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Curley Clinches (!) George vs. Danno By Dan Packer I IT PLEASES HE to be able to announce to the client* today that Jack Curley'* flying trip to Boston last week was not taken in vain. Jack went up to the bean mining metropolis, hoping against hope to be able to persuade Paul Bowser, the Boston wrestling mogul, to release his prior claim on Don Oeorge for a match with Danno O'Mahoney, the world's wrestling champion. Jack left no stone unturned before setting out on this momentous errand. His. amanuensis, Mr. M. Throckmorton Cohn, delved Into the Talmud, the Greek classics, the writings of Confucius and even the works of Horatio Alger to prepare Jack’s speech, or, sales talk II as It Is called In the vernacular. Mr. Cohn’s social secretary, O. Entwhlstle Wergeles, supplied a set of apt maxims to be quoted at psychological points should Bowser fall to soften under the spell of the Cohn-Inspired oration. Jack himself brushed up on his French so as to be able to handle the situation should the waiter speak to him In that language while he and Bowser were doing Justice to a mess of corned beef and cabbage. Thus fortified, Curley breesed Into the citadel of erudition, cod fish and baked beans and, using the Ell Culbertson approach system, walked boldly up to Bowser, who happened to be amusing himself at the moment, listening to an electrical transcription of the noises made in the heat of battle by Ferenc Holuban, the Neckless Magyar. Curley laid his cards on the table and Bowser, looking at them, was amused to find there were five aces In his hand. “Close all doors and don’t let anyone leave this Joint,” screamed Curley. "Jack Pfefer must be In the house I" . ' i “If he Is, he got in on a pass," answered Bowser. “Where is the Llt vak so we can toss him to the haddock out In Boston Harbor? They like ! kosher Russian meat.” After the excitement over the five aces had died down, Curley launched Into his peroration, which he delivered without rending a single infinitive in twain. Then he gradually warmed up to the main body of his speech. He disposed first of the whys. Then he took care of the wherefores. After that he ran through, in turn, the whereases, the lfs and the buts, and finally, the notwithstanding the facts. In a veritable frenzy of Impassioned oratory, Jack worked hmlself up to his climax. “I ask you, then, Mr. Bowser,” he pleaded, "is It fair to deprive the New York wrestling fans of a chance to see Don George and Danno O’Mahoney in action? Are we mice or are we men? Remember, my bold fellow, all 1s not gold that glitters and It's a long road that has no detour signs. “Am I to go back to New York and tell my constituents that up In Boston there are wrestling magnates who are so lacking in the communal Instinct as to adopt the motto: ‘Everyone for their self?’ Am 1 to report back to my clients that Paul Bowser has become so steeped in selfishness that he will not let George do it? "Who won the Spanish-Amerlcan War? The world series? The match between Willie Hoppe and Matsayuma? How do I know? I’m Interested only in wrestling. Is the proof of the pudding In the eating, or, as in the case of A1 Weill, on the vest? Docs every dog have his day and every Columbus his Knight? What are we coming to anyway, and what’s all this mess in Ethiopia? Now don’t pull that old gag: ‘Well, so long, kid, Abyssinia’ because I docked M. Throckmorton Cohn two weeks pay for Incorporating that same hackneyed quip In a press release Just a year ago, come Whitsuntide, or what may!” Here, Jack paused to take one of the slippery elm lozenges, with which Entwhlstle Wergeles had fortified him against such an emergency as laryngitis, itching tonsils or dandruff of the epiglottis. Then, plunging again into his speech he asked: "Was Rome built in a day or was it Utica? Did Helen of Troy come originally from Albany? And don’t for get that rags are royal raiment when worn for virtue’s sake.” “You said royal raiment, Mr. Curley,” interrupted Throckmorton Cohn who had Just arrived unexpectedly by airplane. “What you mean Is nryal raiment.” “I beg of you, therefore, kind sire,” continued Curley, ignoring the interruption, "to release Don George to me so he can wrestle Danno O’Uahoney In New York on Monday, Oct. 38. O'Mahoney has already consented to the match.” Just then, a terrific snore rent the air. It was the type of snore known to science as Antartlcus Asthmaticus, and it brought Mons. Curley lip sharply in the middle of a past participle. “He’s asleep!" exclaimed Jack. Just then Bowser woke up. “I should of stood In bed,” he said. "But what’s that you’re asking me?” "I want you to release Don George to me for a bout with Danno O’Mahoney In New York a week from Monday night,” said Jack. “Release him to you?” asked Bowser. "Say, just try and get out of using him in New York against O'Mahoney. I’ve ordered both of them x be there. They’ve only met two times and they’re good for at least a lozen matches. Now be off with you and I'll hear no more of that. Don 3eorge wrestles O’Mahoney a week from Monday night whether you like t or not and If I hear a peep out of either of them, they get no pay his week.” ; Jack, his mission a success, heaved a sigh of relief. The big match vas on. In fact, it would have been, even if he had "stood home.” (Copyright, 1935, King Features Syndicate) t I Splits And Chops From W. Mfg. Co. Loop By CHOPPY, JR. Eddie Standard’s classy bowling irought Joe Oalasso’s recording live to life again. They knocked Iff the upcoming Paymasters two Paymasters (1) fir tin ..60 85 . 87 81 fctanco .. 88 90 ale . 99 86 bulnlan .US 110 468 452 Recorders (2) urry . 04 76 ke . 87 89 im- Phalen . 87 83 lasso !.106 99 standard . 97 132 90— 241 86— 264 95— 273 89— 274 101— 320 461—1381 109- 270 92— 268 90— 260 111— 316 134— 363 471 479 536—1486 Time-Study (•) King .81 80 arlson . 98 90 klieary . 83 78 Stein .108 93 omponlo . 98 108 259 79— 207 79— 240 93— 294 95— 301 471 452 447—1370 Contractors (3) eltlne .107 124 111— 342 tenney . 83 103 heeler . 95 69 elove .87 115 272 290 93— 395 Ohnston . 84 109 102— 295 456 520 478-1454 Schedulers (0) Phalen . 91 88 85- 384 all . 81 92 93— 266 ooster . 86 82 88— 256 )BarshaU .102 94 107— 303 Eughes 89 87 90— 266 359 403 373—1355 Specialties (3) rey . 69 94 81— 244 gley .106 92 119- 317 . 96 93 93— 282 IcLean . 88 110 101— 289 .106 98 93- 291 467 474 488—1429 Scrub Team I Prank O’Leary, captain, 240. I Tom Martin, assistant captain, ll. IMaro Sterry, water-boy, 344. ■Harold Wheeler, assistant anchor, ■Fred Wooster, anchor, 356. I Prank O’Leary now has two legs the permanent captain’s in All America rive Marshall, 308; Joe Oalasso, Pom Quinlan, 329; Bob Hesel 843; Ed. standard, captain, Total 1604. . times. Joe Galasso’s double stroke was the feature. Clarence Carlson and Frank O’Leary, of Captain Stein's crew, are slated for the minors (Water bury Women's Club). They will be escorted by Oeorge Hughes. The battle of the Phalens—Papa, Jim and son Ed, Is at Its height. The younger blood has the edge now on his father, but Jim says that things will be different by January. We wonder! ToTm Martin, Paymasters’ sat ellite featured with a spare and stroke In the first game, (the final score was 66.) Harold "Hamilton’’ Wheeler, ace substitute, returned to the fold. His first string was hot. Skip the rest. Joe Kenney Is the league's most calm bowler. Nothing ever excites or aggravates him. (Ask Jim Pha len.) Hale and Dunn of the Paymas ters failed to average and helped Joe Oalasso raise his team to high er standing. John "Marvin" Sterry, the wild, wooly, war-hooping, Ed Wynn of Woodbury, treated the bowlers and audience with a series of yells. Ed Farley, alley custodian for a while thought It was Tiger Kane calling balls and strikes. Take It easy John, the hunting season Is on. Audience kindly note: Please refrain from pestering “Pop” John son, "Speed” Tangley, “Tardy” Wooster, “Foul-line" Heseltlne and "Jolsey” Curry. It Is rumored that Rocco Pom ponlo of the Time Study five has been drafted to Mary Santora’s girls’ league. Mary refuses to con firm this but early conversations seem to Indicate the vivacity of the rumor. Question Box Why is Fred Wooster always New Garden TONITE $100.00 UOISTEB NOW! TOSS OF com IS METHOD TO PICK WEEK’S WINNERS Several Well-Matched Football Tilts Are Billed .By HENRY SUPER. (United Press Staff Correspondent) New York. Oct 17.—(UP)—With potential sectional and national champions facing key games In their 1935 campaigns, the week-end foot ball program offers a host of bat tles In which the toss of a coin would seem the safest way to pre dict the winners. Prom coast to coast, United Press experts who telegraphed opinions today on outstanding games In their sectors Invariably added that to them one or two contests looked like “toss-ups.” Here’s how the national list shapes up: EAST Army-Harvard—Army has the power and speed to score Its first victory over Harvard at home since they began relations In 1888. Navy-Yale—Navy hasn’t opened up yet and Its stiff line should be the deciding facttor In a close fight. Fordham-Vanderbllt—The south erners h-'vetoo much aerial attack for the lea ms. Pennsylvanla-Columbla—Penn has power and Is due for a victory. Other eastern selections: Holy Cross over Manhattan; Michigan State over Boston college; Dart mouth over Brown; Temple over Camegle Tech; Colgate over Lafay ette; Princeton over Rutgers; Syra cuse over Ohio Wesleyan. SOUTH Kentuclcy-Aubum—Kentucky, on Its smashing triumph last week over Georgia Tech. Duke-Georgla Tech—Duke Is after an undefeated season and should keep Its hopes alive for another week. North Carolina State-Georgla— Georgia, In a battle between two un defeated teams. Others: Louisiana State over Arkansas; Mississippi over Florida; North Carolina's undefeated eleven over Davidson; Tennessee over Ala bama. SOUTHWEST Southern Methodlst-Rlce — Rice has the better record but S. M. U. Is a good long shot in another clash of undefeated teams. Others: Centenary over Texas In a close one; T. C. U. over Texas A. and M., Oklahoma over Iowa State. MID-WEST Notre Dame-Plttsburg—The Irish haven’t scored on Pitt In three years but they're due to take off the wraps and come through. Mlnnesota-Tulane—Minnesota by a shade. Wlscons ln-Mlchlgan — Michigan, because It waits for the breaks and Wisconsin has been offering plenty of them all season. Others: Purdue over Chicago; In diana over Cincinnati; Detroit over Catholic U.; Nebraska over Kansas State; Ohio State over Northwest ern. PACIFIC COAST Washlngton-Washlngton State— Washington has the better record and should attone for last year’s scoreless tie. Californla-Santa ‘ Clara—Califor nia has been Impressive but Santa Clara’s won the last two and looks like a good long shot to make it three. Others: U. S. C. over Oregon State; Denver over Utah State; San Francisco U. over Gonzaga, and Oregon over Idaho. Basketball Begins! The Orioles basketball team were the first to take to the court for the Season. The outfit has been drilling at the Brooklyn YMCA for the past week and will continue to develop in order that they will be among those on top In the “Y” house league during the coming season. Mike Pursaro, headman for the squad, Is already looking forward for games. HOLY NAME BOWLINU LOOP MEETS TONIGHT Rev. James O'Connor, president of the local Holy Name societies bowl ing league, has called a special meeting of parish team managers which will take place at St. Joseph’s hall tonight at 8 o’clock. It Is be lieved that plans will be formulated ror the season at this time and the opening schedule announced. The league Is entering Into Its fourth teason. late? It must be that well-done hamburger. Why Is It that Tom Martin smiles after every ten box? Why doesn’t “Scribe" Brandely return to Ms Journalistic duties? Why does Russ. Klrsch put In an early apeparance every Monday evening? (What no collections?) Why aren’t the Time Study five now leading the league? NEW GARDEN ll.net Times Today) “NTOI.MN HARMONY” with Ben Bernle - tteurae Haft Co-Ken4Orei ‘BHHAK of IIKAHTN’ with Katharine Hepburn tTomnrrow A Saturday) "MIJHDKll ON A HON HY MOON” plus "THIS LONK IIII) 10II” Tunlte — 9 too FALL Mf&T 19351 1 Races Dally RAIN OB SHINS To Oct. 89th IncL Past Time 9 p. m. Pari Muturla Free Parkins Hua Service to Trask Agawam PARK AGAWAM, MASS. Topsy-Turvy Tactics t rr—~7 Paul Whitney, University of Chicago halfback, used heads-down tac tic* to pave the way for one of the University of Chicago’s touchdowns against Western State Teachers’ College of Kalamasoo, Mich., In a game at the Midway. Here he Is doing a topsy-turvy act as the Maroons directed a play Into the Teachers' line. Chicago won, 31-6, a rather top-heavy score. L. I. P. League Bowling Topics A little knock—A lltle boost First It’s me—Then It’s you No harm done—It’s all In tun. (By Miss Lotta Strlkesanspares) It's the early bird that catches the worm and at 7: IS on alleys 1-2 Captain Jenusaitls not only caught the worm but hooked six bashful suckers as well, I hate to say. It but the fish were Captain Fritz Dulskls, Dr. Colney, Zukauskas, Ed Lasky Jack Mlklt and Mike Hop Sheron, these boys started oft like a house afire up to the eighth box at which time they were 26 pins up on Jenu saitls who In the position of cap tain and anchor man shot a devas tating first ball down the lane for a strike, then another spare and a nine filler and who do you suppose won the game, lucky for Dulskls they bowled but three games as those ex-sherlfTs were hot and no thing could stop them. This makes nine straight wins forb Jenusaitls. Take your bouquets boys and brick bats will come later. Aunty Jonlkas and anchor man Ice Arnauskas with respective scores of 336 and 346 were Instrumental In winning two games for their Cap tain Henry Strokalaltls from Doc Selens molar sextet when the den tal students stumbled by the way side and couldn’t regain their up right posture until the third game which they captured by a 600 to 689 score. Captain Selens with 86 and Stickluls with 88 were a great help?777???? In the final canto. Calling all cars (police cars most ly) as well as the riot squad to quell a disturbance on a street named after a speedy animal when a number of bowlers (the neighbors palled them "Bawlers") gathered to discuss the merits????? of their re spective teams. After the manner In which they same “Bawlers” bowled last week I venture to say that we will have no more Saturday night meetings. How about It Mr. ?????? whoops, I almost let the cat out of the bag. Look out for the “Where Wolf”, he stalks his prey and then without warning pounces upon them, but his pounces here and pounces there didn't get him anywhere yes sir, Mr. Yenkalunls, antics availed his team nothing as Captain Cy Dlvileskls droped three to Tommy Dellnlks morticians who with Deputy Sheriff Francis rolling 346, Henry Kenausls md Captain Dellnlks with 316 ipiccc the stllfles won by an 1816 to 1718 score. Joe Clbulskls and Charlie Slokus must have used marbles the second game, Joe hit 76 and “Shal ly” one less or 74. No wins and nine losses stare me In the face as I give Captain John Kanavlch’s standing the once over, md why not when A1 Rice who hopes to be an alderman some day rolled 265, Pltcavage 239 (Isn't that jutrld for three games) Attorney Clarence Balanda got a lone pine In die first box and finally rolled 286, ind you're on the rules and regula tions committee Clarence, while Captain John Yanavlch played the anchor part to perfection, he kept his team down when he hit a 272 score, Pooey to you from me, John. Say no more, of course Captain Wubble Stokes won three games. You didn’t have to try, did you John. More brickbats, Pop Zubras and his poppers, Bruzas with 280, Ena mait 268 (this proud father of a bouncing baby oby Is excused for his score) but how about Pultinas with 25S, Father Kripas with a last game score of 77 and a total of 269 (something wrong in Denmark, Father) Pete Dulskis with the teams best score of 291 and the popping Popper Zubras follows with a dis gustful 287, yet they won two out of three grames from Captain John Danisavage, now you know how good Danlsavages wlsecrackers were. Yes I mean you A1 Kasidas and you too Qus Kankel along with D. Stokes and Chap Lasky who hit a deplorable 256. He laughed, joked, stood on his head and finally talked himself out of strikes and spares so you see one must strike a happy medium In be ing funny and trying to bowl at the same time, you're right I am talking about that clown of clowns, A1 Val lonls who clowned himself a 276 scorew hlle Banda,*a new entry with his 336 gave Captain BUI Strokalal tls a margin that was enough to take two out oh three from John Valtukaitls' sextons. John's two leadofT men Belrew and Mikalalnls would do well to drop In and leave Alley Manager Jack Kalris a few dimes for a practice game every now and then (nice ad, eh Jack) and say get your ear tuned on Mr. Sakoclus, this chap has a "voice” that Is about as loud as either Val lonls or Tony Zubras. Balkus missed a spare and Jonuk Lesunaltis dove over a chair, just gas, gas and more gas, until finally a stralghtjacket was procured and Jonuk thrown Into It for safekeep ing. Doc Helens made a spare, bet a lime, says Happy lasky, and Happy :ollected, the moral there Is what? 7 Hop Sheron says to his Captain Fritz Dulskis, come on Frits, let's go to town and Dulskis replied with, ‘guess I’ll stay In the country a few weeks, Mike.” Bill Mazalka was dancing around ind making lots of noise, Joe Mat thews asked Bill what the noise was tt’s the "Iron” In my system ans wered Maz. (That’s a rusty one Bill) Ms all for to-night. To-night at— 7:30, Alleys 1-2 — Dlvlleskis vs YanavlCh. 9:15, Alleys 1-2 — Pltcavage vs Dellnlks. 8:15, Alleys 3-4—Zubras vs Val tukaitls. 8:15, Alleys 5-6—Dulskis vs W. Strokalaltls. 8:15, Alleys 7-8—Danisavage vs H. Strokalaltls. 8:15, Alleys 9-10—Jenusaltls vs Selens. < JfS"* a "••ml Hoy" A Crawford 'I LIVE MV LIFE OnTlfHiiw BRIAN AHERNE FRANK MORGAN A LINK MtoMAHON > L Starts SAT. SHE'* WORTH TWENTY MILLIONS ...and twica at hard to handlo / STAR SOPHOMORES TO START AGAINST NAVY GRIDDERS Frank, Hessberg, Roscoe, and Whitehead Blue Backfield New Haven. Oct 17—(UP)—Head Coach Raymond W. (Ducky) Pond apparenty had decided today on his starting lineup when Yale meets Navy Saturday. After Juggling the team all week, he restored Clint Frank, Jerry Roscoe, A1 Hessberg and Capt. Kim Whitehead to their regular back fleld posts and slipped In Tommy Wilson at left tackle In place of Tiger Taylor and Fred Peterson, who have been alternating during the past three days. Good Line Train and Kelley held down the ends, with Jack Wright at tackle; Webb Davis and Jeff Snavely at guards and Dick Herold at center. Train was given a special drill In booting yesterday, from placement and kickoff. The first team put in an hour’s scrimmage against the Jayvees and Navy plays. Fair weather was expected to bring a crowd of 60,0000 to the game, the first to be played here by the Midshipmen. Mixed Doubles at YMCA Alleys The first amateur mixed bowling double of the season will take place at the Central YMCA alleys on Sunday night starting at 8:30. The men entered will draw for the al leys while the women are to draw for partners. Prizes will be award ed the winners. GRAND RECREATION BOWLING LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Giants . 11 4 Cubs . 10 5 Yankees . 8 7 Athletics . 7 8 Braves . 7 8 Pirates . 7 8 Red Box . 6 9 Tigers . 4 11 Individual high single—L. Carlo, 156. Individual high three—E. Larson, 402. Team high single—Braves, 611. Team high three—Giants, 1709. Rivero and De Fronzo hit them good for the Giants who trimmed the Tigers three straight to break up the tie for first place with the Cubs who won but two in their match. . . . Jack Keating and Leo Hamel got good scores for the Tigers. . . . Johnnie Brick bowled a swell total of 288. . . . Whata matter Johnnie slipping? . . . The “A’s” tok over the Pirates for a couple of games. . . . “Bobby” Hamel and “Lou” Pledmonte were the “A’s” stars. . . . A1 Roden and Phil Hamel (last week’s absentees' were on hand to lead the Pirates. . . . Joe Lanouette and Palmer Brick totaled 749 to beat out the 117 and 119 averages left by Massl and “Swede” Larson. ... It Is very seldom that the “Swede” ever misses. . . . Must of been impor tant. . . . Clarence McHugh helped Johnnie Manzo to win their only game from the Red Sox. . . . The Sox stars were Rudy Hamel and Joe Palmer. . . . Mike Carlo was down looking for a vacancy, rolled a practice game and looks good. . . . Lou Martin and Rudy Ham/ were In that special match that was broadcast last Sunday but were not on the winning side. . . . Their In gersoll team being trimmed by Wor dens. . . . Lou’s 162 won the only game his team won. . . . This week’s big five Include: J. Manzo, 130; R. Hamel, 132; J. Lanouette, 132; P. Brick, 137; A. Hamel, 142; total, 673. . . . On this week’s honor roll Include Lanouette, 379; P. Brick, 370; A. Hamel, 302; Pied monte, 358; Larson, 357; R. Ham el, 355; D1 Fronzo, 353; Massl, 351; and J. Manzo, 342. . . . This week’s schedule will be: Athletics vs Tigers; alleys 1-2. Giants vs. Pirates;, alleys 3-4. Braves vs. Ited Sox; alleys 5-6. Cubs vs. Yankees; allyes 7-8. i I “smkiiiii'" r oSffittSS’? IS3S ^teS;r ^ggggfi fS? £2!!?6Hr ADMISSION — 40c * - YALE-NAVY FIGURED TO DRAW 65,000 FANS; NOTRE DAME TO ‘SHOOT Middies and Panthers Slight Second Choice—Rice and Southern Methodist Meet—Washington Teams Clash on Coast • % BY GEORGE KIRKSEY (United Press Staff Correspondent) New York, October 17 — (UP) — The far-flung foot ball fronts will see more than 7,500 players in 226 games Saturday, but four battles — one each in the east, mid west, southwest and far west —■ promise to produce a large share of the day’s gridiron drama. lil UIC COOV 101c uivvw J Mew Haven before an expected :rowd of 60,000. In the midwest Notre Dame bat tles Pittsburgh at South Bend be fore a probable crowd of 50,000. In the southwest Southern Metho 11st clashes with rice at Dallas be fore a capacity crowd of 25,000. In the west Washington State plays Washington at Pullman be fore an anticipated crowd of 30,000. Important. .. Conference,. Sectional, National, ind even Rose Bowl hopes, will be it stake in those four games—one »f the fanciest mid-October pro rrams of many a year. The nation il champion might possibly emerge. Yale's spectacular comeback In crushing Pennsylvania last week, 11-20, after trailing 20-6 late In the second period, has made the Ells slight favorites over the Middies. Navy put on a comeback of Its own last week when the Midshipmen wiped up a 7-0 deficit to trim Vir ginia, 26-7. The broken field running of two brilliant Sophomores, Albert Hcss berg of Albany, N. Y„ and Clinton Prank of Evanston, 111., and the pass-catching of wise-cracking Larry Kelley features Yale's wide-open attack, which has scored 65 points In two games. Navy, with a Young Teah, has started slowly, beating W. and M„ 30-0, and Merger, 27-0, In addition to Virginia. “Shoot The Works” Notre Dame, seeking revenge for three straight shutouts by Pitt, will take off the wraps against Jock Sutherland's young and untried Panthers. The Irish are top-heavy with high-class backs, but the lnie play has been spotty in beating Kanas, 28-7, Carnegie Tech, 14-3, and Wisconsin, 27-0. The loss of a regular tackle, John Michuta, for the remainder of the season came at an Inopportune time for the Irish. Dr. Sutherland himself predicts de feat for Pitts. The winner of this game will go a long way in the na tional championship battle. Down In Dallas Southern Metho dist, which leads the nation’s major teams In scoring, with 148 points, will attempt to upset Rice, last year’s Southwest Conference cham pion. The Mutangs, under their new coach, Matty Bell, have bowled over Denton Teachers, 39-0, Austin Col lege, 60-0, Tulsa, 14-0, and Wash ington U. fSt. Louis), 3C-6. Rice has beaten Louisiana State, 10-7, Du quesne, 27-7, and Creighton, 14-0, In three lntersectlonal games. The Owls, featuring their two all-Amer ican halfback candidates, Bill Wal lace and John McCauley, arc fav ored. State Special. The winner of the Washington Washington State brawl on the coast will be a serious contender for the Pacific coast title. Last year they battled to a bruising scoreless tie. They appear to be as evenly matched again this year, with a touchdown or less likely to decide the winner. Washington has beaten Idaho, 14-0, and Santa Clara, 23-6, the latter a notable victory. Wash ington State holds a 40-6 victory over Puget Sound, a 33-0 win over ; Wiiliamette and a 13-7 triumph aver Montana. f ’I I I-I«l«%nril Arnold In “DIAMOND JIM'* — A Inn — “IVrHonnl Mnld'w Si-iTr*'1 TWO LOVED HER BEYOND HOPE OF EVER LOVING ANOTHER . . . To our ohr wiin n ilrenni .... to the ollior n memory lie eoiilil never foriret! 3>*MARCH <M^0BER0N JJ^MARSHALL ■ OUR TREAT LEE TRACY ever with Hoacoe Kama “ grand raut In • . • • “TWO FISTEL Paulino Next Foe . . . of Joe Louis? New York, Oct. 17— (TJ.P.)—Mike Jacobs, twentieth century club pro moter, is expected to anounce to day that Joe Louis, Detroit’s dark bomber, and Paulino Uzcudun, erst while basque woodchopper, have been matched for a 15-round fight at New York Coliseum early in De cember for benefit of the Christinas Fund. Jacobs, after conferring yesterday with Julian Black, one of Louis’ managers, and representatives of the fund, said the match was "al most closed.” He estimated that the gate would total about $120,000 and that ap proximately 17,000 fans would Jam the Coliseum to see Louis try to turn a trick no other pugilist ever has accomplished—floor the rugged basque. ODDS ON SATURDAY FOOTBALL GAMES New York, Oct. 17.—fUP)—Odds for Saturday's major games as quot ed today by Ryan and Company, betting commissioners follow: Army 214 to 1 over Harvard. Pennsylvania 8 to 5 over Colum bia. California 8 to 5 over Santa Clara. The following are 2 to 3, take your pick: Vandcrbiit-Fordham; Pittsburg - Notre Dame; Yale-Navy. 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