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HOWDY, MEET Chestnut Charlie • • • If He Kver 11. mi .I a Really New Joke He'd Drop Dead. Some Fast Bouts For Club Smoker Some mighty fast bouts are promised at the amateur boxing I inioker of the South Tacoma Ath letic club Thursday iik'ln If the card Rnnounced Wednesday by Manager Karl is any indication. Most of the boys on the pro gram fought some neck-and-neck battles last year, and are said to be In fine trim to tear things loose attain. The match between Carey and Glowers at 1 1 ."> poundl Is draw- Ing a good deal of Interest. They went to a draw last, year, but PROTEST OREGON'S CRACK HALF BACK 11 i.iir.i I>»h l.rased Wire.) KUGKNE, Ore., Oct. 2.*..— California's protest against John ny Parsons, crack Oregon half back, was carefully considered today by the university faculty's athletic committee, which voted unanimously that he is eligible to compete under the rules of the coast football conference. TWO BIG GAMES IN STADIUM SATURDAY A football game between the Tacoma Athletic club and ».he sophomores of the University of Washington will lead off the big benefit program of the College of Puget Sound in the Stadium Sat urday afternoon. Two games will be played in DOBIE DRIVING MEN TOP SPEED trailed Presa I ■ .i-.il Wire) SEATTLE, Oct. 2. r >. —Coach Oilmour Dobie of the University of Washington is driving hit* men at top Bpeed for Saturday's game with Whitman college here. Dobie 1b leaving no stone unturned by which the varsity squad will run up the largest store possible. Mare Sets Trotting Mark by Winning 6 Purses In 20 Days 1 \i-u «|tuv*'r I jilni'i 'In* \ **<» nil ion . The 1916 racing season, mark ed by sensational performances, has been brought to a close with one of the most remarkable rec ords in the history of harness rac ing. Mabel Trask, by winning six important stakes In 20 days, four of them in Xi day*, lias establish ed herself as perhaps the great est stake trotter of all times. Beginning at Columbus and ending at Lexington, 20 days later, the mare captured the Hos Led Hurt Twirling d'Hlted Vrrnm l.rnaril Wire.) LOS ANGELES, Oct. 25 — Pitchers have thrown their arms out of Joint, had them broken by batted balls, ruined by rheuma tism and hmt In many ways, but It has remained for "'Swede" Ris berg, star Vernon lnflelder, to hurt his leg by pitching. "Rlsberg will not play second bate today," was the announce ment from the Vernon office. "He hurt his ankle pitching against Oakland Sunday." Uncle Sam's Greatest Football Star Describes His Best Plays (The fir-* of nlx .-n'ti< 1.-- In I \tliUh Elmer Olijiliant, famous We*t Point halfback, miml one of Uie Knintr>V greatest all-around athletes, descrilttw qlx football play* and tHK how to make them. OUplinnt In the only .-ttlilctf vim won four letter* at tbe I nlu-d BUtev Military academy. He ■tarred In football, basketball, baseball and truck. He also won four letters at Purdue before un tiring West Point.—Editor.) BY r I.MI it Ol IPHAXT l\rn>i»pri Knlrrprl>r S.«o, I>|l.,n > }lere is a fake line play that is ■ dandy to deceive the opposition: Right tackle and end go down and knock down secondary de fense. Center and two guards hold well while quarter is making turn. Left end, tackle and guard hold for an Instant, then open up a hole, tackle and guard turning their man to the right and end making hit- turn to the left. Quarterback (No. 1) turns to hit RIGHT, opposite to the direc tion from which left halfback (No. t) Ik coming. Quarterback tnrks the ball Into hie stomach, •laps No. t oa the chest aa be Glowers hati put on some weight | ■ ni' i- then and U •■>:■<■ I to put up a stifftT fiKht thau ever. Also on the curd are King vs. Kennedy, at 113. They chalked up three drawß last season. Other uiiitriii-s are: Phlster vs. Crawford, IIS; Tay lor vs. .McCoy, 148; Scott vs. Rob ertson, 150; Whartou \n. Whit man, 112; Sli.iiikliii*.>> vs. l'ana tonl, lit, Referee, Joe Richmond; time keeper, Kd Karl; announcer, Ed Quinn. All Units 4 rounds. Things will start at 8:30 p. m. The Bears' protest was based on the ground that Parsons had played fullback for more than the three years allowed under conference law. It is reported tiiat Coach Do bie of Washington university will also object to Parsons' par ticipation in the Oregon-Washing ton game. one afternoon. The second one will be between the College of Puget Sound and the State Nor mal of Bellingham. The benefit games are being staged to help finance the sports being taken DP at the Tacoma col lege. Both teams are working hard for the game Saturday. Washington's weak point is the forward pass, nnd the tall coach is showing his charges the cor rect way to handle the game. Several new formations will be used in Saturday's game. It la said, all of which will have a direct beaming ou the forward pass. ter purse of Jl.ono, the Buckftye stake of $. ri,ouo, the board of trade purso of $3,000 at Colum bus, the $3,000 Ca.stleton purse, the Walnut Hall purse of $3,(>00 and the Transylvania purse of $."i,ooo at Lexington. In practically every race Walter (ox was pushed by Ed Geers with St. Frisco. In her final effort, the great daughter of Peter the Great, made a new mark of 2:03 1-4, even though she fared a heavy wind for half the distance. DICK Hr.NTEUS AU game lawn prohibit shooting between nunset and aunrlse. Watch your step! Wednesday. Sun rises, 6:4 3 a. m. | Sun sets, .Mi.", p. in. Thiirhday. | Sun rises, 6:43 a. m. Sun sets, 6:04 p m. t * PICKS OIB& FLAYERS Dorothy King, hockey coach of the Stadium high school, has pick ed the girl hockey players for the four class teams. pastes him, to give the impression he has passed the ball and No. 2 charges into hole on right side of line preceded by No. 3 (right halfback) and No. 4 (fullback). This causes the defensive backs to shift to the right side of the line. The quarterback, carrying the ball, QUIETLY Blips through the hole which would have been opened by the left linemen. The quarter must act smoothly and not charge wildly, as though h<? wan earning the ball. This ts good deception and It worked smoothly and rauidly the RUMOR SHAKEUP IN BIG LEAGUE BY H. O. IIAMII/rOX ■ I .illfil l-rrn I .-IK.nl Ulrrl NSW YORK, Oct. 25. —It is be ing intimated on apparently very good authority In New York to day that important changes in volving the Pittsburg and Chicuso National league clubu are about to be made. These rumors are to the effect that when the 1917 reason begins Jimmy Callalian, now manager of the Pirates, will be at the helm for the Chicago Cub* and that Joe Tinker, present manager of With Tacoma Amateurs My Billy Cams. Although he is not followlujj the game at present. Jack Quill is not a "has-been" ring artist. In fact, he says that peihnps he may be matched this season in Tacoma. A few seasons ago Jack was an expert with the gloves. Joe Johnson, who would rnthcr watch a football or baseball game than eat, while driving his auto down town yesterday morning, was going to turn the corner Just before he cam« to It. Therefore his "flivver" is In the hospital today, and Joe is riding on the car*. The state being dry, the accident can only be blamed ou the fog. Charlt-jr Fowler In anxious to see Billy Adams, on a very import ant matter. Fowler says he wants to see Bill at once at the Majestic barber shop. Better skip right down, Billy, it's im portant. During iln> noon hour yesterday, Poye, the amateur ball pitcher known as "the shut-out twirler, bowled one 2117 score and one 224 score, while Billy Leftwlch rolled a 222 score, and our old friend Berry of the telephone 76 Enter In City Match Seventy-six golfers will take part In the first IS holes of medal play in the qualifying round of the city golf championship which may be started Saturday noon at the Tacoma Country club. Tlie club course Is open tills week for the cqpipetitors to prac tice, but will be closed Saturday morning. The t-emi-finals may be reach ed a week from next Sunday. Three trophies will be given for the winners in the tournament. Thirty-two players will qualify for further play ,in Sunday's com petition. Flag Winners to Get Cups Presentation of the Juli-is FlelHrhniann trophy cups to mem bers of the flag winning Hopkins Athletic club baseball team will be the big feature of the dinner to be held In the Portland ave nue hall Wednesday night. The members of the Hopkins club will be hosts and the players will be guesU of honor. Reach Finals The finals have been reached in the annual fall tournament of the women of the Lochburn Golf club. In the aeml-flnals Tuesday, Mrs. J. H. Bradley and Mrs. C. M. opposing team will be after No. 2 while the quartet 1b left a clear field for a good gain, it if also a mighty good scoring play when j a team is near the goal line, when I the captain sees his team cannot make headway by straight line plunges. The play Is even more effective if No. 2 Is allowed to carry the ball the first time it in tried and' immediately afterward the same formation is used with the quar ;or carrying It. The same formation, of course, nay lie vied from the other Bide >f the Hue. THE TAOQMA TIMEB, the Cubs, will be without a job. It is well known In baseball ■ •mi-Iks inTe ii<mi ('Hllahau and Barney Dreyfua alniont reached the parting point last summer. Mont men Intimate with the af fairs of the Pirates believe Krnl Clarke will head the team next year. The former manager of the Pirates has not said anything In regard to the rumor. Chirk Fraser, veteran scout for the Pirate* and old time pitcher, aUo has been mentioned as a probable successor to Callahan. company quintet put up a 215 Bcore. One of the hmt little footlutll players in the country—or the city elthor, for that matter—is HoKan, who playtt the role of center on that fast St. Martin's eleven. According to nil report*, that smoker to be given by the South Taooma Athletic-Com mercial club tomorrow night is going to be one of the best that local fight fans have seen for many a day. One of the biinlest men about town la Eddie Qulnn of the S. T. A-C club. He la matelimaker of the club and han lined up a stellar card for his season's opener. The College of Piiget Sound re ports that it will not play foot ball on Thanksgiving thin year. "Togo" Smith, one of Tacoma'N beat amateur pitchers, master of tlio famous "spit-ball," is keeping In t'lin for next season by shooting billiards at Jim my's Old Tucoma pool room. Ho is said to be iv a class by himself at cracking the ivftries. Cavanaugh and Mrs. Speivrr C'onrow and Mrs. E. C. Heyuohls will play. TODAY'S MARKET PRICES « ♦ ♦*•»♦♦♦•«•*♦♦♦♦» « WHAT r.Ki MI.KItH PAY ♦ rou.Tin Hem, live, light ll@l3o 11. in. live, heavy }f(i*° Ducka, live 119i:ic i-'i'. •iirlnss, llv« lSfflflV Ueeß6 ditsyed I^t/IK' BCTTER, KGGS, CHEESE Freßli ft. ■! .ik • ' t K.i 47c fold storage eKgs , Itfi Washington cheuse 20c Tlllaniook 20c Whsli. creamery butter .18c Swiss dom 2»c Cream brick clieese 26c \\ M"l I -M i: MEATS Hi Iferi , 12c Uutloß, wethers It' Hogs, side 17fcc Drensed hogs Ho Stier beef "34c Liwes 110 lings 15c Vc-hI 13',i0 miiiT Lemons $506 Bananas, lb So Oranges, by sice $3.5094.71 Blackberries, crate 11.00 Cantaloupes, crate f 1.00 i'ii'i-;i !:>!•■'. doz. $1.705j: '■hi grape f ru lt ii.7SO.rn' Peaches, Wash $s®7S'' Prunes, box 40c Orapes $1.2501.tn Local pear*, box 7Bc Apples, cookers SBiJiSr.. Oravenstelns, box $191.25 Orabapples, box |1.23 Wlnesap apples II N. i.'niii'i 11.i601.50 Huckleberries, lb 6c Concord (ci'iipes, basket 28c Ground cherries 10<.' 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X(HIMAM) i \ni«|,ii|.. r I Intel in I-.- AsKoclllllonl Are the home-making qualities of girls of the present generation less developed thnn those of girls of earlier periods? This question is one often ask ed and much discussed. It has been the theme for innumerable lectures before schools and clubs, and the consideration of many a young man contemplating matri mony. It is decidedly a fact that there Some Dancing at Colonial To lovers of dancing the names of M. Maurice and Florence Wal ton are well-known. This famous I pair are noted throughout Eu | rope and America for their skill lin terpslchorean endeavor. In "The Quent of Life," photoplay attraction at the Colonial today, they are featured in the leading 1 roles. In addition to showing many of the greatest dances of the day photoplay tells an Interesting ! story. A young girl afflicted with i tuberculosis, and with but one year to live, decides to devote the twelve months to mad pleasure. What happens to her during the year, and how she is cured 'of the disease is revealed in five Interesting reels. In a thrilling melodrama of ! Western life, "The Beast," Oeo. < Wal.-ii, the Fox •tar is also iv.i , tured on the new program. This 'photoplay Is a full-length attrac tion, making ten reels of picture* lon the new bill. TIKN TO THK CTAHHIFIKdI WAXT ADH ON I'AGK 7 FOR ItKSII.TS. HKK FA<;k HKVKN, are a greater proportion oi bach elors, and consequently "bachrl or" girls, too, today than there were in the past—a condition which sfems to answer the ques tion in the affirmative. With domestic science one of i the principal branches bf our schools today, it seems hard to arrive at a logical explanation of , the circumstances responsible Tor this backwardness in the arts of the home. My opinion is that in the busi- WHERE TACOMA IS AMUSING ITSELF Theaters TAOOMA Coming—"Tlio Garden of Allah," and "Kxperlence." PAXTAGEB Herbert Unyd and his "Pearlier In Pawn;" other good' vaudeville. Film Houses COLONIAL "The Que«t of Life," with Maurice and Florence Walton. itPOU/0 "The < ••hum. .ll I,aw," with Clara Kimhall V»uim; Nelznlck. HIPPODHOMK llw- Diamond Hunner*," with Helen llolmea. RKUKNT "Manhattan MndntMM," with Oouglan Kairhankn; Triangle. Ml I itni lt\i: "The ItllndiK'ss of Virtue," l-iliiu Mayo and Kryant Waxh hurn. TI'HN TO THK OLANBFIBD WANT AI>H ON PACJK 7 FOII KKHILTH. HKK PAOK MCVKX. ness world activities of present day girls lies the real leason for the decline of housekeeping ef ficiency. Unfortuntely, girls of today are trained for business careens, not home-making. It Is true that this has tended to make our Hex more Independent economically, but it is doubtful if it has increased the essential elements of happiness and contentment. In other instance?, girls allow themselves to become dominated 450 People In Big Scene There have been cabaret scenes and lobster palace acts done tor the movie by the score, but never has there been such elaborate, such a magnificent and altogeth er stunning presentation of this kind as that of the New Year's eve scenes In "The Common Law" at the Apollo. Director General Capellani em ployed 4.0 extra people In even ing clothes for these elaborate scenes. The setting was an ox act replica of a popular New York cafe In the white light district. Two orchestras furnished the music and an a final touch of real ism 12 cases of champagne were provided. OLYMPIA-TACOMA-DUPONT STAOE l.cnvi s Taroma l,iwr« Olympla Donnelly Hotel Kneelund HoU'l 6:00 A. M. 8:00 A. M. 11:00 A. M. 1:00 I 1 M 1:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M. 6:80 P. M. 0:00 P. M. Subject to Change Without Notice. ' I I'HOXK: MAIN 762 Wednesday, Oct. 96,1916. A Page of Timely Sports and Amusements • • • Edited i>y Eddie Peters by a desire to scale the social ladder, to the detriment of every other thought or idea, forgetting that they, like all other members of their xex, were Intended from the dawn of creation to be wives and mothers. Woman's sphere is the I i« and girls should be trained with this fact in mind. Domestic sci ence In the schools spells a won derful advance In the facilities for education, but It can't offset a home Influence that obstinately, refuses to acknowledge Its need. Last Day of Big Madness "Manhattan Madness," In whtdf Douglas Fairbanks is starring at tlie Regent, will close Wednesday nii'.lii iind Thursday Howard I lick-* man and Dorothy Dalton will ap pear in "The Jungle Child." Fairbanks, backed by another of lil;- unusually good scenarios, hag drawn big crowds at the Re gent for every performance, skilled in the arts of pugilism ami jul jiisn. he has a different sort of knockout for every victim. KATONvnTTK-KAI'O^SWT"™ TACOMA STAGE Leaves hut..mill* dully, ex* cept Sunday, H a. m., | p. m ., 8:80 p. in. liMVM Eatonvlll* Sunday, 8 a. m., a p. m., 7 p. in. Leaves Tacoma ilniiy, 8 a . m., 1 p. in., 4 p. m. Leave* Tflcoma Sunday, H a, in., 4 p. ni . B: in p. m. Saturday evening apodal leave.* KutonvlUe 7 p. m.j leaves Ta cuma 7:IH p. m. Starta from Schornfclri'i ■tore, 11th wt., opp. pootofflce.