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PAGE TWO.
At Last Osgar
Attains a Pair
of Hirsute
Lambrequins
Like Adolf's,
but—
Words by Srhaefer
Mualr by I'ondo.
IF GIANTS DON'T WIN TODAY IT'S AU REVOIR
XHBVKE, EXCISED, BY SEEINar A MbVi^c-ptCTtTKE. Wan- Ites-E TrtErE* HEBDE,e •
UP TO RUBE MARQUARD
TO PLAY HERO ROLE
NKW TORK, Ort. 14. —A series
if flattering <lu< k fits at the start,
Abnormal breaks by both teams, a
general belter skelter, with both
COIiONIAL
TURKISH BATHS
7th and Pacific ay.
BOTER BROS.
Main 5970 ■
Olympia Boat
Th« . Haw Bteam**
iCr, NISQUALLY
L«v« Municipal Dock Dally at
rfcr.^.» a. m. sad •p. m. - ■
The »: 00 p. m. Trip Connects
iV.v%k<?v-terihiiosx^.v-:-: :.
.. • Il*tarmtag Lmtm Olympla ,;
11 15 p. m. and 1:00 p. m. ,
MAGNOLIA— OlYmpls
for Taoomt and BaatU* 7: SO a.
■>. Ptona Mala l«fc<'iT-'i. i /*v» 1
3,000,000 ACRES
Fin* ► Free I Hoiueateada—
I Montana Ileedpd liaauls I
-:*:«-,S $8 ;to 940 Acre v;j '■,":
Ready' for' the • plow. '.f »s
Tielda 180 to ■ «o bu. wheat. ■
Oat*, barley, flax, hay, etc.
vi«ln : proportion. fr- 4 ;,' /j»
' Fined Inland iClimate.'-. v*.•
fe I.find ' said • mi ■ Crap . Fay-..
A?J"-»iii'; meat I'ljiu. - *j*VwC-t
jw* Low A far* £ Hotnasaekera*
SBxcuralona on lat and; 3rd '
H Tu«sdars! each; month. ,R7
tfej bhs Write ■ or; calL bS«K
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037 Hrarr Uldw.. Seattle,
WM_ftk * fag
Wouldn't You Like To Be Here?
I clubs in the air—l lien when both
settled. to normal speed Boston
had the class. This is the 'exact
ttuswer to the highly delicate sit
uation in which the New York
Giants find themselves after a
week's play for the world's base
ball championship. Today they
are on the think rim of another
world's ' series defeat. For, j un
less Rube Mari|iiiiril can stop Joe
Wood this afternoon — good
night; likewise, bam voyage and
nil reroir.
After the first battle last Tues
day the dope showed Boston lead
ing on form. Then came a shift
where we figured the Giants with
a luscious chance to upset the
dope. Boston was clearly below
form. Wood and Collins did not
look as impressive as had been
expected. As MeGraw had three
fine pitchers in tip top shape the
Giant outlook assumed a vermi
lion hue, fringed with gold tint-
In gs.
]X ßut withV. the Boston players
nervous and below par the experi
ence the Giants gained In fighting
through a previous world's series
did not show results. They play
ed ' far ' below form, ■' and , eked
away every chance. ; •_•. • *; •
■g Both teams have displayed real
courage and have done their best.
If the Giants are to rally In the
last ■ ditch they must stand back
of | their pitchers . / more ■',• like a
championship team. They scored
enough rune 4>y good .batting to
win s. behind Tesreau, Mathew&on
and Marquarl In three of the first
four games,,' but slipped In only
one victory through a miraculous
outfield t catch':. by little "Josh"
Devore. |
to cvux kcotb tm owb dat
gffi&^Uib; gig ana
Ljj.-Ljfcy^|y r.- .-■_-■■)■»■^~_ 'iwi "xibiim■_Lisfc. '^mMM
-j - -■ ■ 'y^S^^^^^^^sj^^^^Kfi^c^^^^^^^^jr^^^^z^^^il^O^s^^i
JACK JOHNSON TO
RE-ENTER RING
CHlCAGO—Despite his repeat
ed assertions that he was through
with the fighting game for good,
Jack Johnson, heavyweight cham
pion 'of the world, announced to
day that he expects to sign arti
cles for two battles in Australia
under the auspices of Hugh Mc
lntosh. W. C. J. Kelly, repre-
SPICY SPORT ITEMS
(lly United Press I-.-itm <| Wire.)
NEW YORK —New York fight
fans think well today of Jack
Britton of San Francisco, who
Friday night fought L<each Cross,
the New York dentist-pugilist, to
a standstill in a ten-round bout.
Britton outpointed Cross in every
round and won by a mile.
SAN FRANCISCO—By emulat
ing a windmill during v violent
gale, Willie Hoppe literally fought
Red Watson off his feet at Dream
land here, and Is today the victor
over the sensational young light
weight after four rounds of hair
raising milling.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.—Clarence
Ferns, a Kansas City welter
weight, la today the victor over
Art Maglrl of Bartleaville, Okla.,
after sending the latter down for
the count In the second round of
a scheduled 20-round bout.
Joe Hill, the Tacoma bantam
weight, hag written to friends
here that he Is dolog well In Van
couver, B. 0., where he has se
cured several matches under the
management of Jack White. . Hill
had | Intended ;to come to Tacoma
for the Qrace tetfffl&tifߧ&fl£iJtf
I'HE TACOMA TIMES.
sentative of Mclntoah, is expected
in Chicago today, and will form
ally offer Johnson |50,000 for
two bouts in the Antipodes, with
Sam Langford and Sam McVey.
In addition to these fights,
Johnson expects to take on Jim
Flynn in Paris, which will net
him something like $35,000.
says now he Ig too busy to make
the trip.
NATIONALS WIN
BIG BATTLE
(By United Press .Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 14. —TJ» Na
tionals won the second straight
game in the struggle for the
championship of the CWcago
teams yesterday before tljst larg
est crowd that ever entered the
National leagae groundp. The
game wag a pitchers' 'battle be
tween Walsh and Reulbach.
R H ■
White Sox 3 S 2
Cubs .....*. 4 7o
Batteries: Walsh, and Sulli
van; Rue] bach and Archer.
IT LOOKS ME A KIM .
to separate a boy from a box of
Diicklen'a Arnica Salve. His pim
ples, bolls, ■:: scratches, knocks,
sprains 'an bruises - demand: it,
and : its ' quick relief. ■ tor burns,
scalds, or out* is his right- Keep
it handy for boys, also girls. Heal*
tiling , healabie ; and ', does ill
quick. Unequaled'for piles. 'j Only
25 cents at Ryner Malatrom Drug
TALKING IT OVER BEFORE GAME
The courtesy of the occasion—Joe Wood and Christy Muthews on xhake hands for the Times
rumera. ,
• Scores of Loral Interest. •
• Fans Interested in the •
• coming games of the Tacoma •
• High school will see these •
• scores with Interest: •
• Coeur d'Alene 28, Lewis •
• and Clark-(Spokane) 0. . •
• Everett 20, Broadway 0. •
• Central High (Spokane) •
• 14, Walla Walla 7. . . •
• Auburn 38, Queen Anne •
O (seconds) 6. •
• ' •
ANOTHER TIE GAME
(I!y United l*re»s Leased Wire.)
ST. LOUIS, Oct. —With the
score 2 to 2. in the 10th inning of
today's game in the city cham
pionship series, the contest was
called on account of darkness.
R H E
Nationals .....2 7 2
Americana 2 3 3
Batteries: . Steele and Bresna
han; Hamilton and Alexander.
EASTERN GAMES.
West Point—Army 19, Rut
gers 0. V -;
At Annapolis—Navy 0, Lehigh
14.
At Philadelphia—Swathmore 6,
Pennsylvania 3.
At —New York univer
sity 6, Cornell 14.
At Cambridge—Harvard 26,
Williams 3. .
At Princeton: Virginia ■; 0,
Princeton 31.
At New Haven r LYale 16, La
fayette „■■..'.- - -„;..,
1 POST i SEASON *
I ' GAMES -:-- ' v
m- '■'*"• ■■' ——•
"'At St. Louis — ;;?-.*:KrR-Hf B.
Browns ■'*„ .... ....... 4!10 ji 0
Cardinals :Ti.....".:«... 0 H li 1
Sj Batteries: • Well man and Alex
ander; Harmon, . Gey or and Bres
nahan.'-.■•• ■•;■ ;.'..'■",;■ '.'--/' '■*.■:":.',
;■ A Chicago— - iT:' ■-'» ' H X
Cuba ...r....... 6 Iri »/ ;1
WWte Soxf.>r.-.V.7.W.V.^. iul* 8
*i'• Batteries: 5 Lavender And Arch
er; White and 'matuir.T- - 7' '■ '0&
■ 'umiiili iiir»iiiiaiirii»n i i ' ' ■ ''■
TACOMA LEARNED LESSON;
PLAYS SPOKANE SATURDAY
Defeat at the hands of the old
rival, Aberdeen, a week ago Sat
urday taught the Tacoma High
school boys a lesson which made
a new team of them. The an
nouncement by Principal Hunt in
the auditorium last week that
Coach Perkins was ashamed to
make his appearance on the plat
form until the team had made a
better showing was the last straw.
The blue and gold huskies real
ized what lack of conditioning
GETS TWO DEER
An express wagon Tolled into
Tacoma yesterday afternoon tot
ing the remains of two fine bucka
which Hal Sullivan, stage man
ager of the Empress theater, shot
during tne past week's hunting
trip in the Olympics back of Shel
ton. A five-pointer which he had
brought In Is one of the largest
which Tacomans have brought in
this season. The other one wan
a spike buck. Sullivan's ability
as a crack shot is well known ac
he was shown to be one of the
best trap ehootere In the McAleer
Gun club. '
JUNIOR-SOPHS
GAME TODAY
The fourth game of the Inter
class games at the High school is
being played in the stadium t.tria
afternoon between the Sopho
mores and Juniors. Both teams
■have already been beaten but they
are trying to prove their ability
to come hack. The Freshmen and
Sophomores are booked for the
next contest oa Friday afternoon
and then come sthe big battle be
tween the Juniors and Seniors
which thraata&a tn be a warm
one.
and over-confidence had done and
when they entered the game with
Olympla on Saturday they played
like a lot of madmen, piling up a
total of 67 scores. Olympia had
absolutely no chance and there is
no telling what the score might
have been had it not been for the
penalties plastered onto the locals
and the fact that the game was
called five minutes early. Olym
pia was game to the l«st down
but that was all that could be said
for her.
Solicitors!
Wanted
I have the best proposition for the
Solicitor ever offered in the North
west It will be worth your time
to investigaCe this. See Mr. Thayer
between 10 and 4, Room j
512 Chamber of Commerce Building I
Monday, Oct. 14,1912.
WHITE HOPE
VERY POOR
SECOND
(By United Pit-* Erased Win-)
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14. —
Slow as a truckhorsc and showing
no flash of the days when ho was
"One Round" Kaufman, Al Kauf
man of San Francisco Saturday
was knocked stiff by Luther
McCarty of Nebraska In the sec
ond round of what was to have
been a 20 round contest.
From the first gong McCarty
outpunched the San Francisroan
and in the second round beat him
all over the ring, putting him
down three times before Kanf
man, falltnjr to his knees, collaps
ed.
McCarty, while not a finished
boxer, showed up well In the fistM
and has a right hand punch that
Is likely to bring home the bacon
any time It lands.
BRITISHER IS
SCULLING CHAMP
(By United Press lieased Wire.)
LONDON, Oct. 14. — Ernest
Barry, the British aoulllng c.li.mi
pion, today defeated Edward Dur
ii.hi, Canadian and American
champion, by two boat lengths
when the pair met on the Thames
for the sculling championship of
the world, a stake of $5,000 and
the challenge cup presented by
"The Sportsman" newspaper.
Barry led all the way. His time
was 22:31.
ROSCOE TAYLOR
ON PROGRAM
Roscoe Taylor has been grabbed
to add to the lists of stars who
will scintillate on the program of
the benefit smoker for Jack Cram
next Tuesday night In Moose hall.
Taylor le well known In. this city
»nd since hlg last appearance here
has been making good In Cali
fornia. Local fane are anxious to
see Rosooe work now and hope
he will have a chance to meet
someone who will bring out his
real class.
Ayer's Pills
Good health demands at least one move,
meat of the bowel* each day. Just on«
Ayer'sPill at bedtime. Sold for «0 rears.
Ask Your Doctor. L2Ji!™Ji2i

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