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FUR SHOULD FLY WHEN BROADWAY AND FRANKLIN PREP GRIDDERS BATTLE FRIDAY BY LEO 11. LASSEN BROADWAY and Franklin should dish up one of the l»est jrjinics of the high school gridiron race when they battle at the Coast league hall park tomorrow afternoon. The "Hirers are still very much in the race as they still have a clean slate, defeating West Seattle and playing | Queen Anne to a tie. The Quaker*. however, have lo*t en* *Urt. taktn« i» J to 0 defeat from HalUrd Uut week. They [ltvnl IJncoln to a 0 0 ll* and tie foated Writ Hcattle « to 0 HOW THE ■UOI'K" STANDS A win for either team will prat- Uoally knock the lu*er out of the r»c« for the city title. A win f»r Franklin mwni that Broadway mux then defeat Ballard the f»I lowln* week In order to *«•! a* food •a a ti* for the title. And a frank Un wtn would ailtl tlve the Quaker* • ftjthtin* chance for the city hon or* A Tlirer win would keep them on a par with the Hallard Heaver* and would put Kr an kiln tut of tba raca •;tc(cther. ITS BOINR TO BK A BATTI.K But rrmrdlfM 9f what eft«t th« Winn nt or thj l>mn* of tho *«m« ntay huvx on elthe.- (Mm If* l>outt<l t« be a battle le«4U*a both «rh.»'l» cmalil. r th« »ni« aa or.a of Ut* "bw" bait It ii of the y e*r Fcr the flr»t lira# In y»\r% th« Pr.inHln coaohea era really confi dent of lowrrtiig the colors of the Broadway me.v If Franklin turna th* trick It «rt!l be the flru time that the Quaker* have rver ac«>m |4kh><l It. itkfcklln'* team has been i-or.itd rrably boUtrr d up by the addition •f three men who were tfurlr.g the ftnt quarter THRU NEW mANKIJN MKN Brlce Taylor, a husky colored Board. Johnny Cole, a big end. and Owrif Cerbett. a speedy half back, will be the new men In the Quaker lineup • Broadway, on the other hand, with the exception of UacliougaSl. a new m*" at tackle. wUI enter the gam<- with practically the aame lineup u the Tigers have been using all year The Franklin men. with a pair of good end* in Wi*e and Cole, will WMoubtedly do a lot of pasalng. Broadway, with lie heavy line, I* mi peeled to stick pretty cloee to straight football. M-NTKKS Ivan Jones. Franklin'* heady quar ter, la expected to do the kicking tor the Quaker*, with Otto Btrliek doing the punting for tha Tiger*. Both team* are pretty wall ffxed far substitutes with L-lvengood. end, West, guard, and Mulhern. half, a* Franklin's chief secondary men; and WMtr, end: Shirley and (illmore, linemen, and Ward, quarter, doing WSKy work for Broadway. The kick-off I* set for I.M. LINCOLN VS. 9CBBN ANNK Lincoln and Queen Anne will go to the mat in their annual game Saturday. A win for either team •rill give the winner* a slight Chartce to tie for the city honor*, and a tie game would keep both touna in the race. Ballard and We*t Seattle rest thl* week wtth West Seattle playing Lincoln a week from Friday and Ballard and Broadway tangling on fee following day. hlyi. Caftan ktrWr, wlm get* a trial With the (N. I.—in Browns tn the spring. Is wpartwl «• Im p4trhing gml Ml Ike Mw V*rk <24- aate la Ike asrtse being pU/ed a Caka aew. Allen White, thi young Intemstlonal |M(M <h«rt»top, who ha« besn tumwl ever to Otkltnd by th« N*w York Ot ants. Is mM to bs th* gnoda by Cutcni writers who havs seen htm tn *e tlon. If ho mik#i good Brubsker will an doub'*•'!lf he shift** to second base in th* OftliUnd laflflid nest spring Pre*y Klepp *r of the local elal fee the national miner league meeting *t Kansas City, Prldsy The meeting is scheduled to got under way November I. T«i Wis tent It. Portland er, Is reparted te hare ashed fse a ehseg* la msh sther Csast leagns team hefors nest season, hat ss far Use McCraUse hats said aay! aay! Jos gewell. who fills* 1* st shortstop fer ths Cleveland Indians sftsr ths death af Ray Chapman, hss returns*J to ths tfaiverslty of Aiabama. where hs la a •Cedent Ha wUI rejoin ths Indians in ths spring Waltar Malls will work t* e sporting goods store in gacramento during ths winter months. Jee Jachasn, "Black Hsi" oat field - er. hit 14 kaans raaas daring his major laagae earser. Like aome Eastern diamond wit haa remarked: The f*et of the Chicago stsrs may have besn made of clay, but their hands wars mads of glus. Plans of the New York Tanka to build a new baseball plant in 'iotbam have been temporarily laid aside since thsy came to an agreement with ths New York Natlonsls whereby the Yanks will hs assured of playing at. the Polo Ground* during ths seasons of l»2i and 1922, at least. Mini Mlm, »rtmn I 4( lmf«« ■Mlbpaw, wmm at OTMS time a ehrriff. What's In n atari? George Whltemam, former notion Red Mot outflelder, and h*ro of on* world * earlee, will manage the Hoiiaton t**m in the Tesaa league n«*t year Whlteman aarv*d for aaveral eaeona In Toronto in the International league He will suc ceed Jewel Kna, acting aa player-man ager. JUST ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN How Tigers and Quakers Will Take Field Saturday BROADWAY POSITION ritANKIJN \|o»er U K II t «le M. OmmaJl K T K MUnln (p.) (irtkgrr 1* (<. ti Taylor NlrUok. I'aul «' Kn*l«< llarln K ti. I SUIfH W«nH K T. I. ' hillf llttlM K. K. U \\ aldut, (c.| O J""'" Strict*. OUo ...L K. H. I < urbotl Talt ... .? U 11. K. Know lea Mrklrr K MHiUI Official*: Referee—Trace) Wrung. I mplr*—llulrli ll«) k llrml llimmw-Nell Mli*. IHare—Nealllr ball park. Ti,,,.-—J .30 Friday. WASHINGTON FACES ELIMINATION FROM COAST FOOTBALL RACE SATURDAY REALIZING that another defeat means final elimination from the Coast conference football nice the University of Washington gridders will l>e fiKhtirijc Stanford with their l>acks to the wall at Denny field Saturday. When the season first got under way it looked like Wash ington would be a cinch to defeat the Cardinals, but the way the dope now stands it's a toss up. H'.xtifotd undoubtedly uplltrd «!>• dop« wh*n Ihejr d*f*»<*d f>r»«on but : wrrk. Thl* mark! thtro *• a much Improved U«m and Wanhtngton will | Im rftlltt) upon to livt (brtr Imt to d«f«ttt th* Southerner* The varsity squad should be at the height of |ta form Saturday, with Faulk. Pope and Norrle back In the lineup Itegardlcea of which way the battle goee Wanhlngton'* outfit will un doubledly fight because they showed more aggresalv* quality In the O A, C. game than they did earlier in the eea»< n ("«ach Allium should have hia men pretty well keyed up by Saturday. Important Coast Grid Game at Berkeley Saturday'* football struggle be tween California and Washington State, at Berkeley, should go a long way* In deriding the rout football championship for the sejuwn Saturday will mark California'* second conference Start, the Golden Dartmouth's Eleven Looms in Eastern Football Dartmouth'* foot Kali eleven is Im proving by leap* And bound*, tconrd- Ing to report* from the Kagt. Ho far thUi year the Orcen tam ha* lout two gamea. taking licking* from both Ffnn State and Bymu* But the Dartmouth equad wa« handi capped by Infiperiencrt players. The Dartmouth barkflald la mad* up of veteran*. The )oa* of Captain Robertson. crack puntar and drop, kicker, who broke hia *houldrr In one a i Dobie'a Cornell Team Faces First Real Test | Co»rh Doble'a Cornell learn I* b# j Ing watrhed rloaer by fane I than any other football team in the . fSaxt, The miracle ronch'a eleven will face Dartmouth Haturday In what S thould be the flrat blf teat of th* I aaaaon for the Cornell outfit. Dobie'a • , | Penn State and Nebraska Meet in Big Game Saturday Hu*o Hexdelc'a I'enn Blate aqtihri, I ; which la rated an one of the atnmg eat teama In the Ktuit thla year,,will | alao run up against aome atrong op ' poaltlon In (he Nebrnaka eleven. ALLISON NOT PLEASED WITH VARSITY MACHINE BY TOM OlilKN Coach "Htub" Allien, of the T'nl I veraity of Washington football ! i« not at all pleaaed with the work j the aquad baa been doing the past With one of the blgg*»«t game* of i the nuoi) only a few day* away, the varatty eleven haa been on aa bad a slump aa they have been any time thia eeaaon. | The ahiftlng of Bob AbeJ from I quarter to right end haa tended to | show a alight improvement in the ! playing. WIIAON SHOWS L P WKLL j Johnny Wllaon, at quarterback, la i running the team well and ia a heady ' field general. Washington's chances depend largely on Wilaon'a ability to punt the pigskin away from Waah irgton'a goal poatg, Capt. Ted Faulk will be In the line j up at hla old place at l*ft end, after an absence from the gridiron of three WOMEN SWIMMERS TO COMPETE AT Y. W. C. A. Feminine swimming e*i>ert« of Se attle will compete for stroke awards ! at a com petition to he staged In the j swimming pool of the Young Worn en's Christian association at 7 p. m. Friday aa a part of the winter swim ming and life--Having program of the association. Awardn will be glv*n to . the winners. The entrants w» re an- ] nounced today by Hwimmlng Dlree- i tor Anna Bo rate 11 as follow*: flr*A*t atrok* —Alma Wllaon. f'lera Kleffer, I/Uclle Mlrkle, Dorothy Paulson, | A'l'lle Wtttmin, Kvelyn Wateon. Kima Jolly. Dorothy ffelllwell, T*oulee Vannoy, Nell Davie end Anwtte Anderson. Hark atrok* Helen firry, Nell Davla. Klma Jolly, Dorothy I'auiaon and l/oulae Vannoy. Under arm aide stroke- Alrna Wllaon, nara Kieffer, I<ouise MU.-kU*. Ka'heryne , Mr:t«*a n, Adwlla Wafaon. Prleflll* Con, ImMi Davldaon, !<ouli« Valloy, Patricia Hubbard, Kv«|yn Woodhouaa, Virginia j Uaiier* J., Ciauier, Dorothy Paulaoo, j Hear* turning In a win over O. A. C last week. The Fullmnn Cougar* will be mak Ing lh«-lr first conference appmtr an». Hut they demonstrat«d I heir clasa when they took the Montana Urinllea down ihe line by an over whelming count. of th« rarfy fame*. I* brine keenly fr|t. but hi* plac« 1* MM aMy t.»k*n rare of by Kbelbourae. of laat year's squad lie la playing fullback. Holbrook. left half, and tt«»w*r*, ruth t half, are both vela. a* la Jor don. fullback of la*t yaar'* twin, who I* now playing quarterback. There are only thr*e veterans In the line, Bonnenberg. tackle. Orlap. guard. ind Cunningham, center, be ing experienced. i a team haa regtatered four «tr*f«hl wlna thia year, but Dartmouth *lll mark the flMt major game tor bin aggregation Dartmouth on the other hand haa played aome tough (aim, meeting auch team* a. Hyraciuw and I'enn SUM. I • in- *« run rift W»T« «W«*At*«l earlier In the **ai*->n by Notr# lw»me. srid Ha tur day's game will give fh«* football fans thmout thm country the first real line on the strength of Eastern and Weetern teams. week*. The Waahlngton Oregon Ag gtc game might hava had a different score if Faulk had been In the con teat, with hla drop kicking ability. A lame nhoulder and a bad ankle, received In the Whitman game, prob ably will keep Guy Norria, the atar fullback, out of tb«> game. Norria In a hard hitter and a conaiatent ground gainer, and hla loan will be keenly felt by the I'urple and Oold. RAfKKIKMI OORH I'OOICLY The kfield haa been going below Ita usual form In thin w*»ek'n prnc tire, an dAlllaon la liable to Horn#* change* there before he aenda the flrat eleven men out on the field to meet the Carda Saturday. Scrappy Hay fv kmann and Tlhea Butler probably will atart the game at the halve*, with Klbert Harper at full, flnrjier'ji punting haa been good In the early-season games, and he might alternate with Wilson with the boot work in the big gamr Saturday. Kmma Jollr, P»*«y t(..«hr, JUrrtett Hat- IC'Hjt, Imrotliy tUHlw.ll, J. Citmir mil Nell Davla. Diving fjoulee Valloy. Harriott l>at godt. Dor la Heliimtth. If«*lan Clara Ki«ff*-r, Alma Wlleon, Dorothy Paulson, Adelle Whiwin, Klrna Jolly, Dorothy Helliwell, J. ( rarner and Nell Davla. Over arm stroke- Kvelyn Woodhouaa, Patrirlit Huhhard and Anna ('oonradt Trudgpon Dorothy I'auiaon. Nell Da vie, )tel*<*i Ori-y, Klma Jolly, Prlecilla Co*. Harriett Delgod(. Dorothy Ifolll well, Doris Hnlsmlth and J. Cramer. It It ealhiiated (hilt nearly 40, MM) bodlca, or 00 per rent, of tlie total numhgr of American hcxllea burled In Kurnpeun countrlea are to be sent liack to th« United Htatea. THE SEATTLE STAR FIVE STARS GRADUATE TO BIG TIME FROM CENTRAL LEAGUE HAND HAf'IDH. M»«'h. # Nov. 4—l Ktv# pluyfrn nr« j going from th« Central to high* 1 rr clmmm lr«n urn tliin y«Hr, and toot! of playing ability firwllii thui rv •ry OD«* of thorn will make the | ■Tad#. Th« jifiwunt winilaa uiitini U.»|.|«U club will contribute tl»i•*«'!»» J »\itthrr llhlfjw hurt Krr*i». Klmt liiutimnn Um« itlchbourg a tit) Outfielder Howard Ridley and Jones Head Tacoma Card Tonight LITTLE MITT MEN IN SIX ROUND GO MUD lUDIJBY. Koattle bantam, imikra hla »««and atari In the Northwest «im* hla return homo, when he i»k>« on Morgan Jonea, Ihr featherweight, In the up- Mound illy tonight. The bnui oar rlra a lot m«>r« significance than It appear* lo logl< ally haw because Ki.iii) muat make a good showing to hold hla place aa a drawing card In Norlhwmtorn ling rlrclea. Thi» will I* Hud'a second Mart, hU first bout l»lng a losing ona with jw Gorman. If Hud ran win to night h« will la la Una for some headline botita In th« Northwest, particularly down In l*ortland whan h* n>4y get a return bout with (IMMB. I.idlay will ho running up agolnai a rlanr kid In young Jorvaa, who b> the way, ha* n«tr loat a (Wlrton. Jonaa fought a Ira# with (fcirman ihe night after (toiman had won the %«idict from llldley «n«l ha |>ut up a *wd bout. Jonaa will have the advantage In wrlght oyer Kidley and ha will also have the n!*.> aa far aa "raat h ' la raonrntd Thla la an Important l» *ue wt.rn two clever Hula fallowra get together. Tonight's bout will t« over the six round route. Joe Waterman, who recently took over Itidlry'a manage ment. will be In Hud's corner, whila lha wily Cbrt Mclntyre will be be hind Jonaa. rot it /rrMKit TAOIMA Hot T* Four other taauta will le on the Tax, ma card with Harold Join*. Morgan'* brother, boxing Carl Mar tin. Portland llghue. In the al* round semt-wtndup. tlud Klaber. claiming the army middleweight title, goea four rounds with Clem /ukoweky and tlilly Hned don and Mlka I>e llnto. ban la ma, mix four round* A preliminary •anil will ba added MKKiIIT rACKH tiwui mil T Hilly Wright. Heatra'a clever welt er. fs»cea a hnrtl Iwut In Vancouver. II I*. tonight when ha fr—m four rounds with Frunkle l>enny. the hard aorklnjc Oaklandkr l>enny wtU tie r»mrmb»r»l u* the Iwby who gava Jimmy Moray a whale of a trouncing han laat winter. . j rmokkr in itK, TtIWIKIHIW NIGHT Tha Eagles are facing a gmoker at thalr club rnoma hare tomorrow night with Phil lenaen. tha Han Francisco welter, boxing Kddle Ham mond In the main go. "Ited" (laire boxaa IJoyd Madden in the arnu wlndup and Frank Pete will pi on with Irving (ilewaon In the lightweight division. The fourth bout wll tje between Hilly Knaddon and Mickey Hinjhl, featherwelghta. KMC** CARD 14HIK.S ATTRACTIVE The Klka* ring r«rd for the floya* club thni will »»e map-ed at th# CryiUl Vvol TttMdiy, look* attrac tive. FHnkU T>enny and W«v« Dalton will iro on In th« main »v«»nt Denny flghta Wright In Vancouver. B. C., tonight Thia will be Dalton'a flr*t allowing In Sentti*. If* cornea here with a reputation of being a hard hitter. In the pecond half of the double main event Itob Harper and Itert For be*. local Ughtwelghta, met for the flrat Una FI/IRK9 MAY ItOX (DriKY Joe Waterman, mnnasrer of Mar* carlo Florea, the hard hitting: Fili pino lightweight, haii Imen made an offer for bin i»oy'a aervlree in a bout with Joe Coffey, the Han Franciaco lightweight wlio haa Iwen Ik King all the tw)yN down around the ltay City re<*ently. Waterman will proUthly accept If the San Franciaco promo ter pueh the da'e ahead a bit to al low Flo ran plenty of time to train. A new kind of concrete perm Mm nulla to be hammered Into It. "Try It Out Yourself •ays the Good Judge ./And you will find how much more satisfaction a >fyr / J S little of this Real Tobacco /fc gives you than you ever VRot from a big chew of the ordinary kind. S J The good, rich, real to y /_ bacco taste lasts so long J you don't need a fresh Jj chew nearly as often. So V it. costs you less. A-'**' Any man who uses the Arv Real Tobacco Chew will . TtC tell you that. Put up in two styles W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobaccr ItmnlnKton. Itli'hbouiK l«*<t» th« Iwtjtun In ImttlnK. with th* avna«« mailn thin y««r l>y «»> player In uttfHlllltnl bttßftbßt!, 4*9, In II N|il« Whlrh luui only fnur Hum alxivn tb« .300 murk, K iinn htu caught «H t»u» « f<-w Kum<-* t layrd l»y tlm < I rand Itaplila • Inti, uinl I'nmilntflun lian fuUlod ariinatUiiially. IIKNfJ *l.B UK Ml KM l*.t cher John Hogert and Hhort atop I»ave Claire go fr«»rn the hurl Itigton tMim to iho Detroit Tigers Ihigorl In a youth of 19, who hull* from (IftltVft, N. Y. ll* *tarid* 6 feel 2 IftehfM In height and *elgh<« Prep Grid Stars No, J-Otto Strizek, Broadway >» hin itroauuay arui r tutiKtin clash on lh» grtatrun t nrtay one of Broadway'a best bets u ill be Otto Strizek, the flashy Tiger half back. Strizek has been * how in a up well in the early game*. He has plenty of speed and experience which count* no much in football. Strizek has one bad fault —he fumbles too much while carrying the ball—but he is gradual ly overcoming this by constant practice. GORMAN WINS FROM DAVIS POHTL.AND. Nov. 4 Joe Gorman was given the decision after I# faat round* of battling with Jack ItavM of (.Mkl&nd at the Milsraukie arena laat night. Joe tried hard for a knorkout In the laat four round* but l«avla ahed th« blow* In good ahape. and generally planted one In Joe* uliimwli when he received one of the frequent punches which land wl on hla face. Kid Palmer. of t»a Angela*. won tha verdict over Jimmy l»arcy, of Portland. It waa oiw of the blttereat 10-round mill* »vr»r *•* n here Pal m»r. who waa not H|iwt«l to win. waa »|>urrod on by tha crowd, which waa on hia aid*. Ola Anderson knocked Lao Cross down In tha sixth and floored him for % count of nin« In the seventh. fin lahlnir him In tha loth with a blow that knocked I-co out completely. ssrajr; <2OC Amaea Ike n»l aan thai Irft r»U Itln fnr *w*ltl» |• Hobby I'Hawhi, |H» IM pwnnd m 4. 11l III# tfMMI nt >»rr»ril t h«- rrark c*mtrrvnrm rWww, I* nn+ mt lhi< fwrfMl mrn »ha hM rii* <f»nnrd * rid litf* In |hl« are«l«n «f lit* country ttil* alar »J'l »«rli «m »f llm> —j»tn»<nya mi <l* Imm Iml inr. Th« tfnl*««llr of WltkllltMl h*id the nret a n V w tiwmiiir today •* M«any hall, on th* ctmpttt RnihuaUM and pep waa nuxl tor ih« coming Mg tilt, and ••Ik* **r« 4*llv»r«4 by all tli* compos dJf«lt«rlM. Walter Ann former gred-ie'e man «l«r n 1 tha ~ >rdlna* Inatltutlon »• in towa making nil ifninftrnwu with the local Menford alumni for the (Mm, which vrlvM her* rndif worn- Ing at tJ* Amu I* with Edward Mar (111, tha preeent graduate managar. at tha Waahinglon Annas. DMi Pmhlni. llie j-mitf Cardlm.l larkW. ha* bam pl«)ln< • »lar fame an far Ihta mum, and will l»#wr n air It ing In »ha iwnp *«lur.|»*. ac cording l« Martin. tha Manford iradu*!* maAJMir-r. That letarant !• rtinnlnt hlfh In the coming game la avldant by tha ad%anca tlrkat aala. Thr ftianford Waahlnrton *nma will oc tha laat Varalty tilt on Denny Held liennt flald ha« haaß tha arena of a»m« of iha «rrair«t grid irama« »ver w»i In Mnniri. nnd tha hi* «ama Hatorday »■ ixpectad t> maaaura up to thr»ea In *'l rtrprri* Futura tilts will bo held at the new Htadlum. In tha ttclghborh<»od of 200 pounds Claire Ik an amauur rank* product, | who was |»i« k**<l up lit home by the hudlngton rlub. Ho has Uitt<d around the .300 tnsrk All si-aaori and fi««M*«l sensationally ihut Ontril | league fiifin «'XprcnN eonfidcnm that ho will Imi a fixture on the lwtrolt tifim from the day he la given a chance to show his worth Ho I* a younger brother of Jjantty Clalrf, a former Weatern league etar. Illli VIC Alt Tin* Central lian had a wonderfully NueifiNful ooaaon, with ii circuit com (towed of four cities Orand llapldn, Kiilnni.i7.no, Munkeifon and 1-uding LEADER CALLS "W" CREW MEET Coach Ed I»W, of the I'nlveraity of Waahlngton crew, haa issued a nail for all men who want to turn out for varsity crew Monday afternoon at i The fall turnout will be for only I ahort time and leader la expecting every man who la not out for foot ball to be on hand Monday night. Five of laat year* latter men are back in school. They are: Capt Charley l,o«g. No T; Clarence Mag nuason, how. "Zeke" Clark, No. S; ?*«n Nord, No. •. Iyrrojr Huraue. No. I. Iluaarii Nsgter, laat year's co*. will be out attain, but judging from the lit tlx follows going out him, Nagler will have some stiff competi tion Cheasty's Did You Win a DUNLAP? If Not, Come to Cheasty's and Get One at !4 OFF Every Suit and Hat at Cheasty's is selling at a big discount. Kuppen heimer Clothes and Companion lines now range from $26.25 to $63.75. "Values Tell" Cjheasty's t/»n. The farthest Jump from one end of the circuit to the other Is only about 160 miles. In 63 (turn#* at home the Grand HapMa club played to an attendant* dose to 100,000 for the oeason, while the I.udlngton and Kal anlazoo club averaged around 1,000 dally attendance for the witHon Mus kegon, even with a rank tall endlf, played to over 10,000, Kvery club In the loague <jult with a handsome halm-In the treasury, and demonstrated to the sporting world that a circuit of four dubs can l»e MucceNMful. IKIIMMA KIVAIJ* The fans soon deckled that they IMPORTANT CAGE MEET TO BE HELD AT STAR NEXT WEDNESDAY; BASKETBALL PLANS MANAGERS of basketball teams in Seattle planning to play basketball this year should attend the organiza >n meeting of The Star cage league to be held at TheJ Star next Wednesday night. If your team wants to ptaa dnpetitive basketball thruout the season this is yoWl •hance. The .second annual Star league season will get under way it>out the second week in December and the season will run jnt i I approximately the »<*«"• * *ucc*a* even than a 11 V I 1 UAIIIIUW.!' «"»v <*cond week in February. Th* ornauliallon of the lew •* practically complete. There will I* .|4 * t)i<- o>n*tltutlon *nd by-law* ut the (jrfaiiLwtliin an elecUon of of fleer* for the year. Wedrie*day'* meeting in to be an •pen dIKUM)»n. Team* that were In the league laat aeaaon that have j «uiKf>tlonj fur the Interment of the league owe It to the game to be on > hand Wednesday to tell them. The Star league la flrirt, la*t anil alwa>a an organisation for the bet terment of haeketlaill. Any team that plana to enter the Imiui for advertiaing purpoae* only la not wanted The l«agu* waa »tar led laat ye«r by The Star with the pur- ] poee In mind to give all young fel low* In Seattle a < hance to play basketball -«omethlng they never had before Id any auch a city cir cuit. The leagu* waa under certain handicap* laat aeaann. aurh aa ar rangement* for floor* and other •mall detail* that had to be worked oul aa well aa the condition* wouto permit. Thl* year we have the experience that only a aeaaon out bring and with that w* hope to make The Star Basketball League Entry Blank A I HEREBY wish to apply for a franchise for (he ..............Teamj in The Star City Basketball League. Tel Manager n?rni*TMY, soviwnm < ttw llk*d It < V*n better than a zr'V.U* number of clubs, for the one eeaaoqJ at lriiat, b««UM th»y —w the club* m»r» often than In * circuit of mor« clubs, and that It «*v« them <u\ op. portunlty to *»t to knowing all th<i player* in lh« league Under IN- aclwwlu!* arranc»in»nt, each club appeared In wu h city of the circuit for a aertea every threw w«« ka. Tin* league wan preaHled over hy K. W Dlckeraon, of f I rand JUp former prealdcnt of the VV'»:ern. Int<r«tat<*. Michigan Htate, Interna Uorwl and Colora/lo Ht*tn league,,. He la aportlng editor of a Grand Itaptdx P» per. The central will have an rights* circuit In 1921- waa I**l year. | Hut to do that we need the eo* operation of every team, manager find player in the league Remember that the league I* glv* Ing you a chance to play baskettaUl twice a week. The Star arrange* for the floor*, refereea and other de tail* There are no entry feea. All that la required la that th* team* outfit their player* and have their men In uniform when play ia called. The silver Star trophy I* up for competition again. It I* now In th* possession of the Marl>ougall Kouth wlck team. A team mu*t win It three time* to obtain permanent poaseaslon of it. In order to help u* get a line on the proposed team*, circuit manager* are a*ked to fill out the application blank found elaewhere on Uiia page and *end It to Tbe Star at once. "1 have never beard you referred to aa a master mind." sneered Denny the Dip. "No,** anawered Bill th* Bu<S> "and I hope It will never happen. My observation I* that nobody la referred lo aa a maater mind until he I* about to be caught with the good*."—Washington Star.