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SPORTS TIGERS AGAIN IN 2ND PLACE; RIVALRY KEEN BI'TTK. .Mont., Jii'ie 28. — Hlvalry bftween Kuss Mall Mil Jne .McGlnnlty will ba.e a line chance for settlement hert: this week. The Tacoma and Hutte teams are lodiiy tied for second place In the Northwestern league. The tie cume when the Tigers wallop* ed Mitiinnlty yesteniay, 9 to l. A week of genuinely interesting baseball Th promlsi <l, as both teams are determined lo t.ike sec ond position and bolt) it. •• • • McCinnlty pitched a lice nam* yesterday, but bin team supported h1 in poorly. Four errors in li» Infield antl two in left (laid help ed the Tigers. The Tucoma team hit hitrtl, however, anil «*arued tbe game despite Butte's weakness. Sutherland's two bagg-'r and a pair of triples by ltlgb_e and I'eten.on were of material assist ance. •• • • Great Kails and Spokane wore delayed b.\ I'loons In the Montana hills, and did not arrive at the Electric city ln time for a faint. Hurls) and the Grandads reached I (in pit Kails last nighl .mil Hill I immediately went into session with llie directors of the club. M e has an Iron-clad contract for his valari this season, and will forie the directors to pay nini, even though lie Is deposed, it is be lieved. •• • • Herb Hester, of Salt Lake, sriitl : (o be a very clever first basenipin, ! met the team last night and tooii over the »f tgtrlsl role at once. He will adtl Tony lloeckel, former Tiger, and 'Red" Toner, a fast infielder, to tlie team. .No an nouncement has yet been ma.lo aa to whom he will release. •• • • Kmplre Bush, who failed to work in either the Saturday or Sunday games In Tacoma, Pitcher Bonner doing the indicat-ir work, was on hand at Seattle /e;.terduy. Bush ban been troubled with neu ralgia of the teeth, and has suf fered agonies with his molars the past few days. •• • • Yesterdaj's score at BttttS fol lows: Tucoma. AB R H PO A E Bigbee, cf . . 5 2 8 2 0 0 l.card, 2b ... 4 2 1 4 I | Fries, If ... 4 1 1 3 0 I Bohne, as ... 4 1 0 5 4 0 Wuffll, 3b . . 3 0 0 2 3 | Thompson lb 4 1 3 8 0 1 Peterson, rf . 4 1 1 1 0 0 Bartholemy ( 4 0 0 2 0 | Sutherland, p 3 1 1 0 1 0 Totals . . .35 9 10 27 It 1 Butte. AB It II PO A ■ Levin, ss ... 5 0 3 l«i I 2 O'Brien, 3b . 4 0 2 1 0 0 Orover, 20b .500260 lllllyard. If . 4 1 2 I 0 2 Johnson, rf . 4 1 1 o 0 0 Klppert, cf . 4 1 0 2 0 0 Stokke, lb . 4 1 1 7 0 2 Hoberts, c . . 8 0 0 2 4 0 McGlnnlty, p 3 0 0 ) 2 0 •llealy 1 0 1 0 0 0 Totals . . .87 4 10 27 15 6 •Hit for Mcliinnlty in ninth. Tacoma 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2—9 Butte 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—4 Summary: Two base hits — Johnson, Levin, Sutherland, O'Brien. Three base hits—Big bee. Peterson. Home --un—lllll yard. Double play- Bohne to Leard to Thompson, lilt by pitch er—By Sutherland, Kobe: is. Wild pitch—McGlnnlty. Stolen base* —Kippert, Orover. Buses on balls —Off Sutherland I. Struck out —By McGlnnlty 3, by Sutherland t. Left on bases—Butte 6, Ta coma 2. Time—l:3o. Umpire — Fluneran. LURE OF DIAMOND STRONG SAYS VETERAN OF GAME The lure of the diamond! Once a man has been in profes sional baseball. It's the hardest thing in the world to keep out of it. C. E. Irwin, who managed the San Francisco club in ihe days when Tacoma was in 'he Coast league, and who only left the dia mond last year, after 19 years' active service, is thinking of go ing back. Irwin spent his last two seasons as an umpire in the American Association. Last year lie iui; the game, because he round that en umpire's summer salary wouldn't buy groceries .nil winter, and got a Job with the Milwau kee. His work takes him ill the way from Chicago—his present home—-and Tacoma. He Is here every few weeks. Yesterday a telegram reached him from Mrs. Irwin, saying that Frank C. '/.fli tting, president of the Western league, had offered him a fine Job as umpire in that circuit. "I don't know whether to ac cept or not," said Irwin. "I got this place with the Milwaukee road because I wanted an all year Job. and wanted to get out at baseball. They don't pay any #**>♦♦*♦♦**«•♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ • « NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE # ♦ Score*. Ycwterday. ♦ •- Tacoma 9, Butte 4. * •> Seattle 5, Vancouver 0. 4 ♦ (ireat Falls-Spokane •— be- v '.- layed by Hoods. t> ♦ • ♦ i i \«.t i: si whim. » ♦ Win. Lost. Pet. * I Spokane ....38 19 .667 ♦ «• Tacoma .... 28 27 .509 4 P Butte 28 27 .509 *• •> Vancouver .28 II .48.1 4 . Seattle 25 30 .424 * ♦ Seattle 24 30 .407 • ♦ ♦ ♦ THK "IF" COLUMN ♦ ♦ If Win. It Lose. ♦ ♦ Spokane 672 .655 <$> . Tacoma 518 .500 4 I Hutte 518 .500 <t a Vancouver .. .492 .456 4 ' Seattle 433 .417 ♦ ♦ .-Vntil 417 .40u •$> ♦ ♦ ♦ PLAY TODAY » ♦ Tacoma nt Butte. «<>> ♦ Spokane at Creat Falls. *?> Vancouver at Seattle. * ♦ <S> ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦*$> <> <»*'♦ a a a * * L^fft COLUMN r^K*. ______ AN |ilS 5»R*-.PORT,r Eddie Fries, who was signed 'o take Carman's 'place *hen Fred hurt himself last week, :s hitting .333 and playing errorless ball. Price is i lie man whose ('.ischarge from the (ireat Falls team brought Bill Hurley's discharge about suddenly. Skeeter Bigbee Is still up in the .338 class. Here' 3 the dope, including yesterday's game: AB R II Pet. Bigbee, cf 228 40 7C .333 Fries, If 21 6 7 .333 Wolfer, If 142 24 43 .302 Peterson, p... 45 7 13 .283 Wuffll, 3b ... .205 23 59 .287 Carman, rf .. . .195 34 56 .287 Bohne, ss 217 48 60 .276 Melilhaf, p.... 1 1 0 4 .272 Leard, 2b 200 43 51 .255 Thompson, lb .159 27 37 .232 Baldwin, c 9 0 2 222 Sutherland, p.. 47 6 10 .213 Bartholemy, c . 64 9 18 .203 Leonard, p.... 21 3 4 .190 llartman, p... 7 0 1 .143 Bonner, p.... 28 6 3 .107 EASY FOR PAT SEATTLE, June 28—Pat East ley pitched a great game yestev dav, shutting out the Ilealors eas ily. Score: H H X Va in ouver I 3 1 Si'attle 6 7 1 Hood and Follmaii; Eastley and Cadman. RAIN SPOILS All matches ln the lunlor ten nis tournament of the Tacoma Lawn Tennis club, scheduled to start yesterday, were postponed until today because of rain. WILL REFEREE NEW YORK, June 28—Matt J. Hinkel will referee the Frank Moran-.lack Dillon bout In Brook lyn tomorrow night. He Is presi dent of the American Boxing ttt- Rociation. salaries In the eastern leigues any more for umpires. A apood um pire In the American Association can't get more than $225 a month. And that salary doesn't tide a family man over the win ter. "But there's a hankering In my blood to get back into the game. I've wired President Zehrting that I would drop in and .«■«■ him at Lincoln, Neb., next week, when I return east, and like as not I'll accept. "I know It would be foolish, but dog-gone It, a man can't makj his living for 19 years In laseball and then drop it all at ome." AUTO COMES OVER PASS The first automobile to cross the Cascade mountains this sea son arrived in Tacoma late yes terday. It came from Enilat, near Wenatchee, and carried Oe car Auvll and Knox M".\rtlnir, formerly of this city- In some parts of the Snoqualmle pass the snow Is still 30 feet leep, bet packed fairly bard. NEWS OF SPORTING EVENTS EVERYWHERE REVIEWS AND NOTES OF PHOTOPLAYS EDITED BY EDDIE PETERS. ———^—^—^——^^—————— With the Amateurs The llopkluis Athletic club of tlie Valley league has no scheduled game for Sunday, and would like to obtain a match with some fast team, prefer,inly out side of the city. Tlie H. A. C. club is in second place, one game behind Wllkeson. On July 23 the club meets tlie Wllkeson team for the lust time during tlie season, and an in teresting game is ixpect^d. There will be practloe for 'he H. A. C. team tonight at Cush man school grounds. 4♦ ♦ 4 The Teamsters ball team today signed up to meet the Spana way Athletic club team ln the big Fourth of July game to be held at Spanaway. Besides the ball game there will >c a pro gram of field events, swimming races, and other Sporta, in which the teamsters will take part. The Teamsters still want a game for Sunday. Call Manager W. H. Cardan, Main 85 7 7. And a Baloon Ascension, Too A genuine old-fashion rountry Celebration will be held at Ar ietta July 4th. ln connection with the ball game scheduled lor that day between the Arietta Reds and the W. O. W. No. 798 club of Ta coma. A long program of sports, aside from tlie ball game, haH been ar ranged, with prizes donated by Tacoma merchants. There will be a balloon ascension, basket lunch, antl dancing all ifternoon anil evening. Special steamers will leave the Municipal dock at 9 a. ni., 2:40 and 8 p. ni. Members of both W. O. Wj lodges In Tacoma pire planning to attend the celebra tion. MRS. BEAN IS BADLY BEATEN SPOKANE, June 28.—After defeating Mrs. L. 11. Bean, of Tu coma, yesterday by the one-sided score of 8 up and 7 to play, Mrs. T. B. Curran, women's .•bamploii of Tacoma, is matched today with Mrs. T. N. Wheeler of jlutte in the match play for women's Championship of the Northwest. Mrs. Wheler was title holder in 1913. J. J. Dempsey heads the Tacoma golfers, and Is eighth In the list of players ninlti.ig low scores In the qualifying round. He made a 42 and a 48 yesterday. LOCHBURN HAS DATES FILLED Beginning with the rinnupil club championship tournament, which begins Saturday, l.ochburn Golf club members will have a busy time during the remainder of the season. Matches .iavo bzen scheduled for nearly every Sun day. Tho qualifying rounds for the club championship will be for 30 holes, with 16 low scores qual ifying. COBB CHASES ABUSIVE FAN ST. LOI'IS, June 27.—Ty Cobb Interrupted the first i)etroit-St. Louis game this afternoon when he started to climb Into the grandstand to rearh a fan who had been panning him dining the contest which the Tigers lost 5 to 3. Cobb declared the spectator had been abusing him and started out to get revenge. He was re strained by police, umpires and fellow players, and the gane was continued, lietroit took the lec imil game 5 to 2. Any Way to Win SAN FRANCISCO, Jur.e 28. — After throwing Charley Cutler out of the ring in a v.-estllng match here last night, and injur ing him so badly that ne had to be carried out on a stretcher, Ad Santell was awarded a decision. This entitles Santell to a match with Strangler Lewis. ■TJ-^iq3l;ltHh_r Steamers Tacoma and Indianapolis for Seattle Lcava Uun.clpai Dock, Taco ma, 715, 1:00, 11.00 __.. m . 1:00 1:00, 1:00, 7:00, t:00 p. m. Leave Colman Dock. Beattla. 1:00 1:00. 11:00 a. m.; 1:00.1:00, 1:00. TOO. » 15 p. m. Fastest and Flnaat Steamara h.l«ht Rous* Trips llnlly. S. «. JONES. Aacal. Offices Municipal Doc. M 1411 THE TACOMA TIMES. Swedish Housemaid Buys Nice Husband for $1000--In Movies Blanche Sweet anil Theodore Robert* in an unusual scene I'i'iini "The $I<M><> Husband," remarkable Paramount film at tlie Colonial today. Girls, do you think that you could become interested enough in a man to buy him as a-h un build? That's what Olga Nelson did. Olga was the Swedish maid of all work at a college where Douglas Gordon was a student. Olga idolized Douglas, who gambled away his money and did many other wicked and useless things. He was her hero, though, and Hippodrome to Show Photoville Bills On the first of the Photovllle bills that will be seen at tbe Hippodrome theater today will be Billy Small, tramp violinist. Billy formerly lived In Tacoma and was leader of a looal vaudeville orchestra. This is his first ap pearance here since he entered vaudeville as an artist. Second of the vaudeville feat ures today will be Ding Kay Gow, the Chinese baritone, who Is said to possess a delightful voice. Third feature will be Berg and NATIONAL ■_-______-____-________________________j Standing or the Otitis. Won. Lost. Pet Brooklyn 34 22 .607 Philadelphia . ...31 26 .544 Boston 29 25 .537 New York 28 27 .KOI Chicago 29 31 .4S:I Cincinnati 30 33 .470 Pittsburg 25 U .4 16 St. Louis 27 35 .4 35 Cumes Yesterday. R 11 E Boston i 6 1 Philadelphia 0 5 0 Barnes and Gowdy; Alexander and Killifer. R H E Pittsburg 4 12 1 Chicago 10 10 1 Kantlehner, Adams and Gib son, Schmidt; Seatou and Flsclkm*. X H E St. Louis 8 9 I Cincinnati 2 7 4 Doak and Snyder; Mitchell, Knetzer, Schneider and Ciarge. R 11 E New York 2 6 2 Chicago 1 7 1 Baghy, Morton and O'Neil; Williams and Schalk. [ AMERICAN"! i - ■ i Pitandlng or the Clubs. Won. Lost. Vik. Cleveland 35 26 .074 New York 34 27 .537 Detroit 34 29 .540 Boston 32 28 ...33 Washington ... .32 29 .625 Chicago 30 29 |flls St. Louis 26 M AM Philadelphia 17 3» .301 Gam<M Yesterday. ' R H E Detroit G 8 0 St. Louis 2 7 2 James and Baker; Koop, llhv enport and Severeld, Chapman. R 4*. E Cleveland 2 • 2 Chicago 4 7 1 Bsgby, Morton O'Neil; Will lams and Schalk. R 11 E Washington 2 6 2 New York 3 7 1 Boehling, Dumonl and Henry; Caldwell and Nunamaker. R H E Philadelphia t 7 1 Boston 7 11 1 Johnson, Wyckoff and,Carroll; Ruth and Thomas. she was much In love with him. So, when her uncle Sven died and left her a fortune. Olga iigreed to pay Douglas, debts if he would marry her. He assent ed- and that besan the romance of "The Thousand Dollar Hus band," which opens at the Colon ial today for four days, 'llanche Sweet Is featured In the role of Olga, while Theodore Rohers. Tom Korman, and others are in the cast. Weston in a clever little singing and comedy patter offering. This bill will continue for the re mainder of the week. For the photoplay feature Man ager Summervllle announces "The Inner Struggle," a Mutual Ma* terpicture de Luxe with Winni fred Greenwood and Franklin Ritchie ln the leading roles. An other picture will show the en trapment of the Seattle militia companies at Seattle last Sunday for American lake. WHERE TACOMA IS AMUSING ITSELF | Theaters PANTAOM "Buyer's Petticoat Min-1 stri'ls," and good vau<levillo ! act*. HIPPODROME Feature vaudeville and pho toplay, continuous shows. Film Houses RECENT "The Bugle Call," military drama. APOLLO "The Kciu-let Woman," with Oljfa I"«ii.hi. colonial "The $t,ooo Husband," with j| Blanche Sweet. SHELL "Ashes," Hi "piil ivaj .Star; feature, and "The Iron Claw." I MELHOI HNE "Police," with Charlie Chap- '•' lin. | Coast League Standing of Ibe Clubs. Won. Lost. Pet. Vernon 49 24 .671 Los Angeles ... .43 || .551 San Francisco ..43 40 .518 Portland 35 34 .507 Oakland 33 41 .4 16 Salt Lake 32 40 .441 Games Yesterday. Oakland 4, San Francl.ico 0. PANTAGES Thalero's Dogs and Ponies. Boycr's Petticoat Minstrels Chas. Semen—Mac Curtis "The Iron Claw," Chapter 11 Three Other Big Acta Buckley-Tacoma Stage Co. EFFECTIVE AFTER AUG. 1. Leave Tacoma Leave Ilnckley 10:00 a. in. 8:00 a. m. 3:80 p. in. 12:30 p. m. •Hpoii p. m. 6:00 p. ni. 'Except Sat. and Sunday. SPECIAL Hat. and Sun. Only. Leave Tacoma 11:30 p. in. OFFICE and DEPOT Puritan Drug Store nib and Pacific in.. Tacoma Ilnckley —Overmyer's Hound Trip f l.ftO; Single We Tense Military Drama at Regent The mother's farewell to her soldier son. A scene from "Hie Bugle Call," military drr.nm, at the Itegent. In addition to "The Bugle Call," the stirring military drain* with a remarkable story of heart interest, tlie Regent will have on the hill opening today for four days special concerts by Mis;-. No Fun Filming Comedies More Like Tragedy Than Humor Declares Keystone Star MI.4S LOCI BE FAZENDA. BY I/OI'IHE FAZENBA "Create a situation whore there is a thrill and lots of suspense. Remember that the thrill Is al ways better when It follows sus pense. Never mind the comedy. I have the comedians and they can put In all the comedy you want." ' These are the directions of Mack Sennett, famous photoplay comedy director, to his scenario staff. In a nutshell thoy sum up the art of motion picture oniedy. On paper the average motion picture comedy looks more like a drama than anything else. They are big stories with the thrill and the sensational situation jredoni lnant. The actors make them funny by the "business"; the silly, ridiculous things they do It takes deep thought to figure out how to do the ordinary things of life In a way that will make V MOVIES Kesser, a well known singer who has a most beautiful voice. She will sing the rousing array song, "I'm on My Way to Mexico." Roscoe Knuppe will give special march music on the WurllUer or- people laugh. Making a film play funny is largely a matter of co-operation on the part of the whole com pany. Everybody's Ideas are rl ways welcome, for frequently the director gets a "hunch" out of them. A situation to be ftiiiny must Hue Its thrill. Frequently theje thrills are much more intense than any of the thrills of real life. We frequently take desper ate chances and while we try to eliminate all the danger, it Is not unusual for someone to be Injured while making a film that will amuse people. Thus you see there is a tragic side to the busi ness of being funny. In some of our films we run automobiles off cliffs and wharves, and a mm sometimes rides a motorcycle through a brick well. The fa mous Keystone "cops" frequently Wednesday, June 28, ldlf. gan. This double military 'eature la of especial interest just now. The' play shows many exciting scenes of warfare with the Indians. A Keystone comedy will be the add ed attraction as usual. ucale the roofs and outside walls of I.os Angeles' skyscrapers where the slip of a foot would pitch then lo their death —all to makji the public laugh. Yes. the business of being fun* ny Is Indeed serious at times, in "Tilly's Nightmare" an automo bile loaded with actors «v.is driv en off the end of a pier Into the ocean. Had there been any mis hap several persons might have been drowned. » (To be continued.) FILM DRAMA PLAYED HERE TO BE SHOWN Resplendent Olga Petrova in the exciting and absorbing drama "The Scarlet Woman," remalna at the Apollo until Thursday, night, and the crowds that con tinue to fill the Apollo are find ing the photoplay one of the ■ most Interesting yet shown. With Orattan Guerin, th«* Apollo's able organist in the lead ing role, and with members of Troop B and other Tacomans, in cluding beautiful Florence Fot_H ter as the heroine, the $25,000 Taromu-produced motion picture, "Gog-C.le-Hi-Te" will be present ed at the Apollo for the first time on Friday, opening a five-day en-i gagement. . -> "POLICE" HERE FOR LAST TIME Today will be the last day ot the Charlie Chaplin comedy, "Police" being shown at the Mel bourne theater. It will close a successful run tonight. In "Police" t'haplin Is shown * as a crook just released from prison. How he is robbed and how later he assists in a robbery result In many screamingly funny situations. It is the last Chaplin film made by the Essanay com pany and Chaplin himself con siders It one of bis best coniediee. WARNING! The man or woman who fall* or refuses to examine the pricea on our stock of groceries willfully, throws their money away. PACIFIC GBOCETKRIA 1310 Paclfle Aye. CARBONADO-WIL- , EESON STAGE CO. Two round tripe daily- Leave: I Carbonado. 7:20 a. m.. to m. Wllkeson 7:45 a. m., J: 15 p. m. Tacoma 10:30 a. m, 6 p. as. Tacoma Depot CENTRAL BUS STATION lin So. 10th St. TeL Main 204.