Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1921)
KEEP ABREAST OF DOINGS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT DAILY IN ARTICLES BY STAFF WRITERS AND TWO NEWS SERVICES .ON JIIIS PAGE !
TEN PAGES " . T
PAGES 7 TO 10 ft
PAGES 7 TO 10
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1921.
Peterson and Styson Hardest
' Hitters in League, Moe's
Dope Sheet Makes Plain:
Tha I.rKo Maudlin
Penrtluton 3 l.00''
WMnn 1 3 .2r'
Pilot Hock 0 "'
those who have halted ZHO or better
In two or more itame. Following Ih
Peterson (Pendleton) 65S
fctysnn (Pendleton) 6 00
Clarke (Helix) .' r.ou
Hlnkle (Pilot Rock) 4C1
Conk (Helix) 4US
Jianlcy (Pendleton) 3M
Kirkpiitrlck (Weston) Kl
Pierce (Helix ) 333
(lllheit (i'llot Hock) . . , '. 307
Hlomgren (Weaton) 24
Kane (Pilot rtock) 2HJ
Kendall (Helix) 277
Itohertsnn (Hell) :,
Gnrtlex (Helix) 2S0
flint rtock 16
viled to the club house to view thej
RroundH and get acquainted wllhlhai
people fof l-ii fjrunde. It Ih desired
that li h inuny people he ill the club
hoiiHe uh possible, In order to show the ,
t'nlon people the true Iji (ji'ande hos- j
Interest Roused in . Tourney:
That Will be Played Herei
May 28-29; La Grande Busy
The outcome of Hunday's gume he
twoen Hlellx and the Pendleton llucks
will determine whether the local ahull
Contliiiis to lead the Wheat licit lea
gue, or whether the leadership now
held by them shall be rellno,ulshed to
the Helix team. The present stand
in; of the team gives the Pucks a
clean slut with three victories, and
the Helix team hai won three and lout
one. A victory for the Helix gang,
Cundny would reverse the standing.
Cnptnln Peterson's team will he In
fairly good shape for the content that
U tn be played here. The outfield li
weak rltsht now an wan disclosed by the
four Inning played at Pilot Itock last
Sunday when rain Interfcrred and
caused the calling of the name. The
infield la In Rood shape.
Figure complied hy Fred Mnes. see.
rotary of the league, show that Petor
on and Btyson of the Hucks are the
hardeiit hitter no far thin season. Pet
erson's average la Hi with fr'tyson
coming accond with a rat Ins: of an
eVen 600. Hanley, who ranka alxth, isj
the third Pendleton man In the list of
MAKK MM', IN SIXTH
HACKAMKNTO. Cnl., May 21. (A.
P.) A rally In the alxth Inning, when
Kacriimento pushed over nine run,
turned victory Into defeat for the Oaks
her yesterday, the final acorn being
Sacramento 13. I ink land 3. I'p until
the fatal frame the buy club hud been
leading 3 tn I. MefJnfflgan wan the
hitting atar of the May, gelling four
hits In five times ut bat. One of his
trinities was u homo run with the haxes
WASHINGTON' V. WINS
PH.I.MAV, Wash., May 2). (A.
P.) Seiner's pitching combined with
10 healthy clouta by the I'nlverslty of
Washington team brought victory to
the Sun Dodgers here yeaterday over
Washington State college. shadan
lasted five innlnga for the locals and
waa replnced by Huley. McMahon
lined nut two triplex and a double for
the vlBltora. Score: Washington l'
10 J; WiiHhlnKton State, l 3. nut.
terlea Setner and Land; Shadan, Ru
lev and Hray.
Aa the golf season advance, Intercut
In the sport la being reflected In the
timo that la apent by devotees of the
game, unri in renuicion u a getting io
be a common thing for aome of the
boya to look the aim In the fuce at 6 j ,
o'clock In the morning an a part of i
the early ploying. j'
Some of them are preparing for the ,
competition and medal tournament I
whic h la to be played here Sunday, jj
There will be provlalona made for both '
old and new players, ao all members J
will fit Into a class where they eani
lift- An nA,la. li t I Vft M 1 fin f thfl
Sunday competition, which atarta ut 10
o'clock Sunday morning, will be the
Pendleton players are also looklni?
forwnrd with keen interest to the Tri
Stute tournament that la to he played
Saturday and Sunday. May 28 and 29.
There are other golf fans In this part
of the country who are planning to do
their best on thig occasion aa the fo.
lowing from the 1-a Grande Observer
"All golf players are asked to meet
at the Club House this coming Run
day, when the eight lest scorers will
be selected to go to the Rolf tourna
ment In Pendleton on May 28 and 2.
Sunday la also the day that the people
nf'fnlon and virlnltv have been in-
'Heveral day ago, an Invitation was :
received from the Pendleton club to j
participate In their tournament, in i
w hich six town will be represented.
In speaking of the tournament this
morning, one golf enthusiast said,
None of us I.H. Orande fellows ex
pect to show up In the tournament, hut
we do want our eight best player to
go to Pendleton, Just to show them
that, although our gnme Is poor.onr
hearts are In the right spot.' Ocorge
U Kddy, golf Instructor, will select
the eight best scorers."
700 WOltK ON AISKNA
JRP.SKT CITY, X. J.. May 20. (A.
j p.) Construction of the arena wnere
the Dempsey-Carpentier fiRht will take
j Place Is one fourth completed. Con
tractors declared today that they ex
pected to have the job finished before
' June 15. the date called for In their
contract. Seven hundred workmen are
engaged In the task.
A I way $ right on lop
1 1 ere's a Style for Youno
Menfrom 17to 70; (inequal
ity, light weight material in
an undeniably smart model,
' Ask you dealer
This Is (lie Best Place in Toi to Boy Your Needs
Our price are always lower, quality the highet A
comparison will convince you.
Men' Khaki or Whip
Cord Riding; Pant
Men' Khaki Coat to
Match above pant
Men' Work Pant
Men' Heavy Work Shirt
Men' Cotton Union Suits
Men' Solid Leather Har
vest Shoes, $3.45
Men' Work Straw Hats
25c and 35c
Ladies' Whit Canva
1 -strap Pump or Oxford,
Low heel, $2.45
Ladies' White 2-Strap
Pumps with Military
Ladies' Sport Oxford,
white and brown
Children' 1 Strap White
$1.85. and $1.95
Ladies' Straw Hats
$1.45 and $2.95
$2.95 to $12.50
Prime Steer Beef Economically Priced
, Young Tender Milk Fed Veal
Tender, Juicy Spring Lamb
Young, Tender Pig Pork
Fancy Fat Chickens
Jellied Chicken, Jellied Tongue, Baked Meat Loaf,
Minced Style 'Sausage, Pickled Tongue, Pickled
Pigs Feet, Head Cheese, Bologna, Boiled Ham.
Strawberries, Green Onions, Gooseberries, Hot
House Lettuce, Carrots, Asparagus, New Potatoes,
Beets, Cabbage. String Beans, Turnip Radishes,
Rhubarb, Tomatoes, Cucumbers.
Be sure to attend the Merchants' and Manufacturers'
Carnival May 26-27.
If it's on the market we have it.
SKAI W1 X MSi: (JAM K j
OAKLAND, Cal.. May M. (A. P.)
San Francisco defeated Pontile. 4 to 1
3, In a tiKht contest here yeaterday, ;
Aitnew, Seal catcher, who had doubled j
Kt-orinn on Fitzgerald's long single to j
right In the last half of the ninth, tie- j
attle had tied the score in the first,
half of the ninth frame. Kenworthy
and Middleton coming In on Spencer s ,
sacrifice. ARiiew slammed the hall
over the field In the fourth inning ;
scoring Hath and Kllison. ' i
(HY TI1K STAIT)
40 Cash Stores
745 Main St
The gas editor ia In receipt of a let
ter from Ad CiikUivo who writes from
La, lirande that after seeing in our
paper thut Hay Mct'arroll stayed with
Herman Hackenst hmidt fifteen min
utes the night of the circus and pre
vented Hack from getting a fall he is
moved to express the opinion that he
can throw either man.
To support this statement Ad de
clare he is ahle and willing and even
anxious to come to Pendleton to show
how the trick is done If local fans
would like to see the bout.
iivriK ihh iu.Ein:i':n
- uis AXfiELES. May 20. (A. P.)
Los Angeles and Portland broke even
on a doublehcader here yesterday, the
Angels taking the first game. 2 to 1
and the visitors the second, f. to In
the first contest Portland look the
lead in the fourth but the Angels ral-
-f.,1.,1. mnAa t U'O rilHS
., .i ,n nrr.ir In the' about the wrestling game chilled by
second game the visitors again took divers exhibitions he has witnessed in
the lead in the. fourth inning and ! smnll towns, and he VtraiMially would
clinched the contest in the fifth by not give a plugged nickle even in Ihe
mnkinr two runs on a single, a double flushed interval that accompanies pa-
LICHL'AX, Shensi Province, china.
May 20. (Charles E. Hogue, V. V.
Staff Correspondent.) Waste of mon
ey is inevitable when large sums are
tisd for emergency relief in a coun
irv lihe Clona. where siiueeze" Is an
accepted and honorable practice, but
i nil inveswsitlioo Oi inr tammc
He says he weighs 160 and Is In good : eads to the belief that the money that
(ondltion, and furthermore, that he j has been poured into this stricken
has plenty of backing down that way. j :tn(j has for the most part been very
The Gas Kd. has lived long enough
to have had someof his earlier ardor
and a triple.
WltPKXTII;it HAS QIIIT .Y
HAXHASSKT, X. Y., May A-
p.) Georges Carpentier spent the day
In dressing gown, pajamas and slip
pers, recuperating from his sea voyage
and the business of becoming settlod
in his training camp. He will not be
gin strenuous training until next week.
A special traffic station was es
t.ifuv,u.i nn-ir his ca :u u today. Sev
eral policemen were on duty to keep I
nwav Ihe crowds.
Frank I.oughrey. a Philadelphia
boxer, who fought Carpentier in Paris
In 1911, called and offered his services j
as sparring partner.
Let tern from American Legion posts
j havo been received by Carpentier. 1
welcoming him t' America and wish- j
i iiiR him luck.
! YHT.-PI!! S1DKXT 11.1, J
WASHINGTON, May 20. (A. P.) i
i Vice-president Coolidge continued tn-.
I .lay to be confined to his bed with j
' what was described as a severe cold.
t his office it was said It might be
several days before he returned to his
day to see one ut these affairs.
Put the challenge has been issued
and It is hereby told unto the world.
The catches of fish that are being
displayed In local windows are Inviting
enough to make one feel the lure
hill and stream. No wonder the boys
are even now u,uietl.v talking over the
vacation plans when the boss is not
Have you seen a Twilight league
game of baseball lately? The bns
are having lots of. fun and exercise
down at the park of evenings.
I well spent. Daily there is less and less.
Hut there are financial plague spots.
Here in Shensi is to be found one ot
them. The local magistrate has, until
John Hayes and his party of foreigners
arrived on the scene to international
ize the control of the Xunds, been play
ing ducks and drakes with the money
forwarded from Peking and Shanghai.
Hayes put a sudden end to that situa-
it Is doubtful If that many personii live
in the community.
"My Village elders numitted the
figure," blandly explained the mauls,
trate. "and I had to accept their word
or they would lose face with my peo
ple." Hayes va of the opinion that food
was more Important than face and Im
mediately set about remedying" mat
ters. Another grave condition is helnf
dealt wltlfin the district administered
by the Southern Army. A fund of ',
lino for famine relief fell Into the
hands of the authorities and, was dis
tributed impartially and then re-collected
Put In spite of these instances of
graft It must not be believed that the
great majority of the famine relief
i money is not going into tne proper
I-VCOVIOU AXCIEXT CITIES
PHILADKLPHIA. May 20. (C. P.)
I An expedition from the Vh'verslty of
I Pennsylvania here plans fo go to Pal-
estlne in June to extend excnvaflon
' work on the biblical city of Beth-shan,
or Beiaan. as it is now known. The
tion when he discovered that the mag- J party expects to uncover relics of sev.
ixtrate's h"me village was listed as ! eral ancient cities, which are supposed
having omi starving persons, whereas ' to have stood on this same site. -
Mr. Ford Owner
You all know our new shop foreman, Jack
Childs. If yon don't you ought to. Come in and get
acquainted with him and the brand of service that
is used. We know you will be pleased with the
He uses genuine Ford parts to repair your car,
assuring the utmost in endurance. The prices are
right, too. We make them right.
Simpson Auto Co.
The Home of The Ford nl Fordson
DR. C. H. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms II and 26 Smlth-Crawfor
releohona 7n "es, 1-T
A. C. Kocppen & Bros.
. ,j ; i t "
lrug Store That
(Kast Oregonian Special )
XOL1.V, May 20. Jim Heard left for
Tend this afternoon. Mr. Heard is
driving down in bis car. He expects
to visit some of his friends in that city.
Among Ihe Pendleton business visit
ore today were Mrs Wm. Spence and
F. W. Compton.
Dock Jones, who got his leg bruised
seriously Sunday while playing bi ll,
slates that It is cosiderable boner today.
Slops Pain Instantly Itemoves Corns
j ' Evervhodv, everywhere needs to
; know what millions of folks have al
I ready learned about liels-lt," the
YOU WANT THE BEST
We have for vou some nice fat MILK FED
Chickens and SPRING LAMB.
There's nothing finer for yourself or company.
' Cupid's second tutch among tne
vnicrican Olympic nthlctes is Miss
lnn M C.uest, slur swimmer of
I'hiladclpliia, who has announced her
1 nsugeiiicnt to Sidney Loog. Jr.
4Kr of Manuyunk. l"a. Kngage
1 ,i.ut nf .Miss Alice Noid and
'.Khuid Landoti vam f)lt.
TjjJ Your Cim Willi "Geti-li."
suarsnteed painless corn ami callus
remover. Any corn, no matter how
deep rooted, departs quickly when
"iets-lt" arrives. Wonderfully simple,
vet simple wonderful, because all sore
ness stops with the first application
t!et rid of vour corn anil wear shoes
tbat fit. Pig shoes simply make corns
grow bigger. Your money back U
"lets-It" tails. Insist on the genuine
Costs but trifle rver where. Mid
by K. Lwience fo.. I'hicitgo.
Sold In Pendleton by Tailtlinn & Co.,
Utunuiu) Drug Co,
BEST BUTTER, pound 35c
Wessons Oil pint 33c; quart 65c; '- gal. $1.20
Crisco 1VL lbs. 40c; 3 lbs! 70c; G lbs. $1.25
Best Crepe Toilet Taper, 3 rolls 25c
Tomatoes, 2 cans 25c
Van Camps Tork 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