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STAR PORTS Harper and Dundee Tangle at Elks' Show at Pool Tonight Harper Must Prove Coast Title Claim BY LEO H. LASSEN What claims Bob Harper. Seattle lightweight. has to the CpMl ttofht wlght rrtwu will wmte to tha aur faec toiilgli' when he takes on Jimmy IXundee. tha 'iiifJ llltle Coll for nlan In tha headline bout at tha tYy.ial IVol Tha show I* be- Ilia staged hv tha Klks All of a sudden laat year Harper mtiilcnlv slipped Into tha Vorth vtwi tltla unit l»efore anybody was aware of It Harper waa being hilled a* the S'ofthw ratern champ. II aaanii a« It Harp« r based claim on his defeat of Harold Jones. hut Jones had loat thr tltla tha weetr before to pwr Mitrhla. Portland Mltt'hh- In turn lotrt to Heinle Schumann. of Tacoma, and a« far M «f know Schumann hold* tha crown. And now Harpar la bring MMed In some quarter* a* t'oast champion. but thut I* stretching It • bit If Harp<-r gets by Dundee and than can liantt Iha Indian ■<*" oa Schumann ha will have a hattar claim to tha ("oast honora. Over In »T»coma n.-xt Weak. Ekldl* Shann.wi ;who x»mi to hava a hattar claim t<» tha Coast tltla than alar. bo*» r. Schumann and It arama as If tha winner of tonight's t > and tha Schumann-Shannon malaa would jttat about determine tha Caaat tltla htoder Ifndrt In W a> But Harper hai not rrt dlapoeed of Dundee by a long »iw>t. Thl* blr-.l Dunde.- It a tough little bat tHrr. who I* In lb# (otiix from font to gong He worked Ilk' * rhaut ptan In his bout* with Joe ilnrnwi ' and Earl Balrd Both of th-*e boats ended •!« lU'i»T fought drawn with both B*ir: and Got- . BMW, M> he get* n->n* lb' *of* I of tk> going on the dope *beet. , Harper wboM greate*t aa*et In ' th* ling la hi* left hand, will run ' UP acalnat on* of the greateat left handt on the Coaat tonight In ' BMW I lag Dtind-' Th# littla vlaltor Mia hard with hla purtaMa mitt. There are a lot of fana who think that Harp#r baa hit off too Ml a nwrif! m tackling Pander. 1 hut It* our hnnrh that ha wtll at laaat hold th# Callf'>mlaa arm Boh. hlmaeif. «aya that ha la go ing out to win or gei walloped t* night For »t*» pa*' »ea»on Harper ha* been fighting nothing but drawa and It'a a caa# of win or loao tonight Never I oat Tha Beatfl* hoy ha.« never been on tha abort and of a 'Urtilon, but U ha atcpa around tonight he ban a gtod chant# to win and to land a good r»p for hlma#lf. and a loaa to • good man Ith# rmnde# n*v#r hurt anybody. Jimmy Stor#y. who ha* »nt#r«"l ] tlwi K. O. rlui>. will tak# on Drnny, a n#wcom#r from Ban fYtftrlwx). Ix-nny la aald to h« a Wilting worker with a wallop. Wall, tint 11 wa »## l)«nny work wa'll string with Ktor#y. Jimmy toaard hla right paw ot#r with auch #f f#ct wbrn ha knnrkad Marty Katar kicking a ihort Um» ago nn'l unlaoa th# tliltnr t< gno'hrr lllilv Wright for rtrvmiMl w« plrk th# homo hoy to win. Al BaJit-r'. a big <olor#d battlar from Philadelphia. *lll lajir on Harry Olllum. of 8»lt ln th# third bout on th# rard Thla la Kak#r'< flrat allowing In a lor.il ring, fillium la a gam# bird and will h»«>i> no mgtt#r how through th# going H# »how#d thl* laVr yaar In hla two bout* with Jimmy Dar< y. of Portland. Vila# on Card "Franrliy" Val*# will lay aald# th# flratnan a uniform long #nough to bo* four round* with "R#d" <>a|r local llghtwrlglit, Vala« »m In Franc# long enough to h#!p lick : thfl PrltS!l#« and now h# I* bark on th# Job at K#nton again. If Val»o I* a* good a* h# u*#d to br <iag# will b# In for a bu*y evening. Boy M<<"a*lln and R#d ll#nrv, a duet of welter* from the navy I>krd at Bremerton, will open the allow. Th# flrwt bout g#t* under way •t can ■ Ifevlrl Allizar might com* t«rk. [too Johnny Cnuloii. Rut It look* ike touch »l«ldln* for Rill Bryan. I^stkSsl 5 The Thrills g u of Hockey— 5 O Are brought to your att*n- S tlorurhru th» *uag*«tloii 'of q *H ah'/minic Pamhing 2C ght« flrat irem*- in thin city >* ft* en overtooKlng »om" , mighty fx'ltin- time* if V 3 O you haven't attended one je © of th< weekly iMiloni O Menttle ploy* Vancouver 55 Wedri*aday night q <7* Pla««* » mark on your (A calendar fof » hockey dale /) every Wednesday. O Call the "Arena for S ticket*. p ■Pipers. Taft l«| ■ 9 CCO MP AVE, J WiTKE SPODTtMQOOOSSTOR ■# Californian Who Boxes Jim Storey tt Here's Krankle TVririy. th« Callfor nlan. who meets Jimmy Utorey al the Cry«tal Pom tornnhi. Elks' Club Opens Cage PlayTvday How Cluba Stand in Star League iiwrc *<> ■ T«a- ** I oat Prt ''■Adiinll* I • l*W Xdullarkk 1 A T. M. C. A. I I >M kmwttir* t • rv—n. < Mm tt»l » I IsMltrf and *«|lor* $ I 9*4 I IMI'I WO t t**J» w«* um P-< »f C#liit»*>ia* . . I • I •«« ....... I • I. • KllnMr PMI 1 I JH Ftl • • c». n ; • i PtHf * Taft • 1 **' <"vn# gam* la ghrtuW fn Th# Kiar league wh#n tha ICTka' rluh •quid op#na it* >#«aon on the Klka' floor with th# Co B t#otn. Tbe Klka manager ha* anm>un«-#d no lin#up. a* hla wiuad haa not hoen <»#finlt#ly lined up. Th# Blk* dorld#«l to #nter th# league but laat week, and It will be HIM um# before they will ba> ready for real action. Tha gad* gela under way at * 10 Th* Co. II team win *t*rt wtth th# earn# lineup that fared tb# Ilainler Poat aa >lnnag#r Allen, of th# Na tlonal <iuard outfit, ha* not had enough time to strengthen hi* team Itrolt. oent«r. C. t>ohl# and 1)1*. for ward*, and Orr and Al Ito hie guard*, will atart th# ml* Tomorrow night, at the Knight* of Columbua hall, the K. of C. outfit will face on* of the beat team* hi the leagu# when I hey tarkl# the Rainier Poet aoiiad The Rainier team lo*» their flrat *tgrt of the neaaon to the Kpaldlng team, but rame hark Sat urdav at the Y," when Ihey *w*mp ed th# Co H outfit. Th# K of C atarted th# aenaon with a win over th# Piper * Tuft nqu/td In th* other gam# the I'nlrerelty Community team, whlrh aprung th# big *urprl*e Hattirdar by bunging up a win over the Y. M C A . will awing Into action agalnat th# Ftr#w*ter* Cigar M|tud Thl* la th# fir*t game for the Hr#wat#r outfit From now on two senmea will h# on lap every Wadnaaday at th# K "f C . Friday, at the Klka. and Sat i urday at the Y M. C A , In Th# Htar .'eague. VICTORIA IS WINNER OVER MILLIONAIRES For tha firat time thla Van won a vialting tram won In thr t'onst Ira rata. Victoria taking Vancouver; down tha Una In VinWnivrr by a 4 to 9 count Victoria now ha* a aafr |r»ni f«r tha week. at Iraat In tha hockay clr cult on thr Coaat. Vanconvrr playa here tomorrow alght and Victoria and Vincouvtr ml* In Victoria Fri day. pr.«|f|nn Victoria r.rnman . .. rioal Fowler f'ook I)rf«n*c. Johnnon T> varan I>efaaa< «• i,m>irblln Harrla ......... Kover v\ Lonahlln Tavlar ... . renter. . I>un<l<-r>iAl" Mhionrr Ftlshf Wine oatman MUrii Winir Krrr I Ad»m« .. . .gtfbSHtaf* ... <if riff r W Adams . tfubstltuta tfrwkln* Re/ere* Fred lon I imt period 1 -Vancouver, Taylor from Mklnnrr, 20 arcoml period: 2—Vlclarla. Krrr, 3 36; 2- l>und»rdslc from Johnnon. *> o.*. Third period s Victoria. W\ I.ough lln frnm Pandsrdale, . m> v»tri<., U v«,. Hklnner from Taylor, 0 '.O 0 Victoria, fiat man. J:tf; 7—Vancouver, Hoberta, f OS. Final a* ore Victoria 4. Vancouver 3 fenaltlea Flr«r parted: Vancouver, 3 I mlnutra Merond parlod: Hklnner. Vancouver, 3 mlaataa faltaean Viataria, mlavtai r f»ughlln, Victoria. 3 mlautaa Third fieriod : Nonr Do You Know That Seattle has the fin est billiard parlor in the world? Come In and see, BROWN & HULEN Hrrond and Spring. Third Kloor. New Dope on Rah,Rah,Rah Sports Now inr ioh in jwon* NEW rORK. Jan. II At Iraet three things Indicating a new limd of thought In regard lo phyalcal education grew out of th« merlins of coaches and athletic Instructora of American ntlltKr* at III* meet lugs of tlw V. 4* A. A at lit* Hotel An lor hat' Hr« was lh« development of lit* fait that foot!*.II according to Ihr concensus of ofsnlon of coaches, ha* fMfhnl Its fltwvi •lata and the i>ui> lie will n» looirr be hothrrr.l trying to «a»imll»te nr« rulea .very year, In ojhfi w«>rd«. In (lit ktlrf of ifMi'lira for lh«i( i|H»ri the gam* la now Nlintliirilianl ami rulM from t now on will undergo f#» rhauffi Thr report l»> tba football ruk* committor |*t»» waa to th* rffa«-t tly»t "tha op«n |«tn« m»w mad* po# •Ible by rul«a inacV 10 othrr years alinuat entirely «l*miwira undralr alile frsiurm a« inaw pity. ki\ r« the iivau*t |MM*ibla i»Uy to •fctll and uwiilai and (h« •fMllfft to bmarn and watsht, ami la moßt plttilm •from Jba tors' pmiit of vttfv.** Tha »wi>ml dav*fapm*nt wat that In retard to bosln* Th* recommart i|«tlon of Secretary of War luker isftd rtthar* that bo una be mada a !«vt>)»r pari of rolbf* rurrfcrulum |of phyatrai trainee wmm mcr+f>fed I general!* ami It la likely that thla vaar will 9** a *rt4t <tave!f>piii*n? aloni ih4i Una Tha third waa th* 'adopth n of tha lOffHiion of Dr. J ! K Hav<*roft of Pr(iM'«l(>fi, (hit ph> a leal taaia In collrfaa ba standardised it follow* ' In ord#r to RttffiMfltltT P*«» a phyitml irßinini #i*mlmlk)n in ipplifint muit bf al'li* to run 1W yards In I# iwnfid* or l**» throw a hand grp nadr W yarda Into a larfrt 10 fr*t aouarr makf a run Inln# broad jump of 12 fart. rllrnh nn i>tihtfo»( amooth fanca uniMitt lad «nd 6omp*t« au«-caaafully In an : üb«ticl<* raea which li to b« itind ; 4rdi«#d That America la sotn* aarkoualy I Into tha bualnaaa of tralnlns har i young man to ba phvatcafly p#rfa«-t !a« nmrly an poaatbl# w»» i (r<fm thr attltud*«» of thrift* who jattoodad tha mrat Ins h*r« and unl varanl physical training ti» tha kay not* of rvary mrrtlnt hald BABE RUTH BREAKS FAMOUS BALL MACE Thr favorite hal of Ihbf Ruth—onr lit* kaodird IN homrra with Iji*! wmm—la im morr Ami Babr li irlrv Ins It » good hat llr It In ai» exhibition gruß* nrtnlly at San IHfuu, 4al The asm* afternoon llifer rrarked out tlirra mljiiy lone hit*. Oiw trar* rlr# .Id*! f**t, aiMtlKr 100 fret nnd lfw lnnr«l one 113 frrt. Durlitg Ihr afternoon hr waa at hit al* time* ,\nd tha pHdur only aervrd lilm 12 hall*. Doha l»n'l a M ailtfr H ll#* generally take* a wnllop al Uia lirat one. Ollle never did «ct nil !>!«• money for working that hot July day In To ledo, which offer* n hint to th#* one who doe* referee to collect In ad vance. Ballot for Seattle Fans ndlfor'n Note Mark with X one of the following ihree pr^P'**!'|nn« f Ar your voire In tha romlni hf*\yweight battle and rnall If to tha Hpoffa K«111or of The Htar I would rather, see a bout staged between Fighting Bob Martin, the inter-allied heavyweight champion, and Georges Carpentier, the French champion, before the latter fights Dempsey I want the Carpentier-Denipsey fight held in a city where rail facilities will make it possible for me to see it and where the purse for the fighters will not be so large as to make the price of admission so high T can't be there I want the Carpenticr-Dempsey fight held wherever the promoters offer the biggest purse Till* SEATTLE STAR TUESDAY, JANUARY Ifl, 1020. QUEEN ANNE CAGE PILOT What Don Ripley lack* in«ize he makes up for in ability. He'« the captain of the Queen Anne high achool prep five and while he'» not very big. he will give a good nccount of hinutelf in the coming prep »ea*on, which gets under way Friday. Talk Is Cheap, but Is Champion ' Worth His Weight In Gold Coin B»o Fight Would Be to 95 Per Cent of Fans; What's Your Vote? Itv MtKO Tl Kl»\ VIIJ.K Talk i* cheap Mut It f|o*«n't »♦« mtohe in the present IniUnce The* nr»<*>• the* talk the higher figures «>• % The- bidding for the f wnmjs Clrpentier fight has ps*s*<l hi If million math- for the purit alone In the name of r < mmon sense, isn't It time \o call a halt In this super « "turner eta Using of the sport gam*"* The flffvrea sre mounting so rapidly that few nf ue probably realise Ju"f what fftooOOO m« ir - Few <<f u- nre on Intlmata with n hundrctl thousand hu« k* If I* appeare<l In print only the one time we'd Ik» Inclined to think tha proofreader had allowed an error to allp by. but the headline writer* juggle the»e huge figures dally and e\ idently there i* no tjrpogrnphb al error Figurine th« minimum demand that Jack D#fnpaey feele Inclined to mriftlder at $500,000 have n fighter valuing hia services for one little gftrrnoon at more than five time* hia weight In gold We've heard of a lot « f folks worth their weight In gold but when that valut wag placed on them it sua b»« »use* of the Impression they had created on the generous apprnleei Ukely it was some high Ideal the appraiser consul* r«d the subject had met Purely sentimental. Kven at the <lepr<<lated value of gold we don't believe any fighter— wearing the p* tided glove* is worth that' much. Ik* you? Wild bidding by promoters If accepted, means such prices at the ringside aa to make the ««.ntest prohibitive to US per cent nf the real sport fane Are you In favor of It* Would you favor u*luk the force of public opinion to compel fighters and promoters to 'come down" and talk within rcaaon. Or do you prefer using publt* opinion to the extant of blocking this bout and substituting another on« the staging of that postponed fight between Hob Martin. American a»my hero, and the French champion, who also was in service Voice your opinion and help g.<t the aport back on a sensible basis I.et your vole come In Fans In many other cities are doing that very thing today A < hlcAKo Imdmrrirr linn bf»- route R Uwjer. Homr one mig pi nti (In*t lir'll In- kimnl uhpn |( rrnnr* to mrrylm n can* to higher roilrt. Thr bniirbnll nmgnafr* should h*v#» followed th* Chinee method—pny thHr And rnAk* j>*rtr« with cv<m vlkxlv nt Sow Y+nr * umluiiH 1202 Av't PHONf tuSor'rlftTtS' HOW FANS ARE IN LINE ON BIG MIX I 11#» following IrfUr w til gltr Sea 11 lr fan* an lilr« of how noma rlnc follow rr* nrr> Mini ui Uu* l>rvnpM»> r«r (H-iilirr ntalrh. Tlir wrll«r % «»lnl In h»\r Marl in nn « | I *r|i«illiT: ll. Ijuvii, HportifiK IC<lll«ir HUP: IniloMil my Inillol Nothing I ha % rt m4l In Ili«» »|M»rtliiK lirv of lair ha* fUrri «w »* much |iliirr mm IIIr attttur!* >Oll ha\r Imkrn In thU iiijilUt. I am m nlrong md\orni+ ol Imt Inc. Mini ruttorally am In a>rn l»alh> with Ally movfmrnt to Kr«*|j up flir (aiiir on a Mjiiarr M*\*l I(««»|mm Ifully your». -K MrHAK liRIHIIKN " ln \our ha I lot, fnynil mi thin |M|r, mm. to lint* your Milrf In alidlirr or not alimll riili the Amer Iran faiM BI KM %N WINS DKNVKIt Jan II Joe Piirman I'l.l.aao knnckrd out [tick flrlffln of Kort Worth In the Ihird round of their »cliedul»d 12 round hout here last niaht The Store r Where of Choice "Values Tell" Che a sty's Manhattan Your observation has told you that there is a difference between commonplace shirts and the "de luxe" sort. There are some shirts that you cannot help but admire and some shirts that you never notice at aH—they're just shirts. Haven't you often said about a man: "He always wears smart looking shirts; I wonder where he gets them?" He probably frets them at Cheasty's—at least that is the sort of shirts we carry here, and our present display abounds with them. We feature Manhattan Shirts as the best America pro duces. Shirt Prices—s2.oo to $20.00 "Values Tell*' Cheasty's Kuppenheimer Distinctive Clothes Hats Leather Luggage of Quality—Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks to| 5 l.ihlla it'liiOTi, Mr«ttla * right. iimtslw lUm of Xmn- MHi»»f II I . In \aioou ur Hnlnn day. H'• m tour round |u. Jl'k Mall, Austral an rnldd:»»'Ulit ■ntl Willi* Kf<-l«r ar» now Mlln| • rrinn partners for Young Hsrtot Toung 11 is In trstfitng for his lmu( toltft Jin. I nn, 'h» l'u«-t.io firti niah. which will lirad Ihr Frrahlnf ring • liow at th« Armory Monda> It's to ba * fr«Mi •how fui all acrvica men. Ilia general an>l his |.»r«> • Th»r« will l»a no love lost when ller tor and I l>nn r||ml> thru tha rofws M*dsr holds s «in ovr riy»n. non in and Klynn la out to s«eo up MAlttrs Had Hli|rr«lil, lw«l fnilhrr* w right, will tnkr «n a \an«wi»fr Imij frti tha kainr »li«s that JstliMin itifrt* llw* I nrl llalrd, Kruitlr Imj, w■■ MJiffl lo nirrl Harold Jihim, of Tarmna, In thr main r»ml. Iml will n«»l hs nhla> to show kr««M mt lltnaM Johnny M«rarthy. thr fighting harp, will mads his aor-ond atart of his Xorth wrat ln«asion tomorrow night wh«n La talisa on Alat Tramhitas. »t Portland, i.i a It round fight McCarthy didn't STAR PORTS L * intka a vsry lmpr»-nsira showing In ha first stsrt whsn ha took ths short tr. I of s ijrrtHM fmm Morrl* I-us. In Tirvmi. Moerle Ul. Mast raadldats fa* ■hr i oo«l writer tltla, Irarnrd a „l hto liaslnff whllr working aa a • ■•orrltig |iwlMr with Itrwar l**m •r.l, world'. lightweight king. Ul ... Willi laoaara far Iwa yrwr». Th* Athl*tle Huh l« In It* ♦ 'i|» for tt»« wtmw Th# club "i 1 M . first .maker f th* wprlnie »••»« «bn th* lc* I* taken out - f th* Am «t th* *nd «f M»r«h ' Ujr Hit# •*»» » liltmkl« t* Show until Ik* If* go** !■ th*- Atrnt •«•»» n*«t I>«c*rn\mr. r, m rmr ths Tif'-mi t. ,».k. tr«»ohad It s a faM ' »«st * lntMi.li nrs prodigy I- •» cross ayr.i ilitl h* ntvrr could hold down a J"U In a hank. < harlrr lliilaa. aarralarj of tb» 1...1n« .-oin.la.kH., will rrfrrra tk- Iml. al thr hollas «how ta l» .i.kml lor l.rnarwl rrr«l»li.f Mil at Iba Annorj. Johnny Toulon, fortnsr hantarnwalg t king of tha w»rid is planning a eo«»r. lark-in Ui« ll* *>* °" Caaat mn and may ba la aatlon hir. aowi.