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PAOE TWO.
Caut. Osgar
Does Some
Very
Ingenious
Sleuthing
Disguised as
Waxworks.
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JOE BONDS MAY START NEW BOXING CLUB HERE
BOXER PLANS ON STAGING
FOUR ROUND BOUTS IN THE
GLIDE RINK THIS WINTER
An athletic club which will
oonform strictly to the laws in re-
Bard to boxing matches is to be
formed by Joe Bondß, the light
ueavywelght boxer of this city—
that is, it will be formed if the
city onV.inl.- approve and Joe be
lleres they will give no trouble
Jor every detail will be strictly as
tlw law provides. Four-round
touts will be the order.
The organization will be known
•a the Hillside Athletic club and
Its headquarters will be the Glide
fink.
Preference in the matching of
bouts for the smokers will be
given to local boxers and much of
the attention of the club will be
oentered on developing local boys
Should the Hillside Athletic
olub go through all right nonds
expect* to stage the first smoker
on December 9.
Bonds Is working hard to pre
pare himself for the bout with
Farmer in Eatonvllle next Satur
day night. He 1b determined to
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make thia hi* host ftyht as well as
his last one for about six months.
Joe works out dally at the Glide
rink. He went eight fast rounds
today at the rink and his trainers
say tbat Farmer is going to learn
something new before Bonds sets
through with him. A special
train will leave for Katonvllle at
7 o'clock Saturday evening. A
large crowd of fight fans expect
to make the trip.
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» LAST GAME TONIGHT <»>
♦ NKW YORK. Nov. 20.— •
•' In the concluding game of <s>
» tin- 15. 2 balk line billiard •
•• tournament here tonight, ♦
♦ Willie lloppe will meet Ora *>
4 Morningstar. If Hoppe wins <y
• Mo will retain the champion- •
• sliip which he now holds. •
• At prWM&t Hoppo is loading ♦
• with five games won and ♦
v lost.
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HIGH SCHOOL
STARTS LAST
PRACTICE
Getting into trim for their last
appearance of the 1912 season, |
the Blue and Gold of Tacoraa
High resumes practice in the
stadium thin afternoon. One lone
defeat would kind of knoi;k thei
"I»M>" out of a team, but since I
Taconia has lost three games the!
sting does not feel so hot, nud!
now the boys vow there will l>e
something percolating when they j
tii* up with the deadly rivals from j
Seattl.'.
Although the wearers of thei
red and black are conceded to I
have a mighty strong team until i
they are grasped with the feeling
of over-confidence, as in the lat-|
ter part of the Everett game, j
there ia a little bug going the;
rounds that Taioma is going toj
"corae back" in decided fashion '
and pull out ahead in the year's.
struggles with the Seattle tfev-'
ens. It is hoped, however, |hat I
the rivalry will not bring out"the i
abundance of punches and deft!
kicks in the short-ribs that i
marred the Queen Anne scrap.
One of tho points which have
been shown to be weak in Mhe >
Tnroma fani is the lack » of!
weight at the end positions. Tu
coma's ends played well against i
Queen Anne, but the mooses'
they bucked were too much for
them. The addition of Crane to
the squad will add weight. Hra
zell is the next heaviest man, and
he proved very strong until he
was knocked groggy in the first
quarter of the game with Queen
Anne.
SIXTH PERIOD
TEAMS WIN
(By K. W. Bell)
The Sixth Period teama in the
class basket-ball league came out
with the healthiest record in the
games with the Second Period
teams played at the High school
last Friday, winning two out of
the three games played. The
first team of the Sixth Period
won a good game from the Sec
ond Period by a score of 20 to
13. The second team of the Sec
ond Period turned around and
walloped the seconds of the pe
riod, taking the long end of a 20
to 8 score. The Second Period
Midgets forfeited to the Sixth
Period Midgetß.
NAME OFFICIALS
PORTLAND, Ore. Nov. 20.—
The three principal officials for
the football game between Ore
gon university and Oregon Agri
cultural college Saturday at Al
bany were selected today.
George Varnell of Spokane was
named as referee; Victor Place of
Seattle, umpire and Clark Smith,
Portland, head linesman.
IS TAKEN HOME
Harry Asseln, ex-football star
of Minnesota university, commit
ted recently to the asylum at Ft.
Stellacoom, has been taken from
the institution by his brother and
is on his way to an Eastern sani
tarium.
DOWNEY TRADED
Tommy Downey, a former Ta
coma Tiger and for the paat four
yean a member of the Kansas
Otty team In the American asso
ciation, has been traded to the
Sacramento team In the Coast
league.
, KIIiIIANK TO FIGHT
CLEVELAND," 0., Nov. 20.— -
Johnny Kllbane of Cleveland,- the
featherweight: ■ champion, ■. today
has. agreed to meet Eddie 1; Mor
gan, the English boxer, In a 20
--round I bout for . the championship.
Terms'. and a date: ore »not ; yet
. settled. ■ • : ■.--.'.":> ::..'' r.'-.- 1./.■■,
COU>fIr«aa«HBAI>ACHB ■■« GRIP
I-AXATIVB lUtOMO Quinine IWOIM th.
caura. Then If only en* "Brmno QulnliM."
J-oo'; tot nl«n«tur« ol S. W. QROVB. .-■ aba.
THE S IACOMA TIMES.
WOLGASTVUTCHIE FIGHT PICTURE! IT'S A 'FAKE'
The Times never "fakes," unless you are let in on it.
Now here's a fake—a real one.
It's a picture of the champion fight between Ad Wolgast and Willie Ritchie OB Thanksgiving Uh.v, 1912, nt Daly City, near San Franciwco
Here's the stuff the "fake" is made of:
Tli<- ring and the fight crowd is from a photograph takrn nt the Jeffries-Johnson fight at Reno, July 4. 1910.
Tho picture of W olgnNt was snapped during his fight with Fiimkie Hums at San Francisco, Mht 27, 1»1I.
RlKliip is "faked in" with a picture of him taken in his mill with Wolgast in San Francisco, May 11, 1012.
Tex Rickard is the referee. This is another Keno picture.
U.S. PLAYING
NAVY TEAM
TODAY
IT. P. S. is lining up against
the "All Star" team from the
Bremerton navy yard today, and
a warm little encounter is ex
pected, for the navy crowd has
a number of old Annapolis play
ers in the line-up, while the
school kids have a pretty strong
team.
U. P. S. to crippled some
what, and Coach Pltchford is sav
ing them for the game with Wil
lamette. Willamette plays in
this city the day before Thanks
giving. An attempt will be made
to secure the permission of the
school board to stage tbe game in
the stadium.
"IRON MAN"
WILL COME
<S> "Iron Man" ' McGinnify~ls &£•
<•'• sure to come to Tacomaj £'••
<$> and with the determination —
<•> to make the team auocesjH •"»•
<$> ful financially as ■ well as « <•>
<s> pennant hope, is the I state- '•>
<£ ment of President Ed If.' f«>
•i> Watklna, who has returned! •-•
*■ to Tar ma from the Mil we v- <$>
♦ kee conference. ■ H A
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WOLGAST BADLY WINDED
AFTER STEPPING THREE
ROUNDS WITH LOU REESE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Not. 20.—
Strict enforcement of the Marquis
of t.hii-4-uslM-ri'y rules in the Wol
gast-Ritchie 20 round Thanksgiv
ing day boot here will be exacted
by Keferce I tin Griffin. Announce
ment ot t!iis effect was made to
day by Griffin, who will visit
Kitchle at .San Rafael Monday,
and the following dny will go over
the rules with Wolgast at the Seal
Km I. Ik,us...
Ritchie insisted that Wolgast
violated the rules in their four
round clash here. He asserts
that after the champion had
COUNTY EMPLOYES ISSUE
INDOOR BASEBALL DEFI
The county employees indoor
baseball club has today issued a
challenge to any Hke organization
for a series of games, the accept
ing team to decide the number of
games and where they shall be
played.
County Auditor Stewart, star
heaver, says he fears a slight tinge
EPWORTH METHODISTS
WIN AT BOWLING
The Epworth Methodists de
feated the Arcade Btore men by
531 pins in a, bowling contest
held last night. The Methodists
had the upper hand throughout
and the Arcades did not have a
chance to even matters up. The
scores:
MEJTHODISTB.
Slater 203 15 155
Thomas ....123 125 96
Bell 163 125 135
Hall m 133 us
Rogers ....167 165 Ml
Totals . ..7«7 714 715
knocked him down, Wolgast stood
over him instead of retiring to his
corner as the rules provide.
Wolgast engaged in his first
boxing yesterday afternoon when
he stepped three lively rounds
with Louis Reese. The champion
displayed a lot of form but at th©
end of the session he was blow
ing pretty hard.
"I am suffering from a bad
cold," explained Wolgast, "but
my wind will be perfect when I
mix with Ritchie."
Ritchie is working hard at San
Rafael and is repidly rounding
into condition.
of rheumatism may keep him out
of the game this winter but claims
to have an hble understudy in the
person of Deputy Bullard. The
lineup of the county Is: Stewart
and Bullard, pitchers; McHug,
catcher; Heale and Thorne, short
stops; Cromwell, Ist base; Bab
cock, 2d base; Cook, 3d base;
Wagner and Bergrum, outfielders.
ARCADE.
Ashby 122 112 152
Mills ......154 132 116
Hill .........118 1C& 169
Wagner ..... 71 86 76
Cannon ..... 94 98 101
Total* ...559 693 513
HOLLAND TO FIOHT BERG
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 20.—
Hetting on the battle between
Otto Berg of Astoria and Fritz
Holland of Spokane Firdar night
opened at even money. The men
will go tan rounds in the main
event of the Dreamland show.
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♦ CHICAGO, Nov. 20. — ♦
♦ French boxing authorities <$>
?% are to present Billy Papke, <$>
<;■■ the American middleweight, ♦
<$> with a diamond and gold belt 3>
<S> on which Is inscribed "Cham- <$•
♦ pion of the world," accord- ■$>
♦ ing to word received here <$■
♦ today. This action has $>
♦ brought a storm of protest <£
♦ from American boxers. <$
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CONLEY BEATEN
IN 19TH ROUND
(By I'nited Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 20.—
Dundee of New York defeated
Frankie Conley in the 19th round
of a scheduled 20-round go In
Vernon last night before one of
the largest crowds that lihh at
tended a bout since night boxing
was resumed in Los Angeles.
Referee Eyton stopped the battle
after Conley, knocked to the
floor, had arisen helpless.
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CUPID STRIKES
WAGNER OUT
(By I nil I'll Tress 1..•»*..•<! Wire.) *
FITTSHUIUJ, Pa., Nov. 3O. —
"If the report is true, I bet the
girl had to pop the question,"
said Ilarncy Ureyfuss, president
of the Pittshurg Pirates, dis
cussing a report today that Hans
Wagner, star shortstop, is soon
to iuarry pretty Miss Bessie 1 *
Smith of West Pittwbnrg.
"Hans Is so bashful," added
Dreyfus, "that he prefers to sit
up all night in the Bmoking rar
rather than sleep in a Pullman
if the car carries women passen
gers."
"You'll have to ask Mr. Wag
ner about it," was all the satis
faction the reporters could get
from Miss Smith.
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