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Se&ftftl® Wifll op@im Pmck S@as®ira all: Vomcowcr, Bo C, D@(s@imb@ir 2€> I VANCOUVER, B. C., Nov. 20. Seattle will open the Pacific Coast hockey race with the Vancouver club here one month from today. This date was set at the annual meeting of the league directors here last night. Each team was granted 12 home games for the season. The schedule will be drawn up within the coming week. NEW BALL PILOT LOVES GAME in 111 \N SMIHII IICAOO. No*. *«. —Why did thay iurk on K>n*MW Mountain Uulli. iho Chicago Judm, to ha the \t oi • • of our txuwbail? That** > *h»l« <li*4 quratlon Hut the »iaw»r <nmi up Ilk* a lump of «ur»r. THE WHOUS aiimuimi i > 11LIC HAS FAITH IN Jt'lKlK LAN DHL Thoa.- arc t-ur word*. No hl»h»r tribute *».< »w raid to any on* In dividual. Evan a rrmUrnl or a kin* mall l welt fqvy th« Chicago jurlat aurh a bouquet cxprraaad In our Kngtuh vocabulary. Ami KS nuk.sk sr.Nsr Hu program *tnce DOS ha* (wn to apply bora* mw to human trouble* Ant! that * atl under the tun that baseball needs right now. Spending a noun hour with the lud*. would convince anyone of hi* blfiifw of viPton. hfai Interest In httmans. ami his LOVK FOR It A SIC BALL came which hu focuawl Ihf limelight upon him by giving him a $5O.OO<V-ayear Job In pluev of the dlnkv s7.S*o h« now rfcclVN As soon an baseball} in mentioned Judge Landia lxnmediattly beoomot your friend. UKKs TO FAN "Tou baseball men have been rtrr kind lo me," he said. "Want to talk about it. do you? L*t'* a walk. Ukb" The wind waa whipping up Mlchl lu m at about the aame rat* of •peed which Walter Johnana used When ha waa fee I n* good. Tba raw of winter waa in it. too. The judge pulled hi* hat down orvr hi* e> es. turned up hla coat collar, matched up hi* knotted can* and wa* off at a "Weston" strid*. uim FASCINATING "I'm not much of a winter h««uer." he said "Th* part of th* gam* that fascinate* me la th* orn they play on th* diamond. "I can't think of anythfag roof* tragi.- than the crippling of baseball, can you? I don't know »nw to ac count for th* bigness of baseball But I do know that yoaK find men •ad boy* arguing over lh* batting •'•MM** of tht st.irs wren In remote settlements far back from th* rail road* hundreds of miles away from where the gam* I* actually played. BAMKBYI J.S SCOPE "Thousands of talks never •win a big leagu. gam*. Thousand* of them never will, perhaps. They've ihw been clo*er to Bab* Ruth. Trt* Speaker and Ty Cobb than th* printed newspaper paga. But they can tell you exactly how they hold their lat* or bow Ihey comb their hair "Why do people go to see R*h* Ruth hit hom* runs' nosh' that's the answer. Thejr do. don't they? HK * MET SPOKE 'l'Ti met Trls Well. that la. I shook hand* with htm during the world series. 'Hfunny how a fan ttkr* to imagln* he* intimate with the stars. lent It? "Wouldn't It be awful If they should abolish the world series? I haven't missed but one In lb* laat •hvfn year*. 1 can think of no greater tragedy than the crippling of baseball. It mean* Just that much to the American people. I'HKI) TO PUT "Did I ever play baseball? m nr I did. Right hare along Michigan •re. We Mlows ueed to get out here at the noon hour along the water front. I guess that waa about to year* ago." During the hot foot walk up and down Michigan ava. the Judgt spoke to scores of friends. He poked shiv ering traffic cops in the back with his heavy cine and "bellowed" them. He stopped In an art shop to admire etchings of Lincoln and Roosevelt, lie particularly liked th* drawings of Telncoln. ADMIKKH LINCOLN Th»« artist didn't make tha rnla take of rubblnf out a lot of linen aa moat of them do. Bee that wart on honest old Alrfs fare. It couldn't he more natural." Bark at the court chamber tn the poatofflce building Jud*e Landt* wait brimming over with pep and fire. ll# at# a bo* lunch between telephone calls. **l waTk five mfl«* +v»ry day," he aald "You'd be mirprlaad what a brink walk will do for a fallow. Kllla your lunga full of freah air and de#«r* the fog out of your mind." GAME NKKDH HfM At i o'clock the Judg* was baric In at hi* buslneaa of applying iomi! mora horse sense to Chlcagr/i troubles. That's what they want him to do for baseball. And the hornehlde eport mn stand a lot of horne sense. Th* prune haa •utgrown the lnstincts of the Ban Johnsons and the John Heydlers. , Ami theae men ore wise enough to see It Judge K-neaaw Mountain Landls la the doctor and on top of that he'a • regular fellow. WARNS SOONERS NORMAN, Ok la.. Nor. 20.-- ftjaoh Renny Owen la certain thaT hla Sooner eleven la tha atrontreat team ID the valley conference, but he la warn In* hla men ugilnrt over •oofidcucc Landis—The Fan Judfff K. M. Landis isn't essentially different at a baseball game from what he is when presiding over his court. The sparkle of i>itf rr.it is in hi* eyes just the tame. This picture was taken while the judge was watching a game tn Chicago. Sote that he's pufftng a cigaret just like any other fan is apt to do during tense moments. His necktie has slipped around to the northeast comer or somewhere thereabouts. Hut what's the difference t S'obody thinks about trifles when the bases are loaded and Babe Huth is up there wating his bludgeon. So meet Judge Kenesaw Mountain lAindts—THE FAS. We're told that the judge lik*s this picture about the best of any ever taken of him. Ty Cobb Bigger Card on Coast Than Ruth Was ..Cout fan* have shown greater financial enthusiasm In Ty Cobb'a trick* than they did a year ago in Bab* Ruth * homo runa The Gaorgta Pewrti drew fit. 000 In a single exhibition gain* on th* Pacific slopes the other day Bab* never waa able to shy that many dollar* Into the box office to see him on hla tour her*. But. of course. Bambino wasn't a* much at a celebrity then aa he ber*m* List maimer. Th* fact remain*. how*v«r that th* Coaster* have paid the great Ty a big honor. It I* grail fytng to th* many thousand t*A>h enthusiast* that hla show went 9l*f big. star* may omw and go. but th* basatmll *rw>rtne<« which Cobb pat Into the givm* will always be monumental. Th* f>etrolt prima donna re ceive* 11.000 per game for hi* ex hibitlon service*, and h* manage* to display all bla cunning in *v*ry ma tine*. * So Ti* 'm Ty—everybody** for you. gg|| At the mipHhi *f the Ceaet Marker lemgsa IM night the Krai lie rmm ica.t with K— f Kirfcer, «ha bee left fee TmaU la >..t. en Ixlm-e Ami 'llk. *H mlnnl ami the IwfH* hee m rlftil te ittaprfwl him. W« ■■■»■ Miw wee ne rvaerve rleeee In hU minrt. tint he will ba pea "nl*4 frtm pterin* with ne? ether rlnh In er*n*>li*-t hwH Me will still he free te pier with the HMit tie rtnh later If he In tmpM by the leeoJ nuiuiwnniL At th* aamo «»Mir>n frank Patrick of VaareuTar waa a«ola alartad to U*4 tho CoMt clrrult. ffea'flo'a first ramo wfTT bm pt» r ~l hora r'«r*mh«r 12 11 th* for lit *r trhtdulm a/a kdh«rid Ux Wflnnn f'irm* P*attla plir*r. who *u In4»flriit*lr two year ■ a*o for all»r«"t rougll playinc will not bo In tho Const eimrit thla rar Itta petition for retnatatomaat waa r*Joct#d cjr lit a dlraotora. r^« t mt th* Ural «i«a*»d Jin kilrj Lu % mukw Uti Biik mar h+ brought tn frrnn Tha otitat>f• until M*rrh 1 aft»r »hia tnatoad of Kabeuar/ I, ■« formerly Th«* »• * ona of lb* minor rule rbang«c mad* lull al*ht In tba North. TTta othar ronr#m«d th« pterin* ntlt In that th« foall* can pua inn park to anjron* on his aid*. lrrMp»rii r * nf dlatan*-* It was forutorlr rootrlctod to his own |r«. I'AHAPKNA, Nov. 20 - Tha mm mlltflc of tha I'aaadena Tournament of rosea la getting ready to Invlta grid team* to clash here on New Yftar's day for the supremacy of tha Bast and West. BENNY LEONARD MUST "SHRINK" FOR WELLING MATCH Shrinking to make ring weight l» bad medicine for boxera. The whittling off of a few pounds haa. In many caeca, proven dlaaa troua, but nevertheless tha boya coo- Unue to do It. Champion Henny who htia grown to be a heavy lightweight, will rlak his title honora by reduc ing in hla ftrat championship fight In New Vork under the Walker box ing law on November S6, when he wveU Joe Wtiling ut Chicago, 1 RING CARD FOR TUESDAY COMPLETE Clay Hit* haa lined op a *trong supporting card fur the Travis DavlaJoa Binwnlrh welterweight title go at the second Amertnui leegtnn nwker to be staged at tha Crystal Pool Tuesday night. Here It la. look It over for yow •elf; Trarie Davis vs. Joe Slmonlch. welter*. Kay Kcribner vs. Mike Da riots. Jack Hearwy vi Grant Randalls. middleweight*. Toting Zu*u va Roy MeOaseUn. Welters. Kid Martin va. Rtaa Kltagerald, bantams. ik-rlbrier la tha same bird that hung a K. O. wallop on Kid Martin at tha last show. Ha will be meet ing a clever mitt tosser In young Da I'tnto. who halls from Tamma Beamy Is a rough and tumble miller from Wena tehee who will be making his first bow before Heat lie fans, while 1 tan del la la another Tamma boy. Young Zuzu and McCasslln will be staging a return go, M<<*aaslln knocked 7.u*u nut tha last time they fought with a wild punch In the ctbelng mlnuta or so of tha bout, and Zuxu Is out for revenge. Martin and Kltagerald, two willing bantams, open tha show. Travis liavla and JoyOtmonlr* will wind up their heavy training for the title go today. I loth are In good shape right now. This will be the first time that ftirnonlch haa fought In Henttle, altho he la no stranger here, as Seattle funs have heard of his prowess In tha ring in his bouts at Iluttai, Mont. ATTENTION, CAGE PILOTS! Tnanacer* who pUn to hare their (Mini play taajrue bail thin yw, should not forget that Tha Htar City fragile will operate a*afo aa unual thla iieaaon. If you want yotjr (mm In Th* Htar all that la n«"f«Mary to join In to peti tion th# a porting editor of Tha Htu* for a franchlee. • The FUr arrange* far floora, ref traea, H4-hedul« and publicity. Other win* (he tenma run th*lr "wn leagu*. The n»»rt met*tine of The Htiir circuit In aet for JH»«*'rnber 1/' Tha anuutn will g«t undar way about tha aocond waok In December. HERMAN WINS SACJIAMKNTO, Cat, Nor. » llabi Herman, fiacrsunento feather weight, wan a close decision over Kd " llamles of Ban FranolMO here last night, Hammy Gordon of Port land. altho outweighed, got a draw with Joe (Kino I-eopold, Oakland. The weight difference haa kept him from meeting the beat of the Impounders for so long that the champ haa come to the point where he haa to do the challenging. That's how he got the Welling match. The Chlcugonn. however, la alao a heavy lightweight and can do IIS pounda much eaaler than 111. I'nder the Witlker I,w the tight weight requirement for ahlp bouts Is lift pounds at 3 o'clock. HoLh 1 amibi rd aud WalUtm Lav* THE SEATTLE STAR Ballard Clinches Prep Gridiron Championship CARDINALS AND BEARS IN GRID TITLE MIX DKItKKI.KY, Cal. Not. 10.— t ! Horn* 10 ttliMii- ranked u the bwl players of football en lb* IV rifle rout -slept late this morning, took an extra done of trwh air, Uilknl most anything excepting football and waited patiently for the shriek of tbe whlatls which *lll send them li«mUoh« Into the tray that la to decide tbe fai-tflr raaat conference footlmll championship. They were the rwt shirt ed war rlora of fltanlonl and the p*i*arfu> "wonder tram" of California. Tbe malhrr cave prom lea of a fairly but field. The rain, which (topped late yea terday dried awey fn.m the thick turf of California field to a consider aMe extent, and daylight aaw a ixni of men at work doing out U>e-wet ■POUL A* to the dopa, It *w no ssrral tbat California ahnuld win. If the Knilnt happen to Iw It will l<e /-on ■'tlned the greatest reversal In the history of Coast foot bail. Kxperta today were predicting that the fume will develop a Me tory-maklng punting duel, with the educated toe of Templeton of flan (■>rd matched a4(ainsl the equally scholarly boot of Morrison of Cali fornia. Comparison of fhe teams show that each has Just four men who played In last year's hi* came and each wltl have veterans of last year standing on the sidelines as substi tutea. The Callfornuuu outweigh ths Ordinals botii as to tins aod barks. | A« ta the noed. It wfTl he a wild, ranur*. rooting. roaring u tre«aUon of tT.OM football enthus iasts Indication* wees that ths rame. aside from the playing. will be ore of the greatest ape. la. Ina ever wit neaseal on this Coast. s s s Oa As C MEETS OREGON. - COnVAtXUL Ora. Nor it The f'o(l«a:i warrlora of Ihe I'nlveralty of Orafon and Oregon Aplmltunil mtlega are ready tor tba whletle which will atari the annual Oregon gnlirrin claaete hrre thla afternoon. The unireralty, on paper, appear* to tie the better team, but tba wet field la exported to alow up the lemrm yellow attach, and the Anrtea aren't coruuderrd out of the running by any mrana. KliauM <i A C win. the TVtorr would leave Waahlngtnn KtVe col '*"Ce the only undef*At|«i eleven In the Northweetem (ollrre ronfrrwnr# and the ehaaiplonahtp would (o to the Cougar*. Itut ahoukf Che atata nntveralty prove Ihe victor. Oregon and Waah inrton Slate would he tied for flrat honor* In Ihe northweet. The Montana and I'ln ho teama. which wll meet thla afternoon at MMnoula. are out of Ihe race for the northweatern rhsmplonahlp. a« la Ihe Unlveraity of Washington rleren. (®I3Q© % Trim »f f Nlr«r4tf mt WaA. I«4IniII Mlitwori ara mm |lm mnnwiiih lirwwn |amo UMmf mt Hotan Tit# t*fM« mum rayaiit IbHr har*t*a« «M Im »» M | dmr. mm llrowa hmm a fmirty pw4 mm far Hi# IhirtniotUi «|m4 will low* a mi • «rWk thia «t«itM fa# MaliU W*mr<l to » M| favortla to wtn fr»i Old 1611 la thrtr annual rl*Mie today Tt'-kata tor ?•.••• p#raona ha** boan aaid. whlrh to th# •••fin* rapoHty of th* fftffantl# Tala howl It to rat|rnat»d that mora IbM IM paatahoarda *«Mifd h%»* baan sold b«4 thara boon tha <a paelty. Ol»fft ft*«l« nvlvmrm'Aj mr%A nttwoto taeil* In fh« Mi tilt la th» lliddi* Wo«t Nit Oil la *tat« It a ilight fA*nrlt» to win oT»r Illlnola Thm will b* pi«r*«l In t*rt»«na, an 4 It %>l! rh« v> ■ •rn ronf«n»n«i (tiampinnahlp. Okie *U*ta *ub th« titla» litat r*mr. Hia r#l*waif m* Orngwn w»4 Ornf #• A|rlralliiraJ («ll#f« Imi|l« (nda? ail I'liiwa In iMf aaniml rlMolf rtmi. . A lar|» ad»Mi«w lli*M mml+ prwllrta a rw««rt4 crowd That hw no b««irlnc mi Ilia I'sHrio ruMt rMflfmnrf till**, hut tha» rlia» piotuhlp of Orrfon to mi ataka •The Unl**caftr of Alabama and fnt raraitf of cjaonrl* tan* I a at Atlanta t<»- dar In tha bl***at aama tn tha Pouth Tha Oaurgla tuatltution ia the alight favorita la win tha tlit. Mlrhfiaa and HlnaaaMa hwiOn ha • biff |iuti# In th# Mid H'oat today. Mlrhliaa la favorrd ta win atar tla# tail #aid#ni la thr Ills Tan. Wlamntlß and China#* anframttr hattia today In another hi® ram* In tha Hlf T+n Phould Wiaronatn win. and Ohio ntata b«at Illlnola, tha Wlaronlln alavan would land In'second place in tha lite Tan race. • LONDON, Nov. 10—"Kld M I,*wla retained the Ilrltlah welterweight title when he knockrd out Johnny llaaham, former weltarwciicht cham pion of Krißland. In the 19th round of their 20 round go here. Umt night. posted $lO,OOO a* forfeit mnnfy to mrry out the law to the letter. Leonard's crown will be gt rtake during the 15 round menu. It len't much "of a rink for the title holder lit that., since Welling hait al ways lacked the something that make* champions. Kfforta on the part of Promoter j ' Te* Itlrkard to qecure the real con-: tenders Lew Tendlsr, Itlchls Mitch-' • 11 and Willie Jackson- dropped out' i of Uio iuvgrtuu when Lb\Ui demand* i YALE AND HARVARD IN BIG CLASSIC 111 IIK.MtY I. I AKK» I I, NEW IIAVKN, Conn,, Nov. 20, Thin and emaciated from a two years* fast frun Ills Tit res moat. Vale's bulldog lay In wait for Har vard hers today, living only oa hops. Hulewalks and hula lobbies Jammed with people, atrssta and avenues lead ing Into ths city cboksd with auto moblls traffic loaded this college town down with a mob of riosa to TI,tM football fsns gathered for ths llth annual batUe between Yals and Harvard. Tba town was a sea of blue, splashed iinly Irvrs and thsra by gobs of Harvard crtmsoa. It waa a Yais day In Yale's home town. Harvard was quoted a 10 to I favor ite, but wagering wsa slight, mora betting being done on the else of the sore Ths opinion seemed gen eral that Harvard would win by at laast three touc-hdowna. The last 14 hours hsrs has been a' continual battle a battle for tickets, a battle for buhl s ream mods lions, a battls for sating places and sumo bat ties Just for battle's sake. Overhanging rlouda early this morning Indicated a possibility of rain with a rising tempsratur*. Ths Weatherman predicted fair and warm conditions Both noai til e* fur mm i 1 confluence and hop*. Tad Jones, boas of the Tale squad, who might be expected to show a tit Us pessimism, waa Just ths opposite. Tor the Brut time thts season J have a squad at full strength," he said. *lwplt-a the dope, we figure that a gams la never lest until ths gams Is over. It'a shout time for us to get eifrin breaks In a game, and If we get them we'll show you something " Harvard wfrt (tail her regular ttrvMip. with the harkfteld consist In* of Kltnrerald. Owen Humphrey and Capt. Ilorsreen Ths lineup an nounced this morning waa: Harvard P-ettta*. Tata Oaeaa ....••••..It K ...,. liess Itsfchsrd It T »i:l« Telfcert R a .. . . Osttshss IIJI llaomrrar •••••. r ...••••..«.. '*o»l Wools I. n .. Arrets nadtel.k t- T tH'kess Kan* I. K ratler riiasaesM <J Kesipiea llsmparsy ••••*. It H. ••■•■ Kelly . .sees UK amrtrk Hoc esse tCI r (Barm ess OHIO STATE AND ILLINOIS IN TITLE GO BY J. I- OUt I J.IVAN CIOiNA. 111. No* M -The weatern conform** football cham pionobip waa at ataka today in tba Kama bat wren Ohio ftate as*d Ull nota on tba IlllnoU field. Tha llurkayaa l«d tha artra In what little b*ttln* waa (nine on. If tb* Iluckeyea win tha puM I hey will ha»a « rlear rlalm lo lb» rottfrrenre* title without a defeat. If lllloola wlna tha < Itamplon.htp will ba underldad Illlnola. Ohio aad Wteeonoln will be In a trtpla tla. ar rord.na to aome authorttlaa, aarb bavins loat one game. Other* rlalm llllnol* will ba entitled to tba honor on a<-*-ount of bavin* plaved ai* iramea and loat ona. a hit* Ohio and Wlwonaln will hare played only five nmin earh. thu« *mn* lUl noia tha higher Ive merit** a. About 10,900 ticket* were eold for tba giuna. All wera dlapoaed of a week a*o and arorna who ranw bera today wrra unable to obtain UckaU at tba Uat mlnuta. RECORD CROWD AT PREP GAME lIY ABR (lIAHHlimi. rVKRKTT. Not. 20 eGrandatand e#ata for tha Interactional gridiron eonteet to be held here Thankeglv- In* day between tha Raat High school of Halt I/aka City, t'tah, and tha BftrMt High arhool for Ihi prep t-hamplonahip of tha Wwt, ara . practically aold out "hj» are that the Target crowd aver wltne*eing a grid gam# here will aea the oontrat, which atarta at noon Turkey day. Mambera of tha I7nlv«*ralty of Waahlngton and I>artmr.uth football aquada have be#n Invited by th* Ilotary rlulia to ae« the game and to take part In tha entertainment following. The Everett Hev#n la Indulging tn irrlmmage each night and In In ex cellent nhap* to mrrt tha fajit Kajit ern prep achool crrw. Olen Carlaon, regular qnartrrltark, atar in former Kvcrett grid battlan. who waa out of tha recent I>altr« gaina, la bark In the lineup. The return of Parlwon ln<*rea«ee tha offenalve and defenaiva power of the local team. T /)R ANrjm,R«. Nov. 10.—Bob Meuael. the lanky fallow who made ilaba Ruth a good running mate with tha Yankaaa lant aummap, la pluylpg flrat buao with a team of all-atam hora. were made known. * Tendler a*ked a I&G.000 guarantee. Mitchell wa« morn conservative and wanted but $25,000. Jarkeon In elated that Leonard make ISS pounria at » o'clock Instead of 2 bells. Well- Ing In to tret $1&,000 for giving the champ cjcerclwe. tflght shows «t Rlckard's Madison H(juare garden have netted $297,90(1. The hlirgcMt Kate for any ons fight wan $62,000, which Willie Jacknon drew wllh LUUIu I'iUtfluuiioQA vn j ssmm ws we*. YJIT,! amasses r ffolfrr* m wrll m lanmrn will mrM** In I urkry M *hoota" during the iwit frw d»)*. (hit ftl tlie miirM« of tiw Jrffmon |mrk iful lUlnlrr rlulM followrra of the royal and futm will h»K a rliafi<<r. or tut many Hiajiim an thry want (at 50 rrnta per rhanrei. on Naturday and NiiimU; t«» win one of (hmr "worth their welfht-4t»- f old" bird* Medal play with full hiwulit-ap dlowaiiio la the ruodiliMui u# tilro* two "turkey ulurnU." Finishing eight up on bogey, P. K Kinlh won the captaln'a rtip competition at the .Seattle rltib last Kaluga? from a field of HI players. «< Munition (Hi was I*. K.'s closest rHal mIUi six holea on Ihe "colonel." I A. Mr..in till and II K I'lank (111 came next, earli having Ihe "•aid gent" five down. Tl»e I arge turnout was a worthy tribute to Ham I. Ku»«cl| for liia untlrinc worlr aa rlub captain durlnc the I#lo sea. son. Two days prior to his Laical success, I*. K. Hands won Ihe monthly niolsJ. so now Uie baialusp rouimUtee luU taken bis "IS" to the alum baUt. Play hi Oi» Thiwa* Tmtihy liwnunnil al thr Bmmn RBI link* •prratrd up In thr laM few ilt« wlih Ihr rrsuit that thr firialiat in III* lowrr half of the draw la hiwwii. f.nrtlon Maw la Ihe player an(| hr »UI mi*l Ihr aliuwr of the Jark Wrber IMilliiwll HrarlHt <1!( " •»" final nialrh. In a 36 holr liaitlr for Ihr Tlmm prur. Hair, »hu alinola <»■ an liandl<a|i, drfralrd llurllt Mrloan (II) In the low re »«ii final round. In lliHr dally fnrmnoii nlnr hole match on 0i« fleamm If 111 man*. Tart IWUr and llrrb hatr "wmr" bailie whUli la uaualiy play«J aomelhmg like thla: Carl wtna Ihr flrat two, Ikrn Uiry *pht three, llrrlik drltn mrr tlir cullv anil thla |lin him Na. 6. Ihr nrxt two arr halvril ami I arl'a nine "7" loam him Ihr laat hole. Mgurr it up youraelf and you'll find ll'a a »rrj rloae match, an close thai llrrb haa alwaya to par iila way In to Ihr Moore and i arl haa to do like*lae for any thine he lain* out of Ihr .stajylaf-d Kuf%iture alorr. WUh a Irwd a* the rrault nf flw maU h In Tortland laat month. Ihr Wavrrlry tnun will mrr J ihr Snllir rlub aquad hrrr Unlay In Ihr re4iirn half of ihr annuai baitlr for thr Hunt*' trophy. Kven with thr "him* courae" advantage and Ihr inrluaiiin of an ml good pla»rr« who arrr alixtil frmn Ihr I'orlland mrrl. ihr locala will have • hard time otrnutnlng Uiai :> point hjuwiliap from three VI awrlrj endu. With a fouretrwkr tflmrm* Mrs. Harry Tonne had little trouhlr In "turning thr tablea" on Mra. Krrd Jackaon In thr finala of Ihr womm'a handicap romprtUlim ai the Jrfferaon l*ark liolf rlob playrd laat Ilturada? Mra tonng won by fire up and four to play. Thla pair of vrry prntnlalng golfrra mri rarllrr In Ihr neaenn In thr final match f-.r thr itub tiiaoiplotadiip whlift rtwultrd In a \lctory for Mr*. Jarkaoo. Bon Stein and f/r Klrl] hare arrived In the arm I final round of the Prea»det»l'a (up tourney at the Seattle rlub and thla will be the flrat time ahyre tlwy graduated from the caddie rank* lliat Ihey hare fared ■wit Othrr In a malrh. The other two aemi-flnahate will be the »In nera of the lanipMlMiwaftr and the freeman-Mtafford matchm. Malrh play acalm* kogrr competition. w-UI he the WII-of fare al the Seattle and Itrarwn 1111 l raurva Oti Thankagtvlng day. while oat at the Kainlrr Itnka, on Ihe I tea Mai nee highway, the 1 ruatree' rap will be the holiday event. Iltla llurrhhardt la the pnarnt holder of Ihe trophy. and If he repeaLa nrit Thuraday he will place ll on hia mantio pMre far krefia. ALLISON AND SOLON LONE "W" GRID CHIEFS BY TOM OIJCMON Tti« I'nlttnitjr of Wuhlnitm aqttad til In lb* hand* of It «4 Ooach Leonard A lllaun and Aaatatjuit Cwarh Urt* Moloa. No aridltmna will In mada la tha roartun* ataff for th« romin* bi« |um with I>• rtmouth rollega of Hanover, N II- wii Hal urday The purple and OoM aqnad la atlll lufflprml by the lark of i.Tim«i«f», by minor Injurlea to moat of tin flrat atrlng of mm. Hrflmmifi to what Alllann'a man n**d moat now, and tba fart that It raa't ba had la a dmdal art bark In condi tioning tba mm fur tba comma Cam*. Hrattto rrid fana ara not paaatnc K. OF C. HOLDS SMOKER BITI IWithfJ and Army WHrh will b«t4lln« a imnknr to be at (ha Knight a of Ooltimbua hall to night br Jimmy Maton* for Knlghta only. The show will g#t under way at i p. m. Kd4i« Hammond and John Milon# will meet in the aeml wtndup They're middlewaighta. Frank I'ete and Trrtng Olftonn. llghtwelghta. will give an exhibition, and a ci>upl« of Filipino llghtwrtghta will open tha ahow. f 3tV! ;r)y£Ty 111 r\ Kl a. IKI ■ad w—llim Imm il»« paita waalkf* for tW durfc liaßt ar «a 4 llaarafcy Kaaf* th# lala thai wh«l aaltoflM ••• • ill aat aawthrr Th# rata; waoUa lhal we taeve et> of loir aprlla mt«l>ty |mml • pwrl with th# •hntgiia* up mm tK# fkaill ftai#. nail »l»r ailmrod wha ha# hara awallltii aa nptwrfaalir for ft rood log will donl-tlroa hat# kto ft tag ot#r thto w##4 and r.'jwirta ta Hpar a Taft as ta row<ll Mrnu on tha flata thla w##k a»a»a hunt In# prevails, ami a«ma rafT fine na#a lakan Mallarila and gmmmm ara qalta plantifqt Continued atormy w#ath#r will drlva mora fowl from tha North, whara tha llrlttoh (.Vlumhla ahtmifra hnva ho#n having ai»>rt that up baiter than e*ar bafura. Tha arjlm ara a«III flndlnp »m» ffwod •port around tha iakaa of tht* vlglnltr Hantmamlah attll e«*ntlnuaa to glva up aoma tiilihty flna trout angltng, m<»»t of tha «p<>rt balna found around Whlta Sulphur Hj i ing* pwlnt Savaral ratrhna of tha w»*k r»rurd laraa rutthroata from thla dlatrirt Novamhar It wUi find tha eloalng of tha «ama aaaaon. October 29. Th*s Leonard Welling go should top them sll, since ltennah la a big town favorite, and would draw with anyone. Just what Olfmnn's prima donna weighs haa been kept secret for a long time. But hie money U down that he'll be a 136-pounder ot J o'clock on November 2*. The shrinking process won't do him any good, however, unlena he proven an eAccytloa u» the "viols!" ad. - up tha oppoA unity of this great tilt, and Uckrta ars selling out rapidly. li»c* «», how»rn, t few "dope stars" or pewatmiat* who ar* pMulct ing woeful things for the Turpi* and <H>ld. but ths HraMle and Waahing ton "pirlt predominate over suci a minority. Tha Washington pqiud will h»»» no adtanut* over Dartmouth a* to playing on tha home ftrld Tha sta dium flak! will not b* ready for any practice until Thursday. Cxiarh Allison intends to run tha man thru signals on tha naw field both Thursday and Friday, as does I'oarh ftpears. tha Dartmouth men tor. with hla man. WASHINGTON STAGES CROSS COUNTRY RACE A rup will be awarded the winner of the anuual rroaa-country race to lis held Tuesday, November 21, at tha I'nlvei-alty of Washington Winners of the "W" will be barred from running In ths jirrlimlnary rarea, but they make participate with the others In the flnala. The rare will begin and end at tha new stadium, and will be over a course nearly four miles In length. J*«»k*nip« ar* to b* found In tar«a n<imNri »rf«n4 tha firming vtilffi of thla community. aap+rtaJlr *h»r» tha rain® liit« fnrmr.l poo la »•«*! hot* to tho north and •mith of Ik* ettjr. Ufill !»• fount) produc *«»r th* shtKHor who anjsiya guing after thla llttl# ahor* Mr«L Th» Inst »f th» bit rim* fcnntln* for thin •••••in In lh« •«•(• of Washington I* found In Htttttns county, n hnrn th« »«•*'" f*»r d*»r r*m>lna opM until !>•- «*»kw I Man* \\-«t*rn WuMnxion •p«rtam»n k»«* lriT*lr4 o»#r th« "hump" f-r • rmt k at th* lng but ks of that dlntrlc*. It yrtr Amrrlrgni u«n» $3?0,- 000,000 worth of huttona. LET'S GO TO CHURCH i Suppose There Were No Churches in Seattle! f N« Imtrudlnn of young ami old In t tj No weekly reminder of dutle* to (lod-#<id neighbor*: I No < on-< lentloualy rultivattd moral restraint of evil; I No proclamation of eternal life through Jeaua Christ; fl No faithful ministers of the "Uud of ail comfort"— I Would you want to live here? • I Would your wl/e and chlldrenT J Of rourw not! l *1 Thru uk youraelf: ' "If nil Seattle wm Just like ma, 1 wonder where our churches would be?"* . For the rood of your own soul life; for the worship of OOP: f4 the Hike of the children, and for the good of thla city In which tf' *ou Kvt. II I The Seattle Federation of Churches I a«k« you to attend public worship In some church tomorrow. I' •aturdat. BEAVERS DOWN WEST SIDE MEN 12-0 Ballard Was Not Scored On During Season n.illnr<l hl*h school's beam plonnhlp football tism showed a wonderful defense during the put season. They went thru their *ntlre schedule without being soired upon. Here is their record for A* season: * ■ Ibillard 7. Queen Ann* ft. , liaiurd 1, Lincoln (. Ballard 1, Franklin 8. }<allard 0. Hroedway 0. '* 4f Hullsm 12. West Seattle •. liullnrd high school's rham- I tiallard High arhool U th* wtiinw of (ho 1»:« Heattla high school *rIA Iron championship. Thin is th* flral time In th* history of local high achool footbail that IWllard has vol (he tltl*. Ballard cinched their claim* by beating their traditional rivals, Weal Kcattl*, yesterday by a 11 to a count on the Kainler Valley ball lot. Jlallard scored their first tonctk <5->wn In the first four mlnu'.ea at play when «Bal!ard harks farced tha l*alt down the field. Harrison, thJ 1 ride of KalUud. f&Utd to kill goaL. Another touchdown waa mad* bf the Hhlnglcweavera later In tla same half when Nardln fell en 4 blocked punt behind tbe coal hn« but again Harrison failed to booi the plgakln between the goal post* Coach Murphy of West Health must hav« told hla puplla a fan things during the lntermisstoa bs tween the first and second halea." aa they allowed a decided Inprofi ment In their gam* In the laa period. l*hll PVaaer. who played moot «f th* gam* at tackl* for tb* loaera waa the shining light In th* gam* Fraacr broke thru th* Uallard lln< tim* and :im« again nailing tb« runner behind th* Una. Young Weal was tbe star of th* Wcat Seatti* I barkfield. The llr*a* and awnasary fntlnw; Itsllud lit) v,—t br-AXtl* m iNaMI* ...X 1 n. Oi«fcrrW Kri.fc.oa I. T McVsaiaM |»«m*aa ..uo R. PcbaW Mstlerooa C.. ......... T'-onunj 1 M1L...... Kia4i*j Harrtao* ....... . K T U. M ... r^ftinall —a kl. inWh **• - «. « r » rona* B"r«* t. n. rnaa l««ry n. B L. Tharataa ■rartag by IMrt.g. 1 I I «vT Kanard • s_y «"•*< Saattl* • * t aTV Baliard: Taochd.wns— Hardla, J iwteutattaaa |J Ballard- Nona w«st BMttf-fr trnrm for friMr: r r «..r for KfAflta Krka fur kmjr.d. Tboratoa toe uH raaaa. SAN mANCIBCO. Nor. £«.— Oeorge Fhade won a decision fraa Tommy Itobaon In their four-rooaf bout at l>r«unUnd rink last night Kayo Kruvoaky and Jim Bur] fought a draw. SMOKK MILDMAN CIGARS MAnK IN SKATTI.B SOI.D KVKKYWHKKB Faat atid en-ay running, alwa ■ there first— THE DAYTON . lends them all. Easy terms, c* get youra by Joining our nr* maa Club now. J 1116-1118 I'lKe SU-e* OPPORTUNITY 8 T A K W A N TADS t». i»».