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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY. 11. 1022.
Overconfidence Is Not Threatening Varsity Cagers BY LEO H. LASSEN J7OR the first time in years, a Washington athletic team enters Coast competition considered one of the strong contend ers for first honors. That team is the Sun Seattle Hockey Lineup Shifted for Vancouver Mets Must Halt Rush of Champ Forward Line Changes and Jim Riley Will Be Back at Defense Tonight BY LEO 11. LASSEN I'GR linn lli>* Rickey. th» *ter- Unc 4<' na* pia> - •r. bu born on 11m bench with hi« Injured knee* th« hockey race h» bwn a wrlM o( Jolta (or the M. u Tcuni Gor don Knurr ha* filled In <mpabl> but he Isn't »i fnoudi to uti mn of a r«ful*r )«t> yet. Tonight Jim Riley, th* bur forward, will be »h«vnl bark to lb* ik-frnee and ArefeM Br I den will taka Kllay's place at left win*. It »aa thou«ht that ttlrkey would be l»»< k on the )ob tonlsht. but chances are that he won't be able tu •tart the came. Krank Foyaton will he bark at can tar tontrht. and Bernle Morris will be ahtfted to rleht win* Mnrrla right- handed ahot ta beetled on the win*. Vancouver la back In atrlde again, defeating Victoria 4 to 0 the other right. and going back In flmt place. A win tor the Seattle seven tonight will Juat about knot the race again. 10* It will put ttirm even with Vic toria and but a »lngle point from the leader*. Vancouver'* lead b •are after tonight'* same tempo rarily. regardless of the outcome. Vancouver'* players are all In good condition for tonight'* tiff with Ui« exception of LJoyd Cook. Mia ] •y» waa slightly cut in the Monday 1 Same. The team* are expected to line up a.« follows for the faceoff at I 30. ! leallle raHle* Vaeenever Ktimac Ooal Uhmfcn Hrk*T D»f nil' Oaek I Defenee t»»i>. an I Wafker R»>« UeKer Ruet IWt Wm* Harrft* I Heme KlfHI Win* Skinner j FerMfl* '"ertee ......... A dam* ' Kri'teft t'tllltr Ptriei Oaeer... flllllr Tobln "m -H—s#'' ishwow, Tldarte'l bark»f lilt (hs tabnfM? Aft#f pUjluf a fine i*«it la her* Johnson didn't i* ao «e>ll |r later •*»«! l»# haa bwn ihlfled h«'li la and Hmrrt Mf#hing la rater. Mnwn's pohs rhe<k la atlll nnrilng, Hat ha Im'l •knling '•»! enough to ee»er the ka M*«saar7 for • rater ta take rare of. The penalty »hnt haa roma to atar. •• |nnounr*d Hi Tha Utar wv»rtl ago Tha diatan* a tor tha penalty rings hi* been set at J4 feat haing mo*#<l 14 feet rlo*r than flrat plannM Ho far three shots ha*a been r#,nvartad Ja*-k Adams, Tommy I 'undardala and Wllf Uooghlln ttrtjflng C*a!gary Is at 111 heading tha Prairie fsag'ie by a wide margin and unlets the ath*r thraa laami In tha elr» ult epea»l op tha t'algarlaaa will cop tha elitm •Jonsblp. Tonight's game at Ih# Arena marks tha opening of tha serssd half of U»a ( oaat Iragae season. Tha winner nf tha playoff ha*we#n the Coeet rhamplons and tha Prairie lasgua will have to start fcaat not later than Mnr'h IS, heraoM moat of tha games In tha N. H. A. ara played on natural lea >§ECKINPAUGH IS A SENATOR NKW YORK. Jan. 11.—Joe Dugan. Athletic third lacker, and Frank O'Rourk*. Washington gh«rt*top. go to the Boston Had Hog; Hog«r l'*ck- Inpaugh join* the Washington club a* playing manager, and OutfleUW Ed Miller and Acoata, pitcher, of fh«* adopt th* livery of th* Athletlca. mm a r**ult of a three-cornered a'wording to an announcement here today. CASEYS TRIM SPOKANE CLUB By a wore of 2f» to 21. the Knight* ®? Columbus took th>»ir fourth gtralght win of their atate t«>ur last Jilght, defeating the fa*t Hpokane Athletic club five at. Hpokiine. wlr'-s the Caaey manager. The game waa fanl. fcatund l>y the close checking of tioth team* and the nhootlng of of the Knights. iioor mown ijmitko Attendance at the Washington- Oregon basketball (tame, which will open the ( conference hoop Marathon In the university gym Friday night, will I* limited to 2.000, according to announcement HL Oarwln Metsneet, graduate man Dodger basketball five, which opens the season with Oregon here Friday and Saturday. But, strong as the Wash ington five is admitted to be, there has not been one symptom of overconfi To Pilot Buckeyes Butch Pixley, Giant Guard, Will Lead the Ohio Statfe Football Team in the Big Ten Conference Next Year Yellow-Streak Is Not Known to Carpentier Georges Didn't Call Off Tommy Gibbon*' Match Be cause He Was Afraid, but Because He Needs Easier Tests Before Big Bout BY SEABL'RN BROWN EORGES CARPENTIER'S llth-hour decision not to keep his date to meet Tommy Gib bons in the United States this sprinjj for the light-heavyweijrht championship ot this planet, has brought a storm of criticism from the class of rinjr critics who jump at conclusions and are always ready to brand any fighter as "yellow" on the slightest provocation. Whatever the European champion's faults may be, he has a record of nearly l. r > years in the rinjr without the stain of a single fake, nor can he ne accused of ever side-stepping the best men in his class. Never has any fighter been a greater credit to the pro fession than Carpentier. He is not afraid to meet Gibbons. On the face of things, it looks like he is. The evidence is against him; but this conclusion is drawn from the fact that no man who could fijfht as jjamely as the Frenchman did in his hopeless match with Jack Dempsey. would fear to meet a fighter ol Gibbons' weight and record. Th« probable explanation la that Carpentier haa not fully re*-overed from the battering tha champion j nave him. an<l hla better Judgni»nt : haa Influenced him to wait until he i la again m the um<> auperb condl- j tlon that he on la*t July. In hla coming bouta with Oeorge | Cook and T«l neither of, whom la a ae*-up. aliho both »r» far below the rlam of Carpentier In hla , normal fighting condition. the light* | heavyweight chatnpton will teet him ■elf and «ee If he haa gone l»»rk a* , far a* the experta who have waU hed him train aay h« haa. If Carpentier la thru, he will then | realize It and In all likelihood will , quit the ring If he flnda he lea« good aa ever. It la a certainty that T'immy (Jtbbona won't have to tarry for la*:k of an opponent for long. M'AULIFFE NOW PICKS CARPENTIER BY JACK McAUIJKKK LONDON. J»n. 11.—George* far pentler, heavyweight champion of Kurope, will be an easy winner In his 2»round fight with Oeorge Cook, Australian champion, at Al bert hall tomorrow night. This will lx; < '.arpentler'* first te*t since he wan defeated by .lack Ixrapwy at Jprwy City, July 2, 1921, and the Frenchman la a big favorite over hi* comparatively un known opponent. I recently predicted that Cook would win, believing Citrpeiiller harf been permanently hurt by Dernpany, but after watching the Frenchman In action at his training quarter*. I believe him In better Khapu than before the Dempstey ftght. The fight will end when Carp'-n --tler decide* to use hi* right. Kin I,A BOSK AltltlVKS Kid l,a Koee, who admit* that he I* the Canadian bantamweight champion. I* In town looking for bout*. Ho may box In the next *rnoker Tuesday night, If Clay Hlte like* hi* look*. dence among the players or followers of the team— the biggest bug-a-boo in athletics. The Washington team is probably the best bas ketball outfit that the Uni versity of Washington has Carpentier and Cook Are Ready for Big Battle Hrrtj'i how Otorff# ('nok, Ami t rattan h**»vy weiirht contender, ami (IfoffO i 'arp*ntl*r, world'* l»*h» haa vy weight kin*, (ompire haforn thalr 20 roun«J dnrialon bat tla bo<>k*«l for Ixmdon tomorrow Carpentier. Cook SI A»s ?! 174 Weight . . II? I ft II In .Height ft ft. 1«S in 7? In It«a«h 71 In IIS In Hl<ap« 11% In. II In. y»rrsrm I? In !«H In .n># k it % la 40 In fhwt «norm«l» 4? In <1 in '*he«t 'eipand i 41 In II In Waist St In 22 In Thigh 2ft In MS in f'alf 14 tn i\ In . Ankle 19 in Ja«k HrAlliff*. Murk hhaagh R#w.f)'a h#m»wnf»il pmlfff, will Imi *ia round* wllll trunk I mrm+T In fortland tomorrow night. If llm Auliffr In uf like th« mM h« Ham l>r#n i»rr#m agrntod to ha, h« ahonld win, aa Farmer has f on# l«4li a long »•> In lh« Iwl yawr. Johnny Wllann la a rrformad man. <liia to rirfumiUn<M, «aya a Ntw Vork wlra. "ftrokr" thru a lit«!•* fling on Wall at., and harrad from ail tha ■lata* whn» th* »>i* ring monay flows, Wllaon la pleading now for a rnatrh with Marry Grah tha vrry man ha aids atappad a waak or ao ago. Ta* Hlrkard la angling for a mooting of Hill Tata, tha nawly-erownsd king of tha tiagro haavlas. and Fr«d Fulton, to ntnufil at ona of hl« Madlaon Hquars <;ard»n ahnwa in tha naar fulura. Tha hnflt Wkwi f ha« k ll lgglna, Indianapolia light haatywHght. and Marty Fairy, formerly of T«r<iina, haa horn |Hal|»wi«l. It waa alat#d for 'laroday night at Now Orliaia, flarry Wllta and Ham lanirrnrd a r#» hi 11 ad to n i«at In Portland a«»matlma thia month, feordifig to Wilis' rnanagrr. "Tad" Jone*. head football conch of Yale university, I* In town tht* week renewing the acquaintances he made while acting a* general man ager for the Ame* shipyard here ' during the war. ever turned out. The squad is well balanced, having speed, ability, fight, brains and scoring and defensive ability—ev erything that goes to make a winning team. And, more than that, in Angels Get New Fielder Clarence Twombley to Re place Arnold Statz in Center for Los Angeles league aa far a a Benttle fana * **rr concerned. Judging from tha vol* ha poled In Tba star * All-Court tanuu content. Hut tha 1 »* Ani'lri club |fU IK other good mitrrfitld parformar fr«'ra th«- Cuba In tirhtn|a for Hla'a In ClarfDra Twombley. The «>•* i txni-r la Mid to l>a feat. too, and a pretty food flfrhawr and hitter. Hall have to b« good to replac* Hlnta. aa Arnold hiu] everything hut power at tha plata. Ha made thla up by hit fancy work In reaching flrat baaa and ha waa about tba baat lead off man In tha leegue. Hilly Una la dua to aucoaad ' Brick" Kldred In centerfleld for Seattle. aa Kidred la alatad to play right field thla )aar lan>'> ir<«l throwing arm ebnuld etrengthen thla poaitlon for tha Indian* Kldrad'a throwing la hla on* w*akne»* and ha ahould work bat tar In right fir Id Cortland* centetflelder la doubt ful. but aithar Charley lllgh or Ika Wolfar la alatad for tba poaitlon at tha prenent writing Ona of tha pair la dua to play left flald and tha othar iwnter. Oauda Cooper. the demon of tha Owka. Pete Cotnpton of fine ramanto. I'anl Htmnd of Halt I-nk*. Chanter Cbndbourna of Vernon and Kelly pt Han FYanrlaco ara all pratty rertaln of ratumlng for their old John lhla aprlng. SECOND TIME FOR WILLIAM When Hill l>oak. Ht. Louie pitcher, led the National )w<u» hurlefa In •ffectivenaa* laat fteaaon with » mark of 2.6* earned' run* per run# aaainat him. It wu the aorond time that he haa lead tho mound men of the M»r»k>r major He wai In front In ltl4. hii first year In lh* Na tional leajpje. with f mark of ) 14. ED ROUSH MAY STAY AT HOME The Cincinnati club la determined It will not agree tn the aalary de mand* of Itoihh Tha official* ie»m pretty certain that Itouah will gtay at home unleaa they do. That waa the big rnaaon for Inalatlng on fJeorge Burn* from Uj« tilaiita In the trade for Oroh. PENN STATERS IN BIG SHOW Two former I'enn Hlate atar* will have a try-out with the New York American* thia aprlng They are fjlenn Kllllnger. the atar of I'enn H lata'a 1921 foot hall team. »ml Illnky lUlnea, who waa tha big nolae In I*2o. GEORGIA WILL PLAY MIDDIES fjeorifla Tach la to have a place on the Navy achedtfle for 1922. The Houthern eleven, known oa tho Ool defi T<»rnado. for aomo reason not yet natlafartorlly will play at Antutpolia October 2*. JOE JUDGE IS INFIELD STAR Joe Judge In often overlooked when rnnsiderlng the beet first ncktn In the major leagues. Joe la faat. rain hit. and Ik a grnat fielder. He Is rather easily Injured. That la really the only fault that can be found with him. rOBTI.\M) BI TS CATCHER Portland has added Frank Bruggy. Philadelphia National catcher, to the Ro»e city backstopplng squad. for a cash consideration of lii.OOO, says a Portland wire. You can pay more for your dgart Ijy4| but you can't buy a better cigar I an| than John Ruskin Bourn A New, lee., nt.lrfhulor* I TOT llilrd Air., Seattle* Wub. I 1 FWIR CIGAR MANUFACTURING CO. Large*! Independent Cigar Fsctory In the World. THE SEATTLE STAR Coach "Heck" Edmund son the Sun Dodgers have one of the best coaches and trainers in the busi ness. Not only is Edmund son a real coach and train er, but he is a regular fel low, and his men will fight When He Went Up Coast Loop Lost Best Flychaser V, UK Coaat league lo*t Ha boat oan tai fielder wli'n Arnold Hint*. the •prcj merchant of tha I>» An galea ch»mplona. mm turned ovar to tha Chicago Cuba The young atar waa tha moat popular out fielder In tha Thf bril rrnterfirldrr on Iti<" Coast Ilast yrnr u-M haie kU ckanre in the "»«>or» I Ala wrtio* Young Arnold Stair. Ihr tpred demon of the lon Anffetrt Const trap tie tlub. Aat Aw big chanco utth the C'hUago Cub• (AM pear. Tha »f «o pn»-hrr in tha Amtn <-aa or '> al ItlfW • • * with #?••(•' Intaraat than tbat of tba Naw 1 mtk at tr ffnrt'a f»ntarJilMi fllfhlnf ta tha ItJt •artaa ta tha rauM of all tba |tamo«r thai a*« ««nt*ia arounj hlut. ?fo p«rfr>n on the tell field la In a Mtttr [<wltlnii to Judft of the worth of • pltrher than the umpire I worked o number of |im»« heck of lloyt lu( and »m on# of ih» Indlvldutla who knew that Waita lloyt «u a frui, not Juat a »»ry good. pitcher 1h doping out lb* world aartea I picked lloyt to l« Ihi >Ur of the Vink»# etaff I said I fwt t eura he would •»« two gam»a and I hat ha might go over for tfir** I alao laid emphaola on tha fart that Hoyt muat roma Ihrti or the Tan kt*i wouldn't bava murh of a chance. Who! Itnyl did In the wriaa with lb» (>UnU »• n«w n root tor of hh tmry Oufflte to way (hot h» mado ma laob lib# • wto* gn» lor w hit h plae— 04 r»v! my IHtitba, VUila. Oettlng hark to hla pttrhlnf m tha ••rir* lla won two lam** and loat on* Mia defeat w»i Juat about (ha tougheat troak avar handed out In a big aerie* If la flmt ahutout el« lory wm a pitch ing riaMlr that will go down in the rer orda with the p»rfr.rmai»«a of thoee great • tam of the poet, Chriety Mathewaon. Chief H*ad«»r Horde' al Hrown. BaU Atlanta and wthera. Walta ftoet la ona of tha gama'a great eat pltrhero Hla performance In the world e»*rtea waa not merely a flaah. 11 waa a typical lloyt perfarmanca Hoyt will do M| thlnga for the Tankeea In ItlJ or I mlae my gtiea« He alll b# a much better pitcher than ha waa laat eeaoon. Hr h*n th# r«nfl'l#nr« hnro of aUffAU Wendvrful >n it rug* with whleli nitlur* hM •ii(]o»«<l him. * Prexy ltoldt of the Seattle ball club, with Secretary Jimmy Klehard ■on and Manager Walt MoCredle, plun to leave tomorrow afternoon for the schedule meeting of the Puclfle Count league at San Francisco. The Zcllartmrh Paper company'* Heattle employe* have organised a four team bowling league, which will bowl twice h we<k. Weil in day and Krlday evenlngH, on the Orpheum a I ley*. SxetzS" O Billy Evans Says: What will Wttll# »l«»l 49 ttafim U# iimw mt Itff? Hey*. |iri*r I* Ih' wartat mHm, mmm knmmn w m very gmri |»itrh#*. 7. ih«* InllMlflr with hi* mark, be km regarded M a great ptklwr. Ill* arraad »Irtury rame after a mar h ffraaler rffarl. To mo. how - ot«r, It wao o more brilliant perform •a'W than hie ehat«Mit tlrtary. tie vm In the hole tat le«et half a dw'n time*, whore «a haar hit woald h«%e inranl tho Imbll game Karh tlmr he lightoaecf up, and either made tho daa|ftr«tia t.tanl bettor wblff, or pop ■P- OFF TO CONFAB FORM AIJ.KY CIRCUIT their heads off for him. It's to be regretted that college athletics don't have more men of Ed mundson's type at the helm. The Sun Dodgers, man I'or man, realize that they Five Star Cage Tiffs Are Billed Ben Pari* Billiards vs. Dandy Bakers in Big Schedule Game Tonight FIVK mmn art- twin* played t» night In Th* Ht»r Junior banket ball league The arhedule follow#: at hkij» not sk lUIUrd < utw *a. \ «al« r AU> Mir dub, at (1:30 p. m. A*ahl Junior* ft. Nliuwr A Wolff. iU 7 30 p. m. Hadiliiflon I'ark *». Collin* Culn>, ai R:3O p. m. AT KNimiTM or < 01-1 MB! H IU-n Piiria HI 11 Lard* »». lixndy llakiiif IK alp *p m. AT HK»T MKATTI.K Wr*l Ikilllii v*. I'irat4-a, ai 7 p. m. Tha manager of th* Pirate team la aakad to bring the detailed i' ault of hla litm'i game to Tha Htax nfter I lie game tonight. Tha t>Urg*'it gam<- on tonlght'a echedul* ia tHe tiff at tha K. of C. Moth tha Han J*arta and Itandy link ing Co. IcAmn ar* contindcm for th* tit)* and u guood giune should be on tap. Tomorrow naght on# of th# big f#«t gam«** of. th# wil! b* booked at thr Knight*'of Columbua. with lt*n«-ry C playing Stacy Hhown* Th# yam* Blurt* nt 7 j). m. Saturday nifht th# following ached ul# will be in effect: W Umon • M H C. %• Htmcy fthown*. at "St P m at ii «rf (', hatiary C vs ii#p*riala. at SClba* eiub. at a |> ru ftora* riub »a. Olilna Cul«. at Kiba t tub. it ! |i m I'sm! t fiaktr.ir < a Taalar A. C., at K. a( C., at I it p. m» RICKARD LINES UP GOOD BOUTS Tha elimination tournament Teg llirkard la llnlnK up for Martlaon Hquar* Garden wlfi be a Kood thing for the name, and wlil aettle Ihe varlou* arc iment* on who phould meet Champion Jitk. Kred Fulton and B»b B*per mill meet In the ftrnt of the matchet on Jan. IS and another l»>ut for the aame date to bring Oene Tunne.r and Battling bevtngkr. American light heavy weight champion, together la under oonalderatjon. Bob Roper ha* not yet rlgned article* to meet Kuttofl. In cane he la not obtained. Bill Brennan will be offered the fight, according to New York report*. TAIJC STAR OI'T O'lfoiirn. who played a gtAr *ame at quarterback for Yal«» laat aoaaon. In out with an injured kore. He aua tulnM * muarlo ruptur* In a rocent hockey name and la out for the rest of the weapon. Yale cxpecta biff thing* from him In football. HKARS VB. BYRACL'ME Svra<u«e l.'nlverelty and the T'nl veraity of California will meet In a wile* of lawn tennla malefic*. which will be played at Syrucuee. June S. Both alnglra and doublea will be ar ranged ORKR VS. McTIQt K. Since Johnny Wllaon rati out of hla match with Harry CJreb, the Plttabyr* light hogvywetrfht haa algned to meet Mike McTique in et«>ad ut the Garden nr*xt month. fill J JNtaKK TO COACH Glrn Kllllnger. Penn Htatu'g all- Amrrlcan quartorhack. ha#i been rhoaen aa coach of the DlHtlnnon Ctillego foottiali twim, accortflng to a recent announcement- CAMP TI MBI.RS When Walter Camp selected Hrtiwuh nf I.Mfayette, pevtne of lowa and Muller of Chicago on his All- America team, It win the first time it player from then® Institutions wu to honored. VINKMAN. mm MATCHED link man and Jimmy l>uffy will head the Northwest Athletic club'* Inn inn show Tuesday night. It waa announced at the CryaUil Pool lost night. .11 NltHt MKTS WIN Completely outclassing the nine Diamoml nix. the Junior Meta puck chasers won their game at tho Arena yesterday, 15 to S. Patronize Restaurants Displaying This Card This card, wherever it is displayed, represents good Americanism, collective bargaining, the 50-50 plan of industry. It is the emblem of cleanliness, of peace and of self-respect. will have the stiffest kind of competition this year, especially from Califor nia, when they play the Golden Bears here in a few weeks. The Idaho Vandals and the Oregon Aggies also are powerful quintets this year. New Ice Champion Is Certain Previous Winners in Star Races Have Left Seat tie; Entries Now Open AN KW i hampion will be crowned In Th« Htar'* third annual i<e litem '.hat ar<- booked to ft under way at the Arena ne*t wfk be twffn period. at the hockey game. T'hll Donahue, who won the flrat race two year* ago. and Jimmy Mc- Orath, who beat out I-Minahue taut year, have both left the city. Dona hue la now In Calgary, Canada, while McGrath In In Ban Franc) aco. Kntriea for The Htar rac«-a are now open and all that I* n««ree»ary to enter la to aend your name and addre** to the aportlng editor of The Htar Kntri«"* will alao be ac cepted at the Arena. There are no Charcot The prellmlnarlea will conalat of eight lap* around the Ar<«na In front of the hockey nets, while the final* will be IS laps. It will be n-r<»- aary for a racer to win a prelimi nary before becoming eligible for a pla<e In the final*. Kach racer will be given two cbaxicea to win a pre liminary. Tti'ic race* are open only to amateur akatera. A allver cup will be given the winner aa ha* been the custom in the paat two reaaona. RALEIGH GOB TEAM BESTS WEST SIDERS L KADI NO all the way. the H. XI. Ft. Raleigh crew norcer team de feated the Wft Seattle team of The Star senior soccer league yesterday afternoon, 6 to 2. The sailor* have one of the bent team* ever seen In the city. The tilt was staged at Hiawatha playfteld. St MM ART BalHgh (•) W. Seattle ff» I'lU* 111 O I* Mutrt <J > I I* Keropion Hyde 111..........0 lUrvlrk Kllltan I IL Burns I'arter O It ...Mckoluon (t) Short (I 1....... I* If B. Maronay Smith (t) C II 11.... Ildlriiii <c» Frank* ...K. H II Htron* Malromb F. B Mcl>ougali Uwfffin F U 1"l • n l(Mihco<« O McCftJl Itefaraa—Smith. Untimaa —Ho per The regular Star league monies will be played Sunday. Three roccer teams will he Idle, the Woodland Park, Falcon A. C. and the Allen Athletic association not playing this week. SKNIOK (i VMK* Boetnf Aircraft club ra. Maple T<*afa. at South I'ark. at 2lt p. m. Refer aa. Bob I.»mon Poatnffive <ra Seattle, at l.lncola park, at I p m Ileferee. Billy Waller. J! MOM (iAMM Ballard *» llan Parte Billiard*, at up r*r W««rtland park, at 2 p. ra. Beferea. johnnv R»ekt Waehlnglnn Park ve Cowan Cigar On. at Waahlngton park, at 2p. m Referee. Billy Blooman Hawthorne Juniors ra South Park, at Columbia, at 2 p. ro. Referee, George H oaf line GAS LEAGUE STARTS THE FINAL LAP CHANS!X>n A 1 .YON ami Ballou & Wright took three ntraight game* from the Hunaet Electric com pany and Alfred Ayerat, Inc.. respec tively, In the opening evening of the Mcond half of the gaaoline bowling marathon. Hay Hillman. of (Miann lor & I,yon. had high game, with 231. and high total with 603. Totaln: Italiou * Wright... tni 7»5—?&«o Alfred Ayerst. Inr 131 T7l 70—2371 Chanslor A I. yon ... *RS ■?? TM— 2111 Sunset Electric-Co 111 714 7««—2 Htudrhaker •1» Til 7>t—■?!•* Sunset Motor Co I 0» 7*o ill—2«t FANS WANT THE KING OF SWAT Haaeball fans the country over are wondering if Judge will Insist on carrying out the Huth sentence to the limit. A greiat many of the fans are of the opinion that a lighter sentence would have upheld the dig nity of the judge, and are hoping he reconsider* It. PACK ft Washington's basket ball team has its eye on that Coast conference championship, but not with the glare of overcon fidence. If Washington'* team loses out, the players will accent it like sports men, and defeat will not be accompanied by alibis. McKay and Ingle Win Their Goes Middle Champ Kayos Ed die Daly; Ingle Ha* a Close Call with Dunn CRT a* wl* (fuy» were explaining to the rwt of the Crystal I'ool crowd la*t night that Gor don il' K.iy l« clev er with hi* duke* but pack* Do wal lop, Gordon |>arke4 a row of knucklas on fiddle iMly'a moon like face, aort of low and to OH* Mile of the xphera. fuller* lor the n»xt half hour were told that "Mr. iJaJy la out." Which he vu. • Jn the tlrrt half of tbe twin main 'vent Oorgt- Ingle managed to keep hla coaat lightweight crown on hla l>eak, altlio Joe Dunn, the Portland 136-pounder. had a lien on the Jew eled hatband during the flrat three canto* of their punch feat. Dunn la a clever, heady worker, and both ered the champion with a left Jab. Ingle took the fourth round handily, off Betting Dunn'a early lead, and wad awarded the call I»aly. In the language of the pro letariat. "had unthin ." The ehifty McKay made a monkey of the cliiiwy, fat Easterner In the first two rounda. In the third epaam a right-hand poke aent Wisconsin** rep resentative down for the count of 10. Daly got up, blocked a serlee of • wlngn with hla chin, yelled "women and children flrat," and anfik. Krankle I'suitley's experience waa Just a bit too much for Kddle Neal. one of I'ete Moe'a Anacortea miller*, and the M«-attle 118-pound boy copped a clowi decision. Sailor Colsey of rtutte and Johnny Coggln*. a Rutte featherwleght. staged the be»t acrap of the even ing. In the second round the boya atood toe to toe and gave each other and the rnllblrda who like to nee heavy socking the kick of their lives. Cogglna copped the go. Young Wllderman won the w*y over Sailor Joe Dunn, the Ran Diego welter. In the curtain raiser. Tha Nawj wanta IU Iff* fHliraa fwne with tba Army U kw be 14 Pecaabw t. Philadelphia MfN boys may eomp*te In an interacbolaatle folf tour nay among themftelvea neat auramar. Alma Rlrharda. of tha Vfilearstty of Routhera California, la gpe« iailxtng In dim ua throwing. Neat ha wUI represent Loa Angelas A. C. Inrladrd In r«*rk mil Marl la-. IVfiHrlTMl* Mat* trarfc tram la < Alan Hrlfrlrh. holdrr of lb* National Amateur AlklfUc anion M*-/al4 rrown. Ootfll Jfm Ten-ICyck. #f has four \arslty on rum on from the If 11 crew. It Is eipected over 100 aspirant* will turn out January SO when work la started to tba Lank. Tele's eiew running track, en the stta of the eld football field. Includes a 220- yard straightaway, something ths Blue athletic* needed. The Anhspslks academy hs« all mt Its rhsni|ii<vn eight -owred vandty rrew le depend upon In tlUa year's dual and other reg-altaa. Tsnsda went* Kn*tf*h roflefre crews to sttand Its squatlr niret held in conjunc tion with thn * porta program at the Toronto exhibition. Michigan A Kir I* authorities are ronalri erln* th* erection of a new etadlum to •eat 60.000 cmmt %::*,qqq. a •tat* appropriation' la daairod. T*nl**ratty of Mlrhlran will try to r*- Jurrnal* Ire hockey among tha Wnltra colleges. ■ ' ChampkHUliip HOCKEY Vancouver vs. Seattle Wednesday, Jan. llth 8:30 P. M. Sharp ADMISSION: •1.00 —'Tu lOr—Total at.lo $l.l7 —Tax 13c—Total $1.40 • I.so—Tax 16c—Tolal $1.75 Reserved sea's on sale at the Arena. 1110 Fifth ave. Phone Main !4»S. Keserva tlons not called for by 4 p m Wednesday will bo canceled and resold. ICE SKATING Beginner*' Night Kvery Monday Skating 8:15-10:30. REDUCED PRICES!