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METS IN BATTLE FOR PUCK LEAD STANDING OF TIIK TI VMS Won lvt Vancouver 4 1 .6«7 Betttile .............. 4 3 471 Victoria ............ 1 ft .314 Seattle ha* a chanca to *llp back Into ft rut place In the Count puck race if they can »par.k the Van couver septet In the hockey clash set lor tonight at the local arena. Vancouver held It* place at the top of the heap by downing Victoria Mondav night in the North and the Millionaires are said to be tiitUHK tip a n»ld season pace. The Vancouver team, always a big attraction here, will have their u«uaJ weight advantage, but the local hum ha* had a much-needed rent and will go Into tha fray with ail Ita *peed Urtaned Tonight 1 * gnme will get under way at 1:30 with the teonia lining up a* follow*: Heattla fKinwi. V»n<-O0»^f llVlbim (e) .... <",.»• 1"'<" «" |tn«t ......... .IVf#*-ne ...... . I'un.sn Kit key tvr.ene Ceok ><•! Walker Raver *l«.K»y Pnratea Right Wing •kinner Riley llerrl# I "enter t»eelr.«u |!|Mr,9 H.«!lle T»Wl«. ««•'•! Vaa- Muter. W Adam*. J. Adam*. PRATT IS PIVOT OF BIG TRADE Et, PRATT may r h a n K e hi* mind. If he doewn't. Harry Fr.ue* won't he able to deny that his deul with the Yankees wan a raid Instead of a trad*. I'rnlt to un der a tlyee year contract to coach at the t'niverslty of Mi- hi tan. W h»n he . . . . . . tamed in hu travel stained uni form at the Yankee clubhouse last mi be said be was thru with base ball. Two week* later he was out on Ferry Field coaching the year Ung pigskin booterm GET M-vmuii A few week* aro when Miner Hoggins out-swapped Fnutee, giv- In* Ruel. Vk-k. Thormahlen and Pratt for Bchang, Harper. McNaJly i •ad Hoyt. It looked like the Ited Rwx bad rotten a sandwich for a banquet. It wan known then that Pratt wan on the ouUdde. Pratt's (wlUnc contract can* for is.ooo a ymr. Fraxee padded this salary so high that he thinks Dei will fall for It smi-En WEANS The Red So* owner la mid to have kept the secret dark that he got $15,000 extra cash In the trade. But a Boston sport writer spilled the beana. I The bean epiller claims that Fnuee needed some ready cash I for his theatrical ventures and "jfyped" his hall club to get It. The same qulll-wlcMcr totals up a column showing that Praxee has received 1JJ7.500 In cash for Rup pert and Huston—all at the n pense of the ball club. Ronton fsns say that Fraxee can take his choice between be ta* called a sucker trader or ad mitting: that he got some boot. nuurs nx fo FWxe*- to In a tight fix un laws Pratt doea consent to work for him next season. Pratt played his best game last •canon for the Yanks. He miitht keep up his speed this year If he chooses to (ret back Into baseball toe* Michigan pot Pratt to coach baseball. The school has held the Western conference champion •hip for three seasons. Ho Del to between two rose boshes a rood thin* at Ann Ar bor and a chance to make Frazee come thru with some real jack. MARQUARD IS OPERATED ON BALTIMOriE. lid.. Jan. 12 "Rub*" Marquarl, National leajpje pitcher ace, went under the surgeon's knife at a hospital here today. Ills tonsils were removed The southpaw entered the Institution last niidit for » throat examination. His doctors advised him to have hi* tonsils re moved immediately. Precious Stones and Jewelry '■ nquestioned Quality Reliable Prices A BERT HANSEN Jeweler 1010 Second Avenue HOYT'S NEW MENU Hostnn naked I leans 154 Mexican i' _ ■ lO* Macaroni and Cheese ...ttit llome-ld ule Fie, per cut . lO# SANDWICHES old Meat and Cheese ...lOt ll<it Hamburger ir># Hot Cake* and Syrup ...20£ 3 Doughnuts and Coffm .15* Best Coffee in Seattle 5c HOYT'S 322 I'lke HL. at fourth WE NEVER CLOSE PREP MIDGETS TO OPEN CAGE SEASON With aeren teiun* entered In thel lenjrue the annual high achool midget l>a*ketl>all acaaon will get under way Thuraday with Ihri" 1 |«im« blll^l llnwilm} will play hoat to the llallard fl\e at tha line at Kyin naiUurn. while Queen Anno will tan gle with Kii-t High nt guwn Anno, and Franklin will entertain lh» Un coin five In the Ml. liaker gym, Waat Seattle won't atart Itfl iKiwn until Monday, when they meet Lincoln at Uncola, The frv*hmcn team* of the Mine school* w 111 also play on the e-une day* that the midget team* are booked. performing in a preliminary same to the midget struggle. HKOAtm \\ n\ K r\\ out i> llrmilwajr ha* a particularly strong midget five thl* neojton, and the Tiger* will enter the rare a f<» vorite to win the title. They will line up with Armle Marlon ami Aral it forward*. Welch at i enter, Kd Keek and T*ukuno at guard*, with K-n Schoenfehlt and Wagner for suba. lUllart I* alnted to oppon* Ihe Tiger# with WUker*on at center. Spent* and Verting at forward*. and llartwig and Wllaon at gnanl* The champion Quean Anne team Following is thf complete srhrdulr for the school inidirt't and frrshmen btuskrlball season: Jat»narj IS ** lUJUriI at HfOi|«>y guwM Ann* va. Faat High at Qw» Ann* Unruln va franklin at friinktte. Janaarv 11 Anna ra ftnoatlva? at ftmaifway. Franklin vs. Kaat High *1 fr an kll n. Unruln va Wm« a( Lincoln Jmnmmry tt TUIIaH m fa»t II iff tt at l»al!ar. t ttr**4w«7 WMt h««((U At wm n#*t il*. Qumh An (mi ra franklin at Quaaa Ai»« January V# llaltard »«. franklin at Franklin. Unruln ** Kant ll'th al Unrotia. guMQ Auu* til Will (trait !• at Quhm A una. Jmnu+r? St rtalUrtl ?«. Quran Annr at ItallaM. Mroa4vaf fa iJnr-oln at UkMla. Kaat Hit ft «4 Waat (Waltia at Waat ftaat- Ua frbrmar? S rialltH ti at tiatlardL r.art Hlfti ra. Pr> ».l»ar at Ilroadwair. Wml tWattta va fmnklla at Wm ftaat tl* Frhmart T nrt>».l»ar *■ f»allar*t at Itallar*.. Anna «a Kaat Mlfk at Qt»a*« Anaa "W" FIVE TO PLAY TACOMANS The fnlverslty of Washington cage fire wrlll play it« first real game of the dmuwii Friday night when the Sun Dodgsrs tackle the hoopers from the t'nlverdty of l*uget Hound of Tacma at the local gym. The Washington team Is showing up well so far and Bun t»odger fans are hoping for a successful season Friday's lineup will undoubtedly find kewls and Talbot at forwards. Hellk at center and Gardner, Bryan and Crawford alternating at guard*. Nicholson, regular guard. I* still out of the game with an Injured hand. PRINCETON LOSES ICE TILT PHII-A DKT .PHI A. Jan. U. The Princeton university borkey team went down to defeat by an »•} count here last night at the hands of the Quaker City team In a fast contest. MARANVILLE IS NOW ON TRADING BLOCK Changing bunk houses open does boil players good. It also puts new life Into the audleno* to switch 'etn •round. "Rabbit" Moranrtlie. star short stop. ha* been giving Boston fan* thrills for eight season*. Hut the Brave* have decided to trado the "Rabbit" off If they can get the proper value In players to cover hto worth. He to atlll a great shortstop. Rut he'* sort of worn out the stuff which made color for cheering fan*. The fan* wont protest if the "Rab bit" to swapped Maranvtlle himself would be glad to get a change. Players are the legal tender Presi dent flranl* wants for hto star. Fox-Trot | Steps- v^r fbem mrr qalrklf l«mH hy my fumy method. %f y I mr*r «pr<tnll y ;oun« ndy trmrhrrm mmmarrm iMfffw, no mnM'f how old or rlam*jr yon 1 mrr. Ilriln now with h prlvßtp Iraoon find mjor yanrnrit at my a«it daarc for pupil*. Krldsf. MIM IIIIH.IIT m. (• p. m. 16U4 4tf», ray. Plm fiwttKfml JBB | Y(§TR SAVINGS are entitled to the lwst s earnings consistent with safety. TIIIS ASSOCIATION is conducted under J the rigid Savings and Loan Association laws I of Washington, and under the supervision jL § Y and inspection of the State Auditor. ]Y I I Open an account with us on or before the A.i rj*j 15th of this month and your funds will earn 'H § m! I from the first of the month. \ I jia One dollar to five thousand accepted. Jij[ falilliiilllilllliiilirriililllllllilllinillliiliillllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllliillllllllllllln'llilllillillli^ will oj>en It* *en*on with Ootlld and lUver* at forward*. Tllton at center and Maiden and I'revoat at gtlnrda. Their opponent# l'.n*t Slda high Hch<*>l will take the floor with Itob ert Mahoney at center, Italph Hop per and Walter Striiua at forward ■* and John Kroner and Mao I'earne at guard* lUchmomt Smith and Itodtmy tillbort or» the flr*t string lUba KKWHIJN IS STHOMi Franklin will pre*ent a strong 11 no up ag«in*t I.lnooln with Ijolirer at center, Mcintosh aj*l l"rt*e|| «t for war<l* and Maniulxt and Dectken at guard*. Coach l<eaf win pl>k hi* Unooln Midget tc.im from: John Mullln (cap talnl, guard: Wiutcher, center; Van Inwegiut. K uunt, and Macimnald. Hmltli, Adam* and Jarubua, for warda Went Seattle, which doea not play until Monday, face a hard taxk In de veloping a mlilget team (wi'mae of the difficulty In obtaining tha irytii for practice. Coach Young ha* not decide*! upon hla midget lineup an yet. altho Jatnlen.n ha* the Inside track for the center )ob and N IhiKt.it haa almost cinched a forward borth. Ua««lq «a Ktinklht at IJnroln. • rhrwary it Qua«»n Anna «a tUwatlwaf at Quran Anna. franklin va fart tilth at franklin. Uiivvin »i Wr«t Moattia at Hml thaVia I H.r«ary It Pal tar* *a Kaat tilth at ftallar*. Hr«a4«tr *a W «it K*altU at Itr* adaraj. Qu*«n Anna «a Krnnkim at Krtnhlla frrltruarr 11 Italian) *a frank it u at liallarrt. Unmln *a Kaat ltt*h at Untola. Wu««n Anna *a Waat NaattJa at VVaat Ha ft falamarr >1 Italian* tt Wni H«*atu« at W'»* Mttla Hr«a4«a)r %a franklin al Frank!!*. Qoara Ana* «a Ldftcoin at Uut^la I'rtMraan Si |ia!laM rt Quaan Ann* at Qtaarn Anna «a Unntlit at I'maJway Kaal tilth va w rat tiaattla al W«»l He at tlft frt»raary St ftal!ar<t n. Up «m at I4n<*«la. fcaat tilth »n ItrnatJwar at * *•1 ftrattla va rranklin at FraakU*. Marrh 4 pallartl ft Wart ?*#>*<!tla ai ftaMa rA. |tr»« !*ar «"a Frank!»a» at |troa4w*7 Quaan Anna »a Lincoln at Qtaran Anna. A B of Real Sportsmanship The Davto Clip—lifted by Amerl can tennto slam from the Aus tralians —la on lis way tank home. We aro an *tad lt*» ours again Pre[»rations are betn* msde to give the rup and the stars who woo it a proper welcome. Hut let's not forget the men In Austmiia who lost it. Hrookes. a great winner for yeaux proved himaelf a great kjsif. During 'he match the referee who decides wh-ther a ball is in ■lde or outside the court, made s ruling against TO.lea. Th« de ciston was palpably wron* in order to even It up Ilrookes deliberately sent hU next drive outside hto opponent'* court. He purposely l>>*t 'he point Itrm.kes did It In a spirit of (WK»D RPORTHMANBHJP. That's what makes tennis worth while—the sportsmanship in it. The I*lr*te« RUT land him. Oib- M>n ha* talent that h« would «l»d- Ijr spare for auoli a man <ui Maran villa. Mrflrrnw ha* fried to buy the "Tlab bit" outrlirht. fiarry Hermann ha* minU' an offer for the K«l« Bit the I'lniie* aerm to have the best chance to land him. They have player* to offer. Any deal will *ult MaranvlHe. The club that f.ulla It off wtll *et a mUthty valuable bundle of ability. Joe Hlerber. who lost his rrown hewvywei*ht ra*«lln* champion to Strnnßler I/'*W. la In the hoepilal In Omaha suffering with a sprained shoulder. THE SEATTLE STAR Benefit( ? ) Bout Billed for Gotham When iifftit w-fifflit Kitiic, and Hiohlo IlitrhHl, Milwaukee chnTtrngor, ntnit** thHr vvitt t pfttty In Hot hunt I'ritliy nltflil Ix*mttr«l will ilrnic down s4<>,ooo ttn<l MltrhHl $20,000. Th* bout hnn lHM*n blttwl im a iHHicflt for KuropMn food fun<l* What-do you mMin PLAYFIELD CAGE TEAMS BEGIN PLAY With le&ma Ata-red from *l* city playftekla, tha Yield Houae lineket- Uiil iMfiin will get uruler war to night. Colllna, I'nlverelty, It K. I»ay, lllawatha. lull.ml ami Month l'aik have rntered twim* In lioth (hi* Mentor and Intermediate dlvlalon*. Koch tf im will play each train In Ita own dlvlalon once thla nmmm. Tli* teama ura competing for the A. O. Holding trophy, a thrce-ye«r cup. Rillard won th* aenlor title and H K. 1 >ay the Intermediate hon or* laat year. Tonight* achednla follow* II H. I>uy va. Mallard at Mallard South l'aik V"- lliaw»th* at Un ociln high School. I'nlverally va. Cnltlna at Colllna. The tumea get under way at * p. tti and 'ire open to the public. GOOD CAGE TILT ON TONIGHT Tho Hunont Athletic rlub tnnm. (*irri|»o»Ml of felorwl l*>ya of Heattla. will go up luminal tha utron* Knight, of Oolumbu* baakeihall n*e till. eva nine on the Cajwy'. floor. Tha colored t cum luta a pood line up of v»-!l known at am. "11 tun" Oreene. Johnny l*rlm, Clyde Cole man. Cl«ud.< Norrla and Hmally will atart the piw for the Hunaet club, with Walla and I'.ritton ready to Jump Into the fray any minute. That '«»»•> • will preaent their uan.'U lineup with the exception of Mortar Ity playing for Kiddle. Tlie game atar'a at i p. m PREP HOOPERS OPEN SEASON AH al* city high acbooj baakethatl team. will awing Into action In th. Opening game. of the aewoon Friday with Ilallard playing We*t Henttle at Weal Seattle l.lnooln entertaining lirvidway and Franklin entertaining tlie <Ju«-en Anna fire. Joe I.yr» h. new < ham pi on of (he hart Sea, my* ha*u take a ahort reat irt-fore he whale* aomn of tha 174 fellow, who think they car. Ilrk htm. II Ask (or f The -CIOAR- ml malt* your V; - ■f Jfl Hfnadorin. 10c Imperialea, -jf Importer. f WOOLLEY # 4 CO., tnc. W IIM :trd. Seattle REAL PAINLESS DENTISTS <5553-* In ordtr "to ln(rodu«v our n**w twhal#*h»inO plat*. which In th« lifEhtf-nt and itroDgcit plala known, aix'i not covi-r 11»#> roof of tha mouth; you r*n bit* corn off the c »b. guarantee-d lb years. Whalebone *et of Uvlh 98 $8 Crown* •» M HriHueworU |4 $J Amalgam Killing || All work guaranteed for 15 yeara llav« Impnaalona taken In the morning and it-t terth aanie day Examination and advlre free. < all anil »ee Nnmplra of Our Plata and llrlri.e Work. We ftiaad Ihr Teat at Time. Moat of our prearnt patronaira |* ri roromend-d by our rarly runtom ere. who.a work la atlll klvliik iro..d eatlafartlon. Aak our cualomera who hav»- te*ed our worlc. When , omlnir >n our offlre he aur.- you *re | n th" rl, ht plaie. llrlng thla ad with you. AUTA Cot-Rate VlllV Dentists AN ii*ivmiitiTr JIT. Oppoaltr fraaer-faterann Ca. V one Ast 1 ICRIDITJ ■K^roJvfl| SIGN TEAM PROTESTS N. L. CAGE VICTORY Charging that thl Northern I.lfe I iiHiif »!■<-<« Co. flv«> aent drover Kartl* back Into tha iun> laat Hal uulny afler h« hod four pergonal foul* called agalnat him, Ron* •leorge, manager of Din Hyatem Sign Co. cage crew, ha* proteateil Ihe Northern I.lfe win IU City league game tanged by thl* pair at Ute CryiUl I'ool Hut ur day. Tim ln*ur atica rn<-n won that game by the rnar- Ktn of one |Miint. acoring thn winning counter after tho final whlatl* had blown, w lii-n William* converted u (uuL Two Rood game* ara billed for Thurnday In tho city circuit with the Northern Ufa truin meeting the Chitinwy Wrlghl aggregation iuid tha r M. A. bo ma with the icika* five. Neither the Northern J.lfe nor the Wright t»*tn have taated defeat In the higue llffa arid a good game abould be In ortler. When Mike fSordon, atar Hy*tem Hlicn Co. forward. bum|>ed Into one of the i'ujtet Hound I'uper Itoi Co. men the other htuht he broke hia collar bone and will lie out for the reat of the anaaon. H* waa one of the mainstay* of the aUftt team and Manager (ieorge la looking for a good man to take hi* place Any ex perienced player wlahlng to pl»y with tha algn team abould get In touch with George at the Hyatem Hlgn Co. Tha floor at the CryrtaJ l*onl, wh<-r»» tha City league gamta >i> played. M atlll ao .llppary that It'a dangerous to plajr on. The player. cmnl kwp their footing half of th« Urn* and tho floor ought to be wash ed before any of the men iu* .erioua ly hurt. Cheast y's Removed Sale • t Grows Eac "VALUES TELL" The reason why—We deliver what we claim. 331/}% Off % our original low prices for Kuppenheimer good clothes makes the selling of every garment on our big clothing floor a valued purchase. Ciiif-Q \ $23.35 I (Regular Price $35) and $33.35 \ Overcoats $43.35 / (Regular Price $65) All Other Suits and Overcoats Also 33 1-3% Off i 25% Off every piece of merchandise on the lower floor affords unmatchable values. You know values, so come direct to our store and save time and money. Cheastys 1 plisV AVEMUE AT SPRING 3TBE£jW Buried Ratchets Don't Cut School spirit is an impetuous thing. For example, the break between Wisconsin and Ohio State. Ohio State arrived on the gridiron last fall with a con ference title and a trip to the coast. Wisconsin, too, had a great football year. More Badger players were selected for All-Western conference places than Bucks. Hut when the 1921 schedule was made up Wisconsin was left off Ohio's calling list. Wisconsin charges Ohio with poor sportsmanship. It is an explo.sion of school spirit. Both institutions are keyed high. Rivalry has separated them instead of bringing them together the real purpose of college athletics. Buried hatchets are the best hatchets. SONNY MODELS ON SALE Miniature model* of "Bonny," the Uiteat good luck emblem at the Unl varally of Washington, ;ti n being put on ante today In atorea and In tha downtown trualneaa dlatrlct. The tmidela are fill drewoy) up In I'urple and (iold eolom arid are mounted They are aclllng for tl 10. Harold Dagg and Harold I»>er, two enter prlalng university atudenta, tire pro moting the nale. SAYS HE IS JIMMY RING BPOKANK. Jan. I!.- A m;ui who "<iy* ho la Jimmy King, member of the winning Cincinnati Iteda ball club, waa arreaii-,1 here Lite thl* aft ernoon on a charge of pajralng a bad check. I*ollr» think ha to a maa«juer*der, ualng the name of Itlng, and are In veatl gating The man holila to hla lory. Il« ami' here a day. ago and gave out Interview., iwutertlng that h» waji suing to visit relative* IN Idaho. Jark Iknipae) la r'Uni a lot "f r-hallangna In hla mall. Mieka got 125 ODO for t.iklng a kayo and lir«-n nan rolled In 115,000 for hla ahow. TWELVE 1920 COASTERS GO TO BIG SHOW Twelve tracers who performed Iri the Oatsl leniftie luat year will do their aprlnx (ruining In bis league camp* aoon. And they nil ought 1° make atrorig blda for regular Jobs llere'a the lineup of men aent up; Kill rellim. filklur, Aagelaa u» € hli-agu ( ul*«. lUMlrf, rwli-lirr, I -am Angrlee lo lielrtrll ll|M». Jahmir Mllrhell, a luirtatap, Vmwn In .New lufi lank*. I art Malllnga, iMlrtxr, Oakland te lletnrft Tiger*. Ilert I <.!• |rfl« lier, Hen rrmorieee te liae*ll Tl|m Mailer Milk, pllriie, NvnnraU te I In elanit Indiana »rl M.r»i ( , fir»« I miann, SmJt I-a* a lo 4 bl(«|« Hhlle |>nie j«itiiwifi. •i»wrioi«p l Helft lalia la I hi..,. M illie Koi. Kenuair IMiw. I hint baaeeaaa. HnU lle la I leer Hade. Ilerh llmiia, pucker, Seattle te < lar) lte.U 1 tlue. firat earLar, t'urtlaad te lletrait Tlgera Makrl. aat/ieMer, Portlee4 te < hlfa|« I aial. CHICAUO. Jan. 12.—Jim Flytin. heavyweight of Seattle, and well known figure In the boxing game, will box Carl Morrla, another old tlm«*r, at Tucmd, Ariz.. In the near future. WEDNESDAY. JANTTARY 12, 1321. STEEL I BLADERS* TO RACE TONIGHT Two more final IlKte for the -Ityfl akatlnc champlonahlp will be rmintjH tonight when the a«« ond »et of h*4>«H In Tim Htar blade ev<nt will it/nl l#e| ween lit (h* Van* 1 rouver-Weattli hockey game at tte A r'Tia. Home nifty akater* are book*4 to g perform with Phil Iwmshue, winner | of The War race* laat year. In the , aecond heat. and Hunter BroHlfc | ruled ua the dark horae of the aee* Non. 11l the flrat preliminary. Hore'a I the complete curd for Uinluht; UN KITH HHt JM TONIGHT "■ Flrat heat—J. f". Jolinaon. Tiuatr* lirown, K W. Krederlckaon and Bur ton Oodfrey. I H-.ond h'fil I'hll Domihue, O O. Waahburn, Cyril Wales, K. J. IlAby and I'aul Chapln. < Th'-ne ra/'er* are aeked to report at the Arena off ft! riot later than I p. rn. for numbers and inatrtio tlona. i Any mfer* who were billed to per form laat week arid who did not show up for their heat*. will be al lowed to compete tonight, If they re port at the Arena before S p. in. Tonlicht'a heatir will l>e the 'imiaJ eight lap* with the courwe being laid out HO that the MEN turn the ends behind the hockey net* Inati ad of In front of them. EIGHT I.U'.H AH I'NI Ali Kvery racer entered will hire two chances to win a heat. The firat aeries of aerond trial heats will lie held next week, the met re to be named within the next few days. POJtTI.AND. Jan. 12.—T«»rry KM !«r. of N"*w Vor*. Tutu b»»n inrn<-<l <1 Ktiitt" a nix round exhibition h>-r» una In ft J;uk Dempwr January IS. thn promoter* announced thia after noon.