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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1921.
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Loving: Cup Handicap Shoot Not
Decided on Account of Tie
Between Three High Shots.
lly breaking- 4 out of a 'powiilile
fid titrxeU ul Colllna I'nrk yeHtenlay,
John A. 1'eterHon, a rltim fl Hhooter,
wna awarded the American lYap.
shooting HBKorlallo.i I rciliy. Second
hltfh nifin of I hp day wax Omer O.
Steven wild a acore of id. and thin
record entitled him to the Mer
chant)!' prize, a hnnilnotne (tame cnrv.
lux act preMented hy Ceo. liner I o..
for f'luHii A iilioolri'H
Chnrlc Hiv!"ml won the Martin
riel Klven h J. U.- KBteH for the win- I
li.T in C'Iiiks II, Hir wore wiim 43. !
A nie.-lal tvept wan the handlcin
ul .ol for the SWnefer Jewelry nt ire
(told and sljvnr l-'tng cup. IT j t v-nt
nded III ll lie. f.ee Miitbu-lr II
Htlllman a 114 D. V. Ilownian each j
breaking 21 tarife'H The winner of
the event will le decMc I ti ,1 (' -"fr
n.t n future rlnte.
The th that rpBiiltert nl Sunday
in I'liiR for the trophy that was of
fered hy the ThompMnn lruir Ci.
cnulil he derided ycnterday an account
of the nbsenee of Marlon llan'ill whu
attended li t Yakimn ahoot. John Me.
Nurlln noil tiny Matlork are the other
two of the tying trio.
KollowinK are the HcnrcK In the f,0
tnrifet nhoot for the A. T. trophy nnd
for the merchant' prlr.e:
Shot nt Broke
John I'etemon tn
diner Stevem 60
1-ep Matlork 50
D. C. llorwnian f.O
II. J. stillman 60
f.uy Matlork 60
Chan. Homeland 60
Plnlii Kirkpntrirk Un
Karl fotitta 50
John McXurlin 60
J. H. Daley f.n
Pd Ha urn 6 a
It. M. Tannler 60
E. Kirkpatrirk 50
ieo. i. Ilaer 60
Sperial event, the Shnefep Jewelry
Store Handicap, prize. Hllver and (told
IMcp Shot nt Itn.kp
I'e Matlock,... 20 yd 26 23
D. (. Itowman, 20 yd 25 21
II. J. Htilimnj.-4ft 25 2.1
Sol Haum 20 yd 25 21
John McXurlin 20 ydM 25 "1
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
A Real Grocery Store
And Meat Market
There's quite a distinction between the common
garden variety stores and ours. Ours was built to
render 100 per cent service. First and foremost is
the high quality of food we offer and second is the
care we take in getting it to you. If you aren't a pa
tron of this store you're missing a real treat.
Phone 455 At'llie Sign of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have If
Reliable mechanical attention given to your Ford
means more service from your car and less cost in its
operation. Let us take care of your car. We have
the mechanics who know how and use only the genu
ine Ford materials and only ask the fixed, standard,
Ford factory prices. As you value the use of your
Ford see that it is kept mechanically right.
JACK CHILDS, Foreman
fieo. C. Uaer . . 16 'h 25
P. Ktrkpatrlc-k 20 yd 26
Omer Klcven .20 il 25
John Peterson .18 yd 26
J. It. Daley . . .20 yds 2.'.
Ouy Mutlork ..20 yclH 2.1
Chun. Jlnnnlnnd.18 yd 25
rt. M. Tunnled .10 Ih 2.1
Kurl rm.liH ...20 yd 21
(ISY THF, KTAIT)
iiImou fanned, ell wot?
Ilanley had hard luck, too. Only
lip five tiniPh and (rot five hit, one
of them being a home run.
You've got tn hand it to thai hunch
of WeHlon boy. They're not Ty Cobb
or Italic Kuth when It tome to play
liik hall, hut they are a ood clean
i'iiuiuK ii' vjeni ui inn riiiim
Uirry Duff K"t a,' hit!
And pulled a honer when he Rot
ea light between third and the plate.
Ilanley In at the top of the haltlriR
And Pendleton h:i.H a
""" "v aimight
Helix next Sunday.
way Sid William alternated
Bpeedy one nnd (dnw ball alternated
Weton boy bliniT trying to figure
N l im 1
SALT LAKE CITY, t tah, May 30.
(A. P.) Portland nnd Salt Lake
divided a double header Sunday f
teruoon. The loralx won the first
game. 10 to 4 and the visitors the
Herond 12 to 7. The Hee clinched
the opener when they got to Poison
for lx run In the eighth Inning.
In the kccc nrt game Kalllo gave a re
inni kable exhibition of effectiveness i
in emergencies. Four time tlie Bees
filled the haxe and failed to wore. In 1
one inning, with the hnse full, Kallio
struck out fravath. Strand and Lynn
in succession. Salt 1-nke had seven
teen men left on base In the second
game. The Beaver have won four
games of the seven played. There
will be 11 double header tomorrow.
m tt kt
vanki:ks ih:at japs.
TOKIO, May 30. (A. P.) The
opening game of the -baseball series
between the I'niverslty of California
and the Kelo team yesterday was won
hy the Cullfornian. It to 2. Kdwnnf
ltell, American charge d'affaires,
pitrhed the first ball.
SERVICE Pendleton, Ore.
SPORT BULLETINS !
i Aiti.i rr v. ;s own ji.vitm:.
1 OAKLAND, fnl.. May 30. (A. i'.)
I CacliiK a xhutoiit when the ninth In-
nliijr opciHd yesterday moinlni;, Oiik
ilunil maurd a ImttliiK rally and won
from San Kiaiiclsco 4 to 2. Adldt
won his own (runic with a doulile to!
lelt fieht, worlnK '.he two wlnnlUK
run after two men were out and the
Wore lied. When San f'rnnclMco
icame to hat In the ninth, Arlott hIiow
ed Mirns of weakenliiB hy walking the
firm mill., lie wiim replaced hy Al
ien, who retired the Sun Franlcxcanx
in one. two-three order. O'fonnell (rot
u home run In the nlxth with a drive
over the ri(tlit fence.
Ha a Ha
I K.I Its TAKi: PAIIt
Los ANGL'LK.S. May 3u. A. I'.)
-Vernon won both iraine of a double
I heiider with Sejittle hern yesterday, 3
and k to 3. in the nrm comei
j,n0 Tieon, mude the ileilitlmt run In
j tnf . olKth Inning on three ulniileH and
imorlflce. hi the second same the
IsiwimheM took the. lead In the Heventh
when Kldred hit u homer with two
men on haNCH. u the second half of
th inning the Tigerx came buck with
five ruiiK on u walk, a Mingle, two
louhcn nnd a triple, clinching: the
context. The Heries, which will close 1
with a double header tomorrow, now
Htiimlx four to three In favor of Se
at t lo.
V 5 Jk W
AMi:iil('AS WIN TLNNIS.
ST. I'lit n, Krance. May 3c. (A.
P. I Americ iiB Wfin a clean victory
in the necond rouno yesterday of the
world'R hard court tennl champlon
Hhip. William T. Tllden, American
and British grass court rhaniplon de
feated I lie Spanish expert.
rhiMuer, in u four xet match.
Molla Bjurstedt Mallory ami
Slgonrney of the American contingent
won their matches handily. Tllden
nominated in the match In which he
and Arnold Jonex met the French
champion, jean namazepiun, ann .0.
N IK Hi h
Fal.'p pearls, to the amount of near
ly 11 million dollars' worth have been
imported hy lxindon Jeweler from Ja
pan. The pearls are produced by live
oysters rovpring a mother of pearl
bead with a thin veneer exactly resem
bling the true oriental pearl. It is Im-
j possible to espose the falte except by
I breaking the gem which Is an expen
j sive process. Further importations
I an prohibited.
Ai: AIM' Sl.NUAY AND MUX DAY
WHAT WOl l.D vor DO
II Yor HAD TO SPFXD
A .MILLION' A YEAH?
While most of n are struggling
along trying to lay a few dollars on
the shelf for a rainy day, alonr; conies
a fellow who suddenly receives a gifi
of a million dollars. No sooner has
he recovered from the shock of that
j surprise than another Interested party
offers him five million If he will spend
! the other kind gentleman's donation
j within a year and is broke at the end
of that time.
But cheer up, you who are inclined
to get discouraged. This didn't really
i happen, hut It does form nop nf the
i most unique situations of '"Hiewi'ter's
: Millions'' which will be shown at the
j Arcade Theatre next Sunday and
I Monday with Hoscoe t Fatty I Ar
I buckle, the noted comedian, in the
j starring role.
j Betty Boss Clark, who supported
j Mr. Arhuekle in "The Traveling Sales
i man," Is again his leading woman In
I this picture.
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Al.TA SIXDAY AND MONDAY
ITI.L CIIOIM S DANCI S
IN OXK I'tLM SCI'.XF.
It v;is necessary to obtain and re-
General Adelbert Korfanty leader
of the rollsh InBurgenU In Upper
glteila. He ha entered that terri
tory, determined to retain Silesia for
Inland, despite the recent plebiscite
that av the diitrtct W (Jermwiy.
Girl'' Breaks Another Record
hearse a full ch rns for the stage
Hcene In which Alice Brady appear
a Flo Maddix, a Broadway show girl
In '(lot of the Chorus," her latest
Ttealart production. The chorus was
rarefullv eelecteil by Herbert Blaehe,
directing the picture, who was as cril-
ini 1 in hix choice of types of beautiful
young women as the producers of any
of the Broadway roof attraction.
The plot demands churns numbers
of particular nature and the chorus
and principal who appear in the staee
scenes were rehearsed to the niusie uf
The High Sign
A great, throbbing picture of a girl's life in New
York's famous artist colonv.
Rtihcmian Life in Now York
In gill' aliiielic
event for other
college Ui (hoot '
at t the popular
indoor and outdoor
sport at Lake Lrie
ville o Surah
Taylor -4utovel of
Cunlon .. in the
recent annual Held
meet, lowered the
record for the 120
yfcjd low hw-dle
from Id econl to
Id 16 neconda T)u
college bold seven
a large orchestiV
In two scenes Mis Brady appear
dancing with John Hughe, of the
fenmus team, Adelaide and Hurhes.
A new dance number was created for
Miss Brady and Mr. Hughes and is
shown in the scene when Flo has re
turned to the xtaae to earn the price of
her husband's defense in hix ap
proaching trial for murder. The
scenes were filmed at a Broadway
theatre and a host of super-numerar-is
were hired to represent the audi
ence. Adults, 20c
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and Oxfords with mi
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Ladies' 2 strap Pumps
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"Out of the Chorus" will he shown
I at the Alta. Theatre for two days be.
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"Out of the Ciiorus"
A jreiiu;' i? story in 11 of thrills and tense moments,
charged witfi manv a dramatic scene and situation.
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21-2 POUNDS S1.00
f POUNDS $2.00
Host Cofl'tr Value on llic Market.
REST RUTTEK, pound 35c
Pest Crepe Toilet Paper, 3 rolls 23c
Crisco 1V. lbs. 40c; 3 lbs. 70c; 6 lbs. $1.23
Wessons Oil pint 33c; quart G3c; gal. $1.20
Olympic Pancake Flour, large pkg., 3 for ..$1.00
Tomatoes, 2 cans 23c
Hills Red Can Coffee, 1 pound 48c
Carnation Milk, 7
Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 93c
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Children's White Can
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