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About The Athena press. (Athena, Umatilla County, Or.) 18??-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1911)
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Athena's New Pitcher and the Millers
Make it Hard Sledding for Aug
Bade's Husky W. W, Bears.
Standing of Teams.
TeamB Wod Lost P. C.
Atbena 4 1 .800
Walla Walla 4 1 .800
Weston 3 2 .600
Milton 2 3 .400
Pendleton 1 4 .200
Echo 1 4 .200
Ob, Olarisa, dear, wasn't it a hum
And that good natured Walla Walla
bunob even tbey, too, got tbeir mon
ey's worth and tben some. Good
losers, every one of 'em.
Tbe Bears came to towo loaded for
bear, and a good time. Bat tbey did
n't take anything borne with thorn
bnt tbe good time; they left tbe game
rigbt here in this old town, and tbey
were as cheerful abont it as a bnnob
of canaries, reports from elsewbere to
tbe contrary notwithstanding.
Aside from a couple of decisions by
Umps Van Winkle, they liked it all,
and said so, and played tbe game from
a to izzard in every stanza except tbe
eigbtb, bnt well that's farther along
in tbe story. So let's lilt a little.
With Mr. "Hnnky" Sbaw, Mr.
Johnson and another Mr. or two. Aag
was properly "fixed" for tbe Millers
on paper, cnly.
Mr. Walter Frink, the man who
ouused all kinds of guesses and on
whom nobody had tbe rigbt dope, was
on tbo monud for Athena. By some
bo was said to be a soldier from Van
couver; Walla Walla bad him on
tbeir badges as Hollis, and he pitohed
under tbe name of Smith. And be
pitobed a swell game so swell that
after bis tryont he bad no trouble in
golting in with Roll Brown at the
'Tannery," and will benoefortb
make bis home in Atbena.
He was pitted against Hanson,
Walla Walla's clever twirler, who
started right off tbe reel bv fanning
Clark and Peiland, after Walla Walla
had been retired in the first in 1, 2, 3
Harmon soored for tbe Bears in the
seoond when he got a Boratoh single,
stole second and went to third when
Frink dropped Seachrist's pop-np and
oroesed tbe platter on Lankard's hit.
Tben the Millers came back in tbeir
half with three runs. Pioard teat
out an iufield bit and stole second;
Brown went out, Beck to Sbaw. Lieu-
alien was safe on Beck's error, Pioard
going to third. Bundy laced out a
two sacker, Picard sooring. Tben
Friuk showed himself to Le ducks
with the stick, by finding Hanson for
a tingle, wbieb soored Lieuallen aud
Bundy. Then Walla Walla tied it up
in the third when Blackman and Beck
soored. Blaokmuu's third strike get
ting away liooi Brown, two singles, a
stolen base aud an error letting tbe
Then tbe two teams, working like
maobines, and the pitchers buzzing
over their offerings in mid-season
style, it was ia again. out-again until
Hanson weakened in tbe eigbtb, and
tbe persimmon was plucked and pick
led. DePeatt, who had been easy for
Hanson all the afternoon, fanned for
tbe third time and it looked like an
extra innnig affair, was to be dished
up. But nay, nay, Pauline what
did Friuk do bnt break up the aspira
tions of Mr. Hanson by stepping into a
corking smash that went for only two
bases just beoause a home run was
prevented by a mebeley fence post
getting in front of tbe ball. However,
tbe bingle was contagions, for Owens
and Peiland singled in succession,
wbiob with tbe aid of a fielder's
choioe and Siegriat's error, let three
Tbe Bears gave no trouble in tbe
ninth, Lankard going out, FrinK to
Clark, while Hanson and Beck fanned.
Tbe eoore book says:
Walla Walla 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 03
Atbena 03000 0 0 3 x 6
Athena AB R H PO A E
Owens, sa 4 110 11
Clark, lb 4 1 0 9 0 1
Peiland, 2b 4 0 1 3 2 0
Pioard, rf 4 110 0 0
Brown, o 4 0 0 10 0 0
This is not
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Lieuallen, If 3 1 0 1 0 0
Bundy, of 3 110 0 0
DePeatt, 3a 3 0 0 2 0 1
Smith, p 3 12 15 2
32 6 6 27 3 5
Walla Walla AB R H PO A E
Blaokman, 3b 5 1 1 0, 1 0
Beck, 2b 5 1112 2
Shaw. lb 2 0 0 10 0 0
Harmon, If 4 1 2 2 0 0
Johnson, of 4 0 0 1 0 0
Seac'irist, ss 4 0 0 0 0 1
Siegrist, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Lankard o 4 0 2 9 2 0
Hanson, p 4 0 0 0 4 0
36 3 6 24 9 3
Summary Earned runs, Atbena 3;
Walla Walla 1. Two base bits,
Bundy, Smith. Struos out. by Smith
12; by Hanson, 11. Left on bases,
Atbena, 2; Walla Walla 7- Double
plays. Smith to Peiland to Clark; Pel
land toJClark. Wild pitohes, Smith,
1; Hanson, 1. Passed balls, Brown.
1; Lankard, 2. First base on errors,
Atbena, 1; Walla Walla 2. Timo
of game, 1 hour and 30 minutes. Um
pire, Van Winkle. Soorer, Dell.
Weston shut out Echo, 4 to 0, in
tbe irrigation town Sunday.
Pendleton received a terrible flog
ging by tbe Milton Bull Dogs in Sun
days game. On 12 hits only, Milton
accumulated a total of 20 rooB while
Pendleton got 8 safe bingles and 6 rnns.
Milton comes to Athena Sunday;
Weston goes to Walla Walla and Eoho
Gatober Keefe had his bum finger
hurt in the Eoho game.
Bade and "Huuky" Sbaw fished on
Tuoanon this week, and Bade caught
a trout 22 inobes long. Tbe Union
says he used a saok of Athena flour
Manager Littlejobn attended a meet
ing of tbe league directors at Poodle
ton last night. The action of tbe
league offioials resulted in the reten
tion of Sbaw and other players on tbe
Walla Walla team, and Frink on the
Athena team. Evidently the offioials
favor giving the pnblio the best ball
Athena High sohool defeated Dayton
Hgh in this city Saturday by a score
of 6 to 5. Both teams used players
not entitled to play under intersohol
Notice to Creditors.
In tbe County Court of tbe State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In tbe Matter of tbe Estate of Francis
M. Mansfield, Deceased:
All persons whom it may oonoern
are hereby cotiflod that George W.
Gross was duly appointed on the 8th
day of April, A. D., 1911, adminis
trator with tbe will annexed of tbe
estate of Francis M. Mansfield, de
ceased, and that letters cf adminis
tration with tbe will annexed have
been issued to him. All persons bav
iug olaims agtinst said estate are
hereby notified and required to present
them to him, with proper vouchers as
required by law, at tbe office of his
attorneys, Peterson & Wilson, in Atb
ena, Oregou or at tbeir offices in Pen
dletou, Oregou, within six months
from date of the first publication of
this notice, wbiob said first publica
tion is made in tbe Atbena Press news
paper on Friday the 14th day of April
A. D.. 1911.
George W. Gross,
Administrator with tbe will annexed
of tbe estate of Franuis M. Mansfield,
By Peterson & Wilson,
Attorneys for Admr.
In the Circuit Court of tbe State of
Oregou for Umatilla County. I
J. B. Miller, Plaintiff,
Viola Miller, Defendant.
To tbe Defendant, Viola Miller:
In tbe name of tbe State of Oregou,
yon are hereby required to appear and
answer tbe complaint filed against you
in the above entitled oause and Court
on or before tbe last day of tbe time
prescribed in tbe order for publication
of Snmmous, made herein on the 6th
day of April, 1911, viz: By or within
six weeks from the date of Hist pub
lication of Summons herein, and if
yon fail to so answer therein, for want
thereof, tbe Plaintiff will apply to tbe
Ccurt for tbe relief prayed for in tbe
Complaint on file herein, towit: For
a deoree wherein and whereby the
tonds of matrimony now and hereto
fore existing between tbe Plaintiff and
tbe Defendant may be forever set aside
aud grantiug nnto Plaintiff suoh oth
er, further and geueral relief as to this
Conrt may seem just and proper.
This Summons is served upon yon
by order of the Hon. Gilbert W.
Phelps, Judge uif the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon, for Umatilla
Cdunty, which order is dated the 6th
day of April. 1911. Tbe date of tbe
first publication of this Summons is
Friday, tbo 7th day of April, 1911
aud the dute of the last publication
thereof is Friday, tbe 12th day of
May, 1911. Godwin & Neal.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Residing at Freewater, Oiegon.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the
nudersigned has been appointed Exec
utor of the last will and testameut of
A. J. Waguer, deceased, by the Coun
ty Court of Umatilla County, Stateof
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pres
ent tbe same, with p'roper vouchers at
tached, to the undersigned, at Atbena,
Oregon, or to KaJey & Raley, his attor
neys, at Puudletou, Oregon, witbiu six
months ftoiu the first pnolioation of
this notice, t he first publication hereof
being made March 21, 1911.
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