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JESS WILLARD NEVER WILL BE MATCH FOR JACK DEMPSEY
| \ P • C Puodatc
Harry Decker Used Beefsteak and
Shot While Inventing Big Glove
i ii unfa ii.
TN the old days catcher- used to lake some awful punishment because ..I tin- lack ot
& protection. The pitching l>o\ was •• • m those early (lav- and the huilci- Mfl
speed as the\ ha\ e now
Of course, the catchers stood hack ami took the Ili st pitches on the
l*»unce except when men were on lu»s,>>. ami it was the thud strike.
l'.ut they had no shm guards, masks or lug gloves 1,1 those days, and a
fellow had'to We almost a martyi to k m> U-hmd the plate with lellows like
John Clarkson. Amos llusie and those old stars doing the pitohmjr
The big catcher's pad now in use in baseball, is the same glove that
Hairy Pecker, a team mate of mine on the Peoria team in IHM.">. invented
Harry had I teen troubled with split fingers and he kept tinkering around
with leather trying to figure out how to protect his left hand, which does
the big work tor all catchers.
He had a thin, fingerless glove to start with and one day he slipjKii a
piece of raw l>eefstcak U'tween the glove and his hand and that gave him
his first idea. He used this protection for almost a season, using a Iresh
piece of meat each day.
Then he tried shot in the pocket of the glove and put a piece of leather
on top of the shot, leaving it l>etween the two pieces ot leather.
This gave him the idea of huild.ng the mitt up bigger and lacing f,n-
gers on the Itack of the jrlov.
One day he hit upon th< idea ol >tulTiii|i tu»> "» the mitt |>mioctioii. and finally got
some good felt and used that
It has been in use ever since.
I •tin have the mark* of those
catch ng daye on my ban
fingers, never correctly nn-inlil an t
I remenibei many of the old time
plats bavins mm's from
their left-hand finger*, because they
kept faraaklni: all the tino-
Catching hi baatball t»da>. with
guards and |>ri • oag of a.I kinds
la a aaft Job cum tsar > d to tba dan
get* risked by the knight* of lh«
elate In thoe* rarl> data
Monday Oucdale will tell
■■■Ml tba rhangri In xmc of
the rule*, and hoar they arm
BE ABLE TO
PHHJtDICI.I'iIIA. Dec. M—Wil
liam T. Tilden. tennla champion.
!• undecided whether ha will be able
(a play In exhibition matches to Chi
lUk on January '. and *.
'•♦ly finger i- still In handiK'->"
TDderi aay*. "and I have not touched
A racquet y»t I hope to get the
bandages off next week and If possl
lli I Will play, otherwise I will um
pire the matches."
"About the first of June Sandy and
it will take a sn w»es« "up •.. C..1.
fOrnia gad the Pacific Northwe.t.
•leaping at Chicago. Indian* polK
Pert land. Seattle, San Franclaco. Ix>s
Angeles „nd other points," the tennis
atar declared. "Sandy" Weiner i- his
Sad News for
CAMBKMK.K M.iss I>*c. m
Here's sad news for the bull
red rag which the toreadors
wave at the butt doesn t make
htm angry at all. the American
AaaocrutUon for Advancement of
ttctence ha* been advised by Pro
feaanr (iaorge M St rat ton of th*
I'nlveralty of California
The bull la exriterl merely hv
the nourishing of the r »g 'ireen
Or blue would m.ik«- him Just »»
fip*pgqred. Profes»or strntton say
« NtaTBaMB l»0< TOR
I N'ature Chinese Herb*
. yt. Her M • • hln...
f tledlelar l a.
' t»»* Jame* «l , < .r. 2*4
»allle. Mala MM
Oaararter use* our methoda \m
a«ary transaction, and ur cus
tomer* are aTordad every <our-
Ul> eonalntent with aound buat-
raid a* ••Tine* »«»«"n
aVooouaU ttubject to Check Ara
People* Savings Bank
MBCOIII AVK. Aftll I'IKK NT.
U.S. NAVY YARD
1 ak« Vmmt Ht**m*ra mi
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# f.i'p» •''in-lur
from l*# idle I-.
-•tur-Jnv and Hur»dar. • !• p. m
W«do««d*v Friday. Haturday and
ftuaday. 11 10 p m.
Mattlr lw Hrrni*rlon l>ail/
7 1!. 11:1* » J It p m.
V.xtrm trip Hat * Hun., f:l« p m
I'wnif Far* »n<- Roaa<l Trip
Navy Yard Route
' ilain liork Mala :!»» i
MTAR WANT AOS
As Told to Leo H. Lassen
Fanning With Farrell
Mont champions kept title*.
Football mis exception.
Hascttall champs repeatctl.
BY IIKNR. L 1 VKKKI.I
WITH ihe egception of golf and
boalng. lenders in most sport
remained In possession of their hon
or* thru l»IJ
There was practically a new Hat
of champions In football, but that
is such an unstable game that many
annual changes sr* forced by nat
Professional baseball retained
moat of its leading clubs snd tennis
. had no important cbangea
In the college field, rowing aqd
track and field, two major sport*.
• found the same powers in com
a a a
WIN NINO of tba two major
league pennants by N«w York
clubs on sucoMalv* years established
a new record for baseball The
(Slants, in winning their second »uc
ceaslva world's championship, also
accomplished a feat that hadn't
been equaled In several year*.
Kaltlmore ran away with the In
tematlonal league pennant and won
'the "little world's series'' fiom St
Paul, the pennant winners of the
■ American Association.
' a a. a
f7Vj<)TMAI.I. had It* greatrat >e»r
i«T snd 'lie outstanding sectional
team*, if they are disputed a* rham
Middle West—lowa and Michlga.
Miaaourt Valley -Nebraska
s a s
KAMI 1.1 Alt faces were sll found
In familiar p'aces after a most
successful year of 'ennl* The list
of • humplnn* la-low found only on*
change and that was tx-rauae Will
■am T. Tilden dad nut defend hi*
Davie Cup Champion* — t.'ni'ed
World's Singles Champion—Will
iam T Tilden.
World's Woman Champion-Mil'
American Woman'* Champion —
; Mrs. Moll., Manory
Urltiah Singles Champion—'lerald
I L. Putterwon.
A tit fh» golf crown* ink- ■!
hand* during n »rM.«'»ariilar and
moot lnl»r»«fin(t waann whlrh u*
the rapid rl«c of youna" player* uml
Fare and One-half
THE LINE OF RELIABLE SERVICE
December 29, 30, 31, January 1
Final Return Limit January 3
Tlrkrln ami RaMTI »• Inni ill
King Htrrrl HI mini. < MMtMaTMhJ TlrliH OMIM
M iln MM Sl ''*» , ' m "'
V.. 1.. < Wil.t, <■<■nir.il \rpiii I>»'|>nrl»« hi
200 1., t Htnllli lliillding
Dates of Sale
i tba decline of the "oM guatd " The
[cloae of Ho -raoon found
W< I. < I. unpion Har»»eii
British t>i» i> Champion—Walter j
Allw rlcun liperi Champion tlena
P O A Champion (l«r Hataxen
Amateur Champion--Jesse Sweet
Amateur Woman Champion Mi«s
• • •
/"VV I.IFOKNI A won the national
v. and •h- Kaatern intercollegiate
track and flrld championship for the
src.md time and tha rowing eight
of tba t'nliad States Naval academy
won It* third utla.
• • •
PAPAAOK of Oaorgwa Carpanttec.
Johnny Huff and tlen* Tuuney
, ax ring champion* wvre unusual d*
' velopment* of tha year in pugilism
' Carpentler droppad all hla fltla when '
ha wa* knocked out by Battling!
Siki. Johnny lluff loat hla flyweight I
tltl* to Pan. ho Villa and Marry
tlreb beat f.ene Tunnry for the light
• heavyweight fltla
Th>' presegg champion are
Worlds M«W»yweight Jack I»mp
European Heavyweight - Battling
World'* Light Heavyweight- Hat
American light Heavyweight -
World'* Middleweight — Johnny
New York * World* Middleweight
■ Mike ii'Dowd
World's Wrlterwrlgh' Mickey
Woi id a Junior Welterweight —
World 1 * lightweight penny
World'* Junior lightweight —
World - * Featherweight mm Johnny
New York'a World'* Feather,
i weight Johnny Dundee »
World'. Uanlamweight — Jo*
World's Flyweight Jimmy Wild*
Anieiicjin Kly weight Pancbo
The titles bestowed on Mike
O'Dnwd snd Johnny Dundee are
trick gifts of the New York boxing
commission snd Mitchell was elerted
i to hi* crown by a public vot*.
THK SEATTLE STAR
Cal Ewing I
Fosters Rookie Rule and
Protects Himself With
KY LEO H. LASSEN
ASH II tn Chl
Kwlns for out
•marl ins iti<" ■'■I
nf I hi* «'nu»l
II MM K wins
who foalaiwil Iha
i ■ ■■ ■ k l« t ill'* lliiW
lii *f fwl <n MM
rlrmlt fur »a»t
■ ••■on »hi«*h
■taiaa thai two
man who dla not
mi \r 1(1 «'!«»• A A
or major l«a«u*
hall in lt?J mmi
in- manlier* of
Then Kwln* atapa nut anil Imaa up
lw>l Bakar and t'hat Thomaa f<>i hia
i-ali-hara an<l lha> prota. t him aa far
aa tha roohlr I ula la cotx-ai Had
llakar .ana tit In tha Moot ham
laogua laat aummar aftar »,i. n l.ii«
aa\aral yaara In tha majora and In
tha i'uml • a .«
T1...m.i- l lJi"l in tha nulf-|M-ri<tanl
Han Joaquin vallay rlrrult laat aa*.
aon ami ha nlao haa aaan lons major
leaSUa aat \ lr*
Ho Kwins outamartad hla ro work
aia by srahhins 'a" ' tookiaa ' and
villi fortirylns hla i-alrhlns ««rpa.
It lamaina to |H> arao whathar
Rwins will ll»a up to Hi* rral auiilt
of Iha mo air rula or not
Nil I \ M \t
Hi I I «. VMI
ri - .hi Hi* r.«»« atata im
l*at Shaw, rlfhthandad flins»r with
ihr- K*n Kmm m<i Haaia laai aa..ann.
rtuiy <iua (hf national paatlma Hut
llun><> if Dial Hha i dim la ''111
. .lam mliioi li-a*u. ptuhrt.
will Im Imi k ull tha >»b acaln
MMM I KMiIM I Kill
OW \ HI \l.
You isn't flsura ball playara.
Oeursa klalaal alwaya wanlad to
rotna lark to tha foaat laasua. hut
whan ha had a chanr.. to play wllh
Im Ansalaa h» lurna around «nd
ansinaeta a daal for h Imaa If wharaby
da a ill plat aith Toronto In tha In
larnational ian sua n*it taar Hut
i..«a a ill tia k»anly »»r» by I- A aa
Malaal la a atal of ll» *»o»t aalat in
CcMtat Irasua company
\ I I I OM llultsy
UIUM i IM « \tr.K
lUinmr Hohna aaya that Mowaa
Vallowhoraa Will ba a his ataT
with Hairarnrnto In tha Coast laasua
Una yaar if Uta bt, Indian hurlar i-an
walk tha atiaisht and luxrn*. Ao>
fording to Mnhna. Vallowhoraa llkaa
to dahhla with flrawatar lon murh.
and ia<-fc of rendition kapl him from
bains a s'ar laat yaar ttohn" aaya
YaHowhor aa ahowa<| him ona of tha
baa! fut balla In tha National laasua
Hoy Laalle. new Mull t.aka rir*i
Miliar, la a pretiy good fir»t luw
guarxltan aivordlog l<> I.oui- Kon
■Mm. I'lncy infMdar. wintering in
California. Konea»« la o,uo<ed ax aay
ina; Out ba 1a a rood BaMSVi altho
ha won't maka tha pltenera in thia
league vraap and moan an>
MII.WAIKKK Mia IJa* M —
Johnny Itundae. New York.' Junior
llghtwnghi < haropion. arm. i .
rlrancul victory nvn Tommy
OMH Milwaukee, here laat nlghl
|In 10 uninteresting round*
Dunde. >«u|li< I > Ilrian off in,
MM in tha aevtnth louud and
drnppad him with a right to tha
Jaw o'ltrian waa up on tha re
bound und waa not hurt.
l*r >KTI.ANI>. Dec 30 Tha Hcott
high achool alavan. fr»»m Toledo.
Ohio. In tha Waal to play tha for
vallla high at hool alavan Munday In
tha New Yrar'a da> Interaectlonal
arholaatlc football l>altla. wara eaa
Inic the atghta in Portland today
Thay will movr on to <'or vallla
CLUB PUTS UP
FINE FOR RAY
< lll('A<><). Dec. 10 -Tha llllnola
Athlatlr olUb haa forwardad n click
for tIOO to QM National Atnutrur ,
Alhlatlc union In paymanl of tha!
fina lmi>oaa«l on Jola Hay. a runnar.
for vlolrtili.ii si tha amateur rulaa. ;
Kay waa alleged to have tuinad In
100 large an cxiwnae account.
NOW FREE MAN
(tiitflrlder l>uv» Ilolwrtnon ta now
ii fji-f iiicent Mi- line lieen ictv**n
hla urn nnilltlonal irleane by the
Nrw York < Jlnnl»
AROUND THE LINKS WITH ALEX C. ROSE
WITHIN the nr«l Im week*.
George \ M I'.ltn. I'aclflr
Nnrlhueal imiiitrtir rlirfinpinu.
ulll Irj to §H bnili Into the
Bood pfMH <>' "if MMtMMI
body, and cyery (toilet- who
kiMiw« Mm i» hapten hi hi
mm rix»f ill TrmHitm around
MMpatteg in tonriiHJiirnU for ■
period ol sl\ weeks on Ittll pay
hub one of till- fount* Hint
r»u«ed George'* entry in tin* nit
lionitl niiiiitein r\enl to be re
H i led. Mr llhs not prnfe»»loti
iiltred. Mr «hs put on prolni
■inn. a» it were, by the unvem
hib lioil>, mil h*< hf >' ! • i|iiH
lii» position in lite sporting
koikl- store In Salt Lain- I it).
Ilia rluuirra for reinstatement
rhe Fighting Pose of
"Bearcat" Dode Bercot
Gives Bercot Wallop
Monroe Logger Has 12' 2 -Inch Biceps and Strong
Arms Give Him Punching Strength; How He Stacks
Up; To Meet Nessman
WHF.N oik- considers the husky build of "Mean at" Dode
IWcott. the .Monroe logger, who has jumped into the
Northwest i ing spotlight m> suddenly, there is no question as
to whan (!.: • wiunuster get* his tremendous wallop.
Working in the woods as a high rigger, one of the most
' <nuous jobs in a logging ramp. I'.ercott has built himseli
.jp wonderfully by pulling log
gniK tarkie up in the air.
Hereon weigh a only IHH pounda
but ha rnaaauraa 11', Inrhaa around
'ha blrapa arid It Inchaa around tha
Ha haa a raaeh of 't Inrhaa.
which la a long reach for a light
Tha Monroe ymjnga'er la ■lltl
mlght> graan In waya of tha ring.
; and Uonntg Aualln la acting wlaeiy
In puahing him along alowly, m.-at
Ing l>o>a of nla own a»parlanra
llerrott'a nail ring appearance
I will ba In Taenma with Jack Naaa
man. iha \an<»uvar, B. C. Ilghi
weight Naaaman la a huaky kid
hlmaalf and carries a grawl ptm.-n
|(a ahnuld ha able in maka tlilliga
Intaraatlng for IMMSM
Anal In. who la a good Judge of
boxing, thinka that Rarrott. with hU
punch and hla wlllingnaaa to ;• .1 1
I should daralop into a goo. I buy.
ttarcott haa tha natural advunl.ote
to atari wit 1 In a splendid Imdv
1 that la In Mp top trim
Jack Josephs Is
Winner in Melee
With Jimmy Duffy
I>)S ANIIKI.KS. Iter 30 Jiick
Josephs of Minneapolis, la tha
Coaat welterweight champion to.
day. defeat iiik Oakland Jimmy
Duffy In a four round acrap hare
apitear 11. K. Hire's hoping,
Two of Heattle'a brut.known golf
er*, niimrly. Hon Hteln nnd Johnnie
Jnnea will be effected bv the nrw
amateur nilr, regnidlng players
working In nportlng rikmlh "toree,
"iiii-ii Kiim into i d,-, i Mat Monday,
Hon Hteln, wliii linn Imiri employed
In the loinl SpnMliiK . Mint* duting
the past Hevi-n yearn, will undniiht
adly bold on to bin amateur MMM
inif h\ kmi> g from his prmtinii
tonight .fohnnli' .Innan la not vii\
keen nn the nubjeot and may re
miiln with tin- Piper A Taft atore.
where In- lina been for til* past two
I Of cuuraa, be at 111 baa a few linura
Weight Hi 1 - pounda
Height ibarafootl .... H\ Imhea
I'haat. normal »*\ m< h>-a
I'haat. expanded It ln< ha*
Walat II Inrhaa
Nark It inrhaa
HI. epe 124 In. lira
Forearm* II Inrhaa
Thigha : ■'« ln< hea
I'alvaa 14 Inchaa
Itcar h "I lnchra
A. A. F. Body Is
Well Under Way
NKW KMNC Iter. 10.—Tha Na
tloiml Amutcur Athlatlr federation
; of America got away to a flying start
jln Ita flrat unnual convention and
formally assumed Ha place In the
; athletic world The meet Ing; waa
'conducted with every Indication that
I Iha new organization wua hare to
Tha fcilrtitllon. It waa explained
at aome length hv vmiou« speakers.
, la In no way a controlling body and
Ita 1 ui|H>ae la not to uaurp the |m>w
era and duties of the varloua aepa
rata 01 ga nix* I ions of which It la com
poaed. All of which appear* to have
la-en 11 roundnlmut way of Informing
UN A. A. U. thiit tha lattei organ
laat lon need feel no apprehenalon
In Joining the federation
left In whli b to deride whether ha
wlnhea U> be a atmon pura or a
Unusual loonl inlerrat will b*
MH in HM California open chain
ploimhlp lit Sun I'ranctsro ne»t'
week berauae of the fact that Al
Kaptnnaa. the Inglcwuod pro, holder
nf the Mate open till'', will ha a
competitor. Tbia young star's play
IUK In tin- "Ml events wan par fx
i i llenre nnd iniiiu keen Judges pie
diet that he has the ability to win
national hIIMIITi Ilia real teat will
come In the California field, an be
will be pitted against sin h win Id
famed linknmrn ;i« < Senc Sinn/in.
Walter Haven. "Jock" 11 ucliui.sun.
"f'hlrk" Rvhiis, li'i' Klrkwnod. .Inhti
IJUcW. Uclam.ild Smith, Kl»d
Ex-Champ Too Old, Fat
and Slow for Champion
Willard Ha. Remarkable Physique, but Seattle Fans
Will See for Them.elve. Tue.day; Demp»ey Hat
Youth, Punch and Condition All in Hi* Favor
B1 UK) 11. i.a.sskn
IT this in your l»oiinet:
Jess Willard will never beat Jack Demo
ns i,h tl. world's heavyweight champion
ship unI«?HH they let him come in with * cou
ple of axe*.
Willj.nl is a wonderfully built fellow, big
and pow.-rtul. with the power that weight
But the foimei champion if too old. tod|
fat and too klov to ever be considered an m
formidable championship contender.
Seattle fans will see W illard for themselves here TuesdM
at the Crystal Pool, when he will go thru the motion» in af|
exhibition bout Willard bj simply ihowing himself and doe*
no real lx)xmg in the exhibition.
But as W illard will undoubtedly be given a chance with
Dempsey again, it will lie interesting foi Seattle fans to see
the Oklahoma cowlxiy for
MM not claim to be In
condition mm, aaying that w would
neeil Intenalva work for five or an
month* to get In ahape He la aport
Ing u paunch that nutkaa lianlel
D'lgdale look !lka a Morgan dancer.
Wlllard i« MM I big, good nutured
kid, and the talk 1* that WlU»rd
lan't keen on fighting but that he la
being egged on by hia socallsd
A match with l>eiiipaey ..in have
but one raault. and that a a cruahlng
defeat for Wlllard.
Wlllard look a terrible l>eating at
Toledo In lilt, and since then ha
haa grow n no younger and haa I
galnr.i no aklll, while I>emi>aey la at
tha very peak of hia championship*
I Ws Mil I
LUKJ mi i \i \\
Seattle fana will like the alyle of
Chuck llelman the Portland yountr
ater who will take on Frankie flreen
at tha Crystal I'ool Tuesday night.
Thla little fellow ooxea with real skill
for a kid who haa had but a few
fights under hia belt He alao has a
real kick and he may la> heard of in
faater company one of thesa days
Willi. HI WILL
Br. M VT« taat
A great deul of intereat Tuei-day
will alao aettla on the allowing of
Hlllv Wright, who l« doing real
comeback Wright haa won two
atarta In Walla Wallu and will ha
mealmg a rugged fellow In Oakland
Billy Hairaa in the i'ool ahow.
Wright alwaya waa a clever fellow,
but he couldn't aland rugged going.
Dan Halt mm a Billy l> In good condi
Rain Slows Up Field for
K. ML i» MM
ST AN FORI > CNIVKRHITV Cat
law. Cold, wet wvathei wa*
Ilia proapect at daylrreak today fo*
'thin afternoons Kant Went foothnll
game btturrn Stanford and Pitta
Orlrxling rain, which at timen
(grew heavy and than ahad«d off
i cgnin almoat to a frag. fVII during the
night ajal wan continuing during the
earl) morning Tha rawult waa a
wet turf, altho not a mudd> one. and
a promise of Mas) a portion of the
i vast rtnwd expected, turning out to
witness the fcame
IHLet.urg net-rre-U a favorite in
what hatting wwe living dona I-it tie
mnnay waa up. It appeared, and the
hot* were laid at the odde which
naomwd to ault the fumy of the bet
Stanford's record for the neanon. ;
-ompoaed chiefly of glorious defeatn. !
I waa not such aa to make bar a ;
favorlta over any team, among the ,
technical dopealara. Her chances to ,
idny. averyone agreed, were on the |
|aame haala aa they have l*en In j
r-en other game nhe han played,
'namely, dependent principally on the
I famous Stanford "fight." If the
! fighting nplrlt develops sufficiently
I'lttnhurg. averyone knew, could ex
pec t trouble.
Hoth <oarhen ie|K>itcd I hell men
(tei.-mll> in fine condition Murk.
Pittsburg tackle, who has t«*n nuf
fertng from a cold, wan better .ii
tho not entirely tecoverad
"M> men nie In lietter nhnpv than
they hsv<> lean nil neanon ." declared
'(ilenn Warner, the Pitt coach "We*
expact a hard game, hut we expert
to win It."
Stanford'* nquad wan hitting on
nil cylinder*, with the exception of
Wll. ox. «t«r hitlflhii k. who han l*en
oi-d< red to watch the itnme from the
Loin li on gaWMMt of all injiity nuf I
fered earlsrr in the nennon Hin lonn. |
lio»e\ei. will not ilemoiMllae the j
i'ardltmln. Un they luive naveral dan
gerous men who carry a real t hre.it '
In tire hackfleld t'levelMiid. •oilintl
tute fulllsick. will nturt the game In
Wllrox'n ftm '
"Stnnford BIaYJ games ex
pecting to lone them." whs the way
Wrmht and Dr. Paul Hunter. The
Inglewood pro will he the only local
entry but the Northwest will have
iiulte a Hat, Including Joe Novak.
Spokane; Dave Hlack. Vancouver,
nml Willie Black and Phil Tayor.
( ban "i.in T. K. By"" ami hla
memlN'rsbip committee lia\e had
a wry successful cainpiilitn.
rnundiiiL- up new members tor
the BBribtgton Country and (iolf
i lull The liot is about full, niid
t ll.lino in RjrM experts II 111 go
ove r the lop l>\ midnight tomnr
row. Any golfer wishing to Join
the happy I inn ily ol tin- Ithu I.
Iliycr links i in -inr S'.W hy sign
ins up now, licciiiise the fee will
positiiily tie raised from lo
m.lO on January I. Bolter hurry!
SAT bpai hi ' i:m['.i:i; w. tag.
to hit thidgja up la
hia old Dm fashion
ltl\ t its i OMIXO
llmmy Rivers, the Taooroa, faOaw
who showad such promise laat yaar.
only to loaa several atarta becau ha
wu 'ln't laad. la coming back again
Ha ll.kad a fallow named BUI Mar
row In Ta<-oma recently, and n**t
•wk ha tackles Tad Krache. tha ur>
defested tliaya Harbor boy. Rlvei*
h ia plenty of bo*mg akill and If ha la
in condition and flgliln he ahould g»l
a long »a>a in the ring game ; • i
niKTi \\r> not t
Hanny Kramer and !<»r Oarman
in—' In Portland Monday la * !•-
round i"'r»r that will go a lone *lf>
toward deciding Hie i'oa«t feather
weight title Both fellows have bsca
going well ~.••■:> ami a good bout la
In order. —
st HI M W < MONO
It \i K 19 N M
Kddie Marino aay>- that Hernia
Rchumsti will he back tn the Mart*
aeat soon Thla welterw i-iglit will
never l«- rhampion of anthylng. but
HVhuman alwsvs g1»e» the Imya and
git l» h good run for thatr money.
Thrre ia gossip that he wilt gate Willi
Bob Harper tn Portland soon.
I. • l!en,am.i. i- • omlng North
mmiii 'ieorge Hhanklin haa htm Ml
tine f. r a bout In Tacoma and pinna
to uae him with Morgan Jones. Ban-
Jamin hasn't been in tha Northwest
for a long time The laat time ha
I axed hara he elopp. I Harold Jobs*.
MoiKan'a brother, at the Arena.
Hil< m Andy Kerr. Cardinal rou-h,
nni-urdened himself He had nothing
minp to «•>•.
M • i>v not«l.l«-» of the football
• ••iU will nw the iiamt. iDCtutlbxar
Conches Speais of West Vinrint*/'
licKd<-k <if Peon Stale, Huntington
of Oregon. Hendeincn of U. 8. C.
and tSmlth of California..
'ge Vamell. former Chicago
hero, win referee; Tom Tbuap.
known to fame at Columbia, «tt ut
an umpire, and Wallet Kckersall of
Chicago will be head linesman.
VH TORI A. B C. Dae. W - Vic
tuna halted the mad niah of
the Vanrouver hoc key team hare laurt
night, winning. 4 to I. in a faat game.
The Mneup and nummary follow:
Fowler o Mknm
<• i...M«hiin i> Daaaaaj
Holdaraon t> i'ooS
'Uini.n y Harris
rr#.l*?t ( k«i<n Boui her
Maaklnf . K . . I'arkaa
t'underdaia .... Detiannrnv
« i.ouihiin F. Aaettfne
Andaraon K Cotrn
aeore by patioda
ar 1 1 I —l
Victoria a I 1- «
s<-rtrjnf i.'Bt t .*-f i. vaacaavar,
Cook. »** Beeocid |>erlc>d Victoria,
<»atman f i "re. Mraklng. v la. 31, Victoria.
Haldaraort. §!• 4 Vancouver, t'arkee.
l - vi.-ioiln. rraderirkeon. 17.Je
Third period «. Vini-ouirr, Parkra front
llama • 10 Victoria. Meeklat from
Fredai l.kaon. I.IS.
Penaittea Ktret period- Nona Sea
port penod Meeklng minutes; tHiacea.
? mlnulea Third t*erlod —Oook. t rniß
iitaa 1* i edertrkaon, « mlnuti*.
NKW VtUSK. He,- 30 PiincllO
Villa. Aniencan flyweight ehamploa.
i l 1.1- i I'i iound dc-cinion today over
Terry Martin of Provldeno*.
I'll. Kilipino. weighing 111 pounds
to ICavrtln'a lltH. fought h rtamaaer
mid longs haltle with the New Bn«-
lamlei mi Madison Square garden
Tin- llaiini-i (iolf and t'ountry club
will formally open It* new i luhhousa
«t its links ~11 the r>en Moines blvd.
ion New Vein 's day W.'Hthfr |»-rraii
tins. Cap! Walter Wand will put on
soini scu i ~r competition on the links,
j hut. whrthi i <>i not, everybody i«
|.it«im,..,l a kooil time, because Presi
j <)eut Hoi Ogden him n program tnml«
j up that will keep the .io\\,t indoors
from 2 o'clock in the afternoon until
| along about the midnight hour.
M I (Wilbralth. captain of tha
.lefferson Park rjolf elub, has an
nounced n !">v. •> competition for tha
Br ii on Hill Kolfern, lonimniu imd
'Monday The rest ~r the club* ait
expected to put on holiday mat, hex.
Inn Captain Hal i iln onlj -kipper
to come to bal with any official pro
I El am.