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COMING OF BELGIAN CUE STAR ADDS FLAVOR TO BILLIARDS HY IIKK VTEW YORK. Nov. 16.—The billiard season of 1920-1921 * ' got into full swing quietly, but a sensational climax may De existed if the reputation of John lloremaus, the .famous Belgian cue star, is upheld by his performance* in this country. Horemans comes with a record of having made runs of 200, 300. 400 and everv 500 at 1H.2 balkline under practically (Championship conditions. For several years he hu.s la-en I the European sensation. In View of the fact that Willie Hoppe has reigned supreme •o long in the balkline world, * match or series of matches between the two should I* tremendously interesting. W*™ I told lloppe tint Hon* Mum wu coming and asked the Awrtmn "champ" If ha would rum peta Wtlh the IMitao. 1 (Ot a char acteristic reply. HOPfK IS MUOT "1 am rf*<ly and wtTtlnf to ihhl an* balk tine player In the world. 1 •ertamly will be glad to m<4t llore nuu, for he certainly h.ia > pttl reputation." Horemana defeated I .oat* Cur*. French wiur.l. Uat jror In t 9**tw of 1.100 point nut.hM. In •M of the contnei* he avarnced mar* tku M. If h* can do that utlml Ho»p* he will give the Am-rlcan •tampion a (enaatlonal teat. FOOTBALL FACTS Here's the probable lineup fur the big Washington Dutmouth grid etruggla Saturday. The coachee will announce a definite lineup tonight: Dartmouth P<wlllo«l Washington Lynch R K U Faulk ic.) NetdUnger R T U Clark Crlap R. O. U l'»pa Cunningham f .ftmlth Merrltt .U O. R. Glenn Bonnenberg U T R. Ingram O. Moora U K R. Miller Jordan y. Abol Robertson (c t I. II 11. Ih,l>y Uoibrook -K H a K* kman Bhelburne P ...Harpar Oeorge Vamell. Transylvania, refer** J. P. Hcott. Stanford, umpire. J Tracy Strong. Überlin. and Joa Oottstrln, Prown, head llatamen. Barry Dadmun. field Judga. Pint Interaactkinal eonteat ever played la Seattle. Oano sailed at t'.ll p- m. Saturday In New Washington stadium Ftfteae tnlnuts quart era. Oeala to bo decided by Cfcptaln Faulk and Captain R.Aerteon by flip at coin before game starts. DodVatlua eeraznony to start at I 11, Gates open at 12 noon. TIGERS FALL BEFORE LINCOLN Lincoln won tha final grime of tha frap achool achedule yesterday whan they wallope.l tha Brnodwmy elaven lor a |M count on Denny field. DM Wood*, at and for nroadway, alaynd a atar game for tha loaera. ■pence r Harris. who did tha pant. K* Cor tha loaera, alao played a nice **A»othar atar of tha game waa Data Boyle, quarterback for tha win ■ad, Boy la. beatdea drop kicking a flaM goal, waa In the imm every sac ■•4 of tha time lend Huhn. at center for tha wtn- Mm played havoc for aay playa that DM Broadway qnartertiack directed thru (ha canter of the line Uamln gcored a drop kkk and a touchdown In the flrwt quarter. Huhn. I Jncoln* renter, broke thni and blocked an attempted Broadway pant, recovered the ball and ran 40 yard* for a touchdown. Math'-w*. Lincoln'a full. Intercept •d a forward paaa In the final peri«d for Ma team's final ncora Tae Haaopa U»«,ta (II a . _lt read way fei Sassferd .....U J - *'•' •hi ,!la T ..... Andrews MrClomd ... L Ma<r><m*nll Haka -- ■ Fletcher ItviM .HO..*. I'«f»«7 BSt* n T ***** CUttiflC ... ..•••••• ft K. a ....... . liSYjSS JL-U Q B W»!'f>ti SZhOWO r n Me Inter Itrfiear*" .R H......... wrlfli :.UH- Mem. lim <>» > » • * ■" Unrein • • J Br.ad.ay "" •wring: rtiid »oal. BoyV •e<Mrti4o.n». Hakn u4 Mathe... gsai. Mv*rt.4. Bayi. 1. » tiulMfttrtttior. Ma/ieta tfeOntrh«>n VVBorl. arheettler for aa»»«- farl.r for HMford l(.Tl. tnr Mrfutrhmtr. •avag* for achoeiiLr. t«»»u fcr Maltet. —Ward for W.ltno: to \rUr tor Wrtatil for furliek; Briek l»n for wrtght Willi, for en.-..™: girlMk for Willi. Walton for Ward, Oil mora for «»»!•*. Official.: Wtroirg; omptra, 9oxi» head llnaaman. Wile; fataoid TO TRY AGAIN "bOHTON, Maaa.. No*. J* —Henry X) Sullivan of Lowell, who failed to fwim the English channel laat sum mer. haa returned home. lie will try agflri next year. FOOTBALL FATALITY LONDON. Nov. 2« Whl* playln* football In |h» iitwt Alfred H«t>a. 10 yaara old. backward anil brok« hi* iwck and aplnal cord. dyln« In •Unity. Guests Reward Dog for Saving Lives JCEW YORK. Nov. 28 >-"Kluff," a collie doff own«l by Kr»d DotiaUUoa 144 K 6*th at.. will l«ad a do*'a M* no longer, lloomer* In tha hou«« whow I) v*h h» naVMI from flr» havn provided a permanent fund for ■wMtmntta for him. TM Garman ha* booj'ht, for caah. 2Z,«4H.«00 pound* of lard, at a coat of 24 canU a poud Allmrt Cutler la making » «<*m t "comeback" aa a bllllardlat. and In noma of hi* wtliibltton work afainat L>avM MoAndlta*. former Claaa A i champion of tha National Aaaocta Uon of Amateur Itilllarl Player*. he liaa tnada runa of mora than 100. Oti j one ocoaaton he clicked off ill. cm JO* HAH MHO < MM Cutler ha a had a lone career aa a bUllardlat and bellevea that thia year he will be at>i* to tak<- Hoppe'a ineaa ure in the rhainplonahip loumannnl So between Cutler and Horemana lloppa la likely to have plenty to do ; to hold onto the tula. It la a good thine for billiard* that Horaman* la going to compete here thia year. Kfforta are now belnu I made to elevate Mlllarda to tha po ' Mtlon which the number of It* play . era entitle* It to hold In the world i of «porta More than 10.000 player* 11 have already been enrolled In on* f «tate aaaoclation. Tha InternaUonal 11 flavor to the coming corneal* will add great Interval. CADETS AND MIDDIES READY BY IIKMtT I. FARRKI J. NEW YORK. Nov. 1« --Ooat and] everything. tha Nary "J|" to an chored h»r» getting steam op for the annual encounter tomorrow against the Navy. From the plains of Wwt Point, wh.r. they hare been battling now and Uia element* for a week. the Army contingent will arrive today. Forty five tboumod fortunate poa ara.ira of r> aseratlena in the obaer vatioa towera of the Polo Grounds ara weighing the communique. from both cam pa and trying to Crura It oat. Nary haa a wonderful Una and a fair back field. It preaenta a mora finished squad. having gone thru a more exacting achedule. The Army haa the brilliant French, and tha rodeta aay he's enough. Tha classic game of tha aeaann will have all It* noted glamour and eolof If tin weatherman la kind enough to •para tha rain, mlat and fog that made laat year's game a terror. The preaidentlal bo* will ba empty, hut five atata governor*, tha mayor of New York, the aecretarh-s of tha army and nary and tha high rank ing officer* of both service* will ba there. Thl* Army-Nary sat to will donee tha llghta of the saaron aa far aa the Kant I* concerned. Tha Dartmouth Waah ..gton game In Seattle will finish tha chapter In i tha West until Near Year's day. when > Ohio Htate and California ara to grapple In I'aaadena. Both of tha big Thanksgiving day games brought mlrprlaea yesterday. The hlggeat Jolt waa tha feat of the DUNDEE CLOTHES mmmmmmm ark UNION MADE TO ORDER FINELY TAILORED PRICED $3O AND UP ( Pluiulea 304 PIKE ST. G®®ifg®§ a Gire&ft Gmj, Eift= America la still analytically won deiing about Oeorgee C'arpentler. It lute had many a glowing conver sation over the French champion eoclallv, financially and otherwise. It doeen't know a ulngle thing bad about tha vlaltor from Plt-ardy, but the mention of hla nama tmlla up a big quceUnn mark U) everybody's mind. Newapapera have printed column after column of matter about the Uorgeoue oaa and have reproduced bia plcturea until every echoolboy knowa him better than they know the. gentleman who preaidra at tha \N itite llnuaa. Tha nama of Ckrpentler sug geata a vivid picture whatever It la mentioned. Ho wa have derided that Qaorgaa la a great guy but— We know ha waa a filer In tha French aviation cor pa during tha war, but that la an Incident of tha paat and doeen't tall ua how hard ha can aock. Wa know ha aaw America flrat from tha aama private Pullman car that Cox and the king and queen ..f li.'tgium raw It from. but election la ovar and tha king and queen hava gone back to housekeeping In little Belgium. Wa know that he puahed ovar Rattling levlnakT the American trial h«>r*e -in his flret pugilistic effort In thla country, but tha crltlca now aay It didn't mean anything tor Boat any old puahar could push Pennsylvania "11," which found It. aelf and boat Cornell II to I. nttaburg and I'enn It tat e battled to a eooreleaa tie In mud ovar their ar.klea Both are aatlaDed. The Wewtarn altuatloa remained the aama. with Notre Dane forcing down the Michigan Aggtao to keep the Hooelera' record dean. I The Knatern alt nation to la a bad meea aa a rewult of Pitt and Penn ittate'a Ua A crllio will have to get down to vary fine point* to rate Princeton. Pitt and Penn State. The tltree can claim the championship, arid no one can prove they're wrong. underwear money JtJH into "HANES" and greater comfort \J ' tAsncxM ' /r ■'. NMN CMTfIMfMI "W» |t«ff*fN WmH U mdtTWir • ■ o ufe r—•» e'7 button W» gulf*loo (0 return fMtr mo 000 0t f*oo TOU 0 00W gormont o*9 000 m "I JANES" winter underwear for 1 1 men wins on merit! Its sales ■^qDnj^^H, « exceed any elastic knit underwear. ST(S)^^H You buy enduring quality in its p "Hanes"-spun yarn, in its "Hanes" directed workmanship! And, its warmth, service and comfort can- | ~~«!p^W not be exceeded at the price! I Your contidenee in every "Hanat" garment, in wry "Hanmt" thread and etitch can never be mi t placed! "Hanet" guarantee proves that I "T fANES" underwear is made in heavy and medium weight union suits J - 1 and heavy weight shirts and drawers. The medium weight union suit is new this year. It is made of full combed yarn, is silk trimmed and car ries the yellow Hanes label. "Hanes" Union Suits have the tailored, non-gaping'collarette; closed crotch stays closed; an extra gusset gives extra thigh comfort; button holes last the life of the garment; flat unbreakable seams. Shirts have the snug-fitting "Hanes" elastic knit collarette and elastic knit wrists. Drawers are cut roomy and have the durable "Hanes" 3-button sateen waist band. Put the boy into Hanes Union Suit* the biggest value in quality, wear, warmth and comfort for boys ever sold at the price. Made in sizes 20 to 34, covering ages from 2to 16 years. Two to four year old sizes have drop seat. P. H. HANES KNITTING CO., Winston-Salem, N. C. "SVSSS? Warning im tho trodo. Any |irmnt offered •• "Hmm" It • substitute unless It bun the "Hanes" label. N&Ustok Vm*Stjjh\ Til E SEATTLE STAR over a decrepit setup. We know that Maxima Par panller haa told friend hueband that he muat not (mi any more after he meeta l>enipeey, but the wtae bnya My he wunt be able after be dors hla part of the act. We know he posed for lha movies aa 'The Wonder Man." but every body gets In the screen bualneaa now and I hen. We know that he ta enppoeed to PRICE OF HINGES IS MOUNTING. IT WOULD SEEM FROM THIS RATE Ni:# YORK, Nov. II In the ll|V«t)tlf«(IOf) of I'nttJHl HtAtfW • hipptn* txvftrd artivmr*, on« I*ll of tfwtimonjr rrUi*d to a hm«« Tl»e orlfUuU ami of ihe tan*r VM 83 CENTS, hut A m tewed It In placs; An aastotailt blartunnU h helped him; A master mechanic wu on the Job. And wheo the shipping board got the bill It amounted ta $161.00. ' The hinge was to raplaea one broken on the galley door of a • hip at Norfolk, and William ft Morton, a former Investigation agent of the hoard, told tha com mil tee Its atory. Swiss Invent New Rapid-Fire Gun OKNirv*. INrlta»rlan<!. Nor I« Tb* _ ll*lm «raf auihortliM h»r» rarrlod oat »*p«rlmn«ta with * n*w lons autnmaUc pbttol eapabl* of fir in* II bull*U p*r »»ron<l a 'ti*Unn of >l9 jmrda. Th» woapon U nutjr to manipulate have a hypnotic eye. tut ha hasn't looked anything In tha "lookarg" yet. but old John Bankroll. We know that KMX of perfectly giod typewriters have been beat-n Into Inaenalblllty and acrapped dl» penalng hla propaganda. but It hasn't proved that be can acrap In the ring. All of which leaoa ne to believe that Oeorge# la a great guy but— MUSK-OX TO BE SOURCE OF FOOD WINNIPBU. Man.. Nov ft—The reindeer and Ihe tnuek o« mar he <»me new eourrea of wealth to Cki «U The lludaon I Lay Co., famoua pioneer developer of the American •jominent, haa been chartered by the government to donietslcata theae animals, and a separata department •>f the company with a capital of 9204.000 and the advtra of the noted Arctlg esplorsr, Vllhajatnur Htefaim eon. kill prorwd at one* with ita plana. Hlefannaon apent flva years In the far North living almost eic!u«vely on tha land I(a aaya tha muak ot and the reindeer, whlrh abound at tha An-Uo elrrla, can be uvula to • upply meat and wool Ixnd la flrat aouglit by hurrtera. negt by farmera and finally by man ufaoturera." aaya Htafannaon. "We hava hunted U>a far North. Now ->niee tha time of pulnf and cat tla raising and aftar that parbaps an industrial development." ' Muak Oien and reindeer are mnr. valuable for beef Itian rattle." aaya tttefannoaa. "The muak ox forage* for Itself and will produca It to II pounds of wool a year. •There are huge • lores of ofl. tlm her and minerals and plenty of water power In tha for North. Boonar or later tha muak og and reindeer will lead the way to tha population of that asctlon." ThU "Little" Bill Belies Its Name WASHINGTON, Nov. S* -Tha no calltwl I,lttla bill, whlrh ro<fifl»a tha atatutea for tha |»«wt 135 yrara. Introdur#*! bjr I(fpr*a<>ntatlv* ICdward <'. of Kan«aa, will rom« up f(tr pa**ur* In thm com In* aaaulofi. It* nam*. (ha little Mil oontaJna mora thaji 2.000,000 wmrtH, grouped in 11,000 o*eUoii« undi»r *0 title*. His tobacco wins state And he wears just one brand of overalls when he's on the job BROAD-LEAF toßaeco that talcs state prites— that's what William Mori arty raises, and every working day he is on the job himself in overalls. William Moriarty has tried a lot of overalls since he srtartod raising tobacco. And today he's • steady user of Blue Buckle Over All*. Whether it's running a farm, or a railroad train, or • machine in the shop, millions of other men on big jobs tt _ . „ have found that Blue Buckle* meet every test. um / M Find out for yourself about Blue Buckles. Test the lilue Ruckle t every long-wearing denim dotb, the wide, double-stitched time. ■earns. Try on a pair. Blue Buckle Over Alls and Coats William 1 Moriartv never bind or rip. Solid workmanship in every detail is bound to give yon your money's worth. AO sisea—Men's, Youths', Children's. Ask your dealer today (or Blue Buckles. Blue Buckle OverAlls Biggest selling overall in the world * t». a? 'aiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiißiiiiiuiiiißiiiiiiiiiiiiaiNiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiigiiiiuiiiiigHiiiiiiHiHiiiiiiniiK I AN OVERCOAT DRIVE | j $3O All Wool Overcoats c $14.85 1 i $35 All Wool Overcoats $18.75 I | $4O All Wool Overcoats $22.75 1 Our windows filled with the finest of Overcoats at prices that show tre» 9 ■ mendous reductions are sure attracting attention. We did a wonderful over- 5 = coat business last week. Get yours while these snap prices last. SE S Suit Specials Overcoats I I $33.75 S*r. I = \ a, ues tOQ 75 Double-breasted, form-fitting ~ ~ L il-'L models, half and full belted rg = Spiendii malarial* tn -nappy nr W mod- effects in the verv smartest 52 #i* and popular color*, a real roduo- eiiecus, in tne very smaiaest I |Z| tion on blab quality clothes. ITlil tenuis. \\ ortn. fit ICASt foO. f^j | $4O Young Men's Suits Cut to $27.65 I ~ Snappy patterns in brown, srray and blue mixtures. All the late style fea- S as tures. Wonderful buys at $27.65. • . s§ i $2O BOYS' SUITS Cut to $l4 e«5 I 1 f§ Two Pairs Fully Lined Knickerbockers *T X = Everything in our big Boys' Department is reduced. Mothers who S5 (♦] have waited for prices to come down will be happy here. By far the (2 EE biggest line of Boys' Clothing: west of Chicago. =s H Boys' Smart, All-Wool High School Overcoats ........$14.85 || I SHAFERBROS. I '== Seattle's 1 jirjjest Second and University Whole Block EE ~ Clothiers First and University Long == 'Fraskita' New Work by Franz Lehar VTIHNNA, Auatrla, Nov 2«.—Fran* (<*htr, Ihl compoaar of "Tha Marry Widow," h*» flnlah<-d a n«w op»r<tt;i antlllad "I'raaklUi." Tha harolnn In • aort of Carman. Tim opa-ratta will ha prod new) during lha coming ana son. All nnartrvr)od nianfrora liUnda In lha Calooanhal< he* rlvar, Florid*, Iwva baan df.lf nati"l io\ * new gov •■mmant hlrd r«»rv». PAGE 21 Woman Is Invited to Become Mayor T/INIXIN, Kng., Nov. it Mr*. Kll»n Chapman haa rwl»«l * unanlmoua Invitation from th» burn round! to bncoirn rnnyor of Worth- Inir. Mi' la a coiurin of th* lata Jo. ■•■ph Chamh»rlaln. an<l ha* l.»» a mnnlx-r of Ui* oounrtl for t»n year*. TV »»r cli«rtftw*»t hjw Mid mtr pltla property which originally rout 11,000,000,000 at a recovery of (1 f"-r o»nt.