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AYERS HAS A NEW
WAY OF PITCHING
Seattle to Send
5 Bowling Teams
The third annua) >>. 'llnf oon
fraaa of tha Northw«*tem Interna
flonal flow 1 Inn aaaorlatlon will ha
field Id Spokane March 16 (o ST. '•>
Tha ftrat prl»a In tha fi*e-mm
•vent will b«' $600, while Ihn »uc
caaaful pair In tha double will ba
aaeurrd of $S6O Tha high Individ
ual winner will gpt 1150 and th*
flrat prta* for high awrage In all
event* will ba $100
t At a turning of tha Spokane as
portation hald laat wa«>k It waa dt>
elded to let the congna* run two
weeka Inalead of ona aa In prevloua
yeara. Tha tournamant etecuthe
la figuring on rloae to 100 five-men
PrlcM. 35c. 50c. 7!*. »1 00.
Taka Kenton far*
DO VOU KNOW
That SaatlU haa tha flnaat |
billiard parlor In tHa worldT
Coma In and aaa.
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r June 22, Edna Bomar
June 29, Miss Le Rand
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teetb. Examinations an now be
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Do* Ay ere, Waahington pitcher fend madioal etvden% ha* a ayatam
for pitching double-headere that la brand naw. Ayara hae oftan twirled
twa gamaa In ona afternoon. Whan ha doaa, Ayara pltohaa ana game
overhand and tha othar undarhand. Hla medical knowledge la tha r*a
eon far thie ayatam. "A man aaaralaaa ona eat of muaolea In pltahlng
untferhand. and an entirely different aat In throwing averhand," Ayara
fifty Imdii Will be guamnl'ad
from Hpokana alone and with a
Irt noo prlae Hat aleo guarantrrd
little difficulty la antlclpatrd In ae
cmritig a* many m«r« from other
rltl»» tn (ha .Vorthwaat Vancouver,
Seattle, Portland and Hutte art
each eipMted to arnil five ti-aiua
If Manager Raymond thought
, I'Urlter lion Antotilo Andrada was
1 the usual type of M**lcan athlete
lie figured badl), for Andrada aim
ply »t<H>d tho Glanta on their rran
! turna yesterday, and Tscoma won
iha game, 4 to 1.
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Was Close Shave
NEAT LONDON, Conn. June JO.
— Pour inches waa the extent of
the margin which aeparated the
Vale and Hanrard elghta when
they crossed the finishing line In
their annual race here yeaterday,
with Ykle In the lead.
Bout Moved Back
HAS FRANCISCO, Jnne 20 —
Cable Advices today say that the
20-round bout between Champion
Willie Ritchie and Freddie Welsh
In London has been put over from
Saturday night July 4, to the fol
lowing Tuesday night, July 7.
EVERY TIME ART PELKEY
FIGHTS ANYONE WK COME
NEARER THE IDEA THAT THE
WINNIPEG Jt'RY WAS RIGHT
WHEN IT EXONERATED HIM
IN THE DEATH OF LUTHER
UNFAIR COMPETITION FOILED IN THAT PRET ZEL WAR
Stolen Money Made Williams a Champ;
The Kid Talks to Star Correspondent
"I am going to gat marrlad
whan I am champion."—Kid
William* In 1911.
"A boxer who marrlaa la a
fool—l navar aaw a pratty wlfa
halp a bo«er half a* much aa a
good punch."—Kid Wllllama,
June 12. 1914.
In adopting a creed of
■Ingle biMttdn«», Inetead of
marital bllta, John Gutenko,
the naw bantamweight cham
pion, known to aportdom aa
"Kid Wllllama," haa ravaraad
hlm»*lf. Now that tha Cham
plonehlp laurala raat an hla dl
HENRY KRAIGER IS
BEATEN BY HA6EN
Hwnry Kralgsr, th* Portland wel-•
t»rw»lght. waa unahla to chwk
Horu«-o llagan'a winning atrpak.
and loat In four rounda to tha Hp
attln baktr at tha Rika' amokar
laat night. Ilagm woe tha <1»-
ctiloo by a wlda margin. Tho bout
waa alow and unlnt«r*ating. and
waa a dl*appolntrn»nt to tha ap«c- ,
Ch*t N>ff and Hilly Wrlgbt
bozod four fast round* to a draw.
Wright bad a ulleht l«ad, and a tot
of fan* thought lie waa entitled to
!>••«• TkkoU .
for womti only Mvil popti
onljr r«ll*bi« rmm*ilr
U.l C«ir*« th« mrt«t fthatlnat*
■pw.Jf <■•••« f n « to Id d«r« Prlo«,
b *>* or I hum fnr )g
1 Vonmy flurryl |f \h*y fall
J r»!l nr writ* Op#n »vanlnr»
y V* MTMOND KBI(BV>! CO
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LEARN TO PLAY
Anyone wishing to learn the game of Pocket Bil
liards will get a world of information by attending the
games played by experts every afternoon at 2:15 and
every evening at 7.30 at the White House Billiard Par
lors, in the Joshua Green Building, Fourth and Pike.
An academy with, seating capacity for 300 people
has been built to accommodate the puMic.
STAR—SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914. PAGE 7.
mlnutlve Danleh brow he hae
played tha "about face—
maroh," and receded from the
peeltlon he teak in 1911, that
he would join the Benedick
claaa when champion.
"Whan a man, eapeoially a
boxer, haa a mother and a good
home, he deeent need to get
married." claimed the midget
who took the head of the claaa
In tha 116-pound dlvlaien re
cently when he knocked out
Johnnie Couion in three
"My manager, tarn Harrla,
telle me that wemen oan break
• boxer, but they never can
meke him. I alwaye believe
what Marrla tall* ma. I alwaye
mind him and I mind my moth
er, becauee they know what la
baat for ma. Mayba whan I
gat too old to box and aoma
battar man puta ma out 111 aaV
tla down and gat married."
Vat thla now champion la
atrlotly a lover of homa.
Hama, ha aaya. la a plaea
whara a man can take off hla
coat and vaat and ralax.
"Training ta box la my pleaa
ura," aald th* bantamweight
oh amp. "That and carina for
my mothar la all tha fun I gat
•ut of Ufa."
Kid Wlillama uaaa tha ward
"box" on ovary opportunity.
Tho word aaama to connoot hla
Al Moaler showed a punch whan
he stowed Waller Kralger away In
two short round* Walter Oranger
and Car! Hag ay boxed a draw.
Hilly Williams appeared In exhibi
tion with Earl Oardnar,
Battlers Put Up
LONDON, June 20. —Five thou
sand dollsra each waa deposited by
Ounhoat Smith and Oeorges Car
pentler here yesterday, guarantee
ing their appearance In the ring
A Dip Into tha Paat
June SO, IMA; John Ptewart trot
ted 10 miles In 28:02ty to wagon;
WE REJOICE TO SEE THAT
Zbyacko, Amerlrus, et al, are
throwing aach other up around Sas
katoon; aad are hoping they toas
each other aa far aa Doc Cook saya
profeeelon In hie mind with
higher ideate, he aaya.
Born the aon of a Danleh
carpenter, Kid Wllllama etart
ed a newtpapar career.
"I aold paper* in Baltimore,"
he eeld with a grin.
"That'e the way I met Har
rla.. I eeld him a paper and he
gave ma half a dollar to gat
changed. I ran away with tha
"The next time Harrla aaw
ma ha took ma up to hla ath
latlo club to box. He wented
to eee me get licked for eteal-
Ing hla half dollar. But I didn't
Won. Laat Pet.
Vancouver .... 44 21 .677
Seattle 42 24 .«36
Spokane 3* 26 .600
Portland 24 39 .382
Tacoma 25 43 .3M
Victoria 21 42 431
• • •
What'a the matter with Seattle?
Aak the fana In angry chatter;
But wa think they really ahould
Aaklng what la not tha matter?
• • •
Tacoma *. Hostile 1.
Victoria 17. Vancouver 0.
Spokane 6. Portland 0.
COUNCIL TIES UP
It was learned from the Seattle
park board today that hope has
been given up for opening the new
municipal golf links on lleacon hill
this summer. The links could be
gotten In shape for use in less than
a week, but a hitch In the city conn
ell over an additional appropriation
for the new laolatlon hospital at
Ktrlanda, replacing the present
structure on the links, la causing
While the appropriation la a mat
ter of only a couple of thousand
dollars, and the sum must be grant
ed eventually. It la doubtful If the
free links will be thrown open to
public uxo until some time In Jan
uary. It had been planned to have
the course ready by June 15.
Work on the clubhouse for use of
the players Is practically completed.
Pop Qaara la tha recipient of tha graataat honor that oan ba beetow
ad upon a drlvar In tha grand circuit. Pep, aa tha oldeat drlvar, la glvan
No. 1 and hla oholco of colore In every race. Pop alwaya chooaea black
for hla Jacket end cap. To tha outelder the honor may not mean much,
but there len't a driver In the light harneaa game that doeen't long for
the distinction aoma day whan Caere retiree from the game.
get licked. And Harrla kept
me and trained me, and he
made ma champion.
"I got to making money and
I bought my mother a home. It
la a good ona, U>o. And I
bought real aetata In Balti
more. My mother take* cara
of that for ma. And I am going
to educate my brothara and
"I didn't gat any education,
but I am going to atudy now.
I have nine brothere and ale
tara and I am tha oidaat ona of
"Harrla aaya that a man who
epende hla money and doaan't
do anything la a waatrel. I
don't want him to oall ma
Although ■ champion. Kid
William* I* going to r«maln a
boxer. H* *ay* h* won't b« a
"I don't like to see th*a*
boxer* go on th* atage," h*
"I want to box Instead of be
ing an actor. If anyone can
make my weight I'll box him,
and the more I box the better
I Ilk* It."
A HYPNOTIST PERSUADED A
Oary, Ind., boy that h« was a six
day bicycle rider. There oucht to
be some severe penalty for that; It
I* cruel and unusual.
although the buildings must He Idle
The delay Is a bitter disappoint
ment to the park board, which rush
ed work through so as to Insure
playing this summer.
A Glimpse Ahead
Eroddle Welsh vs Willie Itltchie,
London, England; July 4 Light
HAT LJSVINSKY OUGHT TO
offer « belt to the winner of the
Oreek-Turk war. They appear to
love ftKlitiriK as much a* lie does.
Mont. Malcon announces that he
It going to fly across the Atlantic
ocean. Several others malcon ui
Into thinking they will before any
Big David Gregg,
May Quit Game
Dave Ortgg, brother of Vean
Gregg, whom Spokane got from the
Toledo club, In the American aaao
elation, hae been aeelgned to the Ed
monton club, In the Weetern Canada
league. Dave doean't want to go
and hae told Boee Mike Lynch that
he'll go beck to hla old Job aa a piaa
terer In Clarfceton rather than aaeo
clata with the Twlllghtere. Spokane
meana only to farm huaky David
out, bringing him back at the end
of the W. C. eeaeon. But Qregg
doean't like the Idea.
e • •
The ehowlng that big Branegan
mad« for ftpokane laat «mk In Sc
uttle muat have put Walter McCre
die viae to hlmaelf, for be la giving
the yourig«tcr a chance now. Ilran
ejjaii caught a full game for I'ort'
land tbla week and sot away in fin*
ahape. He la one of the biggest
catcher* who haa ever wrapped a
lunch-hook In a backntop . mattreaa
In thla league. and Manager Mike
Lynch waa really anxloua to keep
him the reat of the aeaaon.
e e •
Bert Whaling la getting to be •
regular fence buater in Boaton. Yea
DICK HYLAND GETS
DRAW WITH SALLY
BAN FRANCISCO, June 20.—Bal
ly (Salvador retain* hla crown aa
king of the local four-roundera. but
h« had a narrow em-ape in laat
ulghta encounter with "Fighting
Dick" Hyland, an old-timer who hn*
not appeared here for more than
three yeara, and who waa not fig
ured to have much at a chance
agalnat the epeedy boxer, who top
pled Willie Hoppe from the ahort
bout throne a week ago. Referee
Harry Foley called It a draw.
After taking a volley of long
range punchea In the ftrat round,
Hyland auddenly floored Salvador
with a left to the Jaw. For the reat
Indians for 1914
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WORDS BY SCHAEFER—MUSIC BY MACDONALD
GEERS IS RECIPIENT
OF GREAT HONOR?
HE GETS TO NAME
PLACE AND COLOR
terday the ex-Olant flattened out
three of (Sriwr'a throwa agalnat the
fence and helped Itoaton heat tit.
I/Oulh, 7 to !>. One of Hert'a aiapa
waa a double- bea Mann, another
native aon, puahed liert hard for
the honor* of the day, poking out a
couple that could not be reached.
• e •
George Duddy emerged from th*
bench veaterday afternoon In tbe
role of a pinch hitter. (Jeorge, bow
ever, waa abaoiuteiy pinchleaa, and
Tacoma'a Mexican burler found him
ai eaay to catch aa a Mexican flea
with a broken leg. Later Manager
Raymond Inserted young Mr. Chaa.
Into the fray to drive In
Nome runa, and Charley cam*
through like a regular Ham Hyatt,
poking the ball on the anoot for •
• • e
'B'bout time Hughle Jenninga wh
putt ins Ty Cobb on the bench for
lireaklng bate. Young Henry Hoeh
llng li'-a'.'d for Washington agalnat
Detroit yesterday, and hi* offering!
were pickled to th« extent of three
xafe rap* by Tyrua alone. Cobb got
a hit every time he marched to th#
of the bout Salvador waa extremely
careful, and clinched when danger
On point a Salvador had a alight
ahade, and Foley'a declalon waa w«M
Conny Is Stingy
POI'GHKEEPSIE, N. Y.. June 10.
Oeaplte the amooth water, the first
within a week. Coach Hiram Conl
bear, of the Univeralty of Wash
ington. put the eight through only
one workout yeaterday.