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I Tex Rickard May
in Wrestling Game
Noted Promoter Eager to Put Game on Par With Other
Clean Sports; Would Do Away With Frame-ups Which
Have Ruled in Mat Matches in U. S.
j By H C. HAMILTON.
' j Internationa News Service Staff Cor-
jfl j respondent.
IH NEW YORK Sept 16 Tex Rlck-
Lajfl ard started out a short time ago '
H become R wrestling U well as n box-
JrM Ing promoter. He hadn't Riven up
all bope. yet, but his first experience
with the triumvirate which claims to
juggle the heavyweight championship
' - of the world bptween them brought
about some surprises for Whlcb Tea
IJV wasn't prepared
i While waiting for the New York
State Basing Commission to get itself
appointed and get down to the busi
ness for which It was Intended Tex
W found time heavy on his hands anil
th r-n. of Madison .Square Garden
keeping tixht up with the parade of
other expense, so he decided he would
a iJB try some wrestlinjc Forthwith he
CajMp penned a telegrorn to Joe Stecher, and
V asked him how he would like lo meet
i. Marin Flestlnn, who isn't a membei
of the wrestling syndicate, In Madi
son Square Garden
Jk The guarantee was first class and
,,1 there were Inducements that would
make even the ordinary wrestler pon-
WjuM , der for a while before lie refused to
---yfHl ' acoept, but Btccher wanted nothing
ir to do with It. Whether h, liked th
m match with Plestlna has little to do
jjjstJm with the question. He simply wired
Insfl back to Rickard that he wouldn't con-
WjM elder the match and didn't rani to
tJH be bothered In the future bv SUggCB-
LJTB liv e telegrams. That ended the Rlck-
iH ard wrestling venture for the tlnv
jKM being, but the Intrepid promoter ntill
has an idea he will break Into thai
I game as well us he did into boxing.
, K It Tex reall wants to start some-
thing In wrestling It might be a good
SI lda for him to hegln with Karl Cad-
dock, who held the world's title be
H foro he went overseas with the A E.
SPEED BOAT MAKES
B NEW WORLD RECORD
9 IN MOTOR TRIALS
DETROIT Bept -Another speed
. record for hydroplane was
t Gar Wood, driving his Mis Amer-
yWL Ictory In the i.ne ml h n.-
,gBMK"t" pionshlp trials for die Bake George
BBej trophy, conoludlnc event of the goia
cup regatta here.
,W An official speed Of 85 miles an
(H hour was attained in one Of the s'
I one miie aasnes in one mai wnicn
had to be thrown out because only
three of the six watches caught hi;
time. Wood was clocked at "8.9 1
miles an hour His average time for
the six dashes was 76.73 miles an
In the one mile trials for express
cruisers. Miss Nassau of Cleveland
yacht club made the best mark, attain
ing a speed of BO. 4 6 miles an hour In
one dash and an average of 48 91 for
In the one mile trials for displace
ment Hocks with stock marine motors
for a trophy offered bj Morris Rosen
fold of New York, Rainbow of thei
Royal Hamilton Yacht club, won with'
an average of 39.48 miles an hour.:
Comanche of Detroit, drivpn b Ed
Bel Ford, scored an average of 37.fi 4
In this event.
: OPEN'S OFFM EG
NEW YORK, Sept. 16. The New
H York boxinc commission and license
jM committee formall opened offn sa
hBL here today and . ihc machinery In
B, motion io revive l.oxlng which has
Jpffcs" ).'-n dormant In New York
since the recall of ihc Frawley law. I
Hf it wag announced that the first '
Hj bout under the new Walker law would
Hi be held In this city between Johnny
W Dundee and Joe Welling It will be
H for 16 rounds to a decision
1 F. Caddock was flopped In New York
b) StSChtr Shortly afterward, but
Gene Melady. of Omaha, manager of
! the Iowa farmer, contends Caddoek
was out of condition and that the
match which "as held In New York,
was not conduct' d according lo rules
supposed to govern the sport but In
stead to custom which prevails In
New York matches Caddock. h IS id,
defended his title within a reasonable
length of time and only succumbed to
the dread a Issors after he had cx
j huusted himself trjing to stave off dc
' feat Therefore. Mcladv claims. Cad
dock still is worlds Champion and
wants to meet all comers He didn't
Include riestlna in his statement but
In- nik'ht be Induoed to take on that
; gentleman along with the Lewls
; Zbysiko-Stecher layout.
Of. course, Caddock Isn t champion
of the world. He agreed to meet
Stecher in a one-fall finish match.
Stecher won the fall, which made him
, wlnnei of the match, and, as Cad
dock was worlds champion Stech
er Immediately became his successor.
Caddock defeated Stecher when the
latter was world s champion In a
match at Omaha. Stecher won one
fall and Caddoek won another Cad
lot U claimed another fall, but the ref
eree refused to allow it and during
the hubbub both wrestlers retired to
their dressing rooms. Caddoek
emerged, prepared to accept the ref
eree's decision and to take on Stecher
In the finish of the match Stecher.
however, declined to come out aaain
and forfeited the match tocclher With
the championship. Stecher later plead
ed thnt he was out of condition, which
Is precisely the plea that Is being j
made for Caddock
No doubt this pair will come to- j
Kether again, but Rickard may be suc
cessful In letting a few of the other !
heavlea hav uj chance to win s championship.
EYES OF WORLD
NEW YMRK, Sept. 10. The eves I
of the baseball world turned toward
Bbbet'g field today where Brooklyn
and Cincinnati clash In the first of the
Serb of three gam's that will have
an Important beariwc on '.he outcome
of the pennant rri'-e In the National
Brooklyn, now lending the league by
a comfortable margin, has 12 more
Karnes lo Play If the Superba break
even in these contests they will finish ,
the season with 9i victories and 8
defeats. Cincinnati the runners-Up, t
nose out Brooklyn under these cohdl-j
Hone, would have to capture 1 ." of Its'
I games, while the Giants would hae
to win 1 . out of tlv 17 games.
The fluctuating, feverish race for
first honors In the American league
also held 'he close attention of fan-,
dom New York leading slightly, has,
13 more games to play. Cleveland has
17 and Chicago 14.
CHICAGO. Sept. 16 The first game
of the football series between Ghleago
and Princeton will be played at
Princeton October 22. 10S1, Coach
Stage, of the University of Chicago,
COLUMBUS, (. Sept IB. George
Sergeant, professional at the Scioto
country club here, and Mike Brady of
the Oakland Hills club of Detroit, de
feated the British golfers. Harry V.n
don and Ted Rm, today 2 and 1.
MONTREAL Sept. 16.6 Joe Bteoh
er. American wrestling c humpion, and
Wladek Zbyssko, of Poland, went to
a draw In a (wo-hour match tonight.
IS SP?KT CHATTER
IV By VARDEN
J The couches' meeting, which wati
j scheduled for Ogdon, has been trans-
j ferrcd to Salt Lake, according to an
announcement made today by James
H Moss, president of the High school
j athletic association for Utah. The
schedules and rules for the coming
B season will b ndopted at the meeting
I to be held at the De?ert jrvmnasium
" Saturday afternoon
. I&gr ' '
Representatives of the Ogdcn High
! school, Weber Normal College, Davis
Jli'h school, Fast and VeKt HlRh
' U i i hools, L. D. S.. Granite. Jordan and
other schools win attend the meeting
I , It Is expected that Gsden will he
placed in the northern division during
the coming season while th other
I teams of the other parts of the state
I 1 will also be placed In divisions Four
jS divisions for the varlOUl teams have
I been proposed and It Is likely that
they will be adopted.
; The duck Mason In Utah win open
' October 1 and will closo December 21
Shooting however, must be confined to
hoUXS between sunrise und sunset The
sunrise hour for October l is
I o'clQCk While the sun will Ml on that
i dale at tJ 1 0 o'clock.
HJ The East High schQO MhlorJ won
ww i he deciding game of the tiat.s serlei
j iterdaj afternoon from the dopho
,5 I mores, JO 10 8, Candaland wus the
1 bright star, scoring three of the foUl
j touchdowns. Darmer made the only
I score for the sophs when he booted
I I I the oal fort yards between the crosi
bars for three points.
i..-- In the second game the Juniors won
J a hotly contested battle from the
H JFreehmsn, 6 to 0. Sutton scored the
'.ouchdown after circling left end for
Prospects for a championship aggre
gation at the East Side took added
pepper yesterday With the return (
Captain Henderson and Livingston
Both men were alNstate eir, Mons last
West High sophomores won the sec (
ond game of the Panther class serlcH
yesterday afternoon, 12 to 7 HsrSOgl
and Abern were th bright IIrK'j
Coach Ott Romney of the Fasi HlKh
yesterday selected his squad for the
coming season The men selected are:
Captain Henderson. Ulngston. Hern.
LeMonti Darmer N'orse, Dnly, wil-'
iiams, Dyer Wullstein, Bynon, Law-
mm, i i button SrnlMi " edhn m, Hag
ej . Van Cott Gardner. Greenwood,
Burrows, Arnason, Pitt Randall
ECump Callahan, Beattlo Romney,
Caffey, Brown, Ran, Jewkes, Do
Wnld, Nation Wright. Roberts. F.
Myers, A Myers Peterson Reod.
ECrlckSon, Beers. B. Sutton, ("andlanu
G. llliams and Rordame
Homer "Pug" Warner, former Og-1
Mi o High and University of Utah itar,
Will as-.l-t Vnd Peterwon at coaching
the l ? giidders during the com
Thomas Skeen and Alien, appear to
be the three bent bets on the Tiger
aggregation for the coming Mason,
The wise owls are already predicting
great IhinKS for these three m-n
Croft, former Weber star and Grif
fon, s'.ar runner of the linden Timers
h.ie enrolled at the I tab Akk ir lair
at Logan. Both men should be main !
cogs in future competitions for thai
Many Uoungsters Are Measuring
Up To Major League Standards
BY DE N SNYDKR.
Big league scouts Rathcrod In some
choice bits of 'ivory from the bushel
last foil and sprinp
And these recruits make the base
ball mare fto
If the major leagues did not hae
1 1 he artery of youth on which to d
Ijxnd they would soon be on crutches.
This Ivory" material is .in Interest
ing thing to look ovei In the. fall to
sei what per cent of them had the
Some have turned out lo be real
gold, some are mediocre, and otlvrs
are perhaps but a flash In the pin.
tbout seventy Noungsters. who cams
late last fall or early this sprinp have
.proved their caliber.
BOB HITS 'KM
Among thes? some of tliem stand
out from the rest
I To the New York Tankeea goes the
,honor of prodin Ing the season s best
find of either leajjue. perhaps- He Is
the lanky Bob Mcusel, the liome-iun
Litter of the Pacific Coast league last
I Meusel has a battlnK eye like Babe
'lluth He has the power in his arms
land shoulders to bounce the pelli ' off
the wall. He is younfr enough to lm
j prove. This year he has hit over .350.
j His confidence Is 100 per cent. Mob's
not a finished fielder by any means
yet. In fact, he haa Just gotten bade
, i n the gome after a month's disciplin
ing on ihe bench for Indifferent field
ing. He ouirht to be cured now.
PRISOR is STAR.
In the N'ationnl league the bright
est shining young star belongs to the
Giants. ) risen seemed to be the plac
ing soul that started the New York
club up from the bottom until the wise
ones are now picking them to cop the
And Prison didn't cost New York a
penny- They wouldn t sell him now for
i u o . i i When he was away for six
weeks the Giants floundered His re
appearance In the lineup at third act
d like a hypodermic.
The Giants developed another live,
one In big George Kei George was
a greenhorn early this season The
l'olo ground fans nearlj laughed him
tut or baseball, but he en nit back be
cause he hus a great heart. Now he's
one of tin most popular first base
no n in the lleydler circuit
The Pirates have produced a crack
first baseman, too. In Grimm lie
doaen'l sock Hie ball so hard, but he
bin league fielder all right.
"f the National league recruits
Pitchers Jess Haines of the Cauls and
.'rhn Watson of the Braves ar cut
ting the mustard
W 1RD Is BRXId ANT.
In the American league t i e j n are
lilte n String Who hav e . orne throiipli
besides .Mens. Young Aaron Ward
C'f the Yankees has solved the absence
of Frank Baker nt thud Word hnsn t
an equal as a fielder, possibly.
Clark Griffith s ou.ig infleldcrS,
Karris. n'N'elll :.nd Ellerbe, arr 6lS8S
players. Connie Mack s piu Iiiiik s'af'i
U now the talk of big-time dopei
Rommell, Keefe. Harris. Moore and
Smith Hurls Shutout for
League Leaders; Reds Win
Ciose Tilt From Phillies
W. L. Pet.
Frooklyn 84 58 .591:
Cincinnati "6 59 .6&f
I New York 76 61 .650
P!ttsburic 71 64 .620
, Chicago 68 .480
Bt, Louis 64 7 4 4.
I Boston . Tfi .420
, Philadelphia 64 83 355
At Boston (hirst game) Pittsburg
IS, Boston 1 (Second game) PlltsburK
I . Boston 4
At Philadelphia Cincinnati 3. Phil
At Brooklyn Chicago 0, Brboklvn
No other games scheduled
St. Louis at Boston
Cincinnati at Brookbn
Pittsburg at New York,
Chicago at Philadelphia
BROOKLYN, Sept. 16 Smith
pitched hla second succeesive shutout
In a week yesterday when he blanked
the Chicago Nationals, 1 to 0. and fur
ther strengthened Brooklyn's hold on I
the National learue pennant.
Qrlffitb prevented a tic In the ninth
when he made I sensational back-j
lmnded running catch of O'Farrell's
line drive In deep center.
Score: R. II. F. I
Chicago 0 8 61
Brooklyn 1 6 0
Batteries Martin and O'Fnrrell.l
Smith and Miller
FTOSTON. Sept. 16. Pittsburg closed j
Its wiiMun In Boston yesterday by win
ning the first gam! of a doublehead
er, 2 to 1 and lpslng the second 4 tol
Orlmm's triple scored Pittsburg's
tuns In the first contest, and Holke'a
triple broke up the second
Score: R. II F
I'lttsburg. ...2 ti 0
Boston 1 t l
Batteries Cooper and Henneget
MoQulnlini 8cott and Howdy
Score: R, H BS
Pittsburg 1 8 0
Boston 0 0
Batteries CarlSOh, JClun and
Schmldl. I'llllngham and OOwdy,
PHILADELPHIA, sept. i pint In
na'.l solved Meadows In om Inning
terdaj bsatlng Philadelphia In th
final gama of the series 3 to 2
Luque struck out nine local playera
and pitched himself out of several
Two Jumping catches by Duncan J
ONE OF SEASON'S BEST FINDS
Blgbee will do some big things next'
Pitchers Davis and Bayne have help
id the Browns. Rip Collin works ef-
fectlvely for the Yankees, ult hough h
b.sd but one year of minor league I X
perlence before this season. Bob I'l.n k
of the Indian should te :i first -String
pitcher nexj ve.u Wallci kfalla has
Just joined Cleveytnd His reputation;
ns a southpaw listens good.
N l now BIG
outfielder F Walker has been a big
factor to the Athletics' bite Improve-
Won Lost I'ct.
Vernon I3 7 4 .657
Salt Iike 87 75 .537
Los Angeles 89 77 .636
San Francisco 86 SO .5 IS
Seattle 82 80 .506
Oakland 81 8S 47'J
Portland 72 87 .463
.Sacramento 68 S7 .412
esterdaj 'a Rearalta,
Salt Lake 4. Seattle 1.
Oakland 3. San Francisco 0.
Los Angelas 2, Vernon 1.
I Portland 1.. Sacramento 0.
Angels Again Win
From Tiger Crew
j LOS ANGELES. Sept. 16. The An
gels again wi.n from the Tigers here
I yesterday the count being 2 to 1. Ver-
non's lone tally came In the ninth In-
R. 11 F.
1 Vernon 1 6 1
Los Angeles 2 6 0
Batteries: hellcnbach and Dc-
Vormer. Keu: ig and Baesler.
Kremer Allows Seals
But Two Hits-Oaks Win
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. -16. Three
runs In the first Inning here yester
day gave Oakland their first victory
of the week over the seals, the score
being I to 0 Kremer allowed the
Seals hut two hits.
R. II. F
Oakland 8 6 0
San Francisco 0 2 0
Batteries: Kremer and Mltze, Lew
is, Jordan, Cole and T. Yelle.
Bees Take Opening
Game From Seattle
SEATTLE. Sept. 16. Seattle lost
the opening game to the Bees hero
yesterday i ',, 1 Cullop on the slab
for the Bees twi:!..; gill edge ball,
holding the locals to hut fdUr hits.
Hanger. oUtfiedsr, joined the Be a
R. II. IS.
Salt Bake 4 r I
Seattle I 4 1
Batteries; Cullop and Ryler; Schorr,
Sweencv iiml Baldwin.
robbed Bawling! of home runs
Score: it. n E 1
Cincinnati 1 1 2 I
Philadelphia I ' 2
Batteries LuO.ua and Wlngo; Mea
dows, Belts and Wheat. '
in. nt. Babe Plnelll at third '1.1s bi lght
fnee up the Hgers. Frank Browcr has
s 1 c ngllvucil the Washington club
v itb bis big bat. 'I
These are Juxt a few of the youna
ati rs in both organisations that have
shown the color expected of them
when the BCOlStS grabbed them.
Next vc:ir Ibe crop of "Ivorv - will
be still larger. Already nearly 100:
fnlnor leaguers and college stars huvc!
.New blood keeps Bins guessing and
puts the color Into the game.
INDIANS CLOUT "
Win Final Game of Season
From Philadelphia With 14
to 0 Score Recorded
W. L. Pet.
'New York R i:; .62
'lev, land 85 52 .62"
'Chicago 86 65 .607
(St. Louis 68 68 .500
I Boston ... .' . .66 74 .472
Washington 61 72 .359
Detroit 53 xi .387
Philadelphia 45 ?3 32
At St. Louis Boston 5, St. Louis IS
At Cleveland Philadelphia !. Cleve
No other games scheduled.
Todai 'i Bchednli
New York at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Boston at I 'etroll.
Washington at Cleveland.
CLFVFLAND. Sepr. 16. Cleveland
wound up its serlea with the Athletics
I yesterday b winning 14 to 0. The In
Idlans got twenty-two hits.
The game was o"- automatically
transferred to Cleveland when rain
prevented play n the last day the
Cleveland team visited Philadelphia.
Score: H H K.
Philadelphia 0 3 1
Cleveland 14 22 2
Batteries Moore. Keofe and Pcr
Klns; Bagby and Nunamaker
ST LOUIS, Sept. 16. St. Louis battel-,
fattened their averages ycsterdnv
'at the expense f Karr and Ho.vt, coi-
lectlng twenty-two hits fr an 18 to
5 victory over Boston.
Score: R. H E.
Boston 5 10 1
Si Louis 18 22 1
BiitB-rles Karr, Hoyt and Schang
Wcllman and t'olllns.
Timely Hitting Aids
I Beavers in Victory
PORTLAND, Bepl 16. Timely lilt-1
ling enabled the locals to win the first
game of the itorlei from the Senators
here yesterday j t' 0 Boss twirled
first rale ball (or the locills.
R. 11. B,
Sarramento 0 ' 2
Portland 6 8 1
Batteries Penner and Cady; Boss
and Koelllt i".
I N FINN W I
ENID, Ok la., sejit. IB. Enid today
won the Western Association pennant
li defl ating Okmulgee in the seventh!
SMUne of their championship series.!
The 6coiu was 3 to it '
, i, j
Fighters Must Learn
Value of Power Punch
By PAUL BREWSTER, ,
Interna tional News Service Special
J 'XI i i. Fept 16- III. time that
our young boxers developed an appro
elation of the power of S punch
' For many years It has been a gos '
pel in British boxing circles that it Is
cleverness which winx. In a measure'
that is true, but there remains the
fact that ne punch that IS hard i
enough and delivered m the right I
place will by lis effectiveness morel
than counterbalance all the scientific
scoring of points which might have
been accomplished by the receiver of.
that ''Ig hit In ths preceding rounds."
Thus writes "Corinthian," a welli
known English .porting writer In the'
The ,-nme sentiment is being echoed
by other sporting writers in London
newspapers. Even the good old con
servatlve. straight -luced papcrt; which
are read by commuters In first class
railroad compartments on their way
to London have taken this subject
Their style in dealing with boxing
Is somewhat heavy, but It suit'- tin
mentality of the upper crust of Eng
lish society who take the manly art
of self-defense Quite seriously. The
general opinion gleaned from the Lon
don newspapers Is that the English
are waking up to the fact that In de
I veioptng their scientific and clever
si rappers they have overlooked the
fa t that an English pug has to pack
a haymaker to gi t away with any of
the titles which are held bv Ameri
cans. Freddy Welsh is an example of this
school of British boxers It Is to be
remembered that Freddy could step
backward around the ring about twice
as fast as the average fighter couM
I step forward.
A certain London newspaper consid
ered quite "low brow' declare that
Tennis Stars Named
For Foreign Games
PORT NEW YORK, Sept 16.
Pinal official announcement of its se-
t lections for the American tennis team.
to parti. I pate in tne Davis 1 up matches!
ln Auckland. New1 Zealand. In Decein
' her was made tonight by the 1'nlted;
I States Lawn Tennis association,;
'through George T, Adee. former presl-
1 dent and member of the Davis cup
I committee. William T. Tilden II.
I world's Mingles champion, Wm M I
Johnston, b. n. llliams II, and B im
uel Hardy, captain, comprises the
I Mr Adc said that Charles S. Gai -1
ad of Pittsburg, who was a member
of the American team in England, bad
ben announced a member of the
challenge team through error.
SHIPMENTS OF DUCKS
PROBED BY U. S. WARDENS
NEW YORK, Bept. II. Federal in-
estlgatinn of the shipment to New
ork City of ducks shot upon the
Georgetown, S. C. estate of Bernard
j.M. Iiaruch. former chairman of the
war Industrial board, in alleged viola
tion of federal game laws, is being
I conducted b Fnlted States officials.
The Investigation, according to Mr.
Baruch, Involves the number of ducks
I ipped The law. he said, limits the
number to fifty a person and ho be
lieved it was "claimed there were 21
"There was no shipment of birds
oui of season.'' he said, "There seem-
,ed to be a misunderstanding."
I Mi. Baruch explained that the date
When the shipments under investiga
tion were made was a 'year or so"
ago. It was necessary in making shlp
Iments, he said, to go "three and a
jhalf or four miles across tne bay "
Ducks shipped by hts friends he
s. id, may have been sent by the same
I man who made shipments for him.
lei ding game wardens to the conclu
sion that all were his.
FORTY STARS REPORT
FOR PRACTICE AT CHI
I CHICAGO Sept 16 Korl candl
' dates turned out today for football
practice at Stagg field to take up pre
liminary work toward producing this
year's eleven to represent the Univer
sity of Chicago in the western confer
ence clashes Coach Alonzo Stagg
opened his twenty-ninth season with
YOt KEEP IT.'
I BENTON HARBOR When .lack
Dempaey stepped on the train here
after his championship fluht Promoter
1 Floyd Fitsalmmons asked him what he
should do with his $12,000 motor car.
i'lCeep it." said Jack, and he swung
the English boxers are too "ladylike '
for the American and French bruiser". I
The trouble lies, this paper urges, in
the English system of scoring on I
polnt ami not on the damage don" 1
unless there is a knockout. As soon
as this Is changed there will be a ncu 1
gem ration of Englishmen In tpe I
squared i Ircle who will fight and not 1
Thi. statement la substantiated by I
a number of international bouts held
during the past year In which En
glish scrappers have been walloped
Joe Beckett says that he was Jti-'t, H
fei ling Georges Carp en tier out when
thi Frenchman hit him Maybe bo, L
bii 1 HeorgcM didn't ir to score ;i J
point. He Just hit HI say he did JH
Johnny Basham, the British welter- I
weight champion, Is .1 clever leather F,
pusher, but he did not stand a t han' g it
with Kid Lewis with his experience In
j the American ring Lewis probably i
I loet On points In the majority 0?
rounds, but he damaged Johnny ha
badly that his seconds had to throw
the towel In to save thlr man from
1 being cut to ribbons. Basham hj P
plenty of stamina also, but he hasn't
the kayo wallop In his make-up.
Charles Ledoux, the French ban
tan. weight champion, made short H
work of Jimmy Hlglns, the British H
hamp, yet Joe Lynch bent the Prench- J
Arthur Wyns, the Belgian feather- H
wflghl champion, made such a mess H
; of Mike Honeyman. the British champ, '
' that they had to stop the contest to
save the use of a putty knife and
blotter in removing the Englishman PJ
from the ring. Wyns never bother l
about boxing, but went after his man '
In good old one-round style that w,is H
I surprising, coming as it were from 1 H
bruiser from Belgium.
WOMEN TO SETTLE 1
NET TITLE TODAY
1 PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 16. The IH
i fourth round in the woman's national
tennis tournament at the Philadelphia j
Cricket club today brought together BBBBI
some of the best players In the coun-
The match between Mis Prank- H
fin Maflory, former national champion.
land Miss Eleanor Tennant. the sol"
surviving California representative IH
! was expected to be the feature of the H
GOLF STARS CHOSEN
FOR EASTERN TILTS I
CHICAGO. Sept. 16. Miss Alexa H
'Sterling! Atlanta Miss Dorlen Kavan- 1
augh, Lo Angeles, and Mrs. Fred C.
Letts, Jr.. Chicago, western woman VH
golf champion, were named today
among others for the western team III H
! the east-west clash to be played at H
'Cleveland on either September u or 1
DEX IDlNi. , MF.s.
t'HICAGii. 16. A three-game H
series that big part in de- JH
Cldlng the American league pennant iH
race, opened here todav when ih-
fhlcago Whit' Sov the New York H
Yankees. In addition. "Babe" Ruth. H
New York's namplon home-run hit- 'BH
ter. was seeking a chance to knock
out his fiftieth circuit drive. iH
Big ( rovvds were expected b baso-
ball men each of the games because
of the double attraction The White , H
entered todays contest with a fgH
record of only eight games won out H
of the last 19 played. Tick Kerr, left H
to pitch for Chi- H
cago against Jack Qulnn
A bras.- band of 15 pt?ces acconV iPBH
! panted Ruth. The band is from St.
; Marv's Industrial school at Baltimore. H
where Ruth spent several years. H
PORTLAND. ore.. Sept. 15
I Johnnv Hillman of Minneapolis, and H
Alex Trambitas, Portland, welter' H
weights, fought a ten-round draw here H
tonight Trambitas ued his left to f
on m in nesota H
lu the last three rounds Tillman wai H
ths aggressor, Both lads fell to th H
the final round. H
Frankie Murphy of Denver won H
decision over Frankie Jones of San H
Francisco in eight rounds. H
un 11 ELL WINs
PORT WoRTH. Texas, Sept. 15.-7"
RitOhls Mitchell of Milwaukee defeat- 1
d Jlmmle Hanlon of Denver deefs
Ivsly In their 12-round bout tonight. H
according to sport writers Mitchell H
took the last eleven rounds by a wide H
m.ugin, administering a severe beatlng
to his opponent. The men are light- 1
.MILWAPKEE. Wis Sept. H Bob;
Moha of Milwaukee, outclassed Jack
Herrlck of Kulinvizoo Mich , in a ten. pH
I round bout here tonight according to
A dollar here a dollar thre.
It costs a lot to live,
No wonder players like nine games
Which the world series give.
Players are onlv human beings.
Just like you and I:
They care no more for shekels
Than for their good right eye.
The world series Jack this year is
M.ing to eclipse a few records, like
Man o War. Babe Ruth and a few
others have done.
tocording to the present data there
iii bs a nine-game series this fall and
thS liSS of the lnriow will be limited
only bv the capacity of the parks
The boys used to make enough out
.jt h series of seven games to buy a
new farm in Kutisaa and a foreign?
make motoi car or two, but with nine
;.;mes the old tin will roll in like a
Galveston tidal wave.
In I'.HS each player on tin- Boston
Red SOX, world Merles Winners, cashed
i hecks for $1101 .l. and the Cubs
took ?671 09
List fall the Beds rang th Indi
vidual cash register for 14881.58 and
the White box got 1 32 64 . 3 7, w hue
players on the tennis finishing sceoftjl '
in each league look an even $800 IH
the third place fellows $530 per. .
The tentative lato for the opening
Of the shekel harvest this fall la Octo
ber f tWO -lavs after the close of the ' BBBJ
major leagues' season. B
The remaining games of the sched
Ml. no .in more LhSU lust winning the
pi nnanl for the three nck-and-nock
teams in both circuits. BH
The dollar Incentive has stiffened the
hone of many ball players it haV
I made a Wishbone function instead 01' BBH
behiK ornamental, many times.
I Few people believe that a ball
player Is worth the princely salary be BH
I receives but that hasn't anvthlng to .
do with the natural daaire to park one pBH
;-ef on a hard bonid every afternoon BH
Willis 'be team is at home. PH
' More tower to the boys In the pro- pBB
fission. Baseball Is a business. Just
I because it happens to be paying rich BH
dividends Is incidental. BBI
' ' '
I i ne Ainencan Yoiks must nave tnr pBI
I appointed places to explode thlr en-
thusiasm In and it might as well bs BBI
the ball park as the eoap-box.