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HI Hill UVE SPORTS
REVIVE POLO SPORT
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Some of the Action Which Thrilled the 8,000 Spectatoro at the Recent
Meadowbrook-Bryn Mawr Championship Contest at Philadelphia.
Polo, virtually nonexistent during
tho war, will experience a revival dur
ing tho coming winter and spring
which promises to plnco It again
nmong tlio lending outdoor pastimes In
California. Many of the West's prom
inent players served In tho army and
tho return of these men will nerve to
stlmulnto Interest In the game.
Coronndo and Del Monto, as In for
mer years, will bo tho center for polo
enthusiasts. Already stables of polo
ponies nro arriving to bo prepared for
tho various tournaments.
To Draw Best Teams.
Tliroo tournnments, two nt Del
Monto nnd ono at Coronado, It Is be
lieved, will draw tho cream of tennis
from tho United States and Canada.
Tho principal events of the reason
will be tho Invitation tournaments nt
Del Monte, February 1 to 10 j tho an
mini spring tournament nt Del Monte,
March 28 to April 15, and tho four
teenth annual polo tournnment nt
Coronudo, March 1 to April 1.
For the first tlmo since the senson
of 1017, the l'nclfic Const All-Amerlcati
EDDIE M'GOORTY GETS COIN
Boxer, Now In England, Should Come
Back With Roll That Will
Make Rivals Envious.
Boxing Is the most pouplar sport
In England right now, ami promoters
nnd lighters worth while nro getting
rich. Kddle McGoorty has picked up
n bundlo over there, and If ho doe."
not spend the wnd should come homo
with a roll that will muko his rivals
lu the States exceedingly envious.
They charge as high as $50 for ring
side teats In London without anbody
squnwklng, mid tho guys In tho back
rows sometimes Imvo to plank down
tho equivalent of one of our $5 note."
for n distant peek at tho doings. This
price scalo prevails In all classes
whero tho mutches are attractive
Can you Imnglno Pal Mooro and
Jimmy Wlldo boxing to an American
audlenco that slnpped down from fivo
cases up to a half century to seo the
midgets perforin? If you can, you
have a vivid Imagination I Yet they
can get away with It over there.
ORIOLES TO TRAIN IN SOUTH
Manager Dunn of Baltimore Looking
Up Place to Take His Team for
Jack Dunn trained his Orioles aF
homo last spring and then walked
away with tho pennant In tho Inter
national Icaguo race, but ho does
not plan to do any more homo train
tin:. He Is now angling for u loca
ion in 'he siiiuiv Southland.
ON PACIFIC COAST
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polo trophy will bo competed for dur
ing tho coming midwinter tournament
at Coromido. This trophy was won In
1017 by tlio Meadow brook four, com
posed of O. M. Kecksher, C. l. Reud
leston, Mnlcolm Stevenson (cnptnln),
mid Cnrlton Rurke. The Mendowbrool:
four won the trophy hy defeating tlio
Miami Valley team, captained by Max
Season Opens January 1.
Tho season will oillclally open nt
Coronado on Jantmry 1 with tho In
auguration match. Weekly cup
matches will follow every Saturday
and Sunday. During the tournament
from March 1 to April 1, In addition to
tho All-Ainerlcnn trophy, players will
compete for tho California challenge,
Pacific Const Junior championship and
Joseph Jessop challenge trophies.
At Del Monto during the coming sen
son there will bo two regulation Ileitis
In addition to a practice urea. Tho
fields are said to rank among tho best
In tho country and pluns are being
made to care for n largo number of
COLLEGES RACE BY AIR
IN CROSS-COUNTRY TRIP
Aerlnl racing as n recognized
sport Is under consideration nt
Harvard, Vale nnd Columbia
universities, according to mem
bers of the Aerial club at the
Ins't named Institution. Invita
tions will, In all probability, bo
sent to other colleges, asking
their active co-operation in this
movement. A three-cornered
cross-country race by airplane
next spring between Columbia,
Harvard, nnd Yale, modeled af
ter tho recent New York-Toronto
lllght, is planned.
Cleveland chess enthusiasts hnvo
organized a league.
Connie Mack's Athletics were last
for tlio fifth consecutive year.
Yalo won the fresiininn cross-country
run, defentlng Harvard 22 points
. "Rnbo" Ruth declares he may tour
the country with an Independent team
Shorly Miller, former star quarter
back at Pcnn State, Is playing profes
Trapshootlng In tho United States
will bo supervised in tho future by a
committee of ten members.
Max Carey Is said to bo much bene
fited In health since going to Cuba
with the barnstorming ball lowers.
Frank .T. Marshall, chess expert,
plans u tour of tho country, tnklng In
tho lending centers, Including Canada.
Manager Mike Kelley has returned
to St. Pnul without signing to boss
tho Senttlo club of tho Pacific Coast
Freak pitching Is to bo abolished by
tho ninjors. Tho pitchers would also
llko to see tho klhosli put on freak
bnttlng of the Ruth order.
John McGruw, manager of the
fllants, denies tlio story tlint originated
In the east that ho Is trying to inako
a trade for "Rabbit" Maranvlllo of the
Tho Interstate League, Involving
Wollsvlll", Olean and Jamestown, N.
Y Ilrniiford. Oil City and Franklin.
Pa., Is to bo revised wllh Pot ron;li
erty. the old While Sox oi.HM r
COLT BRINGS $50,000
Onlroy, a two-year-old colt by
Royat Realm, out of Gnlllnntl,
by Galllnnle, out of Serenata,
by Chavenlng, was sold for $."0,
000 at tho October Newmarket
sales. This Is one of the biggest
prices ever paid for a youngster
In Knglaiid. Other big prices
were realized at the sale.
STANDARD BALL IDEA
STIRS GOLF PLAYERS
Rule Would Meet Hard Opposl
in U. S. and Canada.
No Definite Action Taken at Meeting
of Royat and Ancient Club of St.
Andrews Matter Seems to Bo
In Abeyance at Present.
Although the Royal pad Ancient club
of St. Andrews nt Its last meeting
took no definite notion on the .stand
ardization of golf balls, the mutter
was discussed. Prior to the meeting
It was reported on seemingly good nu
thorlty that It was the Intention of
tho rules of golf committee to Intro
duce it rule standardizing tlio llontcr,
writes Joe Davis lu Chicago Tribune.
la order to give the golf trado a
chance to unload Its stock of heavier
balls, It was proposed to make tho
change take effect at the cloe of the
For the time being the matter seems
to bo In abeyance, and, while tho mnt
tor of standnrdlzntlon never has been
olllclnlly discussed by the United
States Golf association, the national
body would have to take ntllclnl action
If tho Hrltlsh authorities decided to
adopt n standard ball.
Although the V. S. G. A. and tho
Royal nnd Ancient club differ lu their
interpretation of the umnteiir rule, tho
only difference In the playing rules Is
that the V. S. O. A. "auctions the uso
of the mallet-headed putter, which Is
barred In Great Rrltaln.
Commenting on the proposed legis
lation the Canadian Golfer says:
"It Is sincerely hoped that tho rules
of golf committee will not be so III
advised as to adopt such u radical de
parture without first eotiMiltliig tho
powers that be In this and other golf.
Ing countries. In Canada the rules
nnd regulations of the gnnie as laid
down by St. Andrews nre faithfully
followed, but It Is u grave question If
nny such change ns that mooted In
connection with the standardization of
the ball would be acceptable here. Tho
rules of golf committee must iinsten
slowly,' very slowly, before making
nny such rash decision. It certainly
would be retrograde legislation.
"Tho chief objections made to the
rubber-cored ball nre that It gives n
good response to n half-hit shot ; that
It makes recovery from bayards too
easy, so that the bad shot does not
receive the punishment It deserves,
nnd that Its resiliency makes It much
harder to control on a hard green and
so Introduces nn element of luck In
approaching and putting.
"All these objections apply most
strongly to the llontcr and much less
strongly to tho small, heavy ball, which
it Is proposed to abandon. One thing
Is sure: If St. Andrews does attempt
to Rtnndarrilrc the 'iliutor,' Its ruling
will not be observed In C'nnada or the
States. It will commit golfing suicide
ns far as Its lutliience here Is con
cerned." MADE LITTLE ON BIG BATTLE
Tex Rlckard, Great Fight Promoter,
Disappointed at Way Things
Turned Out at Toledo.
"I notice It stated that the Demp-soy-WIllard
fight drew $ 110,732," said
n New York sporting man, who was
ofllclnlly connected with the big fight
nt Toledo. "Well, the gate receipts
might Imvo amounted to that much, but
not a penny was made on tlio venture.
Even Tex Rlckard, who has been rated
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as tho world's greatest promoter, was
disappointed over tho way things
"After settling for the arena and
paying off thu boxers there wasn't
enough coin left to buy a square meal.
I nlM) noticed that it was stated that
tlio Toledo boxing commission's share
of the proceeds was something like
$30,000, That's a dream. I am sure
that there was nothing for the com
mission after all expenses were paid."
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Scene of the 1920 Olympic Games at Antwerp.
Tho site of the 1020 Olympic games Is a busy plnco these days. Tho
Olympiad will lie held on the grounds of tho Reerschot Athletic club, located
ubout ten minutes from the city's (.enter. The place Is being enlarged so that
' between 30,000 and -10,000 spectators will he accommodated. Everything la
being done to Improve the track. Special approaches to tho grounds nro
being built to handle the great throngs which nro sure to attend. This photo
shows the grounds being put Into shape for the coming event.
LORD GLENELG'S HORSES
LEAD LIST OF WINNERS
Horseruclng In Kngland has
enjoyed u wonderful revlvat
this season, largo crowds pa
tronizing all tho courses
throughout the country. I-onl
Glenelg stilt leads In the list of
winning owners, so far having
won In stakes tho large sum of
$125,107. Ills chief winners nro
tho Derby sensation, Grand Pa
rade. Dominion, llrlght Folly,
Scntwcll, Skyrocket and Lady
Lord Derby comes next, with
SlOl.OM. Stevo Donoghue, with
114 races won, leads In tho
Jockey championship, and Is
certain to win tho honor for tho
sixth year In succession.
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United States Golf association Is
nearlng the 000-club mark.
Ilnrry Williams, former Western
League plajer, Is now a heavyweight
There are approximately 25,000
sporting goods stores In tho United
Hnrvard boasts thirteen fre.ihman
elght-onred crews, a record for tho
Rrown university students must
learn to swim ns part of tho physicnl
Sam Vlck will stick with the Yan
kees next season. If he sticks around
.300 wo'll say he'll stick.
Cleveland pitchers last year failed
to strike out Kddle .Murphy, pinch
hitter for tho White Sox.
A Judge's stand for race tracks that
Is revolved by an electric motor Is tho
Idea of n Kentucky Inventor.
Harvard will send varsity, second
varsity and freshmen crews against
the Navy on the Severn on April 21.
President John lleydler says thero Is
no real sentiment In his league for a
schedulo longer than 151 games next
Dennis F. OTnunell, Jr., of tho
Dorchester district of Roston has boon
elected captain of the Harvard track
The College of the City of New
York will have a football team ngnin
next season. The sport has been dead
there ten years.
University of Virginia will organ
ize a "V" club of 500 living members
of the iilumul who won vnrMty letters
In major sports there.
Jimmy Vldx, who stands suspended
by tho Salt Lake club ol the Pacific
Coast league, did not play n game
this your. Ho failed to hov up,
hence the suspension.
Cynwyd club, outside of Phlludel
phhi, will add six to nine grass tennis
courts to Its equipment for next sea
son's play. Its clay cmirls are among
tho finest In this country.
Gene Pauletto Is going to piny first
base for tho Phillies next season. Fred
Luderus will he retained as a pinch
hitter. Ho Is slowing down, so tho
younger innu gets tho Job.
FOR OLYMPIC GAMES
COACH WILCE IS A SURGEON
Football Mentor of Ohio Stato Univer
sity Received Hlo Sheepskin
Why do they call John W. "Wllco,
Ohio Stato coach, "Doctor Wllco?"
Very simple, ltccausc he Is n gradu
ate M. D., having received his sheep
skin In surgery nt Ohio Stato last
June. Wllco graduated from tho Uni
versity of Wisconsin before accepting
Coach John Wllce.
the position of Ohio Stnto football
coach. He was one of the greatest
guards that ever played In tho Rig
Doctor Wllce entered tho O. S. U.
College of Medicine the first year ho
served as football mentor, and gradu
ated last June. The conch does not
have to seek expert medical advlco
now whenever a player Is Injured. Ho
gives It himself.
FORMER CHAMPION TO TEACH
Generoso Paveso, Former Italian
Fencer, Appointed as Instructor
Tho appointment of Generoso Pnve
so, former Italian fencer and success
ful defender of the world's fencing
championship, as nu Instructor of the
sport at the United Stntes Naval
academy, Is announced. Paveso bus
entered upon his duties nt the naval
MACK SIGNS ANOTHER INDIAN
Chief Bradley, Pitcher for Doylestown
Club, to Be Tried Out by Phila
Manager Mack had such wonderful
luck with that f.imous Iiullnn, Charles
Albert Render, lh.it lie lias decided to
tempt fortune ome iiikiv, and linn
therefore, sli-in d for a trial next
spring Chief lti-adlm. the iiiiied Indian
pitcher of the Doylentowit dub of tho
Montgomery County league.
LILLIAN T. IS FAST STEPPER
Covers Mile In 2:03 Over Half-Mlle
Track at Urbana Puts Her
In Flrat Flight.
Another pneer that ban come to life
on the imlf-mllers Is Lillian T. 2:02?4,
that lias iilwajs been a consistent per
former. At Ui liana. 111., she stepped
the half-mile track In 2:03i, which
puts her up on the first lllght of half
mllers. ASK CASH FOR OLYMPIC TRIP
Canadian Athletes F.xpcct $40,000 Will
Be Needed to Make Journey
Canada expects $10,000 will be re
quired for Its athletes to imiko the
Olympic games trip. It Is planned to
nsk towns, cities and provinces for
nssirtiince to bring tho government's
U'rant of $15,000 up to tlio needed Bum.