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PAC.E 10
COAST HAS
CLASSY
CLEANUP
HITTERS
iniro ii. I-Ashkn
llh.N II comer lo
looking ovrr a
Witting order fur
mmc rmion or
other, Ih* find
thins a baseball
hue look* fur In
the hint who Is
hitting fourth In
the lineup. Thr
fourth nun In
thr stick tint In
thr cleanup hit
ter of theoutflt
the toy with the
but wallop.
Who will hat In
the IHMI.T.'.I pivltlxlt In til' C>viM
tan rue thin >ear* Every rluh In
the Isague has at least one good
hitter who In almost a ctnoh for
Ut« cleanup berth and a couple of
the clubs have two.
It's no aecret that "HHck** El
dre<l. the demon swatter of the lo
cal club, will bat fourth for the
Heattte tribe when the first whistle
of the Coast league April
S. Kldrrd hit In that position last
year and drove In a flock of runic
He hits 'em f.ir and he hits 'em
In the pinches. too.
TWO AT
FORTIAND
Either t>lck Co*, outfielder, or
Jim Poole, the new first sacker qb
tatned from the Virginia league,
Mrm« to be elated to bat fourth
for the Portland Beaver* this year.
Poole come- to the Coaat leirue
with a hatting average of over
WO which he piled up with the
Richmond club In the Bast list
year. He la a lons distance clouter.
There'-< a chance that Marty Krug.
second nackcr, may hit cleanup, but
ball probably bat third
Bert Ellison, another newcomer
to the league, seems to be the man
on the inside of the track for the
cleanup berth for the Han Kranclsco
Heals He's a rood hitter. Mana
ger Graham hasn't decided where
to play him yrt, because he ran
play most any place on the hall
club except the battery petitions.
When Manager Howard, of Oak
land. make* up his tutting order
for the first game, he won't have
(• tarry much In picking his clean
op hitter as long as Hack Miller,
the strong man outfielder. I* draw
ing pay checks from the Oaka.
Miller Is ohe of the heaviest hlttem
In the league and he's a cinch
to bat fourth for the Hay tram.
PAIR OP VETS
AT IDS ANt.KI.Es
Horn In t.aa Angeles Manager
Kllllfer has a pair of hitters who
can fit nicely Into the cleanup
berth on the batting order. One
of them la Sam Crawford, the vet
eran slugger, and the other Is Art
Ortgffs. first sacker. One will bat
fourth and the other fifth.
Over in Sacramento Buddy Ryan,
who has seen a lot of service In
the Coast league. Is the first choice
tar cleanup hitter. Ryan still hits
'cm far and often, too.
It's a 100 to 1 shot that Man
agrr Carvy Cravath will hat clean
UP for the Rait lake club when
the Bee* take the field opening day
Ctivath Is another one of the
vets who haven't forgotten the
kSack of smacking the apricot Into
the next state.
The champion Vernon club will
have a good man to hat fourth In
Ham Hyatt, first Backer. Hyatt
la well remembered by Seattle fans,
who used to «ee him click the little
round apple for the Vancouver club
hack In ltot In the old Northwest
ern league. He returned to the
Coast last fall after spending con
siderable time In the big show anj
In the American association.
CITY PIN
MEN BOWL
THURSDAY
With the championship cinched
by the elks' No. 1 team, the Oty
Item ling league la all over but the
■ shouting. The teama have two more
league night*.tomorrow night and a
week from Thursday. The schedule
far tomorrow night follow*:
IIIKAI. ALunrti
elks So. 3 *g. Rube's cafe
orpheums ?i, lumberman
elks No. 2 v. eagles
KI.Kt A1.1.RT4
elks S« 1»" K S brooks
cheasty's *• palo cigars
OH run M AI.IKT'
King D'Oro Ci|tri ?•. rippe's C.mt*.
TRIBE WINDS UP
TRAINING AT POMONA
POMONA, Cal . March 30 —lt was
a wonderful tall-ender for the train
lng season yesterday, when the Hi
washes trotted out to the West Sec
ond street ball yard and put on one
of the prettiest exhibitions of practice
playing yet seen here. The day was
Ideal with a hot sun and no wind,
and the way the gang clouted and
PANTAGES MAKES BID
FOR TITLE BOUT
BY HKN'RV I„ rARKKI.I.
NKW YORK, March 30. Hpurs
were being dug Into Tex Rlckard
today to apced him up on the irite
for the Uempaey-Carpentier fight.
Jack Kearna, of the
champion, aald he would present an
offer of Alexander I'antagea,
ern vaudeville man, for the fight
to Rlckard today, and If flickard
refuaed to accept ho would demand
to know where the fight la to be
held
"Rlckard prom Wed to let me
LrAN
yjNr BABE RUTH FIRST
ADDRESS
I'lck (be rlghi pitcher to fan "Jlabe" Hulh In a regular American
I' ague giime and you will lie given two ticket goo.) for a Heattle Co.„i
league game. Mail It to the •Ila be Hulh Kdltor" of The Star. Ticket*
will be given to the Aral 20 fan*, to pick the right hurlcr.
FASTEST MAN IN THE WORLD
This is Charley Paddock, the "fastest htrman bring in th>
world." Running for I'niversity of Southern California. Pad
dock has trimmed the 220-yard dash record to 21 flat and his
mark of 20 and 4-5 is up for consideration. The latter nutrk
was made Saturday and the former yesterday. He also tied
the world's mark of 9 3-5 yesterday in California for the 100-
yard dash. • • •
diamond chips
Hryrli froan Ik* %« >raa<ia««
AMite' imiiitnf ramp %mj Iteot Worry
lUlk. IKf InflrMrr p»nni| mm trmtm
Hoakltftr to lh* trmm < iMtaiNkii
hMI la *iwpf mml probrMy "•" < M
•Mr to oprr iter in. Tiki* IMM«
(tent HM rjltMM will ten%» tter .*ll
frr Iter in—d tenor >ok
prorr. sting Ron!
h«a p«n#<l rut of thr •'onrt llr
avid outright |««l*rd«r to Iter lUa
Antonio («im In Iter T« uu Irtfur
Another teMRHNrfI *rUr»n hor rrt trwd
Fronte Brhnttr. who «uk-I to tenork homo
runr for thr dtkafo (* übr bn« k m Iteo
dor* whrn th* * "titer *»r« hoarhni! kiny*.
mx> h» non't rrport to iter AikuiU t«om
in Iter #u»uiterrn !«n«ttr thin ymr.
"Rater'* ntte. Iter Inr %nfrlrr mt
firMrr. Im bmrk mm Iter >ote ofain In
Iter *onite 111 bin IKte «l««1 la
tilitenn
Pitrterr Ateo fiowmnn. wh* wnr with
Urottlr n wtellr In Itlt. hu term mt4 ter
Iter Wirhtln H©b. of Iter W »«t»rn Unyu*.
to Wictelta Knilr. nf iteo TKIM circuit
Ctenrk Wortmon. rwfmrmn InflrMer. who
woa with Iteo <r'bien«o t'nho n wtellr. hor
quit Iteo i»m« ll* wu wjth Immtllr
in Iter Am«ri• »n uro'iAtton, tort y*nr.
Jimmy WtWi. «Ka pfafrMl t* IM
mmt fWM tm Vvlll* la l»lt. hmm
M WM»»r «# Ih#
l«M>. In Ik# InUfMlhHul
takr* #»ff Akron % frMullM
Jimmy Viet, NtllnMl
tnfteldsr. la pltMtng ths I'ortsmafit h
tc*m la ths VlriintA this nmod
GRAMMAR BALL
LEAGUE OPENS
With tj team* entered the Heattle
Oramnur School baseball league will
get under way Haturday. Several
change* have been made In the
achedule and the complete llat of
games will be ready for publication
Friday.
Th +r+ will b* a wp*<-ial mating
cupt&in* at th« Orttral achool Thurs
day afternoon at SulO. with Nell Kill*
In rharjc*. at whlrh tlm« therw will
b* an open dim unnlon of the 1121
rulr*.
| hurled the old pill over the landscape
! was a caution.
Kenworthy was more than delight
ed with the preseason showing and
I predicted thit the tribe will make
the Hound city sit up and take notice
after the big snow starts. The outfit
will pack their duds today and hie
to I/Os Angeles for a final workout
! before facing the Anr«ls.
know Ja><t Monday." he Raid ~lfe'a
"till putting mi' orf I'll claim hi*
Sio,ooo forfeit If I don't get action
noon."
Knarna Mid that f*ant»e»M will
give flickard |r,0,000 for the fight
and will name the altc Immediately.
PantAjrea I.m In New York nt pre*
ent, according to the manager of
hla local theatre.
Jack Iternpaey will tie *een In
peraon at the local theatre In a
gymnaalum aklt next week, begin
nlng Monday.
PADDOCK
TRIMS
220-YARD
RECORD
STANFORD CNIVKK.IITT Oil.
J® -Char lea CiMarki hailed
a* UIP human today
had hi* hand* firmly upon the
world'* rerord for th# !3t->»nl daah
He followed hi* rromnt l>rnakln«
performance of Baturday by runn*>*
Ui' 130 yard* horn ymtrday In 11
wsonda flat, « flf h of a wond k»w
er titan the preoent rwofnlml r*r
ord*. and h> ciiWfKl the century In
I I S, equalln* the r«ror<l unln.
Paddock «u running for tha I'nl
rrmlty of BouUi*m California
wuiul Stanford.
Saturday, In the t*. S. C.-t"nlT»r
alty of California meet, at lierkeley,
he mad* the furlon* In I# I S. which
l* now up for aanet ion a* a world's
record.
CAMBRIDGE
CREW BEATS
OXFORD
IXWDON. March JO -Cambridge
defeatM Oxford In their annuaJ
rowing rlMlr today.
Oxford won the toss and chose th«
Hurr»y side of the rnunM*. rnnntdrr«4
Ui« rao.t •dianUfiiu At the
rrar k of the gun the Cambridge
crew took thr Water and Jtimpnl out
In the lead, setting the par* at a
fast «tmk» for one mile and a half.
Oxford spurted with a quickened
stroke at that point and took the
lead, the QunblUp cotint'tlD appar
ently content to let Oiford net the
pace.
Oxford wan slightly ahead at the
I half mark, pulling a strong stroke
with the Cambridge crew seemingly
willing to trail until the three
quartern.
A quarter of a mile from the finish
Cambridge apurted. overtook Oxford
and passed under the finish line with
a length lead.
The official lime of the winning
crew wan l» mlnutea, 44 seconds
SAN KRANCIBCO, March SO
San Francisco's Heals started the
ball season on the home lot by los
lng the first game they have played
here this year to the Chicago Cubs.
4to 3 It took the Cubs 10 Innings
to do It.
REAL PAINLESS
DENTISTS
In order to Introduce our new
(whalebone) plate. whleh in the
lightest and atrongeat plate known,
[ doea not cover the roof of th«
mouth; you <nn bite corn off the
| cob; gnaiantced 16 year*.
Whalebone art af fr#(k ■
It I roHHi "" '*4
9H llrldarvtorfc I ,
•1 Amalaam rutins
All work guaranteed for lr, yearn
Have linpreaalona taken m it,*
morning and get teeth Kan,,, ,jiiy
Examination and advice free,
( all and *ee Kanpln at Our dale
and Hrldae Work. Wr Klanrf
Ike Teat of Tl»,
Moat of our preaenLiiatronage
recommended by our*c»rly i uato
mera, whoae work I* mill glvlmr
good aatlafnctlon. Auk our eua"
tomeri, who have teated our work
When coming to our office, be aurii
you are In the right place, lirln*
thla ad with you.
OHIO
207 t/IVIVBHSITT »T.
I (>vr»>Kc 1 raatr-I'alcraua It, ]
THE SEATTLE STAR
RED SOX
TEAM IS
NOT WEAK
SISTER
11l lIKAN NNVIMKK
MOT HI'HINUM. Ark . Marrh 11
Ihm l gat lha idea lluit the "rid j
■lied" lloaton l<«<d Ho* craw IK going
to be a )ok« I Mill club llila wuwn,
A "liint at Hugh Huffy'* Imt
■wringera. In aprlng training, l» hai k
Ing for an entirely dirfnrant
opinion.
While nol a prnnnnt contrndrr,
aa II alack* up now. th« laam la
llkaly to make the leader* of tha
American laugur atrp lively to keep
up tlirre
Tha Hot haa two big league
manager* In raallly.
Hugh Huffy wrara lha logp, nnd
Jimmy llurka, offtclally n«i'k, haa
Ilia ability of a big lltna aklpiirr.
HIIRKIM.
Itliil Till It
Imriy and llurka ar« krrplng
thilr haa da logathar
Thr tru ling of llarry lloot>*r for
John tilling and Namo l.rilMild
haa halpad the lanm mtialdantbly. '
llaaplla tha ahadow of five hold
out* Mrnnaky, M< Innto, M'allara,
I'ralt and Myara tha duo m.itia«a
mmt U optlmlatlr
"Thay'll itiwa In." «ay« I Hjf fy
"I look a peak at Harry Kraaaa'a
•alary hat. It aurprtaad ma to j
aaa how literal he haa Ix-an In 10- !
rrrwaing an la r la*.
"Tha holdout a won't gat anothaf
nlrkal. tho H'a galling 100 lata
to arrang* furthar tmdra "
Huffy l« planning atrong on land- '
ing hi* craw In lha flmt dlvtalon i
In Jonaa. Huab. Karr, Myar*. '
IVnnock. Thormahlrn and Huaaall
ha'n got a hurling ataff that looka I
cupabla of plti hing winning lull.
two \i-rr
I ATI 11 MI S
And bahlnd tha plata ha'll havr
Muddy llurl and Al Waltara aa
«rtaran onti hrr». A youngatar 1
luminal Hart (tiaplln of tha
lioorgla Htata lawgua looka
aa a third atrlngrr with lha big |
I mitt. •
All of tha ttoi Inflaldara and out
flaldara aamr to tba tram by trnda
with lha au-rption tt K*aratt Noutt
Two rook Ira ara atarklng up
1 itrong—ilark IHtangar, an li»
flaklar. ami Krnla Naitika, combi
tuition outflrld«*r and pltrhar. Ilolh
young»t»r« nuna from tba
tint , tram.
IHtangar atanda hand and ohoul
dara aboaa all olhar
ability lla will l» a lia/d man
for »»an a yataran lo kaap on tha
bmch.
Tha youngvtar may ba atartad aa
a rrgvila r at aarocid baaa Hr baa
pla>ad with tha tendon, (hit, rluh
of tha Ml< hlganOntarto laagua for
two ymn. ||a hit II! laat aaa
aon and alol« 10 aark« In l»l»
ha pilfarad II baaaa and won a
bMtta.
Ha'a I faat HI. wrigh.i l«fl. and
ha.lla from Tola«|o, O.
hn r«. mtkh
lITCIIKK.H
j Another oatnridar who may
I maka lha big iimr lo hta firat trip
up U Hurry Kaarnan. a Uaaa
• huaatta aaml pro atar. lla l«ta
from aithar alila of tha plate and
la a natural fly rbaaar.
A good ahara of Imffy'a lima U
'l*"' with hla haavlng craw. |(a
holda a hoola for tha boimrn. In
structing thain how to diurt off
minor la««ua (aulta
Huffy and llurka ara galling
morw work out of tha "rl.Wla.r'
Hail than tha baaahall wtaa
j acraa thought waa In tham
Kmart ltan<tiiii( la nuklnn the
l«im » (md on*
WBQgCB
r, wia Iterate and (tare Shade.
•we ef "It. mM.r«#i|hu mm
the < —ml >lll hatllr la Ta.an mmtl
'■ a *lt mud in 11,11 mm*h) la
fce a ' ml « ham, If l~lh 1..,,
are la >k«|>.
Jlmntr Huffy la In r>atrl< la Portland,
wh.r* h« »*» harrvd !a»l t*»»k for r»
f *lha la tight l'*t» H h it.l • iffpf aiinlni
•*»» '« the hout 11. 4i,| ih, li,in.
In Mettle, runnini out on Mhad* a >«u
pie of 4l)l hmtorm (he huul wa* nch#4-
uied. rialmlng aa Injured aid*
Hey Mer'aalln, liremrrton *»ll*re*l|lil,
will bet Kid of fori Town
***> d. al Port Tei»n*»«d in a alt round
l«>y| April » lied <>**•. 10.. i Haht
»»l*ht. will lak* on Rallnr Mrleriur.
*!•<> of Port Town»«nd. In tit* arml
a lad up.
KM W lltlama aed Mr ll'rman a
pair mt fiiail hanlamnrl|hl rham
|.i.ki«, hare hr#n malrhH In ml« la
a It rnand gm Im a drrhmt la llal
Iminfr m April 11.
Jo* Coffer. a*n Vranr|*m Hthlwelffht,
l» on hi* w*r Ka*t, wh*r# It* ha* l.orn
■lf n rd to fl.ltl at tli* Madlann wiuai*
«*rd•« on April JJ. 111. opv' Uent h*a
a«t tern named jret
lie*t fiHid*tiiffa for the le«»t at
Boldt'a Advertisement.
I I I NortKold !r\r\
Egyptian RitcKtiv
TIIIINftOAY TO NATI'IIIIAV
A CRACKERJACK NEW SHOW
AM.-NTAH \ Al l)i:\ 11.1.K
MA It IKTI A f It A 11. Jk t O, ytobepf I'terf.l I'rrmmlm
In "Ike Idrl In the Mark" «A MONKKY llll°l°OIIHOMK M
novAi. rni II limArß «rwi!«TKR> IST * DAHRO
Kll ml hm.lrn I \ enlrllnqtllnl Athletle I'entn
—___ L . ' «*meillenne
I KATI Hr: I'HOTOIM.AT
LOUISE LOVELY
In "WHILE THE DEVIL LAUGHS"
heard down on the corner
BY LEO H UASSE.H
ADVIKTIKISd 111 111 TIIK Ml l»ll M OK athletics •» la nn» of tha
lifi»| WUVH |«>*albla lu tell Ui« world about it city, and H'-ultlo In forturuiti
in having a corpa of nihlatm who nra f i*t putting on tha map In
the world <>f aporta.i I'arhapa tlir miMit au'craraful alngla athlata llihl haa
won world wlila ranown for Haattla In ra< mt yaara la (iua l"o|>a, thr
I,'nlvaralty of Waahlturton illacua liaavar. I'opa won tha Amarlcun < ham
plonahtp liMt y»ar and Itfn |»ljirMl third In Ilia Olympic gamaa al Antwarp
l'oi>p'a naina, alwuyg luikad with Faaltlo, waa puhllahad In naurly avtTy
country In ih» world.
T\Hf baseball I. I.not aril (ton M'-atlla fan* • Uibllf-hrd a rr. <>rd for
aUriMln»o'»* that a tamped the city aa the minor littfw* baai-twill town
In I!><• country for lla Blue. The fart waa hmliM Ihruout the country,
mill fana all «vrr tho I nltcd Hlataa ware watching the Hlwaatie* make
dm of lha ha-1 apurta of any team In any league, winding up In mmil
place after hiildlnn down tho rrll.tr moet of the ariiiHin.
Wll THKN T*KK football II I. Inder Oil Hobla". regime at lha I'nl
verally of Wiuhlnvlnn the wonderful record of Waahtnglon laama put lln
m-Ikhil before lha |HM»pla of the I'nlted KUUn rwillmJl la one of the
chief Hirana of building up arh'Mil aplrlt In all red blooded American achoola,
tad any achool th«l haa a good football team atanda highly In lha mlnda
of red blooded Americana.
TIIK CONN IK| ITIOS OK lha washington stadium with lha Initug
oration of Kart Waal fnollHitl gamea for Maaltla, alao bruuiht lha af«ol
light of publicity on Untitle wh»n lha iMirtmouth Irani came to Ilia l owl
We didn't win lha game. but wa played In It, and thai helped Hralllii.
Mora of nuctl guinea |a one of vlie blggnat tula the clly inn hop* for
Ihruout tho rountry.
TVIR I«ATKIIT sport ads tK«t H*<attl* fin N>n«t are young Bob
llarfwr atul Karl IWird. lit + HriUlr llffhtwriihli, who tr# now boxing
ln-for* N>w York tain* Th«*y ar* thr cle*n*«t twitrx that *v*r l>«*r
fofBNHI inywb#rr, nod H*uttl<* ran wrll bp |»r«'Ud of th* f«ii thut lh*>
art bftni Introduced from N*w York ring* ta hulling from
111 l ltK. ARK MANY OTHKK celebrities who mil ftaattl* th*lr
| I onn», but th* on** wf hav* ruimoi ar* ih« nanw-i frf«h In our memory
at lh« |trnn«ni llm* H«in »|«ortn u uiwayir * fin* boowt for any ™*iimu
5 nlly, «»nd IN faut tuning to thr front In tviry brum h of athtetlra.
ROOKIE
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r«m« uj» to Hmm <*t» Imi r*«f
Utt mi third W*i|h« lid. Af* ?♦. Hat*
• M Ihrnvi right h*M*4 I fr«t
t ll»rft»#
0 #
jyft SALMON EGGS^
Salmon far
Sn * WANO the diti trout but
Direct from the Packer
• p*r»nei tuaitntw at
or your money beck
4 fee. wv H • him InM Mm r«»i
n»„^i
(v w« .k..« i„ || |«
i~.- tw>. >„* v.. ..... .OM.I
l-Vunßiirpn. 'VANy'
Ar.»e'»>. W.ihlnii.n 0"** 4 !
I «*twon n*'J
ACHIEVING YOUR
IDEAL
Vou have an Ideal of youreelf
Bvarybody ha* Way down deep In
your heart you've a mental pit-lure
of Juat how you'd like to look Vou
know what would brltm thla Ideal
to piuw, too. It'a clothe*. Isn't It?
J'rotty. ntyllah frocka and *ulta. etc.
t'lotlie* <lo make auch a difference
In nno's appearance and fiellng*
and w owe It l» ournflVM to real
i*e thin ideal and It can be done,
easily, too, without ready cash.
How? Hy merely going to Cherry's
and huylnir the liest there Is In
clothe* nt low price* (unusually low
now because of their lifter Kimter
salel on dlKnlflrd credit by merely
paying a little each month. Achieve
your Idral In dress.
Their store Is at 207 Kialto build
Ing, on Second avn., between Mtull
son and Spring, over the I'lg'n
Whistle Advertisement.
OTTAWA HAS
POLE FOR
PUCK TITLE
O'tawii ami Vanrouv*r will cUih
in tb* fourth gum* of th* world'*
ho* kry In Vancouver tomor
row nlfftit and If •!># fUj«t*rn t*«»n
ulnit Nfiiin tb*y will hav* th« honor*
awiy fur the •wowl *traJgt>t
ilnw Tb*y won It la*t >r*r from
Haaitl* In th* l-^Mt.
Tim (MtA«rK tMim ha* won two
ram** to Vincouvfi'i on*, an tdt
W*rif» IN th* thrM* out of flva
rum*" th*y nurd but anoth*r win.
Thtimday'* gam* will l«# und*r
l-Kfrn rul** with 40 foot i*nt*r Ira
ar*na and »li mrn on th# lr* Thin
will fir# th* Krnatorn a biff advan
tax* Vancouver ban l<**n wralirn* 1 *!
**rtou»ly by th* lom» of Hkinn*r and
Ma* Kay.
"W" NET
TEAM MAY
GO EAST
Tli* university of Washington may
**nd a pair of t*nnla player* Kast
thi* y*ar to romp*t* with tb* YaJ*.
Harvard and otb*r big roller n*t
tram*. Whether or not th*y will l«*
•*nt <l*t*»nd* upon tb* ahowlnc of
tb* WttAhincton (Mm In th* mM>t
with Stanford and California which
will U brld In Portland lair in
May.
Tti# WaAhtnjrton win protv
aMy m«lr up thl* y+*r of Mar
shall Allen. rlty champion. Don
waller stuart barker and bill Tay
lor.
GOLFERS!
PREPARE FOR
PORTLAND
Seattle rolfrr* are already making
their plan* to be In Portland for the
week of June 10 14. when the I*. N.
♦5. A annual championship ure to
tie derided
At Vancouver lul year the boy*
and girl* had a wonderful time, but
the Waverley Country club, down In
the Oregon city, la out to outdo dhe
(Xnadlan*. «o It'a a raae of make
your reaervatlone early.
Kmpty hotel room* In Vancouver
were ararce l.mi July, ao be on the
«afe *lde and write now to Walter K
I'earHon. *o* Northwestern Hank
llulldlng. Portland.
DUNDEE
RECEIVES
PRESENT
IvOH ANOKLES. Cat. March JO—
(l'nlted Preaa.v—After what wan de
( tared to have been one of the fart
eat and most thrilling fiichta ever
aeen In the Vernon Arena, Jimmy
liundee of Oakland laat night (tot a
present In the form of u decialon
over Joe Coffey of San Franctaco.
New*paper men were of the opin
ion that Coffey bad more than a
comfortable margin Almoat thruout
the four round* the acrapper* atmal
toe to toe and (swapped atlnglnK
punches with lighting apeed.
CARLETON BEACH
SEATTLE'S MASTERPIECE IN HOME PROPERTY
Seattle Is Known as the City of Beautiful Homesites—Oarleton Beach Is Positively
the Most Beautiful of All of Seattle's Many Beauty Spots
CAKIJ3TON HKAL'II lien between Magnolia Itoulevard and Klliott Bay. Bvery trmct has 75 f««t
frontage on Klliott Ilay and a depth of from JOO to 600 feet of delightfully wooded upland.
OARIJKTON REACH ha* a view embracing everything from Mount Rainier and the foothills of the
Cascade* to the cxtrvmr northerly limits of the Olympic range, with a panorama of waterways and
headland* that cannot be surpassed.
Select a tract at CARL.KTON BKACH. where your children can have a garden in real soil where
you can have wait water bathing, claui digging and all the pleasures of beach life on your own
grounds.
Many tracts have perennial (-Imams, groves of maple, dogwood, alder, madrona, cedar and other
trees. The ground Is carpeted With sword fern. Oregon grape and native dwarf shrubs. The rrowth
of spiraea, ayrlngla, flowering currant and native upright shrubs Is beautiful beyond description.
OAKI.KTON HKAMI IS THK ONK PROPKRTY OFFERING IN SEATTLE WHERE TOIT CAN
ENJOY AM, THK I*I.KAMI KKS OK A WATKKI RONT HOMK, A COI'NTRY HOMK AND AN *IJ
THKA KAK HOMK at a price below Uul aekcti for ordinary lots In undesirable district*.
See Carleton
OSCAR E. JENSEN & CO., INC.
Main 110_ 817 Second Avenue, Ground Floor;
Card b Uncover
a New Star
in Spectacles
II wu with the HI Mull Cu
dltial* thai !<«• Meadows, th*
National Iniux pitcher who
w esr» ape, tacle*. Mll# <t--\clopr*!.
nmt hr « now rated »nr of thr brut
t mi ■ rrnri In the National I'KUC
Now ih* wunr Cardinal* have an
other real arnaallon who. Ilk*
M-<ujlow*. "I'hulerf," In
the peraon of fjenrife Tupofctr, a
wruml Inui nun who, by « combi
nation of clrrutnstam«■* ami teal
ability, may l*coni« a regular on
the Hi l.oula Infield .1* was
taken on for trial from tha Hyrn
• lino lril- rimlion.il Idub.
Whrn Milton HUm k fall*°d to re
|«orr and announced he would K"
Into bu»ln"Ma with hi* father-in
law in Mobil**, Hoger* Ifornsby
wu «ihlfl<-d lo third baar by M.in
«*«• Rickey, and that left an
opening at second. To(>or<cr ha*
filled It mi <a|<.ibly that laat Wf-k
the Cardinal management mad*
arrang>*nrnts with Kynuw to
retain the player,
and an Htock la nlowlng Up any
way the iww man »*~mn likely lo
be found at second alt aeaaon,
with Hornaby, than whom there
la none Mlw, at third baar.
bowling
Telephone league r.
Pia/M W«L Isft. Pet
division Plant ... 41 74 1«
maintenance 45 24 la s:i
''f.mm. f rui 12 lf 5,41
ln»t®||»t|« n 42 JJ :• 124
<-« l.l« ... 45 2f J 474
Holer V«hlcJ*» ..41 U tl 242
lM*Wn rtMt
webb 173 It 7 Ift 111
mcwhirter i«7 114 141— 114
elderman Its 114 llT— flf
king Hi 174 144 - til I
nelson :u -ji iff— «i»
I*2 111 Iff—ll44
■ ••fallal ton
wineholt 171 77J Iff— f4€
anderson Itl Iff Iff— 141
Mccoubrey ISf Iff 117— 41:
martin »» .. 14: IH 1:: «ti
prowse 1•• 1:4 174 — fl7
741 li: 7ff— 2171
riiwiniii
benedict 141 ... 141— Jfl
griffith 142 141 Hl Ifl
graeff 142 144 174 172
olson 124 117 147 474
shelton 11l lUI I 7f — U»
eves ... IJt . 121
• 741 4f 7 114—12:4
pfeiffer . 144 174 117— 111
harth . 171 14« 14: »4:
dempsey 117 111 114 424
baum ..141 114 141— 4"?
merritt Ilf 149 Ift 4»»
117 f77 4»f—7414
Malar % rfclelaa
bradley 141 Iff 111— Ml
dawe ll* 144 14J— 412
jackson ... .... 141 124 144- 42*
susky 1:1 Id iff— 471
grant !«4 144 144 444
77f 127 711—1144
(«fl#
bolling 144 171 14f— 4«l
mccloud I*2 14? I S— 414
netterblad 3-1 111 Iff— 441
beaupled I*4 111 |7l 174
herr .. 127 172 1 IS— ill
141 171 71f—2411
I toddy, bring horn* worn* of Iloldt's
Fren# h fmmtry.— AdvertlaTOient.
MAIN SPRINGS, $1.50
Other Repair* In Trx> port lon
H. S. ANDREWS
Wslrhmalter
HI I roiKTII AVENUE
HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
I Ln'Vr bicycles tv," • v
■ ■ —— i
SPEND!
BUT SPEND JUDICIOUSLY
In these days we should spend our dol
lar judiciously. Seattle and Tacoma
merchants frequently display attrac
tive offers.
Read their ads in both Seattle and Ta
coma newspapers.
If you buy in Tacoma
T £r INTERURBAN FLIER
Daily Except Sunday
ROUND TRIP SI.OO
Leaves Seattle 9:30 A. M.* Leaves Tacoma 4P. M.
WEDNESDAY. MAKCII 30, 1921.
LEAGUE
ENTRIES
CLOSE
SATURDAY
The rules and regulations for Tha
Htar Junior baseball leajfue Ihat W«re
puMiahed In Monday's Htar wers
gone over with the managers of th»
iKirnx at Th# Htar laat rilßht Thta
were no i hanges In the rules and
they will govern the league play for
the ywir.
Kn tries for The Htar lea«ue elnea
Saturday at 12 noon aharp. Any
teama that have not definitely do
elded whuhT frr not they want ti»
play bull In The Htar league must
make up th'lr mind* at that Omc.
TK.AMH AKk
I OK MtWflllKK
A number of trams asked for fran
'lili" l»*t night. The following
i«'m« un- </• rialn of entering tha |
I league.
( bmnly'n or Three Brother*.
ItainW-r AlhHlt club.
Rainier INftila \thletle rink.
(|ui«ri Anne AerlaJ*
Seattle lioyV Hub.
South lieau on Kill.
Bulldog*
l.lbert) Park Honiara.
Chandler*.
IJriroln I'ark-
Ballard Hoith*.
Shamrox Athletic rloh.
Kelll club.
Home of the I'ama haven't deftnH*.
j ly decided whether they will enter
or not. Those teams follow.
White star Juniors.
Jeffer*on Park
Merrer Playfk-ld Junior*.
South Park Junior*.
Standard Oil Co. Junior*.
Ape* Hub.
The Ml Baker team, champions of
Th" Hlar Irairur Umt year, are un
fortunate enough to have one of
their player* over the age limit,
, which la I! year*. or 21 after April
I®. Thejr have decided to drop out
of the lea/ru<-
Thr Tailored Ready tram has
banded, and the players will joifl
other club* In the circuit. |
IHVIMONft I
The league will be divided Into t«J
I 'injurs, A and B. according to
i'y. <"las* A tram* must hare
• >ut suits will not be
Class B te&ms.
Tram manager* want to lajr
for the regiMraUon of their
. mediately. The league rules
' the registration of It men by Apnrj
|S, including the names. addrvaNil
: and dates of birth of all lbs m>
, playing f
The Htar leagae Is open to Wtf
Junior tKOM-ball team in .Seattle that
is willing to play under the leagM
. rules They are charred nothing.
The aeajion will be short and snappy,
and any team* that want to play or.
raniied ball for the rummer should
not fall lo get their entrtaa In to ths
■•porting editor of The Ktar bafurs
Saturday noon. The first nam at
j the season will be played April It.
WE RATE RECENTLY
ADDED !.:.«• NEW BOXES
TO OI'H MODKRN SARTI
DEPOSIT VAIL.TB.
Cotn* and mania* mmt
rqulpmrnt tar Utr wfekwyiai
of bonds and OUMT ralwMi
p*»a
»ve, Pike U.
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