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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 6. J921
'Round the Sport Circle
; WITH JACK VEIOCK,
' liitcniaUonal New Sporting Editor
1350 MEN AND UN
No comment In tho wuke of the
women" national tennis tournament
would be worthy of the writing with
out a tribute to little Mary.Brpwne, the
nimble Santa Monica girl who lost to
Molla Mallory In the final round. Miss
Hrowne, like Mrs. nundy, come from
retirement to help her American Bis
ters In the repelling of the French In
vader, Mile. Lenglcn. Inanmiich an
Mm. Mullory attended to that little de
tail herself ana MIhh Browne happen
ed to be In the oppoidte half of the
?raw, the final dcvelopod Into an Kant
versus Went affair and one of the
greatest matches ever pluycd by Am
Stamina, terrific driving power and
the confidence that comes to a cham
pion won for Mr. .Mullory, but r.he
knew she had been n a tennis match,
the hardest one of her life, ' '
1 Is More Finished Player
In all-around playing Miss nrownc
is the more finished of the two by a
wide margin. She dors everything wcil
on a tennis court. She- can serve,
rVive, volley and place shots with tin
(anny ability. She wields a mighty
deft racquet any way you look at It.
hut he is a little maid, is Miss Brow- j
lie, and she simply could not stand the
gruelling pare set by the sturdy Norse
girl. It must be said of her, however,
that in detest she was a brilliant flnal
li't and one whose playing will never be
forgotten by thte who saw the match.
It in regrettable, therefore, that she
has decided to retire from future com
petition in tho natlonnl championship,
nnd eh will be mimed.- Tennis de
votees hope she will think better of
Pro and Coci.
! "The old-time olayers were the (roods."
Said an old-time fan with fire.
"Just look at men like Kellcy,
Brouthers and McQuire!
Then there was Cross, and Collins, too,
Aud Itube Waddell and Rowe;
You can't tell me they're as good to
day As they wore long years ago."
"You're Just all wet, said the youthful
"Your dope is poppycock.
Just look at Ruth and Cobb and Spoke,
Mays, Mariinvllle and Schalk!
Wo have our Collins and Kelley, too.
Hornsby and Slsler and Pratt.
With Covey ana Karr ror good mea
Now whut do you think of that.
AMBITIOUS SCHEDULE '
IN FOOTBALL ON BILL
FOR PORTLAND CLUB
PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 6. (A. P.)
, Multnomah Amateur Athletic cluii
plans to go Into football more ambi
tiously than ever this year, and are In
the club's lineup this year. Including
Steers, Fault, Dutton. Maulz, the Jnc
ohberger Roys, Uurtiett, Wapato, Hol
cen. Tegart and others.
lfarry Fisher, manager of the club,
has arranged games with the Olympic
club of San Francisco, Washington
State College. Oreeon Agricultural Col
lege, the Pacific Fleet, and may get u
game with the Camp Lewis team,
which will be stationed at Vancouver
Part of our supply of prunes have arrived. Don't
fail to choose from them. They were left on the tree
until ripe and are full of their own sugar and sweet
$2.25 per Apple Box
v- ELBERT A PEACHES
Nearly all gone. Don't wait any longer. Large
sizes, $1.35 box.
Fancy Tomatoes, $1.00 box.
PRIME STIVER BEEF
m Trading Co.
Phone 455 At the Sign of a Serrtoe
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
Horseshoe Tournament Proves
Magnet to Many Stars Who
Will Try for Championships.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Sept. 6.
(A. P.) The National Horseshoe
Pitchers.' Association tournament to be
held here September 7,-8 and 9 will be
Participated in by approximately 325
men and women expert horscKho;
hurlers, according to B. 0 Ltighton
of Minneapolis, president of the asso
ciation. Approximately 100 men are expect
ed to enter the contest for the national
championship held- by Frank Jackson
of Kellerton, Iowa.
Seventy five women are entered In
the national and state events for wom
en, and there are 150 men listed in the
Early entries besides Jackson, the
national champion, include George
May, Akron, Ohio, 1919 national title
holder; Fred Burst, Columbus, Ohio,
former national champion: D. W. Wil
kinson, IJinuba, Calif., California stat
champion; George Bobblt, Ijincaster,
Ohio, winner of the Florida state tour
nament; O. W. Anderson, Kansas City,
Kans., city champion, and Miss Mar
jories Borhees, Ashbury Park, N. J.,
national woman champion.
State associations of Pennsylvania
and Washington recently have com
pleted affiliation with the natlonnl
body, making a total of ten states af
filiated with the parent organization
in addition to many private clubs and
I" BASEBALL SUMMARY
National IxMiguc Standing.
New York ...SO
St. Louis 73
Boston . . . 70
Philadelphia . 44
American Lcs,jue Standing.
New York 80 4 7
Cleveland ....80 49
St. Ixnils 88
Washington . 61
Detroit . 6 2
Philadelphia . 46-'
ta , , . -xi
Pacific Coast faugiv Standing
Sacramento . .
I .s :i."v'cs .
Si-a'tir, . , , ...
iiildind . ..
Salt Lake . . .
Portland . . .
Los Angeles 9-8, Portland 3-4.
San Francisco 0-10, Seattle 8-7.
Sacramento 2-6, Oakland 1-5.
Salt Ijike 8-10, Vernon 10-6.
Western League Itc'sulls.
Omaha 5-5, Sioux City 7-7.
Tulsa 8, Wichita 22.
i)es Moines 3-1, St. Joseph 7-3.
Oklahoma City 5-0, Joplin 13-5.
American Association Kosults
Toledo 6-3, Columbus 6-2.
St. Paul 1-6, Minneapolis 10-4.
Indianapolis 8-7, Louisville 1-3.
Milkaukee 7-5. Kansas City 1-6.
How the Series KikHiI.
At Los Angeles 10 games. Portland
3 games; at San Francisco 5 games,
Seattle 5 games; at Salt I,ake 5 games
Vernon 4 games; at Sacramento 8
games, Oakland 2 games.
Where the Teams Play Next Week.
Seattle at Portland, Sacramento at
Salt Lake, Vernon versUJTat San Fran
cisco, San Francisco at Los Angeles.
5 The coal that meet3 your requirements. See that you !
get the genuine for storage. j
Cleaned, Hottest and Most Economical
I B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
NF.W Y.OBK. Sept. 6. (I. N. S.)
The American bison.
The free lunch.
And now the chorus girl?
There .is a rumor, alarming In tired
I' business circles. that our little eross
footllght playmates are vanishing from
tne Great White Way.
1 Chorus girls, says a prominent
! Broadway director, are disappearing
. by the thousands. They are going
back to home and mother and a
! square meal.
Hard times hit the show, girl this
year. like everyone else, only harder.
Many, seasoned to summer slumps,
stuck it out through tlie hot weather.
Many OjiiLlVxilliglits. .
But many others chucked it iHto
gether nnd got out the old "Learn to
Write Shorthand by Muil" booklet and
practiced picking pieces on an office
Imdon West, director, who hires
lots of chorus girls in the course of a
fall's work, Buys this is no press
It's a fact, he says, that many of
the regular chorus girls got a taste of
I hunger this summer nnd have gone
back to the farm, where there is plen
ty to cat. They figure that a fatted
calf in the hand is worth two silk
clad ones in the "sticks." as far as an
empty stomach is concerned.
There's a shortage this fall as a re
sult, not of girls who want to be in
the chorus, but of girls who have the
looks and the voice and the "pep"
and tile steps and, yes, the legs to
Effective Sept. 2nd
Ford Motor Co.
ANNOUNCES ANOTHER. PRICE REDUC
TION ON ALL MODELS.
The following prices are now in effect:
TOURING CAR ..... $450.00
These prices arc all F. 0. B. Detroit.
For prices delivered here come in and see us.
The drop ranges from $45.00 to $100.00 on the
Yours for a Ford
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water & Johnson St
IT.F-SHMAN TKAM STF.OXC.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Cal.,
Sept. 6. (A. P.) The Stanford
freshman team, is expected to bo
rtronger this tenson than for two
years, If rumors are true that five men
from the Long Beach High School
championship team of last year, are
to enter Stanford. Shlpke of Santa
Ana Union High, regarded as one of
tfie best preparatory school fullbacks
In southern California last season ts
already registered at Palo Alto.
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NILKS. Ohio, Sept. 6. (I. N. S.)
An unexpected trip in the air thrilled
a four-year-old lad and spectators
alike at a carnival hue.
When a street vender fastened a bia
bunch of toy balloons to tho forty -nound
vounirster's arm a strong gust
of wind rateed the child off his feet, i
carrying him some distance over the!
carnival grounds. Spectators, who fol-1
lowed the hid, caugnt him and re-
moved the balloons.
radii's best fishing lak
through the water and
according to those wh
occurrence, and main!
and the fish dies within
It dart.il The animal ditl not atiacK any nsn
seizes the fish, more than s!x lnches ln length, nor did
,o reported the it eat its victim.
ains its grasp, A number of specimens ot tne iisn-
a few minutes. ' killer were sent to tne stale game ana
fish department, where officials or.
trying to establish the Identity of tho
strange animal. None ot the . speci
mens captured were more than four
'BUGS' KILL FISH IN
REPORT TO DEPARTMENT
DKXVER. Sept. 6. (U. P.) A
serious lncnaco to fishing In south
western Colorado has been discovered
by sportsmen in that section and is
puzzling officials of the state game
and fish department.
A very small animal, or bug. was
noticed in the water of some of Colo-
Rides Fivins Bicycle
" Vtf l Sit i L
Unbrl"l Poulafn, French champion cyclist, -hopp'ng off on his "avi
eire" at a Paris nice course. He won a prize for a man-propelled plane
fcy dying S raetres (16 1-4 feet) ct an "altitude" of a foot and a halt
Practice With Wooden Rifle:
Wooden rod with tin sights are used In preliminary Instruction ct
rookies at tho-civillan training camp t Plattsburg. X. V. The fellow in
the foreground U Private John V. Ouew. It, son of Coutfiessinun Caiew
. of New York. , j
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