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with a person entitled Dick de San
ders in Pittsburgh, and a pleasant
time was had by all but De Sanders.
"White punished him unmercifully.
Oscar Cutter, manager of Joe
Sherman, is dissatisfied with the de
cision of the recent fight Sherman
had in Cincinnati with Joe Rivers,
the latter being awarded the vekdict
on a foul in the third round. Gutter
claims the punch was not low and
says some of the Cincinnati officials'
will bear him out
Sherman, according to his man
ager, will meet Rivers any time and
place and 'will bet $1,000 ttye Mex
ican does not last ten rounds.
The playoff of last Sunday's tie
game between the Romeos and Cic
eros for the Sweitzer cup will be
staged at White Giants' park, 22d
and Rockwell, Sunday. The game
will be the second of the three-game
series. The first went to the Romeos.
The clash will begin at 2:15 o'clock.
UNCLE SAM'S FfJOTBALL STAR
DESCRIBES HIS BEST PLAYS
The fifth of six articles in which
Elmer Oliphant, famous West Point
halfback and one of the country's
?reatest allround athletes, describes
ix football plays and tells how tp
By Elmer Oliphant
This play is typical of forward
passes to be used near the center of
The opening number of the signal
should warn the quarterback, No. 1,
to move to his designated position.
The ball is passed to No. 4. No. 1
then comes up and receives the ball,
runs on a couple of steps, TURNS
and passes ball BACK to his left end.
No. 4 steps forward to protect the
passer and Nos. 2 and 3 also protect
the passer from their positions. The
right end also goes down the field
partly as a fake and partly to take
cars of defensive backs.
' The left end should not go down
the field too quickly. The double
pass gives him plenty of time and if
he remains in his position the decep
tion 6f'the opposing team will he
Double Pass With-Shift.
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