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PAGES 7 TO 10
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, 1921
Would You Trade Daddies?
Baseball Gambling by Weak
Minded Players Held up as
Ruinous to Sport's Repute.
CLEVELAND, March 31. fA. P.)
Certain owner of major leairua clulm
have not heen true to their i runt uiul
'will be. driven from bnwball, Han
JohnHon, renldent of the American
loHKue, declared' laid nlKhl. Theae
..facts, he said, developed from the In
vestigation Into the buHcball acundal.
"Thirty per cent of the owners of
team In the, American and National
IffUnien miint ko," he Mild. "Chanuea
In 'ownemhlp are netpHaary for the
Itood of the irarne and I expect to ne
the other owner combine with me In
helping bring about the much needed
Me refuned to utiite who the accused
- "Biuiehall suffered a temporary ef.
" bark as a rewilt of the Is 19 world'a
aerlen acandal and tho dlnmlmial of the
Indictment returned ana I Tint the Chi
cago players and others Involved," he
"Raaeball mtit be cleaned or all the
poieon Injected Into lis system by a few
petty ranihhers and several eaMily
tempted plnyerH, and I will not rent
content until the general public nay
of the national game that the wound
ha been thoroughly healed and the
guilty have been aufflclently punish
,Mr. Johnsnn delivered an nddreai
here last night on "Keep Baseball
(animn to r.Mi'iitK
CHICAGO. March 31. (A P.)
William tjuthrle of Chicago, for eight
yean, an umpire. In tho Pacific Coast
League, yesterday mas idgned by l'renl
cient Tearney of the Western Ijeugiu'
to replace Franli WilHon, who has
been mild to the American League
With the Hlgning of Oiithrle, the Went
ern league staff of umpires was com
OLYMPICS AT CHICAGO
CM.IVAOO, Marci 31. -(A. p..)
The water polo and relay teams of the
Olympic club of Sun I'Yanclwo arrived
here yesterday and went Into training
for the national amateur athletic union
water championships April 6 and 7.
'1 he waternem, holder uf the national
title In water polo, will train dally at
LESS THAN 8 SECONDS
CLfTVBLAND, Ohio, March HI,
(A. P.) Mix Charlotte Unyle of the.
York Kwimmlng association, won
the national A. A. IT. 100-ynrd swim
for women last night In one minute
7 1-5 seconds, within one second ot
the j-eoorrt for the distance. -
Marguerite Woodrldge, of Detroit,
won the open 6(1 yard free style for
women and the open 1(10 back stroke
for women. The fancy diving, event
for women went to Helen Wainwright
of the New York swimming associa
tion. ' Andy. Core of the University of
Pittsburgh, captured tho open 2!0
yard free tsi swim for men.
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EIVI1L SEJBERT PLAYS
ORHXSOX AOR'ICl.XTIT.AL COI
Bo K, Corvallis, March 31. The In
itial varsity baseball pime for the 1921 j
tieason on the home lot will oe stngea
here Saturday when the Oregon Aaie
lash with the alumni team which has;
been unranlzcd liy Aile S-itrts, for-1
nier AKKie dinnmnd star, who has lines j
Up a capable aKregation to combat
Jimmy. KIchardwn'H pa.nimeis.
JOHX IB. HAC'KEIl nj:.i
Hronl:line, Mass., March 31. (A.
P. I William llngarty, 'j2, known In
the 80s as "the sporting barber", back
er of John K Sullivan, America's
heavyweight prize fight champion,
died of apoplexy iiay. He was Iw
Sullivan's corner from 1882 when he
l acked him in his bout with Paddy
Ryan, until Pullivan was defeated by
James J. Corbett.
' OAKLAND WO.V
IJEHKE1.RY, Calif., March 31. (A.
1M Yhe Oakland team of the Pacific
Coaat baseball league defeated Cali
fornia t'nivermty nine here yesterday
l v a acore of 21 to 3. Oakland obtain-
ed 19 hits.
Frej-h from their two victories over f
the North Pacific colleRe team (it Port-! )n the O. AV. IS- & X.
land the Affiles have been putting in! pt, lately over, was put to work in
some strenuous iickh w iin an over-j a railroad ireigtu jrara, oui as '
abundttnre of hlttinir practice bplna; In- I u-ajisfi rred to the telephone switch-
The Alumni and students of the Pcridlcton
High School are cordially invited to be present
at the Annual Junior Prom, April 1.
Elks' Temple '
dulgetl in. Wehaj-dson has made It
Known that heavy cannonading of the
horsehldo pellet will be one of the
main requisites for a berth on the Ag
gie team. The Aarcie conch is wllllns;
to take chances on a . "bobble" or
two provided the players make up for
It In swatting the ball.
Ado Selhert is marhallln? together
a mlshty rmvi aKRiVeatton and will
Invade Corvallis with Such former
diamond stars aa "llicky" Williams,
Kenny Oliver,. Kmll Pelbert, Blossom
Reelev. "Itutts" Kenrdnn, Dutch Fryer,
"Snlke" Hutt. "lirowu:e" Cross ana
Joe Supple. Jask Hayes, the hard
hitting Salem outfielder, has signified
his willlmrness to return to the campus
and tmasts of a home-run every timet
he steps to the plate.
Italph Coleman, former yars'ty
twirler and now a member of the ath
letic department, will start tho 'twirl
ing for the alumni team. He will be
assisted by Ado Petbert and possibly
Benny ulver. Wallace Kadderly,
l.yle Wilcox and other (truds will be
In the lineup.
The varsity lineup wilt not be an
nounced until tho day of the game.
It will likely be the same as that which
faced North Pacific college at Port
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'Tis in the yards yell find the box
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HUE IH)ES PAMAC.E
BQUMI.SH, B. C, March 31 (A.
P. 1 Fire destroyed the Archibaftl and
Hawkins blocks here this forenoon.
In addition to a number of small
chops, the Bank of Commerce, and the
government telegraph office were in
the buildings. The loss is estimated at
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A certain London Maeistrate was
possessed; of a dr- wit. He w-aa tak
ing coffee In his club one summer
evening when a fellow member re
marked that hot coffee was not a good
summer drink. "You .should taka
cooling drinks," he added. "Have you
ever tried Rin and ginger beer?"
"No," answered the Magistrate, "but
I've tried a number of men who have."
- Tattler, Londpn.
A Courtooiis Formality.
"I have sent word to my constitu
ents that I will welcome advice at any
linf." remarked Senator Sorghum.
-Hut vrtn'11 a-ft an much vou can't I
"All I am saying Is that I will give
it a polite welcome. I'm not promis
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