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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1021.
MANY FRENCH SPORTSMEN PLAN
, TO JOURNEY TO U. S. WHEN BIG
Watch These Feet!
Our Prices Are Lower
FIGHT IS STAGED BY GEORGES
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Many. Fans From Over Pond
, Will Back Carpentier When
He Battles Dempsey for Belt.
PARIS, May 17. (Wehh Miller, V.
P. Staff CorreapondMit ) July J, 1H21,
when Oanrgea Carpentier cllmha
through thi rope to face Jaek Deiilp.
aey will b tha moat Important (late In
the aportln hlatory of France,
' For the flrat time a Frenchman haa
attained the atatua of an International
figure In the boxing; world and France
an a nation If backing It" "Idol and
fervently hoping for hla mipcewi.
The nation-wide Interext Ih Intenalfl-
ed by I ho fart that France bh a whole
I decidedly backward In a apnrting
way especially In boxing, which U an
Anglo-Saxon name. And thin la (he
flrat time a man repreaenting France
haa been nble to meet an Anglo-Saxon
a an rtpinl. Coupled with thin la Car
pentiem' extraordinarily popularity. If
Carpentier knocka out Dempney he
will take the place n the greateat of
Francs'a sporting heroea.
Vow that the dale Ih definitely fixed
the "cafe dopeatera" are beginning to
flft'ire on Carpentier' chancex. The
lurid word plctnrea of Pempfey a the
"ferocloua tiger-man" have served to
dampen aomewhat the opllmixm of the
dopeatera. The mod optimistic of
them manage to convince theinaelvea
that tteorgea haa a 'fifty-fifty chance,
at leant, taking Dempaeya record and
weight Into conalderatlon.
Their main reliance aeema to center
on the "lucky firm punch" and Car-,
pentler'a prevlnua demonstrated ability
to deliver t his punch. They are con
vinced that the fight will nol laxt many
rounda and that It will he a hammer-and-tonga
affair from the first gnng.
The dopeatera comfort themxelvea with
the Idea that Carpentier la faster than
Iempaey and may lie able to utilize
thlx speed In the flrxt few roumln to
laud the "lucky punch."
According to thin cufe chatter, Car
pentler'a whole plan of campaign la
haaed on thla idea. lie will xlart trying
to land the knockout from the Instant
the gong rings. The general Idea 1
that Dempxey will try to do exactly the
rame thing. .' .- ,'
The aportlng element la plnnnlnn
Upon an unprecedented migration to
New York to aee the mlx-up. Accord
ing to present Indication France will
rend more adherenta to cheer fieorgea
than have ever traveled Hitch a dis
tance on a almllar errand. Meanwhile
Oeorgex haa not been content to rest
upon hla laurela as Kurope'H premier
boxer. He haa been buay gathering In
the pounds, kronen, pexetaH, guilder
and franca that go with the laurels. In
the paxt two months Carpentier with
hla apoirlng partner haa toured Eng
land, Sweden, Denmark, Spain and
Algeria, alammlng hix hardy apatrln:!
partner with one hand and raking In
the coin with the other. Hla frlemtx
claim that he haa amaxed more than
otiy other European fighter ever
dreamed of getting enough ho that
fieorgea Isn't worrying "whether the
Herman pay or not.
Likewise with characteristic Oalllc
foresight Oeorgex Is nailing away the
accrued Income In hla aluminum htixi
nexa and coal mines In benx. The net
leault la that (ireorgex won't have to
worry about the wolf at the door If he
should happen to wake up July 2 with
Dempxey xtanding over him.
1'nllke most flehterx with hix pres
tige, Carpentier ixn't trying to cut
much of a figure In the well-known
night life of I'aria. Only occasionally
la he Keen In the all night Jointx in the
Hue Cuumarlln and even then he
keepa training hours nnd dallies little
with thn sparkling wines.
At prexent, Carpentier ix figuring on
retiring after the little affair of July
2 win or loxe and devote himself to
hla buxInexH interests.
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SAN FltANCISCO, May 17. (A. P.
Juke Schafer of Ban Franclxco ex
tahllxhed what wax aaid to be a world's
1.2 balk line billiard record here yex.
Amateur tuiaebuil players who want to follow In the footstep of rh
leading hitters In the big leagues may gala help by walchJug these feet
Those ut the left are Habe Ruth's in poaiUon at the plate. Upper right,
the batting poStlon of Ceorge Kelly, home-run awatter of the Giants'
Lower rifht, Ty Ccl b's feet lit posltioa lor a long clout.
TAy "put it across!
I lere's another new summer
Note how lines conform to
back of head.
Ask your dealer
Helix S, Weston .
iver-Hall. Hit by
Pierce. I'mplre, I.ieuallen
Double plnyx, Ol
pitcher. Oliver by
We give you the Highest Quality for the Lowest
Men's Canvas Gloves ?
Men's Leather Faced Canvas Gloves
Bovs' or Women's Canvas Gloves
Men's Full Cut Work Shirts 7!
Men's Summer Unions coi
Boys' Union Suits -
Men's Overalls 95c nd
Men's Leather Vests
Men's Leather Army Jerkins t'ni
Army Blankets ;.00
Men's All Wool Army Shirts J3.95
Men's Work Pants f .45
Men's Red Rubber Sporting Boots iff 'fn
Men's and Boys' Riding Boots $14.50
40 Cash Stores
745 Main St
IM8 ANGEl.ES, May 17. (A. P.)
Charles Paddock, xtmieiit at the I'ni
verslty of Southern California and
Olympic sprint champion, ix recover
ing from an Illness which has kept him
In hix bed for more than a week, but
I'through hix father last night lie lsxued
I a statement reiterating hix Intention
I nnt In nmnla in inPetH Ht Harvard
terday when he scored 400 pointa in I un() rn,,.HSO ,., mntn, lle mBt.
three Inning agalnxt Edourard Hore- lnnl he would be unable to enter the
Belgian champion, who scored
111 points In ttro Inning.
Schafer has an Incompleted run of
68 remaining from Saturday'a contest.
Ilia firxt inning today reaulted In 326
pnlnta a total run of 394. He acored
70 pointa In hla second Inning and ran
nut the fo.ir points to complete the 4'Mi
block In his third Inning.
The total score In the 4.000 point
match now standx ,chaefer 3,6ao;
Pacific conference meet ut Eugene,
Or., next Saturday, ax hix physician
had forbidden it.
Paddock said he had not received a
telegram from those In charge of the
Harvard meet offering til have Harv
ard profexsorx conduct hix examlna
tlona and permitting him to pick his
cwn opponents. He aaid, however,
the former xiignextions was not feas
ible and the latter not In keeping with
his Idea of Hportniianxhip.
Twelve hits that scored 12 runs for
Helix wax altogether too much for
Weston in the game that was played
between the two teams Sunday which
resulted in a 12 to 4 victory for the
Helix aggregation. Box score and
AH It H I'O A K
Moex, 2I . ..' 4 1
Kendall, 3b f. 0
Cook, rf 4
Clark, xn 5
Kobert8on, If 4
Mulkey, c 5
Stevens, lh 5
Pierce, p. .
Totnlx . .
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QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
The Big Day
April 5 was the day of the free sales offer.
Have you your tickets or sales slips handy? If
so cash in on this big savingit may have been
but a loaf of bread, again it could be a hundred
dollar sale; think, you thrifty housewife, what a
saving this means to you.
Investigate this treat. Phone or ask the
At the Klgn of a Service
If It's on the Market We Have It"
.K HKIIO 1YIX;.
GENEVA. May 1. (A. P.) Emile
Froldeveaux, hero of the Flench For
eign Legion, is dying of an ailment
that has puzzled spei iahsix for two
years. Little by Utile his leux and
parts of both ainix have been ampu
tated in a series of 33 operations that
have not stopped the spread of the
He" Is noon to he moved from a
hospital to his home where it is hop
ed, he may rieeive iln ceremony, be
fore, he dies, the Croix tie (iiierre
awarded him by the French government.
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Heamer, xx " " 0
Kirkpatrick, 3b. . . 2
Oliver, cf 3 a 0
Smith, lb. 4 0 0
Payant, rf 4 i 0
Hall. 2b i 0 0
fiould, 21) -' 0
HHibbs, p. 2 0 n
Kennard, p 2 1 0
Mr. Ford Owner
You nil know our new shop foreman, Jack
Child. If you don't you ought to. Come in and get
acquainted with him nnd the brand of service that
is used. We know you will be pleased with the
He uses genuine Ford parts to repair your enr,
ofisurinpr the utmost in endurance. The prices nre
right, too. We make them right.
Simpson Auto Co.
The Home of The Ford and Fordson
Pendleton, Ore. SERVICE Phone 408
I VI. TO X KI!S KAYO I
I'HIIADEI.PHIA. Mav IT. (A. P.) I
IW L-nlii.n Wt l,,iil linnviivplyht i
knocked out Jack Oonlard of Los An-
geles, laxt nlsht In the second round i
cf an eight-round bout.
Totals 3 4 .'.2 4 S 5
Score by 1 unions
1 2 3 4 . 6 7 8 9
' Helix fl 2 II 3 a 3 1 3 X. 12
I Win. 0 (I II 0 1 0 2 0 1 4
j Sacrifice hits,. Mulkey, Kirkpatrick.
I Two base hits. Clark. Stolen basex,
Kendall. Clark (2). Hohertson, Stevens
I, Owens, fierce, liiomgren, unvei
(2). Kennard. First on bulla, off
Pierce 1, off Hnbbx 1, off Kennard 4.
I Struck out, by Pierce S, Hanson 3,
I Hubbs r, Kennard
Nineteen shooters were present at
Collina Park Sunday to participate In ,
the American Trap.hooting registered
tournament and the merchants prize ,
shoot. High gun for the day was Earl
Couttx. who broke 4 8 targets out of a
possible 50. This gives Mr. Coutts the
American Trnpshooting Association ;
medal. Dr. F. L. Ingram finished sec
ond with a score of 4 and he wins the t
gold pencil donated by L. O. Frazier. j
In class n, A. J. Oill of Pilot P.ock I
finished first with a score of 45 win-,
ning the F. L. Ingram prize, a J4.00 i
fish basket. Following nre t
S. A B
Earl Coutts 50 24
F. L Ingram 50 25
Finis Kirkpatrick .50 23
H. J. Stillman 50 22
C. uy Matlock 50 23
D. C. Bowman .... 50 20
J. H. E-stes 50 23
A. J. (Jill 50 22
.1. n. Daley 50 23
Lee Matlock 50 21
Geo. C. Baer 50 20
Chas. Hamilton ...50 18
Ray Spangle 50 23
John Peterson ....50 21
Chas. Hoagland ...50 15
R. M. Tannler 50 17
R. M. Carr 50 1
Hently Nelson 50 14
L. A. Smith 5n 19
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22 47 :
23 4H ,
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22 44 i
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22 40 ,
1 7 40
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20 35 j
15 31 j
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ON MY STOCK OF
If you need a pole now'is your chance to get one.
I have an extra large stock ranging in price from
$2.00 to $65.00. A slow season has curtailed selling.
In order to reduce stock you are to get this saving.
GOOD FLY HOOKS, $1.00 DOZEN
Buy while the buying it good.
Sporting Goods Store
Hotel Pendleton Bldg.
Look for the Fish
WASIIINCTON. May 17 (A. P.)
An army of 1 75.000 was decided upon
yesterday hy the senate military affairs
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Passed balls, by I appropriation hill. The measure as
I Mulkev 3, by Rlomgren 1. Wild
I pitches, by Kennard 2. Left on bases,
Hid j passed by the house provided for an j
ses, ' army of 150.000. 'j
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All Tliose Wisliing to Have Their Rela
tives Resting Places Improved
Before Decoration Day, can call or come to the
cemetery. I will be making improvements there for
2 or 3 weeks, making air-tight vaults, reinforcing
cement slabs lettered, curbs, cement alley.
' For Information Call 262 M.
In the Alaska
Gold Rush of 1902
IDhen thousands oj men rushed to .Alaska
for qold. it was necessaru to ship in sufficient
food to last throuqh the lonq winter months.
In such a climate, coffee, when packed in the
ordinaru wau, deteriorates rapidly, but Hills
Bros., who oriqinated the vacuum process
several uears previously, were there with
Red Can Coffee, packed in vacuum cans,
insurinq the Klondikers of havinq their
coffee as fresh and flavory as when at home.
The knitted frwk la exceedingly
tl i active foi the K'rl who uuea it.
foi aporta. Salt and ep,cr
In many color nre ua-d moat toi
thia aoit of dreaa. The one alio n
In of laiiHei'lnc volwi.
BEST BUTTER, pound 35c
Wessons Oil. . . . pint 35c; quart 63c; U gal. $1.20
Criseo lbs. 40c; 3 lbs. 70c; G lbs. $1.25
Best Crepe Toilet Taper, 3 rolls 25c
Tomatoes, 2 cans 25c
Van Camps Toik and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 95c
Olympic Pancake Flour, large pkg., 3 for ..$1.00
Prunes, large size, pound 10c
Hills Red Can Coffee, 1 pound 48c
Ensign Coffee, White Package 30c
Carnation Milk, 7 cans : $1.00