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Kissel Touring Car
SEE THEM at the ASSOCIATED GARAGE, and if you ate RoiiiR to
be opcn-miii'ltd nbout buying a car It will min a savinrj of iu
much ns a thousand dollars. Kissel Kara have the same construe
tion nnd features as cars costinR from $3000 up Double ignition, three
quarter elliptic sprinfis, floatlnc; type rear axle, I-bcam front axle. Tin
ken roller bearings throughout, and two on rear axle instead of onr as
nit extra provision to secure pcrfcot alignment. REMY MAGNETO with
SINOLE UNIT COIL, or ATWATER-KENT OENERATOR nnd DRY
CELLS ON MODEL D-9 and on MODEL 0-0; THE G-CYLINDER, GO
JI.P. S.'JOOO KISSEL KAR, AND REMY MAONETO WITH SINOLE
UNIT COIL, AND DRY CELLS ON MODEL LDO. Model D 9 is a five
pntl seven passenger car. Model LDO four or five passenger that's the
A Low-Priced Car, All Quality
H i m H IPH PJHJI BIBH HRShBI
Three New Gars Just Arrived on Uie MancJamia.
See them at the
Associated Garage, Ltd.
KISSEL MOTOR CAR CO., Hartford, Wis.
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WHO IN ALL STAR TEAM
CAPTAIN BILL DEVEREAUX
Captain Hill Dcvoio.iux, who la fa
miliarly liiiowu to tlir fmiK nt llin
I'nclllc C'onHt iih tlin "(ilil icil dog." I'
famous fur nml wldo iih n rnnclior.
Dovorrniic litiu been u Ht n r In lliu l'u
'IIU' Count League fur ten jours. Ilo
lins iI:i oil with different dubs, nml
fur tlin past llvo yearn has liolil dowi
third lmo with I lie O.iLliunl Club,
California, lln Ih ii groit Idol nt tlr
fiiiu of th riii'inr Klirin. It Iiiih
I.im'h until t lut t ho Ih t Ii o equal of At lln
l.rtliuni, wlm wiih the king of Amor-li-nn
clinchers In hid lltnii. Dover
en ux Ik mi aggressive biifl-pkiyor, nl
WIIH being In til" tllll'l.oxt of. tho
llglil, nml never glvci up until th.i
l.ibt player Is uut.
I he learned to pl.iy lai iliall.
'riant in t-lre .mil 3 much
1 1 1 ii II he lucks.
He Is a
Jill k IIIIkh, tint Hcncli All-Aiuorl-
'eiiiiii' iii.ilimtiy I'uhlnil tho pi, lie,
ruiKlil ,fnr tlio Ht. Louis Nntlouul
League dull thin J ear. IIIIkh Ih au
( llier Instance of ii college hoy milk
lug good In mil Jor I en Kile rompiiny.
Thrco year 8 ngii1 lie graduated frnm
the University of C'lillfnrnln. IIIh
work mi thu vniHlty gained thn nt-
itcntloii of thn manager of thu Oak
land cluli, who signed him, Ilo caught
two leasmiH for Oakland, ami then
wont to Rl Louis, wheiu liu dull vend
thu rooiIh. 'Llko Captain Dnvnicaiix,
ho Ih full if ginger nml pepper, anil
thn game never drugs when ho Ih be
tilml tlin plain.
Silent llllt Burns, who wiih with
tho Washington iliih, Ih ii i;iailiiali) JIM DELEHANTY
nf llin PncWn Coast Leaguo, being .laiiici, Dololiauty, who Ih playing
biignlv Instrumental In Loh Angclca iciond biiso for Roach's All-Amoil-winning
thn (liumplwiBhlp laBt your. Joans, Ih iiiio of tho ruinous Dulcmiinly
llli nieat worl: in tho hnx attracted Idol hern, who aro Known wherovai
Hie nttontloii of Miinitgcr Jon Can-I bneobull Ih plnjcd. Kd. Dolchunty,
lilllon of tho Washington cluli, who
bought IiIh lolnaHo fioiu Los Angeles.
IliiniH ninilo good with Wnihlngtou
light away. TIuuirIi tho SctiutoiK
were a lotlnK toam, HuriiH won a
IarKo porcuntuKo of liN Kaines. IIoil
who mot un untlniely death a few
years iiko, was a bcinsatlunjil player.
Drlohanty ami l.ajnlo playcil with
thu. Philadelphia (dub hoforo Hie
American I.ciiriio tnnio Into cxlut-
tt.co. Thoy wcro lenownoil for tholr
It licon Ills Knod foitune to hiivo'hlttli)K, nml when they woro (in the
I cell nshordatod with a cluli HKo Do
ll olt or CIilciiBo, lio would luivo miu'o
a iccoril oijual to that of Tlueo-I'ln-Kiireil
lliown, Hill Donovan or Chrla
ty Jlittliowbon. He Is n loft-lmniloil
player, hut, unlike moat U'ft-liandom,
I.- aKtoadv iih a clock. IIIh inntrol.
together wltji IiIh i;rent Hjieuil, maUcj
lilm n (IniiKvroiiB man In tho ho.
This youiiK pitcher IiiiIIh fiom tho
Krent State of Toxna, ami hut a fow
oniH (iRo was n cowhov. lie left the
plains to attend eulloi;e, anil It wiih
while leeelvlni; IiIh eilucallou Hull
dliiliionil I'lilladolplila wiih always
hard to boat. Brother Jim ki admit
id Into fant company lifter tho (loath
nt lila'lirothur Kd., ami Ih now plny
InR berond haso for tho Wiwlilnstmi
cluh. TIiIh year ho upheld tlio hit
ting leputatlon of the family hy hal
ting over 300, ami finishing second
to Ty Cohh.
.lei rv Krceiiinii, who Is playing
IIihi Mrihe for Iti'ach'H AII-AmeileaiiH.
liolil iIunmi a like position on tlm
Washington cluh thin cnr This wnB
his flint sear In tho American League
He supplanted .lake, Stahl, whom
Washington sold to Boston. While
Hlnhl was ruled as a lilgli-elnss play
er, I'reemiin inmed iiulto IiIh eiii.il.
Heforu Joining thn WiiHlilngtou cluli.
Jt-rry played flmt h.iko for Minneapo
lis two jcais. Before going to .Min
neapolis, ho held down llu.l for thn
Portland club of tlio I'licldn Coail
League. Ho Is a big, rangy fellow
and very much of n hall-player.
(IcorRo Hllilebrnnd, who Ih playing
left field for thn Uuvh All-Annul-cans,
has wmn Sun I'ranclsco'H uni
form for live M'.us. Ho played one
K'liioii- lth tlio Biooklvn elill) he
ft lo 'olulug Kan Francisco. Ho Is .i
llnliihed outfielder In every respect.
I'cw outfielders cover inoro grnund
or fin return the hall to thn homo
plate, In hotter Bhtipo than this
stocks outfielder. Ho Ih playing In
side ball all tho tlmo; whllo nt the
l.nt, tho pitcher must put thn ball
nvor tlio pinto beforo Hlldy will Hiving
at It. Ho may not in.iko us many
hits as Ty Cohh on thli Urlp, hut S
Is oven bolting that ho will got his
huso on balls ns often.
Itoy McArdle, who Ih playing Bhort
stni for Heach's All-Aiuorlcnns, 'play
cil tho luflojd for San I'ninclsco this
cnr. This young player U n tjioat
fielder. Ilatlers cannot hit them tt-i
fust down his iviij for him not to
Plop. Ho Is n player who goes after
everything that comes nnywhero
near lilm. Ho has a strong and ac
( urate arm nnd seldom makes n poor
thiow to first baEe.
NEW MEMBERS OF
Klanford I'lihcrslty, President .lor
ilan nniioiinced the list of new I'nrulty
menihers for ntixt Henientcr iih follows:
Dr. John liorgxtioui of thu depart
ment or ediicallun of Indlaim Culver-i-lty
has been celled to Klanford and
will hold a full prufcksorhhlp In ps
( hology and ('duration,
Profi'HKiir J. ('. 1 Klfh, who Ii.ih
been alisent on a leave, will return to
work at Stanford nml take up the
course of bridge engineering.
ProfesKor .lesso Mary mid Dr. JauicH
A. Wooilbiirn will bo toniHirary pro
fesHiirH In history. Protestor Mary
( oines from Iowa Collcgo and Ih one
of thn leading miters oif Po'ltlcal
Parlies. Dr. Wooilbiirn has boon the
head of tlm history department at In
Profd-uor, T S. Adams of tho (lepiit
liieut of economics nt yVUconslu will
tnko ProfeHsor Mills' place In that de
partment hero. Professor Adams Ih
oik; of the authors of Adams and Sum
i.er's hook on labor problems.
.Tlm date for tho icport of thu In
tiinntlon.il Fisheries ('oiiiiiiIbsIoii, of
which President Jordan Ih n member.
1'iih been postponed from January lit
to June 3rd. The reason Is tho rrslg
nation of tho llrlllrh member, C. 8. T.
Hasledii, who Iiiih been promoted to he
deputy minister. IIIh HiiecesMir Ih to
Im IMnaril I-:, Prince of tlio Ilnlvurblty
or Toronto. Profosbor Prlneu Iiiih aok
od for moro time,
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlna
Bulletin glvet a complete summary of
the newi of the day.
AMENDED LAW FOR
Mnntpeller, Vt Tho Vermont
House of Iteprcsentatlvcs lust men-
lug piiHsed without debate tho Hnuntn
bill lehillng to the practice of medi
cine and surgrr) after proposing an
I'lneiidiuenl which will umloubtedly
be i (inclined In by tho Senato by aild
lug to tho end of tho last section tlio
following amendment: "That tho pio-
vlslons of this chapter shall not apply
to persons who merely pructlcn tlio
lellglous tenets of their church with
put pretending a knowledge of medi
cine or surgery."
Tills amendment was urged at a
hea'rlng given on this hill Tuesday
evening and It Ih understood to per
tain to the practice of Christian Sci
ence No opposition in ,ny form ap
peared to tills amendment cither In
committee rooms or on tho floor of
the House, as it was considered emi
nently fair and Just.
l J. Bryan has been Inflated Into
the Fraternal Older of Fugles nt Lin
NICK WILLIAMS-ONE OF THE ALL-STAR PLAYERS, WHO HAS ALWAYS BEEN POPULAR HERE.