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Specializing in West Side Real Estate
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YOUNGEST "BIG LEAGUE" FOOTBALL COACH
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Clinrlrq ("Shy") IlniitliiKton. lx-ail coach of the University of Oregon
football team, which recently met defeat tit the hands of lliirvnnt tit Pasa
dena, Oil., Is sulci to he the youngest "hip league" couch. He Is 27 years
old anil played on the Oregon teiini which defeated the University of Venn
sylvnnn team nt Pasadena In 11110.
LUCRATIVE YEAR FOR
Shekels Poured Into Coffers of
Champion During 1919.
New York Boy Drew Down $200,000
as His bhare of Battles In Which
He Participated Piled His
Trade With Diligence.
The year Just passed was certainly
n lucrative one for llenny Leonard, the
lightweight champion. The New York
hoy drew down a cool ?'( 10,000 as IiIh
share of the buttles Inwvhleh he par
ticipated during nun..
Leonard was tho most active of all
the boxers, large or small, In this
fertile land. He piled his trade with
a diligence and lgor neer before ills
played by n champion In any class.
lie reiilled thai the reign of u cham
pion Is not long at most and that a
title holder has to "get It while the
getting Is guild."
Leonard engaged In 'J." bouts during
the .Mar, an nverage of u bout almost
every two weeks. This In exclusive of
the several benellt bouts he boxed. Ac
rot ding to his manager, Hilly (illwon
the total gale receipts for the-e hunts
amounted to approximately S.lon,oot)
If Leonard drew down $:!00,ono us hN
share then he averaged about -10 po
cent of the gate III each bout In which
he took part. To attract a total f a
half million dollars, the gate icoelpts
for each bout averaged .".0,000. and
Leotiatd tecelved an nverage of SK.otlo
for every time he entered the ring to
In eight of Leonard's principal
bouts the gates totaled S'.'OL.IOO, an
average of Sl!.",lK7.riO per bout. The
remaining 111 bouts drew SL'ftS.riOO, an
nverage of SlT.firiO. Ills biggest drow
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Lightweight Champion Benny Leonard.
lug eard was his bout with Willie
llltchlo at Newark, which drew a .$r.:i,.
000 house. His battle with Patsy (.'line
came second with $.'17,000, niul his next
best was his go with Johnny Dundee
tit Newark, which netted $'J(I.000.
Tho fact that Leonard was able to
nverage one bout almost every two
weekH Is all tho more lemaikahle
when It lh remembered that the cham
pion did llttlo boxing durliig the sum
mer months. All thrrtigh July and
most of August he was Idle. Then he
retuiueil to tho whirlwind campaign
that had featured IiIh schedule dur
ing tho fcprlug unci enrly sumnier
ruoulhh. An fast us niatclie.s could he
made for him he boxed. Ho wns ever
ready to enter tho ring ngaltiHt an.v
opponent tho promoters might select
for him. Ho recently concluded hlb
) ear's work In the ring with a ehori
but productive tour through the
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3AT DONOVAN IS CUB COACH
rormer Big League Manager Has
Been Signed by Chicago Club to
Manager l'red -Mitchell of the Chi
ago Cubs has engaged Patsy Dotio
ran. one-time major league star, to act
is coach or the CiiIm' pitching stalT.
ouovau succeeds otto Kitabe. Tin
new ciiuch is a mmmH bteball man and
should prove to be a valuable assist.
tint to Mitchell.
Donovan was at one time a member
of the Ittookl.vils and later went to
the Pirates. At the end of his ph y
Ingdays he was selected to manage fhe
Brooklyn tenia. Later he became the
manager of the lloston ited So. Dur
ing the past few years ho has been
connected with several International
length' clubs. He has managed the
Iliiffnlo, Newinl, ami Syracuse clubs
of that league.
E, E. MARTIN AWARDED PRIZE
Reward for Member of Athletic Team
Who Had H ghest Gcholaitlc
Stnndlno for Year.
12. 12. Martin. U), of .North Attic
born, .Mass., has been awarded the
Powers athletic ptiro at Dartmouth
college. It provides $. for the mem
ber of an athletic team who has the
highest MiiolaMlo hliinillng for the
Mar. Thoe only who have been
awarded the "I" by Hie athletic coun
cil dutltig the year are eligible. Mar
tin played third base on the nine and
guard on the hio-kelball ipilutet.
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Ktank Klaus, former middle
weight champion of the world,
who holds u victory overt ieorges
t'arpentler, the Kuropenn cham
pion, commenting on the French
man's chances In a bout will
Champion Jack- Detiipe.v, Mild:
"Caipcutler's vietoty was not
'i lluke, Make no mistake alioui
hat ; he Is a great lighter
While I don't th'uk ho can beat
Detnpsey I do think t'urpintlei
un give .Jack Hih t. night m nr
.iimetit ho ever hnd lu all hi
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Nebraska and lowu may not mevt
ou tho gridiron next fall.
Harvard athletic tcinis will resume
southern trips next Bptlng.
Dartmouth has added fencing to Its
ollkially recognised sports.
Harvard has booked twenty-seven
baseball games for next season.
The Amateur Athletic union has 488
clubs and 11,5 III registered athletes.
Indianapolis has sold Sam Crime, a
btllllnnt .voting lutleltler, to Cincinnati.
National league baseball nines used
17,070 baseballs during the IfrlD sea
ion. Princeton will have sixteen veterans
of tho football squad available for
I2nglnnd wants catch-as-catch-cnn
wrestling added to the Olympic pro
grnm. At Cornell university more than
1,000 students turned out dally for
Harvard plays the tlr-d baseball
gatito April 10 with ISowdolu at Cam
bridge. Italph (Ireenleaf, the pocket billiard
champion, was twenty years old No
Thomas I nee. moving picture pro
moter, may buy the Portland elttb of
the Const league.
1SUI llliichmau. Pirate outllehler, is
wanted by the Columbus c-lul of the
Atlanta will he the scene of the
southern Intercollegiate track and Held
sports, May 1 1 and b".
"Habe" Until bit for a total of USI
bases lust season nod was paid at the
rato of $:i.VJI per base.
The IP-'O Yule-Harvard rowing
classic will take place over the Now
Loudon course June -o.
Itemember Mark llaldwin? Quito a
pitcher In hk time. Well, he Is now
a ph.vsieian In Pittsburgh.
Ilwahl O. ("Jumbo") Stlehta has
signed a Ihe-year coiiliaci as director
of athletics at Indiana university.
Neither (leruian nor Austrian ath
letes will he permitted to compete In
the Ol.viople Nvalvul at Autvwrp this
Albany schoolbo.vs are In lug en
rolled hi the lecently formed Adiron
dack A. A. of the Atnatoni Athletic
Hob llig'.ius, captain of this j ear's
Pelin State football eleven, Is the
champion heav.vwelght bev r of the
Xnrthwoloiu rnlveivlty students
will be lnstiiicted In wreMllng. In
cluding the Japanese and Swedish
Italph Perkins, one of Hie three
leading catchers of the American
league, has signed with the Athletics
A new Trench lly weight boxer
named .Milliard Is being groomed for a
clash with Jimmy Wilde, tho lCiigllsh
Kail Xamloch. who at one time was
u pitcher for the White Sow has
turned itiaglchiii and Is touring Pacltlu
The Detroit club will take twenty
nine players south for spring training.
Including ten recruits. Five of them
It would not sitiprl-e followers of
football to m'o "Tad" Jones assisting
Dr. Sharpe In comhliig the Tale foot
ball team next fall,
"Mule" Watson and Harry Pearce,
Phillies' pitchers, are said to have o,ult
organized baseball to Join the I'rank
lln, Pa., Independent club.
The lloston Athletic association
wants Its annual Marathon on Patri
ots' day made the ollldal trial for the
Amerlcnn Olympic team.
Pennsylvania has ten football games
on her schedule next fall, Including
tho umiiiI game with Cornell at Phllu
dolphin on Thanksgiving day.
Camp Dlx, Wiightstown, N. J will
lay out a polo Held Incidental to In
troducing the sport at the big canton
ment. Kqulpmcut has been secured.
Athletes from Chlun, Japan, the
Philippines and other far eastern
countries aro expected to compote nt
tho Miventh modern Olytnpla nt Ant
werp, Hrttnch Klekey recently nnnounced
he had received an offer of $70,000 for
Iloger Hornsby. Now Itogor declaivH
ho wants more money to play next
SPEEDY ICE YACHTS
Ice Yachting Is Great Winter Sport In New Jersey.
Two of the speediest Ice yachts racing on tho Shrewsbury off Ited Bnnk,
N. J. With the Shrewsbury frozen over hard and fust, there Is Joy In the
hearts of thoo who live the year round with tho sole purpose of Ico yuchtlng
when tho time N rigid.
ANSON MADE VICTIM
OF ODD TRICK PLAY
Gore Got Even With Old Boss for
Performance, Engineered by Center
fielder and Buck Ewlng, Stood Out
as One of Smartest Pieces
of Strategy at Time.
.There have been ninny freak nml
tricky plnys hi baseball, hut there was
one engineered years ago by the late
lluck 12wing and (leorge (lore, two
popular (Hants of the early eighties,
lu which Pop Anson, the famous old
leader of the Chicago White Stockings,
fell a victim. The play took place on
the old Polo grounds, then located nt
One Hundred and Tenth street nml
I'lfth avenue. The performance
stood out as one of the smartest pieces
of buseball strategy lit that time, (lore
had been let out by Anson, nml, while
he did not object to pla.vlng with
tho (Hunts, he looked upon his trans
fer as a icltccthm on his pla.vlng
and so was delernilned to get even
with his old boss. Ho never over
looked u chance when one presented
In the game In which this freaky
piny was made the score was even nt
two all. Anson led oft' in the sixth
Inning with a twoba-e hit along the
tlilril-l'ii"-,. Hue mid then proceeded to
lake it long lead off second. Pf offer
was the nevt batter, anil i he was
a imMiral left-Held hitter, the otitllehl
was drawn way over In that direction,
the right llehler being almost at tho
center Held position, while f!nre in
center was drawn well lu almost back
of the Inlleld, the left llehler. of course,
playing his Held very deep.
That was the situation as Anse
hopped about between second and
third, anxious to get off with the
crack of the bat. And tight here is
where the cunning (lore nml the brll
Hunt llwlng worked the cruel (rick
on the Chicago boss. The coachers
were bellowing Instructions to Anson,
but for some reason or other never
noticed that Uoro was creeping closer
nml closer to tho Inlleld with every
move of tho pitcher.
Then, nil of a Midden, with the sig
nals working In absolute harmony,
ttore wns seen to race directly to tho
second base, and I2wing, having start
ed hi? throw tho moment floro raced
toward the base, the big Chicago cap
tain was trapped. lOw lug's throw was
n perfect one, and us the astonished
Anso plunged toward tho base, there
was (lore waiting for li:u. wllh the
The whole thing happened so fast
lint many of the spectators missed
the piny, hut when It dawned upon
them that Anson hnd been thrown out
at bcoiid biiMi and that tho center
llcloer had taken the throw, they gave
Anse a great Jolly. Of course, (lore
wiih the happiest man In the hall park,
for he squared accounts vith his old
RACE ON SHREWSBURY
COACH WILLIAMS IS SIGNED
Mlnneoota Mentor to Receive Salary
of $5,C00 Per Year To Have
Strong 1020 Team.
Dr. II. L. Williams, bend conch of
the University of Minnesota football
eleven, has signed u now contrnct at
a salary said to he M.OOO n year. Uni
versity olllcluls authorized the state-
Coach H. L. Williams.
ment th.t his salary will be Si, .100
more than he rec.-lved In HUH. Wll
Hams will have a strong array of
etei-.nis in his u co squad.
STADIUM TRACK AT ANTWERP
It lo 410 Meters In Circumference,
About 25 Feet Over Quarter-Mlle
to the Lap.
The Atitweip stadium track, where
the Olympic games are to bo held next
year, Is 110 meters lu circumference,
uhoiit twetity-Hvo feet over u quarier.
mile to tho hip. lu width it Is twelve
motors, tieaily forty feet. It will ho
possible for twelve men to run In
heats lu tho spnnts. Tho straight
away In front of the tribune Is 1l")
meters. The swimming pool Is 100
meters long, nearly 110 j ards.
PLANS INTERNATIONAL RACE
Chicago Yacht Club Seeks Contest
With Royal Canadian Yacht Club
The Chicago Yacht club plans an
International race with the Hoyal Ca
nadian Yacht club of Toronto. The
start of the war In mil prevented tho
Chicago challenging jacht Valiant try
Ing to win hack the Yacht llaclng
Union troph.v, won by tho Patricia In
Chicago In 1U1L'.
WORE KID GLOVES ON BASES
Roy Thomas, Former Big League Out
fielder, Will Not De Retained by
Hoy Thomas, who for years was
one of the I ling otitllehlers of tho
National league, will not bu retained
as comb of the University of Penn
sylvanla Iuim-IuiII squad. When with
the Phillies Thomas used to wear kid
gloves while running bases.
NAVY ELEVEN TO PLAY f
AT PRINCETON IN 1920
Dellnlto announcement Is
made Hint the Navy footbnll
team will meet Princeton next
season, the contest to ho staged
nt Princeton. Tho arrangement,
which cnrrles with n return
gnme In 1021, has received the
sanction of Secretary of tin