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Chosen to Again Head A. A. U.p
at Meeting in New York
Kvorctt C. llruwn of Chicago was
elected president of tho Amateur'
Athletic Union at ltn umiiial meeting
In New VorK recently. Henry 0.
Punnhnun of Ilaltlmoroi Lis only op
ponent, wltlidruw his u'amo after lie
linil been nominated, I
liniortnnt happening ,took place,
Inline tliu koshIoii, one of tlie most
Jnipoitant lieliiR tlio recoiiiiiienilatlon
liy tho union of Cleveland as the
plate of tho Olympic panics In 191(1.'
Tlie l.iternntlonal tommltteo of the,
A. A. U. will paFs upon tills recom
mi'iiilatlon. Tho next OImple names
will ho held In Stockholm, Sweden,
President Drown in Ills address
recommended tho formation of n llu
w.illan abaorJatlon of tho A. A. U.'
lie urged tho need of public baths!
In all cities In this country. New
York, Huston and Chicago, ho tuild,
have, some Ideal munl:ip.il hatha,
which can well bo copied all ocr.
VTho report of Secretary-Treasurer
.1. l. Sullivan showed that the A. A.
I', has $1 l.a.'o.'ri In tlie treasury.
Thero was a ilcllclt of J1I8C.1U dur
Ihb tho j ear.
Tho lcKirt of tho record commit
tee confirms tho records niado dur
ing tho past year of Shepparil, Clark,
Crowley, llonliug and UjuIcIs nnij
conllrms I. C. Thompson as tho all
(leorno .7. Klshcr of tho YnuliR
Men's Christian Aiociatlon warned
thu nsiMi''latIoii URiilnst hccomitif; loo
autocratic. "You would ho surpris
ed," ho said, "If ou know how many
reipiests came, to mo to organlzo u
Kreat athletl- federation in opposi
tion lo the A. A. U. Many or these
como fioiu peiBoim who disapproved
" -- i mmm"w?
tho action of tho union In outlaw-Ins
tho Intercollegiate alllamu of Chi
cago. Thcio Is n spit It ah road In tho
land nealnst tho Idea nr centraliza
tion, The amateur athletic union
hail been too self sulllcicnt."
J. i:. Sullivan was reelected becro
t.iry ami treasurer and thu following
lie-preslilents were chosen: J. J.
O'Connor of St. Iiiils. A. J. Hill Jr.
of lloston, (It-orgo I'. I'awllni; of
I'hllailclphla ami T. Morris Dunn of
SOUTH AMERICAN TO
Strobeck Has Aspirations ty
Try tho Colored
The Capo Argus in a re:ent Issue
Hives (ho reason wliy Hck, K, Walker
turned professional. Thero had been
home talk iibout putting l'red Stor
beck, tho amateur boxing champion
of South Africa, up against .luck
Joluibon for thu world's boxing
championship, "and," ta)s tho Argus,
"overtures h:ilff Urn Imtlnvn ulr.unlv
been made to s'torbeck to break his
amateur status uml to set hlnwelf so-
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nuiiiiy io inu iiisK siicEcstctrioruim.
hut hitherto ho has shownuunslilvr-'i
ablo coyness, llo does not see Hits
way In personally afford thu notes
wiry preliminary expense, and ho ilooa'
not like to usk his friends and rcja
tloiw to ilnd them for hlni,
"Walker, who was alwa)s n frleiul
of Storbeck's, was told about this
illlllculty, ami with characteristic
Fpoitsmaushlp set himself to soho tho
illlllculty. It hail been suggested that,:
ii niaicii uciwcn uonuiiison ami him
self would attract a tremendous fiato
out In Johannesburg, so Walker aak-
eil how nmrh might be forthcoming.
Tho answer was eminently satisfac
tory, so Ilegglo saw his path cleared
at ouco. '
"Ho would h.ilu to Micrlllre , his1
amateurism for the purpose, but thls'l
will not troublu him, If only ho cjin f
fco'ii South African wearing tho firsts
boxing honor In tho world. Ho has"
already approached Mr. H. I). Mcin
tosh with regard to Storheck, and -lias
been promised toveral inalelies." .
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