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7 sswss> os/ RAIN HANGS ANOTHER ! K. O. ON STAR NET I PLAY; IMPORTANT L MATCHES ON TODAY ATTENTION. TENNIS PLAYERS! Players who still have m* tehee to pla> off In The Star's Woodland parti tennis tourney should remember to call The star every day he la Mai 9 a. m and II a. m. to be sure of I heir schedule that dsi because their matches may have to be re-*cheduled from lime Ut limn. Call far Tha Tennis Kdltor slim asking for till* Information, aa It aavra valuable time. riajers who cannot ihwmlilj keep appointment* should Ml The Star a* soon a* they Know K Is not possible for I hem to he Ml hand for their matches. I'laycrs owe K to opponent* not to keep ! Mir Hi wailing. This Information is relayed to Woodland park every half tour, sa thereS no excuse from today on for players not knowing when I Mr matches are to be played or for not Informing The Star when they | cannot keep appointments. I**l's work together 011 Ihls. If you rant Waih The Star ask for your schedule at Itpcr A Tali's lennU dejiart ' Mat any time of Uie day after S:3» a. m. | When groat jrobs of rain descended upon Woodland park J'et I p. m. yesterday play in The Star's tennis tourney took Moother K. 0. on the chin and chances ol" finishing the tour jjphV by Sunday are out of the question. Play will be speeded | up as fast as the weather permits the matches to be played. l; : Al extension of the permit gTanted the tourney by the park! ntoard will be asktnl today because the weather has been so tiltd that the schedule for the week has been wrecked. I, I A few matches were played yesterday but there was a Hnonstant drizzle and tliose matches that were underway fc.When the young cloudburst hit Mpilinll» n I park will start In play Wth the count In mmi score the | gni — as when the matches were Ilinxrß nmnxs ■Ranger "Pink" Miller, one of the strong Wlnxl'Ti for the title, removed a troublesome opponent In M.inforvl Schlanger yestrnlay, Mtiler wlnnlnit H, »-J Schlanger was away off of Ills usual game anil he couldn't stop Killer's fast drive. The first and only mixed doublee Mich was played with Art Italley Mid Mrs. Frank Foster defeating Dick Burr and Irene Stephens In three bard »ets 5-7. • I. « J. A. J. Be ire I bad a torrid battle with i CVPenter. winning out ( 3. 1 «, t 4. In A trio of frames K K Pope ad- Itactd to the fourth round by de fn»—r f- C. White H. U. BAIN SPOILS HO MATCHES The hi* match* billed for yester- IV, the Foley-Vander Las and H«e fcgtb-Carrle matches bad hardly flkrtad when the rain descended. The |HN were five-all la the liesketb CArrle battle. Today will see some fast tennis If Nfca weather holds up at all The matches that were under way lurt night will be finished up first » b the two named matches hold: off "The center of the ."tax*. MARION VS. WALL UK AT < P. M. Another snatch that Is attracting Attention la the Don Waller Armand Marlon battle which will come off at • p. m. Waller, one of the favor- Has tor the title, will be meeting the Juior champion of the city in young Marlon. Marlon is young at the game, but local net critics are hand* tmr tbe little fell»w*» play some nifty bouquets. Waller Is expected 'to win. but Marlon should give biro * real match. . After today's play a better line Will be had on the real contenders tor the title. JW the prenent time the big gallery of Woodland park tans look to Richard Ilurr. Donald "Waller. Bill N'ollan. the winner of the Vander Ijis-Koley Williams com bination which get together at the bottom of the drawing In the next two rounds, and E. E Pope to put op tbe hardest fight for the men's slnglen honors. Mixed double* and doubles In both men's and women's events will get under way In earnest Saturday when a heavy schedule will be arranged for the afternoon and evening. If possible the men's and women's •Ingles preliminaries will be com pleted so the finals ran be played Sunday, but unless the weather Im proves it's a big riddle as to when the meet will be wind up. Smoke a Pipe For jfenulne pleasure a pipe is the thing, and when the pipe is a Marcee De Luxe the pleasure is double. SpringCigarCo. l lnc. 707 First Avenue 418 Pike Street 910 Second Avenue 1406 Fourth Avenue Do You Know That Seattle has the fin est billiard parlor in the world 7 Come in and see. BROWN & HULEN iHNi m 4 Spring. Third Flaar. Thursday Results >■ R r rapa d*faata«| y C Whlfa • 1. IS. fob lHalar dvfaatad «ieorga l»a*le hr default. Ralph Iditlar dafeat«d Manford fh;hianger I 1, I 1 A. J. it*get defeated Carpenter I S. I*l. MKVt norni Kt flagal and R«f«I defeated Al««l| aad kliuaer I I, •-]. VIXP.D DOI BI.KI Art ftai.'e? and Mra. Frank rxtatar da feata«l lti« hard llurr and Iraaa IMeptkaaa 4-T. I I. i r Friday Matches >■ AT S r. M. Miaarha Wlcfcland %a Qertnkla tchralnar Rita Ilajrar aa Dorothy lJttia AT .1 r M. Vh>4U Wlal am Ruth Hardy Mra. Fs-rria an.l Mra Toaler aa Ctla* Maryland and Thalma W .iff Jahaaun and liauara aa. Wbita and Daa laa AT 4 P. M. Jaeoharai aa. Ripley Tu»-katt a& M Hegel l-aVaae and |«axtuar aa Dyar and G'ag. aon Ruth Marcoaa am QuMflla Taylor AT ft P. V. ft L* MT3lar aa I lelngood Oldham aa tnalay O'Rrlan and Matthew* a* Wtifta and fttroef Maggy ochacht am Mra Cnmßlaia AT ftuTO P. M. Koiloeikl aa. Kaiback AT • P. If. Oartruda Paart am Ora*a Lova Uarenra aa fafarairvn Tarkel aa. Van Htoaa Wilier aa Morion Jotmaon aa winnar Rlplar-laeo^aoa Netder aa. Banaon Arhoanfald *a Ralph Millar Cm ma am Haaketh Vmnder laj am Molar 11. .\oilmm am C. C. Williama AT T P. H. Mrm Mrir-jio and Vlda ftobtaaoa am ftltm Mayar and Zlpora Mluinenfeid Whlta and Donahoa am Walter and Tan* der Imm Oldham and Roffeorm am Nalder and Taylor Mat ley and Rlplay am Lmcaratram and Jahaaon Tarkel and McColloufh am Wiimoa mod Henry Wataon and Jaffarao* am MlMar and Pa ley Ronocm and Van fltotia aa. Wtlflamg and Hayea Rrae • lahrla! and M Segal a*. Baom and Mrm Mataraon Tim Over all Stiar Tennnan® Med WITH GKRTKrDK M IIRKINKR C. C. Williams Imlii Ilk* a **m#r In Uwal 'rtinU rlrrUm, Judging by tha g».od ahowinf ha lum madf up I* data " ' "'•* mffl. H iif hail* from Npolcan*. tthm ha im*rv uolikAiK rhampiMtahip «* •»»•! rlty Iml f«ar. *<» f« r h # Hm t "*• »** •* ' n»»*« «nd •* Raikia down Iha l!nf In • rnmpU of nifty matrhea. r Caatanada. tha el«f»r rar|r*t wfaid*r who won th* fl ain*l*« titla in tha pUff»M tournament liiat mmmar, w«« not on tha rourto y*at*rday halpinf mm* of tha entrant* warm up for th»lr matrhaa Th* onir rm#on < ««t*n»da lan't In tha (lata hlma*lf is hs arrived In th* rlty frnm \rm Anf«|oa too lata* to fat hla nam* on tha boirda Almost aH tha pl»ffl»|(J chimptoni art JH» .« • * .> park thta w<-k rompatlng for Tha Star ronnli honors Will Kollan. rlaaa A alnflM winner. la ■ofng atron*, having dliposad of Franria i'a< K«-r and Ar» Ballay. while In th* ladles' singles Rita M-y-r. elaaa A tl'la holdar. Zlpora Hlumenfeid. r|aa« I» w»n ner. and VMa Robinson. 'laaa C «*ham plon, ara all showing Rood form. W. V. Arnold, who loot ta Art flanry In tlia «*«-o«Mt rmmd. fatn tha fans an lnt*r*«tlng sidelight on tha F.rifliah net gaoi*. whi« h futnrr* th* *ilnui« rat amir« anal twtsl driiM. Anoth*r old tlm#r whoa* nama la mlaaod on tha llata la th* man who ia aai«l to hav* tha moat p*rfart lAwford atroka In Htattla. Hut you ran't k*>fp a good man down, and tho K«>i'h ri*r lan't feafurlnf on th* »-ourta. th*ra I. lan'l murb that aarap*a him from th* alda llnaa. Rnth Mar**iaa proved h*ra»lf a rarular dark horn* In th* ladl*r alnalea wh*n aha at*pp*d tha third round by trlmmlnir H*l«*n Karl*y In atrafaht ar-fi. Th* la that »h« and ftlta M"y««r will fight it out for a plara In tha finals. Tha matrh hatw*an William Nollan and Art Mallay, won by tha former, tak*a ttia , prt*a In numh*r of aam*a plar«d. Th* two l»attl*d thr*» aetM totallna 42 aarn«<a, , with Nollan finally *rn*rglng tha victor. GRIFFMEN WASTEFUL WASHIVOTON. Th« R-natoni are a/vnUrlnir the title or the "wrmt- TH." The fSrirtrnen are taking big V hance* on the hnnen nn<l not (felting away any too well with It. It you value ytiur watch, let Hayne» repiiir It. Neit to Liberty Theatre. McCarthy Risks Welter Crown at Arena TERRIBLE ! MOTORMAN BATTLES DAVIS Johnny McCarthy, th* terrible motorman from Hart Knu» - l*co, will defend hid Colli wslterwalgbt crown tonight. *ln n he jierfortns at th* local A rot,a with Travle Davl* the hard-hitting boy from Kver.lt. This >ll the second crack Dtvli wtll hnve at the title. Travle won the crown fro*n Jake Abol over In Tacom> a few months ago, only to loso It to Hilly bright. and now tha title haa shifted back to McCarthy. McCarthy In going bettor than erer. M« Ii ons of the r«il veterans of the ring game, and lis* the repu tation of never having been knocked off of his feet. The veteran has lout none of the punching power that ha* made hint one of the biggest drawing j oarda on the Coital. The champion la a alight favorite to win. Iktvls Is no alotich. when It cornea Its putting steam behind hi* punche*. ut he haa fought here often enough for the fitna to know that. The mtln event tonight loeka like an Old fashioned slugging hee. with plenty of clever atuff mixed In to make It a real fight. A corp. of I'.v erett fana that usually cornea down to watch favla battle, ia expected <0 attend the flatlc featlvltiea ai tha ! Arena tonight Val Hontug, tha butcher battler, j ! wim haa a fine ch.tnce of boilng j Mike O'Dowd here aoon If he makea a good ahowlng tonight, will be out 1 Ito nop Army Welch, the Ilremerton j : middleweight. In tha semi wlndup I Welch ha* been billed to bo* here ' several this will be hla flint ahowlng In tha local ring Welch has the goods, according to Toung Hector, the Ilremerton heavy wetght, who haa worked out with Welch several times In the navy yard city, ftontag la In swell rondl lion right now and the dope aaya ha should win unjesa Welch la a lot better I haa egpected. OTHKR BOITK ON TOVIOHT Thre. Other bouts ""are on the Arena card tonight, wllh Willie Keeler. the local heavyweight, bnflng a big fel low named Kent In the spe, ial event Keeler will have to show a lot of Im i provemenrt tonight If he wants to fight here again, because his last few showing* here ha\e been distinct fit* vera. Too much running away has spoiled hla boula. Not much is known of Kant Young Zu«u. a Filipino boy with a monicker like a head hunter, will do hatUe with Joe Wopp. the hard working welterweight If names count for anything Wopp la In for a large evening. Kddl* Ifuntar and DtxW Walker, a pair of newcomer*, will open the show. Billy Burke wl| referee and will hand out the decision) with out the help ®f judge*. BKNMMINN TO BOX lorcmax Joe lUmJamin. the Portland tight weight who stopped Harold J one* here a short time ago. Is billed to bo* Richie Mitchell, the Milwaukee star. In Milwaukee on June 10 This Will be a real test for Joe, aa Mltrhell la one of the reaj cracks In the light weight division In the country. TO I .INK IT -SCOTT PIUM.RtM The headline event for tha ftcott wmoker. which wtll (si stared by The Star at Überty park Wednes day night will be lined up today '•hances are that the winner of the n»vt* McCarthy match at tha Arena tonight Will battle Hilly Wright. The other bouta will be announced aa fast aa they are lined up There Will l* S meeting of the local pro moters helping to Una up the pro gram called Saturday at 10 a. m at The HU»r. 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S ear Torh I. r||r aga t. ait. t. 4 4. piu»bt»*g l ROTH NO VIOLET WASHINGTON.—Bobby Both 1* Bo shrinking violet. The fact 1* that he 1s a llusslan sunflower when It to making .pc, he. for th* Senator a "Even a professor can learn" THE PROPEtIOR dropped Ib. | PELL for It. and mc • • • ... LAET NIGHT u< Mid. I'M JAKE for keepa. • • • ... HE MAO a puwle. AND SITTIN' on the world.* • • • ... YOU KNO\W h# speaka. AND THt aecond on* Mid, Firry seven kmda, -jurr slip'us one. OF HIOHSROW talk, FOR THE doubla-O," SUT HE'D heard. AND THAT «u all TWO FELLOWE talking. I LAUGHED and pointed. •OMEThInQ LIKE thla. OUT THE window. •• • 9 rMI cheese. AND THE prof read. ON THEklnd of butt THE ELECTRIC alga. FOR STEADY etui" AND HE waa on. •EP.LL IT.-mM tha other. THE si™ j'nat'.ald, SO THE flrat on. Mid. "THEY SAtI.fV "IT'S GOT the gooda. • • • • • • AND PEP and all. 'T'HERE may be ft hundred other ' • • 1 ways to My It, but In ffood, JUET TOUCH one off. plain United State*, it'i "they sat • • • isfy." Those fine Turkish and AND YOU'LL be living. Domestic tobacco* and that can't • • . be-copied Chesterfield blend put jHE LIPE of Rellly. Chesterfields where none can touch • • • them for quality and value ,^esterfiefcf CIGARETTES ! b to ISt "It*he" llatk. the New Wit h..ms ran km*, lis* •igiml s mat Is eea trsii fee s sis • "•d t««t«rs. "One the I rnie." which will he made as simn m the \siiko* re4ura le New greai.il> stler ikeit »cMnl mad trip. ll.rh Murphy, former kssttts third aaek.r, who Is now Di«ns««r ef ths < lisrlnlls leSMi Is ths fii.uth Atlsnllr Isssux. wss ssrlously hurt Wi s gsms rs r.nily .li.ti Its wss hit en ths h.sd hr s pllrhsd hsll Ths aoeidsnt eseurrsd • <*i4|tl. of eeeks »«". ths .tnrr res- fi lm instils thru sn Ksstsrn nswspspsr No further word of his twiitiilloa hss 1...0 rsestvsd hsrs. Tonng ftelnhsrit, ths rsemlt pltrh* turn.it evsr is Itestlls rsrasily hr the Mi i»uls Cards only to l-s reesllsd. hss hssn tuisiaA oof to ths HllssukM rlub In Ills A msrh sn sssni Ist lon In i>stt psyrnsnt for Lou North, who la now with ths Card*. mils OUaes. tke Isneldse who haa keen In snd osl W Ike nwjsrs .e», srwl limes, hss finally t" the tmtepeiKlenl I'USS Is l"smns» llssta. Ite wso with the Imllaneltolls teem whwi he lo.>h the hi* liardle II was snilentoaad that Ike *4. I oals I ards luml .aohe.l «e a ileal with lbs In aisns to hrtng Itllie hark late Uts O'DOWD AND ORTEGA DISH UP THRILLER PORTI.AN'D. Ore.. June JS.—Mike O'Dowd. former mliblleweight chain pion of the world, and lluttllng <>r tega, premier I'ariAe Coa*t middle weight, fought a alaahlng 10 round draw here laat night, 00-ordlng to Iteferee Ilenver Kd Marl In. In the opinion of the majority of the fan* and the a port wrttere, O'Dowd carried a good lead thruout the fight and waa entitled to the de- I-Uion. In th«k laat three rounda O'ltowd had a dlatinct *hade over the Oakland fighter, who appeared to weaken under eontlnuoua fuellUulea of right and left hook* and abort arm purxhe*. ttrtcgu's beat round wa* the fourth O'Dowd wa* »t*gg*rcd toward the fatter end of this ee*s|on by atnashe* 10 the Jaw and itomach. The fight wa* fa*t and furtoua from beginning to end. with each man trying to be the aggressor. YALE BESTS HARVARD IN TWO EVENTS HY IIKNKY I. I AKKMJ. NEW LONDtiN. Coniv, June 15 Yale triumphed over ll(®vard tn th* first two svent* of the annual rsgat ta hers t'Klay. winning both the freshman and Junior vsrsity race*. Yal* took the Junior Krarstty race by a full length, whlla ths finish of the freshman event was i losa. Harvard took th* lead at th* start in both racew. but YaJ* spurted at th* one mil* mark. In both event* th* Yal* ues was able to taks the lead at th* half way mark and bold t ontll th* flnlah. FARREN BEATS HONEFELD ban m.vNriaro. jun. n FYankl. Karren bested Willie Hun. fel<t. of lAnceln*. In * fast four round fI»M here la#t nlirhL Kach of th* pair holds a decision o*er Joe ftenlAiuln. Htiff body blows won for Karren. Harry Pel«tn«wr and Jimmy Dun dee slugipMt a snappy draw Bevo Kniroaky won from Ua Mai lock. SCHOOL FOR UMPS PAN VIKOO.—There's coin* to be food umptiinc on the lots In Han Dte«o (his summer A school has been opened to leach the fine art*. MTLWAt'KKR M*n**e r K*an ha* produced some (ood-looklne ball players thl* spring. Artie llutler la pla>-tng hang up base bail at sec ond. with few flaws. Mf »Hmw. plaf*f and rmalt fnr htm II I*/ piping. U* Fohl, fom»r man»|«r, «>»• nf 111* h««t il»v r lt»|»r 1 ■ nf plfhlliff »«Unl tn !>••«!,all, haa up hr tha fit. Hr'iwvia to . <>a« h »h»lr >oun« pii' h«i> Th»r« la hunJlr a Ml i«r hurlinic tutor In tha founlff thaw Kohl, and It a* If tha Hrowna pullrd a ariiart mova l#jr algnlrig w|» tha vataran. nitrl«r Ftarvov, aataran Katlanal l»a«wa Mi«n«l #ark*r, wha haa ln-wi trailed a)M>ut aa oftan aa anjr plar*r wi th« hi* ahow. la a«aln on tha rnarkat lla ■«! blmaalf In had wMh Mai>a|»r Mltrhall «f tha rula r»f«f»tl|r by lirrak !•« training rttUa. arid now Mltrhall aaya that llar««>« will play a not h« f arna with tha «'uha lla mar ha Irafl"! to V'hllatlHphia aoon, *rrordiaf U> CliUago hoar ha 11 arrlbaa. 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Another fast game will ha played at Woodland park Hunday after noon between the Int'rbay Juniors and the Hli*mro< k club Tha Hham rock club ahould l>e able to cop the a* they hava a claeay junior tea/n Tha liallard lien vet a, lead era In that section, had a lough time beating the Shamrock bunch, having to go 12 Innings and finally winning by 1 count Mullen or Muley will probably »tart the gome for tha Shamrock club. Ilurke Is playing a (tar game «t right field tloullrig out two clrctitt hit* In last Sunday'* game, liob and 11111 lion nelte are filling up the hole In aec ond and abort In great fashion Sullivan la doing the receiving for the team. The game will decide third place |n league No 1. Another game will be stageO or, Columbia field when the Columbia Slicker* take on the Spartan At,li If tic club. The strong Madlaon Park team wtll take on the t'Avaller club at Waahlngton field. In their contest Hunday. Jaycox will probably start for the park boy*. The Cavalier club loet the **rvlce* of Bob Thor hurti, when he was released to the AWAIT BOB'S SHOW SAN KHANCWOO.—Extravagant claims a* to Bob JUrtln'a prowess it* a haymaker puncher have troust d C'wst fans They are await ing hla proposed lovaalon wtih e*«er neas. ttctdat. jrnrm «f, tw. Kail* club, *0 Ui»T h« « against It for • fwlrler. Bl> Johi st/.n will probably start tha gar) for the former Walla Walla Junln% 4 SSSmm >«w\ l iOm writ »lown to 4f* f««l l»*fora tl»# "»h»nif«Hi ri«l» hf • 14 I ru«iit 1m( hindar nt M. F. Dtf field. Ths Tntarbay Junior* wsnt * gams with tha Mount Hakar Junior* on »ba fourth of July. KhoulU Mount flak«r thlf 'hftll*n|«, one of tha | ifiinu In Uia lasgue should ton gssa. The Hsllgrd Jiaa rers srs strsngthsti* i Inff their team for »halr Mr gsrns with Mount Haker on July 11. Mlka Naffsr, who tri«<) out for the H#-a»tls ' "ast >sgus tram lift yMr, hM br»n d#riir#4 ; *iigibie and wiU bs In tbs gams at third ; baas. P'iMm K»ff«r, ttis wtfl hnwn r»ewey M< !«'jf)i!Wi and Burgh, two for* mar Italian) high school atara, aliglbls . for moniid dutjr. K4 riHM. former Hraaiwray blg% srtioat rairhiv, wtll prtteMj atari behind «be bat for Tnilarad Randy In tbrir |am# *«inday wilh IJrsgble at < olambtn A M the heme teems for Hon day's gams# should let tha sporting sdltor know before Friday nlgnt what tlmi toslr gsrya will be played. Any fltar leagns team daslrtaf ta piny Isagus games on tha fourth of July • i.ould Inform TUs Mtar sporting editor tbla was It Br In# horns noma of Boldt'g Lunch Pantry arid Hard Roll*.— i ment.