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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1910.
WATCH THE XHAMIF' PICTURES IN THE PRESS
BILL PAPKE,MIdd leweight Champion.
FOR BIG GAME
(By United °ress Leased Wire)
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec 31. -The
last coat of sawdust was put on the
Vaughn street field this forenoon
and all preparations for the foot
ball game between the Washington
high school team and the Oak II rk
team of Chicago for the western
intercollegiate scholarship were
Bupplte of the Oak Parks said
that Ids players were prepared for
the fray and that he expected vie
"HACK" FAILS TO
IKE GOOD i
(By United Pres» Leased Wirel
CHICAGO, Dec ::i The failure
of George Hackeuschmidt to throw
Pardello twice In an hour, accord
lag to agreement, did his chant
plonship claims no good. In the
opinion of Chicago wrestling en
thusiasts today. Pardello has no\
er shown any class, and the fans
■a) that Prank Gotch, when at his
best, would have put him on tht
Dial as fast as be could get up.
The match, which was held here
last night, drew a Crowded bouse.
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tory. Coach Karl, not to be out
done, asserted that his team was
fully prepared to meet the on
slaughts of the middle westerners.
During the last three days the
Portland boys worked indefnl igably
With the view of learning various
ways of meeting the Chicagoans'
puzzling forward pass.
The game is scheduled to start
at 2:30 this afternoon. A heavy
advance sale of tickets Indicated
that a large crow,, would attend,
At the adjourned meeting of the
uewl) organized Spokane Howling
Turnanieul association, held laat
evening In the office of City Treas
urer J, Oscar Peterson, organise
tion was completed by the election
of W. IV Vincent, cashier of the
Old National bank as treasurer,
and W, c. Bell, of McCrea & Mer
ryweather as secretary, one mem
ber from each of the six howling
li ngui s belonging to the associa
tion will be named as members of
(he cx< ruth c committee.
Spokoma Hotel five took three
straight games from the Inln mi
Market bowlers in the Mercantile
league on the City alleys last night,
the score being 2110 to 1924.
More than 70 teams have already
entt red in the rag time bow ling
tourney at the Pfister alleys, and
(Hue great scores have been made.
13 ol the teams having scores
above 1100. Jenkins and Oster
tag siill lead with 1201.
The crack Wallace bowling
team, which recently won a special
match game from a picked team of
the City league. will meet the
same team again at the City alleys
tomorrow in a return match.
Sunday night the Great Ameri
can Laundry team will roll the
Wallace squad at the t'lister alleys.
SMOKER DATE CHANGED.
PrltS Holland, or Fred Creel, has
decided to change the date of his
proposed smoker to January 7. so
it will mil conflicl with the S. A.
A C bouts. Il will be held in the
THREE GAMES LAST NIGHT.
Clarke went down to defeat be
fore Murphy. Smith won from Me
(lory, and Murphy heat Torrelle. in
the S. A. A. C. billiard tourney
last evening Curkendall is no*
the nominal leader, with nine vic
tories and three defeats
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Los ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 31. —
If Hubert Latham, the aviator, at
tempts to go hunting In his aero
plane again without first procuring
a hunting license as required b>
law, he will be arrested, according
to notice served on him by Deputy
Game Warden Dunn.
Recently Latham chased several
bundled frightened ducks liver the
.marshes here and shot one of the
birds from his biplane. Durm says
the Frenchman can't repeat the
performance 1 without putting Up
$2">. the amount charged foreigners
for a California hunting license.
(By United Press Leased Wlre.l
MILWAUKEE, Wis, Dec. 31.—
Jack Johnson will leave shortly
lor a vacation in California, he
told his friends here today The
negro champion plans to jump on
the overland within a lew hours
after he completes bis theatrical
engagement here and w ill not stop
until he reaches San Francis,o. he
says. Johnspn plans to stay in
California two months "1 will not
consider a match with ppybody or
with theatrical managers until
after March,' said Johnson. "I
acid a thorough rest and I am
going to take it. Unlesi I feel
better in two months 1 will stay
GESEK FIRST MAN IN.
Chris Gosek has the distinction
jof being the first Spokane athlete
Ito file his entry for the coining
IP. N. A. meeting, to be held in this
| city some time in the last of Janu
I ary. Chris is one of the best grap-
I piers in the local amateur field,
and should win bis events.
INVITE ATHLETIC STARS.
Over 200 entry blanks have been
setn out. together with imitations
to the crack athletes of the north
west to enter the big P, \. A. meet
at Spokane in January.
ANDY IN BUSINESS.
Colonel Andy Mulligan, tho well
known sporting man. has formed 11
partnership with Peter Olsen, a
sporting man of North Yakima,
and will open a cigar store on
Cornell beat Yale at hockey in
the Chicago ice palace yesterday
by a 4 to 3 score.
You have triad the reat, now
try the beet.
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Big Doings In Sport World
During Last Twelve Months
By Tip Wright. ,
The year 1910 was a remarkable
one from the standpoint of the
lover of sport. Upsets were nu
merous and the "dope" was
proved to be worthless time and
In the fighting game,
Nelson -lost his crown to Ad WoV
gast and was knocked out for the
first time in his career by Owen
Moran, a featherweight.
BIG DOINGS IN SPORT WORLD
MAN JOHNSON'S SALARY IN
CREASED TO |26,000 A YEAR.
Jim Jeffries failed to "come
back" and the heavyweight title
for the first time in the history
of the Queensbury rules went to
a negro, the most perfect fighting
machine, by the way, the world
has ever seen.
j Stanley Ketchell, the hurricane
, middleweight champion, was mur
dered and the title falls upon the
shoulders of Bill Papke. I say
Papke, despite the claim of Sam
Langford, because Langford can
not fight at the middleweight
limit, a fact no one knows better
In till the featherweight brigade
Abe Attell remains supreme, and
he has added to the year's crop by
confessing that he has been forced
UHLAN BROKE TROTTING REC
to fight under wraps time and
again, because he was heavily in
debt to the promoters, as tho re
sult of his weakness for gambling
Johnny Coulon is the legitimate
bantam champion in the face of
the claims of numerous others who
find it impossible to fight at the
weight limit of the bantam class.
The welterweight brigade situation !
Is so jumbled that it is hard to say i
who is the real champion.
Among the wrestlers, Gotch de-1
fended his title against Zhy/.ko and
announced his retirement, passing
the title over to Henry Ordeman,
when tne big man from Minne
apolis beat "Kid" Cutler. Gotch,
however, will undoubtedly come
forth and meet Hackenschmidt,
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The Spokane Press, delivered,
25c a month.
this being part of the game the
public falls lor at the dictate of
the Chicago wrestling promotion
Harness horse history was made
when the sensational black geld
ing, Uhlan, trotted a mile to wagon
iin 2:01 without windshield and
later turned the trick in 1:58% to
The Athletics defeated the Cubs
for the world's baseball champion
ship, D. A. Fletcher flashed across
the horizon with a threat to or
ganize a third major league, and
Ran Johnson was re-elected Ameri
can league chief for 20 years at
$25,000 a year.
Barney Oldfield drove the fast
est mile on record when he sent
his machine over the Ormond-Day
tona beach in :27:33; he drove a
kilometer in : 17:04 and two miles
Perhaps the greatest athletic
achievement was Mcl Sheppard's
1000-yard run, when he set the rec
ord at 2 12 1-5, lowering tin 1 record
of Lon Myers, made years ago.
Ty Cobb, the brilliant Detroit
outfielder, led the land with the
bat alter a wonderful struggle
witli Napoleon l.ajoi. Cobb proved
himself just as wonderful as he
HAT NELSON'S TITLTF WENT
had proved to be for the past few
Frank Kramer, for years the
mile bike champion, defended his
claim to superiority against Jacky
Clarke, the Australian, but recent
ly, in Madison Square garden.
The most sensational athlete of
the year is Mid Sheppard, the
middle distance runner, who has
broken records galore. At the mile,
the figures hung out by \V. C.
Paull, the University of Pennsyl
vania runner, remain untouched,
and he is doubtless the greatest of
John Flanagan is still king of
the hammer throwers. Martin
Sheridan is head and shoulders
over the discus tossers, Ralph
Rose is the best man with the
shot and Harry Porter is supreme
as a high jumper in tiie water
C. W, Daniels, the human fish,
still longs for men able to make
il interesting for him.
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your food is well chewed your digestion will be good,
and when you digestion and stomach arc in good
shape you feel well all over.
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can't masticate your food, and all sorts of ills are
sure to result. The cost of keeping your teeth up will
not he much if yon have them looked over once in
a while hv a competent dentist.
And competent dentists are the kind you will find
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WE MAY SEE IWO
Spokane may gel to see its sec
ond college football game after riH
next season, even though the
Washington State college-O. A. C.
game will be played at Corvallis in
stead of in this city, where it was
scheduled. Arrangements are now
on foot for s new game between
the Uuniversity of Oregon and
Washington State college tor a
game to be played In Spokane at
some date late in the season, and
it is more than probable thai they
will be consummated.
Mi NABS TO PLAY MONTANA.
Harvey Milley, manager of the
fast McNab indoor baseball team,
has arranged a game with the
University of Montana team, to he
played In Montana some time dur
BIG NEW YEAR SHOOT.
Members of the Spokane Rod &
Gun club are planning a big New-
Year shoot, of eight events, to he
held on the Moran Prairie rang
Champion Running High Jumper.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Dec. 81.- -Hugo
Kelly's challenge to the winner of j
last night's bout between Frank
"RUSSIAN LION" HAS
NICE LARGE PEEVE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Dec. 81.—A large
peeve has been acquired by
George Hackenschmidt, "the Rus
sian lion," because Frank Gntch
announced he would wrestle him
for the world's championship and
then changed his mini.
"I can't understsnd Gotch's way
of doing business," said Hack.
"First he says he will wrestle;
then he say he can't. Now, what
does he mean?
"Farmer Burns issues a chal
lenge; i accept it and call Gotch's
bluff about a $20,000 side bet;
then Gotch announces that the
Stuff is off, Personaly, I am tired
of being folded with, and from now
on I conduct negotiations With
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Mantell and Jack (Twin) Sullivan
was accepted today by Mantell.
whom the sporting writers and
others think is entitled to the ver
dict. Kelly and Mantell probably
will be matched here within a few
Mantell made a good impression
on New York fight fans, beating
Sullivan decisively. The veteran
had his hands full at all times to
prevent his being knocked out.
The winner of the Kelly Mantell
contest will be considered the like
liest candidate to go against Hilly
Papke when the liter returns from
his Australian tour.
Gotch only when his terms are set
down In black and white. I am
willing to meet Gotch publicly or
privately for a 120,000 side bet,
and If the match is held in public
will let it go w inner take all "
The big Russian, who once ,i et
the retired champion here, f:<ils to
see the romantic side of the ques
tion at all. When it was pointed
out to him that a slip of a girl
was able to get a stranglehold on
the llumbolt farmer and keep it,
when the strongest man in the
world could not Hack failed to
see any humor in tiie situation.
His only comment was a sniff.
Gotch refused to re-enter the
arena because his promised wife.
Miss Ostrich, insists "that he will
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