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title: 'The Tacoma times. (Tacoma, Wash.) 1903-1949, October 04, 1912, Page 2, Image 2',
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With a Lost
Child to Mind.
nor Adolf Is
Quite at Ease
Words by Schaefer
Music by Condo.
MrLWATJKBK, Oct 4.—Cover
ing the distance of IG3 1-2 miles
in 186 mlnuH'H and 4 4 seconds,
Driver Kudleott won the Wiscon
sin cup race here . Mason, bis
team-mate finished second.
Hughes driving a Mercer car
was leading in the Pabst trophy
race at th« end of the 22d lap
when ho was forced out of the
race on account of engine trouble.
Roberts, driving a Mason ma
chine, narrowly escaped death In
the 18th lap when his car skid
ded. He was thrown against the
steering; wheel, sustaining a bad
ly bruised nose.
ought to teach you that you
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lowest. Come in and let us
■how you. Coats you nothing
to look. -.
SB£> $20 to $40
Uncalled for Salts and Over
coats $12.50 to 25.00.
', Geo. 1.. Young, Prop.
Established 188 ».
110 So. 12th St., Opp. p. O.
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SNAPSHOTS OF T. H. S. WARRIORS
Here Is the blue and gold back Held which is doing some great work right now. The players
are, left to right: Rnslinier, left half; Horejs, fallback; CoMentz, right half.
Tills picture wan taken at the ntniliiim during the early practice season and shows a scrim
mage between Ute ii« *t and second High school teams. Horejs is carrying the ball
' -mi. _.. i:«?sa£
"Dnb" Coblentz kicking goal from placement, Beymer hold
ing the ball. Coblentz has dune the kicking for the. last three
Photos by Rupert & McMlnn,
Times staff photographers.
BOSTON, Mass. —Dave Smith
of Australia today parned a de
cision over Kreddle Hicks, a De
troit middleweight, who claims
to have stood off Eddie Mc(ioor
ty and Bob Moha. Smith heat
Hicks in every round of their
scheduled 12 round bout, winning
the decision by a mile.
Coach Pork ins appears a little
bit worked up over the coming
game with Aberdeen. Now he or
ders nig proteges to lick the Grays
Harbor kids no less than 100 to
0, which would be a rather stren
uous day's work for any team. It
takes lots of wind and speed to
Harry Deegan, the apeody little
end, got his ankle sprained yes
terday and will not be in the
game Saturday. That will leave
Crane J^arsen and Brazell to hold
down the line extremities.
Wedell Poss has submitted a
plan to decide the state cham
pionship. Last year the board de
cided to cut out the championship
decision on account of the trou
ble that has been involved in
awarding the title.
Th« stadium was thronged with
football men yesterday afternoon.
There wer© nearly 100 gridiron
warriors on the field, Including
members of the class teams.
The Freshmen and Juniors
start the trouble today after
school. The class rooters will be
out in force to chew the fat with
each other regarding the com
parative merits of the eleven*.
"Chlng" Johnson has a badly
hurt nose and did not show up at
"Dub" Coblenta was back and
appears little the worse for tha
wear of bU illness.
"Nope," said Secretary Corcor
an of the Conversation league, as
he gulped down a spoonful of bean
■oup this noon, "I didn't go to
the World's series games.
"First place," continued the liv
ing encyclopedia of sport, "It was
Another bean splashed home.
"Corkey" wiped his chin.
"You see walking has been
poor all summer. Too much
"Next year I expect to start
from here about June. That'll
give mo plenty of time. Gotta go
And the secretary bolted.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
Knockout End* Fart RaUße.
NEW YORK—Jack Britfrtn of
Chicago Is the victor heV# arer
Joe Kagan of Boston, winning by
the knockout route after four
rounds of a scheduled ten round
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Chicago Fans Are Wild With Joy
CHICAGO Fight fans are joyous here over the announce
ment that the game will be started for the winter at the South
Bend, iiui., and Kenosha, Wis., two nearest points to Chicago,
where fights may be h«ld.
C. F. Balke of South Bend Is reported to be here looking over
the field for talent. He is anxious to sign up "George Knockout"
Brown, Charley White and Johnny Coulon for his club.
Special trains will be run from her© to the arenas on the day
of the fights to accommodate the fans.
National League T
StmidlDK ol me < lutw.
Won. I-.-nt. Pet
New York 102 47 .685
Pittsburg 92 58 .613
Chicago 90 59 .604
Cincinnati .... 74 77 .490
Philadelphia . . 73 71 .487
St. Louis 63 88 .417
Brooklyn 57 94 .377
Boston 50 101 .331
R H B
Philadelphia 13 17 1
Boston 4 9 6
Xolson, Donnelly and Walsh;
Dkkson and Gowdy.
R H E
New York 4 8 1
Brooklyn 3 12 4
Oemar, Baden, Tezreau and
Meyers; Rucker and Miller.
LONDON —Still determin
ed to "lift the cup" from
America, Sir Thomas Lipton
is en route to New York
from England on the steam
er Caronia to frame an ac
Sir Thomas already has spent
more than $1,500,000 in hlg
efforts to be victor in the
international yacht races.
! American League I
Standing of the Club*.
■Won. Lo»t Vet i
Boston .. 104 46 .693
Washington ... 90 60 .600
Philadelphia .. 89 61 .593
Chicago ...... 74 77 .490
Cleveland ...... 74 77 .490
Detroit ....... 39 81 .460
St Louis 52 100 .344
New York ..... 50 100 .333
Chicago-Detroit game postpon
ed; rain. ■ • - i ■
R _H E
Boston ...17 17 4
Philadelphia .5 9 0
Wood, Hall and Cady; Brown.
Pennock and Egan. -
■ - ' - H. H V*
Washington 14 11.. 1
New York . .3 8 3
Johnson and Williams; Warhop
| Pacific Coast League )
Standing of th« Teams.
. .„ Won. Loat Pet'
Oakland 106 72 .596
Los Angeles .101 76 ' .571
Vernon 98 77 .561
Portland 73 86 .461
San Francisco . 79 101 .430
Sacramento ... 63. 108 .353
LOS ANGELES, Cal. — That
Bantamweight Champion Coulon
and Eddie Campi of San Francis
co will probably furnish the next
champion go In the west, was in
dicated when McCarey announced
he had heard from the little East-
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Friday, Oct. 4, 1912.
erner who Is willing to meet Cam
pi here whenever a suitable date
could be fixed.
"I am not a hard fellow to do
business with," writes Coulon,
"and believe we can come to
terms with a little dickering."