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MUTT AND JEFF—Oh, Yes, Actions Speak Louder Than Words; Yes, Indeed.
JACK ALLEN DUE TO ARRIVE HERE TONIGHT FOR 60 JACK ALLEN, the slugging Portland lightweight who is called the demon" in the city of roses, is ex pected in town tonight to be on hand for hi* tnelee with Nick Sugar tomorrow night at Dreamland. While this go is a preliminary e\ent. it is attracting con siderable attention as Allen is fairly well known in local pugilistic circles, altho this will be his first appearance in a Seattle ring. The card looks very good on paper. It might well be termed »n all-star bill. The bout between Danny Edwards, the colored flyweight from California, and Jimmy Lewis, the little Tacoma gladiator, promises well. COWARD* WON PROM FAST PORTLANDER Dust Edwards, the little dlnge. to tk* lad that basted Abe Gordon, tkt clever little Portland 10S yomdfr. Prevtou* to hla meetin* wtth Edward*. Gordon wa* beln toutad aa one of the bast bora af Ms weight In the country. Hannr to SStt to nova with the rapidity af imMl lightning, sad have a atttt kick as wall. IANNY O'BRIEN IS GOING IICCLV IN CALIFORNIA funny thing about Danny OHhlaa. Every once In • while the lightweight, who la very popular la Seattle aad the Northwest. will take a apart and clean up every thing la sight until ha haa reached a place at the top of the heap In whatever locality he happen* to be la. Tbea wfll come tha landslide, aad Danny will run Into a loalnic streak that will sat him down where ha started. Reporta from FVioeo and An gsloo are to the effect that Danny to stepping alone In floe style at tho present time, and la mucb In demand by promoters In tho two cities. CHCT NCrr NOT ON rARM, BUT IN LOS ANOCLKB "Can that fans staff about Chet Neff; he's In Loo Angeles right now. getting ready for a fight.'' The above la what genial Dan Bait had to say after gllmpaing the report In these columns yesterday that Chet waa not la Los Angeles. Jot hibernating on bis I'ncle Josnua'a farm. Bes * * nTown! l I We'll let you judge the values —come in and I give these Singerman $15 Clothes a good, thor- I ough inspection. You'll find they are just what I we claim for them —the best values in town for B the money. I Tomorrow-Underwear Special I I $1.50 Union Suits, spring needle ribbed, d» 1 JJ* I trouser seat, specially priced tomorrow at 1 o 1 U H Third and Pike 1 BY EDWARD HILL PINK MAN HAS OFFER TO BOX IN LOS ANGELES Kddte Plnktnan la displaying a letter from the matchmaker of Jack Doyla'a rlub la Loa Ame lea ankloit him terms for snotbsr melee to the California villas*. The * rttcr call* Eddie the moil popular four-round boier that ever • tepped In a Loo Angeles ring. fill DOB IE WEEDS REGULARS OUT OE EIRST SQUAD NOW From preeent tndlcatlens, tha University af Washington will peasant a lineup foe tha com ing Intercollegiate gamaa that dlffsrs from any that haa avar been uaed by Coach Dob la. Tha regulars have not been taking any Intarsat In their werk, and Oahla haa bean put ting them an acruba aa faat aa posslbls. Louis Stagravss, three years All-Northwest guard, and ths captain for ths ISt® eleven, Is one of tho regulars who lo holding down a second-team berth. Smith, the lanky end, who received his first taste of Intercollegiate football In tho O. A. C. game, two yeara ago, la playing end on tho sec ond team. Tho men who will play tho different positions on the. var sity eleven will bo tho onoo who shew the moot pep, and net the ones who have the weloht Question In their favor. WALKER SLIDES INTO THIRD ON FIRST HIT OF THE GAME; FENCE KEEPS DRIVE FROM BEING A HOMER! This picture, taken at the flrot game of the world serlee between the Boiton Americans and Brook lyn Nationals, ihowt "Tilly" Walker of Boston sliding Into third bat* on hit three-bagger In the first Inning. It was the first hit of the gam*. The ball etruek th« fonco and thua waa prevented from be- Ing a homer. Walker was left on third. Mewrsy la playing third; Connolly I* the umpire. Later Walkar got hla second hit, a single, eending Hooper homo In tho fifth Inning. Walker got on base on an error In the slath Inning and scored a run. He la the player filling tho ehoee of the great Tris Speaker, sold to Cleveland by Boston at the etart of the season. Many Comment on Grid Mix Set for Saturday The game scheduled for Satur day between tho Broadway High football team and Uio University Kri>shmen Is the talk of the uni versity campus Tho odds s«eru to bo In favor of tho prop team, but Hap Millar - * proteges are playing In first-Haas form and are going to cause the fine Street team no end STAK—THURSDAY. OCT. 12, 1916. PAGE <> of trouble. On tho Freshmen squad are a number of players who have atarred on tho different school teams thruout tho country. Coach Miller haa not yet picked his definite lineup, but tho follow ing are sure to start the game: llutler, at rlght-h/Uf, Is the brst backfleld man tbo Freshmen have. Before entering the university, he played on tho M*r)*vllle Collog team of Tennessee, whero he waa picked as the Individual star of the season The other half Is being held down by ()«<rald Todd, a for mer Rtadium high player of Ta coma. Who haa been picked aa all city half lor the paat two yeara. Coach Mllier haa developed (Jus I'ope, the big Queen Anne tacklo of 1916. into a punter of tho first magnitude. MATCHMAKER ADAMS IS LINING UP A CARD Oeorge Adams, matchmaker for the Klka' club, la buay lining up a card for the coming show to he held by that Institution In tho near future. "Muff" llronson, the sen sational Portland achool boy. will head the bill If ho wlna or draws with Ad Wolgasl in their bout, soon to be staged In the Koae City. Masquerade AT DREAMLAND Tonight $100 in Cash Prizes Admission 25c Includes S Dance Tickets EVERYONE WELCOME Ladies Free. Red Sox H wrier $ Are Cranky About Their Backstop* They're a superstitious lot. th.s. Med Box pitchers I Ing certain catchers work with them whenever they're assign ed to the slsb. Kven Manager nil) Carrlgan ha* been atung by the superstition bug. The mauler of the world's champion* would rather concede defeat than aend any backstop oth er than Forreat Oady Into the line up th. dny he plcka Krnle Shore to pitch. Hhore, by the way. Is a difficult hurli>r to catch, becaune of the freakish dip of hi* f*«t ball. The gaunt Southerner positively de munria that C'ady oatrh him. Oiher catchers have handled the airing bean of the Ronton ataff, but Shore nrwer seem* a* ateady aa when Oady la hla receiver. By th. aama token, Dutch Leonard alwaya Inalata that Manager Carrlgan work bs hlnd th. plats th. day ha pitches. Bill's throwing arm Is nothing to brag about, but hs's long on ths stssdylng "bull" which hs alwaya brings Into uss th. Instant Leonard exhibits symptoms of wavsrlng, and thla la ths reason th. southpaw wanta hla boas on th. Job. t'arrlgan 1* on* of the smartest maskmrn In the business, and I>eonard figures that liin handling of every situation that nrionn off sets any hamllt-ap (lint his glass arm may give the roomy. Chester Thomas always draw* the "grabbing" task when Maya or Ruth la doing the curving. Maya, with hln peculiar "aubway" delivery, la n hard guy to catch, and no one else seems to do the Job ax well an Thoinaa. HE CONFESSES TO ~ SAVE INNOCENT GIRL RAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 12.—A frank atutement that he was con victed of wrecking a Texaa bank, and eacnppd from the lluntvllle prlaon to take up the passing of bad checks waa nrude today by Allen M. Dale, arrcxtoil Just an he •nd a companion, Minn Sltine Jer atedt, of Helllngham, Wash., were about to go to I«os Angelea. H« made the atatement, he aald, to clear the girl, who knew nothing of hla record. Dale declare* hla real name la Dean M. Debits*. Me wna In Mon tuna. Washington and Oregon be fore coming here to operate. Thli; prisoner aaya the bad check cnus ing bis arreat was passed to buy Mlaa Juratedt a new dress. Diapatchsa from St. Louis Indi cate that those funs who bet oil the Browns to win the pennant have organized a Yetdaralt club. (Coprrl.M. ltl«. M. O. rtrttl. tni> Mark km u a r«t. om«*( Seattle Golfer Makes Hole in 1 on City Course The flr*t hoi* In one haa been mad* on the llnka at J*f foraon park. Olann Hupp, playing Charlea •all racantly, did th* trick at th* third hot*. Ha drove off with an Iron and waa aa aur prlaad aa hla partnar whan tha litti* whit* pallet dlaappeared Into tha cup. to proud of tha fact waa Hupp that ha told avary friend ha mat •n tha course of th* feat. Hla Joy waa ahort lived, howaver, for ha fooxlad aavaral ehota aft er that, and flnlahed th* first nln* with a 64. Pete Muldoon to Have Same Squad Ptt* Iftildnnn. manager of th* Seattln Ire horke* team. I* a via- Itor In Heatll* on hla way to Bpo kane. Pete ram* up from Frlaco. All of tfeattle'a laat year'a turn will he hark with th* exception ot Jark Walker AnewAntxg tor a cigarette to do I % * Chesterfields give smokerswhat no other cigarette ever, before gave— they satisfy/ Satisfy!—)vul as acool drink of water satisfies when you're thirsty. And, yet, Chesterfields are mild, too. This new kind of enjoyment— mild, together with' "satisfy"— is the result of the truly marvelous pi Chesterfield blendl No other cigarette maker can copy this Chesterfield Blendl No other cJj m cigarette can possibly offer you what fl Chesterfields do. 1 Try Chesterfields—today itfcwi fli c IGARETT E *!>• Cfc..tor#UM BUml _ m rhou Sa T/Sf y t r.r?7, w11 4 u . I /I r V $ 20 for 10c —and yet they're MILD t BY BUD FISHER. ROBINS, WORN AND WEARY, ABOUT TO BECOME ORPHANS NEW YORK. Oct. 12.—Not only are the Dodgers on the ragged edge of a bottomless precipice, so far as this world's series Is concerned, but lhey are about to .be orphaned. President\Ebbet* has put the club on the market, and various buyers are reported angling for It, Includ ing Jame* (iaffney, former head of the Braves. The Red Bos afford some meas of satisfaction for the Brooklyn crew in this respect. They are about to see the parting of old ties. Carrlgan Is playing his last world's serl«-s and his last professional ball, he says. Carrigan gave Presi dent l*nnln notice that he would retire at the close of this season some time ago. and up to today the big boss of the lied Box has been unable to dissuade the peppery leader. The Dodgers looked like a beaten hall club when they left the field yesterday for the first time since the series opened. The kick had gone out of their fighting spirit. Cheasty's Smart Clothes For the conservative bus iness man, as well a* for the young man who fan cies the latest modes. $15 to $50 "Value* TelV They started with a flourish sad wound up with a sound of escaping steam. Tho defeated In the number of ruDK scored In the first two pmw In Hoston, they were not bMten la spirit The difference yesterday could be seen all over the lot- The broad, general Impression was that about all that remained to be dons was to run the cooling engine lata ' the shed for the winter. LINCOLN 18 FAVORITE Lincoln was favored to defeat the West Seattle high school grid squad this afternoon on iJugdal* field. ' 1 LETTER FOR BILLY WRIOHT There Is a letter on the sport editor's desk for Billy Wright, boxer. Csrtsln boxflght promoters oughts Ja qualify for blue ribbons at th*Ji horse shows. They're rather sptr- S3 lied charters, y'know. 3