the trip to the west
side, would be strengthened. - From
' present Indications the green and cold
j has a team of championship caliber
land fans here are anvious to see the
boys In action on their own rtoor. in
contract to the football season, most
of tho local games have been sched
uled nwav from home for the earl
part of the season.
, .' ovtver, are intliH'ermt t.-i
iv a t!..';y i:se, o:i the theory th;;t
; Hat is a great
' rliey ;ira aii uiikc.'
Pr. G'tdwoll's Syrun Pepsin, for e
crip'", i; e rr;i:.i, t' nho liquid laxeiivc,
and it does nut loa its elitct wilh rc
p?al"d Hi". It tio trains the bowel
in mcif.s t!it:t in tii.ie medicines of all
kinds c:in Lo d.Myei.ted with.
A Mxtv-rem tsottln of Dr. Caldwell's
Srup Pepsin will last tunny niontlis.
T.19 prescription wis written thirty
years a j by lJr. V li. Cardweli, n wcli
I'H'i.vn i':i;n;;y d.ietor, who is himself
now In li'.s 2nl year and cm ai...
p-:-cialo whit c.iro-iic constipation
mu:;t ineaa to elderly people; iiow it
l.-i:if:s on hciaV.ciies, colds, loss of op
pot. tu ft.-.-l si!cn, heaviness and a
Central dull fttiinj.
Every hrim" t''it h-.? tn elderly man
or w.i.tnu s.ou'd fca pr-jvided with a
!n(t'e of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin.
Ei;t it ini!'i':; lioitlts vcre bouyfit at
drui sto'f3 imf yo'ir. It is a truly
wonderful eoiihtipatiun rsmedy.
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body now rr. i then nx.ds a
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This Week is
Every Housekeeper should look to their Blanket
needs at this time. The cold nights are here and de
manding plenty of Warm Blankets, and even though
you have what you consider an adequate supply, we
sucrgest a visit to our Blanket Section this week, for
the qualities, quantities and prices it features are,
we believe, quite beyond comparison.
Woolnap Blankets, grey, blue, pink and
plaid $3.45, $3.95, $4.50
Wool Blankets, grey, blue and pink f. . $5.95
All Wool Blankets, blue and pink .... $6.85 to $7.9.
All Wool Army Blankets Jj-8
All Wool Navy Blankets $9-
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Quality PRINTING a? Reasonable Prices-
East Oregonian Printing Department.
SYDNEY, X. .. W., Jan.
P.) In a series of tennis
SPOKANE, Wash.. Jan.
tic teams' of Gonzaga University her'?,
here today between the American Da- i looall, 'basketball or otherwise, arc.; 3
I Have More Heat
With Less Goal
vis cup players anil local experts. Wil
liam M. Johnston In the sMistles de
feated Patrick O'Hara Wood, 6-2,
10-ti, while K. W. Heath won from
Watson St. Washburn, 6-2, 6-4. In the
doubles Norman I. Brookes and
O'Hara Wood defeated William T.
Tilden ai.i Johnston, 6-3, ls-6, 4-6.
to be known In the future as the P.ull
uogs, according to announcement bv
the school student body. In the past
no official knickname has bet n given
' Gonzaga teams and they have been
known as the Fighting Irishmen, Je-
I i.its and Catholics,
j Miniature billgods, bearing the em
blem of the othletic teams of Gonza-
Iga, the blue "CJ," are to be issued to
MC'XTItEAL. Jan. 25. (A. P.) A
nmvp to brin'-r the I)cmiisey-Carien-tier
fight lo Montreal was announced
today when C. F. Graham, president of
the Eastern Canada .Securities, limit
ed, stated that btrth he and Frank
Goodspeed, vice president of the com
l.WALHAX GOI.F TOUtNEY
WILL IIWIIX OX Al"
j WINNIPEG, Canada, -Jan. 25. ("a
(nada's amateur Golr championship
i tournament for I It 2 1 will begin Aug
iust 22. Players from all parts of the
dominion are expected to enter.
KOWX 1HVH1 ;odf tXriSF
AT SPOKAXK IS IMI'KOVF.n
.SPOKANE, Wash., Jan. 25. Spokane
golfers are being deprived of use of
the municipal down-river golf links
were negotiating with Tex Kick- nere pending their improvement for
next season. Drush, In wnicn
An amount exceeding JTOO.Ono, 1 nlany gf iias have become lost, is
which it Is stated Uickard reutrod to being cleared away and the course
bring the fighters lure, is in sight, it , widened.
was said. A repre-ei'tian e is at pres
ent in New York to confer with Rick
ird. To hold the fight here it will be ne
cessary, firsto obtain an amendment
if tho Quebec laws regarding prizefighting.
STRANGLER LEWiS WINS !
ITCH FROM GADDOCK
NEW YOltK. Jan. 25. (A. P.)
Ed "Stranger' Lew is of pan Jose, Cal. ;
niceetwftilly defended his world's,
heavyweight catch-as-eateh-enn wre.t- ;
ling "title here last night, by throwing j
Karl Cnrtdnck. a former chamiiion, in
one hour and 34 minutes. Lewis won
with a combined head and hip lock.
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SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 25. (A. P 1
Life passes to nil athletic affair!
held In the new blir University or
Washington stadium here nre lo b
given bv th" university to all winner:
ot "V" blankets. To win. a "W
'-noket, an athlete must win three
letters In one year or one letter lo
bis senior year.
1 never disturbs
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I who change to
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Clark Griflllh won't sit In tha
old bird house much this season.
He's turned things over ollleially
to George McBride, his veteran
shortstop. Gcorgo has 20 years
of professional baseball expert
ence behind him. He landed with
Uie TV'tuliiiitou club in 190 J.
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Many women perhaps your ov.ti
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experience with Dr. Pierce's Fa
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the prospective mother. Send 10
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Hotel in Bu.Ta' N. Y., for a
trial package of tablets.
South Vallejo, Calif. "I have
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found it exceller.f.. It relieved my
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Was strong and felt well when I
got up and mv he by was nice and
healthy." Mrs. S. P. Houston,
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Dr. K. J. York, the Chinese Spe
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research work, both In China, and
this country, thus enabling him to
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of men and women.
He uses only curative Chines
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tug diseases known to human be
These remedies have been used
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Anyone tvho may be sufferlni
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