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A MEETING TONW5HT
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COME TO THE ETON CCU&
0OtT LET HE KNOW
HOW IMPORTANT W
THAT TOO WOUUU
JCaotSser strenuous workout yesterday
aitarnoon brought out the clasa of the
bj who will feature Friday evenings
Cxtt ard at Tally's arena.
XIajrtf .nk. n r "Wrttrht slammed his
kicMMa opponents around the ring for
latlrr eslon. tossed the medicine
kail a&d skipped rope for 21 minutes
and than h took on oue of Lew U
fV, VVIttln nn 1a MailV tot the
4.. .V & - .
ImUI right now. but he will not lay off
uarm Tauraday arternoon.
Manactvr Mullin Is taking no chances
ra Wright s kick going out of fashion
Jue to lack of talent to try It out arid
wlre.1 Oclone Brlgga of F.l Faso to
cvraa to Phoenix at once to net as
roarrtnc partner for Wright. Briggs
Mil be a phoenix fixture this afternoon
yiVx two good boxing gloves ready
for a ten-round workout with Wright.
Brws can take 'em. so Mullln aays.
wbJsU tact ahould make him a worthy
-i .n. fnp WriKht. The col-
rd foiku will scramble gloves at
rvw. tlila afternoon at I
o'clock. With a ten-round workout
w. Trtr.. ami tv'risht as the chief
attraction the. fans will have plenty of
fistlo entertainment today. In addition
to the. main wotttoui we ,
win step lightly for the edification of
lh fans. , ...
Wright Is down to 19 pounds with
no surplus flesh to Interfere with his
ring ppeed. A few days with Briggs
should put the kick la the left that
brings bome the bacon,
f Robinson lost his way nomewhere
between Sa!Inas and Phoenix. Match
maker McAhrcn has a tracer looking
for the kewple and he has every hope
that Jack will be found among the ex
ni,oc. orrivinff here tonight.
Jack has been training on the coast
and will be Vn good condition when he
meets Wright Friday nignu
v-,.,..- Kmitti has more pep than
champion bantam; his little tilt with
.i-. BTsn is 1ust flKht to Kay-
... n The FiKhtlnr Wop
loves the rlnr game, amd the sight of
font makes him fight like Jack Demp
or. Bmlth will be one of the special
event fighters Friday night.
tju'w iirnr trUi have his hands full
In one Joe Brown, the four-round king
... t,.v rwia'i Brown is a four-
ronnd fighter with 12 minutes of real
action tied up In both mitts. Billy is
- .w.h -ih the cloves, but he is
not Uned with a set-up by any means.
Mack tfpaw and Battling Scotty
exrtne together for a return Bhowing in
four rounds as the second bout of the
evening. Ppaw holds one decision over
7ttv inst one to Alger. Scotty
and Alger battled a good draw, so
there you are with the latest dope
ts. .nnrn ticket sale at Eddie
Toyle'e Is proving better than was ex
pected with every Indication that the
ringside reservations will be exhausted
The complete line-up of all events
will be announced this evening by
Matchmaker McAhren of the American
legion club. To get a line on the
f'ehters drop out to Tally's arena this
afternoon at 8 o'clock when Briggs and
V right step 10 rounds with the prelim
rary boys working a few odd shift.
uaa s wrv watom
0?d 'Jon Bruin, the wrestling bear, open to meet all
comers at Elks Theater i mirsaay evenmy.
8-4 FBDWI OBUUE
One of the most novel athletic fea
tures ever offered Phoenix fans, that
a wrestling grlaziy near, m
of the preliminary events 10 uib
Xlck Daviscourt - MasKea j.iirm
wrestling match at the Elks theater
John Brown, world's champion
wrestler. Is the name or wb ni,
scheduled to appear on the Thursday
. ipht program. He has defeated every
well known heavyweight In the coun
try, including Joe Sverher . world s
heavvwelKht ch;unpion. Karl Caddock,
Fd Strangler Lewis, Martin Plestina,
tanliatis ZbyBzko and many others.
Old John Bruin 13 open to meei .jr.
man of any elze in his performance
Thursday night. Not only that, he
ruarantees to throw his opponent
within a ten minute period or forfeit
. reward of $10 for the nrsi iu min
utes ar.d one dollar a minute for oach
succeeding minute his opponent suc
ceeds In staving with him.
Not only that, but he guarantees to
rdri the shoulders of his opponent
w,,, two nolnts to the
mat. The bear has been trained to do
Thin stunt without a slip. He weighs
do. to BOO pounds and. therefore, be
lorgs to the heavyweight class. He
recognl7.es all catch-as-catch-can reg
ulations and does not employ his claws
to defeat an opponent.
As a preliminary event to the main
tut of the night, this promises to be
ne of the hiKgest entertainment fea
s ever offered by Promoter M. M.
Tally. . , t
Th Masked Marvet is ,r,''"".
to Thoenix from the east and will
reach here Tuesday morning. accord
Ire to latent advices. Paviscourt the
v.!j California grappler. Is expected in
-Tickets for the match are now on
le at the Fiks theater box office.
Dies of Injuries
Received in Game
r,T A T.'an NOV. 7. Jack
Mru';rV. , h.;u rr,r the Kansas
!eJ football team, died today
"f Tn juries received In the Normal-
"wur"Zr:w7A when his back
ue!ll 8 av. He never
was iwuau uu." .
r.Vcf Tennis Set W on
RV William Tilden
BKllKFLET. CaU Nov. --..iX
Tilden. Jr.. Philadelphia, wor d tenn s
Jhimnion defeated William Johnston.
iSciscof former world champion
t, 9 n one act of a scheduled match
I "r;' tCday. Kaln prevented playing
- the reLalnlng sets. Tilden wd
John" ton are members of the Arneri
ran Davis cup team here en route to
ti4v uait. t'Had fn two innings
yesterday afternoon to get control or
his submarine ball, but he couldn t
raako the old arm function and he was
reiiovcu ujr ... . -
rr- in trrnt hall for Glenuale,
J. t I I i I LJiUwm '
allowing Phoenix four scattered hits in
thn ravart Inn inr he worked. But the
damage was already chalked against
-rritvi oto-Vit runs and the home
vjric.iiua.i9 . .n -
t-r. hov. walked away on the long
end of a 9-4 score.
Perry pitched a nice game for Phoe-
nlv, allowing six scanerea mis i"
mi riifved bv Cross In
the eev'enth In order to give the local
star a chance to warm his salary arm.
Duka finished the game with two hits.
it Wnpffoll ronnpeted for his
i ia l i . i .j
i!r,cri,. nnt Sorfv nilfered three sacKs.
t Vnmev connected for a two-base
hit and Rtola one base for Glendale.
It wn thrt second annearance of the
Phoenix Greys since their organization
the boya got ort to anotner buuu
Th trrand stand ana Dieacnera
rn tna with fans. Close to
inrift foni ottanrlod the aftemOOn came.
Tk nionriAiA Rrevs have been rated
ono of the best semi-pro teams, In the
iroiiiv. havinir defeated every team
iot.ft mn far this vear. The loss of
yesterday's game does not detract from
the playing ability of the Glendale
ca thpv nettled down to a good
otndv rame after MayB was lifted.
The box score:
FOOTBALL TITLt 1 U
BE DECIDED NOV. ?o
SN FRAN CISCO. Nov. 7. For Vhe
first time In western football history,
the annual game between the Univer
faHfnrnii and Stanford Unl-
...,(t-,T thiu vnr. authorities say. will
decide the Pacific coast conference
rfhomninnsli n. The Earn win ue
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played at ueraeiey novemuer .
O. Vamey, 8b .
Terrill, lb-p ..
Ci. Varney, c ..
R. Varney, 2b .
Brooks, ss . . . .
Pepper, cf ....
Fagg, rf .......
Mays, p-lb ...
Teaney, cf ...
Sorey, ss ....
If. Wesrtfall, c
F. Westfall, If
Tom Mix Is creating nothing short of
a eoneat nn at me hid. wners J1U JS
nniirinir In "The Cyclone." urns
.on nt tVio Pnval TJorthwest Mount-
Uifluia wfc uv -. j - i
ed Police la crammed run oi me inrms
that Tom Mix seems to reusn oesi anu ;
i.,no. a Hnt of stunts never Li
L. L. UV. w - I
fore attempted. The action Is fast, as
1 rt Q Hroi tJ I PVP PUSH WILLI lUO iM.Uk
tv. nAonln vsIiia of the nro-
ductlon Is exceptional, not only on ac
count of the nature or me meme, uutj
fT. th unusual beauty ana massuo
pmndenr of the wonderful exterior
vvta Tho nrama. aeveiuuB u. cn
.nTumitn'o' invA storv. finding Its ell-!
m-r in a. rremenuous iiuiud iu mm.u
rrnm Ttti-r ta KPien to crasn mrousu
A. VI I J " ' .....
e . r.t a hundin astride his
LUUI w ' I
horse, which he has ridden to tho top
floor of the place, une sains prosnua
r.-.rries a Mutt and Jeff cartoon
j v.i- anv to Srott to Warren:
... ... V. I .( n A 1
DO.V-i "-- ' .. 'm .
.tnUn h.iKa. ssorev 8. irL weai-
fall, G. varney; Das on oaua,
a r s in tnn tnninff-s: hit. by Mays. I
Scott and F. W estraii, oy Jrerry uy
rmoa wild tjitch. Mays Z, ferry a, ,
left on bases. Glendale 7,
ti.,i atmr-vr out. dv xernu Ul
Perry 4, by Cross 3. Umpires, Slivers
TriA T rnn or raae. i;j.o. vv-
- life A ih-i r$
Coryntht 1920 Hart Schaffiac & Marx
oces m iLiee
..35 4 8 21 9 6
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Totals 32 9 9 27 13 6
Score by innings
rtir,ai 010 001 101 4
Phwnlx 231 000 01 9
Summary. Two-base hit, G. Varney;
ljv,. 4 ,.,),, nil,, mii Miy Uili'lfli" 1. ''r"'n "
rim? -j '
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