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I1MND nOI.LlCTlN, IlKND, OKKOON, Tlll'IWDAY, MAV '20, 10U0.
MADRAS IS INNER IN HOTLY
CONTESTED TRI-COUNTY MEET
TakcH Flrnt Place With Fifty Pointa Redmond a .Close
Second WHh Forty-eight Points Bend ia LaHt.
Kccordtircnking Crowd in Attendance.
High School Declamation Contest
i '", Remarkably Fine.
:UI3l)M0ND, Miiy 17.
largefll crowd thnt Iuih
lly far tho
tended a public kmIIuiiIiik In thlH
oltr.congroniilod horn Hnturduy from
nil rl of Control (Oregon to at
tend' tho minimi trl-couuly moot nnd
duclntnntory content, hi which itrudni
nnd IiIrIi hcIioo! pupil from Don
rhtitcft, Jofforwin uud Crook countloi
took part. Tho Rrudo doclniiintory
content mid tonnlK mutch took pine?
dtirltiB thr forenoon, tho trick
iivoiiIm ut tho fnlr RroutulN In the
afternoon nnd tho hluh hcIiooI do
elnmntory content nt tho ityinnanlutti
In tho ovonlntr.
ThoiiKh tho wlnnliiR or flrnt plfico
In thlM nniiiial moot wan a iniich con
touted nnd bitterly foiiKhl for hono,
hy tho ropri'MontiitlyeM of tho differ
(ut (ichooln, tho provnllliiR fenttiro
of the duy'n o Vim In wiim a demon
Miration of perfect harmony nnd co
operation, liuyond iiuoHlloii tho fac
tor that liar, inndo It powtlhlo for tho
nchool facultle-i und county wiipT
Intnndontn to nttiln thu tromeiidoiiH
roflullii In tho luiiRth of time thofc
incotM have lieoii In oxlutenco. Tho
first meet wiih held In lledmond In
1014, wan poorly attended, ind fi
nanced on n very nniall murttln.
Thin year hk ninny n 3G00 proplo
worn In attendance nnd 300 wan
niwnt for tnodnlit nnd school pen
nants for tho winners.
Madron carried nway tho honor of
winning tho ponnant for tho nchool
harliii: Uio hlRhenl number of points.
IncludlnR tenulM, with u total of CO,
Kcdmond with 48 cutiio sorond,
1'rlnoYlllo with 33, third, und lUnd
with 11, Innt.
llend took tho honor-. In ntonoR
ruphy and typewrltluR, Mlwt tlonuio
Ktockwell laklnR flmt In flmt yeai
typlnR, nnd MIm Itassla Binlth'tnk
lu first In flmt year stenograph;'.
Miss Anna Atkinson, of Redmond
won flmt place In tho second year
typlnR nnd Miss Irotm Kind In, of
Itedmoiid, took flrnt In tho second
With the fnlr Kround Rrnndntuiii
flllod tif capacity, nnd cunT'irnodTwo
deep on either tddo half round tho
rnco truck nvonts ntarted nt 2:30
sharp, nnd until tho runnlnR of the
hlr.h nchool rnlny, which wiih the
final event, not oven thu slightest do
lay wan encountered to mar the vell
Homo very romurkiildu limit wn
inndo for IiIrIi ichool track toains,
nnd H. Young, of Madron, proved
himself to bo an valuable n man io
bin school nn wun Itedmond'n nil-star
Arthur Tuck, Innt year, now tho
prldo of tho Unlvornlty of Oregon
track tcuni. Voiiiir carried nwny
;ik flrntu und one second, uott'iis
hltn a totnl ncoro or 33. lu Uio 50
yard dn-U ho made a record of 5.2
necoudn. Nonl Whlstiatit. of Iloud,
slipped Into promluenco when ho
took flmt pluro In tho 100 ynnl
mldRot run, nKnlnnt n boy far iiupur
lor In stature and dovolopmont. V.j
hlM Hupcrlor ublllty In Kottlnit h.s
trot tucked nway under him In tto
75 yard low hurdle, Wallace Hint
nail, or llend, won flmt place In that
ovont. It. aillotto, of ltedmoud,
.running In tho Inst lap of tho IiIrIi
school rolay, foilnd u whirlwind
npoed In tho final three yards
bnvuitlm; tho tape u foot nhoad of
hlH Prlnovlllo opponent, V, Shat
tuck, when tho onlookorn woro con
ridont tho rnco muHt ro ugnlnst him.
PorhnpH tho groato&t domonstru
lion of spood iihown In thu Day's
ttiVontn won In nn ovent not listed on
tho proRram, tho contestants bolng
a Jnck rabbit cloHely purnued by two
doRH. Tho rabbit chonu u most do
lrablo npot on which to hold his ex
hibition of footwork, whleii io nli.i,
If ho took Hocond pluco, meant death.
Tho rnco Btnrtod nt tho far end or
tho rnco track and wont ticron tto
oiillro flold directly In front of tho
Kiandstaud. Ono of tho doRH lumdod
tho rabbit off uftor ho had cronnol
tho flold, but thu quarry chanced
hln courso and Btnrted back lu tho di
rection from whence ho enmo with
such romnrknblo npoed thnt ha noon
loft tho dogs far in tho back Rrouud.
Aftor tho raco tho official announcer
took hlH, iinual place lu front of tho
RrnndHtiind nnd unnouncod Mr. Hal
bit tho wlnnor, Klvlng tho tlrno nit
0,4 seconds, ,
Tho HUinmury follows;
GO-yurrt, dunh (IiIrIi hcIiooI)
KosouberE (I1), first; Cllllptto (It),
Hocond; Uurch (U), third. Tlmo,
.00-yard danh (grades) -Mcllaln
KM), tfrut; Olrodo (P), seconds
WORK AT GYM
NEARLY 400 PUPILS IN
Memo (It), third. Tlmo, Gl-G,
50-ynrd dunh (mldRotn) Iteavln
(C), first: Hnntioii (J), second!
Whlnnnut (I))v third. Tlirio, 7 3-5.
100-yard dash (IiIrIi nchool) J.
YoutiR (M), flrnt: (llllotto (11), sec
ond; Hliutluck (I), third. Time,
100-yard dash (grades) McUnln
(J) flrnt ! nirdnull (D). second; Ar
nold (C), thrl1. Time, 11 4-5,
100-yiird ilnsli (mldRotn) Whin
limit (I)), flrnt: Hunnoii (.1), nee
oud; Arnold (C), third, Time,
Javelin throw Coynor (II), first;
II. Voiiiir (M),' second; Ilnten (It),
third. DlHtanco, 144 feet K Inches.
Mile run Andrtis (M), flrnt;
Kidder (It), Hocond; Clark (I'),
third. Time, 5:28.
IIIrIi Jump (IiIrIi school) 11.
Youiir (M), flrnt; ItOHenborR (!),
second; Doty (It), third. IlelRht, 5
feet 5 Inchon.
High Jump (grades) Hanson
(I)), first; Mcllitlu (J), second;
Olrodo (C), third. HelRht, 5 foot,
120-yard hurdle (IiIrIi school)
It. Voiiiir (M), flmt; Holloway (It),
ef'coml; McN'ocley (IJ). third. Tlmo,
76-yard low hurdle (Rrnden)
lllrdnnll (D), flmt; Walnanwlt (J),
second; Coshow (C), third. Tlmo,
75-yard low hurdle (mldRets)
Hnnnon (J), flmt; Davis (C) ncc--ond.
Time, 14 secondn.
4 40-yard run Olllotto (It), first;
J. Youiir (M), second; Wymon (P).
third. Time, 66 4-5.
220-yard Iww hurdles (hlRh
school) It. Vouor (M), first; Oil
lotto (It), second: II a yen (P) third.
Time, 28 2-5.
Hhotput WolRan (P), first;
Mooni (It), iiocond; Coyner (II).
third. Distance, 37 feet 2 Inchon.
" S80-ynrd roluy (mldRotn) -Des-chuten
county, flrnt. Tlmo, 3:05.
R80-ynrd relny (Rrnden) Dea
chutes county, flmt. Tlmo 2:67.
Mile relay (IiIrIi school) Itcd
tnond, first. Tlmo 3:55.
HunnlnR broad Jump (Rrnden)
Onteii (D), flmt; Olrodo (C), sec
ond; heath (J), third. Dlstanco,
15 feet Gtt Inches.
Discus throw It. YounR (M),
first; Hayes (P), second; Coyner
(II) third. Distance, 105 feet 1
Pole vault (IiIrIi school) Itosoii-
borR (P), first; Mooro (M), soc-
ond: McNcoley (11), third. HelRht,
Polo cault (Rrados) Olrodo (C).
first; Oslbrnlth (D), socoijd:-'.Sur-fnc.t
(J) third. HolRht., 'VttttyG
incites. 1. .
Tho hluh school doclainatlry' con
tent, held In tho nymnasJiimUn tho
ovenliiR, wan acknowlcdRcd?lo- bo,
by those In attendance, tho best
over hold In Centrnl Oregon. Tho
winners of tho contest nro ns fol
lows: Orutorlcnl, No. 1 First place,
Harry llntoH (It), subject, "Napol
eon tho Llttlo. '
No. 2. Hirst place, Paul Hey-
Dramatic Arno KIiir (C), "Ha-
Kecond division Llda Itamsoy
(M),."Tho Convicts' Soliloquy."
Humorous I.llllnn Van Matro
(It), "Mo 'n Kip,"
Children Show IWn-llent lleMiills
l-'roni First Year's Training.
May Day J'nnlaNy Hlnrls on
1 Jtolil School IiiMii.
With mi audience of parents In
attendance which crowded tho bal
conies, nearly 400 children of tho
llend schools, under tho direction of
Minn Kiln Dews, physical training
Instructor, took part In tho Rym
nasluni exhibit nt tho Y, M, C. A.
on Friday domonstratlnR (ho
praRress inado In tho department in
tho rirnt year or Its fplstonce. Ks
peclully Rood wan tho hIiowIiir mudo
by thu grndo pupils, and that tho
exhibit was truly roprcsontntlvo or
tho work ot tho department was
shown by tho fact that the personnel
of tho clauses was not picked, tho
membership beltiR left intact.
Infonnul Rymnastlcn by first
K ratio pupils from tho Held, Central
nnd Kenwood schools opened the
proRram, llolow the fourth Rrado
no sot Rymnastlc drills nro used and
tho contribution made by tho little
folks to tho exhibit was u Ramt In
which tho yoiliiRaterH simulated the
ncllonii of u crowd of voluntoor flro
flRhtorfl. Aftor tho ImaRluary flro
wan oxtlnRtilshod, they took part In
tho Danish dunco of RrootlnR,
I'niilnsy Is Hliit-leil,
Modified formal Kymnnstlcs by
fourth Rrnders of tho Hold und
Kenwood schools followed, with u
gytnnanlum drill couslstlnR of tho
formation or symbols, and a demon
stration or wheolltiR hy high school
girls Immediately nfterward, A sec
ond Rrotip of high school girls next
took tho floor.
ShowltiK precision of training,
fifth and sixth grade girls of thb
Konwobd and Hold schools put on
a wand drill based on tho Swodlsh
system of gymnastics, and splendid
work was dono by fifth and sixth
grndo boys In nerlon of men's cal
isthenics. High school girls con
cluded tho program with a Swod
lsh gymnastic folk dance, "Tho
llleeklng," nnd an American danco,
"Pop Goes tho Weasel." A polka
step was lined an tho class carno on
During the noon hour a picnic
lunch wan enjoyed by parents and
children, and refrenhments wero
served by the Cumpflro Girls
on thu Held nchool lawn.
whore, at 2 o'clock on elnbor-
uto entertainment by tho physical
! training department, in thu torm
of a Slay day fantasy, wan started.
Folk dances of many nations and
tho Winding of threo May poles wero
to feature tho outdoor program.
PASSAGE OF BILL
MEANS MORE FUNDS
Addltlon.nl funds totaling $17
774.53 will bo nvallnblo for tho pay
ment of grndo school touchers In
Deschutos county If tho two mill
special school tax bill carles at tho
coming prlmnry elections, County
School Superintendent J, A. Thomp
son Iuib CBtlnmtod. Slxty-ouo rooms
In tho county would ohurgo In this
fund, nnd of theso, twonty-nliu
rooms nro In Ilond, meaning tnoro
than $8000 for this district, on' tho
bnslsl of 1286.52 por room,
REPUBLICAN LEAD IN
DESCHUTES IS LARGE
A lurgo ropubllcnn majority Is
shown In Deschutes county in n re
port, Just comploted, of registration
figures Uoro. Two thousund nnd
olRhty-nlno republicans nro quail-
find In vnln 111 Mm COUUtV. With
1254 doiuociW and 260 who nro
listed ah miscellaneous.
Four chairs at rour service at the
Metropolitan. No waUlnic. Adv.
"You Can Depend on This"
says the Good Judge
Real Tobacco for
The full rich
. taste of the Real Tobacco
Chew lasts so long that
you don't need a fresh
chew so often. That's
why it costs you less to
use this class of tobacco.
Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
In recognition of lier work In
training tho student cast for tho pro
duction of tho 1920 senior play, "A
Strenuous Life," Miss Harriott Urn
bough was Thursday prcscnttcd with
a hugo boquot of carnations by the
seniors, and In addition received a
money gift of $50.
Want to bay bay, use Ilullctln claa
Tut It in Tlio llulietlu.
ItKPOItT OF TlfK CONDITION OF TIIK
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
AT HKNI), IN TIIK HTATK OF OKKOON,
AT TIIK CliOHK OF IIUHINKKH MAY 1, VM
Loans and discounts ........- -
Honds and warrants ....
Furnlturo and fixtures .
Duo from approved resorvo banks..
Kxchiinges for clearing house
Checks and other cash Items ...w.Mn
Cash on hand -
Capital stock paid In ..-..... SL.......
Surplus fund ...
Undivided profits, loss expenses and taxes paid
Duo to banks and bankers M ........ ........
Individual deposits subject to check.......
Demand certificates of dopoilt ..,............
Cashier Chocks oustandlng ......i.. ...
Certified checks ......... -
Tlmo nnd savings deposits ..,...... .-....
Total i" $640,501.03
lor of tho abovonainccUbank, do nolomnly Hwcar that tho ahovo state-
Ilieni IS ITUU IO UIO UWOl. Ul lllj nuun.vuhu uu uv.iu..
II. M. STEPHENS, Cashier.
Subscribed uud Worn to beforo mo this 11th day of May, 1920.
MAKIK FOX. Notary Public.
My commission expires Dec. 22, 1922.
W. U. O'DONNELL.
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