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DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1021.
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TO MAKE IT THREE
Crew is Getting: Into Shape at
Poughkccpsic June 22; Vic
' tors in Football and Track.
- NEW yHK, Juno 10. (Henry L.
, Fnrrull, U. I'. Bluff CorrcHpondeiu. )
Klfflit young hunk lea will lia.e.
chance in l'ouglikecpale Juno 22 lo
jnuko California the biggest noise vt
the collegiate yeur.
If the California crew iuccecds in
winning tlia row Inn cliainpiDiishlpM, It
will make three victories In the biggest
classic of the season.
A football championship, a truck
championship and a rowing champion
ship In a row would give the Pacific
const mute something to crow about
California's victory over Ohio's KfHte
football team, of course, win Die cause
of great Jubillation on the coast, but
the recent uchievcniont In winning the
track and field crown from the vi
beat In the earn, probably meant much
The coast wan tired of having the'r
feat on the home track and field
laughed at by the ct with mile kern
about "trick watches, pet Judge, start-em-'
and the like, ho when California
team came cant with a bure hunUful
men and beat tho east oil II own ml)
It meant mere thun an ordinary vic
Wine follower of uthlctlca figured
the California team u having a great
chance for the track championships
when they looked ofcr the well bal
anced team that was being Kent, It
turned out JuhI a wan expected. Cali
fornia won, not through any Individual
brilliancy, hut through the consistent
work of the whole team.
Tho California crew which l to row
In the I'oughkecpsle regatta will have
anything but an euay time to uphold
the prcHiige or tno count on tno east
The world's chminplon navy erew
hud moat of Ita cockiness knocked out
by losing to I'rlncoton In an curly r:ico
und can ho counted upon to paddle u
hind ruee. '
Columbia perliapa 'will be the hard-!
eat to beat. Tho New York university I
has one of tho heHt clews of the sea- I
Hon. Cornell and fcyracuso also can be
counted on for a good performance lis
they nre both being primed for thut
Keott weakened in tho 12th Inning to
day, walked three men In a row forc
ing In Carroll who had Mingled, and
Los Angeles took the game from Fun
Francisco, 1 to I). The contest was
featured by brilliant plays, Caoeney,
Hun Francisco shortstop, was the lead
ing hitter of the game, getting a triple,
a double and a single in five times up.
i,k;iitwi:k;iits iikak cw.
(IK HAT FAUX. Mont., J"n
(A. !. Monk Kowler of New r
leuns, and Kurl France of California,
lightweight, will fight on tho head
line curd In the next American Leg'on
boxing card In tiieat Falls act for June
ZD, Tele liross. (ireat Kalis middle
weight, and Kid Kuvage of Cleveland
will meet In tho seml-windup.
HIK.VCII UA1 J. g.mi;h.
MAYBXCE, Juno 10. (A. I'.) The
standing of tho intcr-allied Rhine
forces Jn the Olympic games now In
progress follow: French 8 points;
Ilriltoh ; Amoricun 4; Uelglan i. The
French won the &000-mclvr run, with
the Hrlllsh second, I'elglana third and
Americans fourth. The French de
feated the Americans In the tug of
SI'AI.S ;irr HIKM'.K
HAN FltANCI.SCO, June 10. (A.
I'.) Brnle Shore, right-handed pitch
er, formerly with the New York Am
ericans and until two weeks ago with
Vernon, has been secured by tho Han
Francisco Pacific Coast league club,
Manager Charley Grahaf announced
today. Oraham said he negotiated
with the Yankees for Shore who -was
returned to them by Vernon on ac
count of having a sore arm.
TAKKS 13 INNINGS.
KAt'HAjf ENTO, Cul.. June 10. (A.
P.) fait Lake defeated Sacramento.
to t. In a thrilling 13-lnnlng context
hero yesterday. The Bees tied thp
count In the ninth after a spurt In the
sixth and eighth Innings had put them
within striking distance.''
AXUKIJt WIN IX I2TH
OAKLAND, June 10. (A.
MKTIIOKM IX IJl-MJMItY
PACItAMENTO. Cal., June 10. (U.
I'.) The poet who sang about east
being eust and west being went wan a
wise man, according to C. H. Morrill,
state superintendent of criminal iden
Iflcalton. Melt iodn In everything vary
between cast and west, Morrill said to
c'ay. "Take burglars for Instance," he ex
plained. "The eastern burglar either
'.ihools a lock' or smashes a glass win
now, The- western burglar plcka an
open window or a door to make his'
'The eastern burglars who winter In
California are all going home now. Af
ter, April we seldom have a typical
Avayf nth an top
Here's a Style for. You no
MenfromI7to 70; (inequal
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an undeniably (mart model
Ask vova maw
rastern burglary In California. The
Native Son yeggs have a monopoly
during the nummcr."
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FRUITS AND PRODUCE
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AltAII LAMP SOU)
LONDON, June 10. (A. I.) An
Arab glass lamp of the 14th century
formed part of the late Morgana H.
Williams' collection of arms and nr
mor was sold here recently tor 2,600
The lamp beurs inscriptions from
the Koran while another Inaeriptiot
has been translated as "Power and
might to our Lord and Hultan. Pro
lector of the World and Religion."
WIUJAM COLLLEU STAIM
IX XKW KULKCT PICTIHE.
THE SKRVANT OIKSTIOX"
William Collier, affectionately re
ferred to throughout the country as
"Willie." and whose record In stage
history discloses thut he helped make
laughing a pleasure; has capitulated
to motion pictures. Heretofore only
those theatregoers who patronize
spoken comedy have had opportunity
to see and hear Collier, but, beginning1
today lie will be shown at the Alta
Theatre In "The Servant Question, ' a
Select Picture which transfers the In
fectious Collier humor from stage to
The stage career of Collier has been
marked by i ne success after another.
He has been a player since childhood,
and made h!s first appearance, in it
children's opera company, playing "H.
M. 3. Pinafore." He was a member of
the famous Daly company vt Daly e
Theatre. Among some of the suc
cesses in which he appeared wero "The
Man from Mexico," "Take ,My Advice,"
"On the Quiet," "The Dictator,"
"Nothing but the Truth,'- and "Caught
in the Rain."
"The Servant Question" is a photo
play which gives Mr. Collier opportun
ity to solve many problems besides
that of domestics In his Inimitable,
laugh-provoking and rlb-tickllng man
ner. Hi "cleans up" crooked card
Knmcs, Impersonates a butler,
runs down some international gem
thieves, and wins "the only girl"
and all In this liesColller-esiiuc man
ner. In the east is also his son. "Bust
er" Collies, Armnnd Cortes, Virginia
I-coiiiul llapley Holmes. Dell llender
son directed the production.
IS ilNIXY CAST
. ix beau m:vra,"
Florence Vidor. who plays the lead
ing feminine role In the latest Para-
I mount-lnce picture, "lteau Revel,"
which comes to the Arcade Theatre to
day, is cast to excellent advantage as
Nellie Stcllc, the hub of the conflict of
( 1 ;m: ;" o : y
LOUIS J. SELZNECK PRESENTS
The Servant Question
l Comedy Romance Adventure
" COMEDY: ,
FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "A RECKLESS ROMEO.
Singing and Dancing Change Act,
TOOTS AND PAL
Comedy, Novelty, Assisted by a
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THE SPECTACULAR WESTERN DRAMA
An Extraordinary Offering, Rich in Action and Thrills
WHY CHANGE YOUR MRS.? .
emotions between Beau
trayyd bv Lewie Stone, and Dick Itcve!
enacted by Lloyd hughes. Miss Vidcr
distinctive beamy and rare gut 01 iei
aoitality contribute a wealth "of Inter
cut to the new super-drama, which is
considered by many to be the most ab
sorbing of Louis Joseph Vance's narra
tives. While Miss Vidor has been starred
and featured in a number of success
ful productions during the past few
years, no previous photoplay has af
forded her a characterisation nor a
background comparable to "Hca-i
ia.-t " iniu..(t In ihe action of the
plav are many -wonderfully vivid I
scenes of New York's night life in tho
old days when Broadway was "wide I
open" and the whole tenderloin joined
in an ow' of wine, women and somt.
'.'fieau Revel" was directed by John
O. Wray, tinder the personal supervi
sion of Thomas II. Ince. The support
is practically of all-star calibre.
IvlPLlXt. S "OITIAWKD'-
" Ilichard KiPlinK seems to havej
scored again with his elaborate picture
production of Alvtn J. NelU's "Out
lawed," If the enthusiasm of tho large
audience. which witnessed its premier
at the Pastime Theatre can be taken
as a criterion. Starting out with the
advantage of having a really clever
plot and one that cannot be fisured
out In advance even by tho most ex
perienced picture fan. this exception-il
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i most exacting audience.
With the picturesque little town of
I Slorra Madre as its locale and a secret
i band of desperate cattle thieves as the
prime movers in furnishing the excite
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opens. A beautiful girl, played by the
charming Carlyn Wagner, soon dis- :
vera that her own father, through'
some secret pledge," Is not tho respect-
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If he Js captured, the daughter uses
her charms to make the guardian of
me law her devoted admirer. What
ie her surprise, however, after she has
not only succeeded In making the 1
stranger fall In love with her but he.s :
also fallen desperately In love with
him. when she learns that her lover Is j
Just as strongly Involved with the des-;
ueradocs as hi her father. How the ,
criminals are brought to Justice, the
honest men come Into their own and I
the broken hearts are mended, makes
an exceptionally tripping drama, while
the opportunities arrorded for big j
spectacular effects are taken udvant-1
age of with excellent results. j
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