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CORVALLIB, Ore., Feb. 27.
V —Jesse Garrett, for four years
a pitcher In the Coast and North
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western leagues, has today signed
a contract to coach the baseball
team of the Oregon Agricultural
Large trash stock garden seeds.
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Entries for the second annual
boxing tournament at the armory
are complete and the athletes are
all ready for the sound of the
gong. They have been in train
ing nearly three months for this
event and many interesting
matches are looked for.
No tickets will be placed on
sale, but memberships may be,
secured from members of the
national guard, under whose su
pervision the smoker ; Is being
GOLF CLUB HERE
The Lakewood Coif and Coun
try club is a reality today. It lias
been under course of construction
for some time, and last night
marked the election of liters
and the acceptance of a charter,
and the new club now takes its
place alongside of Tacoma's other
K. A. Kltchin was elected
president, Robert Munger vice
president; W. F. Jewders, treas
urer: it. 11. Shaffer, secretary,
and I*. S. Tyler, B. B. Grey and
A. G. Simpson, trustees.
The club has control of 1001
acres of land at Lakewood on the
Traction car line.
McCreedie Off for
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 27. —
Manager Walter McCredie and
four members of this year's Port
land Coast league team departed
for Visalia, Cal., training camp
early today. The other members
of the squad will report directly
SHORT SPORT NEWS
Coach Baird of the S. H. S.
is greatly pleased with his first
week of baseball practice. Baird
has about 75 men out every aft
ernoon, most of. whom are expe
Second teams of the Emerson
and Franklin schools played a tie
game of baseball yesterday. Score
was 6 to C.
State Business college organ
izes an Independent ball team.
They have applied lor entrance
to the Twilight league, however.
Bowling teams at Old Town
are still battling for that bunting.
Their season does not close for
several weeks yet.
Wrestling finals at the 3. H. S.
will be held March 7. An exhi
bition by Prof. Hooper's gym
classes wilt be given at the same
An indoor track meet, given
under the auspices of the Pierce
County A. A., will be held In the
Y. M. C. A. March 14. The Y.
M. C. A. gym is open to all con
testants who are entered.
Fred Dabroe la the latest brave
to get up nerve to challenge
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THE • TACOMA TIMES.
1 High School Notes |
By Olin Graham.
The baseball men are getting
anxious for the Stadium held to
get Into condition. The field
freezes every night and thaws ev
ery morning, so the ball players
have to put up with a soft play
ground. Suits have been given
out to last year's men and a num
ber of new uniforms have been
Walt Espeland will be seen In
a high school uniform again this
year; that is, if Walt gets time
to turn out. For, be it known,
Walt is some busy man.
Al Crane, captain of the track
team, won the state championship
in the high Jump; Gale Bandy
won the hurdles, and Stanley
Staatz won the pole vault, last
year. These three men make a
valuable nucleus for Coach Bell
to build his team on this year.
It Is said that the new gymna
sium will be completed in time for
next year. That will surely help
Indoor athletic! at the high
Gale Bandy is the only "four
year" man on the track "team.
Gale is an excellent hurdler and
never fails to come home winner
in these events. • ■
(By United Press Leased Wire.
NEW YORK, Feb. 27. —Despite
the fact that the stork Is expect
ed at his home here In a few
days, Johnny Dundee, the feath
erweight, will leave Sunday for
Lob Angeles where he fights
Johnny Kilbane April 15. The
bout will be for 20 rounds and
will be staged by Promoter Tom
McCarey. The American 122
pound title will be involved.
We wonder if Jess Willlard Is
losing sleep, worrying over this
Jack Leon match.
Joe Hill is training in earnest
for his match (March 6 with Leo
We wonder if Jack Mace will
sprain Paul Shocks ankle? That
Is Jack's speciality.
Moose Circus tonight at Moose
hall, 13 th and E streets.
The Moose troupe of clowns
filled the hearts of the Ad club
with glee the other night, when
they rehearsed their act before
the pencil spellbinders. '■
Jack Mace is training at the
Pastime A. C. in South Tacoma.
Jack is a product of the Pastime
club and South Tacoma Is back
ing him to make a good showing
Mary still has her lamb.
A A boxing, match was held A
A one day, A
A ' And finished in a minute, A
A The reason Isn't hard to say, ♦
A Frank Koepkey had ja A
A hand Unite. ♦
A ". A
NEWEST LIGHTWEIGHT HAS
KNOCKOUT WALLOP IN BOTH
"BUD" ANDERSON, newest lightweight challenger. At the
top on right is shown one of his remarkably large hands. Ob
the left is the hand of a man who tips the beam at over 160
pounds. Notice how much larger is Anderson's hand. _
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Feb. 27.
What Is believed to be a new
pugilistic star . has come out of
the Pacific Northwest in the per
son of Bud Anderson, one of the
likeliest looking lightweights de
veloped on the Pacific coast In
some time. After a wonderfully
successful campaign in the
"bushes," Anderson invaded Los
Angeles, defeats Sammy Trott,
on whom Battling Nelson broke
both hands in six rounds. .
Anderson, who has fought 36
times, winning 27 by a knockout
and the balance by the referee's
decision, is a natural 133-pound
er. He la 'credited with having
the strength of a middleweight,
and can flatten a man with either
hand. The hands, by the way,
are larger than those possessed
by most heavyweights. They are
so big and strong and compactly
put together that they have never
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By WALT SUTHERLAND.
Tonight . the University of
Puget Sound plays Its first game
of the elimination series. A num
ber of the team took a little re
spite - from training routine and
went to Puyallup with the Glee
olub Tuesday night. This , will
be the first game in three weeks
for the U. P. S. boys and it re
mains to -: be seen j whether they
have profited by their rest or
have lost their grip on the situa
tion. The last game . was with
the ' Parkland .A. C, ! as is the
came tonight,, at which time U.
P. 8. won by a close score and
Captain Wright believes that his
bunch can duplicate the stunt to
night. Vi The game ls to be played
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A Height 5 ft. 6 In. A
A Reach 66 in. A
A Neck 16 V, In. A
A Chest (contracted) ..35 in. A
A Chest (expanded ...41 ln. A
A Biceps 14 1-4 In. ♦
A Forearm ...; •. .11 in. ♦
A Wrist 7 in. A
A Waist ........ 30 In. ♦
A Thigh.... 20 1-4 In. ♦
A Calf 14% ln. ♦
A Ankle 9 in. ♦
suffered even the slightest injury
in a battle.
Anderson Is both a boxer and
a fighter, but his favorite method
is to.tear in and chop his man
down with short uppercuts. He
is a straight, clean puncher, never
resorting to swings. ~ *'■
He is to meet K. O. Brown
March 15 for 80 rounds.
on the Y. M. C. A. floor, so
neither team will have any ad
vantage in that respect.
Track prospects are rosy and
the university may send a team
to the big meet at Pullman next
spring. With Benadom in sprints
and Jumps, Beck in the weights,
Webb -in the distance runs, Erp
in the discuss,* and several of the
new students showing form In
different events, the university
should be able to make, a com
mendable showing, i
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TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 27. — John
ny Evers, manager of the Chica
go Cubs, is willing to donate a
chunk of his own salary to meet
the difference between the finan
cial terms offered Orval Overall,
the big California twlrler, and
"We must have that boy on the
team," Evers declared. "Frank
Chance tells me his salary arm is
better than ever now, and lie has
mastered several new shoots."
Thus far President Murphy of
the Cubs has not yet taken up
Evers. Overall has been asked to
report at the Cub training quar
ters here in a week.
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