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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, ' FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1921. (Section Two) THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Golf 30tbmi. UIVEOTY OF ARIZONA MFFTS WH U 1 H O ... . i . Li . i IAY UIWN t i it 3 ! J : a '.. a Vi D : a 5 ? 1 WILDCATS WILL REAL TEST IN CLASH WITH COAST STA Lineup and weights of the op s' posing teams in today's gridiron struggle at Tucson: Arizona MeCellan, 165, le; Clark, 160, It; Wiley, 180, Ig; Cly mer, 160, c; Smith, 175, rg; Bark ; ley, 190, rt; Wofford, 140, Capt., re; Slonaker, 140, q; Manzo, 150, Ih; Broderick, 155, rh; Hobbs, . 160, f. (Whittier Wingert, 143, le; P. Pickett,. 170, It; Kramer, 160, Ig: Madden, 160, c; Woodward. 170, rg; Buckmaster, 175, rt; 1 Johns, 177, Capt.,-re; R. Johns, 150, q; Suggett. 180, Ih: Thompson, 156, rh; Reece, 153, f. When the final whistle sounds about 5:30 o'clock this afternoon Ari zona football fans will know whether the Wildcats rank with California conference elevens of the southwest pigskin warriors have been playing ovtr their heads. The University of Arizona 1921 team, said to be the greatest football team ever turned out at the state in stitution will meet the Whittier Col lege team of California at Tucson this afternoon In Arizona's first big game, with a California team. Whittier comes to Arizona today with a roster of star athletes who will test the class of the Wildcats. Both teams have strong offensive and defensive lines, and a scoreless tie would not, be a bad guess. Phoenix Boy Stars When Arizona goes into the most Important game on Its schedule to day with Whittier for the champion ship of two conferences. 4ts big right tackle. Howard T. Barkley of this city, will be one of the mainstays on the line-' This Is Barkley's third year on the team and he has been playing good football all season. He stands over six feet tall and weighs 190 pounds. He is one of the hardest Wildcats to handle" in the forward wall and will help Arizona toward its last great victory for the season if the gods are good and vic tory comes to the red and blue team down at Tucson. On account of the Wildcats great record It seems almost inconceivable that the Whit tier college team, champions of the Southern California conference,, will tie able to put over a win. 1 Whittier has placed four men on the mythical All-southern California team and Barkley will play opposite one of them. His opponent Is an experienced man. three years of col lege football to his credit. He weighs up close to Barkley and it HIS GIFT HERE Bath Robes In all fabrics, colors $6.00 and more. PULLMAN AND LOUNGING ROBES $10.00 and up Vic Hanny Go. "The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Mishel Piastre Violin Virtuoso Second Musical Event at the High School Auditorium TONIGHT at 8:30 Single Seats .$2. GO Season Tickets Still Available , Four Entertainments $7.50 Seats BE GIVEN will be a battle between the two big fellows to see whether a play can go through or be stopped. Barkley is a hard man to get through or to do anything at all with. He hurries passers and kickers, and Suggett. Whittier's great half back who made the mythical eleven, will find himself hammered, hurried and blocked at every turn if Barkley can get away from his man at all and he generally manages to get away some of the time if not all the time. Suggett weighs ISO pounds, runs like a streak, passes and punts well over 50 yards so that if Barkley, aided by others in the front line, can hurry his kicks and passes, Whittier will find the going rough and Arizona will probably win. Plaving alongside Barklev.is Cap tain W. W. Wofford of the Wildcats. He is the smallest pilot in the entire southwest, measuring only five feet six over all and weighs in at 142 pounds. He is faster than a flash, catches forward passes when they appear to be impossible fnd helps out the big tackle at every turn. In the center of the line is Vance Clyr.er, one of Arizona's rally great cen ers. Over at the left end is McClellan, the man who dashed across the Texas A. & 61. goal line twice is one game on their own grounds from a forward pass from Slonaker, last year's All southwestern quarterback. The for ward pass combination "Slonaker to JlcClellan,'" has become famous all over the southwest. It scored upon a team which had been scored upon on its own home grounds only once before in seven years. All-Conference Players 1 Manzo, Hobbs, Broderick, Wiley. Smith are men who have played at top speed all season and among them will be found some All-southwestern players when that mythical team is picked within the next week or two. Manzo with his long dazzling runs and his uncertain movements when carrying the ball will worry any team no matter how great it is. Hobbs plungeS the line like a pile-driver and his work on defense far out classes that of any other fullback in the whole southwest. Broderick is a steady dependable back who can always be depended upon to do the intelligent thing and do it quickly. Wiley and Smith are two big pound ing guards, who have taken the heart out of several lines already this year. Clymer works between them, shift ing first one way and then another, getting through, hurrying passes, blocking kicks and creating eonfu- and sizes, I On Sale At Commercial Hotel State Game Warden To Stock Reserves With Wild Guineas Arizona sportsmen will welcome the annuneement made yesterday by Joe V. Prochaska, state game warden, that six dozen guineas have been shipped from the Riv erside I'ark Zon in Hutchinson, Kansas, to be distributed in the mountain preserves of this state. The domestic guinea will grow into the wild game species within a few years. The wild guinea is classed as the greatest of game birds by many of the foremost gun clubs of the country. .The state game warden will forward two dozen guineas to F. E. A. Kimball at Tucson to be planted in the Catalina preserve; two dozen will be shipped to Deputy Sullivan at Globe for dis tribution in the Pinal preserve and two dozen will be shipped to Saf ford to be, planted in the Graham mountains. The birds, which were raised in a semi-domestic state, will be ac quired by the state without ex pense having been obtained ii trade for Arizona quail which were trapped in districts whe they were doing damage to thj crops. ' "The planting of the bird will prove valuable from he sports man's viewpoint," said Mr. Pro chaska. "It is swift on the wing and perhaps is thought more of by the average hunter than the pheasant." sion and consternation back of the line even before interference can be formed. The result of this afternoon's game will be received at the office of The Arizona Republican a few minutes after the game ends. Fans are invited to call The Re publican office and the operators will answer all queries on the game just as soon as It is received in Phoenix. o TO RACE STABLE AT (Special to The Republican) BALTI.MORK, Dec. 1, 1921 Carey Winfrey and his brother Perry, who hail from Texas, will surely take their horses to Tijuana after the fin ish of the Jefferson Park meeting at Xew Orleans if they do not. in ttio course of the next few days, decide to pass up Jefferson Park altogether and ship directly from Bowie to the Pacific coast. The Winfrey brothers have' had a successful season in Can ada and Maryland, but. their horses are a trine jaded. They are half of a mind that it would be a good scheme not to race through Decem ber, but to go out to the coast with Lunetta, Pastoral Swain, , Airman, Servitor, Devil Dog and three or four coming two-year-olds. Horses have a w.x" of recuperating quickly at Tijuana. Carey Winfrey won some renown in the east as trainer of the stable of the late Joseph Brown KIwell, the Wall street player and instructor of millionaires in the art and science of auction bridge, whose mysterious murder, in June of last year, the New York police have not yet explained. For Elwell he developed Flags and Pastoral Swain. Also, he handled Sunny Slope when that fast son of Astronomer was at the top of his form. Pastoral Swain, a son of Colin, (the unbeaten son of Commando which won 15 straight stake races under the silks of the late James R. Keene) was Winfrey's legacy from the Elwell stable. With Pastoral Swain, a whimsical sort of horse, but when in the mood, a good weight packer and distance runner, Winfrey ha3 won many races in the United States and Canada. Pastoral Swain was Winfrey's best bet at Bowie. Lunetta, a daughter of Luke Mc Luke and a distance, running mare of high speed, i3 a recent acquisition of the Winfrey stable. The Winfreys bought Lunetta the other day from Samuel Louis, who had claimed her from John Madden. Madden had previously bouJit the mare from J. J. Hallenbeck. Patrons of Tijuana racing will readily place Lunetta in the scale of class when they are in formed that she is about the same sort as Edwina, a daughter of Celt, which raced at Tijuana last win'r under the silks of Edward G. Soule. Throughout the summer past it was a toss up which would win whenover Lunetta and Edwina nosed the bar rier. Edwina, perhaps, was a little better than Lune.tta in muddy goin?, but even in muddy going the daugh- ! ter of Celt could not take liberties with the daughter of Luke McLuke. Servitor, a sun of Whisk Broom 2d.. r1- - S' & if - v. WINFREY BROTHERS TAJUAiMEETi - s- ' '?, ."f V, I" - Mesa High School Reading left to right: Front Row Smith, right end; Phelps, right tackle; Simpkins, right guard; Hawes, center; Fryer, left guard; Lisonbe e, left tackle; Randall, left end. Back Row Skou sen, right half; Newell, full back; Spilsbury, quarter and Guthrie, left half. isa hi urn II OF FASTEST TEIS II STATE FOR FIRST YEAR Mesa High football team has just finished a very successful season coming second to Phoenix for the championship, and will defend that honor against Winslow High in a post season game played on the Mesa field tomorrow afternoon. All due credit goes to Coach Wil dermuth for talsinij a team of play ers with only one years experience and developing them into a machine which could get such results from teams with longer experiences as those of Tucson High and Flagstaff Normal. Jlesa gridiron players covered themselves with glory in every game this year except that played Willi the Phoenix Indian school. With half of the regular team out of the game with injuries. Mesa fought the In dians for four of their touchdowns but breaks in the gamo resulted in three, more. Mesa's regular team could probably have withstood the Indians splendidly but as it was the Indians staged a spectacular track meet . The Mesa team will suffer a little from graduation this year. Spils bury'. captain and quarterback, will be a big loss, but next year the place win probably be filled by Bill Wal lace the speedy little halfback, whose ankle was broken in the, mldde of the season. Wallace was a con sistent ground gainer and was never thrown for a loss, he could circle the end and slip through the line and is the best interference runner on the team. 1 Guthrie, right halfback, will also graduate. His place will probably be filled by Billy Barnett who has played both end and halfback, or by Randall who has proved a reliable man at end, tackle and halfback. Hibbert, the fast left end who per haps caused more worry to the op posing teams than any other player on defense is the other graduating member. Of the stars to remain on the team Jess Skousen stands head and shoulders above the rest, he is the heaviest and fastest man on the team; the greatest ground gainer and on defense, even the expression on his face was enough to stop the man carrying the ball dead in his tracks. The game with rhoenix was the first time Skousen had played, and being new on the aame he suffered a leg injury that handicapped him for the rest of the season. He has two more years to play in high school and will no doubt develop into one of the valley's greatest stars. Newell the regular fullback Is the best punt kicker, a heavy line plung er, and makes a business of inter cepting the opponents" forward cept for the loss of Hibbert. When Hibbert's arm was hurt during prac tice. Big Bill Smith was put in his place, as he is able to reach six inches higher than any of the men on the line. Bill will either play this end position or go back to center next year. Lisonbee. left tackle, was always in the game smothering line plunges and always opening up a hole for the plunging back of offense. Frier and Simpkir.s the giant guards (the best of all the sons of Broom stick and the holder of the American record of 2:00 flat for one mile and a quarter, which he made under the steadying burden of 13s pounds in the Suburban handicap renewal c' li'lu) and Martha 2d., is a half-brother of. Artful. Artful, a daughter of Hamburg and Martha 2d., defeated Sysonby in the Shi-epshead Bay Fu turity renewal cf 1904 and Beldame and Ort Wells in the Brighton han dicap revival of l'.iO.". She was an other such mare as Yo Tamhien, or Miss Woodford, or Fircnze. Servitor is hardly as good a race horse as Artful was, but he is a rattling good performer over a distance of ground. He was developed by Scott Harlan for Mrs. Payne Whitney. The Win freys bought Servitor from Mrs. Whitney in September. Airman, a son of Waterl.oy and Coloni.'.l, is a half-brother of Hessian. He is not her excellent distance run ner and he wiil return to racing at Tijuana after a let up of over a year. Even if the Winfreys decide to go to New Orleans before starting for Cali fornia they will not rnce Airman at I Jefferson I'ark. The Winfrey? com- ins? two-year-olds are Canadian bred ; sons of Commander J. K. L. Ross ' stallions Fitz William and Marathon. the last nauicti ilic she of l:i-hac t Vourself. winner of last spring's re newal of the Kentucky derby. -$viw v -v ?n , ? Yankee Scout In FavjorOf L. A. For Spring Training Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK, Dec. 1 Bob Con nery, scout for the New York American Baseball club, today reported to his employers that he favored Los Angeles as a train ing camp for next spring. The club owners have not yet reached a decision although they have several sites under consideration, most of them in Texas. always held the center of the line solid against the plunges of the op ponents. Hawes who played center when Smith was shifted to end. is a good man in the line, playing guard in the other games. Barnet and Scott and Jerry Lewis alternately held down right end. But in this line the finest in the state, the bright shining star was Lefty Phelps. Lefty was in every play in all the games and often he could carry the ball on tackle play for a touchdown and plunges through he never fell short of five yards. His part of the line was impassable on defense and he often tore through the line and laid the man carrying the ball before he got well started. There are a number of candidates for right end position for next year, all of them of this year's squad and Mesa can start the season for next year with eleven first team men. So that the Jack Rabbits will stand as good a chance as they will ever have of feasting on barbecued coyote meat. YOiG . RIVERS m TO TOP MONDAY'S CARD Toung Elvers vs. Fighting Dick Campbell will be the top line attrac tion for the second weekly Legion boxing' card, according to announce ment made last night. Campbell holds one decision over Rivers and the Mexican battler has been going so good he thinks he can wipe out that defeat. Campbell gained considerable reputation in his first tryouts and the fans are assured of -a scrap when he faces Rivers in the six round main event. The promoters have taken over the Coliseum theater and all bouts will be staged at the First street play house in the future. The house will be remodeled to accommodate the fans and the ring will be perma nently erected on the stage. Special attention will be given the heating arrangements at the Coliseum to keep the fans comfortable while the bouts are being staged. The Coliseum will accommodate over 900 fight fans and the width of the building permits the fans to gt closer to, the ring. Extra ring side seats will be placed on the stage as the ring will be permanently fast ened to the stage. The other bouts as announced last night are:' Jim Douglas vs. Soldier Brown 4 rounds. Cactus Brown vs. Battling Sam i rounds. Ben Turpin vs. Jimmy F.eece 4 rounds. A battle royal. Teaiurm-jj iiougn House Olea and a quartet of wild ones. The four round curtain raiser will be announced today. With Rivers and Campbell as a main event and the memory of last Monday's card still fresh the Coli seum should be taxed with fight fans Monday night. Tickets will be placed on sale today at LMdie Doyle's cigar stand at popular prices. DARTMOUTH FAVORS CHANGE IN COACH Failure of Dartmouth to do big things in football the last two sea sons has caused the alumni to shout for nioro action. In football more action usually means a change in coaching. Eastern Dartmouth 'grads' look on Larry I'.ankart with favor. Canned, the present coach, and En gclthorn are mentioned as his as s.stants. It wojUl be an all Dart mouth staft. A fund of 2r..000 to cover the additional expense-has been inaugurated in the East. Dartmouth's overwhelming defeat by Cornell start ed the campaign for bigger things in a football way. The sun regulati 3 the lights in the acetylene beacons that line the Pana ma canal. Each regulator contains a 1 c.ipper cylinder that expands undi-r till.- sun's rays, tlms closing a valve lend shutting oft' the flow of gas to ) the burner. When the sun is oh- denied, or at sunset, ti e cylinder r-ui-i tracts, a spring opens the v;l ud 1 the gas tlows to the burner. n CAMPBELL Eleven TOI 6RAIJT AND PETE SAUER TO Tom Grant end Pete Saner meet for the fourth time this evening in an effort to determine the wrestling supremacy of the local favorites. Sauer holds two decisions over Grant and the first meeting was de clared a draw after the grapplers worked over two hours. Grant says Sauer changed his. style since the tirst meeting of the pair, but he has solved the offense of the local grap pler and expects to throw him this evening. Pete expects to leave on a wrest ling canTpaign shortly after tonight's match. He has wrestled every oppo nent brought to Phoenix and has been returned a winner in all but two bouts. He declares he is In perfect condition and promises tov demon strate his supremacy over Grant in ouii k order tonight. Grant finished training yesterday afternoon and will rest until tonight. He worked off 10 pounds during the last week, rounding into good condi tion. He says he feels much better after losing weight and he is confi dent he can throw Sauer. From I'hoenix Grant goes to Den ver for a wrestling bout and wiil then return to Spokane, where he meets Clarence Ecklund for the title. Tonight's bout will be staged In the Capital City dance pavilion. The dance hall will be comfortably heat ed and accommod.tions will be pro vided for a limited number. The ad mission charge has been reduced to $1.10 and J2.20. Good preliminary bouts will precede the main event. W. And J. College Meets California At Pasadena Jan, 1 PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 1. Invitations were telegraphed to night to the Washington and Jef ferson college and the University of California football teams to meet here January 2 in the an nual East vs. West gridiron clas sic, it. was officially announced by W. F. Creller. chairman of the athletic committee of the Tour nament of Roses. It was believed the extending of the invitations meant their acceptance as the Tournament Roses officials have made it a practice to learn the attitude of the institutions involved before issuing formal invitations, o TENDLER-FRIEDMAN. DEC. 15 NEW YUKK. Dec. 1 Lew Tendler. the Philadelphia lightweight, will meet Sailor Friedman of Chicago in a Jo-round bout at Madison Square Garden the night of Dec. 16, it was reported today. CHRISTMAS MORNING BICYCLES for the boy and girl! "A bicycle combines 'most all tlic best fea tures of all other Christ mas presents put to gether!" . You can't find anything for your children that v ill make tht in as happy or that wiil do their growing bouies more good. Let us sho-.v- you our Christmas mode'..-. ICING BROS. "THE BICYCLE KINGS'" 110 EAST ADAMS ST. MEET IF! FOURTH ITCH TOHIGHT imam USE RUNNING LOST ART -IN BIG LEAGUES What was the matter with base running in 1321? Has the science of getting the jump oif U e pitcher, thereby en abling the runner to beat the throw of the catcher become a lost art? A glance at the major league rec ords of lawt season reveals the fact that there was a mighty little base running. P ayers who three or four years back stole as many as thirty bases, didn't le.'.ih the double fig ures last summer. While the records make it seem that the ball players are slowing up such is not the case. The falling off in base running has simply been due to the conditions that now exist and tht stylo game that is being used. Last season the stolen base idea was practically shelved. Because of the lively ball it was figured the hit and run was a much better game to play. One run didn't mean much in 1921. The steil and the sacrifice is the one run idea of baseball. The hit and run gets them in clusters if successful. That is the big reason for the falling oft in base running records. The lively ball and the great de sire to emulate the deeds of Babe Ruth, .who became the idol of the world because of h.'s ability to hit home runs is the other explanation. Those who scout the idea of the live ly ball need only to go back 10 years in tne records. That season 1911 Frank Baker led the American league In home runs with nine. He was called "Home Run Faker.' This sea son Babe Ruth led the American league with 69. Ty Cobb led the American league in stolen bases w:th 83 in 1911. Seven other players stole more than 40 bases and six players more than 30. The lively ball and the hit and run. not lack of speed on the part of the players, tell the story of the de cline in base running. B. E. o Referee Declares Wills-Tkompson Box Fight 'Wo Contese' DENVER. Dec. 1. Jack Thompson ana iarry ills negro heavyweights, fought five rounds of scheduled 12 rourvd boxing match here last nlrht when the referee stopped the fight without rendering a decision. Thomp- claimed a foul and fell to the floor. unai to continue. Sports writers said Wilis struck Thompson in th groin. Wills had the better of the fighting up to that time. Jack Shirley won a six round dec! slon over Hainie Zimmerman. KIJ Pell got a four round decision over Battling Cordona. Harry Mille knocked out Jack Martinez in th second round of their four round fight. Cecil Engle knocked out Paul Ahe in the second round of thei four-round match. Joe Wod Flvn refused to go on with Bennle Garcia In their six round match, claimin. Garcia was too heavy. CANCELS BOUT ' WITH TREMAINE CHICAGO. Nov. 30. Pal Moore, bantamw jfcjTht boxer, today called off his matchvith Carl Tremaine. sched Died for Memphis. Tenn., on Dec. S. I he bout was called off. Moore an nounccd. because of his ehamplonshi natch with Johnny Buff at Milwau K ee. Dec. 1 7. $1.50 to R.0 an 1 108 Square Feet 14 Kinds to Select From 1 GREEN SLATE 2 RED SLATE 3 ASBESTOS COATED 4 RUEEROID 5 MALTHOID 6 PABCO WHITE TOP 7 PIONEER WHITE TOP 8 RED CROUOLITE 9 GRANITO 10 VULCANITE ORNAMENTAL 11 VULCANITE PLAIN 12 VULCANITE HEXAGON SLAB . SHINGLER 13 VULCANITE SELF SPACING SHINGLER 14 JUNIOR MALTHOID Building Paper TARED URBAN FELT TARED BUILDING PAPER SHEATHING FELT THREADED FELT DEADENING FELT H. H. Phone 3002 HIX I TE SDK ILL PLAY The Lincoln Giants 'of TCew Torll city, the champion colored baseball team of the east, will play in Phoe nix this month. Manager Haldi man of the Phoenix White Spx re ceived a telegram yesterday from Manager Carroll of the Giants ac cepting the White Sox offer. The Giants will play three games here December 23, 24 and 23. The valley managers will get together in a few days and arrange for the three games and decide who will play the opening game. The Sox will play the Christmas game ana will take the other two dates unless other valley teams contract for games. The Lincoln Giants are booked to play the Los Angeles Giants the lat ter part of the month for the world's championship. The Lincoln Giants of New York and the Chicago Giants have long been rated the class of colored baseball. Both teams are made up of stars, some of whom class with major Uague players. In the three games to be played in Phoenix local fans will be treated to some real baseball with the best talent in the vallpy pitted against the colored boys. Every effort will te made to line a strong club against the Giants and Haldiman has high hopes of taking at least two games from the eastern invaders. The White Sox were due to rest Sunday, but decided to play with Glendale in order to keep in condi tion for the big holiday attraction. The Greys Invited the Sox to do bat tle on the ball lot on a winner-take-all basis and Haldiman is going to exercise his boys with 3. long hike back home or a celebration liU Glendale silver. o The Terrible Turk Arrives In City To Wrestle Jim Londos The Terrible Turk, a wrestler of national fame, is the latest addition to Phoenix sport circles. The Ter rible one says he was attracted here by the challenge of Young J-m Lon dos and he is trying to arrange a bout for an early date. He will try to make the match today and return this evening to El Paso where he has a mat engagement. The Turk says he has never been thrown and he has wrestled some of the best mkldleweights in the game. He weighs around 135 pounds and Is built from, the ground up. He says he will wrestle any man in the world at his weight and will post a forfeit to guarantee his appearance. MATTY MATSUDA WINS EL PASO. Texas. Dec. 1. Matty Matsnda, Japanese welterweight wrestler, defeated null Smith, of Minneapolis, taking the first and third falls of their match here last night. . smith had difficulty making the 145 pound limit and was allowed an extra half hour to sweat down to weight. .oonnff LINCOLN GIANTS CHRISTMAS DAY $7.50 a Roll of O m c; Do 0 O . - o o a J -D o - x fS S 5 '' v p S a- o ji o p ah $ o iri TO 600 East Washington St.