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1 Hii QUUEN 5 I A?JL' VKL-bAAIWliNhiX FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, J E
Frankic Harris Says Sore Nose
ii Prevents His Meeting
H "Fighting" George Bollls, feaiticr-
H weight champion of riah. who will
H III -i i bridle of i - ngelca in
H tin- irisr round main eveol of ihf- Wa-
H patch tonight.
H The featherweight crown of n.ih
H will be in i he balance touighl when
George SollU of Salt Lake tangles
H wit h Eddie James the fast California
K ladi in the star boul of the Wasatch
H Athletic lull program. Sollia has
B held the title for many months and
B although several boys have held him
H c'fn. none has n able to sepa-
i .hi- him from the championship,
m James, who fought Sollis a furious
nix-round battle in Salt Lake a few I
H weeks ago. ha remained in Utah for
H the opportunity of again meeting the
B Salt Tke lad. Eddie says he is now
B limaied and can step throug
H , 'periods at whirlwind speed. The fans
M are promised a treat when these fast
H Manager Jim Downing announced
H today that -'rankle Harris, the Og-
fl den lightw Ight, notified him last
H night that he has decided not to
meet Jimmy Munson in the semi
H wind-up. despite the fact that Harris
declared he would take the fast Salt
H Laker on when the match was made
H last week Harris complained that he
had received a broken nose in his re-
Iceni &ait i.aKc name ami mat mem-'
ber had not healed to the exu nt that
he- could afford to have It pounded I
tonight. Manager Downing said.
When the news reached Promoter
Downing immediate steps were made
to'land Ja"y Solomon of Salt Lake to,
langlc With Munson Downing an- 1
nounced that the fan will be furnish- i
ed a special seml-windup In spite of
the-laat minute decision of Harris not
to enter the ring.
"Buss" Boyle of Ogdcn and Rod j
Brlgs of Salt Lake are all primed I
for four heavy rounos of slugging- ;
The fans will also witness the return
to the local rlnp of Hid Cuckoo, who
has always furnished much excite
ment and comedy when in tho ring.
Cuckoo will miv wlthVoimc Rul
lough, an Ogdcn boy who-looks prom
ising. Lloyd VVyott of Hoselder county Is
scheduled to tangle with Spugjry Mc
Geo of Ogden in four rounds. Wyolt
la expected to furnish the snne heavy
going produced last week when he
made a host of friends in the city.
The curtain-raiser should furuisii
action for Led Hoffman Ol 6 iffalo
Ill toe the ni.irk with Roy I'rice .f
Ir. iew of the fact that Ogdcn
stores will be open unil 'J o'clock to
H Gifts He WA
i your best judgment its well
as li-sl wishes,
i !ct it add to bis eoiufortj
and appearance without !-
traftinn from his appreeia-
tipu "T qualil y
let ns Ruggeat -.
H OUT muff ors. neckwear.
H ! gloves lined or ujnlined, li-
H Biery, dressing "-owns, hells. I
H ' cuff links, hnnrlkrn-chiel's
H ' --come iu tniorrow and
H ye 'II show j ou 1 be gifl s be
W will like.
H Next Door to Orpheum Theater
I "CUSTOM TAiLOfttD CLOTHES"
OGDEN MAY GET
Plan? on Foot to Bring Big
Amateur Mil and Mat
Th- Ogdcn Athlelie association ol
Ogden ha.- mud application with thej
Intertnpuntain Ajs oehvCio:) of 0e An
atetir Athl. 'i. UhlQn for the ;: 1 box
lug and wrestling tourney, it th' tou
ncv is awarded the (deal club the title
unite hen In tfbxlng and wresWliig will
bi held here during th latter parti
.r iiir month of March aocbrdlng to.!
pi- in plana; Berotofote the matched
havt -ii s heoh held fn y:ib Lake.
1 Sin states are roprettentcd in the
ternrbuntain aanoclatlon and if the'
Ituurne, is granted t 'gil:i. the f'1
i t thi ; el'y wi'l sec 90nte first itej
bi .i'i--.. Stars from nvery on" .( thej
, - rtatee have already -,rri'ifiii their
lrffeittron of en crlhg and suecfess has'
already been aseijrefl
George Xejaon, heavyweighl wrest-
lor, and instructor in tho mar gante al '
Lbnl r tli- Pr est ion, iia.. achdhln stat
v da :tK'' tba! he would enta
In- least i-ichi first ruio mat men hi1
lh i n i'hev are plenty of anin-
i ,i boxers and WTrestlers In ogden, I
and 'in- fact together with thi- fact,
thai the other pnrts of L:tah will alao
tnippbrt the tourney ) sending In con-j
teatanta should make the tourney ai
iveiii sin-' res .
Medals for ihe winners of first, sec-j
"Hi Mini third places in both wreatling
and lioxthg Will bo ,iwardel
The state, titles are decided every
year - the tabs arc assured of slam;
' iolng ent am! nip and tuck,
nun v-nii's', when eve c amateur! meet.
ii is .i certainty thai the tournament:
it" held, will prove successful. Defln
be plans will be announced just as,
-u m aa the action is taken by the ln
lieorge Uiles, who was recently'
tied prenldent of the rntermonntaln I
i '"i iiaf aaaured the gden of-
cf corfst deration In awarding
tl)o iburnamept, and an answer from;
the prexy should be received during!
the coming week.
FAST CARD FOR '
MIT-MAT SHOW AT
SALT LAKE MONDAY
From areseni indications the S. n. I
, . siRii will be placed ifi order at the
I rjlheu pi theatre In Salt Lkc next
; Monday night vlyh . joit fans of
i Utah turn out to honor the inte Wal
ter D. BratS. Tickets for the show-:
are going fust, according to reports
I received from Salt lxtk. Ogden. Lo-j
gan. PrOVp. Gingham an i other cities
in the state vill be well represented
whfn the b'l Bounds.
The testimonial will i:e fciittires
with classy events. The boxing con
test of twelve rounds between Al
Vounsr of ogden and Abie Miahkind j
of Salt Iake should be a hummer.
Jack Dcmpey v ill be the third man
in the ring in this event Both Ypungi
land Mlshkind are lightweights and I
wll! no doubt give the fans a treat
j Two other mitt events will also be
litd on the card. The entertainment
will close with a wrestling match be
tween Ira Dern of Salt laKe and Ous
tav Hansen of Wisconsin. This match
will be best two out of three falls lo
Btardy Downing has charge of the
boxing program while Harry Heagren
is promoting the wrestling end of the
card. The entire proceeds from Pie
I show will be turned over to the fam
! !! Of Walter liratz. The first event
'; will tart at 8:30 o'clock sharp.
Star to Abandon Races
PHILADELPHI A. Dec. 2L- Ld !
! Shields, one of the stars of (ho Unl-,
! varsity pf Pennsylvania swimming
team, announced today that he soon i
would leave the university and prob
i ably would not comoete in the i tiani
pionship tournament of the Intercol
' leglate association. He plans to enter
o '. .i i.. i
; uinht. Tronioter Dawning lia.s an
nounced that ho will not start hD first
evejityUntU that hour.
KENTUCKY DERBY PURSE
OF $60,000 IS ARRANGED
i LEXINGTON, Ky.. Dec. 24. The
purse for the Kentucky derby to be
run at Churchill Downs, Louisville,
M.i 7, 18JI, has been Increased to
(50.400, It was anpounced Thursday
by Col. w. J. W:nn, gincral manager
of the Kcutu. ky Jockey club.
This sum. together with entry and
nomination fees, will make 'he total
value Of the race in excess of S G0.0U.
The Value of th( rape to the winner
I in 120 was $33.UOO.
i The spring racing season In Ken
I tu-:k will open in Lexlngtou April
i . ;i;id extend sht(y-one tiays to July
I S, the state racing commission dectd
i e l today. Lexington will have ten
. days of racing. Louisville 20 dayK at
'n- ChurchUj Downs truck, and La
I tonia thirty-one days.
i LYNCH TAKES VACATION: ,
I WILL THEN DEFEND TITLE
CHICAOb, De 24 - Joe Lynch.
I new bantamweight hexing champion'
of the world, will lake a month's va
cation am! the n start " the serious bUSl-
; i of defending his title." Liiii
, vieade, h" Ptariagei, announced today.
1. Lynch went Into seclusion ufter the;
; figlit iidnesda , in which he H i-j
umphi-ii oyer i'ct- Hernian.
A tour of irli counto'i " which he'
will iu i mny bantamweight aspl-
Lrants i. being planned, Meade said.!
"uie tiiinjr Is sure," be added "In-
i will not u.-' to England; the little old j
It'. S. A. is big enough for us."
JAY GOULD TO DEFEND
PR0FESH' TENNIS TITLE
PHILApBpPHTA, Dec- 24; Play
for thy professlojial tennis coin tlth
j of America, starts at the Racquet club
In this city on January 10. The lead
ing professionals of the country are
entered In the event which will con
tinue throughout the week.
Jay (Jould, open champion of Amer
j lea. and amateur champion of the
I world, will defend his title In a round
! with the winner of the tournament.
K MM i: W ins BOUT.
ST L'Ol 18, Dec. J4. - Pewee" Kai
ser of St. Louis was given the news
paper decision over Harry tansell of
I England in nn eicht round bout lr :t
night. The) art; bantamweight.
i New Mat Champ His Victim
and How lie Did It
Picture shows Ed "Strangle? Lewis, the new heavyweight wrestling champldn demonstrating his ramonr
beadlock hold with which he oll the tltli from Joe Stechcr
Championship matches don't always
run true to dope.
In fact, dope loses its power to thrill
unless spilled now and then.
Joe steelier was doped to continue
his long reign as czar of the mat game
before he mel Ed "fltrangler" Lewis
the other night In the big towr..
Lewis spilled that dope In exactly 1
l our. 41 minutes and 66 seconds with
his powerful headlock hold.
The strength ( th new and ths
deposed champ lies In different parts
Of their muscled bodies. The POWI r
of Lewis is chiefly In his arm. Steepl
er's Is In his legs.
f-- 5 j
i S i ill 18 DAVIS HI I".
K.AY8V1 LLL. Dec. 34. M b. Bast
Hiprli school hOOPStprs of Salt lik
defeated the Jlais High schoolers on
tho local floor yesterday afternoon,
the score being is to 10! The con
test w.-ia ;i t;ici) exhibition of the1
indoor sport, th basket shooting of
The two teMitiK b( iiik erratic and their
guarding joor. But ten field goals
were registered during th contest.
The Leopards meet American Fork
Hlph school nt Amencin 1'ork this
N I s Ml JH. Ml KIM M K -(.
BEATER CITY. Dec. 24. Murdock
went down to defeat at the hands of
'ho tVeSl High hoopsters here last
night, 26 to 20. Close guarding by
both teams featured the contest. Greg
or le;id th,- entire field In field bas
kets, caging three.
M (. 2H. Im1 , 2D
MAGNA, Dee. J4. Th,. Magna A. C
defeated the Tooele HJgh school five
here last nisht 28 to 20
! TREMONTttN, Ucc 24. The Tr
!iionton . . C. easilv defi-ated 'lie vteur
lllvor quint here last nishi, the count
being 4 9 to 27. Fallentine and Hawes
jwerc the bright stars for the winners.
MORG n DJEPE 1TKD.
COALVILLE. Dec. 24. The North
Summitt High school quint defeated
tho Morgan five here last night 39 to
24. in a fast basketball contest. Fran
cis starred for the Morgan warriors
w hile Pace ariH Fnrrcll were the bright
(lights for tho winners.
Is Detroit picking a bloomer bl
naming Tv Cobbs manager of its ball i
naming Ty Cobb manager of its bail
Over wore the spiked shoes than th
Georgiii Peach. He has been hard at
times to Pianage and has often hadj
rumpuses with fellow teammates and i
the players on other clubs.
But now that he is turning his hand
and his brain to nlajiaging the club op
whic h he has starred so long, his leni-,
peranicntal qualities may be either an
asset or a liability, depending upon
j In bis younger playing das Ty's
temper kept him In trouble much of
the lime, but he is cooler-headed now;
land perhaps his old stubbornness will'
ripen Into a firmness that will be an!
lasset to him as n manager. Anvhow,
it will be interesting to watch him
He Is smart. He has courage. He ,
would have succeeded in sixty other i
J line of business
Ty Is shouliierinK a blg'load. le
iroit lias failed to get good pitchers.
lEvert when they won three pennants
in a row it was the great hittuiK
power of tho club not the pitchers
'thatthroiight the team under the wire.
Cobb, like Trls Speaker of Hip In-
Idians, will b? cast in the role of an
outfield playing manager.
Ii the Georgian's powers are in-creas-d
b; the .iui.-j CJf a munagcr
Speaker's have been, tho Tigers will
""j" m r'.'Kuiar ohm ciud again mat
is, if he can get the missing cylinder
jf the Detroit team namelv a pitch
tiiving the Bpltterfl a new lease on
life reveals the human as well as the
mercenary side of baseball.
Owpers have turned the question
over to the judge and his advisory
board with the recommendation that
the pitchers now certified as users
ol (he most deliver) be perniified To
COPlillUe it Hi" rest of their big
league pitching days.
All oi which 'means ihat when the
flags gp up and the bands play next
April some of the opening games will
be presided over inol likely by
Staple) CoveleSkte, Urban Shocker.
Alien llussell, Burleigh Grimes, Dill
Doak. Clarence Mitchell, Marvin
Goodwin, liny Fisher, jack Quinn and
Other star float heavears won't have
, to read waul-ads looking for new
The apitballert outlay of boih
'leagues i? estimated to be worth
around b half million dollars.
Owners would be chucKinr. so much
, money in the fire if the rule made
last year serving a one year notice
ion this classification of pitchers, was
' not junked and a new one insr-rtcd
Thai is the commercial angle of
! the proposition.
But the men who deal in human
I baseball chattels probably havn'i
tho heart to put such stars at, are
The title match was virtually a test
between the Strangler'a headlock and
I Steelier' a body scissors hold
A .ear ago this same pair matched
their strength for over three hours la
New York with Stecher flnall; tossing
i Lewis In a dramatic finish Three min
utes before the fall the Nebraskan
staggered around the iIhr Buffering
from the vise-like (trip of the headlbi
which he had just, escaped. Lewis
sought a final showdown by leapinK
at Steelier hut missed hi" hold. This
gave- the champion his chance and he
made short work of the tired contend
er. That was a year ago.
DEAF TEAM TO
State Institution Will Have
Fast Hoop Five in New
Under the direction of a capable
coach thp hoopsters of the I'tah School
for the deaf are making great, head
way and arp primed for the coming
!season. In past years the aggregation
I representing the school has been more
than successful and the coming season
Will not doubt see the players on their
itocs. The team will enter the city
l Although the first lilts in the i'om
imcrcial race will not be played until
I January (. Coach Werner is losing no
tlnio in getting his men In perfect con
dition. They defeated the fast Scowcroft
team last Tueadaj evening and expect
Ito have one of the fastest te.iius In
the new circuit
The first team Is" composed or Cap'-
taln T. Austin. RasmUMOn, Wright,
Robertson. Glenn. Goga ind Stebblns,
Captain Austin has been playing won
derful ball for the school team, and
lis one of the best bets on the aggre
gation. His floor work and basket
Shootlns; i- w !l aboe the avorage
.player. At forwards Vtasmusscn and
Wright are the main stars. These two
; men are caglnfr demons and are out
to hang up new scoring records during
the comliiR season. Glenn and Rob
ertson at guards are also stars of the
All of the men named with the ex
ception of Slebbins li;ie had from
one to five years experience, it Is said
The second team ut the school Is
also composed of first rate players.
This aggregation Is made up of the
follow ln: playeng: Hansen, Kirk., a.
Goga, Blileter, Preston, Ball, Carter
Games with out of Oitj teams an
being arranged for the coming season
by Coach Werner and the deal play
era will no doubt be well taken care
'of, In the numbei of names el ayed
during tlie campaign.
Ijml year the flr.si team made a
tour of Wyoming and Colorado inl
returned to Ogdel) Willi several belts
added to their long list.
represented in this group out of btisl
ness by depriving thorn of their pitch
This is ihe human and the better
II is Lap angle which appeals to
the fan. win suport (lie game
Wo don't know which motive was
the stronger with the Cluh owners
when they recommended that bona
ride Bpitters be allowfd to carry on.
Perhaps it was the money, bui it's
kinds nice to imagine that human
sentiment shared equally in it.
I From that time on Lewis tr.im' (l
constantly perfecting his famous bold.
I And now It has brought him the title
The headlock i s modified form pf
the strangle Kr'p. now barred. The
difference js that Hie arms are grape
Ivlned about the head Instead of the
SO that's that. Stecher will return
to Dodge, Neb;, minus his title. Lewis
I will splash his name across the blll
boards of matdom. The dope is now
'turned in his alley. And .ome day
I somebody will come along and spill it.
vr f By varden
The athletes throughout thcstatei
have all chirped "Merry Christmas."
and that also goes for the. fans. Some (
of the members of the college teams
In various parts of the state will place
their Ro. ks In this evening with a ro
uuest that Santa leaves a state title
The Utah Athletic association's fast 1
hoop team will meei the Ogden A A
warriors on the polished floor here
Ja-huary In. Following this content-1
'the A. A. stars will tangle with the,
I Utah Aggies, the LJnlverslts of Uiah,
'H V. LI., and other aggregations in,
Bfforts ar.- being made to ha- the
local team Me wiih Montana State,
'Colorado School of Mines and the I nH
Iv'erslty of Nevada hOOPSti rs during be
coming season. These games, if ar
ranged, should be hummers.
Doth the Montana five and the ColO
irado stars arc duo to Invade I'tah In
Kebruarx Roth tcuins "ill also meet
the L'niversity or Utah on the polished
I floor, according lo ih (lop i'ooi..
Champions come nml ko Jo- Lynch,
I who defeated rjcte Herman tor the
! bantamweight title al Madison Squai
Garden, however expects to hoid.hU
tile for a good many moons. Lynch
U bui 2C years of ape and one of the
most promising fighters in the
i whih nut engaged In fighting in the
WiTH THE BOXERS
CHICAGO; Dec. ti. ret e Zivic. a
member Of the I nited States boxing
train at the Olympic games, will turn
professional on Christmas afternoon,
whin ho meets Patsy Young in one
oi ibe preliminaries in the Harr
'GrebLJeff Smith argumehi in Pitta
burg. ZlvlC Is a hanlamw eight and
was one of the mosl consistent ama
tetQ winners In ihe Pittsburg di.siric:
lie w:is del.. ned ;i i i he mpic ';i.nn s
;n the linal bouts of his class.
V.'illie Jackson. New York lisht
ht, who has been bid up for the
last two weeks nlth ? bad cold in the
muscles of his t-houldters. hns started
training. One of his first bouts will
probably be. with Lffff Tendler at UI1
, waukee on January 26.
Fighting Dlali LoadmaB, leather
weight, ol Buffalo, and Mike Dundee
i of Rock Island, III., will feature in the
final bout Tuesday night at Fond du
Lao, Wis. Dundee scored a knockout
the other night over Youns Kick of
' Rockford in four rounds.
Kid McCoy, heavyweight of two de
cadss ago, has become a broker in
Loi Angles. The Kid, whose real name
is Norman Selby, is makim: his home
Rock) Kansas. Buffalo lightweight.
I is back on the shelf with R fractured
thumb It's too bad Rocky injures his
hand o much ll he could work as its
' ularly as Jack Rrltton he would be
, one of tjhe wealthiest scrappers in Ihv
' game. Kansas claims he has not met
a serious defeat in more than two
PORTLAND. Uie.. Dec. 24. Jot
Benjamin, Portland lightweight . won a
ten round decision pyei Hari- Schii
nian of Deliver here las' Bight. Ben
jamin floored the Demer tighter twice
in ihe second round, but the latter, by
a great rally, managed tfl stick it out.
in the ten-round semiwindep Frankie
Murphy, Denver lightweight, .stopped
Lloyd Midden of Seattle in the fourth
STERLING, Colo.. Dec. 2L--Bud
Clance: of Detroit, Mich knocked out
Harry Williams of Sydney, Neb., in the
.second round of a scheduled six round
Iboui here laiU night. Clancey weighed
158 DOUhdS and Williams enleied the
'rin;. al 190
i MA1HSON. Wis., Dec 24, liasket
I ball practice at the University of
Isconsln, suspended over the holi
days, will be resumed on Monday,
preparatory to the final pre-seasojn
I games with South Dakota The first
1 conference game is with .Northwest
I pril on Januar.v 13.
padded circle. Lynch is working for
his father driving a motor truck
An'd to top the climax. Lynch's sis
ter, is one of his seconds in nearly
ever' fight In which he takes part
She swings the towel like a polished
The hoop schedule for the high
school divisions of the stale will be
booked at the meeting of coaches from
all parts of Utah at Salt Lake next
week. Considerable interest is looked
forward to In th- coming division races
and irom advance dope received, they
will all be hard fought
Coach Wood) Itomney's Davis high
school hoopsters, champions of the
tat( In 192U. have lost four game,
thus far this season Hut on the other
hand early season Ramos fail to count
in Hi.- percentage column and Romney
: as hopes of romping home with an
other state ntie.
The Ohio State gridiron team will
hold a light workout at the Tourna
ment of Roses park. Pasadena, today
.n their arrival from the north. Coach
VVilofl put his-men through the paces
y ester Oa and Is confident that his
. ,iu will romp Off the field a Winner
New Year resolutions will soon be
in order. Perhaps 'Weber and Ogden
will both have a great many 4o make
i V. -p. and the crimson warriors are
'also due to cast a few.
Washington Star Cops Two
Events of Prominence Dur
ing Shooting Season
The average sportsman Is mighty
i?lad lo win one championship 8 sea
son in his favorite sport, but two trap
shooters find two tltlea safely tucked
kWay in camphor as the 19'U cam
paign ends. ne of I he fort. mate j mi
ners Is tS C. Wheeler, a Cherokee In
dian, who resides in Pawhuskn, u!ia.
The other is Frank M. Troeh. Van
couver. Wash., a member of the victor
ious I rnieii States Olympic Trap.dioot
'Chler Wheeler won hia champion
ships ai the creat Lakes 'one Handi
cap Tournament held In Mason City,
love July 862, 180. He captured
ihe doubles title ' breaking twenty
five pairs 'fifty targets) straight, a
cord tm i in- Zone tournaments. The
"Chief" also landed the singles eham-
! ihiP In the Great 1-akcs Zone,
oi r-n king I"; out of 300.
Troth's titular Victories also were
in the doubles anil slnples events at
the Pacific Coasl Handicap tourna
ment, held In Walla Walla. Wash..
June 13-lfi. He shattered forty-seven
0u1 of fifty double and 297 out of
BpO singles. His singles -score was the
yocord at the 7one tournaments
Dl M WIN -M It
George Xicolal. the veteran live- bird
marksman of Kansas City. Mo., was a
dual winner. He captured one .ham
: plo'nsbip, ihe singles title ai ihp Piai-
rie Zone tournament held in Omaha.
Xeb.. when he broke -Ot out of 300.
II. jI.jo won Ihe Great 1-iUes llandi
. LP race With ninety-rlne out of 100
i rora ' w enty yards
Nikolai's score at Mason City was
i. ,ia)lei t, Al. Ivins. Pad Hank, X. J..
1 Who celebrated hl fifty-second birth
da) In Cleveland on August 27. bj
w Inning the Grand American Handi
cap from nineteen yards. However,
many Will consider thai the score of
ninety-seven out of 100 credited to
( r iaui j ivivii ui. mc s ,
i nament, where he shot from twentj -
three yards, as the- leading handicap
performance of the season.
rhers was one ninety-nine score in.
the kin Official Preliminary Handicaps,,
j ihls being credited to h K. Mitton, It.
I Collins, ,-oJo.. who won the event at j
the Grand American Handicap to-ir-'
; nament in Cleveland. Mitton shot
i from nineteen yards. He was tied by
! C. A. Rice. RrSc. Pa., sixteen yards,
and Dr. J. P. Pence Minot. N. D.,
j nineteen yards; but Mitton won thel
Three gunners broke Kinety-nlhe of
100 In the Zone eighteen-yard Cham
i pionshlp Abiur Itlai'-. Portland. Ore..
at the Pacific Coat: W S. Hoon, Jew -
al, Iowa, at tin- Great Likes and 1
I Adolph ison. Cedar Bluf, Neb., at I
Uu Prairie. The .scor of ninety-nine,
is lie highest .ui ned in. In tbe na-
tionai evert. V hlch was at 200 targets,
;Maik Arie. Champaign, 111.; who was:
i mi n'" r of the Olympic team, broke
! 99 per cent, or ,19$.
Frank S. Wright, Buffalo; X. T.. also
U in' tube- of ihe Olympic team, who;
i won the national singles title with l!7l
j out of, 200, landed this crown for the
i . .
CROV KM tVlTD HE VDGKARS
A . boxep must noC hurt himself."
Reformers loudly cried.
Nor should be Kill the other guy
! For that Is homicide.
"The maulers should wear two-pound
with x.isiinfc feathers stuffed
Sp none will feci a stinging blow
j No matter how he's roughed "
I "That listens ?ood to me. ' said Luke
McGluke, a hardy pug.
As long as they don't make me fight,
l pon too thick a rug.
A pillow blow won't hurt the foe
But when he hits the floor.
He'll think a mule lias kicked him and
He'll yearn to box no more "
Mickey Shannon took one on the:
bin In Jersej Ctfj ring the other
night and fejl lilic a ton of brick on
: ihe back oT his head. !lc- died from
Naturally there has been a lot of
omment about the tragic end of this
bout and foes of boxiiiK find id yt fur- ,
ther proof of the peril of the sport.;
But in most instances, the death of
j Shannon n accepted as an unfortunate'
break of the game and no alld afgn- '
, inont against properly regulated box
inc. I j
The occasional fatalities to boxers
INDOOR FIELD J
Teams From All Parts o
State Expected to Enti
Plane for an indoor track an H I
meet foi lovers of the game are j Mjjr
ing at Salt Lake, according to '.
Martin, western distance c-ha
who paid rigden a Visit last wea
, meet will be held early in P0 iiH
i ii jerei gymnasium tra h
I from present indications shouK
I hummer. Last year the Aggies
-h. winter special and this yea
I will have another strong team i
n-sw. recording to word receive
Coach E, L. P.omney. H
The program as outlined, w H
. lude the followinK events: H
230-yard sprinfs; 140-yard dasi M
yard 1-mile and 2-rnllc r B
. ,, it i ilso atagt , H
Tlu- m i 1 n.mp .i
step and jump, will featured H
field events. Three relay raci H
i pi etc the card H
Medals for first, second anc H
place winnei-s will be awarded H
ficlala for the meet will be'nam H
j ing the early part of January.
man Basset! will, In all prob H
' he the starter. H
The Ogden A. A. will enter I
combination in Haymond, LarS4 H
tnrson, Lee. and
mc all stars of Hi H
order, and should carry ihe CQ
in over th'
In probability, teams rep1 H
, ing the following schools, Celled H
i,e entered: Ogden'
I tab A A. L'niversity of Utah H
Brigham young Unlyersj H
. hi legion, E'reston, A C. and otf
Both th L'niversity of L'tah a
Vggies will have fast teams ent H
!i- coming meel In the meet -'i
i im on was n 1 1
1 : Martin will ent r H 2
tance events under the colors fl
Elks of Salt Lake. High SChOOlS HHfl
s'.-it,. have been invited to cnle H
BOGUS TICKETS SOLD F
OHIO-CALIFORNIA CON" i
LOS ANCELES. Cal., Dec'
Counterfeit tickets to the Ohio H
football game at Pa,
New Year s day are fieing sold
Angeles and other cities, it wj. H
association, $JL I
whose auspices the cast-west g H
to be H
SAX FRANCISCO, Dec. 14
L'niversity of California football H
which meets the Ohio State iinl H
atPasadena on Xew j H
day, arranged to leave Bcrkel H
for Pasacicna. D
second year in succession thla
this feat bad been a lli
: in the ring don't hamper the H
strongest enemies ( HH
ing and not those who bellev KZafl
condemn plovc enco Ifel
The chief em of boxlt Hj
right in the- boxing camps th 0
commercialize it and pi EH
little inks and snarls in H
Pooi matchmaking, bunk p ,
ing, greediness and double-c IIHI
by Drpmotprs managers and H
th,- more th H
attacks of tho outsiders. SH
to Shaunon s fl
things to protect boxers. IHP
falls to a hard floor are mor K
than the blow from a. : Efl
not fallen hard B
of his he would ha' Ik
d If th,. Plow had crumpli iiBh
i p M of knocking him flat llial
would have been no tragedy r3a!B!
Boxers might wear leather H
gears them from brai
U and skull fractures. Thi BlEnt
night be more fl
3dUs the BC
would disdain using such prot lKf
They're a hardy lot and are wll l
take the small chance of peri iE
injury In the rin?. Boxers hav lEli:
shortcomings and their faults b HHf
courage on the j H
XMAS EVE SPEC! Al
Wasatch ALhleLic Clut
9 P. M.
26 ROUNDS OF BOXING
EDDIE JAMES vs. GEORGE SOLLIS
Los Angeles 6 rounds Salt Lake -
FRANKIE HARRIS vs. JIMMY MUNSON
Ogden Salt Lake
"BUSS" BOYLE vs. RED BRIGGS
Ogden Salt Lake
LLOYD WYOTT vs. "SPUGGY" McGEE
Box Elder County Ogden
KID CUCKOO vs. YOUNG BULLOUGH
RED HOFFMAN vs. ROY PRICE
Prices, $1.00. $1.50, $2.00
tickets on sale at Hemcnway & Moser and DeV