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4 . PALLY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 11, 1921. '
UKIVL ANA! tAUAbHt
WHtN tNHNt U IM
PENDLETON WINS FROM
MOOSE JAW IN GAME OF
MANY HITS AND ERRORS
Final Score is 18 to 13 With
I, Canadians Trailing; Locals
; Knock Out Walser in 7th.
RNDI.KTO.W won the
truck meet yester
duy ut nound-l'p
purk from Moose
Jaw, totnl point.
Pendleton l runs
and IS tutu; Moose
Juw 13 runs unit it,
hllH. iut a largs
as lh boo re wan. It
was game rcplcto
With thrills, runs.
wnntu io nate mis or mini ami got a
fork hut I-elfer Inn
cam last enough and often enough to
give the spectators nil they wtHhed for
and as long an the llucks ciime out on
top every thing won lovely.
The leaguers martini right off In the
firm Inning a though thoy meant bust
ness and ran tw scores over before the
1-vnlw could ret their hreuiii. 11-nklnn
the first man up struck oat. Williams
nle hand for his wo
next singled through second for the
first of his three hits, Ijinir do ihleil
into left field sending U-Her to third
and handling went out Ilanley to
Cary, Lelfer scoring the play: Walters
singled to short right field scoring
Lang. Taylor struck out.
Pendleton in her hulf went out In
' one-two-three order, t'luon fouled tho
first pitch down third nnd onjhe next
throw drove a, hard liner to Taylor
who made a pretty dive and speared It
Just off the ground. Ha nicy struck
out. Captain Peterson also struck out
and was thrown out In flint when licit
dropped the third strike.
In the second. Clark the first man un
for Moose Jaw Walked, Hell singled
through short sending Clark to second;
Cummings struck out; Hopkins slngl.
d over third scoring Clark. , lelfer
doubled over Thompsons head scoring
(Hell and Hopkins: Lang walked,
tfhundllng filed to Thompson, - Lelger
scored after Jhe. catch Walters ended
the half by grounding to liaiiloy who
threw hi in opt at first.
KVynon got Pendleton's first hit In tha
Inst of the second with a single through
short. Corey fanntdrKt.Woir stole sec
ond as Newton fanned; Cummings was
going great guns In this inning and
funned (lordon for the third nut.
Moose Jaw'gulned two hits In the
third but couldn't score. Taylor filed
lo center; Clark hit In front of the
Pbitfe and was tossed out Peterson to
Cary. Hell about tore a leg olf Wil
liams and made a single out of It.
CuuimliiKS contrary to most pitcher?
singled but the best "His" IIopkln
could do was hit one to anley who
stepped on second forc.ng Cummings.
Pendleton didn't tarry lomr wlih
their chance In this canto, Thompson
wus out Cummings to Walters; Wil
liams filed to Walters and Taylor took
Olson's grounder and whipped It to
llrst with room to spare. This wat
Cummings last Inning and a good thing
ior j-eniucton. This boy had pitched
to only ten men In the three Inning?
he tolled and tftyson -was the only man
to see first. Cummlnss Is no heard.
errors C(, yi,ulh un1 ,(lok .. . h ,
know batter than put 'em where the
locals swing their l.ats. Ho is 8 swenl
looking pitcher and should wtnin the
Canadian League. '
- ' ," 1
llliere's Hill Cary Just
knocked that homer.
The fourth Inning was somewhat of
a nightmare, Moose Jaw making four
runs on only one hit. Lelfer the lead
man was safe on second on Hanley's
double error. Dick cuffed and kicked
the ball and then threw wide to Cary;
lang flew to Thompson, Nate Shon
dllng walked, Walters was safe on first
by a fielders choice, forcing Phondiing
'out at second, Leifer going in third.
Taylor Walked. Williams lost control
and criiQked Clark amldHhip, this forc
ed In Lelfer. Hell singled to left field
scoring Walters and Taylor and Clark
scored tho other when Peterson threw
wild at second. Huser, batting for
Cummings obliged the locals by strik
ing out a la most any pitchers styles
Pendleton camo hack this inning uml
"halkert up her first run. Huser n
south paw took the mound for the boys
from up north. Banlcy to show that
(Contln'io.l on Page 10.)
Free Sales Day
March the 10th was. the day of the free
sales. Bring in your slips and cash in. , ,
This saving is given to you free. No extra
charge. , The same low prices and high qual
At the Sign of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have If
. 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 horses night and morning.
' A great many of these Fordsons are three
years old and apparently going as strong as
ever. ' i
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.
Water and Johnson Sts.
Jirnmy Murphy Winner Speedy.
Event at Los Angeles; 112
Miles an Hour Made on Road
LOH AXGKI.KR April 11. (A. P.)
Jimmy Murphy won the national
AAA automobile races at the Los An
geles speedway yesterday. He took
the fourth heat of 25 miles in 13 minu
tes, c. j seconds, an average speed of
107.3 miles an hour and Uie final heat
of the fifty miles In 27 minutes 27. S
seconds at an average speed of 1 011.51
miles an hour.
ILalph de Palma took the first 21
mllo heat at an average speed of 106.3
nilles in hour.
Eddie Pullcn won the second 25 mile
heat an an average speed of 107.9
miles an hour.
Joe Thomas was first In the third
heat of 23 miles, averaging 105.8 miles
' In the final and deciding heat,
Sarles was second; Kddie Pullcn third;
F-ddle Hearne fourth; Joo Thomas,
fifth and lie Palma sixth. j
In tho 11th of this heat, De Palma's
engine caught fire and he was nut of
the race for 15 laps. After that he'
showed some bursts of speed -which
astounded the spectators, making- one
lap at 112 miles an hour.
Division of prite money, uoeordinn
to unofficial computation, will b?
made as follows:
Murphy $3,760; Sarles 13.000; Pul
ten 12,100; Hcurne $1,850; Thomas
W.SS0; Mll:on $1,150; Do Palma
11.000; Goules $550.
The official awards will be made to
lay, it was announced.
Division of points for tho race,
counting in the 1921 championship
Murphy 150; Sarles 80; PuHen 5;
De Palma 50; Thomas 30; Hearne 25.
Totals for tho season, of which this
was the second race, are:
De Palma. 230; Murphy 19
AitcAiu; srxw.w AM mommy
Tin; iti: m:iis" i:toi.h
thk powi.ii or i'aith
The power of faith Is admirably ex
pressed in "The Hteulera," William
Christy Calianne's poweiful picture
of the humanities, a Itobeitson-Cole
super-special which will be shown at
the Arcade theatre for two days b"gin
nlng Hunday. The critics unite In hall
Ing this superfllm as a sermon In ac
t on, but a sermon which entertains u
well as points a moral.
The story, predicted on a theme uni
versal In its appeal, tells of the re
generation of a minister of the gospel
who had turned crook In a studied
effort to blaspheme his Creator for
wrongs he fnncied God had thrust upon
The picture represents the fruits of
Mr. Cahanne's years of experience a
a director who began his career under
the tutelage of D. W. Griffith. Mr.
Cubanno wrote, directed and produced
the film for Koliertson-Cole. The
cast includes William H. Tooker, a
well known actor, as the minister,
Kuth Dwyer, Norma Bhearer, Jack
Crosby, Walter filler and Matthew L.
ACTA Kl'XBAV AND MONDAY
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St.mb of the most realistic rain
scenes that have ever been seen on sn
screen are shown in Constance filn
ney's latest liealart picture, "Sorhe
thlng Different," which conies Bunday
to the Alta Theatre.
The ra'n pours In torrents, the wind
Mows, lightning flashes and Miss Bin
ney as Alica Lee, tne bored New York
debutante, who has come to Latin
America In search of "something dif
ferent," stands at the window know
ing fright for the first time. One
would wacer that th!r, scene was "shot'
in Jfst such a storm. It is hard to
ri-allse that such realism could be ob-
Sarle iained by artificial means.
Uti; Milton 100;
30; Hrarne 25.
pullen 65; Thomas
MAJOR LEAGUE BALL
SEASON WILL BEGIN
B'lt in the cellar of the Xew Famous
Players studio In Astoria, there is 'a
special room for taking Just such
scenes. The oelllng of the room Is cov
ered with sprlnglers and these are nil
turned on when torrents of rain are In
demand. Then there are special elec
trical appl'ances which, when the cur
rent are turned on, make realistic
streaks of lightning. " Wind machine?
are another important feature of this
rtorrii room. It is difficult to realize
whom he -has fallen in love. He is i
named "The Tiger" for the ferocity j
with which he fights once he t.ia'.es
blood. And we are given plenty of !
chances to see him In fistic action. H:si
fights look real and there can be no :
fake about the knockouts In two of the !
Whitey, a mysterious old cripple
who guides the destinies of the half-
world from a garret cot, and the ba
boon, a terrible criminal of enormous i Chronic and Nervous Irteaw s six
strength, are two characters with Diseases of Women. X-Itay Eleetrg
745 Main St
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
whom Mayro comes to grips before
the multi-reel traffio of the screen is
Walter Long has two rotable char
acterizations that are undoubtedly
among his finest work, the condemned
murdered part in' "Go and Get It" not
excepted. Fritzi Brunette is at her
fascinating best as the little girl of the
underworld, and Eleanor Hancock, Al
Kaufman, Charjes Brjnley, Herbert
Bet hew and Henry A. Barrows do their
parts full Justice. Max Brand's story
was picturizod by George C. Hull and
directed by J. P. McBowan.
Temple Bldg. Itoof l j
Phi.n. 41 I
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TIIACHKR OP YIOLIX
Pupil of Ludwig Becker. Concert
master of Chicago Symphony
neslib'HM' Studio 40.1 I.cwfs RC
The tendency of medical science fs
toward preventative measures. It is
easier and better to prevent than to
euro. Pneumonia, one of the most
dangeroua diseases that medical men
have to contend with, often follows a
cold or attack of the grip. The coll
prepares the system for the reception
and development of the pneumonia
Term.v The longer -the cold hai'gs tm,
the greater the danger. Take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the
Old Stars and New Faces to be
Seen in action When 1921
Playing Gets Under Way.
XEW YORK, April 11. (A. P.)
With veteran stars refurbished and
rew ones preparing to flash across the
baseball firmament, the major league
season of 1921 opens on eastern nnd
western diamonds Wednesday. While
there will be no changes in tho well es
tablished circuits of either tho Nation
al or American leagues there will be
many new faces in tho personnel of the
16 clubs composing the two organiza
tions. With the call of the umpires sending
the players away on their six-months
pennant chase, the National league
will have inaugurated its 4 6th consecu
tive season as the season as the senior
lsnoclatlon clubs played their Initial
games early in 1 876. In the Ameri
can League it will mark the beginning
f the 22nd season as the Junior league
was formed In 1900.
Notwithstanding the unprecedented
popularity of baseball during the past
two years, club owners r.nd league offi
cials are firm in their belief that the
national sport Is facing a still great
er period of prosperity In the months
to come nnd have made their plans
accordingly. Larger training squads
went south this spring than in many
years and every effort has been made
.0 strengthen weak sports In both the
offensive nnd defensive play of the
CHESS PLAYERS BATTLE
MORE THAN FOUR HOURS
that there is really not a storm in pro- j first Indication of a cold appears so as ,
io gel ria or n w iin me leasi possioic
delay. It is folly to risk an attack of
pneumonia when this remedy may be
obtained for a t rifle,
A f armer Cured of ltheumatlsm
"A man living on a farm near here
came in a short time ago completely
eress when all of these electrical ma
chines are in action. To make -the
scene still more realistic pistols were
shot off at unexpected intervals to
make -Sf'ss Binney tremble and start.
as a nervoi girl would be likely to do
at each crash of thunder.
It certainly ought to be a good eoubled up with rheumatism. I hand-
scene," rays Miss Binney, "rcvery t:meied him a Oottie ot tnamneriams ura-
ment and told him to use It freely.
one of those pistols would 'go on i
would Jump as though I had been
shot. When the scene was over, I felt
as If I never wanted to be out In such a
Such Is motion picture realism!
PASTTMK 8VXDAY AXD MONDAY
WILLIAM FOX PRESENtS
A new kind of a crook story In "Tig
er True" In which Frank Mayo plays
at the Pastime Theatre Sunday. By
Max Brand, it is a romance of that
part of the underworld known as "The
Tangle," and concerns a young society
Idler who nov'er had occasion to do I
mything more us"ful than tiger-hunt-1
Ing in his young life.
If he only knew, there are mor"
thrills r'ght In his own town than '' JiJe happy.
uie iionin-'n m unm kiuui-
nt.i. Indeed he finds this out when
he becomes a "bouncer" in a tough
cafe in order to protect nnd win the
pretty proprietor of the place, with
says C. P. Itayder, Patten Mills, N. Y.
"A few days later he walked Into the I
store as straight as a string and hand
ed me a dollar saying, give me another
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment; I
want it in tho house all the time for
it cured nie."
liwlislion and Constipation
"Prior to using Chamberlain's Tab
lets, I suffered dreadfully from Indi
gestion. Nothing I ate agreed with
me and 1 lost flesh and ran down in
health. Chamberlain's Tablets
strengthened my dstlon and curee"
me of constipation," writes Mrs.
George PI roup, Solvay, X. Y.
Thci I toad to Happiness
You must keep well if you wish to
When constipated take on-
or two of Chamberlain's Tablets im
mediately after supper. They cause a
gentle movement of the bowels.
HAVANA, April.. 11. (A. Pi
lose It. Capublanca, Cuban chess
master, won the tenth gumo of . the
world's championship match wltli'hr. '
Emanuel Ijisker last night, f'r. IAis
kcr resigning after the 68th move,
Capablarca has now won two
games, lAsker none, und eight games
have been dntjj n.
Dr. l.asker :Rmltted soon after play
began tonight lat he bad lost the
game, but he dirt not resign at onof
becuiise, he -explained, he und t!
chess public were anxious to know
how Copablanca would force the
pieces, as the position wus very. In'''
rate. He took nearly 50 minutes be
fore replying to Capabhinca's 64th
"ove. which bad been scaled, when
play ended early Sunday.
The Play was inukt deliberate, but
the German master finally reullsed II
was useless to continue and resigned
before making his 6th move. The
time ot the game was I.nskur four
hours. n minutes; Copablanca four
hours, 20 minutes.
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Comedy, Novelty and Juggling
That Entertaining Girl
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PAX FRANCISCO, April 11. (A
P.) A ninth inning rally, after two
men were out. enabled Sun Francisco
to defeat Portland. 12 to 8 Snnda
afternoon n a wierd game and gave
the Seals tt clean sweep of the seven
game series t.udolph, a recruit from
St. Mary's College, hud an rasy time
winning the niorntng game forthi
Seal;-, 5 to 2.
"Here of Romance!
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