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ITKSDAY. MAY \ 1921.
JRAVIE DAVIS WILL DEFEND WELTERWEIGHT CROWN TONIGHT COAST CHAMPION MEETS SIMONICH IH\ lit) II IJUMEN rpJtAVIE DAVIH. Cuast waiter I X weight champion, who haa >uc I eaaofalN defended hla title during tha . |tit ye«r since he won It from John | tf MeOrthy, will ba called upon to ft nd hU crown agnln tonight when t* meet' Joe Slmonli h, tha ruggvd ' Buite mitt alui*'-r. at tha Pavilion Tbia will b« tha first bona fide IK.VNKIK II.UNIK jsmnker to be iU(nl In Seattle for Ml* time. It will be under the | wpicra vt the Cascade Athletic vis showed that he la s'lU chare JPR*of bl« class the other night In jKroma when he shaded Dave Shade the speedy California welter, to a si* round bout. If Pkvj gets by Rlmonlch he will have pk-n'y of competition with ■lh'Cte, Kmnkle ltaynle, Billy fWrUtht and Johnny McCarthy ready to do hire battle. HOXKD UK.VVV BE tour. Blmonlch la not new to Seattle fan* aa ha boxed a draw with Mavis at the Oystal Pool last winter, giving l>a <» plenty of fight, especially In the clotting rounds. The main bout Is backed op by a pret'y fair card of preliminaries. t'rankle Haynic. the string bean welterweight from California, will ■take his first bow In Seattle for matrix Uma when be takes on Kddle' Hammond, a local boy. Haynle ■hewed that he can still hand 'etn out when ha cracked Jimmy Storey on the moUrs for the long count In Ta cocna two weeks ago. BANTAMS ok mix * - Bud Manning and Eddie Nsfl. a of bantams, meet la tha special Nell, .who halls from Ana fortes. Is popular with the local lag*- He la a stable mate of Ray |)artbner's. . Bud Kttxgerald. local UghUe, and Johnny McCarthy of Taeoma, get to- Cber In the second bout, and Bob ige and Bill Gregory, a pair of Sew corner*, open the show. The first bout gets utmW way at lit The Pavilion la located at l r ßl varsity st- and Third ave. ■BDLET TO MX FKIHII Bud Seattle featherweight, who got off to a flying start In th* Bast the other night by winning hi* Or*' bout, la lined up to met Danny Fni.h in Bwtan on May l(. Fruah la th* English h«x*r wbo fought a draw with Bob Harper her* last year. ItkS'y- may bo* Andy Chaney, the Baltimore crack. on th* 10th In Chaney and Fruah are con two of the leading feather Wnt* In the business. U Bud can get hy both of these boy* he will be la direct line for a bout with Charxv fton Johnny Kilbane. COLORED BOXERA MAY TRAIN DEMPHEY Colored boxers aeem to be able to ■land the onslaught of Jack Demptey In training better than white men. (Hence Jack will probably hava three colored men to spar with him la his training for his bout with George* Oarpen'ier. The Jamaica Kid. Kid Norfolk and Harry Wills have all b*en made offers to train Uie Cham plon. COI<ORET> BOXER IN CARPKNTIEK'M f AMP, TOO I>-mp*ey won't be alone In having colored men In his training camp, as Joe Jeanette, once regarded as one of 'he best heavyweights in the game, will be In charge of Carpentier's quarter*. I WEST SIDE NET aTEAM DROPS OUT tVest Seattle net, team ha* from the high school tennis leatru*, leaving oaiy six teams to fight It out for the championship. Franklin and Broad way play their postponed net match tomorrow at Volunteer park, and Lin coin m<-eta Franklin Saturday after noon on the Mount Baker park court*. University of Washington baseball team leave* tonight for Corvallls, Ore., where they play the Oregon Aggies Wednesday and Thursday of thto week. They then Journey to Kugena, where they meet the Uni versity of Oregon teiim Friday and Saturday. Fourteen men .under the lead of Coach Leonard Allison, will make the trip. Non* of th* American inftm iitinn 1 pl»y*ni havx lw>«-n ord»r»*l off th* fI»M for profanity. Thing* artn't j hot «-nou(?h yet. BASEBALL Pacific ('•••! I.fntuff VBRXON V». ftKATTI.PS Gam# Called at 2itA f.'W. lUwrtfd Ural* «l .11.1 M Arcade PHO*K MAIN ftOOl r«kc fourth Avf. Cars (• Park STAR TENNIS ENTRY BLANK r wtnh to entar tha ivmli marked with ciom In Th« BUU Woodland park ttnnl* tournament; Mac a singles Women') ting1e5.................. Man • doublaa (Nam* doubles partner) Wooian'a duubtaa. (Nam* doubles partner) MIhJ doublaa. (Name doublaa paitoer) (Nam.) (Add re*.) I can play aft or o'clo< o'clock en Saturday*, after (rui In Boys who had not ranched thel wi.htng to compel# In special boy Rntrle* cloee May It and will I tennis department *t Piper A Taft '■HSBSKSI rumc coast ir. »«t r I Waa. Lost, r.-t ! a r*m*ntA 1* I ,t*t j •**!» rri«r»*-o II » «»t : l4 IS Ml I o»kUf)4 w u .**• *•*!(»• IS I J .1 • Vtrnon II Ik « 1 salt 1 ak« I IS .111 f\>rti*n<l . I I# !«• N<« |*m#i t brduirtl jrrat*rd*y. U*mi trmrolth* TMh WRICK M HCUKIX LK v»nio« «t OUlssd »« Portiißil r#m»nt.» At )kn rr»nHic« &*it L*k« ftl U» NATIONAL 1 MCI r Won. Prl niuNri If t .til ltrook!y» IS I .19% A NEW HOMKRI'N CHAMPION will be erowne.l In the Coast leago for the first time In three years when the 1131 season has passed Into history. For three seasons Karl Sheely copped the honors while playing for the Salt Lake rluh But Earl has graduated to the Chicago White Sox and a new man will be champion this season !*ete Schneider, of Vernon; Hack Miller, of Oakland; Willie Kacntn. of San Kran--lsco, Tex JounUn. of Salt Lake and Pete Compton, of Sacraaenlst are the boya 1 catling the parade at the present tlma. BILLY LANE IS CERTAINLY a wonderful addition to Qia Seattle team Right now the Uttle outfielder la playing the beet ball of any man en the Seattle rtub. He's hit Lin* the running wild on the tiaaas. and he's playing a great game la the field. And what's more, be haa world's of pep Seattle waa certainly lucky to grdfc such a valuable tuan after losing an offensive star ef Sammy Bo line's caliber. COMPETITION HAS IMMII'BTEDLY been the rH.toi for Bin Cun nlngham's aew leas* on Ufa The little Seattle fly chaser Is playing better ball right now than he ever showed before In Seattle. He's hitting the agate and hitting It In the pinches, something he never did last year. Bill always a good fielder, but thia spring I* ths first time he has «hown sny real Jaxx. Wth such good men aa "Brick" Eldred and "Rube" Oldrlng ready to step In the lineup. William has to atep to keep his Job, and ha s certainly stepping. IF ERNIE SCHORR IS EVER to b* popular with Seattle (Ua h*TI have to Jerk hlnuMlf up a bit mor* ll* hu twn pit.hlng good hall and has b»»n getting fault*, but he also get* the rau from th* fan* for hi* apparently Indifferent attitude while on th* pitching MIL It may bo just hi* way, but If h* would *nap Into It a bit tnope and tak* th* r-inw mor* seriously h* would mak* Seattle a real southpaw, and what's more, b* would mak* hlmaelf popular with th* fan*. 7///tU:A £/<-'& & J E 3 P /f fr W /Z*Z. —mmmmmJ H arlv v D 4vidfon Mctortyclr% GUARANTY BANK AND TRUST CO. Statement of Condition April 28, 1921 AABET9 LIABILITIES Loans and Diicounts I 721.844 9t Capital Stock I 250 000 00 Overdrafts 134.47 Surplus an® Undivided Profits 42,177.11 U. 8 Bond* 74,749.00 Rediscounts, Federal Reserve Investment Securities 15K.012.11 Bank 30,700 90 Stock Federal Reaervo Hank.. #,OOO 00 letter* of Credit,... t,500.00 Furniture and Fixture* 7,604 28 Deposit* 8J1.233.22 Safe Deposit Equipment.....« 1.694.39 Judgments 737.37 Real Estate 1,700.00 Real Estate L0an5............ State Guaranty Fund 3.535 47 Customer!' Liability Under Letters of Credit t,SOO 00 CASH AND EXCHANGE 198.7M.1S # |1,225,t10.1t 11,225,610.Jt • OFFICERS Henry Klelnberg, Chairman Henry Plckard, President Homor W. Hunker, Vice President • Arthur C. Kahlka, Cashier Frank Brown. Assistant Cashlef George L. Wilton. A**l*U.nt OMhler Geo. V. Wachtln. Foreign Department FIRST AVENUE AND COLUMBIA STREET IMIi'IWNnWI fine WW »M It a a good running <ar Liwell l-pa.aenger firing ear hvtth alerter and electric Tight*; jg.od llr<*»: and It a ready to go. poly (2(1.10. • TERMS ! nr.at wnrrKRN M<rron*. ina. foalwijr and t'nlon ft. Ka.t 7M 111 CHKVIuVQaf Tot'lllNO « Alt ■nd llargaiua at l«H> them. 11l U Pike »t. Laat | .it ronn 1 ton Tfircic. with < tab and platform b«dy A r«*al feujr. \ CENTRAL AOIWCT. Inc. Authorised Kurd t»*ai' r .cad way and I'lka. Kml 3-0 r J if "I: . M .. 4 I# 171 r*hii«d»l»Ma ....... 4 If ?ll hl Lou la • • sta Haw Y«rl I Vitai'tn 1 Plttaburg I, (*tilf«|o I Urwfclja I. Philadelphia 1 AVKMCASI I Kiflt r ua Laat. Frl <l«**lan4 a. II I .TM J 9 4 «|| >id»'*a « • Ilk (>«tr<it T I 447 York • t 441 H t.o-jia - • • «»a ''Mrifd 4 V Ml rhiu4*iphia • I .J«: |i atun i Naw'Tarli I fit !»uU 7 f»«lrt»H • Ml InnlnfaV. FhUadalphla I. Waatu*«taa i. TIIE SBATTI.K STAR PREP PLAYERS HIT HARD THIS YEAR IIY TOM OIAKN Thirteen prep ball player* are bat tin* over .100 In the thr«« gamaa *a< h *■ bool hu been engaged In an far thla nruwin The high • hool game* thin y«r have been mud* a greut drul mot* Interesting heoauae of the fart that the youngntera me pounding the ball around the loin more than (hoy have »njr seaaon. Reven of th* lending* batamen ar* ( nficl,t*r* uii.l the remainder out 'H"id«n. < t»ellon Harper. ftullard renter •trlder, I* th* league's leading bain 'nun*, hitting the torrid par* of .113 [J*h* nut five batxtnen In order are .nfleldrra Hperieer Harris. llroud V«v'» flrnt Km k»r, la pounding the |i l>lr to a .639 tun Johnny Macr, Franklin »»<ond anrker, and l*»n Jonea, the Quaker captain and abort flop, are ||«il for third pltrr, both [fitting an even 4iS. I'eterwon, the •trnadway ehortatop. la hitting 417. f nd Khuger, Uir Wort H.Jr abort, la fitting an even ,400. * Reven youngster* ar* batting b* ween SOO and 400. Miwt of theae re outfielders. Johnnort, of llroad p-ay. la hlttlnir STS. Bovell. Frank • n n left f.elder, and llevkwllh, llttl '\r>l a left fielder. are both hlttlnic 144 Four men are tied with the Uj.lM average of 1» Hyatt. Ilrotul- Ja>'a left fielder. Yalamota. I.in Aln'a second aak'r, Ken Johiuon, l.in-oln's second fielder, and IJndh. the Wuuy third liwm#n. are baton* iw-thlrd of a thousand. Tier* la no doubt that tba boy* are bitting the ball batter thla year than they hav* before, but the cla*« of twirling d>ahwl up tbu» aeaaon 1* not nearly ao gool aa that displayed last season t "hurley of It road way, rapt Wright. of wuien Anna. Frank Nut mlnie. of Franklin. and Ilob Handera, of Hroadwar, are tha principal twirl •ra In tha league. Heren mora camwa ara atated for nub team In tha iMivt, RUTH GETS ONE AND SO DOES KELLY mew TOItK. M*y I—Georg* K'l ty, <ii«nt outfielder, knocked out his seventh home run of the season here yaaterdsy against the Boston Brave* Kelly Is h**plng on* step ahoad of Babe Ku'h. who pounded out his sixth at Boston yesterday against th* ttsd Box. K. OF C. TO STAGE SMOKER •SATURDAY Eddla Hammond, of IMite, ud Orant lUmUln. at Ttmnu. will dlah up tha main »v*nt In the Ml Knight* of Coltunbua amoker to ba Hut urday evening at Uia Kaaey'a rvm four other high rtaaa bout* will he Hnr«l up. A small admiaaiun wUI be ofcu|«d. GAME WARDEN ISSUES WARNING The Kiag county game warden da aire* lo Inform all p»raona that It la unlawful to ratrh trout and baa* under ait Inchaw In length. Thla •action of Iba (am* coda wan not repealed at tha laat aawlon of th» legislature, and all violation* of thla act wUI ba prosecuted. Tha American ktpa outplayed the National league In tha »prlng aartaa They did tha aama thin* laat tall In the world nertoa. MOUND ACES HAVE HARD TIME WINNING About a half a doaen t'oaat l««gu* pitchers alated to b* area for their teams ate having a teirlbla time got ting started thla season. The biggest fallura and tha blggeat aurprlae of tha senMin ao fur la the fixate of "Una* ' Arleit, tlie big right hander of the Oakland tram, lie ha* been licked In five out of aix atarta They *uy down Houih tlial the big fellow haa a aora arm. It certainly muat he powerfully aora judging from how tha oppoalUon hu* treated hla delivery. CiKAMV FIN AIX Y WINK lloli deary, who waa one of th# beat heaven In tba league luat year, had a hard time getting atarted for tha Inml club Ha finally turned In hla flrnt win of tha year but Runday. Welaer 1 jell, ona of Vernon'a lieat lieta, hut been treated rudely'every lime out. And ao haa Hllm Ixive, the big Vernon southiuyw. l>ive haa turned In a couple of awell guinea, but he haa aUo been pounded hard "I«efty" O'Doul. the Ban FruiMwo southpaw, waa bit bard until Juat re renlly. THOMAS IS POt'NUKI) "I.efty" Thomaa, on* of l.oa An geles' bm>t burli ra Imt year, baa l>e*n taking aonw bad beutlnga. And Willie Mlti'hell. the leading eouthpuw of th* rlri-ult lant **.u< n "M'l Win to get a tar led fur the Tlgera. Hut with the coming of warmer weather thla bum-h of mound men ehould begin to make therneelvea heard \ KKNON IIKKE V\ KIINKMO \ V The Vernon club woo l open here until Wednesday. The Tiger*, two time rhomplona of tha Coaal league, aren't reeling very comfortably right now. being In alxth place. Uut with their powerful pluming ntaff and a nolleclion of good hlllera they will b* up there fighting for the lead ■oon unleaa tha "dope" goea wrong altogether. FRENCH IMI'K4I\ K* Kan Fran, laco trrlbea who *aaw llay I'renrh In a>-tlon at ahortatop for the Vernon Tlgere lael week ngalnat Oakland aay that tha former ' H«attle Inflelder haa Improved won darfully alnce he paatlmed with Ra itile l«iii in lilt. Rinc* that lime he ha* worked In the Weetern league and haa had • trial with 111* New Vork Yank a. ll* cam* to tha Ver non ctub aa part of the Johnny Mitchell deal. French alwaya did have g lot of pep. and they aay that tha rough edge* that marred hla play in lt!t hae* keen removed. HAfRAMKNTO CI.FII IN I.KAD While * lot of note* haa Ma mad* abogt th* Han Frajirlaco Baala aloe* the opening of th* aeaaon. a glance at the Standing of the tea ma ahowa that tha Rarramento Rolona ar* now leading the league by a vary alight margin. The Rolona hav* a good ball club and If pitching hold* up they will be among the atrongeat contender* for the Coaat honor*. Fords oiv NA-d I I Power Farming win 4. Fordson The Fordson Tractor is taking care of every rower job; it is taking the drudgery out of farm work and solving the labor problem. Power farming with the Fordson reduces the cost of prepar ing land to almost one-half what it would be with horses, and saves a third to a half of the farm er's time. What machinery does for the factory, the Fordson Tractor is accomplishing on the farm —it is increasing production at lower costs and making farm life attractive. Apply thla powar farming Idea In your thrashing. Mora machine* and atrew baler—will take care of every kind knd mora farmer* are making themselves Independent of of belt work. Unfavorable condition* by ualng the Kordaon trnrtor linked The Fordson plow* I to I acre* in a lOhour day, hand op with a light Uireaher. Hy relzlng the right moment Il nß two p i owll w(UI | n the « V ornge "oil. It require* *nd being nblo to do the Jnb without waiting and In quick , n average of only IVi to 2 gallons of keroaene to Uia time, crop losses are avoided and profit* Increased. acre. The Fordaon operatea with kero«ene. When used on Tt !* the Ideal year-round' tractor. It will pay for ita belt work, running at full power at 1,000 R. P. M„ tha fall and winter keep In many way*, such a* road work, fuel consumption duo* not exceed il%» trallun* per hour. hauling grain to the elevator, pumping water and moving H will run the olaolric light plant, operate tlio milking granaries. \ Hugh Baird Central Agency Co. Elliott 73# Fourth Ave. at Jam** St _ A. F. (B«rt) BIA NOV, Manager Ka.-t 330 Broadway and Pike St. L. M. Cline Motor Co. Wm . l. Hughson Co. Kuwood tl 110! East 49th St. Ka>t 404 (00 Kart Pike St. Clark-Baker Motor Co. Alfred G. Ayerst, Inc. Beacon 532 lOtli Ave. S. and Jackaon St. Eaat 120 1930 Broadway, ror. Denny Way ENTRIES OPEN FOR STAR MEET Kntry blank, for tha *e« -ond annual Plar Woodland park tennla tourney ware avallalila yesterdsy for tlia flrat time. They appeared on Tha Hiar aport page and were also ready for diatrinuilon at tha tannla department of piper * Taft'a. Tha entry lilanka ahould ba filled out and mailed either to the (porting editor of Tha Htar or ahould ha aant to tha tennla department of Piper A Taft*. May 11 la tlia closing day for the net entries. May 21 la the opening day of the tourney. June 1 la tha flrat day of the aiM-flal meet for boys who had not reached their lllfa birthday by Man h 1. 1021. FOUR STAR CLASS A TEAMS TIE AU four team* In th* class A dl vlnlon or The Hliir Junior llw buli league «.rr> tied with a percentage of SOO AX'er losing th«ir first two gnme« the Hhumrog Athletic cluh 'tm« to life »nd won two In a row The Three Brother* Dye Work*, Louie's Kren< h Dry t'l«-aners and Stacy Shown* have all woo oil* and loat one. Only one gam* la booked for the cl**» A division Sunday, the Stacy Shown* being l>ooked to meet the Threa Brother* L>ye Worlu at Jeffer son park. The First ITItl Merchants and the Ttiungstown Athletic club In clasa B are the only team* in either division of th* league to hu%e a clean slate »o far thla season. Th* Merchants hava refl»'ere.| two win» and the Youngatcwn crew on*. Th* complete class B Schedule for Sunday follows: Pirate* vs Klrgt HI!! Merchant* at Lincoln pUyfield. lllirhlsnd Pork Whit* Star A. C. vs. Ila Inter A. C at Walla Walla. Khainro* A. C. second tram VI Youn*»town at Yoongstown. Kckhart Clgnr Co. vs. Bulldogs at Lincoln playfleld. Queen Anne Aerial* v* South Se attle at f*«uth Seattle. Chandlers vs. Washington park at Waahlngton park. CARDS MAY ENTER COAST MEET PALO ALTO. Cal, May I —Coach Templeton. of tha Stanford uni- Mir*lty, announced here \ yesterday that be thought that It would be poa •dbla for Stanford to send a tsn man team to oompsta In th* Pacific Coast rtonferencs track meet at Rugwna. Mar tl. Templeton first announced that Stanford would Dot antes', pre ferring to sand a f*w man is tha In lOToollegiat* track meet at Boston. May 11. If the IM> loae i frw marf af Ihrtr rtWnini they'll have m»r» of a kid team In tha raca ttua year than Conni* Ma< k. PREP BALL TILTS ON TODAY With four taamn tied for flrat plara, an upeat la e*pej-ted In tha hlirh ai boo! hiineUll riu e when tha teumn < laali this afternoon. I'Vanklln and Quern Anna clgah on Columbia pluyfield, 121 oiutway playa Lincoln at lower Woodland, and West KeatUe meats llulUiid on Adumn plsy field Kranklln. Queen Anna, llrnndway and Lincoln are the four luuni tied for flrat pl.u a. All of tha gamea are aluted to get Under way at 2'40. DUAL TRACK MEET SATURDAY franklin and Lincoln high school* will cla all Maturday morning on l'ennv field on tha University ram pua. In a dual track meet ftoth Franklin and Lincoln are represented with atrong track team* and a close tneet la looked forward to. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OP The Seattle National Bank April 28, 1921 RESOURCES I-oana and Discount* $10,998,097.13 U. S. Bonds $1,766,955.85 U. S. Treasury Certifi cates • 101,000.00 - | gg 7 ggpj g- Other Bonds and Warrants c!064|633!62 Real Estate Owned 411,587.69 Furniture and Fixtures 85,000.00 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 54,000.00 Customers' Liability Under Letters of Credit. 323,426.36 Customers' Liability on Account of Acceptances 2,825.00 Cash and in Banks 5,241,790.21 Total $23,999,315.86 LIABILITIES Capital $ 1,000,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 854.535.44 Circulation 955,250.00 letters of Credit 323.426.36 Acceptances 2,825.00 Deposits 20,863,279.06 Total $23,999,315.86 omenta DtnVl K»n»h«f, Chatrman J. W. Span* Ist. PrwrMant t K. V. Ankanr, Flrit Vlc»Fmldwl P. B. Truax. Vtc»Pr«ald«at f. If. Newb«f**r, Vice Pr«wM«nt E. O Abm. Vhv-Prealdant v 11 C McDonald. Caahler C. U UGrtn, AMttUirt Cashier E. K. Rtllejr. Aastetant Cashier G. W. More, Infant Caahler %Ym. Kahlke, AaaUtant Cashier J. H. Miner. AaaUtant Cashier PAGE 11 FAST STAR GAMES SUNDAY Ki»ry Khownx and the Three Brothers' Ifym Work* •*» the only clan* A teams thai are scheduled to play nut Hunday In The Htar I nave. The game la scheduled tor Columbia pUjfl'ld. Several f► 1 K.irne* are billed In clans B for Hunday. The I'lraten and the first Hill Mer rhanta play on the B. K. Day play field The Highland Park Athletic club meet H the Italnler Athletic club on Walla Walla field. The new Youn*«towm Athletic club t»arn frown bats with the Hhamroi Athletic club second team at Voungß town. The I.lherty P:»fk Junior* play the Bulldog* on M«-rcer field.