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New York Scribe Cites Old School
Minglers to Carry Out
His Pet Theory
According to Bob Kd*ren. the New
York Bpoitinu soribp, you enn always
tell a real llfclitor by the way lie taken
punlslujmnt. If ho dogs it holl never
reach thn top, but no matter how game
he might be no boxer in the business
inn lie a champion unless ho is physi
cally able to wtiind the gaff. ISdgron's
latest citation of this is Young Otto.
When the elUrt nlnV Kid met Lew
Powell the other night he all but put
the California bo/ out in the early
rounds, but Powell came right back
for more and made, the Gothamite dog
it through shfor norve.
"Sty, that Otto ought to be ft cham
pion/ s;iys Kclgren. "He's got every
thing but a heart. Oh, yes, he took a
tierce bontliiK this time and didn't lie
down, 1 know, but he didn't show the
one thing that makes a real fighter at
that. He can box and lilt like a cham
pion. Clean punch—beautiful! But all
through the fight there was something
lacking. He hurt Powell and could
have knocked him out. But when
Pow«U put his head down and came
right back for more—like a real fighter
—Otto's heart began to thump and he
was willing to stall and let Powell re
cover. He lost his confidence.
"Fighters are born that way or they
don't get there. We have a small
bunch of real live ones around here —
Just a small bunch. Tommy Murphy
Is a real fighter—game as they make
'em, and doesn't know how to quit
When he's hurt. And that Knockout
Brown's a regular fighter. But some
how when I go to fights now I can't
help thinking It's not like the old
days. Look at the lightweights that
used to bo on the map at the same
time. There were Gans and Hawkins,
anil Krne and I»avigne, and McFadden
nnd McPartlancl and Daly, and about
twenty more, all about In the same
class. What would that bunch do to
day? And the big fellows. They were
fighters then, all right! Remember
how Tom Sharkey used to use his Jaw
t.. liloek with? He'd rush In and keep
coming, no matter how hard he was
hit. He liked it. They punched him
on the jaw without any effect until
Fitzsimmons solved the puzzle by
tOiootlng a left Into his stomach, and
Tom was knocked out at last.
"Jeffries used to walk in and let
them pound him to a. pulp until he had
a >hance to send over the knockout.
Fltz never felt -worried when he was
being beaten up. He'd stand in close
and roll his head to make the punches
■llde off, or he'd look a little more
groggy than he felt, and get the other
fellow to rush Into a knockout wallop.
Elbowi McFadden never backed up.
When they came too fast he'd spear
the other boy's punches on his elbows
»n<l put his hands out of commission.
Frank Erne would mix any old time
with anybody. So -would Lavlgne.
Walcott nearly tore Lavlgne's ear off
with his punches, and had the little
fellow beaten to a frizzle, and Lavigne
just went in for more until Walcott
got discouraged and quit.
"Look at Dal Hawkins. He was a
fighter. Dal had an awful punch.
When he founght Gans it was a toss
up. He'd knock Gans flat and Gans
would flatten him. Hawkins always
got tip and mixed, no matter how
progpiy he was. And to come down a
little later, look at Nelson. There was
n fellow who'd walk into anybody's
punches and take them on the Jaw
\intil the other scrapper got too arm
weary to hit any more. There wasn't
any quit In Nelson. He's a back num
ber now, but he's as game as ever and
he's only been knocked out once."
Seven Events to Be Offered Fri
* day Night to Fans at Naud
Junction Pavilion
Manager McCarey has completed the
card for the initial amateur night
scheduled for the Naud Junction pa
vilion for next Friday evening, as fol
Eddie Cerf vs. Fred Barrett, six
.Jack Ward vb. Berry 1 Hatton, six
Tnny Rose vs. Jack Walsh, six
George Silver vs. Gus Anderson, six
Jack Ifubbs vs. Billy Emrich, four
Ad Corey vs. Victor Barsante, four
Young; So.harad vs. Kid Fowler, four
Many of those boys have shown good
boxing: ability and the fans are sure to
be entertained with the show. Tony
ROM and Jack Walsh are the heaviest
of the hunch, and will meet at about
160 pounds. They have given a good
Indication of what may be expected in
tho tryout at the pavilion, and the bout
should bo one of tha classiest of the
Herryl Hatton and Jark Ward are
evenly matched and have been trying to
Ret together for the past year, this be
ing- the first time they could be properly
The bouts helnp four and six-session
affairs, tho fans will hnve plenty of
miscellany before them during- the
progress of the program, and Manager
MrCarey believes they will be perfectly
satisfied, as special care has been taken
in matching thn youngsters.
PENSACOLA, Fla., Dec. 3.—Syzygy,
the second choic . scored over Autumn
Rose, the favorite, in the fourth race,
the feature t day at Kupfrlan park,
after a torriflc stretch driv .
Tn the third race a stray dog crowed
the track and caused the fall of John
Carroll, fnvorite. Jockey McCloskey
escaped unhurt. The management to
day aanounced that beginning Monday
six races will be run daily during the
remainder of the meet. Summary:
First race, s(x furlongs—Automatic won,
ITardlns: second, Octopus third; time 1:25 1-5.
Second rare, -six furlongs—Lew Hill won,
Hickey second, Lord Wells third; time 1:13 1-5.
Third race, one mile—The Monk won, Horl
con second, Sanfclt third; time 1:47.
Fourth race, six and a half furlongs—Sysygy
WOO, Autumn Rose second, Golden Castle
third; time 1:25 1-5.
milh rai-n, four and a linlf furloni
F-and won, McAndrews second, Inspired third;
time :67.
HAVANA, Dec. 3.—The Philadelphia
American league baseball team was de
feated here today, by the Detroit nine
In the first game of a series to be
played. Score; Detroit 8, Philadel
phia' 2.
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Sloppy Track and Annexes
Feature at Emeryville
OAKLAND, Dec. 3.—Roy Junior,
coupled with Meltondale as the Jones
entry, today won the Crocle>r selling
stakes from a fair field. The race was
run on a sloppy track and with rain
coming down incessantly. The Jones
pair ruled second choice, Black Mate,
because of track conditions, having
the edge, with Servlcence third in de
mand. The mile was negotiated by
the winner, with Glass up, in nice
time. Summary:
First race, futurity course—Kather Staf
ford (Page) won; David Warfleld (Me-
Brlde) second; Bitter Sir (Garner) third.
Time, 1:111-5. Billy Hyer. Genova. Bolle
Kingston, Zlck Abrams, Bucolic and Severus
also ran.
Second rac«, five and a half furlongs—
Thistle Belle (Oarner) won; On Parole
(Thomas) sooond; Daridn (Gilbert) third.
Time. 1:07 a-S. Ocean Vlaw, Lady Oalve»
ton and Bennies Busy also ran.
Third race, seven furlongs—Enfleld (Tay
lor) won; Coppcrtown (Kcderls) second;
Jim Gafney < Plckens) third. Tlmo, 1:27 3 ■:>.
Raleigh, Jack Paine, Bis fitlck. Likely
Dleudonne and Pulletta also ran.
Fourth raoe, mile, Crocker selling stakes-
Roy Junior (Martin) won; Servtcence
(Glass) second; Black Mate (Garner) third.
Time, 1:40 3-5. Noon, Meltondale, Response
ful and Rubla Grande also ran.
Fifth race, mile and twenty yards—Rose-
Tale (E. Martin) won; Sir Edward (Page)
second; Colonel .Tacit (Archibald) third.
Time, 1:43. Smiley Metzner, Zahra. Lotta
Creed, J. C. Clem, Dahlgren and Miss Of
ficious also ran.
Sixth race, futurity coarse—Abe Slup
«key (Thomas) won; David Boland (Gar
ner) second; Glennadeane (Zleglcr) third.
Time, 1:12 2-5. Little Buttercup, Inaugura
tion Burning Bush, Moss Back, Incentive,
Tramotor, Sir Fretful. Voltrome and Nappa
also ran. «
First race, futurity course, selling—Golf
Bull 117- Cool, Pal, Black Sheep, Davie An
drow. Platoon, 114; Warfare. Cantem, Helen
Carroll, Mlnnedocia, Lord Clinton, Camera,
Second race, eleven-sixteenths miln. selling
— Amanjosa, Ben Uncns, Altarec, 112; Eddls
Mott, Bessie C, Albetto. 109; Sir Bon, Acad
elnilt, lied Kla,w, Sokola, Sinceriad, 104; Ed
Besno. 99.
Third race, futurity course, selling—French
Cook, St. Francis, 117: Father Stafford, Zlck
Abrams, Lord Rosrungton, Swaccerlator, Bur
lelgh, Anntt May, Fi. M. Fry, Matador, Grace
Q, 114; Belle Kingston, 110.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap—Jim
Gaffney, 104; Fernando, 108; Oreat Jubilee,
Balronla, 97; Jim Basey, 96; Raleigh, P. D.,
Fifth race, mile and an eighth, selling—
Merlinffo 112; Klgln, Spring Ban. 109; How
ard Pearson, Treasure Seeker, Nettie Traver,
105- Arumen, 104; Tansy, Buena, Jim Caffer
ata, 100.
Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling—Mar
burg, Tony Faust, 112; Chepontuc, Evran,
Baron Esher. Hooray, Captain Burnett, Dar-
Kln. 109: Twilight Queen, 106; Nyanza, 105;
Kogo, 104: Banorella. 102.
Weir Candidate, with 120-Pound
Burden. Wins Quickstep Han
dicap at Moncrief Park
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. Dec. 3.—Fine
weather and the best offerings of the
present meeting in the way of a high
class program served to draw to Mon
crief park this afternoon the largest
attendance since the opening- day.
Barleythorpe, handling his hdavy
impost jf 120 pounds and coupled in
the betting with Helene as the Weir
entry, won the feature event of the
card, the Quickstep handicap, after a
remarkable stretch run. Summary:
First race, fivu and a half furlongs—Shawnee
won, Hudus Sister second, Sylvester third;
time 1:08.
Second race, seven furlnnjrs—Dr. Duenner
won, Detent second, Rash third; time 1:25 3-.".
Third race, handicap, one mile and a slx
taratb ■Roybourni «"". Tom Hay ward second,
Saudrlan third; time l:< 6 3-5.
Fourth race,- Quickstep handicap, five fur
longs—Barleythrope won, Ryo Straw second,
Ella Uryson third; time 1:0094.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs— Kye
Whitn won, Tolson dOr second, Uncle Jim
mi* Gray third; time ::07 2-5.
Sixth race, onn mile ami three-sixteenths—
Ayirii'T won, Aroodsok Moond, Blfall third;
time 2:00 3-D.
It's as easy to secure a bargain In a used
automobile, through want advertising, as It
used to be—and itlll li— to secure a, horn and
Coaches and official* li«> >'!«■
many eleven* as all-Southern Califor
nia teams In the lnterscholasttc ranks
of the American style football game.
The most popular lineup Is as follows:
Captain Herd of (Throop. Ills work
during the past season has easily earned
the position for him. His punting, place
kicking and line plunging has boon of
the claaity order, and . combined with
his head work and ability to handle his
team makes him the logical candidate.
Scott, left tackle of V. 8. C, is prob
ably the best prep lineman In Southern
California, and a better man could not
be selected. » ' . '■ ,'')',* '■'>'■ j;'■'•:
Houston, iV. S. C. left end. Houston's
tackling and handling of the forward
pass stamps him as one of the best ends
ever developed In California.
<irldley, Throop, right end. He has
played a strong game this year and has
earned a position on the all-star team.
Slefert, ' Pomona high school, right
tackle. For the Crown City high school
he has played a very good game this
year, and his weight and strength en
title him to the place.
Wallace, V. S. C, fullback. He Is In a
class by himself at fallback, and Ills de
fensive work aad forward passing easily
places him on the team.
Txmg, Long Reach high school, left
half. Long has played a speedy game
for the beach team this year and his
line plunging has been first class.
Getz, Santa Ana, right half.
Jones, Throop, center. ,
(iartz, Throop, left guard. -„.;•■•
Winner Runs to Best Form and
Comes Fast in Stretch to
Nose Out Victory
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mex., Dec. 3.—
Angelus, running to hi 3 best form, won
the Chapala handicap, seven furlongs,
at Terrazas park today, defeating Jack
Atkin by a head in the last jump.
Jack Atkin made the pace to the
stretch, when Angelus came up fast on
the rail and won. Three favorites
scored. Summary:
First race six furlongs, Belling—He Knows
won, Becchmont socond, Cuban Boy third;
time, 1:24 3-3. Cellaret, Spooner and Iwalani
also ran.
Socond race, six furlongs, selling—Bob
Lynch won, Marian Casey second, Clint
Tucker third: time. 1:14. nick Moss, Flor
enco A and Lucky Mose also ran.
Third rnce, flva and one-half furlongs. Mil*
Ing—Creston won. Hidden Hand second. Tom
McOratb third; time. 1:08. Lady Elizabeth,
Bauman and W. T. Overton also ran.
Fourth race, Chapala handicap, all ages,
seven furlongs—Angtlus won. Jack Atkin sec
ond. Royal Captivo third; tlmt, 1:27. Sterling
also ran.
Fifth race, nil ages, five furlongs—Trance
■n.m John Grirnn II second. Suffragist third;
time, 1:00. Edith Inez, Meddling Hannah
ami Bert Gotty also ran.
(Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth, selling—
Bon Ton won. Hoyle. second. Barney Oldtleld
third: time. 1:47 4-5. Misprlslon and Bonnie
Prince also ran.
Legislators Will Hear Votes-for-
Women Spellbinders
Mrs. Berthold Baruch, head of the
banquet committee of the Political
Equality league, met with her commit
tee and with the heads of other com
mittees arranging for the entertain
ment of the legislators to be guests in
Los Angeles December 18, IB and 17,
and some additional plans for the ban
quet were arranged. .
Invitations will be issued to 500
guests, and the banquet will cost $3 a
plate. It is purposed to include a list
of the speakers in each invitation, and
already much interest is being mani
fested in the banquet and Its arrange
ments. '
Many women of the state are enthus
iastic advocates of woman suffrage,
and both men and women are to be in
cluded among the speakers. The list is
now in the hands of Mrs. Shelly Tol
hurst. Further arrangements will be
made at the meeting next Tuesday,
when the Invitation list will be com
pleted and other details arranged.
SAI.IDA, COLO.—Caught in a xnowallde at
Alpine Fas?, J. A. Habernlcht ami J. J. Don
nelly wore swept down the mountainsldo with
their wagon and team of horses and burled
under twenty-five feet of mow. They dug
their way out and escaped with minor injuries.
Both hone* wei« killed.
Jim Flynn Asks Guarantee, and
McCarey Refuses Unreason
able Call-Nelson Coming
One card was assured and another
practically lost to local fight fans yes
terday when Promoter McCarey closed
a dual with Younsr Kivera and Danny
Webster to meet at Vernon New Year's
afternoon, and then turned around and
refused some exorbitant demands of
Jim Flynn £or a meeting with Montana
Dan Sullivan. The featherweights
were amenable to reason, and a nice
bout is in prospect for southern ring
When it came to Flynn another light
was shed. The fireman, after saying
he would meet Montana Dan Sullivan
If the tatter's manager. Baron Long,
would really come through with a side
bet of $1000, demanded a guarantee
before he would sign articles. This
McCarey flatly refused to do, and for
the best of reasons.
"Why should I give Flynn a guaran
tee?" he asked. "The last time he
fought here he was knocked out, and
you can scarcely call that adding to his
attractiveness. But aside from that, If
Flynn Is the card ho claims to be, why
doesn't he show it by drawing more
money to the box office and thus mak
ing his own guarantee?"
A Sullivan-Flynn bout, despite lack
of knowledge here of the former's qual
ifications as a fighter, would undoubt
edly draw a big house—at least $3500,
McCarey estimates. The very fact that
so capable a business man as Baron
Long is willing to bet on Sullivan has
caused the fans to sit up and take no
tice, and they would turn out in flocks
to see what the former Jeffries club
official was drawing to.
Flynn's demands at this time come
with bad grace. For weeks he has
been asking for a match, and McCarey
made every effort to get him one of
the prominent eastern boxers, such as
Kublak, Ross, Caponi and others. But
now that the promoter has hooked
some one—and one with money to bet
—Flynn asks more than McCarey
thinks is right.
There is a bare possibility that th«
Fireman and Al Kaufman may get to
gether. The big Frisco boy wired down
yesterday asking for a match, but the
most Flynn would stand for was a ten
round affair. McCarey is considering
thi?. and may stage, it despite the fact
that Kaufman is much too heavy for
the Fireman and stopped him In nine
rounds on their last meeting. The
local promoter readily sees where the
bout is not niuc"h of a drawing card,
and is therefore chary of making a
definite announcement.
Battling Nelsnn, former lightweight
champion of the world, is due to arrive
In Los Angeles this afternoon from
San Francisco The once Durablo
Da.no is quoted as wanting a bout here
with some, good boy. and unless he still
persists in big guarantees will doubt
less be accommodated.
Despite his having been decisively
disposed of by Owen Moran, Nelson
would still be a Rood card here. He
has always fought on the level and
maintained unusual popularity with
those who support tho game, and re
gardless of what his opponent amount
ed to, Bat is assured of pulling many
customers to tho ticket window.
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Venice Bunch Leading in Second
Half of Southern California
Association's Tournament
The first two weeks of the second half
of the Southern California Bowling as
sociation tournament has seen a great
many changes in the percentage column
of the various teams, as well as In the
individual averages.
The Venice team is In the lead and
bowling a good game, while the Grand
team, winner of the first half, Is not
showing the same form as before,
Ballard of the Grands still leads In
the individual averages, and Oilman of
Venice is second, with only a few pins
I separating him from tlrst place. Dysln
ger, the third high man, is climbing
right up to the top, and from present
indications will be at the head of the
procession ere long. ■'.'
Lacey of Venice was the star last
week, with a three-game total of 675, an
average of 225 a game and high game
of 257, tying Stermer of the Orpheums
for high game to date. The three-game
total Is a pretty high mark, and In all
probability will stand to the finish of
the tourney. Bowron and his 673 will
have to take second place now. The
figures ar«: • ,
Team. Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Venice 12 » '? '2?
Colt « I « •*"
Morley .. » • 'I •?"
Wild West 9 6 3 .W7
Buckeye « B> T .417
Grands 12 5 7 .417
Orpheum * ? « 'in
Brunswick » 1 » >"»
Name end Team. Game*. Pins. Aye.
Ballard, Grand 45 95,1 130
Oilman, Venice « ■ ■ 9102 J!?
Dyslnger, Grand M 10048 IN
Tompklns. Venice 61 9493 »
Touns. Venice 45 Mil 184
Burn* Wild West « 868j 185
Gayette, Morley 61 9M4 184
Thorkelson. Grand « IJJJ \£
Bowron, Grand 89 -Ml 1«
Mackenzie. Colts 4 ? 8.13 li-
Lawson, Wild West « 8?M 182
Lustlg, Grand « 7wO 18.
Taylor, Grand 45 8186 IS2
Smith, Buckeye 47 8499 m
Runyan, Colts 3 641 isu
Arbogast. Colts I MO ISO
Auten. Wild West 35 6224 l.»
Kramer, Orpheum 12 «36 lj»
Weber, Colt 1 « «|» 1.
Blume, Buckeye 61 MM 171
Frost, Buckeye " 2475 171
Concry, Buckeye 48 8451 1.6
Sr^r:::::::^ BW6 1.6
l».%>iS:::: 21 g }™
Holladay, Colts « 2280 IH
McGregor, Wild West M ON JJ«
Ohlson, Morley M 6299 .175
Hamilton. Morley 42 .317 1.4
Hlgby. Buckeye I ':;?' "«
Lacey, Venice 48 «=« 1.4
Bunn, Wild West 43 WW 1M
Burke, Colt 24 «W5 1.3
Hungerford, Orpheum 36 6.« i«
Meador. Venice «••• » JJ" J™
Simpson, Colts 42 WK J«
Lanz, Buckeye » «10 ITI
Melster, Buckeye 34 g J«
Pearne. Orpheum f "15 l.v
Tupper. Colts •::::::::::::::£ Wj IW
Benter, Grand ...■■..■■ M &«"« f"
Mrs. M. Ashton, 40 years old, of 2251
Stephenson avenue was knocked down
by an automobile driven by C. A.
Jewell of 1303 Maltman avenue at
Seventh street and Broadway last
night -i.nd suffered a fractured left
foot. She had just alighted from a
street car and stepped in front of the
auto. Sho was taken to tho receiving
hospital, where the fracture was re
D Cameron, 52 years old, living at
the Salvation Army hotel, stepped in
front of a taxlcab belonging tr> the
Alexandria Auto and Taxi company
at Fifth street and Towne avenue last
night and Incurred several abrasions
on his face and bruises about the
hips. He was taken to the receiving
SAX DlKGO—Twenty-six hours from San
Francisco harbor to San Diego Is Hie record
established by the armored cruiser fleet which
left the northern city Tliurmiiiy morning at
10.30 and arrived off Coronado at 12:30 Friday
afternoon, for th« annual fall battle practice.
Innovation on Brunswick Alleys
Expected to Prove Enjoyable
for Many Pin Smashers
The Brunswick alleys will start a handicap
doubles tournament tor the Commercial and
Electric leaguers, to start tomorrow and end
next Sunday.
Bowlers will be handicapped according to
their average In their respective leagues, the
high average man being taken as a basis. The
entrance fee will be GO cents per man. Three
games' total pins to count. Entrants will
bowl as ofton as they like and with as many
different partners as they choose.
This is the ilrst tournament of Ilia kind ever
held In Los Angeles, and should meet with
the approval of the amateurs, as It gives
the low averse* man an equal chance with
the experts. The entrance money will be di
vided M per cent to first, 50 to second ami -0
to third.
Some interesting and telling developments
are to bo noted in last week's play of the
Klectrlc Bowling league tournament now (coins
on at the Brunswick alleys. Hans Grass added
to his already long catalogue of laurels the
record Individual average of the tournament,
198, and Incidentally soared up from seventh
to second place In the average colum»
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Yours truly.
The Gatlin institute
1125 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal.
Telephones—Broadway 1377, Home F1022.
San Francisco Branch, 1428 Golden Gate Avenue.
Telephones, Pacific States .West 75, Home 54515. • f*
The •Woodlll-Hul«» team still leads by •
safe margin, with the Western Electric* In
second place. There Is a pretty race on (or
third position, four teams being tied for that
honor. The Electrical Supply aggregation lost
flvo games to the Southern California team
and were set back from third to seventh
placft In the percentage column. The com
plett team and Individual standing are as fol
' Won. Lost. Pet.
Wondlll-HulFe Electric Co SS 2 .97t
Western Electric Co 28 » .743
F.- O. Engstrum Electric Dept... SI 14 .600
Southern California Electric Co. 11 14 .600
Westlnjthouse Electric Co 21 14 .800
Newbery-Bendhelm Electric Co.. 21 14 .800
Electric Supply Co IS 17 .314
I* A. City Dept. of Electricity. IS 17 .614
Holabird-Reynolds Electric C 0... 9 SI .300
(Jans Bros. Electric Co 8 27 .2M
Pacific Ptates Electric Co « 24 .200
I* A. Dunean Electric Co 2 S3 Mi
Naina— Oamei. :'-■ I
Roop ..••••• ...30^ &.'■* iU
Grass 'Si WW 100
Myers »5 8798 1"3
Hedge I "n «» "«6
Runyan 35, fi .34 16J
Arbr)ast 35 6659 1«1
Gysln "' MM »*
Thomas :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 35 if Js*
Rondtor g m J?J
Pott? 25 375S 150
Potter' T 45 6232 149
R.'.mrd 39 «M 149
sprTng::::::::::... so 4353 147
Bprmi 30 4353 145
ora^ 30 4344 m
Graham v:::::::::::::: 10 *<« "*

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