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I SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1924
TATESMAN PAGE OF LIVE SPORT NEWS' FROM EVjERYWMEE
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
Mir Valentin, assistant to DeEorco
ia the 1920 New York revival of hi
mat opera Robin Hood," presents
br original cart of 30 people. Un
queatiooabJy th premier musical at
tractioa of the year. Last might only.
. A few of the other attractions
Ralph Bmcham Humeri
Drama "Th Great Commoner1
Guatemala Marimba Baad
Arthur Walwyu Erana
Ada Roach Rath IWinau
Edward Amherst Ott ."
Vaesc Gambia Concert Party
r Sim ticket sle potitrrefy
closes ml 6 . tm. opening day
Salem, Jrjly 16lh to 23d
. No Sunday Programs I t "
Season ticket prices: Adults ?3.
student 2, children fl.
out of the screen
You'll yell, you'll
;ilrSSl i : BARGAIN
OREGON TIIKATKE TO OFFER 1
XEW SCREEN SENSATION
' Starting tomorrow at the Ore
gon theatre for a run of five days
comes the ; long : sought Third
Dimension movies, i There was a
time you remember, when Interest,
!born of curiosity, was awakened
nnd mair.rafna-hy a few "shots' bf
a man walking across tte-street or
by the scenes of an' on rushing
train. They were without plot.
They were not telling stories In
those days. .They were Just show
ing things. i j '
The Third Dimension is a pic
ture shown in New York recently;.
It was never taken on the road
because every seat . had. to be
fitted with a special' attachment
-for the eyes of patrons. ' The
film had the third dimension how
ever. ' It is a short reel, called
plastigrams, a series of widely dif?
ferent scenes rand subjects and
glues the eye to it for the same
reason as one watched the early
ts.ovie through curiosity.
; Plastigrams is not the . solution
for the third dimension picture
because one must view it through
special lenses which the Oregon
theatre ushers will give every paf
tron. The lens fonsist of a; card
hoard "framed spectacles and are
of two different colors, red .jfnd
green. The red lens goesover
the right eye, and the gree over
the lert. j " V-u
; A bit of trick work Introduces
the Third Dimension. Double ex
posures on" different scenes and
properly tinted, cause the screen
to appear as a mixture of red and
green colorings, f If you put on the
special glasses and close one eye
you will see fish swimming In an
aquarium. If you- look on . the
screen with the other eye, then
you see a monkey calmly view
ing the world, j
College, professors, newspaper
and magazine editors are unani
mous in their praise of Plasti
grams, and all agree that it marks
a new era in the progress of mo
tion picture. , j .
The people of Portland, de
manded this one short reel for a
two week' showing and never in
... . s ...
-rW FN.-' SS
Seattle 7-4; Ixa Angeles 6-3
SEATTLE, : July 4. By defeat
ing Lds Angeles twice today, 7 to
6 and! 4 to3, while Portland was
taking two contests from San
Francisco, Seattle went to within
three (games of first place. "The
first game was a hard fought con
test, ihei Indians winning in the
tenth inning. Los Angeles took;
the lead from Seattle in its half
of the eighth in the second batr
tie but the Braves came back and
scored two markers, taking the
fracas, j ;
First game j R. H. E.
Los ! Angeles ... 6 13 f 2
Seattle" . . J . . . ....... .7 15; 1
Craidalll Dumovich. Root and
Jenkin? : Sutherland, Steuland and
E. -Baldwin, i s- '
Second game R. H. E,
Los Angeles . . . . .... 3 10 1
Seattle . .J... 4 8 0
Meyers and Byler; Williams and
E. Baldwin. ,
Kan Francisco 0-9: Port land -10
" PORTLAND. July 4. Portland
won the afternoon game by a 10
to 9 $core after the Seals had
batted; In three runs in the ninth
and had Schorr on third with the
tieing run and but one out. Bra--zill
saved the game for Hugh
Bedient. the former Boston Red
Sox star, when he made a circus
one-hand pickup of Waner's fierce
drive land held Schorr to third
while !he fielded It to first. E1H-.
son then bounced out. In the
sixth Bedient hit Shea's first pitch
into the left field bleachers for a
homer! with the bases full after
;with two out had - walked
to get at mm.
R. II. k.
6 10 0
Portland .... ....... in
Geary, Burger and Agney; Eck-
the hIpory; of motion pictures has
a single reel received uch praise.
. Plastigrams .will open, tomorrow
at the Oregon theatre, with the
feature Vice-bound," 1. starring
Richard Dix and Lois Wilson, and
continue for five days. ; j
ll is very easy to rise In your
.ia v m - a .-vm Maw amlvv
W V f7 Gi) nn!v
i : T. . - i
and LOIS WILSON
.-. - ..h y y - -. ,. 'r--'i : i y
ert and Cochrane, Daly.
t , Second game R. H. E.
San Francisco I: . . .... 9 14 1
Portland ...J V..I0T11 0
Shea, Williams and Agnew; Be
dient and Query.
i Salt Lake 1-7; Oakland 2-2
I OAKLAND. July 4. Oakland
won .this morning's ; game from
Salt Lake 2-4o 1. and the Bees
took this afternoon's game 7 to 2.
In the morning game Krause, the
Oakland pitcher, allowed only two
hits, one of them of tbe scratch
variety, j Oakland bunched f wo
hits in the second and two in the
third for the two scores.
First garner- R. H. E.
Salt Lake 2 1
Oakland . . 2 4 0
Singleton. Thomas! and Cook;
Krause and Baker. .
Salt Lake . 4.
Oakland , . . . . . .;.
Ponder and Peters'
Read, i , ' '' -tJii
i Sacramento 8-4; Vernon 0-4
LOS ANGELES. July 4.-Ver-non
and Sacramento split a double
header today,; the Tigers faking
the morning game 9 to 8, and the
Solons winning the j: second con
test 4 to 3. In the second pme
a hard fought battle, Vernon took
the lead in the third Inning when
Schneider hit a home run scoring
Blakesley ahead of him. Sacra
mento came from behind in the
fifth when Ray Rohwer connected
for a homer followed hy two runs
brought; in by his team mates.:
First game R. H. E.
Sacramento? ......... 813 1
Vernon . ... ...'... 9 18 4
Thompson, Strand, Hall and
Koehler; Thomas, Vines, Christian
: Second game i R. H. E.
Sacramento ....... w . 4 8 0
Vernon j . . . 3 "8 2
Canfield, James and .Koehler;
Christian, Bryan and Hannah.
V i .- - t . i - - - - :
prize play makes
the screen's prize
picture. No doubt
about it. i; you're
bound to. like "Ice-bound-"
A ! specially con
structed pair of glass
es is to.be given to every
. patron as same is neces
sary in viewing this new
WILD OVER THEM.
MAJOR IiEAGUE GAMES
New York 8-2; Philadelphia 2-5
NEW York, N. Y July 4. The
New "York Giants broke even in
tbe holiday double header ; with
Philadelphia here today, winning
the first jgame 8 to 2, and losing
the second 2 to 5.
First Oame: ' '
; Score H R. H. E.
Philadelphia . . 1 . . 2 7 '3
New: York .811 1
Batteries: Ring. Couch and
Wilson; Barnes and Snyder.
New York '.!;..
R. II. E.
...5 11 1
. . .2 10 1
Batteries: I Michell
line; Nehf, Dean,
I.'-';' I fr'j ..
. Cliicagx 0-6; St. Louis 11-3
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Juky 4.
Chicago, and St. Louis divided
honors in a double header today,
the Cardinals taking the first
game when i Sothoion, pitching
good balU shfut out Chicago .11 to
0. The Cubs took the second
game 6 to 5. Grantham driving
out a three base hit.
; First jGaine:
: Scorej J H. E."
Chicago! . . . . 0,7 2
St. Louis .....11 18 1
Battesries: Aldridge and ilart
nett; Sotbbron and Gonzales. '
i Second Game- R. II. E.
Chicago . ... ..... .. . . .6 10 0
St. Louis 4. . . 5 9 1
Batteries: ; Wheeler and O'Far-
rell; Bell. Dickerman and Nieber
gall, Gonzales. - ,
Cincinnati 8-1; Pittsburgh 0-2
PITTSBURGH, Pa.. July 4.
Tbe Reds defeated tbe Pirates in
both the morning and afternoon
games! today, the scores being 8 to
and ; 4 to i. Luque was invin
cible in the fist game. : - ;.,
First Game: . ' 7
Score r R. H. E.
Cincinnati ............ 8 13 0
Pittsburgh .0 4 1
Batteries j; lluqie . and ( iliar-
gTavea; Kremer, itie and uoocn.
Cincinnati 4 8 2
Pittsburgh .1 ........ 2 9 2
Batteries:!, Rixey, Benton and
Hargrave; Meadows, Morrison and
tional) Boston took both games
of the holiday from Brooklyn this
afternoon behind the .excellent
pitching of j McN'amara and Gen-
ewicht The scores were 5 to 1
and 1 to 0. i
First Game: 1 :
Score ! . R. H. E.
Brooklyn . I ........... 1 7 2
Boston ... i .......... .5 10 1
Batteries: : Doak, Henry -; and
Taylor McNamara and O'Neill.:
Second Game R. .11. E.
Brooklyn". . .'. . . .,0 3 2
Boston . . ....... , ... .1 4 0
Batteries: Osborne and De berry;
Genewich and Gibson.
TODAY TOMORROW ONLY
CaavAuatinE-Llthrap ' 1"
i VX l P ' First Picture
l; JzZ 'v r Ever Filmed In Alaska " j
Appearing in Person
MISS GLADYS JOHNSTON,'
Star and Heroine of the picture, will delight
Salem people again with her cello solos.
PROF. GfiO. EDWARD LEWIS,
Producer of tlie picture, and! world-wide lec
turer and explorer, will introduce the picture
at each performance.
New York 4-2; r Washington 2-0
WASHINGTON, p. C, July 4.
(American,. New York took both
ends of the holiday card here to
day. Bush got a 4 to 2 decision
oveXk Zachary and Russell in the
morning game and Jonea won. 2
to 0, in a " pitchers' battle with
Mogridge in the afternoon.
First game i R. H. E.
New York ...U. ....- 4 10 0
Washington 2 9 1
Batteries Bush and Hofmann.
Schang; Zachary, Russell ; and
Ruel. ' ;. ;'v ; '
Second game- R. H. E.
New York 2 4 2
Washington . U ....... 0 7 0
Batteries Jones and Hofmann;
Mogridge and Ruel. j
Stv-Ixuls 5r3; Detroit 2-3
DETROIT, Wich.. July 4.
(American-! St. Louis took a
double header from Detroit today
5 to 2 and 3 to 2. Inability. of
the Tigers to hit either Vangilder
in the morning affair or Davis in
the afternoon was responsible for
the Detroit defeat. j
. First game R. H. E.
Sty Louis . ,
Detroit . . '.
5 10 1
i . . .'. .. . j2 8 3
Vangilderj and P.
10-Oz. H Double Weave.
7x7 White .......t 9.75 ) r
7x10 White ..,i::. 11.651
7x7 Khaki ...;..... 11.55!
7x10 Khaki ......i ... :..... 13.75 V
CAMP COTS SINGLE AND DOUBLE ::.... ...4iJ..
CAMP STOOLS THE VERY BEST U...c. 1 '.Jl...
CAMP STOVES -REGULAR $10.50 -SELLING THIS
Jantzen All-VYool Bathing Suits..........,..:.
We have the best! in Camping Supplies at the lowest
Collins; Collins and Bassler. ? j
Second game-1-- R. II. ' E.
St. Louis 3 8 I 0
Detroit V. . .... I 2 5 j 1
BatteriesDavis. Danforth an4
Sereveid; Wells. Daus, Johnsoh
and Bassler. ! ; ' " -
Cleeland 2-3; Chicago 5-4
CHICAGO, 111.. July 4. (Am
erican). After losing the mornf
ing game to" Cleveland 5 to 5 8,
Chicago gathered in the after
noon. 4 to 3. in 10 Innings. J
First game R. H. E.
Cleveland . . . . . . . ..816 Y-t t
Chicago . ........ 5 13
Batteries Shaute and Walters j;
Cvengros, McWeeny, : Lcverette
and Scbalk. . I , - m j
3 : 9
Philadelphia 8-6; Boston 3-4 !
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. July 4.
(American) Philadelphia took
both morning and afternoon
games from 'Boston In todays
holiday bill, 86 3 and 6 to 4. i
First game-4-v R. H. E.
Boston . .i . U. . . j . 3 7 0
Philadelphia; . . ; '.'8 11 ; 1
1 Batteries Ehmke and Picln
ich; Baumgartner and Perkins.
Second game ; R. Jl.- iE.
Boston ..j-- ...... . 4 11; i 2
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white ; . ... . . . . .
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LAST TIMES TODAY
Ml 111 I1L V. JLIf' 1 I
movie ! calendar! More
fun than a circus!
DUT "Fair Week" HSW
t down on your I I ' )l in 1 1
Philadelphia . . . . . .". .6 11 1
Batteries Murray, Ross, Work
man and PIcinlch; Romjnel and
Bruggy. ; J. ' t ' " .
CLUB PERCENTAGES I
PACmO COAST XEAQtTE
t Woa Uot Pet.
Sun Trnc!fo' .51 37 .580
Seattle .......L A... 4- 40 .543
Venioii - '45 ' 45 .500
Salt Laka , ) .500
8arramento ...'-.....s45 45 ..i0
(takland- - ..... 42 48 .467
PoCtland 1 41- 47 .4t
Lea Augele .i.... 40 50 .441
KATZOHAXt XXAGtTS i '
Won Loat Pet.
48 24 .fi57-
St. Louia ....
8 4 33
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60c and up
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the darkest cloud find
found , the silve lining'
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Regardless of tKs
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