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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1921.
FINE THING-FOR THE
Bill Haines May be Retained
But System of Rowing is
to Undergo Some Revision.
CAMnniDUE, Muhh., July 0 ( r.
N H.) llorvard may not let Hill
Haines, head coach of the varsity
crew, seek other waters for thin work
next year, but that there will he an ef
fort to change the system of rowing nt
Cambridge soph without Buying. Th
teverse at the pnt two seasons have
not been received any too graciously,
despite the fact that Tale was beaten
lHt year. The Crimson had a crew
this year and last that only succeeded
In winning one of the abort diHtanee
races It took part In.
ti rltiK the past week It looked as If
Harvard and Yale met at Xew Ijondon
to determine which crew ' the
worst in the country, both having heen
beaten a number of times, and Har
vard come out of the argument see
' nnd best. It Isn't at all pleasing that
Harvard men should have to concede
their expensively developed crew the
poorest In the country. So for that
reason those most Interested will net
together within a few months to out
line a programme for a reorganization
of Harvard rowing.
Harvard stroke, llnmiorl
In 1920 the powers that be decided
I' was time that a typical Harvard
stroke should be developed. They
didn't stop to think of it being a losin-j
stroke and Invited the best minds of
the crew alumni as well as the couch
ing staff to evolve a rowing system
that could he successfully copied hy
other colleges as well as schools which
stood In need of a good stroke.
Dr. Paul Wlthlngton, famous Har
vard all-urnund uthleto, was largely
responsible for n series of meetings
where anybody who had something to
say about rowing was asked to speak
his mind freely. Captain Whitman, of
the 1919 crew, Iithrnp Wlthlngton
and others accepted the Invitation, and
r stroke was evolved which was ex
peeted to sweep the other college
crews into oblivion.
I!lit Its very first test proved a fall
lire, lurgeiy because the Naval Acad
emy crew which wos engaged at An
napolis proved a world champion com.
blnatlon. Princeton also beat Harvard
varsity -a triangular ruc In which
Pennsylvania, however, was forced In
to third place. The Cornell crew cams
along nnd gave Coach Haines dar-.
lings a nice little slup on Lake Cur-1
nogie, but all was forgotten when thel
Crimson put over a fine victory on
Yale over the four-mile course. Hut nil i
talk of exploiting the expected victo- j
rioiw Harvard stroke fell flat for thej
simple reason mere was no iiiiihuh
fctroke; the men rather swung a J
"tramp" oar after the racing season j
was well under way. I
Harvard's rowing management con-:
tends that it is too much to expect a j
crew to row short races nil season and
then Jump out Into a four-mile brush
at three week's notice, although they
were successful last year nxtilnst the!
Ells. However, an effort was made,
before the present rowini? season to get
Annapolis to agree to a three-mile
race, thus affording the Harvard oars
men a chance to make the race with
Yale a true climax by Inking each race
on at a different distance, starting
with the Henley course, until the crew
would be at the peak of its form and
ready for four miles by the time of the
Annapolis, however, objected, nnd
consented only to a two-mile race,
v.hich was arranged in conjunction
with I'rlnceton nt Luke Carnegie. Har-
vard finished a poor third, and also I
lost to Cornell. They did manage to !
beat Massachusetts Institute of Teehj
nology, but the defeat by Yale, while i
it only was by Inches, nevertheless has
made graduates of the college start!
There Is no one that can be pointed ,
to ns Haines successor, should such
a change be desired. Hut the tils
Hilton may get another chance, but
unless he beats. Yale In 1922 lie is
Germany's Heroes in Civies
AFTKIl TFXXIS IIOXOHS
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6. (A. P.)
Two California tennis players. Carl
(lardiier nnd Phil Hettens. both San
Franciscans, who hold the Oregon
state doubles championship, will de
fend their title nt the OreRnn cham
pionships at Portland July 11.
Several other California players will
enter the Oregon tournament. Her
bert Suhr and Charles Stlckney already !
are in the Pacific northwest playing in i
other tourneys nnd Howard and Hoh- I
(it Klnsey, San Francisco brothers,
.d A I
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just like it -
on Richehofen, Clerman ace (left), and Oenetal Ludendoi fT met nt
Muirrii. liavajia. where ccrvuitniivii Wvi'e held tor aviators killed durmn
and William Parker, San Francisco.
may make the trip.
Phil Neer, Portland, holder of the i
Oregon state singles title, will not de- i
tend his chnmplonshlp, as he Is In the '
east playing on the Stanford I'nlverslly
team. Neer recently was elected presi-
dent of the National Intercollegiate
Pnrsengers for the Vnited States,
who miss (he boat trains running be
tween Paris and Havre, are to be taken
to nnvre- by airplane. The planes will
leave Ijh liourget two hours after the
boat trains have departed.
THE BEST TIME TO DO
is right now.
Phone 455 At the 8ign of a Service
-If It's on (he Market We Have It"
National I'agiio Standings
I W. Li.
I Pittsburg 4" 24
j New York 4 2 28
I Hoston 35 31
St. I.nuls . .36 33
Brooklyn .3-r sr.
Chicago 31 36
Cincinnati ............ .,..21- 41 OSS
Philadelphia 20 4 7 .2!i'i
American Ixagne standings
Cleveland 4S 26
New York 46 27
Washington 41 36
Detroit 37 3S
Hoston .32 39
St. Iiuls 32 43
Philadelphia 30 43
Chicago 29 4 2
. 4 il S
(Hy I. X. S.) .
W. U Prt.
San Francisco 60
Seattle 5 2 37
Sacramento 53 39
I.os Angeles 47 40
Oakland 47 4 1
Vernon 4 5 4 8
Salt Lake . .' '. . . 33 54
Portland 20 65
At I.os Angeles 4, Vernon 1.
At San Francisco 3, Oakland 2
OX t:0S STALE.
How many times have you seen a
f:iihter lose through overtraining ?
Think it over. Think of all the
champs and hums you have seen fight.
Can you rcaliy remember more than
""Then why is fl you watch a'chartrp
boxing in the gym and really working
about forty minutes a day you inti
mate that he might overtrain?
Host of them never work hard
enoutifi each day to call it work.
When Jim Cot belt brought Tom
Cowler to America from Australia he
sent the Cumberland "man mountain"
to Doiiglaston, 1.. I., to train. Jim got
him a match against Gunboat Smith
and hired Hilly P.odenhach to triin
Corbett was awfully anxious that
Cowler should make a good showing
and, above nil things, wanted him to
be in superb shape.
Jim used to visit the joint three
484 j times a eek and then Cowler had a
37nt pretty good workout. Cornett sneak
233 ed in on a day w hen he wasn't ex-
peeted. however, and at 3:30 found
Tom asleep tin the rubbing table.
! "The 'eat is killing me, Jim.'' 'he
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At Sacramento, Portland.
At Salt lake, Seattle. No
How the Scries Stand
A t I.os Angeles 1 an me. Vernon no
game; at San Francisco 1 game. Oak
land no game.
Wherp the Teams Play Next Week
Portland versus Vernon at I.os An-
i geles, Seattle versus Oakland at San
Francisco, I,os Angeles at Salt 1-ake.
San Francisco at Sacrnmento.
Ili'aver Halting Averages
Wolfer 34 5
.3 7 4
I said. "I cawn't work.",
i Anyone at lhat moment handing
1 Mr. Corbett n new horseshoe would
j have found it in two pieces w ith teeth
I marks showing.
"Uiok at that big stiff In there dy
ing from work," piped Jim. "He's
dead. I worked six months for
Charley Mitchell, anil for the Jeffries
fight 1 boxed twenty rounds every day
for six weeks with Gus Huhlin. Cowl
cr's dead after a week.
'lie reminds me of the tramp list
ening to a pal in a box car. One tramp
said: 'Ousty. 1 got an idea for a food
machine. All ya gotta do is to make
- thev liked
GOLDEN GATE PRODUCTS
greatest ever. One of the crowd, who j
dirtn t know a shell full about base
ball, wanted to know who rode him
and who was his owner.
Yours till Niagara Falls.
Jl'NIPKH HOS8.MOHH SAl'XDEnS.
I lew's a Mean Uiy for Yon.
Dear Tad Why nol have your read
ers send in answers to a question like
this: What is the longest bout you I
Yours truly, J. H. K.
Inoks to us as though that bird
wants nil the married men to start
writing us letters.
4 I a wish, then turn tht
crank and out
oked and read
. 2 7 ''
Coleman H 1
Keene 4 0
Southern Association Hcsiilts
Atlanta 6. Mobile 5.
rilrnilnKhani 3, New Orleans l.
Uttle Hock 5. Memphis 29.
Chattanooga 6. Nashville 13.
Anicrlcan .Vsocinllon Kcsiilts
Kansas City 1. Milwaukee 6.
No other games scheduled.
Western League- llestilis
Wichita 13, Joplln 7.
Oklahoma Citv 4. Tulsa 1.
St. Joseph 7, Sioux City 6.
Omaha 9, Pes Moines 3.
. 1 S
.14 5 !
comes the food all ci
"The second tramp smacked his lips
and said: 'timid Idea, Hawkins, but
who's gonna turn the crank'.'' "
The liiiKKvnt Itystamlcr.
Pear Tail Here's one for the book:
The other ninht a bunch of us were
talking baseball In a cigar store where
most tif the chatter concerns ponies.
IIII.F.Y PI.AYS IKH'KKY
VANt'orvRR. ft. ., July 6. (A.
P.) Professional ice hockey in the
winter anil baseball in the summer
keeps Jim Riley, of Vancouver, K. C.
busy this year. Riley, w ho was sold to
the St. l.ouis Americans recently for
$5.0011 after playing only three months
with the Vancouver club of the Pacific
International Ha se ball League, plays
hockey In the winter for the Seattle
club of the Pacific Coast Hockey Asso
As a home-run hitter, Riley set a
record In fhe P-I league before he wa?
taken by St. Louis. This was his first I
year in professional baseball. Riley iv
an infielder. I
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' SKJ NK HAIR IH1I FI.1FS
TACOMA, Wash., July 6. (A. P.)
Fowls of the barnyard, birds of the inl
and animals of the forest furnish ma
terial for making Imitation flies that
fishermen use to hook trout and othe
elusive game fish.
There is located here one of the few
concerns that manufacture flies. It Is
disclosed that one of the most popular
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the hair from the tail of a skunk and
from the tall of a mountain deer,
hackle from the neck of a Rhode Is
land Red Rooster and feathers from
a white leghorn hen, a New Ouinea
hen a goose and a Missouri pigeon.
It is an art to make an imitation fly.
but experienced workers can turn out
eight doicn of them In u day.
A forty-foot vein of lead has been I
discovered In the heart of Oubuq io. I
Wr mentioned Italic Ruth and two or Iowa, one hundred sixty feet below the I
three others said that be was thecity. j
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Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew
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V-B CU is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
Karo Syrup, Blue, 'z gallon 45c
Karo Syrup, Blue, 1 gallon 85c
Breakfast Bell Syrup, r2 gallon SOc
Breakfast Bell Syrup, 1 gallon $1.50
Schillings Best Coffee, 2'i lbs $1.00
Schillings Best Coffee, 5 lbs $2.00
Crisco 1 1 lbs. 40c, 3 lbs. 63c, G lbs. $1.20
Wesson Oil 35c, 65c and $1.20
Head Rice, 12 lbs
Small White Beans, 14 lbs.
Calumet Baking Powder, 2'i lbs.
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Sugar, 12 lbs.
Carnation and Borden Milk, S cans . ,