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FARMER SHADES HERMAN IN TACOMA HEADLINED 7jl£jp*mv& w THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING PITCHER, OR THE PHONEY PROMISE BESIDES the mystery of the missing pitcher that Cin cinnati owes Seattle in the Herb Brvnton deal that sent Seattle's star flinger to the Keds a couple of. weeks •go, with the promise attached that we would receive a first-class hurler to replace him, linjrer a couple of other promises made the Seattle fans at the time the deal wa* made. Those promises were that Manuel Cueto, the Cuban star, who refused to report at the start of the season, would eome to Seattle immediately and that another .300 hitter would be lined up right away; Seattle has enough .300 hitters now. And we can struggle along without Cueto. These promises were evi dently bits of baseball gossip. But we do needi another first-class pitcher to replace Brenton. WHERE DOES SEATTLE FIGURE? Perhaps Cincinnati isn't able to waive pitchers out of the big league who would help Seattle. But what good under tile sun does that do Seattle? Hie Seattle squad, still fighting for the pennant, should have been protected. It was breaking faith wtth the Seattle fans for the club owners to let Brenton go until a pitcher to replace him was on the ground. Oakland had a chance to send Hack Miller to the Chicago Cobs, but the Cubs couldn't deliver the players that Mana ger. Howard wanted and the deal fell thru. And Oakland n in the pennant race just like the sultan of Turkey- casts votes in the United States senate. BUILD UP TEAM AND THEN—BLOOIE! % The Seattle baseball officials did go out and get some teood ball players after the season started. And they did Spend coin then. But after getting a good team together Why did they sell one of the best players we had. and de liver him in mid-season, with ths club finally in the pennant hunt, without protecting the pitching staff? "Die same officials will either have to produce that pitcher pretty soon or the Seattle fans will do some tall thinking on their own part regarding the good faith of said Officials. iCTwrreg siSK 1 jssasssstrsSb Pai« Hwim. wrM't hM«Miv#t(kl ChMßften. far aril «r*k, wkm h# will Iwt Dnm; WtMhK Um wtrM'a UU»- WhO# t(M fine aratlif romo to m* th# full «tml, Cloy Hit# hu lb# rigbt »«!•# tp t«7lnf to brlnf wm« «•» |r*limlH«ry Wy* h#ro. Mom# of th# b«tt*r '*<*▼• wh« iMlv# d#rD«notrntod that thoy will fight Irt Rat icribttr and Kddio ir'N#ill, th# 4n«rort*a b»num*. Mik# r>#P»ato. th« ond RaJlor Klllnrftn, th# fkr*m»r!ao iighUo. Son* of Uhw f#S tftw# or# ••rld bMl»r». but tb*y fight. I»d th»y'»t «»w Olv« m mort Mk# '•«' ROBINS AND SOX MOVE UP IN MAJORS By I. K. HUNOIARI) KEW YORK. S*pt. I#.—tTßcl* WUbert Robinson'* Sylphlike figure Main graced Ui« top of th« National Itogu* hasp today. for th* "sleentli time thin Muon, while the diminu tive Kid (rleanon wiui ba>-k in second pbn> in the American league by the Simple process of licking lloeton •tending ntitl as the Indians m««sn Cred the Yankee*. Any time a day pu«n without •ome switch In the standing of the 4rst three team* In each circuit the flkns feel cheated. They got their Honey'* worth yesterday. Cincinnati lost the lend In the Na tional league, the Braves forgetting themselves In the second game of a double-header and pounding the day WILLS AND McVEY BARRED PHILADELPHIA. I'a.. Sept. 10 Harry Wills and Sam McVeigh, negro heavyweights, may be barred from fighting here a* a result of their grandstanding In their bout Wednesday night. Their money Is being withheld pending sn Investiga tion by Director of Public Safety Cortelyou. REACH GOLF SEMI-FINALS ROHI.TN. K. T.. Sept. 10. -The semifinals of the national iimiiteiir golf championship thought Pranci* Oulmet and Bobby Jones of Atlanta together, while Chirk Evans of Chi- Cftgo played Ned Allis of Milwaukee HIRE SLUGGER JOE CHICAGO - Slugger Joe Jackson ha* signed a new contract It'* not wUh Kid Glea son. but with Ht. Pe tersburg. Pla, winter baaeball, pro moter*. Joe will manage a club there this winter. BULLDOGS PREPARE CANTON. Ohio.—Jim Thorpe, who made Canton the hotbed of profes elona! football, has hi* Bulldog* about In line. Grlgg of Texas will re turn a* quarterback. He's a darb. GOSH! THEY TRAVEL HT. PAUL. Minn - Pans In Ht Paul have learned to say those sweet words. "Won again," so often that they've quit reading box scores. The Kalnta are away to the good ia a one aided raca. Th* fono didn't tak# bf»<tly to th# ■ounr«(n«at thot Horry io»». tbo hu mm wtndmill, hod Ni»« h **' to kut Tfo*«o I»o* >#. tbo C"o*#t mrttmr king. OO Auolin A Holt • tint Mit «#«k a »• .. i I blN'trfinf vtlli vrifltt, th# fono don't think m*rh <•( hi# rhon<r« with o rJ«#r f» o» Ilk# Dovt# Rut « a i# **#rt min U» rui|B l>o fit kruuoU. if nothing #.ao. H#lnlo hnmttin. form## Ta^Hni llfhtvtlflt, »• making v#«r| trtun I KM *«f H# ft *%od b bird nam«d C> l*ary la 11 round# tho otb#r night. <w* thing obeu? Hrfiumion .# that h# ttk»o raro of btrnoalf and ho • of«oy# in <<»r»«ll!i©n to gtvo th# fon# o run for th#lr «non#y. lights out of three Red pitchers, get ting an even br»ak In the bargain MIL Brooklyn drubbed the Cards and was one largo Juicy "point" ahead of the Reds. The (liants. who took a Hiking from the Cubs, wer* two gnmes behind Cincinnati. Hecau*e R*b» Ruth got only one homer yesterday Instead of eight, the Yankees lost to Cleveland. 10 to «. In the curtain raiser of th* "crooshul" series in Speakervtlle. The White 80* flipped from third into second post tion hy Oarrlson finishing the Red So*. ( to 5. Thai put the Indians one full game ahead of Chicago, with the latter half a game to the good of New York The fans had the same menu to choose from today. BAR COLLEGIANS AKRON M« n playing on college teams will he barred from on the Ohto professional football teams this fall. Cities that are hacking pro el<yns *re* Akron, Canton. Dayton and Cleveland. WILL USE PILLOWS PHILADELPHIA. Ten ounce clove. will ti«. used In college boxing, according to present plan* Only "Oft hand handle* will I* permit ted. TED'S AMBITIONS NKW YORK None other than Ted (KM) ho* ambition* to lift the vintaged Jack P.rltton's crown. Tei) looks better aince his visit to England. MACKS LOOM UP PHILADELPHIA. —/tonkle, „re irlvinK odd* Muck wotft finish In the cellar In mi. Critic* believe they have passed the doormat aUge by. HOLDS FAN RECORD OMAHA Oscar Puhr, the Omaha southpaw recently bought by the Cub*, ha* fanned m batter* no far thl* season. He'll report at the clofle of the Western league season WANT RACES I/>H ANOELEH Sunny Jim Cof froth and Karon Long, of the Ix,w..r California Jockey dub. are planning another big race meet at Tijuana. I<orig Mexico has authorized the meet. 1 Slang originated from the gypsy 1 tongue. It lined to be a secret lan Kuage of that raca. MADDEN ROBBED IN BOUT WITH JONES frank Furnifr, the veteran Ta«-<> ma heavy*ei«ht. who aom. think atartad rifthtuiß *h»n faeear led hla army Into Haul. ahowed the hove In Tacotna laat nlicht that he ran atlll j atep around rather llvelv for a batit headed mitt alln«rr. when he .haded Tiny Human. Chat Mclntyrr'a prea j ant prt»ll*y. In tlx fairly (a*t round* The declalon waa a draw. Kamirr atarted out Ilka a whirl wind, parkin* hla t runty right mitt on Herman'* Jaw a couple nf time, and ahook tha oppnaltlon from roof j to "do«a." Herman. after loalng tha ft rat j round, atarted rough hotiainc hla lighter opponent In tha rlinrhea and hla hard punrhea In tha rlba alowed. Farmer up aomewhat The fight wu fairly avan. however until tha aluth. whan Katmer opened up again with an amortmant of awkwardly rlever right c-ntaeea on tha chin that fooled Herman and Partner hud him real-J ing hadly a couple of Umaa. IIKKMW DANCSS AS I M AL Herman fought Ma naual dancing aahihltton and hla only weaimm were a left Jab and hla hemming and hawtnc In the cllnrhea. Herman hlta pretty wall with hla left hand but furgeta ha haa a right A big fallow Itka Herman ought to pack an awful wallop. I.lovd Madden, who fought a draw with "lied" Oage In Heaitla Wednea day night, filled tn on tha Taroma card, miiing with Krankia Jottaa, the i California welterweight. Itefnee RJux-k. of TacofiMk who la In a claaa by hlinaelf when It cornea ta living up to hla name, certainly ■hocked the member* of tha mitt fra larnlty preaent whan he handed tha derlalon to Jones It waa another all round go and If thera waa a'nyj ■hade at all It belonged to Madden Tha worat Ijloyd ahould hate had waa a draw. Jonea appeared alow and Madden played 100 rough for him at umaa. RAMIKAt MIOI IJ> <|l IT KINO Jimmy lUndeau. the atlege.l nght er from Itremerton. realty ought to quit fighting before aomebody alnk« a good punch In hM tummy and rulna him for life. Jimmy la the middleweight who took one of Jim my Storey'* crack a on the Jaw oeat a year ago and waa out for half an hour. He* tha »imr Jimmy that son tag nearly ruined wtth a wallop In the wind Oram Randall., aTa coma middleweight, hit him a cou pie of time* in tha hack and once In the aide in a clinch right at the atart of the flrat round laat night and itAndaau quit. I.udwlg Jonea. tha bantamweight member of tha Jonaa family of Ta coma, won tha datialon over Kddie Moore. the Kttlf Neat tie flyweight after the beat bout on tha card Jonea won the palm by knocking Moore down twee m tha aecond j round Jonea outweighed Bddia con I ■tderably and hla reach Waa too long for the lute Seattle miller. Young Jack Itempaey, a Puyalhip light heavyweight, put up a awnll fight in hla flrat go when he won from Toung /.ukowaky in tha eur tain raiaer. I>cmpe*y hit hard and . ahowred that he waa tough Zukow i ■ky la the aame fellow who licked I* r#d Kant here W.dneaday night. SALT LAKE SERIES SEPT. 15 That all important series with Rait lAke will open herw Wedniwlay, September It. After those seven games there Is but the series with Sacramento here and basehall will tie officially cJos-d In Seattle as far as local combat is concerned There still remains a flock of gamea for the tribe to play with the Oaks befors the club starts home The series with the Rees. however, will Just shout decide Seattle* fate for the rest of the season A. cleanup on Halt I«ke and the sam" do** for ftacramento should put the Seattle outfit In ' gravy" for the season, The hitters are kicking thru, and If the pitching can only hold up th* future five weeks don't look so gloomy The pitching staff is the big worry now. GORMAN TO BOX FLORES AGAIN Joe C.nrmnn. the Portland lightle. find Marrarlo Flore*. the hard sock little Klllplno. who put up » whale of a fight at the Arena Wed n.-sday, wilh ml* again In Austin ft Holt'* show at the Arena, the rom in* W'Hn^day. Travlr J»ivJ* and Harry Caary, wrl trra. will mill In th«» aecond half of th*» doubl«- main rv^nt. Th« r**nt of th* card will h* an nounred within th#» STRAW HATS IN CLEVELAND CI/EiVKLANI), Hept. 10.—A couple dollar** worth of atraw hata, the !a*t of the wwon, lay piled In on* corner of the American league ball park here today. They w*-r»» Joynu* offering" of frenzied fan* who Raw the Indiana wallop the Yankee y eater day. £loudy weather prevailed for to day'* K«mr Caldwell and Hhawkey were the probable pitching aeler tion* Local official* w*rf» Invoatl (rating rumor* circulated that Ila be Kuth and other fankecH were killed in a wr#»rk. (i ambler a were l>ell#»v*Hl responsible. MOSTLY IRON WICHITA PALLS, Texas Jame* Zlnn I* being called the "Iron man" since he pltch'-d a no.hit norun game against Houston recentiy In the first end of s double header and then al lowed but Uirea blnvlea in tiie see ond THE SEATTLE STAR Young Seal Start. Show Promise I'pp^r—Kd OTonnell l>jwer Jo» («>nnoli/ Kd gr.d Jo# are two of the prom Ulng youngvtert playing In thr Coawt league thla year They're both with the grata. OTonnell playt flrat ba«e. whU«* t'onnolly holda down •n outfield berth- I loth are pretty guod hi tier a iHfil 'hoi xn rovfr lraoi k haakk Tha Angwla d«f#atad tka Haaaarw 4 to ft yaatarday. bui rwuidw i rapaat iba aar<*nd gama b*tng rallwd aftar Ift Innings witk lha 9rt>tm ft ail fvrtira bald tna Mr t'radltllaa to thra* |*Ha la tha f rat bat tla Fitrhar ftuiktilaad galting tvs-lk.fOa of Ihsm. Tha Vamon ftarramante doubta-baadar waa alw. «pt f ih* Tig*fa Winning ta in ft and lb- ffamatnra I to la High and » had bwu'na ragiatarad clf«0lt (labia la tka f.rat ewwiaat. Th« gam* •( fett vta pe« <J«M !• inrltmtni »*«th«r. IN TIIK MU4IKN IW • trlpl# R«N« Atith a « tn hom«f. and th« In4.ana •Uu|ht»f«4 «h» T• «a« It Jo 4 to Ik* (ifi cam* of IDi bt| Mtlta. P>l#rh'a atnfta mUh tha t»aa»a rltit t*r#d put lh« Whiu Hot la front of tba it«d lUa. 4 ta |. Wh»t» 7.a»-h WhMl HftM ana tha wall In lh« •»«*«> nd in«t|nf. i| «+* «i| •♦•f for tr»* ' ar.lt The Itohina I>rr»i« | thru lit* r*ct of iti« |tiu«, •iamiii • la L Tha ruho* own. Al*«and*r tha fSr»«t. won hi* »m» with tha OitnU, J to |. vim a •infl# la tha ••wnih Roth. fol*t ♦» rl*ht field for tha lUna tora. »*arn« thru with a hnmtr In th« lllh and decided tha a*<<w»d gam* of a dou- Me headar with tha Hrowna 3 to I. Tha ftonatora took tha flrat. I to t. Tho RHi h* their ap!lt «Hh tha ftravaa droppad Hark In a*-*nd p'a« * Thay loot th« aece> nd iama, II to 7, after Bllar had ptt< h»j) tb»ro to a t to I «i> larjr In tha flrat Pnndar tha Ptrataa* prlte pttrhar pari flad tha Phlllla*. 7 to 4 TENNIS UPSET NfCW YORK. -Tb* victory of John«ton nn,| Orlffln In the national 'loubl** trnnla rhamplon*hlp mny forw th» rofnnilttne to u*<> firtffln on th» tiavlii cup tnxm which both to Anntralla In txwmbrr, Ttlf "*n*iir **h.~ which |rmn In Hlrlly. con Win* a up which Ikirdriwi Into rrtjcli* aufrur. Right Off the Bat They Please Tn the purchaser of n Marcee De Luxe— his pleasure starts with the first pipe ful—no disagreeable tongue burning when breaking in. It is a joy t« own one of these exceptional pipes. I SWLSPRING CIGAR CO.x^ t&tv -'Nc- vm 1707 Klril Ave. tih |*ik«- St. ■ HOB Fourth Ave. I 910 Second Ave. I Ktrorl Cur Token* Sold I »t All Storm I TTO gggg^gftEE) t'lrat liams goalila « Alt It II TO A T. Mlddiaton rf «... 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Kuppenheimer clothes answer these questions the way you want them answered. You buy satisfaction when you purchase clothes at CHEASTY'S. * TIE SPECIALS Be sure to take advantage of our unusual values in Neckwear. Our windows portray the excellence of our offerings in Ties—this week's specialty. " Values Tell" ♦ Buy a Tie C,heasfy f s 3uy a Tie . ft Likly Luggage and Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks •f'aopar ft o • ft 0 0 t Mltga I ft ft ft ft 4 TtUto .. is i • tt M i •foopar haitrd f„ r fn.rn.an in alnth. waikad t Hatted for Allan In nJntb. A« «»ra by innings -•"aula 44ft?4ftft44* * Hikland OOOOrtftlOO l Nummary Tv.j has* him liohna 2, l'" ,n, a" iftcrlflcs hit Nlatxilil llaa-s on balla Off Uardnsr I oil Ait*n I Hiru' k out llf <latdfi«r |, |,> Altm i I»«Mihle Clays lirul.«i)»r to Knight to <iul«to. Knight to HruhaJier to 'iuuin It una r+ g (m> rife IMr f„ P 1, Allen 2. 1 m pirea Dyrtft nnd K«t»n. r%nnr f-o%#rr ir.Ac.vr. Won. Fri Vamnn », fl l 4;! 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Nalthar (irary nor Arlrtf wara any too affa< tlve, (iaary l>rinir wild. Horry (lurdnvr, tha nets of tha fla hiila pitrhinic Ntiiff. and young Altan. ona of Iha H<juaid. hfHikafj up in h pltchlnK duel In tha aftarnoon. Manilla winniriK. 2 to 1. Hunched hlta In tha fourth brought in two runa for Haattla whlla tha Ciakfi count ad thair lOftft run In tha aavanth on m walk to Bru hakar and Dormftn'i doubla. Hill Htumpf, Haattla ahortgtop. wan auk in tha fourth Inning of tha aftarnoon guntf and waa raplacad by Hal bold. * « WEST AND EAST AGAIN PHTtfADKLPHIA. I'n.. Hapt |o.— Wftftttrn tannla plJiyara today war* to try to ovrrcooift tha land gain«<d by tha Kait In tha intarwa<-tional tan nls tournnmant at tha Garmantown f'rtrkat club O. C, CftlUT, Kant, will maat W, T Hay a. Wftftt, mnd H. Nor rla Wllllama. Kaat. will maat C. J. (•rlffln. Waat. In tha alf|g!#»a W M Wanhburn and William H Johna#>n. Kaat will play W F. Ibtvia and K. Itobartg. Waat. In the dou blaa miDAT srcrTKMnm in. itw. - C=>J E3 * A f'tng \nmimrint at flrosdwsf by tha nam a nf Thompson. frew I'm Nulrm, lent, will aw«lat Mlkr In Marklnf Ihr ll»silw; bi|H Mliwd "II" thla tesMin. flromtlwrnr will nnt •la'-t thalr captain to r»pla'a Hart Urfmnn, who «i|| at land school In tha Kaat until t a firat iMm xjui'l haa baan ■•iwtsd. Thar# •ra four ut+fi allglhla fof tha Jol# l'ar> f Kgtvrdt. tha hlg tarhla. Walton, fulU >O/ f (»tto Mrlaak. halfback, and JaH Mhlrlay. at llna«man Ralph Knapp will ba In '•harga nt gym rlaaa#-a at Franklin again thla y«*ar. Ha put In a atranuona aornmar aa In •irunor at lha public bathing h*a- h»-g during tha aumtn'r fla " a/bad taa I f I*l kiln track taam Uat sprir.g. I Inroln a boo Id hata a pfHtf gss4 ha«4ifllall Irsm this y*mr with Hill Ha»aga. guard; "llsltlai" ftaaaf«r<f siid ( spt Hill Nullan. (srasrda, and Mrsrs Hrak«-th. rantar, tha lat lar man Is rrlftrn. 4m*U Ilrkar4ag # furasnl, la atar aga, and ( kirk folk, gward. gradaatad. It haa nnt b»*an aa wha»h»r or not tha high a^hoots attampt ao»r*|vihis aaaaon or not Hmad* way. I/lnroln and Qwn Anna triad It laat year with pratty fair aa^taa. Tha flrat high school grid gam»«a wttl gat uadar war on Friday. O tobar I. aad Halurday. Oct*bar ft. DID JESS MEAN IT? WICHITA.—Whan Jaaa Willard waa in |*lorem*\ Kan., on oil buai naaa. aoma fan gava him the rmzi> about hi* IVmpaay undoing. Jang whlrlr-d on hia tormentor and aald« "It'll b* g different atory next time.* Bonar I <aw i« (he rhftmpion rhewg player of the liritiah houae of com mon a.