East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 12, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Image 10

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    HEAD THE EAST OREGONIAN SPORT PAGE 'AND RECEIVE THE NEWS THAT IS FURNISHED BY THREE SERVICES, A. P., U, P. AND I. N. S.
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12. 1921.
PITCHERS REFUSE TO
THROW GOOD BALLS
TO HOMERUN HITTER
. T!y HEX n Y U FAItItKI.1,
(Fnlted I'rexH Hlnff Correspondent.)
NKW YOltK, A lift. 12. Babe Ituth
should be able to brenk IiIk 192 home-
run record this season, but If he does
manatter of Hi Ttrnwns, lifter the
(tame, thrown llht on what the Ham
hlno In up against.
"Sure, I ordered him passed," Fnhl
on a club where team-play, above
everything else, is demanded by the
management. Ituth fc-oes to the plate
with a standing" order to hIiik. Kelly
nan to do Just what John MViiraw
tells him to do. If the situation calln
for a sacrifice, Kelly ban to lay one
down. If a Inn- fly Ih needed, he hnx
to deliver. F.xeept in cases where he
in first up, or where there are two
down and none on, he seldom nets a
ehanee to take n Rood swing at the
ball.
The ninnt club owners npparenl'y
I believe that the (flory of a "nnani
I and the money resulting from a
world's series mean more to the teair
jthun the money that would result
from un exploitation of home-run hit ¬
ting.
Talk' and Waltz
SMALL WILL STRIKE AT
.. -.i. inn. get me credit that the feat (Rives fhnt. fellow a chance to hit In
"""vh. L tight place." '
Jlerause he ban done bo much in With runners on bases n a close
mnkinif long distance, hitting records, game, Ruth usually gets four served
tho fans expect It of him, If be I up to him that he couldn't reach will,
should muke seventy homers this year, ;a fence pom. Home pitchers know
ihe fans will accept it with a "Well, jlng the Itabe's propensity to slam the
he ought to. He's the greatest hitter Mind nnn . unit nu n,. ,.,.
?i . lalmnst to the extremity of rolling
Outsld" of the fortunate few who 'them down like a bowling ball,
have a chance to sit In most of tho Thin In huge part explalnn win
liume.i in which the Bubo perform, it i Iluth hasn't run nwnv from his 19i'n
In not realized what n real greatness record. 11 wan only fa.'r to assume"
It requires In the king nwatter to get early In the season, when batters of
ii home run. , nn occasional BBe caliber were
1 osnensed of a good eye and a strong jknocking'the ball out of the lot wltb
pnir o. arniB or nhouldern. it In no 'great regularity, that ftuth would get
: r' " ""' ""' tnjnbout sevenly-flve this year. How- ebnwng are attempting to ruin him.
' 1".' . heP."i; '"r'lnlly In lever, at the first of Augunt he wan Small making nrri.ngemenlH to ex-
------ .. ... ,r .,j uiul, jlml ,!, evt, , ,ne ronn( (
The majority of home runs result 92(
from a crack at a good ball in the ,any of the fans are Irving to fig.
groove. Ttiilh, however, seldom gels re why (leorge Kellv. the filnnt first
a nwln nt a good hall. He had to get baseman w ho ainriort r.i iik h -..
hold of tho bad one, and therein lieslgoing to' push Ruth for the 'season's 'ml,!, GITS K VOIUM.F, flF.POltT.
hln greatness. honorBi flzze(1 j WAf(HIxnTOX Allc. ,,.(A. p.,
... . laiiMfe-iirnwn series: It Is not hard to explain. Kelly was
Hutn wan passed twice bv Urban not n fiui, u v.-., ,h ..i.m,.. ,
Kh, ft.... ... . .. . ' """ "'
. ... . .. j inn u, course, in not nmg come
unusuni nut the comment of I,ee l-ohl
Lew Tendler to Meet Champion
for Eight Round Battle to i
Try to Wrest Away Honors.1
RpmxoFiEi.D, Aug. is nr. P.)
(iovernor Hmall, indicted under em
bezzling charge, is preparing through
his attorneys to strike back at the
'character assassins," whom he is
hlbil to the "public view all
Ifications of the protected
crime( supplementary to ni;
Hon," he stated.
Tie rami-'
.co and
..rosecu-
The JlcNary agricultural relief bill
with amendments, has been favorably
great home-run hitter, not as reported bv the honre hanking com-
great perhaps, as Ruth. Kelly plays mitte. An early aet.'on is urued.
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QUALITY
SERVICE
SANITATION
Saturday Specials
Prime Steer Beef A-l Quality
BOILING BEEF 05c
BEEF STEW 05c
POT ROAST 12V2c
CROSS RIB ROAST 18c
T
CHUCK STEAK 20c
ROUND STEAK 25c
SIRLOIN STEAK 28c
PORTER HOUSE STEAK 28c
MILK FED SPRING LAMB
-Lnmb .Stew ... 10c Leg of Lamb : 25c
Lamb Roast 20c English Lamb Chops 25c
Lamb Steak 20c Frenched Lamb Chops 25c
POULTRY
Spring Frie Roasting Chicken
FISH
SALMON, HALIBUT SALMON TROUT
$1.50 Crate
$1.00
GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS
Crawford Peaches $1.50 Crate Tomatoes
Blackberries $2.25 Crate Concord Grapes
ELSilif iJL$2 .4 CANTALOUPES
Extra Fancy Large Ones
Standard Crates. 36s, 45 size $2.90 per crate
Flat crates," 12-16 size $1.25 per crate
Watermelon on ice 2 L2c pound
Huckleberries, Green Corn, Beans, Tomatoes, Celery, Lettuce, Cucumbers, Green
Peppers, Radishes,' Turnips, Beets, Carrots, Sweet Potatoes.
PENDLETON
TRADING CO.
If it's on the market we have it.
At the Sign of Service
PH1I,ADKI.1'1IIA, Aug. 12. II. .V.
S.) Henny Leonard, world's light-
j weight champion, will defend his title
j here tonight against Lew Tendler,
I'liilarielphla's left-handed fighter in j
Ian eight-round bout. i
j( Thin match, which has been two j
years in the making, promise to be
' ihe outstanding lightweight battle of j
the year, and it is expected to attract i
a crowd of more than 25, nan specta
tors. Follower of the Champion, who !
have been accustomed to seeing him In '
victory, can see nothing but a Ion- ;
ard victory, but the Quakertown as
pirant to the title has a legion of fol- i
lowers here who have backed up his I
f hances of defeating the title holder. ;
The Tendler faction Insists that !i21
is a year In which a number of cham- j
toons are slated to meet their Water- i
loos, an point to Joe Lynch ami j
Johnny Wilson as examples. j
Tendler is the only outstanding I
lightweight contender in the country i
v ho has not fought Jeonard. He has j
a brilliant record as a prolific puncher i
having disposed of a number of boxers ,
who stayed the limit with Leonard, j
Among Tendler's victiniR are Stanley
I V oakum. Chic Pimler and Frankie ral
I lahan, none of whom could stay the
limit with him but each of whom
i boxed the full route with Leonard.
Uoth Leonard and Tendler .have out- '
; pointed some of the bent lightweights
I of the time, including Rocky Kansas. 1
' Johnny Dundee and Joe Welling, the'
j lost named having been knocked out !
j by Leonard also.
; I'p to tonight's bout Leonard's vic
i tries over Richie Mitchell and Rocky
Kansas have been his outstanding
flchts since the first of the year. He
i has wop every important fight since
i Xew Year's Day via the "kayo" route
'and his hackers predict lhat he will
! knock, Tendler out. The Philadelphia
I battler, however, possesses a knnck
j out punch himself and despite two
j i peratlons on his hands. In one of
I which he had the third fituter of his
'k ft hand amputated at the first joint KVv..and
I he claims Uiat Jlis fjshtinfj "tools;' are as-iuijrt
t as ood as ever. Roth havine trained i Louis
I cllitrently for this bout they will enter H 'droit .
the ring in perfect condition.
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815 MAIN
PHONE 600
MILK FED
V
Springers and Hens
Quality Meats
The toddle and other "flipshod"
dances are passing out In lav or of
stately steps. Here are Arthur and
Gertrude Kretlow demonstrating the
new "Conversation Waltz" at. the an
nual convention of the American Na
tional Association of Masters of Dan
cing in New i'ort.
it:
BASEBALL SUMMARY
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StaiuLiU's
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. . .-) 43
atioua
Piltshnrjr . . .
New York . .
Boston
Brooklyn . . .
St. Louis . . .
t'incinnati . .
Chicago
Philadelphia
American Irtsm' Stand nts
York
47
4-1
31
lil
.657
.67
.r,74
.;,2S
".509
.435
.4U1I
.301
TARIS. Aug. 12. (L X. S.) In
anticipation that the rtnal returns oi
the March census will show a notable
decrease in the population of France,
I Deputy Georges l'.onnefous proposes
jto ask parliament to reduce the num
ber of deputies at the next genera!
election, due to be held in JS24. by
'ninety-five seats.
Including representatives from Al
sace and Lorraine and French colo
nies, the last election of November
191. sent til 'i deputies to parliament.
M. liunofous also suKffests that no
hve-elections be held between now
land the peneral elections of 1924 un
less a constituency loses all its repre
j s'ntatives. either through death or
resignation or anv other cause which
would keep them away from tb
chamber of deputien.
The net figures for the population
of France will shortly be at hand and
those already known, especially In
the case of larger towns, a consider
able decrease has been shown, except
posibly In the case of Marseilles. Th
population of Paris is much lower
than in 1911, though on the other
hand the suburbs which . in France
! figure as separate communes show a
notable increase. ; .
BAVKKU IS ROBBED "
DR. MOIXES, Aug. 12. (I. ft, S.)
Manager Coppock, of the Capitol
City Rank, was held up by four motor
bandits and robbed of 000 cash. The
robbery occurred less than two blocks
from the police headquarters.
YFSSFJ, IS TOTAIi IOSS
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12 A. P.)
The Pacific mail steamer San Jose
which was grounded off the Mexican
rosnt, will be a total loss the officials,
sav. L'
! New
n
. Bcston
U'biiatM
li'hibidlphla
I Pacific Coast
: Sa - Francisco
Icratueuto
OT! On Ha .it' 7 i -
j ; Los Anne'es 4!l .-h
! Wi noii lis 2
;Si!t Lake
Pur'laiol
WASHINGTON, Aus 12 (I. N. S.) ;
Some of the Americans who are be- :
lieved to hae been detained in Russia ,
are .apparently lost, according to state
('.epartment advices. The department !
has a list of all Americans who are !
believed to be detained in Russia, but j
the soviet authorities have stated that
some of them had no identification J
cards and it bas been Impossible for ,
(he soviet authorities to locate them.
American- Arc Prisoners .
RIGA, Auk. 12. U'. I'i Charles
Crane, former minister to China, told
the I'nited Press that practically all
the Americans now In Russia are vir
tually prisoners. Crane declared the (
I'nited States should insist on the safe
conduct of all Americans frm Russia.
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At itilc 3. Salt Like 4.
Al S:.u Francisc" 1. Los Angeles 1.
At Lis Angeles, Oakland 4, Vernon
1.
Southern .ociation Results.
".'. oilcans 2. Little Rock 3.
.Moldle e, .Memphis 7.
A'.: la Hirmingham 5.
( 'ha 1 1 a in town -Nashville, schedule re
ad j -;t . cut.
Western Is'iiguc Kcsulis,
i ':. : I. a 3. St. Joseph 2.
( I. lalioma city 6. .Toplin 7.
lies .Moines S. Sioux City 1.
ichita Vulsa 4.
Amor an Axicialion Results.
Kansas City 12. St. Paul '2.
Ail oilier names postponed, rain.
Curzon's Latest Photo
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wo offer. We are Retting a few Ford cars and the first come,
first to receive delivery.
Have ymi thought about that Sedan or Coupe for this fall and
wlnterT They are mighty comfortable and coy when the wind
blows and the rain Is falling. Fume in and look them over and
(dace your order in advance so that we can be sure of ordering
uuugh to go around. This will he the closed car year.
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the central Hum es in the world-famous controversy that followed bis
o-der barring Lord Norlhcltfte s pajvis from Ihe British forriifn oflli-e.
Northcllffe hid printed an editorial attacking Curznn and Lloyd Cleoree.
jhis picture vm taken at the unellUis of ilie statuo.of KiiK EdwtuA
We have a large assortment of the best grade put
up in 1 pound jars. Your choice, 50c
KINDS
Strawberrv, Raspberry. Blackberry, Teach,
I iutti Jamin. Red C herry. Logan Berry.
!) cans Carnation Milk $1.00
8 cans Pork and Beans $1.00
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