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Dartmouth Hurdle Wonder Must Compete for Canada; Ac MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS ARE PUTTING UP GREAT PURSUIT With tha leader* In both major* Closer than the ocean and tha shore, big; league (ana are certainly catting • real run far their coin thla year la tha American league tha Cleveland Indiana and the New York Yankee* are fighting It out for the lend with Braoklyrv. Cincinnati and St. Laiuis ■tafia* a three corner*! fight fur tha honor* In the senior league. While Cincinnati haa a powerful tell club, the Knlh won't have a ctbch In winning that National (aajfu>- flag again. Jiilk'.h* from the way thing* shape up right now. The fer famed lint pitchinc corpa lan't fling aa well aa eapected and rlirht now Huetlier and Rlnc are the only Ooya who are delivering In real ghape Tha Brooklyn aggregation la ret ting *©me great pitching now. which la keeping them in the rare. Smith. Oadore. pfeffer and Marquard ara tha boy* who are turning In good gaiura. and with eome real bitting tiva IVdger* are landing the proeee •ion today. Tha rare In the Ameri<-an league la 0O cloee that the "dope expert*" are Ming fractions In figuring out tha ofcaacaa of tha different team*. The Tiaka have a great chance to cop If their terrific hitting keep* up. in ■pita of tha fact that tha Cleveland Indiana have a better balanced ball dab. Tea. brother. Ua a great purwutt and more than one major" league bug Is bound to have delirium tremena If they try to figure the dope too alinfy. BATTUC-OAKtAM) SKKIKS ON Tafey the Seattle team will apaa Ita aa—lt am aeventh piare ht tha Coaat league, ahen Ihey •pen their Oral bailie of the jaar with Ute Oakland A coma Ttm Bay City aqwad I* bat a (MM sad a half ahead of tha M* aad a eotiple of wbn will BM tha local* high and dry oat mt tha baoraaent. Aad we have a gaad chance af paaatng Um Sacra ■aula rlub thla week. If Ihe Seal* Uck thru with auaie wtaa. TKAM IUSTI RNS HOMK SOON Seattle'* »oot» be home M*ln. They play In rttkland this week and then Jump to Portland from whence they return to the local lot. Tbe Seattle tan* will give the Vernon Timers and the Oakland club Dm mean once over when the dub twine home for a two week etay SALTS BI T OCTFIF.I.r>KR At last the Rait Lake team has pur chased an outfielder to fill that gap Is letj field. They have landed Wal fee* Hood, former Vancouver pltrhor and outfielder from the PHtahurg Pirate*. Hood started ftie season with the Brooklyn Dodger*, hut wa* let out to Plttabiirg when Tom Orif flths, regular rlghtflelder, rami) hark to the fold. Hood waan't quite ex perienced <-nough for big league com pany yet. but judging from the way he wan pounding the ball for the Dodger* in the early game*, he should be a valuable man for the Bee*. Ntjt onty can Hood play the outfield, but be can also tike a turn on the slab once In a while, if necessary He played in the Writ em Canada league last year. OLDHAM MAT RKTI KN "M" Oldham, one of the kftt piUliii'i In thn i omat Wfu# laat fftr, ftn fart, he wa*' the whole Portland pitching ataff. I* thio for • rat urn to the Coaat kacur. He haa left the Detroit Tlrrm, according to reporta from Port land, hla form'-r Mam pin* ground, beranae of a differvnr* IMTOI a Eastern Fishermen S 2 A frl#nd of onr* who H 3c fond#* a "at**lh#ad" trip 2 with »ia r*rently out b from th'- Raat ha* Juat O jg- written t*l!lnic of a 7&-mile * trip flown on«- of th* Ka*t- 0 #-rn »trf*«ms. »nd B«yn th^ !arjc«i»t fluh thoy r-auicht * wa* 15 Inchm * Js Hardly a romparlnon with th* lf»-po»ind st# « w* 0t Ch hav* out h*r*. O (Mjr frl*nd pay* h* *ur# me S Intends to vliilt uii fttrain w» g n»*xt Manon wh»n "»i*'-l- M O h*adin' M la on. J |Piper£.Taft I^j IttOKUW SECOND AVX| WWITHf ?«oimM «XXSSreR avr Do You Know That Seattle has the fin est billiard parlor in the world?' Come in and see. browiT& hulen lllin- 1 and Spring. Third Klmt. A TRI M TOBTI BK Cmn b» eliminated by w»»rln* th« lAinilf" rg Kuptura Hupport. W« *iv« | rM trial to prove Ita aupartorltjr. A. M M'UKKO CO. fIM Third *»«• »«•«!•. with Manager Jennings of the Tiger*. Oldham waa being or«r worked In Ihe Tiger game*. He nrtalnly showed enough stuff bore la*t year to make goad In any company. Ttoera lan't a team In the Coast league that wouldn't be glad to line up the big fellow. MAY FORTH NIIOMIIOWN The action of Federal Judge Mr- Call, of (be Memphi* district. In la •uing a reatrnlnlng order preventing John I) Martin. Southern league from Interfering In the play. Ing of "Caaey" Hmith, the Indian pitcher relea*ed by San Franclnco on gambling charge* about a month ago. with little Itock. may force the Man Kranciaco club to lay It* carda on the table. Smith wa* releaaed with Tom Srolon without other reaaon thai* that "the game mwt be kept clean " Nothing further ha* none from the Han F*ranci»co club, no proof haa been furnlahed by the rlub and both Heaton antl Smith have l>e«n elgned by tha Little Itock club Now the San Franclaco club will have to prove Ita caae. if they have a oaae. if they rmllv want to baaeball clean. Surely the San Fran ci*eo club mint have real proof of their charge*, and If thejr prove the case Smith and Sratnn *houM be run out of baaehail. and If they can't the pitcher* ahoukl be re Inatated. On tha fa<-e of thlnga. It look* like Frny Allen of the Little Rock club la pulling a marble-headed etunt, but buaineaa la buaineag after all. 111!!! Lee lokl. tmemrnr of (he ClevoSajMl Amwlimm. ho« hmmm SfM4 U fmmrh the M. 1 Mti Hrewe tiartlnc «na Akro* to toaitnf lem hatting tn the liiMuitopftl Itifvi* with a m«rk of tic Til a erne! world Mark Oowdr. war hero, end tartdoatally fitrh»r for the Botion Hr»v*« look o dor off roronftj to f«t morrtod »nd lhe» do«ided to take off on »itr* day to r«;«br»lo and n'ooa h»arf»d Minoiff Stalling* fined him a 11 Of for toot report!** on time. Vtm XflHk. righthander. heo Imm par <>oii i < ky ihm m. look Card tea to from the oqaad. Nlnatr thowaanit aat tn nt» fror t»aa*r>all (fmm' • In N"* York ar»<t 1y n on I"*- oration d«7. (» yr«M r»porta from th* »«<l. TMtrf4ar'i hpr* WM rtil—fctft TV bl| l*»le let ttv tank .isner* 4«wn allh five hita riml tlmte In three •( llm> raiM that lirtped ('!»«*- Imn.l ImM flr.t place. 1 te I. Tofcln hit a homar, a trlpta. a and a*-ora4 thraa mna stains tha drowns a 10-to-4 fleterjf o*«*r tha lud 001. Ayara eava the Tt»»ra thalr ahnt out Tlrtorjr of tha aaaaon by dafastlnff tha Athiatica S tn I fUffm llsnMhr wm| Jftrk roomier hit bom#r« nit \ehf. «n4 the (slant* wm >w«lrn Rf*ln by Ik# tf 1 to 4. Toting Tartar lat tha Flrsaas 4**ll with f«ntr hit* and the ftihe won. 1 to 1 Cstrher O Farral! didn't hsaa s putciut. aaaia[ or arror la th* slna frames. Wh«*t'i hom«r with two on »nd ft aln ft* hjr Orlm*a In th* #tfhth with th* Koeee full tha Aofelna ft • to-7 vie tory o»«f the R*4a R*wtln*a' do*iht«. following ft pft«". r*v# th« PhllllHi • lon# counter off Lefty Coop-r. tha PlrfttM* winning. 4 to L purine C4MHT leKAOt r. Won. I*o#t. Prl. flftlt Tjftke City 41 H «I 2 H«n Franrlsco SI ?» V#jr»on ...4... «<> ft ICS TAna*!#• ST 31 .14 4 Portland So 11 4t2 H«4rr»rn#nio 2* St .4)4 Oakland H 41 «14 Reattlft 2S 49 SI& AVFKKAX IT.JMir. Won I/Mt. Prt Cl<rv#Und 14 17 4«7 .Mow York 24 1t «<2 Chic ft# o ...a. 34 22 !«• Hoot on H 33 fcS3 Waahlncton 34 34 SOS Ml LOU In 23 37 449 PhlUdelphlft 1« 3t SUA Detroit 17 SS 24* ClevHftnd 7. N*#w Tor% 1. Detroit i. fhilftdoipiu 9. Ft Loula Ilopton 5 • NATIONAL I.FAOrr Woa. Loot. Prt. Hrooklyn 21 2% US Cincinnati S« 21 .ft? 1 St Ix#ula S. ?R 20 ftr.i '*h|ra«o 2< 2ft .H0 Ptttahurg 23 33 .&00 Itoaton «... 21 24 4*7 N*w York 21 2» .420 Philadelphia It 20 ,|9ft Prooklrn t. Cincinnati 7. f.oula 7, New York 4. f 'hlp«fo 7, Bomon 1 Pit (abort *. Philadelphia 1. BILL WILL STAY KAHTON, fa.. June IB.—"Bill" CoUßhlln, former Detroit Tltrer, ha« heen signed to CMCh the Ijktnyptt* college tmwhall nine for another year. Ho turned out a crnck nine this spring. LINKS CROWDED UjH ANOKI.KH. June 15.- Thu miinlclpiil golf course Is so crow<lo<l that KOlfeni hare asked th* city to put In another nlnn-hole course or provide benches for the waiters. HORSES AT RENO lIKNO, June 15.—Horses have begun to arrive at Heno In prep aration for the 19-day nice meet which opens the first of July. The Heno Jockey club boa ottered three big stakes. RECORD HOLDER LOST TO YANKS nv lIKAN NNYIiKK Canada ouaa the t'nllrd Slixtee a btlt lump of irratlttide Karl ("Tommy") Thomson, born north of the 4»th meridian. ram* la thin country, became n world beater, and now ha* l-cru rlalmrd to fly lh* Mapla I color* at Antwrrp'. When Viarl ak limned ttia Umber* In the 134 yard high hurdle* In 14 1 ha boat IW>b Hlnipaona atandlnK world * record llob'a time w»* 14 Thay onoa aalil tliat there never would ba attollor "Hiniiieoii." but Thomaon * naw nmrk »Umpe him aa a fleeter (liar over lb* "high*." NTKinr. IN PKKKIUT Kor a man of hi* walcht. 11l pound*. hla *peed la niarvelou* ll* la qul«*k on and bla atrld* I* perfe» (. 11a has practiced aklmmlnc (hi hur dle* *o thinly that ha can aliava o(l chip* or av»n a dime. "I didn't realise I w*a flylnf *o fa*» tha othar day at Philadelphia whan 1 broke th<> world * record " ha aay*. "I don't train any differently than any othar athletes I cat plenty of i alrap An athlata haa to taka plenty of raat to let the aprlng accumulate In hi* Ire* "1 iru. ua I'M br rannlns for Canada In the Olymploa, tho." There waa a tinge of regret In hi* voir* a* ha *poka. H* I* an Ameri can at heart and Western I.red Hut he'* a Canadian, and mu*t *ntar from i Canada or not at all. IIOMK IS IN WKHT Ho hu lived In California moat of hU Uf«. first coming to lhi> front oa a hurdler an a member of tha t<ong Hearh (Call high iichool team anil later for Uia lA* Angelec Athletic club In ltlf Thomnon ram* to Dart mouth and heg»n the training under Coarh Harry llillman. which brought him out aa the aeller uf a new world'* record. I Hitman u*ed Tommy aa a quarter mller on the varalty relay team thla *prlng and It waa fenred that the flat footed running would ruin hla hurdle utride II evidently Improved hla *pe*4 enough to dip oae-dflh of a ••-ootid from the great Mlaaourt hur dler** tlma. 1101 IMt OTTIKK KKCOKIW Thomaon ha* evtabllabed a new na tional rer-ord In the 7# yard low hur die event. hi* time being I 14 ae.- onda. and haa equalled the atandlng record of I aeconda for the (I yard h!ich hurdle* He will train for the Olympic gamea at tha Montreal Athletic club. The I'nlted (ttale* haa an excellent field of timber (upper*, Including Johnaon of Michigan, Smith and Watt of rarnell and Erdman of Princeton, but It I* doubtful If any of the*# can rntch the Dartmouth man In the 1?# yard high event. CARPENTIER LEVINSKY GO IS OFF NEW TORK. June I! «aorff« C-trpentler and IVattlin* I<e*lnaky will not meet for the world'* light heavyweight rhaniptonahlp until No vember. arrnrdlng to I "an Morgan, manager of Levlnsky. On the suggestion of Prnnool* iMrunpa. the Frenchman's mana ger. Morgan agreed to rail off th» fight scheduled for July 2* until fall, he said De*camps and Carpentler. It la said, will return to KYanre July 10. and will come back to the I'nltsd Ktnte* in the fall. "RED" HOISTS APPLE NKW OIUJCANH, June 18 "rted" Torkelson Is earning his salt with the Pellcana. He went In against Chattanooga the other dny and broke up the game with a homer. Ars ymm owllsf h-lw of » Brtdo." la Th# Ihftlll* Mar? It It lh« moot fMrlMUsf, ItlMilMtlac del term tl«« mi Ik# iMflofWMl mi a nikni wmrm'i mil. Nld la mm tmitmmrtf hii#r Mtlnf story fonri. Ihsl y rwi roald mi 4. Vet you rwn'4 find It In mmy llhmrr or •"-A SNea fii mu»l Im» » rmdwr ni Th# mrnr U KM It. I A $7O BICYCLE FOR I I s l9= I I WORTH WAITING FOR! I I BICYCLE I IFIRE SALE I ■ of the Piper & Taft bicycle stock, damaged I ■ slightly by smoke and water in warehouse I I 300 BICYCLES I I Sale Starts Friday I I EXCELSIOR I i Motorcycle & Bicycle Co. I I 301 E. Pin* St Elliott 997. I THE JTKATTLK ST Alt HE'S SOME HIGH STEPPER STAR LEAGUE SCHEDULE IS SHIFTED H»v*rm! tram* haro Mk«l for po«i pon«rn«nu In Tha Htar lra*ua achad ulr. for Sunday, ao the nmr« haw bam (tilflnl a* follow* Ttllornl Mrtnly va. f'«ll« club. »l Lincoln flald. liallar.l liaavara ▼*. In tar hay Jun lorn, at M«ri«r flrld. HIMLTLafI A. C. *a. Alkl Junior*, at Alkl. City Cuba ru, Clraanwood Cuba. a 1 n r I>ar. Th« r«-»t at tha taama In tha dla mond !niu' will ha\a a layoff Sun day Th» two bl|f |un*a will ba tha K» 111 club Tailored Heady ml* and tli» ItalUrd llaawr-lntarbay Junior Ult» Tha OH* club la )*adln« lc«*u« No 2. and If tha clothlrra. who l«al to tha Madlaon I'ark taani Sunday. arr dorfatad tha dub nun will have [>r»tl> aaay calling tha ot tha way Tha lnt<*rhay taam fncwi rllmlna tlon from tha rara In Iriuiun No 1 wh»n it b<mla* tha »tron« llallard IWwwra A win for tha Intartmy taam will Ua It with tha Isa»*«-r», but a loaa will Juat about ktfbck Uwm out nf tha running Itoma taam mana«*ra ahould Una up their imumli a* aoon aa poaalhla NO K.IN TO 808 June 15 Ciri Mnr tin. et aoldler br>*er. la aeeklns matrhee here He dura not claim PAINLESS DENTISTRY DR. J. BROWN'S !>•»»»■ Utalal l*arleni f •111 Fanhrr t*» Kilabllal .lew I wratlon 20' Discount on All Dmlal Mark KHIMIM«I|OM I'fpr. 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The Famous House of Kuppenheimer Quality Clothes as well as the smart, high quality companion lines that complete CHEASTY'S matchless stock are all in- < eluded in this radical reduction of 20 per cent where " Values Tell" $25.00 garments for $20.00 $55.00 garments for $44.00 Titi» *ale Is for caalv No new $30.00 garments for $24.00 $60.00 garments for $48.00 account. opened durinc Oil rr'irmpntq fnr s;°« nn $65.00 garments for $52.00 "• p»w»- R^ul " ««<«»"• tor £££ • *45.00 garments for «3«.00 farments for pjoo ZHSrjSrjZ Z $50.00 garments for $40.00 $85.00 garments for $68.00 »' fh' foiiowiin month. Silk Shirt Sale—2s% Off—Wednesday Only (All lines except Manhattan) Likly Leather Harimann Luggage Wardrobe Trunks RIDLEY FORCES FIGHTING NOW Th'rt In no doubt but that Bud j Itldlry, H< uttla bantam, who fight*' before the home folk* for the flint tlnra In many months Thursday night at the I,lherty hall Turk, where he meets I jirl I laird, local feather- j welKht, hi a tiiui'h Improved fighter 11 ml alwaya roulil handle hi* mitt* well but he hull not developed Into much of nffi riHlve fighter. Hut hi* style hit* almuat completely i hanged, •irording to verllie* In re port* of hi* mati he* In California. Itlillejr I* a home product anil llalrd In a touirh enough ring ru*tomer to make hlin Rhow at hi* heat. Itulril I* doing hi* training dally at AIUUD A Haifa rym lialrd ha* ronaented to make i:« pound* at S p. m. on the day of tha buttle. Kid ley I* training In Tacoma I'ueblo Jim Klynn. tha veteran fireman heavyweight. la reported lo t» ready to maul Hteve Keynolda around while Kteva, who at 111 pa> k* a wallop, If nothing elmv, la ready for the onxlatiKht «>f the veteran. Jvtdle Moor" and Uud MannlnK, the flyweight* *ho put up a great battle laet week at the Arena hava boeti remattbed There will be two •tlier Unit* lined up. CYKOWSKI SHOWS DKR MOJNKH Cni||« Cjkowekt, »«nd lot recruit pitcher recently ri» learned by the Indiana to the I>e« Molnea club. U ahowlng the proper • tuff lie get* hlrmielf Into hole* and (hen itirU the atrlkrout name. TENNIS PLAYERS! STAR NET ENTRIES CLOSE WEDNESDAY AT 6 P. M. Kntrina for The Htur's Woodland ( park tennis tournament clone at 4 , p. in Wednesday night If you still plan to enter tha first big net meet of the year send In your entry blank to The Star or t*> the tennis depart ment of llper A Tuft's before 4 p m. Wednesday nlirht. I'rawlngs for the meet will be made ( Krlday by The Ht-afs committee, ami will lot published In Saturday's Star. The first round of the tourney will get under way Monday and the final* will be billed for the following Sunday. Don't forget that there are no charges for entering thl* meet, tbs Star Tennis Entry Blanlc I wish to antrr Tha HUr Woodland Park Tannla toumamant I g an amateur tannla piayer In good atandlnf. I wlata to ante*- ta* taenta marked with crow: Men'* alnglea Womao'a alj.*laa . . Mrn'a doubles ....»«•* Womtn'a doublaa Mlird doubles Name A <l4/ tee j Name partnera In doublaa eventa. Entrlaa cloaa Jana II and will b» icotpla) at Tha Star or at tha tannla department at Piper a Taft'fci TTWDAT, TTTTffJ 19, lIW, only requirement being Ibat yoti an lan amateur tennis player In god j standing. 'Jet those blanks In todaj BLISS PROMOTED AKRON, June 1& Jimmy coach of the Central high scbai j here, has lieen engaged to coad at Miami university negt fa| Jimmy is called a "miracle ocodv! TIJUANA MEET TIJUANA. June IS.—Jim Cm froth's 101 day racing here was so successful that h plans another program which wl i' open November 16.