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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 26, 1921.
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Huntington Has Made Good So
Far as Results Go But if Stu
dents Fail Him in Hour of
Need Ho Should Step Out.
Dublo or Huntington? Like the
famous "To be or nut to be," Unit lx
the question. The University of Ore
Bon is uj In mid-uir over the propoNiil
of the alumni on the athletic council
lc- change from the graduate coiichlnir I nian who get on one of his teams earns
... rrt.. .v.n r.nn..0 iu'the lihice.
on the team urtil, not getting the
coach's car, huve taken uu the anvil.
Many criticised "Shy" for plijylng
Kleern at iiiurterbMclc und leaving
itlnehurt on tho bench. I'orhapa their
l.olnt wuh well taken but their criU
clsms added to the tide which Is un
dermining the close bond between all
the Htudcnts and alumni of Oregon's
itrund old Institution.
Dohle, with his peculiarities, would
be welcomed back to the coast. He
and Przilek, former,, Oregon coach,
have made good In the east. The re
turn of either of them to the west
would add to Oregon's prestige what
the university Itself gained In the Har
vard contest. IJoble would draw stars
to the Kugene Institution and people
would go miles to see his teams In
action. lohle could hardly bp accus
ed of favoritism anywhere, for he
keeps as far away from tho student life
as he can convcntlently do. Ho makes
coaching football his business and tho
Oregon, Washington State and
Oregon Aggies Likely to
Counter With "Little Three"
and Shun Washington.
system. The outcome of the fracas is
eagerly awaited by every Oregon grad
in the northwest und college folk In
general. Not so much Huntington as
a principle Is at stake In the belief of
Oregon's Insurgents have mudo over
tures to GII Dobie, peerless mentor
Who Is now with Cornell, on two
grounds. One is his exceptional stand
ing as a football coach both In the
fust and on the coast. The other Is
an attempt to get away from the
graduate coaching system. The men
who hnve played under Huntington at
Oregon and members of the frcshmnn
1Hikn I, Ike Clouds Attend
From this distance not all of the
Oregon situation can be seen. That
dissension Is abroad in the camp, how
ever, is seen from a statement cnrrled
by the Associated Press today, quoting
Huntington an blamlmr Dean Walker
lor tho move now under way. Walker,
formerly graduate manager wields a
powerful influence in the alumni cir
cles. More than a winner, Oregon needs
harmony. If Huntington can give
Oregon a winner it may produce har-
quna or jn.'u are myui. a ioi ot nu)ny ,ut thf, narrnmy tnut la mre
atudentg are not. The situation had U) Ped(,,, lt lhnt whlt.h w., be wno,e
Come to a neaa. ; noule.l sivlth the com h when he Irie.
Anvil llHiru Xot New
Certain factions have been gunning
for Huntington's scalp for finite some
time. They forgot the Harvard game
of Jan. 1. 1920 and help up the score
less tie -with O. A. ('. last fall. And
O. A. C. held California to a far closer
score than did tho Ohio Stute cham
pions. Shy Huntington has made good at
Oregon as far as results Bo. He hns
won gumes when he had the men und
he lost some lost season to better
teams. The men ' on lil-j snuud, by
'nlng unanimously a petition to keep
him, believed in his qualifications to
So, with Huntington accounted for,
the system is the thing really aimed
rt One may point to the baseball rec
ord of the University of Washington
during the time lodo Krlnker, a grad
uate, das coach. Dodc was a good
minor league player' but he seldom
r.ot have a winner. If the student
body sod alumni will not stand with
"Shy" In bis hour of need, Oregon had
better get Dobie or some outsider to
hold the reins.
I 'it 1 1 Ion I'k-utlM for "Shy."
EKOKNK, Or.. Jan. 20. (A. P.)
As a result of the action of the ath
letic council of the University of Ore
gon In offering Oilmore Dobie,' east
ern football coach, the position of
coach of the Oregon team, the mem
bers of the football team Tuesday cir
culated a petition to retain "Shy"
Hunttmrton as coach for another year.
It Is thated In the petition that unless
Huntington is retained many of the
freshmen who are candidates for the
team will not return to the university
next fall. The petition points to
Huntington's record In obtaining n
northwest championship and a Pacific
coast championship for his team as
sufficient evidence of his ability as u
iirnat nut. of late vears. any winners
Football Is a far more vital sport to the j coach.
College than la baseball. .,.,,. ..... -.... , ....
I'avorlllsm" Heard low Often DUUI'SM M.H TtST U
With the graduate coaching system KM.AI.MXO DISPLAY OP FILMS
talk of "favoritism" Is bound to be i
heard.-A sobbaeKUeld rntu, M Oregortj CIJICAOO. ,. VS-.A. . P.l-In-last
fall, playing hb. final year, failed formation that .lack Dempsey Is plan
r. i.l i, . lit. letter. 'nlng to test government regulation;.
TM rienrlvcd him of n blanket. In
Jection Into one more game. Just ror
five minutes, would have won him thai
honor Tho coach was blamed for
Others have tried to place the men
against transportation of fight films
has reached Charles F. dyne, IT. f.
district attorney, bp announced today,
udding that he would order Demp
sey's immeillnte arrest If the films
were mailed here.
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 26. (A.
P. Organization of another Pacific
Coast intercollegiate "Ulg Three," or
as it probably will bo called, the
"Little Three' is being considered by
!the University of Oregon, tho Wash
ington State College and tho Oregon
The new organization would be a ri
val of the recently formed "ilig
Three" consisting of Stanford Uni
versity, the University of California
and the University of Washington.
To date the "lilg Three" organiza
tion holds only In matters affectin?
football schedules. All s'x of the
colleges were members of the Pacific
Coast Conference, and organized sep
conferencc's schedule wis abandoned
Students coming to Portland from
the "Little Three" schools say that if
the organization is formed, the mem
ber colleges would not be permitted
to schedule games of any kind with
Washington. They could, however,
play with the California teams. There
is a feeling, the (students say, that
Washington while a northwest school,
is rot anxious to meet other north
west college trams but wants the com
oany of the Cnlifornians.
TOD (1X MVS H( IG
IS NOT YI-.T I)KI SPOUT
LOS AXOELKS, Cal., Jan. 26. fA.
P.) Horse racing Is far from dead,
according to Tod Sloan, famous Jockey
who Is in Los Anreles occasionally ap
pearing in the motion pictures. Sloan
said recently that he expected to see
thfj roort come b;ic!4 some day.
OLD-TIME BiKE KiHER
p"jr ""' " t " r
fl ' 'V ( r"rr' " '
C'tlc Harlejr may add the Dlxl"
ihlft to his famous 'llarley
ghift." He has been offered the
job of bead football coach by the
, University of Tennesaee. LaRt fall
,Clilc was assistant coach at Ohio
Plate, the school where he won
his All-America h'jnor as halfback.
! For Coughs and Colds I
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family on occasion, without numbers,
I for coughs and colds and has given'
tho best satisfaction of any cough
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;,or ono that la more aafe and plea
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o doubt Aixiiit It i
There is no question hut thai j
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Virrilll W ATHI.KTK WILL
Itl X FOIt OLYMPIC C IXH
SAX FP.AXCISCO, Jan. 26. (A. p.)
The Pacific Coast Paseball league
decided Tuesday to await a. copy of the
new national agreement before defin
ing its attitude on the draft rule. Ap
plication was sent to the National As
sociation of Professional Pasebal!
clubs for a copy of the agreement and
action in regard to the transfer of
players was positioned indefinitely, it
was unnouncxd alter a protracted ses
sion. A 26 weeks' playing schedule, start
ing April 5. was adopted. Kormerl
28 weeks were in the schedule. The
time was chortened to
SAX FIIANCIFCO, Cal., Jan 26.
(A, P.J "Ollle ' Snedigar, who was a
4t;ir In University of California ath
letics several college generations ago,
will compete on the Olympic Clur
eau in track and field events her
thi year. According to present plan?
he will broad Jump and throw the
Snedigar has been in active compe
tition for more than 2'J years. Ho is
over 40 years of age.
PKOIT1SSIOXAL ;OI.I K,Il IS
SlUXKD 15 Y SANTA CItUZ
EAXTA CItUX, Cal., Jan. 25. fA.
P.) Elmer Holland, golfing profes
(tonal, has been eneased for this year
by the Santa Cr.iz Golf and Country
Club. Except for a ytar with Virginia
,,.,.,,,,.,i,i., i Countrv Club of Long Peach, C al.,
the two northwest clubs, it was an
nounced. The new Portland team of the Pa
cific International league was given
Tlie Seattle and Portland clubs ol
the l'ac!lic International league were
aiven permlr-sion to play on theii 1
home diamonds during absence ot
Coast league teams. This will give
tlioFe eitied continuous ball, it was announced.
iMVi iMrvir wyomixo
WILL STAGi: TOOSXAMKXT
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11 QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
- San Jose, Cal, Jan. 26 (A. P.)
C'lto Zitgler, San Jose, who in the late
9's he',iieveral bicycle ipeed records
and la'er won the title of world cham
pion rider, is slowly recovering his
sight after spending nine years In
larkness at a state school for the
i'.ir.d in Oal.loiul, Cal.
fall Ziegler suffered while rac
ing In Seattle, Wash., led to his blind
ness, he bellves. About one year ago
he began to see light and now hi:
doctor says he will regain his lost
daht within a year.
, Zc:tler has never seen an airplane
: ndern aulomohilc. I vg peaiatj
f he airplanes overhead and nave often L.I!.M!E, V.omirg, Jan. 26. (A.
neil to imagine what they are 11 e, ! i .' laisKetoait teams irom anout.sv
he said recently. Discussing Miitomo- i Wyoming high schools aro expected to
'.lies, he said the ones he ' members ! enter an interstliolastic tournament
neie the rough riding modei-i of lai'ijtn bo held here Manh 14-1S by the
Willi 'arks projecting high i.bove the i !
body lines. "I can tell th big im-
prcvcinents in them tiy the increasing t
easiness of their riding dualities and
the fa t they do ,.ot make so much,
oise," he' asserted. i
Vlie n Ziegb'r comes back to San j
I...- ..ft-.- r..n..t...ri.1n- utt'lit he!
Titl hi- reminded of a reception he
rceied ycai. ngo when h came home
from Denver alter breaking several!
world records. It is (aid that one of l
She largest crowds ever assembled In j
'Fan Jose up to that t'me was at the
'rail. cad station to meet him, for blc
!ycl racing was a sport of the first
class. A band headed a parade in
wJiieh the rider -rode in a carriage ,
which was used .lost once before to I
e.m v President Harrison about the I
Holland has done moKt of this golfing
in this part of California. He expects
to compete in the Southern California
Open Champion-hip next mouth and
tiie Santa Open Championship o.t
Lakeside in March.
Ladies' Vest at , 23c
Ladies' Knit Union Suits at 65c
Ladies' Black Satin Petticoats at $1.69 ,
Ladies' Fancy Satin Petticoats at . . : $1.69
Ladies' Waists at $1-93
Ladies' Dress Skirts at $4.95 to $12.50
Ladies' One Piece Dresses at $17.50 to $25.00
Ladies' Suits, brown and blue, all to go at. . . . $17.50
Ladies' Dress Shoes at $3.45 to $7.50
Ladies' Oxfords, high and low heel, tan at $4.50
Ladies' High and Low Heel Oxfords, black
kid at $4.95 to $6.95
745 Main St.
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (A. P.)
Confidence that a billiard match for
the championship of the world will he
arranged next spring or fall between
Willie Hoppe. title holder, and Ed
uard Horemans of Belgium was ox
pressed by F. J. L. Derks, who sailed
today for Holland.
M Uerks who Is one of the leading
amateur billiard players of Europe,
is credited with having developed
Horemans' style of play. He paid
tribute to the sportsmanship of Americans.
Zemo, the Clean, Antiseptic
Liquid, Gives Prompt Relief
There is one safe, dependable treat-"
ment that relieves itching torture and
that cleanses and soothes the skin.
Ask any druggist for 35c or $1 botUt
of Zemo and apply it as directed. Soo
you will find that irritations, pimples,
blackheads, eczema, blotches, ringworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear. -
Zemo, the penetrating, satisfying
liquid, is all that is needed, for it
banishes most skin eruptions, makes
the skin soft, smooth and healthy.
The . W. Rose Co. Ckvelaadi Q.
et'sity of Vyomlns
mvmi miLULnoL mini
Inmate as Judge of Kangaroo
Court Has Stopped Cussing
and Blasphemy and Requires
Two Baths Week of Feilows.
WIN BASKETBALL GAMES ; -
STAXPORD UXIVERSITT. Cal..
Jan. 26. (A. P.) In the initial Pa
cific coast conference basketball series
Stanford nniversitv defeated the Ore
gon Agricultural college ' five, 32 t
19. Stanford led, 15 to 14, at half
time. Bert Mills, Stanford centeR
made 16 points. The two teams plaj
i again to night.
Montana 30, Whitman 18.
SSpCXJi. Mont., Jan. iS.-XA. P.J
Accurate basket shootins enabled
Montana State university to acore their
second win over Whitman cellege of
Walla Walla at basketball here last
night by a score of 30 to 18. Montana
led throughout the contest.
iPOMON.V t'OI.I i:;i'. MAY nv.
XI .XT TO 111 Il.l) Si Aim l !
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MEAT THAT YOU CAN DEPEND UPON.
We cater to the most particular and invite the
inspection of the most discriminating.
PRIME LOINS, ROASTS, VEAL
The family meat market a dollar's worth of
first class meat for a dollar.
Pendleton Trading Co.
4 Phone 453
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
T'matilla oiiumy'x jail is being ope
rated along new lines. It in iniiet.
j l.oS AXOKI.KS, I ill., Jan. -(' ' i1" i""" """ f""" """
P.) Pomona College, near here, is '.ence which brought t.buiit the; change
another Pacific Coast colleges to nian in Vay Met'..rroI, local man, serving
on eonstriictioning a stadium for nth-I0M Uas -m a c.it.i'ge of driving an
lelic eonti-sts. A tract of land lias lieen uuo wane iiiu'.m. aieti. i
ourehased for tho stadium, wnien. seven men in uie ir.i nt '.". aie
, .. Ol ..nl i "1 ir.lin. llw niMrl; " ilcOMtv slierifl's SMV.
3 -V 'V 1
t'i loss "headache" for ali
How Do You Feel i
i When You Stoop?
Slowandiluggish movement!, tired
action, bacname, rneumatic painj,
miff jointi or lore tnusclet indicite
that omethini in the human ytcm
it out oi order. In most cae, these
tymptomi are the result of waste
matter or poisonotu cta Deing icu
in the blood by the failure of the kid
neys to properly do their work of
filtering ana casting out imputitict
from the blood.
STOPPED HIS BACKACHE
"t tm 79 y" old. I WnI Foley KiiJnV,
Pills, thinkmn I nn-iM thrm m buck
vaa hurling n,t aching ill tho time. 1 f
c. bad ht whrn I would "toon o" "1 lb
a,l..l i watV I coitld hardly raisn tip
such an awfulcatchiomyback. AiiortakioJ
just on bollia ol Foley Kidney Pills, o-.y
backachs was entirely 'one and 1 Irlt ' d
j I o,i,.k they ar Iht sroate-t
rcrrfdr t. r baci ach end IrregulariliM of
lh bladder W. r. latum.
Foley Kidney Pills
he hern nd br TOiind, middle
aged ard old with complete trlisfac
linn. You will find them different
from all other remedies. Thej act
quickly and surely and have flivn
tenet in cases oi ycia ii.iu.uf. ,
you have csiiae to suopect your kid
eys re weak, disordered or inactive
you thou'd act immediately. '
I Mei'arroll is "jndize" of tlie kangaroo
joiiin. lie who does not bathe twice
a wcl; or who refuses to aive the
fji.oi- its semi-weekly massape with
seaf ami water. Is mailed Into "court."
The off i ers back up the mandates of
Plankets are aired every morning
ami boils made n, just like they used
to be made in the army. The jail is
i kejit swept and serubl'd. there Is no
bad InnEimce "T back talk to officer
permitted. Tho men have for th -inot.t
I'art, taken h"!d eif tne innoa
tion in rood spirit.
All men who "biva!; Into j ill'' are
taken to trial summarily. If they
have money they are fined in kcepluj;
with their station in life. Those with
out funds draw "hard labor." Punish.
ment for offenses nenerally includes a
I detail at "polieinK up."
A few days aii four pien were nr
! rested as suspects front W'alla Walla.
! After a half hour three were released
: Irom custody but each had been tried
jand fined Si. Ml. The fourth man.
I held over niahl, was fined Jl. The
1 money Is used to buy tobacco, candy
mid vending materials for the pris
oners. "The boys respect Kay and we are
flndim; ever thins orderly," said Dep
uty Sheriff K. F. H. Kidgway today.
"The jail Is cleaner than it has been
for a lonp time and there are enouiin
of them supporting MeCarroll to see
that it is kept that way."
Baseball's rolling stone! Bohby
Roth has woru every uniform in
the American League but two.
He'll doll up in a Yankee two
piece suit this spring. The only
two styles ot baseball haber
dashery he hasn't donned are tho
Brown and Tiger models. Cut give
him time. He may do It yet.
'says the Good Judge
A man can get a heap more
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of this class of tobacco, than
he ever could get from a big
chew of the old kind.
He finds it costs less, too. The
good tobacco taste lasts so
much longer he doesn't need
to have a fresh chew nearly
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put up in two styles
W B GUT is-a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
.-t 3 lit ;
Musterole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints Drives Out Pairi
You'll know why thousands use
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Get a jar at ence from the nearest
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mer.t, made with the oil of mustard.
Better than a musfard plaster and docs
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tjrhili it is being rubbed on !
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Good Crepe Toilet Paper, 5 for 23c
Hills Blue Coffee, 1 lb. 33c, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Quaker Corn Flakes. 2 for 25c
Olive Oil (Reimbartos) ....Tint 80c, quart $1.30
This is a Spanish Oil, best on the market.
Wessons Oil, quart 70c
Sugar, sack $10.25
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