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BUD ANDERSON AND
BROWN ARE MATCHED
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
1/03 ANGELES, Feb. 26. —
Btht Anderson and Knockout
Brown will meet at Vernon ln a
10 round bout March 15. Pro
moter McCarey announced the
matoh late yesterday, simultan
eously with the announcement
that the proposed Russell Ander
son match for March 8 had been
The lightweights will make 133
pounds at noon on the day of the
battle, and will enter the ring
at 3 o'clock. The winner will be
matched with Russell or any
other opponent to be selected by
McCarey for a May date.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 26.—
Jack King, the Portland trainer,
who assisted ln conditioning Ad
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Wolgast for his recent battle with
Tommy Murphy at San Francisco,
has today declared that he be
lieves Bud Anderson can take
either one of them into camp.
"Bud Anderson could knock
out either Wolgast or Murphy in
20 rounds," said King, "and I
think they have a hunch to this
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TO HOLD SHOW
"Big circus coming to town."
Put on your circus disposition
and eel a bag of peant;ti and be
on hand Thursday and Friday
nights at the Moose hall nnd you
will mc a circus that has it's only
rival in Barnum anl I.alley.
Th*M will be a cljwn band,
wild animals. in number* beyond
• ■'•mm •> . ion. in adl'iioi to a
troupe of dashing Arabian horses,
elephants, giraffes, monkcyj and
the side shows— well everybody
win lie there. Joe Joe, the pie
faced man, the bearded lad/, tho
fattest lady, and the littles: man
and woman and thousands of
other attractions too numerous
This is the first circus the
Moose have ever attempted and
it promises to be the biggest suc
cess of the year.
The Barbers' Athletic club will
hold a meeting next Sunday aft
ernoon at 722 Pacific avenue at
3 p. m. to further organization
of a Sunday baseball league. The
barbers propose to have b'x teams
pnt>r a Sunday league and all
outside teams are invved to send
The Barbers have nearly twen
ty-live ball players signed up,
many of whom have seen actual
experience in different leagues.
Officers of the new league will
be elected and a schedule ar
ranged and the barbers are espe
cially desirous of having all out
side managers present.
HOGAN'S TIGERS BUST.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26.—Hap
Hogan's Venice Tigers took to
the field today for their first
workout of the spring practice.
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THE TACOMA TIMES.
DEXTER DIDN'T LAST LONG BUT HE
WAS A REAL STAR WHILE HE LASTED
Charles D. Dexter was one of
the bright baseall stars who, for
some reason known to himself
and not to the public, did not last
long. He flashed across the
major league firmament from
1896 to 19 04 and left the game
when at his best.
When Dexter broke in he was
as fast as the famous trotter of
the same name, hero of some, of
the great turf classics.
During the time he played Dex
ter starred as catcher and out
fielder and, in fact, as an all
around player. He was born in
Evansville, Ind., June 15, 1876,
and is not yet 37. He. was 28
when he left the big league in
It was In Louisville under Fred
Clarke that Dexter began his big
league career and he remained
with the Colonels until 1900. His
best season was 189888 when he
When the Pittsburg and Louis
ville clubs were consolidated and
the franchise taken to the steel
city Wagner, Clarke and Leach
went along ,but Dexter was not
taken. Instead he was with Chi
cago in 1900, 1901 and 1902 and
finished in Boston, playing a
mighty good article of ball and
Dexter has many good quali
ties and bad ones as baseball ls
was of the hair-trigger variety
and he wag always ready to ex
Even that advocate of strenu
osity, John J. McGraw, fell be
fore Dexter in an exchange of bit
ing sarcasm. It happened that
McGraw, who was sizing up Dex
ter with an idea of buying him
for his own club, was handing a
player one of his famous "roasts"
when Dexter happened along and
took a hand. The result was
that he did not get a contract.
Today Charles D. Dexter Is a
Dcs Moines, la., business man,
doing splendidly. He la manager
of the men's department of a big
clothing house and his friends be
A corner or a cottage. Fletcher
Heights. See ad page 6.
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lleve he will become one of the
leaders in the city noted for Its
commission form of government.
Dexter believes Fred Clarke Is
the greatest player that ever
lived. Clarke has been a won
derful manager and as great a
judge of fly balls as Jim Mc-
Aleer; a wonder on the bases and
a terrific hitter, going at a .406
clip in 18897 and batting over
.300 for years.
Dexter names Wild Bill Dono
van as the greatest pitcher and
does not give his reason for do
ing so. Donovan has been named
by several players as the great
est pitcher. The game to Dexter
appears no different today than
it was when he quit. It was just
as fast then, in his opinion.
SHORT SPORT NEWS
Joe Cohn thinks he has done a
wonderful thing for the Spokane
Indians in signing Bill Yohe to
cover his third sack.
Frank Koepkey will be on hand
March 6 to fill in In case either
of the principals at the Eagles'
smoker fall to put in an appear
Charles Murch, who has the
reputation of being the "biggest"
fan In Spokane will make Tacoma
his headquarters from now on.
Joe Richmond is still looking
for matches. Joe weighs all of
105 pounds and has trouble find
ing opponents of a like size.
Charley McAtee is threatening
to re-open his Pastime A. C. ln
Gale Bandy Is the name of the
High school yell leader. Gale
bandies opposing teams ln a very
breezy manner. (Dippy Dope.)
Five Cushman Indians will
take part in the Armory smoker
Fred Dabrle has decided to re
enter the boxing game and would
like to get a match with any of
the best 170 pounders around
Tacoma. . ""v.?
Billy Phillips is another "come
back" who looks to be in the
finest of condition.
Concannon and Stadille are still
holding out. We should worry.
17. P. S. baseball turnout next
Tuesday. Pitchford will coach.
Coach Baird of S. H. S. has
a squad of nearly fifty men to
model his team from.
Ladies will not :be admitted to
the Armory smoker as flrst I re
ported. Only members allowed
and ladies cannot obtain mem
|: Billy Ross, Centralis, Frank
Farmer, Kapowstn, Eagles' head
liners. ,« Hasn't Tacoma enough
Wednesday, Feb. 26, 1913.
Plans are already underway for
the big state meet in Tacoma on
June 7th when it is expected that
50 schools from all parts of the
state will compete in field and
track athletics. Invitations have
already been issued to all schools
and it will mean that several
hundred youngsters will struggle
The next cross country run is
to be held Friday afternoon,
March 7, instead of Saturday
morning, March 8. It is thought
that by holding it on a school day
more entries will be received.
Mr. Hooper's gym classes will
give an exhibition in the high
school gym March 7. The wrest
ling finals will also be held the
Nick Dahl, captain of last
year's baseball team, was re-elect
ed captain at a meeting of the
baseball veterans yesterday. Nick
is a natural born leader.
Harry Deegan, who sprung a
big surprise at a recent Y. M. C.
A. wrestling meet by going out
of his class aad defeating all
comers at 135 pounds, met his
Waterloo yesterday at the hands
of one Erwln Caddy, who is just
Deegan's weight, 125 pounds.
The final inter-scholastic, bask
et-ball game will be played with
Broadway Friday afternoon at the
gym of the Seattle school. Then
the team will devote Its interests
to capturing the remaining games
ln the Pierce county race.
CYCLE CHAMP DEAD.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES. Feb. 20.—Dis
patches today from Springfield,
Mass., report the sudden death
there of Jake Deßosier, motor
cycle champion, who at one tjme
held almost every Pacific coast
class for a main event?
Paul Shock and Jack Mace, Ta
coma boys, should put up an ex
cellent bout for the Eagles. They
are both heavyweights and expe
Leo McQuarry, Victoria pitch
er, is well liked in Tacoma. Lee
formerly pitched on the Grant
Parkland Lutheran academy
will, In all events, take up foot
ball next fall. With the comple
tion of the finest school gymna
sium in the county, Parkland is
anxious to branch out in other
sports. They turned out a cham
pionship baseball team last year
and are working hard to repeat
Word comes from Pasadena,
Cal., that Steve Burke, former
Tacoma newsboy, is making a big
hit In the southern city. Steve
boxed around Tacoma a couple of
years ago and his many friends
here will be delighted to know
of his success in the south.
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Jack Leon to meet WllHard.
Oh me, oh my! Poor Willard?
Leon Is an excellent comedy
wrestler but as a boxer— Guess
Denver Ed will be meeting Mc-
Carthy next. " ' -
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TWO JIMS IN
(By United Press I .eased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26. —Jim
Jeffries will occupy a box tonighl
at Jim Corbett's show at a Los
Angeles theater and tomorrow
the former heavyweight headlin
es will play handball at the Los
Angeles Athletic club. Yesterday
Corbett was Jefiries' guest at din
ner. Both their battles in theold
days were the principal topic of
P. 0. LEAGUE
The members of the Postoffice
Bowling league held a reception
last evening at the Y. M. C. A,
banqueting the Giants, who, un
der the able leadership of Cap
tain Kltchin, won the coveted cur
offered by Postmaster Stocking.
The losing teams were also
subjected to a series of stories on
"How We Won the Cap," by
members of the winning team.
Postmaster F. L. Stocking acted
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
BOSTON, Feb. 26. —Cy Sey
mour, former Giant outfielder,
who recently bought his release
from the Los Angeles Coast
league club, is signed up today
by the Boston Nationals.
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