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ODDS FAVOR DARTMOUTH TO BEAT U. OF W. RY LEO 11. LASSEN EVERETT'S powerful high school footlmll machine snowed the plucky eleven repre senting the East Side high school of Salt Lake, Utah, under an overwhelming count of 67 to 0 at Everett yesterday In 1 fore 6,(X>O funs. The Everett machine worked with precision thruout the tiff, and after the first <juar- ter it was simply a question of how big the score would be. Th* Everett team outweighed lh*lr opponents at least 1# pound* to th* man and they *imply waded thru Ow Halt I.ake Une like water thru • aleve. The Vt.ihana fought hunt bat they Just couldn't stop the Juggernaut attack of Ul* Ev«rctl twm. KVERKTT I .INK Mil Its Tho Everett line held wen thrtmut the came and the Halt L«ke te.au made few gains, most of which w-ur* nade on en.l run* and possea. It there wu any crltlclum to offer M wms Ute tackling of Kvereti's sec ondary defen»e. They employed the "neck tie? tackle considerably. altho they (ot their man time and time •gain using this "system" There were no outstanding »tar* on the Kverett squad. All of the fire backfield men uaed showed woedn fu: power. Thla waj especial ly true of Wilson and Michel at half and Sherman at fullback. cakimin s r.m;s BPAKKIJC Carlson at quarter, ran his team veil and did all of the forward passing for hla team Three of hi* faaaes were well over 30 yards and Westrom and Dixon the Everett ends. snared them In bljr league Mfk Murray Henderson, the 1?S pound halfb.uk and captain of the Rait Lake team, was the outstanding star for the losers lie fought like * demon and waa the big man on both the defense and attack for the Salt Lake outfit. One remarkable feature about the ■atne »u that the Everett team wasn't forced to punt ooca thruout U>e game. For the game Itself, the Everett team took advantage of a Halt I*k* fumble In the first few minutes of play and scored their first touch down within the first five minute* of play. Goal was missed The Salt lake team held the Everett boy* antll the second quarter, when line bucks again proved their undoing aad Kverett counted two more touchdown* The half ended with Intttl leading It to I. fIBCOVD H %1-K WAS ROtT The eeeond half waa a rout, with Kverett scoring 10 points In the third quarter and tt counters In the final quarter The Everett squad opened up with asm* pretty pauses te this session. A big crowd wu on hand, with 4 lag of Seattle fars sprinkled thruout the stands "Wee™ Coyle, fnrmrr Washington star, handled the whistle. The Salt Lake team will be the ■vests of the University of Wash tngton here for the Dartmouth game Saturday and will then leave for hotßf Ths ItMapa follow: Kverett <«T> Bant flila ($} 0 VMtrom ,fc. l>e«sM* ParktrMMMi T«r««K>n T William* WHhwn .......... H » , Kump Waltara ... .. .C ... M .. . Burrows lagham LCU.. m Ryan MM * ....•UT .ee.M. OM I*l*l* Wiob La K.— Mmith CwUmn y Headara«.n (e) Morgan «•••.. R. Mayrrfl Wilaen -. ..I* 11. ... M Ltflnision ih»fm«n <e>.~ f.... _ Jswk-s •rawing by periods 1 1 I « T1 ICtSt *M« •. . eswHk. . . ya. .. • • • » * Yvarett 13 1« II 2s—«T Offlrtels- • Bar g-m aa. refara*: Woo Cot Is. omplr». A. J. Thome, head IMBU. FLYNN TO HAVE HIS "CHANCE" TUESDAY Jim Flynn. the veteran heavy weight. wfll be given the "chanoa" he baa been yodeling for when he bona Willie Heehan, the San Kran ciaco heavyweight, at the Elmer No ble American post smoker, at the Crystal Pool, Tuesday. Flynn has gone Into strenuous training for the bout. Meehan is due to arrive In Seattle today, and may work out this after noon at the Crystal l'ool gymna alum. Clay HIM, matchmaker for the post. Is lining up a supporting card of four bouts. EXIT PROPHETS BOSTON, Nov. 26.—As the foot ball aearon near* th« twilight mage the expert* are convinced that the , «ridiron sport Isn't suited for proph •ta. BACK IN FORM PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 28 Lew ■Tendler, the Philadelphia «tar light ■welght. appear* to have hit his old •trlde again. He haa begun to talk of meeting Leonard. BID FOR INDIANS CLEVELAND, Nov. 26. —Vero, a •mall city «S miles from Palm Beach. Kin., Is bidding to furnleh the spring training r;imp for Trlii Speakers Indiana. Trls will look It over. HMO HE MILDMAN CIGARS MADE IN SEATTLE HOLD EVEItVWHEHE The Kavanagh Hat $3.50 two rrorkj First and Madlaaa Klrat and Lnlon EVERETT SNOWS SALT LAKE PREP GRIDDERS UNDER 67-0 COUNT How Everett High Won *♦* *** * * * Detailed Play Account MI lit Tit It—Everett kleked eff to Molt on Ib« 30 vert lino Salt lAk« mod* vantage on two runs urouncl •*d and lost taU on fuittbla K««rrtt'a 'hill on Matt lakt's »• yard Una. K*mtt mad* > «rdai« i« hn« t<lun|«a Two in<>r« ptvin««s carrtod ball to *0 yard tin* \V|| son fumbled on ( yard linr, sa> tttg cur* touchdown >iurt'<t»s (tunlrd JS yords BvereU'S I>aU on Malt Labs • JO yard line Kverett rontinusd lin# plmkim and W llson carried ball o*ar for ftrot touchdown after five minute*' j»la? Mh«>riMon mtee* >l una: Snare: Ktorall, •. •n*lt Lakt, • ITtttrotl kicksd off to Hi t l*ake to !• yard lino. »|*at<lareen mad* IS yarda aruund left »n4 A |>«m Hon dsrsun to Smith, fatlad. Ilendereon panted !• yards off aide. Vverett'e ball .•n her own 4# yard Jlne. Knratt rar. . rtod ball If yarda br lino |iiuai*a H#n .tsroon punted 3& yards Kwr«tt's hot! oa hor own u yard lino K**ratt again mart-nod latl down field owd quarter sadsd with ball on Malt Iwaks s I-yard llns *<eret I.«rrrtt. «. Ukr, 4. SM <>M> i|| %|(Tl'.lt-—4t.'i* r :>sa pl'maed fhru rotitar for tho «or*>nd Kvorstt too- h dowa Mhsrman missel (t>al a«air> •Vwro- »»rrrtt. If; «t*|| I skr, 4. »tr •tt ki«krd off to Malt laks Malt s ball »n own tb«yard llao C*»r»tt he 14. and llsndsraon |>vin(r.| t$ yard* y:»er •tt'i hall on own if.yard im* Km«u' f»*rcad ball IS yards and passsrt. t*arl«t«4 to Nliaa, failed SCvoratt a«aia |w>un<|p<| tha Moo and Mhrrman. Morgan and Wll »n carrtod bail to Malt Uk« s It yarO liao. Mhorman hit Isft cuard K«*r stt s third t<»urhdowii Hrltt kicked ff»al Hcwrr r.teredt. ||| H*|| I akr I K*mr att ku kast nff ovar goal Hao Malt !«ka'o ball on own St-yard Una Kverott holds a«»d Jcakea kUks 4 4 jrarda. Carlson ! fumbled and Salt l.ak* raco«orod lUH S ball on own »• yard Una Malt! lak§ loot IS yardai Two paaaeo faii» l ' and third 9>aea romfdatad for bo «ain 1 Jowkwa punt- l SS yards to Kraratt'a 44 I yard lino SSvvratt a«am started march , to towchdown Om Una plays Wllaon car rl*d ball oaar Hrltt kicked pal h«pto Ktorstft. !4 Malt lake. 4. Keerott kl< had off «4 yarda. Malt l<aka'a ball on own Ik-yard Uao Morgan tntsrr«|«t*d long j»a*« i:*eratt a ball on aan 44 yard Una Half snda M«rwro; t:«erall. ra. *«u lakr, 4. ▼MSSin Qf \SITCSS-aalt lake kirks off to RrerotCa IS yard Una Wilson r* turns bait IS yard% Rvarott at art a smaahlng llna agala. Mlrhal. Kreratt a star ha'fhark. rarlacas Mor V « n at right half Kvoratt forcoa ball Into Ma't |*aka • SAN FRANCISCO. Nov t« Two major foot hall gamae were all therw waa left today of th* Pacific coaat football anaaon. Kxrrptuig for th*a* —tha r>nr» mouth Woahlngtnn gam* at Seattle Saturday, and the Kaat Weat gam* at Taaadena New Yoar'a day—foot boll ended with yeaterday'* battle*. Oregon, weakened aerioualy by lh« abaenre of Blli steer*, atar back, loat tt to 0 to th* Cniveralty of Southern California at Paaailena yeaterday. Altho It waa the dope that If t r . H, C. won th* game, there might be a play off with California for the (v«"t leadership, experts around Han Kraft rlaco bay did not look with much favor on *urh a plan today. They aeemed to think that the victory BLAME DOBIE ITHACA, N T.. No* - They're blaming Coach Oil Dohle for not naming a captain for the Cornell eleven Ihla fail Students believe In Oil's theory, bul they think the squad needs a leader on the battle field. TED RUNS ON BOSTON'. Nov. I«—Ted M'red I ft) will not hang up hla spikes He la planning to stretch hla lega again during the coming winter board floor season. GOTTA COME CLEAN KKW YOKK, Nov. !«. Rnxers suspended or disqualified by the Massachusetts slate boxing ciimmla •ton will hereafter be barred from appearing In tha ring In New York during the term of suspension or disqualification. TIE 'EM, TY HAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 2« Pa cific coast folks havs learned that Ty Cobb can talk well on any sub Ject except hlmeetf KB Do You Want a Strong Bank In Which to Keep Your Hard-Framed Savings? Then investigate our claim to Strength Service Safety $100,000.00 Capital THE BANK FOR SAVINGS Open Saturday Evenings from 6 to 8. Pln« Bt, at fourth Ave. # TWO MORE BIG GAMES ON COAST GRID LIST | trrrttory. A pa»a. from Carlton ta |>laoa I fella Kvrrett |»onn.U llns again and «ar< I rtee ball to Malt iJike a ra yard Una Mali lak* kulda Malt laka'a ball on o«n U-yard Una Malt forced to kl* k and Jewkrs buota ball to mid field. Kwrott ba> ka start another atl%an«o to ! wards Malt lak« (foal on line play a. and with tho ball on Malt Lake a SS-yatd Una tatiswi | a»*< < ..r the line to 1• t a • » a tou< hdowi Hrltt lulaaes g«»al v«f K«Oa I -ell lakr. • Kvaroll - off Malt lake a ball on van 94 yard line SCvorott bolda and Jetskaa punta to Mlrhal on «g-yard line Kvoratt ad<an>ra (•all sa yarda « n line plongss and <*aria»n pnaaea over tbe goal.ltM ta Wastrom for titorkdown Hrltt kl. ka goal henao; I.»rrett, tf s Holt lake. •. H««rall kirka off to SS yard line Malt l*ako gains U ! yarda on paaa lleaderoon to Pawald Another pasa llanderaon to Jswkoa. neta 14 yarda Malt Ukas ball on ICveretf* ' SS-yard Una ' Wilana latef <*pta paaa K»rr»t« • ball On >;wn SS-yard Una. K«er att atari a ten another toarhdown parade, I bat la finally halted t»f a || jard pon alty f<>r hr liac. and Malt holda for downa on th*ir own 44 yard lin« v i »ar tar an,ls Mraro; S.trreti, ia, Malt lake, •. mi MTU Qt AHUK-kalt lake makea , yardage on Una plongea Malt lake pan altaovl for being off aids. l*aao. Il«wder* e»*n to l*oieal4. »eta 4 yarda Kveratt ' blorka puat and lleadaranat r*< o»era Malt lafca'a ball on osn 34 yard Itn* iowkea punts aad Mlrhal roturna Hall t<> Matt lakt til yard Una Michel | smashes hall IS yarda Paaa «'orison to ; lusoa. fall*. l*lno bucka rarry tha hall j to I yard line aad Michel bo. ka tha hall .ver Mn«*» nan kirk* «<•«; Mraawi r»rr HI. 11, Mall lake. S. >.*aratt kl'ka off I to 14 yard Una and Jewkes returna ball I It yan • man intertepta paaa and j carr.ao ball to Malt take s li yard line j r»ur Una pltinaea follow and Mit»rmaa jb i ka tg* halt «»«f Mharman aoal i*ce»» S'wU. M. nail lake. 4. |E*er j att kScka off Malt lake a kail oa own :• yard Una Wilaaa Intsrrepta pasa and carries bail 14 yarda to Malt lake s 14- yard lino. Ilondsroon dropping him with a pretty ta«kle Another e*rt»a of into hocka fallow and Mb Mel finally carried tha tall over Mharman ki<ka «al •ac«ro: Kverett, ao wait lake, a Kverett ktcka off to ft yard Una Jewkea kicks I off aide kTvaeett ball on own «t yard Una Hurka rarryr tha bail 14 yarda and a freautifwl peas. Cartoon to towstrom coonta another touchdoarn. Mharman ktcka goal Ktnal whlatlo final arwro: S.tereti. g7 j Mall lake, 4. ov»r Ore*nn hadn't broojrtit V R C„ Into ttrUilnc <l*tanr« of tha OUlfor nla teftm. Washington Ptafa rovered herwilf wjth *lorr by lovadlo* tha Middle \Ve*t nnd arorlnir a tl to to rtrtorr ovar Nafcruaka n.a Waahinrtonlana won tha mime bjr a aanaatlnnal fin l*h. after Nehmaka had a t-omfort alile lead. The All raeirir fleet team, nlarlna the Olympic club at California field. Berkelay, won Ito I, Ftiir Mill In ffntm. fnmoua navy full lack, play* In* quarter for tha re«t, acorvl tha only touchdaien- Santa Clara l»a( Nevada 14 to II In a hart in me played in Han Pran claco. REDS ALL SET CINCINNATI. Nov. }« -Prank Itancroft, business manager of the Reds. ha* everything all set for the Reds' spring tiainlng They will go to Cisco, Tex , March J. and train three week* before barnstorming north. NATIVE SONS ITRHANA, hi., Nov, :« Kvrry one of the flrit string Illlnl eleven are resident* of the state. In Cali fornia they rail >m native sons HE'S NO KID NKW YORK. Nov Nnrman E Ilrookes. the great Australian tennis player, has Just celebrated hla 4.* th birthday. He has played f"r the Davis rup trophy oftrner than any other net star. THREE BIG ONES NKW YORK. Nov 2«. - Jimmy lironson says there are Just three men he will not send Itoh Martin up against now. They are Hemp sey. Wills and Fulton. Alaska jy Ivory / A? / Send one East. your friends (' / know that Alaska Ivory is com in« to the front. It will be a boost for Alaska and incidental ly for Seattle. These Holders are made from Walrus Tusks right in our factory. See one made, send it as a present to some Eastern friend. Then se cure one for yourself. They are beauties. Spring Cigar Co., Inc. Factory, 707 Firnt Avenue THE SEATTLE STAR FIGHT IS ONLY "W" HOPE On the *»ve of the big Ihtrtmouth- Walhlngton finitball gatnn evrn thn moat utdent iHNotcii of the Wash ington rlaven ara pu king thn Clrnnn •Irtrrn tt» trtit lionm with thn awnat and of thn ntirv whait they Uutgl* with >ha I 'ttr pic and Hold slevso at tho new Htadlum Hatui day. Whlln nothing Is a sum thing In tlm*4B day* of up*ct«, there'* no in trying to kid a bunch t>f figure**. Washlitgt<»n ha* gone thru a s«*aaon of five giimaa and has won only one start, and that against Whitman. Nona of their alefaats ware **over whelming." but nev4*rtl»elon* tha In ability for Waahlngton to *cor« put theut at the bottom of tho confer sites staiiding for th* first time in years. Dartmouth, on ths other hand. I*4una* to ths Coaat a* one of the strongest teams In the Ksst The tJra»*n eleven, handk-appe'd by Injur lea. got off to a laid start, but with their true strength In the field they *tartc<S to mop up, and they have bean winning rrgularly of late. iH course, there sra many thing* to be taken Into consideration before making Dartmouth a top-Heavy fa vorite On* Is the probable effect of the lone trip across the country And another Is the change In climate And the third In the playing before a strange crowd, and the final ree* eon la "Washington fight.** The last reason is the one hope of thn Washington supportsrs. If the team will only fight, end It they get their share of ths breaka, they may fool the vlaltora and the "Hops" by coming out on top. but they will spring a big surprlne if they d*». snd a lot of wlae hoys will take n»big wallop right where "Mary wears her necklace." \V \HIIINIiTON DANM ON HHi\% %HIIH The Washington line haa nhnwn * I lot of Mtrmith recently. «n<t VVm»h tngton aupporlrri «r» looklnf to the ! forward* to atop the at lark of lh« | brilliant n«rimouU) backfleid. With ; th*» Wtahlnvlon men faring auch »turdy f«»rwanU u HIU Cunningham, r*ntmr; Oua Hudenberg. tackla. and N'eldlander. tackle. !h» lurnlnari**«i c»f ; (lie Own tin*, thai W'Mhingtun men ! hlv» tbelr work cut out for them I Ijarry Hmlth will face Cunningham. *nd P»»b !n«rhim the ftffhtlnf "W i 'vhlf, will h«ttli» Hudrntwri In what ■hmild he KiHilhrr atruggle. OipllUn Ted Kiulk. Waahlngton end. who ha* been wenh'nMl by tnjurlen thla )ri\.r. j ifl flJwrlHl to l»e at the top of the form that made him the txwt end on tha foam laat year. n A KTMOI "TH RArKPTKID IN fttill I I \NT rwimnulh in aald to hae* the mn«t brilliant barkfleid In Kaatern football wb«B *ll of tha retuUtu are j In the tnme Captain Jim Robert j •on, at half, la the m<)l>Kltu) atar; of the outfit Weinhtn#r rkxw to 200 j pound*, atkd ranking a* one of the' ba»t klckera In th« Ka*t. ttrr CJreen , pilot will have to be watched cloaely j by the Waahlngton defrna* B*fur j day Jordan, who rail* the *tgtuila. j \n another brilliant performer, while i Bhelboure, at fullbark. and fltifir* at the other half, are aaid to he able running mate* for the IhirUnouth captain. GAME OrKN* NMV ftTAMI M While it a no kWgW a laerret. the fact that tha |ama will mark the opening of th"» new Waahlngton ata dlum. one of the biggest atructurea of it* kind In the country, will ba a j apertal attraction tomorrow There will I*- dedication reremonlea pre* •*!> Ing the tuaal*. which wtlfe get undn vrav at 1 p m The klckoff of the big battle la aet for 2 30. NT Ann 'M nrin IN (iOOl) fIIIATK Todetrrmlne for otiraelveg whether or not the playing aurface would he In rondltion for Haturday'a game, we make a trip out to atadlum. The ground whould be In good ahape, re gardlraa of whether It ralna or not becauae the ground la aprlngy and the field la auperbly drained. A ape rial drainage *yat«<m. coating thou nanda of dollar*, ha* be»n Inalalled and ahoukl keep the field In good ahape. I Wore neat Heaaon the field will be planted In gntaa and the Waahlngton aquad will have a aod field for the ftrat tlrm. VAKNKII. TO OFFiri \TK The tame ahoutd be *pe*d*»d right itlong Saturday with Oeorge Vam ell, the veteran official. In charge of the came VarnHl In without a ps*er aa KILBANE AVOIDS BEST "FEATHER" CONTENDERS ll> IIKNRY L rARRKI.Ii NKW YOItK. Nov. 16 In thegn di»>g tif n»n fighting rhxantdting, Jiihnny Killmne, hlntt ionic r*i»rrf drnl emtwhlln ('lrvrliind |K>l|t|rtitn, nlna thn prwlt-r "Crol* d-t King " Hn'g the undlaputed thampltm of all Wflghta nnd cln ana* a at avoiding ring cngngrma<ntM. 11« a ting thru th 4* artuill tlinn rln'Ultg with a vaudnvllle art In whli'h ha dancea, alnga and playa a violin, th-* featherweight rhuntplon of tha norld hna no ear ftir offer* of Tr* Kl< kartl nnd tha chnllantfra of a pair of first rlaa* con tenders. The < hamplon told the writer dtir Ing the world's aerlca that he hnd recnlvsd no offer from Kh'kard. hut that ha waa not dlnp4taed to rink his tit Is In the Kaat, where he figure* there Is nothing but prejudice against him In a dedalon bout Kaat em fans Ninceraly belleva tlutt he would lo*e his title against either ftilly Da Foe. PRODIGIES BALL PLAYERS SIGN HftOOKIaTN, Nov. •« Pitcher* It. C. iHirham. I»uls Kerry, Harold K. Goldsmith. Harry K. Hagemann and laflsidsr Ivsn M. Olson have already sent In aigned contracts to Charley Kbbeta of the Brooklyn aqusd. an official on the Coaat. and he ■bould keep things moving, lie will be aided by a capable staff of aaalat ant* A new official ha* been added —« field Judge who will aaflut In deciding play* on the field M m M X. C. JL Sure enough, Ae oldlxK -went back. on. me .N> IT WAS ft vktlt. . _ U _ M • • • y THEN I had a hunch. OP A bill and tha old but. Bii«utn'u». " • • • PUSHED HER around. GROANED AND ihuddered. 811 l , r _*. *. * • • . PULLED A thin* ama Jig. AND FINALLY atalled. AKn *' ' . . • • AND THE blama boaL AND YOU could err «cn. BAC ked up' tb*. bin ON THE radUtor. WITHOUT EVEN heattatlng. WELL, WHAT J know, , 0 , ,'rict ABOUT .UZZ wagona. WH|CH COULD BE written big. SHOULd'rEMEMBER. ON A poatw atamp. WHEN IN doubt. light op, ■UT I flddlad around. . * • • • A "SATISFY" cigarette. AND TORE OM.W ah.rt FOR WITH ono'of the. AND GOT all amnarrd up. qeaßEdVo' yo'ur Lath. THE ENGINE wonld atari. * * • • • YOU CAN atart anything. BUT LIZZIE wouldn't. • • • • • • NOT ON that hill. T T '"•'n't take mnrh perwuaaton to I quit and lit np. 1 net ("heaterflelda going they'ra „ * * * aelf atartera. That blend of hne ONE OF mjr cigarette*. Turk lah and Domestic tobacroa • • • makes friend* by the million*. An- AND THOUGHT It over, other thing you don't find a Chca • • • terflald smoker "ahlftlng" brands— ho'a In "high" all the time. CJieslerjßdd yff\ CIGARETTES —a thn Ht I*mul littln fellow, or Andy ChMftoy. I>4- Foe, with hla glonhlng atUtrk. hln clever boglnff mid hln obvloua dcalm to do hIM beat r»very mlnutn, rnitdn a tremendoug hit on hla flrat anpoar.in«'n in Nt*w York rnrnntly when he butt4*r«*d Jtalph Itrady al m«»at Into a pulp Hrady ovnr 140 pound* and Ke waa lator aUH|« n<l« .t for fulling to makn weight by thn Ni*w York gtate fommlaalon Coming out of Madiaain H<|Uare> after tha bout the f»tn* were unanlmtiu* In something Ilka thls "That I>n Vos la a real boy. We want to »<"a* him soma mors. Wouldn't he innka a me** of Kllbane?" lln Hoe waa unable to gat a fight In his chut* In thn Middle Want and be had to mlngln with light weights nnd welterweight*. Illckard 1* hav ing the *iiina trouble in getting the fen therw eights of the I-Jant to go against him Andy rbaney |* another boy ftuga Stars All-City Prep Tearns to Be Named Saturday The War's annual All «ity high school football squads will be pub llahed i nhl«h vfl In dude two full teams Players not taking part In at laast two full gamea ars not considered In theae •elections. Italian soldier* who died fighting on the mountain front will he burled together on one of the highest peaks of Italy, probably San Michel* iaroun'l hf-rn nrn confident hn wotjltl flnlah thn chafnisfton In it If» round tt" to mdm laion. Kddl«* M«'ud, ("hane-ya mtmuic'-r, 'itun»'«l u l«d of Mrntjarrn-"nt reinntly with a novel ndvnrtUln® gtunt lo forcat the- * harriplon Into m fight. 11« apr**ad hrohd'-ast notices, bear ing the picture nnd dencrlption "t Kllhann and off'iing (1,000 for his "capturf." "fin«* thouaand dollar* will ba paid by tha undnralgnad (Kddln M«*;id» to any person who captures Johnny Kllbane arid da*llva>ra him Into tha htindn of Andy Chsnsy in any ring of the I'nitod Htntea," the noU<ft read "KillMina has run away with the featherweight tit la of tha world, which 1* public property, and I* known to bn. hiding '*orn"whnre In VSUdevllH' at the pre*«*nt tlma. "Kllbane I* about & feet. 6 Inches tall and weigh* In the neighborhood of 140 poundH Him hair 1* fast turn Ing whits from worry to which BY RIPLEY rCheasty'r IF Washington <Vins against Dartmouth in football to morrow, will you win a Dunlap hat? Cheasty's matchless stock of hats is often called upon to pay bets. The winner knows he is doubly lucky if he receives a Dunlap or any other of our popular hats as a wager. HATS NOW 1/4 Off Your Wardrobe Should Include Silk Topper For formal wear Derby For semi-formal wear Soft Hat For business Cloth Hat For golf and outing Cap For motoring and sports Dunlap Hats Are Always Correct Sold Exclusively Where "Values Tell" Cheasty's Avtuvt Ararmm rrncr^ Clothing, Shirts, Full Dress One-fourth Off 'AT, NOVKMr.KTT 2« Cbtney ban subje< ted Mm; his J* ft car Is slightly caullf lowered and hU nose bears I mUffiony to the punches which have bounced oft It. KI (bans Is a v«?ry natty drfuwr, flu ha* a penchant for brown «uiti and always wears a brown vrjour hut. A fra ternal pin m worn in the lapel of his coat. He weurs a large diamond in hU t*3 and another on ths fourth flng*r of his left hand." For the good of the nun*. Kilbans • hould retire and pans on hfs crown if he doenn't want to give other Ujml ths *ha nee that h* wan given. It flu easily under*loot! why tlr* champfov is not a« keen sbout boxing as h« win* when he was laying ths founda* tlon of a hank acoount that now must be close to (J&O.OOO. lie i« now Independently wealthy, and whll* hs in making very llttH money out of the ring game his title as champion In helping him to cash in on a vaude ville act. Kllbane refuses to make weight tor anyone and this may be the one big reason why he refuses to come lo New Vork it is becoming an accepted brief that he cannot rnak* the weight of his class under any conditions. U.s. c. WALLOPS OREGON, 21-0 PAHA DEN A, Cal. Nor. 2«.- The I rnlversity »of Koutbem California *ept up It* winning atreuk by down * log the Oregon squad hera > « nt«>rri*y iiy » 21 to 0 count. It w«u a hard fight thruout, with the Troy him hav ing the upper hand. Or<KOn wan weakened by the loan of Hill BU»*rs. who wa« at the bed- Mde of his father, who was Injured In 1 »n automobile accident r«-cently. Oregon «•> V. 8. C. 121) Morfm r (»«•«)• i I*. T Boyle Mr«rhM I. 0.. AS# V. IjCSII* C .......... r«llanr| Mauts ft H Towfii^wl Shield T K>«n« | Howard It. K Smith Ifdnhart .. Q B .... l.*»dln*haas J <*hipm«B I. H D*u j Maad* It H ... • Buttrrftald • r ill ... Kincaid I lfor« by periods: l ! t I Ti. Oregon .... t • • • t V H C. 7 • • 14—21 r h (' *or in* J >*■•!» S. Hmlth •!<«!• fr"Mi tourhilovn Kvani t I'mplrt Klaaholt; Dolan; field Ju<tc• Whim#. h#ad lineman. Mlaor KulKiltutM <>r*gon l*augb!tn for B !.#•!)# Brown for Howard. Vaoderayo for Ptraohan, O'Dall for Jar obturrgor. I h (' i#»nr for HutivrfutMii I<ocfc* #tt f*r !/*ah y. la«nhaui*r for (Jroeao. lUal* ' r Bow la; Ix> w• 11 I.indJay far Towr»a*nd. i.indlay t*r Am* Woodward for l>#an. Uordoa for iMnautMr, XCcaa for Hmlth. HOPPER TO QUIT PHILADELPHIA. No*, tt.—Op t»ln KotxTt Hopper of tho Penn eleven will not return to «rhool next fa.ll. He hu decided to (O into bumneva. BOOSTS ADAMS BOSTON. Not. It—After lookln* over bl( league football player* Coarh Cavanaugh of noatoa college find* none of them hava anything on Adam*, the Springfield Training achool linesman.