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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1921.
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Many Veterans Are Waking; up
.J to Find Their Places Have
Been Filled by Youngsters.
, KttW YOHK, Juno 2. (Henry U
1'iirroll. U. P. Htuff Correspondent.)
( li: pitching bones have hud a lot of
tou h truing tlilx season.
1 Youngelcra, unknown mid unsung,
ro slipping Into toe regul rube of the
. old kmrt if the mound. -
"Lefty" Cooper, Krod Toncy, "Ha'.'1
'Ad:iiii nnd "Ited'' Fiber-are the only
votoruns showing anything- clone to
their old form.
Alexander the Great Ih dolnic bench
Un. tor the Chicago Cubs wl'h a sore
arm and Jim Vaughn, hi b'.g team
liito, Isn't delivering an expected.
; Dutch .'joullior, sensation of tho J
( r.onnnnt dash of the Cincinnati
Psds, I n disappointment In Drooklyn
and hi old aff male, Hod Kller, la
out of the same under suspension. '
: Kurtclgh Urlmcs, Sherry .Smith ond
. In fact all of Uncle Itobb's Alt-slur
pitching ataff cracked and Brooklyn
H fuMIng down In the pennant race.
Kerdy Hchupp and Bill Ooak, of the
Cnru-i are out of form. Bcutt Terry
has fallen by the wayside with the
At.iletics. Hob Kuan key has been use-
Ifss lo tho Yankees and Trl Speaker
'f hnvintf h) trouble with his stars,
Vve!klo, Bobby nnd Mulls.
.-Arthur Nehf, ihe I33.0UO beauty of
Uie ev York rilants, hasn't been as
affective as Bill Ityan, a rookie pitch
er from the International league.
Wiiler Johnsons' work with tho
Washington Senators makes It seem
that the old star Is almost through.
Joe Bush hasn't shown anything- for
the, Boston Red Sox and Ueorge Daua
lias done the Tigers very littio good.
Q1cm Rudolph had to give tip after a
bravo effort and Is now working with
the Iiraves as a coach.
. Managers blame tho cold, rainy
weather of the early season for the
failure of the old wings to gnt In
shnpo. Rut while they arc waiting Yr
tpo coming of the hot rays clubs with
good young hurlers may get out for
a, lead that will bollard to overcome.
" The Pittsburgh Pirates aro getting
tho best pitching of the year. I.efty
Cooper Is In his Uert form. "Babe"
A da mi looks .as young ea ever and
O lamer, Zlnn, Ponder ami ' Yellow
horse aro delivering.
ijspi v.'iiii iiium
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If It weren't for the misslnff stnirl
this man might be taken for Uncle
Joe Cannon. He's "Uncle Joe" Shea,
veteran railroader of Indlarfapolir
TllltKK 1IOMK HIXS.
wut.jifc.TO, June 2 (A. P.)
Three home runs helped the Senators
ueieftt Seattle here yesterday, 7 to 3.
They were mado by Cook, Pick and
luinpton. In thu sixth Inning a fan
hurled a torrent of abtixe at "Roxy"
Middleton, who was conversing with
the wife of Manuger Hill Hodgers and
"Jtoiy'' secured a bat and charged up
fie iir.'iudstaiiil. He was restrained by
uverul players. The fan was ejected
ftoin the park amidst Jeers.
isk'i hvk Tvniu;ii.s.
SALT LAKE CITY, June 2 (A.
P.) Sun FrancUco used five pitcher
yesterday nfiernoon in an attempt to
stay the Bee but tho effort availed
them nothing. Halt Lake winning 14 to
. The loculs hit Scott freely In the
early Innings .and continued on
Crumpler und MrQimlil. Thursday
was driven 1o cover in the seventh
and Swum held the visitors harmless
Klllson. S'lKlIn and Cravat h hit home
run. Swartz doubled with the bases
lull In the eighth.
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LOS A.VOKLK8. June 2. (A, P.)
los Angeles defeated Vernon.' t to 5.
The Angels took the lead In the sec
ond and in the sixth clinched victory
by making three runs on two slnsles
and two triplets. The Tigers rallied In
the seventh but could not overcome
the Angels' Icud. Nienoff and Kllle-f'-r
wire thrown out of tho game for
disputing with the umpire.
OAKS IlK.VF m'.WKRS.
PAX KHANCI8t, Jirtie 2. (A. p.)
Airtight pitching by Allen In all hut
tho first Inning, when Porllund scored
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
, Now is the time to start can
ning. We are well stocked
with Jars, Caps, Rinps, in fact
every thing to make the season
complete. " . '
rhonc 435 At the Sign of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It" '
Reliable mechanical attention given to your Ford
means more service from your car and Ichs cost in its
operation, Let us take care of your car. We have
the mechanics who know how and use only the genu
ine Ford materials and only ask the fixed, standard,
Ford factory prices. As you value the use of your
Ford sec that it is kept mechanically right.
JACK CIIILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
SERVICE' Pendleton, Ore.
W'l i W-
Back of the Zerolene you buy for your
engine are the combined resources, expe
rience, knowledge and equipment of the
Standard Oil Company. They create an
efficiency in the manufacture of fine lubri
cants hard to duplicate elsewhere ip the
You gain this advantage in thf use of
Our Board of Lubrication Engineers
recommends the grade ol'Zerolene to meet
the requirement of your type of engine.
Fellow their recommendations as embod
ied in the Zerolene Correct Lubrication
Ask for a Chart for your car.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
, (California) "
grade for eaclt tjpz of engine
This past week. May 21 to it, was Forest Protection
week. Kveryhody should try to make each week FontST
Look out for the spark and tiny flanm, no matter who
starts It. which would spoil our HUNTING, FI8I1INO and
Watch your camp f ire
Build it on bare dirt
Scrape the leaves away from
Put it out before you leave
Bury it! Be sure it is out!
Protect the forests, they are valuable.
Protect your valuables by renting a SAFE DEPOSIT
I30X In our vault. .
a Inland Empire Bank
Alcniber of tlic Federal Itesene Sjstcra.
Inn rims enaliicd Oakland to win
from the Pesvers yesterday." 5 to 3.
I'he Oaks tied ihe fcore In the fourth "my hopes are not very bright that
nnlng and put across their two win-1 the short manner of greeting will
In;; liilltes In the seventh. Cooper, prove a success In my ocuntry."
Mh'i made firt on Poole's fumble
W'tPiins on Wllie'a double and Wille
oln;; home on (.ulsto's two-base
ou.ish to rlKlit. After the first Inning,
but two hits were gathered off Alteu.
from beginning to end. ,. , Mr. and Mrs. Cliaiies May and dau-
"N'o," concluded liaron ftornenilzza, !ghter Erma were In the cltv from
Weston Mountain Tuesday.
Cass Cannon and Henry Itarrett
were in Pendleton Tuesday on busi
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Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices--East
Oregonian Printing Department.
IU rAPK8T, June 2. (A. P.)
Sympathy for Klik'land has always
been very stroiiK In Hungary but the
laM two years it has been upproach-
ing ungloplioliia. Attempts have lur asked that they be printed In the
been made lately to transplant tn Congressional Record to show the
luncary the conventionalities of i "contrast." He also urged that Mr.
INTERPRETED TO BE
'REBUKE' TO HARVEY
WASHINGTON. June 2 (A. P.)
President Harding's utterances at I'o
liick, Va., Sunday arid his memorial
day address yesterday were interpret
ed In the senate today by Senator Mc
Kellar democrat, Tennessee, as a "re
buke" to Ambassador Harvey for h:s
address at the Pilgrim society dinner
. Drawing what he termed a "deadly
parallel'' of the remarks of the presi
dent and Mr. Harvey, Senator McKcl-
A "league for the Propagation of
Urltish Etiquet," has been formed,
which Is trying to reform some modes
of Hungarian Intercourse.
The league first concentrated its cf-j
forts to abolish the customary shak
ing of hands and long conversation In
evitably following the casual meeting
of two persons and to replace it by a
simple ''How do you do?" With this
object the members of the league arei
strolling the whole day along the
streets. earning for opportunities to
instruct the public in the new way of
greeting and 'parting.
When any unsuspecting friend.
with the smiling anticipation of a
conversation on his face, mars the
anglo-maniac. stretching out both his
hands warmly, the member of the
league stiffly bows his head, cries
'How do you do?" and hurrle away
before the thunder-struck Individual
has time to recover.
'We have done our best for the in
troduction of this good old English
manner of greeting, but with little re
sult," stated liirron John Horncmlzza.
president of the league. "Somehow
short greetings do not agree with our
society. I just met a friend and when
passing him, I said the new 'How do
"Would you believe that that man
Stopped me, clung to my coat sleeve
and with wet eyes expressed his grat
itude for my Interest In his personal
welfare and entered into a detailed
of our league approached, and unusus
dcscrfptlon of his ill health.
"At that moment, unotner member
picious of any harm said his cheerful
'How do you do." I escaped, leaving
the Hungarian dinging o my col
league's sleeve, reciting the same tale
Harvey be recalled.
Senator McKcllar declared that por
tions of the Harvey speech constituted
a libel on the American government
and -every patriotic citizen.
STEAMER IS DAMAGED
SLIGHTLY BY BLAZE
HOHOKEN. N". J June 2. A small
fire of unknown . origin last night
slightly damaged the steamship
George Washington, which twice car
ried former President Wilson to
France and back. The steamer IS In
drydock here undergoing repairs. The
blaze which broke out on the hurri
cane deck, was extinguished in less
than an hour after Its discovery. Dry
dock officials said the damage could
be repaired within two days.
ATHENA PEOPLE ENJOY
Will McCorkle and son Warner werejs
in the city from Heed and Hawlev'2
Mountain Tuesday. j S
Miss Ethcd Hodgcn who Is teach-!
ing school near L'mapine spent the I
weekend with her parents, .Mr. audi
Mrs. Lou Hodgen.
M. Johnson is visiting in
Henry Booher was in the city Wed
nesday from Weston Mountain.
Mrs. Lola Paine of Adams was in
Athena Wednesday. '
William Holson and O. H. Recder
were visitors in Pendleton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom DcFreece were
in the city from Walla Walla Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I fancy were
Pendleton visitors Saturduy.
Simon Finster who has been visit?
ins Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson has re
turned to his home at Salem.
I THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER ,
r CLEAN AND UNIFORM ...
CltESTON, n. C, June 2 (A. P.)
Three quarters of the 100 farms in the
Lister soldier settlement area, popu
lated entirely by veterans of the late
war, will be producing before the end
of the present season, It is expected.
Each soldier has a 20-acre farm and
on most of them five acres have been
cleared and Is ready for seed. On
each Is a house built, to the design of
.WUIiAYK i.ILGK LATEST
LONDON, Juno 2. (A. P.) The
first airplane gnrage for the use of th
air tourist has mndo its debut in h Lon
don suburb. It is equipped with (i
Mtaff of skilled mechanics under quali
fied ground engineers and advertises
to make repairs "while you wait."
(East Oregonian Special)
..ATHENA, June S. Among the
Athena people who were at lliUhUui
Springs Sunday were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Floyd Plnkcrton, Mr. and Mrs. Jialph
Cannon and Mr. und Mrs. Flint Johns.
Mrs. William Wlnship and daugh
ters Mildred and Audrn have gone to
Salem where they will join Mr. Win
ship and reside.
Mrs. l.illa Kirk was a vis'tor In
School for Cheer Leaders
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James H. Scott, former theer leader Of uie umvereuy w tuarar,,
baa organised a school for cheer lM4er. He's In business In Pittsburg
and on the side trains eollew students. 8cott sy a cheer leader ia t
necessary and important part of -oolleje ports.
So easy to drop Cigarette,1
Cigar, or Chewing habit
No-To-Bac has helped thousands to
break tho costly, nerve-shattering to
bacco habit. Whenever you havo a
longing for a smoke or chew. Just
place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet In
your mouth Instead. All desire slops.
Shortly the habit Is completely broken,
and you arc better off mentally, phy
sically, financially. It's so easy, sn
simple. Get a box of No-To-P.ao and
if It doesn't release you from all crav
Ing for toUicco In any form, your
druggist will refund your money with
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To catch fish you must use the right kind of tackle?
When you buy tackle from me that is the'stamp
Fishing- Tackle Man
Try our hand made Fly Hooks.
Hotel Pendleton Bldg.
Look for the Fish Phone G4C
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Crisco I1, lbs. 40c; 3 lbs. 70c; 6 lbs. $1.23
Wessons Oil pint 33c; quart 63c; gal. $1.20
Olympic Pancake Flour, large pkg., 3 for ..$1.00
Tomatoes, 2 cans 23c
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Carnation Milk, 7 cans $1.00
Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 93c