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Great Centers Play Saturday Dunlap, W. S. C, Captain, and George La tham, California Pilot, to Play Opposite Each Other in Portland Game BY LEO H. LASSEN WO of the jpratest centers in the Pacific fir I |J Const conference will clash Saturday when 11 U the Washington State Cougars and tho Cali fornia Golden Bears get together in their annual gridiron struggle at Portland. I L. "Dutch" Dunlap. All-Coast center for Pull- X man yew. will hold down this berth J \L » against George Latham, the husky Calif or- IJSv—I nia passer. in the tiff that is expected to ! settle the 1921 Coast championship. And both men are captains of their upactive teams. The l>att!e of these centors ought to he a ISC Wffht for boys and girls lucky enough to see the |ig fracas. And. incidentan.v. George Varnell, the Spokane official. pho picks the All-Coast team each season, will handle the (kbtie in this game. Saturday's game is also expected to Kttk the All-Coast center l>erth for the season. Of eourse. there is a chance that Stewart, of O. A. C., will Cthe job, because he is rated mighty high as a center, it looks like Latham and Dunlap will have the edge. Exact Parallel in Service Game la tiart parallel <>( this situation will mbt when Uw> Armor and Bar? arm* In thrir bit garar of the seai-on at New Turk In Novwn kf. Bath captains arr playing mUr, Uwn holding dunn tba Dm? P»t and tiraena playing ti* »*me poallkm far Iho Army. Aw water* are rankist rlrhi itp with (he b»t nvli ra in tlw puna mi B be HT Debt witcn they (<t lofrthfr. Prep Captains Loom for All-City flor captains arc standing aut strong as AiLCUy material In the local Hfk school rur*. Jesse Pouglas. tha stellar Queen Anna halfback, la (Meat a oincb for an Ail-City berth If be keeps up bis present pace. Aai then there's Knight Lowry, of Ballard, and Kd.hr McttUl, of fmaklia. both captain*, and both strong contender* foe the other All-City Mftack lob. Three players will meet Friday In the Franklin-Ballard fUDf it Denny fielfl and the >Mg« may to to either one of them. It BMW ta favor bo wry at present. TV fourth rapt .tin la j«int FMV*»t«r, of West Seattle, Hm b Mtaf aut brad and »houMrn abnre the reel of the fullbacks of lbs seoeca so tar. The only other fullbacks iheatac are B* Ibi-W of Broadaray and Carroll of Franklin. Fornwtor baa km la a rtaas by hlnwelf *o far. Dean Boyle, tha little wonder nun of Lincoln, would be rfc* fifth rap bis ta the rare for an All-City po*ltk>n becauna hs Is In a claas by him ■K bat bU lajured arm may k.-ep bun on the sideline*. Ha was the dßbal All-City quarter last season snd he showed by bia work In ths Issl minutes of the Ballard game last week that ha ta tba saiaa great jfeyer that bs waa last year In spit* of hia Injured arm. ■HI Moyer. tba Broadway captain, haa llttla chance of p!ac*ng oa the OOty squad because there ars several ends wbo hare shown batter iMty «o far than the Tiger cupula. Robertson Stars for Dartmouth Wdf bMtall Urn who marrrk-4 ti lb* wotwWful lariru4 r***- kc •( Mc Jim R-ibrUon. Ihr. Dmruaatuth kalltati, U»t yrmr jgainal Twbiagtan. will fcr to Know thai big Jin U **-un -larring fcr lfet Green ia Ihrlr iri<i mnf< thw falL tu em ih« ftr»k half «t the IK# with i kmkrn aliMMrr, but hr rrrtminlr • ■ -—*_» —M ft _ m a! ■ * mm ~ played waadrrful footMl hrrr In «pH* of Um> kmc lijntt. lie N » great *Um*rr pU»»r, ktakipc. lhrowin( pmmm and nmnin* wtlh Mm M M aa4 mlth his ZN poumfc of berl brim a iwvtk drfmaita Call Stuart Another Harley MM* Weatem football critics are etlllni Johnny Stuart, th* Ohio (Ut» gaartarback. * aecoad "Chick- Harley. and that la com* pralae. MMa siid expert* thruoit tha country ranked Ilarley a* on a of tb* P«MI backs that r*ar trod • football field. Stuart waa given nvmt or to credit (or hla team's win aver Michigan last Saturday. ll* made one ttyud run for a touchdown after catching a punt. Doncan and Mitchell Tarn in Great Goli BT SOT GROVE IE DUNCAN and Abe Mitch " (0. tha great English golfing Ht an going home. Their foot- RMs an tha grama of America AW what la meant by consistent ktfMt go'.f. IMr game* were no exhibition*. Mktag tricky, there waa no holetng * ia ace on a iOo yard fairway Ml tbe eyes shut, there was noth t«tet OOI.F. the kind of golf that bgl&nd knows. tWy played 105 round*, crowding t late N day*, traveled many thou Mi sjlle* and In that short time Vtoiltd putt* with the greatest < tar amateur* and professionals U victories and 17 defeat*. H* true that Ted Ray and Harry *••00, la their driving tour of •toil-a lart year, piled up an lm- Wfcf score for 1 d hole matches, but JNO. E. O'BRIEN * lakfr mi W*»'t Odthft So€ lilm It Vit or Orercoat TO ORDER, Forty Dollars CMUsg aad I'lttlaa Dsst by no. e. omntf M Afcaelate Satisfaction _ Advice on Care of Teeth jNjol work, no gyv. 3 '•**" The w i nmmwWl 7?) teeth will WMTfMEmu E,"* sale*. f ||BB 3? ,"*aa and 1 tartar. |JSW§I sTr* *nd oth " ??" 1 A Vis. roar dentist W ' hr»« nr . n <J teeth P. *uff*r of th* "*■ ». BROWN < el.in.bla St. •W wv«r Twenty Year* Seattl*'! Deotlst. and Boys' Clothing " Tl ' SHOES, FIR.VIBHI.NGS s On* Prloe— Cash or Credit plumbing REPAIR* w -*m!T t * r *" u *• u bk *■. *■ ■tki.l.MA* * co. I*ll Klrhth Arm. thli average aumot be pitted against tba consistency of the late tourists who played their gam-* In SO holes. The superior quality of golf by thla famous team has left broken reeorda on eight of our eottrsea and In tba S3 matches they have Indi vidual acore* of 70 or bc«|er. Dun can'a grand average for th* trip we* 7S.H igalnx! 72.1t of Mitchell'*. On mora than 14 courses they equaled the eltib records. Thl* swinging record of th* Briton* baa never been equaled on either side of the water. Their first feat on reaching Amer lea was to defeat Hutchison and their only defeat* wer* at the hands of amateur*. Duncan, who played here Inst year, was aurprlsed to find the great stride th* American* eould ro.ik" In perfect ing oonrars In a alnsle year. "American courses," snld Duncan, "are getting nearer every year to the one* of England, in tlie perfect ing of the f.Urways and green*, and my only objection la to the smooth neaa of some rouraee. They lark In traps and bunkers to make the game a little more interesting."* Dance "Oet Acquainted Night," Tues.. at Urlght*. l «04 4th—<Adv.) J Trcrv+J by sfo*m*ir | II DAIT.T. 0. tl a n. 1. I. I. I a a j I gpselal Son Trip T a m . I p a. ■ Me tar One Tick*4 I Ma far Tw* Ttckata | rDAII.T AT ■IDRIOar I ■ fPoea not go to Victoria on ■ ■triplAvlngSeattlePeLNlgbuE ■ Meaday, Wednesday, Friday, | 1 TiOO a. as. .1 I DAILY II P. «*. I ■—srnTTT-..• p.M. | yrusrs, Twi I a. —•—frelabt only. | Ma*day I J/irtcA&c# a y Harl»/-P&vidron Motorcydrt GRIDIRON STARS "Dutch" Dunlap, Washington State captain, and re garded as one of the greatest renters in the game. He. will be seen in action here against Washington Turkey day. Junior Leaders to Mix Young Soccer Players Hold Stage Sunday; Leaders vt. Weak Ones Reports that rowdyism marred the lien Paris Bil liards-Ballard Junior Star league soccer game at Ix)wer Woodland park Sunday, have reached the Star. This mast stop and drastic action will be taken to keep the games dean. Any players report ed by referees for roway tactics or abusive lang uage will be barred from The Star league for the season. Only two such reports have been re ceived from referees. A lot of games have been played and the great ma jority of football players want clean soccer. If some of the players think they can't get along with out fighting on the side they will have to get along without playing in The Star circuit. JLTNIOR tame* win bold the oen fr of Interest In The Star Soccer league Sunday, with most of the leader* clashing. The race la a tight one and Sunday'* results may cauae a big shakeup In the standings. TUa Cowan Cigar Co. eleven «roee out to South Park to battle tbe clasay Park t' am. Thla ahould be one of th® b*-t game* of the day. Washington Park and the Falcon Athletic asaoi iatlon. another pair of strong junior trams, tangle at Low «r Woodland park. The complete tchedule fop- Sun day. with the time of the game*, follow*: Jrvio* DITISTO* Wasfclnf'in Park 11 Kt:»» A. Qat l»w»r Wmhu«:<l park a! 1 p. m l.oui»*a Pr-n< I) I>rr <"i»an*ra vs. Allen Athlatle ten. iatlon al I'ppsr Woodlaed Itark at 1 p. m. flatlard Juniors w lll*h'.ar<l Park at Upper Woo<ttan<t park at It J*. cowan figmr Co. vs. Souta Park at Routh Psrk at 1 p m. li-n Paris fwlllards »t HivUionil •fnalers at Walla Walla St I II p. in. SKMOS IHIMON Mapts T>af» vs. !«<>, ins Aircraft rtsh at I»»i>r Woodland park at 7 J* p m. Po»toffi,-e *s W««i g«attls st Walla Walla at I p. ta. Has* k«Karu va Woodland Park at t'ppsr Wo-vrtinnd park st 3 'lO a in. Assignment of referees will he pttbllthed In The Star within a day or two WASHINGTON —William Crowe, republican leader In Pennsylvania, sworn In aa Junior aenator from that state. 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OHIO 307 t;WIVr.HMTT IT. 1 #»»•»!*• Krurr-rat«r»*a C«k No. 6 Green to Test Gil Dobie Men Dartmouth and Cornell Mix Saturday; Another Menu of Big Garnet Git, nonirs Cornell IM», an eleven that hax proved to br the moat P'iw rful scoring machine In the Kast *o fur. faces lta first r*.il (fit of th* season Saturday at Itliaca, N. Y., with Dartmouth's strong Green squad furnlihlng tt>« oppoxition. Pobln's men hsvs win thru the araaon ao far with four straight victories and ao baa LMrtlnouth. Tha Dartmouth mruad to aal<l to ba avert stronger than tha Uim that walked on Washington laat year. Dartmouth downed Cornell laat *ea.«on but Doble I* said to have one of hla wonder team* again thia mason. Anyhow, aftt* Haturday Se attle fana will know Ju?t how atrong hla outfit really la Another big game on tha football horlann for Haturday la the aerond Centra college-Harvard scrap. Cen tre'* 'praying colonel*" gave Har vard ona of lta hardest flghta la»t year and with Ho McMillan hack In nnlfonn the Ketitucklana can be counted upon to give the Crimson • real battle. Penn Ktate's powerful team g»e« to tha mat with Oeorgla Tfch on State's home ground*. Thia ought to be another whale of a battle, a* both , teams have shown a lot of power. Tal« Brnwn snd Prlnflntors on Vlrvinta. whlld Pltt«htirg land ivnntrlvaniA Haah in PhfU drtphlA In the other big came of th* Far Kant. M LI'MP IC-O-AL ■ (lean. Light In Aah I $9.50 I r«r Ten. Delivered In L*ad ■ La*e 1 GARFIELD 2743 Public AacHoii of New Town tl Port Olympic Lots Fire Town Lota to Be Given Free at Auction Sale in Tacotna Oct 27th New Town of Port Olym pic Adjoins Capital City on North—Deep Water Harbor—Fine Berry and Fruit lißnd. TACOMA Oct. IT PMbtle aoe tloa sale or town lot* In the new town of I'ort Olymple will talie place In the Tacoma Theatre, T acorn a. Waeh, Oct. »7. t»JI, at 1 p. m. aharp, at wblnfa time five lota will be given avar te five pere«na In the audlance. Thia new town la located about all mile* north of Oljrmpla, with over seven mile* of d»ep water and protect -d harbor Th* Cap ital fitjr will be served through thia tlarbor. Port Olrmple will fumlah tlx Induatrial aliee for thoee wlehlng to avoid paring high prteea Tor location* and thoee aeeklng a low tat rate. The N'nrpla Realtr Corporation haa aeeured th* aervlee* of r> W Morrow, the former general land and town*ile aa*nt of the ('hi eevo. Milwaukee and St. I'anl Hallway, who will have eharse of the rule of th* tnwnettx and the loca'lnir of the Indimtrlee Pue to He proapectlve Indua trl*a and It* nrortucta raiae.d from more lhah 1,000 arree of land which <'.!a*ae* with th* moat pro du«'tlve In the elate, the euecee* of thia n*w townalte ie aaeoned. Five to ten acre* of thia uo uenaily productive land, which i* particularly adapted to the growth of berrie*. grape* and all kind* of native frtiTta. a* well a* to Intenelve fanning, will keep a family of four to elx pereon* In exceptionally good circum*lanc* * —ln fact, they should put a neat little sum in the bank eacb month. The new town of Port Olympic alio boa*ta of two boatitlful beach ea, iineurpaaeed for bathing and for summer outing*. Along It* ahorc* oyetera, ahrlrnpa and other rare aea fooda are plen tiful. Thr Simeon Auction Cemptn; will conduct the auction fur tha Norpl* H«*lty Corporation, with main office* at 230 Lyon Building. Baaltl*. Wuh. THE SEATTLE STAR WHAT 75 YEARS DID FOR BASEBALL Chleagn. tha iwm that trampled on Prtn«**»B laat week. will »-> up Agalnat OttlArtdu In anoth«r liittrNottoMi |int« at Cblt«|o telurilaF, Onanf* and Montana Btate «Uab ll gpokane Haturday. Itltnote and Michigan. both ant of tha "nig Tan" championship. fat together thia wa«k at Urbane. Indiana tha powerful Netre Dama ttam at Indlanapolla thia week. The three-quarters of a century'that has elapsed sincc (he flrat match game of baseball was played ha* wrought wonderful changes in the great American game. It was in 1H46 that the Knickerbocker club team, composed of fellows who had started the playing of buseliall on a "diamond" an proposed and laid out by Alex ander Cartwright, one of the dub members, met the "New York Nine" in Jersey City. The Knickerbocker* sprang an elevtnth-hoar surprise by appearing on the field in uniforms—blue trousers, white shirts and straw hats, they won, 21 to 11. They played on a field they leased in Jersey for a few dollar*. And out of that game has grown the present day major league*, with millions of dollars invested in concrete stands surrounding expensive field sites, a ruling mogul who draws down $42,. r >oo yearly, and high-mlaried playing stars who are bought and sold for sums ranging up to $125,000. \\ hat would Cartwright think, d'ye suppose, were he to return to the Polo Ground* today? Ttaa might? Onfnn AfftM, the I#mh thai lleied W Mtilnftna •mindly la*t NMtiHir, HftHia up agai»*4 MaafoH In ilta gam* neit to lh« \\ Miiiiifion Htal* California |«me In ImiHtfiMW Ml til* ( U»*l Nilnnfftjr, miil nlirr Hit* glMjll tl—Hit f*i»a Will kMM bmuv h«m y\ wllUi|t4m i«uipMif« wit li filknfanl. f»tnnfar«| piny* Iha "W" *l*%*n hara lha fal lowing *Ntk. fiMfard play* A Afflet al I'ala Alt*. Whitman and Montana nnlfwdty will Biwt thia nrth at Mlawvla lafaralla, with a watJ af fire atmlfht wUaa, play* Ralfna. SPORT It's tio tport for invalids— follotring the beaglrg. But if you have endurance and can sprint and jump, it's great fun. This modern Diana was snapped taking a hedge in the Royal Air Force meet at Ramcnoick Manor, England. Seattle Youth in Farce at Cornell W. A. AvcrlU. of ?:ko Uth ave. S W., a student at Cornell university, la appearing In a college faroe-eom edf. "Room US." durlnar the fall homeromlng feativltlea, according to word received here. $1.85 I SAVE YOUR EYES Failing Eyesight Restored by Our System IT I* TIIR ftOUKTIIIKQ BK mniis uum n orh uLtiiiiu Don't Pay Exorbitant Prices OIR OI'FKIti A pair ot our cryetal spherical Imam for either distance or reading. spe-Macle or ey* class frame, complete for one dollar and elffhty-fiva centa, In cluding examination. UU HOT IIKaTHOT TOUR >;ykhi<;iit iiv wkaiunu roon (iUUKi noini.i: vmns ni^mri The f>la«lr l.ems With Two Slahta Aak <• see them. ovr.n m vr*nv i:tn itiRNCK 11 ruin* i* »I:atti.K U. S. OPTICAL CO. i*2»rlu»lveljr Opflrnl Sprriallita 1203 THIRD AVE. (ilamn Itepalrfd anil llrvkea lenses Dupllrntrd Thoroughness] ■"haracterlies our methods la eyary transaction, and our cus tomer* are accorded every cour tesy consistent with souitl busl uoss Judgment. * 4% Pain an tarls(« lemslt Accounts Subject to Cthack Arm Cordially Invited Peoples Savings Bank ! kiCCOMI AVE. ANIi I*l KJB ST. Nabraaka »nd Oklahoma tangle (■ Uncoln. Nab . In tha lamt fhat la *«- p«< t».l to <Ma tha Muauurl valla? title Saturday. lowa, ana of tha darll hnraa antrlaa In tha "Big Tan,* m*«rtg I'uMua at lafayatt* Saturday. f3 mar RaalrrMMi'i mirrralty a# Miltrrti ( ailfanila a<ioa4 will aiarlt up againat Pantana at laa Angalaa kMr. notn tha Army and Nary hare iut ran.oa this week, the Army playing Kj»ii)«b*nnA and the Nary. flethany. WlTlamatra arfn. * with tha Oolla|| of Y*uget Hound at Salem, Or a., title week • ad. WlMMhi awl Nlu«aata play thair animal gama at Madbaa Saturday. Tata antartaJaa lirown at Naw lla*ea Saturday. Tenn*eore and Vanderbflt ml* tn tha l>l|i*»l fk>uth»rn |aiaa at Kaahvttla Sat urday. EAGLE IS KILLED TRYING TO CARRY OFF LITTLE GIRL VANDKRtroor, n. r, o*. ss. —While the 9 year old daughter of \V. 8. Ulbt* wax playing on the veranda, a lorse, bald headed ea*l" swooped down upon her, catching tha child with lta talon* by the arms and fleahy part of the body. The girl aerenitied- The erles attracted tha mother, who came out and triad to boat the bird off, but waa unsuccessful. Matthew Hempla happened to ba near tha bouee. and upon hearing tha screams ha*tened to tha arena, picked up a large atlck and beat the nagl* to death. The eagle metuiured over wren feet and *»a powerfully built. Th* child's flush waa badly torn. Itf.uk KkmowUdgmr»M «&.&!» It never rains but it pours! » IT WAS "company A BUT WHEN I*cot fcMM, 1 rOUND tt* Brotu, mr HAD A ak-k baby. - > AND COULDN'T com* -' r *° l ekort> * d " ofc » *° r - WONT aua and 1 ha vat, •WILL EATa for tw*l* BUT NO, Ba* aal<L e * e "YOU DONT BttppOM. • e e I'D WASTE all this food, a a e JUBT ON youl"' AND BO I M)<l see -LETS PHONE th* Smiths. BUT THEY k*4 haadachas. e e e THEN WE triad th* Jonesaa. AND THEY f*U for It a e e AND WHEN frub for touv a a a WAB JUST About ready. THE PHONE ball tinkled. ' see AND THE Brown baby was batten. AND A tulnute later. THE BMITHS chan*** ttstr mind. ( ANO THE Mtasns falntad. *^-yr>v "OH, WELL,"* I uli Jl "THE MORE th* iMrrlar. W\|Hl WHAT'S*THE difference! B iISDBBI 1C IP THERE Isn't M*ufh food. I IT ONDERTOL companf, • • • VV Chesterfields any tlma, I'LL PEED th* malea. anywhere. Jast »*era to "hit th* • • • spot" Good tobacco*. fXM ON THE clgaratte* that satisfy. blending, (by a private formula • • • that can't M cop:*d}, good-look- ANO YOU vomaa can talk. ing package with an air-tight • • • wrapper. On *Tery count, aa AND BETWEEN tha twrv. all-around downright good • • • smoke. "Satlafy"* Ail ova WE'LL ALL be SaUsOed. 1 * the plac*. Chesterfield CIGARETTES y Liooxtt k Mvni Tobacco Co. ——-—- Changes in Star Soccer Lists Are Due Wednesday Cbntigi-a In iu»'i-r registration for Sunday'* |um or* due ae u«ual not Inter than Wednesday night The** changes wilt be listed Thursday and manager# should check to see that their changes are Hated, niota want to bs aura that their registra tions are Inside tha IS man limit because players registered over tha limit axe ln< -llglbta. lll^F Ceeege lagla. tenner fteaMl* light waigtlt, la plaaainf la aliwnpl • »«>inr6arli In tha rinf. Ifa la aaw In r«»ril«iMl aatW tha iwanafeusant of Millie liwastWn. » ravea la n>al« ti OCoff<B np with KMm rink mmn far a bout hara In tha atar fitara. Ramatala wHtaa from Portland th*t Al*i Tramltltaui la In Una for a t*ou: with Jiifk I'rltf.n for th* wor l a o««!»*r aallht tltla for aoma tlma In Novaml>ar. Hit StV -ha ktVl not hating Let-a named )rt flanry Borbr*. thn Oakland ao narn*d br thr Oakland rrlbM, amy ha hrnught ur t# o«attla tu uts with Iravla L»avia In tha •*ar future. AfUr ho*tag tha hawi ataptad ba both WU hlto and Tulms. (ha promnt ava who flnoJly do atogo tha Mlka t.lhtmm* Mlka O'l»owd fuaa ought to draw a rorortS gwta with all tha pab licit* it tusa boeu gl\rt*T Wattling Ort#r« I* eertatn»y hitting tha aVMs A M"1 nara*Kl I'atraar knocked him cild again tha nthar night Just a >aar ar ao aao the "liottiar" waa ona of tha beat middleweight* la tha game. iforgaa Jaaaa and ▲! Gnanaa will got ♦ r>a»-fh#r In the main avant at Taenia Thursday night In * alx-rntffid bout Ther fought a draw th»re a roupla of woke ago R»ry:o Rtramaratla will go on with Johnny Hogan lu tha aaml wifidup. Tmnkla Farra® la bovtng Aba lflah kind in Portland la a round go to morrow night ™ Fowler to Box With St. Clair Lightweighta Clash in a Pavilion Smoker To night; Usual Bouts Monk fowler. the New Orlrnnn lightweight, will have hia gecoti I chanca to prove the data that hi* manager. Jack claim* for him. tonight «lipo he go«*« up against Willie HV. Clair, the colored Portland bojr, at the Pavilion. Fowler fought * clore acrap with Kddle I'lnkman tai>t wMk, Plnkman pelting a hairline declalon. Manr of the fana plrk'd Fowler a* tha winner. Fowler ahowed fair clever ne*» and an ability to take punlah ment, but be didn't ahow much of a wallop. St. rnalr, on the other hand, atowed Johnny Jordan away In the neeond round of their bout, ahowlnf the blgg'-at kirk that he haa demon atrated In Lheae parta for a lone time. RU Clair la * trrxy worker in the ring, and If ha want* to fight ha ahould force Fowler to ahow at hla beat. The rent of the card follow*: A 1 Biddle va. Hoy McCajclin, welter weight*; Ked Gallagher va. Al Win ter*, middleweight*; Johnny Jordan v*. Kid Johnaon, lightweight*; Joe Kohn va. Frank llayea, welter weight*. The flrat boot I* *che4vl«d to fet under way at I 30. rHIT^ADKUPHIA.—Mm. Cordelia Riddle Duke (ranted final decree In divorce from Angler B. Duke. Survival of tbe Fittest If yon wait too Inog I may not be able to hulld up your ruo-down ronetttutton. Taken In l time. Soap LaVa Water. Klectrlc Light Hatha, Scien tific manual manipulation and Swedlah Movements will do wondera. DR. EMIL GREEN ■eiletl rkyaleal Dtmttf It Liprr lUdg.. 3rd Caltnkk, tuiiatt zam PACE 9