East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 10, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Image 7

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SECTION TWO
PAGES 7 TO 10
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10, 1921
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quern Ion becnme utHuentlonally ellR-
Inle hy their school attendance here
for a full wmeiiter. ,
State Board of Athletic Control
Meets Saturday in Portland
to Consider Protest of Baker
on Status of Five.
Are Pendleton's bnskell'all star.
Myron Hunley, Dick Lawrence, Ken
neth Ktondnl, Billy Kramer and Char
ley Cuhlll, dlnnualtfled by their having,
received tiold footballs from the J'en-I
dleton Rotary Clubfor their part In
winning the football chnninlonHhlp of
Eastern Oregon? Are Hanley and
mendttl dlHquullfled agum uecaunu
they have renlded here only since Bep
lember 1, With Conch Dick Hanley an
guardian?
These questions, rained hy the sehool
authorities at Maker, will be settled by
the state board of athletic control In
I'ortlbnd cn Kuturday. If. M. DuUoIb.
of Lit Grande, In preslden on the board
and his associates are J. A. Churchill,
vice prenident and W. J. Mischler,
secretory. Baker will be represented
hy Ha principal at the hearing.
Raker's protest wau filed on the;
day of the first I'endletnn-I'aker
came at Maker, several days after the
second semester In the local hlKh
school had opened. All players on the
squad had resided in I'endleton and
attended school through a full semes
ter and were thus unquestioned as to
their residence. The board may be
called upon to decide whether the to
kens given by the Kolary Club can be
said to have any Intrinsic value. If
they have, by decision of the board,
the boys would either be obi Inert to
gle them back or be Ineligible to com
pete.)
Baker, In Its protest, has referred
to the "adoption" of .Myron hanley
and Kenneth Rtendal by Dick Hanley.
The papers signed and'on file with the
county clerk are guardloxhlp, not ad
option papers. They could refer onry
to the' first semester of residence at
any rate, the local school' authorities
recently pointed out. as the hovs In
MOSCOW, Idaho, Feb. 19. (A. P.I
University of Idaho track athletes
have Itegun serious training; In prepa
ration for tho all-Inland Kmpiro In.
door meet to be held in Hixiliane Felt-
rtlftrv J2. Mtira llwin ail fc..,.,..
iiiary iz. .More than an men biv
been reporting for dally conditioning
stunts performed in the uhlverxiti
gymnasium.
Strenuous efforts are bclns- made to
develop a sprinter to step Into the
shoes left tenajitlens by Jack Hlch
morfd of tho 1919 team. rtoliert Leltch
of Lewlston, who showed Mrw."tlonal
flashes of speed on the foot ball field
Inst season is considered the most pro
mising of the short distance men now
in training.
Idaho Is expected to make a strong
ihowlng in the middle distance events.
Hortnn McCnllle of Kumluh, who won
the 4 40 yard dash in the northwest
conference last spring; K, (J. Vun Hoc
sen of Mesa, who placed second In the
conference half mllo In 120; Ray
mond Marsh of Moscow, whiwlll run
the mile as well as tho 6X0, and I'urdv
ICnton of Mountain Home, a capable
quarter-mller, are among those who
will probably be entered in the Spo
kane meet
Idaho entrants in the weight cventf
will bo Nell Irving of Rupert and Pat
I'rrrlne of Nex Perce, tho latter a
member of the last American Olympic
team. Irving and I'errine took first
and second respectively in the shot
put and the Javelin throw In the 192"
northwest conference meet.
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BYSCOREOF37 TO 20
Pendleton Has Game This Week
End at The Dalles and Hood
River After Which it Meets
Union County Quintet.
NO! N01 THE HAT!!
TO STOP MOIOIl TRAFFIC
PORTLAND, Maine, Feb. lu. (A
P.) Shipment of liquor In hone
throiiKh this port from Europe ti
Canada will bo stopped by the decision
announced at Washington today that
the shipment of liquor from one for
eign country to another via the IT. S. is
Illegal according to Collector of Cus
toms C. M. Sleeiier.
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QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Something Extra
Just received a shipment containing
50 CASES OF FANCY CALIFORNIA
ORANGES
small, but sweet, thin skinned. While this lim
ited supply lasts we are going to sell them at the
low price of '
3 DOZEN FOR 50c
Dr. Phillips Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for 25c
' Large size, 3 for 50c
Pendleton Trading Co.
Phone 45S
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
Maker high school's basketball team
trimmed I-a Orande 81 to 20 in the
Fnion county city Tuesday night, in
their first meelinj of the season, lin
ker previously has broken even Willi
Pendleton hi(4h sc hool In four names,
two played on each team's homo floor, j
Thp I'endleton squad will meet 1-a I
Orande Friday night. Feb. 18, In one
game their first of the season. A re
turn game, to closo the season, will be
played wllh La Orando March 4. As
a result of the games between the
three schools, claims for the cham
pionship of ICastern Oregon likely will
lie trade.
Coach Dick Hanley and his athletes
will toard Ir.iln Frid iy for Tho Dalles,
where, tomorrow night, tho high
school teum of the mid-Columbia city
will be met. The Dalles lias been do
ing well this season but ran into a
snag in the form of White Salmon
high school last week end.
on Saturday night the Hood Itiver
team will be met at Hood Itiver. This
quintet is coached by Karl Fleisch
mann, who directed uthlctl in Pen
dleton during 1919-1S20. The Dalles
will be given a return game on the
I'endleton floor on February 2
Come changes in the Pendleton line
up probably will be made for the
western trip, on the basis of the show
ings made In the Faker series here
Despite Hie fact that the locals won
he first game against Haker, there
as some dissatisfaction evident at
ine teamwork, or rather lack of
displayed.
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and His Associates
By Palnlta Parker
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X associated with me in practic
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personally and highly skilled den
tists besides. Together we give
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average dentist.
' Our advertising is educating the people.
More and more folks are having their teeth
cared for. This advertising makes more
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who docs no advertising is reuping a re
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T55 Muln St. Pendleton, Ore.
DENVER, Feb. JO.)!'. P. Sk
riders from all parts of the I'liitn
states and Canada will participate li
'.he sixteenth annual ski tournamen
which will be held on Cienesee moun-
aln, near Denver, Feb. 19 and 2". Thi
meet which was awarded this city b.
he National Ski Association last wili
er. It Ik being backed by the Denvei
iki Club, the Motulmen's Association
tnd the Tourists' Hurenu.
A large force of workmen will be
put to work getting C.cncnee mountaii
'ourse ready for the tournament ant"
ical ski experts say chances are ex
client ffr breaking the world's Ski
umping record. Anions the entrant
ro Lars Hauge-n, former champioi
enry and Carl Hall. Detroit; Olive
'Cahldahl, youthful ski artist; victor
trsen; Kniite Knutson and Carl How
lson. Canadian representatives havi
lot been named.
riTI.F HOI DEIl IS WINXF.II
IX IM S Iill.1,1 AIM) TlH Itm
CLEVKI.AND, Feb. 10r (A. P.) -erry
Collins of Chicago, title holder
defeated llobert M. Ford of Chlcaeo
'.0i to 60 in the first game of today's
)lny In the national amateur 1 8.2 balk
illliard championship tournament.
Ed(,ar T. Appleby of New York won
he second game from Dr. A, 1.
irni n of Cleveland, son to K2.
Ksiv So Tisl Yes?
Gray lldi ztfhwQ
Tf yon r h p, ! r in r ray In or Is
fn.cietS and streaked, Ho not kt it bo
com any more umitractiVA. No
matter whothor its original youth
ful color was golden o? black, o:
any shadp of brown, nil yoa ne1 ir
a bottle of Rrownrxtond "to inst;int!v
restoiQ lis honuty in a manner Uia.
AiV 1 1
1
defies detection. This famous prep
aratien is as simple and easy to
use ls manicuring: your nails.
Special Free Trial Offer
i?very pnekace of Trownatone
contains full, simple directions for
working its inatjic en gray, f;uUd or
stroakrd hair. Cunrnnterd abso
luUly harmless. At all leading drug
ging in I1O0 and H.61) uaflcaces.
Two colors: "I.lrbt to Meuiuru
Krown" and ''iiark Trown to
lilnck." Send to The Kenton Phnr
macal Co, 65S Coptdn Ul.br., Coving
ton. Ky enclosing 11 cents ta pay
pontage, packintr - nnd war tax. Mr
a froo trial packauo of lirownutoiic,
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Vf i'vl
The hat s the thin? It's me
of the newed for spring Th
rest of the picture rimply ghowt
that there's more than one wav of
displaying a hat. Another "wav
would be to stand It on a steel
frame This is one of the ht
(models of the ltetail Millinery
! Association as she appeared in the
.soring hat show at ths Astor
'Hotel, New York
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NEW TOHK, Feb. ID. (A. T.)
n interna.tiunal tournament, which
.vill bring together recognized ama
eur boxing champions of the U, S.
ind England, is being planned for
here in May.
It is propose 1 to have the winners of
he English amateur athletic associa
ion and the amateur athletic union
championship contests, scheduled to
e held almost simultaneously m Lon
ion and Boston, compete for interna
tional, honors.
An Invitation from the officers of
he A. A. 1'. has been dispatched to
he officials of the English A. A. A.,
requtsting them to designate the Tn
ler in each of the eight weight dlvl
lons as the Hritish standard bearers
or bouts against American amateur
iiampiot s lol'.owing the national tour
nament to tc held In Boston April 11
12. - English boxing matches are
isuully held about April 1. By hold
ng the international contests a month
later ample time would be given r Hit -ish
contenders to arrive here and be
.'onirt acclimated.
licgulations of the two associations
fall for championship In eight classes
ranging from flyweight boxers to
ieH wei- hts. The contests would be
neld under the code of the Interna
:onal lioxing Federation of which
'oth organizations ate members, It is
pniposed to s'aw (he initial official In?
'eraational tournament at lladison
S'ltiaru tjarden.
M JOHNSON ORDERED
TO TRiM SAILS A BiT
O.M.MIA. Feb. 10 (A. r.WJaek
Johnson, former eluiniiiinn hi-iiw.
weight, has found some of his for
mer iiuerttes at )avenvorth federal
prison curtailed as a result of ton
much oll"-ailniiratlon, according to
I'eptity (.'. K Marshal Emmet Quinley,
who returned from a trip to the prison
today.
Accorditl.'r to the ofl'ieinl. nft,.r .TnnW
had staged a friendlv boot nt the oris-
on on Thanksgiving day and had In-
dulged later in a privnle turkey d'n
ner he exhibited so much iH.1 nn.i
enthusiasm about tlie prison yards
that lie was finally ordered tc do some
real toil and is constantly kept "close
to shore.'
'Irf
"I Feel as M I Csali M
DfSjjItriilSeCsy'sai"
la tha complaint of many a woman
fa the household, olTie or factory.
AitersulrcTiny
pf In, feeling
ntrvous, dizzy,
weak and
dragged-down
by weaknesses
of her sex
with eyes
sunken, black
circles and
pale checks
such a woman
ia quickly re
stcred to
health by the
Favnrit' Pro.
Bcription of Dr. Pierce. Changed,
100, m looks, for alter taking Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription tho
skin becomes clear, the eyes
brighter, the checks plump. It is
purely vegetable aud conUdpj no ;
alcohol.
Druggists Bell it in tabled or
liquid, or Bend Doctor Pierce, at
Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., ;
10 cents for trial package. t
Redding, Calif. "Dr. Pierce'3 ',
Favorite Prescription is perfectly j
wonderful. I owe everything to
this medicine. When I was passing 1
thru middle age I suffered every- i
thing. Finally, I decided to take !
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
It stopped the headaches, the pains j
and ihe hemorrhages. I never had j
any more trouble. It really is
great." Mks. R. B. Ralph, 60 !
Terllunum Street. !
WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF
Men's work and dress
Pants
IN TOWN.
ALL NEW 1921 PRICES.
Men's Work Pants 2-43
Men's Work and Dress Pants $2.9.
Men's Work and Dress Pants fHl
Extra Heavy Work Pants : -50
A Fine Line of Men's Tailor Made Dress,
Pants $5.00 to $7.50
THEHU
32 Stores
745 Main St.
11
SPICED WITH TUSSLE
CHICAGO, Feb. If). (A. p.) The
council hearing on the proposed state
law to authorize boxing was inter
rupted today hy a f Lsiio encounter be
tween "Tommy" White, former feath
erwdtght chanipion, and Alderman J.
H. Lyle. The encounter occurred out-(
siile tho council chamltr viiile scores
of aldermen, buainessinen and cluh
women wero discussing provisions of
the proposed law. It resulted from
White's advocacy of a clause permit-j
ting decision contests.
Ihe men were separated by Fpecta-j
tors after several blows had been
struck.
USED
FORDS FOODS
FORDS
One 1918 Touring $323.00
One 1919 Touring $350.00
One 1918 Roadster ......... $225.00
One 1918 Roadster $250.00
We have a few more good buys
Priced from $12o.C0 up.
Simpson Auto Co- -
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
TALK OF 'LAYING DOWN
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 10. (A. P.)
The Xxuisiana boxing commission
today ordered cancellation of the
scheuuled 15-round bout between Pal
Moran, lightweight champion of the
south, and Frankie Farren, holder of
tlie I'arific coast lightweight title, and
suspended Moran. The commission
said that it based its action on alleg
ed statements of lloran that he in
tended to box only two or three rounds
and have the referee award the fit: lit
to Fiirrcn.
Kraitorntrtl Apples Steady;
Primcti 1-Vvprh.
XEW YODK, Feb. 10. Evaporated
apples steady. Prunes feverish. Ap
ricots and peaches dull. Raisins
steady.
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Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronlo and Nervous Diseuses. and
Diseases of Women. X-Hay Electric
Therapeutics.
Temple BUlg. Room 12
i . , Phone 411
OREGON REFUSES OFFER
TO MEET BOSTON U. ON
GRIDIRON IN NOVEMBER
KFCKNF Or.. Feb. 10 rA IM
The t.Tier rt-i'cixed from Uo.tton uni
versity, Pustoii. Mas., for a football
Kame wiui tne t niverstty of Oregon
leant to le played lit Postnn Xovem-
her 1 t,liV-lv wn r..f.-i't...i it.u .,,1.
jletle riMineil of the I niversity of. Ore
son. Tiie reasons Riven are that It
would take fully two weeks to make
the trio bt.ih wavs and thn lniritv
of OreKnn lias scheduled the ann'oal
j came wllh Orvtron Ac'rienlturnl col
! Ii'ko Jiict a week later than the date of
fered by Boston .university.
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Lessens Labor
Goes Farther
Guar-
nteed
ZO-MliUTIAM
BOH AX
cmvs
DR. C. II. DAY
l'liysiclnn nud SurKeoil
Osteiiatli
Rooms IS and S5 Smith-Crawforl
Huildins.
Telephone "04 Res. 74J-R
The New 1921
Paige
is a
BEAR
Have you seen it at our show room?
Alta and Cottonwood Sts.
0. E. mm auto co.
Phone 16
CONROY'S
CASH GROCERY
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL
Sugar 10 1-2 pcurds $1.00
Sack ""' j95q
Pineapple, No. 2 1-2 tins, regular 50c special 30c
Cryttal White Scap, 4 for 25c
Federal Milk, 2 ca.ns 25c
Weosons CH Pints, 35c; quarts, 65c
S?a Fcam Waihlng Powder, large package 25c
Aunt Je.nima Buckwheat, package . 15c
Ccfi'ee, HIHs Red 1 pound, 48c; 5 pounds, $2.35
Rice, the pound Q7c
bmall White Cal. Navy Beans, pound 07c
Com, tclid pack, each 17c; 6 for $1.00
Extra Sugar Peas, can qc
Tea Garden Syrup, 1-2 gallon, 85c; 1 gallon $1.65