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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1921.
a "New Arm
TIGER MEAT EASY
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Every Man on Local Team is
Good Hitter if Initial
Game May be Relied Upon.
The Pendleton nur karoo run rnuKh
shod over the Colored Tigers yester
day at Itound-l'p I'ark. This wns th -'l shooting In the Inland empire tcl-
Local Men Scored Total of
74; Sptagne 72; Ellensburg
and Walla Walla Made 75.
SPOKANE. Wash., April 4. (A. P.)
Thin wuh an Ideal duy for rlny tar-
first (tame for the Murks, but how
they did h.'t the old ball.
No one known the actual count ,lut
It wa something Ilka 40 to 3. The
white bo made eo many and made
them o fnt tnat the score keeper
who had no adding machine, couldn't
In the first Inning; the Tiger went
out In one, two three order. The
i Iluck batted clear around and then
ome. Six run clattered arroK the
pan. Never an Inning appeared but
what they (cored from two to rlcht
time, and only seemed to quit when
' The Tiger couldn't Ret a hit off
Kuck, who pitched the first three In
tnlnga. Only one scratch hit did they
'earner from Duff, who pitched thf
ext three. Their only marker were
"scored from the delivery of Warmuth
who toiled the Inst two Inning. And
they were flfts. a "Wurmie" merely
lobbed the ball over.
Of course the local can't expert a
easy pitching In the Hlue Mountain
League thl season, but at that they j
showed the fan that they are capable
of hitting. Kvery man on the team
made at leaf three cure hit apiece,
home runs, two bagger and three bag
ger were sprinkled freely in the slug
fest. Following I the lineup of the
Iluck: Olson, 3b; Ilunly, ss; Peter
son, c; fityiion, If; Carey, lb; Neilton
2b; Thompson, rf: Qlbbs. cf; Kuck,
luff and Warmuth, pitchers.
Every Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day at 4:30 the local will practice at
the park. ' The next game is Kundny
with Moose Jaw.
i Following are the scores
St. JohnH-Unrrield 71;
Waitsliuig 74; Odessa 63.
(Mitngt Vt; Pendleton 7!.
Yakhna 72; l.ewiston-1'umcroy
Cheney 73; Wallace 7 3.
Orovllle S8; Walla Wulla 7.1.
Palouse-Culfax 73; Coulee City
npoknne 74; Kllensburg 75.
Two Have IVrfei-t Score
Trfe following scores were made ut
Collins park f-linday:
liaum 25, llay Fuangle 25, Lee
Matlock 21, Don Itowman 24. Total 74.
Hoi liaiim nlso bruke EO targets
without n miss. .
Following is the score of those who I
shot at 50 tnrgets;
Hoi Pnum . 25 25 50
H. Spangle -25 23 41
'iiiy Matlock , 23 ' 24
Flnley fireybeal 23 22
finis Kirk Patrick 2 3
I-ce Matlock . . 24
Jim Kstes 19
CfJ-Ke Haer t 21
Carney Oldficld 17
Jack Di'lph lg
Tex Arteiiurn 16
Following in the score of those who
shot nt 25 targets only. Dun Howman,
24: Maurice leader, 19.
' The attendance was small on ac
count of a typographical error In Sat
urday Kant Oregonian which led the
shooters to believe that the hours were
rmm 1 p. m. until j p. m when it
should have been 10 a. m. until 2 p. tn.
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-WAV IK)W.V EAST"
II. W. Griffith' plcturlzntlon of
"Way Down Kaat." taken from the!
famous stage play of Lottie Blair
Parker and which has been one of the;
American theatrical classic for twen-.
ty-two years, will be presented at thr ;
Alta theatre for the first time on Tucs-;
c'ay evening, April 5th., continuing for
thiee days with an unusually brilliant!
at of Interpreting plaers Includins
j L ilian Olsh, Richard Barthelmess, j
'.MarJ' Hay. Hurr Mcintosh, Lowell,
jl'herman, Crcighton Hale, Mrs. Mor- j
lan Ileltnont, Kate Itruce, Edgar Nel-.
i inn, (ieorgc Neville, Vivla Ogden, Port-1
er Strong. Josephine Bernard, Mrs. j
j David Uirnlau. Patricia Fruen, Floy
Jc nce Short, Emily Fltzroy, Myrtl.! !
.''utch and others. I
i The photo-drama production of this1
j popular play represents ten months of
, labor ana an enormous outlay of
! money. The story of trie play Is fol
i lowed with fidelity and what digres
sions are made deemed necessary to
: enhance dramatic values through ex-
"Way Down East" is Mr. Griffith'?.
most stupendous production. As In-j
j novations are expected In his presenta-
Itions there will be no disappointment
in his latest effort for the thrilling
jsnow torm and enthralling tee gorge
scens at the close are by far the most
i pretentious things he has yet attempt
ed. j Following the premiere on Tuesday
i evening, the presentation will he offer
jert twice daily, at 2:15 and 8:15. An
j augmented orchestra will simplify the
presentation with a special musical ac.
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TO MF.CT fTKAXf;l.F.K I.KWIS
CHICAOU. April 4.-(A. P.) Ed
TWKSTY AUK K 11,1.1. 1).
PKULIX, April 4 (A. P.) Twen
ly 01 a party or mm roinmunistM were
'Strangler" Lewis, world's heavy-1 killed and 60 wounded today , by the
Walter Johnson, veteran Washington pitcher, expects to return
to the front rank of burler stardom thl season. Last summer the
demon smoke ball artist had trouble with bis right wing. But Milce
Martin, trainer, has doctored up the arm and says its owner will
come back In all his glory. Arrow, above, shows where the famous
smoke arm was strained. Picture was taken at thu Senators' train
ing camp in Tunpa, Fla.
! CITIZENS TRAINING CAMP
! WILL NOT BE HELD AT
! CAMP LEWIS IN 1921
wetlght wrestling champion, has been
matched to meet Jim London here
OTEtrBrrv'VILLK. O.. April 4. lT.
P.) Fifteen hundred are Idle through
the failure of the union and contrac
tors to agree.
police near Halle in suppressing
1UXTK!!.S OUT WORK
SA.VDI'SKY, . April 4. l P.)
I'nlon painters quit when the contrac
tor refused to renew the 1920 wage
If you are puzzled over what to get for din
ner how would a nice veal roast, leg of veal or
some veal chops appeal to you? Tender, choice
cuts that will please at such low prices.
SUGAR IS ADVANCING And soon the
sugar duty goes on. This will raise sugar more.
Buy a sack now and be prepared.
PORTLAND, Or., April 4. l P.)
Amateur title holders in the Pa
cific Northwest Association In boxing
and wrestling for the year 1921. as es
tablished In the recent tournament
held under the auspices of the Armory
Athletic Club of Portland, are as fol
108-pound class Stanley Robinson,
Multnomah club, Portland.
115-pound class 1), H. Prown
158-pound chiss George Hansen.
15-poynd class Paul Amort, Mult
Heavyweight class O. X. Day.
lOS-pound class Steve Xlackow
sky, Armory Athletic Club.
115. pound class D. J. Healy, Mult
nomah. 125-pound . class "Pud" Stengel,
Multnomah. ' . . .
I Armory. ,
class Virg'l Hamlin,
class George Clnrke.
176-pound class I
no man. ' .
class Clayton Frye,
S. Frye, Jlult-
class Marion Carson,
class Edward Rich-, it
CHICAGO. April 4. (A. P.)
Spring six day bicycle race " with 13
teams, representing countries of Eu
rope and North Amer'ca competing,
bean last night. '
Three sets of sprints will be held
in each 2 4 hour period and. the final
hour Saturday night will be sprints,
each being one mile in length.
Teams starting, with the city or
country of each rider, were:
Kaiser and Eaton, claimant to the
world's championship, Xew York.
Madde.n-Mugin, United States, win
ners of the last six-day race here, Xew
Hill-Sponcer, United States, Canada.
Kooklor-Hanlcy, Chicago, San Francisco.
Kavan.iugh-Keller, United States.
Stein-Gaff ney, Brooklyn,
lieliens De Graves, Belgium.
Ostei'itter-Ryan, Berlin, Dublin.
Konsky-Walker, Bohemia, Tasman-
FPOKAXB, April 4. (A. P.)
Camp Lewis, near Tacoma, will not be
used this year as a citizens' training
camp, according to announcement by
the war depar.ment In .Washington,
D. C, today, say a special dispatch
to the Spokane Chronicle. The Pre
sidio at San Francisco has been des
ignated as the citizens' training camp
for Washington, Idaho and Montana,
along with the Southwestern states,
the dispatch stated.
For the last two years Camp Lewis
has been used as the citizens' train
ing camp for the states in the Pacific
Comes As Surprise to Tacoma.
TACOMA, April 4. (A. P.) Army
officers at headquarter at Camp
Lewis expressed urprise when in
formed of a dispatch to a Spokane
newspaper from Washington, D. C, to
the effect that there would be no train
ing camp at Camp Lewis this year.
"We have positive instructions, re
ceived only three days ago," said Ma
jor Henry W. Stiness, publicity offi
cer, "that the camp is to be held here
ami today in special orders Lieuten
ant Colonel William H. Glendennin,
assistant chief of staff, has been tem
porarily relieved of his duties to make
preliminary arrangements for the
training camp which will be held here
June 16 to July 28. No orders coun
termanding these arrangements have
been received here.
The tendency of medical science ia
toward preventative measures. It Is
ee-sier and better to prevent than to ,
cure. Pneumonia, one of the mo3t
dangerous diseases that medical men
have to contend with, often follows a
cold or attack of the grip. The'col-l!
prepares the system for the reception j
and development of the pneumonia
germ. The longer the cold hangs on, j
the greater the danger. Take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the ;
first indication of a cold appears so as
to get rid of it with the least possible j
delay. It is folly to risk an attack ol j
pneumonia when this remedy may br
obtained for a trifle. '
A Farmer Cured of Rheumatism j
"A man living on a farm near here i
came in a snort -time ago completer j
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand- j
ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Lini-:
ment and told him to use it freely,"
says C. P. Rayder, Patten Mills, N. Y. '
"A few days later he walked into the
store as straight as ajjtring and hand-j
cd me a dollar saying, give me another I
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment; I
'A-ant it in the house all the time for
it cured me."
Indigestion and Constipation
"Prior to using Chamberlain's Tab
lets. I suffered dreadfully from indi
gestion. Xothing I ato agreed with
me and I lost flesh and ran down in
health. Chamberlain's Tablets
strengthened my digestion and cured
nie of constipation," writes Mrs.
George Stroup. Solvny, X. T.
The Road to Happiness
You must keep welt if you wish to
he happy. When constipated take on-
or two of Chamberlain's Tablets im
mediately after supper. They cause a
gentle movement of the bowels.
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
The Drug Store Tliat . Serves
HVUROVGIIS LAID TO IlEST.
! WEST PARK, N. Y., April 4. (A. j
I P.) Simple funeral services were held
I Saturday for John Burroughs, famous
I naturalist. Henry Ford. Thomas A.
Edison and other friends attended.
Passages from the Scripture, and from
Wordsworth, Emerson and Whitman
were read. The singing of a cradle
song was a feature.
MADE FOllTl'NF. CHOPPING WOOD
YORK. S. C, April 4. (A. P.)
"Uncle Bill" Hopkins, a negro wh.i
died here recently, left a $15,000 es
tate. Born a slave and unable to read
and write, the old negro made prac
tically all his little fortune chopping
wood for his white neighbors.
April 5 and 8
At the Sign of a Service
-If It's on the Market We Have It"
Many Umatilla county farmers are using the
Fordson for their spring plowing. With It they
are able to pull a two-bottom plow anywhere,
plowing on average of an acxe an hour with a
running expense of fifty cents an acre. Can
you plow that cheap with your horses? Think
of time, and to say nothing of the careing of
these horses night and morning.
A great many of these Fordsons are three
years old and apparently going as strong as
Think the matter over carefully and remem
ber if you are interested we will gladly demon
strate on your own farm at our expense.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
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