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PIUIJVnKt.PHtA. Oct S5 -Ar
ranKeinonU were completed here
today for a all-round bout lw»two«n
Kid WIIIIUB4 champion bantam
weight of tho oocth, and Johnny
Hughes. an Kngllah bantam, her*
November S. Tho weight will bo
tit pounda ringside.
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S. A. C. SMOKER
Hvo boxing events and two
wrwotllng numbers comprlte the
program for the Seattle AtbMle
club omoln'r tonight. Including
the fa<>< tt amateur talent of the
local club and th» Victoria A C
Victoria will t«*nd thro* bo**r* and
two wre*tU«ro to meet th<- local
atara. Tho rtituplete card foliowa
" Fiord t.vooo. 8 A. C„ Terooa
Itavla. Victoria. 113 pouoda
liuatcr O Noll. 8. A. C„ *er*uo IJr
quhsrt. Victoria 111 pounda
Cal Marrl*. 8 A. C.. roraua Harry
Whoeler. Victoria, IIS pound*
Clarence W*on. 8 A. C. **roua
ltert tiraham. 8 A. C.. J»6 pounda
Hugh Perklno. 8. A. 0, *or»u«
Chel Andwraoa. 8 A. O, 1M pounda
Prank fxmraa 8 A C vor»«i«
Oanady. Vlctorta. 1H pounda
Lloyd Wrajr, 8 A. C. roraua Mid
dlrton. Victoria. 1M pounda
Charlie Hula# will rofcra* the
boxing bouto. and Oacar Marbwt tb*
wrestling match** The otbleteo
on the program Inclttd* lb* beo! tol
rot each club can pnvduc* t>a*l*
la P N A champion, at 111 poondo.
Cal Harria I* considered the l"'0t
amateur llkpoundor In lb* North
weal, and Prank Itancao It IIS
ponad wreotllng champion The
other boy* aro all close to eham
Tb« two bout a between local bo*.
*ro will be at keenly coo tee led oo
the Interclub match**, for Dlton
THE STAR—THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1912.
and Uraham are a well matrhed
l>Hlr of youngiters. whllo I'orklni
will try hard to wreat mlddlewelghl
honora from t'het Andoraon. al '
(hough he will have to give four ar
five pound* In weight to tho moro 1
e*perl*nced honor. Tho smoker
promloes to bo tho boot of lh«
Wisconsin coach** dsclsr*d then* wss not a crippl* on lh* squsd!
last week. ('an It l»* that th.s progressive stuff baa got bold Of the
football roaches, too?
a • • • •
My Mss of nothing at all—Ssmg lh* sporting editor of th* Chris
tian Science Monitor.
••• • •
A* for basebsll, It dl*a hard, but In another w**h, with th* Coast
Iraxun season finished, o*yg*n and sslln* solutions won't stir Um flat '
(■•ring puis* to llf*.
• • • • •
Johnny Coulon ha* plcfcsd *o many soft on** that h* *>p*ct*d to
bo* Kid Williams under wraps. H* aid. and nearly went out utidor
• • • * *
My remark* about th* late W H. Lues* hsvs *|lrr*d up a word or
two of protest. all In moat respectful tones, bossuse tbo former North
western loattue president has i>a*sed before tbe Judgment of the Oroat
Umpire Hasehall fellow* differ aa to what l.ueaa did for tbe law*
In tbo Northwest. Home say he did little but draw salary and dictate.
e * • e e
Mr. "A. H S " to the contrary notwithstanding, • hsve watched
taseball hereabouts sine# lfflt, and I stick to the statement tbat l.ucss
helped ranch In developing tbe gain*. Ha waa handicapped by a lack
or paying ball towns. The article on page I today, by a bush lesitite
crestdent. gl«es s few Ideaa Of what bs had to struggle with. Aleo. be
had a flrmnni of decision «Mi h made blm many enemies. Ilut me
through tbe trying days of l£e Coast ies«u» war. and sferwsrd when
th* National Association rait tbe t oast lesitue erery demand, at the
■ oot of tbo faithful Northwestern league. l,ur*s helped hold 'ogwth*r •
nucleus front which lbs pms*m strong orgs msat lon haa grown.
Lucas wss not sn Ideal Official. But the men who knew him best.!
and whose success lay partly In his hands, th* tesm owners, elected
htm again and again to -tins league, and felt that h* was dolns vwry
good work under difficult rr it lons
trie Lamming. ths world's chsmplon Jsvslln thrower, with a record
of KM feol < Inches, mast took '« his Isarels when Ibe National l**ru*
magnates start throwing MMHitsrpoon Into florae* fVgel.
u# • • • •
Principal Luther of th* Queen Anne high school wants his footbsll
hoys to catch th* t o'clock, train for home after playing Aberdeen on
Maturday. Itoes h* think lb* boys, or Aberdeen, would suffer If they
stayed all aightT
This Is on* time when the Big Smoke Is r*tlrlng without hi* consent,
and. belle** u*. there II b* no eom^back.
Chanc* ha* b**n canned, and Sreanahan *nd*d th* ssm* way, and
w* are now awaiting him more rar* discretion by other big league
OFF THE WIRE
Aba AI tall, • ( champ. and Jimmy
Walsh of lUnton. went 11 round* to
• draw la (ha latter city.
Jack Britton of Chicago out
pointed Kreddle Duffy of UonUm In
a 10 ronnit bout at New York. Tha
Chicago lad led In •vary round but
Oregon unlveriilty football team
eipeels lo Waahlngtoo BI*U
college In thalr contest tomorrow.
Spokane bat aold CartwrlgkL aae
ond baseman. to San Francisco.
Johnny Kllbane had the beat of
a no-decision bout with Johnny Al
tanesa. outboxlng tba latter (or 10
rounda at Columbua last Bight.
Rattling Nelaon la aald to b< pr<v
paring to marry, after tba election
la over. Mia* Pay Kin*, cartoon!*!,
of Denrer. and formerly of Seattle
COAST LEAGUE RESULTS.
Oakland 4. Lo* Angela* 0.
Vernon 7, Portland I.
Sacramento 5. Kan Kranclaco 3.
Standing of the Clubs.
W. L. Pet.
Oakland lin sa .r.ttr,
Vernon IIS 83 ,r.»a
I/>s Angeles 109 89 .650
Portland 84 91 .488
Man Francisco 88 113 .440
Sacramento 70 130 .367
BRONSON ENGLISH -
INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. Ray
llronaon and Clareuce Kaifßuk are
matched today to box eight rounda
In St. Louie October 29. * C
RUNS AWAY WITH
MACHINE AND GIRL
RPOKANB, Oct. 25—Tha police
here are today looking for Oren
Pnrmnnter, of Steven* Point, Wis.,
son of a wealthy banker, oft a war
rant charging him with the thoft
of the automobile of I) S. Wallace,
a retired rancher, l'armenter ban
boen tnlsalng for some time. Marie
Wallace, well known Spokane girl,
33 yeara old, dnughter of the own
er of the machine, haa alao disap
peared. Parmenter met her at
Treut. where ahe was teaching
NORTHWEST M U NICIIJAUTIEB.
WALLA WALLA. Oct 25.—Rep.
rcHentatlvcß of nearly every city In
the Northwest aro hera today to
attend the annual conference of the
League of Northweat Municipalities.
The lirat meeting waa opened by
Mayor A. J. (IIIIIm of Walla Wnlla.
Howard H. Ilanaon of Sent tie and
W. J. Ixx-ke (if San Krauclaco Were
two of the speakers today,
Danco ul Dreamland tonlKht. ***
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SNODQHASb AT HOME
LOH ANOKI.KM. Oct 2&--Krod
Hoodgraaa, the Now York Cilant out
fielder wlioao error In the tenth In
ning of Ihn deciding, game coat him
II.MH) and helped Mostutl to win the
world'* champlonahlp. Is back In
I<M Angeles tmlav 110 OXDOCU to
play wltilor ltaa<-h*ll lu rfoiiihern
1 California. Art Hhafer accom
panied Hnodgraaa from New York,
t'harloa llall. floatnn pitcher, la
pec ted at hla home In Ventura In a
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!/)H ANOKfJW, Oct. 25.- Vernon
will win (he 1912 Coant league |>en
naiit. according to Walter Mct'redl*.
mnnaner of tha i*urtland club,
wblcb la pitted acaluat llogana Ti
ger* ihta week.
"Oakland hit the tot>o«K»n two
week* ago," aald the Heaver man
bk'T. "They have no fight loft In
Vernon la playing 50 per rent
better ball than any team In the
IfMK'in We arn doing oar beat to
hold Mogan'a men down, but baa*
ball luck aoettu agalnat ua."
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TO MEET IDAHO BACKS
BV R. C. WRIGHT
Preparatory to the game wtth
Idaho next Hattirdny. the I'nlveralty
of Waahlngton football team ap»nt
Wadnnaday afternoon In perfecting
the defenae. The aaalxtant coach.
Maxwell Kaklna, aaw the Pullman-
Idaho game, and the varalty la pre
paring to meet the heavy jinn
bucka, In which Kntidaon, the Idaho
fullback, la aald to be proficient.
Knudaon la an experienced player,
having bwea on the Coeur d'Alene
high acbool eleven and for three
year* on the Idaho team.
Report a fmm Idaho aay that Kin
niron, right guard, and Phillip*,
right tuckle. are both ho ex|M»rt In.
toeing the plgakln that Waablngton,
Revolver Club of
(Mr 1.11*4 t*™** wirei j CHICAGO, Oct >«- OtrUi v
TAOOMA, Oct. 26. Taeoma worn «■»«! fold. 1
on are to organ!*, » revolver club j J '£•jSTSV
It will be the only organliatlon of, Duffy, a Chicago I ihtwnxktj
IU kind In tb« country and I. being ro "k" jJ
formed under the aupervlalon of c„ua*nt to a match with
Mlm Ann* Piaaiaa, who bolda the '-on In New York, bat call« 4 J?
wmnwi'i world* n« ord of 4t out of trip when be irarMd al n?,
• poaaibl* 60 on • 21-yard range. 1 land'a llltioea. T*
which hM no brilliant at... I
kicking end of tb« —- ** fc'
on m exchange of W ®
la from Lewiaton
youth Who »«,(««*'»
track aa well aa on tha
The Idaho back field u ,
hard hitting The «>n<» i?*
beat I have aeen " „u *• Hi
Kaklna I ant night T Aaifi?*
terrn-n full ateani wa« *
practice work on Uenny flju *>
today, Coach Ixjbla aan !r
will be eaaler fn order mat i.5?
may he in ix-at
< bamplonablp atruggU K
Idaho I. be| a(
win the North*"at cha»SS?
on the gridiron thla
A BAD COED