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Friday's results of th« woman's
revolver association wer as fol
Miss Anna Hansson 14, Miss
Agnes llansson 31, Miss I), ("ran
dall 19. Miss Fennell 18,. Miss
Kristenren 10, Miss Manseth C.
->.■<. M.I Itouiul.
Anna Hausson IT, Agnes Mans
ion 3ti, Fptuiell IS, Kristensen 10,
Anna Hansson 3S, Agnes TTans
■on IS, ('randall 19, Kristenßen
12, Fennell 7, Manseth 7.
Anna BUMS if, Allies Hans
son 32, Man.set.h 29, Oandall 2S,
Fennell 18, Kristensen 17.
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MAY PLAY HERE
A Rugby football game between
the I'niversity of California or
Stanford university teams and the
Vancouver Rugby union fifteen to
be played in the stadium during
the Christmas holidays Is the
suggestion of Vincent R. Macpher
son. The schools are coming
north and It is thought that this
would be a better attraction than
to have the alumni in this city
play. An all-star selection of the
two teams is another suggestion.
Wednesday morning I H the ten
tative date set for .100 McGinnitys
arrival In this city and the fans
are preparing to give the "Iron
Man" a royal welcome. McGin
nity hasn't let out anything abouf
his plans and it is expected lio
will consult with baseball men
before he plunges into his duties
as a North west ball empressarjo. j
Although (he dates are not
definitely settled yet four basket
hall games in the Pierce County
A. A. A. will be played this week.
The first will be between the V.
P. S. and Cushman Indians on the
The calm before the storm In
the boxing circles of the Hillside
Athletic club came yesterday
[ when the boxers who are to take
I part in the smoker took a rest.
I Work wa« resumed today.
(By Valted-I»rr<s Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK. Dec —Billy
McKincoa of Boston Is matched
here today for a battle with Eddie
McGoorty at Kenosha, Wl>., Jan.
(By I'nlted Press leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 9.—
Jim Klynn and Luther McCarty
spent today in blissful Idleness,
resting after two solid weeks of
hard preparation for their sched
uled 20 round match tomorrow
night at Veruon.
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derful remudlea, under your
treatment for I weeks, th« pain
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A wonderful Chinese medicine.
Rend to stamp for question blank
to >14«H Pacific »r. Main Hit.
When Willie Ritchie took the championship away from Ad. Wolgast on Thanksgiving day, at San Francisco, he really did it with straight lefts. For it was those
tantalizing straight left* that prepared the way for sever al of Ritchie's right crosses and particularly that terrific one in the 16th round that floored Wolgast, knocked
him under the ropes and led him to commit the foul th at lost him the championship.
In the accompanying picture Hitchie is shown driving hht straight left to WolgustN jnw. Note tlio expression on Ad's face and how the force of the punch has
straightened Wolgast from his cutttomary crouch. Also note the remarkable reach of Kitchie. This picture was taken during the 10th round on Thanksgiving day by
M. C. I-m•kin. Times staff photographer.
SIGN 2 MORE MEN
Joe Bonds has added another
act to his opening card next
Thursday night in Glide rink.
The president of th e Hillside Ath
letic club has signed oip "Butch"
Christian, a California boxer,
who carries a pretty good record,
and Billy Laske, a Bremerton
sailor boy, for four rounds.
The rest of the boys are train
ing faithfully for their wraps and
Joe states that the membership
is growing fast and expects a big
attendance for the opening.
(fly I'nlted Press lionsrfl Wire.)
NEW YORK, Dec. o.—Both tlie
National league and the Interna
tional league are scheduled to
hold their annual meetings liere
today. The principal business be
fore the National league is the
case of Roger Bresnahan, who
was ousted as manager of the St.
Louis team, although his contract
calls for four yeara more and the
question of giving the league «■
quarter of the world's series pro
The International league Is to
decide the question of a salary
Tonight and Tiiiml.iv.
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THE TACOMA TIMES.
Here It Is! One of the Most Remarkable Fight Pictures Ever Taken
AL WETTIN, KING-TO-BE,
IS OXFORD FRESHIE NOW
By W. G. Hli«-!>li«t<l.
LONDON, Dec, 9.TbO^WiB '
fellow who Is tanged ai 'Mmß"'
king of KiiKland turn at lait^ <%ni
out into the spotlight w»i«j| 'ibi)
Kngllsh folks can look hltu*«'*r
He has left the palace, fmJVfl"
royal apron strings boundvytatn,
and entered Oxford titilv<-r»aj^ \
The royal plan for h\m,'',if /ti
ford was that he was to stjmV.}
year there, practically in ''se^rn
slon except for the company of
tutors, . guardians and a / few
young and particularly arllito
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WM. A. MULLINS ELECTRIC CO., 1014 A st.
! Mli.-il 4'liiiNtiiin George Andrew
! I'attrirk David W.ttin, Prince of
vv -■ I- -, an a College Student.
•■ratio lord*. But, on this point,
do hftH smeared tip everything.
Hi- •elects bis own friends. At
Magdalen college, where tie lives,
lie is considered very democratic.
Ho and his pals have a fine time
with their luncheons, athletics
and strolls around the country.
For a while the boy sneaked
out of a back door and took long
bicycle rides alone; this was
finally prevented by his tutors
taking charge of his wheel.
Tuo king-to-be also endeavors
to outdo everyone else in polite
ness. He Ignores no one. One
of the chief jobs of the detectives
Is to keep him from talking to
people who accost him on the
Albert Christian George An
drew Patrick David Wettin Is a
regular fellow now, though there
is no telling what England's great
king factory will turn him into.
(By United Press leased Wire.)
LOS ANQELES, Cal., Dec. 9.—
Ten Southern California automo
bile dealers and drivers have been
named today to serve as an or
ganization committee for the
Western Automobile association,
an «utlaw organization formed to
combat the automobile association
Moving and Storage
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So. C at. Tacoma. Wash.
(Bj United Press leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Dec. 9. — Eddie
Murphy of Boston started active
training here today for a buttle
with Packy McFarland, scheduled
for December 16 at Kenosha,
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Monday, Dec. 9,1912.
The Business Men's club Is the
name of a new 'boxing organiza
tion that ha staunched in the Held *
during the past two days. The
new club will hold its opening
smoker some time next week for
which a good card is already be
ing arranged. Frank Mley, form
er boxing instructor at the U. P.
S., will have charge of the ar- ~
rangements, acting In the capa
city of matchmaker. He is al
ready planning to get Battling
Brandt and Denver Ed Martin to
The organization has the en
dorsement of several business men
in town and it is expected that
the membership will increase fast.
—^— — —_~—___—_ ■»•
PLAYERS TO GET
At the assembly In the High,
school auditorium tomorrow aft
ernoon, Eddie Hart, 1911 captain
of Princeton, and one of the best
players ever turned out at that
school, will address the pupils.
The members of the football team
will be presented with the new "
emblem, the "S" Coach Perkins
will award them.
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