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DAILY EAST OREGON IAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1920.
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Seven Veterans of 1919 Will
Vie With Three New Stars
for Places on Five That
Looks Like Champion.
InterclaM basketball will ho the
leading article In sport at Pendleton
hlKh nchuol this week. Monday, De
cember S, will nee practice for the hlKh
school firm team tnatiKurated, tinder
Coach Dirk Hanley.
Nu letter winners will he allowed to
play In the claxx games. They will he
Ringed primarily to bring out promis
ing talent for the first Npiad In the
His absence from the squud will cost
It a Rood uard but Coach Hanley
hopes to develop some good material
from the larxe sound which he will
take In hand a week hence.
Hill Kramer, Kenneth Htendal and
Myron Ilunley are all as good at lias-
Kethall an tit footnall, their records
show. Kterulal, If anythlnK, Is a bet
ter man at the Indoor game, All three
of these boys are recognised aH stars,
Htendal and Hanley having been nam
ed all Eastern Washington high school
selection! In Spokane Inst fall. Tlui
former played for Lewis & Clark high
and the latter for North Central high,
Hanley Is a center; Htendal a for
ward and Kramer a guard. With these
three men, Jjiwrence and Cnhlll, n
pretty swift outfit could Im- formed.
Hevnral of the local boys are alw of
sufficient speed to fit In mighty well
unywhere with these five.
Miihh Conic A her Holidays
dimes probably will nirt he played
with outside fives until after the
Christmas holliluys. The locals believe
that they can come very nearly cop
ping off slate honors In this game as
well as In football and word' from
various classes. A score or more of south hill Is that the fans will huve
possible first string men are eitpected the opportunity of seeing some high
lo show In the class series.
Seven vi-ternns from the 1819 lenm
re In sellout at present and will again
bid for placet. Three stars from the
champion football team will also I.e
out for tha Indoor game. A merry
scramble for the five positions open on
the team Is anticipated.
Oahlll and Ijuinni? Hack
Charley Cahlll, forward on Inst
year's team, In expected to be one of
the regulars again this year. He Is
fast, has lots of endurance and Is an
accurate shot, Ijiwrenr Warner, also
a letter winner from last year's five,
will don the gym suit and the rubber
soled ahoea for the season.
Dick Laurence, who plays center
both In football and basketball, Is out
to grab off thnt place again this rail.
Dick looked promising last yeor as s
freshman and with the benefit of u
football season and some first class
coaching this basketball seasn. should
fit In permanently somewhere on the
Ken Slmnnton end Saunders, both
of whom took part In games last Ben
son, and Harold Houser, who snbbe l
long enough to win a letter, are other
local boy who are believed certain to
turn out for the team.
Jens Terjeson. who has starred all
season as a font ball man and last fall
was one of the mainstays of the bas
ketball squad, Is In school but present
plans are for hla taking a lay-off from
athletics during the remainder of the
winter. He hue beeo advised' to lake
I easy and build tip his blood which.
-r rrniraiwnw-tiiminil . dnwn
"mm powomng during the
class basketball ere the spring cbl-
nuoks remove the snow from the Ithiej
Jack McAuliffe Tells of 74
Round Bout for Which He
Did Not Get One Cent in Con
trast to Lightweights Now.
NKW YfiP.K, Nov. (By Henry
I.. Karrell, v. P. Staff Correspondent.) :
"Talk about being hit a wallop, I'm I
ai'Cit groggy from readln' a paper. 1 1
see where Willie Jackson wants $f.l.-1
Olio for a chance to win the lightweight j
championship." ' j
"Jackson wants a young gold mlnei
for n chance at a title that would bring j
him a fortune. He wants close to a j
11,000 B m'mite for meeting Leonard i
In a fifteen-round hunt. Back In Nov..
1SH7. 1 fought 74 rounds with Jim
Carney In Revere, Muss., ajid didn't j
siet a red cent. Early in the same year j
1 went !S rounds with Harry (illmur i
SficVfcfej dnrpA B4n Jvujt (jorfc!
HERE WE ARE, PETE! Wednesday night
Camped once more in the plumb centre of our
old stamping grounds rubbing elbows with the
roaring racket and running flush into more electric
displays, blazing posters and smashing signs that
sound the joys of Camel Cigarettes than you'd
lever ueneve coma oe jammed into one town I
When I hit Broadway this p. m. I'd said the
Reynolds folks had transplanted "Camel City"
right up here!
It seems like all New Yorkers have adopted
Camels as their own personal brand ! And, Pete,
since this is the original speed town it's only what
you expect when you see 'em carry a package of
Camels in each coat pocket. If their right hand
is busy, they dig out their left hand deck they
just won't lose time getting a Camel lighted!
.That's the gait around here, old thorobred I
And, Peter, the New Yorker has his own A-l pet
, reason why he's so keen for Camels. For instance,
Doc Marshall will bet his car on Camels aualitv
against any cigarette in the world! Bill James
says to me" Shorty, there never was mild, mellow
body like Camels." And, as for Dan Boggs he
spills it that Camels are the only cigarette free
from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or ciga
rettyodor! And, he knows! Frank Frazer will
tell you it's Camels wonderful Turkish and Do
mestic blend! And all of them are right!
And, Pete, old proof-of-the-pudding you tell
'em that Missouri hasn't anything on little old ,
New York when it comes to that "show me" stuff,
on cigarettes or anything else !
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j QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION !
We serve our customers only the best quality beef
priced right, even though the price may be cheaper
than you are paying elsewhere you need not be
alarmed for the quality is in it just the same.
Cleanliness is our watchword and one glance into
our store will show you that we are livi tg up to our
aims for we have the cleanest stock of both meats
and groceries to be had in Pendleton.
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market .We Have It"
EH . . I&
Washington State College's-victor!-o'ls
football U'um. en route home to
I'ullman, W'ush., this morning tarried
in 1'enilleton long enough to partake
of breakfast. Akiny of the heroes
were met at an early hour ly former
college mates and fraternity brothers,
who foroke'l'read with them. The boys
were in fine spirits after winning over
the University of Nebraska on Thanks
giving day at Uncoln.
While one lonely point serarcited
the two teajiis when the final whistle
blew, the Cougars feel that thai mur
Igln meant a whole lot. They are sat
I Lifted that they had the measure of the
I Missouri Valley eleven and that their
victory was well earned. The Xebrns
i kans once led 20 to 7 but their, over-
1 confidence paved the way for a west
Karl Dunlap, center on the team,
was elected captain for 1921 In an
election held by the letter winnern
while between Denver and Cheyenne
on Saturday. Dunlap has had two
years as a varsity regular and is the
general choice of porting written up
and down the coast for the berth of
all-Coast conference center.
Neither Coach tins Welch nor Ath
letic Director Kred Itohler were with
I the boys when they arrived here this
j morning. Uolh left the party In the
! middle west Gohler taking train for
San Franciwo to attend a meeting and
Welch visiting in the middle west.
The special car carrying the Cougars
arrived here on No. IS during the
night and was attached to No. K this
morning for Coll'ax where the team
will be met and escorted to Pullman
this afternoon. ....
hwoetheart of her school days. It Is j many accomplishments, tvas cho to
rolo entirely different from that of
"Roweni' in "You Never Can Tell."
but affords Miss Daniels even better
opportunities for the clever fun-making
which is always a feature of her
appearances on tha screen.
Wa.ter tilers Is even more amusing
than usual as the serious-minded one
time sweetheart who is thrown Into a
terrible panic when It looks as If he
If. to be "vamped" out of a perfectly
conventional marriage. And of course
Harrison Ford makes his usual big hit
in the straight leading role of the
Clever direction has brought out
the f.iiA liri:nlu nf Ihn rtluir In onion.
did fashii n. For this due credit be
kiigs to JIauricc Campbell, the fam
jr.'is .tae director who Is now making
I Itealart motion pictures. Edith Ken
Jncdy prepared the scenario. "Oh
'Lady Lady" will remain at the Alta
! tneutre lor two days.
PASTIME SVXDAY. AXD MOXDAV
CAR WESTON MOUNTAIN
Aum latt of week. The are extra fine, well ma-
; hired, beit winter keepers. While they last
100 lbs. $2.00
Danish Butter, pound --
(Made in Wallowa, Oregon)
IMtOFOSK V.MUS IXIIt C.AMKS. .
1'AUIS, Nov. 211, (A. 1'.) The
French Olympic committee has decid
ed formally to propose that the 1H24
games be held in l'aris.
ixr.niAXT Rt:i'csi:n to tirs
mihtk Foit maih;k kkxxk.dy
"fainting the lily" is no more diffi
cult a job than painting an elephant
especially when the owners of said ele
phant expressly stipulate that the
elephant, is not to lie painted, as li
the case of tie one used in Madtje
Kennedy's new lioldwyn picture, "The
'lucminB Angel," which conies to the
Pastime Theatre for two days, coin
In the story which was written by
Wallace Irwin, plucky "Floss" gets an
elephant and has it painted to adver
tise her cold cream "Angel Bloom."
it was easy to obtain an elephant
from a iVis Angeles soo, but not so
easy to have him appear pink. Direc
tor Schertzlngcr and the camera men
and property men racked their brai.is.
Not many people want a white ele
phant on their hands, but these peo
ple did, and the owners of Kno, the ele
phant would not permit her to be
v.hite-wnshed or painted. fin they
tried covering her wilh flour. Hut
ahout the time she was nicely' coated.
Kno would shake her hide as though
sho was doing a shimmy, and off
would come all the flour!
It kept a lore of property men
busy all morning applying fresh flour.
F.no developed a liliing for the stuff
and kept sucking It off with her trunk.
portray Rachel - Hay ne. and charK:in?
Wanda Kawley plays an equally im
portant feminine part.
Jack Holt, who will be rememberel
for his work in Tourneur "The Life
Line," and also In "Victory" does his
Ust work In this picture, while Rob
ert Cain plays the heavy with his usual
ecellent skill. Waiter Hiers, the funny
tat boy actor, supplies the necessary j
comedy. Other important players are
Josephine Crowell, Lillian Leighton.
Robert Brnwers and C. H. Oeldart.
"The purpou of tyU h to
get your money toe thing
you don't netd."
' A little of the money wasted
on stvle would be better invested
in good dentistry. Clothes go out
of style, but good teeth never
have and never will. No matter
what kind of elothes you wear
or what colors, white teeth al
ways match them. ...
Exercise the toothbrush, have
vour teeth cared for according to
the E. R. Parker System, and you
will be in style without looking
in the fashion magazines.
When you think of. TEETH,
think of PARKER.
Rtghltrtd Den fob Vihit
E. R. PARKER
, Tr. ' Robert " Pat-:
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Jack Holt Agnes Agres 7
Wanda Haiuleij and Lewis Stone
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WITlf A SI PKltH CAST
lli:I.D llY TDK KMCMY"
in-'. rTii-ii-s si'.itKi'.v
With clever, buMiliiiR. fun runnlnsl
IhrouBhout the whole piece and play- Another of William Gillette's Rem?
era of exceptional popularity to in-1 0r tne American stage will . henutlfy
terpret the principal roles, there Is j thp siVershcet when It is shown at the
little wonder that "Oh l.ady Lady," Arcado theatre Sunday and Monday,
which opens nt the Alia theatre Pun- -Held liy the Enemy." was one or
(Niy will be well received. tMO greatest of American dramas, and
Henlurt has done a splendid thing (n itM scieen form it is said to he even
In transforming- to the screen the
more vivid and Rrlpplni; than the play
r'ch humor of the famous musical I itself.
ci-medy by Uolton and Wodchotise, I "Held by the Enemy," is a drama
which played so successfully a few I nf tense emotions and btK, vital, human
year aso. And certainly they picked j sltuatlona a story of love and loy
three ideal fun-makers In nllottin nlty and unselfishness, hate ana
the main roles to Hebe Daniels, al- j treachery and human passion. It Is
ways an appealinK lime amp .jfiited with powerful moments and the
Sii i Hlers. cleverest of fat comedians;
and Harrison j-oro, ine very popuim
Jltss Daniels' is altogether dcliBht
f nl as the younir musical comedy ac
ress who Ih accused of "vamplnk"
underlying theme depicts the triumph
of love and dcxotlnn.
There are many, biff, striking roles
iln "Held by the Enemy. Lew
i Stone, well known New York actor,
i takes the part of Captain Cordon
when ahe attempts to help out the fat jnajne. Agnes Ayres, an actress
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