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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 18,1021.
EASTERN SCHOOLS DODGE WHEN
QUESTION OF MEETING WESTERN
ATHLETES AT CHICAGO BROACHED
Records of Boys From 'Wild and
Wooly' Section- at Penn
Puts Fear in Wary Coaches.
N.KW YOUK, May 18. (Henry L.
Furroll, U. P. Staff CorrcNiionUenl.)
Womcrn athletes who cajne to fho
l'mut reluyo and gave tho euHt a
trimming probably will have to lie con
tout with those laurels for tho aoimun.
ICuHtcrn couches say "for wnurul
reiiHons" they cannot Journey west to
HAX IJIKOO, .May 1S.(A. P.)
Annoiiiiiement was made here yestvr
day by Mrs. Elizabeth C. KpuMing.
widow of the lato A. (I. KpuldliiK. who
for years was a lender nf baueball and
later n manufacturer of equipment
used In the luyln(f of thu national
Kiune, that tho extensive Knuldini;
Chicago on June 1 1 and meet tho west- I baseball library has been Klven to the
emers In their own haunts at the I'nl- public library of New York city. A
versify of Chicago's national collcKliilo
Utiles for the meet limltlne the en
tries to eight men from a single col
lege will make It "inadvisable" for the
big eastern schools to go west, several
of tho coaches say.
If western coaches had seen the
unit disadvantages In entering a
small team, tho I'enn relays would
have been of an exclusive euslern col
or, which, however, might have been
more to the liking of tho east, since
the sinnM band of westerners mado
ttut'h a wonderful showing.
it a western school at the "relays"
letter from K. If. Anderson, director
of the New York public library, ac
cepts tho gift and expresses apprecia
For several years before his death In
1815. Mr. Kpaldlng gave attention to
collection of data on the subject of
baseball. This accumulation of data
was In the form of extensive ' corre
spondence, offic ial records of old time
games, reports of Important sessions
of the early organliallons, memoirs
of distinguished players and managers
and rare old photographs, all consti
tuting a comprehensive story of bae
bnll and said to be the fullest compilu-
Youll enjoy the
sport of rolling
em with P. A.!
hod more than sight entries, some uf-i lion on this subject In existence
them had two men an some only four. I Several of the foremost universities
Yet the west scored first, second
and third In the discus; first In tho
shotput; first In tho four mile relay;
first and second In the high Jump;
first In the four mile relay; first and
second in the high Jump; first, third
and fourth in the pole vault, and sec
onds In the 100 yard dash, 120 yard
hurdles, tho Javelin and the two-mile
It is hard to tell what would have
happened to tho east If tho west had
sent an entire team to the relays as
the east wants to do In the "nation
als.'" Kastern coaches say it would caunp
hard feeling among their teams If
they were to select only eight men
from the entire squad to go west.
"Uupposw twelve of my men were
point winners at the eastern intercnl
leglatea and I could take only; eight
men west what would the other four
think?" one prominent coach asked.
ItesulU of the I'enn relays were con
clusive enough to show that the west
Is coming forward strong In another
branch of sport and that eastern dom-
of the country coveted this library but
In giving 11 to the public library of
New York city, Mrs. Rpalding says she
believes that it will be placed where
it will be most accessible to the great
est number of leers of tho national
KAC8 BEAT MCAUi.
.A.N' FltANCIHOO. May 18. (A. I'. I
Kan Francisco was unable to hit ef
fectively yesterday in spite of having
plenty of men wulkcd, and Sacramen
to won. 4 to 3. Sacramento won Hie
game in the fifth Inning when with
the bases full, McQuaid walked Mr
(iaffigan. The visitors knocked Scoit
out of tho box In the fourth Inn'ng
and. the Seals gave Niehaua the same
treatment In the following frame.
8I.AM FOIH PITCJIKK8.
SALT IAKE. Utah., May 18. (A.
!'. Vernon won the opening game
of the series here yesterday, 8 to 5.
The locals used four pitchers In their
attempt to stay the slugging Tigers,
but none of them was much of a puz-
ination or the track, existing for to tin. Pete Hchneider hit two doubl
long, will bo another victim of the and a triple Tho visitors made 1
west within a short time. hits fur a total of 25 bases..
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You all know our new shop foreman, Jack
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He uses genuine Ford part.t to repair your car,
assuring the utmost in endurance. The prices are
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HKItKKIJT .NOT COMIX;.
BEKKELEY. Oil., May IS (A. P.)
University of Southern California
track and field athletes today cancel
led plant to enter the Pacific coast
conference meet at Kuisenc, Or., May
21. ThiH followed a decision of a
physician that Charles . Paddock,
Olympic sprints champion, who had
planned to so to KiiBenc was not suf
ficiently recovered from a recent Hi
net's to make the trip.
MUTTON OlTI"OINTS TILLMAN
1KH MOIXKS la.. May 18. (A. P.)
Jack Hrttton of New York, welter
wciuht champion of the world, out
pointed Johnny Tillman of Minneap
olis, here last nlKht in their 10-round
t.lXHH.IX ilHS 111 "SY.
MANHASSKT, N. Y.. May IK. (A.
P.) (tcorgrs Carpeiitier shook out his
sea legs yesterday in his first day at
his Long Island training camp in
reparation for the championship box
hiK bout with Jack Dcmpsey. Walk
ing was the only exercise taken. Car
pentier will do no boxing until next
week and until then his daily, pro
gram will consist of Mttht exercises and
walks, Trainer ius Wilson said.
( Kn t Orcfjuniun Spcclul.)
NOL1N, May 18. Carl Weike and
W. A. (Jraves were. Nolln business
visitors this moraine.
Among those who attended the bin
circus yesterday were Oscar Johnson,
Jess Jones. Wilbur Heard and Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher returned
i home Monday evening after spending
la few days with Mrs. Fisher's mother
I who resides at Hoardman.
! Among the Pendleton visitors today
I were W. A. Cates, J. W. P.ruce and
I Mark Phinney.
James Rcard was a Hermlston visit
or this morning.
Jess Cates will start tomorrow
morning with a band of sheep to go to
the summer ranKe at Meacham.
James Heard Jr. celebrated his sec
ond birthday Sunday.
TO BENEFIT BY TREATYi
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The woi U
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T ...M. ..!! 18. (A. P 1 -fan'ous
picture, "A jlrei t
I v (an Venueer of Peifl.
WASHINGTON, May 18. (A, P.)
The pending treaty between the Unit
ed States and Great Britain to regulate
Sockeye salmon fishing in the waters
of British Columbia and the state of
Washington would operate to the ben
efit of the Canadian fishermen and
injury of American fishermen, the sen
ate foreign relations committee was
told yesterday by Governor Hart of
Washington and Senator Jones of the
They declared that the treaty would
regulate fishing only in part of Ca
nadian waters while it would restrict
fishing In all Washington sockeye wa
ters. Governor Hart argued that the
treaty was unnecessary because Wash
ington has enacted new laws which
would protect the salmon.
If you are looking for a tent we have it. Our last
shipment contained a 7'x9 10'xl2' andil2'xl4't 10 ounce.
These are NEW tents at a surprisingly low price. Any
other sizes and weights on short notice.
Heavy Coveralls $3.25
Slightly used 0. D. Army Shirts $2.75
New Army Shirts , $4.38
Heavy Blue Cambric Work Shirts $1.10
Khaki Breeches v$1.00
Leather Faced Canvas Gloves 40c
Canvas Gloves, pair 15c
Just a little of our canned goods left.
Army & Navy Sales CO.
546 Main Street
PAPKKS ItOOM WITH STAMPS.
Minni.KIIOItO, Mass., May. 18.
(A. P.) A room papered with can
celled I'nited States postage stamps
stands as a monument to the indus
try of William (. Sawyer of this town.
More than 20.0(H) stamps o( 184 vari
eties have been used and in denomi
nation they represent Issues from one
I., 'in mlik
The room Is 12 feet square. Mr.'
Sawyer has been collecting stamps for
a iiiaiicr of a century.
h n h?' n sc Id at r.Lctiun to a c .'. illu
sion Ft in i'li'ng for an ii : ipivii
pnncipa' for i'v i no guilders, e ;.iiv
n.cnt at resent n tes of exch : ;i' to
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iU KNU May IS. (A. P.) - Klcc
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are making ran of the curre it they
consul:. e. On or.n. grades wcire
giavitt 19 the r. live force, ele .-trim
is generated so successfully that there
is an estimated saving of 25 to 30 per
cent in cm i ei. i
ft j. M &
" V J
Helen F. Dodre. Phndelphi
chuolglrl. may b the youngest her
oine tn the country to recolTe the
Carnegie medal for bravery. She wa
11 year of age, two year ago. when
ah rescued her chum from drown
ing In the Tomi River. Ocean Oate,
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