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" DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1921. ' -
OnnnTTT 11l fMlrt TI llrt ihu hud this impression for ho Ion u I mTl mi II KT1 1 Ihr ni mil I rprr - Immmmmmmmmmmmmm ' I"---, "" 1
. KKN WflHN rflN thm he went ,to his Hl.oll far- rKhN HMhN W
Joe Jcanctte Only One Who Has
Much to Scare Georges and
He is Stopped With Ease.
II Y JAMKH J. COItllKTT
(CopyrldlU, mi, hy tho International
XKW yoitK, June 24. (I. X. H.)
Attempt!) to size up Gcoikcs Carpentler
I'y the showing of any of hln Kpnirliur
Partners lire mfalr to the French
clmmplon ns I seo It. '
I noticed where the .lournce-Weln-crt
hout wan mentioned In thin con
nection but I can't 8ce for the life of
mo why Joorncc's slum-liur hIioiiIiI
have anything to do with ( 'nrpontic:'
or hlH chance,, against Jnck DonipHcy.
Carpentler can stop Journee with j
cn punch and anytime he wants to.
He simply uses the bin fellow to
rough It with him. Ho lets Journee
him hud this Impression for ho lonjf u
lime thut he went Into his shell fur
ther thun ever. That's one reason why
he. has I'onHtantly refused to show
more thun a flash of his real ability.
Yesterdu'y'H training activities were
resumed ut Manhasuct after a two-
duy layoff with the exception of load j
work which (learned did Tuesday and
Wednesday. Tho slight rest was uj
welcome one to Carp, hut with Just ten
days remaining' between now and the
date when ho will step Into the rlim at Americans
Jersey City, tho French titlcholder
will whip thliiRa up.
1 Rot the Idea of what fieorees lu
teudH to do from n remark dropped in.
advertently by Joo Jeanctte yester
day. "Ileen taldn" It easy for a couple of
day" said Jeaneite, "but (ieorsos will
Bive us plenty to do from now on."
IN HEAL' MONEY
Have Millions of
Francs to Cover Georges
Money, But Little in Sight.
(l!Y TIIK NTAFI)
sport bulletins j
I'ARIS, Juno 24. (IT. 1'.) French
men are slow to back their Curpentier
confidence with money. Several wa
gers from of six to seven thousand
fruncH that Curpentier will lose have
been taken by Frenchmen, but they
hojjl out for three to one on IJcmpsey.
Americans have millions of francs to
cover Carpenter money, hut very little
is in altiht.
c.iiiiioiiMA is si;com
roitJHKUKI'HIi:, X. Y., June 24.
(A. P.) .Specially Invited crews won I Kur,K- t
crew honors In the annual liitcrcollc
Rlato rcxatta yesterday when the t'nlt
ed States naval academy and the Uni-
entity of California rated into first
and all tho rest of hln sparring mates ""d second places, respectively In the
rammer him nbout the iin for ho
needs that kind of work.
If he didn't want Journee to hit him.
take It from me. the blir fellow would
not be able to lay n glove on George.
Joe Jeanctte Is the only one of Car-pcntlor-
sparring mates who has clues
enough to liegln to make tho Trench
battler use his ring science but you
never see this dono In Georges' public
-"iMouts, because It isn't his idea.
Carpentler feels that he has been sub
jected to a lot of unjust criticism be
en use of his system of training and ho
three-mile varsity event.' Cornell won
third place in thla event and both preliminaries.
TAK.KS II INXINUS
I.OS AM;KI.KS. June 24. (A. IM
"Wheezer" Dell's double In the
eleventh inning, scoring French, gave
Vernon a 2 to 1 victory over Sacra
mento. Dell also pitched a masterly
r.ame. but received ragged support.
Vernon had three men on' bases with
one out in the ninth, but was unable to
oiT of Tin: woods
CHICAGO. June 24. (I. N. R
Ibittebiill current popularity Is spread
ing beyond the "bush leagues and
the heart of America's
rural communities, according to ('. F.
I'randeo, Chicago traveling man and
f'.rnnds tells a game played be
tween Htevciiavllle and Jiridgman, two
little Michigan villages. Stevensvllle's
population is 308, while liridaman has
Tho attendance at the name was
If H'.ine really worth-while projects
could command the public interest and
the publicity that is afforded the coin
lug fight between Carpentler and
I'eiupscv, what a lot of real good
i ould be done.
The Anrrican legion Weekly sug
gests that tho proceeds of the figlit or
an equivalent amount might be applica
to t lie needs of the real American
fighters who were wounded in France.
And the idea is not so had us that.
Who'd yuh thlnk'll -win?
if we had any money to bet. we'd
back Dempsey, but here's hoping that
the Frenchman knocks the etcrna1
whoy out of the American who fight:
only for a big purse.
Poor old Portland!
The city of Itoscs and goose eggs.
The grand old game of horse shoes
Is gaining adherents in Pendleton
Talk of a tournament persists.
There's been a breath stirring abou'
n tennis tourney, too, but nohod?
Knows anything definite about it.
Great sports telling the newcomei
' bow hot Is was back In '82.
Keep Your Blood
Pure In Summer
Many fever epidemic &re
caused by Impurities in tha i
water supply ana are ended only
when the water is purified. Like
wise, many blood disorders such as ec
setna, tetter, pimples, boils, blackheads
and Rheumatism are caused by impuri
ties in the blood supply and can be
stopped only when these are driven out.
Enrich your blood and keep it pure by
taking S. S. S. You could have no bet
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For Special Booklet or for indi
vidual advice, without-chare,
write Chief Medical Advisor,
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SKATTLK, WhhIi., Juno . (A. P.)
fffirdncr'n nrror In the rlKhth Inning
Htartcd a fierce rally hy the Los An
KHch HluKKorn, winninif tho game
uffainst Seattle. i U 7. Niehoff, the
vlHitorH Becond baseman, knocked a
home run with two men on.
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FRUITS AND PRODUCE
Strawberries, Gooseberries, Cherries, Bananas, Oranges, Carrots, Beets
Green Onions, Lettuce, Green Peas, Rhubarb, New Potatoes, Cabbage, Cante
loupc, String Beans, Asparagus, Peaches, Apricots, Raspberries, Local Peaches
watermelons, Logan Berries, Green Peppers.
If it's on the market we have it
IS USED LEGALLY BY
ARKANSAS OIL MAN
KLDOIIADO, Ark., June IM. (I. N
S. ) lere Is the story of huw a pros
Meeting oil driller "scooped" the worli.
anions John D. and Ih now liding I'
fume on the millions of an El Domd
"gusher." It is the story of a gamble
the flint thought, quicker uction and o.
life in tiie raw.
The sicne is laid ill this old eowtowi
on the edge of Louisiana and In th
heart of the new 'boom" field. Thi
prospector is A. It. Aphel. who threat
ens to tie knots In the policies of lh
Standard Oil company in the south
western field. He is president of tin
Standard Oil company of Arkansas
but he Is nut aligned with the Kocke
Hiding Into EI Dorado on the recent
"boom," Aphel discovered that the
Arkansas corporation laws offered no
barrier to the use of the incorporated
name 4f another company. So he or-
ini.fd the S. O. of A. much to the
:uuwt of the "parent" concern.
lil Dorado only a month Itefore had
been peacefully sleeping. Humors were
beard from time to time of oil fields
.lust across the border .:n Ivouisianu.
One day a "gusher" came in and with
in twenty-four hours the town was a
hotbed of feverish prospectors. Oil
men flocked there from all parts of
the nation and some even came from
foreign climes. Its population trebled
"Some one is putting it over on the
Standard Oil." was u report circulated
one night. It was traced to Aphel and
his little band of associates. Notice
that the company was duly chartered
appeared in a Utile Itock newspaper.
Then followed a perfect maelstrom of
protest on the secretary of state's of
The Standard Oil Company of Lou
isiana stormed the secretary of state's
office with telegraphic protests. They
wei'r" told, however, they "had run in
to a stone vail." AphePs company
and its corporation were entirely leqal.
Aphel's little company with a $;,nn.mit'
capital practically dominates tho new
He is the first oil man to successful
! ly "pass the buck" to the Rockefeller
'nterosls. His future Is eagerly watch
ed by oil men all over the country.
BY HKXI1Y U FAHKKLL
(I'nlted Tress Staff Correspondent.)
NKW LONDON", Conn., June Zi.
Vale and Harvard meet here late to
lay on the Thames Hiver for their au
r ual race over the four-mile distance.
All the usual color and brilliance,
ill. the usual crowds of old grads an1
undergrads, the usual gathering of just
irdinary spectators and all the trim
mings for the usual Vale-Harvard
classic were there.
Some "disrespectful" one. with no
Harvard or Yale attachments, mingled
imong the Crimson and Hluc follow
ers, with the cynical attitude.
Some race. Two of the worst crews
m the water."
Hut they were looked upon in dis
lain by the loyal Harvard and Yale
ollowers who let it to be known tily.
"It matters not about the crews,
hey're Yale and Harvard."
One heretic floated around the elite
circles with the offer to bet that Yah?
couldn't row the distance. He was
alnily but politely ignored.
There was a lot of betting. Har
vard men will always bet on Harvard
because it is Harvard and Yale will
cover the bets because It is Yale. There
Hre no dope deductions in their water
ing. Those of the "neutrals" with a ten
dency to put up money, however, made
Harvard the favorite at 6 to U
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BENSON & WICKLAND
A biological expedition recently sail
ed from New York to South America
to explore the headwaters of the Ama
zon and seek Theodore Hoosevclt's fa
mous "river of doubt." Special search j
will be made for rare herbs and plants
' ,l,,ui,-,l l,t- ..linnncl. .,! Ihn tnorlirnl!
profession. It is expected the expedi-
tlon will be away at least two years.
OF INCOME TAX PAS
WASHINGTON, June IM. (I". I
Over l 4 7 4 . Olio, (too has been collected
ill excess profits on income taxes, the
second installment of which was pay
able June 15. The Installments total
f 600,(100 lino when all are collected, ac
cording to the treasury department.
Collections Kxivctl Five liilllou-
Tim total collections this year will
exceed t ,1. 000.0110,000, the treasury of
ficials believe, with the expenditures
running below that figure. The gov
ernment is beginning to live within its j
income for the first time in sev"-:il .
years. Tax collections so far this
month of all kinds exceed ."mi.iiuo,U'iu j
,is compared with nearly 800.0o0.0OO .
.11 June, 1H20. Customs receipts total 1
nearly $17,000,000, a million below the
I same period last year. I
I mm. nations of merchandise ami
farm products from abroad are not
falling off as a result of the enactment
of the emergency tariff law. l'anama I
canal tolls total $ J .". 0 000, or one-third j
the total for June, IVZ. This is an- ,
other indication, it is fell, of the '
world's stagnation and deprcssibn. j
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ATIIK.VS. June '2 1. (A. I1.) Indi
cations point to the acceptance by
the Creeks and Turkish nationalists In
an effort to forestall a war in Asia Minor.
T : 1
r iAnt Uardlnar hua aDDOinted
1 ir.'.u. -
Roy A. Haynea of Hillsboro. O..
chief prohibition commissioner of
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Hominy, 9 lb. Sack 4oc
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Crisco 3 lbs. (Sc. lbs. $1.20
Wessons Oil, pts. 3oc, qts. (mc, i gallon $1.20
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