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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1916)
tiii: heni) ni'Li.imx, bend, ore., Wednesday, jcxe 21. into.
I Is the better team by three to one,
Lrt 1 1 irt iin 1 is the better team uy tnre
fliC U The Line t
I I UN D I I r Sunday's lineup was r.i
UsiU Ul 1 Bend AB R H
LOSES II NINTHS
PRINEVILLE TAKES 7-3
Itcml Jumped Into Lend Jh the 8th
I n ii I ii if, lint Visitors Slut t Willi I-
w ImiI Hull) In lite Ninth. Scuiimt
l'ho Run and Will. ("nine.
That proverbial Jinx Juit stuck
around the diamond on Sunday and
made himself to conspicuous that
Princvllle walked away with a 7 to
3 victory against Bend a(tr the homo
tonm Jumped Into tht lead In the
aighth inning with ioino of the keen
est bate ball that the Hand fans ever
watohed on the local diamond.
The ninth tuning fiend aloata gave
tho l'rlnevilllans an opportunity to
aruat the Read liordcr on foot.
Prinevilla gave the borae hide pel
let an awful pounding Just after
, Stover, 2I
Plow, 3b . .
steldl, lb .
Steele, If . .
McCall, If . . S
Bowman, rf 4
Hate, m . . .5
Bfcriten, ll .4
Bothtell. 3t 6
Lis tor, c
Van oy, of
Clark, t .
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Hiimnmry of flame.
Batteries- Bend Telherow nnd
O'Donnell. I'rlnevllle Clr.rk and
Lister. Hots on Clrrk. S; hits off
Tetherow, 9, Struck out. by Tether
ow, C; Clark. 6 Hit by pitched U..1I
ty Totherow, 2. by Clark 4. lilt
Bead: Horton. Kulp, Stover and
Btcfdl; I'rlnevllle. McCall, Bo man
Ketee. Burdon. Bechtell, Kill. Lis-
Roofing of nil kinds, Repairing;
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
A PIPE of VELVET is like a good
a- watch-dog. It welcomes fren'ly
thoughts an' scares off -,
unfren'Iy ones. Qfctv&tT
WAITI.(i roi: Ti:itl! COTT
Although work his ceased en
ter, Dobr-. (Mark. Wnlka, oX Tether- ne of the new Oential Oregon
ow. one; eft Clark, one. ' "tiding nt the corner of Wall t
Vims. m the (nine. Oregon streets the prepnra.Io.
Stover moiled and hooted a fly Count that bam Mil game I--at '""'r'' ,or h l1'"" ft0'.
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in the Melder s eyes.
For a chantfe. take home the
attractive Moire package
This Ad is
The nciv JKWTMIV Hi in th.n i.
I to occupy the .MUTIO 11111.1)1X0 on
OlUXiOX STIIEET lll filo In ptlzcs
u 81. ".(ID (IOMI WATCH to the my
liilnalni; In tlio ki cutest nuiiibrr of
mU to (ho sloio on opening day, ns0
in SI.1.01) (IOMI WATCH to the uM
lillli!.'"! fjrcaicsi iiuuioei' oi nils to
the .iie on ilpenliiK day. Haie theo
ads as they will bo nliialilo about
August 1ft, the ilate of opening of tho
xi;w .inwi'Mtv stohi ix tiii:
Reed & Horton
WHAT rS ?
on the second hate line.
you will bear with a llt.le retrospec
tion it happened Itko this: Yancy
popped a little fly In Stover's direc
tion. 8to?r insisted In playing
fool ball with the spheroid, hence
tho error recorded against him be
low; Clark walked: McCr.ll. who had
undergone several emlierasaruents at
the hands of Tethrio, drove a clean
lilt nut In the Kulp-Hudson vlclnlt)
and the sun bolng' low. the ball was
oolliwei) by old Sol and Kulp lost It:
ltouman. who In the sixth In-line had
pounded out a double, struck out:
Hate began the one ring rlrcua lth
a eloon single, (coring Yancy. Nor
ton iMtotml Hurdon's fast grounder
and Clark came home; McCall scored
on Johnson's orthro to O'Donnell.
Ham Kills, who had not seen first
lmno the Hiitfre game as thought to
be of little danger, but to the con
trary, ho lifted high tly to center
field, ceorltiK both Burdon and Kotee.
Just this little sequence of event
was disastrous to Bend to the ex
tent of Iho scored for I'rlnavllle on
two hits, nnd three errors by Bend.
Tin) (i'hm Hall lo Ninth.
Up until the ninth Inning the fsn-wt-ro
getting a taste of good base
ball from both aggregations. I'rlne
lllo did not hit until the third In
ning and up until the seventh hnd
not reeord more than one' hit to
tho Inning. Horton was the first
Hnndlto to touch Clark for n single
and only throe others connected mif-
llaluntly with the ball to be put In;
A little more nop a-ound the
Bend lint sack would tnrke th.ngs
took a little better In tb "asslst
column. Stover hm bit surprlied when he
pulled hl mitt In and found tbnt he
lad grabbed off Lister's hot rising
liner going in the direction of La
1'lne with Zeppelin speed.
Ustor flgbt-- all the time. He
fc tight for every foul ball thrt vas
tipped from a Bend bet.
Old Sol had loto of fun fooling
the llepd ottfl Id.
Vh not start the games In Bend
at 2 o'clock Instead or 3 o'clock
Quite a sum of lucre went to the
Prlnevllle Itching palms.
The band selections were most ap
preciated -and ad dud a little lest
whore base bill didn't, especially in
the ninth Inning.
Tho color of the grandstend roof
(red) had a fighting effect upon the
One might think that one was In
a hnmmor factory the a the knock
ers In the grand stand made their
There at a noticeable abeence of
fanottoa. Baac ball Is a clean game
ftnd good, wholesome recreation and
the ladles' presence Is desired.
Ten I'rlncvlllo rooters can display
more spirit and make more noltc
when their team Is In a pinch than
n whole roglmont of Bond supporters.
(lames now stand: Prlnevlllo, S:
Bend B. Bend. 4. I'rlnevllle. 3; I'rlne
rence, who was here last week
the building itself will soon l"
dcr construction. The terra i
hich will cover the outside of
building, has to be manufacture
pecUtlly from tlw completed i
This manufactu-e haa been golii
for soveral weeks now. and as
rs completed, work on the bui
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Oregon Trunk Ry.
Central Oregon Line
thu same class lle hits Is all thnt x,u 4 ii.m.i a irinnvilt. 7. Bund
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liiarx uas against mm in tins game. .3 who's next?
it wuh not mat rethurow was not
working well that the gamo wus not
won. He did work In line shape.
Wm u-JII l-ai'n nna nt nur lifutt nl
but the support given him as about i.no tullerg n,j KOdera repair men
the iKMtrest that Bend has displayed h p,,i f0r R (ew daye. l-ove ord-
thkit year. Klgbt errors, three of j (r at Johnson building. Ellen) Mil
which came from Clow on third, tellin'.c House. 1 .
much of the story and three In the
ninth spelled disaster to the Bond
bntHi ball ship Just when Bend
lfrakmi He though It was routing Into
lie own after Kulp hit a hot ground
er down the renter Meld for n two
taagger scoring Horton and Telher
ow, did the h mash up ronte about.
Kulp wm the first to score for Bend.
He was hit by a pitched hall In the
teeHtk and was scored on Super's
I'rlni'xlllc U Stronger.
NOKTH I'OUTLANl). June 19.
Cottb- receipts fairly heavy although
not as heavy as last Monday, about
11 on head being on the market. Qual
ity In the main was anything but
choice (lood steers were steady with
best (elllng at $ 2" Callfornlas
brought $S on dow 1 for rather In
ferior offerings except for well fin
ished cattle the market was slow.
Xearl) 1,000 hogs caw a higher mar
I'rlnevllle played better ball all the 1, today. Tops were again at t-8.28
way through than Bend Only two with i.ulk going a gojd nlekel to n
errors against eight for Bend, help dime higher than Irst week's close,
bear out this statement. The lneld Market closing strong There was a
wwk was better, and good outdeld-j tn auMtlie run of sheep today
tag was almost unneceaarry, for Mend a,,,, 3i0go head The nwurkot was
did not hit up to etandard. Clark's m,t -,maK, i.amiis sold stecdr but
(MiogrtM or better curve was a fool- othr B01U, r rwRk, ij,mb are
er. He fcta no steam to apes of. but qttotwi n to . for beet nudity,
the Hendttea could not couuect "at , - , r , ,
the ed of the rainbow.-' Utter, be
hind the tsU, plays baseball Must j
M plays football an tno tune
hard and faat and there were few
steals on his peg Mates, on short
la tho beat Juvenile shirt stop that
ear set his tiedala In a cleat ed shoe
M the local diamond
Hardon. out of ate position at nrt
alased good ball, getting 1 1 put out
The Prinwllle lafteld plr.ya faat lail
but It la not to be questioned that tn
eoa Instances about the second b.
a Utile white wcahlnc U needed 1
tor thla opinion ran be mr.de to rv
r the eattre Infield. The tactics 1
mila. on aevond. are far front bem
ahavo ropiuarh and a little phu
bawl ot t the umplro yuatert .v
votthi have beaa Justified. Other -Um
tMaevlllo lafteld haa It oa Ho i
WeHkiirt Sbrtuii I'p.
aaadar'a fame displayed t
Read la woefully lachlag In the n
wsmu of Inside base ball. This o
a wMk turnout certainly la not 1
dueUra of a winning br.se ball te
CHinstsaeacy Is larking, as is g
toasn work. Prlnevllle plava har.i
t-gataat Uend than anv other team
Coalral Oregon and the weekae -of
the local orgaaUatlon are she
up with these two town learn con
tost. One fan In the stand yesterdax
wtld: "Lets get together and pln
a little 1mm ball and a little action
between battles will do It
By Suada) s victory rriaeville
Many Women Xeed Help.
Women are as much Incline.! to
kidney trouble as are men, but to-
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that n certain amount of pain and
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Wedding rings mode to
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time In our own shop.
Have your old gold mndo
Into n new stylo ring for
n small cost.
Myron H. Symons
The Miuiiifncturlnjj Jeweler
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C P Nlswongcr tho Be"d under taker has recenllv pu commlsslen a new auto hearse shown In the
cit a-ove Tho hearse body was ma de la Bend and fitted to a new auto chassis, thus providing a completely
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for a business or professional purpose will have an opportunity
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