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Bees Are | Upsetting Ball Dope fait Lake Takes Another From Tribe When Indi ans Fail in Pinches B "V I.KO H. LAJMKN AVVT c n A. VATIPB BaM lAkp BrM »r» Wmx-klriK S<mt tte'» puna (or • j drtvc on flrwt ; plac* for a row i of ko*>« Uilk : » Th» fUlts ' •niwxfd thru i third win In four «t»rt« from th» tnb* y»»t*r J-vy, kluktnx in with a 4 to S victory. t\ S attie fi»r from good ha.t«< f bali yesterday. a and the failure of fhs ' l«en!a to hit in'the pinches coat th«m the bait cunf. | Lane walked and Mlddleton and Bate* bunted safely In the first frame. Kenworthy hit to deep short mn<l wax safe. L*ne scoring. But XVistenul hit Into a double play on <he next chance. Patterson walked, filling the bases again, but See filed IK Two men reached first with one MEtit for Seattle In the second, but the flfeiccb wasn't there. nfeLl. BASKS Seattle filled the bases In the third bid Walter Ijeeerens. on tha hilt for Mbe yisitora, walked Adam*, forcing 1 But that ended the acor- QI Seattle threatened In tha eighth, Hhen Adama opened with a double Mp»d soored when Bin Stumpf cum a Lftru with a single when he batted ttr Elmer Jacobs. Lane filed out Ipiid Boxy Mlddleton fanned without ynfertng at tha third strike. Bates [Sinsled but Kenworthy wag an in out. l| Wlsterxll singled In the nh»fh for •tarter. but the next three were Kauts W Seattle made 1* £!t* off J and he walked MX during the mat I taee. which shows how he fllvvered ill the pinches. Ws TAIXT J Halt Lake scored a pair In tha se®. Ind. Strand beat out a hit to Pat fcraon. Byler singled to renter and j tfkdd "ton gummed up the bingl« | Strand scoring and Byler going ?n I second. Then Leverenx hit to left | field and Lane let It drop *tfe. no body knowing why. the hit going for [* *J-o bases and By let scoring. There MRre two outs at the tlm» and there L£, no reason for not trying for tha Hlk He had plenty of time and to spear the ball. |Vytie 8* lis broke thru again In the but earned their run, Sands IJjCung and Cravath scoring him HBhi a bullet single. fourth and winning run was a Rptt pure and wopl" for tha ylsitors [jVith one away, Edwards hit to iBNl"" I"' 1 Jacobs went over to first cover. and Instead of throwing the llall to Jake. Bates stood still for a fEonvnt and thea tried to beat Kd •ard-s there, but tha eUrttor was safe uwerenz followed with an honest < Xjir'e to center. Then Jarobs lost Entxol and walked BlgUn and ftinds I b succession, forcing in Edwards. I W Jacobs pitched just an average I §■" hurting well In spots, and look I Kg bad at other times. ■ She trfca will have to show more l|| n they expect to win the aeries rjfrorc the Bees. Patterson goes Intli. AT 3UOBT r ,*nie ahl"' w g Itffat flf Ih* J* - l a atUe team r«tcnUj w»* the IfflnU w«rt »» short- Wjl , by Bill P*lter*«i. Thli [ wmrtM' in *b*»iii( th»t Imi hi |3BnHTi! fl**b lnltap»M» WmpSLk* at he In turning in grrjU [ , (kWn( work every day. lie 3| do HtfUiittt >t the P'*" > 1 rnlmb)■. and U he <"> on 1 * fit prrk np In bio hit One » bit tbrr* If won t be an) body keeping lilra PI out of a J«t>. ItIER IS Jn«rki> The Bees *r* weakened consider Obly by Injuries. Yesterday "Butcb" Wjifcr. who has been catch In* good Sill for the L'tahans wis put -m the I Kcir when he stopped a pitch with 2> . throwing hand. Lynn and Jen fcirm, the other Salt Lake catch*#*, Jire also laid up with injuries. gji>|n!e Sands got his throwing hand the way of a hot grounder from Kt*ea' bat late hi Thursday's game mi d It bothered him considerably. Ji >e Wilboit, who was hitting the a>ll at a good rate for the Mor m-ns Is out with a Charley horse, wlilie Charley Jourdan, their regular first sarker, has a bum aokle. ■BICI.S IOOKF.It DBKII TIH RMDAT Pftir Krmncls, who was knocked the box In the second In .. ning of Wednesday's game by the Ite<M, harii-d the ninth frutne Thursday and looked fine. He fanned day and and got Lrvt-rrnz on an Infl'lil out. IJIWIS IS f M.I. HAWK W Duffy Lewis, the big league vet- now playing left field for the Sift. ' Lak* team. Is a regular ball awk. He makea hard catch en look m»f. He checked In with a pretty Xnhing catch of Itod Murphy's rtar< fly bi»'k of the Infield In the ninth inning when a hit would have <1 a lot of trouble. He aleo 0i .de a nice play on I'atterson's long tit to deep left a few minute* |,r i>re. There are a lot worse fly ajajfrre in the big show right now this sfUT'e l.ewis. Luffy w.ui Bering amok ad glasses Thursday K|d the sun didn't, bother him like ■ did the day before when several Hes dropped for hlta In frftnt of Kis which wera 1»» in the sun * THE WORLD OF SPORTS Harris Started Young Enough Spencer Harris, the Seattle high school baseball star, trho is now the property of the Philadelphia Athletics, certainly started young enough. This is young Harris stringing a "mace" when he was 3 years old. Harris began playing baseball at the Summit grammar I school here a few years ago and theit played thtce seasons at Broadway high school. He is with the Ta coma International league now. He wait purchased by Seattle and then turned over to tjie Athletics. Harris is a southpaw hitter and shows a lot of promise. He still needs experience. He will probably be farmfd out for a, season or two to some big minor by the Quaker City team. The Statistics •ait !.«*•— Ak H. H. It). A. hi tutlln. I* I*l * 1 * !<«0<1. M I 1 I • • • Craesia. rt ..... < • l I * * Brvwo. Ik 14 4*4* i.«wia. ir « e * t e * mnij. <f * i i i • • <•». Ik 4 * * * * * Brie*, c 1 I i I t * 9 « • 1 • 1 • K4»*x«*. • ...... | 1 I « • • Totals ....... II « I !» it • Sa*lO»— All. R. H Pi) A. K Uu>*. if * J I • • S Mmai.i.o, ct .... t * i » • i ! Hates, lb I » I It • * Kenwnrtkr. Jk .. * 1 J I * • Wtat«rsil. lb « • 1 • 4 * »-»LUf»-«. «• ISSI4* ex rt 1 * * I • * A,leans, a ...1 1 I 1 1 * •facibs, 9 1 • • * 1 * •fpsater 1 * * * * * M'jrphy. rt .. I * • • * * rstiuspf .... l • i * * * IKidj.d *••*•• Total* ...... .M t IS ff 14 1 *Batt«4 for Bm in oevtath. * f Bailed fur Jacofeo in tifhilL I Kan for Htumpf in eight**. Soore bf loiiflfi: * Hall L*aka » t I I M t I I- ( Hlta 1 2 2 4 • 4 1 4 • B float ra I I 1 I M I 1 • 1 Hit# I 1 1 1 l o 1 J i—ti Kummary fttriuk •iti—Bjr francii 2. by Urmos 2. Baaoa on baJla—Off Ja«'>i»« I. off T,o**rena 4. Two-oaao hlta |—L*oorona» Bate*. Adama Thr*»-ha*« i hit—Hand. iH/uhia p ay*—Brown to Byler to Oay, K unworthy ti> Adorn* | Hacriflco hlta—Hand. Brovn, Paiteraoo Inmnga pitched—By i. run* 4 hit* f, at bat St. ftuao rtapnoalM* far— I Jacobo a, Uv«r«m I. Charga d*f»at to Jacoha Tim* of faroo— 2 09. Cooplroo— Ph>lo and Eaaon. TAcmc coajtt ij-Anrn W on. 1/iit Pd. aan rrw»ri»« IS 4* .424 tta< — . 11 17 .i«i HoatCa 71 S4 .lit Oakiar d 74 t7 lii I/O* Anc«laa «l Li Ml Varnon 41 4S .121 finJl iJkkm ............ 47 44 .S7o i'urtla&d II »| .24# XATIOXAI, I KAfil'R Won. I/.«t Pot ;f*ttr»h Ijff 47 24 .41) | Now York 41 41 .41; I tout on bf 43 .474 Brooklyn ........... M . 17 &* .bSS at. Ijn',lo li 12 (.0) i' "lnrir.na»l «... .. 47 4t 4t: ? Chicago 44 43 .411 fkilad'ilphio II 72 .101 Ft rot Gamo— 11. H. K Chicago I 11 o I'irtahttrg 7 II 4 Batterl«i: Klllifar; Zinn and flrottab. Rlova in ningi Harond Oama— K. IT. F '•hltajro 4 10 4 Plttahurg I 14 0 Battarlao: Martin and OTarroll, Klßi for; /Ann and Brott'm. •cora— It. H. R Philadelphia ..1 4 l Boston .... ... J 4 lialtvrlfa: kf»ndow4 and Rruggy, M Wulilan and O'Nolll. Ten inninga IHr*t f)a ma— R. Tf. F. Rro*»klyn .-. .... M .. . M . .. . 4 14 I | Now fork 3 10 4 Battortao: R»uth*r. Fchupp Hrnitti ar-1 Miller; Kyan. «h#a and hnyd"r Uarno— ft. H. K Brooklyn ...» a* ••«...«.... 4 17 0 Now York 4 17 I Batteries* Vflljua, Kmlth and Kmeger. Miller; Rarnea, Halloo, Tonoy and Hny*U\r. Thirteen Innlnfa The IL H. Vi Cincinnati . M .. I f 1 St. Ltfnjla 1 9 S Battorleo: Rltoy and Win go; Oogk. Bailey, North and Bllho^fcr AVI |.lll< ,%.N I KAOIR Won. \a> ot. Prt. Sew York 44 3» .422 Cleveland ft 41 .417 Washington ) f» • .633 Pt f .on I a U r.4 44 4 Detroit II f.7 .472 Hoot OB 4» 1.4 .447 Chicago . ... 44 «0 434 Fhlladelphla 40 07 .174 The ocoro— R I! F M"w York .. M .. 7 11 0 Philadelphia . I 10 • Batterl*«- Hhuwkoy and K'-.haAff, Uaaty, Kaafa, Froarnaa and Parklna. SEALS OUT-HIT BUT WIN TILT OAKLAND. Aug II.—A home run by Klllson In th* ninth Inning her» yesterday won the gum* for San Kranrteco. Th* score waa 10. Lm Angelea made eight hlta while HiiKhw held the winner* down to thrw blnnlxa, Th» n. n. » H. ft t rtii' # .............. I i«o« All|*l«« . . • I • niit»rlM Couch as 4 T*lt«; t<ufh«« U4 VtMtl*- SACS MAKE IT THREE STRAIGHT PORTLAND. Auc. 13.—Salman to mada It thr*o In a row affaJmtt tha 1 M*v#»nr hfrt y«»*t*riUy. taking th* tilt a/t*r a protty ninth inutn* | rally by a 2 2 acora. The «c«r»- ''H If. K Awram*»to . 11l Portland fit R*jt*rteo: pernor aad Cook; Oilman and Flaher. KRAUSE ALLOWS BUT TWO HITS f/>fl ANGELES. Auf. 12.—Krattar. pitching for Oakland, allowed Ver non but two hita whll* bio taain rnat«fi nwid* 11 hit* and four runa. Vrrnon made ono run. Th# »ey»ra— R. ft. K o«klu4 « 11 I V«mon 11l Hatterl#* Krii M and Eo*hl»r flhal- Imlitflli and Murphf BASKBALL today Pitinn c«a»t i.nA«n« Salt Lake v». Seattle Gamo f'allrd t:4A f. M. Rftrrvrd **enta at SISfl Arrmdo rifo\K mai* aooi Tnka WmmriU Art. Cora to Park 4^ Ton expert fnfl satisfaction In the purchase of a pip*. TTils expectation U fully rcoiiznl when the pip* la a Marce* Us Luie Italian Ilrl.u*. It Is built for th* particu lar pipe smoker. Spring Cigar Co., Inc. 70< Kimt Av*. 910 Sccoiml Am 1408 Kmirlh An 4IK I'ike SI. 9 9 ** 2—m—m—mmmrn/ Harl»y-D>yidyqi\ Motorcycles THE SEATTT.E ST ATI Y.W.C. A. Swimmers Register Girl Team Enters Star Meet; Entries Coming in Faster Now Ip NTH IKS fur Tha Htar awlmmlng -i mwt to ba al.i*«l the latter part of thin month ar« trngtiming to flood Into The Htar oftlca now. Another club entry eama In yea lerttay from Mr*. Anna lloratell of tha Y, W. C. A. Mm. Moratell la ona of tha Pity'* baat known awlin mine ln*tru< tor* and baa tha repu tatton for turn In* out girl Cham plona. Mm Itoratrll rntrrnl I*>l* lloworth, Helen lllghtow.r, '(Harm Nleklrk. I-oulaa Little and llcleo Gordon. Olrl awtmmera from the tvearhee and tank* about Heattla ahould fear Mra. Horetell* young protegee. Thay ara practicing daily In the big T W. C. A. umk and It la egpected that thay will make a good allowing againat tha different beach awtni men*. NO V. M. C. A. KNTI'.IBH To date nothing hna been heard from the V M. C. A. Whether or not Uia "T" eapecta to aend their atara Into The Htar meet la a raya tacy and many awlmmlng eiuhual una ara waiting anxiously to hear If they will enter. Tha We*t Seattle swimmer* «r* atlll allent and hava dr>ue nothlni to answer the rhaflenga fmm tha fake Washington a»id (iroen l.ake swimmer* U> compete In Tha Mtux meft "I**"!" Henry, director of tha meet, la giving almost all of hla llm* In (whlni swimmers and direr*. H* expect* to be out to (ha different beaches and at tha different tajik* early rie*t week with bMnks to sign up all likely looking awlmmera. NO KNTHY rr.K niAiMirn No entry fee la ehsnr*d for The St.ir meet. The entry blank* appear daily on this page und should be filled out and aeiit In to the abort ing editor of The Star. Tho enirloa close at ( p. m.. Aug ?#. Instead of • p. m. Aug, 11. aa previously art. The prellmlnarlea for tha meet will be sisgt-d at tha Madrona and Oreen L»k* aouth end bathing Iwach on Tuesday. August *3 and tha flnata In the Washington canal on Haturday afternoon. Au *u»t J"?. TRAVIE AND JOE WORK FOR FIGHT Tnvle T>*rt» end Joe !tl m nnlr(i, the welterweight* who he. u Jlln* the card at the Pavilion n»*t Tueedar nlKht, are both working hard for U>"lr go. The bout l« bdled for tha wetter weight championship of tha rout tha final bout of a aerlna of elimina tion fight*. Promoter Clay Iftta. who la irtaglng tha a how, la lining up a good aup porting card for the main event. Hue reajlir* that a trig houae will come out for a good ahow, and It la aaid that he'a doing hla beet to get a big houae. • BOSTONIANS FLOCK TO SEE BRAVES Hopee that Fred Mltrhelfa Ilrayea may gly* both the Plraie* and Olanta tha ba/ k wiuih before October have mnda ItoatoD a njai baaebail town again. •» v Ktuia are flocktng to the ball yard irke beea to a hive. A crowd of 10,000 gathered at the llravtw' field the otbtr day to aea the Mltchmen lone and win in a double diamond bill wltb the M. lx>ul* t.'nrdtnalg. That la the blgreaft baaeball a* aemblage they have had In Bean Town Klrwe the daya of Cleorga Stall- Inm* mlrnrle team of 1114. Itravea* field la the largeat baaet>al] plant in the world. It ww built after the Rtafttnr* won<ler team atartled the baaeball world eeven year* aco. Poor tea ma el nee then have never drawn ca pacity crowda. Lowest Price consistent with Good Tailoring $3O SUIT With Extra Pair Pants Many Rood patterns to choose from. i 304 Pike St. Star Swim Entry Blank t »m * mtmhm mf A. i- V> iM «rtaH t» «U» OM IMWvtac •'♦oil U Vl* kUf mwLmmtktis n>Mt mors BfBTTf nanoM jitjow in —ff 4MI eft - ni CfrM IfW) r»r lwjrt Un4«r 14 T#*H Qifl «r«fc<* . I ■■ U*ar4 «uh <tr— mtrU> rw n»r« it T*m *• jrtrl lul fllnfc ■■ ■ IHfM4 d*«h ' fr»* lyf >. , ■. , ... 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SEMI-FINAL NET PLAY SLATED FOR TODAY The arm! finals of lha Washington state Unnla tournament will b* pliiyrd lodiiy. Marshall Allan, of Me attia, la tha only local boy la/t in lb* piny In Lh« men'* single*. V r.vTKEI) AV» Ml »l ITH Mm'i Mad*»—M A nee Wat W Pur rlil, 4-1, ||.|| I W'mitftß kUI U VII ■ •*aa. I I. *•!; C '«f<!o«r but A. Rom. • ■I. I I; C. Illrkaer kMI W Taylor. 4 1, »-l, C Suable? la! A lliir*. »-l, (-1. Mm • lmM» J.vUMr and NUi-kaaf Nest l*»J«ure anrt /.elller, 4-1, Ml i|ar4- wr an* llklinfjr t«t Murd an* Brown. 4 1 • ; N .il.n «j,.l ll«.k»th t-.t AMI •a* Kiwhell. 11. » 4 Van At I .*» an* T*»lor Mi Kollaa u4 H»»kMh. »-t, »-*, *.3. WHaetetft aj>d Inirthaiu U«l Willi* a*4 Hrs»*>a. 4 1. 4-1. Wsnua'a Mailaa Mknna MarDnaal* 1 ■»a' Mwwaaa oviata 44. 41. Mario* Wlialal t»*ai stm* K«»rdln*. 4-1. 4 4 H iimai'* Itmhlm lira Hrss-ton ail* Maim* Ui'l>oMifl l-*«l M**m« Oreaa »hd H'tM, 4-1, 4-1; Mra. RoHiimm aaa Win wtioamn l«l Mmm Mrrar an* Pol'ark. » 4. 4.| Mite* ItMblm - Ml«a Whnlm an* llnkMk heal Miaa Maya* an* t.agar- Mr«m. s•*. *-*. 4 1; Mlaa Marf>*>eaJ4 an* HER ADVICE FOR DLLS IS TO LEARN SWIMMING NKW TORK. Ang. I!.—Bat. drink and be merry—but swim. This la the advice of Mlaa Rthelda Rlelbtray. tha worlds grealaat woman swimmer. In h»r home In Brooklyn aha 1a surrounded by swimming prizes from ail ovor th* world. The 1* year-old American gtH who haa made athlete* from Australia to Antwerp Take notion, aaya ahe eats what ahe wonta and whenever she la hungry. ••J don't dot. bat I dent taßw on* nhouM 'at too moeh *w"t etuff —unteaa It U» lea rrnun. Oh. I never get enough lea irmm. ! cat load* of It every da jr. . "I aleep at Ota very leaat eight houra, bat generally 10. "Itiit u for having any set rate* of Ufa—why-one domm't have to htn tham If one fxmt irwlm*. "Swimming la tha pralMt wii i»o --tiva of all physical and mental 111* In tha world. "You know I had rplnal trouble, and It ou predlrted 1 would ba a lifelong Invalid. Hut I took op arwtm mtng three yeara ago—and look at ma now"" It la Indeed "eaey to look at" illm Hlolbtrey. Tall. well-«haped. beautifully de- Say JOHN RUSKJN K* the next time you buy a cigar and you will learn what millions already •/-' > - know:—that John Rusldn is the equal f of any 2 for 25c. cigar,in taste, aroma > I;'-, workmanship and mildness. . The Havana Tobacco used is the choicest grown. Buy two John Rnaldnt today, , l the beat and biggest dear, at ■ 1 2 (or 15c. Tomorrow you'll I ' (f '**:• ■ buy more. H !•: SOLD BY UVB By W ? DEALERS EVERYWHERE. ScmßeScK ' * f§f|| L UrWIS CtnA * MANUf ACTUWNG CO. 8 *a.rylaU>a World. Ii (nham bral Mlm Kurd tfid Hurrlil. •I. •• 1» Mrt Hotrqu# mr.it W#lo*«*ln Mlaa mod Cofflu, 40, ft-7. I- L t Jmmlmr PH—tan A. MaH*a b*at W Unfll«, f-a. 7-IJ Jvhn Ffuctor b«tt Frad Coillna. I I, M, A. tioaa t»**U JL IToctur. I I, I I r«>»Ai'ii M niamj II M««IVmA)4 «i>4 !•- graham *» Mrs Robtnaon and WMtwood 1 o c!r>< k MarshnJl Alltl va |r»lr»f Mwim U&clkMUil va Myra Ualitk l» <»-Oardnar m CkirlM M avrna and Mra Mraidoo *a Miu llubop a/id Mm F+rd* las. I o'alack—MaHa« Wt>aat«*n ?& Rita M*r»r; Wtlniuia and In ft ah am va Vaniar T-*a and Tar » If . ».4-d lingua v« Bob R«yniM« flnata); Arrnond Marlon va Al*t <Junior flifetl) 4 a'elork Oardnar and H(|tknof r* Vtllaaaa and Waatwaai. Mlaa Whaalon and l!*ak*fh n winnar Maya* Mac Don* aid and Ingrahain va. Mra. Ilobloaon and H'rat wood 4 SI a Hor-b —Mr« flanrqna and W«1n» airtn ra Poliarb and A T*jrnor ft o'clock Mian Wkaaton and Mr* Hob- Inaon %a Mlaa FVaaW and Mra. Boyrqaa veloped. her handaoma fane crowned by a th.itrh ol bobbwl, blond hair. "Swimming doewn't cner-devalnp th* tnuadaa or maka them bulgy." oonUnuca Mlm plelbtrey. "Another thing, swimming doean't overtlre a lierann. After a good gwlm on* feels relaxed, refreahed. "I'm always on th* g»—1» th* theatres, danre*. morlea But I'd glre them all up If 1 had to chooaa between them and swimming." • OAKS SIGN INFIELDER Ifm ANOEI.E*. An* 11—Infield er Rcunx. of the Coalings ootlaw t«tun. haa been rlgned by Honue Mlt aa, captain of tha Oakland Pacific Coaat league team, according to an announcement made here yesterday. m* ef tha wwin Mgtxat getf >ww t-a»* been aanaaed tbla year by plarrr* uaieg tha dpalitliig 1» ball. Tha tttlaa wee are Amariran. Brttlah aid French »p»o. Brttlab anattir, BrlUeb and rrwiak watpfn'a Mil* loaglaa baa wee the Beet** laara tenata ahamplnaablp tha laat thraa tarn la eucrmalua. Har work la tbla reuatry a>Ul ba watered wltb great la. taraac flaal* la UM Junior and bayf •*«!• of ttio M Mhlrtftan tUUi i«a aj« UHirMd.Hit, l.nld on «»«rU tf lh« tXrit-Jk uluh, aa l«Jt« \\ mmh lug ton, nrrr U f|Mgftl to at t aVlock. Artnaiid Marliin, holilrr of Uw tlaU jualor title*, will defend hie li•oor* a«iUaat Alan Ruae, of Cadlforala. I« the h*ye' Minflea, ll'mtnl Ijmi«llm, Nemttle ally ri lontp. Mill play I lob lUrn«M«, tha Ta«K«ma lay who t»oa Ilia na-UuMl ma® 4 tl \ it tarla. Carl Oardaer reai-had tha •aml-ftnala In tha etata net meet yeetarday wb« he d'ff-a'wl al* i llode in tbe moat Interacting t«ia4'b of the da/ lUae put up a good driving tamo agalnat the %o4er*n. hut could not ociiua up to the vla«i a aid. Tha a*, ore aaa • -!, it. Mart** Whaales, tka O. at W. rfianpun far two afM Uia aim aha MiXml klw nMU lordlaf la alrallht Mia tl, •-«. liar tollr?lac aarpaa«nil Mlaa 1 «rd lag a la warr at tha |att« Irvlaf Walartain, of Call/orela, da. feaiad 1-orJo Villain vlUl apparantlr B<t aataaflinc Mraaait, n, II Thl» fuaJi/laa Waloataia for tba aata I-finals ltamk Allan waa ta meet Irvla* Walaalrla la tha aaanl-flaaia af Uaa nai'i >la(ln today at I a'riork. Iha wtaarr will meal tha wtaear of tka (mrdMf Mlrhaar uialtb, the las fallforniaaa imiimlm to tha allur kraakat, la tha final*. Bill Taylor ant Dick Vssdar lAa fl• 'aaud Vruaa Haakath and liui Noliui la a el>«alr rootaatad mai<-h raatardar. a/tar lhr<to torrid aau, l-T, I I. I-]. Nciian ani Haaketb saamad to hare tka match wall la hand aftar taking tha first art, tut thatr nppononta cam* back and copied tha naat twa. Almost ail tka fataas • ara druca. Oai da m aad Mkkarr waa twa doahlaa aaalahas iwUrlar, aad look prattj aliaal far tha flaala Thar work wall lofWhar, aad play aaach tha aw>a atria of taaa. Babe Ruth Drives Out 43rd Homer in Yesterday's Game PHILADELPHIA, An*. 11.— Pabe Ruth drove out hi* 43rd home run of the Munn here yes trrdiiy. helping the Yanks to a 7J victory. The circuit clout came In the fourth Inning. Houston dog liaitoi hare organ Izcd a kennel aaaoclatioo. Ma Certl MM, Ika British and Trmmrh »«lf rkwpMn. win plar in Ut* wall—a I waanm't tarn*? la thia ■ ssai j la KifHoter. II will be lur ftrrt WMnuM la ikli MUlrr aad mmmr «atka»iarte Mini Mtas W»r llag. pr»—l Ulle b<M* will defeat toe larH|i Mar If Ibey rlaeU. Wat has beae start—l aa Me railed gm-wUam (idl risk links a* VMwla. B. C. II Is rrp*rU* IWI Um warn will he ia»s|il»«»d la Urn* la allow Ike rlab ai ■>!!■ (a play •arlf la Marrk. In Seattle's Low-Rent District" «. Men Who Are Judges of Clothing are urged to visit this store and inspect oar bargain offerings in men's and young men's SUITS AT # SOQ-SO sq Q.so 4 v and v v They will find in these clothes a superiority of quality, tailoring and style far beyond what would be expected at these prices. The way to prove it is to make comparisons. We have just received a large shipment of famous "Aerovento" Ventilated Raincoats which provide Topcoat style with Raincoat utility and comfort i $35 to $5O SnXNEReWOLTF that are different *9lO Si?coiv& ~Au<£ PAGE IT Multnomah Lining Up Grid Team Galaxy of Stars Signed to Play With the Portland Athletic Club ThU Fall BY TOM TITHAT look I on paper to be the TV club gridiron tMm In the United Htatea bu been lined up br the Multnomah Athletic club, at l«orllajid, for tha coming ruon Hill ftleera, the (rent i:niveralty of Oregon quarterba/k, will play Iha aame poaltion for tha "Winged M" next fail. Tha UnlTemlty of Oregon atari who have signed to plajr wltb Malt' nomih are: Vlnoaot Jncoberger, Krancla Jacoberger, fjlan Auileracn. Carl Matuz and JJill Holden. OTHKR NTAKB TO JOIN Kric Hauaer, former Pailmouth irtar, bJko will be out. Clipper Smith, of Notra Datne, and Paul WapaU of Willamette. alao will don the plf skins for the Portland club. Ted Foulk. 1920 Washington tain, will plnjr one of the en da. Thece college stars are oat/ tMV tiona to the regular team. All at th* regular "Winged M" football plajrera will be out, too! Multnomah made an effort to cure the arrrtoea of R L. Mnthewa, aaßlatant football coach at tha Uni versity of Washington. WANTKI) MATMKWS Harry Fischer. wtio la In charts Of tha football committee at Multno mah, had the following to say r«(u4> lotr the coach: "The man we wanted for oouk vu R L. Malhewa. formerly BM» rat athletic mentor at We rate him aa one of tha beat coarhea In the country. Wo wanted htm becauae he la an *JI-aroug4, coach. The nalary we offered him via met by the fnhrensity of Wuh-| Inptnn, and he elected to remain IB' Seattle." Multnomah's schedula calls for gtunee wltb the beat college and c'uh teams In the West.- Two |toea are billed with the Dnlveraity of Oregon. The Olympic club, of Ban Francisco, with many U. of C.. Stanford as 4 U. R. O. grid atara In the lineup, wil oppoee the Portland club tram. AMATEUR SHOW BILLED TODAKt Ten bouts have been lined np Promoter Clay Hite for hia regulg# Friday night amateur boxing »ho»S to be ataged at the Pavilion Fifty and 76 cente admission will Ml charged. The first bout gets under way at I p. n.