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j ' ; ' ' DAILY EAST OBEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1921.
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'Round the Sport Circle
WITH JACK VEIOCK,
Iiitcnintluiial Now Sporting Editor
Temperament has Its place In sport
Just iiu It has on me stage, but II IllUSt
bo the brand tliut spurs the player on
to achlcvo succors. Any other brand
Every great star in the various fleldH
of athletic endeaver 1h endowed with
temperament to Home ' degree. Our
, champion boxers, ball plnyera and
track athletes huvo nervous energy
put up within them At times thin en
ergy explodes, and -when It does the
wugs shake their heads and exclaim:
In these days, wllii women and
girls taking auch a prominent place In
sports, we get a chance to study tem
perament at.tls best, for the fair sex
certainly has a corner on It,
Recently at Forest Hills, two great
tennis players stepped onto a grass
court to stave the match of the coun
try. i One was Mile. Lcnglen, the won- I
dor girl of France; the other, Mollu I
Mallory, the Norse comet. I
. 'After one set hud been played Len- j
glen blew up with a loud report and '
defaulted to her dark-skinned, aggres
sive rival. She displayed a decided
brand of feminine temperament. Mrs.
Mallory also displayed temperament.
but it was the opposite variety. She
was tense as a bow string, eager as a J
, tigress and cool us a cucum'ocr. She i
had determination written In every
lino of her face and every left twist of
' her Hicuuet - Klin was on edirc a .
veritable bundle of steel springs. This
wnu .unit r.9 nlkUtl, lanm.Pa.
ment, witnout wmcn no player m any
red-blooded sport can succeed.
;avc Way to Hysteria
Mile. Lcnglen undoubtedly 1'nows
the fine points of tennis and has the
.ability to play the game as It should
he played, but she evidently lacks
that grim something known as fighting
spirit, and when she felt Its luck for
the first time In her career she gave J
way to the only brand of temperament
sho knows. ' It is commonly called .
hysteria. True, the French girl was
not at her very best. True, she had !
been III before coming to America and J
came here an acknowledged star in the
world of tennis a finished product
of the courts and there were few in
the great crowd that assembled to wit
ness the match who did lint feel that
she should have made an effort to play
it out When Marvelous Molla went to
St. Cloud she was not on her game,
but she went down to defeat doing her
best, and It is this trait that entitles
rjer to the high rank she holds the
world's greatest woman tennis player.
lief ore shutting off thought of ten
nis we want to predict that our Am
erican Davis cup team will keep that
coveted old trophy in Uncle Sam's
domain. Tllden, Johnston, Williams
and Washburn! Xuf sed, Andrew nuf
EXCLUSIVE CLUB IN
L iu mm
U. Sv OFFICIALLLY ENDS
No Cheering Permitted While
Bout is Under Way; Judge
Threatening , to Stop Go.
LONDON", Aug, 31. (T. Is'. S.) For
all her delay America officially "eiid
cd" tho war ahead of Great Britain.
By order of council, signed by the
king, the official termination of ttv
war .: midnight, August 31, tl.'l, ex
cept ii regard to Turkey.
.Villioiis in financial tic .i-t!oa-depend
on the official date of the end
of the war.
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
IN UPPER SILESIA
had had little chance to practice be
fore meeting Mrs. Mallory. Hut she
GENEVA. Aug. 31. (IT. P.)The
League of Nations' council Is continu
ing the discussion of proceedure in the
settlement of the Sileslnn question.
The feeling here is that the general
league assembly scheduled for Rep
tembr fifth, will be completely over
shadowed by tho Washington disarm
Startttie Month flight
To accomplish a task one should start at the be
ginning tomorrow is the beginning of the month, a
fine time to start trading at this store. If you are
unfamiliar with our place and methods, nothing but
a trial order will convince you. If you are already a
customer we know that we will hold your trade not
on past performances but the future holds just the
same kinds of bargains and service.
If its meats or groceries no matter what your
wants you will always find the highest standard in
quality. The prices are low or lower than the strong
est competition. (
Your name on our books will please you and us.
Phon6 455 At the Sign of Service
"U It's on the Market We Have It"
UY DAVID L. BLUMEN'FELD
(United Press' Staff Correspondent.)
NEW YORK, Aug. 31. From the
roughest and toughest boxing ring to
the most exclusive. boxing club in Lon
donand for that matter In all the
world there is but a five-minute
Surrounded by slums, in the heart of
Covent Garden market, reek with the
smells of a myriad different vegetables
stands a great, red Early Victorian
Building the National Sporting Club
The "N. S. C," as It is popularly
known, is an unomuly in clubs. Its
membership Is exclusive. Half the
aristocracy of the British Isles belong
to It; Indeed, you may count pages out
of Burke's Peerage there on any "big
The N. S. C. is a club. That is to say.
It has its dining rooms, it library, its
smoking room, its billard tables and
Its bedrooms Just like any other big
club In the clubland of London up
West ill Pall Mall.
Hitting-there at 'dinner on the night
of a big contest you may rub shoulders
with" men whose names open doors all
over Europe. After dinner, when the
llquers have loosened the formalities
of club conversations the great ones
adjourn to a wonderful theater in the
back of the club. It looks like a small
opera, until one notices the grim roped
siiuare under h'ssing arc lights in the
middle of tho floor.
Along one side of the ring sit a row
o' elderly gentlemen m full evening
dress. They are the judges and the
official timekeepers. The man sitting
in the middle of the row, lull and mar
tial. Is Mr. "Johnny" Douglas, one
time cricket captain of England. He
Is w hite haired and spectacled.
The members Joke w ith h'm and tell
him he is too blind to Judge a contest.
Nevertheless, the boxers never dare
dispute his decisions. By the side of
the old man sit his two sons. J. W. H.
Douglas strangely enough, captain of
England's cricket team today and
his brother, "Pickles," the finest ama
teur boxer England possesses.
At a .fight at the N. S. C. everything
is orderly, quiet, circumspect. If by
any chance an 'aristocratic member
should so fur forget himself as to
cheer a good "wallop," ho would be1
called to order by "Johnny." The old
man will hold up his hand and stop
the contest for a moment. "Gentle
men," he will say, "may I remind you
that this is tho home of British Sport
mnnship. Let us please give the box
ers a chance, and refrain from un
seemly outbursts." Then the old gen
tleman turns to the boxes and takes
his cigar from his mouth. "Eox on,"
National Ix-uguo Ktundiiigs
, W' I
New York 78
St. Louis , .". 66
American Ix-aguv Standi
New York .74
Washington J. .65
St. Louis ..... .x 64
Chicago , ... 52
Philadelphia .. 43
Pacific Coast Ijcuguc Standings
Pan Francisco ...91
Los Angeles .......... .SI
Salt Lake 58
Portland 36 108
Yesterday's Itcsiilts . f
At Los Angeles 2-0, Portland i-4.
At San Francisco 4. Seattle 5.
At Sacramento 3, Oakland 0.
At Salt Lake 4, Vernon 2.
Southern AsfKrlatton Itcsulta
Nashville 3, Little Rock 4.
First game at Atlanta 1, Chatta
Second game at Atlanta 2, Chatta
nooga I (seven innings.)
First game at Mobile 1, New Orleans
Second game postponed-, rain.
Memphis 0, Birmingham 1 (six Li
Western Ix-ague llesults
St. Joseph 2-0; Oklahoma City 7-2.
Sioux City 2-4; Joplin 1-2.
Dcs Moines 17-6; Wichita 3-5.
Omaha 7; Tuisu 9. j (12 Innings.)
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until the danger point has been
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BASSADOR TO JA
STUDIES JAP PROB
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 31 (U. P.)
Charles Warren, enroute to Tokio to
take the post of Embassador to Japan,
is studying the Japanese situation here
preparatory to his departure. He is
eonfering with prominent men and or
ganizations in a effort to get both sides
of the question.
SOLDIKKS WANT WO.IIKNS JOBS.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Aug. 31.(1.
N. S.) A request that the federal
government dismiss women employes j
who have no dependents and fill the
vacancies with veterans of the recent
World War who are heads of families
Is contained in a resolut'on adopted by
the Hobert E. Pentlev Post, American
Legion, here. There are 500 ex-scr-
vice men out of employment here. '
Oregon's Higher Institution of
Eight Schools; Seventy Departments
FALL TERfo OPENS SEPT. 19, 1921
For mformition wrilt 10 Ihe RetUlrar
Oregon Agricultural College
AKV THE GEEATEST
!C1?.W RIDER SN
WITH THE FAMOUS
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
Chrome and Nervous Diseases an!
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Eiectnr
. Therapeutics. -Temple
Bldg. , Room 12
Seat Sale Dowtown, 9 a. m. Thursday at Tallman Drug: Store
University of Oregon
The College of Literature,
Science and the Arts.
The School of Architecture
and Allied Arts.,
The School of Business '
The School of Education.
The Extension Division.
The Graduate School.
The School of Journalism.
The School of Law.- .
The School of Medicine.
The School of Music.
The School of Physical
The School of Sociology.
Fall Term Opens September 26 -
A liih standard of cultural and profasiont acholarahiv bit Worn
" ot the oulatandinf marlta oi the State Universitr. For cataiofua,
folders on Ihe varioua schools, or (or snv Information, writ
THE REGISTRAR. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eufen. Ore
THE UNIVERSAL CAR ;
; .the Ford Sedan is the favorite, family car,
scats five comfortably. While an enclosed car
: with permanent top, it has large windows, and
may in a minute be changed to a most delight
ful open car with always a top protecting
against the sun. In inclement weather it is a
closed car, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-pro6f.
Finely upholstered. . Equipped with electric
starting and lighting system and demountable
rims with 3-inch tires front and rear. A real
family car. Won't you come in and look at it?
. . . Thi rlelio-hts of the electric
car with the economy of the
SIMPSON AUTO CO.
Phono 408 Water end Johnson St.
Laf M VaVSal Gsl
Tho Boston American on Tuesday,
June 1, 11)20, in summing tip the fea
tures of the Sells-Floto circus, said:
"All told. Sells-Floto Is the circus
without a headache."
There's a reasonrr-a reason you'll
see when "the second largest show on
earth" comes to Pendleton on Thurs
day September 1.
That reason is speed. Speed is the
one word motto of Sells-Floto, speed
throughout the big show. The. uro
gram Is presented In three rings and
two stages, an aerial maze and a track
by feature acts, and feature acts only
nearly four hundred artists in all.
They move. There's no stalling, even
by the hlghpst salaried act in the
world the Hanncford troupe of rid
ers, with "Poodles," the great eques
trian clown, recently of the New Yor
Hippodrome. All of the big acts work
fast: they hardly have time to bow,
before the next display is on except
for the encores for "Poodles." who al
ways hiis to ride two or three times
extra. The erowds see to that. And
the clowns! There are . no harvest
hands, canvas men and iron puddlers
in white-face wtth Sells-Floto. Here
me seme of the noted" funny men
"Poodles," of course; Spader Johnson,
known for several years as "the fun
niest man In the world"; Lorette, the
renowned clown cop; Karl Shipley, Jo
seph Jerome, Lindsay, Jack Albion,
Pick Lyons, Koplln, Le Moge, Shorty
Maynard, with his giant fighting roost
ers; Carlos Guyor, Cy Green, Floyd
Short, Pilly Ward. Al Sylvester, Billy
Scott and over thirty mure.
These are clowns, who have little
fun prodtft'tions. with props, animal
assistants and real Ideas. They, too,
constitute a reason Sells-Floto's a cir
cus without a headache.
During the next 30 days we are going to clean out every car in our place. Nothing reserved, both
new and old must go.
The reason is this 1922 models will soon be here. We cannot afford to carry our present stock
over any longer; then last but not least, we need the money. We are just like the other fellow, "willing
to take the loss, just grin and bear it."
If you are contemplating the purchase of a car m. the future, a glance at tnese prices will convince
ni that it is folly to wait longer. For example, read the following: ,
Brand new Paige 45 sport model,
never had a wheel turned; regular price
$2330, sacrificed at 81950
1920 Paige 55, 7 passenger, used 6
weeks; regular price $3250, sold at
Oakland Coupe, never used, wire
wheels; regular price $2375, going
at . $1850
Brand new 1921 five .passenger Paige;
regular selling price $1940, selling
1921 Oakland Demonstrator, run 700
miles; regular price $1375, today price
is . .r...... .... ... S1095
4 New Oldsmobile Speed Wagons, re
tail price is $1585, .today sells them
at . $1250
All kinds of Second Hand Cars priced
We will take notes from responsible people for one year. Will take sales on monthly payment
plan. Remember that all cars .
CAFE AT VENICE. CAL H
VKX1CE, Cal.. Aug. St. (f. P.) I
The pretentious Bagdad Cafe, on Sun-1
et Pier, was burned with a ll'O.lHin.
loss. The fire for a time threaten the
iOO.OUO pier. i
" D. E HOLD AUTO CO '
IUUY HAS NAMKS . IM.ICXTY
ONlKiX, Aug. 81. ti. N. ..) A
baby named Plenty, christened in
North London, sturts life with nine
Corner E. Alta and Cottonwood
Christian names, -