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PAGE TWO.
Always
Be Sure
the Price
Tag Is
Removed
from
Christmas
Gifts.
Mimic by Condo
Word* by Schaefer
AN AMATEUR ATHLETIC
CLUB IS WHAT THIS CITY
NEEDS TO HELP SPORTS
This la a clubby town. If reports are true, there have been
organized In this city three athletic clubs to put on boxing matches,
and the fans have yet to see the first smoker.
Joe Qmm*B was the first man in Tacoma recently to break the
Ice when be announced that the Hillside Athletic club was ready
for business. Joe fixed up a pretty good card, but the smoker faded
away when Frank Riley organized the Bualnaaa -Men's Athletic club
a week later. Riley prepared for a good card, signing up Denver
Kd Martin with Battling Uramlt for 10 rounds, but the coppers put
a stop to the affair, and the Dullness .Men's club had to call off
their bargain.
Now Joe ISonds comes back. Joe says lie wants to organize an
athletic club stamped with the approval of the A. A. 11. While it is
Improbable and Impracticable for an amateur club of that nature at
the present time, this plan Is by far the best that has been Submitted
to Insure clean sport In all lines of athletics for Tacoma.
An amateur club would guarantee the fans a good card, and it
would bring to this city several men from other similar organiza
tion* In the northwest. Vancouver, I!. C.. Spokane, Seattle and
Portland have splendidly equipped clubs which compete not only
in boxing but In all other lines of sport, and the quality dished up
to tIM fan« has built up a patronage that has made these organi
sations money-makers.
Why can't Tacema have an amateur athletic club to competet
with theso cities'.'
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0 boxer, otherwise known as Dr. Louis Wallach, dentist, in a 9
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WOE UNTO UMPIRE WHEN
EVERS TAKES CHARGE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Dec. 2«. —Already
critics aro beginning to name the
Chicago Cubs the crabs, owing to
the fact that Johnny Kvers will
be at the holm next season. Presi
dent Murphy admitted today that
he feared for the umpires.
Years ago Johnny Kvers was
styled the biggest crab In base
MORAN AND
SMITH TO MEET
BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26.—
When Frank Moran of Pittsburg
steps Into the ring here tomor
row night and shakes hands with
Ounboat Smith of California, it
will be the first meeting of the
two men.
Moran is extremely confident.
Dr. A. W. Gilchrist
Veterinary Remedies
Cough Remedy $1.00
Distemper Remedy .... 1.00
Colic Remedy SO
Call Powder' no
Liniments SOc and 1.00
Mange Remedy no
Fever Remedy 1.00
For Bale at 2102 Put flic ar.
Phone Main 8005
NOTICE —
NO "SALES" necessary in our shop as we
sell every day in the year at less than oth
ers, even when they are having "Hurrah Sales"
we always save you the middleman's profits
and ground floor rents —the ground floor
stores must always make a good, fat, juicy
profit to pay those large expenses and exist.
Our $15 Suits and Overcoats for Men are Regular $25 Values.
_mom __m _^_0 ' '■■ '.
ALWAYS $ 1 5 ALWAYS
Herbst Clothes Shop
Take Elevator and Save $10. 214-220 National Realty. Bldg.
ball. He doesn't deny lt, rather
boasts of the fact, and takes
pride in alluding to himself as
the "human crab."
Kddie McDonald, the new util
ity player secured from Sncra
mento, likewise hi pointed out as
an umpire-baiter. But Evert
claims that "crabs" make the
best players.
M'GINNITY TO
LEAVE TONIGHT
President Joe McGinnity leaves
this evening for Newark, N. J.,
to visit his family and to prepare
for the 1913 season. He intends
to look over several sprouting
youngsters on tho way over and
predicts ho will return with a
string of live ones.
M'INTOSH QUITS
FIGHT GAME
(Ny United Press Leased Wire.)
SYDNKY, N. S. W., Dec. 26.
Thl be has disposed his Interests
In the fight game to Snowy Bak
er, one of the prominent promot
ers of Australia, and that ho will
retire from the sport, is the as
sertion of Hugh Mcintosh here
today.
Mcintosh Intends to devote his
entire time to the Tivoll theatri
cal circuit.
Al Maul—Superb Pitcher of the 90s—Where Is He at Now?
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Making the butter lilt nt the
bud ones was the secret of the
swcess of that grand old veteran,
Al .Maul.
Maul ranked with Mathewson,
(■iimhert and Griffith in the qual
ity of his control, and his particu
lar forte was shoving* the ball
across libit tun high or too low,
or a trifle too far in or out to
suit the batter, who hit pop flies
00 a result.
With Maul In the, box there
was no such thing as "a groove,"
and when the batters learned this
they picked out those that were
moat promising and — popped the
ball Into the air.
Today Maul Is one of Connie
Mack's scouts, and he must be
worth the money, for the long
manager keeps him at It. Ills
home is In Philadelphia, his na
tive city.
Maul Ls doubtless best remem
bered for his work ln 1898, when
LOU NORDYKE SUED FOR DAMAGES
Lou Nordyke, former first Back
er of the Victoria, B. C, ball club,
who has been out of the game for
a season with a badly fractured
limb, is getting back into shape.
At least, Lou has begun light
training.
On December 13, for instance,
Lou slipped quietly into the Ar
gonaut restaurant, scaled a stool
at the lunch counter and Bought
to appease his hunger with an or
der of " 'am and."
Lou wanted Walter H. L. Hen
derson to peg the order to first In
time for a double, or something
of that sort, but "Hende" boot
ed, causing the heave to come an
hour late.
Nordy likes 'em smoked over,
and started on of his famous ar
guments -the panning kind that
he habitually hands to the umpire
In bad decisions.
In fact, Henderson declares in
a summons to court and a com
plaint against the baseball hero
he did yeoman service for Balti
more, winning 20 out of 27 i
games and earning an average of
.741. Maul possessed uncanny
control that year and seemed to :
be able to place the ball just <
1 where he wanted to, which meant
easy files for the fielders.
Maul's ball career Is Interest
ing. He started with Blnghamp
toT), X. V., in the International
league, and was with the same
club and also Rochester the next
season.
In 1887 he started the season
with Nashville and was Bold to
Philadelphia after he had played
; in 24 games for the Southern city,
j leading the league at bat with an
| average of .481.
In 24 games he is credited with
.18 runs, 59 hits and 15 stolen
bases.
which is In the hands of Sheriff
Longmire today, that Nordy smote
him some. Smiting, he says, ts
mighty bad for his high-strung
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9 PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 2 6. —Johnny McMurray, Mult- ♦
♦ nomah club athlete, is today holder of the world record for 9
9 amateurs In the 100 yard swim as the result of a Christmas 9
9 race against, a field of five in the chilly waters of the Will- 9
9 amette river. McMurray's time was 55 1-5 seconds. The 9
9 water was just 42 degrees above zero. 9
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WANTED TO KILL WILSON
- ; These are the three New Jer sey mountaineers who are accused
if sending a letter to President-e lect I Wilson | saying he would be
shot unless he paid them 90,000. They live near Wharton, N. 1.
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THE TACOMA TIMES
Maul went to Pittsburg In 1888
and remained four years, leaving
to join the Athletics in 1892. In
1893 he was with Washington,
remaining there through 1896
and joining Baltimore in 1897,
in which year he pitched but one
game and lost it. The next year,
however, Maul was right and was
the best of the Oriole pitchers.
With other members of the team
he went to Brooklyn in 1899. He
was with New York in 1901 when
his arm failed and be was re
leased.
Maul graduated from Philadel
phia's corner lots and says he
used to steal out of the house to
play ball when a lad. He did his
ablest work under the old king
pin manager, Ned Hanlon.
"Rusie was the greatest of all
pitchers. Never before and never
nerves, besides being sort of un
comfortable to his feelings.
He therefore wants $1,5 per
sonal damages from Nordyke.
since his day has any man been
able to touch the big Hoosier boy
in his prime," says Maul.
Willie Keeler, wonderful place
hitter and hunter, base runner
and fielder, is Maui's choice as
the greatest player that ever
lived.
When such men as Lange,
Keeler and Sam Thompson pick
Rusie as the game's greatest
pitcher the average fan of today
may well ask himself, "What
sort of a wonder was this man
Rusie, anyhow?"
ZBSYSKO THROWS
CHARLEY CUTLER
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
BOSTON, Dec. Charles
Cutler, who has claimed the
world's heavyweight wrestling
championship since Gotch retired,
is today convinced he was
wrong. Zbyszko threw Cutler
here twice last night in a rough
bout. The falls came in one hour
and 10 minutes, and in 1 minute
10 seconds, respectively.
CHICAGO BOYS
BEATEN BY BOISE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
BOISE, Ida., Dec. 26. —
Through their ability to work
the forward pass, the footballers
of the local high school are to
day victors over Wendell Phillips
high school of Chicago by a six
to-nothing score. The ground on
which the game was played was
covered with snow.
COSTER BEATEN
YOUNGSTOWN, 0., Dec. 26. —
Badly beaten up, but still vic
torious, Joe Coster today scored
a win over Louis De Pothieu, the
French fighter, after a terrific
12-round battle. De Ponthleu
was bested in eight of the 12
rounds.
THINKING IT
OVER TODAY
Tom Goodman, 27, a negro,
cleared Rackner's cafe at 1312 C
street in short order yesterday
afternoon when he pursued Rosa
Brown into the place and when
ordered to leave pulled a gun,
and began shooting. Officers
locked him up.
Commissioner Woods
i To Make Co. Offer
Commissioner Owen Woods
wants to grant a franchise to the
street car company to go over
the 11th street bridge with a
view to having'them bring their
interurban in that way. It Ib a
question whether other commis
sioners will agree to this, as the
city has been trying^to get the
Muckler Seattle-Tacoma short
line to build along the shore line
and if the Interurban came that
way it would probably prevent
the building of the competing
road. . - :
Woods also wants to sell the
tracks laid on the bridge to the
T. R. & P. ''
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LUTHER M'CARTY HAS '-
BRUISED HAND; ENTIRE
CAMP IS WORRIED
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGKLKS, Dec. 26. —A
swollen left hand is causing con
siderable worry to Luther Mc-
Carty's training crew today. The
big cowboy bruised the member
by a wallop on the skull of Bull
Young, his 240-pound sparring
partner, and the result is painful.
The camp doctor declared today,
however, that two days' rest will
assure the disppearance of the
0000000000000000,
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P —Art Shafer, utility in- ?•
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9 Giants, is squarely on record 9
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JACK BRITTON WINS
(By I'nited Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Dec. 26.—Jack
Britton, formerly of San Fran
cisco and chief rival of Packey
McFarland, today has another
scalp at his belt. It is that of
Tommy O'Keefe, a local light
weight, whom Britton scientific
ally trimmed ln six rounds.
WRESTLERS IN GOOD
SHAPE FOR MATCH
Physical Director Frank Riley
is enthusiastic over his Battling
Brandt benefit card on New Year's
night when a couple of the best
men in the wrestling game will
compete on the mat. Andy Mar
tin of Kansas City promises to
give Carl Nelson of Tacoma and
vicinity all he can handle when
the bout starts.
There im Only Ono
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That Im >__
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USED THE WORLU OVER TO OUHE A COLO MT ONE DAY. _~:
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for this signature on every box. j, 250. %fJ mff^Lf%Ktf&^t*
ENJOYING LIFE
The American people believe in enjoy
ing life; in a temperate indulgence in those
things that make for pleasure. So you
find that they drink beer and that beer is
growing more and more into popularity in
this country.
PACIFIC BEER
Will please you. It has a piquant flavor
that catches the popular fancy. After,a
hard day's work in the shop, at the desk,
on the street, or in the home, you'll find it
most delightful. It's healthful, too. , ":.
BEST, EAST OR WEST
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Thursday, Dec. 26,1912.
soreness.
Al Palser rested today at bis
camp at Doyles, announcing hat
he will resume the training grind
tomorrow. The big fellow boxed .
to hundred and exhibited bis best
form since coming to Los Angeles.
Reservations for New Year's
day are practically all taken. Ac
-1 cording to Promoter McCarey,
1 there will be nothing except gal*
! lery seats left by tonight.
BATTLERWANTS
ONE MORE
CHANCE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Dec. 6.— "One mora
chance. Give me Willie Ritchie,
and when I beat him, as I surely"
will, then I will step to the
ropes, make a nice little speech
and announce my retirement from
the ring forever." his was the
Christmas sentiment expressed
here by Oscar Matthew Nelson,
one time king of the lightweights.
"I am feeling better than ever,"-
Nelson went on, "and with one
month's training I can make any
of them jump through the ropes."
Nelson will fight "Yankee"
l Schwartz in Columbus, Ohio, New
! Year's day, and two weeks later*
I will tackle Frank Russell in New
I Orleans.
Both men are In good shape -
and each Is confident of coming
out on top.
For those w)io don't care for
wrestling a corking good six
round match has been arraned.
Butch Christian of San Francisco
and Billy Laskey promise to put
up a good scrap. There will be "
three four round matches to boot.

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