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DAILY EAST PRltGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH lb, 1921.
FAST AS WIND AT
McGraw Pleased With Work of
Hit Infield; Dave Bancroft
Condition Has Improved.
RAN ANTONIO. Tex., March 15.
John J. McQraw, llimh Ji-nnlng nn1
Jem Burkett held a Khcirt Houston of
pmlae, thunkimlvlnr mid jollification
nftir the Clant hud put through an
other double-ended ncHlon of Inton-
Hive practice In- red hot mid-July
weather the other day.
The occasion for the rejoicing was
the continued Improvement In the
ptayxicai condition of Iave Bancroft,
leaultlnc In quite a hit of work In thu
Inner defense, the lennatlonal way In
wnieti much haw adapted hlmwir to
Condition at eecond bam, and the
qulcknme with which "Ooldie" I'tapp
ta picking up big leaanie waya.
H thin infield trio ahowa the Im
provement In the next nlno daya thy
have In the luxt three, McOraw feel
that he can leave here on the trip
North afral i of nothing the National
or American League can produce.
That taken In the Cleveland rhumplonx
too, for the Oliint will meet them on
Marco 19 and 18 at Pollaa In the fti-Hl
two game after breaking camp.
Bancroft la getting itrcmner. al
though he atill im eaHily in hla fiold
Int; work. He doe a good deal of hit
tlnr practice In order to find hla eye.
M the player aay, but doean'r exert
himself In throwing. It la Jtmt the
other way with Rapp and Frtach. They
are tlrelew, and are lining the ball
aoroaa to Kelly Juxt a they will have
to do In April and May.
. "PrlBch will cover more ground i.t
eoond base than anyone playing the
featT," aaid Hugh Jennings. "It un
canny the way he get around an.2
break down hard hit ball. He I o
fust on the recovery thai many an ap
parent safety will be knocked down
by him even when the ball I too hard
hit te be handled cleanly.
, Komethlng in a leaner degree can b
aaid about Ilapp. This kid la quick' on
the rebound. You can drive them at
him with force enough to knock him
over, but he always atav In trafoblns
, dlatance, and when he throwa he' juat
a liable to do It with both feet in the
air. -rv,-i '.. .
.The Idea of getting "net" on the
ground lun't part of the baiwhall lenrn.
ed by the new third Hacked of the
Glanta. ' '. .
JESSIE BURRALL ;
How'd you like to be rure of a
raise of 11000 a year until 1926T
This girl la. Sho la Miss Jessie
Burrall, new teacher of Christian
philosophy In St. Stephen's Col
lege, Columbia, Mo. She starts at
15000 this year and gets Iisof
more every year until 182.
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MEET AT LOS ANGELES
University of California Easy;
Winner With 8&V2 Points toi
4 12 for Their Opponents. ;
LOS A.VJV'J.I', Oil.. l arch 1.1.
(A. r.) Tin- rnlvcrBlty V California
track team Idefeated L'nfj'erally 01
Southern Cailfornin, KSt4 tA 41 Vi In a
meet on IJov jinl field here vW'HteiduV.
Charles l'addock, V. H. C, Olympic
"Print champion, accounted Vur two
of the team Jflrrta, winning tAe 100.
yard dash In 9 4-5 aecondH uud the
2211-yard (imp n 22 flat.
"flrlck" Mulder, California's Olimple
star, waa the gliding individual boliit
minner of the liiy, taking first lii thi
broad and hih', jumpf, and iwonil In
the Javelin throifc and third in the ilis
cua for a total if H,
if il is
, TO GET EARLY TRIAL
CHICAGO, llaitch 13. (A. P.)
IVspit protest h or. the state's attor
neys office, counsel Vor tlx of the elslit
indinted ChlcaKo Viite Sox players
were successful tody In forcing an
early trial before Juvr W. B. Devcr.
Juduc rever announced that the
case would be rallcll Thursday and
I that an early date foi the trial would
! be net.
KTIt AXtJI KIt TO WltESTI.F.
D.tU.Aa Tex., March 15. (A. P.)
L'd OJtranglert Lewia, chnmplon
heavyweight wreatler,- will meet Ar
thur Lee Helge, Heltslan, here Friday
7.UVSKO TintOWS STrXIHTit
NEW YOHK, March 1 S. (A. P.)
fltantnlau Zb'fl.o of . rojtnd, Jhfi
Joe gtethcr, formr world'a patch a
catch can wrestling champion, last
night In two hours, 16 minutes, 10
aeconda, with a crotch hold and wrist-lock.
. Buy where. you know that you are receiving
the very finest brands at the least possible
, price ; where you know it is just as the clerk says
it is. Such a place is this store.
Low prices prevail here. They go hand in
hand with good quality.
Open an account here enjoy its conven
iences. - '
At the Sign of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
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DKTHOIT, Jlich., Harch 15. -(A
P.) "Kid" Lfrwl of X'(w York, out
pointed Jack Perry of Pittsburg, In a
10-round bout lata n:rot. y
WHEN THOMAS QUIT
-to'-" .,a,u - '.. - 4,
WASHIXOTON, March l. (Unit
ed Presa.) When Senator tlharles S.
Thomas of Colorado left the Senate on
March 4, -that aujfust body lat much
of the comic relief that occasionally
punctuates debate on wholly tyrosahv
Hills cannot bs
aroma, fine flavor
s is protected bij a
, Pacuuia can
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P h i hl
Work Clothing fori Men
This store can save you money on every pur
chase. Come in to this store and see the won
derful values we are giving.
Men's Work Pants $2.43 and $2.93
Men's Heavy Work Pants. . . . . . $3.15 and $4.50
Men's Dress Pants $ 4.50 to $7.50
Men's Full Cut Work Shirts X . . 9c
Men's Bib Overalls, extra heavy .. $1-19
Men's Work Shoes $2.9. t $6.50
Men's Khaki Extra Heavy Coveralls . . . .1 $3.4j
Men's Work Gloves Gauntletts and Wrist A, 8.c
Men's Riding Pants, heavy whip cord $3.4
Men's Union Suits JJ 52
Men's Heavy Cotton Ribbed Union Suits. $1.48
Army Blankets $3.00
40 Cash Stores
745 Main St
The senate was considering an am
endment of the aRrlcultural bilt, pro
vldlntt 115,000 "for the study o pro
cesses and methods of home tunning
of lace and other leathers used on the
I "I should like to inquire," tyiid
i Thotnaa. ' hat lace leather is. 1
I know there was a species of 'hojnc
tanning' In vogue when I was a small
! boy, but that was some time ago. Sin.ce
then home tanning seems to need roc
ognitlon. What iB It?"
Thomas was told that the amend
ment did not refer to the punitive ex
ertions of vexed parents, but that lace
leather was used in sewing of belts
and the mending of harness.
The trouble with farming today, ac
cording to Thomas. Is that it has be
come an "appropriation industry."
"Long ago," he explained, "we
reached the point where any activity
upon a farm, no matter where it may
occur, or what the activity is,
once proceeds with i ghtning speed to
Washington far an appropriation and
for paternal iiiyest'-gation at so much
ier ear. In Ue good old daya when
farming was farming, when farmers
were not farme.l us they are nowa
days, the farmeiV secured for them
selves needed articles of both produe-
- Then Thomas io.k a crack ui
tor Ashurst of ArlAuia, who had ob
tained a 110,0(10 increase on the appro
priation for studying the physiolosy of
plants by serving tlie senators with
choice varieties of western dates.
"I am particularly sXruck.". Thomas
said, "by the now method of securing
appropriations that' oH producing
some samples of the subject that is
sought to be sweetened by tin appro
priation and passing it around to the
senators. We ate figs anil dates yes-"
terday, which coiit the people of the
t'nited States 10.00.
"Hereafter, I have no doubt that
when the agricultural bill is to be con
sidered, the senate chamber will be
converted into a delicatessen store.
Kach senator will have his wares ready
to he passed around and sampled by
the Jaw-msKers. whose votes will be
influenced to some degree by the pal
atable nature of the commodity in
"I hope that practice will not be ex
tended to the animal department of
this bill.' We now make large appro
priations for the extermination of pre
datory animals. There is one preda
tory animal whose presence in the
chamber might change its atmosphere
In a stampede instead of an appropria
tion. I hope the exhibits will be con
fined to fruits and vegetables."
Mr. Ford Owner
Do you know that our shop is equip- ;
ped to do your Repair Work. That we
., have the most modern machinery
money can buy to handle each and every
job efficiently and quickly. That, our "
mechanics are trained the Ford way
and are experts in their line. That we
carry a complete stock of genuine Ford
parts amounting to $12,000.00. That
our motto is service first, last and al-
- ways. ,; v..
Let us do your Ford work, it will !
The Home of the Ford.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sis.
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Fy Tincher. educated to be a
'Mary Garden or a Tettrazlnl. Is
the feminine Charlie Chaplin of
I When Far lived t Tppeka.
Kan., she wanted to go on the
stage. Her parents compromised
on grand opera. Fay "finished"
ftt Kurope and. arrivlnil In New
Vork. flopped right Into a Broad
8he must have been so had thai
she was funny, fo." Griffith signed
her up to do two-reel comedies.
Now she is leading- funny woman
In Christie comedies.
u Glories of M Yosemite
The Yosemite Country extends ah in
vitation to all lovers of the great out-dobrs.
It presents a variety of scenic grandehr
unsurpassed anywhere in the world
lofty mountains, noble forests, beautiful
lakes, colorful flowers, and mystic falling
waters. It is 1,124 square miles of scenic V
superlatives. .. V
Good motor roads lead into Yosemite
National Park. Garage and automobile
camp sites are provided in the valley
and every whe!s you can get "Red Crown"
the gasoline with a continuous chain of
boiling points. "Red Crown" will get you
there and get you back.
Look for the Red Crown sign before
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Friday, March 18
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Reserved Seats on Sale at the Peoples Warehouse
Prices $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00, plus tax
NYE-WAKD SHOE CO.
I have opened an up-to-date shoe shining par
lor in Nye-Ward Co.'s new shoe store. The class
of shining parlor Pendleton people have long
needed. Open week days during business hours.
Saturdays to 9:30 p. m. Sundays-9 a. m. to 3 p.
ra. Shining Stand Phone 622.
Geo. W. Hooker, Oregon Journal Agt..
BUTTER, pound 50c
HONEY, .pint 40e, -quart 75c
SUGAR, best cane, sack 9.75
FLOUR, sack $2.60
SPECIAL Tuesday and Wednesday
Crystal White and Bob White Soap,
4 for , 25c
Carnatian 31 ilk, leans 50c
Van Camps Hominy, large can 16c
Head Puce, 12 pounds $1.00
Extra Special Aunt Jemima Buck
wheat Flour, package 10c