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SEVERAL NEW ENTRIES
IN HANDICAP RACE
A new entry for the flfteen- son of Reindeer Bill. Bill Is a
mile handicap race at the Glide runner because he likes the sport
rink Monday night hag been an- and for no other reason. Kuss
nounced as no other than the per- Hall 1b alter local talent to make
the circuit and hag already grab
bed Sako, the Japanese long dis
tance man. Sako thinks he is
*;oiag to kick the dust in Jimmy
Fitzgerald's eyes. "Soldier" King
of Seattle is a late entry. Al
Morgan and Vie Norman, both of
Seattle, have also tendered their
services. Jimmy Fitzgerald, the
Hibernian navigator of the oval,
ig scratch man. Jimmy therefore
has the lon.nest run before him
and is training accordingly, work
ing out daily at the stadium and
at the 'in 1..
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CHICAGO, Oct. 31.— That the
license of the Cafe de Champion
will not be renewed to Jack John
son, negro pugilist, accused of
iiii.lin-iiiin Lucille Cameron, a 19
--year-old white girl, was asserted
today by City Collector Cohen.
"Johnson may possibly get a
license," added Cohen, "provided
he can show that his haracter
SAN FRANCISCO—Joe Azeve
do of Sacramento and Red Wat
son, lightweights, were signed
yesterday to box the main
event at the weekly boxiag show
a week from tonight.
SHORT SPORT NEWS
"Doc" Griffiths, Hill Toomlre,
P. R. Douiib and John Uaker re
turned Wednesday from Panther
lake on Hood's canal. The party
got another deer after the report
camo in that they had killed
A big bunch of fire-arm oper
ators will make the trip to Nis
qually flats Saturday night and
expect to come back with a boat
load of game on the Corinne.
The Crawford family Is out
strong on this aeroplane deal.
Harvey and his dad are now,
among other tilings, planning an
air cart to operate between here
and Mount Tacoma.
Although It is stated definitely
that all arrangements have boi'n
completed we are waiting with
bated breath for the whistle to
FORMED AT Y. H. C. A.
To create more Interest in
basket-ball at the association the
interested members of the Y. M.
C. A. got together last night and
formed what will be known as a
basket-ball club. The new organ
ization has elected the following
officers: Lee Carter, president;
George Raknes, secretary-treasur-
er. The club will have two teams
of its own and there will be a
representative team from the as-
Tacoma High will send some
army of football warriors to Ev
erett Saturday. It Is expected
that the entire squad of 21 men
will be taken along.
Everett is wasting no time pre
paring for the game with Tacoma
Saturday. Everett has been
strengthened by the addition of
"Why Is Fred Chick on the
suspension list?" is the question
asked by local baseball fans.
Solly Burns Is making a fuss
about fighting after his jaw had
boen broken by an awful wallop
on the food chewer. Fans can
tell you about a fellow right be to
in Tacoma who got hlg^Jieck
broken In a fight not long affo
and never said a word about It.
sociatlon. It Is the duty of the
Blab t<" get out all the new mem
bers possible and they will do this
with a will. , .
SAN FRANCISCO — With
Champion Johnny Coulon In sight
Tim McGrath with the clever ban
tam, Eddie Pegg, will leave here
Saturday for Log Angeles where
they will make an active cam
paign for a match.
"We want Coulon," said Mc-
Grath, "and like General Grant
we are going to fight It out along
that line if it takes all summer."
Promoter Tom McCarey has no
tified McGrath that Coulon has
asked for two matches la Los
Angeles, the first with Campi and
the second with Kid Williams,
the Baltimore wonder.
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BY TOM O'ROUKKK,
l'ainoiui King Promoter and Now
Manager of Al Palzer.
Al Palzer is rushing up the
pugilistic horizon today, as the
REAL and ONLY successor to
Jack Johnson. He Is a physical
marvel and needs only a little
more experience to round into the
greatest fighting machine the
world has ever seen.
I long tried to get a match for
Palzer with Johnson, but the ne
gro always evaded It. Now, tn
view of the notoriety attached to
Johnson, I do not expect any club
would stage him.
I shall not claim the title for
Palzor (as I suppose a lot of pug
ilists and their managers will do),
but I will match him against all
of the best men in the world In
the elimination battles and I
KNOW Al will come home the
I have handled scores of fight
ers in my time, but none of them
have had all the qualities Palzer
possesses. His 240 pounds of
bone and muscle are well distrib
uted over his six feet three inches
of frame. He has a punch even
more powerful than a mule's kick
and he can stand up under pun
ishment, and conies back stronger
than any man that ever stepped
inside the ropes.
This is evidenced by the his
tory of Palzer's ten last fights.
He won every one of them—eight
by knockouts! He was pitted
against some of the leaders of the
"white hope" class, too.
Palzer's defense is almost im
pregnable and the few weak spots
in his armor will soon be covered
up. A little more practice and 1
experience will turn the trick
When I discovered Palzer I felt
at once that he had a wonderful
future. Events happening since
have borne out my opinion. The
lad is only 23, and has been
actually fighting but 18 months.
In another year he will have
reached his prime, but he is of
such magnificent caliber that it
will be many years before his star
is dimmed, according to my de
ductions—all this, of course, pro
viding he continues to live a clean
It will always be a source of re
gret to me that Palzer could not
meet Johnson. Such a battle
would convince the most skepti
cal, beyond, the shred of a doubt,
that Palzer was Johnson's su
I am confldent that within a
year Palzer by liln showing
against other heavjweights, will
demonstrate quite as well that he
is the greatest fighting machine
history has yet seen —not only the
champion battler of now, but of
all other time.
Watty i B back. All the local
fans know that Watty Is a little
love name for Ed N. Watkins,
president of the Tacoma Tiger
tribe. The boss of the Kittles
could not find a buyer and says
that in case he Is not successful
soon he will keep the team in the
league anyway. He will attend
the meeting of the National Asso
ciation of Minor Leagues in Mil
waukee November 10.
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Everett High has not beaten
Tacoma since 1906 when they
walloped the defenders of the
Blue and Gold to the fast music
of 31 to 0. In 1909 Everett be
gan coming to the fore again and
badly beaten by the locals for two
years they have played fast foot
ball and copped first honors last
year. Tacoma was the only team
to tie tha "Smoky City" boys last
year and lost out in the champ
running because of her defeat by
Spokane. Here are some old
scores with Everett:
19U —Taeoma 0, Everett 0.
1910—Tacoma 33, Everett 18.
1909 —Tacoma 3G, Everett 6.
19 08-—No game.
1907 —Tacoma 2G, Everett 0.
190C —Taroma 0, Everett SI.
1905 —Tacoma 0, Everett 5.
1904 —Tacoma 45, Everett 0.
Tickets to the Everett game are
a scarcity now. About 300 have
been sold already. Twenty-five
have been reserved for members
of the team while those at the
High school are gone. Preston
Berry has sold all of those left In
his charge and there are about 20
or 25 left at Bradley and Prew
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