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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1921
'Round the Sport Circle
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WITH JACK VEI0CK,
International News Sport inK J kliltr
Tommy Milton and Roscoe Sar.'
les Expected to Drive to Fin
ish iu Races; $10,000 Purse
SANTA KOSA, Calif.. Aug,
i.ievcn atitomobtlo race drivers, most
of them well-known for their work au
the nation's noted speed trucks, will
compete Sunday August 14 In the first
registered fuce on'the new North Buy
onntics speedway ut Contatl, noui
Tommy Milton, who Is leading nil
nutomohlle race drivers this year for
tho American Automobile Association
national championship, and Kout-oe
Bartes, who is second to Milton In tho
year's running, will be at the wheels of
two of the cars next Sunday. As-, the
ace will count toward the champion
ship, It Is expected the two will ntake
a hard fight for first place.
Other drivers entered ure Jtfldlc
Ilcarne, Joe Thomas, Eddie Miller,
Tom Alley, Alton Koules, John- A.
Thlele, Ira Vail, M. J. Mosaic and. Jim
A prize of $5000 goes to the wliincr,
I3.UU0 to the second best, fZ.UOfl Id
the third, 1.000 to the fourth, $1.,00u
to the fifth, $800 to the sixth, 80 to
the seventh, "00 to the eighth, 6UU I
to tno hlnth and t,'00 to the tenth.
Tho Contatl bowl Is located forty-six
mile .north of San Francisco and hun
dreds from the buy cities are expected
to attend. It is the third automobile
racing track to be built iu California,
the others being at Hcverly Hills, Los
Angeles, and Fresno.
Drivers say the Contatl bowL is
one of the fastest in the failed States.
'In prellnlary speed trials some of the
drivers mude 112 miles an hour, us
tallied speed, for ten miles and the
drivers predict records will be broken
NEW YOIIK, Aug. . Gene. Tun-1 The wrecking of the riilllies sturted
ney, the "battling Marine" of tlreeii- with the sale of Alexander and Kllli-
wveh Village, opines that ho wouldst
nilnglo with the winner of the coining
ciibbons-Carpentler swatfest, united
for the second week in October.
Tunney is ambitious. Ho has tho
height, Weight and reach necessary for
a serious foraging cxpeditiou Into
heuvyweight pastures, but ho lacks
cno very important thing experi
ence. . Shortly after the war Tunney mail.'
quite an Impression in several bouts
In New Jersey, He 'wan hulled as a
very likely-looking battler, und, phy
sically, ho is still thut. Then he hint
his hands so badly in a bout with a
tough third-rater that he was forced
to lay off for nearly a jeur.
On July S he made a comeback,
meeting Soldier Jones, of Montreal, In
a preliminary to tho Dcmpsey-Carpen-
ner wcrap. i ins Hoiijier Jones may
be a bad man in u free-for-all, but us
a professional fighter he is an awful
spectacle and Tunney should have dis
posed of him In Jig time-, which he
failed to do. taking things easy and
doing much languid gazing at the big
No doubt Greenwich Village Gene is
sincere about 'wanting some of the
good ones, but If he will take sonic!
friendiy advice he will do well to steer i
clear of such unanglers, as. Gibbons
and Curpcntlcr for a while.
, IN ENGLISH CIRCLES
fer and has continued consistently Fans AcroSS BnnV DcCT) Think
ho iiiucn so. in laci, inai even ini
Athletics have been unable to lose
moi u games.
Yank Who Beat Wilde Has
the Wide World Topped.
What an arrogant outfit those black
White So:; have turned out to lie, l)p
splte. the revelations brought to Hunt
regarding their crooked dealings in
the l'J I a world M.-1-ies, they have had
the audacity to presume that the base
ball public Is still interested In them
and they are about to attempt u barn
s' rming tour.
ine tun uwn some or an oi the in- I about him. Thev had never Keen unv
dictod players succeeded in their fight thing like l.im before, they sa'd. Of
to steer clear of the hoosgoiy mea ns course, the little Welsh boy was giv
nothing to the baseball Tans of thejB weight away and his hands were
country. In the eyes of random the j 11(Jlln m,t still Herman out-
eight players are very black sheep, I hixid him!
ana in me lace oi their alleged con- I
fossions they are not deserving of pub- J
lie patronage. Any tour arranged bv
Py DAVID L, liLCMK.Vl-ELI). !
( 1.' nltcd l-'rtsB Staff Correspondent.) !
Nl-JW YOlth", Aug. . -When I'ete !
Kill Herman stood up in his boxing
limits at tile Albert Hall. London, some
months ago, ami calmly punched little
Jimmy Wilde round the ring for sev
enteen rounds, the fans went cr.-izv
a team including these players, there
fore, is doomed to dismal failure un
less the baseball public has gone stark
Pittsburg "flatties" have been giv
en the air by Harney Dreyfus because,
he says, they have failed, to prevent
gambling ut Forbes Field. We lin
ugine that what applies to Pittsburgh
applies to other major league cities.
Looks like it is time to dig into that
J10.000 anti-gambling fund, commis-
Michael Kelley, genial and capable
manager of the St. Paul (American
Association) club, probably utters
many a chuckle of satisfaction these
days when he lamps the National
league standing und remembers that
he turned down the management or
i the Phillies lust winter.
Chicago . . ,
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i Philadelphia 3
Cholera deaths In
. (!. NTT?.)
ltnssia to the end
of July totijlcd 1 .10,000. according to
a Copenhagen dispatch.
... ., I'a.illc cim league
iiot ufter Kelley. during tho Joint mn- r ...
Seattle '. . .
jorjor-mlnor league conflub In Kan
sas City and Mike took the offer un
der consideration, finally deciding
i iiul me iiiuiluK"1 "o M' ul fcouu uouoi I (' )-t ) a nd
league club whose owner was w llliiig.jj,rmirt,,4 '"'
to spend the money for players If nee- ij;rit i.'p
essary was ueicer man oeiug a goal on
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QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Del icious Meats
Tender, Juicy Western Meats our specialty.
Nowhere is it possible to procure better Roasts,
Steiiliji, Chops or in fact anything in the butcher's
line. , : s
The .more, you know about meats the more you
will appreciate what you get from us. But you get
the best here, whether you know how to select or not.
I Portland . .
1 At Se-Utle
I No. other
4 1 7:i
5, Sacramento I.
:ume.s, teams traveling
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. r, ; ;t ;
In tlie opening rounds the Ameri
can boy showed himself to be a mitt
artist of the first degree. ' He made
Jimmy miss, and he measured him at
will, crossing his right like a piston
rod whenevcr he wanted. Jimmy
Wilde certainly showed wonderful
pluck. That's all he did show, other
wise, he wasn't in the picture.
jj Herman has become a rage over
j( there. He hit our bantam champion.
iiJim lliggliur. with everything except
j;the bottle the other day.
I Oils Platts. Pnal'sh middleweight, is
'over here. Well, Platts Is a good boy.
! nut he is all III. He will put up a
good enough show with Johnny Wil
i sou to keep him on his feet. 1 think.
I hut thai will be all. Plaits has lost his
punch, as was demonstrated the other
.day when ex-welter champion-, John-
Iny Hashnm, out-pointed him over JO
j rounds the night Frank Gnddard gave
jan elephantine dance with George,
jCook, heavyweight champion of Aus- '
I Two years ago Platts stuck out 1S j
! rr. uudw with Ted Kid Lewis, hut too
'much credit must not be given to that
performance. The two are great pals,
and I think Ted let him down lightly,
and gave the Sheffield fans a treat
for the Kid can box as well as fight
when he is in the mood.
I.w s of course, is an anomaly. In
the rinsf he looks like a tiger. He is
e-d ami cairn and he never takes his
Camels are made foi
Think for Themselves
Such folks know real quality and DEMAND it
They prefer Camels because Camels give them the
smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy because
they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos
perfectly blended and because Camels leave NO
. CIGARETTY AFTERTASTE. .
Like every man who does his own thinking, you
want fine tobacco in your cigarettes." You'll find itv
And, mind you, no flashy package just for show.
No extra wrappers! No costly frills! These things,
don't improve the smoke any more than premiums
or coupons. . . .
But QUALITY! Listen! That's CAMELS! '
At the Sign of Scrrtoe
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
Southern Asportation Kestihs.
New OrlKins 7. Mfmphi.s 3.
Ndshvilk- !t, Atlanta 3.
That t;t rtooy:a 1. liirmingliam 1 ft.
;icm l'jifur Kt'Mihs.
Omaha 11, Simtx City l.
lfM Moi ni's 1", St. Louis 7.
Tulsa S, Oklahoma (My 1.
Wichita 16, Joplin ,
American Assmvat'on Kcstill.s.
Milwaukt'o (i. Minneapolis 1 ;i.
Indianapolis S. Columbus 4.
Uotiinvillc 7, Toledo s.
A proposition 1m on foot to movn a
laro part of the Missouri river from
its pifsvtit ImmI nti'I semi the
Ntiratn tour hum! roil miles west of It
present loeation aloiurslile t he BJark
l IMIIh ami through Western Nehraska
ami Kansas, emptyinyr it into the Ar
kansjiM river near Garden I'ily, Kans
as. One hundred and sity million
acres of land which today are pnic
tieally worthless would he irrigated.
The ret;trlar flow of the present river
would not he disturbed, since only the
flood water will he utilized.
nrl jtos off his man from pony to gong.
;,4fiif'anf him on the me and he .'-.till
5l7,:stare3 at you and eomeH hack for
fir.s , more. Hut outside.' The Kid is a
reat. Rf-nerous ha by. Tie spends; his;
money likt a rallroail kinfcr with to
months to I've. '
The last I saw of Ted lie was sitting
'in n I.uidon taxicab wi'h the hiost
! basket of fruit 1 have eer seen. The
baslcet was tied up with a blue ribbon
and the Kid was taking it out to a sick
friend down with the grippe. Lewis
js popular wherever he noes in bng
land. although the referees are none
too k'nd to him. Thev -won't let him
j lnfuvht to his satifuction.
i About ten days before T left Kn.
land 1 saw him driving down the
Strand. He was in a speed model
Siutx with the letters "Kid Lewis"
painted all over it. A policeman pull
ed him up just by Ludfcate circus for
not sounding his horn.
j The Kid grinned at him. "That's all
t along and ask me ut my
j right, " he told the cop, "you come
along and ask for me at my hotel.
We'll sound I no horn, all right at the
Geologists Ikivo foil ml I lie. n-iiiiiins
of a linia1 ircliistorii' animal in Mani
tolia.' Thi'V ure unable to siiv to wlmt
Hush of nnininl Die Imni-M Inlonp.
Tlioy lire i!iM'omnM't''il loit in alifrn-
nionl and nicasiirc forty feet in lciiKth.
The Universal Car "
Rntcniber tlmt wIipii you lirint; your l"Vrn1 t-nr to u for ihp.
rJiniilral iittriitlon Unit you get the (cnnulno lYird wrvlo inn
liTlnlsi ririt'.m--tl orkturn nun l ord factory nrlir-i. Your
rml ta liM-rul. tK Milimlilo to IjiKo rliamiw viih MMir tui.
I'linnkH wHh ruuiilly poor (fuullly inuturliulK. JU-luj; U to uh mill
tuve both time Mini inoncj.
We aro autlioriml I'ord dralcrs, triiMecl ly Hip lrd Motor
CV. to look after tlio wants of l V)rd owners. Tliut'n lite Bsnriiiic n
wo offer, . We are getting a fow lord cura and tlio first como,
first to receive delivery.
Hav you thouglit about that Sedan or Coupe for this full mid
winter? They are mighty comfortable and coy when the wind
blows and the rain is full Ins-. Como in and look them over and
place your, order In irdvunce so that we can be sure of ordering
enough to go around. This will be the closod car year.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 ' Water & Johnson St.
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Orciion'a Highrr Institution of
F.i(ht Schools; Seventy Departments
FALL TERM OPtNS SKrT. 19. 19:1
For intnrmaiiM whit to ihr Rptutoir
Oregon Acriciiltural College
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HEUMISTOX. (He., All.'
Hunt, the new nianager of the Orcson
Hay Growers is now located in Her
niiston and is doins business from the
n.soclatinn's new offices in the West
ern Land buiklinp.
Ailventists are holding camii nieet
ini; services every evening in a tent lo
catevi on cilaiiys avenue. Klder ".. F.
Wafson of IJoKeiiinii, Mont., is in
eharge of the work. He is assisted by
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kudy of College
l'lace, Wash. The meetiiiij will con
Tin. niarriace of Raymond T. Long-
horn to .Miss l.eall Isabidl Ferccy will's
occur here Wednesday. ! S
Mr. and Mrs. Cllas. Knsseii of 1'etl. s
'ileton visited friends here Sunday, j S
Both at e graduates of the Oregon , r
AKricultui al college in the class ot c
lMJ'.l. Mr. r.ussell is a niember of the ; S
Alpha Tau oniona fraternity ami Mrs. ! S
Itussell w ho was fornievly Miss Alta i S
Meut.ej- is a mem'.u r of the Sigma S
j Kappa sorority. 5
Mr. and Mrs. S. C I.ochrie have left j -
for their vacation. They will visit the
''caches. Mr. Loehrie is cashier of the
First National Bank here.
Sunday broke all records for heat.
Everybody that could get away went
swimming und the others sweltered.
The official temperature at the Uma
tilla project office was 101.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Leathers have
left for the coast in their car.
A ten pound hoy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. K. V. Jones of Irrigon last
Thursday, August 10.
Mrs. t'athryn Durfey, proprietor of
the Herniiston hotel returned Sunday
evening from a trip which took her to,
Arlington and then to I'endleton. Sh
reports Arlington swamped with tour-
Sullivan last Thursday evening. Games
and dancing furnished the entertain-',
ment of the. evening. .' . ' '
George Lindsley, who came here a
short time ago from ; Lebanon ' has
bought the Fred I. ijanford place two
miles northeast of town. The proptrty.
includes 22 acres of improved land.
Mr. Sanford plans to locate In Mon.
Elmer Beach and family have mov
ed here from Lebannon and plans to.
locate. ... i.
The tree planting contest iSlltVend'
Wednesday. Six prizes - are to "te
awarded by the commercial club for
the best work done this year in plant-'
lug trees or in other ways beautifying
ones premises. The town and country-
A surprise party in honor of Zona arc separate, three prilea being up lu
f Lucyle ' each case. ' v.-
Pcnsel was held at the home of 1
Brings a Ray or Hope to
s I ho coal that meets your requirements..' See-.that you
jrot the Konuine for storage. '" .' f
Cleanest, Hottest and Most Economical "
! B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It! I
Lowell, Mass. " I had ancmin fron
tline Lwiis sixteen vcars old ami
was very irrepilar.
If I diii any house
cloaninc or washinc
would faint and
have to bo iv.it t
bed, my liushand
tliir.kinu every lnin
u te was it iy last.
After rending your
toxt-lwok Tor women
I took l.vrlia E.
ble Compound and
used th'? Sanative
. The Prince of Wales, coming out
-f the surf after a dip at Brighton.
jKnglaad, where he has been spend-k-K
n iitiiel summer vacation. Thf
Vrince is an expert swimmer.
Wash, and have never felt better than
1 have the last two years. I can work, ;
eat. sleep, and feel as strong as can be. :
Doctors told mc t could never have
children-I was too weak but after .
taking Vegetable Compound it strength- :
oned me so I gave birth to an eight,
pound boy. I was well nil tho time, did ;
all my work tin to the last day. and had ,
a natural birth. Everybody who knew
t:ie was surprised, and when they ask me ,
what made me strong 1 tell them with
(Treat pleasure, 'I took Lydia K. J'ink
liam's egetalilo Compound and never
elt better in my life.' Use this testi
monial at anytime." Mrs. Ki.izabk.th '
:;mrt, 142 W. Sixth St., Ivowell, Mas.", i
This evnerienee of Mrs. Smart is surelv '
a strong recommendation for Lvdia EL ;
D:,.!.!,..1. CnM,nKI '..n..vn,,nJI ' Tfr 1 I
only one of a great many similar cases.
GOOD AS NEW