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PUNCH IS LOST,
YANKS ARE DUE
From New York circulate re-
Biors of a coming shako-up In the
"Yankees wliich may carry with It
the il>'-, '''tion of Kill Donovan
M niann:;■■?■ of the club, potential
ly ouu of the Htrongest in the
ftague at the start of the season
ftnd which is now barely holding
on to fifth pluce.
Col. Jteob Ruppert, on* of the
Club 0« frs. la said to 1>« on the
war palh, and if be is ho cannot
be much lilaiued.
He anil ('apt. Huston, the other
IJanlitv magnate, have no! spared
lnoney or work to «et ■ winning
Mil club. They bought a bunch
fti m'siiis when they acquired
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BEAVERS PLAY HOB
WITH IDEIL HOPES
The C. & B. Ideals' dreams of
the city amateur championship
faded Into the horizon Sunday
When they were snaked by the
Tacom i Hi'averß. Score 15 to 7.
Ami now the fast Sout.h Siderrt
are read; for the next ono.
Zinke not only pttehad a steady
I The Ktar golfers of tho Meadow
Park club went down to defeat
lunday in their return match with
fee Jefferson Park team of Seat
tle. Tho .score was \.\ to 16.
JBarlier in the season tlia Taco
ttans held the Seattleites to a tie.)
Anyway, the Meadow i'arkers
report tiMjr had a fine old time.
Viv Jowders, Newton Peer, H.
O. Matthews, Ralph Shaffer and
fames Cameron were the Taco
mans who turned in winning
Altho I'ortland fly casters clean
ad up a his share of the honors onj
ho final day of the .northwest,
i*Btinß tournament i» Hcattle, Ta
-.iiii ■ t mmlers ran away with a
laalthy numhor of prizes.
T. C. Manner of Tacoma took
first honors In the fishermen's
jonteHt, with C. R. Werner of Ta
_ ooin.i fourth.
William Uailey of Tacoma was
elected Hpcretary-treasiner of the
association, and the I!M S tourna
fcent was «iven to tlie Tacoma
The men's singles in tho city
tennis tournament will begin
*** Monday evening, anil drawings for
the doubles) will be made.
One match in the men's singles
Was played ahead of schedule Sun
iay, Sain Skidmore defeating
George llayden 6-4, (1-2.
Tn the boys' singles Kenneth
Kelso got Into the semi-finals by
defeating Irving Llnd 6-:!, 9-7.
Fred Clarke is maHir.i; $125,000
this year off his Kansas farms
raising wheat, which is $125,000
tnore thnn a whole bevy of ball
players we know make in a life
time raising cam.
• * •
When Al Mamaux left the Pi
fates he returned to the club
house to set hia talcinn powder.
Perhaps when he got outside he
found his nose was shiny.
• * •
Jack Berry and Pants Rowland
Jiave both announced they will win
the pennant. We can now rest
easily until one of them make's
• • •
Magnate Frazee has been in the
theatrical business so long that he
thinks pelting rid of an umpire
is as ea.->; M getting rid of an or
a • a
Fred Fulton's Manager says he
likes grand opera. He must nave
•omethlng against Fred.
• • •
•». ,' If Benny Kauff happens to win
"^ W«tio!uil league batting honors
there will be a Job open for some
good ureas agent.
the V : Mke.es and at once set about
to huild a real pennant contender.
Last year their hopes wore
blMtod by a series of accidents
that pit many uf their Btarn out
of the running- This yoar there
liavo I-r mi accidents, but the main
eSMM "f defeat limy be described
to ladtffttvat playing and fallur*
o( tli.' potential hitters to bo auy
tlilnn hut potential.
The Yitiikwt lark tlio
punch. I'lio Huh Id lui-Ua
dalotcaL It (lix-n't |il:i> liall
M itil II sI v 11).
!'• rhapa Maluku Uonovnn
is n> lilamc, I hi iiimo prul>u
iily it is his pUycra.
gallic for tha winners, but got
four hits out of five times at bat.
Ivldie. Dauielson and Eddie
Schwartz who tool; turu on the
mound for the Ideals, couldn't
stop the Heavers' onslaughts,
Tha score: HUB
lUavari lr, is 3
Ideals 7 10 5
"Tlio New Producer" operu
sutiro; with viiu<t<\ ilic.
Magician lltM vtilli \ ;iu«Ut-
"Tho Aiua/.oiix," with Mar-1
"Itrtdjjes Burned," witli («£•
1 *<"(!•< IVII.
"Tli« Making of Luko Mr
('.tin," with \Vil!::im H. Hart.
"Tim Snarl," wtfh Bessie
i I'ai I isiiik 1.
Appointment of tho following
Y. M. 0. A. pkftJkml directors to
have charge of Camp I^owla have
b««B announced. 11. 11. Strlckler,
camp director! Arthur Bnrlin-
Kaiiie, Merwin Irish, ('. O. Kees
ter and O. I. Sovereign, assistants. ■
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«> NA'nONAL 1.1 1..1 X • j
«■ ♦*♦♦♦♦♦*«•• ♦♦♦♦♦
suiuiiiiiis or the i num.
Won l<o*t Pet
Xew York 74 40 .649
Philadelphia .. 6 1 48 .&71
St. Louis G2 57 .521
Cincinnati 63 62 .504
Chicago 61 60 .504
Brooklyn II 59 .487
Hoston 4'J 61 .445
PHUburg 37 79 .319
(Xo games scheduled.)
• AMERICAN LEAGUE 1>
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 77 46 .626
Hostoii 73 46 .613
Cleveland 68 58 .540
Detroit 6:! 58 .521
New York II 61 .474
Washington 54 64 .458
St. Louis 48 75 .390
Philadelphia 43 73 .371
< miiou Yesterday-
St. Ix>uis 6-5, Philadelphia 5-5.
Cbtcaga 8, New York 3.
Cleveland 2, Washington 1.
lioKton G, Detroit 3.
O PACIFIC OOAST UffAMIH *
StaudlUK uf thu • Inns.
Won. I.oat. Pet.
San Francisco ...81 65 .535
Salt "Lake 73 65 .529
Los Angeles ... .76 70 .521
Oakland 71 73 .493
Portland 66 73 .475
Vernon 62 83 .428
San Francisco 0-3. Portland 3-1.
Los Angeles 6-1, Salt l.aku 1-2.
Oakland 8-2, Vernon 1-5.
Steamers Tacoma and
Indianapolis for Seattle
Leave Municipal Dock. Taoo.
ma. 7:16, 1:00, 11:00 a. m.; 1:(«,
1:00. 5 «0. 7:00, 1:00 p. m.
Lcava Colman Dock. Saattla,
7:00. » 09. 11:00 a. ni.; 1 "\ 1:00,
101 7:00, 1:15 p. m.
fartmt and Flnait Staamar*.
KlKht n»«»d Trip* Daily.
■. n. JONES, *««-n«. <
j.HIiH Muntcli.nl Dork ML »44L ,
Elionsky, the Man Who Can't Be
Drowned, Swims Bound to Chair
No, it isn't a KCM taken from
tliH movies showing the villains
doing dirt to our hero. It'i .lust
a picture of Hrary Rllonsky, dis
tance swimmer shirting out on one
Of his fIUIIOUS SWilillllillK KtlMltS.
Hound securely to h chair, with
neither Ills arms nor loss hft*
Scene from "The Ama/,ons," with Marguerite Clark, at the
Marguerite Clark will certainly
surprise her admirers in her lat
est picture offering, "The Ama
zons." now at the Colonial. Sho
does a lot of things that are abso
lutely new for her.
To describe all that she does
in the picture is like talking
ii'Mut the exploits of Douglas
Fairbanks In one of his flights
of daring. She does everything
from boxing with her sisters to
revolving like a top on a trape/.e.
She goes thru all sorts of ex
periences before she is finally
won by the man she loves. She
jumps thru a window, falls from
a horse, knocks out a thug. The
story is as exciting as It is funny.
A good cast supports Mlsa
Clark and the picture is well
KITCHEN ON WHEELS WILL FEED SAMMY
This Is the first picture of I'nrle Sum* «<mv kitchen vn wlieols.
It Is a field kitchen, an oven, a rrtritcenttng plant and «<>l<l s; ■•■■.•.<■
chamber combined on one motor truck— a model of coitipa.•'•:■• m I
i«in\<"iii«-nri-. This kil< h«n will follow the flag wlUi Smumy .. >>
'ranee—and Hannnj hopes It wKI get there first.
Monday, Aug. 27, 1917 -THE TACOMA TIMES— Page 8«ve»
Kllonnky w:ia thrown into the
water at Hay Udf*, Mrooklyn,
.mil propelled hlmulf to the Uat
i tery, N. V., five mil oh away, mak
ing the dlstancH in 3 hours and 20
minutes, remarkable time, con
sidering the conditions.
Kllonskv has performed many
I'XJREST IIIM.S, U 1., Aug. 25.
—Robert I.indly Murray defeated
Nathaniel W. Nlles In the finals
of the national patriotic tennis
tournament here today, 5-7, 8-6,
f-l and fi-3.
Charles S. Garland of Pittsburg
today won the junior champion
ship in the national patriotic, ten
nis tournament here, defeating
Hartian of Indianapolis 6-2, 6-1,
If yon are going out of town
for a few weeka or a month,
phone your new address to
Main 12, and let The Times
remarkiible feats under tho most
idvWM condll ions.
Towing liiiidcil bouts tgalßti
tide-A aler, with ht» feet and one
hiiiid tied is |>aHtliiie for him and
some of Ills fea's havfl caused him
to he called "tin: man who can't
WHU Ht Dp >T T
Mi ki,.\i- BRICK
\< ID 1'.1.K X
All Si/.l'N ,|M.I SllH|K'S.
Haniljtry, \ Itiiflcd, Snlt
«■'la/.«•(! Sower Pipe from
:; to ■'.<> If- Ins.
Terra <<Mtu Chimney Pip©
and I'minus, etc., Drain
Tile, Fire Clay.
Denny Renton Clay &
15th ini'l Dork Street,
Tacoma, \\ ii«h.
Thru Trains to Min
neapolis, St. Paul, Chi
cago, St. Louis.
To Portland, and to
California, all rail, or
In connection with O.
N. P. 8. S. Co.'s
To the Beach
Low daily rates and
Perfect Dining Oar
Herrtco on all trains.
i :.i<ii Friday and
Saturday to Sept. 29.
C. B. Foster, C. P. A.,
if.:.-, Pacific Are.,
A. 1). Charltoa,
A. O. P. A.
SOME ZIP INTO
ll nhril I'rrM l.rnani WlrH
NKW YORK, Aub. 21. While
Hi.- eyes (ii the hiiMcuull world
have heen firmly fixed on the taut
action a round the u>\< of the.
American loukiib, the Phillies an*
injecting some zip In the Na
tional |l|[n hattle
Tin' Philadelphiuns are play
ing batter hail tkaa the Olutk.
lv the last few itayi 11 n • y have
• ■lipped on' lour mill it liall |UNI
ii'oni the (Wants' lead ami now
stnud nine |MMi in the rear.
That's considerable load for al
team like the Ciants. but tlie fact
that tho Phillies and New York
orH uro yet to clash in nine
la (itvinp liopo to supporters of the
The IViiusylvaiiiH Mf«gatlO«|
would ha\o to travel along at ■
SOLDIER JACK SWATS
'EM, WINS APPLAUSE
M!"i|> It. \V. I'liiUi-rUm, coast
artillery, Minis iin I Ilia one.)
Jack Karrell, lOrmcr South Ta
couia TiK<r star, who id helpliiK
haudlei Rome of (he big Kirns at
Fort Flakier, is niukinv; a great
hit with tho bin slick on off
Jack is a member of ItU com
pany, coast artillery.
11 Opera Singers Head
Big Bill At Pantages
Eleven opera llimi, headed
by Belli am I'eacocU, appearing in
a satire of tho sta^e, "The New
Producer," Is the headline fea
ture on tho new I'antanes bill
opening today. The comedy al
lowh the interpolation of much
flno music, ably bung by tho art
The Pur/on Sisters, with a fly
ing and danciriK act, have a nov
elty. Harry C'oleman, ventrilo-
In Big Drama
of the West
Admirers of William S. Hart
crowded tho Melbourne theater
ve.Rterday to scr him in "The Mak
ing of l,uk« McCain," one of Iho
best western pictures he lian done.
Mr. Hart has a strons role, Ml
that Hives him wide oi)|iortunity
to show lii.s powers as an excellent
There in a vein of good comedy
| Now Open 1
H Tin: \i,\v W
m toscano m
t£ RESTAURANT ■
H (..risiinc Italian IHnncra
H S4t»ihl in Style U
I Auto Parties lmii<il I
B isio iti;o\i>\\ \v jm
I How To Tell Rank of Men in Naval Service
During war naval officers must never appear without the uulform. There are so many branches
of the service and so many officers in each branch that the civilian Is frequently unable to deter
mine the status of the man In naval uniform. Here are sleeve marks that will help you to deter
mine the rank of men la the naval service:
I—Ship's cooks and bakers. 10—Sallmakers' mates. ,18 —Yeoman.
2—.Bugler. 11—Printer. 19—Electrician.
3—Seaman gunner. It2 —Carpenters' mates. Plumber 20—Navy "B."
*—Master-at-arms. and titters, painters. Jl—'Ex-apprentice.
&—Boatswain's mates, coxswains. IS—Turret captain. 22—Machinists' mate, l*oij«r«
6—Quartermasters. 14—Radio operator. maker, water tender, eo0»
7—'Blacksmiths, ship's fitters. IB—Torpedoman. persmith, oiler.
B—CJun oaptaln. 16—Gunners' mates. 13 Hospital corps.
.700 clip tin' !"• t of tin* m'.i'mii
if the (iitmtw ilo no better than
lo m.ike it r>oo ptTicnliiKe for tlip
remainder of their kuimi'H, in or
der to win the pennant. It In
hardly likely that UM team .lolin
MeCmw lium pleeed together will
he ho rash as to play hiii h louse
Th« Cardinals will offer Ihe N
sisiance today lo Philadelphia,
nnil llik (ll.nits will lie enlan^led
with the, PirktM. 'I'ho I'ltt.sliiii'Kh
leaui in Kiailu:illy hecoinlnn MM
thtllK more than a Julie and will
supply Mime entertainment for
the MeOrtW U'l'ni
The lied Sox will lio «ettillK il
Ikiiil test today and tomorrow In
Detroit. The enleeliled Yankees
Will tM ol'lerint; all the ivsl*tanett
pos.slhlH to Ihe \\ liih< SoX. ,
In a gamu between I hi" Kurt
Flakier remilais and the South
Park team nf Seattle Sunday,
.lack not two three banners and
lone double in three times at bat!
At that the only nirl on Hie lot
"Jack, you pluy like a real pro
(|iiist, with his runny convict dum
my, will entertain.
CHSS Arlova, assisted by B. Yns
iirv, will preHent a series of In
terpretive dances. Harry Divine
and Hello Williams havo a pert
line of shatter in "The Traveling
Salesman and the Female Drum
Moran and Wiser nre lioonioißnK
hat throwers. "Hun Cay" will bo
the current chapter of "The Secret
running thru th« picture as well
H the vibrant lovo tnle which la
Its feature. Chester Conklin la
seen in a hilarious comedy,
"DroppiiiKton's Family Tree," MM
a scenic film gtvtaf views of Cali
fornia Is on thn lull, at) is a car
About 25 hoys and 2f> Klrls
have entered the tennis division
of the annual junior athletic, tour
ii'W at the Tacuina Country and
Pint round matches Btarted
Monday morning. Play will o.on
titiue thruout the week, with the
finals scheduled for Saturday.
Coif matches will be started
11 mi. 1 I n'>N l.i-mnrd Wire.)
OAKLAND, Cal., Aur. 27.—
Mrs. Mildred Pollak set a new
coast woman's record for the
plunge here Sunday when she
covered f>6 feet, more than 12 feet
better than the previous record
held by Miss Gerard Oulton.
Has a Way .
of Her Own
.Mini. Olhh IVlrovjt.
I! you were h Bflomt bride
would you n11" jronr husband tho
you loved him? The question In
asked hy i lie photoplay "Bridgej
liiirni'il. ' In which Olga Potrova
opened a( the Apollo Sunday.
t tiller nirls mlulll Imvu dona dif
ferently, I)ut th« pretty Irish Una,
charmingly impersonated hy l'e
trova, hail a wnv <>f her own and
that in uh.it mad* the inferent
ial plot of this well acted Metro
As usual, the hill InoludM Path*
news pictures, and, us usual, this
part or the program 1h full of
throbbing Interest, reflecting v,tr
piepanitio'is at home, and war
Ah America's part In the war
Increases, these Pathe nnws pic
tures bttOM of morn and mure
vital Interest. A rood comedy
also is on tho Apollo's bill.
WITH FARRAOUT AT
BATTLE OF MOBILE
JOHN EARL, o( Watson vllle,
«'al , who was born In Vlsalla,
Cat., Auk. 16, 1836, which make!
him SI M-Mi of age, and one of
the oldest pioneers of the west.