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1U. CLASH WITH
\ ONLY HONE GAM!
Hilltoppers Will Present
196-Pound Line and
Z Flashy Backfield.
? Four of the local college football
teams are ofT today on t^elr season s
s?\edules, though Washington grid
Bins will have the opportunity of
Witnessing but one of them in action.
Georgetown win pry off the
IJtl at American League Park at 3
it lock" this afternoon in a game
which should prove nothing more
(ban a practice jaunt for the Hillteppers.
* Catholic University meets Richmond
College in Richmond. University
of Maryland faces a strong foe
m Rutgers at New Rrunswick. while
Georpe Washington will be contcnt
W hold University of Virginia to a
ft* pectable score at Charlottesville.
?. Georgetown will face Lebanon
Yallty with a 196-pound line from
tackle to tackle, and Johnnie Mc<J.u
a de, rated as an e<iual of the
famous Johnnie Gilroy. back in the
Ifhe-up after a year's absence from
B> rue In G. t. IIH ?
I* "Pauly" Byrne will be the only
Washington boy to start. Byrne, at
X5-S pounds, will be.flanked on efther
^ ide by Johnnie McQuade. at 170.
d Capt. Jack Flavin, star of last
season's team, at 1*0. Martino. the
former Atlantic City High School
captain. has supplanted DuFour. the
TVan Academy boy. at quarter, and
will start today's contest. While
practically -5 pounds lighter than
TViFour. Martino develops more
speed than his heavier rival, and
seems to be a better field general.
TfeiFour. however, is but an eyelash
behind the Jersey lad. and will be
seen in action this afternoon.
Tom McNamara. a former star at
few Haven - (Conn ) high school,
will be seen at left tackle. Weighing
190 pounds, he will play next to
Ruddy Comstock. South Atlantic
fcuard. who is t oping the^ scales at
198. Ted Butler, a lad whom the
dopesters counted out several days
ago. has so far outstripped the other
candidates for the tackle position
that the coaches have picked him
to play next to the giant Kimball,
who weighs 22*. Kimball, who was
a star in Penn schoolboy circles before
coming to Georgetown, is* a
bit slow on the offense, but a stonewall
on the defense.
I Andy Zazzal:. captain of basketball
last winter, will play the end
*T>posite the veteran Ken yon. Zazzali.
while weighing but 162 is a
hard tackier, and especially deadly
in getting under punts. Werts.
weighing 180. wil be seen at center.
Wert* DNIocateft Sbonlder.
Yesterday's practice was limited
mostly to signal drill, although
Coach Exendlne put his charges
through a brief scrimmage. "Pete"
Wdrts. the promising punter from
Anbury high school, suffered a dislocated
shoulder in the melee. Werts
reported late th s fall and yesterday
was his first scrimmage. The
accident occurred the first time he
carried the ball.
Coaches Exendlne. O'Connor^^rd
Maloney will take thirty-six men to
American League Park this afternoon.
Yesterday the large squad
of seventy-odd men was divided into
two sections. From now on Assistant
Coach Maloney will have charge
n4 tbe second squad, leav ng the
first thirty-six meg to Exendlne and
Jack Gass. of Lehigh, will referee
tfie contest. The umpiring will be
fffinc by Charley Cuyon. Eastern
High coach, while John Thomas, of
tafayette. will act as head linesmaa.
C. V. Tenm selected.
* Catholic University has a team
toade up of many of last year's
stars, together with several new
oien of exceptional promise. Corwin
is back at end. while Lynch,
who took care of one of the wing
positions last year, will face Richmond
at guard. Kceler. another
Yeteran. will take care of the other
guard, and Brennan. tackle; Eberts,
center, and Curran. fullback, will
all be seen at their old positions.
MfKeon. tackle; Yeager. end; Buckley.
quarter, and Connell and Fitzgerald.
halfbacks, are all new.
George Washington, while having
hopes of trimming Virginia today.
will put a team in the field
considerably superior to that which
represented the Hatchetites in 1920.
It is probable that Morse will start
Ptak and Shaw at end: Hart and
Hawley. tackles; Walter at one
ruard and Scofleld. Springston and
Loehler in the backfield. The other
positions will not be settled until
jost before the game.
"University of Maryland Is sending
eight of last year's regulars bactc
against Rutgers today. Bvanner.
right end; Clark, right tackle;
Bailey, center; Moore, left guard;
Nlsbet. left tackle; Groves, quarterback:
Plassnlg. left half, and "Untz"
Brewer, right half, all faced tTie
New Brunswick team last year.
/'Pugh. a newcomer _ from Tech
High, will take care of left end today.
while Gundry. former substitute
center, will do duty at right
guart. McQuade. up from the
freshmen ranks, will try to fill
Markert's shoes at fullback.
The Maryland freshmen will also
swing into line at College Park today
with a game with Emerson Institute
at 3 o'clock.
NORFOLK. Va., Sept. 30.?H. G.
Martin, president of the Norfolk
SetuMty Company, was drowned while
driving across the old Indian Pole
drawbridge on Ocean View boulevard.
J'jKt outside of town, yesterday noon.
Martin, returning to the city, attempted
to take the "death-tarn" at
tftc bridge, when hi* car failed to
respond to the wheel. The car plunged
across the trolley tracks and dropped
into twenty feet of water. Martin was
pinned beneath the car at the bottom
of the rirer. It required almost half
on hour to recover his body.
Martin was married onlv live weeks
ago. He was a native of Texas, but
had lived in this city "since the Jamestown
LYNCHBURG, Va., Sept. 30 ? Miss
Gladys Jennings, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs John L. Jennings, of this
cJ*r- Herman W. Krlnes. of
Greensboro. N. C. were married
Wednesday revninc at th* Flrat
Christian Church. Ue ceremony being
performed by the Rev. C. B Reyn*? ;
Th< bridegroom fE br,<u|
Mr. and Mrs. Kxtnes wUI make their
home ia Greenstxyo.
Swings Into Action
CHICAGO. Sept. M.?Mac at
the Wnttn CMhrtnt football
I tea ma will set lata actio* t*>
I Tie strategic- kftwrea Cklfago
aad XaHkweattra at Rtaif KleM
will held moat ? tlM. attcattoa,
J as It will be the flrat Hfctlai
" ( the year he twee a two Bib Tea
team*. The Marooaa are expected
to fear* aa eaay game, coa Iderlagc
the poor jihowlna made
by the Pvrfle atalast Belolt laat
Michigan will ope a the aeaaap
with a game with Mt. Valoa at
Aaa Arbor; Wlseenala will play
Lawreaee College of Appletoat
Perdue meet Wabaah # Lafayette;
Iowa play a Knox at Iowa
City i Mlaaeaota opeaa with
Korth Dakota at Mlaaeapollat
| Ohio win so lato aetloa agalaat
' \\ ealeyaa. and Iadlaaa plays
(alaaiasoo. llllaols will aot play
aatll aext week. Notre Dame
will play Depaaw at South Bead.
FOR C. U. CLASH
Virginians Expect Close Game
With Robb's Brooklanders-Today.
Va? Sept. 3#.?Rich- i
mond football fans tomorrow will I
I pry off the lid. when the first :
I game of the college football season
will be played between the Univerj
city of Virginia and Catholic Unlj
veraity of Washington, at Stadium'
Field. Westhampton. The game will J
. begin at 4 o'clock. With a return of j
J a majority of letter men of last i
j year's succcssful eleven and many j
' additions to the squad, supporters1
i of the Richmond team are hopeful j
! as to the outcome of the battle. For
' the last three weeks Richmond's
I coaches have been busy getting their i
, gridiron warriors in shape for the J
struggle with the team Yrom the j
Capital of the Nation.
Richmond has a seasoned backfletd j
! in Towill. Zeigler. Snead aruf Fray,
but their defense is a question that ;
will J&e answered after Catholic's ,
backs hurl themselves at the Red
and Blue line.
Richmond will be outweighed by ;
the visiting team, put the team went
through its final signal drill yesterday
t afternoon with a snap, and appears
confident. The coaches appeared optimistic,
and have hopes of repeating
: their feat of last year, when Catholic
II University was beaten in Washington
i by Richmond.
Here is how the Richmond team
lines up: Rucker. left end. 158: Carlton.
left tackle. %165; Booker, left
guard. 185; Bethel, center. 180; John- (
j son. right guard. 180; Klevesahl. j
right tackle. 165; Robins, right end, j
I 155; Towill, quarterback. 165; Zieg- j
' ler. left halfback. 155; Fray, right j
halfback. 150; Snead. fullback. 165;
| average. 163.
Officials of the game will be "Billy" [
I; Gooch. Virginia, referee; Anderson, j
'Virginia, umpire; Smith, Virginia, j
| AT THE RECRATION HEALTH CENTER*
INTERNAL REVENUE LEAGUE.
Deputy Collectors. I Supplies St Equip.
Baffin... 96 ft? *7 101 96 H7
Rnrdine . S3 7* *6 Reran!. .. 104 7k SS
Mark HI *3 KUttW... 1*1 81 86
t Frldley... M 91 93! Money... M tt M
' Clark.... 98 90 97!Ro*e lOO 103 113
1 Totals. 443 4*6 4331 Total*. 481 441 454
BANE ERA LEAGUE.
, Nat. Rank of Wash.) District Nat. Bank.
, Fellipo.. 90 01 92Childre*s.. 90 to 79
' Coaiiaano 9o 9-" 96Langly... 98 91 102 j
1 Keiner.. lOl 83 91'Luddane. . 83 114 1041
Koh on. 94 82 12# R.?bin*on.. 92 91 9* J
I Geier... 101 97 110 Morgand. 106 9S 99,
Totala. 492 430 320! Total*. 471 484 482
Ann. Nat Bank. I Nat 8ar. * Trust |
Coon in .. 88 102 M!Polllck 90 *9 79 j
Yratman. *3 93 97 Kant 84 84 90;
Le'teb'ker 83 10X 104 Kelly 92 100 93
I Brnton... 93 ?l 94 Flood 98 93 98
I M'C'bdge 95 105 97 Pardee 92 92 101'
' Totals. 447 501 488 Totals. 460 438 434 j
Carry Ice Cream Co.| Young Men Shop. |
Patterson lOO 83 02!Atchlasoa. 84 98 90,
Hall 9? 99 91 (ielsel 82 78 91
Pledge!. . 94 Ml 105Knauff . .. 8.1 90 81
Polsinale UN 90 105(8tull 82 70 921
XTsop... 102 121 83|HaaaiM., 89 91 110
Totals. 303 483 476| Totala. 422 427 473
BUREAU OF ENGRAVING ft PRINTING.
Vaults. I Surface.
Eaton 91 95 97 Kenton ... 94 78 8b
Tade 82 91 SlfLanham... 88 *9 . 89
EBibbs. .. 78 HO 7-TlMoesslnger 84 81 901
I Flack S3 73 83 Lansdale.. 92 92 81
I Hittinger. 90 *6 102 Powell... 100 113 102
i Handicap. 11 11 11
Totala. 422 425 438| Totals. 489 484 46*!
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.
Four Section. | Finance.
8ailtb 93 99 l09|Jen?on. .. 107 99 9o,
Maiden.-*.. 84 77|Turner... 83 109 100|
EWrt.... 85 107 104 Wllhite. . 101 88 03,
Gist *8 115 !0?| West 103 90 84
Rartell.. 104 102 111 Law 101 93 96'
Early S9 ..]
Totala. 454 512 507' Total*. 494 479 463
Engineers. J Directors.
Paulson. . 9M 9TW 971 Wood 78 82 94
Goodman. 94 79 86:Kimball... 81 91 115
Rice 90 98 84'Slveniun.. 101 97 91
Deane 88 1??1 95' Lewis 93 106 98
Booth... 104 87 loo; Myers 84 95 100
Totals. 4*0 435 462! Totala. 437 471 496
McCarty. 109 87 96|Bylesly. 109 101 83
Kline... 85 100 H91 Robinette. 87 .. I
( oswiler. 86 101 901 Furlong... 70 88 76
Remolds. 04 90 85; Vaughn... 78 91*87
Shindle.. 110 101 80 Lethem 78 84
iBrooks... Ill 97 08
Totals. 484 479 4401 Totals. 441 461 430
THREE DA YS UNDER
18; DENIED LICENSE
RCCKVILLE. Md? Sept. 30? Because
the young lady lacked three
day* of being of legal .age. or. In
other words, would not be 18 until
next Monday, the clerk of the Circuit
Court here wai compelled to reI
fuse to Issue a license for the marriage
of Miss Florence Staley and '
Roland C- Simpson, young WashingIonian,
for which the young man
applied this afternoon.
The young man stated they would
come to Rockville on Monday and
hav? the ceremony performed.
Minor League Results.
Minneapolis 7; Toedo. 1.
Kansas City. 5: Indianapolis 8.
St. Paul. 6; Columbus. 4.
Milwaukee 9- liMlifllla 1. jj
John Heisman, whose succes
is prepping his University of ^ei
offensive and defensive work of I
BEATS EASTERN, 7-0
Guyoh's Team Weakened by
Loss of Regulars in the
Eastern Hihg lost lis first game of
the season against. Episcopal ' High.
7 to 0. at Alexandria yesterday. but
Guyon's eleven was badly weakened
by the loss of seven first string men,
whom the Alexandrians objected to as
being over the 140-pound limit. The
Eastern coach was forced to put a
team on the field minus center .
Capper and Coleman, giferds : Herxog.
tackle; I^eonard and Harrison, ends,
and Whitesell. fullback.
Episcopal made its only score in the
first period, when Quarterback Meyers
fumbled the kick-off. -Episcopal recovering.
and pushing the ball across
the line by straight line plugging.
Thereafter in the first half, the two
teams battled to a standstill, but in
the second half, with Capt. Premier
at quarter,* Moran at left half, and
Allen at fullback. Eastern started a
steady advance down the field, only
to lose the ball on a fumble on Episcopal's
10-yard line* p
Eastern lined up with A. Edwards
and Campbell, ends; Cardwell. NVwman
and Mpotyka. tacnles; Higgins
and Ady. guards : Weber, center:
Meyers and Premier, quarterbacks .
Moran and Litchfield, left halfbacks:
Roudabush, right halfback . Allen and
J. Edwards, fullbacks.
CENTRAL OPK\S TODAY
UITH t'HARI.OTTF. HALL.
Central High will begin its football
season this afternoon in the Mount
Pleasant stadium with the Charlotte
Hall Military Academy of Maryland
as their guests. Coach Metzler has
his men in good shape for the game
and hopes to wipe1 out the memory
of the 0-to-0 game of last season.
Play will start at 3 o'clock.
CLARENDON. Va.. Sept. 30?Organizers
of th? Clarendon Trust
Company reported to the stockholders
at a meeting held in the Follansbee
Building last night' that while
the bank would not be ready for
business until December 1. sufficient
stock had been sold to warrant a
permanent organization. The following
board of flirectors was elected
to succeed *he temporary list previously
announced: Frank T. Stone,
Dr. R. N. Sutton, John G. Dudley.
Dr. W. C. Welburn. Walter O. Von
Herhuiis. C. P-. Tar lor. I>*". F. J.
Ready. Ashton C. Jone?. Lester VanMiddlesworth.
W. R. Boyer, DrJt. P.
Smal\wood. A. L. Reinberg. JoS W.
Rogers, Dr. J. Ernest Mitchell. V
Morgan Johnson, C. C. Lamond, Dr.
W. D. Goodman. Peter Latterncr and
Charles D. Boyer.
Officers will be named at'a future
meeting of the board.f The comml
tee to. recommend a gecretary-tren.^
urer is composed ot John G. Dudley,
chairman; W. O. Von Herbulis and
F. T. Stone. The committee on
building is M&. R. Boyer. chairman;
C. C. Lamond and A. L. Reinberg.
and on by-laws Lester VanMiddlesworth.
chairman; C. R. Taylor and
J. W. Rogers.
Bowlers Issue Defi.
The Wacco Athletic Club, recently
reorganized. Is looking for games
with any five-man bowling team of
the city or vicinity. The club's regular
five Is composed of GUI. Oarber,
Howlson. Rnpple and Wilkinson.
Address challenges U> Raymond Gill,
642 Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
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T UP!" YELLS" PI
N. ' ^
s with the Georgia Tcch "Golden '
unsylvania eleven for a big year. F
lis line this year. The photo showi
1 GRIDIRON Gi
Georgetown va. I.elmmin Valley
American league Park, 1 o'clock.
George Washington at Virginia.
Catholic University at University
N'avy vs. Nbrth Carolina State,
Johns Hopkins vs. Mount St.
Western Maryland vs. St John's.
Wake Forest at North Carolina.
Ilampden-Sidney at Virginia M. I.
William and, Mary at Virginia
ItandoIph-Mai-an at Washington
MORGAN IN CLOSE
CONTEST, 7-5, 6-1
('ON-TINTED FBOM PAGE NINE
exceptional tennis heights to square
the set at 3 all. There wore mnn>
fine driving passages at this, stage ol
the match. When Morgan won fi
was usually on hia excessive speed
Yencken's points were generally scored
by drawing Morgan out of posiiior
and then flashing a finishing stroke
for an ace.
With the score 3 all. Yencken broke
through on Morgan's service and ther
took his own. each with the loss ol
only one point. ' Morgan won the
ninth game on his own delivery, bin
Yencken came back with pa rush Ir
the tenth and final gampe, winning
all but the fourth point.
The point score:
Yencken.. .2415 3 446534 4-MS 1
Morgan ...42475034350 2?3S?5
Yencken 414911 442 4?34?(
Dudley 2 4 17 4 4 114 l?29?l
('barest Never Troubled.
Clarence Charest was never on hii
game in his match with L W. Batei
and the veteran carried him to ??4
Jn both set< before admitting defeat
The heavy court was an aid to Rates
deceptive chops, though neither mar
played the game he was capable of.
J. It. Kallinger swept aside L. A.
Cox. 6?1. 6?2. but It is not expected
that he will prove a match for Charesi
at 2 o'clock today. R. J. Konkel
reached the semifinal round without
opposition, winning by default frorr
A1 "ore, Konkel will face Yencken
at 3 o'clock today.
jYntfrdi) ! result*:
Fourth Round- J K Balllager 4?featH
V. .J-ri,r*w CliarMt t?ftested
L. ? B?te?. <1?4. ? <. Artliul
\?sckea defp.trt , Ihidli-j M..r?sn, 7?1,
fsi.lt. K"nk" d?f..ted Al Uore by de
* Man's Doublet.
Round-^' D?wd snd B.. de
Tu/r'.""1 Patrick by defsnh
^Tldrd Bond?Miller snd Held d,-fosicd
U . Bslllager snd Kowier. 8?2, ??1; Hell<-?
if _ Ms?g?? detested Grsre. snd White,
?. Fl1*t ? B?Un<1~M'"" II,,vl defpsted Mrs
Msrsb. 6?2 6?0; Miss Lyon defeated Misl
Grose., 6-1, 6-4; Mi*. Kelly defeated
Mi?? Hannah. 6?1, 6?1; Mrs. Ellis defeat
Ml** Wakeford. 6?3. 6?1; Minn Wheel
er defeated MIm Robinson by default.
Round?lira. Xorment defeated
Miaa Wheeler. 6?0, 6?1.
Ulaa Kelly and MIm Wakeford defeated
Mm. and Ml*a Pyle, 6?4, 6?1.
Full Line of Derbies, Caps, So
and Stiff Hajs?Ladies' Silk
721 144 S. 419 11
4 Doors Below Op]
N. Y. Ave. * Star'
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* i ~
5NN COACH 1
!v V s: - ^||| }
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rornado" team earned him fame, j
leisman is laying emphasis on the 1
9 the squad working at top^ speed i
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\MES TODAY ]i
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Spring Hill at Alabama.
Alabama Poly vs. Howard at BU- 1
mingham. - ' I
Clemfon va. Centre at Danville,
Georgia va. Mercer at Athens.
Georgia Tech vs. Oglethorpa at ]
' Atlanta. I
Houth Carolltia va Krsklne at '
Vanderbllt vs. Tennessee Normal .
Fnrman vs. Newberry at Greenville.
Tulane vs. Mississippi College- at New
Tennessee vs. Maryvllle at Knox- ,
Missouri vs. Oklahoma Aggies at , ;
Columbia. | ,
Kant. y I
Maryland at Rutgers.
Aarmy vs. Springfield and New <
Hampshire (double - hca-Kr), West 1
1 Point. ?
Swarthmore at Princeton.
Holy Cross at Harvard.
[ Vermont at Yale. . 1
Pitt at Lafayette. <
! f'olby at Brown.
Middlebury at Dartmouth.
1 Gett?yburg at Penn Stater" 1
Franklin and Marshsll at Penn.
'\ Susquehanna at Lehigh 1
M Ohio University at Syracuse.
I St. Honaventure at Cornell.
Tufts vs. Kates at Medford. 1
1 Curftnell at Washington and Jef- '
1 ! feraon.
- Cincinnati at West Virginia.
Washington rollegr r*t Kjiuham.
( Amherst at Columbia.
i Allegheny at Colgate.
f Muhlenberg at Delaware.
( rnlral Weal.
I North-western at Chicago. ,
i Kalamazoo at Indiana.
'I Knox at Iowa.
C#e at Iowa State.
Mount Cnion at Michigan.
] North I>akota at Mlnrc-soia.
r] Nebraska Wesleyan at Nebraska.
| Del'auw at Notre Dame.
Ohio Weslcyan at Ohio State.
Washburn at Kansas.
'? l^awrertee at Wisconsin.
I West. ! |
Olympic Club at California.
Hillings Poly at Montana State. 1
II Ogden A. C. at Utah Aggies.
FALLS CHURCH ROAD
. WORK PROGRESSING
FALLS CHURCH. Va.. Sept. 30 ?
M Work on the reconstruction of the
road on Washington and Ilroad
' streets. Fill* Church, is being rspM
idly pushed. Th#? money for the buildMing
of that portion lying within Wit
'j limits of the village was raised by
, popular subscription and by special
tax levies. A petition Is now In .
circulation which, when signed by'
two-thirds of the resident taxpayers.
pj will authorize the town council to
, : levy a special tax of 50 cents on |100.
The residents ar#? signing readily.
j The construction Is of crushed rock
surfaced with tarvia. with adequate (
> drainsge at either side to insure n
I dry and lasting roadbed The *MIi
mated cost Is 910.000 per mile. Htone
j Is now being taken from* Trlppa'
I quarry for the u*e of Arlington
j County In building the portion of
I the Aqueduct Bridge road extending
, i fron* the end of the concrete ron'1
Ij near CherrSdale to the limits of Falls
I Church. When all Is flnfched (his
[fall, there will be an exceptionally
I fine road from the Aqueduct Bridge
at Georgetown to the i^eesburg pike, j
said to b? th? longest stretch of I
straight road cast of the Mississippi
AftA ? Knows
[A St. 503-505 94 St.
losit* Ju?t Above
Bidg E Street
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I I ' -II
I L^TONlA RBSULT8, *].
Ptm Dm ? Jo? Goodman It
(porreto), 11.01. li te. CM; Mellora.
101 (Sc?bl*y. I.N. LI* Ground
Swell, III. Poale. 4 40 Time 117
|.|. Blend Buddy. King Rom. Tim
M?G?e. BVIl.a Knob. Ormond. Hidden
Jewel. Doric, La Dernier* alas
leraad Hare Tulane. )I1 (Pool),
1 40, 1 20. 2.60: yiough Jordan. 112
(Lyke). I.M, t.M: Vaimlmu. lit
(Smallwood). 1.60 Time. 1:17 l-l
Dad. Eraktne Dale. Tlbadaux. Melum,
Ortun, Brother John. Lieut.
Colonel alao ran.
TUri Rare?All I van. Ill (Greg- '
ory) 10 60, III. I ll: Amanda. 1M
(Parke). I.20r 6.30; Loveltne. ?4
(Poretto). 1.20. Tim*. 1:M 1-5.
Klranor 8. Nell Tork. Guaranteed.
Mary Jane Baker, Counteaa also
I'Mrtfe Here The original fourth
race waa declared off and the following
substituted. For 1-year Ida
and up: claiming; purse 11.401,
i furlonga: Gipay Queen. 114 (Fran:la).
t.10. (.11. 6 10: Rlchllleu. 107
(Gregory). 21.71: 17.21: Service
nag. Ill: LJllcy. 2*10. Time 1:15
1-5. Fuse. Romance. Locarno,
Hazel W. Madame Byng. Philanlerer,
Ragaaxa, Rax alao ran.
Fifth Itaee?Fire Brand. 116
(Lyke), 4.10, S.20. 2.71; H. K. Coleman.
112 (Poole). 4.40. t.10: Sanda
jf Pleasure. 107 (Carroll). 6.10.
rime, 1:56 1-5. High Gear. Peace
I'ennant. Blandie Mac alao ran.
Mxth ll??-e?<:lyn. 101 (Parke),
1 60. 2.70. 2.T0: Hyaterla. 110 (Plck n?(.
4.50, 4.20; The Colonel'* Lady.
102 (E. Barnes). 5.40. Time "1:16 2-6
William Oldt. Image, Pump*. Salamander
fteveath Raee?Alex Jr.. 110 (Kedrrls).
7.60. 1.90. 3.10: Harvest King.
Ill (E. Burnes). 0.40, 1.40: Sea
Prince, 111 (Murray). 4.00. Time.
1:56 4-5. Lackawanna. Miss Nell.
Tulsa, Corydon. Gourmand also ran
NEW YORK. Sept. 3?? Pour ten*ound
bouts are announced for Tejc
Rlckard's next show at Madlvon
Square Garden, set for Friday night.
October 7. to interest world series
Tans Happy I.lttleton of New Orlean*.
will make hla local debut
kgainat Johnny nowtrd, Bayonne
reteran. Dave Spade, another newcomer.
will meet George Ward, of
Klizabeth. N. J. Joe Burman. of
Chicago. will tackle Midget .Smith,
ind Jark Sharkey and Jabes Wh'te.
>f Albany, will complete the card.
John Snyder. Cumberland promoter.
and Ike Dorgan are handling
Fay Keiaer. who gave Bob Martin
t tanning recently. They have picked
a tough shot for their soldier
Ighter in Billy Spade. the Ca?iforlian.
The pair mil! do eighteen
rounds at the Garden October i
Col!ma. the rugged m ddlo '
w? : from California, has been
nl.- Ituted for Italian Joe Cans to meet
Frank Carbonne for twelve
round* at the Broadway exhibition m
in Brooklyn next Monday night ?
Dan* sent word that (lines* would ?
prevent him tying up with the rough Carbonne.
Next Thursday night at the Jama
ca Sportinic Cluli Benny Coster |
and Bill Marlowe will step in for
twelve round* In the main event.
There will also be a twelve-round
trip between Joe Sheridan and Sid
TODAY at S I*. ?.
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