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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920. n::nR:ty::;:m:j:::a:auia:!KJimr::!' iitra!ttK!tr"ftmt.ntHtiim!mu::m:K.: tHtttttnmnunmatc::tir.!iii'.it:R:navsin:tmnmuutstin:n:ti atttrjKHriKJctwnnamKinamaairt HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM IN POST-SEASON GAME SWAMPS BURRITTS, 61 to 27 SOUTH CHURCH LOSES TO EMERALDS IN CLOSE GAME BRISTOL AND ATLAS DOUBLE-HEADER HOLDING INTEREST OF BASKETBALL FANS THIS WEEK CAMP BREVITIES J VETERANS WILL HAVE THEIR , SHARE IN Managers I'iu Their Faith Largely on Men Ue tween Ages of 30 and 10 Two IJoston Clubs Will Have Youngest Teams in Their Respective Leagues Timely Hits. i;y Tlio A mini I'm'. N . w York. March jr.. Tli. .Irlv.-h of shUo. 11 trams baseball mi - prcmaiy In Hi.' iiuijiii- 1 : i mi this y. iir will Niimiiioii jin array i.ir more tllllll l'HJ M'ti l-ii 1 1 pla Vers, seasoned nam of a ih end pnigtilng. to hear 's (liiuiHin.l o tin I.nmt ol' itn lli.. conflict. hespito thr i 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 r ..inception ol America's tiHtiotial pastime as (M r beckoning to tin- nibble ot 11 arly twenties, rostrrs of th" . nibs indi cate a growing t ti ! tn'V of mana gers to pin Unit' faith largely on men between th" ag-s of ami ('. This year tlm veterans will respond in Increasing numbers to th" call of base-hit warfare, with no l"ss than 23 players of ,'!5 or more years among on tfitan il i nir ih peli.lubhs. Tentative player llsis for tlm s"a iioii reveal that tin- major hagms will rely upon more players of an years iind over than those of 25 years and under. Tlm youthful di vision claims Alj prospective start ers, many of whom arc likely to fall by the wayside In the march from southern training camps. No less than 124 men who have seen Hi) summers come and so, however, are prepared to enter tin; area, including most of the (fame's greatest, players. Outstanding exceptions to the rule of age are found in the two Boston cluljs, which will have the youngest trams in their respective races. The Braves, with an early start in the south which lias been as impres sive as their sensational linlsh last fall, will have a club whose average is 26 years and !i months, while the Red Sox average approximately 2G years. Grover Hartley tops the G playing fold at IIS years, two than carried by the little third suck er, Heinle Groli. Uthers between liO I and 35 are George Kelly, Irish Mcu- j sol, Hugh McQuillan, Art N hf, Jack Heott, Hill youthworth, Al Tyson, , lloss Yoftng and Frank Snyder. it cupr iVchS'Z" ; Adolfo J.uque, now nearly lit!. Kppa ttixey, another slab veteran, soon will be 3.i. Carl Mays. Hubbies Har grove, Yal rincinich, Sanitny Holme, Krank lOmnier, Babe rinelli, W'ally I'lpp. Rube Brisslir. lablie Kousli and Cu.stis Walker lire cither oer ;;ij or will pass the mark thin season. It remains for the Brooklyn Podgers, however, to top both leagues In veteran material, for President-Manager Uobinson will nil upon 1 .i athletes between .'! and Id years, .acli Wheat, perennial clouting star of the team, is now S5. .1 acq lies Fournier, Pa.'.y Vance, Mil ton Stock and Burleigh (li iim s have reached Sli, two years short, of Unb uilt Maranville's age. Also in th" :x to 35 years zone are Jess Barnes. Jess 1'elty, Tiny Osborne and Bill Marriott. In sharp contrast will be the Washington Senators, twice winners of the American league flag, will) a team averaging .'in years ami H months. Tt n of tlnir players have reached the veteran class, with Wal ter Johnson, pitching nee of the club, now in his fortieth year. Hank SevereiJ, Koger I'erUinpaugh and Sam ltlce are next in line, all at the 35 year mark, while Joe Bush. John ny Tobln, Jiutch r.euther. Stanley i.'oveleskie. Joe Judge and Joe llar riss are between :;c and Three teams in Hie thick of lie National league pennant tight of li'IS, all rated by critics as leading contenders, will depend laru'ly on players over Hesplte an iie-linalioii to r. f. r to the champion 1 "i rat s as a v.mthiul team, their roster r ". a!s !- pk.yet s who already hae passed tlnir thlrtii.th birthdays or will reach that mark diirin;; tlm coming race. The Giants go (. u high-r with I m. n '.n the sunn class, while the I'inein nati Beds, third in 1 ::' will ha v. an ewn do;;, n. On the rst.-r C On l'ir.ib s is I ;,. grand old luti him: v, t.-r.tiis. Bain Adams, now Si oth-r I':r.:,. hurlers lire in I In ,'i.ii.. iiet w . . n " and sr. -- Vic AMn-li.--. B .v Kr-m er. I.e.. Meadows. Bn iihl'iam. Ton Slieihan and Johnny Morris. ,ti. M;e I 'ar.-y. eapt.i In of I 'e i iui, is ; while rarsen B'g'ie,., hart, Sluffv M. Io'ik d" B .1..! i: nv mvs sle.n. iu II, hi:i i.s All' c, , rinbih en rnorni' g w , , .. I ..p. 1(7 i 'l-nri I ('est; bv .1- III tii.ljf. e .. in- r;, kins, v ho I I Hi il I I H .s i ti,.-ii i M.,111 .b !i ; egs w , - ; r; SI re, t II l;i 11 ; 1 front ol a 1 i. 1 ! n M ! p i "e m m i reia I . ' s a e 1 S 1 1 l' ha V ( g.-l ; u e.i.t j , . ; 1 1 ! h , i r -nt. Win '. a. ;.- I '",' I , and 1 to t.'l"r S be' e; e. .1- al I hav e r. pii. d t hat i . .1. niiiiig :. t.i- -I f- Itlg a car. I i.! s.ml had ,1 1,-h.-.t :! to a friend, S'' id,, n . Ill- Fartiiiiition a; li'n . r; o:ii. ( I' tl-l tint J. l.llll'L'- s.id 1 hat In' a lie'")!;. . lel I, t- r -id mi't. d tie illd mil. Jenniii". iasis'i-l I e told t in enTicei s ear ,j,. belong lo him. Zapaiku ianin d ; ' a t il.. i it lo-g. d to bun n H i that 1," v as er,. v- fi, w a - 'Irr.i : i'. ! : ci rs said 'b.e tuiiiic L'-.l . the driv rs i a . and tin y b ci 1t &ipatka was not in the chloe, et N nr. I BASEBALL DRIVES!' Heavyweight Champion l, Not Hampered by Weight Laws . Hartford, M.ii'i'h 25 - f u ill Iter lenbueh's i. ii-il ill tin' holly swings of Johnny. Ki. Uu In Miiillsun S.uaro i laril.ii lasi ttcrk riiiMiiil be taken loo sirlniirly us mi iiidioal lull of tin light heavyweight rlialll. lull's future, l.s ii honv v w . ight. " JJii ' m" J'niil had to i nt. r thi' l ii'K against tin; rung" i Cleveland: 'lighter III the light .-V Weight limit, 175 pounds. II" was torccil 'in cum'. -If lilti iii pounds tu his Op ponent, II tl'.ill. 11. Ions handicap to ii lighbT or Klsku's iil.ility. 'I'll.- i.i. t I Ii, it ) ;. 1 1 ii 1 .;i l-h viiii ra- ; I tin . .i i u 1 1 t li ii. lii'.-i I h fi t- t .-ri-i no rniimH a ii I rain.' kirk to punish lli' ku 'ri 1 1 . I ! r-1 lily id tin.- closing riia piers Is s r ;it 1 y to I 'mil's rn .lit anil his loss nt diminished lii.s tin' h nM 'I'll" tight law .M r, dins im! i' I'Ohl" in at I In; lilnll. II" ran II." decision lias not j drawing ability In 'onnooiiout. Ihhi i. I 1 rh'iibueh to ;lit In uvyvv.ight p through tlm Ii. ropes as a l"gil inial " In. II v; n vir lit, which iiH iins that Connecticut lans will b" given an opportunity not pre sented to tlinS" who saw him in tin; Garden they will sir licrlciibueh as a ri al heavyweight. Tin; "Astoria Assassin's" fight lien' on April ,1 against Hay Noumun will Im his second appi ariniO'"1 us a heavyweight, I'anl having prcvious ly appeared ill Boston weighing mote tlinii IT.', iiounils. Bobby Garcia, fin. I Johnny Drew arc on Hir samr curd, mooting in a trn roiiinl si nii-siar bout, "flu; other scraps .-ii'.' Ja.'k llonirr ami iSainniy Coopi r ami Willie i.u Forte anil I'inriis SilvorhiTg. EMERALDS SPRING South Church Team Drops Tight Game to Former Victims The Kiiicralds sprang a surprise last night when tiny defeat". 1 the South church, 1 - -'. al the Senior lligli school. The winners jumped ahead early and held off the church attacks successfully by hard guard ing. l',romber;i'K fonl goal started the Kni'Tal'ls in the lirs! .iiarter. which was slow and ended with the score l-ii. I'.romberg and .'a.-ey scored from nll'dd in th" second period be fore llavliek broke th" jinx for the losers. The count was, 9-3 at inter mission. A .Imaiii'ewin lit over refcrer s broke out between lialv-s and reach ed a climax shortly after play was resumed. roach Ueoige (.'assidy settled this by taking Ihe whistle himself and officiating to the sat Is tanbul of both. ,iiint. Is. The church iiiHi.ii! strongly and in the final per j,,.l ennm within one point of tin lOiimral.ls al K.-U'. Hi umber g add ed another foul, Saumb is slipped In a goal and Casey wound U l.mc nee hist us the whistle i with blew. Broinberg was the individual star of tli" game, tli" winm is' plays r volvim; about him. Casey and Saun ders worked well, vvliile the Morins k. lit the church guards niunu llavliek played tl.e !. s, g.i ihe losers, who had a bad ni im tor ht The s'i miliary: Fllieralil I'; under.-. e,,ib. iu. Morin. Morin. simili I lunch 1'ts Hav All I no Kl'e Ny I ,r M.iriu Adams llavliek lark. Tri' s Br dams for in . rs 1 BASEBALL PRACTICE l niullil aK- Get " r.iirrill I -lull ! Walnut Hi" Park saiurdav P.'in-i't A ,11 1's lir-' t. am ii, lay park. held 1'S HI-' I inonn a' :H W, 111:1 e, Biumi K s all the .'. 'ing Sun- W.Jil'd like ;l .e,ssib!e. i li i;i . d 111 ll a'', ml pres. i ' as lealll -e .- the fact I wo tenuis I id :!..,! th" el"1' ,s Iii '1," m Id. ih" i..b "ii his I'timls to vtarl aeiion as -ible. Un rim.-. W i'.iialii s' re. t vv as ! ei. d ma and Simon will 1" Simdav's ; a ll eg' r ,v.l. il .1 sistall'. The I'll) Il To pi rveure le w em i. rs in netieipa'ioti l"l eS-flll S- ,'ISOIl. i airal gu g a -"'h , nt.riv ly pl.mi'i rm; for if 'a busy Managi r Pile and 1 O Ol" II i - the ison Apnl 25 against tl lngir.ii fnmeis. Finn I details ol tne ;,iim have not et been completed, pi 4VFHQ STARTlMfi .V Ill UlufUI WM Four Veteran Hurlers Give Demonstration of Ability .!";;;;:, in I no training camp drills and ly practice games of the bis Mine has. ball players have, not In Miln, the athletes now showing the form .b'slred for tho siart of the long grind whlcli leads to pennants for tin be.sl, Four vet' ran hurlers convinced lln lr bosses yesterday that they nro leady for the season. Six of th lay's In exhibition games were rath er tight affairs. Heavy hitting fea t ti r . 1 the contests iii which Ihe nia jor leaguers had little opposition, and in all insiances where they were pined against blithers they won without dilTi. ulty. Tlie Washington Senators wire helpless against tho dazzling Vance ; during his three Innings on the mound for Brooklyn at Tampa. Ilojl of Ihe New York Yankees pitched four restless frames against the Cin cinnati Ib ils nt SI. Petersburg, Flu,, j oii-l I'hle of the Cleveland Indians absolutely baffled the Iloston Braves ,in tlm three Innings he worked at ; Lakeland. I'la. Slim Harris went ;the full nine fr tlm Philadelphia 'Americans against Hie Baltimore club, holding his opponents to six hits. ! Iiespito I.'hle's Pinging, the Unices beat the Indians. 2 to 1, the Tioston lons editing a squeeze, play for one ; of their tallies. I Boston Bed Sox bat I r-rs showed ef fects of idleness duo to recent rains; but their hurlers who practiced re- j gardless of weather showed well to; turn back the New Orleans peli- ' cans. The Philadelphia, National!', who lost to the St. I.ouis Browns y.'Sl. r- day In an 11 Innings affair, again! have the services of Steinad. r. right 1 ' handed pitcher declared ineligible ' two years ago. He has been rein stated y Commissioner j, an. lis, The ; , Browns and Phillies play again to- J day. ! 'The hctroit Tigers topped all ; leaguers for batting In their South, Carolina harnslormlng game jester-, day with Toronto. The Itetrolters made 10 hits, providing excellent I ;base running practice. The two; j clubs lire playing again today. ! Both Chicago teams chalke.l up victories, the Cubs nosing out the' .Missions at San Francisco and 1lie I While Sox defeated n Texarkana. ; Ark., team. ' ; The Cincinnati club is worried i over Catcher Hargrave, stricken i Willi appendicitis immediately afier the Yankee game. Pittsburgh Pi rates also have a cripple.) team but I i will meet the Shell On team nt l.os ; Angeles today. 1 The New York Giants swing into nclion today against Cleveland at .Sarasota afl. r n day of lirhing and 1 golf, while Hornsby's Si. I.ouis Car- , dinnls will prepare to end training, at Men ill Wi lls and San Anlonio, i Texas. The Cards start north with a promising recruit, Gerald Sly res, j an intlelder. ; First llnseinan Joe Judge, of the Washington outfit lias instituted a revv s t of signals to h" tried out to- , day against the Brooklynltes at Ob nrwater. HAGEN AND JONES AGAIN National Professional Champion and Amateur King Come in l lrst anil Second. St. Petersburg. Fla., March 25 CP' Walter llagen, national profes sional golf champion, concentrated to come from second place and win the w. st const open golf tournament i witn a card ot ;:.., tun ins iwm-. proved not to be with P.obby Crinck- lmnR, me unaiiacneo piuiess,... who l.-d tho first day's play with a card of 140. Instead Hugen bad to play to beat Bobby Jones. national amateur champion, who turned In a card of H I for third place in the first day's play, but finished yesterday with a total of 2X5. Haseu was playing the fourth - Viol" when the news of Jones' finish to him. He knew he bad to have a 72 to beat, the Atlanta golf er, so Im played at the mark and got a 7c which brought his total for the tiiiiiu.iineiit two strokes under Jones. Meai w hile I ruiokshniiK encountered bad going ami was lorreei ui ium; ,i Tii in tlie final round. This cost him the tournament for he turned in a j card of 2S7, mxt to Jones. i Tlm gallery's Interest in the Hageii-.lones duel was further en- ! livened by the announcement that the i w o golfers hav e wagered a hat ' on the outcome of their play In this ! tcurnani'Tt, the American open and tin British open. i AGREES TO EDICT i do.- St her Announces Hint Ho Will Meet MaliTWln on Orders of New iirk Commission. Cleveland, O., March 25 C1 Joe Steelier, heavyweight wrestler, said last night through his manager that he. would wn silo Joe Malcewicz of New York In accordance with the ord-r of the New York state ath- 1. tie commission. Malccvvicz Is the "unknown oppein- nt" from w horn Steelier is alleged to have run away s I in Boston. In making Anton Sterner, who runs the bust-.last Saturday night. lie fans an il, ss part of his brother's engage- j backing th- team to the limit this mints sai.l the promoter of a match i.A and this wi'i be no mean battle " in Boston faibd to pay a guarantee - I in advance as agreed upon and then j tried to shift referee. That, is the j truth in that affair," Anton said. EXPECTS MUCH OF BENTLEYISTRIBL1NG MEETS Manager Fletcher of the Phillies! expects much from Jack Bentley and j wiiyiam, ,,,,,, ,hu seaso,,. Be,,,, j lin-t base will. Dean taking his J turn in the box. Both players Were ! acquired from the Giants via trade during the winter. ! I BY BILl.Y i: AN 'Brad. 'mown, . Fla,, Mai Pennant eonjeeture do. sn'l cvt a slight rise out of .Manager Fletcher of the Philadelphia even gel Art Na- liunals. At present his chief thought in life is developing a ball club iliat will make int. resting competition for the re.-; of the National league. Manager Fletcher makes no pen nant aspirations but. take it from me, any club preside. h o er by the form"!1 Giant star is certain tu play interesting baseball. Thal'e his style. Fletcher, trained by John 51c Graw, a natural aggressive ball player. h."..s no us.; tor the drones, lie wan,s only nibbles who an; always giving their lust, regardless of how good or bad ii may be Winning bail gaums is the wnlcli wonl on th" Chilli's. "No! we haven't got the peniian' fever," remarked Fletcher as I dis ciwsei.l bis ball club with him. '"The big idea is to win every ball jaiuo we can on the theory that you can't worry about t hi ire you lose and bring theiii back. IVcnlley's Balling Big l acloi' "I would say my ball club i.s ai. least 2m per cent stronger than I. est season, maybe 3" points belter. I "Jack Bentley will play firs' base In, lor than it ha.s 1 l played tor the Phillies in years, while, h Ls bat 1 ting is certain lo be a factor, j "Friberg, at Ke.-otul, is sure to help ! us. lie is the lie.si man at that liosilinn since 1 h:.ve lm.l eti:iri', nf' ! the club. Incidentally, he's a dan- geroiis batsman. ! "The ability of Sand a! .shortstop lis known ami in. i.s no oomiiient. At third Hub.'., nut flashy, ki very I dependable. "It .should prove C; round infield that has best ever pi For a il lled ; under my managem: nt. For that ! reason 1 look for improvement i our general play." j Hotter pitching is another reieson ; why Fletcher l.. li. v..s his club should be more formidable. The Philly ma nag. r ieels that ( Wayiand Dean will win for him. As ; ., ni.llt,,r ol farli ls ,,Jefu, thul , tonn,.r .. m ,,.,, in as many victories as doe.s Jimmy Ring lor New York. Youngster Slakes Regular Grade "There Ls no doubt about Bean's ability," said Fletcher, "and 1 be lieve that 1 unbrsianl his icm- peranu m perfectly. Dean doesn't 'thrive on criticism; few players do. 1 have tol l him that ail ho lias to j d0 )or n,, js ttjn ,;,n games: that the pitching of the gatim will be en tirely up to him. He won't get any suggestions from me." Fletcher i.s ni.so si rung for a youngster by the name of Willlugh- who has shown gnat form in i tnn .spring ganns. as a regular. is to start Mann, a former nn mber of the Giants, sent to Indianapolis last sea.snn. Is bark with th - Phillies via the draft route. i' l; tv In r I., lieves he is about, ready. perhaps 1 l.e pcrs.iim. 1 Phillies on papi r do. .-n't of the Impress you but I am sure you would have i a much better- opinion of lTetcln r's ' dub if you saw it in ai-inm. Fb tcher, a smart ball player, is ; proving a smart manager, and his , club plays snappy, aggressive base- ball. Just, the type you would expect, j The Phillies are not pennant win- ; ners but are inten slinc. FIGHTS LAST NIGHT i Everett, Wash. -'St. Paul, won a t. ) ov i r M uff Bronson, - Tim Callahan, hine.il knockout Portland, (2). " is the way to of the Hurritt "llotl.r than ; expriss the le.diigr 'A. C rooters who w disa p pointed that their team was not on the up the announcement, i in r side of the point victory between the P.iirritis and the Guard Be.se rvis. j j READ ULKALP CLAsMHED ADS Jack " & --, ,r . BRISTOL ENDEES BATTLE ATLAS AGAIN THIS WEEK stale Championship lt-cnils On Outcome of Double Header Between Teams. New Departures 1'eldlnan Atlas . I'ite i:.f, .Malcolm Bolwinlk 1..F. l.'onughue . . Hurwitas I,'. ( .' row ley Gubersky i:.g. Tracy . . . Greenburg I..G. I The interest, of Connecticut bas ketball fans for this week centers on 1 the pair of games between the At las, of New Haven, and Hristol New , Departures for the championship of jthe state, scheduled for Friday and ! Saturday nightse The first tilt will i be played at Music hall. New Haven, on Friday while Ihe Kim City quln :tet. will invade the Bristol High : school gym on Hie following evening. . Tin; two previous contests between these rivals were listed among the season's court classics, the Atlas top , ping the Bearing Makers, 21 to 19. on their own court only to be hum ble, n Hristol the following eve ning by a 21 to 18 verdict. The close scores tu these games clearly indi gent e that there Is very little to (hoose brtween the teams and the one favored villi the breaks will hi all probability carry off the. laurels. Hue In the extreme rivalry he- I ween the clubs and the fact that. the winner will bo entitled to claim Un- title of state chamns. it 1s ex- V"'"' 'hat bumper crowds will wit '-' fs 1,01,1 P-mics. HOI'P V N I IIHS M1XT? lies Moines, l.i.. March 25 P) - Charley Hoff. nimble Norwegian pole vault record breaker, has accepted an invitation to enter the drake re lays here April 23 and 24, O. AI. Sob ni. nthleiie director of Drake university, announced yesterday. Old Songs ("When AH j ' ' ' j j I I ivI-tVC I Uf 11 ' AS - LAHV JOO" SUTTERY TONIGHT Georgia Battler and Bulfalo Boy Scheduled lor 10 Round Go New York, March 25 (A Wil liam Lawrence. ("Young") Strlb llng of Atlantu, Ga.. anil Jimmy Slattcry of Uttiffnlo. N. Y.. are ot the crossroads of heavyweight pugilism and tonight will decidfl which will ti.nke the turn lis tbev cannot go straight on side by side. , M llpo1 '"''"'"l" l swamped tho These youthful performers burst ' Hurrltt A. C. team nt the school gym Into the boxing foreground about ; nnsluni last night by a CI to 27 score, three yarn ago In much the same The , . . f , , . way and their careers tiro lltlKed, for (he Georgian gained prominence f by lacing the light heavyweight ' champion, Sllke McTigiie, In a 11011 decision contest only to have Plat- : tery pop from nowhere In beat Strlbling In a six round bout at llnlTnlo. This was two years ago and since J that day both have gained their, majority and may engage In bouts ' ot mor" man six rounds lo they were limited In New Which York stato while minors. Tonight's squabble Is set. for ten, but there are many who believe that the bat - tie w ill end long before the limit Is reached. Each man has his fol- lowing. Slattcry was a sensation until he faced Dave Shade of California last, summer In an outdoor match here. He was knocked out In three rounds. After outpointing Slaxie Uosenbloom he again tackled the'ored two and Harrow got a nId j ! headline and was knocked out by and a foul goal. I Paul Herlenbach September 11. I (linngc Lineup ; Stribllng obtained a six round! Zhrer went into the lineup in; j draw with Herlenbach In 1321 but ; I)la,:e of Sowl'a at tho 1-eginnlng of; a month lat.r lost a newspaper de-l,ho ond H'rler. After three; 1 rision to Ad Stone of Philadelphia. 1 1",n,1's of "il'V Whitman of the; .... .... .... , .... Burritts made a field c-onl. the tlrt i following mm lie out point. -a Jim - int. n. 1.11,1,.. flf Cf Tin ill i !r. itwl ' " ul" e"- ul y " 111 1 tl' Kill"". J II ti ! "oree;1 a'chnicTi 'cU ZVl' Qulntin Romero at Hoston. He has been inactive since December. Approximate weights and meas urements follow: Slallcry Height 5 ft. 1J in. Stribllng Weight 1 70 pounds Tt inches 17 Reach 73 inches, 1G Inches. 10 inches Neck 15 inches Biceps 13 Inches Chest (normal) Inches 35 1-2 inches Che i (exnaimea; 37 1-2 inches 42 Inches Forearm 10 1-2 inch.. 11 1-2 Inches Wrist Inches S 1-2 inches Waist : i- inch" 30 1-2 inches A ?e 21 ears II years' HAS APPENDICITIS j his decisions. Bubbles" Margrave of 'Cincinnati H is not unlikely that the Burrltt ... ' team may use the high school for Kc.l May Have to 1 ndergo Oper- ..,, ZaIpsl., ,, Pflrrow ,0 start allot. After Examination. Cincinnati. Ohio, March 2". i.T'i "Bubbles" Hargrave, first string catcher of the Cincinnati Heds, was ! taken down last, night with an at tack of oppendicitis. according to a i special dispatch from St. Peters - burg, Fla. A second examination to- I day will determine whether an oper- ation will be necessary at this time. 1 Hargrave caught the full game I against the Yankees yesterday and j was stricken immediately afterward. . . Portugal I; to have silk mill. an artificial You Were Sweet 16") - AS ED DM- HIGH SCHOOL BURRITT Final Score is 61 to 27 in Favor of Franklin Square (hiintet-"Monjue" Zalcski Gets Total of 23 Points Red and (iold Second Team Finishes Grove Street Team Held Without a Field Goal For the First 13 Minutes Hoasting Doesn't Pay. Having together for the first tlm I 'since their season closed about thrfca ' 'weeks ago, Ilia New Hrltaln high quarter was ill to 1, and had the llrst team staved In the lineup tt Is prnlmbln that the High school might , have run the score to' nearly 75 points. "Slo.iue" Za.eskl. a mem- tier nl helh l,,.,u nl.o.l -..III, ll.o I High school quintet and collected 11 'Hold kroals and a foul toss for 23 points, jjuring the opening period of the game, the Ited and Gold aggrega- (ion scored 111 field l-ohIs while It I was holding the Hurritt team with. , out a Held goal, and allowing only ; three shots at the basket, two of ; which nere from the middle of tho I i floor. During the march it was Ma- ! lulls. Zaleski, Zaleskl, Slatulls, Za-j jleskl and McGrath. The run was broken at this time by a foul goal! by "Fddte" Zaleskl after five min- ; lutes of silence from the scoring; 'guns of the fifth ward team. Then 1 , fi" parade began again. Zaleskl ,,,, ' " ,' ,"" '- -,,. jme nrsr. nan anu inrce minutes lino ' d,i6""j e, juuilii, Mhe second stanza without finding the j tne rules should tend to encourage ! basket. Joe Kanio followe with an- ! Perfection in forward pas3 play, not j other field goal. The score at this j only in rasslng and receiving, but I time was 27 to H. Whitman seemed ; I'1 accuracy of timing; and in selee I to find the hoop for he planted an-1 Hon of the best types of passes: other into the netting. "Slonjue" ! Fifth, the rule not infrequently wijl 6 fl'et .continued his assault on his erstwhile penalize the hitherto unpunished ; teammates In the half adding two j grounding of the ball by Intention pounds mor0 jtio shots un to this time In 1 ally throwlnir it into nnen nnaeeu the game were exhibitions of some cf jne preatejst shooting seen on the school floor this season. The score at ilaif time was 37 to 12. Second Half Toward Ihe latter part of the game Mhe schoolboys scored almost at will. The lineup was changed, and Feng- icr vvno sat; on me sinennes ouring Ihe early part of the game. put. on a uniform and entered the, game in place of Zaleskl who in the three periods scored 23 points, only four points less titan tne entire Burrltt (earn scored. Almost every one of the team took a shot at guarding Zaleskl hut they could not stop him. Kenneth Saunders made his debut as a referee after being timer ' and scorer at times during the past season. His work was of high order , and not a kick was registered against the game aagiust the National Guard lieserves next Saturday. The former has been a member of the team all : season while the latter joined the i squad during last Saturday's game. i X. B. H S. ! j M. Zaleskl. rf Harrow, If . . . , Fengler, If, rf ' McGrr.th, c .. 1 McGrath, c ,. Matulls. rg .. ' Sowka, lg ; jcehrer, lg . . . Fid 1 1 . 3 . I . 1 Fl Ttl If. 61 f.sE T TOYS WITH FIVE IN' GAME Ilurritt A. C. I'M I'l Ttl R ft 10 1 r, ,2 0 4 2 2. , i o : 6 77 l Whitman, rf t K. Zaleskl, If ... . l.uty, c J. Kanla, rg .... U. Kanla, Ig n nferc "Ken" Saunders Hewelt; timer. Siangan. Scorer, I P.R fiAfifl MF.NTOR WVM I ""VI ' V mull I Vll Iut UIW FORWARD PASS CHANGES i Stag? GIacs Six llcAsons Why Ho llelieics In Restriction of J'orni of T'Iht Chicago, March 26 l.T A defens6 if the new forward pass rule was made yesterday by A. A. ijtagg, dl rector of athletics "at the University of Chicago, and member of tho rules committee. He gave six reasons why he believed In the addition of a "very slight restriction on the use of the forward pass." "I am of the opinion that this change will not affect the game at all seriously," said Coach Stagg. "As I see it, the rule flrsl will not pre vent a team from trying forward passes: Second, It does not penalize completed forward passes, third, it does not serlonslv affect th.i.., ' - , v. fcv bi I ?' '? !' j when tho passer se.es his receivers : are covered: Sixlh, the. rule, while j not preventing desperate gambling j on chance, will very properly place ' a small penalty on such efforts when I not successful. ; "The worst which can hannen tn any team that makes three liicom- pleted forward passes on the first. second and third downs will be to kick on the fourth down from a point ten yards further back then when the ball was first put into play. i which In rm- oninirm i penalty for the use of such tactics. 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