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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 16, 1921.
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California University to Get
block the earth has been broken offi
cially, the trees cut down, a cookhouse
erected and preparations mad for the
neuron of moil coming Bonn. In a short
time bin steam shovela will ho cutting
I down to a level twenty three feet be
low ihe present surface and piling the
Idlit high on the sides for seat. Wood-
Jen scats will be put on the emlmnk.
nienlH lit first nnd will te replaced hy
(concrete later. The stadium will neat
' approximately ,85, two.
Five teBt pits were dun nn Ihe mo-
Equipment and Buildings to '!llm HlUl ""ine mnn,h " fflnrt
enrth piled around tbejn to determine
Maintain Honor in Sports, the nature of the soil and Ihe natural
. ' drainage conditions. II wan found
HTA.VFOUp UN'lVEilBITY Oal., that Ihe soil la largely of Band and
June Three new athletic projects j provides almost perfect natural drain-
a basketball pavilion, a huge athlel- an. To provide against any drainage
Ic stadium and several tennis courts j problems which may arise later, a
are being built thla summer on the. slump will he dug at one end nf the
Stanford University campus. ; field from which water can be pump-
All will be completed In time for In- ed.
tercollcglute contents during the next : Count ruction of the stadium will be
lehool yeur and Stanford hopea to alone lines firm planned by Professor
dedicate them with victories. The O. II. Wing of the Btnnford engineer,
stadium will be used for the first t urn lug department back In 1007. At
when Btonford artd Ihe rnivernity of ,thal time the Yale Unlveralty bowl.
California piny their football "hlg , which in of nlmllar construction, m
(tame" here November 10. not planned, nnd engineers any the
On the alte of the new studiuni, '. almllarity nf Ihe two plana show that
which la eo.iinl In size to four city th'n type of structure la excellent.
'NERVES' MEAN THAT
No Credit - to Slugging Men
That They Get on Edge for
Combat, 'Like Race Horse.'
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AND HIS OWN COMPANY IN
A WONDERFUL ROMANCE ON THE TRAIL OF A
, VANISHING BANKROLL.
COMEDY "HE'S IN AGAIN"
(By Jnmea J. Corhett, Former Heavy-
we tiht Champion. Written Kx
ptennly fur the International Newa
Kervlce. Copyright, 1 2 1 , by Inter
national Newa Service.
XEW YORK, June 18. (I. X. H.)
I have been reading and hearing (iilte
u bit of comment about occnalonal dis
plays of "nerven'' hy fieurges Carpen
tle rand Jack Dempsey.
Like many othera who are record
ing the progress of the rival boxers In
training. I have vlaitcd both cumpa,
yet no fur I have failed to notice any
thing unimunl in thia way.
From my own experience and from
what I have observed in yeara rf fol
lowing boxing I have never yet seen
a top-notch boxer who did not ahow
la touch of temperament at tiniex and
I fall to aee why uny particular Im
portance should be attached to nurh
If Dempney were to plod alonij In j
hia daily routine, Knowing no more
Indlv.'duallty than u truck home, or if
Carpentler drifted along from day to
day with never a flanh of Impatience
taking everything aa It came to him
with the patience of a milch cow then
' there would be reason for comment.
Something would Be wrong.
Dempney nnd Cnrpentter are both
I full of nerves. Certainly they are. If
they were not they would not be
where they are today. They are like
thoroughbred race homes, dancing at
the barrier and eager to tear into the
stretch. The nervoua energy that Is
, in them, with their wonderfully niun-j
cled bodies to obey its command,
makes them great fighters.
Hale Until, for instance, has nerves.
Babe's nervous temperament asserts
itself at the moment he crashes into
.1 baseball for a home run. He is
keyed up, eye, mind and muscle work
ins" In perfect coordination s the
pitch whizzes up to the plate nnd In
the Instant that determines whether
he will swing on the pill or not bin
nervous village Is uppermost.
Nervous energy will be uppermost
in both Iiempsey and Carpentier
July S. After they have received fi
nal Instructions from the referee and
go to their corners, back to back, to
await tiie harsh clang of the gong,
they will both be a tingle of nerven.
I've been there myself and I know.
My visits to Carpentier's camp
have been as pleasant, as uneventful,
In a way. as a visit ton quiet mill
Oer.rges is o,uiet. quick-witted, fast
to pick up the thread of a conversa
tion nnd withal the very embodiment
of pent up energy, under control. Itnt
on the surface he Is as placid an Mir
ror Lake. That means he is In con
dition great condition.
I have ntudled Dempney more clope-
' ly than I have the Frenchman, for I
have bad more opportunites nnd It
will not surprise me to see, Jack give
more nut ward evidence of nerves on
July 2 than his opponent. I say this
'simply because I believe Dempsey ca
pable of being keyed up to a higher
pitch than Carpentier. It means
i nothing aside from this, nothing in
the way of unfavorable comment as
applies to the champion. Dempsey's
rushing style of fighting Is the best
Indication In the world that he Is a
veritable mine of nervous energy, the
sort of nervous energy that predomi
nates his cyclonic style of fighting. It
. la that same sort of energy that gives
j Carpentier Ills speed and lends the
I snap to his great right hand. Anil no
great fighter could be a great fi.-hter
ALT A TODAY
Making both ends "meat," as a
Lanky studio wit has it, has been Cecil
L. De Mille'a experience in the filming
of "Forbidden Fruit." his new Para
mount picture, which comes to the
Alta theatre today. '
As originally planned the story of
"Forbidden Fruit" opens with a seen
between the principal feminine charac
ter and a butcher. The locale Is a real,
high-priced butcher shop.
This scene wus filmed an number
one of the picture. Then came a
change In the cast. After some delay,
the production work continued with
numerous retaken. In this retake pru
cesn, one scene was left for the last.
That scene was the one which h id
originally been filmed first, and it whs
located in a butcher shop. And no it
happened that "the last was first and
the first was lust." v
However that may be, the stiidlo
wags had a great time; Such contrlbu
lions aa the following were the ordei
f t the day:
"Here's hoping Mr. I)e Mille makes
a 'steak' out of this picture."
"Ixt'n hope there won't be any 'cuts'
"He makes no bones about this be
ing a meaty picture."
And so fnrtji ad lib.
Agnes Ayres has the leading femin
ine rile. Others In the cast include
Clarence Ilurton, Theodore lloherts.
Kathlyn Williams, Theodore Kosloff
and Forrest Stanley.
With the booking of the Triscilla
Dean feature, "Outside the Ijjvv," for
local showing, news come from Cnl
versal City that Tod drowning, author
and producer of the underworld film
epic, is working upon a stage drama
nti.ution of his picture. This is one
of the first instances of a drama, writ
ten specially, for the screen, being
adapted to the stage. It Indicates the
reversal of tradition, that modern film
production has brought about.
Whether Priscilla Dean, who stars
in the film, to be shown at the Arcade
by Carl Iaemmle so that she may play
In the stage version in not yet knmvn.
One likely reason for the record
smanhing success of J. Warren Kerrl-
Rnn'a lnu'st Hrunton production, "W,-
n . . HoOKinson release
Je&se L. Lisky
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16 Bars Crystal White Soap , $1.00
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Gallon Sweet Pickles $2.00
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pair shop in thoroughly equipped with Hpclully desiitned tools
and up-to-the-minute machinery ho that repairs, adjustments or
complete overhauls for Kord cars can he handled promptly and
Our mechanics who will do the work on your Kord car or
truck, understand the Kord mechanism and know the rlfrlit way
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bunchei at the hemi ot tunica r
.the latest conceit of Paris. Pearl
(While la shown, sporting such a
dress mads of heavy silk. Ths hat,
too, trail more tsiuUtf aXUu. aid.
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ii iMll,V ' ( )l'ie electrify inq heroine of Jke Wildcat of Paris'
and'Tfie Virgin of StanibouL'in atkrilUn?
IHMH'M.&r W drama of desoe rate work after danis--
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ii y '' upported by that marOel-
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a real-life romance and the most exciting photoplay
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