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TfBSDAY, JANUARY 17. IM2.
"Breaks" Play Big Part in American Sport World HY SEARI'RN RROWN The chance element, designated in the parlance ot sportdom as "the breaks of the jrame," is a greater fac tor in deciding championships in all lines of sport than u generally realized. Americans, who constitute the greatest body of intelli gently critical fans the world has ever known, throng ath letic fields of all sorts in all seasons, because the "big 'Babe' Ruth Should Not Play First Base-Evan Bambino? Is Bust at First So Say* Famous American League Umpire, Who Think* Wally Pipp O.K. BY BILLY BVANS IOM New Tor* cvlhM Iha report that Habe Kuih la to play flrat bur (or the Tajik***. To my way of thinking that la pur* "bunk." In Lb* flrat place I can «" no ritwa why a c h a n K * front Wa 11 jr Pipp should b* d* aired He la a flrat baaefeian of nujvr I«uu« call ' ber. Kor THn they have b**n replac- 1 l*g Wally Pipp at flrat. Kacft W«. however, finds him bark on ! the job aa the regular first Ut*e MM. Pipp la a mighty fin* fielder, an ! excellent target for the r**t of the Infield to throw aL Pipp has a Die* • style at the Plata, and it alwaya ha* baen surprising to me thjt he didn't ; ftnlah with a higher batting average Why. than, ahift Kutb to firal ha.»e. when the position la being . mum araplably fIM by Pipp' In th* Hrond place U I* my optn too that shifting Ruth to first would rob him of roue* of hi* value to I the dob. Rutb la never going to be the Mai Chase type of flrat tacauii. Ruth. j alrnjri anxious to get resolta. would i perhaps use brut* fore* to making , play* at flrat that would often re ■alt In aerlotM Injury. I recall on* gum* In which he played flrat base for Bo*ton He really nnd th* gam* by blocking first baaa. and allowing th* runner to slide late hi* leg instead of th* bag. Ha wm badly nit an a result and wan oat for about I* gsuara. It wa» % very cortly experience. Ruth's place ta tn th* outfield.; The big fallow ha* r walls developed Into a vary flr>e fielder. If h* would use anrae oare aa to his diet, ttj would b* a vary eaey matter ft*? him to reduce at laaat M pound*. A low of that much weight m* make him a much Improved tall player in all department*. -*TV l«h<. tmrm~ « fkn pHrtum. n* *1 «»"•«■ MOT >•* Ul to* l« Ike rkMfMdil* tx» km In Km Math All—llr Im<m BMa wftl ba rallad tor J*nna(pr H for tha tmlUUnr »f !"• Ka" Torn Tan *.»•«• n<r« Ull t *rk. wfeM *lll la U» aatghberMwd of lI.SM *** Ar*r«te« ta Jamaa Taamtari* aaawa* F%lla4alj>»la Bart KUwn. Port laarf'a aaw «aor»asap. Ui aiu ply land la lh» Kom CI r 4a>al •ytaMt tor lha AthkUd. Unt" nn«f. IHM I* bat with a «hi»a-i "»•» ha will ha bartl an lW «<U»»I lnn« raatar thla jrmr. "•x-ti kilu tha fpmrt UkaA Ua «tU, Jala Iha Caaaft ala«. iMbtllla. Wttwaokaa «KI Wtnaaapa- Ila wara all Had far taajn tiaMina l~a ara la tba AmarU-aa aa»i ria*"n laat yaar with a mark af 111 JAWN CAN BOX IN COPENHAGEN NKW ORLEANS. 3m IT.— Johnny Wtlaon, «!h.wnp»on, will b* barred from firhtlrnc for month* In 14 utat/w of the United StatfM and In AtlKtrnU* and Canada, following bla mjapenafcin Jala jr«"T' •lay by tb« national boxing Uon. The art Km wan takm after Wfl ">n and hi* mawr w»re charged by K It Nightcap of "Ohio with "con dw t unheromlnj a tighter and man ager." TTii *u*pm»lon w '" ''' feruve until September 22 of thia y ear. JESS WILLARD SPEAKS AGAIN Kurh a long time hafl elapaed eince Jew Wlllard made hi* little apetch that he ha* almost forgo'ten It How ever, he came t«t life and emitted It again this week. Jhualy: "If the pub lic want* me t/> fight, I'll meet pernio •»y. AJI 1 want, la plenty of time to triin." PENN STADIUM TO HOLD 80,000 ?ba latent plana for the new I enn uta/lium, at Philadelphia call* for a aeatlng capacity of KO.OOO peo pie. llour.i'f, for the jue»ent It If lelleved Ui«t 50,000 neat* will be •nffident. Jt I* the Intention to lii.«ae.dtiitclr>-«r*ct that number. three" sports of the flge baseball, football and hexing —are so admirably balanced that every physical and; men tal requirement, speed, strength, initiative, etiurago, fast-thinking and "breaks" must be considered. Not the least of the.se ele ments is the "breaks." Other nationalities take a different attitude toward sport*. The Spaniards love bull-/ighting. You couldn't drag a Spaniard B7T i-EO H bASSErt r.VTOHT In PortlMt Harry Wlllji the raltird wnlmihr (or Jack » weight qnm. fuea another Mi (ml In Ham Lang fi»rd. the witrui 3Uwton T»r luby. Th«y Mllr otw the 10 round route Will* ha* lost a k>t uf preatige thru KM two bouts In Portland with lull Tata, losing on* tight on a foul and Wn» shaded In their 10 round draw In th* sscond llffl. l'n!f» Will* win a decisively tonight Im la abeoluuly eliminated a* fag aa a bout with ths chaaiplcm ta ounoeroed. OI'EAKJNO of colored Hexers, It* a ironder that I>anny Kit wants, th* O ltttl* Ctaklaad fraih. .-weight, ikwmtf go R*st to step into th* big tnon<*y. The UVO* fellow la one of lh* best men of hia weight that th* Cua«t hM evor turned out. and If "Babe" Herman, tb* Htntoanbi boy, onn go Kaat and win eight atralght rights Kdwards ought to mak* a go of It. He beat Herman In lNirUand. breaking tb* Kauaimntu battler s winning streak. THKRR la jplenty of good lightweight materlai In thla neck of th* tall uncut at. tb present tlm*. With Jimmy Duffy, Eddie Ptnkman. Geonre ItgWs and Ilob Harper on tb* ground at present, th* local pro moters can Jnavr no ucust* for not putting on *om* real ataukera In 'h* future tnatnrd of throe hamartd egg at-ta that w* have been getting lately. want loleral* such miliars a* hddl* Italy much longer WIIKJf fallow cornea to fteattl* It's a wonder that th* promoters for ll# protection of the fan*, don't mak* him show hi* stuff in th* ring in a 'preliminary before putting hire right on th* top o( th* card. A boxer Tnay look tike a million dollar* In th* gy mnaatum and Ilk* a plugged Mrkel tn the rtng. tM count*. if a boiar itxnes her* with a real rep It'* a different thing, but who evrr heart of £4die Daly before it* btutad ho»eT OVK at th* real hattlee looming on th* fistic hortann for fteattl* fait* Is a, bout between Travle Itavl* and Ale» Trembita* for th* Coaat *rrlters»>i*bl championship, when l>avt* return* from hi* Ulp to Call fornu. The** boy* *r- pretty evenly matched, and Seattle fan* know that twMh men will really fight. Th* troubl* with the local promoter* I* that they are afraid to spaod money for carfare. If good boxer* are billed etnd the game t* really put on big league fooling again the fan* will mora than pay the carfara- they'll put tb* gain* bat-* on tb* aams plana, that It waa ber* a few year* ago. A NOTKKR good b«ut thai could be mailt here would be a title match A O.r the C. aat bantamweight champlonahlp between Frankie Monroe and Danny Ed war da. Thl* pair are evenly matrbed. teo, and Heattl* fang have also *wn enough of them to know that Utey will flghL >lon rtMt. at present, 1* In Ijim Angela* while th* writer Ooean t know where Kggearda la located. , Boxing i Master to Show Jimmy Duffy Meets Eddie Pinkman in the Pavilion Tonight; Favor Former EATTIJC r I n ■ fan» are dm to •«e the gr«al»at four-round light wruhl la tba ltm( w b • i» Jimmy Duffy cltmba thru the ropee with K«Jdic Pink man at the I'avllion tonight. Both boyi wound up their training yeater day, Duffy working out before a ptukarf hi>u«> at AuaUu A h*lt» gjmn.uuuoi Duffy, if he la at th» 'op of hie form, promleea to give I oral mitt follow r* the finest demonetratton of boxing liiey have iieen In a long uxn». an Ute Oakland boy la a ma* ter boger when he'e "right." i'trikmari* ability to hit with hi* light hund gl»a» tha kx*l hoy a good chHiion of winning. b*onu*» anybody that can hit U alway* dancron* Duffy, howavar. (<*• Into tha ring tonight a farorlta to win. Dick Kharpa, tha Canadian wal tarwrlght who boiad Mlcliay Han non h»re aoma tfma ago. I* bookad for tha jamlwlndup with Toung ryimwil In a match that promiaaa ajtton. "Had" Hara and Ttoy MrCatnlln am down for tha aparinl avant and nothing mora naada to b« «aid about thl* mala# Jack Jlrannan and Pat William* ma«t and Holder I-a»low«kl lan*l-« with »fr» tarrtbla haarywalght, Hull Mltch«-11. In two prahmlnartaa that look Juirt fair. ruppert talks FOR BABE RUTH fTHICAfSO, Jan 17.—C01. Jncoh P.uppert. president of the New York Yankee*. (WBfwrwl here today with p.in Johnann, prerwlent of the Ameri ca!) league, and Babe Jtuth. who h* playing a vaudeville engagement here. It wan thought that Ruppert hart nunf to Chi«-«go to confer with Judge L&ndi* on the Ruth decl*lon, hut he bad no Information to offer relative to U.-ibe'a ca*a. ENGLISH PAY GRID PLAYERS In Kngland a member of a flrat league noccr tram r»ceive» a *alar> of $2 2&0 a year, with a honua of 110 for each game won and $5 for each tie game. Athlete* who have Ik-. ii In the (lime for five year* are eligible tn a benefit which rangea from $3,000 to $7,000, Other profeaiilonal aport a*so< latlon* have *lmllar «y»temM of remunerating tho men. to a championship mitt fight or a titular football game it ft bull fight were scheduled within a couple of hundred miles. In hull fighting "breaks" are nlwent. Every other ele ment enters; hut the issue of the struggle between man and brute is never in doubt. The bull is always killed 111 the end. If he is fast enough to "get" one of his tormen tors there are always plenty Solons to Rely Upon 1921 Staff Sacramento Mound Staff to Be Headed by Bill Prough and Paul Fittery LEO H. LASSEN ACRAUKMTO'I pitching »taff will pra.ii<-aj]y b« made ap Of tl>« ■JkJD* fUnxrm that p»r torm i<l for <b» Koloxm in ltll, ac cording lo tlwi pr«* «nt 11 n• up of Charley I 'ick'a hurl loc corpa. TIM staff will axain t>« hradnl by Hill I'rouKh uv! Paul Kltt»ry Ilotb »r« vvtrrmnx. nnd both ranked wltli Uie loading plUb#r» in th« Coast loop tut They're smart pitcher* u well. Kennetb l>nnar. one of the miwt improvoil mounil m»n In the l«-airu« lout year, wtU b« l»<k. I'en ner In not only a r»l plti hrr. but he'll k darn irood hitter. I'en ner •bowed a lot of utiiff last year, an<l wm one of tbi f»w pltch«ra In the l*air\ir to really "nit* up" his offer Inics, a■ h« luui a coo<l fust ball and curva H» ftbould bar* a good *#»• •on thin year. "ly/ty" Nlahnu*. "flpac*" Hhaa and Jon Runs roniplata tha (taff. Tha formal- la Juat fair, Hhea ahowrd a lot of promina, altho ha didn't do ▼ary wall hara. and Konz wa* an Itv and nutar. looking battar at tha and of tha yaar. Tha btltar pair ought to davrlop. whlla Nlahaua will hava to ahow mora atuff In ordnr to atay In tha laajrua thla yar. FIFTY ENTRIES FOR SKI MEET OART. Til.. Jan 17.—Over »0 en trie* have been nuide In the national *kl champlonahlp Inurnnmtnt which will be held here Kunday. The en trlee include International. national ami > late champion* from five *tatea, be-ide* wat taring entrlea from Can nda, Norway and Wweden IDAHO QUINTET TRIMS OREGON KnOENK, Or., Jan. 17 Idaho dfr feated the light Unlvcraity of Oregon tioaketball quintet her* lawt night, 37 to 23. The Oregon men held a alight lead at the end of the flmt half, but were too light to aland the pace wet by the visitor* In the *econd period. run \vii,i, mkkt At a meetjng of the Ron* Improve ment club, nailed for Wednesday evening at Third ave. n. W. and Nlcker*on *t., pavement matter* and other «uli)« In Important to th« community will be dlncuMfcd. Hti HrKinUjr, fh# *rt»r»n fnrwur'l of fit* Airrrnft i-lab, who |»*Nflrt« brilliant fonthwll for I Imi t*nm, Im« l#>f t Uhd. mid hat 4rupikwl by. Uir I Mian UMun. TTTE SEATTLE STAR of reserves, and el toro is in evitably doomed. Jt is h sport without a s|xjrting chance. Sport is not sport with us unless each side has a chanco to win. To be sure, the over whelming superiority of one team or man may reduce the chanco of the opposition to a minimum. Hut, favored by the "breuks," the under-dog always has a chance, even it /i slim one; and therein lies the tremendous enthusiasm Mets Given the Licking of the Year Muldoon'i Pucker* Drop 10 to 3 Mix to Million •ire*; Fra*er Shines IHAM»IS«.I» Won. TIM. ri* TwiNmm t 4 • 14 Motor* 4 4 1 II ■wut* » » i n ANCorvEn.n r..i Jan. IT. Out skating and out thfrkuii the men a' Muldnon. Van ( eouver ran up th« bUCKe»t «core of 1 the season In last I nulil's puck tu» •la. wI no lux 10 1 lo 1. The Mllllohalrea' ■hooting «u the beat any team haa unwirkul on the j lonai Ice this am wo. They awrMl from all angle*. *• »«) • initiating (ha puck from behind the net fr>r a Vancouver tally In lha (hint period. Seattle started a« tf Ihfj would climb out of th« cellar during the eveailn*. Xlorrla magging the finrt goal. but tha arant lead was abort lived. and by lb* and of tha wrond period tha Issue was merely how I many Umaa tha Millionaires muld "I tha net bahmd the redoubtabla flippy Holmes Vrmmr InokM Ilka a rhampton for tha viattnra. Ha rang op tha U*t two Krattla »o*l*. tha laat an una* ■(■ tad fffort whlrh tarna ao faat from *aft win* that I.ah man "a "<a|la aya" didu t know It wm aotritivr _ ktkMAkY ( v ■ ■ ■■■ iw. tana rn%m Itaimaa n... »' - Klta? k «' * Walkar .......... r-otfl* »"»aar M->rr>. r U'WW. llewrtft^ ytaat parta4—l. NMltla. Marrl. fv«m ftrt4fti» II |4, ]. Vofteowee/. MorKftj fr«m Mb inner. I Ml I. V »•<*.«. a«*im from llftrrto. } II f4eroa4 p»rM i Vm»en»e>, Ago WW, • 4J; I. rVfte»r from r»rOS». • 4. V*n<o«4ver. lie. Kft/. 1 eft; f, Vftr#o«*«r, X>onr*A, It SI Third pwi ,l «l •; V»i»m**»w, gb Inner frwm Agftme. I It. t. Ademe frT »m I II If. Vtftrou,* r . ,ikin •er from Imaeen. ! I« ||. He«ttl«. rrfteee. ft 4t. if. Vft«t*»tt»er. |*»rbe«, J || 11. Vftwroftve*. Ademi from t3oob. f:#|. Cmftillie Flrftt p««lm| I'enftiljr ebot ftwwdftd lo ftltift - ft«K ee«T»fi*di. >w»oftd r*n«d s-ee Tbird pwled n •tebeuutlioee nret porled MooUlft. PrftjM>r for fordeg ftsstn<-- \'*pamn»r rtfheft fnr milnnec ftewitl*. Itrtdoei for Monte. Mot rift for frwer, PVener f»»r Feretnn TMrd p*rlo4~VftMft«*» f IklftSftf for Ademft, Ad* me f.»r I'erk** Tohift f«r llem*. |*nrhee for Hb lno ftr. h«mttle. Frm**-r f**r ftoydftft flofSTftft —left. WANDERERS SWAMP THE ECKART SIX the Jakarta In every angle of the gajna, tha Wanderers took the second gam* In the Amateur Hockey anaoriaUoo league race last night, * to 1 Ixibley and llrowne ■tarred for the Wanderers, while Distal had the honor of »< oniyf the only guU for tha Kckarta. The I'. of W and Wanderers taajns are now tied for first place, with one witi ami no defeuLn each, wlule the Krkarts and American legion squads have earh dropped a tilt, and have yet to break lulo Um win column. KMNAH FSekarta. WtMwai wvan rvwi Hull l.alona I. K (larki Anderaan It. I> While H. niMel I. W 1 .abler J r>a«nr H W llrowne O Heitiaeea R W. Method Milui hy I'ariada I S I Tt Wendemrft I I I— I K'kftrtft • • l—l Writing First porlod- W a adorers, ftrownft, 4:14, I, Wanderers. MrTaood. 7 II fteennri perl'»d I. laohlee 7 44; 4. T<r>b ler I'll; I. Wtod#r*rs. Ttmwne. J op Third period —4, K.« kerte II Pistol. 700 Wa'»#l*r««rs. l.obley, 2DO «. Win d»»r«*r*. Isol'ley, Iff; t, WoJidsrsrs, ftrriwno. 4 40 fmm It I J*lrwt portr»d None H-rnnd period Helffort. I mlnut"* Third period None. Huhet I tut Innft First period w Mltcholl for Ilrowns, gelffftet for laobley Korund i»erlod Heiffort for Mclaood. Mulligiin for Hevffert. Helffert for Mulll gnr Cftmpbsfl for Anderson Third period -MeNutt for Clftrk, Ps4f fert for Mrl/ftod lleferoo - Jim MrDonftld FORMER CHAMP LOSING SIGHT Pete JUrm.in, former hantam ' welrlit champion, liiik Iwn ullpplnir ninldly of latn. Ail explanation which Hhf-dH Home Hirht upon the Huhject l» that on* of Herman's eye* ha* rone hark upon him completely, anil 'the other In not a (freot iKul lietter. If that la true, the little wrapper In thru, for no fighter In tho hletory of the tine ha* laate<l long wlUi but one eye tu aim hla alanta. of American fans. For this reason, the "dope" is never certain. Last season, when the Yankees and Giants met to settle the supremacy of baseball for another year, the "dope" on the teams rated them so equally dan genius that the keenest 'dia mond critics predicted that the "breaks" would decide the series. They were right. The first "break" was the elimination of Babe Ruth Pilots for Big League Squad* All Signed Up All of th» bt* l«m-u«> m«ni»«*r» for lilt huvfi boon «ijtn»xl They follow: AMKIUCAN l/'.UH K Patroil—Ty fo»4>. KM n«v»liunl - Trt* Hixmkrr. HI. l<otil* IKohl. Itill«<1«lphli> I'otinle Murk. N>w York - Miller Humrtiuk WiuihiiiKtnn i'lfd- Milan Ikwton lluKti I'uffy NATION.M. |K\bl K <"hir»4fi> fitU Kllld.'or. Owlnrmtl I lit Morm, ntUbur* ' «ror** Oilman. Kt. I<»u!m llnitv-h lUikey Philadelphia Irvltui V> lit,rim. New York John llrooklyn- WUbact liobiiunn. IU»»ion Krr<l MltrheJl PURDUE COACH AFTER HANLEY "Ixino star" I Mats. Hmd foot halt "nawl, at Purdue, Is believed to be be hind an offer from that university to Dlek Hanley. enach of tha Pendleton hlirh school taam, of tha prwt of aa alaUnt football coach. Diet* former ly coached at W. H C. where Hanley wis a grid «U/ lo his undaricTaduata day*. HIDING IUCVIVAL ON llr>raal«rk rid in* anthualaata hav« ■taj-taiJ a movamant to tha ICaat to hava (ha dytn* aport rartrad and In atjtutad In U» prinripaj hlvh arhoola and poll««raa throout tha country. KIDDIES!« "MGO.V DOG" IS 1 mPF ■ TO EVERY BOY OR GIRL WHO f !■ If bk I SECURES ORLY TWO REW h If* fti | I lILLs SUBSCRIPTIOR STO THE STAR I IlLie ft He romes in srrtions and wifTKlen along rm you pull him by his string. He is 22 inches long, and hi* feet are fastened to wooden wheels. HERE'S HOW! Get only two of your friends or neighbors, who are not now having The Star delivered to them, to agree to take the paper for two months. 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A«Wre« , Addraaa Phona No Phono No Tnken by Taken by Circulation Department THE SEATTLE STAR BetweisTSiatoa* and*i;alTetaltr thru an infected arm; the second, a fatal error by Ward, Yankee second base man, which allowed the Giants to wore the only run in the eighth game, Which gave the National representa tives the championship. Georges Carpenter had a sporting chance with Jack Dempsey, altho that is all he did have. The one "break" went agftinst the Frenchman, when he broke his right hand TklW hM W+MM! bMkrUMfl VMMM Wlf* |t!« y+4t title ftfWtr ■>'i, I to! lord Mik«rUiHtii| Q«mi Anne In Ut* bt| fftittv ef lb# 4»f. Itrwdwy woo to i»Uy f»rmt M M«l HmUtU and f rwnblln «M to |May liAMelu M InuilUtn. The fHndf lUklng Oft t**»fl the Y t-«l»r A G. equftd •( the Kntfhta of C*4*iu*iibin Mftturdft? night by i II to 1 cwunt. AI V* mwm toftdmg Ibo aoonaf villi 14 i*»ltt<o Tbft ftMt»r A Wftlff team ran h«v* ft V«nm with tbft ftothell b:*h srhool fh« • t Hoihoil Thuf*-!«y The should f All the UotbelJ «o«rJ» at the Ilot hell high •* uool to compete B*ve* Nmli«Ui to iMntef mi ft Urtlail; fter ef lb* I Mr*r> en f mt Hftilkieflea frwh l«em. Hft Hftf«i CMUr fur Ibe liereln btgb rhetl Uem leal n«r, bet Kfta bees ehiftng to ft forwwrd i*mlU«*. nag II imwi to be hie Ml«r*l fte h* Wk bftft tot prosed nftildsrsfclj. A slight ifclfl bftft been m«<fe ta Ttie Hlftr l*egoe orbedule for thle week T*»e (felline «'«se will fifty tbft Wilson's Mod ern Utelneoe reU«|e flee ftt the Collin* pi ft T field be ft»e (oruerroe nlgbt ftt 4 p. in . ftud tfte flbftner 4b Wolff-Teeter A. C., orifttr.ft.Ur te*ked for Collins tomorrow nlgbt. «IH bo bold et tbo Klbft* «J«b ftt • p m. b«terdftf ftl«ht "Army** Hftkenh ««, tbft huekf fotor ef (be Jtftitery C te*m. Ift proving to bo ftnft <*t H»e reel stftrs of Tbo Hter iwp Me Ift rt'H ftft the bMI raviter Ift tbft leftgno Tbo lifttlery equed will plfty two ft'or l«ftfu« ftert.ae thle week, meeting the Mlhft4oos ftt OollNis tomorrow niftbt ftt < «& ftr «| plftrlng the Imper'aUl u, m Arn-err Thurodftf night ftt I II in the second round. Washington and Jefferson failed to l>eat the demoralized Galifornia Bruins in the New Year's football game, because Captain Stein, their ail-Amer ican tackle, was offside when they scored the only touch down of the game. That "break"— certainly u tougn one —favored the Westerners. The heavy stress that lead ing coaches and trainers put upon initiative and quick EDMUNDSON'S MEN TO MEET AGGIE FIVE r) OPEN awlnut Or»irnn A|o«i for tha flmt piunn of th« vwnlty trip umijrht. wuiliinitnn'i t*ll ariuail U-fi ul 11 11 l*«t nlffht for CorvKllu. Nun- m*n. Miuuurtr Mm rlo* Kprlnicor »n<l Coach Kdruundaon, ur- making th* trip. Waahlnarton roaches and rnaniurars Klve tha Hon Doditers no more than an even break atraJruit the AatK>ea on tha CorvallUi floor. Washington, O. A. C and California are rated equally ■tronc as tha conference season opens on tha (Tout. Playing two games with O. A. C. Washington will rest Thuraday night and play a return series with Ore gon IYI Jay and Haturday. The Web footers proved easy for Kdmundaon'a men up here, and should be afaln de feated. Victorian oyer O A. C. and Oregon would glva Washington a substantia] lead In the Omst race CHAMP TOBSKS OI.IN ODLCMIII'S, Ohio. Jan. 17 —Btsn- Islaus Zliyanko. heavyweight cham pion wrestler, threw John Olln, the gtant Ktnn, aftar >0 minutes of grap pling here last night II AN I/ON OI TPOINT* BROWN Jan. 17. —Jim my Hanlon of Tienvar outpointed Harry Frown of Phllndelphla tn eight rounds here last night The meu are iigbtwelghta. WHITE BKATS DI*NT)EE BOSTON, Jan. 17 —Charley White. Ch|(»vgo baeted Johnny Dundee, New York, in a fast lOround bout here last night. PAGE • thinking in played bean thoy realize that th< charges cannot take adva tnge of any "break*" th favor them nnlesa they CI instantly sense the Bitwafcii and act accordingly. "Breaks" are but a fiinj I element and can be overet) ! mated, but they are real ai very potent in the spd i world. TK« mlmM* for TM M fw itwHi IM o/ rr/ir—i, riUmi HKMOR (.AMM 1 !#•/■ H. l-wtoffK aft fJMfI *ol» imrk, k4 I p. ■. » lwi% Blfl| l/nwm. 1 v%«a hnhii« v& w»«ii—i Pnu •t Wo*dl»»4 park. at t:U ► «H KWitm, Billy ItlAomiA. 1 jixiok (.Am I H««lh Rark t». Cm an Glgar 6M| t: I ft. at Umemim part. Mo>■■ Uirij Haii*r. J Ikn Carla BilltoHi m MlMi Jmlwi, at toiumfcta, aft t pb mi IWrm, l(»fflla|. ] 4. (*. r* .Hill I——l Mi •I n-»iHr.iii.« park. »t Ip. ■. 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