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New York A. C, With 21 Team Championships, Enjoys Most
Successful Year in Athletic
Track \ ieton
Event of 1922
NfV ingcif Foot Atltli'i?*? flap
ii I ill? : ?SI In
li.nliiul Winner?? I ?*l?<l
By Jack Masters
? ! ?r..| na
team ?nil ?igr
?s the local club
?ucli a record and because of the
I American charr ,
?nip? included in tl I
an approach the a
. to the Ka?t of the national
? tamed in an ama?
I individual winner?
- > -irk'? hold team ehampion
* and '
?sck and field, ?I
? aheU ro*?
nal water and poio cha>
\ ??-?or,.? an ?>??.. r - |
' ' ?. a? well a?
? ?hilf at billiard? the
id national pocket billiard tro
.- ? ?
? lional'ttack and fit-Id charr
? '.?d the tit
gg ? - with spparer.t
latte? Itunnrr? Knrouraged
? ? winter.
i ?TI- ?
?n.-y tt :?
These Boy? ire Fatting ' ? C. V Y. on the rtoketboll Map
Gtj College Quinte.
?Likely to .Duplicate
LcWl Y-ear'g Feat?
it fact tha
kta that ha?
? ball team
?.iminutive forwi. ?
himself. Those whT) have ?een th<
Lavendf-r in action a g i
gaps which ha.i
is a an|ji
Last year, *- a ?ubstitote,
when he wa? c?
tion of ?
schooling at the hanr*
ne ?tyle, ai
eft ?uard. hat made a
waH , Heai
?if guarding to keep him awi
? apta ri Klauber.
goal ?coring T I
every forward ?a I
- ?? ??e?i?<1 able t<
The New Road
? ml led it I
?? to ear h
\\ if/. '
-. frrrrfV whew
??* Cratd Old .1
old no/'.? a
i ill, and
?her?' Is fri'iiu?T.t :
i lion that a zon?- nfgtam bs ?r-tahli?!.?..! fi.r
home run? morely adds to the gematn] complication,
without helping the situation in t- ? i way,
'I tri*.'?' t?-.. r his chant?
to kill off hit.? or home run.? * ?Irop ovr-r
<omc wall ?? from the
\\ . ?
linal limit ,.an te
* .nately we have no answer at hand
? think? th?
final limit I ' ill be a sudden
Great Britain and Yale
? 'urn of burning
of h turf tennis
l,ph<a* - .?l-fftj ?I U-nni?
maintain.' thut victory or defeat ar.- unimportant mat
four Princeton | Vale faction?
\ Harvarrl man art ..?">?? writore
tfl \he Val" rittiHtii,! troulil?:
an?* fl' much general hittemess that it will
iM'fnre Yale jrtts a pror
arted. and then foa ""re hef?
tha winning stag". It will be eight
years I 'rrvani without having
utteria! in I ' ? '
might take place any one vear."
figuring i |
??it H a ugh ton arrive?! it was four years before
I touchdown afftfoft Yale, although in that
tst the Haufhton s y ?? yean ago Yale has
:ir?l only I :hat Harvard was
Jay Gould'? Mark
In ?? Gould, Um
For ten ;. upreme over all
amateur? and all pi . with no one strong
enough to break through the barrier he !..
, ? a ?lay m*M and M'tpi-.
/other for a long stretch. Cobb gavo way
irn this season.
lay GotM ir left the t?>p peak line
he rirrivtil then?, more than a decade ago.
i!v -lack !'?
ebampl n?>w approaching the
in an,I Jam Willard. but he
r-hould beat their marks by a considerable stretch, unies*
now under headway
steps fi remark?!,h topped
Willard on July 1. : ? ? n he ha?
ll' i? almost certain
fourth opponent as ?-hampion this next
summer, art - now wa
Willard and GlbbOM.
Fea? Tige- . ,/?
itlook for : ?OT you
think of Art F | Krank I charge
and the R.-d Sox.
\\ ill.am?. \\ ill I aki* I p
Hock?\ on \\\r? S-eale
year? and with the longe?*,
Hams is turning to hockey on a bigger
- thi? season. P.usaell
?Superior. VVis . wa?
?med by th? athletic
to take charge of the Purple
nee Joe P?
? a tea-n which lower
- ce m 1910
I oothallt-r-" IVotrrtm*
Boil? (liinl- TWO GaaaaMI
? iballer?' I'
, A??ociation aryiounecd it? N?
r-?gram. which will include
p ?ene?. The I
-witierland snd th
? refere? The second game ?i
l bring together Spain and the GibralU
at 2:41 p m . ?aith James Hayes
' ? re?.
The asstKiation ?vas organised prin?
cipally to keep up an int?*rrsl in soccer
and to assist both amateur an :
fessions! players su I
?ay incapacitate th? m from work.
Lach gamrs are played, the
(,<>luml)i.i Nine Will
Play Rntgen 2 (?am? **
been made with Rutger? for the 1P23
diamond season. The first of the game?
t.? New Brunswick on
April 2?, while the return engagement
will be settled : ? Id on May
I eel year wa?
played, end that resulted in an easy
Blue and ?*?
regular .hree-sram? series with I?art
mou* ? with Penn are on th?
laI? of the B!je ?nd White nine
lji?t year the I,ion failed to win one
game from the Hanover aggregation
while only on." of the th*.
with Penn was wop. That lor
*?i turned -meneemeni
at South Field, and Colombii
thereby made 'sight com
mencement day virtr>r;s?
Hi?: I tiiiN ExpecU ?I at
W t-lnuii-atcr Dog Show
An exceptionally long li?t of entrie?
for the Westminster Kennel Club
I ?*bru?ry If, 1.1 and 14,
i? a??ureai by the many rcqueat? for
?in hat? which have be.
Many of the exhibitor? have
been preparing their entries for this
impor ? ? - t'-g .hem in
the late fall and winter exhibitions.
ani Rauch, eharrr.an of the
Basel - e. and his associates
have for many months ps?t been pre
I for this event, and the selection
of the date K?? found favor with pa?
trons and exhibitors of canines of high
degre f-nt arrangement
'.ogs on Sunday and open the show
on il will be Lin
roan'i Hirthda), and by thi* arrange
the climax will be reached on
tV-dr.? ?day afternoon, when the blue
ribbon of dogdnm i? awarded.
Bout? at Vimurr \. ( .
Three ten-round bout? will make up
rrogram of th? Pioneer Athletic
?day night The contestant?
will be Bill? .?.hade rs, Wolf I.arsen
Oorge Shane en, Vik? Burke aad AI
Burk? v?. Danny Rota.
Piaren Win and
Hold Leainie L?ead
in the annual <?
continued to hold its | I head
mtt.*he* <,* th round
had been contested at the room?
Kvamier ( hilds m-,*..
place, while Toaraaead Harr.? Hall tied
High for third
. ? m?tch result? were a? I
?MM? II ?l fan
In addition to the adjourned games
there still remain two full rounds to be ,
Flue Dual Swim Meet??
On Brown9! Sdwdolc
PROVIDI I eaal
? pending, are on the ,
announced here to-d.-.
held in 1 ..hit", and I?, and
in th, giate? on March
The dates foli'
a? 17. i
sn, in p?nrling. 1? and
Ifarvey i? the manager of the
ought he acruied of ??? |
bisaad ia thi? msttei. hut w? I
many neutral ???
namely, ths* I 'ha'
nnythir.g to do ** ' * The ?,i
. - > dingly sad.
Well? it wej'erweigrit champion
Great Britain, ?.her? he kno
all the beat men ir hi? elaa?. He a?
year ago, b ,
a local rinv
? hard t
?a? too rough and flatly
Hilly ha- *,.
peting a challenge in the .?
recent! world'? w<
Matchmaker Ktplain? Situation
in thi? rountry ha? bee?
il rial Ul
.-,1)1? to ratch on In I
When we a.ked
certain famou? matchmaker about th
"I'd b<- glad ?rough to gr I
?hot in my club, but I can't find
man anywhere near his wnght. w
i? willing t-a ring with hi
IS though he was too good
In mo-- of the b.g ??III club?, an
, ?are Ga
??en. there is a constant demand f
| new facts. Here ia one that ?
would like to see and who know? b
what it might relieve -?orne of tl
Mr i ?aril
Knglnh welterweight I? the victim <
going to call tl
? a'ion to tl??? of th? Bo:
'ommi??ior. he sajrs, We;
rig to Bar
an I he \er-/e of ?ecu ring m
..?tern citie?. bu' each time th
fellow found ?Oltl?
hacking out of the arrsngeth?
one time he wss aboajt to dip h.
the ink to sign for a mate
with Dave Shade, but at the la?t min
ota Dave'? manager thought better o
?t aad -v?r go* hi? name 01
the dotted line.
The Boxing Commi.?-ion has fath
.? rule that a champion m.
in fact, was one of the hoard'?
pet regulation? for a while. The rule
which was calculated to put
j? dormnnt divialon?. wa? un
rjue?tionably a good one, but it wai
i ..-ver sufficiently enforced.
I-, r- navet seen "Ber
?er" BUI) 'ion and w?
are not in a position t.i .-ay how good
illy is. The Tribune hold? no
brief for him, but it would ?eem that
r,d be only fair play to give the
Kngliehman a chance. Well?. him?elf.
declare? that he doea not demand an
Immediate ?hot at the welterweight
:.nd Is willing to prove his right
-natch with Walker by taking on
the b?**t of the contender? Thi?
?ounds fair enough
I'l.-nt.*. of Action Kxpected
of the most popular of ,i ?
? r sports the.?*- chilly day? is try?
ing to pick the winner of the Jack
li.-rnrtein Pepprr Martin terso which
is scheduled to occur in IM..
Square Garden on th? n?ght of January
5. providing Bernstein'? hr?nd. injured
in his recent battle with P.lino Flore?.
i? ir good enough shape for him to go?
on. Tni? match ought to be one of the
greatest ??en in thi? neck of the wood?
Tales of a Wayside Tee
_ By GRANTLAND RICK _
it r ir?? Tritt,?? toe )
Nee Year (.reelings
We wish "for the clan that is loved <
Wh - the ancient green.
Those who are buoyed by the ?ea
?? brand i? the iron keen "
A New Year that will leave hope and
courage unbroken by any bunker that
fate may build.
We ?ruh also the continued compa??
?a which the game has brought
ln??l of competition, the fel?
lowship of fair play.
the fairway ureen and
th, and the trouble ahead only
heavy enough to give stout hearts and
he chance for
May you find a philosophy which
faee? the course and the break of luck
w th fortitude and faith.
May your swing be true and even,
but when it isn't, may your mistakes
not lea.I \., i too far away into the
snnded wildern? unplayable
Here i?. th?- a ish thai in your philos?
ophy you may find the happiness of i
against great i ry of
contest for something far greater than
-.allow bow ore.
May you keep your eye upon the
ball, nvnd upon the job, your grip
upon serenity, your ?tance upon firm
May the weather be fair, but when
the storms break, as they will, may
?he enduring shelter of
stanchnea? ageinst all |
May you tad m the game the full
harvest of health, recreation and fel
P, which are the only thing?
And for those who have lofl
morning far behind, may you find again
the return of dreams and the renewal
to a? the ?un g -
\ ir. <;olf Ur.olutlon?
There are perhaps t plat
ing new golf resolutions for the course
just ahead, and for these we off.
following suggestions in rounding out
1. That I will make in advance a
definite dec ?ion on the stroke ahead.
t, That m thinking througt
stroke I will think of nothing Ml
ttng the ball, oner 1 have taken my
3. That I will develop the habit of
an even, steady back swing that will
start unhurried upon its way.
4. That I will let the , tub and club
head do more of the work.
I *iat I will hereafter see that my
ta?ila i? given a fairer deal when it
to lugging heavy bag? and extra
clubs I never use.
t*J. That i will keep my place
with a fuller share of
thoughtfuines? for other pig
. or two or three bad
holes are going to break up the day's
.iat I will learn the rules, and
-,en an argument
9. That I will develop the ha
taking the break of the game as it
happens to come
Saraien and Hagen
Gene Ssrazen and Walter Hagen, both
homebred?, holder? of the I
? n championships,
lose no vaiuab e time for 1923 in ?
ing forward their renewal of hostili
I'hey are to meet far their first
big test of the year In the California
open within a few day? where Hagen
will make a desperate attempt to lead
hi? rival, even if neither win?.
Saraien beat Hagen by 3 strokes at
?jkokie at medal play in July.
Kar I y In October he beat Hagen
through a 72-hole contest at match
play and now Hagan is keener than
ever to check this march on the part
of the brilliant youngster.
If might also be mentioned that
while Hagen was playing exhibitions,
loraaoa took over hi? P. x
won at Inwood in 1921, which is still
another dart to remember.
golf is ?o uncertain in it? award?
that neither may win a big champion
?hip this year with Hutch ?on. Barnes.
Karrell, D.igrl, etc., hammering at the
GeU ?npaign opens with a
rush and from the first week of the
year on through winter, spring, sum?
mer and fall continues to move along
with the bu?ie?t sea?. *n to
the game. For in golf each champion
knows that the odds against h
_ are at lea?t 7 U I, no matter
how firm his grip upon the scepter
may seem to be.
Leading Welterweights Seen*
Unwilling to Box Billy \\f*
??|,?rmomU?y' flUl in Vain for Art.on With(
?>ioiip>iii|? ??.ontiml-.r*, Jack B.rn-l,ii| gmSA
per Martin K>rnlv Matrlnil for Bout o?jj
By Jack lawr. a1^^^^
rja are full ?a 1-oxers who are so had that u?, m I
'hat he i- i- ? -k. T>et, sejsjaJI
(harks Harvey, un* g w?re. u'thTeaT
i -h welterweight.
? 4 ..
.?., ( __?__ "?-??a ,1
?me lltlr* il../ ?^1^- ?I
na] ri'J."? ** ?*<|
?? ???a*',?*__'*_??* I
??*-/?? r?e -j
I ?if..,tr, 4^- ,
II I IrVKtbU
llarlrn. ?<ir,n.,nt ? * ? I
****? It rara** I
.Irin i. I>,??, w
Ki.igr.?.??4 ?.rarre ?, f ?J?e ^1
?Wiltr It Mi4<. ^'
day we ?aw a be? msd?gJ
*r? the eonAd?a?irfJ
- n<w o?,
?r te?n kn?KM ?r ,
y kav? t? tiki *J
>? ? ?k-rtt?**.
P_ tk?t aa as*
^^^^^^ 1 via ni?? tm?
'"** ? ''in. i?iu
man, "indlwl fmtSr
:?'? world, mmM W I
?ray of Pep. r. tJt-M,T r.i
; ?' *ii "^ .
?a i tan* ?f ?y?,
and br '?-laten i_*t _4l
tin i K4s4 r
'it? while Isn
. i ?..
lightning left jtbt. TWthnsttJ
g? ?ni it? U?a *a
all over before tt hH -?ell ttgm, ?\
shot put the iight? eat fwRsraeH
he has never j?e? tfce ??ota na
The only safe prettier.?? Uta?
connection with the Msrtla-fcai^
quarrel is thai it will b? s cnattn
That ? ? rsttsin. fi? m
are unutuall* w?ll aaUhe? ;? tatai
ter of weigh* height ??4 rtotk '
( urtm to Tackle tmatStJ
Another . . - the i
offtr.z i? tfi !n?k
?r.?r'u?y, U m td
at th-- irth Regimes*. ar??*nj
Jerse. ? ?reek. fis) h*j
ehould be worth go ' t '? limg ri
to see Shtrkey it t ttegl IIM
penenced scrtpper, bat if !ris???H
puts up the battle ?talnst ?sat*?. I
local Boy. ^^^^^^^
Curtm just now i? on? tt m p*\
interesting figures in ta?
. at.d the?? i
, ,1 ring follower?
that he car. ? -
;rri.*nce? s grtmjei
of torn.. In this connect)?? tajn
lid ?gair.it Midget Smith U?4_*i4
ie ought to com? elose tar'tapM'*
t.on IS ?hef it ?*hj
pounds, the bantamweight aaafl
still be strong. He seen? __PH
Ike Porsn the nolselei? gaea*^
i? sporting a t300 watei the?
u?t received from Cbtrley S**\.
Chicago lightweight. Ik? ?*? n"p1
beit around 121
ger. and urce f****?'*-*^'".T
ne r.ti become ? <tbenJI** ** .
give ne?riy any.body ta? r_*K van
Sjki Goes to Court
To Recover H? Tit!
""paris. Dec je^unhK??1 **
Paul Ro??eau. pr4*4*?aiel?"V^
Boxing Feder?ti?*a. t??>J"J'Tg
his nine months' 4MB_,_i?___
for restoration of hU W*Vr?
?eight champ???. ***** *??
The suit is a T****^Zgg\a
failure to ?n?wer s ?***~*l tSp0a]
served upon him Isst "**"^' .
produce ?i'1 .<* x*'rtmp
rec?ird? up*n which SiSS ?** ^, ,
he Senegale?? ?-?""^t*'
the action begun to-day. 0?j^?|
that the federation'? ?^r?V
h.-cau?e he was not ?II??? wr"
In Ihe >IiHro^2?7e
The Millroie ''?00" ?J^ifc*
? f another ?tar *j~*Zm*ms'
Eby. now ot Chicago. ?L. _?'
the race last year. ***???*?**
cup is going back ?''> >l,__w 0
to become hi? *k
ear's race on '?p*?w'
Madison .Square t??*"*-?^ ^* m?
hap? th? fine?t field ^*\?Zsa
get her. Tom lean?. JT),-.?*? '
has already giver ?fTr,???
Suttner will be in tH*J,f|M *
ancet are daily ?P__ __*
Campbell, of Y.U; AllajJ"S*
Penn St?te. and ons ***\Z
star, new to New York ft**??
(;oshen Mav B* A?**
To Ihe .?ran?J.?
i I.KVKI.AND. Pec. ^'JJ^
the (irand Circuit ?re r????M-f,
possibility of forming ? "'__*> I
They gather at Toledo. Jj^f
the re.ult of th? rergn?^? ^
delphia and Poaghks-iM-^
probable dropping oat ?? ?25 st
wat declared in T.ame?? **^
here U-night. Atlanta prjT^g
?aid it would not hoi? ? ?**?*"*"
season. . ,9 gt
An effort is being ?*??"____
,rk hor?emer "%/*^iili
ijo.hen. N. Y., trac?. a?d ""MJ ?
?t?a? for datea at th? Taves*
mg. it w.? Mid. I" %r?lgg
comes ia, th?r? will ?'