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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1922.
GORDON M'KAY BEATS JOHNNY WOLGAST IN SLOW BOUT Champion Outsmarts Contender Gordon's Bag of Tricks Wins; Pantley Beats Victor in 4 Fast Rounds lIY LEO H. LASSEN OlinON M.KAT, the clever l.tuhn mitt toaaer, ta •till champion of tit* Ovwt mlddle wot gilt*. He hurl little trouNe defeating John n>* \Voli!»Jl tn their 0 (iwr round parlor mate)) laat night •t lh» l\»vtlu>n McKay won ha- c«HM h« was too Kmart for th* via. Itor Nnth*r toy work..l up a during the four rouiiiln Mr Kay fought Just hard enough to pile up a le.id and to hold It. In the third round Wolfwt nu»de Ms t at ahowinr, taktnn the offen sive and mhifini ntrnil punch** to McKay'a midsection The round waa even. In the tut aeaaton MrCTr started tisin c* left hook effectively. with XVolgast'a head aa a target. The first two round* were tame, with McKay outsmarting the Mlchl ran boy In the clinchaa and outbn*. tnir him. It waa McKay'a aeventh .freight win. Stoma of the cu*toiu*r* hollere.t •bout the verdict, but McKay haJ a clear edjre to apita of hia careful Wolnat waa a dlaappolntment aa he didn't force the coins aa hard aa he wa» expected to. He haa M the dash that h» had when he foufht here two years ago. IVtinkie Pantley continued on lilt wnnlnic way The little Northweet bantamweight kins beat Oumr Victor tn the aeml-wtndup In one of the t»«t fieht* of the night. Fmnki* hi* h«l showing In th* onml round Ju*t iwfore the hell when he tundM thr»e beautiful right *wlng» on the thin and Victor dropp»U under the ihaitr of pouch**. The h«tfl endrd the round «hen n*fer»# Schacbt *m tolling four. In th* thin! rrvind Victor uncorV»d a wfld twlng and »t*«r»rr-d Frankle. hut 0i« champ'on ram* back and had an edg« In this aesiaton. Panfley also had an edge In the burt round. Th* fir*t round was rather eren. both hoy* taking It ea*y. Wfor |o*»-s a kick In his punches by bitting with op»n (lorn KdJi* Hammond h*at Jo» Martin een In the beat fight of th* night. Hammond rav» away quite a few pound* to Martinsen. who la in th# light hoav-ywelght Hammond ■BK* the Ivt three round* by good uee of ht» l»ft hand. Hammond waa too *mart for the willing Joe. Jim Ijansherry yodelled ao loudly for his brother tn law Joe to "fight "em" that he wa* escorted from hi* Mat by a minion of th* law. Another feature of th* apodal event wa* Hammond'* ne*o of a haircut H* looked like he wa* wear Ine ■ dt*gui*«. Roldier Wood*, mayor of To polo bom ho. wa* In on* of hi* wild mood*, and he managed to windmill hi* way to a win ov»r Young Oardeau. Boh Barnes had both eyea pain fully cut and h» had to retire In the **cond round of hta hout with Jo* r»!ltw Tbey*i» lightwelirhi*. Ad Beharh' did all the r»Nreeing A goodly prowl of mitt fatva Mt In on last nicht * show. PINKMAN QUITS TO WELLING F>RTI-ANr>. Feb i.—A caulifVtw •r ear proved the undoing of Ktl di« Plnkman. of Seattle, here (ant MMrh' in a scheduled 10-round bout with Joe Welling of New York. PtDktnan caught a fast one on his iaft ear in the third round an<» wa* unable to continue. Welling wo* Kink man* muit< r up to the unit the fight * topped. The first round wa* fairly even, but Plnkman (bowed no dl*po*ltlon to gwap blow*. The Gothamlte forced the fighting and Plnkman hung on when he could get a chance, doing fairly well in the infighting. Me Jarred Welling with three severe wal lop* in the flrat canto, but could not keep it up in the second seasion. Well tog had the better of the argu merit while the two wtre at arms' length. In the third they were milling In the center of the ring when Welling stepped forward and caught the He attle boy with the declaive swat. The New Yorker's glove apparent ly tapped a blood geyoer In Pink man's cauliflower. Gore spatt«r<-d to the reflei tpr above the ring and anointed Welling'* face and cheat. stopped and appealed to the referee. The crowd booed, but when Plnkman raLecd hla glove and appealed to the faux, they Ustaned to him. No mirror being handy, Plnkman bo doubt thought he had broken hla ear drum. A abort parley In Well ing'* corner convinced all concerned that It would b»s folly for Plnkman to continue. ... 00 KM AN m.ATS I-OARMIN DENVER, Colo., Feb. V .Joe Gor man, Portland, Ore , featherweight, Waa awarded tl*? declmon over the veleran I tick Ixmdman, Huffalo, N. Y., In a clow 12-round ixjut hero last nlgnt. e e e MKAUCT BEATS IIANI>O.V DELPHI A, Feb. John ny Me Jey, local lightweight, defeat "I Jimmy Tinlon, lienver, In a hard fought, eight-round bout here la*t night. ... m lIT 1,1 ROITtONHKMF.iI M'.W YORK, Feb. » The Jack Hrlfion tmv- Hhade bout for the wcl lerwelsHt championship, ha « ti'*en ''"finitely -ei for February 17, In Maili ,on K<iu-irg (iaidcr A Smart Manager That's Eddie Kane, buiineu director of Tommy Gibbons, pugilist. Kane, like Jack Kearns, Jack Dcmpsey's manager, is steering Gibbons to the front rank of the game of swat by smart match making. Gibbons' string of knockouts doesn't mean much, but nevertheless it brings Gibbons publicity and that's half of the game for cham* pionship contenders. Eddie Kane Is Showing Way for Tom Gibbons Smart Manager la Putting St Paul Contender for Heavy Crown to Front; Will Be Ready for Jack Dempsey Match Next Year BY SKABIRN BROWN . FDDIE KANE. who pilots the good ship Tommy Gibbons thru the stormy sens of pugilism, is one of the keenest managers in the business. and in no small degree responsible for the rise of the St. Paul light heavyweight. The fight manager, while seldom in the limelight, is usually responsible for the success of mediocre glove men, and often causes the downfall of really great boxers. A smart man ager is a boon to a boxer; a poor one a millstone around his neck. Jark Ix-mpeey would probably be a tramp, aa he w** when hie man ager picked him up. had it not le*n for the cleeer mu" h making of Jack K»*m*. K.ANK STOCKS GIBSONS Kan* haa r+nt (Uhton* it praciaaljr tba eorra* t rat*. Knr tha punt couple of yaarn Tommy ba* baan fighting aacond and third rutnra, and haa arhltvcd wm« lift** reputation by knocking tbam ovv by the handful, and at lb* anma tima baa acquired a world of n*i»artan'*n. and -tha mont valual»K» thing In tha garna—confident* In hiroaalf. Ontnplalnta from fana and flghtaa* alika that Ofbboua and bia marag*r warn "yellow" In pacing up Gratfc Hraft nan. Kulton. Walnart Mlaka and th* of tba hnavywnlght cream. have bad no rffwt upon Knnn'n careful plan of development. A WHO BY BXCKPT— Now that Kan* thinks hi* flgtiter In ready for the b«*t, he annoumw* that he will mateh hi* man with any body who wants to <haJl*nge him egcept Jack Ifmpwy. Wlm fiddle Kan"! The dldum In those ftnal thr»» words U the brightest mouthful ha ha* ever spilled He's not "yellow"; he'* emart. Gibbon* want* to meet l*»mpe«T. and Kane want* him to mw Ilemp *ey; both think they have a chance to l»»t the champion. Rut Kane My* he want" to clean up the rewt of the contender* flrwt, and to meet Dempeey ne*t year. NEXT YF.\ll Ol< MO KB The reaion In th*t Tommy has not reached the top of hi* form Me win have a iytier cliance with tiempeey a year from now than today With another year of experience Gibbon* will be a* good as he ever wltl be If he can't lick Mempsey then, he never will lie able to do so. He would have no chance lust now. Gllibons knows It, and *o does Ed die Kane. BRAVES WANT JOHNNY BACK Boston Urave fan* are howling for the return of Johnny R-iwllnge. formerly with that club, who ha* the proepect of Kitting on the bencti for the New York Glanla, now that Helnie Groh ha* been purchnncd j and Frlsch shifted to second banc | by the Giant management. Pros- 1 peel* for the purchnne of Itawllng* by the Hrave* appear very remote Just now. however. OREGON STUDES HAVE TO SWIM KI'HKNK. Ore... Keb • Physical edil i'lon department head* at the i'rrtvfrtily of Oregon liave decreed thai every male must learn to swim before gradualmn In veal I gallon has Khown that only 13S un dercla m»n are unable io swim, and <'hln lire laing prepared foi them. mmm I MMH MrCaWfct*. dMUIa-tM mt the IMweta ImiMl Mn. **4 M* *l*7 to* m lh» Nwlk fe»4«n' MMltll *alat#t. I* eianntng t* rneer «WhtafWO HUM rajlrg* wK*« hr ummelite* hi* ht*h *ch—l w*rli W*lt*r MaCl«*4. IJ***la rag* g*ar4. I* coining l* th* ff*«l *• ih* h**t '«*• ***• kmH in ih* *f*e u*g>i* III* work I* IH* i*»t f*w g**i«* ha* W•* *f high 6ua c*ilb*r. 'Taaiila Mack" ChrlaUaann. **«#rnn Pro*<Jw*y b«**» «|| r«>a<-h, rtn'i mtk« up hl» nl*'l •hdli'r h# will tutor th* Tig *m tfeia ymr again pr na< ll« r» iiro<t for « y*ar. nr.d fmi«ha«i 4"wn i« th* ii»t l(« l«rli iui mr and tfeo Ti|*ni *Ol tn« una. IU? Willi*. Imvnwr Vtm*4«mr rm*th+r mi%*i pinr I* •llMMllHf HMI V«l(|f WlllWi will ho ln#|l|lM# far biw#lwlt h« platM • f*m |»m#* «lih Txnnm In Ih# P. I I'M"' ln«l »'«r ll# in at - poctod !• * talanM# MldlilM In •Ho IndlMi* »• foots* II pni »mr «f hi* punting nn*l |M**inf nl|ililr. Tma| WiHl»|fi»M tn Mn| «ount*4 • • »h* vaalnatajr of the IJacaln pitchiai •tnff (bia ipr«| STILL PICKING ON ATHLETICS Ring Miller, traded by Washing ton to Philadelphia, I* something of a humorist, tie look* for a big Im proveraent in his hitting, as he say* he always could rwat them on a minor league club Real Painless Extraction Free Daily la irlir t* latro4oe*> oar mw (wbalebon.) plata wbleb la tba lightest and strongest plate known, does not cover the roof of (he mouth; you e«n bite corn off the eob; guaranteed U yaara Wtskkss. M«4t Ttftt .........M M <-'■■ w ><••* M WHdgewerk 14 W laslgaaa milng |1 All work guaranteed for II yearn. Rave Impreaelon taken In the morn ing and get teeth same day. Kua* Inatlon and advice free. Call and Re* Kananlea »f On* Plata aad IHlte Wark. We 'lUa4 tba Teal af Tin. Moat af our prnaant patronaga |p racoinm«n(]«d by our aarty etintoan ara, whonn work la ■till givla* I'ood nail»far»l'»r». Auk our r«>»- nm*ra, who baaa tnal*d nur work- Whan naming lo aur a//»aa. ba »ura rou ara in thn right plaoa. Bring (hin ad with yoa. OHIO *ar irgiTMUirr rr. •vpaalta rme.r.rataraaa Ok THE SEATTLE STAR Mets Must Win; Can Tie Caps Local Puck Chasers Face Hard Game With Van couver Champions WIN for the Heat- | lla Metropolitan. I In their game with the Van- | couver hockey! champion* a* th* Arena tonight ! will keep tha lo 1 cal .even In the 1 tare for a place I In the t'a&et play- | off. but a defeat will t>* a aertou* setback to the Mate' chance*. If the local* win they will tie place and will be but a half a game from flflt place. If th* local. lone thay rauat win four out of the ne*t fir* game* to clnvh a playoff place. \ Realm ins thetr position the local puck ehaeera muat *tep out tnnlcht •«t*e their ehancoe for the title will l>e thinner than a goblet of bever age at a W. C. T. V aoclel t lloth team* erter their regular lineup* tnnlcht Vancouver will un >loubirdiy depend upon tha (coring «f Jack A (la me and Mickey Mac. ! Kay, who have been hitting a Uvel) pace lately, altlto Hmokey llarrl* ind Alf Mktnner are alwa>* dangar (Ittf. With !V»f Rirk*r back Jn trim and with lining Morrt* playing th* l*<l hwVffy that h* haa »hn*n tu two a*am»m, th# Met* ar« Jtiat nbout aa atroiuc aa t h»> will ba thia jrtftf, lmrvi •♦waitu Va«r«av#f llftlioH O ........ Uhn.ati ?. D rook lii' lt«r H L» Walfcaf H Ma< lay » lUiay ...a U * slon < A-lau.a | XafVt* ~ft W Hkiantr j >Uf#r*a— DAVIS IS DEFEATED BY COLIMA LOU ANIiKI.KH. dl, K»b. I.— Bert Coltm* wiui fiv*n the d* lialon ovff Travt* Harm. Kaattie middlawmxht, ifier four *iow round* til i!»* main a%rnt at Vernon Uat nifht Johnny Ij>txv. flermnionta tam. otiUiuifcd Kid U*orf« lo tn* a* ml Mindtip Monk Fowler 4*f**tari Johnny Trumbllt*. IVrtland il«lit*»i«bt. Tha main avant w*e one of lh# tam**t »t*«*d at V rnor in incmilia. Kana eipraap*l tha opinion tha* Davie anterwd th* rln* only with lha Intention of "Hajiftf" foui round*. Th« onljr tlm* h* thovMl In clination to fight in fh« mm> on«l round. when h» brought a lltt:* Mr* *4 to Cotlmn'9 mouth with a left hook. Cellma tr»*d to mak. a fl»h» of It but r%vU krp< hlmwlf mo Well rovrr«wt Col Ima «u unatt. to Uo 1 rlfrctlrMr. i MACK'S SLAVES ARE NOTIONAL Connia Mark'* Athletic pernonnel Is the mom mystifying n«« of ball player* who ever finished in eighth pi«i-« in an e*ght-«Jub league t>" aplle tha fact that every other tram in tha rtraill Inimpltd over and WfliM «h» lowtjr Philadelphia craw. 33 of the Athletic.* have returned tbetr contract* to their boa*. un signed. K vary body want* mora dough. The bunch acta orxlrter than If they had snared the bunting laat iwam JACK RILES A RASSLIN* FOOL Maybe Jack l>-mpsey will get «om» action after all! Heem* that the champion glove * winger emitted the opinion that a good boxer nan dean up on the I met wrestler In the universe, and the raanler* have *et up a howl. Now cornea Walter Miller, Ijou Angelen A. C. Instructor, with an offer to take on lieniptey In a flnt*b tattle, to be staged In private with only newspapermen aa witnesses, for a aide bet of $7 503 Miller la a gmppler of *om» aland Ing, Maybe Jack spoke too loud. DRAFT SKELETON WALKING AGAIN WASHINGTON. Feb. * The ake|. elon of minor league draft won drait god from tli* closet today and mln ut-ly Inspected by American Irawja magnate* meeting here. Major league delegate* aay no ac tion la contemplated, but the loi.by goaslper* In the Hotel Washington, Where the meeting la being held, had It that Mom* wry definite "action 1 ' la planned. RICKARD WANTS A TITLE BOUT KVIW YORK. Feb. *. St. Patrick's day, lire biggest holiday of the win ter In New York, I* atlll an open dm* for the Madlaon Hqtiare garden, Tex rtlckard said today, lie hud several l>lg carda In mind, hut had not cloned one l(c la aald to bo wanting a Jack llrltton Horny Leonard bout for the welterweight championship or a ' i out eat U-tween Tommy Ulblauia and Harry Oreb. YANKS CAN'T GRAB VEACH NTTW TOFIK. K«b. Oianrwa of I «*r\irlnjr Hobby Vrarh for th* Van j kr* outflHd iwrtvarl * Setback today I wh»n 1t h»ard that Krank Nnvln, | 'owner r»f tbr fstroll Tltrrrt. would Infllat that KvcrMt Hcott l*» Included tn thr deal. "W* will not part wltji j f-rott for any comridcratlon," Jacob j | Ttunpcrt, prfnidrnt of the Yanks, | ' MUd. An Unfair Ruling C A OI.FKRS who desire to compete in national amateur T championship next summer will have to ronvinre the eligibility committee that they are of championship caliber. In other word*. the committee on rating doesn't want any player other than a star to try to enter the cham pionship event. That ih n rather peculiar procedure, since the national open in supposed to be an invitation to all golfer* who believe they have a chance. Score* are not always the best way to judge a player'* real worth. In real competition certain player* have it all over other* who, with nothing at Make, can play a game that i* practically unbeatable. It I* claimed that experience in national amateur event* ha* shown that nearly half of tho*e who enter the qualifying round have no chance of surviving. It hardly *eem* proper to judge the fitnes* of play of any entrant without irfving him a chance to prove hi* worth. That i* what the preliminary rounds are for. It doexn't seem fair for a committee on eligibility to tell any pbiver who de*ires to enter that he can't *imply because said committee doe*n't seem to think he i* of championship caliber. In most sport* class will ultimately prevail. Golf la no exception. It i* a rarity for some unheralded player to mow down a big field, altho such thing* have happened. Certainly the year Ouimet defeated Ray and Vardon. no one cave him much of a chance before the atart of the tournament. It would seem that no player would care to enter an iens he believed he had a chance. Therefore it doesn't seem fair to have a committee count him out before play. "It*!***' Until will iltri p**4in\i ■iry !■»*<»«II |r»i»inf aliti lh«* Srw \ Mtkr* pllrktart a«» ■ I Hal Hfirtafi. Ark Mum. H«*h ahaakey, iMM anil Hart will rvpwrt mi IHe MM IfeMMh lUiih »•« • lUm |»(liu| l« ««*t|iil Iwfar* Ike .••••« alHll Of MHMi «•.!*»« J ml| • l«a»4U lift* M« »w»ywi«>aH, tka lUmMm aan't play ar«HI Mar fi. Mil Ik# wkl> fatar ihe lt«ha la Marl Ik# imm, m lit* « lul«e aill auffre a lot ai Ik* gala villi Mm awl af lb* \mkM> l(M«p. Hal* M»«a#i ma(»«n(l«4 with ft'j'h fat th* fear net ermine trip. naar in I jo* Angela*. I<»« «|eat*4 t>» t'tl'tafnl that he tal<l taadia la gn la lh« likt The veteran .*e*k Qalna *a alaa «v all* a aaaial Ha la aaM tn ha*« e*g»e<t In piar »n«tepen«laat haea*nJi. bat lha ••Iaf«» hurler haa aatlflwl iha Haaton lta<| *>t mat ha »> l report aa lima at trataiag tamp I MNM Ml) SkHIMB ekaatatap. la ana a# Ika mml w«*Jik* play era la Ik# N( lnMa<« l><«U la aU *a«a laraad Ma falaa# lata fit a flgaraa. Jark Ogjaa. Vlattimara Oriala gftrhar mad if Um *»** at racor<l af aay aiiaar !aaau» pit'liar iaat rear a haa ha worn II |amM an<l loat bat eight, hatlag a mo *f la atraight rlclariM la add aaaaaa. T>e *f»a Tar* Glanta alfl tip their pea ee«e*n gein*e with a tiff arlth Frih'*ioa unlaaraitf at tha f#»« greuada April 11. ifta day kafara tha aaaaon apa aa -fa *4 Urn I tli. fwrMf H»»lll> ««t --ftoMw, ww with «H» lit. I ««!• H rmmt—, Mil* Ul* lM«r««ir# dmrimg th* ttinlft M(> m»M Itah# fUtih m Bio m |wtlks, ulitU Ray fethajfc. I r«lfh»f, •mid lh« H««MM Ml MridMl |Miif | . ~ntiH#" r«et»r * ?;*tl»n*l MM rlatlon. m«d« ur of (Mma In tto* MM %%>•(. will »»•»• It i««mi thm fmmt with r|«l« m Kar«M C'ltjr. fit !/•«!•. On-in n«U. «'»lumbw, l»#trmt. t ni|i«n*|*oiin. Clw»tl»Bd. I*l«t»|»»rt and xm*t In Tltir dr»* ov«r * mil;ton «| tha |«t« iMt f»tr, with total r*r«<pt« at IHt.Mt TJt try rVtyUb Natl final lMf»« Uronil «a< k«r will manaf* ih# Niwh ▼ III# taatn In tfc* flauthera laafua tUli mf. SUZANNE WITHDRAWS ' FROM PLAY NICK. Trance, Feb « Mile Hu xanne I«rnglen. European tennis champion, announced her withdraw al from the Nice tournament today. Juat before the flrat player* took the court. The girl atar said her physician had declared her unfit physically for Mrenuous play, but will allow her to practice dally on the courta. She hope* to be In condition to de. fend her title at the firltleh rham plonshlp. In WlmWisdon, Ihla sum mer. BOTH MAJORS USE SAME BALL Contra O' to the belief that exists In some quarters. the tv»ll lliat In used In the American and National leaguni 1" Identical In material and construction. Coach Matthews Announces Washington Diamond Menu BT I1AUOU) MAMIIIH oonferonce games i ill have bean lined up for the Waahlngton baseball nlna thla sea non. according to tha schedule iin nouneeit by Coach H U Matthews for the varalty. The flrat timiout | for tha squad will be called fori March 1 and the team will report dally until school close*. A possibility tjiat Waahlngton may Clone tha aeaaon with a two game aerlea with Indiana unlver alty la announced by tVmeh Mat thews. The Middle Western achool capecta to play In the Northwest In Jnna and Washington ha* ar ranged tentative dates for June 2 and H Training season wltl open In «"amp I«ewls during spring vaca tion. A series of practice games wit ti the army nine baa been ar ranged The conferoncn arhedulo follows: l>al* T*ln«*a. April 21, 22.......0reg0n bcatiia J (Editorial) Franklin Tied With Broadway 26 lo 16 Win Orer Weit Seattle PulU Quakers Into Tie With Tigers VTA>UI»n« WML 1 ♦at P#t OttMn A ana • t 1 HI Hr«<a4«n)r • •••»•»... I I .lit rmnhllg a 1 I ineafn t t HI !<a art I 4 .:$$ Waat Heat tie . . t I «tt SI3TTINO a pace a trifle too fast fur the InditAi to cop* wall. * ranklin took * f**t befketball cam* at \\ eat K*attle ymttriUy, 2€ lo li «nd into a tin with 15 road way for lacdnd pi art. Want K**tt)e looked frxxl at the "Url, and U>* via I tor* f*Jl#d »o pull away from th* Indiana until aftar tha half lima. when th* ap«*ad of the Krankila *tUck put the e»uir on lo*. Johnny Me«ar proved tha luminary for Franklin fiva, at MM AST I raaklla i7o} • I'.. W. KmHl# fWT> <Jreana 'll. F. ....... Upi>r <l* M»|rf (It) y. ..... Uourler ill N|ttld«l. C . . o|a*D (SI Knna 111... O. Bf»ft 'a» Jac kaot. lj, JKateter Kubaiiluttart w'tanfeua—W«ne Waal l»a*la for Otean, Oteea for l»a --vii II namr (2) for Fonrtw, fteferea— Cliff llarriaa* 1 wpire—Tarckir Tor raara AMATEURS ARE LOSING NERVE Action of "Grip" Toomey, In vol untarily c«nf»»*tn* to playing In • professional football tim and re mirninK from athletics for the re mainder of his college career. I* an Indication of the reliction from the n-itlon wide exposure of eolleg. pro fnwlonal athletes Toomev's act can hardly l>e severely condemned, aa the Ilruln halfback ataf played In the questionable Hume after the Conference and Eul-Wmt games were thine* of the past. and la a senior But amateur athlete* all over the country are beginoing to be careful of their step*. VERNON SIGNS COtf-EGE STAR Tlohert !« Ytumphrev, la the latest college atar Jo etgn for a tryout In the I'aclflo et'oant baseball circuit. Humphrey wna a atar on the Georgetown I'nlverslty foam when In college, and la a left-handed pitch er. lie I* 11, tlx fret tall and scales 110 pound*, and will make hta debut with Vernon. JUNIOR CAGERS TO DO BATTLE Tbe U'™i Seattlo ami lien Pnrl« Millard i™mj will moot at Collin* i pluyfleld tonight, »t 7 o'clock, for itlie right to ftiret Khaner A Wolff Kuturdny for a plirt in the finals of ITIu. Htar Junior liaakethall league. ' Hob Morris will hold the whistle. April tl. tl.« O. A. C\ B*attla May < O. A C. <'urvnlll* May I 9 Oregon Ktigone May 10. Wttlamotta Bal#»m May II Hpokan* Mav 17, II (...Idaho Monrpw May 11. If .... W. 8 C. I'ultnan May IS. 23 Whitman W Walla May SI. 87 W. 8. C. 'Tcretit-gladly CLOTHE^ FOR MEN & WOMEN EASY PAYMFNTS hMin(}. <Lx '.tCONOAvr 30Ql!NION j Indians Will Be Fast on Paths This Season Tommy Connolly, Edwin Goebel and Manuel Cueto Add Speed io Local Club; Sacramento Had Speedy Players Last Season BY LEO H. LASSEN N T these days of topheavy batting average* there has been u tendency to overlook the art of baherunning. Hut a good team on the paths will always make trouble and will make their hit* count for more. Jx>ok at Sacramento last year. The team larked the punch that Seattle had. But the Solons made their hits count and they made up for their lack of slugging by their speed on the bases. Merlin Kopp, Charley Pick, Pete Compton, Fritz Mollwitz, Marty Mc (iaffigan, Billy Orr—practically every regu lar on the club, except Buddy Ryan, did good work on the bases. WhiTehacramento will have this classy crew of base thieves back again this year, Seattle won't have to take a bat k svat for the Califor niana. Hilly t-ane and Ttod Murphy rank with th* heat lia*e runner* In Ota league. Murphy had a l«oor year In 1121. I<at ha didn't try like he did lo l»t« when he lead tha league, t UNNOI.I.V IH VAST Tommy Connolly. rount*4 aa tha regular second *a< ker, la **ld to be a fa*t man and *hould uteal around 40 liajfa In the Coaat loop. Manuel Cueto. the Cuhan, elated for tblrd twee, la another faat man an<) .Mould (teal a lot more buae* than Ta* \Vl*t»r*l! erer did Kdwln (loebal. due to play left field, awiped 40 aacka In tha Interna tion.i! league Uat year. He ahould do better titan lull Cunningham, aa iiill w**n't much of a bus* runner. I.I.DHKIt IN NOT SMIW Muck Kldrrd lan't the falrt** , mill In tlie league, hut he lan't tha alnweat either by a long *hot. and he'll cmnt clo*e to eteallng between II and SS lia*e* during the mimmer. With mora batting power and about aa unirh speed as Bacramento ran show. tha Seattle team should make better ua* of their base runntng than the Anions did. and tha Oallfnrnlans finished second to 1 jot Angeles last year. CASEY HOOP FIVE PLAYS MARYSVILLE STAN RIt)DI»K will lead his pow erful Knights of Olumbu* bas ketball five hgainst the Marynrllle team at the Caeey tr>m tonight. Th» Caxeva haven't lor-t a start this xMtaon, running tin « list of something like IT straight victories. The Msryrvllle quintet to n~w h'rc, but It has compiled a good rec ord so far this aaaaon. The Knlghta will take tha floor with Bonnejr and Harris at forwards, Klildle at center, and Siortorty and Meyers at guards. The game will start at t p. m. VARSITY TRACK MEN TO START Flr«t regular track turnout for all vTiml'y and frosh cinder and field mm lit the university will be held tht* afternoon. Coach Hniuwlon ha* decided that cold we.-u.her and the wot track can not hold off the In itial turnout any longer f»rvem' of the distance men have been working out three day* a week during the past month. After thl* week all truck athlete* will report every day. With the relay carnival set for April 19. Washington's track squad will have nona too much time to round Into condition. Edmundson will have to pick aome new mer. to 1 «liu>c« out hi* relay team*, which were cut Into by the lo*a of sevei-nl veterans. California and Stanford have been hitting the cinder* for sev eral weeks and Washington will not he able to ws*te any time In catch in* the Southern schools. MAROON STAR INVESTIGATED CHICAGO. Feb. I— Coach A. A Ft.iex. of Chlciiiro. la today Investl- Rating charges that Clelus Dixon, captain of this year s baseball team. Is a professional. Dixon has admitted playing with the Newell, la., nemt-pro team, but denies receiving aJiy remuneration for his service*, w SON GROWS UP Jim entered the house with a lord ly air. Ills mother, well used to hi* every mood, knew Instantly some thing was up. Never before in hi» fifteen years had Ills mother accn him quite so rimed and so much like a nun. 8h» waited for the news. "Oh, mother, what do you think! I saw dad this noon and I am point: to buy a suit with my own money. Think of It! I'm earning pretty good money after school nowadays so 1 might as well begin to eupport myself. Pad went with me to Cherry's Sale at 807 Rial to building, on Second ave., between Madiaon and Spring, over the lUg*n Whistle, and we got the best looking suit I made the first payment out of my own money. What do you think of that?"— Advertisement, John Ruskin BUILT BY HAND CIGAR PAGE 0 SOCCER LOOP TITLE TILT NEXT SUNDAY A R the Muple l-»afa must either brwt the leading West geatlle •oec«r chib n«it Hunday or r«li»- QUlih all hopes erf taking ">• tIU« Is The Htar Senior flw»r l<-agtie, Uie hardest fou»rM iam« of the seaaoa to eipected. The tilt to scheduled for Hiawatha play field at ZJ9 p. m. Wewt Heattle nan practically dneh the flag by a win ovar tha Canadian*. 80 fur. the count la ore-all between th» dubs. each corralling one tiff and playing one tie. Complete schedule for Sunday's games In both senior and Junior di vision* follow*: SKMOR r.AMEI w#*t Hostile vi. Mapla Fe»t, at lllasatfi*. at Ml p m. lUle'«—Billy Waller Alrrntt 01«t» ¥S. Wm4l«»4 Park, si Woodland park, at 9:3t p. n. Referee —bo 1 |>rmon. irnioK r.AMr.* l*«mn fvi *a AI lati Alhlotle A•- m-tmiiin. at Woodland park, at 1 p- m. Kafora*—lioorga iioafiing. Hallard Junlora »». Ha»thor»« Junior*, at Columbia plarfuld. at I p. ss. R«f srM—Jack Hal! VARSITY SEVEN VS. B. C. SQUAD British Columbia will meet tha t'nlverslty of Waahington hockey sextet In the opening gume of thai Intercollegiate hockey sea won In tha Arena. February I*. A return asnio will t>a arranged later In the month. With the university si* leading in the race for city honors in the A. H. A. and only one gumc remaining on the schedule, the varalty team stand* a good chance of meeting th* British Columbia < l.ampions In tha playoff for tin Western .senior ama teur championship. With a victory in the West the I*urple and CJoId si* would be eligible to ptoy In Toronto for the Allen cup. national amateur trophy. BEAR STADIUM PLANSCHANGE BERKBLKT. Cal.. Feb. I—Unl veralty of California stadium plan* have changed completely, and In •UtaJ of a "•indium" type of ?:ruo m|e a "bowl" patterned after Bun ford > stadium will l>e built. Strawberry Canyon, at the north end of the cam pur. will be Ihe »lt«. and the new sti»cture will scat 7&.000. with future possibilitie* of 95.000. and will ooet lea* than tba original stadium plapoed last fall. It will tx> p'msihle to complete tha stadium In time for the 191" football season. If construction it started Immediately. ZRYSZKO VS. STECHER • *•/•>« t» m.L m rm. . • SEW YORK, Feb. B.—Slanlalatn Zhysxko snd Joe KtecM*. for th« heavyweight championship, prolnlily will lie the next wrestling event In the Garden. Promoter* anr trytng to match the pair for February 21. Money back guarantee with every •ult. Ivtff. the Tailor. 1106 3rd.—Adv. w E-^Championshlp HOCKEY Vancouver vs. Seattle Wednesday, Feb. 81b 8:30 P. M. Sharp ADMISSION: 11.00—Tax lOc—Total fI.JO *l.!7—Tax 13c—Total f 1.40 11.59—Tax 18c—Total fl.Tff Reserved seat* now on aal« at the Arena office, 1310 6th ave. I'lione Main "493.