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" STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENlNCi
I WASATCH CLUB
I OPENS TONIGHT
Manager Downing Announces
Promising Card for His
Claire Broimt), coaeU lightweight,
fl who all .1 ror lii- i".lc it h Mn
HI " tUlrviiu! ;t ili f t n .;i ci l Jio
jfl Wasatch Vtltlctli dbb tonlglil in the
The stage is all sot and everything
HHV is in readiness fur the initial weekly
boxing show of the new Wasatch Ath
HHV I'tjo cluh in the permanent arena, In
Hj -the Eagles' building and the fans are
K premised six whirlwind bouts in ad-
dltlon to a .special program for the
fl lub christening, aceordlm; Ma nager
ith Al Voting of ' gden, and Young)
HHV I'apke of Sacramento to toe the
HHV mark in the headlines lor six rounds
HHV -.and five other pans of good boys to
HHV pn the fast four-round course, Man-
HHh Oger Oowning announced thai the
II . ! the fans on their feet it all
I The semi-wlndup between Claire
I Jiromeo, the coast lightweight who nasi
hammered himself otu .i record thai
I peaces him in a position among the'
I 1 fastest boys of tlx western country,
arid Abe Mishknul of i l u.-. i- i
1 peeled to be a scrap which will be
much tn joyed bj the fans who like'
I the heavy-hitting stuff At..- it n .
I to pack a terrific punch and h.is been ;
I Tying to get a match with Bromeoj
I for several weeks, Abe believes he
I 'an topple Bromoo .... r for the count!
.a- feat which no other Utah lad has1
I yet accomplished.
I1 "Mysterious" Jimmy Brown of g-'
I den, and Battling Jack Daley, of
I Brooklyn, can always be depended
I .upon to stand too to toe and swap
I heavy punches.
I i addition to these bouts, two og-1
I den lads, Eddie t :u n. - and foung
I James are due foi a four-round to.1
Bobby Walker and Jack Sneddon Will
also go four rounds,
1 Two other four-round l.onts and an
added feature will be offered.
II JAZZY SPORTS
That golfers ,iif. develop forearms
and bleeps in ih-? 'km" thej may be
able to lengthen their drive- are all
wrong and out of lock. i best at
losted by a recent census among the i
J leading players of Hie ancicut and
honorable game. Instigation shows
that but one In toil of the lead It b
drivers arc what might be called
ninscylar individuals, and those male,
golfers who may bos' big muscles
do not figure the additional strength
Of airy great value In getting distance
to their drives. Probably the most j
noted example, according to "Chick" I
BVans of Chicago is M'.-c.. Alexa Stir
ling; lh- champion The southern
stair weighs but 120 pounds, ini ii!
of her drives will average better than I
-o0 yards which Is indeed excellent. 1
Cvans declares great strength is not
j r. nearly so essential as good timing and
; good form,
j Eddie Casey, former Harvard foot '
j ball star, now coaching at Mount
j Union college Alliance) hlo cannot,
Ii play profeaslonal football and hold his
job at the Ohio Methodist institution.!
' Early this season Casey Jumped out j
on Sunday and played a couple of I
j games with a western Now York ore- '
It'esslonal eleven. W ord was sent to i
I the college and Casey was eallt d be- i
fore the oollcge heads and question- J
od. The former Harvard mainstaay
I admitted he had played, ami In re-:
j turn was informed Mount Union
could not permit him to ploy another
j game ofSunday foothall. The college
had no objections to his pi Lying "ii
other days of the week, but of course
j this would 1 impossible because he j
is busy coaching during the week. He
j gave up his Sunday engagements.
I Harvard has perfected a new sys-1
j tern for giving the track candidates
i practice. A schedule has been ar-1
j 'ranged whereby every athlete on the,
squad .Mid all aspiring athletes have I
j a chance to do certain work in the
gym. They are required to follow a
ij , course or schedule mapped out for j
them by the physical director? The
I course is given with especial care
I and .those who complete H are ov-
! pected to be iea.d for track events
:t Unit r.t-t.. r,.-.,,tl KafjiH Ihr. ..11.
I letes who wall till spring to Ret thelr
Umbering up exercises. The plan i
H I scored a big hit at Harvars
Charley Comiskey, of the White
H j Box, is rcbnlldlug his American league
flj! machine which was almost totally
H the Boston and New York clubs if he
H trier to buy seasoned material. Al-
H though peace was .iclared In the
H An in . in. It Is understood Comiskey
H Will have a tough time to buy ariy-
H thing from the "loyal five" owneni.
H Joe Tinker, former Chicago Cub
H star, and more recently part owner of
H the Columbus club of the American
H .'iHvoclatlon, is thrnugh with baseball
H for all time. Tinker Is Koine west t.
H look after some oil interests, and If
H these fail he Intend-, to make himself
H a berth In the business world. Tinker
Jj Is said to be a first class .salesman.
H ' Regardless of wbo Is named to
H ftianage the Detroit Americans next
season. Jack Coumbs may return OS
H buxs of the f lingers, if he wants the
Hj, Job. Own r Frank Navln Is well
H pleased with Coombs' work the past
H season and says the former Athletic
H hurler saved the club much money
H y keeping the monndmcn working
H m good condition Coombs has not
H signed a contract for IftX. When
H .1. nnings gave up the Tiger reins.
1 However, Coombs Announced he was
H nnt a candidate for Hughey's post.
Permit Is Worn on Sleeve on
Coats of Hunters in
B l T. HOLLA N I"
If motorlstt ' irrled then automo
bile licenses in a pocketbook in their
hip "' ket, it would be a rather dif-
fi. nit job to enforce the traffic regula
tions. The reason that laws have born
passed reuniting thai automobiles car
r llcem plates where the- can le
readily seen Is so that officers al al
glance learn the Identity "t" any mo
torist violating the law.
Why should not the sttme reason
ing io applied to the game laws?
The usefulness of the game ward
en Is often greatly impaired as soon
as ills Identity becomes known One
i of the warden's principal dutle9 is
to see that every one has a hunting
license Immediately he asks the
1 shooter tO produce his license the
countryside knows that a game ward
' en is in the vicinity. Could thl war
! den mingle with the shooters without
asking any questions and note his II
1 cense number as a traffic cop checks
up automobiles, the problem would !
be much simpler j
We do not advocate the wearing of
i a metal' license plate, but several!
; states have solved the proplepi by
' one means or another. New York
provides that every man afield Nitb a
, jfitn must wear a button showing nis
it nSe number. Pennsylvania ;"
i vldes that it is a misdemeanor 10 be
leid wiih n gun without the num
ber of your licence being worn on
i your arm. The Pennsylvania Hoard
of Game Commissioners tumishet
'with each license a tag bearliiR the II-
cense numbei In figures at 'least one
'Huh In height, which tag said licensee
IS required to display on the elbow
and 'he shoulder in such manner that
the figures be visible at all times while i
I hunting. Those cloth bands can be!
sewed or pinned around the sleeve ot
I your hunting coat.
e have ?t received word that
I Maryland In recent changes In thel
conservation laws ha-; provided for aul
arm tag to be worn while hunting, the
number bl the hunting license which
must always be In the Dossesslon of
the licensee when hunting.
We beitcve other states win quick
ly adopt this system when OhCe h
realize the ma mv advantages
I IO . ; i kTION in WISCONSIN
The kill of a deer in the northern
woods last year was unusualjy heavy.
The unprecedented high price of furs
-od mail) more men t. trap fur
bearing animals than ever befi . Be
kuse the sportsmen of thai sta-, were
awake to the fact, the conservation
commission was flooded with petitions
to close the seas. -ii o.i niuski.i . ,,,l
mink and to put into force the one
The Wisconsin law provides that
where petitions are presented from
one or more counties of the State,
asking for added protection of any
species of wild animals, the conser
vation commission Is authorize. to
hold a hearing in Hi. county In ques
tion and grant such additional pro
tection as the commission shall deem
adl ia hie.
The Wisconsin law also provides
that all trappers, before being abl to
obtain a license for the next car.
must report the number md kinds oi
animals taken. With this data at hand
togeih.-r with the information gath
ered from o -rings, the conserva
tion . omm. -si , , 8 in a poslion to
make suitable i hangcs In the open sea
son ami n essafy recommendations to
the next legislature when u convenes
Mr v. k. Barber, chairman of the
State Conservation Commission, writes
thai hearingc have bi en held in sixty
nine counties In the state and that It
was found that the sentiment was prac
tlcall unanimous for a closed season
on muskrat and mink and that a very
lars majority were in favor of the
or. buck law.
RIOT CALL SENT
WHEN 6-DAY RACE
FANS START FIGHT
MEW YORK, Dec. 9. The an
nual six-day bicycle rare In Madi
son Rouaro garden came near
breaking up In a free-for-all tight
earl today when a found which
some one described as a "shot"
startled several hundred "'bike"
fans. The fight which ensued
held up the race for 20 minutes
and resulted In a riot call for the
police and ambulances.
The police said two men dis
agreed over the ownership of a
At 8 a. m., the xoth hour. Broc
co and Coburn still led with 1301
miles and seven laps.
North Junior Wins
North Junior hirh basksteers trim
med th Central Junior quintet yes
terday afternoon 26 to a. ..n the for
Central Junior. North Junior.
ox' 0 Brown
Peterson If pry
Bond rf Foster
Btimpson lg I'reece
Landes rg shaw
Summary: Field goals Peterson.
Bond 2. Ljandes, Brown ;t. Prey a
Coster & . foul goals .1.
Referee Francis Wiggins
FOR COLLEGE TEAMS
BOSTN. Fcc. 9 - -A nit onal track,
field ard relay meet to hring together
the athletes of colleges from nil sec
tions of the country is to be considered
at th- annual convention Of the na
tional coiieKr,;, athletic association m
Chk'aKo. December 2'. according to a
.circular published tbdaj
LANGFORD TO MEET
KELLER AT ABERDEEN
j ABFKlJKlON. Wash.. I e(J . s ,,n
Iangford Bqsjton negro who hus dent
omdrated to nmt fight fans in the
1 past two months that he MiiU has a
punch, will meet Terry Keller, of Chi-
. cago. in the main -ent of a boxing
program here tonight.
JACK TAYLOR LOSES
SNAPPY MAT CONTEST
CHICAGO, Dec. k Stanislaus
Zbyssko defeated Jack Ta lor of Cas
per, Wyp., in their wrestling match
hero last nijrht. Zlys-.ko won by
.-ti. tight fall.
U ' - " -
Every Football Year Has Its Hero
I oSSho tf1 i ' ; '
i TO UA" with 2miCi30 CU8S J 3
e, 1 1 na i ii i mi i in 1 1 ii iii iibip- sssss BBiMii ii n 1 1 iiimiii h n i i i i r frrinTfacaa
Tbe Mar, come and - ami wlUi theni come mw heroes "1 Bnortdom I hu year there luive been manj he
roic deeds iimie on the gridiron, Bnl probabl) none stands out with iitt4 sn ii great i'i dramatic lustre a- ,.i,i-gc
Gipp, tlw crcat super halfback r N.ti- iamc Yet Glpn has had t. pa) dearlj tor the stardom Whlob he
iii t f. i iiim-j'ii. He played hi the nni games ol the schedule with n dislocated shoulder and wheu ill from
toiudlltbi In ordct iii.n admiring crowdfl mighl not be disappointed Gipp uos r-i t c t-1 1 Ida name hicii in 1920
football blstorj vi he ha imid tin penali oi stardom.
Bj EDU ki Nt run UH
t Staff Correspondent.
SOCTrl BEND, lnd , Dec 8. Being
a star r.thOti h;is its penalties
George Gipp, Notre Dame's brilliant
fullback and hailed a the season's
greatest college football played jiushed
himself into the hero class, and when
Be was l.xdix liijurcd ho hail to live
up to his heroic role or disappoint the
He begged to be allowed to zo back
j into a game against Indiana, although
his shoulder wa dislocated. Th,e
'crowd thought he wds cast iron. A
; week later h- begged again to l-oi into
I the game against Northwestern, Chi-
cago rowds were yelling for the Notre
I a tue hero.
PLAYED W HEN 1 11..
tlipp felt he had to go in and play,
no matter how it tortured him.
Three days after the Northwestern
' game, t.ipp has a tickling in his throat.
I It was tonsil it is Then came pneu
I nioula. Olooni hung over Notre Dame s
2000 8tudent.s as bulletins from the
I sickroom were anxiously n ad.
Some people though Gipp's life is
j in Jeopardy because of his bulldog de
! termination to play in spite of his In
, jured should.-r. As a mallei of fact,
i physicians said there wasn't any cbn
J ncctlon between his illness and foot
1CH SORRY oA
Nevertheless, EuiUte K. Rockne,
the football coach. i s.ri h'- w-ok-1
ened under Gipp's pleadings and let
; him play when he was not in '. class
'ut men have to be physically fit
j or they (,-im'i play.'' .said Rockne, ' f"i
ignpn -r-T pmpi r mm
l 111 GREEN wt). ,
There are many things that one can
To build up a nlft pile
But if you can. be as athlete
So you'll keep your health and smile
Some rind their dough in boxing
And it's found in ball bats, too
But In sizing up these long green
Don't forget thv- billiard cue.
Jack Dempse Is the boxing glove
acc right now with his (300,000 match I
with Carpentlei coming up in New:
York London Paris or Podunk
Bale Ruth gets $20,000 a year for.
boarding with the New Tork Yankees
and swinging a hall bat a few times j
during the afternoon performance.
But this la mere pin money for t)io
j Bambino B Christmas he'll have)
I salted down around $100,000 for ex-
Ihlbittng the bat which he made hisj
homerun record with
Vardon tmd Ray, a couple of Eng-
Uahmen nrho rlsited Ami .. i last aum
liner. cleaned up J50.000 for amusing!
t lie golf hugs with their piittera
The earnings of Willie Hoppe cue
wizard, will total J20.500 for exhlbi-j
ttons and bona, fide matches during
Ralph Greenland, 21-year-old pock
et billiard champion, and Itobert Can
nefax, are each expected to side swipe
the bank vault for at least $16,000
ach in time lr pslebrats New Year.
Of this list of birds who wield the!
money wand so deftly th.- cueist last
.Willie Hoppe. cJrecn'eaf and other!
stars of today will keep right on m;. k -1
; ing their pile up into their fifties or
V. hat do ou suppose Dempsey tind '
I Buth will be doing when thy are fifty
ior even fort ? They'll probabl) bi
healthy and wealthy but they won't be
j using boxing glovep or ball bats.
I Golfers, like Ihe Idlllardists. COp-l
Unas to keeji their form and earning
capacities up into the ripening years.
All of which goes to show that a.
! little sliver of wood, a small piece of
; leather or a bit of solid ivory possess
magic If jou get hep now- to us,, them.
And along with it you can have a
whale of S good tlm and keep your'
health and your smile for the grand-;
DODO OB Wi s DOl .n-JtM .M
Out of the dim, dark yesterday
A olce is heard once more
Which all reminds us vlvldlv
When Jes sat on the floor.
l ax training tons," iwi Mr. Jess. ,
the primary aim of college athletics Is
and always should be to benefit the
i...y.N ,.ti sic-Uly. All the gridiron fame
in the world Isn t worth ruining a sin
gle hov's health.'
II VRD M .'S l !t Ml
That's the way everybody feels about
it at Notre Dame. So Gipp's Illness
was doubly depressing. res.ximi.stic
l ones culled it ijlpp's hard luck." l- or
i'thej Recall that In his first year of
I football he broke a leg so badly that
I the following ear his leg injury
caused his rejection from an army
; "Gi; was more than game," said
Assistant Coach Frank Kalas. Ffe
'wanted to play the season out because
it was his last appearance In athletics
for Notre Dame. He hated to give
Gipp's father and mother and his
brother, Matthew Gipp, of Kalamazoo.
Mich., were at his bedside. The hit
ter declared he was satisfied the Star's
illness was not due to too strenuous
Ills DOCTOR S PROPHE4 Y
"Those tonsile have been bothering
bin. for years," said the brother. He
added, with pride: The doctor says
George would have been 80 per cent
better if he'd had those tonsils out
before he played."
Noire Dame students and football
I coaches of every team Notre Dame has
1 played cannot imagine Gipp being SO
per cnt better. If he u.s So pi r
cent deficient, his opponents would
have been eorrj lo se. him when he
wa i good'
DOVES i; kSEBALL BI i
Bike five other members of the
"Down on my Kansas ranch O,
I'm coming back and show the world
That I'm no ancient dodo.
' If Texas Rick will put me on
With Jack the giant killer
I Hi demonstrate w hat T forgot
In i hat Toledo thriller.
"Since then I've chopped a lot of I.
I've breathed the Kansas zephyrs;
I've pitched the hay plowed the
And roped the frisky heifers
'The stuff It takes to cripple guys
I've got to knock 'em curly,
My heart now thumps riuito rog'larly
And I am big and burly.
' It peeveth me to recollect
The purse I got for my show.
And though T am a little old.
I crave some modern dough-douuh
Some of tbe boys arc accusing Jcs
Willard of stealing Ea Tariguay's
After Jeis was In that train w reek
at Toledo a year and a half ago most
everybody believed that he'd spend the
rest Of his days convalescing.
It might be that Jess has the mov
ing picture hug. We suggest that an
scenario with a "fall" In it would ans
wer the purpose.
Willard certainly passed out ( the
footlights' glare in a hurry after the
Maumeo Bay episode in three acts
biff bang floor.
The last time the Kansas glint',
name broke into prtnt was when he J
was arrested or Inflating the price of
.rd wood, but prbvod to tho court!
that, he was a good Samaritan instead!
of a profiteer.
iiis willingness tn fight Dempsiyl
again which to some may sound sul-'
cldal yet' to Willard it has the ring
of being a financial undertaking
When Jess was champion the purees i
were mere sandwiches compared to
w !i it folks pav now to see even second
ami third raters go.
Rumor says that Jess has lost a j
hunch of jack In oil. and he Is coming
back to the ring to rehabilitate his
shrinking fortunes, just as Carpentleri
did to get his coal Interests out ...f
lie admits that he didn't fight j
DempSes right at Toledo and 'h.it th
next time they meet he'll domontrato f
what he forgot.
All of which makes it nice for'
Dempsey. Dempsey needs matches I
Dempsey needs money. Dempsey an .
me Wtllard in his xeheme very nicely. I
And It might not b such a flivver
light At lhau
, Notre nam" varsity team. Gipp never
played football till he came here. He
just didn't hither about football when
, he went to high school In Calumet.
Mich. He was crazy about baseball
and though he was a bit delicate as
a youngster, according to his brother,
he always carried around a baseball
glove in those days.
Now. on the heels of Irs football tri
umphs, an offer has come to Gipp to
! get into major league, baseball with
: the Chicago Cubs next season. He 'a
BKlI.lt V i n EVERYTHING
Gipp, who is 1..11, rangy and speedy.
-'I years old. Is an all-around athlete.
Besides foot1, ail arid baseball, her.
a star at hockey, a Sprinter and a
champion at billiards. And he recent
ly won a gold watch oS a dancer.
Besides that he's a crack In the class
room ii- s taking a law course.
I Coach Etockne discovered by accl
, H.-m that Gipp could play football.
Somebody caught him doing sonle mar
; velOUS kicking one day. Thr Induced
; him to get into a football suit. And
in his freshman year ho put one he
rween the kobJ posts from the sbcty
I two-yard line.
I ! 'ili Rli W HOIC1 .
All ..v. r the countrv they're pick
ing Gipp for tiio ml'-Amertcari team.
He Is hailed as Notre Dame's greatest
since "Red" Salmon's days, eighteen
years ago. Some say he's greater, but
they are different types of men and
starred In different styles of football.
" hey had to put a guard on the door
at the hospital to keep anxious stu
d its out. That's what they think of
their hero athlej,. at Notre Dame.
One Hundred I housand Deer
Killed by Hunters of Seven
teen States Last Year
By PETER c CARNE1
One hundred ihirty-thrcc thou-
1 Rind, ninety-eight deer were leg-
i ally killed in the United States last
Impossible as these figures may ap
pear they .ire correct, and furthermore
th y reprc.-.-.-nt only ;h,- total kill of
IT states, the 17 states in which the
hunters are requested to make a re
port on the bag of deer. The above
figures do not take into account the
great number of deer that are killed
i n New York, for iRslanre. the com
mission has reports On a few inor'-'
than five thousand taken, while It is1
tho common belief among those who
hunted In the state that the total kill I
was nearer 20,000 New York has re-j
turned to the one buck law and it isj
not likely that there will be any morej
I We have been told that deer were,
scarce but the figures mentioned above'
do not indicate that such is the cu.se
The figures amaze us, and no doubt;
will amaze a great many others
In some states the season Is quite;
long while in many others the season
Is brief. In Colorado the season Is
only four days, In New Jersey five, and
In several other states the hunting
dj.s for deer are less than ten. You;
can Imagine what the total would be I
If the season was extended In any of
these statei I ne thousand were kill-;
ed In Colorado in the four days
Twenty-five years ago a deer w.i
a curiosity In New Hampshire. The,
past season nearly 5,000 were killed.'
Deer are so thick in Vermont that the;
shooting of does is permitted once In
ever -s'x years. Deer are protected
In Illinois until 1J25. By that time'
' ' . . i . I'.tl. -. IJ .1 ... .1 I 11,1 I I
will walk up and be shot as did
the Moose In Maine the past season i
after aflve-ear closed season
i ii i Mi l. in 91 m i 6
H-r are tho statistics on the deer1
killed in the states Compiled record.
Minnesota 20,000 1
W 'iiung l fi.i
California 13,000 1
New York .I.Otil
x.-w Hampshire 4.X00
Pennsylvania -.013 j
5outh Dakota 225
In Japan the women raic silk worms j
and feed .Liciu.
SHOULD BE IRE
League Races Would Elevate
frapshooting Just as They
What trapshootlng needs about as
much as anything else we know of Ls
There are about 25 trapshootlng
leagues In the United States and there
might Just as well be one hundred end
twenty-five, it is all a matter of pro
motion. The American Trapshootlng
Association should get behind a moc
ment io promote trapshootlng leagues. j
League competition will Interest hum
dreds of thousands of shooters who
Just dabble tn trapshootlng today. .
There Is something at stake in
i ague shoots. It means something CD I
win. It means something to defeat I
some other team Take fop instance
the final match of the Philadelphia
Trapshopters' League last spring in!
which the Pennsylvania Railroad and
Wilmington teams met The Railroad
ers had "S shooters oat and the Po -der
City shooters had 100 on the firing
line. Wilmington won by two targets,
.ind In winning won its second 1 1 1; 1 1
championship, and the 22rd successive
match. Do you think 178 shooters
w ould have come out for an ordinary j
shooting match? They would not. It
was the league competition that'
drought theni out.
Ju the opening shoot of the Western
Pennsylvania league this fall 153 1
shooters came and fired at 100 target.M. i
The Western Pennsylvania League is:
a wonderful organization, has a won-
derful lot of fine troipshooters, and
does a wealth of good for trapshoot
Ing in Western Pennsylvania. It Is,
such leagues as the Philadelphia Trap
shooters' ami Western Pennsylvania
League 'bat keep trapr.hooting llw.
Wh there Isn't more of them is be-,
Where would basebnll he without
Its leagues? How many people do you i
think would look at a baseball game
between independent baseball league i
teams? Very few They are Inter-i
estcd In leairue competition because
they feel that thobe playluc will put!
forth greater effort than they would'
In an ordin.it match They are right, i
II would be lust the same In trap-
shooting Most any Irapshot would
rather shoot In a league match than
In a small club mutch. There is lots
of room for county and trl-county
leagues and wherever leagues are i
formed we arc firmly convinced that
Mie clubS interested will thrive with
the league. The Central Ohid. North
ern Ohio. Central Nebraska, and Col
orado Trapshootlng Leagues are proof
TAKES STEPS TO
OAKLAND. Cal Dec. 0. Eox
I prs wishing lo enter contests tn
, Oakland; Will have to present cre
dentials proving permanent
means of support other than box
ing, the city council of Oakland
announced Wednesday The nc
tion follows the recent prohibition
of all boxing bouts by the board
of supervisors of San Francisco
where it developed that certain
professional followers of boxing
have been implicated in attacks
on young women.
NAVhM TO ANNOUNCE
NEW TIGER LEADER
DETROIT Dec. s. Frank J Na
vln. president of the Detroit Ameri
0 ma announced tonight that he might
announco a decision on a new man
ager of the Tigers during the New
York baseball meeting Only minor
details it has been reported, are de
laying Ty Cobb's acceptance of the
LOSES TO MXGRMiCK
PORTLAND. Ore . Dec 8. Boy
McCornilck. light heavyweight cham
pion of England, received the decision
over Battling Levlhsky of Philadel
phia on a foul In the seventh round
of a Scheduled 10-round bout, at Mil
waukee arena tonight Up to the sev
enth round McCormick had a slight
shade The foul was declared unin
tentional by Levlnsky.
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POCCHKIORPSIE. N V , Dec. 8.
George Browne, for many yenrs right
fi.Mer for the New York Nationals,
died of tuberculosis at his home in
Hyde Park late tonight
Inch to I
Final Tourney of Year Will Be
Staged Sunday; Keen In
terest in Matches
' Members of the Ogden Gun club
will stage a club tournament of 50 ftpH
birds at Ihe club traps next Sunday H
morning The program will be a H
moneyed shoot and has been arrang- H
by Dr. R. K Worrell and Tonv
Bchuff lobar ger and from all Uidlca- H
tiops it will be one of the snappiest 1
shoots iage.l this year. Inasmuch as H
there are several new members In tho H
organisation the program will he so H
arrangod that the beginner will stand 1
Just as good i chance at winning as H
The program will be as follows: M
Event. Target. Entrance, Money H
1 In tn mi - &V
l in fin 5
The Jack Rabbit ,syst in of rules H
will be adopted in the shoot. A $3
entrance fee will be charged for the
50 targets and six cents will be paid
back for every target .broken. In H
cacb ten -bird event the six cents for
targets missed will go Into a pot to
Which $0 v.-HI he added. This will bo 1
divided Into four monies as follows:
40 per cent. 30 per cent. 20 per cent H
.ind 10 per cent- The shooter break
ing the entire ten birds will rev H
40 per cent of the money and If tied ll
for honors the pol will he spilt. H
The shooter breaking nine of the H
clay birds will receive 30 per cent
.villi.- the gent breaking eight birds H
Will receive 20 per cent and the next H
highest 10 per H
arc expected to attend the shoot. Don
Morrison and Dave Hood ot Salt Lake
are two of the men who wih be listed '
for the shoot. This event will no
d'-oibt close the shooting season tor
mis A large crowd la H
o be 1 ii t fci I ,
MAT STARS FALL , I
WHILE AT WORK W
MITCHELL, S. D., Dec. 9.--Bob HH
Evans of Sioux Palls and John jar- H
I imiinsun, wrestlers, nroKO IL.O'ieti a H
vindow in the city hall auditorium H
here and fen t0n feet Into a standing H
; aunmoblle Wednesday night Eans
suffering a badly lacerated hack. H
Karounsarl who landed on top of H
caped i few s r i . 'M
The match had gone eleven minutes H
when the a. .-Ident happened The H
1 pair pressed close to the edge of the
mat when one of the wrestlers appar
ently lost his balance and fell through
ihe large pane of glass, dragging his
opponent with him. H
Qvans revived shortly after the fall B
where lils wound t Jn s ed A
CHANGE DATE FOR I
AMES. la, Dec. S. C. V Maser iH
athletic director of Iowa State col-
lege, today announced that Nebraska B
unl ersltj h td offered to change th lr
dale from November 5 to November
10 for next year's game. The latter 1
.date had been left open by the Ames
I athletic authorities for the usual Iowa B
i university home coming conte-t. H
j Iowa, however, chose t0 sever rela
! tions and scheduled with Northwest- 1
ern university for that date, tho
game to be played at Evanston
Ames and Iowa have had almost H
I continuous athletic relations since
1 1901 and the break came as a disap-
polntment to football fjans through-
out the state H
J0RGENS0N SIGNS TO ' ; 1
TVvIRL FOR WHITE SOX
'EDAR FALLS. Iowa. Dec 9. Pe- Ull
ter Jorgenson, rtar pitcher of the Iowa
f State Teachers' college nine for sev- EflV
I era seasons, and captain In 1319 has KflU
I.:L1C, a contract With the Chicago
; White ..v and win the whi?a 1
i for : be southern training fl
camp next spring Jorgenson is f
located at Guttenburg. Iowa, where skkfl
; he lb superintendent of schools
vl AM MORE OF IT.
TOLEDO While the Dempsey- iH
trpentlei match is voyaging back
and forth between New York. Cuba.
'London and Paris, the f.H's ftt Toledo iiil
;are wuiting for a last-minute chance liil
l to snap it up. bH
I Rounds BOXING Rounds I H
Wasatch athletic blub M I
Eagles' Building, 8:30 o'clock M
B Al Young vs. Young Papke m W
m Claire Brorneo vs. Abe Misiikind m Mm
'Mysterious' Jimmy Brown vs, Battling Jack Oaley
B Eddie Burns vs, Young James B
Booby Walker vs. Jack Sneddon B H
Another Four-round Scrapand an
Added Feature. -V
;V' Tickets on Sale at Hemenway &
Moser and De Wit Cigar Stores
The Bell will Ring at 8:30 o'clock ' j,