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In the World of Sports
BOXING FOOTBALL RACING HUNTING SWIMMING BASKETBALL HIGLEY-CCLUER BE HEADLINERS AT ELKS SMOKER Men Will Meet Next Saturday Evening with Card of Five Other Events. Leo Higley and Joe Collier, heavy weight boxers, will furnish the fea ture event of a six-bout card to be given by the Elks at their hall on next Saturday night. May 7, accord ing to members of the entertainment committee who are promoting the event. Announcement has not yet been made as to who will make up the rest of the five events, but the com mittee. consisting of Jack Wilson, Cash Cole and Dave Ilousel, are working to secure the rest of the material and will majie the final an nouncement within a few days. Collier and Higley have met once before when Higley gained a techni cal knockout after four rounds of fieree fighting in which honors were even until the last round. This meeting was at the last smoker to he given by the Elks. Collier wiped out the stigma of this defeat at the American Legion smoker of several weeks ago when, pittr d against De Arrnond, lie won his fight with a punch in the first round. Many people have wished to see another meeting between the two rivals and for this purpose the bout has been arranged and a good card is to be arranged as a suitable set-i ting for the main event. HOFMAN BACK IN BALL AFTER 9 YEAR LAYOFF CHICAGO. April 30.—Artie (“Cir-j cus Solly") Hofman. Chicago Cubsj center fielder from 1900 to 1912. has returned to baseball after nine years in the commercial world as coach oi a high school team here. In 190S it was Hofman’s throw from center to Johnny Evers at sec ond that forced Merkle of the New York Giants, causing the game to end in a tie. The Cubs defeated the: Giants in the play-off, winning the ( pennant. WILL HE BE ITER HIS HOME RUN RECORD? “15abe” Until, the greatest home run hitter il baseball, says that he is going to better his previous record of fifty, four home runs this season. Until started off conspicuously the first time that he appeared in New York city when he lifted the ball lor a circuit drive in the first inning. NOTRE DAME HURDLER BREAKS WORLD RECORD PHILADELPHIA, April 30. - A. Desch of Notre _I)ame University, run nins in the University ol' Pennsyl vania relay carnival yesterday, broke the world's record for the quarter mile hurdles with a mark of 53 4-j second.■. The previous record wa 54 1-5. WILL BE UP-TO-DATE. Wright it- Nelson's new jewelry and curio store, that will open up in the storeroom now occupied bj Nelson's Shoe Store shortly after May 1. will he up-to-date in every respect. Stock now being purchased by Mr. Wright. Watch for opening announcement. -adv. CUB FIELDER MUST PAY OWN TRAINING EXPENSE CHICAGO. April lie.- David Rob ertson. outfielder with the Chicago Nationals, suspended because lie re fused to go on Hie spring training triii. must go on a personally con ducted training trip at liis own ex pense before lii, suspension " ill be lifted. Tills ".is the ultimatum President Veeck. of the Cutis deliv ered to Robertson after the player came from bis home in Norfolk, Va.. to ascertain bis status. Veeck told Robertson be could train for two weeks hero without salary, after which his suspension would be raised. Robertson said he would advise Mr. Veeck as to bis intentions. We IV ust Get Out Only a Few Days f .eft PRICES ARE BEING SLASHED RIGHT AND LEFT. EVERYTHING MUST GO. FOR EXAMPLE: All Society Brand Suits, were $65 to $80, NOW $35. All Rain Coats, were $22 to $30, NOW $10. All Florsheim Shoes, were $15 to SI6.50, NOW $8.50 All Bali Band Hip Rubber Boots, were S10 and $1! NOW $5.50 All Cooper’s Union Suit Underwear, was $4.50 to $6.50 NOW $2. Nelson’s Shoe Store Quitting Business Sale SEATTLE OUSTED FROM 4TH PLACE BY LOSANGELES Rainiers Drop Game to Bees While Angels Handing San Francisco 5-3 Defeat. SEATTLE. Wash.. April 30.—Un able to register hits when most needed, Seattle lost ye terday’s Pa cific Coast League game here to Salt Lake 6 to 3. Demaree, Rainier t wirier, and Schwartz, who succeeded him in the box, were touched up tor a total of ten hits while Rieger, the op posing pitcher, allowed only seven scattering bingles. Each team made one error. Opposing catchers were Spencer, for Seattle, and Lynn, Salt Lake. While Seattle was losing here Los Angeles handed San Francisco a !> to 3 licking at Los Angeles, thereby ousting Seattle from fourth place in the first division. Results of yesterday's games in the Coast League and both major leagues with standing of clubs fol low : YESTERDAY’S GAMES National League. At St. Louis — Cincinnati 7, St. lauiis 3. At Pittsburgh — Chicago 0, Pitts burgh 3. American League. At Chicago—Cleveland ", Chicago 1 At Detroit—St. Louis 3. Detroit 5. At Philadelphia — Washington 3. Philadelphia 3 (called in tenth account of darkness). Pacific Coast League. At Portland—Sacramento fi, Port land 7. At Oakland—Vernon 4. Oakland 1". At Los Angeles—San Francisco 3, Los Angelos 5. At Seattle Salt Lake 6. Seattle 3 STANDING OF CLUBS. National League Won Lost Pet. Pittsburgh .11 3 .788 Brooklyn . 9 5 .6 43 Chicago . 5 0 .50" New York 6 6 .500 Cincinnati . 7 8'* .467 Boston 6 8 .429 Philadelphia 5 7 .417 St. Louis ... 1 8 .111 American League. Won Lost Pet. Cleveland .10 5 .66'. Washington . 9 5 .043 New York 0 0 .500 Chicago . 5 G .4 55 St. Louis 5 7 .417 Detroit . 5 7 .417 Boston 4 6 .400 Philadelphia . 4 7 .364 Pacific Coast League. Won Lost Pet. Sar. Francisco 17 7 .708 Sacramento 16 8 .667 Oakland 12 0 .571 Ixjs Angeles 12 11 .522 Seattle . II 11 .500 Vernon 10 14 .417 Salt Lake 6 12 .333 Portland 6 15 .286 We have had 35 years experience in building tar roofs and repairing. See E. Ellingen or Phone 136. adv Furniture moven and stored fleavy hauling done. Juneau Trans fer. —ads "summons ~ In the District Court for the Dis trict of Alaska, Division No. 1. Ml. jnfiO-A BSTHKK DANK. Plaintiff, vs. ISADORE DANK. Defendant. TO ISADORE DANK, DEFENDANT. GREETING IN THE NAME OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, You are hereby, commanded to be and appear in the above-entitled Court, holdcn at Juneau, in said Division of said District and answer the complaint filed aRainst you in the above-en litied action, within thirty days from the date of the service of this summons, and, it >u fail so to ap pear anti answer for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein, to wit: an absolute divorce. The order for the publicatioi of this summons was issued on the 9th day of April, 1921, and it v us therein provided that it be published once a week for six succossi' weeks and there upon you are > -t"■ <‘d with this sum mons. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereto set my hand and affixed the seal of the aiiov.- Court, at Juneau, Alaska, tiiis Xtli lay of April, A D 1921. (Seal of the J. W. BEIX, District Court) Clerk, By h. E SPRAY, Deputy. if. B. Le Few- Attorney for Plain tiff, Juneau Alaska. First publication. April 16. 1921 Last publication May 21, 1921. i DOUGLAS HIGH WANTS TO MEET JUNEAU SCHOOL Out with Challenge for Dual Track Meet at Douglas Saturday, May 21. Through Supt. Gordon C. Mitchell, athletic instructor of the Douglas high school, that rfchool today for mally challenged the Juneau high school to a dual outdoor field meet to be held at the Douglas Field on Saturday. May 12. the meet to bo governed by A. A. A. rules and regu lations. “The Juneau high school with an enrollment more than double that of ours, should be able to put a team in the field that would be a credit to the school,” Supt. Mitchell said to day. “and our school is very de sirous of meeting them in outdoor events, not only for the excellent experience it would give the boys but to wind up the school year with a feature that would be enjoyed by everyone.” The matter of an outdoor meet has been agitated for several weeks, o ever since the conclusion of the in (ioor meet at Douglas that drew such a crowd and was such a success Several men on the fhannel have interested themselves in the mat ter and are willing to take the fi j nancial esponsibility of arranging | the details. It. is desired if possible | that the meet shall be a dual on°j between the two schools but if it is not possible to arrange it there will he one with free lance entries. FIREMEN WILL STAGE DANCE FOR BASEBALL FUND NEXT THURSDAY Juneau is going to have baseball this year. The Juneau Fire Depatmcnt has decided to take the national pastime under its wing again this season and in Oder to raise the money for the necessary expenses will give a monster benefit dance at Elks hall next Thursday evening. Tickets at one dollar apiece will be on sale Monday, and every baseball booster in town will be asked to buy a ticket1 whether he goes to the dance or not. It's going to be a regular dance, says Louis Schulman, who is starting the ball arolling. with Woofter's or chestra “ ’n' everything,” and he wants everybody in town to be there and have a good time, but he wants it emphatically understood that in ability to tie present at the dance will not prevent a man buying a; ti< et for the good of the game. Baseball is not the most inex j pensive game in the world these days, with the liorsehides costing j two dollars each, and everything elsei in proportion, so the firemen need! some help in financing. They hope to be able to raise enough money to defray the cost of new baseball uniforms, which are badly needed Local fans will welcome the sight of a team representing Juneau where all the players wear uniforms that are uniform. ANOTHER ONE OF THE POPULAR PRIZE WALTZES AT JITNEY DANCE SATURDAY Two beautiful prizes have been selected for the winners and are on exhibition at I. J. Sharick’s Jewelry Store window. It will not be necos-' nary for contestants to enter their names in this contest. If you are a good dancer get in on this as the prizes are well worth competing for Winners will also be entitled to en ter in the Grand Prize Waltz, for prize winners only, to be held at a later date. —adv. 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