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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1921.
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Hayward of University of Ore.
Declares That Height and
Correct Form Are Vital.
BY WIUJAM I HAYWAKI)
(Track Coach, ir. of O.)
The o,ualiricatioua for the running
broad Jump are speed and elevation. I
have seen Htnall men Jump as well us
large ones, despite the fact that most
of our champiutiH arc large men. Frank
Iron of Chicago Ik a small man weaning-
HO pounds, yet he la credited with
24 ft. It In. A. 11. Oatterxon stands six
feet, weigh 180 pounds, and lum a rue.
ord of 24 rt. 11 14 In. The main thine
1 to toe able to net the take-off wlui
the amount of speod that will give tho
greatest elevation. If one rung too fast
jump upwxrd and forward with help
from dim and Just im the Jumper m
about to llKlit the feet Hhonld bu
thrown forwurrt. This will aid greatly
In the distance. When one Iihh iiiuh
tered tho form II will not bo necessary
to Jump more than three or four tlmo
a day, but work with sprinter for
IiOXWJX, April ". (1'. I'.) Horse
rueinj.', the Kngllshninn'H favorite
sport, has begun and this mason prom
lues to be a record ono. Tho pro-war
standard o regard the number of
horses In training ha not jet been
atalned, but thtre. arc plenty of horses
and another year or two should biing
the t irf back to it oriKinal standard.
Never were uch large ums uf
money offered for blood clock as noiv
and there are no sign of a slump. It
was tho owner-breeder who Raved the
elevation 1 saerlrlccd, or If too How!""" ,n w,c ,v,"r- "" rPW
dlstan ce I sacrificed. 1 ePeptlon all bin breeder kept their
After one ha the right distance IT "" J,h. ,hat "1'
from the start to the take off he should I ,ne wn,m' -'n is neuer man
practice Jumping: In tho air. Do nut
try for distance. Thl will come Just as
oon a the form 1 mntered. One nt
the firat thing to be learned 1 to n't
the take-off propertly. The easiest way
I la atart at the take-off with the foot
from- which you Jump and run ten
at ride, place a mark there and another-
t fifteen Mride and mark It.
Then try a Jump by placing the op
posite foot from the one you Jump off
on the fifteen foot mrldcjiiark and hit
tin; the ten foot strike murk fairly
should bring; the Jumper wptarely on
the take-off. Should you mlm it, inov.
the mark backward or forward the
dltance 1 was missed. The probabil
ities are that you will not hit It the
first time, but It will help greatly to
ward giving a working; bust.
The Jumper v ill find ns he Is itettl-.g
in Condition that his stride will n"-y
und the mark will have to be changf-4
accirc'lngly. Confidence in hitting; (lie
t.ke-off will pnttly help In the lln-il
result. To rbtaln the necessary he'prit
a grviit many jumpers use a low hurdle
a short distance from the take-off and
practice jumping; over it so as ! get
1 Th Jnii. Per rhould not run with all
Breed lo the take-off. A point within
two or three strides from the take-off
shou'J e the distance of the greatest
Wcd,r Cue uLiu tb.a-blimlt.and prepare
for the spring. By running too fast to
the take-oft the Jumper will not hava
diffident time or too much speed to
get the heuht. The result will be that
he . will sk'm along the ground. A
miKhl have been expected
ltace-conrses are overcrowded and
the executive are perplexed ns to how
they can accommodate the thousands
of people who now attend.
Nowhere else In the world I horsc
raclnif quite so "exciting'' as in Eng
land. The raucous shouts of the book
makers, the picturesque gipsies, the
glare of color a the horses go fllttin
past, the frock of the society dames
In the grand stand, from the roof of
which the "tlcktack" men send their
mystic signs down to their colleagues
In tho ring, the deftness of the three-
card tricksters who reap a gulden har
vest among the unwary, the frenzied
shouting and stamping of the betters
as the horse dash past the wining
post all these things go to make an
English race-course- one of those
"sight" so dear to the hearts of tourists.
WiLL REST !N STATE
Amateur Teams Are Led by 2
0utfit3 From Sucker State;
Ruddy Makes 220 Record.
CHICAGO. April 7. (A. I'.) The
national water polo championship of
the Amateur Athletic un.on will come
to Chicago this year the result of
the defeat In the preliminary inatcn
es of tbc Olympic club of Han Fran
cisco team, present champions, and
the New York Athletic club sextet.
The Illinois Athletic club team defeat
ed the westerners. 7 to 4, und the Now
Yorker went down before the Chica
go Athletic, association, 7 to 3.
The Ill'nols A. C. and Chicago A. A.
team will meet In the finals tonight.
Teams from both coast will play for
An American record of three min
ute flat wan made In the National A.
A. I.', swimming championships after
the polo games, when Steve Huddy of
the New York A. C, clipped one sec
ond off the old mark for tho 224-yard
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She will soon come to America.
SOLDIERS IS BEING
CIIAMIMINK 1IITTIXG I1AHI.
SACHA.MKXTO, Cal., April 7 (A.
p.) The Vernon Tigers defeated
Sacramento today, t to 0, and evened
up the series. "Klim'' Love allowed
the home players only three hits.
ChadUoiirne starred with the bat,
Retting; three doubles in as many
times at bat.
ter-colieiriate events here .Saturday. In
the morning the California freshman !
and varsity crews row against the '
I'niverslty of Washington shells, at ilieaQS OI
'noon Stanford University's baseball
I team meets the California nine and in !
'itio .iflnfn.Htn tViA 111n nnri Clnlil lrnr.lt i
ond field men compete against the
Uirverslty of Michigan representatives.
CAN IKK llKADI.UOK.
CHICACO, April 7. (A. P.)
"StranKler" Lewis. heavyweiRht
wrestlinB champion, will be permitted
to uso tho head-lock in his finish
match here April 13 with Jim London,
officials announced today. Londos re-
All Soldier Relief
Bureaus Favor General Idea
of Consolidated Bureau.
M.vrciiKs ark ciiosr:.
PINICHl'KKT. X. C, April 7. (A.
I.) Perry Adair of Atlanta, won s
19-hole match from James Stnndlrh.
Jr., of Ik-trolt, In the first round of
the north and south amateur Knit,
nllamiil,.atill, CAtt.nn.1nt, nnA l..n
Wells of Kast Liverpool. O., defeated j ousted that the hold be barred
Harold Weber, of Toledo, one . up. , ....... ....
Second round n.l h.. rw.trfrfflW 1 t'LiiVM... mllii.vAJ i, A,
-.in,.. t u 'P.I Four of the Cleveland baseball
and H. P". Mcrrlman, Frank n.ver and
Arthur Yates, Perry Adair and George
Mead and Joe Weils and Gardiner
TII.DKX I1K.VIS UK HAItDSOX
1 I'lHLADELPHIA. April 7. ( A. P.)
William T. Tilden II, world's sinsles
lawn tennhi champion, defeated Vin
cent Richards of New York. 6-4, 6-3.
6-3, In thcfirnl round of an Invita
tion tourney yesterday.
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P.) Four of tho
team are on the aW.ng list, accordinn
to advices. Tho latest to join the hos
pital ranks is Manafrer Tris Speaker,
who was spiked in a game af Mobile
WASHINGTON, April 7. (A. P.)
Progress in solving the government's
problem of caring for ex-service men,
whether sick or disabled, or physical
ly fit but having financial claims to
be adjusied, was made today at the
first meeting of President Harding's
special commission, headed by
Charles G. Dawes of Chicago.
It was agreed that the administra
tive machinery operating separately
for soldiers' relief, should be consoli-
In an exhibition doubles match, dated under one central authority,
Kichards, paired w ith Wallace John- j ))rui,ably a new executive officer will
son of Philadelphia, defeated Ti'uieo wou(j be responsible to the president
and Curl Fischer, a University of! Heads of all soldier relief bureaus
Pennsylvania star, o-3, 4-6,
KKATTI.i: 1XSKS AGAIN"
LOS ANGELKS, April 7. (A. P,.) LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 7- (A.
Timely hitting enabled Los Angeles to ! P. I Francisco Villa, one time-Mexi-make
it two straight from Seattle yes-lean revolutionary lead.-r, lias offered
i lerday, by a score of 4 to 2. The home to renuild me city -or jiminez, wiium
uil on the itame in the fourth ne neipea to wrecK curm? ins imnui-.
successive hits. Car-'('ays. according to J. K. -tunny, aisii-o
inn nir wnn iour " . - -- -- ... .. .'sen-ice conuilctciy in cnarge ol un
roll doubled to right center and scor- csn min.ng man wno nss - fl executive headi to the
ed oiTGi iggs' single to right. Craw- Los Angeles after spendms a year " ' ' 'ulsioa o( all but soirtier work,
ford singled to the same place. GrlgKslthe Mex.can state of purango. ' Kri d,er.General C. E. Sawyer
said they favored the general idea of
a consouuaieu wi vive uuicju.
endorsement. Chairman Dawes said,
pffrmlsed "qulc solution of theIrWy.
Icm as it related to the general admin
istration of aid for men alleged to
have suffered under the system of di
vided governmental responsibility.
Among those who expressed genera'
endorsement of the plan were Surgeon-General
Cdming of the public
health service; R. H. Hallett, acting
director of the war risk bureau; am
Cle Lamkin, director of the rehabili
tation division of the federal board foi
vocational education. Mr. Lamkin al
so favored placing the public htaltr.
aorvii-n rnmuletelv in charge of th
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taking third, and both scorea wneii
Llndimnre singled to center.
ACTIVK AT CALII'OIINIA.
I1EIIKKLEY, Cal., April 7. (A, T.)
Athletes of the University of Cali
fornia compete in three Important in-
At the Sign of a Son Ice l
-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 acre 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 hoirses 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.
Followed Advice of Her
Druggist's Wife and Took
I- c o- 1.1 .
Chicago, 111. "I was in bed with a
female trouble and inflammation and
none of them 'id me
W - " '"I T,v.d Thev all
said 1 would have to
have an operation.
A druggist'. wife
told me to take Lydia
E. Pinkhum'B Vege
table Compound and
ill took' 22 Kitties,
never missing auose
and at the end oi" that
time I was perfectly
well. I have never
had occasion to take it again as I have
been so well. 1 have a six room, nat
and do all my work. My two sisters
are taking the Compound upon my rec
ommendation and you may publish my
letter. It is the gospel truth and I will
write to any one who wants a personal
letter."-Mrs. E. H. Haydock, 6824
St. Lawrence Avenue, Chicago Illinois.
Because Lydia E. Pinkham s Vege
table Compound saved Mrs. Haydock
from an oiwration we cannot claim that
all operations may be avoided by it,
but many women have escaped opor
ali in? by' the timely use of this old fash
ioned root and herb medicine.
Hardy said Villa Is living in pence on
his 20i,000-Hcre ranch at Canutillo in
Durango state. Mans' of Wis former
lieutenants occupy small 'farms ad
ioinini the Villa estate. The former
bandit chief, in an effort to refrain his
popularity, tho misinir man said, has
offered to rebuild Jiminez and to
spend J20,onn to improve the school
system of Purral, another Mexican
Villa, It. "was said, although pranted
rmnesty by I'rcsident Alvaro Obregon,
takes no chances with his life ano
xoes about armed and accompanied by
a body guard. . ,
"A feller down on the Fiddle Creek
shot' his brother-in-law while out
hunt'nK titther day," related a neigh
bor. "Said he mistook him for a wild
cat. or something: that--wnv."
"Kh-yau!" return Gap jonnson oi
Humpus liulse, Ark. "When a feller
nets a loaded Kn In his hands tho
temptation is powerful s;rong to mis
take a bitither-ln-law for p'tu
something." Judge. - -
"on his royal donkey
who appeared as the president's per
sonal representtaive, eclarea em
phatically that the public health ser
vice should be retained an an entity
a ..oo emnortril bv others of hu
professjon. Cairman Dawes, however
expressed the belief that this service
could be placed under the one direct
ing head without endangering public
I It was stated authoritatively that
I the commission would complete its in
vestigation and present its recom
I mendations to Present Harding b
thA week end.
The commission met in executive
cxini tn consider testimony heard
Dr. T. AV. Salmon of the Rockefeller
Institute, told the committee one-
v,.,f r.r ih irovprmnent's beds were
. Edntt'AIkin, senior at North-,
western University, turned in a
Are alao at sunrise. When the
girls la the dormitory assembled
In their nighties, she announced
ber engagement to D. C. Baldwin
studont.at Garrett Biblical Iusti
unsuitable for tubercular cases. "We
know there are 4tf0 such patients,"
he said, "and 5000 mental sufferers
who are without treatment by the" gov
ernment because they refuse toy go fn
to charity and state institutions."
The question of hospital fae'litics
resulted in a request from T. W. Mil
ler, alien property custodian, that
Chairman Dawes amll the commission
to ascertain whether it favored asking
congress to increase its last appro
priation of 600.000 and provide a
permanent hospital building program.
The question was unanimously endors
ed, with the provision that the request
be made in rase the agreement for a
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i of the population area. Including Paris
land 18 departments,' three depart
j ments showed a total gain of 40.000,
i while 15 departments lost S 17,000.
Paris was found to be almost stationary.
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