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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1921.
WITH JACK VEIOCK,
International Newg Sporting Editor
VEW YORK. BeDt. B.(r. N, B.)
Two weather-beaten stars of the old
l-Utsbuifih crow that annexed the last
championship won by the Smoky city
ore whetting up their chops for a
rhrn-o of one more world' sorie
George Olbiion, now manager of the
huccoh, and Babe Adams, who has de
ried time and tide and In still capable
of holding hi own on the mound with
me of the bent pitchers In the majors
today, are the lone "wolves" of the old
Here was a battery, boys, a, real bat
Jery, And it was Adams' great pitch
ing and the heady catching and in-
uunmpDie spirit of "Mooney" Gibson
'hat enabled Fred Clark's team to take
the measure of the Detroit Tigers
eveven years ago. ' x
Who would have guessed, In 1909,
that these two stalwart players would
have their shoulders to the -wheel,
helping Pittsburgh win the 1921 pen
nant? No one would have dreamod it.
ret hore they are, the guiding spirits
"i me ram-going Buccaneers, two
luuu-marKs or tne game whose records
re a credit to the pastime and whose
deeds on the diamond will be sung by
Pittsburgh fans for fifty years to come.
The team-mates they once fought
side by side with have passed from
the game. Let v$ take a look at the
Pirate champions of 1909. They lined
up as follows:
Absteln, lb.; Miller, 2b.; Byrne, 3h.:
Leach. 3b.. o. f.j Wagner, ss.; Clarke,
o. t; Hyatt, o. f.; Wilson, o. t; Gibson,
c: Adams, p.; Camnlti, p.; Willis, p.
Maddox, p.; Lelfiold. p.; phlllls. p.',
and O'Connor and Abbatlchio, utility.
Six years previous to the heyday of
the above team the Pirates, of 1903
copped the Nations) League pennant
and battled the Bostons in the fall
clnmils. The team hoanted the follow
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Bransfleld, lb.; Rltchey, 2b.; Leach,
lb.; Wagner, ss.; Clarke, o. f.; Beau
mont, o. f.; Sebring, o. f.; Phelps, c;
Bmlth, c.j Philllppe, p.; Leeveh, p.;
Vull, p.; Kennedy, p., and Thompson,
Today the Pirates represent a much
made-over team with a combination
of youngsters and seasoned veterans,
some of whom have seen service on
several other major league clubs.
Wagner, the great flying Dutchhman,
has been gone several seasons. In his
place Ilubblt MuranvlHc, the pepper
box from the Boston Braves, who has
helped Gibby and the Babe make a
winner of the club. Then there Is
Whitted, Dave Robinson and Cutshaw,
allot whom have worn other uniforms
and all of whom are doing their bit
for the Pirates this year. Pittsburgh
mny well be proud of her team. It
Is a game1 and brainy outfit and it has
earned the enviable position it holds
in the baseball stage. It is a teum that
never entertains the possibility of de
feat and Is never beaten until the lust
man is out. , ,
One boot doesn't make a season
It often unmakes the booter.
The mags are dead against tho lively
ball now. They have found that too
many go over the fences never to come
bock. And at $1.50 a copy Oh, what
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. B. (T. N.
S. ) Over 125,000 men are out of em
ployment In this city and the seven
counties adjoining It. Of this number
tho greater port of 'of the semi-skilled
variety, which worked In the big in
dustrial plants and shipyards during
the war. 1
At the Sign of Senrtoa
Water & Johnson St
BASEBALL SUMMARY "
National league Standings
Pittsburg 79 GO
New York 79 52
Bt. Louis 71
Chicago 5 j
Philadelphia 4 4
American I .c ague Standings
New York 79 4 0
St. Louis 67
Detroit ... 61
Pacific Coast Ixague Standings
W. L. Pet
San Francisco 94
Los Angeles 88
Salt Lake 61
ViMtcrday's ItcHiilH '
At Los Angeles 7-11, Portland 2-0.
At San Francisco 6-5, Seattle 7-3.
At Sacramento 4-8, Oak!and3-5.
At Salt Luke 16-9, Vernon 8-2.
How the Series Stand
At Los Angeles 8 games. Portland 3
games; at San Francisco 4 games, Se
attle 4 games; at Salt Lake 4 games,
Vernon 3 games; at Sacramento 6
games, Oakland 2 games.
Whro the Tennis I'lay Tills week
Seattle at Portland; Sacramento at
Suit I-ake; Vernon versus Oakland at
San Francisco; San Francisco at Los
AitnrrKi.K a siiigkon:
IT IS TO LAI'UII!
Can you imagine Itoscoe (Fatty)
Arbuckle as a famous surgeon? Well,
that's what he is In "Crazy to Marry,"
his new Paramount five reel corned)
which comes to the Arcade Theatre
Sun'day. The picture, directed by
James Cruze, Is based on an original
story by Frank Condon and way
scenarlzed " hy "Walter Woods, who
wrot. the continuity for several of Mr
Arbuckle's previous pictures.
While they were taking the scene?
'n a clinic, the effect was most re
markable because all the doctors, as
sistants interes. nurses, etc., were
clad In pink aprons and caps. This
was because pink makes a whiter col
or on the screen than white itself.
Sometimes yellow or light blue is used
The effect was ludicrous In the ex
treme, however. Someone observed
that Fatty would lie great in an ope
rating room because if the ether had
the effect of making the patient tem
porarily wild, he could hold him down
Liia Lee is leading woman, and one
of the stirring figures in the cast is
Hull Montana, who Is well known to
Paramount audiences. ,
THREE-Ql'AUTEItS OF A TON OF
COMFOY IX FTHF.Ii CI.AY
TOX'S SI PI'OllT IX 'SHAM'
That Paramount pictures arc living
up to their slogan "clever stars in
good stories with perfect supporting
i l.'on't try to do this stunt who.
you visit Overhanging Rock I
Yoscmito Xational Park. There's
ranrer there ready to arrast yo
He pinched Larry Keegafl, of But.
Moonisln, for doing It. There's 30C.
feet of air between Larry and tV
i-round below. And thtr' no. vi.
lasts," Is proved by "Sham," an Ethel
Clayton stellar vehicle which opens at
the Alta theatre for two days begin
"It has been some time," said Man
ager Guy Matlock of the playhouse in
discussing the forthcoming feature to
day, "since I have been able to afford
my patrons Huch a remarkable enter
tainment combination as "Sham." To
say that the pluy written by Elmer
Harris and fieraldlne Bonner is a good,
itarter as both are famous and suc-J
essful playwrights. And the star, I
Ethel Clayton, is again a queen ofj
comediennes as a 'gentle grafter' who;
forgets' to pay her bills and gets in no j
end of ttvuble as a consequence. !
"Rounding out this excellent film
's a really remarkable cast. Halter
Hiers is comical as usual as a fat,
wealthy and disappointed lover.
Theodore Roberts is a bluff and hearty
old millionaire while Sylvia Ashton
ind Helen Dunbar who have appeared
In countless "mother" roles are splen
did as the selfish aunts of the debt-rid
ren Katherine. Other players of equal
norit ln"liTC"e Carrie Clark Ward. Ar-
Vir C-i'eve, Cly1" Fillmore and Eu
iir !!ur .li-ni. From start to finish
n: " "ll-ro'indi'd and complete
i he most Inconspicuous "extra."
It Is an entertainment of exceptional
VIST VOX YOIXV X1TE
En you will say so ven yuse see Ole
The Swede at The Alta Theatre Tues
day September 6th.
Ole he, kum from Meen-e-o-ta he
'lane en old fellar of mine en ay skell
see heem sure ven he kum.
Ay vant all yuse guys to be dar too
en see hecse show konslsteen of fun
en amusement en everyting yoost lak
a Swede kan do.
Ole he hav a good yob he geet too
dollar en saxtyfive cents a day en eat
We bane offel hard on ribs, so kum
l-reparcd with sum shok absorbers for
'jy ylminy yuse vill need em.
Thet Ylm Hill bane a funny rellar
he call Ole a Xorwaygen. Ole foo'.
heem he bane Swede all de time.
Ay tell yuse Ole bane a yim dandy
"n yumping yiminy how he kan mak
Cost per kupple is easy children
lot so much.
rhrougli a Neighbor's Advice This
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C ARM EL MYERS
Th; stirring story of
a woman with a num
ber Instead of a name.
A groat drama of
treachery and tears
A I vely comedy
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COMEDY "THE BELL
THE PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE
Educational and Entertaining
Jesse LLasky presents -
milt f r
arranie"ment with Joseph M.Schenck)
-Before Ye finishes his
i rnoxorxcB you
liut the bride had el
oped, because Fatty
forgot it was his wed
ding day. Then he
married the wrong
girl. And before
things got straightened
out - '
If you think getting
married ts no laughing
rnatteri come on and
change your mind. '-
Cast Include '
i r CHILDREN 10c
job he is some Bell Hop.
. CHILDREN 10c