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PAGES 7 TO 10
PAGES 7 TO 10
DAILY EAST OBEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7, 1921.
Dewey Squad Outplays Locals
in Game Slowed up by Too
Many Free Throws and Each
Hotds Two Verdicts Over
EiiHtern Oregon's basketball churn
ploimhlp fell Into a deadlock nicaln
t-utnrdny nluht by Baker' victor' over
. I'endli'tnn high school here by a 32 to
26 count. Tho vlsltorn, defeated hand
ily Frldny night, played a cteudler
Same, while Pendleton waa ragged and
was clearly outcluswd. The frumo
(IruKKid due to the referee' over-,
lenlouiinemi In culling fnula.
Forty-seven free throws were taken
by the two tcmnm during the 30 min
ute of pluylnir. Jiukcr wan n'ven 2(1
free 1 brown fur reiulleton foula unl
rendleton 22 tre throws, ft. rUoddat'l
converted 12 out of 25 for linker and
Kramer hooped 12 out of 22 for Pen
dleton, The Friday nlttht name was
far faster due to the fewer number of
Interruptions for foiilx.
IL KtoiHIurd nuirj
It. Htodilard was aitaln linker's star,
belK hlKh man with four field Kouls
and 12 points from the line, gtendul,
for Pendleton, also put away four bas
l.ets but cut down his team's score by
fulling to pass to mates under the bin-
ket. He made a 'score of tiles for
"hero" shots from tho center of tho
floor or past, the ball always coming
off the board Into the walling bands
of linker's guards. llanley made but
two baskets, the ball M-l'loni getting to
horn for a throw.
P. Stoddard managed to get away
for three baskets during the evening
and Mnnary, gourd, caged one. Illake-
ly, center, held Iawrence to one goal
and annexed two for himself. While
the two A'onters stood even on scores
for the two nights. JiluKoiy was more
of a factor on the floor than the local
IkhIs IK) Not Follow t )
Coach tfanley's men lacked the flKbt
that Is necessary to win r-'atuiduy
night. The forwards ncruced for
the ball on the floor but in few ln
Ktnnces followed tip their shots for the
Basket, taker Invariably got the gall
that did not g through the hoop nj
worked It down the floor. Tbev, too
were guilty ( wasting a number of
certain chances to score by exsayln
long Hhots which failed. Sit grand
stand baskets were registered by eith
Tho locals will go to The Dulles on
Friday and to Hood Itlver on Katurd;iy
for games. Coach llanlev Is going to
clevoto practice largely thi week to
following up shots and installing more
scrap for the ball on the floor. The
local lads are death on bankets when
within shooting distance but lacked!
the punch Saturday night to work tho
-.. u, n Miiiii tmoiHing instance.
Murphy Alleges Two Low Hits
by Allison After Latter Rocks
Him Nearly Out With Blow
on Jaw; Fisk-Rejjan Draw
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One fond, one decision and one draw
was (he way the score looked at tht
close of the, boxing card given In the
Oregon Theater Saturday night hi
Ihe lialb s souad hh irlimj ivi 1 1'endleton Post American Legion be-
" niuni oy nite Salmon liy a four
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have a worthy foe for the locals.
fore a -full house of boxing
at reduced prices of rough 18 cents;
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r'tankle Murphy, in the main event,
waa given the decision in the eight
round on an alleged foul, a minute
after Neil Allison, had planted one to
Ills Jaw that dazed the Denver scrap
per. The cry of foul, set up twice b
.Viurphy, aj not accepted popularly
by the crowd and expressions were
freely heard that he will never draw
ngain as an attraction here.
'Ihe draw bout whs that between
Frank ie Regan and Johnny Fisk, lightweights.-
Iloth boys slashed through
Id rounds, the eaily and last round
being Fink's and the' middle of the
fight Kegan's. At the final gong
Heferee Hanloy raised the hands of
both hove,, although some In the crowd
figured Kisk had the shade.
I'attling Carpenter, known as Younf
lienij s -y, w on "a decision over Karl
Ncwinilst, of Pendleton, in tight
rounds. IJoth men were nearly out on
several occasions and neither appear
ed able to stund the gaff for eight
(antes. Newipiist stepped into sever
al that reeled him to ihe ropes or to
the floor but would come back ane
band out the same punishment to his
ipnonent. Xewoulst broke his right
hand during the mill and also In th
bird round complained to referee that
he had been hit low. Fp to this time
he landed Jiurder blows than his ad
The fastest, cleanest bout of the
evening was the Fisk-ltegan go. Thesi
boys gave and took without a wr ;
and mixed solid slams and misplaced
Knockout blows with body punches lr
the infighting. For the most of the
crowd the draw verdict was satisfac
Mtirlihv started nut to do up the
doughty Allison, whom he appeared ti
outweigh at least five pounds. Mur
phy was working on the face nnd head
v.hile, Allison- sol in some damaging
J scrapper got his mouth cut by a eli
rroin .virpny me iiuiu '.
iifth he drew blood from ihiri hy';
Allison was first to claim he was
fouled, a blow to his hip bone havine
emporarily dislocated 11. ho dedarea.
le went on with th" f'.nht, however,
md was gaining on Murphy when the
latter cried fou and fell in a heap. At
lis fTst accusation of being fouled
.Murphy was examined by a doctor ami
reported unh irt. A lsr-;e crowd surg
ed around the man when his second
"foul" ended the bout.
.Murphy has ended his last three
bouts by fouls, it was s;iid after Satur
day iiIkM'h card. At Salem Wednes
day nisht ho was winner on a foul and
previously had pet the verdict on the
-tame grounds. There were plenty in
the audience who took with a grain of
salt his plight, recalling his recent ex
periences. If he was fouled at Salem,
thev argued, he should not have sign
ed to hex hero and run chances of
rp-aili being injured. .
Allison, while he appeared ione
Inking the short em! of the goliu
curly In flic fight, had the fans with
I.lni. When he tapped Murphy on tin
Jaw in the eighth and had Mtirivhv
hanging on. fho crowd yelled for -VIII-sim
in "0111 him out." .Many hope t
see Allison in action again soon with
a wiu-tbv ooponent
Ihere was a good bouse for Saturday
.-..rt mill the aesion kept out
"'Mil r " . I
M.i o-.u a fnir margin. JacK
Polph, matchmaker, served as an
r.ouncer and Dick Hanlej; refereed.
A RAW, SORE THROAT
Eases Quickly When You
Apply a Little Musterole.
And Musterole won't blister like
the old-fashioned mustard plaster,
just spread it cn with your fingca.
It penetrates to the eora spot with 8
gentle tingle, loosens the congestion
and draws out the soreness and pain.
. Musterola is a dean, white oint
ment made with 3 of mustard. It
is fine for quick relief from sore
throat, bronchitis, tonsihtis, croup, stiff
neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum
bago, paina and aches of the back or
ioints, sprains, soremuscles,bruises,chil
ilains, frosted feet, colds on the chest.
Nothingiike Musterole for croupy chil
dren. Keep it handy for instant use.
. iiOc and 6oc jars; hospital size W-U'
the United .States are expected to enter
the second annual championship trap
shoot of the Kan Francisco Olympic
Club to be held February 1D-22, G. K.
Coleman, club trap manager announc
ed here recently. ,
American i rapshootinff Association
rules will govern and scores will be in
cluded In Uie official records. Tho
association trophy will be contested
for at the shoot.
Frank Troth, of Vancouvr, Wash.,
and Mark Akie of Champaign, III, con
sidered by many the two best shots In
the United States, are expected to en
ter. Troeh is a double championship
holder and Arle made hist year's high
average for all registered tareets.
Others expected are Sam Sharman,
Salt Lake City; Jien Donnelly, Chi
cago; Bill Mullen, Hoy, Arizona; Frank
and Lou Melius, Los Angeles; Fred
Hair, Kureka, Cal.; G. W. Warren of
Nevada; 1-y Everding. Portland t.nd B.
J.. Hungoy. Ucoan Park, Cal.
COLOR IS KIS GAME
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Better Values Cannot
Men's Goodyear Welt
Brown Dress Shoes
745 Haiti St
One 1918 Touring .......... 8325.00
One 1919 Touring 8350.00
One 1918 Roadster 8225.00
,0ne 1918 Roadster 8250.00
, We have a few more good bays
Priced from 125.00 up.
Simpson Auto Co.
rhone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
CIve 'cm all you haw! ThatV
the way Carl Tremaine of Cleve
land fightn. Tremaine is being
7-oomed by his. manager, Jimmy
Punn, for a whack at Joe Lynch,
bantam champ. He' may not win
the title. But he'll put more color
Into one Ctht than most fignters
put ii a ik icu.
The delicious flavor of . .
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will convince you that it is the bread to give
your family. . fc: J J5&lli
Eat more bread and make Harvest Bread
your favorite brand. ;i i ..wJ
IT IS FACT
0 Arts) nnt llionrv f
that every drop
of rich, nourishing
is readily utilized by
the system in build
ing up strength.
Scott & Bowne, Bloonifield, N. J.
ALSO TH AT
kav .UISK. Cal.. Kcli. 7. (A
Defense of f.io hcaillm li wrestlinir hUl
which has l ecn lisirrcd hy Jack t'urlcy,
New York wrcstl'tiB )ronicii,
v.ilced here recently hy IT. A.la mwi
m. .... i.v..,l.-i-lrk. wife of Kd "Stran-
Icr" I.cwix, who won tho world's;
v.cstliirt chanil"it' irainly hy tl'p
i; of the j.rohil'itcd hold. ;
Siipntifically. Ir. Ktcflcrick nnalyx
p,l Ihe licadlock as a "twin -hrothcr t"
nltrotia olle nnc; thcsla, wmeihina,
hich 'ptits cm to sleC. but doesn't
pcnnancntly hurt tlicm" ,
"The headloek. is no more dnntter.itis
than the 'scissors or the toe now i".
Frederick xaid. "It sinii'ly puts th
opponent to sleep for n little while.
The brain is proto-tod by Hv bony cov
ering from serious or permaioit in
jury, from the hold. The 'scissors' on
the other hand, is likely to do perman
ent injury to tho wrestler internally."
Lewis invented the, headloek, hi
wife said. After several recent bouts
in the cast hit. opponents have renialn
rt unconsvloos for several minutes.
More Lower Prices
Regulation Munson last Army Shoes, were
$9.00; now $7.50
Navy Shoes, black, were $9.00 ; now $8,00
Officers' Dress Shoes, plain toe, were $8 ; now $8.25
Army Style Shoes for boys $4.85
Wrights all wool union suits, were $5.00 ; now $3.75
O. D. Army Shirts, were $5.75 and $5.95 ; now..$5.3?
O. D. Army Blankers, were $4.65 ; now $3.55
New O D Army Blankets, were $7.00 ; now $5.65
Keel. O. D. Army Blankets, were $5 ; now.. ...$4.65
Army Underwear, sold for $4.50 suit; now $3.30
A few cases of peaches and apricots left.
We also have many other low price values for
your inspection. Come in and pay us a visit.
"Buy It At the Army Store"
Mtf & NAVY SALES CO.
543 Main Street
(Tablets or Granules)
i ik i r- I 7 CTl r A.! I
EXPECTED AT BAY CiTY
SAX KUANi'lsro, 1M. 7. tA. 1" )
-Crack shots from ninny parts of
,.'4 .'1U .UUI4
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
riiu lra Store That Serves
Slaughter Sale of
See Saturday's Paper
for Prices ,