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nnHH'Min BfAsa Irae&iE) DENNY FIELD is certain ly an improvement ever the Coast league ball park for high school football games. The prep teams used the old University field for the first time yesterdsy, and while the surface was rather thick with dust because of the recent dry weather it wil certainly give the prep gridders a bet ter field. The ball park is grass-covered snd slopes from one «oal to another so that! the teams take turns going up and down hill. The high schools are fortunate in be ing able to move in on a field of Denny's caliber. BILL BROWN and Charley Hu len Win be rrady to open their mw billiard parlor In the old Hoom hail at Second ava. and Seneca street within the next few days. Tha ret arm billiard man heve a nifty lay out now with packet billiards and English billiards on tha second floor and with tha American billiard tablsa on tha third floor. NEW YORK Jockey elub revokes lice nee af "Buddy " Enaor. one of tha best performing Jockeys of 1119 and expected ta be tha gtar of |M tracks hi 11X1. Enaor permitted hla taste for "high life" t« cat In ahead of his business of riding horaee. And as a result tha blue envelope cuts bin off In his biggest and beat year. Mme ilmaa tha aid Job soems sour. But If wa try ta mix It with the "high Ufe." It's bound to eurdle. Juat as true la your own Job as In tiding horaee or cutting up an lie* la the aortas. ACCORDINO ta Allen Muhr. Preach assistant nan miliary. Pari* la planning the greatest stadi um ever tor tha IM4 Olympic games Muhr Is In this country on a tour af Inspection of Ame dean athletic field* Tha Paris gtaAm will ha made e( « eertea of emaller stadiums, all within we east amphitheater, la One section Mil be ooadueted the track and field areata, another wtO take cava of inuMUti and gWMS, and a third win hold tha tennis, swtaunlag and basing content* This will avoid tha crowdlag of .areata and the spsctalora may wtt- Msa any apeclal event they are In terested In without sitting out the aatlre program. VTWS Cleveland Qua dot holds I 1 •boot ia the form of a basis* twrnuml. Contestants wttk t , Mark of H par cant or batter are riwiad aa heavyweights. and othar classes. grading down, ara middle weights and lightaretghta. High guns ta each class ara prise winners. * Now U IBBHWI would only eon ~4wt a boxing match la tha form of °a run club, and pat rifles la tha .hands of tha contendega, Maybe -wa d aaa a raaj battle. a mcx RICKARD aaaouaeaa heU X ata«a a "battle" next summer ba ... twaaa Dempeey and OT Man Wlllard, probably July 1 at Jersey City. ' Richard, you'll remember, put on - tha "Settle af Censure" hatwaaa WU "aon and Downey la tha mim place. Z, "Bout all you can sajv for Ta* la -4hat ha gtvas you a ehanea to ooom up for atr hatwaaa times. VTIAt ALTKOCX. tha teams baaa >*• ball laoghmaker, Baa ri»aed a ..contract with tha AD-Star hnrloa -4<Anaof America, taappaar la dim comedy rolaa, accompanied by hla right-hand pester. A 1 Schacbt. Tha preceede of thaaa dim win go Into tha traaaury of tha serrtoe league and ha uaad to buy athlatic equipment for tha childraa In all parts of tha United Statea. This aqulpment will be distributed thru tha schools, playground aad various racreation committees. At tha recent National-American League game the service league gave away l,Nt baaeballa to Cleveland children, aa well aa MO bats, IH gloves and St masks. It's a good move. Everyone ought to boost. r'S an old adage: "Youth will ha served!" But it doesn't always hold good. Johnny Kilbane and Mike Gibbons In the fistic world. Pop Gears In the face game. Ty Cobb. Trls Speaker aad a doxen others In baseball, all taatify to tha fact that the brains of tha old masters ara still too cunning to permit the vigor of lounger blood to usurp them. mHE general Intercut In gymnaa- X tlca and outdoor sporta la be coming so great la Germany that the national commlaalon on physical exercise Is drawing to present to the reichstag for enacting a law providing for the compulsory gym nastic training of Its cKlaens. Altho Germane have always stood high In gymnasium work, they evi dently have learned from the Ameri can fighting spirit the benefit de rived from outdoor games. lACAt j GOI.FKRS WIN' rORTLAND. Oct. I.—By a mar gin of IS points the Seattle 20-man golf team defeated WaverleyV squad here Friday, winning the W. 7. Burns' trophy. ANOTHER SETUP »•* ""■» • »»"s» vr NEW YORK. Oct. I.'—Tommy Gibbons knocked out another setun here last night, stowing swsy Cliff Turner In .10 seconds. The following "Big Ten" college games are booked for today: Chicago vs. Purdue st Chicago. Minnesota vs. Northwestern at Minneapolis. lowa vs. Notre Dame at lowa City. Illinois vs. South Dakota at Urbana. Ohio State v*. Oberila at Co tumbua. Frank Frisch Is Real Star Giant Third Sacker Show* Way for Hitters; Arnold Statz Shows Great Promise; Final Baseball Here Sunday BY LEO H. LASSEN RANK FRISCH. the young collegian playing third base for the New York Giants in the baseball clsssic with the Yankees, is proving himself to be one of the greatest ball ptsyers thst ever took part in the snnual clsssic by his work in the first three gsmes. Frisch, just a youngster in yesrs snd experience, is showing the wsy to the slug gers of both teams with a remarkable hit ting run of seven bingles in 10 times at bat. This is a mark of .700. Besides that he hss stolen two bases, scored three runs and hss played like a world beater in the field, mak ing only one error. His sensational fielding nas oeen one oi me Dig outstanding ieaiures oi me series, according to accounts from Gotham. I, The young fellow who is cutting such a swath with the Gianta, has been playing fine ball for the National league champions all year, hitting over .800 and lesding both Dig leagues in the number of stolen bases. Hia (Mt of poling lour lilt*, all rr«J an**, la four tlm** at hat In lh* flrat Bam* of th* wrlr* against Carl Maya, lh* Tank*« aeo who allowed bat flvo hita during th* gam*, la * batting claaslo of which h* can Ju*ti> bo proud. Arnold State. th* fluty Leo Angolaa outnrldor. waa playing at Holy Croaa ootlag* whllo Prlaoh waa playing for Kordham ualvoraltjr two y*ar* ago. and Stata aay* that Frtach waa a gr*ai playtr than, and h* h*» aurrlj Improved In th* teat two aoaaona. ■peaking of Stat* this young out fielder who played *weet baa*hall for Lea Angola* rhruout tha year, la destined to became a great player. Ha haa everything-epeed. pretty fair batting power, a good eye. a fine arm, brain* and tha baseball instinct. Speed la hla greatest as eet. This spring State changed from tha right aide of the plate to the left aide and he picked up in hla hitting nearly 1M points. He fin. lahad the season over »M He beat out a lot af hits which made htm invaluable as a leadoff man. The only fault that Coast critics found at all with hie work this year la tha manner la which ha ee tehee a fly ball. Ha makes all hla eatchee Seattle baseball fans will hare their final paek at Coast league per formers la action tomorrow after noon when Beattle club playe the group of All-Star* whom they have bee* playing wtth In a eertea of game* thruout the Northsreet dur lng tha past week. The Seattle team la made up of practically the same outfit that played for tha local* dur tng the year. The All Star team la made up of lan Francisco. Portland and Loe Aagelea players. They play Sunday at MO. These squads hare been playing In Vancouver. B. C., Materia. Bell tagbam and Taeoma this week. After the pttchere held the center af tha world'e sdrtes etaga for two days.' the hitters finally had their day Friday when the Giants mauled tha Tankeee 11 to I. The Giant a pounded out M hits. It etood to reason that the Tankee pitchers couldnt go on pitching two and throe hit baseball against such k collection of hitter* as tha Giants have on their payroll. Such boys ag Young, Burns. Etnll Meuael, Sny der and Prlach are bound to hit their team stride within a few gamsa. ' The Tanks have done no real hit ting—tha murderers' row that hnoekad flocks of home run* In tha regular eeaalon la being held to a few hits by tha Giant pitchers. They won two games on clasay pitching. THE BOX SCORE Aassstcaaa AB. a. H. TO. A- t Miller. ef I 1 I t e I Peek, * » • « t • aifte t i • • pewstw. if • i • e a • R. Me Mel, rf../.. I I I t I I Ftp*. Ik I •' • It • • Wsrd. » 4 e I t t • MeMally. I* • • • I t • Be Haas, e 1 I I I 1 * Deveneer, 1 • • 1 t • sneaker, p I I 1 • • • Qutan. p.. S • • • t • Celtlae. p ****** nostra. p I I I I 1 »< •Baker I -I I I I I Tela la It • * 14 II • •Baker ketted tor Refers In ninth. Nationals. AB. It. H. PO. A. B. Bams, ef I I 4 1 I I Baaereft. ss I I 1 I 1 • rnech. »k...k.. . I t i i i e Teens, rf « t t • 1 • Kellr. Ik I 1 • 7 1 • B. Measet, If • t I t • I RawUngs. Ik I • I 4 I I Snyder, • 1 4 I 1 I Tener. p P • S • I • •antes, p I I I 1 I I Totals II It 1* IT II • SCORE BT INNINGS A merles ae • I I I M I I t Netleaale II 4 I I I I I • aril ma rt Left sa kaseo—Amsrirana. I: Nation als. 11. Stolen baeaa -rrtaeh, Burne, B. Meaeei. Sacrifice hit—Plpp. Sacrifice fir—Baaereft Two beae hits —R. Maa sal, B. Masse). Burns. Three beae hits — naras. Teen*. Double piejm Ward to Flap; Qulnn te Peek to Plpp. Struck eat —By Tener. 1; br Beraea, 7; by Wulan, I; br Besere. I. Baaea on belle-Toner. I; Skawker. 4; Barnea. I: Qulnn. t: Cel llna, !. Hits —Off Toner. 4 la tee te niae* plus, aone out In third. Off Sha*- key. firs In I I I, I In I 1-1. nons out hi seventh, off CollMia, 4 In 1-l.f Wild pitch Berne* Hit br pitch ed bell- McNellr by Barn**. Time—l:l4. t.'mplree- Quls'er et plate; CMII at first: Rl»ler et sscond. Morfarltr at third. SPROTT PANS BEAR ELEVEN "Pesky" Sprott. star I*2o Califor nia, "wonder team" backflsld man, writing In the Ban Francisco Bulle tin, states that the 112} California grid team Is far too over confident this year, and that they are doomed to defrat. SEATTLE WINS VICTORIA, B. C.. Oct. S.—Seat tle defeated the All-Stars in an ex hlbltlon game here Friday, 4 to I. In It Innings. GIBBONS-CARPENTIER BOOT IS OFF NEW YORK, Oct. B.—Four daye more and the date set in July for the Georges Carpentier-Tommy Gibbons light-heavyweight bout in New York will be with us, but nothing has been said in these parts about the battle for some time. Latest reports from Paris have stated that Carpentier's hand, injured in the Dempaeybout, la still out of commission, and that he will not be able to box . again until about the first of the year, t \ I with hla handi low, about his hips. ' When ha haa to throw ho must make an extia motion and that | takes time. Most outfielders catch a ball with their handr high, whlrh permit* them ta make a throw with the same contlnou* motion. What would do Stats a world af ! good would be another year In the ! Coaet league with the Los Angeleo ' club. The experience and tha prac j tlce of tutting lefthanded against tha claaa of pitching In this league for another rear woul<k make him ripe for major league company. At | that, with all hla natural ability. | Stats may make tha grade. He cer j tainly looked like a great proopect to us In hla sarlaa of tha see son . here. When they played In Vkaoouvar quite a crowd turned out, according to accounts In (IK Vancouver press. This Marled talk of trying to gat a Coast league franchise for the B. C. metropolis again. The Van couver fane gave tha P. I. leaguer* a miserable attendance, but they •bowed that they would turn out whea good baseball was oo the boards. There tsnt much ehance af Van couver obtaining a Coast league berth at |ha preaent because Salt Lake plana to hang on ta their franchise. Another thing against Vancouver Is that bo Sunday base ball can be ylayed there. But with such hlttsrs as hath tha I Tanks and Oiaata harbor either club j la bound to hop off with a flock of hits at any time. It was the Giants' turn PrMay. Tha Tanks may turn the the day la over. There are only two pitcher* on either elub who really figure to pitch two and three hit gamee In a world aarlaa. Art Nehf la ons and Cart Maya la U>e other. Phil Doug, laa. with his fine record for tha past aeason, la another poalbility. ✓ Thl* la epeakln* on the records they turned In for the year. Walte Hoyt pitched a marvelous game for ths Tanks from all accounts, but during tha past as aeon he won Id and lost i| for tha American league champions. HUNTOON LEADS CITY BOWLERS Harry Hun toon, of the K. N. Rrooks team. Is still leading the city league la Individual averages artth a mark of 1M In nlaa gamss. Klnne le second with I*l while Benson. Hahaett and O'Donaell are tied, for third with IM. The ParMaa Chocolates and Bat ton A Oliver are tied for first place with eight wins and four defeats. COUGARS AFTER "WONDER" TEAM Washington State College win try to ptop the long string of victories of the University of California grid team at Portland. October 2t, when the two teams tangle in their, big game. The Cougars ara working hard for this tilt and realise that they will win with a name for themselves In the hall of fame If they are able to beat tha famed Golden Bears. SANTA CLARA MEETS LEGION The Santa Clara college football team takes on tha San Franrlsco American legion eleven at Ban Fran cleco tomorrow. Santa Clara has not a team of college caliber, and la bill ing games with only amateur and semi-pro taams. BEAR KICKER GOING FINE Archie Nesbitt, the University of California's star backfteld n>an. I* making the critics sit up and take notice because of his kicking. N'es bltt. In the Olymplo club game at Berkeley last Saturday, averaged be tween (0 and <1 yards on hln boots. TRIO OF BIG GRID BATTLES NICW YORK. Oct. ».—Three big tilts are billed for the near vicinity of the metropolis today. Byrscuse was playing Maryland st Syracuse; Yale wae playing North Carolina at New Haven, and Prince ton was playing Colgate at Prince ton. THE SEATTLE STAR Alex® Sftsirlnirag D®f®inis3ls H®r G©lf Hoanoirs DEAL, N. J., Oct. B.—For the sixth consecutive time Miss Alexa Stirling:, of Atlanta, will defend the American woman's golf title here today, meeting: Marion Hollins, of New York, in the finals. This pair have come thru to the finals from a list of 176 starters. Taylor Is Looming as Grid Star Franklin Tackle Is Lumi nary of 16 lo 0 Win Orer Wast Seattle niCB TATLOR. Franklin high school's grset rol ored uhltli, was the outstanding star of tha Oral I prep gridiron «a«>a of tha see aon at Hanny fiald yseterdar. r tha Quafcera da feeling tha West Seattle Indiana in • hard fight. II to t. Taylor, playing defensive tackle and fullback on tha offensive about half of tha time. waa tha big factor In tha Franklin victory Ha carried tha I*ll well, Bhowing groat power and apaed In tha lattar part of tha game Ha alao booted tha boll wall and played a good gam* la tha t llna Carnlng about 171 pound* In weight and ranking aa tha faataat aprtnter In tha local prep league. Taylor la going to maka a lot of trouble for Uio other team* If ha eontlnuaa to ahow tha «una form that ha did yesterday. INDIANS LOOK FORWARD Weet Seattle showed a lot of atrangth agaltut franklin Friday particularly In tha ftrat half, whan thay fougflt Ilka bulldog*, holding twlca wiihJn tha shadow of thalr awn goal poet*. Franklin broke thru tor a loach down la tha aarly part of tha second half whaa a Waat Seattle man blocked hla awn punter * kick, a Quaker falling an tha bail. Tha ball waa ruahed aver. Carroll carried tha ball and kickad goal. Taylor acorad thraa points a few mlnutaa later wtth a to yard drop kick. Ed McOin acorad tha final touch down whan ha pulled a long paaa out of tha air la tha final chaptar. Tha attampt far Uta goal aftar tha touchdown failed. PAM FORMATIONS IXNMC OOOD Waat Seattle ahowad a fine variety of forward paaalng formations, but tha maa an tha reoatviog end dropped paid after paaa. JTtaahlla. % tha other hand, ecpi platad abort and long almdet at win far long game. FreakUa ttt> Waat aaatUa <»> •aim La Mctteagkt *pal«al I„ T beetles Oar* ....LA SrhaitSt La Saw C Boeamr Qaertaer R 0 o«rt*r Tartar a T Smith Stela a a SHager or**a Q. Iriwr MeatlL U M a ne>4ei* Baua<t*re a M B »r*r* Carroll F. a Ferroeter, • Score by varied* t I » * Fraaktla * • M •—tl Weet Saattla * « t S— I Ftaaklla aeartag: TeaetiSewaa, Carrall aad ItrOIII; seal from teurhSetrn 011 lt| toe! from tha n*l4. Tartar t. Sobetit*. •toe* aoaa Weet Seattle ae»rt«a Noh Subetliatlaaa—Bleaetn far S M»*l for (lorlay. gailtk for Stolen. Uarlar tor Kelt Officiate! n»r*i»a Ttaar Stroag ra»- atro—Batch Beyle. M*a4 Itaeataaa — Nell gllla. | 1920 CHAMPS ARE PLAYING QUEEN ANNE Ballard high eoheol'a football team, champion eleven of UN. wm mak in# Ita first bow of the prop aeaaon thla afternoon with the Queen Anne aggregation at Denny field, the tiff preceding the Whitman Washtngton game. The prep grlddera were play ing at Denny field. The team* were expected to line op aa follow*: A* Ikiai Ballard. Quern Ana Nardlaa (ll»> Vtnin* Ml*) •ulllraa Ul4> ..i.LI White <lll> gllnsaby (III) ...I. a.. .Bleemneee (III) Maatereen (Ml) . O. Burenn (III) RUvena (III) ....80... Daemon* <HI) Feel 1111 l B T Hubbard (111) Andareon (lit) ..B 8.. Kavaneih (II*) Aaa (t»l) Q •erXett <leg) l.owry (III) t» H Notre (!••> Larhatrom (II*)..B H Do<i*taa (IT!) Deekaaa (14*) ....» Olbeoa (l«l> a e e WHITMAN AND' WASHINGTON ARE PLAYING WASHINGTON and Whitman were playing the flrat real foot ball game of the season here thl* afternoon at the atadlum. For tha flrat time tn yeara Whit man was given a good chance to lower the Waahlngton colors. Whitman ha* never turned l.i a win over Waahlngton, but wltvi an experienced *qvad th* Mlaalooarles are hoping high. The game wa* under way at 2:SO. Th* Ltoeep Waatilngtea. Whitman. Ouetafeon ÜBL Leandar Clark T. T Com red a. e Hobl L. (1.......... Xml|m Harnea C I.ueht Oundlach B (1 Btarltman Ingram R. T Herltaia Oalll*an B E Sehreedar Hall Q . Itoa K' U man, a UM....... ghaphrrd Wlleoa B. K Tllton Uan*harna F Hull Referta—Oaarga Varnall Umpire Trarr atren*. Head linesman-Coach Walter Beeeburg. CiriCAOO—Carl Stelltr, Jr., ssld to be last of four bandits who stole 12.14.004 payroll of Standard Oil Co., arrested. iffiSTOKl? [ME Mlaa Phehe Nail TMtnar.lt, of (ha Seattle Oalf club. Pacific Nortfc waat women's champion, wll defend her lltla of Oregon's champion, at the annua! Oregon Male Ciolf tournament which WIU be held on tha llnha of tha Portland <Jolf club neat Monday. Altho llw-re la always Ihe chance of an upset, Ml*« Tldmarsh I* generally expected to retain her laurels aa ahe Is the "queen of tha fairway*" In this sec tion. Several other members af tha north end fair aa* ara expected to rompata In tha Oregon rlaaale. Real tie la not likely ta be represented In the Oregon amateur championship. Joe Kirk wood, the Australian open champion and trick-shot expert, will not give an exhibition In Seattle, much lo Ihe dVapfwlntment of hundred* of local golf lovers who hare rrwd of hla wonderful capera with golf balla. Klrkwood waa In this r*jr lalt Thursday and *m anxious ta ahow. but hi* price—4te# for an M-hala match could not be subscribed among Ihe fana, so Joe departed Hoealls for his native land front Vancouver, B. C, Hits morning, but he la Ukely to return I* America next year, aa ha haa aeveral good offers from Iha leading clubs In I hla country Klght man teams from all over the Pacific Northwest wBI compete In the Punch Bowl tournament at Ihe Portland Waverley course today. The Seattle tiolf dab Is placing a strong teem on the field, but the indication* are that tha all-star Wsveriey squad will win easily. Thirty aii holaa of match play against bogey will be played and the team hav ing Iha beat showing against the "old gent" l» the winner. A victory for Waverley will give that club permanent possession of Ihe famous trophy, aa It baa won two legs on A already. One more la needed. Al Bchoaphaeslae la ene of Ihe flnallato In tha ftaptaln'a cop compe tition al the Jefferson I'srk tiolf club. He reached Ihla stage by scor ing a four up and two-10-play victory aver JJm Snoddy In their semi final lilt this weak. Hla opponent In Ihe M hole final match will be known tomorrow, when Newman and Kldd, Ihe lower semi finalists, deride who's who. Hub Captain Kdgar ( rider haa a beautiful piece af silverware for tha survivor of tha final match. Play In Ihe Brharafald trophy tournament, confined la members af Ihe loeal KJks' galf team, reached lha sesnlfinal stage In the upper bracket this week, whan Pry beat May« by one up and Gray disposed af Snsddy by a Ilka margin. The aeml-flnallata hi tha lowrr half af the draw will be Ihe winners af the Bridge I >wan and Shepard Creek matches .If tMa quartet af Mils tarry much longer, Ctab Captain Harry Calehan la Habla ta aava than a let of lima—an tha Itaka. Harry a wings a wricked pencil! The golf teams af the ReaMla and Taeoma Rk ledges wOl claah la- Hi the second half af their annual scrap far the Br all ay cup In tha Bret moating lha Taeoma Bills won very realty, bat nltt ground advantage and a much stronger Ihr-tp, the lecai herd expert lo even ap accounts. Owing la the congealed conditions that prevail on the Beacon hHi links on Sundays, the squads will be spHl ap. ana half play big en lha bill course and the ether half an tha Bartlngtnn llnha. Tha **• received a knockout Utla wash whan CaeH Lahch, bolder af tha Brltiah, fWarh and Canadian tltlaa. waa defeated by Mr*. T. C. Jr.. af Chh-ago, la tha aarly round* of the woatan'a national rhaaiphmeMp at Ikal, N. J. Notwithstanding the fart that lha Eng lish *tar waa Rnuiit I Ihla work, there la a wt*a wsrld farting that Mlaa la still tha graataat woman player an sarth Har defeat this wash la ewiy awrf tha things that caoM In all aperte and which help Mra r. A. Haitian, with a at* acre at M. won tha Ml adaetla tiarniMMil tn tha wsassn's Rrlaluii of tha Jafferaaa Path GeU rhih this weah. Mra. D. E. TwhchcO waa aacond wMh a acore af «. Hay. lag turn .cratch. Mra. If. O. Yonng turned In a remarkably tow card af m, which contpnree rtry farar*bly with some af lha men * srorrs. la tha hlddrn halaa can teat at Baacoa hill. Mrs. & R BoAta wan first prise snd Mr* J. C. Itrtdgman. tha cluk captain, a~ondbon«* A tyMwi competition win ha played by tha Jeffcraaa path Mm nest Monday. Twa prtaee will ha gtvan. No Outstanding Star in Third Big Series Mix There wu no real outstanding hero In yesterday'* (tni< betwron fhe Giant* and Ttnke**. Ron Young, Giant right fielder. with hi* double and triple In the big twit feat In tb« seventh Iflntng, was probably the leader, aeorge Burne kicked thru with four hit*. <«* did Frank Snyder. Jew Iternee turned In eome nice pitching after he relieved Toney m the third. PENN STATE WILL PLAY WASHINGTON PENN STATE will play Waahln* ton at the atadlum In the big Internee tlnnal gam* here December I. Arrangemente were completed Friday with f'enn State official* for the big trip. The Peon State team I* coached by. Hugo Beidek. former football mentor at the University of Ore gon. For the paat two year* hi* Penn State team* have ranked right up with the leadera in the Eaat. • Coach Bagrhaw. of ttfe Washing ton team, I* mighty tickled over the prospects of (ending hi* men againit the crack Eastern *qu*d. COUGARS PLAY ALL-STAR TEAM Waahlngton HtiOa will stack up against a bunch or all *tara at Pull man today. The Stater* go Into their flrnt real game of the gefeon next week agalnat Gonzaga at Spo kane. Then they tackle California at Portland. The Cougar* aren't get ting tn many preliminary game* be fore tackling the Coast champions. The famous Siamese twin* were born In Slam In ISII. Full course dinner, TSc, at Boldt'a Served 8 to t p. m.—AdvertleemenL nwrsvglmess Characterises our methods In •very transaction, and our eua tomtri trt Accorded rvcry cour tesy consistent with sound busl osss Judgment 4% Pale Savlage Arrounls Accounts Subject to Check Are Cordially Invited Peoples Savings Bfrnk bBCOJVU AVE. AND I'IKIS ST. Ecap"® Teee* Meaag, rrfemt MM Mtak •»**«. aodkHl Bttle, k«4 Dm aaa. will be to riH>«a at Ike Qmm Aaae-BaUard mm, Mm. Captalne et both Whitman aa« Waib Inglea vara former Aaattle pre a grtddera. •tar Bekmaa plains at Unroln high ecbool ana Baa Camrada at Ballard. Cat Meat hnwr ■raadway athletic ■tar, te eaaefclag ike f#ah laa at ■iwleay Itk ML Panne l.ewle will captain the Broad »»r Unalt (Mm Mit tprlnf. Th« Wm! foothill mm to ntH •» th« h««vlM( (Mm In th« pr«p |M|ii« ihto >ur. TWO BIG PREP GAMES BOOKED Two big high achool football game* are booked for oext week when,both Lincoln and Broadway, two of the atrongeat contendere for the cham plonahlp, awing into action for tho flrat time. The Lincoln team will argue with Pranklln on Saturday and Broadway and Queen will get together on Friday. Both games are booked for Denny field. Private dancing leaaona all day at Bright'*, INI 4th. cor. Pin*.—(Ad.) . scot" fk MODE «38 I Cash Needed On the Scout club Plan I»ta of fellow* who haven't the cash to pay down can join the Rcout Club and tet a fine, brand new Scout model Indian Motorcycle aa euxy an falling off a lot. Come and find out the bis k'lea. 1 s |1 or t! a W'frk Pi;i for 1 a Dayton Bike by Xmaa I a.^ 11IS-111S Pike St. Lighties Headline Smokers Eagles to Box Farren on Tuesday; Pinkman and Harper Here Friday ror Austin a mui at the Arena on Friday. lilt* la bill In® tola show an the flrat match of an elimination con test to decide th* Coast tills. Karren la a veteran San Francisco bsttlsr who haa ranked high amoni Coast lightweights (or several seasons. Ragles haa bean boxing abound Pleat *la for several months and haa demonstrated that hc'a clever with hla mitts. . Quite a bit of Interest Is being stirred up In the Pink ham Harper battle. Plnkman lias won one and lost one In hla gome bark effort. Ha la picking ona of the cleverest men In th* Wast In Harper, who had a big season in Portland last winter. NEIL TO BOX TWIfB NEXT WBBK Kddla Ned, th* popular Anac«rtes bantamweight who Is a big favorite here, goes en twice next week. H* will tackle Mike Mitchell Tueaday night and Frankle Pant ley Friday. Mitchell showed that be was a much Improved boy whan he licked Joe Heaoe recently. Pantley hasn't been fighting for some time, but he'a bet ter than the average bantamweight JOB GORMAN TO BOX JOB HARRARA.N Jo* Gorman, tbe hardworking Portland llghtle, will make hla first bow pf the eeaaon Friday with Joe Harrahan, the rugged Seattle mil ler. Theee little fallows always put up a whale of a fight when they get together. Hmt COMPLETE CARD Clay Hlte haa completed his oard for Tuesday's Pavilion show. It fol lows: Harry Kagla* vs. Frankie Farren. light weighta; Jim Pettr ve. Rube Finn, lightweights: Eddie Nell vs. Mlk* Mitchell, bantamweight*; Al Blddl* vs. Soldier Woods, welter weights; Bud Fltsgerald vs. Bob Lee, lightweights. AUSTIN « SALT'S rO-WPMSTB CARD Austin A Salt have slab completed their Friday card. It follows: Eddie Plnkman vs. Bob Harper, lightweights; Jo* Gorman vs. Joe Msrrahan, .lightweights; Harry Casey vs. Red Gag*, lightweights: Bill RlnkO vs. Soldier Woods; Eddie Nell vs. Prankle rsntley. STANFORD VS. ST. MARY MEN Stanford Unlverelty was playing the St Mary's college team at Palo Alto today. California has met this team, and Cuts will have a fairly good Idea of the comparative strength of the two teaau after to day's tilt HARVARD MEETS INDIANA SQUAD Harvard and Indiana are clashing in the first Intersections) game of the season tomorrow at Cambridge. The Crimson are expected to win the tilt without much trouble. CALIFORNIA TO BATTLE NEVADA The University of California Is playing ths University of Nevada grid team today at Berkeley. This 1* the Oolden Bear's third gams of the season. Real Paltfess EztnutiN Free Dady In order to Introduoo our n*w (whalebone) slate, which Is ths lightest and strongest plsts known, doe* not cover the roof of the mouth; you csn bite corn olf the cob; guaranteed t| years. Wbalekoae set of Teeth ga Crewas C M ■rtdaework S U Amalgam filling gi All work guaranteed for it years Have Impression* taken In the morn ing and get teeth same day. Exami nation and advice free. Call aad gee gasifies of Oar Piste aad Bridge Werk. We glaad the Teat of Time. fcTost of our present patronage Is recommended by our early custom ers, whose work Is still giving good satisfaction. Ask our cus tomers, who have tested our work. When coming to our office, be sure yo<i are In the right place. Bring this ad with you.«^ OHIO SSSS SWT UNIVERSITY ST. Opposite Kraaer- Patereea Co. 1 Tesszaa <*■*&■ l SATURDAY, OCTOKER * Soccer Squads Tangle Star League Senior and Junior Teams in Action Again Tomorrow' WITH moat of tha tMou itrtaatk. *n»d up during tha p-H wag tha all a«nlor and It junk* aTTa' Tha War Boccar league vtll a«i Into action In tha gan.aa on tha playfuuia ttihTrZ Hunday. Tha following gamea, with tha am. clala In charge, ara Hat ad for BuaZ.. ar.MOR oaves r ' "»»!• I«f Poet «■ •' '*PP*r Woodland park ai I !• P* eree Blllr Waller. , ' l * W floelna Aalrrraft rlut, at t.lnrola park n I • . P Hraon. ""ana, A Waal ataxia ra Maaa f klrl _ Ca. at Mneola park at 1.11 - - lf P. iiroarn ' ** A Jl HID* OAMEfI Palran A c n I pper WtMMlend p. rk „j . area Hill, Waller *»■«•*• He* Parle KHllarda »a aaaorlatlan at I .owe* Wawllaal I p m Referee. Bill/ BleeaMW IllftilanH park *a (<,man Claaa n. •"a'"a at I p nr, r,t,r~. BwfiLZ ■eulfc park *a. Waehlaatea •"Uth Park at I p m JUfa«!f*»£ Itoae. N 4la Hsvlhsrns Juniors vs T«iil«*a r... . Dry n#.n.n «t Wall* Walk Referee, Arthur fthaw * *■ l a HT WCIOHTd will hradllna tha (wo amokera to b* ata g»d In 8«-attJt nut w • • k , Frankla Farran and Harry E*(lu homing at the Pa vilion for Clay Hit* on Tuaaday night and fcddla Pinkman and Bob Harper tangling for Austin A Halt . T « , jn* *" «"*•« te he riftt ea Dm for their lamei le they cas set ■ay on schedule. reglat ratten" want U^MakM) befog the* ■ day ef each week. The Mar •« I—lest with several teaew (Mi m. bet fellewtag tMs - 1. a* aZ; May be aA is reftotretlse tfsSt ew tbet wi to Tbe Bar ate Theee ehss«ee aheuld to Hate* M s Here ef paper big eneigk (H TbS» te file. All of theee allpa anst he CM. •nd eome ef the teams have seat |a ■» munlcetlona en paper hardly N# IBM te rover a dime. Theee chaagte riwS include the aamee ef the sew bus aat the men they are te replace Xe uaa may carry mere thsa II m at aar ene tlaa There will he a meeting ef aH afcaw officiate of The Star league at The Car Wednesday eight at I p. a Is ft saw ths league rulee. NEARLY 200 FANS SELECT STAR TEAMS XTEARLT m Northwest tkMkan ii Mat la letter* M br k TIM Star'a third annual Alt-Mr aagfeal to •fleet a star team far the Caast league 1»S1 ■■■!! The contest closes on« weak tna tonight Kan* m asked UmM with the following rates: Pick Mvcn regular*. twe catdMH (Ira pitcher*, two utility Bta.u< a manager. The outfleHtera it ad hav* to bo placed In partMgv fields. Any player who tsak part la 10 or more games this asasaa la (Ml league is eligible. • ' Pans should sign thair MM aai addresses and should maU Qxtr M ters to the All Star Edltar* taattb Btar. JOE KIRKWOOD IS BEATEN. 2 TO 1 VANCOUVER. B. C„ Oct l-)» Kirk wood. mo AiMrattaa a»ae champion, fell before Dm Hack four times Canadian cfceasfaa, II • special 11-hole match kM I* day. S tat. . *| MT VERNON AMD EVERETT CLASH MT. VKRNON, Oct » -*t ** non's Skagit county i lialnp4ea H* grid team Is stacking op agMsaM** crack Everett high school here, today. BIG GAME 19 ON FOR OCT. B Chicago University and Print*"* tangle in one of the aaaaeni W » tersectional contests Octoksr II »» Princeton. 1 DAILY. *.lla.sut I Special So" *1 ;I t y i r»»srws»® r ' *■ l s J ■p- * 1 ■ a. m.—freight ew^^^J ' JJj llllt Heferess ef Sender's iaee gu t* repeet th.lr gmmm fSS bet.ee. • and 1 VsT by telepfcane. 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