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Music by Condo.
T ACOMA AND QUEEN ANNE ARE BATTLING TODAY
RIVAL TEAMS WILL DO
BEST THAT'S IN THEM
♦ TODAY'S FOOTBALL <»
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♦ Tacoma High vs. Queen <*
♦ Anne, In stadium. <t>
♦ Cushman Indians vs. T. ••'
♦ II 3. Seconds in stadium. <5>
♦ Northwest. #
♦ Washington vs. Oregon, <$>
<V at Seattle. <j>
♦ Lincoln High school vs. '•■■
♦ Everett, at Everett. <*>
♦ Oregon Agricultural col- <$>
♦ lege vs. Whitman college, at <!>
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♦ University of Washington <$>
<» vs. University of Oregon, at ♦
♦ Seattle. <$
Th« team which walloped Ab
erdeen after that eleven had
turned the tables on the Tacoma
boys is playing Tacoma High in
the stadium thts afternoon. This
Is the Queen Anne team of Seat
tle, and she Is playing Tacoma
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for the fourth time since the
coming into the realms of North
Tacoma High Is fighting to
the last inch to avenge tho Ab
erdeen defeat, and there is high
hope in the camp of the blue aud
gold. There is the Bame old
fighting spirit in the air which
always shows up when Tacoma
and Seattle clash.
With Hrazell at right end, Mil
ler at right guard and Rushmer
and Coblentz at halves, the line
up looks like tho best of the
season. The line-up:
Tacoma. Pos. Queen Anne.
Erazell. . . . R. E. L Foster
Schumake. R. T. L. Kirkpatrlck
Miller R. 0. L . . . .Thomas
Pringle C S. Burrows
Gardner... L. O. R. . . . Zezlnden
Stewart. ... L. T. R Maples
Larsen.... L. E. R. ..Sandvlgan
Beymer Q. Baker . (capt.)
Rushmer.. R. H. L. . . .-Mcenach
Coblentz . .L. H. R. Richardson,
Horejs F. D Riddle
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Stanislaus Cyganiewicz Zbysczo is looking for
In other words Zibby, the Pole, feeling the
scarcity of jitney! in his bank account claims
the wrestling championship title of the world
and defies »vrauk Gotch to tackle him. Gotoh
.has thrown this man Zib on the mat so often
that the Pole's back is almost worn out. Yet he
claims the title.
But nobody will pay any attention to him. In
the first place Zib is a faker. Decent sort of
promoter! don't have anything to do with fakers
JOE BONDS TO RETIRE
AT LEAST FOR SIX MONTHS
.Toe Bonds Is going to quit the
prize-fight game—for six mouths,
auyway, he says.
"There is nothing In It," re
marks Joe very philosophically.
"All you get Is a bad name. I'm
going to quit. Oh, I'll keep In
condition especially now while
I'm growing fat and at the end
of the six months I'll see how It
GAME IN CALIFORNIA
(Fly United Press nLaned Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16. —
With the stage all set for one of
the biggest international football
struggles in the country between
the Australian Waratahß and an
all-American team, scheduled for
California field, Berkeley, this
afternoon, Rugby enthusiasts
eagerly awaited the kick-off.
<»> (United Press Leased Wire.) <t>
<$> LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. ♦
<$> 16.—Before leaving here for <$>
<•>> San Francisco here be is to <$>
♦ meet Willie Rltohle on =■
<* Thanksgiving day, Light- <$>
<i> weight Champion Ad Wol- <$>
■$ gast was presented with a ■*-
■■!• diamond belt by Promoter <$>
<» Tom McCaroy. &
•$> In presenting the belt, <&
<> which Wolgast won when he <$>
<§> beat Joe Rivera here July 4, <$>
♦ McCarey paid a high tribute <$>
<j> to the little champion. *
Al Palzer, New York heavy
weight, is another running up
the championship ladder here to
day following his defeat of Tony
Rom of I'lttsburg after six
rounds of one-aided fighting. Pal
zer easily won the decision. Ross
was completely exhausted and
seized every opportunity to hang
MAY BUY CLUB
•PHILADELPHIA, Not. 16. —
Reports ar« current here today
and are not denied by President
Horace Fogel that a syndicate
composed of Cohan and Harris,
the theatrical managers, and Rob
ert Balfour, a local traction mac
oat*, is likely to purchase the
Philadelphia ' National league
baseball dull. ■'. r ',]
(Br United Press Loaned Wire.)
NEW YORK. Not. 16.—CaWla
Demarest defeated Al Taylor In
the 18.1 balk billiard tourname
here thin afternoon by a soor*
500 to 497.
Joe declares his match with
Farmer on the 23rd of this month
will be his last and accordingly
he says he is going to put Farmer
out of business completely. The
trip to Katonville will be by spe
cial train and a large crowd is
expected to Jump the care and
pull for the local boy to win.
The Waratahs have won nearly
every game played since their ar
rival from the Antipodes, but it
was expected that the all-Amcrl
cans would give them the hard
est fight of all. The latter team
Is composed of star players from
the University of California,
Stanford university and the Olym
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(By United Press Leased Wfre.)
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 16.—
Ideal football weather prevailed
here today for the game between
Yale and Princeton. Thousands
waited outside the grounds long
before the gates opened.
Yale was a 5 to 4 favorite in
the betting, with plenty of Prince
ton money in sight. The game
was expected to develop into a
punting duel between Lefty
Flynn of Yale and Dewltt of
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LACBY, Nov. IC— A finan
cial failure of an athletically
successful season has caused the
St. Martin's college football team
to disbaud for the season. The
team lias a splendid record, hav
ing lost but one game during the
soason, that to the U. of \V.
sophomores, who just nosed out
a victory. The rest of the games
wore victories for the Lacey boys
by large scores.
Next Wednesday the annual
banquet for the members of the
football team will be held, at
which the following men will be
awarded the prized "M."
Fane Vance, captain; Carter,
H. Meyers, Peterson, Finney,
Harvey, J. Meyers, McMenainin,
Kucera, Hill, Lavake, McKnight
» ' DR. ROUTER'S RIB SNAPPED. <»
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* OTTAWA. Ont., Nov. 16. — Dr. B. F. Roller, the Seattle <$>
$> wrestler, la in a hospital here with a broken rib today, »us- •*
$• tamed in a wrestling match here last night with Constant Le v
•■ Marin, the Belgian. Roller's rib snapped when Marin fell on *>
♦ him. <»
•> Roller was game, however, and wanted to continue the ♦
i> match but the crowd would not allow this. ♦
TO FIGHT EARLY
(By United Press 1..-n-.>«l Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nor.
16.—James Coffroth has decided
to put on the Wolgast-Ritchie con
test at an early afternoon hour
f" ITS £r^HJIDOWS
(C?ITY<I P-ilfl: *v T
Industry, copy books and old
gentlemen who have nothing to
do tells us, will bo rewarded.
But sometimes Industry In its
enthusiasm runs up into Mr.
Fate's stonewall and bumps it
self in the face.
There was the piano salesman.
Ho didn't believe the etlquet
books' warning, not to talk shop
after closing hours, and two
weeks after he moved into a flat
in October he'd sold an upright
piano to the man on the top floor,
two baby grands on the second
floor, and a large mahogany
grand to the family on the first
From then on music in the flat
hpoanip numerous. After dinner
Thanksgiving day. While the ex
act hour is not yet known It Is
probable that Ritchie and the
champion will clash in the main
event not later than 2 .p m.
In the evening. It sounded like
the morning practice hour of a
conservatory. The salesman sud
denly ceased his efforts to sell a
piano to the other family on the
Thursday afternoon when the
mahogany grand piano owner ar
rived home, he found a moving
van In front of the door, and the
ambitious piano salesman on the
front steps with a volume of Vic
tor Hugo under one arm and a
statue of Chopin under the other.
"Oh, are you moving?" the m.
8. P. o. asked intelligently.
The salesman refrained from
making the cutting answer lie
might have, and nodded.
"Why?" asked his neighbor
Saturday, Nov. 16, 1912.
The Industrious salesman
"Too much music," ho con
Even the soul of a piano sales
man may bo satiated.
Laying his two revolvers, his
handcuffs, "come-along," star
and chewing tobacco on the
throne of the grand exalted rul
er last night, Chief of Police A.
P. Loomis quietly turned hli
back to the charge of the Elks*
And they say it was "some"
charge — with enough goat
back of it to send the chief head
first through the scenery and
to provoke and expression of joy
from the entire assembly.
The chief, finding the coll!- '
slou a most unhappy one from
his standpoint, made an attempt
to ride the animal, the result be
ing one of the most thrilling and
sensational equestrian event*
ever pulled off in Elkdom.
Of course, all voters are sup
posed to be intelligent," said
the traveling man in the Tacomo"
hotel last night, "but I overheard
a conversation a week ago that
proves that they are not.
"Two men were having an ar
gument. One declared that elec
tion day always came on a Thur*-,
day. Then to top It off, one ask
ed the other If he knew how many
votes Wilson would hare in the
'electrical' college. Can you beat
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