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Gossip of the pictures
Newest photodramas and
Comedies of the screen.
Whoiv to Go In Pendleton.
Newsy Notes From
the Sporting World
X. W. LEAGUE GAMES.
riilv.Tsity of Oregon, Kucene. Sort. Seore:
IK. rj fot tli;..l nu n, almost Seattle . ,
record number fur the ml Idle of the imand .
soiis.in. appeared on Kineaid field yes- Score:
ten! iv afternoon two las before tin- Taeonia .
l--n iis of i-olleae. Trainer Hay ward ; Spokane .
mid the ( actus are enthusiastic, first i
er the larger number of candidates
but more so over the splendid Uallty
! football material already in hand
o f.ll the vaeant places of the grad
uates. The men too. feel the spirit
.f the situation and where a few days
jigo the outlook seemed dubious, with
the three teeth missing In the fa
nous bulldog rue. things have bright-
ned up very appreciably. The new
l.uiuh is such that It will not only
j;ive hopes for this year hut fill a team
t'nut ill continue development dur
ing the coming years, i
The open plat es, for which almost j
two score are already fiKhtinir. are
the two ends, center, nuarterback and
i ne half. For the quarter position,
.'iiach Pinkham has found such men
;is (.'ornell. the brilliant Portland iaa
who astonished the interseholastio
l'ollowers wfth his wonderful speed
mid dexterity: Harold Purdy, a high
school "I'luiKim" of Coeur d'Alene.
Idaho; and I Joss, the Wenatchee,
Cook May I.ninl Half.
Sam Cook of Coeur d'Alene has a
:od chance at the vacant half, while
the empty center will be sought for
ly such men from last year's srjuad
us Grout or Fenton. Hall and Bailey
will hold their old positions at tackle
iitul beside them as guards will be
Karris and Grout. In the back field
will be Walker and Heusner. With
the very large number of competing
randida'u-s it is rather. too early to be
1'Uii.ling probable teams. Hen
Chandler and Stannard are possible
men to fill the ends though either of
ffcese men is capable of several other
j daces. Among the other old men
who have not yet made the first
(uad are Hroughton and Barzee, both
I'ortland men. Bradshaw may be
ble to return to his end place but
there is doubt.
. Three graduate coaches. "Bill"
lain. Gordon Moor and "Chuck"
Taylor, a triumvirate? of Oregon's
greatest football heroes, are all on
hand and assisting Head Coach Pink
hum, the famous Oregon tackle.
ATHLETIC CLUB IS
ELECTED TO A. A. U.
COAST LEAGUE GAMES.
Portland . .
Los Angele .
Oakland . ..
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES,
New York 3
Scot e ;
St. L..u: 4
t'ini u. nati . . 1
AMEIJICAN LEAGUE GAMES.
Second i:a me;
Women have few bad habits be
'iiuic of their funny Ideas of what
The Pendleton Amateur Athletic
club is now a member of the Pacific
Northwest Association of the A. A. U.
having been elected to membership
at a recent meeting held in Seattle.
The other members of the P. N. A.
of the A. A. U. are the Multnomah,
Seattle, Spokane, James Bay and
Vancouver athletic clubs and thus
Pendleton takes ranking In the ath
letic world along with the larger cit
ies of the northwest.
The recognition thus given this
citv is almost entirely due to the ef
forts of Dudley Evans, who is taking
the lead in arranging the boxing and
wrestling tournament to be held In
the Oregon theater on the last two
evenings of Ilound-up time.
Mr. Evans yesterday received a let
ter from the Spokane club stating
that a heavyweight wrestler will in
all probability he sent here for the
meet for a match with Aubrey
Graham, the local big fellow, and the
news will be welcome to Graham's
The local boxing and wrestling
classes will begin tonight on the fin
ishing up work for the meet. Dudley
Evans and Fred Sax will work out
with the classes and a full list Is re
quested to appear. Fred Sax is a for
mer amateur of Tom Tracey's class
of Portland, a clever boxer and many
t ines finner in the tournaments. His
addition to the boxing staff Is valu
able. He is working on the asylum
glazing work and readily accepted the
club's invitation to tielp out for the
Evans is too well known to need
introduction. He has been affiliated
with the boxing classes and clubs of
the northwest and California for the
past twenty years. He was a pupil of
the late Jack Dempsey and winner of
the diamond medal and weltership
championship at the Portland Pastime
Athletic club in 1892. Pinee that time
he has boxed In over fifty contests.
and while not competing in profes
Isional bouts any more, Is an ardent
! lnver nf hox-ine.
Charles Jost, well known in this
city, is a former pupii of Evans and
is ranked as the per of the Oregon
boxers, having had so many contests
E. i in both amateur and professional
1 ranks that he has lost the count He
will be present the last few days and
will handle the club boys during the
All members of the .boxing class,
ami any desiring to enter are request
ed to come to these classes every eve
ning at 7:30 in order that a full list
mav be selected in the different
The other clubs are sending a full
list and the P. A. A. C. desires to
have a fair chance at the honors of
Dan Downey has been requested to
wear the club Colo's in the light
heavy division .and should be accept
the athletic committee feels sure of
that trophy. With Frank Nudo. Dan
Downey, Coppy Orton, C. Johnson
and several others not yet selected,
Pendleton A. A. C. would be ably
( A. Zuansen of Wilbur. Wash.,
has requested to be allowed to enter
for Pendleton and his record of ama
teur standing is being looked Into.
Spokane has sent in an additional 145
pound wrestler to compete with Se
attle and Multnomah has entered
two Fabre, the northwest amateur
J champion, and Lawrertce Duff, sev
R. H. E.'eral t ines winner and well known
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An extra good program for Tues
day's change. Four full reels of the
best American pictures.
1. Holding the Fort. Edison. Nev
er before have four walls been called
upon to stand such a pressure of
comedy. It takes place In room No.
23, accidentally assigned to a newly
married man and a maternal maiden
lady who is a delegate, and a speaker
at a convention.
2. Kentucky Girl. Kalem. Bell
Mae Marsh) and Bob Hopkins (Car
lyle Black well) believe their father's
horse, the famous Kentucky girl, will
be sure to win In the coming race.
The only contestant they fear Is Jim
Penn, owned by their neighbor, Rol
lins, a banker.
On the verge of Dankruptcy, Hop
kins appeals to Rollins for help. The
banker consents only on one condition
that he will give him Belle in mar-
rlitfe. This offer is spurned.
"Shorty" a successful Jockey, prom
ises to ride Kentucky Girl for the
colonel. The banker, fearing defeat,
tries to poison the horse, but through
Shorty his plans are frustrated and
shorty rides Kentucky Girl to victory.
3. The Inner Circle. Biograph. An
unusually Interesting picture, featur
ing Miss Mary Plckford. A lonely
widow living In the Italian quarter of
the city., whose only solace Is his little
chil.l, is reluctantly a member of a
secret society. They ask a wealthy
member for $300 to cover expenses
of the society. They are refused.
They decide upon his annihilation
electing the widower to do the deed.
In the meantime his little child had
been hurt in an automobile accident
and carried into the doomed house
just as the father places and lights
the bomb beneath It.
4. A Messenger to Kearney. Se-
lig. A story of earlv California just
about the time the gringos came. The
plot deals with a love episode In
which a frontiersman, Clay, rescues a
seniorita, Isabella Marcello, from a
forced marriage to a Mexican, her
father's choice. Phyllss Gordon plays
the girl and A. E. Gracia the Mexi
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The home of good pictures. Un
usually interesting program for Tues
"The Prison Ship," Kalem. A grip
ping drama of the American revolu
tion. The first scene opens In a co
lonial manor house, the home of the
heroine. The British authorities held
American prisoners of war in an old
hulk anchored in New York harbor
This story works up to a thrilling es
cape from this ship. The heroine gets
word to her lover In the ship and
brings a boat under his windows into
which he lowers himself on knotted
bedding. They are pursued by Brit
ish soldiers almost to the American
camp where the red coats fall Into
an ambuscade and are cut to pieces
by a well-aimed volley The acting
Is fine. The escape is perfectly con
ducted ard the climax where the blue
coats vollley into the pursuers is a
"Cupid's .Stolen Arrows," American
Pathe. Cupid, the playful elf has
been caught napping and his arrows
stolen by an evil spirit. With the
change In ownership many amusing
situations arise, for young and old
succumb to the baleful Influence of
the demon until cupld awakens and
succeeds in righting the mischief
which has been wrought.
"The Wayfarer," Sellg. This is a
story exemplifying the strength of
the weak. In the fast passing rough
wild days of our western frontier life
the women folks of a ranch often
underwent the most harrowing ex
periences, while aiding in the capture
of some border desperado.
"Spring Log Driving Maine," Edi
son. This is a periect picture in
every respect with an educational and
entertaining value, abounding in pic
turesque scenes, some of them not a
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drama. "In Old Tennessee." A lively
story of adventure and love amid the
j More men might get to the front If
j they didn't stop to talk.
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Tins Goddess of Liberty.
Coming to the Oregon theater Sep
tember "6. Is Joseph E. Howard, the
well known composer, actor and sing
er, In the big musical comedy. The
Goddess of Liberty, with a company
of 40 people. The play has been here
before and is highly recommended by
the management. Mr. Howard has
added u!l new music to the show and
Is supported by Miss Mabel McCane.
By the way. Miss McCane is the little
lady who succeeded Abarboiielli In
Madam Sherry, and Is given the cred
it of playing the part in Madam Sher
ry in her style and manner to a much
better advantage than Miss Abarbon-t-lli,
In all the Boston papers last sea
son. She has been playing with Mr.
Howard in vaudeville since October,
and the criticism by the critics have
been more than great for her.
Wednesday and Thursday, Florence
Lawrence and Owen Moore in a
strong dramatic story.
"The Chance Shot." Victor. Bath
er than let her husband know that her
father had been hanged for murder,
the young wife paid a former ac
quaintance hush money to keep the
matter secret. Meeting him one day
she hid him in a shed when she saw
her husband and a friend returning
from a hunting trip. To settle a ques
tion of marksmanship the two men
fired at a target on the shed door.
Flo on her way home heard the shots
and hurried back. On opening the
door they found fate had taken a
hand, for the blackmailer had been
killed by a stray shot.
"How He Made Good." Bison A
fine western story, with lots of fast
riding, and many beautiful scenes.
The plot Is clearly and convincingly
set forth, and the characters seem
very human and life-like.
"The Maid of the Rocks." Cham
pion. Laid In a seacost village, the
story deals with the love of a coast
guard and a smuggler for a fisher
maid. She loves the smuggler who
promises to quit the business for her.
But he decides to make one last trip;
the smugglers are surprised by the
lcoast guards and In the battle the
girl's lover wounds his rival and is
taken prisoner. The story ends In
a dramatic and verv pleasing way.
"His First and Last Appearance."
Powers. An uproarous comedy of
farmer life, which deals with a coun
try boy's ambition to become an ac
tor, and how fate through the medium
of a barn-storming road show gave
him a chance. His appearance near
ly caused a riot. One big laugh
Coming Friday, a two reel Imp
To the man who establishes the
best claim to the. title of champion
all-around cowboy during the annual
Ilound-up here next week will be
awarded a handsome, gold mounted
trophy belt donated by Bichard K.
Fox, publisher of the Police Gazette,
and made by Brock. & Co., Los An
geles i -welers The belt has already
been received and may well be cov
eted by any on of the army of cow
boys which will ne here for the
The award will be based on the in
dividual records of the competitors.
To the first, second and third place
winners in the various events, points
will be credited. the number of
ioints tii be determined by the na
ture of the event. For those events
which put a premium upon the skill
of the cowboy rather than upon the
fleetness and other qualities of his
'mount, the greatest number of points
will be allowed.
The following Is the way the points
will be awarded In the various events:
1st. 2nd. 3d.
Cowboy's Belay 15
Stage Coach 15
Pony Express 15
Wild Horse Bace 20
Men's Cowpony Bace ... 5
Homan Bace 15 10 3
Tusr of War 20 10 4
Potato Bace 20 10 4
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