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475-Foot | Hit Made by Ruth . fßabe" Socks the Apple ' | Into Center Field U Bleachers in Gotham '. BT DEAN RVTOKR >. ,HKKK aren't . eno ui h ad>c- i I live* In the book J to fit Baba Itulb Hli *eT • n home runs (n five " days t» a world record. Hut what , or UuiU Two of the •even drive* were world beatera. Ilia drive at the Tolo Grounds t June IS taped 460 feet and on ;¥une 14 he hit oue Uut taped Wtt (Mt '! Mike Tlernait hit * ball over the ITMce at the Polo Ground* at 110 th |«treet end heat Boston I to 0 year* A4O. Thet vee considered the slam Record then. No measurements were lakrn of It. however. fl Roger Connor pasted the ban over jjUM center field fence at the old ITole Oround*. alio. S Several year* ago Joe Jackson PgOifrd" * homer over the flagpole rW the end of the right field stand the present Polo grounds. Joe s trcuit drive waa considered the <a*est hit of an time until Itabe'e fctest feat*. J But thoee two deters of Homer infer'* into the center field bleach are the first bails evrr to carry ■Mar in the history cf the perk. R Hi* record rock puts another page Ip the history of Babe Ituth and [We ball. jar GO INS - GUESS P Miller Huxcins needs pitching on Ala ball elub wnrse than he needs Kkbe Ruth or any other of his pl&y ■I star*. Last spring ha sent Lefty OTonl OacK to Ran FYanetsco after ke«ptn* plm on the Yank bench for a full BM)'DouI has won nine starts fn a Kv for tho Krisro Soals this rprlnit. nHonrins could use some of jfwoiil'i stuff pn tty handily now. (ueas of Hugßlns' gone JJRINO DOPE | ft«ft)S training form of ball cJuhe p.about'«* trustworthy aa a Mls- Kprt BiuieV- hoote. ■Ult spring Id tha napwlta sail- M lak« Charm-bail park, dbnnie Buk's team looked Ilka a weak bit outfit with thC best pitching ■L In the iMfiw. Ead bow records show that the ■teflkmen are bitting the world beat n only a few nntrtw below the bugging Tanks. B) The pitchers whs Moomed to the Lpcing are bloomers now. H The Athletics play two kinds of Kan—pennant and tailspln. I I They bare tha honor of baring past nore ball gamea than any team M> si titer league. 'CART HAS fauraoxß 1 Hempsey scouts hsVs bee* boar UMs at the CarpenUer camp. ■ They're discovered that the Hkvnehmaa has ona punch—and be pßls telephone la a little sign. Just he shoots his right he turns 111 over In a little corkscrew way | glmllar to Kid McCoy's famous wai -1 And Pimps*y has practised to sidestep Just such a drive, eounter j*«d meet Carpentler coming In, Bshkh increases his dynamiting flat b bout 100 per cent. Bu telephone has no bttalnees In fighting arena. PfcACV FOB . . WTZANNE Lv Announcement that Mile. Rmajine "fcengien, French tennia ace. la com ing to America In July, bu put seat L Into the Kama. Li With all the story ehe haa so sensationally won In Europe, ahe 111 M t i>if drawing card evory >ere. . Mr a. Vary Sutton Bundy, national >ehamplon In 1904 and the only [/American woman ever to win the Ifßngllsb championship, to starting to L train again after a long layoff from 'iserio'ia tennia. |j lUm Mark K. Browne, national Ijcbamplon of lIIJ and 1114, also will If resume practice with the anticipa tion of getting 4 match with the HY'rench star. If Super stars In say gams are Its rvest promoters. umiAOE tsrvrr K Pat Moras was onoe called s Man. BHlole were the palmy days for |ML He had a ban club that stuck Ifsgether then. I The Red craft went the way of ■many other brilliant organizations. (•The cogs of bis winner began to (think about themselves more than team. The Clncy'e began to Backfire. BP no Pat wrecked the outfit and went his miracle stuff. But right now he ha* a younger team In process of building another r.fcrnnaot winner. There la a tpleu spirit on the club. L And Paul may lire to eee the time Ktrhen he will again bo called a ■ Miracle Man. J Barnry Vrryfrtm, iifiiMini of the Plttuburg Pirate, bellevea Judge t«r<lla —not B. B. John iron—ahould have the aay about pitcher* uxlng Main. Additional Sports on Page 8 THE WORLD OF SPORTS Entries for City Net Meet Are Open Today Play to Be Staged at Seattle Tenni* Club Next Week; Eight Events Are Booked; Entries Close Saturday Night ENTRIES for the city tennis tournament to be staged by the Seattle Tennis club at Firlock next week open today. This meet will include men's singes and doubles, junior singles and doubles, boys' singles, women's singles and doubles and mixed doubles. lOntry fees for this tournament wiD be 50 cents and the players will furnish their own balls. The entry money will be used for the purchase of trophies. The entrle* eJo»» Saturday ntxbt and will ho until then at The Star, l'lper A TafV*, SptU dings arid the TVnntx club. Th# city tournament I* an op«t» meet anil l» not to *>• considered a second Seattle Tennis club •venc, according to Marshall Allen, who Is promoUng th» tournament. A bit entry list should be filed for this play. A special fratnre of the tourna ment will he the boy*' and Junior t*i>s" tennis center championships. All boys who have not reached their 15th birthday after March 1. IMI. are enable to enter the boys" meet while all fellow* who have not reached Uieli lSth birthday after the same date are eligible to compete In the Junior sr*nlon. A committee consisting of rrpre sent* tives of the Seattle prwe. War shall All-n. Wilton Smith. Armani Marlon and "Ped"" Knlchner, has hern appointed to confer on plans for making this meet one of the most successful of the season. This committee will be asked to moot within a few day*. Coast, Northwest and National Swim Dates Are Booked June St—A. A. C. women'a e*nl«r mil* outdoor rhsrnptao«bir>, C*pi tola -by-th* »r», t'*L juof . « :« fifth annett Dot Monte girts' swimming champion *titp% Del Mont a, Cel. July J 4 P. A. peethalnn. i»tw snlng championahipa, Neptune Beach. Cal. July l-t-l—Oatw d* Alone annua] regatta. Coeur d'AUa*. Idaho. July Id —P A. it >ard free etyle. for mtp. Nsptune Bearh. Cat July It — A A. IT. men e mlJa cham pionship*. Philadelphia. Pa. July 17—Olympic AtMetle etu* w* Ta?e, Mora nark, Oakland. Oat July 21—Pacific Coaat Indoor ptonaliipe. Crystal Pool. Srattla July SI—A. A. IT. Mdtsr Kmf dla tan<e swim, Rlverton. N. J. July 34—P A. e»ajor ime*! 44t owtdoor. women's ill outdoor, Oapl tola try the-flea, CaL July 14—A. A U. mentor hfgli str ing for men. Tent City. Cal. Jury ft—A. A. V. hmtar mile for men and Junior high dltiAf, Broad Ripp#r pool, Indlaaapnlta July* Si--P. A. vomeil It-yard frew style. Noptune Beech. CaL August t —Pacific roaat outdoor iwimminf champloaahlpa. Teat CUy. Coronado, CaL Arg Ist 1 ♦—Portland Pacific Water earuival. Portland. Ore. Auruit 14—A. A. U. women's It#- yard swim. I-eke Hopataoav. It. J. A a rust It—A. A. U. wowwj'i eea lor 441-yard swim. Broad Ripper pool. Indiana polls. August 11 —A. A. TT. m#n*a aentor ttt-yard veto. Broad Ripper pool. India aapolla. dept. I —A. A. B. awn lor man's tit yard swim. Pittsburg. Pa. Aofsnt ??—P N. A. outdoor rwtm mtng championships. Victoria. B. C. SaffiaSlfiS Qxssm tar too .lack la Informing TW Alar Mar. Th.rxta; aighl regarding Um Um. Ih.r ha*. Ih.tr graoad. liMd ap for Aaaday pia;. Many «f Ike plajer* plan engagement, far Sen day and raaaet do m antU lata W the tin. foe Um gam. Isat pheaad la list for I'rMai'i paper. la eao. II la Imiiuwtblo la reoeh tho .p.i 1- Ing edUar hj ph.of lb. laf nwall a *mM be glrrai la tha .11 hang* gtrl end pi will ba fomrtit Kmxlay*" eamplata •<-he4afa fnflewa: El«nnu ummi »«. EcLart Cigar Oa at Walla Walla. Plrata. » Three Brssi* Ore Wtrtl Cuba at Columbia. ! Highland park tsl WasMsgtsa perk at Washington park. Collins Juniors ta Qauigatowa Cuba fat South H.etfla. Khimroi Cuba Ta. Qsaee Aasa Aarlala Wt Mercer. rtuidoga Ta. Jmiatna ax Teoft tewa. The »ats»m« sane kifm «M Catltne JaaW. and Um Tkraa Bras. Dye Wtrtu will Mt be ptoytl ■■!■■■ M afferta U»e MMilnv #f «tth«r team In the lee#aa. la rmae It hea te be l>leyed. H meet be pW«I tartof the week ef Inly t, Ml ike Uiulf meet alert July 1H The eebedete fnr July t IMWeiej Wa*hln*ton Perk wm. r ire tee at Wana Walla. G« or*et<r»m Cube ea Kfarmaa Oreeery at Walla Welle. ftulldfffa ra Bhemrea 4a CI at Weed land park. Thr*e Pmfhe* Dye Werke Oibe ea Hlvhl»n<l Perk at Highland perk. Collins Juniors vi K'kart Ulnar Oa. at Welle Welle. Quern Anae Aerlale ra Yavafatava at YouAfeteezv. The Temptewi tad CatSae larfer teame will meet la the ealr aeae billed fer July € at WaOa Wall*. TTmptrae wfH be furnished by The Wtar for tbs playoff faotee among tbs first four tee ma MIDDIES ARE FAVORED TO WIN REGATTA POCGHKKKPSIK, June 22.—The Navy crew w«« the favorite to win the national college regatta hora to day. California and Columbia war* doe to fight It out for aeoond place. Pennsylvania, Byraouaa and Cor nell aino entered crrwa. The race 1* over a three-mile course on the Hudwon. NEW YOBK, June 22.—Joe Lynch, worid'a bantamweight champion, knocked out Sammy ftandow her* la«t nlgMt In the flrat round of tlieir scheduled K-rouud g<t , TWre oaf tit Iti ho mw ml r«m frtlllan amiHii Ui* Juniors (or Ih. 111 .111. triiliM renter title. Jo. llt- ■ Inner of IV SUi Irunl pub Junior meet, Armaad Marin. and Aler Rum are muld and Ik* bwt hru lor lb* flaaia. The ■»»—» *f tht* JOB tor anal win fn to Victoria Ia plur In Um Intar national. Mit month for tha rlfht to go hut for tho notional tltio play. Tlm naa«tla Twisls eloh le tolrtns man ln Junior plajr llTery Tuaadar M.r'haJl Alloo plara praeueo int wtili Junior mo in her* at th, loeal elub and dora tha um> tlile« tor tho Taoama junior* arory Thursday. . Tho noaUte least that mal Worth to alar In Vaaeaavar oror tho weak en .1 wore Ml a bio to play Hcaaa. ml rata. Another otnnt to tmprav. trmlor star at tho Ineol elub la tho to.mlnf of Jun lora and amiior* In tlia mon a double. 10 iho Haottla T.anta club champiimahu.a thla week. No soulor aaJuUra at. al io* ad to team. Star Swim Committee to Confer Plans to Be Laid at Meet ing Monday for Second Annual Star Meet In order to start the bat] rotting for the organisation of the swim mers at the Seattle municipal bath ing beaches in preparation for the second annual Seattle Star city swimming meet. The Star's swim ming committee will he asked to meet at The Star Monday night at t p. nv Tht* committee consists at "Dad" Henry. Donald Vlcker* Earl Fry, Anna liorstei, Ix>n Evans and Nell Ellis. It to Important that every mem ber of this committee be present aa the organisation of the swimmers into team* is one of the most im portant phases of The Star meet. The entries fur the city meet win bo opmed about the —cond «Nk la July end will clone August I. The meet wi:i be held during the second week In August. There wUI be boys' and junior rrenta. a» well aa senior open, novire and handicap rwtma. Definite plans for the big meet will be laid at the meeting Monday and will be announced as soon as they are completed. The preliminaries wfTl be staged at Green Lake and Mt. Baker park with the finals taking place at the Crystal I'ooL AMERICA WINS POLO CUP TODAY mna.INC.HAM. Kng. June ll.— America won ba«k the International polo cup bjr defeating the Krurllah team In the second game of the Inter national tournament here this after noon. The nrore wa* 10 to i. Hy winning the first (nuns with a rerord acore of 11 to 4, and defeating the ctip tioiders In the second battle, the series la ended, a third game not bring necessary under the cup rules. The cup aru taken away from America In 1514. The score by chnkker* United States ..111110 X—l 6 England OJOI I 0 t— I nummary. Individual tfoaJ* —Amer- ica, Hitchcock t, Btoddard i Webb 1. England, Wodehouua 3, I»ckctt 2. Tomklnaon t. Mo Underwear U "B.V. D." ' ftthoutthU Red Woven Laba? "StADt VON THK~ IQSJ9I RjTTAI I TftAM JR \/ATERIALS -/tj XVI of enduring ft VY! made In I V/J'our own mill* \ \ J from (elected cot» \ ton,andworkmai»- ll \ ship of acrupuloua I earemake"B.V.D." I U wear far beyond I Q what if fall to ex- I r_j v*"*» fl L "> V. D." SWn Iff L anmd crotch Unitm Swk» | I O V p " / T T r f taM The B.V.D. Company, N.T. » WintcJt CUd & Www?* ■* harlgy pAvidycm Motorcycles THE SEATTLE STAR Local Girl Leader in Golf Meet Phoebe Tidmarsh Turns in Card of 83 in Quali fying Round at Portland BT AJJCC C. BOSK ronn-ANT), June 11.—with a medxl round of tS, Phoebe Nell TVl maratu oT Bfalllt, eairily lad the large field of eutrantg In yexterduy's quali fying piny for the women's North went golf championship. Her cloee«t rival, Mm. Robert Qelletly, tho Van couver criuk, wait erven atrokea further oft The playing of Mix* Tltlmiir*h wait tho big feature of the >lay. and If she can keep up the mmf pure In the elimination matches. *be »ll) surely return horn" with titular honor*. Her only bail Ml p ram' nt the laM hole, wlifrt rhe registered an eight. Three oihrr player* from th« Heuttle Golf club, namely, Wury I<ee FVJirn. the club champion. Ilebecca A. Col Una an<l (tana K. r*>trm, landed In the select circle, a* al.*o did the two Jefferson park ntar*<. Mra. K. V. Jotkaon and Mr*. IL b. Vouns. DRAW row I IN VI. IUHND The drnw for the ftrwt iwnrt, with lyestrrdny's •corm, 1* an follow*: Ml** I". N Tulmarsh I*3) vk. Mr*. I*. K»'rr («*»; Mr*. M. B Keglry (101) vs. Mr*. \V. J. J"attrrson (94); Mr*. K. A. Wheeler <»T> v*. Mr*. E. Kay (10*); Mr*. H I> Young <»S> ▼». Ml** M. I* Klrkrn <931. Mr*. R. Cttrran (94) v*. Mr*. C T Thomaa <»9); Mlk» R. A Chill n* (103) vs. Mi** O. K Twler* I»7): Mr*. 1' r. Jackson va. Mr* T Kerr (101); Mra C. W. Howard (»») «■. Mr*. R. OcUetly OOi CAIJKOKNIAM I.OSKS IIIT In the ftrat lound matches tar Hie nmatmir title, played yesterday. Jack Neville, the only Callfornlan to qualify, went down U> defeat in his ml* with I>r. O. F. Willing. Hon Strln, Clark Spelrs and Dr. f) 11. Houston won their maichea In ejigy fashion but Jack llalllnger and lluro ILiakors fell by the wayside The results were aa follows; Wll helm beat C.elletly, 4 and >1 Smith beat Kiiy. 4 and »; Schmidt beat Mo- Cool. & and 4, Speirs best Gardiner. I and 7; Vonelm beat Maakon.i. 4 and J, Wostland beat H*lllnger. I up; Wall boat TutUe. » up; Stein be«t Wilson, i and 3; Kgnn beat Rntgg. I and I: Standifcr beat Straight, « and &; Neustadtsr bej»t Bone, I and 1; Cirlswold beat Martin. 7 and ». Watson bent Wilder. « and 5: Hous ton beat Nice!, i and 4. M.ican beat Pidgeon, & and i; Willing boot Nev ille, 4 and S. WAVKHIJCT WINS DAVIS CfP The Wavtrtar team drfeated the Portland team by • op In the Pari* c4q final* today, whan Htandlfer and Smith bented Frlarold and Nlcol by three hole. and K(r»n and Willing took nix from Wlthelm end Kay. The playing of Willing ww tha only bright upot In the exhibition. In the men's handicap champion ■hip Seattle chantwa are now raduod to four. R. R. Mark Icy Inning hla flrat round mutch yeaterday by one hole. Vancouver'. hop»a In the • ma teur fight were blarted yi-aterday when rt' b Bone, Mike flarUniT and B*>h Gelletly were defeated. Mies Tidmarah . medal ecora wan US. til. 6M—4l; 631, J35, HI—U —SI WKTRJI nM TOI'OH MATCH Clark Rpelra haa a Mg on hla hn mil today when be will ba pitted ag.ilrut Heinle Schmidt, the Aber deen atar. Roth player* are IB form. gallerl". followed the Davla cup p!ay but their preaence needed to have It* effect on the plnj-era, aapaclrlly o« the patting grecna. Many abort onea were mtaaed. 11. K. Dent. L. Cunningham. A. Stuart and W. T. Foeter, all erf Se attle, .urvlved their Oral round mutchca In the imn'i handicap cham pionship played on tha Portland Golf club link* yeaterday. your /oil- IgpS pfla Beauty gSg FVotedion Ifo Retains fcKJ tnedelicalflggH taste of PisSa sensitive SfH tobaccos* firal L. Marks RSflj a Col Inc. ml Distributors vS | □ Thjp Cigar J'LJ tnroit 10' Yale and Harvard Crews to Battle Friday in Classic Tale and llarvard will stage their annunl rowing elaiotc on the Thames rW«ir at New Lon don, Conn, Friday. Harvard* crew la fuvorad to win. Whether or not Cian-h duy Nick All* of the Vale crew return* to conch the Blue oarumen next year, depend* upon the showing of the Tale men Friday. Ill* crew hasn't been going very well In competi tion thi* year. iSg THs Hmtmmm wa# fl»« H—WW •wtrtoJ* mtm smkm fMlsrdar, lass, W4r«l sad (Wi>cks« all 4«lnf f+tmuut lerilrs. Um pntlc«f down m drt*i» fram Nam Crawford's bsl Lkat • h • Ufa asirr. I.ane was etiargeg wtth aa error fa the ofn. U.I kdh vhia lis dropped Hlaaur fir In th« ninth. But th« £*n was hit hnrd and larc had to rout* In »n It fut, u It >u a low hit bill Aftnr Bnma of th* me»ut arorln*. giving hit* on mm* Infla'd cliatirea, w« thought l-afii* ahould uut hart Ulan cJuusm! with an error. Oaear (haimaa* swung a n«s las in TMterday, making out a double and a •lag la. AraaM Mtaate laaka Bka o out fcßgeavad aatfteMw. Tha yaang Aagel fly-etwee eo*m a lot <3 ground and Is Ml; ipwdy. He looked good at til* pint# rfalerdar. rrwhlni a dostilr iiilmt the right field feare la Ute fanrUi. BUly Lane rava the bays an ortifM (ton »f aoma r«NU throwing Ln tha third whan he fiitiht Crawford's fir agalnat ih» rinht fiald wall a>«l turn wtngrd the onion all tha war tn h«<m« piaia in the air. t'mptra rtrrou cairhlng tha hall with nna band tike a regular Trla Sfwaknr. Hyron waa behind tha Plata, by tha war. and mad« aa rt.jfh noiaa an avar, whUe J luuh/ Tamaa affiAaiaU on tba baaaa roirstegtiam roaehed ftrat base a»ai > ttma yeatarday, walking and gattlnf a Ufa on /.aider's error ail J banging out a dotxbia aua alngla. Tagtii Rafabaet hat rrae* ToMn an tied up tfl a knot at tha plate. Thrna tinnw, alia man oa laai, Kraak puppad out. "M* ■ meter. laa Aagwtae kaaa, to striatal feam a aara lag, aa4 he itarta4 Tender's una. hut ga«a war I* Tamil before liu gama bad gacta tary fee. BrVtr Ktdra4 did anieetfitng be uMam dnna whan ha stn»ek out in tha third Rntahart thraw a fast hook on tha tn alda for the third atrlka aod lirie.it n.aeehad to tha hanrh a/tar '»*■g a tarrlbla etit at tha baiL BROADWAY STAR IS WITH TACOMA Spencer Harris, the hard hitting Br.adway high school first baseman during the season just closed, has been sign*) by the Trice ma Tigers of the P. 1. luiKue. He Is pitying right field for the flengalSL Harris was rated as one of the most nat ural hitters ever turned out by the local prep hague. lie hits and throws lefUtarult-d. fve tried wflm ate/ \ but give JUG a Camel Tin through experimenting:. No more switching. No more trying this and that. It's Camels for me —every time. They're so refreshing! So smoothl So mellow mild! Why? The answer is Camels exclusive expert blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. There's nothing like it. r?) r/TL No other cigarette yon can buy gives you the real sure enough, all-day satisfaction that comes from the Camel blend. Camel is the quality cigarette. Give Camels a tryout. . Buy a pack today. Get your in formation first hand. You'll tie to Camels, too. -fM 1 bSJ 1 -aaatw Punch Is Holding Tribe Up Seattle Pounds Out Win Over Los Angeles, Aft er Tossing Game Away BT I .HO. 1L IA9BKN Seattle'* wonderful attack la keep ing the Indiana In tho race tor the Coast liague bunting. Thla waa agratn y» terday when tha locala pulled out a win oVer Loo Angeleo In tho Orot poe of tho series after aoma goofy Infield work had nearly handed the tame to the vtsltara. Tho final taily araa I to i Right down tho Bno tho hoys wore gmacklng the pellet to an corner* of tha lot. Billy L*ne led the tribe with four sing lea out of five trtpa to tha plate. HOW THET HIT Bates connected for two single* Eldred for * elngle, Kenworthy for three singles, Cunningham a gtngle and double and Pc.borr three singles. Schorr wag tha real hitting atar, hutting In three runs. We »tlll contend that If the Seat tle infield P> rked up hi tta defense there wouldn't be tu; stopping this Kane. In the aroond frame ye*tterdsy Ratea dropped a toes from Stumpf that (five Welder life and Stansge followed with a double, scoring Kol lle. In th« fifth Cooper was on third and Urlggn on second with one away. Nlehoff hit to W lateral I who didn't bluff hla throw lon# enough before shooting to first. Cooper started for home and beat Hate*' return by a couple of city blocks. And then Hunky Schorr injected a wild pitch that scored Cirlgga. HF.ATTIK TAKES IJCAD AGAIN K. attle took the lead fa the last half of the seoond by scoring two run* on a hit by Ken worthy, a walk to Cunningham. Htumpfs sacrifice and Sthorr's timely slngta. The visitors evened It op to the third when Schorr loet control, walk ing Staata and Griggs, Crawford scoring the former with a single. Seattle came hock in front Ln the fourth on Cunningham's doable to the right Arid fence, Stumpf's racrl flcs and Schorr's seaond timely hit. BKATTIJ? WINS IN BKVKNTU The visitors added Oietr M paJr io the fifth while Seattle won out In the seventh by counting another ■luet on fire singles and Wlatcrxll'a sacrifice. lane and natea scoring. Art Kelnhart, the young I>oe An geles southpaw, looked fair at times, but he was hit mighty hard, as the ■core will IndUaxa. Schorr pitched w«ll most of the way but had sev i eral wobbly momenta. The Statistics Urn Annl.l ia R. H. FU. *. r. af .4 1 1 1 1 ♦ Mo.tolay, aa ...... 4 * I < I • KllltfaT. If l«44t* Ik I 1 1 II 4 4 Crawford, rf I * 1 1 t • Wlahaff, lb ...... 4 • * I * * B'lllir. Ik ....... 4 I • • > 1 »IMW. 4 ....... 4 • I I I • Ralnhart. p I • t • * • Carroll, If 41111* •HoCmka i 1 * * * * • Tvtat* ___.ll 4 I t« II 1 ■'attla— AH R. 11. PO. A. a Uw rf T 114 4*l Wlaursll. Ik ._. I * * • I 4 Ik 4 1 I T • 1 Rldrad. af 4*lll* Kanwortbr, Ik ... 4 1 I * 1 » Cuanlnirham. it.. • i t I * * Stompf. m I * * I I * Tobln. • ... 4 * 4 I I I Schorr, r « 4 I » I * TaUla I 11 rf I I •Ra'tad f»r Ralnhart In ninth l« Anr*lM * I I 4 1 * * * *— « Riu I i I » t I « * l— • Maui* « t * 1 * * : * • r, Hit *—ll Bummary: fftrark out- Hy Schorr I. bf Ralnhart ». Itaaaa an balla—Off Schorr I. off Ttrlnhart I Tw> baaa hlta Mr- Aulcy, gtanara, Stata, Cnnnlngham l>iwl bla w'mr- Rain/tart ta Nlahoff to flf* r» Karrlflra Mta miunpf t. BcAnicy. Oaw fori. W lateral! Wild pitch Schorr Rup« rrap-inalbla fbr ''chorr 3 Halnhart V Tlma of a*ma j houra. Cmpiraa— Uf ron And Toman. rinnc raur iicinra W«. I.aat. 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RATIONAL IJtAOTI Wo*. ls*tL M TlTfUmn tt II ,|Tt Mow York II 21 .111 floutnn tl !l ,|«4 ft l.mil* •• }% Brooklyn !l St .ITS irmgn . . 14 tt .431 «"in'-inn«tt ...... ?l 14 .4t4 Iphla If 11 .121 Ut Lrali IT-1. Chic*gt> I I ncMrtAfi 11. ?€®w T«rk I. BwkJyn «. rblladalphlt i BROMEO TO BOX SHADE FRIDAY Kid Bremen, of B*ll Ukn. who I held Trarle Parts to a draw In j Alierdcen the other nlgrht, will box IKive Shade 10 round* at Portland Friday nlirht. Hob Harper meets! WlUle St- Claire and Joe Gorman aJid Weldon Wins on the same ' card. i PAGE 9 Clever Men Head Mitt Show Here Bert Forbes and Morgan Jones Headline Pavil ion Smoker Tonight OR the bays «t» Uke clever bas ing, tonlrht'i beadllriar at th« Pavilion ought ta 'em, with B»-.rt Forbea, Sft jl> lie mimic art "at. And Morgan Jocto. the prtz* of Chet Mcla tyre't ■t a b I«, meeting in tb* tour round main event. Jonas has a record of nvrer fng lout a dedalon, which U mw thing to bra« about, u h« hu met mm* rood men. Including Jo* Gor man. Fortes Is ssJd to be hfttlng hard er tn his recent bouts. Bert always was pretty clover, but the old kick was mlxßlng. Frank!# fingers, wt» has sti uefc a winning gait, should hare no trouble beating Soldier Woods la the eemlwtndup If they fight as usual, as lingers made a boob oat of Woods at a aliow at the Armory last winter. Two old playmates get together In the special event when Bed Gags and Woyd Madden tanglo. They al ways put up a good fight whea they mix and another good scrap should be In order tonight. Bill Bethel, be ef the kivety# file, meets a new heavyweight la Sam Brock, of Tacrona. Bethel, whs has ehown a world of g&meness A his bouts here. Is gaining experi ence and Will SOCin be malting >sag all travel. In the opening boot Battling Raa and Toung Harry Wills, the duet of preliminary boys who put up » great scrap at Clay Kite's elofe night show last week, are down for a return bout In the opener tonight. LOCAL GRID STAR TO COACH PREPS Walter Herri ad. former Pullmui football star, will coach the Aberdeen high school squad this fall. The hie fellow has been appointed athletic director at the Grays Harbor school to succeed Harry Craig. Before go* Ins to Pullman. where he played la the line. Hcrried starred at T high school here. * BASEBALL PACIFIC CO AWT UUGIH TOOAT LOS AWGEI.B* VS. SEAPTUi Called at Si4B P. M. Reserved Seats at SIM AfcMi PHOJTE WAII SMI Take Paarth Ave. Cars ta Park.