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NEW YORK, Feb. 6—The most
important question to come up at
the thirty-third annual meeting
o( the United States National
Lawn Tennis association which
couveued here today, was exiiect
ed to be that relating to "foot
The plan was to change the
rules to require the player serving
the ball to replace his foot in the
same spot after the serve. Robert
I). Wren, president of the associa
tion, declared that such a rule,
contrary to general oplnton would
not weaken the "cannon ball"
style of service which gives Mc-
Laughlin such a handicap. Wren
declared that McLaughlin would
be less hampered by such a rule
than would Wilding, Brookes,
(lore, Roper-Barrett, and other
Knglish players. It waa believed
today that the change would be
Kvery time a leglslaturfe ls
about soothed Into a condition of
complacency that will admit of
the passing of a boxing bill along
comes Tommy Burns and pulls
something that arouses the sol
ons to the fact that the things
that killed it are still possible.
If no one else wants that $500
that both Red Klllifer and Charlie
Weeghman are refusing to ac
cept, our address ls not hard to
It's an 111 wind that blows no
one good. Kight additional south
ern towns will get free advertis
ing and some coin because of the
From this distance It looks as
if the New York Judge who de
cided Bob Fitzsimmons is too old
to fight is a friend of those white
The Naps have a new trainer
named Ii it te. and his name
rhymes with Jackson and Lajole.
Not hinting, of coruse, that
politics had anything to do with
St. Louis refusing to let the Fed
build a wooden stand, but do you
remember the ones the National
league has gotten by with for 20
j,years —the two that burned and
the present one?
THE RKCKI'IT. n
Hardy spring annual poem of
the bloomer who never blooms.
'Twill break Joe Jackson's
Why he won't hit one hun
'Twill make Walt Johnson
and know his days are num
Twill surely cop the dough.
It has all fadera faded.
Thf best thing ln the book.
'Twill make Joe Wood seem
He's surely here to stay.
The great find of the season.
He's back in Saskatoon—
And still we keep our rea
Latest reports from Olendora,
Cal., are that F. Chance will be
gin to worry about the Federals
stealing his players as soon as he
finishes picking the oranges and
clipping the coupons.
You may not notice Tinker's
salary on the restaurant checks,
but it will be there all right.
If oo one haa sprung It be/ore,
Weeghman's team ought to be
So that story of Tub Spencer
Inheriting a fortune Is untrue?
We hadn't observed the breweries
Frank Ootch has retired per-
I manently from the (10,000 purse
THE TAOOMA TIMES
TWELVE BOY SCOUTS
Having piiMseil an examination
given by the county game com
mission and Game Warden li-A l>.
IJgbt, a ilii/.i-n members of the
Hoy Scout.* are now members of
the game wurden's corptt of depu
ties, and have Ix-cn presented with
badges. Tlie Imys studied three
in. .Nt lis under the tuition of \. I).
.Moser and passed the examination
with flying colors.
Most of the boys are song of
i well-known Tacoma men, and
take a keen interest In game laws.
They were quizr.ed on the game
fish and the laws protecting
them; the 'varmint' found In this
inn ticii of the state and statutes
with regard to animals of a pre
datory nature; about the game
birds of Pierce, county, and the
laws relative to their preserva-
Coach E. E. Perkins of Sta
dium High is still being consid
ered as a candidate for the posi
tion of coach at the University of
Illinois and may yet land the job.
NEW YORK, Feb. 6—Tom Mc-
Mahon, of Spring Valley, Pa., was
to be Battling Levinsky'a oppon
ent here tonight in a ten-round
bout at the Star A. C. The Bat
tler today was picked to win.
The National team of the Ta
coma Soccer club meets tbe fast
Carbonado eleven next Sunday at
Athletic pane. An Interesting
game is expected.
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Every person should take ad
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OS3V. Paelfle ay.. Cor. llth at.
Private entrance, tSIM, Com
tion; and the geography of the
ruinity and the boundaries of the
various game preserves.
The game commissioners con
gratulated Mr. Moser for the
showing made by his pupils, and
! said they were very glad to see
' young men taking up the ques
tion of protecting game. The.
badges given the boys empower
them to apprehend any violater
I of the game laws.
The scout patrol which has
been taken into the game war
! (ten's force of deputies consists
of: Sanford Martin, Samuel Ben
der, Paul Brokaw, Dwight Ma
son, Espey Hampton, Norton
Younglove, Russell Rice, Richard
Metzger, Louis Palmer, Walter
Pad.'lford, Ted Griggs and Kelly
NEW YORK, Feb. 6.—A deter
mined effort ot adopt a rule re
quiring all football players to
wear numerals was scheduled for
tonight when the Intercollegiate
football rules committee meets
here to discuss proposed changes
in the playing rules. E. K. Hall,
chairman of the committee, was
to preside. It was predicted to
day that few changes in the rules
will lip made.
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ARE ON CARD
Both Tex Vernon and Joe Hill
are billed to appear on the card
of the next Moose smoker, but
not boxing against each other.
Tex will box George Piper. George
is a local Moose and very much
of an unknown quantity, but he
is ambitious to shuw the little
Aberdeen lad that he ls there with
the ability. Whether he will or
not remains to be seen.
Joe Hill's opponent is yet to
be selected. Joe ls ln fine con
Both the Barrleaus will appear
in the feature bouts of the even
ing, provided Harry Bishop agrees
to sign with Frank. Ernie Bar
rieau and Len Powers have been
Bert Campbell will box one of
the bouts. Bob Ross or Casey
Jones, the railroad white hope,
will probably oppose him.
BOUT CALLED OFF
The bout between Battling I_e
vlnsky and Jim Klynn, scheduled
for February 9, has been called
off, Flynn being 111.
YANKS GET CRISS
Dode Crlss, formerly the star
plnch-hltter and leading hatter of
the American league, has Blgned a
i contract with the New York
I ICH GABIBBLE! |
Hoch der Kaiser!
We have heard 'from Fred
Grant. Evidently Fred wants to
convey to our mind that he means
his challenge of Joe Bonds ln
good faith, and feels sorely griev
ed that his ability to dispose of
Joe be disputed.
This he has done in a charming
epistle to us, which is appended
"Dear Sir: In regards to your
writings about me that I would
need no seconds If I ever meet
Howls I must tell you that I can
beet that fellow any old time.
All I would like to have ls to get
a chance at him.
"I boxed with Bonds and
found that he is esy for me. If
he don't belief it, 1 am willens to
show It to him. Very truly,
n "FRKD GRANT."
If Grnnt considers this another
challenge Bonds is perfectly will
ing to meet him, although he
doesn't understand why this sud
den anxiety to box was not appar*
ent at the Con league smoker.
Grant refused to meet Joe ln an
"I am willing to tackle him,
wlnner-take-all," says Bonds,
"for any purse from a shoestring
to a million dollars. I'll box him
170 pounds ringside, portside, or
broadside. He must remember,
however, that it won't be a game
of pinochle he is participating ln,
and musn't raise a holler tf 1 get
rough and slap his wrist hard for
# lf Grant ever is so unfortunate
as to tackle Bonds, the writer
Friday, Feb. 6.1914
firmly believes he'll be trimmed
■o quick that there'll be nothing
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