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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1921.
GYMNASTICS ARE VITAL PART
OF THE TRAINING OF GEORGES
IN PREPARATION FOR FIGHT
FRENCH REPUBLIC OUTWITTED
BY RACE "BOOKIES" PLANS TO
OPEN OFFICIAL BETTING BOOTHS
Frenchman Depends a Great
Deal on Gym Stunts; Other
Ways Trains Like, Dempsey.
IfY JAMKS JO CORIIETT ,
(Former World' Heavyweight Chum
' pliiii. Written exprcRNly fur iho In
Icrnntlonnl NewH t-'ervlce. Copy
rllfht 1921, by Iho International
' Newil wrvlrf .)
'MANHABSKT, U I., June 22. (I.
X. H.) fleornen ('iirpentler'A ll"n nt
trnlnliiK ore prnrtlciilly tho wmie iih
those of American flKhKm wllh the
ono nouroume nrrininn mm ne pro
fer (o work In private.
There lit one thlnir more he fines a
irrenter amount of gmnntlc work.
"When Deecamp" firm liemin to
tench me," unld Oeurxeii In enn verna
tion with me the other day. he Ktnrtiil
with much acrobatic, liefore I waa
(might to hnx I learned to "What yon
cull 'tumlile.' When I wna hut a hoy
I could walk anywhere on my hand.
Acrobatic a much n nnvihliiR elae,
aided In my phyxicul development and
1 believe they are Jimt n eHHential to
C'nrpentler' wondirfully developed'
flrnm, ehoiilder and Iprm prove the
truth of hi iinertlin. Iliid It not
been for the Hort of trnlnlnK he hiiK
had he would not have them today
ond he nee acrobatic stunts scientific.
Kily In training tor every fight. 1
Aside from this his training- routine
la almost Identical wllh that of Cham
pion Dempsev. For instance, he works
out with little fellow (is well us the
Mg ones. The sparring males of the
rlvuls like Journee and Jen net te nut
here and Kurke. Williams, Itenault
and Ohee In Dempsey camp, help
Jack and George a smaller men
could not do In roughing It. They also
aid In keeping the champion and his
challenger from losing the range of
their punches. They can give and
take, which I absolutely necesxnry.
Hut tho little fellows play their part.
Italian Jon Cans and .Marcel Deny
Mep around mighty briskly.
Wllh theblg-, fight getting, close
row, Carpenller plans to put In his
best lirk since coming to Manhasset.
His private workouts will be full of
ginger and he Is showing more for
the member of the press, too. i
WILLARD SHOULD BE
GIVEN RETURN MATCH
SAYS MONTANA SCRIBE
MY WILL COOK
liiU-i'iialloim! .News Kervlce
Q. Who will vin, Dempsey or Cnr
penller? A. IJempaey.
Q. How many rounds will the fight
A. Tlve to seven.
Q. Who is best man lo referee the
A. Tex Itlckard or Iloliert Kdgren.
Q Should two Judges act wllh lef.
Q. Should champions be rcmpelled
lo defend titles every six month?
O. Yes, If there arc any formidable
challengers. The question us to
whether or not the challengers ure for
midable should not be left to the
champion and hi manager, hut should
he decided by state or national boxing
Q. Should Jess Willnrd be given a
return match with Dempsey?
J. Who do you think are suitable
challengers for the title held by Demp
sey? How about fiibbons, Hn nn.in.
fireb, Pulton, etc?
A. Olbhona, Itrennnn, Fulton and
Oreli In the order named.
LOXDOX, June 22. (I. X. 8.)
Hinting broke out in a mine strike at
L'hemerfield when 'innn miners dunned
with the police and several were
wounded. The striker attacked other
strikers returning to 'work. Itlot calls
were sent out. the police arrived and
a violent battle ensued. Much prop-
Lerty was destroyed. Violence ulso
oroke out at itipiy, wnere a nunmer "i
persons were Injured.
Grasshopper are an excellent food
for live stock, according to the find
ings of a commlsxlon appointed by tho
Kovernment of fruguay. When dried,
r.n analysis of tha product showed a
fatty matter content of forty per cent
and more than this amount of diges
tible protein. The product Is superior
to oil cake and horses, sheep and piss
cat the dried locusts readily.
Correspondent. ) -PAltlH,
June 22. June and July,
thanks lo horse racing and tho big
races in these months, are fruitful
Period for the French Government's
coffers, for It Is during this period
that Ihe largest sum of tha year are
played on horses. The state drawn
II per cent of the money played In
the pari-miituel booths or the official
Letting stalls established on all tracks.
It Is estimated that an ordinary week
days as much as three million francs Is j
played at the laces. j
On day when there are Important i
races to be decided this amount runs
very much bigger, a for Instance on
Grand Prix day when some four hun
dred. thousand people gather ut Long
champs to watch the biggest race In
France. Jjiat year fourteen million
francs were played on the race alone
and the day's takings amounted to
more than twenty million francs.
Hut apart from thene official booths
there are secret means of playing
race without going on the tracks.
Such bets are taken by ho called book
makers all over France and In some
towns such as Paris, Lyons, Hordeaux
nnd Marselles, the money played in
this clandestine way is said to great
ly exel tie money played on the
tracks. Naturally the government
cannot collect 11 per cent on these
bets. Numerous attempt have been
made to run these "bookies" to earth,
hut with little success for the simple
reason thai In most cases bets are
made on a mutual understanding of
confidence between the player and the
"bookie." No traces of bets are to be
found except those made In the small
er and popular bars of the capital,
where slip are exchanged.
Goii i iiMii iit Has MiM Lien
liookiuaking was abolished In
France In 19n!i In favor of the official
parlmutuel booths. With these booths
no odds are given out on horses prior
to the race and the returns are only
l-nown after the race and after the de
duction of the stale's 11 per cent.
The horse who carries the most money
in nets puys out me nasi u ne wins.
The bookie generally refuses to take
any tips afler one-thirty racing be
gins at two and In the case of out
siders winning tie will not pay out
more than one hundred and fifty
franc for every five Invested. Some-"
t:me he will go to the races and by
playiiHX himself try to protect hi own
money, but In most cases bookies are
usually satisfied to wait till the night
to see ho' they have come out. It Is
rare that they lose and they more
often finish the day with a net gain of
eight to ten thousand francs than
Kuch clandestine beta have so much
worried the government that Hprd.il
laws were pussed to deal with both
bookie and players, but they have
yielded Utile results and the authorities
now are contemplating the opening of
official pari-mntuel booths in all la'ge
elites where one might play fancied
horses and where the government
.ould collect its share of 11 per cent.
With aeknouledgmtnU to K. C. B.
Bill. $oi the point
IX vision of the Eastern Oregon Auto
Club board of managers into four
teams of three men each, has been
made by Karl P. Tulloch, chairman of
the membership committee, and a
contest will be staged between teams
during the big Investment campaign
Just started. Every automobile owner
In the city has been tabulated and the
lists, are evenly divided.
David H. Nelson, president of the
club is grouped with J. B. Knight and
E. J. Murpb'y. Hex F.llis, treasurer,
works with L. I.. Itogers and J. L.
Vaughan. 11 P. Tulloch heads a com
mittee composed of Pal Lonergan and
Clyde McKay. Robert Simpson, Pen
dleton vice-president, will work with
Hoy W. Hitner and Krnest Crockatt,
' 20 for 20 cents
in tir-tight ptcktgtt.
Alto obtainable in round
timtof 50, vtcuum-fltd.
BILL PROBABLY read up.
IN THE kid's school book.
ANYHOW HE gave me all
THE LATEST news on bees.
HOW THEY flit around.
AVOIDING THE skunk cafcbage.
AND ONLY pitting on.
THE QUALITY flowers.
WHERE THE nectar grows.
BRING HOME the bacon.
TURN IT Into honey.
AND SEAL it up with wax.
TO PRESERVE it for. '
A LIGHT snack later on.
AND BILL says.
"AIN'T NATURE wonderful."
AND I say, "Yen.
BUT JUST buzz In.
TO GRAB some honey, j
FROM THE beet, and te.
WHAT HAPPENS." BUI admits.
BEES HAVE tboir mean yointa,
SO THEN I pull. v
THE GOOD old paekag.
WITH THE four ply wrapper.
INCLUDING GLA6SINE paper.
ALMOST LIKE beeswax.
THAT SEALS In the flavor.
OF THOSE wonderful tobacco.
AND BILL helps Mmaelf.
FREELY AND says. "Quit so
NOBODY EVER gets stone
ON "SATISFY" Cigarette."
OPEN your Chesterfield package
at the top only. Don't tear off '
that elassine wrapper. It's pat there
to keep those Wonderful tobacco
always firm noi. freah, in exactly toe
right condition forsmokinfr. Another
reason why CheaUrtielc'a always '
Kndorsement of the club movement
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Put up your berries now while
the priee is right.
Phone 455 At the Sign of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
The bar type of "booklt" pays out
ihu uotuo biiiiij ii u rim tffifl!il return) I
whereaa the old tvpe -t.ookie" who for a larger memberMhip in the city,
still opera tea on the truck, dexplle po- w v01 .voxterday -V the Pendleton
lice supervision continues to g:ve o.l.Is I Commercial Association board of man
before the race altera which has recognized the value
Tho latter will onlv deal with per-1 " the "cw c,"b' 'otk- This endorse
(.oom known to h ni. lie will often ! ' he only one made hy the
Klve odds of three-to-one asainst a ! Commercial Association since it ad
hoise whereas the pari-mutuel returns , l"p" policy of eliminating all but
will ahow odds of three to one on the ' the most essential campaisns for mm
Kame horse. I -v
I 1 ne oar nouKie ' win sometimes
lake In Inrjte shops and offices as well
I as bars and if he has a prosperous
I ouarter to work in he usually has a T promote the improvement of
large staff of bookkeepers who .nt j hiKhwayM.
nlKlit when tne resatia are Known,
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
j Objects, and purposes of
Club are an foliowH:
i heck up his slips. He will start In
tho morning at about eight and go
j mound lo factories or shops and there
: lake the bets of the employes and
sumetimcK the employers as well. Then
he will drift Into hairdressers' shops
,;nd collect slips and money from
them. From there he will visit all
"his" cafes nnd bars and collect more
slips and money. He will take any
amount from one franc twenty-flce
entimes cTi cents normally) to two
or three thousand francs.
Hookies I siially rront
At the pari-muluel booth there is no
maximum limit to betting, but nothing
less than five francs can he played.
To enconniRo proper highway main
tenance. To procure the proper marking; of
To further all pood roads projects.
To urge Just and rational highway
To protect the legitimate Interests of
To promote acquaintance, associa
tion and consultation among the own
ers of automobiles.
To maintain an efficient touring- in
formation bureau for the service of
nvmhers nnd motor tourists.
nmUX. June i:. (I. X.S.) The
itlase of Knockeroghery, i'ounty of
Roscommon, was nearly wiped out hy
incendiaries. Only 3 of the .10 houses
were left standing. Armed and mask
ed men invaded the village at 1 a. nt.
and routed the families from their
beds. A torch was Applied and resi
dents were not given time to dress.
SALEM, June 22. It'. P.) The
Willard and Margaret Hawley divorce
case, apepnled by .Mrs. Hawley of flre
poll City, from the lower court, is be
inc be;ird in the supreme court.
WAPHIXOTOX. June 22. (V. P.
The white house has announced
that the president has named Charlen
O. Dawes of Chicago, director of tha
budget. Dawesis the man who "spoke
hia mind'- in the house war committee
I of investigation.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotio. The 1!2!
Nova Kco.tia apple crop will be between
one and a half to two million barrels, !
according to estimates made.'' by the j
United Fruit Company of 'ova Scotia, j
A man's prosperity shows in
The Universal Car
WHETHER COTTER PIN OR COMPLETE
Yon can Ret It In our Sales and Service Station. We are au
thorised Ford dealers. In our stockroom we carry every part
that goea Into a Ford car or Ford truck. They're genuine. Ford .
parts-too each muds of the mime lough, durable Vunudium
ateel as Its counterpart In Ihe Ford cur. Our special Ford re
pair shop is thoroughly equipped wllh seclully designed tools
and up-to-the-niliuile machinery so that repairs, adjustments or
complete overhauls lor Ford curs can be handled promptly and
Our mechnnlcs who will do Ihe work on your Ford car or
truck, understand the Ford mechanism and know the right way
to tune It up. And lor the work you will pay only the reason
able Ford prices.
We nre a part of the Hlg- Ford Family and not only repair
Fords but sell them as well. We hnve more than u passing In
terest In the service we give you. Drive to our Oarage when
your Ford needs repairing.
For Safctys Sake Have the Authorized Ford
Dealer Do It.
We Can Rebore and Polish Your Cylinders Too.
JACK CHILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
Thone 408 Water & Johnson St.
i I I
Aim Mann, U yeax-old atajMwun
ner, is rolng to New York trorn the
Panama. Canal Zona to exhibit her
Hunts. On of them is to release aer
ial! team bsV7 chains under water.
give tire mileage
at the lowest cost
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
Irng Store That
' THE ROYAL
The Royal, with its at
tachments, is a complete
house cleaning plant and
makes an easy task of
Phone 139 for demon
stration or call at 206 E.
J. L. VAUGIIAN
Electric Sypply House
Phone 139. 206 E. Court
OLD NEW OLD NEW
30x3 17.55 1$12.85
30x354 20.80 15.00 S34.2S $27.50
32x3!4 26.30 21.00 41.15 36.40
32x4 34.95 26.90 52.30 46.30
34x454 49.85 38.35 62.05 54.90
35x5 61.15 47.05 77.35 68.45
Plus War Tax. Rtductun tn all stylts and rizu,
A New Low Price on a
Known and Honest Product
Best Cane Sugar
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Carnation Milk, yeans 1.00
Crstal White Soap. V for 31.00
8 Cans Tomatoes $1.00
Hominy, t) lb. Sack 43c
Catsup. Van Camps, each 2'c
ljvd No. IS, src. Xo. 10. SUm
Crisco 3 Ihs. mc. i Ihs. $10
Wessons Oil, pts. 33c, qts. G3c, i pallon $10
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE.