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NEWS OF THE SPORT WORLD!
P! THIS ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE POUND WOMAN HAS BOXED TWO CHAMPIONS BY PAUL PI* RM AN "Trtwre « - reason is * A# men * K *-> •..'■«n« *ee physical •-.rire 7 - w« r ■ :h SGORES OF YESTEBDirS BIG F 03 TSÄLL- BUTTLES abb won isms fWLI' £ ' -r A WILD GUESS Wv r-v ir- 'a Ts— «t ist* . — r* —e « • «err "* -«• ar t t j* a Th-c- , - - .. - i toÆ? ♦itwaes V-hai. suoMrag 7YRROW formtet COLLAR 2"— '¥*&¥rÿ' i . 3fc y *» B - 0 \ "BULLET JOE" BUSH IS A TRAPSHOOTER OF MERIT Aids 17 G 41717 r Co7trol *r- v< at the -rag» «t«t » - ppnrtUBity - x»- >»_ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS __- ' - ... THAT'S WHAT Wt CAIJ. TOUGH LUCK. HO* UWÎ2V JU5.SS „ I >vc- Bt cart ecs. «' . Oamcj%& C'jkÇî - «:t£3 ^ L_Youg c_c--.es s c£ -v'tvi. P ClEX*. Tqq^ -^ J»- ' j itu 5'4u-r ^r,-..-_! V /—Ns ( MX. T 'S I ^ * . © IA ni l • i} - Is.., J v' '>Tlh UOS It IK ONE MODE FilllU tirai i-te'company Game is Set for Sunday. Dec. 9. in Butte. HTTSS TO PLAY SUNDAY MUCK BOSHESTO BAN'S OFFENSE Athietics' Bo$; : c ares That Those Blister no Johnson Make Him T-ed. : t -ted out tha ANOTHER SMOKE 0 TONIGHT AT CONNOLLY GYMNASIUM the - ' 1 '" r .h * r * *"■ Ihf *'«- ** * • are held MATHEWS IS GUEST AT THANKSGIVING DINNER r'=K :• • -bie * ; partake of :■» r at the h*>tr.e f Mr Bsridts Mathew* .-eh ter Mr M:Nu.r LEARNED IN AUSTRALIA ^lt * . - -rajr.ne the f-sr. - ^'—ia player -ard aft - rard turf in d r CHANGED THEIR TUNE - u _*e-r- . ITatt and " r *" r ^ • r . ont ser.t away 1er MB DEFECT SOLDIERS211 TOO Artillery Nine Fails to Hold Under Smashing Assaults of Locals. the Waatungto y es ten! ay aften of hau le had cl« ■ r N ys were swept • 7 theft ■ - - - A -Stars They figured they • tire it their opponents the second soldi» rvct the All-Stars did ~ .v $ f cracking, but it was not • th« -ast r«-w minutes of play—too --»> for the soldiers to score. - -- Sot the jump in the first few -os • pi.. when. "Duke" Schroeder I ie a dem n carried the^bail k.ca at g«.vul failed. A row minutes later Bourquin went over s' •- : T rs in the s -idlers' - s-, a goal malting the UJ-Stars T: r s» cidiers : on a decided brace in - - half Him* the All-Stars to .:e s' -Ô. This came when Donnelly, stand.' g - the >■ 1 i.ers two-foot line. .. . -yari f rw.ini pass and dropped -•er fr a touc i w Wilson kicked a : goal making the score Î0 to 0. t The AJ -Stans made most of their galas through .he so iers line which, under h-.a'. tssaults f the Butte boys r:> re* be:: g made to arrange a ■ -U • ■ : .1 Anaconda and the local soidiers teuru off MONTANA DEFEATED Missoula. Nov —By scoring a to : middle A the first qua -t c r sweep, rig the Montana F.ruini ilty of Idaho .After Bents 1 team from a from the W ■ : -e. the visitors crossed the goal agu.-.. but the firs: t uchdown would c .ve sufficed The final score was 14 .-» so PENN' ALL THE WAY Philadelphia. ? N'ov SO —There was no on Franklin Weld yea :e.-da. P rr.sylv»r.:i *♦*«« -x h-r -H foK wers expe>-t«! c-tury -vf foot ha. s* . sines Pennayrvani .-st f ir. and oc.f w tied. BY TWIST OF TOE ... .. • in« l • .. - teins, 1« to i Ciixi r. sh»w. s« the same for both :« _______ - touchdown, but Nebraska failed to* kick dit per.o*l j.nd lost on that PITTSBURG S RECORD ' ■* . " r -• Tlui ksgtrfng emjTir be ■ ■ - • * «i'tured :ts -h rd consecutive ' r- ir -Sou- a defeat .n the gridiron FIRST IN 10 YEARS N v t. — F r th« ft«, t:m , in »'«.IST» -ou- .l«f«»--: th« r ' ** J? ■: yeaterday s ,'*• ' 1 * • - 14 to 0 and --smp*.- *.g lips : a-. • g t-e-rr tirdefeate-i ^ v "'-rda - î-»feat f the ur. - ' I HORSE ONCE WORTH S35.000 SOLD FOR SI 25 El m -y~S*-a TSed * - er.- Glory H rtes with fancy ~-re »--mgs There - h* that won the - ai S*.' - Nt the age f 14 * - ^.-ear-.n* and H Î Haring f.> r «'2 hla useful '• -Tf iivi of iate * -r. the shafts wf a t.^e the Baron er Gw error Horace - e a » e I r«o -i ' ,r the disi^-,.re .«r . - i - j • a a I tew JL \ ^Toasted tobacco^; real Burley/ cigarette-/ 0/7 Guaranteed by CHAS STlAAdl^rl&iX* < ' ■ : ovE-rniRn ox vorn, EIUjS BY COSSLLTLVi l DR DAVll THESE PRICES TELL I WHOLE ST0RÏ ; :'J Gold Crown», n Crowns . k, a tooth..... j ,> iver Fillings ... ' Fillings .....fl.i Sot of Tilth .......JIM ' Pente' Bork Guatamn.'a mmSIy (ottcnXfaiiJ qv A 1 1 end ant 35-36 Owsley PARR AND »AI* POKT4 mr There were many upsets on the gr d .ror. yester*day but the big*>*jst surprise f hem all was the way the Butte Ai - >lar * came back and walloped the s* . <i;ers According to form, condition and trad.uon ifor no one e\er before saw ar. ail star-aggregation that amounted : * t whoop» the so'.d:er> sh-»aid have won and rao^t of us would have been w iling to have bet our Thanksgiving dinner on • -hat dope. — About the only department ' the game , *"h:ch the soidiers were not sm*.»thered f w*s in ç&meress In that respect the' were not excelled Knowing themselves > oe outweighe-l out-pL&\ed and out g^rera'ed the ads r khaki f. .ght on 5 l ^ e fir -*h with xr. even greater deter- ; mmation than they did at the start. j >..-.ce their defeat of the Englewood team the s •> ers had gained consider aL> coaflden e and the*-' expecte»i an ctrer victory eeterday However the u t#Mn ihey rr.et was a far different .vggr*- A4'*:r. It was oompoc-ed. like the- own -ev-r f exper-.er.ced men. and despite *.. e fact that It has been many a day e some A thesi had put aside the 113 «skins, thev clear.' demor strated that Father Time had dealt kindly with them and that they are not -et to*> old to put -I » • -rking r -d baiti- T the AIÏ gas«iy go the h o n or s of the county .t 'he gridiron for this season. It was - 5<wd game to watch and everyone went home happ except, it may u*. some th«- khaki lad* who were a bit too certain -A the >>utcome and had ba ked their confidence with a wad of ha ni coin. - j B ;»h K : r. •- * - .^r. a bicycle covered 1- 1 m T'^xT Loj* Angeles yesterday in Si i __- ' - ... .i I be -.c : - r -t^rt f- ' r • V nK'ier , S-. -:rai f * the \V ma>r; t^.j'-.v. ; pot-e-i j game ■ : the of. *fce use u -e >, y • BIG NINE SEASON RECORD IN f# Northw-e Wiocors* Oiicago j Ilitnot* 1 Indiana i Iowa