East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 26, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Image 9

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; KEEP ABREAST OF DOINGS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT DAILY IN ARTICLES BY STAFF WRITERS AND TWO NEWSSERVICES ON THIS PACE.
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1021.
DALLES TEAM MEETS
Pendleton Succeeds in Taking
. Both Games From Their Vis
; itors; Girls Game Played
First Then Boys Followed.
The Pendleton hitch school' "Hecond
.hetit" boy'a baukelhall tenm lut nlKht
ihnwed The Dnlleii firm tinim the road
to defeat In a rnme fr which the core
wu 20-23, while the local high' Klrln'
flrtit team won from the veiling Klrl'
quintet, acore 10-11. '
' The girls came w played flrnt and
proved to be omewhut one aided for
the local vlrla. t'endleton's guard
did not give The Dulleg a chance to
Khoot any banket and Pendleton's for
wards Mary Clarke and Jane Cheney
were too fast for the vImIm. With
tho accuracy of Pendleton's forwards
and the excellent team work of the lo
cals the acore ended 30-11. MUs
Kathleen Meloy varsity O. A. C. bun.
ketball player for three years refereed
the piM.
Pendleton' second string; men came
In the first of the game strong and
with several points ahead of the visit
on. The Dalle however regained and
at the end of the first half they led the
locals by one point the score ln-lng 14
1. Henderson was strong as a guard
and kept the visiting forwards from
getting many shots at the basket. The
Pendleton team came back strrtng In
the cnnd half and with the shootlni
of many fonls made by The Dalles
team kept the acore even during most
of the play. The last tour minutes of
play was the fastest of the whole
game. The acore waa even ami both
(earns were fighting hard for addition
al points. Pendleton however gott the
lead and defeated them by three
points. The final score being 23-20.
Henderson nnd Holmgren were sturs
for the loculs. While Harris was the
outHiindlng- pluyer for the vlBltors. The
The Pendleton boy and coach are be
ing congratulated- on their victory a
It was not expected of the green men.
After the firm teum was declared In-
clllKlble the coach set upon the train
ing of the team that pluyed the game
last evening, (ins Hurgy rcferced. Thsj
lineup and points scored were as fol
lows:
Hoy
The Dalles Harris (10) f.: O. Mann
(4) f.; K. Mann (2) c: Wright g,
Denrdorf (2) g, Wernmark, sub g. (2l.
Pendleton 11. Houxer f, Holmgren
(12)) f, Diing c, Henderson () e.
Sounder (2) g.
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The Dalles I.rittio flcnnott f. Doris
Bennett f, Jennie Pratt c, Muoel Kins
s. a, Eunice liolton g, rtuth Crofton g,
Gertrude Freddcn, sub. f, IhuIwI CYof
ton, sub c.
Pendleton Mary Clarke f,' Jane
Cheney f, Mildred Hogers, c, Irva Dule
c, Alberta M Monies g, Marie Flet
cher g.
University of Hawaii Asks for
Game to be Played Xmas
Day in Islands; Utah Aggies
Not Interested.
HONOLULU, Feb. 26. (A. P.)
1 he football team of the University of.
OreKon has been Invited to meet th.it
of the University of Hawaii in gam"
here nevt Christmas Day, It was an
nounced today by the student council
of the local institution.
Proposals to play here on that day.
made to Utah Agricultural ColleKe .'
Logun, und Occidental College, I.o
Anceles, failed to bring fruit, it wan
announced.
MAY AND DECEMBER
XEW YOrtK, Feb. 2. Willie Jack
son received the Judge's decision over
Johnny Dundee, at the end of a 13
round bout here at Mudlson Square
Garden lost night. The two New
York lightweights fought a fast bat
tle.
Jackson weighed 13S 3-4 pounds at
2 o'clock this afternoon and Dundee
three pounds lighter. It was their
tenth ring meeting.
Jackson's superiority last night was
demonstrated decidedly but Dundee
gave-'u wonderful exhibition of game
tic and ring strategy.
QUALITY , SERVICE SANITATION fj
A Few Points
, The crowning features of our stock of groceries
is, first, high quality; second, completeness; third,
the perfect condition of the goods, and, fourth, the
moderate prices at which we sell. .
Pendleton
Trading Co.
Phone 455 At the Sign of a Service 1
"If It'g on the Market We Have If
-Hii. rnr I ti sr iit nrnni rrtv
I iKtfllkilil KtutlttU
ii IN RUSSIAN PRISON
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WOX 10 JtOUXD 1MUT
CLEVBLAXD, Feb. 26. (A. P.)
Carl Tremuine of Cleveland, outpoint
ed Pal Moore of Memph.'s in a 10
round bout here last niK'ht. The men
weighed 118 pounds.
V.SIII(.TOX TOOK GAMR
BKATTLK, Feb. 26. (A. P.)
University of Washington defeated the
University of British Columbia, Van
couver, n. C, t S to 14, at basket ball
here last night.
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BEFORE akd AFTER
CHILDBIRTH
ATM 9m Wt uuutiiw uao iw tw
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Kept Her
in Health
Oeorge Itoche, CO, of Baltimore, has
secured a license to marry
Overpeck, 0." Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound helped me both
before and after my
baby waa born. I
suffered with back
ache, headache, was
generally rim down
and weak. I saw
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Com
pound advertised in
the newspapers and
decided to try it.
Now I fee! fine, take
care of my two boys
and do m v own work.
I recommend your medicine to anyone
who is ailing. You may publish my testi
monial if you think it will help others. "
Mrj.CAKHlE Y1LLIAMS, Overpeck, Ohio.
For more than forty years Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
been restoring women to health who I
suffered from irregularities, displace- ,
ments. backaches, headaches, bearing-
Hian nuina n..rv'iiiiun.MS ni 'tho ViIiiam "
Todpy there is hardly a town cr hamlet
in the United States wherein some
woman does not reside who has been
made well by it. That is why Lydia E.
:l f i
Opportunity
is not what may come to us tomorrow, but what
we make of it today Today is the opportune
time to begin to save money by doing your trad
ing at The Hub.
Men's Cotton 2-pieice Underwear, a garmt C'c
Men's Balbriggan Union Suits, a garmt.. $1.00
Men's Overalls and Jackets 95c and $1.19
Men's Suits $12.50 to $35.00
Boys' Suits $2.98 to $12.50
Barber Towels, a dozen 90c
Turkish Towels 15c, 18c, 25c
Glass Towels 18c
Ladies' Summer Unions &c
THE HUB
40 Cash Stores
743 Main St.
Katie Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is now
Hlntishler, 18. Hays he has been In recognized 83 the standard remedy for
love with her since she was eight. She Wicil ailments.
says she prefers a man who knows
WHITMAN" I,JST
SALEM. Ore.. Feb. 26 (A. P.)
Willamette University defeated Whit
man College at basketball here last
night by a score of 21 to 1?.
KKJIIT KNOCKOUTS MADB
XKVV YORK, Feb. 26. New York
amateur boxers scored victories in
four at the eight clatwes In the inter
city boxing tournament which ended
here last nitsht. Pittsburg boxers were
second with three victories and Phila
delphia was third with one. The
Uoston team did not score.
KiKht knockouts were recorded last
night.
the duties of a husband to light-headed
youths.
Leg
LABOR HALL
DON'T FORGET
ion Dance
Tonight
NAGLERS ORCHESTRA
-Bol-ele-
BERLIN', Feb. 28. (A. P.)
ihevlk prison methods lack all
ments of decency and civilization"
fays M. Schwartz, California socialist
vid labor IcaJer who with his wife
A'ns thrown into Bolshevist prisons in
Moscow for four months after he hud
failed to voice approval of the Hoi-'
shevist government. His wife died of j
the effects of a hunger strike started .
.vhile in prison, as he made known in j
previous statements.
".My first two months were the
worst," Mr. Schwartz snifl after ar-1
riving In Herlin. "My wife, who couH i
not speak a word of any language!
!ut English, was taken from me. I j
did not know whether she was in the j
same prison, or what had become of i
her. I could not get a word of satis
faction from any of the prison offi
cials. "There was a small peephole in the
door of my cell which opened into the
main corridor. This had a little slide
ocr It and there was a sign in Rus
sian warning the inmates of the cell
that they would be placed In solitary
'onfloem'.nt If they peeked out into
the corridor.
"Many times a day footsteps pass
ed the door. Sometimes there were
liKht steps and I imagined women
were passing. To the horror of other
men in tho cell with me, I occasion
ally moved the slide the least bit In
hope of getting a glimpse of my.wife.
I became bolder and bolder. The cor-
ridi.r was so dark It was difficult to
recognixo the people who were pass
ing.
"Finally, In sheer desperation , i
pushed the slide far back one day
when light footsteps were audible. To
my horror the eye of the guard almost
touched mine. He opened the dot
and ask me if I could read Russian.
4 I admitted X could and eliubiineil l(.
him Inat my anxiety about my wne
was reIKns:ble for the violation of
emulations'. .
"I was immediately taken to a dark
cell In the cellar. It was full of hun
jray tatx. Water and sewer pipes ran
all around the ivalls and tljere 'was so
much gas I felt 1 was choking. I be
gan pounding on the door but the
guard warned me not to and threat
ened to put me Into a still lower ce:.
if I didn't keep quiet.
"At the end of three hours I was so
radly overcome by the gas that I
pounded on the door in desperation
and asked to see the commissar who
was In charpe of the prison. The
guard was apparently uneasy about
my condition and called the commissar.
I t"1d the commissar my anxiety
would not have peeped through the
hole under the same condition. He
v.as moved by my appeal and asked
me If I wntiM promise not to repeat
the offense if he let me back into my
old cell.
"You may lie sure I promised, and
I kept my promise. I had compan
ions in my old cell and there weren't
any rats and gas there. I can't tell I
you how terrible It is to be confined
alone. Even If one's companions ha
no common language, human com- '
panship makes a cell more endurable.
Solitary confinement, such as my wife
endured for two months.vln Jhe most
horrible punishment that can be in-1
flicted. ' j
"J'hink of a, cultivated, refined
American woman being treated as ;
she was by the Iklshevists! It is no I
wonder that her constitution was so !
vndermlned by her Jail experience
that she died shortly after we were re- j
leased. But her blood is no the hands
of Len'ne and Trotsky and Uhitcher
In (Foreign Minister). She appealed
to them repeatedly for a hearing and
so did I. She finally effected our re
lease by her hunger strike, but hei
strength was not sufficient to survive
the awful agony, she endured."
In Those Days.
"Where are the merry villagers who
lised to dance on the village green?"
"You can now find them assembled
in front of the village screen." Film
Fun.
Leave It to II Int.
Sarcastic Debtor Did you ever suc
ceed in getting blood out of a turnip?
I-awyer No but I can get sugar out
about mv wif" and asked him if he ' of a dead beat.
Car Troubles
in the busy season are annoying and usually very costly
in the los3 of time. The busy season will sopn.be here
have the car repaired now.
' We do cylinder grinding and general repairing of
automobiles and trucks.
Oldfield & Peterson
812 Garden Phone 177
IN REAR OF OREGON MOTOR GARAGE
I
ttiat they would be placed In solitary
PAINLESS!
ii i i , . . it
It doesn't hurt jlotiliin much to
I imve his teeth pulled, says Dr. A. A.
Feist, St. Paul veterinarian. Horse's
y I skill tho operation la painless.
If you stepped into a New Serie9
5-passenger Paige Glenbrook
without knowing its make or
price and experienced its power,
speed and general excellence in
actual performance, we would be
willing to make this prophecy:
After a single demonstration of
its capabilities you would price
the Glenbrook at five hundred
dollars mor.e than it costs. .
That is because there are no
existing standards by which the
New Series Glenbrook can be
compared. It has established its
own standards.
There is only one way to prove
such strong statements to ride
in the car.
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PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO.. DETROIT)
0. E. H0LDIAN AUTO CO.
Thone
THB MOST IA?TMl CAR. A'MElCICA.
VI 1
mil !.isv
Hydraulic
Press
FOR YOUR TRUCK TIRES
Every day you lay up your truck tires to be pressed
you lose from $15.00 to S50.00. That is what your
truck is worth per day. With this press it is only a mat
ter of minutes for us, applying pressed on tires
Come in and let us prove it get acquainted with
our thorough service facilities.
Simpson Tire Service Co.
L. A. MENTON, Mgr.
223 E Court
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Trices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
CONROY'S
CASH GROCERY
The Store That Saves You Money
BUTTER, BEST ON THE MARKET, LB 60c
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
20 Bars Crystal White Soal,
regular value $1.40
5 Bars Cream Oil Soap,
regular value 50
1 Package Sea Foam Washing Powder,
regular value 35
Special Deal Price 17. $1.80
Extra Fancy Apples, box S2.25
Folgers Ensign Coffee, white package, each. . 30c
, Olive Oil (REIMDARTO) ..pint SOc, quart $1.50
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