In the World of Sports
BOXING FOOTBALL RACING HUNTING SWIMMING BASKETBALL
DE ARMOND HERE
IN FINE SHAPE
FOR HIS FIGHT
Everything Ready for the
American Legion Smoker
At A. B. Hall Tonight.
“Steady” DeArmond, pride of Fort
Seward, arrived in the city last
night and today expressed the ut- t
most confidence in his ability to win
his fight with Joe Collier tonight t
and thereby establish his right to i
meet Leo Higley in a championship
battle. DeArmond looks exceedingly
fit and says he is trained to the
minute. He tips the scales at ir>.r> j
Late this afternoon there is to be
a conference between boxers and
members of the committee of the
Legion to finally decide upon of
ficials. A special ferry leaving
Thane at, 8 o’claek this evening will
bring Thane and Douglas Island
fans to the show.
Matchmaker Jack Wilson, speak
ing of the card, said the Johanson
Clorettjn bout ought to be one of the j
best rff the whole evening. Tiiese
men are classed as lightweights and I
according ' tb reports from their1
training camps, they both are |
.whirlwinds. Mr. Wilson asks the
fans to keep their eyes on them
when they enter the ring.
Final announcements of the
weights of the men were made late
today as follows:
Collier, 160; DeArmond, 155.
Carlos. 122; Graham, 124.
Cloretto, 135; Johanson, 13S.
Brown. 162; Leuretta, 160.
Runqulst, 118; Jurich, 116.
Scateglini, 108; McCormick, 100.
Genbino Philadelphia STETSON
Hats, $6,50. Standard price any
where, in the country, $10.00 and
upwards. STETSON Derbys, in some
sizes, '$2.50. NELSON’S QUITT1NG
BtJSlNESS SALE. adv.
THIS TEAM HAS MADE A FINE BASKETBALL RECORD.
The basketball team of the Crescent Athletic Association, of Brooklyn, N. Y., is one of
the fastest and best teams in the country. The fast Syracuse team was one of their recent
victims, which made a record of twenty-nine straight games for the “Half Mooners.” Left to
right in the picture they are:—Edward Butler, manager; Felix Kicklaus, Barmelec, Simms,
Griffin and Captain John McTigue.
HAULING FREIGHT WITH A
CATERPILLAR TO LEBARGE
The White Pass <£ Yukon Route’s
caterpillar is hauling freight from
Whitehorse to Lower LeBm-ge. trtk
ing 30 tons each trip, according to
advices received on the Jefferson.
The trail to Lake LeBarge is re
ported in splendid condition, autos
being operated by various parties.
OTTAWA TAKES LEAD IN
VANVOUVKU. B. C„ March 29.—
Ottawa seized the lead in tHe world's
ice hockey championship series
here last niRht when the Eastern
champions defeated the VanCouvei'1
“Millionaires” 3 to 2.
The Ottawa team has now won,
two Rames to tin' Millionaires’ one 1
KETCHIKAN'. March 29. Fish
prices here yesterday were: Hali
but. 10c and 5c a pound. No price
on cable or red cod. Pickled her
ring offered at .flSO:) a barrel.
DON'T FOROKT Masquerade
Hall. Moore Hall, April 1. This is
no joke. Gel your Costume ready
SURVIVOR OF CUSTER
MASSACRE IN MONTANA
DIES AT SITKA. ALASKA
SITKA, March 2S.—George Gee. a
Chinese, a survivor of the Cost':
massacre and for sixty years a resi
dent of America, died here fast
week. His funeral services were in
charge of the Sitka Post of The
American Legion in reoogni ‘on of
his military services.
Gee was with Custer as an army'
! cook during the Indian uprisings in
the Northwest and was with the
Custer command at the time of the
massacres on the Little Ilig Horn,
in Montana. He had been decrial
I by Gen. Custer to look after the
baggage, so escaped the fate of hit
; comrades on that day.
i After leaving the army he was'
a- cook in the IT. S. Navy for twent ,
i years and it was in that, capacity,
i that he first came to Sitka mac
i years , ago. He has been sick fo-i
! some time and his end was not uu
E. Hanson, chaplain of The A liter i
i ican Legion Post here, had charge of
| the burial services for the Legion.
DRIVERS TO COMPETE
IN L A. AUTO RACES
l/OS ANGELES, Cal., March 2!)
I Seven nationally and internationally!
famous automobile race drivers will
'compete in tho National Champion-'
chip auto races on Los Angelos!
Speedway. April 10. They are Kalnh
DePalma. Tommy Milton, Eddie!
' Hearne. Hoseoe Sarles, .Ttnimy Mm
phy. Eddie Pullen and Joe Thomas.
PAY THEIR FINES
John Abrahamson and Charles An
derson, found guilty last Saturday
| in the lT. S. Commissioner’s Court
of assault, paid their fines of $1001
each to Judge H. B. LeFevre yes
terday. The charge, of alleged giv
ing intoxicating liquor to natives, j
was turned over to the grand jury.
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High tide. 4:44 a. m„ 13.5 feet
Low tide. 11:04 a. m„ 2.8 feet
High tide. G:08 p. m.. 11.2 feet
Low tide. 11:53 p. m., G.l feet
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SLIPPERS. Leather arid COM
KVS From $1.00 to 2.00. Can you
! afford (o do without them? NEL
SON'S Q l ’ ITTINC-13CS1NESS SALE
All kinds of sewing done l y day
or hour. Phone 200. Apt. 20. —adv.
We are ready to demon
strate and make deliveries
of this New Light-Six
THE new Studebaker Lrcirr-Srx
meets the long existing demand
for a comfortable, durable and
economical light-weight, six-cylin
der car. The public has always
wanted such a car—the Net Light
Six satisfies this desire.
Although this new eix-cylindcr
car weighs hut 2400 pounds, it is
so perfectly balanced that its road
ability is remarkable — there is no
side sway or creeping — it drives
straight as an arrow. You must
ride in it and drive it to appreciate
just how it sets new standards of
power, flexibility, comfort, ease of
handling, smoothness of operation
anti freedom from vibration.
The motor of the New LlCHT-SlX
is an exclusive Studcbaker design—
conceived by Studebaker engineers
and built complete in Studcbaker
factories. No ot her light, six-cylinder
motor yet produced is as free from
vibration or as flexible and powerful.
Yon can have the advantage of
this motor’s wonderful gasolirw
economy and the satisfaction of its
smoothness of operation o n\j by
owning a Studcbaker LtGHT-Srx.
Let us give you a demonstration
of the New Light-Six—hr better
still drive it yodrsdf.
MARSHALL & NEWMAN CO.
/ a. b South Bmd
Given Under the Auspices of
WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART LEGION, Chapter 439
Friday, April 1-9 o’Clock P. M.-Moose Hall
For Fancy and Staple
Phone 116—Prompt Delivery
Alaska Transfer Co.
General Hanling, Baggage '
Coal. Contract Hanling.
Main 8t. Phone 41
We are quitting business
in Juneau for good
We assume that everybody who visited our store on Friday
and Saturday realized that we were doing exactly as advertised
Selling goods at from 10 to 25 per cent
BELOW actual LA ID-IN COST
FOR CASH ONLY
NELSON’S SHOE STORE
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING AND SHOES
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