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I i AL YOUNG TO
Popular Ogden Boxer to Have
Go With Sacramento
Tounr Pnpkc Sacramento nilllei
wh6 win meet ai Foung mi 11k
event of tli" upcnJnu :ini 1 1 1 iiii Wn--.-tt.
ii Athletic i lub, nc.i Thursdaj
B""7 Al Young, the popular Ogdefl Ught-
weight, will have the opportunity for ,
. which hr has longed for seer..l weeks
when he will mix with Young Papke, a
tough boxer from Sacramento. over
the six-round route in the Wase
club arena in the Piffles building I
next Thursday nigh:. Young and thej
roast lad have been selected i 3 Ei.
Downing, club owner, lo iurnislj thej
main t;nt for iie opening i . ri hi h
will include five other fast scraps.
Younk and Papke milled for six
eii'J rounds a few weeks aero in Ball Lake
with the result thai Young was award
od the decision. Now Papke feels that
hf Is fully acclimated and can even
up the scon- In si more rounds.
Young, however, believer if given
another opportunity he can put thej
California lad to sleep and settle the ;
question of supremacy for all time.
With botii lads fe Hug this way, the
battle should furnish the ring foE
J lowers plenty of excitement.
Although Young and Papke will
B hold the stellar position on the open-
ing card, no leys Interest is eing tak
H en In an additional headline even; be-
B iween Jimmy Johns, the (igdefi bi xer,
B and Clair Broxneo, another lad who
H claims California as his home.
H Bronico i
B the Ogden lad is willing to take his
H chances. Broraeo has carved hlmseli
H out an vi ii usual record and his scrap
book shows many knockouts to his
favor over many clever scrappers
throughout the west. The followers of
J Johns, however, know that Johns will
J not back up for the best and feel
ihxl with tho local lad In good trim
H he. Will show Brouico an interesting
"Mysterious" Jimmy Brown, an
other Ogden slugger, will make his
1 reappearance In the squared clr le
1 next Thursday when he will tangle
1 with Battling Jack Daley, Brook-
1 lyn boy. who has appeared In the
SaH Lake arena at various times for
B the past two years. Both these men
H are sluggers and can be depended
H upon for action during every moment
H in the ring. Brown Is now busy daily
H with roar! work and workotfts and Is
H rapidly pettn g bai k Into his oid form.
H For the fourth battle of the cve-
H ning an Ogden lad who has appeared
H in the ring last year In Salt Lnkc, hut
H who desirrs that he bo known In his
H fighting tog3 under a nom -de-plume
H J will hattle with another Salt Lake
H ' Tw0 other fast battles are being ar-
ranged and will b annoum d by Mi
H I Downing within the week
B It is now certain thai the perms
H neht arens in the Bogles' building will
H be completed by next Monday and -
mWM erything will be In readiness for Ike
H opening show Thursday evening at
H 8:30 o'clock. .Mr. Downing said.
f WHITE SOX WILL
I TRAIN IN TEXAS
CHICAGO, Dec 1. The Chicago
H American league baseball club will en-
J deavor to build up its team, torn to
pieces by the loss of seven stars
through the baseball scandal, at Waxa
H hachle. Texas, that tojra having been
H announced today by Secretary Grabi-
ner as the training camp for 1021.
H Manager William GJeason will leave
H for the training camp the first week in
H March and will take about forty men
with him, two-thirds of them being re
cruits purchased at the end of last sea
son or during the winter. Heretofore
the club has eft foi its training camp
H about the middle of March but an ear-
H lier start will be made next spring
H so that Xileason will have a longer
period in which to rebuild the club
CARNEY MADE COACH OF
CORNELL VARSITY NINE
ITHACA. N. Y . Dec. 2 John J.
Carney, of Boston who for the past
ten years has been coach of Phllllps
Kxeter baseball teams, lias been ap
pointed coach of the Cornell varsity
nine to succeed John Henry, Gradu-1
ate-Bfanager Bomeyn Deny announc
ed today Carney, after playing with
the old Washington team and later
with Cleveland and Cincinnati, man
aged the Toledo club In the Western
1 aKUK from 1 S f to I :uH and .(in
cluded bis professional league career
with the Kansas City and Sioux Cltj
I GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. Dec. 1. Joei
H Stecher, heavyweight wrestling cbam-j
i pion, won a handicap wrestling ron-j
H test here tonight, throwing Tom
H Drack, Ketherlands champion, with a
h body BClssora hold in I", minutes and
t H seconds and Joe Sandell, an Italian
vrestler in 23 minutes and 15 secondh
with an arm and body hold. Stecher
4 had agreed to throw both men within
i the limit of two hours or lose the
PILOT OF BEES
Former Phiilie Star Will Handle
Salt Lake 1921 Base
Clifford "Orawy1' Cravath, former
tar InflCldCr of the Philadelphia clubi
of the National league, lias been sign:
led to lead the Salt Lake Bees during
the 1921 Pitclttc coast leagtlo season.
I His signature was annexed to a con
tr...: at Los Angeles yesterday after
noon by President H. Cane of th'
I .Salt E-ako lub,
Cravath succeeds Krnic Johnson asi
pilot for the Hers. Johnson was re
cently 8ohl 10 the Chicago White Bos
for i noal sum and will hold down
the shortfleld position for the comls
key tribe during th corning season.
Cravath is one of thn greatest star.
ever developed In the game and Is ex
pected to pio.r a nianagi-r "i aldlit"
in his new position While In 'he big
show. Cravath never failed to surpass;
the .30" mark with 1h willow. He
i o : . 1 1 1 i I5Q homo rut.-; while In the
lie s al ted his professional career :ik
a meml of the Los Angeles -h:h of
ih tsi !e -: in l !:. Pi v.- years
later he started his first gams In the
majors with the Boston Americana He
latet was transferred to the Phillies
He was a member of tho lutter organ
ization for more than two years
Cravath will start iniiiicdiai-l t-i
mold hU Impi f.r 1921, With Sheely
laud Johnson now members of the
White liosc, "iiT- base and rhort stoj
n the new team will see new faces,
FOR RETURN GO
LAWBENCB, Kan.. Dec. 1. -After j
listening o n disprirh from New York
Stating he had signed 8 contract to
meet the winner of the forthcoming
I Dempsey-Brennan fight, jc?f Wlllard.l
lovia.-r v..-: ' hatnpion ha v id':!.(
boxer, stated his Blgnaturohad been In I
the hands of Te RIt k iri pn inot .
I for some time hut this had not been
I announced, pendinc receipt of the
signatures of (he other parties.
am feeling fine, am in good con !
'dilion, and expeci to g:e ruy opponent '
a run lor his money whether he be;
Dempsey or Brennan," Wlllard m d
"I have been doing little light train-j
nR lately with Jack Kemple, of Cas
per. Wyo who has Iwen with mo for
a number of years."
JOE STECHER TO RETIRE
AFTER PRESENT SEASON
NEW Y UK. Dec. 1' .To. SI.- h'T. ,
world's heavyweight wrestling cham
pion, plans t" retire rrora the wres
tling game after this season he said,
la preparation for his contest here:
on December 13 with Ed (St rangier) I
Eewls, stecher has cancelled allj
! matches In order to bp in the best
posslbh form agnlnst the K.ntnky
THREATENED GOLF ROW
MAY EE SETTLED SOON
NEW YORK. D.-c. "- -Prominent
; officials of cluivs In the Cni'-d States
Golf association Today adopted a pol- !
icy of watchful waiting over the
threatened invasion of the eat by (he
Western Hoif association. Comment
generally was guarded and but fen
I officials would talk for publication:
In some quarters there was seen an
Indication patching up the diffr
ence before tho annual meeting of the
(United States fjolf association pet for,
'January 7 in New York.
FIRST !'T SCH WIL1 WIN?
Georges Carpcntler is a smart foi
low that Ik, he is something more
than a fighter.
One mlghi eou call the French
man 0 prophet.
The one that gets the first punch:
will win." he said, referring to his
. oming match with Dempsey.
We ll let it go at that so far a-5 tbel
I ncxl world's champlanship heavy-.
M ight fight doc -
Ruf lnvi look around and see if vou,
have a punch in your system and if
you can land It first.
How hard can you sock at your Job?
What is your battlne average in the
a. m.? Or can you take a punch as
wHI as give one-'
They call this Tris Speaker a mir
acle pilot because he put the punch
into a ball i lub that copped the world
title. Spoke always made it a point to,
land first on the scoreboard and wheni
he didn't he kept slugging away until'
he usually had his lead at the end of.
I the game.
Man O'-War Is called the greatest
j hor.-e the world has ever had But!
the Kiddle eolt is just a horse that!
puts the best he has into every race!
and always .Man O'War finishes ahead!
! of the dust.
! The football star who "hits "em
j first" is usually on tho honor roll
! when the cleats are hung up at the!
, end of the season. -I
It's the punch that counts from mar-
blcs to K. O.
NEW YORK CLUBS.
NEW YORK, Dec. 1. Training in
the south next spring 1 the New York
club of the American league and
Brooklyn, champions of the National
I league will be limited to three weeks,
'it was announced here tonight Usual
ly the teams have spent five weeks or
i more in the south.
I Selection of the training camps for
'both clubs has been left to Bob Con
nery. the Yankee scout who will .-t: it
i south nexi week Tentative plans call
I for the two teams to train in the same
jelty or in cities close enough for the
ilwo teams o he permitted to play ex
j Libit ion games.
CLASSES IN BOXING
ANN" ARBOR, Mich . Dec. 2.
Classes in boxing are to be organized
at the L'niversity of Michigan In Jan
uaiy. Ted Sullivan, boxing instructor
of the Detroit Athletic club, has been
signed as boxing coach.
MAKES KIDS HAPPY.
PITTSBURG Tom Davies. the st.u
halfback who has pjuyed ".ich a won
derful game this season for the Pan
thers. has matlo two kids very happy.
He gave them his headgears and now
the are going to learn how to pla)
football for Pitt some daj-.
CALIFORNIA BEARS ARE HIGH SCORING
MACHINE OF COAST CONFERENCE
U. of C. Favorites to Meet Ohioans in New Year Classic
B) i i n SNYDER.
With the California Bruins and Ohio
State invited to furnish the gridiron
entertainment for the Rose Tourna
ment at Pasadena, on New Year day,
two different kinds of scoring ma
chines will be brought together.
The Buckeyes, champions of the
Western conference, are a low scor
ing tram They won th. tltlr- hfnors
With a season total of but thirtyseven
Almost In direct contrast to thcm.j
the L'niversity of California team a
the biggest scoring team of the coun-,
Ki. M MIM
Against the strong teams of the Pa
cific coast conference. Including Wash
ington State, Oregon State. Oregon Ag
gie and Stanford, the Californlans
piled up 4-14 points to their opponents!
fourtoen this year and those fourteen
were the result of a fumble in one
game and a doubtful kick In another.!
Any team that has .Attempted to play
old-fashioned football against the
Bears this year has been up against
a brick will defense. But followers
of the ohioans know that they are a!
forward passing team who have no re-
gard for the old-style football
i FORM 81 URS
The Californlans have four out-'
standing stars on their eleven this
year. They arc "Brick" .Muli.r, end1
ana an Ail-American man, "'Peaky"
Sprott. halfback. Dan Milium tackle,
and J. B. -Morrison, fullback.
All four of these men are whales
on defense and off, nsc sprott and
Muller were both members f tin-
'iMiipi. i. ai. i.
Ml I I I R 'S SlKBD
jkMiiil. i . rir.ht end. ait hough he Is
tirfl Hi. is on.' .if i he mos; powerful
athletes ever developed on the roast.
He weighs 1SS pounds and is consld-,
ered the fastest wingman California
squads have had in the last twentj
years. Working with Erb, the 150
pound quarter. Muller has proven to:
be tho most consistent forward pas
ground-gainer of all the coasters.
He's a red-headed Irishman and;
never speaks from the tlmo the Whistle
blows until the quarter is ended, but
he tapkles em till their teeth crack'
and . n l.e ount e.l on to eliminate two I
opponents for each plav coming around
H BJPSJi l- I KJ I
Sprott. backfleld star, has been a
great ground gainer for tho Bears.
Boxing and Wrestling Events
Staged by Atlantic Fleet
In New York
NEW YORK. Dec. 1. Wrestllnc
and boxing championships Of the ai'
ors of the Atlantic fleet were decided
tonight at sfadison Square Garden
with T.OfiO officers and sailors and sev
eral hundred civilian guests as specta
tors. Hug. ne Biheault, of the Arizona,
u ho has held the light-heavyweight
wrestling title of the fleet since 1907,
threw AVIlford Paradis of the Pennsyl
vania In 45 seconds. Biheault out-'
g-rew the middleweight class and bis'
title in this class werit to A. Berko
witz of the Bridge. Crank Ame f
the North Dakota, retained his light-,
Ernest Slmon, of the Nevada, won.
ii-. welterweight and Cher Finney,
Brldjre, the heavyweight
Tn the tioxlng. the fleet champion -ship
Bantamweight: L. Gordon, North!
Dakota: Featherweight: . Sutton.
Pennsylvania; lightweight- m Caetel
luccl, Nevada; welterweight. A. L'r
W, Bell Of the Arizona, defeated W i
Weilcnmann, Nevada, for the mlddle
weight title. W. Pent oh, Nevada, out-
fought E. Van Billiard, Oklahoma, tor
the light-heavyweight championship.
In winning the hoax ywelght honora.
J. Dumas, Columbia, caused the sec-i
onds of fit Anderson. Florida, to throw
up the sponge In the fifth round All
the other bouts went six rounds to a
decision while an extra round wan nec
essary to decide the lightweight and
I o WINS
SPRINGFIELD. Ill Dec 1 George
Fplt, Engllxli lightweight champion
lout-fought AI Lance, of Chicago In
every round Of their ten round bout
hem tonight and won the referee' .b -
1 ciston before the final round was ovei
Referee Louis Hodge declared the
Englishman Hie victor breausi Lai'.-'-
pranced around tho ring like colt,
with Pos at his heels In the last tw
sessions. This was Fox's Initial ring
I appearance In America.
NKAV POIX3 TEAM
I'HIEADEEPHIA. Dee. 11. A polo
I team representing the University of
Pennsylvania in rapidly becoming a
reality A large number of PODO po
nies have been brought over from New
Vork. A match with W.sfc Point has
been definitely arranged.
I . .mmm i
I 1 -n ,.if f $
mm wm k
' ""' i 0 jjm f 1 J ..;V; ' '
i bis group of t.ir ha nwdc l be i nlvcndt) ff California n gresi scor
ing machine ih(. season. I I - arc on-id, -red l critics in OUttlUlk any
qnartel of brilliants In the ...i t ronference this fall. Thej arc: "JBrtok"
Muller, end; "Pesky" Sprott, lutlfback; J. it. Moituhhi rnllback and Dan Mc
His method of tfhlpsnap tackling
whereby h grabs bis majn bj the arm
ami spins him round for u big loss
has many times caused a three or
four-yard loss to his opponents and
their consequent loss of the ball.
At tackles the Californlans have t
pair of fast darting men who weigh
1ST. pounds in Iw-an and McMillan
in i I M P1RS1
McMillan is a heady, quick-thinking
man and plays the "ptt-'em-first" sori
Of game. He has been one of the
main reasons for keeping the Califor
nia goal Tine practicalls uni rosscd this
Morrison has stood out . On of the
best fullbai ks on the coast. il' weighs
175 pounds and his plunges have made
It possible for his team to march,
straight down the field without having
NEW STADIUM FOR
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. CalJ
Dec. 1. The board of athletic control
has decided to build an athletic sta
dium costing $750,000 and seating at
least SO, 000 persons, it was annoui i i I
Erection of the stadium, which Is to
be of the TmjwI type, will rtart m Itl
summer, it wa.s decided' A finance
committee was appointed to work oul
plans for financing the project
The stadium win be equipped with
a 220 yard straightaway track andi
will accommodate American. Rugby
and Soccer football.
( M EL . IMES
IX)NG r.i.Ai'H. Cal . Dee. V. The
Long Beach hign school football team.
Bdate and southwestern champion In
I9l0j has relinquished all chance of;
gaining ihe state Interscholaatic cham
pionship this year by camelling all
games arranged for It by the Callfof
nia interscholasllc federation, it be
. a no- k nown today.
I " K B ANA, 111. Dec. 1. Paul Prchii.,
wrestling instructor at the University
Of Illinois, and winner of the inter
allied middleweight championship, dc-'
fealed Cal Farley of Humboldt, Minn ,
A. E F. middleweight champion in j
straight falls here tonight.
oBI.EISIv I W i ll i l
SENEIS, Prance, Nov. 10. iCorrcs-j
pondence of the Associated Press.)
Eh the hamlet of Eouvres, a few kilo
meters south of here on the road t
Paris, an obelisk some 1 J feet high, i
surmounted by th.- statue of a Prem h
soldier, has Just been unveiled It!
marks the exect spot where, on Sep
tember 7, 1014, the advance guard
of the armiea of Von Kluck were
brought to halt a little less than Lb j
miles from Paris.
III l.E SPEND WEEK
ENDS I JAIL
CLEVELAND. "But Judge. I'm
working only five days a week now .
and if you send mc to Jail for 10 days
I'll lose my job, then 1 won't be able!
tn pay alimony at all," protested Stan
lex Lapihska. In court here. "Thai
sounds reasonable." concurred his,
honor, after fln.llng Stanley guilt) ol
molesting his Wife and falling to pa
support while sin sues for divorci
Vou work five day a week and thi
other two you serve in jail until the 10'
days are serxe.l. Bailiff! Pace the
ANTI-nV DRIVE MAKES HER ILL'!
BVANSVILLB, End'. Mrs, Ibarles
Pudding's attempt i swat" the fP
brought her to the hospital here. Mrs.
Redding Is a domestic science teacher.
She scattered oolson to kill flies In
j her class room. Physicians think her
, lllnec-s came when she Inhaled 'h. pow
lo i sort to overhead play, lie boots
Consist en tl) for sixty yards ami sev
enti of ins kicks hae measured sev-
entj 1 is, lie in six feet one, and
Ion charging he resembles a batter
ing ram with bis head ducked down
as he plows through.
olliu s THICl VI
it will be interesting to note Just
bow the forward pass wonder team of
Ohio will stack up against liv high
BCdrlng machine flf th- west.
win the Buckeye quarterback
' lloge ' W orkniau. and his speedy
running-mate. Pete Srlnchcomb, be
able to pull the New Veal day game
put of the life ni the list minute ofi
la as they won the Wesiejn confer-
I encc title from Illinois'
The Cailfbnniahs will have to watch
GREEK CHAMP TO
Lonclos Will Arrive From Coast
Todav: Will Open Quarters
At Fire Station
.inn London. Greek heavyweight
tyrestllng champion, matched to meet
Jack Harbertson ai the Orpheum thea
tre next TuesdaJ' nigtit. Is scheduled
to arrive In Qgde.ii late today from
San PranclsoQ Londos and E3arbert
-on will meet at . at. h weights in the
coming contest. I.ondox agreeing to i
throw the local man twice In 90 min
utes. At San Prancisco last Tuesday eve
ning. LondOs pinne.i ihe shoulders ofJ
Pesek, Nebrjska star, to the mat in I
i hour and 2 4 minutes. No second
fall was recorded after i hours "f
wrestling and Ivondos was awardojd the
Londos "ill open training quarters
for the Harbertson match at the Cen
tral fire station and will hold work-1
outs twice daib; P.oad woi k In the i
morning and work on the mat in the
afternoon will be featured by the,
Pollowing his match with Sarbert- ,
son here. I.ondos will invade the east'
w here he is booked to meet Stecher, j
Lewis and Caddock on the mat
The ref.ree fur the coming match!
will be named l'rlda a f leinoon.
from present dope the third man in
lh( ring will be cither Ben Petrle, Sam
Clapham or Nick Collins
SEATTLE Wash. Dec. 2. Cal De
la ney, Cleveland welterweight, has
been mat. hed for a four-round bout
with Joe Simonich, the Butte boy who
held Travis Davis. Pacific coast cham
pion, to a draw The bout Is to be ,
held at the American Iargion smoker,
h re next Tuesday.
Seattle; wash., Dec. 2. Thej
01 ihihgtOn field trial club will insll- j
tute a series of field coursing events, j
opening Sunday at Tacoma. Wash., to
stimulate interest in the sport with the
bird dog.s. The meets will be hell
every two weeks until spring, open to,
dog owners of the state
1 INGFOKD MATCHED
SEATTLE". Wash., Dec. 2. --Sam I
Langford of Boston, and Tiny Herman.
01 Tacoma, Wash-, will meet in a re
turn match at Portland. ( ire., tonight
Herman was knocked out in .seven
rounds In a r.'.-eni encounter with the
Leopard and Logan Officials
Fail to Agree on Place
For Final Tilt
Representatives of the East high
'school and the Logan high school met
I at Satt Lake yesterday together with
officials of the Utah High School as
sociation for the purpose of trying lo
Untangle the snarl regarding the
I championship battle between the East
high and Logan high elevens.
The Loganltcs were represented at
the meeting by Principal Norman
Hamilton. He stated thai the Logan
school had spent considerable money
In advertising the contest anil that the
game should be played at Logan
Standing "pat" on their decision Of
Monday the Leopard- refuse, 1 to play
or. any field other than CummlngS
field, unless the game was played at
Ogden on the Lorln Farr park field.
; Logan would not agree to play the con
Although the officials of the I wo
Schools me", no decision was made and
lt Is very probable that the contest
Wil not be staged.
Prosldent James E. Moss of the
High School A'hletic association stated
t. lay that tho Lnganites would !'
awarded the state title unless the con
test la played.
NKW YORK . Dec. 1. Howard F.
Whitney, presidentelect of the Unite-i
Spates Golf assoclattion. said tonight
the association would take no action
relative to the proposed expansion of
the Western Coif association until aft
) II bad received some official wcrd
from the western body.
Mr. Whitney ::nid he intended to do
no worrying about the matter and ad
ded that in ihe event of strife (he na
tionnl body is well prepared. He de
clared th. Canadian assoclattion and
the Royal and Ancient Association of
New EnglanJ w-ic with the l"nlt?d
States (nf ariFOciajion.
WON'T MEET YALE.
BOSTON, .Mass Hoc. 1. The for
mibable Boston coMecc football team
will not ilne up against Yale next
year, according to a ielec,Tain received!
today by F'rank A Reynolds, graduate
manager of athietlcs'.sj Boston ciiirge.
from M U Goddard, lur.nager of the
- k i i -. h imProa s.
CLETVISLAND- Johnny Klesch, the;
young middleweight whom Jerry Sachs I
is grooming for a scrap with John-'
nj VA'ilson, Is 1 "'..vii; along. He is
mixing ii with the better class of mid
dleweight gentry and is not set -.up fori
any of them.
PHILAHKLl III viike Kelley stir-'
prised 1 lot ot rolks by not accepting
the Job of trying 1 it some life Irt'
the Phillies. Mike gts practically as
much salary managing the .Saints andi
he doesn't have 10 fight much to Why
a pennant. j
GIBBONS l I HES Ho.lc.
I'fHtANA. ill-. Liec 1. Mike Gib
bpnsi of St. Paul, arrived at the 1 ni
verslt of Illinois todsj to assist Paiill
!rehn boxing and wrCftlllg Instruc
tor. Oli.bons v;i!) spr-tnl three las a j
week instructing students in boxing.
SWINGS CLUB I
LIKE A CHAMP M
A 1 the ace of H this French boy,
li.nmuml BotCaXOU, golfs like a chain
pion. He competed in the British open
championship this year and surprised HjH
the galleries by his wonderful shots.
Botcaxdii turned in a. score card
! of 77 one day during the tourney at
North Foreland, which was only three
shots above that made by the pro
1 fessloual. Abe .Mitchell. He actually
drove ihe third green which is 313
yards from the tee.
T)i n 1 9 first found to have
abilitj as . . golf ei rh 1 he caddled
foi 1.1.1 1 Northcliffo al La Boulie, M
Vers lies I hree yeai - go,
Be Is at pn eni Ludying club mak- H
Ing 1 rii. 1- ai. Mitchell al North Fore- fl
ECKERSALL KNOWS fl
oHii'MBi'?- Wall or Eckersall says
thai Pete Stinchcomh is the
smartesj player of the year in west
err football. He credits Stlneh
comb's thinker for winning the con
ferencp title for the Bucks.
PoRTL.NHBo McCormick. the WM
light heavywelghl champ or Europe. mm
Is always there with a handshak. 'm
He never asks who he is going to ltsfl
fight f" how much weighs What ItS
Interests Bo) Is how long he'll have wM
OLE RECOVERS. :9
TACOMA Ole Anderson. " the Pa- IH
ciiir coal 1 boy who failed lo make
much or a hi' down east as a knock- Hj
nut fighter, but who won a lot of M
credit lor sameness, is tipping over M
heavyweight .:ain WW
HI 11 rj 1 - Bll 1.1 ;:i MATCH.
CHICAGO, Dec. 2 Charles Peter- mgl
son. tin- fancj Shot I'lUiardist of St. mMM
Louis, has been selected to referee
' i in l round ol the national 18.2 f
btlli.r.i loninament hei" jf BiM
Thi participants will be M
w lilie iioii'.-. world's champion, Wei-
Iter Cochran and Jake Schaefer.
Mvl 1 1 ( 1 N 1 BOTH! R J is
jtcisrht Broadway had J,l-St come to
Twas onl 10 o'clock.
"1 guess I'll turn rifcht into bed."
Said Letup.-.;. King of Sock.
"This noise, it doesn't bother me.
I've ot to earn some 1 i n
Jn flphiinK nothing's ever sure."
Said he and tumbled In.
Yon'.l be surprised if you went to
visit the heavyWeight champion of the
I world and found him in bctf at 10;
You'd get another thrill when yni
saw him doing rogdwork in Central!
park, light In the heart of New York,,
earlier than most folks roll down to!
work In a stone and Webster trolley
But when you learn that Hempsey
has pitched his training camp right j
on Broadway with all Its throbs of'
; life and gaiety ai.d funny little noises
that never stop from sunset to sun-
rise ..ir. probably imagine you were Isfl
off ypur nut. WtM
rha 1 get- 'ipP
tine In trim to box Bill Brennan. and mW
Wlllard. pei haps, and after that tho
brilliant and speedy ocorges.
Mo?t fighters slip off into the woods tH
some place when they are tuning wMm
themselves up for a big test. But HSU
Oempsey places himself right in tho LtXl
heart of temptation in the biggest city &
in the world and quietly minds his
One Jack credit for being a champ JMW
uitli In.- fists and a master of him- I'
"Theie s absolutely nothing suro in mWm
the fight game." be Says. And Jack Kfl
is tight As!; Jes.s Wlllard Mike mM
ODowd, or app of tho dethroned W
champs They'll say Amen.
NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT I
SIX FAST BOUTS
The Wasatch Athletic club wilt open its doors in the ner
inanent arena installed in the Eagles' club building on Grant
avenue at an expense of $6000, next Thursday night This
will open the club season and boxing will then be held everv i
Thursday night. Six fast scraps between the best material that tM
Utah can offer each week. 1 1 MS
Here are the main events of the opening card. Nuff said
AL YOUNG, Ogden, vs. YOUNG PAPKE Sacramento
Six Rounds W
JIMMY JOHNS. Ogden, vs. CLAIRE BROMEO, San Francisco
MYSTERIOUS ' JIMMY BROWN, Ogden
BATTLING JACK DALEY, Brooklyn
Three other four-round battles will be on the program.
The Wasatch Athletic club is permanent. The board of ntv
commissioners has approved it and has granted a licenaa fZ
one year $1000 bonds has been furnished the city to torn
clean, wholesome sport. 9 insure
IT DESERVES THE SUPPORT OF OGDEN SPORTSMEN
Come once and you will be a club booster. "
Prices 300 seats at $1 900 ringside seats at $1.50 Two row I
at ringside $2. b a