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AND PLAY IN FIELD
Purtell of Vancouver and C.
Mullen, of Tacoma in Old
Pacific Hold Down Place3.
TACO&IA, NVoHh., April 1. (A. P.)
Two mnnugern of 1'uclflc Interna
tional Mrtttftiall lx-.iKVie teanm, Hilly
Purtell. Vancouver, and Charle.8 Mul
len, Tucoma, will handle tht-lr nlnex
from the flold tliln Var. Managers of
the two other - Icngna team, Cliff
Blankonthlp,' ' Vlctorlu and Tenloy
Raymond,' Yakima, will direct their
men from thu bench. '
I'urtell recently wan purchnwrt bs
Vancouver from the Akron club of
the International IjeaKiie. I .art year
ho wim second beKt hitter In the In
ternational organization with a pcr
cenuge of ,314 for 143 gamcH, ami
report from the league citlea mild he
wim tho beat third bmiemnn on the
circuit. I'urtell for n time played
with the Chicago White Sox.
TIiIm year I'urtell will play th'rd
bane for Vancouver and next to him
will be hlH brother, Marty I'lirtoll,
play'pg hortHtop on the mime club.
I'urtell Hucceeded Hob Jtrown iim
manaxcr of the Vancouver team.
Drown after years of active manage
ment of bum-ball teams In the ItrltlHh
Columbia metropollH, haa left the
bench and will handle the bualnmw af
fair of the club. Ho remains at) pua
Idont. . ,
1'H.UTK i: KI'lUNf. KOOTHAI.I,
OAKLAND. Cal.. April 14. (A. I'.)
Nearly 10 men t.irned out recently
at Ht. Mary'H College here when
"Finch"' Mudlgnn. new football coach.
IfKucd a call fur miring practice. Madl
Min, formerly a Notre Uame mar, wn
coach at Columbia College, I'ortland,
laid year. Kt. Alaty'a haa u Christmas
game, achedulcd with Notre Dame this
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Squad Will be Divided and One
Will Play Pendleton Bucks;
Milton and Athena in Line.
Three gumea on Sunday Is the pro
gram 'hut will be followed by Man
ager Nick Williams of the Moone Jaw
baseball team as a part of the rlvr
ouh training the Cunad ans are getting
In remlicton In (jreparallon for their
seuHoit uf play.'ng.
The iuad of playera will be split
Into two groups. One group will piny
the I'pndleton Buck here nt Hound
I'p purk, while unother team will put
On a double header, the first game
with Milton, and later in the after
noon they will mix with Athena.
Nick Is pretty well pleased with the
way his gang la working thla year.
Tho weather haa been fine for train
ing, and'the grounds are in excellent
shape, and both of these elements
Hy the first of next week the vet
eran leader will have a pretty good
Idea of what lila final lineup is going
to be like, and the probabilities arc
that fi'ii.ie of the miuad will be cut
loose. 1 light now everybody la getting
his share of worl.
VEST WILL SELECT IIS
KAN FRANCISCO, April 14. (A.
I'.) L'mplres and other officials of
tenuis tournaments held west of the
Itocky Mountains will be named by
Itobert Kinsey. Fan Francisco, accord
ing to a letter received here recently
from IL C. Hlack, New York, chair
man of the national committee of the
Tennis empires' Association.
The Tennis Umpire- Association not
long ago became a part of the t'nited
States Ijrwn Tennis Association and
will name and direct the work of the
officials of all meets sanctioned by the
association. Members of the national
committee represent different sections
of the United States. Formerly tho
I'mplres association acted as a separ
Kinsey Is the western member of the
national committee. .With his brother
Howard. Kinsey ranks No. 4 on the
national doubles list and holds the
California and Pacific Coast doubles
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Keep the bowels open to help the
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SALT IRAKIS CITY, Utah, April 11.
j (A. P.) a!t Lake won an unusual
'eame from Seattle yesterday, 3 to 2.
After Kicger and Jacobs had battled
1 Chick Fewster. star Yankee In- 'fight Innings to a scoreless tie, Adams
fielder, who was hit by s bean ' In the ninth, knocked the ball over the
ball last year, Is crowding the j fence with one on. Immediately fol
plnte as much a? ever. Lnst i lowing the retirement of the visitors a
spring at Jacksonville, Fla., Few- (heavy wind and rain wiuall came up
Btcj was heaned by Jeff Pfeffur. (and the game was halted 10 minutes.
Brooklyn pitcher A piece of his ! In Salt Lakes half of the ninth, Lynn's
Skull was removed Now Just In- double scored two, tying the count,
side of his cap lr. a steel plate' and then with the bases full, Jacobs
, which protects the spot where the I forced in the winning run with a walk.
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portion of skull was taken awav
Illustration chows how he chokes,
his bat end crouches over the
plate, making his head a 'target
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DOOKN, April 14. A. P) Prince
ICItel Friederich arrived ' yesterday.
Princess Victoria Luise will not go to
Potsdam to attend the funeral, but will
return to Doom with her father and
former Crown Prince. Fred .-rick William.
'BE KIND TO ANiNiALS ;
VEEK APRIL 11 TO 1 6
Catarrh Can Be Cured
Catarrh is a local disease greatly InBu- .
ence.l by constitutional conditions.
therefore requires iwtltutional-treat-ment.
HALL'S CATAKRH MtPICINE
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AlextinuT h is ben credited with since
l.e Juiiicil the Cubs. ' ,.
POSTOX. Jlass.. April 14. (A. P.)
President Harding has given his en
dorsement to the movement for the
"Be Kind to Animals Week" April 11
to. 16, with Sunday, April 17 to be
known as "Humane Sunday.''
President Harding's letter follows:
"The White House, '
"Dr. Francis H. Rowley, President.
American Humane Education fsociety.
ISOLongwood Ave.. Boston, Mass.
"Dear Mr. Rowley:
"Responsive to your reiuet, I am
very glad to record by endorsement
and sympathy with this movement to
secure more humane treatment to de
fenseless animal life. I know some
thing of the goud work that organ'xa-
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YALK SWIMMKltS TO TRAVEL,
NK.W HAVEN", Conn., April 14.
(A. P.) Plans are under way for a
CI.KVI-:i..M IS VICTOR : trip to Honolulu thla summer by the
Cu(. A(!( I, April 14. (A. P.) Tho j Yi'hf swimming team. Inter-collegiate
ChteuKo Nationals, with 13 rover Alex- ! champions of the I'nited States. The
andi-r pMch'ng. began the season yes- j proposed itinerary as announced to
night Includes stops at Salt Lake City,
Los Angeles San Diego and San Fran- j tions such as your own have
! Cisco. ' Mcts with summing clubs in ' r.Hshed in this direction and hone their
the cities and also wun a numoer ni
Hawaiian clubs are being arranged.
The Yale team holds several world's
records for relay events and also sev-
J era I Inter-colleglate records. Among
those expected to make the trip are
D. Pratt and I P. Thurston of Hono
0 in the fastest game of the season so
far, lasting an hour and 15 minutes,
lacker Vernon first baseman, dro
in both runs scored by his team with
he was Fat
ttfe&ls razl& IJappierjcet.
rhlrepmhiitt snd fliriician, mnVe the tslpmnt lli.it the pnnrly nhorl child inrarial.l,
Vitfen trom foot aiimrntf tliriiotit mlult life, It (K-hoctvc. ecrv parent to select aluvt
Shat arc Iroilt on NATl'KK'S LAST to uttpport the Krowinit ft without crampinc the
devrKiing muatlea. "Litllc I'aU" are tht !' t protcctien. Likewise they are the biggest
. aid in re.lncintt chitilrcn' nhre hilK, for they arc one
ot the very tew nuke priHlireed wall genuine aoiia
IHtOOKLYX HKATS nOSTOX
IIOSTON, April 14. (A. P.) Pitch
er Joe Oeschger cracked and so did
his support in the eighth and ninth
innings yesterday, Hrooklyri makins
three runs In the eighth and two in
the ninth, and defeating Foston, 5 to
4, In the opening game. In the seventh
O'Neill, with two on bases, knocked a
home run off ("adore.
riTTMH'IMJ I.OSKS TO CIXCY
CINCINNATI. April 14. (A. P.)
Cincinnati Nationals defeated Pitts
burg yesterdav, 0 to 3, before one of
the largest crowds that ever attended
p.n opening ?".tue here. The reds scor
ed four run in the eighth by bunch-1 i
MONTHS OLD BABY
and made tv.o runs. Lugue was h:t
har',Hjut v;:s taved by his support.
HAS NEW MOTHER, NEW
FATHER AND NEW NAME
field of usefulness may be further ex
YI-7KXOY !1 I i:TS WGIXS.
JS AXOELKS, April 14. (A. P.)
Vernon defeated Los Anpeles. 2 tn
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PH1I.ADKLPHIA. April 14. (A.
P.) Kelly's home run yesterday with
Frisch on first, decided an 11 -Inning
struggle In favor of New York today,
10 to S. Each team had one big In
ning, Philadelphia taking tho lead in
tho fourth but losing it in the seventh
when New York batted Ring out of the
box. The locals tied the score in their
half and Hetts held New York safe
until. I h n 11th l'uiuil filipnln? rl.IV
hi:.vi:i:n sxown I'xnm.
.SACRAMENTO, April 14. (A. C.)
: Sacramento batsmen fell upon the
offering of three Portland pitchers
yesterday, scoring 13 runs on 19 hits,
while the Reavers were ablo to find
Penner for only two bingles and were
unable score. I-ong hits featured
tho contest, Ryan. Pick and Mollwitz
getting home runs. Pick and Ryan
had a great day, getting a perfect
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Thcy'vt madt their tray ly the tvay tlwy're maJt
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NEW YORK. April 14. (A. P.)
Auie Rattier received the judges' dc
cis:on over Ted (Kid'i Iewls at the
end of their 1 5-roundt boxing bout last
ceremonies were held, making the de- . night. Rat net' was the aggressor. Rat
CLEVELAND, April 14. tl'. P.)
Three months old Doris Lembach has
a new mother, father and name. Mich,
nel Lembach and his wife appeared in
tho probate court and told the judge
they wished to give the baby to John
Meredith and wife, who accompanied
them. Lembach is unemployed and
could not properly care for the little
one, he said. The judge entered a de
cree making legal the change on own
ership. The Merediths paid $3.50
court costs and Doris Lembach became
tut of Williams Donovan as the Phlla-' ner weighed 1 .".2 1-2 pounds and Lewis
.TAP CASES AUK DISMISSED
SEATTLE, April 14. (A. P.)
Charges of a conspiracy to smuggle
aliens was dismissed In the cases of
f-even of twelve Japanese on trial in the.
federal court. Five remain on trial.
HOUSING PROBLEM STILL ACUTE.
Many Umatilla county farmers are using the
Foyrtson 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 tune, 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., ' ' .
Think the matter over carefully and remem
ber if you are interested we will gladly demon
strate on your own farm at our expense.
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Why not start the season right and buy fishing
tackle that will catch fish.
We have what you want.
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Tomatoes, 2 cans .' 25c
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