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THE BEND BULLETIN, BEND, OBE., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEIt 0, 1010.
BURNS 19 ID 7
VISITORS SHOW MORE
LocrIs Held to Ono Touchdown
First Half, but Mnkc Two moro
In Second Burim 1'utN Bull
Over on Long Bun.
Bond had a harder time defeating
Burns Thanksgiving day by a score
of 10 to 7 than it did the Sunday
previous. Burns came back strong
and hard, playing both a better of
fensive and defohslvo game by SO
per cent than in tho first engage
ment. The Sngobruflhers were taBt
er, more suro in the execution of
their plays, got away for frequent
long gains, and kopt Bend on edge,
especially in tho first half, during
which Send scored only ono touch
down. Bond received the ball on tho
kfekoff, and marched it consistently
to tho 11 urn s eight-yard line, when
Burns recovered tho ball on a turn
bio nnd kicked out of danger. Bend
took tho ball up the field, and curly
in tho second quarter Bolnnd was
Rent off left tacklo on tho 10-yard
lino for n touchdown. This wnB the
only scoro in tho first half. Bend
used slightly different tactics In the
Turkey Day game, playing moro open
uud using tho pass, with which it got
away frequently for long gains.
Bond KpiHsriH Up.
In tho second half, Uend opened
with n dash, "carrying the ball all
over tho field, but In a pinch for a
tlmo It wns unable to shove the ball
over. When tho team had advanced
tho plgakln to Burns' 10-yard lino,
Ersklno called for tho unexpected
nnd got away with It inarvclously.
Instead of plugging tho lien or try
ing passes just over tho goal Hue,
ho called Stover away from right
und, to pluck tho oval from Bolaud
on a fako pass. Tho cntlro Hums
elovon was drawn into tho center of
tho line, nnd Stover shot around
Burns' right end and glided over
for tho second touchdown. Kotchum
Burns Scot-ex Touchdown.
Up to this tlmo it looked as though
Burns wns going to be held score
less. After tho touchdown Ileml kick
ed to Burns and tho ball was played
about tho center of tho field. Burns'
backflold then began to scintillate
n llttlo, with Jenkins touring off -10
yards around Bend's left end, nnd
Brolcouut dodging In n broken field
for 3G yards. In tho fourth quarter
Burns had Bend on Bend's 10-ynrd
lino without gain, when Doland, for
tho first tlmo In tho ganio, punted.
Brelcount recovered tho ball on tho
60-yard lino, and tore up tho field,
skirting tho Bond euds and backs
nnd went clean tor a touchdown.
This Brelcount Is just about the fast
est football man who has ever set
cleats lu Bend sod. I'ugo kicked
With about three minutes to play
Bend received the ball, nnd a. few
long gains through tho lino by
Steldl, Kelly and Iloland, brought
the pigskin to BuriiB' 15-yard line,
when Doland shot a perfect pass to
Clifford on left end and tho Bend
midget left end carried tho ball over
for his first touchdown this year.
Both teams played clcnn, hard
bait. Burns was a surprlso to tho big
crowd, a largo majority of whom saw
Bend walk away with a 2G to 7 vic
tory the previous Sunday. Tho Burns
line was much stronger and Bend
was unable to get away with long
galnB on Una bucks, as it did in the
first g?mo. Tho Burns backflold
was faster and handled their plays
from a direct paBS moro formldly
Tho Bend lino wan just as im
penetrable as it was lu tho first
game, Burns falling to mako first
down onco through lino plunging. '
Tho Burns team left for tholr
homes Friday morning by automo
bile, after spending six days as tho
guests of tho Bend team. Thurs
day night they were guests of tho
Bend team nt tho Qcorgo-Parslow
boxing contest, and later at a danco
at the Emblem club.
Tho lineup lu Suuday's gamo was
Clifford, lo Gilbert, re
Bennett, It Withers, rt
Colo, Boyd, lg Lochor, rg
I.athnm, c Wnlkup, c
Lnmbcrson, rg Stevens, Scobble, lg
Boyd, Kotchum, rt Trlska, It
Stover, Manning, ro Luckoy, to
Woeflcn. Ersklno, qb Pago, lfb
Steldl, Kelly, Hi Brelcount, rh
Ersklno, Kelly, rh Jenkins, Hi
Bolaml, fb Alton, rfb
Koforeo, Dr. W. W. Faulkner;
Umpire, 3u,u Steldl.
BILLY GEORGE WINS FROM
PARSLOW IN THREE ROUNDS
Satisfy! that's a new thing
for a cigarette to do
It's nothing for a cigarette to just taste good lots ol
cigarettes may do that. But Chesterfields do more they
satisfy! Just like a thick, juicy steak satisfies when
Yet, with all that, Chc6tcrfields are MILD I
No other cigarette can give you this new enjoyment
(satisfy, yet mild), for the good reason that no cigaretto
maker can copy the Chesterfield blend an entirely new
combination of tobaccoB and the most important develop
ment in cigarette blending in 20 years.
Gie me a package of those cigarettes that SATISFY"!
Portland Man Unnblo to Lund Hafo
Punch Local Boxer Deals
Frank Parslow, of Portland, was
hopelessly outclassed Thanksgiving
night In his match with Billy Qoorgo,
Idaho champion, luu scheduled 10
round match at tho Hippodrome, un
der tho auspices of thu Bend Athletic
club. Parslow was ablo to bIiow only
a llttlo of his cleverness In tho first
round, when deorgo wus feeling htm
out. In tho second round Gcorgo
opened up with terrific right and loft
uppercuts, nnd greatly weakened
Pnrslow. Tho third round oponcd
with Gcorgo rushing Purslow ngalnst
tho ropes and dealing sovero pun
ishment. Parslow took tho defen
sive lu tho last moments of tho third
round, with a broken hand. Par
slow threw up tho spougo nt tho end
Mfm onc-in is
. u m 'niWiHi Tnhj.' .. " . .hCljj u
30 cdfefa'r. HHc,iFii jl
Storage and Forwarding General
of tho third round.
Both mon weighed In just beforo
tho march. George's wolght was
101.5 and Parslow weighed In at
151. Dr. Couslucau referred tho
In tho preliminaries, Spec Wood
obtained a decision over Clyde Har
bor in n fast slx;rouud bout, In which
both men wore ovonly matched until
tho sixth round when Woods ted out
Window and house cleaning.
Bend Window Cleaning Co., Phono
Bed 1C11. Adv. 37-38p
ONE CENT A WORD Is all a llttlo
Want Ad will cost you.
Tht Food of the Cod,
Tho cod lias tho roputntlou of brine
as omnivorous mh tho gont, whose up
petlto for posters and old tin cnni U
tho subject of ficiucnt JoMh. Thevn
rled nature of what the cod nvalhiwn
Is not more reuinrknblo than the enor
mous quantity. According t" n writer
In the .Scotsman, kiicIi articles its kIImt
brooches, clasp knives, books mid rub
ber bnllR havo been found lu Its Ktoiu
ach. One lUlicrmnn of Aberdeen Iium n
stouo that wclclm nunc tliiin a pound.
I n I. on from u cod (lint hud swallowed
It fur the sen anemones with which It
wns covered. Tho miiiio llNlieriunn has
nNo found (specimen of almost all the
Htnll: eyed crttxtnrciinx that frequent
the uoi thorn count of Ki-otliuid and of
every kind of IInIi that a cod cull inns
ter, Including Its own joiiug. Cod have
been l.uowu to swallow puitrlilues.
gullleuietH and hint's.
BIIOW.V MAKKH HI FT
SALEM, Dec. 1. W. W. Brown,
wealthy rancher, of Klfo, Or., who
a fow weeks ago promised to donate
$10,000 to the Mothodlst Old Peo
ple's Homo for a now building lu this
city, providing another $10,000 Is
raised by subscription, today iib n
surprise sent a $1000 check to he
used by tho homo, lli'ccntly ho also
gave JC000 towards construction of
n now woman's dormitory nt Wllhtm
Sco Kdwards for good bouco paint
Clean up and point up. 8co Ed
NOTICK TO TUB PUBLIC
Owing to our increase In business,
and our additional rxpcimo and
equipment, wo will bo compelled to
make wood dollvnrlcs only on a cnsli.
basis. Wo will bo pjcaiiud to lmvo.
it understood by our cuntoinorn that
orderH henceforth enn be accepted
only on this condition. Oregon Kuot
Company, C. 10. Ilamlllmi, Man-,
Stopped CIiIIiIii'ii'n "roii I'ougli
'Threo weeks ago two l my chil
dren begun choking and touching,
and I saw that they were having an
attack of croup," writes lillllo Mey
borry. Kckort, do. "1 gol a bottlo of
Foley's Money and Tin arid gavo
them a dose beforo bodhtne. Next
morning tholr cough and nil Iku oC
croup wuh gono." Adv.
THE UNITED WAREHOUSE
A. M. PRINGLE, Manager. BEND, OREGON
And eipeclal fin or with people
who appreciate good choco
lated because tliey have a
much Miioothcr coating than In
uaunllr found In chocolate.
Reed & Horton
P. E. CHASE
l nuivr.i .tiu.-m,.
Our watch repairing Is guaran
teed to stand.
P. E. CHASE
' WALL KTKKKT
For the pnrpom of niiiKIng d.cs the
common alder appears to huvo been
unnoticed by the pioneers of this coun
try, who made itKU of so iiwiij luirlis
nnd roots. However, It was well
known to tho Indians, who nnd It to
good effect. It dyes a reddish color,
nnd down to a few 3 cur ago vwik em
ployed by natives of tho northwest
Pin I lie const In coloring their llsh nets.
Alder dye. used for I lie sumo purpose.
Is siild to bo tho oldest reconled d.w III
the world, It Is mentioned In t
Kulevalii of I'lalnnd. supposed to ditto
nearly 11.000 years ago.
"ou talk well on tho aiibjcct In
which j nu nro mot lutercitted," cnld
the Inipertliieut girl
"And what Is Hint'" asked the until.
scenting a compliment.
"Youirelf!" said the liniwrtlin'rit girl
demurely. London Atuwera.
Lota of Turn.
Johnnie I ain't gola' to school any
more. Juxt beoHiiso 1 snickered n little
tbe teat her turned me over to the prin
cipal, and the principal turned me out
to pa. Moth-r Wun Unit ull? Johnnie
No; pa Just tinned mu over hU knee,
National Apple Show, Spokane, Nov. 20-25. Reduced
round-trip fares from Central Oregon poirdy,
November 19th to 25th, inclusive.
Pacific Livestock Show, Portland, December lih to
9th. Every stockman should attend.
Central Oregon Owl
SAVE A DAY EITHER WAY
Portland and Central Oregon
California Trips at this timovof year are ideal.
All rail, or rail and ocean routes. The Shod
Ocean Voyage via the "Twin Palaces" cxcccmIh
your fondest expectations of comfort and
pleasure. Fares include meals and berth, Why
not go East through California? The extra
cost by this route is very little.
TWO TRAINS A DAY PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
Th Ettrnal Famlnln.
"Here 1 havo to k nnd be Wed to
death at that horrid Mrn. JlKucrM1 Juat
on account of my huibuud'a pincr
alty." "Did he tell yon you ahould bo j"
"No"; ho told mo I ahoiildn't." Baltl.
Blobba 1) jou think we ahall ever
have a universal language? Hlobba
We have now, when money tulka.
OREGON TRUNK RY.
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
Rubbing It In.
Bob rVrliap mu hod better forftt
one another! Beta-Ob, I couldn't do
that I have o tn tblnga to laujb
A WORD I. ALL A
tITTLO WAN! AD
WILL COSI VOU.