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WHO IS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER IN PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE? ***¥******* M******* * * * * * * tf. X- * * * * * * * COAST COLLEGE EOWING ASSOCIATION MAY BE FOIMED SOON STAR TO HOLD CONTEST TO ANSWER THIS PRY F«n« Are Asked to Vote on Player Whom They Think Most Valuable to Hi» Club; Stacy Shown to Put Up Prize for Player Named; Letters Atked For BY LEO 11. LASSEN 'lO is the most valuable ball player In the Pacific Coast league? That's a pretty big question anil It's merely n matter of opinion. Hut The Star will put it up to John Fan to decide the big problem.** Here's how: A ballot will be run In The Star every day for the next thre® weeks. Fans are asked to fill in their names, addresses and phone numbers along with the name of the I„. player picket!. Kach fan will be aft Wad one vote, \otes will be checked and any fan sending in more than one vote will have all of his ballots thrown out. TVIP fans are asked to shoot sauare with Th» .Stir nn thia phase of the contest. The will be |tr«l a gpectal <ter at th* bnll park when hi* tnm play* In !»*attl« Every player In the leagu* !• ellglbl* to be voted tvr during thl* roniwt. roujM. cummks Jd I.V St Th« polling wtlt do** July » | Vote* »houl>l be sent to the Haeeball Editor. Seattle Star. To >:hmu tha big eelegratlon. Sta ey Shown. dean of all Seattle fan*. | wilt «iv» a *wlt»ble prt*e for the win mt "t tha contest for a *ouvenlr of the honor. ! Beside* tha voting. IK* fcng ara J uk«! to *end In letter*, not mora | than 1M word* In length. telling why . they picked (heir Candida i* for their , Vote. The fan writing the best letter J wilt be the honor gueat of the day j and will be given a apeclal box of all (Ml. at the ball park. Theaa letter* , ba written In Ink or typewrit Kr: and most be ahort, to th* point Vaad on on* (id* of the paper only. IV Each fan t* eligible to rue only one , letter A committee will b* appoint ed to aid tha writer In deciding the winner of thla contest. Letter* will be printed on* or two • dajr, at they are received, the be*t ; of the communication.* being pub- j ljahed. KVKBT TRAM HAS rnfED HERE The Seattle fan* hare *e*n erery team In action here tbl* year, and •very club wlB com* here once again j thla (eaaon. Do your voting careful ly. and don* let heme town prejudice j affect your vote. Olv* tha enemy aa | fV*Q bftoOt. The American league ta holding j guch a conteet with a *crtbe Id each city voting for eight men. on* from ( each team. Flrat count* eight. me~ i ond seven, and *o on. The player re- j | reiving moat vote* gets tI.MS from i " the league. The Bur belter**, however, that I while the local fans are Interested In ' thla eonteat, they are more vitally lntereated jn the Coast league. Now. go to It. fan*, and eend In thoae ballota! We're all *et to count , 'etn' A FEW SINS FORGIVEN A WO batting average, a fleet p*,r of leg* and a good baaebaSl bran. N Those three valuable a«**t* be j ng to Don Brown, Oakland out 1 fielder. But a few week* ago Brown wan , dered from the etralght and narrow j path and Del Howard threatened j him with the blue envelope. Howard even went *o far aa to buy Frank Bchulte from Seattle to replace him But J0« hitter* are valuable, even In theee alugglng time*, and Brown la *t!U playing regular!)-. Report* coming from LM Angel** •ay that he promised to he good and In view of hu ability, evidently Howard had a change of heart. MYERS ANOTHER COMEBACK Elmer Myer*, the Salt Lake hurl er. i* another on* of thoae big league veteran* who have found th* Fountain of Youth on the P*'-lflc oast, Th* tall righthander Its* pitched good ball for th* Bee*. Ho mad* hla debut In Seattle ar.d hit three-hit ahutout game against th* Indiana will be remembered ** one Of the flneat pitching feat* of th* )*<ir here. rKAVATH "STILL CLAYING '"Cactua" Cravath I* atlll wallop trig the old onion on the smeller. TJfi veteran, who fllvvered mi |.llot th* Rait Lak* n*e*. la playing the outfield for the Minneapolis club In th* American a«*ocla'ion. He doagn't play regularly, but h* 1* In the game considerably and I* iystng u*ed ** a pin»-h hitter. The Mln neapoll* club hi putting up a stub born fight for th* flag In the A. A. circuit. MEMPHIS OCT IN FRONT AGAIN Bpen-:er Abbott, the BUI Rsttck of •he Southern league, h«* his club In front again In that circuit aft*r a poor start. Alfcott is rated aa one of the bert ■lnor leagtjo pilots In th* bunlne**, a man like Keakk, who Is not only a *m«rt bn*i|»Bll general, but a great leader of men who gel* the (tWJti out of hi* players. J»k*y A t*. another great minor league leader, has hi* Fort Worth club out in front for th* third straight time Hi* club I* *o fur •head that the Texas league offl clal* are thinking of splitting the Mason. Theae aie ca*e* where the man ager make* the ball club. After i,»ln* bounced from the To ledo club where he atarted the *»a --•on a* manner. Fled Luderoui. veteran flrat *acker, has finally caught on with the Karinaa City elub in the Kirne loop. CONTEST BALLOT | VOTE for a* the moat r»iu»bl* tell play *r in th* iflc Coa*t leeigu*. iNimfl (AtlUre**) (Phonei Ifim (fir Sir * * pSWKIf -s Tnliilnl lw ■>««>* MM fa— »< !»■*« talk tWw Una. «•*« I •Hfc lw mm wm4 «*•• »«b thra* m. Tb« Rmm Wu Ik* Yaaka, 1 to «. I -H" fcutta* mily M |**«a» Km* M« h*» MM bom* m b»» t»« Car4a lb* r»II* • t* 9 u>4 I lo I hulxr I Ring tM III* owa |im la lit* a*cn»4 i «M» » km* run. ! FrM Toaar ba« • »■« 4*r. >M ni. ' rt'«b*<l *t»M«nd»r th* H.MI, tka atanu irlnnlii tun CUM. I I* t. Tli* MoMm au4* H «*t«* <Wf**U I* iba (IM WIM |i»n *1 iM> Wmiaia trty <■!■*■ iH*r Mn by lb* Ma, « I* I, Itaitma* Ml Mi nth h«a*r l* >*• j ninth inning oltb two on haaa. an« iha ! Tlfrt H**t |b« Atblatlra. T t* I Cokfc Ml lira limn In flva timaa u». J C***lMki* labb*4 Ik* ball o»ar la Iba j r.'.nsh Inning, and m*4* lha Had baa a , «ifi of an ran*, in* Indiana wtnf.i >«, tl ,la T. Vaottl felt m el*«l». s m 4 • tftyls, a MM! nwwul thrr* rune help Iftf th* H bite DM Nat UM Ncasters, j 4*• I. | Two r%»*»• a<-er»4 on Roh«W« trWf j task ft well pi* n** |tm« away from i Veito* ftor-m, and enab!«4 tM Bravaa to ! Mat Pittsburg. * to t. IKE BOONE IS BACK AGAIN Ike Boone. who I*4 the Southern league In hitting wtU> th* New Orleans elub last year. la having his iroubln thin wuon. He wan given a trial by the New Turk (Slant* and waa found wanting. Than I twit an* poll* ha* given him th* air. It warn* aa If Boon* la ft all hla bam hita In lha Southern league laat season. Well, he'* back in that loop again, hooking up with Little Rock, and ha ll have a chance to pick up again in the percentage*, perhnp*. KILLIFER IS AFTER HURLER "Red" Killefer, Ix>* Xngele* pilot, haa cent a hurry up call for pitcher* to th* Chicago Cub*. With Elmer Ponder, hi* crnck right-hander, on th* shelf, Kiilef*r n*ed* pitcher*. But th* Cub* sent three promis ing young hurlers to Wlchlt* Falls, in the Western league, yenterday. In part payment for Earl Adams, aaitl to be one of th* best short Mop pros pect* In the minor*. CUNNINGHAM HITS ONION According to la*t average* avail able. Bill Cunningham, former H«*t tie outfielder, was hitting .841 for th* New York Giants. MRS. MALLORY OFFERS ALIBI SOUTHAMPTON. July ll—Sail ing for home, Mr*. Molla Mallory, AmerWan tennl* champion, aaid th* rain threw h»r gam* off. and that *he was not at her be*t when Mile. I>englen defeated her. She admitted that ah* had *ome words with th* French champion. REAL WEIGHT TO THESE FEW WORDS IF weight counts for anything Lonnl* Aiwtln, lo«l fight Im ha» ft wonderful mahu of heavyweight*. Headed by Ned Dunlap, th« Hultnii log ton»er, and Tony Du rando, the kin* of IJttle Italy. Austin ha* UneU up five would- X Dean of Seattle Fans Stacy Shown, the well known jeweler, ha* certainly earned, the honor of being dean of Seattle fandom. Stacy ha* been watching has* ball in Seattle since the palmy day* of the late nineties when the apple* were to**ed around on the old Jame* street ground*. Once more Shown ia in the Seattle baseball limelight, th me a* the donator of a handsome prize for the winner o/ The Star's first annual conte*t in which the fan* are a*knl to totr for the most valuable hall player in the league. M'Aflf the prize is to be won't be divulged until it is presented, but if it doesn't knock the eyes out of the lucky player then he's a blind man. Classy Field Enters State Tennis Tourney Small Entry List, but Plenty of Class; Drawings to Be Made Friday; Play Will Start in Singles Events on Monday SMALL In number, but large with class, the entries have closed for the Washington state tennis tournament that will get under way at the Seattle Tennis club Monday. Dut 20 men entered the singles events. Doubles teams have not all been completed yet. Drawings will be made Fri day. The entry includes Irving Weinstein, of San Francisco, 1921 champion; Van Dyke Johns, 1922 city champion, jand Marshall Allen. 1921, I ranked No. 1 for 1921. The Miry lint M»:M« MXtILU Crawford Andaraon. Man**! Smith. IX A ItaalfctH W u Warran. r R Nalaon. II V D. Joh nm. Armand Marian. t,aon r>e Tur-nna It H Vender l-ea. HerfeOH L VlDafea J Walr,«t»ln. William Ma Mllkn. Oram UIMT'. R llurr M Sat«al Ralph Millar. Kwsana Oldham Hrman Zattlar frank K a I oar *bl Kddte Itauar. Frad Collin*. (>4n Walter. t'lalra Khanr.on. RtaalVf Ata«4. C R. tlolbriKili, Mar«h«il Allan. W. (1 I'-tiHiw and William Whalan *miiv« IDlllun Marian Whralnn. Mra Wmenna Pournua. Merme M> Donald, U>a J C. ('aahliK. T.iK Ilia llnilowar, Eilaabath Karr Rita M»yar. Mra. Marian Soule lSendara->n Harriet Franklin Cat hHIM Hall. Kluab.th a array. N-tila r altar. Irana Campbell, Mra w R Northrap. Alalia Fordin* and Hatty Hateb. " «>•«»:* * IMM HUM Marlon Wbeaton and Mra Slmenaa Bft4tr<i«a, Mra J C. i'uahlng and Marina McDonald. Ellaabaih Karr and l.u-1! !a ttotlowa r. Kara i,Mn*aton and Mra. Ro*ar Hi agdon. Mrt'l norni.r.n r*r*wford Andaraon ant! Manaal Smith, riarka Harallo and William MrMillan Oram I .allure aad m<-hard llurr Kusaae Oldham and Ralph Millar Kddla lla.iar and Frank KMttvlkl. Hlrhard Vandar l.aa an<l lann [>a Turanna. Jehnenn and Rrur-a Heaketh. Stanlav Alarm.d and C. H lloit.rook, William Whalan and Hatbart Buhr. Ml\m nomu Rriiaa llaakalh and Marlon Whaafon. Harold Van Urka .fohna and Mra Slmonne tl<»ur<jua. Richard Vandar ' -a« and lllla Marer !.»<m l>a Turanna and Mra. R"tt»r Brasdon, f'lalra Khannon and Mra Ra» Utaffnrrt Jl MIIK nlMil.Kfl Armani Marlnn, Hud Marlon. Frad Walker. I«a l.lven*ond. Howard l,an*!l*. dan latwla, Boria Jurln, Frad Colllna. Paul Jstkaon. Tom Todd. novn' mmu.H Harbart Winn. Joal piaailerker Burna Ryan. Richard Stevana Frad Walkar, Howard l-anglla. Harwoort Mmrlarin. r'harlaa Tyaon. Tom Todd. William liar va> and H-djart Alhartaon BANTAM KING IS SUSPENDED NEW YORK. July IT J"* I.ynch, new bantamweight champion, and hi* manager, Eddie Mead, were sus pended by th* boiing commission, pending an lnve*tig*tlon of the re- port that Gynch guaranteed Young Duffy fS.ObO for a chance at the title. be Jack Hempaeya for rln* work in the Northweet. Ilia newe*t addition* *re M Jame*. another lon wrestler from Kultnn, Andy Hant«U. nnf of Seattle* traffic copper*, find I>an Hallno, n miner, built like Hercule* himself. Austin su}'» that every mew- THE SEATTLE STAR Suspension Hurt Babe, Says Wife Bambina Flivvers in Big St. Louis Game, but Spouse Sticks With Him BV 1.1 ( 11.1.K r. SAI'SDKKM NEW YORK, July ll.—"Whafg the matter with my Italia? Why. nothing that I know of. He'a out t lie re trying to get over three big handicap* and be ought to get credit for trying. Three auspenalon* In the first half of a aeaaon would break any record " While.the awatlea* king of hasahall was trying to get the champion eye of the game working ytsterday at the Polo Grounds, hla loyal wife was giving him a feeble hand from a crowd that was not canceallng it* be ller the Ham was not what he used to l>«. "He might to have a chance." Mr*. Ruth aald. In the hard, trying tlme« when the Hals) dropped from tlie ifreateat Idol of the diamond almoat Into the du*t. he did not change. Mr*. Kuth sukl. "He l* still hatting 1.000 with food •nil and If he hnn iiny urotich ha keep* It for the field," ehe Bald. MAY HOLD BOUT JUNE 30, 1923 NEW YORK, July M.~-Tex flick ard Buy* ho ha* tentatively decided on June 30, 1#23. for the Dempaey- Will* fight. If he In the promoter. New York or New Jeraey will be the place. McKAY TO GO SOUTH TODAY Gordon McKay, Idaho middle weight, I* leavln* today for fx>« An Hole*, where he expert* to line up bout* with Panama Joe Guna, "Dyna mite" (leortre and Murty Farrell. her of thla quintet will Jar the beam over the 200 pound mnrlt and that every one will Jar af"w china when they connect with leather mitten*. All five of the bl* boy* will be aee.n In action In Kealtle when the glove puahera get Into the ■port limelight eg&ln. Seals Put on Rally and Annex Five Run* in First Inning Give Frisco Win Over Seattle —— > Wen, !.<*t. Td. v»nw« to m .i*t *•« Krißclir* II II 111 <>etalar4 It II .4lfc welt l.ake 41 41 .414 I.O# An«ri*e . ... 41 I# «>>'• Heftlll* ................ 41 II .411 )*ortl*n4 It II .461 n«<;r4m«n(i .......... 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TAa arorA— It H. f. l*ortlAtt4 t It S At AnfclM Y 14 t Halt** tee i-eve*#na nr*4 KUlAti. Thome a. L>umo\lch ai»4 Maid arlA. *ATIO>AJU LEAOri Woo. lx>«t. Fp! Xa» r«ft 41 14 .111 l<niA 41 14 It, • air««o :. 41 II .111 ClACltlttAll II II .111 4t 49 I«« I*l M a bu#f ............. t« 41 .111 I*hllA4v!f>hlA 31 41 !»3 ihtlti Ha#«oA I. I CIACIAAAII 4. Ilrooklm I. Mbw tark t. ChlvAffo I. t*h«u»la<|»hia t. At PbllA4alphtA t» At. UuA I tAcond CAmaiJ. | AMVSHICAX I RAM F. Wo a Lo«t, Prt. At Uula II II .»>• %-aar Vorli ............. 41 tt Aft f'AlrAto 41 II .111 Detroit ................ 41 41 .til W«ehln*< t> ........... II 13 .471 Clcvihtnt II 41 in Iloeton 14 4 & .419 l'bll«4«tyhlft . It 44 .411 RKM Ml Clattlind 11, Iloaton T. : At. J,<>ula T. .Saw Tttit 4. Chicago 4, Wuhinilan 1. Detroit T. fhll44tl|>hli t SEALS GRAB PREP HURLER The Ran Franclaco Heal* certainly algn 'era young. Their latest ac- Tuisltion la young Pendergrast. the hurler who pitched the Bricr»mento high school club Into the California high school championship this aprlng. Ilea a righthander and •hows promise lie will probably lie shunted to some ama!) minor league club next spring to be brought beck the following year for a trial with tha Heala. TONY BROTTEM AT LOUISVILLE Tony Brottem, former Vancouver eatcher, after wandering around the bns»-ball realm for the past three or four season*, haa finally settled down to catch for the Louisville rlub In the A A. Star Swim Entry Blank I iun a regular member of the A. A. U. and wish t/> enter the events in The Mar swimming meft marked with X; MEN S EVENTS a*nl arm —- v Junior* nnii 100-yard trr* style. (Under 14 years old) jod-yard In-east Ktrrka. 60-yard fret style. iMNyard bark stroke. (Under ltJ years old) Fancy divln*. 10-foot board. 10-yard fr«e style. Mile marathon. 100-yard f» »tyle. 60-yrud ba«k strok*. aft*yard breast stroke. Fancy diving, 10.foot board. WOMEN'S EVENTS Senior*- Jiii'lrtm mid Wovlrn-n—• 100-yard trr>* style. (Girls under 14 ytara old) 100-yard breant «troke. 60-yard frr*e sty I*. R«» yard hack stroke. (Glrla under 1« years old) Fancy diving-. 10-foot board. KO-yard free atyle. Ml In marathon. 60-yard back stroke. RO-yard breast stroke. Fancy diving, 10.foot board. Entries Close August 5 (Name) ........... « (Addrraa) (I'lione) * BOUT FOR WILLS LOOMS *** # * * * * * Must Be "Built Up" for Dempsey *** *** * * * JACKSON FOR OPPONENT BY HENRY L. FARRELL NEW YORK, July 13.—Because it Ih prescribed part of every build-up Harry Will* will have to fight someone to show that he qualifier for a chance at the heavyweight crown. Carpentier had to knock off Hat Levinsky as re<|uired proof that he was good and Will* will have to polish the hide of one "Tut" Jackson, the latest phenom from Ohio. I)av« Drisroll. matchmaker for the flghtlng depart ment of the lirookly lianehall club, in after a Will*- JackMon fight for early fall, and JackHon hi said to be in more than a listening mood. , Wills can't make ait much in six months on the Ho bo ken docks as he could Ret for an hour against Jack son and he probably will accept. Iteing as Dempsey wants to fight himself back into condition, and since the jury box of the ring is inclined to put thumbs down on the champion operating on one of his former victims, the British champion, Joe Beck ett, may be lured across the pond to lay himself on the altar. Football Bug Stirring in Prune State Early California Will Get Away to Early Start With Infor mal Practice Next Month; Official Grind Starts Sep tember 15; Stanford Outlook Is Better SAN FRANCISCO, July 13.—Football practice will start unofficially on the Berkeley campus about the middle of August. . Coach Andy Smith will put all likely can didates thru the paces, and will give a thoro course of instruction in the elements of his football system to all owners, k Altho the university opens for the fall ses ' sion about the middle of August, the Coast I football season does not get under way until about Septoml»er 15. Regular varsity prac- tice will not l>egin until about that time. Assistant Coaches Rosenthal and Price will pay special attention to any likely Bruin material developed In the numerous class first and second teams, which will hold sway early in the season in full force. California has a stiff season on its hands this rear. The Golden Bears will meet the University of Southern Cali fornia at Los Angeles, and hope to beat the booster boys as badly on their home lot aa they did this year in Berke ley. California will also make a trip north to play Washing ton, which is expected to be a stiff game. Th» climax of the season, of ford. which will be played at the Palo Alto bowl again this year. Stanford if believed to have an ex oellent chanc* of barbecuing a bear when the big day rolta around. Pop Warner'* two aaaiatants, Thornhlll and Merr, will be on the Job early at tha I'alo Alto Institution. Infer ma I practice la expected to get un der way 10 day* before college of ficially open* about tha first of September. They are thoroly f.imil 'lar with the Warner aystem. and are ' expected to produce a tram that itn ahow AnU> > lads a gocx» many trlcH* they nev.r draamed of be fore. The Cardinal fana wera great ly cheered by ,liie new* that Art Wlloox will return to colleg* Oil* fall. It had been reported that he would not come hack. On paper (he Stanford prospective eleven ■tack* up nboul 10 IS with Csllfor nla. Stanford *liouM have the b<*( of the Ifne. and California the ad vuritage of a brilliant veteran back ' field. Red Kelt*, vcteron Cardinal star, haa been appointed assistant I coach for the coming year. Several Changes Listed In Star Swimming Meet «r\AIV HENRY, manager of Tha Star swimming meet, haa made several changes In the list of event* for the meet, which will be held In | August. The men and women divers will i compete In a high diving event, the first high diving listed for a Seattle I water meet In nearly three year*. « The other changes llrted are: A novice event, open to both men Kelly Is Leading Clouters Frisco Outfielder Climbs Into Lead in Coast Bat Marks JOR KEL.L.T. Ban Francisco out fielder. is leading the Coast league in hitting. Including Sunday's games. He Is kissing the onion at a .317 clip. Red Smith, of Vernon, is second, with .SSS. - Department leaders follow: Runs—O'Connell, 7S. Hits—O'Connell, 131. Two-base hits —Poola and Elglln, 31. Three-ha.«e hits—Hawics, IS. Home runs—Griggs nttd Shick, 13. Sacrifice hits—Willis and McCann. 30. Stolen bases—Cooper. If. and women of any age who have not finished first, second or third In any registered A. A. I?, meet before. This event will be a 60-yard free atyle dash. The a«e limit of the flint division of the Junior section will be raised to IS years In both boy and girl di visions. All juniors under 1? years of age will be allowed to compete In these a vents. The SP-yard -free style dash from , the Junior boy dtyislon will be strick en from the program. Kntrles are now open and all that ; Is necessary for the swimmers of the jdty to enter is to fill out a blank land svnd It to the sporting editor of The Star. Kntrles close August 5. MITCHELL IS STILL A RED The way Uill Phelon, veteran Cincinnati scribe, writes, It seems that the Clncy club stlfl has a string on Oliver Mitchell, San Francisco southpaw nee. Phelon says the Reds have a great star developing on the Coast In Mitchell—and yet the Seal writers claim that Mitchell Is the propn ty of the Frisco "club. Per haps he Is, Just like "Lefty" O'Doul didn't belong to the New York Yanks lust year. WAKEFIELD'S BILLIARDS THH t'IM-ST I'I.WIMJ KqrIPMKNT NEW CI'Ml ION'S—NEW BALLS—NEW CLOTH Twenty.sl* Tables Twenty t ard Tables Mix Barber t'halrs Fountain—Hestaurant Joshua Ureen (luUdlng Fourth and Pike WE SELL BASEBALL TICKETS PAGE 11 Five Crews May Enter League Washington and Califor nia Would Head New Coaat Rowing Body BY LEO H. LASSEN THE grest success of the Within** ton and California crews on 'hi Hudson in tha past two years, both shells finishing aecond to ths power ful Navy eight In their reapeetiva rare*. has been a mighty stimulus to rowing In the West Word la going Ihe rounds In Co*at •port ctrrles thnt a new rowing asso ciation will b« formed before the 1121 training season start* this fall. Stanford, out of th« rowing (air* for several year*, la anxious to get back In the «port. Two n»w colleges, the t'Rlvmllir of British Columbia, of Vancouver. B. C., and the Keed college, of t'ortlami, are said to be ready to build ahsjls and to go into the oar Kama innnedl- » ately. With five crewa competing tvery year, the Western regatta would be a race that would rival the I'ough keepsie race for big league ciaas. Plans for the rowing season and the poaaible formation of thin new rowing organization will undoubtedly be one of the main issues at the next Coast conference meeting, which will not be held until fall. SKIES CLEAR FOR SKOKIE GOLF PLAY SKOKIE COUNTRY CLUB. < h!e*u go, July It.—A warm sun rapid ly dried up the Hkokle g*>lf course to day for the third qualifying flight la the national tournament. A. heavy mist, which hung over the valleys at sunrise, disappeared when the first pair teed off. Weather forecasts war* cool and clear during the remainder of the tournament Casual water still stood In a few low places, following the heavy rata* which caused postponement of th* flight yesterday. Leaders Crash Home Runs in Major Melees Hornby, Cards, J; total, 13. Williams. Brawns, total. 11. leliman. Tigers. 1; total, 14. Williams. Phila, 1; total. 1«. Fournier, Carda, 1; total T. Toung, Giants. 1; total, 4. Harris, Red Sol. 1; total. 4. Ring. Phils, 1; total, L HOLDOUTS ARE STILL WAITING BUI McKecknle, new manager of the Pittsburg Pirates. has wired Wal 11er Schmidt, crack holdout catcher, to reconsider his decision and Join the team. But Schmidt replied from his Modesto home that his salary de mand of SIO,OOO be met before he l would plnv again. Ed Rousch. Cln icy outfielder, la stilt waiting a*- i-enely on his Ohio farm, holding out !for tIS.OOO. JOHNNY KILBANE IS CHALLENGED TARTS, July 13.—M. Rousseau, president of the French boxing feder ation, today cabled a challenge on be half of Eugene Criqui. European featherweight champion, to meet Johnny KUbane, the world's cham pion. Criqui I# ready to sail as soon as ha receives an answer. \ BIG SHOOT ON IN PORTLAND The Pacific Zone handicap trap shoot opens in Portland today. A large number of Seattle shooters as pect to compete. WHAT A NICKEL IS ABLE TO SECURE IN A CIGAR TODAY A real smoke In a 5-cent cigar hail been the ill earn of the Great Ameri can Smoker for a good many months, and here he has It In Wm. Penn. A real old-ttme cigar, at the eldtaah loned price. 5 cents. Received everywhere with an Im mediate popularity. It Is today the largest selling 5-cent cigar In the country. It la popularity well deserved. The Wm. Penn Is the best cigar value on the market today. It is fully a year ahead of the times for the price. Manufacturer and dealer re ceive much less profit on the Indi vidual cigar than they really Uave a right to take, but th*y are getting it back In the euormouts sale of thta genuine quality smoke. Step up and try a Wm. Tenn. Tou will have respect for a nickel after you have bought one and smoked It. Note —There 1s only one prloe for a Wm. Penn —5c straight—ls per hundred ->SO per thousand. Please do not ask the dealer to sell for less. He cannot afford to do It.—Adver tisement.