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MONDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1921.
Darwin Mfwnfst, grnd rote manager of athletics at th« University of Washington, certainly made a 10-strike when he lined up Penn State to meet Washington in the big intenNvtionai game for the Stadium this year. The Penn State team has always ranked right up with the lend ers and Hugo Ilezdek, former Oregon coach, who is now #t the helm of Penn State football, can be counted upon to send a strong team to Seattle. For years Bei dek tried to lower the Washington colors while Gil Dobie whs in charge of Washington football, but he never did. He may have his chance this year. not to nist'iutnrr the no TORY of Mima Hollina. the nor American gotf quern. It mutt be •aid. honvver, that Alexa Stirling, ftre tune* American champion, haa been off hrr game all season. Three time* she lost to Cecil Leltch. th« British woman champion, and Sat Urday abe took a bad bMtlni fruaa Kim Holllns, losing 4 and I at Deal. N. J. The former champion haa not played the brand of *olf this year that ih« haa In the past, fudging by results. SPEAKING Or GOLF the Seattle golf club team turned In a timely lain over tha Waverley dub golfers Saturday In the punch bowl tourna ment at Portland Saturday, the lo cal golfera flntahlng II up «n Colo- Ml Bogey, while the Portlandcrs Were *4 up. Tha Seattle win keeps the cup tn competition another year aa the Rom City links team would have obtained permaaent possession Ot the cup bad the* won Saturday. Baltimore's "wonder team." twtee champlona of the Inter national league, la getting quite a bumping In the Joator World series with Louisville, the Louis ville team kicking thru with two big wins and losing one In the first three games. Last year the Or Voles kicked the tar out of 'St. Paul, but the Colonels of Looisvllle are showing . tha Ori oles that perhaps they srent a major league tram after aIL WASHINGTON STATE'S woeful Ihowlii on th* gridiron against Uw Washington alumni Saturday at Pullman. In which th* old boys tor* Into the Cougar rtfuUri (or a II to T via. Isn't very promising tor the Cougar chancen when they run up against th* California Golden Bears In Portland two week* hence. The Cougar* arc figured aa tha team to luaef tha colors of tha B*ars this year tf any team will, according to tha experts, who may change their minds after last Saturday's Off. At that the defeat may be a One thing lor Um Pullman team aa It certainly West make them over-oonfldent and that la the Mg bugaboo that Califor nia la battling with right now. 3 EDDIE PIN KM AN, SEATTLE y Ugh tie, la being given bis third Cbhance to make good In his eoro«- lhaek Friday night at th* Arena. . piddle was terrlbla in bis first stark losing to Harry Eagles, but he looked better against Johany Jor 4aa. winning tha verdict. Friday be tackles one of the best men on the Coaat when he goes np against Bob Harper. Eddie la picking a tough one to beat, but he's doing tha choosing. And Eddie must make £ood Friday or he's thru aa a main •vent possibility in Seattle. fOCR OP THE SEATTLE HIGH SCHOOL football teams are looming aa one-man sqaada this seam. Jesse Douglas waa the whole works In Queen Anne's It to I - win over Ballard Sat or day, while Captain lyrwry waa the big star' for Ballard. The day before. Brier Taylor wag the Mg luminary for Frank lin. It's no secret that most of Uacaln's soecesi hinges upon the showing *f Don Boyle, Mr great quarterback. In the long run, one-man team* aren't aa saeceesfnl as Ihey might bo became if anything happens to the Mg alar the whole team la Wrecked. THE STAR IS MIGHTY PROI O of the war the soccer players in the trig Star league are taking Interest la their organisation. The Inague Is msde op of alz senior and 10 Junior teams, comprising about 144 players altogether. Soccer is played In the grammar schools of the city, while football Is the prep game. The Star Junior league g'ves grammar school soccer players a chance to play after they finish their grammar school activities. The cio*en»ss of most of the scores and the number of players taking part are ample proof of the Interest in the sport. TED FAI'LK, one of the best ends Washington football ever knew and captain of year's team, is making quite a name for hlmtelf this year as coach of the Benson high school grldderi la the Portland dty league. The former Washing ton player is said to have the best osached prep team In Portland, ac cording to Hose City scribes, which Is quite a boost for "my son Tea dore." Defeating Klrkland, 6 to 1, at Kirk land, Sunday, the Seattle Hibernians won the Western Washington semi pro baseball title. Washington pitched for the winners, with Bejiau or **• hill for Klrkland. Sun Dodgers Look Better Bagshaw Coaching System It Showing Results; Wash ington Notes Out Whitman by Score of 7 to 0; Montana Next RY LEO H. LASSEN IIE result* of Enoch Bagshaw's coaching methods are beginning to show in the work of the University of Washington football machine. The Sun Dodgers looked like a different hunch of gndders Saturday when they nosed out Whitman 7 to 0 than they did a week ago when they waJJoped the Ninth Army Corps 24 to 7. The team is playing better fundamental football. This is particularly true on the defense. Bag shaw's teams at Everett high school always played well on the defence and his methods are really beginning to show with the varsity men. Whitman came to Washington Saturday with a much more experienced team and while a bad kick in the third period and a break in the luck gave Washington their lone touchdown, the local team had a slight edge in the play for the whole game. Washington's offrnslve to ntfll far from lelng prrfrct, but there wu hardly any of the fumbling that marred the play of the wwk before and the team snapped Into thine* better. Wayne flail showed a lot N*ter Break in Luck Win# for "U" With Whitman tn possession of the ball within tbr shadow of thmr goal po.»ts a bad pa*i to niackman. who waa doing the Whitman kirk- Inc. put the ball back near the Whitman Una In the latter part <f the third period. On the next pass Hl.irktnan kicked poorly, tlia hall bounding Into Wayne Mali* hanla. Tha W(aablngton quarter aklrted around left end and carried thr baa over tha Una. kicked goal. Leo Zeil Looks Like a Find Ijto Zell, Washington'! new back field man. look* like a find. Ha mint able to play to tha first game at tha season because of In juries. but be waa la there Satur day moat of the Ume. ZeII la playing hla AM tnterrol leglate football this season and for an Inexperienced player ba acquitted himself admirably. Zell's chief claim to fame is hla Harrison Shows Some Fight * John Harrieon. Whitman tackle, came Into fame last y»ar when be played for Ballard high school. prac tically winning the' city champion ship for the Shtngleweavers with bis beoting. He drop kicked his team to wins ever both Lincoln and FtmnkUn. Rat la splta af his JOfl poands of beef. Harrison waa ef practically no use to tha Ballard squad otherwts* because ha didn't throw himself Into tha gam* tha way he ahouM have It wna his lack of fight that cost him a place on the AUClty high school team. But Vlncant Bartaefcl. (he Whit man roach, seems to hare liwtllM some fight Into big Harrison, judg ing by his work In the Whitman line Saturday. Montana Here Next Week Montana University, the team thai handed Washington a sound ticking last year, will be with us Saturday. The Grisaltea brought the Minne sota shift with them last year sad they simply waded thru the Wash ington team In the first half be cause the "W* men didn't know how to stop th* play. Nothing much baa been heard Alt** Mm? fcsM Harvard t* a t» e mi i. ladlss* at*4» a poar shewing. aa Uwr ptaisd d*#eo*l»* faotbati Miroeot IMr game st Cambridge •atafdar. On* wt tha biggest f»ofb*n spasta ts Astordsr'a gam* wu lowa'i ]• to 1 tle trrr o*rr tha pnwtrful ,V«tr* lisma taarn at lows City. Tha Catholics wsra picked t* wta. Ism lur* Diets* team af rordu* grlddaia gar* C/ii'*«o suit* s battla In th* WiiMtr City Msturdar. Chleag* wln stng. • to i. Kwttswta a. doormat af th* "Ittg Tea" »*af«w*ar* aeaeaa after tank IMr third atraigbt basting frees MlnssMt* Hatartax. U t* ♦. Wlwanals. minols, Wlehlg** sod Ohio atsta all wo a ihalr gsmas asaly gstur dsr. The Pennant Winners L<mw je»— T«m* Won Jjbnt Pet. Americas . .....*••• ".. New York • 91 OS .641 Nfttloni) ■ ( »■«••••« < • ••• • . ••••••*• Ntw T ork ■ ... •••« M II .614 pacific Coast Ah('!m •••*•• 10® 11 .671 American AmocUllod M II International . Baltimore 11l 47 .717 Southern Memphis • *•«.••• 104 49 .679 Western Wichita 10« fl .635 T „ xa . . ' Fort Worth 107 61 .177 Kastern Plttsfleld Central I.uddington 67 42 .675 Three-I . Mollni • ■■••••*.. 76 66 .562 MichlganOntario Cltjr 34 22 .607 South Atlantic Columbia 94 64 - .635 Virginia (first) Itocky Mount 36 25 .603 Virginia (second) ....Norfolk 45 27 .626 Pacific International Yakima 79 66 .667 Southwestern .............. Independence • ... 201 36 .727 Texas-Oklahoma (first) ..••••«...•Paris , 43 16 .729 Texas Oklahoma (leoond) .........Ardmore 46 20 .706 Appalachian Oreensvllle II 20 .606 Wmtem Assoeiaflon (second) Fort Bmlth ....... 46 17 .640 Wwitern Association (first)... .....Chlckasha . ...... 42 29 .542 Piedmont (first) Oreensboro 17 24 .607 Piedmont (second) High Point ...... 19 21 * .669 Florida . .. Orlando . 71 41 .636 Dakota Mitchell 11l 60 .641 West Texas Abilene . II 24 .664 Blue Ridge Frederick 61 II .104 Mississippi ClarkJidale 11 II .174 iiweet. water won championship In first half of West Tejcas league season. at quartrrback than Johnny Wlleon. running hla tram belter. WUsoo pUyrj a fair gajne at fullback Hat' unlay. lUy Kckmann. the midget mptaln of the vanity, played a halfback berth like the star that he la, Oght- In* like mad thruout the game and easily ranking as the heat man on the Held. When the team play la more perfected, and Hay gets the Interference that he should have, he's gvlng to be a hard man to atop This waa tha only score of tha stint, which waa tree moat of tha Unit. Tha braak hi tba gatna la mora often the deciding factor than real supremacy. Hall, however. helped nuke hla own "brwik" by following tha ball closely and then using hla bean aa well a« hla legs In racing far tha Whltmaa gcal. Me fairly threw hlmarlf across tha Whitman line, )*t carrying the ball over. kicking, Ho got fine di'tance and height to his boot* Saturday and he should Improve With experience. He atoo planed his kicks well, showing braise In bla kicking when ha placed a pant eutsids about three or four fret from the Whlirnsn goal The ball waa put in play on Whit man's four yard line, while If the ball had gone over the goal line It would have been brought out 10 yards. Hitman n was a tower of strength to the Missionaries and he put more fight into his work In Satur day's game against college opposi tion than he did thru out the 1110 prep league play. He didn't do any kicking. Another former Brattle high school star played well for whltmvji Clause Norris. a colored hey, who starred for Broadway In football, baskrthall anl baseball a few years ago. played a darb of a game at fullback. He burled himself Into every play and was the best de fensive man In the Whitman back field Norris played remarkably, aa he was not in the best of shape. Me dldnt join the Whitman team until a few days before the Wash ington melee. hers regarding the caliber of the Montana men this year, but It la known that they have quite a few vets back and they should give the Washington men a stiff fight. After Montana the Dodgers travel down to Corvaliia, Ore., where thty win play tha Oregon Aggie* in thalr first Coast Conference game of the season <1(1 DoMo'e CV»rn#n had a walk* away. dafeatlat lUx-hHttr II to i (WlfarnlA Na Hfrt traa farm »f th* mtmmnm mh+n Um Bm trknunad .Nevada. SI to 1 01. Marjr'e nmi have a prtf'r fw»d t*arn thla yaar Th# mi . g;P . * hold Vianford to a II to 7 B«turdar. Tale trimmed North HaroMnta, II la f. and Pvineotaa defaatad Colghta, II te |. mtdnif In gelling off la a pear lUrt thiii year. A wwk age tltey fail to laftjatta • fa t. and jaUr day tier jwt wawnyd io Ixat Weal Virginia, SI la 11. ftyrarnaa, Dartmouth. r»%n Ittata. Navy. ()«ortla. To*h. Vandorbllt • and Boetoa colUf• all had «amy game* Rnt urday. THE SEATTLE STAR "B&WEMftk Mas Madl© 164 Big L®agM@ H©mm® Emihis Mow When "Babe" Ruth slammed his home run into the right field stands in yesterday's world series battle between the New York teams in Gotham, it was his 164 th circuit wallop of his career in the big leagues. And it was the Behemoth's first home run in a world series, altho he had taken part in three other classics with the Boston Red Sox. Maple Leaf, W. Seattle Soccer Teams Win Games Giants Annex . Fourth National Champs Beat Mays, 4 to 2, and Take Edge in Series BT 111 1.1 .r WANS NKW TOIUC. Oct. 10 —Tha Giant* richly (iMrvtd to win tha fotirth faraa o( the world'* afrlaa. aTtnlng up mallrra. Can, ocnuocutlva hit ting In tha rlghth inning produoad thrra runs. Vp to that tlma tha only ran o t tha tamo hid baan at»r*d bur the Yajikrea In tha fifth Inning. With Maya pitching par factly, that run »«wnad to b* en<»u«h to win. aa tha Glant» went In for tha ftrat half of tha »lghth. Kor flv* Inning* Maya held tbe Giant* hitlca*. Ilurna tilt aafrly In th* alath am did Yauu In tha *e» «nth. Th*t «a th* *um and *ub atanoa of tha Oianla bitting until th* fatal eighth. AI moat In a twinkling thre* run* had been drlr an acroa* lb* plat* on a triple, two •tnglaa and a double, with a aani flo* ineerted to more along tha ma n«r* and get them In a poaltion to •cor* on Ilurna* two bajtger, which Hewed up the old ball gam*. In the ninth tha Otanta mad* thraa m*e hit* but only <>ne run croaaed th* Plata It w;ui th* reault of a doable by Kelly, the home run king of Ih* National league, followed by a alngl* by Bawling* It waa Kelly * firit hit of tha aeriea. DKFKAT OfVKH RIHiK TO OUSTS Th* defeat of the Tankmsa In tha fourth tram* of th* *erle* 1* a hard blow to th* chance* of th* Amerieaif league. Tha Ulanta beat Carl Maya y*aterday, with the u* of th* Yan kee* working at tha top of hi-* gmne. under th* moat f» vocable condition*. Don't gut the Irnprenilon that Maya araakened aa a reault of hi* marval ou* pitching In th* Hrat *avrn In nlnga, during which he heM the Otanta acnrelea* and waa nerer in danger. Maya had erarythlng *-» h* w*nt Into the eighth. He worked on the Clanta* hlt'cr* with hi* usual rare, but Mr*lraW» men war* In a batting mood and refused to ba. de nied. Thara waa nothing flukey about any of th« hi'» made In either thp eighth or ninth. All four runs were earned by clean hitting. KITH HITS IIDMKK IN NINTH U*te Ruth played yesterday. 1» ■pits the advice of bis physician that he give hi* Infected left arm at least a two day*" rnt The Injury cut 4awe the nut with which Ruth orrll uarlljr rwlngs at a ball. Ida hitting was don* with a (nap motion. How evrr. he managed to get a single and a horns run Into the right-field bleather*. The run cam* In the ninth, with one down, and the Yan kees trailing by three runa It meant nothing to the Yankees' chances. but certainly affords a bla thrill for the spectators, many of whom had coma thousands of miles <o "« the big fel low turn such a trick. n.\r» ARM ITINIJKR9 RI TirS THROWING I Despite the fact that Ruth's In jury did not seem to affect hia bat- Unit. It was apparent that he w« working under a handicap In tha field. His throwing suffered, and he seemed to have considerable difficul ty playing ground balls. If there was a break In the game It cam* the Olanta' way In the eighth, and to a certain extent could be traced to Ruth's Injury. Fast fielding would have held Meuael's triple to a double. After recovering the boll, Ruth Jog gled It several times before starting his throw, and then was unable to get anjnhlng on the ball. Peck, who i handled the relay, might ha»e re tired Meusel at third bad Ruth got ten ball away cleanly. There was Just a chance, and the failure to grc*l>p It. was the turning point In the pnme , Ruminating any chance that Rahe might have gottrn Meusel at third, and working on the theory that bet ter fielding would have held him at second, the Olant# would have been forced to shift their style of play. Ilawllnga, Instead of hitting mfcly, would have been forced to play for a run, and aacrtflce Meusel to third. [wori.n n.\VK [HIT INRTKAI) Snyder, who followed with a sac rifice bant that went aafa, would I have been forced to hit Inatead of getting three runs, the Olante might have only gotten one, had Meuscfs hit heen held to a double Instead of a triple. If there was a break In the fourth game, It ail hinged around that point The loes of the fourth game ner talnly gives the Clients the edge. They have proven their gainenens by their ability to come from behind. After losing the first two games, and having the Yankee* get away In the lead In the third and fourth, the Olunts are now on even terms. Once more the pitching advantage is with McCraw. Muggins must use Hoyt In the fifth game and then take a chance with Harper. If the (llanta heat Hoyt, the Yunka wIU be In a bad way. TO BOX Joe uorman and Abe Mlsliklnd will headllna the Portland smoker Wed nendny night In a 10 round bout MONTANA FOOTBALL SQUAD IS NAMED The University of Montana is slated to bring the following squad to play Wash ington here Saturday: Madsen, Schreck, Day lis, ends; Dorsey, McGowan, tackles; Dahlberg, Stark, Ramsey, guards; Murphy, center; Lambert, Keeley, quarterbacks; Sullivan, Tanner, halfs; Hummer, fullback; Straw, Centerwall, Hoffman, Taylor, Parmalce, Fraser, Willis, Ronney, I>enß-y, Carr, Merrill, Needham, Christie, Porter, Johnston and Finch, substitutes. The Grizzlies won their first game of the season from Idaho Tech Saturday, 25 to 0. Clever Lightie Who Will Battle Farren Tomorrow / Ilere'i ll'irry Kaffles. the rimf Oakland l(ffKiirrioKt. loAo trill box Fr<it»/.ie farren at the l'avilton to morrow piphL FARRENTO BOX HERE THIS P. M. FRAVKrK FAnRKN. Pan Francis co lightweight, waa due to arrive In Reattla thl* morning, and waa al»o billed to bog at th* I'arllion Utla aI t.moon at >lO. Farrrn la coming her* to tangle with Harry K-ajrlr* In the main go of tha I'arltlon emoker tomorrow night Four oth*r bouta ar* on tomorrow night * card. They follow: Jim Petty va. Rub* Flan, light hewTywelrtita Mtk* M!t -hell va. KdJla N«D, ban tajnwetgtita. Al Birldle ra. Boldler Wood*, wal terwelghta. Hud Fltagrrald va. Bob 1-ea. Even Stephen SMinMie- ae n. it. ra a. s nanw, «f . « • t • I • Haarron, ■ 4 4 t 4 1 t rn»rh. i* 4 4 i l • i I Tame®. rt ........ 4 4 I I S • Krtlr. lb ... 4 1 I • 4 • If 4 114 4 4 Na»l4ace. lb 4 1 I I 4 • Sard**. • 4 ft I 14 I • ie a s st • • 4 » IT 11 1 A*»efi«*a*— a a iv li. po. A. 11 C f 4 4 114 4 l'-rklnip»H|K M. 4 • 1 ft • 1 Kwth, tf 4 1 I • S • rf . t, 4 4 4 ft 4 • IMpp. Ib 4 4 1 If S S 1 I 4 4 1 T 4 MrSkiir. la I 1 1 ft S 4 *rh«t>c. • I 4 I I I 4 Maya, I 4 4 St 4 TMiH II t T IT II 1 Se*»r«» ar taalao: National. 1 4 4 1 1 4 4 1 1^ Am*nrant 44441 444 I—l aummaryr T»« b«»* hlla Ilur«i. Krllr. Thrae-bae* h«ta-- H«h*ne. F. Mouml Horn* r«a Rnth. Itarrlftra kMi ! Wer4. r>*uM« —Ward la ta V*lpf Uft aa baaa Nallnnala 4. I. Sirtiek eat — fir Dwaalaa I. br Mart t- Uanrtraan Al Plata, f!hlll, at flrat baaa. RlfUr; at »*<"• and b««a. lior iarlt r. at third baaa. Qalf lar. Tlma--1 14. PINKMAN STILL MAILS LETTERS Eddie Plnkman, who boaes Hob Harper at the Arena Friday, takes hi* quill In haad to tell Seattle fans thai he has been spending the week end at Vancouver, B. C.. where he la arnuiaiag bouts preliminary to a tiff with Clcate Talt, former Cana dian r ham pi* n. Harper and the rest of the boys on the Al«ia card are working out every afternoon at Austin A Salt's gym on First ave. CHIEF BENDER READY TO QUIT Chief Render, former Athletic pitching star, who won a poimant for New Haven last season. has found out that a loser isn't as sweet a managerial proposition as a win ner. This year his team finished fourth, and now Bender announces, because of the poorer showing of his team, that he wants a change of ioenery for next year. SOCCER MEET ON WEDNESDAY All KUr Soccer league referee* are asked to meet Wednesday at • p. m nt The Star to go over the rules and to make nuKßmtlnna for Improve ment In play In tlie league. It la Im portant that every referee attend this meeting. LUDERUS MAKES GOOD AS PILOT Fred Ludrrus, who succeeded BUI Clymer as manager of the Toledo American Aatoclatlon team in mid season, bringing the club up Into the first division, haa been signed to manage the Mud Hens again In 1812. DIG f.AMK One of the biggest football games of the season 1* booked for next Sat urday when Princeton and the Naval academy mix at Annapolis. Sftsiir S<Q>c<s©ir Stonndiinigs SENIOR DIVISION Tram— Won l>rxt Draw Ooala Tor Oo»!» Agalnat Potntg Mapla Utf Port... I 0 0 10 • * Waat BaatUa 1 • • 13 * * I'tWtofflrn 1 1 0 I T I lioalng Aircraft Club.. Oil > * llaaa Kcknrta • 1 1 t 10 Woodland Park 0S« 1 • * JUNIOR DIVISION IVtiß— Won l>»t Draw Ooala Kor o<*la AgaJnrt Point* Bouth Park 101 * * 3 Jlawthorna Junior* . _ 1 0 1 4 Z * Washington Park .....10 1 < 1 ' I'-aliard Junior* ....... 10 1 0 Z Cowan Clear Co I*l7 2 Falcon A. C 110 S *. » Allan Athlatle Acn'n .. 0 111 * * Ixulc'a r. D. Cteanara. 0 1 1 I * » Kan Parla Hllllajda.... 0 11 1 « 1 Highland Park 0 10 1 T ' Father Plus Son Equals Action pOLI'MBIII. Ohio. Oct. !•. When v th* Father and Bon movement In th* Nee*er family hero r«<» under war. bee I leva u*. there'* ACTION. For th* father. Te<J Nawaer. U tha 211-pound center of tha l'anhandlea, professional football team. Arfd tha Kin. Charley Nesaer, play* In the back field of tha tuna team. Tad la 41. Charley 11. T««t Neaaer la on* of at* football playing brothera. All are member* nf tha Panhandle* and tha Akron JTo*. Brother* played airalnat broth an renentl/ when tha trauna mat ftt Akron. At Neaaer. tha youngeat of tha brother*, la an Akron end. Nw» r brother* on the panhandle* are: Fre< 1, halfback! John, quarterback: Phil, lineman, and Prank, the gtar Lipton Races Loom in South MOBlUfi, Ala.. Oct. 10.—Mobil*. New Orleana, Houston and Pen aiicola buu with yachting talk ax the day draw* near for th* annuil I.lpton cup regatta for Ottlf coast dub* The Southern yatchlng cbiaxlc UkM plac* off I'anaarola oq October 1$ and It. wh*n Prnsaoola will da fend tha cup againat th* other three cvntendi-ra. • Each of the four entrle* wfll nJI two boata of th* fUrtu clan* type Three nice* will be run. Hklpperj will be th* eight be»rt handlera In tha South. They have been selected In elimination ruces heid during th* summer. Th* Upton raeea, tha greatest yachting event In th* South. w«r* Something New in Football Cincinnati* Ohio. Oct. 10—luck in the rood old day» of imbs lance*. the only way a onach thought he could condition a football squad vui by filling them up with bcaf and teartUnf them tha art of kicking each other In tha Mat*. The twentieth century coach looks upon berf as a handicap and the training is aa scientific aa tbe trick playa Thaae scientists art yearly perfect- Laws Mean Nothing to Her Honolulu, Hawaii. Oct i» Would you go half way Around tha globe on tha chanc* of seeing a prlre fight? Wall, maybe. If you war* of th* "fan" rarlety. Or If you were Mrs. Tommy Ollfiro. Husband Tommy, a light weight, la fighting at the Stadium In Sydney. Australia. In Octoteer. He passed thru Honolulu about a month a*o. Than, because she h Tommy's good luck, aa alie puts It, the pretty Mrs. Tommy started to follow him. She got as far aa Han Francisco firm Ia» Angeles, their home. There the British consul stopped| her. Mrs. Tommy was born in Ham burg. Germsny. And Australia pa—d a law, following the armistice. Zinn Beck Gets Place in Sun C)IA:MBtA. 8. C., Oct. 10.—Zinn Iteck, maruiger of the Columbia team In the Sallle league, profession ally known as the South Atlantic As sociation of Baseball clubs, gets n place In the sun. During his two years' regime at Columbia he haa brought home two pennants. The Columbia moguls ware seek- Ing a successor to the veteran Tom Clarke, former catcher for the Cln- STATE FANS ENTER TEAMS IN CONTEST LETTERS are coming In from all parts of the state whh selec tions for All-Star Pacific Coaat league teams In the contnat being conducted by The Btar. All of these letters must be turned In by October IS, at I p. m. Pans have been asked to pick aev hn Coast league regulars, two catch ers, five pitcher*, two utility men and a manager. Any player who took part In ten or more games dur ing the past season Is eligible. Fans should write on one side of the paper only and should address their letters to the All-Star Editor of The Seattle Btar. The fnn plcWng the tea* or clos est to the team picked by ail the Cans will win 110. Miss Cecil L«ttrh. the greatest ef all timn solfem. usee ten clabe. of th* (run, who play* foil. Charley'* father. Tod. in 4 M» nncla John of th* I»*nhandle* op posed iomr of th* itronffnt team* of the collrglate history, 14 year* back. In 1»0« the hn played with the old Manalllon Tigers, who defeated the Carllal* Indiana I to 4 at Ctore Uxi.l, playing In alz Inch** of mow In 1906 Ted and hi* brothera were with the aame team when ft defeated Chicago University. I to I. They played their flrat football with the old Panhandle*, organised among the employe* of the railroad ■hop* at Dennlaon. Ohio. That wm taw-k In IMI. John Neaaer. the oldest brother, la 41, but a till play* football. He ael flom play* the entire gain*, however. inaugurati-d Uat year, whan Sir Thorna* Llplcn presented to tho Southern Tacht club of New'Orleana th* handaoma cup. The conditions were that the cup would b* a par petual trophy, offered each year to the wlnolng Golf coast club la an annual regatta. The New Orleans dub IRimedtataty offered to th* cup an comer*. The Penaacola Tact# club, th* only contender that year, wa* tbe victor. Th* entrance of the Raatrrn Share Yacht club of Mobile, and the Houaton Launch club of Houston, waa made thl* year. Thooaands of winter tourist* will be attracted to Florida and South Alabama for th* event. Ing new training method*. Tha grtdder* at th* University *f CJiw-Anatl this season ara training with a "booking strap." It 1* expected te make tha player* more proficient at carrying th* bail, strengthen shoulder mmarries, and at th* same tlm* develop a coa ple of snappy tackier*. Handle* on tbe strap enable two player* to hold back th* man with th* ball whils hs does hi* best to adranca. ban-in* all (itrmin bom people from the commonwealth tar a pa>tot of three jtart. "Too cant go to A —tl alia." the San Francisco onnwul told Mra Tommy. And he refused to via* bar put* port. "But I'm Tommy's good hick," the girl pleaded. "Ha cast win anlaaa I'm with htm." Bat tho consul wasn't tmpraaaad In the foast. "11l take a chance," salf Mra. Tummy. "IH go anywhere. Why. once In Los Angeles Tommy waa Knocked out JUfit because I wasn't at tha ringside." And Mrs. Totfny passed thro Honolulu recently on her way to Australia. She Is going to take a chance on getting Into the country, pa an port vise or no passport visa. clnnatl Beds, who carried Columbia to the rag In 1»19. They scoured the woods, and down In Ororgetown, s. c., they found Beck managing a potato farm. Beck was about to give up ba*eball.\after a profitable year In the Coast 1 ramie, but accepted the Columbia offer and was bought from Vernon. In 1920 the Comers were never out of flr*t pines and In 1921 they have been out of first place only for a day or so at a time. WHITE SOX WIN FOUGHT BATTLE CHICAGO, Oct. 10.—The White Sox walloped tbo Cuba for the fourth straight Uim In tb« Chicago city aa»< riea, hero, yesterday, winning, J to 1. Hodges outpltched Alexander, the latter lowing hla nwond start in the series. The Sox need one more game to become city champions. ALL-STARS WIN FROM SEATTLE The All-Stars defeated the Seattle Coasters In the final game of the a Ba ton here yesterday, < to S. It waa a listless game. I loss and Crumpler pitched for the Stars. while Brenton and Jacob* did the chorea for Be nttle. Moat of the plnycra left for California after the game. BALTIMORE WINS FORFEITED MIX I/)Ulimi,lJ?, Oct. 9.—The fourth game of the Junior world aeries wu forfeited to Baltimore In the ninth Inning when fans stormed the field, after some clone decisions favoring Baltimore. Baltimore led. It to 4. Th« series Is now even at two games all. The teams will now shift to Baltimore. HAPLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE riMrvt W BICYCLES " 3 ',gyg.gM*v| PAGE 9 Junior Squads Bunched Close Game* Again Fea ture Star Soccer Leaguer in Second Set of Melees CIX)BK games with on* exoep* tlon. again featured The Star Horner l«sgue tiffs Sunday In tha second art of gamne for the season. The Maple and Went Hnattto went Into a tin for first place In th* senior division with their aecootl straight victories. Tha Leafs wal loped Woodland park at Woodland park. 4 to 0, whlla tha West Hider» playd bona with the Haas-Kckar. Cigar company, winning » te 1, aX Lincoln park. In the other senior (same of tha <l.ir the Postoffloe team took a tinma and defeated the Roelng Aircraft club at Lincoln park by a S to & tally. The Junior trams fiatvii th* schedule with three hardfoufbt draw rames. all coin* to a 1 to 1 total. Washington Park and South Partt dished up one of the fastest pmag of the day when they played on* oC these draw games at South Park. South I'srk acored In tha first half from a scrimmage, whila Washla#» ton evened It up In from a p«mK|* kick in the second pertod. Hawthnrna Juniors and LnMl French, Pry Cleaners battled to & 11 verdict at Walla Walla plarflsM. and I ha/ Allen Athietio aaaociatloa pin yed an even (ane at 1-1 wl& tha ften Parts BUUards at Ix/war Woo*, land park. In the other Junior games th» Cowan Cigar Co. team play was too) much for Highland park. Cowan wl|> nlng 4 to • In their mn* at Hte» wat ha. and the Ballard J union* trimmed the Falcoa A. C at tipper" Woodland park by * * to • am Bi*l» a I.rea I* Kfttta ahaaaftoa (tea, the Veteraa eapart ktSjil ■akrakeai striae ml t! i I wtw «*■** mm l»Mlla at Ik* ill il illiilim Rater lasua. M 1 Celtfarat* Oelf *nrl*ilß«. mtailllli* J orcaatalnf a flre-maa t— ■to db'aHaaga I tbe Soetaerß Qsllferßls Oetf MmMMI *| for the tram abamplea tree*#; esNMtk I mi I*ate1 *ate 7eJS?ey*et Uef MsaatsT MaM I tha daed of fin, U* iaalcis «**•* W*H 1 liawi a challenge fee th* TM»| at HN 1 time darlas a ya*r. 1 1 A satt far tn.Nt dsaisg** far MM In 4 1 •f hta rtrtit era. Miadat by a blew fn*b 1 • calf bell, baa bean t>rea«M by Oss I ealtaa Toebay, 11-yaar-eld «*««>■ MgtMjl j| Franklin Wabatar *f East unan K.JI«, M ta tha Newark court. KHllfilM* Ml J ckaried la the eempialat. I OJ. ft- MeOelleaa ef the I—' I »alfa». ta th^*meat piaakkf ' I pierces la Ureal Britain. 1 Defeat* are ebmlag r*|M» far M W British coif prsfssslenaia Doacaa aa% ■ Mitrhan. a* thay approach th* aed *g. ■ tkair te«ir of tkl* coantry *ad fhss—■ I The amber ef aew weaeaa p*lta* It* I Portland, especially ea the faaasaea* ' tfl land rearer, may result la tka devaiep-t ■ mant ef aomi blfh class fsmla|a* pi*jNs 9 ara 1 In* li£!Z "a? Um* hIK 9 asest, is the held** ef tfc* Elks |a« ■ rhsmpfenrhlp ef Tawaia. Mh* area i ;U the title fraau Bpeaaer Cearew. I Mr* John Clark we* the aaeaaaMpi 9 rhumplonrhtp ef the Spokane Ooaatr?? |a club for tha w«d ronaecutlve time ra» < fl pntljr by defeatlag Mr*. R. T. Ohapttki fl Willi* Hrlwaa, pi nfa—linnl faka, jfl wtie has bern in Australia for It ye«i%? |fl racantlr arrlrcd la Ban Praa*l*a*. Ml ■ he pas to leasts la California. ■ John Denui mmiM tbe DAM £ Crnntrr rleb r»Jf tiUe tmslly by I drfeaating W. K. tilwi, * ap sad t. L hmi'i uabl scare tec l£e M Wm LINCOLN AND BROADWAY TO i BEGIN PLAY! 1 LINTOIaN aitd Broadway, onmH , •rod fa to rt ton for Um prop ert*\ title, will swing Into actioa for th» \ first time this week. Braadway i opens Its season with Quean Ana* \ Friday, while LJncoln tangles Y l ** J Franklin tha following day. Botfc 1 games ore booked for Denny field. Queen Anna kicked thru with t j 10-to-3 *Hn over Ballard, 1920 Cham- I plona, Saturday, largely thru tbt i great work of Jesse Douglas, the star j hill half. Franklin opened Its seasna with a 4 16-to-O "UAory orar Wast Seattle ths ] day be*t,. 1 OREGON ELEVEN GOES TO HAWAII The University of Oregon football tenra will play two powt-seasoa games In Hawaii, meeting the Vnfc veralty of Hawaii on December It, and playing the Hawaiian All-Star* oo January 1. NEW GOLF QUKKN - Miss Hollina, of New York, la til* new American woman'* ltnka ohasa* [ilnn. She defeated Alex Stirling, five-time champion. I and 4. at Deal, K. J, Saturday. Johnny Trambltas and Archie Btoy are boxing six rounds in Aberdeen 1 tonight. Daddy, Boldt's Butterhorns are de licious.—Advertisement.