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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1921
Expects Cooler Weather Than
He Could Get on the Jersey
Coast; Picks Spar Partner.
l'AHIft, April 22. (A. I'.)
Clcontea Carpcntlur, Kuropenn heavy
wclKht box champion, who In to start
shortly to the V. 8. to fifthl Jack
Dempsey, will have IiIh truiiilnir quar
ter ut Lonir Beach, lonK Island, in
trad of at Summit, X. J. Carpentlcr
xpecta to bo much cool, r tit the sea
shore there. He alo w.red Joe Jean
nette, nnklnir Jcanm-ttc to net u his
chief sparring partner and adviser.
., Ourpontler wild today that no mat
ter who wing the ballle he did not
think the bout would hint more than
SPEED OF FAST HORSES ABOUT
AS GREAT AS MEN WILL EVER
BE ABLE TO GET THEM, BELIEF
Been Reached by Selection.
THIS TIMK MKT VKAII
Huth atralned hla Hide and hnd
to retire from fame in which
Yankeex oiiened acason nt home,
boa tin if Athletic A to (. .
Harhcr tripled in oleventh In-
nlng scoria Herat with run
that frnvo the Cuba a 4 to 3 vie-
ton' over Iteda,
Detroit lout iilxth consecutive
mme to White Klx.
. n 'nle horse.
LEXINGTON, K'., April 22. (A.
1M The limit In Hpeed of trotting and
running horses has almost been reach
ed, according to 1'rof, VV. 11. Anderson
of the Animal Husbandry department
of the Kentucky State College of Api
culture. Improvement In the future
will be much slower than ut any time
In yiniH passed, hsu-id.
Pro. 'Anderson hue been making a
special " atudy of record-holding
"Htandard-bred" trottera and "thor
oughbred" runnera, and bases his con
rlualon on a atudy of record and hla
torlea of the anlmula covering a period
of more than GO years. """-.
Vi CD years, the record of three-year-old
trottera hint been lowered
from 2.40 to 2.u:"Si, a reduction of
S7',4 seconds, I'rofeaaor Anderaoil
flnda. In 4fl yeara the Americun rec
ord of running horaca over a distance
of one, mile hua been lowered from
1.42 tn 1 54 4-S a reduction of six
and four-flftha seconds. Neither breed
haa failed to mako Improvement dur
ing a (feneration, according to Prof.
Anderson, and In some cnaea Improve-
ment haa been an rapid that many new j
' records have hriin made In the life of
Tho gradual Inuirovement in the
ipecd of trotting horaca, iic-orcllug to
Prof. Anderson, la ahown clearly l).v
tho recorda of three-year-olds and the
yeara they were made. These are as
lSfio, Klvlrii Whiteside, 2:3f; 1S"4,
lady Wont, 2.29; 1SU. Hindu Howe,
2.18',; 1KM, Axicll, 2.14; 1S92. Aron,
2 . 1 0 V4 ; 1910, Colorado B.,' 2.04;
IHH, Peter Volo, 2.034; 1917, The
Heal Uidv. 2.03 and 1920, Ulster Uer
When Peter Volo established hla un
expected raeo record of 2.'Uty In 1914
the prediction waa made that the limit
of apeed for hla age had been reach
ed, but Mis Itcrtha: Dillon equalled the
record In 1917 while Tho Ketil Lady
cut one-hnlf accond off It. Three
yeara later, Sinter Ilertlia. ft full sis'.er
of Mlaa Hertha Dillon, placed the time
at. 2.024. Prof. Andcraon said thai
there are reaaona to believe that th
ambition of lireedera to place the
three-year-old record at tun minutes
may be realized.
Peter the Great, Rtouirhton A. Flet
cher's Kreat atallion, haa played an
Important' part In tho Improvement of
trotting horaea, according to Prof. An
derson. Thia great aire haa produced
f)9 horaea which have made recorda
from 2.10 down to 2.01 . He alao
aired Mist Harrla St. which holda the
n-cord ea the faateat pacing mare in
the world with a mark of 1.58 '.i.
S"me Idea of the progrca made by
running horaca, according to the pro
feaaor, nvtv te obtained from a record
PRIME NO. 1 STEER BOILING AND
Boiling Beef ....... 5c to 3c
Stew Beef 5c to 8c
Round Steak 25c
Porter House Steak .... 28c
T-Bone Steak . 23c
Pot Roast 15c
Cross Ribs Roasts 18c
Rump Roasts 20c
Chuck Steak 20c
Sirloin Steak 28c
Tenderloin Steak 28c
Milk Fed VeaMloasts 20e. Prime Young Mutton, Pig Pork;
. Bulk Lard 23c; Bulk Shortening 17c.
Home grown radishes, asparagus, onions, carrots, spinach, head
: lettuce, hot house lettuce, new spuds, rhubarb, beats, tomatoes,
cucumbers, strawberries. .
If it's on the market we have it.
of their achievement a which follow:
1K72, Alnrm, 1.42; 187'., Searcher,
1.41; J 17 7, Ten Uroech (utiulnat
time) 1.39; 190, liaclne, 1.39; and
Salvator (atralKht cocua'j 1.3G; 1900,
Voter and Orlniur, 1.31; 1901, Hriga
dler, 1.37 4-5; 1903, Dick Wellae. 1.37
2-r-' 19118, Tenter Shot, 1.37 1-5: 1914,
Amalfl, 1.36 "4 ; 1918, H'J Urier, 1.3
1-5; 1918, Uoamer (ngalnat tlmei 1.34
4-5; and 1920, Slun O'War, 1.35 4-5.
The niOHt remurkalile thing about
the running recorda. Prof. Andcraon
aald, la tho fact that Man O'War, a
three-year-old, holda the record for all
agca of thoroughbred horaea In a race.
WHEAT BELT LEAGUE -
0rganizati6n of New Body Got
Under Way at Meeting Here
Last Night; Games Sunday.
i 1 1 m
Here's another new style
Note the wide band, special
shape Low in back
and other exclusive
McKibbin dealers everywhere
Harry I Kuck la prealdent. Dr. H.
A. Kchnelder, vice president, and Fred
11. Aloea, aec.rctory-tieasurer, of the
band new Wheat l'elt Ix'aBue that waf
organized last niht at a meeting of
reiiresentalivea from Helix, Tilot
Itock, Weaton and l'endleton. The
meeting waa bold at the room of the
Act on In orpamzinR the new leauue
reaulls from the withdrawal of the
Athena lub from the Hlue Mountain
IcaKue Wedneaday when the remaln
inx five cluba would not agree to
chantro the bylawa to permit Atheaa
the privilege of Importing a catcher
from Walla Walla for every tame.
Withdrawal of one club made It im
perative either to fill the vacated
..j .. . vn. oinenne ! 2S. A second team probably will be
ncurred in traveling to Milton-Free- Bent to EuKene. Or., to enter the Pa
water, it waa decided to cut the rice. Iclfic coast conference met there May
The seaaon will begin Sunday, the 21.
new schedule which was presented )
last night having been accepted with
out a murmur. ' For the opener. Helix
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Men's Overalls, Union Made 93t.wd
Men's Work Pants
Men's Wool Work Pants 5' 0
Men's Leather Vests , $7.50 to $8.93
Men's Balbriggan Union Suits S1-00
Men's Work Shoes.. $2.43 to $1.93
0. D. Army Blankets
Men's Work Gloves
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743 Main St
y.Mji; cax t oo.mk.
KERKKIjKY, Cal. April 22. (A.
I'.) liana for a dual track meet be
tween the I'niversity of California
and Yale university ut Yale May 21
were abandoned today when a tele
pram aa received staling Yale had
nn mtpn nthli'tic dateKS.
Ten California track and field men,, j A
however, will leave here about May 14 A
to participate in
amateur athletic association of Amer-
will come to Pendleton to meet the
Bucks, and Weston goes to Pilot Rock.
Each team will play eight games, four
it home and four away and the soaaon
will come to a cloae June 1 2. I'mpires
ire to he Fred Grove of Pilot iiock
and Tracey Eaker of Pendleton.
PeHides the officers who yere elect
ed lasla night, the destinies of the
eague will be in the hands of the fol
wwing dirt-rtorsrCTwuer It-tei-jon 'f
'endleton. i.r. R hneider of Pilot Ilock
Fred Slooa of Hel'.t and II. I Uey-
naud of Veston. The manager who
attended last nighfa harmony meeting
Included C. W. Paulus of Pilot Itock,
Victor Mason of Helix and Marshall
Spell of the Pendleton Bucks.
The schedule calls for the following
April 24 Helix at Pendleton, Wes
ton at Pilot Kock.
May I Pendleton at Weston, Pilot
P.ock at Helix.
Slay 8 Helix at Weston, Pilot Hock
May IS Pendleton at Pilot P.ock,
Weston at llelix.
May 22 Pilot Rock at Weston, He
lix at Pendleton.
May 27 Helix at Pilot Rock, Wes
ton at Pendleton.
june 5 Weston at Pilot Rock, Pen
dleton at Helix..
June 12 Pendleton at Weston, Pi
lot Kock at Helix.
the intercollegiate Zt
ica national meet at Cambridge, May ! K
HMMI-ItS I1F.AT SACS.
I SSEATTLE, April 22. (A. P.)
Jacobs' pitching, backed by fast base
running which . induced five stolen
j sacks, gave Seattle a 4 to 2 victory
j over Sacramento in today'a game of
tho opening series Here. , ne fnc:
took a lead in the first inning w.tii
two runs to Seattle's one, but the
llainiers tied the score in the fourth
and in the sixth put over two more
ru.is. , - . -
TOOK 12 IXXIXuS.
L'S ANtiEUiS, April 22 (A. P.)
Schneider raced home from third
when Caveney fumbled a drive in the
12th Inning Jesterday and Vernon j
won from San Francisco, 5 to 4. In
the first inning, Schneider hit a home
run over the centerfield fence, bring
ing Chadbotirne home ahead.
OREGON AND WYOMING OIL AND
GAS COMPANY .
. . Authorized Capital Stock $1,000,000
I.K-orprn-atcd I'mler the ls or the SU.te of Oregon
Has Opened Offices at
Room 19-20, Despain Building:
Under Management of
MR. FRANK KENNEDY
Some FACTS About
Till'. IM I.KS.M) K
Here are. authentic figures from tho Ford factory at Detroit.
They show you jimt how many Ford cars and trucks have been
built each month lnce January 1, 1921 und how muny have
been sold to retail cuatomcrs, In the 1'nlted States.
Produced llctall Customers
Total Production 127,074 Totul llctall Sales 2OS.032
Bhowlngithnt actual sales for the first three months of 1921 ex.
coded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks!
April requisitions ulready specify 107,719 additional cars nnd
trucks and the estimated April output of the factory und assem
blv plants combined calls for only 90.000!
These fuels clearly allow that the demand for Ford products is
growing much fasler than manufacturing facilities to produce
and were It not for tho rieulers' limited atorka, which are now
belnS rapidly depleted, many more customers would have been
compelled to ult for their cars. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefor, until a big surplus of orders will prevent uny
thlnfr like prompt deliveries.
If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when
ou wunt it, you should place your order now. Don't delay,
phono u or drop us a card.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
COLD SPRINGS HALL
Saturday, April 23
Good Music Good Eats
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslce
Chronic and Nervous Dueaaea am
Diseases of Women. X-Huy Electr
Temple Bldg. kooro 1)
Phone 210. W V . Hot M
m. tu 5 p. m.
Iu All Pratnlics.
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KT.UiK ltATTlXC CAKMVATi.
OAKLAND, Cal., Al)rll 22. (A. P )
Oakland staced another butting car
nival yesterday and defeated Ixis An
geles. 7 to 2. The Oaks started in the
second, scoring two runs and batttd
Hughes out of the box In the fourth
when they scored three times on two
triples and two doubles. In the ninth
Oakland bunched three hits and scor
ed again. Stannire was presented by
friends with a small, black goat on
his first appearance at hat.
AITEH I.AD1FS' CI P.
LONDON, April -22 (A. P.) Miss
Alexa StirliiiK. American woman golf
champion, will play in her second
tournament in England tomorrow at
Puihill for the "golf illustrated'- la
dies' cup. The contest will he SB holes
ut medal play. Among the contestants
will be Miss Cecil Leitcli
Si THE RUST HATlOfiAL BARK
:tlK) STUAKillT WINS
TAMPA, Fla., April 22. (A. P.) .
Frank Tahcrski of Pchneclady. -N. V, j
world's undefeated pocket billiard
champ'on yesterday by defeating Ar
thur Howard, 12T. to 0vwon his Se'Hb
icontecutive game, aam ,
record. In 31 of those games, me
score was 125 to 0 and in four it w;is
l.-.H to 0.
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Pest Butter, pound 45c
Wessons Oil, pints 33c; quarts 63c; gallon $1.20
Lard ; No. 5 $1.23; No. 10 $2.23
Red Mexican Beans, 4 pounds 23c
Tomatoes, 2 cans 2jC
Blue Karo Syrup No. 5, 50c; No. 10, 90c
Red Karo Syrup No. 5, 50c; No. 10, 93c
Tea Garden Assorted Preserves, 1 lb. glass. . . 50c
Olvnipic Pancake Flour, large size,
3 lbs and 6 oz each 33c, 3 for
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