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"Weelc-End Edition, April 1-2, 191G. 15
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EL PASO HERALD
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ISTEI INDOOR
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Track Atluetes of a Dozen
Colleges and Athletic
Clubs Participate.
irallis. Ore.. April I. With team!
fi'im over a dozen colleges and ath
letic clubs participating, the Amateur
tliletlc union held Us first western
indoor championship track meet here
oday. The events were run off In the
mtional guard armory under the aus
j.iros of tho Oregon Agricultural col
l"te. Special trains brought large delega
tions of out-of-town spectators, at
tracted by reports that several indoor
i ei-ords were sure to be equalled or
I'roken. The meet brought together
the most promising group of athletes
since the contests last year at the
r.inama-raclfic exposition in San
1 luncisco.
The program or eTents in their or-'
- was as follows: Eighty-five yard
ash. 220 yard dash, 440 yard run, MO
: nrd run.
Ninety yard hurdle race (eight
hurdles, 3 feet inches high), 220 yard
luirdles (ten hurdles -2 feet 6 inches
hi;h.
One mile run, rie mile run, pole
i ault. running high jump, running
(Moad Jump, IS pound shot-put, discus
Hi row, javelin throw.
one of the events that attracted
fiieat interest was the special five
'" ,tch raC8 ,n which Smith of
Washington State collage and Millard
. the Olympic club of San Francisco,
"nilictcd. The Los Annlu Athlatln
lnh was represented by a star dele
gation that included Kred Kelly,
hurdler, and Pete Bagnard. weights.
xmong other prominent entries were
he&ter Fee, University of Oregon
Javelin thrower. Miller and Pynn,
Washington State sprinters; Small
lllamette university sprinter and
Masses I niverslty of Idaho sprinter.
FULTON" ANDDILLON
MAY BE MATCHED
fonilnued From lrcilou Page.)
and dispose of another western giant
I'nd Fulton of Rochester. Minn. be
forn seeking a championship match
with Willard. There is no doubt that
I u It on would give either one of them
'lie hardest battle of any man In tho
"untry today This may sound big,
hut from what I have seen of Pulton
Wtelv, I feel convinced that he has a
. iiaure with any of , them Moran and
illaj-d included. A battle at this time
h twe ,i Fulton and Moran would
i fate a tremendous amount of lnter-
' and then the winner would cer
i ilnly have the best claim possible for
. title match with Big Jess. Mike Col
'iiip manager of Fulton, was at the
niiKslde and Issued a challenge to tho
winner. Collins made the statement
iImi he would match his man against
x lllard for any number of rounds and
.li. a side bet, but that he was also
willing to take on Moran or any other
heavyweight in the country for a lim
it' d round contest or a marathon hat-
tk and let the winner meet Willard In
a world's title match.
Dillon Also There.
Jack Dillon, the Hoosler bear cat,
v, as also at the ringside with his man
mer. Sam Burbarger. to issue a chal
lenge to the winner. Jack, better
known as the giant killer, was more
.inxlous to make a match with Moran
ttian Willard. I think that Jack real
Ires that It would be a very tough
came to stack up against a man of
Willard 's physique, and It looks to me
like a gooB bet that be will 'not be
matched with the champion, although
there may be talk of such a contest.
Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman, who
was knocked out br Fulton in Milwau
kee recently, was around the city after
the fight and did not mince his words
when he stated that he considered Ful
ton one of the hardest hitters In the
business, and that if he ever met Moran
or Willard he would like to bet a lit
tle money that the Minnesota man
tomes out winter. Of course Flynn Is
not over popular -with Willard, and he
may have let his feelings run away
with himself in making the statement.
hut just the same Flynn has a whole
lot of respect for Fulton, as a heavy -
w eight. '
ALWAYS TAKE PAPA'S ADVICE
BY WHEELAN
Copyright. 191. International News Serrlc
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YALE SEEMS SH2"
OF CHAMPIONSHIPS
N'aw Haven runiL, April 1 President
H-dly'a remarks that Tale's athletin ought
to go Into the hands of a receiver Is Inten
sified by the record of the year so far.
Only on championship, swimming, has been
won In any branch of Indoor or outdoor
sports. There Is a movement now to pay
more Attention to the development of prom
Mng untrained or partly trained material,
while not.negiectlmT the veterans.
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17 ASTERN sport writers who picked
" Willard to beat Moran are still
singing that old song "I Told You
So," while those who doped Moran as
the winner are busy explaining why
he didn't win.
pVERY one of the Moran-WUlard
pictures that the writer has seen
shows Moran to have been the
aggressor in the fight. If Willard
ever forced the pacethe camera men
failed to get it on record.
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jVJILWAUKEE promoters have got
the "purse craze at la Rickard,"
and are offering $30,000 to Willard
for a ten-round bont with Fred Ful
ton. These big purses for ten
round no-decision boats are doing the
sport far more harm than good.
CONDAY'S sports include the base-
ball donbleheader at Rio Grande
park in the afternoon; golf and
tennis at the Country clnb all day;
trap shoot of the Pass City Gun
club at 9:30 a. to. and 'steen games
by the amateur baseball teams of the
city.
QNE New York club has offered
Fred Fulton a guarantee of
$10,000 for a ten-round fight with
Frank Moran. And -e thought,
when Willard won the champion
ship, that the, "grab it" days for the
"hopes" were past
If Hair's Tour Frlde I se Hi i il Idf.
Advertisement.
("YDR daily hint to Commercial
leaguers: "If you are pitching
and the call is three balls, no strikes
and the bases full with a .330 batter
at the plate, it might b- ell to try
the efficacy of prayer."
' I WO good games are promised by
the Commercial leaguers at Rio
Grande park on Sunday afternoon.
If the quality is up t- the standard
set in the first two doublcheaders
this season no one will have a kick
coming. By the way, don't forget
that the time of starting has been
changed and the first game gets
"ndcr way at 2:15.
"Q00D THINGS" are the order of
the day at the Hot Springs
racetrack and the bookmakers have
been hit some wallops that they will
remember for many a long diy. The
judges are working overtime nling
off jockeys and horsemen.
f f
jfyJIKE NEFF caught the golf fever
so bad this past winter that he
hasn't yet started talking tennis and
the Border States tournament at
Tucson is only six weeks away.
However, there are still hopes that
the veteran will switch to tie sum
mer game shortly and take part in
the "G. 0. M." events at Tucson.
Lewis Tires of Resting Three Weeks
Prospect
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RW YORK. April 1.
Lewis is. Ired of resting-. The
nearest thing to perpetual mo
tion in the boxing game is yearnlns
to return to the ring- after a rather
protracted layotf for Lewis of three
weeks. lVhen in trim Ted-Kid thinks
nothing of battling- four or five times
during three weeks.
The Driton, who has as strong a
claim to the welterweight champion
ship as any man in the business, de
sires action: and his mentor, Jimmy
Johnston, intends to give it to him in
tho form of numerous matches. It
was at Johnston's instigation that
Lewis took a vacation after battling
his way to the apex of the welter
weight division. Hut for Jimmy's re
straining hand, Lewis would have
gone along until he was stale. But
Jolmes put the check-rein on his am
bitious battler Just in time.
Is Under 145 Pound.
Lewis has been idling these many
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Ted-Kid , (three) weeks, and desDite the Ions
layoff has added little weight He is
under the 145 pound mark, and with
a little training we have his own
word for it could make 135 pounds
for Freddy Welsh, if only Frederick
would give his definite consent to a
match. Welsh has tentatively agreed
to such an arrangement. i
Johnston has three matches In view
and should he be returned the victor
In all three Ted-Lewis would be In a
fair way of claiming another world's
championship to the one he now has.
Lewis's first match upon his re
entry into the game will be with
guess whom? We'll not prolong the
suspense. Packey McFarland Is the
name. Yes, Packey is going to go
through the motions of another "come
back," and Ted-Kid Lewis has been se
lected as his first "victim." Ted is
willin'.
Fight nt Cktchrrrlghts.
Frank Mulkera, who is running a
Milwaukee fight club, has buzzed Into
McFarland's ear, and tho proposition
listens good to lackey. Of course, he
will not make any weight for anyone,
which means that he and Lewis will
battle at catchweights Packc-, how
ever won't outweigh Ted-Kid by more
than ten rounds, Lewis can afford
to give the frstwhlle wlsard ten
pounds, and h$ may beat him in the
bargain.
Mulkern holds out good Inducements
for Lewis to take a flyer at Mr. Mc
Farland, and it is unlikely that Johns
ton will turn down the chance for his
man to tackle Packey. Mulkern has
two open dates In May. the first and
third weeks. Johnston Is ready to ac
cept a date during the first week of
May, as he desires Lewis to o through
with the two other .natches before the
latter part of May.
Illtchle and WclIi.
Should Lewis be successful in defeat
ing McFarland, Johnston has prom
ised ti put his protege on at the Gar
den with Willie mtchie and champion
Freddy Welsh in the order named.
Ritchie and Lewis are not ring
strangers, for Lewis gavo Ritchie a
sound whipping on their first meeting
In a bout advertised for the welter
wolcht rhampionshlp or the world
7U drfPdting McK.irland and Ritnh.
thete w mild bo none left to dinputp
If itntlnuril on page 11M
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