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KEEP ABREAST OF DOINGS IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS DAILY IN ARTICLES BY STAFF WRITERS AND TWO NEWS SERVICES ON THIS PAGE
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, ' WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1921.
terdiiy, 3 to 0. , The Hops were unuhle
to find the offerings of Nlehiuitt nnd
Wiik ai kowltiymtU to K. C, &,
i'emier, Keltlnif only five hlt. Nil
hiaiH wim imovcd In the seventh, due
', T "i 4 '
Russian Invents Game Where
Plenty of Excitement Can be
Enjoyed; Sports Prevail.
MOHAN AM M AIITI.V MATt'in O.
SEW YOKIC. June 8. Frank Mo
run. I'lttshuru heav wclKlil. uml lioh
Murlln, A. K. K. hrnvywelKhl chimi
pjun, have been Matched fur u 15
round open nlr content liei'e, July l,
II whk announced yenterduy. Thin will
he Miiran'M flixt bout idnce he return
ed from KtiKhmd where he knoelui,
out Joe .lleckett last December.
f'ONSTANTINOi'l.K. June S. (A.
Tfl) Betting on cockroach rurvH Ik
one of the newest mpoiIh here. It
wan Introduced by a Huwdun who lum
JiiHt opened a hall where a man who
wuntM Home real excitement for hi"
money ran (ret results.
The hall In darkened at the moment
the race Is to besln. Then o mIiikIc
electric liht nt the end 1 u runway
Is turned on, and the cockroaches,
each In n, separate truc k, urn let looxe
from their caea to race for the lli?ht.
More reul, old-fashioned, non-professional
sport may he had hire than
In any other city of Kurope. This Is
. i . tl.o ..Ml.wi tr.i.itiM tit n,. 'm ,,M
ue in p... " "I July 2 will wear a while
;nmoxw wixh ovi:it maiitix.
XKW YoflK, June 8. (A.
Mike Gibbons of St. Paul scored a
technical knockout over Silent Mar
tin of Urooklyn last ninhl when the
referee halted their l.'i-round bout In
the loth 'on nil. .Martin was pujiished
severely but succeeded In keeping on
his feet. He was (troKK.v In the second
and eighth rounds also. Uihhons
welKhed 156 1-4 pouiuls and Martin
and sailor on stution here,
lur(je number of American and" Brit
ish civilians who have come out for
business since the armistice.
What the Itusslan refugees have
done" In the way of enlivening the city
with concerts, danchiK places and
queer restaurants, the other allies
have done in sportlntf lines.
In winter there Is wild boar, duck
and fox huntinic. There Is also, In and
out of season, plenty of horseback
riding; over the dirt rouds and un
fenced stretches of upland country on
both sides of the Ilosprorus. Horse
races are often held.
Both the British and the Americans
have luld out BOlf courses. There are
also a few teftnls courts
The trooplfund sailors within Uo
city have taken chumi) of i laiire
fleid neur Taxlm. In the center or
lera und there play football and base
ball matches. Yachting ""'I swim
ming are commonplace spoils open to
The nusslnns from the Hlack Hen,
Who ure accustomed to bathe naked,
have Increased the popularity of the
beuches, especially a fine strip of
sand on the Marmora north shore
known as Florida. There, without Vt
or hindrance, men, women and chil
dren, undress on the open beach and
bathe In costumes that seem quite
The Turks huve contributed chick
en fights to Hie International sports.
8ACTI AM KNTO. Cat., June S. (A.
P.) Sacramento won the opening
game of the series from Rilt I.nke yes-
(.I.OIK.KS HAS WIIITIC OXIX.
MANHAHHKT. X. Y.. June 8. (A.
P.I (ieoi ges t'arpentler, w hen he
steps into the ring at Jersey t'lty on
figures of a Japanese design. When
he shed the 'robe, he will "be seen
wle.irlng trunks of the same pattern
that he has used In all his latest bonis.
Pure white they will be with n blue
str.pe down the sides.
ni'.MPKKV I'l.AY M'AltDS.
ATLANTIC CITY, X, J.. June X.
Jack Uciiipsey spends a great share of
his Idle time mound his training camp
playing cards for his mental relaxa
tion. Dcmpsey Is virtually a prisoner
at his camp, he sees few persons out
side of newspaper men and seldom
ventures down town.
Pinochle, erlbbago and rhummy are
the favorite card games the champion
It was time
to wake up, all riht
20 for 20 ccnls
in mir- tight ptc km gea.
AIo tAU tumble in round
tint of 50 vacuum memled.
MY BRAIN was busy.
BUILDING AIR castles.
FOR I wasn't sleepy
FINALLY I dozed oft. ,
AND PROMPTLY dreamed.
THAT I was awake.:
BUT WOKE right up.
AND FOUND I was asleep.
THEN I got thinking.
OF A wonderful formula.
FOR MAKING cigarettes.
I PLANNED it all out
SO MUCH Turkish tobacco.
BLENDED JUST; so with Uutley.
AND OTHER Domestic leaf.
AND I knew that blend.
WO U 1,0 MAKE a hit.
I COULD Just see.
CROWDS OF happy people.
THRONGING INTO htoros.
TO BUY that cigarette.
THEN LIGHTING up.
SMACKING THEIR lips
AND SAYING, "Oh, Boy.
IT'S THE exaci copy.
. . t
OF THAT 'featllfy' hlend."
AND THEN I came to.
AND SAID to myself.
"THIS TIME you're dreaming.
WAKE UP, you darn fool.
WHY, THAT 'Satisfy' blend.
SIMFLY CAN'T ba copied."
THAT'S a fact the "Satisfy
blend'' can't be copied. It's ou
own secret putting those pood tu
Vvjcos together in a way that gives
you every last ounce of their fra
grance. You'll smack your lips over
Chesterfields. And remember you
can't yet "Satisfy" anywhere else.
COMEDY "SHOULD AW?FE COME BACK?'
KMAI.S III T AXtiKIK. j
SAX KltAXC'lSCO, June 8. (A. P.) j
t'rumpler was wild nnd uncertain yex-1
tenliiy so much no that the Ivm An- i
KeleH batters uliied away from the J
plale and Han KrnnriHro won, H to 3. j
tVumpler allowed only five hitH, and ,
these in the finit four innlnK". while
Olandnll wan touched up fur 12 afe
tie. Kamm hurt IiIh leg Hliding to
eecond In the Hixth Inning and retired
friun the game, I). Walsh succeeding
.t . " sS " XS
Ligcett & Myim Tobacco Co.
OAKS I.OS1: TO TKil'.HS.
US A.S(!KM:s, June R. (A. P.)
Vernon defeated Oakland here yester
day, 3 to 2. The w.'nntnn run was
scored In the Sevehlh Whert "Im-11 sin
gled, took second on u passed hall,
went to third on Chadhourne's out and
home on Hieh's sacrifice fly.
GRANDSON OF TOLSTI,
"C 1 ATYHTC , two weeks the "layout"
was complct- ;
ed. Houlette outfits, faro hanks, dice,
(ijime.s. the old fashioned cone-shaped j
RUSSIAN AUTHOR, REFUGEE
rOAlf aice boxes, stud poker tames, ami
1 lVVtl card monte tables, formed the princl-
j pai oe (traiein mr uie
and thousands ot dollars oi siam- i
T 1 , I niiriTTTtr niTin a r-WT-r TT- tut Trn 1 -r " T
IHIIir-iVlK, J"llJJ5 ASl.LUlM li llALl,"''V'''a"'"'anlIrtilotl1ecamp
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
800 Crates to
HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES
This hot weather is making the berry season
short, they are ripening fast and we suggest
that you order at once and protect yourself. The
price of good berries cannot get cheaper.
7 Phone 435
The lied, Wh.te and l ine mine i.-
At tlie Sln of a Service
-If It's on the Market We Have It"
In 1918 After 3 Days Married o,u ot hFme 'i''i iy ncorse
! Hedfish and his crew.
Life He Fled From Moscow,
Lost Track of His Wife.
ItciMK. Juno 8 ( A . P.) fount
Klias Tolstoi, a ttrandson of the fam
ous Russian writer, has just arrived
here after a Journey through China
and Japan, having escaped from the
llolsheviki. In I Din, after three days
of married life he had to flee from
Moscow because he "was condemned to
death and now he is in ignorance as to
whether his hride Is dead or alive.
He joined Admiral Kolchnk's forces
and fntiKhl anainst the Kolshevlki,
was stricken with typhus on three oc
casions and was nursed in the Ameri
can hospital at Omsk.
He said that his aunt, Catherine, Is
In prison at Moscow nnd another aunt,
Tatiana, Is a servant of a Bolshevik
Tolstoi predicts the sure and inevit
able death of ISolshevism either
thrniiRh demobilization or starvation
of the army. The rations of the .sol-
diets, he said, have been reduced to a
quarter of a pound of bread and one
eiKhth of a sausr.Re. He added that
i liussia could not now-a-days produce
even n needie.
1'i iis wot i n nixp Pt icni)
1'OliTLAND. June 8. on behalf of
the Portland l..dn of Klks. W. S. Sic
Kenney, exalted ruler, last niht tele
graphed to the Puehlo lodse offering
assistance. He. asked Insti uctionw in
case anything c'ould he done here, and
expressed the deepest sympathy for
the citizens of the stricken cit0
Furnishing the bar with bottles of
the old familiar type was a compara
tively easy task- for the property de
partment, however. More than l.to'"
bottles of all varieties were stored in
the property department's "dry" bar.
All that is necessary to make these
containers look real is a little colored
water or ginger ale.
Reliable mechanical attention given to your Ford
meana 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 CI1ILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
MINUS AUK l!KIIPI'M:i.
I .MAI.HICUU, Or., June 8. U P.I
ti)K idle mines in this section have
taken a new lease on life with renew
ed activity in many shafts alter a
j winter's Idleness.
I J. W. Sheridan, who has consider
able mining property near here.
several men come from linker to look
at his mines with a view to beginning
work in the near future. Several oth
er crews have been al work, shafts
are being retimbered, and camps er
ected for continued work throughout
MANY Tlllill l.S IX IMNtOTIIV
hai.ton's m:v photoplay
-TIIIC IDOI. OK Till-: XOKTM"
There are many tnrills In "The Idol
of the North," a Paramount picture
starring Porothy Pnlton, which' will
be shown at the Aita Theatre today
for. those who appreciate virile screen
plays. The author. J. t'larkson Miller
spins a fabric jof life in the Canadian
Northwest with its rough and ready
atmosphere of the days when gold
crowded the "trail'' to Alaska.
Much of the action of the story takes
place in the Aurora Boreaiis saloon
and dance hall of "Totem City" which
is modeled after Paw-son City famed
In the days of the gold rush. H is in
the Aurora B"rea!is that the "lost
arts" hist to this generation -of
gambling nnd drinking, form the pic-1
turesoue background for the work of
Miss Paltnn and the players associated
It was a difficult task for the prop
erty department of Paramount"? east
ern studio to gather the gambling
paraphernalia for the picture but after
sciuinnir New York and vicuuty for
TOM MIX, J'LI.M
" STAR. TOl'XI) SATAN
Tom Mix, the noted Fox film star,
had to make an exejxion to his well
known rule of training "all the horses
Hied in his productions, when he was
forced to find a big stallion to take
the part of Satan in "The Untamed",
made from Max Brand's novel of that
name and to be presented today at the
Mix had no idea it would he so hard
to find a horse with the essential rc
iiuirements. He delegated Pat Chris
man, his right-hand man on his ranch
at Maxville, to scour the surrounding
Chrismnn examined sSn horses, and
after a trip of more than sou miles re
turned, to the ranch unsuccessful. No
sooner had he returned than "Chick"
Chldrtn, 10c Adults, 35c
Adolph Zukof present .
FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY
THE HAY SEED ,
Morrison, of Santa Parbara, offered
his horse Poster for sale. Heports
about the horse looked so favorable
that Mix himself went to see the ani
mal. "Greatest horse for pictures I ever
saw,' was the star's comment aside to
Ohrisman. "Oct him at once." Bust
er was purchased.
The horse is said to do some mar
velous stunts under his daredevil mast
er in "The rntamed."
Dr. Lynn K. Rlakeslee
Cbronlc and Nervoti Dtease an
Diseases of Women. T Ras Electrii
Temple Pldc. Room 1)
Phone 21-W P. O. Rot S.V
DR. O. 0. FLETCHER, Jr.
Located permanently with Nye-Ward
Shoe Co. lon't suffer with your feet.
Call 19:t-J for Appointment at
DR. C. H. DAY
PtiyslciBa ami Surgeoa
Room 21 and 26 Smlth-Crawfor
Telaohnna Tn Rea. T4I-R
Shorn r I.onirrr
ion 'mi wnlK in comfort; so do stn,k-
Ings. A package of Allen's Koot-Kiiso
.inlifuniie powtlt-r to siiake Hun rh-
hns nnd unriiilil in the font-bath
trivt1 you t tin t "old shro" cotnlort hih! (
l!:vf a wear. A lien's Knot-Kase inn Hop
: jrh t or m v shots fe-l oay. ln(inpj
can woiir shoos mn si.p snmllrr by
ahaklntf mime A lion's Koot-Kase in
each shoe in the morning. So hi every-j
'THE LOST CITY'
RUTH OF THE
ON WITH THE
Cin' and COUNTRY
Night or Day.
Res. Ptionc 378-R
I a. m. to i p. m.
In All Brancbea.
Buy your Canning Berries
while the price is right
SERVICE Pendleton, Ore.