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I 12 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920.
ITIGERS TO PLAY
IN ZIQN FRIDAY
Locals Will Clash With East
Side Gridiron Ma
chine What piri promise of hems; the
best grid game of in year In the m-terseholasti-
.'lass will be staged at
Salt lakc nct Fridaj afternoon when
the fast Kasl high school eleven
clashes against the gdcn high school
Tigers Thus far this season the Leo
pards have defeated all comers and
ftaVC totalled more than 200 points In
three games played. Although the
f.eopards were scored on l the Logan
high school aggregation, they have
been termed invincible In all sections
5t the west.
Coach mi Romney has one of the
glassiest elevens in the history of the
gfame In this state in hign school class
and while his aggregation will have to1
Step to beat tlx-- record madelm KT'
ol 560 points to H Is expected that
the team will total more than 600 1
points during the Beason.
They mei'and defeated Granite in
to 0 last week, a team which held the
(gden Tigers to score.
In Henderson. Liinj i:nl.eris.
Mvaer and Smith. Coach Romnej has
five of the i. est high school grlddersi
that ever donned the t..g in ihi slate
any other western state. The team
Will average about 155 pounds this BCa
sbn but speed Is the big asset of the
pi rfect roai hine.
End runs and forward passes will
no doubt be used against the Tiger
it the coming contest and Coach Carl
I'ei.rson of the Tigers is building a
defense for his aggregation a gams'
these powerful attack-, which have
l.een administered by the Leopards
With class galore In the games thus
far pi n ed 1 Itls seasi n.
Captain Ellison Skeen of the Tigers,
who was injured In 'tie contest lai
week, will be back i.t uniform this
week. His preeenc" in Tiger togs Olli
adil Increased pepper to the local ag
grcgalion. Skeen is one of the best
backs In the state and should be one
d the main factors In lh coming con
test. Thom.-s m quarterback. Allen the
Doxey brothers, smith ami other mem
bers of the Tiger eleven are prepared
for a rattling good contest next B i
urday and are out to give the Leo
pards a beating.
It Is expected that at least r.00 stud
e,uis of the Ogflon high school will
make the trip tu Salt Lake i" rot .1
for the Tigers. Arrangements for 1
i special train to carrj the rooter.s to
and from Salt I-uke have been com
pleted according to Manager Frank
IRUBIEN TO FILE
- Frederick W. Ruhlen, secretary
treasurer of the Amateur Athletic
union has resented the charges made
bj members of the Amen.-. in Olympic
team that they are "treated M e dogs. '
and has informed the American Olym
pic committee he will have something
interesting to say on the subject when (
the proper time arrives. It Is under
stood Rub. en w;b fib- ' ; - against
a number of the American athletes
for shootSnc; eraps with various mem
bers of the ships crew going to Ant
werp, and against others for break
ing training while abroad. lr Ru
bier) contends that Frank Fosa was the
best behaved member of the Ameri
STOKES REFUSES TO
SELL PETER VOLO
iPsCer Volo. world s champion t, 9
and 1 year old trotter will probably
remain the property of W. K. D.
Stokes for some time. The horse whs
put up at auction in Lexington ten
days am and there was lively interest
in him until i; was announced the
owner WOUld rt lain him unless ho
brought 3S.00" or more. The bidding
sprrived until lib. 000 was reached
when it terminated abruptly Hoinc
men believe Peter Volo will succeed
his illustrious sire, peter The Great,
as a sire, but to date he has sired
nothing thai stamps him ..s worth any
where near a record price Stokes Is
retiring from the light harness sport.
I TWO STARS SHOWING
CLASS AT HARVARD i
Coach Fisher, of the Harvard v..r
vjiy fop thai I team. Is pleased wlih Ihe
work of J Tolgert, former University
of Oklahoma player, and Keith Clark,
former University of Colorado player.!
He is u.-ing Tolbert ai tackle and!
I'larke at end, and both have been
starring in the scrimmages. Tolbert. j
Indeed, is slated for all-American lion.;
ors even at this early stage He
weighs 200 pounds and is cspec!all
active. Fisher believes Tolbert will
get more out of the tackle Job than'
any Harvard tackle of the past ten
I FOUR UMPIRES FOR
The employment of a quartet of um
pires in the world's series games may
be an expensive method of insuring ;
fair play, and perhaps the two um-i
plre system could handle the classical
In good shape, but the four man
method will not ' be discontinued if
President John Heydler. of the Nation
al league, has anything to say about
U. president Heydler is so well
pleased with the manner n which the
Brooklyn-Cleveland series was han
dled, he stated after the openinp game
In Brooklyn that the use of four um
pires was the best move ever made- .
I FISTIC PROMOTER LOSES
$10,000 ON MIT CONTEST
Fistic Promoter Tommy McGinty of
fl Cleveland, who proposed staging IX
LLw Benny Leonard-Jack Uritton bout, un-
til Jupe PIuvlus butted in. lust a snuK
"lo.oo 0 on the venture. The bout was
postponed from the night it wrm orl
H ginauy billed for. Rain again visited
H Cleveland on the second night, while
un the third night It was so cold the
H fighters refused to go on McGinty ln-
fl vested more than 15.000 In advertis-
H lng. and bleachers to .-ac nothing of
H the guarantees he had arranged. The
H hout was to have been staged In the
H Cleveland American league ball park.
LssH H WM m&
MAY GO WEST
Games on Coast Being Ne
gotiated by Local
The i igilcn Athletic association's
I snappy grid machine Will in an prtib
tbillt) meet three of the fastest grid'
machines on the coast during the pres
ent season If present plans mature.
!Op Christmas daj the locals are sched
ruled to clash against the Olympic duo
ar Nan Francisco tin New Year's d.i
the team will in all probability meet j
'he Mare Island Marine aggregation
at Pasadena ai a prelim to the ahnual
NegOtttlons were opened l.irl night
by the officials of the local organika
tlon for a contest at Portland during
the present season against the Multno
mah Athletic club which Is regarded
as one of the fastest and best elevens
'in the west of the Independent char-1
I 'lhe locals will also meet the I Sl
I Fast hi"h school a ccr re nation here dur
ing the o resent season, the Utah fresh
men, the Aggies freshmen and other
a ifKrega Cion.
Happy Van Pelt, former UnlVersltj
of L'tah star, will Join the p. A. A. dur
ing the remaining games of the sea
son and will hold flown the right 6nd
position. Van Pelt was rated as one
of the best ends in the game during
ins career al the University of Utah. !
Three other stars of romlnence will
I also he pitted 6n the line of the local
during the remaining games
of the season.
Plans ar now underway for a con
test hero Thanksgiving day net ween
:the A A stars and some first rate ele
ven yet to be named. Fnder the pres-'
ent schedule the Ogden team Willi
pin about nine games dUrlrijgjthe sea-1
Lee Morrissey Chats
With Friends Here
Lee Morrissey, well known In Ogden
boxing circles, was nn gden visitor :
yesterday en route from Idaho Falls to
Yuma. Arizona, where be Is scheduled
to meet Voting Beaver in a twelve
' round contest next week.
Young Beaver I a Mexican and is:
said to be a comer In the mil game.;
iBl i.r reccntl mel and defeated Joci
Rivers, former lightweight champion'
I.ee stated yesterday that he was I
sorry that ;hr recent Scrap between;
klaxon and Keller elided the way It
did, - Qncluding by stating that "frame-
I ups" were hurtljig the game.
MITCHELL TO BE
REPLACED AT CHI
Throughout the National league,
there :eenis to bo hn inclination to,
believe that Fred Mitchell has fin- I
ishtd work as manager of the '
t'hicjigo Cubs, and that he will be
succeeded by Catcher Bill Killifer be-'
fore the pi2i curtain goes up. Kill i - ,
for and Mitchell, according to the I
lope, have not been as friendly dur
ing the last reason us they might '
have been, and n sever? I occasions ;
the catcher is said to have shown
Mitchell's strategy to be quite ama
teurish The lecords of ihe
campaign show ihe Cubs hae suf
ft red much from Injur and illness. 1
but (here are also several instances
of game, lot when but a light
i l,..iuc in policy might have brought !
i victory, Killifer stated r week ago
be did not want the Cub managerial
oo ' '
MOrtAN PLANS TO
SUE BOSTON BOARD
Frank Moran, Pitlshurt; heavy
i weight. Is thinking seriously of in
Stitlltlng stiit for damages against the
(three gentlemen in harge of the box
Ing spoil in Boston The boxing
board ihere recenth refused to issue
a permit for n bout between Ch;im
i pion Jack Dempsey and Moran on the
.ground that Moran was not good
'enough lo oppose the champ Moran
'says the action of the Bay state au
thorities has deprived him of a riurn
ber of engagements, by giving pro
meters in various parts of the coun
try the idea that he was not in ph -steal
condition He places bis lost,
to date al 530,000.
TOLEDO PUTS BAN
ON BOXING TILTS
Toledo stood for oue Dempeey-Wil-laixi
ring content, but she will not
stand lor another, according to word
frnni .:r,rn ninnihcrc rf I lit, rt tdrni
element who tried to slop the contest I
wherein Dempsey won his crown The
recent talk aneni Btaging a second I
meeting between this pair seems to1
!have given the reformers new life
,and lhc are organizing for an at-1
lacs hi case the bout is booked Ad
G. Thatcher, Toledo promoter, dc
dared it as unlikely that VYtllard and
lcinp-e woubl meet again in To
I ledo or any other clt.
PLAYERS SHOULD BE
ALLOWED TO BET, SAYS
MANAGER B. ROBINSON
Manager Robinson of the Dodgers
does not take kindly to the proposed
plan to prevent major ball players
lroui betting on their own team or
on horae races or other events "The
jr, who bets againut his own club
is the real dangerous bird, and the
one who should be trapped, but I
can see no harm in a player plac
ing a small wager on his own team
Te said Robinson sa- he bets on
horae rai es or boxing contests at
everj opportunity and says he de
rives much pleasure from It.
Grave:, of 50,Ot'O French soldiers
who died in the World War are uu
The Winner to Meet Champion Pete Herman By Wood Cowan
vSL LYNCH vs.
paKmi jack SHARKEY S
Job holds a PoPouc -DeoiON GVEfc. champion vJack is a. eoobH MmD punch if P'oMTei.HE luMPec
PfcTE FtHMAM fcOT LOT TO VII UE VN E.N6LAND-. IUT0 FISTIC PkW N CFECTlMt VfltbE AT Mti-WAUK.EE
Probabl ohe Ol the best fights
eer witnessed in all the pugilistic
history of Ihe old Madison Square
Garden was the 15-round bout there
between Joe Lynch and Jack Sharkey
a few weeks back. The Judges dlsa
greed In their decisions, one voting
It a draw while (he other gave It to
Lynch. Pan Referee Bill Brown
called It even, and his word was
The winner of this fighl was to
meet Pete Herman. bantamweight
champion. So Joe and Jack are go-
CARNEY GIVES I
Calling of Ducks Is Essential:
Few Are Able tn Call
Weh Or With Ease
I5 PI I I K p CARNEY.
Whet iter you shoot ducks over de-
coys, in toe bash, jumping or wading;
the call Is very essential Yet of the
great number of men who shoot few
are able to call well or with judement.
It is not necessary tu cultivate many
utffi n nt calls Two or thrccJare
I'or the inland water fowl, mallard,
widgeon leal, grnyduck, spoonbill,
wood-chuck, black-duck, and all nin
I diving ducks, the mallard ami teal
cjII is sufficient, iii tact, U"- milliard
jc.ill alone Is usually enough for all
non -diving ducks.
i'or diving or deep-water ducks, the
blue-bill call will answer, although if
one has also at command the purring
call of the red head. It will greatly
iheip in the day's sport, in shooting
over ordinary waters, where sport Is
ito be had at red heads. blue-bills,
rftroad bills, whistles! butterbllls and
jthe others of th ir lass, most of the
Mucks ill re.-pnnd readil lo the blue
mill or the brood-bill call Blue-bills
jarc great alters and on calm days can
lbs beard hailing cverj passing flock.
1 Sometime.- the blue-bill calls the
jker-i-r-r-r once twlct- and three times,
and occasionally even four times.
I When they are feeding they often
Isound a contented kind of Chuckle
lifhich Is similui to that of the mud
lien when undisturbed.
, 'Sound travels a long way In a Still
i marsh When the call Is loud the
mallard, black-duck and widgeon de
tect easily the fraud culls, therefore,
modulate your voice in a marsh Of
tentimes these wary birds, after rom
jing into a marsh in response to your
call, will settle among your decoys, or
they may alight outside of gun range
land study the decoys to satisfy thcm-
dlsturbed they will then slowly move
towards ihe decoys, feeding and chuck
ling as they swim.
Call to attract the bird's attention
to decoys, then modulate your call,
in a marsh remember the birds can
detect the imitation more easily In
a loud than In muffled call.
I For deep-water birds call louder for
the calling, or else scivc a low chuckle
l ha l they can just he.u
If birds start t circle away,. a few
low calls will often bring tjieni back.
If in open water; ihe birds often will
igo entirely around you to dlscxrvei
i what the Nusplciou bunch of weeds
contains, and at such a lime lie low
and do not try lo keep them In sight
all the while. Your moving will scare
them quicker than anything else. Lie
low, and Stay low. If the birds come
in, do not jump up. Rest just high
enough to clekr vour blind when you
jghoot. Be assured the ducks' eyes are
i on the shore side, for there is where
jthey watch first for danger and any
movement sends them scattering
CORNELL TEAM TAKES
SYRACUSE, N" T., uct. 16. The
cross country invitation run here this
'afternoon was wen by the CorDCll team
'Syracuse was second. Simnionds of
HSyraCUSa, was the Individual winner.
Yale. I'lirtmoutll and I'olumbiu also
I com petted
I lng lo climb thru ihe ropes again
soon to settle their superiority.
For act ion from the flrsi gong, this
bout will go down on record as the
best bet Not ten seconds had
slipped by before (he two were,
standing toe to toe in one of the
fastest slugfests we ever witnessed ,
While Lynch is a clever, fast boxer,,
: he proved Sharks) s -piul at c lose
quarters and had the fans yelling
their heads off all thru the round1
; for Joe is a great lavonte in New
After pummelling each other thru
half the second. Sharkev caught
Ogden High school 7, University of
L'tah freshmen 'Jt.
ogden Alhbtic as.o iation 3'.'. We
ber Normal n.
Ai i olorado Sprincs i olorado col
lee Z. 1'nlverslly of Utah 2.
; At Logan Colorado School of
Mine 3. Utah Agricultural college 27.
At I enver University of Colorado
31. I tenver unl erslty 0-
At Los Angeles Stanford 0, L'ni-
versity of Southern California 10.
At Providence. H. I. Brown 14,
' Al Syracuse. N. Y. Pittsburg 7.:
I At College Park. Mil.-Maryland
i Washington college
t At Cambridge. Mass. Harvard 3S;
! Williams 0
At Princeton. N J. Princeton 3t,
.Washington OncLLas 0.
At lianqver, N IL Dartmouth 27.
ilolv (. ros.s II
Al Ithaca. N". Y. Cornell 60.
At Columbus, O. rhio State 17.:
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania 7.
At West Point. N. Y Army Sft
At Chicago Chicago 11; Wabash o.
Ann Arbor. Mich Michigan 85,
Mi htgan Aggies 0.
At Madison. Wis. Wisconsin .'7.
At Lincoln! Neh. N'olrc Lame 1;
At FJrbana, 111. Illinois 20. Iowa 3.
t Ames, la. Missouri 1 I, Iuw.t
At tirinnell. Ia. Grinnell 43, Wash
ington 1 t
! SALT LAKE CITY', Oct- 16. . I
j Score . R. H E l
lOakland .14 18 2
;Salt Uake 7 10 2,
I Batteries R Arleit. Krause, Alien 1
and I oman. Mitze, Thurston. Prom-'
1 ley. Uaum, Cooper and Byler.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 16.
Score: R, it. B. j
- 'J -i
San l-Yaiiclsco .0 5 1 .
Batteries Demaree and Baldwin:
Scott, McQuaid and Y ll.-
SACRAMENTO, Oct 16.
Score R. H. E. I
, Los Angeles 0 6 l i
Sacramento 7 la -
I Batteries Thomas ;md ll.-gs. Flt
Itery and Cook.
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 16
Score: R. 11. B
Portland 2 8 1
' rnon , 1. 10 "
SattCrleS Loss. Johnson and
Baker; W . Mitchell and Murphy.
OF TICKET SELLING
j The charge has been made that the
Cleveland American League club of
' fldall) were unf llr in their (llstribu
j tlon of tickets for the games played
In the Uhio rvetropolis. There arc In
stances of tickets haing been passed
lout to those connected with other ma
Ijor league elutis and to intimate friends
J of the ClUb Officiate, after Ihe general
publi had been informed the paste
board." were sold out. A number of
complaints were sent to President
I Ban Johnson. i
Lynch on the chin at practically the;
same instant that Joe's fist cm i
bedded iiself (n Jack's left eat
Lynch went down for the count of 1
nine, while Sharkey staggered across
the ring, saving hinuelf by catching
the rope?. Lynch had no more than
regained his feet before Sharkey
floored him a second tune and
I nch was punched so grojigy at ihe
bell that he started for Jack's cor
For the balance of the fighl, how
ever, Lynch redeemed himself enough
to overcome that bad second round
He did more leading, and his left
STANFORD TRIES !
GAME OF RUGBY
The ancient game of rugby is
passing in the United States. Foot
ball is being thoroughly American
Sugby.'s last stronghold was on ihe
Pacific coast. Now cnother college
has abandoned n in favor of the
Vmi itan ' three down and-fnur-to go
A call was sent out for a .Middle
West football expert to give Leland
Stanford a team that could compete
with the best next fall. Last year
ihe coast university tried American
collegiate football in place oi rugby
but the result wasn't ery satlsfac
Walter I). Powell, former Wiscon
sin star and later coach of the West
ern Reserve University eleven at
Cleveland, has taken on the Job.
Powell, who comes from Reeds
burg. Wis , was All Western center
on the lasl conference championship
team the University of Wisconsin
boasted. He Will give the coast play
ers a "Big Ten" brand of football,
which was ground into him by "Big
John Richards and "Germany "
Si hull ?. :md with which he succeeded
in giving Western Jieserve crack
teams up lo ihe time he was called
into tin armj as an athletic director.
On his return from sen Ice last
year Powell was engaged to put
Montana State college on the foot
ball map He succeeded In whip
ping together a team that tied I'ni
verslt Of Montana Now he has
been engaged a director of major
sports at Leland Stanford, with par :
ilculai instructions to Americanize
the old rugbs football team.
TRAIN RUNS AWAY
WITH BALL SLUGGED
BY 'RAILROAD RUTH'
JiiLIKT. HI. Oct.lt? Rmu
1 Hint ' Hal" Kuth the "home run
Kins "Babe" Uerg. local railroad
league player today made n vir-
euit drive when he knocked Ihe
hall into a passing locomotive
n hich sped away with the sphere.
BUSY MIT SEASON
New Jersey boxing promoters are
planning a busy winter season It is
said there will be at least 30 new
clubs organized In different parts of
the stale. Jersey promoters were for
tunate from a cither standpoint
during the summer season, there being
storms on nearly every night on which
it big Show was to be staged.
NO INTENTION TO QUIT
SAYS MILLER HUGGINS
CINCINNATI, uhio, ct. 16 - Millie)
Ejuaeiuai manager of the New York
American league bas- ball club, denied!
here toda the rumor that be had re-j
Signed a- manager of that club. I
have Do intention of quitting. '.' he said 1
jab gave Sharkey a lot of trouble
There was not a round in the whole
bout that was slow, lor Sharkey can
always be depended upon for action.
He is strictly an "in" fighter and
is likely lo tear into his opponent
like a Kansas cyclone at any mo
ment Their next set-to should be a hum
mer. And whoever wins, should he
the next nam am weight champion,
for we believe that either Jack or
Foe can take the measure of Pete
They both hold popular decisions
over the champion.
Rough and Spectacular Game
Seen By 30.000 in Blue
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct. 16 Los
ton college smothered Vale today, SI
to ir. repeating its victory of Jast year
The cam.- u.,s spectacular throughout.
with a crowd of more than 30,000 in j
the Vale bowl. The game was rough.
I Captain Callahan. Aldrich, Kempton.
Fren b and Walker of Yale, and ilca-
'phy and Llstoh of the visitors being
I Vale completed eight forward passesl
I In fourteen attempts
Boston tried ten forward passes.
only two of which were successful.!
I Uoth :adcs were penalized in.mv times.
KI Ns l TOU HLDOW .
I In the firs! period Rodrlck recovered I
;the ball on Frank Kelly's fumble nd
'ran fifty-five yards for a touchdown.
A'ldrlch attempted a field goal but It!
failed Vale mixed line plunges With
forward passes and moved the ball
down the field! Frank Kellj taking it j
OVe I for i touchdown. Aldrich fulled
to kick the goal.
The second period found the teams I
exchanging punts and making small'
galns in midfield
COSTIA' l l MBL1NG
Liston broke through the Vale line'
in the third period, but his sprint
leut .short by a spectacular tackle by
Dllworth Llstoh battered ths Blue
line for substantial gains, getting al
touchdown on a twelve yard plunge. I
When V Kelly muffed a punt. I'rbanj
scooped Up the ball and ran twenty
five yards tor Boston's third touch-1
In Ihe lasl period uiany forward
passes wen t r nil. several of Vale's!
bClrig SUCCCSSful and bringing the ball'
near the boal. I". Kelly carried II
over foi I'tr- seddnd touchdown. Mur-I
phy kicked the goal
fare Position Boston College '
She lin . le .... .ComcrfnrH i
j Uickens It Treat
Into Is G. Kelly
'Callahan t' ). . c Heaphv
Quale rg . Doyle'
lAlackay rt O'Brien
l'ilworth re t... Urban (C)
Konipton qb Kennedy
Aldrich ; - . . .Ihb Liston
IF. Kelly rhli .. Fitzpatrlckj
Wl bb . ,fb Roderick!
Score by periods:
Vale r, 0 0 7 13 1
lioston College ... .7 o 14 0 Si
1 Vale scoring. Touchdowns Kel-1
ly 8; goal from touchdown, Murphy'
(Substitute for Kempton. i
Boston sronns : Touchdowns Hod-1
ii k, l iston. Urban. ioal from tou h
Idowns, FltEpatriok 3. Referee Thorp.
Columbia, (Jmpirei Murphy of Brown
and Thurtier of I'olgate; field Judge
liergln of Princeton: Head linesman
Pendleton of Bpwdoln. Time of pe
riods Fifteen minutes.
TO START MOVEMENT
The Ohio Stale Billiard association
bj planning to rid all btUard parlors
of hangers-on The movement launch
ed by the association has in view the
elevation Ojf ihe game of billiards and
of the business of operating billiard
roonv. The organization will also
devote eon: id- t able money and time
to a project looking toward the aban
donment of the term "pool room." '
TEI RICHARD WILL I
STAR iTEVENTS I
Who Will Be Champion During
1920-21 Seasons Is Heard
From Coast to Coast I
Who will be the king of the wrest- H
"t 1 1 1 r. game the coriuiii : ..ion now that alB
lack Curley is laid up with a nervous t '
affliction? That Is the query that is VH
bothering the grappling tans and the
matmen too. Curley kepi interest in
the mat same at the fever pitch every Bfl
; winter in New York, and while he was
frequently charged with operating the
sporl to suit himself, ihe wrestlers
came to look upon hini as the only
man qualified to handle their game Wm
Willi Stanislaus Zbyszko hurling
hallenges at Champion Joe Steelier
I almost daily, and w ith Earl Caddock
.voi'king out with a view to trying tn jH
j retrieve the crown about the holidays.
Ml looks as though some ImprcssejriO is
(overlooking a bet in not stepping Into
'urlej s ploct in America - metropolis
Curley had planned another Lourna- 1
ment for the coming wilder He made
his plans after Georges Carpentler re
turned to France last spring. It was
j his intention lo interest every heavy
nylghl grappler In the game, and to
rewoi'd the winner of the meet with on WM
opportunity '" clash with Stocher. mm
impion t c her gave hla cnl V
But iate advices from Curley 's home
iio not encourage those who hope to
see htm at the head of the spoil. Al- I
though then Is much improvement In F
Curlcy's condition, h Is said to bi fai I i
'from perfect health ind lust ns fai - J
from being able to handle ths detail I
of ii wrestling tournament such ns he f JJ
i has staged in New Vork on several oc-
i . v Rli hard's hint that he would "t.
conduct some hig wrestling bouts In
Madison Siuure Garden, this season. I
has never been taken seriously by the 1
mut fraternity. Thej declare Rlckard
I Is a ficht promoter and knows nothv
ing ab. t the wrestling sport. Rlckard
gave o.:f his hint soon after he acquired
his lease on Madison Square (";,-rdcn
!nt the fact thai he has m;i.1 nothing
about wrestling since that time is taken
lo indicate that he has either changed
his mind or he has iome to some un
derstand me with Curley. Rlckard has ,
never been nhle to sign Seorges Car- 1
pcntier for a battle, and Curley is a I j
warm personal friend of the French L M
ham pion Perhaps there Is a rcclDrp- Esw
Jenl agreement In the making between
Rlckard aiui Curley.
SEWELL SHINES AT
If ever a youngster broke into the HB
, world's series with plenty of encour- Mr
: agement. Joey Sewell, of the C leveland
Indian.-, is that youngster. For nc.n! IggsHl
one hour prior to the opening game KR a
of the series ai Brooklyn, oei rl every
member of the Cleveland club made it .Mii
bis business to pass out some word.i
j Of good cheer lo ill c one who look gaB
Chapman's place. Speaker was the mmL?
first. Manager Tris took Sewell lo Kl
one side and alter giving Sewell some ggflra
advice, told him he was as good as gEl
any major league shortstop. Slcvo LggH
O'Neill was nexi. and he greatly aug sbsVs
mented Speaker's chat Johnston. BB
Wamb; Joe Wood and Lea N'unaniakeT
were among the others to talk to Sew- BsbB
ell. Speaker said after the game that IgH
he did nol want Sewell to get the ggS
welled head bui-that he feared per- Bal
haps the ' kid might be a little shaky gCfl
getting into the blue ribbon matches Rpl
after about one month's service in B
the big show. Sewell rewarded his ElyfaS
nanager and mates by playing brilliant j
ball in the opener. I
DREYFUSS NOT STRONG
FOR CRIMINAL ACTION V
Barney Dreyfuss. of the rittsbur? Cm V I
.Pirates, is not strong for taking criml- ;
nal action again-t the members of tho '
Chli to White Sox who have confessed
ltd hav ing dealt with the gamblers. Bf&j: '
'Dreyfuss entertains the vij tliat ah i
'solute expulsion from basdvall will be j
sufficient puDihment for the erring 1
players "They can never play the
ame again in organized ball or in the
independents without being forever re- f
minded that thc cheated," said the I
Pirate boss. Dreyfuss adds that he
I would not r.ttemp to stop thei.. from '
playing independent ball because that I'
! Issue would take care of itself.
THORPE WILL ATTEMPT j
TO ESTABLISH SPORTS I
I Indian Jim Thorpe, manager and Bur
I qoach of the Canton. O., professional '
'football team. Is going to attempt to BK i
placi thi professional gridiron game '
I In good repute with the college an-
thoritie Thorpe has sent letters to gggauE
all leading colleges stating that un- K
der no consideration will the Canton B;
teni offer positions to undergraduate tl'
players. Thorpe was Instrumental in ggV
banding the professional teams to- . f I
gether in an association. k Rgau
DODGERS HAVE COPPED A i-
FIVE BASEBALL FLAGS
The winning of the National league
penn.int l. the Brooklyn Dodgers mWry'
makes their fifth flag. vietory in major
league hall. The Dodgers were started Bahli
on April IS. lS'.'O. and won the flag ggaFc!
the first year out. Their next win was
In 1893 and l'.iuo. under Ned llanlon. BeVP
They COpped again in 1916 and then.
Of course. In njn ,ss an institution I
they are now well on their way to i
their SXd birthday. ggnif
WISCONSIN REFUSES '
LICENSE FOR CONTEST ;
Harrj Gre) rittaburg middleweight, 1 I
resents) the Intimation that his pro- gBHls?
posed mntfh with Jack Dempsey jgsnl:
; would not be on the square The box- Hjr
lng "nirnission of the slate of Wis- f 1
Iconsin refused to issue a permit for ;K
the bout, and the principal reason Is ll
hlVl M eh i he fa. thai Grel. I T
was one of Demp.-ey's sparring part- gai
ners tiefore the champ fought Billv Hfl