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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1921.
Pendleton 17, Baker 14, is Fi
nal Score of Second Game;
Washington Trims Oregon
and California Beats Ags.
Pendleton revemcd tho count on Ra
ker high school lint nlulit at ltuki-r,
winning 17 to 14, .In tlia nccmid of a
two itume series of biitikethall Kumcs.
linker woh the flrHt fam Thurmlity
night by a 16 to 19 count. The gum
liutt nlxht wits doner and cleaner
The IochI team came back- titrong
end, aided by nine points dropped
through from free throws by Kramer,
obtained the neceexury margin to win.
Htendal and Jlanley, forward, con
tributed four points each from the
Blakely, Baker center, wan again
their shining light and bin work won
largely rexponslble for the polntH rolled
lip by the loner A better feeling pre.
-vailed the atmosphere at the game and
with an opportunity to show their
worth, Pendleton clearly demonstrat
ed Its superiority over linker.
Hopes here today are higher that
the locals may trim linker In both
Kiimes here next week end and thud
be well on the way to the Knutern
Oregon title. Tho miuad arrived hunti
early this afternoon.
HKATTI.K, Jan. 29. (A. 1.)
NuxhliiKton university's bHxkeibui,
team defeated tho University of Ore-
eon quintet, 8(1 to 31, In their first con
ti.renco game here last night, Wash
ington's Inability to shoot accurately
was responsible for the close seor
The first half ended with Oregon II
the lead, IT to 14, but the Hun Dodgert
overcome the lend and won handily in
the second half. Durno was Oregoire
IN'nvcr KMUrnpcd .
DKXVKIl, Colo., Jan. 29 (A. P.)
Colorado' college won In a Rocky
mountain conference basketball gume
fiom Denver rnlverslty here last night
43 to 1. '
California O. A. C. 10
UKRKKI.fcY, Cal., Jan. 29. (A. P.)
The University of California basket
ball team defeated the Oregon Agri
cultural college five, 83 to 1, here lad
night. At half time California led, 16
to 9. Arthur Coop, Berkeley forward,
scored 15 points. H. Simpson made 13
points for the vhltors.
AGGIE 1921 FOOTBALL
YANKS AFTER 'HIM
SCHEDULE IS TURNED
Two Preliminary Gaines Will be
Followed by Willamette and
Coast Conference, Contests
Her Worst niiilt.
First Maid Well Janette, how do
you like your new missus?
Second Maid Oh, pretty well; only
her taste In hats Is something awful.
Khe hasn't a single hnt that's becom
ing to me. Houston Post.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
CAN BE SOLD FOR LESS
WE WILL SELL THEM
When finer, cleaner and more nourishing
meat can be had you can buy it- here
When they make finer canned goods,
grow finer fruits or vegetables, you will
find them here
Pendleton Trading Co.
' . ' , Phone 455 .
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
A CEREAL BEVERAGE MADE
IN OREGON BY ' v
WM. 110ESCII BOTTLING WORKS
' regufo two banking tym&il
feguAtd your money
SIDE from the restrictions laid
down by the law to govern our
bankinar affairs we have an
auditor and staff of assistants who
scrutinize carefully every loan made
by this institution. Can we advise
you further nbout our system
banking by mail?
UllK'iON AGKICl'LTCItAI. COI-
L.EUK, Corvallls, Jan. 2. The Ore
gon'' Aggies' 1S21 football schodule
was given out last night by James J.
KU-hardson, general munager of stu
dent activities. Klght games are or.
me Aggie' program fur the coming
gridiron season. Pour of the (.lashes
win be with members of the Pacific
coast conference Stanford, University
of Washington, Washington statu and
tne University of Oregon.
uicnaruson has mapped out two
preliminary gameH for the Aggies, the
initial contest to be w ith the Chemawa
Indians at Corvallls, October 1.
Hurry Dorman has agreed to bring
the .Multnomah club gridders to Cor
vallls, October 8( for tho second pre
The only northwest conference
game the .Angles have on their sched
ule is with Willamette univtrnlty on
October 15. Coach Matthews of Wll
lamctte is anxious to play this game
In Halem, and Manager Richardson
may see the financial advantages at
tached to Matthews' play and recom
mend to the Oregon Agricultural col
lege board of control that the game
be played In the capital city .
The L'niveridly of Washington wll' I
play at Corvallls October 23, ushering
In tho 1821 Pacific coast conference
season. Corvallls will have first op
portunity of looking over Knoch Kag
shaw's gridders. This game Is expect
ed to prove one of the best financial
attractions of the season.
The Aggies will journey to Palo
Alto October 29 for their clash with
Stanford. November 5 will be a daj
of rest for Coach ltutherford's "men.
Washington State college will pro
vide the gridiron excitement for th
Oregon Agricultural college home
coming at Corvallls. November 12
Coach flus Welch wants to repeat th
defeat administered to the Aggies a'
Pullman last wason, so this contest
should be fiercely contested.
Tho annual Oregon Agricultural col
lege-l'nlversity of Oregon game wll
b'llaed atT-Mfeiw cnrt-ember li.-' !
Is understood that the Kupene peoph
will arrange to handle the large crowd
expected fr this contest.
The Aggies will take their seconi"
California jaunt of the season wher
hey journey to San Francisco for theii
Thanksgiving day clash with Santa
Richardson Is now In communication
with tho I'nivendty of Southern Cali
fornia and may arrange for the Aggier
to show their wares In Pasadena
against Southern California December
"The signing of Rutherford to a 3
year contract and tho return of the
present staff and players next season
will give Oregon Agricultural college
one of the best football aggregation?
In the country." said Richardson. "The
players Just started to show their rea'
ability when the season ended. Ore
gon Agricultural oollege gave Califor
nia Its hardest and closest game of tin
season and did that with George Pow
ell, all-coast fullback, out of the game
We have no alibis to offer but Jus'
watch our smoke next year,"
4taw- L tmSSt ism
"HINKEY" HAINES -The
Yankees are seeking col j
lego class. "Hlnkey" Haines,
star football, basketball and base
ball player at Penn Stato, has bea
reached by Huegins' ecouto-
ASSORTMENTS ARE HERE .
Men's Regular $3.00 Dress Shirts $1.45
Men's Dress Shirts of extra fine per
cale cloth, laundered neckbands and
double soft cuffs. Come in variety of
neat patterns. Sizes 14 to 17.
Sale price, each $1.45
Men's Regular $3.50 Dress Shirts..$1.69
Men's dress shirts of such materials as
madras, percale and crepe, laundered
neckbands and French soft cuffs. Come
in fancy pin and wide stripes and fancy
colors. Sizes 14 to 17.
Sale price : $1,63
Men's Riding Pants, value $7.00.
Pant sale $3.45
Khaki and Whipcord extra heavy.
Sale price $3.45
YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE
All wool serge, a shirt you will be satis
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All sizes, 14 to 17.
All colors, value $5, blue, red, grey,
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Sale price - $2.95
Men's regular $8.50, all wool dress
Shirts - $4.95
' Men's wool shirts of extra fine quality
military collars. Sale price $4.95
All wool extra heavy value, $7.50. Sale
I.OS ANGELES, Jan. 29 (A. P.)
Johnny Mitchell, ' shortstop for the
Vernon club of the Pacific Coast
league and the Toledo club of the Am
The Yankees, it Is announced, have
arranged to send to Vernon in ex
change for Mitchell, Sam Hyatt, first
baseman, "owned" partly by New
York and Toledo; Hoy Corhan, short
stop and "Slim"' Love, pitcher, Sa
Francisco; "Truck" Hannah, catcher,
Ernie Shore and R. E. McGraw. pitch
ers, New York, and a seventh player
to be named. It is understood that to
induce San Francisco to part with
Love and Cochran. New York prom
sed that club "Lefty" O'Doul.
BAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 29. Roy
Corhan, field captain and shortstop of
the San Francisco lub lit the Pacific
Coast league, has been traded to the
Vernon club along with "Slim" Love,
pitcher and an outfielder ho will be
named biter, officials of the local club
innouneed today. Corhan recently
innounced he would not play in the
Coast league outside of the San Fran
cisco club, it was reported here today.
The trade was arranged by the New
LYpr.k Americans who sent .O'Doul and
other players to Vernon in exchange
or Johnny Mitchell, shortstop. San
Francisco claimed a prior right to
O'Doul, which Vernon recognized with
the provision that Corhan and Love
must bo traded for him.
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PASADENA. Cal., Jan. 29.-r(A. l'.'l
George A. Rawson, .Seatilo cluhma.i
and athlete, who has been in a state of
coma for eight days following a boxing
bout In which he engaged at the Pasa
dena Y. M. C. A., was in a critical con
ditlon last night, according to altenn
ing specialists. Liquid food was forc
DATES F08 GOLF PLAY
ARE CHOSEN BY WOMEN
HOSTON,' Jan. 29. IA. P.) The
woman's eastern golf championship
will be decided at the cc mtry clun.
Urookllne, July; 6 and 7 nt .16 holes.
medal play, tho -women's golf associa
tion of this city announced nt its an
nual meeting yesteri'ay. The Inter
city matches for the Grflscom cup be
tween teams from New ork. rn.ia
Iclphla and this city, will be playea
aver the same links June 8, 9 and 10.
srorx i m.s vui:sTi.i:i
W INS IN .STRAIGHT FAI 1
MITCH Kl.L, S. 1., Jan. 29.---(A. li
Carl Noteboom, heavyweight wrostl--ir
of Sioux Falls, pinned Henry Kar
hunsaarl of Finland, In straight falls
here Inst night with body scissors ano
wrist locks. The first full came in 23
minutes and the second In 17.
HUITISU FEATHEIl IS GIVKV
siiadi; ovHt kii n.vxnY
Ct. Louis, Mo., Jan. 29. (A. P.)
Freddie Jacks, the British feather
weight, shaded Kid Bandy of St. Louis,
in an eikht-round bout last night, ac
cording to newspapermen. 'It was an
nounced thAt Randy failed to make the
prescribed weicht of 12(1 pounds.
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MILES TO OIL HELD
JlWEAi:, Alaska, Jan. ?9. (A. P.I
Winter trails 1,385 miles across the
northern continental divide were fol
lowed recently by J. T. Rurnswell
nmvn Alaska "musher" on a trip to
Juneau from the new oil fields at Fort
Gorman, In the great Mackenzie basin
of northwestern Canada.
Horns, it is believed, is the first man
o reach Alaska this winter from, the
snowbound oil country. Royal Cana
dian Mounted Police are holding bacs
ntil.sprins scores of prospectors who
"otild strike out over the snow for the
In coming out from Norman, Burns
ell over a cliff, he reported, when
within several hundred miles of his
destination. He broke a bone In his
fcot and injured his hi). he said. As
he was alone, he came on without as
sistance. Hums, an Australian mining engi
neer, has been in the northland toi
years and claims he has covered
iround 26.000 miles "mushing" over
trails. His dog Peary, which has ac
companied him on ninny .trips, came
'torn Norman with h'.m.
In going into Fort Norman last June
Rums followed a trail he recommends
or all ''mashers" He It'ft Prince
Rupert, on the 1'rilish Columbia coast,
-ro--sed the mountains anil struck the
headwaters of the Laird River. . He
idlowed the Laird until it met the Mc
Kenale which took him to Fort Nor
iian. Cuming out, he took an old In
dian trail to Atlin, which is connected
by rull with skagway on tidewater.
While at Fort Ncrmun. Hums
dnked o'l ground and expects to re
turn next summer to work his proper
y. He sa'd he found many good oil
and gold prospects in the Mackenzie
ci'untry and declared the country is so
big It has hardly .been touched, O'l
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