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Bass Rules Favorite Over Popular Tod Morgan in Junior Title Scrap
Philly Boxer
Rated Better
With Gloves
Challenger Is Stiff Puncher
and May Stop Lad
From Coast.
United Press Sports Editor
NEW YORK, Dec, 20.—Tod Mor
gan, dark-haired little fellow from
the west coast, who for the past
lour years has defended the junior
lightweight title as a true champion
should, may reach the end of his
reign over the 130-pounders tonight,
by the fists of walloping Bennie
Bass of Philadelphia.
The challenger figures to whip
Morgan on points or stop the cham
pion before the end of the scheduled
fifteen rounds.
If Tod goes down to defeat and
returns to his Avocado ranch, he
will leave behind a worthy record
of a titleholder who was willing to
fight in defense of his crown.
Since he won the 130-pound
championship by stopping Mike
Ballerino back in 1925, Morgan has
engaged in sixteen title fights, most
of them tough ones. He has had his
ears battened down once or twice
in that time, fighting lightweights
like Phil McGraw and Stanislaus
Loayza, but he has always been will
ing and ready and able to fight,
which is more than can be said for
most of our champions of recent
Bennie Bass, who is a 7 to 5 fa
vorite to take Tod’s title, is a busy
two-fisted little slugger who can box
as well when he needs to. Bass
prefers rough going, and is quite a
body puncher, a style which should
be effective against the none-too
rugged champion.
Morgan has not been impressive
in recent appearances in the east,
and so is one of the few cham
pions to enter the ring on the short
end of the betting.
It will be the first championship
fight Madison Square Garden for
fiftr . months.
Down the Alleys
Piay In the Elks Pot of Gold classic
will be resumed at 2 p. m. Saturday when
six teams take the Elks Club drives with
squads following at 4. 6 and 8 p, m. Sat
urday's schedule:
2 P. M.—lndiana State Highway tH.
Melville). Link Belt Production (K. Glide
welll. Central Supply (A. Waldbeiser).
Tumblers H. A. C.) (W. Colby). Indian
Club (H. A. C (E. McPerren).
4 P. M.—Allison Engineering (G. Les
mani. Easterns (John Zimmerman) Courts
(W. Faust Sr.).
R P. M.—Ballev’s Realtors (Recreation)
fC. H. Ballev). Citizens Gas (W. C. Holt).
Coca-Cola (Washington) (W. Heckman),
Crescent Paper Company (H. Hendricks),
Gem Coal Compnay (O. R. Altum). C. H.
Wallerlch (A. C. Caster).
BP. M Guards Grotto (H. Boyd). Spe
cials (P. Stemm). Indiana National bank
(Nanoe). Link Belt Offsets (M. Mathews),
Roosevclt-Marmon (L. Faust), H. E.
Schmitt Insurance (W. Mlddaw).
Sunday's 400 doubles play at the Illi
nois alleys will find another large entry
shooting as reservations are coming in
that wIU fill the early squads.
The match between Mrs. Meyers and
Johns vs. Reinhardt and Stat'.cr scheduled
for Terre Haute Sunday has been post
poned until Sunday, Dec. 29.
Ray Samuels, the Anderson star, who
rolled a 700 series against a local team in
a special mattrh last Sunday, entered the
bowlers’ hall of fame dur ng Thursday
night’s league play, by rolling first
800 ever shot on the Anderson drives.
The entry for the St. Philip A. C. 200
scratch handicap sweepstakes. Dec. 28
and 29. Is proving the popularity of the
cast side (Wives. With the start more
than a week away, over thirty entries have
been received. If vou have not entered
this event call Bill Moran at Cherry 1210.
The Shell Gas. Burdsal Paint and A. G.
Mueller-Nash won three games from the
Campus Sport
ON New Year’s day Southern
California will meet Pittsburg
In the annual tournament of roses
grid game at Pasadena. I am in
clined to favor the University of
Pittsburgh, slightly. Southern Cali
fornia’s attack goes great guns if
the opposing defensive line shows
any weakness anywhere. I doubt if
Howard Jones’ running attack will
make any impressions on the great
Pitt line.
However, they say that the Pitt
forward pass defense is not every
thing that it should be. If this is
the case, Southern California may
Blip one over. Pitt has a great run
ning attack, possibly the finest In
the country, but Pitt’s forward pass
ing attack has not been very much
In evidence at any time this year.
When Notre Dame played South
ern California, Notre Dame’s run
ning attack was held pretty well in
check. Notre Dame was able to win
the game through her overhead at
tack. Pitt will have to swing to
the air, I believe, to beat the Tro
There is one thing that Southern
California will have to guard against
and that is staleness from an over
long season. Whereas Pittsburgh’s
schedule was broken off on Thanks
giving day. giving the men a chance
for a little break before resuming
drill for the coast game. Southern
California's season continued until
way into Dec. 14, against Carnegie
(Copvright. 1929. for The TUnes)
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PICTURED herewith is the
boxer who believes he can
survive the haymaker wallops of
Roy Wallace, Indianapolis’ hard
est hitting pugilist. He is Chester
Bush, Chicago, formerly an active
boxer in southern states where he
claims a ten-round victory over
Tony Murullo, New’ Orleans vet
eran. Bush and Wallace will meet
in the headliner of ten rounds at
Tomlinson hall Monday,
In the semi-windup of eight
rounds, Peter Mike, New York,
who returned to Indianapolis with
Wallace, will battle Johnny Se
rnas, a consistent local winner
Other Tomlinson hall bouts
Monday, all four-rcunders, follow:
Biilv Rhodes. Southport, vs. opponent
to be named: heavyweights.
Rov Pierson. Indianapolis, vs. Pat Porter,
Muncies lightweights.
K. O. Brown, Ft. Harrison, vs. Billy
Meyers, Indianapolis; light heavies.
Willie Yap. Indianapolis, vs, Jackie
Coogan. Indianapolis; bantams.
Willard Chappell, Indianapolis. vs.
Mickey Holder, Indianapolis, light heavies.
CHICAGO, Dec. 20.—Rochester
was defeated 34 to 20 by the Chicago
Bruins Thursday nifht in a pro
fessional basketball game. Hickey of
the Bruins featured with five field
goals. The local team led 19 to S
at the half.
W. F S., Hatfield Paint and Erbich Prod
ucts. while the Block Optical won two
from the Komstohk Candv in the Ladles’
Social League play at. the Elks Club alleys.
Johns was best among the individuals with
a total of 569 on games of 200, 212 and
157. Harlan had 561; Alexander, 507; Mc-
Anly, 507; Fox, 509; Peachev. 507; Mc-
Daniel. 503; Burnett. 503; Wlesman, 550,
and Bunch, 507.
Two-time wins featured the H. A. C.
League play, the Indian Club ard Tum
l>rs defeating the Dumbbells and Boosters
over this route.
The Production team won the odd game
from the Offsets, as the Snavgers, Grind
ers took three from the Tool Room, Ewart,
Punchers and Foundry in the Link Beit
League piay at the Illinois alleys.
In the Universal League play at
Pritchetts, the Gem Coal was the big win
ner. taking three from the Blacker Chili.
Other contests were decided over the two
out-of-three route, the Kay-O, Feeney
Furniture. Van Camp Hardware, Noblcs
ville Milling and S. S. Service defeating
the Emmrich Hardware. Coca-Cola. Mal
!ory-Weiland. Outlaws and Watts Press.
Vossen was high i.n all departments, with
games of 193. 197 and 268. a total of 658.
Koelling had 618 and Runyon, 617.
The Uptown team won three from the
Kreis, as the D. B. D. W. and Hook
girls won two from the Hanna and Davis,
in the Uptown Ladies’ Matinee League
play on the north side drives. The play
of E. Dawson featured, her total of 556
being secured with games of 203. 205 and
148. Sherman was second with 501.
Play In the Community League at the
Uptown saw the Feroda Brake Lining,
Fifty-fourth Street Merchants and J. P.
Johnson winning three from the Nick
Kerz Company, Broadway and Centra!
Buirk, while the E. J. Culberson and Arti
ficial Ice won two from the Lutes Hard
ware and Maple Road bank. R. Dawson
rolled games of 215, 190 and 269. a total
of 674. to lead this loop by a wide mar
gin. Schmitt was next with 610.
Rafert of the American Central Life
team rolling in the Bankers League, gave
the gallery a thrill when he started the
last game with ten strikes in a row. On
his next bail, however, three pins remained
standing and he finished with 287, the
season’s high for this loop. The American
Central Life and Maple Road Bank won
three from the Meyer-Kiser Rank and
Farmers Tru t, as the Indiana National
Bank and Fletcher American took two
from the City Trust and Fletcher Savings
and Trust.
The Ten Year team nosed out the Joint
Life three times lu the American Central
Life League play, taking the first and
third games by nine and four pins, and
winning the roll-off of a tied second game.
The O. L. C. O. also won three from the
20-Pav Life as the 20-Ye3r Endowment
won two from the Ordinary Life.
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Butler to Play
Nine Grid Tilts;
Purdue Included
By special permission of the
faculty athletic committee, the But
ler university football team will
play a nine-game schedule in 1930.
Only four games are billed on the
home lot.
Purdue will be met at Lafayette
on Nov. 15 and Indiana Central
college will appear on the Blue
program Sept. 27. Two games and
possibly three will be night
By a switch in the schedule Potsy
Clark, Butler athletic director, was
able to get on the Purdue 1930 card,
but with every concession going to
Purdue. The game will be played
at Lafayette and under a one-year
contract only.
It has been agreed that It will
Lake attractions like Purdue, Notre
Dame and Indiana to fill up the
local bowl, and rone of these teams
appear as near future prospects for
local Butler cards.
Indiana Central will open the
schedule on Sppt. 27 and Ohio uni
versity will follow, both tilts being
at night. If De Pauw agrees, the
Bulldog-Tiger game also will be
under the arcs. Haskell Indians,
originally scheduled for Nov. 15.
agree to move their visit here a week
later. To avoid confliction with the
Indiana-Purdue date, the Haskell
game probably will hie played Friday,
Nov, 21, the day of the Shortridge-
Tech high school conflict. The
Butler 1930 card:
Sept. 27—Indiana Central, here (night
game i .
Oct. 4—Ohio university, here (night
game i.
Oct. 11—University of Illinois, at Cham
Oct. 18—Permanently open.
Oct. 25—De Pauw, here.
Nov. I—Wabash,1 —Wabash, at Crawfordsvllle,
Nov. B—Lovola,8 —Lovola, at New Orleans.
Nov. 15—Purdue, at Lafayette.
Nov. 21—Haskell Indians, here.
Nov. 27—Marquette university, at Mil
Oregon Coach Is
Asked to Resign
By United Press
EUGENE, Ore., Dec. 20.—Efforts
were being made today to induce
John J. McEwan, head football
coach of the University of Oregon,
to cancel his next year’s contract
in exchange for a salary settlement.
If McEwan retires, Oregon will be
the second member of the Pacific
coast conference to have anew
coach next season. Washington
will be in charge of Jimmy Phelan
of Purdue, who succeeds Enoch
Week-End H. S, Tilts
Shortridge vs. Elwood, at Elwood.
Broad Ripple vs. South Side, of Ft.
Wayne, at Shortridge gymnasium.
Manual vs. Beech Grove, at Beech Grove.
Washington vs. Ben Davis, at Wash
Park School vs. Whitestown, at Park
Kokomo at Anderson.
Newcastle at Muncie.
Garfield (Terre Haute) at Brazil.
Normal (Terre Haute) at Gerstmeyer
(Terre Haute).
Wiley (Terre Haute) at Spencer.
LawrencevUle, 111., at Bosse (Evans
Jasper at Reitz (Evansville).
Bedford at Columbus.
Bloomington at Vincennes.
Rushville at Greensburg.
Central (Ft. Wayne) at Garrett.
Frankfort at Jefferson (Lafayette).
Logansport at Martinsville.
Marion at Shelbyville.
Connersville at Greenfield.
Roosevelt (Gary) at Horace Mann
New Albany at Scottsburg.
Franklin at Washington.
Froebel (Gary) at Washington (East
Warsaw at Huntington.
Rochester at Delphi.
Angola at Bluffton.
Decatur at North Side (Ft. Wayne),
Winchester at Morton (Richmond),
Morton (Richmond) at Frankfort.
Gerstmeyer (Terre Haute) at Paris, HI.
Brazil at Wiley (Terre Haute).
New Albany at Central (Evansville).
Bosse (Evansville) at Memorial (Evans
Central (Ft. Wayne) at Columbia City.
Jefferson (Lafayette) at Greencastle.
Rushville at Milroy.
Washington at Horace Mann (Gary).
Huntington at Rochester.
Cathedral vs. Crawfordsvllle at Cathe
Tech vs. Lebanon at Tech.
By United Press
CHICAGO, Dec. 20.—The blizzard
forced Army’s football squad to
forego their scheduled practice ses
sion at Galesburg Thursday when
their train pulled in here three
hours late. The Cadets are on their
way to meet Stanford at Palo Alto.
Dec. 28.
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r-pHREE of the sharpshooters with Hal Griggs’ Firestone Tire quin
tet of Akron, 0., who play Big Four A A. Saturday night at 8:30
at the Y, M. C. A., are shown above. Griggs, former Butler star, who
was chosen all-America center his senior year at the A. A. U. tourney,
is shown in the center. He is forward and captain. Dale Wells, captain of
last season’s Indiana university team, is on the left, and Arlie Talbert,
former Ohio State captain, is on the right.
Other Hoosier members of the team are Don Burdette, ex-captain of
Wabash, floor guard, and Roy Burris, ex-captain of Indiana State
Normal, a guard.
Illinl Quintet Registers 30-to-19
Victory Over Washington U.
By United Press
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Dec. 20.—Illi
nois university had to move fast
Thursday to defeat Washington of
St. Louis, 30 to 19, on the basketball
The Bears came to within one
point of the Mini during the first
half, but at the end of that period
the score stood 10 to 5 against them.
Brilliant work by Harter and Kawal
was responsible for the victory.
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Mandell Meets
McLamin Again
Bu United Press
CHICAGO, Dec. 20.—Jimmy Mc-
Larnin and Sammy Mandell today
were signed for a return bout on
Feb. 4 by Matchmaker Nate Lewis
of Chicago stadium.
They will meet at 143 pounds, the
weight at which McLarnin defeated
the lightweight champion at their
last meeting. The title is not in
volved. *
Stars Enter
$4,000 Open
Pasadena Links Event Has
222 Starters.
9y United Press
PASADENA, Cal.. Dec. 20.—Play
in the $4,000 Pasadena open golf
tournament began at Brookside park
today with 222 entries, including
nine of the ten golfers who played
on the American Ryder cup team.
The feature rounds of three-somes
for today were:
Al Watrous, Tommy Armour and Al
llorton Smith, Craig Wood and Chet
Joe Turnesa. Harry Westbrook and
Johnny Farrell.
Walter Hagen, A. K. Bourne and Leo
George Von Elm, Tom Kerrigan and Joe
Bobbv Cruiekshank, Fred Morrison and
Neil Christian.
The low 100 survivors of the first
eighteen holes will continue Satur
day and after thirty-six holes have
been played the field will be cut
to sixty. The survivors will battle
for the prize money Sunday.
NEW YORK, Dec. 20.—The signed
contract of Irish Meusel, former
outfielder who will be on the coach
ing staff of the New York Giants
in 1930, was received at the club
offices Thursday.
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BABE RUTH got back from
his duck-hunting trip the
other day and was paired with
Leo P. Flynn to meet Mickey
Walker and Alfred De Oro in
a pocket billiards match. . . .
Part of a New York news
paper’s Christmas fund cam
paign. . . . Oregon Aggies have
six letter men on the basket
ball squad, all above Six feet in
heigh# . . . Casey Stengel,
manager of the Toledo club,
played half back for central
High in Kansas City and his
nickname there was “Dutch.”
. . . Monte Munn, the former
Nebraska footballer and box
fighter, is selling coal in Chi
cago. . . . Max Bishop, In one
game during the 1929 season,
walked five times.
State Teachers Hold Losers <0 Two
Free Throws in Last Half.
Bu United Press
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.. Dec. 20
Indiana State Teachers college bas
ketball team won from Vincennes
university here Thursday night, 60
to 13. The winners lecl 19 to 10 at
the half.
Two foul goals were the only
points scored by Vincennes in the
second half.
Ed Holley
Joins Blues
Chicago Purchase of Nelson
Is Completed.
Bv United Press
CHICAGO, Dec. 20.—Ed Holley,
righthanded huvler of the Chicago
Cubs, was released to the Kansas
City Blues today by President Wil
liam Veeck, after receipt of waivers,
Holley’s transfer completes the pur
chase from the Blues of pitcher
Lynn Nelson. Holley spent last sea
son on the Cubs' farm at Reading,
Pa He formerly pitched for Louis
In the deal for Nelson, the Cubs
gave a large sum of cash, infielder
Norman McMillan and Holley.
WORCESTER, Mass., Dec. 20.
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Thursday was named business man
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