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ANGELS WILL MAKE STAND AGAINST THE TIGERS ! KILLEFER'S CELESTIALS THREATEN VERNON'S HOLD ! ON COAST LEAD; BEES j OPEN HERE WEDNESDAY BY I.EO 11. LASSEN ■ After dropping into the second division for n .short time "Rod" Killefer, IjOS Angeles pilot, has his Angels going full speed ahead, and today thoy are but five Ramos behind the league-leading Vernon Tigers. The Celestial City tossers jumped into third place during Will "Babe" Ruth Make It 50? I Behemoth Crashes 49th Homer Will "Babe" Ruth, the demon of swat, crash his 50th home run? That's what fans thruout the country are asking today as they read about Ruth's 49th homer, whkh came in the sixth inning of the game with Detroit Monday. One man was on base. The blow, which was off of Ehmke, turned the tide in New York's favor and the Yanks won, 4 to 2. i DODGERS LENGTHEN 1 LEAD IN NATIONAL; i AMERICAN IS STILL NECK AND NECK RACE NEW YORK. Sept. 14.—Just a few more such days a.< he has been enjoying lately und Uncle Robbie of Brooklyn trill be in the market for a tack hammer. The implement frill be needed to fasten a National league pennant to a pole Itt Ebbets field, planted there for just such an emergency As seems to impend. i The Robins slammed the Chicago Cubs yesterday for two afetories while the New York C.iants won one game and the Cincinnati Reds lost one.. The day's events shoved th» Brooklynites out in front by a margin of five full games. | As the teams squared off today, the Robins had 14 more gi«i— to play. An even break in that list would put it hp to the Reds to win 16 of their 21 remaining games to #l»im the rag. The Giants would face the job of winning 15 oat of 18 games. » The American league still exhibits a horse race. Cleve land, New York and Chicago won their games Monday *n/4 loped along on practically even terms. Cleveland ono flerinrl ahead of the Yanks, the New Yorkers nine points to the good of the White Sox. f FAOrtC CO AWT tJEAC.m W««. L>-»t. Pet WfMM a-. >1 71 .»*• alt lake Cllr »• « >»« Lea Aagelea »T " «»« aa Fraaeiaoe »* T» .*»• MMIe « 1* »klan<l »• «T «T» •etlaad Tt «« »»S fcaram-nto M »« .411 AMERICA* I.EAOt E Wm. lioat. Pet ■lllftlßiKl »♦ «J3 »ow fork i 7 U «2« Chicago »& »4 in it Until M 44 .OI Wton (« 72 .474 frSiiiwrtoo •• 75 4St I 13 *« ;>a fllMHphu 44 » .*24 * Chirac-> If. Washington 4. 5 ' Ctovlaad ft. Philadelphia |. New York 4. Dotrolt 2 Boston ft. fit Loula 4 (1« lnning«>. VATIOXU IJUr.IK Won Ijnmt. P»t Srooklyn . m 57 .fttl Cincinnati 74 ft* Ml »«w York 14 «• .*»» Ptttaburg 7ft 43 .IN Mtoe*to a... *7 71 .444 WL Louie a•• a a 4) 74 444 •ooton »4 75 414 Philadelphia »1 41 atl Brooklyn 7-7. C*ti«a#o 1-1. PbiladelphlA 4. ano'.nrsaii 1. fa Boston I. Plttaburg 4 . 4 New York 7. ill I»uto i. FLORES SHOULD BE IN TIP TOP SHAPE ! Marcarin Flore*, the Filipino Uirljt MlfhL ahould be In much better Condition for hie second bout with Joe Gorman at the Arena Wednes day night, judging from the amount •f work the little brown man ha* tmen doing the past we<-k. He ha* Aone conidderable road work and ha* boxed a lot with Young Zuzu. who I* hi* "official" sparring partner, florea knockwj off hard training Monday, and will Just do Ught work today. Gorman, who shaded the Filipino butt time, ha* yet to arrive from Portland. The little Rose City gladl War la in good shape, a* he Is boxing regularly. He will be a slight favor Ke to win, Judging from the showing HERE'S WHAT THE CRITICS SAY: " Th# Acquittal' In «k«nrhlnit (hrou|b«ttt| the atmos phere of «n*|fn»r la niiitalned until the ronrludlncc —find yet the piny dlterice* from lt« prrriiraori In that Ita hnmor In wvvrn Into every altuatlon."— I'aat-lntel llfturrr. ** •The Acquittal* la #fm dull for a moment, and flin rraftnmannhlp la aa effective thnt Improbability bn«me« probahlllty—lt la enough to miy that the »holr thing la iatereatlnic and mo«t entertnlnln*;."—The Time*. M The Acquittal* furnl«he« n natlafactory rvenlnx'a #ll - One leaven the theatre at lOtdft with the eom fortahle feellnic that the end of funtlce In utrvetl | thnt lo%e ha« triumphed. and thnt one hnnn't apcnt one'a $2.70 (InelndlnK war tax) In tain."—'flic *^nr, ABOUT GEO. M. COHAN'S PRODUCTION Of That Absolute Dramatic Triumph "THE ACQUITTAL" NOW HERE—THIS WEEK With Matinee* Wednndaf and *al«rdny METROPOLITAN BY L. R. BLANCH ARD r* THE MAJOM CVrwataekl* b*l4 *ha IndlaM f*» ftrwt pltrt If win rvinf from Iho AthlatKa, I to a. llobo Tltith'a O'h h»mwr the Tank* In front of tha Tif*r«. 4 to L Tha Wfclto Ho* kapt woll «rp fn tft« b«nck by troMo lng tba M*o«it>ra» Ift to 4 Tho Rfltlna took lw» from tho Cuba, making It 14 straight. Pfwffar won hie an-1 with tba ajatatAnra of Mamaux. got by, 1 to J Tonay. for tbo GUaUb ahut out tba Car da. 7 to ft. f Rlswy «ot tha PbiUtac to Ufb» wl Jolted tbo Rod a, 4 to S. HoopoT'a Mrrtflre In tho 14th a*-or»4 tho Red Hoc winning rn« to tbatr l-to-4 battla wltb tho llrt>wn^ flrott hald tho rtrmt«« to throo blta. and won for tho Br»*«a. t to |. Tha Naw Tork Tankaaa aaom to hnwa the faculty of roroln* nanrar to Ttrat plana without tou« hint It thaua any otbar club in tha major l»*«ua«. |*i Ml>, rap Hal mt U»o now rpvMle of C'aowho- H|oe ok ta. boMia of o mod orn elklrtir (ledlim which ran ac remmadaU I ro ono prrwaa. made by the two at laat week's smoker. . Austin ft Salt hare lined up some rood supporting bout*. The reot of the card follows: Travle Tfcivl* vs. Harry Caaey, wel te rwelght* Young Ham tAngford v* Frank Pete, lightweight*. Young Jack I.>emp*ey vs. Young Zukowsky. light heavyweight*. Mickey Harmon vs. Harry Ulddle. lightweight*. The dsy Is not fsr distant when s terser who outrrnws the standardised weight of i hla claaa will have to step into th« di ! vlaton nast abova him, no matter whether he tie a world's champion or an obscure j second-rater. the past week when they mauled the Portland Reavers seven times and tied the Rose City boys in the eighth start. With the sivtuon huvlng but a few weeka to ico. the Ho* Angelea Vcmon wrloe. which o|>ena In I»* Angelea tcxtajr, may have an Important bear- Inn on the league title. A i b<anu|i for I .on Angelea would holm them Into flrat place. aa tt'» poaalble for th«m to paaa tho Tlgera. altho It'a hardly proMMs. Seattle upfiui tfilnat Halt Lake for a wnk'i aerlea Wedneeday The Lvlke aquad la four (antra ahriul of the locala. A cleanup for Angelea and Swittlr would make the race a mighty tight proposition. If Salt I-ako wlna here «nd l*m Anatrlra check* Vernon Ilia lleea will be In the lead agalh While Seattle fana will ha watch Inn tha Salt l«ake Seattle »«rtaa With Uia moat Interaet thla week, aa the local aenaon la Juat about due to cloae. nevertheleaa the real bug* will keep a moan eye on tha r.'aulU of tha Vernon Una Angelea atruggla. SKATTI.K riT<IUNO 18 BIG qt KMTION Qui the Seattle pitching aland up under the at ruin of the Iteea" heavy Artillery? That'a the big quna! lon yet to be aolved. With llrenton gt.nc and not yet replaced, and Hay Francla. tha young aouthpaw. harred for three rtra by action of Serre* lary Karrell. of tha National com mtoalon. charging KTancla with con tract jumping earlier In the year. thr pitching ataff doaan't look any too amart. Ilarry Gardner. tha old r* liable, haa been hurling a«me great ball Hob Ueary tlw (Hlv»r«1 In good ahape down South Kmt» Krhorr didn't get by very well, while A 1 Dmiirw won a rmiplo of atarta. Socka 8* I bold pitched one brilliant game—that 17 Inning affAir Uuy Cooper, tha new addition to the ataff. waa a terrible flivver down South, lie may be ueed here once at l»*«t- Ed Hweenajr. the fount aouthpaw. who haa been In the Can adian league during the pajt year, bto re)oln tha club here. The pIU-h lng layout doean't look very bright Hut tha mound man may work bat ter when tha club return* home. MI.T UIQ! STAKS ARK MI.HfOMi Halt Iwike'a attack, which waa the big thing In tha Hal La' play early In the year, ha* been cooalderabty weakened by the loaa of Harl Mag gert and Hill outfle|dera. ra leaaad in the gambling caaa that waa uncovered recently. Hoth of these outfleldera wera cracking tha ball at a tremendnua rata. They have been replaced by old man t>an» Hoap and Ilarry Wolter. Itoth are alow and Juat about thru. Ererybody thought Hoap waa dona laat year when Seattle released him. but haa evidently back for more Tha Ba!ta atlli hare their Infield In tact and praaent one of tha beat In ner worka In the league And thoae boya can hit. Earl Sheely, the teague-a beat Hooter, ta atlll at flrat wltb Krug at aeoond. Johnaon at ihort and Mulllgaji at third make up the quartet. * BKKM fJKT fiOOO I.INE Of l'IT( lllN'f> With Kalph Stroud. Kirk Cullop. "I-efty~ AI liould and young Thurston pitching good b*U. th« IW« are getting nmt of the lw«t hurling In the league. Of this bunch young Thurston show* the most prom Iff of going to the majors noon. He's Jum a youngster, but If he «hi»" the mm* claaa during the present iwrWn that he did when the Hees wer« her* onrlirr in the *ea»on. he should give the local hitters plenty to worry ilmut. KIKIJ) MAY IIF. SOFT AMI SMIW The ftainler V-ifler park may be soft and slow for the Halt I»oke series If the present rnln doesn't let up fThls I* being written Monday, SJO p m., and a young floor! ha* l»een the big feature of the afternoon for the paat two hour* ) The valley park 1* soft, and while the Infield doe* dry off quickly, that outfield I* going to be a weird place to roam, unless the rnln ceaaes Speaking of the ball park, we hear that a new row of bote* haa neen erected to iicrranmodaU 111** Katurday *ml Hun day rrrnt'l*. The new box** have l>een constructed In front of the old IX)Z«B. BAN KHANCIHCO, fiept 14.—A, tl4rd match between Ad Mantel, holder of the light heavyweight mat title, and Jim London, champion of the Greek*, practically wan assured an a renult of I»ndor victory last nlKht over Santel in the civic audi torium here. The Ore«k evened up the score by taking the bent two out of three fall*, but not without a mighty struggle. Jim won the first fall In an hour and &7 minute*. Hantel took the *econd In Jig time flapping J»ndo* In little more than eight minute*. Londos carne hack with a vengeiince And pinned Hantel In 14 minute., 43 second* Several week* ago .Santel won from lncidentally clinching his claim to the light heavyweight crown. Ijmt night's tangle did not involve that title because It wn* at i itch weights, L«ondo* outweighing his adversary hy 12 pound*. King, the «t*r end nf the Phil lip. Andover aeademy fm»tt»*ll tenm lit at year, I* to entar (J«orf«towu unlv«r>lty ■ lil* fall. LONDOS FLOPS SANTEL THE SEATTLE STAR Tex Rickard Controls Biggest Sport Temple DEMPSEY SHOULD STOP BRENNAN K. O. Itrennan, the Chicago heavy weight. ahould ba no mora of an ol> Made to Jack Dempaey than Hilly Ml*ke waa on Labor Hay whan tliey mrrt In Naw York October I. Tha flrat time liempaey mat llr«nnan ha hit him an hard on tha jaw In tha anoiiiil round that *he broke Br«n nan'a ankle. There* no doubt but what Bran nan ran hit much harder titan Mlake, but chancea are that he will ba en buay trying to keep from lie- Ing crucified that ha won't take much pain* in trying to land. Dempaey nan be knocked out. aa Jim Klynn demonativted when he §top|»ed Jack In a round a couple of >eare or an ago. Hut He mi way'a •pml and' boiing ability have Im provrd ao much that It'a doubtful If llrennan will be able to turn the trick. • While Hrennan can hit harder than MUke, he never ranked In Mlake'a claaa aa a Imxer and Heinpeey lim ply Mlake In the Unit round and Aien aunk him by fighting If l>rmj>*ey ae nd n Hrannan to *le*p. fl*ht fan* wlll'ba watching lha Dwrm r»rp»rnl»r'"ll«lllln|" I<evtn*ky bout In llrooklyn Octohar 1} ne*l. If Ih* Kr«ithm»n wlna da naively not hint nhort of a u,hlver*al tklal wave rouM mr atop a IVmp «<-v « , »i|«-niirr nuwtlnf k>dh lima, aoma plac* BLOWING BUBBLES! HT PAt'U Ona of tha atrongrat cog* In (ha rhamplon Kalnta' ma chin* la "Hub M**" l|arpav<i Ila haa hl( fur nrarly JiO haa** thla «ea»on. I® of thrm bolne ovar tha wall. CONNIE MACK MAY AT LAST SEE . DAYLIGHT IN AMERICAN LEAGUE Whan a young pitcher namad Rommel atapprd out" and hrld thr Yankeaa at bay for tha I'hlladalphla Athletkca aarly thla atimmar a lot of folk* grinned and iiuintM that It waa funny." Tha*« ona day tha Yankeaa «trr*f>l tha offrrtnr* of a rhap nahned Haaty all around tha greenaward and a youn* tumnl Krrfe atrppad In tharc anil atopped all furthrr pramdlai* by Uia Yankee*. Funny again? Not on yotir Ufa. New York began to take noma lntrre»t In tha Athlattca. Shortly after Ihk'. ftommel ahut out th» t>rtrolt Tlfm and battled the Whit* Ho* to a standstill. Naylnr and Kwh and llarrl* and Moore, ft lone with the more or Imb famous Droll l>rry. hav* hiwii lure in* In |on>| game* o. < anion* 11/ The larU In lb* mm in thnt Connie Mark. tha anclenl U*dar of I'lnladelphla'a Amerlcwn league chili. In brirlnning to in* daylight thru the »mk of bta old team. Ho U» a buncb of youngster* narm w'to ■ippfur really to know something about hrurehiUl and are not regarded on mark* by any of the mm ottur ciula In the Amrrtran Intuit t'onnla Mack started out In 1t!& to wreck hi* old mat hlne and b'lll I a new one He had reached tmtiif thine like micrea* In HIT. when the war came along and swept hi* ef forta Into the dlscurd. It wan a matter of starting all over again. SOLON CLUB OWNERS MAY SELL 8 A fit A M KNTO. Rrpt. 14— t-ew Morrlng, principal owner of the ftar ramento ball club, Intend* to sell If the Chamber of Commercai don* not exercise Ita option on the club, he aald today Morrlng avid that he probably would get anveral offer* for the franchise thla winter, and want ed to be In a position to accept them. Han IHego, Vancouver, Kreeno and Tacoma have liecn mentioned a* po* klble buyera. Morrlng raid, howfver. that If the right ante Is pat up, he probably would keep the club Morrlng would not admit the club lo*t money, but snld thnt "It la ft poor bualneaa In veatment"* WAGNER WANTS BOUT HERE 0«orv« Warner. * 145-pounder of Klamath K&ila, Orffon, In coming In e and will make an effort to appear in a local amoker In the n*»ar future. Warner whj taken *orlou*ty 111 after a recent go In Oregon and ban been confined to the hmipital for noma time. Friend* here aay that he la In irood condition now and In very anxlou* to dlaplay hi* war*** before Heattle fight fan*. ill©"* Harvey Thorp, the Mlnnoarl welter weight. In iMwkfd for a Iwat with .folitiny Tlllmnn In Ore Moinea thla month. A boom In honing In lonknfl for In Maa nachtinettn thin full, rn»w that the leglnla tlve n't legalising th« eport han torn* Into effect. Fllwn Orennhnw of Montgomery, the new ntnte golf eharnpion of Alnlinma, hn« recently paaaed hi* 16th birthday. Twenty-one Make* wltli an h«M«m| money *nlae totaling: *HN>,OOA will fewlure the annual winter race meet ing of the Cntat-American 4o«-key rlob which In to open at the llmnim track nett lhankngi* Ing ilay. Just Fighting Makes Gorman Pdpular Here HW. (.OiIMAN Fighting from gong lo gong. That'* the mnl of Joa (iornutn'a ilrtwlni power In llw ring (t«m» KeAttle fan* Ilka U> ae* Jo* fl«hl berauae'h* and the word itall i»v«r Ko together. Jo* mn-ia a hard ru»ton»T Wed n*«4»y night at the Arena, when ha take* on Marrarlo Klorra. tha Fili pino K. O artlaL and Mark. greatly dlacou raged. but pallrnt with It. madr tha atari . Mora than 100 ball player* have paaard undrr lha arrutlntalng eye of tha Iran and aleodar leader «tn<r that tlma. a The Mack tnflrld I* by far the haat whl<h haa orkr<l for tha Atb latlra alnca the day* of Mrlnnka. I'ollina. Ilarrr and Raker, fWlftln at tint la not a inal ball player by any maazix. but he la an excel lent fielder and a p rally fair bitter. Maurice fihannon haa been retrieved and la playing a eparkling giune at ■hortatop. Joe I mean haa been transformed Kucceaafulljr Into a third baarman. while Pykr* k putting up a fine pun* at aerond bun. Thla infield la pappy and haa a punch at the bat Young Frank Walker, until re cently a minor leaguer. ha* been * tattooed In center field by Mark and h« I* riving evidence that he i» coin* to be a real star. If* ha* a namesake, Clarenca Walker, the veteran playing left field, and there ure few banler hitter* In Iwlall than thl* red-haired person. Welch, who ha* shown that he l» a bite liaguer, I* the regular In right field. The Mack men have arrived some where. Just where It I* I* rather problematical. Hut the tram litis cenrrd to be a V>ke. and may fln »)i higher than la*t even thl* year JOHNSON SENTENCED TO PRISON AGAIN CHICAOO, Sept. 11 Federal Judge Carpenter today renewed the sentence of one year and j»ne day In leaven worth |irl*on and a flno of 11.600 Imposed on Jack Johnson, ne gro. former heavyweight champion, in connection wtlh alleged violation af the Mann art. The court said If he was "making a mistake. It wo* on the aide of lenl ency." J WHY Pay 15 cents Demand S for 30c Wtolleyft Co., Inc. Sol I rtr 110!) Third Ave. H SritUv, Wiiah. VVfafrWhopfcattlefporti J. \\ r"l»ad"i Henry, ladle* and gfntlenien, la Uie local ewlm veteran, official and riiUiualaat who hdpnl to put over the big Hlar city awlmmlng meet laat month. Thla waa only one of the many thing* that he Itae done to booet the local awlmniing game. He waa Imrn In Ht. I'aul, Mlh neetota, where he ju*t naturall/ 1 learned to awim. In INU3 he went to Kanta t rui, I alifornla. when the Au*lrallan crawl alroke 1 waa coming Into vogue. "Had" picked up the crawl ewim rapidly and waa one of the luml nallng star* of t|»e once famona Nanta ('nil Neplune rlub. He waa knowfl tlten aa "Mllnr Henry. ~l>ad" held the world** record for the under water awim at one time. At the time he broke the world 1 * record he wae hauled out of the wmtrr In an union arloua condition, and It waa doubtful for many bourn whether he would live. Then aa "Had" grew older In year* he cava up the actual • wlmmlng but could not loae In terest In the game. He haa offi ciated u a diving Judge and a The Prep Grid Outlook NO. 3—LINCOLN Head Coach Rudolph Houkup of Uncoln la probably lha I "-at off at llio new mar u far aa material on hand la concerned. Koukup haa a croup of tha fallow* on hand thla >w who helped to wallop ((roadway laat year The new coach exports .to build tha lain •round them • Unrolii la doing dally practice on lower Woodland field Thr field la ralhrr muddy, but thr only thin* that doea la to give (hair aulta a rrgu kar football appearanca. RO\I.K RACK AT QIARTKK For th* pivot poaltlon. Roukup haa lit tla t>nui Royla Hoy I* ran ba ra mamlirrad aa tha freahman who lad tha Rall«pllttara turuin*t llrnadway laat >aar. Ilka brilliant open flald ESS? % drm etaana *pe»ed e« Itraadwar Meadar and** (ha tat*r»hJp el ahar ry ■wtblaaafc )HK P*o«1«* will r*r'at" tk* Qaeaa Ana* ka»k»tbatl taaai Ihla M*aolk T>ier» won't b* any f~«h*l> reama «M» r«ar Tti»r will H# r*pt*<-«.l br froab *«uada la tack of tk* high *chaela lafrr rai »«i ■< j. »Im at*ll>4 a* kai ' in Ml haaliMMl far llmll«»r Iml f«ar. U >i|MMI ta ertsrw to 11m nm kill arfceal lkl> IMk. He to •l.i-rt tor llw <taartoHMM* «r a half la>t >■*• mm llw ifiilaf grtd aqaa4. Il> has to* ■»«■*'■» <*• to MWlmjl leula fliwnM. IJnroln'a atar footkall lack!* lut year, haa Jwl about given up »■>■>«• of sttandlns the of rpfifiti h anu thla year. Ita will go to the Weal "IT* tkto aaaaoa. • Coi Rl<-» of Kmeitear. fthlraldo caret a of fnthhllh and Thornton Mlrtlti of Hreadsay ara tkreo Seattle prep atara mhh rtpwt to *tten<t Ksalern m< hixila tbta year. cot. *ho etara at basketball, foot kail and t>**rt«ll. will go to Outer col lege t'arfla. football and haaketball lum inary. wtll attend llipon callage. and Mar tin. track performer, goee to P»nrnyl vanla. Everything Set for Big "W" Grid Turnout Even-thing In In readiness for the first grid turnout at th* I'm veralty of Washington tomorrow afternoon at l>enny field. Material Ir on band to armm mo<late 100 candldalea, and It l« expected that It will be all taken up before the end of the week Candidate* report at 2 p. ro tH-nny Arid la In good condition, despite the hard rains. There wtll be tto trtrenuoua workout* for the first few daya. ftcrlmntaglng will not begin until aome time In the latter part of next week. I Buy « Boldt'i Better ■ Baking— u Mak* on* *eleetlon frohri |H our irrrat variety of Kino Pantry ami Roll*- and HP you take It homo you'll come back for more. «TKP IlfTO TIIW IB wmwr 0? imm 0 4 LOCATION*— R 013 SECOND AVE. 1414 TKW> AVE j Madison Market heiflc Market lihi4 and Madtua *lO rik* "Had" limn/ atarter In many of tha national meet* In Ihr country for th' l>a»l 15 year*. "D*d" liaa taught and raavlinl many yonng*Ler* tiif dlfftrmt etrnke* anil made atari out of them. At preaent lia la at Ihr head of the lirfrn lake Nrptunr rluh. which luta Mrtnr of the heel )iiuiiiit *wim mliii nlan In Uia city on Ita mrnilwrnlilp lint. "Ilad" "dUi overed" I junbert Hlcrobergh • frw J(W» ago, wlill" ha waa «»miming In Uw) V. M A. tank. Ilmry lia* nothing hut pralae to offer the nwimmrr* and dlv m of Ihr Seattle Cryatal Nwim mlng rluh t'-am, which la narh ail by Dan Vlcker*. In apraklng of Martin ("IMarklr") Kaddrn. tha Crystal , .rlub dlvrr. In- *Ul<* that if fr'adden Improve* In tha n«"*t ( year aa ha ha* during tha pnat •rwuin, ha will ba ona of tha country'* brat diver*. "Had" hsa Judged in many national diving mrrU, and haa aem rao*t ail of Ihr diving *tar* who went to Uir Olymplr ganni, In action, •nd ha bellrree that Kaddcn la ■irarl) thrlr tquil now. running wtui on® of the many feat urea at that cam'- Boyle w»« sec ond all-clta >juarterb»< k laat year. Ha Is unoppoaed for tha pivot posl-j Uon tin* majwn. Chuck Rill looka like a cinch for j fullback. All that run lie asked of' Hill by the Mncolnltes la to play tMe mm* brand of ball that Bill Wllklna did laat year. There la plenty of good men out fur halfback bertha. Captain Toughey llallett looks like he will lie able to \ hold down one of the Jola. Heinle Hyllengren. Walter Frankland and Htew Mathews ire out for a half, too. Walter Frankland la showing plenty of form at present and rhanrea are that he might cop tha place. • N'KW MKN ,%T KNDN l.lncoln will haVe pome new men to hold down the end*. Four base ball players are saplrlng for an entl place, besides tha laat year'a man. Jud Cutting. Johnny Farley. Hill Nolan. Al Baseford and Bruce He* keth are the diamond mm out for place* This la hla flrat year at the grid game, and nobody c*n tell what 1 truce murl-.t do. Funnier things than that lyve happened, however. Bill Havage will be out for tackle. Eugene Hunts, a young husky, la I trying-out out for tackle, along with Hldney Itood and Brick Kllla. For guard*. Snukup ha* plenty of beef, and ahould have no trouble In filling up theae holea. Iw-an Cutting. Bob (iarvln, Hurold Condon and Chrta Andrraon are all out for a guard place, and there will be plenty of competition. KH.HT AT (fNTKB I»ale Huhn and Brick Curtis are fighting It out for the center posi tion. The two boys ahow up equally well In practice and It looks nearly like a flip of the coin will decide that place. Of the "big three," Franklin, Broadway and Lincoln, Uncoln nrema to have the advantage on her opponenta. Of course thing* are up in the air and will not settle down to a steady grind for some time. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Seattle, Washington September 8, 1920 RESOURCES Loans and discounts $7,482,598.1^ U. bonds and certificates of indebted ness 1,061,586.83 Other l>onds, warrants and securities.. 991,261.50 Real estate, furniture and fixtures 44,701.00 Customers' liability under letters of credit 109.084.17 Customers' liability account of accept ances 25,544.15 Cash and exchange 3,346,067.22 $13,060,842.51 LIABILITIES Capital stock $500,000.00 Surplus and undivided profits 559,436.55 Circulation 99,000.00 IT. S. bonds borrowed.... 441,050.00 Our liability on outstanding letters of credit 112,184.17 Acceptances executed for customers... 25,544.15 Deposits 11,323,627.64 $13,060,842.51 OFFICERS M A ARNOLD, President D. H MOSS A. It TRUAX Vice President Cashier C. A PHIUJRICK E. B. KLWKHOHN Vice President Assistant Cashier M. McMICKKN HIKIH ROWLST Vice President Assistant Cashier W. H. BEBBY, Assistant Cashier TTTBTUT, rerTJWRKR 14, 1»». PROMOTER STANDSTO MAKE LOTS OF COIN 11l I/lltltY A. JACOBS NKW YORK. Kept. 14.—Now cumi '"!>*" Itirkard In a new role. Which 1* not surprising. The beet thin it "Tex" has <lon* In his life In to jilny new roles. Just now, of course. It's taking over the manage ment and ownership of Madison Hquure Garden for sporting events. There In no more colorful figure In the sporting history of Amerb* than the lean, spume and bronzed man of the world. who« name la known to nearly every sportsman In America. Adventure him on Fifth ave. and you'd be sure that he had belonged there all hla life, altho you'd be pretty sure Oiat he had vacationed In the bron*lng sun of the op«-n placea. Meet him In the lurid atmosphere of the oil fields and you wouldn't b« at all surprised to see him. clgaret In the comer of his moutb, at the gaming table. • M»t him where you wtlL You'll believe he belongs there. . Travel A life more fun of adventure In the big thine* of life would be hard to find. Ittckard. whose rent name by the way Is George l>-wis. haa been from Alaska to the plains rJ Argentine and from California to J a |>.in. from New York to Kurope and from Africa to Russia. ll* haa punched cattle In Texas. I lie has staked ciaitrv In the Klon | dike. lie haa mined In the great . Southwest, lie acted as financial manager for the man who made mil lions out of the railroads of South I America. lie has run a ranch In Uruguay, lie haa been on Wall at. and I'lca dllly In Ixindon. He haa been a I lumberjack In Canada, ayd he knows Paris as be knowa New York. Fortune Ittckard haa spent several for tunes and made more. He made his biggest mistake selling an Alaskan mine for 117.000 and finding that UM.OOO worth of gold came out of It within a few years. He knows every one from bootblack to banker and from cowpuncher to clerk. And yet his quiet dreas. good manner* .ind neat appearance would Indicate hun to be nothing more than a New York business man. He has promoted more Mg ring affairs than any other living man. j and yet that has not been bis chief ; business. And now "Tear" la to own and manage the greatest sport temple In America —historical Madison Hquare Garden. Yep, wet aay "Tex" haa lived * , life full. LEONARD VS. BUTTON SEPT. 30 CI.EVEI-AND. Sept. 14.—Tom Mo Glnlty, Cleveland boxing promoter, has set the date (or the Benny Leonard-Jack Brltton match her# for September JO. He said he had the lightweight and welterweight champions signed to a contract to fight ten rounfs. Each scrapper la guaranteed IJO.OOO. With ~n»b»" Ruth'* paltry figuring *n« II SI for e«*nr mtnuto ho la In the lima, It l« evident that "H. K." stands for bank roll.