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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910.
SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-JjOSt A LITTLE OF P EM ALL YOUNGER MEN FOR NEXT YEAR'S CUBS (By United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO. Oct. 25.—That an en tirely new lineup will represent In the National league Jw-xt year, was predicted today as ■the result of the miserable show ing of the Cubs in the world's se ries just ended. Manager Chance Is said to have decided to Infuse some younger blood Into his team and with this object In view, probably will swing the axe on the necks of at least half a dozen whose names are part of baseball history. It is more than likely that either Sheckard or Schnlte, or perhaps -both will go. Al?o Steinfeldt, who ■has grown old at third base, un doubtedly will be benched in favor of some young stock, probably ANOTHER HARD GAME ON TAP Spokane high school will go up against another hard proposition this Saturday when they meet the Tacoma aggregation ni this city. Two tickets to every pupil In the school were distributed yesterday and from present Indications the athletic association will come out ahead financially as well as it did with Broadway last Saturday. Ta coma has suffered a defeat already this year at the bunds of the "freak" bunch from Aberdeen, but recently redeemed herself by de feating Lincoln high of Seattle. Spo kane and Tacoma will meet in n game of open play and loose form ations, this being the style of play of both teams. Last Saturday's de feat at the hands of Broadway was ' a keen disappointment and resulted .in the loss of Halfback Shiel, who received an injury to his hip which will necessitate "his absence from the game for the rest of the season In all probability. "FANS DON'T LIKE J PORTLAND DECISION ' (By United Press Leased Wlrs.l SAN FHANCISCO, Oct. 25.—The decision of President Graham of the Pacific Coast league to throw out the game protested by Port land and won by San Francisco ulast Wednesday Is not being well received by the fan* today, a ma jority of whom believe that San Francisco fairly won the game. Tlte ground! on which Portland based their protest was that Um pire Toman had reversed his de cision, effecting the safety of a runner on second base, who was first Waved safe, and after a con sultation between the two umpires, was retired. Southern league has adopted a rule against violation of the salary limit agreement. .lack Lassard fnd Pete McVeigh 1 are to box 15 rounds at North Yak ima November 8, for the light weight championship of the north west. Belectus won the Baltimore stee plechase at Pamlico yesterday. Christy MatheWSOn, famous New York Giant pitcher, has developed into a full fledged checker expert, and Is interested in the formation of a club for promotion of Interna tional checker contests. ijitonla. Ohio, fall rare meet opened yesterday for n 21-day ses sion. La C!raude high school football team is making strenuous prepara tions for the game with Spokane high two weeks from next Satur day, and is confident of winning. Of course the local boys may have something to say nbout that. Whitman football squad is back home none the worse for wear after Its strenuous game with the Uni versity at Seattle last Saturday. BIG BUCK IS TROPHY. A 111-prong buck deer was brought home as a trophy of the chase by Dr. R. K. Shank and par ty, after a week in the Huckleberry fiistriet, Stevens comity. The deer was shot by Cnleh Dunlop - and Charles Watte, members of the par ty* Hunting is reported excel lent. BASKET BALL SERIES ON. 8. A. A. C. will play Oonzaga a Basketball series, the team winning three itut—oT five games being de clared tho champ of the two organ izations. STOLE GOLD INGOTS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) TACOMA, Wash., Oct. 25.— Thomas Buckley, tho man who en tered a plea Of guilty before the United States court when accused of sealing several geld Ingots from registered mall on board the Alas kan steamer City c* Seattle, today begins a two year term In the state jnihon at Walla Wa'.lu. Zimmerman. It is doubtful wheth er Johnny Evers ever will recover from the injury he received three weeks ago at Cincinnati, and still more doubtful If he will be the same Evers should he regain full use of ihs ankle. Pitchers Brown, Ruelbach, Over all and Pfeister are going down grade, and Cole, Poxen, Richie, Mc lntyre and Pfeffer probably will be the backbone of the pitching staff next year. Even the peerless leader himself may bench himself in favor of some promising young first base man. Chance is inclined to be reticent on the subject of the proposed swicthing, but it is intimated to friends that sweeping changes are likely to occur. DIAMOND GLINTS And Joe Tinker said "Bender is the pitcher we are not afraid of." New football is almost as much of a hand shaking game as the na tional pastime in the American league. Unheralded, a youngster from Texas, Gwin Henry, starred In the A. A. U. meet in New Orleans, run ning a phenomenal 100 yards and then a 220 in 23 3-5. On a heavy track this is wonderful time. ♦ BEST DOUBLE PLAY. ♦ ♦ From Fan to Box Office to ♦ ♦ Magnate. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Pretty soon: "All down, set up again." Ban Johnson cleared the St. Louis players of suspicion in the batting bee and then Bob Hedges fired Jack O'Connor and Harry Ilowell. 'Nother double play: Printer to box office to speculator to victim. Harry ilowell may be appointed American league umpire by John sou, despite fact that he was dis carded by St. Louis. Base ball is becoming more com mercialized every day. The na tional commission chased news paper photographers oil the field, but permitMd moving pictures tote taken. Anything for the gelt seems to be the motto. W.S.G. FEELS GOOO Gloom over the result of Satur day's battle with Idaho Is conspic uous by its absence at the Washing ton State college. It is generally conceded that he reason for the defeat was lack of practice and the students only regret that the team had not bad a practice game before they took on the Idaho eleven. The Pullman eleven will meet the O. A. C. on October 29 ami the University of Washington on November 12. VIC WANTS 111 The Victoria baseball association has posted money for a berth In the Northwestern league next year. The league directors will vote on the proposition in a short while. ,lu»l now Butts is trying to be interested In placing a team in the league, but the proposition does not seem to meet with success. WRESTLING MFET IN SAN FRANCISCO (By United Press Leased Wire) SAX FRANCISCO, Oct. 25.—Elab orntc pluns for the wrestling tour nament to decide the champion ships of the Pacific const on No vember 22 arc being made by the Olympic club nnil the latest move ment of the club men Is to uecure the ball room of the St. Prancis ns the arena. All the champions of the entire Pacific coast have been invited to compete. There will be contest! ID every class of weights. BIG NATIONAL TRADE ON, MAYBE (By United Press Leased Wire) CINCINNATI, 0., Oct. 15.—Re ports that three members of the Cincinnati team and two of the Philadelphia Nationals were to fig ure in a trade for next season gained circulation here today. Ac cording to the rumor, Pitcher Mc- Quillan of the Philadelphia team is to go for euaer Downey or Lobert of the Reds. The names or Third Baaemafl Grant and Shortstop Doolln also are involved in the gossip. Manager Griffith refused to confirm or deny the report. INDOOR BASEBALL. An Indoor baseball league of four trams, slmilitr to tlio one last year, will lie organized and will play either lit the armory or in the dunn ing pavilion at the Nat." COLLINS STEALS SECONO ON THE GREAT KLING The Spokane Press Gets Action Photographs From World's Series Despite Base Ball Moguls and Moving Picture Monopoly. THE GREAT MOGULS O FBASEBALL GAVE THE MOVING PIC TURE PEOPLE A MONOPOLY ON PHOTOGRAPHS DURING THE PROGRESS OF THE WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES. FORCING THE NEWSPAPER CAMERA MEN OFF THE GROUNDS WHEN THE GAMES STARTED. YOU'LL NOTICE, HOWEVER, THAT THE PRESS GETS REAL ACTION PHOTOGRAPHS DESPITE THE AFORESAID MOGULS- YESTERDAY WE SHOWED YOU MAKER OF THE ATH LETICS SCOHING THE FIRST RUN OF THE FIRST GAME. TODAY, THE EXCLUSIVE PHOTOGRAPH AMOVE SHOWS COLLINS, THE ATHLETICS' WONDERFUL RUNNER. STEALING SECOND ON THE GRAT KLING, CATCHER FOR THE CHICAGO CUBS. Friend of the Housewife • IT is the most useful thing in the house," said a lady of her Bell Telephone, "It takes my message to the market, to the merchant, to the doctor, to the fire station, to anybody at any place." Bell Telephone Service is the standard service of the world, and every Hell Tele phone is a LOng Distance Station. The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. THE SFORANE PRES3 SPORT SPICE DIAMOND GOSSIP ; There were some doings In Philly yesterday when the Mackmen got hack to their own home burg. Tossing on high, carryin gon shoulders and all that sort of stuff. You know how it goes, fellows, when the big team comes home In front. *.*.* * • • The Cubs are some sore bunch, but that little thirteen-fifteen ($1315) apiece is a pretty good salve for any wounds they may have received. • • • • • • And now they tell us that Butte is to be in the Northwestern league next year. Butte has been in and out so many times that we've all lost count. But just the Same, we'll bet that she doesn't get in next season. By the way, Lucas Is the daddy of the scheme. *••••• Chesaw hunters are out after a lonely caribo that has strayed over the boundary line from the Camp McKinney district. Looks to us as though that caribo had better get back over the line before somebody evades the duty on lead. • • • • • • Abe Attell, who is some boxer and incidentally champ of the featherweight division, won a decision over Johnny Kilbane of Cleve land last night after 10 rounds of lively sparring. • ••••• The Plaza, Wash., basket ball team beat Spangle In a slow game last Saturday night, by a 28 to 7 score. The game was so slow that it has taken all this time for the news to get here. • ••••• Bowling season at Walla Wall aopens tonight, and there will be some thunder In the "pen" town during the balance of the winter. • ••■*• Grand Forks, B. C, curling club elected officers last night. No, girls, this kind of curling has nothing to do with the hair. Ask a good Scot about it and he'll tell you, "Hoot, mon, it's the best ever." HERE'S WHERE ARE LOSES OUT It is announced that Abe Attell and Frankie Conley have signed up for a 20-round bout to be pulled off at New Orleans on November 13 for the featherweight champion ship. The fellow who writes the sport dope would like to proguosti-' cate that right about here is where Abe gets the lacing of his life and loses the title. > VANCOUVER, 9; SALEM, 0. i Vancouver high school played one of the cleanest games of football ever seep on the Canadian field Sat |rdav jrfieu It took on the Salem ♦•efen aijd defeated them to .the tune of 9 to 0. A place kick by Miller in the first '.wo minutes of play netted the Vancouver men three points and a touchdown In the last quarter raised the total to nine. Frequent conflicts over the new nies marred the game somewhat. Young Corbett to fight again! Last time we saw the Denver lad he resembled a quarter barrel in outline. GENTLEMEN The Place to Buy Your Hats is The Only Exclusive $2.00 Hat House in the north west. SOFT—DERBY Has everything that goes with a $3.00 hat ex cept the price. Gorman's Hat Store 340 Main Aye. Cor. Washington & Main. SIMS' DRUG OPEN ALL NIGHT FELS NAPTHA SOAP r>c BAR MAIN AND BERNARD AND Ragtime tournament records went all to smash again last night when Jenkins and - Geesy took a whirl at the game on the City al leys. The two-man team rolled a score of 1155 pin? for three games, of which Geesy downed 548 and Jenkins 607 pins. Smith's Dope team went down to defeat once more last night in the City league when they bumped into the fast B. & M Tamale quintet. The B. & M. boys won out in a fast and exciting contest, the final score being 2343 to 2228. The" Sweets, of the Class B league beat the Varney & Somers team two out of three games at the Pfister alleys last night, the games ending with a total score of 2216 for the Sweets and 2224 for the V. & S. team In the Commercial league there was also some bowling on the Pfis ter alleys last night. The Inter state Rubber team beat the John W. Grahams by a 2255 to 2246, score, while the Ware Rrothers five defeated the Spokane Dry Goods Quintet by a 2327 to 2:122 score. Are Your Teeth Good? If not, it is your duty to see that they are put In proper con dition as soon as possible; the sooner the better for your own health, as well as the appearance of one's face. Since the first days of dentistry it has been a proven fact that mastication Is the one main thlrj in life that tends more toward good health than any other factor, therefore, it is necessary to have good teeth in order to avoid poor mastication and the after results. 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Its type fits in with the new rules, and from it many good plays may be worked. It should be used after line bucks and skin tackle plays. It is distinctly a change in the style of play, and it makes a strong end run. The ball is snapped directly to the half or the quarter, or to a man who is fast. The tackle and end will come around for interference, the half and full will take care of the defensive end, giving the runner with the ball an extra man to interfere for him. It also gives an opportunity to make a backward pass from which a forwsrd pass to an end or a halfback may be made. COAST LEAGUE Won. Lost. P. C. Portland 107 80 .574 Oakland 113 92 .551 Vernon 106 99 .513 San Francisco ..105 101 .509 Ix)s Angeles 96 112 .461 Sacramento 78 121 .393 Just a little hole in the fence gave Portland a game at San Fran cisco yesterday. Yean Gregg, ex of-Northwestern league fame, bounced a long drive through it, and made a home run with a man on the sacks ahead of him. The lucky bounce won the first game of the day between the Beavers and the Seals, and crabby Kid Mohler, of course, entered a pro test. The scorer: R. H. E. Portland (Gregg) 4 8 0 San Francisco (Browning) 2 4 4 Second game— Portland (Seaton) 5 11 2 San Francisco .Miller) ... 2 10 2 (11 innings.) Vernon beat lx>s Angeles in the last game of the season between the two teams. R. H. E. Los Ange»s (Thorsen)... 0 4 0 Vernon (JLaleigh) ........ 411 1 CUT OUT FOOTBALL. Following the death of Ralph Wil son of the Wabash. Ind., college, it was announced yesterday that the ! college would discontinue football. ; The new rules are blamed for the Full Set of Teeth $5.00 22k. Gold Crown $5.00 Best Bridge Work.. $5.00 Sprague £ Mill 415 Main PULLMAN CHAMPS. Beingthe only undefeated team in the football line in Whitman county, the Pullman high school team claims the championship. They still have six games to play, but all against weak teams. HANDBALL RESULTS. 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