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FRTDAY. FCTRFATVr It. 1921.
QUAY MIDGETS TRIM TIGERS (HANDING or TIIK TK\MS * »a UN M Aeaadwar .11 .• * I .**? tttWA Vr n ....... • I .(IT m«kUa ii in I k .lit Uar*»ln I I .111 Vail ■>*>(!• & S .3il **iiam I a ,itt *W M (k • I .Ml Qum A ntar'a M Idfrt fl*» bmke Ow> Knvadway Tlßer'a winning atre.»k And tM the Pill* >L tMun for flrat plaaie wlxn they defeated the Tt*era It U> I after four rnlnutan of over time at the Quern Anne »>ro Thura- With the ran Itl Herb Rhrars. Om star fonnud of the Quays. eppoil the winning hm«k»t thru the p on i lons aliot In the overtime |N»kia t'roadwsy hid a f'oak of in thla period, but not a one 4roi<f»-<l thru the Mm It looked Ilka Hrvsadway'e same •boot a minute before the final Whistle when they le.l, I to (. but * tonr shot by Art iUUdon Uad up the Count. Tha first half ended with tha acore fcorall. and tha first session wu father alow. Hut In tha aacond yariorf play apee<ted up and tha *oln* *H lajt and furious tha real of tha ••r. Rlwrw at forward, and Haidon at (Ward. wrra tha outstanding stars fbr tha winners. while Arman.t Marion at forward, and Kd Keek at faant. ware tha TUrer lumlnarlra. Tha ttneup: Speedway PiiaKlea Qaeee Ansa ■arMa .....Torwrnrd........ Rivera Aral r»rw»rd......... TUiaa ▼ai'h .........Oaalar r»«»wi peak Guar l ttaldea ward Guard ljei-n •nkatttntiaa*—Wanaae fa* Aral. Aral flpr lan Mr. Qeald far Ft* v eat. Gould pallia ta fuewaM and Till on la rantar Srtrtaf Klald |«ct»- Hkrloii I, Wrleh reek 1. Haldee I, Hi vera i. t raa Mienwa- Marian J. Hhxl L Itaferea *altar BalL Vmpira—Ukk Yantfartaa • la fhe onfy other midget cam* of flba day Thursday Franklin defeated Bwt high 11 to 4 In the Franklin om. The Quakers uiril a flock of ■aba thraoui ib« (UM. The win k*t>l the ML Baker team In tb* race far the cKy title, aa they are but a half came behind the leaders. IT Qween Anne eheold wis all the MMialnlng gamea on the schedule Il»y will hare the inside track to tIM championship. aa they won the ktnorn taut year. ll'a too bad that Broadway and Quern Anne can't »*y off their tie ror the honors on • neutral floor la case they art tied •t the end at the eeanon. aa they are two evenly matched tnama. Queen Anne haa one hard noie Ml en Its acbedule—with Franklin ar Franklin. The Quad mldfeu 4Kn't have any trouble defeating the Onakem in the hill chceae bo*, but at that they're still favored to beat the ML Baker little fellows. They Mart in their sevoad game Monday Broadway bain t played Franklin 7* The Tigers and Quaker! clash for the first time this season at Franklin on February !L and meat •gain at Broadway March 4. The othrr gam* booked for Mon 4ay la tha midget leagua la Ballard ▼a. East high at Ballard. The Kaat high team haso t won a game yet. bat they gave tha Beavers a hard fight laat time, and they may break Into tba win column Monday. HAYNIE AND SCHUMAN DRAW TAOOMA. Feb. 11.—Bailor Haynle *f Ban Francisco and Harry Hchu- Man. Tacoma welterweight, fought a fast ail round draw here laat night. Maynla outweighed and oatboxed tha local boy. but failed to deliver much punlnhment. * Jimmy Storey. Seattle middle Weight, won a stxmund dedal on orer \"erna Searoy of Wenatchee In the aemi-erlndup. Johnny Hogan. local keary, won over Al Baker. Seattle Btgra. SENT HOME TO RIPEN ) SHRirVKPORT. La, Feb 11 Cleaaon and Cue Bono, pitcher* sold to the Washington American club laat fall, hare been turned back for more aaaaomng. Fan* her* don't think they need much. CHICK IS RIGHT AGAIN COI.fMKL'R 0., Feb 11—"Hog*" Workman, atar quarter of tha Buck aye eleven, latcka op Chick Harley's statement. Chick aays he took more bump* earning his basket!.*H "O" than hi* footliall letter. REDS ARE GAD-ABOUTS CINCINNATI. Feb 11.—The Rada Will be a far-fetched baJ] eluh when they njwmMr at Cisco for spring training. They'll father from 17 tutu and Cuha. GRIDDERS ARE SINGERS DKH MOINKfI, Feb. U.—Drake onl ▼»rtt»y foottmll playera have formed a Klee club. They found their har mony voices lut fail when respond. Intr to exhortatlona to sing U> keep UP their csprit-de-corpa. MILDMAN CIGARS 10c Manufactured in Seattle and equal to any cijrar made anywhere. tSTEVENS'^i- If raa tales time iMI etnas* Ullli Coat. PMvata Hail a Oar and CvMlny ▼»un» XAAT Aaalwaats. 4tfe an* like. Mala Mil Dated ta lejulttf slaaaa ef Mew Tar* City. Member Taackars- Aaaa. New Infielder for Golden Gate Club Here*! VorrU ftolh. Ih« t<rferoa 4n'i rUtrr, who I* dur lo play onr of (A# in'wld krrfka for the San f'ran riaco Cr-ili tAia |(ear. M* tea* «r4<A IV riwiaMll .Valionali during lA# Nit KSion and vu fwrard oi«r fa feoiflr a few mat ■ igo aa p in pap aaraf aa llr Br»afoa-/»ohae droJ Mr irna pi lard an to the SrnJi. wA a itail ear* ftmttU- a man an Ik* trod* ft at A u no ttranper to tKe < 'oaat Uagna aa ke piayed third ko.ae for the Mail lj*ke ofak a noaplr af vrori ago trfora #oaa# la tA* He lAato. MIDDLE KING WINS BY SLEEP PUNCH KKNOHHA. Wta, Feb ll—Fight eiperts W»r» HIMI U»lar thai Johnny Wilson. middleweight chun plea. Is a touch end of any argu ment with fighters at bis own weight. W 11 ion displayed championship form in hi* midwest debut here Uurt night bjr knocking out Nary I ins tan of Joliet. lU.. In two rogndt. (install wan ram* and irot up twice from knockdown*, but the third llm* Wilson knocked him tbru the ropea. It took 10 mlnutea for IloeLua to r» cover. RIDLEY VS. HARRAHAN Bod lUdley. Seattle'* offerinr for the world's featherweight champion ship. will meet Jot Harmhan in the main evert Of the Bremerton Klka' show on neTT Thureday night. The two recently fought a staablnr draw at Aberdeen and It looks Ilk* I'at Scott made a ten strike when he signed them up. Harrahan la to make I*| pounds In the afternoon for Ridley. HARVEY THORPE WINS BY K. O. KANSAS rmr. Feh. II llsrvey Thorpe knorked out Frank MHloeran In the ninth rownd here last night FORMER GRID STARS BUCK BUSINESS NOW Nrw roriK. »h. IL—Minr far mer »t*p» of the col legs gridiron *re smashing the lines of Induatry. flunr* and politic* with the nam* povr they hit the football llna. William U. Kdwarde--better known u "Rig Bill"—is tha Mont of the lot. physically and otherwise. Ha captained Prtmeton's IMS eleven and played right guard. Nobody could atop hla charging. Now ha"» Internal f»i»nu» oofler tor for tha second district. with bead quarters at New Tork A billion dollara passes thro hla handa yearly. "Mlg lull" la a commander of flnanra now. which la ooe bettsr than being a ear tain. And Cbartee K Brtckleyl A greater drop kicker never fired Brickley la a broker now In Wall al and worth nearly a million. "Jant Ilka playing tha game all •ver again." sajs Brickley. "You play ll— not by muscle and might— but by outwitting tba ether RIBBON ROMANCE MADE BUTWELL WINNER DrNVER, Feb. II —Jimmy But wall, leading Jockey at Havana thla • inter, got hla etart here. In the old days, when Colorado waa a racing center. But well waa a familiar figure oa the Denver track* He waa then poor Sometimes he rode a selling plater. but he waa con aidered a bum. Ha drank freely. Hla weight waa around 12* pound* Ky-om Denver he beat hla way to San Franeiaco In a box car. Butwatl rode at Oakland and al Santa Anita, Lucky Baldwin * farm. He Tlalted a department ator* In Dos Angelaa one day to buy riding odor*. ButweO fell In love at ftrwt eight wtth the girl who aold blm hla rib bona. They went out to dinner that night RING BILL GOES BEFORE HOUSE TODAY DI-TWITA, Feb. 11.- The commit tf« on public morula, the temporary mating place of the Wray lOround boxing bill, will not report on the measure before next Thuraday. It wu determined at a meeting of tlie commit tea yeaterdiiy. Gov. Hart will offer an amend ment to the bill on hla return from an ln*pe<;tton trip to tha (Jlymplo TMWilnaula, Henator Wray announced. Tha nature of the change desired by tha governor la not known, but hla Interest In tha bill la taken aa a sign that ha Is not opposed to the m«u ure. Wray submitted two amendments to hla bill. Tha first would p<-rmlt tha boxing commission to grant dis pensation to clulia who do not own their own building or poaaeaa a year's lease. The amendment ana made at tha request of the American l<eglon. Tba second amendment provldea thaJ all oonteala do not have to be a de c skin. Tbia la to permit of exhibi tion bouts, where boxers do riot care ta go to a derision. The attitude of tha committee was mu'h more favorable yesterday than at previoua meetings on the bill. Eoeiaias of Uie bill are said to have TRUCK BOWLERS PASS CAFE FIVE ittt ijctm n i*T*KnrN<>» riar-xt W.>a !<••« ret Rika Ma 1 •• 44 tl Til K N Hr..»k. aa II 11 .111 Ifceah* Tnirk .... aa *1 II .141 tin ha a Cafe 41 II l» -I' l ! Mlka Na I aa II '• .111 j Maalea aa If If All lUppea «->ata .... II II II l»l Hlieaetr'a . ..... aa II II .411 j Klka N« I .... II II II .lit t'nleri Taiiira ... aa St II .!'• I umlwrniMi ..... II II It -I'l orphrum aa II II .11* | Tha Panhy Truo.ka took tha entire ; aerlea of threa same* from the 1 (tuba's Chfa team tn the City bowl I in* lea (Ma laid ills lit. Thla )uet about knot-ka tha oaf* team's chaiuea far a row af milk (ana aa far aa the j oily title la concerned. The wine moved the Truck ftve Into third pU«a. Tha fitlon Tailor* slipped Qia aamr daae to the VjLg\m. Illppe'a Cafe. Klka No t, Klka Na t and Klka No. I laama aarb woo two out of three from the «"baaMy*a t.umbermen, fl N. Brooks and Or pbeum teams, reaper lively The Klks No. 1 team had a hl«h total with I.OIi. with the Orpbeuma f rolling J.OIi. IHirnford, of tha Orpheutna. had hiirh Individual total with MA. Hud aon had hlch alnsla same with 111. while Ilehr had lit and tieoden stmm IST. The eon raa foßo-w ■ika Na I leaa lit! »tp_l4ll r <1 Imta ——- 11l Nt 111 Till Kika .la I ....... .1111 Hf lll—Mil rvahv Trwke 11l ••• »|1 —ISII Rufca a Cata 111 111 lll—l'll row. mi im »»•—l'tt Uaiaa Tailors »1t II.« IM—llll nipaa'a Cafe ... lit tai»_iiai i.-keaetr'a 11l Ml lit—lift Klka l*a I lit Ml MS-111l Leaikerraaa •••.«••« HI I*l Ilk —HII German Bike Rider to Enter U. S. Race HCW TORK. F-b II —-Walter Rutt, noted Orman bK-ycls rider and winner of three sudsy olas «l<w In Madleon Mquare Harden, will be a (tarter In the third race of the —aeon, beginning here In the Harden on March T The race I* to be promoted by Tex iUckard and John U. (.'hap man It la the second grind re«|rhf4 aa official by the a* soclation. MIKE GIBBONS AFTER BIG GO FT. PAUL. Feb 11.—Mike <',(•> ho* a. local middleweight. plans to re enter the ring, tie wired Champion Jobnny Wilson last night challeng tng him to a championship contest. fallow by fair and IcgiUmata meQ> oris ." Clifford R. Rlar-k la another grid h-on giant who la a power In Now Tork finance Black captalnad Tale's 1111 eleveei They called htm "Cupid." Ha wai tha prince of puntera. I.ike Hrlckley. ba a a broker. Re really ha haa barn awt U> Chicago to repnaent hla firm. Itarral (t. Tenney, Princeton's con tar In IM*. la now rice preirtdent of tba IJberty National bank. New Tork. "Brain* count moat In football." be «y«. , "They count moat In banking, too." Walter C. Booth, who played car ter roah at IMncaton In l>ao la a I big ineuraaoe broker who's cleaning up. Too thai! taught ma clean play." aaya Booth. -it gave ma tenacity of purpose and pemereranoa. "Football la tha beat hualnaoe preparation for any yoang man." together. After dinner ha proponed Hh* accepted They hunted up a minister and were married. Tha K* key bad but M ceeta In bl* pocket. The neit morning hla girl wife became hla manager, She qnU aell Ing rlbhona. bought a ticket to Mon ruvla and put her huebnnd to work "Quit drink i r,g beer." aba tokl him. He obeyed. In a few waeka ha waa down to 106 pound*. One day ha piloted Tailor Georga —a 40 to 1 *hot—under tha wire and won a big pure*. Butweil'a mirrnaa started then. He waa wanted by ail the big league racing men. Now he can write a check for half a million. He o-K-ea R all to the grit who sold him rlbbona. aent the 10 round meaatrra in the public mora I a committee »o that It would receive an unfavorable report. Representative Peter David of Ta noma h»a been a conelatent advocate of the bUI and 8 A. Mann derlsred he waa In favor of a bill which would promote clean ej»irU O. R. Mr Kinney, of Pierre, la alao believed to be friendly to boxing. Tba attt tode of the other four members of the committee la not known. The Wray bill would permit 10 round bouta tn thla ata'e under the com rn lee lon form of control In uae l/i Now York and other slates. GIANT ROOKIES HIGH NPTW YORK. Feb. 11--Nineteen Olant rookies who will report at rtan Antonio cost John MrOraw JIOO.OOO "Goldle" Itapp hnada tha Hat at (16.- 000 Pitcher fat Hhea and Catcher Alexander (iaslun coat tII.QOO ea< h Gfc/l 3 E 3 P ,f Jr * —a— Harlgy Davidron Motorcycle* THE SEATTLE STAR HILL FIVE LOSES STAR GUARD | Queen Annr'i prep basketball fire ■Ma Into ona of Ha hardest games of the season minus lLa best guatd today "Molly" McOsrthy. captain and alar defense man of tha quaya. la ,11l at his home and won't bo able to j play In the Lincoln (ama. Tha Quay* fan* lJncols on tha I,lnculn floor and a defant for the hill team will Jual about ruin thalr citanoea for tha city championship aa lincoln hasn't kiat a gams thui season. whlla Quern Anna haa dropped on»- that to llruadway. r.iiwoN TO HKIM.4CK MTAICTIIY t'narh Hr|| of Quesn Anna waj figuring strongly en Met a/thy to check tha powerful Uncoln offens Ira. IWli will pmtKihly atari CJtbaon at naril McCarthy la ana of tha r*al vietaria of high arhool basket ball and hla e»i>erleii<-s will he missed aa both Gibson aad Max T» n*er, his rnnrlnx mala, arc play in* their first year on tha "big" team. Idncmtn, on tha other hand. wOl hare Ha itrmieil Ilnauo on tha floor. Tha Narlhandrra ara count Ing tremendously on tha scoring ability of NVIUn and Haaaford at forwards and Rrooe llesketh at oen tcr It'a tha strongest storing trie in tha prsp league. Bin Ravage, veteran guard. iw ■tart for fincnln. If ha haa rector erad suffVlsnlly from hla renent operation. Kuna and Anderaon ara •laled to open (ha cam* at guard. Qr«YH twvr ON OOCGLAS Qieen Anna depart afnwaf an tlrely on tha wonder shooting of Je—» Duuglss. thalr crack center Douglas haa hla work cut out for him today. Trumbull and Haaletn ara MTfc>d to play forwards for tha hin tram today. Iloth atarted tha a aaon at a strong aconng gait hut neither have b«en doing touch scoring lately. In tha onfy other game of The day Ballard wfll Journey to Broad way Thta should ba a good game aa Ballard has been playing good basketball all aeaaon. Tha winner of this tiff will go Into third placa In the league a lac ding. Tha Waat Haattla Franklin game haa bean called off bananas tha I■> diana have not recovered yet from the effects of thtir recant vaccina lion a Faaa t will lan. * aaw •■-riiiii Una ■—■». wuMi a* hawata* l( arawa >M iMk| IUM Half lka ■■"'l km iwmiliirt kr <k>« a. fea»l and Ik* will to rmtmit k» fllkl Mtamnto. *• kf«k» la (*>• my Tar. • n aaaa I* Ih. nilknMl of W'kiili •( » i«~>«tiii thai to will '■" I" l» lul* la mr r>< •* > Wl*- aan.la aa*a.lal«. Cfc if|M »f uafnni •Mn Ilk* nMvl *a Ito to p l af Caara * Uoa at Ukw Mala vara r " Ma • ami* la Mm tU »ian« rlaaa »k», alito •---j-iaaai il Wf a * ii U«. Ma aa4a a placa aa Lto laMlj i Mara than II totlnc law «fn to aa larad la Ika intramural toiing taura.r a« O. A. C. I hi. raf t*wr f'at.rally rlak and Iml.pMol.al art aaitat »<n aa lto tamyua anil to ravr.aaalad. Tha tout, will atari thla atoath aa4 coauaua uatii lto laiddia of Mar.a. raHftmla-a aatatt y tatrato aaaaaa ha* a»ana4 auk all laa Miaaaa af laat "aa Lka a«aa4 and airanj nnn. iiitaa far aiaaaa. Iniarr-Jak maubM will to rta afl aarlr In lka aaa.ua. Th. luara ara ronlldanl nf tha Iniarraiiafiala cap waa kjr etaeford iaal aaaaaa. Tito Pallia af DaaMkarw mm—. J*a la iwiaai •« pto/U> ( aa. ■■Hm Utoa a m* mmatUt twa Ml aaaaaa. D*#a4l a mm Ma«*a llama hat ato to far IBM aa4 Lto !>.trail calaal la VracMoallr anto4ala4. WRI *. ?Twtaan. rta/T aamara rnaa far Palba. laak plrluraa «r lka ». .11, rraa praitlra laat luiunlar. toik fraia lto rraw havaa and (raw Coaak a ark aaia laoa^h. CHAS. SCHWARTZ Ofttomatrlat and Mf«. Opllrlan B/aa HiaaM and t.laaa— iillrd Prli-M Itnaaenabla. *l7 R»lrr IIIk. ma «rraad A*. TaL Mala JUL The Kavanagh Hat $4.00 TWO RTORM Drat and Madlaon FTRA» and I'DIOH tWhn yon can Tha "(icaraUiat malt* thr Nickel Sol* Impofirm WOOLLEY tIM ard.'nwHlf Gotham Boxing Commissioner la Power in Game **e prates! at the Nyeteai Slga re. the Keetfeeee life Inearanre r « haa heee aaa. ike Mga leai eaaiiu* thai to wta weat ae than any gead la the |>eeeeala«a eeiaiaa aaiaay. aa they are eel M Ihe raea. Ike Sign team maM tha IJfe iMUn ef re entering nee mt their Slareee In Ibe game arter ieer per eanai (aula had baea twiied agaiaat him. tvm t tt ineea gamea ranaia aa n>e <~try 'aasue achedula, tha aeaeoa eadiug aa r.a. 11. Tae data f*r taa r r*t gnvng Papei Itoi trniTaratty renfoierelal eluk atrass'a haa net eel yet. Tbla mil toatpatted te'-euee at tha Pallnuaan • Uaaer.t aweWer aaS has tiat«r keaa raaeL Tkera u llitle ehsaas e« apl It aaeaaa aertee ketag stored kr the tmm* l"dlsg MUM to ike <ll r rtreaM. Itieee wee aa He I Ml at ult al»l ike tear iiiai ptortog ea ellalaa- Uaa eertaa (ar the tliie. Tha d»r»at if the Knights ef r^rtamhea try tka Henhera Ufa team tha atn«e night, ellmlnatea ttia ***>aa*ry aa eea. Isr< M Iks ly lasm They ara aai mliret la tha rity iaagua thia year, hut they aim ware air tag iwatandara far Ihe flty honera unltt tha laauraate team ill raw tka heeaa lata am. Andr (lIIIW7 nwrffi frnm fin and |> ana to fl*ht Hilly Ix-foa In Naar Torh Itinh I. 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Leatnertoats ing Arrow and Cheasty brands—guaranteed HVCry licit Half Price I colors—percale, printed madras or poplin. 33'/j% Off 1 Twenty-six leather Our famous Stetson, « coats may be had at Tail" I Dunlap, Knox and C. I half price. This is w Q>l U6w A v( £ &K. hats will carry a just another great price discount of three-day feature of 33V6% for three days, our Removal Sale. M m Seldom are you privi- Your choice from an ai» leped to enjoy such enviable stock. K M M values. illiam A. Gavin GAVIN TO CLEAN UP RING GAME NI7W TOIIK. Feb 11—Strike wtiaw Ihe Iron'* tint. Then keep oil strlk tnr. That's how William A Gavin has rami to be the power twn k of New York stats's boxing law. ( He's plaimltiK to <lo for every uta tr what he's accomplished at horn*. Three years ago Gavin took his rua from the government when the ■tamp of approval wu put on boxing In lit# M rmy. Il« planned tha International Nportlng club. >l* wrote th» boilng law of the Empire state It la now being at ceptsd aa a modal evarywhera. Keoently hi lallcd a boring ron grass In New York, at whlrh plana were mail* to supervise the game. Ilia purpose la to bring It up to the level reached In Knglaiid. "When I first eipr eased my Idi-a* In New York. they told in a tbny wouldn't do." says Gann. "Hut todfcy the International Fport Ing club haa S,f>oo munbfr*. "It number* among them Theodore Roosevelt, Rodman Wananiaker. Reginald T Yandortillt and Gen. [jeonanl Wood. '"We'vs Just started to cJenn op thing*" NEW CLUBS FOR INTERNATIONAL ? NEW TORK. l>h 11, — Montraal and Newark may take tha plwi of Ryracose and Akron In tha In temstlonal bague at a meeting of thS ctuh owners called here for nejit Monday by President John C Toole Own era of tha Kyrar-uas cjub have been having trouble with the own ers of the bail grounda and the Akron club Is said to have been a toper from the start. Montreal has been clamoring for representation In tha Iwtgua and there srs several baitehall men who would b* glad to taks tha AJirou franchlsa to Newark. WOLVERINES TO DIXIE AffN AtUt'Jlt. Mich. Krb Ily—r>el I*ratt will take his t'nlvernity of Michigan nine South during spring vacation for seven gajn»» TTist will put them In iftiape fur lbs opening of tha "Big Ten." Pari Vmi Mm T«rt T auk ptirhmr. Mwa VaiiMW llviln m>4« a n.M*k« IB lIUUI I Wl| O'Dml rfl» l« IKo mhwrv Ol>uuJ |«» U l«aa rwiim. TV* Hmm T»t% TukM puk la ai f (Kl In Ml II Ml paopla Dempaey in Europe in April—Kearna NKW TORK, Fab 11 —-"Unleea vimrlhlri* turn* tip wall ■'•rt unrne exhibition work In Europe early In April," Jerk K'*erna. mmn**+r of Jm*k Dempaay, eaWl hara PYl<lay. The champion !• gofn* to re main on the Pacific ooft»t for about m* warka, fniriK»"l In movie work, but he will k«*ap In iralnln*. •/irordlnir to Kiwrvm. CITY CAGE TEAMS IN ACTION SATURDAY Two rrack t<*nrut claah tn rh» city lingua iimia bin«l for Ranir day night at tha T. M. C A- whm tb» I'ug.t Bound Pn|w Bo* fl»* tun Kim with tha Northern l.Jtr qulntrt. Iloth taoma ha v. lout on* cam* ao far thla immdii, tha North *rn I Air taking a h«*ttng from the MarDnug&ll Hnothwtek flva and th» Itoi trajn bHng U'-k«1 by t)w "If |ln thalr opening game. The Northern T-lfe team la hlttlnr • r>r»(ty (w( (trlil*, Ju'lsldk by It* II In It win over the KrilxMa of Columbua at the K. «f C. h.dl ou Wfdnnaday rl(hL The Box-Northern Ufa tiff la »et for 7 p. m. The aeoond irame, at I. U between the "Y" and the HUent Krala The final *o la between the E<-kmann Furniture coxupax y aitd the b'yetem Sl*n aho p. Kilbane Ready to Defend Feather Crown NEW YORK. Feb 11.—Johnt»7 Kllhane, featherweight champion, according to a meaaajre received by Tex Itlokard, win be here nut week to complete arrange menta for the defenae of hl» title. The winner of the Da Foe- Seiger fight Tuesday night will be matched with Andy Chaney and Kilbana probably will meet the winner. lUrkard la planning to cloee box in * act Ivttlea In M/uliaon Squat* Garden with a atar card on BL Patrtck'a day that may bring Benny Iytonard and Jar-k Brltton together. r«ttoii StaLra I«fOT Is rmrfin hw><l by r»njia>-®U. M'rldlnn. Grwn wood. Jacltaon, Montgomery an<J Kalma. TMCE IT | METS DEFEND PUCK LEAD TONIGHT The Cleat tie M»-ta will be drf^ruifn^ thatr hof-key Ina/Wnhlp fycaln tontffht wb*fi th*y tAnrlr- with tha Victoria rlub on tha Victoria lea. The laat two tlmee that Victoria ha* played the B*att]« team, the H. C. vjtiad ha# com* out on top. A win for Victoria tonight will tie Heettle with Van cotiver for the IwdMvhif. Monday the Seattle eevan wfTI Jump to Vanoouvi»r where they will play the Millionaire* ejrnin. The lineup for tonight follow#* fViHIt. FoaltloflL Ilolm»a O - .......FowUf luiw D W I^ufhitaa H)'h»y D. C- J"<ifft»Jfta Walkar .11 Johnaoa ItlUjr ............!. W ........ M**klnf Morrla ........... I< W. .„ Oittmu Koyato* ...G..«... J- ra4*rick*ag| Only fo«F mora lw|M h«iMf gtktn-m ar* MIIH for tba Wwttlt Arena. lieih V»on«fV aai Vl#> tnn» mrwi U«* l<wUa bar* leln more. | Tha xmnmJ playoff betwaaa tha flut «MT a*ron<3 X'unm In tha Coeet will ba 1-lafM thla yaax It looks Ilka Vaa~ nou**r and fie att la thla ya&r- Home ai«4 home Kim** ara playad th# tram a***e- Inc tha moat roala la tbl* pair of fiOMa winning tbo tlii% Tb» *aV> aerie* will ha an Ibe (ow thla year. II Ma Ilk* Ottawa will irla Ihe F««Uni tuawa again They laffalel Nrattla far the world a luiw« la Uia Kaat laal fMk T»i«r* la itttia rhsain* of Seattle ha» aeaing "C*yr|rme" Taylor In artlea hera thin y«-ar The veteran playa on t turn Vaa* ««»• iqud only In Van'ourtr. Ha hti an Important Job In tha ItnmliraUDt eeretra and ha ran't malt* tha tripe wit It tha r*lub He* at 111 fnlal pretty red. Judging from report* from tha Northern liamlal Fnae* Frederirkaen. ▼Vtarla'g araeV renter. la right on tha haala of Itnokay* iiarr.a for tha Irafua'a e-orlnf 1 rtiraklja CADDOCK TO MEET LONDOS NEW YORK. Feb. 11—Rarl CMl* dock, former wrrt tllng rhamplon, M expected tn atart the finlnhtßg" truchra to hi* fainter here today* for hie bout Monday night with Jim Londoa, the ao-called Creak ***l^- plon.