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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 17. 1921.
Bees Will Tangle With Beavers
in Roseland About April 19;
i : Fans Are Watching 'Dope.'
I ' ronTlAND, Or., March 17.--A.V.
I',) The national glint will opeh lu
. gates In the Northwest ahout Aprll'l.t
, at Seattle and Portland, with the Renin
holding forth up on tho ffciund, aicj
, the Bea tangling with the Bfiiverx In
. Itoxelund. ' '
Fans and Panettee in the wild and
woolly wxt are watching the dally
' "dope" from Pomona, the training Kite
of the Slwaahea, and from Hantii
" Maria, the munlcle-srliiniiiK grounds
of the Beaver.
The "Inside dopemnn" of himchall
' agree that the eqiiad from the Bound
City ha It on the f'ortlnndcrti a million
, waya. Manager Kenworthy, tho well
known "Kopeck" of tho Coast Lphsuo,
' had a gang of "vet" grinding; away In
the Orange Uelt of California that
will make the other Heven clmiia of the
; V. C. L. etep lively to head them off In
a runaway-race fur tho gUiifubin of the
. While down In Punta Marin, where
' the Icy breeze from the Puclflc ocean
' nweepa over tho diamond, Manager
McCredle, the gentleman . farmer, ha
a large and Jucy bunch of "miHhera
whirling away twice a dny in hope o
carving their lumen in the Hall of
Coant league Fame.
, : limm Walter haa Dick Cox, outfield
er; Wea Kingdon, inflelder; Tel naker,
catcher: Itudy Kalllo. Harold PaullHon
and Ham Rom, pitcher left from the
wreck of the 1820 cellar champsVNew
men algned for 1 92 1 are:
J Catcher, King and Flnhrr. Infleld
er, Umler, Payton, Young and Poole,
flutflelder. Bour, Oenln, Frederick.
WllHon and Cox, Pitcher, Harold
Hon, Zlnk Conneel, Taltt, 1'llette,
Johnnon ond Ilrohan.
In Pomano, the Seattle club hag a
"Ht of player drilling thai Mhooln
caiiHe Joy to titiprlo lip und down the
Bplm o( tho Siwaith clly baseball
"aee." Manager Kenworthy hn tin
following: Cntcher "Tub- i-'Tiencer and Jack
Adam. Pitcher "Curly" Drown, Al
Dcmaree, Kwartz, (iardner, "CXean
Schorr. Inflelder "Hod" Murphy,
Kenworthy, W'lmenell. Elliot, KMimriV.
Smith. Outfielder "Brick" Eldred,
Cunningham, Lane, Mlddleton.
SEES NEXT FALL
Gotham Euga Hope for Victory
for Both Giants and Yanks
' in Race for League Titles.
CHICAGO, March 17. (A. P.)
Charles Comlpkcy, president of the
Chicago American league bamhall to
oay nevereo an relation with seven
White Box player connected with the
1919 world' series scandal. In a
communication addressed to the play
ers Conilskcy notified them that a a
result of the g.irfiMIng probe all con
tracts between them and the club nre
to bo ronsidcred null and void.
Hi:iX TO PI.AV KT.XI'Olt
FAN' KltANClSCO, March 17. (A.
P.) Arrangement for a game hero
Saturday between the Salt Uike team
of the Pacific Coast Lcuirue and the
Stanford Cniverslty nine were complet
ed yesterday. This will bo the first
local appearance of the Bees, who are
in training at lioyca Springs,
ItK.ITSKS TO MAKK PAVMKXT
CIXCIXXATI, March 1 7. (A. P.)
Tho chamber of commerce at Cisco,
Texns, where the Cincinnati National
league baseball club is In training, ha
refused to make It second payment of
$2,600 on It guarantee of 17,500 to the
P.eil to train .there, according to ad
The first payment was made when
t be ten m arrived.
SERVICE SANITATION j
NIPPON BRAND YELLOW CLING
,, , .. Packed in 60 degree syrup?
Only 25c Can
You are invited here Saturday for this
event interesting and educational.
"od At Uie Sign of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
combination. The Athletic looked
good lam year at thi time.
Washington, with a pUcher or Hvo.
has a good club, one that will be a
mark for none but It Isn't of pennanl
Ty Cobb with the Tigers and Hugh
Duffy with the Kcd Box may bring
ihelr clubs higher up In the race, but
it Is almost too much to expect pen
nants from them in their first year.
y i ' ill
LET'S GO! WHERE? i
OLD TIME BALL
ECHO CITY HALL, i
.FRIDAY, MARCH 18TII
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XKW VOItK, March 17. (Henry
I j. Parrell, U. P. Stuff Correspondent)
i'p and down Broadway, they're
tulklng about a "private world's Be.
rie" on the Polo ground next full.
The Gotham buns are sure that the
major league pennants will drop Into
the arni of tho Giants and the Yan
kees. In disposing of the American League
pennant, however, there is Just the
slightest concern to find out what
Trig Speaker will have to say about
evacuating the front line trenches
that he look butt fall.
Looking over the world's champion
Indian, one nets fairly hit In the face
with the imprersion that Tri Sprakei
will have quite a lot to guy.
Speaker thinks so well of his cham
pions that ho didn't turn a hand all
winter to linpruve the club. Oihei
club went through a hectic winter ol
trade and attempted trades, bu
Speaker went hunting.
On dope, unreliable a It may b
sometimes, the Cleveland lr.be sbouk
repeat and win their second pennant
n a row.
They fnce the same rosy prospecti
that the Cincinnati iUd had las.
spring but it i almost u certain fac
that Speaker will not allow the Indi
ans to follow" the wild ways thai
wrecked the Moran bunch.
'Duster"' Mails practically won !hc
pennant for the Indian last your
That sterling southpaw came Just al
the opportune moment when the greal
Stan Coveleskle and Jim liagby wen
about to break down under the ter
rific burden of carrying the club alone.
Mails stepped In and won every gamt
he pitched. ,
He should he Just a good this sea
son and working regularly with thi
other pajr of stars. Speaker ought tc
have about the best staff In the league
The Indian boss says he would noi
be surprised to see his trio turn in It
victories during the season. If thej
do and If the other members of the
staff do no belter than break In theii
atars, the pennant is ure for Ohio.
4 . was thought last fall that Speak
er would try to get a more exper!
enced short stop to take the place ol
the game kid. Joey Sewell. but th
Indian Chief Is going to stick to him
and claims that he will be the star ofc
Only the Xew York Yankees seem
to stand in the way of the Indians anc:
the rag. The White Sox are absolute
ly gone and tho St. Louis Browns ar
The Yanks aren't much better thar
they were last year and they weren't
good enough then.
Manager Husgins has a brg outfielc!
problem nnd even the return of Frank
Baker does not make it sure that hu
nfield will be any better than las
year. He has a terrific hitting team
of course, but it is so slow as F
tank. His pitching statf is no strong
er and although he has ridden the
camp of "bolsheviks," there Is no cer
tainty that he will have any more au
thority than he had last season
which was practically none.
The St. Louis Brown nre one of
those things that are liable to pop oul
at any time. There was friction Ins'
year between the. club owners and the
management. This removed by the
appointment of Lee Fohl, the clul
may do better and cause trouble In
the race. The Prowns have a good ball
club and if Fohl Is able to get them
working consistently, they must be
It may bring a laugh, but Connie
Mack's club may he a big surprise. The
lean old manager has been experi
menting for five years and thre's no
telling when he will strike the righi
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LAKE CHARLES, Iji., March 17.
'A, P.) "liabe' Jtuth headed a squad
if four who knocked home runs here
c-Bterday In an exhibition fame be
tween tho New York Yankees und the
it LoiIh Cardinal. The Cardinal
.vere defeated 14 to s.
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YA?HIX'GTOX, March 17. (U, P.1
Overcoats, "lieavies" and umbrel
las will be in vogue tomorrow in all
part of tho country except the far
south and extreme southwest, the
weather bureau stated. Generally
colder weather is in prospect for the
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We have a complete line of Ladies'
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I CASTLE GATE
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Many mothers bear tmo-pound
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Kolb anil lill
Standing in tho lobby of the theatre
ho other nicht, after the final of Kolb
i Dill in "The High Cost of Loving,"
me of the many patrons was heard to
ay "Had Wrtster been working on a
lew diitionary at the present time he
A'ould no doubt give the definition of
be word Liughter as Kolb & Dili in
"The High Cost of Loving."
It would be a hard job to figure out
ust how many people they have made
h.itW- v.-),!,; ,hln furr Kill fhn rirouft .
.P., cava' h r,.t "rllv" Irvlnir lo I "S'ng f Or
igure It out as they have played it i
learly 601 times and most always to j
japacity hotiHes. -
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Besides the two popular stars am",
he large company of artistM carried to
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arry their own, Symphonic Jazz
irchestra and an Octette of singins
.oloists who provide many most In
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n March IS.
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